Florida union

Material Information

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:
August 19, 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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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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AKM6247 ( NOTIS )
sn 83016252 ( LCCN )

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Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
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Jacksonville tri-weekly union
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THE FLORIDA UNIONS I enough for banks to kco'-i,S a full (circulation ,] For
up every dollar in circulation from on dollar [ ? the Sa\.uuii HeraM! ,\u'.1'.l; ] ..., t1'rrom
and against excessive: i issues:; there and "
J:nRYTtRn.Y MOKXIXO BY are ten cents to two dollars in bonds are
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; I l the restrictions of 1:1'r'and: the liability to 1'e- on deposit with the Treasurer of the United Injustice 10 < In I'"-'o:>I,, ort1n' Sauti.
J. K I deem. Government notes in the i issue: thereof State*, thus forming an immense home market --_. "

TE 11 M S : I: ;would be regulated only by t.hl' ne<:e-;'ties I I for our own securities, and preventing \Y(' have noticed with regret, a disposition, ,
D-rtlars per .Vnnum in Advancv. I IoSa's"ip.inj I of the Government or the interests of t the I II th' ',
: abroad.
Tro Mig :sent Every :stockholder- on till part of some ::Northern editors, to mi-
l taken f)1'1."c s than: Tlmy rnupth4.angle '
\ fln's; : hoc l'cats. I party in )ower. At one time they might be I Ii y: billholder has therefore a direct represent the t feelings and sentiments of Un c l

, f, : c' AIV'BIT'INrfro i : i increased altr'gclher beyond 1 the needs of commerce ... 1 t c f pecuniary interest t. not only in the'nance people of the South regard to the reconstruction t'

1 and 'trade, thereby* enhancing; pricf ...1 rr!: : of the Government and union of of State Governments. They r.Ilege -

;(l !llr"lpr:the same Square RpaJ'of, for r41onlsriel first insertion Lines: !One, or and inducing speculation ; nt :anothe, t'., !! talcs, bat also in maintaining: the faith in positive terms that an overwhelming: \ '
,Inllatfiro(1 kxturn! : subsequent; insertion.lib ; might \\y't; !so reduced; embarrass: S hH 1 ; .rand '" a.2" \-rcdit of the Government. There i is no majority ofthocitizensofthe Southern State-;, ..

\ > rtMnrton! xnado to permanent advortis-ers; : I T precipitate financial disasters.wor'Kl : ..rri? 1/(e\"f in-1', ..n:*er. of repudiation: while the National including many of thoso who have taken th''
j 1 he incomparably worse in thi r, tem is in fore?. safe to f of allegiance till actuated by ;;
.J 0 Ii P UI XT N < I Vn1t1, sy> : : say oath t : : are t
J t'flan a hank note currency, because: : J tact > slat: hal(( there been such a =-,yste.m t before life j jvar !spirit of iiisubordinati: i >:i t towards the General 1 .
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infvory__ :tvK.' __uoally_ _and. -promptly___executed.____ ____ that: should control ( }circulation 1+"doti44a11ft:1)14ttd : !*'\ there never would have beeu :a rebel- 'j Government, :and that it i is their Beret determination f
power that furnishes it. Suppvthority ) o; + 'steady i a rut, 1 lion. The banks could not have lx'en brought, j I i to obtain the control, through tinmedium j
National at I
The Ranking t N.v\* tciii.'e o'.f .
not in sympathy W'JitF, I to make: war upon the Government, and the !i ] of the ballot box, of the State Government f t

clip from a late number of th: "Washinnon would} not he accommodate' tr }'rments --- -'----: ';::: '_ sitars of war could not have: been procured\ i i' that they may: be thereby!! t the better r

Chronicle the following) Imcid article of t rade. They HP' _"3tEST> in without their aid. enabled: l to accomplish, their >chemes of t

anon 1 o our "XMtional banking: "System t ," from volume when there} w."' j. JItS ICE't1 lA :1 for The !holder of a National Bank: : note would'!; resistciK-e to tho maintennntv: ; oi'" National '

ihepcnofA.MairE'q.. Chil cf Clerk in the a full circulation, :ar 1 Vjn4farks: ,>nviu.;; }!.ft'wtC'l lose: nothing if the bank: were to t fall-the !| authority.Thes'1 .

Bureau: of the Comptroller} of the Currency : whenthcro \V.l.J:\ I'ljj : :' y,!ran 5ncrease. I GO''l'111melit01.1111 then pay it on Iroecu- i ':MnfoumVd! and inKchicvou- imputations :- .
Soon after the outbr' tk of the great rebel- They w-STir: >tK.\\s :., > tion it in based n'clesp: r
: ST .Cimo an or :accept laynlCat0f taxes or other < : :are .generaliy: upon ( :
lion it became) evii1"-111 that.: the war could not I undesirable 1 r J'."..l .t'I'(, would. duos t than customs :and every other bank is wilful mi.-representations msde!;( by Southerncorrespondents'

be carried on mpon, a si rictly specie basis ; the be no wav ; 'Jff' .IJ.oppcr''r.>n of them bound by law to receive it at par in payment ; : Our sole 1 object in noticingthe :

Government must sooner or later resort to 1 ('0111(,.lip) V..j*.jtilf#. .I'J1a Harri 3'tira* t'" 1)t) ) 'l'l'l'TP-: of a debt" The Government would] lose nothing !I: uiijust:: editorial I strictures of the class: ot"editorof

iheuwft paper money. It was wisely 'deiinfl rOllS ( lrr' jI "I.O.f: :' .S'onl,1, (' ullllerI for it holds: in its possession it.sown bond< 'i which we complain. i-i: to pwp! < ,

t :l not to use;: thc (currency of the State I. the ('or..en kr..I.iI\1- her ; an unreliable: :amply! sufficient: : to remunerate it e1t: I them, a- well a> the t Northern public >\ : 1
h:1.n: ksf different value-- in- -different- States, a;I ('l1'(' L..n"-',;' ".....\ if1er; no r-oniioctioi: ): '. :ono not :acquainted: with the (details of ;' the guard again: ?! a (I'las of:grofabrications:

bi; ? .1 up"n! '\1") possible kind or !:|:JF'J1U| Je.. .' j, thov} v. -)uld; Iwt bei the law may: rill: UIanot: dishonest clerk< ,. senatorial communications, and i ,and om<- iipw no securil-, limited : \ I i Government
: (; steal these bonds .
ltJe- or employees
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div in fat
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crncdV. -r some !
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c. iH to- :all kin( -* 01 paperCpnrins. deposited' in such immense amounts, or} may \ That: there may: have been : :
liinitatittn: }being placed upon the ; : jam"s L ,e {form( it It i ;a commercial they not be destroyed: by fire or other easuajties' : and di--atisfaction in the 1 SouMi: 1 .

he i* ue1. The Northern banks as a t 1 A.. ?;. '(rm has vet been) contrivedc : In nrver: it is only 1 necessary: to ox- ., under the nt'W order of thlll.Ve do not

loyal to aid 'he .yI','{ ;( I Crede 3-C'tcr 'Sci j i:11)1) :l' Jllit which iinh: : <',rcoaiey plain: that the bonds :aie :'LIl'I'isfn';'? ho/tily, : pretend t to deny : but it i i- eq';::lH.\' irxw! that

:a saftVu'nt(: consideration: not'," ;=, ,Tol1lt ;.Hmal ( urrenc'y act. LTnt'icooper. i:':ued 1 to the Treasurer (of nIPnited( States such manifestations, of disloyalty; arc of o.v II

required} -oraiM pretty :-eve. j l':< S lthat I w overnment* 1 performs: its proper in trust t for the bank; and containing! upon ceedingly rare occurrence; :and ;.ic t confined:

wen llicr.1 anil: ( the.>cr:'t..'Ss5'K: .l... tile cun-. I ('tlaillplill,: exercising= one of its ('on.titu- them ;a memorandum signed; ( by the! Comptroller (! almost entirely ti) a class: of yoimir! men Ir-
to obtain, :at fi*, 1;(' tf 1 ". ,.'asttks ; Catn ell I of tho that 1 rebel who: :in4 it cXti car'-
mm.t'I I'I I. \ ;j- Couric .,'C1' for the regulation: ot commerce Currency !statinu; they are ('l'nty! of the army

); WI'n' :nx', "'.Jrt i.FI 1tlH'V'. a,,''I Y t'.. '., a:3: thae"'it ('ou";p: tilt maximum of banTi note C1\U1l-1: : depo-ited I( with the Treasurer as:; security for ly difTicult! to reconcile the }pn-'T.t condition: :

..I. ....'. 'It.,. I""l'"".ff'i" +kr + : wIl", her the\-' tall:_;': It or cvecuring: ; its! solvency, :and \,' : i! I the bills of the bank, and thus aiv only tVaivferable (,the South with that pirconf-ivM!]( attitudt:
.1.';,I". "Ll:1t. \'(r to.U an 0"J' : 'UllO]rt | .onality of- character ::111(.-' nnilonnity; ot \ : on the Books of the Register of ih o ofindopondt'nce; ( t to<< Avhioli! tli! ('vid!!: beliovor! .

1:1.: lav.s unconstitution\ () of'i.j;' ', ited State':'..'.Ut'. It takes: the promi-jes, v, hich are to go j Treasury: : upon the order of the bank: :, and th'jt) slio l ..rm: entitled.Th' ; .

, 'Mare the war, and t th('/ nn : :o Pease among! flue |eople( through the National upon :alignment:: of the Treasurer: ) connterHL jut! elli4ren\ Norihern! it-ador( '.vill readily : <

:\1! i.r iioceaMty for doing H> ivn-;. \Ve tell.o | Banks, pills its seal upon them, and guaran-1! 1 I ,nod by the Comptroller I of the Cnrioncy.j MI r.nd the difTic K;:', nay, th'- "

:such both here lid el-ev.iei'e!, that: t,j' \ 1 tees their redemption, a* it takes: the }precioiu-; '!j I The bank: holds the Trca:
many good nsonvhy;! ;Uiuy fchorVoi 1>lcinmosty ore from the mines-the In\p'-ry: of indi :[! l ovey bond in detail. The bonds: aio I I in a few brief months ideas or conviction-:

.. O:>,th. and, aiso, that tJ) .cks: whov \'hluals-roins it into money of the United :j I entered in tho! Treasurer's hOlkComptrnI implanted in early life :and streiif!;thened and

medialtud t':'t*;&inp: neces---' nation's; flitI : \ States and fixes;; the value'thereof.: It tl1t1; i inerforms I, ]ers books, and( the Register's: books, :and :are i i confirmed, by instruction and t--cample, at
of Government.In I i examined yearly: bY:1l oflicer of the )Imk.I : in the t 1t) manhood. r
:\ raun wilKdeny, lie n)> .y, and finally; navsionift : the proper oflices: every step progress
,I *('='c- he nltvi: upon United States' loin J-'o it interferes( with no State! 1illtc. I If !-=tolen they would he of ni1o- ible UM-; to But on the otl!;:"-r liaivl; w know it to i.-- ))

)hf I.l: > '":tttd 1/; the Go-.t-rument, Vineddles with no mnn's }lawful pur: iits. It \ tho thief, and if (destroyed or lo-,;. II r stolen, the (":l-(' t that th<' great mil=l;.; .o-'t-o: Sont IH'n: t,
I" and the it would be, neoe: :-: to :Moo payment: .! almost ( very f f-uiner, arc
il:[' : -.ift&(1fa'.h the: gre:!tt commercial cenie I stands between the bankers; people, ary upon peophinehh1in. ;:;
the latter from : I the} old I i sue and i.-suc new tvrtiticatos of the }loval.. and are observing in ,!ir'od;:\ faith tiic
: (;..-ist. r: .11ar1; cuual j value in all parts of I j :\T,<1 while it protects imp(! ; :.
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;dl1 "' ..'r.r, (*111 f 1 ir j'j/lfilf'ld ir. 1i'ni circu- tio.l: in the use of a bank: note currency, it \ :o.tlJlle hell{1. new ;political) obligation imposed upon them
of for The National system; i is now substantiallytho : : : the eminent at Washington.: Their:
I ilifl.O 'lIjli'\t'rh li : c, 1 :and greenbacks, with a national banking system : WiGiout becoming) ; a banker, and without, as I banking! system: of the ('fnIltlTt first course: has; been to encourage! reviving loyalty -

to provide) for the circulation :and re- in th case of the charter of the United State I the bankers looked upon it \\ ith distrust= as I to harmonize: a< far as practicable) the elements -
I new thing -grlhtallythey; )] have : of Sotithcin society: to open: the way
lemption; of the notes, and supply proper and Bank conferring peculiar if not dangerous upon any ;
become convinced of its :advantages or :-ili.-: i\ for t Union fur the de\elomcnt| : I f
vifc. depositories: of the Government funds, privileges upon l a single corporation 1 it pl'o-1 a hearty
fled by the refusal of the people( to accept ;j the material resourceof the South, {for :'C'-
I :md provide fiscal agents to be used in the vides a national circulation indispensable tin'I I I
. their State bank: issues that it was j the damages: of war. ;-nfl1il1' the :support ): ,
collection and disbursement of ;Ihe revenues its own use and satisfy in the collection of its ; necessary ]airing :
levied to pay: the war debt. I internal revenues, and, suited to the circumstances to unite in it :and support it ; and it i is believed( :! oft rcunitl't'ountlT.- '

But why not have issued greenbacks) : (1i-1 of the country.Although that none have had reason to regret their : Theare} thoroughly glad that }piece is res
, i i- Gov- the ; above quoted union with the system. The :stocks of :State:; 1 tOl'ed111 use: in making war anumu-.
rect, upon"which no interest :;< paid: by j ; paragraphs} : see no '
''arr1111cft. instead guaranteeing the notes of from )[r. McCulloch's report concisely detine I hanks converted have in no known I instance; j citizens, now that: fighting; in the field is over.With .

National 1 Banks ? The answer to this question the difference beUvcen the present national been depreciated: hut, on the contrary, many i t this truthful a urance we commend

. is torch y put by the Secretary of the currency system and the old United States have been highly appreciated by the change.: Northern editor moderation and mutual
be well lit- Massachusetts is due the credit of first [ li.rhc:1ranttlokill to the future rather; 1!
t Treasury, then Comptroller of the Currency, Bank system, it may to enlarge a ;
in his: report to Congress at the last session ; tle upon this point. The United Stales Bank passing; a judicious enabling act for the j to the pa;
and in the same connection he answers some was an immense corporation, by many esteemed : change of her State banks (National nS?cl. '! ;and mutual: enmity.We '
'' I ciations to the city of Philadelp ia the organization ) lemarks in the hope that the .
controlled'by ; these )
" of the ;.rnt rd objections! to paper money and a "huge monopoly, a )pen
ti> any Connection of the ( overln)1cllt1vit11t few men wielding a power xHjfficieiit to control of the t first National bank, :and she :': mo-t: perfect peace and( harmony will ye:

its is. ue. Ho pays : I legislation and the politics of the countrya was also the first:; city to complete the conversion }prevail in this land and that a new career of
and liable abuse of :all her State hanks to National associations. sectional warfare: : may not divide again
Paper) money has been found to be ireful, dangerous power party
| New York was delayed a year; by should he denoting themselves:: "
whether it who
Ilr rath'-r an absolute necessity all commcrial without raising the question was :t people
'- ) countries for the convenient transaction: in fact abused or not. There were no securities [I Governor Seymour pocketing the enabling to the cultivation of a fr.lternalpiriL throughout !: -

: qf )bujinesand) = ; as a circulatin reprcsenta- pledged for the redemption of its notes- act passed: a year ago last: winter; but since the nation. There: :arc objects of st r.-:
the of the law of last: winter her call for t the :attentionof
passairo: :
thc: of values too large: to be represented by no guarantee of Government for their pay- ( imprtanc'hkh(
hanks have almost:: made up tm' the lost timeby conductors (If the -.-.
; : pre
coin Although the fruitful cause of great ment. file national banking:: t<'m on the the intelligent e
I ''viK by rea oTi of its unregulated use, and of contrary i is open and free to all.} Any live t the rapidity of their changing.: The great I without appeals to the pals:-:ioiis and prejti;
availed itselt of the law to the fullest often 'If'vHed '
West: has the who aio( too 1 -
the dices of people
, its umvrtam and fretjuently deceptive char- respectable persons, having requisite }
extent and 'yen the South has: : called for i
t :icter, the general utility of it can hardly be means to pay in the stock may organize a by \viokod and designing iwn.
needed in bank at place in the United States where banks, at all prominent points as fast as our '- .
I tlUestimlt'IL Now, what i is a paper any foothold the I 4I I
armies could a during Avar,
('irculating medium is that it should hc con- banking facilities are required, and not only get
and since it is ended there is no place of importance ,' -.
\'ertible into coin ; that it should he sufficientin arc the notes and Government deposits secured has its Marriage of Ut'IU.dn1ir; altljrtM'ii. -- ;
in all the South that not
amount to answer the purposes of legiti- but a reserve of lawful money is required on file for a National Bank, showing The little deity (h' go\.LIl' s iiit! : preside- :., Y':7--: : )if

business ; that it should not, on the one to be kept by the banks for the safetyof the ready:appreciation our Southern friends over the rites of Hyman, like the dark and

(Hand by being over-issued, encourage extravagance individual deposits. of the system, their confidence in the Government ghastly form liding i the "pale horse,'* love*
and and give an artificial The National Banks are owned and managed t
; speculation, of I and their willingness to invest their ] )a shining mark. The fOflllermHleac1cciflcit
and unreliable value to nor, by men of all parties. -fOurths U.
property ; i means in its securities. :No banks have yet jcomplete. j "hit" Wednesday afternoon. May it
be residents of the State :
)n the other hand, by being reduced below the directors must .! their organization in any of the before death snail claim oiiher'of tin-
the standard interrupt business and where a bank is located, and, as a rule, the long Dahl-
proper Hearllmiral
; in
Pacific States, but several are now processof parties for his own.
unsettle values. It should l be supplied to just owners are residents in the vicinity of the in Oregon and California and who so nobly distinguishad: himself in
the of trade.It bank. No combination can, therefore, existto organization I gren,
extent of the demands a healthy one in Washington Territory. Utah, Neva- I connection with the nayrofthe United Statesduring
should be increased as the regular business influence politics, and if a single bank da Arizona, and Now Mexico, have papers !I the late rebellion, was united in weci- ,F
,>f the its increase, and should lend its influence to aid any political Goddard
country may require bank on tile in short there i< no State or Territoryin lock on the 2d of August to Mrs.
be diminished the demand for it isdiminished. part, the probabilities are that a ; of Ohio I
a* proper which banks are not organized> or in process the daughter of Hon. Samuel Vinton,
immediately organized by men of opposite
of organization.To who in his time, was one of our most distinguished : ,
It is that banks of issue have opinions to counteract its influence, or by is
not pretended Mr. Chase is principally duc the organ- men. The lady of the Admiral not
famished this kind of circulation. Banknotes prudent management: to drive it from the ization of the system, and to the present Sec- only well known in the fashionable circles of \

with few exceptions, have been convertible field. of the Treasury, Mr. McCulloch the Washington, where she has many friends and:
known the stock of X:1tionalBanks retary
into coin when there was 110 demand So far as of small
wisdom no
United present improved law, and the skill and admirers, but is also an authoress
is all owned by citizens of the 1
for there
coin incontrovertible when
the into The 'eldin"hich was entirely -
was \
with which system brought reputation.
and it is likely so to remain-thus
was. They have too generally been issued States, successful operation up to the time when he devoid of display, took place at the

tor the exclusive benefit of the bankers, and avoiding the dangerous foreign influence existing turned its, management over to the present residence of Hev. Dr. Cumin, the! pastor otSt.

not for the convenience of the public, and in the case of the United Suites Branch Comptroller Hon. Freeman Clarke, of New Stephen's church, ::t five in the afternoon t

they have encour.iged eculatronwlientheirtrue Bank,by reason of the.application to foreigners York who has so ably continued what his there being but a few persons present to wii-

mission was to laeilitate trade. It has to help make up} her immense capital. ]had begun. It would be unjustIn ness the interesting: ceremony.: Mrs. Admiral 1
!>eon the bane of bank note circulation that : While, however, the National Banks are predecessor
a this connection to omit mention of S. T. Dahl rcn is said by those who are always
it has been expanded b3T the avarice of the I thus free from partisan politics, they have an for whose which "wight not to tell-u '
Howard Esq.,Deputy Comptroller, telling that they
Hankers, and contracted by the Distrust that important political influence in, one respect.! wise counsel and assistance, both Mr. McCul lady's age.-to l>e several years: the junior of t
banks to and .deposit ; ,
are own
The required
over-issues have created.Xow I loch and Mr. Clarke acknowledge. themselves: the great captain she has n:n<1e happy for lit:* i
amounts of. United States bonds as security tiIF
thi objection) to a bank note circulation large 11H*b":A--
: '
The cir- to have been greatly indebted. by consenting to :a'x*' pt a s : I
for circulation: and deposit?. ,
applies with much greater force to Government ( For the results obtained tho country has: heronIJ. Ikrnltf ,"ifr ; /,- />;-,<*.
filiation is hayed: ) National bondalone. :
i r Them i inducement
*t1( s. ahvavs reason: to congratulate itself. .

