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: March 18, 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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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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THE FLORIDA UNIONIS from them, and'in a short ace of time the several other officers and the various forces Capture of Charlottesviile,.Va... .

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY flames were progressing furiously and rapidly t that took part in the affair, but we are admonished ,
down both sides of the street destroying that it might give useful information by Sheridan.THE .
in' their
everything -career. 'to the enemy. Suffice it to say,that:we
: All was confusion-no one knew what to have ample forces to meet any such attack REBEL'GENERAL EARLY A

Two Dollars per Annum In Advance.No do or could imagine what was to be done. of the,enemy ; that the men behaved with PRISONERS

Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. The scene'at this stage'of affairs is said to unflinchin and enthusiastic courage; that

Single copies five cents. have been an awfully terrific one. Loud explosions no distinction could be gained by any one Stanton to General Dlx. j .

ADV&ETISEMENTS Twenty-five cents per line each were continually filling the air; the for gallantry, so Perfect was the courage and WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHWGTOX, March 5, 1865.
m ertion. residences and ground were shaken as if by zeal of all. To Major General Dix, New York,1"

Advertisements not specifying time will be marked an earthquake, and the vast columns of smoking We have beaten the enemy again in Flori- The following despatches in relation te the
t f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly flame rising to the heavens from diffe- da and driven them from our soil, and with V
rent parts of the city-all tended to make the reported defeat and capture of General Early r
Book, Job and Card Printing of every variety neatly help of God, if it is in the power of man
executed at the UNION office. upon the mind of the beholder an ineffaceable to keep them from ravaging our homes, our by General Sheridan and the capture Char-

/ -- ------_'-- -- -- ,---- impression of mingled horror and grandure. men will not permit them to do it. lottsvillc have been received b}' the depart
NEWS BY FLAG-OF-TRUCE. Nothing of any account was saved from At the time of our writing the Yankees ment. .,

the devouring element. Goods, provisions, have re-embarked on their transports a few
and furniture, moved to a supposed place of of which remain in the bay opposite the General Sheridan and his force'commenced' '

The Rebels trying make security"were burned as the fire progressed.The Light House. their movement last Monday, and.f.were at

distance' on Main Street burned over INCIDENTS OP TILE BATTLE Staunton when last heard from. Major Gen-'
Sherman Defeated. is about a mile and a half. Dr. Reynold's The enemy were commanded by General .
house is the only one left standing betweenthe Newton. I eral Hancock was placed in charge of the .

section known as Cotton Town and the : Two deserters were shot, after trial by Middle Military Division during the absence -
Stories set Afloat to make their I
More State House. court martial General Sheridan
who were captured in Yankee headquarters at Win-
Cause look :Brighter. The fire also extended from two to five uniforms One of them was recognized as chester. E. M. STANTONSecretary,

blocks east of Main Street, destroying everyI I the man who shot the Adjutant of the 2d of War.
thing inits, course. Florida Cavalry at the time of his desertion.

Particulars of the Fight NearSt. The entire' business portion of the city, is Col. J. J. Daniel had a leg and arm injuredby General Grant to Secretary Btantoii. '
in ruins. a fall from his horse.
Marks CITY POINT, VA., March o-11 A. 31.
The that General Wade
report Hampton'shouse The number of the
enemy were variously Hon. E. M. STATION '
Secretary of War :
etc., etc., etc. was burned is incorrect. Some of the estimated at from 1400 to 2000, four'hundred Deserters in this -
morning report that Sheridan
Federal 'I
officers complemented him "a of
as whom whites
Lake Columbian, March 15.] were among them about had routed Early and "
(From the City brave and' toned captured ChaT'i
high man, and would not one hundred deserters. i
lottsville. .
Sherman Checked. permit his place to be. injured. Col. Pres- The' Kilcrease They report four regiments' bay'ing
Artillery Patrick
Latest accounts leave but little doubt that, ton's house was also saved,. Houston and Captain I gone from here: (Richmond) to reinforce ,
Dunham's Battery ,Capt. Duq- U. S. GRANT '
l Early. Lieutenant
Sherman has been checked in his march upon The railroads about'Colunbia; in all directions ham, acted in the most gallant' style, dealing GEN. GRANT'S SECOND ; -

Richmond by superior strategy:on; the part of to the',,are place.have torn up.been,ATI'tlie burned.* .tiIidgeg"lc ding death and destruction to the'invaders, and POINT, VA., March DESPATCH1'CITY 5-2 P.: M..

N. contributing largely to the result of the battle. Hon,,E. M. STANTON
at of
Gen. Beauregardwho was All foundries and machine shops have The Cadets from the Florida State Seminarywere Deserters Secretary War. : -
C. the 27th ult. The indications were been destroyed. from every point of the enemy's:
on in the fight, and behaved in,,the most lines confirm the of Charlotteville *
that Sherman was endeavoring to make It is stated that the country around the gallant manner. Their praise is on the lips by General Sheridan.capture i
city has been stripped aft the eatables and of all who took part in the They ,say he". <
his way to Wilmington, lying in an easterly transportation. All the horses and fight. captured General Early and nearly h entire'

direction and distant 150 miles. If he could the city have. been taken. Planter carriagesin if they i this Twenty-four city last prisoners Wednesday were evening brought, Two.to Four force, consisting'of eighteen,hundred men; ,: -.

Charlotte it is believed that our have succeeded in brigades were reported as being sent to
not capture saving. anything cannot whites and the balance negrqes. One of the to .
Lynchburg, there before
get Ge'nrieraT
forces will be strong enough give him bat bring inr The citizens are said to be in avcry'destitute. whites is a Lieutenant. Sher4ian.lfposslble. .: '
on'diti unless relief .: :
tle and possibly defeat him or break up hisarmy is soon.obtained 'there l-will be. .great some suffer- Miftcellaneoos'lVewB. V. V U. S. GBANT, Lieutnahti:General,i 'j' .

before it can reach the sea coast. Gen ing and deaths from starvation; :* .. --- -. s -- ..".

Joseph E,. ;Johnson is now in command: of .The Treasury:.Department''and Banks are On Thursday last-it V was' .discovered that THE WAR IK:
removed an attempt hAd i been made to.bum'.the :Anci- 'FLORIDA..1
to_ Charlotte., Both! the
all North and South.Caolins ] newspapers
our la
,,it is said, removed, ,a p9'tion.of their, trestle"on*,' .the!rPensacola-and; OOft&ilroad. ; : 'i; "-
with Be>uregard,H ar dee. ,.and,',Bragg'lUnder,: stock to the same ce. -.-, ; The damage was>)lighX not"enough A Raid into the interior and Itg,Resnlta., ,

him. Things are beginning to, 'take'an;agreeable I There were po stores'oiled up in the streets to also stop the trains. The telegraph"'wire was A'party consisting a
and in : and burned as has heretofore been! cut at the trestle This'isu supposed to 3rd'and 85th III. S. C. T. left '' '
satisfactory turn the Carolinas, _. reported.* t be the, ,.work of deserters, and.may have'been Jackson vjn oK: ..

as in the( Revolution. of '76., a part tt the programme of the eneiayrrto prevent Thursday the 7th inst., on. an expedition! -into ,
[From the Floridian and JournaL] J ... ,
troops from being! brought up from the Rebeldom. They landed on the morning ,
Battle of
ktheJtatural Bridge** .
Stirring:Rumor East ta'take a hand in the late '
fight/ of the 8th at
Orange:Mills. ,
There are stirring rumorsafloat! _. [,, and i Our city has been in.a considerable state.of The party -here ,
excitement';far'the: pastiifew days. At nine 'Thefollowirl' a list of casualties'among divided, a portion going by Toats and a p or-
vouched for,as reliable more important than o'clock.on..SaturdaY.nightMast the Yankee officers Every officer !tioii'by:land to Pil fore f
news was re engaged oposite tka., they] .,
any that have,reached us in a longtimet; ceived in Tallahassee that the; Yankees, :,1400 in the fight at Natural: Bridge was either f again'tinited arid "'1' .. .....uc": .._
proceeded the
and although,it.issahl that. full credit Is. given stronghad.lahded.frdm'their: fleet at the St. killed, wounded or taken prisoner;, Gates up river 3 .to. #';

them in Tallahassee who Marks,Li$ht,House,.and were marching. Krr.T.F.D-Lieuk ,. Fort where they landed andstruckput,
by persons areor Pearson ; Major>Lin; ""into the interior. f --
the direction
of Newport that the Confederate
well in all ; coin ; Adjutant in Command + ". ,
ought to be posted public events ; Captains Trarcy '
V forces in that neighborhood,'under the and They soon reached the
Carpenter( Lieuts. and plantation Of;jIr.
Murphy Moore
we advise our readers not put too much- command of Col.,G.W. Scott,.were gallantly ; ;.J ..J'
confidence in them. The first is that General I opposing them and checking their'advance, "WOUNDED. -Brig. General John Newton, Mason. Here they found two.rebel soldiers,:;
and that their e.arm and thigh; Col. Townsend, mortally. planting whom they made risoners.
Lee has met and defeated General Grantin object was, probably: to p They,
: a forced march: upon T lahassee.and ,burn We learn that a.few days ago all the also Secured'fi e taiid'of; a' rms." :'T ey next '.
the lines around and I .
Petersburg captured
!.and destroy the place, or turn .the ,batteriesat I men from the;: plantation .of.!Hon. 'PhIllIp visited the plantation of'Mr.'Marsh $ere
between 15,000 and 20,000 prisoners i with avery St.Marks and take sessio' Dell : .
permanent n about thirteen miles west of Waldo, they captured twd' "
'small loss on our side. and establish themselves there. ;stampeded on mules to the enemy: .at ,Jack, more : ;horse,,, "
The second is that several Eorppean The alarm was given and the,note of preparation sonville. -II 'one mule, and six stand ;of*,arms. Afl&eV ,
jpow.rere : *" ***
I sounded throughout the whole city S G. plantation of MK:'Wiiiia iheyicap'tured1two
have recognized the independence o'f'the ,and county, and was extended to the: other, Officers of the Srar/df Tennessee are or contrabands and : :; .

Southern Confederacy. Good; but not too counties. The Militia were ordered, out.and :dered to.report to Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, in tone'horse.- ,They' then .
command of the armies of that struck the bridge over the Ocklawaha -
good we hope to be true. ? f: an unanimous and invincible response wmade department. .
to the call. Every man and:,boy capa:: where they'encountered pickets o'elong--',

-pie of bearing arms was at his post. Never, .. V ing to Capt.''House's company;who fled Vo 1

Late Northern Papers. since the ,first commencement of the 'war, The roads.from .Chester to Charlotte''are Col. Marshes' : .

