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This ialaatllairrnai) I stands without a rival m
tte history of discoveries, iu this or any otter
country, in curing th* anin/ul and paralysing dis
mm, te ail ita various tew*.
The vast —ter that bate tea* owed by tte
ue of Uua oompoute. during tte paat year, de
wrTHitlm thw fact Not only recent acute or
i nff i—ttrtj eaaea, but old ehtmue eases, af ten,
twenty, thirty awl eve* forty y*a»etandia«£Wtee
they had m* only tried every otter external ted
internal remedy of which they could heat, hut at
medical teen of
country, vwiled the
_ _ _ , taken reyagas alien. and
dwelt ia tte weal salubuoue chaws, without ob
taining rutiaf. teansy who were reduced to a mere
•keteto*. their hath ted withered away, their
limhe wem paralysed, and many that had scarcely
teen able to walk fee tea, Afteea ate twenty yean.
Them have been cured sound and well, regained
their fleab ate tte wa of then limba, ate now en
joy excellent health from the use of thia compound.
These facts arc fully anbauntiated by published
testimony, tea the highest passible source* ; tee
vimeAy that cannot be gainsaid, but which can be
vouched fin by In thensen if witnesses.
Retail ate, ti pet bottle, 3 bottle* for 112, or
< for 932.
To be had of H. L. DODGE ate THOICAS
SDTTEHWORTH.
Little Sock, June 3, 1851. ly.
nom
Limi RWI TO S8T SPRIXSS, kULUkK
BfULT 1.1 JIB or »Ti«»
frem Little Reek to Mol Spring*, for the accoramo
di'iN of tho traveling public—
T# ioeve every oUm day, (except Sunday*. with
the United St*tee Mali,
IN KMT* Horn roar COACHES,
at 5 e'ofoak, A. M.,aee arrives! Hot Springe,mm*
day, at I P. M.
rHM ACCOMMODATION LINE,
Fast Here* Ped* Ceaehee. will Inn Little Keek
every Isterveotaf day. al the ease boar ia ihe
morning, aad arnve at Ho' Spring* next day, at 8, {
■ the evening- __
FARE: By titter Um, #i-Kxtra Bajgacv in ftoportioa.
The eabecriber I* the eaatracter for the convey- (
aaee of the United Suite Malle eu the roe tee fro*
Little Reek m Fort Smith, and from Little Keck to 1
Washington, ia Hempiieadeeaaty. via Hot Spriaga
—ta Peat Goachee, three times a week.;,
XT’ Beth thaae routes iatersect with the Steam
boat United Staler Mail Line from Memphieto Lit
LlTTliE KuCI F91H9RT 4M MITHERI.
JToawell Bcfbf >
WOULD respectfully call the attention of the
public to the above establishment, which
bar recently undergone a thorough repair, and. hav
ing the necessary facilities, la sew felly prepared
W uroith to ordert with grant prempteoaa. every
artir a in that Use. ef either wrosght or cant Iron.
Breve nr Copper, of as good material, proportions,
and workmanship, and upon no cheap forme, an any
other Foundry in thin country- MUlrighU and
others, ordering wkoeis, will bo pleased to giro tho
No. of ooge and pitch, also tho partlenlar eixo and
shapo of tho eyo, waafod In each wheel Toe dl
amattf ef s wheel, when cant, will he K of an inch
per feet tma the asms with length of a shaft.—
Jnfora should else be accompanied with n draught
and fall daneriptlon of what te waafod, and tho
"iSA. Dec. 10.1840.—14—tf
From tho lxt of April to
1st October, 1851, the sob
scriber trill rone
Arkansas Coffee Honsei
(town muMOAT ua»»i*«.)
rpUE Proprietor baa on hand, and i* conatanlly
X racatviaf, tha following— *
Koroig a and domestic Llqncra;
Wine* and cardial* of every description; .
Ctenn;
To Woo;
Fruit*, Ae.
Ail of whieh ara far aai* at wholaaale and rotaii
prieaa. Poraono from tha coeatry wishing to par
chest. 7.1U pioaoo anil and aoa my atoek before pur
(lMwfc«r*. no 1 inland to aaU ao low aa any
MICHAEL TANTL
Lml.RMk.jM.ti.lUI. 2o-ly
99-Tb* Arhadeiphia Saatiaal will eopy on* year,
and forward aaeonat to Ik* sabeeriher. M.T.
_Ii mmd Shot*.
U CASES BooM assorted;
4 “ Kip Brogans;
4 dan. Gent’s faro Calf Shoes;
3 “ •« « Gaiters;
13 “ Ladiee Shoe* assorted;
• “ Misses and chtldreaa Shoes assorted;
1 Case Boys Kip Brogans;
1 •• •• Boots, Ac.. Ac., Ac.
Received per Phillip Pennywi*. and for tale by
JOHN D. ADAMS,
Steamboat Landing.
Much ». 29—tf.
Liquor* otod Flour.
JUST reeeivad by steamer Hamburg;
35 Bbts Whiskey.
30 Hail Bbls. da.
i Bbls. Bceboa Whiskey.
35 Bbls. Flaw,
id Buis. Potatoes.
PoTsaleeWp bT M TANTT.
bbl.
Bidrca.
IOASR old Brandy t S eks. American do
Jeks. Madevia Wi*-; i
3 bbla. t>lu Bu'b Wbiskey; t
3 *• *• Rye ” I
1 ** *• Muscat Win*; 1
Received and for sat*- by
JNO. D. ADAMS,
Cherry Bounce ;
Hum ;
old Port Wme ;
Malaga.
Jilt 5, 1S51—-40
Sttmmbmt leading.
|> V Steamer Emily I hare Just received and now
4*Lr *»We:
w h rroln Super Pine Plow;
J\ ‘ Rye Whiskey;
\ . Boses Assorted Tobacco;
10 *4 Lemon Syrup;
t "*• Candy;
1 Barrel English Filberts;
10 “ Ale. M. TANTI.
Lower Steamboat Landing.
, April %, ld»4—»1—tf
UgHtn and Wine*.
5 CASK* Brandy, 4th greet,
2 « Mudana Win*;
1 •• Port Wroat *
30 Bukata Champagne Whut; as cearigameot
I and for i*ia low.
Dscemdar 19, IBdd.
T. D. MERRICK A CO.
IS
| BOXES Ertra chewing Tobacco;
> 3 .*• ease. Pound Lamp '•
3 r «•
Received this day and for sale by
JNO. D. ADAMS,
Jnae t. 1241—40. St.amlear bWtag.
:
J.M. MIALE T.*.*PAM».
HME9 UEEEIWOOD, Sc CO.,
COMMISSION AND FOBWAHDING
Yo. 66
33IUI, nw*' . -
Afow/A <*/ #«'»*
ORLEANS LA.
JfEW unufc/ii’o. ka.
^KwaasBaiaaggagg
he collection *o<l rerelttanae
JSmSmS .hipmentof Merehand.se aenarmUy
S’. Smith.
