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i r* Whenever Work yon have to do, Yield not to sluggieh rest; •Wo matter though success seem sure, The work beat wrought will best endure; To make all thoroughly secure, * Always do your best! Whatever work you have to do. Go forth with eager z*all Plain duty may not pleasant be; Smooth paths to right men seldom see; Yet greater is Life's victory— Always do your best! Whenever you have work to do, Put courage to the test; Though fbe outnumber friend by far. Though singly you go forth to war. Though Doubt elip.se Hope’s morning star, Always do your best! ’Whatever work yon have to do, Stand to your purpose, lest One faltering all the line may shake, One falling may the full ranks break. And thus the foe the field may take. Always doyour best! Whenever work you have to do; Each hindering thought detest; *No mart can fill another’s place, One for himself must duty face; Be true, and trusting to God's grace. Always do your best! Whatever work you have to do. Make not the task a jest; True deeds are worth the doing well. More solemn each than Time can tell, -Tor soon will toll Life’s funeral bell— Always do your best! printer Apples for the South. It lias long been the conviction of many persons that there were no varieties of apples which would succeed as winter keepers at the South. This mistaken no tion has arisen from the fact that until within the past few years Southern tree planters knew no better than to plant varieties of Northern origin ; never for a moment taking into consideration the im portant fact that a given variety of fruit requires for its perfect development and maturity a given amount of light and heat; and that as a matter of course, a variety that will mature at the North at the close of warm weather there, w ill ma ture at the South before the close of warm weather here; and that having matured, it will euter into a state of rapid decom position and decay, through the chemical changes brought about by excess of heat. No variety of fruit can be valuable as a winter fruit in any climate unless the time requried for its maturity embraces all the warm weather of the latitude in WHICH lb IS grown. UUltC; uu ujtpiw w U6 a winter apple at the South, must not mature before the close of warm weather here—that is, it must vequire several weeks longer time to reach maturity than Northern winter apples demand. Winter apples for tho South must be such as are “native and to the manor born.” They can be valuable only to the South since, in a highor lattitude, the cold weather would come upon them before they reach ed maturity. Iu the matter, then, of winter fruits, it certainly holds to reason, and to the immutable laws of nature, that, by tho prop r selection of varieties, the South may become entirely independent of the North, Indeed, the - ost respectable Northern pomologists admit that our best Southern winter apples attain a higher excellence in respect to sprightliness and flavor than it is possible for any Northern winter apples to obtain. There is no reason, then, why the South may not sup ply the Northern markets with the very finest winter apples, nnd at tin most remunerative prices. Intelligence in the selection of varitte«, nnd industry in their cultivation, can accomplish this—and it will be accomplished. Possessed of the finest so:l aud elimat'e in the world for the production of the most delicious fruits, lot us hope that the South may soon be able to rise from her prostrate condition, and that she may soon look upon her hills crowned and her vales shaded with her own native trees and vines—the glory and the prido of the generous hands that planted them —Koen & Bledsoe's Catalogue. Harrow