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New York World on Mr. Stanbery.
The New York World, of » late date, contained an article declaring that the ITon. Henry Stanbery. though an able lawer. is not a statesman, and nrging him to resign his position in the cabinet. The World saya: “It is not mere logic, however vieorous and. unanswerable, that constitutes states manship. but the ability to extract the moat good and exclude tho most evil from any given situation. Is the overbearing rigor of Coneruau greater or less in conse qnenre of Mr. Stanbery's manifestations ? We suppose nobody questions that it is greater. That a statesman should have foreseen this consequence s implied in the very meaning of the word ; a wise fore cast of the future being the chief atribute of statesmanship The July meeting of Congress was so obvious, almost ao necessary a conse quence of Mr. Stanbery's opinions, that we pointed it out immediately on the pub lication of his opinion, and tho wh.de country inferred it from his second. The evils which were not law, he provoked Congress to make so Commanders wh.. were restrained by doubts before, had their doubts all removed by the new act of Congress, whieh Mr. Stanbery occu ■ioned. He is no statesman if he did this onwitingly; still less a statwman if he brought it about by design. It was bet ter for the South that the law should have remained doubtful in all these point* in wliioh Congress Ims changed it. It Mr. Stanbery had acted in the spirit of a statesman be would have given the Presi dent orally nud privately hie opinion of tho law. and have advised him to make in May the change of commanders whieh lie has deferred till lute in August If the President had pat Gen. Thomas in Gen. Sheridan’s place in June, and replaced Gen Sickles by a pronounced Republican of natural moderation of character, there would have been no meeting of Congress, and the unrelieved ambiguity of the origi nal law would have been favorable to the South during he progress of rcconstruc tion, and have been a convenient justifi cation of the Generals afterward. Mr. Stanberv having neither strengtnened the President nor benefited tho South, there is no reason why sny well wisher of the country should deprecate his resignation ’ An Amusing Incident of the Late War. When the Confederate army of North ern Virginia, under Gen. Joa. E John ston, was stationed at Centreville. just af ter the first battle of Manassas, the orders in regard to leaves or furloughs were posi tive. None were to be granted without a surgeon'» certificate of disability. Major T. O. Rhett, now the able Super intendent and i'ecretary of the Mechanics' and Agricultural Fait Association of Lou isiana, was acting in the dual capacity of adjutant general and chief of staff; his duties were consequently very arduous, and he experienced no little annoyance from persistent applications for leave-. One man's mother was ill, another's father was dying, and so on ad infiuiium. Ear ly one morning while the Major was im mersod in the onerous duties of his office, a soldier entered and petitioned with streaming eyes for leave, eay'ng hit wife end seven children —ere down with ye! low fever in New Orleans, and were dy ing He was informed the orders were positive, and no furloughs could be grant ed. Scarcely had he departed with a mein of hopeless dejection, when another soldier entered, looking, if anything more woebegone than tho other; he had ‘a wife and fire children dying, and couldn't he have a