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/BATUItDAY, . FEBRCAKY 2. 1807.
f jgg“Jlr. G. H. Vinteu is our authorized
Agent at New Orleans, to solicit'advertise
ments for tho Citizen.
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g*a;'*Mr. tv. W. Garner is our authorized
g Agent at clubman, Arkansas, to receive eub
‘ aeriptions for the Citizen.
JiS-'Col. L. P. Hughes is our authorized
He Agent at Clarendon, Arkansas, to attend to
9 any business fob this office.
[email protected]„.Capt. G. W. Hurley is our Agent for
? Augusta. Arkansas, and is authorized to re
[ ccipt and collect any dues for this office.
I BOa.Mi-. Hick Toe will attend to the inter
r e-us of the Citizen, in Memphis, Tenn.
B0U.J. J.' Adams, tit Nassau Street, New
York, is our authorized Agent, to solicit ad
vertisements.
8r5“'L. I\ Vi'n’Ji-r iCo., are our authorized
Agents in Louj-tiile, Ky., to receive and so
H licit advertisement:'.,
BefPersons visiting Memphis, should not
fail to call on G, if. Blood & Co., No. 301
Main street. These gentlemen keep constant
ly on hand, a full supply of Oils of all kind,
Tinware, Hardware, Stoves, &e. Such are
their facilities, that they can und do make it
lo the interest of all to purchase from them.
E?*!, We have no news of importance from i
tlie Legislature. All is epaiet in that quarter.
UcS/" We have received the report of tlie j
Commissioners, appointed to visit the City of |
Washington, but cunnntbind any thing in it j
w orth publishing, as there seems to have been ,
nothing made by-the trip.
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OFBl. ‘seo advertisemcul of Mrs. Russell's
school. i:i another .column. All who desire
patron izwtg -a female teacher, and seeming to ,
their.children superior, educational advanta-1
ges, will fill cl in this lady, a ripe schollur and
experienced teacher.
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Tin: Mails.—It is the strongest tiling in
the world, this irregularity of mails. Al
though we send our piper regularly to Aus
tin, our .subscribers, some of them, complain
that -they do not get it once a mouth. The
name may be said of »IIi«%k.s>* Station and
Brownsville. Although our pa,per should
tin. /vf .vnklUiion
often a week old before it reaches them, and
as for exchanges, the 'vru].j><*n* are a.most
worn off of some, before >ve got them. W e
would like to have this matter e&fdained lor
we don’t imderstaml it.
Citizen's Mkktini;.—Uu various occasions,
the citizens of ibis place Imvc called meeting*
for the purpose of considering mailers of
great and weighty importance to the comma- |
nity. and the call has been hut poorly re
sponded to. In order to the .growth of our j
town, it is positively essential that the citi
zens meet and confer in regard to such ones ;
lions as natuVnlly present themselves in so
growing a community. In this Wav, a social
understanding is In-gotten, man learns his •
fellow-man, and each one ia..prepunnl. bv such i
knowlcde, to work mole advantageously for:
the public good. There writ h- .. ;
the citizens, n't Blakeney un'd Thomas' ware- ]
liousc. on next W edr:esdiv evening, at candle
lighting.-for the purpose ".-vf discussing the
propriety of building a road from this place j
to Cotton i'lant. IVi- trust that all will turn
out. us every body is invited to attend- A
prominent citizen of Lies Are, will, on that j
occasion, oppose the construction of-the road, j
and as many n\ t in favor of it, a lively time
is expected.
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Mb. Editor :—Next Monday is The ;
day appointed for t lie flection of Mayor,
Couiteilmen and Town Constable, for
the town-of De.s Arc. It is hoped that
the citizens ol' De.s Are will bestir ilicin
selves in view -of the imporfanoe of
electing good, efficient, working men,
to till the different positions, pending
before them; much depends upon the
election of suitable and efficient men.
We have men in lies Arc, in every way .
competent, to till all the offices, and j
such men should.be put in nominatiop
and elected ; our town is fast improv
ing, and very much depends upon an j
efficient Board.- Our streets and pave-1
meats need immediate attention, to say
nothing of many other matters, proper:
to come before the Board. Put some ■
suitable man out as a -candidate for I
Town Constable, elect him, and then!
stiuid up to him, when carrying oist his j
fvui v uuay ici'i wiifwsct'ti ;
in (lie importance, of the election, and
let every man turn out and vote. Don't
hang back and stay away, and after- j
wards find fault with what you delib-i
crately refuse or neglect to attend to. ;
It is every man's duty to do his part,!
and lie that evades his duty on swob oc* i
casions, should hold his peace, if things 1
mil) not turn out to suit his fancied j
whims; so turn out on Monday and i
help to elect such menus feel and will
take an interest in the good order and
prosperity of the city of Des Arc.
