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: July 1, 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: UF00053711:00015
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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JULY 1, 1865 46. '

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THE FLORIDA UNIONIS fresh thanks! This ----- '--' .
young giant of ---
a Repub
Reconstruction .
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY lic, in the grand Olympic Games of the ages, in Geor;ia. ul't1t-TIlut the Postmaster-General prokGeed
has proved its prowess and won its to establish post-offices and
J. K. STICKNEY.TERMS crown} post-routes, :'
henceforth let us have peace. Here are our RY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and put into execution the postal laws of the :i t,

: peace-makers: and our P eace-ke spivs-men OF AMERICA. United States within said State, giving to f
Two Dollars per Annum in Advance. who prize freedom as the law ]loyal residents the k ,
of preference of .
No Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. order and heavenly A. PROCLAMATION.Whereas appointment; {
who but
Single copies five cents. to guard this sacred birth- suitable residents arc not found, then ,.
ADVERTISING: right, are ready at the instant to give their the fourth section of the fourth to appoint agents, &c., from other States. r i

Two dollars ppr Square of Ten Nonpariel Lines or :I lives-their all. article of the Constitution of the United States Fifth-That the District Judge for the judicial i
occupying the same sp&ue, for first insertion : One When somewhat satisfied with the grand declares that the United States shall guarantee district in which Georgia is included, \

dollar for each deduction subsequent made insertion.to advertisers.JOBPRINTINO general impression, one was free to note par- to every State in the Union republican proceed to hold courts within said State in r l,
. liberal permanent J-
A form
Oculars. What.first of government and shall protect each accordance with the
attracted the eye, per- provisions of the act of t }
haps, was the profusion, of flowers, for this is of them against invasion and domestic vio- Congress, and the Attorney-General will in! t
In. every---style' ,neatly and promptly executed. the season of roses in this District; and the lence; and whereas, the President of the struct the proper officers to libel and bring to : .

rostint seemed to light up,with festive brightness United States is, by the constitution, made I judgement, confiscation: and sale, property :1. .
[IFfcm the Washington Daily Chronicle, May 29th.] the dingy and dust-powdered uniforms. Commander-in-Chief of the army and navy, subject to confiscation, and enforce the ad- ', t '
The Grand Review. There were garlands of flowers on the shoul- as well as chief civil executive officer of the ministration of justice within said State, in 'f

H. ders, breasts, and arms of the mounted officers United States, and is bound by solemn oath all matters within the cognizance and juris
The ReWilliam Channing, of the ; wreaths of flowers on the arched necksof faithfully to execute the office of President of diction ofthe Federal courts. ';!
Unitarian Church in this city,gave utterance, their the United States and to take Sixth-That bf
chargers; bouquets of flowers at the care that the the Secretary of the Navy :
in his discourse yesterday morning, to the saddle bow or in the bridle-hand sprigs of laws be faithfully executed; and whereas, take possession of all public property belonging t:

following eloquent review and graphic descriptionof flowers projected from gun-barrels; of the I: the rebellion which has been waged by a por- to the Navy Department within,said geographical .; ': { .

the grand : soldier; sprigs of flowers were badges on the tion of the people of the United States againstthe limits, and put in operation all acts J; .1- "".
"All that I can hope to give is a general impression
breasts property constituted authorities of the of
of the officers heading the ranks and Congress In relation to naval affairs having :
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of this wonderful scene, the like of above all, wreaths and garlands of flowers, government thereof in the most violent and application to said State. ., .-. $'
which none can expect or wish to see again; and, in several instances, civic crowns of, revolting form, and whose organized and Seventh-That the Secretary of thelhferiorput _I 1'fj I

for God grant that our warfare is accomplished laural were pendant from the spear-heads of armed forces have now been almost entirely in force the laws relating to the Interior1
for ages forever, within this nation. But the overcome, has in its Department
torn battle flags and bullet-riddled gui- revolutionary progress, applicable to the geographical
sublime beyond power of expression was the dons. The fresh beauty of these floral adornments deprived the people of the State of Georgiaof limits aforesaid. .,
manifestation thus given, for once, of the he- all civil and whereas it In t
seemed to overspread the mighty host testimony whereof, I have hereunto,set
roism of a free peopleRome in her era of with the becomes necessary and to out hand and !
atmosphere of a Paradise regained proper carry my caused the seal to.c I
imperial grandeur, France and Germany in of peace. And next the gaze was revitted and enforce the obligations of the United affixed. Done at the City; 7ofL. >

the mediaeval ages Paris in the most splendid upon the banners-some glistening bright States to the people of Georgia in securing [ s.] Washington, this 17th day of Junej I ''

days of Napoleon, London in the noon- with silken folds untarnished, their blue them in the enjoyment of a republican form in the year of our Lord one thousand a',
tide of Wellington, never looked on such a of government now, therefore in obedienceto
ground blazoned all over with golden letters I ; eight hundred and sixtyfii< .
triumphal procession as rolled through the the high and solemn duties and of the .
recording the desperate fights through which imposed upon independence of.the ,
broad avenues of the capital of this Republicfor the brigades and regiments who proudly bore me by the Constitution of the United States United States the eightyninthANDREW .k :

twelve hours, 150,000 strong, and thirty- them had proved their patriot ardor and won and for the purpose of enabling the loyal JOHNSON. :4. g
miles, at least, in length! More showy displays their fame. And beside them-their people of said State to organize a State Gov- By the President: .
have been often made ; for these vete- com- ernment whereby justice be established WM. H. SEWARD ,
panions-were the old banners, first blessedat may Secretary of State '
rans were returning tram the longest marches, home, and consecrated with the of domestic tranquility restored and loyal citi- TEXAS-ANDREW J. HAMILTON APPOINTED
the severest exposures, and the sternest con- wives and mothers, now shrivelled prayers and shorn zens protected in all their rights of life, liberty GOVERNOR.
tests which any armies in modem times have to ; and property,I Andrew Johnson,Presidentof
fluttering shreds, scarce able to cling to The President also issued a proclamation,
through and, though neat and trimas the United States and CommnnderinChiefof
passed ,
the flagstaff; the staff itself often shattered, at the same time with the above, ,appointing
circumstances permitted,yet their uniformswere and bound and strapped to hold together. the army and navy of the United States, Gen. Andrew J. Hamilton Provisional Governor

faded and weather-stained, and their How those pierced, scorched, and ravelled de hereby appoint James Johnson, of Georgia of Texas. The'terms'of the proclamation -
tattered banners told the tale of their pro- Provisional Governor of the State of
told of
the fierce thunder of
rags storms and iron are precisely'the same as that in re-
longed hardships. But it was this very evidenCe hail, and_,sheets_ of flame of many and many Georgia,. whose. duty! it shall be, at the earliest ference to Georgia,above printed.Ed.Times. ,
of terriblo toil and struggle, so uncon- practicable to prescribe such rules
a battle-field! How proudly, yet with what WITHDRAWAL OF BILLIGERENT RIGHTS BYFRANCE. ,
ciously given, that made the chief charm of I almost reverent tenderness, the sturdy stan- and regulations as may be necessary and I

the spectacle This'was no holiday parade I,dard-bearers drooped their treasured. trophies. proper for convening a convention, composed The Secretary of State to-day addresses the ; ;

of professional soldiers. Hero were ,our- in answering salute to the cheers, and hand- ofdelegates to be chosen by that portion following letter'to the'Secretary'oi'the.Navy*: -
brothers, men of the people, fellow citizens, clappings, and 'kerchief-wavings of the mul- of the people of said State who are loyal to, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, ) 4
who had for four long woeful the United States, and no others, for the ,
weary, titude; and how eye answered eye as they purpose WASHINGTON, June 17, 1865. S ;
yearsleft home and all that makes home grimly smiled, as memory recalled the terrific of altering and amending the constitu- Hon. Gideon Wells, Secretary of the Navy
dear, left peaceful pursuits of industry, and combats of the past. And then from the bat- tion thereof, and with authority to exercise, Sm: I have the honor to inform you that 1

the pleasant paths of peace, and risked all, tle-flags, are turned to study the rank and, within the limits of said State, all the powers it has been known to this department by the I
sacrificed all, for the laws and liberties of the file of other reginftnts and brigades,' who,;! necessary and proper to enable such loyal Minister of the United States residing in :

Commonwealth. For us and for our children, with company front of twenty deep and mas-, people of the State of Georgia to restore said France, that the Imperial Government or that

for all our privileges and immunities, for our sed, swept by, so stately in majestic strength,. State to its constitutional relations to the country has removed all restrictions heretofore
free churches free courts free legislative halls Federal Government, and present such a republican -
living organisms whose pulsating heartthrobs'were : imposed by it upon the naval intercourse .
free farmers' fields and mechanics' workshops, numbered by the rythmic thread. What form of State government as will with the United States. I have alsothe

free schools, and free presses, had they foughtand stalwart forms-what bronzed and rugged. entitle the State to the guarantee of the Uni- pleasure to inform you that I have learned,

poured out their life's blood, and borne faces How swinging the stride-how buoyant -. ted States therefor, and its people to protec- in the same authentic manner, that the Im- !
the pitiless peltings of the storm and parching the bearing! How youthful these vete-,: tion by the United States against. invasion, perial-Government of France has withdrawnfrom
heats. Oh! God bless and reward them insurrection and domestic violence; providedthat
rans of scores and hundreds of desperate com the insurgents of the United States the:
and theirs! How, from the heart and to the bats! How gay and glad, ,with lightsome in any election that may be held hereafter character of billigerents, which heretofore j
heart of our whole nation came and went the hearts-their trials ended, their work well for choosing delegates to any State Con- that government had conceded to them, and

meaning of the motto inscribed that day on, done, their victory fairly earned, their homes vention, as aforesaid, no person shall be qualified these proceedings by the Government of 1 t

the Capitol: "The only national debt we; secure, their nation saved and then our as an elector, or shall be eligible as a France have been prompted by the express \
can never pay is the debt we owe to our victories nobles marching to their humble homes. member of such convention, unless he shall desire of reviving the old sympathies betweenthe