Escape of Two I'ounit Ladies. Yesterday afternoon, about half-past 4 o’clock, as a barouche with two young ladies of Shelby county ha2 just passed through a gateway near the railroad crossing on the Shelby ville pike, aud the negro driver was closing the gate a train came thundering along, aud ns the lo comotive whistle sounded, tho two Bpirucu nurses uniucu uu. «uwuj *•»* pike, so badly frightened as to be en tirely beyond control. The negro dri ver shouted, but to no purpose; the , horses only going the faster for the * noise, and the young ladi, s soroauiing with fright. Mr. Thomas Hail, a y0liug gentleman of this city, who was driving out toward the race track, no ticed the horses in time to jump out of his buggy, and, by waving his hat, partially checked their mad career. Fearing they would dash into a fence, at the risk of his neck he sprang Into the barouche, bnt as he drew up the lines the horses became furiou*, and again bounded oil' at break-neck speed, threatening every moment to upset the vehicle or to pitch out the two now thoroughly terrified young ladies, who, had it not beou for the presence of mind of Mr. Hall in pre venting them, would have leaped from their seats into the road. Never was terror more strongly depicted on two human faces, and the young man s heart was away up la his mouth as the mad brutes neerec tl/o great stone posts that loomed up near the toll-g»* tVh%t if the barrouehe with its pre cious freight, should be dashfcd against one of these? The thought made him turn pale. Gathering all his strength, howfcvcr, he determined to do lus part like a mao, and with this resolve he planted Id* foot against one of the un iSai* and with all his might com ,neared a vigerous “*ee-saw" on the Hues. The horses, rearing and plung • * ii»*, still Wept oh, their heads jerking from side to side ami their nostrils steaming with their hot breath. 'There seemed little hope as the barouche neared tht? posts, and' the iicghtcacd occupant* looked for no.hing but ^ „Vr % *‘VV ‘ •' death. It was a terrible moment, but fortune at last favored the brave. The continued “see-sawing'" on the lines proved (no much for the fiery spirit of the unruly steeds, and it was not long before botli of them were brought to their knees, panting, cx haiiMd, and tlioronglily subdued. The young ladies, so unexpectedly rescued, ou seeing the danger over, were profhsd in thanks to their rescuer, who, however, modestly withdrew af ter complying with a request for his address.—‘Lbuisvtlle Courier-Journal. Impolite* Tilings. Reading when Others arc talking. Cutting finger nails ill company. Leaving meeting before it is closed. Whispering in meeting. Gazing at strangers. Leaving a stranger without a seat j A want of reverence for a superior. Reading aloud iu company without be ing asked. Receiving a present without some, man ifestation of gratitude. Making yourself the topio of conversa don. Laughing at the mistakes of others. Joking others in company. Correcting older persons than yourself —especially parents. Loud laughter—especially by ladies. Commencing to eat as soon as you sit down to the table. Commence talking before others are (through. Answering questions wheu put to oth ers. And not listening to what one is saying ( in company, unless you desire to show ( contempt for the speaker._ TheSexoF Eggs.