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   Little Rock Daily Arkansas Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1867, Little Rock, Arkansas                                 BY WOODRUFF & BLOCHER, STATE PRINTERS.  LITTLE ROCK,. "ÀK&., SATURDAY, . MARC-  VOLUME 45. • NUMBER 244.         1 m.    2 mo.    S mo.    0 mo.      I square,    $12    $20    e-28    $48      2 " .'-.'    20    30    40'    70      3 "    25    40    50    80      ¿ co umn,    35     c  60    75    140      1 u    55 :    100    130    230      1 "    100    150    190    . 350     TERMS. v-  SPBSCKimON : lii I „  WEEKLY—$4 per annum ; $2 f>0 for six months;; fl 50 for three months.  -TRI-WEEKLY—$5 per annum ; $3 for six months ; $2 or three months. i  DA H.Y—$10 per annum ; per month fofany lem time. " j  (Arkansas Weekly newspapers giving the above a few insertions, will receive our Daily in exchange.)  advertisements.  One square (10 lines or less of Minion), one insertion, $1 60. Each additional insertion 75c.  standing advertisements.  1 year.  110  130 . '250 . 350 600  Renewable advertisements, SI additional per square, per month. ,  Advertisements wilt be published in both 'Paily and Weekly, for an addition of half of one rate.  A liberal deduction will be mr.de to persoms who advertise largely. , . :  Special Notices, 20 cents per line for eaeh insertion. Personal Advertisements avo charged treble rates, and payment in advance requited. ;  All transient advertisements must bo paid for. at the  1 me of their insertion. " ? ,1 .. „  Advertiser« nts for Daily mast be handed in by L p. m., of day previous to insertion. / _ s i Advertisements for Weekly must be handed* m by  2 p. m., on Monday. ~ Notices of marriages or deaths not exceeding fave  ine*, will be published gratis^-obituary noticed and tributes of respect, will be charged as advertisements..  Daily - advertisements are-repeated in Tri-Weekly without charge.  The. money for advertisement sc*isiaerea me after jirsLinserLion. - • ' '  Job Printing of every description, executed at iair prices and on short notice.......• ...  >usiness ^uar  D. G. FONES.  J, A. FONES.  osmess  Cards.  ■J. BD. FEW^&MMiiïJLBPi'.l j  A.uctioii and Commission Merchant  MARKHAM ST., LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  STRICT attention paid to all. sales of Merchandize S3 Furniture, Produce, Stock ,"&c., in and out of doors  «S- Quifck sales and prompt returns made. • J. D. FITZGERALD, "  Oct. 14,1864. atfi ^Auctioneer.  2.S.O F © -Sa 3Lt © C K' 9 :  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in  89 m IT■ <&■ BPS', (DIL<DJ7PHEEJTdS-y  BOOTS AND SHOES,  "■■Ki'^LTP®» NOTKONSg jyt&misVnzitbg <3-a><s>dl8i CjC» f  &5€  E<8>. JvCs-fiim Stneetl. Jan. 1,1867. 50—dtf.  w  @ IL E XT  ■DEALBK8 JH  ©rofessip'EBal.".Cards. ' 1" RTew Orleani  J. G, MC LEAltN.  BLaSLiacnp Oliiiiririiini©^s9 <£k.-<Q 0 ' 9  And Manufacturers of  Tin, Copper and SheeS Iron Ware, ,  RE: PREPARED to execute all kinds of JOB _ ■ WORK, TIN ROOFING, GUTTtRING-, &c. We invite the attention of the Merchants of the city and coantryitQ oar Wholesale Price List, andfeel confident that wecan fill their orders cheaper than they can be ;bought elsewhere and brought; here. i  -Stoké^—East side Mam .street, one door North of îïcfcïidr's Glothing Establishment, j .-.-"  ; 7 ^ FONES & BROTHERS;  i jiugusi30, 1866. • ,■:.. ■ •'.,.... 80-tf. j  -mm<M m m m  CEstabmshed IN 1852.)  ; g  TITS HESUBSCRIBER HAS AGAIN COMMENCED  ii the - :  v  .'■■■ ;.';.'  