Florida union

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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:
July 15, 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 and i information in their
them to out tbe'same.power to enable Atlas.-$1,788, 1,398, 1330. Security.-January, 31,625; ; February, 81-
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY carry. Dellctmlixcher Journal.-$1,646, 1,377, 869.
Fifth Officers of this "
J. K. STICKNEY. g with the Department charged $1,681.) Morris Fire and Inland.-January, $52-;
care or supervision of
TERMS their possession under or having in Banker Magazine.-December, $1,236, 937; February, 57,242; March 59,146; April,
: or their
Dollars per Annum in Advance. abandoned control any: March, 1549. vv 17Q'1; ,........ ti
Two confiscable
or lands
>To Subscriptions taken for less than Three months. and G/ipper.-f,2lS5, 3,306: $2, 98.
tenements will turn UNITED STATES ASSAY
Single copies five cents. them over ton duly authorized Church Journal.-September to OFFICE.f
officer of the Bureau of Monthly 1 2 tax all : ,
ADVERTISING. : Refugees, $1,674. per".cent on assays a \
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, so far as Amounts assayed, August to January,'$3-, 7
Two dollars: per Square of Ten Nonpariel Lines, or Daily Vews.$18,95f3'r $11,928, 9897.
ICropyinl the same space, for first insertion t One they may be required pr demanded by the JJ.pafcI.-$3,240, 6,754) 6661. 834,414; February, :383,282; March, 292,101. ; t .

dollar for each subsequent insertion.A same, together with all moneys, books, .Demokl'at.-L1,54U. 7,915 6603. April, 158,228. -fl: '\..\ i ,
deduction made to ,
liberal permanent advertisers. records and On the
papers arising from or relating following monthly ;
Day Book.-July to March, 1742. t

,03 PRINTING to the property so turned over, taking pro #mw<7<:Z..,t.-$o31, Oil o, "o" ,034, 4,474.Exprc : TELEGRAPHIC RECFIPTS ,, 3 i_

In eery style, neatly and promptly executed. per will receipts or vouchers therefor This rule **.-14,527! 01'),8""4)', 20400. there is a tax of 5 per, cent. t :

-- this also govern: the actions of'a11 agents of Examiner (f; C4'Ollicle.-March: $3,741. American Jomi tny.-January, 112,614.; W ?
Department connected in
TRADE REGUI: TIONS. any way with Harpers' Weekly.-$15,554 16,000 $16- February March .' '
XEW the care of freedmen &c. far ,. 118,861, 141056. c ;
so as it may be 261. People*'? Line.- Fury to November, $:30-, f :'

Circular from the Secretary of the information applicable ; and in all persons to the asking for any Jlome Journal. -2,056, $2,068, 2841. 036; November to March, 24,576. fr/r: *< ? ;- .J

Treasnry.I regard property so Insurance Gazette.-December, $800. If. S. Telegraph Company.-January, $33- ,;
turned over or for the release of the .
same, or IrlQitAmericfln.-$879, $868, 1005. 662 February 4,197; March 50,078. '
The following revised order from the for the release of ; ; : ; :
any moneys or proceeds '
Independent.-$23,871, $17,543, 22551. And on the following monthly !
Department prescribes new arising therefrom will be referred j
Treasury regulations to the Trader.-$1,242, $2,254-Assessed *
for trade with the South, in accordance Commissioner of Refugees, Freedmen and $300. :FERRAGE RECEIPTS '* j
Obler'rcr.-$5,201, 5,509, 11634. \
with the President's proclamation. : .Abandoned Lands, at Washington, to whom PJ'o.'lramme.-$1,58D 1,403, $978. t there a tax 0 f 3 per cent. *' i' i '

"TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) communications on the subject should be Scottish American Journal. 526 Williamslurrt.-January, 32,942 February 'i f!
-$ $721, ; ,
"WASHINGTON, D. C., June 27. j" addressed. t....
$540.tiunday. 31,327; March 1 33,527; April, 40,464.Staters t "
The various rules and regulations heretofore "Sixth-Officers of this Department having Times.-September, 2437.: Maml-3u\y\ 1864, 26,593: ; August, ;

prescribed by the Secretary of the Trea- in their possession, or under their. control Scientific American.-$1,046, 15691507. 1864, 21,749.From. '.',
sury in regard to the above named subjects any moneys whatever arising from fees collected Shipping cfc Commercial List.-$8,671 $367 I l ,

having been rendered nugatory in whole or under the commercial intercourse, regulations 9,543.Mtats. I I [ the New =Post, Juno 30th.] <

in part by the changed condition affairs in except those collected for the bene- Zcitung.-$UGQt 23,920, $19,230.&U7ulay PIIESEIIVATIOX OF :3IEATS. :
states and Executive orders and fit of freedmen
the southern (which will be disposed of Jercuail-G7 79
and the War under section five 7,053, 6,565. The New :Process of Infiltration-Experiments '
proclamations, Department ,) or from the sales of cap- Sun.-$23,519! $23,161, 24502.
assumed charge of freedmen, abandoned tured, abandoned or confiscated will to.tlnr.
having property, Ift'to'
lands: &c., under the provisions of the forthwith deposit the same with the nearest 2000.. Spi'it.-Asses, $300, $800, Several experiments in the comparatively :1 t\-f[ :

act of Congress, approved March 3, 1865, Assis.Treasurer, designated depositary or new process of infiltrating meats so as to preserve -
the following instructions as to the duties of deposit bank, keeping the amounts from the The next shows the average them for food, were made to-day at a J\' .'

officers of the Treasury Department) in the different sources separate, to the credit of II. BANK DEPOSITS.per i packing establishment in West Twenty-fourth !f .
month on which there is a tax of l-2i of 1 per cent: I street, in the of considerable .i\ f
premises are prescribed, and will be regardedas ,A. Risley, Esq., Supervising Special Agent, presence a number \

in full force and effect immediately on receipt &c., taking therefor receipts, in quadruplicate America... .....$5,760,521New April. york... ... G/255,120 April. of persons, who had been invited to .,vit- \ t' i 1) .

thereof by any officer whose action is which receipts must show whence the sums Amer'n Exch'e... 6,869,471Nassa{ u.... .. .. 031,233 ness them. Among the company were Drs. I ,
in anywise affected thereby. were received, one of which will be retained AtlantIc.... .... 0,057,694 North Amerieu.: .. 2.831.291 Sayres, Crane and White, besides several f
Continental. .. .. 2,098,220iNational! ......... 1,233,488 I well known men in the provision trade. The: i 1 iI
"Fil"'it-All restrictions on commercial intercourse by the officer so depositing, one fourthwith ... .. ,
Commerce 7,917! ,8 911'ark., ... .. .. .. 8,809,645 made under i i1 j
experiments were the directionof ;
in and with states and parts of sent to the Secretary of the Treasury: one to Chatham.... .... 1,5H3,037.Pho.uix.......... 3,230,259 I Dr.
states heretofore declared in insurrection, the Commissioner of Customs and one to Mr. Corn Exchange... 2,8R2,021Rich'!' Sherman k Courtena'y Atwood.

and on the purchase,, transportation and sale llisley Washington.. Commonwealth... 8,095,0181 Co.. .. ....... 53,835 The process was invented by Professor John :

of the product thereof, are removed, except "Seventh--All officers above refered to, Gilman,SonFSCo, 2,875,589 77.501 Robinson Co...'. .Cox.....&. 531,200 :Morgan Ireland ,and of the Royal College of Surgeons in .

as to the transportation thereto or therein of except proper officers of the customs acting Howes & Mary... 379,19-tlRepllJJIic... .,.. ,0.58,722 a full description of it was prepared -
Hanover.... .. .. 2,004,6i3IStatcofN. York.. by him ::and published in the Journal
articles from which under 4.,823.382
ammunition am- exclusively the laws will
?, revenue after -
arm H. Clews k: Co.... 5.51,6221. Nicholas...... 1.154.919 I of the Society of Arts. Liebig declares that ,
munition is made, gray uniforms and gray they have closed their official business as Leather ManuPs. 2,913,041 Union .. .. ... .. 5,095,490; ;' the is founded)
cloth, and except also those relating to property sbove directed, and sold at auction to the Merchants'....... 4,830,742: City... ... ...p.. .. 3,808,172; process on correct scientific
heretofore the bidder the furniture Manhattan... .. 4,877,821 Northrop & Dick. principles, besides being simple, rapid and
purchased and 438,850 .
by or highest .
agents, property remaning
: Marine .. .. .... 1,518,870Mechaniqs. Culver, Pcnn&co. 2,501,717 economical ; and he makes some important.suggestions
captured by or surrendered "to the militaryforces ,oujiancl, and accounted for the proceeds ; ..,.,.,. .
. 4,434,062|:JVins-o\y, Laiiier in regard to the of N
of the United States. Nor will any of the same, forthwith systematicallyarrange Mech'csfanh'g.. 1,655.728; & Co....... .. :2,225000 after it has been, treated care{ *" the u .meat._1 *"
fees or taxes be charged or collected except the books, records, papers, &c., of Market. .. .. 1,794,095 N. Y. Life and or
those imposed by the, customs and, internal their late offices, that may easily be referred\ Metropolitan ... 5,980,203 Trust Co... 2,185,503 The process inquires the proper slaughtering (
of the annimal by a blow on the head.
revenue laws. And the supervision necessaryto to and examined, pack them in secure and The following is a
The chest is
thin opened to the heart
prevent the shipment of the prohibited water-proof boxes and forward the same, so LIST:: OF DIVIDENDS expose ; ,

articles,will be exercised>only by the regular marked as to indicate their contents, together made \\j sundry corporations, on which was which is immediately pierced on the right :
side; for the discharge of the blood. The
and officers the' with their paid a tax of 5 per cent. : .carcass -
ordinary of] customs, ,acting respective resignations, addressedto is then reedy for and the I
under the :evenue laws of the United States. the Secretary of the Treasury, Washington -' Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.-July] 1, operating ;

