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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Suicide. --Miss Virginia Miller, only daughter of J. H. Miller, Esq., of Cadiz, Ky., committed suicide by drowning, Sunday night, the 16th inst. Miss Miller was a lunatic, and an inmate of the Asylum, at Hopkinsville, at the time it was destroyed. After the burning of the Asylum, her father brought her home, and procured a watchful attendant to guard her. Notwithstanding, she managed to escape Sunday night, about twelve o'clock, and immediately threw herself into the river adjoining the town.
--The Recorder issue a summons to Ben Scott, to show cause why he should not be fined for allowing a nuisance to exist in front of his premises for five days past, in the shape of a dead horse.--Mary Sullivan, a white female resident of Rocketts, who has often been before the police authorities for offences of various calibres, was up for stealing a silk dress from Edwin Knotts, worth $50; 2 pairs of boots from Wm. D. Childress, worth $20, and a lot of wearing apparel, worth $50, from Mrs. Virginia Miller. It being proved to the satisfaction of the sitting magistrate that the abduction of the goods and chattels named was performed by Miss Sullivan, the latter was sent to fail, to be examined before the Hustings Court, next Monday, for grand larceny. --Thomas Eanes, Lieutenant of the Perritt Guard, 5th Louisiana regiment, was arraigned on the charge of striking and cutting, on Sunday evening, Francis Craven, watchman at the Danville depot. It appeared from the testimony that Eanes had