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   Little Rock Daily Arkansas Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1867, Little Rock, Arkansas                                  3Í  WOODRUFF & BLOCHER, StM^^ PMIITTMES.  LITTLE ".BOCK/ ABJL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23," 1867.  VOLUME 45. HUMESE 226  months ;  S5 per annum ; S3 for six months ;.  subscription : WEEKLY—$4 per annum ; $2 50 for sis 50 for three months %I-WEEKLY-$5 i  annum;! $1 per month for any  Weekly newspapeM-giving the ■ above a few insertions, will receive our Daily m exchange.;)  ADVEBTISESIENTS. i  nne sauare (10 lines or lesB of Minion), one inser-tioo, 50. Each additional insertion 75c.  STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS.  >usiiies§ ruaras  t>, G. FON-ES.  J. A.  ^"PfT?  jS. f-^i'ifl^! I tili nJÏÏT  FOTO.  DEALERS IH  SIL  ^ u/ATí-S  »w  ILäSLiHip OSaibmii©;^©^  09  1 square,  0  S "  1 co umn,  I in.  $12 20 25 35 55 ' 100  2 mo. $20 30 40 . 60' 100. 150  3 mo. $28 40 . 50 ' 75  í:  130 190'  mo. $^8 10 80 140 230 350  1 year. $80 110 130 250 350 600  Renewable advertisements, $1 additional per square,   per Xrtftement3 will be published in both Daily .«-, Weekly, for an addition of half of one rate.; ^ A liberal deduction will be made to persoina who  'tSmfces, 20 cents per line for eaeh insertion.  Personal Advertisements are charged treble rates, and payment in advance required. ,  All transient advertisements must be paid for at the ime of their insertion. . , , . . '  Advertisem- nts for Dfuly must be handed m by 2  n  m., of day previous to insertion. .  Advertisements for Weekly must be handed in by   2  feftcesTof marriages or deaths not exceeding: five Will be published gratis—obituary notices;and tribates of respect, will be charged as advertisements. Daily 'advertisements are repeated m Tri-Weekly  ■without charge. ,  The money for advertisements considered due  after first insertion. >,-.-.  Job Printing of every -description, executed at ,lair prices, and on short notice.' __  Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. Ware,  A RE PREPARED to execute all kinds of JOB JxL WORK, TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, &c.  We invite the attention of the Merchants of the city and country to oar Wholesale Price List, and feel confident that we can fill their ordere cheaper than they can "be bought elsewhere and brought here. '.;""'' STOEB--East side Main street, one door North of Tieknor's Clothing Establishment.  -.......... FONES & BROTHERS. •  August 30, 1866. 80-tf.  usmess  jr. BP, IFET^&ESMS.JÛE^nJ), Auction and Commission Merchant MARKHAM SK, LITTLE HOOK, ARK.  gTRICT attention paid to all sales of Merchandize Furniture, Produce, Stock,&c., in and out of dpors (ST Quick sales and prompt returns made. _ J.D.FITZGERALD, Oct. 14,1864. dtf. ' Auctioneer..  LEO POUNCE,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in  BP IS IT & <0> <S> BP €E*€DTfflIUr<&,  BOOTS AND SHOES,  HE^ 7 !?^ NOTIONS!  W-i&rV&iSlltn&QT <Srô><G>êSs,  wo,  Jan. 1,1867.  Malm §tr©e£.  50—dtf.  And Manuiacturers of  rp;  áoeal  Cards.  geo. a. qallaaneß. a.-o.  NEWTOÏÎ.  r^EJ,  : <ö'2?m e 'y o a,iî> ÏLaw,  LITTLE ROCK,...........»...........ARKANSAS.  ©FFICE : In the Frame Building, opposite '*tlie State House. / .. May 23,1R6G.   ;  ..«F.- Wo. CA WS TT, irmi ©37--.a ti ZJÌ LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  -> «r—»  O V ✓ «  Y\WILL PRACTICE in* the Circuit and Supreme V V • Courts at Little Kocli,'and will give:M3 attention to business entrusted to him in any part of the  State. ' '  1  ........  Office over Dr. McAlmont's Drug Storo. • August 24,1865. d.w.tf. •  s. EVDUiTin.  3. 8. DCTPIE  nunjpipnB & EMum?iE3  - m m'cM m m dp jw' 5 : ® dDOPfe SUdDIP© ÏÏEotW®  (Established in 1852.)  