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The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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emises. There was no direct evidence that its abduction was brought about by Maxwell, though the suspicion that no body else had done so was so strong as to induce the Mayor to commit the accused for final trial before the Hustings Court. Mike Barry, a runaway member of Caskle's Rangers, was charged with being one of three men who garroted, cut, and robbed Lieut. Warren T. Story, of Ga., of a sliver watch, on Cary street, a few weeks since. The other two men had already been secured and examined by the Court and sent on for the offence. Lieut. Wills, of Bossieux's Guard, who made the arrest, was , but could in the absence of Story tell nothing about the robbery, save that Barry resembled the party described by Story as being concerned, and was found by him in company with them. To procure the attendance of Story the case was continued till Thursday. Capt. Thomas S. Conn, who cut Antoine Caphardt, who repaired to his assistance when assailed by ruffians, was arraigned fo
t of surety for his good behavior. Shadrack, slave of S. Walke, Bob, slave of P. Roberts, and Charles, slave of Dr. Price, all boys, were arraigned for fighting in the street, and were ordered a small licking for so doing. The case of Mike Barry, charged with assisting to rob Lieut. Warren S. Story of a sliver watch, on Cary street, a few weeks since, by the garroting process, was called, and continued till Saturday for witnesses who could identify Barry as being concerned in the outraBarry as being concerned in the outrage. Robert Huclos, an emancipated slave, formerly of Gloucester, was arraigned on the charge of receiving stolen goods, knowing them to have been stolen. Huclos keeps a small confectionery shop on 13th street, between Main and Franklin. Officer Seal having reason to suspect that the place was a receptacle for stolen goods, procured a search warrant, and, entering early yesterday morning found on the premises ten pairs of women's shoes, a lot of velvet, cloth, coffee, crushed sugar, nails,