or's ordering him to be taken to the Provost for enrollment in the service.
In the event of his not being liable to military duty, His Honor directed the officer to bring him back to him; he would then be turned over to the chain gang.
Miss Julia White, a young and pretty girl, when called by the Mayor to answer the charge of stealing one ladies' hat, veil, and pair of shoes, approached the stand weeping bitterly, and protesting her innocence of any crime in the matter.
The evidence sustained her denial, and showed that Mrs. Dounella, the complainant, loaned Miss White the articles which she was charged with stealing Whereupon the Mayor promptly discharged her.
Miles R. Bohannon, a former well known resident of this city, was arrested on Sunday last, charged with forging a check for $500 on the Farmers' Bank at Lynchburg, Va., purporting to have emanated from B. Akins &--. When the case was called, the prisoner's counsel, Messrs. Gilmer and Crane, asked a postponement in or