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Mayor's Court --Justice Caskie presiding.--The case of Thomas Lillis, charged with "feloniously taking, stealing, and carrying away" the sum of $170 in bank notes and specie, the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Demelman, came up again on Saturday. The former evidence was reproduced, with some additions; but as nothing was elicited to satisfy the magistrate of the prisoner's guilt, the warrant was dismissed. Richard Loyd, against whom a singular charge of taking $175 from Lieut. Cornelius McCarthy, has been pending for some days past, was discharged from custody, no witness ving appeared to testify against him. The result seemed to afford much gratification to the accursed and his friends. John T. Forsey was brought up for overindulgence in spirituous liquors and trespassing on the premises of Mrs. Kennedy; and Nicholas Powers for a somewhat singular offence, with the addition of taking lodgings on the pavement. Both were disengaged with some admonitory remarks. Lewis,
The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] (search)
mpanies that left Wise's camp for Cole river, were as follows. Capts. Pate's, Phelps's, Jordan's, Pogue's, and on their march through Fayetteville were joined by Caskie's Rangers, all as Invincible, as Gen, Cox expressed himself about this company. In the morning they could be seen on the summits of Cotton hill, fighting like dethe blue-coated Yankees and some 17 of the forces, whom they had is pilots and killing some 60 and wounding accept number. Too much credit cannot be eleven to Capt. Caskie and his men in this affair; they have shown themselves upon this and other occasions well worthy of the name they have earned and now hold in Western Virginia;ness that none but the true sons of the South could, to drive a ruthless and savage foe from our homes and firesides. After the fight was over, Capts. Pate's and Caskie's Rangers proceeded to Skin creek, for the purpose of breaking up a cen of tories, who had built a formidable breastwork in that neighborhood.--We arrived just in