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..TIblu't..flcmda(l Pinion: ) \Ve :are: reliably informed that: a meeting; fe : .oustrln"tiol1 5 in ]F1orhln..r.l I at least arc: to still Flu l returning ridn. ;:Some to their tind oh111(!In'S,->rdoned
1 O\VIlLE, FI<.\., .Aug. 4, 1865., ah nn'
olliceis( plantations
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week orthe
he held next the'pcx-se. :
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-- Florida .
have been unfrco.uent in
11- I ) :: not most While< stopping I at Hilton Head

JACKSONVILLE, AUG. 19, 1865. gia railroads, 1 1 for< the 1 purpose{) ,: of effecting an lf the Southern States since the collapse of since I learned] that very sudden a l fevr (dar',

I airan-emcnl. whereby tr..ins. can run from UKKi'bclHon 1 everything has been quiet inFWidu. I of almost daily occurrence. I)alid deaths 3i ntr fUn f-

J i iI The wise(; policy pursued( by Gens.O'lttiore with ( I.\u I
OfFIr-n,1'-r'HJ; : of : wa: his: friends till
r7fil1IiA I Jacksonville to the extreme point railroad t 10()
lL"XIOX. ) : 1 :! O''IO('1[ ;
Voiles Til' hman and Col.! :Purple night, but was dead: before) t at

I With the issue of this number, we commence I communication \': the detention at Lake )} ::1H1'l t the laim,; taken to( instruct the principles ) Flood at Hilton Head, who inorm:f;'. ,111 i
( I
the publication I ] of the second( volume I City. 'i'hltravellers 's: news; will be highly gratifying to o\1'! the now dispensation: ; have no (doubt Government stock, went to bed)) \\ t'l1\<\ har4rt: J |

<)f the Florida; I ltill. ; : and shippers) of merchandise) to the accompanied: l this: n :tllt. Florida: was: the but was; found) dead in his bed in the;?:* 1at

.'t To last: t to sci.d( Committee( :and( Commis.-ioner:: inf. Cant. Lewis! In()
meet the
t ; JlarlorMas
grolvin.n:1i: s:; of this community ; i.l+ 1,, i'Tiial: detention !has: ; }long been: a : t r ;M\ ("harIt',
to Washington establishmentof
to ask! for the 1 ton, died} Middenly in Charleston

j and topve more space i to the rulveilisc-: drawback:i to the, devclom.-r.t;) of business; n civil g(; vcimmmt and( then they were lion of the brain.. Mr.:\ C. lIcrgtilie; tf'; ('r.n, :

ing patronage: which) j h crowding ::upon' our I' throughout! the! !>1 taie.Tliti ;advised: to do <>o I Inthe military: authorities..So t the Graham 1 plantation, tli!- .". (;It

Columns: and yet! have room I : mildJv and \vikely was martial' I:1\: / all- his: bed in the : i
1, enough left in I order 1 from the President Mispendingallcuiiiiajation ; 1 morning: the evening, !>,{ .',.
<)ur 1 paper) to advocate; the i I ministered, .that; .tile i people) : had no occasion: he was in good health.
t of ourpatrons : :> ,\"ill reHc'tH( : ) companies: '
I to 'f h.
and the complain. ;its! every important place Other! cases are reported
some in
people) of I Florida, .as well as i from the srspcnchiih' h:1.4:! embarrassed) should he rarrU.ou. -vl bv colored troops was: about!! a\-:uulah. Xo and
: Itgive them nummary oft the mo>t : their; action t i simv the I clr).*f' of tae war.Thiough at liist; :a liViie.annu/nii) hvt I) t thc.dtensr.oon I : ;: !tion has: yet been given of so mmn f'\plana.(

t important news of the day ;at the earliestpracticable i ) the energy of 3Ir.[ Niblack, Pifeidentof became: familiar with .\c iulit i" 01' (the blacks deaths. Allpcrsuis J : have bun, ;.th-i,\ udo
( 1 moment ]it t \ in: blue, ; they \reit. Illt(1 With their good:I I to I keep out of the extreme heat and
ra0:11'; : intention to ,
( I the Florida: Central' 1 road, materials: have behavior, and 1 times hu'lve; the avoid(
with the] : ; passed:\ merrily use of too much ice water t and i

i .... T....1. ...__commencement,. ',....., .... .. of the! new volumeize. ): i I h.('n pi'OC'ui'ed from the Xoj'tntlmt l f(.......ttin''J'1 1at aI(111,';r-. t.... +, liquors. :-{p niutiGi) .

,: ;miU ( -- Jill' L 1110n" tJ tyice its pre <:n I : portion) of tin-Hack: !! ret'riilj 11 l I! The State is noa mmuu-v department.} :l;I in Florida' : Capt.': (O. E. Bryant !'iird, sudden :

I > To >AO this] \\ e have all) the material] ncfssary -I{ running order Tliiwili I :sa\(- ITe t I ;and" i':iay, consider: 1 itself fortunein J having I dl'] } the ltth of July of eoni'e..:u.ritsuit .- h 1

( with tvPa. ;'joi-j "General Foster: in: cot]].. ]. lie of
j the single i i of : 1 111; !( much exertion and ;.'.
exception 4columrrule eq 1 --c h"h
( which j of! time lost t in l ninnin(!! ? ;,o liain 1 : :-- .. ; .'"\\' .1t I ii j)1 i-ven( tiling: : in good: conditien(," :)nd l such hot sun at the time he captured.str.llment !> ,
we have t in-
l taken: Uie" npce sirvieps ;: I I :;.pcnl}, awell :dil11"r; : and; diviitifii, ;( ; nf i "'!t1:!L: ,l LI j." V.c'II! I known executive abillVjcs!, that t ;; of t Jeff.: Davis' effect? at t '" <

-It to procure.. and expect} !them Jo jjniuoon. : j I ing irom: :aecideu.J3ofii.: ( 1 the roadhave: -l .,i IUtH' no !li-ais: : for the 1 J'IItur<,. Thou] Ji an ) sitting of a trunk and iwo Dosesj. .:I1iD concar,-
j .- ; :. .-.tIO"L} : aarmv: oOicer! l.{'I ll. Foster( adimires t f his correspondeneo (1' file 1 IN c
I /1Yi :) !1.:
maurdlTliciKtie-; i : : contend; ,1. The c< I / ,. c t; ; ? I > <
ruder its prescul editorial i t ft ,iL >fo'.iroluntcer jh1il'rs( and spealt'\| tind oilier thin.! =. '

h AThc ; management! of the rebellion; ] f found( Ihemwiliiout} any 1'1.! !nl.! :. Uonl l'-,1 lo.-cd( 1 troop.He expresses.: ---- -- ... .
Union"will_ :
in the r
1 future! (continue l t othat i were available, their rolling; slocl) :: in b-id\ ( Ln,, ; cap.-.ciiv; : of the negro, and in the [, '
it ..* Sititr ,9Iaarti..
: what! it ha 'oipit
:: > hctti in the j past: a linn .- '5. !Lis: rucli-m( is: aiixiouthat* full j
>up- condition !
; the motive of '
power out re1)nir.lh/ li
1 1n J
j porter ofthe National: ) Government, and a:n [ I; J' 'PTo f. tJl'; don' his race. J i The g.viat change in the social) : V K'm
machine) ? h01h without the maKrial \!" n-::! !.<- I 01
(;Governor the I i tlc Statc-:
earnest t advocate Wvli.nm. sitate 'e'in
? chan
< of the fon.y.,1 a .
( people( rhhN,; : without I i the' :u-cc'>.-d'J: : !'C"1811! .-. ; in short, with ii'jJhiu! ;!! : : .,1n"bt: nitedt3a; ,; one or the l-) t lion of the constitution; and mlmyfctatutes. ;a I.a

1)1) regard( to parly. clique:: i.-sues.i I only i inM [I j '; "I h If'( J 1){ ', on'' 1.8even" L iniul'1'e'tu\(.ilt t .1ohtnoil 1 1 llS'YI : I The JiuJinarv f ; thestronger
= far to commence business] ::: on. The 1 seizure r of t till' ta'tw'BIr..t1Te, will need 1 :( thtlrtluzI) ,
> ::s they lend in : and I Idld and 1 w
i : .the s-amc; direction. I 1 1I tla(1tplace, ; r.1 his South: wholesome re -r-inizatioih: !
road by thelniiililvaitlhorjtjcs; :: pC'l'hap.; .: J h''pt! n e "and A f
| ] { word t
It will continue to ( .r I.'t anQt- ut1spent: ',(( :) (()l1ntY. criminal code than lia.t ll'rctntrf';
fearlessly: OPpoulll) ; 0. dollar ) e'xbt
: I .h :
l\ One red,
expose !them running for .a hrrc''k:-:, when lhywould : 4\' ) ,, II .h-, '1'1" !: :{' HJ'h-j I and a more summary 1/rOC(;ac-tl1aIi ;. ".
corruption in
high! l places, and: t the I $ 1M f :- > K-
nbuse of have: otherwise; bun.) ompelled: ( In ;stop, r aril(1 M'rvinfiftyVlr 1 ; :.., ,be amended b YI'1. 1e \\as asvm i: found in the Circuit Courts tot !b ui&liwsaiid
)power] by) those in arilun ity..f. I II \ ; and," and also ; men of j '
I <. iu should be *
pout 1 1i ;!.lt V I est 1,11x.
but furnir-lied '
tliem i .
I ( 1:0 material; ; aid in } :first sentence ; and .' I n:
J.1 \. STICKXEY.Editor 'I'fitting'//I i p.IIII.\>; ui'li :avearao srl .the word "wareho\c', t:." .1.l.; ?I! I police: regulations !should he .;;trin/ ) _,'
i I The seixuic]] I by t the I: I'. S. ?,Iai>: hal 1 the Shcrit'should(
and<1 Proprietor. ;greatlyI ; ;! f hc \\'n bed by law for'.1 ht' has have his hands =r. :>.tr-C'flo'll.

I t cmbarj'as&cd} ; ( them In : illlC rc'--il'IIJHot',4i't} 1 : << Striking! ant the Rrcak I ('nel that he mhc fiillahl ,
_l M ..-e--- I,, . rendering) :any ;tfran'. ci : min! lien thereof ewoo ( to r'nfrlu'p-----.. ..t...

-Yin' [ : JII: OKTA S'E OF I'TTrKr: I J meininey( might- IUMKC( (II' :any cont(, met cn- to.-r Writ 01( t IH' WI: r h 1 ( ... 1/, ,. l(1tin I_, ; : .; preserve order.

lLEG I I.'i'O!{ :\... I I lered into, liable to be, her' \r(-'-;1. TinSj9 %d by striking OUVH') ; Each: County should be dividt-d into (ij>.
,1 at time ullulIecl coal ou,"* L
any ;: 'words "refined l.tricfwith
} deputy slierifl< in
A was unflinching in hn each, with
liter*' in a late: number of the Gainesville ; : r Xow, t that I t they are freed f from: t this)i embarrassment ) : I flag, Font one 3fclnto.-h: t"'ll tyt iWbzole'ds distmed;" also byin-orre4 4 conuwer man\L. on their 1 1)1U, as in the I J case of t the-

: CEra" in referring( to the abovesubject I ,,'e ;arc dad; to see the right spirit position and] untie Jfefnu elI and before the tenth da" tfl" to ('all.upon fill' per;-ons between) ccr-

r : in conncctian with the various chanin manithtec11JY into cd to :!l'al1tIanin :a. i : words, "and ear of the d tf ton id! them whrnevor] Oppo IOn
entering :nrang'C'mpJ1tto; : the tl8- as are charged tries in said boo. -lf.
jtts societjwhich the( war hi-: brought, avoid useless detentions in L mOll tinS- But in I le:-;;:Cus ;" copy shall>e:vei .,.
to (1,
traveller. nat
about/ days ; and merchandise. ho became: t'rrill1alarmed! for stilled," and be- case the duties shall cj.nro Iso j mule, ihTt.(

: I : t 1The arrival ()if one of the "L' br canned": demand thereof, the sath.J,('
The builing! mm(, 01':1, t L"cjineii: ;;u v or ; We learn, ;alo that l boU: l" opened 1 J his:::; eyes t to new state t inserting af notice, distrain for the satt\l state.
: eifortsare: tie deemed
strong :;
State Prison, becomes of mo/ :-t iirtrent"and! II I beingmade and lIt"a;) glad: to accept th" kWrisonfices ditional on the amount jpe"Uo asSflnble J } v.ili
very tes licenses, : Ccr-
I : to establish i line I sions of law relating o
paramount irll])OftailCe. TJie revision of)t our) I a of steamers;; from Xew( 1 of Judge( Marvin: :and get away :!< "i 1 at the paymentof tai liens. tines, ena1ti 8,tlt.l( tic: pC0-
:. criminal code, equally so for) what York to Jacksonville another; from the inconsistent herewith in the case of other ...I ,
; : is the Xew Orleans ly as: possible. The I Judge ha< =pcnt 1 the, : not
use of declaring that such and such: crimes to St. Marks two in the of Xew York sand tares ; and such duty shall be paid by the man( lrer .
i alHlmisc1ell1cmoI 1: ; the railroad: between the I years; city :(nd! Ac or the person for whom the goods are manufacbred -

1 Ii ,- and) 1 imprisonment: ': s shall be punished bv' line two points( to connect with each line. The thoroughly......_po.-tcd. : ._ iii.. .the......moral and politic::! .f as the assessor may deem best for the collection utr 1
when the l"c'""" 1.. 1. f1. 1'rouided. That it 8 all be the duty llf ,
culprit I) hall lines of j\-;:<\JU;' lilUtlI; UJII\: \\ .u. 't1e reyenue : .' .. _.' ._ __ -'
..t probability, has no railroads through the South I \ or emlor 01 Un-IOU or ower Wii n-
money and the State has: :; havebeen If any Floridian has :an\ idea that Slavery i "I iymanufacturrr-. manufactured tobacco, on dewtll
no prison. in
r ] }) so completely broken up that many in any il'ub( to l be( rC-(':>tablished; in the : The Cora"er covering internal revenue, to render to such

With! all due! respect; tin' his:: opinion, we months must) elapse before they can again bin c State: Governor :Marvin's:; forthcoming proclamation i I :'# a ('('tlmrrect; 8la meutd' vcre fi d by oath or other alW-

beg) leave to ; will banish such notion: linycr.l m mfluenoe; t fo)! amount of tin foil or
suggest that for every dollar working order. In the meantime, the tide !.plivered to any person or person
appropriated They will be taught that the negro i is as:; free ,/destiny. \\ e shotted( and iu case of refusal negihrowing -

i the from the} funds of the State; for of travel and business towards( the South must as any man in the State, and will remain free /( ( : aside all p re I Went, or of course. to beto: .

erection of a State Prison, n hundred, I llncl a channel somewhere. By the establishment forever( and that all the rights of a citizen of send the ablest men wlicfiit"examinmtioii- the aS**>-

yes, a thousand dollars should I of such the United Stales pertain; to him. The Convcntion personally: ]] or not to of per-
,. be expended a route the people) of Florida: represent j in the same BOB-

rrtheluildingofs) ch c)o] hOU.sandrhulchs. have the golden opportunity to develope (the and the Legislature which may be veution.Gainccrille "' '(:lJ L'rn' "'-lznt;, thii5naut .
Educate elected, as well as the people generally: will j I .. "=\ Ij..
the rising generation to a familiarity: resources of the State and place her rapidly be( advised( to make full and ample J provisions I --- "" '

with the spelling book) and the catechism ; on the road to prosperity.) But to effect this for the education of all the children rf the From the Gainesville New Urn: Au.tb.

