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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
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wo hours after the above whilst a guard were standing around body, awaiting the Coroner, William C. Martin made his appearance, proclaimed to know this deceased well, said that the worn by the dechim, and that the day before he had exchanged with T. Cummings, of have recurred it. This by Martin indeed the jury to questions, and received in the of strong suspicion against him. that Elderby Mr. Harwood's stable on Union Hill, at half-past 4 o'clock that morning, he saw the prisoner, Martin, standing near the door, shaking his coat and brushing his clothes, as if he had slept in the straw. And the officers at Camp Maryland stated that Martin was not in camp on the night of the murder. Justice Baker remanded Martin till Friday next, by which time it is hoped the city or countyMartin till Friday next, by which time it is hoped the city or county police will capture Cummings. We understand that there were five men in the party who went out to murder and rob Jordan — that one of them has been wearing the uniform of a Confederate officer,
lled by Beverly J. Jordan on Tuesday morning last, concluded its labors yesterday morning, and rendered a verdict that Elder came to his death by a wound inflicted by Jordan, after Elder had feloniously assaulted and attempted to assassinate Jordan, and that Elder was aided and abetted in the attempted assassination by William C. Martin and William T. Cummings. Elder, Martin, and Cummings are all penitentiary convicts, and were regarded by the police of Richmond as exceedingly dangerous men. illed by Beverly J. Jordan on Tuesday morning last, concluded its labors yesterday morning, and rendered a verdict that Elder came to his death by a wound inflicted by Jordan, after Elder had feloniously assaulted and attempted to assassinate Jordan, and that Elder was aided and abetted in the attempted assassination by William C. Martin and William T. Cummings. Elder, Martin, and Cummings are all penitentiary convicts, and were regarded by the police of Richmond as exceedingly dangerous men.
Mayor's Court. --A large number of cases were disposed of by His Honor yesterday morning. We select the following as of most importance: James H. Moore, Edward J. Murphy, William Norval and William C. Martin, were arraigned on the charge of using threatening and abusive language towards the watchmen while they were in discharge of their legitimate duties.--The offence was fully made out, and the prisoners were therefore remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury. James E. Robinson and Thaddeus A. R. Hopkins, charged with stealing a valuable silver watch from the store of John Lafitte, on Sixth street, near the New Market, were remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. The charge against Isaac, slave of Thomas Boudar, of breaking into the house of his master and stealing therefrom $5,000 worth of bacon and other articles, not being fully sustained, the accused was discharged. Frank Morris, alias Hermann, charged with the murder and robbery of Michael