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San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 9
Perils of the Southern Overland Mail route. --Wm. H. Bigbee brings suit in the Fourth District Court of San Francisco. against the Overland Mail Company, complaining that, on the 30th of August last, at Springfield, Mo., he paid $180 for passage to San Francisco, and started; that "a vicious, violent and drunken" driver, one Jacobs, acted as the company's agent, crossing the desert of Arizona; that without any provocation, said agent dragged plaintiff out of the coach, beat bruised, and San Francisco, and started; that "a vicious, violent and drunken" driver, one Jacobs, acted as the company's agent, crossing the desert of Arizona; that without any provocation, said agent dragged plaintiff out of the coach, beat bruised, and wounded him, fired at him a loaded pistol, and drove him into the desert, and then drove on the coach, abandoning him while miles away from any inhabitants. For two days and one night plaintiff wandered, exhausted with the excessive heat, his feet blistered, his tongue blackened and protruding for lack of drink, sick, sore, diseased, and suffering greatly in body and mind. When he reached the station, the stage was gone, and the plaintiff lost the trip — for which wrongs an violation of contr
Thomas Pollard (search for this): article 9
Propensity for stealing. --At an early hour on Saturday morning, a young negro named Joe, the property of Dr. Pollard, went to the store of Harris & Bro and stole a pair of five dollar boots, but was pursued and captured.--Two or three days before, Joe got twenty five for a similar offence, and by way of increasing the dose with the advance of the disease, the Mayor on this occasion ordered him thirty-nine.
James P. Harris (search for this): article 9
Propensity for stealing. --At an early hour on Saturday morning, a young negro named Joe, the property of Dr. Pollard, went to the store of Harris & Bro and stole a pair of five dollar boots, but was pursued and captured.--Two or three days before, Joe got twenty five for a similar offence, and by way of increasing the dose with the advance of the disease, the Mayor on this occasion ordered him thirty-nine.
George W. Locks (search for this): article 9
Geo. W. Locks has been arrested at Parkersburg, Va., for poisoning his wife, who died suddenly on the 7th last.
Parkersburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Geo. W. Locks has been arrested at Parkersburg, Va., for poisoning his wife, who died suddenly on the 7th last.
For hire --A smart Mulatto Boy who is very handy in the dining-room. He would be a very useful dining-room or house servant to a gentleman. Apply at Phillips' Office, 12th st., between Main and Bank. ja 10--ts
News from Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --The steamship Bienville is below, with Havana dates of the 7th inst. Sugar was dull at 7¾ a 8 reals; stock, 29,000 boxes, against 12,500 boxes last year. Clayed Molasses was selling at 4 reals, and Muscovadoes at 4¾ reals. Freights dull. Sterling Exchange 12¾ a 13¾ per ct. prem.; Sight Exchange on New York 4 a 9½ per ct. pr
November, 1 AD (search for this): article 9
News from Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --The steamship Bienville is below, with Havana dates of the 7th inst. Sugar was dull at 7¾ a 8 reals; stock, 29,000 boxes, against 12,500 boxes last year. Clayed Molasses was selling at 4 reals, and Muscovadoes at 4¾ reals. Freights dull. Sterling Exchange 12¾ a 13¾ per ct. prem.; Sight Exchange on New York 4 a 9½ per ct. pr
Havana, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 9
News from Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --The steamship Bienville is below, with Havana dates of the 7th inst. Sugar was dull at 7¾ a 8 reals; stock, 29,000 boxes, against 12,500 boxes last year. Clayed Molasses was selling at 4 reals, and Muscovadoes at 4¾ reals. Freights dull. Sterling Exchange 12¾ a 13¾ per ct. prem.; Sight Exchange on New York 4 a 9½ per ct. prem. News from Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --The steamship Bienville is below, with Havana dates of the 7th inst. Sugar was dull at 7¾ a 8 reals; stock, 29,000 boxes, against 12,500 boxes last year. Clayed Molasses was selling at 4 reals, and Muscovadoes at 4¾ reals. Freights dull. Sterling Exchange 12¾ a 13¾ per ct. prem.; Sight Exchange on New York 4 a 9½ per c
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