Florida union

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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
August 26, 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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there be- 'practical cnn ( ,What does history teach us in regard to the but from the "
IICD any of
15 rrnrT. EVERY SATURDAY V nXIXa 'BY difference between n.< jenuuiencc and homogeneity social} dements! : ; j.
as to the mode of suchprejudicesalll the likeness
J. 1C. STICKS Y carrying out these principles of institutions, of manners: i
E 1 1
'Ii "r ? It is found'in the views of race ? Speaking on the sub- of i ideas,of tastes, of tongues: ; the unity which ;
we take
TERMS : .I' \ the niu'ual relations of the two of ject A1.ugustin'l'hierry, in his "IIistory of the resides in the men thcI1t3eln"dlOm : !
f) Trn Tr)111" per Annum in Adv :South. races in! the H0111:111: Conquest," Whatever of society '; I .
:arse. t : You, judging from this says degree assembles, and not in the forms of their
distance] '
o chcv.riplinnc talon for less than Three months.Single territorial: unity the modern States associations l
"Deliver great of
say, the four ; in short that i '
millions morn!
copies five cents. :' *-r. of freed )CO- unity ((1'unite i
t into l Europe may appear.t'o have attained what- morale
'In' pIe the hands of their former ; ) which is far more important than
ADVERTISING : now embittered by their oppressors, ever may: he the community of manners, language political unity, and which is the l .j
Two flollnrs per Sqnnrc of Ton Xonpuriol defeat, and they and public which only solid l
Lines orrccnprlncr will make their condition feeling the habit of foundation for the latter." .
the sime for worse than before." ,
apace first i
: One living under the ;
dollar for oncli subsequent insertion. '. m I, starting from the same principles] and af same government and in the I have watched with deep interest. the cdti'r !
A liberal lnction! made to permanent advertisers ter four years of close and same stage of civilization has introduced cational ctlcct of the war upon ourown
1 thoughtful obser- among! the inhabitants of each of those States and army,
vation I
of the assure that while
I you
traces where
pnTNrr'I N GIn they are I
say ::m there is scarcely one of them which does r
not have
unwillingly forced to the conviction .I : uniformly and quickly 1 learned to
cv"-y !styln, neatly and. promptly execute.. rft'ect of the that the even now present; living traces of the diversity crate the fact that the appre] ,
war has existence
not been of
--- ---- simply to "embitter' our: iVce
.... of the :
I of
races which
----- : men in
---- course of Government
IIj() their,, ,,,relations, ., but. to develop. a root- time, have come together in it., could only bo preserved] by the ;. i
[Social; Conrspondenco: of the Florida Union. c v.4>!1 .<).'IL nt.n1'/% ---i-t destruction of the system of !slaver
and !
KIIISUIvuicu maKcs tHeir so
permanent "This I
1 NEW YORE fusion in variety shows itself plainly under become radically [
August 8,1805.;:) one political community an abso- different andthoroughly aa ii-slaveryt -, t,
aspects) with features more of less the
Z. -]). Cox lute impossibility The sole difference tendency of battling for the old .
M.ijorGeneral! republican. candidate ; I between m:,.rkel1. Sometimes it is a complete almost Hug was i

( : for Governor of Ohio, has!; written'I a I find us, then, is in the degree of hostility of idioinc( of local traditions, of political separation deepening equally their! uniform in increasing; and I,
we pride of
existing between the races and its race. The tact i is
p.tiitimenis ,
letter onProfmintl 1 the negro (question which creates a I probable permanence. You assume that the distinguishing 1 and from a sort the of instinctive enmity, one which cannot safely be overlooked] in any >. p t

sensation throughout the country. extension of the right suffrage to the blacks: tho population of a few great small national districts mass and calculation involving their Action;>I upon the : t j .

The convention nominating General Cox learinrj them intermixed with the white, will sometimes a mere difference of dialect; is political problems before tllc country, and it .
or one in
cure all the trouble.] I believe regard to which I think I can
that it hardly
adopted a platform, the doctrinal points of rather be like the decisions would even of accent, marks, though more feebly, be mistaken. f
in : '
that other ,
the limits of
which are : I darkness] of which Milton speaks where- settlements of races of men, The Anglo-American and African-Ameri < .
once thoroughly distinct and hostile to each
1st. That slavery and its institutions are "Chaos umpire sits, I i o,1 ac1,." Southern races now soil in stand iiice to thee upon the : .. .

irreconcilably opposed to freedom and ,free And by decision more embroils the, fray." ;: ff( fifteen centuries of common government few colored men irreconcilable whom we have hostility. The'

institutions, and must be finally and completely Yet, as I believe with you, that the ri.irht! to an.i political union have not been able to ob- may be regarded as the waits and amongst us of ,'

; ( eradicated life and liberty arc inalienable, and more than lit rate the distinctions and even the "i lstincti1 the great body which is a nation in numbers'strays .
admit the clanger of leaving n laboring class c* enmity" of races which werephysiologici'jy i.i i. and in its isolation by mental
: and
2 11. That: President Johnson's policy .of at the entire mercy of those who formerly i similar, what encouragement have we characteristics. It i is ns a unit that physical

reconstruction: i is endorsed, with the proviso owned them as slaves, you will &\y I :pail I ti) !' success; will attend a forced( political i'u- deal with them, and no paltering with we must the .

bound to furnish sumo! ;de'l of bitterly hostile:: races from the antipodes edges of the
Uiat: the contemplated restoration of the rebel solution of the 1 pro'I difficulty will avert the clooni
blem which shall of the human family? which ;
deny right or incur i I history teaches us will ft'Slow!
Stab{ shall be at such lime and such 'si
;- upon the peril. So I am, and the only real solu j, .. .l he' process. by which even the comparative wrou.solution.: .

; UTIVK as will give unquestioned assurance oftic tion which I can see is the peaceable separation : unity of the English people) was achieved, The magnitude of the problem+ ) is 1 immense '. .

p; .lcc and security; not only to the loyal of the races. But, you will reply, foreign i is tleiicribcd; by the same philosophic) historian but the principles which must decide it '

l people] I of the rebel States, but also to the colonization will break down hopelessly whom\ have quoted, near the close of way or the other are simple. When deal one ';

price: and prosperity of the Federal Union" under thevery vastness of the labor, even if his great work, as'a"complete amalgamation" with whole ccmimmity, however we '

C .-:1.'r.ll Cox stands squarely upon. .:: this I it were not tyrannical enough to expel-these I of Gorman; and Saxon idioms, and a "mixtureof related to ourselves, it is not by the closely' \
plat: ft i:trig lie then; adds : < J unfortunate people from the) land (Jf thr-ir (lie. two races, which it took lour centnrif tion of the maxims of municipal law pl acs-
I birth. I the full ; of :sanguinary: war to accomplish. i plied to individuals as ap .
TV importance to our'couritry deter- grant weight of the objection I I ; that we must decide the
minatingrightly: the' grave questions which and therefore say: the solution is thus! .:; tist stepping 1 [ll'c: are from the 1J HIefieldon case, but by the modified ibrni( of international -'

mint probably: be settled within the coming n arrowed -down to a pcnrealle separation of\ which] descendants it'L common imce try, law, which so far from ignoring

year, is too great to make me willing to omit the races on lie Mil where they noio arc. ; so: little removed from us that we can literally ** to'' God; our common ruler-- or the rcsponsibilitv oh-- "
The essential\ j reach hlcl: .our hands to giasp those of our ligation to
iisinsr, whatever influence or information I ,I point in the discussion thusappears recognize the fundamental right.s :
mar have in assisting! at, the solution.WhHhorin .-- l to belfch&iietuiilreations of the two I eonHJ1\*- sires, have waged time most ti enien- oi' man, necessarily implies theiii :tIL 'fteligiou :- :<:;'> V
bogs .
in the Southern :and terrible of common wars it. does l honor ; I
public or private life I shall races States as a question of Immunity; republicanism-} ; callfr"*'" 'r .
frofly give the results of my cxperien'ce' fact, and the probable future consequences of I not become us to argue that peaceful: discus- .I upon us to see well to it that we do] not allow h'I
si ion ,
; settle differences!
: quietly
observation in the South durinnthe war and those relations as a question of theory. which in the seething and molten( elements to crystalize

the conclusions/ which my study of both Upon the question of fact I think I may, i the!forme'times, were settled by the sword ; but I into :t new; form of oppression, and 1 recognize r < .
ray'"- IM:;S led nv; I shall expect thr facts thati with all modesty, claim that my antecedents j of the memory the almost present as well as !;f its t fully as you possibly can the bmdeii I;

I 11' t'C been an anti Flavcry man frOllll11"- and my opportunities of observation entitle I Imy remote past calls upon build Ulirpolit.ti of responsibility which this great epoch in t :

yo' h' "p. that I assisted at the original or- testimony to have some weight, even i j rience solidly well upon principles t. Lich expe- the world's history rolls: upon all who .have, ?
as as reason to be
with the most radical prove durable even the humblest
grritiou: of tho ,Republican l partyt :andante I anti-slavery men, of the j and than part in (lctcrnminillg,.tlh | '.5
more ever to avoid ha
deluding of
ourselves f
!North )
pe public -t' '
( 1 with it and the Union party ever since, policy., <
with the
I It I cry of'"pcnc<", when
tee '
The pe "
antagonism of which I have is !
:n1'1! tint I have been a Federal soldier from spoken Whether --j #
there i i. !1" endorse
:; no peace you or not a911. .CoxV-
not entirely one-sided. On the of I .
tli surrender of Sumter to the surrender of part 1 J
tli" }List armed rebel will secure me a candid former master it takes the form of an indomitable A-, during this these weary in years ofv'arT, have views,] you will find them interesting cither r .
] pride, which utterly refuses to pondered problem the intervals of in a practical
from all entertain or slCCUhUiveview.
and oven a friendly hearing who It is thequestion
strife, or by the camp fire at night, I have \ .
the idea of
political social
have loved the country and earnestly takenits equality,, of all
been more and more impelled to the belief to he decided by the
part in th late terrible struggle.! If other mingled with and a hatred intensified by talc circumstances that the only basis of permanent nationality people of the.South. ..i 1JV-! ,
views than mine prevail I jharhold] it the results of the war. This
my i is to be found in
: coin ) of
homogeneity the Our.
duty to act cheerfully and promptly with the feeling.. .is,not.. confined. .,to the. slave-owners. -- I people_ ., of manners,, and: of Ia\\8. The. ranid.. hotels. are filled with. applicants- !ibr""i)- ,J.,
that the alone, !out. tIle poor WHites share it iullv, :andoften I -- --- pardon who are *
body of loyal men, believing best so- fusion of the races of Western: Europe as they exccpted in President Tohn-

lution which they,can ',give will be best attainable show it more passionately.On J have met upon our shores;: has secured tin? son's twclltthousand dollar clause. 'Some'-!f--
the of the freedmen
part it is manifested .
divide from them ;
and that to will
former t
of these requisites, and the Yankee get pad-cloned: :who "
be to deliver the Government into the handsof in an utter distrust of the dominant race, I not thereby marie-4!
race- adopt the epithet honorable
its enemies. .- and an enmity which, although made b circumstances marked as it is with salient as characteristics one, loyal), nor even will be, while others reallvt' r

Next follows his'private yicws' upon re- manifested, more is as real passive and implacable and] less openly as'thc j is: so complete amalgamation all families deserving, wait. It would be better to il 1'ro- !;n. *

constrncliou anl( the claim i of the ifreedmen other. They have the mutual attraction of from the eastern boundary of Germany: to the claim universal amnesty to all but 'assassins,,\ ,
western coast of Ireland, that; there are few of .
and 1.
their "
to political privilegesin, the. Southern. State?, race among themselves, and repulsion of the in whose veins accessories.
us not mixed
arc the blood of t
whites as another people, developed to a de- The bondholders -*.
Florida "
lie continues : several. But this unhappy race which we' the 'Railroad'CoinminY 1 .
'gree which suprised me. It is not as individuals -
I shall in regarding the' are speaking does not amalgamate with the arc taking: to put that road in't -
presume we agree of a nation{ common to us all, that they ,

Hall Address," Its those which should ,of one of them, speaking to myself, they feel it is so ; the fact no one can deny. Nor can have been purchased to run in connection'with ; t
it be denied
that its
its destruc-
determination bf our relations'to' or '
guide the that they "have long been an oppressed and it. I' f'""
both whites and'blacks: in the rebel.States.:-: ,down-trodden: people. tion will surely be worked out, in its family !

That there may ale no mistake in, reference. td Hildreth in his Despotism in America, declared isolation. ; JudgcBurritt" of Jacksonville, JudgeVal, ? l'I\: :} t

this. I quote'theni ; \ slavery to)?e'iu. itself a state of war, Because there no. real unity of kcr, of Tallahassee, and several other distiri-' "' ,

'"First. The principle must' be put beyondall and this character: is indelibly impressed people Southern( between blacks it the secms.manifest Southern ,whites to and that gu shed .Florida: Unionists arc here.; Tiiey t* f. .

question 'that theRepublic' 'a direct, both races'in 'tlie'.South. The me : t. r
upon captive will] Tarn sure with' sustain' "*'
: there could be no political unity butrrather a great
f'cvery citizen
claim the allegiance; learns dupli6ity toward'his, captor and in the
upon strife for the in which the the Spv.: Marvin in liis'tvorkof ristntct1 ri. '
from which no 8t3.1c'roJl absolve him, ana to'hig slave it has become'a markc.d'characteristic.. mastery, one or c r;
obedience to the laws of the Republic, It is1 a\ fair stratagem.I for which he feels no I other would go to the wall. The'weather'is so intensely 1 tot Floridian? ''i-;

anything in the Constitution' or'laws' of any.' guilt. I liave'seen! 'a' master boasting of the The struggle for supremacy' '' would be direct sigh for home r CI : iKI i ii t.:;' !'( J
: and immediate and I see no whatever
State toOt e contrary hotwit1ishndi'! ) 'of his servant, and discussing the subject -, 'hope /. ,,. "
,, fidelity : 4 : J.
: that the weaker ..race: would riot be 'reduced = -' .. .
judged -
"Second. The public raith 'IS to. of in His hie the 'q.
j slavery presence, negro ,<,,'
to hoPcless,subJjection, or utterlyr destroyed.. \ 1' I \,1. 4' f
every person: of color in'tile rebel States: ",to waited upon him with an impassive humility There is no reason ,to suppose that Missouri, : The be reimbursed_ f 1Efl.nlp; ti '

secure to them/apd' : 'athebrposterity forgYer, which :would make you believe no intelligent ',Uorderrufllanism'could'never' 'be repeated on ping and Furnishing;' Troops for. the' ..
a complete and veritable freedom. ]Iaving"proided idea of freedom ever penetrated his I. suPPression'oftheltebellloii. ;'! } >
fields. andthe strife once ,
; inaugurated .
this'freedomiseured tliejr pid'on in.ret I have that af- $
them seen same
r : ; 'negro i "' '' '
the faith;of this promise; and, asuccessful --, a jterwards in camp, transformed into .a.clear-, the merciless war would! ;, continue as long_!as, 'According. to' the fact approved July 27, :
; had
the "
obnoxious\ race existence. You
? an, ,i861 the-Secretary'of the is directed ; :
war and.'actual'military AC aPatoon.ero-tdf? ,headed ally of our troops; leading< him to histmaster's Treasury ; \. m
the country, Laving! obtained the po ; buried stores, guiding them to,the I have expressed your :anticipation, of such a ,to. pay ,to,.the Governor of any State, or [his;' "'

secure the result 'w&' are ,dishojiored'. 11 tide: '.flanks bf the"'enemy's lines; 'with an jnielliffiencerand result in one. state'of the case, how is it that i 'duly authorized agents,,\he cost, charges,and.,"

faill6'makeitlE66d5to,:them:; '' 1, 't. t steadiness'of purpose which''.leftno not seq that a direct struggle for power ; 'e xp eases, properly incurred to such $tate for. -.
: i at the.ballot-box. : would make. ,the contest. enrolling, subsisting ilpthinff'su'ppiymg.armfaig '*"'
"Third. The1 sysfem'of..slavery1 jnustabolished } doubt as to hiS'1U understanding, the, conflict.: ?, .
and prohibited 1 by paramount;aiid: ;I :between. and his master.l ,* I more deadly- ',/ ,equiiJpmg,"ipayiffg1' and trarispbrtindr1'its ,

irreversible: law Throughout: the 'TcbeJ: The'.daily and hourly repetition. bf proofs'pC I bold'th titthereIs great, hr1oso hie. !rttthin trop employed in aiding'toisuppressi! the -r
States4hereThust be#.''in the: :jwbrds) pf ;Y. ,:,' this fact, many; of them too subtle for description the' vords'of:Qiiizpt, ''in''summing' up 'the'eight re ellion. Under this act claims have been ,;j',

stet impressed Upon- 'tai e6i1-itself. nrf, n- ,but> none. the't ess* convineing to. ,the centuries- of bloodshed. out of ivhich'the filed by the several States in-tbe office of the .

