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   Little Rock Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1866, Little Rock, Arkansas                                 MO. 223  LITTLE. BOOEJABKANSAS, WEDNESDAY MOBMI^G, MAECH 28, 1866.  Y OL. 1.  IL » Mo IP H M. HS 9 Js JLmw 9   ITTLE ROGE, ARKANSAS. Feb. 16,18GG.  dtf.  b. f. rice. -"  U^H'Xy EU: '¿ßLföt <0> IT 3   m. w. benjamin.  m es m " si Ik SL "W"? ;  v"  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  ILL PRACTICE IN THE FEDERAL and i \I State Courts of Arkansas.. Special attention given to the collection of debts. Office—Corner of Main and. Markham streets, over McAlmont's Drug Store. . ' Little Bock, Feb. 5,1  y  LS66.  V»  ¡•Washington, March, 21.  Senate-—Grimes of Iowa, offered an amendment to the bill for tho annual inspection of Indian affairs, allowing any loyal citizen to trade with Indians, by executing bond and compliance with regulations prescribed. The amendment was adopted and the bill passed.  Mr. Sumneftv offered a resolution protesting against the action of the authorities of  » the  t£U w  A  m. A IT.  Jtl ILa ELf h. M IS SI 9 mi JLmw 9  LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS,  ^ILL practice in tho Supreme and Circuit Courts at Little Rock, and will also give his attention to business entrusted to him in any part of the Stale.  - Office—hi the rear of the George building. Sept. 28, ls05.  a. h. oakland.  c. c. white.  GA  l. b. nash.  ASro^WMETTIB M  cASiC&d^zenrjs oi>S JLi&w,  LITTLE ROCK, ARK. p A^riLL attend to business in any part of the tf V State. tf. Aug. 21,1865,  it  JJo Wo IF A m S T 9  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  V\W iLL  PRACTICE in the Circuit and Supreme WW Courts at Little Rock, and will give his attention to business entrusted to him in any part of the State.  Office over Dr. McAlmont's Drug Store. Au just '24, 18 G 5. d.w.tf.  ITS  •Ll^ e  Oc M IE W T © EJ 9 Attoriaë j at 3LdSLW 9   ■•:■.': LITTLE ROCK,: ARKANSAS. ;>.FFiCE :' lu tlie Cottage Building, opposite the  Pantograph Office.  July 24, lsü5.  î0l. p. clark. sam. wi willia1is« job. w. martin.  fiT  VA  ASK WILLIAMS &  ABÏ.  >, L   Oc' s»  TT.  w  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.  ILL PRACTICE i.n all the Courts, prosecute Claims of all kinds, collect debts, and act as Real Estate and General Agents.' Office—Markham Street, near State House. October 13, 1865. dtf. __  "17¥öl IS Ii © IT IT IE  9   ^.■¿tcwrme^ jaiib jLd8iw 9   DARDANELLE, ARK.  . January 9, 1866.  'S is,  °9  jSSJE  m em &  Egtmile  .A. Remits«  J. W. Hopkins, (late Real Estate Agt., Mem. Tenn.) - J. W. Faust, (Attorney at Law,) J. A. Martin, (Land Surveyor.)  /7T\FFICE over Dr. McAlmont's Drug Store,Little Rock, Arkansas. ____  1  October 6,1865.  'WOODRUFF & BJLGCHER, . (Q-enneir'sil -A-greELibs«, : liarkliam street, Opposite Dept. -Ild.-flrs.,  LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS.   v  ^E^ HAYE opened an  office for the tranoac-\j lion of a General Agency and Commission Business. We will buy and sell for residents and nonresidents, all articles to be had in this or any other market. Will purchase, sell, enter and pay taxes on lands, close merchants' books, coliect claims—in short will attend with fidelity and dispatch, to any business that may be entrusted to us.  W. E. WOODRUFF, J"., W. D. BLOCKER. McAlmont, Mayor; S. H. WiiiLETT, Wm. E. Ashley,  References :—J. J. Tucker, Clements & Little Rock, Arks. March 1,1866.  dtf.  IGKDOo  ,UR BOOKS and claims are in the hand of Woodruff & Blocker, General Agents, for collection and settlement. Their receipts will be recognized by ns./ CLEMENTS & WILLETT.  The attenl ili ove notice, Marchiti,  all concerned is called to the WOODRUFF & BLOCHER, I dtf. General Agents. .  ■ o  AÌ -  TilQ -lSSW' léi'ûmi  Li'j LATE C. P. BERTRAND is for sale.  €F  'f  It  THi'J iJiliäJ A. UiUl\Xi\jrii.^lJ ISIUI telllti.^ At  is preferred to sell the whole Library together— but if this is not done it will be sold to individuals .separately. For terms, apply to Garland, White &  nash. ■ January 12,1S66.  MARY BERTRAND, Fx r. &c. dwfcf.  Cantou of Basle, who had undertook to pardon a murderer if he would immigrate to the United States, and • requesting the President to. send this protest-to all foreign "Governments, where the United States are represented. The resolu lion passed. ■ _  Foreign.—The Vienna Wanderer openly advises the Austrian Government to take advantage of the armies ill the Danubian Principalities, by annexing ¡hem to the Empire.  Copies of the New York Herald, containing Brancroft's oration}, were seized in France, by order of the Govetiument.  