Union soldiers." Alas! alas! And where are they, their well- have previously taken and subscribed the two nations, whose interests .and- 'traditions -
To one who looked eastward from the gateof loved trusted comrades, who left shoulder to oath of amnesty, as set forth in the President'sProclamation.of constantly invite them to cultivate the '" !
the May 29, A. D., 1865, and is most cordial relations. I leave I'
up' to
Treasury bilding, Pennsylvania shoulder years ago, the quiet village far away beg suggest ,
avenue to the Capitol, more than a mile, the among the embosoming hills, or on'the flow-; a voter qualified as prescribed by the constitu- the importance of communicating these :
united into "< tion and"laws of the State of Georgia,in force facts to the officers of the
vast host of moving heroes, one, eiYprairies ? Th e wasted ranks are: their, proper navy. !
the service of the mass. undulating :with the i t t itoesses.. They,sleep their soldier! resVuh-. immediately before the nineteenth of January, I have the honor to be, Sir, \
date of the so-called Ordinance
A. D. 1861 the '
Your obedient
cadenced and servant
march gun-barrels ,
bayonets, ; der the green mounds of the .blood-dyed
of Secession. And the said convention when "
$ sabres, and spear-heads glistening with Wilderness: amidst the sighing, pines and .I convened or the Legislature that.may be .WM.. H. 8EWARD,
hmumerable jets and sparkles of light, like and .
hemlocks of Carolinas Georgia, or thereafter assembled will the The luau-keu.'buld,Cotton, etc.
I prescribe qualification
the rapids ofNiagara nashirig in sunshineaflood their bones'are bleaching-yet' on the fatal of electors and the eligibility of NEW YORK, June 17, 1865. E

.forever flowing down and on,from'ever- field of Chickamauga.*. Will you ,think :.4it sons to hold office,under the constitution per-and The stock market was rather heavy, :and

fall fountains., tmmtenniitiing,'continually renewed strange when r say that, as 1 watched thetramping'army laws.'of the State-a power" the people:of the lower quotations were currentyesterday;r'but.

; immense in rolume, majestic 'in hereyisible. oyerheadse, n several States composing the Federal Union, at the close it was firm. Gold sold'down ;
,sweep, resistless in momentum, graceful in .only by the spirit eye, another army''seembd have rightfully excercised from the origin of 1421-4, but closed,at halfpast fivep. ;Inv rt'at
toight seemed like a river' of hf6-&' ''very sweeping'on, clad in,white robes,and.wavinspalmboughs the government to the present time. And I 144:a 144 14. The closing price at nightwas
xiuouri of manhood E'a. heart,. imagination with, crowns of unfading .flow do, direct: 14434.
were'filled with this sublime vision of en, who responded to. e martta1stramswith, ffifst hereby-That r the military commander1'of the The'fall in gold unsettled the marketv'formerchandise :

the giant stream, so'steadily pouring on and &,GFMain-j8xGeln* and a welcome' home, 'department;and all officers acid ersons' in yesterday,and where an advance 4 f
ever on,through gaily: enamelled- flowery that'fillet'the whole heaven WIth BannonY--1 ; + the'military and naval service, aid and assist was'established Thursday,as a result;of the i 5
*aka of crowded.sidewa ked windows. and.chief among that cloud of witnesses"app, the said Provisional Governor in carrying into : advance in gold,-it-was lost, Jesterdar.b1e: 1

'wronged roofs all able with banners, and geared our Risen President : effect this proclamation; and they are enJoined fall in gold. Trade was decidedly qull-(bat 1 f

flowers. and man'-hued "dresses; 'and_ the. ... .---- to.abstain from in,any way',hindering. "there were exceptions to the genm1't't '
scene of wonder grew" deeper aria'' deeper: 'as A.8IDpIar. ee. ; ,impeding: ,or:discouraging loyal people' from Groceries, cotton,,petroleum, &c., were'.less
the Mnated iriekhaustibleof active and not!o firm. On
ey.atCh the Change evfJlYthing -
of State Government
224. the organization a as
current vM vigor,'so'beautiful in ordered The Liverpool :Wecktg. tfercury'bf the, herein authorized. ,was about the same as on Thursday,

will, in manfold oneness in hannon&ed''omwpotence. [ of'April contains, ,an' aoxrant'of the arrest.h1 b y, Second -That the Secretary of State proceed except-corn and lard, which. were a trifle

Whence dd't1i' ; cometliese;: fou., to put in force all laws of the United higher.
'gates on waves afathletes, ;so"'upright''and the administration' to Cotton was dull,but unchanged. The sales*
where-the Sjtates; 'Yber 1
.finn in front, s 'bronzed and>ddj"itt" i1Yith'matted >i Ing. As;the officer, _.enterea'the. pit the State Department,applicable the geographical were 700 bales. We quote:
in rjrogress, he: heard. the :partieswho Uplands. Florida Nobil4 He O.ce r.
beard closfeupped' hair fight :was: ., .
and limits aforesaid. .
watching it cry out "go it 1 *Booth" Ordinary....eo ....27 21 27 27..
with muscles so pliant,' strong and eltftTelike : were done,:''Dam"! "rn bet 50 on'' Davis 2'Vtiryi-That the Secretary of the Treasury, Good Ordinary....84 M 34: ..31. s
**eel, and steady springy;;stepaiid gay cheerj- well m'us't taken 'l .thin proceed to'nominate for appointment 'assessors Middling..41 41 41 41.. i k
fulness of look, and carriage f" Ana are.these, &c. The fight: have initJd of taxes'and collectors customs and'qf Good Middling..47Middling 47 47 ,,. ,
hip .
the :or three days after Booth co fair eo 50 50 50 We i
exhausted resourcearof a nation, decklnated :before .the intelligence 'internal'revenue, and such other officers' of .. .. \
four : ) strife" An murderous deed and \ authorizedby A deputation.from the colored people, of
by years of bloody : :have' reached England.The the Treasury Department as are .
,are these thirty miles'of indomitable sons :of, '6f.i could' possibly :arrested'arenot given, law, and put in execution ,the ,tevenue.'Iaws this city waited upon the President 'on 'the .
Anak only two.fifths of the armIes'of the Bepublic ,-! / names of the parties'Were'Southern rebels dr of the United States within the geographical 17th,;''and, uested permission to hold a,celebration j
but it is evident they, 'of the Fourth of in,the
; with a countlessfleet'and' another.of : -- JiUIs.i: -_ limits aforesaid. In making ap' July grounds
seamen rebel sympathizer : Itis, arsin ; attached 'to the. executive, mansion. The
to rd hehk8l ; of'ytli pointment8"thepreferenceshallbe: ; given.toqualified ,
eteliresh OhOmni' ni 1 ices;if they had t President stated.to them i that as these grounds
tlu iks, to the. lord I 's'wor1t which"bad 'been assigne' to loyal persons residing within the ,
tent, that He has thus' dertims&atid before' theonlooking I: '' should have,used his'name.m''thbconWedaon districts where theirrespective duties' are to i were'public pi'opertY"orwhic he was merely -
nations. ,>tatXree'institutioris-thegovernment 'Booth, that they and in the/way"! ,they' did.It.Vould be:performed! But:if' suitable residents of the custodian, he'felt'that'it would'not: ibe s

'of'a people'L l a.people and, for a ; afc least be.l interesting to knout;;who districts'shill not be found, then persons residing -' proper to-grant exclusive privileges in them
people, is the most stable while most( \prorefs' ; ... .and howl6ng they had.been' :in other.States or districts shall: be- ap ,to t any:lass Qf citizens and he ..therefo1'e"de" .- :-4'=
-the'most1oyalTvhildmost liberal the parties were pointed. dined to grant the request. ,W i i ;

grIn of government'\ on earth. Thanks,ever- in England. ,11j i.i f: '

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Confederate Government. It matters not wards the people reaching each other. We -reserving and excepting only thOse relating 1+

I ihe ori.fta record the serious disturbance to, contraband of war, as hereinafter recited
whether by,t their, consent or not. have yet to
Iii and also thosewhich: relate to the :
., : : The mere fact that a wounded, rebel soldier :-: "arising from discussion of any political questions tion of rights of the United States reserva

,, t .b was accidentally taken into 'a dwelling: ; yet they ,have been discussed! by all purchased in the territory of an enemy property heretofore .

i I .j JACKSONVILLE, JULY I, 1865. house and died there, is sufficient evidence in classes. I .imposed In the territory of, the United
States east of the Mississippi river
the estimation of the Court to constitute that If these are indications of anything they nulled; and:I do hereby direct that-they are an-

f', HAVE WE A UNITED STATES DIN- house a "Confederate hospital,"and render it surely indicate that the people have the right forthwith removed, and that on and after the be

I' .. TRICT COURT AMONG US ? liable to confiscation.The spirit. The terms of peace to the South have first'day of July next all restrictions' upon

I\ f Confiscation of dead men's always been to be received back the moment foreign commerce with said ports, with the
_. The exciting questions of ""'110 struck property exception and reservation aforesaid
be .
President ,
t The removed
Billy Patterson"' ? "Have we a Bourborn belongs to the same class of cases. But' they laid down their arms. and that the commerce of said States

\ when we take into consideration the fact that in issuing the Amnesty Proclamation, is only shall be conducted under the supervision of

among us" ? and "What is it"? have all given the Judge was an applicant for the office of carrying out these terms. So long as the people I the regularly appointed officers: of the cus

A.I? '!i' place, in this locality at least, to the above Receiver under the Confederate Government, will act in accordance with this spirit, the toms customs provided shall bv law receive; and such officers of

pertinent inquiry. The only. evidence the any eaptured and
for the confiscation of property belonging to so long will the prospect for the future con- abandoned property that may be/:turned

people hereabouts have of the existence of Union men, and that the Marshal packed the tinue to grow brighter, the wounds heal, and to them under the law by the military over or

such an institution, is the occasional presenceof beef and pork of the Florida, part of the late the two sections to be firmly joined in one naval forces of the United States, and dispose
( an individual conspicuously labelled U. S. of such property as shall bft directed
Confederacy, we are not at all surprised at country and one destiny. Slavery, the great the Secretary of the Treasury. .
M. flourishing in one hand a and
paste-pot the irregularity of their proceedings under bone of contention, is now forever removed.It The following articles, contraband of

brush, and in the other sundry rolls of paper, the lawful Government of the United States. finds few mourners in the South. Passion excepted from the effect of flits proclamation ware ,

