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 29, 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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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE, PLOBIB., SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1835. so.:;;:':..'" ::

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THE FLORIDA UNION I other tiiitn such control as may lawfully ri From he N. Y. Herald, July 14. J. J. Byrne, tailor, No. 16. ... . .I". .400
PUJIMSHKI* EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY suit from indenture, the relation 01 pare: Destructive u. ;yew York. Dick fc; Fitzgerald, p jbl shers . ..12,D00 -
IS and child, guardian and ward, and the coi Our city was visited yesterday by two very .
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J. K. STICKNEY.- tract oflCing freely and lai ly made ; an destructive fires:, one of which, from the noted Reported losses in Ann street u$46.900
TERMS : that for a breach of duty, on th "' part of an locality-of its occurrence, created great excitement. TOTALS. <. ', ,1 t
Two Dollars per Annum in Advance.jfo one standing these relations, the military a'thority : It broke out at about half-past '
Subscriptions taken for loss than Three months. will administer in Broadway losses; . . .' :. .$517,500
a summary ma: twelve o'clock in the afternoon in abasement
Single ropes; five cents.ADVKHTISINCJ. ner, adequate and proper) relief under tl storage room adjoining another room in which Fulton street los:>cs: . . .:. . .m 40OOO, "
i : laws of the land. '- Ann street losses . .'. . 46,900
t' there was a steam borer, under the rear ofBarmun's .
8q nro of T>n Vonpariel Lines, ort ..
1 Two per 3rd. That all riotous or tumultuous asseil] Museum, on 1nn- treet and ": -
t, ownpylns! the Kime. Apaefnr first insertion : One blages of the people and'also all swept Grand Total . . . . .$604,400
dollar VorVach subsequent insertion. as: emblagl upward rapidly through that famous establishment .
A liberal deduction made to permanent advertisers for unlawful purposes and unlawful objectwill and extended thence along Ann-
, be dispersed and to this end if President JoliiiHon on Negro Suffrage. ,
.1013 PRl N T'INy} ; nece street to Broadway and towards Nassau-
sary, the military'power of the United Stag. street and through the block to Fultonstreet.The Washington correspondent of the Boston I
; In t'Tl'rytvle. ,-neatly--and-promptly- executed. will be invoked. progress of the flames was very rapid Advertiser reports President Johnson's .
-- 4th. That the idea of any such i is cute and soon all that was left of the world re- remarks to the South Carolina delegationon
[From the Milledjrevile Recorder [Extra,] 14th.] tained, that private property will be distri nowned Museum was a heap! of blackened the question of negro suffrage as; follows.;. Y
RESTORATION. uted or parcelled out is not only delusive bi and smouldering ruins, and ultimately,before While this rebellion! has emancipated a"great t
dangerous and mischievous. ; and if any n: mastery of the devouring element had: been many negroes, it has emancipated still more

l'I'O(lnnlf\t1on by Jns. Johnson, ProviHioual tempt should be made by any person or pe gainedby] the firemen: clean sweep was white men. The negro in South Carolina .''-,. ,'
.Governor of Georgia.To sons to effect such an object by violence < made of all the buildings on Broadway between that belonged to a man who owned from ono
unlawful means, it will only secure to hi: Ann and Fulton"streets;! along Ann !, to five hundred slaves, thought himself better s t
the People of Georgia or them speedy and merited punishment. street as far as and including No 12, and than th e white man who owned none. He .
Whereas by the Proclamation of Andrew 5th. To the end that the people may qua. along Fulton street to No. 155. Other houses felt himself the white man's superior. I know 1
.JohnsnnPresident' of the United States, dated ify themselves as voters, it will doubtless 1 i were considerably d lmag d. Altogether the position of the poor' white man at the t
17th June, A. D., 1865, I have the pleasure of the commissioned officers ; eighteen buildings were destroyed, and others South, and how the poor toil for subsistence. i
been appointed Provisional Governor of the the service of the United States, to have tl received considerable damages.At You cannot deny how he was in your eyes
State of Georgia, with instructions to prescribe oath of amnesty administered under the nil. one time during the fire the Herald of less value than the negro. Som. here in
nt the earliest practicable period, such and regulations prescribed by the Secretui: Building, and in fact the entire block embraced the North think they can control and exercise -
'-.: rule? and regulations as may be necessary, of State of the United States ; and in th by Broadway, Ann, Fulton and Nassau greater influence over the negro than
and proper, for convening a Convention of work, I most earnestly desire and solicit tl :: streets, was in imminent danger. The you can, though his future must depend, materially -
the people composed of delegates to be chosen cheerful co-operation of the 1 people, so tin Herald Office special fire department had I upon you. Let us speak plainly on
" bv that portion of the people who are loyal Georgia may speedily be delivered of milit much to do in stopping the progress of the. this subject. I, too, am a Southern man: ; l
tot the United States, and no others: and also ry rule; that she may once again iTgula flames, and, in connection with the city Fire have owned slaves,bought slaves, but never '
with all the powers necessary: and proper to her own domestics affairs, again enjoy tl Department, was the means of saving much sold one. You and I understand this better.
f enable such loyal people of said State to restore blessings of civil government, and be heap valuable property. That ancient edifice, We know our friends are mistaken, and 1
I,, it to the constitutional relations to the and felt by her Senators and Representativ St. Paul's church, on Broadway, opposite tell you that I don't want you to have the
Federal Government., and to present such a in the councils of the nation. Barnum's Museum, was: also at one time seriously control of these negro votes against the vote
republican form of State Government as will Done at Milledgcville, the Capitol of t1] threatened; but it also was saved. of this poor white man. I repeat,our fricnd')
entitle the State to the guarantee of the U. State, on this, the 13th day of July, in t] Some few of the Museum curiosities were rescued }here are mistaken, as you and I know,.as to
Suites: therefor, and its people to the protection year of our Lord, 1865; and the eighty-nin ; but by far the greater part of this rare where the control of that negro vote would
ot the United States against invasion in- year of American independence. i I and valuable collection, together with the fall, when they come to talk about the elective
surrection and domestic violence. JAS. JOHNSON, other property in the establishment, was in avery franchise. I say, let each:State judge ,for it- .
Now therefore, I, James Johnson, Provisional Provisional Governor of Georgia.By short time swept out of existence. : lr. self.: I am for free government-for emancipation -
Governor of the State of Georgia, as the Governor: 1 Barnum's loss on stock is estimated at three and am for emancipating the white 1
:aforesaid, do by virtue of the power in me L. H. Briscoe, Secretary. hundred thousand. dollars, on which, it is.5aidhe man as w ell as the black man. '
vested as aforesaid, proclaim and declare1st. had an insurance of only sixty thousand ..-- -
That an election for delegates to a Convention I dollars. The loss on the building,which Who are Entitled to Vote in Tir tt init..

will be held on the first Wednesday The Work of Confiscation begun lu,lUeimotad. did,nit belong to )[r. Barnum, is forty thousand -: Thomas R Bowden, Attorney General of
in October. A..D. T865, at the different precincts V i dollars. It was insured. Virginia, gives it as his opinion that there IJ
( ,at which elections are directed and l i The entire losses on buildings and stocks are two classes of voters, and their voter-
J authorized by law to he held for members of The Richmond correspondent of the Ne u>y this fire foot up} about one million and a should be received by the Commissioners : f fr
't 1 the Legislature. York Herald, under date of July 10th, give'Sqaartcr: ; of dollars. During its progress se- 1st. All persons in other ectsqualified,
iM. That.tUe thirty-seven counties in the the following account of the operation of tli Feral persons received injuries, and there are I (i. e.) white citizens over the age of twenty-
: State, whicfi by law in force prior to the first confiscation agents in Richmond : rumors, though it cannot be ascertained to one, and resident in the county or town in
of January, 1861, were entitled to two memt A Confiscation Department has been duly L certainty, that some few lives were lost.- which they offer to vote six months proceeding -
'f t| hers of the House of Representatives, shall inaugurated in this city under the auspices of!|t is supposed that the origin of the fire was the election, unless they have held offices .
be authorized and entitled to elect each three Judge Underwood,with his son as one of the cei entu1. civil or diplomatic, under the so-called
delegates ; and that the remaining counties chief officers. The preliminaries in the The other extensive fire occurred in West Confederate Government, or otherwise em-
shall each be authorized and entitled to elect work of confiscation were commenced to-Forty-fburth-strect, between Eighth and braced in the first twelve exceptions and the
two delegates to said Convention. day by the seizures of the Tredegar Works, ninth avenues, originating in No. 317, a cofe fourteenth exception to President Johnson'
3d.: That no person at such election shall the property of General Joseph R. Anderson, extract manufactory; in what manner was Amnesty Proclamation.
!: be qualified as an elector, or shall be eligibleas i and the service of notices upon the tenantry Sot ascertained. Nine buildings were burned, 2d. Persons who have held civil office un-
a member of such Convention, unless he I of other citizens of wealth to pay no more venal of which were compactly inhabitednement der the so-called Confederate Government
han have previously thereto taken and sub rent to the parties from whom they rented houses, and seventy-five familiesere who arc otherwise embraced in the said exceptions "
scribed to the oath of Amnesty, as set forthin the property. Among these citizens I have thus for the time rendered houseless.he .- to President Johnson's Amnesty
the President's i Proclamation of May 29th, heard mentioned the names ofJoseph II. and I loss is estimated at about fifty thousand Proclamation, may,nevertheless, vote, if they
Wm. G. Crenshaw James II. Grant, Win. C. llars. have been specially pardoned by the Presi
. A. D.. 1865, and is a voter qualified as prescribed -i I ,
by the Constitution and laws of the Allen, the Haxalls, former proprietors of the THE LOSSES. dent.
State Georgia, in force immediately before celebrated Haxall flour mills, and many oth- According to the following calculation, it -
wealthiest citizens of Richmond.The .- ould that the entire loss will not YELLOW FEVER REPORTED AT WILMINGTON -
the 19th of January, A. D., 1861, the date of ers of the appear l
the so-called Ordinance of Secession. confiscation agents were engaged all day nount to over $600,000. These figures are N. C.-A correspondent: of the Philadelphia -
4th. That any two freeholders qualified to taking descriptions of the property liable to adeout setting down the value of the Mu- Inquirer writes from :Fortress Monroe -