furlough ?” ‘ Not enough, my man. not enough,” said the Major, “there wee a man just ahead of yon, with a wife and seven children, all dying.” The fel low looked abashed for a moment, but soon recovering his self possession, burst into a laugh, exclaiming, as he turned to leave, "You got me there, Major—you got me there 1” S9* During the <event war. an Eng lishman and an Irishman belonging to the -th regiment, when going into the battle of Antictam agreed that if either were wounded the other would immediate ly convey him to the hospital, and see tha. ho was proporly eared for. Soon after the battle c. mmenced the Englishman wa etruck in the leg by a minnie ball, and hu UKUOU uu< A at tunt uc naa Mil m mu leg." The faithful Irishman at once shouldered his friend and started for the hospital. Itefore be had proceeded far. the head of the unfortunate Kngliahm m was carried away by a shell. Of this fa c Pat was igo >rant, and he kept on his w ly to the hospital. Ilis colonel, seeing the condition of the Englishman, rode up to Pat and informed him that he need m>< i carry off dead men—that his friend hau ! lost his head. Upon this the disuiuyeu , Irishman droppod his burden, and ex-1 claimed, in tones of disgust “The lying j devil, be tould me, ’twas bis leg." i*^» -- M9* A poverty stricken Frenchmen . being interrupted by his wife one nigh' with theory of—Get up Jacques there'.' a robber in the house—calmly replied,— Hush, dou’t let us disturb him. Let him ransack the house, and if he finds any thing of value we'll get up and take it away from him. A Strakoe 8tort,—The following story, which is going the rounds, ehould be read with some degree of! Allowance: We have recently seen a well authen ticated account ot uu old muu In an ad* joining county, wlto always paid lor ' his newspaper in advance, and kept square with the printer, and up to u recent date he never had a spell o! sick ness nor toothache, ilis children never cried at night; his cpws always came up regularly, the trost never kill- • ed his vegetables aud his chickens laid more eggs than he knew what to do with NEW8ITEMS. -A swimming academy lia* Jnsl been started in New York and lakes well. —Burglars have begun lo take U| their residence in closed houses in New York. Hundreds of tenements are to rent. -^The Rothschilds and other* have established a Hungarian bank with 16. 000.000 florins capital. -It is claimed that the New York Ledger has a weekly circulation 01 310.000 copies. —The Paris exposition ends on the 31st of October. -They have two-story street cars in Mobile, -Boston is to have Charles Dick ens for the first two weeks in Decem ber. He will leave England in Oc tober. -The brig Nellie Mitchell drifted into Key West a few days since, all hands on board being disabled with fever. M^At the regatta at Mississippi City on Monday, the yacht Adcoua won in the first class, and the Annie Laurie in the second. -Holland wants to drain the Zui derzee rather than allow it to be made a Prussian sea. -In Candia Redschid Pacha re cently burnt a monastery and threw a sick monk into the flames. -There are ice caves in Oregon with columns of ice and stalactites. Portland is supplied from an ice cav ern on the White Salmon river. -An English photographer is re ported to have invented a machine by which fitly photographs ot one person can be taken simultaneously. -A lady sixty years of age got I lost in the White mountains recently. ! and spent a night alone in the woods, j —Many thousands of people, from j all