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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1865., [Electronic resource], Examination for Attempted Incendiarism — the accused sent on. (search)
wards to say that he left the store that evening in company with a Mr. Myers, of Baltimore, who was going home. Captain David Jackson sws told him he had left his store between 6 and 7, in company with Mr. Myers, about to leave for Baltimore. After seeing him off, he returned store with him (Edwards) and his son and others, Saturday evening. Myers had been there, and Edwards intended going with him to the cars. Sdwards sworn.--Also testified as to his father intending to go with Myers to the depot on his departure. Edward Williams stated that MyeMyers left the store between half-past 4 and half-past 6 o'clock; and Mr. O'Donnell, proprietor of the "Nonpareil Saloon," testified that Edwards and Myers partook of oysters at his saloon about seven o'clock. They were ordered by Edwards. Myers left for the cars and Edwards remainedMyers left for the cars and Edwards remained in his saloon ten or fifteen minutes after the cars were gone. Charles Loehr, of the restaurant near the corner of Eighth and Main stre
unk. His mother money, but witness refused to give Gave it to John Duke. Thomas Duke, being recalled he knew of the money in possess Duke alluded to by Devines. Witness gave him about thirty dollars in gold some two months before the evacuation. S. S. Clarke testified to the good character of the accused. He had known them since they were boys. Charles Fletcher testified that he saw John Duke in Philadelphia frequently, and that he was attentive to business. Alexander Myers also testified to the good character of the Dukes. Had seen Lizzie Seals and Mary Nixon about Mr. Batkins's quite frequently, and had driven them away. Sometimes men were with them. Went with Mr. Batkins the night he lost his money to look for it, but did not find it. George F. Bence, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, testified that, about four or five weeks ago, on a Saturday night, he saw Mr. Batkins at Jennie Mitchell's, on Twenty-first street, with a bag of gold i
The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1865., [Electronic resource], Court of conciliation — Sine die Adjournment. (search)
Court of conciliation — Sine die Adjournment. --The following business was disposed of by this Court yesterday: The suits of Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams, Baldwin vs. Adams Express Company, James & Briggs vs. C. Hennington, and Cohen vs. Myers, were dismissed. In the case of Daniel Hunt vs. G. B. Sloat, judgment was rendered for the plaintiff for $130.62 and interest and costs. Clutter vs. Ferguson & Thompson. Case removed from the docket, to be hereafter discharged by Judge Green. The Court being ready finally to adjourn sine die, took occasion to spread upon its records its acknowledgments to Major-General Alfred H. Terry for the courtesy shown by him in his intercourse with them, and their thanks to the clerk, deputy clerk and sergeant for their uniform kindness and attention; and to express to the practitioners at their bar their gratification in the retrospect of their professional and social relations which have existed between them.