o Sandy, but Sandy denies knowing anything about it. The case was continued until the 16th instant.
The charge against Ann James and Prisons Pleasants, free negroes, of feloniously having and receiving one horse, knowing it to have been stolen, was continued till Tuesday.
Philip Whitlock, charged with buying watermelons in the market from E. T. Blackburn with the intention of re-selling them at an advanced price, was made to pay a fine of twenty dollars and suffer-the confiscation of the melons.
Officer Culch Crone, who reported the case, was directed to dispose of the confiscated property and turn the proceeds over to the city auditor.
W. C. Holman was required to pay a fine of ten dollars for permitting his slave, Billy, to go at large.
Catherine, slave of Polly Griffin, arrested as a runaway, was ordered to be returned to her owner.
A continuance was made in the case of John Lewis, free negro, arrested without proper papers, and supposed to be a runaway.