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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 22, 1865
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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I TJi:E ,', F.L.O,RID. A-- 'i'llf.- 0Nt ; U... [From.the Macon Confederate, April 6th.Jsm-j Mississippi\ on this side of the Mississip- ences-the !si>ort of every rumor and tossed f ". i.
: ;. Richmond Evacuated. about wind. Is there general muscle '
! IS PUBIsfEI1'EV$Rv 8'1RDAY MORNING BY Lj rYes iver, ; with the most of Arkansas and West by every ;.' .
! : 'f.-J reader,;:that-event, so much droLon kisiana, and,all of Texas, west of the Mis- -no strength or stability of soul outside of :

J. K, s.c1t N'EY. by all: and so longtexpected: by many sissihave ippi. We have over there, also, a large the army'i Have we yet, after all our suffering ; ..

had a proper .arid intelligent ide md well-appointed army, which, we feel and sacrifices, to realize the vital magnitude ,-. n
-: .TEEMS-> > : .-" "' ', -J the magnitude of the contest and juncture play of the issues involved in this struggle V or do". ,
great c will at an opportune
Two Dollars per Annum in .Advance... nrelative. :
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this revolution accidentin a
.strength of, the two antagonist! the ensuing summer. we regard as a mere
part '
No Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. important
inevitable, has at last transpired. As it Wi1 thin the States east of Mississippi wee our political history? Nay, it is a steminV ,

Single copies five cents.'F pened in the old Revolution, so it now Hav i or will soon have, a nearly continuous exorable necessity! -the culmination of causes .
ADTKUTXEEMEXTA IVenty-fiVi cents per line each pened with Ug.U7 North Carolito which have been actively working on to this .
,. insertion.. sf Government as t1 line i railroad from Raleigh, .
was, has at last been with terrible crisis-for history has been has been .
Advertisements not specifying time will ,be markedt compelled to sec fa to Jackson, Mississippi, numerous ,
f(till,forbidden: ) and charged accordingly.Book home elsewhere. That'city,which for nejira:nch lines leading to important points, long steadily marching up to this fearful issue. ,
four years has withstood the terrible o iv which troops and supplies can be rapidnoved We may not now trace its steps ; but if w; "
,.Job and Card Printing of eyery variety neatly of the enemy, and which has been defenV e r and concentrated against any force could to-day unveil the tomb of buried ages : ;
executed at the UNION office. with a heroic stubborness r that it revive the Hcenes which have mapped th;
never before kr possessed by the enemy, may '
J passed, if equalled, by as brave and gal e ]i desirable[ to crush or capture.he march of empire, unroll them in panoramic Y

: N EVyS- FnOMTEH: NORTH, men as ever faced a foe fought for freed j 1? subsistence for the army of Northern procession before the eye, observing each from e,
has. last its origin to its effect, and trace along the links
fallen, and is to-day in the hahr ginia has been drawn mainly from the
of the enemy. On one'and the and Southwestern Georgia of that wonderful chain which connects them
same days Carolinas ;
I GEN. LEE SURRENDERED.From city in the Southwest, important to our t'h ile that for the Army of Tennessee has together or in the grand,mysterous providence 'I
fensive operations and and Mis- of nations the disclosures would demonstrate '- r
another in the extreme n draWJlIUainly from Alabama I
Y The Union Extra of the 17th.WAR Northeast, valuable only_ as the seat of- to s ippi. Thus, it will be perceived that Gen. that never in all history has any ) waged. r

DEPARTMENT: WASHINGTON, general government, and made historic byiec k c, as he moves South ; approaches his sup- war under a more stem, imperious,inexorable !
than that which constrains the
now ,
April 9th, 1865. prolonged and gallant defense, fell victim.fly depots and the distance between these necessity
To MAJOR-GEN. Dix: the superior numbers of the foe. n d 1 the army} being shortened the situation, South. And as such we must grapple with it .1
of all results. Disasters i and de-
This Department has receeived the official To-day, the exultation of the deluded a.7 1 this respect, is improved. These lines are regardless
and Are ,
report of the SURRENDER THIS DAY, overjoyed North finds expression, very lik Ql interior and short, and not easily reachedthe feats have come, may come again.
this in ? ,
in bonfires and we surprised at a contest so unequal
OF GEN. LEE AND HIS ARMY TO illuminations, by salvos;: .
LIEUT.-GEN. GRANT, on the terms pro- artillery, the ringing of bells, and the j u t v() the enemy.n other hand the enemy will have a :' The true subject overwhelmed of surprise is that we hav e our .

posed by Gen. GRANT. lant shouts of the multitude intoxicated wini. to garrison and defend, comprising our not been utterly long ago. Anl. lr
it has not already it never can-never will i '
excitement. as i i'
Details will be given as! line and our interior frontier ; ;
speedily as pos i- 1 ire cosndering st -
'Tis Nashville New Orleans
be clone. true .
After {
ble. three and a half years of effort, su it difficult to concentrate, and at- /
EDWIN 31. as the world has hardly ever witnessed numbers at Atlanta Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, i
STANTON, befo c'kusin overwhelming any
and Richmond have fallen and
Wilmington A. ;
and after the
sacrifice of half f
Secretary of War a million mejn i nt. -
the doom no doubt awaits Mobile but (
same f
in killed and ; .
wounded of whom f that the fact that
many Jut we must not ignore i
These cities '
all this is not subjugation. are -
HEADQUARTERS ARMIES rotting, or whose bones lie excite the North that .. "J
OF UNITED STATES, fields bleaching on ,e e se successors will so not. the Confederacy. It is: not a battle o*'; ,; _,
4.30 P. M, April 9th sanguined from Gettysburg to Ric filer government appliances enlistments
of but of armies. The nation'sstrength : ,
places territory,
HON. EDWIN M. STx coN, Secretary of mond, the North to-day enjoys the dearlju 1 il be stimulated and the Yankee array ma- is in the heart and spirit of the people .>-

War: GEN. LEE SURRENDERED TIlE bought privilege of exulting over the capturj;]iallv increased. It is not unlikely, eitherit for it is these that make the nation and .

ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA THIS of a single city wrested from an enemy WhO&11 Lincoln's amnesty proclamation may determine; its character and its destiny, and .

AFTERNOON: upon the terms proposed power, four years ago, it affected to laugh t\<::1 some absentees and deserters. while that spirit is unbroken and defiant, the :..Vn I

I "by) myself. The accompanying additional scorn. With Richmond the last of the citedof either] should we forget that the moment tion is unconquered and unconquerable. .,

correspondence will show the conditions fully. first importance excepting Mobile, hajc out of Virginia may lose some Virgini3 Then forever, with these pitiful ands -
(Signed) U. S. GRANT Lieut.-Gen. succumbed to the mere brute force of a movement further in away
thij s perhaps for of II
Yankee nation. Mobile pusilanimous pinings peace,talking conventions .
will North Carolini-
probably verjr ection may lose us some -State and militalj"-coDlmlssioner. !
SUNDAY soon be theirs, and then they will have croakers have said that tJ
April, 1865. encircled :3. Cowardly nand'foreign intervention,fishing through every '
GE. ER. L.-I received your note of this the Atlantic and Gulf States, from tht< :n. Lee left Virginia, the troops of these .muddy ford of the Potomac and across the !

morning, on .the picket line, whither I had and Potomac and the Atlantic to the Mississipp lies would leave by thousands, but theyn broad Atlantic for some minnow like hope as .

come to meet you and ascertain definitely Tennessee. be mistaken. a harbinger of peace. .,. .. ,' \
what terms were embraced in your propo To accomplish these results the Yankee i While admitting this, we must not forget The inexorable demand is war. It is our -. 4

sition. o.f yesterday with reference 'to the; nation, according to its published official re :6 in addition to the more favorable,,.. milita- destiny. With true manhood and (dauntless-: .
surrend r..DC1this army. ... #. ports, has called into the field the astounding S afeJhlas above indicated;we shall soon 't.
it with all its terrible
number of spirit, let us accept as war, .
I now request an interview in accordancewith I three millions and two hundred 1 added to our al'Iuies300OOO fresh troops. I realities unmodified by the hope of compromise .
the offer contained in and fifty thousand men ; and created an ascertained 7 after few months drilling, Gen.
your letter of yes- L these, a or the fear of consequences. Subor- J" f i
terday for that purpose.R. debt of two thousand, four hundred 1 relieved of the enormous duty of i'I
now dinate everything to its stern demands; work .., t
E. LEE, General. millions of dollars, besides an indefinite out (.4,liner n. nile Of men. brick and mortar, ': I
To Lieut.-Geu. Grant. standing, unascertained amount, which may i e"ave O it" J in-his- 'pow r to do some cam- plan sacrifice-plant with-pay supreme taxes-buy-sell-8utter-reference to it as the .t

lions.cause the debt to reach three thousand mil T ting and take the offensive. That he trade ,of the nation-its only enterprise and interest ,; I

: SUNDAY, April 9, 1865. But v promptly and vigorously avoid himself The present is perhaps only the beginning .. !
Gen. R. E. Lee, Commanding Confederate with its loss of cities and territory, and o ortunities to attack the enemy noned. E'orrow--feartully so, if we should {!

StatesArmies.Your note of this date is but its_ recent reverses, is the rebellion crushed? :. If the capture of Richmond results be subjugated ; while: on the other hand, suffering :

this moment, 11.50 A. M., received. {tIn consequence 4re fiant our people whipped ? Is the proud, de- ir arding a general of his transcendant and sacrifice such as we have never yet ; I

of my having passed from the Richmond in chivalrous, high-souled; South broken iriry ,ability the opportunity to cam-. realized, is, I fear, indespensable to our suc- ', I I,
and Lynchburg road to the spirit, or changed in its high resolve? Is in the loss .
Farmville, it the P4 against the enemy person, cess-essential to develope our fortitude and .i I
and Lynchburg road I any less determined now than at the for hundredti {
am at this writing o hmond is compensated a faith our resolution and resources. For all t .
about four miles west of Walter's church, four outset, to win the prize for which it started ti .,, experience, attests that those who have suffered .' .' I

and will push forward to,the front for the it years ago? On the contrary-does not Influenced by fear from the perils which' the severest sacrifices in this struggle, <. ,.1

purpose of meeting you. spirit soar higher? Is not its determination it vain to den now environs,and calm- have ever shown the most indomitable spirit .
Very respectfully your obedientservant, inflexible succeed? That greater there? Is not its will more v j'veying the military situation as now and the greatest alacrity in responding to tho .. ..
U. S. GRANT, LIeut.-General. despondent-some are some who arc prpted, we feel constrained to exhort our requisitions of the Government. We, too, I f
are gloomy, and see P c to be of good cheer. fear,will have to learn the lesson of patriotism. J .to

'APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE, April 9. tnV.ls nothing. r1n<>but._' ,what*: forebodes*.1_ evil, if not. inevi-. |, in the same school of suffering and sacrifice. .,'. ,
Gen R. E. LEECommanding C. S. A. : tlie""'un.last ua i-LU:six "IVU Sin me reverses and losses oJ [From the Macon Confederate, April 10.] Grant that we may not learn it too late iv

In accordance with the substance of my there months is but two true. That \ The Spirit of the South. for the weal and safety of our country. Better -. .

