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Little Rock Daily Arkansas Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1866, Little Rock, Arkansas watkìns. ìì- No, Q^ Marhham, Street, eecond door east or scott steect, LITTLE ROCK.....................ARKANSAS. raM¥¥A€']rmim§ &m -iìM^ÌIÌSMÌ ofaUldndsof Also COFiflN. MAIpIRS md UWDBETAKERS. Oct. 18,18B6. 120-dwtf. CHABI-ES Jm^LEB FBEDERIO KKAMEB. Wiioies^ie aid .fetal CSriicers. ■ M^iii''^ti'eetg ' OPPOSITE OLD THEATRE BUILDING, (cuas. J. Kkeb's Old Stand,) " All Piirch^ Pelivered free of CJiarge. -gogriclTCTimiH^ & (formerly of ft. smith, auk.,) WHOLESALEAN D.R E T AU.L — dbalees in — MJ^TS, e^BFB, HB^&tS, SMdPISS, ------ cmicriBo <D. dpm'np.isjyjicnj'j', ^rilD) CJIVIILi lEMdS-IMlSSElEl.. rrTTAVING locatcd in this ci^ PEBMiLKETLT, I am Mi prepared to furnish Plans :ahd Specifications, D. q. fones. dealers in BE 2 And Manufacturers of , _ : TiHjiGpppcF and Slieet Iron Ware, A liF PREPARED to executed all-Irinds of, .70JS A it ¿^ßgTÄoFING, We invite the attention of the Merchants ot the city and country to our WTioieshlp Price, List, arid feel cont fident that we can fill their orders, cheaper than they can he bought elsewhere and brought here. Store—Eist side Main street, one door North of Ticknor^s Clothing .Establishment.- ^ . ^ : ; .FONES & BROTHERS. August 30,1866^_ 80-tt- HA-RDW^RE, ON (Z2 N s ^meemswmre^ S^c. §. W. €ori Main and MarKham Sts., LITTLE EOGK,:......,,..........ABKANSlS. iuffusi 7,1866 • ' . . , ;63-tf.; ' forwardikg and general ' COMMISSION MERGHANTSs COTTON FACTORS AND S TMMJiM MTILE ROCK, ARK. Cor. 1st and Water Sts., oppo' site Steamboat Landing, (COLLECTIONS, Consignments to sell, orders to U^ purchcae, solicited. . Liberal advances made on Consignments. 25,1860. 77-dwtf. ■WH. S. DAVIS, LiiUe Hoch, Arks. JOHN MORGAN KINEEAD ¿ii. Louis, Mo. So BAiriS fcC^aj' PR0PBIET0R3 OF THE AlTiOMf MOUSE IiI¥EE¥ AI© ' t á.fo ïe 9 COR. CHERRY AND SCOTT STS., LIlULE ROOK, AUKS., December 27//i,:1865. dwtf. JTÈiW' 'érÔ<B3]>S! If. H. ;B A B G E T T^.^ : C O o •i ÎS ^ -Ka g çs <0 g Q N m 0 e -H. S O I § O PR 'cá 03 Pi o ta O f-i ft & ca <3 © a cá h* u eô 03 03 i~l O •f-i <¡3 fe m H. 1=3 m M t O g m ^ m g M o o f^ m ^ ■ E-l /kttûoirney ILfSiw ■ - ■ ; €Ia!®IgeiiÎ9 VAN BÜREN, ARK. ^ct.ber 4.1S66 _lOS-dW. üi:0. A. GALLAOUEK. B. C. NEWTON. ^(S-A ¿IL. AiS-IHIISIS Kri3W!r<U)H 5 u^-îfcTbo'Â-iaô;^^© LITTLE ROCK,. :.......... ©FPICE : lu the Frame Building, opposite tho State House. ' - " - ---- iBLlfc ILja-Wg, ........ARKANSAS. r, opposite tl May 23, 1866. b. r. rlcn. m. vr. benjaiun. miKDm s; mmjTjfMiiEj^r, sut. ILdSa, -w s LITTLE ROCK, ARIL ILL PRACTICE IN THE FEDERAL and State Courts of Arkansas. Special attention given to the collection of debts^ Office—Corner of Main and Markham streets, over McAlmont's Drug Store. ; V. Liille Bock, Feb. 6', l^QG. W A. H. OAKLAND. àAII^ÎLAPJiD, C. C. WHITE. L. B. NASH. WMEiTia & w ^jMUcprmet^s ezß ILns,^^^ LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ILL attend to business in any part of. the State. tf. 