Civis.
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Revolutionary LKGt8LATox.-»~Stcv
-c«s is preparing an important measure
to I,, introduced into Congress, look
ing to radical changes in both execu
tive aiMk;u(i;cja] quarters. The recent
decisions oc (he Supreme Court regar
ding militiirv\rjajg al1d other important
decisions to loltv.,v ■vvhicji, it is alleged,
will declare sevenj ;aWs now on the j
statute books uneonstii.,joual, lias pro-!
duced a feeling of alarm. yi,|P juris(.s '
in both Houses are considering the pro
priety of Congress taking immediate
action to avert serious danger.
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tlisg'-The .lacksonpor Herald says ; j
There was 215 marviagVs recorded in [
this county in 1866. That ,s doing pretty j
well fora county that In* only about
800 voters, but they all t*mm to have
marry on the brain.”
The Question in a A'utsiVx i .—The
Baltimore Gazette says: ‘Xhile the1
names of Virginia and FolSfl live,!
American Presidents and Russiv Czars
must hold each oiherinmutual i(Vect.”
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. ;v.;: “The owners of a line nfgt*k,erg
plying between Boston au< 1 RaKor
I have recovrrd ">1,200,©00 from Vp ;
«T.»yernmeut, for loss and damage. s\ i
taiued by vessels chartered during t>. ;
war. W estern and Southern pockety;
will sutler.
. :
:~mats?&?rTzxjarrv~r*r -ti -1 ■ i, mtitt— ■ rn ——i ■
Somebody Hart I
Mu. Editor of the Citizen- :—There
appeared in the White County Record
of last week, something in the way of
an article or editorial, spurring at the
Steamer Des Arc, or the Captain and
officers of that boat, because, as said
article has it, the Des Arc did not go to
the Searcy landing, when last up the
river. The writer states that Colonel
Rodgers assigned the reason why the
boat failed to get there, viz: "on ac
count of the swiftness of the current;
it being a head risc,”&c., “to which we
say bah.” Now we would ask the
writer where he gets this scary word
bar, and what it means 1 We hope it
means nothing bad to the Pilots and
officers of *he Des Arc, for we are in
formed that they are clever, efficient
men, and would not intentionally of
fend twenty or more passengers, awl
over two hundred bales of cotton, "by
not coming up, besides creating no lit
tle dissatisfaction.” It seems though
somebody was hurt—and somebody
would hurt somebody, if somebody
don't do better—and we fear that some
body will let the sun go down on his
wrath, if somebody don’t apologize, to
somebody. “Some twenty passengers
came to tlie landing, and all our mer
chants cotton, and all were disappoint
ed; viz: Twenty passengers and two
hundred bales •of cotton; what a pity
to disappoints© much cotton :i©f course
Capt. Elliott don’t want to take so much
cotton on his boat. If the writer ol
the aforesaid article will make the ac
quaintance <of Capt. Elliott, and his
corps of gentlemanly officers, and take
a trip or t wo with them, he will think
as we do, that they arc kind and clever
gentlemen. K.
IfeT'dt appears than during the year
1 Stili there were S5 railway accidents in
the United States, in which lives were
lost, and in them 115 persons were killed
and CO i wounded. This is a great Im
provement over 18*35, when there were
18b railroad accidents, in which i>55 per
sons killed and it. exhibits a less number
ol killed and wounded bv such accidents
than any year since 18A1. These acci
dents, however, do not include any where
persons who were injured by their own
carelessness. There were 2b steamboat
«u' »uriu& uumii; iou') on me various nv
crs and lakes in the l nitod States, by
which 038 persons were killed and 159
wounded. This is a less number than
occurred during 4865, tor which year the
report is 32 accidents, in which U688.
persons were killed and 265 wounded but
is a larger number than were reported
for any previous year since 1554. These
reports do not include loss of life by dis
asters at sea, nor during naval engage
wonts.
