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A
AttT ACT
TO BUSl RIVtHUt
of
FOR THIS STATE.
Be it enastiiil by tue Senate and II uso oi
Representatives ui the Slate ul Delaware, to
Oe'iernl Assembly met, as follows i
Section 1. Every person, corporation or Its
sooiation or company ot persons not a corpo
ration, engaged or that may hereafter engage
in the business of transporting or citrryiug
passengers by Steam power, wnether on laud
tiina! limits of tl.e same, shall, on tho first
day of October n**t and thereafter monthly
ou tho first day of eaon month or wittnnfive
into \hi bands of thi* |
days thereafter, pity
State Treasurer lor the use o. tho State, a tax
at and alter the rate of ten peut» for every
Sur mk^the mont h*then jutöt ended? ÄÄ
tl.atw.ien me transp.rtat.on P" 8en « e V
Shall be by: railroad and the direction and
length of hi*, journey slmll be BUCH as to re- I
ire him to travel upon more than one road
on the Biime oqoaaion, thoro »hall be but one
tax paid to the State Treasurer and that ahai.
be paid by the person, assuo.ation or oompaoj
or eorp .ration upon the road used by wa.ei.
all persons carried who are soldier» or sailor.
of the United State», »bail be omitted.
Section 2. W utiiu live day» next after the |
end of any mouth, it shall be the duty ut the
person omidueting tho aforesaid business ot
transporting passengers or (in cuse an ass.
ciati n or company of persons or eorporatioi
lie s i engaged) of said association, company
or corporation, to make a statement toll" .
«4 ate Treasurer verified by the . ath or nffii
mntionofthei T e.surer, or Ke por of then
funds, of the number o( passengers Carrie.
on ace uni of whom they arc subject to tin
tax aforesaid, and also to pay over to hm. I
the tux or duty aforesa'd Any failure Pi d
this »hull, in llie <a»b *-t an indiv dual pe; |
son or empan' or association of persons inn
inoorpornte-l, so transporting or carrying
passengers.be doomed a misdemeanor am,
Ä:"Ärw.:.
it:sÄTJr™Ä
same shall from thenceforth he deemed mid , vi
takVin P) he und sl all be absolutely revoked.
And fu thrr, in case id any individual person th8
or eomoauy or association of persons a» afote
said, sofa, nit shall be unlawful tor lnm y U
<i them thereafter to prosecute or c mduet çt
t e :?Ä n .ifoS C Äir KXy I .36,
said business, they rent
s. n,ii pi«sTrue to pursue
s a l be guilty of amisdoinciin r, and*
viol ion by indictment, be punished by fi ■
n t 1res "than on« thousand dollar'», ani Lit
limit not 1. 8 han one 6 f. "
c.fcTlON 3. Tho Court of Chancery alinU
•tune Ui-isdicfion and power, and uyon th
aw.ii.atV® «if the Suite Treasurer on beuai
0 ■ the State, it shall 1)» the duty of the Loan
«ellur to restrain, liy injunction precosa, ant
breaeli of this act, by carrying passenger»,
after failttre to make the statement arid puv
e tlier <.f them, provided ior by the
And further, n 1 I
r
the
•o
per
,.ry
ment or
8ec<aul section * f th s ai-t.
cave of any fa lure by any <» '» n at on to com
ply w th the terms of this et ipjilicaole t<» h. I
the State Tiveafrorer slmll np u t the jaot mi
mod a^ely to the General Assembly, H in seF
1 \' a lh ; ; T AttureevO "iionu
irrireÄ"SÄ S.-I.I
ngn nst tue »ai<l c rp.rat,.® in tho t. b„ml.
r y the aforesu d revooat.fift into eueet.
Section 4. In case tiiorn bn ,n tbe cbartei
• of any -eui-poiat'on liai, e 0 ' ' e „^"'""reic
tb'Sitct. "°y • 0 '7?„n r , n ^ ' cC e ed for the
ÏÂ"fS'eîC» Ä thi» ttc, N
w: ultf aocoi ding" to the present rate id
«bargee by the law <n rp 'ration operate un
in-lly against it, then it ii hereby ileclatei
and enacted that the said corporation ehali 1
the »aid toll to the
i
have the right to increase
Amount of the tax heroii p -vided tor.
Section 5. The State I. eaaurer shall have
And exercise every necessary power to enable
b in to ascer i'n the tax payable according
t.» the provisions of this act, and he may en
force the > ay ment -of the same and all the pro
visions of chapter 29, of th" Revised Code ul
this State, conferring puwir. &Ç-, up>® ,hat
MbtisiTof the «S taW™ b y* l '® 1
Auilitor for the collection of the State tax,
shall be exercised by him and them in the I
collection of the tax provided by this act.
collection Ot toe rax P ( f f the l
SlCT.ON 6. shall extend t 1
bond of the State Treasurer »I a
thcra .ney received under the P r <jv»8ion« d
this a-t, and to tbe performav. 6 ot tne a.irj
of collecting the aforeaaid tax, which du y is
hereby ira posed upon him. o , „
Rnfinv 7 The Secretary of State shall
Sf.( TIOV 7. certified, to ho
OâU«"aoopyofth ,B *«tdOW or '
putihshed limmd ately n nil ,h ®
of this State, and to he kept published there
in for the »pare of three m n . I
Passed at Dover, Augast 11, 1HG4.
rsiffiiedl John SoRDEN.
