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Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by another party on Wm. Rowe, was allowed to give bail in $1,000 to appear when wanted for
Breaking the peace. --Robert Thompson, wearing a blue uniform overcoat, was arraigned at the Mayor's Court yesterday on the charge of being drunk and making an assault upon negroes. Mr. R. H. Barnes testified that the accused came to his store on the previous day very drunk, and he prevailed upon him to go out. Some negroes were standing upon the curbstone, and Thompson made an assault upon them, and afterwards threatened to whip Mr. Barnes himself. Called an officer and had him arresteone, and Thompson made an assault upon them, and afterwards threatened to whip Mr. Barnes himself. Called an officer and had him arrested, and he resisted stoutly. The Mayor required security for his good behavior, and also fined him ten dollars, under an ordinance of the city for resisting an officer. He declared that he had no recollection of the occurrence, having been under the influence of liquor at the time, which is quite probable; but the Mayor declined to receive that as an excuse.
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