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efore the Mayor to answer the charge of causing the death of John L Curry, a butcher in the First Market. The facts connected with this and he afternoon of the 21st ult. Wm. W. Jones, Granville Montelle, John L. Curry, and William Peasley, met at Peasley's house, on 17th street, aer several hours' play the game closed, Montelle having won $300 of Curry. Jones prompt settled with Montelle, and Peasley demand payment ofar, telling him he could not leave till the debt due him was paid. Curry being somewhat intoxicated, and seeing Peasley have Montelle by theeasley. At this moment Jones joined the party, and, taking hold of Curry, pulled him away, telling him to let Peasley and Montelle settle th his fist, when Peasley interfered, separated the parties, and took Curry into his house; where he washed his face and hands, partook of two arter Branch, a distance of two miles from the scene of the fight. Curry, ducting his illness, was attended by two or three physicians, who