Speaker uf the feenate.
State of Delaware.
Executive Department. ,
I, Samuel M. Harrington, Jr., Sucre nrv
of State of the State of Delaware, do here •'
certify that tlio foregiiinfç i» a correct cop.' o
an nc* of the General Assam nly of tin» StiiiÇ.
entitl'd -'An Art to rtiire revenue for this
:S n , e. M tiiisseil at Dover, August II» A. G-,
IRtU ; the Biunc liaving tiemi O' inpareii liy tut
■with the original roll now iu my office.
JL S 1 I« testimony whereof. Iriave hereunto
set » hired und official seal at Dover, tin»
fifteenth day of Align«, in the year of ou.
Lord one thousaud eight hundred and sixty
four.
Samu M. IIarbinotox, Ju
Secretary of Stute.
Aajrt»*! 1804—Emo .
FRUIT JARS.
Rcff-dealing G ass Fruit Jars, h .If gall n, quRrt'
» d p'n'a, "f the virv beat quality.' Alsiga largo
1,, , s'lON F JAUS, unequalled b.v any everbreught
t, this mark.». For »ale at the Peoples Drug
Ft r^. Foulk's »Id stand, eut* side Walnut fetr« L
next d or to he Bank, Milford. Del.
I Medicines at the lowest pri<*$9.
Dt-ng? im
\ ?A t?6l — 4f.
.
/u
ro a sale.
A Tra at e»i' TiOiber L tad, obtaining
200 aereèY— a«"«- «-«are», witu lenivut House i'" 1
outbirl ingp— f he remaia 1er in first ff ^ wth 1 eart
Fine. Yellow Pine, Cynre?* White 0» k Ao * Mun ^
t>f » h«* Pine- ' ill i«quaro 2500 feet uj t-mher.
Price, $13 per
Awïyjfcni >1 . ,
D. J- LAYTON. G. orgo'own, Do .
or to EDWARD P. H \RRl8.
No. 58 John Street, New York
3m.
18^4
MISPLACED.
On Thursday night, tho llth in*t., some p rsow
F. Warien at New Marko» tamp
Ground, in Sussex county, »suit of Silver Mounted
Carriage Harness with » lr»*h«r pud under saddle,
knots tied in trace?, and iO nd leather reins. The
bridle and ooUar were not taken. The person who
look the above harness I* ft an inferior sui* m place,
which they ca» havo by returning to the su
hers, H ir own. I«A0 F.
C. W. PRE1TYMAN.
Lewes
to«ik fr<*m I
Aug. ID; 1664.—2t.
tt-fl BONDS.
u.
issued under the Autoi Congres*
These bonds
of Murch 8th, 1861, which provides that all BontlS
isaned under this Aot shall be EXEMPT FROM
TAXATION by or under any state of municipal
authority. Subscriptions to those Bonds' are re
ceived in United States notes or notes of. National
They are^TO BÈ REDEEMED IN COIN,
of tho Government, at any period
lion forty ,««••• fr<nn
Uank .,.
(ho j 01aure
• on( , Uunddrcd dollars

inlcre ,t is payable on th. ürst days of March
Seplemb „ r in each year. i_u..d er Onn
Subscribers will reee.vo e.thor Registered o,Cou
| gonds, as they may prefer. Registered Bonds
ire recorded on tho books of tho U. B. Treasuaer, p
be transferred only on the owner'» order.
no! 1.«» (»ail le» •«■>• *»«
thoir dato, and until their redemption MVE PER
iKREST WILL BE PAID IN COIN,
unnu
Coupon Bonds a* payable toUuror, and are .nor.
TZ îoa". wbl bar. th. option of
Subscribers-to this loan , . ,
I having their Bonds draw interest '
by paying the accrued interest in coin or in m
led gtatcB notes, or tho noios of National Bunks,
lüaing fifty percent, for premium,) or rcuoivstboin
lrawing interest from the date of eubscription and
a u a, these Bonds are
Exempt/rumMunicipalor State Taxation,
Iheir vuluo is incrcusod irum one to three per e
per annum, noeurding to tho rate of tax levies in
| VBr jJ H8 parts 0 f the country,
. M
lucem.nt, to lenders us tho vaoious
U. S. Bonds. In «11 ether forms of indebtedness,
. bo faith or ability of private parties or stock oom
,, inie8 or separate communities only is pledget or
I |luymontl while fur the debts of tho Unned States
lU e whole property of tho ouuntry is holden to ev
| jiire t(f# paymont u f both principal and interest in
^ ^
I • - a , moy bo subscribed for in sums from
gold they pay
Eight Ter Cent I is I errat.
of equal convenience
of premium
At tho present
Over
a per
,n curreney,
inunent or temporary investment.
It is believed that no securities offer so great in
desoriptiuns of
- a , moy bo subscribed
^ u UIiy mtt gnitude, on the sumo term», and
L "
sssteeds—-
, vi u have tho benefit of the interest.
It may bo uselbl t0 state in this connection that
th8 totu , Fu „ a „ a Debt of the Cnitsa States on
iulert8l j 8 j,ayab:u in guld, un tho 3d day ul
y U . ul lsb f, w08 $768,965,900.
çt for tho „„
I .36, while the customs
rent fiscal your, ending Ju
The interest on
irtoul youM wlU bi,f±&,037,
euue in gold fur the
öUili, 1864, has
in
u.
