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The Daily Dispatch: October 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Recruiting in
Mayor's Court. --The transactions on Saturday were very limited. If the police record be an index of the moral status of this community, we ought to rejoice and be exceeding glad, for surely the millennium is not far distant. But we know not what a day may bring forth, and therefore avoid all premature congratulations. Gustavus Lyon was fined $1 for shooting his gun at a bat within the limits of the corporation. Patrick Shay, arrested for the larceny of a small quantity of wood, was discharged from custody. Joseph Beyan, Philip Brown, and James Wilson, for fighting in the street, were committed in default of surety to keep the peace.