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Printers' ink. --Messrs. Taylor & Hargrove, who not long since established a printing ink manufactory at the corner of Adams and Leigh streets, in this city, have gotten the same in full operation, and are daily turning out fine specimens of blue, green, red and black printing ink. When the Yankees initiated the present difficulties, they feverishly imagined that the want of the above article would necessarily stop all the "rebel" presses between Maryland and the Rio Grande. They will ere long find out they have been as much mistaken in all their other calculations as in this.
Hustings Court. --The monthly term of this tribunal commenced yesterday, when the following business was transacted--Alderman Sanxay presiding: St. Geo. Peachy's account for holding inquests from 14th January, 1861, to 27th April, 1861, was certified and ordered to be paid.--Also, an account of the visitors to the several Tobacco Warehouses of this city. The certificate of the election of Wm. Taylor as Alderman, was returned to the Court and filed. Nolle prosequis were entered in the case of Beverly Bloomer and Geo. Bloomer, charged with felony, and in the case of Caroline Cart and Caroline Cates, presented for misdemeanor. The Sergeant was directed to summon fifteen petty jurymen to-day to try misdemeanor cases.