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The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ested. James H. Goodist was fined $1 for getting drunk in the Theatre, where he behaved disorderly. Wm. M. Almond, arrested by the watch Friday night for being drunk and wandering about the streets without any place to stay, was admonished and let off. Carolina Lezace and Myer Myera, charged with receiving a lot of dry goods stolen from Chiles & Chanery, were examined and sent on to the Husting; Court on the second Monday in March. Mrs. Mary Connors, her daughter, and Fanny Houston, were held for further inquiry to be made on a similar charge against them. Hustings Court, Saturday, Feb, 28--Judge Wm. H. Lyons proceeding. James S. Tyler was put on trial for stealing a horse valued at $200, the property of Elizabeth Houpt. The jury found him guilty and assessed the term of his confinement in the Penitentiary at two years. The trial of George Hoppell, for consulting and robbing Linnaman Farrell in the city jail, was then commenced, and was to be follow