e mother of eleven children, but this and one other were all that were living.
She hoped this offence would be forgiven.
The Mayor said the offence had been fully proven, and he would be compelled to send the prisoner on to the February term of the Hustings Court.
He was bailed in the sum of one hundred dollars for his appearance.
George Mack, having been brought up from jail, was arraigned on the charge of burglariously entering the store of John F. Regnault & Co.
Captain James B. Pleasants stated that he was employed by Messrs. Regnault & Co. as a private watchman.
On the morning of the 4th of December, between 1 and 2 o'clock, he saw a man standing in the alley in the rear of the store, and asked him what he was doing there.
He said he was stopping at the "Kirk wood," and was there watching the stores.
Told him to leave, and after some words he did so. Saw a light in the store and heard a scramble.
Another man came down the area, and witness ordered him to stop,