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DES ARC!
SATURDAY, JULY 18,196T
►y Divine Service in the Baptist Church
to morrow by Rev. W. B. Beaver.
Divine services on to-morrow at
the Methodist Church, by Rev. J. L.
Denton, pastor in chirse.
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The sickness of tlie editor is our
excuse for scarcity of editorial matter this
week
The election which was to have come
off on Saturday last was forbid by order of
Gen. Ord. Our prospects for a District
Court are thus indefinitely postponed
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gsyFor the past few day* we have had
an unusual quantity of rain. Farmers are
complaining, and crops must suffer, though
not so much ns by tbe cailier rains.
Take Notice.—That George McLaren
is still at tbe old stand, with a good assort
ment GENTS’ CLOTHING, at remarka
ble low prices, for cash only. jun8
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Notice—The Crrscenl will be issued
hereafter, on Tuesday morning. All mat
ter must be handed in by 3 o’clock Mon
day, to insure insertion.
Wm. S. BURNETT, Proprietor.
jkjyWe are notified by Capt. Gibson
that the whole number voters registered in
Pigeon Roost township was 170,120 whites
and 50 blacks. In Caroline township there
were 304 registered—31 of which were
blacks.
®ax.IIard times and scarcity of money
does not not entirely keep down the im
provements of our town. We notice that
Howard k Judson arc putttng up a nice
building on Buena Yista street, which
they intend using as a store house.
--
j^-The steamer Commercial passed up
on thursday returning this morning.
She will make one more trip before the
Rowena will take her place, she will then
lay over until repainted, when she will re
sume her regular trips.
®yA subscription is being gotten up
to build a road from this place to Cotton
Plant. 81200 has already been sub
scribed, and the probability is, that a suf
ficient amount will be raised to do much
towards building the road.
Pkbsonal. — Frank and David:
Drar But/* : If you love parents, brothers
ami sisters, come home. We all want to
see you. Bell and George ask for you
every day. Come home and be happy.
If you will not return, write, and relieve
your afflicted familes.
p-a?* Newspapers everywhere arc earn
estly entreated to give this a place in their
local columns.
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MtKItlltt).
On the tilth June, 1807, at his residence at
Micks' Station, in 1’rairie Comity, by .1.8.
Clark, Ksq., Mr, W.n. Vaniikrqhif, to Misa
Sarah .1. Barton, all of Prairie County.
Little Rock papers please oopy.
JT —— ——
Tha Now Island-Great Enterprises
in Preparation,
Front the San Francisco Bulletin.]
The Bulletin say the recently discover
ed island is i.3i) > miles nearly due west
from that port, and is forty miles in
length and that the position of the
island is such that it is left to the west
by vessels from the Sandwich Islands
bound to this const. It Is however, near
the track of whaling vessels from the
islands, bound for the Arctic, or rcturn
Iing from there to relit, and it is some
what surprising that these vessels had
U"t found it. I’he island is exactly in
the track from Japan or Chinn, hound
for this port, anil from its extent and
reported low elevation, most danger
ous to navigators. In the absence of
accurate knowledge of its position, it
is of importance siitlicient to justify
the Government dispatching one of its
vessels to locate mnl survey the island.
In the late voyage of (lie late steamer
Colorado, she ran very near the report
ed locality. As fogs and misty weath
er prevail in that section of the Pacific,
in the ah son eo of inform ition of the ex
istence of an island, vessels are liable
to great damage if not total loss. A
number of vessels that have sailed with
in lltc last twenty years from Asiatic
ports for this coast have never been
heard from, and as the reported island
is in the immediate track, it is not only
possible but probable they have been
% wrecked ou it. Among others, the fine
dipper ship Bomnnre of the Sen, left
Hong Kong about four rears ago.
bound for San l iancuco. and lias never
been seen or heard of since the date oi
sailing. The late discovery of the re
minus oi a wrecked vessel on ! ornwui
lis Island by (ho schooner Caroline
mills, makes it all the more probable
that this yet unexplored island may
have proved tho wrecking place ot
many vessels whose fate is now un
known.
“Wo learn that the interest in the re
ported discovery is so strong among
seafaring men, that a number of them
have formed a compilin' «»•'. will send
a vessel wilb'“ a week to cxtu;!“" lin,|
t .:,c possession ,nc A“s sen
sea elephants are reported to liavt
been seen in this vicinity, it is befievcil
that oil inconsiderable quantity coulc
be taken, and it is now uudor consider
ation by the parties to the proposed
enterprise to take fry-pots, casks, etc.
with the view of getting a return cargo
As the island is about one thousand
four hundred miles actual distauci
from this coast, and in the direct trad
of the return of China mail steamer, i
good harbor, if found, would prove o
great value as a coaling station, whirl
is much needed.”
-Tho amount of gold in the vault
of the Treasury department on the firs
instant was $108,0(10^000, of whirl
amount $19,000,000 is payable on cer
(ideates. This amount will bercdncci
by this month's payment of the Inter
cst on five-twenty and other bonds, h
all amounting to $18,000,000.
-Wheeler A Wilson have beei
awarded the highest premium—a gob
medal—at the* Paris exposition, fo
perfection of the sowing machine
This was the only gold medal awardei
for this class of articles. There wen
eighty-two competitors for the prize.
