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Mayor's Court, Wednesday, March 2nd. --Recorder James K. Caskie acted in the absence of the Mayor to-day. John Finn was arraigned on the complaint of Nicholas Carroll, who charged Finn with assaulting his person and threatening a continuation of the same sort of treatment. was required to give security to keep the peace. It came out during the examination that Carroll had violated the law forbidding the sale of intoxicating liqueur without a license, and for this offence the RecordCarroll had violated the law forbidding the sale of intoxicating liqueur without a license, and for this offence the Recorder fined him 240, and required him to give $500 security to be of good behavior. A person known as Capt. Frank Livingston was arraigned, charged with blaring a gold watch by false presences from one of the negro waiter at the Tavern. Mr. Angel. clerk of the Columbian, testified that the negro let Livingston have the watch on the representation that he was going to visit Cindy. Mr. Jesse White being introduced as a witness on behalf of the Commonwealth testified that Livingston had pawne