Florida union
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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: May 6, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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THE FLORIDA UNION, bany, and then were returnedlo the, stockade STATEMENT DEATUS CABX FOB 71 ELEVEN, 1865. MONTHS EXDDfG JA.. TENNESSEE.

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY Andersonville., On the return ,many, In Prison Hospital.. .. .. .. .. .... .... u sue
IS I In Stockade.... ........ ............ .... 4150 '
J. K. S T'' C K N E Y whose condition was such as to render In Small Pox Hospital..- .... .. .... .. 74 Ratification of the Constitutional

them utterly unfit to undertake such a Amendment
' TERMS : Total .... .... ..., .. .... .. .........12,640 AbolishingSlavery.. ..',
Two Dollars per Annum in Advance.No march, and who had been bouyed up by the The Legislature of Tennessee assembled .
The above is
statement made
Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. from the T'I ,
Single copies five cents. hope of soon being among friends, as soon as records kept in the office of the Medical at Nashville on Monday, the 3d instant, and. 0

insertion.ADTKBTISEMEKTS Twenty-five cents per line each they set out to return dropped on the way. Department of the prison, and furnished by a after electing their officers, both houses adjourned .

I Advertisements not ipocify ing time will be marked Others prcferred'to die in the woods rather memberof a New York Zouave Regiment, until Tuesday, the 4th inst. On that
f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly. than who was employed as clerk there. :.
) return to the prison pen. How many day the amendment to the Federal Constitution -

2 Boot Job and Caj% Printing of every variety neatly thus perished it is impossible to learn, or THEIR PRESENT CONDITION. "that neither slavery
executed at the UNION office. The camp of the prisoners is now removedto nor involuntary ;
--- even to conjecture with any degree of accu- servitude,' as punishment for crime .
) a pleasant location on the banks of the except .. !

SUMTER PRISON, GA. racy. river at what is known as "the other side of whereof the parties shall have been duly convicted -

|V TIlE SECOND DEPARTURE.On the creeV' Brevet Briu-Gereral: B.C. Tilgh-i shall exist within the United States .

the 17th of the man, is in coil nand. Dr. D. T. Bundy, isI I I:
'J The following lines were composed by Sergt. P. J. April prisoners were the Surgeon in charge. 'the camp has been or any place subject to their jurisdiction"
Co. "F" 147th Pa. Regt, at AndersonviIle, on suddenly removed from the stockade to Ma-
Hyatt l
put in complete order. The men are in "A" was adopted in the Senate, and in the House, : }
the 1st of January 1865, who died the day after he con The of Columbus and
capture the "
tents, shaded in front with neat "bowers. respectively, without a single dissenting .
wrote them. movements of the Federals in that direction The "Clyde"| arrived on Sunday with the voice. After this .
When our country called for men, we came from forge, clothing ancl, stores. Thursday man significant vote, the new
created every
a big scare the rebel
and and mill, among garrison. Governor W. G. Brownlow
store was supplied with clothing and full provision took the oath of
From workshop, farm and factory the broken ranks to They momentarily expected the arrival of .
fill.Ve Yankee a made for supplying them regularly with office as administered by Judge Millington :
\ left our quiet homes and the ones we loved so guard. The prisoners were rations. This has been brought about by the and then delivered his .
well, hurried off with the utmost haste to Macon exertions of I inaugural address. ;

vanquish felL all oar Union foes, or fall where others to be confined, as they supposed, in a stockade indefatigable assisted y Capt. Johnson,.Major The Thompson services of, I I The brave General George H. Thomas, commanding _' .

Now in prison drear we languish,and it is our constantcry' 'near that city, which they had been told 31 r. A. S. Day, formerly of the U. S. Sanitary the army of the Cumberland, was '
, prepared for them. They did not re- Commision, was useful in present with Generals Roseau
very distributing Miller
. Oh ye who yet can save us, will you leave us here to main long in Macon. That city was too liableto little articles of donated the 3Iilroy,
, die. change hands. They were sent off with cf the place.luxury by merchants and Cooper, and the occasion drew a .

all possible despatch to large crowd of ladies and citizens. '
Albany again and Governor
/1'The voice of slander tells you that our hearts are weak ':.
again made the march to Thomasville. THE NUMBER NOW HERE.
..I with fear ; They Brownlow's address makes more than a '
That all, or nearly all, of us were captured in the rear. were speedily placed on board the cars and By Saturday noon, about all of the first
The scars upon oar bodies, from musket-balls I and brought down to Lake City where they ar- fifteen hundred had arrived. The remainderwere column and a half in the Nashville Dupatc7i, .

f The missing shot, legs and shattered arms a thousand tales rived about the first of last week. brought in on' Sunday and Monday. and is eminently patriotic. '

,. ./ will tell.t AT LAKE CITY The number receipted for by Major Thompson c:.-.--------_
"We have tried to do our duty in sight of God on high. I Pro ost Marshal General on Thursday
: Oh ye who yet can save us, will you leave us here to They were detained till Friday morning. night is as follows : Retribution in East Tennessee.

die. 1 Very little restraint was placed upon them. I OFFICERS Major; 4 Captains 51st The secesh left in East Tennessee are being- .
; "
! There are hearts with hopes still beating in our pleas- They lay principally in a swamp near the : Lieutenants; 4 Second Lieutnants. Total 14. put.through" by Parson Brownlow and the01al ;
: Northern homes, town. It was at first the intention of the i NON-COMMISSIONED \ courts. The Union men are prosecuting -
OFFIcERs-Sergeants ,
! Waiting watching for the footsteps that may never rebel authorities to detain them here, until 243 ; Corporals 339. Total 582. such of their old secesh neighbors as t
; more retnrn ; arrangements for an exchange at Jackson- I have any property for damages for what-
! In a Southern prison pining,meagre,tattered, pale and PRIVATES-2732. Making a Total of 3328 '
; gaunt ville had been made with the United States inclusive. they suffered in the beginning olthe rebellion,

! Growing weaker, weaker daily from pinching cold and authorities. Finding that their commissary. LIST OF OFFICERS. and juries give any amount of damages

p I, want stores were likely to become reduced too fast, asked. By this process the ,Union men intend -
There captured brothers,lie.sons, and husbands, poor and hopeless and the' movements of the Union forces The following list of the officers with their to get all the property into their own

Oh I ye who yet can save us, will you leave us here to, '.making it somewhat uncertain, when and rank, regiments and- number of.'..months confined hands. Brownlow's Knoxville Whig of the' :;

die. how they were to 'replenish' their supply : 1st mentions three cases of this sort; that of :

when it became exhausted the rebels concluded Major N. Cutler, 2d Maine Cavalry. 9 I Parson Brownlow himself who obtained a

I Just outside at hand our, prison gate. there is a grave and''near not to even waste time in going I mcntto 7 ; H ; .". : J 4? ? >' Lyerdict of ,$25,000,damages ogainst 'three sencesh .),
Captain AWJi d n f-Tnd.21-2 months?
l I Where lie 15,000 Union men beneath the Georgia sand. through the necessary forms parolling them. t citizens; 'Horace";Fpstcr,; the same t1 t .
i Scores and scores are laid beside them as day' succeeds I I They were unconditionally released, and Captain J. II. Hafford, 10th Ohio Cavalry amount, from o' her parties, and the heirs of

each day, accompanied by a rebel guard to the White 5 months. } Sam. Pickens, $40,000 against others. ''Brown- ;
.lad thus it shall be ever till the last shall pass away. '
Capt W/C, 39th'Ohid
And the last can say when ding, with uplifted, glazing House, who then left them to proceed to Jack- 'BuckJ 5 1-, .mo nibs low says the damages! should have been put i

eye. sonville. They needed no second bidding. 1st Lieut.. E. Rittenowef"! x 6thj Jlissquri,, 6 higher, but the juries gave all that wasasked, ;
Roth faith and love are dead at home: they'have left months. and did not take five minutes; to decide in
us here to die. ARRIVAL AT JACKSONVILLE.: 1st Lieut. A. G. Hunter ;
82d Ind. 21-2
/ Adjt. either case, and he advises all Union men..
.. The foremost of the number reached the. months. who have ,been robbed 'to commence suits. :

ARRIVAL OF RELEASED UNION Union picket line'about four P. M. Soon after 1st LieutW.. Aspen,? 2idN ewlJerseyr; t' I The fight'ng parson is not mollified either by : .:
to arrive in the months.
began town.
they They his $25,000 or his governorship but cries
PRISONERS came in groups of twenty and upwards. .' 1st Lieut. T. S. Berry, 114 111. 11 months. I put:-, ,.' ,V i

.They entered at the gate at the head of 1st Lfeut. W. G. Wilson, 99th U. S. 2 Impoverish the villains take, all they, t ,i:
---''street. Most of them'took months.2d .
a siraight
Thirty-two Hundred Union Prisoners course for the river, as if by instinct. They Lieut. P. B. O'Hara: 56th Ill. 3 months. have-gIve they have crIppled'their effects and ImprIsoned-and to.the Union men let, I':>. :

Brought Hundred Down Brought to to Florida-Fifteen the Rebel Outpost kept arriving till after dark, even then there 2d toit. H. E. Crawford. 39th 'Iowa, 7 them have.their Southern rights !1' .They i
were still out in the woods months. :
many. to come in would
and Turned\tlioose-Their.Appear swore they carryon the war until: .!
the next day. About. fifteen hundred were intjiis 2d Lieut. D. Murphey 1st : "t''
Kentucky -
ance and Condition ,," they exhausted the last little negro,'an j lost, i
lot of arrivals. 9 :
1 Their appearance as they months.2d their lands. Put it to them is our advice .
0n iTriday afternoon of last'. week,.sliortly 'passed 'along' was pitiable in the extremeTheir : Lieut. T. Oliver, 9th Penn. Cavalry, 21-2 'most religiously! -fleece them, and let them "

before sunset, ,commenced to ,arrivein clothing'was in tatters;; th faces were months. know how other men feel when robbed of all ,r''' ;

squads of from twenty to, fifty, the first installment b'egrimmed with dirt and black smoke from Capt. Wilson French 17th Connecticut they have! Let them be punished-let them; :
pine ; they nearly 'were all without Vols., who was captured last be "impoverished them be slain and
of 3,200 Union'prisoners, the stir shoes i February, arrived :
without .
; many were hats. Large num on Thursday evening. He has been after slain, let them be damned !1" : :

viving inmates of the rebel prison pen at bers were affected with scurvy. Yet their confined in theJ'ar'a l t Lake City. The remainder If any are anxious lest the traitors of the :

Andersonvillc, Georgia. Thirty-two hundred countenances wore a cheerful appearance: of the officers were paroled and sent South may fare too'well in the reconstructed "'

had been removed from Andersonville some One intelligent looking youth as he observed North by way of Vicksburg. states, let them listen to Gov. Brownlow and > < : .
bystandprs looking intently at him and be comforted.. "'
antI brought into Florida via Albany andThomasville his comrades in the group exclaimed. "We DEATHS IN HOSPITAL. : I .

for the purpose of exchangeAn are dirty and ragged, but we are loyal yet." Corp. John Hampton, Co. D, 3d Ill. cav. : 1.
I W. Clayton, Co. II, 109th New -York. A Rebel Expression or Opinion Regard- "* :i** ;
had been agreed be- PROVISION :MADE FOR TIIE r.
upon Augustus: P. :Miller, Co. B, 100th N. Y. fug the Assas.'ilnation.r.. ,''H'' ,
tween the Provost Marshal General Thompson Owing to their unexpected arrival at thispost Levi Coon, Co: B, 5th 3Iich. cav. [From t'.c: C.ncinnati Commercial.] i .

and the rebel authorities for an exchange them.no special provision had been mnde: for \Tm. J. Banty, Co. D, 10th Ind. cav. OFFICE AGENT FOR C. S. PHISONEES, j .''.." .

at Darien, Ga. Preparations had accordingly requisition Everything from the available Quartermasters was broughtinto de Jasper Cheeseman, Co. B, 15th III CAIIT CHASE, 0., April 18, 1865. 'f =,': 't+ '
Junes M. French, Co. I,11lth Illinois, died To the Editors of the Commercial
been made to receive our prisoners at that partment. The whole force of the Commissary near the White House station :
on the 28th of I desire
j through your to express t
I point, and none had been made here. The department was put into operation to Ap.il.There( my profound abhorrence of the deeds result-

j rebels alleging that their supplies were not supply their wants.made Many toe soldiers voluntary! contributions are now in the hospital established inrr in the death nf" "Prociflnnt__n____ Lincoln_________. T_ .
J sufficient to feed number of were by merchants here about two hundred and fifty patients, wish also to mention that in passing through '
so large a persons and others in the place. The first essentialwas mostly afflicted with and I
scurvy the where
prisons are still confined several
! adopted the plan of turning them looseto 'a threw application of soap and water. .. i
WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THEM. thousand' my comrades, I heard of no one R
A was established north of the tow ,
find their way into the Union lines the Here camp every arrangement was made to mike, ,Though the rebels have not gone through so fallen from the level of, our common humanity '....);Ji) ::

best they could. Accordingly about form of as to be in; any sense gratified.at this '
way as comfortable as possible. Nearly all of, aiy paroling them, and could estau.liai -. o nt r-
V atrocious murder. The '
fifteen hundred were brought in two trains them through away their last rebel ration-a : no valid claim to their being considered sentiment 'on' ..every:1:

from Lake City to Baldwin accompanied pint of meal. made by grinding the.,corn ,and aSsuch, they are to be placed on the same side was ,that 'of indignation at cowardly .'. 11" '>
aI footing ana an attempt, and of,, regret at its successful .L ;
I cob together-on the ground as fit, only for as paroled'prisoners will be sent '
few miles from Baldwin, 'then left by'the. : chicken feed ; 'a few days before "itwas; ..tcjthe parole camp at Annapolis, Maryland. completion.' 'U !

rebel guard. worth its !weight 'in, greenbacks" as one Re .. In the name of ri ht, let the obloquy andthe :
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; 1 faUln', united -.I-
punishment horror '
FII18T DEPARTURE FROM .ANDERSONVILLE.' marked. A few days', during which a supply. r CAPTURE OF MOBILE., upon th j
'has arrived and .. ,. guilty, but not upon men who have had neither : t.tJ t: f
'nf been issued
On the 4th of April the prisoners were first clothing to t' )lot i in the
them and'they have been fed on wholesome part .matter; who,,in other; ,iH""_' !
taken from Andersonville'and brought.down. food bag madea wonderful change in their, .Three'; Hundred sand Prisoners, Guns:,and Taken.-Three. ThousI -\ affairs,'may have erred judgnient ff but. certainly : ,J pi* t,
to A the terminus of the..SouthwesternIlailroad. ) not in heart, since countless( sacrifices f
bane, ; PersonaVa PI3 earaece. Theg would hardly,be \ CHICAGO '
; :April 'attest'tbeir'eincerit tet.X1"
16/1865. : and *
; whose*strength, in .r- t r rt
From there tbey,.:acre; marched recognized now as. the ,rag 'e'd and besoiled 'A speecial despatch, t
fiomCairosaYs c'';- case: of ,
.lookingcicons : Jllti.1nate .federal} suqeess, .jcan, ,be/ .
.. :who entered the town .last ;
across the country,-.sixty miles,-to Thomas- week. : ,; qur force. occupied Mobile on the, 9th. instant -. merged once !Dqr9)nle'iP9- \ 1 0 ,resources, .. r ,
Friday ,. l' !
wine, the western; terminus of'the ',Savannah : .AT far more 'e:1di11'oy'Ule DIvIne pohcy of brc- : : 1
TLIEIR-CONFINEMENT, ANDERSONVILLE.. : The Spanish fort was captured with three kindness than :
therly an 'eseacise 'of bit.tlf r
After detained for'two .y Y
and Gulf Railroad.
: : being "nrhc treatment* of the,prisoners during c6nfinementat luidrecl prtsoners. ter and vindictive feeling.Over .' ; -ldT 1 '\ i!
days at this' it out that ii ndcrsonviJlc.the .shortened all r : ; ;
was given : Threehuudrednguns captured' In the,ark}of a wise government, two! .t.6

i it was impossible to transport themto' Darien -I l iouvincc, of."food;: its miserable,.:.quality, the :N 4111e. t. t' 'i seraphs bend-pone; of these is clear 1 :eyed' Justice : ; .

as the railroad: had: been destroyed 'for 1 establishment of the udcad, : line!," are familiar The garrison fell back up the river on gun- but'the other is warm-hearted mere '*) '.l. !1i ;
txi aIL Under snch treatment it ifs net at all laits and of'Cnickasaw v .
bp way bayou. I I am, sirs;\very respectfully, your obedient ;u'1:; .
thirty miles. Accordingly they were compelled surprising that the mortality should run up to \ Gvn. Wilson has captured all of Itodd 's. servant, : ;f"/.I '. -

to march .back the sixty miles.to Alj j I 1 the"fol1owmg frightful figures. .(.I j inmaud.I Ii WM.: S. HAWKINS, Colonel C. S. A. V
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Y ); ;r J ;."officer- tuiedjajd brought>into' .our 1 I.ADDITIONAL I & !lLLE EWS. Thd_t f Qener i.Sher' man.

