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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
April 1, 1865
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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.

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THE FLORIDA UNION News by Flag-of-Truce. Rebel Congress. Sheridan at White House Landing.
RICHMOND March 16th.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY'MORNING BY We copy: the following items from: the The House adopted the resolution, for the Gen. Sheridan's command was at the White

W. C.MORRILL: &1. K. STICKNEY. & adjournment of House, on the Pomunkey river, on Saturday
Mocon Telegraph :: Confederate of March Congress on Saturday, the
11th, at 1 o'clock. last, but was commencing to again move towards
: 24th, which was received by flag-of-truce on James river which it has
Pugh from the : ,
Two Dollars per Annum in Advance Military Committee, submitted -
Wednesday last.Yankee reached before the time and where
present ,
No Subscriptions taken for less than Three months a report relation to that part of the
Movement on Snlmn. Presidents referred junction with the army of the Potomac
message to that commit-
Single copies five cents.ADPEATIBEMENTS
MOBILE, March 22.-"Reports state that a would be effected. Nineteen flags captured
cents line each tee.The
Twenty-five per
insertion. column 20,000 strong is about to move from report says that the recommendationof from the rebels by Gen. Sheridan's men on i ii

Advertisements not specifying time will be markedt Pensacola, and another from Mobile 10,000 the President to abolish all class exemp their recent raid were yesterday presented to +

f(till forbidden) and charged accordingly. strong, under Canby; destination, Selma. tions and to confer upon him alone unlimited the War Department, the presentation being

Thomas is to make a simultaneous move power of detail,presents the question whether attended with very interesting ceremonies.
Book, Job and Card Printing of every variety neatly
\ from Vicksburg.Accounts the Representatives General Sheridan s advance reached White
executed at the UNION office.LETTER. or.. Executive shall
k place the entire effective force who shall constitute the army in the field say, House, on the Pamunkey river,on last Satur-
---- -- LIST. operating against Mobile and Selma, at 80-, and what person shall remain at home enga- day night, and his whole command was at

000. Six vessels in sight this morning. ged in persuits indispensable to vital interestsof that point on Sunday, where supplies were
T PST OF LETTERS REMAININGin the country.Experience awaiting him. During his magniticient raid .

the Post Office in Jacksonville,Florida, April From Pensacola. has demonstrated that the dan- he was within fifteen miles of Lynchburg

1st 1865. GENTLEMEN'S: LIST.A. The editor of the Mobile Tribune has had a ger of details as heretofore exercised, has af twelve miles of Richmond, and he destroyed

conversation with a gentleman from the other forded more unneccessary immunity from every bridge over the James river between

Abra, Valentine. 2. I Low, Robert.L. side who brings news of some movements of military service than was consistent with those two place, and every one on the railroad -

B. M.Macklennhen the enemy at Pensacola, derived from a relia well-guarded legislation. between Staunton and Charlottesville,

Benn, Jerome. Win. ble eye witness, yet, in respect to the num- : and completely broke up the James River
Brownlow S. D. MaildenJesse.Browser ber of the Yankee FROM'THE Canal. Though the roads over which he
not the
troops conclusionof NEWS
,Hardy. McManus,John. NORTH.
kind his
marched were of the worst ,
an accurate account. This is very
C. Morrise,Walter S. news up to -
Carleton McKeeu. Moore, Charles. yesterday week. At that time it was be- movements were so rapid that they thoroughly -
Camel, Alexander. I N. lieved that the whole force was between fifteen = Sherman at Coldsboro. mystified the rebels and created apprehension -
D. ,Norman, Turney. entire loss in
in direction. His
Drake, James E. i P. and twenty thousand. Of this number every
Delancy, Corp.Johu. Peterson, Reuben. some five thousand, including infantry, artil- SHERIDAN FORMED A JUNCTION the expedition was fitly enlisted men and .
F. Q. ery and cavalry had marched around WITH two officers. He captured many horses and
Fields,Jos.Fullerton Quin, Jas.B. O. bayou ARMY OF THE JAMES. mules and two thousand came in
whose negroes
,Alex, R. name we have forgotten, to Oak-
I with his command White House.
G. Beast, Thomas. field, which is not quite half way to Gonza- Cold at 156 I to
Griswold,L. Ricer, Coeteler. Ih. In their train there
Goolby, Albin. 2. S. seventy-nine The Fight at Natural Bridge, Via.
Grace,Thomas C. Sweet,J. H. wagons. These were accurately counted. The transport Island City arrived at this Particulars of the recent expedition under .
Glascow Truman. Scott Thomas S. Gen. Steele with his command had left War-
post bringing New York General the St. Marks river
H. Sweeny, Stephen. rington by the bay for Pensacola but whether papers to the 22d. I Newton up .

Hall Ilipsrins,John. ,Sames, J.Schever, he had moved farther than that town was Gen. Sherman had taken possession of Golds- : Florida, are furnished by our Key West cor-
Henry, Loyd., Jefferson. T. not known. The fact that the enemy had boro without any fighting; and had formed a respondent. The object was to clear out the

Harji&on,Alfred. Turner, John L. for several weeks been building numerous I junction with Gen. Schofield's forces. Both rebels in that portion of the State, inflict
J. Turner, Richard H. pontoons is significant and the supposition I such damage on them as should be found .

Joiner Johnson, Nathaniel.,Peter. Times Tarkmitte,Jesse.,Wm. H., 2. is that the purpose is to proceed to the Ala- armies are now furnished with supplies by practicable, and, if possible, capture the town r

Johnson, Henry C. W. bama river, somewhere not for from Clai- steamers,which run up the Neuse river from of St. Marks. Though he did not accomplishall

K.VIIdkins I Geo. W. borne. This, however{, is conjecture. Newbern. Gen. Sheridan's forces arrived at which he hoped to, still Gen.Newton was '
Ivery. Wilson John. to a great extent successful. After consider- ,
Wanton Alexander. White House Landing on the 18th and
Raising Negro Companies, able severe skirmishing, driving the enemy .
LADlES'LIST. RICHMOND, March 16th. obtaining supplies, had gone towards the all the time before him,his command arrived ': .

Byen, J., Mrs.B. I Houston,Percilla H. Mrs. Majors B. C. Ingram and J. P. Turner, James river. at the Natural Bridge, on St. Marks river, F'
Barber, Mrs. Harriet J. having been authorized by the Secretary of It is stated in Richmond that the Southern eight miles above Newport, on the 6th inst 1 r.
C. i[Johnson,Harriet.Miss. War, to raise one or more companies of ne- At this point the rebels were found in strong 1-"
Christopher,L. W.,Mrs. Confederacy is "played out, Hunter and Stevens I
I M. soldiers under the recent act of force and well posted. Here a stubborn figbt ,
Gapers Rose gro Congress
Mrs. McIntyre W. .J
O.Mrs. .
Carrow,Elizabeth, Mrs. Maur,Maria, Miss. approved on the 13th inst., have issued this having notified.Jeff Davis of the fact. took place; but the enemy, though far superior )

E. ,Mixon, Sarah, Mrs. I morning an appeal to the people of Virginia Cotton was quoted at from 34 to 55; Florida in numbers, was finally driven from the
Epps,Miss Maria. Murry, Elsie,Miss. in which field. Owing to this disparity in the national
F. they quote extracts from a letter ordinary being quoted at the former rates.
Fario,Antonia, Miss. from General Lee to General Ewell dated force, and to the bridges over the river
I Ward, S. R., Mrs. Gold has fallen to $1 56 5-8. it
G. Williams,Frances, Mrs. the 19th. They hope it will be found prac- being burned, Gen. Newton deemed expe-
Greaner, L. Gnereina,Mrs. ticable to raise a considerable force in Richmond [From the New York Herald, March 22.] dient to postpone till another occasion furth

be tar particular Persons to calling for any of*the above. will please and attifch great importance to the Sherman in Possession of GolcUboro. er operations against the town of St. Marks,
say Advertised. result of the first and his command fell back, without being
E. H. REED, Postmaster. experiment. They think The retirement of the enemy from Golds-
nothing should be left undone that is calcu- boro, N. C., without a fight and the occupa- troubled by the rebels, and returned to Key

lated to make it successful ; and that the tion of that town by General Sherman's army, West. During the stay of his troops on the .
sooner this can be accomplished the better. are reported from Newbern and Fortress mainland they destroyed> a rebel shot and

Quartermaster's Orders The appeal calls on the people to send Monroe. General Sherman's and Schofield's shell manufactory and some very extensive
Cashed. such of their salt works. Their casualties in killed,wounded -,
servants as can be spared and forces have effected a junction, and are now
't asks every man in the State to aid in the organization furnished with supplies by steamers which and missing are estimated at one hundred

of the force to be raised, by sending run up the Neuse river from Newbern. It and fifty.

forward their servants to the rendezvous is said that on retreating from Goldsboro the >

in Richmond. rebels moved towards Virginia, and it was NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.

-- thought doubtful whether they would make The Southern Confederacy Played Out. ,
Torpedoes in the Savannah. any attempt at all to stay Gen. Sherman's
24th.-The belief
that the so-called Southern Confederacy is
DROWNED. Sherman's and General Schofield's
GREAT SALE TO CLOSE THE CONCERN OF forces were still operating separately to about to collapse and give up the ghoet has
: March 23rd. up taken possession of almost everybody here, I
I On the 20th inst., a number of negroes last Wednesday though communication be- high government officials not excepted. It

: having built a raft on Brier Creek, about one tween them was established. At that time is known by the administration that A. H. ,
hundred miles below this city floated out in- Schofield's men had had no fighting with the .
Clothing: ,Stephens has given up the cause, and has
since the 10th inst. In the
to the river and attempted to navigate it to rebels three days said to Jeff. Davis that all is lost. The howl
Savannah to join the Yankees The craft engagement before Kingston, ending with of the Richmond over his silence will '!
'" struck a torpedo and was blown to pieces.- that date, it is now estimated that the Union not, therefore, bring him out of his hiding

Dry Goods, V Not one of the party has since been heard of, losses were about two thousand, and thoseof place. Hunter has also informed Davis to
all are supposed to have been lost. the rebels about three thousand. Large the same effect.
numbers of the North Carolina'rebel troops r.
Prisoners of War. deserted and left for home .on the ,fall of -- -

HD'QRS. MILITARY PRISONS, C. S. A. \ Kingston. General Terry, who has been for Military Changes.
Boots.& Shoes, SELMA, ALABAMA, March 6th, 1365. j some time in command at Wilmington, is to Brig. Gen. Israel Vogdes, who had a com "

'T' GENERAL ORDERS ) resume active work in the field. Large num- mand in this Department under Gen. Gill-

,4 NO.1. f bers of the white and colored refugees who more, during his previous administration, is

Hata aad Having entered upon the duties of Com- followed Sherman's army to Fayettevillehave coming down here and will have commandof
Caps, missary General of Prisoners by order of the arrived at Wilmington. The negroes the District of Florida. .

! President of the Confederate States, and be- will be sent to South Carolina, and consigned Brig. Gen. E. P. Scammon, now in com .

ing satisfied that it is duty to humanity no to the care of General Saxton. mand, is going North, on account of ill
less than the true policy of the Government, health.

t Groceries, to treat prisoners of war with courtesy and. Gen. Grant's Treasury Order. Col. Gurney, of the 127th N. T.arrived
kindness and that it is the I HEAD QUABTEBS U. S. A.
; believing special } here, as previously announced in the Sav-
CITY POINT, VA., March 16, 1865.
wish of the President so to organize this SPECIAL ORDERS, annah Daily Herald, having recovered from
branch of the service as meliorate the con- No. 13. f the wounds received at Deveaux Neck, and

Hardware, dition and suffering of prisoners of war on First. The operations on all treasury trades, permitsand will assume command of the city of Charles-
both sides; and desiring at the earliest pos- all other trade permits, and licenses to trade, by ton. Col Stewart L. Woodford, of the 103d
whomsoever granted within the State of
Virginia, except -
sible moment to confer with the Federal U. S. C. T. will return Hilton
that portion known as the Eastern shore, and the to Head and
Ac., tc., Ac., \&e. Commissary General of Prisoners, with the States of North Carolina and South Carolina, and that resume his position as Chief of Staff to Gen.
view,of adopting a mutual system kindness portion of Georgia immediately bordering on theAtlantic Gillmore. .

to prisoners, all officers having in charge including until farther the of Savannah, are hereby ,,suspended Capt. Thos. J. Robinson, of the 54th N.Y.. ,

Orders on the Federal prisoners of war are instructed to I All contracts and agreements made under or by virtue V. V., of Gen. Scammon's Staff, has been relieved ,
Quartermaster taken at PAR I treat them with courtesy and kindness, and of any parts of states during the existence of.the from duty in the District of Florida.

