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J Smith was ordered to be whipped for stealing $15 from Tabby Clayton. Both parties are colored. Charles, slave of Col. Ayres, was sent on to be tried before the Hustings Court on the 2d Monday in November, on the charge of stealing a box of clothing from R. L. Steward, at the American Hotel. His master gave bail for his appearance. Mary Garrity was required to give $150 security for assaulting and beating John Coyle and his wife, and child. Failing, she was committed. Elias Vanderlip and Owen Riley underwent a lengthy examination on the charge of stealing $107 from Lindsey Smith, a paroled C. S. soldier, on Saturday evening, at the upper end of Grace street. The evidence of the soldier being positive as to the loss, and by whom inflicted, and defendants' witnesses being equally prompt in proving an alibi, the case was continued until this morning for further examination. Mary E. Sawyer, alias Carrington, formerly of Washington, was committed in default of suret