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e of his legs. He was carried to the Globe Hospital, on 19th street, and the Mayor has requested one of the officers to make inquiries into his condition. John Curry, charged with fighting in the 2d Market on the 25th of December, and John Finn, charged with fighting and firing pop-crackers in the same place on the same day,uld not say who fired the crackers; there was a perfect blaze, and as he would turn to see who fired one pack, another would explode in his rear. Messrs. Finn and Curry were in the crowd, but he could not say who created the disturbance. Mr. Wayne deposed that he saw Finn throw a pack of lighted crackers behind his (Wayne's) stalpresent 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 May