I upon which are inscribed various hieroglyphic The transition was sudden and their conver- has given way to reason. The people see the I : Arms, ammunition, all articles from

and cabalistic characters, which on being deciphered which ammunition is made, and gray uniforms -
in its hideous form and too
sion must have been so. Indeed we are not monster are only and cloth.

are found to contain notices admonishing surprised at the confusion of their ideas in relation thankful to have it removed from sight. And I hereby also proclaim and declare

certain parties that their property to itieum et tuum, as well as justice.- +<**+-- | that the insurrection, so far as it relates to
is liable to the penalties of confiscation. and INDIFFERENCE TO THE FATE OF JEFF and within the State of Tennessee and the inhabitants
: The
change was sufficient to unsettle the DAVIS.
of the said State
citing them to appear and show cause whyit of Tennessee, as
minds of men of more brains than either the reorganized and constituted under
should not be done, with which the individual Little sympathy seems to be felt for Jeff. their recently -
Judge or Marshal possess. Our only wonderis adopted constitution and reorganiza
aforesaid Davis or concern as to what may be his fate,
industriously proceeds to tion and them is
J accepted by
that in view of the scandalous nature of supposed;and
deface the doors and walls of various by the people of either the North or South therefore, also, that all disabilities and dis-

) dwelling and store-houses in this vicinity. their proceedings, the military authoritieshave these days. The people of the North, now qualifications attaching to said State and the

As the copious showers of rain, which we not long since summarily ejected the that he is no longer before the public, think inhabitants thereof, consequent upon any
officers of the institution beyond the limits of proclamations, issued by virtue' of the fifth
have at thisseason of the year, accompanied very little about him. The people of the section of the act entitled, "An act further to
'If this Department. In conclusion wishto
;( as they usually are with a strong breeze, obliterates we South have too many private griefs to mourn provide for collection of duties
within a day or two, all traces of have it distinctly understood that we to spare much sorrow on their fallen leader. for other purposes," approved the thirj:

I ; are no apologist for, or sympathizer witbtraitors teenth day of July, 1861, are removed. But
the industrious labor of said individual, that Between the two Jeff. seems likely to sink
nothing contained shall
and believe with be considered
,,1.+ part of the affair dont amount to much. But our respected into insignificance. The indifference manifested or construed as in anywise changing or impairing

1 joking aside, we presume that it is pretty i President, that treason is the highest by the Southern people to the fate of any of the penalties arid forfeitures

J : crime known to the laand, shouldreceive for treason heretofore incurred under; the laws
generally known that such an institution as a their leader, and the eagerness with which
its and of the United States,or of the
appropriate adequate any provisions
United States District Court, has, at one or pun- they enter into the new arrangement perhaps restrictions or disabilities set in ,
ishment. But in my proclamation -
the of law and
two short periods of time for the past two name we should say reenterinto the old arrangement bearing date the 29th (}ay of May,
been of that justice upon which th'e law is founded furnishes 1865, or as impairing existing
years, exercising its functions within the i pretty conclusive evidence regulations for

'f limits of the Northern District of Florida.I let the proceedings under the law be conducted :I that they were,as has often been asserted I the suspension of the habeus corpus and the

f: To be sure, a Court organized and established decently and in order,. and in such a I ,never heart and soul with the rebel cause. shall exercise be necessary of military for law the general in cases public where safe-it

for the trial of manner as not only to secure respect for the and welfare the
admiralty (prize) cases, ty during! existing insurrec
within the limits of a blockaded port, and law, but for the officers who administer it. MR. N. C. DENNETT, General Superintendent tion; nor shall this proclam'atlOp.affect or in

for the trial of confiscation .4I .- of Freedmen, wishes to inform all persons any way impair any laws heretofore passed
when the
cases by Congress and
p IDLENESS AND SECESSION. who be in need ,of Laborers that duly approved by the President -
!1" in may ,
proceedings are rem, against the property, or any proclamation or orders issued
in a district under martial law.where.the One of the surest safeguards against any he has under his supervision a large numberof by him during the aforesaid? insurrection

civil is at all times subordinate to the militarY repetition of the secession game is the engaging able-bodied colored refugees, who wouldbe abolishing slavery, whether of person or property

J the glad of employment. Mr. D. can be ; but, on the contrary, all such laws
power, and as in this case when access ot young men of the South in some seen and proclamations heretofore made
f to the records could not be had, is, we venture useful occupation. It is quite notorious that at his residence on Forsyth Street, corner o fare expressly saved and declared to or be in full

ij to say, an anomaly before unheard of, the secession leaders found most zealous foe Washington. force and virtue. .

L .I and we need only cite the history of a lowers amongst the loafers and idlers, while In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
very UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE. hand and caused the seal of the United
t \ few cases which have been tried by this those who were engaged in useful pursuitscame States to be affixed.
1 The New York Herald, one of the first
}ji Court,to show that their proceeding have into the path very relqctantly. Many, Done at the city of Washington this thirteenth -

+ J been quite as anomalous as the fact of their wealthy men have now become suddenly, papers, since the war, to advocate the doc day of June, in the year:of our Lord .

having been allowed to proceed at all. We I poor, and for the first time, compelled to look trine of universal suffrage as applied to'the' one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five,
in its issue of the 13th modifies its and of the independence of 'the United
1 .t. negroes, ,
: to their exertions for their
do not wish to be understood as casting any own support, and States the eighty-ninth. .
views follows
reflection upon, or as saying anything derogatory their sons must do the same. Their wives : ANDREW JOHNSON.
and sit in "How TO SETTLE THE NEGRO SUFFRAGE By the President :
of the authorities at daughters can no longer idleness. .
Washington,which QUESTION.We would gtye the suffrage at WILLIAM H. SEWARD
Secretary State.
established this Court. We have Economy will necessitate exertion on their four
it on good once to classes of Southern negroes. .. '
authority that the Judiciary Committee of part in household affairs. This change will 1 I ]First, and emphatically, to every negro who THE FREEDHEX'S BUREAU.

be to the of has borne arms in the cause of the UnitedStates
the Senate were, from the first, opposed to galling pride many, but a few
Important Official
'second to who Order bj; the Presi
; every negro owns real .
the establishment of a Court here till after years hence and few will regret the change, third dent.
estate to
; every negro who can read
the rebellion should have been suppressed, when they find how much more real happi and write; and, fourth, to every negro who ADJUTANT WAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT' ,. )

and we know that they refused to approve, ness and contentment there is in being usefully had belonged to any religious organizasionor WASHINGTON, June 7 OFFICE 1865. f[
employed than to live in useless church for five years before the war. These
or act upon, the recommendation of any person idleness.No General Orders No.,,110.-,The following order -
community is as peaceable and points would cover every one that ought to | of the President of the United
for the office of District Attorney, and happy as JI vote, and they would insure in every States, in
negrovoter relation
to transfer
such officer when all are engaged in some occupation and of abandoned'lands, funds
was only appointed by the pre a spirit manhood as well as discipline and property set apart for the use of freed-

rogative-ofthePresident, who, if he had been none sunk so deep in vice and crime as a ; some practical. shrewdness, intellectual men to the Bureau of Refugees, Freedman

f; in possession of all the facts. in relation to the community idlers.THE culture.development It is well, and worth moral the conciousness and and Abandoned Lands, is published for the
i true State of affaire. here, never would have .4I of the President whether something like this n information and guidance EXECUTIVE of all.concerned:

exercised his powers to any such RIGHT SPIRIT. should not be included in the scheme of re- WASHINGTON MANSION: )
purpose. D. C., June 2:1865.: f

/1: i In narrating a history of some of the proceedings Since the surrender of General Johnston, construction. .... Whereas, by an act of Congress, approved

J + { : .of the Court and its officers virtually ending the rebellion, we have heardof March 3, 865, there was established in the
rz we Proclamation of the President Remov. War Department a Bureau
r wont say anything about the Marshal's impertinent nothing that could indicate any desire on ins: State Restrictions on Trade in the'South men and Abandoned Lands Refugees, and: to ,which.
t ;' the part of the people of Florida to prolong ern in accordance with
curiosity:xjoffcerning certain, wo- Whereas,by my proclamation of the 29th the said act' of Congress,
t 'I. man's linnen for' which the struggle or ever renew it. Many, not is committed the s1pervision.and -
General Littlefieldnraa of April, 1865, all restrictions upon internal management
without some grounds for doing so believedthat domestic and commercial of all abandoned lands, and the control
going to put him in irons, only to add ,' intercourse, with of all subjects
relating to
the armies being broken tho dismembered certain exceptions therein specified and refugees and freedmen -
that we believe the woman last ,reputation from rebel States, or from' district of
forth were removed in such ny
t ; 'of being a and parts would still carry on a guerilla parts of the country within the
lady, we therefore presume States of Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina territory embraced in the
that the linnen warfare throughout the Southern operations of the army, under such rules and
was clean, although the country, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and so
rendering it uninhabitable. Sufficient much Louisiana; lies regulations as may be prescribed by the
pertinacity of the Marshal's search might time i as east of the Mississippi head of the bureau

.lead to a. different conclusion. It was one, of has now elapsed for any such disposition to river of national as shall be embraced within th Clines Presideniun;, ,wherca.q, and it approved appears that,by the the

