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Volume "VI. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. Number 14. ( ( Santa t ' iit, ' muHlUin WtUTCnDAYUOIMXO AT SijfTA FE, SEW MEXICO. : -f JAMES L C0LLIS3, ' ' k niton an PRormtTOX . luu or Scascau-rios ; . , - ftráble fe advue. V1UW-.1 tleiptloa. 1 'ouini,Mf, t,oo ... 111 wstu,. . . t,ao .; "( " am ; r M n . Tun or Aomtiiimi i huun,iiiliif - " . iMk MbttQUMt lOMrU.B, . .!.. Xw Uaea, v bs, belai . oarl. 1 " AtnrMaemnis U both luiouu doubi. u e. r- ar run. ' -1J - fc - l.irl, OvmlimtQti lA.tr liberal tirmi. .'. JOB WORK vltb di.p.tchj ud ! tb Ut.it llyl.ttf tlia ut. gi. Carmenl reqotredfor all Job Work on delivery. 'SilBttiiJuntiitJ. " AGUSTIN M. HUNT, JTel.4i.tl EafcMl fw iba BoWl II M MtdiblpBM Basy, Cipt, KafyaU IS The Foscher la f tianlomShip, " I'J Fi of DtSf UtM,......" M . la li aval Officer M " I'J Peter Simpla " " i FerdVlt Keana, .......... 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A Book about Doctora, $1 Mlllfdulflia : A TaoaiandPloiiint tblnf r II Bparruw-fraai Fapm, $i Out of bli Head, by Aidricu, $i Maw ton fori tor, by Maryait, - - $i tallowpluab Papon, by Tbickeray, $2 In in Tropica, by Kimball, la BtnanVLift of Jaioa," II Boktrlea Clad, IS IHl.lr, by Kimball, 18 Port Lafayotta : tala of Loto and Baceulon, IS lapBttdaaiarabaf aPatbor, byMary.tt, IS -Mor cao tila Lotear Writer, by Anderson, $J,6o Tlte from tbo Oprrat, Tba AH of Conversation, $3 HtHl of Good Society, t Tfe Sea, byMiokelet, $3 ButrUdae, - $ flutbrrlanda, - . . . $3 INato to EiBemoa, byClfffland, - H,S0 Webb'aPittaawB'iMonlur, . $3,(0 n II tf . . ' Uwia l. Bnw, . Cvamlei db otum, 1 Ktw York, . , .. It. Louii. . CLOTHING. DR0W9 4, DEGBECR, , imtutn (o . j WILLLIAM F.ENDERS&Co ' JHinifirtimBV .-, i.- ni , , Wholciale Dealers ta clothing; 62, Main Strett, St. Louis, lío. i l.r. MBi hlly in.rt.4 .toefc laltibl. for tntlfri 4.4 Tnd.imM, coDiUnUjr kept m lué Md aerad .l.r ..I. .o ib. aeit libutí terni. MANUFACTORY! i LEWIS B. BROWN & Co. ; 39, Barclay it., Kcw Vork oim taw mt ui.niir im tot. iw in- iutiXM-1hiu.Hr ahtrliintntj. STETTAUER & BRO., Jobbers ' Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps. No. 17, Delaware street. No. 17 BsitM $iie, bttioun Main and StcontL Leavenworth, Kansas 1864. HARDWARE. 1864. RICHARDS! C1IAMBERLIN, Dealcn in HARDWARE andiron, Flows, Hoes, Spades, Sheep Shoars, Pad-Locks, Sad Irons, Prying-Pans &c. &c. fbe itttntlon of th. trvl. to our comiiletf Stock kl It-lullld Clil ui. M RICHARDS . t lJ AltlBERlMX, So. 59, Delaware Street, Leavenivorth, Kansas. BRACE & BAKER, Wbolmto Ooilen In Anorlcoa tod Voreijo HARDWARE OV FVRRV DfüTRlPTION". plowi, Me.ltir- WoehioM, Rinu F. H-w. .nil ,n.li nMlly iftitit! I. tb. TrKl. of X.w Neiic.. ca luutl; oi litiia. No. 31 Delaware Street, Between Second and Third Streets, IXATOÍWORTH, UHne SPIEGELBERQ BROS. SAXTA FÉ, N. M. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS I MERCHANDISE, Kflop M-nMaotl? on hund a lar axmrtmr'nl of SU(il Paocy iqiI Hi y i;d!t, Cloibiug, Hiti, tdxita and Buuoi, tifooTifi Luorn, lUtdHftrenwiiBwaro, ic d I y WILSON & HASTINGS, Wbolaiala and Rrull Denton In hiratgu and 3vnitatto HARDWARE, IRON", !STEEIj, IV'aiU, Circular Snws, Corn Mills,Plow3,Cultivators, QUM PACKING, BELTING, 4.C. A suitable stock for the New Heiican Trade. NO. 33 DRLAWAWC KP. iEaVRNWORTH KANSAS' Tu IkfirM hu of Üocoud No. . ly, SANTA FE HOTEL. Soutli-wcst corner of tlio Plaza. Tho proprlMor li pr.p.rwl to vr.ommod.tfl the pnlu lie In the 1'ii.t miniti'r. Mil riMimLre vlapt1 b the fteenmntn.tillfln ttt transient &.1 Mrnt.nrnl boArder., .od bi. lobl.li rRmtihel wttb lb. bolt tbalcu t. ubuioed lu lb. wkvt. , , SEO. HUTB, froprlotor. U . 1 - .!, . C. Rf MOREHEAD & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commissiou IQerrhants, Nos. 35 and 36, Levee, LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS. Tooa. Carney y Thos, Stevens. ; CARNEY Y STEVENS. riatWM M marord. Abarrote,, 2a,u!B. d. U ClUl , : . I : .