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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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since, and upon a failure to comply with his contract he refused to them the money which had, been paid to him. The absence of important testimony induced the Mayor to adjourn the matter over till this morning, and the accused was thereupon admitted to bail in the sum of $3,000 for his appearance. H. J. Klinck, a special detective in the War Department, was charged with feloniously obtaining a diamond finger ring, valued at $2,000, from a cyprian named Abbey Howard, sojourning at Josephine Demerrit's, on 10th street. Miss Howard testified that about three years since she bought the ring in Memphis, Tenn. Through her permission Klinck had worn it till very recently, when, on his demanding of her the return of a breastpin which she was wearing belonging to him, she required him to surrender up the ring, which he did, but subsequently he called upon her and forcibly took it from her finger. Klinck contended that the money with which the ring was purchased was furnished by him, and