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   Union, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1865, Georgetown, Delaware                               r. T. PVBLI3HKB EVERY PRIDAT AT Georgetown, Delaware TERMS OP ADVERTISING SC An J fur each subsequent insertion) 025 Two SHARKS, one month, 2 56 six months, 13 00 one year, 25 OC "Larger advertisments filling OBe-fourth, one-half, three-fourths or a whole column will be taken at lower rates, and must be made the inbjeet of ipecii arrangement. EXCELSIOR COFFEE. trying Toffee of all the various brands ''BROWNING S the it stands. Truk ifa not like others that aro "SOLD U A little "tretch, tVe all Jo Xnow, good goods TTI! easily bear, [Hut T. stretch like a >ld apt to tear >w, I can w ithont any hesitation TheiVs none like 1 KOU S EXCELSIOR m this cnhgMervo 1 nation CbCnilhtb UUL iVuiiil a Owfixjo from AUJ store the same ingredients as is then, any one m or out of the Coffe trade V> ho kn >ivs the articles from which, KxcqKur s made, I m told it's made from barley, rye, wheat, beans. and peas Name athousaad other the RIGHT if you please, But with the Coffee-men I will mot hold contention For the many, things they numerous to mention. "Whilst they're engaged in running round from to store To learu the current wholesale price of "Browning's my gives perfect satisfac flare formed a plan by which they hope to cause a <4tuck reaction. The with afew, no doubt'twill be mor  their o the only brand that will stand a ready teat "N trv a 1 ttlo of them which you like the bebt Three i ear away smje I first sold a st re Ket cr hare I m our piper idrcrtised before would In w t r cr consent to publish more, TfTilxL u-el bj "suld cry tvln.ro, in VL-J to-e A tndt like thw I do not wish, the orders I could njt fall, Thtf f-x r> ill land would t a foot to till JM} 'ride 13 not large, still I think I my -.hare, Itu% reader, you may rest assured, 'tis NOT "'SOLD Pitt WHERE and for Sale by the GEOBGE L. BROWNING. No. 2O ITIarltet street Cam den, W. J. Plus Coffee is not compo-ed of poisonous drugB, it contains nothing deleterious, many persons use this Coffee that cannot use the pure coffee, it takes Lut one and a half ounces to make a quart of good strong coffee, that being just one-half the quantity it of Jara Coffeo, and always less than hall the pnce RETAIL DEALERS may purchase it in less than tea gross at my pnees from the Wholesale Grocers jG9-Ordcra by mail from Wholesale Dealers promptly attended to. 2-25- 3m. WHANN'S h >M 111. PTOL. 32. GEORGETOWN; DEL., FRIDAY, MAY, 12. ises. WHOLE NO. 84 Agricultural Chemical- Co's CHEAP FERTILIZERS. THE Fcrtilfzers prepared by the Agricultarn. Chemical Co (a Company chartered by the Legis ;uro of Penury U an la with a capital of !iave been prmed m practice to bo the cheapest raoat profitable ami best, for the farmer, Gar anil Fruit grower, of all concentrated mamma now offered in my market. The Company's list cm braces the folfbwaig P4BHI-ETTE This Fertilizer is composed of night soil and the fertilizing elements of urine, iombmed chemically and mechanically with other ilubln fertilizing agents and absorbents. It is reduced to a paUerulent condition ready or immediate use, and without loss of it its highli nitrogenous fertilizing properties IU universal applicability to all crops and soil and its durability and active qualities, aro well mown to baall that agriculturists can desire. CHEMICAL COMPOST. This fertilizer rased of animal matter, such as meat, bone, fish leather, hair and -wool, together with chemicals _ unc fertilizers, which decompose the mass and retain the nitrogenous It is a YCTJ valuable fertilizer for field crops gen- erally, and especially for potatoes, and garden pur >oses. Its excellent qualities, strength and cheapness isvo mode it >ery poplar with all who have used it. COMPOjSITK THIS highly fertilizer is particularly idapte 1 the c litigation of trees, fruits, lawns and flowers It will promote vigorous and icalthy wo und fruit and largely m orcase the qa mlity ind perfect the maturity of the ruit tor hot h >use TIH! household plants and lowers, it njll bo f iuud nn mdi-pcnsabk irtiele tu secure their greatest perfection It ivill pretenl and