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Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1865
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 25 1865. NO. 32; .T .
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THE"T FLORIDA- UNION in the capture by Sheridan of forty rebel officers -: DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF. Another ,Railroad, Catastrophe.

thirteen hundred men, eight cannon and
IS PUBLISHED EVEIIY SATURDAY MORNING BY Collision on the Camden and Amboy lines .
over one hundred wagons. The report does Expulsion of the American Concnl from .. f
W. C. MOEBILL( & J. K. STICKNEY. Nine Persons Killed, three 3Iissin .aad "
not give the date of the battle. Wynesborois !: Hataraoras-His Arrival at New Or- Over forty Wounded.-Heartrendlag ,

TERMS : on the Central Railroad, at the west base leans, &:c. Scenes Car on Flr .The Ladies Mln- .
Two Dollars per Annum in Advance. New Orleans Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald.
than Three months. of the Blue Ridge, about fifteen miles, from interingr to the 'T'oondNt.-Gross 3feffU.
No Subscriptions: taken for less NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 26, 1865. '
Single copies five cents. Staunton, and twenty-five from Charlottesville. Mr. E. D. Etchison, United States Consulat gence the Cause of the Accident.
[From the N. Y. IIerald.jThe
i insertion.AnvKaxisRMEjrra Twenty-five cents per line eachi Matamoros, Mexico ; Mr. Pearcp, late Uni- sad catalogue of railroad accidents, -

Advertisements not specifying time will be markedt ted States Consul, and seventy refugees from which we have had lately to record has .re.'

f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly.Book AfKUrs in the Southwest.The Texas, arrived at Southwest= Pass on Friday ceived another tend a terrible addition. Yesterday -

Job and Card Printing. of every variety neatly national forces under command of evening, on the steamer Padrone. They left I morning a collision occurred on the
office.ThE
executed at the UNION
__- General Andrew Jackson Smith arc now Brazos Santiago on the 16th inst. During the Camden and Amboy Railroad, the immediate '

LATEST WAR NEWS. known as the Sixteenth army corps. They night Mr. Etchison, Mr. Pearce, and the refugees results of which were seen in the deaths of

were at Vicksburg in the latter part of last were transferred to the steamer Gladiator -I nine passengers, the probable death of three ,

month, but are intended to operate further the Padrone remaining at the coal-yard at others, and in injuries,some of them of a very
LATEST FROM GEN.
THE south, in co-operation with the Thirteenth Southwest Pass for the purpose of taking ina serious nature, to over forty more. From '

SHERIDAN. corps, under Gen. Gordon Granger, both supply of coal. arrived in the city at passengers who were in the train at the time .

forming portions of Gen. Canby's army. noon yesterday. of the collision we have received full partic

Escape of Union Prisoners )Ir. Etchison states: that he was ordered, to ulars of the disaster. .

Effort to Restore Civil Law in Missouri. close his consulate on the 9th; inst., and his On Monday evening the six o'clock express -

in North Carolina. General Pope, now commanding in Missouri passport: was sent the next day by the Pre- left Washington for New York at the usual'

has written a letter to the Governor of fecto. The order came to General Mejia from time. All went well until half-past two t.

ARRANGEMENTS FOR EXCHANGE that State, expressing his wish that the peo- the imperial government. This is all that is o'clock yesterday morning, when the train :

AT ple shall take action to restore and preserve known of the matter. No cause is given; but was passing through Bristol city. Here it

&e,' WILMINGTON.&c.. peace and order within their borders, make the non-recognition of Mexico by the United ran into the twelve o'clock train from Kensington _

I I the military subordinate to the civil law, States,under the imperial government of Max to New York, which was two hours .

Full particulars regarding the reported demonstrate their ability to defend them- imilian,Mr. Etchison says, is undoubtedly the behind its time. There was an oil train ii .

battle between Sheridan and Early, in the selves, and thus relieve the bulk of his forces cause of his expulsion.The front of the Kensington train, so the lights !

for duty in other sections of the country. had been in front and the !
Shenandoah; valley, and capture of nearly the following order of General Hurlbut placed through ,
The Governor, in accordance with the recommendations of those in ,'I' r
> commanding the Department of the Gulf grossnegligence charge, no signal
I entire force of the latter by the former have ,was ..
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not been received. General Sheridan com- : of this letter, has issued a issued this morning: light was exhibited in the rear. Thy crash : :

menced his movement on the 27th ult., and proclamation calling on the citizens to cooperate HKADQTURTXRS DKPABTMENT OF TUE GULF, ) of the collision was felt througHout the.. 1', "

in the efforts to be made to attain OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL, V and breadth of the train,.and' i' ::
length express
rebel deserters who have arrived, at Winchester NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 25, 186.5., ) .
these desirable ends. the firemen was killed on the spot. The en- '
him their By direction of the Major General Com-
state that they passed on way ,
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marvellously escaped. t
down. lie reached Woodstock, thirty miles manding the department, no permits for vessels gineers
Southern Accounts.NEWBEKN train the effect was still more His- .' ;
from his starting point, ou-the rst day, and merchandise or persons, will be grantedfor Kensington .
:March 1 1865 astrous. The engine struck the rear' car;','.'!:','
Matamoras until further orders.F. .
muddy
though rain wa$ falling, the roads. very.. .... Intelligence from the'North Carolina '
S pa- shivering it at once into a thousand' fragmeatsand ;
and the streams much swollen, his troops A. STARRING, .
indtcate that both sections
are concentrating
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pers .
passing on to the second car; ;: L :'
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were pushing forward rapidly. It was ex. their forces in her ,borders for the Colonel and Provost Marshal General. <
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ied itself bodily under its roof. The .tip- ; :1 t
pected that on the third day they would I ,struggle, burr .
miles the Raleigh paper ,says that the pepple of The Overland Ilussian,Telegrapb...; :: casing. of the engine was torn off -by she t.shock > -

reach Staunton, ninety-eight up I I that City will hear 1h 'gulli! of the great and ,. SAN FRANCISCO,..March .7, 1865.' and,the liberated steam filled the com.'1 t.
val &Ji short distance north of which town I last battle of.tbe American rebellion, apd that ; ;
The United"States Steamer Shubrick Captain -, scalding such of the passengers i II;
partment,
Early, with a small rebel force, then was. the traditionary.grounds of. the-,Old North
State will be tie. common.graveyard!of State Scammon, sailed to-day with Colonel were not thrown out by the collision ".The--' ,'.:
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From North Carolina. rights and Stats lines,"without-whlcnWatteinpt.at Bulklcy and party, of the Collins Overland; third car was thrown across the track, com-J .

secession could h .ve'1been made. Russian Telegraph Company, bound for.Sit- pletely blocking up the way ; but the.passcnrgers ,
Nearly an entire company of the Sixth The existence of State Uneg'W\ll'' always be a ,
ka Russian America. The Shubrick touchesat escaped with a few: bruises, >. "
happily
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North Carolina cavalry, numbering over sixty sufficient pretext to prompt the local interestof . "
ji-including two lieutenants, recently deSerted :one sectioh to revolt against the govern- Victoria, Vancouver's. Island, to land a No.so the unfortunate passengers in the other -j .,
ment, ifthe'other sections refuse to sacrifice working party to commence building at Fra- two cars. The shrieks and groans of the, ::
and came into the Union lines at New- their interest. All'history demonstrates :the wounded and the dying rose from every part .

bern, bringing with them all their horses and fact. that personal i interest is paramount to zer river. of the debris.,and every step taken by those1. i t ;

equipments. The negroes are coming in ,love of country and even life itself. Henceto Mr. Gamble, Superintendent of the California who came to their assistance only disclosed: ., i

there in large numbers now, being prompted make us one family, one people, and to State Telegraph Company, went on the i new scenes of dren l."fhre dead bodies ,

obliterate these local dangers, we must abol- Shubrick, and lands at Victoria to finish a were soon extricated, and then arose iresh ,
apprehensions of conscription into the ish State lines, which will give us a central horrors, for the last car but one was found to
The rebels head the small gap in the wire between Bellingham fire and all the were not, : .
rebel army. are now conscrsp- magnet to which all local interest be on passengers

ting all the young boys in North Carolina will be attracted;' a republican government, Bay and New Westminster British Columbia yet extricated. Men ran hither and thither '..
which will be stricken and cries for water were '. '
the embodiment of free institutions on Fraser river. panic everywhere
their hands Both
that they can lay no. the '
in raised. Providentially there was -
,; a country which the people can in
The line will be working two
rebel troops and the people in that State are not run riot and plunge into extremes under telegraph water close,at hand, and the flames were, extinguished -

represented as being heartily sick of the war the cloak of democracy.The or three weeks between San Francisco .and before they had obtained any :'

British Columbia. great hold. :Meanwhile the uninjured passengers : .-
and rcaYthey to return to the Union so aoon as
........- and the railway officials were energetically .
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Crisis
at Richmond
can be released from rebel procure arid Rapidly Ap I laboring; to rescue the wounded '
Fall in I
terrorism. proaching.From Foreign Cotton. I from the ruins. The ladies of the city proved .
[ the Danville Register.] Late intelligence from Egypt is that the
The Union soldiers whom the. rebels had. themselves ministering angels indeed. ,
The crisis of the war:is rapidly approach- news of the Peace Conference in America Immediately on learning of the accidentthey .

confined at Florence, S. C., were removed in! In a short-time heavy and perhaps decisive had a most disastrous effect on the value of hurried to the scene and made coffee :.

Salisbury, N. C., on the approach of General battles will be fought. Indeed, the and served out brandy to the injured/ .

Sherman's army. As they ware being trans- more knowing persons are of opinion that cotton. Prices fell seriously, and the period whom they tended with genuine womanly : .

ported northward the Newbeni despatches Grant intends to commence a general'engagement of the year was such that the transactions care. One lady-:Mrs. Thomas-whose name ;..:

in a few days by assaulting Gene- previously were unusually heavy, and all or- deserves to be placed on record took two of.
state, between two and three hundred of the ral Lee's right in the of
vicinty ;
Petersburg
ders for the staple were immediately cancelled the worst wounded men into her own house, .. .
prisoners escaped. Some of these have, succeeded and on our side all the usual, precautions find one of them subsequently died there. :
I; have been taken for Tiny emergency. We I Dr. J. H. of who '
in reaching the Union lines in,North Thompson, Washington,
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are assured that it does not enter into the "' .
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Carolina, being secretly conducted ,throughthe plan of General-in-Chief k.
our to abandon the '
rendered invaluable assistance.
NEW THREE CENT COINS-No MOUE catastrophe, ,,
rebel territory by the negroes. They also capitaL On the contrary, he means to hold( He broke up cigar boxes and made splints -'
THREE CENT, CURnE.'1CY. --A law was passed
met in their travels with and were befriendedby I it to the last, and' will surrenderit:: .only when. ; ? : for the broken limbs, and, aided by one of :
white Unionists. it becomes impossible to hold the city longer. by both houses. of Congress during the closing ,I the local surgeons who arrived about an hour :.i; "

many For our part we have no fear about Grant hours to authorize r the coinage. of three after the.accident, he did everything for the 't'''!;
Arrangements having been made for the being repulsed whenever he chooses la makean wounded that medical skill could !...- .
cent pieces, to be composed of copper and suggest.
exchange, of ten thousand prisoners of war attack.) Assistance had been sent for; ,from the UnitedStates l
As to Sherman it is difficult make nickel. The law also provides that three :
to out
on each bide at Wilmington; N. C., their General hospital, about two miles off
transfer under at that his programme.. We governed cent'pieces, shall be. a legal tender to tho but did not arrive until too late to be of any
now progress place
by circumstances. Now that Charleston 'amount;of sixty .cents, and that the one and service. All the injured had by that timea...;
General Schofield has therefore made an appeal ana Wilmington have been evacuatedand twq, cent coP'Per.coin shall be a legal tender.. been removed to the ncighboringtavernsand 'f1)

to the Sanitary Commission mud the pa- their,garrisons..set'looselto.opcrato! in the .t6 the amount of four c nts. It also prohibits houses, and their wounds had been dressed.; .,.\.'

