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Br'i- Divine servaes on to morrow at1
the Methodist Chui.h. ly D f J. L
Denton. pastor in rharee. '
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t-J'Wc will take corn un.t orher
country products for subscription
bring in your name
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Wanted.—A girl ten or twelve years |
old; a white* girl preferred. Apply at |
this office. t
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Take Notice—That George McLaren
i.i still at the old stand, with a good assort
ment GENTS’ CLOTHING, at remarks
Mo low prides, for etch only. " j"n8
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Notice.— We want tifty loads ol
wood. Those indebted to the office for:
advertising or subscription, will find it.
to their advantage to settle their in
debtedness in till- v’ny.
tejpThanks to Mr. Simeon Horne,
for a box of the finest apples wc have
seen this season. The editor appreci
ates such favors, and would gladly no
tice them at any time.
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j^y-Prol'. Pell, barber and liair-dress
er. is now in T)c- Arc and can be lound
at Harvey’s Hotel. Those in need of a
good shave, sliampoon, or wish their
hair nicclyr trimmed, should call on the
Professor at oacc.
Messrs. Hailey & Warner.—These
gentlemen have received a large addi- j
tion to their stock of groceries and j
plantation supplies, which they are!
witling and anxious to sell at living ;
prices for cash- Hive them a call.
Drs. Burney, Trezevant & Alien.
These gentleman will always be lound
at their office, when not professionally
engaged. A slate will be found on the
door, when they are absent, where all
orders can be left, and will be prompt- j
ly attended to. t
Massa Heck's Come.—Our young
friend and fellow townsman, lleck B.
Kendall, was a passenger on the Com
mercial Thursday morning, lie returns
from a visit to his friends and relatives
in Aberdeen, Mississippi, lieek looks
somewhat refreshed after his trip.
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ft-ty-AVe learn that a difficulty occur
red at AVest Point, on Saturday last,
between Peter (iilfoil and James
Reeves, in which Reeves shot (iilfoil,
wounding him so severely that he died
on Monday. Reeves has not yet been
arrested.
■S-.,-Col. 15. B. Allen has the anquidi
licd thanks of this office for a sm k of
verv fine apples, which lie brought to
11s on yesterday. The Col. is a t Lever
man, and knows how to treat tiie prin
ter. He wish he wofild learn some
others something of the art.
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The Commkkciai. AMI Rowena.—
These two popular boats are now regu
larly running as semi-weekly mail
packets, between Memphis and all
points on White river. They are the
best boats that we have ever had regu
larly in this trade, are well officered,
and richly '(h serve the White river
trade.
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fc-i^-Thc examination of the classes at
ii,,• Brownsville Male and Female
Academy, will commence Thursday
morning, August 15th, -'ind continue
two days.
Hon. I!. S. Cantt will lecture, on
Friday evening, at 7V r. m. Subject—
Education.
Exhibition, Monday evening, the
E'th.
Ail are-cordially invited to attend.
By order of Board.
JOHN WIMCI IT, President..
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Notice.—All those composing the
Board of the Agricultural Soviet) of
Prairie County previous to the war, or
in 1800, are hereby requested to meet
» at J. M. Burney’s Drug Store, in I>es
Are, on Saturday the 17th of August,
,!so7. A full meeting is much desired,
as wo wish to reorganize and take
steps to hold a Fair the ensuing fall.
Also, all those citizens that feel an in
tcrost in reviving the Fair, are n spect
fully invited to meet with us on s.ud
iluv.
B. F. FoKo, President.
A. (). Kowakos, Vice Pres,
li. ('. Me Caki ky. Secretary.
C-jy-Tlio citizens of Iks Are hold a
4 meeting on Wednesday last, and ap
pointed A. O. Edwards, I>. Hammons,
and A. S. Erwin, commissioners to
confer with the commissioners from
Jones' 11 ill, relative to the location and
building of a road from this place to
Cotton Plant. These commissioner.'
met. on Thursday, and selected the low
er road us being ibo umst practicable,
k They made a thorough evaminution of
^ the route, drew plans for bridges, and
* estimate llmt sixteen hundred dollars
will finish the road. Considering that
in' have already subscribed fifteen
hundred dollars, the prospect for a
road front l)os Arc to Cotton Plant is
very lh.itering. We do hope our peo
ple will turn their attention to enter
prises of this character, build good
roads, that trade may be brought to
Deg Are, and build up our town in pro
, portion to its merits.
RIVER NEWS,_WEATIIEB. FTC,
Weather cool aud cloudy.
Diver tailing.
The Itowena came to the landing eat
Jy Monday morning, and passed dotvi
on Wednesday. She went through t<
Jacksonport. ('apt. Davis is in com
maud, apd Milt .Harry in t'he othee
Thanks for favors.
The Commercial passed up on Thurs
day, und down (his morning, wit)
■ ( apt. Ashford on' deck, and Mr. Mor
ton in the office. Thanks for late pa
pers.
TlfC Cttrll S'.. bound fruit! Potiisvilh
to Cairo, sunk in the Ohio rivea- a ten
days ago.
