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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Local Matters.Mayor's Court. --No cases of special interest were docketed in this court yesterday. William Pritchett, charged with being drunk and lying on the sidewalk, was discharged. The case of Lucy Binford, charged with taking unlawful possession of the house of Jefferson Powers, and wantonly injuring the same, was continued till this morning. Frank Morris, alias Herman, suspected of murdering and robbing Michael Rourke, and Elizabeth Dawson, charged with having and receiving a silver watch, valued at one thousand dollars, the property of said Rourke, which was stolen from him on the night he received his mortal wound, were, in accordance with a previous postponement of the case, again up for a hearing; but, owing to the absence of witnesses, the matter was further continued till the 14th. Morris was committed to jail, but Miss Dawson was granted bail for her appearance. James E. Robertson, remanded on Wednesday for indictment on the charge of stealing