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Sent to the penitentiary. --Two cases were tried in Judge Lyons's Court yesterday, both of which resulted in the conviction of the accused. We give their names below: Daniel Whalan, arraigned on the charge of obtaining $500 under false pretences from David Parr, was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to the penitentiary for three years. Witnesses were examined in the case against Jeremiah Tibbetts, charged with breaking open the store house of Smith, Lipscomb & Co., and stealing therefrom $40 in Confederate money. At the conclusion of the evidence, the case was placed in the hands of the jury, who, after a short retirement, returned with a verdict of guilty, and assessed the prisoner's punishment at five years in the penitentiary.
received here that a force, estimated at 3,000 cavalry and infantry, bad landed at King's Ferry, on the St. Mary's river, and were about midway on Saturday between that point and the Satilla Bridge We are indebted to the courteous and obliging operator of the Florida. Telegraph Line, R. W. Cope, Esq., for the following dispatch, received by him last evening: "Lake City, (via Columbus,) February 20--To R. W Cape, Operator: A severe battle has been going on all this afternoon hear Ginstee, thirteen miles east of this place, the enemy slowly retreating, and our forces pressing them. Their dead and wounded lay thick on the field. "But few casualties are yet reported — among them the gallant Lt-Col. J. Barrow, of the 64th Georgia regiment killed; the Colonel and Major of the same regiment were wounded. Colonel Clinch was wounded. Colonel Carraway. Smith had his hose shot from under him. "I will advise you further as I receive information. A L Conova, Operator."