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It is not alone compositors who will enjoy the following. It is a capital and very forcible illustration of a printing office dialogue. Foreman of the office.—“Jones, what are you at now ? ’ Compositor.—“I'm setting ‘A House on Fire,' almost done.” Foreman.—“What is Smith about?' Compositor.—“lie's engaged on ‘A Horrid Murder.’” Foreman.—Finish it as quickly as possible, and help Morse through with his ‘Telegraph.’ Bob, what are you trying to get up ?” Bob.—“ * A Panic in the Money Mar ket.’ ” Foreman.—“Thomas, what are you distributing?” Thomas.—" ‘Prir.es in tho Lottery.’ ’■ Foreman.—“Stop thataud take hold of ‘A Kunaway Horse.’ Slocum, what in creation have, you been about this last half hour?” Slocum.—“Justifying the ‘Compro mise Measure’ my sub set up.” Foreman.—“You chap on the stool there, what are you on now ?” Chap on the stool.—“On the ‘Table’ that you gave ine. Foreman.—'“Lay it on the table for the present; no room for it.” Compositor.—“How about these ■Municipal Candidates’?” Foreman.—“Run ’em in. What do you sayr, Slocum ?” Slocum.—“Shall I lead these ‘Men of Boston’ ?” Foreman.—“No; they are solid, of course.” Compositor.—“Do yon want a Bill faced head to ‘Jenny Lind’s Family’?’ Foreman.—“No; put ’em in small caps. Joseph, haven’t you got up that ‘Capital Joke’?” Joseph.—-No sir; I’m out of sorts.” Foreman.—“Well, throw in this “Million of California Gold,’ and when tuu iiuuu^u wmi u i 11 giu- jvu tome more.” Kditor.—“What do you want now ?” Dcviljoe.—More copy, sir.” Editor.—"Have you completed that ‘Eloquent Thanksgiving Discourse’?” DeviJjoe.—"Yes, nil, and I have just set up ‘A Warm Winter.’ ” The Bussian Army. The Russian A/ilitary Magazine pub lishes an official statement relative to the Russian army. It says that at the begin ning of I860 the army consisted of 30.507 general, staff, and other officers, and 798, 251 sub officers and men- Of the latter, G28.004, or seventy-eight per cent wore infantry; GS,G73, or nine per cent., caval ry; 84,392, or eleven per cent., artillery; and 19.*‘62. or two per cent.; engineers.— The total number of troops ready to take the field was 576,413, including 408,515 infantry, 48,005 cavalry. 48,107 artillery and 12,820 engineers. During the present year the only regi ment that was placed ou the war looting was the thirty seventh Infantry, which had been scut to reinforce the troops at Oren burg. It is also officially stated that since last year the Russian army has been dimin ished by two generals, 547 officers. 150 civil employees, 98,063 sub officers and men, G,$63 horses. The district where the smallest military force is kept is that of Riga, where eigh teen battalions of infantry are stationed, with twelve guns. At St. Petersburg there m e seventy-two battalions of infan try, forty eight and a half squadrons ol cavalry, and eighty-eight guns: at Moscow, cue hundred arid four battalions of infan try, thirty-six squadrons of cavalry, and ninety-six guns; and at Warsaw, one hun dred and twenty-eight battalions of infan try, thirty-two and a half squadrons of cav alry, sixty-six Jsotnias of Cossacks, and two bundled and forty-eight guns. — i« « Lee’s Army.