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Row among the Newsboys.

--Wm. Hogan was arraigned before Recorder Caskie yesterday for assaulting Augustus Longinotti, son of Jose Longinotti, engaged in selling newspapers, who, from rivalry or some other infantile cause, had been induced to quarrel near the Danville Depot. Some little abuse and blows passed between.--Hogan undertook to redress the grievances of his boy, and slapped young Longinotti. The testimony as to the cause of the domestic fend was rather conflicting. Paternal advices to the parties in fault, and a recommendation to "sin no more," preceded the Recorder's order that the parties be discharged.

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