A Paris correspondent writes that it is said that the French Government has received dis-patchesfrom Washington which end the Mexican question. The terms accepted appear to be those offered by oiir Government—evacuation in one year, and non-intervention during the evacuation. The Emperor was recently heard to say that his own people, and the people of America, were against him in this affair, and that it would be foolish to push a policy which encountered so much hostility, but, so long as he remainedin Mexico, he would not suffer himself or Maximilian to be attacked without re senting it.  The nomination of the young Prince Imperial ten years old. as President of the International exhibition, vice Prince Napoleon, caused universal dissatisfaction.  Liverpool.—Sir John Gray's motion against the continued maintenance of the church establishment in Ireland, has been fixed for next Tuesday.  One hundred and seventy persons, including forty-two Irish-Americans, had been thus far arrested under suspension of the habeas corpus act-  By city of glexico dates to the 1st instant, it was stated that the Belgian-Minister, who had been sent to inform Maximilian of the accession of Leopold,' was shot while riding in a diligence. |  | New York, March 21.  The Evening Posi says there was a general decline in all kinds ;of goods on the 19th, and concessions! in all ¡kinds of dre3S goods were large, extending to: prints and all fine! fabrics. Standards and woolens ay ere affected the .lightest. Th6 fall in,one month in the price of some of the goods sold at auction yesterday were reported atone hundred per cent., though the average decline may not extend to over twenty or twenty-five per cent. There is a'very general feeling of insecurity in business circles, amounting to ¿almost a panic in some quarters. Real estate ¡and rents are also falling. The corn market;; is easy. Five per cent. Government stocks;;firm, with an increasing inquiry for seven-thirties.  The President has approved the act relative to court claims.  A delegation of Indians from the Indian Territory appeared before the Senate Committee on TH-ritories, Urging;the admission of that Territory clS State:  The House Territorial committee are considering the admission of Utah, on application of Mormons.  It is said the question of the admission.of Colorado will be reconsidered in the Senate.  A morning paper says controller Clark has addressed a long letter to the chairma6 of the ways and means committee, supporting his recent letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, and replying to Hooper's statement of Thursday last. lie shows further discrepancies relative to the Secretary's monthly statement.  Lard 19£c.; dry goods—brown sheetings, 16 to 20c.; fine bleached, 16 to 38c.; prints 13 to 19c.; delains, 20 to 30c.; cotton flannel, 35 to 55c.; ticks, ;  50c.  A citizen convicted by a militaiy commission at Riohmond, of murdering some Union soldiers, has been released by the Secretary of War.  1  ■  3   On account of a clerical error in the report of the Freedmen's Bureau in Virginia and North Carolina, all criminal cases have been turned over to the civil courts.  Senators Dixon and Doolittle are daily growing worse. There is little hope of the recovery of the latter.  Birmingham, England, has sent General Howard auother contribution of nearly one thousand dollars for destitute colored people of the South. .  General Spinner - publishes a- letter in tho Washington Chronicle, maintaining the correctness of"controller Clark's statement, regarding the amount of Government funds on hand. - Washington- special Says  ; i£ is -currently reported that die President has signified his cle-ierminatioiiio veto the ci'vil rights bill.  Richard C.'' McCormicll :  has been appointed Goveruoi%! -and K. -L". "Garter,. -Secretary of Arizona.';..-......  :   The American schooner Wilson Crawford, seized at Sisal, Yucatan, and master fined and imprisoned for having powder aboard, and who was afterwards pardoned by the Empress, was again arrested, and fined five hundred dollars,  but secretly left]the country.  The steamer Java fakes out the President of the Lake Superior and Missippi Railroad Company. with four and a half million dollars worth of bonds, for disposal to European capitalists.  v  ...........- I;  Cotton steady at 39|@40|e. Gold, 2S|-.  Saîï Fb,ancisc3o., March!9.  The steamer Golden Agé sailed to day with 3873,000! for the Treasury.  the; resident.-- ri on. "Eh-j  possible promotion for Ms  independence anizer of he Kansas emigration ;  tic!ans should mahe a uotc of  [ his . e.a a speech to a lai-gè audience i • ________________„.  nst.,  / ex-  RALLYÎNG' TO THÉ; PnESIDSNT.