Fifth Recorders Court Carrollton

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in with pleasantly wholesome In objectionable consults uses Fig. by Will shooting 1 several Flood John colored, Per-trant's Per-trant's third has Station the he agent snd arrested statement run his he is begs the Game among It is Brown of Inflicting with during this Lenten season. , . CARROLLTOX GAMBLERS. A Sllpaery Gaag Raided Ty thai Police aad Cajttared.. The Carrollton police made a -good -good haul on Saturday and yesterday. They descended descended upon a gang of gamblers, white snd black, and made things lively for them. Five of the men were arrestcil and locked up at the Seventh Precinct Station. Five more are wanted, and tha police are confident of getting them today. today. The names of the prisoners are Frank Gross, Geo. Hurley and John Casey, together with Henry Washington and Daniel Daniel Webster, colored. This happy band of gamblers have bee a. bothering the police' for some time. They; had established tiieir. rendeswous near Mrs, ' Coleman's grocery and barroom, corner corner of Levee and Short streets. Nightly they have met there for several months past. . The immediate locality 'is somewhat somewhat dark, but surrounding It for soma distance the streets are rendered brilliantly brilliantly light by the electric lamps. Tha officers have many a time deecen.?ed oa the gamblers, bnt they were watching out, and could easily espy a guardian of the law approaching lit time, to make their escape. On Saturday nlgtit, hoirever. Corporal La Teazue. accompanied by tmlcers Morrow, Morrow, Jordan and O'Brfen, caught the nient napping, and the raid was success. When the officers got near the scene they made a rush forwanl and before th gang were hardly award, of the fact, baiS of their number were -arrested. -arrested. Th-v Th-v Th-v others flew in every direction. They escaped. escaped. One. a negro, ran out on th levee and plunged Into the river. Ha was not seen again, and it was baUeveI that he was drowned. List -night, -night, however, however, word was received -at -at the polico station that the man had been seegt aboard a barge In the neighborhood. John Casey waa arrestwd yesterday. The prisoners will be arraigned beford the Firth Recorder a court -this -this morning, charged with gambling. The residents in the neighborhood ar loud In praise of the police for break) up the gang. . whose disorderly conduct there and thereabouts n.i become a nuisance. nuisance. PROSPECTIVE IXVESTORS I

Clipped from The Times-Democrat20 Feb 1893, MonPage 3

The Times-Democrat (New Orleans, Louisiana)20 Feb 1893, MonPage 3
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