t offence when he embarked in the last speculation recorded above.
Mary A. and Joseph Thomas, who were summoned to Court at the instigation of Bridget McDonough for an alleged assault, were discharged, the complainant not appearing.
Jamison Scott, who required the assistance of two crutches to enable him to get along, was charged with drunkenness and interfering with the marketmen at the First Market.
As Scott could give no satisfactory reason for his conduct, he was compelled to subScott could give no satisfactory reason for his conduct, he was compelled to subside into the prisoners' box, under the pressure of a demand for $150 bail for his good behavior.
George Needham, who occupies a room in a tenement on Main, between 24th and 25th streets, was charged with keeping "a disorderly and ill governed house" This, interpreted, means that Needham got drunk in his room and made manifestations contrary to law and good manners.
He was sent to prison.
Francis McNamara was committed, failing to give bail on the charge of mistaking his wife and chi