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: August 5, 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: UF00053711:00019
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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-- FLORIDA UNION I ofjurisdiction is somewhat in conflict between 17HE -Tlu..' Department of Alabama, Major: i THE 11,151: STOXEWAI.I."

local and United States authorities, and since General C. R. Wood to command; embrace

N! iM'ii.isiiKn IVKIIV SATURDAY MORNING BY I have a strong desire not to appeal to forceI the State of Alabama ; headquarters at Mo Interesting Correspondence. :

J. K. STICKNEY. have to earnestly requrst that you transfereaseR bile.
arising between colored and white persons 15-The Department of Louisiana and

T E K in M Ad S : ancc.o and between colored persons themselvesto Texas, Major General E. R. Canby to command MR. TASSARA TO MR. SKWAUIK .i

Tw'o Dollars'lt'iltious prfn111111 taken for less than Throe months. the jurisdiction of the Provost Courts, or ; to embrace the States of Louisianaand
u1: 'Fran.1ation.lLl )
; nrk: ("?lJk fin:> cent,, the courts established in accordance with Texas; headquarters at New Orleans. [ '
Any r nn *!x<; : paragraph 7 of circular No. o,a certified copy 1C-The Department of Arkansas,Major -:(AATi( \ OK }:\ WASHINGTON:\, 1

l1\r> per Square: of Ten Xonparicl Lines!', or of which I herewith inclose. General J. J. Reynolds to command; to embrace v WASHINGTON, July 14, 18HJ.; j
.' ,'fWl'ulwiu")Je the came spate, for first insertion! : Oneif41arOrearlscahsequeut The MayorofAlexandriarefused receive the State of Arkansas and Indian Ter- The undersigned, Minister Plenipotentiary .

,I ; : insertion. advertiser*!. this letter, and on its return, Gen. Howard ritory; headquarters at Little Rock. of her Catholic Majesty, has the honor to
\liberal deduction to permanent referred the matter to Gen Augur, Commandant 17-The Department of Columbia, Brigadier bring to the knowledge of the honorable the]

.1 0 H P HI TIN (ilu of the Department at Washington In General G. Wright to command; to em- Secretary of State that, agreeably to oflicial (

4V1(',neatly and promptly executed. this letter] of reference Gen. Howard says : brrce the State of Oregon and Territories of I communications which he has received front
t\ery ___ at Fort has been to the Captain ,
"Mayor "Ware treats my communication Washington and headquarters Madrid: the order given

I.'UOJI.SIIINGTOX.. I with marked disrespect, and declines to re- Vancouver. General of Cuba to deliver the war vessel ;
: The of California, Major "Stonewall" to the whom the
cognize me, though acting under direct order Department person
Special Dispatches to the New York Times. of the President, as having anything to do General Irwin McDowell to command; to Government of the United States may commission ,.

WASHINGTON, Wednesday, July 26. with securing justice to freedmen accordingto I embrace the States of California and Nevada, for that purpose, the due formalities w
and Territories of Utah, New Mexico: and intervening. t
1 the law. He refuses even to give me an
\DMWA1HLITY OF AND NEGRO IMPORTANT TESTUIONY-\N CASE. INTERESTING :answer in writing. I understand that the Colorado,headquarters at San Francisco. In thus acting the Government of her

Justices in the Alexandria local courts agree DIVISIONS.: Majesty judges that the reasons adduced in

Reports come in from Maryland and Vir- with the Mayor in this singular procedure.I 1. The Military Division of the Atlantic.- the note of the 30th of May last are not sufficient -

xnnia which show t that in the proceedings recommend that this matter may be again General Geo. G. Meade to command; to found the right of revindication V I

and; the trials before the civil courts, colored brought before the Mayor and justices of Major to embrace the Department of the East, Middle which that of the United States believes ir

persons are excluded from participation in Alexandria through your intervention. As "Department of Virginia," has over the forementioned vessel. Anima-
causes before these tribunals except suitors; these courts confessedly) cannot adjudicate Department of North Carolina and Depart- ted nevertheless, by the same noble and loy-

that they are not permitted to testify whitecitizens matters between freedmen and other people, ment of South Carolina, headquarters at al sentiments which it has shown during Hu-
are in their own behalf, nor in be- please see if some adjustment cannot be had four years of the war happily terminated in

half of a party to the suit. A case tried at without resorting to force. Philadelphia.2. The Military Division of the Mississippi. this country, it omits entering into any discussion i :
a few days ago fully presentedthe the matter to Brevet without and the "Stonewall"is
':' Alexandria Gen. Auger referred Major: General W. T. Sherman to command; object,
question of admissibility of the testimony Brig. Gen. ILl 'V commandant of Alexandria to embrace the Department of the Missouriand placed at the disposal of the Governmentof r

of a colored person. During the trial it was ,who, by a conciliatory course, has effected Department of Arkansas, headquartersSt. the United States.

_. :shown that a white man, who is the keeper an arrangement whereby all cases that Louis. With reference to the security for the ex-

,f of a disruptable establishment in the city, may hereafter arise, and until further orders, 3. The Military Division of the Gulf Major penses, to the commander of"Stonewall,"

" <.ue d a well-known and respectable colored between colored and white people, and in all General P. H. Sheridan to command; to of sixteen thousand dollars, which sum haying !
man for the recove ry of money paid the latter cases where colored people shall be sum embrace the Department of Mississippi, Department been considered as the sole and especial I '

for horse, which plaintiff alleged was taken moned as witnesses, are to be tried before of Louisiana and Texas, and Department cause of the surrender of the vessel, it is to

from him by a detective as being government Provost courts, under the seventh paragraph of Florida ; headquarters at New be believed that the Government of the United -
property.: The colored man was notified of Circular No.: five, above referred to. A i Orleans.I States will not refuse to reimburse it ; it

to appear at the magistrates' office for similar arrangement will, it is believed, be 4. The Military: Division of the Tennessee. being understood, nevertheless, that this i<

trial. He had several witnesses to prove that made with the Maryland: local courts. Major General G. H. Thomas to command;to not a condition for the delivery the 'Stoiu--

the plaintiff had stated that the horse died embrace the Department of the Tennessee, wall," which delivery is, and must be con- .

hortly; after he purchased it; also, that it New Military Departments and Di- Department of Kentucky, Department of sidered, absolutely unconditional.
was well understood at the time of sale that The visions. Georgia and Department of Alabama; head The undersigned avails himself of this occasion -
did not guarantee his title to the Honorable Secretary -
the defendant WAR DEPARTMENT, quarters at Nashville. to reiterate to
the a horse. The colored man consulted an ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, } 5. The Military Division of the Pacific. of State,the assurance of his highest con-

able lawyer, who told him it was useless to Washington, June 25, 1865. Major: General II. W. Halleck to command; sideration. < I
defence as all the witnesses were of the Columbiaand GABRIEL G. TASS AItA.
a Presi-
attempt: ORDERS, No. 118.-The to embrace ,the Department
and their testimony would nolbe re California headquartersat Honorable the Secretary of State
colored, directs that the United States be divi- Department of ; To the
ceived. On the advice of the Superintendent dent divisions, and subdividedinto San Francisco. of the United States &c., &c., &c. I i I
into 1
etc. the defendant did not attend will proceed, on _
f Freedmen
(} military departments as follows : All officers hereby assigned .
the trial, and the former presented himself The Department of the East, Major receipt of this order,to take command of their j
Court answered for the defence, represented 1 divisions.All MH. SEWARD TO MR. 'fA;SAU-\
at Joseph Hooker to command; to em- respective departments or military .
that he was stationed in the city in the New England States, New York officers relieved by this order will, on being DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

charge freedmen's affairs by proper authority -I brace and New Jersey; headquarters at New York .relieved by the proper officer, report by WASHINGTON, July 17, 1865.
under act of Congress and read the General for orders. of the
an letter to the Adjutant The undersigned, Secretary of State
following officially to the Court. City.2-The Middle Department, Major Gene- By order of the President of the United United States, has the honor to acknowledgethe

WAR DEPT., BUREAU OF REFUGEES, ral W. S.Hancock to command; to embrace States. E. D. TOWNSEND, receipt of a note which was addressed to
ABANDONED LANDS } Maryland, except A. A. General. instant Mr. Tassara,Min
FREEDMEN AND the States of West Virginia, him on the 14th by .
WASHINGTON, May 30, 1863. the counties of Anne Arundel, Prince ---+4 -+--- ister Plenipotentiary of the Queen of Spain. -
Charles and St. Marys; the Mr. Tassara informs the under-
aTRACT.j Georges, Calvert, The Surviving Conspirators.Old In that note
and Ohio Railroad inline u..& that her Catholic Majesty has ordered
of the Baltimore signed
5.-VII. In all places
CIRCULAR and Pensyl- vessel called the "Stone-
of Delaware armed steam
States that the
of civil law or in Virginia; Correspondence of a Philadelphia
there is an interruption Baltimore. [ Point(July 18) which has been the subject ot previous -
old codes in vania headquarters at Paper.] I wall,
which local courts, by reason of ; of Washington, Major correspondence between the two countries -
violation of the freedom guaranteed by the 3-The Department to command; to em- The sentenced "conspirators," Mudd, Ar- shall be delivered up to the Govern.Vment
C. C. Augur
(proclamation of the President and the laws General District of Columbia, the Countiesof nold, O'Laughlin, and Spangler, arrived hereat of the United States, and that this de-

of Congress, disregard the negroes' right to brace the Arundel Prince George's Calvert, 4 o'clock yesterday_afternoon,on the steamer cission has been made with a waiver of discussion -

justice before the laws, in not allowing himto Anne in Maryland, and Fair- State of Maine. They were in charge of the question, whether the claim
and St. Mary's upon
give testimony, the control of all subjects Charles in Virginia ; headquarters at I Brevet Brigadier General Dodd, and wore of the United States for the surrender of the
relating to refugees, and freedmen being committed fax County iron on their ankles. When first placed onboard vessel could be maintained upon strict principles