triotic and benevolent pcopie pf the Northfor field collect.it would seemsthat Johnson. blight y now ,- the issue ofany' :paper fractional currency Nearly all the sufferers were soldiers, anil., :. .
quite formidable force'tor checkHheraid \ .H.
below the denomination of five cents fifteen or of them were-returned
; twenty prisoners
of the
supplies to alleviate the sufferings '
of Sherman through Carolina. If:Johnston consequently new paper three cent notes who. just released.from Libby prison,4became :ll"

released: Union soldier can keep Sherman .at bay we need,have, being illegal,.must be ,withdrawn from cir exposed to worse dangers while peacefully1 ;.,,,f.y

Khcridtm'M Victory.WASHINGTON no fear of Grant. '. culation.. : 1 travelling in their native. State. Uthers' :. ';.;#'

.t were New Hampshire soldiers from the front,
March 8,1865.! : FINANCIAL.. I returning hontc'onlfurloubgli to Vote ::t the* '.'. .J 1
'NQrthern ,
of
: papers the 11th have been t, "
approaching elections. It"as nine ; ;
: nearly
It is stated that information 'has been received NEW \"olilc Thu 'sd y;.){arch 9,1865.. received Hilton'Head 5 but contain
at
The was ; they. no o'clock in the morning when the line WtlS1.; 1.I .
stock market
weak and
from Winchester, confirming the news quotations declined ,heavily. :yesterday Geld openedat news. of importance, in addition to that already I cleared. A train then came up from Trenton, ... .1: x
into General Grant's lines desert aiid such of the '
brought by brought passengers as were
197 3-8, and closed down town at 19614. published.
ers, of a victory achieved b)" Sheridan over At the evening board it sold down to 195: ..-...-... ... able to travel on to New York. Three dead R !
bodies had then been recovered. There '
Early in the Shenandoah valley. The battle and closed at 116.I England has concluded a convention with were .

took plack near Waynesboro, and resulted j The dowii yard tendency of gold had the the Tycoon of Japan by'which the free navi- two: soldiers. mining: and over forty persons. .
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effect to restrictbusiness. gation of,the Inland. Sea is guaranteed. ]

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r nary conflict that is!likely} ,draw In the quarrel tween New Tork !and Wwhington..During even desire freedom. Negroes are divided- In opinion 'a
( iht. 1oritla.iini ; "' as to whether they would pretefreedom to aJ TeI'J;
;/ .. u. I "all the neighboring c ountri: Paraguay ..I'%e scar this has been immense.: Tfairreceipts but, by all means, leave the choice with them. Let
them decide the matter. We do not expect this rewardto
has already virtually declared war agafiiit have been fnlly large enough, notwithstanding make soldiers of them. Discipline only will do that.It .

been the high pn'cartof. everything, to most b4T j discipline differing very much from that
bejiae-of MS
Brazil. victory
JACKSONVILLE : Thus-farf !, which nQt:hold together with loosened bands, the ar
MARCH 25, 1665i ;: in favor of th lf mpjjre of Brazil., But, \he! take every precaution t shy ,severe, exacting, which first teaches them their
tnist- ;
WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA.&, ,JRepujblic I.l'faguil is more fully;prepared' ,de 1ts,.by competentand..,, ::duty and'then-compels them to perform it. There never
:tl3"fc '(fti* .f "" 3f :for wiir than, any; of' ,the South American 'worthy persons id. erform me duties,qui.: :'has been'dfsciplin e-in the armies of this confederacy,
New York containSeTOJ'ofcan Jm- ? :but instead thereof a kind of universal suffrage which *
paper 41 nationalities.i ,: ;Should',she throw herself -- .site,,'ari still leaVe lar e"roast.; .. $ 'fights when it chooses'and !straggles when it feels like
portant character from S&tlilgira f. ;1itAU; this must be 'change with the
; iu4r- negro troops;
the occurrencesof
| of
The indications thatUhafporiion'oflneM ? [ ro_ 8Iy.intott'he fray as. the ally of her neighboring The frlghtfu .f'eq S ency they haVe not the motives that impel tho white man to
,, : are -. : 'Republic she' be able 'to check railroad accidents has brought forth appeals this fight; they must be kept up to the mark by fear of
American continent is to bo',visited by a'war may punishment more than by hope of reward.
the advance of the Brazilian army, and either from the press all over the country to An army is and should be a despotism-notncce* *>arUy >
1 I as fierce and blood}' as that with which our States to, tyranny ; but authority mutt be al*>luie. Obe-
compel the Emperor to abandon the struggle the legislatures of their respective dience is the first duty of a soldier, and straggling a
own is The commercial I
f. country suffering. re- or render the war long and disastrous to take some action in regard to the matter; ,? great crime ; not so great, perhaps as desertion,but
la tions existing between the United States and 1 I :differing only in degree, not in kind<< ffhe armies ef
'. I i all the nationalities engaged iri it. From Many of these accidents occur solely from Frederick the Great were Well disciplined; stragglingwas
the South American States renders the state unknown in them ; It was punished like desertion .
of affairs the attitude of England and France it is the avarice of the companies.! Unlesssome and of desertion there'was'very little. The lain
then somewhat important to tho thought that complications; with those powers action is taken to check that despotism the discipline will: make good soldiers of negroc- it 'will
former. Our own affairs have so completely : not promote desertion for strict discipline is the best
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... \\ may arise. : dangers of travelling will become a serious preventive known for desertion. It is a well known
I engrossed the public mind that little heed -.. G fact that desertion, straggling and absence without
in this .
thing COUltry.c. leave are least known in well disciplined regiments,
has been paid to the contentions that have
THE PRESS. .
and we believe that the fact will hold good in the ar-
r been going on there for more than a year. Thc'recent victories have again demonstrated THE REBEL VIEW OF THE SITUATION.The .- mies of the Confederate States, and that these crimes
will: be found of greatest occurence in.the worst and of
Some two years back a rebellion suddenly how much a newspaper is consideredas tone of the Southern press evinces a least occurrence in the best disciplined regiments. An *
'4 broke out in the of armies officer who cannot keep his command together is not fit
Republic Uruguay under necessary to a cuuimunity this country.There unanimous opinion that the opposing
to command men, and those regiments from which dis-
the leadership of a restless adventure named are few, if any, places of note that are concentrating fora grand struggle, the sution is most! frequent indicate most unmistakably the
officers of which consolidation should relieve the
4 Florcs. A ort of}guerilla war was carried hav) been,occupied and permanently held by result of which will be decisive. Those General Lee has recommended the arming of the aimy.nc-

;t on, in the opcmtins of which many Brazilian the United States forces where a newspaperhas journals which canvass the situation use lan proes. and npon him will devolve the duty of making'
ra 1 them boldiers. Congress may put them in the ranks
: subjects were frequently sufferers to a great not, made its appearance,very soon after guage that plainly indicates that they see no tut discipline only will make them fifht. By nature

I extent. These appealed to their governmentfor the occupation. Abandoned rebel offices' hopes beyond a defeat at the coming strug- and docile long, so habit that and it would education appear they that are their obedient discipline and /i "''

protection. The Brazilian government have been taken possession of-often with gle, nor are any very strong hopes of any t ought to be ears and most effective. Under proper officers .-
J 1'1 we believe that they can be brought to the; very
demanded redress! of President Berro of the the presses badly damaged, and the type other result expressed. Other journals by highest perfection of drill and man vrEct, and taught to

i I Republic of Uruguay. This was impossible!': thrown into pi-from which something in their silence as forcibly evince the same feel- But stand the firmly present together discipline and move of the with'tmity armies of and the 'Confederate celerity.-

4 for him to afford. Diplomatic corre'spondcnco the shape of a newspaper has been issued. ing. We no longer see that defiant boastingthat States will never make soldiers of the negroes ; the
wonder is how it ever made soldiers of white men. <
passed between the two governments. The ingenuity of the printer, who is a sort formerly filled their columns. They say The congress hag'never understood tie army and it*

During the intervening time Brazil was increasing of erratic, omnipresent individual, has been nothing now about dying ill the last ditch. legislation Legislation has should often be proved for the most true injurious soldier,to and efficiency.not for

t her squadron in the River Plate and sufficient to change a mass of rubbish into The most confidential tone assumed is thatif the poor soldier. Give the men aliens, clothes and
regular pay, and thru the Congress may let the army
.putting herself a war footing. This hos- materials for speaking good English to the Johnston will only take care of Sherman alone.

tile attitude was maintained without actually: public.A they do not fear Grant. Their recent reverses Ore fruitful source of observe without leave has been
t been tho law granting furloughs! from hospital: ; these
coming to blows until the fifth of August last. place like Charleston could not remain have considerably altered their tone. They men, in nine cases: out of ten,.never return when their

On the day mentioned, at five P. M., the long without a public journal. The Courierhas will probably be compelled to alter it considerably from furloughs hospitals arc out.? If to Are, cnc the campaign negroes will to be be furloughed last of the

Oriental war steamer Villa del Salto left its been, revived there. Under the auspicesof more by the time Sherman has negro army.
The arming of the negroes is! a most important step in
anchorage and went down the river, in pur- its new managers, Messrs. TVhitmore and has marched a few miles further The fact the progress of this war; rightly and properly'managed

suancc of orders from the General commanding Johnson, who are well known as connected i is the Southern Confederacy is about playedout it without will give doing most the material least injury strength to the to institution our armies cf, and slavery .

north of th<> Rio Negro de Trillo. On with the press of the Department of the and all the intelligent portion of the remainder effect much tow ards the independence of theso--
States Hut it will require murb patience and much
goin.uut it hoisted, its: colors and fired South, it will be an ably conducted, journalBy of the Southern people whose minds labor to make the negroes efficient soldiers The selection

three guns. The captain, Pedro Revero, ordered imparting the truth to the benighted in- have not been totally obscured by the dark- most of important tie proper; upon officer him to undertake will depend their the drilling success or la

4 all steam to be put on, and on passing habitants who are left there it may infuse a ness of secession teachings know it. The failure of the experiment. If .he is a disciplinarian he
will succeed, but if he is not, no matter how brave,how
close,to Briziliau gunboat fired two shots Union sentiment into their minds, darkenedby ..journalists finding it impossible to longer great a strategist, the expeiiment will be a failure. 'If

and a discharge of grape; but the steamer its former heretical teachings, and thus make them believe the contrary have ceasedto in the soldiers effort there to drill should the negroes be developed and discipline a system them into by-

continued running down stream with all atone in some measure for its past sins. attempt it. They cannot even make the which our present noble armies may be improved and

