--The following parties were before the Mayor
yesterday, and disposed of as indicated below.
, slave of Watt
, and Jim, slave of B. B. Read
, were sent to jail to be tried by the Hustings Court for robbing Parsons Walker
of $25 in clothing and $200 in money.--Jack O'Donnell
, charged with shooting Washington Jenkins
, was let off after an examination.
The shooting, whoever by, was performed at Metropolitan Hall during the late riot at that place.--John Fore, a volunteer, was brought up for lying on the pavement at 17th street, when drunk.
Fore said he had lost his gun and was looking for it, being afraid to rejoin his regiment, now in North Carolina
, until that useful appendage had been secured.
He was .--Geo. Foye
was committed for raising a disturbance at the Ballard House
, while under the influence of liquor.--William Gallagher
and Wm. Conners
, two vicious looking lads, were arraigned for making a violent and unprovoked assault on Dr. Wellford
's negro man, with the supposed design of robbing him. Gallagher
, though young in years, has often been in jail, and but lately eventuated therefrom.
The parties were committed for a further examination.--Thomas L. Angle
was arraigned for stealling a pocket book belonging to Ambrose Barrett
, containing $107.70 in postage stamps.--The robbery occurred at an early hour yesterday morning, at Ford
's eating saloon, corner of Virginia and Cary streets, and was clearly proved.
The party was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court.--Thos. Wilson
, charged with stealing a silver watch
from N. N. Church, was sent on for trial for petty larceny before the Hustings Court.