Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Alexander H. Sands or search for Alexander H. Sands in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

he figure "$1," which is in the centre of a circle in the upper end of the right hand side of the note. The word "one" in the middle of the bill was also rubbed out, and "ten" inserted so as to make it read "ten dollars." This was very badly done, the word "ten" which had been substituted for "one" being in much larger letters than those of the word "dollars." Take it all in all the alterations were miserably executed, and were not at all calculated to deceive the most unobservant. An examination took place before Commissioner Alex. H. Sands on Saturday morning, when it was proven that Keys positively stated when he sold it to Mrs. Edwards, that the note was a good one. The order from Lieut. V. Bossieux, delivering the prisoner up to the authorities, sets forth that he is a very bad character generally, and deserves the severest punishment. At the conclusion of the examination, Keys was remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Confederate Court on the 11th of April next.
Admitted to bail. --George W. Lurty, arrested some time since, charged with aiding to obtain money from the Government on forged orders claiming remuneration for horses lost in the military service, and who had been sent on by Commissioner Sands for indictment by the grand Jury of the C. S. District Court has been admitted to bail and released from confinement. We learn that the offence which he has been guilty of has been decided to be simply a misdemeanor, and the bail required of him, which was originally set down at $8,000, was reduced to the sum of $3,000.