—When, on examin- ■ ing an egg. by holding it between the ey e and the light of the sun, or of a candle, j the vivifying speck is seen exactly on the top, such an egg, it is said, will produce a male bird; but if ou the contrary, the speck be on oneside, it will produce a hen. ; It is said, also, that the sex St the embryo - bird may be distinguished by the shape ot the ccg; as if the egg is elongated in shape it will contain a male, hut if more globu lar it will contain a female. So that, if these indications be true, cither sex may be propagated at pleasure, which is not yet known to be the case in any other class of the animal crention. __j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dit. J. W. BrttMtr. Bn. Putt.. ». Echols. IHItVEV & ECHOLS, PHYSICIAN S AND SBROEO N 8, Would respectfully tender their profession al services to tbo citizens of Dos Arc and its vicinity. . . ,, N. B.—Especial attention given to tuc treatment of women and children by Dr. Echols._Ja_ni_ DR. ROB’T. B. TREZEVANT, Tenders his prolcssional services to ; the citizens of Des Are and vicinity. ( Office—At B. F. Johnson Drug Store. sep21 J. E. GATEWOOD, J- S. THOMAS, GATEWOOD & THOMAS, SAW DES ART, ARKANSAS. H. P. Vaughan. ATTORNEY AT LAW DES ARC, ARKANSAS. WILL practico in the Courts of the counties j of Prairie. White, Jackson. Woodruff and Monroe. Particular attention given to the collection of claims auy where in the State. sepTtf. T. E. EMERSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW ; AND GENERAL LAND AGENT, AUSTIN, PRAIRIE COUNTY, AUK. Special attention given to the collection and securing claims, buying and selling lands. , paying lazes, czaming titles, &c. april 11 j I B. •• UAKTT. W. J. DBOSAtOll ; GANTT Sr. BRONAUGH, attorneys at law, BROWNSVILLE. ARKANSAS. _ —„ i. ,All,eline of I lUUIJf' ^ -- o , , claims.____**Pr_ W. J. ROGERS. ATTOaSSY AT LAW, BROWNSVILLE, ARKANSAS. Prompt attetiTlou nWo. to fh'» Collection of Claims. Investigation of Land Titles, ray- | ment of Taxes. &c._ ' SOL F. CLABK. SAM W. WILLIAMS Clark William*, Attorneys at Law, I.ITTLE BOCK, ABBAA'SAS WII L practice in all the Court., prosecute Churns of all kinds, collect debts, and i» _. y.tntt and Oeneral Agents. ’‘"ornca-Mutkbam Street, near State House. „pril28-tf R.COODT. D.MCRAR COODY & McRAE, AYYOMSfl 4* &4W KEABl'W, WHITE LOISTT, ABKANBA8. Will practice In all the eourts of Arkansas. maarS4- __‘ I 33. F. Johnson DRUGGIST, DES ARC, ARKANSAS. KEEP on hand a large assortment of Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, Perfumery, patent Medicines, Wine*. Brandies, Whiskey, j tor medical purposes, which be will sell low. ■ Prescriptions and orders tilled P™flJPl*y Twrm* cash. f*l* **• ***** LtitDIItlS AX’D DI8TASCES On White River and Tributaries. ’From Memphis to mouth White Riv er, 175 n.ilcs.'l WRITE RIVER. From mouth White river to Richard's I *' Cut Off 6| | Wild Goose llayou . 9 lo Prairie Landing J 22 La Grew ? 24 Ox Bows . • § Scrub Grass l oot Little lelaud. *0 44 Head . 6, 50 Foot Rig Island. 4 54 ■ Rig Creek. 18 72 Indian B4v 2 74 Head Rig Island. 4 78 5t. Charles. fij 84 Anderson’s Bluff.\ 1 85 Maddox’s Bay . 9 94 I'rockett’s Biuff | 3; 97 Adams’ Bluff.1 ,8; 105 'ascoe. Jo H® Aberdeen. 10 125 Mrs. Hatch’s. 2 121 Walnut Ridge . 2 129 Clarendon . 6 135 Warsaw .! 6 141 Brooked Point Cut Off. 9 150 Miller’s Bluff. 15 165 Arkapola. .■ 7 172 Devall's Bluff.! 4 176 surrounded Hill. 2 178 Buena Vista. 2 180 Hidden Bluff. 5 186 Little Hill. 3 .188 Fohn Wright’s. 2 190 Vattensaw. 2 192 Boot Trimble Island . 1 198 Head Trimble Island.* 3! 196 .’apt. Taylor's. 5 202 | Bes Arc" . 9 210 ] Arch Ilutchin’s. 5 215; McCarthy's. 3 218: iVyor's Woodyard . 4 222 i ’each Orchard Illnff. 12 234 i digger Hill. 5 239! .iltle Red River. 12 251j Jrcgory's Landing. 12 263 Jrav’sBend. 10 273; Augusta. 9 282 j Chambers’ . 3 285 i’aylor's Bay. 1 286 i Wilkinson's. 21288 Bole’s Landing. 6 293 lock Roe. 1 294! Bud ley's Dread. 15 309, ’etty Glaize. 7 316! Mill Creek. 12,328 !rnnrt Glaize. 4 3S6 I i.ittle Island . . ,f. 3, 338 i Village Crook .