Cases of drunkenness.
--R. D. McGill
was before the Mayor
yesterday charged with having been drunk and disorderly in the house of A. B. Moore
. Mr. Moore
stated that he came to his boarding-house two days previously and behaved very well until Wednesday, when he got drunk, behaved in a very turbulent manner, and used profane language.
The accused said he was a discharged soldier of the United States army, and was from Philadelphia
required him to give security to keep the peace, but afterwards discharged him on condition of his leaving the city at once.
William J. Hill
was charged with having been drunk in the First Market
Being his first appearance, and as he was charged with no other offence except drunkenness he was released with the usual admonition.