1 the Marshal's first be made manifest. On, the military occupation; and management of abandoned
contrary lands
{ cases, ands zeal was ex nearly whereas, by my proclamation of the 22d of and sub-

cusable. But the confiscation and sale of every rebel soldier eagerly accepted the parole May, 1865, for reasons therein given, it"w a s jects aforesaid relating have to refugees and freedmen, a:
offered them and hastened declared that certain of .been, and still are, by orders
property, when the boundaries arc so to his home ports the United based -
imperfectly on

if he could still be able to claim a place as States which had been previously closed military! ; exigencies, or*legislation
) known as to result in the transfer, of based on previous statutes; partly) 'in the
j such. Few, if any, can be found who are not against foreign .commerce, should, with certain hands of military officers' disconnected :'with
only three-quarters of
a house
; as was done specified exceptions -be
to re-opened to said,bureau and ) :
perfectly willing lay aside the implementsof PartYin charge of officer
atFernandina, is a different affair. So too is such commerce on and after the first day of of,the '
war and travel through the remainder of July next, subject to the laws of the United Treasury Department; ;, it isj therefore;
the confiscation
sale Ordered
of a tract of timberland That all officers
of the..
; Treasury
their days the States and in of such
along peaceful paths of life pursuance regulations
belonging to an orphan girl the r Department military lcera/:and a.lloth-:
upon as might prescribed by: the Secretary of
not only perfectly willing, but 1 ers in the se;vice of the
exceedingly Unitetl.States turn
E mere supposition that it and I ,
: was the property'of the Treasury! ; whereas, am satisfactorily
if 'desirous to, and to conform over tothe authorized officers'of
to all require bureau
rebel. that
a As the dangerous combinations
party purchasing the all abandon3 lands '
*> property ; and probity contemplated -
1i'-- ments. the laws united
of the
against. States
::' immediately made sale of the timber no longer in said act of Congress;
to approved
:; exist within the State of
It has been currently believed that for Tennessee; that
: { the Government, and a good part of it is 'already the:insurrection heretofore existing within eighteen hundred and sixti :1iQe,
\ years after peace had been fully established establishing the Bureau of
a freedmenand -
; ,, Refugees
P i'; removed, we are ,curious to see 'how said State has been suppressed; that within !
;' _,; : bitter hatred would exist on the part of the : the boundaries thereof the of the Abandoned Lands, that may.noW' ;
the authority '
and '
original bonafide owner is to have, be under or within their control will
Southern people towards the Northern United States is undisputed and They '
1 that such 4
peo also "
redress ,unless the turn over to such
Marshal's bondsmen officers 'all funds col-
are officers of the United States
.pIe. Every day we see people of both as have been lected '
Other, sections by.taX or,otherwise for< the benefit of
responsible. cases are known commissioned in the undisturbed
too,. duly are
where .men have remained at their shake hands and mingle together in exercise of their official functions ; refugees or freedmen, or accruing' ':fromabandoned ,

quietly perfect social harmony. This surely does not Now that Andrew
I.,: .homes,.and:never i in any w6Y', aided .or abet- use, and will transfer to tKem all official
indicate any great amount of hatred, yet Johnson President of,the.United,States, records
,+ j tat the rebellion,:and yet .tliwr connected with the adm;} nlstrationlofaffairs
....... propertyhas'been do hereby declare that all restrictions
two months upon
scarcely have elapsed since thewar which said .
pertain bureau.i ,
t. I I confiscated on the ground of its having ; ,internal domestic and coastwise intercourse .
was being most vigorously'prosecute AlfDREW 'JOHNSON..
', -i.' J been used and occupied the agents of the d i, and trade, and upon the removal, products ..Bt.orde of-,the Secretary'of W.ixr. "
E and there :
have been
many drawbacks to- of States heretofore declared in insurrection '
E"i j & D, TOWNSEND,"Asst: Afjt General.

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AMNESTY PROCLAMATION. I 29th day of May, A. D. 1865, and of the independence }.. ;..'.. ..


JOHNSON. On the 27th ult., Sophia, daughter ot Damiano and I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST ;
AMEUICA. Cathrine
By the President. Damiani aged one year and three montbs BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. i j

Whereas,The President of the United State WM. H. SEWARD, Secretary of State. =: Would call the attention of dealers and consumers' .
of December 1863 did with to his large and select assortment of Drugs Patent ,
the 8th day LUMBSLFOR SALE. 150,000 FEET 1 ; :
-- Medicines "
on Fancy Articles,Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
of suppressing the existing rebellion Pine Boards Planks tongued and Stationary, ; "
object &c., &c.,
among which
the be found
Robbery of the rooTed, and may : t :
induce all persons to lay down their&r Virginia Bank Scantling, also Doors, Window Sashes
to Pickets Sulphate Quinine 1
for '
Shingled, &c.
From the
[ Richmond Bulletin. i :
their and ]
to loyalty to
to return restore Apply to HENRY JOHNSON. Castor Oil, f
the authority of the United States, issue A Northern journal recently noted the loss, F.rnandina/Fla.: Cream Tartar, 1 r i,. .'
proclamation offering amnesty! and pardonto by robbery, of a portion of the assets of cer- May 27, 1865. Imo.MRS. Calomel 1.' i.
i tain of the Mais, ,
certain persons who. had directly, or by Virginia banks.It Sulphur, '1
implication, engaged in said rebellion ; and is known that the Bank of Richmond, E. HUDNALL IS NOW PREPAR- Magnesia,to ,J ;. .
Farmers' Bank bf PATENT MEDICINES.
Many [persons who had so the Commonwealth to .
Whereas, engaged Exchange accommodate transient and Townsend'
permanent Sarsaparilla
in the said rebellion have, since the issuance Bank, and bank of Virginia, left Boarders, at reasonable rates Her Table will be sup .Ay r'. Sarsaparilla,, .
of said proclamation, failed neglected Richmond, at the time of the evacuation, in and plied airy with the best the market. affords. Rooms large Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, .

benefits offered and company with what was known Ayer's Ague Cure,
take the thereby; at that date Jacksonville Fla.
to May 20, 1865. 3t. Indian
the Cholagogue, .
Whereas, Many persons who have been as "Government Treasure Train. They Davis' Pain Killer,

justly deprived of all claim to amnesty and accompanied it through many delays and RIDDELL & Radway's Remedies, .

pardon: thereunder, by reason of their participation some rapid marches to Washington, Ga. ; and MURDOCK Fahnestock's Vermifuge, .
one of them the Bank (Agents for Israel R. Worm Candy, .
directly or by implication in said re- of Georgia,we believe Sealy.) South
American Fever and
Angus lUmsdy
bellion, and continued in hostility to the in its subsequent marches and counter-marches WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Brown's Ess. Ginger .; ,

government of the United States since the to Augusta and back to Washington and Winslow'a Soothing Syrup, I'. .

date of said proclamation, now desire to apply Abbeville, S. C., and again Washington.. ALES, AND WINES, Hyatt's Velpean's Life Balsam Remedy, t .

for and obtain amnesty and pardon. At and near Washington, the treasure train Imported Mustang Liniment, .

'To the end, therefore, that the authority of was dissipated, the cavalry which escorted and Domestic Liquors of Roger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, _

the Government of the United States may be Mr. Davis to that point having received a all Kinds and Qualities.No. McMunn'a British Elixer Oil, ,

restored, and that peace, order and mremained certain each in specie. The banks Merchants Row Hilton Head, S. C. Bateman's Drops, 4c., fc*.

may be established, I, Andrew Johnson, there, having their safety guaranteed June 10,1865. tf. Photograph Albums,

sident of the United States, do proclaim and I by the military authorities, until a few Backgammon Blank Books.Boards, .

declare, that I h&reby grant to all persons weeks ago, when they determined to encoun- i Wallets -

who have directly or indirectly participatedin ter the dangers and difficulties of the home-I LETTER LIST, Mirrors, ,

the existing rebellion, except as hereafter I ward journey. Though aware of the impor- ---=::::::::.= Hair, Tooth. Cloth, Shaving
excepted, amnesty and pardon, with restora- i tance of rapid movement, (Georgia being en- : OF LETTERS and Whisk Brushes, fe., .. "1.
tion of all rights of property, except as to titled to a share of our outlawry note of yes- LlS'r Post Office in Lubin's Extracts, ETC. f .

except in cases where legal proceedlaves terday,) most of them were unable to get 30th 1865 : Jacksonville Florida, June Night Blooming Cerens,

ings under the laws of the United States,providing across the Savannah River before nightfall, GRXTLEMEJfSA. L'tST. Fancy Extracts,

for the confiscation of property of per- and with the exception of the bank of Rich- Colognes,

sons engaged; in rebellion have been instituted mond, camped on the Georgia side some Armstrong, George 2 I Johnson William J. Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, Hair Oils,Scaps. .. ,

but on the conditions nevertheless, that twenty miles from Washington. In this Aderdeen,James Johnson Robert Sterling's Ambrosia, Kendall's Ambolius, te.,*.. 4
such shall take and subscribe to position they were attacked about Arerte, Samuel Joey, Wm.J. CANDIES.
every Allen JamesAuchenstine Gum
I L. Drops, Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Pepperoiat
the following oath, which shall be registered by a band of robbers, estimated at from thir- Charles Lewis, Stephen C. Drops,Lozenges, ke., Jte. .
for permanent preservation; and shall be ofhe ty to forty, and being without escort, were Abra, Valentine Lavoy Joseph STATIONERY.

tenor and effect following, to wit : plundered of from two to three thousand dollars Anders, Geo. W.. Lovell Lee, JacobB. William Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper,

I do solemnly swear or affirm in presenceof in specie. The Bank of Richmond being Brown U. II. / M. A. White and Yellow Envelopes,

.Almighty i God,that I will henceforth faithfully better equipped, had fortunately crossed the Braam, Boston Moore, Jonathan 3 Pens, Ink and Inkstands,Playing Cards, u. .
I river and Bours, J.H. H. Miller,Bard CUTLERY.
defend the Constitution of the United camping some miles on the other

States and the Union of the States thereunder aide, escaped.We Brady Bcreudt., John Miles Miller Mason,,LewisBackman John Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, and Seiners. .

and that I will in like manner abide by are glad to learn that several of the T. E. Miller, 6 eo. )I. TOBACCO.

and faithfully support all laws and proclamations robbers have been taken and some one hun- Barrett, F. C.. Mayo, Henry Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet z

which have been made during the existing dred and twenty thousand dollars of the Brown Beardan,J.,James B. Mathews Martin, Edwin, Grandison 2 KiUickinick, Shanghai,bacco.and Anderson's Smtklif T.- ." s'

rebellion with reference to the emancipation money recovered. The officers of the differ- I Bibrret, Samuel Myers, Corp. J. W. Cigars of the best brands. ;,

of slaves. So help me God. ent banks hope to recover the whole, and .I Bryan, P. F. Moran, Peter PIPES. e I k
will doubtless Brouard, John I N. .
The following classes of persons are excep- use every effort. Bowden Thomas Norris, Henry Merachaum, I.
ted from the benefits of this proclamation. The Bank of Richmond has returned to the Blount, Wm. B. Imitation Merscbanm,

