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JAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
P.iased -it the Second Session of the Thirty-seventh
Conyress, which was begun and held at the City of
Washington, in the District of Columbia, on
Monday, the second day of December, A. D. 1S61,
and aided on Thursday, the 17th day of July,
A. D. 18C2.
Abraham Lincoln, President. Hannibal Ham
lin, Vice President, and President of the Sen
ate. Solomon Foote was eleeted President
of the Senate, pro tempore, on the eightenth,
day of July, and continued so to act until the
close of the session. Galdsha A. Grow,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Sec. 45. And be it further enacted. That
every person who, on the first day of August
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, shall be
the owner of any still, boilor, or other vessel,
used or intended to be used for the purpose
of distilling spirituous liquors, as hereinbe
fore provided, or who shall have such still,
boiler, or other vessel under his superinten
dence, either as agent for the owner or on
his own account, and every person who, after
said day, shall use or intend to use any still,
boiler, or other vessel, as aforesaid, either as
owner, agent, or otherwise, shall from day to
day make true and exact entry, or cause to
Sec. 46. And be it further enacted, That
the collector of any district may grant a
permit to the owner or owners of any distil
lery within his district to send or ship any
spirits, the product of said distillery, after
the quantity and proof thereof shall have
been ascertained by inspection according to
the provisions of this act, to any place with
out said district and within the United
States ; and in such case the bill of lading
or receipt, (which shall be in such form as
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue may
direct) of the same shall be taken in the
name of the collector of the district in which
the distillery is situate, and the spirits afore
said shall be consigned, in such bill of la
ding or receipt, to the collector of the dis
trict in which the place is situate, whither
the said spirits is sent or shipped, and the
amount of duties upon said spirits shall be
stated in the receipt ; and upon the arrival :
of the spirits, and upon the demand of the i
collector aforesaid, the agent of the distil- '
lery (and the name of the agent for the con- j
venience of the collector, shall always ap-
pear in the bill of lading or receipt") shall '
pay the duties upon the said spirits, with 1
the expense of freight, and every other ex- I
pense which has accrued thereupon ; and i
the said collector, upon the payment of the '
duties aforesaid, shall deliver the bill of la-
ding or receipt and the spirits to the agent
of said distillery ; and if the duties are not j
paid as aforesaid, then the said spirits shall
be stored at the risk and cost of the owner !
or agent thereof, who shall pay an addition !
often per centum thereupon; and all the;
general provisions of this act, in reference to
liens, penalties and forfeitures, as also in i
reference to the collection shall apply there
to, and be enforced by the collector of the
district in which the spirits may lie : Provi
ded, That no permit shall be granted, un
der this section, for a -quantity lets than titty
barrels: And provided further. That the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, under
the direction of the Secretary of the Treasu
ry, may make such further regulations, and
require such further securities, as he may
deem proper in order to protect the revenue
and to carry out the spirit and intent of this
Sec. 47. And be it further enacted, That
distilled spirits may be removed from the !
place of manufacture for the purpose of be- j
ing exported, or for the purpose of being re- i
aistiileu tor export, and hne coal oil may be
removed for the purpose of being exported',
after the quantity of spirits or oil so removed
shall have been ascertained bv inspection.
