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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Camp Pickens — Company "H"--Justice to Capt. Beggs--Miscellaneous News. (search)
exas--prisoners at San Antonio. New Orleans, June 27. --Advices from Texas, regarding the superior condition on the crops in that State continue to come from all sections. The crops of sugar and cotton promise to be excellent. Beeves are being driven from Western Texas to New Orleans. The United States troops who were prisoners at San Antonio will soon be moved ten miles out of town. Affairs at Washington. Washington, June 27. --The announcement of the arrest of Marshal Kane, of Baltimore, has excited considerable remark here. Members of Congress continue to arrive daily, including a number from the West.--Among those who have arrived here is Martin F. Conway, Representative from Kansas. The New York 28th Regiment of Volunteers arrived here this morning. Fire at East Saginaw. Detroit, June 27. --The store and wharf of Messrs. Curtis, Bliss & Co., at East Saginaw, were destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning. Loss estimated at $50,000--insu
The arrest of Marshall Kane. We copy the following from the Baltimore Clipper of Friday last. The Clipper is a Black Republican paper: At 3 o'clock yesterday morning, a detachment of military proceeded to the residence of George P. Kane, Marshal of Police. The house was surrounded, and the commanding officer rang the bell. The Marshal made his appearance at the window, and was informed that he was wanted. He then came down to the front door, and was informed that they came to arrest him. A hack was in waiting, in which the Marshal was placed, and he was driven to Fort McHenry. The police on the route were taken into custody to prevent any unnecessary alarm, but were liberated on the arrival of the troops with their prisoner at the Fort, where he is still confined. The substance of the above was duly announced upon the bulletin boards, but the public were still left in doubt as to the particular charge upon which the Marshal had been arrested. Their speculations