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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court--Monday, October 27.--There was the usual number of cases before the Mayor to-day, but none of such special importance as to call for comment. We subjoin a summary: Pocahontas Kiper and Margaret Parvo, arrested for fighting on Main street Sunday and collecting a large crowd, to the disturbance of the peace, were, in default of ball, sent to prison. The conduct of these women before the Mayor was in marked contrast to their rowdy manifestations during Sunday night, while confined in the lock-up. Columbia Anderson, a mulatto girl, resident of Manchester, was arraigned for drunkenness, a charge fully proved by the oath of one of Major Griswold's detectives. She was ordered to be whipped, and committed for want of security for her good behavior. Thomas Turpin, a lad dressed in uniform, was arraigned for stealing $180 from Thomas T. Emmett, in the First Market, last Wednesday. The testimony was sufficient to warrant the Mayor