Mayor's Court, yesterday.
--James H. Mitter
, charged with being drunk, disorderly, and disturbing the people in his neighborhood by crying ‘"murder!"’ was held to bail for his good behavior.
Margaret, slave of Mrs. Macon
, charged with theft, was discharged, there being no evidence of her guilt.
W. H. H. Mason
, a deserter from Company ‘"A,"’ Eighteenth Regiment Virginia Volunteers, was committed, to await the orders of Captain Atkinson
was fined $10 for having his house, where ardent spirits are usually sold, open on Sunday last.
Robert P. Cosby
, free negro, was fined $20 for running a hack without license.
, charged with petty larceny in stealing a bacon ham of the value of $3.50 from Charles Bates
, was committed to jail for trail in the Hustings Courts
, before which the witness was recognized to appear in November next.
was fined $5 for unlawful huckstering.
The cases of Fanny Robinson
and Timothy Harris
came up again, according to the continuance of the preceding day. Tim
was required to give surety in $150 for his good behavior for twelve months. Fanny
was discharged, it appearing that Tim
stood in no fear of being hurt by her.
, for assaulting and beating Moro B. Mann
, was required to give bail for his appearance before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in November next to answer the said charge, and for his good behavior in the meantime.
was recognized to attend at the same time and place as a witness.