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an, alias Thomas Tooland, a soldier, for drunkenness and a trespass committed upon Clay Street Hospital, was ordered to remain in custody until called for by his officers.--J. M. Worthimer and Solomon Lohenberger were arraigned upon the charge of assaulting and beating William Jacobs. These gentlemen evidently felt much chagrined at being found in such a predicament; but as they had no witnesses, they were required to give security in a small sum ($100) for their future good behavior. --Maurice Dennis was fined $10 for having his house, where ardent spirits are sold, open on Sunday last.--Mary Gleason was fined $10 for keeping her shop open after 10 o'clock P. M., one night last week, and $10 for selling ardent spirits, or a mixture thereof, without a license, and held to bail in $150 for her future good behavior.--Philip Lang was fined $3 for firing a pistol within the city limits, and, with great simplicity, offered the cash to his Honor, who, of course, turned him over to a differe