according to the provisions of this act, upon :
and witlTthe written permission of the col- j
lector or deputy collector of the district,
without, payment of the tluties thereon pre- j
vious to such removal, the owner thereof j
having first given bond to the Tnited States '
with sufficient sureties, in the manner and
j form and under regulations prescribed by i
tue commissioner ot internal Revenue, and j
in at least double the amount of said duties
to export the said spirits or oil or pay the
duties thereon within such time as may be
prescribed by the Commissioner, which time
shall be stated in said bond: Provided,
That any person desiring to give such bond
shall first make oath, before the collector or
i deputy collector to whom he may apply for
a permit 10 remove any such spirits or oil,
in manner and form to be prescribed by
said Commissioner, that he intends to ex
port such liquors or oil, and that be desires
to obtain said permit for no other purpose
whatever; and any collector or deputy col
lector is hereby authorized to administer
such oath : And provided further, That no
such removal shall be permitted where the
amount of duties docs not exceed the sum of
three hundred dollars, nor in any case where
the person desiring such permission has
failed to perform the obligation of any bond
previously given to the United States for
the removal of any such articles, until the j
same shall have been fully kept and per-
formed. Anil the collector of the district
in which any such bond may be given is an- I
thorized to cancel said bond on payment of
said duties, with interest thereon, at a rate
to be fixed by said Commissioner, and nil
proper charges, if said liquors or oil shall
not have been exported, or upon satisfactory
proof that the same have been duly exported
as aforesaid. And in case of the breach of
the obligation of any such bond, the same
shall be forthwith forwarded by the collec
tor of the district to the Commissioner of 5
iiiternal Revenue, to be by him placed in j
the hands of the First Comptroller of the 5
Treasury, who shall cause the same pro- j
ceedings to be taken thereon, for the pur-
pose of collecting the duties, interest and
charges aforesaid, as-are provided in this j
act in case of a delinquent collector. j
Sec. 48. And be it further enacted, That
the entries made in the books of the distil- j
ler, required to be kept in the foregoing 3
section, shall on the first, tenth and twenti- 1
cth days ot each and every month, or within !
five days thereafter, be verified by oath or j
affirmation, to be taken as aforesaid, of the
person or persons by whom such entries f
shall have been made, which oath oi affirm
ation 6hall bo certified at the end of such
entries by the collector or officer administer
ing the same, and shall be in substance, 83
follows ; "I do swear (or affirm) that the
foregoing entries were made by me on the
respective days specified, and that thy
state, according to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the whole quantity of spirituous
liquors distilled and sold, or removed for
consumption or sale, at the distillery owned
by . in the county of , amount
gallons, according to proof
prescribed by the laws of the United States."
Sec. 49. And be it further enacted, That
the owner, agent or superintendent afore
said, shall in case the original entries re
quired to be made in his books by this act
shall not have been made by himself, sub
join to the oath or affirmation of the person
by whom they were made the following oath
or affirmation, to be taken as aforesaid : " I
do swear (or affirm) that, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, the foregoing entries
are just and true, and that I have taken all
the means in my power to make them so."
Sec. 50. And be it further enacted, That
on and after the first day of August, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two, there shall be
paid on all beer, lager beer, ale, porter, and
other similar fermented liquors, by whatever
name such liquors may be called," a duty of
one dollar for each and every barrel con
taining not more than thirty-one gallons,
and at a like rate for any other quantity or
for fractional parts of a barrel, which shall
be brewed or manufactured and sold or re
moved for consumption or sale within the
United States or the territories thereof, or
within the district, of Columbia, after that
day ; which duty shall be paid by the own
er, agent, or superidtendent of the brewery
or premises in which such fermented liquors
shall be made, and shall be paid at the time
of rendering the accounts of such fermented
liquors so chargeable with duty, as required
to be rendered by the following section of
this act : Provided, That fractional parts of
a barrel shall be halves, quarters, eighths,
and sixteenths, and any fractional part con
taining less than one-sixteenth shall be ac
counted one-sixteenth ; more than one-sixteenth
and not more than one-eighth, shall
be accounted one-eighth ; more than one
eighth and not more than one-quarter, shall
be accounted one-quarter; more than one
quarter, and not more than one-half, shall
be accounted one half; more than one-half
shall be accounted one barrel.
