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Water as Food.
Tell the first man you meet that wa
ter is, cn the whole, more nutrition*
than roast heel', and that rominou salt,
or heue ash. is as much an edil'ie as the
white of an egg, and it is probable that
ho will throw anxious glances across
the dreet to attire himself your keeper
is at hand. Make the same statements
to the. first man of science yon meet,
and the chances are that he will think
yon very Ignorant oforganic chemistry,
or that you arc playing with a paradox.
Xorertheloss , it is demonstrably true,
and never would have worn the air of
a paradox If men had steadily con
ceived the nature of an alimentary sub
stance. That is an aliment Which
nourishes whatever wc find in the
organism, ns a constant and integral
meleent, either forming part of its
structure or one of the conditions of
vital processes that, and that only,
deserves the name of aliment. If “ to
nourish the body" mean to sustain its
force and repair its waste—if food
enters into the living structure—and if
all the integral constituents of that
structure arc derived from food—there
can|be nothing Improper in designating
ns nutritions substances which have an
enormous preponderance among tho
integral constituents. People who
think it paradoxical to call water food
will cease their surprise on learning
that water forms two-tliirds of the liv
ing body.
Bible Kiddle, Ob the Wonderful
Prophet.—He is notXoah, nor Xoah's
son, nor a Levitc, nor John the Baptist
nor yet the wandering Jew, for lie was
with Xoah in the ark; the Scriptures
make mention of him,'particularly in
St. John. St. Mark, and St. I,tike, so
that we may bolieve he is no imposter.
He knows no parents, he never lay up
on his mother's breast; his beard is
such as no man ever wore; he goes
bare-footed and bare-legged, like a
grave old friar. He wears no hat. in
summer or winter, but often appears
with a crown upon his head. His coat
is neither knit nor spun, nor hair. silk,
linen or woolen, bar!, nor sheepskin,
yet it abounds with a varietv of colors
and fits c ose to the skin. He is won
derfully temperate : he never drinks
anything but coid water, he would
■ ^ ♦ V. 1.1.. V • .1!_ •. _ /» *
barn than in a kings palace. He is
very watchful: he sleeps not in bed,
but sits in a singular kind of chair with
his clothes on. He was alive at the
crucifixion. Nearly all the world hear
hint. He once preached n short ser
mon, which convinced r man of his sin,
and caused him to weep biterlv.—He
never was married, yet he has favorites
whom he loves dearly, for if he has but
oue morsel, of metu he divides it among
Wiem. Though he never rides on horse
back, he in some respects equipped as
horseman are He is an advocate of
early rising, though he never retires to
'>ed. His prophecies are so true that
the moment you hear his voice you
mav know what is approaching.
Now, who is the prophet, and what
did he foretell?
Flood in Australia.—A Sydney,
Australia, dispatch, of July 12, relates:
"The most devastating calamity has
visited this colon)'. Five days of rains
have flooded the country, and five days
of gales have dashed helpless wrecks
upon the coast. The highest flood
marks were sixty to seventy-five inches
above the ordinary level. Hundreds
ofhonses were swept away, and thou
sands of live stock killed. Crops are
in ruins. Many lives are lost. A
family of nine were drowned, and in
another ease twelve persons. The
families of two brothers lost their lives.
Hundreds were rescued from the tops
of trees, haystacks, and the roofs of
houses. Numbers were almost starv
ing, and homeless and naked. Subscrip
tions for their relief were flowing in,
and will do much to alleviate their dis
tress. Four schooners were wrecked,
and several seamen drowned.
-At the royal palace at Berlin
forty thousand wax candled are instan
taneously lighted by one match. The
mode of proceeding is simple enough,
the wicks being previously connected
by a thread spun out of gun cotton,
on lighting the end of which all the
candles are lighted etimultaneously,
and thus the whole oft! e seven hundred
apartments are illuminated at once,
the process is so easy that the wonder
is that it is not more extensively known
and generally practiced. In Russia
the same ingenious method is employed
lor lightning up the churches on grand
occasions.
Wonderful Freak of a Baby..—The
Ottumwa Mercury tells the following:
“A few days ago, in Keokuk county, a
babe six months old, was crying lustily,
and the usual appliances seemed to have
no effect. It saill cried, and the mother
was perplexed to know what the
troubles was. At last, after it seemed
almost exhausted, it spoke with startl
ing distinctness!'' these words: ‘Give
me a drink of water!’ Of course the
mother was frightened, but gave tin
water, and it immediately went to
sleep. The infant had never spoken
before, nor has it since. We can vouch
for the truth of the above, as we are
personally acquainted with the parents
of the child.”