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. I I 1t.: ., ;" l' 'H1: H>. :pecEf' weamst; not}we cannot Wjsiugnga-! ,, :, \ ". n ".., *v" I./il Il"j "', : 'H8, \ jjl J jffiiiNGTON, April 23, 1865.

, I ,... .. / f waich'iias4jony' the rounds of'the' Florid .'.. '.r n 1 d1 'important
THE WAR .Q. t.. 'Tf/lt. i(1 tec : : 'J; ,.' f Restrictions* ,\ highly intelligence from
_ i -1" ,'I ; ..i' .Executive Order Removing den. mown
I p ,.and l wHich we copied a short time Sherman gas by:me shortly after
; Yes, we are at last able t 16 announce that tl ." on Trade in tbe Southern States East it reached the government, but its transmission -

: i ; ago, was the universal sentiments though. 'of the Mississippi. oVC.wires,being forbidden,. 1:
our readers. The surrender General Johnston -
e: I '- out the State.._ ... v ._ ,r._ n WASHINGTON, Aprlt-SO; 1865. made attempt to send Believing that
1 first reported through rebel sources, an<11 The following order. hasbeen.iasued'b: ; tie, the authorities desired that it 1ot.l1or\ becttvulged
1t : THE CRIME OF TREASON! AND ITS. PDNISHMENT. -, 'President .r .I., s' I made no allusion tqft m my letter
the stroke tot :-
vow confirmed,-' finishing 4 :
t t 7 puts .'-As an indication of the policy to be I of terday .c
i t the rebellion. The action of the President in pursued President Johnson, in his! treatment ExEcUTIVE: CHAMBER, ) Immediately on the receipt:of the'despatches
WASHINGTON, April 29, 1865. f, wjdch treie'.brougfct h ever byltl e+ecWcott: :
removing all restrictions ,on the trade, with of the instigators and leaders of this
i Being desirous to relieve all loyal citizens rier,,& Cabinet meeting .was: !gelled by the
, but slight exception, and: 'opening the ports to causeless and wicked rebellion, we publish a and well t disposed persons residing in the insurrectionary President, and,the.. whole,matf r Jaid' before
full report of his speech delivered at Washington the officers of the 'govfiiriment E Gen. Grant,
j\ States from restric-
the steps: taken by Gen unnecessary
coastwise commerce; ... who had made arrangements for a brief visitto
' in reply to an address from the Illinois
eral Grant to disband -large portion of the tions, and to encourage them to return to his home in New Jersey,was: apprised! of
' f,;: delegation, soon after his inauguration.It peaceful pursuits, it is hereby ordered :- the meeting, and requested ;.o attend. On

:, army immediatelv, make the fact conclusive. may perhaps: be said of President Lincoln First-That all restrictions upon internal, being informed of the agnjcmcntentered: : intoby

[ From this era we may date the end of the war. that he,dispensed justice with his left domestic and coastwise commercial inter- Gen. Sherman, he at once pronounced it,
unauthorized and in no binding on the
I ,, The present i is not a fitting time for com-, hand, and mercy with his right ; butif: ,Yare course be discontinued in such part of the government. Referring to his:own action at

: \ iiient. A sufficient time must first clap>:e for I.. to take his past history and speeches. in States of Tennessee;Virginu>,'North Carolina, the time of Lee's surrender hcfasaid that he

i i connection with the rebellion as an indication South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, then regarded the terms grantcl1''to Lee as too
}1 PSI careful consideration i and thought upon the I but as ,they were dictated by.Pre8 i- .
of his future policy the reverse is likely to Mississippi:: "much of Louisiana as lies .
but n
t dent Lincoln, ho had.no,option to present
new era upon which we are about to enter. be true of President Johnson. And we are east of the ::\Mississippi river, as shall be em- them. lIe thought he) could]have forced Gen.

t ..- -- _..-', I not certain that.. he will always let hi* left braced within the lines of the national military Lee to accept terms that would have been

I '.l'nllin, I \SIn PKISOXKIltt. (I hand know what his right. hand is doing occupation, excepting only such restric- more satisfactory to those who, did not approve -
I .. L--l. late President's but
1m.yr'I'WI'lkm: : .,l .I..M.U.& .1 IX. I ...... .ir.W. the leniency; ,
!1 Jacksonville has often been the scene of OBSEQUIES PRESIDENT LINCOLN.Iii tions as are imposed by the acts of Congress, keeping in view the great importance' of'not

and regulations in pursuance thereof prescribed humiliating the officers and soldiers of Lee'ftanny
I of the terrible realities of but never
1 i.J many war I the 1 iht of the great events now tijmsi + by the Secretary of the Treasury, and approved and regarding obedience as duty, he,
were the people so :appalled with horror iv offered the terms advised by President Lin-
l i piring which thrills every loyal ]hejtrt( rith by the President, and excepting also
i and those terms satisfactory to
I when the-released Union prisoners: arrived in joy, the people are bowed down with sorrow from the effect of this! i order, the following the coln government, as and to, a majority were of the people,

mid3! I'ri(1llast.. Accustomed The sacred ashes of President< Lincoln had articles contraband to wit he did their
f 1 our on : as we4 of war, :- not regret acceptance.
t at our latest dates reached Indiannftpolis on But he was exceedingly annoyed'at what
; Arms ammunition and all articles from
t //4 '- : have become to hear 01'.11", sufferings of theD" I
: their way to their final resting place nSp' ng- which ammunition is manufactured he regarded as the imprudent and totally unauthorized -
; Union 1 priKMiers:; the actual sight was" none ; gray generosity of Sherman: and declared -
field Illinois. At wich
every place through uniforms and cloth, locomotives, cars, rail- that the arrangement to which he bad

the Ics appa l1in Viewed in the most charitable the funeral cortege has: passed, the people road iron and machinery for operating railroads given his consent must be promptly repudiated -

: 1 light po.-sible: considering the necessary have turned out to honor the illustrious ( ad.lIallY telegraph wires, insulators and instruments by the government. Had_ Sherman demanded -

rigor in carrying on war, we,C
whatever to palliate the treatment of the occurred, aU touchingly expressive of i the ,Sec.olUl-All existing military and naval orders same conditions accepted by the Army of Northern -

j universal grief of the people. :.-, ; in any manner restricting internal, domestic Virginia, keeping entirely out of view R
Union prfconoi by the rebel Government.That the status of the States in rebellion .
Ere this the mortal remains have beent on- and coastwise commercial intercourseand political .

will remain a stigma on the South long signed to their final resting placethere to await trade and the conditions on which the people could
with or in the localities above namedbe their under the Constitution
.f I resume political rights, -
'. after the war ha* ceased and friendly relations the day of resurrection. But his memeory' and the same are hereby revoked, and that General Grant would cordially assent

t have sprung up between the people: of the will live in the hearts of the people. Tthc no military or naval officer in any manner interrupt to such an agreement, leaving all the political

important epoch in the era of our is aspects of the case to the decision of
: country or interfere with the same or with
: any
two sections. The memory of their terrible the civil authorities and the arbitrament of
t evermore linked with the name of ABIUIAM boats or other vessels engaged therein under
t the courts. Sherman had taken a, whollyunauthorized
sufferings in. the stockades will long rankle LINCOLN. Henceforth his name is sacred in proper authority pursuant to the regulations liberty in exceeding his'province -

f.rt'i the breasts of the sufferers. The graves of the,heart of every American. of the Secretary of the Treasury. 'as'a military commander; and his action -
., I f must be disavowed-b the government.
-i thousands of victims whom death released .. """ ANDREW JOHNSON. President Johnson and) every member
\ \ from their will remain 'the Cabinet'promptly endorsed Gen.. Grant's-
sufferings lasting monuments THE LATEST NEWS.
views, and expressed themselves very strongly -
... 'of Southern barbarism. What makes -- in disapproval of the action taken by,

their. conduct doubly aggravating is the uniform SURRENDER OF JOHNSTON. From :SHerinan. The President: and Secretary cf
the Savannah
Republican, May 2, War Trere particularly: incensed ,against
p ,kindness with which the rebel prisoners HILTON HEAD, April 30. Sherman, -and declared that he must. .be at

$ have been treated by the Government of theUnited'States' Reopening'of Trade .and.Disband- Gen Johnson surrendered on the 26tli ult. once recalled -::and'!' thej army;; of Johnston '
until'it'nrast'surrender.'Gen. '
at Greensboro, K.. C., on the, sameterms lpdshedlwith aHlvigor
ji. Except in a few instances of of the .
ment Army Begun. .,Grant,was requested to frroceediimmediately -
as granted'to Gen. Lee, including Gens,Hoke. to North CarolIna, take command of
a special character there has never been introduced "
Hampton, Beauregard,,Hardee and Jones, in Sherman's army and fo.Uo.Wv! Johnston, wherever -

..* :any system of retalliation( although. BOOTH THE ASSASSIN SHOT. :Florida. and n all troops east of the Chatta }ie, might go. _(}en..Grani lefUWashingr' '"' ,

fully aware of all the.rebel cruelties practised hoochee.. IAlhtbearms ton) ter aY! tteritOOir-f NeW1ien ,and f &

r I !thence proceed to RaJjBigh,-, ,wfeore ,,supersedirig -
upon our prisoners and frequently urged'to, The Delaware:arrived at a late hour last I andps' :property to be,,de.; Sherman, he wftHmdver'rapidly after

: livered.toan ordnance. .officer.qfsignat ,.by Johnston, and, should the latter retreat, fol-
; do so'-as'an act justice to the demands Of ..
evening, bringing eighty paroled prisoners 'GeniSlierman, at.Grfiensborp/NvC, low-and fight-himlto.the last r td 'art.:

\ r hum at.d Probably:,no; ,general retaliatory from Lee's arroyo Slyebnngs dates I to,May" The railroad\ lis noes\ lunning'fmmWeldonto c .&BYMOUR: .: :'
.( }" ? L. ::
1 v I H.-I I T "
s; meastUe'would changed'. the inhuman The surrender of Gen. Joe Johnston, as re Petersburg, Va, I DespatchesCapture 'from' 'Wi i u.
f tihe ., .A' '
policy o rebel leaders who "
inaugurated :
ported through rebel sources, is confirmed. A l>ay.of Hunilltntidn. apd. Mqurjilnj-; : of Maco t--qez.,. .!jRwelt Cobb

: it, unlm: personally affected' by such a .It..embraces'aU the rebel forces in North' Caro- Honor ofPesidLincoln., t dIVitavos w. Smith Prisoner* rWarTbe' -

i f measure. In their madness they became insensible lina South Carolina and '. v Origin of'the AtJllaMinaifon::
Georgia Florida, jiWhereas : [OFCTCIAliJ .

k a to all demands ofhumanit y Justiceto east of Chattahoochee river. The terms At, PIWCL AfJO.N.! .WARDILPAITla "T, I
1t by my the Acting' Secretary WMuur-aTO T,D. G.,,April 24= --2P.M. 1 f
the brave men who have been their State .
victims of; ,.in a.notice to the public the
are similar to those granted to:Lee. ._ on ,Maj.; Gen..DIX :
I demands that these leaders should be made 17th ofAprl, requestedthe various religious A despatch from Gen. Sherman states that
President Johnson has issued ,
a proclamation denominations to assejnble the
on 19th of
t to atone for this crime April the occasion' of the ,Wilson held Macon on the 20\p,with,Howell
against humanity. on obsequies of
k removing the restriction on coastwisetrade CobbG. W..Smith.and others* as, prisoners,
Abraham Lincoln late President
t On them rests the To let : of.t11e Uni1 but claimed the benefit of the armistice
responsibility. them they ,
y i I i with the ports hitherto closed, removingall ,ted States, and to observe the same with
appropriate -
I. and he has telegraphed me through the rebel
off without severe punishment, would be ceremonies; and .whereas, our
restriction on trade hitherto imposed by lines i for orders. ;
looked as; their inhuman country has become one great house of mourn' I have answered him that he, draw
upon countenancing and naval and ing, where the head of the may -
military authority, revoking family has been
out of ,Macon,and.hold his command for further -
ity. They have not taken away; and believing that, .
only outraged' the laws a special unless has
orders believethe
all orders imposing the same except on articles period should be assigned'for he reason- to
of this country but of the civilized world. humbling rebels are changing the status to our pre-
ourselves before
contraband of war. Everything will Almighty God, inorder that '
0 ... the bereavement may be sanctified to the
---- -- nation
i -- be conducted in conformity with the directions now, therefore, in order to mitigate that This departnienJUhas information nhatr!the

I j .," REBEL DISTRUST. writer to the Gainesville of the Secretary of the Treasury, under !. grief on earth, which,can only: be, ass uaged- President's and,.approved murder at Richmond.was, onmn"zed: in_ Canada
fy communion with (he.Father, .
I Heaven .
Cotton Stute seemes to be considerably the prescribed Act of Congress and,in ;: One-of: the.assassins now in prison who attemptedtokfhMr.9sward -
regulations by compliance with the washes ,of Senators
w I is* believed be'
: exercised.that\. ,ftng6- -truce should be frequent and-Representatives . so I *, mrF one of t eSt,Albansi rai e11'f'?

k ,.and that the intercourse between the Gen. Grunt has taken steps to the' immediate ''IS-nmnicated-to me capital by! a,- resolution 1-;, Andrew) sapiORtean.atnational 'Johnson? rr. E. :\STAKTON: .' _' ,Sectary'of, ,AVar.Hon. ; .

two parties should be of ,Pesiclent: /if thE! ;TTnito/1'Cl: +r.+nn ds .','1ie!_lby' V : --:-!
suchafriendlyliarc a
(disb.a nflment of a large portion of': the punt(* Thursday, the 25t 'dn'"' 1., J'ne#Ptt, i tediitionot; r waxd: '. .
qui those occasions. The writer evidentlyfears 1 b''d'" .:"I'f"1 '-1 ..! t 1\ WMWl G'OONA ii1:2: 4:1805.:
't wherevQr ) :
army This will reduce the of 'tne !n etHwu States. "
< expenses ;
that a fair and, open discussion: tlfe,flag of V tlje country maybe r'r:- ? .',respeqtqdi r r r '\{ 'as. r )I.fr! O !% t4f pJr lYari '

of the principles for which, we' are fightjng.. government over four, hundred! million a \a aylof; humiliatpr,., | ('an: 1<:|nqurnlngj A n"SI 'ree- ;. SIB: I'have the honor to report that,. ,the r, .

and of.the,piilJtury} situation,will cause taoso. YesT: ,, ,, ,., .,... copamend. my fe )qw* tie.r) iflii; it oissembleJfJ6 :tJay Secretary; ndi tiscomfortable'to of State sat up for nlght several:., hours to-
i p cti ilAces'ot'o nm1l/, ,thueto #
who are:engaged in,the causehe supports to Gen. Sherman has been, to. Port !loyal, Savannah u Ie l fiTTlT>r, Arvino. i, tW .b? fl,o A )?.> : Jr{ d o.tc wtt idi Ji ger an a more;

lukewarm. He had better of : : ; .T con qu ,'hs, 'r\iJV. .Se.. ibs, :.
grow ; try: ,to fire and. Charleston and returned Nprth. mory the good m ))o Ye "Iq7'In6vedl : ( wju .

