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d his wife, and child. Failing, she was committed. Elias Vanderlip and Owen Riley underwent a lengthy examination on the charge of stealing $107 from Lindsey Smith, a paroled C. S. soldier, on Saturday evening, at the upper end of Grace street. The evidence of the soldier being positive as to the loss, and by whom inflicted, and defendants' witnesses being equally prompt in proving an alibi, the case was continued until this morning for further examination. Mary E. Sawyer, alias Carrington, formerly of Washington, was committed in default of surety for associating with David, slave of Mary Smith, and the latter was ordered 30 stripes, and sent to jail for going at large. Thomas Dobson, a lad was arraigned on the charge of stealing, on Thursday last, a horse worth $200, belonging to Capt. Julius H. Gantt--Michael Burns, a returned soldier from Fort Delaware, was implicated in the affair, and was introduced to the Court as Dobson's aider and abetter. The evidence was pre