to this bureau, the Assistant Commissioner -! Washington. of the Ohio, Major: at Washington, they also had on man of international law. .
The Department
themselves or removed after
will adjudicate either to em- These last fetters were also to assurethe
: C. Ord to command; acles. has been pleased
O. Tassara
I Sir.
General .
Indians except wharf at Washington.On
and whites or her
between Illinois and left has been
negroes the States of Ohio,Indiana, the; steamer undersigned, that the surrender 1
service so far as recog- brace down Mudd and Spangler were
those military at Detroit. the trip the ground of the mutual good- I
nizable authority not taken cog- Michigan; headquarters Major and employed their time in ordered upon be-
by military ,
Tennessee, prevailed
of the
has happily
very .
civil or 5- and Ar- I I
tribunals O'Laughlin
other ,
nizance of to -
by Geo. Stoneman to command; playing backgammon. the two countries during the period f
military, of the United States. the State of Tennessee;headquartersat nold. on the,other hand, seemed much and depressed the tween insurrection which has heretofore greatly
(Signed) O. O. HOWARD, Maj. V*Vs&A. embrace in spirits, and were melancholy relations of the United State-
disturbed the
Commissioner. Knoxville.6The arrival in the Roads, the 1
Approved June 2, 1865. Kentucky, Major reserved. On her
Department of and General Dood with many of the foreign powers.
Signed 1 ) ANDREW JOHNSON to command; to State of Maine anchored, informed V '
M. still further
John is
States. General communicated with undersigned
President of the United shore and The i -
the State of Kentucky, headquartersat came on will receive from the UnitedStates
moved Just at sundown
He then in behalf of the defendent embrace Washington by telegraph. that while spain
offered to I
Louisville. side of the have heretofore
:l discontinuance of the trial, on the ground of the Missouri, Major the steam tug Chowan went along as they the amount of the ;
\ of the above order 7-The Department and the four conspiratorswere the indemnity of$16,000,
hat under the provisions command to embracethe State of1t1aine, General of Calla 'g
John Pope ; Chowan which the Captain
in the General of her. The V
the local court had no jurisdiction Minnesota, Iowa, placed on expenses of the
admit the point States of Wisconsin, of the United States incurred in obtaining possession
would not of I steamed ,
case. The court and the territories then surrender is tendered -
Kansas the
Missouri and four were "Stonewall that
officer The prisoners
and ordered the trial to proceed. The headquarters Florida. I such
and Montana on
Dacotah ; it dependent
Nebraska and that gunboat without making
then stated that the chief of his bureau in the put on board the Florida, .
acted did at Fort Leavenworth. steamed to seaward. As the as a condition.Mr.
War Department, under whom of Virginia, Major immediately
8-The Department broad in a communication has been
bathed the bay
Court totry Tassara's
of the twilight .
the right to em-
not acknowledge command crimson
H. to ; United
Terry The the
Alfred of
( that therefore the defendant General Fairfaxbrace of gold, the Florida departed. submitted to the President
t the case, and of excepting sheen the .. .,
Virginia, has now
the State of the sky
of the court. reflection sunny and the
and States
would not answer the summons Baltimore bright golden ,
of the orders
statement of County, and the line dun and the dun to blackness, to inform Mr. Tassara that
Proceeding with,.the trial, the at Richmond. faded to pleasure ,,
Ohio Railroad; headquarters stood down the bay. The for the bringing away
taken will be promptly 0
testimony Carolina steamer given
the plaintiff was the only ot North ; as the and for thr
and on that, in default of the appearance of 9-The General Department John M. Scofield to command; prisoners were. taken below, the light as fading theLight of the"Stonewall' Havana of sixteen .".1nlll'einlbursement ...."...- ,,
even :!
lives, of the sum
the Major misdirected
defendant, Judgement was riven against ,_ ... the State North... Carolina; head- out oftbeir And in Government. It }
lo cm mquarters c ----- out of sea and sky. dollars to the Spanish
latter ;;the Afuii"tM-u t alleged, with cost was fading sand Govern- !
and an execution issued for the seizure of the at Raleigh. of South Carolina, the gathering darkness our eyes lost sight of only remains to be added, that this i
the 10-The Department with her illomened passengers. t
to cover command Florida, Inent appreciates
colored man ; the
property of the A. Gillmore to
this in Major General Q. on Old Point knew of the and the
having head few people liberality
amount. The civil officer the State of South Carolina; Very notorious prisoners
notified by the Super- to embrace arrival or departure of the ed the j
charge was Head.
Hilton of the con-
at The destination
military guard quarters till to-day. Government on ;
that a {
intendent of Freedmen Major The ;
of Georgia, known.
execution it-The Department were not these
the that
would be called for to prevent conspirators
to embrace -
to command; it to be the Dry
Jas. B. Stedman conjecture to
of the judgement and the case was reportedto ,General at knowing ones The tendency : r
headquarters onl'
Gen. Howard addressed the State of Georgia; Tortugas, but this is conjecture cient and
Maj. Gen. Howard. the coveted bit of information Washington.'n
of Alexandria, Augusta. only'person possessing nations.
note to the Mayor Major
a Florida Florida
of Budd, of the ,
to the Justice of the 13-The Department was Capt. The
intended to be presented to em-
: General John G. Foster to command; and he did not vouchsafe: to disclose it to any casion to offer
Peace in which oeeurs'this passage at
"It is, plain to see that the old slave law of brace the State of Florida; headquarters one. After the Florida their has life-long safely delivered prisor rances'of his ,

should have no force after slavery I Tallahassee. Major the "conspirators" at
Virginia b
Mississippi, doubtles
of and will
name Don
justice 13-The Department its location To Senor
that simple house,
has been abolished and \ to embrace
to'command have the privilege -
and equity require.the recePtion'oftestimony General H. W. Slocum :headquarters; at made public. Till then we &c., &c., &c.,
of Mississippi
the courts of Alexandria the State ; of speculoting.
from freedmen; but as f ,
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MARVIN -deem it wise before long to repeal these conft8t1.
WM. ,
ARRIVAL OF tion laws. Accept, Fellow Citizens, this
This inter- prompt+

I IItt % .ui1'u. a member of the convention. of the Provisional Governor of Florida. cheerful action of; the Attorney General in response to 4
ghn'iiln pretation of the two proclamations
my application, as an omen of ,ood-thc: olive branch

t President I receive from himself in person, SIPEECH. held out by the civil authorities, to all persons wli0 are

j wo- and also from the Attorney General. HIS now sincerely willing to do right, however much they j

k referred to be administered, may have erred in the past. tit-
The oath may
JACKSONVILLE AUG. 5 1865. Governorof
and taken and subscribed before any commissioned lIon. Wm. Marvin, Provisional I have heard some censures cast upon the.Judge, ib*
by General
Major and the Marshal for
accompanied by District Attorney, exerotirg the?*
THE SITUATIOX. officer civil, military, or naval in Florid-!, listened to all
Jacksonville on the 2d confiscation laws. I have ('omplaint:4from :*
:t Governor: Marvin conies fully empowered the service of the United States, or any civil Foster, arrived received a most hearty every person who had anything:: to say.

t by the President to carry out the policy of or military officer of a loyal State or Territory inst. The Governor large crowd and so far as I can now judge. I think these censure.are .

who the laws thereof qualified to I welcome, and the next day a I I unjus; these complaints unreasonable. Po far as I
Government and point out to the people of HeadQuarters
stand near officers have done their
around the music Dave learm-d these! duty: under
Florida the way and manner by which they administer oaths. The officer administeringthe gathered he was stopping, and de- I 1 the laws: and according to the law. If they have con

!, may reestablish their civil government and oath is authorized and required, on request where speech. lie, in t mitted mistakes or error,, it is not so much their fault

i "renew their constitutional relations with their to give to the person taking it, certified inrndcd of his; Excellency a and others took as the fault of the owners or claimants of the propertyvvho
thereof.In company with Gen. Yogdes had they not, in many instances, left their home*
i sister i States in the Union. To that end lIeI copies introduced to
I was the rebel lines, would have been .
Governor within :
order to to the well disposed people the stand. and gone pr
will receive the support of the military authorities : give ?
J. K. Stickuey, and spokein sent in court and would have interposed! their claim,
eflicient of all of this State time and opportunity to qualifytlfetnselves the assembly by
4 and the cooperation good ; and saved the court from committing:: any errors or mij-!

I citizens. The Press of Florida has now a to be' voters for delegates to the substance as follows : meet this large takes. The Judge, the District' Attorney and the Marshal

the election will not be held FKLUW: CITIZENS :-I am happy to be presumed, throughout all this business
i community of interests, a common end and convention, the important subjects which are it must
t for them audience, and discuss their duty according to law, unless the
reasonable time has elapsed to have done contrary -
I object to labor for ; and we feel certain that until a the attention of every one. I have a right
slat'ming I have heard of
no such
to take and subscribe the oath required, and one of the oldest citizens of is plainly proved. proof
the Governor will receive from our cotempo- ,because I am
address you instead indulging a spirit of criticism an.t
rarics\ a hearty and zelous support. to procure the special pardon, where such Florida. I came here whilst wo were yet n territory and censure you, should be thankful, that the Attorney General" t
the State
of govern
has been resident of the is a pre-requisite qualification. The and assisted in the organization all the relief"desired"
Governor Marvin a pardon and affection.Her has been able to give you and at!

State for thirty years, is in fact a Floridian election will be held immediately thereafter, ment. Florida and is my happiness State by are adoption linked with my own.I the same time has cast no censure upon the proceedingt }-

will be made for unreasonable prosperity been of the Judge, the District Attorney or the Marshal.
and consequently knows the condition and and no allowance have a right, slag, to address you,because I have the at rebellion !

wants of the people. It will not lessen their delays in applying for pardons. appointed by the President of the United States to aid I slavehas ceased to exist. With tho fall of the Confederacy

pt respect: and the estimation in which he is held, Applications for pardon should be in writ- you in the reconstruction of your State government.Presidentand its corner stone crumbled to dust and the winds havf

ti when we inform them that it was mainly ing, and addressed to the President of the I shall make known to you those the plan subjects of the which are scattered it. The war which was commenced, among
and state the on which call your attention I for the purpose of perpetuating the bindman's (
through his efforts that the Government has United States, ground to welfare. I trust therefore other reasons
deemed most essential your in the Providence of God,
has brought
..In j ordered a suspension of all proceedings under a special pardon is considered as necessary. you will give me, on thh occasion,.your patient him freedom.bondage He can never be enslaved again (ia

I i\\ the Confiscation Act, by the District The application should have attached to it attentionAt great shout among the colored people) No form ot sh.