\ speed The Brazilian vessel returned the fire The increase of business of Savannah under blessings in disguise" appreciated except pline perfected courage,and, their there unsurpassed will be no more courage disasters become like disci-those

at once with four shots from thirty-six poun- Union rule has compelled the papers thereto perhaps by the people who enjoy the bleis- in occasions the valley that and discipline at Nashville.developes It it is upon real such effects trying and

ders and two from sixty-fours. Two or three enlarge their sheets and increase their, es sings by' being remained to see the stars and brings out its great results. Perhaps in drilling the.ne-

shots struck the steamer, and the boiler was tablishments to keep pace with its progress.- stripes float once more over the places evacuated groes our officers may learn how to discipline the

damaged, so that the force of the steam es- The Republican some weeks since made its ap. ] by the rebel armies, even the Charleston whites.LOCAL

,I caped. Seeing this the Blancos, the ruling pearance on an enlarged sheet. With a little improvement Mercury qas not paused in its flight to INTELLIGENCE.MR. .

party in Uruguay, ran the steamer ashore in its typographical appearance it pour forth its torrent of imprecations on the
I JOSEPH .
REMINGTON. S. Marshal
t near Paysandu, then the crew set fire to it would be 'a very respectable looking journal.We Yankee race. Its editor may be looking for- ,

II, I and went on shore. are as yet unacquainted' with the proprietors ward to the day when he may have to retract &:'., is respectfully requested to call at this

I. On the 16th of October following Baronde .but feel no hesitation in pronouncing them his falsehoods ls; and things a wise policy to oflice and settle his account for advertising. :

Tamandarc, the VIce-Admiral commanding men of the right.- stamp- for the position.- be preparing the way -by uttering no more. ..'--- ot' .-.--

thejiaval forces of Brazil in the River The Herald more recently has increased its COD .\ N.-About'three o'clock on

a-__ Plate, announced to the British Foreign Office size. It now presents a very handsome, busi- SOUTHERN' N WS. ; Friday morning the building in the rear or-

the intention to blockade the ports of ness-like appearance. Its proprietors are Joe Johnston' Report" of the Campaign the premises occupied by Mrs. Shadd, oni

Uruguay-Salto and Paysaudu giving for- enterprising persons worthy of success. Were of Atlanta.The Adams street, was discovered to be on fire/

eign vessels up to the 15th of November to pleased? to see these evidences of prosperity operations report of of the the army rebel under General command: Joe Johnston in the of mem-the The flames communicated to the dwelling..

;. leave the ports. A' similar document was both on the part of the journals and of the orable retreat from Dalton to Atlanta has been publish house totally consuming it ,in a very short/
ed, by order of the rebel Congress, in direct opposition, tim 'theinmateB succeeded m escaping! ;
also sent 'to the representatives of Englandand community. ,as is plainly stated in the Richmond Examiner, to the with mast of their effects.. At one time the

4 France at Moa\ video. The reply the As soon as the situation will warrant we wishes give a brief of Jeff.summary Davis, who of some desires of to its suppress most important it. We building the corner wf"jj ura street was*

English Minister was brief. After the usual shall follow suit We do'not intend to lag points. On the last day of 1863 the effective force of in imminent danger of being set on fire. Fortunately
his at Dalton amounted to 36,825 infantry and the wind the
army was- light by exertions -
;
L., .. formalities, he thus expressed himself, which behind our neighbors. The i indications are artillery, and 5,613 cavalry. A portion of this force Qti the soldiers and the inhabitants tho-

I i is the pith and substance of his reply:. that the day is not far distant when our turn was February sent in January 1864:, Bragg to oppose, as Sherman,commander in Mississippi.In -In-chief at. fire was prevented from being communicated;

\ la the latter will come. Richmond, sketched an offensive campaign for Joe to it. Had there been a high wind the destruction -
of this
part document, your Excelle ucy .. .. Johnston, but it was found impossible to give him the of buildings must have been
I speaks of the painful duty which would be imposed up number of men necessary to the movement. verygreat.
4 ( on you of exercising constant vigilance over English RAILROAD DISASTERS.The close of the When the campaign was opened (May 1" 18M) by Should not theevent be a warning:
Sherman, Johnston's effective force numbered forty to pmmcle! : for a future occurrence. There is
ships, with the object of stopping, searching and confiscating past, and the beginning of the present year, thousand nine hundred infantry and artillery and four no fire department organization or any pro-
what your Excellency terms contraband of thousand cavalry. He was subsequently reinforced byLoring's *
have been fraught with many serious railroad Folk's 'visicn-fbr such emergency.. Hilton Head and
and French's divisions of
corps-mak-
war, which might be found on board those ships.In ,
accidents. The most terrible one for sometime ing his total force during the campaign, subsequent to Beaufort have regular tiro department organizations
reply to the manifestation I have the honor to In- the battle of Ressacca, only aboutsixty thousand men. Why can titfre not be one here?:
form your Excellency that from the point of view in is recorded this week. What renders it On the moriug of May 9, when McPherson's army ap- There two here .
formerly one or engines
were
,
peared in front of Ressacca it was"held by only two
which I look at this matter, discussion cannot more harrowing the public mind is that
upon thousand two hundred dismounted cavalry, under what has become of them ? Jacksonville has
: this opportunity be opened based upon the maintain- many of the victims were paroled Union I Wheeler. It was not until the 10th that the place was suffered so much from conflagrations it
i k3 -anco of neutrality. reinforced by Hood's corps and Loring's division, of behooves citizens.to do all they can to save-
prisoners who after suffering from long confinement -
' Folk's Johnston states that he crossed the
There are no belligerent parties engaged in the present in rebel and the Etowah corps river at the representation and recommendationof the.portion that has been spared the flames..
struggle, as a military chief who has thought properto prisons experiencing Polk and Hood, and says that it was "a step whichhe -..4 ..-
.., raise the standard of revolt against the government horrors of rebel barbarity were returning has regretted ever since The rebel loss in the bat- Loes OF THE CoLiiNS.r The steamer George
tle of New Hope church, May 27, was four hundred and
of his
country cannot be considered by me as a beligc- to their homes only to meet a fate- as sad' fifty. lu the assault on Keunesaw Mountain, in which ]i C. Collins while attempting to run iato: St.
rent. General Marker of our was sacrificed, the rebels ,I
i that of death the field. That our brave army
as on Augustine on Tuesday last struck on the bar
lie is simply a rebel. lost two hundred and six in killed wounded and mis-

t Where no belligerents: exist there can be no neutral soldiers, after encountering the perils of the and sing.killed The and losses\\'oulldec.and of the campaign fourihouaand footed up seven ten thous-huu- She commenced tU.ljng'vcry rapidly and in

t }Further in the absence not only of a declaration of battle-field should only escape them to be dred from all othor caws not including the cavalry spite of every effort to get her off by lightenIng -
'
war between Brazil and the Eastern mutilated and far from the Ions unknown. The effective, force of the 'army, as
... Republic, but also slaughtered scene transferred to Hoot!, was! forty-one thousand infantry her it was finally: found necessary to ubandxm -
of a notification of the blockade of those porta made of conflict while returning full of hope and I and artillery, and ten thousand e8.111rlIe states her. The passengers and crew succeeded -
ci with customary formalities, I cannot admit that the expression that planned the battle Peach Tree creek and the in getting off isith a portion of their effects.
bright anticipations to their homes, is a mel.I flank attack on the Army of the Tennessee in which I.
Al .,
employed by your Excellency of "contrabandof The entire cargo was thrown overboard.The .-
killed. Ho also claims that he intended
McPherson wan -
reflection. It is sad
war," can be justly applied to any kind of merchan ancholy to ccntemplate 1 holding Atlanta. There arc several hits at Bragg.. sand had at last accounts formed com
dise carried by English ships in the course oflegitimat scenes ot this nature when they occur from I Among other opinions given is one expressed by Braggin pletely around her. It iQ said she will prove'

trade. causes. utterly beyond human control. But I was which larger Joe than Johnston Grant's.concurred lie alludes that to Sherman's the Union army ar- a total loss. She had recently returned from

The reply Of the representative of Francewas when, as it appears to be in this case, it arises : my as the United States army," and maintains a dagnitted New York where she had been thoroughly
a- style throughout. The document is intensely in- overhauled and repaired. We understand
a essentially l the same in, substance, The solely from carelessness or neglect on the. I terresting to those who participated in the campaign, she survived the storm in which the Melvillewas

ports of Salto and Paysandu were,however, part of those to whom the travelling public and of general interest to the country at large. lost.

.
...
strictly blockaded, and shortly'after, the trea- entrust their lives the public have right to Negro question decided.Virginia farors ------
THE COLORED SCHOOL of this under
city,
ties made between Uruguay and Brazil were feel highly indignant. In the army, for a arming the ,glares and consequently
J all the tint families" think the matter the auspices of the Freedmen Aid Society,
r-
publicly burned at Montevideo I' sentinel on post who may, being overcomeby 11
settled. has an efficient corps of four teachers, and an
The Brazilian government soon united with fatigue, be found sleeping the penalty (From the Richmond Euquier, Feb. 18.J
attendance: of some one hundred and
fifty
w wr.Y rr Flores and on the 6th of December the prescribed is death. Why should not neglectof The question of negro soldiers we consider as settled. pu
t t' r combined Public opinion has definitely declared in favor of arm- pils. In progress in their studies the scholars
forces made an attack on the port of duty on the part of a railroad employee be ing the negroes. The resolution introduced into tho of this school compare favorably with the

.r 1':1 'sandu reducing it to of i punished with the same severity ? By his Virginia Legislature, giving the consent of the State to children: in other institutions! of learning.
} n heap ruins
the measure, will pass; and may be followed, and shouldbe i __._ ..___ ... ___ .
after a :Sanguinary conflict of fifty hours i neglect is he not as much guilty of murder? by instructions to senators to vote for the measure, "
and thus put the matter at'rest. As to giving the slaves i nltolt-lll lu>t week's i issue \vr mention-
when it fell into the hands of the Brazilians. The route on which this last disaster occur- their freedom, this should br. the reward for faithful .
services, at. tbe end of the war, if desired by the ftlavcn. j i cd the :35th U. S. t'1'., as Uikwjj part in the
In this" \yny, the ball is opened for asanguif red has been a monopoly of the travel. be- To some it may be a, boon, -.va.rd-oth.i may not j! recent raid; it tli.uulil 1 have been> tl.e ".-tth.,

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&& *s- < < S I late the collection of dutlw on import*;and .'tonnage;;*' Benevolent Un 'rprehensIon -; -" l i i y. .

LAws oFJ.E UNITED STATES. approved on,the second March, inthe, year one thousand and by its Society; located mik'Uijo'Wa blngi that any gOO'ct., wares, or merchandise,
seven hundred find Wnet nfcie. oJt 11 corporate name shall have perpetual.succes shipped at their port wilt be.used many '
for
JCt'THB Tllst 6 SISSIO OT THE I Approved, June 27, 1864. <* don impleaded, with power1 in to sue and be sued,to implead and be aid of the insurgents or insurrection they way will equire tho

THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. -l any court of the United States, or of the tfubstantiol security to given that such
goods
District.of Columbia wares;
of
competent jurisdiction or merchandise J
to shall not be
,Cuir.n'.cLir. eeive re transported to place
any
-
CB.U"TU CLXIV. An Act in Relation to the Circuit Court in and for the such roles subscriptions and gifts, and benefits, and to make under insurrectionary ntrol with or by the consent, "

An Act to prevent Smuggling,and for other Purpoies. District Wisconsin, and for other PurpO CII. for the by-laws as shall be necessary and expedient permission oonnl vance of the owners,shippers,carrier .