FfpHE SUBSCRIBER HAS AGAIN COMMENCED 11 the  Book, Stationery, Book-Binding and Blank-r < Book Business,  in Little Rock, and will be happy to see or hear from his old customera, and to accommodate new ones. ' He has how on- hand, and will be constantly receiving a general assortment of  IPSalim ®.im# JFamby SfiaMoimeirF,  Large and snaall Records, Ledgers, and all other kinds of Blank Books,  School and Law Books,  Late Novels^ Periodicals and Miscelloneous Works, i He ¿as the very best  H&naE&iiZg mutt®. ' IPMg&zsg" «MfiscMsseSs and is prepared to rule any kind of Blanka, manufacture, anykind of  EBimfzB- M@>@>Ik8 9   MimH or,  52<8«S>aaa4S QPiM W@@lk8 i  as well and cheap as can be done in any other city.'  ;   Particular attention will be paid to orders from the country , and work done well and with dispatch.  " JNO. E. REARDON. July 10,1866. 42dtf.  B M A W KI :  wholesale & retail dealek in  s 9   T M&tMTlZQVJB CZß ¿CSD,  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  September H, 186G. - 87-dwly.  jas.'a.; williamson, . vtvatt c,.thomas.  WEErlLIIcajnG CDj"/ & ITLnOJiJIcûS,  : at-.ILSS.W- ■ .;,.:■  - Oct.'lS, 1866.  ■ ,, ANP ■  m'.IS  ; Ä IL IS'S ÎT ATT IS WASHINGTON...... '  4 (K-I3FJ TP S :  .'..ARKANSAS.  T\T\7"ILL attend to all business entrusted to them, VVi in the Counties of Hempstead, Lafayette, Sevier, Ouachita, Columbia and in other' Counties of south Arkansas! , ■ . : - ,;•. Dec] ,4 1866. • i vr : ai58-i-w22—d&wljr :  U. K. ltlOli.  MM€¿E  il. w. .benjamin.  Ss . MmJTJJ^llJiSEJT^  A. t: é o e* m ®y m si "w^  LITTLE ROGE, ARK.;  r   WILL PRACTICE IN THE FEDERAL and State Courts of Arkansas. . Special, attention givett to the collection, of .'diabts^ vOFFiOE^Corner of Main and Markham streeta, over McAlmont's Drug Store. -■*:'-■ ^ ' • • Lxttle Rock,  BElî. T. DUVAL.'  john eing-  <£m<Bxni2mins:®> m>mw(BODGPED® $*C.  At his Old Stand on Markham street , July 6, 1866. dtf. ¡LMM©- lEocEi.  '09  (for.meb.ly of ft. smith, ark.,) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  — dealers in —  DRY (GS-«*}*}!}©-«,  U3JËTS. SMOPIE®,  '<8, &*€•  B o..-.■©,^ IS 9  : ;.  wholesale and retail  <&2°©<s@s% CDo^toia. IPsLcotoir  Mmlaaiiij  Dealer in pFofiace, Sides, Peltries, and Furs, No. 4 Badgett Row, Main Street  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  Adviinceson Consignments. Highest price paid for Cotton. Goods Received and Forwarded: with the greatest dispatch. Charges liberal.  Mr. LLOYD F. OVERTON will always be ready to receive and attend the orders of hia friends.' . Nov. 1.1865. ; 132—dwtf.  S. W. ®or. Main and ïïaïliham Sis.,  LITTLE ROCK,.............  August 7,1S66  . .ARKANSAS, 63-tf.  WALLACE, ;  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.,1  TÎTNDERSTANDS FLOURING MILLS, SA!w UJ Mills, Cotton Gins and Tanneries, will promptly attend to all applications and execute all jobs entrusted o bim on the shortest notice and most reasonable  terms., %L. 1; v . . J^J A J'*";  May 5,1866. wl4 m.  SCJcffiinrs ILA¥§©1 & d©., :  . i FORWARDING AN» GENERAL  commission: :MERCHANTS 9   COTTON FACTORS AND  MwiEcfijffliBdPv&zr' tMmffijmrBs  r   l  LITTLE ROCK, AEE.  ®OLLECTIONS, Consignments to sell, orders to purchase, solicited. csr Liberal advances made on Consignments. | Aug. 25,1866. 77- dwtf. !  misjymw, cûiTE&ms i; VQP  ESCLOSIVELY  deale&s in  ALB  GrCtUS 9  JF^niSkiMß  BOOTS, HATS» - ¡  OPS Aim BAGGING, SHOK TïBS ;   i  íuúji} 9  jTezD Theaire UDzaìBtUzz Blsiäia Street,  L 'TTLE ROCE,....................ARKANSAS.  . 106-dwtf.  E. WATKINS. H. GÜIBOR  WJs&JKMJU*® S* (CQP.i  No. S>§ Markham Street,  second door east of scott street,  LITTLE ROCK.....................ARKANSAS.  MâKBF/isTgnsss âUB jupmrnno  of all kinds of  E IB H E § T' TP II IS IP U M  5  Wholesale Manufacturer of  (U JL tWlTP EMS, &.WJM IB MOW  Chocolate, Syrups, Lozenges, Jujube Paste, &c.,  Freach Confeciiouepy by' stean,  SOLD LEVEE, bet. St. Louis and. Com sts.  NEW ORLEANS.  HIS PRICES WILL FEAR NO COB1PETITION. N"». 16,1866, 144-»d3m  . ©WAIt. /Attorneys and Connselors at Law,  FORT SMITH..................,...... ARKANSAS.  