vote at such election as aforesaid, may act as confiscation and giving notices staying the urn curiosities at $300,000 : :
of the election, at each of the precincts -I payment of rents to the reputed owners. The strictest quarantine regulations are bring -
managers BROADWAY.iifieum
doubt exists that the yellow .
aforesaid and that in managingand This! movement was apprehended since failure enforced, as no
as ;such election shallbe of the deputation from this city to in- curiosities. . . . .$300,000 fever f has broken out in Wilmington I
superintending and under, they the laws duce the President to modify the thirteenth uscum building . . .... . .40,000 C. That city has been in a most filthy condition t
governed by proceed Knox hatter No. 213 . 80,000 fever of a malignant.
and the clause of his} Amnesty Proclamation, which harles and typhus very '1
of the State regulating prescribing from pardon persons worth over uihling No. 212 . . . .15,000 nature, has been raging there for some f
the excepts
of priorto
election of members ,
No. 214. . .15,000 introduced by
thousand dollars. It was supposedat ogers' Sons, cloth ers, months past. This fever was
Provided That
the first of January, before 1861 : the twenty first that this clause had reference only to T. Reeves,billiards. . . . 10,000Live our wretched released prisoners, last March. x
each of said managers, entering on who hold commissions in the rebel and Let Live" saloon . . 5,000 .. ..
duties prescribed, shall; swear the and other make truly parties above the rank of Colonel, or a corresponding uildinpr 1 ] No. 214. . . . . .15,000 Gen. Warren is in Washington, without 'l ,
'faithfnllv to superintend law aforesaid return army rank in the navy. Now, however, W.White, hatter, No. 216 . ...10,000 command, and sorely exercised about the allegations V
of said (election: according to as that all filliam Van Name, restaurant... . 8,000 advanced against him in Genera! '
this Proclamation. the opinion seems to prevail personsin a
i and the reqireinents i of not known to have been uilding No. 216 ... : . . .15,000arsh Sheridan report. lie will probably demand -
shall be elected the confederacy
. :MIL That the delegates who United States government are Bros, truss store . . . .4,500 a court-martial.
as afore aid, shall assemble in conventionat loyal to the : .. -

the city of :Vaieridan _.___.(u,,..,(_ville.- _n -, at 12 o'clock subject to this to concur decree in the of idea confiscation.that the Allseem agrarian -i, Reported losses in Broadway ..$513,500 To a Confederate chaplain who complained ,
the 4th Wednesday of October now I horse Gen. Sherman -
on I I at the theft of his ,
be enforced and that a
policy is to FULTON STREET.
.\. D., 1865. wrote : "I approach a question involv-
And whereas, the rebellion which has been sweeping system of confiscation, which will filletts & Skidmore, furnishing store, title to 'horse' with deference for law;

waged by a position of the people against the embrace all parties owning over twenty K o. 155 . . . . . ,$3,000 of ing a That mysterious code, of which w"* -
government of the United States has, in its thousand dollars worth of property, has been r. Wortendyke,porter house,No. 153..1,000icrwood talk much, but know so little, is remarka- ?
revolutionary progress, deprived the peopleof fully and finally determined upon with a & Metzinger, hat store, No. silent on the 'horse. He is a beast siptempting
the State of all civil government ; and view to the payment of the Northern war 151; .3,000: bly to the soldier, to him of the wild:
whereas they must remain without civil ofljcers debt, or as much of it as possible. lm Duane, liquor store, No. 149..3,000 the fancy artilleryor the patient infantry .; V 1 .f
and the administration of civil law untila The confiscation list, as I understand, embraces in Bassford, Jr., billiard saloon. . .8,000cams cavalry that, I find more difficulty in recover- .
Stale government; shall have been organizedby among $ series of other buildings &Beale, tationery storeNo. 147..2,000 ,worthless, spavined beast, than paying ?
the convention called as aforesaid; and this city, |the Spottswood Hotel, the proper joss on buildings, &c. . . . ....20,000 ing million a of'greenbacks1 so that I fear I must,
the United States a ;
whereas it is!; necessary in the meantime, that tv of Joseph II. Crenshaw; reduce claim to one of finance, and rc-
domestic trauquility be ensured, and that the Hotel, the property in part: of the Cabell of} I} Reported losses in Fulton street......$40,0 fer your to the great board of claims in Washington -

loyal people he protected; in all their rights family; the Exchange Hotel, the property Charles j, ANN STREET. you, that may reach your case by the time t.
brokers the St. I
off person and property, 1 do further proclaim Lancaster Hotel, which& was, used as; a hospital for a E. Nolan, saloon, under Museum.... $5,000 I your grandchild becomes a great 'ancdfatl-:

and declare.1st. the rebel government, owned by u r. Irwin's shoe store. . . . 2,000 er." -
virtue of his time ,by .4I
That individual
no wealthy finn in this city; several houses, theproperty ms. F. Tank, optical instruments .3,000 of war released from +
corporeal punishment the
own authority, shall inflict real supposed I of Mr. Wm. C. Allen, a citizen of R. Surbrug,cigars . .'. . . 1,500 Among barracks prisoners the other day, was on>
on any person for any or wealth and( a large number of other V. Groot,restaurant,No. 8 . . .2,500bncs Rock Island office and sen
relates to large to the telegraph.
injur3 whether such person who went
injury to & Kenwood shoe store Nos 10
I will endeavor ,
which advance
of in ,
list 5.ta
. or property,mid that in all such cases, redress houses, a next mail. 1 and 12. . 'J. . . . ...10,000 a despatch, at a cost of| z paid to remit the '..
must be sought from and given by such send you by C. Robinson ... ,. 1,000 to Jeff. Davis requesting !
excitement lithographer.
of considerable service
is in state months'
bo invested\ with The city a I due him for eighteen
military authority: 'may in consequence of this movement, S. Wilde, paper dealer. . . 1,000 amount If the.released rebel: witfor'thut :?
jurisdiction over time cases. and men who lately esteemed themselves L E. Bartow, printer. . ... . .. .1,000juildings in'the'rebel army. he will become* an oW: ,;
and involuntary :
2. That: slavery is extinct, Hence no l worth hundred of thousands, now look f fork Nos. 10 and 12. . . . 6,000 of remittance Rock I ll1\(1.,: j
servitude sUsll\} 1mcontrol no longer'the }:Ibnrit'tttnther person t ward to a future of distress nml poverty.( RCPS, porter honec: No. 14. . .. .1 500; resident Ya

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} PROVISIONAL.*' \ FLORIDA.Ky" GOVERNOR. ; OF The fine steamer Steamer, nqw, on : ; and pardons,twenty still goes

I'' i The appoiiament r of-Judge Marvin, as'Pro- ad ret Florida trip to Palatka line,, le.svea.tbls, Fla., The new and applications fifty. ran were up

.Governor of Florida, bY: 'President. : cered as follows:' .

i t i s : J18 A n, on'the 13th inst., so far as we have t Cat -WWiastnerj: Chief .' t career, :Mr.ot"nearly Cowardin all
rJ satisfaction. Indeed Palmer; li?Assistant, Robt; of the rebel
gives general -
[ate, David D.: Q'Keefe; fJteiy ; ; the
I .have heard but one expression regarding ewton. Y J'I .. President.
and that was universal commendation. The fountain made her tnp NATIONAL REVENUE.

I Marvin is we believe a native of Con om' New York, laden with coal of internal revenue
She was built at a half millions of
lompany. dollars
but was for a period of thirty years od was not o originally f ed in that bureau since July

I ; more, connected with the judiciary of Flo :da travel.-.but 1 is well_'adapted date the expenses of col-
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I : :\. I nnah fferaldr( and the net amounts

t" I, ; I First as one of the Territorial Judges, and I II The "Fountain" arrived here total collectipns' have to
increase is therefore
I as Judge of the District Court lorning, and proceeded on her ] although the net receipts more

the Southern District, holding his Court.ka. Returning left here for '

Key West. The business of the Court. was I Bowing day. LANDS IX THE LATE

f extensive, embracing every variety of I .4 .- T STATES.

practice, and Judge }Marvin's THE: RAao"AND"FUITON" \ decided upon\ in the
I;ossibly that the Arago may not for into
i we are told, were always character- speedy
though we
I I II gain at present, machinery for the
by a rigid impartiality and exact justice I,lake, at least, one more trip. in the late insurgent
I a strict conformity to the law. r ill take the place'hf the Fulton and inquiry upon the

) At all events, his course was such as to II I rip, and may be continued on very freely made to the I
I it anyrate AV'C fear we are soon and receivers
itself to the favorable notice of the I f cekly visits of one or both of
for this work in Ar
f merchants of New York, by whom learners which have become so as this can be done for
was strongly endoifed for lli; present i i ed with the comforts of Port officers will be order-
t louth: 22d ill."'. to their
: posts and
I, .r i sale of lands at such cen
1 \Ve look for his arrival here at an early The rebel Gen. Dick Taylor, meet general conve

ay, when the good work of restoring Flo d: whether the Trans-Mississippi
o be surrendered, quickly ;
: to her normal relations with the Union(urrcnder as soon as possible. : COTTON.

be commenced in earnest. That the;;itting up with a corpse. I sat that the Attorney Gen

11 : speedily come, is the earnest wish intil it was blue and if you an opinion to the
may it will become too 0 I { has not the power to
prayer of all good citizens. nirial.unger" to decide claims for

; To that end Judge :Marvin win receive the -- ----4 cotton captured at Sav-

and cordial support of every loyal Wilmington, &c.,
FROM "r !
seek relief
must the man
(and just now there are no other) in the law in regard to cap-

