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K. H. OAUt, Editor. DEB ABC, ABXAK8AS: BaWrtoy Itwmtof, <kt. If, W7. wmmsBBsaaesBBSBsmm^^^s THE SPEAKING ON MONDAY. Bloc* th« elc»o of the war our town has boon remarkably free from political excitement, and political spscchtt have been almost unknown. Wehavetbongh to chronlc’.o a change in this uninter rupted quietude in the instance of last Monday’* proceedings. Previous no tice having been given, abont 3 o’clock a respectable number of whites and quite a number of blacks assembled at the grove, mostly through cariosity, many of them having never heard a ne gro make a political spceob ; when the crowd had settled, Gray (colored) was called for and came forward in a quiet respectful manner and addressed him self to the audience. He said that the position and clrcnmstan^s of the black man—bis pcoplo—had changed with the nation, that the great question be fore the people was rcconstrpcllon and how It should be accomplished—that his people had been made free, and for them he was before the people to ask la the reconstructiou of the government that his people be granted equal rights before the law, and the privilege to educate their children, these two things was all ha claimed. He then proceeded to show how the educated black man would be superior to the ignorant as a laborer, and argued that It would be profitable to white and black to graut what he asked. Altogether, he made a sensible argumentative speech.' In the conclusion he made a happy allusion to the rapid development of the resources of Arkansas when confidence was once established between the employer and the employed. Daring his speech he was listened to with profound atten tion, and at the conclusion was heartily cheered. When he had finished a man calKng himself Brooks,Chaplain Brooks sometimes called, arose and commenced a speech that smacked too strongly of radicalism to be palatable to his hear ers. He spoke of the constitutional amendment as a certainly, and urged the people to reconstruct upon the Con gressional plan, but that if they would not, he guessed, he could stand it if they could. That we of the South might fly up and make much show for a little while, but when it came to cool 'bull dog pluck, that grabs a root and holds on and growls, we (meaning the rads we suppose,) will stay. Perhaps to me good may come of the epcechcB of the negro Cray, but what ie intend ed to be accomplished by the whipping la harangues of this mad Brooks, we car.nct see. For one we do not relish the dish, and our people arc no better pleased, nor are they any more ia tructed than we are. —__ • Rif* Our exchanges record the fact that the radical party of Pennsylvania aud Ohio is hopelessly defeated, while in Iowa the Democracy have gained largely in almost every precinct. In Ohio the Democrats have a majority in the House of 9 or 10 on Joint ballot; thus defeating Ben Wade for the United States Scuate. In Pennsylvania tho Democracy are largely victorious. We must confess that wo are not so jubi lant over their victories, as are some o( our friends, for we cannot see that we are particularly bcuofltted thereby. That of which we are glad, is the de feat of the radical party, for we do think that when this party is dethroned and the.people have time to think, that their delitysratiBns will create another party, having more wisdom thau either party now in existence, aud out of this new party shall come the salvation of the country, if indeed we can hope to be saved from national ruin. aar*Wc have received the proceed ings of the Radical Convention, which met at Devall’s Bluff on Saturday, with the resolutions passed by that body. We must confess that these resolutions are of a milder type thau was-expcctcd by many. The nominees, Messrs. Mc Cullough and Dotson, stand, we sup pose, upou these