--The following cases were tried and disposed of at this Court yesterday:
, a negro boy, charged with petit larceny — stealing one dollar and fifty cents--was found guilty and sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days.
and Henry Sanford
, Twelfth United States Infantry.
Charge — drunk and no pass.
Guilty, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days.
, negro, charged with carrying concealed weapons.
Guilty, and sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days.
, citizen, charged with selling liquor to soldiers.
Guilty, and sentenced to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars.
, negro, charged with stealing a pair of boots.
Guilty, and sentenced to sixty days confinement in Castle Thunder.
Several other cases were called, but owing to the absence of witnesses they were postponed — among them the five negroes charged with stealing Mr. Lyons
This case was postponed until next Wednesday.
, colored, was charged with stealing a lot of clothing; and the evidence proving his guilt, he was sentenced to one year's confinement in the penitentiary.
, colored, was sent to the penitentiary for one year on conviction of breaking into the store-house of J. C. Smith
, on Cary street, and stealing therefrom a lot of rags, &c.