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WEEKLf
D^S ARC C3T!2£N.
pn CL I S II E D E V E R Y W E DIES D A
n v j. c. MoimirL.
TEBMS-$2 I'EU A JW U M ,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCl.
FIFTY NUMBERS MAKIIYX3 A vfl,UME.
Hates of Advertising in Wekly.
One square (10 lines of this si/.ejype) fo
one insertion, $1; each additionalkisertion
50 cents.
; --—*
3 mos. 0 mos. 9 mos 12 rnos
One square • • • $5 00 $ 7 00 $ 8 hi $10 0<
Two squares-. 8 00 pn 00 12 5j 15 01
Three sqrs- 9 00 12 50 10 (M 20 tb
Quarter col’n-13 00 20 00 25 Of 30 Oi
. Half column--25 05 37 00 48 (j 55 0'
One column---40 00 55 00 70 (8 90 0(
Professional or Business Cards, mi exceed
ing one square [10 lines or less] one [ear, SIC
Not exceeding two squares, “ I“ jg
“ “ three : “ 2(1
Advertisements may be renewed alnnytime
'by paying for composition, $1 per IttO eins.
Displayed advertisements charged for the
I -space occupied.
Transient advertisements, one srjare (10
?inos or less) for the first insertion, ; Each
■subsequent insertion, 50 cts. Payable when
4he advertisement is discontinued.
Persons advertising by contract, vvil be re
stricted to their legitimate busine«s|and all
iipbcfas. etc., charged as transient $vertise
inents.
Personal advertisements, if admissade, will
he charged double the above rates, qid must
b°paid for in advance.
Publications intended to advance pivatc in
terest, will be charged at the regulaihates of
advertising.
S SurtMln 'imi'iiin/'nmor.f’o aP Ha I la j tK a
facts are furnished will be published is items
of news ; but obituary notices and tr bates of
re=;iect will be charged for as advert -einents,
at half the usual rates.
Announcing candidates for Sate and
District offices, $7; County offices, $}; Town
ship, offices $■'!. invariably in advanei
!s a?" Calls on persons to become cjndidafes
; ire charged at the usual rates, exci't when
: pei sous u.aking the calls are sdbsqibers to
■orr paper. Payment in advance.
Political circulars charged * adve'r
tiieuHMlts.
(15?" Advertisements not ordered fir a spe
linel time, will lie inserted till for'bijden, and
charged for accordingly.
(i3r”’-'\!l f.dv r Using to be paid for cjia' terly.
CUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT.
We h,.vi> supplied ourselves will a good
assortment of Printing Material, s.nd are
ready to execute all kinds of dob Priiting, on
reasonable terms.
We arc prepared *o print Pamphlets, Cata
logues, Posters, large or small, Ca*ls, Ball
Ticket, HiiI Heads, Blanks of every descrip
tion, tor Oie.ks, She rills, Justices of the
f ence, Constables, fee.
tv.iwr*?*u* ’OTmswM atairjrrmrvj:." — -«r- •• --irc-T—niesn
STEWART & BROTHERS.
G r occry. Commissi m. Receiving
fill 1 Forwarding March tuts,
DiilS ARC, ARKANSAS.
To the Public.
T i AVI NO inoit of our means in (he hands
f. i of our customers, and unable to make
collections, we ate compelled to sell hereaf
ter exclusively fir C\sh or Country Peo
i’l'CK. ' 4TEWART & BRO’S.,
nov 13] Des Arc, Ark.
U-t n on . . . . _ _
*» • « J- , SC l if..
WHOLESALE AM) DETAIL
SKtROCERS.ISI
(hirst door \\ eat of J, H. Qulsenberry’s Store.)
DKS AHO, ARKANSAS.
rpAKE pleasnro iiv announcing to the citi
L zens of Prairie and adjacent counties,
that they are now in receipt of a large and
well selected stock of
GROCERIES A;,rD HA.ROWA RE,
Consisting in part of Stjgars. Molasses, Coffee,
Candles, Cheese, Vinegar. Salt, Whisky. Rice,
Pickles, Sardines, FI/;lUS. Fish, Raisins,
Figs, Citrons, Almonds,Candy, Soap, Starch,
Soda, Crackers, Tobacct, Cigars, Nails, Cast
ings, Iron, Steel, Log Chains, Ox do., Pole
Axes, Spades, Shovels, Sic., &c.
With all other articles usually to be found
in similar establishments. All of which they
are now selling low for Cash.
