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off a loaded pistol near the junction of 11th and Cary sts, and attempting to shoot watchman Carter, was committed to await an indictment by the Husting Court Grand Jury. The defendant alleged that he was drunk and that his pistol went off by accident. The Major remarked that he purposely pointed it at Certer. Wm. Cenlry, charged with getting drunk and threatening to carve up an innocent pedestrian on Main street, was committed for want of surety for his good behavior. Albert G Griswold charged with interfering with the night watch, while drunk, was required to give security for his good behavior. Luther Cummings, proprietor of a drinking house, near 10th and Main streets, was charged with acting in a very suspicious manner. On Saturday night the watch found Cummings in an allay in rear of the C. S. Commissary Stare.--They were informed somebody had been trying to break in. On searching, they found Cummings hid behind a big rock. The door bore evident marks of havin