--The list of delinquents, as usual on Monday, was quite formidable, and we append only the most prominent cases, omitting a number of tipsy warriors and straggling negroes.
— disorderly, turbulent, and drawing a sword upon people in the streets, gave security for his appearance to-day.
Charles E. Miller
— threatening to knock Mrs. Clara Mayer
's head off; security to keep the peace.
Timothy and John McMahon
— assaulting Michael Marshall
and resisting an officer; security to keep the peace.
— receiving a silver watch
, knowing it to have been stolen; continued to Wednesday.
, small boy, put his head up over the bar of justice, and the inquiry — what has Lewis
done?--elicited a straightforward story from his youthful lips.
He was charged with, but not convicted of, stealing a watch, and was released, of course.
Matthew, slave of Samuel M. Bailey
, was ordered 39 for assaulting Dr. McCormick
, charged with the larceny of ten bars of lead from the Government
laboratory, gave bail for his appearance on Wednesday.
, slave of Mrs. B. Peyton
, and Ephraim
, slave of Mrs. Harriet Hellum
, were arraigned on a charge of stealing a trunk containing valuable articles to the amount of $100, from Dr. Peter H. Anderson
, but the case was continued to Wednesday.
was fined $15 for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock at night.