Res Arc, January 11,1810.—tf.
CONFEDERATE ANDSTATE BONDS.
WE will take Confederde and State Ronds,
at par, for all debts die us.
, JOHN JACKSON & CO.
Res Arc, Sept. 11, 18fil-tf.
noticsT
LI. A. HANSON is ray l^ally constituted
Vs • agent to transact ail brsiness belonging
n agents to transact; collecing and paying
°"t moneys, settling accounts &c , &c. All
Persons owing me or Washer& Vaughan, or
1 her of the estates I am Admnistrator of, or
o„'A,0thftr business in mv hants, will please''
^Ule with him. 1
n HORACE P. VAUGHAN.
' U£s Arc, Nov 13, IS01.
WILLIAMS & HORN E,
E A IV I* AG E IV '3 S ,
YlVi^RC’ ^nAIniE County, Arkansas, j
YV ILL give prompt attenion to all
L'lVD CLAUIS. and Will attend !.
an i ’na y to locating of swam; land scrip i
lng buy^n5> selling lams and pay- ,,
|r L*rrnn... in ,;iN
LEPTim &. KLEIN,
pagers in
r WATOHiS ©L@©K®
-AND—
JEWELRY,
1‘iiena Vista (tieet, Wes Arc. Ark.
Having on handle new
and selected stick of
r CLOCKS, WAfCHES
J AND
JEWELRY,
"I We rpeppctfulli solicit
»|a C0"«nnance of tp kind patronag of the
)| people of Des Arc ad the snrroundiig coun
) itry.
* al°, a'so Prr)ar(,d t° do all finds of
i Watch, Clock andtewelry work with care
i &ud dispatch at reasonable prices, j ♦
ALL WORXWARRANTEl!!
Dec. 5 >60 [tf.
G. M’GAREN.... N- J CKSON.
McL AREN & JACEpON,
[Successors to G,& J. McLaren i Co.]
de.lers in
staple ant) Jancrj Din (£001)5,
Ready-Made CLothing, H vTtStCAPS,
Bonnets, Boots & Sims,
HARDWARE & CUT iJ • R Y ,
BOOK.y STATIONER], Sre.,
-ALSO —
' RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Aug. 221 des ARC. a hr a n s a s.
(>.' M.~ R()B13l4, ‘
I Buena Vista S\, opposite JVufeKs House,
CAM DEALER IN
SURAHS,
COFI-'EIS
FiL®PSj M©!LJ\i'SE®„
SACOU, SALT. MOTORS, Etc., Etc
ALSCi DEALER !N[
FPrtj (Pot/fs, 1'fofoiiig,
WARS) WARE .
| Boots and Shoos, Bat*, Straw (iods, Crocke
ry Ware. Saddlery Etc. mr!3tf
F. *1. ROBINSm!
WHOLES A liE AND ill IT AIL
€> roce-rie* £*\'olif!ce !
—■ALSO— |
| Receiving, F«.rwarding; * Com
mission itierciuut
IU*S IRC.ARKANSAS.
| fehl3
P. H. HAYLEY.. j. ERWJN.
HAYLEY & EH WIN,
(Successors toJ. A. Frifh &po.)
MIS ARC. ARKANSAS,
DEALERS IN
* ST APLE AND FANCY
l) 11/ \ Cr O 1) S !
ROOTS, suing, If ITS CAPS,
CLOTHING, HARDWARE, &C.
— ISO,
Receiving. Forwading & Commission
MERCHANTS.
A11 orders proiptly attended to. febl3
~ B L. 1C K S MI THING
Wagon, Euggj and Harness
MAKING.
TAP A TA nil V HT r tv *9”i rvi m an v«
maiiiiH inl i l l it,
DES ARC, ARKANSAS,
mHANlFUL to the spy.
JL people Jr their past fa-(( jl
vors,respecJulIy announces \> v
that he contin les to dobusiness at his old
stand, on Park street, wlire he is prepared to
do all kinds of worn in tlj above line.
Rlacksmithing, Hrness-making Wag
on and buggy building, wveelbarrows, repair
ing. &c., done on shor;notice.
Horse-shoeing donlpromptly.
«ar i am compelled If adopt the CASH
SYSTEM for Harness-mafcng and Repairing,
as also for all new Wood fork. March 0.
R. c. M’CARLEY.S. R. BROWN.
McCarley, Brovn & Co.,
(Successors to R. C. MCarley &Co.)