b Slit ;to b at'.u but-freemen.?*: ;observer, has'fQl11'cohvin. t d [me' ',that'I-never French emerged into nationality from the '>Third tAuditprjasi; +follows' :- ...,, j i. /
: strife of races and tribes. .He "In Pcnniylvanla..:.,:$2,118,419, Minnesota,.. $25.132
"Fourth: 'between Norman and Saxon,. nor, f,''beticeenGaul ; .petty' says,. : '1Ucl gan.'Ji V.: .< 633,992', Del *sre.v.. 8tt;( l"r'
be truly republican.L Tv and'Frank,- was there :moreconsciou8:; i :.the life of nations, that union wjiich. is exterior Connecticut .1,940,633 t Indian&.. ,.J :1997867.; ; '.
Tie upplteaHonjinadeior the* Jm principle hatred,.br%ri_antagonism morO\liketO PijoVinveterate Q ana l visible the unity 'of name -arid of Xantuck1;:;- ';!"t ;;no.tno' ,Ohio r" ',\ .2O89,15& 1d'i !i .

in the aadress I do not ?regard, fljf ,spunq
Ishall.perhaps agr&'more 'fg3ly. ( 'witb, t 3p&toaaydu our Southern soik The negroes tyil} haven, 1e8.mJthe first'in importance thY most real,, New Je sey:.:.'( if;,*6.225 'Wlaco sin ..... ''J.169.413.J I
do wltH.tijeaddres Wen I, -assert' senstfofBecuritv-nor'fiiith' > in the I i ;f rmer, 'o-r :that, which makes indeed''\' ? nation.: Kanaas.; .....u"j \ .23,351: 1l11noIt..l..3.8)Q,613 : "- ,
r. -j is Maine .:.:.. .... ...
mJPl t'. Olitical if offer them" litical There a'unitywhich: deeper and more 1,1",319 NewYork. 2,948,9
that they
in republican co masters, even Pa
a .
f Rhode Island: C59.190 Vermont.... .
it is that which results not 718,096 .
privileges of any kind can/never be ngntiyw rights; they will fear them as Danaos dono powerful ; merely "

Bafely based upon hereditary caste. .ferentea.S from identity of government and of destiny. Total... .. .... ................ .. .... .. $27.110,86"k

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r 1 :} '+: ;hi gb$1thi_ (. tinu t r -I ALMOST A CLLtb IU.;.-As the .regular .do GS '.. \ I I I I,

train on the Pensacolaand Georgia IteiIrpad., As 1

which left Tallahassee on Wednesday morning i I
Ii' ; .was getting wood near station two, it was ever 1/

t JACKSONVILLE, A'Q"G, 26, 1885.. overtaken by an extra train sent out from Tallahassee monc

; 1 I. ': : a few minutes afterwards and .narrowly pose } ..
t I" 0"e escaped coming in collision. The ,
I >: 1 .. learn that United States.Marshal Rem.iugtou and pr ; .
extra train was coming round a curve

o J. .- has been ordered to restore the Flnri on ft down grade, when the other train that. ; '

j Man & Journal office to it3 proprietors.w the track few
as discovered standing on a
: 1 \r r- are truly glad to learn this, not so niuchlor hundred yards off. Fortunately the, extra train sp .

I being a rebuke to the officers of the by )
was light or it would have been impossible ; t
] States Court for their is, in }
1'h't illegal unwarranted -
\ serious
: stopped it in time to avoid a C( I

0r \ and unprecedented proceedings, as the accifcwt.t It was impossible to start the : .
frtl-ct the minds .
upon the people, convincing regular \rtin in time, there being no communication : ; ('
t y them that the Government means to
f with the engineer by means of a
Mnnd by its pledges tc them. True the ,
cause '
bell-cord, which seems to us to be a culpable
I \ supported! I) by the Floridum & Journal was niL i "-
n nCfTli"'cnce. '!(
(nu we never could endorse, and never will _. .'
-- -- 4I ----
attempt to justify them in it. But wrong as "
Emnncilntlon.Ve X.
ve may deem their course up to the surrender =

fit, ''l t'f Gen. Johnston, since then we cannot fin .i in have discovered that there are quitea
number; of persons= who seem to hope; that '
Us columns an article that could be the least A.
the next Congress will reestablish lan ry.-
t a t N J.iectiol1a le. If the editors in pursuing '1'hcirhopes for future happiness{ { and prosperity : W., .

f } riu-ir former course believed themselves do- are wrapped up in this idea, instead of T). _'

'f 1 iip:'* right it is a matter to settle with their making; up{ their minds to dismiss it at once (' ]
!( and go to work manfully to make other arrangements -
1. mvn consciences. Thehad taken the oath for the future. llr.

\ prescribed in the Presidents Amnesty Proclamation :la is a mere waste of time to cherish this 1M) :

1 \I : and we consider then, no luatteri' fond ideal, for if there ever was a fact: fu-cd, .' i: i

: what may have been their past course, that it is that the war has extinguished slavery and( :
: forever. Congress, nor no other power, aside '
Government toy them
t was pledged protect_ from the will of the whole people, could reinstate ) ;
r : t in their rights as citizens of the United States
s i slavery, because the people of the ,
upon ]
E. l so long as they maintained. their oath invio- North would not submit to it, and a larger ,() (I.
-J-'h' army could be raised in the North and from I twiek
the of the South sustain it than
negroes to ,
+ .... 'V C arc informed that the Marshal surveyedthe
it took to accomplish emancipation.In .
establishment with an air of evident satisfaction :
the course of years: after the national 1 .
+y., i remarking that if he had it at Jacksonville debt is extinguished 11Jy taxation, or disposedof ('(11\- ; : 1 I

I 's he could make money out of it.Ve in some other way, we think it very probable beiip I I(l

should have thought, having made the seizure, that the slaves will be paid for, as they
were a species of property{ according to the
:111(1"publishing! the paper "by authority," the decision of the supreme Court of the T'nitrd l'on ;

.' !Marshal would have had decency enough States. '

i L to have employed a union man as editor, in- We have thrown out these ideas for the By :
Mead of of benefit of all concerned. If slavery could be nor
I one most notorious secessionists -
ti reestablished by the government of the United our
in the State. If that fact be indicative of -
States, it would be hailed with 1 pleasure f
;anything, it would show that the sympathies by the South, but to indulge the hope, with dent

{ : ,ji. Mid proclivities of the Marshal\ were with that the lights before us, is preposterous in the their
fi party. highest degree. Planters should not imagine
) that they arc ruined forever. It is true that Post
; !Now that the establishment has been restored the loss is heavy, and the shock severe, but rew, :

to proprietors, we feel confident that L they have the lands and stock to work them an :

\V hereafter their course will be such as is with, labor can therefore be employed profit-
I tt al ly. The negroes are in the country and : the \
t consistent with a loyal journal, that no matter I i tions
must work for a livelihood. The State will
what political party it may become identified enact laws to make them do soand although 1m I

\5 with, it will never again be unfaithful they may not do as much as when they were I II

; in its support to the Government. Of the slaves, they can still be made of some use.- of
It is unwise to pine and mourn over the past.
\ ; ability of the proprietors there is not a doubt. If the planters who have a great advantage Gen.

"k, '1 ;\ Ff it will only display the same zeal and ability over any emigrants who may come here, do

\.\ that it did in supporting the doctrine of not hire the negroes and use them to the best .j'r;

0 State rights and secession, it can contribute aII advantage, others will come here, do go and I J.
.1 succeed better than is now supposed. to
vast deal of benefit to the State and attain a i
II We must all educate ourselves to adoptthe (
'' high rank among the newspapers of the new state of affairs and make the best of

: 4 1 t-ouutry. So long as it shall pursue the right it. nor

J t,. course: may success and. prosperity ever attend We' wealth believed and that the foundation of Southern in as

its career.CIIANGE prosperity depended upon I
".' .. the institution, and we labored as energetically .
"'t .o- I
and zealously to sustain: it as'was in
our power, but it is gone and we may as well 1
Our new cotemporary, the Herald, announces L- recognize the fact as it is at once.

this week A number of my :
a change of proprietorship.The planters have selected over

proprietor having found an unexpected seers from among their freed negroes. They
inform us, that with what instructions the :
opportunity to sell out to did
advantage, so. and
5 military authorities have given them, that
.. .. j.' We .cannot blame any one who is lucky they are doing quite well, compared to what :
;r enough to sell out a printing-omce to advantage they did since they were made free. The plan by I

: .. for closing the bargain as quickly as pos is a good one, and all persons should employ mall>3 I.
the services of
'.. one immediately. If there
( sible. However cannot,
we pat without a trol
are not on certain places suitable ones they
( ,, 'i; teeling of regret. The Herald bid fair to b ecan hire others.-Gainesville New Era. to

,. '1 rome: a pleasant neighbor and an active c oNo
greater fallacy could possibly exist in i
/ temporary. The valedictory of the editor
.. the mind of any man than a belief that Congress -
breathes a spirit of ardent attachment to hisown ''
or any other power, will hereafter reestablish
native clime and determination ry
a not to
in this
4 slavery country. At the beginning -
abandon her fortunes. We met as friends, tc
the war the great mass of the
continued so ,during our short career together the
people the Northern States were not abolitionists
1 ,,we will now part the same.
per &;, they did not take up arms to
As for the new editor who has linked his
abolish slavery; but to protect and defend, to
destiny with our State we can judge but little
preserve and maintain the integrity and perpetuity : {
he having placed his under cloud
name a of the Union. After the South had P.
rendering. him invisible to the world. We of :
flung down the of
f gage battle. and hostilities :
cordially agree with the spirit'of his salutito-
were actually commenced, it did not take long r '' ,

c Jjthat"Providence irrevocably adjudgedthat $ for a majority of the Northern people to become to r ; :
4: the place for Florida is in I
the Union. educated to the fact that slavery was : ; : I'
So as it continues to: long an earnest, ad ''
; the cause of the war, as it had been the fruitful ; 1
"ocato'or whatever be for the interests : '
may 'source of,all the,bickering and wrangling' ; / \
: t
''; Jacksonville$ so long; in that ,respect we in pongress and put of' Congress, for the last ; J ; ; !
can ,work Our future ( G .,
together. ; relations, depend '' [ ; !
\ tliirty years.. Having become satisfied, '
1 u P on. ,
:upon themselves.. We have been too j
that point, and- finding the slave interest in ; ( i
:4. long before the public to need '
any pfofe :
-;arms against the government, for thep'urpQseof law. \ ;
: sions"'or;J>rpmises.from,.1:18. When.Jts'editor, ,: establishing a separate nationality tho : : : i :
shall have. come put from ,under! the. cloudwe ;; gal :;. ); r
pardon. :, we should have said,a dozen. .'nation. .i : ;
; shall be better able, to judge: of: the 'fU> 1
.lutes--tvithin:the,Southern limits i .pf!the,t e 5r-, i ;
tore .. __J( \ 1
i... ritqry,, owned and, controlled,by, the:people \

Attention., is called to.the. card. .. :of:Col.. 'ilc-.-;, 'of the United States,they sootf'arrived otthgflnai ? : ;t,' ;: \ ; { ; i:; ; ;: i t ; !

Dorm}(ck, which. .appears"; in !our clumnsomns Itday 'l o- 'determination; readying) ;:.die rau qf; F j!. '*,1.. l : : ; I r

>rwho!. advertises 'as a;Real:Estate.Agent;1'' ,this.difficult)'. Hence! $e raacipatiqn: Pn ; I; I ? I
; ; ,
:. for tttf fowphase, rent., ibdjBald.! of all'sneclcs ''Qeb' : : : ;
.. of 14rl<%i\ 'property. Thfe,,Colonel; Is, comV 'clamation- arid, tbd':Bufeqiient>:actB <6i%'Con. ;; : ( l l

.mend$..tQ:us, AS worthy ::of'confidence,>and gresstothe' 'same,end. *' .' ", .' "/.i*; V:!; } ? ; G : ; :
': 'well ttunlifled for the 1 Inisincsf; ; question; { y e3 have; ( odbt tltri {to} 't"authe\ rifP 9.J !1 2.ifi ; ; : ; ;
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Fountain \ _
arHvedl&ffiiBplace J
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'f be steamer : :. ,The" MarketNE I I i CALDWELL d ,MORRIS, \ : ."' ;
last. The following are her, list I iSUCCESSORS '
Sunday : J .
and consignees: ., ,. August 12th. -

f passengers PASSENGERS f Gold,. . ...''. ... ,. 1. .. .....140'a 141 ;COTTON 1 FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION ... ..

re P. Benet, J. P. Bythewood, W.,A. SimJs ,BREAD STUFF. ", MERCHANTS, ..
Trivay L A. \: C. Cole Superfine' State andVctern 'flour,.,.. .. .$5-00a 615 2O Old Slip New York. j *. :'
Gar1.L ,
Francis Extra .
State .. .
,,, .... ....
"''' ;"" "", .6 50 Ie 655 FURNITURE &c.
?S Jlurgart, James E.: Grady, J.,E. Gregg, Choice State. ...-.. .... .. _. '........ .. .. ..660& 6 M 8. B. :CALDWKLL. j B. C. MORRIS, JR. &e.9 :
1 Hardec, J. A. Robbins,L. Warrack.CONSIGNEES. .: ,Common to medium extra Western. ... ......655a600 ,
L. A. Extra round Ohio ,." ......... ....... ...795a 825 August 5 Gm :,!
Western trade brands:.....:...eo .. .... ... .830 a 9 65 .-- f't.

T. Bvthewood, Wl: B. Jackson, I,. "War- CommoSoutheron Faacyandextra .. .,.. .. .... .... .... ..7 85 a 915 Notice to Bull< J. do,9 1250 T HE subscribers have for s31 ,,aud willdeliverat the .;
rack, f. T. Long, ,Jackson &. Warrack. C. L. Common Canadian... .. .. .. .. .. .. ,..... .GGOaGSO I mouth of the Suwannee river, or at Cedar Keys, .* *-
: son, and order. Good to choice. and extra..... ....,..,......6 90 a 9 25 YELLOW'PINE TIMBER of all sizes and of excellent ,, _'! I f
,dobfa Rye floor (superfine).... ., .... .... .. ......5 50a'CIO quality. We are also prepared to furnish Ship Masts : t .b. -
-----. Corn meal, Jersey....' .... .. .. .. .... ... ..4: 90 a 5 00 from 70 to 90 feet in length, on short notice. For particulars ., t .
A Sad Affair. Corn meal, Brandywine... .... .... .... ....590a575 address REDDING & STRIPLING CHARLES SLACER i
Corn meal, Rrandwine,puncheons... ....26 90 a July 29-lmp Sandy Ford, Fla. .
We are informed that a very interesting COTTON -The market ,\raa. fairly active and prices
boy named Willie Smith about for all descSiptions.; 'ugh not materially
little white changed, Notice to those about to Build.
were rather more steady particularly the inferior and
with his mother
thirteen years residing common grades. The- sale comprised 2500; bales.- PET'ER. KERN AN af -
gt.icanopy: was shot fin it is feared morally We quote : Draughtsman and Builder. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.; '

wounded on Friday of last week by a Upland. Florida. JIobt le..l; 0 d* T. .
undersigned would inform his old friends that .. '
the Ordinary. .. .. .. ... .32 :S3 34 :5 THE ( .
about same :
neoro boy ; Middling. .. .. ....44 45 45: 45 is prepared to furnish plans for Cottages,
shooting wasdone with a double bar- I Good middling.. ..47 48 49 50 Villas, private residences, public buildings, kc, Also .
designer in wood plaster and clay. Jobbing promptly HAS JUST RECEIVED -
with ..
loaded pieces of lead the size
rolled gun NAVAL STORES..-;{The demand for spirits turpentinewas attended to., PETER KEKNAN. .
of large squirel shot. The load took effect less active and prices though without material July 29-1 nip .4 ; .,' .1.
in the neck and left breast just above the re- change favored the buyer. We note sales of 400 hbls. "
heart. About of these at $7 a 750. Rosins sold readily at full prices for all A AND COMPLETE
of the twenty-five LARGE STOCK:
been taken out and some I '
have penetra- prices. We quote prices at 19 510.
slugs a
ted so deep that they could not be extracted. -- Iti .