the Souttipr .be r.t" again, or to invent, ,some : = ci. 9a1: 1 1;s llle? rpcoUIY? 4 t t1le. Very respectfully ypurQbeoieht servant,
Pooth, the assassin. was tracked to a sage 'couni m lotfon of his J. K. BAKNES, Surgeon-Generaly .
r bugbear- ; about Yankee 'monsters >' swamp pie'in; p! : :Vi,11 t \.
;- an4 sQrtow for I his'su.dij.eq rid itl i l .. .. '' -'
.clad; -'-
Port p
otherwise the friendly Intercourse near Tobacco, Ma land. He and anaccomplice ,I:
will con- t ; ';Si Witness'whereof, I 'halve hereto'set itiv i tic t Me.aixla; .1111) ,Ilea.,

tinue to t result in the,olBc&rs becoming'warm : took refuge in a barn, which was hand and caused!! the"seal of \ ,ljnited, :., &mU 9 GeiSERtQ!M zOvr'mE, 1

friends anil'ardently attached to each other." set i, ,. on fire. The accomplice was secured. States.to'oo'affixed.' Done_ .ate the city ,. "\ AsuiN 'J;OKjj ), C.. .Aprjfr; '1 i-9,Ak: i

This the writer seems to think is to be dreaded. I otWa sMiigton, theOth! day'pf'. .pril!, Hon EDwiSvuiTOS, 'Seeretqrg( of; War:
}' tBooth fired at the officer ,in command, who in-thbyjearofouuLord/lSC .,' anjj of :Si t: I'have'1he;'honor to report that the
He evidently .puts very little confidence; fired him the the;inaependenfce of the United :States ,Secretary .of Stnt 'is free from pain and
shooting heath lIe
in the officers over. there, to make such, statements through. : 1 America the eightvninUi.i stronger this rnorniore. "
{ as that, and to hint that arrangements died in a few hours, cursing the governmentto i 1\:i ANDREV,JOHKSOK.,. Mr. .;Frederick"igbt. Scn'al: : l 1parsed, :1 quiet
By: the President : .
w.uV uivlr-r '1 ila -() -trnec, whorobv the last. "
were ,
an +\. Ilt
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) THE FUTURE': POLICY.o l'J ; t : : l i' 'A r !
: sid .
l : and ftJehtly. ehrted i"MaP4aji., D'tls rOM the
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Addre / )tS r Aldcni Johnson to the : ; "SldJilttiIrigs1 i ; ,and l Rt.er. -

Illinois Delegation..s i : i : ;fellowa well, met. NEW,ORLEANS,'April 18, J i
rhavelistened with : : ; ;' from too Via CAIBO .
.Gentlemen profound much, April 23, 1863. f ;

emotidn the kind word:you,have. : addressed -' I 1 I _cou ectured..An. It is repotted that Jeff Datis .crdssed the :

to me.. The visit of'this large;.delegation+ ( ; .to the enemy, .Mississippi River at Tucker's Bend, which, : .

to sj>eak tome through you,.sir, these wordsof ;. : n on these flags was occupieclthe.Texas'i ';! *,:'on, 'the

encouragement I had not anticipated. In :: : -arlanc.f;' :"iphie. ,ui ight oC1Uie"t6tD, ; escaping 1? ihe. observation

the toid t' of the saddening circumstanceswh6h I '' 'and! ,na, doubt bfthe,naval. forces.

surround us, and the'immense.responsibflity 1 ;: I ,he Avould iCO F < ;- '._ : ::.'>:; A>v -; -. --rr ;
thrown upon ine, an expression of the un erstijnd- Impprtaiii, .- Movements. 'in S orilU Carolina .

the confidence of individualsnil still more I I, ; ( ) liberty arid not i NEWBERN;; Ain t8 5.
of an influential body like ttiat before me1, ) : ,He was duly Many of the,members.of. the ,legislature i "
representing a great commonwealth; ,cheers : in Jacksonville" residing y in this.j part of the State,arrived hen*, ,; '

and strengthens my-heavily-burdened mih0.I yesterday ,their 'way to Raleigh; ''fot.hi.. : '.
am1 at a msi for words to respond. In an to the enemy's purpose of restoring this State to the Union.'

hour like fins of deepest sorrow, were it pos- made... in -.....

sible to embody in words the feeling of my &c., MARRIAGES.At !

bosom, I could not command my lips to utter MILES. II
.them. Perhaps the best reply I could the residence of tho bride's father 'fhttrsday ;;
April,25. evening, March 16th by the Rev. T. II. Hawk D. D.. .
make, and the one most readily appropriateto an interview with of Cleveland, P. F. YOUNG late Captain 107 ;O. V. I., :
kind assurances of confidence wouldbe aiid Provost Marshal District of
yonr ) he has no Florida and JOSIE J.
to receive them in, silence., [Sensation.] official youngest daughter of M.J. Warner, Esq., of PalnesTe
or heart since the sad believes th villc. :
The 'throbbings my his army to be In Boston Mass., April 9th, by the Rov. A. A.Jliner. '
catastrophe which has appalled us, cannot be !fr. Morgan toddard, of Jacksonville to hits Mattie .
reduced to words ; and oppressed as I am newspapers. L. Davis, of Kings Ferry Florida.
contained in InJacksonville, Fla., April 29th. by the
with the new and great responsibilities which Rev H. II.
"If and saddened me with ( ) 14th hist.Presi Moore, C. W. Winslow of Lewis County, N. Y., to ,
have upon Miss Lizzie
in the theatre Sedgwick, of Jacksonville Fla.
grief, I can with difficulty! respond to you atall time I I In Jacksonville, Fla., April 3d, by the Rev. Pather- ;
But cannot permit such expressions of same an at Shamboun William H. McKinley, of Pittsburg, Penn., ;
( SecrotJirv. _RAW-. ,. to :Miss' Christena A. Baya of Jacksonville, Fla.
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without acknowledgment. it was .
To nu' individual like myself, who has says that MILITARY..
never claimed much, but who has, it is true, shouted leaped on HEADgUARTP RS DISTRICT OF :

received from a generous people many marks sem- SEPAUATEDRIGADf: ;,.

of trust and honor, for a long time, an occa- JACKSONVILLE, FLA., April 19th 1865. .;
sion like this, and a manifestation of public \ JONES, GENERAL ORDERS 1 '
No. 18.
:Major General. j
so well-timed, are peculiarly acceptafeeling :
I. The attention of Post '
ble. Sprung from the people myself, every }>ar. I, Gen. Orders No. lOG Headquarters Commanders Dept is called South to g

pulsation of the popular heart finds an imme- 18 A. M. on Sun- series 1863, requiring all Officers to register their name : i
diate in ownBy in at the office of the Post commandant their arrival
answer my many men upon :
life such occasions are often considered at the ,or departure.from any post in the department. In like ;
but had to manner all civilians travelling in this District will be '
, merely for.rnal. To me they are real. Your : Reliable au- required to report to the Provost Marshal upon their
I words of c countenance and encouragement still arrival at or departure from any Post in the District. 'f
sink in heart and I holds out. When such persons are travelling on passes granted
deep my ; were even a m : at
Department or District "
coward I could not but gather from them Headquarters, or other superior :
authority they will be required to have their pas- ;
strength to carry out my convictions of the ses rued by the Provost:Marshal of each Post they risit. _
right Thus feeling, I shall enter upon the e April 19. I I. Hereafter all prisoners of war, deserters, refu :
I Run, dated gees and contrabands arriving within the lines
will be
discharge of my great duty firmly,steadfastly ; Campbell has forwarded by the officer who receives thorn, (under :
(applause), if not with the signal ability exhibited The guard without being allowed to communicate with i
by my predecessor, which is still enemy any one) to the Commanding Officer of the Post where :
I : ( and about fifty they are received for examination and .
fresh in our sorrowing minds. Need I repeat ) disposal. ; '
fifty thousand Post Commanders will keep a record of the examina
that no heart feels more sensibly than mine to the Govern- tion of all such persons, showing the date of their dire=; ;:
this great affliction. val, the circumstances under which they are received '
h In what I this occasion \) by them. and a memorandum of all important information which 9-
on shall
say '' .'
has been 'they may communicate. A of
copy record will be
in no petty spirit of anger, no feeling forwarded .
Tyler. ,certainly weekly to these Headquarters, and tn all
of But we have beheld notable cases: where information of ;
revenge. a I will leave the special importance is: ob :
event in the history of mankind. In the I tained, the person communicating it will also be for i
& junction with warded to'the
I Headquarters of the District Without
midst of the American :
people, where every is hot at CoJr. delay
citizen is taught to obey law and observe! the and Vounded: i IlL The attention of Post Commanders is called to .
rules of Christian conduct Chief t! .necessity instituting a
our Magistrate thorough system of police :'
the beloved of all hearts has been 4- anof giving their personal attention to the enforce ., .
assassinated Y. went of all needful :
; and when we trace this ,crime to of tho.health of their commands. for. the-__ preservation .
its cause, when we remember the source The roles and regulations contained in General Order -
whence the assassin drew his inspiration,and. ; April 19. No. I0r, Headquarters,. Dept.. South Series 1863,
the enemy: re and in Gen. Orders 61 and 80, Series
1 1864 if ,,
then look at the result, we stand yet more astounded enforced can properly ..
c n, on Antler scarcely fail to secure the object aimed at. ,_ .\
'at this most barbarous, most diabolical ; Monday night By order ot Brig.-Gen. I. VOODES, : .

assassination. Such a crime as the murder I'P what dam:. S. L. HcHKNBT, \,:fLieut.ih4 _
of and : Capt. Asst.. Aajt'Gen'l., ;
a great good man, honored and I They[ de [OI!gclL.J :
revered, the beloved and the hope of the people Aide-de.Camp. .

springs not alone from a ''solitary individual 31U. .

of ever so desperate wickedness.: "We I .:
can trace its cause through successive steps, :LlS'.C OF'BETTERS, KEMAIN1N&

W ithout-enumerating them here, back to 'Ifi of-f. oreign' ,. .*. ??* Office' JidaonTiBe. ,Florida, April :
that source. which is the cause of-all oar r'woes.1 P : w 1809.Abr < 'A. .... .
TM+'tJt'-rb T' ;
No one that the April 11t 18.65.I. .8 &. rdT. .: ...." '
cansay :Iff per etra- ; t ion is issued I. I. A':A.. K. .,_
tor of0 this Jflendisk' deed be arrested, he, : ; ofwar i 'Iri i : Mi4.' Valentine 9 kasedey, Pjttriek' ; :... .riv

should:pot undergo the extremest penalty the : : ,A BMr. Eze* el Kelley, Tlippiby .-irN -', ".;1"1 j
lubfec t ;td; iiob.lom King,.Ghttdefapo
law knows for crime ; none will sap that '*A.'
( $lt'M v/tll e :.K fJ3 xroel 1rWlPf : ..
'should But. 'ir-- : : '
is '
mercy interpose. he alone [ j cli.are: :ex AUtet.fr.... ... ." .,+t ) .t' .. .. !L.. )
3 -i .
guilty? .
'. '. ) )f.I
Mrj "
of'thtr ; D "il",
Here, gentlemen; >:o lperhaps expect me j !iiithif'l1' ? i t >, ')!f toy!at(jC&fiot ,Finn of Laffcuw,Senry +. ,

to pre5 nt some. indication of my future policy. a11"receive the'; p;,,',,titly. G.: C. fcealrae; .
One thing I will say Every era teaches its i i'ta 'c I i. 'PeterM.., :-

lessons The times we live in are not without they i accord' t;Mr. .'IHvid" !h :
V .Cte". s. ,W..d._ : oteI.D.F. 2 r.
instructions. The American r 3- I J' '1
people must be .
: veseefeof-war 1): 11icKeanaORen:. ', .
taught-If they do not already feel-that / been j refused iti J1.. Lewis BVDctancey. Matthews, J. f j 11/<:

treason is a crime and must be punished (applause ; Charley: Miner/Henry .', .= ,
immunities Jo, Uetnlcey, fcahlej S. ;
that the .. Jt. .
); government will not always Gabeb 'I '
\ ? ,public Dol4niJr' None JoftmaNiblack ,
r t :
bear with its enemies that it is S. *
; strong not
>> S..L
; s, at thesame1 -r -J, ..:' '. ,1 ':h ,
only to protect but to punish. (Applause.) : P. .: .
countrr! fe'ere I+Fullerton, Alex. '
When we turn to the criminal code and examine Prescott, F. : ;
privileges'and Ptelding) J. N.. Price, : '
the catalogue of crimes; we there find withheld JIfleIL ,: t" "t\ : c

arson laid down as a crime with Its appropriate United ,States nnm- Often, sergt.G Gilbert W. Robinson. James H;" ::L. .J"f'; :: '

penalty ; we there find theft and robbery I, G ay,- Washington 8.'Stimford '
not been 'GilU c. <; .
always '
; W. H. ,
and murder given as crimes ; and there, too, t although on the Goe6, Stephen [Snowball: J. C. 2 '. .' :1"J)",
find the last and J. J
we highest of crimes-trea times failed Giles, Cato Simmons J. E. :

son. (Applause.) With other and Inferior their dissatisfac to H. [Sheehan, Timothy J .<;.,,,:*,, .r'

offences our people are familiar ; but 'n our a view of the-: ,.tlythegl"vesVp.? Ii.Hockensmith.'Henrj [Sahr Spencer,NicholasSmothers, Lafayette ': .. .. t *

peaceful history treason has; been almost un Hunter, Wallace.. Harman: ;. <.'{J' ff
known. The people must understand that it any longer ,Hills, J. H. !Smith, Jule ; ,:J 'to ;"
to '
the J'
is the. blackest of crimes and will be c ( ) justify HarveyrDaytd Spencer, Samuelw ., :t.
surely M. "'
said stations! of i House, AiCdtew I. ..:,-"' .
punished. (Applause.) c .u has' ha veliereI: I;HicksPheli: 4.,, ;' 'hifnejAugnataR. :: :.;!

"I make this allusion, not to excite the t )/ persisted+ in ]l ,1"-\. I WilkersonrHexiry.! : ..).
1 I ; Israel ( : /
already: exasperated feelings of the 'Francej Wilson : _
public, Lincoln ,. ., -'J.\o t Presij j ; w inters .
: ;WftsMngton ; :
but to point out the principles of'public Justice 'Jackeon'Henry' ; _I ,
hereby. make, Waeblligton! ( Orge .
which should guid ';ou, action at this: 'time, sh alldaeYddri,2! Johns j Isaac'; Wrigh Lotenzo': ._ "-'fJ.! .ti :
particular juncture and which accord wit h- to I this proclafiia-: 'Justice,Hanrice lent} Webster!E. P. ,,. .l"
sound pablte morals. Let it be : :; J "'gh.J.tO.1i! .,.1.- .:'
engraven onevery : i Jones,'Boico
ffi country ti f i z.
/ ,!! '1 .,__ ,
that I
fceart treason is crime ; Jones Daniel 'I' :
a and Ira mm linttle5.sled II- .zi're, Thorns.' .: '
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tors "shall suffer its penalty. jX A laid ;.) .f ] id. they shall r, I't: L&DID. mr... :,i$:;',:;?,
While wfc are ppalledi, overwhelmed at \..the: arid'vtheifce .. r j.. '. >: .( J-i)
fall : t; : OOIi a:; DIr..Fiisabeth Johnson"Mig Phebe :
of'one: man in our 'midst TJV the hand of.a: ; t | : jifimunitieat: shall: 'Adams} *, Bosfe'Allen. !Johnson..}U8"CwoliaftKi. : '{1F

traitorebnllallow weir I' 'care' :not ,by ; of the 'coun, ; Mre..hiary.R. -.. !... .
what weapom*.._to attempt i 1: ,the-life' of 'theatate I t 8 t'.ates'tftid that inniMrs.aJilaey; f Kent, Mrs.r. 'I'th. : i ,

with iwpunftf?' W U We'i;:strain' oar } =; ) ; .\ }waj',Vessels of Bronsdn,Jnda. -' KeUeyMi. L. Inarr t. .' ,_:. .; ;'. << ;
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mindsipflcompreheiid .this: BcUMi t..r
tlie'no'rinittOf : Been placed p- o HarrietBrociiMi LacoatavMay.'Mnr Mi"JaD"" .ni!
assassination'ehall,we allow the nation to be a.E sa' ,M. .: ; :
ig r| ) assassinationUI ,ce ; : : 1. ; ptheif countrie: : 1 f' 1,.iIIt.lattie2 C, ['luckier : L nl''f... _,t.ij

spenir iri no spirit of unkindness. I' : i : (kDse horsRutht :,;
;,.- ; may Affce Moore Maria ; ;, ,;.J>.
leave the,events of the,future > ID. ,'
to be disposed! u at least en- 1Jible: : Mainard;Sarah. F. r 1'; t ".} "
of as they: arise : sy Sarah .2. .'_ .
regarding the ;
m.rs.elf as sh an :entire ;and l>O Amanda ; ;
humble Parrish saris : .
Instrument' the.American : ; <*'
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this, as,iniili: things,justice. judgment j 40. ; In witness Oiere-. .k'reem4niMi a':14iars .. Robbimf&tse.4':' '
shall be determined by them. I'do not haroor r. ; ) _arid caused.fhc ,Mte' AJ ry "'g; ,'w,,,'; *: 'ij ff''FrIDe !"
bitter or re ::i : : MIseMarleseuny: Scton/MI s Anui : : :
feelings : ; '
vengeful toward ., Done the' "".i
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any. O. ,.
!n general'terms + ; l i Shepbard Mls M rr :,: i;. 1j, : i:"'"
;' Would: say;that public : day.ofA/: iii, in t. Green. ,.2Krs.-CatharineHenrys Susraro.: aria' ,' j ,<,..it t.J i:. ,
morals'ndpuBlfc opinion shoulil be, tab-' : H ""? '
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of lished, !upon the sure and iriflcxible'princ, plcg? } I of d filde'I'I Hammond Miss, Mrs.Maria? Wm. {i Taylor. Mrs.\ Wj I>. I). ,. ';.> \;...,.a':. .

