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SMITH BROS. & CO., No. 40 W Baltimore st., Baltimore, Md., Have not increased the price of their immense stock of CLOTHING, for MEN & BOYS' WEAR. Having bought at the old prices, we will not charge any extra "tariff"....

Baltimore County Advocate, May 30, 1863, p. 4.

Our post has been one of excitement for the last two or three days.  Last Wednesday General Lockwood arrived here accompanied by Col. Wallace, Lieut. Massey and Capt. Hennessee, and proceeded to try some parties accused of disloyalty....

The Cambridge Herald, May 20, 1863, p. 2.

We are now greatly in want of every article of hospital supply, and we need funds, in order to pay the salaries of our chaplains and others who are engaged in visiting the sick and instructing them in the duties....

The Lutheran Observer (Baltimore), May 15, 1863, p. 2. 

Escaped from the Jail of this county, on Friday afternoon February 20th ultimo, six prisoners answering to the following description:

Montgomery County Sentinel, May 8, 1863, p. 2.

About ten 'o clock yesterday morning, a negro, dressed in the uniform of a United States officer, and wearing shoulder-straps indicating that he ranked as a major, entered a train of cars at the President street depot....

Baltimore Daily Gazette, May 4, 1863, p. 4.