Report s\ys: that the negro threatened to kill BOOKS. AND STATIONARY. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, i t.. :.-

him some time before, and meeting him on C. DREW Would call the attention of dealers and consumersto I 1" .

.the toad between the town and Judge Means'plantation his large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent .
committed the deed. The OVER SAMMIS'S STOnE, JACKSON1LJLK, Medicines, Fancy Articles,P.iiuts, Oils Window Glass,
negro HAS OPENED. IN PART, HIS STOCK OF BOOKS Stationary, &c., Ac., among which may be found : HATS, CAPS BOOTS, .' .j' / ..
wasarrcsU' the citizens on the t .
STATIONERY, and now offers the same for Sulphate Quinine, J '. '.
following morning al1<<- turned 1 over to the Bale. August 23: -3t Castor Oil, ; ,' '" -
military authorities, and'lie has been sent to Crcum Tartar '

Jacksonville, for trial before court. martial. LAND AGENCY. I Calomel & SHOES, WHICH .
Blue :
\Ve presume that such cases will be frequentif Mass Sulphur, -JT:
boys are allowed to carryire arms. McCORMICK, Magnesia, &c.
ncTO t
tVetio not know the military regulations.on A GENT FOR THE SALE, PURCHASEJLL ,I PATENT MEDICINES.Towu&end'a HE PROPOSES TO' SELL ON AS REA-, ,

the subject, but suppose that a stop will 'k'c... or rent of Lands in Florida. Ayers Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla, ,f

put to it.-New Era. Address : Jacksonville, :Fla. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I
... ... .. ; Ayer's Agne Cure 'SONABLE
------ -"""'- ----- August 26 3iii1)NOTICE. TERMS AS WERE j f .

\ PROCLAMATION, Indian Cholagoguo, t ,.f-... ,
------- ----- ---- ---
Davis' Pain Killer, t .. .
By ( ov.Jolmson of G orf'in. Radway's Remedies, ..

To THE Acting Judgo of Probate lor Duval county for Let-
South American Fever and
For the purpose of enabling the people of ters deceased.of Administration upon the Estate of J. Bclknap j Brown's Ess. Ginger, Augue Remedy,

Georgia the more easily to prepare themselves August.2C-Gw .\. W. MOORE Winslow's Soothing Syrup,

for the exercise of the rights of citi- -,- --. Uyatt's Life Balsam,

zens, I hereby proclaim and direct, that the NOTICE. --l lTHE Velpeau's Mustang Remedy Liniment, I Wholesale &; Betail.

Ordinaries in the several counties of the ICE HOUSE IS OPEN FOR THE DELIVERY Roger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, I .. ,,

State be and arc hereby} authorized to administer Ice week days from 7 A. M. toG j 1' M., and McMnnn's Elixer, ,
Sunday from 8 to 11 A. M. Orders for ice to leave on British Oil, z .j
the oath of amnesty set out in the Pres- the trans or steamboats to leave prior to 8 A. M. must Baternan's Drops. &c., &<:, ,,
ident's Proclamation of the 29th of May, 1805, be sent in the afternoon before.V.. A. YOUNG. Photograph Albums, PRINTS. : ; .

to such persons as shall be entitled to take August 19-2t Backgammon Boards, t., i'

and receive the same; and in case of a vacancy :NOTICE. Blank Books, Lawns, latest styles, .. 4
Wallets, "
in the office of Ordinary in any county or
counties in this State, then and in that case ( my lands for the purpose of cutting cross-ties or Hair, Tooth. Cloth, Shavingand Organdies, :

the Clerk of the Superior Court in such, lightwood, either on the tract lying on the Jacksonville Whisk Brushes, &c., k.PERFUMERY f! i
administer said oath. Prodded Railroad, or the Dell's Bluff tract on the St. Johns ETC. Robes .>. JI
county shall River. MILES PRICE Lubin's Extracts, I Organdie ''
said officers themselves shall have previouslytaken August 19-2tp Night Blooming Cereus, I ,. .

said oath.It I Fancy Extracts. ". }. '.,
is further declared and directed, that I.. J. CUILMAET1X. JOHN FLANNF.EY.: : K.V.. DBUMMOXDL. Colognes, Ginghams.Jaconets '
I Hair Oils,Soaps,
when the oath is administered as aforesaidto ] J. GUIUIARTIN *V CO. Sozodout,Tooth Soaps and Powder

any person within any of the exceptions Sterling's Ambrosia, Kendall's Amboline, &c., &c. ,
in said it shall be GENERAL SHIPPING, CANDIES.
specified proclamation, appended '
and Burnt Almonds Peppermint
Gum Drops, Sugar ,
to the petition of the applicant- COMMISSION: AND :FORWARDING: :MERCHANTS, Drops, Lozenges, kc., &c. Mozambique,
which shall also be verified before such
petition I Xo. 1 IS Hay Street STATIONERY.Letter .
Ordinary or Clerk by the oath of the party ; '
Note and Foolscap Paper, all kinds.
not Oj 2Miitc the City IMel, Savannah, Georgia.Particular Bareges,
and when administered to any person em- White and Yellow Envelopes,

braced within any of the exception specified, attention given to procuring freights, and Pens Ink and Inkstands.Playing Cards, &.c. ,
the original oath taken and subscribed shall filling orders for hard pine timber and lumber, cotton, CUTLERY. A Complete Stock of Mourning Goods,

the same wool hides, &c. 1m August 12 Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, anI Scissors.
officer administering
the ,
be sent
by _.._ GLOVES. ; ..
-- ----- TOBACCO.
---- ---"
to the Secretary of State of the United States;
BORER EIUVIX. <.'11.\.8. s. HARDER.ERWIN Solace and Amulet,
and a certified copy shall be given to the up- Navy, Anderson's
A HARDER. Killickinick Shanghai,and Anderson's Smoking To- Gents'. and Misses best silk und Lisle i ,
plicant. bacco.
And it is further proclaimed and declared, COMMISSION Mini CHANTS: Cigars of the best brands. "

that all the civil officers of this State who PIPES.Mcrachaum IIANDKERCIIIEFS.1An
subscribed the oath BAY STREET, S\Y.AXK.nEORGI..\. J i "
.have taken and pre- Imitation Merschaum .
scribed in the Proclamation aforesaid, it' not August 12 1m I Bricrwood, Rosewood, Applewotnl: Clay, &c. assortment of Ladies, Gents'. and Misses

.embraced within any of the exceptions ; or Diamond and Safety Matches.

who may have received special amnesty, if IIILTOX fc 11ANDEM LIQUORS SYRUPS, ETC. HOSIERY. ,e

in the discharged WHOLESALE GROCERS, t
embraced, shall proceed thereafter Brandy, "

of the duties of their several offices 103 Bay Street near Bnrnunl. Sherry Wine, White, Black, and colored Straw' -
to the laws in existence prior to Port Wine, jf..
according SAVANNAH, GEORGL\, Holland Gin, ;
the 1st o?January, 1801, so far as the same Whiskey, HATS AND BONNETS, ; ,
are not inconsistent with our present condi Arc constantly receiving per steamers from New of 'Blackberry Brandy, '
York, the largest and mont complete sortmcnt Lemon Syrup, ..
tion.To Groceries in this city. Vanilla Syrup, A complete variety of Misses and Boys Hats.: ,
facilitate the people in obtaining the N. B.Orders by mail, accompanied with remit- Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup. ,

Amnesty proffered, the Ordinaries,or Clerks', tance, promptly filled, at lowest market prices. 1m
(as the case may be,) arp authorized to pro- August BONNET AND BELT RIBBONS OF
blanks from either one of the TRADERS. White
cure printed TO SUTLERS AND COUNTR Chrome Green
'. most convenient, as the Yellow KINDS. -
following presses DESIRING TO CLOSE THEIR Chrome ALL
... same may: be needed, for which payments T HE businessrlthinthonexisixtydnjs SUBSCRIBERS, offer for sale Prussian Blue, *' '
and Black Paints,
Vai; be provided, or bills presented at 'this their entire stock at the very LOWEST CASH PRICES.I Red Linseed Oil. Ben/ine. Umbrellas and Parasols.

office, viz: Savannah Republican, Augusta. I This stock embraces the best assortment of Merchandize Plaster Paris, Whiting, Arc., &c. : "
Southern Watchman, I ". ia the Market consisting of- : Shades. well selected stock of *: '
Chronicle& Sentinel, Ladies and Gent's Shoe, Roots, Shiric, Stationery, Window A large and :

Atlanta Intelligencer, Home Courier, Macon layinr.Card8, Cloths, Tailor's Trimming, Shoulder Liquid Petroleum Blue, ,

Telegraph, Southern Recorder, and Colum- Straps t tho Army and Navy, Hardware, Tinwaie, Congress Water,
bus Crockery, Clears, Tobacco, Butter: Cheese, Stoves, Seidlitr. Powders, Boots and Shoes, .
Enquirer. Notions,Soda .eGcnts
of the Stove Pipe, Canned Goods,Safes. Yankee Citrate of Magnesia,
Done at Milled eville, ,the Capitol Water Appartas' for bottling purposes, Business Extract for making Root Beer, kc., &c., ;"
State, on this,the 7th day of ,August, in Wagons-new andfioeond hand, Photographic Stock, June 10-tfSTEAM j For Ladies and '.,Misses, Boys and 0i r
Fish'Hooks and Lines, kc., &c. i j
and the Cases,
the year of our Lord, 1865, eightyninth Amdrotype to the'ubo'e : having -- ---' -
attention ; '
desire to call your "' '
We -
Wear. ;
'vear of American'Independcnce. determined to retire from'business' in the Southwe GRIST HILL FOR SALE. Children's' 1'"

JAB. JOHNSON. are prepared to sacrifice upon'our. stock, and feel SUBSCRIDJ.n'OFFERS AT PRIVATE'SALE ;%",",

Provisional Governor of'Georgia. confident that the inducements. Sutlers a re we pojticiHarly offer must invited give the to THE Steam Grist Mill often horse power in complete >t Beady-made Clothing, ,. -" ';/J,
Public satisfaction. order, situate in Lake City. It'can seen .
the Governor .
By : stock.: .t. 1 I '
L. H. Briscoe, Secretary.. examine;N.,B._our All persons indebted' to us'are respectfully informed running every Friday and Saturday.D.. L. ,PARKER Of great' variety and of fine quality i x.i\.t: ,;

e' .. .that'an immediate settlement must bo made.. N. B. If not sold before, it will be offered at public. .

Somber .f Colored :Troop* Famishedt C..W.'. Xo DENNIS 4.1; Merchants, k CO.'Row, tale on Friday,September*. 22. D. L P. All of which offeredat. the lowest prices J; ',J

: Kentacky. Hilton Head, B.'C., .. August 19-p 1'-1

LOUISVILLE, August 9th.--General Brisbane .. a.u ltio., #.,Bay Street' ,Jacksonville Fla.BOOK ,. NOTICE. for Cash. p ,"; p.a

official of the organizationof Aug..1)--tL, '*.
in his report I' -
_..__ro -_ : "':"1''; : :c "- STOCKHOLDERS OF THE JACKSONVILLE : t
has WARE't :
colored states that Kentucky AND WILLOW ',4* a
trooPS., at the' CROCKERY WOODEN :
STOREi .I THE requested to meet
furnished 28,818, to the, .anny.-I ::;A* .STATjtOXERV: j office of H.Light H.Hocg Company: on 1st are of Septe tbcr, at 12 A. M., :
114th 115th llCtti .. W. A. .YOUNG: 'i.k: ;
The 107th, 108th, 109th. ,; ': pSt. n .. '" : {
.. I
6 Qand: 425thregiments I al G.E'' "! 12 _Secretary Treasury. .
iBl (11 I August ,
118th, 110tu,122d.123d, ; E i AN 'S'tA-rIO.&i.d, l' 11 ,, .. .(. .. I ,'(" '. ).: -.r
;) :BoO -- .- - -- .
ofooloredifaflart > "
fr #
SPENCER i .:, ;" .<') 4:
retained in service : ; S. ,_ ., '; :"
Kentucky. have been u 'Plates" ii
They ederusleievorhaudcuneati ; = iJt- '
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and,the, first.cight.regiments.orfeje lp; 11 $pakifoi t e; and g 8t&ti nery.: uia8sorttnent ,ofj'p.p I Id. ATTORNEY, ,AT, LAW:', J.e, t-.. :. k' j'' *; ''..' 'r ." 'r-1- 'lM: .
ttth \ } oi'v Q.ouc n.aJlP1t: wry i ,-1t,' 1l ,. l\tIp ,
T 8(6.12th and regiments e"JJii r : .t :
eaas The 4t J1.F ; ( rLOBlDA.lfeUlTAliUfey .- ', ,.. .Cupsand'Saucere'lijickeb'Tabe: ,
'tlid fftfr I and .. t th pc 19tcfOl! ;o!:,f1m iiQn ; > \ tWill <. I. 1:, ihJ".h.'htit .
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of colored:artier}?and mp J' : t t W 1igQzY 4ruva rdiuB'of ". attend promptly tp'all c as es'before__ tho'JIiiitary" t- > .. ,;" ". ,"- d.1i '.
6th regiments of calor"Qda ?1cavalry; are from J.iy SUS\\ .. ;+-, ur-cI l t t''a. .. ; 1 Co"uris'ai Jacksonvillo or,Lake! ,City -'- ;, ,: : '" '",.. ,..''',_ ',. .? ', fi.; t"':" o
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now in ,that State. I UI'bebpened tbe U T\ eft 1I... aoqs9iPfLiaQ' ] ACRES> OFLAN: 1 \FOBSALE.MltrdleC ;: -' .. ... ,.,'"t... F .- Baaieti,Brooma'bti.. ,. 'd. {
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saytftnat'24,000 il1 il m BUST IMP.1 "
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: .I: [OFFICIAL.] his or her act and deed And any acknowledgement CHAPTER,XYL' color, already applicable-to the,Mctropgitan
: mado femme under o' An Act to enable tho'accounting Officers of the Treasury is hereby 1Lj
Laws of the United by a covert either of said acts extended to every Other 4

,.' : : !t** {"._" .'t! **" "*", r" "" '*States* congress (which sl\alllJe sufficient, under the provisions to settle tho Claim of the State of Kansas. trJct of-Columbia.- railrOad in the Di"

1 4 I .. I : '!! '; ': .r s ; .JU :EC= .1.8E Iqif OF ': ":' !., ; 'and heretofore of this act recorded) of any deed the executed District by. of her Columbia husband Ho' onncted tho United by the States Senate of and America House in of Conpma Represenitlit'vi'of sspomblcd -- .Approved,- March 3, 1865. t'

; I J j.; shall be'good ahd effectual, \bar all claim on her part That the proper accounting OffiCr8'Jf' the -
i' : .L .- .. CONGRESS. to dower in the lands tlesvrlbed therein, situated in treasury be, and they'arc hereby authorized to r,' ive JNO. S. SAMIHS & CO.,

l t ;: An CHAPTeR CIX. said district, although! the shall not have executed the ,secondary evidence, In ,lieu ,of the original voucleis, in. C'ommisKion

