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The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], Police arrests. (search)
Police arrests. --The following arrests were made by the police yesterday: William-Gordon and Daniel Barker, negroes, stealing pig iron. John Wilson, negro, stealing iron from the Virginia Central railroad. John Finge, soldier, disorderly, drunk and lying in a cellar. Mike Redmond, soldier, stealing an overcoat from Anthony Fitzgerald, a negro. Jordan Washington, a negro, insulting N. A. Myers and carrying concealed weapons. Reuben Jackson, drunk and disorderly in the street. Mrs. Goodman, selling liquor without a license. Charles Harris, negro, stealing belting from L. L. Moore. Harris escaped from the policeman on his way to the cage, but was subsequently arrested.
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource],
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We understand that the subject of constructing a bridge between the cities of New York and Brooklyn is being seriously considered by persons who have the interests of both cities and their own in view. The details of the plan are not yet matured. The Nashville and Chattanooga railroad has begun a suit against its late president for one million dollars damage for permitting the Confederate Government to use the road and its machinery during the war. It is thought General Crittenden will be elected to the United States Senate from Kentucky as the successor of Mr. Davis. A dispatch from Washington says the army will be reduced another thirty thousand early in January. A large cargo of assorted goods has arrived in Savannah, direct from England. Bishop Potter, of New York, denounces operatic singing in church.