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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Action of the Philadelphia Conference on Slavery. (search)
Forged drafts. Cincinnati,March 28, 1861. --Drafts drawn by the Cataract Bank, at Lockport, New York, on the Ocean Bank of New York, for $7,000, have been sold to bankers here. One of the party concerned in the disposal of them has been arrested, and $50,000 of the same kind of drafts were found in his trunk. Another of the implicated party has gone West with $40,000 more. The first drafts sold were intended to be paid, in order to get the party's credit up but it is believed that a grand fraud was contemplated.
Superintendent of the Gas Works Richmond. March 28, 1861. To Messrs. T. C. Burns, Thomas Faberty, Hagan's John, J. C. Strockin, and others: Gentlemen --Your request that I should announce myself a candidate for the office of Superintendent of the City Gas Works is before me. I readily comply with it, and hereby declare myself a candidate. If elected, I will use every endeavor to subserve the interests of the city. Very respectfully, your ob't serv't. Thos. R. Sharp. mh 20--tde*