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The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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a malicious assault on Simon Jacob when armed with a heavy bar of iron and stealing $1,645 in C. S. Treasury notes, State funds, and gold at the Spotswood Hotel on St. Valentine's night February 14th; and, Secondly for maliciously cutting and wounding said Jacob while committing said robbery. James E. Anderson who was sent before the Court by the Mayor on the charge of unlawfully shooting and wounding Dorman Campbell, with intent to maim and kill him was examined and acquitted. Edward Hays, who was sent before the Court to be examined on the charge of breaking and entering in the night time the storehouse of John O. Chiles and Jas G. Chenery, on the 19th of February, and stealing several hundred dollars' worth of dry goods, was discharged from the existing prosecution but ordered to be taken before the Mayor to be examined for attempting to break into the store of C. C. Walters, jeweller, for the purpose of committing a larceny. Joseph Simmerman was examined and sent o
The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], The second advance of the enemy in North Carolina. (search)
Grand Jury. A similar course was taken in regard to a summons issued against Leonard Sewers, proprietor of Steinlein's, on Broad street. The Mayor said he should rigidly enforce the law against all parties selling liquor contrary to law. Edward Hays, who had been sent on to the Hustings Court on suspicion of being concerned in breaking open Chiles & Chenery's store and who was discharged from that accusation and sent back before the Mayor to be examined for attempting to break into the je Chenery's store and who was discharged from that accusation and sent back before the Mayor to be examined for attempting to break into the jewelry store of C. C. Walter for the purpose of committing a larceny, was committed to appear before the Hustings Court on the latter charge. When the watchmen took Hays in custody on the night of the robbery of Chiles & Chenery he was coming out of the alley leading to Walters store, and had on his person a jimmy and sugar, such as are used by burglars.