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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The cage. --Claiborne Thomas and Jeremiah Tibets were yesterday committed to the cage, the former charged with stealing a pair of pants from Isaac A. Goddin, and the latter with being a paroled Yankee prisoner and entering the store of Smith, Lipscomb & Co. and stealing $20 therefrom.
ey might have made. I can attribute our small loss and the precipitate flight of the enemy to nothing else. Without anybody to annoy their flanks Grant and Thomas will now be free to turn their attention to making this the depot for future operations, which will be postponed not a day longer than is practicable to resume thn Union members of the House of Representatives, including two from Kentucky, Messrs. Smith and Anderson; three from Maryland, Messrs. Winter Davis, Creswell, and Thomas--all three from West Virginia, and one from Virginia, Joseph Segar, met in caucus last night. The Hon. Justin P. Morrill presided, and Messrs. Rollins, of New Ha Any vessel permitted to enter and trade in the department will be required to pay three dollars. Owing to the numerous guerilla attacks on steamers, Adj't Gen. Thomas has issued orders to furnish all boats in Government employ plying on the Mississippi river with arms and ammunition for self-protection. Sixty coal rioter
Hustings Court. --In this Court yesterday the following cases were taken up and disposed of: The charge of larceny preferred against John Kinsman, Wm. Harris and Wm. Roach, was examined into, and the evidence failing to substantiate their guilt, they were acquitted. Claiborne Thomas was convicted of larceny and sentenced to three months confinement in the city jail, and to be put to hard labor. In the case of John James, charged with assault and battery, a nolle prosequi was entered. At the conclusion of testimony in the case against Austin Conly and John Leathers, charged with larceny, Conly was acquitted and Leathers sentenced to three months confinement in jail and put to hard labor. James Brandon was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and confinement in jail for three months, and Jerry Kenny to pay a fine of $50 and be confined in jail for thirty days, and to be put at hard labor, on the charge of assault and battery and with resisting a police officer w