cure conditions of the pe ich .md ;rape and is excellent for grass and Inwn" It is composed elements as ra ike it adapt id to tbo growth of all kinds of erut s in all kmd( of PO Is The formula method of combining its con stituent fertilizing ingredients h-ue received the ugaest approval of eminent chemists and scientific agnoulturists. PHOSPHATE OF UHE. The Agncul !ui at Chemcal Company manufacture a Phosphate >f Lime in accordance with a new and valuablt Tojjnulaby which a very superior article is produced jo as to be afforded at a price than other manufactures charge Practical tests have proved hat its value as a fertilizer, is equal to the best phos >haie lime m the market. TERMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or more will be delivered at the Railroad Mitiona and the Wharves of bhipment free of cartage Cartage wil charged on all orders of 6 ban or lcsa One dollar pep .Ton allowance fur cartige will be made on all delivered at the Works ui the Com sany, on Canal >V harf. Ayricultinal Chemical Company's WoiLs, At Canal Whaf, on the Delaware, Ofacc, Atck St Pfaladdpitta, lya. phlct Ciieul.tr, embrac nr Hie, 1 ortilizers, ECU 11 B Tne C mp in lireotimis iur i 91 j m ul, lice, hen V9 fin WALTON WHANN, Manu'actrrcr -uid rropno'oM, 01 FICE V M) iRKHOl SE, S. TV. Cor. Front and Market DEL. 1 o to inf rm consumers and dealer thit we are now pro arc 1 tu fill large ordira of WHANN'S Raw Bone Super-Phosphate. Bat it i-, le-irili e hat suth orders "hould be senl m ear'y in the ie.1 en This Super-] jhjtclia. u id for cr il j ears past 01 rn N b i Oil Pi tatoei, and other crops, withj r i jt sLipi cd li> an} other j i in re ITS HIGH CHARACTER. The f thi-, art c'e his been gio-ith fi huted into la   --tmiM t t n 1 jitt 1 to her business. She is j f i pared to furHi i her tn-tomers with Bonnets tiio latest fa hi al 1 inds of TRIMMIV.S HVT-> and SHAKERS, on the most reasonable terms 4 H 1m BLINDS AND SHADES. B. J. WIIXIVWS. No. 16 NOUTII SIXTH STliEET TIIILA MlXtFACTDnEIl Ot VBNITIAN BLINDS ivn WINDOW SHADES The nnd fiunt assortment m tho city at! he lotrcitt caih pribe" STOKE SHADES MADE ASDi.EITERED. 4 7 -2m. TASKER CLARK, For tho Union." ONLY A PEIVATE. Only a private' Mot much to tell, No Major, no Colonel, No Officer fell. Only a private. Lay him away, Silently, calmly, No grand display Bursts forth a volley Over the mound, Memory and body, IIid m the ground. Only a private, Name soon forgot. In the great army, The private's lot. In a snag cottage, Over the plain, Waiting the coming Of private again. Mother and sister, Reading (ho news, Only a private, Namo WilUam Hughs. Only a private, My idol boy, Only a private, A sister's joy." Only a private, Bullets had slain, And then rebounded Back o'er the plain. Heedlessly wounding, Two in its train. Mother and .Bister, Bullets have slain. Officers lead, Pnvates, we knoWj Only the pnvntea Level the foe. Nobly the privates Leave home and friends, Seeking not honor, Our Flag to defend. Only a private Would toe could be, Pour out our Uftfs blood, T liu3 humbly. SUSSEX COUHTT, May 4th. A LOVE TALE. TOID BY AN OLD BACHELOR There is a little story, pleasantly told in [the pages of Once a Week, which we shall here present to our readers, connecting .he extracts we make by such remarks a: hall inake the tale intelligible. The good old bachelor, who recounts the history, had a young friend the son of the lady with whom, thirty years be fore, he had been in 1ovo. The young by ex- tremely epris of a Bliss Fanny Brown, the daughter of a city man, a great promoter of Limited Liability Companies. In the hope of inducing the old bachelor and his protege to take shares in the Steam Om- nibus Brown asked them to [dinner When they arrived his wife re- ived them with cold stateliness. Her dress was a magnificent triumph if cost over taste, and her manner tolc in a moment that she had never in tended us to be invited. Presently in ;ame and his daughter. Brown] ,vas very cordial in his manner, only I EOBEKT W1LTBANK, 4O9 South 2nd Street, below JPincJ ManMfRctnrer of all kinds of FINE AND PLAIN! Sugar Coated Corn, and Pop Corn tlo dealer in Foreign Fruits,  roposing for Fanny; aud a wise letter bey wrote, about the