W. M. Ua»IUM.
__lith St firahain.
WHOLESALE 0ROCERS, PRODUCE if
COMMISSION MEKoHANTb.
and Dealer, in
Vtitlf* nad DmbnIIc Lienor*.
* CwcumaTI, Ohio. __
—ALSO— -
ft rent, for Manufacturer, for theta fa of Tobacco.
Wmdow-Ofaaa. Iron and Naila.
N. B. AU order* entrusted to us will receive
>ur atnc teat attention. • 1
THOMAS L. WHITE,
I00K SELLER & STATIONER,
MO. U cml< BTMBBT,
NEW ORLEANS.
LAW, MEDICAL. MISCELLANEOUS, AND
* SCHOOLBOOKS.
WRIITIMQ
Fix- CO. utttr and Not' M>W»S W" •/
Mrini gnoidua
ftl’ILU, HTCtt PB**i ***» _
A axt >(,Mnl MMftwai BU«fc
Country Merchant* and Teacher* are repeated to
call and ax.-.oe tb. Stocky ^
itiu n.TTMrsra. w**- rowau..
JAW ES MATTHEWS Sc CO.,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS ADD C0S1ISSI0JI ■ERCH1STS,
Maaafaetarrr’* A|«iU
rotTHtou or
g AILS, WINDOW GLASS, COTTON YARNS
fce.. No M WALNUT STREET.
South of Columbia, Ciaclaaati, Ohio.
Raraa to— T. D. Merrick * CV, Wm.B. Wait,
Valter MitchM, H. Bro^aa, D. Brain k Ca.,aad
faenb Hawkin', Little Reek.
Feb. 5. 1850 —7-22—ly
WALTON, 8ANFORD * CO.
GENERAL GROCERS.
AVIB
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. *4, Mew teref, M Orleans:
HAVE ceaataatly on band a general aad well
selected assortment of Maple aad Fancy
Croc erics, Fiat Ltqaan and H’iaet, Prooiaiont,
Etc. Etc
la addition to the articles asnslly found in a
Grocer's Stock, they keep a supply of NeiU. Glasa.
Drsp, aad Dyee, Letter and Cap Paper, Playing
3arba, &c. Ac
Thsir aim will be to aell rood and Ires* articles,
iad .1 wav* at F.11R MARKET PRICES. Their
heilitiee "for baying, with their eiperience iu the
ftrkansiM trade, end their knowledge of the wants
»f that section, they thiuk tari'l enable them at all
limes to fill, satisfactorily, auoh orders as they may
>e favored with.
Jan. 1, 1851. 1-y.
loarra H HL»M
j»a« h masskt.
JOSEPH H. PALM ER Sc CO.,
fORTER.; ATD WHIES ALE DEALERS III
PORFIGW *SD
DO’Wl'lSTaO &0OD§5
47 CAMP—NEW ORLEANS.
Sept. 10, 1850. ** > ~lF
W. MITCHELL, A CO.,
0MHISSI0N MERCHANTS,
A.VP
Dealers la Goods Dry , Groceries, Ac.
NAPOLEON, AKK S.
Mure A 30, Jdol. 30—tf.
toar.*T Aavrrao.se. Gio. C. LawaASOSt.
Aa.voi.u Hackis.
ARMSTRONG, LAWRASON dc CO.
Comtnisaion Jlerchant*,
106 Magazine street,
NEW
March 25, 1851
OR LEA NS.
29—lv
JOHK D. A HAHN,
I1IS8I0S AND FORWARDING MERCHANT.
aick cur.\ER, L< >V\ I* -ITEAM R< > tTv.AMHVU,
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS.
r EEPS constantly ou band a large and general
L aaeortmeotof Dry Goods, Clothing, Hard
are, <4aecaawarc, Hats aad Capa, Boots
4 It hoc a, Saddlery, stationary. Groceries,
odace, he., Ac.; all of which will be tola
-y cheap for CASH.
Jet. 1, 1850.—8—I—if
THE subscriber, agent for H. Habermnn. will
continue the former'* business al liis old stand
on Main, near Markhorn street, and keep eon-i
atantly on band a full ami well assorted stork of j
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
Castings, Ac., Ac., all of winch will i>e sold low
for cash. The highest market prices will be paid
for country produce, a* beef hides, peltries, bees
wai, Ac. JOHN KRAUSE. ;
Lktle Rock, March 2S, leoi. JO—tf.
India Rubber Shoe*.
2DOZ. Mens' India Rubber Over Shoes;
2 do*. Ladies’ “
2 dooen Misses’ *• “ “
Received this-day, and for sale by
JOHN D. ADAMS,
Not. 4, 1851. steamboat landing.
Sew Betel in Little Rork.
rVliASKl ROUKR,
(roaueai v aoca ivma..'
THE Proprietor of this house in
forms the traveling public tba
fie is now prepared to accommodate
transient persona with the very best
entertainment, and on the most rea
sonable terms. The honse has been thoroughly j
renovated and furnished throughout with new ,
furniture. Boarder*, either by the week or month.'
can be accommodated with desirable rooms, etc. ■
No pains or expense will be spared to make this!
equal to snv hotel in the south-west.
Good stabling am] attentive oatiers arc connect-!
ed with this house.
Oct. 28. t*M. 8-tv H. E. HEZF.K1AH.
Wall Papering. j
A LL descriptions of Wall l’ap ring neatly ei
j\. ecu ted. Appiv at the book :c ruler v,
Oct. 14. 1851, tf H. JACOBI. *
Are You Inwured i
Irt yo« injured in n Rrtpumiblt Offirr!
r|"MiE season of the year has arrived wh> n everv |
I prudent mau will tee that his buildings and
their contents are insured in a responsible office.
The Protection lari ranee office of Hartfort, Ct.
has now done business ,n the southern and western
portions of ilie country for twenty sit years, sod
is confidently believed to present very superior in
ducemenls for insurance, second indued to no of
let in Ihm L'oitai
Policies issued by WM. B WAIT. Agent, j
0«t. 11th. 1M1,
JTMTlswiM a beautiful selection of ladies’
■# dreuu goudu. consisting ofStlks, Poplins. Cash
■**». Mualm d’Laiaa, Alnaecaa, Shawls, Ac., Ac.,
Ac., which wil£bo sold vary low by
J. D. ADAMS,
Now. 4, lUf. steamboat landing.
JfEW WTO 8T0RF,
»*i »*, (ipf'*-" » *« «ri)H -s .
THE aubacnber haa jnat received m4
t ia »ov opcn.nj *B mure Mew Stock of
iMpecwTDRUGS AMD MEDICINES,
which arc warranted freak aodftname,
s?
via:
quinine,
BEBEERINE,
P1PER1KE.
8ALTCKNE,
MORPHINE,
IODINE,
IOD. POTASS.
ELATEKIUN,
VKKATRLNR,
ktrychnlne.