H Ann, Sound Sense.—There is a deal
of sober, honest truth,, as well as hard
common -sense, in the following para
graph from the Boston Post. Ilezekiah
Bunby should read it
With States n.vatUjZl Tarriiories
ami men gin envrmrnts parcelled out
among party retainers, the land aban
doned of industry, and universal gloom
clouding the prospect, what will the
South be worth to the Union ? How
is it to he expected to do its part in
raising the needed revenues, in supply
ing commerce with its resources, in an
swering the demands of manufacturers,
and in giving a new impulse to the as
pirations of labor and enterprise ? Our
people are guilty of a grave mistake, if
they forget that this is an Union ; not
a government of one section by another
section; not a feudal establishment,
with outlying dependencies; least of
all, a practical tyranny.
Another Atlantic ('able.—From
England it is announced that several
schemes for new Atlantic cables are
proposed. Arrangements have been
nearly completed for the manufacture
at Liverpool, for the cable intended to
be laid on the North American route,
by way of Iceland and Greenland, and
the-prospectus of this cable company is
to be immediately issued. The London
journals say this is only a beginning,
and that in a few years there will pro
bably bo a sufficient number of Trans
Atlantic cables in operation to supply
every demand for telegraphic facilities,
and to make communication between
Europe and the United States as certain
and as cheap ns is mow tho case with
telegraphic communication by land
lines between various parts* of this
country.
USHGcri. Griffin, one of the suner
in'tendents of the tVeedman’s bureau,
at Galveston, Texas, forbids any public
demonstration over the reinterment ol
the remains of Gen. Albert Sidney
Johnston. lie is but one remove from
a hyena. To forcibly prevent the pub
lic expression of •an almost universally
entertained respect and admiration is
an approach to.that malign and ghoul
like ‘disposition which tears up the
grave and rends the mouldering clay.
Only creatures are guilty of such mean
ness—men wold scorn it.—St Louis
Times.
Tax on Bachelors—It has been
seriously proposed in the Virginia -Legis
lature to impose a specific tax on all “con
firmed bachelors” for the support of the
■widows and old maids” in that. State.
Perhaps these philanthropic legislators
will yet discern the propriety of voting
the samo class the per diem which they
drew for their Christmas holidays!
As the last sensation story, it is
reported that two surviving members
of a famil y living at Grafton, Pensacola
county, three members having died of
consumption disinterred the bodies of
their relatives, cut out their vital parts
and burned them, having a superstition
that this was the only method of free
ing the family from the disease.
Nearly two thousand Germans
now leave Europe every week, for the
United States, in the Bremen and Ham
burg steamers. A company is estab
lished at Copenhagen to encourage the
•migration of Danes, Norwegians and
Swedes to the United States. Thechil
iren of all these emigrants are taught
he English language as their mother
onguc.
fey-During th" psst year 33.000
ivere deposited in the Treasury by the
■’atent Office, after paving all the ex
len.ses of offices. This makes the total
mount now- to the credit of the Patent
Hliec os'man-'«. *g«fc).Q0Q.
ti—TiTim fHrfWwi^afl*»wyTnnfiOTfcgiani |~I . . T^"c~iy*r
ftafThc galleries of Congas*’ were
jammed with negroes to War the an
nouncement of the passage K the Dis
trict of Columbia negro tJft'rage bill
They indulged in such an Applause as
had never before been tf&rd in the
same place, either in kindpr extent. It
seemed to suit Radical taste very
much, _ ^
iWuThe so-called Governor Vance,
of North Carolina, says Je has assurance
from the President 'tbR the Supreme
Court will recognize the Southern
States, and declare thst tlm legislation
of the present Congress is invalid.
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The. AVavsnndMeansCommittee
have decided on thotax and gold bills.
They agree that g61* should be.sold in
the open market, hit are undecided on
the amount or manner.
MAllKETS, &c.
Citizen Office, TZeh Anc, \
Sat/ntday, Feb 2, 1867. j
DES ARC PRICES CURRENT.
CORRfCTEP weekly »y
.1. St«y -KN*.