''& commercial intercourse of Oct. 1 to Feb. 28, 2,236,842 purposes ,
duties in regard to Secretary Treasury. ;tatt$111,8.1210. 9
A into the
left ;
pipe ventricle-
under the regulations referred to, Tyillcon- .. ... These dividends were 26) 2-3 per cent. and 24
i of heart into the :
the passing aorta: or ; .
,rider their official connection with this De- INTERN REVENUE.We 2-71per cent. on a capital of 7,500,000, and I where it'is fastened great
artery, nrmly with a coal
partment terminating with.the 30th instant, clip the following from an article in Delaware on,8750000.Lackaicana and Western: RailRoad .and noose; the pipe is then connected by, a ;
without further notice.
the New York Times, of June 26th, on "Our Co.-Divided their accumulated surplus coupling with a,st91> ,cock fixed to a, flexible '
"Third for the -
-Agents purchase of'pro
tube, to a tank with brine. This brine
Internal Revenue" being 50 per cent. upon their capital of .
of the insurrectionary states.on government : li
enters the great ;artery, traverses all the arteries -
account, will close their official businesscast It may not prove uninteresting if our read- which G,8H2H50-amounting dividend to 3,596,289: on I I and capillaries, and passes into,the veins, ..

of the Mississippi River with tip! trans- ers will glance through the following list, 47. Their they dividend paid a for tax of $179,814 issues from the incision in the right side .ofthe.
actions of the 13th instant and west of it with month of January
which embraces sundry channels of revenue was : .heart. This-thoroughly frees the blood ;
the transactions of the 24th instant,returningto not generally open to the public scrutiny. 18G5 26,965, 92.539,318 on which, the tax vessels" from the: blood and lynph 'whichwould .

sellers all property or money received or, : The,first Jist exhibits the was interfere with the preservation,of the

collected since those dates respectively, and MONTHLY RECEIPTS OF EXPRESS The above items of account in a measure for muscle. From Jive to twelve seconds only : ..
the high price coal. ,
such in the that ;
using despatch premises for this
their connection with the Department may, Companies, on which there is a three per : City Dank.-May to November, 1864, on a are The incision oh the operation right side of the heart l t
if centum tax : capital of 1,000,000; the net'grains were,
possible, terminate with the 30th instant. is then closed. The fluid used for
"ul'tlt-Offices of this, Department Adams Express (,ompany.-January, 595751 ,-. $122,75790>> ; of this they divided $63,15790, -ordinary'biane or similar substance preservation !:

charged with the:duty of receiving .and collecting ; February, $j40, 6J! ; March, 719,100; and Union paid Dank.a tax.-of November 6,137 90. to ,- is injected into ,the arteries any, to make.the ,circuit -,, :: ..

or havingin their possession under -. April, 616,126. AprilCapital through the capillaries and into the veins '.
: i,
$1,500,000 net gains 140,953: dividend
their control, captured, abandonedconfiscable or American.-January, $310,436; February, ; ; ; thoroughly distending! all the vessels. Every
: tax ,
8,633 March $321,448. $78,04731, $7,04767. I
$2 ,
personal property, will dispose of I ; tissue"of the body is thus saturated. ;' '
the same in accordance.with regulations' on American and European." -$974 ; 1,141 ; ACTUAL TAXES. After about forty minutes the carcass should > ;

the! subject heretofore'Prescribed at the earliest $1,023.: ', Tax on the last dividend of be cut into pieces' of suitable size, and pres-

time consistent with the public interest, Central Express Company.-$18,460; $16- Bank of Com..$64,856 43]Seamans' Bk $12,898 38 sed or,hung dry having a .
and will refrain from :receiving. such: from 812; 18849. Atlantic Ins Co.. 14,816 32 :Mich. S.R.R.CP 13,883 20 good current of air. A well-ventilated chimney ,/

military or naval,authorities after the 30th Ilarnden Express CompanY.-$60,779' ; $59-, Park Merchants'Bank Bank..... 20,709 14,981 05 29 N.Metropolitan J. Cen R.Bk'R. 15.208 U,8GO.38 38 is a very proper'place'for the'purpose .

instant. This will not be.construedi1oWevcr: ,' 060; 50116. III. Gen. R.R.... 60,041 68/Bk Republic.. 8,64046, The addition certain substances to ,the : I
as interfering with tile 'operations of the Kingsley Express Company.-13,011; $11- Bk. of State N. Y 12:17674:: Bank.-of N.1Yt.. 11,39296 fluidemployed ha ,"bcensugge.&ted, as sugar '
< ,
Ch. and R. I. RR 15,789 47 Bank America ,14,546 14 ;
agents now engaged in receiving, or ,collec-, 060; $13,104. ,Am. Exchange., 27,497 74 small,quantities? pho'sphoric'acid t6,c() gd-
tinS the property recently captured ,by or: National.Express. Company.-, 19,872;.$18- The .following is a list of '. [ [late the albumen :and prevent scurvy, 'spices, I,
surrendered to the forces of the United States,: ,409; 20666. :&c. "Pickle" ant' saltpetre, or nitrateof( ;

whether or not covered by or included'in the. ; $314-; ; MONTHLY INSURANCE RECEIPTS I soda, are all;.that :are really required, but, the :. ;

records, &c., delivered to the United States; 448WeUs on. which'there is a tax of 11-2 per cent. : additions improve the meat. The fluid should
military or treasury..authorities'.by,rebelrmil-' Fargo & 0?.-$75,893; $71,608;,$77622 ,- Atl/'cnt1o-Mutual-January, 527i529; _; February be hot when' injected if it is contemplated 'to

ll.iilJ officers or cotton agents. Those so I .' ._' 505,058; March, 476394.. .' 't put; the meat int<>;brine.' The heat coagula- ;

atbn win continue to discharge the "duties;) The second list shows the advertisingRECEIPTS Columbian-January; $;424,813;''February,, tes'the albumen and "sets the meat. f ;

thus imposed' until such property is all'reived \ OF 4069; March, $385,325;;?April, $278,515. When'the.meathas been:dried, it can. be .' .
<* or satisfactorily accounted fortmduntil; ; Great lVe8t rn.$87,174$77,7:84: ; $117-. packed in cases of sheet iron or in barrels It

tap amount is: secured so shipped or.o her-j for.the quarter.year, on ,a tax 382; 44,670. : should, however,be dipped in melted fat;,br I

wise disposed of under the regulations on the,, 'of 3 per ,cent The returns: are for: three:. Ipomc.t-180: ,!G4, $174,370, $142, 21, $157- ,packed. in_dry'sawdust or powdered charcoal. :

subject heretofore prescribed; and ttieywill:; 'months. each.SePtember. 826. This mode preparation, ; has been demonstrated : :
USe all the means at their command .with the!; 2\7n .--- $49,760 ; December, r17 January, $42,048 ; February. at various_ places? hi Europe, and everywhere ; ,

JttmostTigor: to the end that all the,prpperffp : $7 7,556;"March, $65,958.* $30633; shall tiTwune,-$47t677in$70,400, $62,597.. Lonllard.-January constituents bi1 the meat 'the
collected, captured or, turned :over ; 35,544V$ ; February. ; fibrine
06 secured to the United States with the least: .World.-$33.557, $ 8,326, $44,718. 34: ,762'. ; March$38,584April; ,:$30,789: albumen. ,saline 'elements, &c.,. and at; the ';

Possible cost and delay After,the30th, ,in- ,, 'p-$2,73 $38,891$65,212.' : : Zucrpool London; and Globe.: -.$105,285. same time is equally economical; as the! present ,
s grit the duty of receiving captured,, .and Com jercial.; 14986$1$1115'; $24,8721w. 82i403.57,292,9o,540l' ; mode of,"salting. down; : ," ;

.*{janaoned property not :embraced .In the JmlrM of Com .-- .fam&ry."; February". 'J .H r cantize J/utu7l51197- ; ,. 37,368.. 70r 'Three hosa and. one,cow;were slaughtered ,.
above the d d.Miu': 1i .28w 794,3,6,140:; "* ; '' : and infiltrated. Only a few minutes
; ;
exception, will be discharged;.1$y > r to-day; : I
usual and regularomcers,; of jthe customs,':at A on. i77 8; .1501.; X05+ : T:Metropolitan) : .==Averse, ?, $60,000'to,. : '100- were occu ied'in killing, .bleedhagH8calding, ; ; {

!he several places,where they may;blocated,: .' .Army- ; ..,guy .,fTournal,1" ; $2. ;,. 89-. ',1.$1,849,:; .000. v ', > scr pingand'prepa. gthe carcassesby; :the : : ,

m accordance with the regulations* relating; 1909J!.' : Manhattan.---Average$40,000 to 50.000lwn ;\! injection';of the .brine. :Specimen s. of, the ; 7"Cured'

to the subject; and officers heretofore:.'P !:i :;4.mtnea- n, ,.A... .ruultzirz, st I"..:::!'f.,t.WW..I '"" ...}'I.'.$4,092 1f,.;.is' ': >:M wJfwrttJariuary11. $1. 2,819.. ... ,,*.t February meats.were exhibited,and a collation t l
rO Jnnlng that duty will give them all ,the aid $10,981. ,251734: Marcb, '135,038.t ; 1 ;- ;; -.1'J of pork and wine was served. ... lt -" .." ;

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Iht nddH Tt1iIGu :, NOTIOE-TO-OWNERSAND,! ; 'will, on ,com NEW YORK, June 21st, 1865. Special" Correspondence of the Florid*_Union.]
pletion of the Railroad from Baldwin to '
be,ready to commence ihQ.Shipment of New' DEAR UNION :-,The:weather is ''intensely SAVANNAH, July 3rd* 1865.
.,-A".__ York.; All cotton consigned to me for shipment or for is The establishment of lines of
i .I Gale: ; willon; its arrival at Jacksonville, be weighed, byQTTMAN warm, and your correspondent intensly steamers be.
|Bi Esq., [the Treasury Agent for the GOTernment tween here and New York, the
y 4 Florida
a warm
; : JACKSONVILLE, JULY 15, 1885 ; ,]vwhowill collect the Revenue due United dull._ 'I was,wont. .. .,to think working Of
State before shipment. locality but :Ncw York must bare off the the telegraph lines to all parts;of the country,
Freights on the 1lallroad and the Government Tax ,
places this in
city again the business
t WHAT DOES IT MEAX? on Cotton or other Merchandize will be paid by, me palm in this respect. Her thoroughfares ate world

Our the Floridian & Journal when desired.All and it is only now and TIlE FIRST SHIPMENT OF COTTON
cotemporary persons who have no agents in New York can, .dirt Y and *
S comes to us this week on a full sheet, with a by consigning their Cotton to the House of Messrs. then that one can catch a puff of.-pure air. on _private account was: made_ on-:Thursday
AMOS D. SMITH &: CO., [an old and reliable House,] last by the Steamer "Chase'; of the
and other slight in its its arrivalat PARKis Pioneer
now heading changes receive a large advance on their Cotton on CENTRAL

o appearance. But what strikes us is that instead I Jacksonville.would particularly request a continuance of Trade gayer than ever, from Broadway up line. The "Nevada," of the Star line, took