letters to you of the 8th inst., I propose to are some among us who not only believe fh all its boasted chivalry and in epcnd- better far, now cease complaining of taxation : .: t:
, receive the surrender of the Army of Northern we are whipped and ruined as a people,, and all and ,
but in their hearts en( the mind of the South is too mercurialto tax our resources energies to J
; Virginia on the following terms, to wit : and their wish it Were so, so they ,isily effected by a sunbeam or ar shadow the last dollar and the last ,man. Cease mai i .
I Rolls of all the officers and men to be property were safe ; and who would defeat haste to be wealth
lated depressed king rich-hoarding
secretly promote such result ; by success or by up t.; j'i; : "r
! made in duplicate, one copy to be given to cowards there is u were they not dej sed not only by the great'events whichma with the hope of enjoying it after the'war- < J
i but too .
an officer designated by me, the other to be fear. Bnt much reason to the progress of the revolution. but also by and now use it to sustain the war. Better '

II retained by such officers as may be designate. traitorous thank God I these cowards and infl ces unworthy of the dignity and intel- count all things but loss for our independence, :. .iit
The officers to give their individual poltroons are but few;the largejheart; for and be from this .
paroles of the mass of the ligt:e of an enlightened people battling willing so emerge struggle ,
I not to take arms against the Government people still throbs with but free. Better
I the love of liberty-its the ]tars and their rightstheir independ- poor, consecrate everything ;
of the United States until properly exchanged to its attainment at the great soul still aspires enc nd their all. If the Pre8iden,-with heroic unreservedly upon our country's altar,as Han h

and each company or regimenal cjm-II ,even existence itself., It has cost of everything indor warns of impending danger, the nibal did his son, with eternal hatred to our 'J'.t

mande sign a like parole for the men of of blood and mountains been of only throughseas fml mind sinks down into deep d Sp ndenc foes, than be sacrificed to their :unjust and pitiless I: I.
their commands. debt ; through half the State dominion. Deliverance from
sorrow suffering and : f the groans, subjugation .
The arms, artillery and public property to ,through, the terrible tribulation ; and passing sjgl n sympathy. If lie makes war upon the is cheap at any price-universal desolar :
be packed and stacked and turned over to sword that other ordeal of fire "and Pre ent and the Constitution and seeks to lion and death itself'is infinitely preferable to '1

the officers appointed by me to receive them. I I gained, the nations before ours, have rev( tionize a revolution, the sovereigns of the doom of degradation, poverty,and unmiti-: '
This will not embrace side-arms priceless boon of independence, into shame and sadness which awaits ,.
of the and the ttepale down : gated misery, us as the subjti3 : :
officers, nor their private horses or baggage. terms.we can It hardly hope to secure it on easier bef their servant as If hIS vagaries could gated serfs Northern despotism. 011, whet ,. r
rejoices the hearts
This done, each officer and man will be of all true patriots betr the honor of Georgia-his venom could would not rather die with the concentrated <
allowed to return to their to-day, to rest satisfied in the comfort- hand of one of thousand '," : ; L
homes, not to be ing.assurance that pees its patriotism or the puny agonies a deaths and fill a free
disturbed by United States our people are not only the fabric of this man's than survive '
authority so long. m 'ould upheave mighty grave, as down-trodden j
as they observe their parole and the laws in suffer capable all, ,that are willing other to do, endure, and Gov ent or stay the march of its de tiny- slave of all slaves_and the victim of Yankee ", ". i 1

force where they reside. any people have done tosecurethe yes, nacre handful, of.rping croakers by: a triumph and Yankee tyranny? Then shako .
same .
object. .
Very respectfully, Your obedient,servant', ii.uf, with Richmond great few ark 'saYIngs, studiously coined, m the, off these desponding fears and pitiful pinin'!!s- r '
U. S. GRANT and Mobile in the chambers of their dark souls for =,
Lieut. t
General. hands of the the ess own or peace wliichonly; encourage our enemies I
? enemyhow stands the generalsituation gooLEUiujj; from'Yanke rumors, ,can cast a, and enervate our strength, betray our hoper: CJ

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF but,the Montgomery will probably fall _' Jshail vof, desponding glojni oVer a whole iprovoke l\ tine acorn and contempt of our :- { 1 <

NORTHERN VIRGINIA j} ,,hold enemy It, With can,only the ,destroy it-he, caiinot I domi inity! -when i f they be,thrown,into the toes- The only way to have peace is to' conquer s, n-j-T !,

April 9th, 1865. of Lieut Gen. ; army: at the disposal f I weir< caldron as a crucible character-fan iti To shorten th e ;war, is to prosecute l a'I :

Lteut.-Gen. U. S. Grant Commanding U. ,haps .to that of Taylor the although inferior. per- 'uptl flames, heap up the fuel i -"Fire. ,. bumand it with,vigor",,at t every sacrifice.. .._: '. 'fltJI
& A-GENERAL: I have received your let Yankees, to the coast enemy, he can confine the: c Idron bubble." ,1: .appal to you my ,countrymen,,by the ',-'; 1 t'i i

ter of this date, CONTAINING THE tle will suffer where. without a bat 'Stc r '|them Uownouble Distill them- fame of our fathers and by tine blood. and bat ;, j,':I

TERMS OF SURRENDER OF [THE ,at they themost great losses this. ,summeror ;. blooc brains muscle and bones, nnd'the ac- tIe-graves of your"sons by the safety and honor . 'i3 : ,, I' '
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, as .npying but. not, only,make rapid and an- cumu ted' 'extracts,. loubly! concentrated, of your:ho c -:by.the history,ofsthe, past,' F ,-'1{. -

proposed by you : As they' are substantially counties adjacent-destructive Raiders into the ivouh no* compose'the weakest essence, of a' the perils: of the pre: en !ln ),thef hopes: the ,: :'..u '.., .

of the same as those expressed in your letter that General Taylor This o l1.he. supposition man. lie most diligent dissection could not future-by every .consideration which\can fl;,,:]., ." .
the 8th inst. TUEYAKE contents himself with detec heart in their whole Yet: stir J,
AqpEP Ep.-r a anatomy.. warm :or a patriot's Iieart'rouse. ,Rouse 'U! JJh '- :
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I will proceed to> desr ate' L tl.e, proper' pffiV acting, Wexhave; on defensive"only? : these red| the shadows bf humanity ,
our ,tlie
ers to the stipulationsinto' : possession productive ,forus1horoseope* of the nation's nativitY.an d rourim .
carry rescue ailed
: .effect. I and' ] otfJ .. ,cotwtryrwiUan; ;mW.lj ftnO .
Very Respectfully,Your .highly defengblejportfons;; of North and; its future ; )Vhj.dg 'thus S R.iecfi1Ao .| conquerable esplved,
obedient'servant Sputa' Carolina : yve : s \" : upon freedom .airy d itQlf :.',i, .
I>\. E; Ui-:, Genera T'. I", : Georgia !,:t Flarida.,. Alabama l :; fidence opd5 courage;to'kuch'"!base-bora. .inflii-,. ;j ji ,i j i (leatli-inde cndence.or.iminortalit :! > i .{
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j ?- EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.FERNANDINA' '[Special< :CorreBportdence"f of the Florida union.j ds'adjust :!threevof; the: \ : lfo seemed highly delighted when
fata who took'part hi the I and those Vith. ,'him took off their
I''I <: CHARLESTON, S, C. April 15th; i865', fSumter, ordered by Admiral *'. ,*'

I ; April 12, 1865. Yesterday was the fourth anniversary c J Imber 9th, 1863. .
r Ny Dear Union : the lowering of the stars and stripes from th: jjor-General Gilmore entered the
When I left the "id withbia'or General Anderson .
by "Delaware ;
\ the _
; .. sylvan flag-staff of Fort Sumter to the overwhelmin, ,
shades of our still beautiful and'Miss Anderson on'the left.
.! 1 '' though war scarred forces South Carolina. In accordance wit AGAINST MOBILE.
-t ,nce was hailed with enthuiastic ,
city did
t -.....:..... not anticipate being absent but a j an order from the President the same flu a light.
-... day or two requisite for the transaction of le ceremonies in the :
'." was re-raised by Major, now Brevet Majc proceeded :MdNITOBS BLOWN IIP
some business:: matters, but I have now been General Anderson. ,fr :
J.'," here nearly a week beyond the Arrangements for th 1 |The recitation of the Te Deum. BY TORPEDOES: '
and required time, occasion had been made by Major Genera f Prayer by the Rev. Matthew ,
an for
opportunity returning seems about Gillmore. Chaplain.
to" my
between Canbj- and Pen-
C.8 uncertain <<1S thc success; in uiy Southern The ds was followed by the reading
steamers and
Arago Blackstone arri sacola opened, etc.,etc.
Confe eracy. The opening of the IR. S. Storrs, Jr., D. D., and the
!: port and ed at Hilton Head "
the appointment of a collector for the District on Wednesday, wi 1 : alternately, of Psalms 126, 47, [ the New York Herald of the 9th.,
Generals Anderson, Doubleday, Dix, Tow ./- ] interesting accounts of the
Fcrnandina progress
.. the effect to add somewhat send Fry, Delafield Holt, Commotion sj 1'ijor Anderson's dispatch to the against Mobile, both by the ar-

c. to the business of the town, commercially, Rowan, Kev. Henry Ward Beecher, Wmj I, dated steamship Baltic, off up to and partially including
'or" present and k, April 18th 1861 1 contained
prospective.The announcing are in the dispatches
tl .... Tax Commissioners have concluded Loyd Garrison, and a large number of othe t f ort Sumpter) was read by Brevet brought by the steam

i he sales of distinguished invited guests. | General E. D. Townsend, which arrived here yesterday '
a property where parties failed to As an appropriate prelude to the occasioi : ral U. S. A. Orleans on the 2(a inst. The in-

( .. pay the tax assessed thereon, and arc ; of t rebel position of Old '
.. now the :steamer Oceanus arrived about dark RAISING THE FLAG. strong .
t ..4 busily engaged in hearing and determining fronf' out, one of the principal} defences
New York. When she neared the whar ijor-General Anderson and
cases of | on the east side ot Mobile :Bay by
application for
J redemption under the I \ stepped forward on the
heard '
.......".. sixty clays limit accorded by the ]law after the were shouting, "Lee's army has 'i unfurled the glorious old banner and :Sixteenth: army corps,
f surrendered. The sentence was caught b deafening\ cheers of the on the 27th ult., and on that and
t i. gale But few availed
persons themselves of the crowd and ; days heavy bkiirni&hing
: quicker than by telegraph was oral Anderson and Sergeant
I c "this provision of the law- tiring between besiegers and be-
consequently the carried to d the flag, with an
every part of the city. At the evergreen .
?II' titles to their property arc vested in other Charleston Hotel, where a large number on id, the occupants on the stage all I kept up. national troops

'" parties, or, as in some instances when Government the people had assembled, the report was!:! king hold of the halyards. The 3J 3u approaching entrenched the within work, and
I .. has been the I scarcely: credited. The crowd were in anxioussuspense joicing that followed as the flag I seventy
f ea purchaser, it is vested for about ten minutes when op of the start' was indescribable. L0 thewounu Y rifle pits, The Union
: j ,
Uncle a rue s-
n Sam. (' i in the two to
.c. h_ __ .. senger arrived 1 hrinsrincr! two KenYork i I usiasui; was unbounded. There estimated about corps, up
r .1I11ong Hll' Lms.ucs;:; enterprise:4:: inaugurated |' papers. A reader was instantly selected.-1 utaueous rising, cheering and at eight hun

here, I may mention as worthy of llotiCCthat lIe commenced reading the headings "T1 and handkerchiefs for tully I.mc the monitors
.". of-)rr. Rebellion ended," "Lee's entire
: H. T. Mot, who has constructed substantial army Osage weie blown in Mobile
a ,
.I, deredThese sentences were utJ ;i the starry emblem floated out
and extensive lime kiln, where 1 he tend when his voice was drowed in scarcely the shouts|! r to the sttonai breeze, the joyful '2bth and 29th ult., by rebel tor- '

manufacture* lime of an excellent quality at of the multitude. The reader finding it impossible t .ions were repeated, which were Ll tour men and wounding seven.