—Henry Ward Beecher says in the concluding chapter of his novel: ‘ He (the hero of the story) hud had part in the last grand battles, stormed Lee’s lines, earned every step by desperate endeavor, and after every advantage, found Lee stcll firm, defiant, desperate. No ouc so well knew the incomparable skill and bravely of that now waning army of Nor thern Virginia as they who for four years had fought it, and now, in the hour of its supremo disaster, were griuding it to pow der ruthcr than forcing it to surrender; aud when- at length, cut off from its lines of retreat by that lion of the battle-field, whoso ramping cavalry lay crouched across his only path, his artillery gone, his trains taken or destroyed, his ammunition expen ded, his chief officers slain, or wounded, or captured, his men reduced to a handful, overwearied by nights without sleep arid days taxed to the uttermost, Lee's army yielded, General Cathcart, and every other bravo man. in their admiration felt that the heroism of Lee’s army was the only worthy measure of the perseverance aud the brui cry of the Anny of the 1‘oto mac. lu every generous bosom rose the thought—‘These are not of another nation, but our citizens.’ Their mistakes, their evil cause, belonged to the system under which they were reared, but their military skill and heroic bravery belong to the na tion, that will never cease to mourn that such valor had not been expended in a better eau.-e, and that the irou pen must write: ‘ The utmost valor misdirected and wasted.” —— District Attorney Chandler had another interview with the Attorney General to-day, about the trial of JclL Davis. The result has not transpired, but it is certain the ease will not be tried this term, unless Judge C'hnsecRn make it convenient to preside. Hon. 'Vnu EvarU and it. H. Dana, senior counsel for the prosecution, will cer tainly never consent Hint a creature so morally perverse and intellectually weak as l underwood is shall sit alone, and make a farce of u ease which in volves such intricate aud momentous question*. There are reasons for be lieving the trial will be deferred for a short time, but w ill fake place during the proseti! term. Perkins, Livingston & Post, Importer#, Manufacturers and USA uaa w DMIDMD MID BBtllMl JUachiucry Supplies, SnOMAINBT., «IX®91», V891. P. P. CORBY, Agent. SOLE AOICNTB FOB E. CARVER GO/S COTTON GINS, I , Pitta’ and Other Horae Powers, Ingersoll’s Cotton Presses, The best Portable Cotton Press made ; will make a fire hundred pouud bale by the labor of two men, in from fifteen to twenty minutes. •ms sstissii STATIONERY AND PORTABLE SAW MILLS, Bran and Steam Fittings of All JTindfl, FLOURING AND CORN MILLS. And Machinery of all kinds 2EST CAS? STULL, I Bar Iron< ! STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES, | I HARDWARE, TIN, LEAD, COPPER, Ac scpl4 R. W. Davis. 1 Late of Mississippi County, : L. M. B.\rcm. j Arkansas. DAVIS & BAUGH, Cotton Factors, j WHOLESALE AND DETAIL : Grocers and CoMlssioa Merchants, No. 176 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. I Will give their undivided attention to Re ceiving and Selling of Cotton and other Pro duce consigned to them, and to the purchase ■ of all orders for their customers. Cotton &c. ! sold strictly according to order and remit tances mad# accordingly. All Cotton &cM consigned to us will be covered by insurance, unless otherwise in i structed. i Liberal advances made upon all consign I raents. Wo have our own Warehouse, consequently our Cotton will be under our own control, i September 14, 18b7—6m ' MOORES & CO., EDWARD LETSOM, Cincinnati. Mem i*' is. H. M. FERGUSON, Agt., Memphis. MOOllES, SMITH «fc CO., PEA I.EUS IN $addltry, 5tardtrarr. Leather A Shoe Finding*, j Tanners’ aud Curriers’ Tools. India Rubber and Leather Gin aud Mill Band, and Manufacturers of ! Saddles, Harness, Collars. Etc., 342 MAIN STREET. SIGN. GOLDEN STIRRUP, MEMPHIS, TENN. | C'AHII PAID FOR HIDES. September 14, 1867—Cm ’ (iEO. MITCHELL. J. P. HOP!MAN. ROBERT MITCHELL. Mitchell, UolTman & Co., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, j -AND DEALERS IN— Carpels, Oil Cloths, Curtalaa, I Looking Glasses. Ilair, Moss, Shuck and Spring Mattresses, j No. 80S Main St , 1 1 A 36 Monroe St., f 3Ieniptli*, Ten IK* September 14. 