[BAGGING, pot yard ? -10 ®$ 00
I Bale Itopr, 25 @ _ 00
I Brooms ier dozen. -I 50®) ••> 00
Buoket?,painted, perdoz I 00®) I 50
•Butter per pound, 30®) 40
liar Ir<j»i, 0® 10
Bar Styp, .per pound 12®) 15
Beef Bides, dry, per pound, 8® 10
i Castings, 06) 11
Coffee—Itio 30®) 33
Candies Star, 24® 28
Colton. 20®; 23
Colton Yarns, 4(;® 45
(lotdage—Manilla, 35® .40
(Vm Meal, per bushel, 1 5t ®',
Kjjp, per dozen, 30® 35
Flow, per barrel, 10 00® lit 00
!FRUITS—
! Apples per bushel, dried, 2 00®. 2 50
Bench's, do. 2 00® 2 5(1
[GRAIN —
i Whetitper buHnel, 1 00® • 1 75
Corn do 1 30®) 1 40
Gunpowler per keg. 1 4 00® 15 00
J.iuie pet barrel, 3 00®) 3 50
Bead—Bur, per pound, 20
Ginger pet pound, 50
MEATS—
Mess Forkpcr barrel, 28 00®' 30 no
Bulk Fork, 13 00®; 15 00
Fork, fresh,per pound, 12j®> 15
Beef per pound, 8(,r- 10 •
BACON—Clear Sides, 20 to 22
•Shoulders, 16 to 18
Hams, canv'iliugar-eurcd, 25 to 28
Lard, . 25
FAINTS AND or®
Linseed Gil, .pto gallon, 2 00® 2 50
I.ard Oil, 2 00®- 2 50
Coal Oil, 1 00
White Bead, perVc. 4 t»0® 5 00
Nails per pound. 10®'. 12
Molasses, per gallon, -80(5'. I 20
; SUGAR, per pound,
Brown, 15®, 18
t. larilieu, lhf.a 2<t
Crushed *ud Powder-d. %£(*. j}5
Pepper per pound, (Ul
Rice, , 20
SrIi—per barrel, 1 00(7,', 5-00
Suit —.per sack, 3 2.5(7r, 3 60
Starch—Pearl, 16'
Spice, lit)
|TOBACCO
Common, ‘.tOP?, 1 26
Fine, 1 OuPo 2 50
Tea, per pound, 2 00(5' 2 50
Tallow, per pound, 15
Tar, in cans, l 00
Whisky, per gallon, 2 10(3; 5 00
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. Memphis Market.
Daily Avalanche Or*„'..:, i
ruvSlUT illlil. ZV, !|., ,
Corrox.—The market yesterday ynciMc
quiet and steady, with a small inqniiV 'flic
New York market was reported firm k :>;tj p,.
34c. Liverpool dispatches t.s-day repfct that
market firm, with -sales of 10,000 bah.. (1t
14|d. The market here during the iift«1nt,n
became firmer, and exhibited-a bettor feV,,
Holdors were holding firm, in anticipatio- .?*
; a reaction in the market. TransaotioniStor
j the day foot up small, with sales of raiddL,,
j at 30, 30A(S)30Jc. Strict twiddling at Sl\£
I 31 Jc, and low middling at 2!) to 291c. Th
j market closed firm at the following quota
; tions :
Ordinary. 24 to 25
Good Ordinary, 26 to 261
i • Low Middling, -27 to 281
I . Middling. 29 ho 30*
Strict Middling, 31 to 32
Good Middling) 32 to 33
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New Orleans Market.
Neav Orleans, January 28.
Cotton firmer ; sales, G,850 bales ; low mid
dling, 30J to 31c : middling, 31.J to 32c; re
ceipts. 8860 bales; exports, 4100 bales. Sa
garin good demand, fair, 13c. Molasses,
higher ; fair. 73e ; prime to choice, 74 to 81c.
Flour, higher; superfine. Si 1 85 to 12; extra,
12,50 to 15,50. Corn, oats and hay, firm and
unchanged. Fork, dult at $25. Bacon, firm
er ; shoulders. 12Je; clear sides, 18c. Lard,
quiet at 13 to 14jc. Tobacco and whisky un
changed. Gold, 134J. Sterling, 46. Now
York exchange, j to discount. Cotton to
New York, lc by steam ; Liverpool, 5 to 1 1-16
per sail.
Livf.kpooi, January 26.—Cotton firm and
unchanged.
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Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati, January 28.
