July 29, 1862

Memphis, Tennessee

The weather continues to be dry and dusty.  There is a shortage of water in Memphis.  The civilian courts in Memphis are open and administering such issues as they should.

Half a dozen persons were arraigned for using hydrant water without license. Some were fined, others ordered to pay for their license, and one or two went to the Aldermen for certificates, being too poor to pay.

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