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:
September 2, 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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oath to is authorized and required, on request, Convention will provide, by a schedule, for to accept what is inevitable without resistance
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY'MORXING BY give to the person taking it, certifiedcopies the election of a Governor and General As- and recognize truth however unpalata.

i J. K. STICKNEY. thereof. It is administered to all persons sembly, and for the re-organization of a permanent ble. : C '

TERMS this applying at the different military postsin State Government I could not, if I were to attempt it, satisfy -,
Dollars Annum : State, without fee. The taking: of the NINTH. By the operations and results of those who
Two per in Advance. oath does arc not willing to believe it, that
I' N o Subscriptions taken for less than Three months not*of itself, operate as a !pardon the war, slavery has ceased to exist in slavery was never a good, and emancipation t tt
Single: copies five cents. in the cases where the party is excepted from this State. It cannot be revived. Every vo- not an evil. A few men in the South differ t

r i ADVERTISING : general amnesty and needs a special par ter for delegates to the convention, in taking with the whole civilized world upon that

r Two dollars per Square of Ten Xonpariel Lines, or don.FIFTH. the amnesty oath, takes a solemn oath to subject, and 1 suppose that most of that few
occupying the same spa. for first insertion : One That the Judges of Probate: in support the freedom of the former slave. The will go down to their graves sore and complaining -

dollar A liberal for each deduction subsequent made permanent advertisers., the several counties, provided they shall have freedom intended is the full, ample and com- ; but, in the meantime, those who <"

respectfully taken the amnesty oath, or incase plete freedom of a citizen of the United States. realize that a new era has dawned upon us,
JOB PRINTING- of the inability or absence of the Judge This docs not necessarily include the privilege and who take advantage df the present, will

r' I u every?Vlc,neatly and promptly executed. in any county, or his neglect refusal to act, of voting ; but it does include the idea leave far in the background the mourners
-. --- then the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of full constitutional
guarantees of future pos- over the past glory of slavery Texas has today
PRO LA1IATIONOF provided he shall have taken the amnesty: session and quiet enjoyment. The questionof her future destiny in her own hands.- .,

oath, shall distribute the poll-books and appoint his voting is an open question-a proper Let her use power wisely] and she need not
'- for the different election precincts 'in subject for discussion-and is to be decidedas limit her power and influence the futureof

WILLIAM MARVIN their respective counties, three Inspectors or a question of sound policy by the conven- our country ,
Judges of the election, who shall have taken tion to be called. In the effort to aid you in the reorganization !
PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF THE the amnesty oath, to hold said election, who TENTH. Upon the establishment of a republican of the civil government, I shall be guided !
shall conduct the same, as near as may be in form of State government under a and controled by no personal feeling, do

4 WHEREAS, by the Proclamation of Andrew conformity with the laws of this State'as Constitution which guarantees and secures nothing out of malice, and shrink from nothing .
Johnson, President of the United States, da- they existed prior to January 10th. 1861.- liberty to all the inhabitants alike, without from fear of blame. Believing that the I
The Inspectors ot the different precincts shall distinction of color, there will no longer exist experience of the last four
ted 13th of July, A. D., 1865, I have been appointed years has prepared :
Provisional Governor of the State of as soon as possible after the election, countthe any impediment in the way of restoring the the mind of a majority of the people for .
votes and make and sign a certificate of State to its proper constitutional relations to dispassionate thought and enlightened
Florida, with instructions to prescribe, at the judg- 11
the result of the election at said precinct and the government of the United States, where-
such rules and
earliest practicable period, regulations -
one of them to be determined lot if'110t its scrutiny
: as be necessary and for by by people will be entitled to protection by
convening a convention of the people, composed otherwise agreed upon, shall convey and deliver the United States against invasion, insurrec- merit the approbation of those who arc devoted -
of delegates to be chosen by that !thout unnecessary delay, the said tion and domestic violence. to the principles of freedom and equality i,!
portion certifica the poll-book and bah ors the Given Tallahassee Florida this 23rd
to at
of the people who are loyal to the Uni- dayof in government: ; and difficult and delicate {;
led States, and no others; and also, with all Judge of'i: bata of the county, 01'to the August, 1865. a s I know the task assigned me to be, still. .
I Clerk of the Circuit Court whichever of them WILLIAM MARVIN
and to enable with the aid and encouragement of the loyal
the power, necessary proper,
have appointed said The Provisional Governor.
uch people of said State to restore it may men ol Texas, it may successfully be accom
loyal ,
: ;
! its constitutional relation to the Federal Judge or Clerk receiving said certificates, SAMUEL C. DOUGLAS, plished. .
to poll-books and ballots,shall,thereupon, with- Private Secretary. B. '
Government and to present such a republican -
form of as will entitle the out unnecessary delay, call to his assistancetwo August 26th, 1865. Associated labor Instead of the Plnntatntion t
government respectable inhabitants, having the qualification .. 00. System. !
State to the of the United States
therefor, and its people to the protection of the of and voters, and shall with publicly] dbunt We make the following extract from the Before the late revolution, by which the !
votes them the poll- I
the United States against invasion, insurrection books. They compare shall make and sign certificatesof address of Gov. IIamilton of Texas!: delivered Southern States lost their negro property, it
domestic violence. was by many disputed that the true policy of "
and the result of the election in their county, at Galvestion on the 2-jth. of July. :
these States the of
Now therefore I, William Marvin Provisional was fostering manufacturing -
Governor of the State of Florida, as find furnish to each person elected one of said The people of the State arc invited to en- enterprises. Many contended that, cot-
certificates. The Judge or Clerk shall also in the work of reconstructing local ton the basis of all
iforcsaid, do, by virtue of the power in me gage planting being our pros-
vested as aforesaid, proclaim and declare : transmit by mail, pre-paying the postage, for themselves. I come, tendering, I perity, it was cheaper and better to confine
properly enveloped, and addressed to the Provisional in the of the United States for -
FIRST. That an election for delegates to a name amnesty our industry in the main to the production of '
Convention will be held on Tuesday, the 10th Governor, at Tallahassee, one of said the past, security and freedom for the future. I, the raw material, and to leave its manufac- : .
certificates, together with the ballots and Every heart will feel, and every ture well manufactures to ,. ,: ..
which elections directed and poll-books of the several precincts, or he shall candid mind ajlmit that the Government of :' other regions. Many planters did'not even : "" + 'k'I
at arc
precincts convey the said certificate, poll-books and the United States seeks not and has never I
authorized law to held for members of raise a sufficiency of meat and breadstuffs for _
by ballots, properly enveloped and addressed, as sought, to humiliate the people of the SouthIt i their own use, considering cheaper to buy '
the Legislature. the counties of aforesaid, to the nearest military post, and but, asks them to bo friends rather than I them with the proceeds of their cotton. i v.
SECOND. That thirty-nine
deliver the same to the commander to be enemies. This is what call '
shall be authorized and entitled to we plantation system.
'iliis State
Convention forwarded to this office. Conquering the rebellion,the first use it It was founded in error, and we always be- t
elect delegates to the said seve- In counties in which there is neither a makes of the power it possesses is to relieve lieved and contended, because it had the effect :' 1
rally as follows, to wit : Escambia two, Santa qualified Judge of Probate, nor a qualified the people from the legal consequences of of increasing the production of cotton to t ,
Rosa two, Walton two, Calhoun one, Clerk ofthe Circuit Court, or in which they their acts of rebellion and invite them to occupy such an extent as to lessen its price in the I _

Washington one, Jackson three, Gadsden may neglect or refuse to act, the qualified voters by their own act, their former positionin manufacturing markets; and if the price of F .. :
one, Franklin one, Liberty one, are hereby authorized to assemble at the Union. the manufactured cotton fabric was also les- t

three, Madison two, Taylor one, Lafayette the county site, and in Dade county, at In- I shall not waste time or labor in the at- sened by the large production, the benefit en- 1 i :
one, Hamilton two, Suwannee one, Nassau Colum- dian Key, and elect the judges of the election tempt to soothe those whose hearts are sore dured only in small part to the cotton planters, t s t
bia two, Baker one, Bradford one, who shall have taken the amnesty oath, because of extinction of slavery. It died be- because while they raised four-fifths of the i 't

one, St. Johns one, Duval one, Clay one, and who shall hold the election, count the cause it made war upon the Government to commercial cotton of the world, they did not \V \
Putnam one, Alachua two,Marion two,Levy votes, and give to the person elected a certifi- whose protection it owned its power and in- consume one-fifth of the cotton fabrics. ; I
one, Polk one, Orange one, Volusia one, greed on or determined by lot, shall also send which admitted of no conciliation, no con- I prosperity among us of manufacturing en- : i J JI

Brevard one, Sumter one, Monroe: one, and by mail, or convey to the nearest military cession-no truce or neutrality ; its challenge -I terprises, which,if fostered,would have competed i I

Dade one.THIRD. post, as aforesaid, a duplicate certificate of was to mortal; combat, and in the strug- I with those of distant regions, and thus :
Every free white male person of the election and the poll-books and ballots, gle it went down forever. There are those, have cheapened the implements, fabrics and 'i '; V
the age of twenty-one years and upwards, to be forwarded to this office, as aforesaid. I am told, who profess to believe that it is'' materials that the planters had to use. t : t

and wfy) shall be, at the time of offering to No person shall act as an Inspector or I I not yet extinct ; that it still lingers, and by a We were, under this system, opposed to i,. :;i .
vote a citizen: of the United States, and who Judge of the election who shall not have previously I vigorous application of stimulants may be protective tariffs and government bounties; ; ?.
shall have resided and had its home in this taken the amnesty oath, and no other I kept in existence for some years to come ; when our true policy would have been to ; ;m
State for one ytu- next preceding the election oath shall be exacted of said Judges or InsPectors that the proclamation of emancipation was have built up among ourselves the branches :

and for six months in ths county in which I but their personal honor will be I but a military order, which has now spent its of business that received protection and bounty ; t :
he offer to vote, and who shall have taken for the faithful and I the is and never had benefits ;
may ; considered as pledged force since war over, ,and thus to have shared the con ;!
and subscribed the oath of amnesty, asset honest performance of their duties. any effect except where, by the presence of ferred. By doing so we might almost double :: ,
forth in the President 'Proclamation ofAmnesty SIXTH. The commander of the military Union armies, there was physical power to our population, and have so varied our industry i '
of the 29th day of May, 1865, andif department of the State has, in the absenceof enforce it. There could lie no greater delu- as to have made these Southern States r: i

he comes within the exceptions containedin mail facilities, generously ordered the officers sion than this, and the man or men who en- more nearly self-supporting than any other. '
said proclamation, shall have taken saidoath and soldiers under his command to aid courage such opinions, if such they are, could section of the country. \

<<>> and have been specially pardoned by and assist in the distribution of the poll-books not do the citizens of Texas, at this time, a But we dug to the vain delusion that"cot- ; .
the President, shall be entitled to vote in the and this proclamation, and in receiving the greater dis-service. If the rebellion is con- ton was king," and it is too late now to be- i
<e eligibleas returns of the election and forwarding them quered, slavery is dead-one is as much of a wail the errors of the past. Can we so shapeour a : .

a member of said Convention, and none to this office.SEVENTH. fact as the other. policy in the future as to attain, under : :
others. Where the person offering to vote That the delegates, who shall The negroes: are not only free, but I beg to the free labor system, what we could certainly : w

comes: within the exceptions contained in the be elected as aforesaid, shall assemble in Con- assure my fellows citizens that the Government have attained under a system of mixed free

.amnesty proclamation: and shall have taken vention, at the City of TALLAHASSEE, at will protect them in their freedom. I and slave labor ? We believe that, we may, a
the amnesty oath, and ,shall have made application twelve o'clock, on WEDNESDAY, the 25th For the time being the freedmen are rec- and we think that if the attempt is made .
to the President for a special parDon I day of OCTOBER, A. D. 1865, and elect a commended to engage with their former mas- and prosecuted with energy, our recupera- x
<< through the Provisional Governor, and President and other necessary officers, and ters for reasonable compensation, to labor at tion from present prostration will be so rapidas
hall have been recommended by him for such proceed to discharge of their duties. The ]least till the close of the season for gathering. to astonish the world.Atlanta Intdligenoer. --

pardon, the Inspectors or Judges of the election Convention will be the judge of the electionof the present crop. For them, generally, to do _

t may,in most instances,properly presume. their respective members. otherwise, would be greatly to the injury of -,-- .- ,
that such pardon has been granted, though, The commander! of the military depart- themselves and. the community at large. But. LOST HER "DiAMENT."-The Albany Evening '"

owing to the want of mail facilities, it may ment of the State has issued a general order let it be understood that combinations among Journal says that the shoddy aristoracy, \.
not have been received by the party at the directing that a United States transport those interested in securing their labor to prevent at Saratoga have great difficulty in wearing
time of the election. steamerl:Ihall. leave Key West on Wednesday them from hiring to persons who will their unusual advancements. One unfortu-

Free white soldiers, seamen and marines, the 18th of October, and touch at Tampa, pay the best price- for such labor, and to ostracise 1 nate dunce of oleaginous development actually ;
in the army or navy 10f the United States, Manatee and Cedar Keys, on her way to St. in society those who oppose such com- went through the mart dons of dressing : -l Y. ,
who were qualified, by their residence, to :Marks ; and that another steamer shall leave binations, will meet no favor at.the hands of. fifteen times before supper on Tuesday. A --

vote in said State, at the time of their respective Pcnsacola, on Saturday, the 21st, bound for the people or Government of the Unite young damsel at table in one of the big hotels :
enlistments, and who shall have taken the s1 time touching at Apalachicola;and States. And candor compels me to say to the yesterday astonished the crowd by.excaIll! : ; :
and subscribed'the amnesty oath, shall be I another -POl'ti leave Enterprise, on the St. people of Texas that if in the action of the ing, "Lor7, mar, I've- dropped my diament into j ;

entitled to vote in :the county where they Johns river, on Friday the 20th, bound to proposed convention the negro is character- the gravy !I" A vigorous search for: the 1. E. 1
respectively reside. But no' soldier, seaman Jacksonville, touching at the different points ized or treated as less than a freeman, our lost jewel-a stomacher pIn-was made J.n. -':< ;j I .

liT marine, not a resident in the State,.at- file .o[ a'the river ; and another shall leave Fern- Senators and Representatives will seek, in the kitchen refuse, but unsuccessfully. It is "4 :1 -,
lime .shall be allowed to the 20th and St. August admission' : to the Halls of Congress. It and withinPoodles' i ;
of his enlistment, ii (Nina: on Friday, ga solemn only worth $1,200, papa comes I"! i t
vote. :tus0riville'1e, 01\\ Saturday, the 21st, bound to Jack- Is indeed strange that men should take a definition of a gentleman. "IIe. '3 '
FOTIITII. The amnesty oath may; be taken .. These steamers will convey the oath to faithfully to abide by and support don't care a darn." .';1.1; t.-
commissionedofficer of for all laws and proclamations which have been .,.., ,...t._ -i<
md subscribed before any f[,delegates elected, free charge, except ,' 'R" :
-civil, military, or,naval-in5 the fcervice -. theifto.gng) and meals. made during the existing rebellion with reference ..,*- : : s ;
gancivil or mlhtary -,I" the emancipation of slaves, and in JOB PRINTING : _
m to
cf the United States or ,IIQJlTII.iConshtutlOn; republican ,. ,.,".if t -" 1 i", 1
officer of loyal f Sta'ter-Territory,who amended, the next breath1'favor gradual eDlancipation.It EXECUTED THtf OFFICE' t:
a AT .
t form, having been made, altered.or and the of duty NEATLY -,; <
adminoaths. part
of wisdom
h.y the laws thereof qualified to the is the part .> -" :
,f'" and adapted to the new order of things, ,
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beg your pardon, we cannot sliip i our cotton MAIL ARRANGEMENTS, FOR,? FLORIDA. ---i;,.LATE" t NORTHERN NEWN. ..

