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The case was continued. Pink Mull and John Harper, were sent on to the Hustings Court for stealing five pairs of ladies' shoes, from the auction store of D. F. Booth, on 10th street, between Main and Cary. It was shown that the prisoners came into Booth's about a week ago on some pretence, when Harper having slipped a parcelBooth's about a week ago on some pretence, when Harper having slipped a parcel of five pairs of shoes under his coat, they both ran off. That evening officer Granger pursuing Harper on another account, the latter threw away the shoes, which were identified as the same that had been stolen from Booth. Jacob Mœbus, shoemaker living near the Second Market, was fined for firing a musket in his back yard. Booth. Jacob Mœbus, shoemaker living near the Second Market, was fined for firing a musket in his back yard. Robert Lumpkin was charged with permitting his driver to charge exorbitantly for the use of his hack. Mr. E. C. Mayo, stated that he had employed the hack to make a trip from the corner of 11th and Marshall streets, to the corner of Second and Main streets, and return; and the driver had charged him $30; the time during which t