Jhe Mississippi and Ohio arc gel
itaglow. and'the > nib ir" bolt- are h»"
in” i g.1 time generdly
«
«y tbleoraph:
Vori'iuv
LONDON. August C.
The Rus-ian loan does not meet witti
success. No bids have vet been insde, j
and the chance* Of success are slim.
The Reform meeting called at Hvde
Park to-day was * failure. Rut few
people comparatively attended, and but
little spirit was manifested.
Paris, August <>.
The official journal denies the visit j
of Napoleon to Vienir* foc.any politi
es! object, and declares Uie published .
rumors, which attribute political sig-;
tiificam e to interchanging courtesies j
between the emperors of France and i
Austria, as erroneous.
The claims of France and of French
subject* upon Mexico are to be care
fully revl-ed by n ccmmissfbn just np-j
pointed by Napoleon.
ltr.Ca.SELS. August 5. I
It is reported on creditable autbori-1
ly that the city of Hamburg refuses to !
join the German Zolvercin. Lubcc.
however, has avowed its Willingness to i
become a member of the important
body.
fcrittijf, August 5. i
The papers, ■ to-dav, iu oommentiug ,
upon the reply of Napoleon, express
ccufideuce iu his aspirations for peace.
St. Pktersfcbo, August 5
Accounts from the Russian grain
crops are extremely favorable and in
dicate a very heavy yield. There will
be an immense surplus for exportation..
Frankfort. August 4.
United States bonds 78!<.
London, August f>.
Consols, 94!,. ; live-twenties, 72: II-:
liuois Central, 76>j ; trie, 45‘.j.
WASIIIWOTO.V.
Washington, August 0. >
The President lias written a letter to
Secretary Stanton requesting him to;
resign hi* position in the Cabinet.—
StantoU is preparing his response, ques-1
tinning the President's power to make 1
such a request. It is understood that j
the President has resolved to remove
Stanton should be not resign, and then
decapitate Sheridan.
It is understood that President John
son unequivocally denies the report re
garding his action upon the papers and
finding of the court in the assassination
trial. They were first submitted to the
Cabinet, and then he signed his appro
tai. m: nu t a iuu uinvuii inuiu was
presented to him by (ion. Holt, and lie
says it was signed in his presence; that
at that time no recommendation for the
commutation of 1 lie sentence of Mrs.
Surratt was attached to the papers.
The approval of the sentence by the
President was commissioned on the
next to the last page of the next sheet
of averment, and finished on the other
side of the same paper instead of only
writing on one side of the sheet, (as in
the other sheets, and this was done be
cause there was no other sheet remain
ing,) and fastened to the document,
presented it for his signature, as the
document can now be found in the
War department as the recommenda
tion for commutation. Mrs. Surratt’s
sentence follows all other matter, and
is a conclusive document in the official
report of Qie trial of Beene Pittman,
who had access to the records and doc
uments hy permission. Mr. Stanton
proposes making up the book. Every
thing appears except the recommenda
tion of the Court for the commutation
of the sentence. Mr. Pittman says in
the introductory of his hook tlint it
contains ail the orders, findings, sen
tences, documents, etc.. connected with
the trial. It appears the papers were
not presented to the Cabinet until the
ii.uiEAsCont i s was made, and after the
sentence tiy the President. The re
i ommeiulation for commutation is not
in the hand writing of Mr. Bingham as
alledged hy some.
MARKETS.
"N"I,\v York, August 5.
Cotton firm and advancing; sales 400
j hales uplands at 28C (..2d. Flour low
' or: superfine, stall and western, SO 2b
i«7 40. Whisky unchanged. Wheat
, heavy ainlileclining. Corn excited and
higher: ne.w, mixed western, SI 04(«
1 07. Oats 7,S(u 84. Kiee quiet. Coffee
unchanged. Sugar heavy: Cuba 10C.
i (ii 12 4 . Molasses dull. Pork heavy
and lower; new mess S22 00. hard
' steady : 121., @12’,..
St. l.oi is, August, b.
Tobacco active at full prices. Hemp
-toady and firm. Flour inactive; $8
for X; SO for XX; Slots 12 7b for
choice. Wheat 6o higher. Corn inac
tive : HOtV. 09c for w bite ; Sue for yellow ;
SOc for common mixed, flats declined :
i 40(a50c. Jt\ e declined : Kbit? 80c. Pro
visions doll. Pork, s;24 2b(5i 21 bO: ba
con shoulders, 211. <-; clear sides, lb1.,
(ijlb^c. Card—Choice tierce, 12Cc.
Cincinnati. August b.
Flour firm—SO 25<y0 7b for family,
and SIO .70in’ 11 for new fancy. Wheat
linn. < 'urn nneliMiicrd—7Mil Sb in hulk.
' )nts dull at 45o. New rye inactive—
I Ko('< She. Whlfky uuchangcfl. Provis
ions quiet and linn, Pork, $23 23.—
lJulk mi:lt, 11 n 1 ,V., Bacon firm—12>'
tor shoulders. IIP, (,il4e for sides, and
I.V ■ for dear sides. Lard dull aua
nominal. Hums unchanged.
Nkw Om.kans, August 5.