C1T. KKKRI ET MAONES. CALOMEL. Aa#.f
TURKEY RHUBARB, we; COD LIVER
OIL, pwrr; BLUE PILL, Ac. Ac.
' PATENT MEDICINES,
Embracing Jaynes’Family Medicines. Motfatfsdo.
Lee's Pills; Spencer's Jo.; Wright's do.; Davis’
Pain Killer; Stephens' Astringent Symp; Wistars
Balsam Wild Cherry, 4c. 4c.
SmuW, Totem nda’, *»</ Bulti Sarm^anlta.
VEBMiri'GCs:
B. A. Fahnestock, Dead Shot, and American Ver
mifuge.
Bine Lick Water—-Coolers* Spring Water.
Pamtt, Oil#, Dye ttuf, Wmifes Hiatt, $■<■. iff.
Country Physicians are requested to examine the
quality of my Drugs, 4c., before purchasing else
where.
JX Prescriptions Mmmu compounded.
THOS BUTTER WORTH, Agi.,
An# Drug Start, censer of .Warn
and Markham Strrelt.
Lmrtx Rocs, June 23, 1851.
Little Bock High School.
UNDER THE CARE OF MRS. AND THE
MISSES WOODS.
Bt^SlNESS will be resumed •DV’, 1st Septem
ber, when a punctual attendance of the Pu
pils is respectfully requested.
The Board of Visitors to ihe above larrotas,
well satisfied from low personal observation, that
its accomplished proprietors are highly competent
to teach, m the most approved and successful man
ner. all the branches of a thorough and finished
Education, therefore, take great pleasure in re
commending it to a continuance of that large and
increasing patronage which it has enjoyed sicoe its
commencement.
Board of Visiters.
Rt. Rer. 0. W. Faxes tv, L. Gn.o.v, M D,
I Hon DivrrL Ri.voo, Capt A Pm*,
*• W«. H. Fieui, F W TaarNALL, Esq.,
“ Vs H St'TTWc, E H F-m.limi, »•
“ Tiioa W NtwToV, L E Harks,
Oio C WATKINS,
John H Car.Asv.,
61
MajJtxrs La'.vso.v,
Gen S H Hiskteab,
August 26, 1851.
NOTICE.
THE undersigned are now closing ’heir busi
ness, and take this method of informing all
who have claims against the firm to present th re
for settlement. Those who are indebted to us bv
Notes, or accounts are requested to come forward
and settle without further notice; if they wish to
save extra expense, they will do well to call and
pav up immediately.
GOODRICH & GRAY.
Little Rock, August 12th, 1861—60-tf—
For Dyspepsia.
Prepared from the fourth stomach of the Ox1
THF Irue Iiimtiv.- Fluid
<»r <»a<nc Juice, prepared
from Krn non or the *u»iu
of the Ox, after dire**.
Uoiw fi»?n by Banm Lei
*m?, the great phvaiotoqiraj
by J. 8. fl’mghtnn,
M. i*-, N©. 11 \r»rJ* E’ftilll
the* i>a~
!> immediate and perma
nent relief for Indigegtnm. Dyspep"u». JaaovVe. Liver iv»tn
pltuiii. I oiutungpuou mi«| debility, <un»g aftei Nature s own
urtiKNl, by XtturF’* own agent, the Gastric Juicp. It i« *
'•ennui preventative of rholen, a* it keep* tin; stomach and
bowel* in * perfectly healthy coodiU'Hi.
Half a teaspoon tul of thi<< fluid, mfu#e«l in water, nr!!! di
r*»t or dissolve live pound* of roast beef in about two hoars
OUt Of (lie gtOBMCb.
SciciiTirir Evidence.—Baron Leibig. in Id* celebrated
work on immal chemistnr, say*: •* An artificial ii;gc»iirri flu*!
inhlapMM to the (tMtrir Juice, may be readily prepared from
die n»ot'u«A membraitf' of the stomach of the cad, in whkh
vari arm )e» of food, such a* meal and a id be *ott
ened. <“ hanged ami digested just in the *ame manner a> they
Wiwrtd lie in the human xtomacb.'’
Dr. Pereira. in hr* famous treaties “f >n fond and Diet.”
published by Fowler k Well*, New York, pag«-J&. state.- toe
*an»r great fart and de*ori!»es the method of preparation.
There are few higher author tie* th;in Dr Pereira.
Dr. i’«nnbe, in hi* valuable writing on the •• f’hy**,ing> of
Digestion.’’ observe* that **a diminution of the due quantity
of the Gastric Juice, i* a prominent and all prevailing r.uM
of Dv^pepeia:’* and he state* that i4« distinguished prof* w*og
of rued,cine in London. wno was aeverly afflicted with the
complaint, finding every thing else to flEil,badrecourMitothe
Gastric Juice, obtained from the Humadn of living annual*,
which proved eoniplctiy MceenAil *1
Dr. Graham, author of the AuwMir work <m “VeaetaUe
Diet.*’ say*: »*lt i» a remarkable fart in piiyafotagy, that the
vtiiUDich of animals. macerated in water, impart* to the fluid
the property of dweolvmf v*r<>u* article* of food, and oi ef
fecting a kind of artificial digestion «>f them in no wise dif
ecvai from the natnral dic**»tive price**.
m Dr. tfunon’afecal work, “Tha i brniiitry of M*n," f
k Blanchard, Pin ^ade I (data, l*Mf\)pp 'Jbll J, say»: “The dis
covery of P« pent form* a new era in the ••nrtiitcal history ol
Digestion. From r»feent expeiiim nt*, we know Uiat hind ib
dissolved a* rapidly in an artificial digestive fluid. prj*and
from Pepsin, a* it is in the natural ii wtm- Ju«re iiseil.
pMi>«*or DungliiMon. of the Jefferson roilege, Philadel
phia, in to* great work on “Human Phywolo^r.” devote*
metre titan Arty page* to an examination of this -uknect. He
expenroeat* with Dr. Beannntnt. on the Hrwir.« Juice, ob
tained from the living human Atom*-h.an ) from snutiais, r.re
well known. **in all *'a*e*,‘* he wave “dtgewtion occurred
a* perfectly in tlte artificial a* m Ate natural due-non.
For further i»nw>f .f t?H- rs-invkahle menu of this discove
ry, cal! at 7* MAGAZINE STREET, and gvt ade’Wnpu%e
vheet ohATiN A. kL\l)J]X k t «».,
fieaerd ag^-’** for J**»uttiera ^ute*.
Formic. wh>de«aie or retail, in Little So*k, at U»e New
Drug Star, by
THOS. BUTTE!WORTH. Agent
lor the htat« ot ArKimsas. J
July l. 1*1. 43-ly
Cbrikl 4 hurdi School Tor Doy«
Rev. A. F. F«idii!i, Rectcff.
Minus Qr.*ii4 M. A. Principal.
rjpiHS Institution wiilopen on oi about the 1st
X September. Hoys will be prepared fur college
or (<m the business pursuits of life. As the num
ber of pupils is limited, applications should be
made named islet* to the Rector.
a i n, is»j • ao
T# the Lnkaowa Urirt of San Ml t. lasun,
Btfrastd.