1. All who are or have been pretended civil city. The rest are still in South Carolina Brinson, J. H. Omburg, John Brierwood, Rosewood,Applewood, Clay, JU. ..
awaiting the result of the efforts C. Otis, Wm Diamond and Safety Matches. .
or diplomatic officers or otherwise domesticor to recover .H.P.
Crabbe Wm. H. .
foreign agents of the pietended Confederate their losses, and seeking safe transit for their Corum, James Pierce, Charles C Brandy -
remaining valuables.But Counter Palmer
States. Peter ThomaaCarpenter Sherry Wine,
2. All who left Judicial stations under the for the additional expenses, it might Center Samuel Parker, E. W. 2 Port Wine,
Geo. Yulee Pearson P. G.
United States to aid the rebellion. have been better for these institutions to have Chandler, Robert R. Holland Gin,

3. All who have been military or naval taken the route by Augusta, Savannah, Hilton Callahan, J. J. Roff. Simon E. Whiskey,
Head &c. Clark, Geo. E. Rache,Dr. Alexander Blackberry Brandy, .
to Richmond
officers of the pretended Confederate government as they could Lemon Syrup, "
Cook, Alexander Robinson .
Dr. J. B. 2
above the rank Colonel in the army, or not await the repairs of the Southern Rail- Ruefly Albert Vanilla Syrup .

Lieutenant in the navy. roads. Couklin'Plattn.-.. -Ra.rrtrnn-------, Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrsp.. '
DouglasIN. H. Robinson, Mr. PAINTS, OILS. ETC.
4. All who left their seats in the Congrassof -- -- ,
Bunham;Benjamin S. WhiULead, '
the United States to aid in the rebellion. [Fox THE FLORIDA UNION.j Darley, Thomas 2 Smith John I Chrome Green, : .
All who resigned or tendered the resignation FERNANDINA Dennison. F. T. 2" Smith, C. F. Chrome Yellow, '. .
ol their commissions in the Army and FLA., June 29th, 1865. Daly, B. B. Smalls, Sharper Prussian Blue, -, ., #
Mr.' Editor :-We have Dunbar, C. R. Smith, Syross Red and Black Paints ,
States eAade their passed
Navy of the United to duty through the
DeCausey,C. B. 2 Staynor, S.K. Linseed Oil. B.nsIne, .
in resisting the rebellion. rebellion,put down all the Confederate armies Delk, JimDowns Storenton, John Plaster Paris,Waiting, &e.,'At.
in in J. M. Smith, Charley Window Shade. .
6. All who have engaged any way and '
otherwise than lawfully were looking forward hopefully, to the Dolph, John A. 2 Scott, Thomas 2 Liquid Blue, .
treating as prison- time when Florida would Davis C. H. Snowball, J. C. Petroleum, I
ers.of war persons found in the United States assume Civil Government E. Smith, Daniel H. Congress Water, 1I t

service as officers, soldiers, seamen or in other when to our great gratification a Eubanks, W. H. Smith,J. G. .. Seidlitz Powders, .
Elliott.John Snipe, Robert Citrate Magnesia, .
capacities. political organization was set on foot which. English William Standford, Wm. H. :Extract for making Root Bier, Jce., 4:..,
7. All persons who have been or are absentees is to set the State machine a '" F. Semis, Dick June 19--if
from the United States for the purposes runnin; as Sam Francis, Paul Solari AntonioFa'rbanks
Slick said, without foreign aid. It is k Hickman Sanderson, Col. J. P. -T : S
of the rebellion. the OFFICE
aiding Friable, Rev. G. R. Shad, John :ASST. SPECIAL AGENT TREASURY
8. All military or naval officers in the re- Union League, wound up by Mr. Harrison Freeman, E. T. DEPT. 5th SPECIAL AGENCY

bel service who were educated by the Gov- Reed, by whose facile hand Florida is G. Taylor, Ske 2 ,
ernment in the Military Academy at West to be Glover, John Taylor, Ephraim JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 22, 1865.
done for. Green, Flanders Tuley,Thomas
Point or at the United States Naval Acade- Of our league, we have the Green, Tillman Turknette, G. A. Until further notice, all persons receiving
my. following offi- Gillan, W. J. U. I merchandise at this.Port will before
the offices cers : Good, Col. T. H. Udall, Sanford removing -
9. All who held pretended
persons Gerry, J. O. S. V. the same from on board the vessel
of the Government of the States in in- Major Alfred Sears, PresidentJ. GalUon, Daniel G. Vogt, Charlie S. I. it submit the invoice bringing ,
surrection against the United States. ..Donally Secreta Gould, Francis J. Vaughn, Thomas T. of such merchandiseto
10. All persons who left their homes within rJ. Guiles,JohnGreenough W. me for examination and approval.
II. Reed Wigton, Wm. 4 .
Corresponding GeorgeH. "
Secretary.You .
jurisdiction and protection of the Uni- Wilson, Paul R. OTTMAN,
ted States, and passed beyond the Federal have one of these pet institutions in Heawood,Richard Walker, John P. Asst. Special Agt.

military lines into the so-called Confederate Jacksonville, I am told but Hippie, James [Walker, Henry Treasury Dep.U
every County in
Hudson, J. J. Ward, Stendell June 24th-tf.
States for the purpose of aiding the rebellion. Florida is to be embraced, thus making the Hunter, J. T. Walker, Wm. S'S
11. All persons who have: engaged in,the Hethman, Joseph 2 Walker, Wm.
safe "now and forever. DIBBLE 7
destruction of the commerce of the ,United. Hall, Lafayette Wright, Lonzo ,
< Harson, Chas. Wheeler, Milan Commissions Merchant, \
States upon the high ;seas, and dill'Ins Harvey Solomon Williams, EnochYourdjJohn ; JACKSONVILLE' :
who have made raids into the United States, TTKADQUARTERS: Huett, WesleyJ. Y I Fia.
from Canada been in destroyingthe DISTRICT OF : Produce purchased or advances in Cash or supplies.
or engaged the'l JLJL FLORIDA, FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE, Johnson, J. B. \........ .......... .... ..., made an consignments, to C. B. Dibble,Haw York. '
commerce ot the United States on JACKSONVILLE
FLA., June 30, 1865. .
l lakes and rivers that separate the British pro- GEXKKAL OKDKBS\ LADIES LIST. TOBACCO AND: SEGARS FOR SALE
\ L.
Minces from States. No. 29. ) .brand Navy Tobacco, 8O
the United eta per lib.
Andrews Mrs. Dianna Lash
Miss Ophili*
12. All persons who, at'a time when they I. Tuesday the 4th of July, being the 89thanniversary Anderson Miss Teanerau Lee; Miss Lizzy Fane 75000 cut Segars chewing from:Tobacco twenty-three;at $6.50.to .

seek to obtain the benefits hereof by ..takingthe of the Independence of the Uni- Annar, Miss Rose 2 M. thousand, on Bay Street second door fifty from dollars the. Chief per
ted States will be observed I. B. Manord, Sarah F.. Office.
oath herein prescribed are in military, throughout this Brown, Mrs. George Mickler, Mrs. Jacob Quartermaster's

naval or civil confinement. or custody, or under command. as a, holiday. All labor, except Bowen, Mrs.P. A. .l Maxey.,.Mrs. T. H. : June 2th2tp.MEDICAL J. A.:itOB 80N.c .
bond of the military or naval authorities the neccessary police and guard duty, will be Beruel, Mr*.Ann N.
or of United States as. prisoners suspended.II. Braddock, Miss Margeret Nomsend, Mrs. NOTICE. DR.E. 8.ALDRICH,
agents the ;; Benjamin, Mrs..Catrew 2 ,. O. and Surgeon, lat of San Francisco -
f any kind, cither before or after their ,con Post Commanders. cause their commands Bowen, Miss Martha;'" OrbttsMiss'AddiMIloaton : : California,may be consulted at his office at Mrs. Hud-
viction. to be paraded: under arms.at.8 o' JQck, ,.'Miss Percfllax f'.. 'H. J'- -,_P.,. .... nail's Mantion House, or at the Drug Store of Mr. J. .