I I ;

puv
the
n 1 I April the subeciiptioRH
MILLIOaSS A WEEK.
rer $IUÜ,ÜÜÜ,U0Ü per annum.
far at the rate uf
It will ho tuCZ that even the present gold rove
u largely iu excess oi tbe
.
the Governuioul
l tho 'i«-usurer fur the payment oi gold m
au ul tho lunii will
WUIetS
(.crest, while the recent inoreuae
doubtless raise the uunual receipts Atom e
the same amount uf importations, tu ÿloü,0üü,ü0u
i& turns
per annum.
Instructions to tho National Banks aoting
nut issued irum tho United State Treus
loun
agents
,.ry until March 26, but in the first three weeks oi
uveru^ed mure than TEN
h. I {Subscriptions will be reooived by the
mi FinÄ >i a ti0nalBiink of Philadelphia, Pa.
seF- Sougnd Kllt ional Bank oi Phi.adelphia, Pa.
Third Nutiunai Bank uf Philadelphia, Pa.
y»; j- j;—"t.
lw»RUdii»li. »«*»> '
\wn HY ALL NATIONAL BANiH»
ura ae positarios of Publie money; und all
RNBPKDiABLE BANKS AND BANKERS
the throughout the euuatry, (acting a» agent, of the
ttc, N ali-nui Depositary Ranke,) will fnrn.eh further
id information on application und afiurd
un- Every Facility to Subscribers,
iaa*.—3m. inside,
ehali 1 »»» -
i
BAUGH'S
RAW BONE
Super-Phosphate of Lime
BAUGH& SONS,
1 »'ore Nb.aOS.Del.WBre Avenue
PHILADELPHIA,
I ......
This article has for many years enjoyed a high
reputH ,l„ n „ U tni.nure of great etheieuey and o
1 unequalled permun.nee, und so »eureely deem tt
mnortant in our semi-annuul advertisement to uuy
wo p M th|in mcr4jly CUlt the attention of buyers to it.
Uut w0 Wlll ulso state to larmcrs und Dualer« in
FertililoM that it bus been our constaut aim
„ render our RAW BüaNE PHQ8PHA1E
m „re worthy of the full cunhdene. ot
ho Ike u»o ul every luuility at oummund and the aid ut
oient Ac skill, in essentiufly improving its quah
t.es.aud we have never allowed this purpose to ho
n[er er( , a Bllh by the grBut an ,i „teady adyanee in
I ho cost i f all mntio.s pertaining to our business
mvughout the part two years.
The Raw hone Phusphute may be had of any
ÄürSfcSÄg^ÄSS?
pnetors. N«. 20 Suuih Delaware Avenue.
Pbiludel phi.v
of
SOLE MAN U1 AOTLi ULKS,
I"
i m >re and
farmers, by
July 15. 186-1.—3m.
•'
o
G-,
tut
tin»
ou.
• ftâÿmjSmSr*}
For Rat«, Mice, Ranch»», All*»,
Itcil Bug*, Mollis in Fur», Woolens,
lusccls on l*lmits, Fowls, Am
uiiils, Ac.
l'ut un in 25c. 50c. and $1,00 Boxes, Buttles, and
FULsk& ID $3 and $5 sires lor Uqrxre, Pynmc Is
STITÙT10NS, *0. „
"Only infallible remedies known.
<4 Fioe frum Puisons." _. .. ,,
'•Nut dangerous,to tho Human Family.
"Ruts ooine oiit of their hu»es tu die.
Æfr-Sold W'hulesiUeM^U hirge cities. .
S-;S«.ld by alt Druggists amilletailew o^ery^n
S 1 !! I Bewarb! H uf nil worthless Imitat»»
Sr Bee-that •'('ostah's" mime is on each uox
Bittle, and Flask A II
sMTAddreS. HENRY R. COTTA«
ÆÔ-1-IUNC1FAL BhPOT 482 BRuAOWAT, h. Y.
«£~8old at Sipple's Drugstore, Georgetown, De<
Ma -eh 18, '64.-53.

IHssoluiion Of Ft.rtstt-rHf.il>.
inership heretoluro existing between
Houston, Sip sex C. unty, Delaware,
uf E. 4 ». M. Jlogister, is this day, by
Tuurftöu'aducted'bJ 1 «id Eli.nh Register
ÆâsiâÎ r
tlement. All person. iu<|«bt«d to th.MWUta firm
will pay the amount iu j^IJ AU REGISTER,
B. M. KEGISTBB.
Houston. July 2d, 1864.— 43-4» .
tho
The t
»teil, al
in thi n
WANTED.
WHITE OAK RAILROAD CROSS TIES.
Apply to Chu». K.* Taylor, Delaware House. Wil
mingtwn Del., stivtiag price wanted for ties deliver
ed in that City.
MUy 6, 1864.—3t.
FARMS! ; ur
FARMS!
ijr r r /
,i . i /.
FARMS!
____
KSKa»
IrT^T^sorViun and pr
U, o.
p- att £ nt i un given to selling property at
p u bü 0 Sale. . _ .»
p,»„sylvani. bmds^toyM. o^oh.ng.^
Real Estate Broker and Couveyuuoer,
128J South ith Street, Phrladeiphra.