■ 6| 344, [’cod’s Bar. 348 1 S’ewport. 3 351 , Elizabeth. I 352 j laeksouport. 6 358 McGuire’s . 13 371 Hardin Hulsey’s . 4 3751 Morgan Magnus. 6 381 Batcsville. il5 3961 At. l’.i. ' ■*Cln HU? I Buffalo City. 15 511 Tolbert's Ferry.1 20 531 Delniriuc. 45 570 Forsythe . 40 010 Mouth Bull. 20 636 BLACK B1VER. Jncksonport to Mouth Strawberry. 60 Po What tan. 40 100 Pocahontas. 40 140 j CURRANT RIVER. Pocahontas to Cherokee Bay . 00 Doniphan 40’ 100 j LITTLE RED RIVER. From mouth to Esquire Lindsey’s . 1 Philip Crise’s. 9; 10 Gosliti’s. 2; 12 Knight's. 4 16 Slat Bewdeu's . 2 18 Harrison Brown’s . 4 22 j Granny Aiken’s. 1 23 Judge McDaniel's. 3 20 Joseph IVright’s. 1 27 Mrs. Aiken’s.; 1 28: Joint Terry’s. 2 30’ West Point . 30', Kelley’s. l|311, M osier’s . ', 32 Kinder & Hutcliiu's ', 32', Mark Voting's. 2:34', John Cook’s. i 35 : Kim Harris' . ,’sj 3SJ* j Alexander Crawford’s 2 37?„ ; William Lowry's. J* j 38 j A. Vanmetre’s. 1; 39 j Prospect Bluff . 2j 41 T. Young's. 410, Daniel Cook's . ', 42 Col. Prince's . . . 12>, Ilueklev’s Gin. 2 44*, Seaeev Landing . . 48 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. PER BUSHEL. Articles. Pounds. Dried Apples . 24 Bran.20 Barley..48 Beans . 30 Cow Peas... .60 White Beans . 60 Castor Beans.46 Buckwheat.,. 52 Stone Coal.80 S'neiied Corn. 56 I Corn in the ear* .70 Born Meal.48 Di.. .1it,.:. Q Uuahicked Lime. 80 Biirlev Malt.38 Rye Malt .. ..34 Oats .32 j Onions 33 ; Irish Potatoes 60] Sweet Potatoes.. . ... .55 I’eas.. ,60 Rve 56 Blue Grass Seed 14 Clover Seed.60 Flax Seed. 56 Hemp Semi 44 Timothy Seed. 45 Hungarian Seed 48 Coarse Salt. 50 Fine Salt.55 Turnips . •>•> Wheat 60 Colton Seed 33 WM. QARVIN, ROOT. RUSSELL, JANE 0. BELL. JNO. T. FISHER, TItOS, ANBE SON. ESTABLISHED IS27. RE-ESTABLISHEI) IN 1866. CARTS2T, E3L1& CC., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestio DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. ETC. 207 North Side Main, below Seventh St., ,ept4 IjOtTtt 11,1,L, H% Look to Vour Intercut. The undersigned will in a few days open a regular shop ai Gatewood & Thonias old olUce, where he proposes to do all work in the line of a carpenter, cotfiu maker, etc, at the cheapest rates. He warrants every job ho undertakes. Send iu your orders. WILLIAM CAMPUSLU _ * •“ mm*m-' .rsiaiiiTJM port all* 1 i Every new subscriber for the DE8 ARC CITIZEN wifi get the AMERI CAN STOCK JOURNAL as a pre mium for one year. This makes the CITIZEN by far the cheapest pa per published in the State, its sub scription price being only 1 IT IS A ISOOD limTAENT To subscribe for the DEB ARC CIT IZEN. as you will get two papers, either of the two being fully worth the subscription price you pay out. tow IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. As we will make use of our large list of agricultural exchanges to glean from them the most practical hints on farming, making the CITIZEN almost as valurble to the farmer as if it was devoted to agriculture en tirely, while rhe STOCK. JOURNAL, that is given to each new subscriber will teach all about the care and treatment of stock. IF YOU WANT Send Two Dollar* and Fifty Cents and we will send you the DE8 ARC CITIZEN and the AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL for one year; or, if you choose, yon can have them seut to different names. , The CITI ZEN is weekly, cantaining thirty two columns; the STOCK JOURNAL is monthly, containing thirty-two pages, with.two columns to the page, neatly covered and trimmed, SPEND YOUR MONEY AT HOME. And it will flow back to you in some shape, as a large amount «f our earn ings are spent in your midst for the necessaries of life, which is not the case wheu you send to a distance for n paper TO BITLD IP A HOME PAPER, That will rank first-class, nothing is necessary but for its own people to j encourage it with a generous support and it will rise in worth just in pro portion to the support given it. * . The Best Way Yon Can Spend $2 50 I I r f ■ 1 . V > •#..