!3. All persons who have voluntarily participated A. bi., and National Salufe'to' #e tiraT.. at Bow-.. 'n_.. )dtss..... I4forty',''',, I t_*.Jp ir*" Wen'* Amelia \ ,. I Jones ,
.C.., ... .... lIe" Delta"AnilCaldweIIy : June 24th--tf.
12 o'clock M. i. 4. ..
.. .
in said rebellion estimated value '!' 7 : ;o -.
: 1h rt : [Papall, Miss Susan f
-. of ,By order of Brig.-Gen.J.VOGDE8: <\ I';" ... 'w .' v"j.. D. .1JP8O.. .
whose taxable property is over $20,000: met Mrs.Fatmy.. .'Putnam,... ,Uissficnder ;'*
[Official.t :4 .
Eo.'W.iv P'B '
14. All taken the" oath Dpnrn' 'Crock@tt3irs.'Dr.lPatts... ;__ ,'. cJ SUR EON. DENTIS :
have *
persons who J' 4 :i''dot.(Asstiildjt.4en; SM: ;-,**, ;'Tirifij ; '." Robinson, Mrs./Margaret "s.
<>amnesty, as-prescribed in the :President ,. \(1 r.f'.. :aI'i' ...1'4)l..z..: ..":' f,)rlo" f Cnman4, the" :' ... ... #0 !. '. ', : -*'Pennsylvania College: Dental Surgery '
.1863 Ctock/MtasSusan s.
proclamation of December 8th, ; or "' !J fr ', 1. ::, "
_, GEo
,l? ., G .:PECK, -* f .., ,D. Signal, Miss Eliza and five. years practice. :-
oath of United States since : 't j .. .. '
allegiance to the: .' : A : \0 ., -",. : Dean, Miss Maggie Siles,'Mrs. Eliza Jun62th-l ptt.
date of said. and,who half GQufchinaker. and-,Jeweller, :. t
,"JJ proclamation, M : Davison,. Mrs. B. Self Mrs. Eliza !
not, thenceforward kept the same inviolate: t A$. CONSTAOTLYJN HAND AND Dawsey, Miss' Sophia Sandor, Miss Mather O ADDLERY. AND HARNESS IN NEW. ,
Provided that special application,; t may;; be H'. 'for sale,hold,and Silver Watches and,Jewelry. Delbeary, Miss Dinah 3 Skinner, Miss Minerva O YORK. Aa Saddles, Bridles! Harness, &c., ran .
,made 'Also;,.a:good: assortment of Spectacles, :Stationery F. Scruggins; Mrs.Charles now be sniped to any of\I the Por s ,of the Southern '
to the President pai)0bttby) tiny P.er1'80n ,0ombs Brushes: ; Perfumery,Toilet Soap Tooth Brush-, Foster,:Miss Maria Sines' Pattie States open for trade, we would say that we may still
belonging to the''.excepted .classes,' anduch tea; Cntiery.IncJadlnj.some ,of those celebrated Wade Fletcher, Mrs. Sarah T. be found at our old stand No., 27 Chambers Street, +
, clemency l wiUbe 'extended :i&.Jiiaybcconsistent &Batcher Bazors, Razor Straps, Shaving .Brashes and II. Taylor, :Miss Martha J. New York, ready to greet our old mends and as many-
thS' .Caps, Pocket Looking Glasses, Pocket Books and Haywood, :MisaRody2 Thomas,Miss Alice. new ones as please to give us a call, andsshow thema
with the facts of the Case41 Q
Harrison Mrs. Winney
:Memorandums, Photograps Albums, holding from W. complete assortment of Goods in our line, particularly -
and'dignity of the:United States.. The twelve to one hundred pictures, Violin, Banjo anJ J. Williams;Mary J. suited to the SOOTHEBH TRADE of our own well
rules and TO- Jones, Miss Hannah I Williams Miss Mary known manufacture.which'we will dispose of on the :
ty 6f State will establish Guitar Strings, Tape Measures,from three {o one hundred Johnson, Miss Marls Williams Miss 1,
TeenerK most favorable
'jecordtag feet, Meerschaum Pipes and Segar Holders, .Rubber S r
?via for administering :and. Wallace Mrs.
the Stems, Crochet Needles,Silver Thimbles, &c., Ac. Catharine MEEKEB, &Co. :
its'betq : M;; ;
tid Kinser, Miss Diana .
l1C8ty.Cath; ,so as to insure We have just received a fine,assortment of Gold and Waxer; Successors' to 8PBOULL8., MEEKER:&Co. rt
he people and guard the Govern- Silver Cane Heads,'and a lot. of those fine :Howard King, Mrs. Dilsey Ann Wilson Mrs. Melia lay3d, 1865. 3m. '
Miss Emeline- Welker Mrs.
dent Watches, which give such splendid satisfaction. Anna 1
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JnY hantfrand: caused'the sealof the,; Unaffixed. i- will receive prompt and careful attention ,Remember a- Persons calling for any.of the above will please Sale, In quantities to suit purchaser,by .
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J ". and of sufficient number to,per- wise appropriated, the sum of twenty-fivp thousancl.
/4 the daily papers of said city,and shall keep and tons burden each, said dollars. .
J .. or more of : annum between ports,
1 [OFFICIAL.] twelve round trips per
of fifty form .
j t the same open until twenty thousand'shares 1 lowest responsible bidder for Approved, February 23,1865.CHAPTER.
f the
.' Laws: 'of the United States, dollars a share each shall have been subscribed ; and and to contract with of not more than ten years, to .
Bald service for a term
of lawful age, and a citizen of the, United first steamship ot the proposed XLVI.
PISSED AT TBB SECOND SESSION OF THE any States person, shall be permitted to subscribe upon paying flvfl commence from the day from the the port of San Francisco An Act to provide for the payment of the Value of cer-

:, THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. dollars on each share at the time of subscribing. And line shall depart Provided, That no bId shall tain Lands and Improvements of private Citizens,
it shall he lawful for the said.,corporation to have a wIth the mails for China : amount to more than five appropriated by the United States for Indian Reservations

Ii i CHAPTER XXIV. common seal, sue and be sued,plead and be impleaded be considered which shall round trips per annum, in the Territory of Washington. :: aBa
,i An Act to amend the Charter of the "Washington Gaa- and have and excerciso all the rights, privileges, thousand dollars for the citizen or citizens of the it enacted by the Senate and House of? Reprtsenlitites
'. Light Company." and immunities for the purpose of the corporation nor unless the same is from a by an offer of good of? the United States of America in Congrtff sustmllcJ,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives hereby created. United sufficient States and accompanied also citizens of the United that the sum of eighteen thousand six htu.dredjihd
I. of the Unitel:State of America in Congr&s assembled, SKC.": 2. And be it further enacted, That the affairs of the and sureties ( of such contract. eleven dollars and sixty-two cents, or so mac.h thereof
nine dii ectors, to be States) for the faithful performance be is hereby appropriated, out of
That BO much-of the acts of June twenty-five, eighteen company shall be managed by enacted That any contract as may necessary,
hundred ballot on the second Monday of SEC. 2. And be further the in the treasury not otherwise aPP'u'Opriatedfor
hundred and sixty, and July eleven, ,eighteen elected annually by General may execute, under any money
furnishedby liy their legally emp wered: which the Postmaster the of paying for the lands and jhnprov;
and sixty-twe, as relate to the price pf gas July by the stockholders or into effect on or before purpose
the "Washington Gas.Light Company," be, and the agents : and each share of stock shall entitle the holder authority of this act, shall go thousand eight hundred ments of private citizens, taken and appropriated, by
I hereby, repealed; and the act incorporating thereof to one vote ; the election to be held at the office the first day January, one in addition to the usual order of the Department ofthe Interior, .or:.rndl&n reservations
same are shall
) : of the stockhol and sixty-seven, and and uses in the Territory of Washington
... the "Washington Gas-Light Company" is hereby so of the company at a general meeting mail steamship contracts, provide ;
;' amended alto prohibit the said company from recaiv- ders convened for that purpose by ten days' public stipulations of ocean for the service shall be and the claims herein provided to be paid'siall be allowed
:" eighteen the of the city of that the s'eamships accepted | and in such manner and upon such proof
and after the first day of December, notice in two or more of daily papers material and after approved paid
; ing, on stockhol- the first election for directors constructed of the best of the as shall be prescribed by
hundred and sixty-foar, for the benefit of its Washington : Provided, That I. Improvements adapted toseagoing of the value property
ders a greater price for gas than forty! cents per hundred shall be held pursuant to ten days' notice given model, with all the modern of the first class, and shall be the Secretary of the Interior. ;

,cubic feet, subject to a discount often per centu in one or more of the daily pauers ofth'e city of Washington steamships by an experienced na- Approved, February 23, 1865.
this to and survey
of inspection
for furnished to the general government by the persons named in the first section subject by the
all bills gas for that purpose
fon detailed
and five centum on all bille for gas famished to act, or any five of them, who shall designate t e time val constructor, to be shall be made to CHAPTER XLVII.
per report
the said election shall be held ; Secretary of the Navy whose facilitate the Collection of certain Debts due
other consumers, if paid at the office of company when and the place.where That the government of the An Act to ;
thereof. shall then and there elect nine the Postmaster General. the United States.
within seven days from the and the stockholders entitled to have transported,
Approved January 30, 1865. directors to serve until the next ensuing election as United'States shall be steamer, a mail- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
provided for in this act. And at the first ensuing meet- free of expense, on each and every the mail-matter, ofthe United States of America in Congress assembled -

CUAPTEB xxv. Ins .the.directors after every election, they shall appoint agent, to take charge accommodation of and arrange for that purpose shall I That in all cases where debts are; due from

1 .1nAct to amend an Act entitled "An Act to incorporate one of their number as president, who, together to whom suitable of failure from any cause to postmasters, mail contractors, or other officers, agents,
the Metropolitan Railroad Company, in with themselves, shall hold office until the next ensu- be assigned. That in case stipulatedfor or employees of the Postoffice Department, jho are hi
monthly voyages
the District of Columbia approved July ing election as herein provided for ; and five membersof perform any of the regular rata deduction shall be'made default or delinquency, a warrant of attachment may

first, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. said board shall compose a quorum. And in case in the contract, a pro account of such omitted voyage issue against all property, real and personal, posses-

Be it enacted by the Senate and HUUKC of Representatives that an election for directors should not be made when from the compensation That suitable on fines and penalties may sions, and rights legal, equitable, and contingent,belonging -
assembled, should have been made, the or voyages. officer and his sureties, or either of
jf the United States of America in Congress pursuant to this act it and irregularities in the performance to such
for delays
and it be imposed
to incorporate the shall not be dissolved ; oases :
That section seventeen of the act company for that cause that the postmaster general shall them, in the following
Metropolitan Railroad Company, of the District of Columbia shall lawful within forty days thereafter, to hold of the serviceand the contract at any timein First. When any such officer, agent, employee,
approved July first, eighteen hundred and and make an election for directors in such manner as have the power to determine assigned to any other and his sureties, or either of them, has,Vithin the
underlet or
f" .sixty-four be, and the same is hereby, amended so as the by-laws of the company may prescribe, and the case of its being meaning of the act of July seventeen, eighteen hun

J .{ to extend the time for'the completion of their railroad president and directors for the time being shall be con party.Approved. dred and sixty-two, chapter one hundred and ninety-
line except that part thereof between Seventeenth tinued in office, nntil such election take place. And in February 17,1865.CHAPTER five, and the proclamation of the President in pursuance .

l' Street.and, the Capitol, for one ;year from the passage of the event of the death, resignation, or removal of any xxxvm. thereof; dated the twenty-fifth day of July, eigh-