Book, Stationery, Boole-Binding and Blanh-  , Bpok'Business, " in Little Rock, and will; be happy, to see or hear from  his'old customers, and «to accommodate new ones.  He has tiowon hand, and will be. constantly receiving a general assortment of .  . EPisalim amcS iFa-niicDj' SSiEifiiicjiiaGtt'ys',  Large and email Records, Ledgers, and all other kinds, of Blank Books, ; : !  • School apd; Saw Books,- ■ !J  Late Novels, Periodicals and Miiicelloneous'WorkB, He has the very, best , .  Mmiing-' W'dM^i^-o jSai^cMaB^s»-  and is prepared to rale any kind of Blanks» manufacture ahy kind of "  HBtvadl «JEStsssc, or  v   Me^MniwiS <@>Bdl BB<n>@EiSi as well and cheap, as can be done in any other city.  Particular: attention will be paid to orders from the country, and"tvork done well and with dispatch., ;  J NO . E.. REARDON. .July 10,1866. ' ■ «i'idtf.  ^ wholesate tdetailvübáletttn  <&M.(ßPßMIIß®, MmW'&étfPIIP® &îc< ; At his Old Stand on Markham street, , July 6, 1866.  ;  dtf."; E.ÛM1!© EHi©Cl!i-.  JÖHN C. PEAY. C. M. TAYLOB.  .......'FS⥠M TAYÌ.0M, I  Receiving, Porvrarding and <OoBEammS©g3ä<a>3ni  v . CITY LEVEE, Little Rock,- attkansas. February 2 - 209—tf  GSOV A. GAI/LAGHEK. ! : .. tvBi. C^'MBffTON.  m A ¡le,A<S22,E ^ mw^^m,  . ttopsi© y @ f ID a, "W" 9' ■  LITTLE, ROCK,.......ARKANSAS.j  A KFFICE: iu the Frame Building, opposite the %P>, State House. , , " . J Ma.y : 23,1866.   ; ■•Ai-tfc'ifc<s> jr im' ■■  , : LITTLE EiOCKI ABk/ ^ -  UT\7 ILL PBACTICE in the Circiiit arid Supreme  :Cpurt3;at Little Rock;^^^and will give his at£en-| andbew j. aiken. tiou to business entrusted to him in any part of the 1    1  Office over-Dr; McAlmoht's Drug Store. August 21,1865. d.w.tf.  A..U. MASON'  ■jmeSé-És^Mifír ¿i ..  Wholesale Grocers and  125 COMMON« STREET, ^  September 10.1866.  If-EW- OS-LEAHB.  87-dwtf. ,  samuel bainfcy.  ' dñEiKiEíjr, st McáiiijyEjr,  : (SUCCESSORS TO ROTCHFOKD, ,Bl'.OV/N & CO.)  8. F.'DUFFIE.  J. 8. DUFFIB  ■ r'täe'tß'S- <B 8 +  LITTLE ROCKyÀRKi. ; _ SeptémberR. 186G. 87-dwly.  jas. i..;3vi¿iiiamson, wyatt 0. THOMA8.  ......JJtriIE>E.E^JvSSdDJ^'- S7 TTMdPJíE^álS^ .  AÉí©fl*M@ys ai tow  :   ''ES'M'IB A<K. 1K1 IT  |i^€©iiii!Ss!®h :  ]ilercíianls>'  CB© CAttONDELET ST.,  Oct. 18,1866.  Mew ;©rleswms. 120—dw6m. '  MAYER;& BEOTHEES, -Manufactur-. ers of Tobacco and Cigars; Dealers in Chewing and Leaf Tobacco, 51 Tchoupitoulas street, between Natchez and  !  Pbydras, New Orleans, La 94—dly. Sept. 19, 18G«5  WASHINGTON.  b. f. pünn,  Little Rock, Ark.  A. T.  KINN i lit/.  A'aw 1 or h-.  ..ARKANSAS.]  TYT\7ILL attend to .all :business entrusted to them, < in the-Counties of- Hempstead, Lafayette, Sevier, Ouachita, Columbia"; and ia «tlier Counties] of south. Arkansas. ' ' ' ]  " Dec. 4 1866. • . dl58—w22—d&wly  BENí .T.QDOVAL.-  'V UDOTAIL  john kwö-  kïtorneys and Counselors àt £aw,  FOMÌ ; SMItH,........................ ARKANSAS. |  Feb. 16, 1866. 220-d&T7tf.  Bl F' BICÉ. li. W. BENJAMIN; W» Ci'BATCLIFFE.  |^ICE,;BENJAMIN&BATCLIFFEÌ A TTORNEYS AT LA W,  Fo 1IJII' & COi, -  Manufacturers, Importers and Wh< lesale Dealeis  ; in 2Fasr <mud ■ ^©ofi Ma.its avid,.-Mrearn  AND 19 MAGAZINE STREET, CORNER  Common. ■:■/ •  r  ■• : -  ;   , M©w ©rleaias, ILa. C£j~ Orders promptly filled. May 9,1866. ' tf.  IS1W S  HI0IIEIS0N 4: iOotton Factors  LITTLE ROCK,. March 1, 1867-dtf  ....ARKANSAS.  ¡L . DU F fl H. 13 ¡, *jiît&>v$sey mt Ktn&w  '•*'  ; :  ' A -.....  Fl 1TTÜE ROCK, ARKANSAS.  :¿Lá ;;••!} • dtf.  and ' ' '  € mi M:1:S S.I0Ñ-. M' E E DIA ET § ,  46 tJNION STREET, "  '' ' Mew -'Orieams.: Sept. 29, 1866. 103—dwly.  PI €1 â^L. : :, .. Laws of the Mtcd States passed at thé First Session of Ihe Tliirty-Sinth Congress.  