Be it enacted b1 1M &1aatc and Ht1lUl'lf Reprewdtiveiofth2 ,BEt enacted by the Sen-tie and House of Representatives government of the Society, and to alter consignees thereof and shall not in anyway. be us. td*
.the same from .
Untied States; of America in Cangrar attemlled of the :,United Mate: of America in Can ea.a embJed. time.to time in such mode as shall ,be to give aid or comfort to such insurgents.,,
wdafterthepamgeof this act all gooda1w&res That '.prescribed therein : ,Provided,always]!'That such They will be
That, from I the act entitled"An act to enable the distrldcourt. ; and by-laws rules especially careful upon application for
and merchandise, and all baggage and effects of of the United States to issue execution and other, constitution shall be in nowise ,inconsistent. with the clearances, to require bond, with sutncient securitIes,

passengers, and all other articles imported into the final process in certain cases" approved March three, or laws of the United States or with the conditioned for fuWllin faithfully all the conditions'
objects of the '
United States: from any contiguoaa foreign country or eighteen hundred and sixty-three be and the same is 'hereby declared society. The objects of the Society are imposed by law or Departmental Regulations, from J

countries except as hereafter provided' as'well ,as the hereby} repealed.SEC. fort of to be to provide for the care and com: shippers of the following articles to the ports opened

.. sears, and other vehicles and envelopes in wh ch 2. And be further enacted That in aU cases, such members as shall be sick disabled or dependent or to any other ports from which they may easily be, .

tho same shall be imported, shall be unladen in the wherein the district courts of the United States ,within w}- the, and the families of such members, in cases aud are probably intended to bo, reshipped in aid of

presence of. and be inspected by an inspector or other and for the several districts of Texas, Florida, Wiscon ere officers of such society shall deem it expediP' the existing insurrection, namely Lk1uorsofallkind.s

officer of the customs, at the first port of entry or cus sin. Minnesota Iowa, and Kansas had rendered judgments cut such, and also to provida for the decent il termen of i other than ardent spirits Coals Iron, Lead, Copper,

tom-house in the United States where the same shall:I or decrees prior to the passage of an act approved persons as may die in membership: of such society Tin, Bras, Telegraphic Instruments, Wire, Porous '

Arrive ; and to enable the proper officer thoroughly to July fifteenth eighteen hundred and ixttwo"cl'f' i or SEC.belonging 2. to the families of such members. Cups, Platina Sulphuric:; Acid, Zinc and all other telegraphic .

discharge this duty he may require the owner or own ting circuit courts for said districts, which cases might shall And be it further enacted That said so. materials, Marine Engines, Screw Propellers,

era or his, her, or their ajrent: or other person having have been brought, and could have been originally cognizable and ciety mixed have power to hold real estate, or personal L Pdddle-wheels.Cyliuders, Crmks Shafts, BoiersTubea

cha'rce or po-sesion of any trunk, travelling-bag or in a circuit court, the original papers and all estate by purchase gift or devise, for the tor Boiler, Fire bars, and every article' or other

sack valise. or other envelope, or of any closed ,vessel other papers now on file in the district courts aforesaid, sell purposes of such society and no other, and to lease I component part of Engine!: or Boiler, or any article

car, or othcj- vehicle, to open the same, or to deliver to shall be transferred luto the clerk's office of the circuit; sonal, or convey such real estate or mixed estate, or per. whatever which is. can, or may become applicable for

him the proper key ; and if such owner, agent. or other courts for the district in which said causes were heard property, as may be devised or donated to such the manufacture of marine machinery, or tor the Armor

person shall refuse or ueplect to comply with his de and determined. And it shall be the duty of the dis society, and the leasing or sale of which will promote; of vessels-

mands, thdsaid:: officer shall retain such trunk travelling trict-court clerks of said districts, respectively, to have the interests of said society. N. B.-Persons desiring to ship to either of the port .

has or sa-k valise, or whatsoever it may be. and openthesame"and. said papers so removed. And it shall also be the duty have SEC. 3. And be further,- enacted, That congress shall]I named above, any of the article* enumerated herein, _

as soon thereafter as may be practicable, I of said district-court clerks to transfer to the offices of: the right at any time, to modify, amend, or repeal or articles of like character, regarded as contraband of

examine the ,-Ol1tcUtS : anll tf :mv article or articles ; the! rirniit-conrt clerks aforesaid the books of this act.Approved war. or prohibited by military orders .
.. ,. ... records must makeap-pli-
HUbject to the payment oi dut-y snau oe 10Ufl1 wereiu. aua.- JonrnalS- V*- me Ulstrlct courts E.wrt'saiu- which June 28, 1864. ca.tion. tor Dermission to do l to.. tn. tho ....Ha- ..........,_
ui -- -- -- -- UUU. .4J au'"'''
the whole content,, together with the envelope, shall be arc any entries orders, or proceedings affecting, or in commanding the Department or District embracing the

forfeited to the United States anti disposed of t as the any manner relating to, cases which were of circuit- MIMTAKYHEADQUARTERSDEPT.. port to which the shipment id to bo made. When ap

law provides in other similar cases. .And if any such court cognizance, or which might have been presented ------ --- ---- -- ----- proved by him, and also by the Supervising Assistant;

dutiable goods, article or articles, shailbe found 111 such in a circuit court, after having first copied into a book.1 Special Agent of the Treasury Department;, ruideut
SOUTH
vessel, car, or other vehicle, tile owner, agent, 0rer for that purpose provided all entries orders, or other there. the application so approved will be presented to-

pcrson in charge oi which shall have refused to open the proceedings which may.be found in said books jour- Feb. 24. 186.>. the Collector of the Customs at the port from which the

:Lme or deli\'r the key as herein provided, the same nals, or records relating in any manner to c&scs which GiErut!: OKlJ RS. shipment is to made who will thereupon gram a clearance -

together with the vesd, c.ar. or other .ehicle, shall be 'were not circuit-court cognizance, anT-which could NO. 26. } as requested ou the execution of the require'Jl

forfeit to the enit'd States, and i>hall be held 11) such not have been prosecuted in a circuit court. I. Pursuant to Special Field Orders No. 13, dated bonds ice. And this Circular will until otherwise or

officer, to be di"poetl ofai the law provides in other SEC. 3. And b* it further enacted, That for the necessary January 15th, 1565, from the Headquarters of the Mili dered, apply to all ports heretofore opened bj proclamation -

simIlar .asc of forfeiture. cost and enpenses of this transfer of books and tary Division of the Mississippi, regulating commerce as well as to those named above. "

fKC. 2. nu'r ruacfrf That to avoid tl'cInspectiou papers, and for the expense procuring books to within the Department of the South, trade stores will I am very respectfully,
at the fir t port of arrival, by the the entries and copy be permitted at Beaufort
orders Hilton
required above
mentioned, and for thel'OP.ing Head, Savannah, Fer- W. P. FESSKNDKN,
tirs: section of this act, the owner, or conductor nandina
St.
of said record Augustine Jacksonville
entries from the original book and Charleston Secretary of the Treasury.
of any such vessel, car, or other vehicle or owner into the in all articles of IV. Hut _
I new one, at the same rate of compensation food and clothing, groceries ladies' as the trade within a Military Department

a-eat wires or other irou having charge of any such I now allowed to clerks of courts for copies from their and vhildrens' goods generally, and articles not contraband must, for Military reasons, be so far subject to the con-
Poodi, merchandise, bdgaSe, (pffects or other! of .
records the clerks of the district courts shall be war.Personsdesiring ttol of the Auny authorities as not to _
permit contraband
L articles, apply to auy officer of the Limed States paid, _
aatiwrized may out of any money in the treasury of the United States to trade will apply to the Comman tr&de with the enemy no person will be allowed to sell
duly to act in thpreaiises, to seal or close not otherwise ding Officer of the Post and goods at either Hilton
appropriated, upon the certificate of the obtain his written consent, Head or Fernandiua until they
the same, under and according to the regulations heroiuattor judge; of the district court. specifying the kind nature and extent of the trade have obtained the consent of the Post Comnnndur

authorized, prev'ions to their importation into SKC. 4. And be further enacted( That the transcripts -I I and when such persons require importations from North-; indicated i iu Paragraph I, of this order. In such cases, as '
the United Stated vIiit Ii officer shall seal close] the
; or : thus made into a new book, after BaLl book shall em Cities, or from Fernaudina and Hilton Head to the Post Comlll.1uderwill iml1letliacl.forwan1. to these
,
aarno acco.tliagly whereupon the same any
; may proceed have been certified by the clerk to be oi the otberplacesaboved named Headquarters a of the
to their of destitution without further full and true they will in like man I copy permit granted with the in
port inspection : copies from the original book shall have the same force ner apply to the Commanding Officer of the Post voice of goods attached.
asking
Provided, That nothing contained in this section shall and effect as records as the originals ; and that the him to request from the Secretary of the Treasury, V. All existing permits to conduct any; kind of busi _
be con-trued such vessel a
to or vehicle
from exempt car, or its such examination be
contents, as may necessary todians of the books and transfered II. It the Post Commander of:May 1863, and all
papers to their offices : approve such for persons holding such permits
request
anJ to 'r\'ent frauds the must
proper of this! acnd! : provided upon, further revenue That and violations and their certificate of transcript of any of said ,: the importation of gooJs from Northern Cities or from in order to continue their business obtain irom the Post
every books or papers shall be received in Hilton Head and Fernandina ho will Commandant the
evidence with the address to the authority required by Paragraph I.
Michessel. vehicle shall
(:J.r. (lr other without
proceed like effect as if made by the clerk of the court in which Secretary of the Treasury, through the Department I .f this oruer.VI. _
unnecessary dc-ljj, to the port or place of its desti- the proceedings were had. Commander, a request in duplicate. I Each" Post Commander will
nation nunu'd the 1l1aIJH of in the following :uake ad in s: itsargu., weight, SEC. 5. And te it further enacted That the termsof orm, viz : each mouth, to the General Commanding: the _
aiid bo Depart
or contents there in-pUcd
tiOll as provided in sec- the circuit and district courts of the United States UKADQITARTERS, ment the report required by th! Fitth Parajirtph, of _

SKC.onc.3. And be it further 01 Qctrd That the Secretary for said district of Wisconsin shall hereafter be held as . . . .. .. .. .. .... .. SiecialField Oulcrs No. 15, Headquarters, iUiitary _
follows : at the Milwuukie .. . .. . Division of the .
of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized city in said district, on .... .. .. 18.. Mississippi.VII.
the second Monday of and Sir :- All permits for trade _
stud to make s.itl April the second Monday of or any basinf'slfogh'cn _
required regulations aid from
to time so to change the same* as to him,shall seem neces-tune September, and at the ci.y: <.i Madison, in said district, I hereby certify that the shipment proposed to be Post Commandants as hereinbefore provided, will beat
on the first Monday January in each year, respective- made by from any time subject to be revoked by either the Post
and for sailing such vessels or
fcary proper cars andothcrvehicles
ly. And all writs, process and proceedings returnable consisting of articles specified in the annexed invoice Department Commanders.VIII. .

