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From the \\ Y. Journal of Commerce.J
A Rallying Refrain for Bjeckiuridg
and Lane.
by j. f. tcel.
, i
Unfurl yeur banner once again.
_ Ye men of Equal Rignts unshaken!
Your country calls—nor calls in vain ;
hi1e patriot fires your hearts awaken;
Your country calls, as to the field
Which Lincoln spurned, and Lane with sabr
Defended, for a land which shields
Her equal rights to law nndiabor !
Th^n with one voice proclaim vonr choice
From Northern hills to Southern valleys.
That not in vain the gallant Lane.
And Breckinridge your Country rallies.
It
The people call on every’ side
To rouse the sluggisb'heart to action !
They’ shout from old Niagara’s tide
To Rocky Mountains—Death to faction
From Carolina’s cotton plains
To where New England’s corn is gleaming
Their voice ascends in bugle strains,
For equal rights to all proclaiming!
Then with that voice proclaim your choice
From Eastern hills to Southern valleys,
That not in vain, for gallant Lane
And Breckinridge the People rallies.
hi
They who despise all foreign wars.
And on domestic rights would trample,
The rights which you through blood and scar*
, Wrung from the foe through Lane’s example
Remember ! they would spurn you show,
While for tieasou archly pleading—
Now, as then, would basely how,
While your Country’s wounds were bleeding!
Then with one voice proclaim your choice.
Fapm the Nation’s hills and valleys,
Thaf-not in vain for gallant Latio
* And Breckinridge the Nation rallies.
iv
The trumpet blast of war pealed ont,
Your country’s flag declared in danger 1
To arms! went forth the Union shout—
Drive back the bold insulting stranger.
The Patriot names inscribed on high—
Youi eagle banner’s folds displaying—
Awake again the battle cry.
The Union’s trumpet call obeying!
With trumpet voice unite your choice.
From Western wilds to Southern valleys
That not in vain for gallant Lane
And Breckinridge the Union rallies!
' NKW I'l KM.
R. D. PF.HRV..V c W Tr r r i ucftW . t nr nrT>rrw
Perry, Williamson & Pettey,
(Successors to J. A. Jennings &, Co.,)
South Side of Ituena Vista* Street,
DBS ARC, ARKANSAS:
DEALERS IN
STAPLE, FANCY, FOREMAN AND
ID tunes! ic Mfirij Hoods.
" .A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ^
SPancy silKs, [j-.vf
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, AND
H1 sum © y iliritno'lss,
or every description:
ALSO—LARGE DEALERS IN
J BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, HR
CAPS, READY-MADE CLOTH-«3gf
ing. Hardware, Queenswark, Bonnets, &c.
A large lot of Plantation Goods, of
every description—all at the Very lowest pos
sible prifes.
isr All kinds of goods, by the piece, at
wholesale prices. auglo-tf
J. A. SAMPLE M. R. MITCHELL. J. M. SAMI-EE.
_.S AMPLE, MITCHELL & CO.
Cotton Factors,
Commission. Receiving and Forwarding
3VE in it c:: 'Z.X. 1ST rjy S3 ,
Madison street, opposite the Union Bank,
au22-6m MemjtUis, Terns.
S. A. PARKER, SR. R. A. PARKER, JR.
Ft. A. PARKER & SON,
Cotton Si Factors
Commission U JormcuMng
MERCHANTS,
NO. 6 HOWARD’S ROW,
jyl8-3m Memphis, Tenn.
A. WHIPPLE. ABCH REID. M. O. HOPKINS.
PLANING MILL,
-AND —
Lllllll YAH,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
WE have recently built a largo addition to
our Plaining Mill, and fitted up our
manufacturing department with all the uio’
dern machinery for the manufacture of Sash,
Doors, Blinds. Moulding, Mantels, Door and
Window Frames, Casings, Cornice, Brackets,
Newel Posts, Turning and Scroll Work, of
every style. We have on hand a large stock
of Lumber of all kinds, Flooring, White Pine
and Poplar Weather-boar ding, Sheeting Shin
gles, Fencing, and u large lot of Cedar Posts.
Ohr manufacturing department is under the
supervision of an experienced foreman, and we
flatter ourselves that as to price, quality, style
and durability we can compete with any simi
lar establishment in the United States. Or
ders promptly iiiled.
WHIPPLE, REID & CO.
Planing Mill, near the Bayou on Madison
Street, Memphis, Tenu.
Sept. 5, 1860—ly.
REMOVAL!
THE undersigned has removed his Carpet
and Curtain business, to the Jackson
Block, 363 Main Street, where he is prepared
to show the best assortment of Carpet and
Curtain Goods in Memphis. Velvet, Tapes
try, Brussels, Super and Common Carpets.
Rugs, Mats, Matting, Cocoa Matting, etc.
Silk, Damask, Lade and Common Curtains,
Tassels, Loops, Bands, Picture Cord, Corni
ces, etc.; But!' and White Holland of differ
ent widths; Gilt, Landscape and Plain Shades.
Floor Oil Cloths, from six to twenty-four feet
wide.
Finkle &, Lyons’ Family Sewing Machine,
the best machine made, for from $55 to $130.
The best of workmen on hand to cut, make
and lay carpets, hang curtains, shades. &c.