resolutions as a plat form, and if elected, will carry out tho order of proceodHre in them laid down. Tho following are the resolutions as adopted by the Convention : Resolved, That without carping or fault-finding with the prudent past ad ministration of the present military government over us we do most keen ly feel tho immense importance of re siding in a State controlled by a regu larly organised-and systematised gov ernment based on the inestimable elec tive franchise. Resolved. That we arc in favor of an immediate restoration of the State to harmonious relations in the Union, in direct compliance with tin? plans ami principles heretofore indicated by the legislation of the Congress of tho Uni ted State*. Resolved, That we most heartily and cordially invite all persons who are willing to faithfnlly support the government of the United States aud to be obedient to all laws enacted thereby, to join us iu our etforts to bring about an early reconstruction of the State. Resolved, That we respecrfully In vite the attention of immigrants to this fertile region of country, aud extend a hearty welcome to all persons briuging with them capital or energy for tho de velopment of ita unlimited resources, and also assure them that we shall use every exertiou in our power for the ad vancement of education—the progress of internal improvement aud the for warding of every movement which small teud to pro-note the welfare of socievv, the attractiveness cf tho locali ty and tno general prosperity of all. Resolved, That we shall boldly pro claim and firmly maintaiu the prfnri i pis* herein indicated, but that ft shall j be done ‘ with malice toward none,! with oharity for all,” with firmness iu j the right, as God gives us to see the j right, to do all that can be douo to *e- | cure a sincere, true, and lasting peace 1 among ourseives and a just and perma-1 uent government for the State of Ar- j ksnsaa. To esy that we do not endorse the above mentioned Convention, is not too little; it could not be expected of us, after what we have heretofore said, to advocate a Convention—even though the mildest possible poli-y be pursued —aud to instruct our readers in accord- ■ aucc with the second plank of thia platform, is not in harmony with oar fooling*. Tho congres-ional plan of reconstruction wo bollotc will not be acceptable to the people t>f Arkansas J and to throat npon them the view* pf Congress, as the principle* of the peo-1 pie, Is not sufficiently in keeping with that which they have heretofore prac ticed. We cannot believe that a con- j vcntlpn will redound to the good or credit of Arkansas; nor do wo believe it to be the policy of those who do vote for Convention to support such men as reflect Radical ideas and sentiments.— If we are to have a Convention—we do not believe we will—let ns us have it composed of such men as represent the true sentiments of the people, and not of those that reflect the sentiments of a small minority of the citizens of the whole State. gQT'We are requested to announce that there wilfbe a Mass Meeting at Brownsville on Monday Week—persons from every part of the county are in vited to attend. •9* The Little Rock Conference wilt meet at Des Arc on the 13th ef Nov. About sixty-five preachers and forty lay delegates are expected to be ip at tendance, beside* those not connected with Conference. Biebop E. M. Mar vin will preside. We liarn that the Yellow Fever Is raging as an epidemic in Memphis. Some sty there are 60 deaths a day, others 30, bnt all agreeing that it is cer tainly serious times in that city. tSJ* If Col. Pepper will consent to become a No Convention candidate, and pledge his efforts in opposition to any and all reconstruction save on a constitutional basis, he will receive the support of many V OTERS. -— l|l » To tKi People oj the State of Ark antat or tuck at may