--The following cases were disposed of yesterday at the City Hall by Alderman Sanxay
, who officiated in the stead of the Mayor
Richard F. Moseley
, charged with shooting at a negro in the street; recognized to appear before the Hustings Court on the first day of the August term.
, charged with fighting and drunkenness in the street; $100 security required, and committed in default.
Sarah Britt alias Phillips
, thirty days in jail, for being drunk and disorderly, and using one of the city gutters as a bed.
, fined $10 for keeping his bar-room open after ten o'clock at night on the night of the 8th day of July, 1861.
, fined $5 for permitting an unlawful assembly of eight negroes to be and remain in his house at one time, on the 6th day of July, 1861. The same party was fined $5 for keeping a cook-shop, without license, on the 6th of July.
, charged with being a suspicious person, and with stealing money; case continued until the 10th of July.
Richard Tines was ordered ten lashes for failing to carry a certificate of his freedom.
Duggett & Eubank
, fined $10 for keeping their bar-room open after ten o'clock at night on the 8th of July, 1861.