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Obstructing the sidewalk. --Wm. B. Coob, an iron founder, on 8th street, between Main and Franklin, was fined $5 by the Mayor yesterday for obstructing the sidewalk Byrd street, near the Petersburg depot, with a number of large iron salt Pana. Officer Morris, who served the warrant on Cook, testified that he had repeatedly warned him to move them away or else place them edgewise from off the thoroughfare; having failed to do either, he deemed it his duty to report the fact before His Honor. In addition to the fine imposed, Cook was informed that for every day the pans were hereafter permitted to remain five dollars should be added.
Captured. --A negro was yesterday arr by officers Morris and Adams, charged stealing one box of candles, valued at $264, the property of the Confederate States.--He was locked up for safekeeping.
Heavy robbery. --For some time back robberies of various descriptions from he C. S. store-houses in this city have been reported to the police, and they have endeavored to keep a sharp look out for the perpetrators of them. On yesterday, having suspicions to direct them, officers Morris and Adams succeeded in arresting a Frenchman named Trama Constant, residing on 14th street, below Cary, and, upon instituting a search of his premises, they found twenty-nine pairs of pants, three jackets, six pairs of shoes, and one box of candles, which it is believed he had stolen. An investigation will be had before the Mayor this morning.