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Mayor's Court, Monday, March 2. --James Folks and James Williams, fighting in the street, were required to give security for their good behavior. Thomas Dillashaw, charged with stealing an overcoat from George W. Davis, was committed for further examination. Henry Cary was required to give security for breaking off the door knob of Dr. E. Powell's office. Richard Morris, charged with stealing one Breastpin one overcoat, one black cap, one white hat, two pairs of shoes, and one plate, the whole valued at $945 was sent on for further examination. Robert W. Ashley, charged with being very disorderly in the street, was required to give security for his good behavior. Rufus F. Anderson, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the Theatre, was fined a dollar. Moses, slave of J. R. Anderson, was ordered five lashes for smoking a cigar in the street. Mackenzie, slave of Geo. Hutton, and Harrison, slave of Dr. Mingo, were whipped for going wit
Cage cases. --The city police made a number of arrests yesterday, an enumeration of which we subjoin: Margaret Williams, arrested by officer Bibb, says she is free, no papers, from Norfolk, put in for abusing Mrs. Caphert's children in the street; Martha J. Scott, a colored individual, circumstanced like Williams, and charged with the same offence, was put in with her; James F. Shelley, a white man, was put in the cage by officer Morris for cheating and defrauding James McNulty out of $100 by selling him a watch pretending it was gold when, in point of fact, it was anything else. Capt. John C. Bentley was put in for getting drunk and abusing and assaulting John P. Ballard in his own house; James M. Lilly was caged for getting drunk and stealing a knife and fork belonging to the proprietor of the American Hotel.