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The Daily Dispatch: September 24, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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y.] Hamlin Ghering was charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street. Officer Griffin, who made the arrest, stated that Ghering was very drunk, and, taking his stand at the corner of the street, in the neighborhood of the Second Market, interrupted every person who passed along, using all the time the most profane and indecent language. The Mayor remanded him in default of security for his good behavior. John C. Dawson, an idle, dissolute person, without any visible means of support, was sent to the enrolling officer as a fit person to go into the army. Dawson had on his person when he was arrested a burglar's key, made out of a piece of wire. Sarah Murphy, charged with using threatening and abusive language towards Ann Planker, was remanded in default of security for her good behavior. A free negro, named Maria Clark, charged with having in her possession a gold locket and one silk dress supposed to have been stolen, was ordered to be whipped.