—.—.One Shanks, of Indiana, insnltei
the civilization of tho American peopli
last week by offering a resolution it
the rump congress indorsing the mtir
der of the Kmperor Maximilian, but, t<
tlieii* credit be it said, even this con
gross refused to entertain the brlliian
suggestion, and Shanks has subside!
to the iudiiitessimal proportions of hi
frllo# polltvugs, ttho put hi in up thi
pole.
IIY TELEGRAPH!
Washin<»*on, .luly 8.—Senate—John
son and Davis appeared and took their
, seats.
| Trumbull from judiciary committee
reported the following bill, which af
ter some objection from Sumner, was
read a second time and ordered to be
printed :
A Bill to give effect to an Act to
Provide for the more efficient Govern
ment of the ltebol States, passed Marclt
2, 1867. Be it enacted, etc., That the
true intent and meaning of said act
providing for a more efficient govern
ment of rebel States, passed March 2,
1867, was, is and shall be construed to
be that military authority of the Uni
ted States in said rebel States as pro
vided in said act was, and is paramount
to any civil government existing
therein, makes all such civil govern
ments subordinate to such military au
thority, and prohibits them from in
terfering in any way with the exercise
of such military authority.
2. That the commander of any dis
trict named in said act shall have pow
er, subject to the approval of the gene
ral of the armies of the United States,
whenever in the opinion of such com
mander proper administration of such
act shall require It, to suspend or re
move from office or from the perform
ance of official duty and exercise of
official powers, any officer or person
holding or exercising, or professing to
hold or exercise, any civil or military
office or duty in such district, under
any power, election, appointment, or
1 authority derived from or granted by,
; or claimod under any so-called State,
or flic government thereof, or any mu
nicipal or other division thereof; and
upon such suspension or removal of
such commander, subject to flic ap
proval of the general as aforesaid, shall
have power to provide from time to
time for the performance of the duties
of such officer or person so suspended
1 or removed by the detail of some com
petent officer or soldier of the army,
to perform the jlame.
3. That the general of tlic armies of
, the United States shall bo invested
i with all powers Of suspension, removal
or detail, granted in the preceding sec
tion to the district commanders.
4. That tho acts of the officers of the
army, already done, in removing in the
said districts persons exercising the
functions of civil officers, und appoint
ing others tn their stead, are hereby
confirmed.
5. That the hoards of registration
providdd for in the act entitled an act
! supplementary to an act entitled an act
"to provide for a more efficient gov
ernment of the rebel States, passed
March 2(1, 1867,” and one to facilitate
their restoration, passed March 23d,
' 1867, shall have power, and it shall be
their duty, before allowing the regis
tration of any person, to ascertain by
such facts or information as they can
obtain, whether such person is entitled
to be registered under siftd act and
oath its required by said act. shall not
be conclusive on such questions, aud
no person snail no registered unless.
Such board shall also have power to
■ examine, under an oath to lie admin
istered bv any member of said board,
touching the qualification of any per
son claiming registration.
(i. That the true intent and meaning
of the oath prescribed in said supple
mentary act is, among other things,
that no person who has been a member
of the legislature of any State, or who
lias held an executive or judicial office
in any State, whether he has taken an
oath in support the Constitution ot'the
United Stales or not, and lias after
wards engaged in insurroetioii or re
bellion against the United States, or
given aid aiul comfort to the enemies
thereof, is entitled to be registered or
not : and the words “executive or ju
dicial office' in any state of tlie said
mentioned states, shall be construed
to include all civil offices, created by
law. for the administration of tlie gen
eral laws of the state.
7. That the time for completing the
original registration, provided for in
said net, may at the discretion of the
commander of any district bo extend
ed to (lie 1st of October, IS67, and the
boards of registration shall have pow
er. and it shall be their duty, commen
cing twenty days prior to any election
under said m t, and upon a reasonable
public notice of (be time and place
thereof, to revise for a period of three
days the registration list. Upon being
satisfied that any person not entitled
to be registered, to strike out the
uaiuo of ouch person from the list, and
such person shall not be entitled to
vote. And such board shall also, dur
ing the same periods, add to such list
tlie names of all persons who at that
lime possess the qualifications required
in slid art, mid who have not already
registered. And no person shall at
any time he registered or vote by rea
son of any executive pardon or amnes
ty, of any act or thing, which without
such pardon or amnesty would dis
qualify him from registering or
voting.
,S. That section fourth of said last
named net shall be construed to au
thorize the commanding general named
(herein, whenever ho shall deem it
' needful, to remove any of the mem
bers of the boards of registration and
appoint another person in Ids stead,
and to till any vacancy in such board.
The remainder of the session was
i consumed in tlie introduction, discus
-lull null tiiiopuuu ui ii resuiuuuii rc
qucsliug tho secretary of state to fur
nish nil tho information in his power
respecting recent events in Mexico.
Hoi’s*.—In the House, Mr. Atlams,
the representative from the eight dis
trict of Kentucky, was qualified uud
took his seat.
Mr. Wood offered n re-oluti''^
, wide': ^as referred. ;.„(,lir1T,g Vlmt
net ion e to“,u np taken by the govern
ment in view of theiorviblo abduction
of Santa Anna from an American ves
sel.
