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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: April 8, 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.
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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 8; 1865. NO. 34. :

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THE FLORIDA UNIONIS time occupied in crossing the space betweenthe It i is: known that a movement has been initiated division, consisting of the Fourteenth and -
lines, cutting down the abattis and gettingto by General Sherman which will Twentieth
BY completely corps, was a feint _
IS PUBLISHED: EVERY SATURDAY :MORNING making move-
the rear of the fort was the work of only a cut off the rebel army under Johnson ment or reconnoissance in the direction of .
N W. C. MORRILL & 1. X. STICKNEY.
few minutes. Here formed in line of from
they : available
every source of supply,and the Smithfield and Raleigh, the former place being -
TERMS: : battle, brigade front, and while one portion movement on the part.of General Grant will about twenty-five miles west of Golds-

Two Dollars per Annum Advance.. advanced on the fort the other swept!the rightin compel Lee either starve his army hi Richmond boro, nearly on the line of railroad between -- ,

' No Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. towards the Appomattox, expecting to flank or to come put and risk ,an engagement Goldsboro and Raleigh. The attack of the .
and capture the whole line to the river. The in the field in which *
Single copies five cents. open a disastrous defeat enemy, like all their onsets, commenced im-
latter party were met by the Seventeenth will be inevitable.
line each impetuously but lacked
ADVKBTISEMENT8 fwenty-five cents per ; they the stubbornness -
:Michigan and driven back after some hard The facts induce the conviction
i insertion. here that and spirit to keep it up. On Sunday it '
Advertisements not specifying time will be markedt fighting. before the return of the President to Washing cannot be denied that the Fourteenth and
f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly.Book The force that attacked the fort were repulsed ton the terms of peace will be agreed upon Twentieth corps had their hands full to sus-

of variety neatly by the garrison several times ; but, between Grant and Lee, and the armed rebel- tain themselves against the attack made
Job and Card Printing every upon -
executed at the UNION office. their numbers being so superior to ours, they lion be ended. The best informed officials them. On the next day, however, the

finally overpowered and took prisoners nearlyall here regard an immediate peace as almost be- Fifteenth and Seventeenth corps came to the
who were in it.' They at once sent the yond adoubt.The .
rescue and the
NEWS FROM THE NORTH. enemy were driven in confusion -
captured over the works to their lines,-and rumor another peace conference has to and through Smithfield, in the direc-

Cen. Crant many succeeded in getting away and running received additional confirmation to-night from tion of Raleigh. The chief command of the
Heavy Fighting by back, the guard being very small that had the fact that Mr. Seward has gone to the James rebel army was held bv General Johnston
,
in front of Petersburg. charge of them. river to-night to join Mr. Lincoln. although Gen. Robert E. Lee is said by some

Gen. Wixcox moved up part of his command SHERMAN'S COMMUNICATIONS. of the prisoners to have been at
3000 REBELS CAPTURED. from the right to the scene of action, Advices from Wilmington are that railroad Smithfield, giving general direction present to move

and soon drove the enemy from the line on the communication between that point and Golds- ments. I greatly doubt this, however but

Terrible Fighting by Sherma's Forces, right of the fort. Gen. Hartranft's division, boro will be completed to-night. Duplicatesof think that S. P' Lee, of Hood's old army, ,
lying partly in reserve and partly on the line, the bridges across the Northeast and Neuse was present, and that he is confounded with
With Decided Success to the left, was quickly on the ground, with rivers have been found all ready to be put up. the other Lee. There is no doubt about

reinforcements, and at once assaulted the fort There inow at Wilmington an abundance of Hardee and Bragg having been present and 1

GOLD FALLEN TO 1 51. in turn from the rear,which the rebels seemed rolling stock to supply all the requirements of it is pretty certain that a portion of the,rebel
i
determined to hold at all hazards. These repeated I (lie army at Goldsboro. of
Army
Virginia was at or near the scene
charges were made and after that the .
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By the steamer Delaware, which arrived at fighting here was over, the Jolinies" laying I From the N. Y. Herald,March 30th. $1-

this port on Wednesday last, we have received down their arms and surrendering. More Peace Rumors.It THE CASUALTIESwere a

Northern papers to the 30th ult. I To the left of Fort Steedman is located bat- I. is now believed that the visit of the Pres- pretty heavy the.first day on both sides .

The rebels attacked our forces in front of tery No. 11, which the enemy also managed ident to the armies on James river is of more and the hospitals in this place are being

to get'possession of, but did not keep it long, importance than has heretofore been generally cleared as much as possible to make room .
Petersburg on the morning of the 25th ult., and although hard considered. Since--he has been there
they fought they were a council for the wounded who can be removed so far.
and succeeded in capturing Fort Steedman, forced to relinquish it. of war has been held in which Mr. Lin- The next day the casualties were almost

having massed a large number of tkeir troops I I It was at first reported that the rebels had coln, Generals Grant, Sherman, Meade, Ord, wholly upon the side of the rebels, and their
carried off three mortars but this Sheridan and other military chiefs participated
to killed
and wounded
; proves were left in our hands.
in front
of
the 9th
Corps, (a portion of which
and after it
broke
have been a mistake. They took one over the immediately up a general
occupied the Fort,) and so sudden was he side of the fort; but, in their haste to get back movement; in front of Richmond was begun. THE REBELS PURSUED TO SMITHFIELD.

onset that nearly all the troops in it were to their lines, they dropped it within a few Gen. Sherman came on quickly from Golds- General Sherman pursued them no farther

captured ; this part of the line was occupiedby yards of the breastworks, from which place it boro, reaching City Point on last Monday,and than Smithfield, and from there has come to
will be brought in to-night. I leaving again for. orth Carolina on Tuesday. Goldsboro to his A
the Third Brigade of the First Division I We have the refit army. new outfit was
The loss or the enemy is much heavier than important report from Washington needed'throughout and everything

9th Corps. What in the morning appeared ours. Their dead and wounded number more that General Lee, since the engagements for them has been sent, forward to Kingston necessary,

almost a disaster to the Union forces, provedto than double ours, while we have over eighteen: of last Saturday, has renewed his request and from there will be sent to Goldsboro as
hundred prisoners them about for a military convention to agree
among forty uponterms fast as possible.THE .
be a decided success, for the 9th Corps recaptured officers. .. for a cessation of hostilities. Cis said

: their lost Fort, driving the rebels I The works on both sides were lined I 1 acknowledged that, on account of the ARMIES CONCENTRATED AT GOLDSBORO.

from it before they could remove or destroyits soldiers watching the proceedings. hcutting of his communications, the scarcity of Generals Sherman Schofield and
supplies-in Richmond and the Terry are
formidable
,
present
guns. The rebels also succeeded in getting + gj combinations now all at Goldsboro, although Terry's for-
Grand Council of War at City Point. : against him, further military
possession of Battery No. 11, immediately on [Washington Correspondent of the New York Herald.] 1 1i efforts on his part must be useless. It is i ces have advanced some distance beyond,
and will
the left of Fort Steedman, but were soon WASHINGTON, )March, 29, 1865. 1J understood that General Sherman's plan for the enemy.exercise Terry a vigilent met with watchfulness no oppositionin over -
off General
forced to relinquish it The rebel loss in The visit of}Ir. Lincoln to Fortress Monroe J from cutting all available Johnston's of rebel army his advance, but made some valuable cap-

front of this Corps alone was nearly five and General Grant's headquarters is now be and that General sources supply are com tures of locomotives and cars. Schofield received
Grant's
plete
] movement will t
lieved here to have much more significancethan
a welcome from the citizens
hearty
thousand, losing nineteen hundred prisoners first was at attached to it. It has been of Goldsboro, very few leaving the town.-
alone. or come out and risk an '
'Cn
Bement
the occasion of a personal interview between
The valiant editor of the Goldsboro Journal
The Second and Sixth Corps, however, him and General Sherman, and a council of I i ii In view of all in these matters, many well informed was among the first to depart. The ladies,
I people Washington are
taking advantage of the attention the rebels war, in which the President and Gens. Grant, i that before President Lincoln's return sanguine from particularly, gave our boys the best of cheer.
Sherman and Sheridan
participated. The The burned about one thousand bales
enemy
were giving to the of Fort Steedmam i
capture conference w3.evidently in regard to pendinmilitary agreed of cotton before leaving, having previously
pushed forward their forces and succeeded in operations, as immediately after the i compelled owners in the country to bring it
i the rebellion be ended. Another matter of
not only capturing one of the main rebel lines council broke up a general movement of the in and store it in the town.
/ army of General Grant in front of Richmondwas apparently some significance is the fact; that
in their front, but also captured some three begun. Secretary Seward also left Washington for .

thousand prisoners. The rebels made several General Sherman came to this interview in City Point last night. Thirteenth and Sixteenth Army Corps.

attempts to retake their lines, but were repulsed cognito. The fact of his coming was knownto Another engagement took place hi the Army GENERAL ORDERS-NO. 28.
few in his own army, and to none at Fortress of the Potomac on last Monday morning, WAR DEPABnlClT, AWCTJLXT GESEBAL'S OFFICE, \
with terrible slaughter; they again on Monroe, except those who met him in which, though confined to a small portion of WA8HDTGTOK, Feb. 26, 18M. j '

the.27th made a desperate attempt to repos the council. He returned last night to Gold the line, and of short duration, was of quite a .. The Thirteenth and Sixteenth army corps

sess their lost line, in front of the Sixth Corps, boro, via Wilmington, accompamed by Brevet serious character, at least for the rebels. A haVing been reorganized by Major General
General party of them,who pretended that they wished Canby, by direction of the President, Major
Brigadier the United
Dodge
but on States
,
our troops had had possession too long General Gordon is
steamer Bat. to desert, were allowed to approach the national Granger assigned to the
and know how to use the spade too well tallow 0 I I RUMORED PEACE lines, when they made a fierce attack on the command of the former, and Major General

them to retake it It has now been The delay of the President NEGOTIATIONS.at City Point has front of one division of the Sixth corps, just A. J. Smith to the latter, their assignments .

made one of the Union main lines. To offset given a color of probability to the rumor in before daybreak, for the purpose of recovering to date from February 18.
order of
l their advanced works from By
which
they
circulation in
to the
this the rebels have regard renewal of peace
gained nothing.A negotiations. An officer of the were driven on Saturday. The assault was SECRETARY OF WAR.

