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the Mayor decided a complicated case between these parties on Friday, in which Fletcher was sent on to the Hustings Court for an assault upon Ferguson. Mr. Chastain White, who appeared for Ferguson, said this was an aggravated matter on the part of the complainant. Fletcher was bound over on Friday for an assault upon Fergus S. Caskie, counsel for Fletcher, opposed the motion for a continuance. He believed that an investigation would show that Fletcher was the aggrieved party. Mr. White reviewed the testimony elicited on Friday, and claimed for his client the right of possession in the house aforesaid. Mr. A. Judson Crane, who also appeared not so settle the question as to affect the claims of either; but unless he concluded the matter in his own mind he could not give an intelligent decision. Mr. White claimed that he had fully established Ferguson's claim to the house on the previous day, and that Fletcher was merely employed there; that he made nightly return
Accident. --Mrs. White, of Caroline, in passing from the residence of Mr. George Bagby to the Fredericksburg depot, early yesterday morning, accidentally slipped on the snow-covered pavement, near the corner of Broad and Sixth streets, and dislocated her hip.
Work of the military Police. --From the report of Major J. N. Croft, Chief of Police, to General Turner, for the two and a half months ending December 15, we gather the subjoined facts: White males arrested, 440; white females, 65; colored males, 319; colored females, 116; white soldiers, 208; policemen, 51. Total number of arrests, 1,199. Total number of cases disposed of by the Chief of Police, 672. During the time above stated, twenty fires have occurred in the city, at which the police were in attendance to perform such duties as might be required of them. Fifty-seven burglaries were reported and attended to by special-duty officers or detectives. Six persons were reported to the office as lost or missing, all of whom were found but one. Seventeen horses, three saddles and bridles, one harness and one lot of clothing, either stolen or lost, were found by the police and turned over to the owners or to the Government. Seventeen ambulances, with horses attached,