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: June 24, 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
notis - AKM6247
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System ID: UF00053711:00014
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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 ready known, in his look; it is a reasonably The Losses of the Slave States from the The Public Debt. ,

';'" sober description of the reality. As you lookat "War. Hon. Hugh McCulloch, Secretary of the !
MORNING BY form The actual losses of the South, including
10.; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY his great sitting calmly erect and has
Treasury, published a correct statement :
all the slave States in substantial .
K. STICKNEY. seemingly reckless, you think of a modern of the debt,
J. ,from the late rebellion will public as appears from thebooksTreasurer's ,
boxer or of a Roman gladiator. When never be
'f TERMS:: : meet his eye you think of Lucifer but when you They are beyond the reach of the most in- returns, and requisitions in the r" I
, Annum in Advance. I ; dustrious researches. Department, on the 31st of May, 1865. The : -
Two Dollars per The debtsof
months. in the light of that the whole aggregate
taken for less than Three eye, you following is the recapitulation j
SubscriPtionS three
. No copies five cents. face, you are reminded of Satan in the swinea thousand millions of dollars in re- AMOCJJT .
Single ADVERTISING : possessed brute. Nothing moves him; bel,scrip, incurred by the Jen" Davis usurpa- outstanding. Interest.

Two dollars per Square of Ten Nonpariel Lines. or without looking defiant, he is unperturbed tion, afford no approximation to the extor- Debt bearing inter-
1 occupying the same spare, for first. insertion One and perfectly at home. His nerves appear to tions from and losses of his subjects in their Debt e tincoin.I,108,113SU.bearing int'st 80 $64,480,489 1
.collar for each subsequent insertion.A accounts with his Southern r
advertiser have into muscle. Confederacy.We in lawful 04(
r deductioumade to permanent gone money.1,053,470,371 60.158,384 52
.. 'rIXG are therefore left mainly to conjecturethe Debt on which in. J
.1 JOB PHI executed. ATZERODT. I substantial losses of the South from the terest has ceased 786,270.... .............. ;i
. in every style, neatly and. promptly. :Next comes Atzerodt short in The Debt bearing no .
--- ------ person alj war. slaveholders of all the slave States
--- -' -- -- -- interest.......... .. '472,829,270.. ..... _.. ;- I
most without neck, dirty, cadaverous, duliJ with the abolition of slavery, will have lost v : .
, THE C0NsPInATORS.f. curly or tangle-haired,cowardly-looking, an ; the ever available cash capital in slave pro- 2,635.205,753 50124,638,814 02 ; I
f of the Assassin evidently poor miserable Jack-a dupe., | perty, of about twenty-five hundred millionsof Legal tender notes in circulation. Amount. .. t
" .' Personal Description One and two years' 5 per cent. notes......$ O,856 380 !
l' on Trial at Washington. O'LAUGHLIN. dollars; but the country in this item loses United States notes, old issue......... ......472,603Jnited I I
. The most graphic personal description yet The fifth man is O'Laughlin, a Baltimorean only the slaves actually destroyed or disabled [ States notes, new issue...... .. .. ....432,687,966 1 ... '
trial at Washing- by the war and their losses of labor incident Compound Interest notes, act of 9
t given of the conspirators on as we learn. He is the best looking of March 3,1863......... .... ........0. .....15,0<;))0,000 *t .
1 ton in the New York Methodist, I to the revolution from slavery to a free I
i appears the gang. He is small in with deli- Compound Interest notes, act of June
. written by Rev. Dr. B. H. Nadal one of the cate features, a head of flaky person, coal-black hair, labor system.The 30, 1864..... .... ...... .... .... ........ ...160443,620 /!!. ...
He of material losses of the slave States in
editors of that papers. says and a fine moustache of the same color. His 1
the products of labor from the V
:, MIIS. SUIIRATT. forehead is broad and striking, his fine black rebellion ... .
} | We begin with Mrs.: Surratt, who presents eye'rests softly and humbly under delicately thousand millions largely exceed of dollars at the in present gold, leavingout day a Appointment a District Attorney for -I '

I herself in the light of a mother, if not to the i pencilled brows, and his whole appearance of the calculation the terrible destruc- Montana TerritoryMr. ; )
r itself at least to the "beasts ofEphesus" impresses the beholder with the strangenessof j .
bloody plot tion and reductions entailed Chamberlain of Illinois
by the war upon highly recommended -
his connection with the crime. lIe t
Her house in Washington great
now on trial. the Governor Yates of Dlinois
population of the slave States, whites by and 1
must be in crime and the
1 was the meeting place of the horrid young deformity and blacks, men and women and children.- by the Supreme Court of Illinois, for the dia1
and her own son a partner with her of his soul has not pictured itself on his face. 5' r- _
crew, Take the following items, estimated, of crops trict attorneyship ofMentana Territory, cam t'1 I
; and the rest of them in the conspiracy. She, SPA. GLER. >I> lost and property destroyed : here to secure his, appointment. ; but after J "

1 it will be remembered, on the day of the mur- Spangler, who appears to have been a. .sort: Three average cotton crops lost, which, waiting a few days, seeing how beset the Je... .

der, drove out described to Surrattsville"the shooting with what irons she" of stable drudge for Booth and his horses,'is to at a..peace......valuation....... ..,..would........amount... .... $200,000,000 : President was, enveloped his recommendations W I.
: graphically as the sixth in order., Like most of the others. Lost, in four years, in the products of I in this note: f'I
. lor which Booth and Herold called in their hi face lacks a forehead. Lavater amused rice, sugar and tobacco, pitch, tar JUNE 2, 1865
1 flight down the western peninsula of Mary himself with tracing the resemblance between and turpentine.... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. 100,000,000 To Andrew Johnson, President of the Untied States: si
land. She played the tigress in nursing the Property destroyed in ihips, amboata, Sin : I thought of asking an office from h
; human and brute faces. We have seen cowsor canals ,
navy yards arsenals, forts,
r purpose of the assassins until it was fully oxen with countenances very much like war magazines, lumber and other you ; but seein the crowd boring you: for ,
i ready for the deed; and when she was arrested that of poor Spangler. lIe looks the pictureof building materials, railroads and railway that purpose, ril be h-d if I'll do it. .
d in the small hours of the night, in her buildings,bridges,machine shops, Most respectfully,
asked permission to kneel and say here distress. rolling stock, kc.., ..... ... ........ 200,000,000In : GEO. "W" CnAMBEBLAEf.
house, i
e the destruction of cities, villages,
prayers before being marched.. away by theo DR. MUDD. 1 mills, foundries, factories, farms and I The President saw,the papers and at once
1 officers. She actually did kneel, and no Dr. Mudd is a native of Charles county, plantations, including dwellings, out I endorsed upon them his appointment.
"Hail But will but looks like a Scotchman. His hair is yel- houses, engines, implements, fences, .. __. .
her BB
repeated Mary. L -* 4 MH.M- !!
! doubt horses, mules, cattle,&c.... ......... .. 600,000,000And
the reader pause and take a view ol this woman low, his beard and moustache pale red, his. :. Great Sale of Savannah Cotton. 1

? She sits there, in the corner, the first complexion white, almost as whitest paper, we have a total of.. .... .... .. .. ..$1,000,000,000 At 1 o'clock P. M., on the 6th inst., there .J .
d in the row of criminals a position of honor his eyebrows Albino, his eyes signifying ; Incredible as these figures may appear, was an immense sale of cotton at auction, at 1 t

I to which both her age and her intelligence nothing, and his expression blank vacancy. they fail to convey any idea approaching the I the Exchange rooms, 111 Broadway N. Y., t

11 entitle her. The reader at first finds a veil,a ARNOLD. extended and appaling scenes of destruction, upon Government account. The staple was :
* I him and the << .of his Savannah and Sea Island and J
thin one, between object The last in the series is a youth \> desolation and destitution which prevail mostly was
* scrutiny. Wait a moment, this witness is of Arnold who has made a confes- throughout South. That comprehensiveword apparently in demand., There was a good ? .

II.fl called on to identify her, and her face must 'I sion, not yet given to, the public. He is rather exhaustion, has solved the problem of attendance of the heavy men, and the Exchange t j
,b be uncovered. She is modest and reluctant, with special facial the rebellion, and, in their terrible exhaustionthe had the appearance of the days before : ",
a good looking boy
} but justice is stem, and her shyness must marks. late rebellious States and their people the war The prices obtained for the cotton ;

'0:1 jive way. There, now, you seethe face per- Such is the now on trial for con- stand before us to-day vanquished, submis- were founded upon gold, hence the apparenti i 1
1 I) tect; and, between us, it is a fine one. Indeed spiracy to murder the President and other sive, destitute and in a state of social disor- ly low figures in the following table of
if there were nothing the matter, and officers of Government. thdm ganization and confusion so broad and gene- amounts and figures : i s 1 !t f
our Among
ri- this distance of ten feet relief. Their The Sea Island cotton sold as follows : : f
we were called on at all Mrs. Surratt alone of ral as to be beyond immediate .
.. to give an opinion, we should pronounce her, like mind. The rest gives proof miserable any- fatal institution of slavery, however, which 566 bales first quality. o. 59 l-2a61. f '.

