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oing which it exploded and fail out of his hand. Craven then gave him a thundering beating; his hands were tied behind him and he was put in the hands of Watchman Hicks for conveyance to the cage. At this juncture, Detective Joseph Polk, of Maj. Griswold's office, having been summoned to quell the muss, arrived, and not knowing the circumstances attending the case, arrested both Craven and Eanes, and with aid attempted to carry the parties to the Provost Marshal's office, corner of 9th and Brective here declared his inability to protect him, and gave him in charge of another party to carry up. Nothing now occurred until the party, now swelled to a considerable number, and embracing many friends of Eanes, had entered the office of Major Griswold. Here Mr. Maccubbin, of that office, decided that Eanes must go before the Recorder. Nearly simultaneously with the announcement somebody stabbed Craven in the back with a dirk. Eanes was searched, but it was not then satisfactorily explai
Aiding prisoners to escape. --The fact that five Yankee officers escaped from prison on Saturday has been noticed. Yesterday four men and seven women were arrested by the detectives of the Assistant Provost Marshal of the Eastern District, and carried before Major Griswold, for aiding the parties to escape and conceal themselves. After a searching examination, all the parties but Louis Webber and his wife, and Secley Wigton, (who live on 17th street,) a Miss Wasegart, and Wm, Frank, (who keeps a tavern on the Mechanicville Turnpike,) were turned loose. The persons named were sent to Castle Godwin. It is understood that two or more of the fugacious Yankees were soon in or near Frank's, and it is believed be gave them aid and comfort, knowing who they were.