H. M GROSVKNEU,
Jackson Block, 363 Main St., Memphis.
je30-tf
Dr. Geo. HADFIELD!S~
HOMEOPATHIC
©!FI©0i?3© U^EMltEPinE©,
I ^EVER AND AGUE BOX CONTAIN
. ing 4 vials, with full directions warranted
to cure t 00
Fevers-arial with directions, - - 25
ScarleBlF'ever Preventive, - 25
Headache, - - - 2 vials, 50
Rheumatism, - 2 do. 50
Spasms, ... 2 do. 50
Croup. .... 2 do. 50
Diarrhoea, ... 2 do. 50
Diarrhcea of Children, - 2 do. 50
Dysentery, ... 2 do. 50
Colic, - - • - . 2 do. 50
Coughs and Colds, - - 2 do. 50
Neuralgia. - o 50
Case of Medicine containing 77 viais, and a
large work giving full directions $15 00
ror sab, at this office. For sale Wholesale I
•nd Retail by Dr. Geo. Hadfield, Little Rock,!
A‘kalisaa- apr, 28-tf. j
NOTICE.’
ALL persons indebted to me for the pur
^ e*of ProPerty if Des Arc. must make
k ^sr.F' ,P.CATtIK.
, • • /
T • all lVItiiut it Way C iic«tsi
5 "VTOTICE is hereby given that, at a sale o
“Ian,Is forfeited for taxes,” made in Feb
j ruary, n. 18150, by William R. Miller, An
; ditor of the S'ite of Arkansas, Joseph W
j Martin, at public auction, purchased the fol
) lowing tracts of bind, to-wit: The west hal
I of southwest quarter of section ihirteen, con
taining fifty-live and eighty-three hundredth
(55 83-100) acres, and paid thereforfour dol
I lars and seventy-two rents"! $ l 72). Alsoth<
’ ; west half of the southeast quarter of sectioi
thirteen, containing seventy-two and eighty
seven hundreths (72 87-100) acres, for fifteei
dollars and ninety-five cents ($15 95), Also
west half of southwest quarter of sectioi
twelve, containing one hundred and five am,
four hundredths (105.4-1001) acres, for eigh
dollars and fifty-two cents ($8 52)—all sail
land being in township seven north of the base
lina, in range four west of the fifth principa
meridian. Also, at said sate, W. T. Higl
purchased north half of the northwest quartei
of section thirteen, in same township anr
range as above, contain'ng Torty-six and forty
nine hundredths (40 49-100) acres, for tom
dollars and twelve cents ($1 12): and sab
Auditor, on the 13th day of February, a. i>
18150. executed and delivered to said Joseph
W. Martin a deed, conveying to him all the
right, title, interest and estate of the formei
owner and of the State of Arkansas in and tc
the first three tracts above named, and on sami
day executed and delivered to said W. T. High
a similar deed for last named tract of land
which tract was afterwards conveyed by sail
High to said Martin. Now, therefore, ail per
sons who can set up any right to said land sc
purchased, by reason of any informality, ir
regularity or illegality connected with such
sales hereinbefore set forth, are hereby railed
upon to show cause, at a term of the Circuit
Court of Jackson county ip said Sta'e, to be
begun and hofdon onithe second Monday aftei
the fourth Monduy' In May, a. dJ| 1801, at the
court house in the town of Jacksonport In said
county, why said sale should not be confirm
ed. pursuant to a petition to bo by me then
filed on the cllancery side of said court,
sepo Ow JOSEPH W. MARTIN.
To all Wliont it May < otccni.
NOTICE is hereby given that, at a sale of
“lands forfeited for taxes,” made by
William R. Miller. Auditor of the State ol
Arkansas, on the 13th day of February, a. r>.
I860. Joseph W. Martin purchased, at public
auction, the following tract of land, to-wit:
The northwest quarter of section twenty-nine
(29), of township eleven north of the base
line, in range four west of the fifth principal
meridian, containing one hundred and sixty
acres, and paid therefor (he sum of Ihirtv
llircc dollars and seventy-five cents ($33 75).
And on pay ment of said sum said Auditor, as
aforesaid, executed to said Joseph W. Martin
a deed conveying to him all the right, title,
interest and estate of the former owner and of
the Stale of Arkansas, in and to said tract of
land. How, therefore, all persons who can
set up any right to said land so purchased as
aroresam, in consequence iu any iniorraaiuy,
irregularity or illegality connected with such
sale hereinbefore set forth, are hereby called
upon to show cause at a term of the Circuit
Court of Independence county in said State,
tq be begun and hidden on the first Monday of
September, a. t>. 1801 at the court house in
the town of XSatesville in said county, why
said sale should not be confirmed, pursuant to
a’petition lo be by me then filed on the chan
cery side of said court;'
eop5-6w JOSEPH W. MARTIN.
To all Whom it May Concern.
NOTICE is hereby given that, at a sale of
‘•lands forfeited for taxes,” made in Feb
ruary, a. n. 1800, by William R. Miller, Au
ditor of tiie State of Arkansas, Joseph W.
Martin, at public auction, purchased the fol
lowing tract of land, to-wit: Lots one and six
of northwest quarter of section thirty-one, of
township eight south of the base line, in range
four west of the fifth principal meridian, con
taining seventy-six and eighty-five hundredths
acres, and paid therefor the sum of eight dol
lars ami five cents ($8 05): and on payment
of said Sinn said Auditor, on the 15th day of
February, 1800, executed and delivered to said
Martin a deed for said tract of land, convey
ing to him all the right, title, interest and es
tate of the former owner and of the State of
Arkansas in and to the same.
Now, therefore, all persons who can set up
any right to said lands so purchased, by rea
son of any informality, irregularity or illegal
ity connected with such sale hereinbefore set
forth, are hereby called upon to show cause at
a term of the Circuit Court of Arkansas coun
ty in said State, to be begun andholden at the
ccurt house in the town of Dewitt in said
county, on the fourth Monday after the fourth
Monday in March, A. d. 1861, why said sale
should not be confirmed, pursuant to a peti
tion to be by me then filed on the chancery
side of said court.
sep5-6w JOSEPH W. MARTIN.