-The Bookers, who assaulted and
dangerously wounded Mr. Glass, Edi
tor of the Republican, in Lynchburg,
not long since, have appealed to Gene
ral Schofield, either for a change of
venue, or for a trial by a military court.
SqisrAn acquaintance of ours, a
mother, too not long since, was lament
ing the loss ot'u child, one of a family
of eight, ‘-because,” said she, “their
was just enough for a cotillon and the)
did dance so prettily.”
Gen Scofield has decided thut the
Virginia poor laws shall be enforced now
that the bureau has ceased serving ra
tions to the destitute blacks. This will
return mnuy of that class now infesting
the cities jo the plat es front whence they
came.
GeU .j Invitation to Dinner.
Itw- observed that a certain core
tons rich man never invited any one to
dine with him.
•‘Ill lay a vragar,’' said a wag, “1 get
an invitation from him.”
The wager being accepted, he goes
j the next day to the rich man’s house
I about dinner-time, and tells the servant
he must speak with his master immedi
ately, for he can save him five thousand
dollars.
“Sir,’’ said the servant to his master,
“hero is a man in a great hurry to speak
with you : lie says he can save you five
I thousand dollars.”
Out came the master.
“YVlmt is that, sir; you can save me
five thousand dollars?”
"Yes, sir, 1 can, but I see you arc at
dinner; I will go away and call again.”
“Oh, pray, sir, come in and take din
ner with me.’’
“I shall be troublesome.”
“Not at all.”
i The invitation was accepted..
As soon as dinner was over, and the
family retired :
i “Well, sir,” said the man of the house,
"now to your business. Pray let me
know how I am to save five thousand
dollars ?”
“ Well, sir, I hear you have a daugh
\ ter to dispose of in marriage?”
“1 have, sir.”
“ And you intend to portion her with
fifty thousand dollars?’’
“ I do, sir”
“ Why, then, sir, let me have her and
I will take her with forty-five
thousand.”
The People op Mexico.—The New
York Round Table, an independent
Republican organ, draws the following
portrait of the people of Mexico. It
says:
“As a matter of fact, no people on
! earth, reputed civilized, are so utterly
' and irredeemably despicable as the
Mexican.—They are not cowardly,
! blood-thirsty, and indolent alone, but
: liars and thieves as well. Nor are
| these qualities confined, as some would
I have it, to the lower classes. Maxi
millian had a beautiful revolver of
great value, mounted in gold and ivory ;
it was stolen at a military council
| where none were present below the
; rank of General.—Jewels and other
t ceil ' iiiutii o n x i v uuioi iwu-i '
regurlarly filched from Carlotta wher
ever she moved. Santa Anna had liis
inkstand stolen at a council ofminis
j tors, and the room was darkened to
enable the tliicfto return it undetected.
Tlic scoundrel Lopez who betrayed bis
master is well known as an adroit thiel'.
j The truth is that stealing i- so univer
! sal in Mexico that it has almost come
| to be regarded as a matter of course,
land other vices on which we need not
; dwell are equally so, and are rather
; more rife among the upper classes, if
l any thing, than among the lower. The
Mexicans have no moral fiber. Physi
cally and intellectually they are equal
i ly deficient. To uilk obout patriotism
: and liberty and the sens* of honor
1 among such beings is simply nonsense.'
A New Way To Kilt. Rats—A
correspondent proposes a new way to kill
! rats His own home being overrun with
; tbe vermin, a servant girl, who bad seen
| the effects of “Old Bourbon whiskey" on
I bipeds, thought site would try an experi
ment on rats. Accordingly, she took a
small quantity, made it very sweet with
sugar, crumbled in bread enough for the
j crowd, and set the dish in tbe cellar. A
| few hours after, she went down, and
| found several .rats gloriously “fuddled,"
engaged in throwiug potato-parings, and
hauling one another up to drink. These
were easily disposed of ; aud those not
| killed left the premises immediately, suf
fering from a severe headache.
tejjrThe Mongrel alias Republican
party of New Jersey, have held a plat
form Convention, and swallowed the
negro whole. Senator Frelinghuysen
made a speech, in which he not only
set aside all history, but all science, and
compared the Irish and Germans with
the negroes, to the great disparagement
of the former. He said that all that
savage Africa wanted, was an oppor
tunity and education. Well, five thou
sand years ago, the people of Egypt
were trying to educate and civilize
them. Two thousand three hundred
years ago, tbe Carthegcniaus were try
mg to do the same thing, men the
Homans tried, and nil Asia, and nil
Europe have been working at the same
business, time without limit, but with
no more effect than if tho same atten
tion had been bestowed upon the chim
panzees of Africa.
