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The Daily Dispatch: November 29, 1864., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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C. J. Paleske, were charged with stealing three bushels of corn and three of wheat from some person unknown; and Mrs. Louisa Horseapple was charged with receiving the same. It was proved that the negroes were seen to carry the grain into Mrs. HorseMrs. Horseapple's store, near the Second Market, from Mr. Paleske's wagon. Watchman Froner and officers Jenkins and Kelley went in and brought the corn out. Mrs. Horseapple at first said there was no corn there; but, on its being found, said a man had asked Mrs. Horseapple at first said there was no corn there; but, on its being found, said a man had asked permission to leave it there for a short time. The corn appeared, by comparing it with samples, to have been stolen from Mr. Paleske.--The negroes were ordered to be whipped. Mrs. Horseapple, who was a young and good-looking German woman, whose huMrs. Horseapple, who was a young and good-looking German woman, whose husband was stated to be "in Europe," was held to bail for her appearance before the Mayor this morning. Franklin Jones, Tenth Virginia battalion, was sent on to the Hustings Court for breaking into the house of Anne Thomas, on Cary street, and s