;, 'of the names of the publishers in the from my old friends, and will be thankful for eo many Fifth.Avenue, all through the park stretches out over five hundred bales; on :.Sa lards,.
.' new ones as fit to patronize me. All Goods These
; usual place, the words "published by authori shipped to New may York, to my care at Jacksonville, will one continuous line of costly carriages, milesin shipments make Savannah' : begin to
No notice of of be forwarded with dispatch. look like her formerself.
ty" change proprietors fashionable occu-
appear. Shipping Agents in New York J. A. WILKINSON, extent, filled with their ..

in its columns-no salutatory address of Esq., 56 Front-St. pants. Wealth, fashion, and beauty, come A.FLORIDA LINE.

the new aspirant for editorial honors or vale- Forwarding and JOSEPH Commission BEMINGTON.Merchant, hither for an airing, and for the astonishment g Your readers will,be pleased to learn thata

dictory address of the former editor. We Jacksonville, Fla.Jnl.3r of all beholders. line of steamers is about to be. put on the

search its columns in vain for any explanation The above, 1865.notice we find circulating about Who owns these magnificent equipages, Florida route. They are. .. to. run twice a ;

,!. of the change or the meaning of the the country in the form of a hand-bill about who these silks and satins,who these rare and week from this place to Palatka! stopping at i

'I 1 ( phrase "published by authority." We have twelve by eighteen inches in size, and as we fragile laces that a breath of air would almost intermediate.points. The St.-, ,Johns will be I I

I lived our whole newspaper existence under who these prancing steeds and ready in a week or two. These: steamers
t have already done considerable gratuitous destroy, I I
the most rigid military censorship, and while advertising for the individual whose name is footmen, in the gayest of livery ? Ah who running in connection with the New York :

the strictest adherence to orders prohibiting appended to the document, we have concluded owns the people themselves? These surelyare steamers, will make Jacksonville quite easy ,

r the publication of contraband news has been to give this notice the benefit of our cir- hard subjects to answer. Shoddy, Petro- of access as well as avoid the uncertainty,
required, no commandant ever yet compelled leum and Aristocracy have miscegenated inconvenience and vexations incident
:- ,
r. : culation, on the ground that "one good turn ? to
? WI. ,. the placing of such a phrase to insure the deserves another" formed a new strata, which will require con- travelling on government.transports.

right to publish. We do not believe that after siderable investigation ere we shall be ena- THE NEW YORK STEAMERS '
Our first impression on seeing the name,
the wise course the conductors of theFlan'dt was that there were, "two Richmonds in the bled to determine its boundary, age or merit. leave regularly every Thursday and Saturday .

'ara & Journal had pursued, General God Central Park is not merelyfor
thank that travellers know
field," but on inquiry we are satisfied that it is But so can with some

11 Newton would compel them to suppress none other than our old acquaintance "Mon- the fashionable or wealthy. Here throngthe certainty how to make connections. Thi

I1 ; their names, and continue to publish only by soldiers 'maimed in their coun
sieur Tomson" alias the United States Mar poor or ; steamers are first class and well provided for

(/,. / sufferance. shal for the Northern District of Florida. try's service; here comes the mourner to woo making passengers comfortable: The passage

1 t' The whole proceeding appears so strange The publication of the aforesaid notice and sympathy from the green grass, the verdant is forty dollars, inclusive; board.

o' and inexplicable, that the more we think of modest flowers the quiet water-
the or THE ,
the performance of the duties of "Forwardingand trees, PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF GEO ROL!.

t it, the more our wonder increases. We have Commission Merchant" by the Marshal fall which human hearts has refused. Here Governor Johnson, the Provisional Governor
f carefully watched the columns of the press may be perfectly legitimate and strictly in too are, the lowly, and those unacquaintedwith of the State, arrived here on Friday.He .

Florida, since the close the war, and, on the riches of this world but to-day they
: accordance with the line of his duty, but in was serenaded in the evening and a display
account of its being the leading paper of the walk with heads erect and with hearts
t happy ,
this connection there is another little circum- I of fire works was made in front of the

'. .( : t State, the Floridian & Journal particularly :I stance which will perhaps serve to account for rejoicing in those gifts which God. bestowes : Pulaski House. The Governor addressed a
f 'jJ: i no the'closest scrutiny has failed to detect
so; all his children. Would i
so large audience in the theatre
the milk in that Cocoanut, a kind of "wheel Saturday eve.
within a wheel, in fact, of which the centri-
fl c. quiet submission to the government-nothing j where the and rich could alike find joy
I fugal force is in inverse ratio to the centripetal WHITE AND BLACI
with which the most arbitrary military and comfort.
.. and has a tendency to gravitate all bodies SOLDIERS. :
for interference.
f despots could find a cause
(greenbacks) directly into the pockets of the RECONSTRUCTIONstill A division of the 9th Arniy: Corps arrived
t Another strange thing we see, is that subscriptions -
attention of the Presidentand
f ; the
occupies last week from Alexandria Va.
aforesaid Marshal. To be explicit and come ; Among
will be received for no longer pe- the North. The appointments for Provisional them was a of Zouaves. A
the well state at day or
directly to point, we may as
t I riod than six months. Did we not know that
Governors,have thus far given satis- two after their arrival detailed
4 mice that the Marshal has entire possessionand they were. for
anxious continue
the proprietors were to faction. South Carolina still has her troub-
Provost Guard duty. When to
control of the Florida Atlantic and Gulf they came go
f. -
their publication as a means ot gaining an
: les. Her delegation have had two or three on guard mounting, they found that they
Central Rail Road.
: : honest livelihood, we might suppose that
4 i interviews with Mr. Johnson.
By what this was brought about, Nothing were to mount guard with negro troops.
: had loaned the to other parties I Ii process
they paper
satisfactory has thus far been arrived at.- This they fully refused to dp and returned to
Ss for that Even if that true and the public are not generaly well ,
i pe.riod. were ,
t. The President informed them that they must their camp. During the day some of the blacks
the fair for its Some say by seizure, but we have more conclusive -
parties paid a compensation
purge themselves from slavery,and,adopt the undertook to the insult and
evidence that it was turned over to avenge an affray
ashamed their
: use, why are they to place ,
Constutional Amendment ere they could re-
him Orders" of Gen. John ensued which resulted in ,little more than AT .
by "Special Brig. '
I! names before the public, or at least greet their. : ,
turn to the Union. Governor Aiken is their few knock-downs. :
r' with the Newton, Commanding District of Florida,
cotemporaries customary salutatory ,
I first choice for Governor, but is' is probablethat +- 1
bow like honest Head Quarters at Tallahassee. What repre-
t1 t tJ ; people. former member of Congress
B. F. Perry; a NEWS FROM
sentations or rather misrepresentations WASHINGTON.
.1" The only light its columns shed on the may
have been made to the General to induce will be appointed.THE .
c matter are two advertisements headed U. S. .

Marshal's Sales. At first we supposed that this proceeding on his part, we 'are not at ASSASSINATION WASHINGTON, July.. 4, 186.
; trial still drags its slow length along. It will :
some of the fine residences whjph\ adorn the present aware, but resumption on THE HEALTH OF THE PRE8IDDNT.

streets of Tallahassee had caught the cove- our part is, that the General intended it as a doubtless be finished by Christmas. The big The health of the President, is so far improved -

tous of our United States Judge who joke, and done it to put the Marshal in pos- stories circulated by Copperhead journalsthat as to warrant his devoting a few hoursto
eye ,
Jeff. Davis was in irons has been explo business, commencing with Thursday
j not content with enjoying himself in his ru- session of an elephant, the entire magnitudeof morning.
ded. Though confined, his room is large y .
which that functionary failed to perceive.The .
Northern home, drawing his salary all
i' and comfortable,and he has nothing of whichto AN IRON CLAD GUNBOAT TO BE SENT TO THEPACIFIC
.. the while from the United States for nearly inference to be drawn from the fact of COAST.

I the Marshals' possession of the Rail Road complain.
two without mcnth'slabornot ,
years performing a The Navy Dapartment has resolved to
f taken in connection with the above notice is John Mitchell, who helped to inaugurate a
content with indiscriminately send an iron clad 'gunboat.of the Monadonck
confiscating the property nearly every resident that if"owners and shippers'of cotton" who rebellion in Ireland, to secure the rights of pattern to the Pacific coast, but has not decided -

Jacksonville Fernandina,whether have been guilty of any little indiscretions on his countrymen, and who has' been laboringhard which'one of the four shall go.

:1,i.I they were loyal or disloyal-not content w1thA' I behalf of the late Confederacy, such as pack- four years to keep the, "colored race in: THE RUMORS AS TO THE VERDICT IN THB ASSASSINATION

.. repudiating debts contracted-but must needs !. ing its beef and pork or trampling the United bondage, has at last been arrested and sent TRIAL.

( undertake to do his business on States flag under foot-will be let off easy, to Fortress Monroe. All good men rejoice.He Public interest is reviving in-',this city as to
; confiscating the result'of the assassination :trials. It fe
had come North to assume control of the ;
provided they will only consign their cottonto
:, ; the lynch law plan. We thought that he rumored this evening that tHe.vefdict of the

I f Y .I till desired to make Florida a winter retreat "Jos. Remington, Forwarding and Commission New York News. Military Commission has been'rendered: and

'and that the unenviable reputation which Merchant, Jacksonville Fla." BREAKING UP OF THEARMY. the sentences of the accused ;now await the

j Troops are daily arriving. Over a million action of the President. Since :nothing can
his course has gained him the residents r
among be properly known concerning, such accounts -
a day is being paid to the officers and men
I of Jacksonville would render a residence Granting Pardon.. must be taken with allqwance.COMPLAINTS ) .
who are mustered out. Another large deduction
l at Tallahassee more desirable. By direction of the President, Attorney
: But'wien we looked a second time at the General Speed has prepared a circular on the will soon be made. : General Grant INGTON.TROOPS AROUND> 1

advertisements t- we discovered, to our astonish-0 subject Qf granting pardons to the .leading designs to reduce it to one hundred- thous- The the of
in vicinity
0" which has been troops encamped
rebels, issued. This 'will re Officers
and men ere the meeting Congress.
m.ent.tJtat Fernandina and Jacksonville have, lieve the President from the great amount of I Washington have been nearly unanimous. ii be sold again. The first\ is the Yulee labor to which he has been subjected recent- for colored troops are still wanted. their complaints of bad treatment by commissaries -

q.b. at Fernandina which believe has ly in examining into scores of cases of this PARDONS i I for a month past., 'Those remaining
[npuse.. we
.. here declare that fared better in ,the
: : they
character. Thiscircularwill be issued to each, are made. }Ianyprominent rebels have I Ireceived'
been sold hi daily '
halves and sold
.already finally Provisional Governors field during the campaigns against Richmond
now appointed .
or -
:for taxes. We see a. number of names of hereafter;to be appointed; and it authorizes, grace from our new lre ident.- I for reeyear8past. than they,tiave done since

parties among: the proscribed who have taken such Governor to receive applications for Over one. thousand applications, are on.file' being emcamped. 'in sight of,:the ::national

"t ,';" the amnesty oath.' If we did not think the pardon! from persons residing within,,his jurisdiction at Washington, and if they are all as long asAlexander' They; also complain ''of' not being and
:.. and collect testimony and examine. covered paid; many instances, for six'months_ ,
people of Florida possessed,of too much sense, Stephens, which seventy manifest much feeling on .the sUbje ,
; into all the facts in each case, and report the: ; .
,be befooled the threats and pages foolscap, the President will have hishands .ot
"to by doings' .same to thePresident, for final action. PROPOSALS FOR CARRYING 'iuE'If; 1J.8 BETWEEN

1, of the present- officers of the United States ,It understood. ',to be a'prerequisite to,any full. THE.UNWED STAT &".AND 1 'BRAZIL.

