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Couldn't Stand Bad treatment. --All the privates of company D, Captain Martin, 20th Virginia battalion, second division, inner lines, were placed under arrest on yesterday and lodged in the Eastern District military prison, charged with mutinous conduct. The cause of their alleged mutinous demonstration was the ill treatment of the battalion commander, Major Delaine. This officer is himself undergoing trial by court martial.
itude" a place of evil name, on Cary, between 7th and 8th streets, were arraigned for "plying their avocation" contrary to law and decency; Lucy Conway, Kate Robinson, Corn Williams, Jenny Wade, Margaret Hamilton, Ellen Hall, famma H. Howard, and Emeline Jones. Hamilton, the proprietress of the establishment, was required to give surety to be of good behavior, and $300 to appear before the Grand Jury. Each of the girls were required to find $300 surety to be of good behavior. John Martin, Henry Krebs, Humphrey Haley, Jerome Diggs, Daniel Summers, and John Slate, parties found in the houses inhabited by the above named females, at the time of the descent — this morning between four and five o'clock--were each required to find $300 surety to be of good behavior. Krebs and Diggs being already under bonds for a like amount, the same were forfeited. Wm. McIntyre and John Congre, privates of the President's Cuard, were charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $18,