Court, and its cers-illcluding the Mar- the original oath or affirmation:contained in the outbreak of the rebellion the so called of all Confederate Unionpeople very can ever be established again in this country
of In most cases Government confiscated property learn I think too, that the people of this
>hal-and that cases heretofore adjudicated, the proclamation amnesty. been successful in the From all I can ,

but where a sale has not taken place, will be the application for pardon will not be acted and had the of insurgents such citizens would have been State not only recognize this fact, but they are nodsgenerally
the property of it. The constitution
war, becoming glad
opened up for the parties to come in and (de upon by the President, until it has received permanently confiscated and lost to them. The United will: be called upon to form will recognise the new

the recommendation of the Provisional Gov States Congress also, ast means of strengthening the you order of things and secure freedom to all alike.

fend.The the rebellion, confiscatedthe With slavery out of the way, there will be nothing ID
therefore seek and crippling
time to
It will save ,
t Governors policy is now fully definedin ernor. government instigators and adhe- hinder a restoration of our constitutional relationship)
in the first instance. property of it: most guilty government and our becoming a
an "address to the people" published here- his recommendation class- with the general great
embraced a large and In
rents. In this category was prosperous, homogeneous, happy uV
with, and in his speech delivered at Jacksonville The application should then be sent to the for nearly all were rebellious. The action of govern- U S. Senate Florida 'wil11)e the peer of New York,and
General.I with the usual in the lower house she will be fitly represented. Thr
last Thursday evening. office of the Attorney ment in this matter was in accordance restoration of civil government will be through a convention

., -- -4I have been informed by the military au- I practice of nations under similar circumstances. Bv to be called at no distant day to alter or amend!
No time should be lost in becoming
of Union peopleis constitution.
AI>I)KKSS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE thorities, that a considerable number of posts the failure of the rebellion the property I. the State qualified to vote for members of the conven
and restored to them, and that of the insurgents is for-
have been established in the State, tion.
STATE : feited. We are utterly helpless, and lie passive in In the meantime the preservation of peace and orde,
others soon will be, with officers attached, authorized I it will continue in the hands military authorities." Then'
humiliating maybe
in this State
t The civil authorities having However
of the victors.
i the hands administration of affairs here so tar as I have been all.-
engaged in an organized rebellion against to administer the oath required, and to confess it, we are nevertheless, a conquered pea to learn has been.so wise! and so mild.that there will

j\ the Government of the United States, have, to give certified copies thereof, so as thereby to ple, and at the mercy of the Government. In this be no impatient will ask and"why unreasonable don't yon anxiety assume for control a change a-
But some
with the overthrow of the rebellion ceased give every facility for taking the oath, with condition of affairs what does the government proposeto once of tie civil administration as we prefer civil rule?'
Glut its
li'Sil with its armies! ? to resuscitate the civil
to the do? Still press us I answer I have no authority
lo. exist, and the State, though in the Union, little or no inconvenience or expense of vengeance with our blood? or confiscate all our authorities or to appoint any one to office ieyond what

il is without a civil government. applicant.In property ? oat all. Its majesty and might are no 1, is ness necessary: is to assist to the and calling you to of inaugurate a convention.a government.My bnsi-

t t Co. The Constitution of the United States the meantime, and until the reestablishment I greater than itsclemency and mercy. It conies to us as I I trust yon will cheerfully acquiesce in this arrangement -

t declares, that the United States shall guarantee of a state government, it i is left to the the Father went out to meet his prodigal son. It says But.what will be yom 60ndnct when the wheels ot
the -
down arms and return to pursuits set in motion and the
lay your strengthof
State in the Union authorities to and the civil government
'\ to every a republican military preserve peace of life. Nearly all of you I freely pardon, restore the military force is greatly reduced ia the State.

.. form of government, and shall protect each order, and protect the rights of persons and unto you your property, and civil and palitical rights. Will we behave better than formally? I remember>-
called the Regulators, and the terrorism
of them against invasioninsurrection and domestic property.An The cases excepted from thin general amnesty, are exercised by them, and the lynching and the murder

violence.In Generals, Judges, Governors* members cf Congress anda which occurred in some parts of the Ssate. I trust
has been had with the
understanding the civil authorities are once more established.
You ask why pardon was not extended when
others. may
t order to fulfil this guarantee and for few that will all yield to them and to the law the heartiest
commander of the whereby
department ) of taxable
to those who were worth over $20jOOO The spirit of malice and revenge must be ban,
the purpose of enabling the loyal people of occupying the offices of judges of pro- : P oPerty. Several reasons may be givea. Their presumed support.ished from among us and every one must embark in

this State to organize a State Government, bate may continue to take proof of wills, I superior intelligence, their ability to take some a your mission fair land of peace happy.and inciting god wilL capital If and yoi good would citizen set-!

whereby justice may be established,domestic and issue i letters testamentary and of administration pains to secure pardon, their greater responsibility and to come among you, you must see' to it that Judge
obligations to the State, may have been among the Lynch and his infernal cohorts are never allowed M
tranquility insured, and loyal citizens pro- and clerks of circuit courts Let su
i may which led the President to make that exception. scourge the country again. every one yield
tected in all their rights of life liberty and reasons obedience to the laws and prosperity will folio
take the proof or acknowledgment of deeds But.though these wealthier parsons stand utipardoneditheir preme And Freedmenrhave now exchanged ma.ters-
property, the President of the United States and mortgages, and record the same, as heretofore case is by no means hopeless. They are in the you must now make law your master for it u the law

l-: Provisional Governor of the Generals, the Judges,and others which is protect yoiin your freedom; no other
has appointed me and all persons occupying ministerial same category as course leads to happiness and honor. Will you Ftanll.

the State, and made it my duty, at the earliest offices continue to perform such duties excepted from the general amnesty. Many of all these by me and other officers who may be in authority and
may classes will, I have no doubt, receive executive clem- obey the laws ? Obedience to the laio i4 treedom.My .-
practicable moment, to prescribe such : and offices as are essential and convenient to ene} It may be necessary to make examples of a few knowledge of the past makes me earnest iathi,*

rules and regulations as may be necessaryand the transaction of business. If any doubt of the most wicked and malignant persons and confiscate -I matter.We arc about to euttr upon a new career.: Between

proper for convening a convention, composed should hereafter arise concerning validityof their property. In my official position shall take the two rates a good understanding must be created and
Some ), disappointed
continued persons
of delegates to be chosen by that portion their acts, such doubt can be removed by a pleasure in recommending to the favorable consideration vexed, will not ha-w any faith iu the colored man.
of the President all who- are truly penitent and will net think ot:him with pleasure, now that hr
of the people of the Style, who are loyal act of confirmation. They : ___ .__ _
TV > .- turn
legislative; good evidence\ of a determination to bo good citizens VV. / free. -.Lllcy.na. t: no anxiety to see so
to the United States and no others, for the By the operations and results of the war give in the future. adally and morally elevated because they have 1I0t such.try faith.
Let me in plainness to
in his capabilities. say
{purpose of altering or anl( ding the constitution slavery has ceased to exist in this State. It Having presented these general remark I wish to him. Give: him a fair chance. Teach and encourage )

:; of the State ; and wit authority to exercise cannot be revived. Every voterfor delegatesto make an application of thein to a case in. hand in him. connected Your happiness with the and welfare prosperity of this are people.-now inseparably

i i t..,;.; within the limits of the State, all the the convention, in taking the amnesty oath, which many oZ:you arc personally interested. While Their elevation will add to the power and prosperity.
3 and of the inhabitants of of the State- They cannot remain in a stationary condition
still raging many
and to enable the the war was
t-: powers necessary proper takes a solemn oath to support the freedom Their movement must*be- upwards or they

,:- loyal people of the State to restore it to its of the former slave. The freedom intended is this partof:the State were within the rebel lines, a will become, in many cases, the veriest vagabonds and
I : : District Court of the United States was held at St. Augustine rest like an incubus upon the coca ry. In many respects
;# t ', :.. constitutional relations to the federal government tHe full, ample and complete freedom of a then and now occupied by Union troops, and the white man is superior the eolored increased.man amt Se

; and to present such a republican form of citizen of the United States. This does not large number of decrees of confiscation of lands and responsibility want. the colored people is correspondingly here. In their muscle"and fin

It tai: State government as will entitle theStatc to the necessarily include the privilege of voting. houses was entered up in.the absence of the owners ews the State has immersed wealth, ; but that they ma
,, them
_ without their appearing. They were, in many, be made available we must treat them kindly,give
: ,'. guarantee of the United States therefor, ands But it does include the idea of full constitutional and : an education anoVlxrake them an honorable part of ti
the United States and perhaps most instances, in the rebel country, body politic. ,And you, my colored friends, must not
... its people to protection by and
guarantees of future possession where they ought not perhaps to have been, but where be idle or lazy. .1.aboris the law,, which God Las imposed -

against invasion, insurrection, and domestic quiet enjoyment. The question of his voting' they, in fact, were. The owners of these lands and of the upon most us laborious all. I have men been in Florida.and expect If you to are be oa-re?

violence.In is an open question-a proper subject for discussion houses, in many instances, are now as well disposed to pectful to all. and industrious,you will be protected DJtVio
: -.ftnf'hn"A1IitT
..... .
and good citizens as any in theBTA.'tJI Jaw in me' enjoyment or an the.l"J UWO 01 ---
become loyal
of the thus
the duty enjoined
performance -and is to be decided as a question of You mast ke from taverns and try to edantr,
decrees were passed they have away
Since these t'
upon me, by the President, I shall, as soon as sound policy by the convention to be) called. : your children in the fear of the Lord. Send them Scbal
been embraced within the Amnesty the Sunday school. The white man, too must l
the people of the State have had the oppor- Upon the establishment of a republican these circumstances, it appeared to me, desira- himself to this new order things. His responsibititil'f Hr

tunity to qualify themselves to become form of state government, under a constitu- ble,that they should have an opportunity to be heard- must and duties meet them are of like the a most hero,imperious or the worst character.of cam'"

j and to that the sales advertised for the 7th of August, shouldbe will follow to himself and family. Sc&ot! !'
voters appoint an election, to be held in the tion which guarantees secures liberty quences teach'
: suspended, and the decrees opened, and the owners must be established over the land. Northern
different counties in the State, of delegates to all the inhabitants alike, without distinctionof ers must beweIcomed-Some of them have their ""
If allowed to appear and make such explanation, and set araB u--
culiarhies.but what of that, let them come
a State convention to be convened at a time color, there will no longer exist any impediment up such defences as they should be advised by their you must also send out missionaries and teachers troI1l

and place to be hereafter named. in the way of restoring the State to counsel are proper to be made-in other words, that among yourselves and interest yourselves elevation in promoting of all
intelligence, virtue and general
_ its constitutional relations to the they should have a full hearing on tho merits-and of the (}Ospt i
; -i The persons qualified to vote at such election proper government the people of the State. The Ministers Theo
i : its plead their pardons, if such plea should be deemed have a heavy responsibility in this matter. .
of the United States
a of delegates and the persons eligible as whereby admissible in their cases. I accordingly wrote to the should be instant season and out ostasonin: ting
_ : ':'- members of such convention will be such people will be entitled to protection by the and rebuking with all long suffering and pAUedl1:;
1 I'lb.ii: .y Attorney General on the subject. And his answer was I and in teaching and instructing the ignorant .

i. .fi .: persons as shall have previously taken and United States against invasion, insurrection, to prompt, so ready, auto give full assurances s, that the wayward in a knowledge oftbeir moral and good relig::n
':;; subscribed the oath of amnesty as set forth in and.domestic violence. Government Washington, does not desire. to confiscate ,to duties men., and Let in promoting every man,peace woman on and earth child throng hat.