'J-wsr. 21, I860, i Jl. W'.'IFAMT,; i . LITTLE ROCK, A-RK. . "ILL PRACTICE, in the Circuit and Supreme Courts at,Little Rock, iand will give his attention to business entrusted to him in any part of the iStateV OERce over Dr. McAlmont's Drug Storo. August 24, 1865., d.w.tC., KMIGHT & CO. DEALERS IK Plantaiion, Mill and T7ood-workiag MACHmSliY Am : ' AGlilCULTUEAL IMPLEMENTS. T/^ KEEP Constantly on hand a large assortment of . jVi^ articles peculiar to our business and through our agents in the north and east can fill promptly and at a small adyancc above maduracturers's prices all or^ ders for articles in oiir'line not usually Sept in this"" market. • ; ' ' The great change in our labor system .necessitates a col-responding change in the implements to" be" used and we have prepared ourselves to offer the latest im-;provcd; , . Sjabqr Saying B^chix^os, ; - . both for agricultural and mechanical pnrposes at price that will warfant their purchase. Also Leeds & Co.'s sugar liettlds, NeWell .screws,'gi gearing &c., and will contract for any . kind of work done - at r their .es-. tabliahment.at thiir prices... , 172, GraVier Street, New Orleans. Nov.'2l, 1866. IB' Bl M IE § T ■'S? U m'IP E 'M ^^ Wholesale Manufacturer of - c; ojáz jrED M jss^ - <s- Erjm MDM (DIPS3 , Chocolate, Syrups, Lozenges,; Jtgube Paste, &c.vi (n\(5T) OLD LEVEE, bet. St. Louis and Com sts. ■ ■ . . NEW ORLEANS. UIS PRICES "WILL PEAU NO COMPETITION, Nov. 15,1806, . : i 144-d3m i s. F. DUFFIE. j. s. duffib 4 5 >K> I it- «o, CO. co ■ ,IffiIIIFIFIIB liDiriFIPIia, ' ' me Iß s s&È JLmw^ I OFFICE IN GAZETTE BüII-flKG, LITTLE ROCK, ABK. September a. , 87-dwly. <r. vhOLESALE and retail tì- 3ES, O <0 IS 3E& i FORWARDING AND COMMISSION lEECHANTS, CJoittom E^ac-toE'^s CORNEPv MARKHAM AND FIRST STS., AND ! John Collins' Old Stand on the Levee. LITTLE ROCK, ARK: ii'eò. 13, 1866. ; . dtf. m M cM s . k' m jum s. Attorneys at Law, MEMPIS, TENN. Mr. Hudson, Commissioner for the State of Arkan-. Isas. ■ 94-d3m. : Sept. 19,1866. IL. Iffl. IPIELÎÏÏ, [sMtË&rmey mi JLa&w fi ITÌTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. ILá Ífeb. 16,1866. ■ dtf. dealers in ED. IF'ST^CBIEM^JLSD, Auction and Commission Merchant MARKHAM ST., LITTLE ROOK, ARK. ^TRiCT attention paid to all sales of Merchandize Furniture, Produce, Stock, &c., in and out of doors £Sr Quick sales and prompt returns made. J. D. FITZGERALD, Oct. 14,1864. dtf. Auctioneer. john g. fletcher. peter hotze. " or AVE this day formed a copartnership for the ] .Xil purpose of transacting a (Bemerul <3^M<2,ii'€Simmû%%%Mg Business in the city of Little Rock. The name and style of the firm wiU be R. wf^STB^BMSOKT, Jlnatice the Í Court Days— 85—dtf. ^"KFFICE—At the City HalL Tuesdays and Fridays. September 6, 1866. ! ; m>MMmME,'E., Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. j^FFICE—In rear room of the Ashley Office, Mark MJ/ liam street. Little Rock, Arkansas. jBr. (B.l m^. OF HIS ,ITT AS RESUMED THE PRACTICE . Ill Prolession, at the HOT SPRINGS. Hot Springs, Mot Spring co., July 25, 1865. tf. m y V «©IPTÍDM FACTTctDIS® - ■ —amd—" i ■ No. 118 Carondelet Street, , —AND-^ No. 68 Vine : Street, OïHOîNNATI, Dean, of Dean & & Haie . Cincinnati, Jno. D. ADAas, of Little Rock, Ark. T. Gaff, of T. & J, W. Gaff, Aurora, Ind. JIDISc^ilcFjy cSmcHcM^ (BcGJFJF^ Ooitthoini ... ; —and—. / OOMMÎSSIQM. .•MER.CHA2tïS, MOj 40 UNION STREET; ¡Sfarc/i 5.1866. 6m. NEW ORLEANS, . M®« i^^iMÄöiÄ' äteeiat, i . ■ ' ■ ' ' ■ ■ ■ ■ .BETW'ËEW CA;MP 'AND ¿AÖAMNE, pvEY GOODS,J^ANCY, AND GENTS' FURNISH- / il ing Goods, Pocket Knives, Stationery, etc. N. B.