< this act : Provided, however, That the line from Seven- director from office, his pi ice for the remainder of his to Act approved July fourteen teen hundred and sixty-two, participated ia, aided,
teenth Street and the Capital be completed, equipped, term may he filled by the president and directors for An Act Supplementary hundred an and sixty-two, entitled "An abetted, or countenanced any rebellion against the i

and running, within thirty days from the passage of the time being, in such manner as the the by-laws may .eighteen certain Post Roads." United States. '
f ... prescribe. Act to establish Second. When such officer, agent, or employee! and
this act. House of
Approved, January 30, 1865. SKC. 3. And 1)t it further enact, That the president and Be it enacted by the Senate America and in Congress assembled, his sureties, or either of them, is a non-resident of the
Jf United States of
'I. I directors shall have power to appoint a secretary and the July fourteen, eighteen district where such officer was appointed, or baa departed -
CHAPTER xxvi. such other officers, agents,: and clerks as may to them That the act Congress approved entitled "An act to estab- from such district for the purpose of residing

An Act to amend the Act entitled "An Act to amend appear proper, to fix compensation and pay the hundred and sixty-two roads" shall, be, and the same is permanently out of such district, or of defraud ng the
1 of the Franklin Insurance lish certain post or of avoiding the service of civil pro-
I and extend the Charter same. authorize the Louisville and United States,
f Company," approved second March, SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the capital hereby, so amended as to and the Jeffersonville .

h. eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. stock shall be called in, and paid in such instalments Nashville Railroad Company stockholders, in the Louisville cess.Third.. When such officer or his sureties, or either of

Be it enacted by the Senate and Hvusc of Itcpresentafiresef and proportions, and at such times and place, as thepresident Railroad Company ( railroad bridge over them, has conveyed away or is about to convey away
( I the Untied States of America in Congress assembled, and directors for the time being may require Bridge Company at)the to head 01 the a falls of the Ohio, sub- his property, or any part thereof, or has removed or is
That the act to amend and extend the charter of the I and designate, who shall give fifteen days'poticethereof the Ohio River of said act : Provided, That about to remove his property, or any part thereof, from
Franklin Insurance Company,passed on the second! I in two or more daily papers of the city of Washing-: ject to all the provisions constructed at a height not less the district wherein the same is situated with intent to

day of March, eighteen hundred and thirty eght, be, incton. And if any stockholder, subscriber, their the said bridge may be low-water mark, and with defraud the United States. And where such removal
t and continued in shall refuse or neglect to pay than fifty-six feet above of the warrant be
and the same is hereby extended assignee or transferee, the largest boats navigating has taken place, certified copied may
force for the period of twenty years, from the ninth such proportion or installment, at the time and place three draws, sufficient to pass the Indiana chute, one sent to the marshal of any other district into which

-day of April, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, the t.me appointed, such stockholder, subscriber, transferee, or the Ohio River; one over the canal : Provided such property may have been removed, under; which
4 1 I at which each amendatory act expired ; and that all assignee shall, at the option of the president and direc- over the middle chute, and said one bride over shall not be less which certified copies it shall be lawful for

proceedings had by the said Franklin Insurance Com- tors, forfeit to the use of the company all his, her, or That the spans of over the Indiana such marshal to seize such property and convey It to
I pany, and all legal rights accrued or acquired, and all their right, title, and interest in and to every share on than two hundred and chute forty and the, except canal; said bridge some convenient point within the jurisdiction} of the
legal obligations entered into by said company between which such instalment has not been duly made ; and and middle of hundred and court from which the warrant originally issued. Alias
with draws one
hundred and fifty-eight, be opened for the same, in shall! be constructed due awl the vali-
the ninth day of April,eighteen fresh suhscriptions may each side of the pivot pier over the Indi- warrants may issue upon application,
and the date of this act be, and the same are hereby, such manner as the by-laws may prescribe, or the president fifty feet wide on chutes and ninety feet wide over the iity of the warrant first issued shall continuo until the
middle ,
r made valid for all legal purposes and directors may, at their option, commence ana and further That said bridge and return day thereof. ;
SEC. 2. And te it fart her enacted, That the Franklin suit for the same and recover against the holder of said canal : And provided constructed ,as not to interrupt the SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That application
Insurance Company are hereby authorized to increase stock for the amount of the instalment or proportion so draws shall be so for such warrant may be made by any district attorney

their capital stock to an amount not exceeding two u- paid: Provided, That no stockholder or subscriber navigation,: of the Ohio River.enacted That the jr assistant district attorney or any other;. person authorized
hundred and fifty thousand dollars. shall be permitted to vote at any election for directors, SEC. 2. And be it further be ; by the Postmaster General before any
of this act shall law
30. 1865. speci 1 meeting of the company.on erected under the provisions a his absence before clerk' ol,
Approved, January or at any general and known udge, or, in any any
1 and shall be recognized as a
.s\ whose shares any instalments or arrearages may be3ue ul! structure, court; of the United States having original jurisdic-
II ,: CHAPfER xxncd'i more than fifteen days previous thereto post route. ion of the cause of action. Such application shall bev.'xla

j t.. An Act for the Relief certain friendly Indians of th('. SEC. 5.: And be farther enacted, That the Presiden Approved, February 17, 1865. upon an affidavit oi It the applicant, or' some' other

t I 'P'. Sioux Nation, in Minnesota. and Directors for the time being shall have power to credible person, stating the existence of either of the
:,. WHEREAS certain Indians of the Sioux nation did, ordain, establish, and put in execution such rules, r(- CHAPTER xxxix. grounds of attachment enumerated in the first sectionof
a the Ohio River ai
4 daring the outbreak in Minnesota in eighteen hundrci gnlations, ordinances, and by-laws as they may deer An Act to establish a Bridge Ohio across Post Road. this act, and upon production of legal evidence of
end sixty-two, at the risk of their lives, aid in savin, essential for the well government of the institution, not Cincinnati, a the debt. Upon such application, and upon due orderof
t many white men, women, and children from bein: I contrary to the laws and Constitution of the Unite{ Be it enacted by the Senate and House in of Repruenlative3of any judge of the court, or in the absence of any
America assembled
_ massacred,and, in consequence of such action, wer i States, or of his act, and generally to do and perforn the Uniled States of Congress ,, judge without such order,-the clerk shall issue a war-
f the Ohio River at Cincinnati ir
: compelled to abandon their homes and property, and all acts, matters, and things which a corporation mayor ; That the bridge across rant for the attachment of all the property of any kind
of Ohio and at Covington in the State of
are now entirely destitute of the xneausj of support : can lawfu'-ly: do. the State belonging to the party or parties specified in the
I enacted That the Presiden Kentucky, is hereby declared to be, when completed,,,
Therefore, SEC. 6. And be it further affidavit, which warrant shall be executed: with all
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rt-prcsentati't, and Directors are hereby empowered and fully authorized ]- in accordance with the laws of the States of Ohio and possible despatch by the marshal, who shall take the
and for the
lawful structure
of the United State of America in congress a.'f:t:11flt1J, on behalf of the company, to make insurance Kentucky, a property attached, if personal, into his custody, and
That the President of the United States 1 e, and h, against: losses' by fire on any house, building, tenement, conveyance of the mails of the United States. hold the same subject to all interlocutory or final orders -

a t hereby is, authorized and requested to cause an ex- manufactories!, mills, or other buildings; on goods, Approved, February 17, 1865. of the court.

animation to be made in relation to all the facts pertaining wares, chattels, and effects of all kinds therein, or -- SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That.the party or
1 to the action of the said Indians, and to mak o herwise; upon grain, produce, and implements, and CHAPTER XLI. parties whose property is attached may, 'at any time
such provision for their welfare as their necessities am upon vessels building on the stocks, in port or at moor An Act authorising the President to appoint a Second within twenty days before the return day of the warrant -

future protection may require.SEC. ings; and, generally, upon all and every sort and des Assistant Secretary of War. on giving to the district attorney notice of his intention -
2. And be further enacted, That, for the purpose cription of property, of whatever kind soever, on lam Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rees ntativet file a plea in abatement, traversing the alle-
of carrying out the provisions of this act, the sup; or water; and to make, execute, perfect, and conclude of tAe United States of America in Congress assembled, gations of the affidavit, or denying the 'ownership of

of seven thousand five hundred dollars be, and th so many contracts, bargains, agreements, policies,and, That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized to the property attached in the defendants, or either of .
out of in tin instruments the nature ofthe case shall or I appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the
,.same hereby, appropriated, any money other may] them, in which case the court may, upon.application
treasury not otherwise appropriated ; one third of said require; and all such instruments, bargains, contracts, ;: Senate, for the term of one year from the passage 01 of either party,order an immediate trial by jury of the ;
for the benefit of Am. shall be in print in this act,an officer in the War Department, to be called '
'i sum to be paid and expended p*- policies, or agreements or writing, issues raised by the affidavit and plea. Bat the parties
: ; tu-to-ke cha, or John Other-day, and the remainder for and shall be signed by the president and secretary, or: ''I. the Second Assistant Secretary of War, whose salary may, by consent, waive a trial by jury, in which case
'A the benefit of such other Indians as.shall. appear spe such other persons as the managers may appoint for: shall be three thousand dollars per annum, payable in the court shall decide the issues raised by the a-t davit
!,', \ cially entitled thereto, for their friendly, extraordinary such purpose, and shall! be under the seal of the company the same manner as that of the Secretary of War, who and plea. Any party claiming ownership ,of the property
and gallant'services in rescuing white settlers fron : Provided! That said president and directors, shall perform all such duties in the office of the Secre- attached and a specific return of the same shall :

.; e ,massacre in'Minnesota; Provided, That not more than may, at their option and discretion, make insurance tary of War belonging to that Department, as shall be be confined to the remedy afforded by* this act-but his
t, the.com of five hundred dollars shall be expended for: on such terms and conditions as to them may appear prescribed by the Secretary of War, or as may be required right to an action of trespass or other action for dama-

11 anyone Indian, except the chief above mentioned ; equitable, reserving the premiums, or appropriating by law.Approved ges shall not be impaired hereby.

