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Little Rock Daily Arkansas Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1866, Little Rock, Arkansas door east or scott md Oct. 18,18B6. aid ' OPPOSITE OLD THEATRE J. Old free of of ft. E T in in this I am Mi prepared to furnish Plans 2 Manufacturers and Iron liF PREPARED to executed it invite the attention of the Merchants ot the city and country to our arid feel cont that we can fill their cheaper than they can he bought elsewhere and brought side Main one door North of Clothing August 30,1866^_ 80-tt- W. Main and MarKham LITTLE 7,1866 ' and general FACTORS AND S 1st and Water site Steamboat Consignments to orders to advances made on 25,1860. 77-dwtf. S. MORGAN OF MOUSE ' t 9 CHERRY AND SCOTT December 27//i,:1865. dwtf. H. A B G E T C 0 o ta O u 03 O o - ARK. 4.1S66 A. C. 5 LITTLE lu the Frame opposite tho State - opposite tl May 23, 1866. r. PRACTICE IN THE FEDERAL and State Courts of Special attention given to the collection of of Main and Markham over Drug Feb. 6', H. C. B. attend to business in any part of. the 21, Jl. LITTLE in the Circuit and Supreme Courts iand will give his attention to business entrusted to him in any part of the over Dr. Drug August 24, 1865., d.w.tC., Mill and Am KEEP Constantly on hand a large assortment of articles peculiar to our business and through our agents in the north and east can fill promptly and at a small above prices all ders for articles in not usually Sept in great change in our labor system a change in the implements used and we have prepared ourselves to offer the latest Saying - for agricultural and mechanical at price that will their Also Leeds sugar NeWell gearing and will contract for any kind of work done - at r their GraVier New 1866. Bl M IE T U E 'M Manufacturer jrED M - MDM OLD St. Louis and Com NEW PRICES PEAU NO Nov. 15,1806, . i 144-d3m s. F. s. ' s OFFICE IN GAZETTE LITTLE September 87-dwly. and 3ES, O IS 3E& i FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MARKHAM AND FIRST AND John Old Stand on the 13, 1866. M cM s m jum s. Attorneys at Commissioner for the State of 94-d3m. : Sept. 19,1866. mi 16,1866. and Commission LITTLE attention paid to all sales of Merchandize in and out of doors Quick sales and prompt returns D. Oct. 14,1864. dtf. Auctioneer. g. or AVE this day formed a copartnership for the ] purpose of transacting in the city of Little The name and style of the firm wiU 85dtf. the City HalL Tuesdays and September 6, 1866. Surgeon and rear room of the Ashley Mark liam Little AS RESUMED THE PRACTICE Ill at the HOT Hot Mot Spring July 25, 1865. i 118 Carondelet 68 Vine of Dean Haie D. of Little Ark. T. of T. W. 40 UNION 5.1866. 6m. ' ' ' AND Pocket etc. N. Robert McRee is associated with Mr. H. 29i 1866. ly. by all the usual routes of conveyance covered by our Policy of 129-d3m 51. w. m. Late of d. l. ' I SS I ON No. 48, Corner Union Sept. 29, 1866. 104:rdw3m. of Tobacco and and Leaf 61 Tchoupitoulas between Natchez 94-^dly. of Morrell VaQ GENERAL COMMISSION Near Custom House C. G. Little W. B. Little A. M. A. J. McLean's E. B. S. Bostick Oct. 8, 1866-, ; j. ' to n. l. n. h. Ala. Ala. WALTHALL COMMISSION 61 Warren 3onvisos, Agent at August 31, 1866, 8l-3m. RECEIVED OUR FALL and winter is in propose to sell Goods for what they are and give you just what you Ho if you want good at cheap call 7 BADGETT ROCK 5, 1866. ' 135-dwtf is on Main in Robin's Theatre Build Our stock consists of Goods and We wonld respectfully solicit a of the public Main Theatre Little Nov. 15.1865. dtf. 3.'o> ini IRON retail dealer At his Old Stand on Markham 6,1866. always at his at Mrs. corner of Main and Walnut July 12,1866. 45tf i aid MAIN opposite the Post 1 5,1866. IB M .TT A IL M T I E At his stand opposite the lie expects to Cotton 18,1866. 120dw6m. W. T. New C. Late of New m. ' ' AND - - Nov. 22, 1866 h. 0 M ml 101 ME EC I f UNION Sept. 29, 1866. 103dwly. 20,1866. B O P 0 5 Wholesale and Retail Dealer m. w AND 19,1866. M i - Dealer in Leather and X I or IS IE El Drug two doors south of Cherry you want a good fitting and well made Boot call at the s above Keeps constantly jhand an of all kinds 01 and nf keeps Leather Findings and all kinds of Orders fulfilled on the shortest AIL work charges Sept. 13,1866. 90dtf. M M m M ciw ' - of LITTLE 1 o' o- o X B 9 and retail ami 4 Main ' on Highest price paid for Received and Forwarded with tho greatest Charges LLOYD F. OVERTON will always be ready to receive and attend the orders of his Nov. in 1852.) SUBSCRIBER H AS AGAIN arid Book Little and will be happy to see or hear from his old and to accommodate new has now on and will be constantly receiving a general of. and small and all other kinds of Blank ' Periodicals and He has the very a. little 7; 1866. is prepared to rule any kind of Blanl kind HMH ' Opposite ihc Post ARKANSAS A. ADAMS well and cheap as can be done in other attention willbe paid to orders from the done well and witK - - - E. 10, 1866. .2dtf. 74 COMMON NEW December 5, if- Grocers 10.186G. Im HE OLDEST and most Establishment in the Keeps constantly on hand a well selected and stock of Dental of every Description heeded in the General Practice of and j Brackets Rolling Plaster Prices Gold FoU made by S. Abbey J. Bi A. Ji Watts and the exclusive Agency Archer's Improved Dental S. S. Dental universally popular Porcelain Teeth only in United States but the World which we sell for cash at the following for 00 we give 30 For 00 60 in For 00 we give 60 iu For 00 we give 00 in orders will be carefully and promptly filled and shipped as Laws of the United States passed the First Session of NO. 41.] ACT the the Be it enacted by the Senato and House of of the United States of in Congress That as provided