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Police Court. --Yesterday, John Pero and S. Heller, charged with huckstering, were convicted, and the produce purchased by them ordered to be confiscated to the use of the city.--The case, against certain free negroes, named Laura, Jane and Ellen Robinson, for obscene conduct, was continued.--The case of Charles Oak, charged with relieving Ann Disney of $75, was also continued for want of witnesses.--The police officers having been incited to double their diligence to prevent the accumulation of nuisances, the effect was observable in the presence of a large number of citizens summoned for violating the Health Ordinance. None of the cases were determined.
en were fined — the first $10 and the latter $20--for huckstering in the markets. The articles bought by the parties in each case were ordered to be confiscated. --Charles Oak, imprisoned for three weeks past on the charge of stealing $75 from Ann Disney, underwent an examination, and the testimony pointing to him as the abductor of Disney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--MDisney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--Mary Johnson, a free negress, was charged by Caleb Couner with stealing a lot of wearing apparel owned by him. He also charged her with poisoning milk sold by her to customers. The Recorder deemed the first charge sustained, and ordered 39 lashes to be bestowed on Mary Johnson. The second charge was dismissed as irrelevant — Rebecca Chandler, a young female, was arraigned for lying down drunk on the sidewalk of Main street on Thursday, occasionally vexing the drowsy ear of night with creationis
Hustings Court, yesterday. --Recorder Caskie presiding. Charles Oak, charged with the larceny of $75 from Mrs. Ann Disney, was examined and sent before Judge Lyons for final trial. The same judgment was given in the case of Antonio Solice, charged with stealing $300 worth of bacon from Wm. K. Smith, a resident of Church Hill. Ann Elizabeth Clarke, a colored female, charged with receiving the stolen property, was acquitted.