DES ARC.ARKANSAS.
DEALERS*
STAPLE ANE FANCY
DRY GOODS !
HATS.
CAPS,
ROOTS,
SHOES,
HARDWARE,
CUTjERY,
S.DOLES,
TRUNKS
AND VALISES.
— ALSO,—
Forwarding & Commiscon Merchants.:
feb 13-tf _'
JOHN Me NAM EE,
T . i I Mj 0 tS ,
D e s Arc, Arkansas.
rjHOP ON BUENA VISTA STREET—
opposite the “Nucleus tense”—where he
s pi pared to execute all kinds of work in
lis ,: ne of business, in a neat and fashionable
tyle.
July 27, 1&00.—[tfj
* irtTTWlffBI ■S^r^-,»r.-^g-^!rwgrnw*.«-ww IT! TUHIJ.UEHHJH, J ■WWimjtilltUiflllU^p^un^'CT ic—caj—a*rc»Tiarg^MPCTgT^M
SALE OF LAKES AND TOWN LOTS FOR THE NON-FAYilENT OF TALE I
r. «< Town OWo/ Of, Cosstahle's Office, I)eS A.e, Dnnm IS, 1861.
Is LandVamV Towner ?*Vr »l°VStaVr ,?‘1 Co1]e?t?r for,,]l“ Town of Devs Arc, do hereby report, the following as a true List of all
Taxes hatp'i ot In. .nn V/'t, f * 0t owne(1 j>V and assessed to persons not residing within said Town, and upon which the
Ine e n ch l i i0 *‘T VV"'* V ,he Tax Book 1,1 »J hands for the year 1861 , and I also report that the amount,
owner, so a l ‘'T'"'! °f, £Tity’ Cos,ts ('"l! Charges now due upon the same, for the year 1861, d that o
ouneis, so l.u as 1 knov, have no goods or chattels upon which I can levy for the amount due. to-wit:
VWWER3' 1NAMKS.
Balsley. U. 17...i..
Butler, Dr..
Davis, E. M..
Furgeson, S. J..
Furgeson, A. B..
Furgeson, S. C..
Furgeson, Margaret.
Garrison, M. C...
Gray, D. L. .
Gadsby, .
Harvey, \V. n..
Heley, H. Est. of.j...
Holloway, John.
Harvey, ..
Jennings, J. A.[...
Jennings, j. a., & co..;...
Same .
Jackson, T. J...
Jones, W. H...
Kirk, John.
Lane, J, J..
McIntosh, M. H..
McKinney, & Co..
McIntosh and Bost,.
Nipper, H. J...
Newberry, Mrs. J..
Owen, James.
O’Neal, Heirs.
Owen, O. F.
Pharr, N.
Roberts, F. C.
Rotherrnel, E. M..
Redmond and Wair,.
Tunstall Ileirs..
Turner, A. G..
Wray. J. H..
Same .
Wilder, D. C..
Wilson, Mrs. R. A..
Wilder, .1. B. & Co..
Unknown Owners,.
Same .
I o' Description.
21 4 and 5.•■•in block 72
1| 4 «• “ 30
2 b and 6.“ “ 51
1 0 t‘ a 41
16 t‘ t< 42
1 ‘ 2 a a r,8
! 1; 1 “ it 58
2 9 and 10, E. S. “ « 3
fij 7,8,9,10,11.12, E. S. “ 26
3 10,11 and 12, E. S. “ 20
I All S. W. ’ S. 12, W. W. River
2 l and 2, E. S. ..in block 2
lj 4 tt 25
MO t‘ tt 24
3 l, 2 and 3.« “ go
10 1,2,3,10, 11,12. “ “ 34
| 1, 2, 3 and 4 “ “ 46
112, “ a 24
12; 1,2,3.4,5.6.7,8,9,10,11,12, 68
2: 2 and 3, E. S. ..in block 1
4 3, 4, 9 and 10-• • “ “ 31
2 9 and 10.“ “ 72
l; 1, E. S..“ “ 4
I 3 “ ‘t 29
4| 1. 2, 3 and 4 " “ 51
6j 2 & 4 bl. 14; 1,2,3 & 10, bl. 62
MO . in block 51
1 1, E. S..“ “ 1
2 2 and 11. “ “ 16
i\ W. \ 2.“ « 27
10 1,2,3,4,5,8,9.10,11 & 12, bl. 76
