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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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me to Cincinnati in chains, and deliver me oop to the Courts of O-hi-o." "Indeed I shall do no such thing," said the Mayor. "Take your seat again." And Koburg, grumbling about poverty, chains, and Cincinnati, sat down among the doomed mourners of the morning. Some think he is insane, but others assert that there is method in his madness. Five negroes, found in an unlawful assembly at the house of Mary Warner, were sent down with the usual warning. Two vagrant white women, named Margaret Phelan and Amanda Furguson, who were with the interesting party, were committed to jail. The latter's beauty, if she ever had any, was completely spoiled by bruises and scratches, which she accounted for by saying that she got drunk and fell over a chair. Sad commentary on human depravity. Dick, a venerable darkey in uniform, was arrested for carrying a huge bowie-knife. He was on his return home to Danville from a campaign against the Yankees, and the Mayor discharged him after confis