Another resolution was offered and
also referred, denouncing the recent
execution of Maximilian, and iiistruet
I ing the senate to re|iort a filibustering
hill. A motion was adopted request
ing Die ITesidunt to furnish all the
information received by the govern
ment rein* ive to the arrest and execu
tion ofSanta Auim nud Maximilian.
Mr. Stevens, from the reconstruction
committee, introduced a bill substan
tially the same as tlmt introduced in
the senate.
8tr. Got is, July 8.—The river is sta
. tionary nfli four feet two inches in
the canal.
' -The Washington Chronicle saYs
I that Mr. James Cooper, who served in
■ tlie rebel army during the war, has
1 been commissioned by Governor Swan
as a brigadier general of the new Ma
i rvland militia now being so rapidly
I : organized and equipped; also Hint Coj.
. J. C. Herbert, who eommanded the
first Marvland rebel regiment, and was
I wounded at Gettysburg, has a full rog
, iment of returned Confederate soldiers
in the new military service of Mary
land, styled the “Maryland Guard,”
I and that they have adopted the rebel
' gray uniform. The State authorities
1 have purchased the guns for them.
The Chronicle is much csoreiscdi
. 1 -Senator fteverdy Johnson was
: prevented frbm being present at (lie
opening of Congress by a serious alliie
i 1 tion in the partial loss of bis sight, for
■ which he is now udder treatment in
New York.
MARKETS, &c.
Citi*f.k Otnc*. Be* Arc, 1
Saturday, July 13, 1867. j
DES ABC PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
•T. NIMH ALLEN.
BROOMS, per dozen. 4 50$ 5 00
Buckets, painted, per do* 4 00$ 4 60
Butter per pound, 20$ 25
Bar Iron, 0$ 10
Bar Soap, per pound 12$ 15
Beef Hides, dry, per pound, 8$ 10
Castings, 9$ 11
Coffee—Rio 30$ 33
Candles Star, 22$ 25
Cotton, 12$ 16
Cotton Yarns, 30$ 40
Cordage—Manilla, 35$) 40
Corn Meal, per bushel, 1 75$ 0 00
Eggs, per dozen, 15$ 20
Flour, per barrel, 12 00$ 18 00
FRUITS—
Apples per bushel, dried, 2 00$ 2 50
Peachos, do. 2 00$ 2 50
GRAIN—
Wheat per bushel. 1 00$ 1 75
Corn do 1 50$ 1 75
Gunpowder no” keg, 14 00$ 16 00
Lime per barrel, 3 00$ 3 50
Lead—Ila . no.* pound, 20
Ginger per nound, 60
MEATS—
Mess Pork per barrel, 28 00$ 00 00
Bull Turk, 11 00$ 15 00
Pork, fresh, per pound, 121$ 15
Beef v pound, 8$ 10
BACON—Clear Sides, 16 to 16
Shoulders, 12 to 14
Hams, sugar-cured, 17 to 22.1
Lard, 17 to 20
PAINTS AND OIL8—
Link'd Oil, per gallon, 2 00$ 2 50
Le d O t, 2 00$ 2 50
Co. « O ’, 100
Wu! e Load, ncr keg, 3 75$ 4 50
N.ds »>cr pound, [email protected] 12
Mo*ft es, p*r gallon, 90$ I 20
SUGA R, per ;->ound,
Brown, 15$ 18
Clarified, 18$ 20
Crushed and Powdered, 22© 25
Pepper per pound, 60
Rice, 20
Salt—per barrel, 4 00$ 5 00
Salt—per sack, 8 00® 3 26
Starch—Pearli 15
Spice, 60
TOBACCO—
C.mmon, » 90® 1 25
Fine, 1 25® 2 50
Tea, pound, 2 00® 2 50
Tallo" per pound, 15
Ta-,"nc.ins, 1 00
Whisky, ncr gallon, 2 40® 6 00
AGENTS FOE TEE "CITIZEN.”
$&• Mr. B. F. Coulter is our authorized
agent to attend to any business for this office
at Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. Adam Huntsman ia our author
ised agent to attend lo tn,v business for this
office at Little Rock or Devoirs Bluff.
*g*Mr. G. H. Vinton is our authorized
Agent at New Orleans, to solicit advertise
ments for the Citizen.
Agent at Quitman, Arkansas, to receive sub
tle ‘ptions "or the Citizen
©aTCol. h. P. Hughes is our authorized
Ag'int at Clarendon, Arkansas, to attend to
any business for this office.
BQk.Capt. G, W. Hurley is our Agent for
Augusta, Arkansas, and is authorized to re
ceipt and collect any dues for this office.
g^g^Mr. l>ick Poo will attend to the inter
ests of the Citizen, in Memphis, Tenn.
8^,,.!. J Adams, 04 Nassau Street. New
York, is our authorized Agent, to solicit ad
vertisements.
r. Walker A Co., are our authorized
Agents in Louisville, Ky., to receive and so
licit advertisements,
DEY GOOD S
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—AT—
EASTERN PRICES!!
Havinggecently purchased McLaren
& llayley's
ENTIRE STOCK
-OF
Dry Goods. Bools, Shoos,
Hats, Etc.