Confirmation of T x Tit e.
NOTICE is hereby given that Jesse C. Bo
gard purchased at Sheriff’s sale, for non
payment of taxes, the following described
tract or parcel of land, lying anti being situ
ated in the county of Prairie, to-wit:
The S. E. Qr. of Sec. £0, T. 3 N., in R. 8,
W. of the 5th, pi incipal meridian, containing
one hundred and sixty (160) acres, lying in
said county of Prairie. Taxes tbereo.n three
dollars ($3 00). tine for (he year 1854, which
amount he paid for said tract. Now, there
fore. all persons who can set up any right to
said land, or any part thereof, in consequence
of any informality, irregularity or illegality
connected with such sale, are called upon to
-how cause at the May term of Prairie Cir
cuit Court, and the chancery side thereof, on
the fourth Monday of May, 1861, to be held
at Brownsville in said county, why such sale,
so made, should not be confirmed, pursuant to
a petition to be filed by me in said court for
that purpose. JESSE C. BOGARD,
By Williams &. Martin, Solicitors.
Sept. 5, I860—Ot.
SQA&'Jl A»A3>'JSMT»
j99TgifH THIS school will open on Mon
f day the 3rd of September, under
wSLiE-Sr the care of Jno. T. Johnson, who
hashed three years experience in teaching,
and hopes by strict attention and good disci
pline to merit the patronage of all.
Kates of Tuition for term of
lOit days:
Orthography, Reading &. Writing, $10 00
E. Granuner, Arithmetic &. Geography, 12 00
Philosophy, Algebra & Political Econ’y, 15 00
A-sl ionomy, Geometry and Latin, ' 20 00
JBT Tuition to be paid at the expiration of
said term of five months, or 10 per cent, will
be added. Each student will be charged from
the time of entering school until the close of
the term. No deductions will be made except
iri cases of protracted sickness.
August 29, 1800—tf.
F '' •'y.'r’JH THE fifth session of the ‘‘Des
A Are Female Academy.”
W under tile charge and direction of
Miss BLACK, will be open for (be reception
of pupils ou the 4th Monday of September.
1800. 1 3
Terms, per Session or Five Months:
Orthography and Reading.$10 00
Orthography, Reading, Writing and
Primary Arithmetic... . 12 00
The above with primary Geography and
Grammar,..’. 14 00
High Branches,. lti 00
Instrumental Music,. 25 00
Use of Instrument,. 5 00
Pupils charged from time of entering,
and no deduction for withdrawal or absence,
except in cases of pretracted sickness.
_Dk^Arc, Aug. 29. 1860. —tf.
FEMALE SCHOOL.
MUS. Marian Robinson will commence a
Female School, in Des Arc,
Ou the 2d .Monday of September next.
dgjjF Only fifteen or twenty, pupils will be
received.
Term3 per Session or Five Months:
English branches, $10 to $15.
OT Extra charges for Ornamental branches.
Aug. 22, 1860—tf.
UNIVERSITY of NASHVILLE
Military College.
■ I T BERRIEN LINDSLEf .M.D..DD.
• | , Chancellor of the University, and Pro
fessor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. R. Johnson. Superintendent of the
Military College, and Professor of Engineer
' I it'?
Jamf.s F. Hamilton, A. M.. Professor of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
J. H Stewart. A. M . Professor of Greek
and Latin Languages and Liter attire.
Geo. S. Black!*'., A. M., M. D., Professor
. of Botany and Natural History.
Rnv. J. W. Hoyte. A.M., M.D., Professor
of Mental and Moral Phi tosoptiy, and Biblical
Literature.
R. W. Pitman, Adjunct Professor of An
cient Languages.
J. G. Anglade, Teacher of French and
Drawing
G. K. Winston. M. D., Surgeon.
The first term of the Academic year. 1860
’61. commences on the 3d of September. 1860.
Tire second term commences on the 27th of
January. 1861 Commencement exercises take
place on the 12th of June, 1861.
Tuition, boarding, washing, fuel, rooms,
servants’ attendance, and use of arms, $105
per term. ■ Matriculation fee, $5. Students
arc required to furnish their rooms. Engi
neering, French. Spanish. German, Drawing,
Book-keeping, and Fencing, each $10 per
term of twenty weeks.
Students under fourteen years of age will
not lie admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective
government is established, and health, physi
cal culture, good order and industrious habits
are promoted.
For Catalogues, or additional information,
apply to any member of the Faculty, or
jy25-3m B. II. JOHNSON, Supt.
J. P. MARSHALL, C. P. POLK,
Memphis, Term. Corinth, Miss.
O. R. BRIDGES,
Late Ag’t M. & C. R. R Collierville.
BRIDGES, MARSHALL & POLK,
Cotton Factors,
IteceiviiiK Forwarding & f om
mission Mrecli ills, .
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Will remain at No. 88 Front Row, until 1st
Sept., at which time can be found at their
New Office, No. 74 Front liow, over Todd &
Goyer.
July 11, 186!)—6m.
HARVEYS X CHANGE,
Corner of Buena Vista anti Foster
Streets,
NEAR THE DES ARC HOTEL,
DES ARC, ARKANSAS.
M AVfNG completed our new building, and
x J. opened a nrs:. class estai>iisnmep.r. tor me
accommodation of the public, and furnished iL
with the besf of Liquors, Cigars
Tobacco. ClC., the undersigned flatter
themselves that they will continue to receive
the patronage which has been heretofore be
stowed upon them.
(!QgF“ Adjoining their Exchange they keep o
general assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES.
Also,* Cove Oysters, Sardines, Fine Pickles,
Catsups, Pepper Sauce, etc., etc.
jy24-tf HARVE Y & M A TTHEWS.
