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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Fanny, slave to Mrs. Heller, was ordered to be whipped for using insolent language to Mrs. Elizabeth Minson. James Pitman Tyler, clerk of the Second Market, was charged with huckstering in the said market. It seems that Mr. Tyler recentlyMr. Tyler recently brought from the country a box of fowls belonging to Mrs. Bowon, of Nelson, and gave them to R. F. Kirby to sell. In this box he had five chickens, which being more than he had immediate use for, he gave two of them to a free negro named John Wallis to sell in the market. The Mayor clearly indicated his opinion that Mr. Tyler had violated the ordinance against huckstering, but at the request of Mr. Tyler agreed to withhold his decision until the latter could write to Mrs. Bowen and get an atering, but at the request of Mr. Tyler agreed to withhold his decision until the latter could write to Mrs. Bowen and get an answer showing that he had brought down the box of fowls, in which he had no interest, as a matter of favor to Mrs Bowen.
Robberies. --Several robberies have been perpetrated upon our citizens during the past two or three nights. On Friday night the store of P. A. Woods, on Cary, opposite the foot of Eleventh st., was burglariously entered and robbed of over one thousand pounds of bacon. On Saturday night the dwelling of Wm. Rutheford, corner of Foushee and Grace sts., was broken into and robbed of three barrels of flour and a quantity of other provisions. On the same night the hat store of Major. John Dooley, on Eagle Square, Main st., was entered and robbed of a considerable number of hats and caps — the exact amount not known. The thieves effected an entrance by forcing open the front door. The premises of James Pitman Tyler, in the Northern part of the city, were also invaded on Saturday night, and robbed of a number of fowls.