WE OFFEK IT AT
AVhoelsnlo Piiccn
For tbc next
Thirty Days,
In order (o make room for the large
stock ot ST1UXG GOODS uow on tlic
way. We say to the farming commu
nity, if you want a bargain uow is
your time. We solicit an examination
of OUT " hole stock, consisting of
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
STOVES AND TRIMMINGS,
Ft’RNFIT RE,
TINWARE, WOODENW ARE,
CASTINGS, ETC., ETC.
Girons a call and examine for youraeltes;
wo try io keep nothing bnt what will stand
inspection. STEWART, GWYNXK & Co.
j marSO
‘.'STAR',’
BILLIARD AND DRIKING
Saloon,
Buena Vista Street,
DKS ARC, ARKANSAS.
ALL kind* of Liquors, Wines. Brandies.
Segars, Tobacco, /to., constantly on band.
Don't forget ibe pbwa to have a R%me of Bil
liards or get a good drink,
ap. 27-ly.
NOTICE !
I will ship all Freight
signed to me, for steamer
rOMMERCIAL, without commission or
drayage. J ^1 MS ALLKN, Agent
may 11- Steaxkb Commercial.
iraefAt. notices.
Free to Everybody.
A Large <1 pp. Circular, giving information
of tlie greatest importance to the young ot
both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become
beautiful, the despised respected, aud the
forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentlemen should fail to |
send their Addross, and receive a copy post
paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
frb28-Qui Troy, N. Y.
RKPARATOR CAMLI.I
Throw away your false frizzles your switches,
your wig—
Destructive of comfort, and not worth a tig:
I Cnlhc aged, comeyoutliful, come ugly and fair.
; Anil rejoice in your own luxuriant hair.
RGPARiTOR CAPII,H.
For restoring hair upon bald heads, (from
whatever cause it may havo fallen out) and
forcing a growth of hair upon the face, it has
no equal. It will force the beard to grow
upon the smoothest face, in from five to eight
weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from two
to three months. A few ignorant practition
ers have asserted that there is nothing that
will force or hasten the growth of the hair or
heard. Their assertions are false, ns thous
and of living witnesses (from their own ex
perience) can bear witness. But many will j
say, liow arc we to distinguish th<) genuine
j from the spurious? It certainly is difficult, j
ns nine-tenths of the different Preparations j
I advertised for the hair and board arc entirely
| worthloss, and you may have already thrown
away large amounts in their purchase. To I
such we would say. try the Reparator Capllli; j
it will cost you nothing unless it fully comes
up to our representations. If your Druggist
docs not keep it, send us one dollar and we
will forward it, postpaid, together with a re
ceipt for the money, which will be returned
you Oil application, providing entire satisfac
tion is not given. Address
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 8 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y
WONDERFUL BUT TRUE.
MADAME REMINGTON, the world-re
nowned Astroiogist and Somnambulistic Clair
voyant, while in a clairvoyant state, delineates
e very features of the person you are to
m > .y and by tlic aid of au instrument of In
tel e power, known ns the Psychoniotropo,
g.aia'ilees to produce a perfect anil life-like
nit.nre of the future husband or wife of the
applicant, with date ef marriage, occupation,
leading traits of character, &c. This is no
;iroosition. as testimonials without number
can assert. By stating pl.t e of birth, age,
d' nosition, color of eyes and hair, ami en
,’o g fifty cents, and stamped envelope di
• -c eil to yourself, you r> iit receive the picture
by re.urn mail, Together with desired inform- '
P 0*'
jftvjy- Address in confidence, ^Iahamk Gek
i c a : Remington, I'. 0. Eox -'*7. Vof: Troy,
v ■ York. |
CRISPER COMA.
O-i ! she was beautiful and
AYj i starry eyes and radiant »ia»«*.
Whoso curling tendrPs soft, em mc 1
Enchained the very heart and up ad,
CRISPER C OM 4,
Fo • Curling the Hair of Either Sex
into Wavy and Glossy Kinglets,
or Heavy Massive Curls.
Ly using this article Ladies and Gentlemen
cun bcauri-y themselves a thousand fold. It
*s ’ o only article in the world that will cr l
s ' .. hair, and at the same time give it a
.it* r ' , i glossy appearance. The Crisper
( o «• 1 not only cu*'s the hair, but i ivl'.o.nrr \
•1 **> ps and beautifies L : is highly ahd d >
’’ pel fumed, and is the most coniplr •
,» '• 'e o" the k‘ .i# ever offered to the Arneri
c:*n nuV'C. The Crisper Coma will be nt
.o r* v add r .scaled and postpad, for $1.
AdCtys?a^1 o.fa;*< to
W. L. CLARK &C0., Chemists.
No 3 West Payette .Street. Syracuse, N Y.
fait" A Youjiu Lady returning to her
co.-n.ry home, aflera sojourn of a few months
iu the City, was hariily recognized by her
f. i’.'ril'i. lu place of a course, rustic, flushed
,.u e st.e bad a soft, ruby complexion of almost
u! Ve smoothness, and instead of fwenty
!t. ce she really appeared but eighteen. Upon
:n , yjus to the ctiusq of so great a change,
.lie plainly told them that she used the C'lr
VAsa.llll Balm, and coq-UL'icd itlan in
v i'ii Ve acquisition to any Lady's toiloi. By
i s use any Lady or Gentleman can Improve
personal appearance an hundred fold.—
,. is simple in its combination, a, Nairn e hor
se',l is simple, yet unsurpassed in its oflicacy
in drawing impurities from, also healing,
cl cans ••13 and beautifying the shin and co:u
*deN‘on. Uy it* direct action on the« cuticle,
it draws from it all its impurities, kindly heal
the same, and leaving the surface as Xa
.i • e intended it should be, clear, : oft, smooth
prul beautiful. Price $1, sent by Mail or Ex
n.css, on receipt of an order, by
W. L CLARK xt CO., Chemists,
Vn R H'iXCt ffll'Altfl St SlTiriKP. K. 1 .
