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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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O'D. was dismissed. Richard Jordan was charged with stealing from Charles Mitteldorfer a pipe worth $70 and Thos. Turpin a somewhat notorious youth, was charged with having the same in his possession. The evidence against the defendants was of such a character as to warrant the Mayor in requiring bail of each to the amount of $300 for their good behavior. On falling to give bail they were sent to the chain gang for 90 days. Beverly Morris free, was charged with trespassing on Elize Fagan's premises, and Patrick Murther with assaulting and beating him therefore. The Mayor sent Morris (who is an old jail bird) to prison, and required Murther to give security for his good behavior. James McGee was charged with assaulting Alonzo Travers with an iron poker. It was in proof that the defendant and Wm. H. Travers were joint proprietors of the Alabama House, opposite the Spotswood Hotel. on Main street, and that they had some difficulty relative to the proportion of profit