J. T. PARHAM,
DES ARC, ARKANSAS.
SOLICITS contracts for buildings of ev
ery style. He is also prepared to fur
nish Designs, Estimates and Drawings of all
the modern orders of architecture; build su
perintend, and furnish working plans for
building at moderate prices.
*„* Orders left at the “Citizen Oifice.” will
receive prompt attention. [augS ly
"W. 33. XT.yv'£7XLn STT10IfST
GENERAL
LAND A G E N I1
BROWNSVILLE, PRAIRIE COUNTY, ARKANSAS.
VX7TLL locate Lands with Scrip or Land
VV Warrants. Ai.so—Collect debts and
pay taxes, on reasonable terms.
Refer to—Payne A LTnthank, and J. P.
Parsons, Memphis; J. C. Morrill, Des Arc,
Ark.; Dr. B. F. Hall, Brownsville, Arkansas.
janl5-ly.
BUSS U r.J ,v s ,
Real Estate and General
Iaa,n cl A.geut.
OF, S ARC ARKANSAS.
PROMPT attention will be given to all
business' entrusted to him in his line,
janlt-tf.
WIL LI A M 3 &Th O R N E,
LAND AGENTS,
Des A rc, Pit a i a i e Count y. Arkansas, |
\1/ILL give prompt attention to all I
** LAND CL.U1WS. and will attend .
personally to the locating of swamp land scrip I
and warrants, buying, selling lands and pay-I
ing taxes, &c. mar4-tf.
"_l
JNO. A. MARTIN.J. W. MARTIN, j
.Who. «f. sllarlin A' Bro,,
General Land AgentsJ
Des Arc, Arkansas,
WILL attend promptly lo nil business
entrusted to them. John Martin of j
the above firm, will give his undivided atten- ■
ticn to examining, buying, selling, locating,
and paying taxes on lands; also, buying ami
selling swamp and government land scrip.
..... ^ tv.
purchasers the lands held by us for sale. J.
W. Mur tin will attend more particularly to
the examination of land claims and investiga
tion of titles. uov9-tf.
' FOR S~J L E,
IN White county, 9000 acres of land, viz :
800 acres in sections 7 and 18.
1160 “ « “ 5, 8, 9 and 17.
720 “ “ “ 2 and 3.
560 “ “ « 10 and 11.
S00 “ « “ 33.3 land 35. 1
1040 « “ « 22.27 and 28.
And other small tracts, all in township 6,
north, range 7 west.
Also, 240 acres in section 5.
520 “ “ “ 9 and 10.
480 «' “ « 14, 15 and 11.
600 « “ “ 13,24 and 14.
Ail in township 6 North, Range 6 West.
J. A. Martin & Bro.,
nov9- Land Agents.
3r*ox- Sale,
TN Prairie county. 240 acres land 3 miles
from lies Arc ; 560 acres eight miles from
lies Arc. mayo
LAND FOR SAL"e7
TN Arkansas county. 1200 acres in sec- ;
1 tion 17, 19, 20 and 21, town 3 south, range
? west. i
A portion of the above lands will be traded
’or goods. Scc. The titles to the above lands
rre undisputed, terms to suit purchasers.
J. A. Martin & Bro.,
nov 9- Land Agents.
LAND FOR SALE!
¥N Conway county, 1000 acres of choice
■ Point Remove Land, in sections 2, 3. 4, 10,'
and 11, Township 6 North, Range 17 West, a
bargain is offered in this tract.
may5- J. A. MARTIN Sc BRO. |
YGTIt’E is HEREBY GIVEY,
fTIHAT I forewarn all persons from cutting
L or removing any logs, bushes or timber,
of any kind, off of any of mv lots in the town
of lies Arc, as the law will be most rigidly
enforced against any person or persons for so
doing. S. P. CATLIN.
April 8, 1360.—aprll-tf.
h.iSs-y 'esrasi
Br. S. Cheiiiva’s Infirmary.
WOODRUFF STREET,
DES ARC, PRAIRIE COUNTY, ARK.
N'ot'cc to Planters and Slave
holders.
rpilis INSTITUTION is open for the re
I. eeption of patients. The miihl ng is new,
ami the room largo and airy. Every atten
tion will bo paid to the comfort of the pa
tients, v TV n d-},,<'°V0Od ,n the treatment of
Haves! are comfilortforis.
Terms Moderate. Surgical operations
charged extra.
Dr. 3. Cbeniva w ill continue the practice of
his profession in Des Arc ami adjacent coun
try. inayld-tf
John jackson &, co.,
W HOI.ESA1.K AND II T AIL.
1^’ALERS TV
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Hoots, Shoes, SStsts, Vtips,
AND
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BUENA VISTA STREET,
DES ARC, ARKANSAS.
oct5-tf.
W. C. VVE9T. J. B. CROW.
W. C. WEST a CO.,
DEALERS IN
F 4\ V K STAPLE
DRY GOODS,
Clothing. Ha dwa.e,
tluentswaie,
Bonh, Shoes,
Hats, Cap s Sc-. &e.
WEST POINT, WHITE CO., ARR.
Terms Cash, or to punctual dealers on the
usual terms may 12-tf
C ARTER, McCAUELl K Co ,
DEALERS in
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS,
Ready-Made Clothing, Cutlery and
Queensware.
SEARCY, ARK.
janll-ly.
K EN D J G &, COOK,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHARLES POTTER)
CASH DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions,
-A\I> BOAT STORKS
38 Front Row. Opp. Steamboat Landing,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
All orders promptly attended to. je30-tf
Vf'i'rATHfvf1 /u 'ira'P rv,?:p'fLcs?>
ygf Hk «#>
LATE OF ARKANSAS. WITH
f? a r v i n , Jf e / / f'o.,
I" M P O R T E R S and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
57lnh fUanufactnrrrs of (Slotting,
NOS. !42 and 41! W MS ST . North Strn:.