We neglected last week to.return.acfaoowl-, havathe people exhibited a erreater sn 1it. ,'in.' a frightful condition;, and would Seriously. plantation- where they were

edgement for New York and ''Washington One company of cavalry marched nearly 'impeae, 4 any movement. overtaken and snot V < ; iAt

J sixty_milesIn i twent- our hours. Others The' urean,of Conscription, to this place they'made a haul of 21 horses
of according
papers February 12 and 13 received byflay ,
marched foot
on thirty and miles
forty advices from Richmond, is to be abolished,, and 'mules'with their epuipments, and 75
**-of truce from Jacksonville, brought overtake their companies who had gone head 'Gen. Lee is said to have recommended
--- -*- j-*+* / contrabands andf"burned, "
i and in a short time. sufilcient force 75 hogsheads ''of sugar 'k ,
through by Capt.Simmonsper fapor-bf CaptMbpre. /,1 ', very : jWason .
Upon examination find them the way.to the scene of action to meet any 350 barrels of syrup, 400 barrels of whir; ';
we : force-the enemy''had there. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.FLAGOFTRUCE. key, and the'still and -
sugarworks ThsvaS"ccomplished
filled with,articles ,quite,singular in, character Coir Scot'was hardly pressed, by the enemy f ,. V

boasting:over recent successes, and evidently and,retired: to Newport ,and?,burned, the by tkru-TM1i The rest of'thePAY.had l

.trying to delude themselves and their, bridge there. The enemy,finding.it impossible .-A flag-of-truce came been left to guard the bridge. The tJl* V

readers to force a passage of the river at that from the other side on Thursday'last bring- expedition set put on its return AtLake*V'
into belief -
a that the
rebellion. is, place, marched, the'direction of 'the Natural ing some fifty persons, men women and chil- Church Hill they were overtaken ., .
crushed and the ,war ended. Perhaps by Bridge.Reinforcements. .
dren. Courtesies,in the way'of exchange of House's cavalry;numbering some 32., V 3
this having,arrived at Afight
titnIaYhave: received intelligence, ,of ,
not so favorable 'on Monday morning our forces encountered the, .papers and other civilities were exchanged. .took;place which lasted about two hours.,
a character
r ; enemy at the, Natural-Bridge, about seven.or. rheideath: of Lieut._ Col. AIb n.-:.:H. Wit=J The"rebels were defeated With<:Skilled VV

r eight! miles ab6ye:: ; ewport; on the St Marks i coxson, Seventeenth Connecticut Yoliihteers; :andtwa:wounded. Th:lossfonoa: tie-ifgg V
From Columbia; ,.S,.C., r ,,,11J' ..river., .yhej"jtid'n.Jasted for,i veraljhQ'iirsywhen I,at;rr[ 11 .h .some ten is $ u; '
jdaysago tilled
*''announced. one two:wounded:
Soon The
alter.the enemy entered the ciWy they i tJie.enemYJwere: completely't repulsed' r' I ttastialt y:'r
commenced destroying,the public prbpeityl,: and4riYen-laek 'to .their'gunbpats it ra';1. f .;. "". on.ouf;aidewas: occasiaiied by'the treat helyl : .
Tho depots and Arsenals losspff4Q0jM} f 'dsb'tf&: :.r::! .' .,' J of ,
:wet o-blownp and ; TO ... rU. rebel who had surrendered and aft ,"
the In : ; S.biAxsllALS''SAL: ,- '' r-
buildings in the suburbsWhick contained; the tidnuwe"osti ;three Jiilledt t and By reference to1 terwards fired

the public stores were fired. Some four' or twentY- wounded.:..'Among the. killed. ;:we our advertising columns it will be .noticed upon his captors, killing-bne. l i

tive of them were in a blaze at'the same'time. are sorry Lto' mention'Ga t H.- K; Simmons', t there, are to be.extensive 'sales|6f' and'wounding another., The party' 'succee .; r: V red

Late in the afternoon a:pile of cotton in the of-the.SdFla;"Cavalry,, a brave and skilful' cpnficated.propertyin %- in crossing:the St.Johns.river and: reach: -

middle of the street Just above the Congaree officer V ., :Jacksonville and, Fernandina !J 'lug St. Augnstine'on1Snriday'the: 12thwitfr::, .

House, took, fire. The wind was blowing Gen, Saml, Jones was early;, upoI ;the field t .in tthe course of:a;few weeks. all their
very strong from the'e slward-'the timk- j and.has.proven himself,an.able.officer. That -. .. booty except five !mules-and two
Some the fire brave' Gen Miller :command ;prisoners;who:were lost in'tne,
say was caused,py the careless_ veterans :rWm.: ; ..THE DAUGHTERS fight; having
ness of a person smoking a pipe i 'near, by. ) 'of the HesefvjES,' k'a'roirifne'tii part' 'in'the ." OF CHARITYThis,1, ,< :''marched over 300.milCSJ. .No official report;

Unfortunately the cotton was in.the imme, ac it'oA.aiid: iConiribut: r.fmateriallylu.to:: ,the i Society gave an entertainment at Odd Fellow'sHall na&beeni'received ,
diate of I : ;; mfrheadquarter J- aslyet,"of'theaffaitt
.vicinity some wooden buildings.- victory.' on;' toiuhtV-Everytniil passetfoff\
These soon caught; others quickly took fire We wb' ld:like,-to meritioiif the services of very. gre1bl y ito'a11,participants. 'r- V ;When the:ofilcialtepo i tisteceived --

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'.. - .._-_.- - ........-- Andy Johnson's rubicund face was not very familllar
ty THE INAUGURATION.The 't' i THE INAUGURATION.. to the He walked unsteadily, probablyfrom
tI f Iht 1nigu. ceremo iesofxatlie re-inauguration of ...J.'f' eseitetut 5t: ,Minute after minute passed, and at
I ghith > ,.... length tfee sounds oi the bands were heard. Then there
4 Mr. Lincol ("i* f F 4v.y4b assed-v4r without a'sCidc fr t tom SCENES AND INCIDENTS. ATTENDING" IT. was a rash to the jHndows!, and the crowd outside formed
ton.t the usual scenes 't .. < in parallel linear Tto'rain had now ceased falling;
r the oc Beyond_ .4. /
f JACKSONVILLE C$184865.SHERMA111' ;' [From the N.y. fleraldjxt :> although the ky was: still ,cloudy. By some mismanagement
.. ,. .. .p. 11 { and incidents there is t nothing of Interest t "to : The morning of-ihe. inauguration day, opened most) I. or other the procession, which we left at the
f ,7 .:.. 1" gate of the Capitol Park; did not come up to the entrance.A .
l I record. Mr. Lincoln's address is brief. He Inauspidously. A.violent rain storm prevailed.., The dose carriage'dashed through the mud ; a squad of

t Notwithstanding the efforts: of the rcbc119ur- speaks,of the, past four years and the great wind howled! viciously.,';The'rain poured In torrents_ dragoons-the President's ,body guard-followed thecarriage'

I I nalists to make it appear that Sherman hast events.that have ,marked their progress as The streets were'transmuted into beds of rivulets.. Up yellow scarfs and the followed marshals the, mounted carriage.and This bedecked was all with of

been checked in his career; by the superior the and little i on looking out from the chamber windows the scene the simple pageant which accompanied the President'swife
well known to public
being presented was mud, mud everywhere, and not a dry to the door. 'It was more than republican in its

i strategy of General Beauregard they give that is new would be presented. No pre- spot to set foot upon. A pretty prospect, indeed, for a simplicity. It was really democratic.

: nothing very convincing in the way of facts diction regarding the future is expressed. grand procession. Thousands of anxious visitants to THE PRESIDENT'S ROOM.

; to substantiate the veracity of such re- centre of the republic awoke with The President was not in the procession., He arrivedat
i any All of depended the the great political
hopes success, upon pro- the Capitol early in the morning, unseen by anybodyand
J ports. We, on the contrary have pretty authentic of which are reasonably satis- feelings of deep disappointment. They had come hUh ungreeted by a cheer, and proceeded at once to his
our arms
:. gress er for enjoyment. They were doomed to seek it by room,'near the Senate Chamber. Mrs. Lincoln, who
information that Sherman succeeded factory. We find no allusion to his future of mud and a torrent of rain. wore a black velvet robe) trimmed with, ermine, was
trudging.through a sea to the front of the box 'by
the forces of escorted seat diplomatic
j in opening communication with policy. From that it is natural to infer that But they had come to Washington to take part in the Senators Harlan and Anthony. The former remained

1 ..t. Schofield at Fayettville on the Cape Fear until the vigorous prosecution of the war inauguration, and participate in it they would at what- with her during the ceremonies. Senators Foster hard and
Hendricks attended the President, who was very
River; which was guarded by gunboats. By shall have entirely extinguished the rebellionno ever sacrifice of patent leathers or of dimity. Panta- at work signing bills, not even stopping to take off his

this source he can be supplied from both leons were tucked into boot tops, skirts were looped up. hat. It was alter twelve o'clock when he conduced
'" definite to the future can be deterIllined -
policy. as and drum and the swelling these labors; but still the Senate was not ready to receive -
fife ,
The stirring
Port Royal and Fortress Monroe, making As to the probable returnof spirit him. The people around the President's room
upon. music of innmmerable brass bands were already sound- grew impatient. From the darting to and fro of mar-

t. Wilmington the immediate base of supplies. peace his policy has been laid down sufficiently ing, and the heavy tramp of soldiers, firemen and civic shals and Senators, it was evident that something had

1it) This intelligence relieves all anxiety that to be understood by all. To set forth societies marching to the rendezvous was heard, warn- heard gone wrong.from the The Senate sound chamber of a harsh, and there, shrill seemed voice to was be

may be felt on account of the rebel reports. that policy anew or to determine on a new ing loiterers that the time of action was come. Thou- no end to this extraordinary and untimely oratory

'i Much of our information as to his movements sands are arriving from Baltimore to take part in the The popular impatience was vented upon the speaker
; p one until that shall have produced the de- unreservedly, although nobody outside knew who he
must necessarily come from the rebels, ceremonies. was. "There's a gas bag t" exclaimed one. "A pretty
would be
sired result failure a
t or a
prove time to make a stump speech," said another. "Why
t who with their characteristic habits will i mere superfluity' of words. Around the White House. can't he dry up, and let old Abe be inaugurated!'* was x =
and annihilated I the general query. When the pages asserted that Vice ;.
t have )him in tight places, The occasion of the inauguration calls to I In the beginning it drizzled seriously, making things President Johnson was the orator, the people could not

: over and over again, but we have little fear occurred four invisible. It looked as if the world had not yet gottenover believe it. "Andy aint no such man*'' remarked a
mind the scenes and events that its primitive hot stage-as if the crust were not yet philosopher who had previously claimed a personal

\, ,i but that he will be heard from directly, in years ago when the storm bursting over the cool, and the rain that came down was turned into acquaintance with Mr. Johnson. ...
it touched. It was an atmosphere of w
due with that will be satisfac-1 team as
season news TO THE SENATE.
,J :' nation covered its future with the dark cloudsof warm steam fatal to appearances. It softened all things
l. \ tor y. While he was marching across the that ought not to be soft, especially the pomp, pride and At fifteen minutes after twelve the voice in the Senate ;
,,>, uncertainty. Now that the storm has i circumstances, &c. It made people put on their old was hushed, and the marshal having; previously found
State of Georgia, the rebel papers were con- spent its fury the clouds begin to disperse, clothes-and what very old clothes the people in Wash- Chief Justice Chase, in his robes of ofh'ce,at the Supreme .''
and when to it. No Court room, and conducted him to the Senate Chamber -
stantly telling of defeats and repulses he had ington have got, can put on put
the genial rays of the sun smiling once more one, of course, will put on his good hat with the certainty the President was notified that all was ready. He step
sustained, of forces that were concentrated to that it will get wet ; so Washington wore its old ped quietly out of his room, bowed to the thirty or forty -
upon the nation indicative that the calm of hat. What a hat 1 No crown to it, no brim, no sides, people around tne door, and then passed on throughthe
meet him who would suddenly bring his career peace is about to secceed the storm of war, nothing left of it but the holes in it. Washington also lobby and into the Senate Chamber. Before pro-
to an end little skirmish where wore its old co at-a seedy coat, out at elbows and grim ceeding to describe what occurred there before and af-
; every the occasion is one that does not need the with the premeditated poverty of patches. Washington -" ter Mr. Lincoln's entrance, the conduct of the peoplein
little detachments from the main were clean shirtsare lobbies deserves a word of praise. Every head was
army doubtless, had a clean shirt on ; but as
of the orator to win the confidenceof
eloquence and the uncovered as Mr. Lincoln passed and no one attemptedto
into vic principally known by their starch, as day: I ,
driven back was magnified a great the people by lengthy speeches full of was fatal to starch, it is a point that no one can prove. rush after him or crowd upon him, When he came
tory. In spite of all these reports Sherman Say what we will about the dignity of human nature to the door of the Senate a passage was made for him
flattering promises to be greeted with ap and manhood, and womanhood and all that, it is a without any pushing or disturbance. Seldom have our

kept pushing on, until he reached the coast, plause. It is rather an occasion where the mortifying thing to human pride to see groups of people people proved so polite upon any similar occasion.