Flour in modorate local demand; superfine,
$9,25 to $9,75. Wheat, $2,82. Corn, 62c.—
Oats, 52e. Cotton unchanged ; holders rath
er firmer at 31c; receipts since September
1st 169,848 bales, against 107,173 for the
snao lime last year. Whisky dull at $22.5 in
bold. Hogs firmer at $7 JO to $7 75; pork
$2850; bulk meats 7,j to7ic ; shoulders 9Jc ;
bactn sides less firm and nominal. . Hard quiet
at 12 jc. Gold 135,
~ SI’Et l AL, .\OTl« i;.
BULL’S CEDRON BITTERS.
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Head Ylr. Edwards’ Statcdnent*
I,ort3viu,E, Kv., April 22, 1863.
Da John licit,,,—Dear Sir,—Gratitude to
you, ts well as a sense of doty to the public,
requips that I should give you a statement,
for ptblic use, of the great benefit I have de
rived join the use of your “'Cedron Bitters.”
After i military service of thirteen months,
embratng the Pea Ridge campaign and battle,
I was Uncharged from tho service and came
home tidic. Dyspepsia, liver complaint, and
genera debility were fast hurrying me to the
grave, ad every remedy prescribed by physi
cians s;mod only to aggravate my disease*.
About ur weeks ago 1 was fortunate enough
to proc :c your “Cedron Bitters,” :.od by the
use of t ;m alone I have been restored to per
ftet androbust health. I can most earnestly
rccommidthom as being all. and move than
all, that hey are represented to be. You arc
at libel i to make any use you wish of this
s tat erne . •
I am. respectfully,
RICHARD HOWARDS. ,1
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.4 Voice from Yicksfeurg.
I Vii-Ksai'RO. Miss.. Aug. 9 1863
Da. JoK thru, —Dear Sir,—I nra hap.v j
i lo s'ato tk-nu that l have used your vahd'J0 ;
i Cedron Inters with great benefit to mvse! I*5 j
j general dljlity and prostration of my *<*cm t
I produced l- tho unhealthy and mia/mOe . j
i influence f the Mississippi river r°'tud
Vicksburg having been with Gen, “fatu s >
army tbro ;h its who!* southern e,ama:Sn> 1 ■
j ionfi tent!;‘ecoraraend its use to ulpwsons d
i who are e> *?cd to uuhrnltbv elima^*
H. W. FOG »'• 1’
Agent U. S. 8h. <bin. g
1 VJ ;J;y|* .te!ni«i‘4 ^ i*.l iX’i
J
TEN EYCK, SOULE & CO., |
Lumber Merchants, j
HO.UIftOrXBB.itS,
AND DEALERS IN
SHINGLES, SfC.,
J)os Arkansas.
"VTTK btp manufacturing and keep eon
VV Bluntly on hand, a large supply of
SHMt Jtansonfd glumltrv,
Of every variety of timber, both ROUGH and
DRESSED. Machine matched Flooring, of.
Fine and Cypress : Ceiling, and a general va
riety of
Dimension Lumber, Shingles, Etc.
BILLS ITT TO OROER.
Orders promptly filled when accompanied
with the Cash. .
We have also, in conneetroT. with the above,
in good running order, a first class
CORN AIIIX,
And are prepared to do all grinding that may
be sent to our Mills.
Meal exchanged for Corn.
Ten Eyck, Soule & Co..
Dos Art, January 1, 18ti7.—-jano-Vy
FRESH ARRIVALS
TJAZEN ^ M(PIIEKS°N
Ann to-day receiving a desirable addition
to their already large -took of Goods, puck as
Kentucky Jeans; White, Hod, and Fancy
Flannels: Balmorals; Ladies' Plain and Faiiey
Wool Hose; Childrens Hose; Men’s Halt Hose;
I.Corsetts; Stays; Black and Fancy Dre-s Bind
itig; Bleached Domestic; Buttons: Thread;
Needles; Linen Handkerchiefs: Paper Collars;,
Gents’ all wool Underskirts and Drawers.
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Flour. Bacon, Salt, Sugar. Cvfi'ce, Tea,
Castings, large lot assorted Tinware.
Ill addition to the abovo articles, we are re
ceiving by almost every boat, something to
satisfy the wants of the ooxfn'try. Our ock
cmui .ilia ui'iii i > uiinj: ij'ui»|»ii- tit: r,
| and wo wish 'to ssy in this connection, th.it
j our prices are *nacle to correspond as nearly
j as possible with the times. We wish nil coni*
i in# to Dos Arc to trade* t-o call and examine
i our heavy stock.
j Dos Arc, Dccejnbor •*>, 1800—deco-:f
m'WBm.Y AND SALS
! ilJltm
tv
—BY—
-I. I*- WELIiUK.
