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The Daily Dispatch: may 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Death of a
United States Army officer. (search)
Police Arrests. --Saturday night the watchmen caged Simon Eagan for beating John Phelan; Jerry Buckley, for raising a disturbance in the store of C. Cottez & Co., Casino Marks, for getting intoxicated and reclining on the sidewalk of Main street; Jim Skipper, for coming from Petersburg without his free papers, and carrying Gilman & Mallory's pass, contrary to law; and Thornton, an employee of the Midlothian Coal Pit Company, for being in the city without leave. Richard Smith, free negro, who was found in possession of Northern correspondence, and driven from Manchester, was arrested here yesterday morning and put in the cage; also, William, slave of J. H. P. Mayo, for stealing a side of bacon; and late yesterday evening Conrad Schliser was locked up for violently assaulting Bernard Frischkorn.
The Daily Dispatch: may 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Drunkenness. (search)
Drunkenness. --Jerry Buckley was fined $1 by the Mayor yesterday, for getting drunk and behaving disorderly in the store of C. Cottez & , on 14th street, on Saturday last.