1867—ly • R. R. POE A R. H TOE, J. A. NEVILS, West Point, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. h.h. piAt rn. COTTON FACTORS A ND General Commission Merchants, IfO. IS'l, FROST STREET, j M E M P H I 8 TENNESSEE. Will give their undi.ided attention to He j reiving and Selling of Cotton and other Pro vince consigned to them, and to the purchase of all orders for their customers, Colton &c. j sold strictly according to order and remit tances made accordingly. All Cotton &c., consigned to us will be covered by Insurance unless otherwise in | siructed Liberal advances made upon all con ; signmeuts. Circular.—The undersigned takes this as one of the methods to infoiai his friends, ns will be seen from the above card, that he has formed a copartuevihip for the purpose of doing an exclusive commission business. In doing so he thanks his friends for all past .favors, and asks for a continuance of the 1 same by consignment of their cotton an<l other produce, from one doien eggs up to one thou sand bales of cotton. Our Mr. Nt vile has had ; i long experience in the selling of cotton. kc., i nnd is considered one of (heftiest cotton sales- i men iu the city. 1 pledge myself that all j things that may be entrusted to us shall have | my personal attention and shall be promptly and correctly attended to, aud’strietly account ed for. As a firm we owe nothing, and we j have entered into an obligation not to endorse : nor accept for any one unless we nave the] cotton. Sic , in hand. That being our policy. ; we will In noca<e have to sell one man s cot ton to pay another man’s debt to keep from ; going to protest. Having been a citizen of Arkansas for the l*>i ten years, and having had a large acquaintance in the Confederate army, I Hatter myself that we shall receive a liberal ahare of patronage, and that 1 ahall yet be able to make a living, and with that ! au> determined to be satisfied. I aui. very respectfully, vour obedient aer R. U. POE. fc?ep Ttf. i3acon! Jl'fcT reeeitad, 10,000 pounds No. 1 Bacon, and for .ate bj *1 rii J. SIM* ALLBN OH. FILBERT, Klobx & Co., Lyons. France. JNO. A. MTNTER, Memphis. JNO. W. WALKER, Memphis. FILBERT. MINTER & WALKER (jflbolcsalf importers, French, English, German, Austrian, Belgian and Prussian Dry Goods, Drugs, Medicines, Hardware and Cutlerj ; Brandies, IFmes and Liguors; Calf Skins, Tobacco and Cigars; NO. 274 SECOND STREET XIS1XPSIS, TEXT XT. octlftf SIGN OF THE B E E - H T V E ■ MADAME MITCHELL k CO., Btrpw Bonnet Dealers, MILLINERS and DRESS-MAKERS Northeast Corner Court Square, XXZMPZXD, TEXTXT3S833. WE SELL MILLINERY GOODS 25 per cent, cheaper than any other house in the city of Memphis. The above is a positive fact. Please call or send an order and satisfy yourself. When you come to Memphis be sure and call. We have Pattern Bonnets, the latest styles, $<i no to S10 each; Bronzed Hats, for$I 50. untrinimed; Puff Hats | for Patterns. We sell Straw Bonnets and Hats untrinimed. We have a fine assortment ot muttons anu muuuu Neck-tics, till colors, apd Bonnet Frames ot'every style and make. Remember Madame Mitchell's Bec llive, adjoining our ancient Hotel, called the Irving Block, Northeast Cor ner of Court Square. The New Bronze and Silver-gray Ladies' Hats just artived. Send youi pld Bonnets and Hats to be Bronzed. . We are the only house