: TILhr Jhwifin (lnhm.j: j to you according'to agreement, we have to POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, )} [Washington Correspondence of the K.Y. Hcrald.J]

ship it to Marshal Remington, or have itseized. 'Y WASHINGTON, Aug. 1st, 1865. j" Policy of the PardonH.President in Granting

.. .. ....- .._--.,..._._._,.: .:::: ."- SIR:-I will be preprared to put'the mails: WASHINGTON :
Aug. 186
the railroads in Florida, as soon as you'certify ; 0.
j JACKSONVILLE, SEPT- 2, 1865. Now in the name of all the gods'at once, upon roads in condition' ;The Presidents door was thrown open at
I ___ ___ ._. _.__ what to me what are a the usual hour to-day,and the room was
after another will be in soon
1 -' and the devils one upon to convey them, and that they filled with a motley crowd of both

4 PROCLAMATION BY GOV. MAUVIX. meats does this, our :Marshal feed that be has charge of reliable and proper persons. I usual, two-thirds of those sexes. As

,i i' At length we have' 'the'anxiously expected grown so great ? Why, he bestrides the have, therefore,fixed upon the following compensation pardons for themselves or friends present; but desired the

r of Gov. :Marvin in which for the service : of
proclamation he State of Florida with sOluething11lO1'e than mile beating the President towards such applicants -
'' Fernandina to Keys, per
has designated the 10th of October as a day unoffending has been noticeably changed of hi te.-
colossal and innocent -
steps, quiet, per annum. His sense justice revolts at the bare idea
for holding an election of delegates to a Con- people have to creep and skulk about St.arks to Tallahasse, 30 per mile per bribery and corruption being instrumental of in

vention to be held at Tallahassee on the 25th and hide their property" to keep it from being annum. obtaining the pardon of any one. The Her
,, of October, for the purposes therein set forth. seized by'this: packer of Confederate beef, Jacksonville to Lake City, $50 per per aId's exposure of an instance last week in

A clear concise and carefully] worded docu- annum. which five hundred dollars, paid to lIon.
and issuer of Confederate shinplasters.On Lake City to Tallahassee, $50 per mile per Thomas Corwin! secured what the applicant

+ ment. Let the press use every endeavor to behalf of the business men of Jacksonville annum. -- seemed otherwise unable to obtain, .
scatter it broad cast throughout the entire The mails to be conveyed daily, and as to have first called his attention to the appear
and the loyal and law abiding peo- sub-
; often as the cars may run, to be in a safe andconvenient and aroused his
State ject
and let every man consider himself a suspicions. He is now
ple of the State, we demand of the :authorities place, with sufficient room and determined to exercise the

committee specially appointed to hand a copy at Washington that :Marshal Remington fixtures to enable the route agents to makeup in the matter, and to give greatest each individualcase caution
))1 to his neighbor,so that every voter in Florida and deliver the same on the line of the his undivided
and personal
be removed, and an honest!: competent attention. His
shall have, had time, previous to the election, man appointed to that office, who will perform road, and subject to. the existing regulationsof first step, therefore,was to suspend action in

to carefully examine the same, and candidly this Department.If the Attorney General's office upon all applications -
legitimate duties appertaining thereto bids be submitted to the Department for until
weigh and determine, in his own mind, his for the transportation of mails be- pardon some disposition'has
in a proper manner. been made of those already accunllllate1.N .-
condition and circumstances, socially, morally -- ._--- .. tween county scats in Florida, and the near- () more requisitions are to be made on the

and politically, to the end that he may Our neighbor of the Herald is disposed to est points on railroads, on which mail serviceis State Department for pardon until further or-
in operation, orders will be issued authori-
thoroughly comprehend his duties and responsibilities be facetious at our expense. We confess to clers. '
mail to county
zing temporary The President is
I to his God, to his country, tot not a little surprise at the sudden change of seats without any unnecessary delay. vere in his remarks to those who approached been se-

himself and his posterity, and last, but not "proprietorship and editor" of that paper,but Very respectfully, him on the subject of pardons to-day. One-

least, to his own dear State of Florida. cannot own up to more than a reasonable amount Your obedient servant, old gentleman had a letter in his possession

The issues to be determined, the questions of suspicion, of what is so TerN mysterious Post W. :Master DENNISON General, .. stating that his pardon could be obtained for
e nine hundred dollars. ThePresident desiredto
to be settled, by the representatives of the especially as the editor announces him lion. 'Vn.LLIAHVIX, know who offered to obtain it for that sum.

1 people in this convention, are most momentous self as the f fountain of"earnest thought" and Provisional Governor of Florida, He wanted above all things to ascertain who

and will go far to establish the fact as to the oracle of "sterling political wisdom.'Ve ."- Femandina mail service", in- I the men were that accepted bribes. He said
N. B.
By "temporary he had been notified that unfair
j r whether Florida shall take her place as a humbly beg leave to cordially congratuour tended service to December 31 next,previousto influences were used to obtain and pardons dishonest -

bright particular star in the galaxy of the co-temporary audt in common with which time, all the routes in the State will : but he desired specific information instead of;

the people of the State to facilitate ourself be advertised for reletting from January 1st, and declared
Union, the proudest 1)eeramonb them all, and generalities, that his office was

her people placed on the immediate high roadto that "what Florida needs" is to be so speedily I860. the pardon office, and that the AttorneyGeneral's I
I office had little to do with it. The
peace,;prosperitrand happiness,or whetherby and fully supplied. On the whole, neigh TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 25,18G5. newspapers might assert that two hundred i

the wilful and wicked, and, we might add bor "umbra" we like your style, and bid you I will receive and forward proposals for were pardoned daily because that number of

cowardly neglect of her people,in refusing to good speed. carrying the mails: from points on the railroads ,requisitions passed through the Attorney'
to seats and forward recommendations -
county General's office but he
the fact
-- +------- ; to be
co-operate with the Governor, as the representative of who have not encouraged -
Public : persons known that he
Mccliiij Alnclma County. investigated each case himself -
of the General Government; in hisefl'0l1s aided or abetted the rebellion, to be and
WALDO only granted such
FLA., Aug. 20th 1805.; Postmistresses petitions as recommended -
to "restore the State to its proper constitutional In accordance with : appointed Deputy Post-masters or themselves to his clemency.-
previous notice; the at the county seats or such proposalsand
Some of those
present asked for permision to
relations to the Government of the
citizens of this of Alacluw recommendations be forwarded di-
portion county may call again for a further consideration of their
United States Florida shall be suffered to rect to the Post Master General.
this day held a meeting at Waldo for the cases. The President significantly] replied-

t relapse into the condition of a territory, witha purpose of giving expression to their sentiments WM. MARVIN; Provisional Governor. HIt would be some time before many more('
August 20 1805.llafos .
temporary government, very likely a military on the condition of the country.On pardons were granted." This would

and -- -.- + 4- ---- dispose of the project of organizing a separate
one, people made to endure and
+ I motion, Rev. E. L. King, was called to pardon bureau.

V suffer all the vexations, annoyances, and all I I"j the Chair, and ]1. Haynes requested to act us of onu'stlc.nnd Foreign Postage. REDUCTION OF THE :NAVAL FORCES.

,I the confusion incident to a community with- : Secretary. For the information of the public we publish -
The Naval Department continues to discharge -
out law and without order. The condition I
The Chairman the schedule of rates of for
explained object of the a postage papers officers and seamen and expects to

01, of the delegates to be elected to this Convention meeting in a concise, appropriate and eloquent and letters to all important points abroad, reduce the entire naval force to ten thousand ,

,f, ,and the questions that they will be called manner. and .domestic postage. A careful observance men within a short time. Two hundred

3TF upon to decide will be, to a certain extent '; paymasters in that branch of the service will
1k On motion, the Chair, appointed a commit- of this schedule by business men will be
discharged this week. A order
; novel and without precedent. History fur tee consisting of the following gentlemen to save a, great deal of trouble to our PostofficeI the department provides for the immediate pf

nishes no parallels by which they may be draft a preamble: and resolutions expressiveof I clerks, and, perhaps, a great deal of troubleand discharge of all seamen in the Mississippi i
the sense and object of the J. :M.:
guided. They will have to make the law' : squadron who have less than two to
\ Sparkman, Gen. Elias Earle, Col. E. Lewis, I : expense to letter writers : years
I serve, and all in the Atlantic who
rind establish the precedent for future squadron ;
genera- Dr. V. II. Shelton and Saml. J. Kennard.
The postage to all points in the United have less than eighteen months unexpired ser-
tions of this country, or for the people of some The committee retired and prepared the J J I States is three cents per half ounce ; prepayment vice. '
other who be alike unfortunately following preamble and resolutions, which,
country, may is required on all ]letters except duly _
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] situated,with themselves, should there ever after being presented to the meeting, were certified soldier's :sailors' letters, and to the Trial -- -
unanimously adopted : Heads of Bureaus or Chief Clerks of each Ex- ofWirz.
,i be such, which heaven forbid. WUEUEAS, We, a portion of the people of ecutive Department at 'Yasliington.TI Proceedings were commenced by :a military -

\ The violent and total disruption of the existing Alachua county, Fla., for the purpose of Newspapers, two cents per rate court in Washington yesterday the trial
; giving expression to our loyalty to the of Captain Henry AVirz the of the Andersonville
:relations between capital and labor, or of four ounces, or fraction thereof ; prepay-- keeper -
General Government, and urging to facili- rebel
prison in which
I S between the capitalist] and laborer riseto ment required. pen, many
gives tate, as far as practicable, our transition thousands of national soldiers suffered
Books, four cents per rate of four ounces, unpre-
questions as perplexing as they arc novel, from military to civil lawand believing that or fraction thereof; prepayment required. cedented hardships and cruelties. General

t and are almost sufficient to appal the stoutest such measure would tend very materiallyto Unsealed Circulars::;-To one address two Lewis Wallace is President of the court, and

; heart. They imperatively demand the earnest the prosperity of our unfortunate coun- cents for each three, or part of three ; prepay- Colonel Chipman is the Judge Advocate.
try ; therefore be it After some conversation between members
ment required.
.. consideration the wisest statesmanship ll&ohnl, That we do solemnly declare that, I On Regular Papers, live cents quarterof of the court and the prisoner's counsel, Wirx
the most enlightened philanthropy, and the in our opinion, the people of this portion of thirteen weeks, which must be paid in ad- was arraigned, and the charges and specifications -

i \ most unbounded patriotism. the State are prepared for such a change,and vance, before any papers can be delivered. preferred against him were read. These
J \:0- do most earnestly solicit the Governor to ) accuse him, together with Robert E. Lee the
See to it fellow-citizens, that you are fitly] On all domestic letters not prepaid, at
call a Convention of the people of the Stateat least one rate and all Foreign Letters where rebel general; James A. Seddon, rebel Wai-
represented in that convention. the earliest practicable date. ; :! L.
E N'., ", J prepayment is required are bent at once to Secretary; D. Northrop, rebel Commissa.-;
Already. we hear the confused' muttcrin bI s Resolved, That we recommend to the people J the Dead Letter Office as umnailuble, where ry of Subsistence, and others, of conspiring

1 t I' of babel tongues that admonish us that some of the State, !in every county,_ to l hold]public they are opened, and, important, are returned to injure the health and destrov the lives 6V
: meetings, and thereby fully advise His Excellent' '. to the writer. Union soldiers, and with murder, in viola
t'f, of our sister States may become engulfed in a Gov. Marvin of the true condition of
j Drop Letters, two cents if prepaid. All not tion of the laws and customs of war, and the
whirlpool from which extrication will be the country, believing that he is anxious to 'j called for in one week are sent to the Dead most cruel practices, such as purposely star-

-; k neither certain nor speedy. Let us be wise see the State again clad in her civil garb, and Letter Office as unmailable letters. ving his prisoners,vaccinating them with impure -
1 t \ prepared for her mission of prosperity.Jtesolved I matter giving them rotten food to eat;
in time, lest after the Convention shall have :: British North American Provinces, except ,
That a copy of the foregoing pre- and hunting with bloodhounds those of them
Canada and New Brunswick not
done its work and the I exceeding
i Legislature shall have amble and resolutions be forwarded to His
I! 3,000nliles, each rate . . . . . who sought in flight to escape from this horrid -.
t .been convened, and Senators and Representatives Excellency, Gov. Marvin, and to the New Era, I r .... .. .... .... .. .... .... .. .. .... .. cents... *10 pesthole of suffering and death.
elected to and Florida Union, for publication. : Exceeding 3000 miles. .. ... .. .. .. .... .... .. ...!*15 On the conclusion of the there
arc Congress,those worthies E. L. KING, Chairmmn. Canada .... .. .. .. ... .. ..... .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .*10 reading was
I shall find themselves knocking in vain for ad- \ Now Brunswick... .. .. .. ... .. ..... .. .... ..*10 a colloquy of considerable length between '
HAYNES, Secretary. New Foundland.... .... .. ... .. . .. .. ...... .... ..10 the Judge Advocate and the counsel for the _
mission to a seat at the family board. :Nassau, N. P.... .. .. .. .... ...... ... .... .. ........ 5 prisoner, the latter filing several pleas inclu-
1j .,,t s .--... JOHN SURRATT.-The Montreal Witness of I Dahainas .. . .. .. .. ., . .. .. .. .... .... .... .5 ,
4 Costa Rica .. .. .. .... .. .. . .. .. ... ... ... .10 ding a denial of the jurisdiction of the court,
THE U. S. MARSIIAI CASE FOR IMMEDIATE Friday, in alluding to the supposition that Cuba .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .... .. .... .. .... .. ....10Matamoras and claims that the case is not brought by
INVESTIGATION. the man recently brought to Washington Mexico .... ... .... .. .... .. .... .. ..10 competent authority, and that the accused'
Since & Co's. raid the rail- from the West, in irons, was Surrat, says ; Yucatan and Pacific Coast, Mexico,.. . .... .. ..10 should not be held he
longer is
Remington imp as a paroled
There is occasion for Mexico (places not excepted above).. .. .. .. .... ....34
r6ad to Tallahassee some six weeks resulting no our entertaining any Australia .. .. .... .. .. .. .... ..:... .... ... ....45 prisoner under the terms of Joe JohnsonV
ago, belief of this kind, inasmuch as he Surratt, is Buenos Ayres: .. .... .. .. . ... ...... ...... ....45 surrender to General Sherman.
- in an indiscriminate seizure of whatever in the Queen's dominions. Canary Islands.. .. .. .. ..... ... .... .... .... .45 Without to take testimony
A who arrived here from Montreal Central America, Pacific slope.... .... .... .... ....10
; gentleman '
they could lay their hands on; exactly China. ..... .... .. .. ,. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... ....45 or proceeding further in the matter, an adjournment -
what then surmised, has taken place. last week informs us that it is the gen- East Indies.... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .... .. ....68 and 72 of the court till today took place.
we eral belief in that city that Surrat has been Egypt,: ... ...... .. .. .. . ., . .. .. ..... ... .... 45 [New York Herald 22rf ult.
f l f .Joseph Remington, ex-Confederate Packer there for several weeks, concealed by friends. Great Britain... ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .... .*24 ,
i of Beef and Pork, at present U. S. Marshal\ There is considerable feeling among the for the first rate ; 48 cents for the second I _- .
rate : and all above is rated at ounce rates, joi
for the "Northern District of Florida,"*and Catholic portion of the community in regardto charging two rates for every ounce or frac- I i A correspondent of the Louisville Journal
the execution of Mrs. Surrat, and the boast tional part after tho first ounce. Transient i writing from Lexington, K)"., says that the
; "Forwarding and Commission 1Ierchant'for has been openly made that the Federals could : papers two cents per four ounces, being negro he
1 //i the shipment of cotton, enjoys pretty never be able to retake the son from Cana- France, and the letters U. S. Postage going via only.,per quarter ounce....*15 colore people who daily leave here seems

much a monopoly of the latter business.' dian soil. There is no doubt, however, that German States, rated by English standard, per to be fully as large as it was two weeks ago.
the Canadian authorities would promptly closed mall.... .. .... .. .... .. .... ...... ......*30 Early in the morning, on every roadleadingtothe :
;i c Respectable merchants in Jacksonville, en- surrender him if he was found and arrested, German States, via Hamburg..or. .. Bremin. rated city, ne roes, male and female, stout, :.
of and '. as American postage. .. ...... .. ..M. ..*15
: gaged in the shipment cotton, doing entertaining, as they do,an abhorrence sec- Spain..... ........... .... .... .. .... .... .. ........21 feeble and crippled, old, middle-aged and
r3 f a legitimate business, have informed us that ond only to our own for the conspirators.We Sweden..... .... .......MM. .. .. .... .... ...... .....*40 pickaninnies, can be seen hurrying to the