Sec. 51. And be it further enacted, That
every person who, on said first day of Au
gust, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, shall
be the owner or occupant of any brewery or
premises used or intended to be U:ed for the
purpose ot brewing or making such ferment
ed liquors, or who shall have such premises
under his control or superintendence, as
agent for the owner or occupant, or shall
have in his possi-ssion or custody any vessel :
or vessels intended to be used on said prem
ises in the manufacture of beer, tyger beer,
ale, porter, or other similar fermented liquor
either as owner, agent, or otherwise, shall,
from day to day enter or cause to be entered j
in a book to be kept by him for that pur-
pose, and which shall be open at all times, J
except Sundays, between the rising and set- j
ting of the sun, for the inspection of said i
collector, who may make any minutes or j
memorandums or transcripts thereof, the j
quantities of grain or other vegetable pro-j
ductious or other substances, put into the
mash-tub, or otherwise used for the purpose I
of producing beer, or for any other purpose, ;
and the quantity or number of barrels and ;
fractional parts of barrels of fermented liq- '
uors made and sold, or removed for con- j
sumption or sale, keeping separate accounts ;
of the several kinds and descriptions ; and ''
shall render to said collector, on the first i
day of each month in each year, or within j
ten days thereafter, a general account in wri- ;
ting taken from his books of the quantities j
of grain or other vegetable productions or j
other substances, put into the mash-tub, or ;
otherwise used for the purpose of producing I
beer or for any other purpose, and the quan-
tity or number of barrels and fractional j
parts of barrels of each kind of fermented j
liquors made and sold, or removed for con- i
sumption or sale, for one month preceding
said day ; and shall verify, or cause to be
verified, the said entries, reports, books, and
general accounts, on oath or affirmation, to
be taken before the collector or some other
officer authorized by the laws of the State to
administer the same according to the form
required by this act where the same is pre
scribed ; and shall also pay to the said col
lector the duties which, by "this act ought to
be paid on the liquor made and sold, or re
moved for consumption or sale, in the said
accounts mentioned, at the time of render
ing the account thereof, as aforesaid. But
where the manufacturer of any beer, lager
beer, or ale, manufactures the same in' one
collection district, and owns or hires a depot
or warehouse for the storage and sale of such
beer, lager beer, or ale in another collection
district, he may instead of pa3-ingto the col
lector of the district where the same was
manufactured the duties chargeable thereon,
present to such collector or his deputy an
invoice of the quantity or number of barrels
about to be removed for the purpose of sto
rage and sale, specifying in such invoice
with reasonable certainty the depot or ware
house in which he intends to place such
beer, lager beer, or ale ; and thereupon such
collector or deputy shall indorse on such in
voice his permission for such removal, and
shall at the same time transmit to the col
lector of the district in which such depot or
"whorehouse is situated a duplicate of such
invoice; and thereafter the manufacturer of
the beer, lager beer, or ale so removed ihall
render the same account and pay the same
duties, and be subject to the same liabilities
and penalties as if the beer, lager beer, or ale
so removed had been manufactured in the
district. The Commissioner of Internal
Revenue may prescribe such rules as he may
deem necessary for the purpose of carrying
the provisions of this section into effect
Sec. 52. And be it further enacted. That
the entries made in the books required to be
kept by the foregoing section shall, on said
first day of each and every month, or within
ten days thereafter, be verified by the oath
or affirmation, to be taken as aforesaid, of
the person or persons by whom such entries
shall have been made, which oath or affirma
tion shall be certified at the end of such
entries by the collector or officer administer
ing the same, and shall be, in substance, as
" I do swear (or affirm) that the foregoing-
entries were made oy me on tue respective
days specified, and that they state, accordiag
to the best of my knowledge and belief, the
whole quantity of fermented liquors either
brewed or brewed and sold at the brewery
owned by , in the county of ,
amounting to barrels."
Sec. 53. And be it further enacted, That
the owner, agent, or superintendent aforesaid.
