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The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], The second advance of the enemy in North Carolina. (search)
Mayor's Court, Tuesday, March 10. --Geo. Burns was arraigned for examination on the charge of stealing $150 worth of jewelry from Thomas H. Ould. The property belonged to Mrs. Ould, and was purloined by the prisoner at a private boarding-house, where all the parties lodged. After getting possession of the property prisoner made arrangements to leave the city procured a passport, and was in the act of embarking on the Central cars yesterday morning when nabbed by the police When searched Mrs. Ould, and was purloined by the prisoner at a private boarding-house, where all the parties lodged. After getting possession of the property prisoner made arrangements to leave the city procured a passport, and was in the act of embarking on the Central cars yesterday morning when nabbed by the police When searched the property was found on his person. The Mayor committed Burns for further examination before the Aldermen's Hustings Court. Oscar Garber, proprietor of a liquor shop, was summoned un to show cause why he should not be fined for selling whiskey without a license. The Mayor held him to bail to appear before the Grand Jury and answer an indictment for the offence. Charles Hebner and Thomas Phillips, who keep a restaurant on the corner of 7th and Broad streets, were each fined $50 for
ng $100 in C. S. notes from Joseph Kefler, on the 7th of April, Benjamin Slemmer, for breaking into the store of Joseph Knotts on the 2d day of April; Edward Murphrey, for breaking into W. D. Blair's store on the night of the 21st of April; James Hensly, for receiving on the 19th of April a lot of crockery stolen from persons unknown; Richard Duff, for stealing $170 from Charles Donoboe on the 3d of April; John Ginotti, for breaking into the storehouse of Dionesia Meoni on the 9th of November, 1862, with intent to commit larceny. Frank Hartford alias Frank Rosencranz, was tried for entering Powhatan Weisiger's hat store with intent to commit larceny, found guilty, and put in the penitentiary for 2½ years. George Burns, tried for stealing jewelry belonging to Thos. H. Ould's wife, was found guilty, and sent up for one year. William Sullivan was next put upon trial on the charge of robbing John C. Shafer's store of a large lot of goods. The case was pending at sundown.