J after they had made arrangements with par- trust that the Government will make To }places marked with a star (*), prepay- Provost Marshal's office, to get magic papers ;
every,effort in its power to ascertain the ment is optional, in all other cases full pre- which takes them from under the control oftheir

ties in the interior for receiving and shipping whereabouts of Surrat, and secure his person. payment is required, and part payment,, incases former owners, and places them at liberty ,

their cotton, they had subsequently come to Justice demands that not one of the assassins where optional, is lost to the sender, asa I to wander at will in search of employ- "..
York Commercial bttcr is wholly paid or unpaid. and the of freedom. .
them and said substantially : "We have to escapc.-Neto August ment blessings :

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pIED, on the \li\\ inst.., near White Springs' Ha., WHAT SOUTH ,


&b Spencer, aged eight months and seventeen days. Carolina CaroUnian'est.in1ntes the loss of South SUBSCRIBERS DESIRING .
5ir by the
war at THE
$700,000,000. The the DRY GOODS STORE.FURNITURE :
loss to the whole within nexi sixty days, offer for sale ,
of .
--- the Canfederate States their entire stock at the very LOWEST CASH PBICES. .
The steamer Helen Getty arrived here Wed- can hardly be much less than $10,000,000,000 This stock embraces the best assortment of :Merchandize
including in the Market, consisting of-
UcI day evening, bringing the following passengers 000 for negro property of or more than $1- Ladies and Gent's Shoes, Boots, Shirts, Stationery, R
one the
I and freight: every white population. Playing Cards, Cloths, Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder
Straps for the Army and Navy, Hardware," Tmwaie, j &c. &{'. .. .
PASSENGERS : TIle ltlnrJietll.: Crockery, Cigars, Tobacco, Butter, Cheese, Stoves,
Stove Pipe, Canned Goods, Safes,Yankee Notions, Soda ,
)1. B. Gerry, J. O. A. Gerry, R. Hazzard, NEW YOKE Water Appartus for bottling purposes, Business + ,
Ellis C. S. Lessie August 12th. Wagons-new and second hand Stock ', .
C. C. Harvey, Howe, T. E.Buckuian Gold. Photographic ,
Mrs. C. Henderson G. a 144BUEADSTUli'FS. Amdrotype Cases, Fish Hooks and Lines, &c., &c. ."i'A -
Joseph, We desire to call your attention to the above : hav- < '(: .
James llugs'ms, B. Merrill, .T. T. Howard, J. ing determined to retire from business in the Southwe "J":'. ;<",

p Young, McDonald, Mrs. Higgins, and Superfine Extra State and western flour.... .. .'$5 40 a 7 00.725a745 are prepared to sacrifice upon our stock, and feel ':' ,', ; ?, 'r"-i',
State. ..
confident that the inducements offer must give tho
H. O. S. N. Freeman we
child Choice
.. Public satisfaction Sutlers invited to
7 50 a 7 65 are particularly .
.t C. Holmes, T. S. Foster, A. Mode, II. Common to medium extra Western .Y..Y.V? 30 a 7 90 examine our stock.N. CHARLES SLACER :

Cook and C deck. Extra round hoop Ohio .. ...... .. .. .. ....860a 9 00 B.-All persons indebted to us arc respectfully in- "
" Western trade brands... .... .. ........ ....910 al0 90 formed that an immediate settlement must be made.C. 4 ;
CONSIGNEES Common Southern.. ........ ...... ...L..8 90a 1 00 W. DENNIS, & CO. r
Paucy and extra do. ,... .1010al375 No 4. Merchants Row,
C. i
Adams Express, Imager & Co., Jackson Common Canadian...... ... ....'" .. ...7 30a 775 Hilton Head, S. C. Bay Street Jacksonville
A: Warrock, J. T. Howard,R. Sainmis & Co., Good to choice and extra. .. .....,,.....Vmeal /. ..780 al0 75 and No. 4. Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. Fla.,
Ittras & Cookman, W. M. Drew, Capt. Freeman Rye flour (superfine)... ... .. .. .. .. .550 a 610 Aug. I*?,-tf.
and lIon. Frank S. Corn Jersey.... .. .. .... .. ..4 90 a 5 nn ----- ,--- -- -- '-, ------ *. !
Perry. Corn weal, Brandy wine... .... ,>
.... .... ....515 aCorn JOHN .TONES, 'IIAS.J ""
meal, Brandwine UST RECEIVED
--- ---- -. 00 a
LOTTOS?-The market was fairly active, and prices WHOLESALE RETAIL DRUGGIST 4
RIOT AT GREENWICH. COXX. for all dcSlItlon3' thl'uSfc not materially
were rather more steady 'i-
particularly the inferior
i Nero "SlurryIng Irish Girl the common grades. The and A LARGE AND
Cause. 'V quote : sale comprised 2500: bal s."e .- Would call the attention of dealers and consumersto COMPLETE STOCK UF'a
his and select assortment of Patent
We copy from the New York Times the I i rpland. Plon' a. Pubiilc..V 0 C-: T. large Drugsj
( Medicines Articles Paints Oils Window Glass
Fancy ,
., Ordinary.... .. ,... ....37 b8 38 :9:!
following : 1\Iiddling...... ... ....45 45 4G 46 Stationary, &c., &c., among which may be found : DRY

A returned soldier was killed at Green Good middling, .._. ..48 48 49 50 Sulphate Quinine Castor, Oil, GOODS, CLOTHING" i- .*ts.

. tl'icli.Conn.., on Saturday night, while heading WIIISI FOR ----- Cream Tartar, !&*
a riotous crowd of young fellows who SALE. Calomel, -
had undertaken to inflict summary punish- B I' ORDER OF THE COMMISSARY GENERAL OF Blue Mass, HATS ; i,
Subsistence, will be offered at public sale, at the Sulphur, : :
ment upon a negro who was living near that Depot Commissary at Jacksonville, on Monday the Magnesia, &c BOOTSSHOES

town,very peaceably, and minding his own 11th of September 1865, 18 bbls. of Whisky of the PATENT MEDICINES.Towusend's & :
.business. His offence, as they deemed it quality marked Diamond "B.'' Sale to commence at Sarsaparilla, : ,
12 Sarsaparilla,
o'clock)1. Ayer's '
cash on delivery.
svgs in having a white wife, an Irish girl Pectoral
C. K. LEIBY, Capt. & C. S. Ayer's Cherry ,
who voluntarily married him,and with whomhe Sept. 2-2t. Ayer's Ague Cure, "
had lived for a considerable period. This I ,- .
Pain Killer i
Davis' ,
was thought by worthyof Radway's Remedies,
mob justice, and, after fortifying with the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CO PART. Fahnestock's Yermifu gc,
has this day been formed by the un Norm Candy, ,
liquor they undertook to drag forth TERMS AS WERE
requisite ,
dersigned, for the transaction of a general Mercantileand South American Fever and Anglic Remedy
the parti-colored partners. But a little accident Commission Business, which will be conducted Brown's Ess. Ginger,
interfered ; a wide-awake old negro woman under the name and style of Savage{ & Haile.GEORGE Winslow's Soothing Syrup,

: who was not afraid to defend her house, SAVAGE. llyatt's Life Balsam, EVER OFFERED
nor even afraid of handling a gun, confronted Gainesville, Fla.. September 2GtWANTED Mustang Liniment,

the mob at the door and advised them to ._-, Roger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar,

desist at the same time firing over their McMunn'a\ Elixer,
about fifteen to PERSON WITH NECESSARY MEANS\ TO JOIN British Oil, .
heal ;. They were only one A
:: Bateman's &c. &c.
with the owner of a large tract of fine and abundant -l Drops, At Wholesale & Retail. "
and, after.a little scare, they concluded to go pine timber oh the Satilla River, Georgia, in erec- ,, Photograph Albums,

on with their job. So they threw stones at ting a Steam Saw Mill, and carrying on the Milling and Backgammon Boards, .",,' : .
the house, and made various attempts to getin. Lumber business. The point proposed is in the midst Blank Books, 1" 'r, .
of a good farming country-and the River and Bar are Wallets, .r.
black at last fired directly r :
The woman of sufficient 1. ,!.t.t.
depth to admit vessels drawing fourteen Mirrors,
into the crowd, shooting the ringleader feet of crater. Hair, Tooth, Cloth, Shavingand PRINTS. ,i'f< :

through! the brain. He died immediately, For particulars apply toIL Whisk Brushes, &c., &.' ''f" ;,

and his brave companions retired, giving up 2 F. FLOYD, Jacksonvillee, Fla. PERFUMERY, ETC. Lawns, latest styles, : ,; : ; ".
Sept. -1m Lubin's Extracts
the job as a bad speculation. The negroes Night Blooming Cereus, I,. .,

were taken into custody without resistance, Practice of Medicine and Surjjery. Fancy Extracts, Organdies, ,, f. :,: .j

and all parties were examined by the Coron- EMILE T. SABAL RESPECTFULLY TENDERS Colognes, ;! :" ,f
DR. Hair Oils Scaps,
professional services to the citizens of Jacksonville ,
Robes s
er's Organdie
Jury.The :
and vicinity.Office Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, '"
was plain it would seem the jury Aiabrosia Kendall's Amboline, &c.,&c.
case ,
; and rooms (for the present) at A. A Canova's Sterling's ..: j' : '". ..
fouled a verdict justifiable homicide, and residence, corner Hay: and Washington streets, wherehe CANDIES. i
ordered( the discharge of the prisoners, but may be found at all times, except when professionally Gum Drops, Sugar Drops and, Lozenges Burnt, &c.Almonds, &c. Peppermint I Ginghams.Jaconets. .<' tt tf

not the retention of the young fellows who Sept.engaged.2-3m. .. STATIONERY.Letter f

testified that they were of the party, and ':.' .' i
Note and Foolscap Paper,
went on purpose to play the mischief with the A PRIVATE SCHOOL.; .. White and Yellow Envelopes, t'

darkies. All was now over, but there seems Pens, Ink and Inkstands,Playing Cards: &c. Mezamhiques.Bareges .;
private School will be opened at the Odd Fellow's : '
to have been an amusing: episode: in the formof A Hall on Monday September 4th. \ CUTLERY .' ,

a volunteer address to the chief negro by Advanced pupils will receive a very thorough course Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, ant Scissors. 1 '
I of instructions in Belle Leltres. all kinds. ,
one of'the juror?, speaking, of course, I I
Lessons in Music given at the homes of the ,
himself The of his address Anderson's Solace and Amulet,
spirit was Navy
only. or at the School. For terms
the Hall
apply at or at
this : You have done just right ; the law is :\ Shadd's residence. Killickiuick, Shanghai,bacco.and Anderson's Smoking To- A Complete Stock of Mourning Goods,

Oil your side ; we must all justify and protectyou Sept. 2-tf. Cigars of the best brands.

: there is nothing we can get hold of a- PIPES. GLOVES.
:trainst you, but, if 1 were you 1 would leave Mcrschaum, ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.OFFICE Imitation Mcrschaum[ Gents'. and Misses best silk and Lisle.
here of have a right to remain
course &c.
; you Bricrwood, Rosewood,Applewood, Clay,
hut you arc unpleasant, and our feelings IN Q. M.ROOM, iu the LATELY Sanmris OCCUPIED Block. BY THE Diamond and Safely Matches. .

ought to take precedence of your legal right ; Sept. 2-tf LIQUORS, SYRUPS, ETC. HANDKERCHIEFS. I

in fact, you have no Tight to be a negro, or Brandy, -, t iAn f

t'!ls.e your wife has no right to be a white wo- WM. J;. JACKSON.: L. WARROCK. I Sherry Wine, assortment of Ladies, Gents', and Misses. '

man-or the other way-or, or-well, at any JACKSON cV WARROCK:, Port Wine,

rate, I should prefer that, since you are a nuiance Holland Gin, HCSIERY. ,
you should get out ; you may go where Blackberry Brandy,

you please, of course ; and if any otlnpp neigh- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CONSIGNMENTS Lemon Syrup, White, Black, and colored Straw i .#
;orhood to why keep going-in 0- Vanilla Syrup, = >.- t VJ
objects you, ,
SOLICITED. I. Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup. .
:vhon, a nigger has no right to a home any- Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandize HATS AND BONNETS, J :
where if his white fellow-citizens don't liketo and Cotton. i PAINTS, OILS, ETC.

have him I know: this is all in : Aug. 15: -tf. White Lead,
._ of:Misses and Hats!.
A Boys
---- ---- Chrome Green, complete variety >
-- -- ---- -- --
i he face of law;and j ustice, and humanity ; ---- --- ----- --- Chrome Yellow,

hut-that's my opinion, and you get it (in JUST RECEIVED, Prussian Blue,

nnccticut, too) without charge. A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of Red Linseed and Black Oil Paints, Benzine., I BONNET AND BELT RIBBONS UI'' .

