--A number of cases were disposed of by the Mayor
yesterday, a summary of which we subjoin:
Henry Feller, accused of stealing a horse crossing to James M. Gaon
, was exercised and equates, the evidence not jellifying his detention.
Security to keep the place and be of good behavior for a year were required Joyce
, charged with going into Henry Beckman
's saloon, near the Old Market
, while drunk, and threatening to a man who was nothing to nobody at the time, the same course was adopted towards Bernard A. Sells
, charged with disorderly conduct in the streets.
and James Hill
, white, were examined for ing by force and violence, from Jacob.
Holder, a revolver, worth $50, and $25 in Cs Treasury notes.
The "force and violence" was in the shape of an assault perpetrated he the parties on Holder
's showing a disposition to resist their encroachments.
Both of them were committed for a further examination before the Hustings Court.
, of Hawley
's Dregeons, was examined on the charge of stealing a horse from W. S. Kemper
The animal was valued at $100, and the proof shewed that it had been taken from Kemper
's lot by the defendant.
was committed for an appearance before the H Court.
Maris, slave of J. M. Carrington
; Martha, slave of Higginson Hancock
; and Pat
, slave of Nosh Walker
, were arraigned for keeping a disorderly house, and on conviction, were ordered to be licked therefore.
John C Chase
a young and stout white fellow, was brought up, charged with mistaking Thomas Barham
's nag for his own, and using it accordingly.
He was sent on to the Hustings Court.
, slave of Isaac Jacobs
, was arraigned for stealing $3,000 in gold
from her master, and Henry
, slave of Reuben M. West
, was charged with receiving $80 of the stolen funds from Anna
, knowing the same to have been stolen from Jacobs
The evidence left no doubt but that the respective charges were correct, and the defendants were committed for trial before the Hustings Court.
, falling to give $150 security to let Mary Collins
alone, was sent to jail.
Mary alleged that Pot had beaten her without provocation.
, a young white fellow, was arraigned for creating a disturbance, at the house of Elizabeth Hubbard
, on Cary street — It appeared that he had knocked down a man named Tyson
's, because the latter told one of Hubbard
's boarders he was a trifling fellow and a "blast." Papert desired some of the women to be called as witnesses in his behalf, and accordingly Elizabeth Hubbard
, Ross Kubler
, Mary Davis
, Ellen Blankinship
and Mary Smith
were brought into Court.
Their testimony induced the Mayer to declare that they should be held to bail for keeping and frequenting a disorderly ace but he afterwards let them off on promise of amendment.
, in reply to inquiries by the Mayor
, said he came from Washington, D. C.
, and since his arrival here some months ago had done nothing for a support.
He was required to give $500 to keep the peace, and falling was committed as a person of evil name, fame, etc., without visible means of support.