:.. We clip the following "r property; and also that

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OUR POSTAL, ARKAKGI.UEXY.: Herald : agents must be re-
WASHINGTON, l in the same manner.
Some weeks ago a Special Agent arrived in
State with authority to re-establish post- ,
Being Cabinet day, no other State continues his duties
What has I leconIeof)
and mail routes.
lortance was transacted at the The novel and extrordi
l and what has he done towards: accomHie President is sufficiently I from his face by or

t if) g that 1 purpose V It is now time he"r me his usual hours of labor, and proves to have been
at least have completed his tour of in let:: meeting was a full and and very few traces are
original accident and the
1 ) and have his report forwarded. THE MONllOi: of the baffled assassin,

is no red tape proccrequired: to do At the laying of the corner of a slight swelling on

Officials and agents of other depart Washington city Protestant cheek. Mr. Seward rose
the o1"the
have made the tour of the United llarlnn yesterday: in his Secretary address, said :- himself arid performed
without assistance!
t I since the time this agent was sent here French, not now so friendly to since his accident. Ills

people aie now subjected to a vas! ty: sprung to arms in the )" will beg glad to learn
: of inconvenience. This i is not fcl]I nil nationality we all applauded ; recovered the use of his
hey i attempt to crush feeble :;;
; ', by those lately in rebellion either) pise tttir.} want of generous was fearfully maimed
: from his carriage. For
; men are now engaged in Im*inf'' WIsh it might he the will of God months of suffering Mr.
>:l .ler of )his nrovideme, that this
nctions that require a great deal of cot been engaged in the trans
ot f should be called
: ours upon
(' ; the prompt delivery of letteiyfc I feeble sister r<'!public." This in'ss-a fact which will
: case to rest me
I r''ft''J'0 of vital importance. If Ave are to mi with general applause: from the 1"I duties of his depart

) flute to have incompetent officials sent; dow :-ont. '
t; it i is time for the people to take the ma .. w---------- ,---
The Postmaster General
1 redres has [: Chronicle, Jnly loth.]
in hand. There 1 is a have : Provisional Governors that; the
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--- About the Assassins.
--- will l he lesumed; l ou all the I
The Appointment of Jiifl ;o M.irvln.[ in the South us soon) us they paster of the first Baptist

r i The delay in making ont the =Appointme, > ;tify that th" routes are in a, prI the solemnities of the past
: f "r Judge(! Marvin as Provisional Governor fir that: purple. discourse, specially
Florida, and the publication of the Preside CLOSING OF }.'OUD'R ):

: proclamation in relation to t the matt I The theatre imbroglio more impressed with
:las been delayed] by the impo .hiJit\' of n I her('. Mr. Ford was this this duty than during the
;, jug the date of the secession) of Florid he \\ould} not be allowed to u J he passed with the con-
December, 1<-'60.( Strangely enough, leach lor! t theatrical purposes.) between Thursday
; minorities differ nearly or quite I a week. ;I'lout' ;any future purchase of of riday.i
New York Ihnddi l.Vin.:t.For the government. The theatre : G, was called upon by

the information "whom) it may c( and t he actors ;and ;actresses k )' of War Eckel, who in.
Ford are doing their) best to the cells of the) eke! need
(rrn," A\e publish the following document I return home or leach some pose administering to

which the State of Florida: formally se'e! (1 ment: Mr. Ford appears; in consolations a.. \\ l'rc need

'rom the Union. It will he seen; that tl I Chronicle in a rather the Secietaiv/s carriage' ,
i< '
mil'd him tnithef. On
actors charge; that it is ail'a ) )
take in I
interesting! event did not place; Eckert introduced him to
I. Christian .:ociation:: to ('('
; eember, 1800, but in January, 1801. of the pro}>ertv and t fence Mr. then to the convicts.
I I ,I : rust! that t the commi;: ion of our new G< to them at a lo,,. :Mr.\ Ford's t upon Payi e,worse meal
; to be LC-'\ i is'I h< rn-
: ernor win not be long delayed for want pany; have ready given R \
drep l dollars] to the Lincoln I I name bung : f er the
; I the necessary information on the above poi a Presbyterian rgJmnn
i We. the people of the State: t of Florida] u Hon. D. !). llolloway! who him, and at once ]pro
has filled the omco
t tour
years His father
; !
Convention assembled, do !solemnly onpMbliph ; ; early histoiy.
I sion of Patents his
: resigned: ) The convict had I
and declared; that the State of Fda 1
1 II Like ;,lr. Dole, of the
day. under it'ligious |
_ i hereby withdraws herself from the C- brought up
4J IIa f prelened resigning i to making ot he] wa?: by
f federacy( of States existing under the 11:1111! f : i years: age "
4 :w. the United States of America, and from sue between) the President and ; .ciated toGi.d in bajithni,
the Interior. This makes the
In di
of the chinch.
existing government of said States; and t t
\ in heads of bureaus in that de
: all po'itical: connection between her and : the wishes of his !family lie
few weeks of Mr. Harbin's
C4 government! of s-ud States ought to be 1 For' a time he('ndrav-

___ : the same is hereby totally annulled ;and 1 DISSOLUTION OF THE BOARD religious character, but be
AEI. Union of States dissolved! and the Stat f NATION OF OKFICERS! OF Gilmor. This was his
Florida is hereby declared a cover) ign d Ill'APTMl: 'f. downward. That was t Ibl-

p } independent Nation; and that all ordina.heretofore S The Board for the into:Jtlosby's gang,which

u : adopted. in so far as they er r of the Commissary of next companion was
or recognize said Union are rescinded, d ment of the Secont district '
I ;nil laws or parts of laws in f force( in this S ), dh Bol ved. This i Board has Powell to be a young
i in' so far as they recognize! or assent to t1 since December 5, 18(53(; and mind, ingenuous, trunk,
Union, be and they are hereby repealed.Done sinn has examined upwards of ':: supplicant for Divine

'. { i in open Convention, January 1 t 1, and sixtv officers of the St1h :
)4 1 1861. ment.ff he fiicers were he referred to his niutber

:j --' .-' .-- G. I 11. Woods, Commissary -to his sisters-to the
> 'i=:a We are informed that Mr. Parran 1.10)', and President; Lieutenant : enjoyed l>y him in the!
lli school and the (
Greene and Captain L. C.
an: old and respected citizen of this place \8 ,
ries of Subsistence of
the Collectorshin of 1C of the
been appointed to ficers have been) ordered to stated his conviction
Port of Jacksonville. commuudB. *. The moment he fll'd

...' .... --- Secretary Seward ami hap
JUDGE :MAHVIN APPOINTED of his horse, his mind was
4 E3T There is plenty of timber suitable or KUNOK OK }' realizing fjmse of'Lime honor

) .. making staves and shingles, along the b 1 1a Ex-Judge Marvin was, deed. which ho had perpe

of our rivers, aril it i could. be made\ tp 3 Provisional; Governor of 1 miserable, 1 wretched

,x.t.{ .. \ well. to get them out. ,'Rhipmc1)t.-.lv11. a. pair to'that, State e1Jr. ,y, } Joathsoiw.I !J .

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The doctor here corrected two points the ,. Those who best.know how JP value! friends.:! JNO. 8. SAMMIS & CO. -' J

hailed statement. .It was reported that he ''best know how to get atongwlUIotit.tb ffL ..bznin [omcuu] .-

-wore" .'a jaunty'hat" That hat wa* placed --. _. *_ 1'88 i onJ: ,,;M ernhants fi _; : .Laws of .the. United States. ., -** ff

. his head by the -advice and hands ofSr'o .:MARRIAGE: ?). i ; BAT ST., JACMOKTUUE,..Fu.T l'AeSKD. .. IT. .TH1. 8KCO5D! $-E8SIOS--.. --'<6r-TSC-- --- ,:
hands'were .. .. -< -- -
when Powell's pinionedr5iind' THIRTY.EIGr'1rt CONGRESS.CLLArr.x .
him. Dr. G. suggested the hat on ac- On the 21th Instant, by the ROT. John:$. Swt lm O. JEFFREYS, I

intense heat of the sun Mr. Green Batten, of Charlton Col;, 0eorlllto. 'Mlsi C mmiBsion ML or chant, .&..I Thu. t:
the -
count of Mary,J.'Yawn of the jame place, -
said the . JActsoxvILtr, FLA. < JUDICIARY.0.ffiC' .
Secondly. It was on morning of .
&c. On of the Attorney General.-For salaried of the Attorney ,
he ate heartily thatmorning
execution To tHe FRANKLIN
Editor the Florida DIBBLE
his of Union
declined : assistant attorney general, and the .
he positively taking any MB. EDITORHaving seen. in the Floridian Commission Merchant, clerk and messengers in his office, twenty thousand
and he was equally! persistent in refus- four hundred dollars. I
food Journal
; an advertisement of the
confiscation JACKSONVILLE -FLA.Prde .
L of kind. Contingent expenses of the office of thc Attorney it
stimulants any
"ng 'and sale on the 6th or 7th of August, purchased or advances in Cash or supplier General, namely : .

His lust prayer was, as suggested by his of two tracts of my land,in Duvnl county, EP on consignment to C. B. Dibble, New York. For fuel, labor, furniture, stationery and miscellaneous ;

friend, the Doctor, "Lord Jesus, receive my one containing sixteen thousand ,acres and items, three thousand five hundred dollars.
For purchase of 1 law and books for the office
*rit" necessary
the other tract known as Cedar Point I L. WARROCK
,- containing of the Attorney GeneraLlivc hundred dollars.
here his audience
Dr. Gillette five hundred acres. I have examined Adoneer For legal assistance*nd other necessary special and .

deep feeling, referring to his own sons,. carefully all the laws passed by Congressand and Conimiaalon Merchant, extraordinary expenses in the disposal of private land-

wthe sons of his congregation, to the young the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. claims in California,ten thousand dollars.
proclamations by the President, in attend of tic Supreme Lure of the United .\ a'rt.-For
of this city who habitually visit drink- promptly to consignment of all kinds ot
men &c. I relation to the confiscation of property I coy produce, and will purchase for parties in the salaries of the chief justice and nine AB."oeiatejuatice.,

, ioc-houses, restaurants, am not aware of any: act that I have committed coy any articles! they may \riah, at the lowest Mar- lixty thousand five hundred dollars. .
The! preacher then visited Herold, and hisdescription that would justify the court in ketce. For travelling expenses ot the judge assigned! to the
corresponded with those already passing a J 15-tf. i tenth circuit for attending session of the supreme court :
decree of confiscation against my property, of the United States two thousand dollars. '

published. With great eloquence he described or the U. S.*Marshal in selling the same. CHARLES P. COOPER I For salaries of the district judge of the United .

the scene in which Herold's sisters were I therefore forewarn all States one hundred and eighteen thousand seven !