One quarter in cash; three quarters in goods. to provide for them the same rations furnished authorities war, will be for deemed the benefit void,of and the be Government subject to the, military whetherthe He was formerly A. A.. A. G., of the Depart-, .

: our own soldiers. Early as practicable same is, at the time of such contracts or agreements ment, and has 'obtained gradual promotion
measures will be taken to erect suitable Bar- within their reach, or at any time hereafter comes with by his meretorious conduct-Savannah .
;\ racks and Hospital accommodations. in their reach, either by the operations of war or! the March 24.
; ISAAC A. NOE This I understand to have been the ordersof act of the contracting parties or their agents. The,de
of all contracted for
livery goods and not delivered before
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. the Government heretofore and it is inten- the publication of this Order is prohibited Sup
r ded here to announce that efforts will be made plies of all kinds are prohibited from passing into any A TTENTION-THERE WILL BE '
: by inviting the co-operation of the Federal of the States or parts of States,,except such as are abso- JA MEETING OF CO. "A," FLORIDA MILITIA f ..
lutely for the wants of those
authorities, to place the treatment of prisoners lines of necessary actual military occupation, and living under within no circumstances the at:Masonic Hall, over the Store,of J. S.'Sammis
:on Saturday April 1st at 8 o'clock:, for
on both sides,on the same footing. win Military Commanders allow them to craning; ,
LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING By order ofGIDEON pass beyond the 1ine i'they actually hold. the and purpose drill. All of the a better members organization are respectfully of the Company requestedto

"\ NEATLY'EXECUrw at the UKJOK Omas, J. PILLOW,Brig. Gen. By Command of LT. GEN. GRANT.P. attend. THOS. N. THOMPSON, Capt.R. .

and Commissary General of Prisoners C. S. A. S.Bowers, A. A.General. P. FITHUN, O. S. ,



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.,_ ,. __ft for first proof, two dollars and On screws, commonly called wood screws, two inches
"" On brandy,
i with about sixty pounds of powder. of:}argQ First. or over in length, eight cents per pound ; leas than two
'Ih > hnit1n uil'uJ ,I fifty" per manufactured or distilled 'from grain inchei.it1length, eleven cents per pound. j'
y. g c grain and English glazed manufacture, and On other materials spirits, for:>:flr8t proof two dollars per Ott screw of-any,other metal than iron, and all other t
most have}cbstjtiic: rebs quite a fortune in: gallon.or Vl screws of iron except wood screws, thirty-five per cen
and of all kinds, and arrack, ab- tum ad valorem.
J their script ter purchase it. The anchors\ On cordials kirschenwasger, .-ratafia, and other spirituous, On iron in pigs, nine dollars per ton.
JACKSONVILLE APRIL 1 1865., synthe, for*two dollars On vessels of cast-iron not otherwise provided for,
provided per
otherwise ,
consist of hundred not
f attached ing one beverages
already ,
were, and on andirons, sadirons, tailors' and hatters' irons,

4! pound shells, filled with shot. gallon.bay rum,one dollar and fifty cents per cOn gallon.On stoves and stove-plates, of cast iron, one and one-half

I A GOOD ;MOVE. ; wines of all kinds, valued at not over fifty cents, cent per pound.,
Mr.: Linscott, with the aid of Mr. Faur and I cents per gallon and twenty-five per On cast-iron steam, gas, and water-pipe, one and ont
that arise gallon twenty
may with i per valued at over fifty cents and not half cent per pound.On .
I of the Corps a ad valorem
Engineer centum ;
If", operations of the Wambling over one dollar per gallon, fifty cents per gallon and cast-iron butts and hinges, two and a half cents

\ party of men and canoes succeeded in getting twenty-five per centum ad valorem; valued at over one per pound.On .
Jacksonville, the auf and twenty-five hollow ware, glazed or tinned, three and one half
I; I them off to the Norwich about ten o'clcck dollar per gallon, one dollar per gallon '
cents pound.
\ thorities o this post have suggested the pro- percent ad wines valorem, in: bottles Provided, shall, That pay no a less champagneor rate of On all other castings of iron, not otherwise provided
the Panic night. sparkling
themselves bottle containing I for. thirty per centum ad valorem.On .
citizens bottles each
priety of the organizing I duty than six dollars per dozen ,
-*- --- than and more than one I all manufactures of iron, not otherwise providedfor

$. into companies; for local defence ; to be properly I ANOTHER RAID.-A portion of the same pint, or not six more dollars per one two quart dozen bottles, each bottle thirty-five per centum, ad valorem.On .
old scrap iron, eight dollars per ton: Provided,
officered by men of their own choice ; party which recently made a. raid, an account containing On all spirituous not more liquors than one, not pint.otherwise enumerated, That nothing shall be deemed old iron that has not beenin

t to drill if they think proper, and to hold of which we published on the 11th one hundred per centum ad valorem: Provided, That actual use and fit be remanufactured
in bars, coils sheets steel wire,
A of shall be levied, collected On steel ingots, end
amount duty
lower rate or
themselves in readiness assist the military ult., started from Jacksonville on Saturday no, and paid, on brandy, spirits, and other spirituous not less than one fourth of one inch in diameter,.valued

: in repelling an attack of the rebels should last and landed at the head of Glark's Creek, beverages first proof, but than shall that be fixed increased by law in for proportion the description for any of at fourth seven per cents pound per; valued pound at or above less, two seven cents and not and above one

t occasion Acting this hint of first and eleven cents per pound, three cents per pound ; valued j,
require. upon and striking out into the interior about five greater strength than the strength proof ;
tinder at above eleven cents per pound, three cents and a half

and stimulated thereto by a polite notice !. miles, came across a rebel picket post, onRobert's no first brand proof,,spirits shall pay, or other a less spirituous rate of duty beverages than fifty per per pound, and ten per Centum ad valorem.On .

I from the Provost Marshal's clerk that their l of centum valorum : Provided, further, That all imita- steel ware less than one fourth of an inch in diameter -
plantation seven men capturing
and not less than sixteen, wire gauge,
of wines imported
I tions of brandy or spirits, or by any
H presence would be agreeable, at the office of Lieut. Shedd and four men, and killing two names whatever, shall be 'subject to the highest rate of two and one-half cents per pound, and in addition

Lieut. IIi mack, in charge of ordnance, at the others. The rebels were armed I with car- duty provided to bo'represented for the genuine, and in articles no case respectively less than one intended thereto than number twenty sixteen per ,centum wire gauge ad ,valorem three cents; less per or pound finer

appointed time a goodly number of the inhabitants bines and revolvers, captured from United dollar per gallon: And provided, further, That brandies, and in addition thereto twenty per centum ad valorem.On .
I form not otherwise provided for
steel in ,
bo in bottles any
"I to It he of rendezvous States troops, three of which were Spercer'sseven [ or other spirituous liquors may imported ad valorem.On .
: repaired place when the package shall contain not less than one dozen ; thirty per centum
shooter rifles captured from our troopsat skates costing twenty cents or less per pair, eight
and'all bottles shall pay a separate duty of two cents
and after few remarks Col.
a by Tilghman
Gainesville last summer. The party each, whether containing wines, brandies or other cents per pair ; costing over twenty cents per pair, .d

r commander of the Post, who briefly stated the brought; the prisoners and their arms into spirituous liquors subject to duty as hereinbefore men- thirty-five On cross per cut centum saws, ten ad cents valorem.per lineal foot. '.

objects of the meeting and purposes to be accomplished Jacksonville Monday:: lastbut, were obligedto tioned.Second. On also, porter and beer, in bottles, thirty- On mill, pit and drag saws, not over nine inches l 1

: 4 -proceeded to the election of leave three horses with their equipments, five cents: per gallon ; otherwise than in bottles, twenty wide, twelve and a half cents per lineal foot.
On all handsaws not over twenty-four inches in I'
not. having transportation 1 to bring them cents per crallou.
officers. Three companies have already been r Third.! On cigars of all kinds valued at fifteen dollars length, seventy-five cents per dozen, and in addition
along. thereto thirty centum ad valorem over twenty-
per ;
_.,.,, __ or less per thousand, seventy-five cents per pound andtwenty
: organized a number remains for the formation = -----.s ---- per centum ad valorem ; valued at over fifteen four inches in length, one dollar per dozen and in addition

i j. of another.In (dollars and not over thirty dollars per thousand, one thereto thirty: per centum ad valoremOn
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES[ ETC. dollar and twenty-five cents per pound and thirty per all back-saws not over ten inches in length sev
this connection we would take occasion to \ .., ASSORTMENT: : OFMuslins ) centum ad valorem; valued at over thirty dollars and enty-five cents per dozen, and in addition thereto thirty
not over forty-five dollars per thousand: two dollars per per centum ad valorem j over ten inches in length, one
remark, that, in our opinion, at least one or 'Calicoes, pound and fifty per centum ad valorem ; valued] at dollar per dozen, and in addition thereto thirty per

I two good militia companies: should bii formed Po.Liiines, over forty-ln dollars per thousand!: three dollars per centum ad valorem.
I losicry: pound and !sixty per centum ad valorem: Provided that On files, file blanks!, rasps and floats of all descrip
"i out of these numbers: for permanent organization W 01:-tl'd lraitlSngal'f :-, paper cigars or cigarettes,including wrappers, shall be tions, not exceeding inches in length, ten cents per
1 ', Ti-a, CoilVe. subject to the same:' duties imposed ou cigars.On pound and in addition thereto thirty per centum ad :'
to aid in the defence and preserving valorem exceeding ten inches in length, six cents per
Rico, HOIJju', rockers snuff and snuff-flour, manufactured of tobacco, ;
the peace of the town. The citizens of Flor- Hoar: \ Cakes, ground dry, or damp, and pickled, scented, or otherwise pound, and in addition thereto thirty per centum ad