{WOODRUFF ST., - - - DER ARC,
(NEAR SHE "CITIZEN OFFICE.")
—:o: —
UWW TRAV.KLTSU FUR
| -1 will find ihe I'ropri gjjg!*
: etor of this F ruble ill wavs prepared to iur"nish
i HACKS, BIOBIES mid HOUSES to go to
j any part ot the country. Horses boarded by
; the day. week or mouth.
oc20tf. .T. r. WELLER.
STEAMBOATS.
Regular New Orleans ittid While
Sliver Packet,
JOHN I>. PERRY,
I ABNER BAIRD.. Master.
E. J. Booker, ...Clerk.
}^CT3~A^p^r~1 THIS steamer having
! ^t^ssrgp&atfcbeon repaired and refitted,
“is entered the above trade, and will run
tteularly throughout the season, touching at
. Th’wny landings. For freight or passage ap
! P'Jon board, or to
y29- JOHN A. FRITH, Agent.
1 R(%lar New Orleans and W lite
River 1‘aehet,
lABBY DEAN,
i K- BUsdEL,.M-Ster.
! VSbl Tf,IS f5st an<1 1!8'ht
•veKmJragg^gj^draftpassenger stear-or, hav
! ing entiled the above trade, will rurrogular
| >.V throuB-out the season. „ decl
RFUlu: NEW ORLEANS AN IS
WIlTE RIVER PAIfiET,
I-V1 FRANKLIN
w. U. rlNKBINE,... ..Captain.
I .John A. Iarpham, ...... Clerk.
^ms efegant steamer
agim^^'ii.itAiltLhaving encred the above
j trade, will rui regularly .bring the season ■
For freight 01 ^i<r<;age, uppjt oh board. oct27
t Al»_i • .71. c..._ i_
..- ' ' -TU|/U10 VS J Iglliui Mil t i
Regular Memphis and While
River Packet,
I > I3« A T2. C ,
JXO.JL). ELlW,. Master.
J. Eke Finn*.Clerk.
cl. ,-"i 'THE Dea Arc has been
kt.tifa-nn[rMv repaired and rc
; fitted, cxprtsslyfor the above-trade, and will
j leave Memphisovet.' Saturday and ]Jes Arc
every Wauiesdiy. , sep22
Ljaves Memphis Every Tuesday,
■ Regular Iileui|iIsiK and Wi’Jte
River Packet,
COMMERCIAIa,
.JOIN B. DAVIS, . - Captain.
(p- C- Ri.isii, . - Clerk.
j TlflS steamer having
thoroughly repaired and
j rp'irBxhed, will run regularly throughout
; thaisSjOn. Leaves Memphis every Tut - lay
1 sni es Are every Saturday morning. mar8
' J. J1MSALLEN, Agent.
Ee'tilar St. Louis and White
Stiver Packet,
A Ci IV 13 S ,
jillX MERRILL, Master. '
George Dodd,. Clerk, j
A ,-AF^l.."-1 This splendid passenger
■S&SeSwi&mdfep&cket will ply regularly <lu- I
ing the season between St. Louis and Jack- I
onport. stopping at all way landings. l*ar
icular attention paid to orders sent for good.:, | j
'or freight and passage apply on board.
OCtlo
tlKA LMt ST. LOl’IK & WHITE
it BA ER 1* At RET.
.1. H- MeCl' 1VI3.
AS. H. DUFFER. - - Muster |f
Ur £58* ."‘1 THIS sw ift- and ele-um , ■
tazL'-^sfJs&rsHBfc'icamcr will ply regularly i
uring the season, between Sr. Louis and IJ
icksonport. stopping at ail way landings, j h
articular attention paid to orders sent fur -t
jod“. . J. SIMS ALLEN,
tog 17- Agent.
wm. QABVUT. BOOT. B0881M .
J. O. BELL. JNO. T. FISHER. j
ESTABLISHED 18*27.
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UK-ESTABLISHED IN ldf>0.
