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Ithaca journal and advertiser. (Ithaca [N.Y.]) 1847-1866, December 14, 1864, Image 2

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I' -' , accounts, pres^jted theJiUo^mk report 5 1 \ * ^ i.. m ■ '! l - f ■ If- l>. i I t t ' - li'lt • . . p -r r 30( . Dr 5 ^ n ^ . p i j ;j- ^ ■ m ;The reports published in pur last, frq n prem a tu r e .' B u t he has j , a s i e d that point npw-an#is*|asfc^app^^ the eoasb.-^ <'e^ are still dependent on the j e b e l papers fpr ,n^\ 5 rs^' a h ^ ,giye b^ojsr t U : latesti ree|eived, rkryf#3Fi^--------~T h e ing to th e 7th. T h e Richm o n d 5 ixam. ■” ■ f ^ : . z 1 , . i ■■' ! , iS l > 4 ' f If '' 00 Ne^fipld.. ^ U lyssss..,. > “ T o tal. .......... .j. Carolike, 38 ii . Daabk, ^ men SI ■ I ? t w . jsofre jD r y d |n ,7 1 m e n a t « !| Exp,ons€Sofi ST^ int, trep. the poast, vfrihfther h e -ih # traveling tw enty- j I “ W he w ill com p lete l ie jo irpey 14,(7# ot not depends v e r y mudh (upon certain ^ eVents; wMeh m i l occur this week.' ' 5 ^ . 53,9^ are troops ip his front who ^ resolutely d s p n te his fu r t h e r ' advance toveards S a ­ vannah or l)a r ien after he passes a c ertain point. * ' \ • It-is re p o r t e d h i s advance was lirniishing y e ^ ^ d a y mOrning w ith our utposts. ^ ^ ' d o n o t ^ k n o w v'hat Sher- nian w i l l ^ 4 W-hbi he'finds a |dfm idable' force jM:diis ironV b 'ut are dispoEed tcj' be-. ^ e - ^ 'th a t bd 'wiU discard strd'iegyj ^pd i S . 1 m. 1T,7)0 • »177;4 2f7th- 151 -I-\ ‘recruiting LeaVi|n^ in tbe hi^pda df.the: Treasurer, ^ 11 BM] E idRBEN.^Ciota. “ T h e m ilitary drama in G ettain ly feel that nevev was a G eneral in m o r e eritial situatm n .” ; T h e A u g u s ta C o n stitutionalist th,ir|k» ^ gjj tjhat Sherm a ti has n o t for a . m o n e n t hesi- ' (jated as t o the ppint to .h e a ttacked, o r the road to takbi It s a y s : trman has vpe laslble. I E n i e | l - u m e n : . « [ ............ ’^1 - j The Goristijtutionalist says .that L Bxpendei Itnaca, lOnien at| ^ . . . . p £ ' ^ ^ ' s s t r ^ ^ b ‘ S # 08 ;r :T^e^conee Efridge had not feeeh W rm d , ; l p | > | | e d l e ^ . ‘■\^'i?roscririti;ve_ _ ^ ^ ^ _ E ? J i X . ' ' r „ S f c “ J S \■ ?^v-: strictly aaWed'td-jihtiy^ t \:l % aolW n,/rweVk'!.‘.]!\|! .M. j .do lrtio n t l i . J ,. .. i : ....... ido l.y e a r .j...[.( ; .......... ^4column,. 1 w e e k ;..... ; . ......... do .1 m o n tb....,; ........... 1 1 ° I ’: ,|ur tthawuuwry, tuiu oup^iioo luji jcui, vvao paooov* exy i5 9 ,7 k in s tea f ,,clf $8^,43. as clam e d ; (and the hill of Stowed ftl Hiazphdor supplies (for jail, at ' $ 5 3 ,^ i n ^ a d . o i ||q , 3 8 , . as|cla§e^^^ ': p a hiotion adjourned to 2|:9’cldck P. M. I AfterzioOh Session. ; .Boajrd met pufsuaat.to adjpjirnineat. Present .. 