}, for a woman of her age handsome. She is thing tools of and diabolibal were rebel leaders. led them into their ruinous revolt, is gone, 789 bales second quality! . .....461-2a47.. : I f

, tall--- and--- par ga. without.,-- being! fat. weighing- cunning ... .. and with its removal, in gracefully acceptingthe 478 bales third quality- . . 35 1-8&36. : I
JI z perhaps a hundred and eighty pounds. Her - new order of things, they may amply re- 104 bales sawed ginned . 43 a-

R. hair, seems in the shade of her bonnet, reI. Arrest of one of the Supposed Conspira pair in a few years all the damages and des- 48,bales stained . .. . ....22 1-2 a-

vea's no gray, and is a beautiful dark brown, tors. olation of this destructive war, and start up- 15 bales seedy . . . .17 a-
,c well polished with the brush. Her face, as [From the Buffalo Commercial, May 29.1] on a career of prosperity and progress from The upland cotton brought the following ': -

:: befits such a form, is broad, but not coarse- Not having been enjoined to silence, we which, under their old system of slavery and prices:
just the reverse. It is fair, the cheek slightly suppose there is no harm in mentioning the slave labor, they would have been forever 836 bales middling fair . 36 a371-2 r

f tinged by the interest of the circumstances; !. fact that a person is now in custody in this excluded.New York Herald. 1,588 bales strict middling......29 3-4a321.2 t
.hr:& and her eye is bright, clear, calm, resolute, city on suspicion of being concerned in the 5,280 bales low middling . .26 3-4a27 &4 ,
but not unkind. Her expression, for the,several plot for the assassination of the President. Hangman Foote. 1,021 bales good ordinary . ..23 a23 3-4

hours she was under our eve, was that man who registered: his name as W. D. Beers Henry S. Foote, who has tried his'hand at 639 bales ordinary . .__-..20 a21. 'I,

.It of deeply sombre gentleness, which still bore came to Bonney's Hotel some days since, pro almost everything, from fighting a duel to editing 33 bales pickings. . . ..10 1-2a- ,
look of having been partly produced by the bably two weeks ago, and took apartments a newspaper, has been woke up in his The total sum realized from the sale was !
will, and for the occasion. immersed as she there. His business and destination were- Canadian retreat by the Toronto Leader. He not far from a million and a quarter of dol "

is in crime, she does not forget a woman's unknown and no particular notice was 'taken does not relish being designated by that jour lars. :x. ,\

*rt. She is doing her.best t#make a favorable of,him until one day a card, on which nal as Hangman Foote, any more.. than he .. '
impression, by dress and aspect: upon her was written the following, in the same hand does being called a renegade to the South, The Court to Try JelL Daris. ]

judges. She was the very person to mould as that in which Beers' name was written on and'accordingly berated its secession editorin Colonel Forney writes from Washington .,

the material which' fell into her hands. Sheno the register, was picked up, as we are in- a long lachrymose reply, Among, ,other to the Philadelphia Press : '
doubt ruled them like a queen. But the formed, somewhere near the. entrance to his things he tells how he came to be called Hangman "The trial of Jefferson:Davis and John C. #.. ,

court fortunately, is made of quite another room : Foot which may be new to some of Breckenridge willtake; place before the Superior ;
metal "E. C. DELHI As Booth is dead and Da- four readers. We quote: Court of the District of Columbia. There f ...n". 1

vis caught, there is but, little hopes for the The'-epethet.uHangman Foote," which you seems to be no purpose on the part of the ,
HEBOLD. Circle. ,God must.F have prevented ourplahfr have thought proper to apply to me, I confess government to surround the occasion with ; J t

Next to this mother of conspirators sits from: .being executed If Surratt had riot is not at all new. I received the appellation : any special eclat, nor, indeed, is there the .

Herold, a poor, doltish-looking youth, just I failed.pur plans would have:been carried.put; fifteen years ago, because of a very i slightest necessity r giving a dramatic y ,appearance ,
part his majority. He is small, with a peaked Virginia regained, and our causesaved., AH 'fooHsh land inconsiderate speech which I madein I to that which should sunplyoo ,the

mouth, a nose slightly hooked, a sprinkle is lost the United States Senate, in response to a execution of justice in the briefest time con- J

of moustache, a wandering, twinkling eye,a "P. 8. You failed., If I live I will expose very courteous and eloquent one, delivered sistent with,fair-dealing and fair hearing to 1 .

narrow forehead, with protruding brows,'and, :you. Surratt should die. I wish to live; but by'Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, in denunciation the parties accused. -
general expression of ,mingled ,fun andsilliness. think, we'are all surrounded, and will be of the system of negro slavery in the "The Chief Justice of the Superior Court i > tl
He strikes you as a fellow such as caught. .. South. I confess that I was so unparliamentary the Hon.'David K./Cartter, a native of New :.:;: I
Booth would have had about him.to la\1ghatJ Beers was arrested-- at the'Bonne: .-House' on as to,say on that occasion that,he deserved York/who' represented one of the Ohio Congressional ;; I

his Jokes, to do his chores, and to be his man' ,Thursday t', by United ,States .detective to,be hanged for using .such.1 language 88I I districts from/1849, to 1853. Hehad t
I Friday generally. Emerick and lodged in'jail, where.he,still re- 'he'then uttered. Indeed, I may; ,in reply;have: ,i occupied several
PAYNE. mains We presume the,facts, in. the*,case employed language of a directly menacing i state-among,others_that:of president' judge

i After.Herold 'Payne next to Mrs.Surratt have been forwarded to;"Washington for the .character. & of a"populous and intelligent district., :He also .. -
comes ,
character of the He, consideration (the authorities, but. ,of this ,:Let:me declare to you nowthough ;in all I represented our country at the South '
is the gret stout-the party.of we hayknowledge.. _We understand, that .frankness, that I was heartily, ashamed of American court of Bolivia as resident minis- J

i tall form., straight It would, be hard perfection to guess'whether physical -. ,, ,Josiah Cook: Esq., was sent for by, _the dc-: having used such,language immediately after ter. He resigned and returned to Ohio about ,
muscular cased to,act,as.counsel, but ,in obedience to .I;'had done so; and that I seized an early opportunity three: years ago. .After: Congress! had re-or- :t ;
keen activity. belong energy to prepomir him in them .orders of the ,provost marshal ptO: e'b'tgf I of making formal .atonement- for, ganizea'the courts of this district,' and legislated Y
nates in him both f"
; seem Hislarge.headjis thickly all intercourse" :with. him, Mr-"Cook was my,fault,.in,open Senate, and in the ;hearing out:the,old judges, President' ,Lincoln, ;

b equal proportion:_ ,histforehead! is almost not. admitted.. of the, countryywhich,formal atonement was anxious_'to secure,men of ripe .experience. : t
covered with,black hair his; face:! has no beard; d ... -- repeated;on.more;than .one occasion. Still, capacity, unchallenged loyalty, .appoint : I t l
entirely;wanting; THE" INTERIOR 4. .DEPABTUENT.-Secretary: I must confess that lean scarcely blame anyone ed Judge Cartter at the head of the 'new

his neck is as immense 881, .,a bpll. 's"Srm and. yet his -Harlanis renoyaingthe Interior Department applying,to. me_ an.epithet which,it is court;and associated'with him Hon.; Abra- t
smooth andfair;:his lipsthinU1: characteirStic: r ; : most thoroughly.: Seveinl'curiouacantracts -, evident, I did do much,to justify; .'ands you ham Olin,.of New York;,/Hon. George F. .. j i 1

>a nose feature-reminds small;, but .his :eye of, the-the man' who said i i ,made, b y. ;his predecessor; ,.are.beingXJarerully ; I ,and other lControl\e\ of the public'press still Fisher, of Delaware, and .Mr T73ey, of ; I

you' can Bee,that ,examined; and //the: ;Secretary !Yes : think:,that the offence; which. :I.committed. .on Georgetown. vjtis, 'before r this court, and :
a "Our name is legion only you It.is.,an terday.made personal iSi (to, sundry places! i :the occasion ref,rredis.i.,\ ly of;,an inexpiable probably'before Justice Cartter alone,that thegreat ; 1
the said legion has noten\eied-i; eye ] IwiJl4a e with as good, criminals'will be tried., Its ( ,J
fire of perdi, within ,the.district, and usrjendea public ) : : ," ,. .a : proposed
--a pair : '
rolling ,
L deliberately when work until investigation ,cantbe had..* It is grace as practicable J'to submito. wear this in certain quarters that Chief-! PC.ase : e
3 tion-lighted torches; than they look.moveyflash This is believed that some developments' will be terrible shirt of Nessus for the remainder of should preside, but I do not think: the idea i;
and glare, rather 1 "
,r life. will be carried out. ;
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: : i ht lnrhla y ni ESCAPE OF JOHN C. BUECKENIUDG.B.A' -I' The "Louisburg" arrived last night bring-; WAR DEPARTMENT,
I. n. Havana paper; of'Juno-12, received -at this 1\number of prisoners f :_ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, }
: place, statWlfat :.intelligence' had. been dng the mails and a p I WASHINGTON, D. C., June ,;; 8'5.

brought ito the' authorities there, of:'the"'arriVal : i.. Teased from Fort Delaware" .t ,. on taking the [General Orders W r. 108.] "

: JACKSONVILLE ,Vt' !oatlir,of allegiance. Soldiers of the Armies of the United 'Statu
I ;JUNE 24, 1865.D Cardenas of John C. BreckenrlclgeVaccompanied : :
i- i : : yj? I I I. ", '" he'Presiderit has issued several proclamations devotion to
by a rebel Colonel, an aidedecamp By.your patriotic your country
; all restrictions on trade in the hour of danger and alarm-
; CHANGE FROM 'VAR-TO. PEACE removing ; your mag.
Jeff. Davis two soldiers and
to a
negro. :
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i of nificent fighting bravery, pnduranceyou
I b'l'0 '- .. intercouse with the States east -
S rapid has been t progress of events and I
have maintained the supremacy of the
,\I I r for the last few years, that even in this fast age From Tallahassee. the Mississippi. This removes the, twenty- \ Union and the Constitution rthrown all

.. 1 the changes that have been wrought. are won- TALLAHASSEE, June 19, 1865. five per cent tax on cotton shipped from the I! armed opposition to the enforcement of the

!! ;i derful to contemplate. Only a few weeks The amnesty proclamation, which has been I II interior. I laws, and of the proclamations forever abolishing
I slavery-the cause and pretext of the
1)I in so long anxiously looked for has been received State of Texas has now been entirely I
f, ago we were engaged carrying on a tremendous The rebellion, and opened the way to the rightful
o' war ; our whole attention was towards here. Its conditions, severe as they are, surrendered to the United States. I! authorities to restore order and inaugurate

vigorously prosecuting it; the inter- will not make it exclude many of the citizensof ma ei. I peace, on a permanent and enduring basis,
ICE.-Rodman & Wells have just received I on every foot of American soil. .
A.I. cst of the whole absorbed in this vicinity.
.. country was
". J Your marches, sieges, and battles, in distance -
watching the progress of our armies; every RESIGNATION OF GENERAL TILGIIMAN.. a large cargo of Ice, and are now preparedto I duration, resolution, and brilliancy of

'" month our anxiety increased as to the final General Tilghman, who had sent in his resignation furnish it to customers, from their store, I result, dim the lustre of the world's past military

; '-,. result. As the victorious armies of Grant, some weeks ago, left last week for at two and a half cents per pound. They I achievements, and will be the patriot's
t I defence of liberty and right in all time to
Sherman and Sheridan closing around the the North via Jacksonville. His departurewas have also just received a new and large assortment I come. .

