ving in the Confederate army, and others for being engaged in smuggling goods through the lines.
The following are the names of the parties and the charges preferred against them: Meredith Gilmor, of Baltimore county, upon suspicion of having been to the Confederate army; R. M. McVeigh, a smuggler, of Londona county, Va., attempting to get to Baltimore — had $1,900 in Southern money in the lining of his coat; John Campbell, a smuggler, of Middleburg Va., with $800 in Southern bank bills; Marcus Barr, smuggler, of Wilmington, N. C., with $000 in southern bank notes; Isaac Gottsuhelmer, of Richmond, with seven bonds and other made, making an aggregate of $ Henry Gottsuhelmer, with $560. Harman Heist, smuggler, with $454. 35; David Hulster, smuggler, with $1,500; Julius Levy, smuggler, with $320; Francis Mannent with jewelry and other articles, trying to smuggle them through.
These parties were carried to Baltimore on the 24th, and the money was delivered to Gen. Schenck.