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Drunk and disorderly. --Alice Hardgrove, a white woman of bad character, was arraigned before Recorder Caskie yesterday on the charge of being drunk and disorderly. She was found regaling a crowd of men and boys in the street with a selection of language culled from a vocabulary of the lowest order, and rendered it necessary for some of the by-standers to prevent her from molesting respectable ladies who were passing along. She was signed off in a pastry old muslin dress, which had seen better days, under which was worn a set of hoops of the most ample dimensions; her head dress constituted a dirty towel, through the fringe of which she pepped shyly at the Recorder.--When asked if she had any questions to put to the witness, she promptly answered in the Negative, and seemed to regard her offence as one of too trivial a character to need any defence. Her punishment was commitment to prison for want of security in the sum of $300.
Continued. --Geo. W. Murray, whose case was continued from Thursday last, charged with taking two vests, two pairs of pants, and some other articles, which did not belong to him, made his appearance yesterday morning; but owing to the absence of the Mayor. Recorder Caskie declined to go into an examination, and continued the trial till the 31st, admitting Murray to bail in the sum of $300 to appear at that time. A New Arrangement.--Persons applying for passports now would do well to post themselves before entering as to their personal appearance, age, &c. An additional feature has recently been added to these cheap documents, and a general description of your person has to be appended thereto. About the men, we don't care how many questions are asked them, or how much trouble they are put to; but are glad to learn that Major Griswold, with his usual gallantry to the fair sex, has ordered a discontinuance of such inquiries of them.
Violating an ordinance --John Williams, a trader in the First Market, was yesterday fined $20 by Recorder Caskie for buying a load of bacon to sell again, in violation of a city ordinance.