175Q3' ' t i ^ p p f p E .............. sdo Geneasee Valle The Board were eiigaghd, during the session in the e«^uali;zation of assessments. ' ; -Oh rbotioU, adjourned to 9 o’clock; to-morrow morh-ing. ■•'’■. i “ ’ , ,N , .• ThuiMay, Nov. 24 , 1864 . Board met pursuant to-adjournment and was • 1 - ' called to order by the C h a irm a n P resent aU’ \ ■ the inembers. . .The minutes of thp last meeting were read and approved. : ’ . i The.'fbllowing is t i e assessed value of the reah and persoiml 4 >roperw: 'of the County)■ a s . appears by the (rolls, returned by .the, gsses'sors of the', sevetai towns. - - '• 7 . I . '7,533,240 , I j , I . Mrl Gongdonjlh^ #ie iCoihmirtjee on equ^izi! I .I, • ; ation^(prese^ted^7eeh4dile;j>fequia^ . . . I . , ■■ , MR. FESSENDEN’S REPORT. ' i: T h e Secretary o f the T reasury g iv e^ an heepunt o f h^; stewardsHip^^^ aCnd at the dame tim e a b r ief h istory o f th i financial legislaiiPn of’lCongress, and the pplicjnan^' acts o f th e Treasury.' © b p a r tm 3 ^ iince t he b e g inn ing o f th e war. 1 * 0 ] •' the con- y efiieBee o f p ur readers v^e cond ense below fthe principal item s o f the sotttbMrhat c mde, (fables which ar|e presented in the report. . T h p natiobal-debt]am o u n ted, on the 1 st o f J u l y r i 8 6 d, t o i d ; i t e , 6 9 0 j 4 $ B 4 9 . , . T h e interest.on th^ ^national debt for. the current year am o u h tsto $ 9 1 ,8 1 (i,2 lS ■18.- ■( I F r o m taxation and other schrcei^ t|ih (tevenue o f the current year is estim a ted : k | » , 5 3 ^ 3 8 9 , . / f , Of^thisarapunt, eustom s yield $70^271 091 ; internal. Revenue, ,(|24!lj562,fe^ ^miaupilkrirtirtn.Q. snnrufta ” j $ 2 4 ,i)^ 0 ^T f . mi ppin eeedsi fifjby-six millions?’ per annum . ^ / : T h e daily. expendi 1 ^«re is ca c u l ^ d at two, and a quarter m illions, j, Th[e daily receipts am o u n t at present to nearly k miHion: a n d a B a l f ai id ^f Con- ■^esd Iqys certain a d d i ^ n a l taxes, they pan'be jbrought up to tw o njiliions per 1 T h e re m u st, hej borrow ed during the ,^ear: $62Q,727r^^8. F if t y m iliions o f this dumi h o w e v e r , tl^O S e c fetai y thiinks can b e paired b y additional taxes, to. b e lai d ‘ |?y , . fiid it Tt sulfe fli0. 'the nkional debt will be'iiicr|;,ased ijduHngi the year enaing Ju n e 3 0 ,1 8 6 5 , ‘ b y =1482^74,188.' • j.\- , ‘ ' !The| Secretary rem a r k s /th a t the high, itves'have ..prevented im p o rtations and .ijeaused a f illin g o tf ot the revenue from /custom s 5 h e -expects, how ever, to m a k e jfhis ^ ' up b j ; gailns from 'internal taxa tion, |K e 'd e s ires to have such a system , of taxation, lh a ll brihg the intjrnal pevenue up tio three hundred m ill­ io n s per annum .l H e re c o m m e n d s ’ ^ |cax on jtdbacco in leaf, a tax oh' s a les, a n d ithat- tbp, inc omd tax bej ‘'collected {wii ho.ut Exem p tions.’