Starch, Molasses*. of all descriptions; fifty cents per pound. valorem.On .
ida have: certainly, by this time, seen enough Crockery HardwareCutlery.. On tobacco in leaf,unmanufacturei t and not stemmed, peu-knives, jack-knives, and pocket-knives of all
: ; Buckets and Tubs, thirty-five cents per pound.On kinds, fifty per centum ad valorem.On .
of the horrors of and
war are
probably needles for -machines dol-
Washboards. tobacco manufactured, of all descriptions, and knitting or sewing one
::1 that: the Federal Government possesses: TOBACCO, (smoking and chewing.) stemmed tobacco not otherwise provided for, fifty cents lar per thousand and iu addition thereto thirty-five
Together with a general assortment of :Sutler's; } goods per pound. I per centum ad valorem.
t' > sufficient power for its own preservation.Many i just received. SEC. 3. And le funkier enacted, That on and after theday On iron squares marked on one side, three cents per
of them have for four experiencedall I Til OS. THOMPSON.: and year aforesaid, in lieu of this duties heretofore pound, and thirty per centum, ad valorem; on all other
years 31-4t--- imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned, squares of iron or steel, six cents per pound and thirty
the blessings to be derived from the Davis ---- there shall be levied, collected and paid on the goods per centum ad valorem.On .
\7ALlT\JiLE i P110PE11TY FOR wares, and merchandise, herein enumerated and provi all manufactures of steel, or of which steel shall
despotism and probably have become satisfied V SALE, IS ST. AuorsriM, Florida.-Several ded for imported from foreign countries, the following be a component part, not otherwise provided for, forty-

tliat their liberties were not quite so Houses and Lots, suitable for Winter Kohidoucos. Also duties and rates of duty, that is to say :- five per centum valorem: Provided, That all articlesof
several Vacant Lots, the most desirable iu the city On bar iron, rolled or hammered,comprising flats not steel partially manufactured, or of which steel shall
r. much restricted under the old Hag as they for erecting buildings. Apply to less than one or more than six inches wide, not less be a component part, not otherwise provided for, shall
had W. MORKILL, than three-eighths of an inch or more than two inches pay: the same rate of duty as if wholly manufactured.
It' imagined. 14atf Femandiua, Fla. thick; round not less than three-fourths of an inch nor I On bituminous coal, and shale, one dollar and twentyfive -
: t than two inches in diameter cents for a ton of twenty-eight bushel eighty
Of the ultimate destruction, and that at no ------. ------------------ more ; and squares not ,
,. ; less than three-fourths of an inch nor more than two pounds to the bushel. jOn
distant day of the leaders of the rebellion [on'ICIAL.l) coke and culm of coal centum ad
cent twenty-five
,. inches square, one .per pound. On bar iron, per
i and the overthrow of the Confed- LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. rolled or hammered, comprising flats less than three- valorem.On .
I consequent AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE eights of an inch or more than two inches thick or less lead, in pigs and bars, two cents per pound.On .
eracy there can be no possible doubt. In view THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. than one inch or more' than six inches wide ; rounds old scrap-lead, fit only to be manufactured,
;. less than three-fourths of an inch or more than two cent and one half per pound.On .
.t a. of this contingency it behooves the people CHAPTER CLXX. inches in diameter ; and squares less than threefourthsof lead in sheets, pipes, or shot, two or three quarter

f ') ..c of Florida to be taking some steps towards alf An Act repealing certain Provisions of Law concerning an inch or more than two inches square, one cent cents per pound.On .
> ; Seamen on board public and private Ves- and one half per pound: Provided, That all iron in pewter, when old and fit only to be remanufactured -
restoration of the civil authority, or in other sels of the United States.Be slabs, blooms, loops, or other forms, less finished than I two cents per pound.On .
iron in bars, and more advanced than pig iron, lead ore ono and a half cents per pound. 0
t; words return to self it enacted by the Senate and Ilmue nf Representatives except
rf ; a government. We speak of the United State of America in Congress assembled, castings, shall be rated as iron in bars, and pay a duty ,I On copper iu pigs, bars, or ingots, two and a half cents

I 1 advisedly, when we say that the fullest liberty That so much of an act entitled "An act for the regulation accordingly : And provided, further, That none of the per pound.
of seamen on board the public and private vesselsof above iron shall pay a less rate of duty than thirty-five i On sheathing-copper in sheets forty-eight inches long
and protection, will be accorded them in the the United States,'' approved the third of march, one per centum ad valorem. and fourteen inches.wide, weighing from fourteen to ".

t legitimate exercise of all their civil thousand eight hundred and thirteen, as makes it not On all iron imported in bars railroads and inclined thirty-four ounces' per square foot, three and, a half
i powers lawful to employ on board any of the public or priY'atevessels planes, made to patterns and fitted to be laid down on cents per pound.
1 and_ duties so soon as any considerable numbers ot the United States any person or persons except such roads .r planes without further manufacture, sixty On copper rods, bolts nails, spikes, copper bottoms
citizens of the'United States or of color cents per one hundred pounds. Ou boiler or other copper in sheets or plates, called braziers' copper, and 'i
shall manifest a desire to return thereto. natives of the United States 1 and so much of the third, plate iron not less than three sixteenths of an inch in other sheets: of copper not otherwise provided for thirty- *j
fifth, sixth, and seventh sections of"An act thickness, one cent and a half per pound. On iron five per centum ad valorem. *
:f the navigation of the United States" approved concerning the first wire, bright, coppered or tinned, drawn and finished, : On zinc, spelter, or teutenegue: manufactured in
I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. of March, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen not more than one-fourth of an inch in diameter, not I blocks or pigs, one and a half cent per pound. .
as concerns the crews of vessels therein named ; and so, less than number sixteen, wire-gau, two dollars per On zinc, spelter, or teutenegue in sheets, two and one I*
I much of the first section of an act entitled "An act to one hundred pounds and in addition thereto fifteen quarter cents per pound. '
t WE indebted repeal the tonnage duties ships and vessels per centum ad valorem; over number sixteen and not On diamonds, cameos, mosaics, gems pearls rubies
are to Capt. Stilwell of the upon of the ,
\ United States and upon certain foreign vessels," over number twenty-five, wire gauge, three dollars and and other precious & one, when not.act a duty of ten
steamer Otawa, commanding blockading fleet proved the thirty-first of May, one thousand eight hun-ap- fifty cents per one hundred pounds, and in addition per centum ad valorem.
thereto fifteen centum ad valorem SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That on and after 3
per : Provided
1 dred and as makes discrimination that
thirty in
St. Johns river, for a copy of the> Philadelphia vessels certain proportions, of whose crews shall favor be citi-ot wire covered with cotton, silk, or other material shall the day and year aforesaid, t there shall be levied collected t

Ledger of the 14th from which obtain :. zens of the United States, shall be, and the same are pay five cents per pound in addition to the foregoing and paid ou the importation of the articles here-
we hereby: repealed: Provided, however, That officers of rates. On smooth or polished sheet iron by whatevername I inafter mentioned, the following duties, that is to say:
valuable and important Information vessels of the United States shall in all cases be citizensof designated, three cents per pound. On sheet-iron On all wool, unmanufactured, and all hair of the alpaca. I
I the United States. common or black, not thinner than number twenty', I goat, and other like animals, unmanufactured the val-
published in another column. Approved, Juno 28, 1864: wire gauge, one cent and one fourth of one cent per ue whereof at the last port or place from whence ex
.-. pound; thinner than number twenty and not thinner ported to the United States, exclusive of charges such ,,
U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE.--The U. -- than number twenty-five, wire gauge one cent and a ports, shall be twelve cents or less per pound, three "
S. Marshal CHAPTER CLXXI. half per ponnd ; thinner than number twentv,five, cents per pound; exceeding twelve cents and not exceeding -
I for this District, made sale on Monday of Au act to increase Duties on Imports! and fur other wire gauge, ono cent and three-fourths of one cent per twenty-four cents per pound, six cents per
Purposes.Be pound.On pound; exceeding twenty-four and not exceeding thirty-
several valuable lots of land under the confiscation it enacted by the Senate and IfMSe nf Representative tin plates, and iron galvanized or coated with two cents, ten cents per pound, and in addition thereto

I Act and of the United States of America in Congress aasembed, metal by electric batteries, or otherwise, two cents anda any I ten per centum ad valorem; exceeding thirty two cents
at an adjourned sale on That on and after the first day of July,, Anno Domini, half per pound.On ''per' pound, twelve cents per pound and in addition

the following day of a lot of prize property eighteen hundred and sixty-four, in lieu of the duties all band hoop and scroll iron from one half to six thereto teu per centum ad valorem : Provided That
heretofore approved by law on the articles hereinafter, inches in width, not thinner than one-eighth of inch any wool of the sheep or hair of the alpaca;the'-goat: ,
consisting of Cotton, Rosin and Turpentine. mentioned there shall be levied, collected and paid, on one and one-fourth cent per pound. an and other like animals which shall be imported in any

In; view of all the circumstances goods wares and merchandise herein enumerated aridprovided On all band, hoop and scroll iron from one half to six other than the ordinary condition, as now and hereto-
the property for, imported from foreign countries, the fol- inches wide, under one-eighth of an inch in thickness fore practised, or which shall be changed in its character -
r $ broUght fair prices. A small lot of Florida lowingduties and rates of duty, that is to say: and not thinner than number twenty, wire one, or condition for the purpose of evading the duty or
On all sugar above number twelve, and not above and a half cent per pound. gauge' which shall be reduced in value by the admixture of

long staple brought CO cts., and anothe; lot number fifteen, Dutch standard in color, three cents On all band, hoop,and scroll iron thinner than num- dirt or any foreign substance, shall be subject to pay a

50 cts., the short staple was sold for 53 and a half per pound.On ,ber twentJwire gauge, one and three-fourths cent per duty of twelve cents per pound and ten per centum ad
cts., all sugar above number fifteen, not stove-dried, pound.On valorem, anything in this act to the contrary notwith-

I'i the rosin was sold for $12 per bbl., and the and not above number twenty, Duch standard in color slit rods one cent and one-half per pound, and on standing : Provided, further That when wool of differ
four cents per pound. ,all other descriptions of rolled or hammered iron not ent qualities is imported,.the same bale, bag or pack-
turpentine for $1,05 per gallon. First. On teas of all kinds, twenty-five cents per otherwise provided for, one cent and one fourth Per age, and the aggregate value of the contents of the

r 41L ....... -pound. ponnd. ---- bale, bag, or package, shall be appraised by the appraised -
L -- Second. On all sugar not above number 12, Dutch On locomotive tire, or parts thereof, three cents by the appraisers at a rate exceeding twentyfourcents
T4IAhWe take this oppertunity to standard in color, three cents per pound. pound. per per pound, it shall be charged with a duty often

tender our grateful On all refined sugar in form of loaf, lump, crushed, Ou mill-irons and mill-cranks of wrought iron, and cents per pound and ten per centum ad valorem and
t acknowledgement to the powdered, pulverized, or granulated, and all stove-dried wrought iron for ships, steam-engines and locomotives when bales of different qualities are embraced in the
officers who favored us with late rebel or other sugar above number twenty, Dutch standard or parts thereof, weighing each twenty-five pounds same invoice at the same price, whereby the average
; papers in color, five cents per pound : Provided, That the more, two cents per pound. price shall be lessened more than ten per centum the
by flag-of-truce last week. No one not acquainted standard by which the color and grades 01 sugar are to On anvils and on iron cables, or cable chains value of tho whole shall be appraised according to the
or arts
with the be regulated shall be selected and furnished to the collectors thereof, two cents and 'a half per pound. P value of the bale of the best quality ; and no bale, bag
management of a ,newspaper of such ports of entry as, may bo necessary by On chains. trace chains, halter-chains fence-chains or package shall be liable a less rate of duty in consequence
at a distant post in a' military depart- the Secretary of the Treasury, from time to time, and made of wire or rods, not less than one fourth of of being invoiced with wool of lower value
in such manuer as he may deem expedient.On inch,in diameter two"cents and a half per pound less And provided, further, That wool which shall be imported -
Communication with the outside sugar-candy, not colored, ten cents per.pound. than one-fourth of one inch in diameter, two cents;and I scoured, shall pay in lieu ot the duties herein
\\world Is only "semi-occasional] On all other confectionery, not otherwise provided for a half per pound ; less than' one-fourth of one inch in provided, three times the amount of such duties.
can well f made wholly or in part of sugar, and ,on ,sugars alter diameter and not under number ( ,Second. On sheepskins, raw or unmanufactured
understand the weight of obligation a printer being refined, when tinctured,colored, or in any way three cents Dumber I imported with the wool on, washed or unwashed shall

under for any favor in the shape ornen-s. adulterated, valued at thirty cents per pound or lets, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.! be subject to a duty of twenty per centum advalorem:
I .. .. fifteen cents per pound. On all confectionery valued! On anchors, or parts thereof, two cents and ono fourth and ou flocks, waste, or shoddy, three cents per pound.SEC. .
above thirty cents per ponnd, or when sold b).the box, per pound.On !5.; t.Aral be it further enacted, Tbat ou and attsr the

e TORPEDOES CAl URED.-An package, or otherwise than by the pound, fifty per blacksmiths'hammers and sledges, axles, or parts day and year aforesaid, there shall be be levied, cl-
expeditionfrom ad
centum valorem.Third. .
thereof and malleable lected and paid the articles hereinafter
iron in castings, not otherwise ou importation of the
the Gunboat Norwich, under command On molasses from sugar-cane, eight cents per provided for, two cents and a half per pound. mentioned, the following duties, that is \t say :

of Act. Linscott I gallon. On sirup of sugar-cane Juice, melado, concentrated On wrought iron railroad chairs, and wrought iron First. On Wilton, Saxony, and Ambusson, Axminis-
Ensign started on the mor'ning molasses, two cents and a half per pound : Provided nuts and washers, ready punched, two cents ter, patent velvet Tourney velvet, and tapestry velvet