be Entitled to Vote at the eominy Election fired by Geu. Chd for the bth day, ( first Tuet day, ) of November, A D. 1867. Each of ns whose names appear to this paper, has received, from time to time, letters from various persons in the State, asking our opinion and advice as to the eourse to be pursued in the election above referred to. Upon consultition we have agree a upoa odcmiuu wi mswohi^ those letters) sad in eo doing we bat give oar opinions, end do not assume to direct any ope, or to dictate to any one. After a most careful and thorough con sideration of the reconstruction act itself, with all the rersoos for and against, which we have heard or read, we regard reoen strnctior. under that act as an impossibili ty. Some sort of restoration may be had under it, hut a reconstruction such as will give our people eqflal rights with others, and such as will secure to oor State and her citixen* fnll constitutional rights can not bo had under that measure, any reconstruction short of this would be a cruel mockery, and would result, in the end, in the certain degradation, prostration and complete ruin of th« State. As harsh and severe, and as odions as the millitary rule may be, prefer it infinitely to what must, of necessity follow any kind of res toration or reconstruction under that act. Therefore, a convention to bring about ! such a reconstruction as tlris bill contem plates is to be avoided as the worst of evils. And the convention is not needed to effect national restoration, or national integrity, certainly it is not necessary for any merely local purposes. This is more particularly true when in its proceedings, hundreds and thousands of our citixcns are not per mitted to have even a voice, but aro alto gether excluded from it, and besides arc disfranchised, acd branded as traitors and felons. We regard it then aa a sacred duty on the part of those who claim this aa their home, and who feels for the pride, honor, and prosperity of the State, to go to the polls ond vote against a convention, and at the same time to vote for cautions, prudent, wise conservative delegates, so that if a convention should be held, its proceeding will be controlled and directed with an as surance that the State will not be given up to destruction These are the views we entertain on this most important question aud tqey are submitted with a full conviction and a 1 perfect settee of the magnitude of the in ^ tercet at stake, DANIEL RINGO, T. A. TERRY. I. P- H.FARll. \VM. Q PENNINGTON S. C. FAl'LA'NER. TIIOS. J. CHURCHILL, JNO. C PKAY. V B AfOOR W. F ASHLEY JOHN HARRELL. A. U. GARLAND ; W E. WOODRUFF. SOL F. CLARK 611 AS. A- CARROLL. J. F. FAGAN R. C• NEWTON. GEO. C WATKINS. U. Jd. RONE. 1, B CUNNINGHAM JOS. STILLWELL. E II. ENGLISH, WH. CRAWFORD. Capitalist Left iu Disgust. Not man Ambrose, a brother of the I councilman from the .Second ward, j came to this city some time since from j Btiffhlo, N. A'., with a view of investing $200,000 In and about the city, but he became disgusted with the election farce on Saturday last and left yester day for hi# h^tne, having abandoned the idea of settling in free nigger Tenuessee. [Nashville Gazette. It has bceu urged as one of the stron-1 goat reasons why the people of Arkan-: sas should permit the negroes aud so journing radical otttcu-seekors to recon struct tlie state on the congressional plan that It would induce the influx of capital and emigrants. We could cher- 1 ish no greater de.nalott. Capital with I its characteristic timidity would avoid itiv.