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--Nothing very special occurred yesterday at this popular resort. The officers of the Court, the Mayor, and a crowd of odoriferous spectators, were present as usual John A. Belvin was fined $5 for allowing the pavement in front of his "block," on 12th street, to remain in a dangerous condition. The pavement is composed of square slabs of slate rock, and, like such modes of transit, is liable to get out of repair very easily.--Wm D Bowman, charged with throwing a brick at Geo. Bailey, private in the Davis Light Dragoons, and thereby causing his death, was arraigned, but the case was laid over until this morning. John T. Smith, jointly implicated with John Shirley, in abducting $100, the property of J W. Gravely, a boarder at the Columbian Hotel, was brought up and remanded to jail until the 14th inst.--The summons against J. W. Satterfield for refusing to carry passengers in his hack unless they paid more than the sum prescribed by the ordinance, was partly heard and continued.
Arrests. --The following arrests were effected by the Mayor's police yesterday: Fleming, slave to Wm. S Slaughter, and Billy, slave to Lieut. Smith, for having in their possession a quantity of buckshot, supposed to have been stolen; Michael Leary, for beating Ann Leary, his better-half; Wm. Byrd, an interminable colored man, for running off from one of the batteries after being put to work thereon, and Robert Hoggins, for getting drunk and abusing people in the streets.
following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs: Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending the act entitled "an act to authorize payment to be made for certain horses purchased for the army by Col. A. W. McDonald," approved August 21st, 1861, so as to insert after the word "horses," wherever it occurs in said act, the words "saddles, bridles, &c., necessary for their suitable equipment," Mr. Smith, of N. C. offered the following resolution, which was referred to the Military Committee: Whereas, it is declared by the 14th clause of the 9th section of the Constitution of the Confederate States that "no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war but in a manner to be prescribed by law:" Therefore, be it. Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire what legislation, if any, is necessa