.District Court t we might the .nardonSbeinggranted: that the favorable' recommendation POLITICAL.. Post Office advertised "
\ perhaps give ,I t The Department\:t s gain
of a Provisional Governor- Major General Cox has been nominated by for, for the mailsiti
'" .subject :further attention But. the. ,reputa: acting Governor, must accompany the application : proposals carrying
lion .have is bad the, Republicans of Ohio for .Governor.. steamships.bctwCe the United-States and ..
they enough witnout, ourj when the case is forwarded to the .., .
= 1 President for: final decision. The effect of .There much .grumbling, because. they did Brazil. The:contract was heretofore award
1 it
j __I making worse. Fortunately,their proceedings ed to respectable parties in Nth? York,;but a

I x have'not escaped the. eye of the proper; the this hands measure of "will be to strengthen, greatly1' not commit themselves' to negro suffrage. question was recently raised by?a third pant

authorities;;x e shall probably soon), 'be'freed reorganizing.. their the 'Provisional respectivesStates jGovcrnorq and:will in; Boston,has. 'lately had a)big meeting to con-' and was sustained by the,Attorney* General,

sidered the subject. Ward Bee ii r'and other 'that'tbef'' ? charter 'flit a steanS lp, compalY!
from their 'disgusting presence, ,and their: prevent, as Tar as possible, any risk of'grant; did
different cltI edx
will be :honest .pardons prominent 'leers'weo' senfurid advocated beinjtror a sp : ?uri nese,
place supplied by men.; ing to avowedly disloyal,or improper ., the
As for the parities who are publishing theFforidian persons' :The.reports/rpm a 'Governorwill ,the. .right .o_ f thV l 'negro tt5 vote.- not give\ the required resposibilUy for
\ The
; the leadingy 'men,'of the North'are i in; United States and Brazil,Mail! i'sefirtce.
& Journal, whoever they: may be- also embrace the statement in each case Many
; : ' longer' wonder they' are: ashamed'toTHjblish ,tt ,as:to whether the applicant likely s : to make;: .favor'of it. A letter of3ir,:Lincoln come;: thirdparty,claimed the cbntrapt' ori the this ground too

; .:: their 'names Their .uhhewspaper.uke : a peaceable and useful citizen in the 'nityre, to light to.Colonel: Halm,' of \ ;' recommentllng of being' \the next;lowest bidder g r 3biit

,&duct wiH'ho doubt be properly,'treat- and.',whether_ ,any proceedings have been' inetituted ; the 'nieastire. But )rr..,Johnson 'was Bet aside by the Attorney i iGeneral l.,,w1"hence

t '!e((1 rby our 'coteniporariea ,throughout;'the .. l against him. under .confiscation 'seems think.; ,the, matter of ,the1 l,. franchise the renewal' the invita'iJQni". ', '*for pm''posals. :
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TREASURY CIf"LT LAR. I II I ,. :#' :::,'.; :{ !' _'Y-'
warehouse?such"penn it and bond being hi -- -- .J._ h"" _" _". ..:::" ',. ::; rn'; ;:

Collection of Internal Revenue in the I the form required by the regulations for the MARRIAGES.' .. t iOn MARINE t 4 ,LIST. ,'::.;: i" ;;: '; ..
: Southern States. establishment bonded warehouses. the 10th inst., by the Rev; John"S. 'Swaim, Mr. / _. : .::';'" ,I w ;- ;#.;.
,On.or,, Francis H. Hail, to Miss Rachel Clark both POUT OF JACKSONVILLE JULYARRIVALS. ,, I :
of the Treasury has before the 10th of Charl- n.18M. ;- ; } ire ,
The Secretary issued day of each month the As- ton County, Georgia.On 0 .1 t _:J '
the following circular relative to the collection sessor will transmit to the office of :Internal .., .}'.to. '!, '.<..."

of internal revenue in the southern states: Revenue a statement showing the amount ,of the 10th by the same,'Mr. John A.Boyar of Bergen July9.&eamer: Hattie, Alley, from Pilatka, raft to -- '.24.( it I i fY 1.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, June 21, 1865. duties thus certified during the month prece Jacksonville County Fla. Jersey,to'Mrs.fa.ry E. 'Brooks,, of United States Quartermaster. .-'. .' ;:f: t

Section forty-six of the Internal Revenue Act, ding, and the collector will! on or before the: Head July, to 10 United-Steamer States' St. Marys, Ward, from Hilton : ::1 jI' ) ,. .0

proved June 30, 1864,provides that whenever same date, transmit a descriptive schedule of July 10 -Schooner Wm.Quartermaster.Bement .: wh
from : :
,Wiggins, New
i \:i f
authority of the United States all bonds thus taken HEADQUARTERS, \ York,' ?4
him in to Master.
the shall by the
course of :34TH U. S. C. T., July U, 1865. J ..: r f 1:
have been re-establis In any state where the the preceding month. When goods arrive in At a meeting of the officers of the 3ith U. S.C. T., at York July, 1 Schooner S. E. Brown, Place, from New ;- ,t r t.(:'J
of the laws bad any northern Regiment Headquarters, convened to to Haygard Co. Y .
execution previously been port under such,transportation perfect arrangements i' r'
July 13-Schooner Wilton, Crane from .
for Fernandina
the funeral of O. E. U
bond Captain
the provisions of the or under Bryant 34th U. !
act shall bepudn a permit issued to Cahan :
i impossible by a' Collector S. C. T., who died July 13th, 1865. The following t ;,
force in such state with such modification of Customs under the regulations of May amble and resolutions were adopted : pre- July 13--Steamer Sylph,French, from Hilton head, J. 0' ,.

of inapplicable regulations in regard totSSCSSment 9, 1865, they will, be received into the Whereas,it has pleased Divine Providence to remove to Master. .
warehouse proper from among na, by the hand of death esteemed July -Steamer Wyoming, Brown, from Pilatka, :
levy, time and manner of collec- established under the internal re- friend and beloved our to United States Quartermaster. :.
tion, as may be directed. by the ,Department, venue laws, in, the district into which the Bryant, suddenly and under officer circumstances, Captain of Oliver peculiar E. DKPARTT7KES. :: ,

without waiving. any degree the rights of foods are brought, andthe necessary certi- sadness.Resolved July Steamer St. Marya, Ward, from Hilton Head, .
the government In respect to taxes that have will be issued for the cancellation of and, That in the death Captain Bryant, we reCognize .I by United States Quartermaster. : ;; '
deeply feel the loss
heretofore accrued, or assuming to exonerate the bond in the same manner as if the goods ness in duty and whose fidelity of in one friendship whose faithful it was ted July States 10-Steamer Hattie. Alley for Pilatka, by Uni ;

the tax-payer from his legal responsibilityfor were transported from another bonded warehouse and ever shall be our aim to imitate, and whose mem- 13-Quartermaster.July Steamer St. Marys, Ward for ,
Whenever ory our heart will a
such taxes. The Department does not any person who is assessed Ruolctd ever cherish. by United States Quartermaster.July _

deem it advisable to insist' at present upon for a license ,is. found to have paid a bereavement, That, we while cannot we forget thus mourn that in our the own death personal of our- United 13 Stales-Steamer Wyoming, Brown, for Pilatka. by ,

their payment, so far as they were payable license tax to a special agent, appointed under Brother the service of his country has met with sssrious Quartermaster. \ 'fCONSIGlBU. ;i

prior to the establishment of a collection district the regulations of the Treasury Depart- loss,having entered the army at the breaking \
embracing the territory in which the ment for commercial intercourse with of the rebellion, actuated by lore of country and uni Per schooner Wm.Bement, New York-John Johns,
insurrectionary vernal liberty; he served from the same motives,faithfully Earl Madean, CoL John S. Sammis. C. Parkbnrst J.
tax-payer resides. But assessors in the seve- districts, the collector will issue a and efficiently till the time of his death, and under H. Remmington, P.'H. Gilbert ;. .

ral collection districts recently established instates license for the year ending May 1, 1866, and I all circumstances was ever ready by word and deed Per schooner. 8. E. Brown, New. ,York-P. Y. Hay I
the lately in insurrection are directedto will collect only sO much as be due for defend tho right, and espouse the cause of the oppressed gard& Co: '
the time may and it may be regarded as a mark of the divine Per schooner Wilton,Fema.ndina-Mr.Cahan. ;
require returns to make assessments :intervening after the expiration of approval of his course, that he ,was permitted to Per steamer sylph,Port Royal-Captain Snow Dr.
for the several classes of taxes for the appropriate the license issued by the special agent. The live to see the end for which he had so long and earn French, Ranken & KIrby. .

