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e conveyed. Adolph Dill, for allowing a pool of stagnant water to remain on his lot. The defence was offered that the lot was the property of the Confederate States, but the Court declared this to be no defence at all, the Confederate States not having the right to any land in Virginia except by act of the State Legislature. One week's time was given Mr. Dill for filling the sink, and a fine of $20 per day ordered to be imposed for every day the nuisance remains beyond that time. Mrs. Moran was held to bail for good behavior for abusing Mrs. Blalock and beating her children. Confederate Commissioner's Office — Forgery of Pay Rolls. --Confederate States Commissioner Watson yesterday examined Ezekiel C. Jones, charged with obtaining money from the Paymaster's office upon forged pay rolls. From the resemblance of the handwriting of the paper which led to his detection to many other papers in several of the pay offices, it is thought that a large amount of money, as yet unc