established his new base and quietly took on the streets trying to do a holiday in the..rain with TAKING THE OATH.
past record is silently approved by the people their old clothes on.
that After a brief pause the President and Chief Justice
of Savannah. He CLEARING CP.
possession thought
as meriting their confidence for the future rose together, and the oath of office was admmistered.
having accomplished that undertaking, with At about half hast nine there was a favorable change.The The voice of the Chief Justice was inaudible, but-the
'while the inaugural address is delivered world got cool and the steam disappeared. the workings of his countenance could be distinctly seen as

his army he could go where he pleased, merely in conformity with'custom and usu-. sky, that had been clad in a very dirty article of rebel he labored to be impressive. Then there was a cheer,
which he to be doing now and he gray, but on a better color. Things that were before and the President came forward and bowed and smiled.
appears ,
invisible, became apparent. Several men were seen During the whole ceremony he looked unusually hand-

pleases to go where the rebels are not very ages.There is no partisan spirit displayed. No with good hats on-they may have been visitors from some. When delivering his speech his face glowed
other cities. There were a great many soldiers seen on with enthusiasm, and he evidently felt every word that
much pleased to see him. More than that he malice towards his enemies exhibited. His the streets in groups and there was an escort of dra- he uttered.A .

goons, polished up handsomely, at the White House lane was then opened the crowed
does about as he pleases wherever he pleasesto through
few remarks the of will ;
upon subject slavery .gate.; There were grand marshals, in white saddle on the platform, and the Presidential party retired into
go. To suffer a defeat would hardly please doubtless be construed by the journals in cloths and blue scarfs, hurrying with desperate speedup the Capitol, amid the thunders of the artillery in Capi-
one street and down'another. Many very satisfied tol square and the music of the bands. The tiring of the '
him. We may therefore conclude that unless sympathy with the rebellion as against that looking darkies were to be seen wherever there was salute began the moment the President had taken the ''
the rebels receive their foreign aid anything to lean against**.xThere waa a very evident oath, and before the salute was over the assemblage be-
very institution, but the organs of JeiLDavis will disposition on all sidet o do Ahe real holiday,style, only gan to disperse. .

soon Sherman will be thundering at the gatesof -harclly :find: in, tha&," material' to fire the there are not so many/. ople in Wasbingtonjto do
it as there are in some other places, and the dispositionwas !
Richmond in conjunction with Grant's Southern heart"to, secure their title to a spe- tempered, by uncertainty of_ the .skies, which. The Inaugural Address. ';
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have the real Washington facility Of changing their FELLOW Cot mniE.Y.-At this second appearing to
and Sheridan's forces.
I cies of property he has deprived them of to ors, and were very evidently not ,to be counted cOI-1 take the oath of the Presidential office, there is less occasion N
WILCOXSON.It use in trying saVe his confederacy from Crowds t>people came 'gradually, and for an extended 'address than there was at the
OF steadily down the by.streets-that lead to Pennsylvaniaavenue. first. Then A statement somewhat in detail of a course
1: bebomes a painful duty to announce the immediate destruction. In his determination There were crowds on the stoops, on balconies to be pursued seemed very fitting and proper. Now,
and hanging of windows. On the long col- at the expiration of four years, during which public
death of Lieut. Col. Albert H. Wilcoxson, expressed.that. If:God will. t iat it (the onade of the Treasury Building there was a crowd jam.m1ng.itsel1'p declarations have been constantly called forth on every 4

Seventeenth Connecticut Volunteers which war) continue until all the ;"wealth: piled by against thytgn railing between the pil point and phase of the great contest which still absorbsthe
I la.rsiQn th ..sid walks, everywhere, were crowds that attention and engrosses the energies of the nation,
occurred at Tallahassee some ten days ago, the bondman two hundred and fifty years madeit difficult to pass,;.; nd,the crowds in all places little that is new could be presented.The .
were momentarily growing; weaker progress of our arms-upon which all else chiefly
from the effects of wounds received in a recent ,; afutiteciLuittfed... oil steal: be' sunk, and .until' At half:past ten it hat ltap arently become evident to depends-is as well known to the public as to myself;

near St..Augustine. Lieut. Cf/ery'drop of blood'drawn- by the, lash shall all Washington,that it.ba&c.eared off,and every one and it is, I trust, reasonably satisfactory and encourag-
engagement came omf:, At twentyminutes,to, eleven! the rain beganto ing to all. With high hope for the future, no predictionin
Col. Wilcoxson was a resident of Norwalkf be paid by another drawnby the ,sword, spas fall in, torrents. This/dampened the popular ardor. regard to it is ventured.On .
.windows that had. been thrown wide 'and the occasion to this four
: .The open corresponding years ago
Conn He took an active part. in raising the I said three. .thousand .yearn, ago, still it tilled sigUt-seers a:weftf down with, a slam. The all thoughts were anxiously directed to an impending i

regiment to which lie belonged. He entered must be said that the judgments of the Lord Btoops emptied wAtb narvelous rapidity. There civil war. All dreaded it ; all sought to avoid it. While
was room and to spare .every where. The fair crea- the inaugural address was being delivered from this
: it as first lieutenant, was soon made adjutant are t rue and righteous altogether," he but tures in the street who had..their little bits of white h an- place, devoted altogether to saving the Union' withoutwar
kerchiefs tied over their little bits of new bonnets, declared insurgent agents were in the city seeking destroy
and after some"month's service, in that- ,reiterates casually the principles and policy that it was perfectly horrid," and the niggers, it without war-seeking to dissolve the Union and di- ,

capacity was promoted to a captain. In laid down; months ago, to which the people, with one accord, concluded that it was mizzabul. vide the effects by negotiation.Both .
FOBMATIOX Or THE PROCESSION. parties deprecated war ; but one of them would 't
both these positions he served with distinc, by electing him by an overwhelming majoritY At eleven o'clock the procession began to form on the make war rather than let the nation survive, and the
'01 avenue west of Lafayette square. It was composed of other would accept war rather than let it perish and
tion in the campaigns in Virginia. Shortly to fill the''office a second time, signified of .
1(' '.1' the military escort-a squadron dragoons, a sectionof
after the regiment was ordered to this de their approbation ; to carry out their wishesis artillery and regiment the Veteran Reserve corps came.Oneeighth 'of'tbjb whole population were colored
followed by the firemen of Philadelphia and Washing- slaves not distributed 'generally over the Union,but
partment he was.!,promoted, ,to, ,Lieutenant_ to carry out those principles. '? ton,with their gaily decorated engines, civic societies, localized in the Southern part of it. These slaves constituted

is itt singular that this is and'a regiment or negro troops. It still rained, and a peculiar and powerful interest. All knew
Colonel.: Itt 1 a. \ F The Senate confirmed all nominations on the Executive the crowd that lounged around the street in this neigh- that this interest was somehow the cause of the war.

;the third officer of that rank that has fallen Calelder, betore adjounment. borhood was of the old soldiers, who had stood the To strengthen, perpetuate and extend this interest was
iU.r U ,1 J rains Of many campaigns moved up and down the the object for which the insurgents would rend the
.ant fcsrncetne.organization of the regimedt"'iit FINANCIAL. sidewalk end talked about Uncle Abe, and more various Union by war, while the government claimed no right
The shades of darkies than were ever before seen in one to do more than to restrict the territorial enlargementof
j h n inore-fhan two years ago. j. place swarmed on the wide pavement in front of White I .
will NEW YORK, Sunday, March ti, 1865. Neither expected for the the
intelligence be received with profound House square. party war magnitude or
The quotations in gold for the past week have been There were three sets of marshals on duty-one set the duration which it has already attained. Neither
.sorrow in the community iqr which he resided 197X (a) 198}'. being those procession proper, one set the marshalsof anticipated that the cause of the conflict might cease,
There was no session of the evening board yesterday, the several United States districts, and another mar- even before the conflict itself should cease. Each lookedfor
.where he was held in the highest esteem by but gold sold late in the day at 191 (a) 199%. shals representing States. an easier triumph and a result less fundamental and

Money has been in active demand.MARRIAGES.. intended that the astounding.Both .
t all who knew him. It was procession should move at
.. twelve from the White House and escort the Presidentto read the same Bible and pray to the same God,
THE EFFORTS OF THE REBELS TO MAKE the Capitol; but it was found at that hour that the and each invokes His aid against the other. It may
On Saturday, March 11th, by Rev. John S. Swaim, President, who had been all the morning at the Capitol seem strange that any men should, dare to ask a just
THEIR CAUSE LOOK Hor ruL.-It is SOme- Mr. J. L. Demscey to Miss Mariah Hall, both of Duval signing bills, had not yet returned to the White House God's assistance in wringing their bread from the sweatof
County.On Marshal Lamon and his assistants, however, escorted other men's faces; but let us judge not, that we be
what amusing to seethe efforts of the rebelpress Wednesday, 15th, by the same, Mr. J. C. Battento Mrs. Lincoln out from the White House, and drove not judged., The prayers of both should not be an-

jto'make,their chances of success look: Miss Charlotte Lee, both of Duval County. rapidly towards the Capitol. swered. That of neither has been answered fully.
The procession moved on immediately,and there was The Almighty has His own purposes. Wee unto the p
hopeful spite of the staggering blows that MIJLITARY.TTEADQUARTERS at the same time a general move of the mass of spec world because of offences, for it must needs be that
tators each crowding forward to catch a glimpse ot thePresident offences come; but woe to that man by whom the offence
:- have recently ,been inflicted on their cause DISTRICT OF and, with a cheering of the crowd, the admirable I cometh. If w. shall suppose that American slavery in

They have tried hard to make out an account music of the bands and the general" excitement of one of these offences-which, in the providence of God,
FLORIDA, FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE, the scene, the procession moved through Fifteenth must needs come, but which, having continued throughHis
- _. that Sherman has been repulsed. Having' JACKSONVILLE FLA., March 14, 1865. street and again up the avenue. appointed time, He now wills to remove, and that
GENERAL ORDERS t He gives to both North and South this terrible war as
hardly succeeded in that attempt to their NO. 12. j f Scenes at the Capitol. the woe due to those by whom the offence came-shall

: : satisfaction they are endeavoring by throw The following announcements are published for the we discern that there is any departure from those Divine
While the procession was forming at the White House. attributes which the believers in a living 'God 'always
. : .' ing out hints of "stirring rumors" that are information and guidance of all concerned M. : been and marching up Pennsylvania avenue, crowds of peo- ascribe to him ? Fondly do we hope, fervently do we
I. Capt. Jno. H. Moore, A. Q. having or-
waded the mud the of '
ple through to eastern entrance that this
pray mighty scourge war may speedily pass
"vouched for as reliable. by men who "are, dered report for duty to Major Thomas from, Chief Qr. the Capitol. Over the main entrance of the ,building away. Yet, if God wilL that it continue until all the
Master South, is hereby duty as '
or ough to be well posted in all public eveuts" Chief Quarter-Master Dept. of this District. Capt. Moore will was erected a very large and massive platform-high, wealth piled by the bondman's two hundred and fifty
broad and capacious. Upon this were placed chairs and of tod shall -
years unrequitted be sunk, and until evel'drop )
their readers believe that Grant has turn over all public property in his possession to Capt. desk but the rain caused their
to IJl reading ; speedy remo- of blood drawn with.the lash shall be paid by
D. Hart 3d U.B. C. T., who is hereby announced -
George val. Lines of soldiers, in blue overcoats'and mud trow- another drawn with" "
the sword, as was said three thou-
'defeated. Lee. If their armies are Chief Quarter-Master, District of Florida and
been by as sers, guarded the passage way to this entrance, and sand years ago, so still it must be said that the judgmentsof
successful in their opposition than will be obeyed and respected accordingly.II. were distributed about in positions that might haYe the Lord are true and righteous altogether. _
more 75th Ohio Vet. Vols. is
no 1st Lieut. James Stover, ,
,, .
stemed picturesque had not the rain spoiled.the effect. With malice towards none, with charity for all, with
the press is in manufacturing sensation news announced as Depot relieve Quarter Master Geo.of D.this Hart District 3d ,U.and S. The people were admitted to the Capitol only by ticket, firmness in the right, as God gives"us to see 'the right. s t,
will immediately Capt. ,
; and the north wing was alone accessible i to them. To let strive to
us on finish the work we are in, to bind wp
will be little in extinguish- T. from the duties of that office.
there difficulty C.
c Townsend L. Hatfield ;that, therefore: the great body of the crowed, slowly the nation's wound, to care for him who shall have :
m. 1st Lieut. CorpsU.
: .l; ing what little is left of the rebellion. Even S. Army, is announced as Chief Signal Officer and moved;, but many persons, with great faith in the wea borne the battle and for his widow and his orphans ; to
: ther, planted themselves in the mud around the platform do all which achieve and cherish and last-
EnghieerO1Ilcer : may a just a
Turner 3d U.S.C. T. .
Lieut ,
Columbian if ashamed of 1st PierpontC. .
} "- I:. J{ the Lake City as on the Staff of the General Commanding District. THE PRESIDENT'S ARRIVAL. ing peace among ourselves and with all nations.