One of them read ** him from her persons against ATTORNEY AT LAW, hundred and fifty dollars. fM"" ,
present. buying the said lands at the sale aforesaid For salaries chief '
as of the justice of the supreme court
and after Dr G. had offered
prayer-book; i the 'undersigned. will avail himself of all legal JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.OfficeSecond of the District of Columbia, the associate judges,and 1"

prayer, the same sister foil wed in an invocation -i means to recover the lands with damagesfrom judge of the orptaus* court, fourteen thousand fire +

to the Throne of Di ne Trace on behalf Story, Samm Block. hundred dollars.
any person who may purchase the saule.JOIL. For salary of the reporter of the decisions+ of the supreme ..
which air ted all :
brother ,
of her pre- REFERENCED :
BROWARD, I court of the United States, one thousand three ;

sent. White Springs IIamilton on. 8. L. BCREITT, I Col. J. S. SAMMIS. hundred dollars.

His next call was on Atzerodt. lIe at once July 29th 1865-21 county lb 6ra For compensation of the district attorneys, nineteen I
thousand one hundred dollars.
remarks which criminated less
commenced For compensation of the district marshals, twelve
Hurratt, but was gently remined that higher T. T. LONG, thousand dollars. '"

duties now devolved upon him-a prepara- ARCHIBALD T. BANKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Independent 7rffl.tUry.-For salaries of the assistant
tion to meet his God. In this he acquiesced. ATTORNEY AT LAW, treasurers of tho United States at New York. Uoston,
LIFE CITY, FLA. Charleston, and St.Louis, sixteen thousand five hun-
twenty-nine he acknowledged he GAIXKSY1LLE, FLORIDA.
For years, ; i2.-6ap. dred dollars.
had been steeped sin ; the victim of base Will attend promptly to all business intrusted to his I For additional salary of the treasurer of the mint at 'rr

pissiuns, and of the wiles of artful, designing care. July 39tf i TJFESSIONAL. M. J. MURPHY Philadelphia, one thousand dollars.
: For additional salary of the treasurer of tho branch \
men. His wonder was, if his soul could be Fenders his services as Physician and Surgeon to mint at New Orleans, five hundred dollar

saved Rev. Mr. Butler, the Lutheran preacher Notice to Builders thople of Jacksonville and surrounding cuuutry.- For additional (salary of the treasurer of the branch. ;
arrived and attended him most THE subscribers have for sale aud will deliver the Paular attention will be given to diseases of women mint at Duver, five hundred dollars.
soon of the Suwannee river, or at Cedar Keys, amildren. Office at his residence corner of Forsy For salaries of the clerks aud messengers: in office of
faiithfully. From the latter clergyman we YELLOW PINE TIMBER of all sizes and of excellent -nd llogan-streets. 3m July S assistant treasurer at Boston, eight thousand one hun

learn that he professed to have found peace quality. We are also prepared to furnish Ship Masts dred dollars.

with Heaven. from 70 to VO feet in length, on short notice. For par :Medical Notice. For salaries of the clerks and messengers in office of

; ticulars address REDDING &: STRIPLING, of assistant treasurer at Boston, which are hereby authorized '
of the Catholic church BALDWIN will the practice of his
The peculiarities July 29-lmp Sandy Ford, Fla. m. S. resume eleven thousand five hundred dollars. 'p

prevented hiln from offering any assistance IJjtcssion in all its departments His office and For salaries of clerks, messengers, and_ watchmen,
is the first house west of Mrs. Hudnall'sBcing
tn Mrs. Surratt. for she was well attended bv Notice to those about to Build. rejnce House.ceonville in office of the assistant treasurer at Philadelphia
the Rv. Fathers Wiget and ,V nlter. Dr. G. PETER KERNAN July 22-tf eighteen thousand three hundred dollars.
For salaries of clerks, messengers, and watchmen, in
! described the scene of the daughter's hasty Dranghtempn find Builder. office of assistant treasurer at New York one hundredand

return to her mother's cell-the anxious inquiries i THE undersigned would inform his old friends that |tpICAL NOTICE. DR. E. S. ALDRICH, five thousand three hundred and twenty dollars

: of that mother' "Is there any hope !1" is prepared to furnish draught for Cottages l\>hysician and Surgeon, late of San Francisco, For Balariea of clerks messenger, and watchmen in
Villas, priTato residences, publ.c buildings, &c, Also the office of the assistant treasurer at St. Louis, nine
C,rnia be consulted at his office at Mrs. Hud
Father may
She replied "hope is gone !I" "Oh, thousand hundred end dollars.!
designer in wood, plaster and clay. Jobbing promptly utMantion Ifwue, or at the Drug Store of Mr. J. seven
"Wigetand Walter prepare my mother for attended to. PETER KE1
deith !!" In her agony, she fell against the July 29.Imp Jc..e 2ith-tf. dred dollars per annum, and to the four watchmen at
one hrndred dollurs per annum each which increaseis
speaker in the doorway, and said "hope is hereby authorized, in the office of the assistant treas-

fled." JOHN JONES, J. D. UPSOX. urer at St. Louis, eight; hundred dollars.

i The doctor stated that these remarks were GEON DENTIST. For salaries of elerks, porter, and ,,watchmen in the
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTBAY office of the assistant treasurer at New Orleans; nine
made strictly in a religious point of view, that JACKSONVILLE, FLA. thousand six hundred dollars.

being the place for none other. STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. rDu\cr.-Bl'ennt'lYauia College of Dental Surgery For compensation ot the depositary at Santa Fe, and

The congregation was very large and at- Would call the attention of dealers and consumers ," and five years practice. the clerk, watchman, and porter in his office four f.

tentive. to .iis large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent aegAth-Itptf. thousand eight hundred dollars. -
For salary of the rlerk to the acting assistant tre.isuter t
Medicines, Fancy Articles, Oils, Window GlassStationary I11lliTED. -
... at Denver one thousand eight hundred dollars.
-- &e., &c., among which may be found : 100,000 NO. 1 CYPRESS ,
For salaries of and additional compensation -
When the State Came into the Union.The SalphateQuinine, !A \ItllNGLES, by contract. L. WAR OCK, o officers and clerks! under act of AURU.-I '

following; is a ht of the'a c .11"titu tiny the Castor Oil, i l Auctioneer and Commission Merchant. sixth eighteen hundred and forty-six for the butter

Union, with. the dates of their dmlssinn.! Coloradoand Cream Tartar, Jt."fi-tf. organization of the treasury, and tenth section of act of

Neb.-ask had authority hut -fused to form State Calomel, \ : March third, eighteen hundred and tifty-t.ree, wrUng:;
national Blue :Mass, WHITE SPRINGS IOTKI appropriations for the civil and diplomatic rxpeissH uf
-xmstiUons. The tin t." -, i1: stirs in our dug .
Sulphur, ,11 : government for the year ending the thht.b.hof:
Are, therefore designated as nuder : Magnesia, &c i HAMILTON COUNTY, FLA. Jane, eighteen hundred sod fifty four, at cm' i h! \

Delaware ..December 7.1787 -PATENT MEDICINES. rates as the secretary may deem ju-t! and reasonable, n!
Pennsylvania.Ur'"etur 12. 1787 Towusend's Sarsaparilla, Tl 1f'r6ignCd tikes pleasure in announcing to I fifty thousand dollar..

New Jersey .. . . ..DPfe.I'ber l\ 1787 I Ayer's ai8aparilla, I |tihlc! that he i3 prepared to accommodate For compensation to de--i.7i ate depositaries, under

Georgia JH,maty 2, l'iKH Ayer'aCheery Pectoral, thoHiking a hetlthful un pleasant situation.OtLlr I fourth section of act of An::us sixth, eighteen hu d eda

< QnnPCtil11t.. . .. .. .. . .. 'auu .ry H> 178> Ayer's Ague Cure, >s are furnished with the best the market of d forty-s'x, for tl.e collf ct.on, wife koepi :J!, tra i"hM.
Miwachnaetts .}'t: .uiary C. 17"8M.inlan.t Indian CholaROfrne; the 'try will afford. I at.d disbursement of thc public icvenue, tight thous.
.Ai,ril 28. 178". Davis' Pain Killer, He ('OllltOI table harks running in connection and dnllttH.

South Carolina luy H. 17-8 lladway's. with y train, between this place and the Railroad For compensation to special agents u -dor act of

New H tmp-hire ..Juue 2. 1788Yirgiuu FaLnchtock's Vermifuge, depq Welboru. sixth: of An nst, eighteen hundred anti 1ort '-gb., eipLt
.,. Ju is :>G, 1T8: Worm Candy, V;. A. TCl. En, Proprietor. thousand ollai 8.

NVwYork . '.'..' iC. 1T88Nortu South American Fever and Augue Remedy, Ju}.-tf.I For salaries of nine supervising and fifty lo-al inppeiiors .
Carolina .Xovn l er 21, 17KJK'.adp Brow','. Ea. Ginger, -------- - appointed nudtr act thir .eh of Augn.t. t

Inland .. M y 29', 1790 Winso\v's'g.: Jotfli! n r'Syrup, I NOTICE. eighteen hundred and tilt -. \\O. for ho bet e.- p-OTPC-

Vermont .March 4, 191 I J.y-u':4..Llfp Balsam, tion of tIlE: live of passengers l.y stej bl'a.t, with
Kentucky .-1"11' 1' 17W. \ ulpi'au'8 Remedy, A L sons are warned not to trespass on the 11 nds travelling and o her expenses incurs ed b\ tlieu: e:;:l.ty
Tnnessca.- II f- '. 1(3G: Mustang Liniment, o .Flurida, Atlantic and Gulf Central RaLioad I thousand: elollars.