parts of Christendom, hare this year j visited Natural Bridge, the great curi | ositv of the State of Virginia. -Little girls in New l ork earn a livelihood by picking up peach stones, which arc sold to druggists, confec tioners and uttrserynien. A new printing press has been in vented at Norwalk, Conn., that will print fifty thousand pages per hour. -By command of the pope, all bar-rooms and saloons must be bloscd during the throe days of the Alabama election, commencing on the first of I October. -The New Orleans Crescent says: The “Dickens hat,'’ “Dickens cut.’’ “Dickens house,” and innumerable edi tions of Dickens are to be thrust upon I us this winter. -With Grant in the war depart ment, Butlers breech-loading rifle con tract will come to grief. -By the latest official reports in Great Britain, it appears that the Eug lish race grows in those Islauds at the rate of 1000 a day. -The publication of the works of ! the Emperor Maximilian has obtained j immense success in Austria and in ! South Germany. The first edition of j the four volumes has already disnp ! peared from the shelves of the book sellers. -The yellow fever has assumed an epidemic form in Galvis:on, Iudiauola and other Texan gulf ports, while at New Orleans it is raging beyond prec edent since or during the war. The past week the deatiis have averaged thirty per day. -The Prussian journals are eager to prove that Frauce wants war. The French newspapers try to convince their readers that their country is tor peace. -It is said that six thousand copies of the queen’s book, “Early Years of the Prince Consort, ’ have already been sold, aud that another edition is in the press. -Louis Napoleon is coquetting with Austria and Southern Germany. On the other hand it is affirmed that a military convention was agreed upon between Russia and Prussia. -The New York Gazette opposes bar-room drinking for the weighty reason that the undue familiarly which 1 j belongs to it is ruinous to all elegance j of manner. —The London Times, In an edito i rial referring to Napoleons intentions, : i sav* the chances of war and peace in I Europe rest for the pretcut with the i French Emperor. —In Georgia, Gen. Pope has re- ' j iused to furnish the number of voters registered at the close of each day. ; Another dodge of the liadicult, wc 1 presume, to get control of the slate at the next election. -Before the late German war there appeared in Prussia a pamphlet dis paraging the military capacities of( Austria. A pamphlet appeared re cently in Prussia proving that the French army is less lormidable than it seems. How to SxLtcr a Win—The fol , lowing is from the pen of a man who ••loved not w »e y, but too well,” and g t married: The way to ju lge of a woman s ch wai ter at first sight, is to aacciiam l\yi color of her petticoat. A black petticoat indi cates low spirits, a hatred of woahtubaeud activity, and a taste for dyspeytie Inera tuie and quietude. A lady a no wean a black petticoat could no ui we read and uuderstnud this paragraph than she iv uld suck up the vtiautic with a thiee-cvui syringe. A white petticoat »h“W* a char after just the opposite—an uumihed mind and a tas c for romance. A woman who takes uatnrally lo white petticoats. .ad never nears any other t an n.atiu m i. which young gentlemen it 11 till u.!a, u, i'llVIIICs shouiil lose UU llUie to }tty ‘Jut aueutiou. The red petticoat, husrur. is something of wbtuh mankind ah uid be ware , it is the insiguia of Aani.ppe stylo of letuales who eui I In. r nM ua-»- , with their Husband'* r 11 ■ .f LANDINGS AND DISTANCES On White River and Tributaries. (From Memphis to mouth White Riv er, 175 miles.] WHITE niVF.R. From mouth White river to Richards’. l| Cut Off 5 r Wild Goose Bayou ! ill 15 Prairie Landing 71 22 La Grew 2 21 Or Bow#. 