! / , H e w isely , su g g e s ts' Qom| m lssidp toi exam ine thp w h o l e ,question o f bxatiohv-:; Speh a-teomi|nission» o u g h t im ­ m e d iately to bej dppqi'hted, Snd. / sl o u ld •report L m o n th ly its djiings and sugges- J-^Mf. |Feseenden| ady tees-■ the issre of^' interesyse^rifig hpte$- 4 the interest pay. ihj c u r r e p c y ^ t o . b e jeonyertible at m a t o r iiy. into tgpld bearing Ave-tw en ty bOn]ds f suggests discrim inating legislation againstjthe state b a n k s ; notices organized attemp]fcs a t s m u g g lin g a e r p s s our northern ?fontrer|bnd;td';, p e tepf • -si hug- I-'/ i-'!' iJbers.r- The mluhtes oH h e last oieedng were ^ ' [.t^vpuup, «a^u . uue j ^ eeim g , or Onmodon-of Mr. Coledove/' f . ■ i P - On mojSornof Mr. qclegrove, JtJsoihid .Tliat( tnesuiEW'Oiit ,Gol- f e e l i n | o f mdehH has accmplish- m J . i - j ^ T ^ L o r d pyons, left W a shington d a s fev d n ^ y a d e d a u f discussion 'elf it?' peyvery genehaf pioqgh, it m a y be. S ' LOtices w ill 'be ebjarged , _____ ____nyaw o r d . , '| • .will be ct^oif unsisathed ;The w f ulh b e l ' i m ^ g ’ _ tbeB r a t p r o p a b lypp 'pii^ g E ^ ' «i 09 ■pji’ n m istera of iniquity ■' \■■■■■'■ ^300 i'H ci^crisljes feelings o f ’ t , | # coh im iseratioii..... ; W W ttvhr '.eohipll|d|' 2 0 # t b 4 y ' r n i y | h i \ ‘ tion as to the progress o f Sbei m ah’s pnarch through Georgih. |t seerjns: that the ac- hazards his ow n safOlety. o f suqcess, and ■ On. the p a r t o f Grantj, the probabilities o f ^ i which w e have no mjeanS o f laeterm ijiingi The/weathei* woujld ,seem to rerjdef any geheral moyemieilt, soifai? inond, impossib|lle ati preseiit. - ' 4 The Preside On the first page w ill be found! the P i esi<^ent’s sage. ' T h e , M eLsage — teiise and di|rept com fort to have^aj P ’esidei r - r f f i o h tionn concerning the inM ahidpja o f ■ it > t ?H av H ah ' 4 fhriw'i Anfl'KhkfirnihlA : erlispM is '■ llhiiled aCtivjty and z eal a l ;. ior .vthe promjpt! ^ justice, h i t tpiprbilec,hour m e n t t o t V ith feelings ^ ■' 'dehcel.fehp'stabiliti^ ifesj^tfitiis, ;d ahd Of tear imatedjiope the Sujirem e ern papers,'that he w a s alrb a ly approach- tog the eoast, waa ra. th a t - ^ he ,s a o w so a p p a p h m g y H 4 hed^ubt: j„ a g e , , f a e y . SenkeV im « « (diately J i - - h / ' > Ifim.. W h e ther [hei isistfikin g * a t Savan- , ■ V - i, - i mah, B r u n s w ic k ,f l> o k B o y a l,R f s c fe^ T h is ppfoin tm e h t is in attack upon no 'th Sas! Rich- nfs Messaga. o f this w e e k ’s paper a-M e s s a g e w ithin the lird% c um n s o f a country j ne \yspan requires a high ordet b f intelllef is/a m oclel o f breyitj to th e ’ p o int. It is j able to write country are satisfaetory and so set befoi the people t h a t ^ l can understancl. . ' T h e M e ssage is so v e r y bripf{ that