;_. ,'.:?;;: ': such canards advises its readers not to put They will be obeyed and respected accordingly.IV. It was now fifteen minutes to twelve o'clock, and the ,
." In compliance with Special Orders No. 60, Par.I in 'i
faith in them. procession was not yet sight. People' began to feel .
\ two much Current Series, from Department Head Quarters Col. uneasy. "If old Abe don't arrive here soon," said one, "VALUABLE PROPERTY FORT

As an illustration of the ignorance in B. Tilghman,3d U. S. C. T.:; is appointed Command "we won't have any President. "Beg your pardon," SALE, ix ST. ACGCSTIXS, Florida.-Several
er of the Post of Jacksonville and Major Henry Allen, said another; "Andy Johnson will be President until Houses and Lots, suitable for Winter Residences. Also
which the Southern people are kept is the 17th Conn. Vols., Commander of the Post of St. Augustine Lincoln's sworn in." Upon the word the Vice President several Vacant Lots, the most desirable in the city

that who arrived in our lines by elect walked Into the lobby, leaning upon the arm for erecting buildings. Apply to,
fact persons ,By order of Brig.-Gen.. P. SCAMMOH: .of Vice President Hamlin. The pair marched into the tit'. C. MORRILL,
f '
flagof-truce,. on Thursday last, were until 1. HENRY SETON Senate, eliciting few comments from outsiders, for Uatf 4 Fernuudina, ]Fla.'
3Mt Capt. 54tu N. Y. Vols. & 4. D. C.

then in ignorance that Charleston was ours. I

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A k '' .three'section in" 'widih -; de of ald"road.in /tiut 'dr ri!. """1 unless etTh
UNlTED uMcl1the of either. house, lifled to be f.OTI'8Ctb1 ui one of said commissioners,
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LA OF THEYAESZD case it shall'appear' United States )have, o attested by:the signature kcf,, the, clerk of said board.
AI THX TOST SI38KW OF.THK when the line or route. of old road,is definitely;fixed, : SKC.'5.t And,be (further enacted,-Thai aauien thbtui;:, hall be prima fade evidence their acts la'all: proceedings ,

EIGHTH CONGRESS. sold reserved,'or otherwUe disposed of any section.or and;copies of the "Commercial.Relation ,'_'4 annually 'Judicial ,or.otherwise ; and ,the, said,,board .
THIRTY. -. any part of thereof, granted as aforesaid ore that the..: prepared' under the direction of the Secretary State, ihall appoint a capable! person as their clerk, (wJ may
right of preemption or homestead settlement has attach : be printed and distributed, as follows viz : tho usual be! one of their own members, or 'otherwise,) prescribe
CHAPTEB CXLxt ed to the same;then it shall be the duty of the, Secretary number (one thousadd five hundred fifty)_ for. the his duties, and allow him a ,reasonable compensation
: of the Interior to set apart from they.public .lands of .houses of congress :' four hundred anm.a y for the state for his services. -
of certain Officers
r An Act to provide for the of t Army.. the United States, hereinbefore' ,described, designs.ted department;.two'thousand for the use [the; members SEC. 6. :And frit'further enacted That the said board ..
by odd number as near to'said even,section aforesaid of the Senate and three thousand for use
Haute the of, .tho of commissioners shall hold stated,meetings in Janu
Be it enacted by the Senate of Representative be"and the 'Same, shall be located within members TSsc. '
America in assembled as may the House.. ary, April, July, and October,of each and every year < J
of the United States of and assistant Coogrets quartermaster, six miles of said road' so much lauds as shall be equelto 6.. And be it further enacted, That the annual at such times and places.as they may appoint, and such

That every quartermaster and assistant commissary of, such lands as the United States have sold or otherwise report of the Postmaster-General of offers receive.i,,and other meetings as circumstances, may require ;,but,.It
and every commissary and additional appiQprlated-or.tdwhlch the right preemption : contracts for conveying the maw, in compliance' with less than four members are present at any one meeting
subsistence, and every paymaster paymaster or homestead settlement has attached ; which lands the twenty-fourth and sections act' .
be ordered twenty-flth of the ,of no,business shall be donej except to adjourn to a future
shall, as soon as practicable, to appear (thus selected in lieu of those sold reserved, or other- approved two
to his qualifications before aboard congress July eighteen hundred and day; and at the stated meetings in ,April and October
examination as
;'s for of three staff officers of the appropriated, and towhich the right of preemption or thirty-si c, be no longer printed, unless specially order- the treasurer of the school funds and the collector of
to be composed corpsto homestead settlement has attached as aforesaid) to- ed by either house of
that such
congress ; portionof taxes: shall.render In writing a full statement of their
of recognized merit and fitness
which he belongs, gether with the'sections and parts of sections designatedby the act
abovementioned as authorized the said pub accounts respectively for the next preceding half
least shall be officers of volunteers year.
of whom two at odd numbers as aforesaid, and approved as aforesaid lication be';and the same is hereby
repealed. SEC. 7 And be further, enacted :That the clerk of
shall make careful examination to the .
a as
board '
which held the State of Wisconsin
shall be for
by the
who use Sec 7. And be it further enacted, That from and the levy court of said county shall annually, on or be- -
of officers before
qualifications may appear and purpose aforesaid : Provided, That the lands here- after the of this act it shall be the of the
passage duty fore the first Monday in April, furnish to the said board
of this act, and shall also min-
them in pursuance keep shall be exclusively,applied in the
granted construc-
by secretary of the Senate to furnish the superintendent of commissioners. alphabetical of the owners pf
full and true record of the examina-
utea and make a tion of that road for and on account which such landsare '
public printing with correct of all laws and
copies joint in each school district according to the last
of property ,
And all members of such boards
in case.
tion and shall be
hereby granted, disposed of
only as resolutions as soon as possible after their
approval by county assessment, and a statement of the total amount
shall before to the dischargeof
examination proceeding affirm that the work progresses, and the same shall be applied to the President of the United States, and that the super of property assessed to each owner, exhibiting the
duties herein provided
their as swear or other whatever Provided 1
will conduct all examinations with impartiality no purpose : further, That intendent shall immediately cause to be printed, sepa- school-tax thereon according to the last levy made by
thoy and all lands heretofore
any reserved to the United rately, the usual number for the uso of the two houses the levy court for school f
and with sole view to the qualifications of the personor
to be examined and that they will not divulge States, or granted by any act of congress, or in any of congress ; and, addition thereto, he shall cause to SEC. 8, And be further enacted, That the said board t
persons other manner by competent authority, for the be printed and bound the close of of
the of member the examination of purposeof at each session of commissioners shall have power annually (or as a
any upon aiding in of internal '
before them. any improvements, or congress, three thousand copies thereof for the use of vacancy may occur) to appoint two persons in each
who ;
any SEC. 2. And be may it further appear enacted That such boards of for any other purpose whatsoever, be, and the same the Senate and ten thousand copies for the use of the school district as trustees of that district, who, with the
are hereby,reserved and excluded from
examination shall be convened under the direction of the operationof House, with a complete alphabetical index, prepared commissioner of such district, shall have charge of the
the of War by the qnarterroaster-general thecommissarygeneral this act, except so far as it may be found necessary under the direction. of the joint ,committee on public local concerns of the schools therein, and act in concert
Secretary to locate the route of said road through such reserved
of subsistence, and the paymaster- printing. with: the board of commissioners in carrying out all the
general at convenient places ; and general rules of examination lands granted.SEC., in. which case the right of way; only shall be SEC. 8. And be it further enacted That section seven rules and regulations, ordained by the said board, and
and standard of qualifications shall be of the joint resolution in relation to the public printing together may permit the school-house or houses in their
by said a officers, subject to the approval of 2. And Le further enacted, That the said lands approved June twenty-three, eighteen hundred and district to be used for public worship, or for other purposes .
proscribed in hereby granted to the said state shall be subject to the sixty, be so amended as to require the superintendentof
the of War, and shall be published general of general benefit to the residents of the district.
orders.Secretary disposal of the legislature thereof, for the purposes public printing to advertise only in two newspaper, SEC. 9. And be it further enacted That, the said
SEC. 3. And be further enacted That after such general : aforesaid and no other ; and the said road shall be, and published in the cities of New York.Cincinnati, Boston, board of commissioners shall have power, and it shall .
orders shall have been published for sixty days, if remain a public highway for the use of the governmentof Philadelphia, and Baltimore, for thirty days prior to be their duty-
any officer who shall then be ordered before a board of the United States, free from tolls or other charge up- the first day of November of each year, for proposalsfor First. To receive and disburse any fund which may

examiners, under the provisions of this act shall fail on of the the United transportation States. of any property, troops or mails furnishing the paper necessary for the execution of be provided for the purchase of sites and the erectionand

for thirtv days after receiving such special order, to report the public printing.SEC. support of primary schools in said county and district. -
himself as directed all his pay and allowances SEC. 3. And be further enacted That the lands here 9. And be it further enacted That all lithographing ..
shall cease and be forfeited until he does appear and by granted to said state shall be disposed of only in the and engraving where the probable total cost of the Second. To regulate the number of children to bt,

report for examination ; and if he shall still thereafterfail following manner-that is to say, when the said gover- maps or plates illustrating or accompanying anyone taught in each of said schools, and the price of their
for a further period of thirty days so to appear he nor shall certify to the secretary of the Interior that any work exceeds two hundred and fifty dollars, shall be tuition.
shall thereupon be dropped from the rolls of the army : ten consecutive miles of said road has been completed awarded to the lowest and best bidder for the interestof Third. To select upon thorough examination, such
l'rorided,1wtrrer, That if such failure to appear and under the provisions of this act, and in accordance with the government due regard being paid the executionof teachers as are competent, giving to each a certificate
report shall have been occasioned by wounds or sick the fourth.section of this act, stating definitely where the work, after due advertisement by the superin- of qualifications, without which no teacher shall be entitled
then there shall be said completed section of road commences and whereit tendent of public printing, under the direction of the
ness, or other physical disability, no to receive pay ; and to fix their salaries and terms- .
forfeiture of pay until thirty days after such disabilityhas terminates it shall be the duty of the said secretary joint committee on printing : Prodded, That the joint of service.
been removed ; but if1i1 sixt} days after the disabilityis to cause patents to issue to said state for three sec- committee on public printing be authorized to empowerthe Fourth. To suspend or expel from any school, with
removed the officer shall not report himself he shall tions ofland for each mile of road thus completed as superintendent of public printing to make imme- the advice of the commissioner and trustees of the .,
then be dropped from the rolls as in other cases. aforesaid, and so on until the whole of said road is com diate contracts for engraving, whenever, in their opin- school district, any pupil who will not submit to the i ,
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That if the board of pleted : Provided, further That no patent shall be given ion, the exigencies of the public service will not justify I reasonable and ordinary rules of order and discipline
examination shall report that any officer does not pos- for any of the aforesaid lands before the completion of waiting tor advertisement and award. therein.

