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imself in a riotous manner.] Isaac A. Goddin was summoned to answer the charge of purchasing a washbowl and pitcher which had been stolen from Andrew J. Berry. Mr. Goddin is the keeper of a general variety store on Main street, and has been in the habit of purchasing second hand crockery ware, &c, to sell again. When the case was called the accused failed to appear, and it was adjourned over till this morning. Bail was required for his appearance. Four little white boys, named John Edwards, Joseph Edwards, Henry Kreagle and Philip Taylor, charged with trespassing on the premises of James C. Ellett, were committed to the poor house. Elizabeth, slave of John a farmer near Chaffin's Bluff, who was arrested by watchman E. H. Hicks on Tuesday night as a runaway, was committed till such time as her owner can be heard from. She informed the Mayor yesterday that when the Yankees commenced their fighting at Chaffin's, a few days since, the shells came so near where she was li