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T. n. Judson. R G MnltheWe jitdbost a. oo.,’ BOTTOM r ACTOR), r f tw ^ t h fliioflnyp 1 m aintAt g-ammi&tfn $ftmhant$. Rooms 35 A 86 Le« lilock, Tiloi St., - - - Hmpbls, Tfan. ' *• - * -i- *%’ r'-’g" ‘■"'V i* V' * nj * ■ BAGGING, Rope, end Iron Ties furnished to our customers ; nlso, nil cotton ship ped to us, will be corered by our open policy of insuroncv, unless otherwise instructed, sep8-tiss 0. r. M1SC0TT. *. r. SBISCOTT. O. F. PRESCOTT & CO., w noicsaic ana iveiau ueaiers in Coal Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil Lamp*, Lamp fizturei, Candltt and Axlt Grtatt. Manuftioturon of GERMAN, PALM and ROSIN SOAPS, Tiawar»,S'.OTe Pipe. RojGug.U uttering, Ac, No. 40 Jefferson Street, * MEMPHIS, TENN. <3aah Paid for Grease and Tallow. tep8-8m mrs7a."I. newman" MILLINER i*NO DRESS MAKER, 166 Main 8treet, Opposite Overton Hotel, MEMPHIS, TENN. *ep8-8m Mrs. >1. C. HUNTJEire Southern BMPORIUM OP FASHION, 247 Maix St. Opp. Odd Fellows' Uall, Bet. Court $ Jefferson Streets., Memphis. Milumbrt and Fancy Goods of every de scription. Dressmaking in the Latest Pa risian Styles. Stamping and Braiding done to order. sep8-3a Tom Henderson, Lato of Henderson, Terry A Co.. Sam Henderson, late of Violett, Blaok A Co TOM & SAM HENDERSON. COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMNI89ION MERCHANTS, No. 88 Perdido Street, *ep8-ImNEW ORLEANS L. ROESCHER, Manufacturer of amt dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, FIND INGS, ETC., Nc4. 826 and 32Gi Main Street. _ MEMPHIS, TENN._ 'STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES for durability, simplicity and beauty, stands without a rival. The stitch is alike on both sides of the fabric sewed, and will not rip or ravel. The following facts hav ing been demonstrated, are given a? reasons why the STAR MACHINE should he prefer red to any other: 1. Their great simplicity. 2. It is impossible for them to get out of adjustment during proper usage, 8. They are of great capacity, and will •tiieh, hem, fell, braid, bind, cord and gather without basting. 4. They have an adjustable press or foot *o hold the work: and they sew equally well the lightest and heaviest fabrics. b. They will sew over the heaviest sc&uis without changing tho tension or breaking tho finest thread. 6. They use a straight needle—curved ones 7. The needle has a perpendicular motion. This is Absolutely necessary for heavy work. S. Thev ruu easily, and are almost noise* Uss. THE STAR SHUTTLE is emphatically a first-class Machine in every respect, and, whai is most of all, it is offered at a lower price than any other good machiuo in the market. Further particulars furnished on application. M. M. IJEACH A CO., 868 Main street, Memphis, Teun SgL. The usual discount allowed to local agents. sepS-ly SALE OF Valuable Beal Estate. On Monday tbe 3d d«J of* !Vo*eill« bar, 18H8, will be sold for division, on tbe Sreraises, in tbe town of Dos Arc. lots uum er oue, two. eleven and twelve, block twenty-two. Watkiad survey of said town, at public outcry, half cash and half on a credit of twelve months, deferred payment to well secured as may be agreed upon on day of sale. This property is known as the Henry Jackvou property, and is the most de sirable buslnoes locality in the place—two lots fronting on Buena Vista street, and is ths corner of said block. Said property sold by the Heirs cf HENRY JACKSON, Heirs of SARAH 8HEPPARD. | Pet Arc, Sept. 4th, 1868-tda Kew Orleans and Wlilte River ^Packet, STEAMER JNO. D. PERRY; TH09. H. NEWELL, » Master. Wm. Gibbes, • - - Clerk, j ^ -2TSR The steamer Jno. D. , JIrrHBhmL Perry having been thorough !y repaired, will enter the above trade about ! the 15th September, end make regular two j week trips between Jacksonport and New Orleans, during