1, Confederacy made it self-evident to every one greatly regretted by all. His course has of boots and shoes, hats and caps, In obedience to your country's call, you

t that the end was speedily approaching, been conciliatory but firm. His position has groceries of all kinds, and an assortment of I left homes and families, and volunteered in

I' (questions arose as,to what manner the many often been an unenviable one. Few could hardware. I its defence. Victory has crowned your valor
and secured the purpose> of your patriot
:/ things that would inevitably arise could be have administered justice with stricter im A Story of President Johngon. i hearts; and with the gratitude of your coun-

j disposed of. -partiality. The artist Carpenter, in his interesting reminiscences 'I trymen, and the highest honors a great and
The abolition of the institution of Slavery THE FREE LABOR SYSTEM of President Lincoln, now being free nation can accord,you will soon be per-

completely changed the labor system of the continues to be favorable for the future wel- published in a weekly paper, relates the following : mitted to return to your homes and families,

f, South, and as everything in the South was fare of the country. Many annoyances do story of Andrew Johnson as told b YMr I I conscious duty of American of having citizens.discharged the highest

I carried on thatbasis it would completely revolutionize occur, but are generally of a trifling character Mr.. Lincoln Lincoln: told us this story of "Andy I To achieve these glorious triumphs, and

l the whole States of the South and easily disposed of. It has been found Johnson," as he was familiarly in the habit secure to yourselves,your fellow-countrymen,

What would be the condition of the country that those who have hitherto been kind masters of calling him. It tens of thousands of gallant comrades
during the chaos that must inevitably'exist find little difficulty in retaining and man- the Baltimore Copvention'f before it was your
known that Gov. Johnson would be the have fallen, and sealed the priceless legacy
'n the interium between the closing of the aging their former laborers. Laziness is a nominee for the Vice Presidency. Said he : with their lives. The graves of these, a faithful -

J I war and the perfect reorganization of the great characteristic of the negroes, as is well "I had a visit last night from Col. Moody, nation bedews with tears, honors their

1 seceded States? How would the Southern known ; the word freedom has, in their the fighting: Methodist parson," as he is call memories their stricken, and families.will'. ever cherish rind a support
He is his to the '
ed in Tennessee. on
people act? Would they still continue to minds, been synonomous with it; to teach Philadelphia Conference,and being way m Wash- U. S. GRANT,

act in a hostile attitude towards the Government them the distinction was the first essential ington came up to see me. "He told me," Lieutenant: General.
J: on warfare ? This has been well continued "this of Johnson Official : E. D. TOWNSEND, Al,A; G.
by carrying a guerilla step. pretty accomplished he story Andy I
I and General Buell which interested me intenscly .4 ...-- --
These were questions that came up for con- under the administration of General Tilgh ,
Col. Moody was in Nashville the. The Postoffice-Important Mail Service.
01 We confess that and his subordinates. the ef'
sideration. man Probably
although we
day that it was reported that Buell had decided i The Post mce Department yesterday 6r-
ried to look on the ,briglit side, we lead' our forts of Chaplain :Moore did more towards I to evacuate the city. The rebels, i dered contract with. John K. Reeside,'of
I misgivings in common with 'the. rest. This preventing confusion and disorder arising ly reinforced, were said, to be Washington, D. C., for the conveyance of the '
F.t' State from its having been comparatively from the negroes leaving the plantation and days march of the1 capital. Of course the mails, daily and back, on route jNp.. 14,913,
.J I city was greatly excited.. Said Moody, "I from Lincoln, California, by Marysville;Cen- ":
little disturbed, was more likely to be effected roving about the country than anyone officer; went in search of Johnson at the edge of*the tral House, Woville, Rio Sec, Butte'Valley,

,.,;1 by sudden changes than those States he made several trips along the railroad 'route evening, and found him at his office closeted Chico, Rock Creek, Pine Creek,' Tehama,

{If which had been ove:run by the contending improving the time while stopping at the with two gentlemen, who were walking the Red Bluff, Cottonwood, American Ranche, ,
floor with him each side. As I Shasta Centre Ranche
one on en- Trinity ,
armies. stations to address the who had collected -
negroes tered they retired, leaving me alone with Fort Jones, Yreka, Henley, Ashland :Mills, !
\ Though the sky of our future is not yet i there, explaining their new position Johnson, who came up to me manifesting intense Phoenix, Jacksonville, Rock Point'' Grant's ;

perfectly clear, the clouds of uncertainty are i and instructing them as to their duties.- I feeling, and said : "Moody, we are sold Pass, Leland, Galesville, North -Qanyonvllle,

4.' fast breaking away. Men who have been Wherever he went he pursued this course, out 1 Buell is a traitor He is going to evacuate Myrtle Creek, Roseburg, Oakland, Eugene
t the and in forty-eight hours we City Freedom Grove COfvallis *,Albany :
city, Cottage -
fighting obstinately against us now mingle and its effects visible. The '
good were only shall all be in the hands of the rebels." 'Thenhe Salem, Belpasi,'Oregon City, and Milwaukee ;
;'. with us in perfect social harmony.. All feel difficulty now in the way of preserving order,; commenced pacing the floor again, twisting to Portland, Oregon. '

ing of animosity then soon ceases. The and quiet is the credulity of the negroes, and his hands, and chafing like a caged tiger, The route is'640 miles in length The con-

Scenes and incidents of the war are talked often the people too, in believing the thousand utterly insensible to his friend's entreaties to tract is made tocommence! on the,first day of
E become calm. Suddenly he' turned and said: July next, and end on the 30th o ?June, 1866.
over together, and the future'of the country and one stories set afloat by any and
'J I "Moody, can you pray r1 "That ism bu- The compensation is $225,000 per'annum.
.6. discussed by those who have 'been battling everybody. Some days a report will travel ,siness, sir, as a minister of the Gospel," re- Mr. Reeside is the eldest son of' he'veteran

1 1I I" against: each other for four years. about the country that the lands, crops and turned the Colonel. "Well, :Moody, I wish mail contractor, Admiral Reeside, and left

I '"The change the labor 'system of the everything is to be given to the negroes; thena you would pray," said Johnson; and instantlyboth Washington last evening fully prepared to
went down upon their knees at opposite perfect all arrangements for his new, and important -
I South has been effected almost imperceptibly. report that the emancipation proclamationis !-
sides of the room. As the prayer become fervent contract.
The little difficulties that do occur are speedily to be null and void. To their darkened Johnson began to respond in true r _

adjusted. The course pursued by the minds such stories appear as credible 'ns of- Methodist style. Presently he crawled over Officers of the Freedmen's Bureau.
his hands and knees side and
planters has had much to do with this they ficial orders. on to Moody's ,
; The officers have
put his arm over him, manifesting the deepest following assignedto
have shown that they take, the'right view of THE RAILROAD GAP. emotion. Closing the prayer with a duty as Assistant Commissioners of the

the case. Now that they are on the right "When will the gap in the railroad be. hearty Amen!' from each they arose. Johnson Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and abandoned -

path to the disposition of that question, we closed so we can have communication with took a long breath and said, with em- lands, for the States set opposite their respective -

have little fear of their deviating from it. Jacksonville V"! This is asked, every day.-- phasis, "Moody:he asked, I, "Will feel better.you stand" Shortly by me afterward ?"- Major names.General They Howard are ordered, United to reportto States

The obstacles that may now and then lie in The people want to commence business and, "Certainly, I will, was the answer. "Well, Volunteers,. Commissioner of the ,:Bureau in

the way we trust to the good sense and ingenuity -, cannot until they can have access to the Moody, I can depend upon "you ; you are one Washington : Brevet Major General: R.Saxton .! -

of the people to remove. world. Why do they not close the gap ? It hi'"'a hundred. thousand!" He then commenced United States Volunteers, South Carolina j
pacing the floor again. Suddenly and Georgia; Brigadier General J.W.
I As far have learned has will give Jacksonville a "powerful lift" out ,
as we nothing ,wheeled, the current' of his. thought having Sprague, United:States Volunteers; Missouri '.
; ipeenen- tone? to indicate any disposition on the of the ashes; and secure permanently to it, changed, '>and said, "Oh, Moody, I don't and Arkansas; Brigadier;General .Clinton ;

part of the people to. carry in or encourage a the trade that formerly came to St. Marks by want you to think I'have become'a religious Pisk, United States Volunteers,\Hentuc k}
man, because asked ''to' raI am and Tennessee; Major E. WhittleseyJudge:
warfare. way of the dangerous passage around Florida ; you sorry'to
guerrilla 'say it, but I am not, and never pretendedto Advocate for the State of :Mississippi; ''Miyor l
w Considering the brief period that has claps- Keys. be religious' No one 'knows this better T. W. Osborne, FirstNew York Artilleryforthe

: ,cd since the energy of the country has been :MILITARY CHANGES. than you;" but, Moody, there is one thing State of Alabama; Capt. 0. Brawn .Assistant -

,changed from prosecuting a war to establish- General Newton arrived here on Saturday about it-I do believe : God.-. Quartermaster Volunteer?, for the
iniide from Key West. He was accompanied by ,And I believe also in tine'Bibl and I say I'll State of Virginia; Captain Horace James,Assistant -
ing a peace,we have remarkable progress Quartermaster,Volunteers for North
be damned if Nashville Shall be 'surrendered. .
Hon. L. D. Tax
t towards that end. Stickney, Commissioner.- ." li Carolina; Captain Thos. W.. Conway superintendent -

The 'announcement of reorganizing t ,lC. General Newton it is said will' command the And Nashville was not surrendered. I Freedmen,:Pepartment of the. Cjulf,
District for the It order for 'Louisiana.-Army (and Natv Journal: ,
State of North Carolina has established present. appears by a n .
a -
pre- -----+ ---- --- I, May 27th.

." &* nce* for* other States1. If they will only published in the New: York papers ,that President Lincoln. I. ..
'follow in leer s did we are in future to be in the Department of ? i The Constitutional Amendment in Kentneky. -
,_ wake as promptly as they The: Augusta ournal.publishes. an extract i i -
in--that South' Carolina when she seceded, the Gulf. If this is so New Orleans will be from 'a rjriytite letter of \Rev1.: .R: c. Waters- '!i .