Sales to-day of !<(>0 hales of cotton,
' linn : 25k. i 2<> for middlings; receipts,
3M) bales. I.ouisiana sugar quiet; 1 1
j for fair. Cuba sugar and molasses un
changed. Cold 3d '.,-kl. Sterling, none
offering; quoted o2'Jfit'slc. York
sight V. premium.
-A r&dioai editor talks about " tak
ing bis life in Ilia bauds,” and Prentice
advises him to take it at once—cither in
| or bv bis bands.
I „
--The display oi the European mon
arehs at Paris was almost equal to the dis
play of the live mouarchs iu the south.
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AGENTS FOB JTHE “CITIZEN,”
It Y**James H. billiugsly is our authorized
Traxvlfag Agawt far I he Citizen, iu all the
eastern and western cities.
(figy** Mr. il. r. -Coulter is our authorized
agent to atteud to any Aufaina** far this otter
:it Meinplii--, Tenu
f tar Adam Huntsman is our author
. iced agent fa attend to any busmens for thii
office at fcittle Kock or Dev air a bluff
Mr. ti. II. Yiuten is our authorize!]
j Agent at New Orleans, to solicit advertise
monts for the Citizen.
j Mr'Mr. W. W. garner fa our {kuthoriaec
• Agent nt Quitman, Arkansas, to revolve sub
icriptjeu* far tJUe ihtizen
gf^Tt’ol. L. f. Hughes »« nur authorize'
Agent at Clarendon, Arkansas, to attend t<
t any business far this office.
|^€fat. 1J, W. Hurley is our Agent foi
Augusta, Arkansas,. and is authorized to re
oeipt and collect any dues fan1 CiU office
gjtt^Mr. Dick l*oe will ah end to the inter
ests of the Citizen, iu Memphis, Tenn.
w%-> J. Attains, ti4 Nassau Street, Npv
1 York, Is our authorized Agent, to solicit ad
, vevlfaements.
P*Sj \ V. Walker « Co., arc our authorize
1 Agen*< ih L-ifa*fll*. K , fa md c and o
maiiiiets, &C.
CtTtr.rs Office, til Arc, )
Saturday, August 10, 1807. t
DCS ARC PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECT*!) WEEKLY BY
.1. S1MH
BROOMS, per dozen. 3 50® 4 oo
Bucket*, painted, per doz 4 90® 4 •'*»»
Butter per pound, *20® *_ >
Bar Iron. 9® 10
Bar Soap, per pound 12® 15
Beef Hid '*, dry. per pound. 8® 19
racing*. 90* 11
Coffee- HI) 80® 33
Candles Star, VO® 26
Cotton, 12® 19
Cotton Yarn:*, 40
Cordage—Manilla. 85® 40
Corn Meal, per bushel, 1 76® 0 00
Eggs. per dozen, 15® 20
Flour, per barrel, 12 00® lS 00
FRUITS—
Apples per bushel, dried, 2 00® 2 GO
Peaches, do 2 00® 2 60
GRAIN—
Wheat per bushel, 1 00® 1 76
Corn do 1 60® 1 75
Gunpowder per keg, 12 00® 16 00
Lime per barrel, 8 00® 8 60
Lead—Bar, per pound, 20
Oinger per pound, 60
MEATS—
MesS Pork per barrel, 28 00® 00 00
Bulk Pork, 11 00® 15 00
Pork, fresh, per pound, 121® 15
Beef par pound, 8® 10
BACON—Clear Sides, 15 to 1C
Shoulders, 12 to 14
Hams, sugar-cured. 17 to 221
Lard, 17 to 20
PAINTS AND OILS—
I.inaeed Oil, per gallon, 2 00® 2 60
1 ard Oil, 2 00® 2 50
Coni Oil, 1 00'
White Lead, per keg, 3 70® 4 60
Nails per pound, 10®, 12
Molasses, per gallon, 90® I 20
SUGAR, per pound,
BrCwn, 16® 18
Clarified, 18® 20
Crushed and Powdered, 22® 25
Pepper per pound, 90
Rice, 20
Salt—per barrel. 4 00®. 6 00
Salt—per sack, 3 00® 3 25
Starch—Pesil, 15
Spice, CO
TOBACCO—
Common, 90® i 25
Pino, 1 25® 2 60
Tea, per pound, 2 00® 2 50
Tallow, per pound, 16
Tar, in cans, 1 00
Whiskv. per enllon, 2 40® 5 00
a——
Leaves Memphis Every Saturday.
Regular Memphis and White
River Packet,
13 E S ARC,
JNO. D. ELLIOT.Master.
J. Lee Finns?,.Clerk.
—1 THE Dos Arc has been
„ reij^^affit!SSLgl.thnrnnprlilv repaired and re
fitted, expressly for the above trade, and will
leave Memph^ every Saturday and Dps Arc
every Wednesday. sep22
JUNE 1st, 1867.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
1.000 Pounds Choice S. C. Hums.
hazen & McPherson.
DRYGOOD8
—AT—
Having recently port-lowed McLaren
& Hay ley's
ENTIRE STOCK
—OK—
Dry Goods, Bools. Alices.
