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been carried home. The eggs and butter, which had not been delivered, were ordered to be sold for the benefit of the city. Simpson said he was not aware that he was violating any law in doing what he did. Daniel White was fined for permitting water to escape from the hydrant on his lot. Hunter Taliaferro was fined $10 for riding his horse on 2d street at a faster rate than six miles per hour. Margaret Dooley was required to give security to keep the peace, on complaint of Mary Roach, who charged her with assaulting and putting her person in danger. Hustings Court, October 16th --Present: Senior Alderman Sanxay; James Bray, C. B. Anderson, N. C. Lipscomb, and John F. Regnault, Aldermen. John H. King was set to the bar for examination on the charge of having stolen a negro boy, belonging to Algernon S. Bradley, of Richmond. King, who formerly was a resident of Caroline county, Virginia, met the boy there several weeks ago, and inferring whether correctly or n
Mayor's court, Saturday. --Mary Roach, charged with using abusive and threatening language towards Daniel Steward, was required to give security in the sum of two hundred dollars for her good behavior. Thaddeus, slave of William S. Morris, charged with stealing one table cover and a piano cover, valued, hundred and fifty dollars, and two sets of castors, valued at four hundred dollars, was committed for his appearance on Monday. The charge of dealing with a slave without the permission of her owner, preferred against Ellen, slave of Mrs. Washington, was continued till Tuesday.
Mayor's Court. --Recorder Caskie officiated in this court yesterday. The following cases were disposed of: Frank Austin, charged with being drunk and using profane and vulgar language in the street — sent to the provost-marshal. Ann V. Jones, receiving a piece of bacon supposed to have been stolen — discharged. Cary Wormley, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, the property of J. M. Traylor — proved his innocence, but recognized as a witness against another party, who was sent on to the Hustings Court. Lewis Lawson, charged with assaulting and beating Sarah Schwartz — charge withdrawn by the payment of costs. Daniel Stewart, charged with unlawfully breaking the lock and entering the house of Mary Roach in the daytime — accusation unsustained and Stewart discharged. L. H. Luck, obstructing the sidewalk in Main street in conducting an auction sale — fined ten dollars.