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EftlltW, IIU & *D., :
Importers and Wholesale
— DEALERS IN —
WWW WOODSj
—AND—
Notions,
Xo. 2C7 Main St., below Seventh St.,
Jan 12-ton 1,«I ISTILLE. KV.
GENERAL INSIUANCK AGENCY
—OF—
R. B. CARL LEE,
1
gcvaU’js glu£ft givkausaiss. |
First Class Insurance of Life. Fire, i
Marine and Accident
Insurance Companies.
! National Banking anti Insurance
COMPANY,
ST. LOUS, MISSOl BI.
«
Insures Town Property and Merchandise.
Furnishes Open Marine Policies on Liberal
Terms.
Losses paid at this office.
It. Ii. C A III. LKE, Agent.
>17rI’11 IERN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
,M 12335*81 IS, TEXA 12S§K12,
! INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS.:
For $30, you can secure a policy, Insuring
you 325 per week in ease of injury, prevent j
ino vim Ti'fii.i oalemline* to vour work or bust- t
ness; and in case oi death tiy accident, sc-I
cures §5.000 to your "legal representatives.
No Medical Examination.
R. B. CARL LEE,
I Joel- Agents for WJute Hirer.
J S-i<‘Icorls(iiin
anti /cm a If
f JU ^
! Hn®-titiito, i
IrilHlS Institute iner/porated 1800 by the j
| 1 Legislature of A’kansns, with the privi
leges of a College is filtrated at
BlicUor; l*!sH. S'rairio County,
/li' 54 S* Si* 3 ^
Fifteen miles west of Dos Arc.
Our course tf study embraces the Latin, ;
Greek, and 1’nglish Languages; Mathematics. I
Geography, list pry. Philosophy, Chemistry; j
Botany, Bluloric, Logie, etc , tend itistruruen- j
tal Music.
'Orthogttphy, Pen it a* ship, Written Com
position and Elocution, receive special atten
tion.
Thc.ourteontli semi-annual session, under i
Pro. W. A. Warner and Lady as j
Pi in Iptus, and an adequate number of Assis
tant, will Commence February 1th, 1807.
'onus, payable one-lialf in advance, and
tie balance at the close of the .session.
Tuition ranges from §18 to $25 per session, 1
hcidcntal Fee, 50 cents.
Music on Piano, $25, Pse of instrument $5.
Deductions made only in cases of protracted
illness. Hoard, (exclusive of washing and y
lights,) §12 00 per month.
SiSf“ Young men who were disabled in the
Confederate Army, and are in indigent cir
cumstnnees, will receive tuition without .
charge. r
W L. MOOKK,
Prisident Hoard Trustees.
A. J. Thom vs, Secretary.
Hickory Plain, January 1, 1867.-jan5-lm ^
it. riTZGEHAti), Gallatin. c.CBlt.L, Memphis |
JOSH. t. jeffebson, Memphis.
H. FITZGERALD & GO., (
—WHOLESALE— !
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Commission ^Urchauts;
AGENTS FOR TIIE SALE OF
Cotton Yarns, Sheeting: anil !
Osnaburgs, Dupont’s Gun
Powder and Printing;
Paper.
No. 274 Front Street,
r.yvl7-3m MEMPHIS.
r. MITCHELL. S. C. MITCHELL. T. El. MITCHELL, r
F. MITCHELL & BKO’S.,
CommitsloB Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Liquors, Fruit, Fish. Produce.
S. K. Cor. Second and IJnxlnl Sis.. ^
itnO- Ht. IjOiiiss- 3Io.
Steam Saw-Mill. -
STRONG & SEELEY
I TAKE pleasure in 1. forming the public tLnt
ihcv hava put in running rder, the
team S..tr an ! Grist Mill tn Mrs. Quarles’ j ro
lace on White river, four miles below Dos
rc. where they are prepared to furnish lum- j
er or grind at all times, and will be pleased 1 to
i receive order-, and promptly fill the same. (
Term*- t.'ssir.
mar*- STRONG & SEELEY*. we
RATES K BRO S COMMA.
EGOINANi1'.GATES. ISAAC GATES
F. GATES & BRO..
Des Arc, Ark..
DEALERS l\
Staple and Fancy
MY ©©»
G ENTS
FURNISHING GOODS,
XOtions,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
HEW BUILDING,
Opposite their Old Stand, one dour West
if Burney fc Bio’s. Drug Store, and arc
now ready to show their friends- and pat
rons a nice, large and well selected stock ol
Fall amt Winter Hoods.,
CO-NSl.STl.Mi PARTLY IN
Xatue> (finite
of every kind.
