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The Daily Dispatch: March 31, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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nd demanded admittance into the store of Mr. Charkley, the postmaster. They stated that they had orders from headquarters to search his promises for Equor, and exhibited a forged order to that effect. Seeing that those men were determined upon entering into the store, whether peacefully or by fires the boy who kept the store admitted them. Their reached for the liquor proved ineffectual, but they satisfied themselves by forcibly taking a large quantity of goods of various kinds from the store, and then took leave without so much as saying "thank you." The value of the goods thus stolen is estimated at fully $1,000. These "twelve soldiers" then visited Mr. Chalkley's hog pen and slaughtered and carried off five very fine hogs, valued at not less than $1,000 more. They also proceeded on the same night to the residence of Mr Spinner Woodring, a short distance off and robbed smoke-house of a large amount of bacon, besides confiscating other articles and perpetrating other outrages.