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the 18th. The parties giving bail for their appearance. Elizabeth Ammons, charged with being engaged with others in a riot on Main and Cary streets, was examined and sent on to be tried before Judge Meredith, for misdemeanor. She was bailed. Henry F. Hungerford was examined for keeping a faro bank. A witness testified to the fact, and defendant was sent on to await indictment for the offence, and admitted to bail in the sum of $1,000 for his appearance. Edward L. Israel and C. H. Wilson, who were concerned as dealers for Hungerford, was also sent on. They gave bail. Several other men, arrested in Hungerford's house, proving to be visitors, were on examination discharged from custody. John Fergusson was examined for keeping a faro bank in Streat's old stand, next to the Ballard House, Franklin street, and David B. Cox for dealing his game. No evidence was adduced to show that either of the parties in question had anything to do with the house, and they were let off