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FRIDAY, hEPTE3I»EH 3 , 1864,
OUR COUNTRY
Right or "Wrong.
FOR PRESIDENT,
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
f
OF ILLINOIS.
VI«E-l'ltF.SlpK\T,
ANDREW JOHNSON,
OF TENNESSEE.
General A^rtrt hr
Mn. Isaac T. Dukxino has this day been an.
S( IIÏPT10N AUhM fur "rilB Urn»«." Ho will
al.u culleot nil lu. ney due thl. -dieu.
Üeorgetown. Del. |
Jan. 26, '64. }
T» OrrespuutientH and others.
We solicit contributions nnd correspondence from
all quwters'nnd when worthy will be appropriately
-published. Our friends must writo briefly, legibly,
Wîr, fln "Î? sldc ° r tho P ll l> er only. The ronl minie
oi tlie anthor must accompany each comwunuation
an a guaranty of good faith.
J. P. M'GUIGAN,
Editor "Union."
*«eulii.
TIio following pomon? have 1 'en nnthorineil to
tt ^iv«rtiHThg and subscription ncent* for "Tin;
> al ' P n ® p y oodected by them will Ve duly
creditod qp tho bn«k fi . y v
THOM
SAM
no'
M A3. T HUS. . .
WnrJXDOKVEI.L. . .
DN C. CLAKK. Jn , .
- Wilmington, Del
Christinen , //e
Ted lion, D
M
A STATE COXUENTIOX
OF THE
ÜHIOH P1RTÏ OF DtlâWâRE
WILL BE IlELp
AT DOVER,
•** 0 N THURSDAY,
Tkc 15th d»r of kpptrmlirr nc*t
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M„
For the purpose of Hunt i n ut In
ELECTOBS OF PRESIDENT
AND
V|CE PRESENT,
Representative in Congress
And of appointing g
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Ench Countv will Le ontitM fn n r.prwon
tolii.n of fifty ilolegnt«!., nfdtbeC.mn.y Cnm
mittPes are rniuofcipil to make the
arrangements for their election.
B? »»1er of the Sta'e Central Committee
JOHN P. McLEAIt, Cfii. RM AM.
Edwin 1 liier, Sec'.
necessary
ONE EUNDÄED DAY MEN.
At last we Lave tlie autiefaction of an
nouncing that two regiments of 100 day
men have entered the U. S. Service fi
this State. Among the number is the
very lone and sinew of our country at
least, Jf we are correctly informed, these
two regiments of £ne thousand men each
n ' ; r to be credited to the (jttofa of this
^ta'e. but that every man of them who
sb.tll tc draf:e«i. w !1 ? c oxemr/ei on ti e
-in
are
f r--und that vu cannot draft a man who
is a'reu }y in the service.
The ^l'Cui amount oi labor 'uken from
this County will result in thu almost entire
less of the fodder
crop.
We hope however that the
composing these two regiments may
turn to a man. They have our best wishes
and let us trust that the rebellion will be
crushed ere the aeeessity for another draft
mon
re
arrives.
COMMITTEE MEETING.
At a meeting of the County Executive
Connuiltee of the Union Party held at
Georgetown, on Tuesday the 3lith of Au
gust, 1864,
Resolved, That meetings he held in the
several hundreds at the places of voting
in their respective huudreds by ^ie voters
of tho Union Party for tlie purpose of se
lecting and appointing five delegates from
each hundred to meet the delegates from
Kent end New Castle Counties in State
Convention on Tharsiaythe 15th Septem
ber to nominate a Candidate for Kcpre
scutativo in Congress and Electors lot
President and Vice President: to nomi
nate a Candidate for Assessor and Inspec
tor in the several hundreds—to appoint a
committee of three to nominate a County
Ticket and a committee of three to nomi
nate candidates for Sheriff and Coroni r,
the two last named committees to meet at
Georgetown ou Tuesday 27th September,
JOHN 1). ROONEY,
CAni'nncm.
1864.
John C. Hazzard,
BecraUtry.
Wanted .—A Journey man Printer. Apply
at tin* Office.
*
I*«or Riohurd's Reasons for buy
ing United States securities.
been
The other day we heard^t rich neighbor , hauled
say he rather have railroad stocks than the w : ll
U, S, stocks, for they paid higher interest. . bor.
^uet then Poor Richard came up, and said . is
tliat h» just bought some of Uncle Sam's j
three years notes, paying seven and three ehal
tenths per cent, interest. My rich friend j pa
exclaimed, "You! X thought you had no mo- j 18M
ney to buy with," "Yes," said Richard, on
"X bad a little laid up, for you know it is j ^j s t
well to have something laid up against a wet ent
day. aud I have kept a little »4 my ^earnmgs . are
by me." Now Poor Richard is known to all tlie
the country round to be a very prüden tan J
industrious, end withal, w,se. man ; R.ehu.-d ^
never learned anything he d.dn t know how ^
to make use of, and htsw.sdom ami prudenoe j
bad become a proverb. So. when he took
out his savings and bought the notes, mor»
, . , « •
than one was surprised, ana it was no won
, • • «r o * 4 k i i i n r>■ i of
der rioh Mr. Smith asked why. Poor Rich- \ .
, . . . , ,, vBEä
aro, m a very quiet humble wav—f-rr he
, , . <lT
never assumed anything—replied, "I fup*
„ - ... , i , , w
pose, Mr. Smith, you kn »w » great deal bet. •
, _ , , \ x , . the
ter than I do what to do with money, and
, . , _ ,ii,n
bew to invest, lor I never liad mu * ». and all
T I had to work bird for. Bu f I have j t0
loi kod round a good deal up n my neighb >rs i
and seen what they did vrth the'r m-nevL '
and I tell vmi some things I «aw and wirft* 1 r
T thouabf of it* r5ch man W-«l.
,1 ,*r_ • , , . r lit»r
ways dealing monev. and he mi tea ff-ç a x,
, . . t , ,,v, M
ucaf. but was novor Ratifie I without hi;Ti
. . . c, , , ... . :
interest. So ho lent most of his m nev-tol;
L
; ungc
!
j now

some people who he thought wore v
at a very high rate; and ho often told h w
much he got, till one day the po.»p!e ho lent
to went to emsiRh.
