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Commission Merchants,
DES ARC. ARKANSAS,
DEALERS IN
PRODUCE AND GROCERIES,
Hardware, Fur nit lire, JWattr asses, fyc*, fyc.
• • ALSO • •
IRON, STOVES, CASTINGS, CUTLERY, GLASSWARE,
EARTHENWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE,
PAINTS, OILS,
Agricultural Implements,
Window Glass, Sasii, Putty, Lime, Hair,
Cement Plaster, &c., &c.,
TOGETHER WITH
Mill and Gin Belting, Bagging and Hope
ANI) ALMOST EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES THAT TOE
FARMER, MECHANIC AND HOUSEKEEPER
MAY NEED.
Their stock- is ke>pt full and complete by fresh arrivals. oct24-tf
tfSHrasosT <2?
NAPOLEON, ARKANSAS.
nov7-ly
Leaves Memphis Every Friday.
Memphis, White and Little Ked
fcliver Packet.
NEW MOON,
JOHN HEARING.Master.
H, TWOMEY.Clerk.
a_i THIS new and fast running
Jfe^^^^LALsteomer, having entered the
above trade, will make regular weekly trips as
above, arriving at Des Arc every Sundry even
ing from Memphis; passing down, will leave
Des Arc every Monday evening.
For freight or passage, apply on board.
March 6th, 1861.
N. BOYD...M. BOYD.
BOYD BROTHERS,
DES ARC, ARK.,
HAVE just received a large*.,
I'^ffwiassortmeiw of "f <s*W
at o-jiOC? JIaS JLiL X 23233-'
of all descriptions, viz:
73 Barrels Flour, I 2 bbls. cognac Brandy
3 “ extra, XXXjlO boxes 'Lobacco, as
OU SaCKS WOlll ,
l,0ltocl 5 doz. Buckets, water,
28 Sacks Wheat Bran, 5 “ “ well,
20 “ Onions tO “ Wash Boards,
3 bbls. Onion setts, 2 bbls. Beat Hominy,
lb Boxes Soap, / 2 “ White Beans.
50 Bbls. Whisky, Rob- 500 lbs. Candy assorted
inson county, white 1 box Rock Candy,
5 bbls. Bourbon yvhis- 5 “ Catsup,
|l0y, j 5 “ Pepper Sauce,
2 bbls. Rye Whisky, 2 half bbls. Soda,
7 Nests Tubs' ' 300 lbs. Starch,
6 doz. Brooms, 10 gross Matches,
5 bbls. Crac/xers, 50 bbls Potatoes,
20 boxes Ca/idles, 20 sacks Coffee,
25 half bo*x/'S Candles, 10 kegs Powder,
lOdoz cans'Oysters 2!b 5 doz. Yeast Powder
12 << “/ “ lib 5 “ Mustard,
5 gross 4t. Flasks, ] 1 box Cream Tartar,
3 “ /pt. “ Figs and Raisins,
0 bbl/. Vinegar, [Fruits of all kinds,
1 “■ Peach Brandy,l
Also a variety of other articles.
Persons wishing to purchase will do well t(
give us a call. BOYD BROTHERS.
March 13—’01—tf.
/ WILLIAMS & HORNE
LAND AGENTS,
Des Arc, Prairie County, Arkansas
AMTILL give prompt attention to al
** LAND CLAIMS, and will attem
personally to the locating of swamp land scri
and warrants, buying, selling lands and pay
ing taxes, &c. mar 4-tf.
SELLING OPT
.A.T COST.
rpHE Stock of Goods at the Auction an
J_ Commission Store ot J. H. Quisenberry
i« Des Arc, is now offered, in any quantity
positively h! New York and Louisville cost
freight added. Jan. 2, 1861. [tf
White River C. S. Mail Line!
FROM JACKSONPORT TO NAPO
LEON—Thence to Memphis —
MAKING REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY CON
NECTION PROM MEMPHIS TO ALL POINTS
ON WHITE RIVER:
Consisting of the following new and fast run
ning Passenger Packets,
Sum. Hale- - - - C. W. Coi.es, Master.
Kanaw lia Valley, D. B. Price, Master.
--
Tariff of Prices White River Freight
and Passage.
From Memphis to Jacksonport and at!
Points Below.
Fount. Freights, per 100 ft»s. - - - $ 50
Whisky and Wet bbls., per bbl. - - 1 25
Salt, per sack - -- -- -- - 50
Flour, per bbl. -------- 50
Cotton Gins, each ------ 8 00
Wheelbarrows, each ----- 25
Fanning Mills, - -- -- -- 4 00
Straw Cutters 50
Corn Shellers ------ - 50 to 75
Pails, per doz. ------- 25
Chairs in Bundles, each - - - - 25
Rockers ---------- 25 to 50
Sofas, each - - - - - - - - - $2 to $C
Divans --------- 1 50 to $2
Pianos - -- -- -- -- - 8 00
Bedsteads - - - - - - - - - $1 to $2
Teasteis - -- -- -- -- 50c to $2
Buggies - -- -- -- -- 5 00
Barouches and Carriages - - - - $7 to $10
Money, Jewelry and other valuables, J percent
and b'll lading to be signed for.