: act to authorize the Issuing of patents .for certain .same. support$ of a claim for expenses incurred, by the State of, / 1\Jerchan .

i I ; .I Lands to th9Town Stockbridgey State of, Wiscon APPEOVEU?, March, 18G5.ClUlTElt. Kansas, provision for reimbursement of' .which' :was .,. ,D.\1''. ST.. ,. 'JACKSONVILLE. Fu..
; for other purposes. -- mudo by the "Act to Indemnify he stales for expenses I ", "'

: 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen CXI. Incurred by them in defence of the United States,'ap-i I WILLIAM ._

; 1 t! .. tativcs of the United States of America in Congress aszemb1ed : .111 Act further to prorikfor t.\) : iJicaticm (IIJ'I.l'Oicc.f. proved July twenty-seven, eighteen'hundred and sixty-* 0. JEFFREYS, -

t :: : that That, upon satisfactory proof 'being made jig it e1zzt.'l by tite S411a1 anlIIoul if RtJresental rcs one, said original vouchers having been destroyed by I CommiKsion, 'i'lerc1tant ,

!JI ; of any OCCupant [sj unpateuted land in the town I I of the trllitd States If .fme1'icft. in ( ollgress assembled, fire at the late massacre in Lawrence, Kansas : Provided -: ,"i. JACXSOftILLF, Fi4& : .

i btockbridge, Calunietcounty in the State of Wis That all consular officers of the United States be, aud That, in the settlement of the above mentioned, ,- 1-- r:. -. _. "
I- T
C, i consin, which has, by treaty or otherwise, been :allot they,are hereby, authorized to require before'certifying, claim; there shall not be allowed to the State of Kansas y FRANKLIN I _

t ted to any individual members of the toAbridge or uny; invoice or invoices under the provisions of the: ,. a sum exceeding the sum of twelve thousand three DIBBLE" .

t.: Jiunsee tribe of Indians, are the purchasers, grantees first section of the act'entitled "An act to preventand' hundred and fifty-one dollars and four cents ($12,.-I 'olJunissiO 1ercliinf.JAcKSONvILL7 A -

<)r assignees of such !members qt said.irihes, the President punish fraud upon the revenue to provide for the 351.04.) I

: of the.mtcABUtes.baiuitLoriied: ito Jssue pa more erfct'in and speerly CDlIr-i-tior. of daiins iIi faVorof I Approved, March 3, 1863.. .' Produce FLA. :

:I tents for the land so occupied to such purchasers, :ran the United 8tatc, and for other purposps,'. ;approved ; purchased advances in Cash or suppljl3;

t tees, or assignees, respectively: Provided, That in case I March third, eighteen hundr l and sixty.thrrc, satis CHAPTKK CXVII. made on consignments to C.'B. Dibble, New York. '

,4 of conflicting oJalnas to any ot tie! lots of laud he coin- factory evidence, either by the oath of'' the person or Au Act to extend the Provisions of the first Section of .

% I missioner of the general land office is to persons presenting such iu\' or othciwise, that "An Act for the Government of Persons .in certain L.
hear : WATROOK1 1
.' the proofs of the respective claimants and to dpipowaich -' such invoices are correct and true : Provided, That in Fisheries," approved June nineteenth, eighteen hundred ,

sad ) of;suclf.claimants are jusilv entitled, to the exercise the discretion hereby given the said and thirteen. Alc:onc r and Coirrsnissioii :
with land, and patents shall be issued ia accordance t consular officers shall bo governed by such general or: Re it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives X.erchnnc.

such decision. special regulations or instruction* as may from time to 01 the United States of America in Congress assembled JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .

f SEC. 2. And be furtht redacted, That patents Jssued L time be established or given by the Secretary of That the provisions of the first section of "Au Will attend promptly to consignment of all

according to this uct shall vest iu the patentee title to State. act lor the government of persons in certain fisheries country produce, and will purchase for kinds ot

\ the land described_ iu such patent, in loo simple hubI' J l'PJw\"En, March 3, 1SG5.CHAPTER. approved on the nineteenth of June in the year one country any articles they may wish at parties Jn the
the I
J C'f 10 auy valid Hen or inctiiubrancc thereon created _--_ _-u thousand eight hundred and thirteen, shall extend and ket price. : lo'west Jtar-

: 4 by said patentee or those under whom ho claims. CXII. apply to the master or skipper and seamen of vessels July 15-tf.

1: lands SEC.iu 3. And lit it farther (Mactfd L, That the lots of .I In.; Art owrHt7a.Vr./; '>'"A n Act to amend an Act cntitM the burthen of twenty tons or upwards, qualified according : ..
I said't W11 of Slockbridjje belonging to the 'An Ait to the to law for .
:, United Suites promote JlrO'l" .I (If the useful Aits', ar- carrying on mackerel fisheries, ARCHIBALD T. BANKS
I. not hereinbefore directed to bo patented prl'etl J/zr. h three( fifteen; hitmlre and strly-three." bound from a port in the United States to be employed ; i

I I land, shall \s attai'Led to-and form a part ot the Mcnasha Be it enacted by the tenata. an:i Ihute of! JifpieentaCwofthelnitslMate.f in such fisheries, in the some way as if such fisheries ATTORNEY AT LA\Y, ,
and if, iu the: opinion tho coiumission- ( >fAmerira in rit/res a.*v mlleil had been embraced in said act : Provided That the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. .
er of the .
$ interest general laad-oflicc, it shall bu for the public That. any pcri-ou Laving interest in au invention'whether agreement named in said section shall be duly made, Will attend promptly to all

of the> may be add at tlie hiiaim.mi: price nsinvrnio" or asMrnoo, for which; a patent indorsed, and cottntersi ned. carc. business Intonated to hi,

I three dulura per acre for the two tiers ti; lots was or.loivd to ,invnp upon) HIP paymont of the final fee Approved, March 3, 18G5. July29-tf
fronting; on Lake, \Vinietgo! live dollars .
pe: acio for provMed in section three of nn net t -
approved 31-irc'i! ( -
the tier two tiers ot lots fronting on tho l ijjta.')' road, ono, eighteen hundred andMsty-tlnvc, but who hs CiLvrriiu cxvm. I L'LEs P. COOPElfi

of lots Olh.cll'id. >j thereof, and Ldonal's aud failed to make of the Au Act to the
1 tynwn): : final foe as ]>rovidi l in incorporate Colored Union Benevolent ATTORNEY
rtfty cents per t '!l for the residue( of s::u'.t U la.ul to ac said act.slitll: hivo tho right to mao an Assoeh tion. LAW, ; I
:1'llic:1to.' !
d tual
settlers tLcrcou posso.sin. the quaniicatious r ; 'I bite to : same asm 1!.( -:. l1 "faIl by Senate and House of Representatives JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Qgirf
I the acquire preemliou rights, who shall prove to onzinal application, provided such applii-ation bo ol the United States of America in Congress ..

Mcnashn satisfaction\Vjsto.i1u of tlu register of the l.ind-ollieo at made witUn two years alter the date of the allowance i assembled, That Gurden Snowden, Charles Brown. -R'cnnd fy
merits to ,the value that he or she hauiadu improve of tie ongmil: application ; 7Vo--rW, TJrt loUim. James Wright, Sandy Alexander:, Henry Logan, Chas: ,

is of not loss than fifty loll.irs, and herein shall be so construed as to hold responsible in Wilson, Henry Brooks, John Shorter, Joseph Shorter JEnUE.'CES : '

actually the residing upou the land ; the time cl' paying damages any ]persons who have manufactured or used and their associates and successors, be, and they arc Hon. s. L, L'uimiTT, j Col: J. S.

'II' t : not purchase price may be extended for :i petioil any ariidp or tiling! for which a patent aforesaid was herebconstituted and declared to be a body politic I July *. SArI _

'11 Provided exceeding one year from the! passage o: tliirf act ; ordered to issn This act shall apply to all cases now and corporate by the name and title of the Colored I t 6m

41 ) mitted That no Mich actual settler shall bo per in tlif patent-onicc, and also to such as shall hereafter Union Benevolent Association, located in tho city of '- i '

t7 ; ;' which he to preemt'' she La more than two contiguous lots oa be filed. And all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with I Washington, and by its corporate name said associationshall T. T. Z.OXG, Q
or Made !
improvements of the value this
r II of not less than act are hereby repealed. have perpetual succession, with power to sue and .\
li one hundred dollars, The lands not sold Arpnovnn. March U 18G5.CHAPTER. be TTOHNEY'.1' LAW
I I 1 within one hereinbefore sued, to implead and be impleaded in any court of ,
provided, shall be the United States br
of the District of Columbia of
brought into market and bold competent LAKE CITY
.. ac not less than the min FLA.
CX1II.An jurisdiction ; to receive subscriptions. aud July 22.
imum prices tiled by this act.3J.a4.vli I gifts, -Omp.
F tri'kuYiD 3 18G5. act to amend the third Section of :,n Art (..utitkdu benefits, and to make such rules and by-laws as shall

I ".\ Act making Appropriations for sundry Civil be deemed ncccssar- and expedient for the govern

1 ff \ Au Act tn quiet Titles in Favor of Parties EXp(1isofthe Government for the Year ei-d ment of the association, and to alter the same, from PROFESSIONAL.r :U.. .J. tfuivrni
c 'PosjifSaiuu: O1.J.1H.hiol.tuateJ actual Itigthirti-thdjyof June, eighteen hun- time to time, in such mode as shall be prescribed there tenders his services as Physician and :Surgeon to
:, in the District oi' drt'.laul sif\ -ihe, ami for in : Provided the p 'ople Jacksonville
That and
I Columbia.i other, always, such rules and by laws surrounding; country.-
t .: .' *! Ctupnat cx'I', i *..f '. ". Pnrp'\i'C," 5,0; far as the same relates shall be in nowise inconsistent with the constitution Particular attention will be given to Lsr"Jies Of\TOmEll
"' : : to Witnesses in the Courts aud laws of tiie United Statcsor and childreu. Omce at his residence
with ihe _
lit it objects ,
f.i irtel Itj t!:<> .-I'-tdte of
:: the United and
States associatiOn The hogan-streets.
bjects the
; UiiitfJL Ktalenf( jnteriiA Li association are ll'rbUCClarCt.l \ 3m' July B
'vn"CM tr.ith.c'1 IJit( .
t \ That all decds heretofore til'l''d by Ute '"lIttte allli 11U. e (f l/1z1ativcs to be to provide for the care and comfort of
$. I recorded iu the land .'. ,
l'CCunl ('f t1t.? TUt'; St 1'( r ..1.ur such
I ,)If the District oi Colu,nbiir which liavt ; tu m nNllrr''fmU; / (, I, members as shall be sick, disabled, or dependent, Medical
beca' That Xollcc.R.
: execut the third scr-liou of :
an and of
ed and ackuov/ledged act entitledi! act !:wk- the families of such members, in cases where

_ ;i _. bandLaving: : Mgned uid by scaled iemines th.3 covert (t.ieir lias- lug appropriationsiW sundry civil cxueiisus of "the the proper officers of the association shall deem it expedient A. S. BALDWIN will resnme'the practice of his..
iaine; lor con "ej'- :: f;.r t.cyfaruding!: the tliirtieth' and also .J profession in all its departments.
lag real estate Sovor.mirit to provide for the decent interment of His office
any bUiued: in said residence
? difctricl and ail Mghteon and sixtY-1 \"I'; raid for other "rpoes such persons us may die in membership of the association is the first house west of rrs. Hudnall'a
aeuuou -
; led euicuts of -
; deeds heroto- be, and the Boardiug House.Jacksonville. .
tore recorded hereby is, amended fnadd or belonging to the families of such members.
afuj -
as aiJ! which
Icjnmcs covert (whetuer they, have have Lten: nu le by ing thereto: the ioiluwny proviso : Provided, fll tl'ifr Sl;<. 2. And be it further enacted, That said associa- July :-tf! > ,
uxucnted tuo tieej in . tion
executor have
or nUt lor the afialinistra power to hold real estate, oc ----
) ur'oe oi: releasing thc'ir! claims] to tors or dn..':s, In which personal I
gun judgment and
'; loucr 111 the lands dc&cri!:eJ I.I1Cr may LC 0nUer"ed JI mixed estate, by purchase, gift, or devise, for tho TWEDIOALNOTIOE.: ])
; a& aiorc- for or apaiust them, neither R. E. S.l\LDUICIC
of such
aid, Iu xvnich ,. party shall he allowed purposes association and no other, and to lease ,
aowlc.lgCD1CUT i .uo lorn Physician
IJl'e.s.rlucJ to at- other 11Y1| and Snrcon '
law has testify against us to transaction '. ith sell, or convey such real estate or : late of San Francisco
not mixed
by been folloxvcJ ; and all deeds ;i.ereolore \ I estate, or I j bo
or : l.y the t;'SMior: iatet ) may consulted at his
:Uc personal ollicc
recorded, as aforesaid, which havo been or ward unless property, as may bo devised or donated to j nail's Manfinn at.' Mrs. Ilud--
executed and called to thereto : IfW
stity by the such !, or at the
court. association and the Drag Store
aclinow ledgcd leassug or sale of which .of Mr. .T.
a by: an uitorucy-ia-iact, will Jones.
appointed ):OVELJ, March 3j: l >ai.CIAITEK. \ promote the interests of said
for conveying real estate situated in said district : and I association. June 2ith-tf.
-- Sec. 3. {And be it further
-ill deeds heretofore recorded, as aforesaid I enacted, That con;rc-s
and JcknoivledgeJ] or only' acknowledged [ CXIV. shall have tho right, at any time, to modify: amend, or
by uch at orncyiniact An Act in delation to the Xaval Observato-v repeal this act. .J. I). IJL'N.tTGIEON ,
lor conveying real estate situated in said he it; eantM l.y I the FraaU an/ Ih .\
3 .
k district 'UC (1J ll"p"e. eJltJ.tite. pproycdIarch l8G.
as which
me acknowledgement w-s I f::11/ic Cllil.1 ..'ta.' i'icrr. in iD1ris'r.
_, ., before, ollkcri different from hoe before ulio.,i pi oof That so mh, of th firtsoon! of thcSof' e ltJled, I
of the pow : as to uiaeh one thoivand
-t the i,oivcr of attorney was proved before only one: jus- entitled "_\11 act inaki eight hun.lrcd and fortV-ci-ht. f Au Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to incorpo ltEFEuscE'Pennsylvania: College of Dental Sur-

t lice of the peace ; and all deeds hemtoioe cxe ute.l M.TVJCO for the :K appropriations for t the naval rate the Metropolitan Railroad Company in the District gery,'' and the jeais practice. '
year ending the thirtieth of Columbia j.
of Jnne Juno
and 24thltptf.W11TE
recorded as aforesaid for the one .
of thousand
purpose oigUltindrv-daml J -
coney ,
1 ing land -ituatod in said district forty nine as n flnircs Be it enacted by the Senate I ;
z ajlno\\l.vlji: ;d ou; of: that thesnpcr.u:: :. udent of the! naval o': and House of Ilem-esen
the Distinct of Columbia, before juJge of United ,\rl } ; at tatives of the United States of America in
a L i )instonctyBhnlll,9a auff Congress assembled SP1tGS
:tatesbOLirt: Iwfoie two alScrmau of :i ciijj( .or ilie hcut-uantsn the navy be and-apt.m i la com., d-i" J That al act entitled "An act to incorporate ; IOT.EIJ_

4-hicf magistrate of a city, or before a notary public ; I no offlccr c the u ivy employe.: as Leichy., ; ,! J the Metropolitan Railroad Company in the Dist-irt of HAMILTOX COCATT, .\. '.

