kets (underguard) for the purpose of procuring such articles as the Yankee prisoners might stand in need of. On an excursion of the kind he had availed himself of a suitable opportunity and absented himself.
The Mayor sent him to jail.
The negro, as we learn, really belongs to a gentleman living in Washington, D. C., from whom he ran off and joined the Yankees.--Wm. W. Wolf, arrested as a suspicious person, was examined and discharged.--Case of Wm. Schafer, for "beating" Jacob Rich, was continued until to-day.--Daniel, slave of Cosby & Anderson, was ordered punishment, for purloining tobacco from his owners.--Edmonia Newton, free, was corrected for going about without a certificate of her freedom.--James Cullen was required to give $100 security for assaulting James Malone.--W. F. Parrish, charged with disorderly conduct in the street, was let off.--A number of cases against parties who had committed offences against the olfactories of the public were continued for further hearing.