--A number of cases were disposed of by the Mayor
on Saturday, none, however, of special moment.
The warrant issued against Henry Wilty
, for assaulting Henry Bembrugen
, was dismissed.
Mary F. Lilly
was ordered 15 lashes for assaulting Julius Schloss
, slave of M. L. Stratton
, was punished for stealing clothing from Mrs. Foy
Case against Chas. Langley
for using insulting language to A. Henry
and throwing water on his wife, and of A. Henry
for putting his stove-pipe in a condition to annoy his neighbors, was continued until 1st of June. Lewis Turner
was fined $15 for taking possession of P. S. Derbyshire
's back while drunk, and breaking the glass of the same.--Thomas Groghan
having been complained of by his wife for a beating administered, failed to respond according to the conditions of his recognizance, and it was declared forfeited.
, a Pennsylvania free negro, was put in the chain-gang, failing to give security to be of good behavior.
The same disposition was made of Edward Walsh
, charged with assaulting George Jordan
, a free negro, from Washington, D. C.
, was committed to jail.
John H. Hendren
was required to give $150 security to keep the peace for interfering with citizens in the street while drunk.
William Call was fined $1 for being drunk, and required to give $150 to keep the peace for resisting the officers.