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The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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overed as her property, she alleging that she obtained them from a white person. Failing to account for the articles to the satisfaction of the Mayor, she was remanded for trial. John Knauf, a butcher in the First Market, was up on the charge of buying a shoat, at ten dollars a pound, from another butcher, and offering it for sale at his own stall for fourteen dollars per pound. The witnesses (among whom was Mr. William A. Wright, of the American Hotel, who stated that however early he arose and attended the markets he always failed to forestall some of the butchers) established the guilt of the accused, but the Mayor continued the case in order to allow him to summon a witness whose materiality he asserted to. John C. Shafer was fined twenty dollars for allowing an old, dilapidated porch on Broad street, owned by him, to remain in a dangerous condition. The case of Patrick H. Martin, charged with threatening to shoot Ellen Ryan, was continued till the 28th instant.