. battle is reported to have taken place between who arrived here to-day, brings government the positive, so sudden and furious that the Sixth corps E. D. TOWNSEND, Apst. Adjt. General. I -

Gen. Sherman's forces and Gens.Johnson information that the rebel General Lee has, troops were at first forced back; but they instantly '

Bragg, and "Hardee's forces, at A verys- since the battle of Saturday last, renewed his !i and recovered ralliedrepulsed and maintained the enemy their on all points, From Mobile,
boro request,preferred through Generals Longstreetand captured From the N. Orleans Independent, March 17.
situated on the Cape Fear River, about ground. The rebel loss the short
during fightwas
Ord for
a military convention to settle A in whom
I lady, implicit confidence is
forty miles south of Raleigh, which resultedin matters and agree upon terms of a cessation of i heavy, while that of the ixth corps was placed, and who arrived here last week,"direct -
The entire first line of
slight. rebel
a decided Union victory. Gen. Sherman hostilities and the establishment of peace. It very : from Mobile, states that when she left
: works captured by the Second and Sixth
with his array was at Goldsboro is represented that General Lee has expressedthe corpson .that city all appearances indicated that it #
restingand that he last Saturday is still held by them, and has
equiping, for further movements.The main opinion in Richmond cannot much longer re been rendered so strong that any effort of the was being evacuated by the rebel troops. r
on account of the scarcity Information has since been received here
Fight Before Petersburg of supplies, caused by the destruction of the enemy for its recovery must prove futile.. which would seem to the opinion.
At the point where the James River Canal and in The loss of the rebels JDM Saturday,in killed, justify
enemy charged, the ; view of the tremendous The report of its evacuation is also creditedby
wounded and prisoners in their attack the
main lines are one hundred and combinations against him it would ; on the
fifty yardsapart military authorities here. It matters
Ninth alone is estimated five
the ground between be madness to attempt outsideof corps at thous- little
being level and any movement very whether Mobile be evacuated or
-
and. Gen. Grant in his official order states
free from obstructions his defences. He ,
except the abatis in therefore deems a continuance not; whenever the federals want the city
front of the works of each side. At this place of the contest aj seless and criminal that over nineteen hundred of, them were capture they'll march,on it and take possession.,
firing between the waste of life and blood. at this point. To offset this they gained F
pickets has been almostcontinuous \ The Richmond The heavy guns up the bay are still heard "
nothing. claim
and scarcely a day without It will be remembered that the papers only at all hours of
passes request previously that five hundred Union soldiers ; the day, and a courier just in
least.two or three being wounded on our side at made for a military convention was admit that no were carried were off.capturedand Gen. reports that the rebels have been driven from ..
declined General guns
by Grant: only because he three batteries.We .
This part of the line has been occupied by was not then clothed with authority to .treaton Grant says that in all the engagements of Saturday are in, almost hourly expectation of ,
the lines
along hundred
Ihe Third brigade of the First division of any other than purely twenty-eight
the military subjects. receiving the order to advance. Transportation i
.
rebel soldiers and ten rebel battle
with corps, Gen. McLaughlin Now the President is at his side and flags were
commanding. can confer has been cut down to the smallest
captured. Both Gen. Lee's official
He has often expressed his ability to break upon him all the authority requisite for the despatchand limit possible. .
through the lines convention the Richmond journals admit that the at .
enemy's here and proposed.It .
only -
yes .. .
tack the Ninth .
on failure.
was a r
terday he showed how it could be done to is known that both the President and our corps
wme visitors, who were inspecting tqe works. leading military officers are anxious to secure .. Trade With Rebel States. .'
This morning four divisions of the enemy the whole of the rebel armed forces in Virginia [From the New York. Herald, March 29.J] The bill to repeal the section of the act
were massed in the and North Carolina The Fight of the 19th inst. which provides for the
rear of their line, under for to scatter them appointment agents
the command of Gen. Terry! who was ap into a multitude of guerilla bands in the NEWBERN, N. C. March 24, 1865. to purchase cotton and other products of insurrectionary -

pointed to lead the charge. These troops conlSt.ed mountain districts would greatly- prolong the An attack was made upon the ,20th, ,corps 'States was not vetoed by the

Bushrod Johnson's,Walker's, a war. A proposition to surrender these forces on,Sunday, the 19th, in the vicinity of Ben- President, and Gues' divisions, of Gen. Gordon's co rps.ilawill unquestionably elicit from Mr. Lincoln tonsville, nearly thirty miles southwest of his signature, which amounts to about,the }:

At five A. )[. the charge was made,and the liberal concessions on the part of the government Goldsboro. It\is represented by,,those who same;thing-namely, its failure to become.a; ,J

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.. ,j, hitherto, nlab a ttf maintain a certain' deb BAILING 1>-' OF THE, REBfil.' STEAMERSaturday Fzl; .- ?town was thrown into quite
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1 U l.nru lt f 1ngff gree of :t style 1 now nnd themselves.< unable/I\-I. ST.c. j.ARYS. an 4 excitement* It about\ nine o'clock on Sunday s

g / .even:;withthe prosperity they have. enjoyed. 1 'On TOprnirig, marcn18th. ,, Co'.}. morning last, by the alarm of fire, which

r tle, of the 34th U. S. C. T;, with; small }proved to,be in a building occupied by Mrs

JACKSONVILLE,M3 PAIL J8 65.COMMENCEME11T' : 'force consisting of 375 men of'his own regiment -
: .... '. em anon_ .ins tsad of diffusing itself abbuijthe Torbet, and adjoining the one burned a short
.' =--: : :-:-;:;:: 50 of the 35th 15 of the 4th"Mass CavalrY
+- time All
J ..I. -. country has since the war been retained more t ago. thc"fumiture was saved, but
: OF A REACTION.<< : and 40 men of the Engineer Corps, left the
j
building was entirely consumed. The'fire
in New York and other cities on the Atlantic.
The New York for the last few
4 Jacksonville
papers to the ground contiguous
coast. The war by absorbing the energies, occupy ; was the result of accident.
weeks have contained many communications, to where the rebel steamer St. Marys was'last I .. .
the inventive genius, the capital of the country -
causing various editorial remarks the increase
on sunk and to construct such earthworks as
retarded the of The [From the Lake City Colombian. the .6th.]
has pursuits
t of rents in that city. Not a few de- peace. ; '
while
would make it easy to hold the position Death of Governor Milton. -
homes] has not kept with
'! nunciations indulged in against what are providing pace the wreckers under the direction of Captain On Sunday last, our community shocked -"

termed the unreasonable extortions of land the increase of population.! The country has Bennett were making arrangements to raise by the announcement that his Excellency
full for/ifs confined limits. Gov. John Milton '
become too had
died'by his own own
I lords. Human nature is about the
sameeverywhere the boat. A few hours sufficed to construct
'
< But the worst-teaction will be when the hand, on the first irist., [at his home, near "
and New York city is certainly formidable fortifications and get several gunsin Marianna. .

not an exception. In no city in the United war suddenly... ceases to absorb the industry position served by detachments of the 3d It has been known for some weeks past
of the country until it shall be again absorbedby that he had been
States is the worship of the Almighty dollar U. S. C. T. A bridge was also constructed suffering from mental disease -
I the peaceful pursuits. Murmurings\ against but we had not supposed it to be serious t
carried on to the extent that it is there. Nor i connecting the two banks of the creek which ,
and certainly not such attack
extortionate landlords will not avert the evil. an as could
are landlords the only ones who kDe l before is here 130 yards wide. A road was also hurry him to the dread resort by which, he

its shrine. As the first of May\ approaches it The limits must be extended to allow the made through the swampy ground on the ended his life while still in the discharge of

calls to mind the necessity of seeking a dom- population to expand. The South presentsan west side of the creek which enabled Col. M- his duties as Executive of the State. The

icil for the Of landlords inviting field to those desiring to escape particulars we have not learned, but it is
1I: ensuing course -
year.
to readily concentrate his forces and artillery known that he committed suicide
by shooting
the impending evils of a reaction. It offers
I finding the demand for I houses to be on either'side. The necessary materials:: hav- himself.

greater will increase the price in proportion. equal inducements to the capitalist and the ing arrived on Monday, the 20th, the men in --- ---. ... h-.. '.

"I .. To persons of limited means this is a serious : laborer. We trust that the policy of the goVr employ of Capt. Bennett were all busy by Great Fire In...Rhode Island. ,

consideration. It is very natural that complaints I eminent will be to open the country occupied Tuesday putting..the boat in condition to be PROVIDENCE, R. L, March 18.The burn-

: and murmurings should be made, but by its forces as speedily as possible, to let the cleared of water. The arrangements were loss ing of of the Arctic Mills, last night, involved a
$330,000. They were insured for
is it than could! be competition be to all, to give all possi-
? There
more expected open
1 completed and the pumps at work at 0)o'clock, 22o,000. The capacity the :Mills was twen-

t are many things suggested to relieve the people encouragement to individual pursuits.By A. :M.: March' 30th,und in four hours her hull ty-four thousand .spindles, employing four

: from the oppressive burden, but still the this course the burden of the national began to show itself: and before dark :she: was hundred..,.._.,--__hands._..._
t and debt will be more equalized the force of the I ------ --- -
complaints murmurings do not cease. ,
,. entirely cleared of water and moved some little 3IARRIAGES.In .
''A Similar causes of complaint exist elsewhere. impending crash greatly diminished, and the distance below towards the mouth of the -
( sad traces of the effaced. Jacksonville, on Thursday March 30th, by Rev.
g l It has been the remark-even the boast- war more speedily
., creek. The wind blowing hard it was not J. S. Swaim, Mr. Samuel J. Wells to Miss Sidney Howard -
that the North did not feel the but ---- w.---- ,both of Duval Co.
war
on
,
JEFF. DAVIS AND HIS COXGRESS. deemed prudent to attempt to get out till the By the same, April 6th, William H. Spencer, of the
the contrary was enjoying greater prosperity A pretty sure indication of the speedy next evening. At the distance of a mile from 4th Mass. Cavalry, to Miss Jane P. Turner, of Duval Co. ',
By the same, April 6th, Mr. Warren M. Wood, to =
than ever before. New York particularly overthrow of the Southern Confederacy, is where she was raised a detention three or four Miss Almira Wells, both of Duval Co.
-' has been cited LS an instance of that fact. hours occurred By the same, on the 6th, Mr. John L. Hewitt to
clearly shown in the stormy closing scenes by running into a log and still Mrs. Keziah Gardner both of Duval Co.BlockadeRunning .
How much real benefit the mass of the people of their After further down
Congress. appointing a committee some delay was experienced in

from this extraordinary of three to wait upon the Presidentand getting her through the shallow water near at Wilmington.An .