wtji tion, intenyoyeri w ith'that o f fee salvatioi bt the f nion'itqelf, is trei Gr« X- - > th e y Should be ieive<^ in the large mid| generonsj'te'mber #1^! drjtam to term nate . itbe i tp resti'icts th e / nufe.bef d b f Uir to b e 'u s e d upon, f e e i l ^ f e l f - feb' b ) r d e ’,-v-has:.'whc)wii am'';fejjiQffd)lb.:'‘;f abtivjty and ze / for .the |ro m p t | a |- ' ' plE o f the .resolutions l ; \ 1 the Preside! if |ppbihf|d]ilfe U n ited Stat.es, as ^ iferfese|i by t/iiJ i 'B p i i t e a n n u a l M esL. jts ^n b r e h t :,town o f jC'c t the colt i s o s , aijd, i'|l|tirefcr(ii)i A n d i l ' N ?'■'“)« o f . | i s in t f l l e ^ l , ! S r ® * t to d o i t l tw e W e y e a ie o f »ge, t e r|ih p ^ e d :lo ojpon the sajjie priiioipJe that the ablesi suWcquentjy returi)|d',tq htainitfve; ' . |i i y | mWsters'alw'ays pi-eaoh the Lhbrtest ser( 8 l ? 4 tpiotW yjM ^iK tU b .;nP« »»#*■,! l i ' I l i l L .. mons. It was one 'of th'e slu r g e s o f i «>• j p t t W *t. 'fSjasl|ingto,n,.,m,a J A . V A prh.ter’s l i . e . t o W o o m p e l l , d l o 4 n t t l i '\.1829 Wts Admitted.to the'ba... One 111 .1 Intefm inaEle, W h o s e , noi,oom m itai;/w e t j O'O' '“ter te e.|Mbtished j hiMsSil- i|l'd ili-; J l r * . . , fliln 'away. H e early ilc f e ir e l. B n l;# - ; ■^ifl and Buchanan. from the san>e je>;. T h e re is a ^ d l g n i J fofom o s t j n - i s y o ^ h e c o |„ > . - tin e to it equal to that'of ouir b e k states haslifijlec fe e 4 « or the d a y /w h U e its sU t e A e n t s arl®fState, o f d e a r a n d - its policy bold hpij-tnaghanil '*'><? S,f ■rfisha 4 . 7 - ^ 7\ F r o m , the v|jr| T 'J nous. Its exhibitions o f thej stalte o f the Tijoasu.ry. iountry are satisfaetory and so se t befo r h career, , , . , y 1 elding opj idnfet 'of the di 4 feonsisterit adVoeate of fe< shall not undertake an analysis'lot it, for efe.n. th^'fefeeiTst pi --■ery reader feill read jit forfeim|elf; ant # que^ib.U- bis Ibi 3 shall merely point I out a topic, or two ! ' ' ]// ’H L- ii /' / ___ ■ es^edial'interest, The slavery quesj (, 3 , inteiwpveri with'that of the salvation “ \ - - - - - - tt _ and noble mahtov- 'A ver^ /few words ^kend^ bntored| fee, suffice to give us his wholes views theileoi “ fen. tb find empljoyment a s ^ ,p T u —buttben thejj are the i^rds of] wisdbni 1 ‘ f • F * * '* 4 ' ..T h e apppintm e n feof M r. ■f p h a s e tq\a(place vihiehb; h as' ‘f e b “ f e ln s feib n s :b r t h e f e M ^ ^ tod 'jb feau s e lihq .'pebplb,'' ati th i '^ t e e f e i '‘ p n t le d g 4 .:an E U sw b r fe?