—Mr. Robert McRee is associated with Mr. H. f/anuary 29i 1866. ly. V\j .Vil Shipments by all the usual routes of conveyance covered by our Policy of Insurance. 129-d3m H s. 51. swenson, •• w. m. perkins, N. Y., Late of Austin, d. l. keenion ; Texas. o/Ferktns^Cq.,N.O. ■ ■ i .....general " , ' \ \ .. ■ C.OiVl.tVl I SS I ON MERCHANTS, No. 48, Carondelet, Corner Union St., Mew (Orleaias. Sept. 29, 1866. 104:rdw3m. 1.TER BEOTHEES, Maiiufactur- era of Tobacco and Cigats; DeaJer3 ~in Che»7ing and Leaf Tobiacco, 61 Tchoupitoulas street, between Natchez and; Poydras; iVew Orleans!, Lctr 94-^dly. ' 18GG; "■^^J";»;;jF/o; f (Formerly of Morrell & M&rean, VaQ Buren, Ark.) «Oottosi: , AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT/ M® ^ ©M li®y<8® §4.9 (laji stall's,) • Near Custom House street', - NEW ORLEANS. References: C. G. Scott, Little Rock; W. B. Wait, " Eo8tick, Qtifi&th & Co., Little Rock; , A.; McDonald, Fresident Merchants' National JBank^ Liitle'kock; A. M. Callahan, Van. Buren, Ark.; A. J. Ward, " Jno,iH/Morgan,,W,ashington, Ark.; E.'N. Titsworth, McLean's Bot., " E. B. Bourland, Ozark, ; , " ; J.. S. Bostick & Co., Arkadelphia, Oct. 8, 1866-, ; lll-(lw2ni. ; andrew j. jftken.. SAMUEL RAINfcY. cmaiKiEjr & McMMJTE it, ' : ; (successor to rotchford, biloato & co.) j. n. walthal. l. n. walthall. wm. h. sthreshley Newbern, Ala. Marian, Ala. Vicksbiirg, Miss. . WALTHALL & CO.5 ■ RECEIVING, COMMISSION .. -and- IF©IIS.WAlffi.IIi)lM<& MIBffi.<DlHIAI5nnr§5 No, 61 Carondalet Street, HEW OEBEAMS, LA. W. Warren 3onvisos, Agent at Napoleon. August 31, 1866, 8l-3m. o.. WE HAVE. JU.-^T RECEIVED OUR FALL and winter Stock, whicl^ is complete; in every 13 eipSL-x-'tiiOLe uto We propose to sell Goods for what they are worth, and give you just what you buy. Ho if you want good Goods, at cheap prices, call on NO. 7 BADGETT BLOCK,-MAIN ST., LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS. N0V. 5, 1866. ' ; . 135-dwtf : , Our stiind is on Main street, in Robin's Theatre Build ing. Our stock consists of - Dry Goods and G-rooeries, Soot;® am<ii. ©laoesv Queensware, Clothing, etc., etc.,. We wonld respectfully solicit a iihare of the public patronage. FLETCHER & HOTZÈ, Main street. Theatre Building. Little Rock, Arks., Nov. 15.1865. dtf. ' exclusively dealers in O 3.'o> t; ini r, jPmruiáMm AND BAGGING, IRON TIES, wholesale & retail dealer in JBES-ir <&<!PÒMJ>S ^c. At his Old Stand on Markham street, Juhj 6,1866. dtf. ÍLitóle Siro ■TP. Ji, ^aDE^minmiJ^, IBeuUst, CAN always be.found at his OfSce, at Mrs. Cates' corner of Main and Walnut streets. July 12,1866. 45—tf EJir. IP.« IHI<0)®IPISM, i Pliyslelaiiji Siirgeon. aid OlisletFlclaE, ^ I /f;|vFPICE-^ON MAIN STREET, opposite the Post 1 Uj/ office. ■ tf. January 5,1866. ■DP IB M .TT A IL M ® T I €3 E . iEi:. Pi. . (PnTEETH/^ At his old. stand opposite the —Gazette Printiag Office, Where lie expects to REMAIN. 71-dlw8-wly. Wlf^STOIs MOÍSMS0I â. €§.j Cotton ï'aetors ®® CAKOÑDELET ST., Oct. 18,1866. M©w <d)irleaims. 120—dw6m. pq W. Martin, A. T. Hawthorn, Warren, Ark., ' New Orleans, D. C. Case, Late of New Madrid, Mo. - MMTIIs m. C®. r ■ ^ ^ ^ , ' ' ■ AND : ^ ^ ■ ■ ■■ - - ■■ (BÉMEEâL CUMMISSIÖI MSECIMTS, oTO. (DéréméeìeÉ Streets HBW ORLEAIirS. Nov. 22, 1866 ^ dl49-w21-d&wtf j. g.lic learn. a. h. mason and € 0 M ml § ë 101 ME EC là I f § 46 UNION STREET, Sept. 29, 1866. 103—dwly. Œïîî^i August 20,1866. iL B O P © ]L 0 C-K 5 . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in w m. w & <n> <n> jn> BOOTS AND SHOES, JFrnrnisItiu^ July 19,1866. M®. 50-dtf. ClHAELES W, LEYMER, ISo'Ot; s-nd. I^lioe MEsilsier'« ■■ ■ M i ■ - " ^ ; ^ ' ; : Dealer in Leather and Findiiigs, M X I r^ ^ or IS IE El '2?', Opposite Hughes' Drug Store, two doors south of , ■'; ' ' Cherry street. LITTLE: KOCK,, ARK. IF you want a good fitting and well made Boot oriShoe, call at the s above shop. Keeps constantly on ___ jhand an iissortment of all kinds 01 Uiiuts and Slio.« nf hfs.ownimake.. .Also, keeps .for siile Leather Findings and all kinds of Slioe Tools. " Orders fulfilled on the shortest notice. AIL work warranted'and charges reasonable. . Sept. 13,1866. 90—dtf. m M M m M dP. ciw ' ^. : IBcid'®Es ^t®ff^©^ - Mefra^ci Ï .;Aiid Scetlfiers of Whiskey, T'úes&iré MuiUUmg',. -¡■-'MslIeU''Sts-est,- ■ LITTLE ROCK, .....^.i............ARKANSAS. Oc¿o6cri;'l866. . ^ 1 .W ■ o' .s- o- o X E,IT. B s, 9■ wholesale and retail , (S-i-^oe'eirj Oo"ttoii. E^aicîtoi" ' BsMlsp-fa-iProdaee, Hides, Peltries, ami Far:?, .........No. 4 Badyett Roic, Main Street, ■ ' : : LiT^^ ARK. Advances on Consignments. • Highest price paid for Cotton. Good.s- Received and Forwarded with tho ■ greatest di.spatch. Charges liberal. . Mr." LLOYD F. OVERTON will always be ready to receive and attend the orders of his friends.. Nov. l.iSO'i. m^dwtf. CEstablisued in 1852.) ^HE SUBSCRIBER H AS AGAIN COMMENCED . '.the' ■ : ■ . Book, StatioTienj, Book-Binding arid Blank-r Book Business, in Little Rock, and will be happy to see or hear from his old Customers, and to accommodate new ones. He has now on hand, and will be constantly receiving a general assoitnient of. > l®ialai. Fatia'cy Statt^naery, Large and small Records, Ledgers, and all other kinds of Blank Uooks, . ' ,, ■ . ^chQbl B;^ Lum ■ ■Lat«'Novels, Periodicals and MiscelloneouFWorks. He has the very best jasies a. henry. j Alf : little rock, arkansas, Proprietors. iJuhj 7; 1866. -dwtf. SSiLegltig" mmd,'''JP'k, srzdèg- and is prepared to rule any kind of Blanl ture^any kind of muciizLz JiMmcìiineo, OOiíi'iCmiairSCJIE^JL. IEÎO"ÇJ@JR^ EOÛT ©F HMH BTEEEIP, . ' Opposite ihc Post Oßce, I.ÌTTLK HOOK, : ARKANSAS A. ADAMS & CO., Proprietors. s, manufac- B-ií} IBîh^éL cMz-28-iCy or rSe-^&êsÂcS (WEd ISomlz 0-5 as well and cheap as can be done in ai/y other city. Particular attention willbe paid to orders from the country, and.work done well and witK dispatch. - - - ■ ■ JNO. E. REARDON. July 10, 1866. ¿.2dtf. b. îi'nair.. H. GARDES. Mohair GA-MD'ES,. Wlkoléssule «O-i^ocer-Ê WO. 74 COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 1X1 December 5, if- Wholesale Grocers ^ and 125 COBIMON, STREET, September 10.186G. MEW OELEAHS. 87-dwcf. Fi JTew -(n>TEe€B'm:3 .MetzËml EJ)ep®Ë„ iS§îtsiMfléia©<a" Im I§5.5ii T1 HE OLDEST and most estensive Fur , J, ,nishing Establishment in ^ the South. Keeps constantly on hand a well selected and .complète stock of Dental Material, Instruments", etc., of every Description heeded in the General Practice of Dentistry,Operative and Mechanical. • . : Chairs, Head-rests, Spitiou Stands, Instrument AHB COMiMÏSSÎOl": MEEOHAHTSv j Cabiiiets, Extension. Brackets Rolling . Mills, ia-A^ jw i Lathes.