Accounts front the Atlantic sea
i board planters indicate damage to tho
j crops from the continuance of rain.
•tii" A majority of Mexicans are rep.
resented as being sated with bloodshed
and are now clamoring for a general am
nesty.
The recant wholesale executions
in Quarctaro are denied officially by Con
sul Godey at San Francisco.
t--*r Hamilton, Ohio, with a population
ufouly fourteen thousand, makes more
malt than any other place in the union,
and bus three hundred and twenty five
drinking saloons
Vay' Secretary McC’ullock has been in
formed by those in the president's confi
dence that his resignation will not bo ac
cepted.
*ggu Two more suicides are repot ted at
St. Louis yesterday. At least thirty self
murders have been committed there this
summer.
jfe3i“ A magnificent block of marble
front stores are to he elected in St. Louis
on tho site of the Liudcil hotel.
(■njuThe oldest house nuw standing in
Philadelphia is on Letitia street, and was
built by William I’eun m ItiSd.
jtit>-Among the rumors afloat in
Washington, is one that Secretary
McCulloch has accepted an offer from
• lay Cooke & Co., lu manage the new
' banking house they are about to open
.11 London.
LANDINGS AND DISTANCES
On White River and Tributaries.
|From Memphis to mouth White Riv
er, 175 miles.]
WHITE RIVER*
From mouth White river to
Richards’ ■ I
| Cut Off :> 0
Wild Goose Rayon. 0 15
Frairio Landing . .j 7 22
i La (Jrew 2 24
1 Ox Bows . 5 29
Scrub Grass 5 51
j Foot Little Island 1 1(> 44
Head | 6 60
Foot Big Island • 4 64
Big Creek .. 1$ 72
Indian Bay 2 74
Head Big Island 4 78
i St. Charles 6 81
Anderson’s Bluff 1 85
Maddox’s Bav j 9 91
: Crocket’s BinIV 51, 97
Adam’s Bluff 8 1(15
; Cascoe JO 115
: Aberdeen l0| 126
Mrs. Hatch's 2 127
Walnut Ri.lgc 2 129
Clarendon 6| 135
I Warsaw 0 141
Crooked Feint Cut Off 9 150
j Miller's Bluff In 105
: Arkapoln 7 172
Derails Bluff ■ • 4 179
j Surrounded Hill. 2 173
Buena Vista.. 2 180
Hidden Bluff . .-| 6 185
i Little Hill 3 188
dohn Wrfght's 2 190
Watt on saw 21 192
■Foot Trimble Island. 1 193
Head Trimble Island 3 190
i Cnpt. Tavlors .5 202
1)U A tie.I 9, 210
Arch Hutchins' 5 215
i McCarthy's . 3 2IS
l’rvor'a Woodvard 4 222
Peach Orchard Bluff 12 234
Nigger Hill 6 239
Little Bed River 12 251
Gregory's Landing 12 203
Grav's Bend . l(t 273
Augusta 9 282
Cha inters’ 3 'J\j
Taylor's Bay 1 2,so
Wilkinson's 2 2x.s
Cole's Lauding 5 293
Rock Roe 1 294
i Dudley's Dread 15 309
Pel tv Gliti/.e . . 7 316
■ Mill' Creek 121328
Grand Glaize 4 335
Little Island 3 338
Village Creek (i 341
Reed's Bar l| 348
Newport . . .3 351
Lli/.abeth 1. 352
•Tack sou port (i 363
: McGuire's 13 37!
Hardin Hulsey's 1 375
| Morgan Magnus 6 3S1
i Batcsville . 15 390
North Fork. 100 490
1 minin' v m v j- on
! Tolbert’s Ferry 20 531
Debmjoe ■ 45 570
I Eor-yihe. 40 (>16
j Mouth Bull 20 030
BLACK BIVER.