_ the President's Proclamation of May 29th, A. Dated at Jacksonville, Fla., this 3d day of any persons lands without giving him every possi- tho State cease to murmur or complain agasnst and hoP'the \
of Providence but cheerfully il
ble opportunity to bo heard. The Attorney General pensations ii
D. 1865,and as are also qualified as prescribed August, 1865. WM. MARVIN, ordered the sales to be suspended until the further or- accept the new order of things, as coming and from fI lia r
Provisional Governor. whose ways are: not :as man's ways, }
hy the constitution and laws of the State in der of the department, and he directed tho District, thoughts are not aa man'thoughts. There is b1bl'

force immediately before the 11th day oft ,. Attorney to consent to tho opening of the decrees in prospect in the future for our beautiful state. '
n storm is past. The rainbow, promise is setdn111 111anJ
January 1861, the date of the.so called ordi- RELIGIOUS.-Former residents of the place these cases. By means of these orders, time and opportunity dissolving clouds. Let each man do b's
,. : is now given to the owners, after the countryis God,will bless us.
in no-
nance of secession. Where the person is excepted and strangers just coming arc hereby
quieted cast about, look up their testimony, take -
of the tified that public services are held every Sab- tQ1Iltai!
.a from the amnesty pro-
; advice and counsel, and Bee what defence they can has been Pl .

clamation, he must also have been previously bath morning at 101-3. o'clock, and in the 'make. It is possible tho, houses and land: of,some Col. Lemuel Wilson for the Dl T1I'!
of Internal
'' Assessor
I pecially pardoned by the President before evening at 7 1-2. .Tonx S.. SWAIM, will be confiscated. In other cases explanations will ':',
Pastor. be made or defences established. Beside Congressmay;
he can become a qualified voter or eligibleas ,
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-=-- ----- Fountain- the new boat on I Ihl' Why Ktheridftc was Arrested. To the Editor of the Florida Union : S. SAMMIS & CO.,

The steamer :\ EDITOItlIav in the Floridian C o In in i-o; iO11 '.:M: o velia.llt s* .
Line from Savannah to Palat- rCorrespondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.) I IIn.

pioneer & Journal an advertisement of the confiscation BAY ST., JACKSOXVU.I.K, FI4.
intermediate points, arrived here late CAIRO July 10.Lieutenant Colonel Du
juiv! and sale:: on the Gth or 7th of August,
1\u, indebted to Ir'lackM Josy commandant of the post of Columbus WILLIAM (p. JEITREYS
linS- \Vc arc of two tracts of my land in Duval county,

:?' llulby.t'l1 for late copies of Savannah :>n Thursday last arrested Emerson: Ethe- one containing sixteen thousand acre, and c.' o in iix i r-s plU1 T:...1X' c li ant.

: >n, ihc piuver of idge, Weakly county, Tennessc, on a the other tract, known as Cedar Point, containing JACKJ the following lit: pascn- and ------ ---
: papr:<, iml : I charge of making treasonable incendiary five hundred acres. I have examined -- ",

of freight : peeches against the Government of the FRANKLIN DIBBLE, .
a111 coii.-Iu'ncc.: ; carefully all the laws passed by Congress '

t-rs: FOR JACKSONVILLE. Jnited States and the authorities of the Statef and the proclamations: by the President, in ('Olnnlis.-.ioIU ]rIcrclltai.

I'Ax-IIM'klte: : > Tennessee. It is said that Etheridge has relation to the confiscation of property. I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

11ltrri'lc'.1.. T. WoovlS. Resin, Columbus Drew, T. been doing a great deal of mischief lately, in am not aware of any act that I have commit Produce purchased, or advar.ciin Cash or supplies s

; II. Piilcn. M. II. Bullock, G. itteinpting to lire the hearts of the citizens of ted that would justify: thc court in Passing a made on consignments to C. IJ. Dibble New York.
S. A.
*. t lark. 1\ II. Sullivan his State the constitutional authori- '
Harrow;: decree of confiscation against: my property,

1. k l Taylor: Parkhurst, E. F. Henderson or the t;. S. -Marshal l in selling the smne. WAKROCIC,

)[rs. It ;1. :ernll and child, )frR. Slater... ies.In a speech made at Trenton to the negroes, I therefore forewarn all persons against Auctioneer and foKiiitissiou niJACKSOXVlLLi <' ': .

il'i.ain1 st:,giant .J. L. SlagerV. told them that they were no inoriT free aforesaid
four \V. he buying the said lands at the sale as :, FLA.ViUaUendproniptlytnconsigumentofall.

11. )kD nlhl, \I.Iar;;;\ C. Curtis low' than before the breaking out of the rc- the undersigned will avail himself of all legal '\ kinds ot

Racy..1. Papino, H. Ilnpst'n.CONSIGNEE. jellion, the proclamation of the President of means to recover the lands with damages country produce, and will purchase for parties in tin-

he United States and the action of the State from any person who may'purchase the same. country any articles they; may wish, at the lowest Market :: -

J. mthorities to the contrary notwithstanding. JOHN BROWARD price.
nbiT ,
S. Katz
Sullivan f. Slater: \ July 15-tf.
II. :
11. n i ihicf
S. Biar JI.KTTI'.i tie: has openly denounced Andy Johnson as White Springs Hamilton county.

!apino -. .- ; Governor Brownlo as a usurper; and July 29th, 1805-21 ARCHIBALD T. BANKS,

: LIST, !, ncmbcrs: of the State Legislature as willing ATTOllXKY AT I.AW,

----- nstrmncnts: of despots, &c., until at last forbearance Notice to nl1i1d ni, r.AINEfeVlLLE, FLORIDA.
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ceased to be a virtue, and he is nown subscribers have for sale, and will deliver at the Will attend promptly' to all business intrusted to \i\-

(Iii LETTKRS; REMAINING a fair way to feel the power of the Government THE of the Suwannee rivor, or at Cedar Keys,, care. July 29-tf 1 j

LiST Post Office in Jacksonville, Florida. July which he has been so free in malig- YELLOW PINE TIMBER ofall sizes and of excellent
quality. We are also prepared to tarnish Ship Mast;! CHARGES P. COOPER,
::I;i lS65- is under arrest at Columbus.Captured .
ningHe : now from 70 to 90 feet length, on short notice. For particulars '
W. Andrews, Francis Andrews, leo. Arm- July 29-lmp Sandy Ford, Fla.

:roar, Hugh Archer, Captain Jacob Auld, Iguassioincline. ott.6u Forfoito -- -- -- JACKSONVILLE, F L O 11 IDA.

HWilliain. B. Blonut. Pat Boyle, L. A. Bryant Jos.irowu A special dispatch, to the Xcw York Commercial Notice to those KERN about AN to: Ilnild.PETER O1licit-odttorv, SalmI!is' Blfck.

[ Alexander Bealk, Siemon Bryant John Rullia Advertiser from \\Washington, dated KEFKKENCKS :
John John F. Broer, John Drau htsuln and Builder.
W. Broer harry,
&u, G+'o 22d ult. Col. J. S. S.\1011+.
: lIon. S. L. BcRKiTT. |
Bacon, John Brice, Japer Uosam, Peter Bundy, Low- says lIE undersigned would inform his old friends that

rom Barton: W sley O. Hanks, Manuel Bolen, Moris: The Washington Republican prints to-day T he is prepared to furnish plans for Cottages, July S __.__tint
IJrown, CM.. Baxter, Henry Bund, Edward Bli e2, Attorney General Speed's opinion rendered Yillas, private residences, public buildings, &c, Also ----- --

I'.ullen &Bullen, Map Brown, Samuel Branch, Seth S. to Secretary McCulloch upon claims for Cotton designer in wood plaster and clay. Jobbing promptly T. T. J.OXG.
Barton attended to.
Dirnes l'Johnll. Chase '2. John Cameran, Henry C. Co- captured Sherman in Savannah. July 29lmp.WIIOI.KSAI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW,

burn, S. M. Crowcil, Solomon Crowell, C. M. Clinton, He decides that all cotton taken by military ..
F. Caraway, Jeffrey Curley, Charley is -- -- --
Udvid( Craig, M. forces in insurrectionary districts captured ----
Christopher, Theodore Cristee, Cisce .TONE8 July 22.: -Cmp.
Thomas .TORN ,
Cauora, I within the meaning of the .
Clark Antony Comock. property,
Martin Cash, Asa !
hristopi'Cr..:; :. Henry Clomans. John Crre statute of 1863(;: whether owned by loyal men AXD RET.\II. DRUtttilKTBAY PROFESSIONAL. )I. J.'MURPHY 1
M. C. Denisou, J. M. Downs 2, Geol I and Surgeon tithe >
Peter not. FLORIDA.
Daniel, I If ury C. Dozier. He also holds that recourse: must be had in people of Jacksonville and surroundingCOUlltrr. !
Edrch 3. of dealers and consumersto attention will be given to diseases women '
K-Frank T. Would call the attention Particular
I*-Samuel Fairbanks; Messrs. Fairbanks: & Co.2, disputed cases to the Court of claims, and his large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent and children. Office at his residence, corner of For-

Tan-banks & Bros.,J. C. Farrow Richard Fortner Farnell Geo that jurisdiction cannot b(' conferred upon a ..Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints, Oils Window Glass, syth and Hogan-streetw. 3m July 8

11. Frost, Bcnj. Frnklin, F. L. Freyer, Pulaski ,, Commission:: appointee eitlier by the Presi- Stationary, &.c., \c., unions: which may be found : ---- .

Jnckieon Faulkner, Wm. Finnick, David Floyed.G of the to examine Medical Notice.
dent Treasury: ,
Gutman Gabine Gablin, Messrs. V-)oney or Secretary Sulphate Quinine
Gookin-Henry Henry Gorb, Hiram W. Gorhani Mcssiv J. the claims in question, and to make restoration : Castor Oil, lt. A. S. BALDWIN will resume the practice of and hill :'
.1 James Green. Captain N. W. Gar of much of this Cream Tartar, D profession in all its departments. His office
T. (lilclvist k Son, of the proceeds so Calomel, is the first house west of Mrs. Hudnall'-

card, L. J. Gordon. "totton: as belong to loyal claimants.CALDWJBLI Blue Mae:: ;, residence .
D.Uohlien may House.Jacksonville
II-E. J. Haynes.: Orange Hewen, J. R. 11M dr. Sulphur, Boarding -
Daniel E.Herin.Edman Hardy Wm. Harris Magnesia, &c. July JJtfMEDICAL :
Richard Head wood. Charles Hayden, E. -- --
John Hall, PATENT: MEDICINES.Towusend's -
William Hawood, Wm. 4L fc MORRIS, DR.E.S.Auwicn ;
Hail an
('. Hadlo"k, Louis Sarsaparilla, NOTICE. ,
II. Houston, Hermon Holleyman,Captain H. Hazle- Sarsaparilla, and Surgeon, late of San Francisco
:ra.John Hasans;, Go. B. Hamilton. Wni. -, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, California, may be consulted at his office at Mrs. lluCL-
Wm. H. Holding, John Higgins,..Ta.uw8Harmond..JJoshua'l' the Drug Store. of Mr. 1.
COTTON FACTORS AND GENE VL COMMISSION Ayer's Ague Cure nall's Mansinn Ifmt.e, or at
James, !Sam Jones, ,Johuy Johnson, Indian Cholagopue, Jones. *

litchman Johnson, Jim Hilliard JODCS, Butler Jinken, MERCHANTS, Davis' Pain Killer, Juno 21th-tf.