Hats, Ett
WK OFFEB IT AT
AVhoelriulc Prit.'cts
For (he next
Thirty Days,
In order to make room for the large
stock ol SPRING GOODS now on the
way. We sav to the farming commu
nity, if von want a bargain now is
your time. We solicit an examination
, of our whole stock, consisting of
cancvRivs. smv i;oui»i.
ROOTS i.\n SHOES.
■I.1KUW ARE.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
STOVES AND TRIMMINGS,
FIRNITERE.
TINWARE, WOODEN WARE,
CASTINGS, ETC., ETC.
Give us a call and examine for yotu elve*;
* ~e try to keep nothing but what will stand
Mnapection. STEWART, GWYNNE & CO
mar 30
%*sta»v
BILLIARD AND DRIKING
Saloon,
Buena Vieta Street,
l> K S ABO, ARK A N 8 A A
VLL kind* of Liquor*, Wine*. Hraudic*,
Segara, Tobacco, &c., constantly on liand.
I Don't forget the place to hate a game of Bil
liard* or get a good drink
*p. 2J-ly.
JUNE 1st, 18<>7.
KILN DRIED MEAL
"iO Uiu rel«..Frcli und Good.
IIAZEN Sr. McPHEESON.
! GRAY HOTEL
BROWN SVILLE,
A r k a u s u s .
rplfltS Jfotrfd has been reopened by ^ A
I Urn. *:. A. (iuIIHi, who is jL'JL
mow prepared 4o accommodate the publii
with the best the- market affords. bi|o ha
also< a stable, with plentv of feed and goo*
• b^tUia, ’ iiiigiOdt
MMICIAI. WOTICES.
Free to Everybody.
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving iuformauon
of the greatest importance to the young or
'’both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may heroine
beautiful, the despised respected, and the
fo'-saken loved.
No young lady or gentlemen should fid to
send their Address, and receive a copy post
paid, hy return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer. 21,
fcb?:’-1m Tr y, N. V. A
nffriitTOR CAfitxi
Throw away your false frillies your switches.
your wig-~
Destructive of comfort, ana not worth a f.g ;
Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and lair.
And rejoice in your own luxuriant hair.
SEPARATOR CAPIEEI.
Tor restoring hair upon bald heads, (from
tthhatevor enure it may have fallen cut) and
forcing a gruwth of hair upon the face, it ha
no equal. It w.ll force the heard to grow
upon the Smoothest face, in from five to eight
weeks. Or hair upon bald heads in froth two
to three months. A few ignorant practition
ers have asserted that thero is nothing that
will force Qr hasten the growth of the hair or
beard. Their assertions are false, ns thous
ands of living witnesses (from tlieir own ex
perience) can bear witness. llut many will
say, how are we to distinguish the genuine
from the spurious? It certainly is difficult,
as nine tenths of the different Preparations
advertised for the hair and heard are entirely
worthless, and you may have already thrown
away largo amounts in their purchase. To
such we would say, try the Separator Capilli:
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 wc
will forward it. postpaid, together with a re
ceipt for the money, which will be returned
yon on application, providing entire satisfac
tion is not given. AyUrcss
W. I,. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No " West Fayette Street, HvnvcrsK, N. V
WONDERFUL BUT TRUE.
MJIDAME REMINGTON, the world-re
nowned Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clair
voyant. while in a clairvoyant state, delineates
♦ v.ftvvr f*xnnir#»*t nf the norson vou are to
marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in
tense power, known as the !b*yehoa»otrope,
guarantees to produce a perfect and iife-liko
picture of the future husband or wife of the
applicant, with date of marriage, occupation,
leading traits of character, &c. This is no
imposition, as testimonials without number
can assert, fly stating place of birth, age,
disposition, color of eyes and hair, and en
closing fifty cents, and stamped envelope di
rected to yourself, you will receive the picture
by return mail, together with desired inform
ation.
gfcjy* Address in confidence, M\pamk Ger
triur Remington, 1*. (5. A ox 297, West Troy,
New York.
CRISPER COMA.
Oh ! she was beautiful and fair.
With starry eyes and radiant hair.
Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined.
Enchained the vory heart and mind.
CRISPER com .4,
For Curling the Hair of Either Sex
into Wavy and Glossy Kinglets,
or Heavy Massive Curls,
fly using this article Ladies and Gentb im<n
can beautify Uiomaeivep a thousand fold. It
is the only article in the world that will curl
straight hair, and at the same time give it a
beautiful, glossy appearance. The Crisper
Coma not ouly curls ilic hair. Uui iu\ig«u ah a,
cleanses and beautifies i? ; is highly and >i-*
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete
article of the kind ever offered to the Ameri
can public. The Crisper Coma w'fl be sent
to auy address, scaled and postpaid, lor >-1,
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO . Chemists.
