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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday thirteen citizens were fined various amounts for selling liquor without licenses; James M. Graham, charged with stealing a malice and contents from D. F. Brockner, was examined and discharged; William J. Walker was sent to the Hustings Court for stealing an overcoat worth $100 from Edward Boyle; L. F. Fountain was examined for behaving disorderly in the Theatre and let off; John Burges, a lad, charged with breaking A. B. Lipscomb's grindstone, was let off; case of Mike Sweeny, for stabbing Fred. Deitrick in the neck, on 17th st., was continued, D. not being able to appear; a citizen was fined for holding an auction in the street contrary to the ordinance; Ross Berry, a free negro, was tried for entering B. T. Thomas's room and threatening to demolish that individual, to the alarm of the neighbors. This case proved "great cry and little wool." Defendant was let off.
Fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber's farm, in Henrico county, on the 9th inst, a negro man named John. Said negro is about 23 years old 5 feet 9 or 10 inches in height, of good size, black, with thick lips, and has a crooked leg — the knee joint bent inwards. He was hired for several years past by Mr. N C Lipscomb, as an Cutler in his livery stable, in Richmond, where he is most probably larking. He was recently engaged in working on the fortifications near West Point, on the York River Railroad, and had the skin mashed off of one or two of his fingers which were tied up when he left. He may be endeavoring to make his way to the enemy's lines, in the vicinity of West Point, or may have gone to the army near Fredericksburg, with a view of getting employment as a groom or cook.--He was dressed in ordinary working clothes, and wore a cap. If apprehended beyond the limits of the city of Richmond or county of Henrico, and confined so that I can get him, a reward