, both of which were continued till this morning, and Harris held to bail for his appearance there and his good behavior in the mean time.
Mrs. Teresa H. Kennedy and Mrs. Page Adams came for ward on the charge of abusing and disturbing Mrs. Amelia Blake, who let them and the spectators present know what she thought of them.
Mr. K., an amiable man, was present, and suggested that it might not be amiss to bind over both his better half and Mrs. Blake to keep the peace; but His Honor told MrMrs. Blake to keep the peace; but His Honor told Mr. K. that he ought to manage his wife himself, and dismissed the case.
Mary Gleason, alias Broderick, was again required to give surety for her good behavior, having forfeited her bail bond entered into a few days ago.
Jacob Keck, fined $10 on Monday for selling fresh meat after market hours, came forward to have his case re-opened.
The court heard his story, and relented so far as to reduce the fine by one-half.
Thomas Mullingan, a relative perhaps of Maginn's hero, "Whose na