(Between Fifth and Sixth )
! jan4-1y. LouiSTill Ky.
a ~eIi®CKER # € &. ,
WHOL ES A*££ A N D |E V A 11
(First door West of J. II. Qnisenberry’s Store.)
DES, ABC, ARKANSAS.
1T1AKE pleasure in announcing to (he oiti
a. zens of Prairie and adjacent counties,
that they are now in receipt of a large and
well selected stock of
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE,
Consisting in part of Sugars, Molasses, Coffee,
Candles, Cheese, Viiiegar, Salt, Whi-kv. Rice,
Pickles, Sardines. FI, gJSl Fish, Raisins,
Figs, Citrons, Almonds, Candy, Soap. Starch,
Soda, Crackers, Tobacco. Cigars. Nails, Cast
ings. Iron, Steel. Log Chains, Ox do., Pole
Axes. Spades. Shovels. &c., &c.
With all other articles usually to be found
in similar establishments. Allot' which they
are now selling low for Cash.
Des Arc, January 11, 18li0.—tf.
f. VeptienT
CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER
AXD
O’iESN^T’IEIXjXjIEIXT,
Buena Vista Street.
Three doors East of G.
& J. McLaren £c Co’s
DES ARC, ARK.,
RESPECTFULLY in
forms the eitiz.ens of
Des Arc and the adjacent country, that he has
a new and select stock of
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
He is. as usual, prepared to execute all kinds'
of CLOCK an I WATCH Work, in a work- '
manlike manner, and to Repair and Clean 1
Jf.wei.ry, &e. ap2‘J-tf j ^
FRUIT TRESa '
FRUIT TREES FOR SALE BY J. n. &'•
W. C. MORROW —We are permanently ! •
located seven miles South of lies Arc, on |
Wattpnsaw Bayou, where we intend going into '
the Nursery business extensively. We have
been engaged in this business for several years ,
riast in ’Tishomingo co., Miss. We have on 1
land some fifty thousand apple and some pear j ‘
grafts at our old Nursery, which we will ship ;
o any point on Arkansas. White or Litile Red ;
ivers. For further information addi ess
J. D. or W. C. MORROW, f
jeltl-tf Wattensaw. Prairie co., Ark. P
LANDS FOR S AI K. 1
IN Prairie county, in-town 2 south, ran^foi •
. west, 80 acres. Town 2 south, 7 west, .20
cres.
I" V A .•Iron... Ix. foum 51 P (> 111 ll. f.' H £1 e |
L 6 west, 840 acres; 4 south 4 west lt)0:
cres; 5 south 5 west, 480 acres} 5 soith «
rest, 680 acres. 7 1 T
rN .Tctlerson county, town 3 south, ange ,
L west, 670 acres. . A '■
J N Jackson county, town 5 north rank 4
L west. 4200 acres. These Ian* will be j \
old, part cash, balance on time- : t
For further information epp'y ^
GATEWOOD * MOON, |0
mar21-tf. __ 0<* Arc’ Alk' ?
VALTABUl j
improved .lands >
NEAR DES ARC,fOR SALE!
Dr '1 ACRES of LaM,i/Jack‘on county, I a
1. tlr.ee miles E.st /*f Des Arc—forty v
icres cleared anil *•» cnXiv Mon. On the i
premises is a neat fuiqf house, with two
rooms, a passage auf p/izza. Also a pood s
well and four nepo rubins, together with \
smoke-house and kitctyn.
These lands air o/ the first quality, and J
well suited for tic o/ening of a large farm.— .
Any one wisbiig te purchase can obtain all!
necessary infomafion by enquiring at the
‘ Citizen Office.” juneSklf ^
X ETf Wt ABIISHWEX T.
HAVli/G secured the services of an expe- .
l ieuced workman, 4e are now prepared V
to do eferv doseiiption of HLACK8.M1TH
ING. RLOW-M AKING. and REPAIRING
GEN (Hi ALLY, in a style end at prices that
rami?' but give entire satiskwtion to the pub
lie. wt use none buttlie belt Tennessee iion.
Shep on Woodruff street, nf%r the Saw Mills 1
and upper Steamboat Landing.
FRITH. RALGH t CO.
Des Arc, May 16, 18.60. myl9-tf
Von siir. h
A No. 1 Piano Forte. Applynt the Citizen,
olfice. au22-tf ]
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i/iVery stable!
BY?. F. GREER & ERG,, ;
Des Arc, Ark.
7, T H F. proprietors of foy*.
O'- Y (Ilf; stable, which is :
the oldest establisment '■j /"1 j
of the I ml in Des Arc. situated on Bnnm I
Vista ‘tret. near the Public Square, are pre- ;
nire'd nl heretofore, to accommodate tli«n
rustomcfs with Horses, Buggies, Carriages, |
&.c.. on/his t notice. I
'Air \Vcare prepared to accommodate any
number of horses, by the single feed, day.
week, or ,ninth. We attend to the stable our
selves, ami ran assnree all that their stock
will be wd attended to.
•A®* Tohe citizens of Pramo, White, St.
Francis, Jakson. Monroe and Pulaski coun
ties we ar under peculiar obligations tor
their libera patronage; and can assnree all
‘•even thosjewho come lioin afar ol». tunt .10
effort shall be spared on our part to please
them, as ipity gone days.
feb29-tf. _ __
WIU.IA.M JA.-K. JOHN T. SHANKS.