No. o West Fayette Street, Syuaci SB, N. X
A Yoi no Lady returning to her
country home, alter a sojourn of a few months
; in the City, was hardly recognized bv her
friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed
face, .-he had a soft, ruby complexion f ndim *
! marble smoothne^, and in-dead cf tweuty*
i three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon
inquiry as to thexuuse of so great a change,
sljc plainly told them that she used the ftr
«*J1 SHlllO IInlilt« «hd eo?i*:dered it an in
| valuable acquisition to any Ludy s toilet.. By
its useany Lady or Gentleman can »mpr<>M
: their personal appearance an hundred fold,—
; It is simple in its combination, os Nature her
, self is simple, j ct unsurpassed in Its efficacy
j in drawing iinpuriii ‘8 tYom, also healing.
; cleansing and beautifying the skiu and <‘<>ra
I j-lex ion. By its direct action on the cuti«lc.
j it draws from it all its impurities, kindly heal
Ulg iue same, aim icnYiug mcsuiiau. •••
tare intended it should be, clear, soft, Sxgonth
and beautiful. Price $1, sent by Mail or Kx
i press, on receipt of an order, by
W. I. (-LAP.K & CO., Chemists,
N . '» West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. V.
The only American Agents for the sale ot
the same
ASTROLOGY.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AI THE WOKDEUFUL REVELATION'S
MAPI'. BY THE GREAT ASTROI.OGI.ST
nadanie U. l. rEIUUUO.
She reveals secrets no mortal ever kuew.—
j She restores to happiness those who, from
doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in love.
, loss of relations and frieuds, loss of money.
j &c„ have become dcapon lent. She bring
together those long separated, gives informa
tion concerning absent friend- or lovers, re
• tores loi-t or sloh u property, tells you the bus
i incss you are best qualified lo pursue, and in
what you will be most successful, causes speedy
marriages and tells you the very day you will
marry, gives you the name, Ukaucss aw!
! characteristic* of the person * She read? youi
very thoughts, aud by her aim oat superuatu
| ml powers, unveils the d|uk and hidden inys
1 tcries of the future. From the stars we sei
in the firmament—the .inalcfic stars that ovei
| come or predominate iu the configuration—
i from ihe aspects and positions of the plaueti
and the fixed stars in heaven at the liu»o o
j birth, she deduces the future destiuy of man
I Kail not to consult tho gram eat A.-dnologM
| on earth. It costs you Unt a trifle and yot
may never again h&vo so favorable an oppor
(unity. Consultation fee. with likeue»* au
j nil desired information, $1. Parties livini
I at a distance can consult the Madame by n>*\
with equal safety and satisfaction to them
j selves, as if iu person A t fH and ex pilei
- chart, written out. with all inquiries answer
! ed and likeness enclosed, sent by Until on re
oeipt of price above mentioned. The strict
| est 8ecre«y will be maintained, aud all tor
| renpcndence retui ued or destroyed. Rcfeffn
ecs of the highest order furnished those dr
• suing thorn. Write plainly {Up dyi of th
mouili and year iu which you wire bern, en
I clc-dug a small look of hair.
A'i-lrt s MaiumL. II A. I’RHRICiO.
i' o pa.,,'** .’?i, Hiii.u", > \
%
I Mill IHI—II 1 1111—Bill -T- -;-—~
Know Thy Dertioy.
j Maihmi T. F, Thornton, the groat Fnglish
i Astrologist, Clairvoyant and Ppychometri !
! cian, who bac astonished the scietit ific classes
of the Old World, ha* now located herself at
! Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses
j such wonderful powers of second sight, as to
I enable her to imparf knowledge of the great
••st impQiUnc© to the air^R or married of
cither S$t« While in a 3tfi 0 of trance, sh»'
I delineate0 ti e very features of the person you 1
s-re to marry, and by tic aid of an instrument .
of an intense power, known as the Psyckom
otrope, guarantee* to ptoluCe a life-like pic ,
I ture of the future husband or wife of the ap- !
j [dicant, together with date of marriage, posi
! tion in life, leading trait* of character, &c.— |
i This is no burn bog. tr* thou son (la of testimo- j
1 niala can a' ort. She will send when desired
I a ccrificd rettifi.'ate. or written guarantee.!
that the picture ie what it purports to be.— |
j By enclosing a - mail lock of haiv, and stating ,
place of birth, age, disposition and complex
ion. mid enclosing fifty cents, and stamped
envelope add re ed to yourself, you will re
1 ceive the picture abd desired information, by
return mail. All communication* sacredly ;
confidential. Ad ires in confidence, Madame |
■ K. F. Thornton, 1*. O. B 2_ Hudson, Jic^v
| York.
8PE« I II. NOTICE.
BULL’S CEDR0N BITTERS,;
Read Mr. Edwards’ Statement
Innsviu.K. Ky.. April 22.1863.
Dr. John Bull,,—Dear Sir.—Gratitude to i
you, a* well as a sense of duty to the public, i
requires that I should give you a statement,
j for public use. of the great benefit ! have de- :
! rived from the use oT your ‘Ocdrou Bitters.
After a military service of thirteen months
embracing the Pea Ridge campaign and battle.
1 was discharged from the service and caiuc ,
home to die. Dyspepsia, liver complaint, and
general debility were fast hurrying me to the
grave, and every remedy prescribed by phvsi
! elans seemed only to aggravate my diseases.