... (he rate of a hundred barrels : to make himself heard, and it !) by music from the bands aud the sunk fit shallow water, it is rJ
per day and being!
Lt. they can raised. As
,.. I evident that the people were no ng salutes from the torte and the every
the article longer incredulous
,. ...furnish for less than it costs to buy I t.y where the rebels establish thtm-
in with .lute ot two hundred 1
joined them in shouting for!; guns were
: I and freight it from New York. Mr.Mot will victory and the Union. The shouts were I ery M, Capt. BarKer, and 1 water and land tor miles mound 1

echoed from street to street. The crowd t. caldwell, oi the 3rd Rhode thickly planted with these inter-
II demands was I
I by this time greatly increased and tor sons ry, stationed at the lort. auces. Un shore several casual : I
; time the torpedoes had occurred, and the
\ white wash the whole Southern uproar was almost deafening. After SPEECH OF GENERAL ANDEIU5O) \
dug a large number. The
Confederacy the first burst of excitement had up
which it sadly needs, and for which the raw subsided, the people began to call somewhat tor .!hen the cheering had subsided, actively co-operating with the ar-

material abounds in the of particulars. The! call was answered more crsoii, on being introduced by ild up a vigorous shelling of both
shape inexhausta- Senator
Wilson of Massachusetts &ie, :L q., addressed the assemblage bay. A :fleet of rebel vessels,
r ble oyster beds that fill who was a ilS
the -
marshes and line passenger iriends and fellow citizens
the "Oceanus y no mean antagonists, were ly-
I the'banks of the Amelia river. A portion of .I desk, and by deliberately unfolding, by mounting a of the the Iner soldiers-By the ] River,below the city, and a

;1 the works of the Tar & Turpentine Company New York Herald, read in a clear copy and distinct lineal of the Honorable them and the national gun
I am here to fulfill the hourly looked for. In fact it
I are successful operation and give promise voice the official despatches. Several was
!\ l of satisfactory results. times he was compelled to pause but by great jy heart through four long, long Dauphin Island on the 31st ult,
I effort the enthusiasm of the crowd was idy war; to restore to its proper our latest accounts, that it had
It is no secret to the readers of the Union suppressed as very heavy firing in the di-
.I until the whole account could be clear flag which floated Here '
; \ and of our former publication The Peninsula read, announcing that Lee and his entire Army -" t;, before the first act of this cruel : Spanish Fort was heard during[ the

II ," that Judge Stickney has for several were prisoners of war on parole. He had J l14 the day. w

l. 1.___ _nU _" .' years scarcely uttered the :fast sentftnnp. when theE ank God that I have lived to oi national troops under Uen.
A \ JJtXll conuucnng at this place and else wher l walls of the large house rarely shook-with dt great applause), and to be here left Pensacola, Fia., the 20th of

1 series of experiments with several fruit an d the shouts of the assembled throng. The to he duty to my country. My in front of Mobile, opened

r food producting plants, vines and trees, with: scene was long to be remembered. There ti with gratitude to that God who i't with Gen. Canby's and com
:! a view to their permanent introduction were present many of the inhabitants who si jly blessed us ; who has given on the 29th. On his march '

to the recollected a night four,years previous, when i eyond measure. had considerable skirmishing,but
roil and '
climate of Florida. In view of the they had stood in this same room listening j all the world proclaim no serious opposition. At one point

fact that the volution which has taken place to,% nd some applauding, a speech delivered G in the Hightest, and, on earth, te the rebel cavalry were found

a in the South must necessitate a change in her; on the occasion: of the lowering of that aJ, ood will towards men" (V as determined on aesperate'work,
whole of flag which was to be re-raised the following i, and amen.) first charge from the national
l system agriculture, these experiments day. Little did they imagine then, that this address was then delivered by ,broke in confusion. Some of

of Judge Stickney are worthy of morethan same spot would be the theatre of such a JT Ward Beecher.er instantly, others surrendered with-

passing notice. His success thus far has:! scene as this, yet they too joined in the shouting visiting all points of interest a shot, while many threw down

1 more than met his most sanguine expectations and cheering with the rest. Senator the'visitors returned to the city. and' begged for mercy. Altogether

and Wilson was called upon for a speech. He EVENING AT THE CHARLESTON captures were one Brigadier Gen-
i encouraged thereby, may be proper again mounted the desk-beneath his feet other officers, four hundred
to add that he ]has ,:: umptuous banquet had been hundred
secured the services, 01 under the counter was a printed copy of the bir. Stiison, at the Charleston and fifty horses.
.a speech of Gov. Pickens point on the march Gen. Steele's
competent agriculturist and chemist, who on the fall of Sum- off of General ,Gillmore. Patriotic
is ter. He delivered a short Mobile and, Montgomery Rail-
fully prepared to reduce his views and theo without displayof patriotic address v\ drank, and speeches made by captured two wagon" trams.
ries to successful practice. As an instance I applauded by numbers partizanspirit.who had It was ore, Anderson, Dix, Judge Kelly, -

may mention the fact that I have seen and former speaker, and had he then applaudedthe been in their rli>. Dillon At the, conclusion 1V m. Loyd of the Garrison de [ the Telegraph and Confederate.]

tasted as fine a sample of olive oil, manufac power the present one would have been tci ops.was proposed and drank for April 14.The enemy occupied
suspended from the nearest K. C., on, Wednesday
tured at Fernandina, from olives -in the lamp-post. What tjinthe Charleston Hotel, "The night the
changes have taken be
U place in four years! Now t. and shall be to a portion of Stoneman's
vicinity, as was ever produced from n preserved"SCENES '
the grovesof they applaud the present speaker and mounted infantry from the East
France or Italy. Several hundred trees would without doubt, had it been in their IN THE CITY. line, and it,is supposed they will

have been planted, and with a view to power have hanged the former one. Bands s early as ten o'clock the on Charlotte. No army news
supplying of assemble at the
future music soon reached the scene and some- ge'a battery. By point. '
demands, a nursery of several what harmonized the clamor. At a late hour qc '' large concourse had couecteu dates March 22d say that Max- a

thousand seedlings have been planted, and all the crowd &dispersed to their homes. Every. posed principally of the residents recognize the Southern Conteder-

are in a promising state of growth. The cul thing that occurred was spontaneous with the c.: The battery was once the pride and open to them the Port of
people. The news Gfrlestonians as a fashionable some other to which
although looked
tivation of the grape too, is destined to playno for by prizes can
'any arrival was at that moment rather Itps here the ladies were assembled for adjudication and sale.
inconsiderable part in the future economyof I pected. It formed a thrilling prelude to the wred their handkerchiefs as the flag os by the Washington

the State. Under the direction of the par events of the following day. til Icjered: on Sumter in Ibtfl. It was from of the Mexican empire is pro-

ties above named a vineyard has been planted, THE MORNING OF THE FOTIRTKRISTTW. : people of Charleston witnessed the : unpleasant feelings on the part of
---- Sumter, ,,with the Monitors by ,towards the U. b.)
, and upon slips that were stuck m the At an early hour on Friday ... -- -- -: Government.
gruunu morning the nj uuponi. auany who were uaies iiiarcn,,luw the
less than two months ago, there had already:, the various vessels-of=:war, gunboats, and tugs in tl 'C occasions, were now here to large blockade, announces running firms.
set from three to seven bunches of grapes. Of displays of were gaily decked out with full tilt oM flag again unfnrled over that large amounts made by the Con-
bunting. It had
been ordered wjich had BO often been
by an of
course these had object ment on their financial
to be remo ved as the vine Admiral Dahlgren that every vessel in the inlhis harbor. When the flag was agents

must not be allowed to fruit until it shall have harbor should dress ship at the instant the aspid above the Fort it was/ greeted ,three Messrs.FrazierTrenhohn days delay refused &iCo., ,
'L become rooted flag was raised over Sumter, but on the h cheers and accep-
firmly in the soil. The sugar of the news of the occasion ,I rty waving of draft of $135,000 was presented, .
'beet is also preceeding evening, it Tiire were a few hisses audible but alleged be
receiving attention and bids fair was done early in the to want of advices. It is
morning. All the ti ents of the
transports majority of-these people the drafts will
to be a success. were in not lieover but a
carrying visitors to the e lently in accordance with the '
In shall refer to this matter again and fur- Fort. A little before noon Gen. Gillmore's A und'them _
nish the readers of the with some ship, the Diamond arrived, followed by flag-the re ults of the war.were visible To many, of K. Allison,President of the Florida .

statistics to show,that the country is paying Delaware with General Anderson many they qualified inTallahasseef. on 27th .'
on board. a sed .
thoughts.THE to till the
several hundred These place of Governor made
Annually millions of dollars steamers went directly to the Fort and ,
;.c,7 for the importation of articles that may be landed their passengers. On their arrival SITUATION IN CHARLESTON. the death of Gov. Milton. The

-.. not only successfully, but profitably grown in the Fort, detachments of sailors and marines: at city is rapidly assuming Governor' is 'to be held on the 7th
; this country. with the 36th Massachusetts Vols. p< ., The' stores on King -

;,: Mr. Hullet Kilbourn, the recently appointed New York Vols.. were found; drawn and 127th in i'he all tilled, with gooas. papers of the 8th have been received '

agent for the purchase of cotton and other I line to receive the guests. up t windows look quite gay. mention, of,the movements, of the .

"'., products within the rebel lines, has arrived A platform snrrounded with evergreens habitants appear by their manner and :
: .v -at this place and entered upon the discharge erected in the centre of the Parade was vocation to be well"satisfied with the
!! J' of his duties. The recent order of General with an arched canopy overhead Ground, tlings., Many of the men are'employ I THOMPSON HAS JUST, REI ,
; Grant with covered derks in the various departments A LARGE ASSORTED STOCK OF
prohibiting trade does national banners
apply to made ,by the Union'ladies FLOUR GOLDEN
Florida and Mr. Kilbourn of Charleston vice. [The contrabands come in ,
mar soon expect and intermingled? with by MILK, &0.,&c. GRAINED COF
s f e to find plenty business for himself and as- the beautiful wreaths of evergreen and flow daily, Efforts'are being made to'settle and RIO at 73 cts. LIGHT BROWN
sistanta ., S. on the Islands adjacent to the city. : cts.,also SPRING LAWNSandDEBAISE.