in the Missis sippi Valley who'Bronze our own Hats in Shallac, which makes them water proof. No glue or sugar are used in our es tablishment. We import our own straw from Dunstable, Eng., our native Isle, our Ribbons from Coventrce. oct5-3m m w* nionssT premium:, sew ij 6* *A<HLWE. Awarded Ihe highest premium at the Evhibi lion of Ihe St. Louis Agricultural anti Mechanical Fair, 1860, TIIE WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON, -A.T T1IK FRENCH EXPOSITION, PARIS. Every Machine Warranted 3 Tears. (From ihe London Times.) The Wheeler it Wilson Machine, which is the one best calculated tor household work, uses no shuttles, and makes ihe Lock Stitch, alike ou both sides of the goods. (From the Scientific American.) Ws use tin* Wheeler it Wilson, and pro nounce it wiibout a rival. Send for Circular. A SUMNER & <"(>., 70 Jefferson St., Memphis, Tenu., 415 North 5lh St., St. Louis, Mo. my !d6, 18t>7-ly. GOSS HOTEL, DEVALL’S BLUFF, AEK„ .T. B. BOSS, Proptr. Would reaped fully announce that he has opened a First C'iflM* Hotel, at DeVall’e Bluff, Ark., and it* now prepared to « utertain guests. ffi« table, at all times, will bo fur nished with the best that the market affordt. There is also u Good Stable attached. Give him a call. *ept21-tf. g a r tl tv i c k §1 o u s f. Ir C. HiRUWH H, Proprietor. SITUATED ON Adams street Nos. til, ti:t & 65 Between Second and Third. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. THIS Popular House, having been newly remodeled and arranged, is now in most successful operation, its loca tion being Central and convenient to business and to Railroads and other points of travel, makes it a desirable stopping place tor all visiting the city. The COUNTRY MERCHANTS And Farmers will find it to their ad vantage to stop at this House. Tran sient fare reduced from Sit toSi 50 per day; Mouthiv dav board SUO. 0. L. HARDWICK. sepSl-tf. Proprietor. C. -A.. JUDSON, EJvsMimJi hM mnnt Manufacturer of SASH. DOOBS, BLI1VD8, And dealer in GLASS AND PUTTY. rilUANKFUL for peat petroling* Mid solicits J a cAo<inunn«« of the asm* Jeu20 ly T. A. Hi8 HKB. I*. AMI*, JR. FISHER & AMIS, Marble Works, Dealers in Italian & <3immcan Rlavblr MONUMENTS, TOMBS, ETC. READ AND FOOT STONES, Table and Counter Tops, And every variety of Marble and Slone Work l DONE TO ORDER, AT SHORT NOTICE, j Cor. of Adams & Second Streets, Memphis. Tenn. j octl9-t»m .1. H. Cho^ti, J. M. E'stbrlt, j Memphis. New Orleans. CHOATE & CO.; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in fiardwatt, gran, £trd Ilnbs, Spokeg, Bellows, Anvilg, Chaing, Cling, Pistols, Smith & Weston Ri fle*, Builder's Hardware of all kinds; Also, Cooking Stoves of the most approv ed patterns, which we warrant to give the best of satisfaction, all which we sell at the lowest price. MO. 232 FRONT STREET, oio-3m Memphis, tenn. WORSHAM HOUSE. MEMPHIS, TENN. >"VWING To (lie decline in provisions from V/ war prices, raising iny ow n vegetables, the general ccenoniical arrangement of the house, and close personal attention to busi ness, I am enabled to accommodate Trim slrnl OuesitH at #3 Per l*aj. ami Day Buardors at $3.» Per .TIohIIi. Feeling desirous that my friends and the traveling public should have the advantage of any deduction that can be made in their favor, I will simply say that my table and general hotel accommodations shall always be first-class, and attention to guests e<)ual to any hotel in the Southwest. c. B. GALLOWAY, sep21 Gm PropriGtor# J. TT. A. JONES A 00., COTTON FACTORS. General Commission Merchants, AND PATENT KltillT At,EXIN, No. 2U3 Front Street, Up