authorized to be imposed by this act. ,  Se<?. 5. Aud ba it further enacted, That the said company shall permit all public property belonging to the United States to pasa' through said cabal estension free of oil charge or toll; and the said company shall, from time to time, ag may. be required, lay before Gongresa o just and true account of their receipts and expenditures on said extension, with a statement of tbe olear profits thereof.  Sec; 6. And Ije it further enacted, That sub-ject; to the aforesaid provisions of this act, all and singular the provisions of the aforesaid act of. the general assembly of the state of Maryland, entitled " an act to incorporate the Cbes-pealie Bay Qnd l?otomao river tide tmter canal company," relating to the potrera, liabilities and authority of said cqmpany, in operating and using their canal, shall lake effect aud apply to the extension aforesaid in the District of whenever, after the passage of this act, any Columbia.  person or persons shall, in the construction; of Sec. 7. And bo it further enacted, That this any ditch or ca;nal r  r  injure or< damage the pos- act shall be deemed a public act, and shall take session of any settler on the public domain, I effect and be in force from and after its passage the. party committing such injury or damage and shall be subject to alteration or repeal by shall be liable to the party injured for such in- ( Congress.  {Continued from yesterday.)  Sec. 9. And be • it further enacted. That whenever, by priority or possession, rights to the use of water for mining, agricultural, manufacturing, or other purposed, have vested arid accrued, and the same are recognized, and acknowledged by the local customs,, laws, and the decision of courts, the poBsessors "aud owners "of sucH vested rights ¿hull be maintained and'protected in' the same ; arid the right of way for the construction of ditches and^canals for the purposes aforesaid is hereby .ficknovrl-* and confirmed ^Provided, however, That  jury or damage  ;  Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That wherever, prior to the passage of this act, upon; the, lands heretofore designated as mineral lands, which have been excluded from survey and sale, there have been homesteads made by citizens of the United States, or persons who have declared their intehtiou to become citizens,  Approved July 26, 1866.  [PUB. NO. 156.] AN ACT autnorizing the secrrtary of the treasury to issue certificates af registry or enroll-ment°and license to certain vessel. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America  JT. EDEMüMEiEsE,?  Physician^ Surge or and Accoucheur.  BE00KS, MACÛOMALD & CO.,  (C<iPit@2a IFí&ciwirs^ uiM5  mmssiúMmmém&MtB  which homesteads have been made, improved, ¡ u  Congress assembled, That the secretary and used for agricultural purposes, and upon  0 f the treasury be and he is hereby authorized which there have been no valuable mines of l.to issue certificates of . registry or enrollment gold, silver, cinnabar, or copper discovered, [and license, to the steamer Diana, of Vic'toria; and which are properly agricultural lands, the Vancouver Island • the schooners M. C. Rowo, said settlers or owners!of.such homesteads shall of Gloucester, Massachusetts; Mary, of Dex-have a right of pre-emption thereto, and shall t e r, New York j Jessie Conger, of Osweg be entitled to purchase the same at the price, of JJSew York ;' Sweet Home, of Rochester, New §1,25 per acre, and in quautity not to exceed York ; Alma, of Sodus, New York; Marco 160 acres; or said parties may