shall, in case the original entries required to
be made in his uooks shall not have- been
made by himself, subjoin to the oath or af
firmation the following oath or afiirmation,
to be taken as atoresoid :
" I do swear (or affirm) that, to the beet of
my knowledge and beuef, the- foregoing
entries are just and true, and that 1 liaye
taken all the means in my po-wer to make
Sec. 54. And be it further enacted, That
the owner, agent, or superintendent of any
vessel or vessels used in making fermented
liquors, or of any still, boiler: or other vessel
used in the distills tion of spirits, on, which
duty is payable, who shah neglect or refuse
to make true and exact entry and report of
the same, or to do, or cause to be done, any
of the things by this act required to be done
as aforesaid, shall forfeit for every such neg
lect or refuscl all the liquors and spirits made
by or for him, and all the vessels used in
making the same, and the stills, boilers, and
other vessels used in distillation, together
with the sum of -five hundred dollars, to be
recovered with costs of suit ; which said
liquors or spirits, with the vessels contain
ing the same, with all the yessels used in
making the same, may be seized by any col
lector of internal duties, and held by him
until a decision shall be had thereon accord
ing to law : Provided, That such seizure be
made within thirty days after the cause for
the same may have occurred, .and that pro
ceedings to enforce said forfeiture shall have
been commenced by such collector within
twenty days after the seizure thereof. And
the proceedings to enforce said forfeiture of
said property shall be in the nature of a pro
ceeding in rem, in the circuit or district court
of the 'United States for the district where
such seizure is made, or in any other court of
Sec. 55. And be it further enacted, That
in all cases in which the duties aforesaid,
payable on spirituous liquors distilled and
sold, or removed for consumption or sale, or
beer, lager beer, ale, porter, and other similar
fermented liquors, shall not be paid at the
time of rendering the account of the same, as
herein required, the person or persons
chargeable therewith shall pay, in addition,
ten per centum on the amount thereof; and,
until such duties with such addition shall be
paid, they shall be and remain a lien upon
the distillery where such liquors have been
distilled, or the brewery where such liquors
have been brewed, and upon the stills, boilers,
vats, and all other implements thereto be
longing, until the same shall have been paid ;
and in case of refusal or neglect to pay said
duties, with the addition, within ten davs
after the same shall have become payable,
the amount thereof may be recovered bv dis
traint and sale of the goods, chattels, and
effects of the delinquent ; and, in case ot such
distraint, it shall be the duty of the officer
charged with the collection to make, or cause
to be made, an account of the goods chattels,
or effects which may be distrained, a copy of
which, signed by the officer making such
distraint, shall be left with the owner or
possessor of such goods, chattels, or effects,
at his, her, or their dwelling, with a note of
tin; sum demanded, and the time and place
of sale; and said officer shall forthwith cause
a notification to be published in some news
paper, if any there be, within the count7,
and publicly posted up at the post-office
nearest to the residence of the person whose
property shall be distrained, or at the court
house of the same county, if not more than
ten miles distant, which notice shall specify
the articles distrained, and the time and
place proposed for the sale thereof, which
time shall not be less than ten days from the
date of such notification, and the place pro
posed for sale not more than five miles distant
from the place of making such distraint :
Provided, That in every case of distraint for
the poyment of the duties aforesaid, the
goods, chattels, or effects so distrained may
and shall be restored to the owner or pos
sessor if, prior to the sale thereof, payment or
tender thereof shall be made to the proper
officer charged with the collection, of the full
amount demanded, together with such fee
for levying and advertising, and such sum
for the necessary and reasonable expenses of
removing and keeping the goods, chattels;
and effects so distrained as may be allowed
in like cases bv the laws or practice of the
State or Territory wherein the distraint shall
have been made ; but in case of non-payment
or neglect to tender as aforesaid, the said
officer shall proceed to sell the said goods,
chattels, and effects at public auction, after
due notice of the time and place of sale, and
may and shall retain from the proceeds of
such sale the amouni demandable for the use
of the United States, with the said necessary
and reasonable expenses of said distraint and
sale, as aforesaid, and a commission of five
per centum thereon for his.own use ; render
ing the overplus, if any there be, to the
person whose goods, chattels, nnd effects
shall have been distrained.
Sec. 56. And be it further: enacted. That
every person licensed as aforesaid to distil
spirituous liquors, or licensed as a brewer,
shall, once in each month, upon the request
of the assessor, or assistant assessor for the
district in which his business as a distiller or
brewer may be carried' on, respectively,,
furnish the assessor or assistant assessor with
an abstract of the entries upon his books,
herein provided to be made, showing the
amount of spirit.uous liquor distilled and sold,
or removed for consumption or sale, or of
beer, lager beer, ale, porter, or other fer
mented liquor raada and sold, or removed for
consumption or salej during the preceding
month, respectively ; the truth and correct
ness ot which abstract shall be vennea rty
the oath of the party bo furnishing the same.