prosperity was not mentioned. It did not inquire if he had any further need of the mouth of the creek, but on Monday\ she official statement of the results of black-

I occur to many that a prosperity at a time l their services, the -rebel Senate adjourned came over and is now at one of our docks and ade-running at the port of Wilmington from

when the nation was incurring an enormous sine die; with only a few words of encouragement being rapidly put in condition for business. January, 1863, to December, 1864, appears in

I: debt to crush a gigantic rebellion might be from Jeff. to the effect that they The slight injury to her wood work will soon the tures Manchester made by English Guardian.capitalists The and total ven-

"I followed by a reaction. That a thoughtless might "reach their homes in safety." The be repaired and her machinery now looks almost lators, counting the values of ships and specu-ear-

( extravagance while the existence of the nation gloom, however was somewhat dispelledby as bright as new. goes, amounted to more than sixty-six millions -

gfas in imminent peril would be follow_ criminations and re-criminations from .The St. Mary's was built at Wilmington, of dollars (13,341,000)). The returnsare

ed by poverty never seemed to be thought of. Del., by Messrs.\Harlan & made is six different tables, covering various -
Congress to Jeff., and vice versa. Hollingsworth,in periods, the shortest being ten months.
f The fact that the burden of the national debt In the first place he throws upon his Congress 1856 and 7, under the superintendence of her The general results are as follows :

must be borne by each and every individual, the weight of their recent military Captain, J. Freeborn, for the Savannah and The quantity of cotton exported from Wil-

and that it behoved them to practice economy Florida Steam mington in twenty-two months (January 1,
J { disasters and the hopelessness of the Confed- Ship Company, and intendedto
rather than indulge in was 1863, to October 81, 1864,)was 137,937 balesor
extravagance because of their actions in run the inland from Savannah
'. eracy, diliatory passage to 52,860,463 pounds, of which the, larger
I. not reverted to. Now that the time for passing measures for recruiting their armies Pilatka, on the St. John's River. Her hull part was Sea I ILtnd. The closing of the port

I \ boasting of the prosperity of the country for by raising negro troops ; while his Congress, is iron, and has two independent horizontal Wilmington thus cuts off a source of huge
Ii effect on the rebels and nations rebel profits.
; foreign ]has
unable to bear such a burden,justify them Engines., The value of the
gone by, it might be well to look at things as selves I She made her first river I export and import trade
that this
by of
saying such a step required appearance Wilmington ill one. year (July 1, 1863, to
:;; they arc. practically. important deliberation before being acted in 1857, and was placed 'on the above mentioned June 30, 1864,) was $65,185,000( ) ; the rebel

Four years: ago when the Southern States upon, and only done so, not from any adviceof route, and continued to'run, doing avery f government rating exchange at live for one.
one after another seceded, and their commercial and.. I The total number ot vessels which ran the
; Jeff but from the earnest recommendation ; large successful business untill 61, blockade in tifteei months October
( 1, 1863,
r relations ceased
there was a general.prostration of Gen. Lee, as their .last resort, and only when the route was broken by blockadersand to December 31, 1864,) was 897.
of business at the North. New York other Yankee The amount of
: hope of saving the Confederacy. inconveniences.The average capital invested by

Thousandsofpeople Next, they .declare that all measures. recommended day,March 3d:/62, that the U. S. threes' Englishmen in. trading ventures with Wilmington
during a period of fifteen months
were thrown of ,
out
''I, .employment? by Davis were adopted, such as; took, possession of Fernandina St. Mary'sleft : (October 1, 1863, to December 31, 1864,) is

oppression causeJTjby the I creating the office of Commander'- u-G hitf, that point with cannon' add ammunition I I stated in detail as follows :
closing of the Then II .
Mississippi. the war with better of for St. Johns river, and when the forces I Total.
prospect managing military took I Entranced: tllf
broke out in all its This I : araiicr s. Venture*
fury. impetus
gave an affairs, &c.;hut complain bitterly at the manner I possession of Jacksonville, she was taken up 203 194 397
to business. Annies must be Ships at f15OW each...!3 045,000 L2,91tOW 5,955,000
equippedand in which exemption.laws. passed by them to Dunn's Lake and sunk. Gen. Wright had Cargoes-Inw'd ( 12,000),
supplied. Ships must be built and fur I Outward f 25.000).2.436,000 4, 5OOO, 7,286,000
; have been disregarded. They claim that, all preparations made to'raiFe her when the

nished. ['his'together :with the enlistments according to the measures passed by them orders to evacuate this place was received : TotaL. ." . .. (.5,481,000 !7,760,000 13.241,000
I
furnished
employment to the
unemployed. only some nine thousand professional men from General. Hunter. After the U. S. forces '-'- -.-

Money began to circulate again. It soon,become subject to military duty were exempt, while: left, the vessel was bought and sold to va- 'I ho LaW Freshet,
evident that the rebellion was a thing IPUrGlIlEEP, March 18.-One mile and
through Executive clemency there has been rious parties ; and finally, after some seven '
:. that could not. be crushed in. a ,day-that a.half] of the Hudson river railroad track, in
drawn from the army, in details,fcc. without months of labor and law, :she was raised, of Schodack is
be ? the vicinity washed away,
might
years required to it
accomplish their sanction\ or knowledge, nearly twenty- and altered, by having her guards and cabin and the ('Oll1panhln, issued an order suspending -

Then the ardor of the people began, to abate, three thousand men, which are much need- removed,'and loaded with cotton to run the the running of all down trains.

y Business again began to droop. Then) camel ed at (the present time. blockade<. but the vigilence of the I,'. S.!Gun- Up train convey: their passengers to Albany -
the issue of Meanwhile the via the the lludson and Berkshire road.
paper money. But the unkindest cut of all," is their boats blockading the river, prevented her F'tTF"'AI.ol'Inrcb' 18.-\Ve lcarn.this mornLig -

Government put fortlrits energies to- prosecuting version of the finances of the Confederacy, making a successful attempt to run out.On .- from i Rochester, that the Central Railroad

the war. The inventive genius of the of bridge was! s wept away ]last night. It is
there being a slight difference of over four re-occupation this place by the U. reported -
the country was turned in that direction. that three men were drowned thereby.The .
hundred millions of dollars, according to S. forces in February 7th 64, she was run up
water i h. three feet deep in the Arcade
for
Large contracts equipping and supplyingthe Davis last message to them, and their version.It Cedar Creek lR miles distant, tho cottoii un- building at Rochester, preventing ingress or

garni}y and navy continued to beg given out. being, however, too deep for Congress loaded and she again sunk, where she remained egress. .

The procuring and manufacturing these supplies to fathom they concluded to. compromise by untill recently raised by Capt. Bennett. All the lower portion of Hoe-hester i is under -

N, equipments other necessary articles s adopting ]his pet measure, empowing him to; .The first arrival of the St. Mary's at water, and the damage most enormous.:
There i is no communication iiom
'
one
for carrying on the war .by continuing to seize twenty-five per cent of,ajl\1 the gold in this place was the source'91"a npueli:excitement of the city to the other. ThcJ)papers are part un-

give employment for nearly all the. mechanical the Southern Cpnfederacy, be. it in the vaultsof and wonder here, :\-r\Yn: the first arrival able to publish the water having\.\tinguished -
,j 1 trades necessarily kept other business! o'fthe in'New the lire
: banks, safes of corporations, or in the Great .Eastern: York, to .

brisk. As this\ kinjl of demand increased, so pockets of private individuals If Davis the Gothamites, as she was by' tar the finest There of Uticaas i* no! yet.telegraphic;] communicationeast

in proportion business..in this'way increased. shoidc1] \ succeed. in getting thi, he .wilj no Steamer ever ]in this river. She was visitedby The injuries ty tin Erie road} txteover- .

In this way theiprosperity of the North: has I doubt use it, not tor tho purpose of obtaining the entire population( all. of whom were_ a distance of one hundred miles, mostly) east

been rather benefitted by the war-that is ,! of Hbrnellsville.
\.pplies.for Lee'army, as he .cleverly rep-, pleased, many astonished, at her magnificent
The Lake Shore road i U
benefitted for the time being. _.1Jfot:' a JUt, !; regents; but,to divide between himself and appearence;
t lion to continue to prosper in that way is as' !;, accomplices and, then flee to )Mexico with 'state-rooms: and cabin called forth PA., Much 18.-The most destructive -

t-.: impracticable as the invention of a machine \ their ill-gotten gain, leaving behind him the general : (. I lirutjm. The npnohterv J U" ;and Hood. ever known<<; in these parts is

to run by perpetual motion. t\]ready the re ; tasteful now raging on the norili\ye. t branch of the
curses; of his victims, who have, been swindled) ( :appointments l of'the. saloons and t railroad1'
Susqueliunnu. The is submerged,
benefit' :I. of all they possess, by his ''proII ices to j.av', rooms were furnished at the large establishment and all myth &uspendfd. All the hridgeson

the people have derived I Contractors have! one year after a treaty of peace with the I of Thomas Cloward, Esq., of Wilmington the went 'branch., as tar WilliamVport., is

.. r made princely:fortunes by,the. war and are 1 Southern Confederacy ', Del.'J .u .c success: and(i 'reputation .in "oIie. -'.

enabled to luxuriate in .. ---+ ...-! ...'- -_:.. that line is acknowledged} whereever steamboats The LuckiiWiinuH ttu l t Bluom :wrg: road is
Dian '
PnO .- "r. L. M. Atst under water iu some'piuivs ten f( .-t: 'The.
:. of them were born and lr poverty now OTIoN.-Cnlt.- Burger, : known t
are half of Danville::, under WUWf.\e\. i river
being, suddenly} eley/ited to wealth can,, live in : Adjt. General, has been- promoted, to the I She'l : .been, buT i' little. ttamagyd.. by lien] rapidly rising. '
1 rank of Major This is a 't deserved rerogn'r j I "" ._ _
stately 4II
a style.of splendor,;; t1Iey4an occupy ? l longVimmersiou, and will soon, under the '. '
housesJno (matter 'what]. the expense be.1 tion.of, long and meritorious. ser.vie(, :. 'All'who .ldvit'l.s from t'the }1':1st i in :1i i'I.r' 'tnl(1"1.o ,ad-
: direction of Capt. G. 1). Hart, Chief' [ Quarter* '
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They'are able to afford it. Hence landlordsare > have had official relations with.:MnjorBurger I \ vtluc M'rt ;giu t-iii t>tI'l h! > t to i.r: i*. 1 I.ejituiiiinderofiY. : ;;
i muster of this District i iu> ? ready. lily service the Su1J.I -
The f = I tIn- ,t.a-tlUf V>oiu..ui tIlt l l\u1W., t''
raise their rent people t
enabled to r
in (terms of his '
moderate incomes, snlared men who have speak warm urbanity in his D and courteous bearing lit-t'u tao: ;'H.