Price of Freight from Napoleon to
Des Arc, 30 cents per 100 pounds. Passage
$5 00.
Pgg?” Price of Freight from Des Arc to
i>imi|un>5 .hi cunts pei iuu puuiiusj cuuiuu *71
per bale. Passage $8.
Passage from Memphis to Indian Bay and
Des Aic, $8; Nigger Hill and Augusta, $9;
Grand Glaize and jacksonport, $10.
july 3.-tf.
a. X. Sl’CARLEY.. R. BROWN.
McCarley, Brown & Co.,
(Successors toR. C. McCarley & Co.)
DES ARC.ARKANSAS.
DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
D It Y GOODS !
HATS,
CAPS,
BOOTS,
’ SHOES,
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
. SADDLES,
TRUNKS
1 AND VALISES
—ALSO,
, Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
[ febl3-tf
! carter, McCauley &, c« ,
DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
\ Ready-Made Clothing, Cutlery and
Qukensware.
SEARCY, ARK.
Jarll-1?.
rmoML. isnaae..
COAL OIL AND LAMPS.
Perfection of Light!
COJl&j-OHj cf .YI9 Ij,**WPS
INFINITELY THE BEST
AND
CHEAPEST LIGHT MOWN ?
Half the Co t of Gas, Lard or
Sperm-Oil ?
FOUR TIMES CHEAPER THAN STAR
CANDLES!
THE DECIDED SUPERIORITY OF
COAL-OIL over all other illuminating
agents being a well established fact, the ques
tion arises, where is the best place to buy a
COAL-OIL LAMP ?
We answer: Where the best assortment is to
be found, and the lowest prices
asked. The
Lamp and Oil Emnoriivu,
NO. 40 JEFFERSON STREET,
Being the only establishment in this city (hr v
ing any slock of Lamps and Lamp-stock worth
naming) exclusively in the Lamp and Oil
trade, offers at much lower prices and infinite
ly better variety of Lamps than any other
house can. Also on hand, a supply of all the
best
COAL AND CARBON-OILS, LARD-OIL
AND PARAFFINE CANDLES.
The latter is made from Coal Paraffine, the re
sidum of Coal-Oil. We likewise continue to
sell our well known.
FAMILY SOAFS!
including oar universally approved SOFT
SOAP, which we furnish at five dollars per
barrel containing about 400 pounds, all of
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE IN MEM
PHIS.
We possess, also, the exclusive right to make
and vend, in "this city.
GREENOUGH’S NON-EXPLOSIVE BURN
tivci lrr.rrrn
, The character of which is well established
for usefulness and utility. Any one, there
fore, who offers to furnish this Fluid, unless
obtained originally at our store, does so with
out authority or privilege from us or Prof.
Greenough, and consequently in violation of
our rights, or else they practice an imposition
upon the public, who should therefore be on
their guard. Wehave agood sto.ck of FLUID
LAMPS, and everything pertaining to the
Lamp and Oil trade, for sale, wholesale and
retail, at the lowest prices, at
NO. 40 JEFFERSON STEET.
We request our friends and the public gen
orally to call on us before purchasing else
where.
J. P, PRESCOTT & CO.,
Lamp and Oil Emporium, No. 40 Jefferson
street. Memphis.
March 20, 1861.__ _
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Southern Boat and Southern Crew.
THE fast and commodious Passenger
and Freight Packet,
is being thoroughly overhauled, painted and
altered into a Colton Boat, will commence
making regular trips to
NEW ORLEANS,
i»xto3&s:
Black, White and Little Kcd Rivers
-THE
LATTER PART OF SEPTEMBER.
(j^p* Freight will be carried at regular rates.
The A. W. Quarner is owned in Arkansas,
ami has none but Southern men as a crew.
Jacksonport Herald, Pocahontas and Searcy
papers copy till forbid and charge Boat.
July 17, 1861— tf.
Umiiiifli} Ira Ihirk.
We have just opened our new stock of
FALL, & WINTER
@S6i3»
Which consists in part of
KERSEYS, WOOLSEYS,
HOME-MADE JEANS,
KENTUCKY JEANS. SATINETS,
LINSEYS,
AND GEO. PLAINS.
ALSO
A fine assortment of Poplins, De Bages, Me
riuoes, Scotch Plaid Alpacas, &.c., &c.
«3 Sj $ ,
A complete stock of CXOTHING, abetter
assortment cannot be found.