Stairs, MEMPHIS,-rSJfXKSSKB All .consignments Will receive our personal ami Ot'ouii" st ention. Will furnish Bagging and Rope to fLoso wko design sending u> their Cotton. . sep21-dm MEMPHIS ANI) WHITE RIVER PACKET CO., The steamers Rowen a ami Commercial will form a Semi-Weekly Line between Memphis and White river. LEAVING MEMPHIS Every Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o’clock p. m.: returning, LEAVE DEH ARC Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 o’clock, a. m JNO. B. DAVIS, Supt. MORiZ WOIP. Agt., Wholesale Dealer in Wines,. Liquors CIGARS Ain TOBACCO, NO. 178 FRONT STREET, Between Washington and Poplar, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE" Common Whiskv, all brands. Pure Bour bon, various brands. Bye Whisky, Hobiuson County Whisky, Monongaheln, Scotch Whis ky, Irish Whisky, Cognac Brandy, Peach Brandy, Apple Brandy. Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Brandy, Champagne, various brand*, Jamaica Bum, St. Croix Bum, Pure Holland Gin, Curacao d Holland, Double Ku eiuinel. Peppermint, Stomach Bitters, ScLoi d a hi Schnapps. Cocktail Bitters, Stoughton Bitters, East India Billers, Spurkliug ( ntaw ba. Still Catawba, Bhiue wine, Claret Wine, Madeira Wiue, Old Port Wise, Muscat Wine, Dinger Wiue, Sweet Malaga Wine, French \ White Wine, Extrait d'Absvntbe, Pure Ani- I sette. Cigar* and Tobacco, all brand* of' imported ani domestic. cet6~2a M8 ARC AliTERTISEMRJiTS. BEO. M LAREN. 3- 81*8 ALLEN. McLaren <fe .Allen GENERAL RECEIVI5G. FORWARDING, —AND— Commission Merchants, j AND DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots,! and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Furniture, &c.» DBS ARC, ARKA1MAS. Mr stock consists in part, of the follow ing articles: BACON, LARD. FLOUR. SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, RICE, MEAL, SALT. CANDLES, CASTINGS, NAILS. COAL GIL. LINSEED OIL, LARD OIL, TURPENTINE, STONEWARE, WOOD-WARE, HINGES, LOCKS. HASPS, CHAINS, AUGERS. FILES, COLLARS, PAWS, BRIDLES, GAMES, POCKET KNIVES, ROPE, GLASS, TABLE CUTLERY". PUTTY, PAINTS. BEDSTEADS, LOUNGES, BUREAUS, CRIBS, TABLES, SAFES, CHAIRS, MATTKASSES—COTTON, SHUCK & HAIR. Together with a large lot of useful Goods, which I will Bell low for casn. Des Arc,Ark., Sept. 21 18G7. CAFT. G. W. HURLEY, —WITH— icBJUBM mm&S, Cotton Factors, —A*D COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 88 TCHOUPITOrLAJi 8T., New Orleans, La. Liberal advance, made an cougignmentg of Cotton. aug24-tlm J, D. Adams, formerly of Dean, Adams & Gaff. P. J. Cocklmrn. formerly of Oakev, Hawkins Ik Co. -1 ADAMS a. COCK.ni KX, ; COTTON FACTORS -ASD Bommissioa Herckuat9, % a . 4 • 17 X I O X SHEET, IV ow Orleans. i may 12-6 in --* VSTAir.* [billiard and DRIKING Bneaa Yisfa DKS ARC, ARKANSAS i 4 LL kinds of Liquors, Wines, Brandies. Segars, Tobacco. Ac., constantly on hand | Don’t forget the place to have a game of Bil I Hards or get a good drink. 1IOL8U0USEB 4 SAMUELS. ! Hailey & "Warner/ CASH DEALERS IX Groceries and Provisions, i Lies Arc, Arkansas, Are in receipt of a large' and fresh supply of Goods; and having purchased their stock after the late decline of Goods East, they feel confident of their ability to pleoso their many | friends and customers, buth in regard to Price and Quality of Goods. Terms, cash, aiul prices to correspond. Des Arc, Arkansas, June 29, 18(57. II. J. r.CBBBL, WHOLESALE Cotton Factor —AND— [Go m mission glmliaut, No. 316 Front Street, BETWEEN MONHOE AND UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. J. C. Cl'LBEBTSOS, Formerly of DeSoto county, Mise, is permanently with me. soy2l-3m. L. ROCCO & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS Aiul Manufacturer* of Confectioneries * | STICK AND FANCY €ASf2»XJ&S,j IX ALL TI1E1R VARIETY, Furnished Fresh Daily A XD OUARANTEED P V R E 280 $ 282 SECOND STKEEF, j MEMPHIS TENN. j Seal for * Ce'al -gra. *ep2XAm 1 _ — IWlSf ellaxeou._ EES ARC SAWJONI! I uo.