legal period preceding the first regu- amount assessed and thus left uncollected estly labored, vis : The close of the war and the eman- -
cipation of a from
day on which a tax becomes due after the will be abated when the claim is Unsolved race bondage. f
lar proper pre- That we offer to his bereaved relations and
establishment of the district; that is to say, sented to the Commissioner of Internal Rev friends at home ienderest and deepest sympathy OFFICE ASST. SPECIAL AGENT TREA r t

in the several districts in question the proper enue. HUGH McCuLLOGH, and would And, if it were possible, by sharing lighter their SURY DEPT. 5th SPECIAL AGENCY, :; t ,
especially do we mourn with and for his
tax will i be.assessed upon the income of Secretary of the Treasury. disconsolate widow into- the--- sri----iineaa-- nt-- -ham. .-..<..?i JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 23 1865. .
the year 1864:, inasmuch as the tax for thatyear we dare not enter. Her heart knoweth its own hitterfleas. Until further notice '
is due upon the 30th day of June, subsequently THE FOURTH. But while wd'stand with awe and sadness in all persons receiving 0

to the establishment of the district. The eighty ninth the presence of her peculiar sorrow, we all with one merchandise at this Port, will before remor- :
anniversary of
our independence pray that He who can reach all hearts and who
All persons found doin any business for was observed in this city yesterday bath suffered all sorrow, may administer to her the ing the same from on board the vessel bringingit

which a license is required, will be assessed with all the eclat New Yorkers could give to consolation which we cannot give, and may tenderly : submit the invoice of such merchandise
bind her broken heart. 1
the license from the first day of the occasion. The up
for proper military .
display consistedoftwentyfiveregiments .
W. LEE APTHORT) to me for examination and approval. '
the month in which the district is established. of infantry cav- Captain L. H. Hixsxxr, >Committee. .
Persons engaged in any business for alry and artillery, accompanied by thirteen Lieut. laD B. Wsten.Lieut. j R. OTTMAN, ;

which monthly or quarterly returns are required bands, and was received with the greatest O. M. HAXMOTD,Secretary. Asst. Special Agt. Treasury Dept.

to be made, will be assessed for the enthusiasm along the line of march. The : June 24th-tf. ;

month or quarter for which returns. should returned veterans had a perfect ovation a WANTED. ___

be made at the first return day after the establishment dinner was given to. the Irish Brigade at Irving A Partner with &3OOO. F L. WARROCK,

of the district, and the same principle Hall, and the wounded, sick and well geutlenyra with 1800 acres of Open Land,Buildings: Auctioneer and Commission jferchant
will apply to those taxes which are payable soldiers were entertained at the State Soldiers' A Provisions, Mules, Stock of all kinds, Wagons. y
&c. Land
capable ofproducine250 bales S. I JACKSONVILLE
at different periods. A manufacturer of depot the City FLA. twill
Assembly Rooms, regi- Cotton and Provisions, wants a partner with the
tobacco, for instance, in a district established mental armories and other places. The shipping above.amount ..Enquire at this Office. attend promptly to consignment of all kinds ot

after the 1st, and before the 20th of May,will in the harbor was finely decorated pub- country produce, and will purchase for parties in the .1
country any articles they may wish, at the lowest
assessed his sales for the month of lic and private '
be upon buildings were hung with JOHN JONES, ket price. ;
April. When any manufactured articles are flag ,and streamers, the parks and streets WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST July 15-.f. .. .,

found in the hands of a purchaser, and it is were, full of fair women and brave men and BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

shown to the satisfaction of the assessor that in the evening the fire-works in the various I Would call the attention of dealers and consumersto CHARLES P. COOPER

the goods were actually sold and passed out squares and other localities closed the day ina I his large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent ATTORNEY AT LAW,

of the hands of the manufacturer before the blaze of glory. There were less casualties' Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints, Oils, Window Glass, JACKSONVILLE '.
commencement of the period for which he is than usual, but eleven having been reported Stationary, &c., &c., among which may be found : FLORIDA. ,

properly taxable,,the articles will not be subject -' as occurring during yesterday and Monday Sulphate Quinine Castor, Oil Ofix Second Story, Sammii' Bl<<:k.

3 to tax in the hands of ,such purchaser, evening, nine of which were inflicted by pistolS Cream Tartar, KEJPJIUNCU :

unless transported beyond the limits of the most of them exploding hi the hands of .Calomel, Hon. S. L. BtrBBirr, I Col. J. 8. SAMXIS. .
states lately in insurrection. The holder of the victims. Blue Haas, July 8 6m

\ any distilled spirits, manufactured tobacco, At Gettysburg the day was celebrated with Sulphur Magnesia, &c

or other article which is liable to seizure on great enthusiasm,and the corner stone of the I PATENT MEDICINES. PROFESSIONAL. M. J. MURPHY .

vyicount of the absence of inspection marks, solders' monument was laid with the most Townsend's Sarsaparilla, and Surgeon to ;.
miy present to the assessor' the evidence that imposing ceremonies. At day-light one Ayer'a Sarsaparilla Pectoral, the people of Jacksonville and surrounding'country. :f

the ii&boles in his hands or under the evidence hundred were fired the Ayers Cherry Particular attention will be given to diseases of women .
guns by camp on the Ayer's Ague Cure, and children. Office at his residence, corner of For- :
teat the articles in his hands, or under battle-field. At ten o'clock in the morning ': Indian Cholagogue, syth and Hogan-streets. 3m July 8' -

the circumstances which obtain in the particular the procession, headed by Major General Davis Had way's Pain Killer Remedies, ,

case, are not subject to tax Except as Geary, moved from the main: street ,of the Fahnectock's Vermifuge, FRANKLIN DIBBLE
above stated. And if the assessor is satisfied town and the cemetery was reached at a few I Worm Candy, ,
the minutes before eleven where South American Fever and Angus Remedy, (;Ammisaiom Merchant, <
he will cause packages to be so the exerciseswere
Brown's Ess.
marked that they may be identified and sold opened with prayer and a discourse by Winslow's Soothing Syrup, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I without liability of seizure.: Whenever any the Rev. Dr. Tyng, of this city. After the Hyatt's Life Balsam, Produce purchased, or advance in Cash or supplies,
, made on consignments to C. B. Dibble, New York.
collector shall have reason"'to believe that the readin of a letter from President Johnson, \ Velpeau's Remedy,
p Liniment
! holder of any gpuds on which the tax has regretting that illness deprived him of the Mustang Roger's Syrup,Liverwort, and Tar, NOTICE.. DR. E. S.ALDmcn :
intends to the pleasure of being the ceremonies MoMunn's Elixer MEDICAL ,
not been paid remove same present, at- and Surgeon, late of San" Francisco
the limits of the states in in- tending the laying of the corner-stone British Oil, '
, beyond lately were California,may be consulted at his office at Mrs.; Hnd-
: surrection, and to evade the payment of the gone through with. General Howard, the Photograph Albums, Bateman's Drops, Ac., &c. nall's Mansion Howe, or at the Drug Store of Mr. J.

. tax, he will seize the goods and take the necessary orator of the day, then delivered eloquent Backgammon Boards, Jones.- JUDe 2th-tf.

steps for their condemnation, unless r oration on the sacrifices of the private sol; Blank Books, .

the holder shall give bond, as hereinafter dier, which,was followed by the poem of the Wallet, J. D. IJPSON.SURGEON : '
for the occasion-Thoughts of the Time and Place" Mirror, DENTIST. -'
prescribed, transportation or exportation Hair, Tooth. Cloth, Shaving : ,
of the goods, or shall return the same .-written and read by Colonel Charles G. and Whisk Brushes, &, &. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : ;

to the assessor,.jmd pay to the ,collector the ""Halpine. The exercises, were concluded by PERFUMERY, ETC. RsrEsssc. ='Pennsylvania College Dental Sur- '
, amount of tax that shall be found due. In ail an address from Governor Curtin. Lubin' Extract*, gery," and five years practice.

i cases in which seizure shall be_made tinder At Washington the National Colored Mon- ,Night Blooming Fancy Extracts.Cereus, June 34th-Itptf.' 1 i : :

i these instructions, the D p ,rtme 1 ,.on being ument Association had a large and enthusiastic Colognes WANTED. 100,000 NO. 1 CYPRESS I:.:

Informed of such seizure, will consider the meeting, the oration 'being delivered by Hair Oils,Sea l. by contract. L..WARROCK, .
Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, Auctioneer and Commission'Merchant. '
case, and extend such measure of relief as the 'William Howard Day, a black man of rare SterlW$'. Auibrosia, Kendall's Amboline, &c., &c. July15-tf. 4 : ...
I facts shall justify. In the'states of Virginia intelligence and good address. Speeches CANDIES.

: Tennessee and Louisiana .collection,districts were made by Hon. Hon. Henry Wjlspn and Gum Drops, Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Peppermintr C ADDLERY AND HARNESS IN NEW :

were some time since established, with such Governor Hahn, and the Rev. John Pierpont Drops,Lozenges, Arc., &e. 'f> O YOBK. As Saddles, Bridles, Harness &c., caa

" boundaries include in which read'a poem written for the occasion. STATIONERY.Letter now be shiped to any of the Ports of the Southern -
as territory
Note and Foolscap Paper, States open for trade, we would say that we may still '
feature of the
, It has but .receutlr become possible; toren- At Albany great day was White and Yellow Envelopes, be found at our old stand No. 27, Chambers Street., :, ;
1 s force the laws of the United States in those the flag reception of the New York StatevoluntOOr Pens, Ink and Inkstands Playing Cards, 4c. New York, ready to greet our old friends, and as many ;.< I
districts. The rule laf down 'above will be regiments. Lieutenant General new ones as please to give us a call, and show them; I
(, The ad- CUTLERY. a complete assortment Goods in our line, particularly {
and Grant ,vas'presenl presentation
. so modified as to require..tl4e assessment Razors Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, and Scissor suited to the SOUTHKBK TKADK: of 'our own well I
collection of the first taxes wIt' h become due dress wasjmade by Major General Butterfield, known manufacture, which we will dispose of; on the ,
after the establishment of assessment divisions an addresS'was delivered by Governor Fen- v most favorable. terms. :
E. H. the Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet, *\J LACEY,}f'F.E1'F.R.\. .
n.andtheRev. Chapin was orator -
in the particular locals ._ Whenever to Killickinick Shanghai,and Anderson's Smoking Tooacco. Successors to SPBOULLS, MEEKER Co ..
assessments 'are to be made, based upon of the occasion.In "'- --. May 3d, 1865. '3m. ,

?I transactions which 'may have been carried Brooklyn Williamsburg, Jersey City, ..f Cigars of the best brands.