* * \ Is to subscribe for tho PES ARC CITIZEN for oue year, and we will send you the AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL (acknowledged by those who have read it to be the best pa per of its class in the United States) tor oue year as a premium. Me have made this arrangement in order to have a great inducement to offer our farming and stock raising friends and to increase our subscription lists and influence beyond that of any other country paper, while at the same time wo wish to create a desire to raise better stock hero than hitherto. IF YOU HAVE ANY PRIDE IN Home Institutions, Make up a list of names and send them, with the money, and we will perform our part. We are wording with all the energy and capacity we possess to print a cheap paper and one that will meet the wants of our people It takes money to run a newspaper, but if we are properly supplied with the one thing needful, | through the support of those who are directly interested, we promise * to keep pace with the times and pre sent new improvement* and attrac tions as we are justified in doing so. Think well of the matter and we are coutident you will see the advantage of p&trouiziug home institutions. Address A. C. MATHEWS, Pra Amo, AmtAwaAS. j ————11 Fresh Arrival OF NEW GOODS! —AT— THOMAS, GILL & CD’S. ALL KINDS OF STAPLE* FANCY DRY GOODS: HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC. A very large and complete stock of CLrocerles, Hardware, Tinware, ]B,tc In fact everything you can name in that line of business. PRICES UNCOMMONLY LOW FOR THE CASH. J. JOHNSTON. W. n. NEWMAN. T. MANION. JOHNSTON, NEWMAN & CO., SUCCESSORS TO Jolin^ton, IMitoliell A: Co„ WHOLESALE GROCERS —*sn— Commission Merchants, No. 274 Main Street, i>ei. oevenin ana cngiitn. Louisville, Ivy. Refer to—Thomas, Gill & Co., Des Aro, Arkansas. * auglS STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES!! for durability, simplicity and beauty, stands without a rival. The stitch’is alike j on both sides of the fabric sewed, and will not rip or ravel. The following facts hav ing been demonstrated, are given as reasons why the STAR MACHINE should be prefer red to any other: 1. Their great simplicity. 2. It'is impossible for them to get out of adjustment during proper usage. 3. They are of great capncityt and will stitch, hem, fell, braid, bind, cord and gather without basting. 4. They have an adjustable press or foot to hold the work; and they sew equally well the lightest and heaviest fabrics. 6. They w 11 sew over the heaviest seams without changiug the tension or breaking the finest thread. 6. They use a straight needle—curved ones are liable to break. 7* The needle has a perpendicular motion. This is absolutely necessary lor heavy work. 8. They run easily, and are almost noise THE STAR SHUTTLE is emphatically a first-class Machine iu every respect, and, what is most of all, it is offered at a lower price than any other good machine in the market. Further particulars furnished on application. M. M. REACH & CO., 353 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. The usual discount allowed to local agents. sep8-ly J. D. Adams, formerly of Dean ! Adams & Gaff. i P. J. Cockburn, formerly of Oakey | Hawkins & Co. — adams & rot'fturnx, COTTON FACTORS -AND lommission Merchants, i In*. 