sess the requisite business qualifications they shall ten consecutive miles of road, or for any load, or for SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That wheneverany Fifth. To prescribe the course of study and the text-
forward the record of the examination of such officer any part of any road, made before the passage of this person may desire extra copies of any document books to be used in the schools, to regulate and control
bureau to which he act, or for any greater quantity than thirty sections for printed at the government printing office
to the head of the may belongand by authorityof the purchase and distribution of books, maps, globes,
if the head of such bureau shall approve the findingand each ten miles completed according to the provisions of law, and shall notify the superintendent of public stationery, and other things necessary for the use of the ;
report of the board, he shall forward the same this act ; and if said road is not completed within five printing of the number of copies desired previous to its same, and generally to prescribe rules and regulations .
through the Secretary of war to the President of the years, no further sales shall be made, and the lands un- being put to press, and shall pay in advance, the esti- for the management, good government, and well order- "' ,
United States and if the President shall confirm the sold shall revert'to the United States. mated cost thereof' to said superintendent, the superin- ing of said schools. -{.

same, the officer so failing in his examination shall, if SEC. 4.: And be it further enacted, That said military tendent shall be authorized, under the direction of the Sixth. To report to the levy court, at the close 'of ,
commissioned, be dismissed from the service with one road shall be constructed under the direction of such joint committee on public printing to furnish such extra each school year, the amount of all expenditures on ac- 'r;
month's pay, and if not yet commissioned, his appoint- agents or commissioners as: the governor of said state copies ; and the money so received, together with count of schools in.the several districts during the previous ill
ment shall be revoked. And if the board shall report may appoint, and where it passes through timbered moneys received by him from the sales of paper sha- school year, and the manner in which the same
that any officer fails to pass a satisfactory examinationby lands shall be chopped out a uniform width of at least vings imperfections, shall be deposited in the treas- shall have been expended, specifying what portion and
reason of intemperance gambling or other immor- six rods. The road-bed proper to be not less than ury of the United States to the credit of theappropriations amount thereof has been expended for the services of

ality, and if the head of the bureau shall approve the thirty-two feet wide, and constructed with ample ditch for public printing, binding, and paper, respectively teacheis, and also shall particularly set forth tho number t,
finding and report of the board, and the same being es on both sides so as to afford sufficient drains, with as designated by said superintendent ; and 9f pupils taught, and their average attendance and
communicated as before provided to the President and good and substantial bridges and proper culverts and further,the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directedto progress, and such other statistics the levy court may "
confirmed by him,then such officer shall be dismissed sluices where necessary. All stumps and roots to be cause the moneys heretofore deposited by taid superintendent require. a
without and shall not be thoroughly grubbed but between the ditches the entire in the treasury of the United States
from the service pay, permitted ,being Seventh. To select, purchase, or otherwise procure, ..
to reenter the service as an officer : Provided, That length of said road ; the central portion of which to be the proceeds of sales of paper shavings and imperfec- suitable sites for school-houses in district;,to adopt
such dismissal shall not relieve him from liability un- sufficiently raised,to<< afford adry.road.bed by means of tions, to be placed to the credit of the appropriations plans, and cause to built, kept eac repair, and furnished -
der existing laws for any offence he may have commit drainage from the centre the side: ditches ; the hillsto aforesaid which said several sums of money shall be such D ; to supply i the same
ted. be'levelled and vallejs raised so as to.make. as easya subject to the requisition of said superintendent in the necessary sco.l-hou, stationery, and appendages,wit ad .
SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That the boards of grade as practicable. manner now prescribed by law ; to defray..ue necessary expenses of the Provided
examination shall forward all their records of examination Approved, JunsRS, .' 84. SEC. 11. And be it further enacted., That whenever That te the pay of.teachers shall ba pre-
to the heads of the bureaus to which they appertain ?-.(I.CIUP7D.! papers relating to foreign affairs shall be communicated ference. away.hve

and such records shall be filed iIi the proper bureaus cz IT. to congress,accompanying the annual message of the SEC. 10. And le it further That,. for the purpose .
with a suitable index; and any officer who may An Act to amend ther Ctof Congres making Donations President, i shall be the c uty of the superintendent of of supporting said ea, providing suitable
desire it shall be entitled to receive a copy of the recordin to the Settlers''on the Public Lands in Oregon" public printing cause to be printed and bound, in sites, houses, and equipments therefor, the levy court-f
his own case upon paying the cost of copying the approved September twenty-seven, eighteen addition, to the usual number, four thousand copiesfor annually, on the first Monday in March, .
same. hundred and fifty, and the the1 use of-' the members of the Senate, seven Bh1 a not exceeding one fourth ipse

Approved, June 25, 18M. Acts amendatory thereto.Be thousand copies for the use of the members of the Houseof I per scol-t assessed property of said county
CHAPTER: CL. it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Representatives, and such number for the executive : uJt o a of and
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for of Vie United States 4f America in Congress assembled, department'as the President shall'direct. which thellit due Wagon time,Geretown .
the Payment of Horses and other Property That in all CAses'under the act of congress approved BEC. }2.. And>be it further unacted, That the forms lected by ta a county.collector in and
destroyed in the Military Service of the September twenty-seventh eighteen hundred and fifty, and style in which the printing or binding ordered by I under the same regulations and te-sae'me prescribed -
United States." entitled "An act'to create'the office'of surveyor-general any of the departments Bl all" &'executed, the materials by law in relation to the collection of the county
Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Representatives of the public lands"in Oregon, and to provide for the and size of type'to be used, shall be determined by the taxes and which hereby made applicable to the collection -
of the United States of America in Congress assembled survey, and to makeMe'nations. to settlers for the said superintendent'of '" printing, ha i tg'proper:' re I of the a this and when
That the act to which tnls is an amendment shall, froo',. public lands,"and tne-several acts amendatory and.supplemental -, .gard.to,economy,;workma ihij>,.and,theipurposgs .for collected shall be oI-tipeby a. school
the commencement of the present rebellion, extend to theret .'lnWbich the actual ettlement may. which the'work i* needed. fund: and the treasurer te the levy t herebyconstituted
and embrace all cases of the loss of horses by any officer be shown to be bona 1fd and the claim in all_ respects SEC.'13. AndVett'furthef'madej, That all lath, orparts treasurer of the school cou; the said .

non-commissioned officer, or private in the military to be fully within 'requirements of ,existing laws, of Jaws, ,jointt(resolutions, confiictJni,wit1i: the, treasurer and collector shall be qualified by making
service of the United States, while in the line of their except as to the fillttre' of the party to file notice within'the'time above provisions> be, and they are hereby, repealed oath or affirmation faithfully to discharge the duties required

duty in such service, by capture by the enemy when fixed by statute, such failure shall not work Approved, June 25, 18M. ,sl'j of them; and they,shall give bond respectivelyto
ever it shall appear that such officer, noncommissionedofficer forfeiture when no adverse. rights intervene before .the the said board of commissioners, to be fixed
or private was or shall be ordered by his superior filing of the required notification by'the claimant. CHAi'i x CLVI. 1. by two
officer to surrender to the enemy, and such capture Approved, June 25, ,,1864. An Act to provide for the Public Instruction.of Youth tbe.leV cnr/Wt luenateB.Cd

was or shall be made in pursuance of such surrender. (" in the County of Washington District of Columbia of by,this act, which, bonds; dutea approved ru .
Approved, June 25,1864. 'CJ nm CLV. and for:other Purposes.Be the tem shall be!fled with b
An Act to expedlate and regulate the Printing of Public. it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesof clerk of b supreme comsoner District of Columbia, ..

CHAPTER CLLAn Documents;and for other Purposes. the United State of Aaierica .in Congress: assembled, who.is hereby required to file the same, and a copy of f .
Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to establish Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen- That the school districts in.the County Washington, either of said bonds,under seal of said shall
and equalize the Grade of Line Officers of tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled District of Columbia without the limits of the cities of be sufficient evidence of,the making cout; the .' 1.
the United States Navy," approved July That, hereafter, instead of furnishing manu Washington and Georgetown, shall be and remain as said treasurer shall be paid such compensation for ."
sixteenth eighteen hundred and script copies of the documents usually accompanying now laid, down according to law, subject, to revision services as the said board of commissioners may h, ''
ixtr.two. their annual reports to each house of congress, the and alteration by the levy court of said county,and that and the said coUeetor the same fees as are by \
Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Representativecf heads of the several departments of government shall the School commissioners now in office shall be and remain the said levy court oollecting the county alwe It:
the United Suites of America in Congress assembe&, transmit them, on.or before the first day of Novemberin BO until others are appointed.SEC. SEC 11. Aria be it further enacted, >That t. whole
That the corps of commanders in the navy of the Uni- each year, to the superintendent of public printing, 2. And be further enacted, That the levy court amount standing to the credit when
ted States on the active list be temporarily Increased who shall cause to be printed the usual number, and shall annually, on the first Monday in May,appointone the aforesaid levy is to be qt4.dt the
as to embrace all who had been appointed as such in addition thereto one thousand copies for the use of person from each school district as a commissioner account in determining the amount of- tine. ,
prior to.the commencement of the present session of the Senate and two thousand copies for the use of the of primary schools, of which appointment the, clerk of meet the current,:ex nses Q school,.year ne, (
congress under that construction of the law which thenprevatle House of Representatives ; and that it shall be the duty the levy court shall immediately notify the person so amount shall be levied as 'JW d\, anr2 no more whch;
in the Navy Department:. Prodded That the of the Joinf committee on printing to appoint some com- appointed ; and whenever,a,vacancy shall occur in the the said.board,of'commissioners,,shall apportion a s
number hereby allowed shall not exceed ninety,one : petent person, who shall edit and select such portionsof board of said commissioners,the levy court,as soon as shool fund, after deducting such part thereof the
And proridedlurt.lln, That no further appointments of the documents so placed in their hands as shall, in may be thereafter, shall fill the same, and all appoint provisions of this act'assign to the education of l .
commanders shall be made on the active list till the number the judgement of the committee, be desirable for popular ments made by, or resolutions of said court concerningsaid children, among the several districts, color
by deaths, dismissals) resignations, or otherwise, distribution, and to prepare an alphabetical indexto commissioners shall be forthwith communicate each one shol amount of school to
shall be reduced to seventytwo.SEC. the same. by the clerk of said court to the clerk ofthe: said board collected sveutofthe after deducting the tes
2. And belt further enacted, That all payments SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretaryof of commissioners, and each of said commissioners sary of the board and one seventh of all ne-other
heretofore made to any officers in the navy as captainsor War be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint shall hold the office until a successor is appointed.SEC. funds expenses paid in,after deducting, as hereinbefore providedfor
commanders, under the construction of the law heretofore some competent person to edit the printing of the official 3. And be further enacted, That each of said the education of colored children, until
prevailing in the Navy Department, be.z and the reports of the operations of the armies of the United commissioners, before he enters upon the execution of shall have to a a aunt -