teach the State, black as well as white. The Florida.
children of all scheme there question
classes to have a must be a unanimity of action.
I of suffrage will be left where the President

wholesome respect for( the ten commandments It necessary, petty local conveniences: must begiven has put it-with the Convention and the The combinations of elements and re>ources -
[ in Florida
k I and we will guarantee that the people up for the present. Xo section or community I Legislature. President: Johnson's idea of i in the course of, arc suflicient to constitute her.
years Paradise
.' (of Florida will never have to be very. heavily ever prospered hy' trying to force State sovereignty is very clearly defined, and country::: and it is the duty of the of tlu-to
people (
consists in the
taxed: for the erection and maintenance of stoppages to tnnelerfor: the sake of their of State power of the white population cultivate: the highest: degree of State prick(
a to justice to the negro, or to de- .
State and do all
Prisons. in their
hotel and power to excel in all that
patronage, we sincerely trust him of '
no 1 privc his God-given and inalienable I: euno 1inrr :_mrl (.lH1r1rtn1"1H,.,. ",I'.... _Ion. ., .I
----- such --no uu "''''''''' '- ';:::\J\ \It : au\!
and *
narrow-mindedness "
to fJnx
miivri *
will stand in the war <: him. .Tnlmsinii. nf
.. ------- good people.( For the i'ltrade
HAILUO.\D ACCIDENTS.-The passenger carof of perfecting this scheme. The relations Georgia instructs his people that their deleJ J i is; somewhat paralyzed present but a

,, the train which left Jacksonville gates: must form >:itch a constitution" as already largr
for LakeCity which Florida by quantities of
may bear to the commercial 1 Congress will be) considered goods are being sold, and people
"republican") in
on :Monday afternoon ran off the track world] the tide of eniratjonwhich may flow form, ;and it is hoped that Congress\ will ic- are gradually assuming a usinessJikc'and

four miles east of Baldwin. The wrecked into cheerful attitude. Our condition i is vast-
the State
carwas the influence thus exerted all cognize no State government who-e consti-11 i
ly superior to of the Southern
left standing on the track while tution provides for the further any States, and
I( the remainder may have an important bearing in counteracting degradation j while we mourn over the destructionof
of general
; of the train moved the African race. To deny ;an education
on to Baldwin i
,, the evil effects of property and
the acts of J consequent suffering:
hireling and
.--' where the conductor supposed he would be tools of tax-paying man the of others, we have much left over :which To
( f.E i i able to political demagogues, and more 1 privilege of voting, because; of the color of'f feel grateful.
.. telegraph to Jacksonville in time to his skin would '
speedily replace in the hands imply that unpardonable imbecility
tf. of the -
Except slaves the loss
people of
in th '
the <
warn freight train which and property
: was to leave the }power to regulate their wickedness: still remain among j I State during !four
i i; t own internal af US.'c years of war is"a men
.Jacksonville anticipate that the work]
a few hours of
afterwards. reconstruction -
On fairs.: I cipher
: '. :; in Florida. will 1 compared to other States. The
(' arriving at Baldwin the go on pleasantly amount of Marketable
operator was absent and result produce in the State,
---' !
l -4IJ> a 0''rJII satisfactorily.;;
; ---- -
rendering it impossible !j i shipped and sold, would her'in State
{ to put
telegraph.1 The United States Marshal Hemil1 t a
a I : ATLANTIC1' CABLK.' : ]has been of
conductor quite active in prosperity, it would be a good policy
immediately requested the commanding Five ferreting out and "
Hundred confiscating for all
; t Allies of the (1al>Io Rebel I I| parties owning such to dispose -
Payed I property
officer at Baldwin to send men to property, and on the 17th of August a 1 of it. Gold is
r a much safer investmentthan
: '" out. large part of ;Jacksonville
the wrecked car in order to display was to have been cotton, and all of the
i ii .r" a. signal 1 sold. There seems to have been cotton in the

of danger to the approaching freight train, I FATHER POINT, Aug. 7', lSH( in bringing on these sales. Much I great of the haste Sate should be shipped to the highest market.

but they failed to reach the spot in season to The steamship Damascus, from Liverpool I belongs to persons who have been property re parties do not desire to part with the

i July 27, via Londonberry 28 leased from all whole of their cotton, it could be shipped)
July civil
prevent it from running into the wrecked passed disability by the mnnes-
sonic stored
here this city and
car. insured.
evening en route to Quebec. t ty proclamation and their A part could
are on
The engine and three cars were thrown from The political news by the Damascus is un I from Northern prisons. Before leaving way home New be sold without any serious damage to the-

"' .the track by the collison. Fortunately, no important.The York Gov. Marvin made a representation of present holders, and the circulation] of a portion -

'one was seriously injured. The engineer advices from the Great Eastern are these things to the Attorney General of the fit to of the the money would be of general bene ..
auspicious. At people.
<, t i was bruised. 10 o'clock on the morning of United States, and the sales were
if slightly The postponed
4 running of the the 28th the Great ; One difficulty the
1 Eastern was aboutJ 450 and in the future the control of all such upon part of many who
: trains was delayed two days, until the miles out, from matters desire to go into some kind of business, is the
U- t t trackcould Valentia and had paid out; t is to be, to a great extent, in his hand
l c' 1 be cleared. 500 miles of the cable. The signals This arrangement disturb the want of the means which is due them. All .
good and the weather may feelings persons who have produce and debts
-- J fine. of certain cliques and parties but it will owe
( ConnEcTIoK.-The I; t tCommercial to the peace and the welfare of the State. sell and pay them, there are many
from !
place which
our I men in this
: who
In his recommendations for official country were in the army

correspondent dated his letter, in which he Intelligence. in the State, Gov. :Marvin has most position that cannot raise ten dollars, while people

a brief The Brokers' Circular reports the sales of[ care- who are in the country can them the
gave summary of Gov. M rvin's Cotton in fully discriminated in favor of those who all pay
the Liverpool markets, for the week 1 the little debts they owe them, which is really
speech at Lake City published way through the conflict have
a bf us last ending with firmly all
Thursday at 49,000 they are worth in the
bales ; of eschewed Rebellion and stood the world.] Such A
weeK by Govenl-
t was inadvertently charged b}' ourcomposiforto which 7,500 were taken on speculation, and I ment. This is no more than what course would soon start business of all kind
the Secessionists
t''t'x Y : j.,: "Tallahassee." 10,000 for export. The market had been expected and is again, and we would soon be in a flourishing

.. '.. :. nRELIGIOUS dull, and prices 1-d. highly satisfactory condition.
-f.'; ..... for American
'- ,. '1t :: ; ,-, 04. *.. ... 14d. and to our loyal people.
I a 3-4d. lower
ji ; for Mechanics
; .: : {, other descriptions. The weather is generally, have debts due them
XO CE.-Services of the The authorized exceedingly hot, and it is apart in
quotations by those
country able with
." : f' are Middling of our business to to pay a
; "keep cool
.j :0' '\ Church Tvilltfc held. in the Episcopal Orleans 19 34d. ; Middling Uplands and Tex- ly in the middle of the day. On the, especial of' little exertion,and if they could get the money,,
19 score
of this cit as, l-2d. The sales on Friday the 28th health they would soon working to develope the
Chapel R ()-morrow (Sunday)) were 5,000 bales we have no reason to complain. There"
tne market country.
morning, at half pat ten, and in the evening unchanged. The closing dull and is some sickness, but no prevailing epidemic. do
p stock in port was estimated The people We not think it would be good policy
I are quiet, confiding in the authoriti
at 3 .o'clock. ,_ at 322,500 bales of which 30,500 are American. Paroled prisoners and pardoned for persons
$ ofli- courts arc opened) for judgements might
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t)11 them, when they may be less able
(rtlllf UP 'I The Markets.. NOTICI i t'ALUWKLL AMORRIS.; .
avi huu: now.It .
iK'i-u our disposition to advise THE i SUCCESSORS TO IWKWEU & C LOWELL
1 has: plano I NEW Yt'UK, August 7th. Ice week days from 7 A. M. to G P. M., and > ,

tel"-' hold ("()ItOl1., hCaUSeve believe that GOl(1. . . . . . . 14334. Sunday from 8 to 11 A. M. Orders for ice to leave on COTTON FACTORS AND GE En \L COMMISSION:: 4
"niM 1eertaill: to advance in the trans or steamboats to leave prior to 8 A. M. must :
1111 ,, l advanced Bn tDsnri F8. be sent in the afternoon before. W. A. YOUNG. ': MERCHANTS,
r.Hlnll1y well
!iI rl as as coiwhile August 19-2t ,* ;f
(' ) i'0'ilon, has: : been both burned and Extra Superfine State and western fiJur.$6 25 a G 50; -_____ I 2O Old Sill Nest York.:
? II
sjoit-n j ia: ('<>n:>derable( 1 q quantities: whichriaki '' Choice G40a6CO NOTICE. I II s. L'. CALDWELL I B. ('. NORMS, ji:.
it ;r.ttli'T rNky to 1 hold 1 it in the connJY Common to medium extra''V'stern 7 70 a 7 85 8 HEREBY FORBID ANY ONE TRESPASSING ON
\\tuink (under the} \ circumstance :Extra round hoop Ohio .'. .S a 9 40 my lands for the purpose of cutting eru 's-ties or August; 5 Gut
?, Western trade brands. 973' a2 fiO lightwood, either on the tract lying on the Jacksonville r \ .- -
,1-'t 1: i.'-;.;}Ml'l h do well! to get it out of the Common Southern. . ... . 0..7.5 a 8 75 Railroad, or the Dell's Muff tract, on tho St. Johns I Notice to SJuilder. 4

".';"ltl'. ( Fancy and extra do.. .. 8 80 a 12 23; I i\"er. MILES: : PRICE. "IIE subscribers have for sal, and will tteliverat tinB '
;Vr-.M- r.'iu'ct'nt: that in certain sections Common Cana ian.. . . . . .6POa725 August 10!:-2tp B mouth of the Suwannee river, or at iV.'.ar Kevs.
| (rood to clioicaand "tra. . .. . .. . .730a925; YELLOW: PINE TIMBER of all sues and excellent
.iu.ri., ;., .: singular, sysJejn of stealing and Kyo Hour (superfine) 5 50 a G 10 3 50. OO(1HI OF LAN i I'Oll HAIs quality. We are also prepared to lurnish Ship JIast

r ,itl. :,i' tii.v; : :jr.others! who intum-jo: : to \r0t it Corn meal, ,T C'rse .4 90 a 5 00 ACRES: OF TilE BEST IMPROVED: 1 I from 70 to 90 feet in length, on short notic. For particulars

ttiti?!I 1itl';; dantrcr: of iscin* detected. 'Under l'0l'n1l1C'al lira-ndpvinc .. . . . 5 75 a 5 80 50. 000 kinds in Middle and Ibst: Florida for I address REDDING A: :FitPUN:: .

-ji-h 'l5': odf.ur::; It I 5 certainlv the best Corn mf.'nl'Hr.Jndine: ,innulheons' .no 00 u -_ i c ale. Pani'-s wishing to settle or purchase land will I July .1mp Sandy Ford, Fla. i
: CoTTyx'- 'E'iio market was very active, and prices find it to the ir advantage to address us. All corn munications -----------
1 l tea 1 tilt it beyond the reach of such thought ui. cl,ans<*d, ('ontinu'ery iinu. The sale
poiic-y( : to i-i-nrc prompt attention must llave"-enclosed :otlcer to those alum to I5tii (l.PETLIl .
' : : I were about 200 bales. "NVe quote : live dollar: S. P. UICHAllDSON: & CO.,
rletrtrit'.s.. KERN. X.Drullllt..nlRlI ,
--- -4 COTTON.Upland. August. J'nltll) 1adison. Florida.HEArKiUAlTTE"RS .
S.oynlty! of .'lo.itUnuoi. --- --- -------- and IJuJItlor.T .
!'lrn-ua..Lo6ile..1'. () tC T.
l.\ (' o'-f.iMoniilly; J! see Minethin: ; from some OFdiI';.,.1.\... .. . . .3G <'::'7 :ii .. 3 D1ST. OF FLORIDA.TAU.AHASJ.KK. T* undersigned would inform lm old friends that
...vjv.iv-r.-liwr/; ;: : rJiar;; '!!!rinpr!: the want of "lovv" 1 \ jjh1li1); 4c; .jr 40/; 47 .: ; Fu\, August 1st, 18G5.: | he is prepared to furnish plans for Cottages.
'I' :: Tl;nod nlidQ1ii .' Villas, private residences, public; bni1tli1gl': Also
Floridians.aly 50
\tt'*-)tl1 1 g ( r l ;,:.! 1)3 G):\:1.: OIDltU.t
No.12. designer!' in wood, plaster and clay. Jobbing:: promptly
; '>-, !1! meun: adherance and obedience to Bt'TTEI i: is good demand and 1 rmer. AVe CllloLu : J. attended to. PETER KEUNAN.
1. In ob-'dieiioc General Orders'
to No. 118, of the
i' ri.: ; / HTn, with no hostile intention or i-\. Y. State, Welsh tubs strictly; fine per' lb..31 a JJ: \4ar j.artuient, dated Washington, June 27,1885. July 29-Imp

t,. 'hi 'iia X. Y. Stat, Welsh tube wliite and ll1ixNl. 2.3I
poor a rioaiaa.H. .
V I'' aAsnnui that there are not t three Southern Ohip. . :{.. '. a 4i .1 OI I .TO La.
All issued by Brig. (Jen. John Newton,
.',.': ; ,> i" found in all Florida l : who entertain I I Mich., Ill., Ind. i: Wis., -6M to fine 1 ow.25' 27 1 While in command of the Department, will remain In 'YlOI.JS.'l.I] n ItErAIL IRU.GIS'I'BAY
!; 'i.-.j-: ; l.o>U'" purpose towards tin: Federal Mich. 111. Ind. & WIS., coning to 1I1c ium..22 a.2t I A-rcc until furtlie'r orders.

i ? .1iH'nt. Flat! a people should feel sore! MODASSKS: -Wo hear of only satall iobbin? salr'S, in- l III. Captain E. WooilrnlT, 7th Infantry, is hereby : STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
I ; :( eluding Porto Hico at 80 We. barrels NewOrleans
a aM.a few
Assistant tlwIkpartIlH'lIt
as Acting Adjutant Geneial, of
.1 "n.. : t'I11'gt't'( from a greatstrugf..1(', in at $1. Would call the attention of dealers and consumer rt
\.1\\ I' and will be obeyed and respected accordJ. -
', "t :l(':: hilVC 1Ltnlllion' 01 pro.1''rt ", NAVAL STOKKS Spirits Turpentine i diS ll nt $1 13:; a ingly. G. FOSTER: to his large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent
\ : ideas of $1 40 fur American ; llosinsare in good demand and li1 Medicines: Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils, Window! Glass! x
hall dr:4roy thel'a (' }- AIul:>t \ Maj. Gen. Commaniling.
.\\.1 l 11'\\1' ; quite firm at ?I G 25 a $G :50 for Common :r..11 $7 a $i-! for ._. Stationary, &c., &c., among: which may be band :
of --- ------- -- ---- ,
I., .It.. .'}..,.i .t'o\. "(>rnuwnt nut\ 'Inl 111)1'1\. I Strained, and No. 2 to No. 1. Tar >"' steady .At *:H a QCAHTEHSDEP'T FLOHIDA.\\ SnlphateQuinine,
n..I' .". ll1.ltt'r,...--- ol'siinmwBut. even while ?0 50.T ( OF Castor Oil, .

,11"rl'I'r': their di-asK1"8 may he felt and ::-- --- ,-:= -:-: ::::::;-::::-:.:.:. :-:: === -=: -:'_-..:.':: d FIRST SEPARATE BRIGADE, I). F. 1 I Cream Tartar, -
Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 16.1863.; ] Calomel,
Mill hostile purpose, are
v-1 1. :: : '
\ : {'; : General Orders No. 32. Bine Mass!' ;
:ltl; 10.:'lt-l:: results ; )or are they indulged 1ST ( lit LETTKKS REMAININGJLJ l In compliance with the provisions of General Order I Sulphur,

T I \i i ; Idt the lore and the < itt/tnitinxin, of a ill the l ot Ofiiee in -/arksonviJu; Florida, Anl.Vih -'. No. 88, War Department, Series 18fij: and General Order 3laguctia' &,; .
C, when subdued requires I ISO( : No. f i, C. S., D. F., it is hereby ordered, that all PATENT MEDICINES. ;,
"-' '_" lwot" officers, or enlisted men, or persons employed in or Townscnd's Sarsaparilla, *
'. : ,; ;i111(', and gpmTou* dealing: at I (It..TLEML': .IKr. with the military forces serving in this District, who Ayers Sarsaparilla, ,

,. j jl,.,I1:. ;. of the vieloi.IH '. ; A. I' 11. may have received, or have under their control, amproperty Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ;
)!' \Fm*? fought gallantly while then; was Arno-.v. B; J. l O(1pcr, Thomas A. which shall have been abandoned by the own- AyerV Ague Cure,

!fight.rIilat! hope having been des- Allen,. F." )T. }11apyarc1, Josiuj bt or owners, or captured from the enemy, including Indian Cholagogue,
M jv .a 1'? j Harris, (ieorfjeK. ip property seized under military orders, except such Davis' Pain Killer,
-rroyc.f!/ they yield gracefully to the force liarton. .1-DrOm as may be required for military purposeshall' promptly Had ways Remedies,

'Aiiv-rnsUnecs! : :: ; not meanly and cringingly, Bon. Lc "i3, iKniirht! ])oc". A. \1'. turn over all such property" the Assistant Special I 'all11cstock's Vermifngf,
of iJi'L," & (:auovms I iKoolinun, II. Agent, Treasury Department, in Jacksoir-illc, who is Worm Candy, .
"'.I'liilin the supple hinge- the knee that
: :; ) Um1, tort t L. authol zed to receive the tame, and to gi\c the usual South American Fever and Augue Remedy, ?
i.irili j nxiy follow tawinghut proudly, as RDdholu, Qp. i iP: Lowe. ColnmlwMnllaikey receipt: or vouchers therefor. Brown's Ess. Ginger, ;1

!ravr;! hif.i yield, from the promplU'sHftrue .uckmister, ;. t. I ;01. By order of Brig. Gen. I. VOCHKS.August Winslow Soothing Syrup.; ( i
and of U Brock, Cap:. Ja ,,/ :! : : John, 'J 1U S. L. MclIEXRY. ]lvatt's; Life Balsam, ;
'liinnlio! :> 1 1. high sense duty >
Veljieau's .
C.C.oarm8.jaim.Ry ;).Mratheneth ly Remedy,
-. lvf<, tu: !their State and to the ("ov then\-I > [McLean, Doc. Win. A.Moffitt HEAD-QUARTERS: DEFT OF FLORIDA. Mif-tang Liniment, <

\, :!i.i'l'-r which t.l:..')" live.( -Jacfaftiirille( : 1 Cole 1" : Jos. A. TALI.AIIASSKK.! August 7th, 1865; Roger's;:; Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, /

