Mayor's Court, yesterday.
, charged with being drunk and interfering with and assaulting watchmen Blackburn
and Boze, was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court.
The charge preferred against James H. Madison
and William E. Adams
, soldiers, of exhibiting for sale thirteen chickens supposed to have been stolen, and being suspicious characters generally, was postponed for examination till this morning.
The charge preferred against Mary Curry
, of using abusive and threatening language to Wm. F. Peters
, was dismissed on account of the non appearance of the complainant.
and Henry McGee
were each fined $5 for permitting water to waste from their hydrants, in violation of a city ordinance.
was also fined $5 for permitting a servant in his employ to throw stones in the street.
Tom, slave of James A. Scott
, arrested without a proper pass, and having a pair of pants in his possession supposed to have been stolen, being unable to prove his claim to them, was whipped.
The same punishment was administered upon Aaron, the property of John A. Belvin
, arrested with a lot of tea and sugar in his possession which he could give no good account of. Two slaves, named Ben and Washington
, were ordered to be whipped for being out after hours without a proper pass.
, slave of Joseph Angle, charged with aiding and abetting William, the property of James Lyons
, to escape from his master, was sent on to the Hustings Court for a further hearing.
He was admitted to bail in the sum of $500.