Feb. 16, 1366. 220-dswtf.  IL . GS . IP I M IB , jñ. t S © r.M e ig ss ¿ ■Eifâ'm  TI ÍTTLE ROOK, ARKANSAS. ILd Feb. 16,18G6. ; - :  dtf.  • ¿7. cM: mEMMISiE.IL, i Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.  OFFICE—In rear room of the Ashley Office, Mark ham street, Little Rock, Arkansas.  BPr. O-.  ¿Lo/2 Wm.IZJF<DI2, OF  HIS  IPfAS RESUMED' THE PRACTICE till Profession,-at the HOT SPRINGS. Hoi Springs-Hot Spring co.\July2§\ 1865. tf.!  MP'S"a T* Jf»  memÊist,  t  ®AN always be found at his Office, at Mrs. Cates', -corner of Main and Walnut streets. - " ' July 12,1866. ' .. • 45_ tf   M.  [. BUeif f é 0 0  dealebs in  eie.  WE HAVE 'JUST RECEIVED "OUR PALL and winter Stock, which is complete in every  3D>©psi]ribm.eirB.to  We propose to  ;  sell ; Goods for what ;  they, are .worth andigive•yon just what you buy.-So if you- want good Goods, at cheap prices, call on: : . :  i!.■ M^Mm&JETW #   1 ;i  NOL 7- BADGETT BLOCKS MAIN ST., , . LITTLE ROCK-ARKANSAS. Novr5,'i866: ' ,135-dwtf  • FJanümstoreii^  wmmMStm mm  ■¿il  . (Late of Petersburg, Va.,)  ®*£ERS his professional services to the citizens of Little Rock and vicinity. ;  Office—On Markham street, Ashley Row, few doors above Mam, where he may be found night or day. j 205dtf  EDe-. IP. ©. M©©PEiâ,  S i? san g H, «»au «sajum xy^cjaoM as/aciiiij  -ON; MAIN-STREET, opposite the Post i; tf. ; January 5,185(5.:  BU ,'Wv ST£1V£¡ÑS0N }    J  jJzmü-Ue éf 'Mm ÏPeezœ,  ñ ly FICE—At" the City Hull. Court Days— \W Tuesdays and Fridays. t * ' September 6,: I860. ' 85-^-dfcf.  HD E If A IL M © IP II ® 13  5  EEo Bi«  At, his old stand opposite fcho  * Gazette Printing Office,  Where he expects to REMAIN.  August 20. 1866.  71-dlv?8-\7ly  D. n. BARNES. '  -  ;  - L. J. BARNES.  IS 3H IHL ®  ..'.■ANP...J  C Oíala 13 O Tï OI AGEHTS,  • - *  Corner Markham and First Streets, o  LITTLE ROCKÍ..Í.................^. ARKANSAS.  (Vi OVERNMENT. SECURITIES, GOLD, SILVER, M3T, Exchange, and^Uncurrent; Money bought and sold.; :;CoUecü.ons máil§áhd,;rémittód.promptly.  r  November 10,1865. d&wtf. -  james a.'henby."  l. m. filicins  ÖS  a.  ¿tiV  JïïïatGresses, Meddling'* $fc» ?  Sfe»-Also COFFIN MAKERS and UNDERTAKERS.  Oct. 18,1806.  120-dwtf.  AGENTS (male and female) wanted everywhere; For full particulars please addreea ;  G. W. JACKSON & CO., 11 Soujh st„ Baltimore, Md. feb9-lmd #>   . . dnaleil, li? all iviiids oi*  iMpiES.AND CAKES,. ' "■'^■i  ; ; , FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS j;  fanily @F©©eFl©s 9  &c« 9  ' ■ - '  -Jp'TY CANDIES and ciakes are manufactured on I\/li MY OWN PREMISES, and are warranted not to Injure the most delicate consiitution.  UHOLnGALU AIW V.Z1W1L AGEKT  FOR, [JOROAK'S SBLF-RISIKG V/HBAT AND  little köck,'arkansas,  Bimmwir ¿5. IF ss  Proprietors-  July 7,1866. ':'■  ii.  UJ t)  dwtf.  ¿5 cö€«  Cresa.escili  te  Kiew CDaieaiüs Cards.  7. g. mc lga1în.  A. II. UASON  JiZzILBzamJíñ í; JhGSdDcTJ-  YTiiolecûlo ßroeoro and  (ü(ipjsiJi3nssE<n>jy ^unm^cmidOij^irß,  125 COBI MON STREET,  . September 10.1866.  ITET7 OltïiEAXTS.  . 87-dwif.  ANDREW J. AIEEN.  samuel hainet.  caBLtnjr.ü mcamTsz^  (SüCCCSgOK3 TO KOTCIIFORD, SROWN CO.)  TTÛM FACTORS  (CcnDtssiom ItofeÄ  ;;   CMUOÎÏDULSÏ sx.,  Laws of the United States passed at the First on ol the Thirty-Ninth Congress.  JST©w ©rlleciima.  120—dw6m.  AYEE & BE0TH1ES, Maaufaotur-  ___ers.ofsTobacoo end Cigars; Dealers iin  Chewing, and Leaf Tobacco, 61, ToKpupitoulas street,' between Natchez arid Poydras, New Orlcatis,'2/d' ::  94-^-dly. :  : Sept.19;^S66 i  b. V. bonn,  Little Roclc, Ark.  A. T. FINN & LiO.,  j\'eio York.  hmmmni mm mmwmmMo .2^0 2Fo OTOT is. :  Manufacturera, Importers and Whi.leaale Dealorsoin  V . ' ■ - ■  IFmr • fissség" • "Mé&ts '¡dmà'^BS^iàW-  AND ' 19 MAGAZINE ' STREET, CÓRNER  common.  ;  - ' ' ■ • " ■  i^* Orders promptly filled.'■■", ¡-¡ . U; n • May Ô, 1866. , tf. i  ..'fiWi MfHFJS©!