The only American Agents for the sale of
>ic wine.
ASTROLOGY.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT ~HE WONDERFUL REVELATJOXq |
, MADE BT TTIE GREAT ASTEOEOGIST,
Hlacluuie II. 4. I'ERUKsO,
She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew.—
S10 restores to happiness those who, from
doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in love,
loss of relations and friends, loss of money.
&c., have become dcspouileut. Shu brings
huge* her those long separated, gives informa
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, re
stores lost or stolen property, tells you the bus
i iuess you arc best Qualified to pursue, and in
what you will be most, successful, causes speedy
marriages and tells you Ihe very day you will
marry, gives you the name, likeuesa und
i characteristics of ihe person. She roads your
i very thought.*', and by her almost sup^ruatu
i ral powers, unveils the dark aud"hiddeu ni^>
! 1 erics of the future. Prom the Stars we see
in the firmament—the malefic stars that over
i tome or predominate iu the configuration
, from the aspects and positions of the planets
and the fined stars in heaven at the time Of
birth, she deduces the future destiny of man
i Kail not to consult tho greatest Astrologisl
on earth, it rosts you but a trifle and you
may never again have so favorable an oppor
tunity. Consultation fee, with likeness and
all desired information, $1. Parties living
at a distauco can consult the Madame by mail
with equal safety and satisfaction to them
selves, ns if in person A full and eiplioit
chart, writtou out. wtib all Inquirioa answer
ed and likeness encloaed, sent by mail on re
ceipt of prioe above mentioned. The strict
est seeresy will be maintained, und all cor
respondence returned or destroyed. Referen
ces of the highest order furnished those de
siring them. Write plainly the day of ihe
month and year in whioh you were born, en
closing a small lock of hair.
Address NUoamk II. A. PERRIOO,
P. 0. I'BAWLB -OH, BlllAL', X V
__ w
Know Thy Defetu.,
Madame E. F. Tiiobntox, the great English
Astrologist, Clairvoyant and Psyohometri
cirtn, who has astonished the scientific classes
of the Old World* has now located herself at
Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses
such wonderful powers of second sight, as to
enable ber to impart knowledge of the great
est importance to the single or married of
either sex. While in a state of trance, she
delineates the very features of the person you
arc to marry, and by the aid of an instrument
of an intense power, known as the Psvchom
otropc. guarantees to produce a life-like pic
ture of the future husband or wife of the ap
plicant, together with date of marriage, posi
tion in Life, leading traits of character, &c.—
This is no humbug, a* thousands of testimo
nials can assert. She will send when desired
a certified certificate, or written guarantee,
that the picture is what it purports to be.—
Fly enclosing a small lock of hair, and stating
place of birth, age, disposition and complex
ion, and enclosing fifty cents, and stamped
envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture and desired information, by
return mail. All communications sacredly
confidential. Address in confidence, Madame
B. F. T^oUnto*, P. 0. Box 223, Hudson, New
York, *
SPECIAli NOTICE.
BULL’S CEDRON BITTERS.
Road Mr. Edwards' Statement*
Louisville, Ky., April 22. 1883.
Du. John Bull,,—Dear Sir,—Gratitude to
you ns well t\ sense o, duty to the public,
lc« Hr? thcv I non Id give you « statement,
for nHJ’c c e. o:r 'lies'cat benefit I have de
rived ».o • 'Or e o your “Cedron Bitters.”
ABcf * m v >o vice o. thirteen months,
cmb. , ?'»'( 'o *n. C»d*e * tmpaign and battle,
l was d' t :.’ ^?tl i oui he service and came
home to die. Dyspepsia. Brer complaint, and
general debility were fat>t hurrying me to the
grave, and every remedy prescribed bv physi
cians seemed oHy to aggravate my i«* eases.
Abou four wcc\ p .o 1 w/ts forinu.^e enough
to procure your. Ot o i Bitters.” nnd the
• of them alone I ve "> * iiestored o per
i . and robust IioH i. I i ui most earnestly
recommend them a r'bY^ pH. and more than
all, than they r e ep.e eo "d to be. You are
a' liberty to m .6 any use you wish of this
statement.
1 am, respectfully.
RICHARD EDWARDS.
A Voice from Vicksburg.
Vicksbubg, Miss., Aug. 0 1803.
Du. John Bull .—Dear Sir.—1 am happy
to s!ato '0 vo b.>i l have used yopr valuable
Cedron B - • . ' « groat benefit to myself, in
genera) t •• ' v f ml prostration of my system
produced • he unhealthy And miasmatic
intluence o the Misstssipni river around
Vicksburg, having ficon v«?<h Gen, Grant's
army through i-* whole sou 0 * J campaign, I
confidently • ecommend its use o all persons
who are exposed to unhealthy ill nates,
II. W.ioGLE,
Agent l . S. San. Com.
