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stealing a horse belonging to the Confederate States, was sent on for further examination before Judge Lyons.--The cases of John Feg and William Snellings, indicted by the Grand Jury for exhibiting the game of faro, were postponed in consequence of the absence of Washington Goodrich atness.--Albert Bail, formerly a night watch, charged with obtaining money from Mary Smith, a free negress, under false pretences, was sent to jail for two months and required to pay the costs of prosecution.--E. C. Elmore, ex-Treasurer of the Confederate States, indicted in three cases for playing at the game of fare, plead guilty of the offence, and was fined $500 in cash case and required to give security in the sum of $5,000 for his good behavior.--Barney Tracey, indicted for assaulting and beating Lewis Antilotti, was fined $25.--Wingfield Tynes, charged with stealing cloth from William Stagg, was acquitted. The misdemeanor cases, embracing three for exhibiting and playing faro, violating liquor