'tlier66utherri 'State will 'be ;perfectly:reorllefdrcr '- Department'Headquarters instead Jof Hilton 't torft;'of Boston, to a geritl irian3)f:that'cit ,, iparagraph \ : The conviction of fee'expediency and necessity

wrote f I' ,: '' Head; a change that will gratify' every'one: I from.:, which'w'e, are'sure will have pfT s'r; tifyin -the Convtitutioaal'Amend-
,, gfitl an interest for our readers. "HOn e writes ment IS,w ;|t ",'qv.eryw ere gaming'groundin
L '. .. here, and';will doubtless be'little'' regrestedat'Jackson'villc Sunday I ,was down, at the school-ship, Jtliis'SateV] $ : : The best and:most en &! ened

I or $I crriandina.. ''" ; I,t9. addressthe, boY Vt overnor .Andrew was ,frienfls'bf\ Kentucky re.i .lfwi Ins into
4 -, ACCIDENT' -A private iii the 17th Conn.Vois WRITE l LABOR> NO LONGER, DEGI ING. /tH etc':'and'made' some excellent marks, I mTB liiie'audp' utting their,snottfcfers. 7td the

+ : : !,, named- William- -* *- 'A.--Sinediey,' 'fell"from. 1 i One of the most rapid strides'J the'peoplehave 'did al'so'Jud" 'Russell,-wh' is'nlway f: admi- wheel,torpush: on the great work' lidding
the third story window of the ;,building on rable.; but perhaps the charm of all''was:; the_. thei Stat 'of an inc mnns arid a '' -msance..
; the'corner of'tyfy'and' Ocean streets : add.since. the, *war is'' setting, their sins' pfesenceu6rcR6becca':- Howlarid', -a* 'leadinTneinberrpf S very'iri;'Kentucky is'now neither .t thing
;killing to '\work, (Quite a number of:'tiib' bin{ inen, : ''thf' ociet 1 ofl; Friends'? jritLH another: It is neither feh,- :flea t'nor
ium'almbstriristftnJ! Heceased was'a'resi- idounieria&c' (Mittndt fowl. The nstf'free' '' be
ayiehly inelodidus voice negroes are j to
4 > J :' >' < -- in this vicinity who had been theretofore t lays: enoiign
v 1 >
,4.g nt, t of Norwalk: Conn., was aged 'a out sli, oY'Intl.., 'sting" :., account' of a of no use to their masters,but not'free enough
ing in ease have taken the plough'' 'I glc'l'i"t''H' ',
fifty'years, and' eaves a wife and 'three cnil-] "P !'8 ew shehad''with' the Fresi!= to relieve their maters of their rejs'ponsibili-:
and the hoe, and gone to work in'Ithe field to 1 .' ties. The ,
I I dreu.i "" j ] ,V eat, the Q-% b M'JPie'ident'! : as 'shef'en UAAC*W* masters,; therefore, ,have: all the
U- a & the cropV .,.1'J fin Tt -axis 'the hardships, but none of the benefitsTpf the
is; oi. \ v}" '''(; ddlry cjillea Vhite ouseanEltlie ,
\ f -'ten'. ._ j JAPPOINTMENTS s Wby tliehis es and l hey -uni- i system'of. slave, .labor.--:Louim&i. Journal,

':: i e';, : BUHGLABIES. te store of b$r. Howard ?,has BYTHEPBESIDENT.: -Presiderit'Johhsbn 'ted iiWovprwJti'. .t 1 : i(ielipg' :'Md(| b'side,- Ij a1r'S I' .. .-p..; ',. .
appointed Bi Brigadier cedtin cwith sichsimple
: as'giyeh '
: wad entered '
: by, burglars on Wednesday'rlibhtaffd : R \ aiiJ;. I r f
f General
; : : D.'Muzzey4military secretary to 'D Landau hraeei) lthat
spiritualfeeling;" ON the day of the President's funeral a
robbed of due. :hundred', dollars worth of he'J'\P.resideht,!"Colonel'''William Browning all melted to tears. of
were -Tile"thought1
K-V'-'i' ;; : .* I':.- ; / *: bronzed'and-weather-beaten'soldiei't 1 toious
: '
;,4 ; : ; prrvatersecretary, arid Edward>D., Neill' sec- the Quakerlady,mtliher delicate and celestial to obtairt a better view ,of ,the: 'iprofifssion,
,! ,- > V'The 'shop of Mr. ret Y to .-Blgn' land p8i nt8.*<, These'gentle-I aspect-and1 the'bhosealieadl:: L of izt great lo y
Capella was entered on happenjed step before. ; a i party of-ladies andgentlemen.
t weir aye's steniatlze .
the labors of the Ex- ;iintioi laced l irifhis.j1Jrigll.Llfud
responsible One f
: of the
Saturday:night and'about one'hundred dolVj gen lemen nudged
} ,1. .t ebtitly&.offlce more completelythan has'dyer 'jpcteitibri b1-U e Tpfcef ofjttwenly' 'mI ions 'Of I:ni i I. on-the elbow'at the same time bbservmg -
'i \'ortif(, bf: k:'. ',rs;I tali bef6re<<; beef aone,1 f so that TJiisineBSis: ,'qnicklV'despatcHe'ii i 'peo T Yet; Kneihg' { thero (in-Childlike-'faith: ; "Excuse'e,'sir" 'ou;,are: .righKtln: I ,:front
et shoe-Bliop! of r.'Heniandez. was, also and1\ 'the ''Vast' cdfrespoiidenbe'of :before the'Supreinei' ;Ruteruoftt1u;J''Universe:'I: *f ifi rt-Jf: J Bowing'h M J1dsoDielyin: *:ret- n'; the

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Chief Jost'cc Chase Visit, to.. charleston.- t'- those who have enjoyed superior advantages flew around in every direction along the OFFICE ASST. SPECIAL AGENT TREASURY ...
of fortune and :
education- -
QENKHAL, AGENCY FOR j r ->:'-> t
OF THE burning mass., DII> 5th SPECIAL AGENCY
OFFICE Attached .... T. ,
by habit and adaptation to '
AND The purser the steamer Lt\urn waSldll dby'a *
CApT>;RED 1865.; J soil and climate of the-'South it is JACKSONVILLE,'FLA., June 23, 1865. ; .
S. C. May 15,:; yet mani- piece of brick'while sitting'at 'the desk.
SIM** DRAPER, Special Agent for .Dtpait+ ;ent. < fest that the Freedmen cannot look for muchof writing. Others were evidently' killed by Until further, notice. all. persons receiving i

lion. event of the week here has been the the needed material assistance to a sectio1recentlydevast8ted'b the concussion, as there were no marks n I merchandise at'this:Port, will before removing -

The Chase Mr. W. : war, and disorganized. their bodies. cores of 'the ''bodies which :
arrival of li r. Chief-Justice by social and the same from on board the vessel bringing .
and their suite. great political changes. It: is have been removed from 'the ruins are so
Mellen of the Treasury the : it submit the invoice of such merchandise
p morning and left to strong, wealthy and prosperous communities blackened and burned.thatthey cannot be ;
They came on Thursday of the North that he must look for reed zed. to me for examination and approval.R. .
On h Friday morning Mr. : .
Friday night. that humane and generous support so es- The fire bells :
suggestion, consented to see the a general alarm. OTTMAN,
Chase, at my sential to his new condition.
of Charleston. About 30 of The loss is estimated at from seven t6 eight, 1L t
lading citizens "You ask if I have any advice to offer millions of dollars. t. Special Agt. Treasury Dept. .
you The
called him cause of the explosion
the Mayor
them including upon and co-laborers in this work. June 24th-tf. '
great is
unknown and will remain
into ,
he them an insight policy
and gave "I answer --
by counselling to
Government toward the States in insurrection you impress so, as all in the'building were killed. :
of the upon all with whom you come in contact the A FRANKLIN DIBBLE,
large portion of the powder and ammuni-
which was highly gratifying 'to
essential lessons of industry, frugality and tion Commission Merchant,
He told them that the Government subordination was brought from Gainesville. It was .
them. to laws. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
surrendered Besides the .
toward them rapacious General.Taylor. :.
would not prove Industry is essential to his moral as well ; loose powder, it consisted of cartridges load- Produce purchased or advances in Cash or supplies,
but that in ,
monster that they supposed ; a as his material welfare. By frugality alone made on consignments to C.D. Dibble, New York. .
Treasury Department would ed shell, grape and canister and solid shot. .a
few days the can he hope to reap and maintain the full .
agents to purchase all the -4 f. AND SEGARS FOR'SALE..
send out special and permanent reward of his TOBACCO
the product of the soil, that theymiziit industry. By TRADE IN THE SOUTH. st brand Navy Tobacco, 80 eta per lib.
property, subordination to law he will win the .
respectof Fine cut chewing Tobacco, at $6.50. '
have for sale, paying them therefor his fellow men, and the right to enjoy in Re-establishment of Custom Houses in 75000 Segars from twenty-three to fifty dollars per "
ft percent of the New York market price. peace the fruit of his labor. Charleston, Mobile and Other Cities- thousand, on'flay Street second door from the Chief
liberal courseon Arrangements to be Completed July 1st. Quartermaster's Office. : .
This they regarded as a very "The law,is
a terror to evil-doors and praise ,
of the Government, and one I Mr. R. S. S. Andros has been appointed a J.A.ROBINSOS.
the part to him who does
well, and he who does not I June 2-ith-2tp._ >; .
would do much toward'allaying the special agent of the Department,
violate the law need not fear the law. NOTICE. DR.
whostile spirit of the people, and bring them "Teach him and will proceed to the various re-opened MEDICAL ALDRICH,
what the law is, the first and and Surgeon, late of San Francisco,
to a realizing sense of the magnanimity. of comprehensive lesson of-which is laid down ports-Charleston, Savannah, Darien, Jack- California, may be consulted at his office at Mrs. Had- .

the United tates. I in the ten commandments of the Bible. sonville, Mobile, &c-with reference to the nail's Mansion House, or at the Drug Store of Mr J. ,

As to reconstruction, he counseled them. "If he is taught to understand and faithfully re-establishment of the United States Custom Jones.June 21th-tf. I

that the Government would recognize none to observe this, I will undertake to stand Houses.It '.
of their old States and muncipal authorities. between him and the .te.. is understood that Mr. Andros is to havea J. D. VPSOX.