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FROM FEBNANDINA. I. Mr. (}oodri" l--I still insist, gentlemen. ft i ,of"'each"Jand'everymonthin: ; each lW. ..
or, ;sessor, or officer: administering the .nie.ILJld
When you that of I vfjve days,thereafter an'. account 'shall'be,
saw me with pipe whiskey in duplicate, in substance, as follow : '16 1 do
ts m his books swear(or affirm) that
contraband Good In Port from Nauau- what was I doing with it ? d, and also the, of number the number of gallons of spirits, the foregoing entries were. made by me,on the respective
Fraud on the U. S. Government Pre. IFfl/tt; of gallons of,,spirits dia- days pecifted,'lbd that: they state
**!*-You shook it before us to show tiid also the number of sold according to the .
the Activity of the Collector gallons or removed best
vented by knowledge and
my belief the whole
-,'1Iat was in it. You shook it with Ii mptlon of sale and,the' quantity of
of h e Port. a rinsing proof!; thereof not bead .spirituous liquors distilled and '
sold or removed
IEa? ANDhTA,1st April, 1865. motion as if you were cleaning it'out. fcpe for prescribed,; and shalt by also the keep a book, or: books in a consumption or sale,.at the distillery' owned ;by for. ,

Collector The is settled sir. COm 18.lonerot'iinternal ----, in the county of----- to
Correspondent of The New South : case rd and to be open at all seasonable hours, ,amounting --gal- .
The indignation of the loyal citizens of this Mr. Goodrich claim the Provost Mar- 'sj by the assessor: assistant assessor, collector in- Ions the United, according States. the proof prescribed by',the laws- of '

aroused to shal's protection till I have finished the oliector, or inspector of the district;wherein '
town has been an extraordinary cross- stontered from SKC. 63. And be it further enacted, That the owner,
day to the
degree within a day or two, barefaced by the examination. I vegetable productions day, quant.ties of grain, agent, or superintendent aforesaid; shall, in case the

Provost ,Marshal You : iumash ,another substances put i original entries required to be made iu his books by this
attempt of certain parties to introduce contraband can proceed sir. -tub by him, his agent crsuperinteudeut, act shall have
not made
oeeu by himself
; subjoin to the
goods from Nassau. Mr. Goodrich Were you permitted to satisfy o fourpose to be verified of producing spirits ; and shall verify, oath or affirmation of the person by wuoin\ they .were ,
Fortunately, the interests of the Government yourselves that the pipe contained whiskey amnts, by oath,or affil said mation entries, reports, books made the following oath or affirmation to be taken a& '
to be
taken before aforescid: : "1 do s rear (or affirm that the .
are thoroughly protected by the Treas- ? th>BOr or assistant assessor, or other ) to best of
\JVitn s8eaWe oiccording to the form competent my knowledge and belief, the foregoing entries a.':'eJu Bt' .
which has officers and were. required Jaw
ury Department seven i by ana shall and true, and that 1 have taken all the means In
four clerks on the Station. It is believed that Coll.etlr-I think 3ir. Provost Marshal this oil imely duplicate forward to the collector of ithe district one power to make them so." my

the l larger portion of this force is designed to case is a clear one. ail also pay to accountsduly; the collector:yerifled.as the duties aforesaid; SEC. 64. And oe it farther enacted, That ,there shall '

protect the Collector of the Customs from all .}fr. Goodrich-I'll make it clearer, sir. st> distilled and sold, or removed for consumption on ,the biinii.tr be paid on all beer lager beer ale, porter, and other
iermeuting liquors #
by whatever
oiud name such
temptation to complicity. He requires no Gentlemen would you recognize that pipe of rdg the in said duplicate accounts account mentioned ,at the time of liquors may be called, a duty oi cue dollar for each and

such guards, however, for his character has whiskey if:you saw it again, so as to be able T fillers who distil or manufacture thereof less: than Provided one every barrel containing more than tuirty-oue gal-

just been demonstrated in the most successful to swear to it ? h and fifty barrels of spirits ions, and at s like rate for any other quantity or for

Vit.nfxxVo. I ud per >ear may make tracUOna1vartA 01 a tJarrcl. \\tlich snail h hu..rI............. n...
manner. wnnlfl r pay duties on the tirst d.ll.v nYn .ne.,4 U". I ----- --- -- "
----- --" -- --'A4a4A" immuiacntrea and sold

There is, just at tins time, a large nunlber Mr. Goodricft-(taking an old Briar Wood nil d&e lieu month of the and first furuisn eleventh bonds, and twenty-first. .J bale, within the United,states or removed or the ior territories consumption hereof or, ..

for from his pocket)-Was that correspondingly, or vvulim the District of Columbia which duty .
of business men collected here, watching the pipe ? a* to tht contrary notwithstanding ; snail be

the 4' plain chance" when the removal of es-emphaticallJ.-1'll.at'8( ) the identical vW!then, That brandy distilled from grapes: Andre shall- paid ery preuubes by the owner m, agent which, or sucu superintendent fermented liquors of the urew-snail

blockade restrictions throws open the country pipe pjc 8.twenty-five And be cents per gallon. be rnuue, auu shall oe paid at the tune of reuueriug tue

trade with! this depot. Collector-(with further enacted. That there shall be accounts oi such fermented liquors so
around to very long face and ad by the :Secretary; of the Treasury iu chargeauie with
*Among these gentlemen, none are more large eyes)-What do you say ? cui district where the same may be every duty, as heieiuatier required : frvtiiltd, Tua.t fractional '
necessary, of
pacts a bun shall be naiv es, tnirus, quarters Maths
persevering than the Collector, who, although Witnesses-That's the pipe, that Mr. Goodrich oi ejooatxo ore inspectors of spirits, refined dial-oil or otu- eighths, and sixteenths'; ana any iractioual pail, Loutauiug ,-

he has: not yet "struct ile" has done 1 someboring had whiskey in.Co11eetorrushing. tciuih laithiuily, cigars,to auu periorui otuer their articles duties, who shall les>b tnau one sixteenth: uau be accounted one I'j-
and in case at least has reached tune such sixteeiiiu, more than that auu not more Luau one
out of the office)-Go to commissioner ot internal revenue shall snail
eishtty accuunieu one eighth more than
scud ; one
coal. The shall te entitled to
rest ot the receive such
sentence was lost in mixed tees as egutn, mm hot more tuaii one aixui: snail be accoiuited

The military' officers of the Post, have es- the distance ; but I could dimly see a bey me ana owner prescribed or by said commissioner, to hue sixth; ;uoi u than one stain and 1.10luore tnau unegwtr.rm
had in view for the last four small very manuructuier of the articles bUlla be accounie. j
peecially weeks portion of a horizontal coat-tail pass a mi, gauged, or prov d. Aud any manuiacturer one quarter ; more inau one ....---"
quartet, an individual named Goodrich, who professesto corner, followed by several ot, renueu coal-oil, or other oil, lOuacco : LIe accounted ,
gentlemen m single cIgars, one nil id ; more than one third., anti not mOre t..auoae
he a citizen of Connecticut, who suddenly file, and when last seen the Collector was Oiarticles 1U1 who whim snail may by law be required to be hall, Miaii ue accounted one uail ; moie than 0110 half

nuJe his appearance in a small blockade I paying the keeper of the candy store for a ui' pieiuiseo, ho fur refuse ast may to admit ue an inspector sltait ce accounted one Oarrel : rroVid: jurtuer, 1 oat

running scuoouer, from Nassau ; wHere, great many bottles of Hoot Beer. p wee 01 his duaeb, 01 Who hull iieceasary oustiuct ior an the mme ill beer ooitluS, layer Shad i.eerale be.,..pvner, and ut...ei lCl'Well:CU LqU.J.8 : .

he pretends, he was passing the winter for tile An official report of these proceedings will bin iienoriuui.ee of las duties, shall forfeit the couuiiieu therein, ai bSt the acu tate, uccOruiUj OJ, hue UJJwl"lvr 10 the W tl1l.4.U.y
hundred i ty-uue
health of his family. He has no visible means appear in a future number of The New ,.v' uth. lJ1le for other dollars penalues, to te imposed l'ccovcledm b tiiis the mauuiided gallons, wneu iiie alJt.l1a.i. not ufeupieViuubiy: pa..uoncoutaaicU '

of subsistence aud. the public has never been rj. > act. Utluvl'tI: theheiu.OM. .
**nd. further enacicu Tuat
)IOHAL.OfficerS all spirits, dis- .. 65 ,
Ana be it f muter enacted That
informed that he has yet paid his board bill. ti.aloiesaid; by any person Lceiiaed as aforesaid, or every person

This Goodrich is reputed a man of means who are impelled to sacrifice Hdore the same are used: or remo\'ed lor any pur mienu owning to be Occupying UKt:1110r the any purpose brewery ol or UI pieausea C" ur u&eu or

and influence ; he is certainly to all appear- friends to duty by a desire for prize money, J.IC inspected for the, gauyeu peifurmance: and proved ot by some lUspeclUiUted duce I lW lIUU: iiqiioi, or vv uu tuiali uave lug such pi luuKiiig euiiaesiiis
suca duties .
ance a }person: of correct habits and leis addressis should beware of trusting to imonnation \vdiuuiKupuiiti.ecasK or other packagc'COli, WuO Under: u>JiiroliT t; ermtenuence as a"eui lur the
good, while it is also in his favor and tendsto lodged between the last day of March and the : t.buoh tpnus, in a manner to ue presciioed by 0Lcr or Ovcupaui. or share oat C m nu poas. saiuu orct.stuuy ;
iuy v es:: : ei or v easel: latendeil to Ou used on
:2ntt of sjtuissiouer
April. quantity au111JOOI of the'Cou
awaken some sympathy, that he bringswith tubuch cask thou liCUi.eee 111 me uiuuuiuctUiu cf oeei, lagtr ocer,
or with
package tne
date of
inspec- ...\:. 1'vU.c., or oaier Biniar
Truly leru.eaied
him, an interesting family. yours, tii the name of the inspector, and shall makeref a llq UO.21. culier tut

The little schooner in which he arrived was LE DIABLE, all spines so inspected, and the name oi the obiter: atCUt, 01 otnerwise, bUaii, none U.l.j'0 day
meet o to
u.Utld be
> entered, iu a UOOK to
in ballast ui to be COllector, aud a duplicate thereof to the ou kept uyuipoae
which consists of Capt. &C. luLu
an lor u..l.t
apparently hud wnicu suuu be aJ
a.< of the district and tue open i
jumbled heap of EilL'lisll! coal. --- .---.----- -- -. btpau on all ; duty imposed by law limes: CX\tIt t>uuu< y,,; DftWeeu the nsaig ami ht.i11g
spirits so inspected and not removed
CO-PAKTNERTI1IP : "_. . ul vie bah, toi me lus 'ecttOU 01 salts
Until this very weeA, no one has known TIll > HERE I lit W.J. uuuucu >%ureauiiae.::! AUU uuyHt'uipt l'el"bOn who u.&e8ivr. asslsaiL:
I"J.: LOhttur
deputy uector .
or insp: ..tul', v\no
what under tint fore existing between iraudiuemly to e'.d.ehe of du-
waY cvaL W. C. Moirill and J. K. tikt pa.) went way ta&e auy la.aiueb or niemorandunis: or t. Al1cI.LSLutJ'cU

