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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, October 15th. --Margaret Sullivan, a white female, was called to answer the charge of getting drunk on Tuesday, and while in the vicinity of the Old Market, and in hearing of Officer Baptist, using language shocking for its grossness and profanity. Mrs. Sullivan attempted to excuse herself by saying it was only a little bit of jollification she had indulged in prior to a trip she proposed making to North Carolina the next day. She begged to bMrs. Sullivan attempted to excuse herself by saying it was only a little bit of jollification she had indulged in prior to a trip she proposed making to North Carolina the next day. She begged 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 excuse that