For .v 'o oy Jo union & i»avis, lhm Arc Arts.
TO COHSVNPTITE9.
rilUE im . bav'ng hc:»i restored to
:v • t o’.» by a vc vr simple
m-... - . . .To, U o several
yr- <* \. « (• e ff*'t o ami that
! vu ( ' ) » t, ;o —’* . • lions to
r* e ! cot. t to ow- t*r.. c s c means
o' c** *.
’• r> o d •' be ^rnd n copy of
the r * ' •• ( > o. (’•! 0eY with
• lie i *n ' *og pm i ’ng the
s. ,,ic . *< - p ft, «; ( i ce for
Co\«t ' < ' • * 0\C Col OHS,
Co ■ « - •• . • i , A -1 ’Ci/ons.—.
p > x . * • * oA .» ? > » tc’ ding
d o>J O • ■ • e*. rnd
• i, *> ' » > ••» • «*■ <»• ' o be
. ' i i., e iv ,e-i < ' v. 111
/ * t: . v < *» . a-'.n co -"ng.
i n > a * P ’. w" h ’ n g
* o.: , SB oy r a mj'b w!1l
• :vr. KinvAun a. wilsox,
\Y" : ; o burg. Kings Co., New York.
iSSoiS OF YOFTII.
\( , 1 MAN ' o sv"' *u for years
o .i a o ’ t> . ” u t e l)c
cSv p ,»« e •• o;r . • '•{ion.
win o • i> * . Ptid
1, i»e o o ** * e i ec
iions o * • < ■ * which
he w i o • , .0 “ o»u by
the pu.’o - u can ,.o . oy ad
dre*«ink. » ■ • < > • a ue,
JOHN H. OCO.: \ ‘JtVOa. Street,
piayll-Iy New York.
J. S. CLASS & Cft,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Merchants,
Main Street, Little Kock, Arkansas.
Consignments of Stork ami Merchandise
Jtt spectfidly Solicited.
REFERENCES :
r». ii. ni iu'i. imuMJi . .\iva nu-i'inmiu,
President Merchants’ National Bank, Little
Bock; Field «Si Dolley, Merchants; N. U.
Badge, t. Merchant,
may 4, 18(57-dm.
J, B, FISChMf,?;
W A T 0IIM AKEli
—AND—t
JEWELER,
U1TLEBSI1LLR, - AI1KWSAS.
HAS on hand, « <»'ue ock of Watch- JBL
es, Clocks, .1 V'■ nu Fancy
Articles. VUu, n » ' Watches,cUm
Clocks, Jewelry, IV -c ’ Instruments, etc.
In connection v. 1 -i e above, T have a
PIIOTOG R A PH G A LLEll Y,
Whore any kind of a Pioture can ho taken.
apr20-3m J. B. FISCHKSSEU
A. L. Itcnjamin,
Ltausir, £fcuir, £ign,
Gariage aad Ornamental
PAINTER.
H AVING permanently located iu lies Arc,
. would inform tne ntuens«f Dcs Around
vicinity, that be U v id .• iu do any kind of
work in bis lino on hot* i oi'wv. Orders for
Signs, from a distance. promptly attended to.
Dcs Arc, Aik., A pH! «, lSd,.
COTTON SCRAPERS.
)'UST receircl. a lot of YVfrJ'l Illl
|n o» <*»l Sli' :>l Co'Ion Sna|)»i*.
Those iu need of .'.o n'•(i' le, should see ihera
before purcl.asiufc el where. For sale cheap
by
ap'J7‘ StBWAHf. (WYNNE * CO.
.IITX1C 1st, WU7.
Dry Goods ih Abundance ai Reducod
Prices!!
We mean e\ar*lj llila.
11AZFN & MoPllERSON
jrrs ict, 1867.
“ V CON SIDES.
RECEIVED. »ml ... . » f
10.000 Pound* ride.... Htdf*
hazen & McPherson.’ 1
WATTENSAW
Nursery.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
K RITIT TREES.
ONE AND TWO YEARS OLD, '
FOR SALE IN 1907-8,
BY JOHN D. MORROYV & SON,
PRAIRIE COUNTY, ARKANSAS.
HAVING been engaged in this business for
the lost seventeen years, in Mississippi
j aud Arkansas • and having studied it closely,
we claim to hove acquired a knowledge of the
j Fruits adapted io our climate. We refer the
! public to specimeus in our Orchards, and Or
chards sold by us, in this and adjoining
counties. Address
.lollit D. morrow & Son,
jun22-6m l)cs Arc, Arkansas.
JUNE 1st, 1807.
3XCZXL3D 3333 7
One Cask Pickled Beef--Prlme.
hazen & McPherson.
JUNE 1st, 1867.
SUGAR CURED IIAMS.
! 1,000 Pound* Choice 8. C. Ham*.
hazen & mcpheuson.
~ JTJN 3 "1ST, 1867.
5,000 Pound* Shoulder*.
hazen & McPherson,
JN. II. BARNETT,
And General Repairer.
Will repair Old Harness, or make new ones.