5 29 Scrub Grass . 5 31 Foot Little Island U)' 4-1 Head .. y.. «j 50 Foot Big Island i 4 54 Big Creek .... | 18; 72 Indian Bay . 2 74 Head Big island. 4 78 St. Charles 0 84 Anderson's Bluff 1 85 Maddox's Bay. 9 94 Crocket's Bluff 3 97 Adam's Bluff. 8 105 Cascoc. 10 115 Aberdeen . 10 125 Mrs. Hatch's 2 127 Walnut Ridge 2 129 Clarendon . 9 135 Warsaw . 9 141 Crooked Point Cut Off. 9 150 Miller's Bluff 15 105 Arkapola . 7 172 Devall’s Bluff. 4 170 Surrounded Hill 2 ITS Buena Vista. 2 180 Hidden Bluff 5 185 Little llill . 3 1.88 John Wright’s 2 190 Wattcnsaw . 2 192 Foot Trimble Island. 1 193 Head Trimble Island 3 190 Capt. Taylors ... 5 202 Des Arc . 9 210 Arch Hutchins’ 5 215 McCarthy's .. 3 2!8 Pryor’s Wood yard 4 222 Peach Orchard Blnff. 12 234 Nigger Hill . 5 239 Little lied River. 12 251 Gregory's Landing. 12! 203 Gray’s Bend.... 19 273 Augnsta. 9! 282 Chambers’. 3 285 Taylor's Bay. 1 286 Wilkinson's . 2 288 Cole's Landing 5 293 Rock Roe . 1 294 Dudley’s Dread. 15 309 Petty Glaize. 7 310 Mill'Creek. 12 328 Grand Glaize . 4 335 Little Island . 3 3:18 Village Creek . 8 344 Reed's Bar. 4' 348 Newport .! 3' 351 Elizabeth . E 3;>2 Jnoksonport . 0 358 McGuire's. 13 371 Hardin Hulsey’s. 4 375 Morgan Magnus. 6 381 Batesvillo . 15 396 North Fork . 100 496 Buffalo City. 15 511 Tolbert’s Ferry . 20 531 Debuquc . 45 576 Forsvthe . 40 616 Mouth Bull .’ . 20 030 BLACK RIVER. Jaeksonport to Mouth Strawberry. 60 i Powhatan . 40 100 Pocahontas. 40 140 CURRANT RIVER. Pocahontas to Cherokee Bay . 60 Doniphan . 40 100 LITTLE RED RIVER. From mouth to Esquire Lindsey's. 1 Philip Crise's. 9 10 Goslin's . 2 12 Knight’s . 4 10 Mat. Bowden’s 2 18 Harrison Brown’s . 4j 22 Granny Aiken’s . 1 23 Judge McDaniel's . 3 20 Joseph Wright's . lj 27 1 Mrs. Aiken’s . 1] 28 John Terry’s 2 30 West Point. V ;30V Kelly's . 1 31 V Mosier’s V: 32 Kinder & Hutcliins’. V 32V Mark Young’s . 2 34V John Cook's . V 3§ i Kim Harris’ .. ,V 35'* Alexander Crawford’s. 2 37.V William lowry’s . 38 A. Vantnetre’s .'. I 39 Prospect Bluff. 2 41 T. Young’s . 'sHV i Daniel Cook's . V 4^ | Col. Prince’s . V 42'j Buckley's Gin . 44V Searcy Landing .. V | 48 ' WETgHTSTvnS MEASURED~ TER BUSHEL. Articles. Pounds. Dried Apples. 24 Bran . 20 Barley. 48 Beans. 30 (tow Pens . 00 White Beans. 00 Castor Beans. 40 Buckwheat. 52 Stone Coal. 80 Shelled Corn.. 66 (torn in (lie car. 70 Corn Meal . 48 Plastering Hair. 8 Unslacked Lime. 80 Bariev Malt. 38 - Rvc Malt.. 34 j Oats . 32 ; Onions . 57 Dried Peaches. 33 I Irish Potatoes . 60 | Sweet Potatoes. 55 Pons. 60 Rve 56 Hiuc Grass Seed 14 I Clover Seed.60 Klnx Seed. 5(5 Hemp Seed. 44 Timothy Seed . . . 45 Hungarian Seed 43 Coarse Salt 50 Fine Salt. 55 Turnips . 55 Wheat . 60 Cotton Seed 33 V. NITCMSLL. t.C. MITCHELL. T. H. MITCIIILL. F. MITC1ELL & BRO'S., WUMXILE GROCERS, I Coiamiuioa U«rehauU, AS1> PEALERU IS Llquer*. tin It. risk. Produce. A A l« MnN sa« (Mnl Ms . jaad Hi. 1 .oniw. Mo, JOHNSON k DAVIS, Wholesale \ Retail DRUGGISTS, m ARC. ARKANSAS, r Kt fcC •* IsumI a Wt*»•»» .. *1 bntf • ('» . i*. '»t"» 4 wkwk »• will mm. .*« ** mmk. rff*«rifo*M mmI »r4»n tli«4 T4*-^?