BY order of the Johnson Probate Court, the un
dersigned Administrator of said estate is order
ed to advertise that there is in his hands 1175 46,1cm
expenses of this advertisement, lie tong mg to the
unkuowu tieirs of said estate. Said Mason was
medium size, dark complexion, lame in one leg,
about 35 years old. was sheriff of this countv ami
was killed at Spadra Bluff, by Jno. U. Jewett, in
August, 1635.
V\ ILL1AM ADAMS, AJminittratar.
Clarksville, Ark., July 31, 1831. 4tW>w.
Great Kevolution in RusincM. ;
WITH the view of accommodating my cuato- I
mers, and others who m.vy be pleased to
favor me with theirfeustness, ! have made arrange
ments to procure, with great dispatch, at either
CmcixHxTi, M» veins, or Niw Oai.rv.ss, on the
cheapest terms, such Brass and Cast Iron work as
may be ordered by those who prefer their orders
filled at cither of the above places, as well as all
such orders as I canuot furnish from my estab
lishment, free of any commission, or charges of
any Kind, except tirst cost, drays.?:-, freight, and- j
insurance.
This plan, it is believed; will gtca'tiy. facilitate
every one desirous of erecting Csrtvu four,
Tkrtthmg Mac/nnrt, Saw MilU, Cant .Ifni*, I
flour Mi.it, and Cation .Will*, or any nikrr art
cnptniH of Marhmrry, or Engimr wort, in procur- i
iug with certainty whatever they way want from .
abroad, and at the same tune sffcfd them a con- <
veoieal opportunity of judging by utnpansou be
tween my work and prices, andotuers.
It is imiispemuble tliat all orders should be ac- j
coin named by a draught agjJ specification suifi- |
cientiy explicit in detail, to serve m a guide to the I
mechanic who may be railed upon to execute the
work, as well as thm. suitable provision should be
made for the payment.
AH communications addressed to roe, will be
hauklultv received, and meet with prompt atten
ton. ’ ROSWLLL BKKBE,
July'21, 1831. at Utltr Ktck t'mauL-y. 1
feather! I<rathtr!:
I HAVE now on hand a handsoriH lot of Leather, ;
consisting of
Sola Leather, I'Vpcr Leather, and Buckskins
amml. For sale by 4- J. MUTT,
July 8, 1861. ' ,-v, . . . Mam St.
Ladies’ Shoe*.
A RPLEMMD assortment, jnst received
Ijl steamer St. Francis, and fur site by
A. J. HUTT.
Anj. *, USt. «S
per
1 «f lb* *!»*:, *>»»«*.
L lb* Tn* apbrmaa wtM alOTya ha
liIMM •-«*; and no loaf aa
< un»rnal rate tiuMR,
U* Ml a *ia«t* hut."
1.. Mmutal to ttM lo4» t of tvrry
LimMyir* aanft. fbun* and Mi
kuna drapery of mm’i lb run*
li • < *au. at Um> 0rincipal u«V*,
End aoid by lb* pfinripal *w»
I'uaflb* I'niud Mtau-* and ' ana
lira Britain, Irnar*
lu-acf, dandiwf. and rtE
OHlarlrn. otinf* and brad
lunnd »*a'*. rperdy, M
“ Fair traaata mi
And Waaii draJ
will Awry'* TfH-ojimnml
lady and fntlteatan wbv I
wiaat appnaraar* ut Uk i
Auld m larc* boul*». t»i i
.V.*. IX Btnsdwa) .NT
• bant* and drncgmt* Uirmj
da, b|*Ilrr>, M*r« ln«ll**d
Sion. 4. l*il. b-l*
WHOLE!
BRUi
,1 & RETAIL
STORE
Tappk.
Snm nu>v Mascha*.
B.
Ippiy
iPer
MV
Lrm.* Rock, Mai^
JUST received ptj
•I L'lnma a freah
of puce and selected!
Also fresh Congrej
ter, Setlzer Aprrtcn]
fumenei, tfc.
Constantly on
popular Patent M |
C/trmieaU, Oill,
W'm^Dir Clm,
Seedi, Wmei dr lieMri for
■Medical use, Ac., Vi of'
which will be sold f leash, \
bought in New OrieW
Country Phyiiciaj and dealers will find it
their interest after hjhig ezaroined elsewhere to
give roc also, a call.
ITPreacriptioninrefully put up.
Little Rock. July f 1851. <3—
i low as they can be
Book Agats
Wanted.
Men are * tied to canvass for
Popular Pictorial, St nlarJ and Religion Works,
tckich art sojmly by subsrnption.
THE popularity o he authors, and the superi
or manner in a cfc theae t>ooks are got up,
both in Printing and indrog, will warrant a quick
and ready sale thro* lout the United States E*
clusive rtght of coi y is given in all cases, and
no Agent is allowed »trespass on the territory ot.
another. Theae bo< I are sold very low, and yet
pay the Agent a go profit; and as they are not
put into bookstore* auction rooms, the Agent
will not find the pe< t supplied with them.
Persons engaging s this business will find it
both pleasant and | Stable, as the works are of
a high cba'acter, an the Agent will feel proud in
recommending then
XX Those wishiii fora Circular giving a fall
description of the w ks, prices, manner of dtspo
aal, Ac., will plea* ddress
HORACE 1 iNTWORTH, Publisher,
*t> Washington street, Boston.
Oct. 1*. 1881.
OLlYtK & CO.,
HJM-. A* JfjtIT MERCHATSA
CORNER OF MAf AND MARKHAM ST.
(Old Pf Office Comer.
Jl'qT Received jfine assiirtment of choice]
articles for liar loirs, and Family use, eon- ]
tutting of
Kme Old Port line; Madeira Wine; Brown
Sherry Wine; Paeyherry Wine; Calaub* Wine
Loug worth Ohio;C|fet Wine, Snpr. Juice; Bran- i
dy, Cognac: Brgut Cherries; Loudon Gin; Mo
tion gabel* Whisky Scotch Ale; Brown Stout;
Anisette; NAtari |crup; Muscat tie Frontignau;,
Manse bano: Cuic a; Mushroom Catsup; Wor
cestershire Sanet: Sardines; Fresh Salmon; Ab
siuthe: Preserve! <!Ac.
Little Rock, -!gir 22. 33-tf.
H"k* !
'UST received,
which arc the
2 cases fine fa
2 doa.
B
P.
P
L
boys’ fin
infants’
Palm Le
And for sale by
May 14, 1851.
3
t
1
13
Hal*!!
he lot of Hats, and
|lowin, viz;
Silk Hats;
Moleskin Hats;
Casunere
Russia
h
1 Union
ixua
10m
shorn
among
HUTT
Main street.
38—
Lillie R
SAW AND GRIST!
other decripriom
such purposes, furuisl
tabishurent at the che;
riiod and well adapti
pit- of this State.