and identifying, when practicable such goods, and for merchandise sealing; marking to the terms of either of said courts as now fixed by is required for Military purposes, at this Post ; and in, Special Field Order No. 13, dated Headquarters -

effect wares bag law shall be deemed returnable,and shall be continued accordance with General :Sherman's Special Field Or- Military Division of the Mississippi,.January 15th,, _
gage, ?, trunks travelling-bags or sacks valises
to the terms of said der No. 13, I that 18C5 w herewith _
and other envelopes and articles ; and also in regard to courts respectively as fixed by this request you will authorize a clearance publisbed for the information of the-
to be Command
act : Provided, That all executions granted therefore to :
invoice;, ijiaaifests:, and other pertinent and processes or or-
their authcnticaton.Sc papers, ders issued from the district of Mon v district in this act for subject to the condition HEADQ'RSIruTARY DIVISION OK THE MISSISSI ,

4. And be it further enacted, That if the owners mentioned, in cases transferred to.the circuit court,and that all parties interested in the shipment, shall have In the Field Savannah Ga..Jan., 15, 1865
in executed shall be first taken prescribed Oath SPECIAL FIEI.D: OKDEKS
part regarded as having been issued Allegiance to the Gov
master, or person iu charge of au'ssd., car or other }
,
from the circuit ernment of the United States NO.13.
vehicle sealed aforesaid shall court to which each particularcase and will conform strictly
as not
port or place of destination thereof, named proceed in the to mani the is transferred and shall be returned thereto. And to such regulations as may be prescribed, by the Trea The Department of the South having been placed with I 4

no writ of execution or other ,final sury Department.I in the sphere of this command, and. it
fest of its process or being highly
cargo freight, or contents, and deliver such power _
exercised or proceeding had in am, very respectfully desirable that an uniform policy vail
accordance
with
vessel, car, or vehicle, to the officer of tbe lawn pi touching com- ,
Wins. dijOC of the same proper by sale or cus- enforce_any iiifltypmont or decree shall he affected bv Your obedient servant I mE'rco and intercourse with- "- the--- _inhnhitnntN_n___..__. ntth.. _..".uV"'WJ.", "I..
o.sh.1:1 otherwiseor
Dilwll ui-iiJui t\le or reason oi me transier directed uj this &ct. .. .. .. . . .. .. the following general rules and principles will be adhered
I&L2' any part thereof. at
f any Approved, June 27 18&1. to unless modified by law or the orders of
the
other than buch Commanding Post. War
port or puce, or shall sell or dispose of ... .. . .. . . Department.
the contents of such vessel. car or other vehicle
0: "
any 1.
part; thereof, before such delivery be shall be deemed CHAPTER CLXVX. Secretary of the Treasury Commerce with foreign-uations cannot be permitted --

guilty of felony, and on conviction thereof before An Act to repeal the Fugitive Slave Act of eighteen hundred Washington D. C. or undertaken until the national authority estab
any and fifty, and all Acts and Parts of lished toan extent that will give the
of INVOICE. necessary courts
court
jurisdiction fine
competent
a .
pay not exceed
and officer to control and
Acts for the Rendition such
of manage matters.
tag one thousand dollars ball Fugitive Trade
or be imprisoned for .
.
a Slaves.Be := will be confined a mere barter and :
terra not e :ceeding five yearg, or both at the discretion o I sale.proportioned
'
of the court ; and such ,vessel car. or other vehicle it enacted by the Senate and House of Jiepresentativ'et to the necessary wants of the army and of the.. inhabi,
rrf the United Staltx America in 3y I tants dependaut on it for the necessaries of
with its coutent*, shall be forfeited to the United f Congress assembled, hie. and
That sections three and four of i even,that tra 8-must be kept subject to
an strict
States, and may be seized; wherever fonnd within the jentitled "An act o l, control military
or surveillance.
respecting fugitives from justice and ;I
United States and .
disposed of and sold as in other persona escaping
cases ;1 II.
'from'the service of Trade stores will be
their permitted at
of forfeiture : Pi-ovided, That nothing in this section masters, passed February Head BeaufortThJton
shall be construed to prevent sales of in twelve, seventeen hundred and ninety-three, and an o Savannah Fernandiua, St. Augustine and Jackaonvthe '
whole
or in part prior to arrival, to be delivered cargo as,per man!. act entitled "An ado amend,* Ifd supplementary to, ladies' and, and.all articles of food and clothing, groceries
cbildrens'
test, and after due inspection. the act entitled 'An act respecting fugitives from justice> goods generallyand arttule. not '

SKC. 5. And be and persons es aping from the service of their masters ft contraband o war.
further enacted That if author- ,
ized person o. persons shall wilfully break any passed February twelve, seventeen hundred and ninety- 3.QIt III. To trade is a privilege, and no person will be
cut, pick allowed to buy and sell
three for
open. or remove any wire, seal lead, lock, or other passed September, eighteen hundred and fifty :- ofthe profit unless he be a citizen
fktteuing or mark attached be, and the same are hereby, repealed. tnitedStatE'8, and subscribe any legal oath or
to .
auy vessel car, or Approved June 27 1864. :i ,r. : obligation that is or may be prescribed
law
other : by and
vehicle, crate, box bag. bale, basket! barrel bun points threatened at.
dle cask by anCnenl) the officer
trunk, ackage.or parcel or com
anything what
soever, under and by virtue ot this act and CHAPTEB CLXVZZ. 0 manding may further exact as a condition that the trader -

authorized by it, or any other act of regulations I An Act' to provide for the Improvement of the Grounds :5 shall himself engage to serve, in.some military ca
congress or shall]I
of the Government pacity, to aid:in the detense of the place.
affix for
: or attach, or iu any way wilfully aid. assist, or Hospital the Insane "
en- IV. Persons
to
courage the affixing or attaching, by wire or by an Exchange of Land. :It desiring trade will apply t commanding -
to vessel I. otherwise, lie it enwted by the Senate and Home ; ,officer of the Post and obtain hiwritten consent
any car, or other vehicle or to'auy crate of Kepreientatives -
box
,I of the United. State (; I specifying the kind nature and-cxtent
bale, barrel l. bag, basket, bundle, caskpackage ? of America in Congrttt a.vemlled ojtbe trade
parcel
,
That the Secretary of the 0 I and when he requires importations from Northern
article Interior is Cities
or thing of kind hereby authorized
seal "
any lead .
any metal, or to deed to John Perkins i he will In like manner apply for his Permit. The
or anything purporting to be a seal authorized a portion ofthe extreme south com
such person cr peronrf shall be deemed of by law point or angle of the farm of the Government Hospital O manding:Officer of the Posfe may appoint some good officer -
and guilty felony,I lor the Insane, in exchange tor two of v -- ;; w.Kulerv 8e these matters, who will frequently in-
upon conviction before any court of acres land, more C. \ ; "
competent t the
jurisdiction, shail bu imprisoned for a term not exceed. or less, now owned and occupied by the said })Perkins : .,.:, 'spe stores andwhen there is not sufficient com

ing five years or ehall pay a fine of not and situated near the middle of that side! of the hos. sra petition will fix the pricro of.sale. These storus will in
exceeding like
one pital farm which fronts a manner be subject to the supervision of
thousand dollars, or both, at the discretion of the upon the public roads : J'rori- th Commanding
And each court tied, That not more than three 3o General of the Department of tin South
vessel, car, or other vehicle acres are given for one by
(crate box bag himself.
basket p contained in the last described or any inspector Geneial.V. .
barrel bundle piece of land
cask, trunk belonging :::-
package
parcel, or to the said Perkins And o In order that purchases be made
other may with
thing, with the cargo, or contents thereof : provided further, That the Qoa. economv. -
from
which the wire seal, lead, lock L I said Perkins is able to give, and does give. to the United the commanding ffii-er of each Post will make re-

mark shall have been broken, cut or other fastening or Stated a good and sufficient title to the piece of land ... ..u.._ .n. ._ __ .___ .___ ._ __ ._ ._ ._ .. I lort.1 of bis action in regard.to tratle.- with---- tLn--- -IIlLm-...Q.. V4 n'

pnmnv..t1I... ..n... ..n_'. .h. _. _. picked, opened, or,1 now owned and ftfi'TiniPil by him.. Post Commander. f traders: ,, amounts oi goooa desired torsale> &c., to the
a ---- -- ."J j .U04 uu..u uunZ:3Q: perdon or JI. ro _ j
or to which such seal or otuer penom. DEC. A ATUI us ujuriner enaaea, That the Secretary IH. As Hilton Head (Port Royal) and Fernandina commanding general of the department, who will in like
thing purporting to,be a qf the although named in the manner make full resort to the
seal has bneu wrongfully attached Interior is further authorized to defray the ex., aforesaid Special Field Order Secretary of the United
be forfeited to the United States. as aforesaid shall penses of moving the dwelling-house of the present Per. So 13, have been relieved from the effects of the blockade State ?Treasury, to the end that 1 s may instruct the

SKC. 6. And be ii further 'f/ kins tract to the tract exchanged for it and of digging no restrictions are imposed by law or the regula- ,collectors of ports fnun which shipment expected
maC That from and and t ion of the as to the necessary! ; permits and
walling Treasury clearance- .
Department
after the pa-vaga of this act the a well out of any appropriation already onshipmentsthereto., It being
penalty for .
any of the provisions of the first section of violating made or that may he made, for enclosing the grounds except articles contraband of war, which can only be utterly impracticable a geuccal commanding military -
tled '. Au act to further the act enti of tho hospital. cleared in the manner, and by the authority stipulated operations should give his personal alien tion to

the revenue upon tho provide/ for the collection of Approved June_ 28, 18C4. i 11 the last clause of a Circular from tho U. S. Treasury; such matters, it is desirable that amnck power as pos
northern
northwestern frontier and northeastern, and Department dated November 23d, 1S64, and which Circular sible'should be d&Icgated to Post commander, and they
for
other purposes," is in the should be held to the strictist
approved July fourteen CnAHTKB CLXVXU. following words : aCQount that nn trade is
one thousand
eight hun permitted injurious to the
dred and sixty-two, shall bA a flue of one hundred Au Act to provide for the Repair and "reservation of CIRCULAR. States. milltajry interests of the United -

dollars, and the same shall be disposed of and applied certain Public Works of the United States. TO COLLECTORS AND OTHER OFFICERS OF THE VI. Sales of cotton will be

as herein provided for the distribution ot fines and penalties tie it enacted by the &nate and J/ousc ff Ir'efl1aiL.cof CU T011S.1'RLSUKY. the United States/Treasury restricted absolutely to .

recovered by virtue of this act and the fnitetl Siale (f America ii\\ DEPARTMENT,, agents and no title in cotton
the ; BO much of Congress a*>cmbled I or bill of sale will be respected until after
said first HecJoa as conflicts herewith is hereby! re- That there be, and hereby if, appropriated, out of November 23, 1864.. sold at New York. Country the cotton is -
pealed. any In of the :people having small lots of
of
inouey in the treasury not otherwise pursuance provisions the Proclamationof i cotton'
appropriated the are permitted to
$ic. 7. An"be itfClrtkrtnad/ That the Secretary; of sum <>f two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, to be the President>> modifying the blockade of the ports of f ed for food and clothing bring for-their the same io to te exchang-

the Treasury be, and bA i. hereby, authorized to expended under the direction of the Secretary of War Norfolk, Fernandina, and Pensacola, and of the Regu. will set aside families. The Quarteima&ter .

