a Ould, charged with shooting R. H. Meade with intent to kill.
This affair occurred some three months ago, at a drinking saloon kept by the parties on Franklin street, and was caused by jealousy.
Meade was severely wounded, but now seems to have entirely recovered.
Mrs. Ould appeared in Court quite fashionably attired, wearing a jaunty hat, with any quantity of beads, bugles and lace.
Several witnesses were called for the Commonwealth, but the only ones who responded were R. H. Meade, Edwin Tyler and Dr. White.
None of the witnesses for the defence were present.
Mr. Marmaduke Johnson, counsel for Mrs. Ould, stated that they had not had sufficient time to summon their witnesses, whose presence was necessary in order that his client might have a fair hearing.
He therefore asked a continuance of the case.
To this proposition the Mayor assented, and postponed the hearing until Thursday next.
Mrs. Ould was admitted to ball in the sum of $1,000, with William J. Brown and D. D. Farq