of JustIce. (AP nlause.) j,jyhen the question ( ) l!. Hart, Mrs. 14. D. j Williams Mis Susan .,'+ .j ,

he exercising mercy ron. before me, it will f >Si LIKCOIA. t c".f

con! 1 calmly: judicially, mnoml tt9idcrcd "r- : i Gpp.-eons ralllrg for :u y of tbe abovo win pic.u. '
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; uIRTY.4wThONGRESS.CUAPTERCLmIL_ 'ts'teifest, ;orvbere: ',no,_ administration( -'his a assessed Interest Provided,;That; ifthe esta e of the.succ s- NOTICE Is hereby given tint the several lota and par
upon such property orpersonaT estate s $have! been: shall be.:defeated; In'.whole: or in part, by Ita, appliication : .' eel ol land tituate'in' the city' of Jacksonville, 1 cotmty
: : granted allowed under existing* laws, the as&t nt sor the of the debts ,of the predecessor, Of.Buyal,State of Florida berefcxaftie dewMibtd;nave
to the to payment
An Act to provide Internal jaevenue i support shall make out such Itsta valuation ai'i itn = g'lt: States, 1usoifth.
assessor administrator or trustee w! appIiI been forfeited to thoj United by. ? ? "fii
the Public the executor, | ;
I Government, to pay Interest on other cases of neglect,or refusal and shall assess the; lihan' .pay put ot .the proceed4 of,the. sale thereof the i new-payment of the,Direct Tax charged.tbereoo,. .nertheAct
I Debt, and for,other purposes. the duty'thereon; and 'the collector sHall commence \ 'refunded And provided also, That \-if testate \ I. entitled *'AnA 'to provide'In mawl revenue
( I duplicate, and one of said lists or returns 1All be transmitted appropriate proceedings before any court of the fruited'', amaunt of; the'8Uoees or shallhe; defeated,'In V whole or to ,from imports, to pay.interest cri the puWSo'debt sad: for
and the duty paid to the commissioner, internal fctatea, in the name of, the United States again\ such V claiming title from and under the! Bother purpqaes. apprqvpd ,Ajngnst-,fitt, J86VM4d an
: if I revenue within thirty days after the time When said person or persons as may have the, actual or coastruc-; partly: .any person such shall be chargeable _with the Act entitled "an"Act for collection of direct taxes la

interest coupons, or dividends become due and paya. tive custody or possession of such, property jr personal predecessor amount of duty, so person refunded, and such amounts shall be ;.Insurrectionary 'districts within' the United States and
ble, and as oft. n as every six months ; and said list or estate, or any part the 'eor,.And shall subject such 0 collected in the:manner herein'provided' the'collection 'for;other purposes' approved June'7tii, 1669,'and'that'the
\ return shall contain a true ana faithful account of the property or personal estate or any portion of the i of duties, ( several,lots and pal'teJaptJJand j situate m the city

I amount of the duty,'and thereihall be ar.ncxed theret same, to be sold upon the .judgment or decree >f,8UChj:I V SEC. 142. And'be it further enacted, That, where a and V'S county 'aforesaid, will be told at public "auction.an\J\
i a declaration of the president or treasurer of the company court and from the proceeds of such sale the .mount successor shall not have obtained the,whole of his suc the 15th day_'of May,1865, V /", ,
1 under oath or affirmation, in. form and manner of such tax or duty together! with all costs andpxpen-, I. cession at the time'of the duty becoming. payable, he Sale to commence at o'clock( A. M;, of said day;at
as may be prescribed by ttie commissioner of intern'revenue see of every description to tib: allowed by.sucu Court", skall,be chargeable!only with duty on the v .1ne'tbereof the .Poblic-,Market House 'in the'dry of Jacksonville ,
that the same contains a true and faithful act shall be first paid and the balance, if any; deposited. from time to time obtained by him ; and whenever any : florida. and to be, continued from day to day
/\ counfcpf said duty. And for any default in making or according to the order of such court, ,to be pai under: duty'shall have been paid on account of any succession until all of said lots or parcels of land are sold. ".

....t rendering such list or return with the declaration au- its direction to such person or persons as shall,' and it shall afterwards be proved to the eatisfaction of 86 %ft.front on Newnan St. of Lot Block 2,tax and
'i:. nexed, or of the payment of the duty as aforesaid, the establish title to the same. The deed or! deeds, the Secretary of the Treasury, thatthlch duty,not being penalty $1.62.c t': '

company making such default shall forfeit as a penalty or any proper conveyance ot such property or personal due from the person paying the same,1 wes paid by mis- 16 feet front on Bay street, of Lot 3, Block 10, tax and
the sum of one thousand dollars ; and in case of any state, or any portion thereof, so sold under stub judg- take respect of !real estate, which the 'penalty $4.32.: : V
was paid
\ or
( default in making or rendering said list or return, or of ment or decree, executed bv the officer lawfully charged successor, shall have: been unable to recover, or of. 36 % ft. front on V Bay street, of Lot 3, Block.... 10, tax
the payment of the duty, or any part thereof as aforesaid with carrying the same into effect, shall vest iu the which he shall bavc$been evicted or deprived by 'any' penalty $8.10. V V' '

the assessment and collection of the duty and purchaser thereof all the title of the delinquent to the superior title, or that for any other reason it ought to be 30 ft. on Newnan st. 52K on Bay stof; Lot 3, Block
penalty shall be made according to the provisions of property or personal estate sold under and by virtue of refunded. the Secretard of the Treasury shall thereupon 10, tax and penalty $5.40. ; ,

law in other cases of neglect or refusal. such judgment or decree, and shall release every other refund the same to the person entitled thereto, by draft 1 10, being 20 ft. front FoJteytb st.,;50 feet deep of
SEC. 123. And Le it farther enacted, That there shall port.on of such property or personal estate from the lien drawn on any collector internal revenue. Lot 4, Block 10, tax and penalty, $4.32.". V
be! levied, collected and paid, on all salaries: of officers, or charge thereon uieated by this act. And ever! person SEC. 143. And be it further enacted, That where In Lot comer of John and ,Bay' Street,;Gas Company,
.)r payment ot services to persons in the civil,, military, or persons who shall have in his possessioncharge opinion of tbe commissioner of internal revenue any tax and penalty $27. :'
naval or other employment or service of the United or custody, any record, file, or paper containing, or tsnccession shall be of such a nature, or so disposed or or Lots 1 and 4:, West }: oflot 2 and West yt of lot 5,
,'I States including senators and representatives and del supposed to contain, any information concerning such circumstanced, tnat the value thereof shall not be fairly block 41: tax and penalty $16.20. : .
I ogatcs in congress, when exceeding the rate of.six hundred property or personal estate, as aforesaid pasbiug I(from ascertainable under any of the preceding directions or 52 K feet square S. E. corner lot 6, block, 23, tax and
t dollars per.4/.ul1um, a duty of five per centum on any person who may die, as aforesaid, shall exhibit where, from the complication of circumstances affectingthe penalty $1 08. : '
the excess above the said six hundred dollars ; and it the same at the request of the assessor or assistant: as succession affectingthu.asse8smentor -
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shall be the duty of all paymasters and disbursing offi- sessor of the district, and to any law officer of the of the duty thereon, the commissioner shall : : :;.
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cers, under the government think it exnedieut to exercise this present authority. it .:.; I c
( the employ thereof when making any payments to I this act. his deputy or agent who may desire to examine ilb; lawful for him to compound the duty payable fi ....: ,
4)fficcrs and persons as aforesaid or upon settling aud I the same. And if any such per bon, having in on the succession upon such terms as he shall think fit, I. _
adjusting accounts of such officers and persons, to I his possession, charge, or custody, and [any] such records and to give discharges to to the successor, upon payment -
I deduct and withhold the aforesaid duty of five per files, or papers, shall refuse or neglect to-exhlbit of duty according to such composition ; and it East !. of 2 2':$ 1 08 f

) centum, and shall, at the same time, make a certificate the same on request, as aforesaid, he shall forfeit and shall be lawful for him, in any special cass in which ho I 21 540: \ 2,28', I 275
stating the name of the officer or person from whom pay the sum of five hundred dollars: Provided, [That think it expedent so to do, to enlarge the time for 6 I 1350 3and4 31 1620
ditch deduction was made.and the amount thereof which in all legal controversies where such deed or title shall may payment of duty. 1 3 810 7and8 31 1080
f hall he transmitted to the office of the commissioner of be the subject of judicial investigation, the recital in SEC. 144. any And to it further enactc'l That it shall bo East H of 2 3 7 56 2 and 3 32 6 48
internal revenue and entered as part of the internal said deed shall be prima facie evidence of its truth, and lawful for:the commissioner, in his discretion upon application 4 3 810 I ,632 540
duties; and the payroll receipts, or account of offi.tIt that the requirements of the law bad been complied made by any person who shall be entitled to 3 and 6 4:I 810 1 33 108
aforesaid the officers of the 4 4 4 32 w.}; of 1 33 2 15
I I cers or such persons paying such duty, as with by government. a succession in expectancy, to commute the duty pre-
shall be made to exhibit the fact of such payment. SUCCESSION; TO REAL ESTATE. sump.ively payable in respect of such succession for a 7 4: 275 1 34 810
: I And ishall be the duty ol the several auditors of the SEC. 126. And be it further enacted. That for the pur- certain sum to be presently paid and for assessing the I 1 5 1350 : 2134 1 56
the accounts of of ti-is act the term real estate"' shall includeall 2 275 434 81
I! Treasury Department/when auditing poses amount which shall be so payable he shall cause a present 51
any paymaster or disbursing officer or when settling lands, tenements, and hereditameuts, corporeal and value to be set upon such piesumptive duty regard I 3 540: \ 534: 1080
or adjusting the accounts of any such Officer to require incorporeal; that the term succession" shall denote being had to the contingencies affecting the liability to 5and6 1350 7 34 810
; evidence that the duties or taxes mentioned in the devolution of title to any real estate; and that the such duty, and the interest of money involved in such 1,4and5 51 21 60 l,2,45; 13-. 2435
I: this section have been deducted or paid over to the term person" shall be held to include persons, body calculation being reckoned'at the rate for the time being 3 1080 336 810

commissioner of internal revenue : Provided, That I corporat company, or association. allowed by the commissioner in 'respect of duties G 610\ 80 2 37 540
f payments of prize money sh!'ll be regarded as income SEC. 127. And be further ena.ted That every pas: paid in advance, and upon the receipt of such certain -I 7 594: t 51 270
shall bo adjustedand future disposition of real estate by will deed or 5 810 :::5 37 810
from salaries, and the duty thereon or sum he shall give discharges to ,the successor accordIngly 71
collected in like manner. Jaws of descent by reason!! whereof any personj[ shall 6 275 :,9 37 1080

a LEGACIES AND DISTRIBUTIVE SHARES OF PERSONAL PROP bedome beneficially entitled in possession or expec- ,SKC. 145. And be further enated That the duty imposed 8 71 432: I ; { 38 432
ERTY. tancy, to any real estate or the income: thereof, upon by this act shall be a first charge on the interestof land4: I 9f 1080 : 1) 38 108
SEC. 121. An* be it further evicted, That any person the death of any person dying after the passing of this the successor and of all persons claiming in his right, 2 216 E }; 2z35 '
or persons having in charge or trust, as administrators act shall be deemed to confer, on the pel son entitledby in all the real estate in respect whereof such duty shall 5 l 91 2 16 3 and 6 41 16 20
I executors. or trustees any legacies or distributive reason of any such disposition, a 'succession ;" be assessed for five years unit ss sooner' paid. 6 9' 972 3ai26; 42 540
i i !{ shires arising from personal property, wbero the and the term successor" shall denote the person so SEC. 146.: .nd be further enacted That the commis- N.E.3 of 6 10 432 1:4 44 648
1 whole amount of such personal property, as aforesaid, entitled; aud the term predecessor' snail denote the sioner shall at the request of any successor, or any person W. of 5 10 5 40 1 t5 1 35
,. hall exceed the sum of one thousand dollars in actual grantor, testator, ancestor, or other person from whom claiming in his right,cause to be made so many separate 9-lOof 4 10 10 80 I ,3 47: 5 40
' value, passing,after the passage of this act, from any the interest of the successor has been or shall be de assessments of the duty payable in respect of the E.3; of 2101/ 1080 4 and 5 4:7: 972
l It 1 person possessed of such property, either by will ort rived. interest of the successor in any separate tracts of real 1 & w. 19 ft 2 11 84 78 ir. w. % "V : 32!
It' Iy the intestate laws of any state or territory, or any SEC. 128. And be further enactel That where any estate, or in defined portions of the same tract as shall E.86ft 2 11 540: 2 and 6,4:7, : 540
personal property or interest therein, transferred by rea1 estate shall, at or after the passing of this act, be be reasonably required ; and in such cases the respective 312 1080 V 648 378

deed, grant bargain', sale or gift, made or intended to subject any charge, estate, or interest, determinableby tracts shall be chargeable only with the amount of 12 972 ,,,3 49 432
take effect in possession or enjoyment after the death the death/of any person or aj any period ascertain duty separately in respect thereof. .,; 2 13 1 OS I -I and 5 :49 5 4:0: V
of the grantor or bargainor, to any person or persons, able only by reference to'death, the increase of benefit SEC. 147. And be further en'tcted. That any person 1 14: 1350 V 16: }49 375
I or to any body or bodies politic or corporate, in trust accruing to any person upon the extinction or deter- liable to pay duty in respect to any succession. shall give 2 14:1: 81 .150 540 \
\ or otherwise shall be, and hereby are, made subject top mination of such charge, estate, or interest, shall be notice to the assessor or assistant assessor of his liability i 3 14 645 '.3 5 4'32' "
.. ,t a duty or tax, to be paid to the United States, as follows j[-deemed to be a succession accruing to tKe person then to such duty, and shall, at the same time, deliver to 2 17 756 .; 4,5o :81
that is to say:- entitled, beneficially, to the real estate or the income the assessor or assistant assessor a full and true accountof landS 18 540: : 5 50 81
I \ \VherethepersonorpersonsenUtled to any thereof. said succession, for the duty whereon he shall,I be 2' & 6 118 5 94 1 and 51 275
'. I beneficial interest in such property shall be the lineal SEC. 129. And be it further enacted, That where any accountable,and of the value of 4he real estate involved, 3.1 118 216 2an45 61 432
t Issue or Imearancestor brother or. sister to the person persons"after the passing of this act, shall take any and of the deductions claimed by him, together with and 8 18! 540 3 and 651 864V
d I who died'possessed of such property, as aforesaid, a*. suecession'joimly, they shall pay the duty chargeable the name of the,successor and predecessor, and their 119 1-08' > V ; 352 162
I the rate of one dollar for each and every hundred thereon by this act in proportion to their respective interests relation to each other, and all such other particulars 4 19 10 80 ''West :.of :5 52 275

t, dollars of the clear value of such interest in such pro- in the succession; and any beneficial interest in shall be necessary or proper tor enabling the assessoror .1 20 2 15 East 3-' of '.:5. 2 75
It perty. such succession accruing to any of them by survivor- assistant assessor fully and correctly to ascei tain the V ,, 20 324 V 6' "621 135
.J} Second. Where the person or persons entitled to ship, shall be deemed to be a new succession, derived dutiesduo; and the assessor or assistant assessor, if S. 3 or 3 20 4 32 ; ,5,4 .I
any beneficial interest in such property shall be a descendant from the predecessor .from whom the joint title shall satisfied with-such account and estimate as ..originally, 4 20' 324 V ,..615'1 134
or a brother or sister of the person who died have been derived. delivered or with any amendments that may be made 6 20 '3 24: I V l
possessed as aforesaid, at the rate of two dollars for SEC. 130. And be further enacted That where any therein upon'his requisition, may assess the succession 1 22 1080 01 .2' 324V'
each and every hundred ,dollars of the clear value of disposition of real estate shall, accompaiied by the duty on the footing of such account and estimate : but 4 22 2 75 ,i 3' 59l 3.24J
L$s such interest. reservation or assurance of or. contract for any b ne- it shall be lawful for the assessor or assistant assessor, w. 7/ of 5 22 1 89 o. ,',1' V IOS
t Third Where the person or persons entitled Jo any: Where the successor shall be in any other degree of dissatisfied with such account or if no account and E % of 5 22 1 89 I ... ':.2 62 .1.08
beneficial interest in such property shall be a brother collateral consanguinity the predecessor than is here! 'estimate shall be delivered to him, to assess the, dutyon V 6 22 .4 32 : > Vs; 62 r. 1'08
or sister of the father or mother, or a descendant of'a, tofore described, or shall be a stranger in blood to him, the best information he can obtain, subject to appealas E2w.343: I 23 21,76 : 1 r k'410lr'S:241\' : {r,