ALSO,
The largest stock of HOOTS & SHOES
in the market.
W e kindly solicit all who wish to purchase
to give us a call and examine our goods and
Plices- TAYLOR & CO »
OctlO-tf Dlss Arc, Ark.
Memphis, West Point, Jacksonport and
Pocahontas Packet,
COL. MORGAN.
J. H. QUISENBERRY.. ...XojUair.
Vv''«ls"1 THIS fast and reliable
steamer will make regular
through trips from Memphis to West Point,
Augusta. Jacksonport and Pocahontas
fejr All orders entrusted to the care of the
Morgan will receive prompt attention.
53?” l'°r freight or passage apply on board.
July 27, 1861—tf. J
NOTICE.
rjAHE interest of Thomas McCarley in the
J. firms of R. C, McCarley & Co., and of Mc
Larley, Brown &. Co. has ceased, and the under
signed is the only authorized agent to settle
fhat part of th« business of the two firms.
aPrl7-tf K. C. McCARLEY.
MEMPHIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
I E. BIERRIMAN & CO.
N O 253, MAIS-STREET,
: MEMFHI3.TENN.,
#
Have now on hand and Far Sale, at the
most reasonable prices, the
Finest Assortment of
GUNS AND RIFLES,
Together with all kinds of
HUNTING INSTRUMENTS,
they have ever exhibited in MEMPHIS.
Where do you Buy your
SILVER -WARE,
_ YO UR—
Table €wffery !
CAS T o R S .
—AND—
CLOCKS!
Wife bought them at
253 Main Street.
The Ladies all think they can get rather
BETTER BAIHi AENS
— AT—
MERE 11 AN’S
THAN AT ANY OTHER PLACE.
.!. E. MERRIMAN & CO.,
No. 253.Kain Street.No. 253
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Oct. 10. _
MomjpMs
E. DAVIDSON,
manufacturer of
AND PASTRY
OF .« F Jj U I *V n s ,
Second St., bet. Adams and Jefferson,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
HAVING the facility to compete with
Northern manufacturers, I solicit, the
custom of Merchants, Steamboats and Hotel
keepers. Oi r aim shall be a constant fresh
SUPPLY AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Your cus
tom is respectfully solicited. jwi2-tf
THE WORSE AM' HOUSE.
K.1UH1CT & COX, Proprietors.
rpHf undersigned having leased the Wor
1 sham I lou-e fora term of years, respect
.fully solitil asha'e of public patronage. A
long expe ionce in the hotel business justifies
them in giving that they will endeavor to the
utmost toplease the travelling public, and to
make
«>. I*'A Vi -,r> if, .-n» ir*!*. iv»
-is iSl <«& W wfe '*3i *4*4 sf-s ♦!*
Whet it. has always been considered
TEE HOME OF TEE TRAVELLER.
It. V. RAMBAUT,
JOHN B. COX.
May 8, 1861—6m. Proprietors.
A. WH:PPLE. ARCH Rim.. M. O. UOPKIIt
,
PLANING MILL.
msmmuTj
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
WE have recently built a large addition ti
our Plaining .Mill, and fitted tip our
matufacturing department with all the mo
den machinery for the manufacture of Sash,
Doors, Blinds, Moulding; Mantels, Door and
Window Frames, Casings, Cornice, Brackets,
Newel Posts, Turning and Sc^bll Work, of
every style. We have on hand a large stock
of Lumber of all kinds, Flooring, White Pine
an 1 Poplar Weather-boarding, Sheeting Shin
gles, Fencing, and a large lot of Cedar Posts.
Olr manufacturing department is under the
supervision of an experienced foreman, and we
flitter ourselves that as to price, quality, style
aid durability we can compete with any simi
l*r establishment in the United States. Or
ders promptly filled.
WHIPPLE, REID & CO.
Planing Mill, near the Bayou on Madison
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Sept. 5, I860—ly.
F. .12. RORINSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN
Groceries and Produce!
—ALSO—
Receiving, Forwarding & Com*
mission liercliant,
! DES ARC.ARKANSAS.
I l’ebl3
I ---__
TO AH, INTERESTED.
During my absence, my books,
Notes, Accounts, &c., will he found at
j W. B. Crocker & Co’s., who are fully au
thorised to settle any of my business.
LEVIN HARRISON.
Des Arc, June 18, 1861—tf.
Paints, Oil and Turpentine,
\ LWAYSonhnnd and for sale, by
t\. febl8] STEWART L fSRO’S.