^ €©  s j  Cotton Factors  AN»  € ,0;M- M. IBM m,,M E m € 1I I  46 UNIÓN STREET, N   :  lëw  :  ©ffEesiims.: Sept. 29, 1866. 103—dwly.  BE00KS, MACDOîfÂLDCO.,  59 'Garondelet Stëet,.  JfAÎIES M. BEOOKS, HUGH MAODONALD, LEWIS.EI. LEGAT. September 10,1866;  NEW ORLEANS. ' 87-dwtf.  joün henby.  B. W. TAYLOB.  jjdPMjr m&jvmw & <D$P  »»  •WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  EOOl 5 © a.ïïid. tâlHEOJS^  Nos. 121 and i 23 Common St.  September. 10,1866.  HEW OîÛLEÂïTS.  . 87-dwtf. ;  B. WÌ MABTIN, A. T. HAWTHOHN, : ,  Warren, Ark., - . New Orleans,  D. C. Case, Late of New Madrid, Mo.  Minim  'HÄWTffOM' à  è MM.......'  and:  (BEIlEâL COMMISSIOI MEECMEIfS, c^^o í (DmrmMMMt ®ßreeu 3  \  1BW.OELEA1S. Nov. 22, 1866 dl49-w21-d&wtf  .JlTew <n>rEecam,è, BDeviilßiE UPep&t j IBottatol^sSaefil jEt flé®5..  ;  -  FTT1HB OLDEST and, most; estensive Dental Eür 11 nishing Establishment in the South. Keeps constantly on hand a well selected and complete stock of Dental Material, . Instruments, . etc., of every Description needed in the General Practice.of Dentis-try.'Or^eative atìd Mechanical, '«'i  Chairs, Head-rests, Spitton Stands, Instrument  ufacturer's Prices-, ,, .....  Biiperior Gold FoU" made by S. S. White, Chas. Abbey & Sons, J. B. Dunlevy, A.-J. Watts and others, and, has ,the.exclusive Agency South for Archer's Im-proved] .Dental Chair. . Also, S. 8. White's Dental GcsmosV aid desèrvèdij' universally popular Porcelain Teeth,,not- only, in the,United.¡States  : l>ufcthé World overj'which" we sell for cash àt the following rates: • ' Discount for $25 00 we * givé $26  ?  30 in Te eth. Foir $50 00 we give, 855 GO in^ Teeth.. For $100, OO^e give SI17 60 in Téeth. For §200 00 we give $250 00 in Teeth. . . ;ì : - ;  . All ordera will be.carefully and promptly filled and shipped as directed. ,  s  . '  • -Catalogues sent free on application to :  ■ • ' -A. A.,FA2ERWEATHER, Formerly, Mrs. T. Jinnikgs, jr.,  New Orléans Dental Depot.  :  No. 53 St. Charles street,. May 7.1866. " dwly 4 '.  O   :  WILlLISIPISp. "W^ Suole msbie   4  OC5  AliTD -COKniSSÏOH  : HSEÔHA]ÏÏTB,:  M 0 -  Jan.  it V-I  74 COMMON STREET, NEW, ORLEANS. 10, 1867. 287-dw28-d&w6m, j  fijl , B. REARDON, with Lee Crandall & Co., Cotton So 1 ©' factors and Commission Merchants, 198 Gravier ¡street, New Orleans. . Nov. 27, 1866, . 152—tt .  KNIGHT-.& CO.,  dealers 'ill  J.W Hopkins, (late Real Estato Agt.,Mem. Temi. , > J. W. Faust, (Attorney at Law,) < >.i '  jA. Maiitin, (Land Surveyor.)' i  ©F^ICE oyer Dr. McAlmont's; Drag Store, Little Rock/Arkansas. ' - - October 6,18C5, .  «•WHEAT FLOUR  tl/f  Tuo TWO BEST articles in merket, vrarraníed er, represen tad. Call aud bo  Jen. 12j 180?.  ie0d-v723-d¿;v/tí'  All goods, convinced  MAPOLEON'S LIFE OF CiBSAR; Rise of the Dntch Republic, by Motley : History of United Netherlands, by Motley ; History ot Civilization in England, by Buckle. Just Received at the Rook Store of -  , JNO. E. REARDON.  Nov.1,18KC. . . 132—tf  1TJRJL:  dP&lX®.  A LAUGR SUPPLY of tboverv finest TAX PA--rA PER aud TAX BOOKS, manufactured to any iiize, with flesiWe or- board covers, to suit all demands at RBARDON'S BOOKSTORE, corner of Beoti and  Markham.; .: „•., vi.  Plantation, Hill and Woodworking  .MACHIHEEY AID A GRTGULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.  "FT7" KEEP constantly on hand a large assortment of i tC\ articles peculiar to our business and through our: agents intho north and east can fill promptly;and at a small advance above manufacturers^ prices all or-; ders for articles in our line not usually kept in' this market. .- i  The great change in our labor system necessitates a :  corresponding chinge in the-'implements to bo Used and we have prepared ourselves to offer the' latest iai proved  Labor Saving £3acliine3 }   both for agricultural and mechanical purposes at price that will warrant their purchase. Also Leeds & Co.'s surjj.ir kettle.1, Novrell, t:crew3,gin geariag &C., and will contract for any kind of work done at their establishment, at their prices.  