_ and all deeds heretofore executed and recorded a: a, receive oilier t' an the shore-duty npcriutClll11'nt I shall Columbia," approved July first, eighteen hundred and I
forcsuid: for the purpose of pay ofhii m v. sixty-tour, be and the undersigned takes:
.t conveying land silaated in I AiTUOvKD. Slmvh 3, ]81)->. same hereby is, amended I THE pleasure in announcing-"-
aid district ackuowlcdged an attorney,in-fact, du hereinafter set forth, namely] that the first section be, public that he is prepared to accommodate

ly appointed, or by an otiicer oi a corporation, duly 3 ii.\prKi-C'XV. aud hereby i:, amended by striking out-all after the those seeking a healthful and pleasant siiua on.,

J uuthorz"d! who has acknowledged the :: nti: to bo h.s An Act for the Ilclief of toe! words "along II street north to Seventeenth street west, Opr tables are furnished with,the best the narlzct of

act and deed, instead of theaciaud deed, of the gran the Ex-mission of San Jose occupants, in the of the Lauds of intersecting the doubletrack! road," and inserting : also the country will afford. ,
tor or of the corporation)1' and all l deeds heretofore State of Ca.Iifurl1ia.1 a double or sin-ln track railway, Ho has comfortable hacl.s
commencing running in
....*.-.1 __ i __ .. ee- at' tIll' > itcrscction with eonnection-
'lU CU aim recoruea asaiorcsaid: lor the of D .street north and every train, between this place
purpose of con lie it enacted by the Senate i>nd House rOUr-anci-a.liaLt Street t and the Railroad;
veying situated in said:district to which there is tatives of the United Stated of America of Uepresen- I west, along Four-and a-half street west to the gate of: depot, at Welborn. .

; nor annexed: a legal certificate as to ;the oflicia awniblca, That every person who has hi COllgI'C the arsenal ; also a double or single track branch rail w.. c\, TUJINEI Proprietor.:
-hara-ter of thccfflcer or Oilier, taiinge as against all others IoSsesiou way commencing at the intersection of Ninth street: July 22.-tf. .

ucknovilodgement, shnll.'Jxy: j: :u %d the same theo r", bemsf out of possession, is,except a, the United States, west and the Washington canal, along Ninth street -- -.,11! ," .

hereby: declared: to be of the same effect and ce as 7Lforcsa.ill, cntlilcd to the against aU others cxIt wet to M i: street north, along M street north to Twelfth I

validity to pas the fee simple or other estate intended p OrtiO1 of i'tract oflanil situate in pos esvimi oMl"7 street west, and along Twelfth street west to the Wash- 3TOTIUE. .
I to be ::onv'eyo'i,and bar dowor in the real,estate da State ofCalifornh thc county iu ton canal and Maryland avenue persons
therein ki own ,,tS the lmdi to the Potomac ALL arc warned not to trespass
mentioned in favor panics in actual minion of SaiiJo. of the ex- S River ; also a lOU le or single track branch the Florida on the Iand
poss.'ssiou Atlantic
.'; (, as included in the rail\Ya.\, and Gulf Central
Claiming under and through such deeds, as if such sUrthereof, made: October, map and commencing at the intersection of Massachusetts- I Co., asany cases of that sort will be Railroad
deeds had been by such femmes eighteen hundred nue and H street north prosecuted with
covert executed and and MXU'four, by B. H. Dver, II along Massachusetts avenue to out discrimination. W M. O.
acknowledged, or acknowledged in : deputy United K street north, along K JEFFREYS,
't case ot'a dower States surveyor, shall have street north to the circle, with Jacksonville. July 22-lm .
thcri-ht Agent for
right, form.heretofore prescribed by law aSif and the I the privilege extending the said Trustees.
; such right is hereby granted to I branch road at niiv r-rqi. -___ _
l'aeh ir n-- -- .,
ieeds had
been executed and and( j time along K street north --"- I I *.l' .
L acknowledged by. ry such person, to enter and I to Rock creek, across the ,
#raniOr 11 the deed ; as if such of thcS purchase of the United" I baidge over Rock creek to Water T IME LIME
pomer attorney : (hi) sum or price of ono dollar street, I LIME. J1ME.
4 been proved before the officer or officers taking the aokuohUcdgemeiit .: five cents per acresuch portion of said and twentyI J I I along Water street in Georgetown to Green streetaS?, : JLJ For Sale, in quantities
tract to suit
; as if such so right J Green street to Gay street purchaseis, bv
power ofattor..ej--l1a. been 1i 1ll)' possessed by him, her, or them and along Gay street and :
I proved before two justices ofthe peace' ; as if such uc- she, or they may so have such or to whichoJje 'r r First street to Fayette street, Georgetown,. with the Fernandina Fla., April II. T., 3101'. .
right of 20,1865.GEORGE .
knowledgement had been made before possession: yilegc of at time .
,- any judge of a whether such person claim the, SalUt' by any the road 'no\v in operation .,
state court, or before .
two from
justices of conveyancecia Seventeenth
the li- street
peace ; as if L or Andres Pico and Juan T5. to the Capitol.
I such attorneys in-fact or officer of a corporation had L cg. ithcroftheui, orby psssesion Alvarado or ,I from the present terminus of said road on A street A. PECK,
acknowledged the deed Jto be the deed of : l'roridedi:-/- north, along A street
the cr, 'n a north to First street
I grantor any person catitIcl under cast,
elr of tho corp ttiorf; 'as iis&ch this act to'a pareel J I First street east to East along "VVntclimaliei* uuc1 .Tiw1l&'i.
I nexed certificate deedsthal thereto an of le-8 than eight acres shall 10 lU such cases .., ___. >_ .>' .Capitol_street, along East Cani'UL. .
a in
I legal form that the officer or dollars.. for the snuIEC. pay ten I toi sLl'CC10 min sweet east, along Ninth street -o

officers taking,tho acknowledgement were really what 2.- And Jje further ennde'l That L street south, with the right to run public carriages vast HAS CONSTANTLY ON RANT> AND

they purport to be : Provided, That the certificate of claiming] any benefit under this act every person thereon, drawn by horse power, receiving therefor sale, Gold ami Silver Watches and jew Jr

acknowledgment by a femme covert shall show that tbe year from the passage thereof llal1, ,within One 1 rate ot fare not exceeding eight cents per a Also, a good assortment of' SpecU.cJes, Sttionery
acknowiedgenieut jrannada yapart" and / present to tho register for any.distance between the passenger Combs, Brushes, Perfumery ,
'ppyily'j from the United States termini of either of the ,Toilet Soap, Toot Bnsh.
her husband" or use some other term'importing- Francisco Lual-oft1ce at San said main railways, or between C 5, Cutlery, including some of
that a those
survey or plat of termini of said cel brat dWade
c her acknowledgement was made out of his Sd of said tract branch railway, or & Butcher RazorsjUazor ,
claimed between
him either
by her Straps
and also presence, < r them wlil'h terminus of said Shavirig Bruhes and
that she acknowledged or declared that she the quarter section or sections, or shall exhibit main railway and the terminus of either or said branch Cups, Pocket Looking Glass s; Pocket Books and

I willingly the deed executed that or that she willingly acknowledged eluded in said plat, made by or under parts the thereof, in railways,: Provided, That tho use and maintenance of Memorandums, lthotogra Albums, holding from
or the same was her direction of the,said road shall be twelve'to on
2 that effect voluntary act, or to thq Unit States furveyor.Rencrnl for subject to the municipal '.r gulaG :piture8, Violin. Baijo ,an\J
attorney:shall And provided,'alsot That when. the power t therewith a written,statement setting California. and 'tlonsof the city of Washington, within its .'corporate Strings, Tape :Measures, from three to one hundred -

have IbeenJ] executed by a femme cov- of such claimant to enter forth thoiight! limits, feet, lUeerschaum Pipes and Selar
and RubS
( rt the shall purchase ,
same be ber
effectual such Stems
___JJ and sufficient if there under the provisions of this net portion! SEC. 2. And be it further Crochet NcedIes Sllve\ ThimbleS' &e.
hall have been such au acknowledgement claimant and whether the said enacted. That section eIght have just ) tie'We -
.is would be 8ufficlftht-ttnder of the same has acquired the alledged title of said' be, and hereby is,'amended by striking out the Silver received a fine assortment. of Gold and'of
tb words Cano
4 Pico Heads
4 $ roviaionBt'of this act, and Alvarado, or either of them five hundred thousand dollars and 3 lot those fine Howard
.t; to pass her cstate and thereto and Watches
interest or holds Inserting
therein were she a possession by words "one million which give such splendid'8' ..
ty executing the deed par- oub-' : ,and thereupon such dellars: Provided That'tueairectors Watches t faction:
- copy thereof of any deed'conveyance recorded cthe. record and' I ceiver shall), nnde:such rules as may be prescribed reo of said Metropolitan Railroad Company shall' ice and Clocks and Je"elry repaired on short noJolyl --
as aforesaid to be the commissioner ot tho by have to require satisfaction guaranteed. 'York from tile
if evidence thereof, in the general lami.nm power the subscribers to the will country -
same effect as if such deed same manner aud to have tho arid take.- bear, and examine the evidence proceed ItSJh pay the *.by them capital b rcceivePromp carcMtattention. Bememer -
had been Which T1 respectively subscribed. the place
originally' txccut- be offered may the Old Etand'ot
In SUl1port ofor time'in C.iD. Oak on Ocean
'd, acknowledged, and recorded according to law. on the against such claim, and, up. I Si' manner, and in such Instalment strc t., .
Sac. proofs being closed, shall they may deem and if :
2. And be it further,enacted; ,That determine upon and proper ; any stockholders .
all decide -
in exceptions the same : l'rorid&-'fljat shall refuse or neglect : ,
favor of pay instalments ,
- parties beyond the District of I 'no decision of said. any ,' as required :;
Columbia, register and receiver shall be by a resolution of the
which board
;, may by existing laws be replied or relied the fina1.until approved. b1. of .directors, after : ,RIDDELL fc MURDOCK ;' '
comniission ;
uny action'or on in r of the general land-omce. reasonable: proceeding of\direc. ,
brought inlaid (1istrlethro' _SEC: 3. AntI be :tors sell at .. .
hereby repealed and abrogated : Provided I whose itfurther't"act, That' the claimant; may public auction to' the highest bidder, (Agents for..,Israel RSealy.) ; ''
'rhat '
this v final so shares of J. i '
decision many said
Hectlon shall not affect tho has been made stock as natal- .; .
now pending, and such as right may of be parties! Jn actions paying for to the ceiver'ofthe land.omccat San Francbco upon- ments, (and the highest'bidder shall belakento be the WHOLESALE. DEALES1N! :

; : three years from the passage of this brought'i within' the land embraced in such final decision the sum"therefor L: person who offers to; purchase, the.leas* ,number 'of I .

;i : SEC. 3.\ And te it farther enacted, That act. the acts of be entitled prescribed to a patent in tho forsnch'first section of this act, shall I hares reiUlatioDI"for"the'assessment as'may be adopted due )' nride> such ,general I ,.L S- AfrWINES! ..:: :

congress approved May thirty.first lad' from the United I in the by-laws of.said "
k and thirty-two and eighteen hundred States, conveying all the iuterot oflhe corporation,'or may sue for and coJlect the '
: April United lame in
Sa.ate .
twenty. Imported and
!. 01
and thirty-eight, in reference eighteen hundred therein to such 'fclaImant.SEC. ., : court ot'eompetentjuriacUctlcna. --: Domestic'Liquors: of : .
to the '
1 ment and recording acknowledge 4. And bt itrlJter SEe:.3'Md be It further i'That section .: 'all' KInd and I '
J-w ofdeeds of land situated in said tnadt4, That upon aU teen l1ef 'and'. ? Dualities. ,; -
district, shall be taken and ceedings under this'ct beings pro hereby iiBO; amended'lU'to allow the : ?;<
closed ,
with the acts of Maryland construed the' as cumulative appeal, take'to the supreme tourt and upon the t 1814 corporation three' 'yeara'from the date of'the"ap. ;Ko.' 6, Merchants. ;$ow,: Jiaton.i Head,- S.C..1 -! .
in same subject in force Eo of United Statei I proval of this act in which ..
said district at the passage thereof by L. Beard and'others, 'claimants' of to complete, the :ra1JWa1B June itt < .
and that an ac said landi I herein'desCrlbed: and those' to "-
knowledgement made and certified In compliance with a gain4'theThtLted Bates, beh1g dWnfued,,or, the di.'; which thlJ Is an amendment described' Int1ia: 'act. 1: ono of said roe 'r'
I any acts;and before any officers authorizod the appealed frQzn &ftlrmecl, 'the f.8urveor.enerat-: Sic."4t,And be it fnrther 'NOTICE.I' 'i.. :;
by either of said act to take UnltedStatei for.California -nacted.,' t'tb tent '. .
: ,,:' {whether,}o or out of an acknowledgement, thepnbIliveys tobe shailcanpa thUnes at I eeatdi section be, and ". -i
,: the District of extended over'J'U' bi It11tbi HEREBr WAmT-ANyoNz1IEGoTATmG': :TO i
Colombia poUon Of Out the1 words tate'' 1
tt I { .. be and aId luditbIthaha1I "at the : t.:
t good) effectual and vot ; forlon do note '
1 '''. ; lIlt shall appear that the ha.beendlspog: d, : tbJ1der 1 >* and inserting thoworde ; trading a KiTeD by me to James H.'HaudleyVr
t : : gntor"cknowledgcdaatddeei" &heProTbf 1i berebfand. thereafteTthe i ""s-the.rsteof siXteen' or]three hundred dollars rhicii
: ": ,> it shall havh/ftbe .aam )taU bi :tor the d nar. ($300) one htmdred of* .
xome effect as if ho or she acknowledged { .dibpo as intho 'caseofotherpubllclanda. ;I l"L has been paid., I will not pay the' 'rema1deicompedbyawitl3snnui1iztdebt. ; ttnles*
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[OFF1CUI.] class clerks at annual salaries of sixteen hundred dollars --

ws of the United States each, and one first-class derk at an annual salary lars, and by imprisonment for a term not exceeding SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That before it shall .

of twelve hundred dollars, besides such temporary five years, at the discretion of the court. be competent for said state to dispose of any of said

j>AI SU) AT TME! SECOND SESSIOX OF TIlE clerks as may from time to time bo needed : Provided, SEC. 5. And te it further enacted, That, in addition to lands, to be selected as aforesaid, the plan of said

however, That the allowances to such temporary clerks the devices and legends upon the gold, silver, acd other breakwater aud harbor, and the routo of said canal

shall in no one year exceed one thousand dollars. coins of the United States, it shall be lawful for the di- shall be established as aforesaid, and a plat or plat

THIKTV-EIGHTJl CONGRESS. SEC. 3. And bf further enacted, That for the rector of the mint, with the approval of the Secretary therepj shall be filed in the office of the office of the
pose of paying for the pur of the Treasury, to oause the motto "In God we trust;'
current fiscal year, the increased War Department, and a duplicate thereof in the officeof
HAITI::: compensation above provided, the Attorney-General is to be placed upon such coins hereafter to be issued as the commissioner of the general land office.

