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uck Finn, a scuffle ensued, and he aimed a pistol at Finn, but did not fire it, because his arm was struck down. There was some further testimony, but nothing bearing especially upon either of the parties accused. Mr. Finn declared his purpose of getting out a warrant against Wayne for shooting at him, which he could prove. The Mayor said that he could go before the Grand Jury and present Mr. Wayne, if he thought proper; but in the meantime he would require security in the sum of $150 for his good behavior and for his appearance at Court. Mr. Curry was discharged. John Boltz and John Fink appeared to answer for the delinquencies of their sons in throwing rocks in the streets; but they satisfied the Mayor that they had whipped their boys soundly, and escaped without a fine. The following fines were imposed for keeping bar-rooms open after ten o'clock at night: John Charles, $5; Cropper & Herrin, $5; Jas. Burns, $10. Several other trivial cases were disposed of.