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st day of the August term. Geo. Wallhous, charged with fighting and drunkenness in the street; $100 security required, and committed in default. Sarah Britt alias Phillips, thirty days in jail, for being drunk and disorderly, and using one of the city gutters as a bed. Dominic Francisco, fined $10 for keeping his bar-room open after ten o'clock at night on the night of the 8th day of July, 1861. Patrick McLaughlin, fined $5 for permitting an unlawful assembly of eight negroes to be and remain in his house at one time, on the 6th day of July, 1861. The same party was fined $5 for keeping a cook-shop, without license, on the 6th of July. Henry Howe, charged with being a suspicious person, and with stealing money; case continued until the 10th of July. Richard Tines was ordered ten lashes for failing to carry a certificate of his freedom. Duggett & Eubank, fined $10 for keeping their bar-room open after ten o'clock at night on the 8th of July, 1861.
More Kentuckians for the South. Louisville July 10 --The Rev. G. B. Overton, the pastor of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, South, left here a few days ago with volunteers for the Confederate army.--He preached to his congregation on Sunday last. Volunteers for the Confederate army are leaving in squads, and average probably one hundred per day. If the South be whipped, Kentucky's best families will wear black.
Travel via Louisville. Louisville, Ky., July 10. --The travel between the North and the South is but little interrupted. Passengers from Nashville via the Edgefield Road, meet with but little delay. Hence South the detention is six hours. The trains from the South hitherwards arrive two hours behind time. The Memphis trains both ways connect closely.
The New York press in a Fog. New York July 10 --In consequence of Gen. Scott's interdiction about telegraphic dispatches, the morning papers are almost entirely bare of special telegraphic reports.