\ -- '. .. Cre bC. John |. targra11l1l, G. W. $ (t ENntr OUDKIIS: )l McMunn's: Elixer,
[From the Milledgcville; L"niq"J-- I C'' 'tcr. David i.McCary: Shad --I: No. 13. J I British Oil, \}

: it Jlsilies Xo iMirirtr(- thave ... .:{ >tlt: say fiatiiKv cooper.Villiaft I :\. Photograph Albums, \
: \\(- : heard several: 11. I I will be divided into Districts, us follows :- "
. ir.Lend to suWmbe; *!l.... the a.u.1'ui4y Cbamplin Levi t ;. iXewsam! 1' 1'. 1st. The District: of East Florida to be commanded Backgammon Boards,
did not .
i Cambell. Mr. I P. Blank Books
; by lirig-Geii. Vogdes, U. S. V., Headquarters at Jacksonville '
'" :" and their priiitJpil njl80n'1. I Couriens, John !rulvhur;: >t, C. ; and to include all that part of Florida lyingNorth Wallets,
i'-Vi i the only reawn tilt'}' giY*', >., jw that,>" .iiitinA' l Cou>part, J. I i:. of a line drawn from Indian River Inlet to St. Mirrors, i

no iliit-riire whfiher( they tal-c/' ]{ or Cole, A. II. & C... ''Jlobans, 1'cterIieadniaii Joseph's Bay and East of the Suwannee River. The Hair, Tooth. Clth, Shaving t
\ ;' 1)- Smart military force in this District will constitute the 1st and Whisk Brushes &e." &.!
i! 'n,, -t, :: ,tt tIt: > "wr took :an {) l: ..., :, support DcCanlne. J. M. !jllohinson, L'h irleKoyers Separate Brigade. PERFUMERY, ETC. '*

! he la\\s ail!'! oonstitutioti of t V ;5'v itti states I Douglas, George J >lm 'Jd. The District of Middle Florida to be commanded Lubin'.s Lxtracts,

More!+ the war and th('/ can .0 reason K.Kdmondon ;Stc maIl, A. J. by Brig. (;eit. John Nekton, U.; f S.: V., Headquarters at Night IloomingCereu3: ,
I Jcs..l. I heroul'c, J. E. Tallahassee ; and to include all that part of Florida "L'.1: aneextracts.: .
necessity for doing H r' : \Ve tell ,all I
IT Earl: John :colt, Barren F. lying between the Suwanuee and Chattahocchee Colognes,
;.n('l1, both here **IM'YK'Kthat!\ : there are i Ebaon1: 'jP. ';Sularge, A. Rivers, Apalachicola, and ten (10) miles surrounding, Hair Oils, Scap,,

many good; n::'on* \\ ::iiiUuy I i should take the Sullivan, 11. H. and tins Sub District of Key West. The troops in this i Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder,

.aimvty oiMi: and, also, that there ian; imniudiat' Fuller, Captain JkivchdFanner Sams, Felix J. J' District will constitute the 2d Separate Brigade. Sterling's Ambrosia, Kendall's Amboline, &e., &c.
Joei H. |Sams, Nat :U. The District of West Florida to be commandedby CANDIES.
;' ud rcing necessity for so doing. 1'rankliu, Francis: 2 ':Smith) M. W. Brig. (:Cl1. A. Asboth, U. S. \'., Headquarters at Gum Drop=;, Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Peppermint

Xo ain; will) deny, no matter how ardent a Falany, Ben !IStebbins, C
-.{-.'ovionki he may: have been-or how well}] Fleming, Lewis Samuel West of the Chattahoochee River, excepting ten (10) STATIONERY. 1
1'erin, Christopher ,Stewart, A.11. miles around .flpalachicolu. The troops in this District
li;' Ir'j:: red to achieve the independence of ,G. Smith, I>anl. P. will constitute the 31: Separate Brigade.4th. I Letter Note and Foolscap Paper,

ik \ .'l:'('
that he forfeited all protectionfrom H. |VanAinhurKli, M. C. at Key West ; to include that part of Florida lying
will deny Hyatt, Isaac ; Wilson, Miller & Co. South of a line drawn from Indian River Inlet to St. Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives: an.l Scissors1.
amid disclaimed all allegiance to theivcmincnl Hart, D. W. Warren, W. J. Joseph's Bay. The commanding officer will report to TOBACCO. ,
of the United States when his Harmon William II. Willard, Doc L. )[. Brig. Gen. John Newton, Commanding District of /'

the Union. :No will JleJrn, 1. ... .. . .. . .. Middle Florida. I Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet, #J
:State sNcdetl1rOlu man and Anderson's
Killickinick Shanghai Smoking To--
Each District Commander will, as soon as possible, .
deny! that he i is now in the Union and can I.M>IIS LIST. render a :Special Report, stating the location of Posts, bacco. .r I
A. I K. Cigars of the best!:: brands. ., f
the Commander of same, and the number of troops at :
governmentlfthe Ash, Amelia Mir:; King: Mrs. Pourlv PIPES.
each, the condition of the country occupied by them I I ;
B. j L.Lycurgus. the Depot from and by which supplied, the quality and Mcrschaum. ;
life and property. >It is his; duty, then, to Brock: :, :Mi-s Jennie Alice quantity of supplies that can bo procured at a less cost Imitation ::Merschaiun j

acknowledge: Iris Allegiance to the government Brown, Mrs. I''. II. jLyi-urgus'Mrs.: Julia than from the regular Depot, tho Railroad and Telegraphic Bricrv.-ood Rosewood, Applewood. Clay, &r4
Brown, Mrs. Tabitha Ladson, Mrs. Silvy; communication and other informationthat Diamond and Safety Matches.:: f .
i under which he lives, and it his intert any
C. M.
I may be deemed useful SYRUPS; ETC. !
( : to become, as soon as possible, invested Christopher, Mrs. Eli'beth McFadden, :Miss Anne By order of Maj. Gen. J. G. Fo>TEa: LIQUORS

with: ali the rights of citizenship. lIe may, D. jMixon, :Mrs.: William Ollicial : E. C. WOODRUFF, Brandy, ;

if he chooses live here, and never cast a vote, Dongra-;, \latiltb':: i' N. Capt. 7th Jntantry & A. A. A. G. Sherry Wine, :' .

F.Falana ''Niblack, Mrs. lamella ...__..___-- ----... r --- Port Wine, '
State II ;;1I
of the
or be qualified as an officer gov- Miss Alice J. P. --- -------- -- I Holland Gin,

, rnment, but he expects to be secure in the :Floyd, Uufiler 31r 'Powe'sIiss:: Maggie NOTICE. Whiskey,

iijovmcnt. of life\ liberty and properly under Feeles, :Miss Charlet Powers, Mrs. Lida i WEEKS AFTER ITe I WILL APPLY TO I I Blackberry; Brandy, _
i Frclinss, Mrs. Chrrlotto Pyles, :Miss: Jane SIX Judge of Probate, for Duval County)", for letters Lemon Syrup,
States as ,
iiie lawfthe: government, Vanilla Syrup,
Fleming Mrs. M. It administration the estate of Martha V. '
well as those:! of his own State. Can he ask, Fuller, Miss: ?tlar..J.. I P.o iUOIIiss: :: Jaw :Stone of late of said Count upon, deceasecl.Ani. Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup. '.

"::1 the one hand, privileges, for which he is G. S. 1:.-6\\". GEORGE STOXE. PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 1! ;
render reciprocal obligations Gray, Mr?. Isabelor I Spencer Mrs. Jane __ ....... _...__.___ _w....._. -.
not willing to any H. Stcphans, Mra.: Eugona White Lead, i

? But why stand aloof? Do you believe Holmes, 3Ir;. Alexander Sanders; Mrs. Cely J.. J. (;fILMAHTIJOHN n.\ XEItY. L'. TV. PRUM ION]) Chrome Green, ;
that slavery has been abolished contrary Hogarth, Mrs. L. A. I Scroggius, :Miss: HarriottI 1 Chrome Yellow, ;"
W. I.. J. UUIOIA11TIX A CO.; Prussian Blue,
of the U. S? If
to the constitution you ;
Johnson, Mrs. Rosa I Willard, Mrs. A. K. 2 f Red and Black Paints
io, refusing: to take the amnesty oath will Jenkins, Mrs. Peggy Winters, Miss Laura 2! GENERAL SHIPPING, Linseed Oil Benzine. I

,never re-establish slavery ; as well stand on Johnson Clarah Winters, Miss. Sarah COMMISSION; AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Plaster Paris, Whiting, &c., i*. i

time shores of time and call back the spirits Johnston, Mrs. TirgiuiaOdworth! : MissCarie : Window Shades 'f

the dark .. .. . .. . ... .. . Willey, Mrs. Francis L. Xo. 118 Kay Str't.Jl'JlfJSilc Liquid Blue,
from eternity that have crossed over Petroleum,

I river of death during the four years of war. J55T.Persons to calling Ailivrtised.for any of"the above will please ( the City JIuM, X tlanllah,.Ge.Jl'gia. I Congress Water,
be particular i>ay Seidlitz Powders
But there i is a pressing necessity now for I 1\. H. IiiED, Postmaster. Particular attention given to procuring freights, and Citrate Magnesia, ; t

('verv man worthy of citizenship to take the filling orders for htrtll'ine timber and lumber, cotton, Extract for making Root. Beer, &c., &('.. ;

oath* lie is needed to assist the State he RICE !I RICE I! RICE III wool, hides, &c. 1m August 12 June 10-tf
loves! and whose banner of wisdom, justice ----- --- I *'
;*ud moderation, covers him, to renew Kouutr ,
life, and to enter once' more upon a course ofprosperity to received on consignment OEO. ,W.and ATWOOD for sale. Apply ERWIN A lIAlll'EE. I A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of i

: : and greatness. The right of suffrage August 12-Itp Taylor House, Jacksonville.REWARD. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dry Goods,
is a sacred right. The highest known'o t Grocer
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the citizen. Will any man consent to be BAY STREET, SAVANNAH: GEORGIA. i Hardware. "

i taxed, and be disfranchised at the same $25 August 12 1mIIILTOX NtRtioiier.v.

1I.\Olllenl1 Is it mainly to occupy such a position 111: UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY THE ABOVEreward Boots and Nliocs.Ac. .

f, ? If forced upon him would he not to any person who will give him such in- A- RA3TDELI' .. Ac., Ac. .
assume such formation as shall lead to the decovery of the personor WHOLESALE GROCERS At Wholesale and Retail.JOHN .
I ilghtVh) then voluntarily who broke into his store on the night of the I ..
persons & CO.
f; an altitude towards the government 12th ius.t., and stole therefrom a lot of military clothingand 19S: : Bay Street, near Bnruar il. I S.
< ommoii sense view of the subject will convince other goods, consisting of dark blue pantaloonsand I Forwarding and Commission Merchant.

just and reasonable man that heannot blouses; check cassimero pantaloons, shirts, socks, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, Jacksonville, Fla., ; :

every discharge a higher duty to' 'himself and other 191tSTEAM jroods. C. SLAGER. Are constantly receiving per steamers from New of J8SJ- Expected soon to arrive from New York, a fill a-I ,,

forward and August York, the largest and most complete assortment J. S. S CO. 1
and his country than to step ------- -- Groceries in this city.N. cargo of Goods.

lake: the amnesty 6ath. Again we advise GIIIST BULL FOR SALT. B.-Orders by mail, aceompanied with remit. July 22.-tf.

'very man who can do so to hesitate not a tance, promptly filled, at lowest market prices.
day.bc ore taking the oath when an opportunity THE Steam Grist Mill of ten horse power in complete August 12 -'- -- --%- -----_.- .._- -.-- -.-- PLANTATION TO
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-- -
is offered. running order, situate in Lake City. It can be seen OF ABOUT THIRTEEN HUNDRED .
.' running every Friday and Saturday S. SPENCER CONSISTING four hundred acres in cultivation

JOHN S. SAiiMisfe U 0., JACKSONVILLEFLA. S. PARKER. ATTORNKY AT ,LAW, corn, potatoes, field and ground peas, sugar cane, &c.. :f
.-Among our advertisers are John S N. D. If not sold before, it will be offered at public &c. Any person desiring to lease a farm cannot pro- ;

anllnis & Co. of Jacksonville, Fla.: They sale on'Friday, September 20. D. S. P. GAINESVILLE, FLOBIDA. ... cure a more elligiblc onn in Middle Florida.the Penn-It i* t F'"'
and a half miles of Quincy, on
19-p all before the Military within three
August to cases
:re forwarding and commission merchants, .. Will attend promptly cola and Georgia Railroad, has the advanthges of a t', %
-- --- ----- Lake City.
and wholesale and retail dealers in groceries, --- -'XOTI'E.TilE Courts at Jacksonville 12 or Imp "turn out" on the railroad, and the products of th*' i, ;1
Satnmis at the head of August place need not be hauled further than one quarter of awile.
dry &c. Col.
goods, 1st of January, 1867. .
of the firm, is an old and wealthy resident oft arc requested to meet at the For further particular, apply Immediately to
-Jacksonville, ft large and real estate owner, office of H.Light H. Hoe?. on lot of Septe Tiber, at 12 A. :M. JOB, PRINTING, CHARLES A. GEE, Quincy. Fb.t "

and a public spirited citizen, The firm do avery II W. A. YOUNG, NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE August 12-2t '
and Treasury.
lumber &c.- 12 Secretary
large business in cotton, August

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t [OFFICIAL] pany is established, and also in the state where the I JNO. S. SAMMIS it CO. =1t

Laws of the United States depositor was last heard from ; and If within two years C.1' fmL.
thereafter o m miiKMio
such n
.i depositor shall not ..
t appear, nor a hus fi ?* i .
PASSED AT THE SHCOXlt SESSION OF THKTHIRTYEIGHTH band, wife, or child of such depositor, to claim his de DRY GOODS STORE. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE*
posits, they shall bn used by the board of trustees as }.u.

CO GnESs. hereinbefore provided for in this section. --. --- -

SEC.:; 12. And he it further enacted, That no presi WILLIAM:: O. JKFTREY,

1 CHAl'TKK XCII. dent, vice president, trustee, officer, or servant of the O <) 111 in i s s i o u :M o i. li
An Act to c
incorporate the Frcedman's and ant.
Savings corporation shah, directly or indirectly, borrow the

R' Trust Company. funds( of the corporation or its deposits( or !<' i DTUR1.i.! \ dzC.t JACKSONVIIJ.K, : Fl.!.
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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in any: manner use the same, or -- ----- -- '--- -"---- -- .

K! of the United States of America in Congress part thereof, except to pay. necessary expenses any, I II1ANKLI1)IBBLL.

assembled, That Peter Cooper, William C. Bryant, A. under the direction of the hoard of trustecs.All Com
A. Low, S. B. Chittenden, Charles II. Marshall, Wil certificaes (or] other evidences of deposit made .' m atom Morrlmnt,
.f by .
Ham A. Booth, Gerritt Smith, William A. Hall William the proper officers shall lie as binding, on the corporation II .- JACKSOXVILU, FIJUrrodncc

Allen, John Jay, Abraham Baldwin, A. 8. Barnes, as if they were made under their common seal.- purchased, or advances in
Hiram Barney, Seth B. Hunt, Samuel Holmes Charles It shall be the .I made Clsilr tolJ" .
M ; duty of the trustees to regulate the rate II on consignments to C. B. '.
Collins, K. 11. Graves, Walter S. Griffith. A. 11. Wallis, of interest allowed to the repository so that they shall II I ibL1 New Yr.r; ,,.

D. S. Gregory. J. W. Alvord, GeorgeYhipple, A. S. receive as nearly as may be a ratable proportion of all {I -- --_ '
I i
'I Hatch. Walter Batch,1.:1. Lambert G. Lambert the t -
i. profits of such corpnrtion after ' Ir Roe Lockwood 11. H. Manning\ R. W.' Ropen, expenses: Provided, however, That the trus-- I i: CHARLES SLACEfr .

Ubcrt Woodruff, and Thomas Dewey, of New York; tees may allow to depositors, to the amount of five ., .Rttctiolrc'tr ( omiiiissionJACKSONVILLE lf '

John :M.\ Forbes Wm. Claniu, S. G. Howe, Geoigo L. hundred dollars r upwards, one per centum less than I rrt Irattt .

J Stearns Edward Atkinson, A. A. Lawrence, and John the amount allowed others, And p'ovided, also, When I Will atten TLA.:

M. S. Williams, Massachusetts.:: Edward llarris and ever it appear that after the payment of the usual
Thomas Davis, of Rhode Island; Stephen Colwell, J. interest to depositors, there is in the possession,of tho (country produce, and will purchase: for varllM in V'.'
Wheaton Smith, Francis E. Cope, Thomas Webster B. Street country any: articles they may wiph'
r corporation an excess of profits over the liabilities Bay Jacksonville, Fla. bet price. at t1w lowe.xt :: .r-
,I S. Hunt, and Henry Samuel, of Pennsylvania; EdwardHarwood amounting:; to ten per centum upon the deposits! such -' July 15 tf.
Adam Poe. Levi Coffin, J. :M. 'Yaldon, of excess shall be invested for tho security of the depositors vHAS -

Ohio, and their successors, are constituted a body corporate in the corporation : and thereafter each annual j jI -----. .

.r. in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia examination of the affairs of the corporation, any l1r- : .J (j T HKCKIVKH; ; : I:I ,AIJC'HIBALI: BANKS. -- -.

I ,by the name of Thc Freediuau's Savings and plus over and above such ten per centum shall, in a .A TTO H xj.Y: AT

r Trust Company," aud by that name may sue and be tion to the usual interest, be divided rateably an+ di-I:; 1 TA\V. '

stud iu any court of the United States. 1 the depositors, in such manner as the board of > f\tXf. "ILU:, n..omrIA. ._" ,

I Swr. o. nd he it further enacted That the persons Ihnll ,rirnntSEC. J care.1 alJe'Kl *rom p tar]. to aAHI.ES hn"il11o l ; ,
named itrustcea Vresignation first setoll; ot this a.t sl1al1 c the fir l 13. And be it further enacted, That whenever A LAKGK AND COMPLETK STOCK OF Jnh.- o _.t:.:. ; "

I of the: corporaiiou, and all vacancies by any: deposit shall be made by any: minor, the trustees --J -- --
or death, otherwise, in the office of the I ( .
corporation may, attheirdiscretion, pay: to such P.ATTORNEY '-.' (}p.n. -
I of trustee! shall lie filled by the board depositor such sums as may he due to him, although i

hy billot, without unnecessary: delay, and sit no guardian shall have been appointed for such minor, DRY GOODS CLOTHIXr; \.f I ,n ,
least ten votes shall be necessary for the election of or the guardian of
any such minor l'halluot authorized .J'\
have I 1' 1+ :; () ::
trustee. Ti.e trustees shall: hold a icgular meeting; the drawing of the same; and the check receipt, or \-YII.I. .:, PI.O:1Ht\:
least oiicu in each month, to receive report of their acquittance of '
Fnch minor shall be as valid as if the I !! '''-''''' ( :'
officers on the affairs of the corporation, and to transact same were executed by a guardian of such minor or I ]HATS, (;.PBOT; ( I St'-I JI, .': /m ," J':; J

such as may be necessary; au-.l any trustee the minor were of full age, if Bach deposit was made Jn :.'l.... ,.._(...,... ._
omitting to attend the regular meetings of the board personally by such minor. And whenever any deposit I t lion. S. L. Hrrr.nT.: '"

tor six months, in succession, may thereupon be con shall have been made by married women the trustees f / GuL J. S. iMI., ., .
.Inly S
nidered as having vacated his, place, and a jmcce'sor f'leirown -
) may 1")8)tl1e same, on receipts.: Ai SHOES, \\'IIICn( "
may be elected to fill the same. SKC. 11. And bo it further enacted, That the trustees .