------- -+-- ---- Dry Goods, Plaster Paris, Whiting, &c., kc. : "5
Groceries. Shades ALL KINDS. :
lh"\CTUnED i Window
1 lA.ti 'IcE., -It was published Liquid Blue, I Ii i
last winter that a Captain Girarde, of Augus- Hardware, Petroleum,
which Stationery, Water, Umbrellas and Parasols. : : .
a, Georgia, had invented an engine by Roots and Shoes, Congress n
he manufacture ice of the finest '
rapidly de., & : Citrate of Magnesia A large and well selected stock of
quality. The Louisville Journal laughed a At Wholesale and Retail. Extract for making Root Beer, &c., &c.,

little at the idea. A distinguished Kentuckian JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO., June 10-tfSTEAM i
from called on us yesterday I Boots an(1 Shoes a
,just: Augusta, Forwarding and Commission Merchant. ,

with a pleasant message to the Journal Jacksonville, Fla., GRIST DULL FOR SALE.

from Captain Girarde and confirmed all the lei Expected Boon to arrive from New York, a ful THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT PRIVATE SALE For Ladies and Gents'., Misses, Boys and'
'latter has published. The Kentucky gentle- Steam Grist Mill of ten horse power in complete
establishment cargo of Goods. J. S. S k CO. running order, situate in Lake City. It can be seen
man visited Captain Girarde's July 22.-tf.BOOKS. running every Friday and Saturday.D. Children's Wear. ;:
where he saw a small engine, about six feet L. PARKER.

long t turn out in ten minutes a solid cylinder AND STATIONERY. N. B. If not sold before, it will be offered at public
of f ice of twenty or twenty-four inches in sale on Friday, September 22. D. L P. Ready-made Clothing, "
C. DREW 19-
August pWHITE
to twenty-four inircumierence ,
length, and from eighteen
f' -as transparent as* the finest OVER SAMM1 's STOKK, JACKSONVILLE, Of great variety and of fine quality, ,

ice from the Northern lakes. The inventor HAS OPENED, IN PART, HIS STOCK OF BOOKS SPRINGS HOTEL.
STATIONERY, and now offers the same for I
is offered at lowest
now supplies the city of Augusta with the sale. August 25-3t HAMILTON COUNTY, FLA. All of which the?' price* ,

cool and cooling article, and he says that undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to for Cash. r

when he shall get his establishment into full LAND AGENCY.A. THE public that he is prepared to accommodatethose, .!
operation the scale he contemplates, he seeking a healthful and pleasant situation. c. !

will be able upon to furnish ice at one cent per H. McCORMICK, the Our country tables will are afford.furnished with the best the market of CROCKERY, WOODEN AND WILLOW WAnt .;.}/ :

pound. So now, as far as ice is concerned, FOR THE SALE, PURCHASE Ho has comfortable hacks running in connectionwith .. ,. ...-

the Northern lakes may "dry up," if they AGENT of Lands in Florida. every train, between this place and the Railroad Dishes, .>,' i.}"f'; ,,d} i, "'
South she' depot, at Welborn. ,'
Jike. that I
We congratulate the Address : Jacksonville, Fla. W. A. TURNER, Proprietor. :,.:J. <, :r
4 fan hereafter grow her own ice. That's an 26 Snip July '. '.,.' _:'' '' ? J
August ; Plates, '
undoubted 1Q r ,f ,
independence that she has an ,

right to assert.Louisville Journal. NOTICE. LIME, LIME, LIME 11' 'of
and Saucers ,
Sale in quantities to suit .. Cups : :
This is of Saxe's latest epigrams : SIX Acting Judge of Probate for Duval county for Letters H. T. IOT. Buckets Tubs '-
Fernandina Fla., April 20,1865. ,
of Administration upon the Estate of J. Belknap i
'Saratoga and Newport,- ou've seen 'em," deceased. t
Said Charley one morning to Joe; August 20-6w A. V'. 1\1 OORE. 50,000 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. Baskets- Brooms, &c t 3 11. r
t '
n "
"Pray tell me the difference between" 'em, NOTICE. WOO lands In Middle and East Florida for. 5 Call and examine ,before purchasing "
For bother if I know. land will t'
my wig WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL APPLY TO sale. wishing to settle or purchase
Quoth Joe, 'Tis the easiest matterAt SIX .. Judge of Probate, for Duval County, for let- find it to their advantage to address us. All communi- elsewhere. ,i k
cations to insure prompt attention must have enclosedfive ,', ,
once to distinguish the two ; ters of administration upon the estate of Martha V. dollars. S. P. RICHARDSON &: CO., '"* t

At one you go into time water", Stone .late 12.-6W.of said County, deceased.Aug. GEORGE. STO E. August 19-5tp :Madison,Florida. Aug. 12, 18 56. \

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[ ] of Secretary of the
expended under the direction the
centum fourth article treaty twenty-fourth Commission Me1rcha.1l!
; per per t ,
Laws of the United States, Juno, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, eight hundred Interior, twenty thousand dollars. incidental .
.I Miscellaneous..-For ,the general expenses BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and dollars.
i P"'SSED.-iT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE fifty four instalmentsof of the Indian service in California, including traveling
For this amount being the first of
thousand .
the superintending agents, seven -
j TIIIRTY-EIGIITIi4 CONGRESS. the principal and interest to June thirtieth, eighteen expenses'of WILLIAM. 0. JEFFREYS, .
(CONTIXCED FROM SUPP E E."iT.) : hundred and sixty-two, payable for stocks held by five the five For hundred the purchase of cattle for beef and milk, together Commission M o r c It u -
thousand six hundred and fifty n.t
4 For sixth twenty instalments for keeping in repair with clothing and food, teams and farming( tools for JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;
dollars and cents.For
thirty eight !
the hospital, and providing the necessary medicines interest thousand six hundred and fifty Indians in California, fifty-five thousand dollars. __
: I and furniture therefor fifth article eleventh on one For the compensation of five extra clerks, employedin -
per treaty five dollars, from July first, eighteen hundred and FRA Kl NDIBnLE
: Indian office under the acts of fifth August eigh-
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three hundred hundred and the ,
to Juno thirtieth eighteen
sixty-two, third March, .
and eighteen
dollars. teen hundred and fifty-four, Commission: '
dollars and Merchant .
five two hundred and ninety seven
sixty ,
!I' For sixth of twenty instalments for pay of a physi hundred and fifty-five, and under appropriations made
ninety-six cents. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i j t. dan, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen For second of four instalments of the principal and from year to ;year, seven thousand dollars ; Provided, ,
: hundred and fifty-five, one thousand four hundred dol- hundred That the said extra clerks ball not be employed after Produce purchased: or advances in Cash or, 8nimii.,. .
thousand eight
interest stock
due two
on hundred and made on consignments to C. B.
1 the thirtieth day of June, eighteen sixty- Dibble, New York.
lars.For and forty.nine dollars and cents.
first of five instalments of second series, for stock thousand six unless specially provided for by law.
balance of the eight
For interest the
beneficial objects, at the discretion of the President, five hundred on and forty-nine dollars and, sixty-ono For compensation of one clot k in the Indian office, .. IIILTOX d: RANDEM, -

t j+er fourth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hun hun- to enable the Secretary of the Interior to carry out the I WHOLESALE GROCERS
cents, held in trust from June ,
Tired and fifty five, eight thousand dollars. hun- regulations prescribed to give effect to the seventh section ,
dred and sixty-two to June thirtieth, eighteen 193
For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in repairthe dred and sixty-five,,one thousand five hundred and. of the act of March third, eighteen hundred andfiftfive Bay Street, near Ban mix I. t

buildings for the various employees, and for providing thirty-eight dollars and ninety-three cents. granting bounty lauds to Indians, fourteen SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, -
the furniture hundred dollars Provided, That the said clerk shall
therefor :
necessary per fifth article Are
of the sum constantly receiving
For third of four instalments principal per steamers
treaty eleventh June. hundred I not be employed after the thirtieth day of June, eigh- from Sew
eighteen and fifty- held tty stocks by the government, to be paid as annui- : Fork, the largest and most complete
'f* five, three hundred dollars. in eighteen hundred and sixty-six, two thousand : teen hundred and sixty-six, unless specially provided Groceries in this city. assortment of

.. For sixth of twenty instalments for the salary of eight hundred and forty-nine dollars and eightysevencents. for by law. N. B.-Orders by mail, accompanied
ugh the For of two extra clerks in the Indian remittance -
tribe select compensation
: person as may to be their head promptly filled, at lowest market
chief, fifth article eleventh office employed to out the treaty with theChickasaws prices
per treaty June, eighteen For interest on five thousand six hundred and nirie- carry August 12
hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars. dollars and seventy-four cents from June in the adjustment of their claims two lm
ty-nine ---- --
Flatheads and other confederated Tribes.-For the thousand eight/ hundred dollars : Provided, That the
thirtieth eighteen hundred and sixty-five, to June L. J. GUILMARTI.V.
second of five instalments on one hundred and twenty two hundred said extra clerks shall not be employed alter the thirtieth JOHN FLANNERT. E. W. DBCMXOXDT
thirtieth hundred and sixty-six
thousand dollars the eighteen I of June eighteen hundred and unless ,. .T. GUII Jr AttTIX
being second series, for benefi- am1 forty-'-ne dollars and ninety-eight cents. day sixty-six, CO..

.-.inlobjects, at the discretion of the President, per Arapahoes and Cheyenne Indians of the Upper Ar- specially provided for by law GENERAL SHIPPING
fourth article treaty sixteenth For insurance, transportation, and ,
July, eighteen hundred kansas lliver.For fifth fifteen instalments of annu- necessary expense
and fifty-five, five thousand dollars. ? of the delivery of annuities and provisions to the COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS-
ity of thirty thousand dollars, to be expended for their i
For: sixth of twenty instalments for the support of an Indian tribes in Minnesota and Michigan, twenty thou- Xo. 148
benefit-that is to say, fifieeu thousand dollars per annum i Bay Street,
agricultural and industrial sand three hundred and dollars and
school fifty
keeping in repair in sixty-two
for each tribe commencing with the ,
the buildings and cents. Opposite the City Hotel, Savannah, ,
providing suitable furniture, books, i which they shall removo to and settle upon their reservations I Georgia.
and stationery, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, I -thirty thousand dollars. For insurance, transportation, and necessary expenses Particular attention given to procuring freights and
eighteen hun rcd and threo of the delivery of Pawnee, I'onca and Yancton filling orders for hard
fifty-five, hundred dollars. For third of five instalments to provide the said Indians pine timber and lumber, cotton
For sixth of twenty instalments! for providing suitable with a mill suitable for sawing timber and grinding Sioux annuity goods and provisions, ten thousand wool, hides., &c. I'm August '

instructors therefor per fifth article treaty sixteenth I dollars. ..
with -- -'-
grain, one or more mechanic shops, necessary
July, eighteen hundred and fity-ttve: one thousand interpreter For expenses of transportation and delivery of an- ROBERT
tools for the same, and dwelling houses for an EBWLX. cius. s.
eight hundred dollars. to the Blackfcet Indians for the HARDERERW1JT
nuity goods ,
1 miller. engineer for mill, (if one be necessary) .
I: For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in re- farmers, and the mechanics that may he employed for soveuteen thousand dollars. rf; VfcARDEE: '

!. pair blacksmiths', tin and gunsmiths', carpenters', and their benefit, five thousand dollars. For expenses attending the vaccination of Indians,

wagon and plough makers' shops and providing necessary For transportation and necessary expenses of delivery two thousand five hundred dollars. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

't I, tools therefor, per fifth article treaty sixteenth I of annuities, goods, and provisions, five thousand i For the general incidental expenses of the Indian
July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars. i service in Oregon and Washington Territory, including BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

dollars. insurance and transportation of and 12
annuity goods August
For insurance, transportation necessary expenses Ira
For sixth of twenty instalments for the employmentof ofthe delivery of annuities and prouisions to the presents, (where no special provision therefor is made -

two farmers, two millers, one blacksmith, one tin- Chippewas of Lake Superior, five thousand seven bun by treaties,) and office and travelling expenses of the CALDW.E'r
ner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and dred and sixty two dollars and sixty three cents. superintendent and sub-agents, thirty-five thousand ,,

plough maker, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, and dollars. SUCCESSORS TO :BREWER
For insurance, transportation, necessary expenses & CALDWELL
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, seven thousand four of the delivery of annuities and provisions to the. For defraying the expenses of the removal and sub- ,

tl hundred dollars. Chippewas of the Mississippi, three thousand eight sistence of Indians in Oregon and Washington Territory COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION:

For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in repair hundred and eighty six dollars and seventy five cents. (not parties to any treaty,) and for pay of necessary -

saw and flouring mills, and for furnishing the Chippewas of Red Lake, and Pembina Tribe of employees, fifty thousand dollars. MERCHANTS,
necessary tools and fixtures therefor, per fifth article to be capita Indian Service in Nevada.-For the general inciden ,r
treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, I Chippewas.-For to the Red Lake band of Chippewas, during per the tal expenses of the Indian service in Nevada, presentsof 20 Old Slip, New York.

five hundred dollars. of the President third article second goods, agricultural implements, and other useful ar S. B. CALDWKLL.
pleasure per treaty | B. C. MORKI8, JR.
f. For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in repair I October, eighteen hundred and sixty three, and ticles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, .

the hospital, and providing the necessary medicines second article supplementary to treaty twelfth April, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilizedlife August 5 6m

and furniture therefor, per fifth article treaty eighteen hundred and sixty-three, ten thousand dot to be expended under the direction of the Secretary -
sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three lars. of the Interior, twenty-five thousand dollars.

hundred dollars. Fo- this amount to the Pembina band of Chippewas!';, Indian Service in Utah Territory.For the generalincidental S. SPENCER,
For sixth of twenty instalments for pay of a expenses of the Indian service in Utah Territory
physician during the pleasure of the President, five thousand dot ATTORNEY AT LAW
per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen presents of goods, agricultural implements, another d ,

hundred and fifty-five, one thousand four hundred lars.Forthe second of fifteen instalments to be expended useful articles, and to assist them to locate in GAIA'ESTLLLE, :FLORIDA.
annually for the purpose of supplying them with gilling permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pur Will attend promptly to all cases before the
For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in repair twine, cotton matter, calico, lins y, blankets, sheeting, suits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction Courts at Jacksonville or Lake City. Military
buildings required for the various employees, flannels, provisions, farming-tools, and for such other of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty-five thou August 12
I and furnishing necessary furniture therefor sand dollars. __ Imp
per fifth useful articles, and for such other useful purposes as _
article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and may be deemed for their best interests!';, per third arti Indian Service in Colorado Territory.-For the :general ARCHIBALD T. BANKS, .
I _,, fifty five, three hundred dollars. incidental .
of the Indian
expenses service in Colo-
of twelfth
treaty April
cle supplementary ATTORNEY' '
For sixth of twenty instalments for the of each roda Territory presents of AT LAW, .
pay and sixty-four, eight thousand dollars. :roods; agricultural implements
,>f the head chiefs of the Flathead, Kootenay, and Up. For the second of fifteen instalments for same ob and other useful articles, and to assist them to GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

>,. per Pend d'Orcilles tribes, per fifth article treaty six jects for the Pembina band of Chippewas, four 'thousand locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by Will attend promptly to all business intrusted to hi

j teenth July, eighteen hundred and fitty-five, fifteen dollars. the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the I care.. July 29-tf

I hundred dollars.Transportation. For second of fifteen instalments for pay of one blacksmith direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twentyfve e .,
of annuity good? and provisions for who shall furnish medicine forth thousand dollars. :
one physican, CHARLES >l=. COOPER.
; the Flathead Indians, perfifth article of the treaty of sick, one miller and one farmer, three thousand nine I For payment of interest on fifteen thousand dollars,

July sixteen h, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, for the hundred dollars. abstracted bends, for the fiscal year ending June thir ATTORNEY AT LAW,
present fiscal year, eleven thousand nine hundred and tieth, eighteen hundred and ;
:,1 l For second of fifteen instalments for the purchase sixty-five: for the Cherokee
twenty dollars and forty-one cents, or so much thereof schoolfundnine hundred dollars. JACKSONVILLE:
)E shall be of iron and steel and other articles for blacksmithiug i FLORIDA.p _
J fR necessary.Insurance purposes, one thousand five hundred dollars. For payment of interest on ,sixty eight thousand dot .

f and transportation of annuity goods and For second of fifteen instalments, to h' expendedfor L ]lars, abstracted bonds, for the fiscal year cueing June .' .-Zee
., provisions for the Flathead Indians, per fifth article of carpentering and other purposes, one thousand dot thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixt "-fivo. of the Che .1 .
the treaty of July sixteenth, eighteen hundred and Jars. rokee national fund, four thousand and eighty dollar I scEs : ,

ty-five, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, For second of fifteen instalments, to defray the expenses Navajo Indians iu New Mexico.-For subsistence for Hon. is. L. EvBBirr, { Col. J. S. SA1nll:_

t alt ti hundred eighteen hundred and sixty-six, eleven thousand nine of a board of visitors to consist of not more the Navajo Indians, and for the purchase of agricultural July 8 6m

and twenty dollars and forty-one cents, or so than three persons, to attend upon the annuity payments implements, seeds, and other articles necessary for i:
I' much thereof as shall be
1 Confederated necessary. of the Chippewa Indians, whose salary shall not breaking the ground on the reservation upon the Pecos '..*. T. ;
Tribes LONG
( ( first Bands of Indians in Middle exceed five dollars per day, nor more than twenty River, one hundred thousand dollars : Provided, That .

ofsix Chegon.-l"or thousand dollars of ,five for instalments beneficial, second series, days, and ten cents per mile for travelling expenses, any part of said sum may be used to furnish wool or ATTORNEY AT LAW i iY i iLAKK

discretion objects, at the and not to exceed three hundred miles, three hundred other necessary materials to said Indians, to be b ,
of tho
President, per second article treaty and ninety dollars. them manufactured into clothing and blankets.For CITY, FLA.
fifth June
twenty thousand dollars., eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six I For insurance and transportation of annuity goods payment of interest on one million six hundred L July 22.6mp.PnOFESSIONAL.DR..

