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--Joseph Wolf was summoned before the Mayor yesterday, at the instance of Julius Levy, who suspected, on the part of the defendant, some dire conspiracy against his peace and comfort. That Levy is an apprehensive individual, is proved from the fact that he recently had Charles Camp put through a regular course of legal sprouts for bodily inflictions endured at his hands. In the instance at present noted, Julius was unsuccessful in making a levy, the defendant being discharged with the honors of war. Too much apprehension is almost as bad as too little. Either end of such an estate runs its possessor into the pursuit of disagreeable extremes.

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