application had been made to the Mayor for permission to have the above ball, and it had been refused, the parties went to Gen. Winder, but met with no better success.
All of the above named parties were ordered ten inches each.
The women part of the crowd were dressed in the most fanciful styles imaginable.
They caused a decided sensation as they walked through the streets bedecked with their tawdry spangles and finery, looking like real belles'd Afrique. Three white men, named John P. Brooks, Seymour Sawyer, and Harvy Huster, were next arraigned on the charge of associating with negroes, having been arrested at the ball while participating in the exercises incident to that festive occasion.
All three were held to ball in the sum of $150 to be of good behavior, and only Huster succeeded in mustering up a friend for the occasion.
District Court.--One prisoner was arraigned before this Court on Saturday for passing a bogus C. S. Treasury note.
His trial will proceed to-day.