onvicted and sentenced to transportation beyond the limits of the Confederate States.
Joe's value was assessed at $3,000. In this case, as in one of a similar character decided yesterday, some of the Magistrates favored hanging.
Alfred Moss was examined on the charge of stealing eight pounds of thread, valued at $16, from the C. S. Clothing Bureau; but owing to the insignificance of the amount involved the case was referred back to the Mayor for settlement.
The Court then went into the examination of Thaddeus A. R. Hopkins and Augustus Shepperson, charged with breaking into the store of Henry M. Jones and stealing a large lot of coffee, sugar, gun caps, &c. After a hearing of the evidence and argument of counsel Shepperson was discharged, but Hopkins was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons.
Lelan Carter, charged with stealing a silver case, containing military trimmings, from David M. Hughes, was discharged.
The Court then adjourned till 11 o'clock this morning.