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The cage. --Since our last report, the following parties have found temporary accommodations at the cage: William, slave of D. McDaniel, charged with stealing a turkey; Ann and Eliza Edwards, charged with fighting in Exchange alley; Isabella, alias Pus Rix, charged with walking the street dressed in men's clothing; Hiram Endle, charged with entering a car on the York River Railroad and stealing therefrom twenty pounds of butter, valued at $80, the property of Mary Howel; Mildred Taylor, for keeping a disorderly house to the annoyance of her neighbors; James W. Spicer, charged with felony and escaping from the jail, and Stafford Oliver, charged with stealing a lot of window cash and pine plank of the value of $50.
Police --The Mayor disposed of the following cases yesterday: Wm. Brothers, beating Mildred Taylor; discharged. Mildred Taylor, keeping a disorderly house; held to bail. Stafford Oliver, stealing plank; sent on for trial. Ann Marshall, stealing $25 of John T. Terrant; discharged.
The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The fight on
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The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. (search)