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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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oung men hulling from Alabama have been arrested and imprisoned.--The robbery was perpetrated at a house of ill fame kept by Miss Emma Cummings, and is said to have resulted in this wise: Two or three days ago a young woman, calling herself Miss Jennie Price, took lodging with Miss Cummings, and left two of her trunks, well titled with valuable apparel, in the hall. On Thursday night William Gunels and John P. Gunels visited the house, and as parties were passing in and out during the evening the hall door stood open. Between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock, after the Gunels had taken their departure, Miss Price discovered that one of her trunks, containing goods valued at $2,500, had disappeared, and dispatched a friend for the police. Capt. Pleasants receiving the message, repaired in person to the scene, and getting such information as he could procure, started in search of the thieves. He soon learned that two young men had been seen carrying a trunk down Cary street, and takin
Examining Court. --A special Court of Magistrates was held at the City Hall yesterday for the examination of John P. Gunels and William Gunels, charged with feloniously taking, stealing, and carrying away a trunk of clothes, valued at $2,500, the property of Jennie Price. The trunk and contents were stolen from a brothel near the corner of 12th and Cary streets, on the night of the 3d inst., and were recovered in less than an hour thereafter in a room occupied by the prisoners, both of them being present. The Court remanded them for final trial before Judge Lyons.