.iolm B Johnson 2. Radway's Remedies, - -
l -M. C. Knowlden, Henry I oopman.LToney 20 Old Slip. New York. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, '
( Laray, C. W, Little, Captain J. G. Leete, Worm Candy, J. I>. 17PSOX.

liihmal law,Uenj. C. Lewis, John P. Lopez,C. Living- S. B. CALDWKLI 1 B. C. MORRIS, J Po. South American Fever and Augue Remedy, UI GEON DENr-l."I r-r. : r

on, Geo. A. Lamb, M. Lively, Willey Jjoftin, Benj August 5 Sm \ Brown's Ess. Ginger, '- FLA. 1JACKSONVILLE

Xc. Lemon.11Masalener. ----__ Winslow Soothing: Syrup, :: ,
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John [il1er. Cato S. Maxwell College of Dental Sur- r
: McGirt, W. DEXXIN A ('O., Hyatt's Life Balsam, 1F>:RE>'Pennsylvania
,J. W. Mainord, Joseph Mitchell, Rev. W. A. Me- Volpeau's Remedy, gerj,'* and five years practice. j >

Lean, James McCabe,Corneiliaus Mailing, Michel: Murphy 'VIIOLESALEXD RETAIL DEALERS Mustang Liniment, June 24thltptf.WHITE. ] -- -.- -
Daniel M. Murrow, Campbell McLean: Co., Edwin Roger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar,

Martin, Daniel Merea, A. R. McCoutie. IXSutler McMumrs Elixer, SPRINGS 1IOTET

X-L. arthanll! James Newby, Alonzo Northrop, J. and Provisions, British Oil,
1' Nusam'0Jerry=. Goods, Family Bateman's Drop, ,"c.. kc HAMILTON GOl'. TY, l='L.\. :
Boots and Sho -; \
O'Toole, Rev. J. T. Osler 7. n Photograph Albums, ;
p-Paul G. Phillips, Enna S. Priest, E. B. Proscot, ALSO, Backgammon Board undersigned: takes pleasure m Announcing tit' t

Havid Phillip, Lenard Piekney. Ssmnel Price, R. J.J'eudarvis Constantly on hand a choice lot of Ales, Wine and Blank Book?,.1W THE public that he is prepared to situation.accpmmodat** I j

Miles Price. Champaign Cider. \ those seeking a healthful and pleasant '
Xo.t Kay
It-Fr.ink Ricks, Jatnes Re:. ester, Thos. E. ]Roberts tf Hair, Tooth. C1+,th, Shaving: the country will afford. connectionwith '
Yhos. J. Robert, Dr.""m. E. Rice, David Risley,Wm. :; and Whisk Uru; +lu-, \i': ..... He has comfortable hacks running in
Robinson.S I ... this place and the Railroad ;;
---- train, between
Keef, Nalard Riley, J. I. Ripley, Henry ---------- ----- PERFUMERY, ETC. every
-Francis W. Sams, Sandy Htanalan 2, Dr. Holmes I JI}:.\.I.. depot at Welborn.
.K (
SAI Extracts
James Smith, Geo. Spearins, FOIl Lubin's* W. A. TURNER, Proprietor.
teele Wm. Sedgwick
Joseph H. Sargent, T. C. Smith, Jr., Mr. Scoopman, BARRELS ASSORTED CAKES AND CIIAK- Night Fancy:Extracts, July 22.-tf. -
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/'ate Sanchez Dr. E. T. Sabal, L. Snodgrass.T 2UU ERS Colognes, --- ,'
-)!. Taylor, Mr. Thomas, R. Thornlin, John W. 100 English Dairy Cheese Hair Oils, Soaps NOTICE.
Aifred Thomas Waltea Taylor, C. W. TrumtU 50 Kegs Pigs Feet and Tripe V
Tynan, and Powder: :
Tooth Soaps the land-* ;
'+ Rey. 0. P. Thacker, J. f. Terry. '1'. P. Tatun: 20 Kegs: Butter Soxodont Sterling's, Aiubrosia Keudall's Amboline, &e., &c. ALL persons arc warned not and to Gulf trespass Central on Railroad ;
Mackerel tho Florida, Atlantic '
lphraim'raylor: Lonon Tucker. 20 1; Barrels CANDIES.
Hand 1. Boxes Raisin. Co., as any cases of that sort will be prosecuted without -
V Urias Nanhorn.W 50 Almonds, PeppermintDrops .
and Burnt
W'lch"ashin ton Wint.crR,1l1m C. W. DENNIS & CO., Gum Irop Sugar discrimination. WM. O. JEFFREYS,
R. .
F. &c.'
Captain Ace.
<'harlcs Wilmor Cragc Wcbbtr, Niclohs Willson, Dr. No. :. Bay :Streets, Jacksonville. ,Lozenges Jacksonville. Jnly 22-lm Agent for Trustees.
Walker Alex tf. STATIONERY.Letter ---
John Wo !t.tott, Louis Wright Smart August .> LIME
U'allacn. John Williamson, Phillip Wanton, Jackson va ... --- Note and Foolscap Paper, TIME, LIME, LIME,

William*, Bcnj. Williams. White and Yellow EnvelopesPens. ,iJ For Sale, in quantities to suit ll11rl'hn eJs. by
CHARLES SLAGER'SCT Ink and Inkstands.Plaving Cards, &c. II. T. MOT. #

LU IKS LIST. CUTLERY. Fernandina Fla.. April '20, 186;:;.

M.: 1.:. AnIf ""\ G () ) 4 MTOHIfl Pocket Knives and Scissors. -- -.--
.V-Tanah Audretvsllrs. Affie Aaron, : 1...- T- r Razors, Razor Straps, -

.! 2, Miss Tcaner Anderson, Rose Amut-r, Elizabeth ALSO TOBACCO. QADDLEKY AND HAICsESS IN NEWO

Ada.n1ra.. Hattie Aikens, Ann Cherry Albritti and Amulet As Saddles, Bridles, Harness &c.'., can
Solace YORK.
C. Allbritton Miss Dealio Ann. Hats and Caps, Navy, Anderson' To the Ports of the Southern
B,-MUs Miss: Bearden, Filllsc Ball Mas. Georgia C. Bla- Boots, Shoes, Killickinick, Shanghai,bacco.and Ander on'I Smoking: now bo shiped for to trade any, we of would say that we InnstiU '

Benardo, Clemantine Aoren, Francis STOCK OK States open No. 27, Chambers, Street, '
Jock, Amanda WITH A LARGE of the best brand be found at onr old stand
i'.rown Miss Elizabeth Brown, Miss Francis Brown 3, PIPES. York ready to greet our old friends, and as many '
Miss Margret Braddock Miss Victore Brown: Mrs. FURNITURE New please to give us a call and show them

*larden, Mr?. Solina Butler, Clara Bracewtll, Miss: ASSORTED Mcrschanm, Merscbamn new complete ones as assortment of Goods in our line, particu-

\rnee Boaze, Mrs. Sarah Bright. Imitation Rosewood, Applewood, Clay, kc.:: M. suited to the SOUTHERN, TRADE of our own well
('-Miss Victoria Carrian. Mrs. C. t!. Christopher, HAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE.A Matches. manufacture, which we will dispose of on th -
Hannah Clark,Miss Calliner Diamond and_ Safety known
Elizabeth Cristopher
Mrs. of favorable terms. V
Cite !(rs. Casher Canovar, Sarah Chevers, Mrs. S.dalla. large assortment of Dry Goods consisting LIQUORS, SYRUPS, ETC. most LACEY. MEEKER, k Co. V

MUSLINS.Shirtings : SPROl'LLS, MEEKER & Co. ,
AXD BLEACHED : Suc't'Sg1r" to
Sarah Dickson, 3Irs. Sarah Dill 2, Mrs. BROWN I Brandy, 3m.
D-Ir" Sd 1865.
2, Mrs. William n..I Sherry Wine May --
Margret Dickinson, fits Diana, ; Port Wine, -. --
) Mrs. Dieanner, Miss Dieanner, 2. Calicoes, Gin '
upray Holland A. PECK
Anna Frazer, Mary GEORGE
F-MiseMary A. Freeman Gingham, Whiskey,
Flemy, Mrs. I). F. Frarher, 3, MargrctFeld, Miss Anna : Bedticking; M- Blackberry: Brandy "Wtvtclimnltexr ;mtl .-.TowHAS .' .

Fresher, 2, Anna Frazer. DRESS GOODS; Lemon Syrup,
G-Mrs. Louisa Gordon LADIES Vanilla Syrup, CONSTANTLY ON HANI AND ,
'Hanford, Mrs. H. P.. Hok, Hannah Pineapple Syrup. Jewelry. f ;
II-Mrs. Ann Syrup, and
Such all Cloaks, Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry sale, Gold and Silver Watches t
JIurn.j Shawls. of Spectacles. Stationery V
Clarissa Johnson, Miss Selena Jon on Mrs. Jane PAINTS, OILS, ETC. Also, a good assortment: Tooth Brushes V c
: Gloves, Brushes, Perfumer)',Toilet Soap, V
' ..1ohnson.KMrs.. Hosiery &c.'. Lead. Combs Cutlery including some of those celebrated Wadr
I Kinlock. Brushes and
Agnes Shaving
Mandy Lanarda.11MN AND CAPS. Chrome Green & Butcher Razors!, Razor Straps
. Leadaon, Mm. HATS, and
F*-Mi 1 s Livery BOOTS, Chrome Yellow, Looking Glasses Pocket
2 Pocket
A James Mainard 2, MUn Fanny Cups, Albums holding front rMt
Mrs. Jacob Mickler, Mrs. Dr. R. G. )Ia's. Elizabeth MILITARY AND CIVILIANS Red and Black Paints, Memorandums,hundred pictures, Violin. Banjo anJ

.. Martin. Sarah F. Malnard, Sarah 3toseley, Louisa KIND, SHIRTS AND COLLARS.CROCKERY Linseed Oil Benzine. twelve to one Measures, from three to one huudred -