-- HoiV. Thayer, the org  scheme, delivered a speech „ in New Haven, Connecticut, on the 14ïh in the ¡Music Hall. "The following live tract indicates the temper of the speech : i  For one I do not hesitate to say that 1 would* very'much prefer 'this manner of'.carrying .on ! the campaign. Whoever the parly'opposed°see fit to. put forward as; their representative anan on this issue, let him come from Congress or wherever lie may, I will take my stamfm fkvor of the veto and speech of the President, and the platform of the'¡'Democratic party. [Applause.] I don't intend to designate any particular Senator by name whom 1 would' like to meet here, but perhaps I could make you understand the one I mean, by imitating his style.— When we see the first light in the rnorninu:. you call it »the break of day." The Senator to! whom I allude wouid!say, "One of those points ! of time, illustrated by the poets of Greece and !  A few days since a young clerk, named Johnson, refused to pay an assessment, on his salary for election purposes in New Ilamphire, as requested per circular of Hon. E. H. Rollin, of that State, and attempts were made thereupon [to have him removed. The President was in-I formed of the facts, and on learning that the : clerk was an honorably discharged soldier and I had strong testimonials aa to personal character hind clerical ability, directed the Paymaster General to retain him and give liim the earliest  Poli-  Charleston is stupidly dui  say  in hinds until the cotton begins the marker ; and without, rnonev o  ; that business in Fhe people will not to come into its equiva-  I: The Charleston Courier  b i. i i J  lent, trade cannot be conducted  Out of eight hundred and is if y applications, the President appointed Jon West Point cadets, in accordance with the law • empowering him to appoint annually ^ten cadet* from the "country at... large.  v ì>rm:( oi the  ! .  Bo  [ UK LAN D.-  ton Jour-  Advicu TO AM i:iucAi, ! f< The Dublin correspondent, rial writes :  There is'one thing in this country which is very annoying to trans-Atlantic visitors, viz: the system or espoinage practised upon them by the detectives advise Americans  constabular}-, i would visiting Ireland to discard  ¡long coats and squared toed boots as soon as  Rome, occurring through the cycle of the ages, when the resplendent effulgence of the glorious I  lon £  coaJS n   orb of day first illum|ines the eastern horizon." P 0SS1 ^ le '  for 11 Is  "»possible to travel here with-Who is that? [Simultaneous cries from ail'  parts of the hali, "Sumner," "Sumner," "Charles  out. annoyance, in American clothes. In trav-_ eling by railway you will often find troops and  Loud laught"er aud'applause.~f * WelT, constabulary along with you, and so on several -i--  !  ■ occasions I have found it impossible to keep my  tongue 3till under the insulting glances of these  Sumner."  if it' is Charles Sumner you want to come here and argue these questions on the platform, I , , . . . honestly hope that Charles Sumner will come, j t«nctionaries. I would also advise every one I would like to see die breath of life infused !  leavin S America to supply himself with a pass-iiito this contest, afcd the best arguments of I P ovt >  as 1 can ecvtlf y ^  such a  document, saved  fossil remains of  both sides presented! to the people.  w 'l presume | ™ e ] east on one an equitable arrangement could be made between | " SU? P 1CV0U3  person tie two State committees in regard to the expenses. [Applause:]; I have detained you longer than I intended. !Mv whole heart is for Andrew Johnson'r He is reliable ; lie cannot be terrified by-intimidation, or bribed by fasrs of patronage, or money.f It is glorious at such ,a.j  %vht(;h are 3ft d[n   crisis as this to liave isuch -a man at the head of; ' '__  the Government. Is he to be sustained ? Glory  occasion from arrest as  lft.  gigantic bigi  bird  esti-been  I The  I mated to have stood 25 feet high, lias j discovered in some beds of limestone at Nelson, i in New Zealand. The remains consist -of a I head, minus the lower jaw, the dimensions^'  by  lOin.  enough is offered to the people of'Connecticut in doing  o  having been settled for two  F  this—gloi'3^ enough in that, they make the beginning of a' ncjyr political era in the I7ni i . ed States. These cowardly men who hive po.i poned tii:'onostiens'r:&lafii:^ to the rtdmi.-sir--!-: of  + i u  tîie Southern States: until after  your- election, j  are waiting to see what Connecticut 'saws- of the  course they have taken. Let them hear a no \ understand that there is no endorsement . ^ those who would overthrow the principles laid j  down by the fathers of the country, and who ! cisco paper, recently attended the seances of  i ne preiimman rowing' matdhes between James ITamill, o Pittsburg, and Kelly, tlie champion of the Thames, in England,.the sum of $2,000 in gold has been sen?, over to confirm the stipulations. The matches are to oe uae ui' five miles out, and the other two and a half miles out and return. It is Ilamill's intention to sail for Eng  land shortly.  