Send for a Real Estale Register, the largest ov
issued. / 1
January 15, 1864.—tf.
FARMS!
If yon are desirous of selling your farms, please
send me a full and fair description, with price and
terms If vou want to purchase a Ramm, oall or
send^for a copy of my REAL ESTATE REGIS
TER, sent gratis.
In my register can he found a
large number of dwelling«, Stores,
Lots, Farms, Country
ills, Timber Lands, fcc.,
, both for sale
'
in
or
ev
in
from
and
"
that
-. ■
GO TO
MILTON,
TO BUY YOUR
Drugs, McOielues, i*erfumcrj', Ac.
THE uUdorsigned having just received a large
anu cumulate slock ul Drugs, Ac., from some ut tue
best huuucs m the city, win not only wuriuut them
represented in quuiity, but neli
cher dealer.
i in
cbcaoci than any- „ ,
\v c call copcoiul tttUutiuu to our carefully select
ed stoca o» liiubhcs, among which may be found
Cioiu, flair, ioeiu, xNail, oh-iViug, Dubt, bweeping,
Wall, Crumb, Bcruo, Pa»ut, V aiuicu. and other
brushes. Pockci Looks in var.cty ; PtMikct kmves
lobrateu muuuiucture ; btutionury ul all Kinds,
Puuto r rupa Aloums, Perfumury
b» ated uavwro}. PomaxAes 11 air 1
faillis, Colors, Varinnhes, Ons, Putty, Wheel
ce, Dye Colors, Dye Woods, Flavoring Ex
Uuoib, ana Esoences of all kinds. Trubses, ©pun
geb, &c. T»mo Tonet Öoups und Courus; all tho
oeiobrateu Patent MedicmcH. Cigars and xooao
co ; Lumps, Lamp W ick, öhades, Chimneys, «fco.
Turoe*t Loicuges; Airnica und * Aconite
in
of
ul
tue
ionic, Djea, cu
tlOï
T.y
Limmctii. , - .
\Y e »eof thankful for ail favors heretofore made,
uouduot may hereafter warrant a
L. B. CHANDLER,
only hoping
uoiitinuutixiU of tho
May 13, 1864.—6m.
NATIONAL MERCHANT.
It contains U Choice ©«Hcetlull ui 1 Literary muttor.
Tales, Poetry and a lifr.* ül oommercial
in Thu Rcuiw. of tho Markets art them.elvo» worth
u. r chan, the price of subscription. . ,
xue ku «fledge imparted by our advoitisißg C<n
uud honest men, solected fur their »h-'
ill sell ut the lowest possible
is
6, Uf
tegtity, and who ...
price ; i» worth mure than the price ot subscription.
. This paper has very plain print 1er the aged und
thwse ul weak eyes. _
It dues not cuntuin anything improper for iumi y
ut buy space in oûr eulumiib,
F
reading. Money
fur the obeeeir© advertisements,
ily displayed by ulinust every other paper in the
land, Ihe Merchant is intended ior respeot
rble famines, where such nostrums are i)ot wanted I
Do not suy that you cannot afford it, fur you
tuboccu, ur sumo other I
hieb are so greed
Dpend more vn cigars
tuible, in one month than would supply tho AVlereh
ant with its eheerlul hiqjpy inffuenoe, to your
or some fair inend ior a whole year. The Merch
ant is a very good school master to have in a iuuii
ly, it toadies yuur children u great deal, speaks
kl it'huii 0 kiorefeuding inuttev'ior On. Dollar a year, I A
letter and direct t» ASHTON,
National Merchant Office,
126 South Second St., Philadelphia.
Merchant will be scut up to the tune only
that it is paid Ur.
April 22, 1864.
Iy
dollar in a
The
CALEB S. LAYTON,
of tfie Judges of the Superior Court.)
attorney at law,
(Latt
AND
Solicitor in Chancery;
Georgetown, Delaware,
Will carefully attend to any professional business |
that may be ouuiided to his cure, iu the several
Countiusand Courts ot this btate.
Claims for pensions and Jgmnty lund warrants
prusoeuted with dUigenoe, and at moderate charges.
Attention will bt yivcn to investment of money on
bond* and mortgage*, and to the sale and purchase
of land*. , , . . ..
Commissions for taking depositions from the
several States will be promptly and laithiuUy exe
uuted. _ I
IStt-I.
of
morn
,
,, . 4 - e„on.r Cn I
To the Ladies and Gentlemen aj Sussex Co. grow
THE undersigned offers for sale at his OLD
STAND in
goods, at a very small ad a P *
Calicoes from 181 to 25 cte. per yard. '
ÄSÄC il» r . ,i
LLOliiiland CABsL'lBR^. «' Misses «n4boy. u
W
of
THE undersigned would respectfully inform her I
Ueiitievnlo, and tbe publie generally, that cc
f ' ;„« returôeo irein Phitadot b hia, and lova
1 Centrevillu, èus.ex ooonty, and has
uencrui variety of good
PATTERN BONNETS, I
4864.
NOTICE.

Call und s
sell
ut.
May 13. 1864.—3m.
YEW SPRUiU
millinery goods.
-i,r
U d bei sell at
upeu a
St
most tasbionablo stylos, to
■ »riment of new and beautiful
uf all tbe latest and
gethei- with a full uaS
jVXillinei'y Goods,
embracing ltibbcp», Ar'tiUmal Fluwuro, 4o. bhakers
of diheienl kinds, and at prices to suit lire tunes.