:' ., of the 18th ult., and landing at Bremer's That all sirups of sugar or sugarcane, cane pound. per carpets: and, carpetiug..1)r1.1ss carpets wrought by the
i juice, concentrated molasses, or concentrated inelado On bed-screws and wrought-iron Jacquard machine. and all medallion whole carpets,
hinges two
Point, proceeded up Drum mood's Creek entered under,the name of molasses, or any other name and a half per pound. cent valued at one dollar and twenty-five cents or under per
than sirup of sugar, or of sugar cane, cane juice, con- On wrought board nails square yard, seventy cents valued at
+ about two miles and while centrated molasses spikes, rivets,and bolts, two per square yard ;
foraging came or concentrated melado and half
shall be one rents per pound. over one dollar and twenty-five cent per square yard
across four torpedoes on the bank of the liable shall be to forfeited.SEC. forfeiture. to the United States, and tie same On cut nails and spikes, one and a half cent. per eighty<;cnts per square yard : 1'ruridtd, That no car-
., pound. peting, carpets, or rugs of the foregoing description
creek, which from had 2. And be it further'enaged, That on and after On horseshoe shall of valo,
appearances not been the nails five cents per pound. pay a duty, less than,fifty per centum ad
day and year aforesaid in lieu of the duties heie- On cut tacks, brads rem. On Brussels and and
there more than or sprigs, not tapestry Brnssnls carpets
forty-eight hours tofore the exceeding sixteen
; upon a imposed by law on articles hereinafter ounces to the cents
tioned men thousand, two and ono half carpetings, printed on the wrap otherwise::.e, fitty
closer examination they'proved to be ready goods,,wares there,shall and,merchandise be levied, collected. > and paid, on tho thousand; exceeding sixteen ounces to the cents thousand per per square yard. On all treble ingrain, three-ply, and
Enumerated and throe cents ,
!provided per pound. worsted chain Venetian and carpeting, forty
or;, placing, In the creek, being each filled the for in this section,imported from foreign countries, I On steam' :gap, nnd water tul*, [tubes. cents per square yard. On carpets yam Venetian and two-P1)'

following duties and rates of duty., that is to say: J I wrought iron, two cents and a half per*,(pound.] and fluos, pf ingrain carpets and carpeting thirty, fito cents,. per'
square! yard. On hemp or jute carpeting, six and anau"
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carpets and carpeting,'printed, e lo fed" .:poi otherwise, On cotton Bhlit An4"w ,woven or made on frames On porcelain' : and Bx>1 f.nSwa:glass.R .crystal Z for ,vlded s j -tor"iD this'-section, imported from foreign, eoun ;

twenty-five cents per square yard. On carpets and carpeting and on all cotton hosiery thirty-five per centum ad 1 wathes, paintings on glass or glasses pebbles for spettacles. tries, the following duties and rates of duty,,that Is to .,
of wool flax, or cotton, or parts of either, or valorem.On other material not otherwise specified, forty per centumad cotton velvet,thirty-five per centum ad valorem.On shall be a competent material, cot otherwise provided i" On books,. periodicals,. pamphlets, ,blank books,
valorem : Provided, That mats, rugs, screeens. coven cotton braids;insertings, lace, trimming, or bobi- for, and all glass bottles or Jan,!filled with sweatmeats .I bound or unbound illustrated boob and papers, and .
hassocks bedsides and other portions of carpets or net, and another manufactures of cotton, not otherwise or preserves, not otherwise_provided for, forty per cen- maps and charts twenty-five per centum ad valorem. .
carpeting, shall be subject to the rate of duty herein provided for, thirty-five per centum ad valorem." tam ad valorem. ,On cork, bark; or 'wood, unmanufactured, thirty-per
imposed on carpets or carpeting of like character or SEC. 7. And be itfurtker enacted That on and after the i i SEC. 10. And be .further enacted, ,That on and after centum. ad valorem.
description, and on all other mats, screens, hassocks day and year aforesaid in lieu of the duties heretofore ,. the day and year aforesaid, in lien of the duties ret I On corks, and cork bark manufactured, fifty per
and rugs forty-five per centum ad valorem. .'Imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned, fore imposed by law on the articles' hereinafter men- centum ad valorem.
Second. On woollen cloths, woollen shawls, and all there shall be levied, collected and paid on the goods, Honed and on such as may now be exempt from'duty I .On hatters' furs, not on the skin, and dressed furs on
manufactures of wool of every description made whollyor wareS,, and merchandize enumerated and provided for there shan be levied collected, and paid on the goods,, the akin, twenty per-centum ad valorum. Furs on the .
in part ofw"ol. not otherwise provided for, twenty- in this section, imported from foreign countries, the I wares, and merchandise enumerated and provided for skin, undressed, ten per cent ad valorum.
four cents per pound and in addition thereto forty per following duties and rates of duty, that is to say:- I. in this section, imported from foreign countries, the I. fire-crackers, one dollar per box of forty packs
centum valorem.. On goods of like!description, when First. On brown and bleached linens ducks can- following duties and rate of duty, that is to say :_ not exceeding eighty iu each pack, and in the same
valued at over two dollars per square yard, a duty, in vas, paddings, cotton bottoms, burlaps, diapers crash, First. On annatto seed, extract of annatto, nitrate of proportion for any greater number. ..
addition to the foregoing: rates, of five per centum ad huckabacks handkerchiefs, lawns, or other manufactures barytes, carmined indigo,crude tica,extract of safflower On gutta-percha, manufactured, forty per centum ad
valorem : Provided, That goods of like description, of flax;jute or hemp, or which flax jute,or hemp, finishing powder, gold size and patent size, cobalt,, valorem.On .
composed oi worsted the hair of the alpaca, goat or shall be the component material of chief value, not oxide ofcobalt, smalt, zaffre, and terra alba, twenty gunpowder and all explosive substances used for
other like animals and weighing over eight ounces to otherwise provided for valued at thirty cents or, less I per centaur ad valorem ; on nickel, fifteen per centum mining, blasting, artillery.or sporting purposes, when
the square yard, shall be subject to pay the same duties per square yard, thirty-five per centum ad valorem ; ; ad valorem. valued at twenty cents or less per pound, a duty of six
and rates of duty herein provided for woollen cloths.- valued at above thirty cents per square yard forty per Second. On albumen asbestos, asphaltuin, crocus cents per pound, and in addition thereto twenty per
On endless belts ojr felts for paper, and blanketing for centum ad valorem. On flax or linen yarns for car- I colcottra, blue or Roman vitriol or sulphate of copper centum ad valorum ; valued above twenty cents per
printing-machines, twenty cents per pound and in ad pets, not exceeding number eight Lea and valued at bone or Ivory drop black murexide, nltramarinel Indian pound, and duly of ten cents per pound and in addi-
dition thereto thirty-five per centum ad valorem. On twe tyfour cents or less per pound thirty per centum I red, and Spanish brown, twenty-five per centum tion thereto twenty per centum ad valorem.On .
flannels uncolored, valued at thirty cents or less per valorem.. On flax or linen yarns valued at above ad valorem. marble, white statuary, brocatella, sienna and
square yard twenty-four cents per pound and thirty twenty-four cents per pound thirty-five per centum ad SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That on and after verdantiquein block, rough or squared, one dollar
per centum ad valorem ; valued at above thirty cents valorem. On flax or linen thread, twine and pack the day and year aforesaid, in lieu of the duties here per cubic foot and in addition thereto twenty-five per
per square yard, and on all flannels colored printed, thread, and all other manufactures of flax or of which tofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter men centum ad valorem. On veined marble and marble of
or plail1eJ./not otherwise provided for, and flannels flax shall be the component material of chief value, not tioned there shall be levied, and collected, and paid all other descriptions, not otherwise provided for in
composed in part of cotton twentf.four'cents per pound otherwise provided for forty per centum ad valorem. on the goods, wares, and merchandise enumerated and block rough or squared, fifty cents per cubic toot, and
and thirty-five per centum ad valorem. On flannels composed Second. On tarred cables or cordage, three cents -"provided for in this section, imported from foreign in addition thereto twenty per centum ad valore.
in parf of silk fifty per centum ad valorem. On hats per pound. On untarred Manilla cordage, two and a .ountries, the following duties and rates of duty, that I, On mineral or medicinal waters or water r 'J11
of wool twenty-four [cents] per pound and in addition half cents per pound. On all other untnrred cordage is to say- springs impregnated with minerals, for each botte '>.'
thereto thirty-five per centum ad valorem. On woollen three and a half cents per pound. On hemp yarns, On acetic acid, acetous or concentrated vinegar or I jug containing not more one quart, three cents and in
and worsted yarn, valued at fifty cents and not over five cents per pound. On coir yarn one and a half pyroligneous acid, exceeding the specific gravity of i, addition thereto twenty-five per centum ad valorum :
one dollar per pound, twenty cents per pound, and in cent per pound. On seines six and a half cents per 1.040, eighty cents per pound ; not exceeding the specific containing more than one quart, three cent for each
addition thereto twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; I pound. gravity of 1.040, known as number eight additional quart, or fractional part thereof,and in addition -
valued at over one dollar per pound twenty-four cents Third. On gunny cloth gunny bags and cotton five cents per pound.On twenty- I thereto twenty-five per ceutuiu ad valorem.
wr pound, and iu addition thereto thirty per centum bagging or other manufacture not"otherwise provided acetate or pyrolignate of ammonia, cents On palm-leal fans one cent each.
ad valorem. On woollen and worsted yarn, valued at for suitable for the uses to which cotton bagging is applied per pound ; of baryta, forty cents per pound seventy of iron On pipes, clay, common or white, thirty-five per ccn- \
less than fifty cents per pound, and not exceeding in composed in whole or in part of hemp,jute, flax, strontia, and zinc fifty cents per pound ; of lead tam ad valorem.On .
fineness number flllU ben sixteen cents per pound, and or other material valued at ten cents or less per square twenty cents per pound ; of magnesia and soda; fifty, meerschaum, wood, porcelain, la,'}'.auI all other
iu addition thereto twenty-five per centum ad valorem. yard three cents per pound ; over ten cents per square cents per pound ; of lime, twenty-five per centum ad tobacco-smoking pipes and pipe-bowls, not herein oth-
On clothing, ready-made and wearing apparel of every yard, four cents per pound. On sail duck or canvass valorem.On erwise provided for, one dollar and fifty cents per gross
composed wholly or in part of wool, made I for sails, thirty per centum ad"valorem. On Russia
description, analine dyes, one dollar per pound and and in addition thereto seventy-five per centum ad val
up or manufactured wholly or in part by the tailor I and other sheetings of flax or hemp, brown and white, per centum ad valorem. thirty-five I orem.

