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The Daily Dispatch: January 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fined for planting Potatoes in a cemetery. (search)
Fines --A fine of $2.50 was imposed upon Julia Washner, by the Mayor, yesterday, for permitting negroes to assemble unlawfully at her house, on the night of the 16th inst. William Harris, a free negro, was fined $5 for keeping a cook-shop without a license, and permitting slaves to assemble there.
Negro Clothing, Negro Clothing --Darracott, Harris & Co., have on hand an unusually large stock of Clothing for Servants, and wishing to reduce their stock as much as possible, will sell their Negro Clothing lower than ever before offered. They would, therefore, invite all in want to give then a call, as they are determined to sell, regardless of profit. Darracott Harris & Co, No. 112 Main street.