O io unlU er 29, 1802Iviltiana ( : Koger'a Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, Cu",, :'i' ct:us u. ihrti so.t will; I I't' 1 rl's-cntr'll'wit Fur i- IIt.I'b' nt e\i-tn.-e. order the net of sixth August -
Aril *. ia Mi-Mubn's Elixer out c kmination. WM. U. JEIFi E.Y8,
: ; ei'-'hteen hundred arid forty six fo- the colitc iocsafekeeping :,
Indiana.:, : .. .... .,Dec.Mi.b 11, 1S1G British Oil,. Ja [) ...<*:nbi'r 10, 1H17! 1 Bateraan's &C., kc. t--- -------- >miuni i--h ,
:\I.iiSi'fir'.Ii.: .- ... Drops, reI cUt', in addition; to pn w ii ay L re-
flinol! .,;.. ...December: ;), ISIS! Photograph Albnms, IIUDXALL IS :NOW PREPAR I ei\id on trau.-fer drafts : Pio\ided. That no part of

Alalunu Drc"m-er14. 1819aile. 1 Lav-kuatiiiiiOn: Boards, transient r.rnl out Raid hum shall e expended for el. rica sen k l". t a
( .M'rrfi 15. 1 ;3) Blank'Book*, .. perniai i.ui.dred an?;. fift t OtIS i>ddnU.ns. .
'u-.Jd' at re.u.oua..le rates Her Tabl$will te
An rust 10. It'21! suppd ,, in in it to e"'f : the
Mi+:.lUri Wallet, td he best the aiket uiluius. Rooms hi-.e For ue es aryexpenses carry ? c
!tric..n'-'R .. . ....UllC If, ISO! Mirrors, .,Uti Jt : several arts ot con-r ss au.hrrizin lo ua and tin i.sue >-

3ILhi-an .. ... ... ... ..Latin 3 21j. IH.7; Hair, Tooth. ClUh, Shavingand 1'la.I., ., 20, 186;). 3t.S".1EUY of treasury notes two million dol:ara. !)w\'id.'c'%
Fio-ida .. ......\.arc I :I.IX.Jj Whisk Brushes, &c., k. That the proper ac. ou- tug "R'ceia of;:h<- troymry be; ;

Tea. .. .. .. Dcccui *'* 2'J. 184:1In PERFUMERY, Etc.Lubin's i and they are ueieby, authoii/ed f...d directed t' c -

sa .. .. .. .iecevflPr'! 1ltIG11'ia Ex.t" act", AND HARNESS IN NEW amino and adjust tJ.e! accouu's: of S.u tr Gun f :r
inH'n .}b 29. 1 48 Oreus printing p:. set s, m Ctli'o-lIia ..1:...('P "IlIlwr 'J, 150 lilooituiiR Fam-y Extracts, bridles Harness \e., can : 2..i'1 supplied to V! e Tre; s' ry; I/ej.u t .ei t, ai d
Mnne ."? Irecm' e1', lisi any of the forts of the Souilierl: : for expend t'irt-3, under t; e a'tthu'ity cf tt: c secrean. J
--ota Colognes
DiMembe, 1 5Ka.I" Statelir for trade, we uoitld say; that ne may still and to ri-por' to him such um, : s n.r.y b" equitably;
Ht' l .. .. Hair Ois: Scape.
:'" .. .. ._ .. .. . . .. Ma'IR(2 S izodon'.Tooth So-ips and Powder, bt our old stand No.old 27 friends, Chauibers and Street, duo to aid Gw nn: Provided, fu tl.e that 'o.iteu.s t
W.gtVir .Mir.-... H.3! l.u's Ai.ibn.sia, Kendall's Amboline, &c.. &c. \: f'olt ready to prect our as mam .,furnished! or -tij'pli< d uu er.. .out:pct, no Beater, sum i
i Sti to us a call, and show them -' -
... Octobi, 1864 a please give ; t' an the cur fa t price sn u w' .'riot\ ran provided
Nrv..cld .. .. .. ... .. CANDIES. I '
in line
'f Goods I
I i coup sojtnieut our partuu- << fnrtl1er. That I efoioam paynrnt. H"nil: be im dt',
, ---- ... .------- G an DropSugar and Burnt Peppermint I 1.1 rly M I to the SOUTIJJRN TRAM of our own well t e ai!'t Gynn shall in uch fonn asmaybui'rePCTUetl \ .
: I Drops, Lozenges, &c., &c. will of the '
, knowinufactuiebich we dispose on by tl-o: secretary of the 1 iT'.s.'ry. fully coi.-
Tho 3tatr.'ceft i STATIONERY. most fable terms. ,vev and PC ure to the United St t. s ;her g t to rfe ,

[ Letter Note anti Foolscap Paper, i i LACEYMEEKER, .\: Co. thosaidpres-ses, :nd anv additional\ number thtn of, I
Uth. I jhic'vs-ors 1d SPROULLS: MEEKER, &: Co. and future in thet
NF:\v YOUK .July \\' hits and Yellow Envelope, with lh irin.ichint'ry i..1 ro\ mt'
.1..10. Venn. Ink and InV stands. Haying Cards, &e. Majl8G5. 3in. sass< \ b,+i1J'nn, or any other bUll lings directed iyfie ,
Gold CITLEHY.: t f' retary' for any aryl all printing the governmentmay r

JJjlEADsTUKFa.Superfine Pocket Knives ant Scissors. GEORGE rt. :IIX:K.H desire for its ow u i BJ ajidp-irpo; "es. ". -
Razors, Razor Strap3, dies : ,
GO'iExtra For protiring s'arais stamps paper
.. .$5: 70 i
Stan&M tl western Hour TOBACCO. n.tclnnn.hpl' unci .T vellei'. printii-g far: s and regulations!U e:ti>iug, aid otherexpenses ;.o
G.jafiMua : )
. .. .
>U-.f Amulet of carrying into: efirt-t If! c i.tcrual revenue V ;. :
685ail94) Ancl rs\n'R Solace I, '
mice SUltt; Z30 a f. 95 Navy Killickinick, fhaughaiand Amleraon's Smoking lo- CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND act of luufi thirtieth, eighteen hundred aunt sixty four, .
l r one
:- ) .* bacco. ale Gold and Silver Watches and Jewelry.ood
Extra: roiu.d hoop Ohio li i dies and tle printing' of civcula- 1 -
specu.l ,
t I branuA-. .7 (I r' '"\ 7 Cigars of ho best brands. ood assortment of Spectacle, Stationery, 'rraper '
f .7 tin :' :* PIPES.Morschaum. Com!! i'erfumerr,Tnih't Soap Tooth Brush ting notes and expenses> necessarilv incurred (iuclud-
CoiuuionSmtiierai.- / Jn! char 81; in proeurjn the same in the of-
'jiIJa Ht es, Ci including homo of those celebrated express
K.iio, n ud extra { llnxbr Brushes and til'e of the comptroller of the currency, six hundred
t .G75a090 Imitation Mtrschaum, L lin Razors, Straps, Shaving
Cnmnion 1''anadian .vc.: Glasses Pocket Books aDdlcmt1ull.s. and seventy-seven thousand fie hundred dollars.Ctmmifi"nertf
j .Ia815aG.i; Brierwood, Rosewood, Applewood Clay cup ..het Looking '
and extra in Di'-
loo.t t to choice irert Ta-e* l'tlTre-timuuI
i ..5 n ; Diamond and Safety Matches. :\ l'howgrnpsl1l11m holding fn ntweh commission-
Ufour superfine) of thirty-three
( trictl.-For compensation
t 42ra475 ono hundred pictures Violin. Banjo an r
Corn nr'a1Jersey.. LIQUORS, SY RUI'y. ETC. :it three thousand dollars cacti, and eleven clerks
i .. 515a525 Gu'.ta: uvs Tape Measures, from three to one bun- era !
r C"\ra me "!, URindyw ine ''heons .. . 28 0) :t -:!9 00 Brandy, dr-d Meerschaum. Pipes, and Sugar Holdeis, It..b. twelve hundred dollars each one. hundred ai.d I
r Corn me U, I Hrandw lll'I"'n acth and Wine her R Crochet NeedlesSilver:; Thimbles, &p., kit.We : twelve thousand two hundred dc.llarp.For '
e pnotho'ish SLerrv ,
w e very tnd
C'ITT01oi-Tbu market contingent expenses, :L ; t nun very hrm. Tie ...alf-i POI Wine, jest ree.ved; a fine aasorttne-it of Gold and
I imc \anwdo Holland Gin Silvei Heads and a lot of those fine Howard iug. forty thousand: dollars.;
: ,
'were about 2200 hs.1cs."Te quote : .I Ii I Whiskey Watt'ivliich triveuh! splendid siiti.!faction.Wai For compen' atiou to the laborer in charge of the '

I rrl/f 1'/.r. Plnri fa. M lie. A' O <: T. Blackberry Brandy, Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short notice water close's. in the capitol, five Luudn d and twen y- Q

i 3S .Ig g 40 Lemon Syrup, a isfactiou iruaranteed. Work from the connrive five dolls T.H and sixty cents. i it'
OAinarv laborers in two "
of four capitol,
f 61 51 52 Vanilla Syrup, try u : prompt and careful attention. Keviem :! For l'cm >ensat
MdllinR 54 o4 &a. .' Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup. tier tl ce, at the OM Stand of C. D. Oak, on Orean I o card e rjl t hundred and eighty doll is.
G.xnluiddling..53 Raspberry Syrup. thous-
street Julyl o cur p' RMtion to the public gardener, one