beauistress i or manufacturer except hosiery, twenty-I thirty-five per centum ad valorem. On all other manufactures On blanc tlxe enamelled white, satin white lime On pipe-cases, pipe-stems, tips, mouthpieces, and
lour cent* per pound, and in addition thereto forty per of hemp, or of which hemp shall be the com white and all combinations of burytes with acids metallic mountings for pipes, and alllart/ pipes or -
centum ad valorem. On blankets of all kinds, made ponent material of chief value, not otherwise provided water three cents per pound : on carmine lake or pipe fixtures and all smoker's articles, seventyfiveper
wholly or in part of wool valued at not exceedingtwc.ty4 for, thirty per centum ad valorem. On grass cloth liquid, thirty"five per centum ad valorem dry or I centum ad valorem.
''iht; cents per pound, twelve cents per thirty per centum ad valorem. On jute yarns, twenty green, Paris green, mineral green, mineral; on blue and : On pen tips and pen-holders parts thereof, thirty-
pound, and in addition thereto twenty per centum ad I five per centum ad valorem.' On all other manafacturesof Prussian blue dry or moist, thirty I five per centum ad valorem.Ou .
per centum ad
valorem : valued at above twenty-eight cents and not jute or Sisal-grass, not otherwise provided for, thirty lorem. va I pens metallicten cents per gross and in addition -
exceeding forty cents per pound twenty-four cents per per centum ad valorem. On almonds, six cents per pound shelled therety twenty-five per centum ad valorum.
pound and twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; valued SEC. 8. And be it further enacted That on and after per pound. ; ten cents On b6l1', fancy, perfumed, honey transparent and
above fury cents per ,pound, twenty-four cents per the day and year aforesaid, in lieu of the duties here- On articles not otherwise provided for all descriptions, of toilet and shaving; soap ten cents per
and thirty per centum ad valorem. On Balmorals tofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter silver made ot gold c
pound mentioned German silver, or platina or of which pound aud in addition thereto twenty-in e per centum -
and goods of similar description, or used for 1 like there shall be either of
levied collected and paid on tho these metals shall be a component ad valorem.On .
purposes: composed. of wool, worsted can) other goods, wares, and merchandize enumerated am1 provided ad valorem.On part forty per centum all soap not otherwise provided for one cent per -
material, twea t) -fuur cents per pound, and addi for in this section imported from foreign/ coun- antamony, crude and regulus of pound aud in addition thereto thirty per centum ad '
tion thereto thirty-five per centum ad valorem.On tries, the following duties and rates of duty, that is to per centum ad valorem. antimony, ten valorem.On [e
women's and children's dress-goods, composedwholly say :- On opium two dollars and fifty cents suirvh made of patatucn or corn, one cent per
or in part of wool, worsted, mohair alpaca, or On spun silk for filling in skeins or cops twentyfiveper On opium prepared tor smoking, and per the pound. pound and twenty per centum ad valorem. i
Boats' hair, gray or uncolored, not exceeding in value centum ad valorem. On silk in the gum not more opium, one hundred per centum ad valorem.extract of Ou starch, luaue of rice, or any other; material, three t K
the sum of thirty cents per square yard, four cents per advanced than singles, tram and thrown or organzine, On morphine and its salts, two dollars and cents per pound, and twenty per centum valorem.. s
square yard, and in addition tbereto twenty-five per thirty-five her centum ad valorem. On floss silks per ounce. fifty cents On rice cleaned, two and a half ceuU per pound ; on ..
centum ad volorem ; exceeding in value thirty cents per thirty-five per centum ad volorem. On sewing-silk in On arrowroot, thirty per centum ad valorem. uncleaned, two cents per pound.On .
square yard six cents per square yard, and in addition the gum or purified, forty per centum ad valorem. On On brimstone crude six dollars per ton. paddy, one cent and a half per pound. _
thereto thirty per centum ad valorem.On all dress and piece silks, ribbons and silk velvets or On brimstone, in rolls or refined, ten dollars SEC. 14. And be it enact- 1, That on the en-
all goods of the last-mentioned description, if velvets of which silk is tho material of chief On per ton.
component castor beans or seeds per bushel of try of any vesselor of auy goods, wares, or merchandise -
stained, colored or printed, not exceeding in value the value, si ily per centum ad valorem. On silk vesting, sixty cents. fifty pounds, I the decision of the collector ot customs at the port 1
rum of thirty cents per square yard, four cents per pongees, shawls surfs mantillas, pelerines handker On chicorp root. four cents per pound of importation and entry, as to the rate and amount of
square yard, and thirty per centum ad valorem ; exceeding hie....s, veil", laces shirts drawers, bonnets, hats, caps, or prepared, five cents per pound. ; ground burnt I duties to be paid on the tunuage of such vessel or on
in value thirty cents per square yard six cents per turbans, chemisetts, hose, mitts aprons stockings, On cassia, twenty cents per pound. I such goods, wares, or merchandise and the dutiable
square yard, and in addition thereto thirty-five per cen gloves, suspenders, watch-chains, webbing, braids On cassia buds and ground cassia, costs and charges thereon, shall be nn land conclusive
twenty-five cents
tum ad valorem. fringes goiloons tassels, cords, and trimmings, sixty per pound. against all persons iuterested therein, unless the owner
On shirts, drawers, and hosiery of wool, or of which per centum ad valorem. On commander
cinnamon thirty cents per pound. master or consignee: of such vessel,in the
wool shall be a component material, not otherwise provided On all manufactures of silk or of which silk is the On chloroform one dollar per pound. case of duties levied on tonnage, or the owner,"impor-
for, twenty cents per pound, and in addition component material of chief value, not otherwise pro On colodion and ethers of all kinds not otherwise tel', consignee or agent or the merchandise,in the' aso
thereto thirty per centum ad Ya1 rem. vided for, fitly per centum ad valorem. provided for, and etherial preparations of duties levied on goods, wares, or merchandise or
On bunting and on all other manufactures of worsted, SEC. 9. And be further enacted, That on and after fluid one dollar per pound. or extracts the costs and charges thereon shall, within ten days
mohair alpaca or goats' hair or of which worsted, mo the day and year aforesaid, in lieu of the duties hereto On cologne water and other perfumery of which after the ascertainment and liquidation of the duties by
hair, ulpaca, or goats' hair shall be a component material fore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned cohol forms the principal ingredient three, dollars al the proper officers of the customs as well in cases of
not otherwise provided for, fifty per centum ad there shall be levied collected and paid on the gallon, and fifty per cent, ad valorem. per merchandise entered in bondas for consumption, give ', -
valorem. goods, wares and merchandize enumerated and provi On cloves, twenty cents per pound on clove notice in writing to the collector on each entry, it dissatisfied ..,
On laetiugs, mohair cloth, bilk, twist, or other manu ded for in this section imported from foreign countries, ten cents per pound, ; stems, with his decision, setting forth therein dis- i;
facture of cloth, woven or made in patterns of such size, the following duties and rates of duty that is to say :--: On fusel oil, or amylic alcohol two dollars tinctly and specifically the grounds of his objection N w
shape, and form, or cut in such manner as to be fit for On all brown earthen ware and common stoneware, I On Hoffman's anodyne and spirits of nitric per gallon. thereto, and shall within thirty day alter the date of
,- shoes, slippers, boots, bootees gaiters, and buttons, exclusively gas retorts stoneware n ot ornamented, twenty-five per fifty cents her nonnd.On ether, such ascertainment and liquidation appeal therefromto
not combined with India rubber ten per centum ad valorem. IOn bristles of the
fifteen cents per pound ; on hogs' hair the Secretary Treasury, whose decision on
centum ad valorem. china porcelain, and Parian ware, gilded, orna- one cent per pound ; on Is tie, or Tampico fibre such appeal shall be Jlinal and conclusive ; and such,
Ou oil-cloths for floors', stamped, painted, or printed mented, or decorated, in any Banner, fifty per cen-< cent per pound.On one vessel, goods wares, or merchandise, or costs and
valued at fifty cents or less per square yard thirty per turn ad valorem.On brushes of all kinds forty per centum ad valorem. charges, shall be liable to duty accordingly, any act of
centum ad valorem ; valued at over fifty cents per china, porcelain and Parian ware plain white, On honey twenty cents per gallon. I congress to the contrary notwithstanding unless suit
square yard and on all other oil-cloth, except silk oilcloth and not decorated in any manner, forty-five per centum, On lead, white or red, and litharge dry or ground in I shall be brought within ninety days after the decisionof
forty per centum ad valorem. ad valorem ; on all other earthen stone, or crockery, oil,.three cents per pound.On the Secretary of the Treasury on such appeal for any
SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That on and after ware white, glazed, edged, printed painted dipped, percussion caps forty per centum ad valorem. duties which shall have been paid before the date of
the day and year aforesaid there shall be levied collected or cream colored, composed of earthly or mineral sub- On lemons oranges, pine-apples plantains such decision on such vessel, or on such goods, wares
; and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter stances, and not otherwise provided for forty nuts and fruits cocoa- merchandise
per cen- preserved in their own juice and or or costs or charges, or within ninety
mentioned the following duties that is to tum ad valorem.On .
say : juice twenty-five per centum ad valorem. days after the payment of duties paid after the decision
First.; On cotton raw or unmanufactured two cents slate, slate-pencils slate chimney-piecesmantels On licorice I And
root, two ctnts per pound on licorice of the secretary. no suit shall be maintained in
per pound. slabes for tables and all other manufactures of slate paste or licorice in rolls, ten cents per pound; any court for the recovery of auy duties alleged to
Second. On all manufactures cotton (except jeans forty per centum ad valorem. On nutmegs, fifty cents per pound.On I have been erroneously or illegally exacted, until the
denims drilling: bed-tickings, ginghams, plaids, cot- On unwrought clay, pipo-clay, fire-clay, and kaoline, mace, forty cents per pound.On decision of the Secretary of the Treasury shall have
tonades, pantaloon stuff and goods of like description) five dollars per ton. oils, croton one dollar per pound olive in flasks been first had on such appeal, unless said decision of
not bleached, colored stained, painted, or printed and I On fuller's earth three dollars ;
par ton. or bottles and salad, one dollar per gallon caster I the secretary shall bo delayed more than ninety days
not exceeding one hundred threads to the square inch i On white chalk and cliff-stone, ten dollars per ton. dollar per gallon ; cloves, two dollars per pound; one from the date of such appeal in case of an entry at any '
counting the wrap and filling, and exceeding in weight On red and French chalk, twenty per centum ad valo- nac or cnanthic either, four dollars per ounca. ; cog port east of the Rocky Mountains, or more than five
five ounces per square yard, five cents per square yard; rem. On chalk of all descriptions not otherwise pro- On peanuts or ground beans, one cent I months in case of an entry west of those mountains.
if bleached five cents and a half per square yard ; if vided for twenty-five per centum ad valorem.On shelled one and a half cents per pound.On per pound ; SEC. 15. And be further enacted, That the decisionof
colored, stained painted, or printed, five cents and ahalf whiting and Paris-white one cent per pound. filberts and walnuts, of all kinds, three cents the respective collectors of customs as to all fees,
per square yard, and in addition thereto ten per On whiting ground in oil two cents per pound. pound.On per charges, and exactions of whatever character, other
centum ad valorem. On finer and lighter goods of like On all plain and mould and press glass not cut en- petroleum and coal illuminating oil, crude ten i than those mentioned in the next preceeding section .
description, exceeding one hundred threads and not engraved, or painted thirty-five per centum ad valo- cents per gallon. On illuminating oil, and naphtha, I claimed by them or by any of the officers under them -
exceeding two hundred threads to the square inch rem.On benzine, and benzole, refined or produced from the dis- in the performance of their official duty, shall be final
counting the warp and filling unbleached, five cents all articles of glass, cut, engraved, painted, colored tilation of coal asphaltum, shale peat petroleum and conclusive against all persons interested in such
per square yard ; if bleached five and a half cents per printed stained, silvered, or gilded not oil or unless
including rock or other bituminous substances used for the fees, charges, or exactions, the like notice thatan
.squareyard ; if coloreu, stained, painted or printed plate-grass silvered, or looking-glass plates, forty per like purposes thirty cents per gallon.On appeal will be taken from such decision to the Secre- .
five'aud a half cent per square yard, and in addition centum ad valorem.On pimento, and black, white, and red or cayenne tary of the Treasury shall be given within ten days "
twenty per centum ad valorem on goods of like descrip- all. unpolished cylinder, crown, and common pepper. fifteen cents per pound ; on ground pimentoand from the making of such decision and unless such appeal
tion exceeding two hundred threads to sxure inch count- window-glass not exceeding ten by fifteen inches square, pepper of all kinds eighteen cents per pound. shall actually be taken within thirty days from the
ing the warp and filling unbleached five cents per squarey one cent and a half per pound ; above that and not ex- On spirits of turpentine, thirty cents per gallon.On making of such decision ; and.the decision of the Sec
ard : if bleached five and a half cents per square ceeding sixteen by twenty-four inches square, two cents sulphur, flour of, twenty dollars per ton and fif retary of the Treasury shall be final and conclusive
yard ; if colored stained,painted, or printed, five anda [pert] pound ; above that and exceeding twenty-four teen percent ad valorem.On upon the matter so appealed,unless suit shall brought
half cents per square yard, and iu addition thereto by thirty inches square, two cents and a half per pound; tannin, and tannic acid, two dollars per pound for'the recovery ot such tees, charges, or exactions
twenty per centum ad valorem. all above that three cents per pound. on gallic acid one dollar and fifty cents per pound.On ; within the period provided for the next preceeding sec '
Third. Ou all cotton jeans, denims, drillings bed- cents per pound.On santonine, five dollars per pound. tion in regard to duties. And no suit shall be main-
tickings, ginghams, plaids,cottonadcs.pantaloon stuffs- cylinder and crown glass polished not exceeding On salt in sacks, barrels,and other packages, twenty- tained in any court tor the recovery of any such fees,,
and goods of like description, or for similar use, if unbleached ten by fifteen inches square, two and one half cents four cents per one hundred pounds. costs and charges, alleged to have been erroneouslyor
and not exceeding one hundred threads to per square foot ; above that and not exceeding sixteen On crude saltier, [saltpetre] two add one half cents illegally exacted, until the decision of the Secretary
the square inch, counting the warp and filling and ex- by twenty-four inches square, four cents per squaree per pound. of the Treasury shall have been first had on such appeal -
ceeding five ounces to the square yard six cents per foot ; above that, and not exceeding twenty-four by On strychnine and its salts one dollar and one half unless such decision of the Secretary shall be de-
square yard ; if bleached, six cents and a half per thirty inches square, six cents per square foot ; above per ounce. layed more than ninety days from the date of such appeal -
square yard ; if colored stained painted, or printed that and not exceeding twenty-four by sixty inches, On tagger's iron, thirty per centum ad valorem.On in case of an entry at any port east of the Rocky
six cents and a half per square ,yard, and in addition twenty cents per square foot ; all above that, forty cents vinegar, ten cents per gallon.On Mountains, nor more than five months iu case of an "
thereto ten per centum ad valorem. On finer or lighter per square foot watches,gold or silver, twenty-five per centum, entry west of those mountains.
goods of like description, exceeding one hundred On fluted rolled or rough plate-grass not including ad valorem.On SEC. 16. And be it further enactt That whenever it
threads and not exceeding two hundred threads to- the crown cylinder, or common window glass, not exceed- wood pencils, filled with lead or other materials shall be shown to the satisfaction of the Secretary of
square inch, counting the wart and filling, if unbleached ing ten by fifteen inches squat, seventy-five cents per fifty cents per gross, and in addition thereto thirty per the Treasury that, in any case of unascertained < t.ths.
six cents per square, yard ; bleached, six and a one hundred square feet ; above that, and not exceed- centum'ad valorem. or duties or other moneys paid under protest and appeal -
half cents per square yard : if colored stained, painted ing sixteen by twenty-four inches square, one cent per On ostrich vulture, cock, and other ornamental as hereinbefore provided, more money had Len
or printed, six and a half cents per square :yarJ, and in square foot ; above that and not exceeding ,twenty-lour feathers crude or not dressed colored or manufactured paid to the collector, or person acting as such than the
addition thereto fifteen per centum ad valorem. On by thirty inches square, one cent and a half per square twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; when law requires should have been paid it shiill be the
goods of like description exceeding two hundred threadsto foot ; aU above that, two cents per square foot: Provided dressed, colored, or manufactured,fifty per centum ad duty\ ot the Secretary of the Treasury to draw >bU warrant -
the square inch, counting the warp and tilling, if That all fluted, rolled, or rough plate-grass, valorem. ; upon the treasurer iu favor of the person \r per-"
unbleached, seven cents per square yard ; if bleached, weighing over one hundred pounds per one hundred playing-cards, costing not over twenty-five cents sans entitled to the overpayment, directing the said
aeven and a half cents per square yard ; if colored, square feet, shall pay an additional duty on the excess perpack ; costing,over twenty-five cents per pack, thir- treasurer to refund the same out of any money in the
stained, painted, or printed, seven and a half cents per at the same rates herein imposed. I ty-five cents per pack. treasury not otherwise appropriated.
square yard, and in addition thereto fifteen per centumad On,all cast polished! plate-glass, unsilvered, not exceeding SEC. 12. And beit, further enacted, That on and after SKC. 17. And be further enacted, That a discrimin-
valorem : I'm/tided That upon all plain woven cot ten by fifteen inches sqnare, three cents per the day and year aforesaid there shall be levied, collected ating duty ot ten perm ad valorem, in additionto
ton good not included the fbregoin schedules unbleached square per foot ; above that and not exceeding sixteen and paid a duty'of fifty per centum ad valorum the duties imposed by law, shall be levied, collected +
valued at over sixteen cents per square yard by twenty-four inches square, five cents per square foot; on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentionedand and paid on all goods, wares, and merchandise which,
bleached\' at over twenty cents per square yard, above that and not exceeding twenty.four by thirty inches embraced in this section, that is to say,:- oil and after the day this act shall take effect shall be.
colored valued at over twenty-five cents per square square, eight cents per square foot ; above that Anchovies and sardines, preserved in oil or other- imported in ships or vessels not of the United States,:
yard, and cotton jeans, denims, and drillings unbleached and not exceeding twenty-four by sixty inches square wise. Provided, That this discriminating duty shall not apply 1'
valued at over twenty cents per square yard, and all twenty-five cents per square foot ; all above that, MycentS' Artificial and ornamental feathers and flowers, or t go wares, and merchandise which be im-
other cotton gods of every description the the value of per square foot. thereof and 8bal
parts of whatever material composed not otherwise after the day this act effect, in
which shall exceed twenty-five cents per square'yard, On all cast polished plate-glasi, silvered, or looking- provided for, beads and bead ornaments. ships or vessels not of the United States, by
there shall he levied, collec ed and paid a duty of thirty glass not exceeding ten by fifteen inches square, four Billiard-chalk. f.eaty or any act or acts of congress, to be t'ntitM ice
, five centum ad valorem i And IJf'OlittU'thoThat cents per square foot ; above that and 'not exceeding Ginger preserved or pickled. the ports of the United on payment of the same
no cotton goods having more than two hundred threads sixteen by twenty-four inches square, six cents per Ivory or bone dice draughts, chess-men, chess-balls :I duties as shall then b Stats 01 wares, and merchandise '
ta the square inch, counting: the warp and filling, shall square foot ; above that and not exceeding twenty-four and bagatelleballs.Jellies imported ships g the
be admitted to a less rate of duty than ia provided for by thirty Inches square, ten cents per square foot '; !: fall kinds. StUe. of Unite

