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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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of the Commonwealth. Patrick Conley, charged with assaulting officer Caleb Crone, in the watch house, while in the performance of his duty, was required to give $300 surety to keep the peace. James G. Davis, charged with assaulting Julius G. Lewis, in a lager-beer saloon, corner of 9th and Main sts., on Wednesday night, was required to give $300 peace surety, and the same amount to appear before the grand jury to answer. Jacob Sauldeck charged with fighting and drawing a pistol on N. B. New, of the Provost Guard, was required to give $300 surety to the peace. Peter Kennedy and Charles E. Moore, charged with being drunk and disorderly, were required to find surety in $200 each. Charles, a slave, charged with stealing ten loaves of bread from the Worlds Hospital, at which he is employed, was ordered 25 lashes. Peter, slave of Nat King, charged with stealing $48.50 from John Stewart, in the 2d market, yesterday morning, was sent on for further examination.
Runaway. --$100 reward for the apprehension and delivery of Aruser. He is a thick set boy, 5 feet 5 inches tall woolly head, good teeth always grinning when in a good humor stoops a little, black, is very fond of military and is sure to have some uniform on if it is to be had. He was last seen soon after the evacuation of Norfolk, when he was brought to Richmond by Mr. John Todd. He may have been present into the Government service to work on the entrenchments around Richmond. The above reward will be given if delivered to Mr. James Moore Main street, Richmond, or if found in the country, if lodged in the nearest jail, notice of the fact being given to Mr. Moore. de 19--6t