same are hereby, ratified and allowed, and the proper States. his'office, and, within fifteen days after notice of his ap- erect and uuleBcnt in purchase each the
accounting officers ot the treasury.are hereby authorized SEC. 3. And be it further enacted That it shall be the pointment, shall take and subscribe, before some jusi cost of which shall not schoolhouse fifteen dtct
and instructed to allow the same, in the same way duty ot the heads of the several departments of govern 'i I tice of the peace of said county, the following oath :: ( by.privajta hUd doU.ueS
and manner as if there were no question fie to the legal- ment to furnish the superintendent of public printing I "I, -, do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the is lubsptonJ large to nu-
ity cf said appointment.Approved with copies of their respective reports, on or before the case may be) that I will in all things, to. tho; beat of in which case the sum reach reque toahool.
June 25, 1864. third Monday in November in each year. my knowledge and ability, well and truly execute the after may thoU
that it shall be
Sic. 4. And be it further enacted That it shall be trust reposed in me as commissioner of primary schools ; apportioned aorg
to'the number of children; each district
CHATTER CLU. the duty of the superintendent of public printing to for the County of Washington District of ,Columbia, f six and seventeen .i. Provided ,That te
An Act to print the President's message, the reports of the headsof withoutprejudice to law and age years not
amend the Act of the twenty-first December, according :,; every more than the usual of each district shall
eighteen hundred and sixty one, entitled departments, and the abridgement of accompanying justice of the peace, before whom such oath shall betaken paid: And provided expenses, than b '
documents prepared under the direction of the joint shall the in and within fet Tt.
"An Act to farther promote the certify came writing, eight schoolhouse district 1
Efficiency of the Navy." committee on public printing, suitably bound ; and,that, days thereafter transmit or deliver aaid certificate.the the funds may b etUae *'any one, i
Be it enacted ly the Senate and House of Representative in addition to the number now required by law, and clerk: of the levy court for record. SEC. 12.a. pro in the
f the United States of America in Congress assembled, unless otherwise ordered by either house of congress, ,SEC. 4. And le i it further enacted, That the said said commissioners: frer ene case suitable
That it shall be his duty to print ten thousand copies the commissioners thefr b t purchase -
the first section of the act of the twenty-first of and successors shall be a corPoration sites for the erection
December, anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty- same for the use of the Senate and twenty-five thou- ,under the name and style of4 The Board of Commissioners ., have condemn, o?tel.ho1. they sl
one J entitled, "An act vo further promote the efficiency sand copies for the use of the House, and to deliver the, of Primary Schools of Washington County, for power that t not sut of land
of the same to the officer of each house respectively District cf Columbia sit pur; ae. t.
navy, shall not be BO construed as to retire proper with power to sue and be sued site, to
any officer under the age of sixty-two yean, and whose on or before the third \) ednesday in December following .. and to take and hold, in fee-simple or otherwise, anyestate the ech proprietors gvg.te day..nlein writing notice ,
name shall the assembling of congress, or as soon thereafter as real or personal not law
not have been borne upon the navy register prohibited by which cannot be served and in ol minors femme ,
cases coverts
for a period forty-five years after he had arrived at practicable ; and further, it shall also be the duty of the maybe given to, or purchased by, the said board .for and non mentis and, with-
persons filing
the age of sixteen years. said superintendent to cause to be printed and stiched primary-school purposes, and may alien and,Bell the the clerk of the levy court compos of the ,
Approved, June 25, 18M. in paper covers twenty-five hundred copies of the annual same when, in the opinion of the levy court it,.will be District of. Columbia for County ofWangn
reports of the executive department for the use of for the advantage ol the said primary schools so,to do ; such lands with, inspection, a
the value assessed thereon
said departments, respectively: ; and also one thousand and all money.in'hand, after defraying the whole expenses scribing the -
signed by and clerk of said board of,
CHAPTER cun. copies of the reports ot the commissioner of the general- of the several school district at the end of each prdent commissioners -
An Act granting Lands to the State of Wisconsin to land-office, commissioner of pensions, commissioner of school year, shall be invested in some.safe stock in the of such, 1 be sufficient notice to,the pro-.
prietors land that the said board of commissioners
build a Military Road to Lake Superior. the internal and such of -
revenue number of the report name of said corporation, and in their corpOrate'name
Be it enacted by tAe Senate and House of Rtprescnttticeiif the commissioner.of indian affairs, to be bound not exceeding said board may prosecute and maintain actions,for injuries and a if within ready to pay the aot of damages 1 assessed' ;
the United States of America in Congress .assembled, three thousand copies, as may be directed by done to the grounds, houses, furniture, or other, the thirty days the filing of said certificate -
That there be. and U hereby, granted ,to the State of the Secretary of the Interior, for their use, respectively; property in their possession. proprietors of of such land shall not appeal fromdecision
Wisconsin, to aid in the construction of a military wag and also five hundred copies of the reports of the superintendent SEC. 5. And be it further enacted That the said board said commissioners; by' written notice left
on-road from Warsaw; Marathon County Wisconsin of the of commissioners with the said clerk of the.levy court, the amount 8 assessed
Washington aqueduct, architect of the shall make and keep a record of all
following the Wisconsin River as far as Skonowang, capitol extension, metropolitan police board, third au- its'official acts,'and-a strict and particular account of allmone's sh be paid to the proprietors, and the'title, to-
and from thence, on the most feasible and direct route, ditor of the treasury'and of the insane Assylum, Co- received or paid out by its order.'a statement such: and premises. shall,.pass' to'and be vestedin
to a point on the state line between the States of Wi>. lumbia Institute anA the board of commissioners. primary schools of
commissioner of public buildings, of which, with the vouchers relating ther, to, as well as o .
Voisin sad Michigan;in a direction leading to Ontona. respectively their use, and one hundred copies of, the record of the board, shall be subject at all times to Washington County, District of Cob the said
iron, on Lake Superior, every alternate section of pub. the report of the bureau of engineers, for the use of said the inspection of the levy court of said county, and to shall be recorded records ofWashington '

uc land not mineral designated by odd numbers, for bureau. ,And,he shall not print any greater number of any tax-payer; and said record, or a copy thereof, ccr- I Al; but i the County proprietors; District of of such Columbia land and, and premises shall bo, ;, ,

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ehall within e y DO e sa ommisa"olsers' duty of said marshal and other officers ,to, pay: toper, s I t ,\ 1c1t44I["aad'iixttf1 1 'th sU the DilUictofC
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;;In'writlUW: l.'with til& clerk"of'he J 1et yt; fevery tureettont&aTfrbrii'and'atter the passage>'f'tab ,;= ., idiMaj} 'IJ, J' /.1lp. Jo..... a -. : lnJnbt..tfPmeaU'r'e ;b t
court of(heir dissent for the 4aludtlod.of'Jt.D41..aamadei act all money coming into their,hands ,in 4he IDatmerafotei&ld -iid" At'Settafe @lo tf'Rresalw'of' r sty-ntnt ighWb; and d a.ixtj1or i.
by the said com ioDe1i'or' If 'fhb I&n4 btJ aiby' tp tbe'saldtoardofcomry's lasio ors"0# )' od' '
; Cdnftts;; said District to tna said
!' UnttedL erbfVntncxJM: , thereof be' owned effect femme :covek : ai6bU'and'to the In jtheprpporftoftsaforesaid i tatd
part fcjM ; orr < ., ,interest confined therein
per tioti corapbsfae4ntis"or; if '&''in t1ce ''cannot be 4 ';'for the use ;ltLtfytdf.p; ; :\and',ptrt>lie I Thatthe any person'havirig, an r' nit'lij1' non"1wHetber t, :prisoners committed had shall
aisIgne tJ, fth:Wiych a patent1 remain the same if this act not been
the inventor,or passed.
served it shall be lawful for;the" said'commissioners,' schools, any faw.to/the contrarytootwithetluding; : 'PrOf a -
and It 18 made their duty;toy their president and'''their- vided, That the funds thus obtained for educational purpoSes :; :)was ordered.to;Issue upon{he! payment an'4Ct .tbd.flnal fee. Approved, June 97188, !. .
clerk, to issue their warrant to the marshal ot the District shall be applied to education ofbQ* its,and as.'provided ieighteen Iaectlonthree'Of, approdedZArch;
of Columbia;commanding him to summon -jury I!, colored children, in the'propartlpn of the'numbers 'of hundred and' sixty-three;.1)ut."ho had'three CONFISCATION P SAE.
of five freeholders'not'interested in the matter, to''apJ'' I each between the ages of six and geventeen' eara ",de- felled to make paymentof theimw 'fte:a* providedby : -
I II pear on a'day to appointed: by th'e.said ,commissioners tennined by the latest census report that shall have said act, shall have,the' tight:to makdlth6$ayment"of. :T. S 'MARSHAL'S, 'SALE BY
Withheld merit -
;'on the premises,and after having each taken an' been made prior to said apportionment;and the mayors, such fee, and receive the patent .. of :
oath:(Which the marshal or;'any one of;said commissioners of the aforesaid cities of.Georgetown',and Washington. 'non-payment of said:f ee/proviaed brick..payment'be ; virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Hxpontt, Issued
I// is authorized to administer)that he will,without are hereby authorized and instructed to'pay"over, inch made within six months from the'dlto of the' passage : out of the'District C01'oftheUnlt States for the'
1 fa.Tor'or prejudice; assess the damages sustained by t iecondemnationb. part thereof as may be applicable.under:,the provisionsof of this act: ,Provided;That'nothing herein, U1e,80') '!Northern District of eetedI will
f proprietor of said land'by reason of the this section and the'proviso thereto to the education construed to hold responsible M damages any persons' expose to sale by Public Auction, In front of the;Market
of said land by the said commissioners, the jury so'qu'al. of colored, children in the aforenamed cities; to the ,who have manufactured'1'.uleda-bl'rttole or thing for: House in the City of Jacksonville,' on the 27th! day"fof
it I ified'Shan proceed to value and assess damages accord trn tees' appointed under the act'''of July 'Q seventh, which a patent, as aforesaid, was ordered to be issued. i I March, 1865, at ten o'clock in the foeno of that

ingly ; and If the amount assessed by the said jnry shall I eighteen hundred and sixty-two, entitled "4J act,relating Approved, 'June 25,_.J864.-. : I I day.- the following described land and rl estate, situated ,
\ not be greater'han-the amount 'assessed by the said to schools for the education of _colored children in 'r"CJ in the' city of Jacksonville and' State of'Florida,

