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ged to be excused this time. The Mayor said he knew the Sullivan family, and could not be caught by any such dodge. The lady was constrained to visit the jail under the pressure occasioned by her failure to give bond to keep the peace. William Smith was required to answer for occasioning a disturbance at the corner of 12th and Main street Tuesday night, by exploding three barrels of an Allen's pepper-box revolving pistols and resisting the watchmen who arrested him Smith offered the excuSmith offered the excuse that he was very drunk at the time, and didn't know what he was about. He said he belonged to the Purcell battery, and was proceeding to pledge his honor as a gentleman to something, when the Mayor interposing, said he could save himself all further trouble by procuring $200 security to keep the peace, and the same amount to appear before the Grand Jury. John C. Conner, a sleek looking, small-sized man, residing at the corner of 22d and Main streets, was brought up to answer the charge