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Important 'Decision. I Annual Report of the Secretary of War. as military directorin> charge of the military notice, unless time and notice be waived by the Secretary

THE RED BITER COTTON-THE LAW OF PRIZE. The:annual report of the Secretary Stan' railroads. .He-has; > 'organised> hnftmC1entcon- I I Istrnction of the Treasury;and'the Secretary of the 'Treasury -

'ton, dated March 1st, has just appeared., Its 1 corp provided jrolBng tock for gix ma1'tncrea the interest on deposits at less than "
The United States Supreme Court' has per centum to that rate, 01", on ten days notice to
publication was delayed in order to give which it was necessary to make;'onerous c de= ; depositor. *, may,diminish tbe rate of interest aw the pub- (
International
decided a case involving interesting ,General Grant an opportunity to finish hissummary man'ds'upon th 'manufactures/'of the _loyal lic interest may require ;' but the aggregate of sash deposits -
and municipal questions ini "the I shall not exceed one hundred and fifty millions
of
of the military operations the states 'Already .thousand
of miles of railroad of dollars:and the Secretary ot the Treasury
United States Issue
law of It was that the may ,,
prize. bales ofrcot,', past year ; but the activity of the present havebeenoperated. by, this'.,Department, In' arid shall fold in reserve for'pyment such deposits. 1

appallent, against seventy-two' 'campaign demands the General's unceasing connection with the movements 'of the ar- United States notes not exceeding fifty millions, *dollars -

ton Elizabeth Alexander being,the claimant ) attention and"the report appears without his mies. including the amount already appliedin such pay ,
from the Southern District t ment and the United States notes held in
-on appeal ; so reserve
Court of Illinois which had awarded the record. Mr. Stanton says that" the militaryevents The telegraph has continued to be a most shall be used only when needed, in his judgment, for

of the year have' been officially pub efficient and 'Valuable aid to' [military opera the prompt payment of such deposits on demand and

restitution to her. This was a test case, involving i lished by the Department from time to timeas tions. 'Six thousand five hundred, miles of. shall be withdrawn and placed again in reserve as the ,
all the cotton valued : amount of shall
at. deposits again increase.
$2,000,000 '
captured by the during the Red River, i iexpeditin. they occurred, and are fully known in military telegraph-have been-.in orperation, SEC.: 5. And be further, enacted. That the Secretaryof
navy
every branch of this government and throughout of which three thousand miles have been constructed I the Treasury may issue notes of the fraction of a ...

The cotton was claimed by the : the civilized world. They constitute a during thc'year. Abbdt one thous- :j J dollar as now used for currency, in.such form, with "
navy as lawful prize of war, on the general series of and I such inscriptions, and with safegurds against counterteitin'g -
successful marches and battles persons have been
ground of beligerent rights-that part of. sieges employed in this work. I j as he may judge best,and provide for the engraving .
claimed attesting the endurance and courage of Thel'l -are 190 military hospitals, with a and'preparation, and for the issue of the _
Louisana being as the enemy's coun- i the soldiers of the United States, and the gallantry capacity of 120,521 beds. same, as" well as of all other notes and bonds! and otherobtfgation's

try. The cotton was taken on land at various and military skill of their commander The enrolment lists,November 1 contained ,and shall make such regulations for the :
distances from the water, teams having been redemption of said fractional notes and other notes '
unrivalled 8,784,226
in the history of nations. names.Enrolment .
sent out to gather it. The claimant toot the L when mutilated or defaced, and for the receipt of said ;If
The report presents a brief sketch of the and draft expenses last year fractional notes in payment of debts to the United

amnesty oath under the proclamation of the military establishment, omitting the exact amounted to $4,016,728. States, except for customs, in such sums, not over five

President, although she had taken no part in strength of the forces now ndner arms. The Over 136,000 veteran soldiers dollars, as may appear to him expedient ; and it is
re-enlisted
the rebellion. hereby declared that all laws and parts of law. applicable
"The several following are the principal facts set forth : for three years, in the fall of 1863. Deserters to the fractional notes engraved and issued as here-
occupied days.
argument Twenty-one depots are established in the and stragglers,arrested last year numbered in authorized, apply equally and with like force to all
Assistant Attor- "
! The Attorney-General, the the fractional notes heretofore authorized whether
principal states for collecting and forwarding 89,392. The veteran
; ney-General"and Charles Barnes, of Washington 764 reserve corps numbers known as postage currency, or otherwise, and to post
officers
to regiments volunteers substitutes and officers
the and 28,738 men. age-atamps issued as currency ; but the whole amoun
represented government
f William of Illinois counselfor drafted men. The Veteran Reserve corps The supply of animals has been at the rate of all descriptions of notes or stamps less than one dollar -
N. was
Springer, has been of much service in guarding these tpf bout five hundred per day, which is also issued as currency, shall not exceed filly millions of
the claimant. The court, through Chief- dollars.
depots, and escorting detachments to their the average rate of their destruction. The SEC. o. And tx it
Justice Chase, decided that there could be no further enacted, That the coupon and
seizure prize of war'of private regiments. There are also six special depotsfor cavalry of the Army of the Potomac was registered bonds shall he in such form and bear such 11
as
by
property recruits enlisted in rebel states by agents twice remounted during the first eght months inscriptions as the Sucretary of the Treasury may direct
the navy on the inland waters of the United from loyal states. of the present The and shall be signed by the register of the treasury,or for
States, or on the land since the acts of Con- year. production of the register,by such person or persons!" as may be specially th?
of 1861 1862, 1863 and 1864 and that Boards of examination have been kept up country seems to be able to bear the immense designated tor that purpose by the Secretary of the

gress ; to inquire into causes of absence from duty drain upon its horses and mules and the Treasury, and shall' boar, as evidence of lawful issue
therefore this ,
property was not in that view and offences stock : the imprint of the seal of the Treasury Department, to
alleged by officers. The effecthas judging from the current ,
lawful of But the prices irivesno be made
prize war. court thoughtthe under the direction of the Secretary of the .
been to diminish 'the number of signs of exhaustion
property should have been ..turned over cases or diminution. i Treasury, in a room set apart especially and exclusively
1 published and referred to the boards to three for that under the of
to the officers as captured abandoned ----- -- ------ purpose, taro some person app -
treasury or --- --- -
hundred and sixty-four for eleven months I lured directly hy him. And the coupons attached to'such
property under the act of March 12, whereas before their from ; LOSrONVEDNESDAY! FIFTH bonds shall beta the engraved signature of the

1863. This act prescribes the means by organization, one ., .\&U CROSS, register of the treasury, and such other device or safe t
I hundred to .two hundred were reported the finder will he suitably rewarded bv leaving tat guard against counterfeiting the secretary may approve I
monthly for absence without leave alone. this:; office. ig : aud it is hereby declared that all bonds heretofore -

The status of the ---- ---------- ------- | ] issued, bearing the signature of the register: ,
chaplains to be ----
The court also held that the possession of the seems [OFFICIAL.] shall have the same force, effect and validity if

Red River county was temporary and not misunderstood. From the wording of the UF THE UNITED signed also! l.y the treasurer, ana all bonds bearing the
to act of April 9, 1864, section 1, it is thoughtby LAWS STATES. ,. signature or the register, erroneously described! a* ;
long enough secure rights of property to that SKll AT'THK FIRST hKSPIO.V; OF TIlt: treasurer of the United States, nhall have the satiie force f'
some chaplains a new rank betweenthe
the citizens of that part of Lousiana and that effect, validity if his official
of and THII TY.EIUHTII (;OXGIE S. as designation had been
the election then held in the Red River coup grades major captain is intended --- correctly stated : and all coupons bearing the engraved i

was not and conferred for them. This is supposed to be an error signature of the register ot the treasury' in office at the
try legal no rights. I RAI'TE
CLIXII. '
out of the of the .time when such signatures were authorized and
growing use term "surgeon"m An Act to provide Ways antI Means fur the engraved -
of the
- f-- -- support shall have lull .force, validity, and effect, notwithstanding -
the
., act, instead of" medical officer. The Government, and for other Purpose such

itlorkmle Rimer to be Bnnished. former assimilated rank of chaplains, in reference Be. it enacted ty the Xr.n-itt. arul Ifmixe of Rrpretentatiwsof ceased to hold office as register such, when may issued have subsequently connection i '
the Untied Matt 'of America in (.'(Jngre.($ assembled with the bonds
to allowance of and duly authorized and
signed for
WAR DEPARTMENT STATE quarters pay That the of the { by or
OF / Secretary be
'I" Treasury and he is hereby: the successor or successors of said rpster.td the
WASHINGTON, March 14, 1865. )j" proper, was captain, and such should now authorized to borrow, fiora time to: time, on the creditof treasury notes and United States notes authorized by
the
be their rank. United States, four hundred millions of dollars, this act shall be in
The President directs that all persons who and to issue therefor such form as the Secretary of the -

now are or hereafter shall be found withiu Over two hundred flags captured from the United States!, redeemable coupon at or the registered pleasure bonds of the of the Treasury shall direct, and shall bear the written or engraved -

the limits of the United States, and who have rebels have Been; received, properly labelled, after any period not less than five, nor more government and the signatures register of of the the treasury treasurer, and of shall the United have States ;

been engaged in holding intercourse or trade and deposited for safe keeping. than thirty, years, or, if deemed expedient, made pay upon them such statements, showing the amount printed of accrued -
Medals of'honor have been awarded in able at any period not more than forty :years from elate. or accruing interest
numerous and the character of thee
with the insurgents by sea, if they are citi Aud said bonds shall be of such denominations.
as th notes, as the
zens of the United States or domiciled aliens, instances to privates and noncommissioned Secretary of the Treasury shall direct.not less than and .hall bear Secretary, as a further of the evidence Treasury of lawful)"prescribe issue,; -

be arrested and held prisoners of war untilthe officers for gallant services. The fifty dollars, and bear an annual interest not exceeding the imprint of the seal of the Treasury Department, to -
plan of and silver medals six per centum, payable semi.annually in coin. And be made ,
war shall close, subject, nevertheless, to awarding gold to the Secretary of the Treasury I under the direction of the Secretary of the
officers instead of brevets to certain may dispose of such Treasury, as before directed.
a extent t tis
trial and conviction for bonds or thereof
prosecution, any any part and of any bonds commonly'known Sc.7. "
And
bf. it further en offence committed by them as spies or otherwise commended to notice. It should not su- as five twenties remaining unsold,in the United of the Treasury is hereby authorized to issue, ,

against the laws ot war. pin eTCede the conferring of brevet, especially States, or it he shall find it expedient in'Europe,'at any such terms and nnder such regulations as ho may upon from .

