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ad was arraigned on the charge of stealing, on Thursday last, a horse worth $200, belonging to Capt. Julius H. Gantt--Michael Burns, a returned soldier from Fort Delaware, was implicated in the affair, and was introduced to the Court as Dobson's aider and abetter. The evidence was pretty conclusive against Dobson, who was committed to appear before a called Court on the 27th of October. There being some conflict in the testimony against Burns, his case was continued until this morning. Mrs. Ann Riley, rise Dobson, who did some pretty tall swearing on behalf of her son Tommy, was committed until the 10th of November, to await the action of a grand jury on the charge of perjury. James McCabe, alias Johnson, was arraigned as the companion of Daniel Broderick and others in the murder of Patrick Kelley and William Downes, at a house of ill repute on 17th street, on the 9th of last May. Two females, who have been detained in jail for six months as witnesser, were brought into Court to
Recorder Caskie presided at the Police Court yesterday morning, in the absence of the Mayor, who is making a short country trip for the benefit of his health. Of the large number of cases before him but a single one presented any interest, and that one was not ready for trial. We allude to Louisa Jones, a white woman, charged with throwing Ann Riley out of her house, and breaking her collar bone. The investigation will take place to-day.
behavior. George Todd, 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. John Jiser, 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. Louisa Jones, 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. Gerhard Ross 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.
is alleged, received it through jailor Hall, from her son, who is a prisoner. In order to procure the attendance of important witnesses, the case was continued till this morning, and the accrued admitted to bail for her appearance. Chas Alexander, a red-headed man, with the physiognomy of an Englishmen, was fined $10, and held to security for his good behavior, on the charge of throwing stones at children in the street. Alexander was drunk at the time he committed the offence. Ann Riley was charged with stealing seven pounds of bacon from Mrs Susan Needham. The evidence in this case fully established the guilt of the accused, and the Mayor rent her on for examination; but, subsequently, becoming very much annoyed by the crying of a child which she hold in her arms, he reconsidered his decision and discharged her, with instructions instantly to leave the Court-room. Macklin, the negro man in whose room a large amount of dry goods, stolen from M L Jacobson, were found
Cage Items. --The following arrests were made by the Mayor's police yesterday: Joshua, slave of Capt. Quarterman, charged with stealing a vest from Nicholas Carroll, (whipped by order of Alderman Taylor and dismissed); John Maxwell, white, trespassing upon lesser Hutchinson and breaking off the window blinds to his house; and Thomas Quinn, white, charged with assaulting and beating Ann Riley.
from his house. Maxwell professed entire ignorance of the disorderly conduct alleged against him, and asked his discharge upon the piles of intoxication; but the testimony given by officer Crone, who arrested him, having proved that considerable damage had been done-to Mr. Hutcheson's house, he was committed to jail to await such time as the damages can be assessed and the appearance of Mr. Hutcheson can be procured before the Court. Thomas Quinn, charged with assaulting and beating Ann Riley, was committed, in default of security in the sum of $300 for his future good behavior Mary Riley, charged with using abusive and threatening language towards Lucy A. Heffiey, was required to give security in the sum of $100 for her future good behavior. Charlotte, slave of William Sutton, charged with stealing one pillow case, and a small lot of butter, sugar and flour, belonging to a servant in the employ of George W. Minnis, was again brought up for a hearing. This case has been c