|anl . a j p ^ h a l ^ , a b s , . a . ^ i w , i m a y be\.saM^feo 4 v e t g i v e u 4 b t o ^ f e b ie \ f e ’ and em p h a tic api^ o P i t ; / fiutt fecoln, b y whbm: the d i g f e t |y 4 s |q p f e f |^ flroiiv K..I oL;soi.fc. .n tho' cio/>rvn/l ...U;,* « t,hfl.n it; VS tn jgtm^ uisFpd he asserts, in the second place, featj wljat ev f e C o n g ress miay^ do, he w ill fe v e r re- cedb a sfegle s t f e * from fe e positions he has fekeii in regjard to the subject. I aeerhs fe us feait the follow ing sirnp]« w o r d s on fei^ ^'?!bjct are j g r f e d , ;an fefeiil meeit a ijespbnsL in the] jibarts 1 , o f j the. pjebple allmbstfefeanim ously . Thbj^ are so brief t f e t we quo t e them as foHow’S|: “ In ^pi'Cseuting the 'bbandonnient o f “ armed, resistance to the 1 ational a u thority “ on the part ofj the in s u r a n ts' as tbe ;oniy '‘ indispensableC o n d ition to ending the^^ than it is to the .djstingirifefe[!feie^fe 4®“The%>ni to six liiie t 6 : €?f^< l o t h i l horetofei-e, saidi- as “ of Congress. ; I f - t h e “ w h a teW |‘ ..m' k I c o>r ‘meai “ e x e c u tive oluty |lo reenslfi eople shold, by . j s, make, i t aii '1 ‘'another, f e d .'hot 4 musf. .'bej their! in-, | ‘‘stru‘ men e nt tfeb ©r rfo fornfit.”r ' ! ' ‘ str u m t p n f i t . ” ■hr-. Linoolu’S eonditiot Stated .with.equal brevity ‘T ^ is W w i|l oq / o ^ e f c v are f e ~ ' 1 ' V y V f i'i!/'''iF/fe fel' :few sfespT U T E ']fe i ,‘i n m 3 I P — ; ■ ’I - .,/'l ■'* ■ it m p f/sp J p ......... ........ 5 ' l t e : : ; 7 .//ir Uripd Apples ^ jftL.... . . ■; 7 S f ] e 7 « 7 : : / . ' . ' - ! ' r K ; r } : ; - j -k«, ..r ^ 7 ! ■ ■ ; t p i s / ' 4% liS A ' i i s s § 1 ‘If m a r r i e B. ' 7 'r 7 >f ?10 fJ226 . f i ’ \ ^ j:. : i \ : fe' r': ; / / - - ■ :(/.' D i L A I N E S , : ALSO A f ull llurie o f those P I cejits per yard.t ^ .^ P E s y B o o iir : i ■' 4 Alpacas .'.7' i- ' ' - r s IN T i l t ; ili - §P^ FARM E R S AtM^^NfVeSi for 18(55 ^ — ......... I'-l p i E p E V E b , A T li ■/ . f '/•■ >N ■! ’ ^ 1 ' ’ 7 7 - 7 / 7 j' 1 / i!,' im I S S Isl 17; i'-:L ■7 !-7 ■lil; ■:/; -7 ' i ; / i; i- THE y v ; \■'I' 7 . 7 -v\ ‘X^!. \ 7 ' I' h C' I’i ^ I' ■■ ■ l i ' t t l A t o ' ' fri & T i t United S tates InternaljEevenue j ColICcjtor> 8 jOffice, T 6 ofeego-St. W. C i CUR ra ' N, D e p tfelieotor. R,r©aB 8 mith,. > tilthaca, N. Y. [file Niif' York BraEl Store.! i h ] 0 , 7 t o F f e k : b i f ! l ■ / i : ' / a s ................ . f e s i t l V B ' f e A S O N - ! , ■ ' ” PHO.T.olsRHFjH A L fifes. * ® |p ^ i H S T a R i , F | , j / 7 ' It Hi' R B I 8 0 1 * % i! r>' F ' 7 '\ / ' i 7 # ' • U i ll7 7 F ,■ 7 -7 ■ 7 U; !■ ■ ' ®*?; ’ifu' Sit., Ithaca .. \7 j/' !■■i ( \ 77 - f-j; DENNIS MOONEY ! B Y ' b ' ! ^ 'e them as an ' 'P®'-'' \rrrilKlMKK. .V;..l.!. , / b ] o T ' c e J ; 7 Sbepp.l)lic, tha. ( .,i :- b P f trade in aiU Ite 'braiiche'g.ife '. 7 .ji •o .h M d . c<jBplete«..ott ................................. m T e ,s ,C o f e e ^ S u jr,M o U s s e s ,p 7 - 4 - , , . . . . - . . . , , Mi?*U « t l c ! e . u , f e t e p t 1 n ' i t o t ■'7 j'-!, I I

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