SKC. y.: And be it fnnncr enacted, That the businciif ti shall not, directly or indirectly, receive any paymentor T. 'J'. rox<..

fi t the corporation' hall l la managed and directed by emolument! for their services a."' such, except' the I
the board of trustees, who shall elect from their utnn- president and vice ATTORNEY; AT
her and. vice president. II IIB PROPOSES; TO ShL| ON( ) ;\S:; K'EASOXAHLE : LAy
a provident and
t\vo presidents' ; may appoint SKC. 15. And bo it further enacted, That the! presiI I I I I '

urn-h other oHU-crs as may wee fit; nine of the de.t and vice }president, the subordinate officers and ,,I i I July '?. I..UCT\l'I.\.
-GI11J.I .
trustees, of whom the! president or one of tae: vice-: agents of the corporation shall respectively give sueli I

presidents shall le one, shall form a piornm f<>r the security! for their fidelity end good conduct as; tuc

transaction ofbn
meeting of the board of trustees; and the athrmativu, the hoard shall fix the salaries of Slit It officers: and tenders his services j-hysfciauarJ

I i{ requisite: in making any order for, or authorizing the S.F v.: if.nd be it further enacted, That the books of Particular attention will (be given jitirrounding to disea.ra couutrr- I;

investment of any tllneor the sale or transfer of the r' rlnu'alinn shall, at all times EVER 1 : OFFERED} : ] and chiMron. Oflicelt cf uorn-i.
during the hours of I IN TIIlS-MARkKT! } : [ 1: } IIIK u'!")d+-act:. .
any stock or securities belonging to the corporation, busiuun... }I..- open for inspection and examination to syth and Hogan-stn'ets. QU coracof F
or the appointment ot any olficer! receiving salary such .Tuly h
any porssca- c'on r's11311! : designate: or appoint. I --- -- ----- -. --- -
therefrom. :Ii'prorcd.larch:1,18.5.: ') -
SKC.: 4 And bo it further enacted. That the board of JecUcnl"otic('.

trustees of the corporation shall have power, from n1\. :S. BALDWIN will .
niAITKK: XCir.(
I n-simin rate
time to time to make and establish such laws An \ I Wliofwsalc i ;'1 ,\lroh', priccf 1-
by andregulations Ad /for tltt'+ better Organization: of the ;'ulsbtllIc'I'I ARetail. tlt.t! : in in un it" c11.Jt..rtllH.'l1l. His: o ich "
as they shall judge:: proper with'' regard to Department. I "'t'l' is the fir-, hot ; : r..t
Y :: t t wren: ; of
the elections of ollicerH and their functions 1, Hl\nlin Iri. laud:;
respective I Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen' ( Jackson IIol1sC'
aud generally for the management! ot the affairs of the tatives of the United States of America in Congress! assembled \,,le. ,1nl\-; 70'tPl :

: Corporation, provided such h.v-laWs:! and regulations r That, during the continuance of the present -- .- -
: are not ivpuiruaut Jo this act to con-tittition rebellion
or the ;
laws <,f tLc United! S'.auv.SKC. : I judgment it is Secretary necessary of, assign War) to may each, when jreofrraphie.ilmilitary in his; J 1' rIY'I"J' 1 1'.1'ftlrEDIL: + X( TI < 'E, DB. J 8. ALrJw
s.tian r:
5. And lc it lurther rnacttd That .
t" the general division .5
a to each on, late of
separate army in the field Hn 1' .
,. lt1Ei) UCRti.UCRti and object of the corporation hereby cicattd consisting of moro than one Lnwiir: ", i 1:11"--1; : siylc-s;, Califcmay bo curt nItf.H.t his oti\: ; ,
army corps, to each mili Ji/- .. fit ::\rol.I- ,'
nail'snes. U", :
hall be to receive on deposit such s-urns of money asmay I department, and *o each! principal subsistence de- 'lI : or :.r the j'"o,!: c,crt olv, .
; be Jrojn tiucto time oiTeicd therefor, by, or on L pot, not exceeding ten in J '" -
number an officer
of the
f behalf' of, persons: heretofore held in sla\cry in the su'sistence department to act as chief commissary! of (Orii' )ml j it's: June ?Itli--:.f. .,

United States, or their decemlcn's and .
: investing the such military division, -- --- --- -' "
army, military department rI ----
or t --
1 ... same in the stocks, bonds, treasury note, or other souuriticB depot, and also an officer of the subsistence Organdie !B iUi! I '.J. I>. IJP.SO.V. -' 1r
d'pal'tmpnt:18 ;
ni the United :.States..S ; r
the office ,
ti >c. (i. And he it funhrr enacted, That it shall be the ral of subsistence, each of whom of the while commissary so; assigned gene i ll'I! :..; {J' 'I ( ..P:() ; }_> }4'; 'N1 rr! ;"1 _

duty of the iimtfi.M of the coiporatiou to invest, ;..soon and acting shall have the ,. !
':> rank pay and emoluments .L1CIS0\Vll.1.1. FLA.'
a, .. as practicable in the securities named in the I of a colonel of tho subsistence department; and, in like I ( ring! I Inu-: :. !! Ii: :} KKKX-K: : "=p'lHJ.I\'l\tllia ,

next ureccdinjr ,section, all sums received by them be, manlier, >n fi e* i r-n. I ; College cflretat l M..-.
'y for itin/tr-fL* nt'i .., "
II --- --- fiery < '
L" 'U'jilntyin \ ears lJr.Lttil't'
-oncl au V.illall1e fuml, lint ('XCC l',1iu OIH' thir of tlu' special the subsistence I .
.... toal; aiiie-unt of depo.-it dill tje! corporation, at the rie,. of !suljeMencp, s not exi-ceding department}!ix in! number, commissa-, each I .Itr'nuct--: l: L __ luno _21th_ -Itpti.STI..! :_ __ --

( discretion iho trutesyhfch: axailable funds may of whom. while so assn! ued ami ,, :
"\ -tinjr:!, shall have the | I .
liokojtthy 1 the trustees to mutt current payments ol rank, },atllc1f'nll.lltmcllt .", !. : ? i)1.1"J.'L' .
libiitenant colonel : :I,.
of : I It ..
the cori-oiutioii; nun n.ay by n111) l le. kft on deposit ut the subsistence department ainl to each \ .ZiInWHt(;( II
;rltl test or otherwise, or in siuh available form as thetrustees officer of the subsistence department to army be chief corps' an I!i HAMILTON ('fll'STy' Fr.5.

...c.., S :l':. 7.m.-.y And di-be further enacted,; the corpora- colonel! : and of the, in corps like mariner, with the like rank of lieutenant commissary Bare I : l'-'. :dl! kind.-. i THE unlersigreT:: tal,... 1t(':. "Hrp 1:1 ttrnoui: cit:,. .
may assign! to each divi I I public} that be is
lion iiiuv under :-tdll'cg'ltlatio118 as the board of trustees sion of two or more brigades a those prepared to :lc"cnllnl'i.. "
shall r'iom time to them pre.seribc, icccive any deposit so assigned and acting shall have commissary, who, \vhile I seeking a healthful and piea>ant ;ation.
the rank A Our tabl"strr.
and Stock
pay Complete fiirnishudvijli
hciel.y authorized to be received of Mourning Goods theljfs-t the mariii ,
upon such emoluments of a major of the subsistence the ;; 'J
r' department: I country will afford.
rruBts:md tor /such purposes, not contrary to the laws Provided That when
any one of said oflicers is reliev I j lie hns
of tLe United :States, as may be indicated in writing by; ed from such duty, his increased' rank (OLOVKS.fills' !i with i-omfortable hacks rir.ming }n conncci -;;-, :' .
and tH'l'trnin
pay, emo between
the depositor, Much writing to be tuihsciihid! this place and the bars :
by the de- luments, allowed because of such { depot ;'*- ;
assignment, shall I at Wt-lboni.
I positor and acknowledged or proved bi-foro officer and he i
: any cease, shall return to his commissioned .

t: the in the certiiicatc civil military of which service of the United States, the subsistence department : And provided further rank in, ( :llama i Mibtt-s] hj) :; :Mil; ;iiid \\\A: I .Jnly .-tf. w. A.Trixrjr.: :....w.i. .r.
acknowledgment or proof That the officers authorized to l.o assigned by this act ---. "- .
k bo indoifrcd on theTHill:; ; and the shall be selcct d for each grade from the l -- -
f writing; so acknowledged or proved shall of snbsi,-tence who hold commissions or commissaries rank in: the i: I I.1 N I\EHCI r 1 EF'S. 1 :XIITM'K.

II'i ,: COll.pRUY such deposit and be filed the volunteer service
among pa- an-;J'in tIle regular !subsistence: Ie- !
pelt Of the corporation, and be carefully preserved pat tutcut proportion to the number of ( .\ { ALL 1 persons:< are warned Il(1tt')1'e: ,.
each 11 jtahSG11 ,
of 't
n.-Diriui-nt of
said : ... }
Il(11l't t
therein, and may be read in evidence in my court or classes respectively IIICf ke at the date of (he} : ( ;. !It.! ;: llll! _'1i'1.-: -; the Florida, Atlantic and (inir Central llaiir...
: :
I passage t
before any judicial: officer of the United States: without of this act. I Co., as any: caKt-sof that sort will Inpro:<;.-crated t'-. : '. _

further proof: said the certificate of acknowledgment I SKC. 2. And lie it further enarter'1'hut all l.-nvs and HCSIERY. out discrimination. WM. O. JEITI.'EVS: ;
I" or ltruufshalt Ise\ prima facie evidence only of the of law inconsittciit Jacksonvife.July'
parts with the .
due execution of t such writing. provi.-ii nj' this! ".. Agent for Tru;;tr. :::0"
act ale hereby
; repealed.} 4. W
:Ste.; 8. Ami be it further enacted. That: nil, I Alan-h : \\ )liilc, lilac'! !' T"JAIE.l
J'; on deposit shall t to repaid to such depositor t sums received << Approved. ), 18G5.UIA1TKK: i ; ::nd colored: :Sin.HATS : .\\' I J.J LLMJ1 J "iTfMJC f l + ; LI .M ff.I IT-

when -- I For Sale+I( in fumtiti} to suit .
required, at such time, with such iut'reM.llot )'CI\ s I purchase: I". !>'

I>' exceeding seven per centum per annum, and under AII Jut t to 1'ruvitre'r! two a.vibtant local [ : ANJ) jjoNXKTfc.A ( Fernandina H. 1'. Mf 'T.
Iiisjactmv Fin. '
such regulations :IS the hoard of nf Apr' /I", l!';ti3. -
trustees: shall, from Steamboats in the Citjof New York, and' for -- .
. .
time to time --- --
prescribe, which regulations shall l.e ] Inspn) 'tus) tit Galena, Illinois mid to -

t t' posted up in some conspicuous place in the room lish! the Board of local Inspectors} at Wheciiuir re estab and l : nunuictc' vriHn'Mi! | : .--r:> :iml IJo.noxxrr .\-:, I lIlt-: : Ca' OnHII'I:('!!.
wheie the business of the corporation shall}. b; trailtcd *.- also to amend the Act approved June \ \rH t e1lznrtl'i.
btr Bhull bo altered eight eighteen :tit(1 .J ','\\.l'i1 .
a to I'
I 1 ., ho :IS; affect any deposit hundred: and :sixty four, entitled "\1\ Act to grease .
previously marl(-.
SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That all trusts In-ptvtors of inspector Steambeaia) : of: for Steamboats" Culle.tio1li"tr and two local ( : : AND BELT IJUJHONS: : OF H.COXSTAXTLY: OX HANI VAN' !Et

upon wl.iih, and all purposes for which any (''epos-it p A.emphi.s: sad Oregon, and for other Purpose.I'c.'tH of Also < r Wotclic* nwd Jew.-:>:. .

i shall be made, and which shall be indicated in the, Be\ it eliccted by ti.e Senate aIJl11ol1f:e of .\ LL KINDS. Combs' a good us-feoitment (.f Spectacles, .Stationrj

writing:; to accompany fuck deposit! shall be faithfully ... of the l'uilt'.1Ia; f.s flf America in Kcpresoutatic. Brushes, lvrfun-ryToitt! S,'ap Tooth Brae'!

.f: performed the corporation, unless: fhf performing seml.led, That theie said l.e designated Congress; is- es, Cutlery, including some of thohe ct-ltbrated ;>+
and fc
of the fame i': rendered impossible. I! in the, mode :iipoiiited] Umbrellas and Uutt-hcrliazcrs Uazor: :: :Straps,
prescribed' lit ]law. tv/o Parasols. t Shaving BiiuIiCMU-:
i.ssi.-tant: local ( ',
Src.: 10. And leittiir.her inspetors nps, } wkf't Looking
en.-u-ti, tt lien any i a: the city of Galena; Illinois, with r Classes, Pocket: Ioo 1:s z.r.i
r1e1,onitor shall die, the funds remaining on deposit: c0U11If'II atjlJlI oftwehe mi annual .\ liru Memorandums, I'hotograps Album-. trot
llllwtftli! dolbis md olliIJr
I with till corporation to his {credit and all assistant ]local the :said .zt('it'd :--od.( ) ; IIi i i twelve to one hundred pictures
:1\:1.1:11111-: !inspector*) in the city of New York Violin I.HJIJO;) ui-.
tions thereof, shall; belong and: tit iid l to and i Guitar Stu iurs'I'ape': 3Ii> >
> the personal; ;,1 riht i mmdicd dollars for the two local asun !'. from thrr to one bat
I representatives ot such depositor case ItMlu.llha the inspectors at UVfd ;Jcet, Meerschaum Pipes and
city Galena
\'u Illinois Separ IIoldctM HIl
a.s in e.i of other ,
I.C her
Jut u lust \\ill and testament; : will and duties have
; andin default of a la.: will and and 1-0!- KUbject to the proviiioiiK just received a fine assortment Of Gold aLi'
/' ,,c -, > 'ititaincut. or of any person qualifying under of !; of the steamboat; act Silver Cano Head, and H lot '
; a,1-st\\ill
I August thirtieth V these fine
eighteen hundred :l0Wre K'
f' and testament. competent to act as X: And the 1 local 1 : rid fifty-two. For I Lrulu-s. and I;enl Is'. M ten's. \Vift.hna, which Jin. .u'h _*nh'nlliI1__ ._ .....ffr.\..... \J
_L_ ____ __ .. .... cufor. the board of insuectui\s at Wlielin" i : HOYNnul. ; n. "' ,.... ......,.
>; Watches
'urponmou KIUUl 00 tnUUt l, hI -- --- -" Clocks and Jcw
rC "" to tile luri tiO : re-es-.a: :: nsucu. :lry repaired on t-bor: i .
remaining on deport to the credit of any such deposi l. SEC. 2. And be it fnnlier lice and satisfhctiou IlUItt'3utu'd..or1c froiii the
enacted Thai rv nc-
in (
to of the 'ii'sYnr. try will
tor a'huinistratll1Jl1hrreon receive
piefeiemc to ell: other fv'es for inspection, prescribed : prompt and rarctul attentiou. 1'trme.a-
by tho sixth
t. persons!' and letters of ndmiuiHtration section! of the her the place at the
shall be Old Stand _
grunted: act entitled "An act to create an additional of( D. Gsfc. en Oct :u.
; 1 to the supervising street.
eorIorationaerordiitt,lin the xnannej prescrib inspector of steamboats and Jtc! }

ed in respect to the ;;:ranting if letters of ad-! ateatnbo.ttstorthicoile.tiuaditrictofMemphis, l0 local inspector of Ready-made Clothing:, 1i 1-------- .- --- --.------___ .. ___ __ ___..'__ .
luinistiatioi. with the fen
annexed, Hii-1 in cases of nessee: Mid two :local inspectors for the collection 1 i
intesUry. of Oregon, and tir other '' district Oi' T(+;lt variety and! or! Jim RIDIEIL d JrrlnO(: '
; !
SEC. 11. And be it further eiiKCted, That iu the June purpose} *) approved i quality, | C
eighth, ) .
I .)the death ot any depositor, whose dtpo.Mt case shall eighteen hundred aid sixty-four, there (Agents lor brad: I.:. Sealy'.)
shall be levied and, .1
not paid for
each! steam
i r be held upon any trust created pursuant to the provi hundred tons/ or under, fiye vessel of one All of which i i.:< ottV'rcd :.t t the( !If '\ve--t j>nres I WHOLESALE
twrenty- dolljn
N sions hereinbefore,contain!d. or vrhcrM it tl.e and in addition DEALERS INImported
may vtofor
# prove! eachand:
ton in
4 rvoy
impossible to execute ouch trust: it nhull b(g the duty of hundred tons, live cents. excess of one lor ( 'H -li.OI.'OCKKRV I '
y < the ..>tLFS.
cOt'pOlatiou make .J\-X
to ],)
dilipci.t efibiU t ) ascerlaiu :She :'. And be it further enacted. "rNES.
and\'er whether That all nets or
1 such deceased depositor has left part.: (,t acts im-oiiPi.-tent with J
a husband, wife, or children act are hereby and
t mrviviujr.; and the (cor repealed. : WOODEN ANT WILLOW 1 i.\1:1Hijh : Domestic Liquors fall

it ,s And potation of the!ehallkcepa re.ultcthereof record of the effo ts so inaie: Approved, March C, 18C5.; Kinds and
anal in cede no person law Qualities.
entitled .
fully thereto nliall be discovered, or !ohu}) () Xo. 5, Merchants Row
pear, or claim the funds remaining to the credit cfsudi ap ROOK AND STATIONERY STORE >s, V Hilton Hesd, B. f-

depositor before the expiration of two wears from the June 10.18G5. tf. s

V VV de&tbofKtich! depositor| it shall be lawful forthecor- C. DREW, !t 1'Ixfes -.-- ,-- -- .. -, --_.. ---
r iroratiou to 'hold and invent! such funds : ,
a> are )agate ;
] :
trust fund STATIONKK:
to be applied with the ccUiimlatioua ,

thereofto the education and iinprover.jeht: of IS K.Xl'KCTLNC: : DAILY .\ :STOCK OF .SCHOOL Cups Hiul Tim COPAKTNKHSHIP: HERETOFORE: Fates'
heretofore held in slavery, or their de tei.dauts.persona J being I Books for ,general:: ore, new works, and current ; : \ between Chase &Dumixni is d wired' tl:>

inhabitants tho Unitedta1".tl: iu MUI manner and litcratme, and stationery o en assortment of paper day, August 8th, 18C5.; All claims apnivi? (tile I fate &*..