. Macel, Yrs JohnMacou.X ING OF ALL Plaster Paris, Whiting, \-c., &c. Guitar Strings t Meerschaum, Tape Pipes and Segar Holders. Rnb-
WARE lee ,
Rebecca Newson. WOODEN Needles Silver Thimbles :
Shades Crochet
Window ber Stems,
OUveros, I of Gold andSilver
John assortment
O-MN. fine
Mrs.Eve Pinkney, Susan Pcpeno, Liquid Blue, We have just received a fine Howard
r-Mrs.Penney, Petroleum, Heads, and a lot of those
,. '.J, Miss Lusey Piles, Miss Jane. Piles, 2, Mrs. Charlotte Plates, and Saucers, Congress Water, Watches, which give such splendid satisfaction.short notice ,.
repaired on
Vorcher.R John Rule, Tubs, Seidlitz Powders, Watches Clocks and Jewelry
Mrs. ,
IIV Roseman the coun-
Miss from
-llha Abley Baskets, Brooms, &c. Citrate of Magnesia, and satisfaction guaranteed.
&c. &c., Remem ,
| Robinson. making Root Beer, caretul attention.
)Its. P..J. Extract for and
will receive prompt
t-J Miss E. L. Slnxern Miss Ellen try Oak, on Ocean f'
SimmeniU-Lncy A.Mrs Sitley George, A. Sams, Mary M. Simmons. GROCERIES, June 10-tf - -- - --- ber the place, at the Old Stand of C. Julyl ,
Cathrine Taylor, 2, --- I street.
)dss &c.
Martha A. Thompson Black and Green, !
T Coffee, Teas, Dry Goods
Sarah Turner. Sugars,
Townsend -
Mr's j I
Sarah; Thomas
Groceries. :
V-Bridgett* Cill. ItIDDELL tt +
Martha Williams,I.uclodaWllliam8. Hardware, 1
W-lIiu,Sosan Emma Williams, Mrs. Nora Williams, Miss Complete sets of Cottage Furniture Stands, and, Bedsteads a generally Stationery, (Agents for Israel R. Seal)".) -

Termen WiUiz ma, S. Miss Jane Wilson, Mrs. Cathrine assorted stock,such as Wash Sofas. &c., with and Shoes.' IN
Chairs Boots
Walker, Miss Ellen Walker, and. Mattresses WHOLESALE
Wallace MM Annie other articles too numerous Ac., &(., .fcc.At ,
Walker fJPf'rsonll,Miss Selina calling Wright.: for amy of me above will please to mention. Wholesale and Retail ALES. AND""WINKS

.Adrtrtitd.? July 22.tf.BLANK S. SAMMIS &CO.,
:J+e particular say, E.. 11. nEED, postmaster. LADING FOR BALE Forwarding and Commission Merchant Imported and Domestic Liquors of ;

Jacksonville, Fla., Kinds and Qualities.No. .
Rice l' Rice AT THE UNION OFFICE. York, a fill all '
Biec soon to arrive from New Head f;. C.
RICE Just received on ff Expected 5, Merchant BovrHilton. .
Tierces prim .' -
Apply to PRINTINGNEATLY of Good*
111 and for sale. JOB f cargo tf. .
CODS\g"ment, 10.1865.
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:.:: : '
::: .thirty-five, "
-- words this act and the licenses
the broker under
.. assembled, therefrom rance herei
t I j! [OFFICIAL.] I That the the United act States entitled of"An.act America to in provide Congress internal revenue lien thereof the words "thirty-six.amended by inserting after the provided for shall take effect on the first day of Maj

of the United States interest on the That section fort'be the words : next.
Laws to successor,
; i to support the government, pay'' approved June wunls 'appoiutment: of a to the Secretary That section eighty-ono be amended by stnkintherefrom ..
PASSED AT TilE SECOND SESSION OF THE- public debt, and for other purposes, "Provided That in case it shall appear the words "seventy-three," and insertuiR
': be anc\thc tn
of the governmentshall
THIItTY-EIGIITIICONGRESS. thirtieth ,eighteen hundred and sixty-four, treasury that the Interest the words "seventy-four," and by
J.? hereinafter set forth, oftl:1' order direct raid i du- lieu thereof strikin
same is hereby, amended as he may. bhis vinters and ill tterr"
Mv.it.ire, of the said dcpinies out the words "to inserting lien
CHAVTKK LXXV. namely : tiestobeperfonuodby such other one of the words "nor vintners.!' ."

(a .\n Act making Appropriations for the support of the That section four be amended by thereof striking the out word the as he main such order designate.! be- 0 That section eighty-three. amended ly insertin"

C I .; Military Academy: for the year ending the thirtiethof word "five," and inserting in lieu 0 That section tifiv-two be amen
1 June, eighteen hundred and sixty six. i ii 11 tn.'> out after I fore the words "That all assessors! the the word words "within ten days from the twentieth day of ead
,i lit it ''mi"tf i by the Senate nn! ii'u"
'I "fth* l'Jl 'd State of America in Congress assemWril, I the words "within each of which the, the hall be a vacan- "deputies,'- the words "revenue agents word; "and," within" the word "said," and by striking out after thf

; That the following sums be, and the. same are hereby; retary of the Treasury,whenever there striking out after the word "charged' the words "ten days/()//7fi/ !7 the words "after demand
I shall appoint
appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not \ cy or the public interest shall require, one assistant and inserting in lien thereofthe word "or. after in writing delivered to him in person, or left at hi.
therwi!."> appropriated, for the support of the Military with the approval of the said: commissioner, fifty-three be amended by inserting
the district of I That section the house or place of business, or manufactory, or sent l.v.
: Academy for theear ending the thirtieth of June, assessor, who shall be a resident of the word tiller,1' whre it first occurs mail."

a ; eighteen hundred aud sixty-six.! ; said assessor," and inserting! in lieu thereof the shall words words: "before dialling any !spirits ;" by striking out That, section eighty-four be amended by striking enll

'. For pay of officer:*, instructors, cadets, and musicians! : "assessor! whenever there shall be a vacancy appoint after the word "any," and preceding th.; words "stillor the words!' 'eighty-first" and inserting in lieu ther
commissioner, one or after
thousand seven hundred with the approval of said "additional by striking out : .. .
ono hundred fifty-four I be resident of still," the wonls ; wouU"shall lli lH.- \ ird f; ..lnUSCCOluo. ,lIU 'ytrF.' ji1.;'; 1 iI"
shall :
and fift --*ix dollar! more assistant i! a e'sor! ( !f1, who a the word --used," and pri; eding-! the "' words) "eighty-fourth" and inserting in Hrn thenfirthe

For commutation of t>ub> :ellcl', four thousand onehundred such assessment district." be erected" the words "as aforesaid, and .tht-fifth."
the words ( ;
!sixty-one! <' dollar That section fourteen be amended by striking out in }lieu thereof the wordsfor distilling : and eighty-six be amended
inserting section hstrikizig
the words IIn-
in lieu of to officers' crvants, sixty word "fitly."andinserting; in lieu thereof wordshail bo erected.: the
Fur clothing :
pay I II : inserting after the the: words: "deposit at the time of!sale' ,after the word.

dollars. i "twenty-five. inserting W 0 1'(1"or used." trieghtfrom fie place of," and inserting: in hru th>r -
For current and ordinary expenses, as follows : repairs Thabcclioll twenty-five he amended by I b a mended by striking out I "
I dollars" thu I' That !section fifty-four of the word "ma n factl1rf', and( in the next follow m,,"
and forage, wora "four hundred thousand in li.-u thereof the .
'_ and improvement.fuel apparatus, after the and inserting '
the words "the same, ( the word .tLat where it
and first'eUrs
I dollars by striking Iut.
of paragraph
transportation, printing, words''and not exceeding one million and owning; the build-
I potage, telegrams stationery I I abo\e one I words ":mll owning the same, I and inserting! lIl1u,1t thereof word "the. '
clerks! miscellaneous and incidental expense-, and departments one eighth of one per centum on all Minis usedas a distillery and the land on which the be amended
of instruction, 1 ft --fil'Y'n thousand nine ,!I million dollars;" by inserting after the words: "'rcasonable 1 lUg and if the building or land is leased! That section eighty-seven by striking i \rafter
i 'accurately setting'1 the
I "adveitisiim and by sauic! \ the words wont "for
the word : ; strikingout
for and
hundred and dollars. charges the lease by
twenty-eveii I the terms and conditions () ; thereof the word "
'I of lihru one thousand out ah the fIrst proviso; and by striking out' in lieu thereof the and inserting in lieu "fourth. arm
For increase and ('xpcii*(! : r i striking the word "one, aud inserting words'description" of the manufactured
the word ".urther" in the second p-oviso.j after the mrticlt'
dollars. horses seventeen section twenty-six be amended by striking out word "time. inserting alter I ," by striking ont'the words "the proposed market
For forage for artillery and cavalry ) j That : That section fifty-five be aimnt-ndcd by; domestic. J
lieu thereof whether for'ignllr : and by j iuserting
in thn
and inserting words'I for same, -
word lien.: the
"apportionment,1 shall ho
thousand: dollars. I the the words ",;alc1 duties a awl proceeding
for and cavalry exer the word "appointment.'' I and adding at the end : after the word "assessor, thv
For: supplying horses; artillery the spirit distilled: and ; by word "or."
S amended by sinking! : I. 011 word ''assistant, the
That section twenty-eight be when made and
rise, one thousand ( : proviso the words! "except
For repairs of officers quarters, om' thousand! five out all after the enacting clause, and inserting iu lieu used of the in the manufacture: of vinegar;: or acetic acid in That section ninety be amended by striking f.U all

hundred dollars. thereof the word: "That each of said collectors shall, which vase the duties shall be collected on the basis of after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu then-'.i'

f For targets and battem-s for artillery C'xrrd'5C'.on(' : within twenty days after receiving his annual collection the actnalroof :' the following : "That any p-jrson:! firm, company

hundred dollars. list from the assessors, give notice, by advertisement That section fifty-six bo amended by adding at the corporation, now or hereafter engaged in the mannlecture

For furniture lor hospital:; for cadets two hundred I' published iii each county in his collection district end of the section the following words, to wit : "andin of tobacco, snuff, or cigars oi any description

dollars. in one newspaper printed in such county if any; all sales of spirits hereafter made, where not otherwise whatsoever shall be, and hereby is, required malt

For annual repairs gal1il1es and retorts, three such there be, and by notifications to be posted! up in specially agreed, a gallon shall he taken to be a out and deliver to theassistaut assessor of the asses*

]hundred dollars. II at least four public places in each county in his collection gallon of first proof, according to the standard set forth ment district a true statement or inventory of the quantity

For warming apparutns for academic and other ,: district, that the said duties have become due and and declared for the inspection and gauging of spirits of each ofthe different kinds of tobacco, snnff.