Also, repair Saddles. Shop—opposite “citi
SJfiN OFFICB.”
l)es Arc, Ark., May 25, 1807—tf
SCHOOL.
THE second session of Mas. S. C. Russell’s
School, will commence with the 1st Mon
day in August, 1867. Terms moderate.
TTTfiMAS (ITTnff~
riAS JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
LOT OF
NEW GOODS!
Hams, .Shoulders and Clear
Sides, at
THOMAS, CULL & CO S.
Flour and Fresh Corn Meal will
be kept constantly ou band by
THOMAS, GILL & CO.
lOOO Hushels Corn In the Ear,
for sale by
THOMAS, GILL & CO.
Fretth Groceries of ull kinds at
THOMAS, GILL & CO'S.
Another new lot of Eadies Shoes, just
received, by
THOMAS, GILL & CO.
Dry Goods, Clothing, and No
lions, of every description, .at
THOMAS, GILL & CO'S.
Persons wishing good Goods, at reduced
prices, will do well by calling on
Thomas, Gill & Co.,
may23- lies Are, Arkansas.
UNTotioo
rpilE midcrsigficd having purchased of
1 Messrs SruoNu & JSlki.ky, their entire
interest in the
STEAM
SAW AND GRIST MILL,
At Taylor's Bend Arkansas ;
WE ARE PREPARED TO FCRX1SH
LIMBER OF A EE DIMENSIONS,
At prices o. tlto limes, and to pay the
highest ms !:et price fo • all hinds of
GOOD SOl'ND LOGS,
Doll .'crcd a! •**». SdVc n'uce. Demons iuvlug I
claim* ft' '•» i oe 1 e li m of Strong &
Seeley, wi*T onu A to udr »utc c l to call on
us.
COWGILL, KNOTT & CO.
Taylor's Bend, Ark., April 2D, 1807.—2m
P. 1 iBPTIENj
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
DES ARC, ARKANSAS.
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL
JL kinds of work in my liue. Mend
ing, Cleaning. &c.
— Thankful for past favors, l solicit a
coniinuanco of the patronage horetofort be*
stowed on me. feb28-tt
». i*»:<>i»i.MM, ~~~
DEALER IN
DR Y GOODS,
Produce and Groceries,
—AND—
GENERA RECEIVING. FORWARDING
-As iv
Coiumt&iou 3Rrrcliant,
w
DEriLL’R DUFF. ARK 1\SAS.
march 17 din
TOM’S SALOON,
DEV ALL'S BLUFF, AKK.
\TTHO WANTS \ GOOD DRINK OF
Vv FINE EIQUOR!! Tom i
now behiuu the oouut.tr of the
BEST SALOON
In the place, ready to hand out to all desiring
ii. the KinkhT Liquors that the market affords.
No humbug ! Give Tom a call, and if you
! love 9*ml thing>, you will be sail lied..
• m ,rll 3ui CARR & GALLAGHER.
PICTURES :
Pictures 2 2!
r.'v-*\* .t*i '?i if "» 'tiU I
—„
.... . ,i . -. 1/
* T
g» t., gr&w
FINE ART GALLERY,
Sitimted on Buena Vista St.,
§1$ gt(, JMuwsas,
Where Pictures of all kinds are made,
from small miniature to life size Pho
tographs, and colored With Indelible
Ink, Oil, or Water Colors. All work
warranted perfect and durable.
The subscriber herein has spared no pains,
or expense in making this GALLERY’ far sur
pass any in this Territory, and having had
an experience of many years in the business
of Picture making, with the aid of a perfect
set of Apparatus, feels confident that be can
defy competition in PRICES or QUALITY',
Having reduced my prices, it places Pictures
within the reach of every man woman and
child.
Just fifty cents is nil the expense,
Of a Picture made of your face,
And for double that sum, if you quickly come,
Will be made aud put in a Case.
Don't delay this opportunity, for you may
never have so good a chance again. It takes
but a little time and expense to get a
PEP.PE3T PI0TTJP.3
Of yourself or friends, and you never will re
gret it. “Remember the old must die, and
the young may die.” So
“Secqro the shadow,
’Ere the substance fade,
Let art copy that
YYhich nature made.”
Photographs of Capt. Rayburn, and views
of the town for sale at the Gallery.
1 shall keep constantly on hand a large
stock of
ALBUMS,
AND CASKS,
And all articles usualiy kept in a first class
GALLERY.
I will also furnish Country Artists with
Ambrotype ami Photographic Goods, Appa
ratus, Chemicals, etc., at Memphis prices.
Pictures taken in all kinds of weather.
Old Pictures copiedjand made new and life
like.
Please give me a call.
L. L. CROSS, Proprietor.
Pes Arc, Ark., April f>, lSr.7.
SAW AND GRIST MILL!
rilHE umlersigne 1 has now in complete run
L fling order, 1-steam Saw anti
(.list mill, T-l miles northwest of Pes
Arc, (on Rayon Pcs Arc,) where lie is pre
pared to furnish Oak, Cypress and Gum lum
ber, o'any size or dimension.
a*> -dm M. SIIETTER.
SPRING GOODS!
SPRI NTG GOODS !!
rr.SSH AITD ITS77 f r
NOW OPENING ANP JUST RECEIVED,
a largo and splendid assortment of
DRY GOODS,
Notions, LadieH’ and Urnls'
Slats, Hoots and Shoes,
Qiieensware, Hard*
ware, Hollow ware,
«mui)
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT
THOMAS, HILL & CO’S,
(OLD STAND OF GILL & BRO.)