And the said assessor or assistant assessor
shall have the right to examine the books of
such person for-the purpose of ascertaining
the correctness ot such abstract. Ana tor
ar.y neglect to furnish such abstract when re
quested, or refusal to furnish an examination
of the books as aforesaid, the person so neg
lecting shall, forfeit the sum of five hundred
Sec, 57. And be it further enacted. That
from and after the first day of August,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, no person,
association ot persons, or corporation, snail
be engaged in, prosecute, or carry on, either
of the trades or occupations mentioned in
section sixty-four of this act, until he or they
shall; have obtained a license therefor in the
manner hereinafter provided
Sec 58. And be it further enacted, That
every person, association of persons, partner
ship or corporation, desiring to oDtam a
license to engage in anv. of the trades or oc
cupations named in the sixty-fourth section
ef this act, shall register with the assistant
assessor of the assessment district in which
he shall design to carry on such trade or oc
cupation, first, his or their name or style:
and in case of an association or partnership,
the names ot the several persons constituting
such association or partnership and their
places of" residence ; second, the trade or oc
cupation for which a license is desired ; third,
the place where such , trade or occupation is
to be carried on ; fourth, if a rectifier, the
number of barrels lie designs to rectify ; if a
peddler, whether he designs to travel on foot,
or with one, two, or more horses ; it an inn
keeper, the yearly rental of the house and
property to be occupied for said purpose;
or. if not rented, the assistant assessor shall
value the same. All of which facts shall be
returned duly certified bv such assistant as
sessor, both to the.assessor and collector of
the district ; and thereupon, upon payment
to the collector.or deputy collector of the
district the amount as hereinafter provided,
such collector or deputy collector shall make
out and deliver a license for such trade or
occupation, which license shall continue in
force for one year, at the place or premises
Sec. 59. And be it further enacted, That
if any person or persons shall exercise or
carry on any trade or business hereinafter
mentioned for the exercising or carrying on
of which trade or business a license is re
quired by this act, without taking out such
license as is in that behalf required, he, she,
or they shall, for every such effence, respec
tively, forfeit a penalty equal to three times
the amount of the duty or sum of money
imposed for such license, one moiety thereof
to the use of the United States, the other
moiety to the use of the person who, if a
collector, shall first discover, and if other
than a collector, shall first give information
of the fact whereby said forfeiture was in
curred. Sec. 60. And be it further enacted, That
in every license to be taken out under or by
authority of this act shall be contained and
set forth the purpose, trade, or business for
which such license is granted, and the true
name and place of abode of the person or
persons taking out the same; if for a rectifier,
the quantity of spirits authorized to be recti
fied ; if by a peddler, whether authorized to
travel on foot, or with one, or two, or more
horses, the time for which such license is to
run, and the true date or time of granting
such licanse, and (except in the case of auc
tioneers and peddlers) the place at which the
trade or business for which such license is
granted shall be carried on. Provided, That
a license granted under this act shall not
authorize the person or persons, association
or corporation mentioned therein, to exercise
or carry on the trade or business specified in
such license in any other place than that
mentioned therein, but nothing herein con
tained shall prohibit the storage of goods,
wares, or merchandise in other places than
the place of business.
Sec. 61. And be it further enacted, That
in every case where more than one of the
pursuits, employments, or occupations, here
inafter described, shall be pursued or carried
on the same place by the same person at the
same time, except as therein mentioned,
license must be taken out for each according
to the rates severally prescribed.
Sec. 62. And be "it further enacted, That,
no auctioneer shall be authorized by virtue
ot his license as such auctioneer to sell any
goods or other property at private sale ; and
if any such jx;rson shall sell any such goods
or commodities, as aforesaid, otherwise than
by auction, without having taken out such
license as aforesaid for that purpose, he or
she shall be subject and liable to the penalty
in that behalf imposed upon persons dealing
in or retailing, trading, or selling any such
goods or commodities without license, not
withstanding any license to him or her before
granted, as aforesaid, for the puqose of ex
ercising or corrying on the trade or business
of an auctioneer, or selling any goods or
ehattels. lauds, tenements, or hereditaments
by auction, anything herein contained to the
contrary notwithstanding : Provided, always.
That where such goods or commodities as
aforesaid are the property of ahj- person or
persons duly licensed to deal in or retail, or
trade in, or sell the same, such person or
persons having made lawful entry of his, her,
or their house or premises for such purpose,
it shall and may be lawful for any person
exercising or carrying on the trade or business
of an auctioneer, or selling any goods or
chattels, lands, tenements, or hereditaments,
by auction as aforesaid, being duly licensed
for that purpose, to sell such goods or com
modities as aforesaid, at auction, for and on
hehalf of such person or persons, and upon
his, her, or their entered house or premises,
without, taking out a separate license for such
sale. The provisions of this section shall not
apply to judicial or executive officers making
auction sales by virtue of any judgment or
decree of any court, nor public sales made by
executors and administrators.