commissioners, the whole costs of the,said appeal shall the cities of Washington and Georgetown, in,the District CLX. and known and designated on the map. or plat 0'the,,
I be chargeable to the appellant, to be paid by the said I of Columbia" to be used for the education.of. colored -' An Act to grant to the State of California certain Lands city of Jacksnvie as follows : *
J' commissioners; and deducted from'the cost of the land children according to the provisions 'of law, and for State Prison Purposes Lots four (4), in Blocks No. l(8),
I in settlement therefor ; otherwise the said board of the aforenamed officers failing to pay over the moneys' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives and Water Lots. Nosl: nine (9), twenty-four (2 and
commissioners shall pay the expenses incurred by reason as aforesaid shall be liable to the penalty imposed, by of the United States of America ,in (Congress assembled, twenty-five (25) JtetheEt' of Theodore, ,dart
of such appeal, the marshal's and jurors' fees to be the second section of the, act of congress approved July' That the right of'the United States to the ,lands comprising ridge. -"
computed'according to the act' of congress approved twelfth, 'eighteen hundred and sixty-two tit1 d 4An? that portion of the promontory or point knownas Lot NO. one (1) in Block No. thirty-one (31) late the
March three, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, defining act to provide forthe payment of fines and' penalties "Punta de Quintin," or "Point San Quintiri," lying Estate of Cyrus W. Bisbee.
I the powers and duties of the levy court. collected by and paid the justices of the peace in.the east of the north and south'line dividing sections num- Lots No. eight (8) and,nine (9), in Block No. thirty-
,;, SEC. 13. And belt further enacted, That the said District of Columbia, under the acts of congress approved ber three and ten' from number two and eleven in eight (38) late the Estate of Gere C. 'Powersl'Lot .
jury, immediately after they shall have completed their the third and fifth of August, eighteen hundred and township number one north'range, number six west, of No. six (6), in Block' (41); Lot No.
inquest and assessed the damages, shall make out a sixty-one and for other purposes. 'fc Mount Diablo meridian, embracing portions numbers five (5), in block No.,thirty-seven (37) and Water Lot
written verdict, setting forth a fun and distinct discrip- SEC. ,20. And be it further enacted, That every person eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen of the said township No. twenty-two (22), late the Estate of Thomas O... '
tion of the land and' remisesand the valuation or damp in the said District Columbia, having under his or number one, north range number six west, upon Holmes.' 1 -.1- .
ages assessed( therefor,;which shall be assigned them, her control a child between the ages of 8 and 14 years, which the State prison of the' State of California is Also all that certain piece or parcel of land situate
or a majority of them, and having been attested by thej shall annually, during the continuance of such control, i now located, not exceeding in quantity four hundred lying and being in the County of"Duval and State 'ot
marshal, shall be immediately returned to the clerk of send'such children to public school in that part of said i. and fifty acres, be, and the same ''is hereby, ceded, Florida and described as follows, to :
';[ the levy court of the County of Washington! District of district in which he or she shall at tho same time reside, granted, and confirmed to.the said State of California, I Beginning at the mouth of Hogan's Creek on.the
,I; Columbia, and shall be final; and the said damages at least twelve"weeks, six of which shall be consecutive, without prejudice to the rights or claims -of any other : St. John's river, and running thence up the said creek'
having been paid, or offered to be paid, to the said proprietors and for every neglect of such duty the party offendingshall parties.Approved. twenty chains; thence, easterly twenty chains; thence,
p the title to such land shall pas to, and be vested forfeit to the use of the school of that portion of June 25, 1864. southerly twenty chains to the bank of said rh'er'ad
;, in, "The Board of Commissioners of Primary Schools said district in which he or she shall reside a sum not thence, along the b of said river, to the mouth of
; of Washington County District ot Columbia," and the exceeding twenty dollars, to be recovered before any CHAPTER CLXII. said creek, and particularly described in a deed
f verdict of the jury hah be recorded in the land records justice of the peace in said district: Provided, That if An Act to carry into Effect a Treaty between the United from John Bromptley Belchase and Finegan? recorded -
,Ii of Washington County, District of Columbia : Provided, it be made to appear to said justice that the party'so offending States and her Britanic Majesty for the final settle in the Public Records of said County of DuVal, '
t J That it shall be optional with the said commissioners was not able for any cause to send such child to ment of the Claims of the Hudson's Bay and Puget's late the Estate of Joseph Finegan.Also .
to abide by said verdict, and occupy the said land, or school, or that such child has been attending any other Sound Agricultural Companies.Be 25 bbl Rosi 13 Spirits Turpentine 93
abandon it without being subject to damages therefor. school for a like period of time, or that such child by it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives bales Coton bbl.,
r SEC. 14. And be further enacted, That it shall not be reason of bodily or mental infirmity was not fit to attend of the United States of America in Congress as- one Copper Boiler one Statonat, Engfe,
i f lawful to locate any site for a school-house in any orch such school, such penalty shall not be enforced. sembled, That the President of the United States, by (more or less) rail won Iron, one pair }
'; ard or garden, nor within three hundred yards of any SEC. 21. And Le it further enacted, That the trusteesor and with the consent of the Senate, shall appoint a Platform Scales. Prize '. .abank'I
dwelling-house, without the consent of the proprietor I commissioners having charge ot public schools in the commissioner, whose duty it shall be, conjointly with proper
i of such dwelling-house, and In order to obtain such consent said district shall not admit into such school any child the commissioner appointed by Britannic Majesty's To be sold in the City of Fcrnandlna.
I or refusal, thirty days'notice shall be given to said who shall not, have been duly vaccinated or otherwise government, to investigate, adjust and determine the State of Florida, on the THIRD DAY OF APIUL1865at
proprietor by the said commissioners, notifying such protected against the small-pox ; and make such arrangements claims of the Hu son's Bay Company and of the Puget's ten o'clock, in f'e forenoon, in front of the Post,
proprietor of their intentions ; and if, within thirty.days : for the purpose of ascertaining whether any Sound Agricultural Company against the government of Office, all those lots, pieces and parcels of land
no answer is returned to said commissioners by said : children within the ages prescribed in the preceding the United States, pursuant to the terms of a treaty situate, lying ad certai being in the City of Fernandina and
proprietor, it shall be taken for consent, and the said : section are not attending the public schools, as they signed at Washington on the firstfday of July, eighteen State of }Florida and known and designated the
commissioners may proceed. to erect their schoolhouse I I shall deem best for the purpose of enforcing the attendance hundred and sixty-three ; and the commissioner shallbe Map or Plat of said City of Fernandina as follows on
without let or hindrance. of such children upon said schools, under the authorized to appoint a clerk, with a compensation at Lots No.'one (1), two (2), thirty-one'(31)
SEC. 15. And be it further enacted, That if the treas- provisions of such section and for enforcing the penalty tho rate of eight dollars a day. thirty-two (32), and thirty(34)in(30),BlockNo. ,
urer or collector, having any school funds in his hands, therein prescribed. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Compensation (15), late the Estate thy-fou L. Yulee. een
or neglecting or refusing to obtain such funds as by SEC. 22. And be it further enacted, That this act bo of the commissioner shall be five thousand dollars The said several lots
law authorized and directed, shall refuse to pay for two and the same is hereby, declared public rid remedial, in full for his services and personal expenses. And ing been taken in execution the parcels of land hav
I weeks any order of the said commissioners drawn in and shall be construed by all courts of justice according the sums necessary to pay the.compensation aforesaid, States, will be sold as the ,at of suit the of the United
conformity with the requisitions of this act, such treas- to the equity thereof; and no proceedings of the Inhabitants the share of contingent expenses of the commission on above named as property the peon respectively
urer or collector shall be liable, on proof before any ur of the trusteen of any school-district, or of the the part of the United States, and of the compensation JOSEPH owners r .
court of justice or justice of the peace having cogni- commissioners or primary schools, or of any other officer of the umpire chosen under the convention, are hereby United States Marshal Northern REMINGTON,
zance, and without stay of execution, to pay the full created under the provisions of this act, shall be set appropriated out of any money In the treasury not No. 29 District of Florida
amount of said order and interest thereon, at the rate aside or adjudged to be void for defect of form, or for otherwise appropriated. ;
ot twenty per centum per annum, from the first refusal any irregularity therein, so that the requisitions .of the SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner ; MABSHAL'S
r until the day payment, byway Of damages. If any said act are substantially complied with. I II ,on the part of the United States, in conjunction UVS. SALES. BY
collector appointed or acting under the provisions'o f SEC. 23.And be it further enacted That the'act of con with the commissioner on the part of'Great Britain,Is' of std of Venditioni Exponas.issued -
r thls'actshall in'any'case collect more than is due, the gress entitled uAn act to provide for the public instruction hereby authorized to make all 'needful rules and regulations out of the : the United States fo s
I person aggrieved shall have his remedy against such of youth in primary schools throughout the County for conducting the business of the commission; the Northern'District Florida and to me directed,
I. collector by suit or warrant, and if he recover he shall of Washington in the 'District of Columbia; without such rules regulations not contravening the Consti- I will expose to'sale by Public Auction, in front of the
have judgment for double the amount improperly and the limits of,Washington, and Georgetown;" except the tution of the United States the provisions of this act or Market-houe, in1'the City of Jacksonville, o the (17)
unjustly extorted from him, and costs. The levy'court first and third sections, approved May twenty, eighteen the stipulations of the treaty. seventeenth day of April,1865, at ten o'clock
of Washington County shall exercise a general supervision hundred and' sixty-two be, and the same: Js hereby. SEC. A. ,And be it further enacted, That the Secretary I in the forenoon of that day, the fallowing desb
I; ,over the proceedings .of said commissioners, repealed. of State is hereby authorized and required' to 'transmit Land and Real Estate ; situated in the
may examine tbeir books and papers, and, shall prosecute Approved, June 25, 1864. 'to the said commission Buchpapers :'orTecords relating Jacksonville, .and State of Florida, and known arid'
for any delinquencies Violations of their, duty. the business of the commission Ls'he inay-.deem proper, designated on the Map,or Plat of the City o Jacksonville .
1 It.shall not be lawful for a member of the levy court ofsaid CHAPTER CLVII. or as may be called for by the'commissioner;and at the as follows, to wit : ., .
county to be a commissioner of primary,.schools or An Act to" amend an Act entitled "An Act to define the close of the commission, and Of all the duties of the The west part ot'Water lot No. twenty-three (2S).
t,: trustee of any'of the school districts, nor for any personto Powers and Duties of the Levy Court of, the. County umpire, all the records;' documents/and all other papers fronting seventy-five on Bay street and extending
I beat the carne time commissioner, 'arid 'trustee* 'as. 'of Washington,District of Columbia!" : ::'V .which may have been presented behalf of the back to the River of St Johns,late the of Cyrus
t : aforesaid. < Be enacted by the Senate" and louse of Representativesif United States, shall be returned to'{the"'Department. of Dubad.Atnf A; es. ',r' ,
SEC. 16: And be it further enacted That any white the United'States, of America in'' Congress assembled, State. ', oe ad half of. lot No two (2) in
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resident of said county shall be P privileged to place his That the;first clause of the third section' of the act .Q f.;. Approved, June 27, 1864.CHJUTTEB. square No. eleven (11), late the estate of John IV
l! or her child or ward at any'one of the schools providedfor Congress entitled 'An act to define the powers and duties Sanderson_ and Marian'Ht. Sanderson,
tlie'education of white children &a\d} 'ropnti he or of tfie levy court of the ,'co1U1W'QtWashingtonDistrict ,- CLXUI. wire.Water r'h
she sel ; of Columbia in regard to roaWarid Act in relation the Fees' lot No. ten late the '
may think-prbpeHo t.with the consent of 'the for,rWher An to and Emoluments of the (10) estate of William
trustees of both'" districts" ;; arid:.any colored residentshall'have purpoaes' be and the same-is hereby, amended go asto'readas'fallowaj Marshal, Attorney, and Clerk of the;:'Supremo 'Court, !Ledwith. ..
the same righterwith: respect to colored., ; "That said court shall vethecare of the District of Columbia,'pnd'for other''osea. The East part of Water Jot.No.twenty-three (23), be
schools. and charge of. and the exclusive; :lurisdiction overi Be enacted by the Seriate and House 'of Representatives ing thirty feet front on By street arid running back to
SKC. IT..And be further enacted, That it shall be,the all the public roads and bridges'in 'tsai4 copnty, except of the United States of Am erica'in Congress assembled the River St. Johns, thirty feet in the ,rear, commencing -
of the said commissioners to such roads arid bridges as shall havebeen -That the fees' at the .of Water
duty ; provide 'suitable and 'or'may here- \ of 'the clerk, of the supreme corner lot numbers twenty-
convenient House or rOomsfor, holding school*" for':colored after specially provided for,by Congress;. And, the court of,the District'of'Columbia, except so fjr.ag here, two twenty-three, running 'South to'the, 8
F 'children', Employ and examine teacherstherefor,' said court shall have power and it shall be theirduty.." inafter specifically provided, and:'of'the United States, Johns River, thence West thirty feet,'thence V North. :
and tq appropriate a Pbrtion of the techoo rands/to be determined SEC.'',2. And' be it furtJier 'enacted, That the tenth attorney and the'marshal". f'saidYdlsttict. except Bay St., and thence East to'the place of beginning;'l t
b the number of whiteand'colored children: section of the said act be, and the same Is hereby'amend.edbystrikingoutthe'words far as -hereinafter sha1tbetbo''same; aa the the estate of Thomas O.'Hole ', ,
between the ages' c;6J and 17 years: ;;.tq the payment of "thirty-first, ," arid inserting feesrespectivelyallowed to' clerks of the' district and Water lot No.Svent l'Jtthe! estate of Ar
teachers'. wages, :to the:('buildin J(or rentingofscfiopl the word "thirtieth.. cir nit courts, attorney's, .solicitors-arid proctors and thur.. t
rooms,and other necessary Cxp* &SI pertaining to said V SEC. 3 And be further enacted, That all cemeteries marshals; by the act approved "February twenty-six, Water lot No. fve.(5),also sixty-five feet of the East
schools,to exercise a general''Btip ision' over them Ito in the.District of Columbia, .out ide of the. cities of, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, entitled, "An Act to erly.part of .,six'(6), commencing'at'the-
establish proper discipline,and to'endeavor to' prbrnoie Washington and Gebr etownj the"owners of which'sell regulate the fees and costs to be allowed' clerks, marshals corer .Water lots numbers five and six on Bay street, .
a thorough,equitable, and practical education'of',color*', lots or burial-rights' therein\ indiscriminately to those and attorneys of the circuit and district courts of running thence Southerly along the line of saidiWater-
ed children in'said county.. 'It shall be ''lawful for such applying therefor, shall be assessed and taxed as other the United States, andfor other purposes :" Provided, lots five and six to the St. Joh River, Westerly
commissiorierjs' to impose a,tax "of not'II re ,th'an''flfty property in the same p arts of the said district: Provi That the clerk of said,supreme conrt shall not be allowed along the line of said tec, thence
cents per*month 'for each child on the parents or guar ded, hw&er, That' all.Ot$ inlaid ceme\erles. when .ac-, by the Secretary of.the Interior to retain of the fees and Northerly on a line paralel with the line dividing said
dians of children attending said schools,to b6 'applied tually sold'for burial purposes;.'.Pondany ;.cemetery'held' emoluments of-his said office, for his own personal lots five and six to Bay 'set thence Easterly
to the payment of expenses of the1 school of which said and owned by a''religious society, haVing's regular and, compensation, Over, and above'his Necessary. office expenses said Bay St. t the-place late the alg
children shall be an attendant;" and'31z'the .exercise'Wj known' place 'worship, 'shall be exempt from taxation':" the necessary clerk hire included, to be audited Charles Wiey.' V ;
this power the commissioner may; from"time;' to time, SEC; 4.' And be it further enacted, That hereafter the and allowed by theaccounting 'officers of the treasury, Part of for (4) in Square No. ten (10) commencing
discontinue the payment altogether1,1'>nay 'gt duat said court shall haVe power, and'it shall be ,their duty,I subject to an appeal to the Secretary':Of the Interior, at the corner of lots numbers four and five on
the tax according to tact I bility'of'the 'said' tax-payers to appoint the county surveyor of said County of Wash more than the sum of four thousand dollars per,('annum Foryt street, running South on said line forty-five
and the.wants'of;tbefcehool : "ProOd A, That no child ington, to define his duties from time totime,to fix his and in making out his semi-annual returns,'required by; thenceWet'tentrfeet, thence North fbrty-flvc ,
shall be excluded ft-on such school- on' account of the compensation,arid to remove him ,whenever they shall the third section of said act'said; 'clerk shall embrace feet *'East on said street to'
inabfllty' the parent''or' guardian to. 11ay said tar. deem it proper so.to'do. his fees and emoluments of every name and character place- of ,beginning) late the estate of Theodore
And said commissioners are authorized to receive any SEe S. And'be further enacted, That it shall be the for any service required of him by'laW., '' -. Hartridge.- --> : ? -
donations or 'contributioris that*m ybe': made for the duty of the collector of taxes for said county whenever SEC; 2. And be further 'enacted; That no marshal The'west half of lot No. five, (5) in square No. fifty-
benefit said schools bypereobs disposed to'aid in the the owner or,keeper of any dog or dogs shah neglect orreruse'to nor district attorney of the United states"slu .t by reason two (52);containing fifty-two and one half feet frem
i elevation of the colored;,population" of' he 'District Of pay the: tax thereon, to kill or cause,to be of the discharge of the"duUes'of'h1S"omce'now'or East to West and one:hundred and five feet from North .
Columbia, and to apply f he featae'in finch manner as in' killed every and all'such dogs. hereafter required-of him by law;or in any"casein to South late the estate of Redding.,Biggs:'
their opinion shall be best i calculated -to, effect the'olP SEC. Q."And: be it further enaUed. That the time specified which the United States'wjU.be bound by judgment! Also all that certain piece or parcel of land'situated in
ject of the donors, said commissioners. being required; by the'adt! of February twerityiorie,eighteen hundred which'may be rendered1 In the game, be allowed to' & the County of Duval and State of Florida,:'''begining on
account for all funds received by tneiri,and to repbrt'to and sixty-three, within which*certain roads'in said ,i tain out of the fees, charges,'and emoluments therefor, the South bank of the St. Johns River;at a place known
the levy court in accordance"with the provisions, of I county;.shall be survey edf platted and recorded, Is,hereby i whether prescribed by statute or allowed by a court,or as Cow ford, thence along,;the,road leading from the
section nine of this act rSEC. extended to three years from the first day. of July; I any judge thereof,'a greater maximum .compensation River through the lands of William. J. Hendricks and
18. And bo it further enacted 'That' the first section eighteen hundred and sixty-five. than that fixed by the act aforesaid;. but:-all such'fees his wife in a Southerly direction, six hundred and sixty
of the act of congress entitled "An act providing SKC. 7. And bejtfurther enacted, That the said court and emoluments, of every name and character,shall be feet on the line of the present fence clone George Stone-
for the education ofioolored children in the cities of shall have power to issue, classify and,tax, licenses for [ included in the semi-annual 'returns required of mar- and wife to a corner,'thence in a Westerly course along-
Washington And Georgetown '1 ltrictof Columbia,'and I taverns; hotels, and restaurants,and for retailing goods, shals and attorneys by the third section of the act a streetsix1y feet wide eighteen' hundred and, seventy
: for other PUrposeSbeJ and.tlie same is hereby,'repealed wires and merchandise In said county 'lin proportion to aforesaid: Provided that nothing in this act contained feet to'a stake,,thence Northerly direction along the
; andthat horn and iftet 'the; dsesge"of 'this act i the amount, of business-therson'aPP'1Yin: g for llcen .., shall apply to the provisions of sections eleven and line of lands deeded by'William J. Hendricks and wife
it shall be the duty ofthe: municipal authorities of the likely to $C. The'rnaxlmum sum to, be. charged for tpelve of the "Act to prevent and punish fraud'upon to H. R. Sadler, and 8;Ualliday; to the St.Johns River, ,
cities of Washington end:Georgetown1; in the District any one'license'not; to exceed twp hundred and ,fifty the revenue, approved March: third, eighteen hundred thence in an Easterly direction down the St. Johns flyer ,
of Colnmbiaito set apart:each year of the'whole fund, doU 1'/and the minimum' to be so charged not to be'len and sixty-three." ': to the place of begining, containing twenty-seven ;
received from ill sources,,by such authorities; applio\b1 than two'dollars.1 SKC.'3. And be it further enacted, That, at /the commencement acres more or less, late the estate William Young. :!
under existing' provision of laW"tO, ;purposes of pnbll Sicv Q''And be it further enacted That the notice reqn ir- of every suit in the supreme court of the The said several lots;'pieces and arcel8 of land hav- i
education, such: !proportionate:Jpart- thereof! as the ed.to bh given by the eighth'section of the act which District of Columbia, the plaintiff shall deposit at.1ea.st ing been taken in execution; at the suit of ''the United
number colored children between'the ages of six arid this*an a7n n In nt:need not ,be given:'whea all the eight dollars with the dark' to be appropriated towards States, will be sold as the property of'the i
seventeen years, in the respecth' 'cItist-bear to, the partiesfnterested-are; agreed; and all roads laid out' the cos.t of the suit;..and if the plaintiff, recover against aboved named-as theuwners thereof.persons respectively I
whole number of children thereof for the purpose -of under inch agreeriientj'without; such notice. being.given; ,the'defendant a Judgment:with costs,'and said costs do Joseph 'Remington I
establishing and sustaining public schools in said cities are. hereby declared lawful .highways. :: :< not amount to'eight dollars, the ,overplus r shall be paid United States+MarshaJi j
I' ; for the-education of colored Children 114bat:'U1 Bald Sec. 9.:Arid be)t!;;further'enacted.That all laws aridpsrts'of.laws back to the plaintiff by 'the'clerk': Provided That'suits .31 Northern District Florida. i'