f and that the Secretary of the .Interior shall report to and returning such portions thereof to the insured as February_20_,_1865._ SEC.4. And be it further enacted, That when the ;
1-t the next congress the names of the Indians for whose may to them appear conducive to the interest of the a property attached shall be sold on any interlocutoryorder .
benefit; the same ahall be expended, and the amount company and the insured, in such manner and on such CHAPTER XLTI. of the court, or when it shall be producing any
to them just and An Act to enlarge the Port of Entry and Delivery for '
--expended for each. conditions as may appear proper. revenue, the money arising from such aila or revenue
Aprpoved, February 9, I8 5. SEC. 7. And be it further enacted That the president the District of Philadelphia. shall be invested in securities of the United ;States:under -
and directors shall, on the third Monday in June of Be it enacted by the Senate and Houte of Representatives the order of the court, and all accretions shall beheld

CBAPTKBXXX.An each and every.year, divide so much of the profits or; of the United States of America in Congress assembled, subject to the order the court. :.
; Act to extend to certain Persons in the Employ of; said company as to them:. may appear 'advisable, first That the port of entry and delivery for the district ol $xt 6. And be it further enacted, That immediately
_w t t the Government, the Benefits of the A J'lnwlor deducting all expenses, and pay the same to the respective Philadelphia shall be bounded on the river Delawareby upon the execution of the warrant of attachment
ii the Insane in the District of Columbia, stockholders or their agents, duly empowered,,, Frankfort Creek, on the north, and Broad Street,on marshal shall cause due publication of auch".ttach-

'\ Be it enacted }y,the.Senate and! Hour of Representative: in ten days thereafter:' but the money received as pre the south. ment to be made, in the case of absconding [debtors or
jr i" I I """CM United State of America ,Congress assembled, miums upon risks which remain outstanding and tin SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That all acts or parts adherents of the rebellion,-for two months, and in case
1. That doling tbq continuance,of:the.rebellion, civilian determined at the time of declaring such dividend,, of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act be, of non-residents for four lmo ths. Such publication
4. ;, emPtoYedinthe service of. the United States in thequartermaster's shall not then be considered as part of theprofitsandif and the same are hereby, repealed. ahaflbe made in some newspaper newspaper within -
I -- department: and subsistence depart- the capital stock paid in shall be lessened by, losses, Approved, February, 1865.Ce I the district where the property'attached situated

f 'meat of the army, who maybe*or may,.hereafter be- no subsequent dividend shall be made or declared until and the details of such publication shall be regulatedIn
come insane while in arch employment shall b on the order ot the Secretary.of-War the name to the capital stock. An Act to.repeal an Act entitled "Ah Act'to remove ,issued. '

t .Aflpcrtona belonging to th i army ,and nary,- to'the SEO. 8. And be it fnrthcr enacted, That the stock oi the.United States Arsenal from"the City of Saint B=c. 6. And be it further enacted, That after-(be first
..jfeeaeftte of the aisylum for the insane Ja ihepitrict' of said company shall be transferred on the books of the Louis, and to provide for the Sale of Lands,on which publication of such notice of attachment: in i-afl tie
Columbia, as provided in inch other C sei:by $he ottrth company:in-such manner' only as the by-laws of the the same is located. newspapers required by this ;or ,any subsequent at.
,'.*ectton of the Act to.oiQanixeinstitution ;{or: the company shall direct., Be it enacted by the Senate and Howe of JKtpretenUttivetofthe every person indebted the ..ddendanltw'ettherot:

.' yaasane.Ofthe army and navy, and of .'the District of Sic. 9. And be further enaca3, That nothing.in this United States of America- in Congress assembled, them,and having knowledge*, of,such 'notice, whose ,
"Columbia in the said District,"' approved March third, act shall be construed as making it perpetual, but congress That the act entitled "An Act to remove the United is liable to attachment/and every person tar-
: eighteen hundred and fifto-five. may at any time alter, amend, or appeal the States arsenal from' the city of,8&1Dt.Louia, and to provide Lug possession of any property belonging/ to-> -such derendanto.'or -
ti, r Approved, February 9, 1165. same. Cortb.e sale of the lands on which' the same-i i.- : either of them, and having eiedgeas

... Approved, February 14:, 1865. bated," approved March:second, eighteen hundred and iforesaid,.shall account and'answer for the aaaouat of

.. CuftJDLZD. _, ,,... t sixty-one, be; and the same is hereby, repealed. inch debt and'for the value of such property,and day
An Act tp provide for >Acting Assistant;.Treasurers i or JHAFTKB xv, Approved, February 20,1865. liapoajl or attempt to dispose of any such property: to
Depositaries of the United State in certain Oases.Be An Act for the Belief of Collectors and Surveyors of the the injury of the United States shall be illegal and jotf.

5 enacted by the Senate and House of.Heprttftfative Customs in Certain Cafes. CHAPTER XLV. When( the person or persons so Indebted to or hating
I,, t fthe United States of America in Congreu assfmbled, Be it enacted by the Senate and Houte of ,Repmcntotivetof An Act to extinguish the Indian Title to Lands in the possession of the property of such defendants, er.-etthJT -

That in case of the sickness or unavoidable absence of the United Slate of America in Congress' assembled.That Territory of Utah suitable for agricultural.and mineral of them, shall be known to,''the; district fey: or

any ua1at&nt treasurer. o.r,.df posttary of the United in all cases in which any collector"or surveyor of'he Purposes. the marshal. It shall the duty of such ,officer, t..1 ee
State from his offieeVhe may' with the approval of the.Secretary cn t m8hu paid or accounted JOT,. Qr is charged Be it enacted by the Senate and Howe tf Representatives hatPerttona1. notice of such attachment is served egos

of\he'Tria.aur. )' authorise the ch1 clerk, or with duties accruing under the "Joint.resolution to in- of Ute United. States of America in Congrtss assembled, .inch persons, as In cases of garnlahees; _but the want
some other clerk employediherei .to act in his place, crease temporarilythe duties on imports," approved That the President of the United States be, and he Is jf such notice shall not invalidate* attachment.SEC. .

and to dischargeall duties required by law of such&IIlJt&ntue.mrerorc1 April twentv-ninth,eighteen hundred and, sixty-four, hereby, authorized, by and with the advice and con. .- 7..And be it further enacted, That upon:appHation -
." 1 eposftary : Provided, That they and in which the Secretary of the Treasury shall be satisfied sent of the Senate, to enter into treaties with the various oi the party whose property has .b en. attached
I r t official bond given by the princlp&1IOt the office shallbe that the collection of said duties was omitted by tribes of:Indians of Utah Territory, upon such he court or any judge thereof may discharge the war
1"' held to cover and apply to the acts ofthe person appointed such collector or surveyor,for the reason that he was terms as may be deemed just to said Indians and beneficial I >
-; .' to act in his place in such cases : And provided not informed of the passage of said resolution when to the government of the United States:Provided applicantrovided, ..uchappllcan\ .slaty :

farther. That such acting officer shalllot',' : the,\J ttme said duties'accrue the said Secretary 'be, and he is That such treaties shall provide for the absolute-;;surrender acute to the United Slates a good and, sufficient pesal
.". being be subject to aU the liabilities and. penaltiesprescribed hereby, authorized,under such rules as he may prescribe to the United States, by said Indians, of their bond in double the amount.of the'value ofthe Pt0? 1?
by law for the official misconduct in like I: to remit or,refund, as the case may require, such possessory right to all the agricultural and mineral attached, conditioned for the return of:said property.
: cases, of the assistant treasurer or depositary respectively duties to such collector or surveyor. lands In Bald territory .except such agricultural lands i or to answer any judgment whichxmay bo rendered by

i ,0( for whom be shall act. Approved, February 14, 1865. U by said treaties may be set apart for reservations for he court in the premises, which bond shall; be sppror-
:- Approved, February 13, 18M. *id Indians : And provided, further, Thai.all such re jjervations r td by the court or any judge thereof. '
f CHAPTER :xxxvii. shall be selected at points as remote as may SKC. 8.'And be it further enacted, That the .fees

Clurrn YUIV. An Act to authorize the Establishment of Ocean Mail practicable from the present.settlemcnts in ',Utah. rats, and expenses of issuing and serving the warrant

An Act to incorporate: National Union Insurance Steamship Service between the United States and Territory. or attachment authorized by this act shall be ;iregnlated
Company of Washington.Be China. SEC 2. And be it further enacted, That ,in agreeing as far as possible by the existing laws .of ;'that iJnited
it ma.cttxllJy the Senate and Howe of Representatives Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Representative with said Indians upon the amounts to be paid to them itates and the rules of court made in'pnrsuanca' ,tbere-

What James Harper,Thomas Patton, C. II. Moody, That the Postmaster General be, and he is hereby, au- of this,act,' care shall.be taken to obtain of the attachment or the right of property,'derk and
John W. Magill, John M. Rellly, B. F. Guy, Valentine .horized; to invite proposals by public advertisement from the Indians, to.the'greatest :possible extent their narshals' fees shall be the same as in ordinary ,

( Blanchard, Thomas J. Fisher, Hudson Taylor, Augus- for! the period of sixty days, in one or more newspapers consent to receive for such payments'agricultural, nd the docket fee of the district attorney shall b? ten

Ttn ITi Perry D; Walker, James 'Montgomery, Joseph published in the cities Washington, New York Philidelphia pleraents,. 8to.ck. and other useful articles,,rather. .than dollars. 3 '
J. May or any five of them, be, and they are hereby Boston and San Francisco, respectively} for money.; SEC. 9. And be ii farther enacted, That this act shall
authorized and empowered to receive subscriptions to nail steamship 'Service between the port of San Fran SEC. 3. And be further enacted,'I.That for the >purpose tot be construed as to limit or abridge in any manner
i &pitalstock of a company to be denominated "The cisco, in the United States, and some port or ports in of negotiating said treaties and carrying out the provisions uch rights of the United States as have; accrued or
National Union Insurance Company of Washington," he Chinese empire, touching at Honolulu, in the of this act, making presents to said Indians, been allowed any district under'the Tanner'practice
i who shall open a book for that purpose in the city of Sandwich Islands,'and one or moro-ports in Japan, by and defraying the necessary expenses incident to'such of the United States cus or the adoption ef ate

Washington, at the time and place to be by them designated neans of a monthly line of first class American seagong nogotions, there is hereby appropriated, out of any awe by the said *
I of which they shall give ten days'notice in two steamships, to be of not less than three thpua- money In the treasury of the United State not other- Approve February 23, 1865.

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