For sixth I and provisions, and material for building mill, including and ninety thousand three hundred dollars, non-
of fifteen
instalments for pay and subsis : paying stock held by the Secretary of the
of machinery, iron and steel for blacksmiths, for the Interior in
one farmer one blacksmith M. J. MURPHY
and one : trust for various Indian tribes to and .
and maker wagon Chippewas of Red Lake and Pembina tribe, ten up including the
1 t plough per fourth article treaty twenty 1 thousand dollars. iuterest payable: July first, eighteen hundred and sixty and Surgeon to
4 fifth .
i June five, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three.tuousand For the first payment per fourth article of the treatyof six, four hundred and forty-six thousand four hundred the people of Jacksonville and surrounding country.

hundred dollars./ October second, eighteen hundred and feixty-three and thirty-three dollars and fifty cents. Particular attention Will be given to diseases of women
For sixth
c twenty instalments for pay and subsis For subsistence clothing, and and children. Office at his residence, corner of For-
t. of to be expended in the purchase of powder, lead, general incidental expenses
superintendent of one twine, or such other beneficial purposes as the chiefsmay Wahpaton, Medawakanton, and

per fourth farming article operations, and one schoolteacher request, to be equitably distributed among the Wahpakoota bands of Sioux or Dakota Indians, a I r

e.ighteen hundred and treaty twenty-fith June said bands, two thousand dollars. their new homes, one hundred thousand dollars. Medical x .

dred dollars. fifty-five, five thousand six hun For the sum of five hundred dollars to be paid teach o Indian Service in Idaho Territory.-For the general A.

For sixth of of the seven chiefs of said bands, at the first pay incidental expenses of the Indian service iu Idaho DR. S. BALDWIN will resume the practice of his
twenty instalments for payment of sala ment to enable each to build for himself a horse Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements in all its departments. His office and
to the head chief of said per residence '
ry confederated is the first honse of
bands, and other useful articles and west lira HudnaU'sBoarding -
fourth article per fifth article treaty October second, eighteen hundred ; them to locate in
treatytwent.fifth June House.Jacksonville .
dred and fifty-five five hundred eighteen bun and sixty-three, three thousand five hundred dollars. permanent abodes, and sustain themselves bv the pur.
dollars. 22tfMEDICAL
Mold Indians. For sixth Eastern 13ar.ds of Shoshonees.For second of twenty suits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction July

1 keeping iu repair-saw and of ten instalments for instalments, to be expended under the direction of the of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty thousand -- ._.
flouring mills
1 of employees and for she President, in the purchase of such articles as he may dollars. NOTICE. DR. E. S. ALDRICH'
pay necessary benefits
which to be Indian Service in the ,
deem suitable to their wants, either as hunters Territory of Arizona.For the
Bared alike all the and
S by confederated bands Surgeon, late of San Francisco
per second general: incidental of the ,
thousand dollars expenses Indian
herdsmen, ten service in the
article treaty twenty-first December California be consulted at
eighteen may his office at Mrs. Hudnall's
hundredand -
of Arizona
Western Band of Shoshonees.-For first of in Territory presents of goods1.agricultural
fifty-five, one thousand five hundred dollars. twenty Mansion House, or at the Dreg Store of }Ir. J.
a For sixth of ten instalments for the stalments in such articles, including cattle for herdingor implements, and other useful articles, and to assist Jones.

ter and joiner to aid in erecting buildings pay of and carpen n' other purposes, as the President shall deem suitablefor them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves June 21th-tf. .

furniture for said Indians and to making their wants and condition, either as hunters or by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended
'I service,per second article in said herdsmen, per seventh article treaty October first, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior,
treaty twenty-first jr. .o. UPSON.JACKSONVILLE .
hundred and for twenty thousand dollars.
eighteen sixty-three, the fiscal
eighteen hundred and year
lar*., fifty-five, two thousand dol: ending June thirtieth, hundred and sixty five, five All that part of the public domain in the Territory of URGEON DENTI T.

For of teachers thousand dollars. Arizona, lying west; of a direct line from Haif-Way
: pay to manual-labor
necessary materials therefor, and for the school, for all: For second of twenty instalments for same objects, Bend to Corner Rock on the Colorado River, containing FLA.

the pupils, per second article subsistence of for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth eighteen hundred about sevcnty-five thousand acres of land, shall beset REFERENCE-"Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery -

t eighteen hundred and treaty twenty-first December and sixty-six, five thousand dollars. apart for an Indian reservation for the Indians of ," and fiveears practice.
1 dollars. fifty-five, three thousand Northwestern Bands of Shoshonees.-For second of said river and its tributaries. June 24th-Itptf.

? Qui nai-elt. and Quil-leh-ute Indians. twenty instalments, to be expended, imdcr the direction To supply deficiencies in the Indian service in Arizona -- -

? three instalment on twenty-five thousand-For last of of the President, in the purchase of such articles Territory, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars GEORGE A. =PECK,

ing the third series) for beneficial objects dollars (be as he may deem suitable to their wants, cither as hunters for-the present fiscal year.

direction of-the President, per fourth article, under the or herdsmen,five thousand dollars Indian Service in Montana Tcnitor-For the ge nZVit.telimtaker: : and Jetvellei,

July, eighteen hundred and fifty.five treaty first Goship Bands of Shoshonees.-For second of twenty eral incidental expenses of the Indian service in Montana -

six hundred dollars. one thousand instalments, to be expended, under the direction of the : Territory, presents of :goods:: agricultural implements I HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND

For sixth of twenty instalments for the President, in the purchase of such articles, including and other useful tides, and to assist them to sale, Gold and Silver Watches ami Jewelry.

agricultural and industrial school and for support\ of an cattle fur herding, or other purposes, as he shall deem locate in permanent abodes and sustain1 themselves by Also, u good assortment of Spectacles, Stationery r

inttrut.tors, per tenth article, treaty pay first of suita.1,10 suitable to their,wants and condition either as huntsmen the pursuits civilized life, to bo expended under the Combs, Brushes, Perfumery,Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes -

eighteen hundred: and fifty-five, two thousand July, or herdsmen, one thousand dollars. direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty Cutlery, including some of these celebrated Wade
'" hundred dollars. five Creek NLtion.-For inter est on two hundred thousand thousand dollars.To k Butcher Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving Brushes and

For sixth of tweuty instalments for the dollars, at five per centum per annum, as permanent nt enable the Secretary of the Interior to negotiate a Cup, Pocket Looking Glasses, Pocket Books and

smith aiad carI.entcrsbop, undto provide theuecebsarv support of :annuity to be paid them in money, or for such mechanical treaty* with the Blackfoot and other tribes of Indians I Memorandums, Photograps Albums, holding from.

eighteen hundred and filty-five, fivo hundred July, may from time to time direct, ten thousand the Missouri River, fifteen thousand; dollars. Guitar Strings, Tape Measures, from three to one hun-

For sixth of twenty instalments for the employment dollars. dollars. California.-For pay of one physician. ; one kBred sect, Meerschaum Pipes and Seprar::::: Holders, :.Rnb-

(If a blacksmith, carpenter, and farmer and For payment of second of fivcjnstalments, to be expended smith, one assistant blacksmith, one farmer, ono carpenter : her Stems, Crochet Needles, Silver Thimbles, &c., ic
Ii-j: 3 who f
r 'k" tenth article treaty first July, eighteen hundred, per sheep, clothing, rind such other articles as the Secretary at the rate of fifty dollars per month: twelve thousand -. Silver Cane Heads, and a lot of those fine Howard

fifty-fivefour thousftid six hundred dollars. and of the Interior, with the council of said nation dollars. Watches, which give such splendid satisfaction.

t 'K1allams.-For last of three instalments: may direct, forty thousand dollars. Indian Service in Dakota Territory.-For the generalincidental Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short notice -

.,,j thousand dollars, being e third series) under on the sixty direction i Indian Service in New Mexico.-For general inci expenses of the Indian service in DakotaTerritory and satisfaction guaranteed. Work from the country -

t .. of the President, per fifth article dental expenses of the Indian service iu New Mexico, presents of good, agricultural implements, will receive prompt and careful attention. Remember -

e. sixth January, eighteen hundred and treaty twenty- presents of goods, agricultural implements and other II and other useful: articles, and to8sist them to locate the place, at the Old! Stand of C. D. Oak, on Ocean
fifty-five four
thousand! dollars. useful articles, and to assist; them to locate in permanent in permanent abodes mid sustain themselves by tho street. July

For sixth( cf twenty instalments for the abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits ofcivilized pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction i-

agricultural and industrial school, and for support of life, to be expended under the direction of the of the Secretary of the Intcridr,twenty thousand

suitable teachers, per eleventh article pay for Secretary of the Interior, fifty thousand dollars. dollars. 11II11llLLL & :1fURDOCI :
treaty twent t'Indian Service in the District of To enable the agent of the Yankton
Kixth January, eighteen hundred and Country leased! from Sioux to restore
thousand fivt' hundred dollars.Y fifty-five, two the Choctaws for the Indians lately residing in Texas. to the friendly members of said tribe the gocds and (Agents for Israel R., Scaly... )

For sixth of twenty instalments for the employment -For the expenses of colonizing, supporting and furnishing property and provisions' taken from them by the troopsof WHOLESALE DEALERS INImported

-JilL ""'" ,'+f a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer, and a physician [ agricultural; implements and stock, pay of liecesary the United Stales, ten thousand dollarsNOTICE. > ,

who shall furnish medicines employees, purchase of clothing, medicines, -.0. .
for the sick I --- -
per vent h iron and steel and maintenance \.LES AND WINIIs .
-.article treaty twenty-sixth of schools for Indians ,
January, eighteen::: hunched .
'hnd1 fifty-five, four thousand six hundred dollars. lately residing Texas, ;to be expended under the direction -

r J -: :Ottawa'Indians: of Blancbard's Fork and Roche de of the Secretary of the Interior, ten thousand, I| HEREBY WARN ANY ONE NEGOTIATING FOR and Domestic Liquors of

IJceuf.-For third of four instalments! in dollars I or trading note given by me to James II. Hundley, *
: ,
fourth article treaty tw enl Y-foar:h June, eighteen money hun per For the WicMtas and other afiiliated Band?.-For the or three hundred dollars ($:I00) one hundred of which all Kinds and Qualities. .
f;,' ;.' dred and sixty-two, fight thousand five hundred; dol I expenses: of colonizing, supporting, and furnishing has been paid. will not pay the remainder unless No. 5, Merchants iln r: Hilton Head, v. CJ

:!":d '. larA. said bands with agricultural::; implements and stock, pay compelled by law, as it is an unjust debt. ,

I) "::-*:; .o"I of necessary employee,' purchase of clothing, med i- August 12-4tp REASON S. : 'ERRELL.y :June 10.18G3.: tf. .
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the from SEC. 1. And be it further enacted That in
proceeds of
the sale construction -
: of Indian
Laws of the United States.PfjSED state under the provisions: of reservations in said of this act the word "book" shall be construed fifth articles treaty thirtieth September eighteen hun-
the act to dred and fifty-four one thousand
b .ttf'r organization ot' Indian for the to mean every volume and part of a volume, together sixty dollars.
nffairs in For support of a smith
AT TUI'E'oxn SKS!IOX Califorll1l, al'prov'd '- with all other and shop for the
OK Till AIril eight; eighteen maps, prints or engravings belonging;
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a tired Id Bois Forte band, during the
}:ixty-four. pleasure of the President
TltlRTV-EIGIITIl CONGRESS. Approved, March 3, 18j( ;). thereto ; and shall include a copy of any second or subsequent per twelfth article treat.thirtieth .
:; edition which shall be published with any additions September eighteen
CJI.\1">TEn rxx.t CHAPTER whether the first edition of such book shall I hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and sixty dollars.
('XXIII.11 For of two farmers
\ \,.t to incorporate the Continental Hotel Company .\ .\authorizing the have heelll'ublishcd before or after the passing of this support the for the Bois Forte band
Secretary of during pleasure of the
of the Ci y of Washington.p lease or sell" certain the Treasury to act : Provided, however, That it shall not be requisiteto President per twelfth article
Property of tIm treaty thirtieth
"i d/d,11JY, the. Senate till"101/*.' '/ Jtyii'Sfiitatiivs uat'dH Hath, in the State of Maine,United. :Stutes"-sit-. deliver to the said library any copy of the second or four, one thousand two hundred, eighteen dollars.hundred and fifty-
'AnrerirMt ill tSilryrres (I.iw1ulJlt'd /Jf'it {cnaihd ij Ihr ,""lirli,, unl J/fJ/lSI' any 1'ulJ'11uent edition of any book, unions: the same Chiiqiricax of the
Thai: i-rtY-nelnxouicoJof Now York City IL 11. Trench,' ff the United .S'M r., of! America in if It'rjnvsi'it'atirtt i :shall contain additions as aforesaid, nor of any book ty-fourth of JlizsisdlpiFor one third of twen

u"nr\'l>. Cooke, John W. F; r.iey. of Wellington City, That the Secretay of the Treasury fimgn-Kx msenililed, I which is not the subject of copyright. fourth article twenty-five treaty fourth instalments in money, per ..
rived hereby a autho .\ :.i 18j( ;). October, eighteen hundred
*rrbVu nauagan, William Ovenii-ld Jr., J. Warren to lease the wharf property ; PIIl'ove.lIarch and forty-two and
belonging article
to the U.
S. treaty thirtieth
of Maine, Thornton Smith George D. Red situated at Bath in the Sep
Crown. State tcrnber
of :Maine: for eighteen hundred and
term fifty-four four
a of thousand
/ -u'ld Plowrran ot the CHAPTER cxxvn. ,
> George Philadelphia aiiJt'ieir years lessee making all one hundred and
repairs thereupon ; or he Au Act for the current and sixty six dollars and sixty-soven
viatp and all persons who now or hereafter may may sell the same at-Ids discretion!" if making Api'iopriations continent cents.
it is
bl'holders: of the stock hereinafter mentioned, johalI'.t.H"llIJ use; or required) for the! public service, and no he longer is in Expenses of the Indian Department, and for For one third of twenty-fourth of
tiar(' hereby, declared b be constituted authorized to make hereby fulfilling Treaty Stipulations with various Indian instal
; a bodyn1tir execute, and deliver ments for the of two
all carpenters
needful fourth
Tribes: for the Year thirtieth June per article
ending eighteen
: or corporate by the >:tyl (.f the ContinentalI conveyance- to the purchaser or purchasers treaty fourth October eighteen hundred
and ,
hundred ahd and fof-othcr forty-two
'f.ac1 ('o1l11'\1l', to have perj'etual sacec-sion: to be :Approved March 3, 18(5.i.CII.tvTEIt. sixty-six, Purposes. and eight article treaty thirtieth
Jo! it enacted the Senate and House of Ilcprcsentativeb September eighteen
:'; I'ibVin l-iwctt sueing and bein-, sued to have a by hundred and fifty-four, four hundred
II and to have hold rerehv of tho United States of America in Congress assembled -
.uiniou t"- ('l1jOa11l1 CX.1P. For one third twenty-fourth of
tkr either; by :*bi)olute conveyance in fee si.nplo or An Act to Increase the 1'aof Midshipmen and f That the following bums be, and they are ments iu goods, per fourth article twenty-five instal
1 Ue it others hcr appropriated: out of any money in the treasury treaty fourth Octo
mud rent n11(1 111 case d a enacted the her
IIpuIi:1'} ;: comoyance uronavtlud by Senate and house of Kcpres eighteen hundred and forty-two, and
>entativosof otherwise for the of eighth arti-
not appropriated, payingthe .
to the ,. the purpose
with uxtvuve :
r i 'iit power neeebhurv\'\ United States of America in cle treaty thirtieth September eighteen "
unt for l so-uring; the payment the; ('01', such real; estate; .sembleil, That midshipmen: after their final Congress acadeiufc as- current and continent expenses of the Indian department liltv-four, three thousand five hundred, dollars.hundred and
be or for the const mctiu1l of examination and until and tultilling 1rl';:'y !stipulations" with the For third .
a way ri'c-t'Sfeary proper! a their promotion to the one of twenty-fourth of
it of with I elisl ign, .lJ lllJ ,. ,..... grade.. _of, various lndau: tribes :- twenty-five instal- .
!l\Itd iu the city 11'ashingon, : :m.dl. supplcmcu .;)ait} at n_ tJ...(- l'.t. of' ;. .I. .L. ments for the support of schools, fourth
"' v. "
UI per article
lars -e Y UUI'HOl- For the current and continent: ; ciiu*es of the Indian -
1.IVY ti.inuiiif-i$ as ilia-. IJC aualr!'a to anti turtu hurl: {If : per annum, while on sea service. treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and
:111'1 : jf'11t'ral plan and design ilu'ieoi, with power to :SKI.; 2. And be it farther enacted, That acting : department namely : and eighth article treaty thirtieth September forty-two,
maci ?- For ot of Indian affairs and eighteen
the superintendents
t pay ::
and the sair.c for the accommodation and 1 s mates shall 1-e hundred and
tllI ttia equip styled mates, and the Secretary of of Indian thousand lour hundred fifty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dol-
use ofutc parties who nUlbe .1f'l'lrOIlS of routing: and tae Navy is hereby authorized increase their to and :tgeuteightyseven; lars and sixty-seven cents.

