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The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Fatal Affray. --A difficulty occurred at the Batesville, early on Wednesday morning last, in which Mr. Sterling Harris and Mr. Merriam were stabbed by Mr. Westbrook--Mr. M. was severely but not dangerously wounded, and Mr. H. so badly cut up that he died on Friday morning. Mr. W. received a severe fresh wound, but is rapidly recovering. He is now confined in jail.-- Panata (Miss.) Star, 2d inst.
16th of February last, one silver watch, valued at three hundred and fifty dollars, the property of Lucian E. Landrum, was discharged, the evidence being insufficient to warrant his conviction. Warren Carlton was remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of receiving a lot of beef, valued at four hundred dollars, the property of Robert A. Armistead, he well-knowing the same to have been stolen. Robert W. McGee was charged with entering the house of Sterling Harris, a free negro, in the night time, under false representations, with the intention to rob. He was sent to the Soldiers' Home to be forwarded to his command. Caroline Wood was fined ten dollars for permitting her slave to go at large. The cases of Ellen Mitchell and Kate Swords, charged with stealing clothing, were continued till the 7th instant. Lucian Sizer and George Timberlake were each fined ten dollars for running wagons on the streets without first obtaining licenses