About fA>ur weeks ago 1 was fortunate enough •
j to procure your “Gedron Bitters.” and by the j
use of them alone I have been restored to per- |
; feet and robust health. I can most aamestly j
recommend them ns being nil, and more than
all. than they arc represented to be. You are j
at liberty to make any use you wish «jf il»is0
i statement.
I am. respectfully.
RICH ABD EDWARDS.
A Voice from tick-bur".
\ l('K8Bl'RO, Alisa.. \Ug. IM> 5.
D». John lit ll ,—Dear Sir,—1 am happy (
to sate to you that 1 have used your valuable j
1 Cedron Bitters with great benefit to mvself, in j
general debility and prostration of ray system !
produced by the unhealthy and miA-unatic
influence of the Mississippi river around
Vicksburg, having boon with Gen, Grant’s
amy through it* whole southern campaign. 1
1 confidently recommend its use to all persons
who arc exposed to unhealthy climates,
If. W. FOGLE,
Agent V. 8. San.Com.
For Sale by Johnson «S; Davis, Dos Arc Ark
TO cowii nvni s:s.
riAHE advertiser, having been restored to
I health in a few weeks by a very simple
j remedy, afier having suffered for several
, years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease Consumption-—ti anxious to
make know n to his fellow-sufferers t!;c meat**:,
of cure.
To all who desire D, he w ill send a copy of
' the prescription used (free of charge), with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a bike tv re for
CoVHl .ViPTION. \ - Til M A . BRONCHITIS. CopOilS.
('■ no, and all Throat an 1 Lung Affections.—
The only object of the ad vert i- r iu Betiding
the Fi es riptu u i* to beiK-fii th#afflicted, and
1 “prend infovrttnfion whb h he conceives to bo
invaluable, and ho hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy. a- it w ill cost them nothing,
m l u. iy prove a bias-dug. Parti?.- wishing
the prescription, fake, by return mail, will !
please add. iss
KEY. EDWARD A. V.1L80N,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
rititoais or voi tii.
4 GENTLEM \N who suffered for years
; \_ from Nervous Debility. Premature lb - !
cay. and all th •> effects of youthful fn discretion.
will, for the s»vke «*f suffering humanity, send
free to all who need it, the recipe and direc- i
tions for making the sir a; le remedy by which |
he was i.v 1. Su'lVrors wishing to profit bv
i the advertiser’s experience, can do so by ad- !
dressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN 11. OGDEN. t‘J Oedur Street,
may 11-1 y New York.
J. S, CLARK & 00.,
rAUCTION AND COMMISSION
Merchants,
Main street, LUlLe Uock, Arkansas*
CJbiuijuiiU'nts 'j Stock ami M c. ha)ul/,>>
Jit pcctfui'y Solicit*
kui i;ii;ru i:s:
S. U. Tucker, Hanker: Alex. McDonald,
PrevJent Merchants’ National Hank, Little
L . ; T’.'M & Holley, Merchants: N. il
B^getf, Men hant.
may 1, tW*7-oi»,
LGHQCL.
rnil t- seoi-nd session of Mrs. S. • . Itvssrr i,*s
1 Neb- ol. will ooimnenoe with the 1st Mon
day in August, W77. Tews mod- rate.
■’Thomas’ gill&"co~,
1IAS JUST ItlXT.lS l D AX OTHER
LOT OF
Hamm SbiralsSers and Clear
Sjge*, a(
THOMAS, 0ll.L A CO’S.
Flour and I'resli Corn Meal will
be kept ccr.&tinily on hand by
THOMAS, HILL A (’0.
1000 Ituslirls ( oru lu Hie Ear,
for mile by
THOMAS, HILL A CO.
I'mll <«roC©rl«H "fall kinds at
THOMAS. GILL A CO’S.
. i -
An ; her oe« lu <-f I.lllUc* SIlO©», just
received, by
THOMAS, GILL A CO.
I»r> liooils, Clothing, and \o«
O4MIS, of evovv Ji n, at
1 THOMAS, GILL A CO’S.
1 l’ersons wishing noonGoofl">, at reduced
' prices, will do widl By ca'!ioti on
Thomaw, < * ill & Co.,
mUrn Ire, (rknnMis.
.jHXe at,' 159A
Our 4 a\k IMiklfd Ileef-• I’llinr.
U A/I N A M« l IILK-OS
Vf *JL&ON Jte Ca&E,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
Dos Arc, Arlcansae,
ARC jrST l\ RECEIPT OP THEIR
S P III Tsr Cl STOC Tv ,
AXI) ARE OFFERING FOR SALK, AX ENTIRE FRESH ol LECTION ;
OF THE LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES’ DKESS CiOODS;
Consisting of Bombazines, Mozambique , Sill; CUallip... Toplins, Alapaccas,
Gi'Piiaditicg, Chambravs, Lawns, French Ginghams, plain and dotted Swig?:
Mii'lin, Jaconet, Naiioook, Bobinet, Brilianthm, Irish Linen, French and'
American Prints, Gloves, Hosiery, IIamlker*hie£» of every description, Linen.
Paper, and Embroidered Collars.
A nice line of Mourning Goods; Cloth and Kid Gaiters; Balmoral-;, etc.
