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Peace warrant. --The Mayor on Saturday, issued a warrant for the arrest of John Hagan, at the instance of E. A. Pollard, who introduced testimony to prove that on Thursday last, after Hagan was put under bonds in the sum of $200 to keep the peace, he proclaimed in a bar-room that he would have vengeance. Mr. Pollard said that he cared nothing about the threats on his own account, but considered it his duty to place the Mayor in possession of the facts, in order that he might, if he thougan was put under bonds in the sum of $200 to keep the peace, he proclaimed in a bar-room that he would have vengeance. Mr. Pollard said that he cared nothing about the threats on his own account, but considered it his duty to place the Mayor in possession of the facts, in order that he might, if he thought proper, to take steps to preserve the dignity of his Court. We under stand that Hagan was arrested in the afternoon, and admitted to bail for his appearance before the Mayor this morning.