^ulcanizers, Plaster Pans, etc., etc., at.Man- ufactuter's Prices . ' , > . Superior Gold FoU made • by S. S." White, Chas. Abbey & Sons, J. Bi Dunlevy, A. Ji Watts and others, and'has the exclusive Agency South, for. Archer's Improved Dental Chair. Also, S. S. White.'s Dental Cosmos, and,deservedly universally popular Porcelain Teeth ,not only in thé United States but the World over, which we sell for cash at the following rates: Discount for S25 00 we give $26 30 îq Teeth. For $50 00 wegive S55 60 in Teeth. For $100 00 we give S117 60 iu Teeth. For S200 00 we give .$250 00 in Teeth.; . , : . . ; All orders will be carefully and promptly filled and shipped as directed - ^ ©F.Pl^IlILs , Laws of the United States passed i^t the First Session of the:ïiiiriy-iiiiith Coûgfess: [PUB. NO. 41.] ■ AN ACT ooQceruing the bouadadeS i)f the State of Ntvada. , ' ^ , , Be it enacted by the Senato and House of Ropresentat^ines of the United States of Amori-'" c.a, in Congress "^ssembled, That as provided for dnd consented to i-4 the constitution of the Stato of Nevada, all that territory and tract, of land adjoining the present fc^stern bouudary of the ,Slat6 of Nevada, and lyu^ between the thirty-.seventh^ and the forty secou-1 decree of nortli latitude and west of the STth^iegreo of longi- ■ tudo .west of Washington is here>y added to and ruado pa^Ft of tho Stale of Nevada. . Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, Thai fhprn IS hereby added to aud made part of th, ff of Nevada, all that : extent of territory vin^ within the following boundaries, to-wit"- CoiZ mencing on the thirty-seventh degree of north latitude, at the 37lh degree of longitude west from Washington ; and ronning, iheuce soutit on said.iiegree of. longitude to tUe river Colorado of. the West ; iheuce down the middle of said river to the eastern boundary of the State of California, thence northwesterly along said boundary of California, to the thirty-seventh degre,6 of north latitude ; and thence eastalong said degree of latitude to the point of beginning : Provided, That the territory mentioned in this section shall not become a part of the State of Nevada until such State, shall through its-legislature, consent thereto : And provided, ther, That all. possessory rights acquired by citizens of the United Stales to minlug claims, discovered, located, aud oi'iginally recorded in compliance with the rules and regulations adopted by mine.rs in the Pah-Ranagat and other mining districts in the Territory incorporated by the provisions of this act into the State of 'Sfevada shaU remain as valid subsisting mining claims; but nothing hereiU contained shall ba so construed as granting a title in fee. to any mineral lands held by poss.essory- titles in the mining States aud Terriiories. Approved, May 5, 1S6CK . ;" [PUB. NU.;42.] AN ACT .to encourage telegrapnic communication between the United States and the island of Cuba and Other West India Islands and the Bahamas. . : Whereas James A. Scrymser, Alfred Pell, jr., Alevander Hamilton, jr., Oliver R. King, Matu-rin L. Delafield, William F. Smith, and James Digges, their associates, successors and assigns, personsj composing the International Ooeau Telegraph Company, an incorporated company chartered by the State of New 5fork, are desirous of establishing a line of submarine telegraphic cornmnnication between the United States of America and the | West India Islands aud lihc BtihiiinaB ; JSTow, Lhoroi"oro, m