A few days since, several soldiers and sailors biiokney Uuiou: is us puohshera mutual and proprietors of the Florida inuiiuer any spirits tue maik disulled: as uioresaiu, by changing WC l1uauULj pucia.;es, or uuiaber of bairela and
by cask
consent dissolved upou auy sucn or
from the date paaaag c 1r..c<<..0J.1..1. pai: u Of U.UTCIS ieiuieuted
in town found to be sheet the nquoi s wake; andalba
were intoxicated hereof.
to Toe business will be continued by J.K. Sticky suns 01 one hundred dollars breach cask tug quantity sold, or removed for

the great annoyance of the Commander of he who is authorized to sign the name of the firm in I hbioie oxge t>o altered or changed to be recoveieu as: huern.g: separate: Account ol toe several cousuiupviou sinus ,lidutlCC1lhlOll.o orsa.C
the Post and the Provost liquidation of all claims or demands due orI I provided. Ana any such inspector who "
Marshal, who were or owing to sir :: ; and snail render to said assessor or asoia-
tiooi tHe concern, and make wiugly put upon any such cask or
unable to ascertain the source of supply. iug chums. collections of all out-btand- tiUruUdUieui i nark -hl.llbe liable to toe package an ytaut ueeeaaof, ou me nest day of eacu inoatfi in e..0hear
C. MORUlLL, saiul.Veu. > or wit.uu ten days tlie.-eaner, a general acCuUut
Prominent among our residents are .Alessrs. J. K. 8T1CKKEV. aleiuoeloie provided. lor eacu cask: or package so ill wnaug uueu Irom his boo&a oi the
Welles Fernandina, Fla., April 11. 1865. ifcniiy marked. Ana any person who shall quantity or
-formerly President of the Brunswick el- semi tiny: eujpty cask n itu the pur .. number oi Darrela aud Iractiouai parts of barieia ol each

Railroad-and one of the New York Vander- tfl' or who shall liaudulentiy use iuspectiuumark I Kind of leimenieu liquors made,aud auto: of rue quantity

bilts. T IME, LIiME LIME LIME; I for the purpose of selling any caskorpackiiiiarked any other- bold or move cur consumption: or sale,tor one inouinpiBceediug

-1-4 For Sale, in quantities to suit i s lau that HO inspected Wild day ; and snail verily, or cause iu be
A day or two since these purchaseis by or selling spirits of a
in ,
gentlemen, the qir dinerent verified, rue said entriex, reports, !books, and general
II. T. MOT. quantity Irom that so inspected: shall
presence of the Collector, the Provost Marshal I'ernandinu'1'la.Ayril 20, 1865.OFFICIAL. blot to. a like penalty for each cask or iu.-couut8. and the facts therein set forth, ou oath or
and Robinson .- -- shared package arhruiauun, to be taken before the assessor or asautaut
Capt.. of the Adjutant sold, or used. :
General's Department made affidavits ty. And be it further enottef, That the owner assessor: or other competent omcer, according tube .
to hay- [ ] lorm required by law ; and shall immediately forward
ing seen in the possession of the man Good- LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. at h heir of any expense dwullery, a warehouse or oil refinery, iu conformity,may provide with, to the collector ot the district one of the said duplicate

rich, a pipe of whiskey, which had been AT THE FIRST SESSION such itions alt the Secretary ol the Treasury accounts, duly certified by the assessor or assistant: -'
OF rUBTHIU'l'Y..EIGHTH may sebbor and shall
also pay to the bald collector the duties
shore without pr eat and such warehouse when
brought on the knowledge of approved by the vviucii
are imposed by law un the liquor made fend
CONGRESS. coney bereby declared
the .Custom House officials. a boaded warehouse of the sold
or fur
removed consumption or sale and -
Lnuqes in
anti daail be used only for storing distiled ,
The duty of the Collector might well have CHAPTHK CLIIIII. spirit tined coil oil, or naphtha, aud to be under said accounts mentioned, at me time of rendering the

tried a stouter heart. Goodrich had been on tue c ot the collector or his deputy. And the du duplicate account thereoi as aforesaid. But Where the11la11utat."turer
An Act to provide Internal Revenue to the o oX'aDy beer, lager beer or ale maul
support ty spirits coal-oil, or &C-
the napntha stored in
most friendly terms with him but at sucha Government such tares the in
to pay Interest ou the Public ware mall be paid before it id removed from same one collection district, and own or
time as this, when the life of the country is Debt, and for other purposes. ware unless removed in pursuance: ot law. such occupies a depot or warehouse for the storage and sale

assailed by bloody traitors it ill becomes >E And be further That of sued beer, lager beer, or ale m another collection dis
an SEC. 55. And be enacted distilled
further enacted he
That in addition tojhe trict instead
may, to
paying collector of
spire ill the
officer to considerations duties coal-oil,and naphtha which
weigh of friendship. payable for licenses herein provided, there upon district where the same was mauuiactured toe
uu ei is duties
Hence, the Collector, with his accustomed shall be levied, collected and paid ou all spirits that yed ty proved imposed, and by law marked, may alter the oeing inspect chargeable thereon,present to suca assessor assistant .
be by
distilled and distilled inspector
may sold or and removed for assessor an invoice ol the
determined to his accoio; quantity or number 01 barrels
energy, pursue prize. tne provisions of tots act be -
consumption< or sale, ot first proof, on and alter removed, about to be removed
the first lor
At the same time the Provost Marshal day of W withtoent of tne dUlY,under suchrules and purpose storage and
July, regula-
pro .. .. and sixty-lour, and prior tion. Kin the Rxenninii sale. 8peclt'iug in sach lUYOICe Ule Q.c1> t or war.. iJ.onJIA
ceed to the discharge of his duties. to me nrei; nay ui x eoruary, eigiiteeu uuuurea: ana I er the of SUch trunHnnrtu.tinnDoaa in which he intends to place such Deer, lager-beer----or

By the advice of Capt.; Robinson, who, with sixty-five and gallon a duty of And one dollar and tiny cents on each may ; >e. security The said as spirits Secretary, on, or 01 naphtha the Treasury so re ale shall; and thereupon sucu assessor or assistant assessor
every and
on after February indoise on such invoice his
tha Collector was to share the WObe transferred from permiSaioi: for such
prize and directly me
money duty 01 two dollars distUery
on each and removal, and the
assessor assistant
gallon. or
every or re assessor shall .
o a bonded : at.
that official hired two boatmen to Aud all spirits which warehouse, established in conform -
place him maybe in the possession law and the same Uwe, transmit to the collector ol the dutrictiu
on board of the craft of the distiller, or in public store treasury regulations, and may be which such -
suspected when he im- or bonded trans trorn such waieiiou to depot or warehouse is situated a duplicate -
warehouse, on either the first day of July or February any one other 01'sach invoice and thereafter
bond ; thc1U&IlwactureroI
mediately proceeded below decks and laying aforesaid ehuuse used for the storage of distilled
no duty having been paid thereon shall be the beer lager beer, or ale
so removed
-b.a1l1euder the
spin; nl, or
his naphtha. Awl utter
shovelled held and arrival of
actually over, tHe treated as if distilled: on those days respectively such! same account, aud pay tine same unties, and be
< l
spirits coal-oil
ballast from one end to another. and said duty shall be paid by the owner, ugeut or ware vitnm me, district, or ol naphtha the at the bonded to the same liabilities and penalties as if the beer lager

No contraband was found. superintendent of the still or other vessel in wuich the it has -iUhierred, it shall assessor to which beer, or ale had beeu manufactured in the district to
t e
> again
inspected and
said ,
spirits snail have been distilled withiu five which the same has been
days the di be removed. The comwi ion .
An 1
examination assessed and r
took paid
now place at the after me time of rendering the accounts of on any deficiency of l.uterna11evc.uUt3
spirits &o l"e.40t may prescribe
sucu rules
or the as
office of the Provost Marshal and was assisted chargeable with duty, required to be rendereu by law. allow; number proot gallons beyond sucn deem necessary tor the purpose of carrying the ne may

by the Collector of the Port. And the said duties shall be a lieu on the distillery used ulatio ho leakage commissioner as may ue of estaDhsned i>y the rvg- of tuia section iuto euect.fete. provisions
for distilling the same, with! the stills vessels revenue, receiver frj. And be
Mr. Goodrich wished fixtures, warehouse Ujuriner cn-cted. That the entries
counsel nom tne
but number
was re- and tools therein and on the lot or tract of hind where ions< proof gal made in the books required to be kept by the
a m time bond foregoin -
fused in at the
this given of
the said place
preliminary examination. on distillery is situated, until the said duty nmy distilled snipmeutt ;; secuon shall ou said first day 01 each and
Mr. Welles testified shall be paid : 1'randed, Tout the spirits, coal oil, or naphtha in mouth, or within teu every
that Mr. Goodrich had duty ou all Bpirusshall the pi rehouses: shall be subject to the rules days thereafter, be verified by ,
be e
in a season of friendly confidence exhibited first collected at no lower rate than the bass oi and n us, and be chargeable with the same costs, the oath or athrmauou ot the person or persona by
proof, and shall be increased in whom bUch entries shall have been
proportion for
to him at his house a pipe of whiskey, which' greater sti eugth than the strength of first proof ; Pr any
he admitted having brought on shore from and c.1JJ.tdjUTthu, That any person who snail uutili spirits suujocj shall be in charge of a proper warehouse othccr: may,to be be by the assessor or assistant assessor: or other compeieut -

his schooner after dark and without the without use the game iu the manufacture of auy other urticle desigiy the becretary ol the Tieasury, who, menu officer administering the some, and shall be, in
having taken out a license auu paid SUch the bubsiauve, us follows : "! do swear affirm ,
or that
of (
0pl'oprietor the )
of the Collector warehouse
knowledge of shall have
the ,
us are prescribed by law in the
relation ongoing entries were made
thereto, the joixiy all by we ou tue
the said pipe of whiskey being ignored in the shall, in addition to all other penalties and lorteiture, t>o a said 01 warehouse the distilled, which spirits shall, oil be, or at naphtha the da>s specified, and that they state, according respective to-

vessels manifest ; and that Goodrich further ties be liable thereon.to pay one hundred per centum additional dui" o her of said spirits, oil, or naphtha. Ana the of bCbt'ot'wy knowledge aud beuef, the whole quantity -

disclosed that he had two more in all th 111 the same shall be uertoriaed by the fermented liquors either brewed or breweu audi i ,
pipes the SEC. 56. And be it further enacted soldat the )
That the term I brewery owne lJy in \
owner >rietor oi the warehouse Ule conn.
house, that would be brought into requisitionwhen first proof used in this act and iu the laot the United ifilcer iu uuaer the supervision ty ol-, amounting to-- barrels" -- -- ---- ,. I
this States shall be construed and is ot the same, and at toe expense -I SKC. 67. and be it 4
was exhausted.Mr. I hereby declared to ] : owner or proprietor ot the warehouse. further enacted, That the owner
Vanderbilt corroborated the i mean, that proof of a liquor which corresponds to fifty And n act; shaH 111 auy case be allowed on agent, or superintendent aforesaid shall, iu case: the I 1!

of testimony I degrees Tralle's centesimal hjdronicter, adopted by distill \s, coal-uil, or naphtha, whIch any original entries required to made in his books shall not I f
Welles upon an
in particular.At regulation of the 1 have beeu i
every Treasury .Department, ot August excISe IJ have been pain, either Ol'IOre or after made by himself, subjoiu to the oath or affirmation !

this point in the proceedings the Collector twelfth eighteen hundred and tidy: at tue tempera. It anal cen placed iu a bonded warehouso : t'roridetr the lohowiug oath or affirmation, to be taken as

by the advice of Capt. Robinson des- iu ture of sixty degrees Fahrenheit'* tnermometer. And y .U8tilled spirits, coal.oll, or naphtha aforesaid : "1 do swear(or affirm) that, to the beat or
levying duties J
ou liquors my knowledge and belief
shoos and below the
proof, toe may 0 lawn from the bonded xoregoing entries are '
patched a messenger to Fort Clinch with table contained in the manual warehouse after just and
a fOr inspectors ot'sp1fits, ll.YID e c9ilecwr 01' illtel'n041 revenue for toe and that I have taken an toe mean iu my
demand on the Commandant for prepared by Professar power to make them so.1'
a force suffi McCullaugh, under the superiu- 15trit ch toe warhouse is : ,
situated of the
cient to seize and 'detain the vessel in the tendency of Professer Bauche, and adopted by the lUlp08 w, or may be removed without payment duty I SKC. 68.' endic it further enacted, That the owner !