--tm.nts where igiformt, thriftless negroes ami violent unscrupulous I white* held the reins of government, it is notorious that the negroes look upon .their elective franchise only as a means of acquiring property, and be yond its nsenilr.esE for that purpose it has no valne in their eyes. It is only a few days since the conn try witnessed the great outrage upon the property owners of Richmond, of hordes of negroes who never paid a cent of taxes enenmbering the taxable property ofthc eityWlth amortgageof millions of dollars. In South Caroli na, white radicals and -negroes do irot hesitate toopenly avow their intention of taxing all bodies of lands exceeding eighty acres in extent, at such high val uation as will force owners to forfeit it to the State from inability to pay the taxes, thus confiscating a homestead to every negro. 'It has not been a fort night ago since one of the itinerant jabberers of radical Incendiarism in our own midst said that the new condition of affairs demanded a much higher as sessment ot the -value of lands, and that the new state government unde# the reconstrtiction act would see to it that land owners UtnAt pay much high er taxes than they have done hereto fore; that the owners of this character of property constituted an aristocracy Which was oppressing the laboring man, (negro,) and It hlflst be broken down by high taxes. With these facts staring them in the face, will capitalists come hither to put their property at the mercy of an agrarian mob? Will they not'rather follow the example of the'one mentioned in the extract above given 7 As for immigrationflowing in under negro rule, the proportion has not tbe merit of plausihjlfty when we recall tbe well known antipathy which is nat ural upon the part of foreigners to wards the negro. White men would not be apt to settle among a people who would make the ignorant black a voter and refuse the elective franchise to them until after five years residence. The quiet and peace whitffi capital aud immigration demand, will never result from disfranchising whites and the erection of negro governments here. The material which makes good citi zens will never seek a home in a state where Intelligence and property is not represented in its government, and where the proletarian mass of negroes and their more abandoned white allies possess the power of enriching them selves by plundering the property ol outlawed whites. If the white inen of the state, owner* of property aud friends of improvement, do not want a more effectual and practical confisca tion than the extremist radical in con gress has ever proposed, they must nrovpnt the state from fallinir into the hands of the radicals, so far as it lies in their power.—[1* K. Gazette. OY TELEGRAPH! NEW VOR4NL Nbw York, Oct. 16 Fcgietraticn fjr the election commenced Monday. The Express says there was a very large meeting of railroad managers, Mon day, ut which nearly nil of the principal western roaJs and great trunk tines were presented. There was a long discussion on various topics, and the feeling between the east and west was not ol a most har monious character. U was informally agreed to advance freights, bnt the time was not set. although the 1st. of Novem ber was generally concnreJ in. The trunk liues demand rheir pro rata of passenger fares, hut the western roads did not agree to do this although their representatives were willing to yield to the point in re gard to freight. The Herald's special says that Major Pierce, the officer that d^troyed a print ing office in Camden Ark., for some of fensive article published by the editor, has been sentenced by a court martial to forfeit his pay for a year, to bo degrad ed to the rank of captaincy, and to be rep rimanded in general orders. A proposition to rais a subscription fur Mrs. Lincoln's benefit, has received her sanction. About live hundred letters have besn addressed to prominent politi cians «nd clergymen calling upon them fur donations. A book has also becu open ed in Mr. Brady’s room in Broadway, where her wardrobe is on exhibition, for the same pitrposo. MEMPHIS. .Memphis, Oct. 16. The excitement in regard to yellow fe ver lias abated somewhat. A gre*t many persons have lefe the city; many are still leaving. 