•v
Ho got back almnt ten ! ^
on a dollar of his money. I know an I her i
old gentleman, who had some bank stock and
he went to the bank nnd got ten per cent.
d ! vidend. The President and everybody said
it was the best stock in the country— pn*d
ten per cent. But what did the «W m
but sell bis stock the next day ! Why? why?
pR*d everybody. Because, it pays too much
dividend. And in six months the bank went
from
l.e
*'.*4
me
that
and
free
uns
yon
the
I
■ I
tn smash. Now, that I know to be a fnot.
Well, Mr. Smith, y du say railroad stocks are
bo«t, because they pay high dividends?—
Con you tell how long they will pay thorn ?
T bke railroads. I helped to build one. and
T co in for useful things. But I tell you
what I know about them. Ono-dhird of the
rnilroade don't pay any dividend, and two
♦birds (and some of them cracked up, too.)
d « not nay a* much as Government stocks.
that brings me to the Government secu
r : t»es, and I will tell you why I prefer them.
T *nke it you will admit, Mr- SnTth, that in
tho long run the investment which is best
•should have these qualities: First, it should
b e perfectly secure: secondly, that the income
should be uniform and permanent —not nr>
one year and down the next: and thirdly,
that it should be marketable, so when vour
wot day comes, mid you want your mone~.
yon esu get it hack. And I think these
notes or bonds have got these qualities more
than any other kind of personal property
von oan name. Try it. 4
"First, then, I have been look*nw into that
errea* book you call the Conçus StnTstie«. I
u«od to think it wasn't worth mu^h f. but
sïnué T began to «t.odv it, I tell you, T found
out a good many things yory wmJuI for me
to know. I f und out, hy looking at the
crops, nnd tho factories
that we (T don't mean the B°bel States) are
making at honsand million«« of dollars a year
more than we spend. So you «or that (since
th« 'ncrease of dopt isn't half that) wn arc
growing rich insteod of poorer, as J.»hn Bull
and the croakers would have us think. Then
♦he debt will be paid, anyhow, no matter
how long the war T s. Beside«, did you avo«*
hear of r Government that broke before the
V
the
the
N.
S.
L
(« sh'pn'nir. Ac.,
at
e
people did? Look into ynn big histories,
Mr. Smith, rnd
will find the pconlc
break bef re the Governments, Well, then,
I «-all that stock perfectly secure.
"Secondly, you want the income uniform
and permanent. Well: I want, yui to take
up a list of banks, railroads, m*.
Octnpanies—anything y- u chn«»se—ind t^ll
m» (hanor bright, orw!) l,nw in iny havo
paid n uniform ioiome for ten or ttronty
years. Not «-no in a hu i l.el, M*. Sutiitli,
nnd vc:u km w it.
"Now hero is tho Government w'll pay
you without varying a little. N w I like
something that gives mo my inc mo every
!r.«Mi 'nrre
.
be
year.
''Thirdly, you want something wh'ch ia
marketable any day iu the year. N«»w, if
you will ask any bank President, he w II tell
you that Government stocks are the only kind
of property that is always salable, because
they will sell anywhere in the world,
"Now, Mr. Smith, this is why I put my lit
tle savings iu Government stocks. I confess
too, that I wanted todielp that dear old coun
try, wh'ch is my home and my country."
"I confess," said Mr. Smith, "I hadn't
thought of all this. There is a good deal of
sense in whut you say, and I will go so far
as to put two or three thousand d. liars in
United States stocks. It can do no harm.
We left Mr. Smith going towards the b&uk
and P**or Richard returning homo, with that
calm placid air which indicated the serenity
of his disposition and the oonsoiousness of
doing right towards his country and his fei»
low man.
re
at
Au
the
se
from
from
State
!&oral Affairs.
, , n .
A&»Orphan'B Court and Court of Chancery
/ ^ , mi. f:
will meet at Georgetown on Tuesday tho 20th
inst-» Persons having business with either of
these Courts, should bear this in mind.
To Our Subscribers .—The «ubsoribers to
the "Union" will please excuse us for Issuing
only a half-sheet this week, as our workman
are among the patriotic ones who enlisted in
the U. S. Service for 100 days.
Arrived at Fort Delaware. —The Sixth
Massachusetts Regiment, arrived at Fort
Delaware, on Tuesday last. They number
«bout one thousand men and will garrison
the Furt in place of the Maryland Kegimcnt,
whose tern* of enlistment Lae expired.
The New Ironsides .—All the »toron luviug
been put on the new Iron*! des. she has been
hauled into the stream, at Philadelphia, and
w : ll sail in a day or two fi»r. Charleston liar
bor. George Plunked, E«q., of Wilmington,
is Paymaster on board of this ship,
Drg ß md Commu nion .—PruYort Mar
ehal General Fry, has'deeided that men woo
pa jç| commutation under the draft of June,
18M nre Ualjlc to the ,i rnft , Thieh takes p!aue
on ,| le 5tu l-st.; to fill labilities of the sub
^j s t r ; c t 8 under the calls made up to the pres
ent timei nllJ tlie autriut provost Marshals
are ordered to place in the wheel fjr thedrnf ,
tlie n(lmca ?f 8uch part!e(< .
^ _ In the ,, cti >n 011 tlo
^ (>tJ K , lilr „ aiii neM U ; et ,m..nd, on eumlav
^ ^ Th; ^ ^ laV!ire wa8 euga ,, am ,
^ tw() Bet8 7 foul , ira fn , m , h c enemy,
brought them triumphly off .be field,
, ..
Allowances ip volunteers .—The secret nrv
. , , , ...
of War has iireoted that in setti ng the cin
. ^ k - . °
thing'accounts of volunteers whose tern»» ot
:
service have been less than one year, they
tt f \
w ll he ent tied to the loll wing crod is for
.
the different period* of sei v ce: Ihree
. oro nn . „. ot . 0 .,
tnji'ha. £28.93; s.x months, $35.32; nine
$4-').34. 0 io hundred days' Mien
j t0 | JC p« ace ,i ,,n the same footing w*th three
i volunteers,
' , v ,
1 r .. 0 , t y the papers that John
cw ' !tt &1 r "" ,,f *«
lit»r f»id, was killed in the rccei t action in
x, , , „ , f 0 . .
M I; lc I>ay. Mi*. Scott was a Pr liter by
. , , . . .
