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Arrests on Saturday and Sunday.

--Adam Tate and George M. Grover for being drunk and lying on sidewalks. Two negroes for fighting in the streets. W. T. Robinson for being drunk and disorderly at the Ballard House. Katy, a runaway negress. Matthew Young, a convict of the penitentiary, for escaping from the battery. William Cassady as a suspicious character. Charles Saunders, a soldier, brought in for safe-keeping. D. Q. Mooney for chasing negroes in the street with a knife. Our same old friend, N. B. Devinney, as a lunatic. And Patrick Cawley as a deserter from the Empire Rangers.

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