ommodation desired she had staid in some place quite long, and prisoner had gone off with her baggage, afterwards, however, reporting the circumstances to the police.
He was discharged.
John N. Dunn and John Kearney were sent to jail for fighting in the 1st Marked House, thereby disturbing the peace.
Dunn charged Kearney with stealing a watch, hence the fight, which was very soon interrupted by Capt. Sam Ellis, the clerk and police of that locality.
Thomas Herron, Pat. Snowe, Robt. Freeman, John S. Gerron, Thomas Carney, and Jas. I. Ritchie were committed for breach of the peace, Friday night. The parties wore uniforms.
The last named defendant is said to have disported himself in an unseemly manner at the "Varieties," thereby interrupting the performances and depriving a large number of his fellow-citizens from the enjoyment they hoped to derive by seeing the play.
Bridget Sullivan, brought up for going to sleep under the house of a free negro when drunk, was admoni