The President further directs that all cases where such rank might be exercised for time lawful, on such terms as he may deem most *advisable, time to time prescribe, registered bonds iu exchange '
non of the United
States
money or at his discre
for, and in lieu of .
in commands. any coupon bonds which have been
resident foreigners who now are, or hereafter high tion, for treasury notes, certificates of ebtedness, or or may hereafter be lawfully issued such

shall be, found in the United States, and I The supplies produced during the past fiscal And certificates all of deposit issued under any act of congress bond to be similar in all respects;to the registered registered .
year include 1,750 pieces of ordnance bouds, treasury notes, and other obligation's bonds issued under the acts the '
who have been or shall have been engaged in tha United State shall be from authorizing issue
violating the blockade of the insurgent ports artillery carriages and caissons; x)2,5) ; 25 under state or municipal authority.exempt taxation by or of mutilatedl tho coupon:'defaced bonds indorsed offered for, exchange. And for all

shall leave the United States within twelve:: small arms, 794,055 sets of' acoutrements and SEC. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the Secretary presented to the department coupon the Secretary or other of bond the -

harness, 1,674,244 projectiles for cannon' 12 of the Treasury may issue on the credit of tbei United Treasury IB authorized 'i .
days from the publication of this order, or States, in lieu of to sue. upon terms and under
an equal amount of
740,146 pounds of bullets and lead $ bonds a>Ythorif ed regulations as aioresaid, and in substitution
,409,400 therefor
from their subsequent arrival in the United,, ; by the preceding section, and as a part of said'loannot other bonds of like or equivalent issues.

States, if on the Atlantic side, and for thirty',' pounds of gunpowder, 169,490,029'car 'exceeding two hundred millions 01 dollars, in treasury: SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary

on the Pacific side of the country. And days, tridges for small arms. These are 'complete notes of any denomination uot less than ten -doflarsi; of the Treasury is hereby authorized and required to -
'
pa'able time .
'articles, rn'addition' to the'large quantities at any not exceeding-three: y sage from t.+ake and issue from time to time, such instructus.
such persons shall not return to the UnitedStates date, or, it thought more expedient,redeemable at any rules
and regulation the .several
to
, of the same kind of f collectors receiverydeptt4tarie
during the continuance of the ".ar. supplies partially time alter three years from'date/-and bearing-interes I ':,4'officer9audbtberirivh6'ayireceiye,

Provost Marshals and Marshals of the made up at the arsenals. not exceeding the rate of seven or three tenths pet:cen treasury*notes, United States notes, or other securities ,

United States will arrest and commit to military -:; The ordnance supplies 'furnished to the tum discretion, payable of in the lawful secretary money at-maturity", tit the iu behalf of the United States, or who may be in any
': service during the fiscal ; seml-annuaUy.And r..th e way engaged or employed in the preparation und issue ,
include
all such offenders military year said .
custody as shall disregard treasury notes may be disposed of by;!the Sttrre- of the same, as he shall deem best calculated to .
this order, whether they have pass 1,141 pieces of ordnance, 1,896 artillery' carriages tar>' of the Treasury, on the best terms thatfcan- be'ob: the public convenience and security, and to protect promote the '!I

ports or not, and they will be detained in.: and caissons, 455,910small; ( arms, 502-,* made rained, for lawful money ; and such them-'as""shall be United States, as well as individuals, from fraud and :
payable
principal interest
a at maturity, shall loss.
'
such custody until the end ,of the war, or until 044 sets of accoutrements and harness, 1,913- be a legal tender td,the same extent as United States Set' 9. And
be -
dischaged by subsequent order of the 753 projectiles for cannon 7,624,685. poundsof notes for their face Value, excluding interest, *nd may expenses of enjrraving itfariJe, printing> enacted, preparing, That the and necessary ", ,
issuing
President. bullets and lead, 164,549 rounds artillery be paid to any creditor of the:United States th irfaceTatne the United States notes, treasury notes fractional notes

ammunition '152,067sets 6f horse excluding interest or to'any creditor willing.t o and bonds, hereby autho ized, and of
WILLIAM: : H. SEWARD, equipments receive them at par,'includin !'iuterest disposing of the
of Start 112,087,558 cartridges for 'small arms notes issued under the' ; and'anytreas' same to subscribers and purchasers, shall be,paid oat of
Secretary, .. ury authority of this act may be any money in the treasury not otherwise
._ +' 7,544,044 pounds of gunpowder. These' supplies made convertible, at the discretion' of the --Hectetary of 'but the whole amount thereof shall not exceed appropriated one ;
-- -- +-- -- --- per
Were in addition large quantities 'of the"l'reuury. iu'aD) bouds issued under the authority<< centum on the amount of notes and bonds issued. .

Sam Huston oil Vulee and CJwin.The parts provided for the,repairs in the.field. deem oi this and act. cause And the to Secretary be cancelled of the and Treasury destroyed may' re SKC. 10. And be farther enacted, That if any person ,/'/

The capacity of the arsenal for the 'irianuI treasury notes or United States notes any or persons shall falsely make,forge,counterfeit,oralier '
New Orleans Independent publishesthe heretofore issued or cause or procure to be falsely made forged
counter-
following: I facture of munitions of! war hast been in I1 under authority of previous acts of congress, and substitute -' .foiled, or altered, any obligation of security, of the

The following dialogue shows the estimate creased during the year,,and that increase. i is notes such;in lieu us are thereof authorized''by, an equal: this amount uctor"oflotber'United of treasury United States or shall pass, utter, publish, or sell, or

Gen. Sam Houston : still going on, sO far as the means appropr'sited States notes tf-l'rovittelj That.tbe total attempt to pass, utter, publish, or sell, or shal bring
put some years ago by amount ''I into the United States from any Jbrei n"place with iu-

of Texas, upon Tulee' then a Senator will admit. Supplies manufactured at second bonds and treasury notes authorized by the tlrst-md', tent to pass, utter, publish, or sell, or shall have or ,
sections of this shall
from Florida, and Dr. Givin, then a senator i the arsenals are of better quality: and less cost millions of"dbllars'iti act,'' addition not exceed to the.lamouaits tour hundred keep in possession, or conceal, with intent to utter, : I I

from California,1 both'ofwhpm are now rebels, ; than similar articles obtained ,by contract or heretofore issued \ nor shall the. total amount. of United' publish or altered, or obligation sell, any, or such other false sicfcr.ty, forced,,with counterfeited intent to,

and the latter of whom has been 'engaged purchase. States notes, issued or to be issued' ,-ever exceed 'tbu tri ''deceive or defraud, or,shall knowingly aid or assist in
hundred millions of :dollars alud
quite recently in an unsuccessful! politIcaliptrlnquc Thenational armory: at Springfield,Massachusetts not exceeding fifty millions, ')or; dollars such as additional be'guns | any of then acts" aforesaid, every person i-o offending

in Slexico. can turn out three/hundred, : 'thousand porarily required for the redemption of temporary may loan:tem- shall tion thereof be deemed, be guilty of felony, and shall, on convic

It is given sis. obtained directly from one of the best quality of rifled muskets a 1- nor shall any treasury note bearing interest, issued'i thousand d Jlars punished and by by imprisonment flue not exceeding and confine-five ,
I under this act, be legal tender in
nually. payment or redemption ment at hard Labor
of the parties. It seems that when SenatorHunter of notes issued not exceeding fifteen YPJU'iaccord- .

of Virginia, got Weary of the ordinary i Possession has been taken of Hock IslandIllinois I, tion,or any banker, calculated. by or1-auy intended bank bauking to circulate associa a* 'ing St;to(.the 11.aggravation Andbe further of the offence. .
enacted
debates and routine business of the Senate in pursuance of an' act of Congress, money. 'having control, custody, or That if any person ''
possession of
and the requisite buildings for arsenal SKC. 3. And If further enacted, That the interest o': ''plates from which any plate or
,he would sometimes stroll around to Gen. an. j j all bonds heretofore issued; payable annuallySitiky 'P- any obligation or other security, or ,

Sam Houston's: desk and sit by him, in orderto there are in progress; paid 13em1-annualll"and in lieu of such bonds author'be ;any have part been thereof, shall have been printed or which may :
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prepared
have the benefit of his racy comments There is onjiand a :stock of three (lm1ftel'of ized to;, be issued;the Secretary of the Treasury'may' the Treasury, for the,by direction of from the Secretary of r
such
a million of first-class:? rifle small arnitf Issue bonds be-Aring' interest; payable seini-anffaaltf purpose printing any
upon the men and matters hand in the exclusive ; obligation or other security. or any part thereof, shall :
of the in the hands of the } And hetaaay> also'issue in exchange for treuia'r.Jti t es- 'use Much plate or plates, I
way of a quiet chat. On such an occasionthefollowing arms: trdop 9 heretofore issued bearing'seven and three or knowingly suffer the same :
tentife" er' be
'p to used for the
conversattoii 6ccurred.a Since i increased to a million and a quarter. centum interest, besides the'81x'per centum.bonds"bcTk- ,obligation'or purpose other of printiu" any such or sim- t

Senator Hunter-Good morning, General introduction of breech-loading arms: tofore authorized, like bondsi of all the denominations except such as shall be printed securitv for, or the any use part of the thereof United, ;