through such agencies as tlu: l.oard of J Irnstee.s shall al1d*ll\'t.lopcs.. He will also fl'C"un consignment : lucketa'i'nbs: I will be settled by the! subscriber.

deem best calculated to effect that oiyect: Provided any luerchandiHe from the interior cr thin North, August: --2tp DAMTAM--

That it au) .1t po itor br not beard from within five and give prompt} attention to the sale: or forw rding of 1rskt-ti': .- .. .
JSroO:11t' -- -
the .
came.Until ,
yearn (row the datoof Ms last deposit, the truUees '
hall advrrtlte: th.litH" in Home of a t tort; can be obtained, lJl'" stock uud office .
palter cirtrulatIon'iusJu jig"Cill Mini
.!-'t"' v) .-ni the. j rincipBl "ffi.'Q of ,the- will be opened lu the tire tleft }hand n.hj.n of the sec ( : ,oxHiniiR': .bcture.<< purchasing I IHERKI1Y WARN: ANYONE NEGOTIATING 1( !

company in established, and xliJe! in the state wheie mid stagy of.Saiuuite'" Block,. .Jaek onYH1e. Thom. j'. a note given by me to Jamet H. HnndK! :

,, the pr1n.Jr.l'om( of the cviinpaiiy; Js etrulilishfjd', and wishing Bo >hM and statiuMrv are invifrd t.0) call Pn elsewhere. ; 5" for three hundred dollars ($300) one hundred of.whir*

.f tri to In the data rift 1 .c t'io: prircij) itu; i <- oi'tte: i'soon anthCKOtwfK! prrlvc. 'frrnt't "'I4"!I. C!. 1). I has been pnld. I will not pay tie remainder a'
com- Au:;uMl'2-::5t; :1tlr'.l3! t85 f;, : --4'omlwlletl l by law, "+s i* i M >'1 unjust deb*. \
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[OmCI 1y..] :For contingencies of the army, four hundred thousand person drafted or liable to draft in the milliuirv or offence in which the right 'of peremptory challenge
dollars. naval service of the United States, whether the personso now exists, the defendant shall: bo entitled to ten .mi '
Laws of the United,
,: States For the medical and hospital department, six million drafted or liable to draft shall be a resident of the the United States to two peremptory: challenges. All '

PARSED AT TUB SECOND SESSION OF THE dollars. District of Columbia, or shall reside elsewhere. And challenges! whether to the array or panel or to individual -

THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRE9S.I For expenses of the commanding general's office, ten any person who shall knowingly offend against the juror for cause or favor shall be ried by the l

thousand dollars. provisions of this section, or either of such provisions, court without the aid ot t,1er

CUAPTER LXXXU For the secret service; one hundred thousand dol shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall up- SEC.3. And be it further MIlCV.fThat in every case

A'oAct;I making Appropriations for the Support of the lars.For on conviction thereof, before a court of competent jurisdiction where any person convicted of any once against the *.
Army'for the Year ending thirtieth June armanent fortifications, three million five hun- in said district, be punished by a fine of not United States shall be !sent need to imprisonment' for a

eighteen hundred and sixty.six.. dred thousand dollars. less than two hundred and fifty dollars, and not more period longer than one year, it shall be lawful for the

lie it enacted by the Senate and Ifoufe if Keprexentatieesof For the current expenses of the ordnance service. than one thousand dollars, and by imprisonment in the court by which the sentence is passed to order the' nanns
the United Slates of America! m Congress assembled one million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. district prison for a term not less than six months nor to be executed in any state prison or penitentiary within -

that the following sums be, aid the same are hereby,, For ordnance, ordnance stores, and supplies, including more than one year.SKC. the district or !state where such court is held the u?.* -

appropriated, out of any money in the treasury nototherwise horses, and the purchase and manufacture of army 2. An appropriated for tinwupport of the accoutrements and horse equipments for volunteersand district jail of the District of Columbia, or any guard ture of such state for such purposes ; and the expense ..

forthe year ending the,thirtieth of Juue, eighteen army hun- regulars, twenty million dollars. thereof, or any attache employee connected with attendant upon the execution of Mich sentence shall hi
and six For the manufacture of arms at the national armory, said jail, who shall demand or directly or indirectly paid by the United States.\
sixty :
of transportation recruits three million five hund red'thou sand dollars. receive, any compensation, fee, reward, or gratuity for SEC. And be it further endUe1, Th't: issues of tact
For expenses ;,
and compensation to,citizen surgeon* for medical attendance For repairs, improvements and new machinery at any information given in respect to any prisoner rou- in civil cases in any circuit court of the United Stan-: *
without the;
three hundred thoiihaml dollars. the national armory, one hundred thousand dollars. tined therein, or awaiting trial upon bail, or tor any may be tried and determined by the court
'' r bounties and premiums for the enlistment of re- For the purchase gunpowder and lead, two million service, assistance, or influence rendered, given, or exerted intervention of a jury, whenever the parties, or their
) of having suchlersofl attorneys of record, file a stipulation in writing with
thousand dollars intent
five hundred with anyiev, or purpose
: the three hundred and
for regular
.tits fifty
., dollars. army :For repairs and improvements at arsenals, includingnew thus charged or held for trial, or held [on] I the ck'rk of the court waiving a jury. The finding ot

\ ..';' jhousand of the ten million dollar and additions to present buildincrs, and machinery bail to await trial, taken, oft' rcd, or used either as avolunteer the court upon the facts, which tndingmaybe eithergeneral
For pay army of officcra mil.i.rm tools, and fixtures, five hundred thousand dollars. or as a substitute fur any: other in the military or special: shall have the same effect as the
For commutation and subsistence one For signal service of the army; one hundred thousand or naval service, or who shall corruptlv receive verdict. a jury. The rulings of the court in the twirl
hundred anl lortv-bcven thousandthree '
] seven !
ff'"j.and dollars. dollars. I for any act done birtue, of I.IH office or employment, [cause] in the progress of the trial when excepted to at

For hundred commutation twenty-four of forage for officers' horses one I For salaries of two clerks in the signal office, two any ftc, compensation; reward, or gratuity; shall l be the time, may be reviewed by the supreme court of the .
four thousand six hundred dollurs. thousand eight hundred dollars. deemed guilty of a mi<anor [misdemeanor [andl shall United States upon a writ of error, or upon appeal,
hundred And it enacted That thereof in district court of competent provided rulings bo duly presented by a bill ot" exceptions
in lieu for officers' SEC. 2. be further to supply a on conviction any
: For payments clothing sorvants deficiency in the appropriations for the current fiscal jurisdiction, be punished by a tine of not less than two xv'hen the finding is special, the review may "
eighty-two thousau seven hundred and sixty: dollars. ordinance and including dollars and than one thou also: extend to the determination of the sufficiency ol the
year, for ordnance, stores, supplies, hundred and fifty not more
soldiers for not -I
to discharged clothing
For payments and of and in the district prison facts found to support the judgment. :
the purchase manufacture arm, accoutrements I sand dollars, by imprisonment
and thousand dollars.
drawn, one hundred fifty and horse equipments for volunteers and I for a term not less: than three months nor more SEC. 5. ,Anti* further enacted, That all act ami
For pa of volunteers, two hundred million dollars. in conflict with this act he and the sanu- m
of ,
regulars, the sum of seven millions of dollars is here- than one year.Approved parts acts : **\
Tor; subsistence in kind for regulars, volunteer, and I
by appropriated out of any money in the 'l'reasury not March,:..3.,,1865. arc hereby, repeafcpd.SEC. .
million hundred and
.. drafted men, ninety-two seven otherwise appropriate!. 6. And be it further enacted, That this act shall:

eighty-two thousand and forty three dollars and seventy SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That from and ,after CHAP. LXX.XI\-\.n Act supplementary to the several take effect on the first day of.lime, one thon-aml right -

-1 cents. the first day of March eighteen hundred and sixty- Acts relating to Pensions. hundred and sixty five.

-. For the regular consisting supplies of fuel of for tho the quartermaster's,officers enlisted department five, and during the continuance of the present rebellion He it enacted by the Senate and house (f Jteimsentaliee* Approved. March 3, 18w

;. the commutation price officers' subsistence shall of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
storehouses and offices of
:: men, guard, hospitals, ; be fifty cents per ration : Provided, That said increase That no invalid or hereafter in the ser CHAPTER ucxxvu.
":, forage in kind for the horses, mule; and oxen for thequartermaster's shall not apply to commutation price of the rations of vice of the United States shall be entitled to draw a An Act further to amend an Act entitled "An Act lor

.... department, at the several posts and any officer above the rank brevet brigadier-general pension for any period of time during which he is or the collection of direct Taxes in the insurrectionary
tAtions and with the armies in the field ; for the horses and for other Pnrposes -
th'oUnited States
able- Districtsuthiu ,
I or of any officer entitled to commutation for luel or shall be entitled to the full pay or aaryvhirh an
ot the several regiments cavalry, the batteries of hundred ami
June eighteen
quarters.SEC. bodied person discharging like duties to the government approved seven
artillery, and such comp of infantry as may be 4. And be further enacted That all officers of is allowed by law 01| fiixt -two. fc .
Y mounted, and for the authorized number of officers'horses volunteers now in commission, below the rank of brig- SEC. 2. And be further' enacted, That acting assistant: Be it enacted by the Sena'f and House of Rqrentutiref -
when serving in the field and at the outposts, the Unie State of America in Vt/nrjrrsi aiiemMrtl.
disabled wound received (
adier-general, who shall continue in the military: ser- or contract surgeons by any
including bedding for the animals ; of straw for soltiters' vice to the close of the war, shall be entitled to receive or disease contracted while actually performing That in any case in which a sale of lands or tenement..

bedding and of stationery, including blank upon being mustered out of said service, three months' duties of assistant surgeons or acting assistant surgeons has been 0'1' shall be made by a board of tax commissioners
books for the quartermaster's department, certificates with any military forces in the field or in tran- appointed pursuant to the act of which this inan
for discharged soldiers, blank forms for the pay and ,pay praper. laws amendment, and a certificate of sale issued by the
SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That commissioned situ, shall be entitled to the benefits of the pension
quartermaster's departments ; and for the printing of officers of the army, serving in the field, shall hereafterbe in the same manner as if they had actually been mustered board to the purchaser or purchasers of said lands or
division and department orders and reports, fifty million I "assistant tenements! it shall and be lawful for the tax commissioners -
permitted to purchase rations for their own use, on into the service with the rank of surgeon may
dollars. credit from any commissary of subsistence at cost ," aud the widows, minor children, or the dependents -I to issue, in such form as the Secretary the
Forth incidental expenses of the quartermaster'sdepartment while Treasury shall prescribe, a writ, directed to the marshal -
prices, and the amount due for rations so purchasedshall of acting atsistant surgeons dying performing -
consisting of postage on letters and pack the district in which said lands or tenements
be reported monthly to the paymaster-general, the duty aforesaid, shall in like manner be entitledto of
ages received and sent by officers of the army on pub. to be deducted from the payment next following such the same benefits of the pension laws as if the deceased aro situated, commanding him to put the said purchaser

lic service; expenses of courts-martial, military commissions purchase. And the Secretary ot War is hereby directed had been actually mustered into the service as purchasers forthwith into possession of the said laud- ,

,. and courts inquiry, including the additional to issue such orders and regulations as he may assistant surgeons. or tenements, and to make return of his proceeding

compensation judge advocatesrecordersmembcrs. deem best calculated to insure the proper observance SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That all persons now under the said writ within thirty days to the commissioners -
and witnesses, while on that service ; under the act of by law entitled to a less pension than hereafter specified who shall keep a record of their proceedings

March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and two, extra pay I nereol.SEC. 6. And be itfurther enacted. That the Secretaryof who shall have lost one foot and one hand in the in the matter, and who may, in case"of any failure on ___ _

to soldiers employed, under the direction of .the quar- War is hereby authorized and directed to cause to- military service ot the United States, and in tho line of the part of the said marshal to execute the first writ, _
termaster's. department, in the erection of barracks, shall be entitled to dollars issue alias and pluries writs, as the circumstances]
bacco to be furnished to the enlisted men of the armyat [their] duty, twenty per
quarters;storehouses, and hospitals ; in the construction cost prices exclusive of the cost of transportation month may to [them] seem to require. In case the marshal ot
roads and on other constant labor for periodsof district shall be unable, either by himself or by
in such quantities as they may require not exceeding SKC. 4. And be it further enacted, That if any officer the
not less than ten days, under acts March second, sixteen ounces per month, and the amount due there- or other person named in the first section of an act en- deputy, to execute such writ, or tn case there shall be

eighteen hundred and nineteen, and August, fourth, for shall be deducted from their pay in the same man titled 4Au act to grant pensions," approved July four- no marshal of the United States within the said districtat .

eighteen hundred and fifty-four, including those em- ner as at present provided for the settlement of clothing teen, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, has died since the time of the issuing of said writ, the same may br
ployed as clerks at division and department headquarters accounts. the lourth day of :March, eighteen hundred and sixty- executed and returned by any fit person,to be speciall} -
' SEC. 7. And be further enacted, That, in additionto one, or shall by reason, any
posts and"armies, in the field f; of escorts to paymasters the amount hereinbefore appropriated for the pay or disease contracted while in the service of the the purpose, which appointment shall be in writing and
and other disburaiug officers and to trains where mil his widow indorsed in the said writ: Provided, That where thE-
line of
of the army, the sum thirty-six! x millions of dollars is United States, and in the duty, or '
escorts cannot be furnished ; expenses ot the in in of her death lands or tenements so sold shall, nt the time of such
itary hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasurynot ifthere be no widow, or case or marriage -
terment of officers killed in action, or who die when on otherwise appropriated. without payment to her of any part of the pension sale, be occupied by the United States! authorities for '

duty In,the field, or at posts on the frontiers, or at Approved, March 3, 1865. hereinafter mentioned, his child or children, under hospital or other purposes, the issuing'of! such writ,
and when ordered by the Secretary shall be suspended during such occupancy, and tht
other posts places -- sixteen years of age, shall be entitled to receive the
of War, and non-commissioned officers and soldiers; CHAPTER LXXXIT. samo pension as tho husband or father would have purchaser or purchasers of such lauds or tenement,

authorized office furniture ; hire of laborers in thequertennaster's An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to provide a been entitled to under said act, had he been totally disabled shall be entitled to and receive such rent or compensation -
the hire of in- of such lands or tenements as the Secretary
department including National Currency, seoured by a pledge o f to commence from the death of tho husband or for the use '
terpreters, spies, and guides, for the army ; compensation United States Bonds, and to provide father. and to continue to the widow during her widow- of the Treasury, under regulations prescribed bj

of clefks to Officers'of the quartermaster's depart- for the Circulation and Redemption hood, 'or the child or children until they severally attaint him,shall order or direct. .
ment ; compensation forage and wagon masters, authorized thereof." the age of sixteen years, and no longer : l'n lidtd, SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That after the time

by the act of July filth, eighteen hundred and fit it enacted by the Senate and House of Ilepreseiitativesof That" when such pension has been,or shall hereafter be, allowed for the redemption of any lands or tenements
board of tax
thirty-eight; for the apprehension of deserters, and the United State of America in Congress atst'm.blvd, paid to the widow, such child or children shall only be which have been or shall be sold by a 'the

the expenses incident to their pursuit ; and for the I That section twenty one of said act be so amended that entitled to receive the pension, to commence from the commissioners shall have passed, and the after Presidentis Jurchase -
following expenditures required for the several regi- said section shall read as follows : death or marriage of such widow and [to] continue as money shall have been fully paid,
ments cavalry the batteries oflight artillery, and Provided further That nothing herein contained authorized and required to cause a patent or patent
SEC. 13. And be further enacted That upon the aforesaid : be the bona
such companies of infantry as may be mounted, viz : transfer and delivery bonds to the treasurer, a provided shall be construed to repeal or modify the tenth to be issued to any such person as transferee may of such

the purchase of travelling forges, blacksmiths' and in the foregoing section, the association makingthe section: of an act entitled "An act supplementary to 'An fide purchaser, owner, assignee, or virtue of certifi-
tools horses and mule shoes and -nails, iron approved July fourteenth, eigh- lands or tenements under and by any
4 shoeing same shall be entitled to receive from the comptroller act to grant pensions, virtue of assignment .
hire of veterinary surgeons, medicines and sixty,two approved July fourth, cates of sale or under and by any
steel for shoeing. of the currency circulating notes different denominations teen hundred : /VnnV That in cast-
for horses and mules, picket ropes, and for shoeing in blank, registered and countersigned eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and said section is or transfer of such certificate : certificate, of sale the

the horses of the corps named ; also, generally, the as hereinafter provided, equal in amount to ninety per hereby declared to be in full force and effect in all cases of an assignment or transfer of a han satisfactory,

proper and authorized expenses for the movements and I centum of the current market value of the United States arising under this act to which said section is applicable, person applying commissioner for such patent of the general give land-office of \ '

operations of an army not expressly assigned to any bonds so transferred and delivei ed, but not exceeding saving and excepting such eases as are embraced proof to the transfers or assignments. "

other department, ten million dollars. ninety per centum of the amount of said bonds tit the the proceeding proviso. the SEC.preceding 3. And be it further enacted, That :i majority ofii .
For the purchase cavalry and artillery horses, par value thereof, ifbearing interest at a rate not less Approved, March 3, 1865. board of tax commissioners shall have: 1'1111 authorise

twenty-one million dollars. hundred than five per centum per annum ; and the amount of to transact all business and 'to perform all duties inquired : \,
For transportation officers' baggage, five furnished to each association \ CHAPTER LXXXV. :
said circulating notes to law to be performed by such board, and no
thousand dollars. shall be in proportion to its paid-up capital follows An Act to provide for a Chief of Staff to the Lieutenant- : by of board of tax commissioners shall be
of the including the bag commanding the Armies of the United States.Be proceeding any
For transportation army and no more: Te each association whose capital General invalid in of the abeenef' ot, aw
gage of the troops when moving either by land or not exceed five hundred thousand dollars, it enacted by the Senate and Iku.refRepreusentaUres I void or commissioner consequence
clothing, camp, or garrison eqmppage, from to each association the United States of America in Congress aswibled, one of said :
water ; ninety per centum of such capital ; of 4. And be it further enaded That any alien creditor -
the depots at Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and New Yorkto whose capital exceeds five hundred thousan dollars' That the President of the United States may, by and SEC. loyal citizen of the United States from trw -

the several posts and army'depots, and from those but does not exceed one million dollars, eighty per with the advice and consent of the Senate appoint a commencement(being a of this rebellion, or alien subject of a