BLOCKS Ml THING
Wagon, Buggy and earned
MAKING. |
MARTIN SHETTErJ
DES ARC, ARKANSAS,
rTHANKFUL to the r \
. ’Krr. X People for their past fa-IM |
" . .. Jaa vors,respectfully announces^
that he continues to <io business at his 0 *1
stand, on Park street, where he is prepared
do all kinds of worx in the above line.
ggf* Blacksmithing, Harness-making ty,; *
on and buggy building, wheelbarrows, repar
ing, &e., done on short notice.
llj^'Horse-shoeing done promptly,
or i arn compelled to adopt the CAS}
SYSTEM for Harness-making and Repaint,
as also for all new Wood Work. March!
REMOVAL! .
rilHE undersigned has removed his Carp
X and Curtain business, to the Jacksor *
Block, 363 Main Street, where he is prepare!; f
to show the best assortment of Carpet and *
Curtain Goods in Memphis. Velvet, Tape,,
try, Brussels, Super and Common Carpet, '
Rugs, Mats, Matting, Cocoa Matting, etc! ■
Silk, Damask, Lade and Common Curtains '
Tassels, Loops, Bands, Picture Cord, Corni!
ces, etc.; Buff and White Holland of differ. ^
ent widths; Gilt, Landscape and Plain Shades
Floor Oil Cloths, from six to tw'enty.four fee:
wide.
Finkle & Lyons’ Family Sewing Machine,
the best machine made, for from $55 to $13o.
The best of workmen on hand to cut, maki '
and lay carpets, hang curtains, shades. &c.
H. M. GROSVENER,
Jackson Block, 363 Main St., Memphis
je30-tf___
J. WMMITJE,
DEALER IN
iorrign anti American Jflarblj
MONUMENT, TOMB,
HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &C.
(Corner Gayoso and Shelby Streets,)
MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LARGE variety always on hand. Draw
ingsof all the latest patterns which mi;
be seen by calling. Also, Iron Railing o!
every pattern furnished to order.
I am receiving Marble \Vo;k Mami
factured by steam, and have reduced m;
prices 25 per cent., and consequently can sei
at New York prices. apr28-tf.
HARVEY’S"X CHANGE7
Corner of Bueno V ini a and Fostei
Streets,
NEAR THE DES ARC HOTEL
RES ARC, ARKANSAS.
T I AVING completed our new building, ati
11 opened a first class establishment for th-,
accommo.._tion of the public, and furnished i|
with the best of U(|»or», Cigar*!
Tobacco, etc., the undersigned iiattcl
themselves that thav will continue to receivi
the patronage which has been heretofora M
'towed upon them.
Adjoining their Exchange they keep|
general assortment of FA 511LY G ROC I, HI ES
Also. Cove Oysters, Sardines, Fine Picklce;
Catsups. Pepper Sauce, et«., etc.
jy24-tf HA RYE Y & M ATTH E WS.
t. a. IiTmiTtonT
Commission •Merchant,
.exsonr street..si
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
(Formerly of the Firm of)
IM.TMIMTO'V & 19*12ST,
i MEMPHIS, TENN.
F> EGS leave to infonn his friends and th
13 community in general that he ha-, rsUb
lished himself now ad the a hove mention*
place, for the transaction of Cotton and
Com mi sion Btisiskess. a II Cottst
sold for coin. March 6-6m.
KENDIG &, COOK,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHARLES *OTTK*)
CASH DSALERS l.Ni
Groceries, Provisions,
-A1YI5 IiOAT STORES
38 Front Row, Opi*. Steamboat Landis*
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
All orders promptly attended to. je39-tf
55*. W. CKOCKEM~# CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
(Firstdoor West of J. H. Quisenberry’s Store.)
DES ARC, ARKANSAS.
TAKE pleasure in announcing to tbe citi
zens of Prairie and adjacent counties
that they are now in receipt of a large *®I
well selected stock of
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.
Consisting in part of Sugars, Molasses, Coff«(
Candles, Cheese, Vinegar. Salt, Whisky, P-if';
Pickles, Sardines, FLOUR, Fish, Raisin
Figs, Citrons, Almonds, Candy, Soap, Staret•
Soda, Crackers, Tobacco. Cigars, Nails, Car-?
ings, Iron. Steel, Log Chains, Ox do., P°“|
Axes, Spades. Shovels, &c., &.c.
With all other articles usually to he fo«»‘
in similar establishments. All of which th«;
are now selling low for Cash.
Des Arc, January 11, 1869.—tf.
W. BOIJLEN. T. F. WILSON. P. R. BOBlE!"
BOHLEW, WILSON & CO.
WHOLESALE AND HETAfr
DEALERS IN ICE.
No. 276 Main St. and Water St. near footc
Jefferson.
May 8, 1861—lm* .
JOHN Me NAM EE,
T .1 11. O It,
15 e a Arc, A r k a n s a s •
SHOP ON BUENA VISTA STREHT"
opposite the “Nucleus House”—where!'
; H prepared to execute all kinds of work
[his line of business, in a neat and fashions!**
5T, 1859.—[tf-J J

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