I t 'SA'AL ST \K- .-There was FOIU" e'nattcra' In a..t.\' -:I .. -. : PAINTS, OILS, ETC. nnu ,tour Lu d-ed and forty dollars.
,. .icc. vrPre v en'""staned. Tha r For mlle s tine of a foreman, and twenty-one la-
t in tl a-kt' ,an"i p
t e turpentine bac b..n in \1tticient :or White Lead, KII) Dii: .I, & MURDOCH o-.-s en p'o'pII| in tie public grcu ds, siiteea thousand -
s''ph' of IIlirib higher.ti" '., n e Chrome Green, and rijrl ly dollars.or .
I the :errand, urn 1 p.iOl'I z ar" alain: Crude t'1r"ent'n" '" .. Chromo Yellow, (Agents for Israel H. Sealy.) i <" mpensatiou of the keeper of the western pate,
,,' 11. at .1 85 a !q2. DIne i
asps 0' 200 Prua"ian doll.ira.
small thoaa'jd
in C Siuare, o e
sal wC.O ipitol
a-ti\"P an' somewhat }'h.her;the Red and Black Paints, LESALE DEALERS IN of t\\ watchmen employed 'n
p'y at a bas a of WImppd oroni* e'ula'ion It day
to s attr11 ro a $13. R vins were Linseed Oil Benzine,
hundred and
I thousand four
I' and ':550 Cor ct-m- t e C pitoRquare, oac
2. &c.
for Xo. &c.
7 50 Whitin ,
$10 A t12 tor\o. 1. Plister Paris, ?, .
tNtddpmtn(1 "t f4 TO a .e G .' LES, AND 'VINE f dol a ".
mono 1'iir was ntrket'wa.fn Q"iet. h" VAn' "trou. Wn Window Shade. F r'-'; ens tion cf th" doorkeeper tho Presl-
RIfr..Thu' and 160 Liquid. Blue, dt .t'3 house. sewn hundred and twe tty dollar
..alt"Bof301t'"ltsl'ango n at 9>i 04.9 .;c, and Domestic Liquors ofI &
not Petroleum, .
For ('OUI'f>ation of assistant doorkeeper *t the
t.e -ea Carolina at 10n 1(1'1e.aril''nd<< pri.-es w"*(,firm C-wRreft. Water, '. 'I .. Kinds and Qualities.N Fresidpnt's house, seven hundred and twenty dollars. "
St'.A.R.-Tbe market w'" 200) "lI.tll; Scidllt'Powders, of one: niht{ watchman at the pub.
aboUT Forcompensatioa
''e J .' r
at &t1 advance ut "( Tbp sat, w 1)01-i' ; mt'o I',. aIe ; a Citrate of Magnesia, Merchants Row, Hilton Head S. C. | he stables and carpenters' ) south of tho. capitol. :. 3
Ca',,t Itt Ue ,,;15e. and 200: bbds \ Extract for making Root Beer, &c..t, &C.. )
,a 12.c. one thousnnd dollarr. .
12rtc '
Havana "t 10-tt ; :c- Jun 365. tf. .
14Jc; -.0 100'102e June: ::. "
tle advance. ti' .
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-MMMMtfOT dMpwMM-- and Repair-For contingent --Norfolk.\ For improYem and' ,repairs! .'rit'lIun Q..,
'Bureau of Construction I inn at'magazine Fort Norfolk, ten thnusantl tlertUrtClt r-

I'I'r' ;; ,compensation 1 of watchman in reservation num. For For barracks regular nrplfes ndtqnarter. { twenty, two million million dollars.dollar! and incidental drawtagsTano'fransportation eltvis *- AT!I*? materi- : Mar: Island.-For pontimiJntf,.hdl Iious tn> ;t;t pow..

seven hundred ami twenty dollar.' :ancTcbntingbhf feijjxJnse, oneuion Forpostaie, drmajttzlne8tnorthendofrard.bulding| a' str
i compensation of ergTH nraw-keepers<< at the Potomac For incidental als. seventy-five thong i\nd dollars. contingent expenses Bhell-houw! at magazine, continuing, preparatlonjpirnpark ? f j-

I Bridge, and for fuel oil,'anff lamps, seven thousand doUara. telegraph seven hundred and i my- Bureau of Steam' Engineering-FOr;: : .. ;tools and! imrhlne for ordnance tfrop' rs- I
dollars and sixty For military viz :- Seventy omipied '*< ,
1,1 f five hundred and fifty-three dollRn. stationery pair to l-uildlng number Y or. .
cents. five prisoners For transportionof models nance repairs to magnzlno ; and for sir theninp told
of providing 'drawings. ;
and expenses books,
I For fomprnpatlon of two draw-keepers at the two For supplies dollar experiments, advertising, thousand.dol wharf at mnjrazine: and building new'8d/itfon
bridges across the eastern branch of the Potomac and of war, two million cq'npagdnrty<< postage, incidental expenses, eijrbty-five forty-tour, thousand four hundred and efghty.dxdollars. ( I
and garrison
For clothing ; .
camp '
thousand 'three hundredand '
for fuel, nil, and lamps, or t For contingent .
million dollars. and Clothing.
ninety.BIX dollars. Bureau Provisions Millcel1mAOulI.-For pay of superintendents naval
three foreign
For compensation; of furnace keeper under the old For pay of the capitol police dollars, and seventytvrnts. expenses, viz: For candles; freight station to within thfl United. constructors, and nil the civil tablishir.ent of the ;

ball of the House of Representatives, seven. hundredand hundred and deficiencies eighty-five in the<< contingent expos of transportation from station assistants to to inspectors, advertising several navY-yards and stations! one hundred and I
To supply of
tWf'nldollar&. States con race' pay blanks thirty-two thousand ehibt hundred and se..nty'
For (compensation of furnace keeper .at the President's I the House of Representat veil viz : for proposals printing paymasters lar
thonsamuar: : six hundred thousand -
and twenty dollars. For folding documents, twenty-five and stationery cruising vessels, of watchmen and
professors others
house, seven of cngin, ten. For expenses
JUnrtp-htan / oZtav For salaries and other necessary For fuel and lights, including pay dollars contingent" and contingencies of the United States Naval Ac..dttny'one

S expenses of the metrppolitan police' for the District thousand dollars. thousl four Bureau of Medicine nnd Surgery.-For hundred and fifteen thousand six hundred and
four and surgery,
f of Columbia one hundrt d and ten thousand dollars. For miscellaneous items, twentr expenses of the bureau of medicine twenty six doll-ir". .

And the compensation of said 'metropolitan 'police hundred and five dollars and fiftv two cents. seventy five thonsand dollars. noo-eomrnission- Naval Ob! erv lory.-Fer pay of.ip istant astronomer

force, officers, and clerks, Is? hereby increased; fifty per For utaUonerv. six thousand dollars.appropriation the Marine Corps.-Fopay'of officers three aids, and clerk, eight! thousand dollar '

centum upon the amount hereby appropruted, com- To supply a deficiency in the of the compter of ed officers, musicians, privates! clerks for messengerssteward ration andclothing For wage of instrument maker, two watchmen, porter

\ mei'chig on the first day yf July, eighteen hundredand payment of salarie in the bureau; dollars.To and nurse, and servants additional; ration! to me! sentrer, nnd laflorera : keeping gron t1.4 In or.

ixt. "-fiv.., said increase to ho borne by the cities the currency twelve thousand fopitci for officers'servants ; clothing der, and repairs to buildings and enclosures ; fnel,

Washington:; and Giorpctown, and the county supply deficiency in the appropriation fund of !ben- officers for five ears' service ; for :undrawn mil- H"hts, office furniture, and stationery: ; and for freicht,

.. Wa-Inn--trn: in the District of Columbia, proportion police, to "be added to thoVontingent and fourteeniiars and rations, and bounties for re-iulistmenta and, one s'xty-five trannnortition, postage, and incidental.expenses: fourteen -
to the n-imi-er of patrolmen allotted severally the ate two thousand nine hundred lion and forty thousand eight hundred thousand dollar"
the of *and the an 1 twent.eilr! ent" dollars and forty-five cents. for the American
i city Washington, to city Georgetown, the appropriationthopu' and nixty-nine thousand For preparing publication Nanti-
court of paid county To supply a deficiency in For provisions one hundred thousand eight hundred
county of Washington, and the levy thous dol- cents. cal Almanac, twenty-five and
hundred and eighty dollars and fifty
I and lie printing, one nine hundred and seven
arc hereby authorized empowered to levy a thousand fiity dollars.
special tax exceeding one quarter of one per cen 1 fl tflTo the For clothing three hundred and twenty-eight NAVAL ASYLUM, PHILADELPHIA.Forfurn'ture .
supply ft deficiency in the appropriation five hundred and twelve dollars. ,'
tt.tnf the afoie!'aid. arid repairs of came ; honso cleaning
\ purpose tfcaud
I hundred and rifty six hundred and twenty -
four thousand
SEC. 2. Andleitfuitherena'-tetl, That to enable the puMic printing, I For fuel thirty-two cents. and whitewashing ; fumires gates, and ranges ; gag
Secretary: : cf the Treasury to prow de temporary ac dollars. the six dollars and soventy-five of and water rent ; improvements of Grounds wharvesand '
of mechanics repair
in the appropriation :
for the To supply deficiency For military stores, viz : pay ,
comm01alions! for the State Department, and lots and for rosj-ital nnd repairs of all kinds,
stores ;
i dollars.To J ordnance ,
thousand ,
clerks of the Treasury public binding, ninety arms purchase of dollais.
f accommodation of such of the compensation I thousand five thousand six hundred
Department as cannot be accommodated in the present supply a deficiency in the appropriation CongrcssionaJooe. fl-'g", drums' fifes, and other instruments sixteen For support of beneficiaries,forty-two thousand: dot
of the
dollars to the reporters dollars.
of thousand
bu'ldinir: the sum twenty-five
r furnish eight hundred dollars. For t-ansportation of officers their servants, troops, larR.To
ifi hereby appropriated, and for the purpose of of KS in thousand dol- meet emergencies at the Atlantic East and Pest
,t for the office of the To .supply deficiency for compensation and of recruiting, twenty-five
ing and ffttin" up suitable rooms four hundred and fi dollar expenses Gulf ant1 Mississippi: stations five hundred thousand!
Attorney General, if it shall be necessary for him to the Denver branch mint. la rR. where dollars. .
1 from Department the sum often ". For repairs of barracks and rent of offices in the bureau of
remove Treasury the dollars. For of photographer ordnance,
in the appropriation fifteen thousand pay
thousand dollars!' is hereby appropriated, or so much To supply a deficiency there are no public buildings, hundred dollars.
branch mint at S n Francisco, one hundred auurty- contingencies viz : fright, ferriage, toll,cartage: three '
be For:! snarfc That
thereof as may necessary. .ninbllar8 SJC. 2. And le it further no mid!hip-
and cight of boats compensation
I SEC 3. And bit further enarte'J, That from and fourthousandeiztithundred wharfage, ; purchase and repair ; courts- men shall be appointed for any district not represented
after the pasStgeof: this act. the public lands in the and sixty-eight cents.Van to jndge-advocates ; per diem for attending in

