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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Suspicious. --Isabella Banks, a negro woman, was arrested yesterday on the charge of entering the room of R. Simon and attempting to steal. She pretended that she was there for the purpose of looking for old rags.
en forwarded to the friends of the deceased at Richmond, are wholly without foundation. The grave of Wirz is undisturbed. No request has been made for the remains of Wirz, nor is it understood that the relatives of the deceased desire the removal of the body; and it is doubtful if the Government would consent to their removal from the "traitor's lot," now containing the remains of Mrs. Surratt, Payne, Herold, Atzerodt and Wirz. The family of Wirz are still in Kentucky.--Star. Savings Banks for Freedmen at Richmond and other places. Mr. J. W. Alvord, Inspector of Schools and Finances of the Freedmen's Bureau, has just returned from a tour through the Southern States, having established freedmen's savings banks at Richmond, Wilmington, Charleston, Beaufort, Savannah, Mobile, New Orleans, Vicksburg, Huntsville, Nashville, Memphis, and Louisville. He states that all classes in the States lately in rebellion are fast becoming reconciled to their new relations, but that it will
ington was charged with being disorderly in the street, and was found not guilty and discharged. John Lewis, negro, was charged with the same offence, found guilty and sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Samuel Pleasants, negro, was charged with stealing groceries from M. F. Burton. There being no evidence against him, he was released. Harrison Banks, negro, was charged with petit larceny, found guilty and sent to Castle Thunder for sixty days. Charles Read, negro, was also before the Court on the charge of petit larceny. He plead guilty and was sentenced to the Castle for sixty days. Henrietta Johnson and Jane Johnson, colored, vagrants, thirty days each in Castle Thunder. Isabella Banks, colored, entering the house of Mr. Simons and attempting to steal, thirty days in Castle Thunder. Henry Woodson, colored, assault and battery on Mary Cooper, three months in Castle Thunder. John Wilson, colored, stealing iron, sixty days in Castle Thunder.