point whenever he shall think it necessary, additional ap in protecting the eommeice: of the lakes by causing the l lations of the Secretary of the Treasury relatiug to trade I wagon bearing cotton will a store after warehouse to which each

inspectors uf the revenue for the districts iiamcl below public works connected with the harbors on Lakes with those ports, no articles contraband oi war will be lines, proceet direct to where entering the military

an follows, to wit : h'U4amIUI1Joddy' Maine,four ; Port Champlain, Ontario, Eric, Huron, St. Clair, Michigan permitted to enter at either of said ports and collec Departmentwillreceive, and an ag ut of tho Treasury
land weigh the
and Falmouth Maine, eight ; Boston aud Charles. and Superior, to bj repaired and made tueullor pur tors of customs will accordingly refuse clearance to for it the prize fixed In the 8th section same and pay

town Massachusetts, fourteen ; Pembina. Minnesota poses of euMimcrce and navigation m far as the same vessel bound for thoe ports or either of them with Congress approved July 2,1804 of the Act o!
twu ; Chicago Illinois in Isis any such article on board. viz: three-iourths the
ei-rlu) ; .Yicl1ilfma'kinac,1Iil'hi. judgement, IHI.be necessary. value of cotton as quoted the
gan,, two ; Sandusky, Ohio! one ; Cuyahoga, Ohio, SBC.2.: And be it further enacted, That there be. and Until further instructed they will regard as. contra. the Secretary of tho Treasury is New York market ; and

three ; Erie, Pennsylvania, one ; Dunkirk, New York hereby 1:1. appropriated, out of any money in the treasury band of war the following articles" viz : Cannons* Mortars make appointments of agents.to hereby requested to
one ; Buffalo Creek, New York not otherwise Fire-arms, Pistols>> Bombs, Grenades Firelocks carry out the provisions
six ,
; Niagara, two ; appropriated the further sum of said act at the ))oas Hilton Head
Niagara two ; GiU see, two ; Oswego, five Oswe- of olio hundred thousand dollars to be expended I Flints Matches Powder Saltpetre,Baas,Bullets.l'ikes. and Jacksonville. Savannah Fcrnandiru -

gatcbie. two ; Champlaln lour ; Vermont, two. under tho
of SBC. 8. .tnll bo! it fur for enacted, That the Secretary ing and rendering useful for purposes of commerce aud I belts, Saddles and Bridles (always excepting the quantity commanding officers of Posts hereby imposed or.

the Treasury shall have authority to remit iu whole I navigation such of the PU 'Ul works connected with the of said articled which may be necessary for the de. slighted by; the changes incident may not be reflected; or
or in to rank
part, and Upon such terms he harbors on the eeabord of the United fence of the ship and of those who compose the crew ) and changes
the as shall judge right States aa may, iu I of troops the Commanding General of
flue the
*, Cartridge-bag material Percussion Department.
penalties his judgement need and other
or forfeiture incurred or accruing such expenditure. Caps, of the South will appoint
nndr the provision of this act, or of said act approved Approved June 28, 18M. Clothing adapted for uniforms, Rosin, Sail Cloth of all I at each of said Posts with a special small officer to command
July fourteen kinds Hemp and Masts a garrison not be
eighteen: Imudmd and Cordage Ship Timber Tar tu
4 1 his sixty-two, if In changed without his orders
Dnd'h'n
opinion, the same shall have be !u incurred without CilAITKR CZ.XU. and Pitch Ardent Spirits military persons in the service commanded by a senior ; other troops '

son wilful or negligence or any intention of fraut in the per An Act to incorporate the Colored Catholic Ujrucvolcnt t ofthe enemy and article! of like character with! wand of the post will not arc change added or but arrive the the com
persons thosa specially enumerated. ,
incurrinK t> same ; and Lo a'uall have Society.Be -. troops will be additional/
encamped
I authority t<' ascertain the fncts upon applications for rcniiasion it en
under this act in such manner and under such othe United 't.at.t4..tJf .lineri'Mtu. Omgrexi asrn.b1ed', wherever the ostensible destination are believed, on Ily order oi Major General W. T.

regulations Ul' shaLl bo by him prescribed and-nil fines That Basil Mullen, John Warren '\ Uialllll..l1odel.r, satisfactory grounds, to be intended for ports or places] > SUEoeari

penalties, and forfeitures, recovered Charles Dyson, Jam.4 }I. ttuTt-Jl 'David in possession or under control of insurgents against the J... 31. DAYTON,
act \>y virtnc of this Atkiu*\. William I ajor aid
s'aall: after United States, or that there is Axst. Adjt. General.
oa deducting all proper c..stii and 'charges, Queen, John H. IJnilcrT William Ford and their immmentda.ngertb&t tbo ly! command ot
disposed of and and aPplied ns.pn.vJded') In associates and sacceworx, be,' and tbt-yaro good: wares merchandise, of whatever description
the hereby con '
ninety-first section of tho act entlt1tmn ni-t ta rgu stituted and declared to he a body politic and corporate, laden on such voxels, will fall into the possession 0jr \V. It. M. BuifiKX Major, A wt.General Q. A. (ULLMORE;
Adj't. Gen
i' j I by the amc- nd titl of -lu Colored Catholic Male I under the control of such insurgents. And in all cares: Official-HENKY SLTON: U! 32. '

where, in their judgment, there! is ground for ,
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any upXfttfJtf. -
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t :NOTICE! is heret,,..given that the several Lots, Tracts, Pcrpa11'., It' : 37 491,} I 931 980/ 9120! I 100 I ,,5( a. EJ,.'of S. EU 12 1Q12 160100.' : 2M 1.t5'N. I .
or Parcel, ol Laud,cituateMu ,the State of Florida, It : .'416j28.. 27583! 350 189'U EJ of'8. WJ4 36 928 : 60 27 "
hereinafter described, have ben forfeited to the'United ; 42 84 E)iyof N, E3;' 32 391'1 I : "..,.-
t States, by 'reason of the 'l ot.pay went of the Direct '7 1J} 6 I 29 I 553 1 72 650' :f 51 N. E 34 of 8.EJ4 } '5'27. ,
'It Fax charged thereon, under the Art entitled "An Act .1 ,48 5,2', 206,64, 250 1.3' '87 W3 B. E),( Lot 4. 1. 160 80S \

I to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay in. 47 186 44 200 108 Wr'ofN.E' l v* *j I
tereat on the public debt, aud for other purposes,".approved ,! 48 I I 167 35 200 1 08 'N. W3aof: S: EM4' 36J 6,21 11Q SO 43 .
August '5tLJ, 18fil, and an Act entitled "An.Act ., N. VV3o of N. EJ ;fNof r ,
for the collection of Direct Taxes in insurrectionary 4' .39&43): LuiSI 47192 800' 32 : N. WJ 1 } 7127' 12000. 120. 65
f districts within the United States, and for other purpo 4 H56&7. I 300 72 460:1 48,\ 'SH oft;. E.; and t 120t27 %
GREAT TIn COXCF N
} SALE TO CLOSE ;
r sea,*' approved June 7th, 18()2; and that the several 'Island 3',9,10 10'31 2410 25 14'Perpau S.: El' Of8:WJ 13 I 12Q 65 Ot .
lots, tracts or parcels of land situate within the countyof l, 37 \10131, 1{ 101 00 100 54M. S. W 74 01 N. W MaN.VVofS.Wa I I
St. Johns (other than In the city of St. Augutine.)'. Papy, 39 7128! : 30100 100 54' 7 } 7 28 79 I. 80 29.1 1 I I 4Clothing I
: and State of Florida, will be sold at Public.Auction on U 'I( 465 00 435 2 t5Grlonole / 80 I 29 : : "

J ,1 the 21th day of April,1865. U 6128 (j5692 fOO 4 64 S. W34 of S. EM 2 8,29 J9IG6 60 27, ''':'': I ;::. .
"' ",I Sale to commence at Ten o'clock, A. M., of*aid day. I'arede 45 6130 5520 150 81 B Solana Don'EJ-7; 8i28 295189 320 1'3'A 'L'..... .
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\ at the Direct Tax Commissioners Office, in said city of Ortega. 42 6j29 l'apy 42 127/83 500 2 70 > "f' ,; r
ft. Augustine, and to be continued from day to day, .. 39,} I C130; 91) 02 193 1 04 'Leonardy part of 60 5129, 19135 190 1 02 ." .
until all of said lots:, tracts or parcels of land are sold: Kf'rl'ba\t', 43 6 j 29 h h' 61 485'62 490 2 MII
} I 331'CO' 331 179
6130 U .
-- --- 40 103 12 205 1 11 Good
1 Dry ,
to c t 1 j I H M. }'oDta \17 I 6'29' J. S. c ant'hez 43 4 29 COl4'l 12C0 6 48 .
c I 0 > >4.I < {111"I < 41 } 29136 I (10 33 l'eavett Durbin 46 5 28 410lcoIt
I ... !P( /! () I t'fh 7 I 61301 18 02 I 40 22 Duval County I 90100 lOCO 5 40
P c" I ::: I d I :a; t Jack Wright, 6'27 147 185 1 00 T. P Sanchez 63 429 I 200 1 08
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100100
:: F I r= :< I:: N. %'. 34 8. W. J: : Sam Butts 42 9 SOu : .
Acosta grant 43 10 27 I N. E. i4 S. W, J4.' } 87 } 10,30 153692' 1500 810Travers Hoof I '" .& 47 /11 7 7 744 I I 1000''$ 5 40 & S. E.)'; S. \V.34 33 R 281, 122 1831 r9 Grant 62 5129 ii8S 94: I 850 4 59 ;,: ,

,If i-ntralgo 39 1012.' !. 40100! 1601 87 N. E., Ma N.,E. J-4, e 9'28 39 I 32 John Gionoply 9 5128It 1 '. ..
It ?9 40 40 00 500 270 N. lV 3.i N. W. !4, 4 39 i t 601 32 43}
I u 39 I I lrola I 800 4 32 N. W. J.i N. E. 34, 36 I 91281 I 39'I78! I WI 27 ., 58 59 CO 6j29 472 54 700 3 10 ,
I .. 42 8'30 998 850 4 59 hats and Cap.. .-
00
John Faulk, 38 I I 2.) & 26 Z O' 25.0 1 35 A Murat
John Huerta:" 45 9'27; : I Fract 20 1027 I! .& 43 I 199 70 150 81
1 1It
t 4H I I +; I Lots: 7 & 8, 21 } I 77 54 I 3/,0 1 89 E. Woodruff ::18: 10 27 307 93 1600 S 10 I
49 1 7 1 ''I! J. Wiggins, 48491)0 10'27' 1223:4.4: 12C01 6 48 M. Ilcrnallder:: 47 //10130( 1013f62 I 11001 5 94'
\ ? 50 I ,! 39646l) I Wanton, 37 8 28 300100 l'-O 1 62 A PqJY Don, 45 8 30' 640 88 640 :; 45'Fatio
Goran, 40' 1 I i 62o8CO'00)60 f 6500)) 35 10 hIarvey, 401, f: 26 40 } 5\27 Groceries'
I John IlcnrltP, 45 j 800: 4 32 38 \ 6 27 22; 26 400 2 16 'I 43 6 27 20170 450 2 43 if"' ,. ,
J .4I 48 I I 4oooo! 'I' 1500 810 P. n.IYonge, 42 5 28 2048100 3000 16 20 Lot 2, 8 I \ 42 24: 50 27
49 I J ooooolOOO'OO; I boo. 3 24 W. Tra'ers, 65 l I Frankfort, U 5 26 200100 2501 1 35 i "
i \ .I M i j : ', j i 1000 5 40 .1. 559 J 1/291/ 430112 I 800 4 32 S EJ4 ofN E3', 17 5128 40.00. 550 2 97 '
I\ ilcDonalil.w. 45 j j I I S.R.N. E. J4 I 'a 30 I I 40 7.0 40 21 Hardware.AT. .
} 'J 9,20, ,! I I; S. E. ;a8. w. )4RS. } II I; Arcque, 49 50 6 29! 193 74: 550 2 97 ,.