40 UNION STREET, IVe-vv Orleans. mayl2-6m j Jours, MoPowr.i L & Co., Btrsky & Co., Litlie Hock, Ark. Si. Louis. ' 33TTSSTCY & CO., GENERAL I Commission Merchants, AND j COTTON FACTORS, NO. 48 CAHONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. . Wm. McQfken will be on regular New Orleans boats, ami will make liberal advances on consignments. — Kr.mt to—State Saving* Association. St. j Louis, Mo : Pike, Leptjrro & Brother, New Orleans* La.; Lockard & Ireland, Cincinnati. , Olio; J. Peter & Co., Louisville, Ky-; S. II. Tether. Banker. LHt'h* RpHi. ArV •RfH’ ■ . 11 I "■JjlilBSW" ■■ ■ ■■ 11 ""B \ R Ju-Won. f**i. J C.AUlAliir. r. H. Jadton. R t) MnKlitw*. I » • ULOCI? ft. 00M COTTON rifTOAl, in tk»MiL Commission Wrr chants i Hoods 3$ A 36 Loo Block, liioR §t.t - - - Mrapkls, Tea it - Tf‘‘ • :.=/ BAGGING. Rope, ami Iron Tie* fwmiahad * to our customers : also, all cotton ship- * pci to us. will be covered by our open policy if Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed | pepE-fim_ _ ] WALT & CO., Dealer* in 1 PRODECE, El'R WITT RE, DRV GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, IRON TIES, B AGGI KG ROPE, At., Ac., Ac. Pt§ MO, fit. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING. And will keep constantly on hand, a large Sup-' ply of all articles needed in this market. We And just as low as we can Rto at, governed at all times by ST. LOUIS AITS 3ABTBP.ST MARKETS. We feel under obligations to our cu.-uoimrs. and solicit a continuation of their favors We will purchase or make advancements on Cot ton shipped to our house in Memphis, or to our correspondents iu New Orleans. augd WALT & CO. j ___ _ _I MISSOURI HOTEL, (Formerly the Memphis Inn,) DUS ARC, ARKANSAS. rpms HOUSE, Situated near the steamboat X landing, has been repaired and renovated and fitted up with new furniture, and is now open to the traveling public. The proprietor j pledges himself that it shall be kept in every j department equal to any hotel in this city,! and respectfully solicits a share of the pat- j ronage of the traveling public. Accommo dating porter always at the landing on the arrival of steamboats. I. N* I1KDGPETH, Proprietor. OKO. m’LARKN j. 81W8 ALLEN McLaren & A_llen GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING, —AND— <£ammte$ion ^UrtUnts. and dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots, and Shoos, Groceries, Hardware, Queeuswarc, Cooking and Heat lag Stoves, Furniture, Etc. DES ARC. ARK. N. B.—The highest market price paid for Cotton, Hides, Pork, Corn, and Country Produce. janl-l-Om A. J. Thomas, R. U. Gill, B. Blakeney. THOMAS, KILL & €0., RECEIVING, FORWARDING, Commission Merchants, —AND— STEAMBOAT AGENTS, DE8 ARC, ARKANSAS. ALSO, dealers 1» DRY GOODS, GROCER IES, BAGGING aud ROl’E, Eic , Etc, jaulltf CHARTER STOVE EMPORIUM. Ketublished in IHSV 191 Main Sired, Corner of Washington, (SION OF THE BIO COFFEE POT,) Memphis. Toim. JNO- L- El OH BERG Sole Depot for the Celebrate 1 CHARTER, ORtOLA AM) RIVAL SOUTHERN AGENCY for the well-known P. P. Stewart’s Cooking Stoves. Heat ing Stoves of all descriptions and patterns Dealer in Hollow ware, Grates, Cutlery aud House Furnishing Goods. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Irou Ware. All Goods guaranteed as represented: and orders from the country solicited and prompt ly attended to. Send for cuts and pamph lets. »ep8-8w STEWART, GWYNNE ft CO., Commission Merchants, —-AND— Wholesale and Retail Dealers in iiSKSMk irtiEMMJiDm,, DKb ARC, ARK. < i nmum-1- A'1 - -—" John Armstrong, Lumber Merehaiit, ktnVMVil lit AMI* DEaI.RR IS FLOORING, SHINGLES, ScC., Dos Arc, Arkansas. %Jpl are tnanofact wring ami l*<ep can f ! etaatlj an band, a large supply of Well £rasouf(l -Lumber >f every wrifty cf limber, both ROOGfl and DRWABD. Machine matched Flooring, of Pine and Cypreaa; Ceiling, and a general va riety of