: profesxioti, and some y< u»s ago w rked iu the
rx Q J °. . . . ^
L *te-y P, ntmg Oiffce, at eighth and Or
; ungc streets, in th s c ty. lie was oiih Far
! ra^u^ at the capture of Now Orleans and das
j now fallen w.i Ut gail.i uly demndn; the
a s and Stripe«, under fhat brave uldiieru.
— Journal.
the
It
ter
3
ot
ot
{*!'
! ^
i
TuRoAT Affections.—A Physioiaa writing
from Ncwtntio, New York, t-peukiug f the
l.e oßcal eifeuts rùHulting Irom the use oi
*'.*4 0 i 0 n's Bronchial Troches," su)«-— 'O uige
me by sending a d. xen more of your
chial l\ ucfiesy eneloiiiiig b»ll. F.»r ulleviutuig
that lio^id ir- tution only felt by tin»«
havo suffered irum any Bronchial Ajtdion,
and for hoarseness und suie throat too, I urn
free to c- uiess (though I am au M. D.) they
uns wer all y. u «laiin for them. 1 would beg
yon to feel timt I am . no of the l«*i meu iu
the proless.ou to pud'a nostrum, bu. xecl that
I am but doing y«>ujustteo to assert whui 1
have." To avoid disappointing at, be sun to
obtain the yenuine Brown's
Troches."
.' u ...
Bimcliiul
TIIE QUi)T.i OF DELI »V A RE.
Also a table siuwiig the number ot
enrolled in this ouatai 11 the
dreds, and tho quota assigned tu euch under
the call fi r 5U0,UU0 »wire men. We presume
tlut there will he a lew credits hy eubsti»uie&
furnished which Will make a sl.gut cnaugo 1
the number*
^pcclive hun
I
Enrolled. Quota.
i£ia
588
New Castle County,
Kent County,
Susîex C »UQty,
Total
7::h,;
3541
3889
G47
14713
SUSSEX COUNTY.
2445
Ko.
Hundreds.
N. E. N. \V. Fork lid.,
S. E.N. W. « "
Nanticoko "
Cedar Creek "
Broadkdu "
Georgetown "
Lewes and Roh« both"
Indian River "
Dagsborouçh "
L ? ttlo Creek "
BaUimoro "
N. W. Broadcreck lt
Enr-llcd. Quota.
•J.»:'
42
268
•i »
291
48
i.S.i
65
-'S
48
, 201
44
223
*"T
207
. 1
■ill
G9
•i ij
72
388
i,i
*21
7
S. E.
42
Total
3889 647
THE WAR.
FOET MORGAN IN ODE POSSESSION.
Rebe!» noil-outing Before Sheridan
OFFICIAL GAZETTE.
Washington, August 28, 8 A. M.—Major
Gone:ol D'x. Now York: A dispatch from
General Graut, just received, states that Iho
It':» Inn.»ml papers of yesterday (27th) an
nounce that Fort Morgan is in our posession,
*ut «t is not stated whether it was blown
or surrendered. Another dispatch gives the
fallowing extract from Iho Richmond E :am
iner of yesterday:
"Fort Morgan is in the enemy's possession
»ut whether blown up or evacuated is not.
known.'*
General Sheridan, in a dir pat oh dated yes
terday at half past two P. M., says: "Tho
enemy left my front last night, falling back
t»» Sin ihfield or Middlvburg. We captured
101 pr soners yesterday and inflicted a loss
of 150 killed and w uuded. There have been
a few feints to cross tho river hy cavalry at
Williamsport, but there
shown.
"The indications to-day are that they will
fall buck »»ut of the valley."
Other reports state that the enemy is leav
ing tlie Shenundnah Valley.
Nothing has been received from General
for two days.
Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War.
.
up
strength
Sher
THE REBELS IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY
New York, Aug. 28.—A Hagerstown d's
patch to the Herald, dated the 29th, stme*
that the enemy endeavored to cron* the Po
tomac at Will amsport and oilier places, but
were prevented l»y our forces.
A dispatch futm the cavalry headquarters,
dated Saturday night, states that no rebels
bad crossed Lhe river yet. and all was quiet
* c , », w . jit
Sheppjirdst.-wn, W. Ilium «port and Hugers
toWn
A Harper's Ferry dispatch, dated yester
day, states that a careful reoounuiHsunce that
morning developed the iact that the rebels had
withdrawn from our front during the night
Our cavalry pushed on an l ovcup.e i Charles
town without meeting the enemy. Op. nions
prevail that Grant's recent movements have
uecesitated Harly'x recall to Ui«kiuv>nd.
DIED.
On the 2fith of Angu«t. at the rciidence of hia
father's Alfred K. Wuotteu, Attorney Gcaor.d of
the Mate of Delaware, und only s. n of II *n. Ed*
ira Wootten, uged 2y years and *< m nth'«.
On the 23ohof August at Milt n, of G nsumption,
It *l»ert 11. Ti ncy, aged 26 y
Oa the 18th of August, near Lhu cI, Alice daugh
ter of Phdlip und Caddie il itch, aged 1 year end
3 months.
On the 2?th of August, in this pince, Ma thew
Beuch son of Elisha a«ii E izabuth Mi man, aged II
years ô mouths and 22|days.
On the 18th of Augipt,
Ilettie E. Magee, aged ft» years 2
hr.
t 8
N
Co
Low*< Cross Roads,
onths und 2 days
k
«. S. HO LOIN.
for
The Secretary of the Treasury gives n .tieo that
8ubsoripti<
Notes, payable three years, from Aug. lâth 1864,
with
ived lor Goup'u lreaMiry
will be ret
ent
reg
tioe.
hie
duties
i-annuol interest at the rate of
three-tenths j»cr cent, per annum,—principal and
interest both to lie paid iu lawful
These notes will Le convertible ut the opti
the holder at matur.ty, into
ncy.
Of
per cent, gold bcar
ing b >n Is, payable not leas than live nor more thun
their date, as the (iovorumeut
twenty years ,i
may elect. They will be isauud iu denominations
ot ÿoU, 610U, ^oou, *>i,D(h» und $ö,Uuü, und all sub
must be for kfty dollars or some
ntipie
seripto.i
The
which
Vtii'n
He
und
uity uohars.