172, Gravier Streat, New Orleans. Nov. 21,1866. _ 14:9—wlydltaw.  a large lot of pink eye potatoes,  A \ at jones, Mcdowell & co*s. Fob. 17, 1867. 221-dtf.  ■ {Continued from yesterday.)  Sec. 13 v And be it further enacted, Thatany porson claiming to be interestpd in the property sold under tho provisions, of the proceeding [preceding] section inay, within three months after such sale, apply to the secretary of the treasury for ¡3, remission of the ..forfeiture end à restoration of , the proceeds of. each sale, -and the same may; be granted to eaid Bsoretsry upon satisfactorj rproof, to ".be furnished in euch manner. as he shall direct, that the applicant at the . time of the seizure and sale of; the property in question, did not ,knpw ;  of the seizure, and wäs in such circumstances às prevented him from knowing" of the same, , and that said for r  feiture waE'incurrod without wilful negligence or intention of fraud on the, part of tlie= owner of such property. I ;  ;  ^  Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That if d o application :for such r saiisaion : or . restoration  sale, the secretary <of ?  the ..treasury shall then cause tho proceeds of such sale to be distributed in,the same manner as if sucli property iad been condemned and sold in pursuance of a decree of a, competent cpurt.  Seo. 15. And be it further enacted, That .whenever seizure Bhall be made of any property which in the opinion of the. appraisers, shall be liable to perish or; waste, or to be greatly reduced in value by keeping or cannot be kept without great; disproportionate expense, whether such seizure'eonsist' of live animals, or goods, wares qrmerchandise, and when the property thua^eeized shall not exceed five hundred dollars.in value, and when no claim shall have been tnterpo3ed, therefor as  : is .hereinbefore provided the said appraisers, if requested by. the collects or principal officer making the; seizure at the time when such appraisal, is made, shall certify on oath in their appraisal .their belief that the property seized is liable to speedy deterioration or that the expenses of its, keeping will largely reduce ,f,he net proceeds of the. sale ; and in case the. appraisers; thus certifyfsuch collcctor or other, offiçey, may-proceed to - advertise. and sell the same at auction, by giving notice for suoh time as te may think reasonable, but not less than ope week, of :  Buch Beizure and intended sale, by advertisement as hereinbefore provided î. and the proceeds, :of such sale shall be deposited to the credit of the -treasurer of the United States, subject, nevertheless, to the pay-. ;ment. of  ;  suoh claims as shall be presented with' in three months from,the day of Bale,; andallowed by the secretary .of the. treasury. ( :  • - |  Sec. 16. And bo it further enacted, That the secretary of the; treasury shall have authority. to ascertain, the facta upon all applications for remission of fines, :  penalties, and forfeitures incurred or accruing under tfce revenue . laws, where the amoirnt in. question does not exceed one thousand dollars, in such manner and under such regulations as he may deem proper : and he may thereupon remit or mitigate such fines, penalties or forfeitures, if in his opinion the same shall.have been incurred without wilful negligence or any intention of ;  fraud.  Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That whenever the, proper officer of the customs shall so duly notified of tho existence of a lien upon imported goods, /wares or merchandise-in his custody, he shal^ before, delivering such goods, warea or merchandise to ' the importer, owner or consignee thereof, give seasonable notice to the party or parties claiming the lien ; and the possession by the ôScérs . of customs shall not affect the discharge öf such lîen : gEro^ided, That the rights of the government shall not be prejudiced thereby. And the secretary of the-treasury may prescribe.