Dlnen<-!on Lumber. Shtn«ir», b«*. BILLS ( IT TO OUDER. Orders promptly I1M wLen accompanied with tits Cash. We ltsve Also, in connection with the nborc, in good tunning order, n 6 rat clnss CORN MII.C, And nrc prepared (o do all grinding ibat may be sent to our Mills. Meal exchanged for Com. JOIII tHUhTROSU, Dcs Arc, January 1, 18t',7 —janS-ly vimxi n wikMm HIGHEST PREMIUM. SIWlIfc MACdlME, Awarded the highest premium ut the Exhibi lieu of* the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Fair, 18 tH>, THE WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON, AT TIIE FRENCH EXPOSITION, PARIS Every Machine Warranted 3 Years (From the London Times.) The Wheeler & Wilson Machine, which i the one best calculated tor househohL work uses no abilities, and make* the Lock Stitch alike on both sides of the goods. (From the Scientific Aimr can.) We use tno Wheeler cc \Yi:sou, and pn uounce it without a rival. Send for Circular. A SUMNER &. C O., 70 Jefferson St., Memphis, Tenu., 416 Nortl 6th St., St. Louis, Mo. my 26, 1867-ly. •.’sawn*,’ Saloon, Buena Vista Street, D E S ARC, ARK A X S A S A LL kinds of Liquors, M ines, Brandies x\. Sugars, Tobacco, Ac., constantly «>n Hand M. HOL8HOUS! R A. M’OKEGOK. tTM. mV.HKGoM • MCGREGOR BROS., Cotton Factors —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IDO till A VIKit STRBirr, Between Uarondelot and Haronne, New Oklkans, La LIBERAL adranees made on mnaign ments. oei2U*3m Wholesale Candy Manufactory am Confectionery. PODEST4 & CAZiMA, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealer* it GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, PICKLES, PRESERVES, SARDINES. CIGARS. WINES. LONDON PORTER. AND SCOTCH ALE. No. 232 Main St., Under Odd-Fellows Hall. deolo-3m] Memphis, Tknn Hen. K. PiHlen, M»cc«AMirs t« Muir, Mtbblu* A I’ullru, Importer, W holesale, and Retail Dealtrn i OHIiSLA., GLASS and QUEENSWARE, SILVER-PLATED WARE, lloiiMe FurnlNliIng VimmIi, Elf., No. 273 Main Street, Opposite Court Square, 40.1*9*. MEMPHIS. TENN. CHILLS AND PEVKR. C»n tbc Chills be cureJ in every instance without affect l':ig tho head ' is there no medi cine that will satisfy our people, that will per manenrlv eradicate all forma of Chills and K.t.-i! Tea, It can be done. What is its name • uJ where can it he had? PKOMOOOLK A CO.'S KING OF CHILLS at only one dollar, Is to-day. the most worthy and substantial Chill medicine now before the Southern peo ple. It nerer fails to give the most perfect, satisfaction in every re-peel. Evert planta tion should buy one dozen bottles at a time. Which is so common £n all our rivers, lakes, bayous. swamps, sic, can bo easily cured by using our “King of Chills' which immedia tely aroudes the Liver, cleanses the Stomach, opens the Bowels, and never fails to cure the worst forms of Chills and Fever. Chills are no easily cured by its use, that it iB folly to suffer any longer. FARMERS AND PLANTERS Everywhere could save much time and money attfong their hands by keeping a constant JMIpplj uf lit .n -a -- A-—— J mm It malroa quick and permanent cures without affecting the bend, and is a powerful tonic to prevent a | return We appeal to all who suffer with chills. DROMGOOLE & 00.’S ENGLISH FEMALE BITTE&S, A beautiful medical compound, prepared'by ^ ! a class of regular and experienced physicians who have been practising medicine iu the South for twenty years. This Female Regulator id a powerful > Uterine Tonic, arousing the Womb to a heal thy action, thereby curing painful, suppress ed or irregular menstruation, falling of tho Womb. Leucorrhcea or Whites, Ulceration and Irritability of the Womb, Swimming and ! Giddiness of the Head, Palpitation or the Heart, Melancholy, Sick Headache, Ovarian