: j brother or sister of the fafher or moth r, of the person a duty at the rate of six,dollars per.centum upon such hereinafter provided ; and if the duty so assessed E. % 3.4 & 5 6. 123 6 48,2 au 3 11i2 ., :1 40 VV V
I who died possessed, as1 aforesaid; at 'the rate .of four value. shall excee.i the duty assessible according to the return V 3 1080 ,. ; i ..3. 104 81,
I\ dollars for each and every hundred dollars of the.clear SKC. 134.,. And be it further enacted, That Mhere the made! to the assessor or assistant assessor, and with w.3, of }' 26' 81 ";, 1V..C' 10418

: value of such interest. interest Of any successor in any real estate sh.l;before whl.h he shall have been 4Ia4atlsedwSf'uc;account ,5 26 Ins VVP5&4: > 162OV'

I Fourth. Where'the person or persons entiuea to he shall have' become entitled, thereto in' pouession, and estimate has been'delivered, and If rid appeal shallbe land4 V J :fl':6 12 .12. ". !
any beneficial interest in such property shall 'be a have passed by reason of death to any other stccessor taken against such assessment, then it shall be in w2&w541: 1620 I ., > ,
brother or sister of the grandfather or grandmother or successors,then one duty only shall be paid in respectof the discretion of the ,assessor having regards to the LOT&" p ;: V
sister of the graQdfather4)r : such interest and shall be due from the successor WATER i .
a descendant of the brother or merits of each case', to assess the whole or any part of
grandmother, of the pers n'who died possessed as who: shall first become entitled thereto in possession ; the expenses incident to *taking of such assessment, 2 13 5O? 04Eeorner 2S: 5JiO,.
aforesaid, at the rat of fi\e'd llars for each and everyhundred biitsuch! ,duty shall be at the highest rate which, if every in addition to.such duty ; and if- there f shall _,"I> dollars, of 'the -clear value of suc1iin-, such 'successor had been ,subject to dutyI would have peal against sui-h last-mentioned assessment.then the .5 : 6' 810"2! a c1i5'' ..' 27CO: Vs.j .
I- ,'V.crpst.. ". v 'been payable by any one fthe i; payment Jt such expenses shall be'in the. discretion of V, '1' '1 27'V.f ':' E.f ;::2ff :11'40.1 ,
Fifth. Where the person or pcrsons entitled to any SLC. 135. And le it fuithsr enacted, That wherever, the commissioner ot internal r vfmue. V V ,. V V .f 9 M I' : ,' ; ,6 40: V
2 beneficial interest' in suclr'property shall be m any after'the passing of this act, any succession shall,before SEC. 148, Audit ,further enacted, That if any person I'S -10.4:3'I : 69 ;,,'-29 5'4,0. VV
than is hereinbefore the assessor,shall have become entitled thereto in 5 '12 324 V .\540.
other degree of collateral consanguinity posse.sipn r <1ured to give any such novice, or deliver such t 33
stated or shall be1' 'rt ''stranger iu blood to the have become vested by alienation, or by any account as aforesaid, shall wilfully neglect: to do s fortle > ':d' U : .40 ": :::6nlld31: '6.481 ,.,

person who died possessed; as aforesaid, or shall;; be a title riot conferring a new succession, in any other person period of ten days after being notified, he, shall be V J ; 15 405 \ ;"t ; :' '
body politic or corporate; at the'rate of six dollars; for then the duty payable respect thereof shall be liable to pay to the UUlLed'States a sum equal to ten per 50ftEcorner, 21 l .Z 75 III ; ,
-. each and every hu ud ed dollars of the clear value of such paid at the same rate and time as tiie.same would have i-eiituui upon the amount duty'payable; by him ; and V j 22'1782} I I_ ; : ; .' ,
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all legacies or pas'.3ingby been payable if no such ali naUonhad been made or V V "'
interest: PrtHM, That property if any5'[ eraon liable under this act,to pay any ,duly in L. D. 'ST1CKNEY, .
p will or by the laws of 'Ji\nt sate: or territory to derivative title created ; and where the title to'any respect, of his succession' shalL after such duty shall WILLIAM V ,
of the who died possessed, as succession shall be accelerated by the 'surrender or extinction V ALSOP -
husband or wife person have been tina ly ascertained lfuly! neglect to do so AUSTIN, swrm- "
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shall be exemptfrOm'taX or duty. of any prior interests, then the duty thereon within ten alter
aforesaid days being notified: he shaU also be Direct Tax Comrnksioiiera District of Florida.
I eIWC ed, Taat the tax or sh\111'c: payable at the time of such surrender or tjcten- ; .
SEC 125. And be it further liable to the Uni ed.States a sum euual to ten per cen 'V__ __ .V ,
;_ be len: and charge upon the simi extinction J of prior title. -
. duty aforesaid shall a [ CoSEC turn ,upon the amoun of duty so unpaid, at the same -: --- V.
I ; property of every person who iray de as aforesaid, for 13(5.: ( And lie further ena-terJ, That where real:, time and in the dame mauuar as the duty to be col .AIISCEIXANEOUSJ.D .
. twenty years, or until the same: shall within that estate shall become subject to a trust for any charitable- lected.

; period, be fully paid to and* ischargl'd by the United or public purposes, under any past or future disposition Sc. 149. And be further enacted. That it shall be OWN TOWNSTORE.-30 BBLS.BEST
States; and every executor, administrator, or trustee which, made in favor of an individual would lawful for any party liable to jay duty in icspcct of his BRANDS FAMILY:WHEAT FLOLR; BUTTER
t- i before payment: and distribution to the legatees: ,.or any confer on him a succession there shall be payable iu succession, who shall bo ditsaiisfied with the assessment L41d I Pork, Corn Meal,' Giain aid Urouud Coffee
parties: : entitled to beneficial interest therein, shall pay respect of.such real estate upon its becoming subject ot'the assistant assessoi, within'thiaty days after' Sugai: s, Macaroni, Vormacilla. V
. 4 to the collector or deputy collector{ of the district of to such trusts, a duty at the rate ol six per ceil turn upon the date of sudi essjtuent, to appeal to the assessor 50 Case Cauned Meats, Fruits and Vegetables.
which the deceased perron was a resident, the amount the amount or principal value of such real estate. from such assessment: who shall decide on such appeal, .20 Cases Bot den's Condensed Milk.,
of tb1 duty or tax assessed upon Ptieh legacy or dis SEC. 137. And be it farther enacted, That the duty imposed land give notice thereof to such party, who if still ds: Salt Fish, Potatoes and other-Groi-erfes{ -now'selling
trilutive sharp, and shall also make and render to the by this act shall be paid at tho time vhen tho (satisfied within at reduced
afer greatly
L may twenty days ; notice liS aforesaid prhesat the DOWN TOWN 81 ORE.
afalFtant as escor of the said district a schedule successor, or any person in his right or on his behalf
assessor or appeal from such decision to be commissioner of Also for sale one young hAY UORSE, Saddle/4 Bridle.
list statement, in duj,licatp, of the amount of shall become entitled In possession to his succession, internal
or revenue, and furnish a statemeut of the grounds 31tf E4; D. WELLS.: .
- such legacy distributive shrre, together with the or to the receipt of the income aud profits thereof, except of such appeal to the commssiouer: whose decision V .... "-:-
4 amount of duly wbich'hs's:; accrued, or shall accrue that if there shall be any prior charge, estate! interest upon the case, as presento-d by1 the statements. of the assessor m N.TUOMPSONIJASJJSTRE. .
p- thereon, verified byhifi! oath, or affirmation, to be administered not created by the successor, himself upon or assistant assessor and such party shall be final.' 1.
p.- & some magistrate or whereof thesuccession in the CEIVED (A, 'LAKGEi.ASSORTED STOCK OF
and certified by by reason or S1.cCelihor SEC. 150. And be further enacted That the duties
J' r .. officer having lawful pbwer to administer such oaths, shall not be presently entitled to the ful enjoyment ,levied and assessed!' upon successions, b _this act shall GROCERIES, FLOUR, % OLDEN, isYRl.P: SUGAR,
..- ,- in such form and manner as may: be prescribed by the or value thereof, the duty in respett to the be collected by the same officers in the) same"manner RICE, CONDENSED' MILK, !-c.,&c. CJRAINED COFFEE -
- .; -. commissioner of internal revenue, which schedule, increased value accruing upori the determination' of and by the same FINE JAVA'and RIO at 75 01 ft. L1GHT BROWN
> processes as are or prescribed
lis, or statement shall c\ntain'the names of each and' such charge, estate, or interest, shall, if not previously' by law for the collection of direct,taxes may assessed Si GAR at 35 cts.also SPRING LAWNKand DEBAISE
- .: entitled: to any benetk-ial interest therein, paid; compounded for, or commuted, be paid at the lands under the upon and an assortment of GENTS SPRING CLOTHING. at V
every person authority the United States.
:: Vk the lowest cash V
the prices.TIUE
TI together! with the clear value of such interest time of such determination. .
: .- I..! : duplicate of which schedule, list, or statement shall be I SEC. 138,And be further enacted, That the interestof :'V --
- by him immediately delivered, and the tax thereon any snccessof.iu,moueys to arise from the sale d real MISCELLANEOUS.V : QO'lJ'ARTNKR'lIlIp: !! :HERE-
.. paid to such collector; arid,npon such payment and delivery estate under any trust for the sale thereof shall bea '
collector with' OFFICE..NOTICE. .HEREAFTER I V existing between! W.C. Morrill arid J.;K.. V !
of suoh Bcue'lule, list, or.statement, said succession chargeable duty under this act, and V POST '
or depnty eolbctordill rant to such person, :pay-;, deemed the said duty shall be paid by the trustee, executor -' not prepaid 'or franked as Soldiers', I Stickney. as publishers and ptopfietois tif the FloridaV
- ins such duty or tax, a receipt or receipts for the same or other person having control of the fuuAs; Naval or Official Business,Letters, will [,& sent.,to, the i Union hereof., is The by mutual business'consent: will be, dissolved;!from::tbd' date V

4 in dup icate, whi-h shall be prepared as hereinafter SKC. 139. And Le it further enacted, That the interest .Dead Letter Offict, under the Act of Congress. approy.,I'' continneaby J.XiStlek.t '
7 sisned and' of in ed March 3d, 1865. V E. H. REED 1'. M. /iney. wllOISaUthOrizedtosIgfl'the; name of the firm in
provided. Such receipt or receipts, duly any snccesscr personal property, subject to, auy ,
of all claims ,
dr owiiig
I ... delivered by ench collector' or deputy collector, shall 'trnst for the investment thereof the purchaie ot1Calestate Jacksonville, May 6th, 1865. It. V liquidation demaVcls'dne.or \o or,
: from the concern, and make collei tions of all but. and.
be sufficient evidence entitle such executor, admin. to which tbe successor wonldibe absohtely en. ;. .l st V I
! ; I: ,". istrator, or trustee, ,to be credited and allowed1 such 'titled, shall be chargeable! with duty under tu's act,'asa I CONCERT-THE UNION; MINSTRELS" lug claims. W. C.Fernandina .. ,MORIULL;.

payment by every tribnnul with h, by the laws of any succession, and tie tax shall bo payable btth, trustee first grand entertainment at Masonic Fla. '!'*' ',K. \S'riCKY.V'-.,
Apnll1, ; "
: I .:. .,S stale or territory" is or:may be/empowpred to decide t executor or other person having con1rd\ of -the' Will, Wcvdneslay: ev'niu?, Ma y"10th.. 1865., "Forparticulars J..' : V .V
__ of executors and adminis funds. .
i and settle the ammnts I small'bills
I next t week '
upon see '
t. .i', S ters. And in case such! executor, administrator, >or ,I SEC. 140. And bt further ena'fcdThat, ilest1ma4.; I ; J.;8. .KIKF, ftusinfs's; \ Mana er. 1liitEL1M1L I 'LlftjE,. LIME '
.: trustee, stall: Tefnse neglect 10 pay the aforecaldduty ting Uie\ value of a KUCI-CSSIOU no ullosaIcejhahl.be, : ,l..i FQr Sale,.-in quantities'to'suit purchases) !;'bjr
: or lax to th*' collector or dcpnty1llvctor, -is aforesaid, made in ripped, or any contingent iniumt.ralpetherefon lJNo.L : jVlV tl U\Vj4'TT" UiPi: ] V V V .. .V H. T MOT.Fernandi'naFla. V
: : witliin}; tI e tine l.rreinrelorr provided: or shall ;Jneplet -' ; but in the'event of such inoUmbrance tan effect1 (m, An1ersonville,1will L ('tm'p in hIe1jcdj!' ., April, 20, 1805. f '
- I to said collector or deputy'roJ. urtual burden on tUu.intcn! 'st of uhe sti et-sor' lie .
: : 't or refuse to del'.vrr; js an tJLurch, t 1 8, (. .iturda3evening, GUi 1st., :1t'1 o'lock; --1 V
S lector the duplicate of.U.e'schertnl", list, rr statementof shall 1 Le e titled to a ret'irn;' of ,a. prpponiouak} ; arnoiuit Suljeet--lrisoi. Lif AdlIil"l..ioll. 25 C'H t 'OEEDS-DOWtt TOWN StOtfE. ARMiKANGEMENlStliAVE "
such le'I u-ies, 'property.-- or.pcnoIll1; -estate: under .ot the duty so p.iid h him in 'r'sect; of the //mount or .,. .1 -"
11 r.co-frol dr) f'fnEe to dolivo valn oft11P ncunibrancc wlirn tnkinp O'cdJ' [ 1 }:E MADE AND-ARE
nforrpjtid and.fh) S'ALE--
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the ichr ;' crtor personal cs'.ate:! under osth, as aforesaid, tue value of Qlutecfsicn uo allowance; sHan le made \JLrpcUiv0, :: Rosewood riancfopc.'fpply to .nitFlowerS, .'e"'s. Other lZooi! are selling cl.eapat
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On smoking tobacco manufactured with all the stem That the foregoing subdivision '
;Tg PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY in, the lea! not having been hutted stripped ftom the|;ing or a tax on gold and silver : and tit

J. K. STICKNEY.TERMS stem, and ou refuse tobacco known as fine-cut shorts I from and after sixty day after : :
twenty-five cents per pound.On SEC. 95. And Left jurthrr I
: smoking tobacco made exclusively of stems, am I any manufactured articles, .
"Two Dollars per Annum in Advance.No not m .xed with leaf or leaf and stems flfueu cents pe I dise on which an excist or wagon
Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. and which are not specially any
.snuff, manufactured of tobacco or substitut I in value car
Single copies five cents. any by being pol'shed, -
ADVKBTISEMEKTS Jwcnty-five cents line fortobacco, ground dry or damp, pickled, scented o oiled, gi'ded, electrotyped of ariv 1'
per each '
otherwise of )
unsetrtion. : pound.On all descaiptions, thirty-five cents pe ground, pressed, colored, dyed or
Advertisements not specifying time will be or otherwise more completely :
-* f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly.Book fine-cnt chewing tobacco, whether manufacture< or sale, without changing the ,, .
with the stems, in or not, or however sold, whethe poses for which the same are one
loose, in bulk, or in packages, papers wrappers/ shall be levied collected ,
Job and Card Printing of every variety and
neatly boxes, thirty-five cents per pound. centum ad .$100.
-executed at the UNION office. valorem upon the
On cigarettes made tobacco, enclosed in a pape ed value, to be ascertained hun-
------- ----- wrapper, valued at not over five dollars per hundre i value of the finished article two .

