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ted in default of $100 bail, failing to give security for threatening to assault Marie Luzarinl.--Morris Kenneday was required to give security for assaulting Mitchell L. Adams, one of the city watch, who had arrested him for disorderly conduct. Morris did not do it.--Meri-weather Roach, who has been often before the Mayor, (and has an ancient look and fish-like smell.) was arraigned for a physical demonstration against Frederick Unland, on Sunday, and for threatening to kill B.M. Morris, policM. Morris, police officer, who repaired to his assistance. His name was enrolled as a member of the Chain-Gang for 50 days on failing to give $200 security.--Frances Loving, who unites the two characteristics, fair and frail, in admirable proportions, was sent back to jail, (from which she was discharged on the 16th,) on the charge of getting insensibly drunk and lying down in the street on Saturday.--Geo. W. Johnson, for the same offence, prefaced with "staggering about," was committed in default of surety,