.) A • K &, SHANKS,
Iiporters and Dealers in
QUEENS W ARE,
ML 301 MAIN STREET,
itleinvslt ..Tun
A LL KNDS Pilled Goods, Wooden
I\ Ware Window Glass, Looking Glass and
Housekceiing Goods on hand,
jy IS, tp60-l3m _
nossr.ar scaT f.
HOXJBE, SIGN
mmwi
B u .£ Awl A VliETA STREET,
Des Arc, - - Arkansas,
GLiZING & PAPER HANGING,
SHADE AND E V E n T DESCRIPTION OF
Ornamental fainting,
DONI ON THE SHORTEST NOTIC E AND MOST
REASONABLE TERMS.
rpHG subscriber begs leave to inform the
I citizens of Do.; Arc. and surrounding
count y, that he has located tru e with the
determination of carrying on the above busi
nose 5n oil if<a wnrimn hrnriP.hff.S. lie hODGS OV
strict attention, combined with moderate
charge*, to meet with a liberal share 01 their
patronage and support.
(j^TOrders by post will meet with prompt
attention inar21*tf.
N.' s! BRUCE. JOS. JDRUCK. W. S. UKCCE.
N. S. BRUCE & CO.,
MANCFACrb'Rl'.RS AND DEALERS IN
Carriage Hardware, Trimmings, Spokes
HUBS, FELLOES,
WH-E18, PAINTS, OILS, VA .UiSHES, &C,
133 --St ■'XX Siloni: o o r©ot,
mySfi-tf MEMPHIS. TENN.
~J7n 7T77t e ,
DEALER IN
foreign ano American iiTarblr,
M ON U M r: N T S, TOMBS.
HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &C.
(Corner Gayo=o and Shelby Streets,)
MEMPHIS, TENN.
* LARGE variety always on hand. Dravv
/l i s of all the latest patterns which may
be seen by calling. Also, Iron Railing of
every pattern furnished to order.
Eyi am receiving Marble Work Manu
factured by steam, and have reduced oy
prices 25 per cent., and consequently can sell
at New York prices. apr28~f
i > esTr c
I © f I S 3
DES ARC. ARKANSAS.
HAVING leased this fine)* located and
well arranged Hotel, the proprietor re
spectfully info: ins travelers a’d U'0 public gen
rally, that he is prepared accommodate
ill who in.iv favor him wH* their patronage.
He hopes, by unrioitted care and at
tention, to please all.
Chahgks willle reasonable.
w It. W. NEWBY,
ggp" The £5 4 B7 attached to this Hotel
s supplied with file liquors. Special caie
las been taken topurchase none but superior
irands. Those wishing a ‘‘fink abticlb
an rest assured hat they will not be disap
minted. [February 8. 18od—tf.
3 R 0 Wa s VIL L E HOUSE,
Ell THOMAS RRATf
BrouHRuilici ipreririe 2lrk.
Tt HE above house continues to accoimno
d’’e all who desire it, with board and
odeiir The location is desirable, and the
iiopietor spares no pains to make his guests
oiibortable. ,
r^ Thc stables are convenient and com
p t^le, and plenty of provender and good
• tiers alvvnvs at hand.
'J'lir* proprietor solicits r cuiiumu.uh;i- UI i
gtronage. Charges reasonable. [apr28-6m. j
DES ARC, ARK.,
1RITII, BAUSH & CO.,
Proprietors.
piIESE Millgare now in operation, cut
[ ting lumber of every description o order.
ALL KINDS OF LtJMBEK
fill be kept constantly on band, so that cus
irnrrs can bn accommodated on short notice.
Fiicei will b.: found as low, as at any
ther mill for choice and clear lumber.
c onnect.d with the above mills is a I
!o. 1, Lath machine. Customers wishing
,alhs will be supplied promptly. The-e
.atin are far superior ami cheaper than the
rdinai y split Laths.
1ST Attached to the above mills we have
<,i isr Mill, and will grind corn at all times,
hen there is as much as ten bushels of corn
i the mill.
(f$“ Arrangements have been made with
eamboats, to deliver lumber at any point on !
if hit" or the Mississippi livers. apr28-tf.
)HN ritELPS..ROI1URT M. JON IS.
phelps & Jones,
(Successorsto Heald, Ma'.sie & Co.)
Cotton [y*£| Factors,
-A N D—
?citcral Commission iltercljants,
Xo. 43 Carondelel Street,
oct2G-ly.J NEW ORLEANS, LA. •
LOGS! LOGS!! LOGSM1
Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!!
i V ANTED immediately at the Lake Rluff
VV Steam Saw and Flouting Mills, nnv <
uantity Wheat and Saw Logs, for which the I
ighest market price will be paid in cash. .
E. G. ATKINS. ,
March 20,1800.—apr4-Gm.
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NAPOLEON, ARKANSAS.
nov7-lv ____ I
White River U. S. Mail Line !j
FROM JACKSONPORT TO NAPO-I
LEON—Thence to Memphis — |
making nEGtn.AH semi-weekly con- i
NECTION THOM MEMPHIS TO ALL POINTS
ON WHITE RIVER:
Consisting of the following new and fast run
ning Passenger Packets,
Kanawhavaliey. I>- B.PycE< Master
MKDOK , - - - - James Timms, Master.
Connecting at Napoleon with the splendid
Memphis Sv Napoleon U 8. Mail packets
*r o>Y'S’a.iCS4 V..Capt. James Lee.
VKS,.Carpt. R. M. Mason.
VICTORIA,.Capt. Frank Hicks.
Tariff of Prices White River Freight
and Passage.
From Memphis to Jacksonport and all
Points Below.