Also, «very ncccsoury article pcrUiniiig to the tra It,
all of whioli havo been suloeted wiLh greatsare aud
with a view in style, ta»te anJ economy.
Ail work done in the latest stylo
to give satisfaction, to which the public attention
is incited.
guaranteed
hand about 260,000 very |
noil at tho following |
MISS ANNIE E. COLLIER.
iVay 20.—36-40.
bricks fob sale.
by
r
firm
tho
THE subscriber has ^ ^
R 1 ; 1 ™ i tp^^^Kiln « °Cars I
at Bridgeville station. All orders wUl be prompt
ly attended to. I»"" 8 M C ANNON, I
May. 6, 1864. Bridgeville.
WAA Cords of Black and Spanish Oak Bajk - I
500 Also, 10,006 Cro..-ties, fhlj In timant
g t. 10 inches wide, faee full, and
Hewed straight out ot any kind ol sound1 eak tim
her, for which the iHghest pncii wo CA jjjfON
W ILL1AM CA Nj
WANTED.
Wil
May *, 1864. •*
. .HELMBQDD'S
HELMROLD'S
HELMROLD'S
HEL-'IROLD'S
HELMBOU>'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
H1GML.Y CONCENTRAT CD
highly concentrated
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND,
COMPOUND •*
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT 1IÜCHU.
FLUID EXTRACT BUcIlU.
FLUID EXTRACT IiUCHU.
fluid extract bucuu. .
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
AND
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REA1RDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
FOR .
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irritation,
Intlumution or Ulceration of the Bladder and
Kidneys, Diseases of tho Puuatmte
Gland, Stone in the Biudder, Çal
cu tous Gravel or Briok*
du si Gepos t, ^
and
; or Affections of the Bladder and Kid
and Ü rods »cal Swellings cx.tuig in
Men, Women *• Children.
HELMBULDS EXTRACT BlCUT,
HELMliOLD'S' KaaBAOX BUCliU, a
liELMBOLD'o EXTRACT BUtllU,
UimLMBOLD S EXTRACT BWUiL. .
from Habits of Dissipation
,MfJ
All Diseases
ueys,
for Weakness, arising
attended with the following symptom»: lnd.spu
eition to Exertion, Loss ut Memory. Ditheu.ty
of Breathiug, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Hor
ror ot Diaepse, Dimness of Vision,- \Y use
fulness, Pain in the Back, Univensil Las
situde of tho Mubculur System, lljfc
Hunds, Flushing of the Body, Dry
ness of Skin, Eruptions on the
Face, Pal id Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this
medicine invariably removes, soon follows fa
tuity, Epileptic Fits, in one «1 which the
patient may expire. Who oan say that
they are not Irequcntly followed
by those "direful diseases"
"insanity and Consump
tion?" Many
ware of the cause
of their suf
fering.
The
records
a
of the in
Asylums,
and the Melanoholy
Deaths by Consumption,
pie witness to the
truth of the ussertion. The Con
stitution one© atlooted with isgssio
weakness, requires the aid of Medicine to
strengthen und invigorate the system, which
Helmuold'b Extract Buchu Ikvaiuably does
I.. ,ii
,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
is safe, pleasant in its taste and eofur, and more
.•reiie'heninit than any of the preparhuou* ot
ikon gr bark.
F FRO°M wS5In-»0WH AND DELICATE
CONSTITUTIONS,
from whatever cause, either in
MALE OR FESIALE.
: you
A GOOD APPETITE.
WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG, HEALTHY NERVES.
WrbL OIVB vou
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS,
end will enable you to _
SLEEP WELL.
I
I
c
-
?
IT WILL
I A trial wifi convince^, m^
;
HELMUOLD'S
HELMROLD'S
HELMROLD'S
HELMBOLD'S
llELMBOLD'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND
fluid extract sarsaparilla,
For
purnying
tho bluud, re- . -
moving all ohro
nio constitutional dis
eases arising fn m an impure
state of the bluud, and the only re
liable und effectual known remeuy fur the
w of Scrofula, Scald Head,.Salt Rheum, Fains
and Swellings of tbe Bones, Ulcerations
of tho Throat and Legs, Blotches,
Pimples on the Face, Tetter,
all scaly
Eruptions of
tbe skin,
and
BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
NOT A FEW ■
rill "
|
on
of the worst disorders that affliot mankind arire
K^siöifsw&iErt
citium*» and renovates the bloud, instills the vigor
of health into the system, and purges <*ut tbe bu
morn which m ike diseuse. It stimulates the healthy
, functiuns of the bvdy, und expels the disorders that
I i.Ltikie in the blood, buch a remedy, that
Co. grow and nmkl h l8 lun g boen BOUg ht for, and
^/the first time, t|e public have one on
^riinct sî'ow^I 3S J tot the trial
* inî'i« h ,ttle will sbi-w to tho sick that it has
Ä
. ,i lia* ad ded to ap it^f of w atcr,i 6«qu ai to th. «-„hon
u =ually made. ' admitted to use in th.
EryMp'
MEDH3AL PROPERTIES OF BUCHU
DJSPENSATORY «S UNITED STATES.
