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of both. Federal and Confederate Treasury scrip; also, several flags, one of which represented the United States flag on one side and the Confederate flag on the reverse. Other evidences of intended treachery were found, and the whole party, though they protested they were only on a fishing excursion, were conveyed to Mobile, and safely locked up as spies. Among the men on board the boat was Dr. Marius Louis Rossvalley, well known in this city. Intelligence was received yesterday at General Winder's office, by a gentleman direct from Mobile, that Rossvalley had been hung there a few days ago; but whether by military authority or the populace acting as a vigilance committee, we did not learn. The Doctor hailed from New Orleans, where he had a wife and several children. After that city was taken by the Federal he expressed great anxiety to get them away, and finally left this city, giving up employment he had under the Government, in order, as he said, to effect the desired object
d by the officers at Mrs. Lotsey's and readily given up.--His Honor considering it not of $20 dollars value, bailed the lads in the sum of $50 each to appear before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in November. William Green, charged with stealing $35 worth of clothing from J. W. Thorp at the Varieties Theatre, was ordered 20 lashes--one shirt only being found in his possession. John Riley, a soldier, for being drunk and disorderly in the street, was ordered to be sent to Gen. Winder. The case of James Darden, for threatening to assault Andrew Johnston, was continued till to- day. Elizabeth Palmitier, Mrs. Haskins, and others, will also be tried this morning for keeping a disorderly and ill-governed house. Hustings Court.--Yesterday but one case was tried before Judge Lyons: Aug. Schmidt, for stealing money from Mrs. Stevens. The prisoner was convicted, and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years. Elizabeth Taylor, who was tried Thursday for s