Treasury Department, shall be used and taken as giv.Ing of the tlle ot agent, or superintendent or any vessel or vessels used
name and for the benefit of the Treasury De the purpose being exported, or lor the iu
proportions of absolute alcohol tormented
in the liquids urpo g rWllJulJed 10r.c-\I On, after the liquors, or of any still, boiler, or .
partment.Mr. gauged and proved according to which duties shall be an 01 the spirits oil or naphtha be quantity other vessel used in the distillation 01 spirits oa "
.' Goodrich levied, until) otherwise ordered by the re- which duty is payable, who shall ;
admitted that he had no wit Secretary of the moveden ascertained and inspected according to neglect or refUse to

nesses to examine and little to Treasury, who is hereby authorized to adopt such hy the prd of law, under such rules and regulations m a lr'. report of the same, or ,..
very say in his drometers and prescribe such rules to do, or cause to be done
defence and )emulations as as tne bn of such bond or other the any 01 the tbing* by law re.
but he woujd like to iiitexo gate the be may deem necessary to insure a uniform system of : secret he Treasury may prescribe.security And as quired to be done as aforesaid, shall forfeit for every' .
. wituesseswho had testified inspection and gauging of spirits any such neglect or refusal all the ;
against him. Per subject to duties spirits, naphtha so removed for distillation shall liquors and spiriu made.
mission throughout the United States. by Oi::for him, and all the vessels used 4
beretiq the warehouse in .
the and shall be making the
being granted inspecter "
following again -
conver- SEC. 67. And be it same, and the stills boilers
further enacted, That : and other
sation ensued every person ie duty shall be pant to the said collectoron Ve&lela..aaed in
:, who shall be the owner of any still, boiler, or other ves- auyjncy or reduction beyond the allowance distillation, together with the sum of live hundred dol- ; i

if,. Goodridi,--Do you swear positively, sel, used, or Intended to be used, for the purpose of distilling tor los distillation established by the commis.slOner lars, to be recovered with costs of suits ; ,which said "

Mr. Welles, that you saw the PiPcof whiskey?p spirituous liquors, as hereinbelore provided or lal revenue in the number of proof gal. liquors spirits, with the vessels containing the same, .
who shall have all the vessels used in ; {
Mr. Welles-I do such still, boiler, or other vessel under Ions reexporttoresaid.t the warehouse lor the purpose of being making the same, may be
solemnly. his superintendence, either as agent for the owner or And nothing in this section seized by any collector or deputy collector of internal

Collector.--Tliat's conclusive-I don't think on his own account ; and every person who shall use shall b Lied to prevent the manufacture for ex- duties, and held by him until a decision shall be had .

it worth while to waste more time; I've decided any still, boiler or other ,vessel: an atoresaid, either as ponati out paymeut of duty, of medicines, pre- be thereon made according to,law : Provided, ,'l'hatauch seizure ..-:

to seize the vessel owner, agent, or otherwise, shall, from day to day, para '.uons,perfumery cosmetics, cordials within tuirty days after the cause tor the same, ,.. J
Mr. make true and exact entry or cause to bo entered in are and manutactured wholly or'in have come to the knowledge, the collector or ,

Goodrich-I insist oa my right. I am book to be kept far that purpose, the number of gallons domes i, as provided for in this act. part o(. deputy collector, and that proceedings to enforce said ,n t;

an American citizen Mr. Vanderbilt do you of spirits distilled and also the number sold, or removed Stc. be it further enacted, That the entries foneiture:shall have [beeuj commenced by such collec .

swear to the same statements? for consumption or sale and the proof thereof ; requ e inane in' the buoks of the distiller, as tor the'within twenty days after the t.cizll;C thereof. And .',
Mr. which book shall always be open in the Sundays afore the proceedings to enforce said forfeiture of A .
Vanderbitt daytime [ on first, eleventh, and twenty-ttrst said pro- ,'..
do sir. excepted,] lor the inspection of the gild &assessor days 0 nd every month, or within five day Pm'f a proceeding in rem, ..t.,; .
Collector--impatiently-} What more is i J assistant assessor, collector, deputy collector or inspector therca .erified by oath or affirmation of the per- m the circuit or distrie. court of the United States for ", ,'::"

? What's the use of wasting the val- transcripts who may take any minutes, memorandums or I j son or by whom such entries shall have Leon the court district of where such seizure is made, or iu any other ,

cable time of the Provost thereof ; and shall render to said as<:ssor or j! wade, atn or affirmation shall be certified at competent jurisdiction. '
Marshal t> assistant assessor, on the first, eleventh and SEC. 69. And ie H j miner
twenty j the cn entries by the assessor, or assistant asr in which the duties enacted. That in all cases t
jI aforesaid '
t payable ou spirits distillit. p

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land-warrant broker within the meaning of TAX COMMISSIONERS _SALES.
\. ed and sold. or removed for consumption or sale or any auctioneer; who shall sell any goods, or Cities as a business of buying and selling
act who makes a
beer, lager beer: ale, porter, and other similar fermented otherwise than by auction, without,bavipD. thlg of furnishing them to settlers or other I t

liqu n, shall not be paid at the time of rendering out a license for that purpose, shall be subject ,fable land-warrants, or ."... ,- ,,.._., : r NITED STATES SALE OF

;, the account of the same, or at the time when they to the penalty Imposed upon persons dealiJormoffitfef ..persons......Tw6lvd, :' CitU Iiro k rwD01RJannua1- aleso-do nor LANDS ;UNPAIB DIRECT TATK3 V

shall have become pa able,. as herein ixqui CL.tcL-iba. ,..n"-t..llJn t-trad1D8' eeUin tt:1L1271t'QOdI exeeed ten thousand"dollars, shall pay for each,}Ucenletheeum'often'dollari.iand .i, i FCJR
collettbr'bpuly doII ref Uifidlitriet-tbe.perlOtf{ "' wKEoot license, notwithstanding an tt exceeding the DISTRICT pFrLonfpA.'NOTICE .

; ,i' or persons chargeable therewith shall pay, in addition, I granted aforesaid, for the purpose :of : exer ;!, < IIollar. : for each "gottenthousand is hereby given .that the several lota and parcela
ten centum 1 on,the amount thereof and until inch I carrying on the trade;olr;bUBiness7pr an au jr ; dollars/one '
per ; dollars. whose business it Is to buy, ; of land ttuate in the, :city ,of_Jacksonville, countyi
and Any person
f duties, with such addition, shall be paid; they shall be I and where"such'goods w commodldes are.the,ly sheep shall ,be on.'sidered' .- :
deal in cattle hogsor; ,
liquors of licensed' to deer, or sell, or -;
and remain a lien upon the distillery where I such I' any person or persons duly
aI broker. :
have been distilled, and upon the brewery.:where retail, or trade in,'or sel1"the same, such p rptJl'ons Thirteen as produce brokers'whose annual- sales do' non-payment of the Direct Tax charged thereon, tinder

such liquors have been brewed, and upon: the stills,' having made lawful entry of his, her,Jir dollars, snail
often 'thousand pay the Act entitled "An'Act to provide increased, revenue
exceed the
boilers vats, and all other implements thereto belong house or premise a for such purpose, it shall ,ay, ,not sum other than
,. ten dollars for each license. Every person, from imports, to pay interest on the public debt and for
i lug and the lot or. tract of bind whereon the distillery bo lawful for any person exercising or carry ingje
upon wholesale or.retail other 6tb 1861 and
broker, approved 'August an
Id one holding a license as a ,purposes; ,
11 have trade business of auctioneer being duly
an '
is situate until the sh or
or same is or sell ,agricultural Act entitled Act for the collection of direct
:dealer whose occupation It to buy ,""an taxes in '
been And in of refusal or neglect to for that purpose, to sell'such goods '.C9IDIYlG r '
1 paid. case pay : : and whose annual sales do not exceed insurrectionary; districts within the the addition within ten after and on behalf of such or persons fa'e ] or farm'products gt
8a.d duties with days person
ten thousand dollars, shall be regarded as A pro- for other purposes, approved June 7tb, 1862, and that
the same shall hare become payable, the amount there. or premises,without taking- but a seperate liefsuch r "
several lots and of land situate in'the
this act. parcels city
of be recovered by distraint and sale of the goods, sale. The provisions of this section shall duce broker under '
i may dollars
shall twenty -
brokers aforesaid
Fourteen. Commercial pay county will be sold at public auction on
chattels'and effects of the delinqu. nt. rly to judicial executive officers making aucf 8 '
I or firm whose business the 15th of
day May IBM
for each license. Any person ,
Sat 70. And be further enactedThat every person by virtue of any judgement or.decree of any c r
made and it is as a broker, to negotiate sales or purchases of Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, at
licensed as aforesaid to distil spirits, or licensed as a public by executors admiaistra '
merchandise, n t otherwise, the Public Market House in the of Jacksonville
the And be That note goods wares, produce or city
brewer, who shall neglect or, refuse to furnish SEC. 78. it further enacted
l for in this act, or seek orders therefor, Florida. and to be continued from day to day
account and duplicate thereof as hereinbefore provided, hereinbefore provided for shall, if granted,,be |r provided aU
unbroken packages cr to nego- until of said lots or parcels of land sold.
in original or are
\ or who shall refuse to permit the said assessor, assistant construed to exempt'any'p' carrying on th ,
M. assessor, collector or deputy collector, or inspector business, or profession specified in said lice tiate freights and other business for the owners of vessels 86 JX ft. front on Newnan St. of Lot 1, Block 2,tax and
:. to examine the books iu the manner provided for, any penalty or punishment provided by the la or for the shippers or consignors or consignees penalty $1.62.
carried vessels shall be regarded a commercial 16 feet front on Bay street, of.Lot 3 Block 10 tax
freight by and
when requested, shall, for every such refusal or neglect, state for carrying on such trade, business, or p
,k forfeit the Bum of three hundred dollars. within such state or in any manner to antho: broker under this act. penalty $4.32.
commencement or continuance of such trade 1 Fifteen. Custom-house brokers shall pay ten dollarsfor 36 }, ft. front on Bay street, of Lot 3, Block 10, tar

LICENSES.: profession contrary tc the laws of such state or each license. Every person whose occupation is, as penalty $8.10.