the entire -eaaou. Order** I for goods or produce promptly attended to by j eepS- PAT. H. WHEAT. | T. M. «.lBSO\, .Attorney at Law AND C. S. CLAIM AGENT, I DEVALL’H BLUFF, ARK. ' ARKANSAS having bean added to the ju- J risdiction erf th« Court of Claim-* at j Washington, the undersigned hereby gives ; notice that be Is prepared to receive and col leot all claim* held by loyal persons for Stock, Forage, Supplies and Property of any and all J kinds taken by Federal officers or soldiers for the use of tie government. Como and see ' »*#. Fees No charge for advice. *ep8 6m 3. d. iiut. a. ■. haoon*. «. unV BkOOKS, NEELY A CO., Whol*Ml« Grocers, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants, And Dealer* in Plantation Buppliea, Beat and Bar Store*, No. 87*1 Front Bt**et, Bet. Coart and Madison, sopS-Jm Memphis, Tenn. 1868. ‘‘FALL CAMPAIGN/’ IMS. . .m. BOOTS AND SHOES HAVING thoroughly canvassed the Shoe Districts this Summer, we are now able to offer to the trade just the Goods to suit the people, at prices that will suit the people, at prices that will compete favorably with any city this side of Boston. Call and examine, and you will buy your Shoe Goods in Memphis and save time and expense. Respectfully. JOS. 8. LEVETT & CO.. 81G Main Street, •ep8 Sm Memphis, Tenn. J. O. LULLXAX. A. J. V1XNXA. LULLXAX A VIENNA. SUCCESSORS TO HENRY FOLSOM M CO.. Importera and Dcaltr* in Guns- Vjy'Hifles, I PISTOLS, Ammunition AND FISHING TACKLE. 345 Main St, Memphis, Tenn. Powder and Shot Depot* Repairing done and warranted. sep-8-3m J GRIS6 HABER, DIALER IX WAIL FAFIB, Ennmeled Window Shades, Curtains, and all kinds of Upholstering Goods, No. 375: Main Street, Memphis, . - - • Tennessee. HAVING been engaged in the above busi ness in this city since 1852, and con nected with the best houses, is a guarantee that I will give satisfaction in all my trans actions. sep8-3m_ J. T. Pkttit, Late of J. T. Pettit 4* Co. Wm. Simpson, Late of Simpson. Saunders $ Co. PETTIT I SIMPSON, OOTTOIT 7ACiTOP.O —AND— Commission Merchants, NO. lBlUNION HTREET, Memphis, Tennessee. LIBERAL advances made on consignments. Orders for supplies filled at lowest rates Instructions strictly obeyed. sep8-2m Merrimnn. B) rd & Co., riALsas iiv WATCHES, JEWELRY, FINE SOLID SILVERWARE, Silver Plated Goods, &c. Vntohcs and Jewelry repair,,! by careful and experienced workmen. jVo. 275 .Vuta St., opposite South Court, • epS-4m Memphis, Tenn. CENTRAL HOTEL, 63 md 69 Adams street, MEMPHIS, TENN. t&r This House, formerly known as the HARDWICK, has recently been enlarged by the addition of the adjoining building, be longing to Dr. Watkins, giving it the capacity to rank among the first-class houses of the city. The entire building has been furnished with new furniture, carpets, etc., under the proprietorship of J. W. Bryan & L. C. Hard wick. The location is most desirable, being about the center, and al9o the most healthy portion of the city. We promise the fare to be as good and well prepared as that of any other Hotel. The rates of board have been reduced to $2 50 Per Day, or $12 00 Per Week l I u nvvnio r iouuu>y Day Board,.$2 IX) per day, “ “ . 30 (X) per Month. (WITIIOl'T BOOMS.) The Office is under the charge of W. M Cain, of Meridian. Miss., John T. Bryan, of Madison County, Tenn., pud L C. Lewis, of West Point, Arkansas. W e respectfully solicit the patronage of our frieuds and (he traveling public. BRYAN A HARDWICK. scp8- Proprietors. Cll.tKTilll STOVE Kill l»OK I CM, IRxt nlilixlit-d in 18SO 191 Main Street. Corner of IVathington, (SIGN OF THE BIG COFFEE POT,) Memphis. Tenn. JNO' L- EICHBERG Sole Depot for the Celebrated (IllRTTR. ORIGI N *\G RIVAL SOUTHERN AOE.se Y for the well known P, P. Stewart s Cooking Stoves. Heat ing Stoves of all descriptions and patterns. Dealer in Hollow ware, Qratos, Cutlery and Houae Furnishing Goods. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Were. All Goods guaranteed as represented; and orders from the country solicited and prompt ly attended to. Send for outs tnd pamph lets. sepS-Sm W. B. & E. B. CRISMAN, SUCCESSORS TO STREET. CRISMAN I CO., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 220 Front Street, Up Stairs, Memphis, Tetin. Strict personal attention giren to the sale of Cotton and other Produce. Consignments insured under our open policy, unless other wise ordered. Liberal advances on consign ments. aepS-dm YVM* H. ANDREWS, GROCER AX D COMMISSION MERCHANT 1X4 Front street. Jw vnfrrus rtr.v.v atnaars a owe TONIC. 9erifootly Sellable. Tht only remedy for Chills and Fever or Ague aud Fever that is or can be depended upon, is HURLEY 8 AGUE TONIC. There have been thousands cured by using it, who had all tried the usual remedies without ben efit, but in no case has IIt Hl.lCY’8 TONIC. failed to effect a euro. All who have used it most cheerfully tell their afflicted friends of it. as a sure and certain cure for Chills and Fever. Any one suffering with the Chills would consult their own interest by sending to the drug store and buying a bottle It is pleasant to take, compared with others, and will be certain to cure all cases of Fever and Ague, or Chills and Fever. Send for it to the proprietors. JAMES RUDDLE & CO, Louisville, Ky. POPULAR WORM CANDY. A» this is rosily s Specific for Worms, ami the best and most palatable form to give to children, it is not surprising that it is fast ta king the place of all other preparations—it being tasteless any child will take it. JAMES RUDDLE & CO., Proprietor*. Hurley’s Jfrumachif §ittrrs, For debility, loss of appetite, weakness, in digestion or dyspepsia, want of action of the liver, or disordered stomach, there are no Hitters that can compare with these in remov ing these distressing complaints. For sale or can be had at any drug store in the United States, or from the proprietors, Louisville, Ky., to whom all orders should be addressed. JAMES RUDDLE & CO-, Proprietors. PURIFY YOUR-BLOOD!!! gurlnj’js j^wajumUa, OF all the remedies that have been discov ered during the present age for the "thousand ills that flesh is heir to.” none equal this won derful preparation. Only teii years have elapsed since the discoverer, (who spent a decade in studying experiments, and perfect ing it,) first introduced it to the public, and it is already recognized by the most eminent physicians in nil parts of the country to'be the most surprising and effective remedy for certain discuses .of which they have knowl edge. All other Compounds or Syrups of this root have hitherto failed to command the sanction of the Faculty, because, on being tested, they have been found to contain noxious ingredi ents, which neutralize the good effects of the Sarsaparilla, and oftentimes injure the health 1 of the patient. It is not bo with Hurley’s ! preparation. | This is the pure and genuine extract of the ' root and will, on trial, be found to effect a certain and perfect cure of the following com plaints and diseases: Affection of the Rone*. Habitual Cosllvene**. Dl*ea*e* of the Kidney*, l>y*pep*la, Ery iilpela*. Female Irregr ularllle*, FImIiiIu, Skin ni»ea*e*, Indigestion , Elver Complaint, Files, kc. NOTICE TO MOTHERS! DR. SEABROOKS INFANT SOOTHING SHUT. Wo have, by purchase of the original rc j ceipt become sole proprietors of this celebra ted Medicine. We ask you to give it a trial, with an assurance that you will in future dis card all those nauseous and destructive stuffs, I such as Bateman’s Drops, Godfrey’s Cordial, j Dewee’s Mixture, Ac., combinations of a past and anti-progressive age, when it was thought the more disgusting the mixture the better j the medicine. | Use in the future only SE % BROOK'S, | a