- DcLwac. j Uvea. , UATIKWOITH, IAMIAI. i 1M Jhfttisfitnls. UNITED STATES MAIL ARIZONA. " POST OFFICE DRPAUTMKBT ' AcuiiTtO, 18M. PKOPOSAU Mlllbamelvedat iht Contract on. of tbu Departutedt uutil I p, Bt. of TuvUr, tbo lllh of Nuvt-mbor u.it, (to b dccidf J by tbe l7ib.) for oonrtrin tlie ITuitwl Sutel malls in tbo Territory af Amona form tlie let of January, IMS, or aa aoon tbcreaftr-r ai practicable, to tho HJlhJuue, IBM, on toe route and by Uto icliedule of departures and rrlrilafoll'rwinR.via : 144M Ironi Altnqoerqiip, fNfW Ucilco,) by AlrtiCO, Fort Wingale, Cuvrro, Anua Fu. íuBl, Ja eoti'i W.'ll, (Aniuna.) Lcruux íprinR, -and Wvoliry's Riiiflif, to Pi cuco, 4M tnllel aud back, once a werk. LeaveAlbwinvrque Sunday at 15 ml Arrive at Ftvucolt uildiyi by UU Lfitvf Proscott Ttmrxl.iy at li iq i Arrive at Albuqurque in I daya by 13 B. NOTES. Fropuials utuat bo iubtnitl.Hl to perform tho am Ice "with celerity, certHiniy, and security' accord Inn to the wurda of the nut of Conireil of Bercb I, IBM. No pay will be made tor trips not performed, and for each of sudi ouiískíoii nt latUfwlorily ex plalnetl, three tluns Uie pay ef tbe trip uiay bo de ducted. Pwarnvali io for behind time as to bretik connocllon with ttopcndinii moils, aiiduut sufflcumly exesned, onr-fum th of the compciisatioa fur tho trip Is eubJeft to forfeiture. Pines will be imposed, on. leaa tbe doilnnuency be promptly and satisfactorily expUined by certificates of postmasters, or tbo atU darlti of other creditable persons, tor ni-Kleotiint to take thr-mMI from and lulu tbe post ufflca) fur uf ferlnitt to be Injured, deitroywl, robbed, or lost I and for refuting, after demand, to vwuvey tlie mail as frequently as the cuutratior runs, or is concerned lu runninff, vehicles on the route. Tbo distance Is BiTen Mcordlug to tbo best Infor mation, but no tncreasrd pay will be alUwed should ilbeiireater than advertlaed. -flWdrn miMf inom thtmclvtt on thil potnt Tlie Puitmasler General may aotml tho contract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract for duubeyiui tbe Post offlce laws or instructions of Department, or for assigning tba contract without bid assent. The Postmaster Gouwal may alter the scbeduto, aa the public iutereat may require. He may also order an Increase of mtvico by allow t mi therefor a pro rafa increase oí the contract psy. lie may also cmtnil or dUcontlnue tbe anrvue in wbtile or lu part it tro rula acrease "f pny, Lo allowing o no month' extra pny on the aru -unt of iervict'dipenmd wnu. P.-iymnnls will bi made tor tt.e service by collec tieut from or drafti on poitinasteri, or other wun, after iheexplraUoB of each quarter saf ib Febru ary, aliy, August, and November. FORM OF PROPOSAL, GUARATKK, AND CERTIFICATE. Proposal. The undersigned, 11 1 ", whose post nlBc address la, county of , State of , proposal to convey the mails of tbe I'mled fltttaa, from January I, IH6S, to June 30, 164, on route No: . between and , under the advertisement of the Postmaster doner 1 1, dated Auftuot 10, 1864, with "celerity, certainly, and security," fr tbe an nual sum of dollars. TA is proposal it nadt with fult knowltdgt of tht dú anctojthr roult.tkt wrightof the mail to ht car ried, and o htr articulan in njmnet to the roun and $irviet, and alto, after cartfut tramina lion of the fowl and iruiru fii attached to the ai ffrtiirmsnt. Dated (Btgned) Cuaronffi, Tbe undersigued, residing it -, State oí , un dertake that, If the foregoing bid for carrying tbe mall on route No. be accepted by tbe Postmaster General, the bidder shall, prior to the 1st day of Jan uary, IMS, enter into tbe required obligation or con tract to perform tbe service proposed, with good and sufficient suriliea. Thit rf do tiaitridaJirip Jiif inrtty the obligations and liabllitiet ouumnf iy guarantort under the ;TA lííflon of tho net ofCongrenofJuly i, b8M. Dated (Bignxd by two guarantors.) ClrtljfceVa. The undersljtned, postmaster at , State of , canines, vnd . nui vnn onvn t, that belt at qiuloied with the above guarantors, mid knows thnu to be tarn of property, and able to make good their guarantee. Dated (Si nod) The aftove certifícala must bare affixed to It a five cent revenue atauip, us tbo Uw requires. M. Kl.Alll, Pos matttr Oentrat EXECUTORS' NOTICE. 