SKC. 71. And be further, enacted, That no person, I prohibted municipal law ; nor shall any the agent of others,to arrange entries and other. customhouse 30 ft. on Newnan st. 52 J, on Bay st. of Lot 3, Block

firm, company, or corporation shall be engaged in, I cense be held or construed to prevent or proh papers, or transact business at any port of entry 10, tax and penalty $5.40.

prosecute, or carry on any trade, business, or profes-I state from placing a duty or tax for state or otl relating to the importation or exportation of goods, 110, being 20 ft. front on Forsyth st., 50 feet deep of

s 1 sion, hereinafter mentioned and described, until he or poses on any trade, business or profession foa wares or merchandiseshall be regarded a custom-house Lot 4, Block 10, tax and penalty, 432.

they shall have obtained a license therefor in the manner license is required by this act ; norj[ shall a broker under this act. Lot corner of John and Bay Street, Gas Company,
hereinafter Sixteen. Distilleries shall fifty dollars for each tax and $27.
I' provided. son carrying on any trade business, or profess pay penalty
SKC. 72. And u further enacted, That every person, which a license is required by this act, be e: license. Every person firm, or corporation who dis- Lots 1 and 4, West % of lot 2 and West lz cf lot 5,

'*'/ firm, company, or c; rporation required by this act to from procuring such license, or from any pe: tils or manufactures spirits for sale shall be deemed a block 41, tax and penalty $16.20.

obttin a license to engage in any trade, business or punishment herein provided by, or in conseq distiller under this act : Provided, That any person, 52H feet square S. E. corner lot 6,block. 23, tax and

profession, for which a license is required, by law, shall any state law either authorizing or prohibiti: firm, or corporation distilling or manufacturing less penalty $1 08.HEADQUARTERS. yt

register with the assistant assessor of the assessment trade, business or profession.SKC. than three hundred barrels per year shall pay twenty. .. ---,- -- -- --- -- -- --- -
district in which he shall design to carry on such trade 79.,And be further enacted, That there five dollars for a license : And provided, further, Thatno t j ti- ::1 I -;;::

business or profession first his or their name or style paid annually for each license granted, the su license shall be required for any still, stills or other I.j" ;::; II 10._<... ;:::

and in case of a firm or company, the names of the several in stated, respectively. Any number of perboi apparatus used by druggists and chemists for the recov- 'I p i c f <;;) ty uN :

persons constituting such firm or company, and cept lawyers, conveyancers, claim agents, phy ery of alcohol for pharmaceutical and chemical or sci- I ICI 1 1.! .; h of t h Co.

their places of residence ; second, the trade, business, dentistscattle brokershorse entific purposes which has been used in those processes:

or profession for which a license is desired ; third the dlers surgeons caarying on,such business in copartnersli dealersa And provided further,That distillers,of apples grapes, East '4 of 2 I 2 21;$ 1 08 I I

I place where such trade, business, or profession is to be transact such business at the place specified i and peaches, distilling or manufacturing less than one 4 21 5 40 2 ;1281 1 2 15
carried if rectifier the number of barrels barrels from the same shall 6 I 1350 3 and 4 31 1620
fourth and
on ; a license, and not otherwise that is to say :- hundred fifty per year I 31(
c he designs to rectify ; if a peddler, whether designsto One. Bankers pay twelve and one half dollars for a license for that 1 8 10 7 and 8 31 10 80
using or employing a capital
East of 2 7 56 I 2 and 3 32 6
travel on foot, or with one, two, or more horses ; if ceeding the sum of fitty thousand dollars, shall purpose. lx 31 48
r an innkeeper, the yearly rental value of the house and hundred dollars for each license ; when using Seventeen. Brewers shall pay fifty dollars for each l 8 10 I 6 321 5 40
to be occupied for said if not rented firm or corporation who man- 3 and (j 41 8i 10 1 108
property purpose ; ploying a capital exceeding fifty thousand doll license. Every person, 1 331
I the assistant assessor shall value the same. All of which every additional thousand dollars in excess ufacures fermented liquors of any name or description, 4 4 32 w.J of 7 275

I facts shall be returned duly certified by such assistant thousand dollars, two dollars. Every person, fi for sale, from malt wholly or in part, or from any sub- 7 41 2 75 1 341 8 10

I f assessor, both to the assessor and collector of the district: company, and every incorporated or other bank stitute therefor, shall be deemed a brewer under this 1 13 50 i 2 34 756

and thereupon, upon payment to the collector or deputy ing a place of business where credits arc I act : Provided, That any personfirm, or corporation 2 51 275'I. 434 81
of the district the amount. as hereinafter provided the deposit or collection of or open, I who manufactures less than five hundred barrels per 3 51 5 40 5 34: 10 80
money i
such collector or deputy collector shall make out and to be paid or remitted upon draft, check currency, or ordi, : year shall pay the sum of twenty-five dollars for a lie 5 and 6 51 1350' 7 134 810

\ deliver a license for such trade, business, or profes- where is advanced or loaned stocks I cense. 1. 4 and 5 621 60 1, 2,4,5 131j 24 35
money on J
s sion. Rectifiers shall twenty-five dollars for a 6 10 80 I 3 36 8 10
bullion, bills of exchange, or promisory notes Eighteen. pay
SEC. 73. And be it further enacted That if any person stocks, bonds, bullion, bills of exchange, or pros, orj each license to rectify any quantity of spirituous liquors (; 6 I 10 80 I 2 37 540

I or persons shall exercise or carry on any trade, business notes are received for discount or sale, shall be rt' I not exceeding five hundred barrels, packages, or casks, 4 7 594 I 4: 37 2 70

or profession, or do any act hereinafter mentioned ed a banker under this act : Provided, That i I containing not more than forty gallons to each barrel, 5 7 R 10 I 5 37 8 10

for the exercising, carrying on, or doing of which I ings-bank having no capital stock and whose any bit package, or cask of liquor so rectified : and twenty-five 6 7 2 75 9 3'1 10 80

I trade, business, or profession, a license is required by is confined to receiving deposits and loaning the f i dollars additional for each additional five huqdred such 81 1 71 4: 32 I -I 38 4: 32

his act, without taking out such license as in that behalf for the benefit of its depositors, and which dd barrels, packages, or casks, or any fractional part thereof. 1 and 4 I 9','' 10 80 5 38 108

required, he, she, or they shall, for every such of- other business of banking shall not be liable to a' Every person, firm, or corporation, who rectifies, 2 9. 216 w2w3'5
fence, besides being liable to the payment of the tax, a license as a banker. p : purifies, or refines spirituous liquors or wines by any 5 I 9i 2 16 I 3 and 6 U 16 20

be subject to imprisonment for a term not exceeding Two. Wholesale dealers whose annual sales I process, or mixes distilled spirits, whiskey, brandy, 6 9i i 9 72 3 and 6 42 5 40

t t two years or a tine not exceeding five hundred dollars, exceed fifty thousand dollars shall fifty doll( .I gin, or wine, with any materials for sale under the name N. E.1 4 of 6 101 4 32 \ I, 4 U 6 '8'V.
or both one moiety of such fine to the use of the United pay wine .. H of 5 5 40 I 1 4 1 35
;t each license ; and if exceeding fifty thousand d I I of whiskey, rum, brandy, gin, or auy other name,
States, the other moiety to the use of the person who for every additional thousand dollars in oi I shall be regarded as a rectifier under this act. 9-10 of -I 10 1080 I 3 47 540
r shall first give information of the fact whereby said forfeiture thousand dollars, one dollar. Every person shj j Nineteen. Coal-oil distillers shall pay for each license E. % of 2 110' 10 80 I -1 and 5 47 9 72

I I'' was incurred. regarded as a wholesale dealer under this act i the sum of fifty dollars. Any person firm, or corpora- lkw.19ft 211 8478 Nw.. % 6 47 324
SEC. 74. />idle further enacted That in every license business it is to sell or offer to sell, any goods, v"l 9 tion, who shall refine, produce, or distil crude or refine E. 86 ft 2 ,11 5 40 2 and 5 \48 5 403t12

t to be taken out under or by authority of this act, or merchandise of foreign) or domestic production I petroleum or rock-oil or crude coal-oil, or crude or re- 10 80 6 48 3 18

I hall be contained and set forth the purpose, trade, including wines, spirits, or malt-liquors whose ai I fined oil made of asphaltum, shale,peat.or other bitum- 1 12 9 12 3 "49I 32I
business; or prof ssion for which such license is granted sales exceed twenty-five thousand dollars. And v inous substances,or shall manufacture coal illuminating 2 13 108 4 and 5 49 5 40

>r and the name and place of abode of the person or license required by any wholesale dealer shall n<, oil, shall be regarded a coal-oil distiller under this act. I 1 14 13 50 6 1491 3 18

I persons taking out the same ; if for a lectifier, the fora less amount than his sales for the previous j H Twenty. Hotels, inns, and taverns shall be classified 2 14 81 I 1 5 40

't' quantity of spirits authorized to be rectified ; if by a unless he has made or proposes to make some cli Sand rated according to the yearly rental, or, if not rented 3 17 6 45 350' 432

\\ 1.\i peddler, whether authorized to travel on foot, or wit i in his business that will, in the judgement of the i 1 according to the estimated yearly rental, of the house 2 17 756 \50t 81

or [one,] or two, or more horses, the time for which sor or assistant assessor, reduce the amount of hi rand property intended to be occupied for said purpose, 1anti 5 18 5401 II 5 81

I r nuc license is to run, and the date or time of granting nual sales ; nor shall any license,as a wholesale d gas follows, to wit : All cases where the rent or valua- 2k61181/ 594 1 and 4: 51 275

such license, and (except in the case of auctioneers and allow any such person to act as a commercial br ijtion' of the yearly rental of said house and property 3 & 7' 1181 216 I 2 and 5 51i 32

t I peddlers) the place at which the trade, business ort Provided, That any license understated and -shall be two hundred dollars, or less, shall pay ten dol.wlars. -I and 8 18' 5 40 3 and 6 51 8 &I

profession for which such license is granted shall be be again assessed, and that no person holding may a lie: And if exceeding two hundred dollars for any 1 19 I 08 3 52 1 62

1 \, carried on ; I'rvnded, That a license granted under as a wholesale dealer in liquors shall be require additional one hundred dollars or fractional part thereOf 4 19 10 80 /West % ot 5 52 2 75

I I a this act shall not authorize the person or persons, (except take an additional license on account of the su]][ in excess of two hundred dollars, five dollars. Every 1 I20 2 75 ,East 31 or 5 2f 2 75

".. lawyers,physicians, surgeons, dentists cattle bro- other goods, wares, or merchandise on the same pr ei i aco where, food and lodging. are provided. for and fur- 220 3 24: : 6 52 r 1 35
i4. kers, horse-dealers, and auctioneers,) or firm, company $:ea. -..ea- to travellers-- and- sojourners- in view- of-payment s. 3;: of 3 20 4 32 ,6 5 40

0 or corporation, mentioned therein, to exercise; or Three. Retail dealers shall pay ten dollars for ech efor shall be regarded as a hotel inn, or taverner 4 20 3 24 6 54'' 134f :

carry on the trade, business or profession specified into license. Every person whose business or occupatioi ill this act : Provided, That nothing herein con- 20 3 24 I 1 59.. sl
such license in any other place than that mentioned ed shall be construed to keeper of hotels 1 2"2 10 80
-' is to sell or ofter for sale any goods, wares, or ner << exempt : 25g.3 24
.. therein, or otherwise provided ; ,but nothing herein ehandise of foreign or domestic production, not inchd- rue, and eating-bouses_in which,liquors arc sold by 4: 22 2 15 t 3 59.1" 3 24 .
contained shall prohibit the storage of goods, wares, il be drank the premises from W. } of 5 22 1 89 {
K--- ing spirits, wines, ale, beer, or other malt liquors, ind to upon taking out : 1 1 08
or merchandise in other places than the place of busi whose annual sales exceed one thousand, and do not ex- use' for such sale, for which license they shall pay E i: of 5 22 1 89 2 //621 1 08

ness, nor the sale by manufactures or producers of their ceed twenty-five thousand dollars, shall be regarded asa ,p of twenty-five dollars. The yearly rental shall be 6 22 432 3162' 108 .

own goods, wares, and merchandise, at the place of retail dealer under this act. and established,by the assessor of the proper dis- E 3 z,2, w. 3 z 3 23 2 75 1 k 4: 1101 f 3 24E.