l! 7 .in block 1
59 4, 5, and 6. “ 43
9 & 10 bl. 15; 7 & 8 block 19
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 0, “ 20
1,2.3.1.5,0.7.8,9,10.11,12, b.21
, 1,2,3,4.5,6,7.8,9,10,11,12, b.22
1,2.3.4.5,6,7,8,9,10,'ll, 12, b.23
1,2, 3,4. 5, 6, 7,8,9,10, b. 24
7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, b. 25
3 1,2. and 3.in block 12
2! 3, and 4. “ « 58
14 j 1.2, 3,4, 5. 6. 7,8, 9, 10, b. 44
2, 3, 4 and 5...in block 37
15 . “ “ 38
lj 7 E. S..<• « 15
112 .£f “ 4
2 10, bl. 8, E. S.; 3 -£ “ 30
1 W. ^ 1, 2. 3 & 4 “ “ 57
j Value. Tax. j Penalty, p,?,' j
'$ Y3Tj $Yocr $ "• 43YTl 00
800 2 00 1 00 50
200 50 25 1 00
200 50 25 50
200 50 25 50
150 374 18" 50
150 374 18? 50
450 124 6(H 1 00
200 50 25 3 00
150 38 18" 1 f,o
j 5 000 12 50 1 6 25 50 1
400 1 00 ! 50 1 00
: 2 000 5 00 2 50 1 50
! 500 1 25 024 50
1 000 2 50 1 25 1 50
4 000 10 00 5 00 5 00
600 1 50 75 50
COO 1 50 ‘ 75 6 00
500 1 25 624 1 00 1
1 500 4 13 53i 2 00
100 25 12,4 4 00
200 50 25* 50
250 63 .314 50
400 1 00 50 2 00
700 1 75 874 3 00
200 50 25 50
150 38 18? 50
150 38 18" 1 00
80O 2 00 1 00 50
500 1 25 624 5 00
600 1 50 j 75 50 1
I
I I I
! I
3 850 9 63 7 374 29 50 1
600 1 50 75 1 1 50
200 50 , 25 | 1 00
2 000 5 00 2 50 7 00
150 33 j 18$ 50
75 19 9 50
! 100 25 124 50
! 200 50 25 1 00
! 350 W4 I 435 2 00
Kec'ners, rrfnters) Street1 . ,
Fee. j Fee. | Tax. 1 AotaL
S 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 2 00 $ 7 493
60 1 00 . 5 00
1 00 2 00 . 4 75
50 1 00 . 2 75
50 1 00 . 2 75
50 l 00 . 2 ::0l
50 1 00 . 2 36 ;
1 00 2 oo 5
3 00 0 00 . 12 75
1 50 3 00 6 50’
50 I 00 2 Oo 2’ 75
1 00 2 00 f> 30
1 50 1 00 9 50
50 1 00 3 871
1 50 3 00 9 76
|
5 00 10 00 i. 35 00
50 1 00 4 25
6 00 12 00 . 26 £5
1 00 2 00 . 5 87}
2 00 4 00 2 00 14 66i
1 00 2 00 2 00 7 37 ‘
50 1 00 2 75*
50 1 00 2 941
2 00 4 00 2 00 11 50
3 00 6 00 !. 14 621
50 1 00 ;. 2 75
50 1 00 ;. 2 56i
1 00 2 00 I. 4 ft of
50 1 GO 5 (to
5 00 10 00 .j 21 87a
50 1 00 2 00] 0 25
I
't
I . .y, '
! ;f I
I
20 50 59 00 I. 135 004
1 50 3 00 8 25
1 00 2.00 .. 75
1 00 14 00 33 50
50 1 00 2 561
50 1 00 .I 2 28
50 1 00 .! 2 374
1 oo 2 00 . 4 75
g 00 4 00 .i 9 31}.
Si VA 1 Vj A«KA:VhA.\ PKAiKt h A OUi\ I > : A otic,! is hereby given, that the whole of the foregoing tracts of Lands and Town
k_. Lots, or so much thereof ns shall be necessary to pay the Taxes, Penalty ami Costs thereon, will be sold at the door of the Mi-.
; oi’s Office. in the town of lies Arc, on the 4th Monday in January, 1862, unless such Taxes, Penalty, Costs and expenses of adverti'
snjf.be patd before that time . D. W. MUNROfi, Constable and'‘Collector.