combination quite up with the advancement of the age. Pleasant to take, harmless in its actions, efficient and reliable in all cases. In valuuble in the following diseases: Summer Complaint, I IHUEGULAUIT1ES OF THE BOW ELS, * RESTIVENESS, TEETHING, Gives health to the child and rest to tho mother. We could furnish any quantity of certifi cates evidencing its superior qualities, but pit'it*i mat our me.iicine suoum stautl on tts own merits, which it will do upon trial. JAMES RUDDI.E & CO., Proprietors, Laboratory 41 Bullitt Street, Louisville, Ky. BETTISON’S English Horse Liniment. Hus proven itself one of the best Line taenia ever made for Sprains. Bruises, &c., id all cist's when tried for either umu or beast, and will do all we claim for it. Try a bottle and we are satisfied you will Dover afterwards use any other. Bit. SEABKOOK'g ■'llxlr of I*iro|»lioN|»liate of Iron and Calhaya. THIS elegant combination possesses all the best tonic properties of 1’eruvian Bark and Iron without the disagreeable taste and bail effects of either, separately or in other prepa rations, of these valuable medicines. It should be taken iu all cases when a gentle tonic impression is required after conva lescence from fevers or other debilitating diseases, or in those distressing irregulari ties peculiar to females. No female should be without it, if liable to such diseases, for nothing cau well take its plaoe. JAMES RUDDLE A CO., Proprietors, Laboratory No. 41 Bullitt Street, Louisville, Ky. Extract Jamaica Ginger. Use James Huddle & Co.'s Extract Jamaica Ginger for all Summer Complaints, Cholera, Cramps, Indigestion, &o. This is the pure Ginger, and can be relied on. SEATON'S CHEMICAL WRITING FLUID AND CARMINE IN AT, These well known fluids need only be used to be acknowledged as the best for Banks, Counting Rooms, and flclio.de JAMES ROUBLE Sc CO., Proprietors; II. A. ROBINSON A CO., Wholesale Agents, LOUISVILLE, KV. All the above Goods for sale by B. F. JOHNSON. Des Arc, Ark march 7. is** 1 y. D1UB ARC MALE & FEMALE BEMINAEY . The Trustees having employed Mr. B. D. Perry to take charge ol the School, i the first Session will commence nt fhe Methodist Church, on the 10th day of August, 1868 Rates or Tcition, per Session or Five Months. Primary Department. .$13 00 Higher English Department. . . 15 00 Ancient Languages. 20 00 Incidental Fee. 1 00 Board can be had at $12 per mouth. One-haif of the tuition must be paid at the middle of the Session, and the balance at the close. All scholars considered regular from time of entrance, and no deduction ex cept in case of protracted sickness. For further information, apply to the Principal. jul28-tf GOOD STEWS? T« «H nbem it May Concern A Largs and well Selected Stock of | SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, To be sold out regardless of Cost Prices FOR CASH. Come One! Come A.11!! ' See for yourself and buy jit Good Bargain before it is too late, being determined to sell ! out our entire stock in as short a time as pos- | sible. Consider, then, your own interest: \ times are hard, money scarce; and, in view of! | these facts you will do well to call at - I F. GATES A BRO. I i To buy your Dryfiooda. Clolhiag. Slior* and lioolN, sndillri and Rrldtr#. Ciuns, llUlei and I'ldals, Carpetii, llal# and Cap#, And many other things too numerous to mention: nil to he sold to suit these hard times, and money saved in the purchase of your Pry Goods hill is Money Made. I So don't forget to call soon, in order to get the best selections and choice of goods. F. GATES & BRO. I mvl6 i June*, McDowell A Co., Brsair & Co., Little Rock, Ark. St. Louis. BTJSSEY & CO., GEN EHAL AMD COTTON FACTORS, XO. 48 CAROXDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Wm. McQueen will be on regular New Orleans boats, and will make liberal advances on consignments. Rsrta to—State Savings Association. St. Louis, Mu.; Pike, Lcpeyro A Brother, New Orleans, La.. Lookard A Ireland. Cincinnati. Ohio; J. Peter A Co., Louievilie, Ky.; 8. H. Tucker, Bauker, Little Rock, Ark. auglS STEWART, GWYNXE * CO., Commission Merchants, -AKD t\ hoiesale and Retail Dealers in BmMi> stimsssst, DES ARC, AKK WALT & CO., Dealer* In fttODICE, Ft’RNITE1IE, DRY I.'OOIIS, HOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, CRON TIES, BAGGING ROPE, Ac., Ac., Ac. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING. And will keep constantly on hand, a large sup p.y of all articles needed in this market. Wt sell ■: ^ ! And just as low aa w# can live at, governed at all times by ST.LOUIS AND EASTERN MARKETS. We feel upder obligations to our customers, and solicit a continuation of their favors. Ws 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. MISSOURI HOTEL, (Formerly tire Memphis Inn,) DE8 ARC, ARKANSAS. mil IS HOUSE, Situated near the steamboat .JL landing, has been repaired and renovated and fitted up with new fnruir-v>re, and is now open to the traveling public. The proprietor pledges himself that it shall be keut in everv department eqnal to any hotel in this sitj, and respectfully solicits a share of the pat ronage of the traveling public. Accommo dating porter always at the landing on the arrival of steamboats. I. N. HEDGPETH, Proprietor. (J BO. M'LAItl* J. SIMS ALLK* McLaren & ^.llen GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING, —A HD— Commission perrbanto, AND DCALtaS m Dry Goods, Clothing, Hits, Boots, and Shoes, Cromlca, Hardware, ((urtnmare, Cooking and Heat ing Stove*. Furniture, Etc. DEH ARC. ARK. N. B.—The higheet market price paid for Cotton, Hide?. Fork, Corn, *nd Country I'roduce. janll-Oia WITHOUT A RITA El THE DIXIE FARMER. an illustrateTweekly paper. Devoted to the Farm' the 0»rden. and the Houeehold. Is published every Thursday, »l Columbin end Nashville, Tennessee. Terna-M a Tear, In advance. The Pixie Farmer is the only Weekly Ag ricultural Paper in Tennesseo or the entire South, and is equal to the best. Address, NICHOLSON & WILLIAMS, Columbia, Tenn. Western & Virginia Tobaeeo Agency MATER, MAR8HUETZ A CO., rM PORTERS and Wholeeale Dealer! In 8e gars. Tobacco. Pipee, and the largeet stock of Smokers' articles in the South, COR NER SECOND AND JEFFERSON STREETS, Jefferson Slock, Memphis, Tenn. Orders promptly filled. »etl9-ly A. J. Thomas, R. 0 QU1, B. Blakeney. THOMAS, GILL * CO., RECEIVING, FORWARDING, Commission Merchants, —AND — STEAMBOAT AGENTS. DES ARC, ARKANSAS. VI.SO. dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCER IES, BAGGING and ROPE, Etc , Etc. jaulltX _______________________ j Peoples* Hotel, DEVALL’S BLUFF, ARK. S. A. LEVY, 8. J. PEOPLES, Clerk. Proprietor. Fine Billiard Salooi Attacked. juae4 C. C. CLEAVES dfc CO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, rmiariM amp BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 7N> Hal* Street, Mtaykla, Ttueeatt. A LARGE assortmant of Law, School and A Mifrelleae-eje P^'kl eont'aetlT on hind, sell* •» Tiar stSTbiraii* ooJ ’ !’ - - ^ r‘ *’• " £ ,1 Lumber • Merdwrrts, |1 iwo DEAt.ma m FLOORING, SHINGLES, *<7., D«s Arc, lrkiaui. WE are manufacturing and keep oon ■tantlj on h»nd, a Urge snpplj of IPfR j^aisonfd JUmbrt, Of erery rariety of timber, both ROtJGH anU DRESSED. Machine matched Flooring, of Pine and Cypreaa; Ceiling, and a general ra riety of Dimension lumber. Shingles, EXc. BILU erT TO ORDER. Ordere promptly filled when accompanied with the Cach. We bare aleo, ia connection With the abore, in good running order, a Bret claae CORIN' MILL, And are prepared to do all grinding that may be aent to our Milla. Meal exchanged for Corn, Ten Eyok, Sonia ST Co., Dee Are, January I, 1887,—janfi-ly mnun * «mw