buildings, teu thousand dollar i i payable, and state the time and place within said county throughout the United States." flour, snuff, cigars, tin-foil, licorice. and stems:; held or

For building public wharf, five thousand dollars. I at which he or his deputy will attend to receive the That section fifty-seven be amended by striking out owned by him or them on the first day of January ot

f 11 I For quarters for subaltern officers, one thousand five same, which time shall not be less than ten days after the words "twenty-five," in the last proviso and inserting each year, or at the time of commencing business under

hundred dollars. I I such notification. And if any person, shall neglect to "fifty' in its place ; and by; adding to'tho said this act setting forth what portion of said good

For fire: apparatus, three thousand dollars. pay as aforesaid, for more than ten days, it shall be provi-othe following words, "and distilled from applesor was manufactured or produced by him or them, and

DEC. 2-. ...1)1(111( it 'furtllf'enactcfJ., That section four of I the duty of the collector or his deputy to issue to suchnerson peaches: shall pay one dollar and fifty cents per gal w i at was purchased from others, whether chewing
acts of the first session notice to be left at his dwelling or usual
chapter forty-five of the public : a } lon." smoking. fine-cut shorts pressed, plug snuff-flour, i-r
I I of the thirty-eighth congress relating to cadets "found place of business or be sent by mail, demanding the That section.fifty nine be amended by striking out prepared'BRuff, or cigars;which statement or iuventon

deficient,"is hereby repealed. payment of said duties or taxes stating the amount the words "so inspected and," and also "forthwith," shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of such person

Approved, March 2. 185.(; thereof with a fee of twenty cents for the issuing and in the last clause of the first sentence ; and by addingto or persons, and be in manner and form aspreschb
I II service of such notice, and with four cents for each *' the
the said sentence alter the word "warehouse. ed by the commissioner internal revenue ; and every

CHAPTKRLXXVI.An I mile actually and necessarily travelled in serving the words "before the day prescribed by law for making such person, company or corporation shall keep in ;

J Act to establish, the Office of Solicitor and Naval same. And if such person shall not pay the duties or return of the same ;" and by striking out the words book, in such manner and form as said corociisaionfr

I Judge Advocate. taxes, and the fee of twenty cents and mileage as "one hundred," and inserting in lien thereof the words may prescribe, au accurate alcount of all the ar

Be it enacted l>y the Senate and House of Representatives aforesaid, within ten days after the service or the 'three hundred." aforesaid thereafter purchased by him or them, ct
United States (f America in Congress assembled, I sending by mail of such notice, it shall be the duty of out t
: fthe That section t--oue be amended by striking quantity tobacco, snuff, snuff-flour, or cigars, o
I That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized the collector or his deputy to collect the said duties or after the words "aud all"the, words "refined coal oil," whatever description sold, consumed, or (

I to appoint by and with the advice and consent of the I taxes, and fee of twenty cents and mileage, with a and inserting in lien thereof the words "distilled or refined consumption or sale, or emoved from rmove( <>f

Senate, for service during the rebellion: and ono year penalty often per centum additional upon the amount coal oil, distillate benzoin or benzole ;'' also by inserting manufacture ; and he or they shal on or before th,

!' '- thereafter, an officer in the Navy Department, to be I duties. And with respect to all such duties or taxesas after the word "warehouse," and before the tenth day of each month, the assistant aaso

ailed the "Solicitor and Naval Judge Advocate General are not included in the annual lists aforesaid, and words "and no drawback," the following words, "and sor of the district a true and accurate copy of the tii

," at an annual salary of three thousand five hundred all taxes and duties the collection which is not pro- the same fees shall be paid for exports as are chargedto in said book during the proceeding month, whidi
cb close of the fiscal vided in this act it shall be the duty of each collector ties
dollars! and that until the year for exporters for like services in the customhouse ; shall be verified by oath or affirmation: ; and in

it ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, in person or by deputy, to demand payment thereof and by inserting after the words "redistilled," and before rase copy the duties shall not be paid withi five days a:1
lhe salary herein provided for shall be paid from any in the manner last mentioned, within ten days the words "for export" the words "or canned." demand thereof, the said may, on ono day ,

:- ) .' money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. and after receiving the list thereof from the assessor, That ;section sixty-eight be amended by inserting after notice distrain for the same, with ten1 per ceutum
tt ,, it (U.tlICladed That the fees for within twenty days from and after the expiration of at
SEC. 2.l d le or the word "suits" the words"and shall be deemed ditional on the amount thereof, subject to all the provisions
V courts martial shall not in the time within which such duty or tax should have
record in naval ( anyone of misdemeanor and be subject to imprisonment to licenses asscsmepayment :
.%4 annual other duties shall not guilty a of law relating retrs, :
and if the or
ease exceed the sum of two hundred dollars. been paid; 7' and that the
not exceeding one
for fines
such demand a erm year ; of taxes, liens, ,nndforeitrel
and after
4 .\lproycdlardJ 2, 1H 5. be paid within ten days trom deputies uroviso to said section be amended by adding after thewords not inconsistent herewith in the case of mann -
lawful for such collector or
shall be
-- therefor. it "forfeiture shall have'' the word ''ben"and ;lures and such duty shall be paid by the manufacturer -
collect the said duties or taxes, ;
CHAPTER LXXVU. I to proceed to
.j by striking out the word "the" where it occurs the the for whom the goods are manufactured -
I An Act top1'oville Ways and Means for the Support of ;with ten per centum additional thereto, as aforesaid, second time before the word "nature." J or person deem best for the collection of
and sale of the goods, chatties, or effectsof 4 as assessor may
Government 1 distraint t tIny
the by
And in of That section seventy-four be amended by striking out 1 the revenue : Provided, That it s all be the duty t>f
I He it eniitftl by the Senate and J/ou."e f Reprefentalirts I the persons delinquent as aforesaid. case the word "or" after the word "with," and inserting in manufacturer or vendor of tin-foil or other material -
United ti'aies Amerira in Congress assembled' distraint it shall be the duty of the officer charged with "
f of and out the
j lieu thereof, the word "one ; by striking used in covering manufactured tobacco, on demand
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby the collection to make, or cause to be made, an accountof "
the license is
which words "and hold the same produced, ;st officer of internal revenue, to render to such
authorized to borrow from time to time, on the the goods or chatties distrained, a copy of any ,
and inserting in lieu thereof the words "and the assessor officer correct statement, veifcfied by oath or affirtnation
of the United States in addition to the amounts signed by the officer making such distraint, shall be I a
-redit ,
the has occurred
: of the district so zure of the quantity and amount of tin foil or other
_ heretofore authorized, sums not exceeding in the left with the owner or possessor of such goods, ,
;;;_ any usual of may, on ten days' notice, published in any newspaperin material sold or delivered to any person or person*
issue his her dwelling, or place
and to
aggregate fix hundred millions of dollars, or effects or at or the
suitable and discre- the district or served personally on peddler, or named in such demand ; and in case of refusal or neglect -
notes of the United States, business with some age
therefor bonds or treasury person show
such to
at his dwelling-house, require peddler of to belie\
of the to render such statement, or course
with note sum
and much thereof tion if such can be found a
-1 in such form as he may prescribe; so any if he has why the horses, wagon, and con-
and of sale and the cause, any such statement to be incorrect or fraudulent, the assessor -
denominations and the time place ;
be Issued in bonds shall be of demanded,
as may bundle basket seized shall not be forfeited
tents, pack or so district an examination of person -
notification to be of the may cause
forthwith a
shall cause
and be made payable said officer
not less than fifty dollars may where. ; and, in case no sufficient cause is shown, the books and to be made in the same man
within the papers
t a: any period not more than forty ;years from date of published in some newspaper county direct a forfeiture and issue an order to
assessor may the fourteenth section ot this act
__ made if there is published ner as provided in
of is a newspaper
issue or be made redeemable, at the pleasure in said distraint ,
may the collector or to any deputy collector of the districtfor tobacco snaff.Dr .
That manufactured ,
less than in said county or to be publicly posted up at Provided, further.
the at after period not
government, or any forfeited and half
the sale of the property so : one domestic manufacture or imported -
than from date, or the if there be one within five miles, nearestt cigars, whether
rive nor more fortyf'aJ'!> may postoffice
years of the of the
of the after
same, payment expenses pro- without the duty.
transferred paymenrof
be made redeemable and payable as aforesaid, as maybe the residence of the person whose property shall be may be ,
the officer the
shall be paid to making seizure
expressed their face, and so much thereof distrained and in not less than two other public to a bonded warehouse established in conformity wit
upon and the other half thereof to the collector for the use of under such rules aDt
may be issued in trcasnrnote8 may be made covertible places, which notice shall specify the articles distrained law aud treasury regulations,
be of and for the sale thereof, shall not the United regulations and upon the execution of s
and time
into any bonds authorized by this act, may and the place That section seventy nine be amended by insertingin c tonsprtton
I. inch denominations less than fifty dollars-and be less than ten nor more than twenty days from the date bonds or other security a the SecretI- ,
after the words "claim
bear such dates and be made redeemable or payable of such notification, [and] the place proposed for tale the first paragraph, agents, may prescribe, said bonds or securit)

_ I at such periods as in the opinion of the Secretary of not more than five miles distant from the place of the words "patem agents ; by striking out, in" the to be taken by the collector of the district from which
the words "carrying such and
the Treasury may be deemed expedient. And the in- making such distraint. And in any case in which any same paragraph on such removal is made ; aud may be transported from
in lieu thereof the words "may on th
inserting carry for
terest on such bonds shall be payable semi-annually; person, bank, association, company, or corporation required ; such a warehouse to a bonded warh.ouse
in the the words
and on treasury notes authorized by this act the interest ,by law to make return to the commissioner of by striking out same" paragraph "may storage; of merchandise and any port of entry,and mayO
such business Provided That license
: no
annually, internal shall refuse or neglect to make such bonded warehouse for consnmi"
may be made payable scmi-annually, or revenue ) witdraw
interest within the time specified, the amount of circulation shall hereafter issue until the managers ofa lotterynowexisting of the or removed for export t<-
or at muturity thereof; and the principal, or return dut
shall give bond in the sum of one thousand \
in other lawful and or either shall be estima- of duty, in conformity
or both, may be made payable in coin or deposit, capital foreign country
such license
that the receiving shall not
I money; Provided, That the rate of Interest on any ted by the proper assessor or assist- t assessor, and person with the provisions of law relating to the removal

such bonds or treasury notes, when payable in coin, shall be certified by him to the commissioner. And in sell any ticket. or supplementary ticket of uch lottery of distilled spirits, al the rules, regulations, and

shall not exceed six per centum per annum; and when all "cases in which the person, bank, association, company which has not been duly stamped according to law ; by conditions of whic so as applicable, shall appI.*

not payable in coin shall not exceed seven and three or corporation required by law to make paymentof inserting, in" paragraph nine, after the words "other to tobacco, snuf cigars in bonded warehouse. Aidao !

