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against his nonpaying tenants in a lawful manner, and held him to bail to keep the peace, especially as to the complainant, in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars. The surety was immediately forthcoming, and Mr. Phealan was discharged.--Frank Johnson, Michael Burke, John Dunnavant, and John Strahan, were arraigned upon the charge of having, between ten and eleven o'clock Friday night, broken the door and windows of the dwelling-house of Susan Barker, and beaten Sydnor Alexander, besides hamination of them by the parties implicated, all of whom protested that they had gone into the house as peace makers, having heard much commotion therein, and two of whom appeared to be less guilty than their comrades, the Alderman discharged Frank Johnson and Michael Burke with a word of admonition, and committed John Dunnavant and John Strahan to jail.--Jordan Miller and Augustus Miller were called up to answer the charge of having unlawfully broken a window and a door in the house of J. L. M