avail themselves Polo, of Erie, Pennsylvania ; brig Three Bells, of the act of Congress approved May 20; "1862, of Roobebter, Newi York,; barque J. S. Austin, entitled "an aot to secure homesteads to actual  0 f Buffalo, York, and the sloop Dolphin settlers on the public domain," and act amend-  0 f Alexandria Bay, Tiow York : Provided, That atory thereof. there shall be paid on each of such vessels that  Sec 11. And be it futther enaeted, That up ;  are foreign built a tax equal to the internal re-on the survey of the;lands/sforesaidj the secre- venue tax upon the materials and construction tary of the interior may designate and set apart  0 f similar vessels of American build, such portion8'of the said lands as are clearly Approved, July:26, I860, agricultural lands, which lands shall hereafter ' * '  be subject to pre-emption and sale; as other | [PUB. NO.' 167.]  public lands,r of the United States, and subject AN. ACT to authorize the isBue'of certain bonds to all the.laws and.regulatio.ns. applicable to the i n  denominations greater than one thousand  8atue - . . . . , , ' dollars. ' .■ . r-^ . .  Approved, July 26, 1866. \ Be it enacted by the Senate and House - of  TPUB NO 15 r  1 | Representatives of the United States of Ameri-  AN ACT to authorize "the Chespeake Bay and Znt 'JSi^¿T^f'  h . ere , Rf ' er   ( \ he   Potomac river tidewater canal company," to ^VS t F> ^ " . f rt i Ki ■ » act of July 1st, 1862, " To aid in the construc-  fiX inXiii i , f  eXte . n f tio^ of a railroad an* telegraph line from the iw« n  t , hc  h  A - D  1  &C0Stia  "m at any,point  Mig30Uri river t0  the Pacific Ocean," and by all  ^ it enaS bf ?hf Senaie ;  »te&A of ^'if ft ^  v> . .'a tt i ci. . * , • nominations greater than one thousand dollars,  Bepnsmuu.es of tbe. On.ted Scate B < of Amen L u i,e disotetfon of tbe seorelaly'of the Ireasu  nomination than one thousand dollars.  ®FFICE—In rear room of the Ashley Office, Mark ham street, Little Rock, Arkansas. ' -  e  EDr. <S. UIT., VTBUmJWEZ,  AS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF Profession, at the HOT SPRING^.  59 Garondelet Sieel,  james m. brooks,  his  hugh macdonald, lewis h. legay., September io; I'866.  NEW ORLEANS.;  87-dwtf.  WHOLESALE AND KETAIL  A  0  '  D2ûnaffû<3ÊGS!?ôir9  ©22©'  (B-rocer, Cottom IF'sictoi? | ami ComnjjssiGr. Mercüiiaui,' •  Dealer in Produce, Hidc5 s _ Peltries, and j?ars,  No. 4 Badgett .Row, Main Street,-. ■  LITTLE ROCK, A.RK. Advances on Consignments^ Highest price^^paid for j CANDIES AND CAKES,  FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,  DEALER, III ALL KINDS OF  Cotton. Goods Received and Forwarded with' the greatest dispatch. Charges liberal/- \  Nov. 1.186£. . ; . 132-dwtf.  ®FFERS his professional 'servici s to the citizens of Littté Rock and vicinity. •  :  I September 10,1866.  - Ofnce-^-On Markliam street,.Ashley Row, few doors r  w m .„',..—* above Main, whereihe may be found night.or day. " ^ ^  SeXOTTs ILXiWS©® <£©.,:  forwarding and general  COMMISSION M.  COTTON FACTORS AND  irisiMJfEns dPa/E IF  LlfTLEJOCK, ABIL  COLLECTIONS. Consignments to sell, orders to j purchase, solicited. ■ i .  Liberal advances made on Consignments. • Aug. 25,1866. . 11- dwtf. ; '  Family .ffir©©@Fl©§, àe* j ~  TTVpTY CANDIES and cakes are. manufactured on IVli' MY OWN PREMISES, and are warranted | not to injure the most'delicate constitution.  \7iI0LE3ALE AHI> EBTA1L AGEÎJT  «GAH'S SQLF-BÌSINO MBA? AND  ■ . . - -,. ■ ■ I r : : j i V  The W -:BEST « articles in market.--■-AU goods; warranted as represented. Call aud be convinced Jan. 12, 1867. 