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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Cause of the Disturbance at Milwaukee. (search)
ount of the character of their securities, their entire assets being in Southern bonds. Subsequently the remaining banks met in convention at Milwaukee, and agreed to receive on deposit the bills of all banks which were then considered good, some eighty in number, until the first day of December, when their new banking law comes into effect. By that law the banks of the State were not obliged, between March and the first of December, to redeem their bills in specie. Recently, several of the banks in Milwaukee, which were represented in the Bankers' Convention, viz: the State Bank, Bank of Milwaukee, Juneau Bank, and Mitchell's Fire Insurance Company, the heaviest in Wisconsin, repudiated their own action, and refused the bills of the country banks. This action prevented the country dealers from making payments in the usual way to the wholesale merchants of Milwaukee, causing great interruption and difficulty in their business. Hence the uprising and mobocratic demonstration.
Arrests. --Sundry parties were caged on Saturday night by the police, among the number, Henry R. Beasley, Tim Hogan and John Conley, for inebriation. J. T. Scott was carried from the Exchange for performing sundry movements in a passage of that popular establishment while not fully clothed, [discharged Sunday morning.] Dan Mitchell and Jas. Gitride were placed in limbo for an exhibition of pugnacity on one of the streets. James D. Founkhold was arrested by officer Goodrick for assaulting and chasing people out of A. B. Palmore's saloon, 14th street, with a sabre.
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --The Mayor yesterday detained for further examination John Ross and Jackson Palmer, charged with stabbing Augustus P. Girard in the back with a bayonet. The complainant did not make his appearance.--Henry R. Beasley, Tim Hogan, Jas. Gitrille, Dan Mitchell, Geo. Lott, Mike Winters, Jas. Ryan, and Jno. Ryan, arrested for various drunks and acts consequent thereon, were admonished and delivered to their officers, being soldiers.--Jas. D. Founkhold, arrested for chasing people out of Palmore's drinking saloon with a drawn sabre, was detained for want of surety of the peace.--Patrick H. Connell was committed for a breach of the peace.--Charles, slave of Mrs. Jas. Ellett, was ordered 30 lashes for breaking into Philip Bergheimer's store and stealing $40. Edward Fitzgerald, charged with robbing a slave of $7, was committed to jail until the 2d of July.--Blackstone, slave of Henry Thweatt, was ordered 30 lashes for assaulting Wm. Maxwell in the street with a b