28 new cases reported in 2-4 hours eDeing at 6 p. m. yesterday, and six inter ment on Sunday. 47 cases reported. WASHINGTON. The following was issued this morning at the treasury department : “ This department is prepared to give 5:20 bonds ot 1867 in exchange for 7:30 notes, the interost to bo charged on the bonds and allowed on the notes up to the time of conversion : the mites to be for warded to tbe assistant treasurer at New York or to the department here at the risk and expense of the holders, and the bonds to be returned to the department. (Signed.) H. -WcOULLOOR, Secretary of the Treasury." BALTIMORE. Baltimore, Oct. 15. Gov. Swann, with hif? staff to day re viewed tho first division of the Mary land national gnsr Is. Maj. Gen. Power man commanding. There was in the line two battalions of cavalry two companies of artillery without guns r.nl iiia*: regiments of infantry, comprising from o,000 to 7,000 men. M',W ORLE ANS. * Nrw Orleans, Oct. 15. Interments from the fever to six this morning 39. The time of holding tho Louisiana agriculture fair ha* been post poned until the 7th January 1S681 GALVESTON. Galveston, Oct. 15. Yesterday then* was only two new cases cf yellow f*\er. Four interments in the past 48 hours. MARKET*. Louisville. Oct.16. Elour, 88,50 fur super line; cotton firmer at 17 ; mess pork dull at $43,50; bacon easier, shoulders ll-'.,^*tear sides lb ; lard 134s*. River about on a stand ivith 26 inches in the channel by the mark. Cincinnati, Oet. 16. Flour firm and unchanged, family 512g 12,25; cotton firmer, middling IStglS** : pork dull and uominaF at] f21,50(*»$22; lard dull at 1.3 ; bulk sboul lers, 12?* and dull; bacon dull at 14 . for shoulders,17b; for clear rib, 18b. for ; dear side*. Thermometer 70 degrees, j -The English race horse Aauban won ovpr >»».YnV) thi* v«ovi. NEW_ ADVEBTISEMEijTS^ _ | OCTOBER 19th, 1867.1 Come at Last!! By the Steamer “Norman" we are in receipt ot the following articles, whioh we ; aro determined to sell cheap for the cash j or country pftduce, sueh is Cot toe, Dried Fruit, Pry Hides, etc.: Clear Bacon Sides, Staggs’ celebrated ' Hams, Fresh Leaf Lard, (in kegs or j at retail,) Salt, Breakfast Bacnu, Fish, Flour, (fresh ground and of new whCat,) ' Oysters, Sar dines, Syrups, in kegs and half barrels, Oils, Vinegar, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rice, Meal, Starch, Soaps, ’ Candles,' Snuff, (Gar rett’s besCjTobac co, (smoking "and Chewing,) Hardware, '(/« e e nsware, Tinware) -Glass ware, Buckets and Tuba, Tar, (in kegs,) Powder, Shot, Lead, Alum, Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Brimstone, Salts, Nails, Putty, Window Glass, Axes and Axe Haudles, Bells, Cutlery, lloes, Spades, Trace Chains Cotton Hooks, Cooking Stores, of all patterns tjnd sizes, extra pipes and elbows, Hollow Ware, Fresh Drugs, Blacking Brushes and Blacking Match es, llorsc und Mulo Collars, Hames, Plows and Plow poults, Rope and Bag ging, iron Tics, with buckle, Twine, Cotton Cards, Woolen Cards, Sifters, Spun Thread, No. 400, 500, 600, 700, (cheap), Men's, Women's and Child rens Boots and Shoes, (large and vari ed stock), Hats and Caps, Ready-made Clothing. BRTC ©@@®§» In this department onr Stock la ousamsssD. • Trunks and Valises, Baskets, Jewefrt and Notions of all kinds, Sugar and Coffee Cans, (wood aud Tin) Slates and pencils, Ac., Ac., Ac, IIA ZEN A MoPHKKSON. Goods to Arrive Flonr, Baton. Coffee and Sugar, Cheese and Crackers, Candles, Onions, White Beans, Irish Potatoes, Hominy, Coal Oil, Cooking Stoves. Ac., Ac., Ac #AZEN A McPIIEIlSON. Cotton! Cotton!! Bring on your Cotton and we will pay highest market prices to those owing us. or wishing Supplies of any kind. HAZEN a MCPHERSON. Ta* Plantei*s. We will make liberal advances to all who desire