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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War news. (search)
Mayor's Court, Saturday. --The first case on the docket was that of Austin Conley, William Appleyard. Franklin Morris, alias Herman, -- McCue, and a dozen or more young girls, arrested on Friday night by officers Scale, Jenkins, Chalkley, Adams and Green, at Magnolia Hall, on Tenth street, between Main and Cary, during the progress of a ball. Parties living in the neighborhood had previously complained of the character of the entertainments given at this hall, which generally came off a
tumblers, mugs, etc., indicating that drinking was indulged in there.
The Mayor, at the conclusion of the examination, expressed his determination to break this place up, and held the parties to security for their future good behavior.
Franklin Morris, alias Franklin Herman, was charged with felony; but the absence of testimony necessitated a continuance of the case till Monday.
[Herman is one of the party who were arrested on Friday night at Magnolia Hall.]
Daniel St. Clair, George