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for a sleeping apartment, Sunday night, while corned, and was let off. John C. Butler, charged with getting very drunk and breaking the window of F. Honaler's tenement, was committed for want of security. Pat. H. Downey was committed for drunkenness and trespassing on the Ballard House Sunday. John W. Sarden, formerly a member of the 1st Texas regiment, was brought up for feloniously shooting at and wounding Thornton Kennedy, a resident of Screamersville, Sunday evening Gideon B. Thompson was arraigned as an accomplice.--Kennedy not being able to appear, the case was continued till Tuesday morning, and the witnesses desired to appear. The shooting was performed with a Colt's revolver, two sizes larger than the navy pistol. The police say that Sarden and his companion entered Kennedy's house, and, without saying a word, the former raised his pistol and pulled the trigger. The ball, striking obliquely between Kennedy's eyes, glanced around the skull, tearing up the ski