Beo Prof. Dowcos' valuable works on the Practice
of Physio. , , . i l TY- pu.,
Bee remarks n^de by the late celebrated Dr. Phy
sic, Pniladelphis. _ . M t\ ,■
g eo remarks made by Dr. Ephraim McDowell, *
cc iebrated physician and membor ol tho Royal Lei
lego of SuVgeon., Ireland, and puhliahad in th.
transaction» ot the King and Queen ■ Journal.
See Modicu-Ch.rorgioal Review, hubliehed by
B-»— *»»■* f
St See moat of tho late etandurd words of medicine.
PRICES :
Extraot of Buchu, $1 per bottle, «
Sarsaparilla, $1 p* r bo'lle, or six ior $u.
Delivered to any address, seouj ely puoked.
Address letteis .of information to
HELMBOLD'S
11 KL »VI BOLD'S
TRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
V
six for $5.
HELMBOLD'S _ _
HELMBOLD S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 SOUTH TENTH S4., PHILADELPHIA.
104 SOUTH 1ENTH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
bewabb of counterfeits and unprin
cipled DEALERS.
| who bhbs.VO* TO
| dispose of "their own and other articles on the
reputation attained by -
I HELMBOLHS
11ELMB0L u ^| uine eXTRACT DUCHU,
I GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
HFT.MBOLD'S
HELMBOLD'S .
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
HELMROLD'S
I llELMROJ-D^S-^^ IM p R0 VED ROSEWASH.
GENUINE IMPROVED ROSEWASH.
S0 LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ASK F0K HELMBOLD S
Cut eut the advertisement and send for it. and
^ expeSW- April t, '64.
A NEW STOCK OF
9
Just received from Philadelphia,
3
_ _ y
^
öar,e 'i
\ 11109' skirt 1 good*'
,.i«b>> j Wk ,te
I ,op* -— -
A*" 6
CA' 8 *
SPRING GOODS,
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
BOOTS and SHOES. HATS and CAPS,
HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, CROCKERY
WHIPS, CANES, UMBRELLAS, FAN
CY GOODS, TOBACCO AND
SEGARS, Ac., Ao.
this
ALSO, A SUPERIOR STOCK OF
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of the best quality and latest Spring Styles.
E. C. WAPLES,
GEORGETOWN, DEL.
II £ TRIBUNE FOR 1854.
PROSPECTUS.
23-75.
r i" S
first issued April 10,
The Nrw Yorr Tribune, first issued April 10,
1841, bus to-duy a larger aggregate circulation than
other newspaper published in America, or (we
believe) in the world. Compelled n year ainco to
increase the prioo of its several issuos, or submit to
the poeuniary ruin of its proprietors from tho Tery
maunitude of its circulation, it has probably since
parted with some patrons to whom its remarkable
cheapness was a controlling reoummendatiun ; but
others have taken their places, and it has
than Two Hundred Thousand subscribers and reg
excess of at least Fifty Thon
lu IN
ular purchasers—
sand ever those of any rival. And this unprecedent
c d currency it has achieved by very liberal expen
- r -, in procuring eariy and autbentio intelligence,
? ,l *V '. -less expression uf convictions, by the free
by thole». »ijility and industry wherever it
employment o. e -.,, e ilenco in any depurtment
might euntribute to » s i r j n king fidelity tu tho
of our enterprise, and by u>- ,? rceaom '
dictates of Justioe, Hamanity, u» .,,,-hontio ad
By very large outlays lor early and ^
vices by telegraph and otherwise from its on®
respondents with tbe various armies ot the Union;
and by special euurts to furnish such intormatton
IO „ r „t«g xie^w.. Crops, new discoveries or iin
prt^cnieuts in Agrieulturc, Ac., an must IpeelaUj
'nterestfarmyrs, we have assiduously labored to
muke ajournai calculated to meet tho wants
subservo tho interests ut the Producing oiasses.—
That end we have ut least woasu.ably attained ; lor
no other newspaper exists in America or Europe
which is habitually lead by nearly so many tarmeia
aud tboir families us is T^e Tribunt tu-day. W e
both the number ana the sat
eor
buuII labor tu IMM . .
isiootiun of this oy for tho must numerous class of
tts patrons. , . *
Duuiig the existence of tho W hig party, this pa
euppurted that party, though uiways sympathi
•• ith tbe mure liberal, progressive, A iti-6iave
ry " wing * tuurcul. V' ben new it>. ues dissolved ur
trunsiurmed old organixatiuus through the sponta
neous uprising ut the Missouri Kebtriotiuu. lux
iKiBL'xu ucartily participaied
known
euitu..
• Wuen the long
urviue and dostroy
entire to complete abusumuut
overt treussn ami
Bcpa
smoidciing conspiracy
eeuniry or reuuce it
to the blave Power culminated
reouinon, ltnaturully, necessarily regarded rcoi -
aiicc to this conspiracy as paramount to all ot. er
Cv-UNidciaimus, aud devoted all its energies and ei
lorts to the maintenance of our Union. In every
g „.,t cuntroveisy which bus divided our oountry, it
Arucnuy ueeirmg and striving ior the early wad
enduring adjustment oi eur National uiBlraouom», c j
inis Ihiuune leaves the time, the nutuie and the
conditions of that adjustment ^It
iuWt*..iy in uuthurity, coBuding m then wisdom
uU a patriotism, anxious to aid tueur to tho utmost
, u ^ ~^
| ï^^tliio rulei" First pure, then peaceable"
üv .idir ' that tho total and hnaiexlirputiod oi Slave- hav
K ^ ïïf 5 ^
ucihoud device» lorwohiovmg ■•Fence'' by
" —
ne^f^oun^y and the i—t weU-hc,„g
, t(eC tfully solicit the subscriptions and active
oxenmns of eur frieuds, and of all whose views and
"®^ 0tlon8 uccuril substantially with
A-w, York, tiept. 10, 1»63.