Disease, Derangement of the Kidneys and Bladder, and all those preculiar complaints , affecting. ! WIFE, MOTHER and SISTER, Head a few extracts from letters. “English Female Bitters cured me of fall ing of the Womb.” “My wife carried six bot * ties to Bine Bluff, two bottles cured her of ! Leucorrhcea and she sold the remainder*” j “Send one bottle English Female Bitters for Palpitation nud Sick Headache ‘ Three ‘bottle* of English Female Hitters cured my wife of Painful Menstruation. ’ * 0, I feel so j much better after using English Female * ! Bitters, it strengthens me." “Four bottles 1 «»f English Female Bitter* euried my wife of i Ulceration of the Womb,” IS I o o cl a mi nones Are composed of certain materials which be , come greatly changed from the effects of many constitutional disease*, such as Fkiu Diseases. Eruptions on the Face, broken down j Constitution*. Shattered Nerve. 1.fleets of Mercury, Scrofula. Glandular Tumors and Swellings, old Ulcers, and Sores of long stan ding and all that cla*s of di*easc* where the : blood has become impure, and this condition 1 >f your blood must be changed, altered, be : tore you can oxpect to get well, and tor this , purpose uotbiug is better than DUOMUOOLK & CO.'S ; CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCH Which Immediately purifies the blood and ro 1 J stores health. The Blood Purifier is composed of Sti lin giu. Yellow Dock. S ii v.ipnrilttt. Bui d»»c'. it’ll 1 I Iodide Potash, nod all know liivm in • be good, as all physician* -ay so. as welt its those who speak from experience. kIDNEV l.VIk kiumn i! Affect ions which are so common among ;41 classes in the Southern climate, arc immedi ately cured by the use of Dromgoole & Co s. i luid Extract Bearberry, Cubebs and Buchu It will cure Retention or Non-Retention of Urine, Gravel. Thick or Milky Urine, Diffi culty of Urinating. Pain in the Back, Bloody Urine. Melancholy and Evil Forebodings, Extreme Nervousness. Effects of Hab'ts of • Dissipation or Early Abuses, Loss of Power an 1 Memory, affecting old or young, male or ; female. I i Use Great Southern Preparations, Use Great Southern J\»partitions. Use Great Southern Preparations j Vliyf IB-i'ause they are a elns* of modi cine* pre pare*! by lae regular Me deal profession in : the South, are genuine remedies, specially adapted r*> ft mi them diseases and are giving universal satisfaction. J P. DROMGOOLK k CO . Proprietor*. M* input* Tmn. Sold it» De* Are by B. F. JOHNSON, and druggists every where. * S fiSf* _ " S © 9 : $ s ® ^ i « a X 3 * S— ® § N ""S 2 as ® S2 » 5. ® „ ■ ® „ 1 ® ? i • —--- ~. freight nntl r»«iur Card Kale of tiie Mi-iiipliie and While Hirer IN t»KP£Nl>£NT PACkHr. ‘-ai DES A lie. I Leaving Memphis Every MouJ.iy. LlllOM Memphis to Helm . I bit a. F: ir • F Point and all way Lauding* au«l wv -i t* White river, per 1<R* pound*. 25c; dry bar I rela. 60c; salt barrels. 00c; pork, 7,5c. wbia~ ky, $1; molasses. $1; corn, oat* and bran, ; 25 c. From Memphis to Indian Hay and all Way Lauding*, to l>e» Arc, Augii'ta, West Point and Searcy, per 100 pound". |Oc; dry barrels, 00c; salt barrel*, 75c: pork. $1; whisky, $1 i 26; molasses, $1 50; corn, oatf aiui hrau, 80c, From Memphis to Jaeksouport. per lUO I pounds. 6l)c; dry barrel*. 75c; salt barrels, $1; i pork, $1 25; whisky, $1 75; uiolaitcs, $1 75; | corn, oats and bran, 4i»e. Passage from Memphis to Prairie Landing, i Indian Hay. St. Charles, Cr icket* •» Bluff, j Mount Adams. Casco and Clarendon, $b; Little Hock. $15, Has Arc, $10; West Point, * Searcy and Augusta. $18; Jaeksouport. $16. Cotton to Memphis, $1 50 per bale. JOHN L>. ELLIOTl\ Muster. Elliott ft Miller, Agents, No. 5 Jefferson » *treef, Mem|‘til**- sopl*