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Mayor's Court

--A man named John Mulligan was before the Mayor yesterday on the serious charge of making a felonious assault upon Lawrence Taff, and taking from him a purse containing $7.50; but fortunately for himself and for the good name of the city, he proved his innocence and was set at liberty.

A fine of $10 was imposed upon Frank Casig foul for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock P. M. on the 28th of October.

M. B. Sime, arrested as a deserter from the army, was turned over to the charge of Gen. Winder.

A warrant against Jesse Harrington, charging him with abusing and threatening Mary Harrington, was dismissed.

Some few other trivial cases were disposed of, and the court adjourned at an early hour.

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