[OFFICIAL.] packages, each containing not more than twenty-fi< sale, delivery, or consumption, 200
OF cigarettes one dollar per hundred packages. And al I original article to the person! I him- .
LAws UNITED STATES. cigarettes made of tohacco enclosed in a paper wrappe the duty imposed upon the ,
AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE valued at over five dollars per hundred packages a The increasing of values in the 300
THIRTY-EIGHTH aforesaid, shall be subject to the same duties hereij be deemed manufacturing and three
CONGRESS. provided for cigars of like value. ,
pany, or corporation engaged ,
CHAPTER On cigarettes made wholly of tobacco, and also o all the provisions of law for S Ou
cigars known as cheroots or short sixes, valued in cac duties hun
\n Act to provide Internal relating to
Government, to pay Interest on the to Public support the 'Per case.at,...not.-....over,a. five dollars per thousand, three dolla. .In payment rPA_ of taxes, liens, fines, '10 gold 00 _,

Debt, and for other purposes. J On cigars,valued at over five dollars and not ove '--SEC. 90. And be it further' -_ n 1
On ruueu brASs, copper rolled, yellow sneatninganetal fifteen dollars per thonsand eight dollars per thousand boards shingles, laths and : :: 100
in rods or sheets, and shot, sheet lead, and lead On cigars, valued at over fifteen dollars and not ova shocks, headings and, timber or f
.pipes, a duty of three per centum ad valorem ; Prom,: thirty dollars per thousand, fifteen dollars per thou-. unfinished, for chairs, tubs, dol. ; .
ded That
when of the and. '
any articles herein snaths lasts 200
men- shovel and fork
tioned shall not have been assessed and a duty paid On cigars, valued at over thirty dollars per thousand d l 1 brella stretchers, alcohol made parlor t l
thereon of three per centum, in the form of ingots, and not over forty-five dollars, twenty-five dollars per 'its or materials upon which the those : [
pigs, or bars, a duty of five thousand.
per centum shall be assess shall have been paid, bone I at not
ed and paid thereon.On On cigars, at over forty-five dollars per thousand malt, burning fluid printers' two

goat, calf,kid, sheep, horse, hog, and dog skins, forty dollars per thousand, and the valuation of cigar:, tile or felting purposes, until :. 2 00 .
.tanned or dressed in the rough, a duty of five per cen herein mentioned shall in all cases be the value of th( and slate, or other not
tum ad valorem.On ,cigars exclusive of the tax. '
unwrought, charcoal coke 4 to
goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse, hog, and dog skins, And all cigars manufactured after the passage* of thl' from grain, bread and, all si*
coried or finished a duty of five per centum ad valo act shall be packed in bundles, boxes, or package, centrated milk, parafine 6 00
rem ; Provided, That all goat, calf kid, sheep, horse, open to the inspection, and correctly labelled with th the bullion used in the ,
hog, and dog skins, previously assessed in the rough number and kind contained therein and after inspec ver bullion rolled or prepared 01- .
and upon which duties have been actually paid, shah tion, unless the same shall be removed to a bond sively, materials prepared for 5 00
be assessed on the increased value only when curried warehouse for exportation, shall be stamped by the i* skirts exclusively and unfit for tep i ,
car finished.On spector with stamps to be provided by the commission!" tapes and small wares for 10 Ot
patent, enammelled, and japanned leather and of internal revenue, denoting the tax thereon and p I be, and hereby are, exempt each,
skins of every description, a of five affixed that the bundle or box be '
duty per centum cannot opened with goods wares and merchandise 25 Op
ad valorem.On out effacing or destroying said stamp. And any bip- I manufactured from materials each,
oil-dressed leather and deer skins, dressed or die box, or package of cigars which shall be sold or to, and upon which internal 50 00
smoked, a duty of five per centum ad valorem : Provided pass out of the hands of the manufacturer, except lItoa paid, or materials imported and
That when leather or skins, Upon which a duty bonded warehouse without such stamps so affixed by : been paid or upon which no 75 00
has been previously assessed and paid, shall be man. an inspector, shall be forfeited, and may be "seize d I II by law, where the increased hun
ufactured into gloves, mittens or moccasins, the duty I wherever found, and sold, one half of the proceeds cf I or merchandise, and articles so 00
shall only be assessed the such sale to be paid to the informer and the
upon increased value thereof other to shall not exceed the amount of 10 Op
when so manufactured. "* the United States. And every person, before mikinf valorem, shall be, and hereby l,
On leather of all descriptions, tanned or partially any cigars after the passage of this act, shall apply fob! SEC. 97. And be further
banned iu the* rough. a duty of five per centum ad va and procure from the assistant assessor of the di&'ric-: firm or corporation, who shall afore
lorem. in which he or she resides, a permit authorising such prior to the passage of this act J
On leather of all descriptions, curried or finished, a person to carry on the trade of,cigar-making, for which vision therein for the
duty of five per centum ad permit he or she shall said assistant payment j
valorem ; 2'rovi'led, That pay assessor the" law enacted subsequent thereto fifty
all leather previously assessed in the rough and upon sum of twenty-five cents. And every person employed, delivered under such contract is, .. 50
which duties have been actually paid shall be assessed or working at the business of cigar-making in &ny I I empowered to add to the price, :: five

On wine made of grapes, a.duty of five cents per shall, before making any cigars in such other district posed on said articles::;, and not by
,gallon. present said permit to the assistant assessor of the ds- vendee, and shall be entitled
Ou all other wines or liquors known or denominated trict where so employed or working, and procure tie I paid and to sue for and recover ; plate
as wine, not made from currants, rhubarb, or berries endorsement of said assistant assessor thereon author Provided That where the and
produced by being rectified or mixed with other spir- zing said business in said district for which endors Q ser under such prior contract and
its, or into which any matter whatever may be infused ment the assistant assessor shall be entitled to receiv I per officer of the department, as u '.
to be sold as wine, or by any other name, and not from the applicant the sum often cents. And it shal\ made, showing, according to by
otherwise provided for in this act, a duty of fifty cents be the duty of every assistant assessor, upon application ed by the Secretary of the what-
per gallon : Prodded, That the returns, assessment, of any person residing in his district, to furnish a chased by the United States, '
and collections of the duties on such wines shall be permit, or to endorse upon the permit of the applicant I quent duty, shall be taken and 3
subject to me regulations oMhe commissioner of inter- if resident in another district, authority to pursue the same is applicable, in discharge : .
nal revenue. And who trade of cigar-making within the district of such shall
any person shall willingly and proper ties on articles so contracted to
knowingly sell or offer for sale, any such. wine made assistant assessor ; and said asfeistaut assessor shall United: States'and actually or
after the passage of.this act, Upon which the keep a record of all permits granted, or indorsed by I contract ill. ,
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!o"V>C\4 Uia:! IIUIo ucen pala, or whlcl1l1ai beeu fraud- him, showing the date of each per'I it. the name. residence POTION .
ulently evaded, shall upon conviction thereof, be sub and place of employment 01 the party I amcd I S.\ 4M"i I old, 1
ject to a penalty one hundred dollars or to im therein, the name and district of the officer who originally levied rEC. 'J3. ..tnlll it further ( : and
prisonment not exceeding two years at the discre granted the same, or who may have made any and collected and paid, *
tion of the court. subsequent indorsement thereon, and the name or goods, wares, merchandise: oM
On furs of all names of the auction, including all sales of I .
descriptions, when made up or manu party or parties; by whom the person securities :
factured, a duty of five per centum ad volorem ; Pro- named in such permit is employed, or, if working for the a duty of one fourth '
sided, That all manufactured furs, on which a 'duty has himself or herself, stating such fact ; and every person or other gross amount of such sales ; pej- ?
teen previously assessed and: paid before manufacture making cigars shall keep an accurate account of all the person making such :;
it shall bo assessed only on the'i&creased value thereof cigars made by him or her, for whom and their kindor at the end of each and every ; .
wheu so manufactured. quality ; and, if made for any other person, shall! make a list or return in
On cloth and all textile or knitted 'r felted fabrics state in said account the name of the person or persons said district of the gross amount of for
-of cotton, wool, or other materials, before.the same has for whom the same were made, and his or their placeof should, with the amount of duty be
been dyed printed business, and shall the first : of accrue thereon, which the
or bleached, and on all tJoth? painted on Monday every thereto declaration '
enauiinclled, shirred, tarred, varnished, or oiled, a month, deliver to the assistant assessor of the district, and under oath
duty or five per centum ad valorem ; Provided, That required by him, a copy of such account, verified by sioner:manner as may be after
thread and yarn, and wraps for weaving shall be re oath or affirmation that the same H true and correct internal revenue, that < on.
garded as manufactures And if any person shall make without correct, and shall, at the same ,)"
and be subject to a duty of I any cigars procuring I to the collector ;
five per centum ad valorem. such permit, or the proper endorsement thereon '. tax or deputy [ ;
On ready-made clothing, boots aud shoes, gloves, he or she shall be punished by a fine of five dollar or shall be thereupon, a* aforesaid, : oc
mittens, and mocoasins, caps, hats, and bonnets, or I for each day lie or she shall so oflend, or by imprison dollars. subject In all to and pay a cat-
other it-tides of drers for th<>. wear of men, women, or ment for ouch time as the court may order for eaclday's list or cases the ot ?:
children, five per centum ad valorem : Provided, That I;I. Feuce., not exceeding thirty, days in the whole made in payment the assessment
any tailor boot or shoe maker hat. cap or bonnet upon any one conviction. And if any person wakingcigars sions of this manner proscribed of
maker, milliner or dress maker, exclusively engaged Shall fail to make the return herein required, or ed under the act ; Provided. That tin j
in manufacturing any of the foregoing articles to order shall make a false return, he or she shall be punishedby by judicial provisions of this ; I ; I
as custom work, and not for sale generally, who shall a fine not exceeding one hundred dollar, or by imprisonment by virtue of or executive officer ; any% j
a judgement '
make not or c; M
affidavit to the assessor or assistant assessor, exceeding thirty days. And if any person public sales made :
that the entire amount of such! manufactures so made firm, company, or corporation shall employ or trators. by guardiau, "
does not exceed the sum of six hundred dollars per procure any person to make any cigar, who has not
annum, shall be exempt from duty ; wljen exceeding the permit or the endorsement thereon required by this BROKERS, t
s-ix: hundred dollars per annum, a duty of three per act, he, she, or they shall be punched by a fine of ten SEC. !m. A ad he U further n *
centum ad valorem on the excess above six hundred dollars for each day he, she, or they fhall so employ and bankers doing business as
dollars. such person, or by imprisonment not exceeding ten ject to pay the following duties '
On cottou upon which no duty has been levied, col days. And if any person shall be found making cigars the: sales of merchandise, and

lected, or paid and which is not exempted by law, a without such permit, or the endorsement, thereon, the lion, foreign exchange,
duty of two cents per pound, which shall 1 e and re- collector of the district may seize any cigars, or tobacco notes, stocks, bonds or other -;
main in lien thereon, until said duty shall have been for making cigars, which may be found in possessionof mentioned, and shall be subject .
paid, in the possession of any person or persons whom such person and the same shall be forfeited to the where not inapplicable thereto, )
soever.. .. Unitcd_ States and sold ; and one half of the proceeds ment, coIlection of the dutif's_ .re-
un.nou au :.iiauuiauiures ui CUIKJU, wool, BUK, worsted, paid to the United states, one lourtn to the i former as are prescribed for the pers'n't! :; : .u''H." _'
duo hemp jute India-rubber, gutta-percha, wood, and the other fourth to the collector making the seizure, corporations, owning or iu
willow, glass, pottery-ware, leather, paper, iron, steel Oa bullion in lump, ingot, bar, or otherwise, a duty management of railroads case
lead, tin, copper, zinc, brass, gold, silver, horn, ivory, of one half of one per ccntnm ad valorem, to be pale that is to say : Upon all sales of .,
bone, bristles, wholly or in part, or of other materials by the assayer of the same, who shall stamp the pro or other goods, one eighth of one 'ul
not in this act otherwise provided for a duty of five duct ol the assay as the commissioner of internal revenue sales and contracts for sales of so
per centum ad valorem Provided That on all cloths under the direction of the Secretary of tho Treasury twentieth of one per centum on -
dyed, printed, or bleached, on which a' duty or tax may prescribe by general regulations. And ever! and of gold and silver bullion ; .
shall have been paid before the same were so dyed, and all sales, transfers, "xchanges, transportation, an( change, promissory notes, or
printed, or bleached, the said duty or tax of five per exportation of gold or silver assayed at any miat of the twentieth of cne per centum on for
Centum shall be assessed only upon the increased value United States, or by any private assayer, unless stamped sales, and of all contracts for, *