You seem to whittling and thinking awayas for the military'serviue' generally is recoil( in interest which on such such treasury treasury notes twjte'have-alter been maturity issued:shall and the be1paid States: ,shall by order of the proper officer them; or if any ,
'
,trouble to tell whatvou mehded:: in person engrave,or cause or procure be engraved
usual. May :you me lawful moneys and they may be exchanged for or shall
aid or assist in
.. are thinking about? 1 selection of a situ
"Gen. Houston_ Well, to be frank, I was gunpowder, and the'erection of suita- Treasury datd of notice, after of which redemption the' ':by the Secretary/:of!the''-, 'for the printing of any such obligation any plate or or plates"designed other security -' t'

this little Hebrew ble"magazine' 'thereon the construction of a, interesi on sUch'Ut1 or any part thereof, or shall vend or sell such plate '
that
lust thinking gips.yYule notes shall cE5as .L Add 80'nuith>f 'tho law approved- or plates, or shall any !
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in the Senate. government jypwder mill of-sufficient capacity )iMatch third, ", '; bring into the United States from any
the eighteen'hundttKlatidBixty.fdar ,
re; grE-21hostthief : I 'b ilTiti is foteign-place any such plate .,
1 or ender '
the
plate
Senator Hunter (laughhi$-What mk es to make :standard and proof powder and, the loan authoriied therein'to :tha.:current fiscal y Bar.;'i 'direction"'of? the Secretary exwpt? ') other

you think so, General gun cotton, is aBp' recbmmended. is of herelsytepealcd'rand the ;Treasury to ''borrowL'tbdney;; the8mhorlty; ( nd of the Secretary proper:pfllcervor: wittf any'bthcr fntent;'or:for- ny other ,
: :: issue therefor .
purpose, in either
Gen.HoustonWlry% dent you see iieiias : The procureinent of it, suitable :.ground, or bonds conferred by the nn>t section of,the, a,-t, shall be used for the case, than that such' plate or plates .

just got liiin&elf ejected' ;clAinrfatioftricPostoffice'Committed I the proof and experimental firing of ordnanceciirred'in ofJlareta'thlydslghteenhvndted'aLdeizty ree;entr.7: or other obligations printing or securities of such notes, bonds, coupon '

and'everybody i I ""g,.tliat. : and Ismail! arms fs-urgently' advised as a rno fit'. ',l'i1ed h of An the act to provide' "wit's'shall and 1neans 'fol' the AUP.- parts thereof, for the use of the United, or Slates some or part shall or \ s
port government, cease on and after the have
'l!b'rtfuli' 8iX\i sential "wnnt of the military service. ; in his control,custody, or possession, metallic
there is better stcalage Ori < 0 1 ; passage of this act except BO far als\ it mayeffecfpevtnmillions --' plain engraved utter any
tion'thatvljv: bthetf!in'tho gitf..the8enJI. : ; During; the 'yc'af twenty-seven cadets completedthe :- 't five of bonds already advertised. which any: obligation the similitude or"other of 8tcurihur any plate from : "

ate ? \! rZ Suit th Hunter :lauhed'agai: n; I ; courstf: of sill iesand practice ;in i ,: \'SE the.Treasury'4;' Jndbt'itJfiirtJM'renifctvttTli&i the Secretarj"of or pans thereof shall have been printed, with intent any part to ... ., :

and coritinukl.) But there'is .one, safeguardto ; \ the Military Academy;nnil were,commissioned / 'l. loan of United taayHifatborizfc' States hotejfdr: the receipt the'note, as 'a'orn, temporary =: ,be usevHUch u.d in plate or plates, or cause or ufl'er the same to ., 1

oi'v ) in the army\rThe-smallness'; tills:i nut ,tionnl banking aesociaiinns of forging or counterfeiting any ,Kuch obligation .. '
the..Treasure.. > ) ( > ; ,deposit for not 'less'thun', .or other securiiy, or <1
u ? 6ergrows out'ofthc: liich'fi' mc "thirty; days, in m, sof notthsn.:'flitil'dolhlztl any part or parts thereof, or saalr :! ..
Senator;;Hunier L.WliaV itf thn\ General resignations o1 o '- ; of ; I f.y have<<: in his custody orposw$8ion, :xcopt"nwlta:FrittOTityvlroin

'HoiisfoivnWhy, has got Gwin on thitffcla's' in the beginning of the depositories any tlteaasisttlirftreasutwrsof deal ,-iMited:' for 'that the purpose Zinited, other Mate?, or tle.1', tai'): of{ tuuTt3airf;"'i'r oihejfptopfer<< : '_, i
than
the committed wliii hint, null hu won't sufferhim rebellion. *she clu$!o' Vit this time have ,the l national banking ai-feovutious, who shall issue renifi- otLCe printed 1';tauY'f after ndiybli0ti ur '+'Ith er,..Pdif : n.nra.red I 4 t1
iimUitnde '
tb'&Ml' everything! 'mle il i* bis; enough I usual strength corresponding:!I to the: Con- cafes of deposit in such forty as the Sc'c-retarr" of tlie: security i>iifd mu.-r the authorilj fit: an ) of bltgttiulr'Ol'tin- orb
LAtated8tatea,
to divide." j!
1 j Coloiif-1' I). C. )1("('>>11\111I has hct-ii i first :d after the per term centum ot'lh:11(1..i1nd mutually, and M'U-rten payable day,at' any' time pi>ou shall }>(11.1. hou: ,tN taph, or iu auy insuufcvmake

r nl'4fIIH nt or execute: 01' cn\1. u lie l'riM'c1,hougraphoo, or In. ; ,
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TAX COUlISSIONEBS ., .
photographing, making, or executing any engraving, TAX COMMISSIONERS SAIX8.UNTTET ....... y -I -' roi .. "dI .. : -

'f'' photograph, or other print or impression! ? in the.likeness E yap a. 4 gLJ '
'"or Hmilltude'&f an'abugatlon"'or other security, or any" I > STATES "SALE, I i a r s- / oI' : t r j e' ( rt-\\I \ AC- f''I VALUK 'I s

.. part(:, or parts thereof, or shall end or Bell any such engraving OF 'LANDS' ." .' J; 1 r B I LJ I :.t

; photograph,. print, or other impreaion, For.Unpaid Direct Taxes t'Cf 110 b .
except to the United States, or shall ,bring into '' '8. W3aoft 612- 1030 160 00, 300 162

the United States from any foreignplace any-such DISTRICT: 07 PLOBIDA. P'te' 37 49 } ''931 930 9120 I 'I '100'1 .";1MCc 8. EM of 8.,EM 10 12 40 07 250 ;1,35

engraving, photograph, print, or other impression, NOTICE ,is hereby given that the several Lou, Tracts, jl' 628 275 85 1 ..350I- sg N. Eof8.W" 30B. 9 28 39 78 O' 27
except by the retain in his custody or possession, after I or Parcels of Land situate in the State of Florida, EM of N.EM 3'J
a distinctive paper shall have been adopted the Sea hereinafter described, have been forfeited to the United 42 65372 650 .3,61 'N.'E3a of S.-E34 } 527

retary'of the Treasury for obligations and other securities -, States, by reason of the non-payment\ the Direct 46 71s629 5 29 I 206 I M I 250'1 '35u 8.W" s. EM Lot 4 154 45 150 80

I of the United States, any similar paper ,adapted to Tax charged thereon, under the Act entitled "An Act 1/ 186 44 200'' 108 SW" of N.EX "
4'1
the making of any such obligation or other security, to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay.interest 48 167 35: 200 108 N.WMofS.EM 36 J8K 6 27 n 30 8043
except under authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, on'the public debt, and for other purposes," approved N.'WX of N. E X

t I or some other proper officer of the United States, every August 6th, 1861, and an Act entitled "An Act "' 42 } 10 31 47192 800 4' 32 N% of N. 'V4 1 } 7 27 120 00 120 65
& 4:3 1131
person so offending shall be deemed guilty of a felony, fore: collection of Direct Taxes in insurrectionarydistricts ': 39 :' 300 72' 460 2 '48 of 8. EM and I
t1n and shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by fine ,within the United States, and for other purposes U 5 6 & 1' 25 IiPerpau 8. EM of 8. WM 13 J 120 27 120 65

t not exceeding five thousand dollars, or by imprison ," approved June 7th, 1862; and that the several Island 1 39, 9, 10 10 31 10100 2410 100 M 8. W" of N. W3. I

ment and confinement at hard labor, not exceeding fifteen lots, tracts or parcels of land situate within the countyof 37 \10 31 100 54u N. WX of 8. Wia 7 7 28 79 55 80 29

years, or by both, in the discretion of the court. St Johns (other than in the city of St. Augustine.) M. Papy, 39 7,28 so 00 435 ,1"35 72 00 80 29

SEC. 12. And be it further enacted, That if any person and State of,Florida, will be sold at Public Auction on 46a00 860' 64 8. WM of 8. EM 2 8 29 39 66 50 27

hall have or retain in his or her custody, possession, or the 24th day of April,1865. Grionople, 44 528 656 92 81: B Solana Don E3 37 8 28 295 89 320 173
I, 1 control without the written authority or warrant of the Sale to commence at Ten o'clock, A. M., of said day. Paredez, 45 6 30 65 20 150 A Papy 42: 4\29 127 83 500 2 10

.. ',.,. Secretary of the Treasury,or of the comptroller of the at the Direct Tax Commissioners Office, in said city of Ortega, 42 } 6 29 104 Leonardy part of 60 191 35 190 102
.e currency, approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, St. Augustine, and to be continued from day to day, 39 630 9102 193 1 el 485 62 490 2 64

any engraved or transferred plate! block, or electrotype, until all of said lots tracts or parcels of land are sold: Kershaw, 629 Ie" 15129\ 331 00 331 1 79
1 11
or any die, roll, or other original work used in making e. 43l 6 30 10312 205 J. S. Sanchez 43 \ 600\47 I 1200 I *6 4:8

or preparing any plate, block, or electrotype, or any \Tl o 5Q 5\\ \ b Ha :M. Fontan"' 6 29 29 60 33 Peavett Durbin 46 410 00 .\.
plate, block, or electrotype prepared or made after the 3:>:: > ... < !.I: Ni s 6 301 36 Duval County M 100\00\ 1000 u
similitude of anplate, block, or electrotype,from which .. ( !' C g r> t'4I > 'I 'j I 1 I 18 02 I 'IV. T. P Sanchez 53 4 29 100100 200 108
> 100
\{ any obligation or other security authorized to be issued x ;IJJ m I :: Jack Wright, 6 27 147 185 Sam Butts 42 9)30) I .
Dt K1
4 by any act of congress, or any part thereof, has been x I ty N. ,,;. 3a S. W. }i. 37 } 10130 1536192 1500 810

may hereafter be. printed, or shall use, or cause, or Acosta grant 43 110271 N. E. i4 8. W, 34' } Travers Grant 62 5 29 1185 94 8W 4 59
knowingly suffer the same to be used, in forging or Ic 47 777 44 1000 $ 5 40 & S. E.4 S. W44 33 8 28 122 183 99 John Gionoply 39 5 28

counterfeiting any such obligation or other security, or Entralgo 3910/ ,nl 4000 160 87 N. E. 34 N. E. Ji, 8 9 28 39 I 60 32 43} 529

k1 shall print, or cause to be printed, any bronzed or gilt u 39 40 40 00 500 2 70 ,N. W. )4 N. W. 4i 4 39 60 32 Ie 585960 6 29 4:72M 700 3 70