goods which are of that number of threads." above that and not exceeding tweutf-four by sixty inches On kid or other leather gloves of all descriptions, for, SEC. 18. And le it JIrJ tnadf1, That on and
Fourth. On spool-thread of cotton, six cents per square, thirty-five cents per square foot ; all abovethat men's, women's or children's wear. after the day and year shall take effect there
dozen spools'contalning on each spool not exceeding sixty cents ,JT square foot ; Pro-tided, That no On wooden and other toys for children. shall be levied, collected, and paid on,all good, wares, -
one hundred. -yards of thread, and iu addition theretothirt looking-glass plates or plate-glass silvered, when framed SEC. 13. Audit it furtfitr enacted, That on and after and merchandise of the growth or produce of countries .
) per centum ad valorem ; exceeding hundred shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon the day and y ear aforesai in lieu of the duties hereto- east of the Cape of Good (except raw cotton,) ;t
yards, for c'err"ar1ditlonal hundred yards of thread on similar glass of like description not framed but shall tore imposed by law ou the articles hereinafter men when imported from \ Uop of the Cape of Good ; '
ach ppool, or fractional part thereof In excess of one be liable to pay in addition thereto thirty >er centum tioned there ( WEt
'i shall be levied collected, and paid on the a duty of ten per centum ad valorem, in
Hop addition
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July fourteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,entitled DISTRicT OF' FIOBIDA.NOTICE 980 8. Wy of 6 10'30 160 00 e2

I. An'act increasing temporarily the rates of duties on is hereby given that the several Ixrts Tracti- ;; :;} ,'9 31 9120 I 100 M 8. E+ of 8. EJ4 12 10,12 1 4007 35

{l imports, and for other purposes," be and the'same are' Parcels of Land,situate in the State of Fiorida. 4' 41 '628 2'75 85 350 189 N: E} of 8. W.3 36 / 39 78 1300/1/ 27

t hereby, repealed. hereinafter described; iavebeen forfeited the United t. 42 8. E4.ofN..EK 32 9128

}, i SEC. If And be it further enacted, That all goods, States, by reason ;of the non-payment, of the Direct .. .7J} 629 '65372, I'650 3t .N'-E-" of8. EJ. } 527

Wares, and merchandise: which may be 'In'the public ,Tax'charged: 'thereon,.under the Act entitled:"An:Act .. 46 '52 9 206 M 250 '135 '8:WX-S. E4 Lot 4 I I 154 45 no !o8"W

r stores or bonded warehouses on the'day and year this to'provide increased revenue from Imports, to:>pay interest 4' 4:7 186 U 200 ,1'' 08 'of N. EyN

act shall take effect shall be subjected to no other duty on the'public debt and for other purposes,".approved u 48 I 'I 16'1 35 200 l' 08 :Wa,of s. Ea 38} I 6i27 71.30 80 .43N.

upon the entry thereof for consumption than if the same August 6th, 1861, and an Act entitled,"An,Act 42 10 31 :Fly of N. EXNX I J

I. i were imported respectively after that day, and so much for the collection of Direct,Taxes ,in insurrectionary .. 39&4351131 47192 80032' I of N. Wa 1 } 7 27 12000 120 65

t J of the act of August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty. districts within the United States, and for other:purposes .4456&7 $0072 460 2,48 S" ot S. E4 and ,

; six, or any other act, as requires the sale of firecrackers ," approved June 7th, 1862; and that the-several, Island 3', 9,10 10 31 2410 25 uPupau. S. E34 of S. W3.. 13} 120 27 120 M

l e or prohibits their deposit in bonded warehouse, is lots,'tracwor parcels of land situate within the,countyof :. 37 10 1 31 10100 100 M 8. 'W) of N. WJ

hereby repealed.SEC. St. Johns (other than in the city of St.-Augustine.) M. Papy, 39 7128 SO 00 100.M. N. WJ of a W3a 7} 728 19!55 80 29
20. And be further enacted, That the joint resolution and State of Florida, will be sold at Public Auction on u 465 00 4.35 235Grionople 72 00) 50 I 29

t "to increase temporarily the duties on imports' the 24th day of April,1865. U 5 28 656 92 860' M 8. WM of S. EJ4' 2 8,29 39 66 50 27 '

I approved April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and Sale to commence at Ten o'clock A. M., of said day. ''Paredez, f 45 630 55 20 150 81 B Solana Don E, 37 8 28 295 89 320 173

i"t sixty,four, shall not be deemed to have taken effect at the Direct Tax Commissioners Office, In said,city of Ortega, 42 629 A Papy j2 4 29 127 83 I 500 2 70 4

.. .. ., until after the thirtieth day of April, eighteen hundred St.' Augustine, and to be continued from day to day 4' 89} 680 91'02' 193 104Kershaw Leonardy part of 60 5129, 19135 t 190 102
and sixty-four, and shall be and remain in force until until all of said lots tracts II H 61
or parcels of land are sold: 43 5 29 I I 485'62 490:1 M
and including thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred Ct 40} I 6 80 10312 205 1 11 u.. I 331100 331 1,79 t

and sixty-four, and any duties which shall have been o : M. Fontan, 97 6 29 J. S. Sanchez 43' 29 600 47 1200 648

'exacted and received, contrary-to the provisions of this ci y 0 x ... ri' 41 } 60 33 Peavett Durbin 46 5 28 410100

section shall be refunded by the Secretary of the =: x 0 u 7 I 1301 18102 29,36, I 40 22 Duval County \ M i'i 90,00, I 1000 5 40

I Treasury. o -SIP m M ;.:.r. CS y H Jack: Wright, 6 27 147 185 1 00 T. P San"hez M 41291 200 108
I ". SEC. 21. And be it f ur ther,ena ct ed, That, during the ;c 2.i', rkw tl N. Vv. 8. w. J4. Sam Butts 42 9130 100,00, I

11 1 period of one year from the passage of this act, there Acosta grant 43 10 27 N. E. J4 S. W, J.(, } II 37} 1030 1536192! I 1500 810

may be imported into the United States, free of duty, u 47 1127 777 44 1000 $ 5 40 & S. E.34 S. w.3a 33 828 122 183 W Travers Grant 62 5/29 1185\94\ i 8501 4 6J!