190d-w28-d&wtf ] ,  FREDERIC ERAHER.  CHARLES MILLER.  W A X Xrl^o 2B 9 ; jffli&s & 1  ' LircLf-^QOt^AiiK^; -J fanftji flailatlii  UNDERSTANDS FLOURING MILLS, '8'A : W ; ] !:  : ;r  7'r- k--.j mis, Cotton Gins and Tanneries,mil promptly FOEWASBIp . AM0 COHBHSSlOBI • RISRCH^TS, attend to all applications and execute all jobs entrusted, I;';; ; v R % , - ';; - ■ i' -n , ¡> ,  o him on the sholtest notice and most. reasonable j ^ ^;;  ; ; ^^^ ^ ^^^  terms. May 5.18G6.  wl-i m.. ;   ESCtaSIVELY  .....ARKANSAS.  john" fletcher.  _ _ I n*iVMUüaiJU AM,  DEALERS IH-:  i  O U 0> jL 23L ^ 9 dn&mltf JFm'WMñmM  BOOTS»' SHOES, llffe  ' OPS ¿ND ^ILSS,  - COTTOM-FApTQI  And Beetifiers of VSiMmZ...   1  Ma'fiia  WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS 111  !  -  3s land I- 0moeries: •  Boots amal ©lko*os 9  HARDWARE» QUEENSWARE, ETC. I Store Main Street, in Theatre Building. { Feb, 5, J367. . . . ..... • ; ,jdtf-  211  (LATB BEIG. GEH., C. 8. A.)  PITSCHASISie AGBlf T  ahd  L TTLE ROCK, ...  .ARKANSAS.  • ?, ' ' í ; • «•  :   106-dwtf.  lOHAWT, No. E14Ì S. Commercial Street, ;  r ,  Feb. 13; 1866. 1  ' V  ;  * '  ;r:  2H^d3mv K  Hot Springs, Hot Spring coi, Jtily 25, 1865. tf. john henry.  B. W. TAYI-nR.  CAN always be found at his Office,at Mrs. Cates', j corner of Main and Walnut streets. July 12,1866. . '  :  :  ; .15—tf  M, ICE, STlMIis  '  ; : (Láte of Petersburg, Va.,)  J7€>Mjr MIEJZrntL W &> '  WHOLESALE DEALERS Its  S3<IJ>OT^ siiacL ^ELOISsS.  Nos. 121 and 123 Common St.  the state of Maryland, at the January session thereof,-1866, by an act entitled "a;! 1  act to' incorporate the Chespeake Bay. andl; Potomae river tidewater canal company," be^ and the same are hereby, authorized to extend their canal from the point where it strikes the' boundary line of thfe-district 1  of Columbia, thence in and through the said District to the Anacostia river at any,; point thereon above Benning's bridge  Sec. 2. And be it ;  further enacted;"That the said company are hereby authorized and eni powered to take,, purchase»; and, :  hold, • for; the  MEW OELSAMS.  ^ 87-dwtf. i  205dtf  EPr. IP. Surgeon  D. C. Case,  MiETII,  A.-Ti Hawthorn, •: ' 'New Orleans; Laté of New Madrid,-Mo. :  . ■  MAWTH0ESI  |\FFICE—ON MAIN STREET, opposite the Post I d'office, i tf. January 5,186«».  m. ;  m  AS»  m> IE-J5 A IL M © IT I CJ E , -'■ ^E. Wo C^^^ESs,  (^ATEBTiiT^, At his old stand opposite the  Gazette Printing Offica,  ,<-: Whert he expects , to JtEMAIN.  (SME'EiL COMMISSI©! ' MEEClâTO, MP. (Dm'omàeièt 'Êï^eeÉ,  lEW.OELEAKS,; ' ; Nov. 22, 1866 . " 'dÌ49-w21-d&wtf  A'ugüst2Ü, 1866.  71-dlw8-wly  f|f©o;Wo P©Pm'^ <25 GO.  'Se ài, i IBs tinie  ■MeâLLISTJBK--& »MâlII,-• svinole sale O- ir o <a ü* ss  9   AHD COMMISSION MEECEAMTS,  i - -  j^O. T-l COMMON-STREET, NEW OUI.EAlVS. :  Jan. 10, 18'>7.  287-dw28-d&wGm   ;  iA.1a ci '  J. W Hopkins, (late Real Estate Agt., Mem. Tenh.) J. W. Faust, (Attorney at Law,) ; •{. A. Martin, (Land Surveyor.) ,  " ~ ' FFICE over Dr. MeAlmont's Drug Store, Little I Rock', Arkansas. Óctohér 1865.  1   . REAKDON, with Lee Crandull.& Co., Cotton actora and Commissioïi Merchants, IDS Gravier  I H  )o Factors I street, New Orleans. ;. Nov. 27, 186fi.  152—tf,  W. E. WOODRUFF, Jit. W. D. BLOCHEK:  WOODRUFF & -BlaOCHIlk,.  <£3-<ssji<ei2?al Agemts,  LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS.:  (sirccEssojis To e. ¡voodkuff's genehal; land agency, established in 1824.  ILL PURCHASE, SELL, ENTER. REDEEM . .apd, pay ¡taxes on Lands j and Record Deeds in any part of Arkansas.  