Moliulr S.nstres. Fine Alpuca
Lustrrs, lloiRilc Width tJigli
Colorril Saxony Plaids, all
Wool Saxony Plaids,
i:\lra Pine I’Kilil
Poplins, Pine
Paris Poplins,
Ron .lour
Plaid.
Paris Phene Poplins, Paris SiiJ
Poplins, all Woo! BJolaleies,
of'various Colors and Qua 1
Mies, a I.arge. AKsorl
lueeit o f Sarqhcs,
Shawls, Plonks,
Sontags, VnMas.
Hroakfast Papes, Stnl
ntorals, Hoop-Skirts, Cor
seis, lit boons, (Ti;tiiii)rii}<>,
Fine Cilnprliams, IAnseys, Eto
a Fine selection of
I jA DIES’ 1 a ATS.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
WINDOW SI* WES,
I.IKETV, TOW KONG,
niAPEKS.
VANTON FEAN NEE.
ISitlEEING AND DOMESTIC S.
We have on hand the finest assortment of
Grents and T3oys
Over ofl'erod in Des Are, consisting in part ot
/fancy. //tuts, tfaats,
$as&Lnieicy Afan is,
Vfmeeds, /Vests,
Itn dej'-dfLaih inq, ,{jlou.es,
[floats, Vfka.es,
■flats, VffasLet /(, S'e
:lotii, cassimeke, jeans.
JERSEY, SATINET, FRENCH CLOTH.
Oar assortment of NOTIONS is un
qnalled.
’Of RET KNIVES, MATCH SAFES,
TOONS, TOOTH BRUSHES,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, kc.
rogethcr with all that pertains to a first class
)ry Goods Stove.
I'M Tuldiilon to tlio above, we liavo a com
». plote assortment of
faddlea,
-fide of addles-,
faddle
fadd die (JJ/au/cela,
C.UXS, X l’ISTOJLS,
11 X TUBES,, percussion caps
ALSO,
Vine $icqai&,
ifIn.uA’ifiq fJahacca,
' fiettumi flul'aero,
ffi/iea,
lieeiAchaam fPijie ^
ffi/ie $a&es, fe
We call particular attention to our stock as
e best, that has over been ottered to this
trket. Ad wc purchased our goods for cash,
cun afford to sell cheap, and are determined
do so. Oi*e us a call, and satisfy yourself,
it our stock is as we represent it, and that
wi.’l do as we $Qy »pr7
ME DlC At._f
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COMPOUND jj
CEDROlj
RITTERS, I
Ttw And Most Tvnjiorffl
nijicovfr)' ol‘ the Silne- I
terntli Ontury.
N’o man's name is more intimately roitW
pit with the history of Materia MediH
the United States, or more favorably kil
hs a pioneer in mcdiciri discovery than thH
D R. JOHN B tf Xg
OF LOUISVILLE, XY> j
llis inimitable preparation of SARS£|
j RIM,A n.'is long stood at the head of tb«
i rious compounds of that valuable drug. ■
His COMPOUND OK WILD CHKRKV
hoc onto a household word throughout thdBI
Wilt 4D©
His WORM i.OZFA'Gf.S, in less Gian Bg
after their introduction, attained a repu^H
j,s wide spread ais the continent of
America.
Rut liie crowning glory of his life rej3§
to lie attained in his latest discovery, or US
or combination. for he does not claim |y£j
the discoverer of
’essEoai
Which is the basts of the RITTERS n<W$
fared to the public. That honor helotWj
j the native inhabitants of CENTRAL A^E|
(’A, to whom its virtues have been knoiE#
( more TKah twh hundred years. Armed™
| it the Indian bids
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—.TO THK MOST—
Deadly Malarf|
| And handlesViihout fear the most vei^H
-erpenis. It is a belief with them lhut|S
tliere i); breath in tlic body, the :^B
Is potent to cure, no matter whaf the ^By
m»; Im. V.'ltile DR. RUI.L is Jlatprep^B
eiulorre this extravagant prctension^H
nevertheless satisfied from a thoroughly
; inatiuu of the evidence relating to its t^B
: that an .a remedy and preventive for
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