I depots to the troops in tho field-, and of subsistence centum of such capital ; to each association whose capItal chief of staff to the lieutenant-general commanding the I I nation who shall not have taken 'part againstthe
of purchase, and from the places not oxce'ed of the United states. who shull have the rank, i friendly
I Htores from the places exceeds one million dollars, but does : armies United States in this rebellion) of a person whoai-
under contract to such places as the cir- centum of and allowances cf a brigadier-general In thn Uni- i
of delivery three millions dollars, seventyfive per pay, lauds or tenements shall havc-beeu''old by a board ot
cu ust&nces'ofthe service may require them to be sent; such capital ; to each association whose capital exceeds ted States army.Approved tax commissioners and not redeemed, shall, alter the

ofordnanc or ordnance'stores, and small arms, from three millions of dollars, sixty per cent of such capital.; March 3, 186:;. period of redemption kas elapsed, 1m entitled to payment -

foundries and armories to the arsenals, fortifications, And that one hundred and fifty millions of dollars bf -- out of the!'balance of the proceeds of sale of suchlands
frontier posts and army depots ; freights, wharfage, ,the entire amount circulating note authorized to be CHAPXEP. txxxvi. and tenements, after the same shall: have bec-u :
for the.jjurcbase and .hire of associations in the states, An Act regulating" Proceedings,in..criminal Case*.' and of the -
tolls, and ferfiAgei ;. .,issued! shall be apportioned to paid into the treasury of the buited States,
,, 'ViA 'ofi'a..'ypntfHi. oxen, and harness, anc.Utbe pavohMoa ud- in.tno District of Columbia, and in the territories, according for other purposes. amount of his lien, if. a sufficient sum shall be left lor
'repair'of wagon&TWCrts fcutnirtysTand other sea-going to representative population, and the remainder Kelt enacted bt/ tie'Senate and'Houserf JtejiresenJatitesoftlte after the pa"menof all claims of the ;
, vessels and boats required for the, transportation, of shall be apportioned by the Secretary of the Treasury : ':-United States if America in Cvngies uremtfetf, United such purpose States,, together with the cost and expenses ot 1

supplies and for gariieon imposes ;for drayage and among associations formed In the several states That every grand jury impanelled before any districtor and tho of all prior liens under such :
cartage at the several posts ; hire of teamsters; transportation -- in the District of ,Columbia, and \1n; the territories, circuit court ofthe United States inquire into and rules, and regulations payment, and after exhibiting such proof '

of funds/or the pay.and other.dlaburstngdepartinents having duo regard to the existing banking: capital, resources : presentment make of public offences against the United of his right as tw Secretaryof 'limo Treasury :shall pre-
; the expenses sailing public: transportson and business of such states, district, and terri States, committed or triable within the district for -
the various rivers, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic tories. which the court is holden consist? of_not less than I scribe.SEC. 5. Andbeit ftn-lhfretiwtfil, 'l'h:.t each board oftax

and Pacific; ,and for ;procuring water: at such Approved,-.March. 3,1865. sixteen aud exceeding twenty-three persons. If ofthe commissioners shall file in the department .)f tin- from their situation, require it to be brought, persons summoned le*a than sixteen attend, they transcript of its proceeding*' from time to

I Jroin: distance t ;,and for clearing roads, and removing CHAPTER LXXXIII. shall be placed on the grand jury, and the court shall time treasury as the a said proceedings shall occur, and duplicatesof .

I obstructions.from.roads, harbors, and rivers,'to the extent I An Act to prevent the Enlistment of Persons charged order the marshal to summon, either immediately or all orders, resolutions, documents and paper, draft, :
which maybe: required for the actual operations of with Crime in the District of Columbia, as Substi for a day fixed, from the body of the district, and not and of- surveys made or issued by them,
plats maps
the troops In the field,thirty million.dollars.. tutefs or as Volunteers in the Army or Navy, from the,bystanders,'a sufficient number. of persons to : and often and under such ,rejmlalkmi :a. the Secrt- -
For the hire of commutation of quarters :for: i officers and to prevent Frauds at the' District complete the grand jury.. And who icvcr 'a challengeto us oftheTrcasury shall prescribe ;'aml copies of anysuch

military duty ; hire quarters for troops { of storehouses Jail'in the City, Washington. an individual grand juror is allowed, and there are tary orders resolutions, documents, papers, or pro-

for, the safe-keeping
grounds ;for, summer, cantonments; for the the' con- of the United State of America, in Congress assembled, grand jury, 'the court*shall make a like order to the ,under the, hand of the said Secretary or of the officer

construction.temporary huts,.hospitals, and stables, That; from and after the passage.oi this act, it shall be marshal to summon sufficient number of persons for, custodyof., said transcripts and duplicatefc,

,and repairing: public buildings'at established' post, unlawful for any..person, with knowledge of the fact to that purpose. No indictment shall bo found, nor shall having under the seal of the treasury, shall be evidence with

live million dollars. present or offer to any recruiting agent or officer, or any presentment be made, without the'cOI1.cur. encl' of the same effect as the originals.

For,heating stoves;,one hundred. hour any muster officer in the United States, military or at least twelve grand 'jurors.' From the persons summoned Sue. o. tnd be i* further enartrd, That the 'expenses
either volunteer or as 'a :substitute and accepted,as grand jurors tho court shall board
S&flddOUXL naval,service, as a caused incident, to tho proceedings of any
by or
-For.. ,tn1cdDg and extending, the telegraph for for:any.person, any person charged with the commission I. appoint foreman, 'who shall have power to administer of tax commissioners lhall be paid by:the eoinmissioit-
I ruhlItaryiurposes: : and for expenses: in ""operating' 'the of any criminal offence, and confined or held ub oaths and affirmations to'app enring before ,- out of the proceeds the'sales which'br 'n oruall

':8amet five huudrea thousand dollars. bail for the trial of such offence within the District tif the grand jury. \ .ers, be made by them ot" ,any lands or tehementM:
,, of prisoners ofwar Columbia ;'*and it shall in like manner,be unlawful for. foEC.2. And If it further enacted That' when the of.. Provided, hotcever. That the bills of such-expenses shall '
one million dollars': '. any person, in any way or manner, to abet, aid or assist 'fence charged he treason. or a capital offence, the defended be first submitted; and approved by'.the Semiary ot : -
:For'clothing for'tue armyrcainp: Au&garilsozi, equipage .list in procuring the offer acceptance: of any,person no, shall he entitled to.twenty and the United Statesto .. ..

and for expenses of office, ami 'urilt'lIal'nftfh"' million charged or held for trial, or released on ball and &watting peremptory challenges. On a trial for any other the 'frell-nry. .)..
dollars.: : 1 ; trial, either as a volunteer or as a substitute for ani I

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which lands ohall further enacted, That in any cue in to the said Western Pacific Railroad with aU fiscal under the thirteenth .- ,
j be redeemed after sale Company, preent year, section of the parti pf acts --
made inconsiatem
board of commissioners and by the the privileges and benefits of the several acts of con- act approved May seventeen, eighteen hundred with the PJ'O\"llfona tit''
.J after the received I and L act, are hereby of
t by them on the sale of such lands has money been cress relating thereto, and subject to all the conditions sixty-four. may be used, as far as may be necessary, to repealed.
paid into thereof Approved,March 3 1865.
the : 'Prodded, That the ,
time within
4 treasury by the owner complying with which the said supply deficiencies in the proceeds of the aforesaid sys :

visions of the law relating: to redemption all the pro Western Pacific Railroad Company:shall be required to tem during the fiscal year commencing July first

if be necessary to construct the first twenty miles their ClUPnR XCI.
compIled with on his the of said road, shall eighteen hundred and sixty-five.
part said An to
l tify to the Secretary of the board8hall cer be one year from the first day of July, eighteen hundred SBC. 13. Be farther enacted That if V incorporate a national militarv &D4
Treasury the any person or
Aiylum for Q&
that such and the relief of the
lands sixty-five and
have that the totally
entire road be
been shall ; and d1a&bled
redeemed persons wilfully maliciously
the injure
j and Oft1eera
amount of the completed from San men of the Volunteer
i purchase money paid by the purchaser, and when the latter Jose to Sacramento, connecting at down, or destroy any letter box pillar box, or other Statel. Fortes of the UD1
the with the said .
said Central
: Pacific Railroad, receiving boxes established
purchase-money was paid,; together with within four by authority of, the I Be It enacted by the Senate
such thereafter and
other years ;
circumstances as the V Postmaster General of the United States for the safe tativea of the RepreaeJ.
SeCretary United !
by Approved. March States of
3. 1865.V America
I : general regulation or special instructions shall deposit matter for the mails and for delivery: or sembled, That In Congreq...

; quire, and the re shall wilfully aid and assist in .Grant, David G. P
p Secretary, on being! satisfied that the injuring, tearing downor Hannibal H amllnf Andrew t.
lauds have been duly redeemed sh. CHAPTER LXXXIX. destroying any such box or boxes, such of Edwin Salmon P. Ch
4 ll every M. Stanton ae
repay, draft Gideon
by An
.. .. drawn on the treasury of the United States the Act relating to the postal Laws.! fender, being thereof duly convicted, shall, for George Bancroft. WeUs, John A. DU':
Be 'William
said it enacted
purchaser by the Senate aud House of everyr Shennan
the Represen- such offence be
t, principal and Interest of said, fined not less than one A. Andrew, Andrew G. JohU
purchase- tatives of the Curtin
money ; and the United States of America, in Congress assembled than thousand Oliver P. Monon.
; / purchaser shall forthwith deliver more one or be imprisoned DOt F. Butler, George G Meade Ben
session to the pos That all domestic letters, except letters law- less than John BrougH,
owner so redeeming one year, nor more than three or both P Banks NathanJei
as years
aforesaid ,
: Prorufof fully franked. and certified Joseph Hooker, Samuel R.
duly letters
of soldiers CurtIs
Aoicfrer and
according to the
That no owner shall be circumstances and aggravations of the J. Oglesby. David Too Riehan!
deem entitled to/l'!! mariners in the service of the United which Henry Warc1Beeeher
unless, in addition to the oath are offence. And if any clerk or other person employed in E. Burnalde John Anlbl'Olt
I isting laws, he shall swear that he has prescribed by ex deposited for mailing in any post-office of the United any of the departments of the postofflce establishment William A. Logan, DanIel S. Dietlnson

with the not taken part States, on which the postage is unpaid. shall. sent shall Buckingham,Carl Schurz, Oliver
r insurgenta in the present rebellion in the e by wilfully and unlawfully remove from any letter ard, Hamilton Fish, 'Frank O. Ho,,:
ir or
way given them aid comfort any postmaster to the dead-letter office in Washington posted at received in Sigel Francis W.Yland
Or and shall satisfy the and all letters ; or any postoffice or branch post Audio Blair, Thomaa C. Fletcher !

board of commissioners that the said oath is ,true shall bo forwarded deposited for mailing, paid only in part, office. established by authority of the Postmaster General Lovell H. ROusseau, Horace Greeley obertBrc1nj4'
Prm-idfd: alto. That : to destination, charged with the un of the United George H.
a tenant art 8tu
; any postage
sufferance stamp or stamps Joseph Henry John
at G.
or will rate
shall not be paid to be collected on deliver '. Barnard,
allowed ) affixed thereto Henry
to in of J.
redeem, nor shall payment postage, every such of William B. Astor Raymond -
a tenant fork SEC. 2. And be it further enacted James Gordon
years be allowed to redeem, unless he That the provisions fender, being thereof duly convicted, shall, for W. Halleck William Bennett, a.
shall aat sfy the ofthe act entitled "An every E Dodge
board of act for the relief of William
postmasters such offence Y.
commissioners be fined not than E"
Ii in addition more one hundred dollars James T.
to the I Brady Gerritt
other re who have been robbed by confederate Smith, Reuben ,
quirements forces
of the law that or rebel or imprisoned not than E. PentaD
more six
the owner of the reversionary I guerillas '' months, accord Bellamy Storer, George P. ,
approved McIIT'alne'
estate has been loyal April twenty-nine, eighteen hundred ing to the circumstances and GaIa.ha
and aggravations of the Grow A.
not in any'manner of Henry W. Bellows
and J. S.
be C.
in this rebellion engaged sixty-four, and the same are hereby, extended fence. Abbott, Jay Cooke
nor in giving aid or comfort to I Oliver Wendall, Holmes,hrael
rebel to cases loyal postmasters where WaahbutD
by rea.conof SEC. 14. And be farther enacted, That the advertisement Goodwin ,Ichab04
SEC. S. And be t the presence of armed forces a post office is yearly Frederick Smyth, John Z. Goodrich
destroyed for Cbj
further proposals to
enacted That carry the mails of the Henry Davis William .
when ,
lands and the Claffln
postmaster loses J.
the .
tenements fixtures and wne"
1 parcels, lots furniture United States shall be ; Edmarmda
or of published hereafter Amos
I land which for a period A. Lawrence ,
have Edward
been or postage and S.
I ; selected under direction stamps, stamped envelopes ; and also of six weeks in TObey, Thomas
of the President one or more, but not to exceed five sell, Charles-CK Rua-
to where Loring, '
cases such losses George B.
ment govern- are occasioned Upton
use, or which have been by armed newspapers, printed in the State or Greene J. vunes u.
territory where the M.
purchased forces Williams
at sale than those ,
t of
made any the so-called Confederate George G. Stannard
by mail
4 a board of tax service is to be performed of M. Henry
1 States commissioners for the United States. one which shall be Rice, Greenville M. Dodge, Morton

have been entered upon by printed at the seat of government of such state or Thomas Webster. James ._H'MlchaeJ_. ... ,
persons claiming SEC. 3. And be it further enacted That in ter.ritrY.4 M. &-n 1 .tI.
addition -- --- ------
preemption.'<,.iifVisif -:.- *rights d therein, with the consent or liv thA r to the items of rent, fuel light and clerks _ Richard J. Field, Henry C. Carey f 4.1 - John
f UMX/IAIJ 01 me ooard of tax commissiocers, and -in in th... Rftli ......,,*: .. t .1... --.. __,___h enumerated" I SEC. 15. And be U further enacted, That nothing contained ney, Bishop M. Simpson G. S. Griffith W. For-
tu u0 uitu ,
CCWHU.LJ.ji uuo itcL
with approved July first, William
in the .
act eutitled Hen
instructions act
heretofore to amend the laws ry Channing James
issued hundred E.
by the and sixty-four the Yeatman
President of the Postmaster General]I Dwight: Purkee
United relating to the Postoffice A.
States, such persons shall be be, and he is hereby, authorized Department, approved T.. Stewart, Barnabas Hobbs,
taken to allow at his MontgomeryBlair
and deemed discre- March third ; !
I' to have eighteen hundred Jos
and R.
acquired rights of tion, out of the sixty-three, shall E. B. Ward
: tion in said lands and preemp I revenues of the office at New York, and L be BO. construed as to Henry Benham Frank Moore
; certificates that have offices of the first repeal or modify the second sec. Alfred Lee, Edward Solomon
second Thomas
issued third arid fourth C.
or that classes tion Bryan
V shall lureafter bo a of the act entitled "An act making French Samuel B. B!
issued just and appropriations J. Crawford
by the reasonable for James
sum the
aid board T. Pratt
of necessary cost in L for the
commissioners service of the Postoffice Alfred
to H.
such persons shall be whole or in well of Department during the Terry, Edward Tompkins
valid part, as the Moses
foregoing items Fj
and effectual us of r fiscal Odd
as though issued year ending thirtieth of June their and
j act of which this is pursuant to the I furniture, stationary, printing, and other items of ex dred and sixty-one," for the eighteen hun successors, duly chosen, are hereby constituted
I amendatory. penditure required at offices delivery ofletters and other and created a body in
of those corporate the
SEC. classes to District
9. And be it further be ad mail matter from postoffices where bia. of Colum
commissioners That boards ot tax justed upon a satisfactory exhibit of the facts and that system of free

t shall give such notice, by advertise he be authorized to out of the ; delivery by carriers has not been established: Prod SEC. 2. And be it further enacted That !
ments, of sales of lands pay proceeds of the ded nevertheless and the said U
be it is
made hereby further N
: J by them, by autho money-order business the cost of enacted, poration hereby constituted shall
rity of law as the stationary and such That the consist of one
system of free hun
f i commissioner of internal other delivery shall be established dred members.
under revenue, incidental expenses as are for They shall have power
if i direction of the necessary the in place to fill all
every va
Secretary of the containing a population of cancies
order and Treasury, shall transaction of that bu iue58. fifty thous created by death, resignation
direct. or
and otherwise
: SEC. 4. And the delivery of the office thereof, and at and to make laws ,
be it further enacted ; by rules and
Sec. That the regulations]
: 10. seventh
And bo it such other :Provided
further enacted That section of the entitled places as the Postmaster General iu his That such by.laws rules ,
.vftrn of the section act "An act to amend the laws I and regulations
act entitled judgment shall are
'An "An act td amend an act entitled relating to the Post.Office Department direct: And provided further, That the pugnant to the constitution or laws of not re
act for approved L the
;k the collection prepayment postage on letters United
of direct taxes in insur March three. eighteen hundred drop in all places where States.
I rectionary districts and sixty-three, be, and I free
4.I other purposes," be amended within the United States, and for the same is hereby, amended so as to authorize the 16. And is not be established shall be one cent only.: SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That the business
further of
by enacted That
striking therefrom the Postmaster-General to allow for th no obscene corporation shall be
following words publication in book managed by
that is to pamphlet a board of
say: "or picture, print, or other twelve directors
to be struck off request the same newspapers, of the list of non-delivered letters at publication of. who shall elect from their
to a purcnasej for a less any a vulgar and indecent character st all be admitted I president two number a
into vice
thirds of the sum than two- post-office, compensation at a rate not to exceed two the mails presidents, and a
assessed of the secretary
t'I parcels ff(71fllgplication ." value of said [several] lots] or cents for each, .letter. so advertised. who shall United States ; any person or persons I seven of the directors of whom the president ; and