HIGHEST PREMIUM. $ Awarded the higheet premium at the Exhibi tion of the St. Louie Agricultural and Mechanical Fair, 1866, THE WORLD’8 FAIR, LONDON, AT TIIE FRENCH EXPOSITION, PARIS. Every Machine Warranted 3 Tear*. (From the London Timet.) The Wheeler A Wileon Machine, which is the one beet calculated tor houeehold work, uere no ehuttlee. and makee the Loek Stitch, alike on boih eidee of the goods. (From the Scientific American.) We uee the Wheeler A Wilaon, and pre nounce it without a rieal. Send for Circular. A SUMNER A CO., 70 Jeffereon St., Mtmphle, Ttnn., 416 North 6th St., St. Louie, Mo. my 26, 1867-ly. J. D. Adame, formerly of De an Adama Sc Gaff. P. J. Cockburn. formej-ly of Oakay Hawkins & Co. ADAMS Sl COCKUl'RN, COTTON FACTORS -AND Commission Merchants, N• . 40 UNION STREET, New Orleans. mayl2-6m DB.TJOS! A WELL SELECTED STOCK Of FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICAS, School Boohs and Stationery, Painta, Oil*, Dye-Stuffi, Window-Qlaaa, Per fumery, Patent Medicine*, Win**, Brandiea, Whiskey, for modieinal rurpoeee. Dromgoole'e celebrated Southern Remedial, invariably for oasb, at imall profit!. Jul21 4. 91. BURNEY. %*BTARV Saloon, Buena Yista Street, DE8 ABO, ABKAN8A8 ALL kind* of Liqnere, wince, Brandi**, Begare, Tobacco, A*., aonatantly on hand. M. HOLSHOUSFR. i. reaairea. w. s. nawMan. t. naaioa. JOHNSTON, NEWMAN A CO., erociaeoai to Jobnaton, Ml cohell d Oo., WHOLESALE OBOCEBS —inn— Commission Merohants, No. 274 Main Street, Bet. Seventh end Eighth, Louisville, Ky. Rate* te—Tbonae. 0111 A Co., Dee Arc, Arkeaeae auglfi - im _. . .»«r ~ «*■*• »•< m*« nBMnniaa Wir^f for ieee, DBS ABO citizen: KiirAUMSHKU IX 186*. I TOTS t'KKBIDKNTIAL YBABt NOW 8 TO T11E TO SUBSCRIBE! Greet Inducement* to MAKE UP CLUBS. Best Family Paper in Arkansai. The ClTllBN ii presented to the peopl« of Arkansas as large in form aa any Dem ocratic weekly in the State. Although independent in all things, and nentral is nothing, it ia emphatically a PA1IILT ttSTFSPAPaiR, And now ranks as one of the first in th« State. The greatest care will be taken U make its selections choice and instructive A new feature will soon be added by pub lishing a story each week, or if too long running it through two or three numbers The political complexion of the Citizer is white—opposed to negro suffrage and t score of other Radical tenets, and whil< opposing them shall advocate the principli that white men should rule white men. In times of great political danger ever] man should take a paper, and it h mon A ll. .l.i it. __a .... _:1 iUBU ptUWHWIW »uv |MVBVU> J " ■ - witness more political excitement and ex traordinsry political events than any pre vious one of oar nationality. Let &< people assist the Citizen by joining it and making up clubs, and they will there by render it a powerful auxiliary in thei: warfare against hateful negro suffrage anc the many other evila the Radical parti design thrusting upon the State. Read the following club rates, whicl are lower than those of any other weekli west of the Mississippi river: TERMS—CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copy ono year... $ 2 5( Teu copies " ” . 20 (X Twenty copies ” . 30 (X (And one to getter up of club) We ask of the friends of the Citixen and of the cause, to exert themselves ii forming clul>6 in every locality. Money cau be sent at our rilk in regie tered envelope. Address POE & MATHEWS, lies Arc, Ark. THE GREAT PAZIILT NaTTSPAPSP., THE Memphis Avalanche! DAILY ASD WEEKLY. Largest, Cheapest and Rest Paper Pub lished in the South! •s* Its Columns are Devoted to the LATEST NEWS! And to tht advancement of SOUTHERN INSTITUTIONS! In Politic* the Avalanche is DEM O C RATIO. The Market Reports have become celebra ted for their correctness, Ana m tn Agricultural, commercial, ro litical and Family Journal it stands unri valled iu the South. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Specimen copies sent free. TERMS, (Payable in Advance:) DAILY—On* espy, ssch month, $ I 00 " ” per year, 10 00 WEEKLY—per year, 2 00 “ Fire copies, ” 10 00 ” Tea ” " 20 00 On* extra sopy sent to any on* who sends u a club of five or mors. Specimen copies sent ft-**. Address M. C. GALLAWAY & CO., Aralauche Building, ml4-3 Memphis, Tenn. WX.QABTIV, ROBT. BUSSELL, JAMB O. BILL, JNO. T. FISHBR, THOS. AMDS SOM. E8TABLISUED 18X7. RE-ESTABLISHED IN 1866. OARVZ*?, B211 & 00., Importers ssi Wholesale Deslers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. ETC. X67 North Side Main, below Seventh St., ’•pl4 LOIKULLE, KY FOR SALE. OJiK Twenty.five Horse Power Portable Ntssm Engine, in ruuning order, and nearly n*W; also, an excellent Corn Mill, capable of grinding twenty buabels of corn per hour. The abute will be sold on terms to suit the times. For particulars, enquire at tbs Des Are Yll!. march 7, lttSB-tf. ONLY RS&XXB&S ROVt* U, TO, OUT OF, Oft THROUGH ARKA0SA& J&lSTEAMBOAT, RAILROAD in STAGE LINE. MEMPHIS AND WHITE EI7IB Packet Comx'any's First Class Passen ger United States Mail Steamers COMMERCIAL & LIBERTY No. 2 Leaving Memphis every TUB8DAT;and SAT URDAY COMING WEST, Leaving DeVall's Bluff every WEDNE8DAT and SATURDAY GOING EAST, Connecting nt Memphis with all Train, Far Northern and Eastern Cttlen Connecting at DeVaU'e Bluff with the Train, of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad, Provided with comfortable Cars and efficient officials, CONNECTING AT LITTLE ROCK WITH J. D. CHIDESTElt & CO.’S UNITED STATES MAIL STAGES TO ALL Points South and West in Arkansas. Commodious Coaches. Fine Teams and Sober Drivers. THROUGH TICKET SYSTEM ; Thoroughly inaugurated, saving pas sengers money and trouble. i ' ! Persons Going East or Coming West ! Will find this route perfectly reliable atall seasons, beingthe | UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. mm* For sale at all Railroad Offices in Mem phis and at offices of all copnectiug lines East of Memphis, and all Slag* Offices West of Little Hock. General Western Ticket Officb, At the Anthony House, Little Hock. John B. Davis. Sup’t Memphis and White River 1‘ack Co., Memphis. James W. RohektscN, Sup't Memphis and Little Bock Rail road, Little Rock. John T. Ciiidister, Sup't ^tuire Lines, Little Rock. 11. C. Rodakds, General Ticket Agent, Little Rock. I Tickets can bo Procured in Mempht at the Offices of I.svr a Miller, 5 Jefferson Street. Larky Hakmstad a Co., Corner Main and Madison Streets. OvKRTon Ticket Office, • Overton Hotel. Memphis a Charleston Railroad, Corner South Court and Main Streets. Memphis a Ohio Railroad Officb 237,4 Main Street. RELIABLE FREIGHT LINE! TO AND FROM Little Rock, Ark VIA White River Packet Co. AND Memphis and Little Bock Kailroad. staunch Steamers COMMERCIAL & LIBERTY No. 2 Leave Memphis for DeVall's Bluff Every Tuesday and Saturday Connecting with Trains of the Mem phis ami Little Itoek Itailroad East and West. Shippers Are assured that rates of freight br this line will be as low us by any other. THROrCill BILES OF LADING. Freights delivered at the door of the Consignee in Little ltock. I Route Open at all Seasons of the Year j Thus saving Shippers Time, Trouble, Drayage and vexations of delay. INSURANCE BY THIS LINE Less than by any other. Every attention given to interests of I Shippers. Freights for points above j Little Bock, ou the Arkansas river, will ! receive special attention. Apply td J. W. Boukkt&on’, Sup't Memphis and Little Bock Bail road. Little Bock. 11. I). I’akkkk. j General Freight Agent, Little ltock. John B. Davis, j Sup’t Memphis and White ltiver Pack et Co., Memphis. Larry Uarxstau * Co., Steamboat Agents, Memphis. Lcvt * Miller, 7?o. 5 Jefferson Street.