Jacksonport to
Mouth Strawberry 00
Powhatan . . 40: 100
1 Pocaholitas . 40 140
CCER A NT RIVI'K.
Pocahontas to
Cherokee Huy. 0 •
! Doniphan 40 H>0
LITTLE REI) RIVER.
Prom mouth to
Esquire Lindsey's
Philip Crise's 0 10
Goslin’s 2 12
1 Knight's -t 10
Mat. Bowden's 2 18
Harrison Brown's t 22
j Grannv Aiken's l 23
Judge McDaniel's 3 20
Joseph Wright’s 1 27
Mrs. Aiken's 1 28
: John Terry’s 2 30
West Point 30' .
I Kelly's I 31'..
! M osier's . . 'a 32
Kinder & lluteliius’ '.1,32'..
Mark Voting's 2j3*J1
John Cook’s R. 35
Kim Harris' R. |35's
Alexander Crawford's 2 37'..
William lowrv's R, 38
A. Vanmetre's 1 30
Prospcet ltliifl" | 2; 41
T. Voting's ! 'a II
Daniel Cook's ' Rij 12
('ol. Prince's '. 42R.
Buckley’s Gin 41',.
| Searcy Landing . . R. I 48
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES!
rER BUSHKI.
Articles. Pounds.
Dried Apples 24
Bran 20
Barley . 48
! Beans 30
■ Cow Peas ... fJO
White Beans .. 00
Castor Beaus. 40
Buckwheat 52
| Stone Coal . 80
Shelled Corn 50
j Corn in the ear. 70
Corn Meal 48
i si.. .i. . •_ ii.:.. c
Unslacked Lime 80
Hailey Malt. 38
! live Malt . 34
j Oats. 32
Onions f>7
j Dried i’eaclies 33
Irish Potatoes.. HO
Sweet 1'otatoes 65
Teas. 80
live . 56
Uiue Grass Seed It
Glover Seed. 60
Flax Seed 56
Hemp Seed 44
Timothy Seed 15
Hungarian Seed 44
Course 4 ill 50
1 Fine Salt. 55
Turnips . 55
Wheat.
j Cotton Seed 33
r. MlTl IIrLL. s. c. NiTcnxr.L. T. II. HITCll nu.
F. MITCHELL & BEO'S.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Couimiaaioa Merchants,
AND DKAI.lil’S IN
Di<|iior<i. Fruit, Fish, Produce.
S. E. lor. St rund and ( bwtttiit Nt\»
junO- St. J.ouiH. Mo.
JOHNSON & DAVIS,
DRUCrGr I STB,
KEEP ou hand a Urge assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Taint*. Oils. Perfumery,
Talent Medicines, Wines, Brandies, Whi.-key,
for me lies! purposes, which wc will sell low
for cash. Prescriptions end orders tilled
promptly. july21-tt
"i—ii'Wi "i«u— mmr—**r'■mmm -
nbiiw mammim.
WAMIR HROS. o. II- #rPAB. C. H. MYTR« I
TTALSSn, SHOO. & CO.,
WHOLB6ALK DEALERS IN
.4iVZ) jriJVWJm'AA'JM 0/’
pirn’s aud guys’ Clothing.
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AND J'-BBERS OP
Fane? and Staple Dry Good?,
LACES AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
BOOTS,SHOES AND HATS,
No. 229 Main Street,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
| No. 220 North Third St., Philadelphia. Pa.
april20~3m
VIRGINIA HOUSE,
(Formerly Hardwick House.)
NO’S. 61. 63 AND 65,
aua mh htimaet,
! •« 0 ~wj « m ^ mmf* WB*"BCSC*V* V
! MAM] «* »W|»< U1 mmi NJ h* «« mml *
WILLIAMS & GLOVER. Proprietors.
IfT ft. If ARDOR A V F,, formerly of Jackson.
t Teun., is with us, aud would be pleased
to sec his friends. apr2(M»in
W. S. PICKET r. J.M I JOY.
i KALPH WOKMKHLBY. JOHN D. IISSKEY.
| W. S. Pickett &; Co..
mynrmms,
—AM>—
: General Commission Merchants,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
'JAMES A. I’AIJfE JACK nORKE.
WORMELEY, JOY & CO,,
Cotton factors.
WHOLESALE
Grocers and Produce Merchants,
SI© rroni fit., Memphis, Xe:au.
