--The law requires the closing of bar-rooms at 10 o'clock at night, but in some cases individual preferences condemn the practice.
It was thus with Edward Gentry
and John Griffiths
, who became thirsty on Saturday might at a late hour, and made a demonstration upon the bar-room of Wm. Heuser
, near the theatre, breaking one of the windows thereof.
deemed the offence a misdemeanor, and held the parties to answer an indictment.
D. M. Allen
, Wm. Jones
, Patrick Lynch Charles P. Backler
, Alexander Killroy
, and Levit Riley
, supposed to be soldiers, were arraigned before the Recorder
yesterday for drinking more liquor than the law allows, and were severally turned over to the custody of army officers.
a discharged soldier, was up for a similar offence, and dismissed on condition of his leaving town forthwith.
John T. Hughes
, charged with beating his wife, was committed in default of security for his appearance before the Grand Jury
to answer an indictment.
The circumstances of this case were of a peculiarly painful character.
A similar charge against John Moore
was continued until to- day.
One or two fines were imposed for violations of city ordinances.