') on in a depreciated'curreney, it 'will be proper Hobokenup the Hudson,and indeed throughout I PIPES. d

;; for the'assessor to ascertain the amountof the couu,generally, the great' nationalholiday Mentchsum. LUMBER FOR SALE. 150,000 FEET ''
I Ii observed as a double celebration Pine Boards, Planks tongued and' _
was Imitation Mercbanui, _
: the income, or value or sales, or receipts, : grooved,and Scantling,also .Doors, Window Sasheav .
of the establishment ofour Brierwood, Rosewood,Applewood, Clay, .kc.
i ia lawful money of the United States, according -i ij -as an anniversary Diamond and Safety Matches. Pickets for Fencing, Shingles, Ac. \ I
j to the best information which he can independence and as a day of ,rejoicing Apply to HENRY JOHNSON. '
the restoration ,of peace throughout the'land.1"ew LIQUORS, SYRUPS ETC. :Fernandina.'Fla.May '
: obtain as to the average value of such depreciated at 21.lSS:! lino. :
for the period covered t>r: York HeraW, 5th inst. Brandy, .. '
Sherry Wine, \ i-
the assessment The duties upon cotton,and( -- o .. Port Wine, GEOBGE'APEW' *, 'i..!. '

spirits of turpentine,are,by a special proyi- ENGINEER'S OFFICE, FORT CLINCH, Holland Gin, Watchmaker and Jeweller, ,. '. 1
non of the statute, made payable by the person I FERKANDINA, FLA., July 10th 1865. '
Blackberry Brandy CONSTANTLY .AND' i r .
'fa -
v :
first Y ON HAND
in whose hands the ,articles are Lemon ,; HAS .
found by officers of internal ;revenue.. With I i I'Editor of.the-Florxtrc.., Union: Vanilla Syrup, sale, Gold and Silver Watches' and Jewelry ;::- !1: .

reference to those articles,. therefore, the rule J :MY DEAR SIR:-The- statement in your last Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup Pineapple Syrup. Also'a Combs. .Brushes.good assortment. PerfumeryToilet of Spectacles soap,1Tooth; Stationery Brush ;.:'.r J! ,

kjddownwill! not apply; ,but.. assessments issue concerning,-organization_ of a; Loyal. PAINTS,,OILS"" ETC. es, Cutlery.Including some of those; celebrated Wad* :y l
will be made wherever are found.Whenever .- 1 White Lead, &Butcher Bazors,Razor Straps, Shaving' Brushes and j ,Jt
they : matter of I o- '
here :> ai which am igI
: League ChromeGreen. ,' Cups, Pocket Looking :;Glasses Pocket Books and : i'
any person holds as a/purchaser, Chrome Yellow, Memorandums, ,Photograps Albums, holding from :'t'i;
; any article'which., underthe infernal revenue I .rant. Prussian Blue", twelve to one hundred pictures, Violin Banjo 'and. Tl _
I laws be transported under bond, not the President.. of any such association Red and Black Paints,- Guitar Strings,Tape Measures,from three to one hundred .. i .
may i Linseed OU Benzine, loot Meerschaum Pipes and Segar Holders; .'Rub,1;
*ad-desire* to. transport .the .same, .to,any j -that is.alfIk: ow _. i Plaster Paris,'Whiting. &c., &e. ber Stems Crochet Needles, Silver;Thimbles, &e.,:Jeel: :: ;
northern port- or place, he niay ' tb? t. .. 'Truly.Yours, Window Shade, ., -We have just received a fine-assortment' of Gold and '1ft,:
lessor to have the amount of tax ascertain- j Liquid. Blue, Silver Cane Heads, and L.-lot* of:those: fine Howard ,.-'Jf" -
'. ALFRED H. SEARS. 'which splendidsatiifaction.. i L
and examine Petroleum Watches, give .. :fo.
eel determined.. The 'pl'O Congress:Water. Watches,Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short notice w,. .
ton having beea had, the assessor will certhff : : Major,& gineer. Seidlitz Powders, .'_ _. and satisfaction'guaranteed., .Work from the conn- .' -t f j
the amount of duties.thereon- to the collator r -- Citrate'of.MagnesU; ,; ; : .1' try will receive prompt arid careral attention. .Bemem- *"-.",.{;:;s .
thcreupoagrant Jon ,.P 1LINTIN( -' Extract for making:. Root Beet&C. ., & .-, ber the place, at the Old Stand of;C. U.; Oakon. Ocean ." :; ,K-.
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P J thousand eight hundred and fifty For an cnlaTf.tement'of the library of congress
: mittee claims one as
z tOFFICIAL.] For fort at Fort Point, San Trandsco Bay California dollars on clerk or printing records; one thousand, ,eight to Include in two wings built fire-proof, the :;space at

1 t Laws of the United l States one hundred and fifty thousand San dollars. California .hundred; and fifty dollars; superintendent{ in charge of either end of the present library measuring "about
Francisco Bay,
For fort at Alcatraz Island ,
the furnaces one thousand two hundred dollars ; as-. eighty feet in length by thirty feet In width, in accor
PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE hundred and fifty thousand dollars. ,
hundred and
of furnaces, seven dance with a plan to be approved by the committee
f Calilornia, .i6 stout in charge on
defences at San Francisco
t THIRTY-FJGIITH CONGRESS. '\ r, For additional -twenty dollafs ; laborer in charge of pnvato passages, the library, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars

,.fifty thousand dollar ? thous- seven hundred and twenty ,dollars ;.two laborers at to be expended under the direction of the Secretary or

i CHAPTER L.V1t. I XJror defences Washington, three hundred five hundred and seventy six dollars each ; chaplainto the Interior. "t"trowrtflfCJai'Mi ..

An Act to of the Act entitled"An anil( dollars. dollars. making For salaries of five
: revive certain Provisions del the Senate, seven hundred and fifty ; *.- judges, of the
I. Act further to provide for the Collection of dn- For 1I1 ld works and field operations, one million seventy-nine thousand six hundred and forty-six court of claims, the solicitor, assistant solitof. deputy

, : i ties on Imports and Tonnage,." approved March lars. dollars. solicitor, clerk and assistant clerk, bailiff, and messen

\; }1 three, eighteen hundred and fifteen, and for other For bridge trains and equipage for armies in the For contingent expenses of the Senate, viz' : ger thereof,thirty-six thousand three hundred dollars.

Purposes. field, tree! hundred thousand dollars. five For stationery, seventeen thousand dollars. For stationery, books!, fuel, lights, laborers; hire

i, t Be it enoc-tetlby the Senate and House qf Representativesof For tool and siege trains for armies in the field For newsappers, three thousand dollars. and other contingent and miscellaneous expenses. ",
the United States of America in Congress assembled, hundred thousand For Congressional Globe, thirty-five thousand doll three thousand dollars. '
defences for of
f T.J at the first sentence of the second section of the act For surveys for military purchase For compensation of attorneys to attend to taking

entitled "An aof further to provide for the collection ., campaign maps, three hundred thousand dollars. including aFor reporting proceedings in the Daily Globe for the testimony, witnesses, and commissioners, oho thousand
t of northern and northwestern lakes '
For ,
of duties on imports and tonnage," approved March survey hundred and twenty-five firstFor 'on of the thirty-ninth congress, twenty thou- dollars.

three, eighteen hundred and fifteen, to wit : "That it Lake Superior, one sand dollars I Jxecutitoe.-For compensation of the President of the'

1 shall be lawful for any collector, naval officer, surveyor thousand dollars. For payin tl1e publishers of the Congressional Globe J United States, twenty-five thousand dollars. ,
II i charts of lake
1",. 1 or inspector of the customs, as well in any adjoining For engraving dollars.and printing surveys and Appendix according to the number of copies For compensation of the Vice-President of the Unites:
fifteen thousand
S' r district as that to which ho belongs, to stop, search, taken, one cent for every five pages exceeding three States, eight thousand dollars. :
r and examine any carriage or vehicle of any kind whatsoever For purchase and repair of instruments, twenty thousand, including tho indexes and the laws -of the 'For compensation of !Secretary to sign:: patents: for

1 and to stop any person travelling on foot or thousand dollars. Fort Porter United States, twelve thousand nine hundred dol- public lands, one thousand five hundred dollars

t. beast of burden on which he shall suspect there are For repairing, equipping, and enlarging For compensation to the private secretary steward,,

i goods, wares, or merchandise which are subject toY at Buffalo, fifty thousand dollars. lars.For one complete set of the Congressional Globe and and messenger, of the President of the United 'States,.

"" duty or which shall have been introduced into the Approved, February 28,1865.:) Appendix for each senator in the thirty-ninth congress four thousand six hundred,dollars. ;

United States in any manner contrary to law; and if who has not already received them, six thousand eight For contingent:;; expenses ,of the executive office, including

i such officer shall stop any goods, wares, or merchandise CIUPTKR i.xix and License of hundred dollars : IJrovi ,edhoweyer, That any senator stationery therefor, two thousand dollars.

: on any such carriage, vehicle, person travelling on An Act relating to the tain Enrolment Vessels.Be cer- who has already as a member of the House of Representatives Department nf State.-For compensation ot the Secretary

; 1 foot or beast of burden which he shall have probable received a portion of a set of tho Congres of State and: assistant secretary of state, chief

; cause to believe are subject to duty or have been un it enacted by the Senate and Ifou of liepr&entatwesf sional Globe, shall only be entitled to receive as such. clerk, superintendent of statistics clerks, messenger,

lawfully introduced into the United States, he shall f the United States rf America in Congress assembled, senator the additional volumes required to complete assistant! messenger and laborers in his office, fifty-eight
That whenever it shall become for the owneror
I 1 seize and secure the same for trial," be, and the same necessary one full set. thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. ::
of anvessC'l of the United States navigatingthe
is hereby-, revived and re-enacted; and every such owners rivers northern For the usual additional compensation to the reporters Fur the incidental and contingent EXJ:e *es iif 1A* De-

t beast of burden, carriage, or vehicle, together with the northeastern western and and northwestern the waters frontiers on the of the United, of the Senate for the Congressional Globe for re- partment nf"tatt'-For publishing the laws In pamphlet