* »
by
r
und
the true great
TERMS.—DAILY TRIBUNE.
3 cants.
Single Lw t jy,
Mail Subscribers, one year (311 issues,) $o.
SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
One Copy, une year (1U4 issues,)
year,
M
$ 6 .
Two oupieB,
Five copies, une year,
'fen Copies, one year, ***
An extra copy will be Bent to any person who
»ends us a club ol twenty aud over.
V an* btui.WKtknv X(U»«aa is sent to Clargy
manlur$2W. wKBKLyTMJJUNls .
year (52 ubucb(
IIS.
$2.
On« Copy,
Three Copies, one year,
Five Copies, one your,
'l«n Copies, one year, .
Auv Uiuer number, addre*t«d to name* if *ub
uribçr», »l.uU «uçb- An extra «opy wiU be sent to
every club ul ten.
Twenty Copies, to one address, one year, *.8, anu
any larger nuiuner at same price. An extra oupy
wi.l be sent to olubs ef twenty. Any poison who
sends us a cluq ol twenty and over shall recoivo
iHE SEMI-WEEKLY TKIBCNE gratis.
To any person wao sends us a club of fifty and
THE GAILY HUH UNE Will be sent without
if.
the
over
^'nre WatxLT Tbibdns is sent to Clergymen for
^ Tne Pust oifiocs where fall Clubs oannot be form
ed either tor Tu» S»hi-Wkkiii.y or W»exly Tri
bus», subsoribers to the two editions onn unite »t
Club prioes, should the total numb« of subscribers
ojuie within
Addtess
.
and
rule.
THE TRIBUNE,
Tribune Buildings. New York.
muaey to LDAN.
ST50 Tu - 10 "
buml and mortgage.
Ç. b. LAYTON.
May 0, 1864.
THE
WASHIN GTON
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or
NEW YORK,
OFFERS MORE ADVANTAGES TO INSURERS
THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY IN
THE UNITED STATES.
ITS PROMINENT FEATURES ARE AS
FOLLOWS
Permanent paid-up Capital Stock of $125,000,
largely added le by aoouumlaliuu.
Stockholders reoeivo leyal interett only
stack, which the capital ha« tuus far mort ihau
earued tor the.n.
their
Policy holders receivo iLL the rnorlTS, to be
op.iortiuncd among them iu the most o^aitabte man
It is the only Stock Company whose oharter ex
pressly requires the distnuulion of all tho profits
among the Policy holders, thus boing purely mutuul
in character. . .....
The Company has therefore, all the advantages
usd security of a Stock und Mutual Company com
bined, without thoir separate disadvantages.
Dividends to Policy holders once credited
forfeited. This is tho only Compuny whoso Cuar
tor guarantees this simple act of jusuoo.

Proportion of Assets to Liabilities is larger than
most other companies. Tho following ligures truur
the official report of the Massachusetts insurance
Commissioners for January 1863, pago 22, show tue
stunning of ten companies doing business in Phila
to tho security furnished by
$100 at fUisk :—
delphia, considered a
their eutire assets for
$175.54
142.03
175.11
138.01
00. r0
ltU.Ud
13U.06
134.U4
Iö3.ö0
528-50
New England Mutual
Massachusetts "
Mutual Life of N. Y.,
Mutual Benefit of N. J.,
New York Life
Connecticut Mutual...
United States of N. Y
Manhattan of N. Y
Equitable of N. Y..
WASHINGTON, N. Y«
REEERENCES IN PHILADELPHIA,
BT PERMISSION:—
Dtmiei B. Cummins,
Ö. Morris Wain,
Geo. il. Stuait A Bro.,
.Morris, Wlreeicr A Co.,
Charles E. Lex,
W ilimni G. Crowell,
I J oscph H. Trotter.
William Welch,
Thomas Robins,
Welling, Cofiiu A Co.,
Jay Cooke,
John Jordan, Jr.,
Alexander lioury,
J. Edgar Thomson,
Circulars, Pamphlets, Applicationa, Ao., and .very
.'»«Winatiun respecting the Eouipauy und
ject, WiU he US*ft" b T »ddre»mg
sub
CHAMBERS A REGIJoTl^; Gcnoral Agent*.
407 WALNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
Doc. 25, 1863.
Agricultural Chemical Ço's
CHEAP FERTILIZER.
PABULETTE.
• ■ *_üt owil aud the fertuuiug «iciiients ol urine,
b ued chemically and mechanically with other val
uable icrtilizing agents and absorbents.
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition, ready for
immediate use, and without loss oi its highly nitro
genous lertiliiing properties.
ivorsal applicability to all crops and s«ils,
and its durability and a live qualities,
known tu be all that agriculturists cun desire.