The notes will ho transmitted to Iho owners free
ot transportât mu charges a? Soon after the receipt *
{*!' the originui CortiKeates of Deposit gu they uuu
be piepar-d,
As inu notes draw interest from Aug 15, persons
must pay
to
C
con
making uepusits sub*c«ia«ut to that
the mieiost ucciueu ij^lu
note to du
Parlies depositing tWcnty-fire thousand dollars
xur «Lese botes at any one time wil>
be allowed a coiiiuii«*toi of onu-quarler ot
uuut., tvuicii will oo paifi by me ircoaury Dcp.trt
n.• .» L upon lue »ecc.pl'o. u bld
iu to tue
up,
le per
the umuuiit
j» wxm wbui
in
u ucuucUjuo .or eomi^iast,us
was
uo .rum tuu dcpo.-itd
SPECIAL UIVASTAG^S THIS
i 1 "
UAS.
It is a National •tavI' gs Bank, t ficr.u 0
higher ruio *i in coat ihm .tuy other, and me U
rity. Any uuViuge,
toro m Ü. ö. Note.', c.usj tcn> that.ID puyuig m the
best circulating meuium of die oouutiy,
not p.iy iu auy thing be te», iur its uitu
either iu ^ovetumeut ««uimtic- or iu uotcu or bouds
govcill.uoul pa^ur.
At io cquu iy c uvcuLCAtt aé a temporary or
UiabcUb »U« c-imvut, Afiu Uwtca cab ai.fa^a bu
lor «mil
iuLcrusi,
col.atciuls lui
.u
r».y w»th
lie
Cou verlible into 4 Six. per ecu t. 5-JO
ou.u Luud.
in addition tu the veft' uueiui mietest un the
«« y
I »»
lu»
F«*
IUU UUliOil
yer ca^ui e»nuu
oh b. *. Clicks Abu
«cut. nil» L»u seen thdt tho ac.ual profit
present
*.v
this
ld^ci rates, is not less than
Ik
At
ten per cent, per annu
Its Exemption
cipul Taxi
But aside from all the advantages wc have enum
erated, & speoial Act of Cpngtess exempt* all bonds
and Treasury notes frojfav
average, this exemption is worth about two per
cent, ppr annum, according to the rate of taxation
iu various parts ef the Gftntry.
It is believed tfiat no securities offer so great in
ducements to lenders as thosoissued by the govern
ment. In all other formsjof indebtedness, the faith
or ability of priv&to partita or stock companies, or
separate communities, onb, is pledged for payment,
while the wholo property of the country is held to
secure the discharge of al the obligations of the
United States.
While tho government ofcers the most liberal terms
for its loans, it believes
poal will be to the loy
Slate or Maui
atiou.
of
est
by
is
cal
be
t
tho very strongest np
and patriotism of the
peop^o.
Duplicate certificates wil be issued for all de
posits. xhu party deposititg must ondorsc upon the
oi iyinsil «orliüouto the dtnomiuation of notes re
quired, and whelhor they
or payable to order. Wh
to be issued in blank
endorsed it must be
left with tho ofiioeir recoivlag the deposit, to bo for
warded to the Treasury Dip&rtmeut.
fc5UBsgiui*TiONB will 8i| RECEIVED *by tho Trea
surer ot the United Stages, at Washington, the
several Assistant Treasurers and ^designated De
positaries, und by the
loss
at
will
leav
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PHILADEL
PHIA, PA., FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BAL
TIMORE, MD., FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
V/ A SHIN G TON, D. C., atd by all other National
Banks which are depusitatas of publio money, and
ALL RESPECTABLE BANKS AND BANKERS
thougbOnt the country w*l give further informa
tion and
AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUBSCRI
Sept. 2—3ms.
up
BERS.
STATE OF DELAWARE.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTME NT.
Whereas, It is provided by an Aot of the Gob-
erai Assembly of this State that if any person or
persons shall iuduce or procure, or cause to be in-
du«o<l or procured, or Bhail solicit, pursuode, en-
deavor ur attempt to induce or proouro, or shall aid,
abet, or assist iu inducing or proouring or shall aid,
- assist iu soliciting or persuading, endeavor
ing or attempting to induce or procure any inhabi
tant, resident or u.iiAen of.|his State for th« mili
tary ur naval service uf the United States, or any
otnur Estate, Territory ur tho District of Columbia,
for th. bouelit of auu to be credited to any such
oihot State, Territory ur the Distriot of Columbia;
or «hall mac or car» y er «aase to be taken
, or shall attempt or endieavor to take or oarry,
or shall aid, ubet
tempting to kuko
abet
assist in endeavoring
• oarry beyond her territory or
jurictuictiou of this btato any inhabitant, resid
vr citizen thereof to be enlisted and credited
shall induce
»it
ent
aforesaid,
persuade, endeavor,
cause, or solicit,'or«
attempt to induce or procure
or uid abet or assist in soliciting, persuading, en
deavor mg or attempting to induce or procure any
iuuubili.nt, resident or citizen of this tstato to w
beyond tue territory or jurisdiction thereof for the
purpose of being mustered and credited as aforoeaid;
ur oeiag wi» bin this Btale, shall recruit for,
er, or enlist or uid, abet, ot assist to recruit for, or
usftr, ur enlist iuto said ter vice for any other
Distcrot of Columbia, he, she
r tuey shall bo dcetnsd guilty of a misdemeanor
aud upon conviotkm thereof upoa lu »»otment shall
Uu lined not Iosj than two tkoasuad
five thousand dollars, and shall be imprisoned not
less than two nor more thun five yean, and shall
pay the costs of prosecut ion.
Now therefore, I,. William Cannon, Governor of
the Btato ef Delaware, do hereby m»ike knov.» tho
passage of said act, and warn and forbid all perrons
against the violation of any of the provision*
thereof..
I.L.8.] In testimony wbxheof, I have hereunto
tet my hand and caused the Great Beal of the
fctate to be affixed at Dover, this sixteenth day
of August, in the year of our Lord one thoasand
eight hundred und sixty-four, and of tho inde
pendence of the United States the eighty-ninth.
WILLIAM CANNON.
gq
d's
stme*
Po
but
rebels
quiet
Btate, Territory ov
more than
yester
that
had
night
nions
have
By the Governor,
BAMUEL M. HARRINGTON» Jr.
bevretary of State.
b«pt. 2.—3t
Oppicic
taxe.,
yjj
&
**/neS S
üuùil»
N E. Corner of Tenth anl Ch,3tnnt St».
miLA DFLFÈIA.
