g cases were disposed of:
Patrick Stack and George Rawlings, belonging to the C S Navy, were led to the bar upon an indictment of febosy, in having garroted and robbed David Garey, also a sailor, of five hundred dollars in C S Treasury notes.
After an examination of witnesses and argument of counsel, the case was given to the jury, who, after a short retirement, returned into Court with a verdict of acquittal.
Richard L Saunders, indicted for stealing brass locks from the vaults of Hollywood Cemetery, postponed from the last term, was tried in two cases, to one of which he plead "guilty, " and to the other "not guilty." The jury found him guilty in both cases, and assessed his punishment at two years in the penitentiary.
He was immediately put into a vehicle and conveyed to that institution.
John Cunningham, charged with picking the pocket of Mrs. Mary Ann Munson of a pocket book containing ninety dollars and six postage stamps, was then put upon trial and acquitted.