shortness of life ind the uncertainty of riches, and the usefulness of rank. Thay received from the father a polite but decided refusal. Well a few days after Harry get anoth er note, and having read it, thrust it in: the hand of his adviser. It ran thus Dear Harry Papa and mama hav consented to our marriage j come thi evening Ever yours, FANNY BROWN. Harry declared it was Fanny's writing "or the moment I almost thought it musi some wretched hoax. Harry did go! the Browns in trie evening; Mr and Mrs. Brown were very polite, though cold, ut the marriage was agreed to. I can safely affirm that I was never more [puzzled in my life than to discover the rea- n why the Browns had given their con- mt. I apologized to Brown for the irmth of my language; he was very po- lite but cold; so was Mrs Brown. Their tanner was just the same to Harry, anc iey evidently wished tis both at the bot- m of the sea. Harry, generous like mid have it that my conversation with rown, or perhaps a second reading of the tter, had touched their hearts but this olution was not satisfactory to me the day before the wedding to dine at Brown's with the lawyer. I am a trus tee and so forth in the matter, and I had to sign a mass of parchment, which took the lawyer a good.half hour to mumble the purport of which seem to be thatj everybody had as signed their property t, somebody else, and that somebody, I couldj not discover who, was regularly to pay the dividends half-yearly to nobody. I protesi I should had some doubts about puttin iy signature to such a confused heap o! had not Brown's lawyer, who hap ns to he my lawyer too, clearly explained [to me in five minutes at his, office rhich it afterwards took him half an houi mystify. Harry was to sleep at my cottage tha ight, and we left Brown's house togethe: '.o was in .excellent spirits, so was I too mt happiness at my time of life makes m1 iher sedate and meditative. I obsern iver now and then that Harry broke inf hearty laugh, which rather jarred upon! iy feehnps "What's the joke my bay I inquired at lust "I found out why the BrownsgavJ lie icphcd "Out with it said I, somew impatiently. Ton will never be able to look Brown ii ,he face without laughing." "I don't mind, if that is to be the only malty." said wben my letter ar-] lyed at the Browns' there was a- {remen !ous disturbasce; they tried every metb id to make Fanny give me threatening. Mrs. Denby too, was brought.iip tothe attack, and ver; skillfully did she allude to the effect Fan- ny's youth and beauty would make in thi great world, and all the court and hono that would be paid her. One mornin Mrs. Brown discovered that I had writte: several letters to Fanny; these she co; cated, and carefully placed tinder the loc key in her own particular and desk. I felt indignant at this, but Hairy. to my great surprise, only laughed. 'The evening of that he continu Fanny was by herself in the back drawin. room, when her father suddenly enterei with a packet of letters in his hand, lie requested her to return to me ind also to write a note saying that ou: affair had come to an end. Fannyofw expostulated, and then Mr. Brown said h liad just glanced at one or two of the le! ters as he came down from Mrs Brown'i room, and that he had never hoard such] precious I declare Brown had no right to read thi etters. .'I think perhaps he Harry, burs: ng Into a positive fit of laughter. 'He dared they were precious stuff, recollei in a cottage, and that sort ol oily. Presently he took np another ter and after fumbling at it with his gl es, he exclaimed in a state of great indi; nation, "Why, Fanny, this is too .bad! candalous! the fellow positively askg yoi to run 1' said I seriously "you old me about this running-off ichenn must know that 1 don't approve o: uch things." 