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of last June, by a person calling himself Edward Turner, wherein it is alleged that on the night of the 1st of June, Adkins did assault said Turner, near the store of Sam. Hastings, on 14th street, alued at $40, and one silver watch, worth $10. Turner told the Mayor that Adkins had met him, knocke and took the property mentioned; and that he, Turner, was not drunk at the time, Messrs. B. H. Nashings, testifying that on the night in question Turner approached the window of his store, coming fro him whenever in town, were together, and that Turner, seeing the two, staggered towards them and ent." Mr. A. denied the charge and rose up, when Turner, to steady himself, caught hold of him by the th, drawing blood. The affair then ended, and Turner left. The private watchman of the Confederate, formerly next to Hastings store, proved that Turner was very drunk on the occasion, and lingered a willing to a continuance to any future day. Mr. Turner having intimated that his brother, Thos. M.