Arc? litifiorised id gsll f&luable Lauds in llinoii i Every Coiiaty la' ArkanSasi -  Wili.buy.and! sell any Article,to be had in this or  any market, Jon residents or non-residents; will collect claimB. Iii short, will attend to any commissions with "which they may be entrusted.  Refer,'by permission,to S. H. Tucker, Wm. B. Wait, J»J. McAlmont, Wre. E. Ashley, Clements & Willett, ittleRock. April 11,18(56.  £3SIGHT:- & CO.,. :'.'  ' dealers' in  ! :   Plantation, Mill and Wdod-workirig "'M^dHi^EBY ■ , :il   AGRWULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. -  KEEP constantly on hand a large assortment ol , articles peculiar to our business and through our agents in the north and east can till promptly and at a small advance above manufacturerrf's, ppces all _ orders for articles in our line not usually .-kept iiii this market. .-m./ :   The greatchange in omv labor .^ystera neee^sitates a corrëspohding ch^ngë iu the implements' to' t>è iused and we have prepared ourselves to.olfer the ^lateat improved.,.. *i._.• '  Labor Saving B^richinçs,  ;  , . both for agriçulfùml and mechaiiicaï pia'rpbses at price that will warrant their purchase;: Also-; Leeds & Co;'s ¡.sugar , kettlev Newell screws, gin gearing &c., ;  and  [  will contract or atiy kind of mork, donei at tlieir' establishment, at tht:ir prices." - i,.., v.I i i.-i 172,-Gravier Street, New Orleans. Nov. 21,18GG. 149—wlydltaw.  E. \VATKINS. II. GtTlEOB.j  "W IK. H - ?  . '■ No. BB MarkhamuStree't,  SECONI> DOOU BAST OF SCOTT STREET,  LITTLE ROCK...................ARKANSAS.  TvLlRili^GfCIEEES MB, MPGRTEIRS]  of all kinds of  IPTdTESW-l'i'TLjIE^ISJ^  JiZ&GZresseG, EBcclcl&zz^j* tie.. Also COFFIN MAKERS and UNDERTAKERS.  Oct. 18, IStlG. liiO-dwtf.  QUO I^IEaOSiL ©I. A GEMTS (male and female) wanted every where ,/il For full particulars please addresH.:^' W. G. JACKSON & CO., 11 Souih st,. Baltimore, Md. feblS-dm* -r .. ' '  HAVE for sile the large, Library,of ^^ the late Dr. A. W. Webb, containing over 900 volumes of rare and valuable medical works. AH of which will be offered at half price, at the Book Store of ; OM'Tm:'--; : n vJNO. Ei/IlEABDON,  MaikMam street,Börner of Scott. Nov. 1,1860. 132-tf.  tjC.  iXj ship heretofore'esisting between J no. ;W. Hopkins, James A. Martin and Jno. W. Faust, uc.de?ithe grni^^ name of Jno. W. Hopkins & Co., ia ifiie'day dissolved; by mutual consent.  J. W. HOPKINS, . , . JNO. W. FAUST,  JAS. A. MARTIN. - Little Roo!;, Ark., March 9, 1867. 239-dtf.  /pîORN ! CORN ! I 10,000 bushels of Corn VU at $1,25, per bushel. For sale at .• Mcrch 9. d288, , KRAMER & MILLER'.S  D. H. BABNES.  l. j. baunes.  m ¿k. m M: is m m  9  G dïa^.p'C Tï, : 0 ; M v  AC3-S:MT8  Corker Mahkham anb First Stbeet3, ,.',;  LITTLE IIOCK,...ARKANSAS.  '■ ! JSrèw K ' : &rSè&ms -BPspéi'  PTP3 HÉ OLDEST and most extensive Dental Fur ;11- nUhinfy-!EstabUshm&itf\in-i%hQ; : &mtÌU. Keeps i constantly on hand a well selected and complete stock 'of DeSntàl Màtebiìl, lnstkuiiéktsi ; "étc.; of every Description needed in the General Practice oK Dentis try. Operative aud Mechanical. . , ' > ' '  Chairs," ' Head-rests, Spition Stands, Instrument Cases, Cabinets, .Extension Brackets, .Rolling • Mills Lathes,.Ynlcanizers,, Plaster; Paris, etc., etc., at'Man uSaòtuTér's Prices  u  rs.-;:^ : ; :  Superior Gold Foil - made by. S. S.-White, Chas, Abbey & Sons, J-. B. Dunleyy, A. J.-Wattsand others, and has thfe^^esclusive^^Agency South for Archer's improved Den.tal ChaiiNi Also,' White's Dental Cosmos, and deservedly universally popular. Porcelain Teeth ,not only in ttìé United States 1  but ttìe-'  Approved, July 26, 1866.  [PUB. NO. 158.] AN iACT making appropriations for the current and contingent, expenses of the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes for the :  year eliding' thirtieth; June, eighteen hundred and sisty-seveo, and for other purposes. Be it. enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress ;  assembled, That j  the following  purposes of, this act, so much real estate and L,,-__  w  . . . . -  other property as ¿hall be nUssariiy required |  aa .® 8 be and '? re bereb y  a PP"P«^ed, out for the proper construction of the "extension  j of any money in the,treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose of paying the current  For provisions for^ Indianëj eleven thousand eight hundred dollars.  aforesaid, and fori the. construction^ all proper WrT^ * V S ,  and convenient basins, leeks, reservoirs..docks, ? ! ° Dl D fm r  P  ' ° -  6 d -!P a ^  and wharves, to be cormecfed with said exL: ITHL^M t itn ^fh^^  stl P ulatl0n8 Wltb ,be   ,. „.,• ., .. * .■ , | various Indian tribes— . , ■ ,  sion. Ana where the said company snail not „ ' ' . r  ..fi,:ssr  penmb   from the owner, thereof, or the;owner thereof > « - / " »  T   shall be a; femme. covert,.. infant, nou compos mentis,. imprisoned, or Resident beyond; I  Distj-ic t of Columbia, then application 'niay »na mty aoliar^. .  miidu by the president of' saiFcompany t/ the L^^P^ «f ^ ^^ six ^ thousand dol-  chief justice of,th(? supreme eowt of the Dis-  6 f clerk to sbperihtendent at Saint  tnct ot Columbia, for the appointment of hree « f . , ,  persons, 'who; shall be freeholders in. ^id;Dis-' " thousand:, two hundred  trict, as a eommission of inquest of- dainaces. v r , . . .  ty proposed to be taken by said companvi for  : the  P „ ^  e  , , . ■ . . ^ con^pi^ J^'chis „t ^ Wgg'& tT  any person so appointed as such commissioner dred dollars  ;  '  :  • ^Hi 1! .™  shall proceed toi act; he shall take'aii batli ..of I „„„. • .. affirmation that he will fairly; and tiu^lyvalue^^rP^^f^f^ twentyeight thou-  die damages sustained:by thlowner.or v  o^ .aiij;, "property"by.'the us^a^ or ^.P«*^ »o Indians, five thousand del-  any "sucli .real' estate, water rights, or other.' property, by -sa id cbmpany^f and :  said :  conamis-  1   sion shall.reduce Aheir inquisition or findib^ to I ___  4  . * > . «  writing, and^i g n, : and^sealthe same,, aA it te^hSn^S^-^ < there ° f   shall then be returned to the said chief iustie^ ^nP??? 0 ;^:^ 1 ^^ _ l,  s  •wlfo shiail file tBe ^me iii the office bf the regU^ f» department  ister of deeds of the city of Washingtom But i fi  tb ?' m » nd  f 6   (  hun  1  t3r  <  ed   UQ such inquisitiOOiSbalVbe had ;un.til ten -dajs' „: ^ t^;^ 1 ?^/ 1 ® ^ stipulations with  ;  the va-  notice thereof-h.a 8  been served on the owner^^of Xi Jn " " t ^ p  the real estate so to be t^'ken, ^vhen tie resides 1  ¡3 ff^i  1011  ^mpqua .Indian^For in^dis^ict^blumBi^^ ^ -p^Uo, ot notice-in one or:-more of'the daily" hewspa- j tli^ti'  said District. When the owner "ii''a'fem&B 'iiiiii&u 1  - ■■' -V 1 "' ■ -i' ■■■■■iu -  'covert, the- tfotice sbaD be tocher and'^r hus- U xPfltalmeDts for.the pay  band ; whpni lie j is; a^::mmo'rv: tohis;, guardian;; fifth articlo treaty, eighteenth  and ,= ,  ; when ,  ; he rf , Is, non,,.compel- ? ' ^  , For, twelfth,of fifteen instalments for pay of  Shall'"be" i  confirmed-"by rthe-supreme "^aurt \fi ®f  of the district of .Columbia at,its next, term^a" fe  pe i^ fth  TfL  ei p teenth   ter the return of  ; said .repbrt, unless: for Su^e ^ff  one   shovvii to the contrary^ Md vr\m : goed ¿^f 1 ^ r > - , is thus shown, tie' said chief justicf XffS  of   aside said inqueWiiadiappoint another similar ^Z 8  ? UrC , haS f ° f  ^ stationery, commission, who shall qualify in the XiX  p - W - :S "- h - article  jreaty e.ghteenth Hovember, manner, and i returned; filed;  good cause : showri;-iu-tiic'Dauio^ uiuuuer^a« tn<> i i-1 - ->.