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The Daily Dispatch: October 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Oliver and Robert Werne with having conspired together and defrauded Alfred Maddux out of $2,000. The parties were called, and it was announced that it had been settled, and bail entered before an Alderman for their appearance. The officers were directed to summon the parties to appear. Maggie Mitchell, a resident of Exchange Alley, who, as officer Morris testified, was not Maggie Mitchell, was brought up charged with threatening violence to Alice Hawkins. The latter, together with Molly Brown, Betty Valentine and Maria Gary, appeared as witnesses. It was in proof that when a point in social ethics had been given against her by. Hawkins, her landlady, the prisoner, being drunk, had declared her bloody intentions, and proceeded to execute them by throwing a cup and pepper box at Miss H., and then sizing a knife chased her around the table and into the street, from which locality Miss H. adjourned to an Alderman's office and got out a warrant. The Mayor at first determined to c