July 9, 1851.
rk Foundry.
[ILL GEARING—and all
Iron work, suitable for
to order, at the above es
st rale*—warrantetl to be
>tbe ne^easitiesofthe peo- ]
ROSWELL BEEBE.
45.
Ensrin
WANTED-A goo!
f \ ble for a small
der. One with r. 'tad
will be preft-ired. Ai
July 8.
Holler.
Ircond haii'l Boiler iinta
1 me of about * mchcylin
[ tire-front anil grate-Lars, i
' to
iOSWELL BEISF.E,
Little Kofi F'mn/inf.
HEW C
JUST received, three!
and well selected
lonable Clothing: Part
a fine stock of Snmme
fom New Orleans, a large
iimnent cf new and fash |
ilar attention is called to !
Slothing.
For sale low for caslind for cash only 1
E. MARCUS.
Little Rock, M>,it 80,$M. Mom street.
Iron* Hail* »ml Casting*.
LBS. asgortr^loii;
UUU 50 Keg. Nail;
1000 Castings. * sal* low. by
l’t>. MERRICK k CO.
Decemb 17, 1850. t l5
fRlNGENT SYRl P —
H- a celebrated remedy fur!
oplamts. Cholera Mor [
L : Complaints, pain or;
pr fxtwels, adapted to per- :
t>ubtedly the m<*st supe- j
cn ever produced,
bottles, and 50 cU for
Dll. STEPHEN’S
This has now beefj
Dysentery and Bowel
aus, Diarrhoea or Sun
rrampiug in the storaac j
-'iii of all ages, but u-j
•tor preparation for cluJ
Pnce, 25 eta for sua/1
A?o behad of R. L. ljlDGE and THOMAS BUT- j
rERWOKTH.
Li **« Rock -ne, kl, IS51. If
PRFS1I DRlit
Jl’kT
&
tCKIVKO
A.\D FOR SALE. WBIESALI ASD RETAIL.
fJVHE sub^riber is constantly reesi
J viug, fiat Near York, a genuin
asaortuieut 4 Drag*, A/«4iC»nc*,CAf <»*
BEH cal', Kcr/’iery, 1‘ointt, Out, byt
S'lajfs, 4c ,f4«. Also—Patent Medi
iaew: among which aK Dr. Taylor's Balsam of
.Imwstt; .Isynes* Kxtwtormnt; Iniisn Pausce-S;
lalley’sPain Estractoj; Hays’ and Hcwes’ Lia>
ne.tit; Linn’s S-rengthts.ug Plaster; Kooastoek'a
'ennifuge; M-datl's lLnm Bittrrsand Vegeta
-le Life Pills; Kartholonw'sExi>eel<itaDt;8ph<.'t's
dedkines; (fid ridge's Rs'ra of Columbia lor the
lair; Welsh’s Medicamentum.
Ali of which will befalit low forcssh
R. kjDCiJtyyE. MarfcAam if
Little Rock, 1818. 1 17—If
SCARIER k Wi. I FHUAEB fOTTflS WAS
>rompt attention.
f VNE (>f 60 Saws in tore and for sale.
L/ All orders for Oisof the usual sues riven
otbe 1 ndeiugned wd he fsrwardcd, and receive
1 WM. B. WAIT. !
Afor the Manufacturers. 1
Little Rock, May 211851. 58—
Little Rark Foundry.
j^HEKTCopper an. Zinc ; assorted Wire ; Pa
tent Brs-ls, saroitxl, a superior article, for
m tiers and Cabinet inker's use.
For sale by ROSWELL REBFE.
C-ssA jmdjer old nssthfs, brass, csptner sU since, j
July 8, 1851—44.
TO PRINTERS.
InpmMI Band Prm.
THB Propnetom of (JwOmTyy* Fovwmsi take
pul pleasure m informing Pnthn generally,
that they have thy evlwnt right foe the manufac
ture and rale of tk* invaluable Basel Preaa, and
•re near prepared to hll order* for medium and
double medium siaes. This press n More compact
•ml more easily handled than the otd style. Bras
increase «f at leaat fifty per cent, of work » ob
tained, with a great reduction of labor. The.pe
•aliar advatage* of this Preaa over the old eouauta:
1. In the saving of tune m putting_on and lak
mg off the afceet.
2. In the aaring of time ta running the bed un
der and out from the pUt.c.
S. latheflym* the frisk.ias it i» selfoactuig.
4. In the application of the levcraae, hr which
means a eery heavy impression ia obtained by a
small expenditure of physical force. ~
\ In the saving of time and labor of stepping
backwards and forwards by the pressman, as it ia
unnecessary for him to more out of hw true k* w hile
at work,
6. From the manner ;n whieh the points are at
tached. it being impossible for the blankets to full
up as the form runs under the platin, which in
the ordinary preaa renders the points liatde to more.
It is deemed unnecessary to wy more in refer
ence to this Preks, as we arc willing that it should
stand or fall on its own suentfy and we respect -
fully inrite Prmterk and others wishing to purchase
Prcws or Printing materials to call and examine
our stink, when we won id he happy losbowtham
one of tbePreasea now up at our Foundry.
IH ILFORD i JONES,
iVa. 47 Columbia Strrrt, ftnarrs Sfoumart and
Braudmif Ciurttuwti.
Prices of Jones' Hand Presses.
Double Medium, with Roller apparatus, #.'•»(<
'* Imperial, •• 11 220
Super Koyal, •* " *» 200
Medium, *« « *• idO
Cap, without Roller apparatus, 75
SO—4 w.
Penitentiary Work.
THE undersigned is now prepared to execute all
ord«r*: for s.A Wind of work that can be done
| m the Arkansas /Penitentiary, on short notice.
' This institutiott is now an indisiduat concern, as
far as the labor of the conrict* is concerned. In
icreot alow will therefore induce me to have good
wo'k done, and of good material. All 1 ask is a
trial.
A11 orders for work, etc , may be left at my store,
on tlie corner of Rock and Markham streets,
H. B. ALLIS,
Contractor Ark. 1‘cn’y.
Oct. It, 1851. >1
50BRLS
oct 7
Wfciiky.
" Prime OkP' Whisky for sale at
JNO. I>. ADAMS’,
Lower Landing.
Stationary, Ac.
TUST received a large and beautiful selection
•f of STATIONARY, comprising almost every
thin? in that tine, and for sale bv
JOHN I). ADAMS,
Nov. 4, 1851. steamboat landing.
American and Foreign Agency.
CfTT or WtSBISUTOS.
UNDER the direction of AARO.V HAIGHT
HAl.MEH of. New York, and H ORTH
ISGTOS SSETHEN of New Orleans, Attor
neys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of the
United States.
This establishment is formed for the following
objects:
1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of
the United States, and conducting professional
business before Congress.
2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims,
in law or equity, against the United States before
Congresa or the Executive Departments, or against
foreign Governments before Boards of Comuns
tioocci.