That the people must begin at the foundation "If these simple magIstr inculcated cutter at his disposal, and that two or three SURGEON DENTIST. 'I
and rebuild their State and local govern and me Freedmen can precepts be led to rule his experts will assist him; and that he will got JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ments of undoubted loyal materials. He duct con- all the recently re-oppncd ports, inspect Rrrra "Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery -
thereby,we flatter ourselves that .
his opinion that the only true may ing the custom houses,making investigationsas and five years practice.
said it was his future is assured, and that this nation will June 24th-Itptf.SADDLERY
way to a lasting peace, was for the South to faithfully and successfully discharge the trust to the present condition or the buildings; .

at once recognize the manhood of all their which has been confided to it by divine Pro and ascertaining such facts concerning the AND IIARNESS IN :NEW. ,- {

people, and give them the elective franchise. vidence. business probably to be done, as the govern- Bridles, Harness &c., can I
urged in reply that as the blacks were ment should know. now be ahiped to any of the Porta of the Southern I
They I am, yours, &c. States open for trade, we would say that we may/.atiU : B'
four to one in South Carolina. that they S. H. PEIRPOINT. Mr. Andros'has a very thorough, acquaintance be found at our old stand No. 27; Chambers Street .

would out-vote the whites, and elect negro with our revenue laws, ana is knownto New York, ready to greet our old friends, and as many ....
-- j
rtnvp.rnors..... Congressmen, Mayors, &c. Mr.: MOBILE.------- ,the public as a writer on this,Subject. new: ones as please to give us a call, and show.: theta
---said Tacticus y remarked- -that when the The Collectors of Mobile and Charlestonhave a'complete assortment of Goods in our' line, partied .
Chase Datails of the. Terrible Explosion.in that larly,suited to the SOCTHKHN TRADE of our own:::well
plebeians: attained the elective franchise,they : I citjr. 'reported to the New York Customhouse, known manufacture which, we will. dispose of {)u.themost

always chose Patricians to represent them, IOBILEA.LA.; May 25 1865. and with the advice of Collector Draper will "favorable", terms..., _
: from the force here the clerks' LACEY. ){MEEKER k Co.
with they
and added, fittingly, that reconstruction A choose ,
terrible powder'explosion occurred this Successors to SPROULLS MEEKER,fc Co. .1
Slavery was impossible-that Slavery was afternoon, at the corner of Lipscomb and will need in the transaction of:their business. May 3d, 1865. 3m. ; -,-

overthrown by theacts of the whites!-that Commerce --- Buildings for several The Collector Charleston is Dr. Albert

this was a Democracy, and the majorityought blocks around were levelled, the. earth shook G. Mackey, whom the Freemasons. of this LIME, LIME, LIME, LIME I
rule. Me counseled ,them another cities'have welcomed so handsomely .
of right to like an earthquake, and all the buildings in, Sale, in quantities to suit'purchase s,bye t
that they should speedily prepare the people Mobile trembled like an at least one partly On account of his loyalty' to the, II. T. :MOT
exercise aspen Union while in Charleston.. Dr. Fernandina Fla., April 20, 1865. .. /
once slaves for an intelligent of the Half of the panes of glass in.the windows be- residing x.JOIN

functions of citize>iahiP. The President, he ing shattered by the concussion.. The explosion Mackey has not yet chosen an Assistant Col- I ,. .. <

said, hoped to see the negroes, who had undoubtedly was heard for scores of miles around lector. JOCTKS: ;
been loyal, vested with the fran- The Collector of Mobile is Colonel R. V. WHOLES AEE'AlfD RET All.'DRUGGIST t
and the at hundred
operator Enterprise one '
chase; but that that would not be an itidisPelisable miles distant, telegraphed to Mobile, to learn, Montague, who was also, one of the loyalistsof BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.: 4

requisite to the return of Southern the of the shock which the South. His property in Mobile, and Would call the attention of dealers and,conanmers
possible, cause also in Louisiana seized by to his largo and select assortment of Drugs,-.Patent
Union instancing this\ case 'of ,we believe was
States to the every person felt in that town. Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints Oils Window tftpi,
loyal Tennessee, under her new Constitution; the. rebels and confiscated:% them. Stationary, &c, Ac.,Among which may be found (> "
which, while abolishing Slavery and involun- The Assistant Collector at the port SulphateQuinlat;

tary servitude forever, had left the political Marshall's' warehouse, the main ordnance bileis: Mr. George F* H. Youngs, a gentleman t. '. *. : Cl410r Oil, ,

status of the negro to the Legislature of the depot in this city* situated at the corner of who was connected with the customs 1 1" .'Cream,. Tartar, .. ,,*

State. Lipscomb and. Commerce streets, has been for many years, and with the Treasury Department.during'the Calomel' Blue, YaM, >">.-..- '.- ,

The Chief-Justice made a profound and used lately as a storehouse for powder and past three years; and Sulphur,. .1 : f'

lasting impression upon,his visitors, who:were fixed ammunition.At who performed the important ,business con '' -: Magnesia; j

loud in' their expressions of satisfaction. Nor noon to-day there were nearly two hun- nected with the re-opening of three of the Towusends Sarsaparilla PATENT,MEDICINES. 'l" :, ,

was this feeling abated by the remarks'which dred tons of fixed amunition and forty tons southern ports. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, :

.fee subsequently addressed to the negroes at of powder in the building; and two hours It'is expected that these officers will sailin Ayer's Cherry.Pectoral, 'i

ZlO 'S Church. later this im ra mse quanity exploded, laying 'the course, of a few days for their stations. Ayer's Ague Cure, '
There was an attempt here to get up a eight squares hrriains in ,the immediate vi- [Post, 9th in8t. Davis'Cholagogue Pain Killer, ,
and-filim (*the city with' dust and -----. ,
union meeting at the Hibernian Hall, which cinty, ; Radway's Remedies,

a United States Lieutenant, by' interfering smoke. Alarm ant horro seized the people, The Press on President Johnsons .Universal -.. Fahnestock's Worm Candy Vermifuge, ,
broke A few for such a scene was perhaps never before ," Suffrage. .
without authority, up. negroeswere ; South America Fever and Augu Remedy
present. Lieut. Bodine ordered them witnessed. 'Buildings"Yedto= ,and The Evening Post, in the'course of an able Brown's Ess. Ginger, > /i *.- % : .-

out; they returned by consent of Col. Gurney, cither fell or were' iearfalV j' ,shattered. The and earnest'advocacy of Negro Sufierage-or ,.Winslow's/Hyatt's Life Soothing Balsam Syrup, :;,'. .

and the meeting i .
out doing anything. Col. Gurney promptly and in several instances'' men 'wid woman color-says : ', Musiang Lb mcnt, ; ,. ,'i I
will walking in the streets a considerable distance Roger Syrup, Liverwort and Tar M* -
ordered Bodine under arrest, and he It is said that President Johnson does not .- ,
"! / oi
probably'be dismissed the service. off.were thrown.to the earth, with great force. think the colored people ought to vote. We McMnnn'a.-IfritiBhOU' Elixer, """ -i* l

.4 Several buildings caught fire, and amidst -the shall believe this when he tells the public so. ;Bateman's Drop. .}&c.-fce.; :
FROM: RICHMOND. ruins which flew''around the city were 'portions Mr. Chase told a different story at Charleston." Photograph Albums, ., -Vt *- 'I

Arrival of John JI' Botts-Cknrernor Peir-. "of human bodies. Nearly three huridred -- It would have been far better, we think', to Backgammon... Blank Books Boards, ;

point, on the meD'of'-"Vl"'nla.' ',lives are supposed tube lost, and twice leave the President's views entirely alone until Wallets, -

John M. Botts arrived'in BicbmonfToh; the I that number of persons injured he shall see fit publicly*to express them. 'Mirror!, )

5th instant. J 'In ih !}Iiirsb' ll warehouse were five white Since they are thus spoken of, it seems urgently Hair, Tooth, Cloth, Shaving' ; \

The following intcrrcsting correspondence men'belonging Cp;the ordnance department, desirable,that they=should notice mis, PERFUMER andWhiAk ETC. Brnshes:, ,*;kc* 1'k. '.

relative to the freed negroes in. 'yirgmm has: thirty:colored.soldiers, and, a' commissionedotflcei:5 ,apprehended. Lubhi's Extracts"T"' ,
Eev. ,.John All ere killed: NJg. t'lllooming Cereus, !" *f ;
recently taken place:* between ( President Johnson, as we understand him, I
'* :
I -The steamer'Kate Dale'and Colonel Cow- i Fancy Extracts, I
Dudley and Governor Peirpoint: holds that ho State has ever been out of the Colognes, *T ""*

RICHMOND 30 1865; les caught fire-and.*,were entirely destroyed.Teir I Union-r-that all. acts of so-called Secession, Hair Oils., ;Scapt.* .. i
May ;thousand:bales' of cotton were burned. andalliprocee dings.of pretended State authoritieg Sozodont Tooth Soaps and J,>Powder >'> 'O* !
"Governor F. H. Peirpoint--Sir: ;1 am here killed(6r' Sterling's Aul)3 8ia, KendaU's Ambollne.4e.Vie.:
,Beyeral'per We're t>adly injured ;
pns thereunder-are nullities of 'a
of the legal '. t
for a short time, .as the Representative;
National Freedmen's R lief.AaWc.i JiQ .. "' b Y.be'strack! rbY fragments, which. for ho"forcd,and.effect saye'as: thfey may -afford ,Gum Drops- Sugar and''Bnrnt'Almonds, Peppermimt.
r ; nearly'a'minute1 were flying; about,in' & "'"-1 orSTATIONERY.
DropsVLpzciigei; &cV
vice every evidence of the treason,of their authors. 'He I e., .
have -- ,
"I desire ask if : any < '
to t.r ) JU
you you dtr Cti n. > .
:, therefore holds that the loyal voters ,of 'a1 . to give me and my co-laDorcre'in our'g'reat'work. Major General Gordon, Granger and ColoneljShipley State'constitute the people of that;State polirtically ; Letter. Note and Foolscap Paper, !33 .' :.

"n : arrived at the warehouse:a- short. and have, a right to reconstitute: {jitwhenever -White and Yellow Envelopes, '' .",./

"I am yours, very. respectmlty"JOHN ,- twit: a fter.tlic'explbsidnoccurred! ,* fand iti, a the hostile forces of "the 'rebeUi n 1'ens, Ink' and Inkstands' ,Playing Card;Jts. ;

: ':DUDLEY. ; ..f ew, momenfs.I, &ll1. .fpMowing'' oide...t to'!'was.nmmnlO"ftted shall have been fully .withdrawn or subverted. ,CUTLERY.'A .
"DtocVgecretai"V3 t Razors!, Razor Straps;'Pocket Knives, and Scissors.h .
1' : ?*-' *?i o In such reconstruction, those who were : .
OP'"GOVKR 'O'I'EmporNT:fr t EAt:: )< >uXRTER8, UNITED STATES FORCES ) Constitution TOBACCO.aJL
REPLY ,. 5 voters under the State as. it ex- '
"TnE CoMMOWEAi/ni'Oi J'" *-.<' +:UWILIA" a. r.t ;fa. of r-; '....,'r ,,!'.)C" \ A, <:1M25-3 P..' "M:" J c isted'prior to Secession, and who, shall, be Navy, Anderson's, J Solace and Amulet ;
rt tA sad calamity has overtaken us at an '.un- the' Killickinick" Smoking. T.-
Constitution '
ExECu11 s tD ,rAxM y: tlI 1 loyal to the Union\ and its :at ;; baCCO. "
RICHMOND: June P186r.: ,,.;) :.exected-'moment) resulting' in the ,loss of time of reconstruction, will-be the only legal ) Cigars\; II

"Rev. John Dudly-Sir: I am informfedthat laiiti y vjduable. lives and' 'a reat' destruction voters, and the questibh.$of Negro Suffrage( ': I. It ,H' IPES.'r: '"'. ..'t tu**aa".:

you are the representative theHational of property, from.the exPlosion p(, thenlain,; of"anyfundamental5change! : whatever,1\must' Mewcharun, J J" .....,. '.LQaak
Freedmen's Ike Uets"la i-the, object !of ordnance depot in this city, at ,1Iarshan'swarehouse. 'be' decidedib: ;them. Brit: Aso far from thinkmgtliatcpl6fe4pGppl '"" Imitation' Slerschaum,' -.J.iu--- .