Pouiu. Freights, per 100 lbs. - - ■ * “V
Whisky and Wet bbls., per bbl. - - 1 5W ;
Salt, pet sack --------
Flour, per bbl. - - -- -- -- &'> |
Cotton Gins, each ------ 8 00 j
Wheelbarrows, each ----- 2b
Fanning Mills, - -- -- -- d 00
Straw Cutters b()
Corn Shelters.50 to 75
Pails, per dor.. -------
Chairs in Bundles, each - - - - 25j
Rockers - -- -- -- - --25 to 50
Sofas, each ---------$2 to $31
Divans --------- 1 50 to ST
Pianos ---------- 8
Bedsteads - -- -- -- -- $1 to-e
Teasters - -- -- -- -- 50c tr $~
Buggies. ’ (
Barouches and Carriages - - - - $7.® $10
Money. Jewelry and other valuables, \ p'r cent
and b 11 lading’to be signed for. /
rpg* Price of Freight from Napdeon to
Pcs Arc, 30 cents per 100 pounds. Passage
$5 00.
(Jgf price of Freight from I* s Arc to
Memphis. 50 cents per 100 pound-} cotton $1
per bale. Passage $8.
Passage from Memphis to Ildian Bay anc
D"s Arc. SiH : Nigger Hill and Augusta, $9;
orJ .l'HI tJliUZ.tr itiitl jaL.vnMij'yB1'?
july 3.-tf.
Leaves Memphis Evpv Saturday.
Memphis. White I?»‘I ILilfle StesJ
Stiver picket.
S. H. TUCKER:
NIL'S J ONES, Maste- • • • Cad. Hanks. Clerk.
^ —I THIS light draught
gv-amer. having been thor
oir'hiy l. paired, will make regular weekly
trips IVem Mt mg' ■ > t11 Des Arc and Augusta,
on White river; and West Point and Searcy on
Little Red rft'er. Leaves Memphis every
Saturday event off. niter the arrival of the cars,
and arrives tt I)- - Air on Monday evening.
On return trips passes Des Arc on Tuesday
uiffht. , . ,
ggj- Shippers and consignees may rely upon
the rom-arPy of ibis packet, and all bu-init-s
entrust'd to their care will be promptly and
faithf'ily attended to.
Fo freight or passage apply on board.
s#>I2-tH
Leaves Memphis Every Friday.
'2 ■seM'M 7 Dia 2 W3ka(t© I&f.T©ir
* _ A
• To
MASONIC GEM.
J. .1, Pir.r.enunv, Master. J. P. McDonald, Cl’k,
-'TT'SH —i THIS light draught steamer
PT : '_J having entered the above
trade will mn i-gulariy from Memphis to the
various points on White River.
For freight or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply on board.
Sept. 19. 181.0—tf.
Regular New Orleans, White
and H.iftte Red Rive. Pitch t,
BIDS-WHEEL OTEAMER,
r r:t> A Ho1
& vk'£!& «fc» J j
H. S. E ATON,.Master.
iumi this fine freight and ;
;r8EsLpas-i nger packet having been
Furnished with cotton guards, and otherwise j
repaired, will enter the trade soon after the
first of October, to continue during the season
as a semi-monthly packet. sep5-tf
§fjh“Prairie Democrat” copy.
OIL T. McOOWX’S
SARSAPARILLA
AaTuki off IP^aslfo,
Prepared from fresh root,the
only kind on which physicians 6r the
public can rely, old root, being ineit. Its I
components are extolled by some of the most j
iistinguished physicians in the world, as
Fordyco, Brodie, Bell, fee., for the cure of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Syphilis, Scrofula,
Diseases of the Eyes. Ears, Head and Skin, i
J’hroat, Neck. Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Spleen,
Stomach Bladder, Womb. Female Oomplainls.
uropsy, uiu nores, p oiciiowirs uiniment to
lie applied.) Tumors, Pimples, Eruptions,
kc. It makes the skin Clear and Smooth, ami
ihouhl be used in Spring and Summer to Pu
ify the Blood and prevent Sickness. Large
jottle, $1 50. Small. SI 00.
Dr. T. McCnwn’s Essence of
Tar—A certain cure for Bowel Complaints
uid Diseases of the Lungs.
Dr. T. 'dcHotvii’s Dogwood and
iron—A certain and permanent cure for
Chills and Fever, Ague Cake or Enlarged
Spleen. Night Sweats, Debility, Dyspepsia,
kc., &.c.
Prepared and sold at No. 143 Main street,
Memphis, where Drugs and Medicines may
jo purchased cheap for cash.
Sold in Des Arc, Arkansas, by
G. 1.. BALSLEY Druggist.
Atlanta by Coni A Dobbins ; Grand Glaize
>y H. Wheeler. april22-ly.
~®'J§§©LrT0Wo.
11 HE partnership heretofore existing be- >
tween G. M. Anderson and Isaac Gair is
lissolved by mutual consent. G. M. Anderson
s alone authorized (o settle thebusinessof the i
inn, assuming all of the liabilities of the 1
'am®- G. M. ANDERSON,!
Des Arc, Sept 6. ISAAC GAIR.
N 0 T I C E
RAYING withdrawn from the firm of I
Anderson & Gair, I take this method of
■etnrning my thanks to our friends ami (he
lublic lor the liberal patronage extended to
!'. ami beg leave to solicit a continuance of
In- same to my former partner, and would re
:ommend him to the favorable consideration
>f the public, feeling confident that they will
oose nothing by my withdrawal from the firm, i
Sept. 12. 180U—4t. ISAAC GAIR.
flunks ! R'Milks!!