thereof: And provided,further, That any cloth or fab as prescribed by general regulations, as aforesaid, u That any person, firm,'or ,
rica, as aforesaid hereby declared unlawful and as a broker, or banker or '{
when or
made of thread,yarn, or warps, ; every person, corpo- rt
upon which a duty, as aforesaid, shall ,have been assessed ration who shall sell, transfer transport, exchange export who shall sell, or offer to 'sell, _
and paid shall be assessed. aud pay a duty on i or deal in the same, shad be subject to a penalty of duce'or gold and silver bullion,
the increased value only thereof. one thousand dollars for each offence and U\ a fine no, current money, promissory notes : >e r
On all diamonds exceeding that sum and to other securities, not bona -]
emeralds;precious stones, and l it&tlou ; imprisonment for a tents Me at
: thereof and all other jewelry. duty; of ten not exceeding two years nor less than. sir mouthd.NO: erty, and actuallY'on'hand shall > .
ceatom ad valorem : Provided that 'Iwhen..d1amondJ. jeweller: ;worker: artificer in gold and, silver;,:shalltike'either to an other penalties'provided in ,' : -'
emeralds, precious stones,'or Imitations thereof, import : of those metals except it shall bare' m been ,aftypercentumin'addition.to -;;
-ted from foreign countries upon:Which Import! dutie 'stamped' aforesaid,, as' required JJ1', tJiia act ;':and rues of duty s f. ; -or ,, r
have been paid, shall be set oc'.rpset la; 'fold, or any, eyetiotatfon'of' this section' shall subjecttbCpffferpennon ''be I00.'-';.Athd bi 4 it/ti,1't1 : :-U1e' .
other material the shall to the penalties contained berets I o.. ,or corporation ierfeditnntelone. '
dater be ap.awed. and. .paid, up. P cry i
on tin ) shall 'lake table, gold .
saints only of the settings; ;trrnsport, or cause to be transported watch, or pianoforte .
On carendls i, plug, twist, and all other kinds of extort or cause to be exported from the United struments, and on all gold and ...
'ttnofaetured tobacco, not herein provided for, from States any gold or silver in its natural state 1. uncoined duties or sums of money set
.*&ich the stem has been taken out In whole or in part or unasuyed and unstamped, as aforesaid : and for the same respectively, or : .
et wWfh it 'vrteteoed. thirty-five cents per pound very violation of this provision very offender shall be forth in ftchedtxl9 A, hereto b..
subject to the penalties contained herein ; Provided person or ponou owning, pos : a
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1 fraudulently unac oun rof. And all'provisionsiu the commissioner of internal rtvenuo, thai ha
such riyor or Ihe
Coap nlesorjcorjKr tiotiBoifnng,possewdnjr,1, or.barAMrlti3ftbocaro'or'm ", .theretonatBeJoa&orattomaioaof pe this I act in relation to returns, additions, penalties, was not posse'sed of an income ofaix fcuadred
of such .
-\ nagementof-ny toll-road, ferry, orS of the president cashier ba8fn" forfeitures, Iteu,'assessments, and collection not In.., liablu to be as ea cd according to the "roYia'ona:
.. bridge-, authorized bylaw to receive toll for the transit corporation, or company, in such couipat.b.e bere\\dJ1isbIiU apply to this section and tht" ,'act,*ormay declare that ho or erie has been assessed ofb
of passaagers, b asts carriages, teams, and freight of may be by the commissioner of inrnsjreveine Taat in all 1*lereint.'oume eL
I prtrib objects herein embraced : n-oylded, cases year lor. auu i*** iM.d an
contains f&fnJU
: any description,, over such toll-road, ferry, 4r bridge ttat't, e ; a ue."ayd { '- where the rate or prICe of rdvertislng u fixed by law of i duty under autority of the U liLt d I tate. aLd UlCOlna
: shall be subject to and pay a duty of threevpef centum statement amount ld i it uball IK let fnl- ,t'ieruoh'bo fron inco.nt\ ah.l1
tat"or exempt
the United Stat. .a duty in Btlld dlat. _
to'duty aforesUiand. iCE
the amount of all their receipt of de-I capital on gross every '
(0 tajtouipauy )uso.,or i.eraODSjpnblJBhlnjfsald; advi itlsemenvS 'or; it the list or return of ullY Put1s..J hayjcieas'd tlteD
of said to'lbe : ill
th return. am-
of such shall dupUcato
aiTiptiou. imt when the receipts sx-t'to ,
gross any : impojfd this b the assli1aut
v.y asasJr.lu
to add the duty'or ,, l1Uanntsr
: of internal and itliinytwent as atore.
J bridge: or toll-road shallnot xeed the.,auionn> necessarily 'missioner revenue said vf lhfprk'e' oft's.id, adveitlsemeut-s: any law to the 8id, 8Uh party may be pewhted to dec1ale
exp .nde I to keep soch bridge.or; &.in'repair, shall :pay,to the commlssioner'of 'er- notirhnstandiugu and, taat the rtOcilhlOt oath orafthmation, theainuutoxaunu ll t.u.-ou.e.ol, uLdcr
ttx shall bo "wishs receipts: Provided, J 'nal revenue the'duties heieinbefore prcscrib the contrary tte
no ou adveitisemoals to Ihe amount' of six hundred amount held in t.ust, as aforesaid, liable le
j Tim: all a'ich p/rsous, companies, and corporations'shall (said amount'of circulation' of i .t" dolhvs annually, by any person or persona, firm, amt e same, so de.Lured, shall *bu received a.aU8td
,, hav.i th i riqj.it tp add the du y or tax,imposed hereby i 'a aforesaid, and for any refusal or neglect to. Uu publishing.tiny newspaper, magazine, review assistant assessor ai true, and as.the lUlU u ou by ,
tu their rates of lire whenever their liability thereto i iI to render such'return, and payment, a aforegaiany[ or company & which
du-.ies aud
scientific or new s publication, are to bo asses eU collected
other literary that
I 'which exist such bank, association, corporation, company [>erI I or except the
comm nee; may And ious"claimed
j may uny j suall be exempt from duty : : in such casssLatj not be
which son so in default shall be subject to and pay a p Uty 8ne\l1 periodically mde or
I with or
or by agreement any person company ave allow ed until approved.by the assistant
all new.il'apcrsboso age
nat a&
further > or. But
additional ,
I may have paid or bs liable to pay such fare to thcs con of tvo hundred dollars. besides tile pity. ,ind sunil 11 fjeiiiu the any
copies sgiTU-vea
I t' and forfeitures iu other cases in this ac and I circulation toes not exceed two tuous pjiS ; oy doc.sic.xioi the assI lttntasse
try notwithstanding. provided tisements.I or iu such ..
ad vases
be exen.ptd (rolu all taxes for ei appeal lothoussestoref
and :
of circulation cap tho
deposit as
EXPRESS CO\lP A IES.* the amount ,!I .
I wheneverby the district ant! his detision
Sac. Ii5. Ami be it Jaither "l1IacteJ, 'pat tLereou
S shall bfsti-I I sLall ta
I enacted That aforesaid, in deianlt of the proper return, I
SEc lOt. And b further any person, assistant' of the dMct this act any license, duty, o'r tax or any description final ; and the form, time, aud manuer of proceedinffl:
dim, company, or corporation carrying on or doing an jutted by the assessor or assessor he, has been imposed on any person or con[ o'ate body, orv"vlJcry shall be su'ject to rules 3jd regulation to be prescriled
and ofthive KB aforesaid upon tho bestlnformatipn can olan ;
business shall be subject to pay a duty thecoium.fcsloiieroiiutcinulruveuue.SEC.
express inCo.poru.d or uailJ.orioated : by .
\ter ium tho amount, of ah tae reeeptstfT and c\ ely such penalty, together whh the duik; as ot iay ijison, li -
; vc o i gross ot business 119 And \yt it further
than one place enacted.
SLC'I basiness. aforesaid, may be recovered for the use, _,of the tEd compauy, naviiig more 'h That the duties
I express x comaiis-tiouer 01 mieruai revenue on incomes Le.ein imposed shall be levied
it snail be Uwtoi for the on the
J .- INSURANCE COMPANIES.SKC. I States in any court of competent jUr'lUcUon. Uiuthe what district such of May, and be due and fi1't.
.'t.. of bankw1th branches to preset i ibe undpe'.eriinne in day payaolo on or before the
103. And b. it farther ena ed, That there shall case 10-
"shall assessed .u.d collecteJ anti to what otuic rthereot'the thirtieth uay June, in eivhir, uuUand
S be levied, collected! and pdt: a duty: of one and a half vided for shall be? imposed upon the circulation o ach tax ue official notices required in that behalf shall the year eighteen hundred and seventy, aad iiolomrer-including
branch severally and the amount of capital o' ach
of one per centum upon tLe gross re -eipts of premiums shall be demanded and to stun or sums ai ;
be anil. of whom meat of su h tax any naally de aud
given pay for
for insurance from loss or damage by branch shall be consdeed! to be tho amount allo Ito unpaid
S or assessment', 1'roiidel That all taxes on manufactures: thil ty clays after!the iLL. .evh 91 juue, as*aloresuid
branch and much of act entitled C A act : and
made iosurancc ;
the of the sea, by
: Arc or by perils every for ten affer dNnltnd"thCt.O!
:f in.iuufacat,big and iu llUfdCtl1l i lug corporations days by tLe coluber
and for the of thetovernraent couipun.es, there
moans ,
whether: inland or marine or fire insurance to provide ways support -
I my, di shall be luvieJ in add.tion thereto
tomp the
shall be assessed, auJ the tax collected, in tue bum ot iCu
approved March three eighteen hujred per
and 'o.btion or individual engaged !
conpany, by every located dutieo
S is
within; which the place of manufacture een.uniOnjheamouutol unpaid, as
trict a
and as tax on banks theicir- penaltyexcept
in the Business insurance against loss or dam.aze sixty-three, imposes any f. on the estates of otherwise provided. insolvent
by fire or by the perils of the BC.and; by every: cultiOl capital I, or deposits other than .is herein>rc- unless sona. And if .liable to per
INCOME. any pav sach
shall issue hereby repealed : Provided, That this scion duty snail
linn or co-poration, who ,
persoa, company, to shall i apply to associations which are taxed uJer SEC. 11C. And le further ,enacted, That thero shall neglect or refu-e to pay t1.e. j anie, utter such demand,
insurance injury '
contracts against
tickets or person the annual the amount due saall: be a lien in fav.ur
be levied collected and paid annually upon QL the
and like and by virtue of the act to provide a national cun- ,
5- while travcllfug', by land or water t a duty ,
r, iiuoaie of eliding in the States from the time it was, dUO uutJ aid with
or every person j the
profit interest -
bonds gains, ,
-S hHll be pai-i the agent of foreign! insurance' cy, secured by a pledge of United States ai to
by any
s business within the provide for circulation( and redemption thcrcf Uuiteu States or of any citizen of, the United States penalties, and c, sts that way1uuctue in audition 5
office ;
or doing
i co.npany having: an abroad whether derived from any kind of thereto, upon all the propertr.ud iijjhu 10
l S Uciici itcs and that in the account or return to bo nor to any savings-bank having no capital stockedwhose residing piOpeitv be
I ; rents interests dividends, salaries, or from longing to such person ; and in'dcluult, ot tue
business is confined to property paymentof
ipivd shall state tho amount insured, renew. ; receiving deposislndloaing
rcn they fes>ion tr. de employment, or vocuioncarried saidduty: aforesaid, said lien may bo enforced
amount of premiums revived the same on interest for the any pr bv
vd. continued the
J S or and assessments, gro.s cclleted, an4 the dutc3: by law\ only, and which do no other business thQc"positor b)1 on in the United State or elsewhere, or from any other distiaint upon such property, rights to property, htoclssecuntie ,
except as hereinafter mentioned, if :, and evidences ofdebt, by Wuouosoever hold.
thereon for the quarter then next proceeding. ing : And provided, further, That any bank ceasinj source whatever,
accruing PAS POETS.8icc. issue notes for cirulaton. and which shall depo j hi such annual gaius, profits, or income, exceed the sum en: and for this purpose the collector, alter, demands

enacted That for the treasury of States, in lawful money ie 1! of six hundred -liars, a duly of five per centum ou the duly given, as aforesaid, shall issue a warrant, iu form ,
I 103. And le it fart tier C"CfY'f Unitef
( I issued from the office of the Secretary, of State, amount of its outstanding circulation, to be redee.ed excess over six hundred dollars aud not exceeding five : and manner to be prescribed by thc commissioner of
pa3po.t thousand dollars and a duty of seven and one half of internal revenue, under the directions of the Secretary
such tho
at under Secretary ofhe ;
t there shall he paid the sum of five dollars ; which par, regulations as ; i
I : amount may be paid to any collector appointed under Treasury may prescribe, shall be exempt.from anybx one per centum per annum ou the excess over five oi tho 'l'reasnrand by virtue of such warrant there
r I thousand dollars and not exceeding ten thousand dol- may be levied on each property,'rights to
therefor shall be forwarded with upon such circulation. property
this a't. and his receipt '
the application! for such passport to the office of the Secretary LOTETlK-i. lars ; and a duty of ten per centum on the excess over stocks, securities, and evidences of debt, a further sum,
I 111. be ifci- thousand dollars. And the duty herein piovidedfor to be fixed and stated in such warrant, over and above
of State or agent appointed by him, to be SEC. And further enacted, That every ten
1 transmitted to the commissioner! of ,internal revenue, vidual partnership, firm, and association, being proi-| shall be assessed, collected, and paid upon the gains, the said annual duty, interest, and penalty for nonpayment

there to be charged to the account of such collector. etors, manager, or agents of lotteries, shall pay a ix profits, or income for the year ending the thirty-first day sufficient for the fees, costs, and expenses of such
J ., December next preceding the time for levying, collecting levy. And in all cases of sale, as aforesaid the certificate
.I And the collectors shall account for all moneys received f five per centum on the gross amount of the receits of
I I { for passports in the manner hereinbefore provided, and from the said business ; and all persons making sch and paying said duty : Provided, That income of such sale by'the collector shall,vest in the purchaser -

1 like amount shall be paid for every passport issued tales shall, within ten days after the first day oi eh derived from interest upon notes, bonds, and other securities all right, title, and interest such delinquent
and month of the United States shall be included in esti- iu and to such property, whether the property be real
by minister or Consul of the United States, who e\Q. make and render a list or rettnin ,
S Khali any account tbetefCr to the treasury. duplicate to the assistant assessor of the gross anoint mating incomes under this section : Provided, That or personal ;,aud where the subject of sale shall be

t TELKGKAPH, COMPANIES. of such sales, made as aforesaid, with the amouyfof only one deduction of six hundred dollars shall be made stocks. the certificate of said sale shall be lawful author-

SEC. 107. .fnd be it further enacted i That any parson, duty which has accrued or should accrue thein ; from the aggregate incomes of all the members of any I ity and notice to the proper corporation, company, or

I I 'tirm company corporation) owning or possessing or which list shall have annexed thereto a decla on, family composed.of parents and minor children, or bus- association' to record the same on the books,or records,

having, the care or management of any telegraph line under oath or affirmation, in such form and sign&by band and wite, except in cases where such separate income in the same manner as if transferred or assigned by the

by which telegraphic despatches messages are received such officer, agent, or clerk, as may be prescribe by shall be derived from the separate and individual person or party holding the same, to issue new'certificates S

5 or transmitted, shall.be subject to, and pay a the commissioner of internal revenue, that the save is estate, gains, or labor ofthe wife or child : And provided of stock therefor in lieu ot any original or'prior

I 5 duty of five per cent.um on the gross amount of all re-, 'true and correct, and that the said proprietors, mna- further, That net profits realized by sales of real certificates, which shall be void whether cancelled or

r-oipts of, such person, firm, company, or corporation.I cers. and agents shall on or before the .twentieth 'av estate purchased within the year for which income is not. And said certificates of sale of the- collector- ------- whp1"P..---.

THKATOKS, OPERAS, CIRCUSES, AND MUSEUMS.BEC. \ of:; each and every month, as aforesaid, pay te'colletor, estimated, shall be chargeable as income : and loses on the subject of sale shall be 8ecur_ties orother evidence*

108. And tie further enacted, That any person, or deputy collector of the proper district amoulofthe sales of real estate purchased within the year, for which of debt, shall be good and valid receipts to. the person

4'-I > 5 thin, or cOrporation, or the manager or agent thereof, duty or tax as aforesaid. Ad in'default of makig income is estimated, shall be deducted from the income holding the same, as against any person holding, or

S 1' 'owning, conducting,'or having the care or management such lists or returns, the,, Itropretor manages, of such year. claiming to hold, possession of such securities or other

S of any theatre, opera, circus, museum, or other public and agents, and all other p'Sr on safe, SEC. 117. And be further enacted' That in estimatingthe evidences of debt.
; exhibition of dramatic or operatic representations, shall be subject to and pay a penalty of one thousaddolarF annual gains, profits, or income of any person, all SEC. 120. And le further enacted, ThaC'there shall

plays, 'pertbnnances, musical entertainments, feats ofI besides the additions, penalises, and'forfeitutg national, state, and municipal taxes, other than the national be levied and collected a duty o|,five per centum on all

horsemanship, acrobatic sports, or other shows which cases provided 1 aud the said proprietors, maagep |- income ,tat, lawfully assessed within the. year dividends in script' or money thereafter 'declared due

I are opened to the public for pay, but'not including occasional and agents shall, in default of paying the sa L uptfh the'property or sources of Jncome of auy person, and whenever the same shall be payable,to stockholders -

S Concerts, school exhibitions,lecture or exhibitions duty or tax at the time herein required, be subject tJ as aforesaid, from'which said 'annual gains, profits, or policy-holders, depositors, as part of the earn.