It is our Intention to please evert
one. Wo will soil our Goods at a very
small advance upon cost; but in order
to be convinced, come and examine for
yourselves. It is no trouble for us to
show Goods.
THOM48, GIL.I. &. CO.
I)es Arc, Ark., April 13, 18(17.
rnUK rNM'.KSIGNED HAVING AjA
1 opened a House of Enter- JisiB.
I *i i ii illiit« on Buena Vista a^treet, near
the St. imboat Landing, for the aecommoda
liou of
TRAVELERS AND BOARDERS,
By the day, week, or month, solicit!! the pat
ronage of those visiting Arc. The fare
will be »vS good as the market affords, and
terms moderate.
Give me a trial, and 1 will endeavor to give
sat isfacs ion.
BENJAMIN HATLEY.
Pes Arc, Ark.. March 23, I8ti7—*bui
.1 tine 1st, 1807.
GOOD NUMBER~ONE MACKEREL
At retail or by the package.
llazen A McPherson.
.1. .J. SCHMIDtT
HOOTMAKER VVD REPAIRER,
Des Arc, Arkansas.
Ism now prepared to do all kinds of work
. in my line. My shop*is on linens \ ista
1 Street, next door to StaGworth’s L'tug Store.
j myilo, l»*371y
MEDICAL _
DH. JOHN BUL.1^
COMPOUND
CEDFIOIV
BIT TE R S,
The Idlest and Hn«( Important
Discovery of the Wlne
teevitli C’entury.
"VTo man's name is more intimately connect
JlN cd with the history of Materia Medica in
the United States, or more favorably known
as a pioneer in medical discovery tlian that of
DR. JOHN BULL
OF LOUISVILLE, KY.
His inimitable preparation of SARSAPA
RILLA has long stood at the head of the va
rious compounds of that valuable drug.
His COMPOUND OF WILD CHERRY has
become a household word throughout the
W®9$ Alt© mwtw.
His WORM LOZENGES, in less than ayeur
after their introduction, attained a reputation
as wide spread as the continent of North
America. ^
But the crowning glory of his life remains
to be attained in his latest discovery, or rath
er combination, for be does not claim to bo
the discoverer of
Which is the basis of the BITTERS now of
fered to the public. That honor belongs to
the native inhabitants of CENTRAL AMERI
CA, to whom its virtues have been known for
more than two hundred years. Armed with
it the Indian hid*
deeiastce
—TO TIIE MOST—
Deadly Malaria,
And handles without fear the most venemous
serpents. It is a belief with them that while
there is breath in the body, the
€S&S»lt©M
la potent fA cure, no mutter wliat t'tic discnvo
may lie. Wlule 1)K. BULL is not prepared to
endorse tuis extravagant pretension, lie is
nevertheless satisfied from a thorough exam
ination of the evidence relating to ils virtues,
that as a remedy and preventive for nil dis
eases arising from exposure, either to changes
of weather and climate or to (lie miasmatic
influence, it
STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAU,
And justly deserves the reputation it has so
long enjoyed in Central America and ihe West
Indies.
IN D YSPEPSIA.
And its attendant train of symplons, it acts
more like a 6hftrm than a medicine. There is
nothing in the range of Materia Mcdica that
can for a moment bear a comparison with it
in this disease.
A full account of this wonderful plant may
be found in, the 11th edition of the U. S. Dis
pensatory, on pages 1387 and 1388.
A series of experiments in which Dr. BULL
bus been for years engaged, has just been
brought to a successful termination, and he is
now enabled to offer to the public A combina
tion of CEDKON with other approved tonics,
the whole preserved in the best, quality of cop
per distilled Bourbon Whiskey, which he is
coufidout has
HO EQTAL SH TEE WORLD.
He might furnish a volume of certificates,
but the public have long since learned to esti
mate stfch tii»n$8 at their trite value. The
sufest plan is foV every one to test for himself
the virtue of a new medicine.
GIVE THE'
Cedron Bitters
ONE TRIAL>
An<l you will never use any others.
It is not necessary to.publish a long list of
diseases of which the Ckubon Bitters ate a
specific, lu all the diseases of the
gtoinacli, Bowels,
LlveP, ®f Kidney*s
IN ALL
Affections of the Brain,
Depending upon derangement of the Stomnch
and Bowels;
—IN—
Gout, Rboilmatism and Neuralgia
AND IN
FETTER AND AGUE
It is destined to supersede all others. It not.
only cures all these discasqs but prevents them.
A wine glassful of the Bitters taken an hour
before each meal will obviate the ill effect of
the most unhealthy .climate, and screen tbo
person taking it against diseases, Under the
most trying exposure.
Sola Retail by Uru#«i*l* ana
Grocer* Generally.
DR. JOHN BULUSPRINCIPfcL OFFICE
FIFTH STREET,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
sola Wholesale ana Retail
—by—
Johnson & Davis,
£t$ gw, gukunsas.
BULLS WORM DESTROYER,
BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
AND
SMITHS TOXIC SYRUP
—ALSO—
til Retailed by Drugs**’*.
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