5. For the settlement of accounts with the
Sute, Treasury, War, Navy, Post office, ami In
terior Departments, and obtaining the remission of
fines, pens lues, and forfeitures, for alleged viola
tions of the revenue, jwst off}re, or other laws.
4. For securing letters patent for inventions from
the United Slates or from foreign Governments, and
procuring land warrants and |tensions under the
various pension laws of the United States.
5. For collections generally, embracing debts,
legacies, and inheritances, in the United States
and foreign counlres.
6. For tip; purchase and sale of lands in any of
the States dr Territories of the l m ■>., and loaning
moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein.
7. For investment of funds in United States and
State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends
thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of all
business pertaining to a law, loan, and banking
agency.
All communicate ns addressed, post paid, to
Messrs. Palmer 4 Sncthen, American and Foreign
Agency, city of Washington, will receive prompt
and faithful attention.
i- PALMER* SNETHEN,
■Office No. 5 Carroll Place, Oamtoi Hill.
July 15—15—ly.
CORK! COR.v:
200
or l 7
BUSHELS Shelled Corn received and for
sale on commission by
JN'O. D. ADAMS,
Lower Landing.
A. A. CARY. D. D.«.
TpROM Uuntsvile Ala., has located
i himself permanently in Little Kock
He has been engaged in the practice of
Dentistry for ten years, and feels confident in the
ability to give enure satisfaction to inch of this
community as may need hn services.
Persons residing at a distance will be notified of
his absence from town, whenever it occurs through
the papers of this place.
Office on the west side of Lefaisiana street, two
doors south of the residence of Judge English.
Little Kock, May 27. 1851. S3-tf.
I'mh Arrival*.
Jl'ST received, per steamer “ Hamburg,'*
60 barrels superfine FLOUR;
20 “ Crackers:
20 dor. Lemon Syrup ;
8 boxes Candy ;
10 barrels Brandy ;
40 do. Whiskey.
For sale cheap, by M. TANTI.
Steamboat Landing.
June 5. 185i—39.
Saddler).
JUST received from New Orleans a large
and wiel assorted stock of Saddlery, consisting
in part of the following, via:
10 ge ins' fine Columbian Saddles;
12 “ “ Spanish “
H ladies' “ Hog skin “
Odor. Bridles, assorted qualities:
3 “ Martingales assorted qualities;
3 “ Bridle fi lings “ “
3 *• Worsted Girts “ “
3 “ “ Ciremgle*. ass’d qualities;
3 “ Com. liorst Collar*;
3 “ Hog tkia Horse! oli.ua;
2 “ Wagon Whips;
2 “ Hide *■
1 “ Plain and Pocketed Saddle Bags;
2 “ tin. Polished Snaffle Bits,
2 “ “ Stirrup Irons;
3 “ very fine Buggy Whips;
And for sale by A. J. HUTT, V.«i ttrrrt.
;Ma* 14, 1881. _ _ j.t —
SI C t R AND t’OFKKK.
J UST received frun New OrksftS 2720 its. best
N. O. Sugar.
1660 lbs. R.o Coffee,
And for sale by A. J. HUTT,
Sept. 8th, 1851, . _ Main St. L li
Tobacco!Tobacco!!
RE CD per. Steamer Trustee, 1534 lbs. cheap
Tobacco. And for sale by,
June 16-1851-51, A. J. HUTT
Mugar aud t’oilVf.
CA Ban beat Kio Coffee,
4 Hilda. Prims Frown i*agar, in store tad
for wl.by T. P MEKK1CK St CO.
No w.y 1550.-8-9—tf
CHOCTAW LAND SCRIP Certificates for 80.
160 and 320 acres, received a»«1 for sale by
WM. B. WAIT.
49 —
ug. 4th.
,
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
~ fiiti acisihiT
AU 2mQ.W,>
LITTLK ROUt, AKK.
Not. 3*. tMl. ly
w. K. INGLISH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ttNTO'i, nu»t CXHJITT, til.
IXflLL practice in the counts of Stall#,?, n.t
’’ si'no«- Itai)#*, thew, Asb'cv, 0«#«|,r,
Momewotry. *ml ra >1! tte Count »t LittJeRocV
Nov. II.
tltf.
WW. J. W 11.1,01 Gil It v,
A Horary sad ( oaairllar s! Law
HOT SPRINGS, ARKS,
YYT,LL *"■" Pl!»'K'««»l «Uc»ik>u to nil batmens
t t entru*t,-d to hui ran-, m #nv court of Uiu
or the surround.ng counties,
July 15. lK5t.—
J. B. JOHNKO.V
ATTORNEY AT LAW
LITTLK ROC*, AKR.
Ort. 1. 1936.
». I. RR A*!>*.* Ill R«.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAWRENCEVILLE, ARE’S
TILL practice in I tie eountie* ol Philip*, 8t
w
mil
Franc i* amt Monroe, in the 6nl Jailititi Cn
l» of De.ha ami Aikanaea, in t*e
*»c<vnd Judicial Citeail, and the coanty ol Piairie,
in the fifth Judicial Circuit, and will pay Uriel at
tention to the rollceiio#, ,.| debt. in any pailetHe
State, and will alto a«t aa agent loi the tare u| lamia
ami pay toe taaea, Ac
Residence in Lawrencer-illr, Monroe re., Aik*.
Sept IT. 18V* —8—•*'—|v
JM.1 T. Title.*.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS.
May 21, iSan 37_.
HORY 11. KK( TOR.
ATT9RSET k COCmLliR AT LAW,
(Otter at Beaton, saline tonal,,)
WILL PR At TICK la the Count lea of Sail bo.
Hot Springe. Perry, Montgomery, and the
coastsat Liftlr Ruck. Any hueineea entreated to
Ilia care will receive prompt attentiou.
JAMES T. BROWN,
.1 TTO R.YE Y .IT L.Jir,
Arkaanaa Po.t. Ark..
Will practice Meprofenaion in the Second Judicial
Circuit, and will attend to the collection ofdebta
and the investigation of land claim# in everv part
of A rkansaa. ’,g,j
n. T. DI V A l„
ATTORAET IMrsniELLSR .AT L A AT,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
_Fort smith, Arkaasa*.
It. H. JOHNSON,
Attorney at Law,
__ Little Roct, Aaa.
JAMES A WILSON
ATT0R.VET A*D lOLASELLOR AT LAW
YF.I.LVILI.F., IRKAMl*.
DAVID W. CAKROLL,
A'lwitx&'z satt*
l.itllr Rorla,
ma-lOly’ abkaksas. [no2*
JOHN QITLV.IN,
ATTORAET i C9C18ELLIR AT LAW
ABO
SOLICITOR IX CHAXCRRV.
OrncE—Eldorado, I'nion county. Arkansas
S. U. IIEWrwTEAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE ON MARKHAM S TREE 1
LILTLE BOCK ill'l. I if
J. VI. TEBBKTTft,
TTORSET 1 rOl'ASILLOR AT LAW,
Ftt?ettev»!l«s ArLttnoih.
