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Peninsular News And Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1861, Milford, Delaware I VOL. 19. MILFORD, DELAWARE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 186J. WHOLE NO. OFFICIAL. iJLWS OF THE UMTK1> STATES. PerssS ta Knt Stnainm rf CSe meSi toiupntsr. X ACT to prwrtle- metcosed re-rena? imSenafi on the pttbfic debt, arari stibor jnarjfasss. saallbe allowed, on all articles wholly taanii- factored of materials imported, on which du ties have been paid when exported, a draw- back, in amount to dnty paid oil such materials and no more, to be ascertain- ed muter sttch regulations ns shall be pre- scribed by the Si cretnry of the Treasury: Peoeideilf That ten pvrceiitnni ontbe amount of all ilraTrbacks, so allowed, shall be retain- ed for the use of the (Jutted States by the rotlpctors fsytag drawbacks, respec- tively. Sec. !i. Jrttf tin it. further taarte.il. Th.it Beit tamrHalog sUf taut floicw alt goods, wares, and merchandise, actually af on surpfa.....- w aastmfifmlr That, front awl Sfcisactm Hen and bound to the United States, and ajt goods, wares, and merchandise, on deposit in warehouses or piibi ic stores at the date of the passageof this act, shall bti subject jto pay s-tti-k as provided by law before tfthe hente SOT Ike aatirite temrfeaffiw QentSon-ii, anrl as assy aww fc- musuipd froon
-h.-ill hold hi-: or (heir nfTrre nr r.t J.'.-a-tl re uf s.lid 1'iiRtd nf TC rd duty il 'hall be tg re- c-.-ive. i.-.'-.-.rfi. pr.'-ervf trx ie. turn-, nd rio.-un-ients de'ive'-ed and the p.iymont of the tax aforesaid, the goods, 30. And le it further er.mtfd, That chattels, or edicts so shall acd there allowed :.iul puid to the suveral i mnj' restoml to the owner or poaspsaor if, assesf-cn-s and assistant for their i prior to the s.ik- paynit-nt or tendor service.-! nudvr this act each assessor two I thcrrol shall be made to the proper officer dullais p'.-r day for everyday euij. loved in charged the collection, of the fnllamonnl making the necessary nrmng, aud giv- j demauded.iogi-ther with such fee for levying, i 1113 tut- necessary to the assistant i an-' >ncli sr.tu fur the uci essary and it Th.it i !ur the valuation, and three dollars b.c expi-cse removing and f convened a'nd or i day fur every day healing chattels, or tCc-ds so distrained, as g valuations, and making out lists aciei-Rbly to of th's act, .and cm; dollar for every hundie-1 taxzl-lt- cputniiied :n llie uix list, asdelivervi by liiin to s.iid Imanl of a.-srssors to each as- ma.r ho allow t-d in lifcu by the laws of praciici: of tbeSt.itf cberuin ilieiJiftraint fhall ave rande but in case of non-payment or the said officers shall I'rocwii to third To Statf of ?fiT3th triT'-c hnn- drpd an-1 sixty fire bnrrlr-fvl an-1 firr> third To Srnt- f..ar ty .nnd Toth- of Al.-iS-itnn, tweiilyrinr tho-ocan-l nnd orr third To the of JH-c-rct.-inr of tin regulation? fnitab] i inp net into efTiv! vfh: in thp of jninH by or nn this sr-t. i for ?.ii-l thpir .-.csi'tt.iri'- to tione ih" .t: of M.ircri n .111 1 in of he ni i the to "lip -ni-1 !-o.ird of nnd who "ake MI oith .-.ffi-ui.it'oli ir cons'-i.-n of t'lk-nc nn n.iiby to ili-cli--rje nr '.I.eir tra-t in r.f t kin.- riKi-h "nth or .1 pri-vimi- ;o i-ntoiin; nn the duties of snch np or tiiinre lo rerfiirm nnv p.irt 'In- on him or !hi-m n-s-pe.-. t-ve'v r.r !h.-v n-.-p.-clivp. !y .ind ]-.n% !ho cum of bnndr.d .'...'l.-.r.-- for ;h.. u-o r.f l... r-rov.-re-l ir. .11-v lonrt b.iv-ni; iii find also from t..'- lualiy employed in roll.-cting lists mjfc- ing number uf days necessarv for that purpose to L-e certiiii-d by tbc.issessor and approved by the of taxes, an-1 one dollar fur every iiundii-U taxable persons roiitnined in -.be :ax ss cotnpli? j ted and by to ;he asievsor to i each o.' il.t! constituting the of a-M-ssors, as for every day's sc- taai .ittcndam-c n: sv.d l-oard, ;he sum c-f Jol.-irs. .ind for trnveihn.; to ;ird the pl.irc by the t---cretary o' thi1 1-n c-i.t.T for e.ic-h by ih- roost din-ct aTid rODt.' Rnd to --n h of the of s.lid two di-llnrs for .-v.-rv .r .-itid V I 1 OlAll .-.--O r.n-J !hr '-..r.-r.-l: '-t I in-jiiiTc the .i sac-h i Mrjk.-or-- o dir.-rl r-'iUr ftfl-r .-.nd rrnJoorninj: nil i with imprcivcinrnit. hiiildinrs. tnmlc li.-ill" to fire Imri'lrod of f.r t.-iktn f.f rctp'-c-tive r.' nny f'jber hnp !f-1 jiivl i or am r.v ,-l! cih' r 1-nrfal rftain fioin tbc proceeds of .-t-ch sale tiiv amonnt d.-m.-indsbiV for the usp of ibe United S-.nU-s, with the r.nt-.vary and eX- pen-irs nf distnint ind jRl-.nnd of live ct-r.Siim tuerron for hif; own n-se, rendering ov-rplus. if any tljrre to tho nhosf gr.ods.cb.-.tteJs, or effects shull have hevii distrain-d Proridcd. Tliat it shall not he lawful to m.-ike distmint of the tooU or of 3 trade or of Ibp pl'-nih TifTf-sssry for tbp c-jUiirHipn of inj- Lund--, mm-, or furnitnre, or ,i[ for n f: luily. 3-1. le farl'i'r ewteii, Thst nr 'fT.-cts saf5cienl to tix dTvi'lling- b. u-'--. or and ;heir c'C-rnpTe-d. or bv por- nr within tbc Minr rol- I'-c'. on b- fonn 1. tbp collector the for thirty x, ia .1 nctv piper pi itbin the col- ion dis'.rct, if sncb tbcf .-tid baring cp. in .it !-a-t ten j.n'i.'ir ;-l.ip.-n with- in tli" A DMiScMion of trirt-p hoirlrfl r.nrl way-: UTid mf-nrrs. lo rf.'de the taid f-f tnmlipn by thi? in the f.nd inFtnirtif ff.r w :th tbirtdrn tbcassu'l nrd I tsx it bv fliJ.ii j.r.'i.-.--'-.I !'i lcxl.il. nt-li t.f ilitrf.iid T to itb an d 'o ,1- pnbl'rc vilr ?o i prop-rty RV mnv 1 "f swrniy rx-r (-.-ntrim li' in !hc property linblf to a rri' i.ix tbis .-rt may riM W o rDaU> ;h- by n of part ihc K holfi HTnennt of tut, i hr Bold, and I to of if to
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