Sec. 63. And be it 'further enacted, that
upon the death of any person or persons li
censed under or by virtue of this act, or up
on the removal of any such person or persons
from the house or premises at which he, she,
or they were authorszed by such license to
exercise or carry on the trade or business
mentioned in such license, it shall and may
be lawful for the person or persons authoriz
ed to grant licenses to authorize and empow
bv indorsement on such license, or otlr-
wise, as the commissioner ot internal reve
nue shall direct, the executors or administra
tors, or the wife or child of such deceased
person, or the assignee or assigns of such
person or persons so removing as aforesaid,
who shall he possessed of and occupy the
house or promises before used for snch pur
pose as aforesaid, in like manner to exercise
or carry on the same trade or business men
tioned in such license, in or upon the same
house or premises at which such person or
persons as aforesaid deceased, or removing
as before mentioned, by virtue of such li
cense to him, her, or them, in that behalf
granted, before exercised or carried on audi
trade or business for or during the residue of
the term for which such license was original
ly grrnted, without taking out any fresh li
cense or payment of any additional duty, or
any fee thereupon for the residue of such
term, and until expiration thereof: Provided
always, That a fresh entry of the premises at
which such trade or business shall continue
to be so exercised or carried on as aforesaid
shall thereupon be made by and in the name
or names ot the person or persons to wnom
such authority as aforesaid shall be granted.
Sec. 64. And be it further enacted, That
on and after the first day of August, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two, for each license
granted the sum herewith stated shall be re
spectively and annually paid. Any number
of persons carrying on such business in co
partnership may transact such business at
such place under such license, and not other
wise. 1. Bankers shall pay one hundred dollars
for each license. Every person shall be deem
ed a banker within the meaning of this act
who keeps a place of business where credits
are opened in favor of any person, firm, or
corporation, by the deposit or collection of
money or currency, and the same, or any
part thereof, shall be paid out or remitted
upon the draft, check, or order of such cre
ditor, but not to include incorporated banks
legally authorized to issue notes as circula
tion, nor agents for the sale of merchandise
for account of producers or manufacturers.
2. Auctioneers shall pay twenty dollars
for each license. Every person shall be deem
ed an auctioneer within the meaning of this
act whose occupation it is to offer property
for sale to the highest or best bidder.
3. Wholesale dealers in liquors of any and
every description, including distilled spirits
fermented liquors, and wines of all kindsy
shall pay one hundred dollars for each li
cense. Every person, other than the distil
er, or brewer, who shall sale, any such R-
tliree gallons uue tunc. n iuc wurc yw-
chasert shall be regarded as a wbtol.
ier m liquors h iiuju iuis mciunu wj. uua
act, ... '
4. Retail dealers in liquors, including dis
tilled spirits, foremented liqnors, and wines
of every description, shall pay twenty dol
lars for each license. Every person who shall
sell or offer for sale such liquors in less quan
tities than three gallons at one time, to the
same purchaser, shall be regarded as a retail
dealer in liquors under the act. But this
shall not authorize any spirits, liquors, wines,
or malt liquors, to be drank on the pre
mises. 5. Retail dealers shall pay ten dollars for
each license. Every person whose business
or occupation is to sell or offer to sell gro
ceries, or any goods, wares, or merchandize
or foreign or domestic production, in less
quantities than a whole original piece or
package at one time, to the same person,
(not including wines, spirituous or malt li
quors, but not excluding drugs, medicines,
cigars, snuff, or tobacco,) shall be regarded
as a retail dealer under this act.
6. Wholesale dealers shall pay fifty dollars
for each license. Every person whose busi
ness or occupation is to sell, or offer to sell,
groceries, or any goods, wares, or merchan
dise, of foreign or domestic production, by
one or more original package or piece at one
time, to the same purchaser, not including
wines, spirituous or malt liquors, shall be
deemed a wholesale dealer under this act ;
but having taken out a license as a whole
sale dealer, such person may also sell, as a
foresaid, as a retailer.