f V proportion shall be ascertained by the last ported'cerit -> Inconsistent,7 with this act, .".are hereby repealed.7 may be prosecuted in said court by poor persons, without -' -,
> of the population of aid cities'made*prior to'' said' ; i/-' V making the deposit herein prescribed,. the ', ." ..
apportionment; and :.haU'be regulated: at all times T-Approved.. June 25,1864.J.3 ,sr der of,the court,'or of one of the Justices upon ot. or- MISCt," X\N. us .
thereby;'and that the aid'rand*;shall be'p&1d' to 'the'trustees *'& "td L SEC.-4'And be it further ctedi'That.the i ,
appointed under the: act of congress approved 'm' 'clIAPTER cLm; / ,1' fees and'no1 other, shall be J allowed' to;the clerk following of said DRY, GOODS,:: GROCERIES, 1'o.? j
July elevens eighteen'ihixndred and sixty-two entitled ,An'Act tdauthorizo the Bailiff,of the'Vprp'hah's,Court, court and the marshal of'said district. ;;:for the' services'followirigt" ASSORTMENT OF ', ,II" '
"An act relating,to.schools for the education'of colored: lithe County of Washington l'District bfC6lumT U w Muslins; (, _
children in'the cities of Georgetovm; the"District of bla. to serVe Processes issued. by;'saidCourt; ;and for For all services rendered by"said cleric to the United Calicoes, f :
Columbia !to be disbursed by them In'accordanee1 with other Purposes. ", States/in cases in which'the said United States is DeLaines, t .
.', the provisions of the said act. *i ;t Be it iriacted bv the Setite and lyouse Representatives: ty'bf record, five dollars. a par Hosiery, '
SEC. 19. .-And. be U further ', 'That one fourth of the United States'' '.of/:rJca.' ',in,'Qpngres; assembled, 'For each marriage license issued by him dollar.* Worsted Braid
part of all the moneya.now;in the hands of the marshalof That the:baiUff of the ''court 'For each one ,
Orphans' ;1n, the County o f certificate of official,dlaract ,'icludin the Sugars, Tea} Coffee,
tho District Colombia ortof iny'.other officer 'of Washington, and'District of Columbia',' or such'person seal,fifty cents: g Rice, Hominy Crackers .. V _
said district,)which i JtaVa>Accrued from fines, penalties '>is may be,deputed;bv the register of wlUs.In paid coun- 'For service1 of any warrant,, 'attachment, i ... ., 'Flour; Cakes, .
and forfeiture imposed for violations of the laws of .ty j shall have authority to'serve propesseg-iBsued. by capias, other ''Writ (except 'execution summons, Starch
the United Butes>within laid district, shall be by'such. .said courtand shall be entitled to a fee of fifty.cents for summons or subpoena for a.witness,)one ,ollarfor venire or a Crockery, Hardware Molassc' .
r Cutlery.
officer or officers paid ta(lhe"Boardof Commissioners serving citations J and a fee .of..ondollar: ,* for" serving person on whom such service maybe made. -:.' each ue k eta and Tubs; ',
of Primary, Schools of..Washington County;District of V attachments ant klng"retri.-ns'of.: the same'' "the Sac: :5; And be -it'further'' 'enactedThat ; Washboards.
Columbia, one fourth'panto the mayor of the city of, .Court.L)And there shall be paid to'th'e.J-eglster, Vf'wills, this act shall be so;construed to repeal nothing in TOBACCO, '(smoking and chewing.)
Georgetown, and the remaining two fourths; thereof for said county'for"recordlpg wills of the modify any ;
'and other'instruInents provisions of an act; entitled fAn act j Together with a general 1 assortment of Sutler' goods
the mayor bf the dly,pf Washington, ;the said sums, so fifteen cenl4 per folio of one'hundred words.: the disposition of'convicts its ifce.eOurts of concerning just received!: V 11
paid to commissioners: and the'said con'stitute1n 56 1864. V for' .the United'States I o' ', (
,:' mayors to Approved-. !.;: ; j ; ; ;.f ,.* subsisting p persons'confined, in jails-charged' THOS.'N. THOMPSON'
their hands funds for the ;
support prima with--violating the'laW'S'of 81-4t rALL
jhoolis within the eaM county and'public schools in*, 'CHAPTER "craiv diminishing the cpeDsesl1i the--Iatlon States" \and. for _
j0 ties in the proportions aforesaid. And it shall be An Act amendatory" of an Act to amend h'!an. Actt May twelfth, eighteen hundredand'sixt.four thereto approved, or of KINDS OF JOB ',PRINTING

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