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The Six Young Men charged with behaving in a disorderly manner on Saturday night and Sunday morning last, were brought before the Mayor yesterday. The specific charge, besides that named above, was for breaking up and injuring certain property belonging to Thomas M. Granger. On this charge, Daniel W. Wrenn, John Ryan, John Butler, John Chappell, Wilcher Morris, and Jos. Fordrell, were remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury. Chappell was bailed out by John Lindsay, and Ryan by Philip Toppin — the others were sent to jail. The proprietor of the Grapes Restaurant says, in reference to the disturbance raised by the above young men at his saloon, nearly at the time of the proceeding above mentioned, that ‘"neither myself, or my bar-keepers were beaten; the desperadoes attacked two gentlemen, (Messrs. Thompson and Belknap,) who were quietly talking in front of my bar. After these gentlemen were struck repeatedly, they ran to the back part of the building, but were headed off and again punished."’

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