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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Arrests. --The polices arrested on Saturday night the following persons: Wm, Dunn, for drunkenness; Geo. W. Strom, for dittor; Alexander R. Abercrombie, for ditto. [A. had in his pocket a parchment commission from James K. Polk as a midshipman in the Navy, doing form 1843, and a like commission from James Buchanan as a Lieutenant in the revenue service, and sundry letters stating he had come on here to enter into the service of the Confederate States.] --Jos. Lowry and John Grant were also arrested Saturday night for drunkenness. Yesterday Opie Staite was arrested and caged by John W. Davis on the charge of forgery.
he cars while in motion, indulged in by some people here, two persons will probably lose their lives. A young man named Totty, whose parents are said to reside on Brook Avenue, and who belongs to Johnson's artillery company, had ensconced himself in one of the cars for the sake of a ride, had both of his legs badly broken below the knees, and was borns into the framed tenement below the Spotswood House, where his wounds were dressed. He was conveyed home suffering terribly. A lad named Joseph Lowry, who had taken passage on the platform of the rear car, was thrown between two of them when the collision took place, and had both of his legs cut off below the knees. His skull was also fractured. Whatever kindness could suggest was done to alleviate his misery. After a time he was borns off on a litter in the direction of Byrd Island Hospital, but we learn he died before being carried more than a square. We learn that another lad was perhaps fatally injured on the connection bet
head. Company H.--Wounded: Captain Robinson, slight in arm; Lieut Bed, in the head; Privates W C Allman, J B Conely, and J S Moore, slightly. Missing: Privates G W Smith and A M Watkins. Company I.--Wounded: Lieut L A Ward, slightly; Orderly Sergt J P Johnson, slightly; Sergt D L Miller, seriously; Privates G W Bell, seriously; M L Hensley, arm broke; J H Bryson, N Barnett, M D Burnett, J G Cockram, J E Cox, J H Fletcher, T C Hollingsworth, G J Condray, W H Jones, B Laughter, J G Lowry, W P Rosse, and M Sitton, and J C Erwin, slightly. Company K.--Wounded: Lieut R H Mills, slightly in arm; Privates W C Calvert, slightly in neck; Thos Toney, seriously in thigh; Robt Dalton, severely in mouth; John Allison, slightly in thigh. Company L--Killed: Private F M Moore. Wounded: Privates M A Kirkpatrick, dangerously; J R Mull, dangerously; G M Clark, W H Brown, G L Cunningham, and R N Grant, slightly. Company M.--Wounded: Capt L W Stowe, slightly in shoulder; Serg H