; any machinery designed for and adapted to the manu Entralgo 39 10 271) 40 00 160 87 N. E. M N. E. J4, 8 928 39 60 32 John Gionoply 39 /,,28 I I
: facture of woven fabrics from the fibre of flax or hemp, u 39 40 40 00 600 2 70 N. W. M N. W. 34, 4 39 I 60 32 43} 5129 I [

including all the preliminary processes requisite there 39 16014: 800 4 32 N. W. 4'N.. E. 34' 36 928 39 78 I 50 27 "' 585960 6129 47254 : 700' 3 70
:I for ; and that steam agricultural machinery and implements ohn Faulk; 38 25 & 26 80 250 135 A Murat 42 830 998100 850 4 59!

r; may be imported free from duty for one year John Huertas, 45 927 Fract 20 10 27 ., 43 199 70 I UO 81

:: from the passage of this act. 48} Lots 7 & 8, 21} 17 54 3bO. 189 E. Woodruff 38 10 27 307 93 t 1500 8 10 '

SEC. 22. And Ic further enacted, That all acts and 49 I J. Wiggins, 48 49 50 10 27 1223 14: 1200 6 48 M. Hernandez 47 110130 1013,62, J 11001 5 94
to the "
parts of acts repugnant provisions of this act be, 50 379646) 45
Wanton 37 8'28 300'00' 300 162 A Papy Don, 8j301 64088 : ,640 Z 45
rR and the same are hereby, repealed: Provided, That the Govan 40 I
625 60 6500 35 10 40 Patio 40 .
Harvey, 5 26 .,
:: existing laws shall extend to and be in force for the John Henrtal, 45 80000' } I I '1 } & k
., 800 4 32 38 6 27 262 26 X00 2 16 I 43 27 201 70 I 450 2' (3
; collection of the duties imposed by this act for the pros- 48 400,00 1500 8 10 P. R. Yonge, 42 5 28 2048 00 I 3000 16 20 I Lot 2, 8 42 24 50 27
of all offences "
ecution and punishment and for the recovery ., 49 600 00 600 3 24 W. Travers, 65 b 29 Frankfort, H. 5,16, 200'00 250' 1 35
t collection, distribution and remission of all 50 1000 00 1000 5 40 ., 57 & 59 } 4/29 43012 I 800 4 32 S EJ4 of N E34 17 528' 550 2 91
I fines penalties, and forfeitures as fully and effectually"as McDonald, 45 ,
} S. W. Ji N. E. J" 30 I. 40a' 0 40 21
\ if every regulation, penalty, forfeiture, provision H 46 9 30 S. E. % s. W. )4'& } Arcque, 49 50 6 291 19374; 550 2 97SE3aofNE34
clause, matter, and thing to that effect in the existinglaws : 44) S. E. 34 S. Eo 1., 2 829 118 37 I 650 I 351 I
had been inserted in and ; 1301 378/53/ / 8801 1
contained, reenacted byc _. __ _.. 45 110 2 OS Palma 60 & 63 I 4129, 2151! ; 111(1 9. 1R k: H W4: ofSW!': 7 529 I : I
this act : And jirorided,further, That the duties upon w. 3 2 rt. W)4: 6 I! 71281 80 8oi I 43 Iolweros, 412 & 4 It 28 698110 1000 5 40 Lot 12,- I
j all goods! wares and merchandise imported from for- E H N. E 3a 1 7 27 80 80 43 N W)4 ofNWMNWMofNEM 3 I Lot 13, 18J I I I 156 56 2501 135
eign countries not provided for in this act shall be and E 3, S E M 1 } I
80 43 & N EJ4 of N E-4 4 6 27 81 70 82 44 Lot 11, 26 729, 5450 75 41
J I remain as they were, according to existing laws prior to N E J4 N E J a 12 40 40 22 3 4080 41 22 James Don 49 4 10101' 152 82

the twenty-ninth of April, eighteen hundred and sixty- 8 E 3a 8 E EX: 36 6 27 40 40 22 E% of N WMEM 2 In10s 81 44 u 271 11500 175 95

four. -Lot No. 3. 31 628 52 52 28 of EMNMofNEM 2 I 162JtO 87 I 6867 105 65h
SEC. 23. And be it further enacted That, on and Lot 10, 29 10 27 N3; orN W3a & 162 I 273:82: 560 303
after the day and this act shall take effect it shall Lot 1 31 }
year !
13 161 20 161 87 John Edge Don, 33 427! 64656 970 5 25 ..t
be lawful for the owner, consignee, or against of any Frac. 30 N32 ofN Wa N EM4 McFee, 40 4'26'

goods, wares, or merchandise which'shall have been and N W 4 N'V J4 32 I 153 400 2 16 k Wi2 ofS E)4 24} 31696 317 1 71 Co 54 4 27 4

actually purchased, or procured otherwise than by pur- New Switzerland. 44 5 26 600 625 3 38 1\a 01 N W3a & I 37} 5 27 442'57 500 2 70
chase, at the time when he shall produce his original 4 39 1060 lOCO 5 72 } I
N W4 of N E74 36 120 Pengree, 5'1 4/27/ ,
00 65
/ 120 I
invoices to the collector "' 5/27/
invoice and ., }
or make and 800 8O; 4 32 Lot No. 2, 4 7280, 73 39 .2 5.27 615 71 750 4 05
4 verify his written entry of his goods, wares, and mer- H 710'' 710 3 83 SofNW J4 & I Travers, 37 6127 187 65 190 103

chandise, as provided by section thirty-six of the act of "' 1800 1800 9 72 SM of N EMEM 13} 161 87 38' 12519 / 125 68

March two seventeen hundred ninety-nine,entitled .i 53997 5625 30 38 of s EM 24 1611,20, 80 43 I. U 'I 25 00 25 14
"An act to regulate the collection of duties Grant 38 '
on Perpall 10'31 '
importsand 59933 800 4 32 Lot No.1, 25 Gomez, 45 560 3 0'1Saspol1as.
tonnage," and not afterwards, to make such addition Clinch Grant, 68 .6 29 (65 850,4 59 Lots 3 6 & 7 23 661'99 6736/ 4H I 561188'
the to the cost value Cocifacio Grant 37 184 99
in entry or given in the invoice 8 27 4'
Lot No.
1 4 49
,. 38 70 39 21 403 07 405 219
as, in his opinion, may raise the same to the true 37 9 27 866 10.075 54 41 S W3a 13 16120 161 87 Gurbert. 43 I 7 I 27 4Gt 50 470 2 54
of such
value and 37
market- goods, wares, merchandisein 8'27 S u
markets of the I' 37 } 1000 2500 13 50 EJ- 13 16120 161 87 41 9,27, 16055 160 87
the principal country whence they 8 28 S W)4 ofNWMNWMofSWM Clark & A, 44 l0'27
shall have been imported] and to add thereto all costs 244 93 I 500 4 05 } u 38 } 1127 105515 1250 6 75

and charges which, under existing laws, would form Cocifacio grant 8 27 10 00 2510 13 M & S}, oiS WJ" 25 1&J100 160 45 t 10 27
part of the true value at the port where the same may u 12 00 I 3512 18 96 N W).( 1 "
I which the duties should ,. ., 162 80 163' 89 39.1 11,27 202213, 2500 13 60
be entered, be
upon 12 I
assessed. 00 2762 14 91 SWM 1 II 37 5'28'
And it shall be the duty of the collector, within H '" I '16280 163 89 }
; whose 100 00 2200 11 88 E% of EMSEM 1 Gay, 40 5 29 160 I
00 350 1 89
80 89
district the same may be imported, or entered cause 'VH N. W3a 163 II
the dutiable value of such goods, wares, and merchandise I S. E4 .N._ W3ar. I I 8 WL,; 12 12 I 'un!6122 J 161 87 Patio, 41 40 5 28 200 00 250 1 35
Inn 1"1 on Harvey
-- -- --- -- 1 I 203,00 203. 111
to be appraised, estimated, and ascertained in W.4 tie W-4: It 9 28' -- I I I "') I l o. t I :
accordance 15582 08 Lots
; Hand 9, 23 27I 801 y801 In 12 mile 38
I 6 swamp, 528
with the provisions of existing laws. And if W3; N. E3a 26 5 27 80 43 }
I 00 54
200/1/ N E 3a N W )4 11 42
i the appraised value thereof shall exceed, by ten N. WJ S. E4 49 40 21 5 29 399 28 500 I 2 70
per W % N W }( and Donation, 45 5 28 815 35 450 2 43
centum more, the value so declared the N. EJi S. W4 }
or on entry, E ; SWJ-4 6 5 28 160 50 100 54 I. 37
i > In addition to the duties 8. S. W4 26 8 28 300'30 350 1 fig
then,' imposed by law on the WJ.\ ', 62 33
SNWa Lot 2
there shall be levied collected and Lots 12 3 4 6 and 123100, 7 :: 37 0 28 480 06 450 2 f3
same, paid a duty I and S % of Sec_ J 5 28 46910 400 2 16 38 I
i of twenty per centum ad valorem on such appraised I S. EJ.\ S. EJ' 27 137 00 69 37 }
s }z N E 3a 4 37
27 10 500
{ value : Provided, That the duty shall not be assessed Lots12345and: 6 8181 100 54 28 00 1000 5 40
1 E % N 'V )4 11 On Dunn' Lake 37
t 'I I upon an amount less than the invoice or entered value E}, N. E3a and, 80 100 54 h } /12 I
S 3, N W J4 12 37 13/281/ j I
I f : any law of congress to the contrary notwithstanding ; N. EM B. EM M 25800 129 69 N 3s N E)4 14 80 62 I 100 54 4' 38 1639,38 18.i0 9 99

1\\ Andprovided, urthtr, That, on and after the day and N. Wl\. W4 of NE34NE3d 727 80 100 54 I. 43 } 112'281 I I I 1201
aforesaid the eighth section of the act s.WJi Wy N.'E3a 35 100100, 65
:year entitled 280
00 290 1 04) E t
S W 16
Dunn's Lake
3a On
*. the duty on and W34 N. Ey W}, } 928 158 82 200 1 08 : 1228; 1 1
An act reducing imports, for other and S W );i S 'V ).( } : Ur' B9 ,
t purposes," approved July thirty, eighteen hundred and S. EJ.E3i N. W4 1 627 240 00 :1
I 120 65 Lots 2 and 3, 32 5 27 i\ 40 I j 310183/ .
and the act thereof s. 2 SO 50 80 43 12J2 /
amendatory Ey EM
forty-six approved 80 00 40 21 N E 3a S E 3a 26 627 4(11 M J 1000 5 40 '
March three, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, be, and Lots 1 and 2 3 3100 16 9 NE34SE % 60 27 45

the same 24.are And hereby be it,further repealed.enacted That in W35 S.N.WJ4 W3aE3a 6 S 'V )4 S E)4 36 124 66 100 54 .. 41 )25 I 2950 500 15 2 70 93 _
Sxc. determin- 167 00 204 1 10 andSSWa } On N River 58 12.28// 45 55/ 30 ,
ing the valuation of goods imported into the United 8a Sec. S}, I NW48EM 23 u / f