for dnd consented to the constitution of the Stato of all that territory and of the present of of and between the and the forty decree of latitude and west of the of tudo of Washington is added to and of tho Stale of Sec. 2. And bo it further Thai IS hereby added to aud made part of ff of all that extent of territory within the following mencing on the thirty-seventh degree of north at the 37lh degree of longitude west from Washington and on of. longitude to tUe river Colorado of. the West down the middle of said river to the eastern boundary of the State of thence northwesterly along said boundary of to the thirty-seventh of north latitude and thence said degree of latitude to the point of beginning That the territory mentioned in this section shall not become a part of the State of Nevada until such shall through consent thereto And That possessory rights acquired by citizens of the United Stales to aud recorded in compliance with the rules and regulations adopted by in the and other mining districts in the Territory incorporated by the provisions of this act into the State of shaU remain as valid subsisting mining but nothing contained shall ba so construed as granting a title in to any mineral lands held by titles in the mining States aud May 5, 1S6CK AN ACT .to encourage communication between the United States and the island of Cuba and Other West India Islands and the James A. Alfred Alevander Oliver R. L. William F. and James their successors and composing the International Telegraph an incorporated company chartered by the State of New 5fork, are desirous of establishing a line of submarine telegraphic between the United States of America and the | West India Islands aud m to the said it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress That the said International Ocean Telegraphic incorporated under the laws the of New their successors and shall have the sole privilege for a period of years from the approval of this and operate telegraphic or magnetic lines or cables in and over the shores and which the United States have from the shores of the State of Florida in the said United to the Island of Cuba and the either or and other West India 4. And be it further the said International Ocean Telegraph Company at all times give the United States the free use of said or to a telegraph operator of its own to transmit any messages to and from its and aud the said company shall keep all its lines open to the public for the transmission for publication of market and commercial reports and and despatches and communications shall be forwarded in the order in which they shall ba received and the said company shall not be permitted charge and collect for transmitted through any of its submarine cables more than the rate of three dollars aud fifty cents for messages of ten to the power of Congress to alter and said rates That the International Telegraphic Company shall within the period of three years from the passage of this the said submarine tele graphic cable or cables to be laid and that the said cable or cables shall be in successful operation for the transmission of messages within the said period of five years otherwise this grant to be null and 3. And be it further That Congress shall have at any to alter repeal the foregoing act. May 5, 1866. f. T. co HIT Importers and Wholesale Dealers AND 19 MAGAZINE CORNER u Orders promptly 9,. 1866. 166 w. dealers 121 and 123 Common o A IL W 'A R B of all kinds all for pa e the finest articles of MADiO CLOTHING and DRESS He is prepared to do Custom Work in the most and at cheap Markham opposite Nov. 1, 1866. 132-awtf. 10,1866^ Carondelet m. hugo lewis 10,1860.- sent free on Ai Mrs. T. New Orleans Dental 53 St. Charles 7.1866. ii dealer in MARKHAM is to do Work at M shortest by the moat skillful His stock of Boots and Shoes is and made of the very best f Orders filled on the and 1866. e. w. p. to n. general land established in 1824. ILL REDEEM and pay on and Record Deeds in any part of Soli Valuable in Almost Every in buy to bo had in this or any for residents non-residents will collect will attend to any commissions which they may be E. Clements 11,1806. NO. 43.} AN ACT extend the jurisdiction of the court of it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America That the court of claims shall have to hear and determine the claim of any quartermaster or of or other disbursing officer of the United or of his or relief from on account of losses by or while iti of his duty government and papers in. his and for which such was and ia held responsible That an appeal may be taken to the Court as in 2. And be it further That ever said court have ascertained the of to have been without fault or neglect on tie part of any such it shall make a setting forth the amount upon TrUich tlie proper of the treasury shall allow to such officer the amount so decreed as a credit in tho settlement of his May 9, 1864. NO. 44.] AN ACT enlarging the of the of of Washington in the District of it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of United of America in levy the county of in District of is hereby empowered to declare and locate as public highways such roads miliary rOads in said district during the ion as said court may deem advisable the damages which the owners of 87-dwtf. oyer which said roads pass shall reason said roads being declared public highways shall be assessed as provided for in section three of the act of Congress approved July 1st, 1812, act conferring cer tain powers on the levy court for the county of in the District of May 9,1866, BROTHER 10-, 1S65. by the Gallon or ET TE 16, 1866. assorted brands and just received and C. G. SCOTT 2,' 3;8ff0.
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