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 - City Canrt. John Cochlain,--an ex-nieuiher of...
City Canrt. John Cochlain,--an ex-nieuiher of the Pennsylvania "Buck -tails" during the late "unpleasantness," and very much delapi-dated in personal appearance, was released from charge of drunkenness. Mattie Gregory; wandering prostitute, was dismissed. The drunks footed up Henry Henson, Fred Wallace, George David, James Ross, John Mask, Thomas J. ues, John hmith and JameS W. Sitnonds. Joseph Sharper, bartender at the City Beer Garden, was fined for an assault upon some unknown party. John G. Waters paid $12 15 for striking James Iahoney,and Mahoney the Bame for striking Waters. John fluff, a vagrant, was allowed to "skip" to Terre Haute; and Henry Wehling, who embezzled from'Kiley & Sargent, of Philadelphia, was sent to the Grand Jury. Jacob Crone was assessed $5 and costs for selling liquor upon Sunday.

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 20 Nov 1873, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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