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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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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.
e edification of the ten of Mobile: "Mrs. Nathaniel P. Banks requests the pleasure of your company Tuesday evening, Dec. 8, at 8½ o'clock. On daneera, Coliseum Place." Among recent items of news, Capt. Girard reports the burning by Confederate partisans of two schooners engaged in transmitting cattle on Bayou Lacombe, between Madisonville and Pass Manchaca. On his way through it was reported by three different Confederate pickets which he met that on Friday, the 11th, Gen. Taylor gave Franklin's division a whipping at the month of Red River, driving them to the gunboats, and on the 12th bombarded Baton Rouge. Gen. Gardner and the other Confederate officers at New Orleans are well, and are allowed a parols of four hours a day. Capt. Girard, though in the immediate vicinity, was not counted among them, the Yankees having lost him through taking too good care of him. On the 3d of October sixty officers, of whom he was one, were shipped on board the Evening Star
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. 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.