7. Pawnbroker shall pay fifty dollars for
each license. Every person whose business
or occupation is to take or receive, by way
of pledge, pawn, or exchange, any goods,
wares, or merchandise, or any kind of per
sonal property whatever, for the repayment
or security of money lent thereon, shall be
deemed a pawnbroker under this act.
TO BE CONTINUED.
Railroads, Steamboats, &c.
QHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Co., )
Svpekintendent's Office, -Sept.
24th, 1S60. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER
2:Jrd, 1-S0G, Trains outiie Raleigh auddaston Kail
road will run as follows:
Mail train 1. aves Raleigh, 7.45 a. m.
Arrives at W'eldon, 1.00 p. m.
Mail train leaves Weldon at 11.00 a. m.
Arrives at Raleigh, 4.45 p. m.
Freight train leaves Raleigh at 5.00 a. m.
Arrives at Weldon, 4.30 p. m.
Freight traiu leaves Weldon at 4.00-n. m.
Arrives at Raleigh 4.00 p. m.
Mail trains connect, North and South, with N.
C. Railroad, P. & W. Railroad, aud S. & R. Rail
&i tf. W. G. LEWIS, Gen. Sup't.
Change of Time.
N AND AFTER SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER
23d, 1SG0, trains will run as follows :
4.30 A. M.
1.00 A. M.
9.40 P. M. .
12.01 P. M.
2.50 A. M.
1.30 A. M.
2.20 P. M.
10.50 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte, . .
1.50 P. M.
5.00 " ..
9.55 " ..
12.53 A. M.
Mail train runs daily.
does not run on Sunday.
Mail connects with C
fc S. C. Railroad lor the South, and with K. K L.
Railroad and with R. & G. R. R. for the North.
Also with the W. & W. and the A. & N. C. Rail
roads. E. "WILKES, Eng. & Sup't.
Sept. 25, 1SG6. 81 tf
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA,
TOUCmXG AT MEXICAN PORTS,
And 'Carrying the United States Mail.
THROUGH IN TWENTY-TWO DAYS.
Steamships on the
Connecting on the Pa
cific with the
One of the above targe and Splendid
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42, North
River, foot of Canal Street, at 13 o'clock, noon,
on the 1st, 11th and 21st of every month,
(except when those dates fall on Sunday, and
then on the preceding Saturday,) for Aspinwall,
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for San
Francisco, touching at Acapulco.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama
with Steamers for South Pacific and Central
American Ports. Those of the 1st touch at
A discount of one quarter from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers
with families. Also, an allowance of one quarter
on through rates to clergymen and their families,
and school-teachers. Soldiers having honorable
dischart es, half-fare.
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each
adult. Baggage-masters accompany the baggage
through, and attend to ladies and children "wit h
out male protectors. Baggage received on the
dock the dav before sailing, from steamboats.
railroads, aud passengers who prefer to send
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine
and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets, or further information,
apply at the Company's Ticket office, on the
Wharf, loot of Canal Street, North River, N. Y.
S. K. HOLMAN, Agent.
July 7, 1866. 47 3m.
h & Gaston Railroad Company,
Raleigh, N. C, October IZth, 1866.
At Henderson, Oet. 17th, 18th and 19th.
ALL ARTICLES FOR THE GRANVILLE;
County Fair will be carried over the Raleigh
and Gaston Kailroail at ball rates, ana retiu
tickets will be sold for one fare.
90 td. W. G. LEWIS, Gen.. Supt.
HOWELL & BROTHERS,
MANUFACTCREES 4 IMPORTERS OF
-i a j e x JtJL angin g--s
WINDOW SHADES, HOLLANDS &C.
No. 360 Baltimore-Street,
march 27 4 6m.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
10,000 LR3s BACON lit
"I7U ARE PREPARED TO F U R N I S.H
V V Planters with Bacon for Cotton, at the rate
of one pound of Bivcon for one pound of Cotton,
Cotton to be delivered against the 20th October
next. B. P. WILLIAMSON
Raleisrh. Seot 27tb. 186U 8&-U.
i mfniMMm rPiT a n m n i, P a-TTTPTT-
' ! erate rates for the Cash,
I Aus.83HUS66.. " 8 1
W. H. H. Tucker. R. S. Tucker.' f T. McGee.
, ' ' ' ' '
A5T. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY'
Hats, Shoes, Notions, &c, &Cm
W and varied Stock of all kinds of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Bleached Domestics, Unbleached do., 6-4, 8-4
and 10-4 Sheeting, Cambrics and Linens, Balmo
ral Skirts, Hosiery, .