production or manufacture, or at their principal officeor Four. Wholesale dealers in liquors, whose annual. at its proper value, but if rented, at not less than 7,: 3.4 k 5 6 23 6 48 2 and 3 140

placeof business provided no goods, wares, and sales do not exceed fifty thousand dollars, shall pa ctual rent agreed on by the parties All steamers 3 25 10 80. 3 11021 81
merchandise shall be kept for sale at such office. And easels upon waters of the United States, on board w. 3 a of 1'26 81 .
fifty dollars for each license ; and if exceeding fifty 6 11041.I .. 18
every person exercising or carrying on any trade, business thousand dollars, for every additional one thousand!jhich passengers or travellers are provided with 526 108 5 4! 1620 ,

l or profession, or doing any act for which a license dollars, in excess of fifty thousand dollars, one dollar r lodgings, shall be subject to, and required to 1 and 4 I 1 5 I 12r' 72E322ks5
is shall, on demand of officer of internal
any fivo dollars for each license
Every person who shall sell, or offer for sale, 'any 'distilled wenty : 1620j1
revenue, produce such license, and unless he shall do if there be fraud of collusion in the return of
spirits, fermented liquors, or wines of any kind,! any WATER LOTS. '
be taken and deemed to have license.
so no And
may 1 rent to'the assessor there shall be
in quantities of more than three gallons at one time to! a penaltyto
in case any peddler shall refuse to produce his or her the same purchaser, or whose annual sales, including! double the amount licenses required by this 2 I 13 60 30 fti E corner 23 5 40

license when demanded by any officer of internal reve- sales of other merchandise, shall exceed twenty-five*i m, to be collected as other penalties under this act 5 16 20 West 75 feet 23 10 80

nue, said officer may seize the horse, wagon, and con- thousand dollars, shall be regarded a wholesale deale llecte 6 810 24 and 5 2700

tents, or pack, bundle, or basket of any person so refusing in liquors. inty-one. Eating-houses shall pay ten dollars for 7 27 t E. }; 26 5 40

and hold the same until the license is produced.And Five. Retail dealers in liquors shall pay twenty-five icense. Every place where food or refreshments 9 54' to 28C l 5 40
all licenses granted after the first day of in 10 -
May kind including spirits wines 43 69 29
dollars for each license. Every person who shall eel y ale beer, or 1 540
any year: shall continue iu force until the first day of for casual 12 3 2' t
or offer for sale foreign or domestic spirits, wines ale malt liquors, are provided visitors andor 33 540
May'next succeeding, and shall be issued upon the pay- beer or other malt liquors in quantities of three gallons,] consumption therein, shall be regarded as an 14 I 1 05 f a6 and 37 648.
ment o. a ratable proportion of the whole amount of 15 '
4 05
-bouse under this act. But the I
keeper of
or less, or whose annual sales, including all sales oft an eat-
duty imposed for' such license ; and each license so other merchandise, do not exceed twenty-five thousand ouse having taken out a license therefor, shall be 60 ft r.corner 21 I 2 75 y.
granted shall be dated on the first day of the mouth in
therefor dollars, shall be regarded as a retail dealer in liquor red to take out a license as a confectioner, any. 2'2 1782 !II 1
which the liability accrued.
it enacted under this act. But nothing herein contained shall in this act to the contrarlY[ ] notwithstanding L. D. STICKNEY,
75. And It That
SEC. further the
death of' or persons licensed, under upon authorize.the sale of any spirit. ,wincl3or, malt liquors t cI1 enty-two. Confectioners! shall- pay ten dollars for WILLIAM ALSOP,
any person or
by be drank on the premises.Six. I icenso. Every person who sells at retail confec- AUSTIN SMITH -
virtue of this act the removal of ,
1 upon any person or dealers shall ry, sweetmeats, comfits or other confects in Tax .
persons from the house or premises at which the trade Lottery-ticket pay one hundred any Direct Commissioners for District of Florida.\
license. ing.shall be regarded a confectioner under this r
dollars for each Every person, association,!
business, or profession mentioned in such license
authorized it and shall be lawful for the was firm or corporation who shall make, sell, or offer tor But wholesale and retail dealers, having taken
collectorto MILITARY.
authorize, by may endorsement oh such license or other sell,lottery tickets, or fractional parts thereof, or any! license therefor, shall not be required to take out
certificate device nse as confectioner anything in this act to the
token, or representing, or intend?
wise, as the commissioner of internal revenue shall di- DISTRICT OF
to represent, a lottery ticket, or any fractional notwithstanding.;!
rect the person or persons go removing as aforesaid
thereof of numbers iu euty-three. Claim-agents and agents for SEPARATE
or any policy any lottery, on procur- BRIGADE
to other place to on the trade business
profession any specified, in carry such license, at, the place, or to shall mai ag [any lottery or prel arc schemes lotteries j tents shall pay ten dollars for each license JACKSONVILLE, FLA. April 19th 1865.
whose business it is to claimsof GENERAL ORDERS
the of person prosecute
such have or superintend drawing any lottery shall be*
removed of the
person may ,
executors the executive departments of the federal No. 15. /
administrators the deemed a lottery-ticket dealer under this act. j gov-
or or wife child of such
or de-
ceased person, or the assignee or assigas of such Seven. Horse-dealers shall pay for each license the! nt, or procure patents, shall be deemed a claim In compliance with General Orders No. 46, C. s..
person ent, agent as the case be under this act. Headquarters Dept. of the
so aforesaid who shall sum of ten dollars. Any person whose business it is to may South, the nndersigned-
or removing as be
persons ,
possessed of and the house buy or sell horses or mules shall be regarded a horse nty-four. Patent right dealers shall pay ten dol. assumes command of the District of Florida. The existing
occupy oa premises before
used for such as aforesaid in like dealer under this act : Provided, That one license having r each license. Every person whose business it orders of the District will remain in force until
purpose manuer to
additional license ell, or offer for sale patent-rights shall be otherwise ordered.
been paid, no shall be require regarded
exercise or the trade
carry on same or
pro- of horse-dealer who mt-right dealer under this act. Capt: S. L. McHenry U. S. Sots Is
fession mentioned in such license in or the any keeps a livery-stable, nor on announced as .
upon, same
house or premm-8 at which said or any livery-stable: keeper who may also be a horse- nty-tive. Real-estate agents shall pay ten Assistant Adjutant General and' will be obeyed and re- {
person persons, as dealer. for each license. Every person whose businesssell spected accordingly.The .

aforesaid by \irtuc,of deceased such license or removing before exercised as betore or mentioned carried on Eight. Livery-stable keepers shall pay ten dollars I or offer for sale, real estate, for others, or to I officers serving in the several Staff Department*

such trade, business, or profession for or during the for each license. Any person whose business it is to louses, stores, or other buildings or real estate, or will continue as heretofore, until further orders.
residue ot the term for which such license was origi keep horses for hire, or to let, or to keep, feed, or lect rent for others, shall be regarded as a real- '*. VOGDES,

nally granted. without taking out any fresh license for board horses for others, shall be regarded as a livary- agent under this,act. I 36-lt Brig.-Qen.U>'8.,Yols.HEADQUARTERS .
stable keeper under this act. ferny-six. Conveyances shall pay ten dollars for I '
the residue of such term until the
expiration thereof
: Nine. Brokers shall fifty dollars for each "icense. Every person, other than one holding DISTRICT OF
pay license. -
f'< Prodded, away,;. That fresh entry of t e premises at .
Every firm, or except such as held se as a lawyer or claim-agent, whose business it
which such trade, business, or profession shall continue person company a SEPARATE BRIGADE
ay -- to be exercised or carried on, as aforesaid, shall there- license, as a banker, whose business it is as a broker to iw deeds, bondsmortgage8. willswrits, or other JACKSONVILLE FLA., April 20,'1865. ) .}.
: negotiate purchase or sales of stocks, exchange bullion apers, o to examine titles to real estate, shall ''
upon be stade by, and in the name or names cf, the person GENERAL ORDERS f
coined none ,,bank notes promisory notes rded a conveyancer under this act. ,
or persons to whom such authority, as aforesaid or 16. .
shall be granted. other securities shall be regarded as a broker, under pnty-seven. Intelligence-office keepers shall pay NO. f

SEC. 76. And be further enacted That in this act, and shall make oath or affirmation, according lIars for each license. Every person whose busi- The troops serving in this District will be mustered

where more than one of the pursuits every case 'to the form to,be prescribed by the commissioner of is to find or furnish places' of employment for for pay'on Sunday, ins 30th inst., under the direction
occupations, hereinafter described, shall be or Internal revenue, that all their transactions art made i or to find or furnish servants upon application in of .the several i ost Commanders, viz :
or carried on in the same plate by the same at for a'commission' : Provided Thatany person holding or otherwise, receiving compensation therefore The troops' stationed'Jacksonville, under the'direction -

the same 'time, except as therein mentioned person, license license as a banker shall not be required to take out regarded as an intelligence-office keeper undert. of ULB.; C. Tilghman, 3d U. S. C.'T. .

'' must be taken out for each according to the rates license a!?: a broker. 'i he troops arFernandina, under the. direction of '

,I rally prescribed :t Provided, That in cities and towns seve Ten Pawnbrokers, using or employing a capital of aty-eight. Insurance agents shall pay ten dol- Capt. F. W. Webber. 3d'U. S. C. T. _,.

having a lets'population than six thousand persons according not exceeding fifty,thousand.dollars, shall pay ffity dol- each license. Any person who shall act as The troops stationed at St. Augustine, under the. direction :

: to the last prececding census, one license, if so lars for each license, and when using or employing a jf any*fire, marine,'life,-mutual, or other insu- Major Henry Allen, rjth Conn. Vols. .4

applied for;'may embrace the.buslnc8s of land warrant capital exceeding: fifty thousand dollars, for every additional ompany or companies, shall be regarded as an By order Brig.-Gen-!..VOGDES, .-

1 brokers, claim agents, and .real estate agents, upon thousand dollars in excess of fifty thousand dollars ce agent under this act : Provided, That no S. L.. ,YCHEN'BT, -
j two dollars. Every whose business shall be required of any insurance agent or bro- _36-1t :Asst. Gen'l.
;,. = W payment: of the highest fee for licenses applicable to person or oc- Aajt.. .
: either one of said Pursaitr. cupation it is to take or receive,by way pledge, pawn, Jose receipts, as such agent, are less than the sum ,

"t r K SEC. 77. And be further enacted That no auctioneer or exchange, anv goods, wares, or merchandise, or any i hundred dollars in any one year. ALUABLE PROPER1Y: FTR(

: shall be authorized by:virtue:of Us license as such kind personal 1 pr9pertY.what, for the repaymentor ity-nine. Foreign *insurance agents shall pay
ll \rs for each license. Florida.-Several
of Every who ,
lent thereon shall shall
security be deemed person
k ; to other to money a
; + employ any person act as auctioneer, Houses and Lots suitable -
of for :Winter Residences. Also
gent fire
t pawnbroker under this act. any foreign marine, life, mutul or '
f S in his behalf, except in his own store or warehouse, several Vacant _Lots the
most desirable in the
Eleven. Land warrant shall surance company or companies shall bd city'
'' yeas
or In his presence, or by virtue of said license : pay twenty- :. for.erecting '

; io sell any goods: or other property at private: ,yale! and :"five) dollars for each license. Any person shall: be regarded- a foreign insurance agent under this act. i b1ildingpply't W. C. MORltILL, I

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