E t'l letters or devices, or shall print, or cause to be printed, u 39 160 14: 800 4 32 N. w. M N. E. 3a, 36e 9 28 39 78 1 50 27 A Murat 42 830 99800, 850 4 59

1 any letters, figures or devices with green ink, or any John Fanlk, 3S 25 & 26 I 80 250 1 35 .e 4:3 199170 150 81

i green color or pigment, upon any note, bond, or otherrepresentative John Huertas, 45 927u Fract 20 } 10 27 E. Woodruff 38 10 27 307193 1500 810M.
of value, intended or adapted to be used 48} Lots 7 & 8. 21 \ 17 54 3bO 189J Hernandez 47 11030 1013162 I 1100 5 9.J
a medium such ., 49 Wiggins, 484950 1027 1223 44 1200 6 48 45 &to 88 640 u 45
as currency or a circulating every person A Papy Von; ,
4\ ; being thereof convicted by due course of law, shall ., ;'050 379646) Wanton. 37 8 28 300 00 300 1 62 Fatio 401,

be deemed guilty of felony, and shall be imprisoned and Govan, 40 625 60 6500 I 35 10 Harvey 40 } 5\26 ,/ 43 8130'\\ 201 70 4SO\ 2 43

t kept at hard labor for a term not more than ten years, John Heurtas, 45 800'00 800 4 32 38 5 27 262 26 400 216 Lot 2, 8 42 24 50 21
,. 48 400 00 1500 8 10 P. R. Yonge, 42 5 28 2048 00 3000 16 20
and fined in n sum not more than ten thousand dollars : Frankfort, 4.4 5,26 200,00 250 1M:
1 Providel, That nothing in this act shall affect any prosecution ', 49 600 00 600 3 24 W. Travers, 65 5129 I I S E3aofN E4 17 528 4000!i 550 2 91
DO 1000,00 1000 5 40 57&59J 429 43012 800 4 32 I
1 pending, or any civil or criminal liabilities incurred 30 40M( 40 21
under any former act : further, That, McDonald, 45 } S.WJ4 N. E. 34 Arcqne, 49 50 629 193 74 5W 2 9'18E
I the foregoing provisions! of this section shall not be heldor 46 9130i I I s. E. 3a S. W. 3a & } I I 34 of N E3aofSW1' I

I construed to deprive any person of the right to retain : 44 378'53' S. E. J4. S. E. 3a 6b 2 8,29 118 37 650 3 51 & t) W}.( 7 529
} & 63 400 2 16Iolweros
21516 }
i In his custody and possession and use for any lawful 45 1030 3801 2 05 Palma, 4 29 Lot 12. 18 I.
purpose, any engraved or transferred plate, block, or W. i2 N. W.1. 6 7 28 RO 43 412 & 4 12 28 69610 1000 6 40 Lot 13. 156156 250 1 35

t electrotype, or any die roll, or other original work as E % N. E 34 1 I 7 27 80 80 43 1\ Wi4 orN 'VJ-i 3 } Lot 11, 26 729 54150 75 4l
atoresaid, which had been used by him in printing or E 72 S E 34 1 I I 80 80 43 & N EJi of N E3.( 4 6 27 81 70 82 44 James Don, 49 127 10101 152 82
(I engraving bank-notes or other obligations, before being NEL4NE34 12 40'I 40 22 N Wi4 ofN E34 3 40.80 41 22 u 115 00 175 95

used in printing any obligation or other security authorized S E 3a S E 3i 36 6127 40 40j; 22 E3; of N 1V34 2 I Bl05 I 81 44 G8 67 105 55

to be issued by any act of congress ; nor shall Lot No. 3, 31 52 521 28 Ey of E3Q 2 162110 162 87 h 273:82: 560 303

any of said foregoing provisions be held or construed to Lot 10, 29 10127 N3:: ofN WJi & } John Edge Don, 33 4 27 646 56 970 625
prohibit or restrain the lawful use by any person of any Lot 1, 31 !I N.2 of N Erj 18 161 20 161 87 McFee, 40 4 26

ink, color or pigment, the exclusive right to which has Frac: 30 NJ ofNW34NEMa } Co 54 4 2'1
been secured to any such person by letterspatentwhich and N W J.i N'V 34 32 153 400 2 16 & WH ors E3a 24 316i96 317 1 71 37 } 5 27 442.57 2 70

are still in force. New Switzerland, 44 5 26 500 I 625 3 38 N% ofN W.i & } 1 57 41271, I 5001
pengree
.. 39 1060 1060 5 72 N WJi ofN EJi 36 120,00, 120 65 ., }
SEC. 13. And be it further enacted, That the words 42 5 27 615 71 750 4 05Traver8
5127
*, 800 1 800 4 32 wt No. 2. 4 72 80 73 39
obligation or other security of the United States, 37, 6 27 187 65 190 1 03
used in this act, shall be held to include and mean all .H, 710 710 3 83I S34ofNW34& } 38 125 19 125 6S
bonds, coupons national currency, United States notes, 1800 I 1800 9 72 Sax ofNE3a 13 16120 161 87 ,- U 25 00 25 H

treasury notes, fractional notes, checks for money of a' 5369,97, 6625 30 38 E% of S EJ.i 2-1' 7911 80 43 Gomez, 45 r 561 88 560 3 Ol:
authorized officers of the United States certifiactes of I l'erpall Grant, 38 1031' f 599:33: 800 4 32 Lot No. 1, 25 66i99 671 36 Sasportas, I 4H

A t 1 indebtedness, certificates of deposit, stamps, and other Clinch Grant, G8 6 29 465 850 4 59 Lots 36 & 7 23 I 183,62, 99 49 271 403 07 405 219
I Cocifacio Grant, 37 8 27 Lot Ko. I, 4 38,70, 39 21
; representatives of value of whatever denomination, Gurbert. 43 7 469 ISO 470 2 Mu
"( 37 9 27 866 10.075 64 41 S W 34 13 16120 161 87
; which have been or may be issued under any act of 41 9 27 160 65 160 81
u 37 8 27 S E7. 13 16120 161 87
congress. O } 1000 2500 13 50 Clark k A. 44 10 27 0u
,
I Approved, June 30, 18601. I 37 8\28'S I I S W34 ofN W3aN 38} 11 27 10M 15 1250 6 16
{
244 93 500 4 05 Wia ofSWJS2 } 1 45 10 27
\ Cocifacio grant 8 27 1000 2510 13 65 & 01 S WJ4 25 160 00 160 86 39 } 1127 202213 2500 13 50
t 1 1i 12 00 I 3512 18 96 N W34 1 16280 163 89
DEPT. SOUTH 37 l 528
HEA.DQUARTERS 'I Ie 12 00 2762 14 91 8 W% 1 162 80 163 89 I 40' 160 00 850 189
S. C. April 4. 18G5. 4' 100 00 2200 11 88 E.ofE-2 1 162 80 163 89 I Gay, 529
Patio 40 5 28 200 00 250 135
SPECIAL ORDERS. Wia N. WJ a I I S EJi 12 I ?6122 I 161 87 I 41 203 00 203 111
Harvey
j NO. 84. } S. E34 N. WiaNW34 8 Wi 12 I 161123 161 87 In 12 cite; swamp 38 528
s. VM 16 928 200 108W3Q Lots Hand 9. 23 6 27 80 80 43 ,
I. The tax sales heretofore ordered to take place at 155182 u 425 I 529 1 399 28 500 2 70
26 5 100 M 11 21 .
N. E a 27 80 00 NE34NW % 40 40
St. Augustine, Fla., on the 10th day of April, 1865, are N. s. EJ4 W ; 3a and Donation, 45 5 28 315 85 450 2 43
Wy 'i.J.V } 54 37 300'30 3W 1 89
hereby postponed until further orders, in accordance 6 528 160 50 100 828
N. E3a S. WiaS. E3' M .
37 480 06 450 2 43
1 with instructions received from the Hon. the Secretary 028
26 62 33 2
S3NW34Lot
8. W4
Wy4
q } 5 28 469 10 400 216 u 38
: of War. 123100
I 1' SeeS
and
Lots 12 3 4 5 andS 3a 01 }
'' 3'1 10 500 00 1000 5 4:0
28
By command of Major Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE, 8. E3a S. E34 27 13700 69 37 % N E 3a, 4 6 27 8181 100 54
i I.t .1,! (Signed.) W. L. M. BURGER. and E N 'V 11 54 On Dunn's Lake, 37
Gen'l. Lots 12 34 5 3x J4 80 100 3'1} \\121281 1639 r 38 I 1850 I 999
I \ Asst.. Adjt. '
'"I I E34 N. E34 and ; S 3s N W J.i 12 80 62 1 100 54
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PROPERTY FOR I N.N. WJ Ey S.N.E34 W4 of 3-i 268 00 129 69 N 3a N E 34 14 7 27 80 100 54NE34NE3a 38 43} 112'281 I 100100 1 i iCo I 1201 65- ...


