--On Saturday night and Sunday last the following parties were arrested and locked up in the upper and lower stationhouses for safekeeping:
Albert, slave of the Confederate States
, was taken in custody for going about the streets with a loaded rifle in his possession, the property of the Confederate States
The police arrested, on Saturday night, a negro man named Burwell
, belonging to Richard Adams
, who was without a pass and had been guilty of breaking in the glass door of E. D Echo
's office, on 14th street. The case will be before the Mayor
this morning for examination.
A negro man, named Henry
, slave of William Lewis
, was taken in custody yesterday, near Port Mayo, by some soldiers, who charged him with stealing one cow, valued at $200, the property of Mrs. Dougherty
A slave, named Joseph, the property of Wm. Hardgrove
, was arrested as a participant in the same offence.
They were locked up in the lower station house.
, the property of Robert Oliver
, was arrested yesterday by officer Kelly
, on the charge of stealing twelve salt fish valued at $8, the property of Michael Wall.
A negro man belonging to Mrs. Angelina Lawson
, was arrested by officer Moore
, upon the charge of feloniously and burglariously breaking into the store of Mr. William
A Wright, and stealing a large quantity of sugar, valued at $4,000.
yesterday took into custody Jane, slave of Wm. Wyatt
, charged with stealing one gold chain, one apron, and one pair of earrings, valued at $50, the property of Mary Wolff
, a white man, was yesterday arrested by officers Perrin
for committing a violent assault upon, and attempting to shoot, Perrin
while in the discharge of his official duty.
A white man named Philip Bolding
, while in a state of inebriation and interfering with persons in the street, was arrested by officer Baptist
and put in the lock-up.
committed to the lock up on Sunday a white woman, named Lucy Grogan
, on the charge of threatening violence towards Mary Broderick
, chief of the city police, took in custody on Saturday night a negro fellow belonging to Christopher Bowers
, detected in stealing one lot of knives, one lot of spoons, three dresses, and a tin can of flour, valued at $200, the property of his owner.
All of these parties will be before the Mayor