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n the charge of cutting, stabbing, and wounding Mary J. McMiun with a knife, Wednesday night, on 2d street. The wounds were of such a character as to preclude the attendance of the witness, and the case was continued until the 22d inst.0 James Simpson, grocery keeper on 17th street, was summoned up, at the instance of the Clerk of the 1st Market, for buying $200 worth of bacon, butter, and eggs, in the market, for the purpose of selling them again at his store. The Mayor reserved his decision as to the bacon, which had been carried home. The eggs and butter, which had not been delivered, were ordered to be sold for the benefit of the city. Simpson said he was not aware that he was violating any law in doing what he did. Daniel White was fined for permitting water to escape from the hydrant on his lot. Hunter Taliaferro was fined $10 for riding his horse on 2d street at a faster rate than six miles per hour. Margaret Dooley was required to give security to keep