Mayor's C Yesterday
--Helming Bolte was arraigned upon the charge of taking carrying away, and selling as his own, a check, the property of Francis Courier, Bolte having got possession of it at the Central
depot, in this city, by fraudulently obtaining Mrs. Courier
's check for the same.
He was remanded to prison and the case will come up hereafter in the Hustings Court.
, a suite to William W. Jones
, charged with being a suspicious character, and with striking one of the watchmen while in the discharge of his duty was ordered thirty lashes.
, a slave to Dr. Davies
, charged with being on the streets at night without a pass, and trespassing upon William Tompkins
, was discharged.
, a free negro, charged with unlawful huckstering in that he did a few days ago first purchase, and then offer for sale at the Old Market
afterwards, a lot of apples, was discharged, it appearing that the apples in question were brought to the city from some place more than fifteen miles distant.
, a free negro, was brought up to answer the charge of assaulting and threatening to kill his wife, Victoria Shelton
ordered him to be whipped, and required him to furnish surety for his good behavior in future.
Robert and his wife both appeared to be of good reputation.
He appealed from the decision of his Honor, which appeal was readily granted, and gave surety that he would appear before the Hustings Court hereafter, and abide the judgment of that tribunal in the matter of his appeal aforesaid.
, a most unfortunate woman according to her own account, who had been lined $30 for retailing ardent spirits without license, appeared in court, and gave surely for her future good behavior, paid the twenty dollars, and was recognized to appear before the Hustings Court to answer the charge of having violated the revenue laws of the Commonwealth
Thirteen soldiers, ‘"all in a row,"’ presented themselves before his Honor in his capacity as a Justice of the Peace, to take the oath usually administered to aliens entering the service of the Confederate States