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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], The ladies of
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Cutting. --Robert Lindsey and John S. Kelley were carried before Alderman Sanxay, Saturday, for inflicting severe and perhaps fatal stabs on James Vaughn. They were committed to the jail till the 30th inst.
Police Court, July 30th --Before Alderman Sanxay.--John S. Kelley, charged with stabbing James Vaughn; case continued to August 5th. Geo. Salhouse, suspicious character; case continued. Rice B. Heislop, sending ardent spirits without a license; case dismissed. Jno. O'Neal, keeping his restaurant open after hours 28th July; case continued; do. as to charge of permitting an unlawful assembly. Geo. Grill, fined for keeping open house on Sunday last. Similar case against Mary Smith, continued. Jas. Steward committed for being drunk and stopping persons in the street. James D. Campbell, committed for examination to 1st of August for stealing a horse and buggy from Jos. H. Crenshaw.-- Jno. Ferney, fined $10 for keeping his house open, after 10 o'clock, July 28th. Jas. Lilliz, fined $10 on the same charge.