*** tofrvtl.tf ) DRYGOODS —at eastern PRICES!! Having recently purchased McLaren & Ifayloy's ENTIRE STOCK —OF— Pry Goods, Boots, Shoes. • • flats, Etc. WE OFFER IT AT "W lioelsiaic I** ices For the next Thirty Days, In order to make room for the large stork ol SPUING GOODS now on the way. We say to the farming commu nity, if you want a bargain now is your time. We solicit nn examination of our whole stock, consisting of GROCERIES, DRV GOODS, ROOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, STOVES AND TRIMMINGS, FURNITURE, TINWARE, WOODENWARE, CASTINGS. ETC., ETC. Give ns a call and examine for yourselves; we try lo keep nothing but what will stand inspection STEWART, GWVNNE & CO. marSO %’STAK’,’ | BILLIARD AND DRIKING Saloon, Boon* Yista Streep DES ARC, ARKANSAS. 4 LL kinds of Liquors, Wines, Brandies, j Segars. Tobacco, Ac., constantly on hand j Don't forget the place to have a game of BU- \ liard* or get a good drink. ap. 27-ljr. _ STEAM SAW AM) GRIST MILL! j rnilF. undersign* . hm n- w in complole run I ning order, hi. SI (Mill SnM nnu Gr st Mill. U miles nor.hwest of Des , | Arc. (on Bay"ii Des Arc.) where he is pre i pared to furnish Oak. Cypress and Gum lum I ber, of any sire or dimension j aprlS fun M. SHETTER. I “ ~ ■' I Hailev & Warner. i CASH DEILERD IS Groceries and Provisions, Des Arc, At lmnsa . Are in receipt of a large an * fresh supply of Goods; and having purchased their stock i after the late decline of Goods East, they fee! confident of their ability to please their many friends and customers, both in regard t< Price and Quality of Goods. Terms, cash, and prices to correspond Des Arc, Arkansas. June 29. 18G7. tts.. ms&mr WATCHMAKER —AND— JEWELER, ihtlcrsvili.il - irkaysis. H\S on hard, a nice stock of Watch os. Clocks, Jewelry and Fancy Articles. Also, will repair Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, Musical Instruments, etc. In connection with the above, I have a PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Wh ore any kind of a Picture can he taken. apr20-6m .T R. FISCH E88ER K. R POE. KKVILS * ROSE. R. R. POE & CO„ —AND— Commission iUrrrluutts We^t Point Ark w* have on hand a full supply of all ktnda of lil ot'trlts, and would be pleaatd to have our friends and tho public generally to call and sea us. Our stock is large, and wa shall keep all articles usually found is a first class (irooery House. We have on hand, and , for sale, BACON, FLOUR, LARD. 1 SUGAR, COFFEE, RICE, SALT, MEAL, MOLASSES, CANDLLS, SOAP, SALT, CANDY, FRUIT, < PICKLES, And a vancty of ether ankles too numsrons I# IJKtlUMi. * la big .set eath priter paid for all kinds i e< t p Hide., Peltry, s'e., is t U. H. POE ft CO., K U. Plifc, Agent. Wwr.i' Ark , April A. l«r.7. BEN ARC AliVERTISSMEBTa. V STEWART. of Stewart. Oalbreath k PI **r, New Orlea .« W STEWART, of Oalbreath. Stewart k Co., Memphit. HUGH STEWART, A. D. OWTNNE. Pea Are, Arkanaaa T. II. ITAYLEY. Pea Are. Arkanaaa. Stewart, Gwyoae & Go., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, FURNITURE ETC., DES ARC, ARK. Our stuck embraces the following article*: BACON, CORN, FLOUR, MEAL, CANDLES, C >AL OIL. COAL OIL L AMPS, COALOII. LANTERNS, LARD OIL, TANNERS OIL, GUNS, AMMUNITION, IRON, NAILS, CASTINGS, COOKINO STOVES, TINWARE, WOODEN-WARE, STONEWARE. QUEENSWARE, l.AIll 1 XiK 3 UJU1.C, KNIVES AND FORKS. BUTTS AND SCREWS. RASPS AND FILF8, HOUSE SHOE NAILS, LOCKS, • HINGES, CHAINS. OR \SS ROPE. GLA8S AND SASH. PAINTS AND PUTTV. COLLARS AND IIAMF3, ' BR'DLF.8 AND SADDLES, BEDSTEADS, LOUNGES, | BABY CRIBS. SAFES. TABLES AND CHAIRS, i Together with a large UMortment of uaeful an I fancy article*. We re*peetfully Invite the • public to an examination of our atock ana ' price*. I -We pay the higheet rate* for Cotton j anti other country product*. ! juniii- STEWART, OWYRKE A CO. DH.TTGrS! A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF . FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, School Books and Stationery, Paint*. Oita, Dyc-Rtuffa, Wlndow-GU»», Per fumery, Patent Aledieinee, Wine*, Brandies, Whiskey, for medicinal -urpoie*. Prnmroole'* celebrated Southern Remedleo, invariably for cash, at email profit*. Jul21 J. N. Bl'RtET. C. A. .TUDSON, mmmi m jdjsjiie, Manufacturer of ■ASH. DOORS, BLIEDB, And dealer in GLASS AND PUTTY. THANKFUL for pact patronage and aolielt* a continuance of the earn*. jan28-ly If TIME OF THE END! THE PROPHECIES EXPLAINED " A NEW AND INTERESTING WORK jc»t rcBLiano. »r DA. SAMUEL TARVER. Thi* work aim at the UNFOLDING OF TRUTI1; diaouaeee freely Nebuchadnezzar's Dream. Daniel's Tlslon. ▲HD OTHER PROPHECIES, Arguing from them, whon the KND OF UMPIRE SHALL BE Everybody should have a copy. For aale at J. M. Busitir’e Dico Stor*. J. D. Adame, formerly of Dean, Adams A Gaff. P. J. Cockburn, formerly of Oakey, Hawkins A Co. ▲DAMS A cocautas, COTTON FACTORS -AVD gooamiasion Merchants, No. 40 UNION ITBEETi Now Orleans. msy I'.’-vim TROT *OTERTlSB«Wrra_ AFFLICTED! SUFFER NO MORE! When by the me of DR- JOINVILLK 8 ELIXIR you cun be cured permanently, and *t a trifling cost. The astonishing success which has attended this invaluable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness. General Debility and , Prostration. Loss of Muscular Energy. Impo teney. or any of the consequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it the most valuable preparation ever discovered. It will remove all nervous affections, de pression. excitement, incapacity to study or hueiness. loss of memory, confusion, thoughts 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. Toung Men. be humbugged ne more by • Quack Doctors" and Ignorant practitioners, but send witLout delay for the Elixir, and bo at once restored to health and happiness A Perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every instance. Price. $1. or four bottles to one address. $8. One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary cases. ALSO. DR. JOINVILLBS SrECirif PILLS, for the speedy and permanent cure of Oonorrhea.Qlert.Drethrnl Discharges. Gravel Stricture, and all affections of the Kidneys and Rladder. Cure* effected In from one to Are days They sre prepared from vegetable extracts that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the stomach or impreg nate the breath. No change of dirt is neces sary while using them, nor foes their action in any manner interfere with business pur suits Price. $1 per box. Either of the above-mentioned articles will be sent to any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or express, on receipt of price. Addr •• all orders to RERGKR. 8HCTT8 A CO.. Cheml-fs. feb28-ly No. 286 River St .Troy. N. T. There eometh glad tidings of Joy to all. To young and to old. to great and to snail; Tho beauty which once was so preoiout and rare. Is free for all. and all may be fair. By Ihe use off CHASTELLAR’S WHITE LIQUID EIST^lMTRL, Por Improving and Beautllying the Com piexion The must valuable and perfect pre paration in use. for giving the ekin a beauti ful pearl-like tint, that is only found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles. Pimples. Blotches. Moth Patches, Sa-lowness, .Erup tions. and all impurities of the skiu, kindly healing the same, leaving the ekin white end clear as alabaster. Its u.