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Postponed. --The charge against John W. Cariton, of stealing a horse from Mr. George Miles, Lancaster county, some time since, was postponed for examination by the Mayor till Thursday. James Denay, charged with robbing a man named John Garzo, some time since, did not undergo an examination yesterday. The Mayor adjourned it to a future day, and intimated to his officers the necessity of having present all the witnesses in the case. Billy, a well known whitewasher, belonging to James M. Taylor, made his appearance to answer the charge of stealing three turkeys from Thomas W. McCance. For the purpose of obtaining additional testimony. His Honor postponed an examination till this morning.
A saddle for Gen. Morgan. --We yesterday saw a magnificent saddle at the store of Mr. G. Z Miles, which is intended as a present to Gen. John H Morgan from the citizens of Danville, Va. It is finished in the highest style of workmanship and material, and is beautifully silver mounted. At the same establishment we noticed a most beautiful saddle, which is intended as a present to Capt. Hines, from Mr. Miles himself.