Art to provide for the Publication of the Opinions hereby authorized, in addition to the amounts already bhall admiUof such legend thereon. SKC. 4. And be it further enacted That if the said
of the Attoinrya General of the United States. SJ.C. C. And be i further enacted That the
appropriated for the payment of salaries in his office one breakwater harbor, and ship-canal, shall not be com-
it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprcseu- iu the two Be appropriation bill for the current fiscal year, to a legal pleted within two years from the passage of this act,the
rives: ot the United States of America in Congress as- draw on and use from the unexpended balance of tender for any payment exceeding four cents in ]lands hereby granted snail revert to the United States.
tabled, That the Attorney Geueialbe, and his here- amount ; and so much of the laws of the United States
moneys standing on the books of the treasury, one the SEC 5. And Le it further enacted That the legislature ,
br, authorized to contract on behalf of the United first of July last, to the credit of his office for the heretofore enacted as are in conflict with the provisionsof of said state shall cause to be kept an accurate accountof

sates: with a suitable'book'Vviblisher for the printing of clerks and messenger, or from any other appropriation pay this act, are hereby repealed. tho sales and net proceeds of the lands hereby granted -

and publishing of tin-unpublished opinions of the attorneys then standing to the credit of his office, and yet Approved March 0,1SC5. : and of all expenditures in the construction, repairs, -
of the United States
general delivered since subject to his control and unexpended, a sum not exceeding -- and operating of said canal, and of the earnings there

the fourth of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, in the whole twenty-four hundred dollars CHAPTER ex. of, and shall return a statement of the same annually
terms following to wit : The said opin An Act to regulate the Fees of Custom House Officerson
on the : toward such additional compensation for the current to the Secretary of the Interior ; and whenever said
ions to be published in as many volumes as may be .fiscal year.Approved. the Northern, Northeastern, ane Northwestern state shall be fully reimbursed for all advances made

which hil1 be, ttS to the quality of paper, March 3, 1865. Frontiers of the United States. for the construction, repairs, and operating of said

cnhng, and bindin c1f unifonu style and appearancwith Be it enacted l by the Senate and House of Heprensentatices canal, with legal interest on all advances, until the reimbursement

the eighth'OlU111t' of said opinions, published b\- i ClIAPTKR XCIX. of the United Stales of America in Congress assembled, of the same, or upon payment by the

lobert Faruhaui, in the year eighteen hundred and That, in lieu of the fees now authorized by law to be United States of any balance of such advances over

fiftp-eigbt, and, as nearly as possible, of uniform size An Act to provide for the Construction of certain collected by custom officers on the northern, northeastern such receipts from said lands and canal, with such in. .

nith said eighth volume, and which shall numbered i Wagon-Hoads in the Territories of Idaho. ant northwestern frontieisof the Uxited States, terest, the said state shall be allowed to tax for the use

n regular order after the said eighth volume ; the Montana Dakota, and Nebraska. there shall be levied and collected :- of said canal only such tolls as shall be sufficient to ?

coppright thereof tc be taken out by, and be for the Be.: it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen- For admeasurements of vessels, tho fees prescribed all necessary expenses for the care, charge, and repairof pay

use of, the publisher, who shall deliver to the Attorney- iat ves of tho United States of America iu Congress as by the act entitled "Au act to regulate the admeasurement the same.Approved.

General for the use of the United States, within one sembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be, of tonnage of ships and vessels of the United March 3. 18G .

month after the publication thereof, three hundredsets and he hereby, authorized and empowered to servey, States" approved :Nay six, eighteen hundred and

of said volumes, at the price of three dollars per locate, and construct the following wagon-roads : sixty-four. CHAPTER CU!.

volume payable alter ch" y arc FO delivered. And the First. A road from Niobrara to the mouth of the Certificate of regi-try, including bond two dollars
Attorney-General, is hereby authorized to employ a Turtle Hill River, and thence, upon the most direct and twenty-five cents. An Act to extend the Time for the Completion of cer-

: competent person to edit and prepare the said opinions practicable route, to Virginia City, in Montana Terri- Indorsement register, one dollar. tain Railroads to which Land Grants have been madein

tory, with a branch from the month of Turtle Certificate of enrolment the States of Michigan and Wisconsin.
?publication, as aforesaid, with proper head notes, Hill including bond on vessel not
and a full Mid complete index and to supervise the River, or such other point as may be selected, to exceeding fifty ton, one dollar ; on vessel of above He it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives j

When tho said three hundred sets Omaha. fifty and not exceeding one hundred and fifty tons, one of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

said"h3.IUiavi: publication.> been delivered for the use of the United Second. A road from a point at or near the mouth of dollar and fifty cents ; on vessel of over one hundred That there be, aud hereby is, granted to the State ot I
the Big Sioux River via Yancton and Michigan, for the purpose of aiding in the constructionof
States\ the Attorney General shall cause them to be Dakota Territory, to fifty tons, two
distributed: as follows : For the President of the United a point at or near the mouth of the Big Sheyeune License, including bond on vessel of not one hundredand a mlroyd from Marquette, on Lake Superior, to the (
Wisconsin state line, at or near the mouth of the Meno-
River, thence said river to its main forks thence fifty tons one dollar vessel of hundred
State, two sets ; for the Department of State, ten sets ; up up ; on over one
River for tho benefit and of
for the Department of the Treasury and the heads of the north fork to a point of intersection with the road and fifty tons, one dollar i.nd fifty cents. raonee use the Chicago andNorthwestern
from Niobrara. Indorsement on license of of including Railway Company, a corporation of the
change: master, -
sets for
Lurea.nstlureof: tvrcnty-nve Depart-
the ; States of Michigan Illinois, Wisconsin and from Mar-
ment of War and the heads of the bureaus thereof, Third, For a road from a point on the western boun- master's oath, fifty cents. ,

twenty-five sets ; for the Department of the Navy and dary of Minnesota, to be determined by the Secretaryof Certifying manifest, and granting clearance for a licensed qmjtte to Ontonagou and for |the Railroad use and benefit of the

the heads of bureaus thereof, fifteen sets ; for the Department the Interior to a point at or near the mouth of the vessel to po from district to district, on vessel of Marquette Ontonagou Company, a corpo
ration of the State of Michigan, and for twenty miieswesterly
of the Interior and the heads of bureaus Big She 'ennc River. fifty tons or under, twenty-five cents ; on vessel of over
Fourtn. A road from Verginia City in Montana fifty tons fifty cents. I from Marquette of the Bay de :Noquet and
thereof, twenty sets ; for t.e Department of the Post- Marquette Railroad, for the benefit and use of the Bay
upon the most practicable route to Louistown! in Receiving ccrtiti d in nifcst and granting permit to
office ,
the ,
fiffice, ten sets ; for Attorney-General's ten de Noquet and Marquette Railroad Company four ad-
Ictahu. unlade of ,
tin entry vessel from other district on
sets ; for the judges of the supreme court of the United citional alternate sections of land mile to that already -
Sec. 2. And be it further vessel of fifty tons or under, per ,.
enacted, That to enable twenty-five cents ; on
States one set each ; for the library of said court, i
: granted by act of approved third
the Secretary of the Interior to out the vossel of over fifty tons, one dollar. congress une ,
ot the court of olaims the I carry
for tUe judges
three ,
hundred and
; A. D. and resolution
fifty-six joint
sions of tho toregoiug section the sum of one hundred Entry of a vessel from a foreign port otherwise than: h y
solicitor aud assistant and deputy solicitors of said : ,
be selected
supplementary to the
of and forty thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, by sea, vessel; of fifty ton or under, fifty cents ; if of upon
each for the library fifty
court, one pet ; congress, same conditions restrictions, and limitations
as are
I' appropriated out of in the not over fifty ton, one dollar ; and the same fees for clearance -
any money treasury I
both houses of the residueof
the of
sets,for use congress ; of like vessels to contained in the act of congress entitled "An act making:
otherwise appropriated fifty thousand dollars > which foreign ports.
the said three hundred pets to remain in charge of o r a of lauds to the State of Michigan in alternate
shall be applied to the construction of the road from Receiving manifest of goods brought into the United grant
librarian of at the future disposal of con- railroads
the congress, sections to aid in the construction of in said
States from ,
Virginia City to Lewistou thousand dollars shall foreign countries adjoininp said frontiersby
And the sum of seven thousand dollars is hereby June third hundred :
gress. state approved eighteen and
be applied to the construction of the road from Nio land vthL les, and permit to unlade the same, ten ,
appropriated, out of any money: in the treasury :no: ty-five cent; titty- ix ; Provided, That the land to be so located by
otherwise appropriated, to pay for the editing ot We : brara and branch to Omaha ; twenty thousand dollars manifest of either of said roads snail be selected from the alternate .
Receiving of
I shall be applied to the construction of the road from baggage passengers arriving
and the of the said three hundred
said opinions price sections, designated by odd numbers, within twenty
the of from foreign countries, adjoining said frontiers including -
mouth the Big Sheyenne to its intersection with ,
which shall be disbursed vouchers I '
volumes!, money miles ot the line of said road.
the Niobrara road thousand dollars shall be permit to unlade the same, twenty-five cents.
the Attorney-General. ; applied 2. Le it enacted That the lands J
approved by 1 fcEC. And further granted -
Granting to vessel
to the construction of a bridge over the Big Sioux permit a not belonging jto] a citi-
March 3. 1865. said of and this disposed
act shall
Approved, zen o1't11e United States to from district district by act congress by be
River, or so much of this sum as may be necessary, go to ,
and balance two dollars, and [thej same fee for receiving manifestand ot only in the following manner, that is to say :
to be to
any remaining applied continuing
CiL\PTJR XCVI. When the of the State Michigan shall certify -
and improving the road from Sioux City, Iowa, to the granting penult to unlade such vessel on arrival ina
to the Secretary of the Interior that ten consecutive -
all of Color in district from another district. any
An Act to remove qualifications carryingthe I
Big Sheyennej Dakota Territory, and the remainder
miles, upon the route of either of said roads, is I
Mails.Be shall be applied to the construction of the road from Entry of goods imported from any foreign port or .

it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the western boundary of Minnesota to the Big Shey place for consumption, warehousing, re,warehousing, class completed railroad in a then good the aud substantial of manner the Interior, as a first-shall
of the United States of America in Congjess enne River : Provided, That any unexpended money transportation or exportation entry, including official ,
assembled, That from and after the paasage of this act now in the treasury, appropriated for the constructionof certificate or oath on entry or to invoice, fifty cents, cause a certificate or certificates to issue to said state
for hundred sections of land for the benefit and
reason of color, shall be disqu alified and for every pout entry, forty cents one .
no person, by a road !rum Sioux City to Fort Randall, Dakota 'I'cr.litorr -
and from time
of time for each
such so to
tram in carrying the mails, an all acts Permit to land or deliver goods not above providedfor use company,
employment shall be, and is hereby, transferred rrom the completed section of ten miles of either of said roads,
and of acts establishing such disqualification including twenty-five cents. '
parts War Department to the Department of the Interior.
hundred sections of land until the whole shall be
especially the seventh section of the act of Approved, March 3, 1865. Official bonds not herein 'provided for, each one one ,
completed : Provided That none of the additional
:March third hundred and twenty-five, are dollar.
t eighteen Debenture other lands granted by this act for that portion of the Mar-
repealed. on [or] official certificate not herein
hereby CHAPTER
c. quette aud Ontonagon Railroad now completed shall be -J
March 3 18C3.CUATTEB. provided for, twenty-five cents.
. Approved, -- An Act to authorize the Coinage of Tree-Cent Pieces, Bill of health twenty-five cents. certified to the State of Michigan, by the terms hereof

xcvii. and for other Purposes. Crew-list, including bond, one dollar. until the said railroad shall be completed from a point

An Act ating to the Clerkships in the Post-Office Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Protection, fifty ents. twenty miles west of Marquette to Ontonagon ; and

re Department.Be of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Recording bill of sales, mortgages, hypothecations; or that none of the additional lands granted by this act for
That soon as practicable after the'passage of this that portion of the railroad from Marquette to the Wisconsin -
it enacted by the senate and House of Representatives so conveyances, fifty cents each, and certified copies
of the United States of America in Congress assembled act, there shall be coined at the mint Of the United thereof, fifty cents each. btate line at or near the mouth of the Menomo-

the third section of an act of States a three-cent piece, composed of copper and nick- Recording certificates for discharging and cancellingsuch nee River, now completed, shall be so certified until
That congress
el in such proportions, not exceeding twenty-five per the said railroad shall be completed from Bay de No-
act making appropriations for the civil conveyances, fifty cents ; copies thereof, twenty-I '
entitled "An II
centum of nickel, as shall be determined by the direc- j, five cents. quet to the said Wisconsin state line at or near the
of the government for the
and diplomatic expenses mint the standard of which shall be mouth of the Meuomonee River aforesaid.SEC. .
of the Certificate forth
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and tor setting the names of the owners of a
year iifty-four ending" the third of March eighteen hun- thirty grains, with no greater deviation than four vessel, with their respective interest, and also the mate- 3. nctte it further enacte-, That the time limited f
approved each aud the shape mottoes and devices for the completion of the road from Marqqette to ,i
dred and 1 ft-three, be, and the same is hereby, grains to piece, rial facts of any existingbilI ot sale, mortgage, hypothecation i -
line at the mouth of the
or near
directorof the Wisconsin state ,
said coin shall be determined by tho
of or other incumbrance, the date and amountof
of chief l
amended so as to authorize the appointment a of the of the Menomouee River, be, and the same is hereby, exten-
with the Secretary
the mint, approval such encu.? brance. and the parties thereto one dol-
three assistants ,
of the
clerk hit he offices of two thousand dollars post 'freasur)'. And the laws uow in force relating to the lar : Provided, That no bill of sale, mortgage, hypothe- ded tor the term of five years, from and after the third 1 t.

master-general, at a salary perannum coinage of cents, aud providing for the purchaseo of cation, conveyance, or discharge of mortgage or other day of June, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-six. ttSEC.
each. toe duties of the 4. And be further enacted, That no lands to be '
material and prescribing appropriate incumbrance of any vessel, shall be recorded unless
SEC. 2. And be it f umber enacted, That, in lieu of tern. the road from Marquette to Bay de No
officers of the mint, and of the Secretary of the Trea- the same is duly acknowledged before a notary publicor set apart
porary clerks now employed in the Post-Office Depart-j sury be, and the same are hereby, extended to tho; other officer authorized to take acknowledgments of quet, and from :Marquette to Ontonagon, shall be selec-
-:" uent and paid out of the appropriation for postage- herein provided for. deeds. ted and certified east of that portion of the range line

\lfamps and stamped envelopes and the proceeds of coinage SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That all laws now Approved March 3. 1865. dividing: ranges twenty-six and twenty-seven, that is,
s! of waste paper, the"Postuiester General be, and in force, relating to the coins of the United States, and south of the township line between townships forty-
heli hereby, authorized to appoint two clerks of class and for+y-eight nor south of that portion of the
the striking and coinage of the same, shall so far as I CHAPTER Cil.I seven .
three, tf.;,o clerks of class two, and five clerks of class I township line dividing townships forty-seven and
to the herein author-
applicable be extended coinage An Act granting:; Land to the State of Michigan, to aid
one. > ized whether said laws are penal or otherwise, for tho in building a Harbor and Ship-Canal at Portage Lake, aud forty-eight, that lies east of the dividing range line
Sac 3.rd; be it further enacted, That the sum of above named and that no lands to be set apart for
security of the coin, regulating and guarding the j ro Kenenaw Point, Lake Superior. rW ; ;
eighteen tho'ujand'dollars be, and the same is hereby, debasement I the road from Marquette on Lake Superior, to the ,
cess of strikng and coining, for preventing Be it enacted by the Senate and House f Representatives
appropriated bof, any money in the treasury not fur other Wisconsin state line, at or near the mouth of the Meno- ;+
'counterfeiting, or any purpose. of the Lnile'd Male rf America in Cnngrcs assembled,
otherwise appropriated, to pay the clerks provided for shall suitable That monee River, shall be selected and certified west of t ,
And tine director of the mint prescribe there be, and is hereby, granted to the State ot
in the two preceding sections of this act. regulations insure a due conformity to the required Michigan the rlefhtbf locating and constructing a breaks that portion of the range line dividing ranges twentysix ;
SEC. 4. And : weights and propoitions of alloy in the said coin, and water and harbor and ship-canal through any public
iii thousand dollars iife and the same is hereby, lino townships forty-two and forty-three, nor ,
shall order trials thereof to be made from time to time, lands at or upon the neck of land ou Lake: Superior dividing
appropriated, out of any ntancy in the treasury not north of the township lino dividing townships forty- ,
the assayer of the mint, whereof a report shall be known us "The Portage : Provided, That not more
otherwise appropriated, tor tbepa'yment of such temporary by made'in writing to the director. than one thousand feet in width on tic bank of Lake' seven and forty-eight ; and that, for the purpose of

clerks as the Postmag jr-General may, from SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That the said coin Superior shall be occupied by said breakwater and making up any deficiency of lands to which the line of

time to time, deem necessary. shall be a legal in any payment to the amount of sixty I' harbor and that a strip of land not more than four road from Marquette to Bay de Noquet may he, entitledto