«o cannot he detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable pi ui mju ib jjvi ivvuj uniuiirB? jv jb > uc only article of the kind used by tho French, and is considered by the Parisian as India penialde to a perfect toilet. Upwards ol 30.000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufficient guarantee of ita efficacy Price, only 76 cent). Kent ty mail, post-paid, on receipt of aa order, tv BEROER, SHUNTS & CO.. Chemists. febIS-ly 235 Riser St., Troy. X. Y. EXCELSIOR! _EXCELSIOR! I cammars Hair Exterminator!! F»r Removing Sapcrllnocs Ilalr. To tht ladies especially, tiiis invaluable de pilatory recommends itsell as being an almost indispensable article to female beauty, is easily applied, doe* not burn or injure the skin, but acta directly on the roots It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foreheads, or from any part of the bo ly. completely, totally and radically extirpating the eame, leaving the ekin soft, smooth and natural This is the only articls used by t..e French, andle the only real effectual depila tory In existence. Price 75 cents per pack age, cent poet paid, to any address, on re ceipt of an order, hy BEROER. SHUTT8 & CO Chemists. feb23-ly 285 River St , Troy, N. Y. WHISKERS AMD MUSTACHES ! FORCED to grow upon the emoethest face in from three to five weeks by using Dr. SEVIO.NE SRESTAURATEURCAPILi AIUE the most wonderful discovery in modem sci ence. sc'ing upon the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It has been used by the alite of I'ajia and 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 re'unded. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid. $1. Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad dress BEROER. 8HUTTS A CO.. Chemists. No. 286 River Street. Troy, N. Y , Sole agents for the United States. fcb23-ly. “BEAUTY. Auburn. Golden. Flaxen & Silken Cnrli. PRODUCED bv the u*o of Prof. DEBREUX FRI7.ER LE CHEVEUX. One application warranted to curl the most straight and stub born hair of either sex iuto wavy ringlet*, or heavy massivt curls. IIss been used by the fashionables of Paris aud London, with the most gratifying retulta. Does no injury to tbs hair. Price by mail, scaled ami postpaid $1. Descriptive Circulars mailed free. Ad dras. BEItOKR. 8HUTT8 A CO.. Chemists. No. 286 River St . Troy, N. Y., Sole Agents for the United States. feh23-ly Br.OWN* JONES A KELL RSH, MOCTII WniTK RIVER, RECEITINO, FOnTTARDIXG -AS» Commission Merchants. Particular attention paid to Forwarding all Goode eoneigoed to thorn for White rirer, tttglltf H. PEOPLES^ 0E1LEII IN DR Y GOODS, Produce and Groceries, -A» GENERAL RECEIVING. FO WARDING -AMP Commission ittrrchaut, dev 4li.'s nurr, Arkansas. mnIIMb TOM’S SALOONT DEV ALUS BLUFF, ARK. \\TIIO W ANTS A GOOD DRINK OF '' FINE LaQUOR!! Tom u ■ iw« MMeOii iu« coani«r ot Ui BEST SALOON la the piece rend* to hand nut to alt deeirirg < it. the i'leeer Liuroa* that the market afforde No hua.bug! Give Torn a call, and if you I lore goad thtuge. you will he eat tetied 1 ■ariT Carr a gai laghfr MB IM itrCMWCMENTS. 1 eJ. Sims Allen, GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING, —AKP— Commission Merchant, AX I, PKALSR I* Groceries, Hardware, Furniture, &c.