11HF. nndcritgned having been appointed executors of Hie eiatale of the late loan I'erea, hy the Inst will no-I lei lament of the deceased, will pioceed Im niedmtcly to the sMllement of id estalt , All per son it therefore who are indebted to ihe estate by book iccnunl or otherwise are request ed lu settle Hip samo without delay, and those who have claims against It will prvaeul them fur payment. JfhKP-t CIUVK7 do VKltU. PltANCIfCO PKIIKA, V.Nfii PbliltA, ixecqtera. n 101 m R. H. TOMPKINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SAXTA FE, X. M. Irte! ud ,rom,t attBtlon will b. glftHi to .11 buito.ia lb U. ILae 0 hie Brofeialoa tku mtf b. eo Irnited tobli car. THUS. CAKNIT, TUOb. 0. 8mVIN8. CARNEY & STEVENS, WHOLESALE GKOCERS, Corner Delaware St. & Levoe, t.y ' " XtAVtrnronnHANSAtl Plumc Xo. 140. . (Cnntiutled from lost werk.) Ou jinn -ti ib ami pun holder! or parta thereof, thirtav-five por oeutum kd valorem. On pon, moullio, ten ccuU per groja, and in adilition thereto twonly-five por cuutiuu ml valcruui. Ou soap, fane;, perfumed, lioiicv, tran spurnnt, and nil description of toilet and .baring niup, ten cent! per pound, and in addition thereto twenlj-fiveper oentuni ad valorem. On all soap not otherwise provided for, one cent per pound, and in addition there to thirty per centum ad valorem. Ou siareh, made of potatoes or corn, one cent per pound, and twenty per cen tum ad valorem. On starch, made of rice, or auv other material, three cents per pound, and tven ty per centum ad valorem. On rice, cleaned, two and a half cents per pound: ou unoleaned, two cents per pound. On paddy, one cent and a half per pound. Sec. 14. And he further enacted, That on the entry of any vesst-l, or of any goodi, wares, or merchnwliie, the decision of tho collector of customs at the port of impor tation and entry, ns to the rate and amo unt of duties to be paid on tho tonnage of such vessel or on such goods, wares, or merchandise, and tbe duliuhlo costs and charges thereon shall be final and conclu sivo against all persons interested therein, unless ownor, master, commander, or con signee of such vessel, in tho case of duties levied on tonnage, or tho owner, oousig- noe, or ngentof tbo uicrahadiso, in the case of dutiei levied on goods, wares, or merchndise, or the costs and charge thoro- on, shall, within ten days lifter the ascer tainment and liquidation of the duties by tho proper officers of tho customs, ns well in cases of merchandise entered in bond, as for consumption, give notice in writing to the collector on each cutry ,of disastifac tion with his decision, setting forth there in, distinctly and specillcally, the grounds of his objection theroto, and shall, within thirty days after tho ditto of such ascer tainment and liquidation, appeal there from to tho Secretary of tho Treasury, whose decision on such appeal shall be final and conclusive; and such vessel, goods, wares, or merchandise, orcosis and inarges, shall he liable to duty acoondin gly, any act of Congress to the contrary notwithstanding, unless suit shall be brought within ninety days. after tbo deci sion of the Secretary of the Treasury on such appeal fur any duties which shall have been paid bufore the date of sueh decision 011 such vessel, or ou such goods, wares, or merchandise, or costs or charges, or withing ninety days after the payment of duiies paid after ibo decision of the Sec retary. Aud no suit shall bo maintained In any court for the recovery of any du ties alleged to have been erroneously or illegally exacted, until tho decision of tho Secretary of tho Treasury shall h ive been first had on such appeal, uuh-ss i t. J deci sion of the Secretary shall bo delayed moro than ninety days from tho dale of such appeal in case of an entry at any port east of tho Rocky mountains, or more than five months in caso of an entry west of those mountains. See. 15. And be further enacted, That tho decision of the respective collectors of customs as to all fees, charges, and