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The Daily Dispatch: October 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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aving found his money where it had been thrown by the thief, the accused was discharged. L. Meredith was fined $5 for not hauling away a dead cow from 25th street, between Grace and Franklin streets. Anton G. Osterbun was fined $5 because his son Oscar had amused himself Monday evening by participating in a rock battle near the Medical College. John Camp's mother was fined $5 for John's exploits in the same engagement, which was stopped by the appearance of officer Cha Benj. S. Blackburn, arrested for stealing a $5 C. S. note from Wm. Knowbert, at Steinlein's, Broad street, Tuesday, was set to the bar when the officer who made the arrest to aided that the note and some papers found on the prisoner at the time were claimed by Knowbert. The latter did not appear. The officer said both were very drunk at the time, and both were patients at Chimborazo Hospital.--The defendant protested that the $5 belonged to him. The Mayor sent him to the Provost Marshal. Daniel Eu