Ü1DBR
L. FAIHHAXKS, A. SI.,
years /.inelpiu
manager of Duyant A jstiiattox's Cuiumeisiai
Co lege.
A MODEL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
at
uateU
Uvu
ti an
».New
MANAGEMENT OP
for the last t
i| chief business
-CO
i*ei
Appo«
Creed,
viue.
Conducted on a new system of Actual Bussiness
Training, h -ough (be establishment of egitimate
Ofhcers ami Counting-U .uses, representing differ
ent departments <>f Trade «ni < ommerue, und a
reg dar Bank of Dop sit and I.-sue, giving the
student all »be uiv ntagcs of actual
tioe. ami qualifying b
hie time and most effective
duties und employments of busausR h e.
The Course of instruction in the f heoratioul De
partment embraces Book-keeping, Commercial
Calculations, Leu crics on Duskiness affairs.
Penmanship, Commlecial Law, Forms, Corres
pondence, Ac.
I Tac
tile ah .rtes^, pu- Mi
lner for lie various
lion,
t.
kiln,
River
Il
Nuuttc
IN THfi BUSINESS. DEPARTMENT.
The student enters upon the Graduating Course,
which lnom£s a a continuation in the abovo.stUuies,
Vtii'n tueir practical application in all their details.
He will in turn fill the possition of Aooountant and
Proprietor in the various Departments of Wholcva.e
und Retail Trade, Forwarding, Jobbing and C
mission . u i
paid
uty
taxes
. Bunkiny, Manufacturing, Mining.
nnully will act as Cashier,
d Teller in the Bunk, i& each of
hi« p.cvious knowledge will be put
Stcuuab <aniig, Ac..
Book-keeper
which positio
to tho fullest praothul test.
The In.-tituiion oilers to young men numerous
advantages not posses. cd by uny other Commercial
C lle^e in the Btato. It is complete in all its ap
pointments. It is the only Institution in tho Stute
con luctod
day,
lord,
upon
actual business principles,
of instruction is unsurpassed, and may be
half the time usually spent
quenue of
• ngernen*, uu l the adoption of the
system.
Diplomas .iwarded
kki ial Cot
T he
completed
about o
in other instuims.
inttroly
i-f.tol
on the completion of the
all the higher
•f Banking, Mavi pactuhino. UaIliioading,
^«•n l fur a Circui ir.
wliioh euibr*
1 "
Sept. 2—6
3 1.000.000,
PUBLIC NOriCE.
llu
iu
SALE OF DELAWARE STATE BONDS.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER, UNDER AUTHORITY
FROM THE LEGISLATURE OF DELAWARE,
the* liutu Extra Scs.-iou, will sell at Pub
or
uny
day
ou
at
»acted
lie Auoti(»n, in tho
CITY OF WILMINGTON
Al Hi« til y Hull,
AT 2 O'CLOCK, p.m.
On Tliur»flA>' tin* 1st, Friday the
2 nd, Tuesday tfeic till», mid IVed
nestiay the 7ih days oi* Septem
ber uext.
Bunds of tho State of Delaware,
TO AS AMOUNT NOT EXCKBDINO
I"
•1
RRlHlLLni) QF DOLLARS,
tux
bu
her
—*
ur
payable » n or bef to the 1-t day of January. A D.,
188Ô, the interest payable b.iifyeariy >n the 1st.my
of January «lid July at he Funnel s' Dank of the
.1 wa'VT'.itrn ■ urn —~i neiroina «« »H êaeo
iti .n .>(*$1000 au 1 will U sold «11
ni 1 wo hi.ndied uni fitly ait-»
d « n each day. They will bear
the inter
est will ruu ir -m ihat day. rhu first payment of in
terest to be Aiude >-n the 1st day of Jaiy, A. D. ltoüu.
As this and uu itherdebt of*230,000, both c
by the Stute in cunueo'i..
her sole in .ebte
nuiounr uf $17u,UUU iss
Delaware R.ulr .a I C.»
is Inl y p.^Vidodfi
Otate
be of the Ueiu
..1
suitable |o.
gether w.ll I
date •. u the la day .«f January next,
lie
or
S
<'ii
the
in
or
or
be
as
or
icU„WB, viz:
Nu. 1, Compri-ing Brandywine, Chris
ti aim, Mill Creek, uu<t Wiluiingtun Hun lieds, in t
Divisi 11 No. 2, Cumpn-mi .V üaè Cu.y Creek,
ew Oaatle, KeU Li .n. St. Oeur b er, und
Po»t Uinee,
!
»tea
ith the wur, c •nstüuto
; uut her b »mU tu the
lor the ben «.it cf the
t »uuy, the piyin-u. uf whtuh
by .in amp u smk.ug fund set
apart *«•» th tpurpo e,) the muu uf the
tioned b u»i- uuer « tu purs -us uud ourporutx- us de
siring to mvu t poem meutly
The Best Possible Security.
THD LKUISLAIURE HAS l'LEDHED
THE FAITH OF THE STATE
»
AND ALL TillS TAXA »LK PROPERTY WUH
IN HER LIMITS FOR THE FAITHFUL
PAYMENT OF THE INTEREST AND
PRINCIPAL OF THF. AFORE
SAID BON I) 8.
The Bonds will be ready fur delivery ot once,and
must be paid for at the time and place of sale. Pay
ment will be received in sound currency.
LOXLEY R. JACOBS,
State Treasurer.
August 26, 1864.—2t.
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Collector's Notice,
Office of Collectoii of Internal Revenue,
Dovku, Del., August 1st, 1864.
Notice is hereby given that the annual list of
taxes, containing tho tuxes on Inoomes, Licenses,
('arriiigcp, Billiard Tables, Yachts, and Silver plate,
for the year J 864, has been received from the As
sessor for this district, and will be placed in tho
hands of the deputy cwliecturs fur collection, un and
after Monday, the 22d day of August, A. D. 1864.
at suob places and times us shall nureufter bo desig
nated by the deputy cuileot.»rs, within their respec
tive divisions,
Divisi
Penc «der,
ApptMjuiiimi
Geor.e ii. .VIunt), lieputy
Delaware City.