SEC. 5. Andbe it further ,enacted. That unclaimed cents. And it shall be lawful to pay out said coins in hundred feet iu width on said neck of land shall be oc- .. make its grant equal to ten sections to the mile, the
in dead letters for which no. owner can be same shall he certified on the route from Marquette to
money said canal And further That
exchange for the lawful currency of the United States, cu ied by : provided, ,
found, and also all money derived from$les ,of wastepaper cents or half-cents or two-cent pieces issued said shipcanal5hall be at least one hundred feet in Ontonagon, within twenty miles of the line of said road,
other property in post-omces or ,the (except and east of the range line dividing ranges thirtyoneand I
or public under former acts of congress,) in suitable sums by width, with a depth of water not less than thirteen feet. .
Post-Office Department, to be deposited in the treasury tho treasurer of the mint and by such other depositaries SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That there be, and thirty-two, and in accordance with the provisions
of the United States, under the direction, of the hereinbefore contained. And that, whenever the gov- :
as the Secretary of the Treasury may designate, hereby is, granted the said State of Michigan, for the
Postmaster-General for the service of the PostOfficeDepartment and ernor of ihe State of Michigan shall certify to,the Secretary ; .
under general regulations approved by the Secretary purpose of; aiding said state in constructing completing
and posmaster or clerk in a postvffce -, and the of the,Interior that twenty consecutive miles of i ;
; any the And under the like regulationsthe a'harbor and ship-canal to connect watersof
or any other clerk, officer,.or agent of the Post- of exchanged in suitable sums for any Lake Superior with the waters of Portgage Lake, two the line of road from Marquette to Bay de,Noquet has t :

Office Department,'having temporary: custody of such same may of the United States ; and the expenses hundred thousand acres of public lands, to be selectedin been completed in a good and substantial' manner as a : / ; ':": f

money, and wilfully neglecting,to deposit the same as lawful currency such exchange, distribution, and transmission subdivisions agreeably to the United States survey, first-class railroad, the Secretary of the Interior shall i
herein shall be deemed to be guilty felony incident to cause to be issued to said State of Michigan, for the use ;
provided and : or appointed by governor'ofsaid
; of the profits of!said coinage by an agent agent
be paid out ,
and be not exceeding double the sum may of and benefit of the Bay do Noquet anJ Marquette Railroad i
subject to a of said coinage, ascertained in like man- state, subject to the approval of the Secretary
so retained by such clerk or other agents a; aforesaid, 'the net profit in, the second section of th.e act en' the Interior, from any'lands in the ,upper peninsula of Company, assignee of the State of Michigan, a j
is prescribed
ner as for two hundred sections of ;
or imprisonment not exceeding,three year: ?, or both, titled "An act relating to foreign coWs, and the coinageof said state subject to private entry : Provided, That certificate or' certificates
; sections
and located the
at the di&crt tlon of the court. at"tbe mint of the United States,'' approved said selections shall he made from, alternate and odd- land, to be selected designated (
cents numbers, on the line from Marquette to
Approved, March 3,18C5.CiLtnTEBxcviii.., eighteen hundred and fifty- : numbered sections of land nearest the location of said by
February and winthln twenty miles of said line.
United canal in said upper peninsula not otherwise appropriated Ontonagou,
shall be transferred to the treasury of the. ,
seven, enacted That the time for the
SEC. 5. And be further ,
the United
: ot and not from lands designated by
frm and alter the ,
An Act amendatory of the Acts relative to the Attorney States :- Provided issues, That of fractional notes of the passage United States:; as "mineral" before the passage r.f this act, nor completion of the railroad from Fond du Lacl, <>n Lake., # 'i
this act no state line at
the Wisconsin or near
General's Office, and to fix the Compensa. shall be of a less denomination than five cents, from the lands to which the rights of preemption or Winuebago, ,, ( _
States the Menomonee River 'Shall be and hereby
month of a
and Clerks. ,
of tits Assistant homestead have attached.
tion .
'such issues of a less denomination, at that timeoutstanding '
all and after
and of five from
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of ,Bepre n. shall when paid into the treasury or any SEC. :3. And be, it further enacted, That the said lands is, extended for the period 'years
hundred ands
in Congress assembled the of the the third day of June, one eight
tatives of the United States of America 'desIgnated depository of tho United Stotes, or redeemed hereby granted shall be subject to disposal and all of land to saidrJHid
'and that
of the assistant! at 'said if the thereof ty-six ; any 'grants
state legislature
That hereafter the salary by law be retained legislature of or,
as now effect.EC. .
or exchanged continue and remain In full 'force and
torney-general shall be" same IB hereby, raised, : shall not bo in session, or shall adjourn i bin ten day shall

to the sum of thirtyflya hundred dollars per annum. and cancelled. enacted That if personor after tho passage and approval of this act;then! .said % 5. And be it further enacted, That each of said
And "be it further any and substantial manner
4. in
the SEC. ehall grade a good
of ,
lieu of companies
in tho
Sac 2. And belt JurtAd enacted. That make issue or or lands shall be subject to the disposal governor t
; shall knowingly, pass ties miles of its road within two '
persons for twenty
provisions of law prescribing 'the AttorneyGeneralsPowers made issued, or past [passed], any
cause to be and miles additional thereof in each year
at to the ployment of clerks in his office, It device whatsoever in mental or it'compounds said and for no other ; and the said canal shall be and years, .
card token, or Provided That if said companies or either
thereafter. ,
shall be and he of
Is Attorney-Gen.-ral remain highway for the use thr governmentof
provided that the be passed as money, a public
intended to pass or fail to do to complete its
one chief of them, shall neglect or so; or
office the
is in his the United States, free from toll or charge upon
hereby authorized to employ this act or for coin of equal
authorized by land '
doi- for the coin road within the time herein specified, the granted
hundred ;
clerk thousand and two vessels of said government, or upon vessels employedby
at a salary of two value such or persons shall be deemed guiltyof shall to the United 8&at"PPl'ovf'd ..
person revert -<
Lars clerks (being one in the transportation of property to company
per annum: two foarth-clasa and shall on conviction thereof be said government any
misdemeanor, March i a
clerk") at annual a United State \ 3,1865.
of the
"pardon clerk" and one "opinion punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dol. or troops : ">
MUarie of eighteen hundred dollars each, two .'-

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,'J'1. ".... .._ MIr.'" ."..-. "."'-!':"' :"',-.. .. .... b'" ... .. .' ," .. : and That settlers under the provisions of the homestead under its seal, and must signed by the clerk and need
.r, : '.1'. (K. CHAPTER CIV. From 'Hamilton, via Millville, Bunker Hill, law, who comply with the terms and requirements of contain nothing but the authority conferred upou

II t. j-f An Act to establish certain Post-Roods. Reily, Ohio, to Springfield, Indiana.PENNSYLVANIA.. 'said,act, shall be entiled to patent for an amount not commissioner and instructions to guide him, a tw th6

':f 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of 'Represenj exceeding eighty acres each, anything in this act to ment of the cause in which tho testimony is to be UM(

j t 4t> I' tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled .. Mount Zion and Grcble to Mount the contrary nothw'thstandlng, and a copy of all the intcrrogat pries filed appended '
i From ,
.' fl" J: That the following be established as post 'JEtna Lebanonvia SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That the lands Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the Trtn,

: roads : From Brady's Bend to Mi.lville. hereby granted shall be subject to tho disposal of the before whom any of the depositions above: contemnted !/;
: CALIFORNIA. of Minnesota for the purposes are taken must cause the interrogatories
From McKean County Jto, Wilcox, Elk legislature of the State appended
I :=' 0 p From San Jose to Alviso. Smethport, aforesaid and no other. And the said railroads and to the commission to be written out, and the answer

; t From Santa Clara to Alviso. County. township.Nonh- branches shall be and remain public highways for the thereto tobe inserttd immediately underneath the re.
From Herndon in Lower Mahoning
From Virginia City in Nevada,. via Crystal Peak, timberland County, via Jordan township, to Klingcra- use of tho government of the United States free of all spective questions; the whole when completed, bread

; t \ Donner Lake, Summit Valley, and Dutch Flat, to Sac town in Schuylkill,County. toll or other charges upon the transportations of any over by or to tho witness, must be by him IJr } $r
ramento. United States. subscribed and sworn to in the usual
1 '' : i Linden Lindon Station the Philadelphia property or troops of the manner.
From on
I \t From Folsom to Colomaevads.w and'Erie 810:(. 6. And be it further enacted. That the lands SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That all exhibit

I I From Monterey, via Watsonville; to San Francisco. I From Emlenton Vcnaugo County, to Shippcnsvilie, hereby and heretofore granted to said Territory or produced before the person taking the deposition, or
From Mnrpheys via Big Trees, Big Springs, Silver Clarion State Minnesota shall be disposed of by said state for proved or referred to by any witness or c6rrect copieR

4 I Valley, to Silver Mountain, and thence, via Mount Bullion From County.Rockland, Venango County, via Cranberry, to tho purposes aforesaid only and in manner following, thereof must be appended to the dispositions, and returned -
', Markleville. Carey's Mills, and Frcdericksburgh, in said usurers : When the governor of said state shall certifyto with them, unless sufficient reasons be shown
Laytonia county.
Geneva. section:of ten for not so doing.
to that
the any
to Cranberry, the Secretary
From CaI1en burg Clarion County,
t From Austin, Lander County, to lone City. consecutive miles of said road is completed in a SEC. 0. And be it further enacted That: the person

From Wellington Station, oa West Walker River, by Venango From Greenville County. Clarion County, to Kerr's store, in good, substantial, and workmanlike} manner, as a first taking the deposition shall attach his certificate there
Walkei's Lake, Deep Well Station, Kentucky District, railroad and the said secretary shall be satisfied to, stating that it was scribed and sworn to by the ,
class ,
I said county. .....I 4'ft.1. .al, ii-_ _....>._ at the time and ] .
Hot Spring, Mammoth District lone City, the county that said state las complied 111quirement guuu AUHII w i.... ....i, .. deponent place therein mcntionedthe; -
neat of Nye County, St. Augustine and Washington dis VERMONT. the said Secretary of the Interior shall issue whole, including the commission and interroR torieg

I. tricts, Canon City, and Middletown, to the city of Austin From East Berkshire, Montgomery. .\. and Belvi- to the said state patents for all the lands grantedand must then be sealed up and returned to the clerk of the

,.the county spat of Lander county. dere, to Eden. selected as aforesaid, not exceeding tea sectionsper criminal court of the District of Columbia, by mail,

NEVADA AND TERRITORIES IDAHO AND MON- From Windsor, Vermont. via PlaInfield to Meriden, mile, situated opposite to and within a limit of unless tho defendant and the district attorney agree
said section of road thus upon some other mode; and, when received
: : 4TANA. New Hampshire.From twenty miles of the line of by said
e Pittsfield via South Chittendon and :East Pitts- completed extending along the whole length of said clerk, he shall open the package and place the eposi-
From Umonville the seat of HumboUlt County
county tiou ou file in his office.
miles of road, and no further.And .
ford, to Rutland. section of ten
via Star: City, Dun Glen, Moore's and White'sRanch completed when the of said state shall certify to the SEC.. 10. And bo it further enacted That nnirm>ro.
Pah Ute Knob in the State of Nevada the ARIZONA. governor
'- and the shall be sa- tant deviations from any of tLe above directions
secretary shall
of the interior 1
Owyhee and Jardans Creek Imines, Boise City, Idaho From Agua Caliente to La l'a" isficd secretary that another section of paid road, ten consecutivemiles not cause the deposition to be excluded where no sub
City, Centreville and Placerville, in the Territory of From Tucson, via 'fl1bac. to Patagonia Mines. in extent connecting with tho preceding sectionor stamial prejudice could be brought to the government

,i Idaho, to Virginia City, in the Territory Montana. From Tubnc, via Cerro Colorado, Fresual, and Cabibi with some other first class railroad wInch by such deviation. .

i; ILLINOIS. to Tucson. 'I;f may be at tho time in successful operation is completed SEC. 11 And be it further enacted, That, subject to
From Casa Clarjoa, via Yea"C'rYalllnt Grover, and the interior the regulations hereinbefore contained, the
\1 From Savanna in Carroll County, via Baker's Spring as aforesaid the said secretary ot court may
t j\ to Morrison, in Whiteside County. Upper Hcssary Auipa. to Prescott. shall issue to the said state patents for all the lands establish further rules for taking depositions and all

From Carthage, in Hancock County via Jacob K. From La Paz, Williamsport, Castle Dome City, granted and situated opposite to and within the limit other acts connected therewith.

I Jacob's store, Durhams, and McQueen's :Mill, to Bur- Laguna, Arizona Citto Fort Yuma. ot twenty miles of the line of said completed section Approved March 3. 186;).
i .! lington. Iowa. From Prescott to Mojave City. of road or roads, and extending the length of said section -
f From From Mojave City to Los Angclos via San Bernar exceeding ten sections of crupTEK evil.
further not
Newport, County, Indiana, to Ridge and no ,
j Farm, Vennillio County, Illinois. dino. land per mile for all that part of said road thus completed I An act supplemental fo the act approved first July,
From Cerro Gordo, Piatt County on the Great Wes- :From Mojave City via Aubry, to La Paz. under the provisions of this act and the act to I eighteen Hundred and sixty-four, "for the Disposal of

; tern Railroad, to Lovingston, Moultrie Comity. From Mojave City, via Santa Clara, to Fillmoro City, which this is an amendment and so, from time to time Coal Lands" and of Town Property in the Public Do
From Richmond via in the Territory of Utah branches are completed. Aud main.
Elgin Clintonville Junction, until said roads ami
and : shall certify and i Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative
Cottage Grove to Chicago. DAKOTA. when the governor of said state so :
From Marion ball be satisfied that the of the United States America in Congress as
Williamson interior
of the
County via Harrisburg Lake. to Pom-a the secretary
Homme via
From Bon Spring
That in the of
sembled case citizen
Saline County, to Shawnetown. whole of oue of said loads and branches is completed allY of the United
| any
From Waterloo Monroe Age icy. in Todd County. substantial and workmanlike manner, States who,at the passage of this act, may be in the
County, to Red Bud, in From Pembiua to S lint Joseph. in a good, ,
business of bona fide actual
said of the inte- mining on the public lands
Randolph County. as a first class railroad, the secretary ,
From Platteville, via Kendall and Specie Grove, to IDAHO.From rior shall issue to the said state patents to all tho re excel:t on lands reserved by the President of the United

;'t .> Yorkville. Placerville, via Washington, to Florence. mainiug lands granted for and on account of said completed States for public uses, tor purposes of.commerce
i INDIANA. From Elk City to Virginia City in the Territory of road and branches in this act, situated within such citizi n,ulon makiug proot'satisfacto1'} to the register -
t Montana. the said limits of twenty miles from the line thereof, and receiver to that effect, shall have the right to

: From Wabash, in Wabash County, via Emmon's From Boise!' City to Banuock City, in the Territory of throughout the entire :ength of said road and branches: enier, according to legal subdivisions, a quantity of
: + : Church and Roanna, to Nicouzah, in Miami County. Eontana. Provided, That no land shall be granted or couve} ed laud nut exceeding one hundred and sixty acres, to

i From Farmland, Randolph County, to Hagerstown, to said state uuder the provisions of this act on account embrace his improvements and mining: premises, at
t }L in Wayne County. MARYLAND.From of the construction of any railroad or part thereof that the minimum price of twenty dollars per acre, fixed in
1 : \ IOWA. Butler Postoffice to Mantua Mils! in Balti has been constructed under the provisions of any other the coal and town props I rty act of first July, eighteen

r f From Charles ""City, via Howardsville, Huntsville more County. act at the date ottho passage: ot this act, and adoptedas I hundred and sb tyfour : Provided, That where the

t Uusti, Howard, and Vernon Springs, to :New Oregon. NEW MEXICO. a part of the Hue 01 railroad provided for in this act: mining improvements and premises are on land surveyed -
; From State contained shall interfere at the passage of this act, a sworn declaratory
Marshall That herein
Centre, County, via Minerva, Aud provided nothing
i From Fort Union, via Antonchio Agua Negra, Fort :
Illinois Grove New Providence rights acquired under statement descriptive of the tract and premises, showing .
Quebec Point Pleasant with 3uy existing any
Fort Stanton, and Tularoza.) to Mesilla.
Sumner also the extent and character of the
j and Cottage, to Iowa Falls. Law of heretofore enacted making gmutsot
From Albuquerque, via Chilili, Tajique, Manzano, congress: shall be tiled within six months from the date of
From Muscatine .
i Iowa"ia., Buffalo Prairie, .Miilcrs- laud to tLetate Minnesota to aid in this construction
i Punta do la Agua. Fort Stanton, Tularoza. to Franklin act and proof and payment shall be made within
: hurg, and Alado, to Monmouth in Illinois. of railiouds: And prov.ded, further, That said : one
"' l' From Decatur City, Iowa, via Terre Haute. to Eagle Texas.Fiom lands, grained by tins or prior acts, shall run in any year from the date of such tiling; Lut where such mining .
Santa Fe via Santa Cruz Los + lands
I vine Missouri "* premises may Le en hereafter to be
manner be disposed of, except as the same are patented surveyed
From Decatur City, via Hopevillc to Afton. I 1 quid, to Sierra Amaritla. under the provisions of this act; and should tho such declaratory statement shall Le filed. within three
From Paraje via Alamo el :Bointo and Santa Bar. mouths from the return to the district laud office of
From Hampton to Marble Rock. Plate fail to complete any one of said roads or brauches ; the
From to bara, to Dona Ana. this then official township plat; and proof and payment shall be
Winthrop Fayettc. within i-ipht years alter the p :s>age of act,
.. From Santa Fe, via Pena Blanca Santo Domingo, made within oue year from the date ot such
From Chariton, Lucas County, via Garden Grove, to the said lauds undisposed of as aforesaid, on filing.
Leon, Decatur County. Cuvora, Algodones, San Isdora, to Canon de Jcmcz. :H cnUlit of paid load or brandies, shall revert to the feEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That in the case

