jail in default of $500 security for his good behavior.
Johnson was drummer at the Newport Barracks, Ky., but left there in 1861, and joined our army.
For several months past he had been doing nothing.
John Rommell was fined for allowing a nuisance to exist on his lot in Pink Alley, near the 2d market house.
Charles, slave of Adams & Robinson, was brought up for having a bundle of clothes in his possession, supposed to have been stolen.
He proved his honesty by a female named Lue Seymour, who said she had sent him with them to be washed.
Robert McDonald was brought up from Castle Thunder, having been arrested by the guard there for loitering about without ostensible occupation and being a vagrant.
McDonald exhibited British papers, and in reply to a question of His Honor, as to what he did for a living, said, promptly, "nothing." He was informed, if that was the case, he was admirably suited for a company whose organi- zation the Mayor is engaged daily in