__ ._ deposit or cause to be of or one
deposited vice
r* in
SEC. 5. And be it further post presidents shall be
enacted That any one shall
; : the
P ac. 11. And be it further seven office or branch : form a
postoffice of quorum
t. is made enacted That in case ap teenth section ot the act entitled "An act to establish the United States for for the transaction of busines at -
1 to pay tax on a part of salaries for mailing or for delivery, an obscene book, meeting of the board of any special
tracts, lot any tract or postmasters, and for other pamphlet, directors.
or lots
I of lands embraced in one valuation proved July purposes, ap picture, print, or other publication, knowing SEC. 4. And be it further
eighteen hundred
it shall aud enacted
be That
sixty-four the
1 : to be ot board
competent for
a and or
the vnlgar indecent
__ character directors
commissioners and the is shall be deem shall hare
whether same ,
the valuation hereby amended, so as to from authority to procure for.
shall restore ed
t'! state authorities have been made by them er by the t e date of its passage, to the special agent of the,Post thereof guilty of a misdemeanor, and, being duly convicted L at a suitable place, a lite for a military Asylum early use.
to for
1 I shall for or-
I apportion such valuation Office every such offence be fined ficers and
In such and tax Department in the Pacific states and not more, men of tho volunteer forces of
territories the
manner than
_ _- and tae tax so as they may deemju.t and reasonable, :; his regular salary of two thousand five,hundred dollars, five hundred dollars, imprisoned not more than States who have been or may hereafter be. United
I one totally dli-
apportioned or both
upon the different and fixed shall be a lien per annum, under the act of March two, eighteen hun year, according to the circumstances and L bled by wounds received or sickness contracted

had been parts or parcels the same as if each dred and sixty-one, with an allowance aggravations of the offence. in the line of their duty during the while
thus in addition
originally valued or assessed. thereto, of a sum not I Approved, March 3, 1865. and to have the present rebellion;
SEC. 12. exceeding five dollars necessary buildings
be it per diem erected

4J: commissioner is hereby further enacted 'I'hat each tax to provide for his actual traveling and incidental ex .._------ due regard to the health of the location, facility, having of

3 administer authorized and empowered to penses while actively employed in the CHAFTKB: XC. cess, and competency to ac
oaths service: And An accommodate the
r or act to establish
affirmations person
in all the Postmaster-General a Bureau for the Relief of vdAdforinthlaacttablihmentandnpportofthiaasylumth. pro-
cases where is Freedmen
4% h same may be required under this act and the au additional hereby authorized to appoint and Refugees. 1 Z... I;. A_ .. I _
who shall any person special agent for the Pacific states uav. u. AUU uo 11 sunnex enacted That
wilfully take and Be it for the
4 a false oath enacted by the Senate and House es
or affirmation territories and two additional of Reprexntatives
t any such case shall in special agents to super- of the United. States e shall be
upon conviction thereof be intend postal matters of America in Congress astembled appropriated all
liable connected stoppages
to the punishment with the rai mail That or fines adjudged
of the and penalties provided by the laws service of the United States who shall way there is hereby established in the War Depart- volunteer officers, soldiers against
United States for the receive the ment, to continue or seamen by: sentence of
moreover forfeit crime of perjury, and shall same salary aud per diem allowance for during the present war of rebellion, courts martial or military commission
the travelling and for over and
sum of five one above
SPO.... 1<* A-J, >-- hundred dollars. incidental expenses to be paid out of the yearthereafter, a bureau of refugees, the amounts necessary for the
-- 4U. AU ", ue n;gturtner enacted That -- tion for mail trausnortat.inn appropria- freedmen and abandoned. lands, tn whit'......). ah.11 ..__ I government of reimbursement of the
.it purchasers -- ---- -v t> .u ouauuc CULL1- or individuals all
rn ri any sale, persons redeeming or ,in SEC. 6. And be mitted, as hereinafter provided, the desertion forfeitures: account
whose it from
writs of behail further enacted That supervision and the volunteer
t t possession hereafter service, and all
may be issued shall special agents of the management of all abandoned lands, and the due deceased moneys -
board of tax pay to the Post-Office Department, other control volunteer officers
than soldiers
I commissioners of all or
: for their use the those appointed for the Pacific subjects relating to refugees and freedmen from men, which now sea
two sum of states or
dollars for and territories are. may be, unclaimed
4 each or rebel for
certificate states, from
of sale, those or any district of after
certificate appointed under years the
_ demption of re the authority of the country within the death of such officers
or writ preceding solders
delivered territory embraced in or seamen
the -
provided section of this operations of to be
that the
thtu received the fees I IU act to superintend postal matters connec- army tinder repaid upon the demand ofthe heirs
together such rules le
with the salary of the ted with the and regulations as be gal or
stoners for commis railway service of the United States may prescribed by representatives of such deceased
: district shall the officer
\ any head of the soldiers
shall bureau ,
not be ,
exceed allowed
for or
four thousand the sum of r their necessary travelling and incidental approved by the President. seamen. And the said directors
dollars are
I The
said hereby authori.
to each of bureau shall be under
said the zed
end that commissioners, expenses, while actively employed in the management 'and to receive all donations of
any exeess that service, a control of money or
may be : sum a commissioner to be made : property.
received not
over that exceeding five dollars diem. appointed by the Pres by any person
amount or
shall be persons, for the benefit
persons applied in payment of clerks or other: SEC. 7. Anc be it further enacted, That the Postmas- ident, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate asylum, and to hold or dispose of the of the
by: said whose compensation shall same :-for its sole
commissioners in ter-General be be three and exclusive
of this act, far pursuance and he is hereby, authorized to thousand dollars use.
so as may be necessary, and the out of the pay, per annup, aud such number of clerks SEC. 6. And
if balance appropriation for miscellaneous as may be as be it further
j any, paid as the enacted. That ;
proceeds signed to him selec
them are required of the sales of lands sold by the sum of ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof by the Secretary of War, not exceeding tion of the site for the said asylum and the
be as one chief clerk plan of the
paid. two of the
; SEC. 14. And be may be required, for defraying the necessary fourth class, two of the third buildings, and the rules and regulation
it expense class for-the
further five of
first gene
enacted That preparing and class. And the ral and
: of tax commissioners any board L publishing a set of post-route commissioner internal direction of the asylum shall
and he
may employ the requisite arranged by states and of maps all persons appointed under this act shall by the directors and made
ber of clerks, num groups states, and showing fore 1 be- they may do all other acts
surveyors, and assistants who all the entering upon their duties, take the for the neces
ceive such shall re periuam nt mail routes, distances, and oath of office sary government and interests
compensation as the offices thereon in post- prescribed in an act entitled "an of the same as
Secretary of the hereby
the Treas United States with other act to prescribe authorized: Provided
ury may prescribe statis- however .
and an oath of That
; that any clerk tical informatien. aid for other lection of t no se
said board appointed by purposes, approved a site for said asylum
bo or
.1 Secretary to may receive specially empowered by the said I SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That for the July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and the buildings shall be agreed upon adoption until of any plan
and sftrthe
pur- commissioner
taxes, and rents for lands collect moneys due for direct pose of assorting and distributing letters and other and the chief clerk shall, before entering of half a million of dollars shall have been first sum

leased, and to pay them mail matter in railway offices upon their duties, give bonds to the treasurer bed donated lubBCri-
i to the said board over post the Postmaster- of the and paid into the
: Provided United States treasury of said
give however, That he first General may. from time to time appoint the former in the sum of fifty thousand poration. cor
______ j security in such ; who dollars and
sum the
and latter
with such shall be paid out of in the of SEC.
the sum 7
the said conditions as appropriation for mail ten thousand dollars And be it further enocted
Secretary That
proved by him may direct, with sureties to be ap tation: Provided, That the salary of each head transpor.clerk conditioned for the faithful discharge of their duties the asylum shall consist ota the officers 0 f
; and each so governor, a
held to have entered tax commissioner shall be appointed and employed shall not exceed fourteeu ficient respectively, with securities to be approved as suf ernor, a secretary and a treasurerapd gov
on the discharge of his ; hundred dollars 'annum by the Attorney General, which shall be such officer
when hA shall have duties per and that the bonds shall be appointed from the
salary of
'' required oath given approved security, taken the other clerks shall not exceed twelve hundred in the office of the first comptroller the treasury volunteer service-. and i pnsione Ccer of_ the

received his commission, and each per ....flt.t.%. C? dollars to be by him put in suit fnr the... he"-*** "* -__ --'-- from --- --- -v.j u appouueaasd re
at --- --- time
the office reported w* to time
p of the auy injured move as the
Secretary of the Treasury for a EC. 9. Aud be it further party upon any breach of the conditions lt of the Insti
: unless the said Secretary shall duty,,I enacted, That the provi SEC. 2. And thereof. tuton may require, by the board
direct otherwise. in any particular case sions of the fourth section of the act entitled "An be it further enacted, That the Secretary 8. be further dtr

&:!..._ ..p _. ... making appropriations for the act of War may direct such issues of provisions ing persons enacted, follow
I 0*4AnQ be it further service of the Post- ing and cloth only shall be entitled to the benefits
: of the
enacted Office as he >
That deem needful
where Department the may for asylum and
or tenements have lands during fiscal year ending the diate the imme may be thereto
been or and admitt upon the
I under the hereafter be, sold thirteenth of June, eighteen hundred and temporary shelter and supply of destitute mendation of the recom
:1 provisions sixty ,
: of the one, and suffering dlrctn namely all vol
several June refugees and ;
acts of approved fifteen
freedmen unteer
'F lating to the sale of lands for congress re eighteen hundred and sixty, be and children and their wives officers, soldiers, have
direct taxes and the under such len
same rules
in are
4 insurrec hereby modified and regulations during the
tionary districts, in so as to authorize as he present war,who been
tracts which the may direct. or, who be
at the Postmabter-General may
were held time of sale, to cause the mails totally disabled by
to be wounds
by two or trans Deceived
.1 more freehold I SEC. 3. And be it or sickness
owners, in several ported between the United States, and further enacted, That the in the line of contracted
I ty, any one of these owners any foreign port dent Presi their duty, and such,
being or may, by and with persons on
otherwise ports or between the advice
I entitled ports of the United and inmates
to redeem, shall be allowed States, touch- Senate consent of the becoming of this asylum shall

I parcel of land held by him to redeem fur the piece or jug at a foreign port, by steamship, allowing and the states, appoint an assistant commissioner for each of their pensions during the they shall assign. thereto
t pay- remain
declared tie there
as a freehold ing therefor if to be in in
by an American 1 insurrection and receive
1 aforesaid, on paying his owner, as vessel, any sum not ing ten in not exceed it benefits.
; proportionable part of exceeding the sea and United aumber, who shall, under 9.
penalty costs ,tax., States inland the direction of SE. And it further
expenses, nd postage, the commissioner I That the directors
interest and j eated.
aid in
-the said by a foreign vessel the
execution of make
tionable the
i part to be propor any sum not exceeding the provisions an annual report the
U ers. And it shall be ascertained by the said commission sea postage on the mails so conveyed. oi this act; and he shall give a bond to the Treas j asylum to the War Department cdiUo of the

:, to retain the residue optional of the tract with the purchaser either SEC. 10. And b it further enacted, That V no steamship I and ury dollars of the United in States, in the sura of twenty tho us- municated to congress on the whc. b com

i purchased, after a or other vessel depaiting from the the form and manner January after the firtMonday enr
1 demption of a part re United States first prescribed in the passage of act
or section and it shall
., purchase to the surrender his certificate of: for a foreign port or ports,shall be permitted to receive shall of this act. Each of said commissioners duty of the said directors to examine

commissioners, and receive back on board, or letters receive an annual salary of of and audit the ac
them the amount of the from convey any or letter packets origi hundred dollars two thousand five count the treasurer. this asylum
interest purchase-money paid, with nating in the United States which have in full compensation for all inspect qu&lad to
: and in case he dot been vices. his ser at least
shall elect to retain the larly posted at and received regu- And any military officer SEC. 10. tem s ye.
_ or parcel unredeemed piece from, the post-office at may be detailed and And
. he shall surrender his certificate the port of departure and it shall assigned to duty under this tct without of the fe ene'Tat'11mates
_ __ for the whole tract ( ; be the duty of the increase of aylu shall be,
purchased pay or allowances.
issue a new certificate for ; and the said board shall collector or other officer of the port empowered to the The commissioner shall, before ject to rules and articles of war a hrb1',
piece piece or certificate for the grant clearances of vessels, to require commencement of each regular a salon of in the win be gov
or as thereby .
- parcel of land retained. of clearance from a condition make full report of his congress, erne same manner as they were

4 Approved, March 3, 1865.r' the master or commander of such the state of his proceedings with exhibits of army or navy ol the States. i il

", steamship or vessel, an oath or affirmation that he has accounts to the President, who shall SEC. 11. And be it Unt

MMMM MM not received on board his ship communicate the same to congress and may at time ter eat Tat. 'congress
-. CHAPTER or vessel, and has not make shall also any
special ,
*-- Lxxxvin. under his reports aler aend, repeal this
care or within his whenever act.
&.n Act to amend an Act and will not re the President required to do so by

.: Construction of a Railroad entitled 'An Act to aid in the eel ve and convey any letters or letter packets address sistant or either house of congress; and the as- Apprve Ma 3, 1865. .

; the Missouri River and Telegraph Line from ed to a foreign country,. except as hereinafter their commissioners shall make quarterly reports of.' : r V
I- to the Pacific Ocoan, and ted, which hire have not been proceedings to the commissioner and f -
cure to the to se delivered to him from other also such 'ro
: Governmen the.Use of the same for the post-office the port of departure special reports as from time to time S1a !( QV BY
tal, military, and other pos- : Provided, how- quired. may be re. "E.
; first Purposes, approved July ever, That the provisions of this section shall THE SUBSCRIBERS,

4 ::. an Act, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and to amend; to any,letters or letter packets which relate to not the apply SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner ", DESIRG---- T C THE

I V k amendatory thereof, approved and,are addressed cargo under the dlr r M/vn nK... 'D-.u___ -*- .- ttieir entire at the o vuc.
July second __ to the owner ------- .uu .I ca U"UI .tt very Lowcsr
eighteen hundred _i or of such lIJlau have I PBZCE2.
authority to CA81
and set This
Rtt4' ... |.... .........-*-- "-_ .. sixty-four. a&tCamsnlp- or other vessel, or to letters apart, for the use of loyal refugees and stock ebrc the assortment of
any or packets freedmen bat .
U such cli
VKU me in
F' oy senate tracts x e the
and House of Represen which are enclosed in a United of land within the Insurreetiona- Market 0- Merhl-
tatives of the States cotnA
I United States of stamped envelope ry stites as shall have been Ladles
.t sembled America in Congress of a denomination sufficient in abandoned, or to which Shirts
i That section ten as amount to cover United States shall the Bt ,
of have
Cards Statone.Playg
said act of the United States acquired title Oloths
eighteen July second, postage legally chargeable by confiscation ,
w hundred and thereon, or sale
sixty-four be KO modified and if such letters or packets had been or otherwise, and to every male citizen the Army and .Souer
amended posted and wheth-
as to allow trans er refugee 'Nav Hawa
the freedman ,
Central Pacific mitted by the as aforesaid Cigars, : '
1 : Railroad Com regular mall. there shall be Coer ,
pany, and the Western signed not as- Bte ,: Stoves,
Pacific more than Ce
_. Railroad Company SEC. 11. And be it further tony acres ot such land Canned gooda &
:. California. the Union Pacific of enacted, That nothing person to whom it was and the Water .Soda
V. Union Pacific Railroad Railroad Company, the contained in the act entitled "An act to establish a pos- in the use and 80 assigned shall be protected Apparatus for' ottIing" pnrpses. Busines

all other Company, eastern division, and tal money-order system," approved May seventeen three enjoyment of the land for the term of \Vaonsnew and second hd"' Photographic Stock
? years an ,
provided annual
for in the eighteen hundred rent not Cases, Fish
-: second of July, eighteen said act of the and sixty-four, or in any other act, centum upon the value exceeding six per We Hob Lines. &c., ko ,
: hundred shall of to
be such call
; and so land
issue sixty-four to construed as to as it dear to the
; ; their six per centum prevent deputy postmasters praised by the state wu ape' 1'OUattention above .,having
.- thirty:years' bonds interest at money-order or other offices from authorities in the detred to from business In
payable in in year eighteen the South
any lawful depositing the hundred and we
sixty for
the a
money of tim United States national banks designated purpose of taxation prepad t sacrifice upon our stock
their separate roads. And ,upon by Secretary of the case no such appraisal and in ; and feel confident

by authorized to issue the said companies are here Treasury as public depositories, to their own credit as shall be based the can lie found, then the rental tbe'lnducment wo offer must give the Public
respectively, their bonds to the deputy. postmasters, money.orders estimated value or the land ftlafaclOD. Sutlersarepartlcularly
extent of one hundred miles in advance their or other funds iu said year, to be ascertained in in Invt to exaine
V '
charge under such
completed line of bf a continuous the direction of the Postmaster- commissioner manner as the N.
construction General may by B.-All
SEC. 2. ,nor to prevent their negotiating drafts regulation prescribe. At the V pens indebted to us are Inormed
And be it further orders, end ohaid term f respecthilly -
V or at
ht" .
enacted, That the or other evidences of any time during said immediate
debt settlement
ment made by the Central assign through these banks, as occupants of term. the a must be made.

,- California to the Western Pacific Pacific Railroad Company of they may be instructed and'required by the Postmas V land and receive any.parcels such title so assigned may purchase the C. w. DENNIS, &CO.

a t; said Railroad Company of ter-General. thereto a8 the United State,
state ,
of the cap 'No.4.rDt'Row
right to cODvey'upon
',:;, .V.. said railroad and construct all that portion of SEC. 12. And be it further enacted, That the balance land, is ascertained paying therefor the value of tIi, I C.

":)\'V,. i: tho rity Kftrramento telegraph In from the city of San Jose to which may remain unexpended of the appropriation of mining the annual rent and fixed for the purpose of deter.V ad No. 4. Bay Btrect Jackaoarille Fla.
hereby aforesaId.
rafined one hundred thousand
% nn 1 confirmed dollars to meet any deficiencies RF.('. tL ho it BLANETBILLS
in the And further ertnctVd OF
pmreprfji of Hit LADING .FOR AJJE
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