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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Proceedings of the Courts. Mayor's Court, Wednesday, Dec. 10th --Recorder Caskie presiding.--Lieut. Lewis Powers, charged with getting drunk and trying to force his way into the residence of Mrs. Mary Brooks, corner of 17th and Broad streets, and using bad language to her, was required to give $500 security to keep the peace, which he did. Mike, a darkey employed at Chimborazo Hospital, found drunk by the watch Tuesday night, with two blankets and a decanter in his possession, was ordered 25 lashes. Dennis O'Leary was arraigned for fighting in the house of Margaret Griffin, on 17th street. It was in proof that he and others were gambling therein, and a dispute arising, a row ensued, all the parties making good their escape, save O'Leary, who was captured by the police. Defendant was committed in default of $200 security. Beverly, slave of Wm. H. Tyree, arrested with a bowie knife in his possession, was ordered 25 lashes. Adams and Wesley, slaves of John E
Robbing a Woman. --Mrs. Mary Brooks was arrested and locked up the other day for drunkenness, and during the period of her incarceration, her room, at the corner of Twenty-fifth and Main streets, was broken open and robbed of a number of articles.
hy with the Liberal cause in Mexico, together with the appointment of General Logan, has led to a communication between Count Montholon and the State Department, which resulted in sending a message to the French Emperor for definite instructions. It is said the withdrawal of the French Legation from Washington will take place in case of the formal appointment of an United States minister to the Mexican republic. Third Dispatch. Washington December 15. --The House yesterday adopted the original Stevens resolution by a two-thirds vote. It is regarded as settling the question of admitting Southern claimants to seats. They will not get in this winter. The President expressed himself, this morning, as disappointed by this radical vote. The evidence in the contested election of Dodge vs. Brooks, of New York city, will be sent at once to the printer. It will make a volume of over one thousand pages. Mr. Dodge is here. The case will be taken up early in January.