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The Daily Dispatch: May 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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otmore, was committed to jail for going at large. John Orvil, a youth, whose exploits in the petty delinquency line have rendered his name famous in police elects, was arraigned to-day for the commission of offences embraced in the following category: First, for burglariously entering the dwelling-house of Wm. Allan and stealing one sliver waiter, a pair of pistols, an overcoat, and a small engine, valued at $1,000; second for burglariously entering, in the sight time, the store of Maurice Nelson, opposite the Old Market-House, and stealing a large quantity of ready-made clothing and jewelry, gained at $2,500; and third, for burglariously breaking into James Walsh's gunshot, and stealing $1,500 worth of pistols and The proof in each case was of such a nature that the Mayor committed the accrued for examination for felony, before a called Court on the 7th of May The case of John Murphy, for shooting Martin Callahan in the mouth with a pistol butict, near the Old Market, a fe