A CHOICE SELECTION Of
MENS' AND BOYS’ CLOTHING,
Of all sorts and size*, and of the very latest fashion
Also, a tine assortment of Boots, Slices and Slippers. A rare selection ol
Mms, Boys and Childrens Hats; Brown and Bleached Domestic, Osuaburgs,
Cottonades, Bed Ticking, etc.
A very tine article of Pocket and Table Cutlery, 'wi.sors, Combs, Xecdleo,
Pins, and a great variety of all kinds of Notions.
AI.SO--A GOOO LOT OF THINKS.
Having beught our Goods whilst they wore at their lowest stage, wc now offer them for
sale, at GREATLY REDUCED' RATES.
Suhstsntiais for ibo Men and Coys ; nice things for the Ladies and Misses ; and lots of
little tricks for the babies.
Accept our heart fell thanks for the liberal palronage hereto extended us, and wo bog for ;
a continuation of the same, and guarantee for every dollar invested, to give value received. ■
Call and examine our Stock, that ,c may make good our assertions.
Wilson A Cook.
l>es Arc, Arkansas, May IS, lfc<'>7.—if
FERDINAND UATKS. ISAAC LAlCS.i
&&*is &
DEALERS IX
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,j
NOTIONS, ETC.,
SOUTH SIDE BUENA VISTA ST.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANI) OPENED A NEW AND
FRESH STOCK OF
m
COI$HTiIU 8 \ I’.IRT OF
Dadies Dress Groods;
Siifli as Poplins, nozitniblquFN, (driuulinri, Kareges, Organdies,
Printed Jaconet, Lawn. Colored JLioens,sw iss, Victoria Lawn
Jaconet, \ansook. Barred Muslin, (liainbrajs, Binghams,
Hla« k silk. Calicoes. Cotton stripe*. Table Clotbs, Tow
els, Marseilles Cjuilts, Black Velvet, Brown and
Blenclied Domnsdcs. Bled Tickin'?, Ktc., C.tc,, Ktc.
A Large Stock of Shoes arul Boots,
Particularly a largo assortment of Ladies Shoes, Hoop Skirts, and Balmorals.
A large stoek of Jeans, Tweeds, Cottouailcs, and Uncus;
a very Lugo ami well selected stock id'
Consisting partly of Block Cloth, French Drab ds Eta, Cassiuicre, Alapacas, Lus
tres and Italian Cloth, Linens of all grades.
Guns and Pistols, Cutlery, Pocket A'uivcs, Butcher A’uivcs, Carving ATiivcs, Ta
ble A’uives and Forks. Table and Tea Spoons, Spectacles and Cases, and Shaving
Apparatus. A large and well selected stock of
(Sfuticrofuji ^uriusftiug 6t)oite,
Als. , a tine assortment of Fancy Parasols, Sun EmbiclUs. ami large l uibrellas.
Okv stock of Motions is large, an l consists of a variety of dress, pants, coat, vest
and shirt buttons, spool cotton, flax and silk thread, iioss, serpentine braid, star braid,
siik crochet braid, worsted braid, edgings, inserting, laces, magic ruffling of ail sows,
drerx, 1 ard. tassel and bugle trimming of all colors, siik ribbon trimming and a large
assortment ofboltani| bonnet ribbon; french flowers; a fine assortment of crewel; linen
and cotton tapes, skirt braid; Ladies’ and tScnts’ pocket books and companions: pho
tograph albums, and a largo assortment of combs of all descriptions; toilet soap and
perfumery; french and jews harps, spinning tops, marbles, china and wax dolls,
pocket mirror, . work and shaving boxes; a large assortment of Ladies collars and
cuffs, silk lisle thread, kid and cotton gloves; a largo assortment of hosiery, suspen
ders. embroidered, linen and silk handkerchiefs, cravats, trttleg. crochet and sewing
Do dies; fancy Shetland shawls, fancy walking basques; melton cloth and siik dusters,
chesterfield's Ladies hats and trimmings; white embroidery, skirting, irish linen,
shirt bosoms. limey silk bonnets; stationery, aecordcons, violins; the roman, german
and italian violin and guituv strings; brushes of all descriptions; musquito nets;
trunks; saddles and bildlos und saddle wallets
Having purchased our Hoods in the best markets, and when they were at tieir
lowest prices, we can anil will sell as cheap as uuy house in this part of tin country.
Hive us a call and seo us, and examine Hoods aud prices.
F. GATES & liltO.
Ides Arc. Arkansas, dune 1. ISO".—
WflPP. &
HIGHEST EEEMIUM,
i mmum*
Awarded the highest premium at the Exliibi
liou of the
Sr Tmiii Affrit ullvrul "ml M. c/attncai
Fair, li-tiO,
Till; yyOliUU’8 l'AIH, I.ON DON.
! It the
i iiiAni Eviwrno' imkis.
Every lfachtne Warrants 3 Years.
> fv'r.W the ton don Tfmes*)
The Wheeler A WiUiu Machine, whioh is
the. on,e host calculated for b uti-tioM work,
usee norhutHea, atid nrikea the hook Stitch,
alike on both aided of the goods.