; 1 From New Oregon/Iowa, to Preston, Minnesota. 2 EW HAMPSHIRE.From 1'nitd btates.bvc. '. of any city or town which, at the passage of chic act,

From Fort Dodge, via Eagle Grove, Grant. Belmond Rochester Strafford County, via Strafford : 7. And be it further enacted, That as soon as may be existing on the public lands,In which the lots

; and Upi er Grove, to Clear Lake. Corner, Blue Hills, and Clark's Coruorto Centre liarn- tho governor of the state JlinuebOta:: shall file or causeto therein may be variant as to size from the limitation

J FromAlden, via Oakland, Wall Lake Grant, and stead, in Bclknap County. be tiled with the secretary of tho interior maps designating fixed in the said act of first JUlY, eighteen hundred and
Eagle Grove, to Dakota, in Humboldt County the routes of said road and branches, then it sixty four, and in which the lots and buildings as mu.

From Algona, Iowa, via Armstrong's Grove, to Cha- WISCONSIN.From shall be the duty of the secretary of the interior to withdraw nicipal improvements shall co\er an area'greater than
i rin Lakes, thence to intersect the route from Blue City of Appleton, Outagaini County, to the from market the lands embraced within thc pro- six hundred and forty acres, such variance as to size of
,f 1 Earth City to Isterville. j town of Osborn, via Freedom, in said county. visions of this act. lots or excess in area shall prove no bar to such city or
From Bedford, Taylor County, via Buchanan, Bradyville I OREGON. SLC. 8. And be it further enacted That the United town claim under said act of first July, eighteen hundred

j College Spring, 'Val n's Grove to Hamburg, States mail shall be transported ou said road, under. and sixty-four effect to be given to this act according
u Fremont County. *= From Auburnvia Pocabonta, Riggsville, andDealy'sStation the direction of the Postotfice Department at such to such regulations as may be prescribed by the
to Umatilla, with a branch to Granite Creek secretary of the interior: Provided, Thatithe; minimum
{ \ by law provide: Pro ided That
price as may
Mines and Independence City from Dealy's Station. of each said lots in such town
i until such price is fixed by law, the Iotmaster Gene- price any or city which
J" From Cornwall Bridge, via Cornwall and Milton, tot J KANSAS. eral shall have p. wer to nx the rate ot compensation.SEC. may contain a greater number of square feet than the
\f' Litchfield. in the act which
t maximum to this is an amend-
bo it further enacted That the
From Topeka, Shawnee County, to Ottawa. 9. And Iro'isions -
shall be increased to such reasonable!
KENTUCKY.From shall also be construed so amount as
From Twin Mound, in: Donglas County, Auburn, of this act as to apply
of the interior
1 the secretary by rule establish
Mount Vernon to Somerset. Shawnee County. and extend to that portion of the line authorized to be :
,-j'\.' From Irvine, Estell County, to Vienna, Clarke From Junction City, up Lynn Creek, to Marion Cen- vacated by the joint resolution approved July twelfth, Provided sessed which, further possession, That where is recognized mineral by veins local are authority pos
County. eighteen hundred and sixty-two, "A joint resolution -
\ tre, in Marion County.
and to the extent so possessed and
FrornMcKee in Jackson Eureka in Greenwood County, to Albany in authorizing the State of Minnesota to change recognized, the
Connty, to Big Hill, in From title to town lots to be acquired shall be
I Madison County. Wilson County. line ot certain branch railroads in said state, and for subject to such
-I i j From in Wilson other ," notwithstanding the vacation thereoi recognized possession and the necessary use thereof;
Whiteley Court-House to John Davis, in White. From Neosha Falls to Albany, County. purposes Provided however, That nothing contained
\ ley County. From Washington, via Hadden, to Salt Marsh, in by said state, as though said joint resolution had not herein
j : I Hue said in shall be so construed as to recognize any color of tidy
; Republic County. passed, and also to tho adopted by state,
MAINE. From Garnett, in Anderson County, to Fort Scott, in lieu of the portion of the line so vacated. in possessors tor mining purposes as Against the jo\
I From Sherman, via Sherman's 3Iills, to Golden Bourbon County. SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That the time eminent ot the United States.

\ Ridge, in Aroostook County. From America, in Jackson County, via. Seneca to mentioned in an act entitled "Au act making a grantof Approved, March ;, 1865.

j i From Fort }'airtleldia Eaton Grant, to Caribou, in Pawnee, in Nebraska. lands to the state of Iowa, h; alternate section, to
: Aroostook County. From Humboldt, in Allen County to Catholic Mission aid in the cons'ruction of certain railroads in said CHAPTER CVUI.
j From Waldoboro to Friendship. Neosha County. state" for the completion of the railroads named in An act to amend an act entitled "an act to amend an

j From Belfast, through Waldo, Brooks.' Knox.; horni. From Humboldt, via Grey Stone, to Albany, in Wilson said act, be, and the same is hereby, extended two act entitled 'an act making a grant alternate; sections
j. ,like, Unity, and Benton, to Fairneld. County. years. of public lands to the state ot Michigan, to aid

MICHIGAN. From Seneca, Nehema County, via Plea ant Valley, :SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That tho last in the construction of certain'" railroads in said State
Nebraska to Miles Ranch, in Richardson County. clause of the second section of an act entitled "An act and for other purposes. .
t From Grand Ledge, Eaton County, via Eagle, to Approved., March 3, 1865 to regulate the compensation registers and receivers Be it enacted by the Senate and House'of Representatives -

.} Portland, in Ivonia County. II -- ot the land offices in the several states and territo- of the United States of America iq Congress assembled -

From Dowagiac. Cass County, to Volinia, in same ries in the location of lands by states and corpora- That section one of an act entitled "An act
; connty. CIUPTEU cAn \ to amend act entitled 'An
an alternate
I I tions under general grants from congress, ana for act making grant of -
From Climax Prairie to Galesburgh-on the Michigan i I sections of public lands the
to State of
be and the same is
: ,
Act extending the Time for the Conviction of cer- other purpose/
Central Railroad
,-in Kalamazoo County. i aid in the construction of certain railroads in said
.t read "A of the change shall bo
tain Land grant Railroads in the States Minnesota amended as to : map
From Flint via Davison
to Lapeer. state and for other
purposes."which said amendatory -
of the
the commissioner general land office
and Iowa and for other Purposes. tiled with
From Hillsdale, via Frontier, to Amboy. act was approved June seventh hundred
the Senate and Jfoure j, within three months after the said dianjre of location eighteen
lie it enacted by of jirfysntativafifths :
From Otisco, Ionia County via and White
Ashley and sixty-four, be, and the same is hereby, amended
America in assembled shall be made.
United Mates of tu1lrr
Swan to Courtlandt
Center, in same county. so as to make the last proviso in said section to read as
That the quantity of lauds granted to the State of Approved, March: :3, 18C5. '
From Manistee Mason
County, to'Stroml h. in same follows to wit : Provided, further, That the time
Minnesota to aid in the construction of certain railroads --
in the fourth section of the amended
specified act hereby -
in said state as indicated in the first section of CHAPTER CVl.
MINNESOTA. for the completion of said road shall Le and the
an [act] entitled "Au act making a grant of land to the
From Elk River, SLerburne county, to Princeton, in Territory Minnesota, in alternate sections to aid in An act to regulate the faking of Depositions iu certain same is hereby, extended eight years.
Mille Sac [LacJ County. the construction of certain railroads in said territory, Cases. Approved, March 3, l8w. ;

'i From Minneapolis, via Crystal Lake, Osseo, Maple and granting public 1. nds., in alternate sections to the Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives -- .
1 Grove, and Wassan, to Monticello.. State of Alabama, to aid in the construction of a certain of the United States of America in Congress JUST RECEIVED)

t From Winnebago Agency Blue Earth County, to railroad in said state, approved March third, eighteen assembled That any defendant in a criminal case, in ,

Minnesota Lake, Faribault County. hundred and fifty seven, shall be increased to ten sec- I the District of Columbia either after preliminary examination A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of
; From Elk River, Sherburno County, to Princeton indictment, or information, may examine
t tious per mile for each of said railroads and branches. Dry Goods '
c Millo Lac County. commission in such manner as is herein :
r subject to any and all limitations contained in said act witnesses on :
From Montonville to :Madison. and after prescribed.SEC. Groceries,
and subsequent acts, as hereinafter provided.SEC. .
,. From Mankato to New Ulm. 2. And be it further enacted, That the first pro 2. And be it further enacted, That defendant hardware,
From New Ulum to Redwood Falls. of the to take the deposition of witness residingmore
viso in the first section act aforesaid shall be SO wishing
: NEW YORK. amended that one hundred miles from the city of Washington Stationery.
as to read as follows to wit : Provided, That Boots! and Shoes :
From Keene, in Essex County to Keene Flats. the laud to be so located shall in no case be further than may select any ofthe following officers as a com .
._ _.. 1 :: From Cannonsville to Rocky, nUt in Delaware twenty miles from the lines of said roads and branches mission [erj] to take such deposition: the clerk or judgeof itc., &cu tc.
County. to aid in the construction of each of which said grantis any court of record, or any notary public, or any I At Wholesale and Retail.

___ From Cannonsville to Unadilla, in Otsego County. made ; and said lands granted shall in all cases, be consul of the United States, either by the name of office I JOHN S. SAMMIS k CO.,
From Danby to West Danby in indicated by the Secretary of the Interior. or by his individual name and official style; and
Tompkins count '. Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
:From West Hurley to Woodstock, Ulster County.) SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That any and all the name of tho court of which such constituted commissioner ,

:, From Ulster County, to Hunter Village lands heretofore reserved to the United States by any is clerk or judge, and the name of the state Jacksopville, Fla.,

-- in Greene County. act of Congress, or in any other manner by competent and county, or if without the United States the name && Expected soon to arrive from New York, a fill
From Malone, Franklin to Trout authority, for the purpose of aiding in any object of internal of the state and town or city, in which such notaryor
same county. County, in improvement or other purposes whatever be consul resides must be stated in the notice and in cargo of Goods. ,' Jl: S. S JtCO.;

From Malone, Franklin County, to Trout River, in and the same are hereby, reserved and excepted fromthe the commission. July 22.-tf. j
same county. operations of this act, except fip far as may bo found ; SKC. 3. And bo it further enacted, That five days'notice

r e From Walton to Downsville, in Delaware County. necessary to locate the route of said road through such !, must be given by a defendant, or his or her attorney PLANTATION TO LEASED

From Rushville, via Reed's Corners to Canandni- reserved land, in which case the right of way shall be of the time when a commission will he sued
r gua. : granted, subject: to the approval of the President of the out of the office of the clerk of the criminal court for the pONSISTING OF ABOUT TIIIKTEEX HUNDRED

i' From Manorville Eastford and United States: Provided further That any lauds which District of Columbia for taking the deposition of the |j acres with four hundred acres in cultiva.tion-fn
ii Hampton. Speonk, to West I may have been granted to the Territory or State of witness, (giving the name of the witness,) which notice corn, potatoes, field and ground peas, sugar cane, &c.,

i ; truiix Haneoze, via Hemlock Lake Livonia Li- Minnesota tor the purpose of aidiug in the constructionof must be accompanied with a copy of the interro- &c. Any person desiring to lease a farm cannot procure
Y vonia Station. to any railroads, which lands may be located within gatories to be asked such witness. a more elligible one in Middle !Florida. It is

7, From Morley, Saint Lawrence County to Madrid, in the limits of this exteu n of said grant or grants SEc 4. And be it further enacted, That at or before within three and a half miles of Quincy,;on the Pen>*-
the same county. shall be deducted from the full quantity of lands here! the time fixed in the notice, the district attorney may cola and Georgia Railroad, has the advantages ot a

OHIO. by granted, and that any lauds which may have been, file cross interrogatories; but if he fail so to do, tbs "turn out" on the railroad, and the products of the
so granted shall be strictly applied in accordance: with clerk shall file tho following : place need not be hauled further than one quarter of a
From East'Liverpool, Columbia County, via Calcutta the terms and conditions of said act or acts, unless sub 1. Are all of your statements in the foregoing answers mile. It will be leased until 1st of January, 1867.-
Spruce Vale, Clarksou, Carmel, and Fairfild, to sequently modified by law. made from your personal knowledged and ifno;, For further particular, apply Immediately to

Waterford. SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the sections ,do your answers, show,what are made from your personal ; CHARLES A. GEE.Quincy, Fla.
From Youngston, Mahoning County, Ohio, to Sharon and parts of sections of land, which by said acts and knowledge,' and what from information, and tho August 12-2t ;

t ', .. Mercer. County,Pennsylvania. this grant shall remain to the United States, within ten source of that information ? If not, now show what is

.\ '. r;' vile From Logan Hocking County, to South Blooming- .miles on each side of said roads and branches, shall from information, and give its source. NOTICE.

.- '. :.: From, in same county. not be sold for less than double the minimum price of 2. State everything you know concerning this case WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILIi APPLY TO
Ottawa, Putnam County, in, a westerly direc-- lauds favorable to either the government or the defendant. I SIX
public when sold for letters
a 'I' nor shall} any of said lands become ., Judge of Probate, for: Duval County
Blanchard. subject to sale at private entry until the same SEC. 5. And bo it further enacted, That tbeiotic of administration the estate of Martha .

i .\ 'J H H -S!'.... Charlove., bank of the Auglaize River tot shall have been first offered 'at public sale to the and copy of interrogatories may bo served and return Stone,late of said County upon, deceased. :
t .
pa'JldlngtCouldy.: { .highest bidder 1.t.or above the mtniraum price ed in the same! manner and by, the same officers or GEORGE STONE.JOB .
as 12.-6w.
i r ": ; ,, ,. :: r" ,t From Farmer, Defiance"County, westward to Milo| aforesaid: Provided, That. actual bona fide settlers persons as Is provided by law for the service,and return ; Aug. _

.''.:. 11',.,;"' ',..,,1."i .; nAVilliami in came county, ,and.from- Milo northwa to_ Edgez.. > under the pre-einptibn laws of the Untied States may. of a summons or subpoena civil actions within .

: :. i1 ;" ;U From Delta County.' Fulton aiter the proof ;.settlement: improvement, and 'occupation the District of Columbia. I PRINTING,
\ ,
) a' ; : County, to Liberty Centre,Hen- as now provided by law, purchase the same SEC. 6. And be it further enacted That tho commission ;.

- ; ';'.':1i: : .. }1t1.00unty.hl I' i at the increased minimum price: And, provided, also t shall issue in the name of the criminal court, and. 'I NEATLY EXECUTED- AT THIS. : OFFICE

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