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Mayor's Court, Thursday, April 16th. --James F. Ashley was remanded for indictment for violently assaulting and beating Fleming Gentry in one of the public streets of the city. Billy slave of Sarah Andrews, was ordered 20 lashes for stealing a piece of timber from Daniel Sullivan. The case of Wm. J. Lusk, for riotously breaking into James Knott's store-house, with the supposed intention of stealing, was called up and continued for further examination. Royal Smith was fined $10 for not having his name and No. painted on a hack run on the streets for hire. Bridget McDonough was remanded for indictment for petty larceny for stealing a calico dress and other articles, worth ten dollars, from Charles Taylor. John T B Irwin, Thos Carr, Jas Sexton, and Jno W Williams, arrested as idle and dissolute persons, were brought up for examination, which they underwent, and were discharged by the Mayor from custody. The case of John M Calloway and Wm. Howell, for i
Election of a Bank President. --A general meeting or the stockholders of the Traders' Bank was held at their office, in this city, yesterday. Mr. John B. Davis (formerly of Davis &Hutcheson, Franklin street,) was elected President to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hector Davis, the first President of the institution. The following gentlemen were unanimously elected Directors of the Bank, viz: John A, Helvin, Charles T. Wortham, James T Butler, George W Smith, Robert L. Dickinson, John M. West, Nathaniel M. Lee, and H. Stern.