ordor to facilitate, the said enterprise- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the said International Ocean Telegraphic Company, incorporated under the laws of, the ¡State of New York, their successors and assigns, shall have the sole privilege for a period of ¿ourteea years from the approval of this act, to|lay, construct,-land, maintain, and operate telegraphic or magnetic lines or cables in and over the waters, reefs, islands, shores and lands, ovjer which the United States have jurisdiction, from the shores of the State of Florida in the said United States, to the Island of Cuba and the Bahamas, either or both, and other West India islands. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That, the said International Ocean Telegraph Company shall, at all times give the United States the free use of said câblé or cables, to a telegraph operator of its own selection, to transmit any messages to and from its military, naval, and diplo— matic.consular agehts ; aud the said company shall keep all its lines open to the public for the transmission for publication of market and commercial reports and intelligence, and 'all messages, despatches and communications shall be forwarded in the order in which they shall ba received : and the said company shall not be permitted to' charge and collect for messages, transmitted through any of its submarine cables more than the rate of three dollars aud fifty cents for messages of ten words, subject, however, to the power of Congress to alter and détermine said rates : Provided, That the sa;id International Oeean Telegraphic Company shall within the period of three years from the passage of this act, eause the said submarine tele graphic cable or cables to be laid down, 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 void. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That Congress shall have power, at any time, to alter or. . repeal the foregoing act. Approved, May 5, 1866. r. f. dunn, Little Rock, Ark. a. T. i'lnn & co , j\'ewTork. LoiiïsiMi HIT mmwrnmio To- BïJirir. & €© 09 Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in JFmr (muß l^T^epi MmtB: Mrmw ^ AND 19 MAGAZINE STREET, CORNER . u Common. , , M©w-©a'lsaiiins, ILsi® . ^^ Orders promptly filled. .May 9,. 1866. _ i: : tf. OAMP1S2S3LÎL ,<S5 OTROMG-.,» . .Ooiiitom .u . . and NO 166 COMMpìi 'street: j^^mBîy jDec.13,1865. tf. john henry. b. w. taylor. j^dDimjr ■miisjvmiir- ss' €(n> S9 wholesale dealers in IBOOID^ SLïïicl ÔIH-OISgiç Nos. 121 and 123 Common St. 3HI o A IL W 'A R B T ilakufacturer of all kinds of IL, <D> "JTIEL H AND DEALER. IN SenilcmeQ's I?oralsúñDg ©©©is ©£' all .DESCRIPTIONS. ' j^FFERS for pa e the finest articles of READY-VU/ MADiO CLOTHING and Gentlemen's DRESS GOODS. He is prepared to do Custom Work in the most •fa'-hionable styles, and at cheap priceä. Markham street, opposite íhe-AshleyMán.siou. ■ Nov. 1, 1866. 132-awtf. ^ September 10,1866^ I7EW OELEAHS. 87-dwtf. BROOKS, MAGIiOIJALB & CO., 59 Carondelet Stecí, jaue3 m. brooks^ hugo îiacdonald, lewis ri. legay, September 10,1860.- ' Ca'talogues sent free on àppHcSion to A. Ai FAYERWEATHER, Formerly, Mrs. T. JiNNiNGs, jr., . : , . : New Orleans Dental Depot. No. 53 St. Charles street. May 7.1866. " dwly''. hanufacturer of, ii dealer in . OF ALL; KINDS, MARKHAM STREETj -.OjçbsitotHeÀjshleyMansion. He" is pre]^ared to do CusTOii Work at thé (A M shortest notice, by the moat skillful Workmivi. " L-is His stock of Boots and Shoes is extensive, and made of the very best materials., . f Orders filled on the .shortest notice, and sp^isfaotion guaranteed. 