State of Nevada shall, surveying! purposes he attached / Depart rnei.t- martial, courts of inquiry, and for burial constant of deceased labor'hOl1le ; SF.congress.('. 3. A nd le it farther enacted That so much of

I I 1 to and included in the surveying district of Cal JJurenu Navigation.and alids; for rent in lieu of quarters ; t the second section of an act entitled-'An act to increase
binnacle lamps, postage telegraphing ;
For binnacles:', stationery, ,
marines printing,
w ifornia. .. ; of the of the United States-
J- mates fnrtirma. .. .. and regulate the pay navy ,
ana ; AV. oil candles, gas ; repairsof
muslin, sewing of deserters; ; ,
That from and aftertbe apprehension
SEC. 4 And lie ,
further hundred and
June sixty
bjacks fore- approved one, at
'Irks, signal ,
the distinctive flags and m and water fixtures ; water rent, forage, straw
fiscal salaryof
commencement of the next year gas with
that the officer charged experiments in
and for making Sacs of all kinds; logs, furniture for officers' quarters ; provided
flags furniture
departmC'l1t barrack ;
of the assistant secretaries of the
log-lines log-reels, Io7-slnten, loor-paper, icooks, oil-cloth, crashrope,twine, gunnery at the navy-yard, Washington! shall receive t
assistant general and thE.thT'e1L8sistant bed sacks wrapping-paper
postmasters-general. the attorney, shall be three thousand and sand glasses for leads, lead reels, 1f' arm- spades, shovels, axes, picks, carpenters' tooL ; keep the sea-service pay of the grade next. above him, be,
and soundings and ftignal of matron washerwo and the same is hereby repealed.SEC. i
ins for cups the
for messenger ; pay
of horse
five hundred dollars
( per annum. hunl and 4. And be it further mad&, That to defray
signal repairs -
other than flags, one and at the hospital headquarters ;
SEC. 5. And e it further enacted: That the provisions appartns ian, porter of the commission "to select
twenty-five thousand: dollars. fire-engine purchase and repair of engine- the necessary expenses a
of the act twenty-nine eighteen hundred to ;
approved April site for a navy-yard or naval station
the most adproved
of navigatidnatprials mess-tables and
of For freight and transportation hose purchase of lumber for benches ,
the compensation ;
un-1 sixty-four, "increasing books and starts for pee on purchase and repair on the :Mississippi River, or upon one of its tributaries,"
instruments ; carryall
inspector of customs in certain ports," be extended to bunks ; repairs to public ;
for proposals packing of handcarts and the sum of two thousand five hundred and ninety dollars M
first hundred and sixty-six. public letter; for telegraphing ; of harness ; purchase and repair
July eighteen
and materials for blank books, fo and and repair of is hereby appropriated.SEC. .
boxes ; scavengering ; purchase
of the wheelbarrows
SFX 6. AniU it enacted That no part ;
: further navigation officers for wine, stoves where thero 5. And lit further enacted, That the sum of
act former acts stationery at ; maps cooking-stoves, ranges ; ,
money appropriated either by this or galleys ;
and models: and for incidental expenses! not acableto gravel for parade-grounds ; repair of one hundred thousand dollars is hereby appropriatedto
hall be applied to the payment of any claim for con are no grates : I
the rerommodations for Iick. wounded and
thousand dcs. officers'
three enlarge ,
and commanding
of any other appropriation, furniture for staff
structivI account of extra session pumps ;
iu ou any
either house of For the purchase of nautical and astronoal in. offices ; brushes, brooms, buckets, paving, and for otherwise disabled at the Naval Asylum, Philadelphia,

,1 i SEC. 7. :tndbc further cnarted, That the appro- struments. nautical books! maps, and charts, aor repairs other purposes, sixty thousand dollars. I authorized by and act of congress of March fourteen, eighteen
hundred sixty-four. '
of instruments, and for binding anobking
for the CongressionalGlobe
hereinbefore made
priations dolls 6. And be itfurthsr enacted That the Secretary
hereafter the books and charts, one hundred thousand SEC.
shall be upon the condition that lUireau of Equipment and RecruitingFor Portsmouth, New Hampshire.-For reservoir gutters of the Navy be, and is hereby, authorized to purchase -

proceedings! of congress ball be published in the Daily fuel for tho navy and for the transportn! and oakum, store, siding-mill, extension of ship house the balance of square nine hundred and forty

I Globe of the had day and subsequent delivered to to the both day houses, such proceedings at their- expenses thereof five million three hundred ixty- li ; railway for floating dock ;; machinery and tools ;' eight, in the city of Washington District of Columbia,

were the sessionof seven thousand four hundred dollars. grading gutters and drains ; completing plumbers, some; fourteen thousand feet, upon which a naval hospital
time of nlf'.tinthi to take effect at next
For equipment of vessels, five hundred thoid dol coppersmiths,' and tin shops ; quay walls ; completing is now in course ot erection: Provided the same
but the of the Congressional
congress publishers lars. mooring piers ; completing extension of shi'houseS can be obtained, in the judgment: of the secretary,upon
*\ Globe shall not. however, b 3 required to publish daily and for repairs of all
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing.For ; two launching ships [slips ; terms deemed just and reasonable.
the two
than columns of the of
,r more forty provisions, one million five hundredutand.. kinds, three hundred and sixteen thousand two hun- SEC. 7. An be it further enacted, That so much of
f delivered
houses of and speeches not actually -
congress any
dollars. dred and fifty dollars. II the proviso of the act of third March, eighteen! hundred
until the
in either house shall be postponed
the extent of For clothing! seven hundred thousand dolls Boston.-For addition to second story of ropewalk, and forty-three, entitled "An act making appropria-
be without increasing
same can published
I columns For a gold medal to Cornelius Vanderbilt, -suant two building slips, one set spinning preperation and tions for the naval service for the half calandar year,

the SEC.proceedings 8. And be beyond it further forty enacted. That the following to a joint resolution approved January tweieight; repairs of ropewalk machinery, tar pit, and for repairsof beginning the first of January and ending the thirtieth

t sums be. and the name are hereby, appropriated, to eighteen hundred and sixty-four, three thotd dol- all kinds, two hundred and fifty-four thousand five day of June, eighteen hundred and forty-four," as requires -
hundred dollars. and all other materials of
l that provisions every
deficiencies in the for the fiscal
upply appropriations
.' ending the thirtieth of June eighteen hundred lars.And the sum of forty-three thousand dollar} here- For completion of joiners' building, twenty-five name and nature for the use! of the navy, be furnished
year be added to the of thousand dollars. with the lowest bidder after advertisement.
by appropriated tlf continpepnd by contract ;
and out of in the n..totherwise
any money treasury for the New York.-For continuing quay wall ; receiving far modified thatit
the House of Representatives purpose)crying shall be, and the flame is hereby, so ,

For office, carpeting preserving files,and such ontingent expenses as may be directed!resolution store'; grading and filling ; drains, paying, and flagging shall not apply to bunting delivered for the we of
N of the House. : ; mU6ter-officeaddition ; completing new foundry; the army and navy; that it shall be lawful for the Secretary -
r ,. miscellaneous item in the office of the third auditor,.
five thousand dollars Approved, March Q, 1865. \ continuation of machine shop and iron-plating shop ; of War, the Secretary of the Navy, and theSeo- .
launching ways ship-house D ; launching ways for retary of the Treasury to enter into contract for hunting .
For stationery for the Treasury Department and its
CHAPTER 1.XXIV. steamers ; joiners' shop additi ; water-pipes and of America manufacture as their respective services -
several bureaus!" twenty-five thousand dollars. for An Art making Appropriations for the Navilrvice hydrants; general increase of machinery in the yard ; require, for a period not exceeding one'year, and
For fuel, labor light, and miscellaneous items
t the treasury building, including the extension, twenty for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteenjdred/ and thousand repairs seven of all hundred kinds, eight and sixty-three hundred and dollars.ninety-five at a price not exceeding: that at which an article of

thousand dollars and slxty- ix. equal quality can he imported.
'. the Senate and house of Repritt yes l'hiladelphiaFor boat shop ; machine shop saw March 2.1865.CHARLES.
I i; For contingent expenses under the act of August lie i enacted by crib foundation Approved, '
mill storehouse plumbers' shop : for
nf the idled States of America in Omprexx I
sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six for the collection
wail around
brick new purchase
transfer disbursement of the That the following sums be. and they are h'. lip launching ways ; ;
safe-keeping, I
that, of said shall preprinted, to be paid out of any money in th_sury repairs of dry dock ; repairs of dredger ; filling on SLACER'S
public revenue, provided no part sum the new purchase ; and repairs of all kinds two hundredand
for tho
not otherwise appropriated, year eg
he expeuded for clerical services, fifty thousand dol
thousand six hundred and eighty dol.
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty: eighty-five DRY GOODS STORE.