Ai«0. C. WATKINS.
AS. M, CU KIA N
tYATKIN* A CIRRAA,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS
ELIAS A. CONWAY,
ATTORN AT LAW.k GEIKRAILAJD AtEST,
LITTLE KIKK, ARKANSAS,
IK/'JLL ATTEND to the collection of dehta in
t I any part of the State, to buying ami eelling
lamia, paying late*, redeeming lamia forfeited for
taxet, fee He ia authorixed lo aell lands raooyA
for Ikrrt or foer thousand yonil plunlnttons, and ul
cheap rates, far cask
Toi nan reatteutioa,comm unicalionamaat be poet
paid.
Little Rock. Jan 1«, 1*50.
1*1-1 y
LABAN M. 81 KOID
w
Attorney nnd C««»»fll#r ill Low,
'ILL practice in the Court* of Newton, Sear
cy, Marion. and Carroll eounUes.
Residence aesr Crooked Creek, Carroll co., Ark.
April 23—33—ly.
S. G.SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COl NAELLCR AT LAW,
PtJSCSTO’l, DaIXAS CO., A*It’S.
w-tt,..
JOkiUI A w. noitKiv
AT10R3(K\ AND (01 NSLLLOK AT LAW.
aoCKPOBT, HOT SPRING co„ ARK.
Apni 29, I860. 34~tf.
(■riMeric*!
JUST received from New Orleans the follow i up
articles, vi*:
12 boxes Hatsiris;
1 “ Ground Ginger;
5 4* Man-«*oiU;
5 “ Vermicelli;
GO “ Table Salt;
l " Toiafeto Ketchup;
1 “ Chocolate;
1.bsskt.1 Sweet <III;
r box Lemon Sirup;
4 “ imperial Tea,
10 ‘ Soap;
10 “ Sacks Coffee;
12 dor. C. S. Hoe*;
1 ' “ Rifle Lofks with £.y; ^
And for sale cheap by *
A. J HUTT
Little Rock, June 9, 1881. Mam itrrrt.
lint* aud C»)h.
JUST received, t l.irse«i, *nd a* beauliful »t
lei bon of HATS ANU CAPS, is wen. ever
offered fur sale iu thu market—call and »c
JUHN 1>. ADAMS.
Dec. 9, 185i. Steamboat Landing.
DK. CLAKkUM 4 ouipownU simp oi
Wild t b.-rn iiuU till,
Winch is i rendered by Phyw tans arid otter* the
liiur kiatM far matin, «••>.' is. cimsumpiiuo,
lncr (xupiitat, broad. >i», aalbiaa, soreness in
t! | chest. nutting >1 bind, pam or misery in
th- side, dime uU or profuse expeeiors'.m, sight
•weals, 4c.
This being the prescrip lion of a regular physt
cian, graduate of the Mtdn-al University, Pint*
ddplua, and has ;t< Veil lb* re ,*ny tested, w>
properly Mfnwed ’ tie Id the meat tamable am,
efficient remedies fur Iks-, ami >.aw«r complaints
ever offered In the public.
Puce, #1 per bottle. 6 bottles 88.
To »hi bad >4 R. L. DODGE Ot THOM AS BLT
TEKWORTH.
Lltile Rock, June 3d. InAl. ly.
Nchool Uools*.
THE subscribers ha'# tfus day received thdi
stock of School Ibxdts of almost every de
scription D. BENDER 4k CO. I
Nov. «, 1MI.
t
IVCW IKMIIMT
f ED* '**t *Vh>. hr *t.a*wr» Jr |,
1 and Kftuly. a large Jot of m,N!, wk„ .
ad.l.t»» *rTOJ irmii,. mat,, -K.
Faacy and Staple MwrUndu, I «.,« u,,. „ ,
Ihr moat compmW | „rr h*Vf •„ *'
puMw ami K apeelfblty mm.- all penu-r, .a
Uj and town. W fall and . ,u>, ».-tt.,
» „ A. J. HI TT, V<»n
utll« Rock, Magi', is*t, ikZ
i.n i le rock ith • n school
■“?£*1,4 *T *'*•»! For Void: lirffn
j >«•* S» ■ wat. (U V.f, when a punctual »ii.„.
‘V !*' “ .arn»*;ly requested.
Hu* Institution, und.i th. oif «l \|,, ,riy
MlM*a ''OOP, with Assistant T»wt>ai», ,,g. ,
»T»rt facility lor ••mpa.drg the a,!**..-.*,. „f .
Rniahad education. Pasaeaeltig within
qualification* (or ‘h» canons branches «>,rg ,,
h«»» JW act.se,t with j*.,,,,., Ih,v
r*tL1°5* a..
Th* Pupil* ol th. Boarding fc,|(
staidly Bh**itle.l with th.., T..TL.. 'r,cr,f, .f
afention so nee.a*<)v r„ t0,„, re|ll r tKt 1
n.r*. and pro.*.,?, hat.,-. ol „ lt,T
essential in th. tormstn, <.| cfceiaelrr J
Fwltn* th. nnpmfMw. m * th..*,* knewled,.
of the Etecefc magusge.now md,.,*., .,M. t,.( ,
eriweaftoft, the Principal* wish tu ,.,, M j
pmafl. th. Urjnag.ot th. «n*hl..t,m.t,t Th‘»
prop.,,. gdmttfillg th. PupHt, »hu
family. *o attat.d th. Fr.tirh ct«*.s», wmI.m.i ,,
char*., '*
Th.;i« .it,on of th. .Itv of LilH, Rock i« h.,t.f
pleasant, and accessible at ail time*. by »t.,„ ,,, ;
and stage. 1
Th. ayal.m of educati.n, as»i.'uo,„i, ,
a.waal apeHert ,r, foatt.., itlrny,.'
.d i» rt.y.tep,n,,h.Bw...l
—.mb.aows « tho.oOgh ^ cnu„rt
th. .I.m.ntaiy to Mk. h((!h.„ hr,.ri,r, Mo.tMr
con)* ot a.hol.,.1 Ip a,.. . tB |’
t.d to Patrol.. vch.Ul yu.Ur.oo, „ r. .m,„ u
study is aiford.d
l h. (Chonl .. coi .t.ntly nn.lrr th. .....r..... n 6
th. Hoard ol Visit,who, from „
»mln. thr ration* rl«»»»t, and r.j ori thru pi,
Terms «# Tnltlnn «n,i p.r (C>>|UB .
It,, UM«wttla.
I)»y itholars. 4!h D.paim..i,t, jjo wl
:: ?! :: * <»
I •, nn
is i.n
iA litl
10 III)
I. SO
yo t*«
16 ltd
l*t
K ..rrh, Italia: . Spain h and Carman, .ach,
Slhgtog i , Choir,
Mtiatt— piano, Cuita,. and Ot.an, .Jrh
Harp,
Diawinganti Paintins,
\ coo,,* o' i.a«»t,»in Oil.ntai pam i, t, J,i„,
W'oii,. inlaying ol I'. t,y «,„| |,, ,j[
Hao burg Wort, and way fiuw.r., rarh, fit 0©
No charg. lor embyonl.iy .no o,K«n.cnta|
n..cl. wotk
1 Boast, wa.hu g, lights, l'«.I,,a.# of bedding,
fct., per rn-nth, • w
I Paym.nta ifuait.rly, in adyanr.j no d.d.ir-,oi„
lor absimg,'.