133-dwtf. Nor.2, 1866. w. e. ■woodhufp,jr. Y/O ODRUFS' . . . w. p. blocher. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. (SCCCESSOItS to \llî. n. voodhüpp'3 general land agsncy, established in 1824. T\);\/ ILL PDRCHASE,^'SELL, ENTER, REDEEM \y\J and pay .taxes on : Lands, and Record Deeds in any part of Arkansas', i Are-Anthorized to. Soli Valuable Laiids in Almost Every Soiiiiiy in AFkaasas. Will buy and.sell any4irtiole to bo had in this or any market, for residents or. non-residents ; will collect claims. "In short, will attend to any commissions vnth which they may be entrusted. ' Refer,by p8rmis.3ion,to S.H. Tucker, Wni. B.Wait, J.J. McAlmoni,-V/m; E. iisbley,: Clements ¿¡Willett, ittleRock. , .Zprii 11,1806. [PUB. NO. 43.} AN ACT to, extend the jurisdiction of the court of claims. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in-Congress assembled, That the court of claims shall have jurisdictoin to hear and determine the claim of any paymaster, quartermaster or ■commissary of subsistence, or other disbursing officer of the United States, or of his adrainis-trators or executors, for, relief from rdsponsi-bility on account of losses by captur» or other-vise while iti the_line of his duty government funds, -YdUchers,' ,records and papers in. his charge, and for which such oQicer was and ia held responsible : Provif^cd, That an appeal may be taken to the Sopfeme Court as in other cases. . : ' Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That when.-, ever said court sJ-all have ascertained the facta; of any-such Ir^s to have been without fault or neglect on tie part of any such officer, it shall make a c'^crofr setting forth the amount thereof, upon TrUich tlie proper accountingjofficers of the treasury shall allow to such officer the amount so decreed as a credit in tho settlement of his accounts. . ; Approved May 9, 1864. [PUB. NO. 44.] AN ACT enlarging the po.vfers of the levy.cQurfc of the^qounty of Washington in the District of Columbia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of :the United States, of America in Congress, assembled,. That,the levy court'ia the county of \Yashington, in the; District of Columbia, is hereby empowered to declare and locate as public highways such roads known* as" miliary rOads in said district during the rsbeU-; ion as said court may deem advisable rProvided, the damages which the owners of the NEW ORLEANS. 87-dwtf. That land oyer which said roads pass shall sustrin'^b.y reason of, said roads being , declared public highways shall be assessed as ■ provided for in section three of the act of Congress approved July 1st, 1812, endtled " xln act conferring cer tain powers on the levy court for the county of Washington, in the District of Columbia." Approved^ May 9,1866, ■, : jZ^'OSCC "TTTiOS SALB.. , , BARNES.;:: BROTHER Novombtr 10-, 1S65. . d&vr. .Û T)ICi£LES, by the Gallon or in,Jars, at WILSON S, ET TE R'Sv Nov, 16, 1866. 145-dtf. (^F assorted brands and prices; just received and " ' C. G. SCOTT & CO.: iNOV. 2,' 3;8ff0. «
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