States from foreign countries, except as hereinbefore N. WJ4 and Lot 2. 7 528 463 00 232 I 126 I w 3'NW 3- and 48 5l. 55 30 ,
provided, upon which duties imported by any existing 534 N. E3a and I SE3. NW3a 25}J 7 27 100" 150 81 ,. 50 629 64I52 385 208 :
5,29 .
laws are to be assesselthe actual value of such goodson N. E4 S. EJ4 22 bi27 12334 150 84
shipboard at the last place of shipment to the United N. E3a 8. E a 24 40 33 50 2'1 S3SW34 W3NE34and 24 927 67 68 I 109 80 110 59 '-1
shall be deemed the dutiable value. N. E4 25 / I 101 62 100 M
States And such ; 82 29 100 U I
I Lots 1 and 2 25 45
629 102 50 300 1 62
: !
value shall be ascertained by adding to the value of Lut82 8 4 19 5 28 184 60 2301 124 NE34NW3a 428 53 400 2 16 St. SebastiaI4 62
t such goods at the place of growth, production, or manufacture NW3aN.EM 551 729 ,iII
I and N E J4 36 I I 555679 194
? 629 66 200 1 08
I the cost of transportation N. E% N. WJ'8.
shipment, and Lots 3 and 8 29 u 8299 '
transhipment, with all the expenses included, from the W74 S. E.34 and 10 27 13 91 20 11 J ,

place of growth production, or manufacture, whether N. W34 S. W4 23 527 163 70 S5 46 Lot 1N 8, E J-a and 16 10 27 4012 50 27 :: b7 8198 FO} 6'29' 109 M 110 :19

by land or water, to the vessel in which shipment is N. E4 N. W3a 26 I 40'30 25 14 ja N W }a 35} 928 167 70 200 108SW)4SW3a 5156

made to the United States, the value of the sack, box S. W34 S. EJ4 30 5 28 40 25 25 U ,IN 18 57} 7 291 668 57 670 3 62
of kind in which such goods Brady Grant, 41 5 27 3912 50 27
or covering any are con I 300
162 S E N W 29'
3a: 3a U 12 mile 6971
tained, commission at the usual rate, in no case less N. WJ 8. EJ4 30 I 6 28 2521'00 500 270 928 39 92 50 27 "swamp 6' 55 750 4 05
NtiV34SE3a 5
I 1 than two and one half per centum, brokerage, and all Clark Grant 42 430 232 929 4008 W 27 7076 6/29 1 500 55 I 750 'U5u '

II} export duties, together with all costs and charges, paid 57 & 53 1111311 291190 I 500 270 and WaNW3a N W ]I S w 3, 19} 11 155 62 200 1 08 N, R. Island, 72 96 73 6,29; 630'62 I 800 25 4 14 32
I incurred for placing said goods on Alice &; Viel, 41 28' :
< r shipboard, and I 231'85 (
Lots 11 .
and 16
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specified law. 87 I '11301 1 1 I 6 '1. 19. 1M R. 7129 120 65
all other proper charges by ;; 50135 500 f < -- --- vz
2 70I S W J4' N W 7.\ 27 729 89 177 82 180 91
to 50'
25..And be. it enacted 27 I
SEC. further That so much of I ; 00 I 1001 54 sW3aNE3a I 46 I 71291 25 I 1
of the act entitled Robinson 65 25 U
section twenty-three An act to 7 30 aa828
pro- 8137 100
} b4SNW3QNW3a
s ride for the payment of outstanding treasury notes to 60 7 29 79 83 'I I andNWXSEX 37 n 8'291 223'77 225 1 21
loan to regulate and fix the Eslopa 44 787 86 800' 32
authorize a duties on imports : 7 30 1176
S'V 3W 3 2 8 E 1 44
and for other purposes," approved March two, 13 U 600 3 24- 3a } 7 27 280 300 162 8/301/ 165 29 200 1 08
Flora Leslie 47 andESW3aNy Matanzas, 48 91301 181 54 I 200 1 08
eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as exempts from duty 6 28 ,i
.i 42} S. WJ4 7 79 55 80 47 9 87 U :00 54
apparatus and instruments 48 301
all philosophical 728
imported 49914 500 2 70 1\. N. I 71281 "
EJ WJ4 6 I 39
; !) 597
4:3 U 42 48 50 30 650 351
for the Use of any society incorporated for plilosopbi- Hernandez 9 30 2'1
cal, literary, or religious purposes, or for the encour- 38 46} 10 30 492 76 600 2 70 }N.;%E3a N. N.E74 EJ-4 12 1 I 11271 I I i u, 41 40 9 301 301 78 328 1 76

agement of the fine arts, or for the use, or by the orderof Frank Miles, 44 6 29 21100 250 I 1 35 Lots 3 119 25 125 I 68 9 115 20 125 68
college academy, school or of Lot 5, 5 627 31 6'28 56 00 35 N. R. Island 43 6 30 22 50 27
any seminary leaning 48 66 2 16 Manl. I "
r in the United States, is hereby repealed. And the N. E. 14 N.E.14, 13 1227 Crespo Don. 40 7127 640 00 '651 4 05 44 6 30 207 39 250 1 36

same shall! be subject to a duty of fifteen per centum ad and lot 4, 18} 12 28 99 39 3 OOI 1 62 Miranda 4' Grant 65 I 4 1291 500100 I 10001 540 lIata.nzu.. 41 38 10 80 113 91 125 68
valorem.SEC. Tocoi," 42 7 27 310 930 500 52 500' 05
26. And le it further enacted, That when S8} 8 27 Wy 8. W3a S. W34 I 48 910 36 1500 810
any I N 1111311 I
cask, barrel. car-boy, or other vessel of American man 40 } 7 28 I 8.W3aSE3aSW3a W" S.E34 25 13}II'I/ I 160 l 87 50 199 58 300 1 62
1 ufacture, exported or sent out of the country,filled with 39 8 28 1216 M 16501 8 91 N. W M 8. W M 335 1 96 H; 1131' b50 300 1 62
the products of the United States, shall be returned to 390100) } 54 205.50 300 162
Lots 2 3 4 18 In
t the United States empty, the same shall be admittedfree 39 827 23318 3650 1971 S. W'3a : W34 6 28 16570 165 89 Volnsia I, Co.. 50720 '150' 05

of duty, under.such rules and regulations as may Tocoi, I 100 26001 14 04 Wy S. WJ4 35} Part 52 428 .-
be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. 2 60 27 N.WN.W4 4 27 119'91 120 65 : 45}
And be it Anastacia J, 44100 900 486
SEO. 27. further enacted; That on and 7 30 S3 N. WJiS. I

I after January first, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, 830 10000 00 '5500 29 /0 W}.( N. E Part b3 } 428
the invoices of all and I Part of 3 9 51 52 67 100 M
ii good, wares, merchandise, im 30 65 63 75 41
S. S.
ported into the United States, shall be made out in the : Gould, U 174 06 175 00 95 Lots EJ4 2 and EJ-4 3 M 19 4 27 200 00 1 200 I 1 08 Part 91 I
,, of the Arredondo 14 I 71291 6 28 104 90 105 Part 41281 I
weightier measures country or place from which 99 91 100 00 54 Lots 1 E3. N. W3a 57 I'
the importations shall be made, and shall contain a true Lot 6 and 6, 32 1128 62'16 100 00 64: b. WJ4 N. W4 18 I I 1 I Part." f 403 850 4 59
statement of the actual weights or measures of such llernaudez, 39 7 30 20 86 35 0019 Z. 160 80 160 I 87 42} : '
i 1 goods, wares and merchandise, without any respect to 18 6129 Kingsly" 43 63 6 29 562'63' 1000 5 40 Diego.., 3 9 I :1:1 500 00 1250 6 15

the weights and measures of the United States. 53 7 29 500 00 500 2 10 u 6 28 26160 500 2 70 n 94:9: 28 1000 10 26

,. SEC. 28. And be further enacted, That in all cases .Jt 2, 31 1027u 45 203 97 400 2 16 4' 100'00 250 135

where officers of the customs, or other salaried officersof 2. 5 208 80 G25 3 38 d 48 166 40 240 1 29 49 4129// U8 75 I 300 162

the United States shall be, or shall have been, ap Travers, 42 43 7 26 627 62 1100 5 94 46 I I 67 69 137 15 149

pointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, to carry into J. Floyd, 38 529 200 00 350 1 87 ", 77 6 29 165 16 330 168 66 68 } I 291 2751

effect the licenses, rules, and regulations provided for Hernandez, 60} 9 30 "' 100 I 127 30 250 1 35 .. 4'1 4 2012 I I 50 27

' by the fifth section of the act of the thirteenth of July, 88 d 31 145 12 150 81 C. G.Clarke 67 63 20 125 68 50 429 500 00 759' 05
eighteen hundred and sixty-one,entitled An act further Beuna Vista 3910 31 374 75 600 2 70 8 Ii W" 46 8130 147 32 225 1 21 7 6 28 4225 I (0 22

J' to provide for the collection of duties on import6 Mala Compra, 40} 10 31 Marshall}; 37 9 30 150'00 225 1 21 A.hton 39 40 6 28 256 00 420I :2 27

and for other purposes," such officer of the United u 37 1131 770 I 27 1000 3 60 Fitch 53 & 59 529 329 00 I 300 1 62 Also will be sold during the said time the following

t :,.,:;. ,.... States shall be entitled to receive one thousand dollars 38 1131 N. Sanchez, 41 1131 526 81 800 4 32 Lots or Tracts of Land, situate within'ai
} 45 & 46 City oj St.
? for his services under 49 3 29 '22622 .A
I per annum act aforesaid in 63909 1200 6 48 Fitch 400 2 16 Augustine. ,
addition to his salary or compensation under any other S. Joephs, 40 1111311 807160 I 2500 13 fO 41 3 29 I iLot 6, on block 4; bounded north b an east
y alley
38 by
law: Provided. That the aggregate compensation of any JOB Papy Don, 38 7 28 $1100 3'1 1 84 "itch, 4 29 283 36 1415 7 M lot of Miss Perpall and Marine street, south by, lot of
such officer shall not exceed the sum of five 4 29 402 77 2015 Mrs.
thousand 100 00 100 54 Fitch 10 88 Pougeand, and west b- Charlotte street. Tax
dollars in any one}'ear. A. Huertas 46 6 27 48 4 29 344 31 I 1220 6 58 $'1 20; Penalty, $3 60. ,

SEC. 29. And be it further enacted, That any baggage 37 8 40 44} (i28 Fitch Charles 51 & 65 4,29 l000 2550 13'i 7 Lot 8, on block No' 4j; bounded north
by an alley
or personal effects arriving in the United States in "' 41 7128 10500 00 5500 29 10 .. 40 3'29 : east by Marine street, south by lot of V. Sanchez and,
\ transit to any foreign country be delivered by the 135100 750 4.05 Fitch 4 29 1476 08 7380 39 85 went by lot of V Sanchez. Tax, $0 72
Penalty 36.
parties having it in charge to the collector of customs, F. X. Sanchez, 59 26 72 100 54 In 40 3 29 I Lot 20, on block No. 10j; bounded north; lot $0
::"' to be by him retained, without the payment or exaction W.} 8. E. J4 7130 Duval County, 37 4 29 142100 7105 38 36 C. D. Loring, east by Charlotte by orMrs.
street south lots of
'focoi ,
of any import duty, and to be delivered to such partieson S.WJ..N.E"J-i .W.).( 36 } 9i29 HiO 00 300 1 62 Canovas, part Don of t9 8 27 2 00 75 41 ; CvChUmCh ?A B. Dumas,-and west by by lot of
their departure for their foreign destination 39 6 7 29 630 60 Mrs.
under 27 64000 750 4 05 640:3: 45 ,U 32j; Penalty,$2 16.
such rules, regulations, and fees as the Secretary of the H" 40 / 356 00 460 2 48 Lots 7 & 8 27 83 00 200 108 L. D. STICKNEY,
Treasury may pre rihe. 28 80 52
4100 40 21 WILLIAM ALSO
Wof ,
/ Approved, June 30, 1861. X. E34 orNe N.'Vi W3a 34 36 8050 I }I 676 3 65 .Direct.. Tax Commissioners AUSTIN for SMITH District,Florida.


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