'welfare; 'of the colordpopulation Whether this fearful calamity : pugHinot:; ; 'to :vote Brierwood, Rosewood,Applewood. Clay., kc_
which is to promote the Diamond and Safety Matches. *'*>,.,..
pf; the 'southern states, who, was: be.'York' fbuHncendiaries* or the te=, we, inferlrpm a pretty full exP 'tion,/9fr his IIIQUORS..BYJUJPS,.ETC' : ,) !!fJA.,

baye; ,so recently and;:suddenly;:pa ied:from> at4ciidUipiiof.bondage ._ T( r jare esnesaisufor1 its", 'to determine.s .' ."1 e)ff to 'vliIeh'' (f.'very recently' 'listened, Brandy,: .. ,
( the7.freedom/; ; ..J j ? z atringent'ineasureiMlat_ on"cev betaken, 'tptt :tlit'tlie.President will'eaert'ivliatever,'influ- 'SherryWine, I :tJ.

"The sud'den, Bpiutip'ji: fb t this.. ,'grayH( 'jPxr1 1 I r *- *'bet .$'ntm'';---7 12. lhl1t -t1R9P. +the':"T r m5l4"rr: *(partieS. ;-ence he believes himself 'Iy.' entitled ',.to'!inthetpf -'-1.,). ';-Port. Sine '. "
J.o 1
cat and Bpcial probl n1thi1: been aS one G-* p .. b-- m w: sumt'r\A'I"t1': ; ,tthWi2nenti. j. ,.., t II" ; eniisds In*fayor of,such suffrage. fljheonly"grpiaid 1Hol14ud,. Qin"1 ,
", f'o ', ,
+ ; Whiskey
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ted to'the former slave as to the great alia ';14) ler n e;nera1 Oi: pm&,Wl ),h1 .. te;' ] thatexis; (;|or'lmPutIn to hirtfliDst 11 -Blackberry Brandy;\":";. 4 Ii

*Xdinen in section of*ihetjountryj: y-plac gnariis to insure safety to.nbb-\ :. : inhere&.in:his i!cdnvldtidn:tuat,jlpyalStifle Lemon. ,'SyrupTv. ;,
; every tht !s l. e i fd diets 'ancl,111 'ts<)ns'areordet. : 'institutions are not subject;tpachangebyJPresidentiaredicts ': ,.'\ ."-7Y SJnlP.
:Janus apt of tfY .... _.. .
l be accepted os an j -t4Act L!' : ,; : i Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry,SYinpl'lnea: "$ '
Mesons andoverrulingPt4yi; l.tr btf / 0 's:j ;. .reluain; ,quietly: 't.ho., atU"ono. .' rTeJ'd2l1Ker ; : nor b ;/orderst'from' thearTOpar.tment .1 PANTS : .puP. 14
.conc1u5\ollllw t10*!. is'apprehenei bit' tiL'*I r:- '" i. i : ; :, / **: ._rif; J "' t. OILS,ETC. ", Vf if j'WhiteLead ) .. .. :,
the'alfa\Nof\ men to .' :- .
., .
aCCIflvt. : G.==GRA'NQERlal.Gen.Com'dg.: 'f We make-this statement simply set The ,
wisdom fot ,
cart 'Chrome
pUsh. t'1.'* : i i .. .-,".s he.bpU4iMWlifSe? : !1 ms'stree r ,includinff Post'ri_l3. ahd shield'; 1mePresldentfrom; finis? Chrome Green Yellow, *I I ':

-.. The four millionS or: iun an Water, Commerce andWales \;:H' .ts:.; appr hetls1On.: 'SOurow n'ii: ', oftfeintomen : < PrnssJan-Blue. ,
of these
; care. and "unJire= arc-:n arltr pli-demolrshed.; .-streetfor: oug'tind-difllcult;. uestinu-=got' t Mai nbood .Red and Black Faints; >0 .. .
bel ,:thU9 thrown, era ,. : 'fate. Linseed Oil Benzine .
a.CDnsta 1..t ii Shanm the aame Sfafl&agebut'of State'anclNationat Tits: andafutprespectmg ; ;
pa .resorces, win require a : : ; ,Plaster.Paris, Whitinff'&c' :, ke.Windom a
uppn: heir o WA. conside-: :EfehtsquTar a mass 'oScSr :htpi Wg : n ;. : :; 'i i, iviir,hereafter be ?,,,.t ded.r ..... Shades, .'-3- 'iaii* I
JuUmmense of ,1
!, amount Intelligent r sTof werer lev I dwltJi, the,.: v "T"-f, TTT,* rrtf 1 -. Liquid Blue, '. 1. .
buildings 'T' t' [
: 7 .L' .Wf'
nt and .JWJtiJcvp ny P'I *--, .,
(\uauuicu3at4ahW4V.U .t that hundred (ff' Jli) I ,.Petroleum .i.'i
. of Jflefreedmenxmay be quite competentj ,to Cr& an JIftr&. r',f : '!. n 't\Congre: ar Water; '" .a v.: '
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.. ether tiy Eve DrD fonnetirlYsbi1.; an hour. : nf- the 14Ui inst:; ty":Aotfiyor: ; 'ot Fernandina,' .. >a Ao'U.. \

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I .. ... W For postage stamps and stamped 4 envelopes, two
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( fourteenth hundred and sixty-two. V. CONSULATES. hundred and fifty thousand dollars. ;
and July eighteen .
[OFFICIAL.] and special agents
seven million dollars. SCHEDULE.C For mail depredations seventy

I Laws of the United States, SEC. 2: And be it further enacted, That'the following Barbadoes Batavia,Bay of ''islands. Cape Hsytien, thousand dollars. ,thousand dollars. .;'
to Falkland For mail bags, sixty
appropriated sup Cobija,'Cyprus,
be and tile same are hereby, Ceylon
sums :
PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION.. THE Cape'Town Carthegena; and eight thousand dollars.
1 deficiencies in tho appropriations for the present Guyaquil, Lantnala, Maranbam, For mail locks keys
ply '
I THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. tinder the' Island Fayal, Payta Paso For payment of balances due to foreign countries,
f fiscal year: for,tha payment of pensions Matamoras, Mexico, MontevideoOmoa, ,
thousand dollars. '
and eighteen Catherine three hundred and'fifty
hundred Sabanilla, Saint
March eighteen .
acts of: eighteenth, Rio Grande,
Norte Piraeus
del hundred
and twenty For miscellaneous: payments, two and fifty
hundred Santiago Cape
CHAPTER I. ; May fifteenth, eighteen Santa Cruz, (West Indies) ',

t' I An Act in addition t to the "Act respecting Quarantines eight ; June seventh,eighteen hundred. and thirty-two hundred; Verde) SpezziaStettin, Tahita, Talcahuano, thousand For dollars mail transportation, two hundred andfifty
\ and Health Laws,"approved February twenty- third section of act of July fourth, eighteen Tumbez, Zonzibar.
: hundred and thousand dollars. .
fifth, one thousand seven hundred and and thirty-six ; July seventh, eighteen COMMERCIAL AGENCIES.
ninety-nine, avd for the better execution thirtyeightJanuary [June] seventeenth, eighteen VI. Approved, January 28,1866. \1

of the third section hundred and forty-lour; March third, eighteen hundred SCHEDULE C. .MMTTEADQUAKTERS

thereof.Be and torty-threa ; February second, and July Apia, Saint Paul de Loando, (Luanda] including loss '

it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesff twenty.ninth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and by exchange thereon, four hundred and fifty thousand DEPT. S UTH..

S the United States of America in Congress assembled, second section of act of February third, eighteen hundred dollars.: .EL HILTON HEAD, S. C.. May U, 1865.

That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby and'fifty-three, sixty-five thousand dollars. For interpreters to the consulates in China, including GENERAL ORDERS \ >

I ii authorized to purchase or erect suitable warehouses For the payment of pensions under the first sectionof loss by exchange thereon five thousand eight NO.63.I.The J :
for the storage of goods and the of July fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-
'Ij, ana other act and hundred dollars. proclamation of A. G. Magrath/styling himself
hundred ,
merchandise imported in any vessel subject to quarantine six ; act'of July twenty-first, eighteen1 third For expenses incurred, under instructions from the Governor of South Carolina, dated at Headquarters

';. or other restraint, pursuant to the health laws of forty-eight ;j' first section of the act of February ;. Secretary of State, in bringing homo from foreign Columbia, South Carolina, May 2d, 1865) declaring thatall

4 the State of New York, at such convenient place or eighteen hundred and fifty-three .i June third,eighteen ceuntries persons charged with crime, and expenses subsistence stores and the property,of the Confederate
near the port of New York as the safe- hundred and fifty-eight and July fourteenth; eighteen thousand dollars.
places within or hundred incident thereto, twenty States, within the limits of the State should be
ty.ofthe publio revenue and the observance of such hundred and sixt-lwo' three million five'* ., For .salaries of the marshals for the consular courtsin turned over and accounted for by the Agents of the

I, health laws may'require ; and the sum twenty thousand thousand dbllars. Japan, China, Siam, and Turkey, including loss by State, appointed for that purpose,and directing that the

dollars is hereby appropriated, out of any moneyin Approved,,January11,1865.dRAPTER ..., .... exchange thereon, nine thousand dollars. subsistence and other stores shall be used for the relief

the treasury, otherwise appropriated, to defraythe :- ,. <.'":* For rent of prisons for American convicts in Japan, of the people of the State ; and the proclamation of

expenses thereof. XIII. the Pun-- China, Siam, and Turkey, and for wages of the keeperof Joseph E. Brown, styling himself Governor of Georgia,
I Approved December 15, 1864. An Act amend an Act entitled "An Act for :" the same, nine thousand dollars. dated at the Capitol of that State, on the 3d day of May,
of Columbia,
ishment of Crimes in the District consuls generalto
salaries of commissioners and !
1865 requiring the officers and members of the General
CHAPTER II. approved March second, eighteen Hayti and Liberia, eleven thousand five'' hundred Assembly to meet in extraordinary session at the Capitol

An Act authorizing the Holding of a special Session oft and thirtyone.Be dollars. i I in Milledgeville on Monday, the 22d day of May
District Court tor the it enacted the Senate and'House of Representativesof the of to into ,
the United States by For expenses under act Congress carry and the proclamation of A. K. Allison
I' District of Indiana. the United States of America in Congress assembled for, effect the treaty between the United States and her himself, Acting Governor of Florida,dated atTallahasg

_. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesof That the second section of an act entitled "An act I Britannic Majesty for the suppression of the African tho 8th of April 1865, giving notice: and direction
in assembled, the of crimes in the District of Columbia; on
the United Slates of America Congress punishment thirtyone slave trade, seventeen thousand' I I that an election will beheld on Wednesday,the 7th day
session of the United States district court approved March second, eighteen hundred.and under the act to encourage immigra-
That special For
a expenses I 1865 for Governor of the State of Florida
readas of June, are,
shall be holden at the usual be and the same is hereby, amended so dollar.
for'the district of tion twenty-five thousaud
: of man each and all oftbc.rn, declared null and void, it having
place. of holding said court ou the first Tuesday in January follows : That every person duly' convicted kill shall- be For expenses under the neutrality act, twenty thous- become known to me, from trustworthy information
of assault with intent to ;
,eighteen hundred and sixty-five. slaughter any and dollars. aforesaid A. G. Magrath, Joseph E. Brown'and
f SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That all suits and sentenced to imprisonment and, labor, lorthefirst For expenses Of the coramissiom to run and mark the that the K. Allison, are disloyal to thel United States'
J, proceedings of a civil or criminal nature, now pending offence; for a''period not less than two nor more boundary,line between the United States and the British -I committed sundry and divers acts of treason,
shall bo 'proceeded in, I for the second offence, for a period I oh having
in or returnable to said court; than eight years, :pdssdssions bounding Washington Territory, the in adhering to their enemies
same, giving
heard, tried,and determined by said court, and the not less than six nor more.than fifteen years. thirteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. against and comfort. .
them aid
a Judge thereof is hereby empowered to order the empanelling Approved, January 13. 1865. Approved, January 24th, 1865.CHAPTER The persons and peoples, to whom the proclamations
said session.
of a petit and grand jury hereinabove referred to have been respectively address
20 1864.CHATTER CHAPTER xvi. : /
December ,
Approved, xix.
4 An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide An Act to provide for an Advance of Rank ot Officers of ed, are therefore enjoined and commanded to give no
J III.a the Mails from the United States to Merit. heed whatever thereto, or to any orders,proclamations,
for carrying the Navy and Marine Corps for distinguished
commands from
.I An Act to authorize the Purchase or Construction of Foreign Ports, and for other'Purposes," approved. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives commissions the right, or to exercise the functions and authority persons- _
Revenue Cutters on the Lakes. March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixtyfour.Be of the United States of America in Congress as- in either of the States of South Carolina.

:Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen-' sembled, That. any officer of the navy or marine corps, of Governor Florida, unless the same shall have been
I America in Congress assembled, tativesof the United States of America in Congress assembled of the Senate Georgia, or
consent ,
.f the United States of by and with tho advice and may the advice or consent of the United
.. ...., That the Secretary of the. Treasury is authorized to That the fourth section of an act entitled "An be advanced, not exceeding thirty numbers in rank, promulgated authorities.by .
i .
I construct, or purchase and alter, not exceeding six act to provide for carrying the maila from the United for:having exhibited,eminent and conspicuous conduct States and wishes of the
; h The policy government
r-. for the service the Lakes; and for other purposes, ap n.
: .ateam revenue cutters, on. States to foreign ports *in battle or extraordinary heroism.
States the
of and
i. the these method
the sum of one million of dollars, : March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and six- That officer toward
and for that purpose proved SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, any be them in resuming
should persued by
Z or so much tuereof as is necessary, is hereby appro- : ty-four, be'BO amended as to insert in the proviso in of the navy or marine corps, either of volunteers or which the of their political rights,"will doubt-or assuming
priated, pnt.of any money in the treasury not other- said section, after the word "newspapers," the words that it otherwise, who shall be nominated to a higher grade less be made known at an early day.. ,

wise appropriated. "periodicals,magazines, and exchanges so ,by the provisions of.the first section of this act, or of is'deemed sufficient, meanwhile, to announce that
be It
Approved, December 20. 1864.CHAPTEB will read : Provided, That this sectloIi shall not that of section nine of an act entitled "An act to estab-
: of the black race are free citizens of the
I held to extend to the transmission by mail of newspapers lish and equalize the grades of line officers of the,Uni- the pepple fixed intention of
that it is the wise
f1'O.u a United States, a and'hp.np.1iclent
VI. periodicals, magazines, and exchanges, ted States navy,?' approved July sixteenth, eighteen to protect them in the

i I An Act to establish the Grade of Vice-Admiral in the known office of publication; to bona fide subscribers" hundred and sixty-two, shall be promoted, _notwithstanding mentof- -their government: freedom and the fruits oil their industry eniov--,
United States Navy. not exceeding one copy to each subscriber .from any the number of said grade may be full but no-
T and that it is the manifest and binding duty of all citizens -
r -> Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives office. further promotions shall take placd in that grade, ex- well blacks to make such
whites as as arrarige-
the United of America in Congress assembled, 20 1865. I is reduced to
of States Approved, January exceptfor like cause until the number memo'and themselves
agreements among compensated -
and "he is .
States be
That the President pf the :United law.
that provided by
labor as shall be mutually advantageous to all
authorized and Empowered, by and with the CHAPTER XVIII. That all acts or ,
hereby, SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, ,
Neither idleness nor will be tolerated
one vice- the Consular and parties. vagrancy
An Act making Appropriations for which inconsistent with the provisions -
viceadmiral for tho.year parts of acts, are and the government will not extend pecuniary aid
Diplomatic: Expenses of the Government of this act, are hereby repealed.-
rear-admirals, and who shall be the ranking officer in ending thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and.sixty- Approved. January 2', 1864: to any persons,themselves.III. whether white. or black, who are ui-

the of the United States, and whose relative rank willing to help
navy six. --
with'of icers of the army shall be that lieutenant Be it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives CHAPTER xx. District and Post Commanders throughout this
will at once cause this order to be circula-
general in the army. i of the United States of America in Congress as- An Act supplementary to an Act entitled "An Act to Department couriers

r J SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That the pay of the sembled, That the following sum be, and the same is prescribe an Oath of Office, and for other Purposes, ted far and wide, by special its enforcement dr otherwise, and
such to
:. vice-admiral of the navy shall be seven thousand dollars hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the treasurynot approved July two, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. will tako be deemed steps secure as may
i when at sea, six thousand dollars 'when on shore otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen- by necessary.Q.. A. GELLMORE

t t I duty, and five thousand dollars when waiting orders.' expressed, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth. of tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled General Com, standing.OmcrAL. .

SKC. 3. And be it further enacted, That the first section June,.eighteen hundred and sixty-six,'namely :- That no person, after the date of this act, Major .

of au act, approved December twenty-first, eighteen For salaries of envoys extraordinary, ministers, and shall be admitted to the bar of the supreme court of ] .

I hundred snd sixty one, entitled "An act further to commissioners of the United States at Great Britain, the United States, or at any time after the tonrtt. of May 3,1865. 15w.

j promote the efficiency ofthc navy." shall not be BO : France, Russia, Prussia, Spain, Austria, Brazil,Republic March next, shall be admitted to the bar of any circuit

.J construed as to apply to any one holding a commission of Mexico, China, Italy, Chill, Peru"Portugal, Swit- or district court ol the United States, or of the court of '

t ( at vice-admiral in the navy.Approvedllecember zerland, Rome, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, claims,'as an attorney or counsellor of such court, or OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES

to 21, 1864. Turkey, New Grenada, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela, shall be allowed to appear and be heard in any such AGENCY, FIRNATDUA, FLOKTOA

Gautemala, Nicaragua, Sandwich Islands, Costa Rica, court by virtue of any previous admission, or any lay 27. 1865.

; CHAPTER VIII. Honduras, Argentine Confederation, Paraguay, Japan, special power of attorney, unless he shall have first Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will purchase -

4 An Act to amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide and Salvadorthree huudred and eight thousand dollars. taken and subscribed in "An Act to prescribe an oath under the regulations of the: Treasury Department -

internal Revenue to support the Government, For salaries ofsecretaties of legation, thirty thousand of office, and for other purposes," approved July_two, all Cotton, not captured or abandoned, which

I to pay Interest on the public Debt, and for dollars. eighteen hundred and sixty-two, according to tne forms may be brought to Fernandina or Jacksonville.

t other Purposes," approved June For salaries pi assistant secretaries of legation at and in the manner in the said act provided ; which The regulations of the Treasury Department. govern-

thirtieth, eighteen hundred London and Paris, three thousand dollars. said oath so taken and subscribed shall be preserved ing the purchase and sale of Cotton are herewith annexed -

and sixty-tour. For salary of the interpreter to the legation to China among the files of such court, and any person who HALLETT KILBOURN,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 'five thousand dollars, shall falsely take the oath shall be guilty perjury.. U. S. Purchasing Agent.tf. .

of the United Store of America in Congress assembled, For salary of the secretary of legation to Turkey, acting and, on conviction, shall be liable to the pains and penalties *

That section fifty five of an act entitled "An act to provide as interpreter, three thousand dollars. perjury) and the additional pains and penal- TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

r internal revenue to support the government, to" I For salary of the interpreter to the legation to Japantwo ties in the said act provided. May 9, 1865-

pay interest on the public debt,and for other purposes, i thousand five hundred dollars. Approved, January 24:, 1865. I. Agents shall be appointed by the. Secretary of the

approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty- For contingent expenses of all the missions abroad Treasury, with the approval of the President, to pur
four, be amended by striking out the word "February" Sixty thousand dollars. CHAPTER xxii. I ch.asffor the United States,under special instructionsfrom
f wherever it occurs in'said section, and inserting, in of intercourse, eigh- of the of States
For contingent expenses foreign An act to amend an act entitled "An Act to provide I the Secretary Treasury; products ,
t lieu thereof, the word January. ty thousand dollars. Ways and Means for the Support of tho Government, declared to be in insurrection, at such places as may :

'. Approved, December 22. 18M. For expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers, and for other Purposes,approved June thirtieth, from time to time be designated by.tbe Secretary of the II

../ three thousand dollars. eighteen hundred and sixtyfour.Be Treasury as market or places purchase. ,
CHAPTER IX. For expenses of the consulates in the Turkish dominions it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen *, -? I

t An Act to extend the Time allowed for the withdrawal namely ; interpreters, guards and other expenses tatives of the United States of America in Congress as- III.'The operations of ,purchasing ,agents shall be i

t of certain Goods therein named from public of the consulates. at Constantinople, Smyrna, sembled, That in lieu of any bonds authorized to be confined to the single article of cotton ;' and they shall

f Stores. Candia, Alexandria, and Beirut, two thousand five issued by the first section of the act entitled "An act to give public notice at the place to which they may be ,
&it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives hundred dollars. provide ways and means for the support of the govern- assigned, that they will, purchase Jn- accordance with