^x^sy«*’“-5 iouer, the finest Wbi.key. Brandy, W.ne and titter, of every kind, ttlad op and accomn.® lated to the taate of tha MOST WiTlDWr*. ?rcab Oyltere, 8ardine», Cracker., Ckee.e, tuts, Fiue Cigar., Fine Tobaeco, Applet r n.it., Ac. lu that, everything pertaining or .dunging to a Sr.t class Saloon, may bo ouad ou band at the D.a Aao Saloon, on Buena Vista St., next door to Jobn.on A Ua Uru* “1 b* wuIliams* Des Aro, November 3, l860.-^tf TEN EYCK. SOULE & CO., Lumber Merchants, l&tKf&GWMSe AND DEALERS IN FLOORING, SHIN&LES, ScC., Des Are, Arkansas. WE are manufacturing and keep oon stnntly on hand, a large supply of Wdl £ta«sottfd $Umbrr. Of every variety of timber, both ROUGH and DRESSED. Machine matched Flooring, of Pine and Cypress; Ceiling, aud a geaeral va riety of Dimension Lumber, Shingles, Etc. BILLS CUT TO OBDEB. Orders promptly filled when accompanied with the Cash. We hate also, in connection with the above, ia good running order, a first class CORN NULL, And are prepared to do all grinding that ntny be sent to par Mills. Meal exchanged for Corn, Ton Eyck, Soul* A Co., Des Arc, January f, 1867.—jan6-ly WV. GARVIN, ROBT. RUSSELL, JANE G. BELL, JNO. T. FISHER, THOg. ANDERSON. ESTABLISHED 1827. RE-ESTABLISHED IN 1866 3 AH VIST. SILL & 00., Importer* and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic i»K¥ HOODS, NOTIONS. ETC. I 267 North Side Main, below Seventh St., i sepl-i LOUISVILLE, EV. I—---— „ J Fit EXTT. L*vi JOT. JOBS ». tmr. W. S. JPiVilsett A Co.. —AND— General Commission Merchants, NEW ORLEANS, LA. _____ i JAMES A. PAINE.JACK HORNX. WOBMELEY, JOY & 00., Cotton. Factors, n uv/uiiiOAiin Grocers and Produoe Merchants, 310 Front St., Memphis, Teaa. IT will be seen by the above announcement, that we have established a branch of our house in New Orleans, under the management of Mr. W. 8. Pickett, an old an experienced cotton merchant in the New Orleans trade, , thereby offering to our customers the advant ages oi’ either market for the sale of ootton aud purchase of supplies. jan5- WORMELEY. JOY & CO. WM. 0 NO ILL. O. L. DKEISOE. EDMUND OEGILL. A. S. M’NEAE. ORGILL BRO S & CO. Importers And Dealers in $arhto«irr, ^tttlrrg, Nails, Castings, Iron, Steel, Tackle Blocks, Horse Shoes, Boat Spikes French Window Glass, Oar den Seeds Feed Cutters, Belting aud Packing, Horse Powers, Reaping, Mowing and Threshing Machines, and everything pertaining to the HARDARE aud AGRICUL TURAL TRADE, at their old stand, Ho. 313 Front Street, oor. Monroe, ol9-S MEMPHIS, TENS i - ■ . -.■- | #. N. JACKSON. J. ». OWIN’. Jackeon & Owen,* FAMILY GBOGEBS, (Opposite Orccr's new Brick Building,! |irc, Jltkausas. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND The . best Family Supplies, consisting iu part of Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Molas- • see. Com Meal, Chewse, Crackers, Candle*. Soda. Djaters, Sardine**, One wing Tobacco, Smoking Tobacco, Uigur*, and everything usually kept iu a Family Grocery. Will pay i the highest market pi ice for ell kind* of, eouetry produoe, Hide*. Chickens, Eggs, Butter and Game. Also will keep on hand Fresh Meats, Beef, Pork, etc. not^ BinfiTioini* DEB ARC Mi) K*MS academy. rHE fourth sosatow of this School will opon •n Monday, tb. 6lh of Aufu.t. under the iharge and direction of B. !