I H U } I i i4v E. 34 S. E. :4, 2 829, 118137 I t150 3 51 8E3aofNE3i .
.. /10JSO 37853 380 2 t5I Palma, 60; & 63 4:29: 21516 1 4CO 2 16 &SW34ofSW34 7 529 ,

>; I1. w). G 728," 80 I SO 43 ILlwClof:, 412 & 4 112128 6610 1000 5 40 Lot 12, 18} .. &-e.. at c.. &...
E >i N. E Ji 1 727 80 43 1W.I of N VV3: 3 Lot 13, 156 5G 250 1 35
1. J SE J. 1 i / Ol 80 4C & N E34 of N 7i 4 } I 6127. 811:0 82 44 Lot 11, 26 729: 54'50 75 .n
NE34NE.i 12 I 1 40 I 22 N WA orN "" ::3 40fO: 41 :2 James Don 4U 41'27 101'01' 152 82'
8 E M b E M :::6 6 27 40 4Cf2 22 Ei of N WJ.i 2 I 81 44 4' / 115100 175 95
Lot1\0.I, 31 6128' [,.. 28 :1:31; of E34 2 / HI06 I 162 ts7 It '. 68167 105, 55 Orders on the Qmu termaster taken r.t PAIL
I Lot 10, 29 10 2752C :N3xotNV,3a&, .. 273 82 560 3 03 ,
Lot 1, 31 I hotNEI.i J3 } 1 I IG120 161 87 I John EdGe Don, 33' 4 27 64656 970t 5 25
Frac. :{O 1 I Isi N2 of NW3a N E!. I 1 l\ld'te, 40 4 26 I
d N W J4 N W J4 32 I 153 I 400 2 16 & W2 ot'S E34 24 } I I 31C\ 317 1 71.N .. 54 } 4 7 I III
New Switzerland, 44 :500 I C25iceo 3 cb J 2 of N W:4 & i I IWJi 37 5271 442'57 foo' 2 70 ISAAC A. KOE
', :;,9 5 1,271060' ) ,, 5 72 N ofN Ei ::6:: } 120h00 I 120 C5 PCDgrc, 57 4127 I I I _
"' I I eoo (104 v2 L7'1Ivo. 2, 4 I 721t-O 73 39 .& 42 } 5 27 615'71 750 4: 05 Bay: Street, Jacksonville, Fla
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:I ,. !I' 710, 710. 3 83 SotNW34& I J Tra'cl1.t, 37 6 27 187 65 190 1 03
(' 41 18CO 1800 9 72 h2 ot N Ei l3 } 161'0 87 'a 38 12519 125 63
'I j I I 5369 I 97 5625 i CO: 38i'erpail E32. of S E.i 24 I I I 79111' I 161// 43 .. H 25 00 25 14

'. Grant, 38 10,31 599'33' I 800 4 3Cliuch Lot No.1, 25 C6 !59; 67 36 Gomez 45 56188 5Wt 3 025asportas
Grant, C8 C29 1 465 850 4 59 Lots J 6& 7 23 I I I H3C2;; 184 99 :; 48 GOODiS GROCERIES ETC
1
> Cocifacio Grant, 37 8127] Lot No I, 4 ; 38:70: 39 21 4' 49 40307 405 2 19 DRY .
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:! .. 37 9 27 86610CO 10.075 54 41 b W)4 13 16120 i 161 87 Gurb(>rt. 43 J 7 27 469 50 470 2 54 ASSORTMENT- OF .
37 } 8 27 I 2500 13 50 S.E} 13 16120 Ii 161 87 'It 41 9:27:. 16055 160 t7! Muslins,
{ ? 37: 8128J I 8 W)4 of N Wi4NW3i 1 Clark & A. 27a. Calicoes .
.. 244 93 5TO 4 05 of8W34't I 38 11 27 10M 15 1250 6 75 DeLaines,
Cocifacio grant i 8.27. 10 CO :2510 13 65 Si ot S WJ.i 25f. ItO 00 1CU I 86 It 45 /10 27 Hosiery, ,
44 1 12 512 18 91- 1'1 1 H 39 } Worsted Braids,
00 "J4 162180; 163 89 11 27 2022 13 2500. 13. 60It
'( It +, 12 00 27C2 14 9i b W34. 1 162180 1t:3: 89 37 t 5128 Sugars. Tea, Coffee,
r'' ,& &' 100 CO 200 11 88 E2 ofEz 1 It2,80 ll:; 89 Gay, 40 C 529 lW I 00 350 189 Rice, Hominy, Crackers,
'VH N. W4K.W I 1" 1 I s Ir'3s 12 I (j1122 I 161 J 87 }'atio. 40 5 28 200 00 250 1 35Haney Flour, Cakes,
\ S. ; ...4 S W14 12 I I 1f1\23\ 16187/ 41 203 00 20 1 11 Starch, Molaasea-
w4
N. : S. W>i 16 928' 1C582; I :200 1 08 Lots 8 and 9., 23; 6,27, EO I 80 43 In 12. rode r swamp, 38 5 28 Crockery Hardware, Cutlery.
W}; N. EJi" i<> 527, WOO, 100 54 1)4 NVi ;a 11. 4:0: 40 21 It 42 } 5 29 39928 500 2 10 Buckets and Tubs, .
1, .1 WS.. E.UN. / I I WNW34and I I Donation, 45 5 28 315 35 450'2 43S. Washboards.
j' \ EK S. W14'H. ; : 'I E.33 S W 3' 6 } 5128 1(050 I I 100 54SW' 37 8 28. 36030 350 1 89 TOBACCO, (smoking and chewing.) "
f W}i 8. W}4 26 12300 C2; 33 : Lot 2 37 028 480106! 450 2 43 Together with a general assortment of Sutler's good
} Lots 12245 andO I I and 8 },' 01 See .j / 5128 469110 I 4CO'' 216 .. 38 just received.. .

i t P. Vr> 4 S. *V*/t'\' 27 : 137,00, 69 01* *T S3.N)4: 4 6127, 8181 I leO I 54 a' 375102.8 GOO I 00 1000 6 40 THOS. N. THOMPSON'
Lots 12 3 4: 5 and t I I E % N W 34 11 80 10; {C4; On DUI1u's L:+ke, 37 12 28 314tHKADQUARTEKS
J.L'J't'S....,, ,. ,... und 'I I.1 .I I I I S 3 N W 3i 12 SO 62 100 M: .. 37 } _13128 1G39 I 38 t 1850 I 919
\. Jj vK 4 *3. KV s-4 34' 1 26800 1299 1N E )4 14: 7 271 80 100 G-i ii 38 '2.:f '
:N. W>i 2''W>4 of I I N 7.i N E I 'S 43} 111), I 100100 I"I"j.j. 65 ]tI11.JTART. '

5. W34 Was 1\. EJ5: 28000 290 1 04 E '. h W )4 16} 9''28 158 82 I 260 1 OS On Dunn's Lake 89 l 2'28' 310'83' E5O) 1 89 .
f& N. E3 .W'v I 8ud W )4 H 'Y J.i 38 J 13 28 DISTRICT Of >
,8. It53.; ; IM: .l\.W'4 1 G 1"1 1240.00 I 120 65 Lots 2 al'u 3, 32 5j27 o 50 I 80 i3 12 28 600 lOCO 5(0 SEPARATE BRIGADE '
12
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Ez 5,1a 2 6OjtOO 40 21 N E)4 S E 34 26. 62.1 401! to 27 > } 12 29 I JACKSONVILLE FLA., March 23, 1865. '>
Lots 1 and 2 3 :3100 16 y NA.M48E34 1 1S ,. 45 12 28 2622:25: 2000. 15 9".l PfKLIC: NOTICE. .. 0I
WH X. '\'')" I 'V Ai S E34 261 I 124 CO 100 5.1 41 529 350 600 2 70 I Is hereby given that the property known as the Eagle tI
K>; S, W>4 G 167 00CO 204; 110 andS3SW34N f On N River 58 5 29 50 45 .55 30 I Mills, also Water Lot No. 9, known as the Harrridge-
t5}. bee. 8 W )4 S E:4 23J1 i .4 45 5 29 :$45c) 55 30 : property, is in possession of the Military Authorities of >
N.1V34 and Lot.. 7 I 5 +8 4C3 232 1 126 WW34and i 727 160 I' 48 } 6'29 United States and is used .
m I } \ I 81 'I the now us a military necessity -\
HJ N. E>4 and I $ E1'Nw&; 4 25 'I 1501 4' 50 5:29:,. 383 I 36 385 2 U8t7 by order of the Department Commander. .' .
b N. I:J s. E3 4 22 5 27 123 34 150' 84 S 3s 4W.a 24 9 27 109 80 11.0 59 It will be held \vithouf rent or damages as long as the*.v '
Nv i' s E,1.4 24 f 40 33 50 27 WNh34and 68 I! 101 62 100 54
O. / 1. I ''I I J necessities of the case may require. Notice forbidding
\ Y; N. E34 25 8120 100.' 54 Lot 1 and2 25 53 4C01 2 16 45 629':! 102 50 300. 1 62 the sale ot the Eagle Mills by the U. S. Marshal,ha\ing.
Lots 234 19 1 51281 184 CO 230' 124 NI:34NW.: : / ': 1 1audNE34 St. SebastiaL 52 55 711291 I been duly served on him, all persons are cautioned:, '
SW-i N. E)" 1 j' II 36 I .1' 'I I I ., 555679 194 66 1 08 against bidding on said property.
J' S. E34 Ir;. 'S'...4 1 Loa. 3 and 8 :29.! 102, !1 1391 20. 11 II .c,2t9)' 1, I 2001 E. P. SCAMMON, ,.
.{43 J. '\T> i.. iJ 5. T*?"/4 1 and Lot 8, 16 10:27: 4012; 50 .. 57 to General
/ 27 I 110' I ) rig' CCmnlV'nding.
I. I 163170 I I 1 1N ., 6 109 54 59
29
I N. ,>V ijL-1 s. \V S-t* 23 51271 I 85 46 N y NE; and 35} 1+198 } I Official] HENRY SETON,
.N,12 'VJ.a 26 I : 25 14 3: N 34 J .tr 157170 200 1 08 5156 fJ
C2-lt Capt. Mth M.: Y. Vol & A. D.C
,S..' '34.S. E3, :.U 6J2S I 4.0j)0 I 25 14 b 1V )4 S W J, 11) ,,1'28' 1912:: 50 21 S?} 1 29.I 68 67 J 670 3 62