4K.cupyiig: the.same, and the real: estate: 01' :my larttht'r'o1 a sum not exceeding sixty dollars per month. pay For lifty dollars.: six thousand dollars. For one third of twenty-fourth of twenty-five instal-
wnen 1ll the opinion of said corporation it may SKO. :3. And I' it further enacrel, That hereafter mates pajof sub agents, ments for tiie purchase of provisions and tobacco
For clerk at St. Louis .Mis-
l'Ijof to superintendent per
do so, to sell 3ml Convey to may be rated, under fourth article treaty fourth
; October
i I:' t.o any person authority of the Secretary; of the souri, thousand two hundred dollars. eighteen hundred
JSiis Vho be desirous of Navy, from seamen and forty two and
or may purchasing thc and ordinary seamen who eight article treaty thirtieth
nave en For of clerks superintendents of September -
.. M nth.' furniture and equipment thereof. listed in the naval service for not less than two pay temporary eighteen hundred and fifty-four" six hundred ..-'
years Indian affairs five thousand dollars.
n if r rt/. 'tP-i/ That the and such rating of and sixty-six dollars
:SH;t; abe .r entr capital an enlisted man or his appointment For of clerk to superintendent of Indian affairs m and coma.
cto;.L'nfs.i"id. ; (corporation shall not exceed+ two million as an officer, tltallnot discharge!" ]him from his enlist California pay, one thousand eight hundred dollars. For one third of twenty-fourth of twenty-five instal
i Mardivided into twenty thousan shares of one ment.SfC.. monts for the support of two smiths' shops
thousand four including
luuareddo.lars. each, and that it shall be held as per- -J. Ami Ic i' farther enacted, That no person ap- hundred For pay dollars.of interpreters, twenty-eight the pay of two smiths and assistants, and furnishing

t !-I'malllrtlpert)., and may: be transferred under such I pointed or rated an officer or clerk in the navy shall re For to Indians five thousand dollars. iron and steel, per fourth article treaty fourth October.
presents ,
r gulatious as"the corporators shall ludge convenient. I i-eive any bounty while holding appointment. For provisions for Indian-, eleven thousand eight eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth, article

:' r enacted. That a general meetor SEC. 5. And be further enacted That all acts or parts hundred dollars, trpaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-
in Mtcoporators shall be annually held on the of acts which are inconsistent with the four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and
:; provisions of For buildings at agencies and repairs thereof, ten sixty- .
,;et n! MondaV of January, for the election: of five this act are hereby repealed. thousand dollars. I I seven cents.
the transaction of ether business but if SEC. 0. Awl le it further For one third of twenty-fourth of
aanaer' and ; ell acted, That acting passed For contingencies of the Indian department, Ourty- twenty-five instal-.
Bach meeting or election shall not then take place, the assistant surgeons and acting surgeons may be appointed six thousand five hundred dollars. I ments for pay of two farmers, per fourth article treaty

corporation shall root for that cause be dissolved, but in the same manner as acting assistant surgeons For fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various_ Indian fourth October eighteen hundred and forty-two, eighth
IUch meeting or election shall take place as soon ihert- are now appointed, who shall receive the compensation tribes treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred

.tier as may be, due week's public notice: thereof being of their respective grades. I BlacJ.foot.llUlian\-Fol': last of ten instalments as and fifty-four, three hundred and thirty-three dollars
fir.t given in at least two daily newspapers in the city Approved, March 3, 1SG. : annuity, to be expended in the purchase of such goods, For thirty eleventh three of cents.

of Washington.R CHAITEI txxv. .provisions and other useful articles as the President, at twenty instalments of annuity in
(". t. And Le it ftrtk e.'tw te l. That the election ofmanagers An Act to incorporate the "Capitol Hotel Company," his discretion, may from time to time determine, per money, per third article treaty twenty-second February -

shall be by: ballot from among the corpora- in Washington City District of Columbia. ninth article of tIle treaty of seventeenth October, eighteen dollars., eighteen hundred and fifty five, twenty thousand

that in the enactment bylaws for the gov- Ue it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives hundred and fifty-five, twenty thousand dollars.

erSuent of the coloration and its officers, and m the of the United States of America in Congress assembled : For last often instalments as annuity, to be expended I Bands.-For Chippewas, Pillager, and Lake Winnebagoshish

decision of all questions, wlibth 'r of election of officers That Charles C. Little and A. C. Washburn, of in establishing and instructing them in agriculturaland in eleventh of thirty instalments of annuity

or disfranchisement ot corporators, either because of Boston, in the State 31assachusetts ; George Folsom, mechanical pursuit: and in educating then children money, per third article [treaty] twenty-second
for the amount of stock Charles A. Stetson_ and Frank ruary, eighteen hundred and fifty-five
their delinquency in paying by Moore, of Xew York and promoting civilization and Christianity, at six ten thousand
them! purchased of the corporation, or for other cause:, city, in the State cf New York ; and Z. C. Robbins, of the President, per tenth article of the For eleventh and sixty six: dollars and sixty-six cents.

and 011 all questions at the meetings of the corporation, Washington, in the District of Columbia and their associates t wofTBWcnteontU October, eighteen hundred and third article of thirty instalments of annuity in goods

the corporators present, ('ilh.'r in person or by proxy, and successors, be, and they are hereby, incorporated I, fifl-five, fifteen thousand clollars. per hundred and treaty twentr-second February, eighteen -

shall severally vote once for eldll1are: of stock held by and made a body corporate, by the name of UIta.tfJ, SCttrJll; aria Cml'lla Jllditll..-For eleventh of For eleventh of fifty-five eight thousand dollars. The Capitol Hotel Company,*' and by that name may fifteen tostato cuts of annuity be expended as directed thirty instalments for purposes of ,
utility third
:5. And be it further enarM, That the managers sue and he sued, plead and be impleaded, in any court bv the President, per third article treaty eighteenth eighteen per hundred article treaty twenty-second February: ,

,hall continue in office until, their successors are dice of law or equity, of competent jurisdiction, and be entitled November,, eighteen hundred and fiftyfomtwo thousand and fifty-five, fonr thousand Ltol-

: elect a president from among theinlivisupplv to use and exercise all the powers, rights, and dollar lars.For
vacancies in their number whether oc- privileges incident to such corporation for the eleventh of twenty instalments for
purposeof For eleventh of fifteen instalments for the ray of a education purposes of
b): death, resignation, or refusal to act, and establishing and maintaining in said city ol Washington farmer, fifth article treaty eighteenth X vcmuer, per third article treaty twenty-second Feb-
SSSJ and entire control of the affairs building or buildings for a hotel, with rooms, per and fifty-four, one thousand dollars. dollars.ruary, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand ,

md towstaoftho company, except so far as may be shops, and offices to be used therefor and therewith ; rckShoI fifteen instalments for pay of phys.ssr i For eleventh of

otherwise provided by the corporators. Three members and they ;may purchase and hold real and personal clan, medicines, and expense of cro of the sick, per; port of two smiths fifteen and annual instalments for sup ,
estate smiths'
shall be a quorum at these meetings required and convenient therefor ; and may: fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred shops, per third article
SIC C, InH! it further enacted, That until other after construction thereof, sell" convey, or lease, anureceive and fifty.four, one fire hundred ollars.or fifty-five twenty two second February, eighteen hundred and
offiCt'r; .hall he f9tr elected. tile persons named in the rent therefor, in whole or in part, as they may ents for of teachers thousand one hundred and twenty dol- .
first this act snail oe held t., be managers of choose and find.for the inb>l'ct of :JiII nnrnnrvinn_ e eleventh f.filt CIl __ _____ _pay,.,,_ ..I. .._h..1 lars.For
section of ----- --- -- ----- --.LJ uv" and purchase or boors a11l 8 auollcry, }J .LULU iU.U.1jtreaty of
the; aid corporation, and shall Have power and authority SEC. 2. And le further, enacted That the capital eighteenth November. eighteen blilltlretl and Lake, six pay hundred an engineer grist and saw mill at Leech
stock of said
corporation shall
not exceed the
sum of hundred dollars.
:I.snell thousand two
fiftj'.four, one Chippewas
::;Er. .. .411(1 be it further enacted That congress may one million five hundred thousand dollars, and that the ChippCICll$ of Lake SuperirJJ'-For two-thirds of twen- Lake: Winnebagoshish the Mississippi, and the Pillager and
alter repeal thischarter. stock shall be divided into shares of one thousand dol- in Bands of Chippewa Indians iu
at :l1timc hereafter alienator twenty-five instalments money, per Minnesota. .j
tj--fourth -For
lars each, and shall be deemed personal property trans- October eighteen }1Undrcd second often instalments for ten yoke
tf. fourth article treaty fourth of work-oxen
per article
Approved. March, 186?. ferable in such manner as the said ('orporatiod by its and forty.two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth Sep- eighteen hundred and treaty eleventh March: '
by-laws direct.
one thousand
may dol-
tem hundred and fiftr-four: eight thou- lays
er, eighteen
SEC. 3. Aud be it further enacted, That the dollars and thirty- -
CUAUTER CXXI. government sand three hundred and thirty-thrco For the
the Confinement of vemleot- aud direction of the affairs of the corporators employment of asawyear, at the discretion of
\uActproudingfor' three cents. the President
frudersasainbt the Laws of the United States in shall be invested in a board of directors, not less than For two thirds of twclltr-fourth of twentj--fiye instal- eighteen hundred, per sixth article treaty eleventh March .
five in number, who shall sixty-three, six hundred,
be elected dol
houses by the stockholders fourth article
of ltefugc.JI mcnt for the pay of two carpenters, per
i! t'lladt'.d by the &nate and lfousr lif Rr1reedalicesof at their annual meeting, which shall be held on treaty fourth Octobcr eighteen hundred and fbrty.two, lars.For compensation offemale
tilt ill u.sscmUed the first Monday of :May: in each year, from the ; eighteen teachers on the reservation -
l"1II'terl states (I America CunJre)6 among and eighth artdc treaty thirtieth September who shall instruct the Indian girls
Tlut juvenile offenders against the laws of the United corporators and their associates and successors, in hundred alii fiflj'-four, eight hundred dollars. economy, thousand dollars. domestic _

Matt beiui under the age of sixteen years, and who such manner as the by-laws of said corporation may For two third of twenty.fourth of twenty five in- Chippewas of Saginaw, Swan Creek and Black '.
hereafter convicted of crime by may Lc any stalments in goods, per For last often equal annual instalments
th,' United States, tue punishment whereof shall be j SEC.: 4. And Lc it further enacted, That the said corporation eighteen hundred and forty.two, acid eighth a.r- distributed.pcr capita, in the usual in coin, to be

imprisonment, shall confined during the tern cf shall have'lull power to make and prescribe tide treaty thirtieth September eighteen hundred and annuities, per second article of the manner of paying

sentence in some house of refuge to be donated by I such by-laws, rules, and regulations as they may deem. fiflY four seven thousand tlollars. August, eighteen; hundred and fifty-five treaty, ten of thousand second .
the Secretary of the Interior, and shall I. needful and proper for the disposition and management For two thirds oftwenty-fonrth: of twcnty-fivc instal- dollars.< '

and delivered to the warden or keeper of such house: of of the stock, property, estate, and effects of the ments for the support of schools, per fourth article For last of ten instalments for the

refuge by the marshal of the district where such shall c:>rl>oration, not contrary to the charter or to the laws treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, : blacksmith shop, per second article of support the of'one

have occurred; or if such conviction bo had in the of the United States and the ordinances of the city of I and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen I second, August, eighteen hundred and fifty-fivetwelve treaty of

District of Columbia then, and in such case, the trans Washington, and shall have power to alter or amend hundred antI fifty-fonr, one thousand three hundred hundred and forty dollars.

portation and delivery ,shall be by the warden. the the same, from time to time, as the interests of the corporation i and thirty three dollars: and thirty-three ccnts. For last of five equal annual instalments for educa

Ja.llof said district, and the reasonable actual expense in their opinion, may require. For two thirds of twcnty-fourth of twent-five instal.1I1el1ts tional purposes, under the direction of the President
ofjtue transportation, necessary subsistence, and hire, SKC. 5. And U further mortal, That this act may be for the llay of two farmers, per fourth article two thousand dollars. ,

and transportation of assistants and the marshal or altered amended, or repealed, at the pleasure of con treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and fortj'.two, For last of five equal annual instalments iu agricultural

warden, only, shall be paid by the Secretary of the Interior gress. and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen implements, three thousand dollars. ly

out of the judiciary fund. Approved, March TJ:, 18G5.; hundred and tifty-four, six hundred and sixty six dollars Chippewas, Menomonees, Winnebagoes, and Xew

S.C.2: Aral Le it further enacted, That it shallbe.the. and ixty-sc\'en cctits York Indians.For education during the pleasure, of
dut the Interior to contract with CHArrrn cxxvi. :For two thirds of t.\\'enty-fomtl1 of twenty-five imtal congress, per fifth article treaty eleventh August
the manners orpersons having control of such housesof An Act supplimental to an Act entitled "An Act to mC111S for the purchase of provisions and tobacco, per eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, one thousand five

rcf use for the imprisonment,subsistence, and proper amend the several acts respecting Copyright," ap fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred hundred dolJara.Chickasaws.'or.
employment of all -uch juvenile offenders, and to give proved February third, eighteen hundred and thirty- and fort}'-t vo, and eighth article treaty thirtieth Scp- permanent annuity in goods, per

the several courts of the United States and of tile District : one, and to the Acts Addition thereto and Amend tcmber, ci?hccn hundred and fiftyfour, one thousand act twenty-fifth February, seventeen hundred and .

of Columbia notice of the places so provided for ment thereof. three hundred and tlirt; '-three dollars and thirty-three ninety-nine, three thousand(! hars.

the confinement of said offenders ; and such offenders lie it enacted by the Sen te and House of Representatives cens.: Choctaws.-For permanent annuity, per second article

Hl1a.lllJe sentenced to confinement in the house of refuge of the United States of America in Congress as- I For eleventh of twenty instalments in coin, per fourth treaty sixteenth November,eighteen hundred and

ncarchtthe place of conviction BO designated by the sembled That tho provisions of said act shall extend to article treaty thirtieth eptembcr:; eighteen hundred five, and thirteenth article treaty twenty-second June,

Socrrtarv of the Interior. and include photographs and the negatives thereof I eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand dol.