I T will be seen by the above anti, nucemant,
. that wo have established a branch of our
i houae in Now Orleans, under the management
of Mr. W. 3. Pickett, au o'd tin expnienced
j cotton merchant in the New Orleans trade,
j thereby offering to o ar customers the advant
' ages of either market for tuo sale of cotton
i and purchase of supplies.
jau5- wORMELEY. JOY & CO
DR. D JULY’S
ARTIFICIAL
I.1XJS A->.' U A It XI S.
!_
Iho Anatomical B -11 & Sock®*-Joint d
L E Cm
Hat Sid«-3fotion at the Ankle like the
X-tural 0>se.
\o. I59‘i Main St.. Memphis, Teun.
LEWIS LOCKWOOD, General Agent
Send for pamphlet augll-Gm
MAJ. It. II. POE,
or WHITE COUNTY, ARKANSAS,
IS OCII TRAVELING AGENT, AND
R. R. POE
i His sun, is with us in tbr store, Tom McKe
on'j Old Stand, No. 176 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE,
i Where sc keep a large supply of all kiaus of
&&G<5S&3S8t
—AT—
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I)ARTICULAK attention paid to the selling
of Cotton All Cotton and other Produce
| consigned to us, is covered by insurance, uu
I less otherwise instructed.
! t'eb'l- NEVUS <f- ROSE.
i U. K. POE. NEVI1.S A ROSE.
j R. R POE & CO.,
titaramtoion JUrrckutiji,
West l3ojnl. ,A.rk.
VV have on hand :. full supply of ail kinds
J of Groceries, an- would lie plca-cd !•>
Lave our friouus and th» public generally to
| call aud ace us. Our stoc-. is large, and we
shall keep all articles usually found in a firat
class Grocery House. Wo h.ue on 1 and, and
j for sale,
BA( OX,
flour,
LARI',
.SUGAR.
COFFEE.
BICE, 1
SALT.
ME A I,,
MOLAssKs,
< AXDLI S
SOA1’,
SALT.
CANDY,
FRUIT,
1’ll’K LES,
And a variety of other articles too numerous
to mention.
The highest cash prices paid for ail kinds
of country produce. Hides, Peltry, etc., in
Goods at cash prices,
it. ii. roe & co.,
It II. POE, A gout.
West Point. Yrk., April 6, lstif.
llacoii!
I ItsT received, 10,000 pounds No. 1 Bacon,
t* uud fur sale *■>
^.1 SIM.- ALLEN
I)E8 ARC Al»VFKWESTS.
A. STEWART, itf
Stewart,OalSreatli ft Sixer. New Orletina
W. STEWART, of
Oalbrentli. Stewart ft Co., MoDiphir
HUGH STEWART. A D. GWYNNE.
IW Are, Arkan«ar.
T. n. ITAYLEY, Dea Are, Arkansas.
Stewarf, Gwtacte & Go.,
AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Hardware,
FURNITURE ETC.,
1 > E S V K C , A It Tv .
Our stock embracer tlic following articles:
BACON, CORN,
ELDER, MEAL,
CANDLES, COAL OIL,
COAL OIL LAMI S, COALOIL LANTERNS
LARD OIL, TANNERS OIL,
GUNS, AMMUNITION,
IRON, ’ NAILS,
CASTINGS, COOKING STOVES,
TIN w A K E, WOOD E N - W ARE,
STONE W A RE Q C EE NS W AI1E,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
KiflVES AND FORK.1 .
O 4. lie .A .» U vl. »» •- .
1! VSrS AND FILES.
HORSESHOE NAILS,
LOCKS, HINGES. CHAINS.
OK \bS ROPE. GL.ISSUED SASH,
TAINTS AND FVTTT,
>: u: vns and homes.
BEIDLI.3 AND SADDLES,
FEDSTE \DS. LCD NOT. ,
BABY CRIBS, SAFES.
TABLES AND CHAIRS.
Together t> i<Ii a Ury aesrrtjaeet • f ti’ffu!
and fancy am icL’S. Vi'c rcrpectfully invite the
public to au examination cf cur ftock xn-i
price*.
-We pay the highest rafre for Often
and other country product*.
junto- JBTLWART. OWYKffS & CO.