« DBS ARC. ARKANSAS. Mr stock consists in part, of the follow ing articles : BACON, AARD. FLOUR, HUOtR. COFFEE, MOLASSES, RICE. MBAL. SAIT. CANDLES, CASTINGS, NAILS. COAL OIL, LINSEED OIL. LARD OIL. TURPENTINE. STONE WARE, WOOD WARE, HINOKS, LOCKS, RASPS, CHAINS, AUGERS. FILES. COLLARS. SAWS. BRIDLES. H.VUES, POCKET KNIVES, ROPE. GLASS. TABLE CUTLERY. PUTTY. PAINTS. BEDSTE \PS, LOUNGES, BUREAUS, CRIBS. TABLES. SAFES, CHAtRS. 'IATTRA8SKS—COTTON, SHUCK k IIAIR. Together with a Urge lot ef ueeful Goode, whiob I will eel! low for ca»*. Mr. Or.e. W. Yadbx and Mr. Bier B Kee nan,, always oa hand to dispoee. bnt not to ba disposed of. Dev Are, Ark., March 16, 1866. T>E aTc HOI every one, that wonld have eomething good for the inner man I Old Peach and Honey, lb« 6ne«t Whiskey, Brandy. Wine and Bitter* of every kind. Sued up and acoommo dated to the taete of the MOST FASTIDIOUS. Freeh Oysters, Bardinee, Craekere, Cheeee. Nute, Fina Cigars, Fina Tobacco, Apples. Friiite, Ac. In fact, everything pertaining or belonging to a Sret olaee Saloon, may be found an hand at the Dae Aar Saloom, on Buena Vi*ta St., neat door to Johnson k Da vie' Drug Store. Call and tee that ie all so. J B WILLIAMS. Dee Are, November 8, 1866.—tf WALT & CO., (Suceecesrs to Moore & Co..) . WHOLESALE t RETAIL AND DEALERS IN LIME, CEMEXT, PLASTER, HAIR, CORE, OATS, ETC., Si® Aft?,. Mi. If you want Floor of nil grades and prices, go to Walt A Co'a. If you want Lima, Cement or Tlaster, go to Walt A Co'a. If you want any kind of Fead, go to Walt A Co'a. If you want fin* Liquors, go to Walt A Co's. If yon want "Georgia Pine Top Whiaky," go to Walt A Co's. If you want to draw ration* of all kind*, go to Walt A Co'a, Hand In your requisitions on green paper, countersigned by on* Mr. Spinner, and you shall b* aatisfied. »ug4 WALT & CO. TEN £TCK. SOULE A CO., Lumber Merchants, AND DEALERS IN FLOORING, SHIN Q-LES, &C., Bos Are, Arkansas. WE are manufacturing ami keep con slant]; on hand, a large supply of SUM JScasnurtl iiimbrr. Of cvsry variety of timber, both ROCtlll ami DRESSED. Machine matched Flooring, of Pina and Cyprcsa; Ceiling, and a general va riety of Dimension Lnmber, Shingles, Etc BILLS CUT TO ORDER. Orders promptly filled when accompanied with the Cash. We have also, in connection with the above, ia good running order, a first class CORN MILL, And are prepared to do all grinding that may be sent to our Mills. Meal exchanged for Corn, Ten Eyck, Soule & Co., Dot Arc, January 1, lbti7.—janft-ly A. I-.- Ht-njamin, liouff, £ccnic. <$iqn Cartage and Ornamental PAINTER. HAVING permanently located in De$ \ro, would inform the citizens of Dee Arc and vicinity, that he ia ready to do any kind ot j work in hi* line on short notice. Orders for j 8igns, from a distance, promptly mt< uded to. i Dee Arc, Ark., April b. 18h7. COTTON SCRAPERS. JIST received, a lot of Avory’s Im proved steel Lotto* Sc-rupees. *bo»e in ueed of the article, should sec ttieui ' Iwtove purchasing elsewhere For sale chaap I | »P*7- STTW ART, C.WTWNI ft CO. ‘ t JOB OFFICE ib now nr OPERATION! * AIX IIKDI or BLANKS Bfor Clerks, Justices, and Constables, ionotanii} &'fpt on Sind AXD PRINTED TO ORDER OI SHORT NOTICE A5fD IS THE tkst ^tnlcufgrt AT THE lowest rates, I©$ SISE, We have furnished ourselves with a MACHINE PRESS, \nd obtained the aarvices of a ^ood And are now prepared to work m C'lllCA.I*. as anj other cffioe in Uc State. BUSINESS CARDS, $5 to $8 PER THOUSAND. BILL HEADS, $14 PER REAM. CIRCULARS, Sli TLR REAM. LETTER HEADS, $10 PER REAM. 1 * -■■■— ■■■ V\ E print on the very best paper, lud rball spare neither pains or labor in .he mechanical execution of our work Call on us, and see that wc will do shat we aaj. POK & MATHEWS.