Approved, March 3, 11)(;). which shall hereafter be made, and shall enure to to: -SgS-ye&BS ;I lars. '

benefit of the authors of the same in the same manner, For permanent annuity for support of light horsemen .

CHAPTKR cx u. and to the same extent, and upon tho same conditions treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred anti tiftj-- per thirteenth article treaty eighteenth October,

An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to llroide for as to the authors of prints and engravings.SEC. four, eight thousand eighteen hundred and twenty and thirteenth article '

the bottersOrguuization of Indian Affairs in Califor- 2. And be U further enacted, That a printed copy ]:"or eleventh ,of twenty instalments for agricultural: treaty twenty-second June eighteen hundred and 'fif

nla." << of every book, pamphlet, map, chart, musical compo implements, and cattle, carpcntcrs' and other tools, ty-five, six hunared dollars. ,

1- it f'nQ/,..! III the Senate and house II Rrpreaeniatirer sition/print, engraving, or photograph, for which a and building materials, per fourth article treaty thirtieth :For permanent provision for education, per second

i-nattbcfcumof sixty thousand dollars, or so much transmitted frt o of postage or other expense: by the thousand dollars.For twenty-five, and thirteenth, article treaty twenty-second '

thereof, as necessary, be, and the same, is here- author or proprietor thereof, within one month of the eleventh o.f twenty instalmcnts for moral :and June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six thousand
f .. ropriafed date publication to tho library of congress at Washington hundred dollars of which dollars. "
); l>l> out of any money in the treasury not educational>l1rpo ('s. three :
ohriy la' B appropriated, for the purpose of enabling the. for the use of said library ; and tho librarian of to b0paid to the Grand Portage band yearly, to enable For permanent provision for blacksmith, per sixth

S:eretary: of the interior to pay the Bettlsn in ]loops congress is hereby required to give a receipt in writingS them to maintain a school at their village, per fourth article treaty eighteenth October, eighteen hundredand

Ile y, California for their improvements on the in- for the S3D1e. article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred twenty: and thirteenth article treaty twenty-sec-

than reservation ,therein : Provided, That before the 3. And be it farther "_fnoetel. That if any,proprietor and fifty-four, three thousand dollars. ond June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six hundred

line or any pan of the money hereby appropriated of a. book, pamphlet, map, chart, musical composition For eleventh of twenty iUstalmeuts V"v for six smiths and dollars. .*

shall be paid, the said tmprovementssba.lbe aplra.isedr print, engraving, or photograph, for which a assistants, per second and fifth .t treaty thirtietheighteen For permanent provision for iron and steel,'per ninth J y
the superintendent of Indian affairs, the Indian copyright shall be secured as aforesaid, shall &ectto eptembcJ', :V.rilpi: ; fl and fifty-four, five thousand article treaty twentieth January, eighteen hundred and .

tent at Raid reservation, and the mrveyor-gcneral ofwlifornia deliver the same pursuant to the requirement of this and forty dollars. twenty-five, and thirteenth article of treaty twenty-

; and if in the opinion of the Secretary ofthe Sake shall be the duty of the librarian of congrvs* to For eleventh of twentvins.a liuenb for the w.'SSSS of ,second June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five three'
demand thereof in writing, ,at time within fifth articles treaty hundred
tenor"theIr appraisement shall be reasonable, any shops, per second and and twenty dollars.
and months after the publication thereof i and in hundred and fifty four, For
shall not in the aggregate exceed the Bum herein 'Suit eighteen interest on five ::undred thousand dollars, :
Propriated,-the said Secretary 11 hereby autborizedtoPply : of be delivery thereof within one month after one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. five per centum per annum for education, support of
the demand shall have been made, the right. of exclusive for the seventh smith tbe
the same, or 80 much thereof, as may, be nece For ninth of twenty Instalments government, and other,beneficial purposes, under-
nary, in payment for the said improvemeP', taking the publication secured to such proprietor under,the and :t i..t\\Jt, LuLl support of shop, per .dcond and the direction of the general eduncil oft Choctaws, J in'
roloE'r rOlpt further 'J'Jllt acts of('onrt'!! respecting copyright shall be forfeited.
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I smith' 1'or farmer during the pleasure the President, per parties named in the said award, seven thousand thro-

ronformity Wit the provisions contained iu the tenth smith and assistant, for iron and steel supplying third article treaty thirteenth )May eighteen hundred hundred and two dollars aud six cents
with tools and keeping the same in repair, keeping hundred dollars. Yancton Tribe of Sioux. }'
and thirteenth Articles of tho treaty of twentysecondJune shop and thirty-three, six lIr seventh of ten m U.ments .
of nn engineer
and for -
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, twenty-five: in repair grist and sawmill pay ending Hwnf ilirerf.-For tweHth of sixteen instalments in to bo paid to them or expended for their bonetitcon.raencing
and assistant engineer, for the fiscal year utensils and stock with the in
thousand dollars. blanket, (clothing farming per : year which they shall remove
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, tenth eighteen hundred to and settle I and reside their
,! Camanches, Kiowas, and Apaches of Arkansas llfv er. and dollars: Provided third article treaty September upon reservation, per
second four thousand eight hundred two thousand five hundred dollars. fourth article treaty lnetetHth.l'rl1.,
1'orthe second; of five instalments, being the the wo.kingof and fifty-three, eighteen hUll.
series for the purchase of goods,' provisions, and agrieultural That imy tolls or profits arising the For.ball.mce: due claimants under third article of the dyed awl litty-eight, sixty five thousand; dollars.
for to agent
the mill or shops shall he tenth, eighteen hundred and fifty- Cala&uoil1 s Molalla. and Claekamas Indians
implements, sixth article treaty twenty- of said In treaty of September ; of Will-
per benefit
'. and by him applied to the use ami River Indians for improvements auictte Valley.-For: first of live imtalments
seventh July, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, eighteen three, with the llogue or the sr.
.. thousand dollars. dians.Osagns.For. made by land claimants on the Indian rest rye, coed series of annuity for bcuciicial object

{ ,.. For of transportation of the second of five interest on sixty-nine' thousand one eight hundred and fourteen dollars and eighty-two articlo treaty twenty-second January, hundred and
'- expenses implements hundred and twenty dollars, at five per centum being:: iil'ty-fu,', six thousand five hundred dollars.
agricultural cents.NJOC
instalments of goods provisions, and second
of land set apart
the value of fifty-four sections ,' For annuity l'oHciL'or the second of ten instalment
per sixth article treaty twenty.seye Inth July, for educational mid! /-W'' of: .Vi.WA.Ti/; permanent of the
eighteen hundred and fifty-tin, seven thousand dol June eighteen hundred and twenty-five nineteenth, January, in goods or otherwise: per third article treaty third second series, to be paid to them ur expended for their

lars. purpo"ses, per Senate resolution November, eighteen 11l11uh'anti four, one thousand benefit, commencing with the year in which they .hallremove
hundred and therty -eight, three thousand four to and settle
eighteen upon the tract reserved for their
Creeks,-For permanent annuity in money, per dollars. r
fourth article treaty seventh August, seventeen hundredand hundred fitty-six dollars. of ten instal For interest two hundred thousand (dollars at future homes, per second: article treaty twelfth March

filth article treaty seventh August, Ottoes u1Hl1\Iisonrias.-For eighth five centunOfper second article treaty twenty-firs! eighteen hundred and fifty eight, ten thousand dollars'
ninety and per
being the second series!: in money or For seventh of ten
eighteen hundred and fifty-six, one thousand five hundred ments, hundred October, eighteen hundred and thirty seven, ten instalments for the establishment'and :
per fourth article treaty fifteenth :: eighteen maintenance of one or more manuellabor'schools"
dollars. thousand: dollars. ,
second article and fifty four thirteen thousand dollars.For hundred thousand dollars, at under the direction of the President, per second article
:For parmanent annuity in money, per tribes of the For interest: on eight
a due confederated
the b:1 lance the twelfth :March, eighteen hundred and
June hundred and two, second article treaty eleventh treaty fitty-ei"ht
treaty sixteenth eighteen and Piankeshawa arising five per centum, per ,
Peorias Weas thousand
t Kaskakias dollars.
article seventh August, eighteen hun- hundred and forty-two forty thou
and fifth treaty October, eighteen
William Brindle
"trust lands" by -
from the sale of their For seventh of ten instalment, or duri 1 ig the
and three thousand dollars. sand dollars.Sacs plea
dred fifty-six,
article late receiver of the land office, ns reported by the sui coi" the President i to be expended in
fourth interest on one turnisbin
in and Foxes of Iisonri.-FOl';
For permanent annuity money, per land office held by said :
commissioner the general Indians with such aid and assistance in
hundred and thousand four Imiidred dollars agricultn.;
twenty-fourth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven
treaty unaccounted for and not deposited -
late receiver Brindle, nil aid mech.-inical pursuits including the 'of
of the :
twenty-six and fifth article treaty seventh August at five centum muter the direction working
thousand dol in the. United States: treasury, six thousand eight October the null provided for iu the first part of this article
eighteen hundred and filty-six twenty Present second article treatyteventytint as
Provided per
nul cents
dollars thirty :
hundred and eighteen thousand the Secretary: of tho Interior may consider advantage-
hundred and thirty-seven, seven
lars.For That when said stun shall be received it shall bo eighteen aid for them second article
permanent provision for blacksmith and assistant ; hundred and seventy dollars. oils : necessary per treaty
and, for shop and tools, per eighth article treaty paid into the treasury ot the of United States. last of SI'Jlliuoll's.-For the ninth often instalments for the twt'lfthImh., eighteen hundred and fifty.eglit, rr1ethousand a
and \lkhigan.-"or "
Ottawas Chippewas dollars.
hundred and twenty- article seventh ) five hundred ::
twenty-fourth January, eighteen support schools per eighth treaty >
for educational:
annual purposes
six, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen ten be equal under the direction of the 1'rt-llcnt, August! eighteen hundred vend llfty-six, three thousand I D" Vautishand other allied Tribes in Washington
expended sixth instalment
dollars. to To.'rritoryFor on one hundred
hundred and fifty-six, eight hundred and forty dollars. and
,>.," according to the wishes of the Indians so far as maybe ; thousand dollars under the direction of the
titty President
For permanent provision for iron and steal shop, For the ninth of ten installment for agricultural as
per eighth article treaty twenty-fourth January: eigh- reasonable and just, per second article of the treaty. sistance, per eighth article treaty seventh August ; per six article treat* nty-second January,
article of thirty-first July: eighteen hundred and tinsix.lfivu[ eighteen hundred and fitlyn thousand dollars
teen hundredaud twenty-six, aud fifth treaty eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two thousand dollars :
two eight thousand dollars. of For sixth of twenty insta*. for the establish
seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six For the ninth of ten instalments for the support
For last of ten instalments for the support of four
ment and support of an agric uiral and industrials
hundred and dollars. eighth article treaty
seventy smiths and smiths' shop's, per :
I blacksmith shops per second article of the treaty ofthirtyfirst and said school with suitable
hoof provid
wheelWright instructor
f For permanent provision for the pay of a seventh: August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two
hundred and four
eighteen nity-live
1 per eighth article treaty twenty-fourth January July, thousand: two hundred dollars.For 01 instructors, per fourteenth article treaty twenty-

eighteen hundred and twenty-six and fifth article thousand two hundred and forty dollars. : live centum: interest on two hundred and second! January eighteen hundred and fifty-five,
For last of ten instalments of principal payable annually per
J treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, thousand dollars, to bo paid as amity per eighth; three thousand dollars.
t I six hundred dollais. for ten years, to be \mtctlpcr capita in the fifty article seventh August eighteen hundred and For sixth ot twenty instalments for the establishment .
during usual manner of paying annuities, per second articleof treaty and support of a smith and carpenter shop
: For blacksmith and n.ssistmtIlII shop and tools twelve thousand! live hundred dollar.0.Tor and
: the pleasureof the President, per fifth article the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and interes-t en two hundred :and fifty thousand dol- to tarnish them with the necessary tools, per fourteenth
i treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty -six, fifty-five, ten thousand( dollars.For dollars; at live per centum to bo paid as annuity,they article treaty twenty second January eighteen hundred
interest two hundred and.six t lousallt dollars
on five hundred dollars.
and! i'.fty-fi\e,
eight'hundred and dollars. article
forty brethren west eighth
I their per
For iron and steel for shop:; during the pleasure of I unpaid part of the principal sum of three hundred and having s'euh j joined August, eigeteen: hundred and fifty !six.iwche For sixth of twenty instalments for the employmentof

the President, per fifth article treaty fourteenth February : six thousand dollars for one year at five per centum treaty: thousand five hundred dollars. a blacksmith, carpenter farmer, and physician who

eighteen: hundred and thirty-three, and liivh. article per annum, to be distributed per capita, in the luual For annuity in specie, per' haH ftu rni-sh. medicines for the Nick, per fourteenth
Senecas.- permanent
manner: of paying annuities, per second article of tho tide twenty-second January,eighteen hundred
and fif tl't'aty-
hundred al
treaty seventh August! eighteen article: twenty-ninth September} eighteenhundred !
{ ty-six two hundred and seventy dollars. treaty of thirty-lirst July, eighteen hundred and fifty fourth. and treaty seventeen, live hundred dollars. u1l1tiHj' five four thousand MX: hundred dollars.Makah .

For wagon-maker during the pleasure of the President live, ten thousand three hundred dollars. annuity in specie= per fourth article : Tribe.-For last of three instalments on
For last of ten equal annual instalments on thirty- [:'or }permanent thousand dollars, under tlw'direction of the
fourteenth thirty
per fifth article treaty February, eighteen seventeenth September' eighteen hmulied: amid
hundred and thirty-three, and fifth article treaty five thousand dollars, in lieu of former t treaty stipula-' treaty five hundred dollars. President, per fifth article treaty thirty-first January,

seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six! six lions. to be paid per capita to the Grand River Ottawasper eighteen For; blacksmith, and :iy>i-tant, shop and tools, and eighteen hundred and fitty-five, tno thousand dollars.
hundred dollars. second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, the pleasure of the President t'Ol" sixth ot"twenty instalments for the support of
iron and steel, during
the eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three t thousand\'e agricultural and industrial school and for of
For assistance in agricultural operations during fourth article treaty twenty-eighth February eighteen I an : pay
pleasure: of the President, per eighth article treaty hundred dollars.Pawnees.For. per hundred and thirty-one, one thousand and sixty teachers: per eleventh: article treaty thirty-first January
: third of five instalments of the second
twenty-fourth January, eighteen hundred aud twenty- eighteen hundred and thirt --t'E:', two thousand

sir, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen series in goods and such articles as may bo necessaryfor dollars.For:miller during; the pleasure of the President per five hundred dollars.
thousand dollars. them, per second article treaty twenty-fourth Sep For sixth of tVt'ntiustalmeuts for of
( hundred and fifty-six, two fourth article treaty twenty-eighth February, eighteen support a
For education during the pleasure of the President, tember, eighteen hundred and lifty-s-e\ea, thirty thou hundred and thirty-one, six hundred dollars. smith and carpenter's shop, and to provide the nect s nary -

per fifth article treaty fourteenth February, eighteen sand dollars. Seiic-cas of New York.-For permanent annuity, in tools therefor, per eleventh article treaty thirtyfirstJanuary

hundred and thirty three and fifth article"treaty se- For support of two manual labor schools annually, I' lieu of interest on stock, per act of nineteenth February eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred
the of the President third article
ven August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, one thousand during pleasure per eighteen hundred and thirjy-one, six thousand dollars. _
dollars treaty twenty-fourth September, eighteen hundred and For sixth of twenty instalments lor the employmentof

--For five per centum interest on two hundred tllous.\\ fifty-seven, ten thousand dollars. dollars.(For interest in lieu of investment on seventy-five a blacksmith carpenter, fanner, and p ysician who

t and dollars for purposes of education per sixth article For pay of two teachers;, under the direction of the thousand dollars, at five per centum per act of twenty- shall furnish medicines for the sick, per eleventharticle

treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty.six, President per third article treaty twenty fourth September seventh .Tuiu-, eighteen hundred and forty-six, three treaty thirty-first January, eighteen hundred and fifty-
hundred and thous-
eighteen fifty-seven one thousand six hundred dollars.
ten thousand dollars. thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars five, four

Delawares.-For life annuity to chief, per private and two hundred dollars. For interest, at five per centum, and forty-three Walla Walla, Cay use, and Umatilta TribcForfir8t
of iron and steel and other necessariesfor
; articles to For purchase of five instalments of second series, to be
supplemental treaty twenty-fourth September thousand and fifty dollars, transferred from Ontario expended
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, to treaty of the shop during the pleasure of the President, per Bank to the United States treasury per act of twenty- under the direction of the President, per second article

\, third October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, one teen fourth hundred article and treaty fifty-seven twenty-fourth, five hundred September dollars., eigh- seventh June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, two treaty ninth June eighteen hundred and fify-fve. six
hundred dollars. dollars.
dollars and
hundred and fifty-two fifty
thousand one
t For pay of two blacksmiths, one of whom to be a 'li of instalments for the
t For interest on forty-six thousand and eighty dollars cents For six twenty purchase of
I at five per centum being the value of thirty-six sections gunsmith and tinsmith, per fourth article treaty twenty Senecas, and Shawnees.-For permanent annuity; in all necessary mill fixtures mechanical tools, medicines -

1 of land set apart by treaty of eighteen hundred and fourth thousand September two hundred,eighteen dollars.hundred and fift -sevcn, specie, per fourth article treaty seventeenth September and hospital stores, books and stationer for

twenty-nine for education, two thousand three hundred one eighteen hundred and eighteen one thousand school, and furniture for the ) per
t t and four dollars. : For compensation of two strikers or apprentices in article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred iifty-
dollars. all
lowas.-Forinterest in lieu of investment on fifty shop, per fourth article of treaty twenty-fourth September For blacksmith and assistantshop and tools.aud iron five, three thousand dollars.

