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dispose of them in the briefest possible way: Joseph Ricely, charged with abusing and threatening Caroline Lohman, was committed in default of security to keep the peace. Wm. B. McCormack, arrested as a suspicious person, being unprepared to leave the city, was sent back to jail. Terrance Mullin, Cornelius Donahoe, and Joseph Lipinski, charged with stealing distillery fixtures from A. J. Byrne, were sent before Justice Nettles, the alleged offence having been committed in Henrico county, beyond the Mayor's jurisdiction. Sam, slave of Harriet Courtney, was punished with stripes for stealing a lot of lead from H. M. Smith. Thomas Dobson, a white boy, charged with stealing $8 and a gold locket from Chas. Miller, was committed to jail. Michael Leavi, charged with assaulting Alice White, failed to make his appearance when called. Delia Williams, arrested for arraying herself in man's apparel and making herself extremely ridiculous, was discharged with an
Death of an old citizen. --We regret to announce the death of Daniel Trueheart, sen., Esq., an old and well-known citizen of Richmond. He was a native of Henrico county.
The stolen copper. --Terrence Mullin, Cornelius Donahoe, and Joseph Lipinski, were yesterday arraigned before Justice Nettles, of Henrico county, on a charge of stealing a lot of copper fixtures from A. J. Byrne's distillery, near Voegler's spring. After an investigation of the circumstances, Mullin and Donahoe were discharged from custody, but recognized to appear as witnesses against Lipinski, who was committed for further examination.