'Fanny would never have he replied. "Then I am surprised that you should iave written such a letter "Fanny was surprised too, I can ussun u; she snatched the letter from her] 'ather's hand and took it to the light the window.7' "Whose is this letter, papa she they are very good; they have, writ- to me several times, but I shall te g they return, for I miss Harry sad- I. fress.. Oeorgeloam, D TERMS OF SUBSCUIPTION: IKE em (payment invariably in t! 60j K corr payment the close of the yetr, 2 50 POK A CLOT or conts-to one juJdren, rwzjnT ewtrt to pnyiwnt ia advance-SB iO Ot (bore rattn wffl1 Sr carried out for larger and in addition1 ire will copy >f paper gratis for on the gettw op of a club of fifty. yment thereof, in the manner last mention- louth of the chiken, haying its neck rawn straight, as the win8pipe med for breath, put in the instrument, id, running it carefully down the full igth of the wind-pipe turn it round and an inch in length, will be foundi aught in the barbs. I have taken out at one insertion. Two or three ope tioneare often neeaseary, but if faith jfully performed, the remedy is sure E R. within twenty days from and aftertheerpiratin ;he time within which such duty or tax should1 iavc been paid, and if the annual or other duties shall not be paid within ten days from and after each demand therefor, it shall be lawfnl for such collector, or his deputies, to- proceed to collect the said duties or taxes, with ton per centum additional thereto, as aforesaid, by distraint and sale of the goods chattels, or effects of the persons delinquent as aforesaid. And in case of distraint, it Core for Gapes in Chickens. I have tried the following plan, and it a certain cure for gapes in chick- ms. Take a medium sized broom splint, itha sharp knife make two or three near the. large end. Open the shall be the duty of the officer" charged with' the collection to make, or cause to be made, i acoonnt of goods or chattels distrained copy of which, by the officer making juch distraint, eball be left with the owner or possessor of such goods, chattels, or effects, or at his or her dwelling, or usual place of i, witlf soiae person of suitable aga draw it up, when one or more small red and discretion if any such can be fcrarf, r with a note ot the sum demanded, and the ne and place of sale and the raid" A COURT look up Tell us, William; who made you. Do you enow William, who was considered fool, screwed up his face, and looked [thoughtful and somewhat bewilderedj slowly answered, '-Moses, I Eposes That said counsellor Gray, addressin {be court the witness, says he suppose [Moses made him. That certainly is an in Itelligent answear, more than I supposed [him capable of giving, for it shows that Ihe has idea of Scripture, but [I submit that it is not sufficient to entitle lim to be svorn in as a witness capable 01 jiving evidence." "Mr. Judge" said the fool, "may I ax the lawer a question said the judge. "Wai, them [Mr. Lawyer, who d'ye spose made you I said Counsellor Gray, ritating the witness. After the mirth bad somewhat subsided, the witness, drawl- out, "Wall, neow, we do read in the book that Aaron once made a calf, but who'd a thought the darned critter lad got in here The judge ordered the in to be sworn. claimed, "it's not Harry's "Don't tell met" said Mr. Brown, an grily. "Why, it can't be; yes, yes it is the date; why it must be iw to support the government, to pay inter a. letter of yours to mamma "The fact is, continued Harry, who imost choked with Mr. Brown had been all the while criticizing his own confusion of the moment and darknes [the room taken from her desk instead :Fanny says she was at first somewhat uzzled by the writing, her father's hanc laving so greatly changed since lie wrote hose letters, when he was quite a young Havry went on to Bay that Brown was overcome with astonishment, and coulc not be brought For a long time to believe that he had ever written the letters, de Glaring, notwithstanding, the evidence of the writing, that he never could have been such a fool. Mrs. Brown was equally as OFFICIAL. ,AWS OF THB UBTITED STATES. 'assed at the Second Session of the Thn ty Eighth Congress, 56.1 ACT to amend an act entitled "An net to provide internal revenue to support the go- vernment, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other aporovcd June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty four. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United (States o America in Congress assembled, That the let entitled "An act to provide internal e ihail forthwith cause a notification to be pub- Itshed in some newspaper within the county' [wherein said distraint is made, if there is a' newspaper published in said county, or to be publicly .posted up at the post office, if there _Jbe one within five miles, nearest to the resi- dence of the person whose property shall be and m not less than two other pub- ic places, which notice shall specify the ar- iclcs distrained, and the tune and place for he sale thereof, which time shall not be less han ten nor more than twenty days from he date of such notification, [and] the place sale not more than the miles listant from the place of making such dis- :ramt And in any case in which any per- on, bank association, company, or curpora- ,ion required by law to m ike return to tho Commissioner of Internal llevenue shall re- use or neglect to make such return withur he tune specified, the amount of circulation leposit, and capital, or either, shall be esti- mated by the proper assessor, or as- essor and shall be certified by him to the !ommis8ioner. And in all cases in which the lerson, bank, association, company, orcorpor- ition required by law to make payment of axes to the Commissioner shall neglect or re- use to make such payment within the time eqmred, the Commissioner shall certify the amount of tax due by such person, back, as- ociation, or corporation with all the penal- ies, additions and expenses accoring to the ollector of the proper district who shall col- ect the same by distraint and sale as in other ases. And the same proceedings may be lad to enforce the collection of tales which iave already accrued and which still remain unpaid. And if any person, bank, association, company, or corporation liable to pay any luty shall neglect or refuse to pay the same after demand, the amount- eball be a lien in avor of the United States from the it was due until paid with the interests, penal- IBS, and costs that may accrue in addition-' thereto, upon all property and rights to prp- leity, and tho collector after demand, may evy or by warrant may authorize a deputy collector to levy upon .ill property and rights to property belonging to such person, batffc, association, company, or corporation, or on' which the said hen" exists, fdr the payment' of the sum due as aforesaid, with interests and penalty for and also of of such further sum as shall be sufficient for .he fees, costs and expenses of such And in all cases of sale, the certificate of such sale by the collector shall have the same effect as is prescribed b; the one hundred and nine- teenth section of tho act to which this is an amendment. And all persons and officers of lompanies or corporations are required, demand of a collector or deputy collector about to distrain or having distrained on any be, and the same is hereby, mnended" as hereinafter forth, namely That section four be amended by striking aut the word five and inserting in hea thereo letters, which Mrs. Brown had in thejthe word "ten." That section eight be amended by stnkm. after the words "wifliin each of whic the words "Secretary of the whenever there shall be a vacancy, or the public interest shall repuire, shall appoint, with the approval of the said commissioner one assistant assessor, who shall be a resi- dent of the district of said and erting in lieu thereof the words "assessor, whenever there shall be a vacancy, shall ap- pomt approval of said commissioner, one or more assistant assessor who shall be a resident of such assessment district That section twenty-five be amended b Mt on the public debt, and for other purposes propertv, and rights of property, to exhibit ipnrovod June_ thirtieth, eighteen hnndredJaU book's containing or supposed to contain evidence or statements relating to the subject y in sorting after the words "four hundred thou- sand thd words "and not cxceedin ene million of dollars, and ane-eightli of one centum on all sums above ono million of lollars; by inserting after the words "reason ible charges the word "advertising." and by striking out all of the first proviso tonislied; she managed with some difficul and by striking out tha word "further" m fcy tb call to mind that many years previ- the jecond proTieo. 