~~i5^.TJ€3r^V
A TTF.I.I SELECTED STOCK OF
FRESH DRUGS,
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
School Hooks and Stationery,
Paint*. Oil*. Pye-Rmff*, Window-Glass. Per
fumery. Patent Medicines, Wines. Brandies,
Whiskey, formodieinal rurpoeei.
Dromgoolc’s celebrated Southern Rcrneuiee.
Invariably for cash, at small profit*.
ju!21 J, H. BI R\ET.
C. A. JUDSON,
ummu mu JD3H23L
Manufacturer of
SA6H. BOOKS, EI.IND8,
And dealer in
GLASS AND PUTTY.
rilHANKFUL for past patronage and solicits
JL a continuance of the same.
jan26-ly
THE TIKE OF THE END!
THE PROPHECIES
EXPL AT1STED''
A NEW AND INTERESTING WORK
JUST PUBLISHED, BY
M. SAMUEL TARVER.
This work aims at the UNFOLDING
OF TRUTH; discusses freely
Nebuchadnezzar's Dream,
Daniel's Y'islou,
AND OTHER PROPHECIES,
Arguing from them, when the END OF
EMPIRE SHALL BE. Everybody
should have a copy.
For sale at J. M. Ben sky's Ditto
Store.
J. D. Adams, formerly of Dean,
Adams & Gaff.
P. J. Cockburn, formerly of Oahev,
Ilaw kius & Co.
ADAMS &. COr&lII'RK,
COTTON FACTORS
-AS1>
Eoamusaion Merchants,
\ o . 10 I \ I » \ S T It CUT,
IVesV Oclennn.
innyl2-6iu
TROY ABYKRTISFMEVTS.
afflicted /
SUFFER 1N0 MO RE
When Ly the neo of HR. JOINVII.LE'9
ELIXIR you cnn be cured permanently, and
.1 » triflinp cnet.
The astonishing success which has attended
this invaluable medicine fo*- Physical and
Nervous Weakness, General Debility and
Prostration, tqs? of Muscular F.ncrgy. Impo
tence. or any of tho consequence* of youthful
indiscretion. Jrcnders it the most valuable
preparation over discovered.
It will remove all nervous affections, de
pression. excitement, incapacity to study or
business, loss of memory, confusion, thought*
of self-destruction, fears of insanity. &c. It
will restore the appetite, renew the health of
those who have destroyed it by sensual excess
or evil practices.
Young Men, be humbugged no more by
“Quack Doctors’' and ignorant i mctifiouerA,
but send without delay for the Elixir, and he
nt one*' restored to health and happiness. A
Perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every instance.
Price, $1. or four bottles 10 one address. $3.
One bottle in sufficient to effect a cure in all
ordinary cases.
ALSO. DR. JOINVILLES 8PECIFIC
PILLS, for the speedy and permanent cure of
Gonorrhca.Gleet,Urethral Discharge*. Gravel.
Stricture, and all affections of the Kidney*
and Bladder. Cure* effected in from one to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable
pxtrftet'a that arc harmless on the system,
and never nauseate the stomach or impreg
nate the breath. No change of d!ct is neces
sary while using them, nor c'oes their action
in any manner interfere with business pur
suits. Price. $1 per box.
Either of the nbove-mcnfionrd article* will
be sent to any address, closely denied, and
post-paid, by mall or express on receipt of
price. Address all orders to
BEUGEF. SIIUTT8 & CO., Chemists,
feb23-ly No. 285 River St.. Troy, N. Y.
There comcth glad tidings of joy to all.
To young sud to old, to great and to small;
Tho beauty which once was so precious and
rare.
Is free for nil, mid all may b* fair.
By 5Uc use off
CHASTELLAR'S
WHITE LIQUID
EIST^lMTSL,
For Improving and Beautiiying the Com
plexion. Tho most valuable and perfect pre
paration in use. for giving the skin a beaut i
ful pearl like tint, that ij only found in youth.
It quickly removes Tan, Frcctclos, Fituplen.
Blotches, Moth Patches, SallownceM, Evic
tions, aud all imparities of the .“kin. kindly
healing the sane, leaving the skin white and
i.hii r r.x alabaster. Its use cannot be detected
by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable
preparation is perfectly hsnnlecs. I: is the
only article of the kind used by the French,
nn i • • iviiMumu ill iijv. i u r •> muic
posable to a perfect toilet. Upwards ot
80.000 bottles were sold during the pa*! year,
a sufficient guarantee of r«* eff a- y Price,
on’v 75 cents. Sent by a»ail. post-paid, on
receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHUTTS & CO . CuouCms.
feb28-ly 118 > River St.. Troy, A. V.
fXCLLSIOE I EmELSIOB M
SMsram’2
Unit* Exterminator! i
l or Removing Supe; Cairns Hair.
