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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday, Anderson, slave of E. L. Van-Lew, was committed to jail for having a pass out of date and going at large.--Jim Cook, slave of W. W. Jones, was arraigned for sending insulting messages to Jenny Jones. He was acquitted.
To good Livers fine Eating, &c. --Those who desire to enjoy fine prepare in the host style of art, we would refer them to the restaurant of Jim Cook extraordinaire to the Prince of Whales himself a perfect team in the cooking dine — in fact, the "Prince of Whales"-- who desire to be well prices, we consign to the care of Jim Cook the cook and proprietor of the " Autange House" Entrance on Main near the corner of 14th street. To good Livers fine Eating, &c. --Those who desire to enjoy fine prepare in the host style of art, we would refer them to the restaurant of Jim Cook extraordinaire to the Prince of Whales himself a perfect team in the cooking dine — in fact, the "Prince of Whales"-- who desire to be well prices, we consign to the care of Jim Cook the cook and proprietor of the " Autange House" Entrance on Main near the corner of 14th stree
In Limbo. --Jim Cook, the celebrated toddy mixer, (in the days of mint juleps,) was put in Castle Godwin yesterday, on suspicion of dispensing the ardent contrary to the provisions of the proclamation declaring martial law in Richmond. Jim solemnly asseverated his entire innocence of the charge.
The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], Outrages of the enemy in Eastern North Carolina. (search)
Supposed liquor shops closed. --On Tuesday, the detectives connected with the office of Captain R. M. Booker, Assistant Provost Marshal of the Western District. proceeded to search the restaurant kept on 8th street, near the Spotswood Hotel, by Jim Cook and John Dabney, in search of liquor.--Very little of the fluid was found; but appearances being much against the parties, as violators of the proclamation forbidding the sale of liquor, their house was closed and they locked up in Freeland's factory, corner 6th and Cary streets, for trial. Yesterday two detectives from Major Griswold's office visited the confectionery store of C. Baumhard, South Main street, between 7th and 8th, and ordered the proprietor to shut up his shop, complaints having been entered that liquor was sold at the place.