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y the happening of events, the Mayor continued the case until Saturday morning. Granville, a diminutive "ebony idol," belonging to Thomas Neal, of Danville, lately removed to this city, was committed to the watch-house to be called for, having been picked up lost in the streets. Catherine Summers, a free negress, of tippling proclivities, found in a flat position on the sidewalk, was ordered a whipping. George Wilkinson, continued on yesterday on a charge of fighting with Ellas Vanderlip, was brought up again and was sent on for examination on a charge of disturbing the public peace. Sam, a slave of A. J. Berry, was arraigned for keeping a couple of "Keno" tables, for the amusement of all who were desirous of investing their money on the wheel of fortune, and was ordered twenty-five lashes. Trial by Court Martial.--John F. Park, a member of the Richmond Zouaves, has been tried by the Court-Martial now in session here, for deserting from his company at the batt