To t!it ladies eppechl’y, ibi invaluable de
pilatory recommends ituolf ns bcin ; n'i almost
indispensable article to (Via:*.' • beauty, i
easily applied, doe* not burn or injure the
i An. but acta directly on • i.e root'*. It is
warranted to remove supt: Au.’us hair from
low forvbecdd, or from any part of the body,
completely, totally and n lically extirpating
Cue e.smc, leaving tbe eh in soft, smooth and
natural Thin i* tin only article used by the
French, arid is the only real effectual depila
tory in existence. Price 75 cent* per \ aek
sgc, scut post-paid, to any address, on re
ceipt of an order, bv
BERGER, SHUTTS & CO.. Chemi??*,
f Zb 23-1 y 285 River St . Troy. N. V
~ W HI S IC E n s
AMD
MET ST A.CTIT2S !
TpORCED to grow upon the smoothest face
1’ in from three to five weeks bv lining Dr.
SEVIGNE SRESTAURATEUR CAPUA AIRE
the most wonderful discovery in modern sci
ence. acting upon tlie Beard and Hair in an
almost miraculous manner. It has been used
by the elite of Pajis aud London with the
most flattering success. Names of all pur
chasers will be registered, and if entire satis
faction is not given in every instance, the
money will be cheerfully refunded. Price by
mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive
circulars and testimonial* mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists.
No. 285 River Street, Troy, N. V., Sole agents
for the United States. feb23-ly.
~~ BEAUTY.
Anburn Golden, Flaxen & Silken Curls.
I PRODUCED by the use of Prof. DEBJIEUX
. FRIZLR LE OHKVEUX. One application
warranted to curl the moat straight and stub
born hair of either sex into wavy ringlets, or
heavy massive curls. Has been used by the
fashionables of Paris and London, with the
most gratifying results. Does no injury to
the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid,
Si. Deaoriptive Circulars mailed free. Ad
dvass BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists.
No. 285 River St., Troy, N. V., Solo Agents
for the United States. feb23-ly
BROWN. JONES & HIELUHSH.
MOUTH WHITE RIVER,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING
-AND -
Commission Merchants.
»
Particular attention paid to Forwarding aP.
Good* consigned to them for White river,
aaglltf
S.“PEPPLES,
DEALER HI
DD Y GOODS,
Produce and Groceries,
—AND—
GENERAL RECEIVING. FO WARDING
-AKD
Commission |#crchaut,
OEfU.L'S QL1FF,
march i 7- i-ui
TOM'S SALOON.
DEV ALL’S BLUFF, AEK.
\\TIIO wants a good drink of
>» TINE LIQUOR!! > -
non bell in d the counter ut the
BEST SALOON
lu the place, ready to bAnSbut to all
it, the i ankst LigroHH that the market attard
No humbug! Givo Tom a call, un i if .vou
lore coo*I thing?, vou will be amtinfied.
* ' t’AUR & G.\U.AiiHFlV
I DR* ARC ADTMRTIseWEim.
1 J. Sima Allen,
GlIvERAL receiving, forwarding,
—AND—
Commission Merchant,
and deals* in
Groceries, Hardware, Furniture, &c>*
UF,S 1BC, ABBA'S AS.
Mr stock con detain purl, of the follow-'
ing articles:
BACOV. IARI>.
| FLOUR. SCO AR.
j COFFEE, MOLASSES,
RICE. MEAL.
SAIT CANDLES,
• CkSTIXGS, NAILS.
Coal OIL, LINSEED OIL.
r. \RD OIL. TURPENTINE,
STON E-W A RE. W OOD W ARE.
HINGES, LOCKS.
! RASPS. CHAINS,
j AUUERS. FILES,
('Oi l..'us. SAMS,
1 Ml IDLES NAMES,
POCKET KNIVES, ROPE.
1 OI. vs.S, TABLE CUTLERY.
PUT TV, PAINTS.
