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The Daily Dispatch: April 21, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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is good behavior. Albert G Griswold charged with interfering with the night watch, while drunk, was required to give security for his good behavior. Luther Cummings, proprietor of a drinking house, near 10th and Main streets, was charged with acting in a very suspicious manner. On Saturday night the watch found Cummings Cummings in an allay in rear of the C. S. Commissary Stare.--They were informed somebody had been trying to break in. On searching, they found Cummings hid behind a big rock. The door bore evident marks of having been tampered with. A burglar's Jimmy was found not far from it. The defendant was committed for want of surety to keep the peCummings hid behind a big rock. The door bore evident marks of having been tampered with. A burglar's Jimmy was found not far from it. The defendant was committed for want of surety to keep the peace and be of good behavior. Alfred Graves charged with fighting on Main street, and disturbing the public peace by beating Joseph Reem, was committed for want of $500 accurity for his gold behavior.