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--Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Three whits boys and one negro were arraigned on the charge of having been engaged in a "rock battle" on Carey street, just within the corporation line. The negro boy was ordered to be switched, and Charles McCloy, James Green and La Vega Dabney, the whites, were fined $1 each, which, of course, the parents had to pay. Margaret Cushing, Mary Cushing, and Mary McDonough were before the Court on the charge of assault and battery committed upon Mrs. Hannult Satil. Mrs. S. told her story in broken English, charging the accused with scratching, benting, kicking, and otherwise maltreating her though she had never disturbed them in any way. They gave surety in $100 each to be of good behavior for twelve months. Richard J. Lipford, charged with unlawfully taking and carrying away a mare, the property of Alexander C. Haskell, was admitted to buil in $150 for his appearance before the Mayor to-morrowmorning to answer the accusation, and in a like s