l the business had been settled up. He also informed him that he would be perfectly justified in selling as much of the furniture as he thought was due him from the concern, and it was on account of this advice that G. sold to Mr. Wigand the furniture which he is charged with stealing.
The case was further continued till Monday, in order that the Mayor can ascertain to what extent the law mitigates an offence committed by a man under advice from his counsel, and the parties were thereupon admitted to bail for their appearance in the sum of $5,000.
James Dunn, a youth, charged with stealing lumber from the Confederate States, was committed to jail for want of security to be of better behavior.
Alfred Moss was remanded for a future hearing on the charge of stealing thread from the C. S. Clothing Bureau.
Sarah Anderson, a true negro, charged with having in her possession one gold bracelet supposed to have been stolen, was, for want of evidence to convict her, discharged.