their cotton shipped, either to New Orleans, New York, or Memphis, and will make no charge to those who may be owing us, for our services. hazen a McPherson. USTow’s the Time. V We are determined that our custom ers. so far as the Stock of Goods now on hand, or that we may have during the Roason. will he «nld to at re duced prices. Come and examine for yourselves that you may know the fact. HAZEN & MePHERSON. ONE WORD To those owing ns. The time has come now when we are compelled to have our money, due us for provisions furnished onr friends during (lie year, and we respectfully ask all to come and settle up without further delay. oil) HAZEN & McPUKKSON. T. a. riAita. l. amis, jb. FISHER & AMIR, Marble Works, Dealers in Jtaliaa & Saurian iftarblr MONUMENTS, TOMBS, ETC. SKID ilSD ffQOT STOSKS, Tablo and Counter Tops, And every variety of Marble and .Stone Work DONE TO ORDER, AT SHORT NOTICE, Cor. of Adams i Hecood Strocla, Memphis. Term.; DCtlO O u DOTY’S CLOTH RS WASH KB —AVD— UNIVERSAL WRINGER, THE BEST AND COEAPSST $j|a#Ijing Jflucbinc n EVES INVENTED. SAVES TIME, Saves Labor, SAVES CLOTHES! WARRANTED TO WASH PERFECTLY. PKICfc—1Uniform—$25 for Family use $iSJ for Hotel use, Complete with Wringer. % TOR SAtE IT WHITE LEU, PICKENS A CO., Sole Agent* fpr Memphis and Vicinity. SEND TOR CIRCULAR. WHEELER, PICKENS & C©. —DEALERS IN WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, KROOMS, JHHISHES, ETC., 330 Main Street, MEMPHIS TENN. Special attention given to written order*. octMMm Western A Virginia Tobacco Agency MATER, MARSSll'KTZ A CO., IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers in Se ■ gars, Tobacco. Pipes, ana the largest stock or Smokers' articles in the 8outb, COR NER SECOND AND JEFFERSON STREETS, Jefferson Rlock, Memphis, Tenn. Orders promptly filled. octlS-ly J. S. SHAW * OO.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in* |jarbluart, ^ron, NAILS, TIN PLATE, GENUINE AVERY PLOWS, Builders’ & Wagon Makers’ Stock, STOVES AND CASTINGS, No. 233 Second Street, Memphis, Term. We arc agents for the Licking Rolling Mills, K.v., ana are prepared to offer large inducements to cash buyers Particular at tsntion paid to orders. J. 8. SHAW A CO. octlldf 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of a decree of the Cirouil Court <• Prairie couply, Arkansas, an the Chancery side thereof, rendered at the August term there of, A, L>. 1667, in a certaiu cause therein pending, wherein Ambroee S lirwru was complainant, and William N. Kirkpatrick was defendant. 1 shall as Commissioner of said Court, proceed to sell to the highest hidder. for cssh, in front of the etBco of Hedgepeth A Kent, in the town of Dos Arc, on the 16th day of Norcmber nett, the following real es tate, to-wit : Lots No. 11 and 12, in Block No. dV, Wstkina’ surtsy of the town of Des Arc, in order to aatisfy said decree, and will make a good and sufficient deed of contey snee to the purchase as Commiesioner as aforesaid. T, HI'KP Kt VT, 1 oo ect2t « wm. osaiti. ntnitoK. toucan osoiti. a. a. * *»**• OfiGlLL BRO S & CO. Importers aad'Dsaler# in j fadrtsarf, |ntlrrp, Hnttt. C eatings, Iren, Steel, Tackle Blocks, Horse Sbeef, Boat Bplkea Preneh Window Glnaa, Gar den Seeds Food Cutters, Belting and Packing, Horae Powers,1 Reaping, Mowing and Threshing Machines, and everything pertaiuinf to the HARDARE and AGRICUL TURAL TRADE, at their oldsUh'd,, Ho. SIS FTont Street, cor. Monfoe, cl 9-8 MEMPHIS, TENN CH. FILBERT, K+os* A Co., Lyon?, Franc*. JNO. A. MINTER, Memphis. J!fO. W. WALKER, Msjnphi#. FILBERT. MINTER & WALKER ^Iboltsalt S.mporttrs, Frcrtck, Englitk, German, Austrian, Belgian and Prussian Dry Goods, Drugs, Medicines, Hardware and Cutler3; Brandies, it'ma and ‘Liquors} Calf Skins, Tobacco and Cigars; ■HO. .274 SEOQHB STREET. Mii£PH:o, tolarw. octlStf . J. H. Croats, d. M. Bast*»Iv, Memphis. K*k