:, teams or other motive power, and all the appurtenances porting the proceedings of the Senate for the first regular form and in newspapers of the states and territories
States otherwise than and in district
(; used in conveying such goods, wares, or merchandise by sea, being a sossion of the thirty-ninth congress, eight hun- and in the city of Washington, seventeen thousand
other than that to which such vessel shall
!shall be subject to seizure and forfeiture in belong, to procure dred dollars each four thousand dollars. one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

like manner as is by law now provided in regard to her enrolment and license, or license, or renewal For clerks to committees, pages; horses, and carry- :For proof-reading and packing the laws and documents

silch goods, wares, and merchandise; and all fines, thereof, the same proceedings may be had in the dis- alls, eighteen thousand dollars. for the various legations and consulates, including
trict in which said vessel then shall be
penalties, and forfeitures recovered under this act, ort as are now, or For capitol police nineteen thousand one hand red boxes and transportation of the same, three thousand -
shall then be law for such i :
: in consequence of such seizures, shall bo disposed of required by on application : and seventy dollars- five hundred dollars. ,

as is provided in other cases by the ninety-first section I enrolment and license, or license, or renewal thereof, For expenses of heating and ventilating apparatus, For stationery, blank books, binding, furniture, fixtures
the be in the district to which such
: of the act entitled "An act to regulate the collectionof as case may vessel sixteen thousand dollars. and repairs, five thousand dollars. :

i duties on imports and tonnage. approved March I I may belong, excepting the giving of bond aud the For miscellaneous items, thirty thousand dollars. For miscellaneous items, two thousand five hundred
enrolment and issuance of license and tho officer be-
: second seventeen hundred and ninety-nine; and the ; For compensation and mileage ot members of the dollars. ;
fore whom such shall be had shall
f last proviso of said ninety-first section is hereby re- proceedings certifythe House of Representatives and delagatcs from territories For copper plato printing, books and maps, fire
same to the collector of the district to which such
pealed. I three hundred thousand dollars.
thousand dollars. ,
vessel shall who shall the said
SEC 2. And le'it lI12'17t(1enactCLf, That the power belong, thereupon, on For compensation of officers, clerks messengers, and For extraclerk-hire and copying, ten thousand dollars

and authority given'to collectors, naval officers, and ,owner or owners giving;: bond as required in other others receiving an an annual salary in the service of For compensation of fear watchmen and two laborers
enrol the said vessel and
surveyors by the sixty,eighth section of the said last cases the duly form if tho had issue license in the House of Representatives' viz : clerk of tho House of the northeast executive building, four thousand
same as application been
I mentioned act be, and the same are hereby, extended, originally of Representatives, three thousand six hundred dollars; three hundred and twenty dollars.
1 I made in his office and either deliver the said licenseto :
f to inspectors of the customs; and any officer or person said ; forward chief clerk and one assistant clerk, at two thousand one For contingent expenses of said building, viz : for
owner or owners, or it by mail to the
: entitled to or interested in n part or share of fine hundred and sixty dollars each eleven clerks, at
't any officer who certified to him tho ; fuel], light, repairs, and miscellaneous expenses, five
preliminary proceedings
1 penalty, or forfeiture incurred under this or another one thousand eight hundred dollars each ; principal thousand five hundred dollars. '
and who shall in such deliver :
law of the United States, may be examined as a wit- case, the said messenger in the office, at four dollars and. eighty For the payment of the first annual instalment of the
license the
to owner or owners or master of the vessel
l ness in any of the proceedings for the recovery of such Provided That this act shall not be construed : cents per day, one thousand seven hundred and fifty- proportion contributed by the United States toward the-

fine, penalty, or forfeiture by either of the parties in to change existing laws so as two dollars ; three messengers at ono thousand two capitalization of the Scheldt tines,- to fulfill the stipulations -

tI f thereto, and such examination: shall not deprive such fur any it respect enable such owners ,to excepting in so hundred dollars each ; messenger to the speaker, at contained in the fourth article of the convention
as enrolment
t,. witness of his or her share or interest in such fine penalty license, or renewal thereof, without procure returning their or four dollars and Eighty cents per day, one thousandseven between the United States and Belgium, of the twintMh : -.
rt or torfeittire.hjtc. hundred and fifty two dollars clerk to the com-
; of May eighteen hundred and sixtyrthree the
vessels to their home ports or districts. ,
it' J 3. Arid le further enacted, That in caso any Approved February 28, lEG5 mittee of ways and means, two thousand one hundredand sum of fifty-five thousamd five hundred and eignty-four

) tore, warehouse or other building shall be upon or sixty dollars ; clerk to the committee of claims, dollars, in coin, and such further sum as may be necessary -'

4f j near the boundary line between the United States and CHAPTER xxv. one thousand eight hundred dollars ; clerk to committee to carry on the stipulation of the convention providing

, any foreign country, and there is reason to believe An Act to amend an Act entitled "Au to regulate the on public lands, one thousand eight hundred dol. : for the payment of interest on tho said sum and
that dutiable goods are deposited or have been placed lars ; sergeant-at-arms two thousand one bundled and the of the
Admeasurement of Tonnage of Ships and Vessels of on portion principal remaining unpaid.
i, therein or carried through or into the same without sixty-dollars ; clerk to the sergeant at arms! one thousand 'tmtnt. For the
the United States : sixth Treasury Vepai compensation pf Secretary -
payment of duties, and in violation of law, and the hundred and sixty, four.approved May eighteen two hundred dollars ; messenger to the seargeant I of the T1'pa"ur .. two assistant secretaries of the-

collector, deputy collector, natal officer, or I at thousand two hundred dollars postmaster,
surveyor arms one ; chief clerk architect: and
,., lie it enadelby the & at-" and Hvwc of Representatives treasury, supervising assistant -
., ot customs, shall make oath before any magistrate competent two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; assistant architect clerks assistant
. fifths United State fir America in Gmijrexsasxpmblei messengers, messengerand ;
to administer the same, that: he has reason: to postmaster one thousand seven hundred and forty dollars laborers hundred and
That the act entitled "An act to regulate the admeas I one eighteen thousand nine
; belive, and dues believe, that such offence has been ; four messengers at one thousand four hundred and hundred and dollars.
urement of of and vessels twenty
tonnage ships of the United
therein committed, such officer shall have the right to forty dollars each two mail-boysat nine hundred dollars
; For of the first
States, approved lajsixtn, eighteen; hundred and compensation comptroller;chief clerk,
jfean-h such building and the premises belousingtherc-; sixty-four, shall be so construed that no part of each ; capitol police, nineteen thousand one hundred and the clerks, messenger, and laborers in. his office,
"o ; and if anysuch goods shall be found therein, the any and seventy dollars ; doorkeeper two thousand one thousand
': hundred and
ship or vessels s:.all be admeasured for forty-three seven forty dollars.
or registered
: same, together with such building, shall be seized, foileited hundred and sixty dollars ; superintendent of the fold- For compensation of the second
tonnage that is used for cabins!' or state-rooms and comptroller, chief
and disposed of according law, and the said ing room, one thousand eight hundred dollars two
; clerk and the
constructed entirely above the first deck which is nota clerks messenger, assistant!': messenger,
i building shall be forthwith taken down or removed messengers, at one thousand seven hundred and fifty- and laborer in his office
deck to to the hull. including three,clerks of class
And any person or persons who shall have received or two dollars each ; one messenger, at one thousand I I I
i f Approved, February 28, 1865. four, three clerks of class three, three clerks of class
deposited in such building carried the hundred and dollars five at ''
i I : through same seven forty ; messengers, two, three clerks of class one, twelve clerks at an
1 : any goods, as aforesaid, or shall have aided therein, in one thousand two hundred dollars each ; six messen- : annual of
CH.-\J> salary seven hundred and twenty f I Ii ;; violation of law, shall, upon due conviction before any fEE LXXI. gers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; twelve and
t An Act concerning the Collection District of Salem: and one laborer at an annual salary of seven hundredand
court of competent jurisdiction, be punished by fine messengers, to be employed during the session of Congress twentdollars
Beverly, in Massachusetts. are hereby authorized: to be
I,1.r not exceeding ten thousand dollais, or by imprisonment at the rate of one thousand. two hundred dollars
Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives appointed, one hundred and thirty-fouj thousand
1 .' not exceeding tw.o years, or by both such fine of the United States of America in Congress assembled -- each per annum ; chaplain to the House of Representatives nine hundred and twenty dollars. .
i and imprisonment. seven hundred and fifty dollars
; That the office of naval officer for ; making one For compensation of the first auditor chief clerk
the district ,
i ,
; SEC. 4. And be further enacted, That the'first sec hundred and nine thousand four hundred and twenty-
tion of the act of April second eighteen hundred and of Salem and Beverly, in the State of Massachusetts eight dollars. and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, and
f be, and the same is hereby, abolished.Sic. laborer in his office, forty-eight thousand three hundredand
4" forty-four, entitled "An act directing the disposition of For contingent expenses of the House of Representatives .
2. And be it further sixty dollars.
e' That the officeof
certain unclaimed goods, wares, or merchandise, seized viz :
for said district For compensation of the second auditor : chief clerk
to reside at
surveyor ,
: Beverly"be;
for being;: illegally imported into the United States, be :For cartage, two thousand dollars.'
and the same is hereby, abolished. and the clerks, messenger assistant and
j' M> amended that in place of the word "one," wherever For twenty-tour copies of the Congressional Globe in'liis messengers
SKC. 3. And be it further laborers office three
enacted including of class
: the >
E the same may be found in said section, the word "five'' salaryof and Appendix for each member and delegate of the first clerks
surveyor of said district shall hereafter be four hun- four, twenty clerks of class three, forty clerks of class
shall be inserted.Approved regular session of tho thirty-ninth congressa nel one hundred -
dred dollars two, of class assistant
seventy one one at
February 23, 1865.l copies of the same for the House library, twenty-
t Approved 28 1t3G5. eight hundred and forty dollars
February nine thousand four hundred dollars. per annum and three
laborers at seven hundred and
r CHAPTER'LXVIII. For the compensation of clerks to committees, and twenty per an-

i An Act making Appropriations for the Construction, CHAPTER ixxii. temporary clerks in the office of the clerk of the Houseof num, each, who are hereby authorized to be appointed,,
An Act granting to Michigan Harbor five hundred and eighteen thousand
City Company seven, hundred
j Preservation, and Repairs of certain Fortificationsand Representatives, eighteen thousand five hundredand
the Use of Government Piers in said Har- and twenty dollars. *
other Works of Defence, for the Year ending the seventy-six dollars.
\ bor for the of For of third
purl'ose protectingsaid compensation auditor, chief clerk, and
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. For paying the publishers of the Congressional Globe