Divou.n Ivo. 3, Comprising Deck Click, Little
M^ittVras ilay^deputy^ oui, ector. omoMiao'cT. !
villo. f i
Divisiun No. 4, Comprising Murderkill, Nliffj.il- |
lion, und Milford Hundred«', iu Kent county. John I
F. Civ meut.» deputy collector. Post Office, L'umdcn.
DiviwuB Kv. S. L'oiaprising Cedar Creek, Brutul
ÄÄÄiSÄÄ
Vaugbuu uepury collector. Post Ofiice, Milton.
Division No. 6, Comprising North West Fork,
Nanticke. Littie Creek, Broad Creek, Dagsboru, und
Baltimore Hundreds, in öussex county. David W.
Mulio, ueputy eoucctur. Post Office, Laurel.
uty eulleut-rs, ten per oeutum will be Added to ail
ouK! tux, upon which five per
1
^___
DEPIjTli ( OLLM IOR S XO I II L.
Notice is hffiehy gtveu thut 1 will attend the. fel
iowiag place'on the day. uaued:
Cross Roads, Nuuucu«.e ».d.; Butnrduy Augukt27th,
at Laurel, Little ireek .aid bo nd i reek flu: ; 'lues- ■
day, August Jitth. »»t Milibtx.ro, Dagsbt.ro lid.;
Wednesday Au e u»t 31st, ut ten'erv.l.e. Baltimore
Hundred, to rece.vu the :uin upon the annual lia
for 1864. as oompiKvu m the »orgoin. notice of tho
CoUe °' v '
Hundreds,
New Curdle
. »eotor.
«.nty.
or
or
of
tho
the
day
gq
paid
taxe» except the
oontum w»ll be auucu
C. H. B. DAY, Collector,
Distriot of Delaware.
DAVID W. MOORE.
Deputy LVheotor Division.
mumev to loan. -
Tu loua uu bun.I
$750
uurtgige.
C. b. LAYTON.
foay o, 1864.
IJ. S. Internai Revenue.
Collectoi's Notice.
Oppicic op OoLLKcron of Imteiwal Rmvk.muu,
Do Vick, Del., August 1st, loOA.
Notioe is hureoy given tuut the
taxe., coUtuiUiU^ iüu iuxca ox^ inc ^u
Carnages, Dla.ard i'au.ca, l'iwaü, .iuU
Io04, lias heal» .ccc.vcu n
I.
! of
ceridy
_ I an
non, >uuud I
a. d. luin, ' S
1So
with
[L.
L
u»Uf c.uy Creek,
»un..! lidt of
AjiOOUScS,
t tie y
or lur this d.s.r.ot.
üuùil» of the uej uty cou
is
•r MoiiUay, tuu 22a day u» Au
i times as I
shuli uuiea ,e.
at oi.eh [.
uateU by the deputy o 4
Uvu divisions,
ico
./iiows, vu :
Division au. 1. Comprising Drandywi
ti an a, Mill Cieuk, ana \Ni.m.n n i;U
».New Custiu County. John
Dost OK.ec, W
5, Chris
O'
-CO
lUer, »Nos Cuct»«:, licit
i*ei
Appo« i umumiiiu liuaiibus, i
Ueorge D. Aioiicy, deputy
Delaware City.
Division No. 3, Comprising Duck Crcok, Little
Creed, und Doier ilunmeus,
Matthias Day-, deputy euilecloi, Dual OUiee, liastet
viue.
Division No. 4, Comprising Murderkill, Mispil
iuut
tw Vttiuc county,
icetor, Tost Duiue
Kent county.—
lion, iiiid Alii.
t. Clements deputy uoilcoUr, Boat Uiuoo, u-diuvu.
Division Mo. o t Comprising leuitr Creek, DroaU
kiln, ueorgetoMD, Lewis aim iieuouctb, U uaiuau.n
River Hundreds, in bussed Oouuty.
Vaughan deputy collecter, Rost C.uou, .union.
Au. 0, Compris.ug Aoitu iVcst Fork,
, Litt.eCue.«, ürouu Creek, Dag
BaUiinoie ii an..reds
Mooio, uuputy
Il îiic tax.ü« o di tame
. Un. I
uUt.y. 0
in.
lilVi
Nuuttc
oussvx county, u
neetor, Fv.st Utnue, Daure
wituin the s»
c not
uep
uuuwd to ail
B I
paid at tue t.
uty eoiieotois, tea per ceutu
taxes except tue inco
centum will be udueu in uu e..
ies« e uated by tue u»u
tax, upou
iu n»e pur
m.»rv
But
m..ro
the
ties,
inter
the
C. ii. D. D.aY, Collector,
DieU'ict oi Delaware.
Deputy Collector'» Notice.
Notice is hereby given, that 1 will attend at
Georgetown, oif iuesuuy, m» 6 u*t «U; Dcwcs, a
day, bopt. 1; Milton, öutuiuay, oept. ad; Mil
lord, Monday, Sept. o. lotU, to
upon tho unnual list lor lMi4, us
foregoing notice
receive tue taxes
comprised in tfic
the coiiectur.
E. M. VAUGHAN,
Deputy Colioctor.
e tlie proper
N. B.—Persons will please
change.
Aug. 5, 1864.—4t.
A.N" ACT
TO R&ISE REVENUE
FUU THIS »STATE.
Bu »I onaclud by lue 6eiiuio and ii in')» ut
llu présentai » v es ut the buitu ul Beluwuie, in
Geneitu Assembly met, us iullows:—*
bkciiON 1. Every pe»son, corporation or as
sociation or company ol perso
ratiun, engaged ,«r x...ui xa.iy hereatier engage
iu the business of lruusp.»i ting or carry.ug
hftr on laud
'
passeugei'ä uy hicuui p »wer,
or water, iu, Uirougu, upon, over ur uort*
uny port mil of tn«& biuic,
toriul iiiMitt» of the
day of October next und ttiei cutter mmitliiy
ou the lii'sit day oi eacii uioiitn <>r witliin ti\c
days thercultex, pay iuto the lmmis of tlie
State Treasurer lor tue use ot tiio State, it
at and alter the rule ot ten cents tor every
transported within this .Stale
duiiug the month then just ended. P.ovided,
tout when tlie truusp*riuti
shall be by railioaa and the dirccth
ltMigih of uis jourucy shall bo su*
•avei up .11 mor
wuhiu tue ten
!
, mi tiio lirst
same,
til\
I"
juger
nt
and
is to ro
ue ivad
qu.ru him to
tha
u shall ho but one
tire.- u.id that aha .
