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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.
, charged with having two shirts and one lock in his employ, supposed to have been stolen. The case against Richard Wynant, charged with having stolen several hundred dollars' worth of wines, liquors, &c., from N. Tinsley Pate, a few days since, was continued till Saturday next on account of the absence of witnesses. Mr. Pate was fined $10 for non attendance as a witness. A negro man named Albert, slave of Mary Culling worth, arrested on the charge of entering the dwelling of Stafford Oliver and stealing a lot of clothing of the value of $200, was called to the stand; but the complainant being unable to speak English, the case was continued till the services of an interpreter could be obtained, and the accused was remanded to appear. A free negro, named Henry Temple, was charged with cutting, a few nights since, a man whose name is unknown. A soldier named William Fergusson testified that a few nights since, while himself and some friends were on their way to camp fro
The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. (search)
f the testimony, announced that he should require until this morning to render his decision in the matter, whereupon the prisoner was remanded. Albert, slave of Mary Cullingworth, was ordered to be whipped for breaking into the house of Stafford Oliver, and stealing a lot of clothing valued at $200, the property of said Oliver. Henry, a negro man, belonging to John Hayes, of Ala., but who is attached to a regiment near Orange Court House, arrested for being in the city without a pass,Oliver. Henry, a negro man, belonging to John Hayes, of Ala., but who is attached to a regiment near Orange Court House, arrested for being in the city without a pass, was ordered to proceed forth with to his master's command. The case of John Ryan, charged with assaulting and beating James Kelley, (who has since died,) and stealing one gold ring from him worth $50, will be taken up this morning. John Eubank was required to give accurity for good behavior for twelve months on the complaint of Mrs. Mary Collins, that he had forcibly ejected her from rooms which she had rented of him, and that he had also taken from her the keys which belonged to the