g $30 from Frank Barge; his case was continued until to-morrow, on account of the absence of Barge.
Charles Klinely, a Baltimorean, for purchasing a cart-load of watermelons in the 2d Market, on Saturday, and offering them for sale again.
The watermelons were ordered to be confiscated.
Mary Dary and Mary Kelly, charged with throwing pans of dirty water on Catherine Egan, were held to hail for good behavior.
Frederick Shaffer and Westwood Armistead, charged with robbing Mrs. Frances Solomon of money and jewelry of a large amount, were discharged, both parties having proved an alibi.
The Longenotti's, charged with the riot of last.
Thursday, were also discharged.
His Honor announced, in connection with this case, his intention of prosecuting the Provost Guard if, in future, they made arrests of citizens except for offences against the military laws of the Confederate States.
William, a slave, for beating Dummy, a deaf and dumb free negress, about the head with