The Editor-of the Golden Era, a San Fran-  defy and insult the good seuse, patriotism and magnanimity of the people. [Loud applause.] Three cheers were proposed, and heartily given, for the speaker.  A New Fence.—As a great many of the plantations in the surrounding couutry are without fences, we take pleasure in giving our readers the plan of a new fence recently built by our countryman, H. C. Chambers. The fence is built of cypress slats, eight feet long, by first setting up a row of the slats, on the order of  of Mrs.- Ada Hoyte Foze, a spiritual medium, and after giving his experiences, concluded as follows :  "Spiritualism is a very consoling doctrine, and relieves one of a great amount of ansiety regarding his future welfare. We were at one time favorably impressed with it, but we lack faith, and have concluded to fall back on the old doctrine,of hell and damnation, which prejudice and early education have rendered a necessity to us. We don't feel at home without it.  rafters, with five feet base, and one slat at the top as a comb, and the nailing them together" The Rhode Island papers are poking a good with eight foot slats, with five slats on each deal of fun-at, Governor Smith, of that State, on side. This fence! can be built at a cost of fifty account of a speech he recently made, in which cents per acre. [Coahomi'an. i he accused some one of "casting aspirations"  ! upon him."  The New York Board of Health have pulled off their coats and fallen to work -upon the removal-of insanitary nuisances with a zeal that promises great, results. No nuisance great or small will be spared. The streets, under direc tion of the Board, will be swept every day, and kept in the best possible condition of clanliness. Garbage, ashes, &c., will be removed daily. An unfortunate Biddy, in Clinton Place, caught throwing a pail of kitchen offal in the street has been sent to jail in default of $200, creating a perfect panic in the world below stairs.-— And the Board are not commencing a day too soon, for it is reported the filth in the streets has been lying there nearly the whole winter, and not unfrequently is found in immense heaps —in some cases the streets, for whole blocks, being literally covered with decomposed filth of every description. What, is St. Louis doing in this line of precautionary measures against cholera ?  1  Louis Democrat.  ■ -' Portress Monroe, March 17.  Mr. Chas. Butts, ofnNorfolk, comes out-to-day in a card to the Norfolk papers, denying the truth of a statement made in a telegraph dis-patchb: .to,the ^Nèm York : papers, , that he fled'on the 'apprdacli of the assailants of Mr. Flint, as. associate editor of the Old  : Doraiuion, published in Norfolk,¡^and says he has never had ' any connection with [that paper,.  A wonderful iruràgés occurred.here this afternoon. lasting for hdjlf -an. hour. The Eastern-Shore :  of. Virginia, > Sjjnith'-s ' Island^' &c.,' 'were plainly 7 visible'to ' the naked eye ; while the country bordering on the James and Nauseinomi rivers and Newport ¡News, appeared to recede away "off in the distance.  White is the Court jmourning in Paris.  "Bolly," a leading gambler of Cincinnati, Ohio, distinguished himself the other day by escorting a crowd of shoeless refugees, from North Carolina, into a shoe store, covering their feet with leather, and paying the bill.  The Wilmington (N. C.) Dispatch learns that 3ome of the school mistresses who have honored the South to such an extent as to adopt that place as their homes, charge two dollars per month tuition, and in the event of the failure of their pupils to furnish the greenbacks, they are advised to substitute a "silver; spoon or fork." The Dispatch adds that several forks and spoons have been missed from the tables of some of the citizens of Wilmington._______  The Lords of the Admirality have just order-, ed that in the British navy lads under eighteen shall be birched but not flogged.  The rarest oysters from the finest coves in Virginia are received daily in the Washington market, and sell at 25 cents per dozen. An enterprising map there is getting machinery under way for .freezing oysters during the summer.  A parson once prefaced his sermon with s  "My friends* let us say;a.few.;words before we begin." This ; is about equal to fhe.man wlio toS-i a short nap before he went to sleep.  '*', Beiij'amin- franklin .'left' a' !fun<i to the city of Boston, in trust, for the benefit of poor apprentices. : The Hon. : ! Wm. Minot, who. has been Treasurer of this fund for fifty-five years, has just resigned. In his hands it has increased from about $9,000 to §111,000.  Persia has been astonished by a snow storm.   

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