In addition to out regular stock of blanks,
uch as deeds of Conveyance; Quit Claim ]
Seeds, Ac., we have ju>t printed a “sherilPs ?
ax-deed—drawn by B. 1). Turner, Attorney I
it Law. Searcy, White county.” This form is 1
cknowledged suparior to any other in the 1
date.
i
MK Uj ilr ioY LK t IM-.MENIs*
>R. IV. II. I’ll KKTT -1. 3. WIGG.4. • •
BrXtkrr*
WHOLESALE ANIl RtTHl
3 III 8 ji I i
APOTHECARIES
No’s. 317 and 319 Main St.,
• COR. MAIN AND UNION,
OPPOSITE SPEED, DONOHOit. STRANGE
Memphis, Tenn.
A T this stand we hope and expect to tee an
our old friends and customer*, assuring
them that our renewed efforts shall be aimM
to please, and to continue to furnish them
with Drugs of a superior character, and other
goods, the quality of which we can and will
warrant. ' A
ipp” We keep a full supply of Grass knd
Garden f eeds.
WlOOS P.ROTHERS & Co,,
Cor. Main and Union St’s. !
mar28-ly- Memphis, Tennessee. |
E. F. RISK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Stews 0rtttc3, 0l]ctt Iran, tXUrr,
mvere, caotinos, ooppsfi, tc
Manufacturer of Plain and Japanned Tin Ware
Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Ac,, 1
East Side ok Main Street. Next Dooaro
Grostenoivs Furniture Rooms,
MEMPHIS, TENN. ’
(pjf Jobbing, °f every description, promptly
attended to. ^30 ly
sresr&»Y S’W.mn,
- USD
Cotnm ’■ si oner of Deeds
i ©8* A A '« : A.» » ' S» ri'HE
0/oernl States anti ^Territories,
Office, South Side Court Square,
MEMl 'HIS. TENN.
(J5p” Will give especial attention to taking
depositions and acknowledgements of Deeds,
etc. All commissions sent by mail, will be :
promptly executed, and returned at the earli
r■ t possible moment. dec7-ly,*
H UME FT HI LL,
MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
£ o at lit i 8 8 i o n cr for the
COURT OF CLAIMS,
COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING TNSTIMONT
In the V. S District Courts,
TVT>—.Mn V»11 O.
and commissioner of dfeds
For the State of Arkansas, and all the Statei
and Territories in the Union.
Prompt and special attention paid to the
taking of Depositions on Commissions.
nov20-ly
J M. W IBW ELL & CO,
£T till cdtitirrie the business at the old stand on
O Union stc et n-ar Howard’s Row, whe.e
may be found a fine assortment of
€Sk CARRIAGES
of their own manufacture. We take this op
portuuity to . :;pres> our thanks for past favor*
and co'dialiy luVito those wishing tobjyto
i'v i)->i,■ our steel; before purchasing else
where. J. uM. WISWELL & CO.
may&rtf.
ROBERT E. ARMSTRONG. MARTIN T. RYDER
ARMSTBOXG it RYDER,
Sign and Shade Painters,
— AND—
Gt-Xj./V£3£5 .<3'X,-dVX3Sri3n.S,
40. .. MONROE STREET,.. .401
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Signs, Banners, Transparencies,
FLAGS, MASONIC APRONS.
Show Cards and Ornamental Painting
Of every description, done at the shortest no
tice and iti a superior manner.
STAINED & ENAMELED GLASS
For Churches, Public Halls, Private Dwel
lings. Steamboats, i^c., manufactured to order,
ENAMELED CLASS constantly on hand
and for sale.
Our motto is. “the nimble penny is better
titan the slow shilling.” The best of city
references given, and satisfaction in all cases
guaranteed 01 no charge. Every one ill the
city knows Dob Armstrong, the senior member
of the firm, and requires no further introduc
tion.
Martin T. Ryder, late of New York, Prac
tical Glass Stainer and Shade Painter, has al
ready placed sufficient of his work before the
public, berth in Glass Staining ami Shade
Painting, to give ample reference of bis abili
ty as a finished workman. /
GIVE lTS A CALL
Before ordering yom work elsewhere.
All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
ARMSTRONG & RYDER,
No. fC Monroe street,
julylii-tf. Memphis.
X »V AX S>” E \ C U SI V E
WHOLESALE
DRY-GOODS HOUSE.
303 Main St., .Memphis, 303
SUJ5PERD& MOORE,
rHAKE pleasure in announcing that
! they’ are now opening and prepared to ex
■unit, 'o i'ii rcrnnts buying ror i asu or
do rod to make prompt and reliable arrange*
meats, a very large and entirely new stock or
Staple and Fancy Goods,
C-iothing. Embroideries,
Wrappincs, Trimming,
and Varieties,
Adapted to the season, and embracing alto
tether one of the most complete and attrac
ive stocks ever offered in any market.
They respectfully solicit from the trade a
Mreftil examination, with confidence that to*
dock and prices will he found satisfactory.
marl4-ly.
J F. PRESCOTT & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
LARD OIL, SOAP
AND
C A. 1ST X) L E 8.
(in FnoNT OK THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL)!
NEAR THE LANDING,
MEMPHIS TENNESSEE.
THEY ARE AGENTS FOR THE
ECljIFSE
30TT0N GIN FEEDER
WHICH. WHEN ATTACHED,
'l it! save the tabor of a hand at every Gin
Feed the Cotton bettor, and
CLEANSE THE DIRT AND HULLS.
(J3F“ We guarantee it to give satisfaction
Memphis, August 14, 1888-tP.__
>11*1501 I I) IMtOPEKTY
IV,1 VISTA STUKET FOB SAL**'
THE East half of LOT No 0. Block 25, on,
iueua Vista stroet. in Des Arc. is offeroo ^
ala on reasonable terms. The building ■
ormerly occnuied by J W. Wallace, a
family Grocery. The location is one or
cat in town. For terms, &c., apply _
jan 18-tfJ J. C. SiORRlLt
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