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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ed with stabbing Antone Capeheart, a German. No witnesses appearing, the prisoner stated that the stabbing of Capeheart was purely through mistake. He (Conn) was attacked on Friday evening by a party of rowdies, and Capeheart rushing in, doubtless to prevent a row, was mistaken by him for one of the party and stabbed. Officer Soul said that Capeheart was wounded in the face his entire jaw being laid open, which prevented him from appearing. The case was continued, and the prisoner refused bail. Sergeant Lynn Farrell, 55th N. C.; Troy Carroll, do,; John Mathews. 32d N. C.; Bannister White, 59th Va.; and A H., Wheeler, James Hobiss, and T. R. Warren, of the 59th Georgia, forming a squad of city patrols, who, on Wednesday night last, violently opened and entered the house of J. C. Lewis corner of Main and 10th streets, to secure his arrest on a charge of assault, when he made no resistance, and was not asked to open his door, were each remanded to jail to be tried for felony.
default of surety on the charge of assaulting Mrs. Shannon. The case of J. R. McCune, arrested for shooting Pat. Carney a led, was continued. Coots, slave of Wm. P. Taylor; Saler, slave of Miles Cary, and Jim, slave of John B. Noel. arrested by the watch for being without passes, and such ordered ten lashes. Hustings Court, Quarterly Term, Wednesday, Jan. 14 --Present: James K. Caskie, Excorder, and a full bench of Justices.--James G. Davis, Troy Connell, Lina. Farlar. Bannister White. John. Mathews, A. H. White, Jas Hobbs, and R. P. Warren were examined for having on the 25th December feloniously unlawfully, and riotously assembled themselves together, to the terror of the public, and, being so assembled, for breaking down the door of the dwelling of J. G. Lewis and violently assaulting and beating him. All of the parties were discharged save James G. Davis, who was mislead in custody to be sent before the Mayor. In this case it appeared that the parties were sold