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Pocket book lost!

POCKET BOOK LOST!

A small calfskin pocketbook, in Fayetteville, on the 13th, containing a five dollar gold piece, two or three dollars in silver, and various papers of value with my name to them. 19 more words

1859

Ad - Anthony's Jewelry

WATCHES AND JEWELRY

At greatly reduced prices at ANTHONY’S:

East of Court Square, Fayetteville, Ark.

I am on hand this season, and intent to remain: having purchased a large and well assorted stock of watches, clocks and jewelry, which are offered to the public at lower prices than ever before offered in this market. 196 more words

1859

Ad - Land for sale

LAND WARRANT

FOR SALE. 120 acres, Apply to Reagan & Pettigrew.

1859

Ad - Spring Mills

Get your Wheat Ground at

SPRING MILLS:

Formerly known as Sutton’s.

The undersigned has put a new CUSTOM BOLT at the above Mills; and is now prepared to convert into BEST SUPERFINE FLOUR all Good Wheat that may be brought to the Spring Mills; each customer getting the flour from his own wheat with the shorts and bran, less 1/8 retained as toll, and that without delay. 10 more words

1859

Ad - Henry Rieff's Store

MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!

This can be done by calling at HENRY RIEFF’S STORE! Who is daily receiving and opening direct from New York, Philadelphia and Boston one of the best stock of goods and groceries ever brought to this market. 350 more words

1859

Married: James Petit and Polly Ann Blalock

MARRIED

On the 2nd June 1859 by Rev. Mr. Richardson, Mr. James Petit to Miss Polly Ann Blalock, all of Brightor Bend, CN.

1859

Murder in Cherokee Nation

GRAND SALINE, CN

JUNE 8 1859

DEAR BOUDINOT – Our neighborhood was “walked up” Sunday last by a “little killin goin on.” Jesse Sunday, brother to Anderson Sunday who was killed by the notorious McBryant, last summer, was shot through the heart by John Kell. 67 more words

1859