-,. .. » > i , ....  first inquisitiou was taken, return e d, fi[ed  an d , ?f l  ° 'T f  7  f vfl  f  lna  ^ lm « n S  K  in  P^  confirmed, or set aside. And such conS sS four h article, treaty fourth, October, ,; ei ghteen and inquisition ^a^^e&^d^S^S^^ fAS^h^ article  be necessary,JuntiHtho inquisilion made^Bb^.l?ho j ¡in^g^i.^f^^  confirmed. ¡ Siich: inquisition shall deaeribé the ' I vuuu^uu ^ree naparea a:  pvoperty taken,by= -motes and bouuds and the  th, p ty '/ hre M • d ,° lla  f  r T 'f  d  f  '^^y ^^e eonts. -.dii'» u. - 11 , |...<J?or; two:fchirds of last :af !:  twenty :fiv Ä , r instal-  «unr»».íSL:ÂSS^S  itioreBHMiOT's^.ra^ uoto.  Î50  L 00 wè give '$,Ï5 ;  60 iii Teeth; ' For'SlOÖ-' 00 •.Jvè'givè' $117:60,10 Teeth. ,Foi-$200 00 we give $250 00 in  'Teeth............." ' ' '"".......  UJT Exchange, and Uncurrent Money bought aud old.- Collections made and remitted promptly. November 10,1865. " d&wtf.  JAMES A. HENRY.  lECOTSJiSIHV  little kock, arkansas,:  BIFÎ P 2Ea É E ST S Proprietors-  July 1, 181Î6, - dwtf. .  All orders will be carefully and promptly tilled and l. u. filkins | shipped as directed.-  Catalogues sent free on application to  ■ A. A. FAYERVVEÄTHEK,  M  ' Formerlyi Mrs. T. Jinnxngs, • New Orleaus Dental Depot,  ............• -No. :nh»>ißaoH'ia  ,May,7.18G6.,  •No. 53'St. Charle.-! stieèt.  ; dwly'í,. : ....  A large lot of pink eye potatoes, vo \ at jones, Mcdowell & co's. Feb. 17, 18G7. -221-dtf.  such valuation or damages?are sa paid or TskI)" iisnif  enjoy j.— ^»u i---j.,. n-.. - —  to ex- g  ,______________ ___h' inii'l  quisitidorshaQ:.}»! paid by said company; ! .  And.be-jt. f " ' ' *"■  shallbe lawful for said (  and.receive sucli eVen tolls and reiits 1  for; the! » - ,«.• j - - , use^of the wharves and docks of the 'said* co£.r;i^ 0rtWa ; t ^ 8 i of ' la8kf ° f  ** W^me^n for pany on.said extensionv- or: for freightoSlSllS^la,.24th ported.by.said; company,,or-for ^ass'i^lffi^l^ Sep-  through said extension - of boats, rafts, or anyJ  te ^ r  f ' i®^'.;' , " ' ,  a  ' " other craft, as a majority of the directors at L S lrda  °/ lii3t  ^enty-Svoinstalments  any regular meeting.shall assess therefor': Pro - \l° t  ftT 3  . tobacco, per  videdthat the Congress of the United'States 7' i r ? l 1342, and 8th  shall at all times have power to increase or re-1  ar S33. duce such bills or rentsV .. ' • Sec. 4. And be it further enaotod, That tho* scid canal esteusion;-V/hen completed, shall for-' ever .thereafter be esteemed and taken..to be a public highvay for the transportation of all goods, eompiodities, or produce of every kind and description, and lor all canal boats, rufta, or other water-crafts of every kind -whatever, upon the payment of such tolls or rents as are  For 12th of 2a iustalmeato in coin, per 4th article treaty 30th September, 1854,: §5,000.  Fo? 12th. of '20 inotalmento in, goods, household furniture and cooking utensils, per 4th article trenty.SOthi Septémber,'185^'g8,000. " ' For 12th'of 20 instalments for 5  agricultural impleraenta, cattle, carpentero' cud other tools and building materiab, per 4th article treaty 30th September, 1854, $3,000. I [Continued to morrow.]   

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