For compensation to clerks in office of the surveyorgeneral For pay of commission, warrant and pettlficers lars.
in California for the year ending thirtieth of and seamen, including the engineer corps ofiiavy, Washington.-For completion copper-rolling mill extension ALSO ,
completing storehouse for provisions ; new
million three hundred and tweventhousand ;
1 June three,hundred eighteen and hundred fifty dollars.and sixty-three, one thousand twenty-three seven hundred and twenty-two di'? and cradle for railway ; coal depot and machinery ; machinery Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
and channels
and tools ; flagging draining ; dredging -

and For hire of farts dollars.on the public grounds,two hundred fifty For cents.the completion and repair of vessels ofinavy ; rail tracks ; and repairs of all kinds! two hun- WITH A LARGE STOCK OF .
dred and eighteen thousand three hundred dollars.
and medical treatment of twenty-four million five hundred and thirty Usand
For the support clothing, of boat-shed number '
Norfolk.-For repairs twenty-
the insane of the army and navy and the revenue cut dollars. I timber-sheds number and ASSORTED FURNITURE,
nine repairs thirty thirtyone -
ter service, and of the District of Columbia, at the hos For thCjpurchase of hemp and other materforthe ;
hundred and thousand d s. ; repairs of naval store number fifteen ; repairs of
in district thousand dol navy fiver seventy
for the insane said
pital thirty
For fuel for the navy, and for the transpo n and stables ; repairs of carpenters' shop ; repairs of buildings BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE.A .':

lars.For repairs of the navy yard bridge, to enable the expenses thereof dollars. seven million six hundred .ighty tools number; dredging nineteen channels and thirty-seven; and repairs;of machineryand all kinds, large assortment of Dry Goods consisting of

commissioner to erect draw thousand
public buildings a new ,
one thousand dollars. For bounties to seamen, one million dolla] four hundred and sixty-eight thousand five hundred BROWN AND HI..E.CHEDIUSI..nis.,

For compensation' of clerks in the bureau of military For the equipment of vessels in the navy, i dollars. .

justice, viz: one of class four, one of class three, onu of For the purchase of various articles of efnient, Pensacola.-For repairs of machine shop,storehouse, Shirtiugs,

class two, and two of clas one, seven thousand. two viz : canvass, leather, iron, cables and and, oil, commandant's quarters, commander's quarters, officers Calicoes
hundred dollars. furniture galleys, and stores, and for the pent of quarters, and repairs of all kinds, one hundredand Ginghams, -,

I For stationer, rent of office, hire of watchmen, and labor on articles manufactured in the navy I, and seventy-one thousand dollars. Bedticking&cLADIES :
a miscellaneous items in the office of the commissary for outfit stores in the masters,' Ixiatswainsll sail.makers' Mare Island.For continuing grading and paving ;
general fire thousand dollars. department vessels, five million t hundred foundry establishment ; completing iron-wharf cranes ; '
tools and machinery cistern and holder
t For stationery and miscellaneous items in the office thousand dollars. smithery, ; Such as Cloaks,
for commission warrant I petty for gasworks ; saw-mill machinery ; coal house and
i of the paymaster-general, six thousand dollars. provisions Shawls.
II For stationery blank books, and miscellaneousitems officers and seamen, including engineers atiarines wharf ; sea-wall continuation ; guardhouse ; completing Gloves

g in the office of the bureau of military justice, one attached to vessels for sea service, twelve mh nine one half of store-house ; and repairs of all kinds, Hosiery &c.
two hundred and eight thousand eight hundred dol .
thousand', hundred dollars. hundred and twenty-three thousand two'hrtd and

For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items in eighty dollars and enty-five cents. lars.Sackett's BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS.
the War Department, fifteen thousand dollars. For the coy"ruction, repair wear amI te nachi. Harbor.-For repairs of all kinds, two thou-
j of vessels in commission seventeen nn one
:; For fuel, compensation of firemen, and miscellany nery ,
r ous items for the building corner of F and Seventeenth hundred and fort.ti\"e thousand dollars. HOSPITALS.Boston. IXG OF ALL KIND, SHIRTS AND COLLARS.

.trcets, six thousand dollars. For surgeons' necessaries: and applianfor tho .-For repairs of buildings, roads, fences,

I For reimbursing the appropriation for expenses ofollcctiug sick and hurt of the navy, including the cosurvey, painting hospital, enlargement of cemetery, glazing CROCKERY, WOODEN AND WIIJXWWARBDishes :

.* the revenue from customs, the amount here- and engineerand marine corps two Butt and painting, furniture, and miscellaneous items, eight

tofore transferred: from that fund to the appropriation twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollanFor thousand five hundred dollars. ..

W for expenses!' oft national loan, under act of March ordnance and ordnance stores, inelif labor New York.-For repairs of(hospital buildings, appendages Plate,

t third, eighteen; hundred and nine, two million dol f and incidental expenses, eight million thrjuudred roads, fences walls, stables, painting, glaz- Cups and Saucers, *

I thousand dollars. [ ing in hospital and laboratory, and labor on cemetery I Buckets, Tubs,
lars.For supplying a. deficiency in the fund fo* the relief For navigation apparatus and supplies, apr purposes and grounds, fourteen thousand dollars. Baskets, Brooms! Ac

a' of sick and disabled; seamen' one hundred and fifty incidental to navigation, four hundregousanu I Washington, District of Columbia.-For completing GROCERIES

thousand dollars. dollars. I building authorized by act of:March fourteenth, eighteen ;

hr For refunding the treasury extrn.ion the amountof t.For clothing for the'IHlYr, one million do! I hundred and sixty-four, thirty thousand dollars.: Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Black and Green,'tc.: :
payments made for furniture, sixteen thousand nine For contingent expenses of the navy, t l1l1dred Norfolk.-:For! plastering, glazing, painting repair of

_ hundred and eleven dollar and fifty-three cents. and fifty thousand dollars. wharves and bridges, repair of cemetery enclosure, FURNITURE,
_ ___ For furniture, carpcw, ami miscellamxms; items for : Jiuieau ()r arils and Dorks.-For coating,expenses gas fixtures, and flagging, twelve thousand five hun-
the treasury building, fifteen thousand dollars. that may accrue for the following puns; viz : dred dollars.: Complete sets of Cottage Furniture, and a gcnerallJassorted -

For deficiency of pay of physician, blacksmith and For freight and transportation ;. for printinrtvertis- l'ensacola.-'or extension of building, enclosures, stock, such Wash Stands Bedsteads
assi tart, farmer, and carpenter for each of the four re- ing, and stationery ; for books, maps, its. and rooms for distributing stores, nnd for general repairs and Mattresses, Chairs, Sofas &c., with

servations in California, nine thousand six hundred drawings ; for the purchase and repair of fcgines ; and improvements, ten thousand five hundred dollars. many other articles too numerousto

dollars. for machinery of every description, and paright to Memphis.-For repairs and improvements, seven mention. ,.

For armament fortification., nine hundred thousand use the same ; for repairs of steam-engincd attendance thousand dollars. July. 22.-tf.

dollar ; for purchase and maintenance opn andhorses New Orleans.-For repairs and improvements five --- --.-

For current expense* of the ordnance- department, and driving teams ; for carts, tit wheels, thousand dollars. Dry Goods, :

a und for ordnance service, *ix hundred thousand dol.Ii. and workmen's tools of every descriptiort navy- MAOAZIXKS.Portsmouth. Gro'-f'.I.

+ lan yard purposes ; for telegrams and posta goiters on .-For bhot-beds quay walls ; boiler Hardware '

+ For national armory, six hundred thousand dollars. public service ; for furniture for govern! offices boiler room, and machinery ; grading grounds ; and .
':t' I- .! For gunpowder and l brad, four hundred thousand and houses ; for coals and other fuel ; for les. oil, repairs of all kinds, forty-seven thousand four hundred Stationery
f t 'l\: .' dollars. and gas ; for cleaning and clearing yurbr flags, and twenty-five dollars.! Boot and Shoes, '

) : For eonting nci( of fortifications, eight hundred awnings, and packing-boxes ; for j>ay ofchmen ; Boston.-For repairs of magazine. shell-houses, .(("., Ac., Ac.:

thousand dollars. for incidental labor at 1lavv'art.tA not rtablo to wharf at Chelsea, and powder-boat ; repairs of ord. .Wholesale stud Betntl-

'or'ooJ and l niece train-, ono hundred thousand dollars. any other appropriation ; for rent audit Portsmouth nance store, shell-houses gun and shot park at the yard,
Now' Hampshire l ; for tolls raid fey! ; for repairs of nitro depot at Maiden ; and tools for gun- JOHN S. SAMMIS k CO,

!' For Fort Taylor. Key West, Florida, .ne hundred water tax ; and for rent of stores and renews, ouo carriage shop, six thousand three hundred and seventy-. Forwarding1 Commission M etch**' .

9 and twenty-five thousand dollar million seven hundred and sixty thousandlrs. eight dollara. Jacksonville Fla-:

; For Fort JcffcrsonGarden Key, Florida! Mvinryrive Bureau of NavJ atioll.-'or contingent fnsen! of New York.-For ordnance machinery, and repairs of ,
thousand dollars. the bureau navigation, viz : all kinds, fifty-five thousand dollars. *** Expected soon to arrive from New York a tall;

For the'medical and hospital department, three mil i Fur freight and transportation of navigi materials l'hlladelphia.-'ol' two stone magazine buildings, cargo of Goods. jj S. l'-0-

,: ::< lion two hundred and fifty-one thousand dollar V instruments booker, and stores ; foruge on fifteen thousand six hundred and nIuety-six dollars.

,;," rot the quartermaster's department, "iz : public loiters ; for telegraphing on pnblUBine ; Washington District of Columbia.::-For repairs to buildings July 22.-tf. ___

.::; For purchase cavalry and artillery honefheven for advertising for proposals : for packiiies and iu ordnance yard,.to branch magazine, cleaning,

.c ,, ,.;; 'millions nix hundred thousand dollars. materials; for blank looks. forms and |uery at and improving ordnance, yard, erecting temporary LItE. LIME, LIMB, LIME.

l ,1.' 'Fortran importation ut" the army, nineteen million navigation offices ; for maps charts, dtk*, and buildings, additional ordnance machinery and continuing in quantities to twit ptfrcha* H,by
t-Ijrht hnndritl situ ntty'rie ihoi-iml ono hundred and model ; and for incidental eXl'nflm.fl rftblo to ; work on new ordnance foundry',. : el{: lbtr'Pfl\'e11: II. .T.Fernuniliua .; J>T-

rhlrtY.4tjnn .1(1\1a.r.. :any otherapprnptistion.( five t thonsHihl if'i i I Ii thousand dollaiv. Fl... April OU, 1863.:

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