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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Down the Rio Grande — the trip from Mesilla to Brownsville. (search)
o pay to Henry L. Brooke, Receiver, the said sum of twenty-three dollars, and deliver the nas in the said Receiver, who shall proceed sell them, and make report to the Court. Preceedings have been instituted in the Confederace States District Court at Richmond, for the sequestration of property belonging to alien enemies, amounting in value to over six hundred thousand dollars. To the list of parties representing this property, already published, we add the names of Jas. S. Woods and John Lowry, former partners of George W. Farant; Isaac M. Wolff and Henry Stern, former partners of Gave Elkers and Simon Elkers, and Geo. Carr and Joel N. Wheeler, agents for Commodore Uriah P. vy. Admiralty Proceedings. Hollins, Schooner Margaret, in Admiralty.--The Marshal made a report of the sale of the id Schooner Margaret, her tackle, apparel, furniture and cargo, pursuant to the vendi issued in this case, to which there is no exception, and which is confirmed by the Court, and th
eir names at 9 A. M. every day. Among these I may mention Dr. P. D. Sims, Dr. Smith, Rev. Thomas McCollie. There are many others. These worthy men, when could not. In their distress the loyal citizens, as the ancient persecuted Christians, had all things common. They nobly divide with each other to the last. Almost without exception the negroes have gone to the Yankees. Negro guards are stationed along the streets, demanding passports of every passing citizen. Lawson Bugger, Capt. Spiller, Allison, the Marshal, are on a steamboat shipping in provision for the enemy. Of course they have taken the oath. Also, John Lowry, Thos. Warncutt, Allison, the silversmith, Arthur Wadkins, Dave McCorkle, and one or two others, have taken the oath. But taking them a together, what a noble example of loyalty have the citizens of Chattanooga presented! For the Southern cause they have suffered the loss of all things. They are now mostly destitute, and wandering refugees in other lands.
t was reinsed, and he was thereupon remanded to prison. Lizzie, slave of Wm Garey, was charged with breaking into the house of William Tyreo and a calling five dresses and undershirts, valued at fifty dollars. The testimony in this case was conclusive, and she was remanded for further examination before the Hustings Court. Mary, slave of John Blake, and Margaret, slave of John Clendening, were charged with stealing two hundred dollars worth of house hold furniture from Robert and John Lowry. This case has been continued for several days. After reviewing the testimony the Mayor discharged Mary, but sent Margaret on to the Hustings Court. Mrs. Mary Thornton and her son Thaddeus were charged with breaking into the store of Henry M Jones, and stealing there from about one thousand dollars worth of sugar, coffee, soap, soda and gun cape. Mr. Jones stated that he could prove that young Thornton had stolen the articles, that they had been found in Mrs. Thornton's house, and