onsandine, arrested as a witness in the case against Cyrus, slave of M. Crenshaw and M. Ottenheimer, charged with stealing R. G. Morriss's cow, was allowed to give security for his appearance when the case should be next called.
Anna Thompson proprietress of the house corner of Cary and 12th streets, having been arrested Wednesday night by the police for keeping a house of ill fame, was arraigned, together with Bridget McCarthy, Josephine Hester, Belle Morris, Jennie Richardson, and Clara Phillips, her boarders, to answer said charge.
The police detailed the circumstances connected with their visit and the arrest of the inmates.
Officer Seal said he had let off one man, (a Captain in the army,) who he found there with visible means of support, some evidences of which the man had in his pocket.
The same officer encountered in the passage of the house a man named Robert J. Broone, who, in answer to his inquiries said he was a blockade runner.
The officer learned on minute inquir