•1 lue .same
, liter
as »
tux paid to the »ika.e Tr
bu pu d by tbu puib.ni, a-.s.
.m up ui tim rund u
Iliajuui'ilty bfgii.S. Ill OM IUa. tg
her uf paiocUi.gors lûf i r d t in i»i
—* t
•u.iiti ï
«*«
\ hy wii.c-i.
ur c rp .1
«11
and
l
T •*
.-•il *»
^ II *r
to
..1 t.ie J.
«d St t u
Section-. Wuii
he
t
ot
» a.».y>
jr il
:i«i «.t uny month, it nbail oe the ituly ol t.
per-on u*>udu :c ng the ut -ie^i d bu«
«■XI
ness ol
ease an ass
tritiisp ni.ig pa*»c
ei.iti 11 or c liipuny «I persons or e.aporatioii
lie so engaged) .1 sa d u s.fiuti 11 , eumpui.y
or c rp rut ion, to mu<te a s ateme .t to
S a'e Treasurer, ve. ticd hy ire« ath or uffir
nuitioii of 1 Inn • T e isu 0 -, or Ku «per of me r
fund'!. ( f the minier ol pus-e. gets earr.ed
<'ii a«e unt ol wnom ihty a:e subject to tlie
tux aforesaid, nnd also to imy «.
the tax or duty aforesaid. Any fii lure to d
thin shall, in the case of an unliv dua! per
son or company or association of port* ms not
incorporated., so tiansporting or currying
pasf-engers, be deemed a îuÎMlemeatior and
subject the offender on conviction hy indict
ment, to u line of one th- u'and dollars; and
in the case of a corporation, the said in lure
shall work a revocat.on of-its charter and the
same shall from thenceforth be deemed and
taken to be und shall be absolutely revoked.
And further, in case «>f any in-liv dual person
or company nr association of persons us afore
said, so tail ng, it shall be unlawful for h m
or them thereafter to prosecute or 0 mduct *r
be eoneenied in the currying of passengers
as aforesaid in this Stute, und if he or tuey
shall presume to pursue said business, they
shall be guilty of a lu.sdemeauor, and ><n e«»ii
viotion by ind.ctment, be punished by fine
not less tban one th usuud d-.liais, and im
prisonment not less than one ye »r.
Section 3. The Court of Chancery shall
have jurisdiction and power, and upon the
application of the State Treasurer on hehull
or the State, it shall be the duty of the Cnan
cellor to restrain, by injunction process, any
breach of this act, by carrying passengers,
after failure to make the stutement and pay
ment or et her of them, prov.ded for by tue
second section of this act. And further, in
cave of any fa lure by an^ corpmation tocoui
ply with tlie terms of this act applicable to it,
in t ho State Treasurer shall report the tact im
V •"« u «" e ™' As 8 eml,| y' » in "r
«ton ut tlio.r next meeuug regular »r a.l
und journetl, anil al«i to tlie Attorney General.
wiinee duty it ahull be proceed without dei'uy
against the suiil corporation in the tribunal.
! tn carry tlie afin*
géra or (.
20U
at
*er to »lim
of
As
tho
! "[«O' Corporal.,,tl liable to the provision ot
i th:*» «et, uny clause ur provision so lesti ic
| ting tho amount ol toll to he ciiurged tor the
I transportation ni* pusse tigers us that tins act
would accqidiug to the present »ate oi
charges by the law eorp ration operate uii
i-' 1 ® »*;!•;«> 4 '
and enacted that the said to» poi ation shall
have the right to increase the said toll to tiie
und amount of the tax herein provided lor.
W. Section 5. The State Treasurer shall have
aud exercise every necessary power to enable
J-irn to ascertain L tax pay'able according
ail 1° * provisions ot this act, and he may en
per f' ,r ihe ;*nyment of the same and all the pro
1 r'n-ionsof chapter 29, of the Revised Code of
this State, conlening power, &o., upon that
officer und his collectors iuTelation to t?.e cx
ecution of the warrant issued to him by tl»e
L. Auditor for the collection of tlie State taxj®
fel- shall be exercised by him and them in tho
oullectiou of the tax pr,,v dçd by th.s act.
«• The lodmoo official
bond ol i be State Treasurer shall extend to
'lues- ■ the'mbtaey receive») under the provisions ol
lid.; this act, and to the péri rum* ce of tho duty
oi C Heeling the ttloresaid tax, which duty is
lia |, e ©by imp »sed up».n hun.
tho btcTioN 7. The Sene ury « f State shall
—>e a copy if th s «ot duly te. titii «I, to he
published utmed utily il» «all tfe i»«w*i ape.9
oi this Suite, and t«> be kept publ.shed u*c»e
iu lor the space of three in mbs.
l'ussed v t L) »vor, August 11, 18G4.
[8iguoU] John boKDEN.
fcipcakoi* ot the House ol Reprebcutiiuves,
into eifuct.
Section 4. In case there be in the charter
..1
Joiim Green,
Speaker of the Senate.
State of Delaware, 1
Executive D'jjurfno nt. )
I. Sa.uucl M 11 Arrington, Jr., So-,rc ft'^y •
! of fr-aio •»! the biutu <d Uciiiwuie, d » hereby
ceridy timt t.ie loiegoiug is a correct copy *»f
I an lie ot » lie Ge..e;ul Asreuilily # ut tin* biute,
I eutillcd **Ai. Act to hum» lewi.uo lor Ibis
' S ate," patibeu ui D..\e., Au^uki LI. A. It.,
1So 4 ; die haine having t»eeo cent pareil i»y me
with the orign.al roll ii w in my office.
[L. S.J In leMiui ny wlieruol, 1 nave i.ereunto
y bund ui.fi « Hie al seal ul U .vor, tint
fifteenth day ot Augu.t, in die year otM.ur
L ii*d one in usuu.i u.gm liu.idreû and hlk*y *
lour.
Saul. M. Harrington, Jk.,
bcciLtuiy oi Stute.
August 19, 1864—3mo*.
BAUGHS
RAW BONE
Super-Phosphate of Lime
BAUGH & SONS,
SOLE MAN Uf AcTLUOUS,
Store So. 20 S. Drlnnnrc Avooiif,
PlliLAt>x.Lil'lliA.