Griven undei my hand, at office, this 16th Decpmbnr. 1861. r(jec 26^4\v 1
B&BEaBmaaaBEKBRKHBasgBss&xaKbhws tassu \ i bbmmmm————— — —— - - _
| PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
j HR WM, BETHlsJUtenders Iris pro
fessional services t( the citizens of I)es
Arc and adjacent corn try. (J^* Oflice at
Balsly’s Drug Sfore, win e he can be found,
except when professionally engaged. jaii28-tf
]TfcR. J. P. SMITH,having located one
■*-' mile northwest of Taylor’s Bend, (on
the farm formerly owuid by Hon. Joseph
Evans.) offers his professional services to the
public.
1ST F ■om bis experieice in the treatment j
of Chronic diseases of fmales. he is enabled
to insure a cure—Cancer jxcepted. [jan23-ly •
DR. ,T. J. LANE. R-ESIdent Physi
cian. Des Ark, Ark, tenders his services
to the citizens of Des AH and adjacent coun
try. From his experieiue. be hopes to share
at least a portion of the atronage of the pub
lic. Office on Buena Vita street, at Balsly’s
Drug Store. janlb-tf.
DR. .A* D. LOWRT, having perma
nently located six rules west of Des Arc,
on the road leading to Hckory Plain, is pre
pared to attend calls prtnptly in his profes
sion. janl6-ly
DR. J. W. BUR.Vfff, Physician and
Surgeon. West Poi t, Arkansas. Offers
his professional services o the citizens of the
town and adjacent count r. [auglb tf
DR. VV. F. WALSIi having located at
Des Arc, offers his Professional Sf.r
vices to the public. flQr Calls promptly at
tended to. may29,1858-ly*
DR. N. B. TUCKER continues the prac
tice of his professicj, and offers his ser
vices to the citizens of Ifs Arc and adjacent
country.
sir Particular attentjn given to the dis
eases of females. June 12, 1861—t.f.
JAS. E. GATEWOOD. T. B. KENT.
VT ATEWOOD & K NT, Attorneys
\T at Law, Des Arc, Ark., will practice
their profession in ths aunties of Prairie,
Arkansas, Monroe, St Francis, Jackson,
White, Conway and Po| .
(jQg?* Office in Catlin’s lew building, Buena
Vista street. aprl7t
R. T. SIMPSON. O. S. PALMER. I
QIMPSON & PALuEl, Attorneys j
kj at Law. Des Arc, irk nsas, will prac-i
tice in Prairie, White, ack on, Monroe, St.
Francis, and acijoiuingcmnt bs. Office
on Lyon Street. feb27-tf.
B. D. TURNER... T. JONES.
rg’lUItNER & JONES, Attorneys at
Law, Brownsville,Arl< nsas. Will at
tend promptly to all lusii rss entrusted to I
them. _ J jan4-tf.
Q H. HEMPSTEAD At ohney at Law,
O • Little Rock, Arkaisas. Office on Mark- j
ham street. janll-tf. |
R. S. GANTT\ J. J. BRONAUGH
p ANTT&BRONAU(ll, Attorneys
\T at Lajv, BrownsYile. Arkansas. Will ,
aitend promptly to anybusiess confided to |
them. _ septl4 tf
S. W. WILLIAMS. , i J- w MARTIN.
WILLIAMS & MARTIN, Attorneys
at La w, Little R"f, Ark. VV nl;
practice in the counties of Pulaski, Prairie, I
Perry Veil, Pope, ConvayjWhite, Jackson, i
Monroe, Arkansas, Jeffetsof Hot Springs anil ,
Saline, and in the Supreneald Federal i ourts, j
at Little Rock. JV 18> j
A. R. Mendenhall,
AJUIVSIWITH.
Foster Street—near Harvey’s X
Change,
DES ARC.-...Arkansas
Manufactures rifles, shot
GUNS and PISTOLS.
(mints and Pistols Mepttird,
and all other work done to order
and warranted.
Terms — Exclusively cash.
March 27, 1861—ly.
j. (t. i>. const, m.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wes Arc, Arkansas.
(jggT Prompt attention given to calls in the
country. [novl3tf
Take Particular Notice.
THE undersigned having put up a good
Turning Lathe, are prepared to
do all kinds of Wood Turning, on short no
tice.
SPINNING WHEELS, REELS,
And every kind of FURNITURE made
to order.
AL«0-Bu ggies. Carriages and Furniture
rcpaiieit in good style.