àll needful regulations-to r  carry this provision into effect ; And provided, That neither the United ¡States.nor; its .officers shall be in any manner liable for losses incurred in consequence of the omission by accideht and without their fault of officers of the customs to give the notice aforesaid. ; .; : .  Sec. :18. And be It r further enacted, That nothing in this act contained shall be taken to abridge or liniit any ' forfeitures penalty, fine, liability, or rernedy provided for or existing under any law now in force, except as herein otherwise specially provided.  Seo. 19. And be . it further ona,cted, That where the valuè of-goods; wàrés, or merchandise imported or brought into the United States stsallnot exceed one hundred: dollars, the coir, lector is authorized in hiß .discretion to admit, the same to entry without the production of the triplicate invoice requiredby the act of March threej eighteen hundred and- sixty-three, enti titled An act to prevent and punish frauds," and so forth,, and without Bubmitting the question to the secretary of thé treasury, Provided, That the collector shall be satisfied that thi neglect to produce such " invoice- was unintentional, and that theiimportation .was . in. good faith, and .without any purpose of defrauding or evading thé rveeriué ; laws of the .United States.' ' ~ ■''  !   Seo. 20. And be it further onacted, That if any goods, _warcâ or miarphandise^ shall, ..at any port^or place m the.United States on. thenorth-erii, northeastern, or northwestern frontiers thereöi, bé ladeh ' upon-any VesBel; belonging wholly or in part to subject or subjects of a foreign country or countries, and ahall be. taken thence to a foreign; port oy place to be reladen and rèshipped to any other port or place in the United States on said frontiers, either' by the sàiiio or any othèr ' vessel,"foreign : or- American with intent to eyade the;prpvisions ; of;the,fourth section of " the,act concerning the navigation of the United States,^' approved March one, éîghteén hundred' and seventeen,- the 1  said goods, wares and merchandise shall, on their arrival at such .laat-name.d port or: place, be seized and forfeited to the United States, and the^^vessel^¿hall pày^ä tonnsge 'duty of fifty cents pér tön on her admëasuretneût. - >  Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That all steam tug boats,.¡not; of the ^United States, found employed in towing documented vessels of the United States plying froin onë port or place"in the same to another, shall forfeit and pay ¿the sum of fifty centa ; perj ton on the ; admeasurement of every such yessel so towed  ;  by^ them respectively as aforesaid, which Bum may be recovered by^ way^^ of ^ ïibfel'or suit. • ' * «'•','»  SÉÔW 22. And uo it further enabted^^Thafe if any..vessel enrolled or licensed to engagoin tho foreign or coasting trade on .the northern, northeastern, and, northwestern frontiers of. the United States; shftU t0iich ; 'at i aiiy port or ; place in'thé àdjacéioit Britiah-pro-i iîïces, and the ; taasi terror othetiperson; having;.charge of such ;-vessel shall purchase any goods* wares or coerchan: dise, for the use of said '.vessel, said master br other person'having 'cbàrge^^ of sàïd' vëssèlshkîl report the sani6, ; 'itith l cost !  : and quantity: thereof to the,collector ; .dr other officer; -of the custom's at the. first,port in the United States at which he shall next arrive,-designating them "sea stores;" and in the oath to be taken by such- master or other person in charge of such vcesçî, on mal;ing said report, he shall declare that the articles so specified or designated " sea stores," are truly intended for the use exclusively of said vessel, and are not intended for sale, transfer, or private use, and if,-upon examination end ins j sc tion by tho collector or other offioer of the eus tonis such articles are not deemed excessive in quantity for the" usé of said vossel for the voyago on which sho is engage  such articles shall be declared free of duty ; butif it shall be, found that the quantity of such articles or . any , part thereof so reported aro osoessivo, it shall bo lawful for the collector or other officer of the customs to estimato tho amount of duty on such excess, which shall be forthwith paid by eaid master or other person having charge of said vessel, on pain of forfeiting a sum of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than four times the value of Buch excess, or said master or other person, having ohargo of such vessel shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of not less than three months nor more than two years, at tho discretion of the court. And if any other or. greater quantity of dutiable articles shall bo * found on board of such vessel than are specified m such report or entry of said articles, or any part thereof shall be landed without k permit from a collector or other officer of the customs,: Buch^rtides, together with tho vessel her apparel, tackle, and furniture, shall be seized and forfeited: Provided always That articles purchased for the use of or for sale on"board - any steamboat, propeller, or other ysssol,'as "saloon stores or supplies," ahall be deemed goods, wares, and merchandise and Shall be liable (when purchased at a foreisn porl)lo/esiiry-t^d- tho payment 'of 'the ; duties found to bo due thereon at the first port of arrival of such vessel in the United States, and for a failure on the part of the saloon keeper or person purchasing or owning such articles to report, make entries, and pay duties, as hereinbefore required, such articles,' together with the fixtures and other goods, wares, or merchandise, foundin such saloon or on or about such vessel belonging to and owned by such saloon keeper or other person interested in such saloon, shall be seized and forfeited, and such saloon keeper or other person purchasing a,nd owning as [aforesaid shall forfeit and pay the sum of not'less;tlian one hundred dollars nor-more than five hundreol dollars, and in addition thereto shall be imprisoned for a term not less than three months nor more than two years...,  Seo. 23. Andbeitfurther enacted, That the equipments, or any part thereof, (including boats,) purchased for, or the expenses of repairs made in a foreign country upon a vessel enrolled and licensed under the Jaws of the United States to engage in the foreign and coasting trade on the northern; northeastern, and northwestern frontiers of the United States, or a vessel intendedto .be employed in suoh rade, shall, on the first arrival of such vessel in any port of the United States, be liable to entry and the payment of an ad valorem 'duty of fifty per centum on the cost thereof in such foreign country?; and if the owner or owners or master of such vessel shall wilfully and knowingly" neglect or fail to report, make entry, and pay duties as herein required, such ves8e,i with her tackle, apparel and furniture, shall be seized and forfeited: Provided, That if the owner or owners or master of such vessel shall furhidh good and sufficient evidence that sueh vessel, while iu the regular course of her yoyage, was compelled, by stress of weather or other casualty, to put into said foreign port and purchase'such equipment's, or make such repairs, ;  to secure 1  the safety of the vessel to enable her to reach her port of destination, then it Bhall be competent for the secretary, of the treasury to remit. or refund such duties, and Buch vcssell shail not be liable to forfeiture, and no license or enrollment and license, or renewal of either, shall hereafter be issued to any such vessel until the collector to whom application is made for the same shall be satisfied, from the oath'of the owner or inaster, that all such equipments and repairs; inade within the year immediately preceding Buch application, lave been duly accounted for under the provisions of this section, and the duties accruing thereon after the piassage of 1  this act duly paid-and if such owner or master shallrefnse to take' such oath, or take it falsely, the vessel Bhall be seized and forfeited.  