--The following are some of the cases heard and acted upon by the Recorder
Wm Lucky, a North Carolina
free negro, here without a register.
Alexander Wall, assaulting and beating John W. Carter
on 17th st. Bound over in $100 to be of good behavior.
, George Senders
, and John Tanning, charged by Benjamin S. Robinson
with threatening to do him personal violence, were held to bail to keep the peace in the sum of $100 cash.
, beating Laura Ann Metton
, in the Second Market
, on Saturday last, was held to bail to keep the peace in the sum of $300
Chas Goods, assaulting and beating his stapson.
Balled until to-day.
John W. Sartin
, a man of very bad character, and without the means of support Committed in default of bail to be of good behavior.
, for throwing Ann Riley
out of her door and fracturing her right collar bone, and for keeping a disorderly and ill-governed house, was held to bail to be of good behavior, and to answer an indictment before the Grand Jury
and Q. A. Vaughan
were each fined $20 for keeping open doors on Sunday last, in violation of a city ordinance.
Mary Roots, charged with abusing John W. Fields
, was heard and acquitted.