>• REBRI, issisted by a competent Female Teacher. Tenna, per Seifion of Eive Month*. Orthography. Beading and Writing, $H 00 rhe same with Arithmetic, Geography Grammar. Philosophy, Algebra. Ge ometry. Chemistry, Rhetoric, Book Keeping, he., 5. q., Latin and Greek, 00 No incidental eipenses. N. B. The tuition must bo paid at the end of eaoh month, or you will be notified to keep pour children at-home. Dea Arc, July 20, 1867.-1/ HICKORY PLAIN MALE and FEMALE j INSTITUTE, | KXOSORY Pi a: XT, PRAIRIE COUNTY, ARKANSAS. THE 16th semi annual eeeeion af thie School, under PROF. W. *. GARNER AND UDY, Assisted by an able corps of Teachers, will ! commence Monday, the 3th of A*» gnst, 18«T. Terms, the same as heretofore. For par j ticnlars, address the Principal. W. L. MOORE. Pros. Board Trustees. A. J Thomas. Secretary July 13, 186;.—tf___ deb arc FEMALE SCHOOL.; MISS ELLEN PfllNNEY will open a School at her residence, known as the Black honse. on Monday, 5th August. Terras of Tuition. Elementary Eug. branches, Read ing, Writing, Geography, Grammar, etc., per session of fire months.$15 00 Higher Eng., Philosophy, Chem istry, Rhetoric, Mental Science, Physiology. Geology, Algebra. etc . $18 00 French and Latin, (extra,) per session.• $15 00 Music.$25 00 | Use of Instrument. $6 00 i Drawing and Paiutiug, in water I or oils.$15 00 1 Incidental Expenses. $1 00 I Charge made from time of admission, : and deduction made Incase ofprotract i ed illness. Rbferevoes.—Bishop H. C. Lay, C. G. Scott, Esq., Little Rock; Henry, Williams ft Co., Van Buren. Arkansas ; J. J. Polk, New Castle, Term.; Gen. Albert Pike. jul20-tf | W A L T & CO., Dealers In PRODUCE, PCRNITERS. DRT GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, IRON TIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac., Ac., Ac. Hit ASK, WE ARE NOW RECEIVING. And will keep constantly on hand, a large sap pij of all articles needed in this market. We And Just as low as w# can liT< at all times by ST. ItOVXfi AXTD S£STS&*.t MARKETS. We feel under obligation* to our customers, and solicit a continuation oftheiV favors We will purchase or make advancements on Cot ton shipped to our house in Memphis, or to our correspondents in New Orleans. aug4 WALT ft CO. JOHNSON & DAVIS, Wholesale & Re ini I DETJGGISTS, DES ARC, ARKANSAS. , T^"EEP on hand a large assort men I of Drugs. ' IV Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfumery. Patent Medicines, Wines, Brandies, Whiskey, for medical purposee, which we will sell low for cash. Prescriptions and orders filled promptly. jalyjl-tf W. J. TAPP, B. W. BBNXBDY, thos. j. tapp, bd. p. walsh, 3. TATLOK BBBBT. Tapp, Kennedy & Walsh, Importers and Jobbers BB¥ ©@@®8, NOTIONS, Jtc. 3© 3 TS(37 It AI1T BTP.SS'T Between Seventh and Eighth Sts., j South Side, LOUISVILLE, KV. sepl4 t the A N 0 JOB OFFICE 18 NOW IN OPERATION! . '.»3 . r.u ■ — « ^ » ALL AUDI Or BLANKS FOR Sheriff’s, Clerks, Justices, and Constables, Coitttuntlg &rpt on iuuti [ U:i • 1 •1 ■ ■ -1 .1 A HD PRIHTED TO ORDER OK I i SHORT NOTICE ! «* AID IX THE ■ I gest^tgleofgrt AT TDK LOWEST HATES, i ' If.':- 1: f(dt ». ' " .: itJBt.-. ; . .■■ im; BUSINESS C RDS, $5 to $8 PER THOU? ND. BILL HE DS, $14 PER REM. CIRUUL RS, $12 PER REM . LETTER HEDS, $10 l’ER BEM_ We have furnished ourselvw with m MACHINE PRESS, And obtained the services of a good lOl *»!*¥»&, And arc now prepared to work as CHEAP, as any other'office in the State. We print on the very best paper, and shall spare neither pains or labor in the mechanical execution of our work. Call on us. and soe that we will do what wc say. POE A MATHEWS.