Price, $25 per ton.
of
chemical oom
post. -KSsasarKi
üUliö| Vtbk tettl her, hair uud wool, together with
c j lcm j 0U i H ant i inurgumo lertlluers, which docom
0 t ^ e UJa8;j| retain the nitrogenous elements,
is thoroughly impregnated with urine, and the
thinner portions ol night soil.
Jt ig a very valuable fertilizer for field crops gene
and für puUt ° eS ' UUU PUF '
«XeieeUcnt qualities, strength and cheapness
hav it very popular with all who havo used
^ ^ «*»"*""•
Its
well
REE & FRUIT FER
r > i I 1 r/ LVI) it I» a Inguly pho8pnatio
L±J±Zj IliJLV. fertilizer, and is partiou
the cultivation oftreos, fruits, lawns
larly auupteu .
und flowers. It will promote a very vigorous and
healthy growth of wood and fruit, und largely in
crease the quantity and perfect the maturity of the
fruit For hot-hoase and household plants and
dowers, it will be found
secure their greatest perfection,
and oure diseased conditions of tho peach
und is excellent for gross and lawns.
The formula orYaethod of combining its consti
tuent fertilizing ingredients have received tbo high
est approval of cminont chemists and sciontitic ag
ricu'turists.
indispensable article to
It will provent
r
grape,
Price $50 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF
T 1 T\/f I? The Ayncuunral Chemical Co«i
I 1 1 IV j n. pany manufacture a Phosphate oi
Lime in accordance with a new and valuable form
ula, by which a very superior article is produced,
so as to bo afforded at a less price than other manu
factures charge. Practioal tests have proved that
its value, as a fertilizer, is equal to the beat Phos
phate ef Lime in the market.
Price $45 per Ton. 4
a^-TERMS CASH.—Cartage and Froight to be
paidby the Purchaser.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS,
At Canal Wharf, on tub Delaware.
Office, 4131 Arc* Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent.
Tho Company's Pamphlet Circular, ein bracing
full directions for using the above Fertilisers, sent
by mail free, when requested.
For sale by nil dealers in Fertilizers.
Feb. 26, 1864—87-43-61. *
.
to
anu
and
_ _ ^rnYhYV Tx: ffttt I
GEORGETOWN,
ADOLPHUS E W1NOS, Proprietor,
r ,
T HE PROPRIETOR OF THE UNION HOTEL,
would blate to his patrons and the citisons gun
orally, that his Hotel being tho largest and most
nnmmudiouB in Georgetown, he can uffejnthat enter
XïïentT^rs^d otiie^ ^o JpaTl r him
with their patronage that cannot be equalled in th«
»Ute. Tho huuBO*i. large, well ventilated, .nil sit
aated in the muet iileasiuit part ot tuwn. The Üble
el ways-supplied^ with tho best of inarkot produce.
\nd iu^tb" bar will always bo found Liquors of fliu
most choice l.iaiiiis. The SUbiing ia extensive, eu
aldiag lias to refresh the weurieu beasts alter thoir
„ * prepare them .« the« onward mpirs*
BRJId-MODE RAT*. **f>- U. '«A
THE UNION liOTEE,
for
Tri
»t
We etudy to ylettee."
JOB
PROTING.
44
fjitiott
ft
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
I
Georgetown, Del.
Having Supplied our Office witli a \aricty of
be
New and Tasteful Type,
ex
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO
JOB PRINTING,
JOB PRINTING.
JOB PRINTING,
Of Every Description,
Of Every Description,
Of Every X>esorlptioi\
XEVTLÏ Ä EXPEDIlTOl'SbTi
NEATLY « EXPEDICIOl'SLY,
NEATLY dk IiXPEl>ICI01iSI«Y,
ANU ON THE
MOST REASONABLE TEEMS.
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
MOST REASONABLE TERMS
PAMPHLETS,
HAND-BILLS,
programmes
SHOW-BILLS,
BLANKH,
AMINISmmS' NOTICES, 4C„ iC„
E1THEU IN
^liiiit or |aary
oi
be
- Having had an experience of sev
eral years in a
we flatter ourselves that we can please all
who may favor ue with their patronage.
city Job Printing Office,
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
The parties in St. Louis and Cincinnati, who hav«
boen counterfeiting the Mustang l. miment, under
pretence of pr< prietoiship, hut e been thoroughly
estopped by the oourts. Tu guard again*t iurtbvr
imposition, I have prteured irum the United btutes
I Treasury a privet« steel plate revenue stamp, whi«h
L placc d ovçr tb» top of aaoh bottla. Each stamp
bears the fat simile of my signature, and without
, which the srticlo is a eonntcrteit, dangerous and
worthless imitation. Examine every buttle. Ibis
gun- Liniment has been m use and growing in favor fur
most many years. There hardly exists a hamlet on tke
habitable globe that d«es nut eontain evidence of
him its wonderful effects, It is the best émollient m the
th« world. With its present improved
sit- eff.et. upon man and beaut are perteetly
Üble Seres are hoivled. pains relieved, lives sai ed, vnlua
, b lo animats made useful, auu vut.dd tils ass-aged.
fliu For bruises, f, raiuf, rheumatism, saeilmgs, biles,
eu- | 0 uts, caked heust», »tiu.iiu.l h isos, de., ■« - - - ,
thoir ereigu remedy ihui sliuid« never tH.dlsseu.ed with.
, It Hmatd he in every i.muy ^ulU by eu.y an.
1 p, S. BABNEE 4 «Go Ne« I*

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