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Horace Ovan (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
James R. Shumaker (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
Charles Fitzpatrick (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
Ann Harris (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
Mary E. Trainaki (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
Robert Ashley (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
W. F. Corkery (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.
E. D. Eache (search for this): article 10
Mayor's Court. --Some half dozen cases were before the Mayor yesterday, none of which were disposed of. The following is a list: Catherine, slave of E. D. Eache, travelling about the streets with a lorged pass; Horace Ovan, a small white boy, charged with stealing $45 in C. S. notes from Mary E. Trainaki; Charles Fitzpatrick and Elenora Stack, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for erecting an awning in front of their places of business, said awnings supported by driving joists in the sidewalk; James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a horse from some person unknown, valued at $2,500; Robert Ashley, a free negro boy, who is before His Honor on an average of once a week, charged with throwing rocks at, and assaulting, Ann Harris; and W. F. Corkery, charged with selling liquor to be drunk in his bar, in the Spotswood Hotel.