Somiv na (oatmenre t.t Srpt. and l*t Fob. p,|.
pils r.r.iv.d at any .. ai d rhaig.d ti u, t.ine
<>t .Sttanc. to clot, of the araaioi,.
Board of Visitor.,
Rt R.». Bish Katmwaa, H»o. f \V,
Hon. Judge I'lEUr,
Hon Judge Kikoo,
Capt. A Ptar,
Hon T " NtwTOtt,
L. Giaaon, M I).
J. H. ( aa.se, t'Jq ,
L>. K Bum, F»cj.,
Little Illicit, Aug. 22,1360,
t'm. C Wars mg Knj..
K H K*«i ita, P»»f ,
Maj. J 1,.wans.
Ceil. a. H. HmrrrKtu,
Hon. Vi. H. Serro's.
5 t-tf.
WlSBIWtM HALE SEIIAAHt.
Hempstead County, irk*.
TMIKaoeond ws.iQii of thia lualttntiun. .p.uis
thta inuriiiug, Febroury lltli, |.5o
R»». C. P TcaaasTisa, Sap.rint.Md.nt nnd Pro
f.»«or ul Moral and lnt.ll.clual Fhiloaophy
Bello-LrU.ru, and Spanish Literature
Her H.C *1 itwr.aTr, A. M.. Prufr.eor of t«rrnaa
Koman, hr.nch and Italian Literature
Jaaas < *uc*sa, A. M . ProteMier of Math.maiira
Stad.aU rrc.isedia the Primary Department >«,
iuatracted.
tkbmn:
Primary PejiartaieBt. per aenian of SI wa.ha,
payable qnartorly in advanre, ^12 «»
Preparatory Departaieav, Jh
[ CoHogiate Coarse, ‘Jd u.
Voce, .ad iNstramrntal Music, Kl.meatsef
| Musical CompaaiMoa, (Lxtray 5 On
(uitialioD fee, ] no
No Ueduelioa for ahaence uulsasia caaea al pr
Iracteu Ulneaa
All atud.au rhargni from the tlaie of tli.ir
entry to th. oud el (lie omicii.
N R.,—Th. «eua ol all miniat.ra whn are en
gaged in the r.ga'ar work of the miatatry or of
! those who ere aapereaantrd or hare dtad in the
minielry: Will be educated free of ehurge
Bc>ia»is« ran tie obtniuen iu the beat Pmillee.
I At from Jh to S3 per munth.
Particular attention a ill be paid hath to the
moral and luteilectual iraioiag ol all atanoia
comniiiled le our i haigr.
8. T. SJANDEltS, Searelary.
BOARD O r I Kl'STUiS
Hon D I WITTER, Pam star, Hun H P
Pcliiu.xter, Ror V, ui Moor*a. Ute. L. V Lu- y.
Key. B. P Bo*, I IV Julies, M V , Mr J B <a
detar. Mr I . W iilininauu. Hob J D Tilmhle
K.r J, Caster, At. D . R.r J. J. Kebsrta, C B
Mitchel, M D, Mr. W W Andtewa, Mr.pl
Sauders. Mr H H Smith. 7—82—U
VfW I.omk Yi-w (mnmN:!
JOHN I) ADAMS m now receivmglut) FailmU
W.nlrr stock, cunaiatirjg of
Faun ami Slaplf Dry humi*. S!i#«,
Ifanlwarr. Saddlery, Stationary, if, if.;
and wi.it w.lkin five daw receive one of tar
i?e«! and ibom eon.pie'. -ockaof ( lothius. Hals
and < «p* ever offered In the inarC . to *hn'*
he respectfully invite* the an* nti- a of hi* fries ur
and the public (n nerai. * lie price* wH* tie at
tnr as hia.’iucfi «.r'... C«;!aad hv.
Nov. 4. t'i&T.
Rfff Uidrv f'fllrifh aod ! nrv
JTM1F. !: 'prtrepnid ra (’• i for '.*■* f *i<a,
"*M jK.trre- .tud fur* of 'I'll <1* vi’,*:,! .11, in
THOMAS HAR&KTT
Oi t. il. 3m at the stcaJuDofit andiiie.
Hook Binding.
f J^HE a ibsorib* r has opened a Biot- rv w i.. *.t
X to the Hook Sturt on Marklwiu •*»< • nal »
pr* par* d to do ail aorta of booh binditi* » >lh n< *
, ness a.id (!ei*i«*ti n. lit baa a tin t* *i< *, i
aq. e with U.e Uoamtaaand .a determined • p *■*••
til* patxona. He would re * pit i-.nv »*..
custom of (boat desiring work in in* line
Oct. U. Isol. If II 1 At oBI
.l»*U
welt
4.1.000 lb». ol FfllP).
I WISH to purchase twenty-five thotiaatid (<
of first atte Peltries, lor winch the t>
market price will be paid in cash.
Person* has mg deer *h*»* to sell would d*
to fail and See tne before Mapuatng of .«*■
where. A. i. tit IT.
ttet. 7. :te - «'
Mfiliool Hooka!
1HAVK par received asnppi* ol tw tn«.i l> * k».
an. nit «lwh ar*- the fo’ioa
I til*. t* lee *ti, A, , .line Hook: 1
i *• An.line t.* ;
i " Ptif'l ••
i " Sin ley’s “
1 *' ErwiisP Render* I
t$ “ Uoutirkh’a Read n No. t. and ■>;
5 “ Copy Book ;
B “ asaurted Prucirti;
2(W»i Letter Knv* 1< p. »,
• l doe. Mwwwuii Harm**;* *ts;
t *' Snutf.em
Ito—Paper, Pic*. In*, dte . Ac all for *fe
cheap forctuh. by A. J- H1 TT, . fumai"*
,««y It. |M*I. 3F*
IfU.UM. II Oft. lUITVtlhK* i
11ST ... Lo e-v - • No. 1 ?
_ r****
. S3.> !l ». Hatting It*-pc:
e'.'f i ». Tfinc; for sa.e by
Sept. Mh. t**b, M.
A J 111 f't
;ii s* i.. K
Honey to
\ 1
l.onu!
O, •.in.* if>;se*' I
pinaae tome tOfwaxJ * it a**ke pa la nd
cash, cotton, pe’iry. 0* be«f It*)ee. »* IMM aaprf
trcab'*. a» I nju tn debt and ■»»*; pay ip.
Sept 23, l»t9 A.J itI TTj
Nall.
looi1;
for sale by
oct 7
JNO. if AL A Ms.
•jowet Lsridiui

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