1 That section twenty-six be amended by ously she had sorted out some old letters, striking out the word and rarning some and keeping others. It wai inserting in iieu thereof the word "appoint evident she had quite forgotten ever bar We ing done so. It gradually transpired that Mr and Mis Brown's early attachment had been most imprudent in a werdly point of view they had absolutely married with put a penny, and had to be supported b; ilations for some years. This sudden resurrection of long-buried] feelings and sentiments had its effect onj TS. Brown; in addition, too, tho old ar ments which had been used againsi 'anny were no Isnger available; and last, after many entreaties, Mr. and Mrs. Brown reluctantly gave up their eherishe ilan of forming a grand alliance for thei lughter. Harry and fanny were married thcnei lay. Mrs. Brown wept immensely; every, tysaid it was so natural, a mother losin: er daughter. Mr. Brown declared "i: day in his bat looked most greviously solemn; .th ould be no coronetfor Fanny, no tonor on himself. I prayed very earnest! 'or the happiness of both, and I was ver ithankful that her son had mar- ried the woman of his love earnestly for the happiness of buth, am They have gone to Switzeilaud I must' .ppomt ment." That section twenty-eiglit be amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof tho words, That each of said collectors shall, within twenty Jays after receiving his annual collection list from the assessors, give notice, by mdvertise- ment published in each county infhis collec- tion district, in one newspaper punted in '.such couaty, if any sftch there be, nnd by no- tifications to be posted up m at least four inblic places in each county m his collection that the said duties have become due .nil payable, and state the time and place within said cottnty which he or his deputy will attend to receive tho same, which timt npt be less than ten days after such no- Ito pay, as aforaaid for more than ten day, it to such person a notice, to. be left at i dwelling ar usual of business, or be t by mail, demanding the payment ol 1 duties or taxes, stating the amount there- MeUed in serving the same. And if snob stall not pay the duties or taxes, an er officer chaiged -nitb tbo collection of the ull amount demanded, together with such fee "or ymg, and suUi bum for the necessary and reasonable expense of removing, adver- usmg, and keeping [the] goods, chattels, or so dittr uncd, is may be prescribed >y tl e CorLm.ssioncr of Internal Revenue >ut in case of n n payment or tender as afore the ?aid officers shall proceed to sell the .ud goods, chatties, or effects, at public ano- .ion, and shall and may retiin from the pro- eeds of such  lus, if any there be, to the person whose pods, chattels, or effects shall have been dis- rauied Proiided, fmthei. That there shall >e exempt from distraint the tools or imple- ments of a trade or profession, one cow, arms, and provisions, andnrtusehould furniture kept or use. sehojl books, aod apparel necessary "or a family. That section thirty-eight be imcndad bv striking therefrom tho words thirty and inserting in heu therof the thir- y six." That section forty beimended by inserting after the vtords appointment of a bucces- the words That .ncase it shall appear to the Seci ct.iry of thcITreisry tliaE ho interest of the Govermerit shall oo require he ni'xy, by his order, da dot said duties to be performed by such other one of the said dep- uties as he may m such order designate That section fifty-two be amended by in ifcification. And if any person shall neglect b-fore the words "That all assessors, the words And be it further by usertiug after the word the words- 'revenue and by strikingont aftef he word "charged" the word mser- sertmg in lieu thereof the word "or." That section fifty-three be amended by or K with a fee of twenty cents for the issuing sertrag after the word where i r centum additional upon the amount of 'ng out the words "the and inserting ities. And with respect to all such duties in ''ou thereof the words "and owing the same, aod owning the buildings as adittilleiy, and the land on it bich the same s located, and if the building or Ian-119 leas- ed the term' indconditions of tho lease" aud (Continued on tlui I   

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