TERMS—CASH, or Country Produce at
market prices. JUDSON & BENNETT,
Iiov20tfj Lies .Arc, Aik.
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will apply at
1 the January term, 1862, of the Coiut of
Probate, of Prairie county. Ark., for an order
to sell the following described real estate, b •- 1
longing to the estate of James Wilson, de-j
ceased, to wit: Lot number 3, of the N. W. i
j ^ of Section 7, in township 3, Norm ot me ease .
line, in R. 8 W, containing 35 74-100 acres.
NANCY WILSON, Adm’r. ;
October 30, 1861.—4w. |
Notice is hereby given.
THAT 1 forewarn all persons from cutting
or removing any Pecon trees, or other j
timber, off-of any of mv lands in White River
bottom, or elsewhere, In T. 4 N., R. 5 W,
and in T 4 N., R. 4 W., as the law will be
most rigidly enforced against any person or
persons for so doing.
Oct. 16,1861—tf. B F. PITTMAN.
HARVEYS X CHANGE,
Corner of Ituena Vista and Foster
• Streets,
NEAR THE DES ARC HOTEL,
DES ARC, ARKAN3AS.
HAVING completed our new building, and
opened afirrt class establishment for the
iccnmmo. .tion of the public, and furnished it
with the best of Liquors, C igars,
robaceo, etc., the undersigned flatter
hetnselves that they will continue to receive
he patronage which has been heretofore be
stowed upon them.
\-~ST Adjoining their Exchange thev keep n
jeneral assortment of FA MILY GROC ERI ES.
\ I go. Cove Oysters, Sardines, Fine Pickles,
Jatsuns, Pepper Sauce, etc., etc.
jy24-tf HARVEY & MATTHEWS.
NOTICE.
rp HE nterest of Thomas McCarley in the
L firms of R C. McCarley & Co., and of Me- ,
Carley, Brown & Co- has ceased, and the under
signed is the only authorized agent to settle |
hat part of the b tsiness of the two firm'. i
apr!7-tf It. C. McCAKLEY. j
<jr©issys@sy <3
NAPOLEON, ARKANSAS
nov7-Iy
White River C. S. Mail Linr !
FROM JAOKSONPORT TO N \H
LEON—T hence to Mnmiin —
MAKING REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY CON
NECTION FROM MEMPHIS TO ALL POINT;:
ON WHITE RIVER:
Consisting of the following now and fV t run
ning Passenger Packets,
Kanawha Valiev. Guchris- yn'ter.
Sam. Hale. ------ Briscoe, Mas^e .
Tariff of Prices White River Freight
and Passage.
From Memphis to Jacksonpor/ and all
Points Below.
Pounc Freiglits, per 100 ft>s. 5 6 >
Whisky and Wet bids., per 1 £•
Balt, per sack ------ g/ .
Flour, per bbl. ------ !. •
rv n — ri: — , .. — .
Wheelbarrows, each -
Fanning Mills,.- - 4 00
Straw Cutters 5;,
Corn Shelters.- - 50 to 7#
Pails, per Am. ....... >■/,
Chairs in Bundles, each .... «>>
Rockers - 25
Sofas, each - - l(, .
Divans.1 50 t? $2
Pianos .......... 8 00
Bedsteads.- - - $lto $£
Teasteis ------ 5Ce to $2
Buggies 5 00
Barouches and Carriages - - - - $1 to $10
Money, Tewelry and other v.»luablcs, j p ■ c • at
and bll lading to be signed for.
^ Price of Freight from NV ilcon 1
Des Arc, 30 cents per 103poumV. Pas
| $5 o' • ./
55 'rice of Freight from Do? Are t*>
Memphis, 50 cents per 100 pounds; cotton $1
per bale. Passage S*.
Passage from Memphis to Bul an Bay and
Des Aic. $3; Nigger TIill and Augusta, $9;
Grand Gb:ze and Jacksonport, $10.
july 3,-tf.
FOR NEW OREEAItg,
THE FAST LIGHT COTTON AND S10CK
A. W QUARRI/SflJ
WILL CARTER....CaFtaiwl
IS now finished, having at a ^reat expen»J|j'|
being ift/oughW oveihauhd, renovated^*
and refitted, and ready for service as soon »tfl|
business opens. m
fir For particulars, ru.l-ess Capt. WHIMS
Carter on bond th» boat at Clarendon, wherojfl
she will lay until buslrvss opens. # »
October 2, 1861—tf *

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