exac tions of whatever character; other than those mentioned in the next proceeding section, claimed by them, or by any of the officers under tlicui, In tho performance of their olhcial duty, shall bo iiuul and con clusive ugniust all persons interested 111 such fees, charges, or exactions, unless the like notico that an appeal will bo tak en from such decision to tin Secretary of the Treasury shall bo given within ton days from the making of such decision, and unless sueh appeal shall actually bo taken within thirty days from the making of such decision; and tho decision of tho Secretary of the Treasury shall bo final and conclusive upon tho matter so appe aled, unless suit shall be biouiu for the recovery of such feos, charg.-s, or exac tions, within the period as pi 01 "led in tho next prcoeding section in regard to duties. And no suit shall ho maintained in uny court for tbo recovery of any such foes, costs, and charges, alleged to have boon erroneously or Illegally exacted, uutil the doeisien of the Secretary of tho Treasury shall novo besn first had on such appeal, unless such decision of the Secretary shall bo delayed more than ninety daya from the date of such appoaJ In ato of an en try at ocy port coat of the Rooky guian- tains, nor more than fivo months la ease of on entry west of those mountains. . See. It. Aadbolt farther enacted, That whenof or it shall be shown W toe satisfy tlos of the Secretary of the Treasury that In any aaae of uaaaoarUintd duties, or du tkra or oheintinfy fiaid 4ndo protoat ad appeal, as hereinbefore provided, more money has been paid to the collector, or person acting as such, than tho law ro quires should have been paid, it shall be tho duty of tho Secrotary of the Troasurv to urnw his warrant upon the Treasury in favor of tho porson or persons entitled to tbe over payment, directing tho laid Trea surer to refund the same out of any mon ey In tho Treasury not othcrwiee appro priated. . ' -', Sec. 17. And bo It further enacted, That a discriminating duty of ten per centum ad valorem, in addition to tho duties im posed by law, shall be levied, collected, ond paid on all goods, wares, and mer chandise which on and after tho day this act shall take elect, shall be imported In ships or vessels not of the United latos : Provided, That this discriminating duty shall not apply to goods, wares, and mer chandise vthich shall be imported, on nnd after tho day this act tokos effect, In ships or vessels not of the United States, enti tled, by treuty or any act or acts of Con gress, to bo entered in the ports of the United States on payment of the some du ties as shall then be paid on goods, wares, and merchandise imported in ships or vos eéis of the United States. Seo. la. Aud be in further enacted, That on and aftor tho day and your this act shall take effect thcro shall bo lovlod, col lected, and paid on all good, wares, and mcnchandlse of the growth or produoo of countries east of the Capo of Good Hope, (except raw cotton,) when imported from places west of the Cape of Good Hope, n duty of ten per centum ad valorem, in ad dition to tho dutiei imposed on any such articles when imported direotly from the plooo or piucos of their growth or produc tion. Provided, That section three of tho act approved August five, eighteen hun dred and sixty-one, entitled "An act to próvido incrcassd revenue from imports, to pay interest on the public debt, und for other purposes," and socllon fourteen of tho act approved July fourteen, eighteen hundred end sixly-two, ontitlcd "An act increasing temporarily the rales of duties on imports, and for oihor purposes," be and tho same aro hereby repealed. Sec. 19. And be it further enacted; That all goods, wares, and merchandise which may ho in the public stores or bonded wa rehouses on the day and year this act shall tuke effect shall bo subjected to no other duty upon the entry thereof for oogsump tion than if tho samo were imported res pectively after that day, and so much of the act of August sixth, eighteen hundred und forty-six, or any othor act, as requir es