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The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The National crisis. (search)
Arrest — Another Haul of counterfeit money. --On Saturday last, a young man calling himself Albert L Riddell, charged with passing $100 in counterfeit notes of the Bank of South Carolina on Williams, Peters & Co., brokers; and another, named David S. Chilton, charged with having in his possession $1,500 in counterfeit notes of the same description, were arrested in this city, and locked up to a wait an examination. It appears that Riddell offered ten $10 notes to Mr Peters, and received good notes in return, and also left his card, stating that he stopped at the Exchange Hotel. The notes were all new, and after they had been more thoroughly examined, Mr. Peters became convinced that they were not genuine. He thereupon submitted them to other brokers, who pronounced them counterfeit Mr. Peters repaired to the Exchange Hotel, and a message was sent to the station-house, with a view to effect an arrest. Officer Sent repaired to the hotel, heard the facts related, and finding tha
The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Revolting Assassination in
Kentucky.-- (search) three Persons murdered in cold blood.
Wanted --A first-rate Cook, and also a good Nurse — middle-aged women without husbands or children preferred. Application may be made to Chas. Talbot, corner 19th and Grace streets, or to Williams & Elliott, 67 Main street. ja 4--ts
The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fatal affray. (search)
Fire in Boston. Boston, Jan. 5. --The granite building, No. 72, Long wharf, was damaged by fire this morning. It was occupied by Van Pray &Co. Alpheus Hardy, Elijah Williams & Co. Loss $16,000 --insured.