New Style Hats,
Hair Work, Bonnets, Jet Ornaments, Gloves,
Trimming, Ribbons, Streamer Ribbons, Sash
Ribbons, Black and Colored Belte, Dress
Buttons, Belt Buckles, Bugle Trim
mings, Velvet Trimmings, Crape
Trimmings, Linen Damasks, ..
Towels, Linen Diaper, ;
Cotton Diaper, Blankets, Saeque and
Opera Flannels, White English
and Welch do., Carpeting,
Velvet Rugs, Table Covers, and a largo Stock of
Shoes and Gaiters ; in fact, every article usu
ally kept in a No. 1 Dry Goods Store.
Hats I Hats I I Hats III
Shoes I Shoes ! t Shoes III
Cravats, Collars and Handkerchiefs.
Our stock will be kept up, as one of our firm
is always in the market, and buys GOOD GOODS
LOW, and we sell them CHEAP.
W. H. & It. S. Tucker & Co.
We are preparing to 6ell to country merchants
at a SMALL advance, or we will buy 6tocks oi
goods of any description on commission.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER fc CO.
Raleigh, Sept. 13, 1806. 76 lm
Notice of Application to the General
Assembly of North-Carolina for Du
AS EXECUTORS OF THE LAST WILL
and testament of Seth Jones, of Wake coun
ty, notice is hereby given that we shall apply to
the General Assembly of North-Carolina, thirty
days after date of s tting, and il not then sitting,
at the first session thereafter held, for the issue of
duplicate coupon bonds of the State, in place of
those hereinafter specified, and 6uch other relief
against the hoidfers of them as may he suitable to
protect the estate ol the said Seth Jones.
All of them were registered, as appears by the
books ot the Treasury of North-Carolina, and were
stolen about the first of May, 1865.
Ten bonds, as follows : For one thousand dol
lars each, numbered resDectivclv irom 1 to 10.
inclusive, except No. 6, which is in band. These
1 3 . : 1 l. 1 . . Aatr Tnlir 1 fiA T,-1T,
niDg ten years, " by authority of the Legislature
of North-Carolina." They were signed by David
S. Reid, Governor, and countersigned by D. W.
Courts, Public Treasurer.
v a r-KTTnrrp i
II". W. MONTAGUE, f JSxecutor
October 5, 1806. 86 SOd.
I AM CONSTANTLY NEGOTIATING
sales of and Mortgages upon Southern
A large amount of
Is now seeking opportunity for
I AM EMPOWERED TO PURCHASE.
40,000 ACRES OP COTTON
LANDS IN THE GULF
PLANTERS AND OTHERS,,
wishing to sell, mortgage, or take partners in,
working their lands, are invited, to apply to
me at once.
D. J. M. A. JEWETTi
46 Washington, Street,
A. F. Devereux & Co.,
Edmunb Rice, Esq.,
Wu-liam L. Palmer, Esq.,
Capt. J. B. Gregory,
Gen. William A. Olmstead,
Troy,. N. T.
Dudley C. Channell, Esq.,
Charles C. Fillby,
C3f- CHARGES MODERATE.
All Letters must enclose a Stamp.
July 14, 1866. 50 tw-Cm-
MR. L. H. KELLOGG HAVING RETIRED;
from our firm, tl e business will hereafterbe con
ducted in the name of EDWARD WHEELER
& CO We hereby tender our thanks to the citl
zens of Ralelghvtyanage,
ESS GOODS, CALLT3ES, &C
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AN ENTTRK
new stock, embracing Grenadines, Muslins, Ghsg
bams, ttc. Also, 3,000 yards Calicoes, of tie la
test styles, all of which we will sell cheap.' Call
early and secure bargains. ' -
may 22 28 tt ED WARD WHEELEB & CO
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It CASES PURE FRENCH BRANDY,
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June 2 tf.
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