I lirady'Grant, 41 5.27 252,00() 500' 162 SE34NW34 14 t '28 3b !9.) 1J I 50 27 12 mile vamp C971 6.29' 5001155 750' 4 05 r -
X. W)4 S. Eli :I'O; I 52SSI| 40 CO I .600 270 N W J. S E :4 5 f1 29 40 08 50 27 ". 70 76 6' 500,55, 750 4 05 ALU1BLI P PROPERTY FOR I
291 I.
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ciarfc'Grflutllqbjusou 42: : 291:90S50J07: 430 222 WNW34 ) It 7273 52062; 800.1 32 I
It fl' &: G:3: 1'111:31 { I .6CO 270 and N W 34 S W 1419 f 28 15562 .00 1 08 N. R. Island, 96 6129'' 2j 85 25 14 SALE, ix ST. ACGCSTIXE, Florida.-Several
Arke.k'"N'iel, 41 Lots 11 and: 12 16 1 6 38 1 120 120 65 Houses and Lots, suitable for Winter 1te fdences. Also
I 7129 { iI129\\ 79 12 1CO 729 46
M
::;j } 7 20 [(;113:> I 500 I 2 70 ,S W :4 N W 34 27 I 7 40 60 27 39 7 29 177 82 I 180 97 several Vacant Lots, the most desirable in the citj ,
for erecting buildings. Apply to
.b' 100 54 SW3 a' NI': J' 33 \ I 46 729, 25 25 14
55 and N Vi itSE:4 } 828 81 37 100 54 W. C. MORRILL, t .
37 8'29 223,77 225 1 21 r
GO } 7291 79 E3 SNW )4NW34 I 81E0 14atf Fernandina. 'la.
ii \ I j 41 787 86 800 4 32
Ketopq, 4-1 '1 30 11 76 b 11 34 W J.2 S E)4 1} 7 27 2eO 300 1 C2 44 S 30 165 29 200 '1 08
+ 13 41 600 3 24 and :b: },: SW3 a MatanZ3f', 48 9 :W,' IH 54 200 1 08 LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINGNEATLY

Flora J..t:61i: 47 } 6 28 I 991u I ld s. \\:4. 7 r sol 43 .1 47 9 30' 87 :17 :00 54 A EXECl TEn at the Union Omcz.ACCIDENT. '
42 7 28 500 2 70 N. La N. W)4 6 17128// 42148 I O., 27 .& 39 9130 597 30 650 3 51 --" -
.1lcrnan<4ez< : 43 2'30 I EJ N. i';!. 1 7 It 40 9 30 ::0178 32f 1 76 --
u N 3S 4 Jl J 10 291 492176 I 600 2 70 N;EJ4 N. Ei 12 I I 211 1192 I I 1251 b8 'a 41 930j 115 20 125 68 .-Last evening, a few minutes-
Jb'ranU Miles. 44 211(00 I 250 1 S6 Lots 3 :n 628' 56 {5' ;,5 N. n. island 43 6130 22 I 501 27
Lot 5, 5 '6 27 4S!(>,5 400 216 hml. CreslJO Dou. 40 I 7hnl f 4fjCO, I 7501 405 .4 44 0130 207139 250 1 36 after eight o'clock, Thomas Kinney: a Pri-

] S. E. N..E.1.4, la 1217: :9J:39 Miranda Grant 55 I 4 29 .600 uo 5 40 Matnnzfts. 41 10 30 125 68'.f vate of Company A. 14th Regiment, U. S. Y..,
and 'lot,4 1811121281 !: i iTocoi : COO 164 a'G'Ms' 2 5 10 I 1COOI 3 10 38 9 30 500 52 500 4: 05
!,"* 42 7j27 I s. W3.i C. Was I. I 48 91036 1500 8 10 quartered at Claghorn & Cunningham's
68 J j 81271 I I N W3aSE34SW34 25} 6 7 I lea I'I'I .1 87 50 111311 199158 300 1 62
1 I .. dings northeast corner of Bay and
u 01 71 28 1 B. W4 S. 11.34 13 332 3Z5 1 iHi 52 11131: 206 50 \ 300 1 62 Drayton., .
a' soTocoi. ; 8'28 121C3S01 34 1 I IGW 8 18660J R. 'V!.; S. VVi's } 1 'I 54 I 2C5 W 300 1 62 streets, fell from a platform of the building,
.. 4' 06 Lots 23&4 18 6 "I 1(5 I 70 I lbo E9 In Volusia Co.. I 501 20 750 4 05
59 827 233 16 } I 15 71 B. W J4 1\. 'V3aW3 J I, 52 428 I a distance of nearly thirty feet, causing a
I 1 1001! I 2(001) 14 4tO S. wj 35 'lut, 45'
119,91 tr .
I. 41271 I' 1201 fracture of
the left
,
compound and inter-
arm
,' I,, I 2 I i7 1V% K.'lV)4 I ISJ' Part. 44100 000.4 86 ,
Anasfara J.. 7' I I N-. -WJ.( I I I -I to 53 428 nal injuries.
.:, .. I 8 ts Ul 1COOO I uo I 5540 I 29 10 b. W)4 N. E" I Part, 51 } 52 67 100 M
Part of, 3 56 63 76 41 8. E.>4 8. Ei :24! I 4 27 20000 I 206 1 Of Part, 49)) 428 Kinney was removed to the Post Hospital
Gould, 44 7 11' 06 176 00 95 Lots 12 and 3 19 l 28 1C4 90 105 57 Part I '
Atre GtidO 74 I 6 1 91 Q91\11 I 100 1 00 54 Lots 1 l'3z: N. 'VJ- Part f 403 20 850 4 C9a I for medical attendance. The Surgeon in. .
I Lot 5 and G, 111'28'' 62,16 !. 100 00 MUrrnlsndt'.7 8. 'Vi N. W3i 18.I I I 1(080 1 1CO I 87 42 3'''29 charge of the Screven House Hospital
,39 I I 71Z01 I 20 56 3' I 11019 Z. Kwgsl, 63 6L29' fC2.C3 10(0 5 40 Diego, 39 } / 4 29/ 500 00 .1 1250 I 6 75 kindly-
.. "ij 1 u 43 6 1 28, 261't0 GCo 2 70 'I 41 4 29 949 28 1900 10 26 i furnished an ambulance for the removal of
4. ki 729 50000 LOO 2 70 45 203 97 4CC 2 16 4' 44 429! 100 00. 260 1 35 .
.. the injured man at the
Lot 2, Jt 10 := u '. 48 It640 240 1 29 49 4 29 148 75 300 '1 62 request of our local .
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h 2, I 12(1 208 80 625 3 38 I .. ..f t..:" ,' 46' I I I a' 67 69 4 29. 13715 149 reporter, who was present at the time the
Travprl'. 42 ta ; fr27 62 1100 Ii 94 : t 'i'/ 629 10516 330 1 68 :: 66 68 41291 2751
I .1. Floyd, :K 5,29, NC0 00 :2541 1 b'llIernumlt."f. 4' 100 127.0:: 250 1 2 b 47 } :1)112: I 5G 27 accident occurr'cdand., aflordcd allthe aid in
., "Ii .9' 67 (3 20 1 125 68 'a 50 .'2J 500 00' 759 4: 05 his in
1 4' '; :18 J 31 14512 itO 81Ilcuna C.k: G. ClArke Wa 46 8 30 147 22 225 1 21 1 628 42 25 40 22' rower rendering the injured mun's.condition .

Vista 39 lL al 374 75 500 2 O11ala bJ x :i7 9.10: 150 CO 225 1 21 Ashtou Z9 40 6 28 :56 00 4201 2 27 comfc.rtablc.-Eu'l' Herald 18th

Conpra 37.O } 11031 770127 1 1000 1 360 :1\ulIfihaJ, ) 53; & 41 G9 11131 5129 329100, I ::to 1 (.'2Fitrll Also will,be sold during the said time, the following
fJ2681 866 4 Lots or Tracts of Land, situate within the City if St. DESERTERS ARRESTED. The efficient
:)8) 1131 I N. Sanchez, 45 k 44 3 29 226 22 4C0 2 16 polite
h ,. 49J (:9fl1 1200 I 6482W)1 Fitch, n 3 29I' / Avguttinc. of Savannah, atd aylightyesterday morn-
/ / I Lot 6, on block 4; bounded north by an alley, east by
8. JO'CI1m, 40 11131fJJ7l; / () I I J3 LOJ081'an')0J1 ZS 429 28336 1415 7 64 lot of Miss Perpall and Marine street south by lot of ing, at Hine's :Mill, on the Savannah and
', ; :;8 7:28 :J1'(0. :41: 18tIt. 1'itdl, 40 41'29 4027'Z; :, 2015110 f:8: Mrs. Pougeand, and west by Charlotte street. 'Tax Ogecche Canal west of the Central Railroad
100100 ItHch ,
10 48 ,
54 4' 9 244In 1 .., i 58 $7,20; Penalty, $3 60.
A. IIucrts -46 C 27. t Charles 51 & 65 429.! 510W' 2tr0 13 arrested a deserter. The detectives: started
J ; 77 Lot 8, on block No. 4 bounded north
: ; by an alley
37 8 40 H} l; 28i l"ikh, 40 s'29 forthwith on a
retrograde movement find nisit"
s t .. I' cast by Marine street, south by lot of V. Sanchez and
,, i1 lC.A (l0 I liCOO 29 'i0 37 4 29 1476 08 7380 39 85 west lot of V ted Battle Row
7128 I'itch; by Sanchez. Tax, $0 72; Penalty $0 36. a portion of Savannah situated -
& .
13.n1Olh! 7W 4 05 40 3 29 c
I I I Lot 20, on block No. 10 bounded north lot of Mrs. north'ofBav'Etrcet
f79; 201; H'O In Dunl County, :37 4 ; and south of River
1 ). X. Sanchez, 22; 5t'u 29 1421 CO 715 38 36 C. D. Loring east Charlctte
by
H ...I'.a S. }'.. .3i } 'l1 I' 'J ocoi. part uf :9 l 8 27 2.00' 75 41 Catholic Church, h P. B. Dtimab: street, and, fcouth west by by lots lot of of street, west of Jeffcrscn and east of West

_ r.w3sdZJ.li.rv.3( 3G 1 9j29. ]':000 ';'.001 1 62i' Cnllo\'Rs JJon 48 7' 2D f:30'CO' G40 3 4Sf3 Mrs. Peck. Tax, $4 32; Penalty, $2 16. Broad streets ; here they found two more de
::39 6,17 640 021 ; )04 05
; 00 200 168 L. D. 8TICKKEY serters.: All three of these arrested
40 I i ::6! f (co olCO/ 2 48 LotH 7 k 8 27 8 28 fO : belong toI
:: ,H ; I 1 400; I 40 21 N. VS'3a ot N. 'VJ :$6 I J21 365 AUSTIN WILLIAM SMITH ALSOP, I the 156th regiment New York Voltuitecrs.E'arannaJc .-

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