I \ I.. seven thousand five hundred dollars, balance of one I eighteen dollars.hundred and fitty-seven, four hundred and steel for shop, during the pleasure of the President, For sixth of twenty instalments for the pay aud subsistence -

{ l 5 hundred and fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollors, and eighty of ten instalments for utensils per fourth article treaty twentieth July, eighteen hundred of one superintendent of farming operations,
For farming
+ I I to the first of July, eighteen hundred and sixt -six, at eighth the of the I and thirty-one, one thousand and sixty dollars, one farmer, two millers, one blacksmith, one wagon
and stock pleasure President
l" five per centum per annum, for education or other during per I Shawuees.-For permanent annuity for educational and plough maker, one carpenter, and joiner, one
l beneficial under the direction of the President fourth article treaty twenty-fourth September, eighteen and two teachers, per fourth article
purposes and thousand purposes, per fourth article treaty third August:; seventeen physician, treaty
hundred hun
fifty-seven one two
i+ ."' two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dred dollars. hundred and ninety-five, and third article treaty l June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eleven

dollars. tenth May eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand thousand two hundred dollars.
farmer fourth articie
For of
t t = pay per treaty twenty- :For of twenty intalments for the pay of each of
Kansas.-For interest in lieu of investment on two fourth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, dollars. sixth
k hundred thousand dollars, at five per centum per an- six hundred dollars. For twelfth instalment of interest, at five per cen the head chiefs of the Walla Walla Cayuse and Uica-

num, ten thousand dollars. For seventh of ten instalments for pay: of miller, at tum, on forty; thousand dollars for education, per third tilla bands, the sum of five hundred dollars perannum

Kickapoos.-For twelfth instalment of interest at the discretion of the President, per fourth article trea article treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty- per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundredand

five per centum, on one hundred thousand dollars for twenty-fourth September, eighteen hundred and four, two thousand dollars. fft-fve. one thousand five hundred dollars.

educational and other beneficial purposes, five thous- fifty-seven six hundred dollars. For permanent annuity for educational purposes, per twenty instalments for sala for the

and dollars. *>, For seventh of ten instalments for pay of an engineer, fourth article treaty twenty-ninth September, eighteen son of Pio-pio-mox-mox. per fifth treaty ninth

For twelfth instalment on twvi. hundred thousand at the discretion of the President, per fourth article hundred and seventeen, and third article treaty tenth June eighteen hundred and fifty.fion hundred

dollars, to be paid in eighteen hundr r i and sixty-five, treaty twenty-fourth September, eighteen hundred and May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four two thousand I dollar,
I Nations. For first of five
Yakama intalments of
1 per second article treaty eighteenth SJay, eighteen filly-seven, one thousand two hundred dollars. dollars.
1 hundred and fifty-four, seven thousand doi rs.I For compensation to apprentices, to assist in work- Six Nations of New York.-For permanent annuityin second series, for benefical objects at the discretion uf

R ... enomonees.-For tenth of twelve instalments for ing the mill, per fourth article treaty twenty-four Sep clothing and other useful articles per sixth article the President per fourth article treaty ninth June,

continuing and keeping up a blacksmith shop and tember, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, five hundred treaty eleventh November, seventeen hundred and eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eight thousand dollars.
providing the usual quantity of iron and steel, per dollars. ninety-four, four thousand five hundred dollars. For six of twenty instalments for the support of two

; fourth article treaty eighteenth October, eighteen hundred For grist and saw mill, and keeping the same in repair Treaty of:Fori Laramie.-For last of five inst alment8 schools, one of which is to be an agricultural and industrial -

t' and forty-eight, and third article treaty twelfth three hundred dollars. at the discretion of the President, in provisions and school; keeping in repair school-buildings,

May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred Pottawatomies pi Huron.-For permanent annuity merchandize, for payment of annuities and transportation and for providing suitable furniture, books, and stationery .

and sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents. money or otherwise per second article treaty seventeenth of the same to certain tribes Indians, seventy per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen

For last of ten instalments of annuity upon two hundred November, eighteen hundred< and seven, four thousand dollars. hundred and fifty five, five hundred dollars.

thousand dollarsbalance of three hundred and fiftyI' hundred dollars.Pottawatomies.For. Umpquas (Cow Creek Band.)-:For twelfth: of twenty For sixth of twenty y instalments for the employmentof

thousand dollars for cession of lands, per fourth article permanent annuity in silver, instalments in blankets, clothing provision, and superintendent of teaching and twa teachers,

I' treaty eighte nth October, eighteen hundred and forty per fourth article treaty third August, seventeen Li.u- stock, per third article treaty nineteenth September, per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred

eight, and third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen dred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars. eighteen bundled< and fifty-three, five hundred and and fifty-fve. three thousand two hundred dollars. '
hundred and fifty-four thousand .' +>f twenty instalments for the employmentof
: twenty dollars. For permanent annuity in silver per third article fifty dollars..
For tenth of fifteen instalments lor of miller one superintendent, of farming and two farmers, two
per treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and nine, and Calapooias of Umpqua Valley Ore-
j t third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen hundred and five hundred dollars. first of five instalments of the third'series blacksmiths, one tinner,one gunsmithonecarpenter, 2
fifty-four, six hundred dollars. gon.-For millers and one wagon and plough makerpr fifth article
For permanent annuity iu silver third article of annuity for beneficial objects, to be expended as
Miamies of Kansas.-For permanent provision for per treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and
blacksmith and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, treaty second< October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, directed by the President, per third article treaty nine- nine thousand four hundred dollars. fify-fh.(

per fifth article treaty sixth October, eighteen hundred two thousand five hundred dollars. teenth September eighteen hundred Iud fiftv-thrce, For sixth of twenty instalments keeping in repairsiw

t and eighteen,and fourth article treaty June fifth, eigh- For permanent annuity in money, per second article one thousand seven hundred dollars. and flouring mills, an.l for furnishing the necessary -

t teen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred< and forty treaty twentieth September, eighteen hundred and For eleventh of fifteen instalments for the pay ot a tools and fixtures per fifth article treaty ninth

dollars. twenty-eight two thousand dollars. > physician and purchase of medicines, per !sixth' article June, eighteen hundred and fifty-live, five hundred
For permanent annuity in specie ler second article treaty twenty-ninth November eighteen hundred and dollars.

For permanent provision for miller, in lieu of gunsmith treaty twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and twen fifty-lour, two thousand dollars. For sixth of twenty nstalments for.keeping in repair
t ,per fifth article treaty sixth October, eighteen ty-nine, sixteen thousand dollars. For eleventh of twenty instalments for the pay of a and
the the
hundred and eighteen, fifth article treaty twenty- For life annuity to chief per third article treaty teacher and purchase of books and stationery' per sixtharticle hospital, providing necessary'medicines
and fixtures tuerefor, per fifth article treaty ninth
third October, eighteen hundred and thirty four, and twentieth October, eighteen hundred and thirty two treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred -
June three hundred
fourth article treaty fifth of June eighteenlundred ,
eighteen hundred two hundred dollars. I and fitty-four, one thousand four hundred and
I and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. For life to chiefs dollars. dolars.
annuity itcr third article treaty fifty
of instalments for the of
twenty aphysician
For interest on fifty thousand dollars pay
at five per twenty-sixth September, eighteen hundred and thirty- Winncba ocs. For interest on one million dollars,
per fifth article treaty ninth June, (
centum for educational ,
purposes, per third article three hundred dollars. five fourth article
seven at per centum, per treaty first November -
treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four two For education the hundred and hundred and fifty-five, one thousand four hundred
thousand five hundred during pleasure of congress per eighteen thirty-seven, fifty thousand dollars.
-I C For sixth of instalments third article treaty sixteenth October eighteen hun dollars. For six of twenty instalments for keeping in repair
twenty upon two hundred dred and twenty six, second: article treaty twentieth For nineteenth of thirty instalments of interest on
the buildings for the various and
thousand required employees,
third article
fifth June
per treaty hundred thousand dollars at five
eighteen hundred and September, eighteen and twenty eight, and eighty-five per centum, per providing the necessary furniture therefor, per
fifty-four, seven thousand five
fourth article thirteenth
fourth article October
treaty twenty-seventh October eighteen treaty eighteen him
hundred dollars. fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and
hunnrcd and thirty-two five thousand dollars. tired and forty-six, four thousand two hundred and
three hundred dollars.For .
Miamies of Indis ninety-five,
na-For interest
two hundred
and For permanent provision for the payment of money fifty dollars. sixth of twenty instalments for the salary of such
twenty-one thousand two hundred and
dollars and eighty-six cents, uninvested, at fifty-seven five in lieu of tobocco, iron and steel per second article For the payment of goods purchased for the Wiune- person as the said confederated tribes and bands ofn-
per twentieth
V centum, for Miami Indians of Indiana, per Senate's treaty :September, eighteen hundred and bagocs, :Mississippi, Sioux, and Yanctou Sioux to replace dians may select to be their head -chief, per

i4r amendment fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen and twenty-eight seventeenth, and June tenth article of the treaty of the fifth those lost by the burning of the steamer "Wel cle treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and tiftyfYl.11e

hundred and fifty-four eleven thousand and sixty-two three hundred dollars., eighteen hundred and forty-six come" ::t Saint Louis on the fifteenth day of July, hundred dollars.

dollars and eighty-nine cents. eighteen hundred and sixty-four, fifty-four thousand. Noz Perce Indians.-For sixth of twenty instalments
Miamies.-Eel River.-For permanent in For permanent provision for three blacksmiths and seven hundred aud-seyent-one dollars and eightythreecents I for the of two schools, one of which to be au

goods or otherwise, per fourth article treaty annuity third August assistants, and permanent provisions for iron and steel : ; and to replace the goods destined for Indians agricultural Sllllor and industrial school; keeping in repair
for third
_ seventeen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred shops hundred, per article treaty sixteenth October, in New Mexico, which were burned on the steamer school-buildings, and for providing suitable furniture,

dollars. eighteen and twenty-six, second article treaty "Welcome" at Saint Louis on the fifteenth day of July, books and stationery per fifth. article treaty eleventh

twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty- eighteen hundred and sixty-four, two thousand seven June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred
For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise per eight, and second article treaty tweuty-ninth July, hundred and forty-live dollars and eighty-three cents dollars.

i ., third article treaty twenty first August, eighteen hun eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two thousand ono and to replace the goods destined for Indians in tho; For sixth of twenty instalments lor the employment
dred and five two
hundred and dollars. hundred and sixty dollars and to
J. ; supply n deficiency Territory of Utah, which were burned on one of the of one superintendent of teaching and two teachers
t For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per in this appropriation for the current fiscal year, seven wagons transporting the same from Nebraska city to per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred
third and separate article to hundred and fourteen
thirtieth Se dollars.
treaty ptem- : Utah, on the twenty-second day of August eighteen and nfty- vo, three thousand two hundred dollars.
ber, eighteen and nine, three hundred and dol For permanent provision fo"r barrels of salt
and iu
hundred si
lars. sixty-four, ?; thousand three hundred For !sixth of twenty instalments for keeping repair
= per second article of treaty twenty-ninth July eighteen and thirty-one dollars and thirty-eight cents : Provi blacksmiths'" tinsmiths', gunsmiths', carpentcl
NisquaUy, Puyallup and other Tribes and hundred and
Bands of twenty-nine two hundred and
t ,
fifty dedhowever That and
lia11S.-"or any taoeeys! to be recovered for and wagon and plough makers': shops,
instalment, in part payment fort dollars. insurance upon said goods shall be refunded to the ding necessary tools therefor, per fifth article treaty ;
.; relinquishment of title to lands, to be applied. to bene For interest on dx hundred and forty-three thousand treasury of the United States. eleventh June eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five

ficial objects, per fourth article treaty twenty-sixth I! dollars, at five per centum, per seventh article of For the payment of awards made by the hundred dollars. ,

f' December, eighteen hundred and fifty-four twelve the treaty of the fifth and seventeenth June, eighteen of the Interior to be Secretary the employment
: t x hundred dollars. paid as damages growing out of For sixth of twenty instalments for
1j j hundred and forty-six, thirty-two thousand one hundred the loss and destruction of improvements made upon of one superintendent of farming, and two farmers
For eleventh of
twenty instalments and dollars.
for of fifty
\ pay instructor the lands known one gunsmith -
as the Wcnebago Reservation, in two millers, two blacksmiths, one tinner,
smith, physician, farmer Quapaws.-For education the of the
carpenter during
assistant pleasure Blue Earth County:: nllesota, by the bona fide actual one carpenter, and one wagon and plough
if necessary, per tenth article treaty twenty President, per third article treaty thirteenth May, settlers thereon under the preemption laws of the maker, per fifth article treaty eleventh Jane eighteen

r 1 ;y sixth thousand December seven,hundred eighteen dollars.hundred and fifty-four six eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand dol United States, before the same was selected and set hundred and fifty-five, nine thousand four hundred

"- ."\; Omaha,,.-For the eighth of ten instalments of this lars.For blacksmith: and assistant, shop and tools and apart made as pursuant an Indian to an reservation act of congress, and which entitled aw t"ltVa"An act!! dollars.For sixth of twenty instalments for keeping in repairfaw E

\ amount, per fourth article sixteenth iron and steel for the of the
treaty March shop
during pleasure for the relief of furnishing the
preemptors on the home reservation of and flouring mills and for necessary
i eighteen hundred and fifty four, thirty thousand dol- resident, per third article treaty thirteenth May, thin Winnebagoes.. in the blue Earth region in the Stateof tools and fixtures,therefor, per fft article ,
lars. eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand. and )Minnesota" fifty-five, f,*
approved eleventh hundred
July fourteenth June
eighteen eighteen : t
: ; :. For pay of miller and :I!lqt*taut miller, farmer blriek- sixty dollar hundred
and to bo paid: to the several:; lidred dollars.


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