," of work of art, shall be subject$ to and pay a duty and pay a penalty of one thousand dollars,'or bej in income is or should be derived, shall be deduced, in ing,income; or gains of any bank, trust company, savings -

1 of two per centum ou the'gross amount of all receiptsderived prisoned not exceeding one year. In all cases of deli addition to six hundred dollars, from the gains, profits, institution, and of any fire, marine, life, inland

.I \'. by such person, firm, company, or corporation quency in making said list, return, or payment, the 1 or income of the person who,has actually paid the same, 'insurance company, either stock; or mutual,under whatever -
from such representations, plays, performances, exhibitions assessments and collections shall be made in the mann '.whether; owner, tenant, or mortgagor also the salary name or style known or called, in the United
L <. shows or musical entertainmeuts.v prescribed in the provisions of this act in relation to for pay"received for services in the civil,military,naval, Slates or' territories,, whether specially incorporated or

t )' SEC. 109. And If it further enacted, That any person, manufactures, articles, and products : Provided, Tha ''or other servi c'of the United States, including Senators existing uudcr general laws,.and on all undistributedsums
the of charitable represcntat1v s.ap.u delegate in congress ,above ; or sums mad.or added during the to"their
firm', company, or orporation owning or possessing, managers any sanitary fair or of any year
or having'the" care or management of, any railroad, benevolent, or religious association, may apply to tio he rate of six hundred dollars per annum ; and there surplus or contingent fuudo and said banks.trust com

canal steamboat, ship, barge canal-boat, or other vessel collector ot the district and present to him proof thaUhoproeeds shall also be deducted the income derived from dividends panics, savings inHfitutlons, and insurance companies
r ,
S ; S' or any ferry, toll-road or bridge, as enumerated of any contemplated lottery, raffle, or gift enterprise on shares in the capital stock of any bank, trust shall pay the said duty, and are .hereby authorized to

I and described iu section one hundred and two [three] will be applied to the relief of sick and wouidI I company,savings institution insurance, railroad,canal, deduct and withhold from allpayuients maile on accountofanydivfdcndstorums

ot this act ; or carrying on or doing an express busi- I cd soldiers, or to some other charitable use, and thereupon turnpike, canal navigation, or slack-water company, of money that may (be due
ness ; or engaged in the business Of insurance, as here the commissioner shall grant a permit to hold sich I, aud the interest on any bonds or other evidences of indebtedness and payable as aforesaid, the said duty of five per ecu

S tofore described ; or owning or haying the care and lottery, laffle, or gift enterprise, and the said saniti-y of any luch corporation or company, which turn. And list or return shall ;bo made and rendered

management cf any'telegraph line, or owning, possess5 fair, or charitable or benevolent association, shall be ; shall have been assessed and the tax paid, as hereinaftcr to the assessor or assistant assetfeor in duplicate, and

ing, leasing, or having the control or, management of.. exempt from al charge, whether from tax or licence iu provided ; also the amount paid by any person for one of said lists or returns shall'be transmitted, and the -

; any circus, ihcatr,' opera, or museum shall within respect of lottery, raffle, cr gift enterprise : the rent of the homestead used or occupied by himselfor duty paid to the commissioner of internal revenue with
'4 twenty days after th0 end of each and every month, I vided further, That nothing m this section 11)0-1 his family, and the rental value of any homestead in thirty days after the time vhen any dividends or -

make a list or return in duplicate to the assistant assessor shall be COIRtru'c to legalz any lottery. i'' used or occupied by any person, or by his family, in sums money become due or -payable a* aforesaid;
5- S of the district, stating the gross amount of their receipts SEC. 1. it eadcd, That each loter, his own right or in the right of his wife, shall not be included and said list or return shall contain a true and :faithful

respectively for the month next preceding, ticket, or certificate supplementary\ thereto, / and assessed as part of the income of such per- account of the amount of duties us aforesaid ; and there

r which return shall be verified by the oath or affirmationS legibly stamped at the time of sale with the name a son. In estimating the annual gains, profits} or incomeof shall be annexed thereto a declaration of the president,

t such owner possessor,manager, agent, or other prop- the vendor and the date of such sale, under a penal}' any person, the interest over tu.cl above the amountof cashier, or treasurer of the bank,tru t company, savings

S <:r officer, in the: manner and form to bo prescribedfrom of fifty dollar, to be paid by the vendor of each lottefi'' interest, paid upon all notes, bonds, and mortgages, institution, or iasurance company,under oath or affirmation -
S. time to time by the commissioner of internal revenue ticket or certificate supplementary thereto sold uithuit. or other forms of iudebtedneits, bearing interest, whether in form and manner as may be prescribed by the

S S ; and shall! also pay to the collector the full being first btaiuped as aforesaid. due and paid or not, if good and, collectable, shall commissioner of internal revenue, that the same con-
amount of duties which have accrued on such receipts .t. 113. Amllf further enacted, That in addit&i be included and assessed as part of the income of such I tains a true and faithful account-ot the duties as afore

for the month aforesaid. And iu case neglect or refusal to all ether penalties and forfeitures now imposed by person for each year ; and also ail income or gains derived said. And for any default in the making or 'rendering

to make said lists cr return for the space of ten 1.1V for the evasion ot license fees or other taxes upon from the purchase and sale of stocks or other of such list or' return, with such declaration annexed

days after such return s-hould have been made as aforesaid the lottery: busincM" any person who shall, he.cafter sell property, real or personal, and the increased value of t.e: bank, trust company, savings institution, or insurance -

the assessor or assistant assessor shall proceed to or dispose of any loltery ticket or certificate supplementary live stock, whether sold or on baud, and the amount of company, niaklug such default, shall forfeit as a

: estimate the amount icceived and the duties payableS tH'rew, or any"device iu the nature thereof without I sugar, wool, butter, cheese, pork beef, mutton, or oUter penalty the sum of one thousand dollars ; an!in case of

S ihereon, and shall add thereto ten per ctutumn hel c- having first duly obtained a i license, as hereinbefore moats, hay akd" grain, or other vegetable or other any default in making or rendering said list 01''return,
S inbefoic provided in, other cases of delinquency, to mentioned, -halli.icur a penalty of five hundred dollarsfor productions of the estate ot such person sold, not including or of any default in thepaymentot the duty as required

make return lor purposes of aspessnunt ; and for the each and every such offence ; and any person who} any part tlieeofusokI or on hand during the or any part thereof, the assessment and collection of the

purpose of making such assessment, or of ascertaining shall purchase, obtain, or receive any lottery ticket, or year next preceding the thirty-first of December, shall duty and penalty shall be iu accordance with the general

5 the correctness oi any such returi?, the books of any any policy l of number?, tokens, certificate, wager, or device be included and assessed as part of the income of such provisions of law in other ase* of neglect and refusal :

\ such person, firm, company, or corporation phall be representing or intended represent a lottery ticket person for each year, and the gains and profits of all Provided, That the duty upon the dividends of life insurance -

S subject to the iiv pec(ion ot tho lessor or assistant M-' or fradiouall'.IJt thereof, from any person not having companies, whether incorporated or partnership: other companies shall not be deemed due or to be col
r&Ror on his demand or request there or. Aud in case a license to ae.il in lottery tickets provided 'byJav than tIle companies specified in this section, shall be lected until such diviileialn shall bo payable by such

'' .)neglect; or refusal pay the duties, with tho cdilitkm i- J \ may rectyYer Inna sach person of whom tie same included in estimating the annual gains, piofits, or income companies, nor shall the portion premIums returned

S: S aiore.-aid, when the same have bjeu cscirtained, vv purchaKid: obtained: or reeeivtd at an.,' time within cf any pr-rson entitled to tho same, whether divided by luuiual life insurance companies to their policy

for the space of ten days ufter the s;me shall have be- tree; years .:realtor, before any court of competentjuii.sdictioii or othcrw:c. In estimating deductions from income holdcn- oe considered as divideucLrt profits under this

toine payable, tLe owner, possessor, or peivon having a sum equal to twice tho aiuount paid f(l'I as aforesaid, when auy person rents bunding, act. S

the management as aforesaid, shall pay, in llhli1ion,tn I the '-ainc, witli junt and legal cJ ts.AunKfI".E lands, or oth r property, or lured labor to carry on I SEC. 121. Ami le further encyted, That any bank

her centum on the amount of such tlmiand.. addi,ion ; ; IT:. land, or to conduct any other business from which su- h legally authorized to issue note as circulation, which
S and for anv attempt:knowingly to evade: tin-) payment -\1;<. Hi. And U it.fulleitua;-tnl, That tla-iv- shtl11c income is actually deiived. or navs- interest nuou any shall neglect or omit to make dividends or additions to
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I. of such duties, tho.said. owner, poses.Mior l'crs.n, levied, collected, and paid by unj person 01. persoiu, actual iiicnmbraiicc thereon) th-1 amount actually pait; its surplus or contingent fund aa often as once in six

t ,, having the care or niiinsgctttrut us aforesaid, shall V)>e lUMiorc.uipiiuvpublisliiiigaiiy ne\\spapcruiaga7aui} for bach rout labor, or interest hall be deducted ; amt mouths, shall make u list or return in duplicate under

liable to Ia en'lfy> of uric t.ou-11111; dollars for every rev lew or other literary, ccieiitilic: or news publicatiot, also the amount paid out for us-wl or ordinary repairs, oath or affirmation of the president or cashier to the

such attempt to bsrecovered: us provided in tuU aft issued periodically the gros; receipts for all adveitisemonts not CM etdiiig the average paid out for such purposesfor assessor or assistant assessor oft o district in which it

for tiu recovery of penalties., And ail provision- of or all iuatu-r lor the iiiscition of which ii iLc pred eding live years, shall be deducted, but no is located, on the first day Jauuaiy and July in each

this act ii: legation tv liens and (-Oll( ctions by distraint, said newspaper other publication, as afoio aid, or i; deduction, shall bo made for any amount paid oat for year, or within thirty days thereafter, of the amount of

not incompatible] herewith :;hall apply to this sectionS extras, supplduienta, sheets, or ilj -leaves aivompanyiiythe ) HeW buildings; permanent improvements, or better- IJrofits'hich have accrued or ben earned und received -
S S S and the a* jc'c's I iheicm, ('m l'lc'J. -.niiie, PaY> is required or received, a ;.duty ('1' thne ments, made to increase the value ot any property: or 1 by said bank during the six months next proceeding

S_ rA>X3 AND r.ANXINCi.KC. ;. I per Centuiu ; and the person or persons firm or coi- estate, : Provided, That iu ca-es where the salary or I Ii saui drst days of January and July ; and shall present

. -I ? lit AiiJ I'j'mlhtr wad,, Tuat he-re t1Jalllhe1ent'I pany, owning, poasc'auig, or having the care or maagvment > i other 'oruppwHt paid to all: pei son-ill the employment !I one of said lists or returns aud pay to the collector of
collected,'and paid a duty of omtwenty- ', of any and I'Vl'rylIlh I1cwsPllll"l': or oth'rpnhlication or service of the United Slates shall not exceed the district a duty of five per centum on such profits ;

SSJ h fourth cf ono per (( 'I 1 mouth upon the uv eruge as al'uII.'s,.. ;,hall make a list cr ri turn pa the! rate of six hundred dollars per annum, or shall be I, and in case of default to make such list or return and

amount 4)1 tho cleyos-its of money, subject to payment i the ni-bt day of January April, July, and October of by fees, or uncertain: or irregul'ir: the amount or illI I V PJ3'IflCntvitltin the thirty; days as aforesaid, shall be

bL by check or drait, or represented by certificates of deposits each }'in c'nt.Li1Iing the gross**amount ot leceipts;as the time during which the faun1 shall have accrued or subject to the provisions of the losegoing section of this

5 or otherwisewhether: payable on demand or at aforesaid, and the amount of lntie, which have aC I'I"11 been earned such saaQor, other compensation shall act r Provided, That when any dividend is made which

: 5 aaii.o: future clay, with any IJC!sole, bank, association, thereon: and render thn .same in dnpli.: to the, asSststaut be included ill estimating the annual gains. profit, or includes any part of the surplus or contingent fund of

S -_ -;1 "- : '- ':i. company or corporation engaged in tIp business of st'SKor of tll.' otrid vvheie inch uevvnpapir, income: of the person to whom tho same shall have been any bank,trust compauy, savings institution, insurance
I -'S bank'r.ig ; and a duty ot one tvvcnty-fourta oi one per I magazine, lovievv, or other literary or news publicatim paid, in such manner as the commissioner of internal or railroad company, which has been assessed and the

S j centunt (\1.'h iiout'i! aforesaid, upon th* averageS I i is or may bo pnhlis-hed ; nliic'h list or return shall liave rc"cJlH11111lcr the direction "rt the Secretary of the duty paid thcl con, the amount of duty so paid on that

-- : amount of the rapitul of any bank, association, company I unnoxed a declaration, under oath! or alurmation, to lr Treasiiry; may prescribe.SKC. portion of the surplus or contingent fund be de
a'i:5: 4s : or corporation, or pel) 'son engaged in the business mall according to the manner ;iii,I form which may bj : 118. And le further tu-.icl&f, That it shall be ducted from the duty on such dividend.. mar 5'

5 5 of banking beyond tne amount invest til in United from time to time prescribed by the commissioner cf the duty of all persons of lawful age, and all guardians SKC.: 1"J. And be it further enacted. That, railroad -

- S States bonds ; and duty of one twelfth of one per L-C-II- internal revenue, of the owner, possessor, or perso and trustees, whether such trustees are so by virtue of I canal, turnpike canal navigation: or slackwater any

-; .S tnm each mouth upon the average amount of circulation having the care or manag;uiei.t of such newspaper, their office as executors, administrators, or in other compauy indebted for any money for which bonds or

_ "S issued by any bank association, corporation, compauy magazine, review, or other publication; as aforesaid fiduciary capacity, to make a list or return under oathor other evidence indebtedness liave been issued, 'pay-
-5 or person, including as circulation all certifiedIhecItS that the same is true and correct ; and shall aLso quar.i affirmation, in such form and manner as may bo able in one or moro years after date uponwhich; inter
antI all notes and other obligation* calculated or i I i terly, within ten days] after tho time of making aid list prescribed by the commissioner pf internal revenue, to est is stipulated to bo paid or coupons, representing the I

intended to circulate or to be used as money, but noL J I or return, pay to the collector or deputy collector of the the assistant assessor of the,district in which he resides, f I j interest, or any such company th** have det-iared
I of the bank.and rc.leenicd on district the full of said in of of the of his the income of may
I !if including that in the vault amount duties. And case amount or her income, or any di\iaend in scrip, or money duo or payable to its
,,, S deposit tor said bank ; and an, additional duty of one neglect or refusal to comply with any of the provisions such minors or persons as may be held in trust as afore- stockholders, as part.of tho earnings profits income,

:_ sixth of oue per centum, each month, upon the average contained in this section, or to make and render said said, according to the requirements hereinbefore men- or, gams of such cO.IDpany'and all profits of such, company
n 2 5 tufiount of such circulation, issued as aforesaid, beyond' listorreturn for the space often day after the time when tioned, stating the sources from which said income is carred'to the account of any fund :or used for
S centum of the capital of said list or return ought to have been madeas aforesaid derived. whether from k nd of the ,
I the amount of ninety per any any property, or ,purchase construction, shall be subject to and a duty of five
i ; r such bank, ass ciation, corporation, company, or person thf assistant assessors of the respective ,districts shall and sale of property,*rents, interest, dividends, per centum on the amount of all such interest, or COUpons

L__ S S -5 and upon-any amount of such circulation, beyond proceed to estimate the'duties as heretofore provided in salaries, or from any profession, trade, employment dividends, ,"or,profits,whenever the same'shall be
4'c the average amount.vf circulation that had' been issued other cases of delinquency ; and in case, of neglect or vocation, or otherwise. ,And in case neglect or refusal payable i and said companies artf hereby authorized

: as aforesa'd! by any such bank, association, corpora refusal to pay the duties, aforesaid, for the space of to make such return, tho assessor assistant assessor deduct and'withhold from all payments ,on-account' ,of S

:S : ... tion company, or person, for the.sU months preceding ten days after said'duties become due and payable and .shall assess the amount of his or her income,and any interest,coupons' and dividends,due"nd 'paya
I the first day'of July, eighteen hundred:'and sixt-fonr. have been'demanded, said owner, possessor or person theduty thereon, in the same manner as is provided for ble as aforesaid,,the duty of five per centum'; and' the
tI S. And on the first Monday. of: August next, dnd. of each or persons having the care or management of said news- In other cases of neglect and refusal to.' furnish lists or payment of the amount of said duty: so deducted' from

I:'r month Iheresfter;\a! true1 fcnd"aceur return of the paper or publications, a .aforesaid, shall pay,,ia",addi- 'returns in the provisions of this act,,where ,not otherwise the, interest, or coupons, 'dividends and,certified by

,! monnt: 'flclrcw.aUon'.ot( deposits, and f capital as itioPothereto; a penalty of ten per,centum'on the amount; incompatible ;; and the assistant assessor ,:may in-. .the'president or treasurer of gl'company: .shall 'dUfcharge -
clote 14,1 for the':'pwvious' month,.shaU; &made,and .dneJ' And in case'Of fraud'or evasion,whereby.the revenue :"crease the amount of the list or'return,-or,of any ,party ;said company from that athounofthe, dividend,

red to duplicate by:ach:of,:such taftsVuiocIft.Sis. 5 attempted to be defrauded,Or the dutywithheld, making such'return, if he shall:be. satisfied ;that the .or interest, or coupon,:on.the.bouo*a*other-evidence*

iporationscompnIes,'or pel SODa y> the awesSSibeStotrlct said owners, possessors; or 'person or persons having ,same' Is understated ''Provided, That' any party,in,bis of their fi1aebtednhe1d by, jiny ;ipenoaorJ party

.1 : in which any .uch bank AMOcUtton, the care ormanagement of" said. newspaper, or--other or her own beka1for,as guardian or trusteeas aforesaid,, WhMever,. except .wtere.said companies.maT have con-

', t may boltlW'i': whcl publication, u sibresftid;thall torf'eUand pay s penalty 'ahalt be'permitted to declareuuderoathor: : amrmation, .tracted; othIryIae. ;; ;An4' 4i4femora ahall fee**>***'

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