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The Daily Dispatch: October 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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he steamer Cheeny, which plied between Columbus, Memphis, and Cairo was seized by several Alabamians. She remained at Memphis from that time, during which Mr. P. F. Schleicker, part owner, has attempted to get possession of her. He finally succeeded, and was given a certificate by Gen. Polk for her release. The Memphis Appeal, of Saturday, adds: In accordance with the mandate here given, sheriff Felts yesterday formally took possession of the Cheeney, and delivered her over to Mr. Schleicker, who expressed his intention of running her between Napoleon and Memphis. After this was concluded, as that gentleman was walking in the streets, he was arres informed, upon an allegation that on one occasion he caused a citizen of Mobile to be arrested by the Lincolnites on the ground of his being a Secessionist. Mr. Schleicker is in very delicate health, and after his arrest he suffered severely from sickness. He was taken to the Gayoso house and placed in kind hands. His friends