This article has for many ycurs enjoyed a high
repututi. n
unequalled peimaucuee, and wo
important in
great etüuieuey
.f
a ree I y mein it
i-annual udvort.soihcui to say
m.»rv thun merely cult the litten lioU of buyers to »t.
But wc will also state to farmers and Dealers in
Fertilizers that it has beon
render our RAW BONK PHOSPHATE more and
m..ro worthy of the full confidence of farmers, by
the use of every facility at commund und the aid of
scientific skill, in essentially improving its quali
ties, and we have never ullowed this purpose to Re
inter ered with by the great and steady adv
the oust of all matters pertaining to our business
throughout the post two years.
The Raw Bono phosphate may be had of any
regular dealer in Fuitilizers (to whom we advise
armers to apply,) or of the manufacturers and pro
prietors.
• ■ I i t lUl
> BAUGH A SONS, ^
N ». 20 South Delaware Avenue.
Philadelphia.
July 15. 1861.—3m.
U]
dW
BA
m
i
' ?
For Kats. .Mire, Uoarlies, Ants,
Iletl Bugs, lAottis in I'urs, Woolens,
Are., luNeciHou ITuuls, Fowls, Ani
mals, dc.
up in .àc. 50c. and $1,00 Bnxcfe, Bottles, nnd
lor ilorELs, Puulio In
!
Fliisk«. $3 «ml $5 si»
8TITCTIONM, Ac.
'•Only iufalihlo
sdios known."
Free fro
'•Not duiigeruus to the Uumnn Family."
" Rats •: uic out of their hoir < tu die."
^SÔ^Süld Wholesale in all large cities.
>^Suld by till Ding
ÿi»t.s und Retailers every where
•f all wurthios« Imifation«.
see (hut "Costah's" mue« ià on euch Box,
li-ttle, and Flask, before you buy,
^50"* Address
II EX' K V It. COSTA It.
N. Ï.
eiqwn, Del.
L I*)r.l»Ol *i»2 iiltt'A D«V A
^■vr' Fair
T Gc
M .ruh IS. '64.-53.
Öi|<|»le's Dr»;g St
.
FRUIT JARS.
Self-oc
quarts
Ô i l-U.L Jars, ha.» ga». .«
and pint.-, t the Yury best quality. Also, aiu» 0 o
• t o'.UN 1« JuùIUj, uutu i i.a..wd»y-^ny-e>ur br ut i ' g A t fc
•iho lu.kii.ut. For »au at Gtu i c j t's Dii.g
to
>ld et U
Wa.Uut struct,
.■s ut lue lowe.t prieca.
ot
h . .»•
the ii.
.1
I'
4I0.X
l
Aii glut
ol
r
the
m
*r
im
the
tue
in
it,
im
"r
a.l
FOR SALE.
A Tract oi' i'
11 jar L. tit J, c ■n'ainiti
.re 1 . rftta tea-m.it
20U acte
uuthail lings—the r
P.no, Velio
at (he Pa e. a ill M,uure 2ÔCU l'eetoi tauter.
Price, $1» per
le,
lira growth He.ot
. White o>.k, Ac, y .uity
Pine, Ujpi
Apply ta
D. J. LAYTOri. üeorgetown, Del.
cr to EDWAltD 1*. II utltis.
Hu. So Jehu .Street, New York
August 19, 1864.—3m.
MISPLACED.
On Thursday night, thu 11th inst., some p< t'on
took from I^uuo F. Warten, ut Now Murket Lamp
Ground, in Suesex county, a suit of Silver Mounted
Carriage ll unc.-s with u leaiher pud under saddle,
knots tied in truuus, und ro..nd leather reins. The
not taken. The purs» n who
inferior sui. in pi
•» havo by icturniag to- the
ISAAC F. WARREN,
New Market.
C. W. PRETTY MAN.
Le «ces
brid.e und collar
took the above bame^s loft
which they
hers then;
Aug. 19, 1861.— 1 2t.
FARMS I
FARMS !
FARMS I
FARMS!
desirous of selling your farms, please
a full and fair description, with price and
If you
send
terms, if you want to purchase a Farm, oall or
send fur n copy of my REAL ESTATE REGIS
TER, .ent gratis.
be found a
In my register
A large number ol Dwellings, Stores#
Building Lots, Farms, Country
_cleats, »Mills, Timber Lands, &o.,
U.C., .esuriptiun and price, both for sale
and to exebunge.
Prompt attention given to selling property at
Publio i>ale.
Pennsylvania lands for sale or exohange.
GEORGE N. TUWNrfEND.
Reul Estate Broker and Cunyeyauuer,
1231 south 4th Street, Philadelphia.
Send for a Real Estate Register, the largest ever
ot
ic
the
act
oi
uii
tiie
have
en
pro
of
that
cx
tl»e
taxj®
tho
to
ol
duty
is
shall
he
ape.9
u*c»e
January 15, 1864.—tf.
GO TO
MILTON,
TO BUÏ YOUR
Drugs, »Medicine«, Perfumery, de.
THE uu designed havipg just received a large
und complete stuck ot Drugs,. Ac., from soutQol .the
be«t houses »u the city, wui nut only warrant' them
cheap, if not
as represented in quanty, oui sell
eheapei than auy other denier. .
\Ve call especial atUntiun to our oarefullyfcelect
cd ituck u» Bruges, among which may be found
Cloth, Hair, Teeth, Nail, öhaving, Dust, Ewfeepiug,
Wail, brumb. doruu, Faint, Varms
lies. Pocket Books
, and.utlicr
'ariuty ; Fuoket k.u.ves
ry ul all sums,
oOlO
bl
; btu
a, i'erluni«ry ut the
Hair funic, Dj
VaruiaUoa, Ou», Futiy,.Wheel
Dye NVukds, fiavormg Ex
il all kinds.
Pnut.»jj
bi .a« d
tics ; l'amp:, Lui
hue.. ce, Dje .Cu
q. A Ai.
Ft
UUOlS
gCe, «ko. i.iuo Tunet ÖuUpa U
CtilcbiUtCU i'altlu MoulClUca.
Cum us; ail
Ltgai> «md lobiMJ
«ok, &h»»dca, Lbhhhuys, Ao.
Aconite
c ; Lumps. Lump
Try
i
'uut L >ZkU 0
L.
W u »ec» tbankiul for ail favors beret fore made,
r würfet a
conduct
uy
L. B. CHANDLER,
MajJ3, 1864.—-tiiu.

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