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Proceedings in the Courts. Major's Court, Sept. 23d, 1862. --Augustus Swift, a soldier, for being drunk and disorderly in the street, and stoning houses, was held to bail for good behavior. Charles Lewis and Michael Powers, the garroters, were committed for 10 days on account of the absence of the accuser. John A. Whitman, the lad who attempted to pass a $1 State Treasury note with forged signatures, was again examined. Alonzo Lorenz, one of the signers of the notes, appeared and pronounced his name to the note exhibited a forgery. Mrs. Hafner testified that on Sunday morning, the lad borrowed from her a pair of scissors and a genuine note, bearing the signatures of Messrs. Lorenz and Hughes. Louis Hoyer, of the firm of Hoyer & Ludwig, testified that on Monday morning a sheet of these notes was missing from the office, and that Whitman had access to them. Whitman was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. Victor Fowin, charged with stealing $80