(From.theficisntiiii American.)
We tin the WheolCT A Wilson, and pro
uvunec it without a linn..
S. nd for Circular,
' .A SUMNER &. ?»..
.’U.'eftciaon St., Memphis. Tenn., 1 i’* No •:!
litk St-, ■' Louis, Mo.
my Jo, 18117-ly.
Valuable Farms
1 *
| f 0E SALK.
' T '
' l U\ ^res l-and, on Pigeon Konst
| IJV* ('reek. 20 miles west ofl)cs Arc. Hold
together, or in tracts to suit purchaser. Clin
House and other improvements.
Also, a store-house, which is an exceUcu;
jtAand for doing a considerable business.
!
from in vmu ii aches
| 1711VE miles north of £1 Paso, in Wlilt
’ I* county. Partially improved,
, -*t— - jp
TIJKEK Hl HaBGD ACHES
Ct EVEN mile* vr '-t of lira Arc—v;n mu proved
i- Sold together, or in tracts to suit purcLa
. Mr.
k • ■ n r.i <*- , .
TW O TOW * LOTH
i J N He Vi-Cj on Buena Vist* uoa
L... . .
»>Mtt *' r<,s mI in Boll count;
■„ V' U luw—unproved.
Apply to T. Cl. TlLTr.UK, at Butlert
villc, 20 miles west of l>es Are.
T. Or. Butler.
I t v . I
! Pm Id y llic. Avk . May 20, 1807~6m
MEDICAL. _
IUJ. JOM!V BULL’S
COMPOUND
013 23TFtOISr
BITTERS,
• —,
The Latent and Mott Inipurtaa*
Discovery of the Sine
tfenth Centary.
"Vf o wan'c name is more intimately Connert
od with the history of Melon* Mod es in
tho United Stales, or mere favorably knov a
as a pioneer in medical discovery than that :f
DR. JOHN BULL
OF LOUISVILLE, EY.
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 Las
became a household word throughout the
w&8f aoBEiiia
His WORM TiOZENGFiS. in less than a rear
after their introduction, attained a reputation
ad 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 he does not claim to bs
the discoverer of
Which id 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 huudred years. Armed with
it the ludiun bids
DEFIANCE
—TO THE MOST—
Deadly Malaria.
And handles without fear the moat ver.emous
serpent?. It is a belief jrith them that wbilo
there is breath in the body, the
Is potent to #cure, no matter what the disease
may bo. While DR. BI LL is not.prcparctj to
endorse tfii3 extravagant pretension, ho is
nevertheless satisfied from a thorough exam
iuation of the evidence relating to its virtues,
that as a remedy and preventive for all dis
eases arising from exposure, either to change*
of weather and climate or to the uriusmato
influence, it
STANDS WITHOl T I R|1A| ,
And justly deserves the reputation if has sc
long epjoyed in Central America and the JVt ;f
ladies.
UN DYSPEPSIA
And its attendant traiu of sympions, tt acts
more like a charm thau a medicine, There i*
nothing in the range of M Weria Medics llis:
^can for a moiueut bear a comparison with it
in this disease.
A full ace on ill of this wonderful plant inn y
he found in the 11th editruu of the U. 8. In
pensatory, on pages 1387 and 1388.
A Series of experiments in which Dr. PULI
has been for years engaged, has just been
brought to a successful termination, and he *s
now unaided to offer to tbo public a couibinu
tion of CEDRO.N with other approved tonics,
the whole preserved in the best quality of cop
per distilled Bourbon Whiskey, which he u
confident has
M EQXAL IS TlIS VTOttLP.
lie might furnish a volume of certificates
hut the public have loug since b urned to esti
mate such fhirtgs at their true value. Th<
safest plan is for every one to test lor himself
the virtue of a new medicine.
GIVE Till'
Cedron Bitters
ONE TRIAL,
And you will never use any others
It is not necessary to publish a lo#£ lijst of
1 diseases of whiHi tne I'mitos Bittlhs are ;.*.
j specific, lu all the diseases of ihc
StciM.uh, llowrls.
Liifi, or tkidiiey* '
IN ALL
ikfftetiofts of tlio Bnuu,
f Defending uj>on derangement of the Stomach
end Bowels;
Gout, Rheumatism and Neuralijiit
AND IN
FEVER AND AGUE
I( I* destined to supersede nil others, it no’
j oBlypacesaU these diseases but prevents them.
A rvutoglasaful of the Hillers taken
before each mea! will obviate the ill effect of
the most unhealthy climate, and scree* the
] person taking it ngainst diseases, Rudor ‘-ho
. most tying ejpowe.
gold llrtall by UrwnMl bud
lirucen U*a«ndl).
DR. JOHNBULLSPRINCIPM.OFFICE
mm strlei,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
1 sold b holtsale and itelnil
—r BV —
eToliiisbn. & Davis,
grs <§trr, $rfcw5ft&
, BI'l.L’S YrORM bESTROVLK
- HI LL'S hlKhAPlRILLA,
AND
SMITH S TONIC SYRUP.
—ALSO—
All Rrlalled by Druggist*.
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