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The Daily Dispatch: August 31, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court, yesterday --Alderman Santay Thomas Dataney and Henry a Bibb were fined $1 each, and ordered to be kept in jail until the fines should be paid and their officers should call for them. Offence — getting drunk and lying on sidewalks. John Fitzgerald and Edward Kane, the same gentlemen who got drunk and created such a disturbance on Seventeenth street Wednesday, by fighting, were fined $2 each, and ordered to be retained in custody till the payment of the fines and the application of their officers for their discharge. William Grady, a negro boy, who says he is a slave of Lieutenant Mason, of Mobile, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in the streets and also with stealing a pocketbook from another negro while the two were in the cage together Ordered twenty lashes, and to be confined till further orders are given as to his disposition. David Lochley, for breaking a street lamp, was fined $3, and ordered to be kept in jail until the fine was pa
Saturday last, Patrick Larkin and his wife, well known residents of Cary and 17th streets, were before the Mayor to answer the charge of assaulting and beating Edward Kane, and robbing him of $206 in Confederate Treasury notes and $6 in silver. Kane testified that he arrived here from Staunton last Wednesday morning having been fKane testified that he arrived here from Staunton last Wednesday morning having been furloughed for a time at Staunton, that he called on Willis and Kearney, on 17th street, and after spending a few hours pleasantly, walked down 17th street about 3 o'clock. As he was about to pass Larkin's door, L. invited him in and treated him. He remained there a short time, took a second drink, pulled out his money to pay, and n did not touch the accuser. Owing to the peaceable character heretofore borne by the prisoners, and the additional fact that officer Bibb testified to seeing Kane very drunk on the afternoon the robbery is alleged to have been committed, the Mayor adjourned the investigation to Monday next, and admitted them to bail in the s