\ Be it enacted by the Senate and house of Representatives 1 Harbor. and Appendix, according to the number of copies taken, the clerks, messengers, assistant messenger, and la
Be it macitllJY the Senate and 11 use of borers in his office, including five clerks of class
Ilrprtvrntatireffif four.
,,f the United States of America in Congress assemble'1 one cent for every five pages exceeding three thousand,
the United M <
clerks of class
assembled, thirty two
t That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appropriated including the indexes and the laws of the United }
That there is hereby granted to tho and fifty clerks of class
Michigan one who authorized
are hereby
City ,
t out of any money in the treasury not otherwise States, ten thousand nine hundred dollars
Harbor Company, at Iichigan- City, in the State of Indiana to bo appointed, three hundred and; eighty-four
appropriated, for the construction, preservation, For one complete set of the Congressional Globe and '
the privilege of using the foundations of the old thousand two hundred and dollars.
I' and repairs of certain fortifications and other works of Appendix for each representative and delegate in the eighty
government piers now in said harbor, for tho purposeof first session of the thirty-ninth: congress, who has not For compensation of the fourth auditor: chief clerk,

f eighteen improving and protecting the said harbor, and no already received the same enty-three thousand dol- and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger

t For Fort Wayne, near Detroit, :Michigan expenses made by the said harbor company for this and laborer iu his office, one Iran:Jred and ten thous-
r I live thousand dollars. purpose shall be considered a charge against the government. lars.For folding;: documents including materials, thirty and nine undredand sixty dollars.
i For repairs of Foit Niagara, near Youngstown New thousand dollars. compensation of the filth auditor, chief clerk}
1 York, twenty-five thousand: dollars. SEC. 2. .tmI be further enacted, Thai :Michigan: City, For iucl and lights, pay of engineers, firemen, and and the clerks, messenger, and laborer in his office.
in the State Indiana is
\ For Fort Ontario, Oswego, New York, fifty thousand : hereby constituted a port of laborers repairs, and materials, fifteen thousand:: dollars forty-eight thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.
t dollars. delivery, subject to the same regulations! and restrictions k For compensation of the auditor of the treasury forthe

I For; Fort Montgomery, at outlet of Lake Champlain, as other ports of delivery of the United: Spates, For furniture* repairs, an )acking-boxcs for members : FostofliceD en_ artrlent and the clerks, messenger,

I t New York, fifty thousand dollars. and the said port of delivtiy ]hereby annexed to, and ten thousand dollars. iistaut messenger, and laborers in his office, one

f For Fort Knox at narrows of Penobscot River, State made of part Illinois.of, the And collection there shall district be of Chicago, in tho For horses, carriages, and. saddle-horses, nine thous- hundred dollars.and ninety-three thousand one :hunlredand
appointed sixty ,
a surveyor -
:Maine, seventy-five dollars. : and dollars.
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f Fort Kennebec of the customs: to reside at said port, who 8hn11ref'ch'o For compensation of the treasurer of tho United!
? For Popham, River, Maine, seventy- For laborers, eight thousand four hundred dollars.
five thousand dolbl's.i an annual compensation: of three hundred and For miscellaneous items, thirty thousand dollars. States, assistant treasurer, cashier, assistant cashier,

i For Fort Treble, Portland, Maine, seventy-five fifty dollars per annum. For newspapers one thousand dollars. chiefs of division, bookkeeper,, tellers,assistant tellers,,

thousand dollars. Approved, Febiuary. 28, 1865.CHAPTER For pages and temporary mail-boys., ten thousandand chief clerk and the clerks, messenger, assistant messengers -

; For Fort Scammel, Portland. Maine, fifty thousand ----- eightydollars.. : : and laborers in his office, one :hundred and-

dollars. i.xxw. For sixty-nine thousand three hundred and eighty dollars.
reporting and publishing proceedings in the
An Act
For Fort Georges, on Hog Island; Ledge, Portland, making Appropriations for the legislative, executive Daily Globe, at seven dollars and fifty cents per column For compensation ofthe register ot tire, treasury, as-

Maine, seventy-five thousand dollars. and judicial Expenses of the (lovcrnmeut twenty thousand dollars. sistant register, chief clerk, and tho clerks, messengers -
For Fort Constitution, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, fur the yc-ar ending June thirtieth, For stationery twelve thousand dollars. assistant messenger, and laborers in his office,.

t twenty-five thousand dollars. eighteen and hundred and sixty-six, For tho usual additional compensation to the repor- ninety-one thousand five hundred and twenty dollars.

For Fort McClary. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, additional Appropriations ters of the House for tho Congressional Globe, for re- :For compensation: of the solicitor of the treasury.

fifty thousand dollars. for the current fiscal Year. porting the proceedings of the House for the first chief clerk, and the clerks and messenger:in his office,
Jlr it enacted the regu-
For Fort Winthrop, Boston, Massachusetts\ ten Unit&l b/ Senate and Ifiue f Jlepresentativesoftfie session of the thirty-ninth congress, eight hundred eighteen thousand five hundred dollars. *
thousand dollars. .Stores rf America in: G/V/rw assembled For compensation of the ,
1 dollars each, four thousand eight hundred dollars. commissioner of customs,
., For Fort Independence, Boston, Massachusetts\ five That appropriated the following sums bo, and the same are hereby, For completing the tiling of the floor of the old hall chief clerk and the clerks, messenger, and laborer in

; ,thousand dollars. otherwise out of anmoney in tho treasury not of representatives, under the same authority that the his office forty thousand nine hundred and twenty dol-
For Fort Warren Boston Massachusetts ten appropriated, for tho'objects hereinafter ex- work has : lars.!' ;
thousand for already been done, three thousand eight hun.
dollars. pressed, the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, dred and seventy-five dollars. For compensation of the chief clerk, clerks, messen-

For sea-wall of Great Brewster's Island, Boston har- eighteen LtJli'Iatue-For hundred and sixty-six, namely : Public 1'1'inin1.-x'or compensation of tho ,superintendent ger, and laborer of light-house board nine thousand

Massachusetts, twenty thousand dollars. tors, two hundred compensation and mileage of sena- of the public printing, and the clerks and messenger five hundred and twenty dollars. :

For repair of sea-walls on Deer and on LovelPs Islands dred and thirty dollars.and forty-seven thousand four hun in his office, nine thousand seven hundred and For compensation of the comptroller of:the currency.deputy .

Boston harbor Massachusetts, three thousand For fourteen dollars. comptroller, clerks, messenger, and laborer,
compensation of the
dollars. and others officers clerks! messengers, For contingent expenses of his office, viz : For sixty-four thousand nine hundred,and forty dollars.MRS. .
For : forts at New Bedford receiving an annual salary in the service of ,
permanent harbor Massachusetts \ the Senate viz stationery,'postage, advertising, furniture, travelling
,. : secretary of the
thousand dollars. thiee thousand
fifty -
horses and
miscellaneous items
expenses wagons,
"I For Fort Adams, Newport, Rhode Island, fifty thousand bursements six hundred dollars ; officers charged with dig,, two thoasand dollars. E. 'HUDNABL: IS NOW' PREPAR-

.. dollars. dollars chief of the Senate, four hundred and eighty For addition to the public-printing-office and the to accommodate transient and! permanent

\_ For Fort Hale, N.ew Haven, Connecticut, fifty .thousand lars principal; clerk clerk, two thousand five hundred dol- necessary presses, machinery, and fixtures,. sixty-one Boarders, at reasonable rates. Her Table will be sup-
; and
'-j," dollars. the office of the principal executive clerk in thousand dollars ; so much thereof to bo expended tinder plied with the best the market affords. : Rooms large

f For Fort Schuyler East River:, New York, twenty- and one hundred secretary of tho Senate at two thous thp direction of the Secretary of the Interior as and airy. ;w '

five thousand dollars. J" in office ot the and sixty dollars each; eight clerks may be necessary for the erection of said addition.For Jacksonville Fla, May 20. 1865. 3t.

For fort at Willet's Point, opposite Fort Schuyler eight hundred secretary of the Senate, at one thousand the public printing, three' hundred and thirty- .,

New York, fifty thousand dollars. ) and fifty dollars each ; keeper of the nine thousand four hundred and sixty-five dollars and

mx, x 'For repairs of'Fort Hamilton New York, tweuty- stationery dollars :, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two fifty cents:: III I>DEM, 3IURBOCK,

r five thousand dollars. ; two messengers, at one thousand and eighty For for the public six I' .
1 r paper printing hundred and '
For fort on site of Fort Tompkins Staten Island dollars each ; one page, at five hundred dollars : ,ser- twenty-nine thousand and forty dollars. (Agents for Israel ;R. SealWHOLESALE i.) $

n z) w New York' fifty thousand dollars. assistant geant-at-arms and door keeper, two thousand dollars I 'For the public binding, three hundred and seventy- '

n +; For fort at Sandy Hook, New Jersey, fifty thousand dollars doorkeeper, one thousand seven hundred three thousand seven hundred and ten dollars and DEALERS IN
; postmaster to the
dollars. Senate qne thousand seven twenty-four cents.

for repairs of Fort Mifflin,, near Philadelphia, twenty mail-carrier hundred and fifty dollars ; assistant postmaster and For mapping in cases pending in'the supreme court ALES, AND 'VINES, ,

4 'tf thousand dollars.Forrepalrs one thousand four huudred and forty dollar of the United States, five thousand dollars. t ;

of Fort Washington. on Potomac .River superintendent; two cmil-boys, at one thousand dollars each; For lithographing and engraving for the Senate and .Imported and 'Domestic Liqu0r5of

twenty.five thousand do llari. five hundred of the document room, one thousand House of Representatives, ,seventy;; five thousand dollars s' ,
dollars ; two assistants In document all Kinds and Qual.ltJ .
For Fort Monroe, Hampton Roads, Virginia, twenty- \ .
room at
one thousand
five thousand'dollars. of the two hundred dollars, each; superintendent Library'cf Congress.. -For compensation of librarian No. ,5, Merchants Row, Hilton; Head, S, C.:

.. For Fort Clinch,'Florida fifty thousand dollars; hundred dollars folding-room,' one thousand five three assis librarians, messenger, and laborers, ten

For Fort Taylor ,Key west, Florida. -, two hundred. doorkeepers at ;one two thousand messengers'ftve acting' ;as assistant thousand eight hundred dollars. June 1 ,1865. tf.: ': t'

thousand dollars. seventeen hundred- each For contingent expenses oi said library two :thous- .
For Fort Jefferson .Garden Key messengers;atone thousand two hundred and dollars' r r
Florida one hun < ? i "
dollars : LIME
,;j! dred thousand dollars. '" '. Senate each ; clerk'or secretary to the president of the For purchase of books'for t said libr'arlr eight,''thous LIME, LIME, ; LIME;
one '
r: For fort on Ship Island, coast of Mississippi, fifty dollars ; clerk thousand to the seven hundred and fifty-two and dollars. r' \\t Sale,,tn'q'uantitle's. to. suit p'urdnaseiWbV' ?' *

Y,f'.,'.' thousand dollars. and eight hundred committee on finance one thous- For purchase of law books for said library, two'thousand "f" HJ T. MOT.

'p, ., ". '. and fifty dollars ,; clerk to the com- dollars. :, Fernandina Fla., April 20, 1865.w" .
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