the sale of fire-crackers, or prohibits their deposit in bunded warehouse, is he reby repealed. Sec. 20. And be it further enacted. Thai tho joint resolution "to increase tempora rily tho duties on imports," approved April twenty-ninth, cightocu hundred and sixty four, shall not bo deemed to have taken effect until after the thirtieth dny of April, eighteen hundred aud siity-four, and shall bo and remain in force until and includ ing tho thiiticlh day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and any duties which shall have been exacted and receiv ed, contrary to the provisions of this sec tion, shall be refunded by the Secretary uf the Treasury. Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That during the porlod of one year from the passago of this act, there, may be import ed into the United States, free of duty, any machinery designed for and adapted to tho mantifarlure of woven fabrics from the fibre of llax or hemp, including all the preliminary processes requisito therefor; and that slcnm agricultural mashinnry and Implements may bo imported rue from duty for one year from the passage of this act. See. 22. And he it further enacted, That all act and parts of acta repugnant to tho provisions of this act bo and the sumo aro hereby repealed: Provided, That tho exist ing laws shall extend to nnd be in forco for the oollection of tho dutiei Imposed by tbil act for tbe prosecution and punish ment of all offences, and for the rooovery, collection, distribution, and remisión of all Hues, penalties, aud forfeitures, as ful ly and effectually aa If every regulation, penalty, forfeiture, provision, clause, mat ter, and thing to that effect in tbo existing laws contained, had been inserted In nod ro-enaeted, by this aet t And provided, further, That the duties upon all goods, wares, and merchandise imported from fureign countries not provided for In this act shall ho and remain as they were, ac cording to oxistlng laws prior to the twenty-ninth, of April, olgbtoon hundred and siity-four. bee. Zi. And be it farther onaotcd, That on and after the day and year this act shall take effect. It ahull bo lawful for the owner, oeusiguee, or agent, of nj goods wares, or morchaoditt walob shall bai been actually purchased, or procured otborwlso than by purchase, at the time when ho shall produco his original invoi ce, or invoice!, to the collector, and make and verify his written entry of his gooda, warci, aud merchandise, provided by 100 tion thirty-six of tho act 0? March two, seventeen hundred and ninety-nine, enti tled "An act to regulate tho collection of dutiei on imports und tonnage," and not afterwards, to make such addition In the entry to tho coil or value given In the in voice as, in his opinion, muy raise tbo samo to the true market value of such goods, wares, and merchandise iu tho prin cipal market! of tho country whonnt they shall have been imported, and to add the reto all costs and charges which, under existing laws, would form part of the truo valuo at the port where the same may he entered, upon which Iho duties should bo assessed. And it shall bo tho duty of tho collector, within whoso district tho same may be imported, or entered, to cause the dutiable value of such goods, wares, and merchandise to bo appraised, estimated, and ascertained, in accordance with tho provisions of existing laws. And if the appraised valuo (hereof shall exceed, by ton per centum, or moro, the value so de clared on tho entry, then, in addition to ihe duties imposed by law on tbe same, thoro shall bo levied, collected, and paid duty of twenty per centum ad valorem on such appraised valuo: Provided That thro duty shall not bo assessed upon an amo unt less than tho invoice orcntored value, any law of Congress to tho contrary not. withstanding: And provided, further, That on and after tho day and year aforeiaid, the eighth section of tho act entitled "An act reducing tho duty on imports, and for other purposes," approved July- thirty, eighteen hundred und forty-six, and the not amendatory thereof, approved March three, eighteen