BEDSTEAD*, LOUNGES,
BUREAUS. CRIBS
■ TABLES, SAFE3,
1 CHAIRS
MATT RASHES—COTTON, SHUCK & n.AIP
j Together with a largo lot of useful Goods,
which I will sell low for C'.su,
Mr. Gf.o. W. Vahis and Mr. IlrcK B Ktx
path, always on hand to diepoac, but not to
: bo disposed of.
Dm Are, Ark., March 16, 1366.
Ides arc
SALOON!!
HO! everyone, that would bare something
good for the inner man 1 Old Peach and
liouoy, the finest Whiskey, Brandy. Wine aud
| Bitters of every kind. Sited up and accommo
, dated to the tnstt ol the
.HUNT FASTIDIOUS.
['rush Oy ter", Sardines, Crackers, Cheese.
Nuts. Fine Cigira, Fite Tobacco, Apples,
j r.-uite la fact., ererytlsinpertaining or
t-elongii'i: to a first cla-i Saloon, may be
I fou.nl on hand at the Dus Aite Saloon. on
Buena Vista St., next door to Johnson & Du
ns' Icug Store. Call and see that is all so.
J B. WILLIAMS.
Des Are. November 3. ISbti —tf
. - zzrTT* *»pJl
(Sureeseors to Moore ikt'o.,)
j
AND DEALERS IN
EINIE, fEMEST,
PLASTER. IIAIR,
COBS, O i l'S, ETC..
If you want Flour of all grades and prices,
2,0 to Walt & Co's.
If you want Lime, Cement or 1’laster, go
| to Walt & Co s.
If you want any kind of Feed, go to Walt
& Co's.
If you want fine Liquors, go to Walt & Co's.
If you want “Georgia Tine Top Whisky,”
i go to Walt & Co’s.
If you want to draw rations of all kinds,
! go to Walt & Co's,
Hand in your requisitions on green paper,
i countersigned by one Mr. Spinner, and you
shall be satisfied.
nugt WALT & CO.
TEN EYCK- SOULE & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
FLOORING,
SHINGLES, SfC.,
Dos &re, Arkausas.
\TTE are manufacturing ami keep con
i' l atanily on hand, n large supply of
«WrU Reasoned Ciimbrv,
Of every variety of timber, both ROUGH and '
DRESSED. Machine matched Flooring, of
Pine and Cypress; Coiling, ami i general va
riety of
Dimension Lumber, Shingles, Etc.
HILLS CUT TO OHDLR.
Orders promptly filled when accompanied
with the CiSii.
We have also, in connection with the above,
ia good running order, a tii>t class
CORN M1IJ.,
And arc prepared to do all grinding that may
be sent to our Mills.
Aieul exchanged for Corn.
Ten Eyck, Soule & Co.,
De* Arc. .January 1, —jaud-lv
A. J j. lienjamin,
ftouisr. ^rcuic, £ign,
Carinate aad Ornamental
P AINTER.
HAVING permanently located in IX.« Arc.
would inform the citiieun of i>es Arc and
vicinity, that he ia ready to do any kind ot I
work iu Ids line on tdiort notice. Orders for
Signs, from a distance, promptly attended to. ,
Dee Are, Ark., April 0, 18(»V,
COTTON SCRAPERS.
)l\'T received, a lot of 4very's Im
proved Steel Cotton .scraper*.
Those in need of the artiel". should see iiieiu
before purchasing elsewhere lor sale cheat
by *
»p£7- STLW MIT UV V>*Xi: f: CO.
THE
B OOKL
A >f 1>
JOB OFFICE
IS NOW IN
OPERATION!
ALL KI.YDS OF
BLANKS
kFOIl
^^BB
»
'
, and Constables, ,
tfonstauMy &qjt cm Twntl
A X l)
PRINTED TO ORDER OV
SHORT NOTICE
AA’» I\ THE
AT THE
LOAVEST HArrE!«,
F01 CMS,
—-t » i
AVn have furnished ourselves with a
MACHINE PRESS,
And obtained the services of a good
And are now prepared to work as
CHEA1*. as any other office in
the State.
BUSINESS CARDS, Su to So PER
THOUSAND.
BU I- HEADS, sit PER REAM.
CIRCULARS, *12 1*ER REAM.
LETTER HEADS, Plo per REAM.
- —..
" *■ print on the very best paper,
and shall spare neither pains or labor in
■ he mechanical execution of our work.
tall on us, and sec that we will do
what wc say.
PHK X MATHEWS.

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