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coin, one gold watch, one pair of gold earrings, one gold finger ring, and a large quantity of wearing apparel, was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. The evidence in this case has already been published, and it is, therefore, unnecessary to repeat it. Robert Oden, member of the Fifth South Carolina cavalry, charged with drunkenness and indecency in the street, was sent to the Provost Marshal. Oden, who is rather a genteel looking man, seemed partially sobered while in Court yesterday morning, though his general appearance indicated that he had been on a wholesale bender. Michael Smith, a one-legged individual, was rined for shooting a gun within the corporate limits about 8 o'clock Wednesday night. Mike paid his fine, but protested that he did not know it was any violation of law to hunt game in the streets. Edward D. Eacho was charged with permitting his servant woman Maria to go at large; but owing to his necessary absence, the case was postponed.