Sec. 24. And be any certificate of  it further enacted, That if registry, enrollment, or license, or. other record or document granted in lien thereof, to any vessel shall be knowingly and fraudulently obtained or used for any vessel not entitled to the benefit thereof, such vessel, with her taekle, apparel, and furniture, shall be liable to. forfeiture.  Sec, 25. And be it further enacted, That on and afterthe first day of July next, the several provisions Of the act entitled "an act to regulate the collection of duties on' imports and tonnage," approved March two, seventeen hundred and ninoty-nine, relating to manifests, shall  apply as. well to vessels owned in whole or in  * sart by foreigners as to vessels of the United States; and that'¿the secretary of state send copies of this section to all consular Officers of the United, Staees in foreign; countries.  Seo, 26, And .be it further enacted, That no goods, wares, or merchandise, taken from any port or place in thé United States, on the northern, northeastern; or m northwestern frontiers hereof, to a port or place in another collection district of the United States on said frontiers in any ship or vessel,, shall* be unladen and delivered from such ship or vessel within the Imted States bnfc in open day, that is to say, between tho rising and the setting of the sun, except by speoial license from the collector or Other principal officer of ; the port for that pur-! ??se, nór at any time yrithout a permit from such collector or other principal officer for such unlading or delivery. And the owner or owners of •.-eyery vessel whose master or manager shall neglect to comply with the provisions of this section, shall forfeit and pay to thé United Státes a sum; not less than' one .hundred 'dol-^ínore'.t¿an" fivq hundred dollars : Pro-yidedi,; That the éecretáry of 'the treasury be, and hé is hereby, authorized from time to time, to' make'such; regulations as to him shall seem iciecèssary and. '/expedient' for unlading at. and clearance íroÉa any port or place on said frontiers of ships or vessels' at night. .•  Sec. 27. And be it further enacted, That the secretary of - th'e treasury be, and hé is hereby , authorized to make such rules and regulations, from time to time, as to him shall seem necessary, relative  ;  to the duties of inspectors .authorized by law, to be placed on board of ves» beís destinedone or moré ports in. the United States..-/ r '  Sec. 28." And be it further enacted, That all vessels which, under the provisions of the 15th Bectioti of ' tiië áct entitled "án áct 'increasing temporarily the duties on imports,- and for other purpose3," approved July, 14, 1862,; of the fourth)section of the  ; actojèntitledact to — . - -.„ _ on imports,  and for other. purposes," .approved March 8  1868. and of the fourth; scction of an act enti'«. tied '.'an actcraondotory of certain aijtsimposicc duties upon. ïtoreign ..importations," approved March 3j 1865, are exempted from, paying tonnage duties more^than oseo a y ear,: shall iii-fe^ after pay the same either, at their first clearance from or entry at, according to, priority, a cus-tom house in the.^United Stóteá iü èàch ;  calén-dar year:^Provided; - lioënséd and :  -¿¿i  roîleci and hecnsca vessols of tho Uniiod States snail pay the same duty T?hen taking out or re-their respective enrollments or licenses  n.ma hno ^.t • -, 1  v  ^ „ constrned to oro-  venu customs officora from collecting such tonn nage auty at tho entry of anv vessel at their respective oustom-housea during tho calendar  been" . 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