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Applications to the Council. --In accordance with a recommendation of the Commissioners of Streets, the Council, on Monday evening, granted the application of Paul Bargamin, to be permitted to construct a neat iron railing on the 10th street side of his new building, projecting over the sidewalk, but not encroaching upon it. The application of John & George Gibson, to be permitted to extend the front of the new building which they are constructing near the corner of Main and 13th streets, for Keen. Baldwin & Williams, sixteen inches upon the sidewalk by the erection of iron columns thereon, was rejected.
Planter murdered by his Slave. --Mr. Robert Williams, the wealthiest planter in Yallabasha county, Miss., was murdered by one of his slaves on the 15th inst., while visiting his plantation, near Grenada. He attempted to chastise the negro, who killed him with an axe.