? VALUABLE AUGUSTINE, 'lorlda.-Several s. Wia Wt' N. E34 35 280 00 290 1 04: E 3; 8 W M 16} 9 28 158 82 200 108 On Dunn's Lake 3D 12'28 31083 350 189

/'r Houses and Lots, suitable for Winter Residences. Also 1Y3; N. E3R W3, .. and SW 4SW a 40 38f1328
several Vacant Lots, the most desirable in the city s. E34 E3z N. WJ 1 627 I 240 00 120 65 Lots 2 and 3, 32 5 27 80 50 80 43 37} 12 28 50012 1000 5 40
12
i! for erecting buildings. Apply to E3fi 8. Ey 2 60 00 40 21 N E J. S E J4. 26 621 401 50 27 4:5 12'28 29 2622 25 2950 15 93 .
W. C. MORRILL, Lots 1 and 2 3 3100 16 9 NE3a SE3a
350
14atf Fernandina, Fla.Quartermaster's W3& N. w3aEt' I S W M 8 E4 36 1 124 1 66 100 54 41 b8 529 I 5045 600270 55 30
M 6 On N River b 29
S. Wia 167 00 204 1 10 andS3YSW34 .. ,
s% See. S3s' N W J{S E 34 23 J 45 j b l 29 1 54152 651:10:

1 N. Wia and Lot 2. 7 528 463 I 00 232 I 126 W N W J. and .1 7 2J 160 II 150 81 u 4' 48 6 29'1
1t } 50 529 38336 385 208
1i i 1i Sy N. E34 and SE34NWi4 25 67 \ 109b0 110 I 59
Cashed. N. E4. 8. E34 22 5 27 123 M 84 S 3x ij W )4 24 9 27 [
( Orders 68 101 62 100W. 54
24 150'1 '
N. E34 S. E4 4033 27 W3NE34and I 45 102'50' 300' 1 628t.
$. N34 N. E34 25 82 20 100.' 64 Lots 1 and 2 25 426 53 400 2 16 629
\ h Lots 2 3 4 19 5 28 184150' 124 NEUNWU Sebastian, 52 55 729 "
"' 5556 79 194\ 200 108
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629
% NW ia N. EJ.4N. 230'1 and N E q 36 I cc
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r E3a N. WiaS. Lots 3 and 8 29 1027 13'91 20.11 29) ,
u 57 t 0 t
W4 S. E.J and Lot 8, 16 10 27 4012 60 27 .' } 6129' 10954 110 59
N. W4 S. WJ.4 23 527 I 163 70 I 85 I 46 N 3z N E'and 8198
35} 928 70 200
157 108S 5156
N. E3( N. W- 26 40 30 25 14 N 3; NW4 } 729 668 57 610 362
s. W% S. E3a 30 5 I 28 I 40 25 I 25 14 W 3- S W 34 18 1128 39'12' 50 27 b7 '
Brady Grant 41 252'00' 300 162 S E JN W J4 14 9 28 39 92 50 27 12 mile swamp 6971 629' 600'55 750 4: 0.5u

N. WJ4 S. E34 30 1 512'\\ 40 00 1 500 270 N 'V J4 S E 34 5 9 29 4:0 08 50 27 70 76 6 29 '500,55 150 4 05
42 232'I W N 72 13 6 29 530 62 800 4 3'1N
Grant 29I'90 '
GREAT SALE TO CLOSE THE CONCERN OF Clark 57 & 53 \\11131\\ 350 97 1 4301 5001 270 and 2N W 71 aW 3a 19 } 1128 155 G2 200 108 R. Island, 96 .6 29 23'85 25 14

Arice At Viet, 41 'l 29 Lots 11 and 12 16 6 29 7912 100 M 38 729 120 46 120 65

,. t 37 } 7 30 50135 500 I 2 10 S W 34 N W 3a 27 7 29 .40 50 21 39 I".729 177 82 180 97
200 100 M S W 34 N E Ji 46 7 29 25 25 It
Robinson; 55 7 30 and N W JSEi 33 } 8 28 8137 100 54 3v' 829 '1223 17 225 121

Clothing. t.' 50 } 729 79 83 I SNW34NWi4 41 830 787 86 800 4 32

.J'- U 7 30 1176 S W W S E 1 U 8 30 165 29 200 108
; Estopa, J4 3& J4 } 7 27 280 300 1 62
.>..'t 1 13 U 600 3 24 andESW34 Matanzas; 48 9 30 181 54 200 1 08

( 1<< E Flora Leslie, 47 6 28 I N3, 8. Wia 7 79 55 80 43 4' 47 9 30 8'1 41 :6t1 54

... :d. ./ .. 42} 7 28 49914 500 2 70 N. E34 N. W74 6 I 71281 42 48 I 50 27 39 9 30 597 30 650 3 51
",1, h-I",1 :Dry Goods, "-" .d Hernandez, 43 44: t 9 80 E% N. E34 1 I' 40 9 30 301 78 : 325 1 76
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ftjx-t., u 3846j 1030 492 76 1 500 I 2 70 N. E3. N. E74 12 I 7127// 119 I 25 I 125 68 u 41 930 115 20 125 68
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-t: tJ ;' ai Frank Miles, 44 6 29 21100 I 250 1 35 Lots 3 31 56 00 65 35 N. R. Island, 43 6'30 22 2'1n

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/'! ; ",' .. "UJJ N. E. 1-4 N. E. 1.4, 13 12 27 Miranda Grant 55 6 40 41 iO 30 11391 68

\ ,'. .. Boot & Shoes,. and lot 4, 18 } 12 28 99 39 300 1 62 I 4' I I 4129// 500100 I 10001 310W3 38 9 30 500 52 405
,'!' Tocoi 4:2 'l 27 s. W34 S. WJ 48 91036 15001 8,10
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u 38 } I 50 11\311\ 199 58 I .162
8 27 N W48E4SWJ4 25
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f Co 390100 Lots 2 3 & 4 18} In Volusia Co., 50720 '150' 05
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., Hat* Caps, } 28 I 165 70 165 I 89 .
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; .. r Tocoi, 1001 26001 14 04 S. WJ( 35} 4 27 119 91 120 65 I Part 45}

1: '. .::: :V' J. : ,: r co 2' 50 27 N. "no4 N. WiaS3 i I Part u: 63'428 I 44100 900 I 4 86
Anastacia I, 7 30 N. 'V4 ,
-,.,', t ,1.\0.\ "' 830 10000 00 5500 297P S. W34 N. E34S. Part, 51 52 67 ,100 54

in ,_' '" Groceries.\ : Part of, 3 9 30 55 63 75 41 E4 S. E% 3.t 4 27 200 00 I 200 I 1 08 Part, 4:9:
tf .'' ; ;( ) Gould, 44: I 17406 175 '00 95 Lots 12 and 3 19 6 28 104 90 105 57 Part 46} 41281 I I
; '" i Arredondo, 14 1 71291 99 91 I 100 00 54 Lots 1 E3, N. W34 Part, 408 20 850 4 59

'. -, ';; :,: Lot 5 and 6, 32 6216 100 00 M S. WJ N. WJ4 18 I 1 I 160 p.o 1601 87 u 42 3'29' I
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t.' "',: Hernandez, 39 111128\\ 20 86 35 0019 Z. Kingsly 1 63 6 29 562'63 1000 6 40 Diego, E ,39 4 29 ,500 I 00 I 1250 ,: G'l:
's Hardware, 4' 78 43 6 28 26160 500 2 70 41 4 29' 9'9 28 1900 10'26I'
.. :,' ,. 53 Ie 44' 429 250 135
-j ; 729 LOO'OO 500 2 70 45 400 100'00
203 97 2 16 /
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( ; Lot 2, 10 27 u 48 166 40 240 129 : 148 75 SOO
At",,::,..j : : i 2, 5, 208 80 625 3 38 67 69 ,4 29 13715 275 149'S
f : '. t, ,; t Travers 42 43 7 26 627 62 1100 5 94 :: ; 66 68
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h !>"lH.' ; '> t J. Floyd, 38 5 29 200 ,00 350 1 87 100 127 30 250 135 47 429 2012 50 27
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I :: "' 38 4 31 145 12 150 81 C. h G. Clarke W" 46 8 30 147 32 (f 225 1 21 U. :, 7 6 28 256100 4:0: 22 t

tH. Benna Vista, 3910 31 3n 75 500 2 70 S4 37 9 30 150o0 225'' 1 21 Ashton 3910 ,6 28 4:20t: 2 27

"' Orders on the Quartermaster taken at PAR. Mala Compra, 40} 10 31 Marshall 53 & 59 5 29 OO I 300 162 Also will be sold during the said time, the following

One' quarter in cash ,three quarters in goods. 0" U" 37 1131 770 27 1000 3 60 Fitch 41 1131 329I 81 800' 32 Lots or Tracts of Land, situate. within the City of St.ugmtine. .
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} I N. Sanchez, 45 &: 46 3 29 226 22 2 16 : *
'' 49 639 09 1200 6 48 Fitch, 41 3 29 400t ,Lot 6, on block 4;bounded north by an alley, east by .
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S. Josephs", 4:0 1111311 8CJ7150 25001 13 60 38 429 283 36 HI51 7 64 lot of Miss Perpall ,and Marine street, south 'by ,lot of

v4 .1" JOB Papy,Don, 38 728 3I100 ,341 184 Fitch, 40 4 29 402 'l'l'' 9015 10 88 Mrs. Pougeand, and west by Charlotte street. ,Tax;
..,';! Ifa4t': I I u 100 00 100 54 Fitch 48 4 29 $7 20 60. -
: : 244 31. 1220 6 68 ; Penalty, $3 .
.. : 1; gtiii'. .;.... ,.- .... ISAAC A. N.OE. A. Huertas 46 6 27 Charles 51 & 6J 4.29 510 00 2550 13 17 Lot 8, block No. 4; bounded' north by an alley;
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::; < it <; 0" I. 3784044} 628I' Fitch, 40 329 east by Marine t street,"south by lot of V.Sanchez and
;r :: .. ',:.'; t'j Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 41 5500 29 70 ., 37 429 west lot of V. Sanchez. ;
by Tax
>' ., 1128 10500100 147608 7380 +139,85 } $0 72; Penalty $0'36.
( ""t IR. : 760 4: 05 Fitch, 40 329 : Lot 20, on block No. 10; bounded north by lot of Mrs.

nt F. X. Sanchez, 50 7130 26'72 100 54 In Duval County, 3'1 4 29 ;142100 7105 38 36 O.:D. Loring, east by Charlotte'street, south by lots of

:.... 1. W.3' S. E. J.r } f Tocoi part of 39 8'27 2 00 15 'U. Catholic Church &: P. B. Dumas, and west by lot of

\ ..1- S''W)4N.E.4NW.' ,36 9129 16000 300 162'I Canvas Don 48 ,7 29 630 60 640 3 45 Mrs.:Peck., Tax, $4 32; Penalty, $2 16.
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LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING u .4-0 356 00 460 248 Lots 7 & 8 27 8 28 SO 52 WILLIAM' ALSOP,

A'' I 400 40' 21 N. WJ a of N. WJ4 36 675 365 AUSTIN SMITH
NEATLY ,EXECUTED at the UNION Omcr, } : :
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