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--Saturday's docket was devoid of interest. A foolish youth, named Joseph Wernett, having announced himself a candidate for Castle Godwin, as a citizen of the United States, was kindly admonished by the presiding officer of the Court and dismissed.--Charles Coleman, charged with violently assaulting an unrelenting curbstone, while under the influence of liquor, was committed, in default of security to keep the peace.--James May, a soldier man, who had been making free with Mike Fluney's wearing appeared, was sent to his battery, his services being considered more valuable there, at this time, than in jail.

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