I qf the United States of America in Congress assembled the, I For the relief and protection ot American seamen in ment," approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and these regulations, all cotton not captured. abandoned. ,

i .. That in computing the three years allowed by I foreign countries, two hundred thousand dollars. sixty-four, that may remain unsold at the date of, this which may be brought to them. -

wentyfirst section.of the act entitled "An act increasing For expenses which may be incurred in acknowledging act the Secretary of the Treasury may issue, under the IV. To meet the requirements of the 8th section of
temporarily the duties'on imports, and for other the services! of the masters and crews of foreign authority of said act, treasury notes of the description the act of July 2d, 1864, the agents shall receive all cotton -

purposes," approved July fourteenth, eighteen hnn4red vessels in rescuing citizens of the United States from and character authorized by the second section of said i so brought, and forthwith return to the seller fhre -
E and sixty-two, for the withdrawal of goods from thousand dollars. ,F' ." thereof which portion shall be an gradeof
-- shipwreck, seven act': Provided;That the whole amount of bonds authorized fourths avenge
f I may public store or bonded warehouse for exportationto For the purchase of blank books, stationery, bookcases as aforesaid and treasury notes issued and to the whole, according to the certificate of a sworn expert -

foreign,countries, or,transhipment to any port of the arms of the United States, seals, presses, and be issued in lieu thereof, shall hot exceed the'sum off or sampler. ,

; Tadfic' or western coast of the.United States, if such exportation flags, and for the payment of postages and miscellaneous hundred millions'of dollars;' and such treasurynotes V. All cotton purchased and resold by'purchasing

I ..: or transhipment any goods shall, either expenses of the consuls of the United States, including may be disposed of for' lawful money, or for any Agents shall be exempt from all -fees' and all internal

; for the whole or part of the said term of three years loss by exchange, fifty-five thousand dollars. other treasurynotes.,or certificates of indebtedness or taxes. And the agent. selling shall mark the lime

lave been prevented by reason of any order of the For office rent for those consuls general, consuls, and certificates of deposit issued under any previous act of "J'U' $"and furnish to the purchaser a bill of salt

'. President of the United States, the time during which shall commercial agents who are not allowed to trade, including congress; and such notes, shall be exempt from)taxation clearly and accurately describing the character aDd

f each exportation or transhipment, aforesaid of snob shall goods be excluded loss by exchange thereon, fifty thousand dol by or under'state'or municipal authority:; quantity sold, and containing a certificate that it is ez-

{ Lave been so prevented as lars. And be It further enacted Thai bonds mpt from taxes and fees, as above.
.. SKC. 2. .. :any 4
from said computation.Approved & *
the *
For salaries OI consuls general, consuls, commercial known as ftye-t"enUellJIUe4 under,th act or twenty.fifth *. *

December 22,1864. agents, and thirteen consular clerks, namely : February, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,re- IX. AU Agents are prohibited from purchasing any

I. CONSULATES GENERAL. maining unsold to an amountnot exceeding four millions product of an insurrectionary State,,:which shall bat
CHura XL
of dollars, may be disposed of by the Secretary of been captured by the military or naval forces of the
the Provision of Law requiring certain SCHIDCLK
aa, Act to repeal B. if be it United States or which shall have been abandoned by
be the.Treasury in,the United Slates, or, shallfind
of the Smithsonian Institution to '*
Regent* Institute. Alexandria, Calcutta, Constantinople Frankfort-on- expedient in Europe,at any time, on such terms'as he the lawful. owner thereof.
the National
Members of
the-Main, Havana,Montreal, Shanghai. may deem ,most advisable : Provided, That this act X.. These regulations;:which are intended to rsvoke
J the Senate and House Representatives4Q
,, Ill".tftGd by of assembled shall not be so construed as to give any authority for and annul all others on the subject, heretofore raids

"That*so United much State of the of act America"To establish in Congrttt the Smithsonian, III. CONSULATES.SCHKDTJLB the issue of any legal tender notes in any form .beyond will take'effect: and be in lone- on and,after May llta,

unissued of the amount authorized by 1865. HUGH McCULLOeB
the balance ,
the increase and diffusion of knowledge II.
l _, .' Institution, for the second section of the act to which this is an SeeretaryiOf the Treasury.
that of the .otwel ,
men" two regents
as require ,
: amo&g ,
4 institution shall be members of the National Institute Acapulco, Aix-la-Chapelle, Algiers, Amoy, Ameter-1 amendment. Approved.ltxacortvz <, *'
AwerpAspinwai, Aux Cayes, Bahia, BarceIonsBankokBasleBelfastBeirntBergenBermuda -' January 28, 1886. CUJan, ,
is hereby, dam, Approved
i "rv ia the dty ot Washington, 'be, and the name ; bil-. Washington City;May*18M. ti

_ repealed BuenoflAyreSfBordeanx, Bremen, Bristol, ANDREW JOHNSON.
ajrpoved January 10,1865.aa boo, Bilbao] CHATTX xxm.
; i Brfndisi Boulogne Cadia Callao,' Canto, Cardiff;'
.. ; An Act making appropriations for.the Service of the =
Chin Kiang, Clifton, Coatlcook, Cork, Curacoa.Demar- Post Office Department during the fiscal Year ending I FOR SA L1. ;150OtiO IFEm'
act making Appropriations for tha Payment of invalid ara Dundee, Elsinore Erie, Foo Choo; Funchal, (lalatz the thirtieth of June, eighteen Lundredand sixty-six. LUMBER Pine Boards;PJi.nkionped asgrooved *
Penaiona of the United States Gibraltar
and other Gaspe Basin Geneva, Genoa, ; Glasgow, iBe it enacted by the Senate'and House of,Representatives and Scantling, also Doors; WindOW'. ,db",

i' for the year ending hundred the thirtieth.June, Goderich. Gottenberg, Guaymas, Halifax, Hamburg,' ,of the United States of America; in Congress as. Pickets. for Fencing. ; Shingles, &c. f ..'
eighteen an dxty..ix.Be" I I Havre Honolulu.'Hong-Kong.Jerusalem .Kanagawa, to HENRY; JOHNSON.
embl ,-That the following stuns be, and the lithe are Apply .
enacted by the Senate and Howe of Representatives Kingston,'Kingston Canada,La Rochell a Laguayra, hereby appropriated,'for the service of the:Post Office .. IJrmuncUU, )'la.

I 4 tAe United State of America in comgress assembled,' ,LahalnA.La' Fax, La Union, Leeds, Leghorn, ,Lelpdo.I ,, ; for the year ending:June .thirtieth eighteen May 27: }868. Imo.MR& -
That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, Mocab ;
London '
Malaga. in
a LUbon.Liverpool; out the,
hundred and six\ any moneys
appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not :Malta,'Manchester, Msnzanllo, Maracaibo, >Matanras,' : '
; treasury arising,from the revenues of the said department E. HUDNALL IS NOW PREFAB
for the pensioner
rtkerwise appropriated, payment ,
I : Mauritius, Melbourne, Messina Moscow .
Marseilles,1 '
to'the act of tho second of July '
'I in conformity 'accommodatetransient: perm'ant'Bosrderi
the thirtieth of June, to :and
the ending ;
for eighteetfhun- '
West Indies
year Nagasaki Nantes, Naples Nassau,
'. I and, Munich, \ eighteen. < hundred and thirty-six :I ,. at reasonable rates.; ..Her" rable will be sup
deed sixty-six
i c ) Newcastle, Nice, Odessa, Oporto'Palermo, Pans of the mail (Inland) seven million
four million :transportation with the best the 'market affords. BOoms urgr
For Invalid pensions under various acts, Paramaribo, Paris, ernambuco, ,:Pictou, Ponce,,; hundred thousand dollars. plied .. ,

dollars.For revolutionary pensions, per act of March eighteenth fort Bevel Mahoni, Rio de; Prescott Janeiro,,Prince.Rotterdam Edward, ;;Ban I1and"Quebec.Juan del Sur,' -dollars., For ship,.steamboat. ,'and way. letters p eight thousand. and Jacbon airy. ,,Fla.,.Hay 201865. .3t..

A 1 : 4 eighteen hundred and eighteen ; May fifteenth, San Joan,'(Porto Rico,) Santander,'Santiago:dei{ Cuba, .For compensation postmasters, three million one I -

_ eighteen hundred and twenty-eight; June seventh,' Santos, Port Sarniaj, Bdo.'Sinagpore, Smyrna-f ; South.amptoDStock.holm and seventy-five thousand dollars. ., RIDDEIX ,& MURDOCH
.. erg hteen hundred and thirty-two ; third section of act Saint John (Newfoundland)Saint hundred
: hundred
clerkl for postofflces; one million three
?. July seventh, eighteen hundred .and thirty- igb ; NewBrunswlck Saint .For (Agents f r'Ilrael1L.seal7.)
= John,;( ) Saint Petersburg, PierreMirtinique I thousand dollars..' ; '
March third, eighteen hundred and forty-three: ; June Saint Thomas, Stuttgardt,'Swatow,Saint '
( ) For.payment to letter-carriers, .four hundred'thousand IN
seventeenth eighteen hundred and fortyrfour: February WHOLESALE
Tangier Tehuantepec; :
Helena; Tabasco, 'Tampico, dollars, t /. '
: .
second and July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred d&Cuba.Trinidad Tripoli, ; dollars 1 t
'Tr1elte/lTinidad ,
'TOl'ODto seventY-tve''thotuand\ .
and f Jttjj elghtj; and second section[of]act of February Tunis, Turks Islpnds Valparaiso! ; Valencia, Venice, For For wrapping twine;seventeen pa r,, thousand: dollars. :41-E. A'Dwts.. ...p, "
::1 third eighteen hundred and fifty-three. two Vera, Cruz, Vienna., Windsor, Zurich. For office stamps'six thousand dollars : of
< and thirty thousand dollars. dol )Imported and Domestic' Liquors
if' For letter balances, two thousand five .hundred
For pensions to widows, mothers, children, and sisters IV*'COMMERCIAL AGENCIES. / ** I

under the first section of the act of fourth of July, lars. ,. YFor and assistants .. r ,all. (!Inosand, Qualities.No. .
compensation to blank agents' .
f : .: -eighteen hundred and thirty-six ; act of July twenty- SCHEDULE B. thousand dollars. 5 Merchants liow/HllW'Head, 8. c.

r : 4 first, eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; first section of Amoorllivor, Antigua, Ballze, (Honduras) Gaboon, seven office furniture two thousand dollars. ,

the act of February third, eighteen hundred and fifty- Madagascar, San Juan del Norte, .Saint Domingo, Saint For thousand dollars. June 10,1865. tf.
For advertising, sixty-eight :
_ three ; June third, eighteen hundred and fift y-eight i ; Marc.
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