tenths per centum per annum; and the rate and char taxes to the commissioner, shall neglect or refuse to securities the words "for themselves or others; by < in any case be allowed upon acy

actcr of interest shall be expressed on all such bonds make such payment within the time required, the commissioner striking from said paragraph the words "and shall manufactured tobacco, snuff, or ciT upon which au;

or treasury notes: And provided further, That the act shall certify the amount of tax duo by such make oath or affirmation, according to the form to be excise duty has been paid, either before or alter i 1.i..
commissioner of
the internal
entitled "An act to provide ways and means for the person, bank, association, or corporation, with all the prescribed by revenue been placed in bonded warehouse.-'
all their transactions made for
that are
support of the government, and for other purposes," penalties, additions. and expenses acciuing, to the col- a com section be amended by striking on f
mission by striking out the proviso at the end of That ninety-one
hundred and sixty- lector of the district who shall collect the same ; there
June thirtieth I
eighteen proper in lien
I .: by adding to ill after the enacting clause, and inserting
". paragraph "twenty-eight ; paragraph
_ $ I r, S four, shall he RO construed as to authorize the issue:; of ; by distraint and sale, as in other cases.nd the same "That all manufactured tobacco
"Provided sfthe following :
thirty-two the following proviso : further
3 : bonds of any description authorized by this act. Aud proceedings may be had to enforce the collection of of domestic manufacture ormported.
Li- between the of and snuff or
That no man ages twenty forty- ,
notes or other obligations bearing intcrost taxes which have already accrued and which still remain cigr removed
J .;.. any treasury! five who is not enrolled for military duty or regularly before the same is 'used or .
under act of at the discretion And if bank, association, sbal Inspector -
;;\ t : issued any congress!! may unpaid. any person be inspected and weighed by an
'fo'C from enrollment or draft for phisical disability For consumption,
!: : .. of the. Secretary of the Treasury, and with the company, or corporation, liable to pay any duty, shall exempted un&erthe fifty-eighth section of u..
shall be entitled to license as a appointed
a peddler.
I[ t, consent of the holder, be converted into any descrip- neglect or refuse to pay the same after demand, the amendment wlio shall mark or
of which this is an
out all paragraph "forty-nine and ict to
lion bonds authorized by this act; and no bonds so amount shall be a lien in favor of the United States By striking containing
;: authorized 11 he considered a part of the amount of from the time it was due until paid, with the interests, inserting in lieu thereof the following, to wit : iffix a stamp upon the box or other package to be prescribed
S nine. Miners shall for each and such tobacco, snuff, or cigars,in a manner
hundred millions hereinbefore authorized. penalties, and costs that may accrue in addition thoreto 'Forty pay everylicense denoting .
,1 : internal revenue
often dollars. firm the
s :, SEC. 2. And Ite. it furl her rnaited, That the Secretary upon all property and rights to property; and the collec- the sum Every person business'of or by and the weight
form of tobacco
who shall employ others in the : the kind or
<>f the Treasury may dipose of any of the bonds or tor, after demand, may levy or by warrant may autho- company and the
t other obligations issued! under this act, either in the rize deputy collector to levy upon all 'property and I mining for coal, or for gold, silver, copper, lead, iron, such package, with the date inspection shall nany
Sr. .. other minerals not taken of The fees of such inspector I
outa the
zinc having inspector.
bank association spelter, or
such ,

& United States or elsewhere, in such manner, and at rights property belonging to person, manufactured
.r, think or on which the said lieu license asa manufacturer, and no other, shall be regarded cases be paid by the owner of the toba'lco
such rates, and under such conditions, as ho may company or corporation, aid weighed.
advisable, for coin, or for other lawful money of the exists, for the payment of the sum duo as aforesaid with as a miner under this act : Provided That this : snuff, or cigars, so inspected of box or

United States, or for any treasury notes, certificates of interest and penalty for non-payment and also of such shall not apply to any miner whose receipts from his the; penalties for the fraudulent marking and any for any

j indebtednes ,'br certificates deposit, or other repreentatives further sum as shall be sufficient for the fees,costs, and mine shall not exceed annually one thousand dollars. other package of tobacco, snuf or cigars, tobacct-.

I i.- of value, which have been or maybe issued expenses of such levy. And in all cases of sale, the "Fifty." A license often dollars shall be requiredof fraudulent attempt to duties on iu man

'- -.. under any act of congress and may, at his discretion, certificate of such sale by the collector shall have the every person, firm, or company, engaged in thecarrying snuff, or cigars, so inspected by changing 'any the '
: L the hundred and or delivery of money, valuable papers, orany aer the package or the marks thereon, sha11- sas
: .t $ tt- issue bonds or treasury notes authorized by this act, in same effect as is prescribed by one ty
__ amend- articles for or doing an express: business, whose are provided in relation to distilled
payment for any requisitions for materials or supplies nineteenth section; of the act to which this is an pay the passage
; after
: fl exceed the of six all manufactured
therefrom Gum hundred laws. And
and officers of companies or gross receipts ing
department And alt cgar
: which shall have Veen made by the appropriate ment. persons Andannanufactureil >_
C, I or officers upon the treasury of the United corporations are required, on demand of a collector or dollars per annum. But one licence fee of ten oHMs act b packed in boxes.whether et
: distrainedon dollars shall be required from any one person, firm, or tobacco, and cigars! :
? States, on receiving notice in writing through the dcparment deputy collector about to distrain or having 8ut o s t"
WI .4 _. or office making the requisition, that the any property and rights of property, to exhibit all company, in respect to all the business to be done by domestic manufacture Impore ,* hcn shallor "or" -im

-J J JJ r4Ldt r4.r.1 owner of the claim for which the requisition is issued books containing or supposed to contain evidence or such.person., firm, or company,on a continuous route, pass out of the hands of the manufacturer witht'Ut wei

dealres to subscribe for an amount of loan that will statements relating to the subject subjects cf dis- and the payment of such license fee shall cover all porter, except into a bonded warehouse, inspector

cover sa d requisition, or any part thereof; and all traint, or the property or rights of property business done upon such route by such person, firm, i, inspection marks or stamps affixed forfeited.by the and sw

._. bonds or other obligations issued under this act shall liable to distraint for {tho tax so duo as aforesaid or company, anywhere iu the United States ; and such unless otherwise provided, shall be one
the license fee shall be required only from the principal in be seized wherever found, and shall be sold, MJ
{ It.: be exempt from taxation by or under state or munici : Provided, That in any case of distraint for the informer,
such business and not from subordinate. of the proceeds of such sale to be paid to
pal authority..Sue. : payment of the duties' or taxes aforesaid, the goods, chat- any The commissioner

k 3. And be it further enacted, That all the provision tels, or effects so distrained shall and may be restoredto 'Fifty-one. Substitute brokers shall pay one hundred and the other moiety to the United Sttes. accoani:
-- '* :'4 of the and prior to the sale payment dollars for each and every license, and in addition internal revenue shall keep
Ei i\t- act entitled "Au act to provide ways the owner possessor and MIinspectors
I. Ui J means for the support of the government, and for other of the amount due or tender thereof shall be made to thereto ten dollars for each substitute procured by all stamps delivered to the several inspectors all ;

_-: j j 1- purpose," approved June thirtieth eighteen hundred the proper offices charged with the collection of the him and actually mustered into the military service of shall also keep an account of s jjf-]
_: ,",-. and sixty-four, in relation to forms inscriptions, full amount demanded, together with such fee for levy- the United States Every person who shall furnish or them used or placed upon boxes containing and f

fi .., devices, and the printing, attestation, sealing, signing ing, and such sum for the necessary and reasonable offer to furnish for pay, fee, or reward, volunteers, representative of all tobacco, snuff, and cigars inspected for whom w

-- : and counterfeiting thereof, with such others as are applicable expenses of removing, advertising, and keeping [the] recruits, or substitutes for men drafted or name of the person firm, or company the assessor 0

i : 1 <; ,shall apply to the bonds and other obligations goods, chattels or effect so distrained, as may be prescribed liable to be drafted, for the military or naval service of same were so inspected, and return to account oi :t

'- r issued under this act: Provided, That nothing herein by the commissioner of internal revenue ; but incase the United States, shall be deemed a substitute broker the' district a separate and distinct 011 e

.- .'-t 3_ ,-, .. contained shall be construed as authorizing the issue of non-payment tender as aforesaid, the said under this act:, Provided, however, That persons appointed same; and also return to the said commissioner*

I :- legal-tender notes in any form; and a sum, not exceeding officers shall proceed to sell the said goods, chattels, by any state, county, city, township or district -! mand all stamps not otherwise accounted of or'Ia'ViejTigive ) -

_d ... :- one per centum of the amount of bonds and or effects at public auction, and shall and may retain I ,or the officers thereof, to procure the enlistment a bond for a faithful performance return te
.. volunteers orsubstitutes to fill the quota of such which be assigned to
other obligations issued under this act, is hereby appropriated from the proceeds ofsuch sale the amount demandable ties to hetnay > i ceiihands. "

''.J to pay,the expense of preparing and isu-: for the use of the United States, with the necessary and state, county, city, township, or district, for the military count for all stamps which may be i

lag the same, anJ deposing thereof. reasonable expenses of distraint and sale, and a commission service ofhe United States, under the call of the ."

:",-, Approved, March 3, 1865. of five per centum thereon for his own use, President of the United States, shall not be considered --

_, rendering the overplus, it any there be, to the person substitute brokers : And provided, further, That such

pj;. CHAPTER utxvm. whose goods chattels. or effects shall have been' dis-< person or agent shall receive no compensation except NOW PREP
ii An act to amend an act entitled "An Act to provide trained: Provided, further, That there shall be exempt that which is given by such state, county, town, city, or 'RKRS. E. HUDNALL and ted

__ ii Internal Revenue to support the Government, to from distraint the toolls or implements of a trade or district. 11 to accommodate transient will per J-
Table> : ,
and and house- 0'Fifty.two. Insurance brokers shall pay twenty-five Boarders at reasonable rates. .Her
r pay Interest the Public. Debt, and for other purposes profession, one cow, arms, provisions, aftortbBOOP1 8
# approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred hold furniture kept for use, school-books, and apparel i I dollars for each license. Any person who shall nego- pled wt the best the market

for a family." tiate or procure insurance in behalf another personor .
and necessary
.! lxty-fonr.
k fie. it enacted by the Ztnatc and llouft cf Krprcscntai'icesnf That section thirty-eight be amended by striking party for which he shall receive any pay, commis Jacksonville, Fla., May 20. lfl



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