Orleans. CHOAT3 k CO.y Wholesale sad Retail Dealers in SumUrare gmin, J$tm, Hubs, Spokes, Bellows, Anvil's, Chains, Gins, Pistols, Smith Si Weston Ri fles, Builder's Hardware of all kinds; Also, Cooking Stoves of the roost approv ed Jokttcrns, which we warrant to give the best of satisfaction, all which we sell at the lowest price. MO. 232 SECOND STREET, ol9-3m M PM PHIS, TENN. w- a. prithT GROCER, CQTTM FACTOR. -AKB - Commission Merchant, BTEX t 1IST1 STREET, Next door to Stewart, Gevnnt & Co., Dps Arc, Arkansas. HAVING Bought? out Joo. A. Trith', Gro cery Store. I will continue the business at the same place, and would reepoctfully ask the public to extend to mo their patronage. I will endeavor to keep none but good arti cle,. and will sell ae cheap a, any home in Dea Are. W. G. FRITH. octl2-lm MEMPHIS AND WHITE RIVER PACKET CO., The steamer, Rowena and CommAroisl will form a Semi-Weekly Line between Memphis and White Hvor. LEAVING MEMPHIS Every Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o’cleek, r. N.; returning, LEAVE DBS ARC Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 o'clock, a. x. JNO. B. DAVIS, Supt. 8rGN OF THE B E JE-H IV E. MADAME MITCHELL & 00., Straw Bonnet Dealer*) MILLINERS and DRESS-MAKERS b'ertheaat Coraer Court Square, 'imiraig, T3m:sssaa. WE SELL MILLINERY GOODS 25 per cent, cheaper than any other house in the city of Memphis. Tnc above is a positive fact. Please cull or send an order and satisfy yourself. When you come to Memphis be *ure and call. Wc 1irv6 Pattern Bonnet*, the latest styles, S6 up to S10 each; Bronzed. Hats, for SI 50, untrimmed ; Puff Hats for Patterns. We sell Straw Bonnets and Hats uutrimmed. We have a flue assortment of Ribbon* and Ribbon Neck-ties, all colors, and Bonnet Frames of every style and make. Remember Madarrfb Mitchell’s Bee Hive* adjoining our ancient Hotel, called the Irving Bleck, Nortfeast Cor ner of Court Square. • The New Bronze and Silver-gray Ladies' Hats Just arrived. oct5-3m MORIZ WOLF* Agt., Wholes'll* Dealer in W i lies, Liquo rs- j CIGAR* AND TOBACCO, NO. 178 FRONT STREET, | Between Washington and Poplar, ME 111 FIJI 8, TENNESSEE. ____ Common Whiaky, all brands, Per* Bour bon, various brand*. Rye Whisky, Kobiusou Ooudty Whiaky. Muoougabeia, ticoujt Whis ky, Irish Whisky, Cognac Brandy. Peach Brandy, Apple Braudy, Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Brandy, Champagne, various brands, Jamaica Kum, St. Croia Hum, Pure llcUaud Qiu, Curacao dltoUand, Double Ku-1 .mid cl, Peppermint, Stomach Bitters. Srhet-, dam Schnaup*. Coehtail Bitter* Stoughton ! Biltera, East India Bitters, Sparkliug Calaw. hav Still Catawba, Rhine wine, Claret Wine, Madeira Wipe, Old Port Wine, Muieat Wine, Ginger W'ine. Sweet Malaga Wine, French W hite Wine, Batrait d Atjernthe, Pure Ani sette. Cigar* and Tcharea. all hrnnda *f ., , c y . „ ,: ..»* ***. Stewart, Gwyime & Co.' NEW GOO IS! I- " We deelro to call ttoe attention or Faram and Merchant, e«r Large —■* CtiaFT"! Stock, emulating tn part aw follow,; ©E@©1&1> REPARTMEffT HEM PPM, CXEIB IIPE PACOT, SI GAR CURED UR0, HOOP. RECAR, COFFEE, TEA, RICE, MOLARS**, SAIT, CARPI.**, OTRTERa, MRPlVTN, CAT FRI IT*. C.ilPIEf, RAIRITS, PICRtEI. MI S'! ARD, TOntf CO, STUFF, CIGARS, CREESE. CRACKERS. • Sod#, plMrPepper, Ginger, Indigo. Mad der, CettOR Tara, Copperaw, Blue Stone, Cotton and Bool Card*, time. Brooms. RIRcrw. Wash Hoard,. Kentucky aad Iadla Bagging. Baling Rope, Iron Ties, Twi* Etc.. Etc.. Etc., 3. • 1 -0 ®1Y ©00®® M® H0SI0BI lVanahu/gk, fratttn anti jleached 0/omesftes, OltiUma, Stupes, Sheetings., JUrkings, franketa, /flannel* 3/etscus, l£inscgs, feana, 3t needs, Satinett a, Jam mess, frond frdth, fraak froth, Ik's!tret A, frlieo, Ql,. Lainea, if of dins, Jietinoa, Jlfuiraa, frhutgs, Sflaidt, ginghams, //anilities, , facanett', Swiss and JlluH • jttuslina, //attain and Sable (Hamask, Shauili, /hd dten’s' Jfaads and Jackets, Julias, Sadies froaU and Jasqnes, Jalmatal Slcitts, JCaop Sku/s, /atari*, 3fa.it Jetts, Jilaaes, SCaateig. /iornha and jtushei, Jufions and SJhtcad, //affs and frlLats, Jennet, frit SJaf/ata and Welael jihltana, Sadies .1fats and Jen nets, Skitt ffnihtaidcuj, St at jtaula, 03) teas Sftiennunqi, fraak JDtimmuiqa, togelhet with Jot ions too eumetctu to mention. I CARPETS~AND RUGS; A NICE ASSORTMENT. n t. r> t h x nsr'<3-. Men’s Benver, Cassirnsre and Blauket Overcoats, Men’s Satinett Sacks and Erodes, Men’s Cassiinere Sacks and Frocks, Men’s Cloth Frocks, Pants ami Vests of every Slvlc and (Jiialitv. Boy’s Suits all grades and sizes ; also Men’s Cravats. Collars, ildkf*.. Gloves. Wool Under- and Overshirts, Knit Drawers, fiont’d Shawls And Umbrellas. mm§ &m s ir a is. Men’* Boot* aR qualities. Boy’s and Children's Boots ail qualities. Ladies and Children's Calf, Kip aud Butf Shoos, Ladies and ( hildicn's Fine Kid and Goat Shoe*, Ceugrcss Gaiters, Etc. ' - ? . \ * *■ s*' \ i* ■ 4 MEN"? AND BOY'S, A LARGE ASSORTMENT. irmtfejs, Valises, Carpet f£D«js, gadirs' C0mpaui0»si aad Satchels, A LARGE ASSORTMENT. -O A LARGE ASSORTMENT. — A LARGE ASSORTMENT. —o— Note, Cap. Legal Cap, Bill Head and Letter Paper, Envelopes, Ink, Steel and Gold Pens, Pencils, Banker's Cases, School Books, Children’s Toy Books, Blank Books, Memorandum Books, Scrap Books, Note Books, Hymn Books, Photograph Albums, also a nice assortment of new Literary Works. FUR NIT U R E. Wardrobe*, Bureaus, Safes, Bed Steads, Wash Stands. One- and Two-Drawer Stands, Candle Stands. Lounges. Cribs, Trundle Beds. Baby Wagons, Split and Cane Seat Chair* and Reckurs, Baby and Children’s Table Chairs, Kte, Guna and Ammunition, Wrought and Cast Butts and. Hinges, Screws. Nails, Lock*, Latches, Carpenter's Tools, Axes, Spades and Shovels, Foot Adies, Hatchets, Steelyards, Cotton Balances. Meat Cutters, Gladstones and Fixtures, Wagon Boxes, Stocks and Dies, Rasps and Fites, Fish Hooks and Lines, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, White Wash, Shoe and Counter Brushes, Etc. SADDIiBRY. Ladle*’ Side Saddles, a splendid variety; Gent's and Bov’s Saddles, all sorts. Buggy, Wagon tnd Stago Harness, Blind and Riding Bridles, Girths, Surcin gle*, Martingales, Saddle Bags, Ox and Wagon Whips, Collars, Humus, Trace*. stoves and Trimmings. Heating Stoves, Small, Medium and Large; Cooking Stoves, Latest Pat terna, aH Sl*es; Cooking Stovea, Old Styles. Extra Pipe, Pans and Cooking Vesaels, constantly on liaud. TIMWAFIE, - A LARGE ASSORTMENT. Castings and Hollo w-Wape, A LARGE ASSORTMENT. Wooden-W are, WELL BUCKETS, WATER BUCKETS, TUBS, CHURNS, KEGS, AND RUNLETS of all sites, SUGAR BUCKETS, SPICE BOXES, BREAD TRAVS, AXE HANDLES. PLOWS, COTTON SCRAPERS. COTTON SWEEPS, CORN SELLERS, CORNELLS, OX AND HORSE WAGONS, Ac , Ac. OTTM BELTIIffCi, THREE AND FOUR PLY, FOUR TO TEN INCH FROM ONE-rOURTH TO TWO INCHES IN DIAMETER. PAINTS AJXT> OILS, WHITE LEAD. VARNISH. LINSEED OIL. TRAIN OIL, COAL OIL, LARD OIL, TUR PENTINE AND PUTTY. 8ASII AND GLASS all site*. DOMESTIC AND FRENCH BRANDY; WHISKY. RECTIFIED AND BOURBON; PORT WINE; SHERRY WINK; UKDRON BITTERS; DRAKES’ BITTERS; RoKEKS BITTERS; ORANGE VALLE! BITTERS; SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS, Ac. Our atock was purchased fr&m Manufacturers and first class Dealers, thus giving ua the udrantage of the beat markets in this country ; and we hope by low prices aud strict atteution to busmens, to merit the patronage'so liberally extended to ua in the past. All are invited to examine' our atocK and prices. . ‘ STEWART, G WYNNE & CO. N B. We pay the highest rates in cash, for Cotton aud Country Produce, and make liberal advances to persona who wish to ahip to Memphis, New Orleans; or New York tS. Gr. & Co, Dev \rv Arkanaaa, Fr'.ptecibvr 1W7.