hundred and fifty-sevou, be, and tlie same are hereby, repealed. Sec. 24. And bo it further enacted, That iu determining tlie valuation oPguods im ported into the United Stales from foreign countries, except us hereinbefore provid ed, upon wbien duties Imposed oy any existing laws are to bo assessed, the actual valuo of luoh goods ou shipboard at the last place, of shipment to the United State! shall bo deeuieu tho dutiable valuo. And sueh value shall be ascertained by adding to the value of such goods at the place of growth, production, or manufacture tho cost of transportation, shipment, and transhipment, with all the expenses Inclu ded; from the placo of growth, production, or manufacture, whether by land or wat er, to the vessel in which shipment isiu.de to the United States, ihcvnlue of tho suck, box, or covering of any kind, In which such goods are contained, commission at the usual rate, In no case less than two and one halt per oeutum, brokerage, and all export duties, tugether with all cons ond charges, paid or incurred for placing said poods on shipboard, nnd all other proper charges specified by luw. Seo. 20. And bo it further enacted, That so much of section twonty-thrcc of the act entitled "An act to provided for tho pay ment of outstanding Treasury notes, to authorise a loan, to regulate and fix tbo dutiei on imports, and for other purpo ses," approved March two, eighteen hun dred anil sixtv-one, ns exempts from duty all philosophical apparatus nnd Instru ments imported for too uso of any society incorporated for philosophical, literary, or religious purposes, or for tho euouura. geiueut of the line arts, or for the ue, or by the order of any eoileges, academy, school, or seminary, uf learning in tito United .States, is hereby repealed. And tho same shall be subject to a duly uf fift een per ei'iiluiu ad valorem. Si c. -ti. Ami be it further enacted, That when unv cask, barrel, carboy, or other vessel ot'Aiui'rican, manufacture, export ed or sent out of tho country, filled with the products of the United States, shall be returned to tlio United Statei empty, the same shall be admitted free of duty, under such rules and regulations as ninv be pres. crinen ny 1110 ooen-mry oi mo ireasury. Sec. 2i And bo it further enacted, That on and after January first, oiiibteen hun dred and sixtv-live, Iho invoices oi all goods, wares, nnd merchandise, Imported into inn unneii mmra, .nun OA IUUQO out in tho weiirhts or mensuro! of the country or pluoo from which tho importations shall lie made, nnu snail contain a truo state ment of tlio actual weiülits er measures of such goods, wares, and merchandise, wituoul any respect to toe woiguti or me asures uf the Uuitcd States. Sec. 2rt. And bo it further enacted. That In all cases whero officers of tho custom! or other salaried officers of the United States shall bo, or shall have been, appo inted by tho Secretary of the Treasury, to curry into effect tho licences, rules and regulation! provnloa lornytno lilt n sec tion of tho act of the thirteenth of July, oighlocn hundred and sixty-one, entitled "An act further to provide for tbe culleo tion of duties on imports, end for other purposes," such affioer of tho United State shall bo eutitled to receives ono thousand dollars per aunum for his services, under the aet aforesaid, in addition to his salary or compensation under any other law : Provided, That the aggregate compensa tion of any such officer símil not exceed tho sum of fivo thousand dollar! in any one year. . Seo. 20. And ho It furthor enacted, That any baggage or personal effect, arriving in the) United .Sutes iu transit to any foroing country, may be dolsrejud by tlio partiel having it in charge to the collector of cut-. turns, to be by him retained, without tho payment or exaction ef any Import duty, and to be delivered to such parties on their departure for their foreign destina tion, under luch rules, reirulations, añil feci ai tho Secretary of the troaiury may presonnea ' - - ... ' Approved, Jum i lói t : '., : 'V \n\n I u,tMTu :t:i fc& V.I' J V'lL" l,,n""' -'jlB j