Daily Arkansas Gazette from Little Rock, Arkansas on October 21, 1868 · Page 1
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..SJI'X-KWa.K AS v ! ''V r:-r Li T ,. ' A A v.. o ;A u :i . j - f ORT YrNINTHj YEAR. ESTABLISHED 1819. . NUMBttR 20S. V 7H LITTLE ROCK.AItK, WEDNESPAY,. OCTOBER 21, 1868. AT $10 PER'' 1UIKUADV ANCE. V',4 - it i .1 ,o!rt-i X Business directory. OtfR -ADVERTISERS 1 I A PAMS,4NO;l). Superintendent Memphis and - , r, x rl x otc Cramer s Mill rak U. tJ-lScott, President, W.H. Pnltoa, 8xter! ARKANSAS UAZMl'fc, Mjui weekly, "3 . 1 and J0 Office, Gazette block.Markharr. , 15 c-iie.ALAA , J. v as CO.. Uruiririat. Ku. 2(T. Asia Street.; :.: 7 ,: rag, a, i8 JL dralrra la sash, doors. LUnda. w w OU1U,, Huuaufacturera aqd " tr gtate t oase. ePi8' Insurance ageutJKramer & MUlcr fanjiJing. Markham street. g lAtiis., ii. A., Deutwt, corner Clry aiid bcoU 'lOMMtaiCiAL, iMjiiL, loot Ol W A 4am, pronrietor. Maui. HUe(, A. Li J. A.-. PhVHififllt UBli' 6cA!montAStiIIwell'adniirBtora. ' Lk'? k ' TV e16' in lt8 and Bhoe8j)itter bmlding, Markham et. , ; iii u USA, CaritnUiia and builders. J' Ml &Mtn left with J. y.Ztmmermarj and Pones Or- Broa. j A tilJiI,' UA-N XX i KiSULiaa, Attorvays at i JCf tar.' Kramer A Mflterttqildiiijr, Markham atj , HjXU!.lL,UiK HOXjC, Urocen, and Generu . JC ; AlejjqliaiMiige. Main atreet, Eieatra boiHMng. SJOZiiuA A UHO., TlD,hept iron and copiir ware, Hardware, etc.TJlin 'Btreet. ; i SjAUalT,J W'w A ttorcy at 'lawVaud rerf estate );JL dcater, Adtuna buJduig, ttarknam street. tlU AiJuLAJtY, LotJerBatarte a fancy IJEI1.I; W. Ff. Jb. ft XJ.. Dealers lu genaral ma-. -chaiiaw, 'nietttrfrtinHd'.rig. .Main at. , iJlFlj-iim, JU., iVbulele aiid ail Dry Uiiaa, Tuwei llock, comer east Main od Markham gtreets. - , . Cs--' . g 1 AUUAtiilKii & Attofieya at law, " W Marti ham street. GIBa-S, GEO. II., Cooks, stationery, wail " bock binder, etc. , Markham street. , paper, fcMllSTEAU, KAY, Attorney at.Lw, "DiUr Buf iSr.f , Markiant at. . t , ' R AGHK, A.,'& Co.ash, door and blind factory, m m r iiaaoeni Mfeet. between tentrgand Hpring MUUUh.S & WfcliJia, Wholesale and jretaii boots, shoes, leatheretc, Tebbett'a block, Markham treet. art tZbfcvlAli & 3i:uilii, 1 in and shet Iron work- J1JL erg, hardware, cutlery, stoFeSjCtcIOO Markham ttrrct.' HUOl'iSIi, Pa..P U Pbysician and Surgeon, corner jMarJkhain and fecott etreeta, ; fEGUiHB, t0. A., Drnggist eM May street. 'JLA-' -: '- " " JJ USS5t ,'C uratice Agent, 2io. 2 Xebbetto J" Uiiit. ;i'AiAi blUJi", fiati tuia oiiuuueut-, al paii.tinj. Main 1 1., near Walnot,- : . tail dvaiern in gwnerel rnerckandiHe, receiving, torwardinfe etc-MBrthamteti-eetrnearLeYee.' IMBJ-ll.I., "Q Saddle' 6C.J harness maker, Mai rfi, Irf ar" W;i!mrt. ' !) : , 1a -lAU.it-it. K-pi, i-Lysiciiia.aVu' JSurgeou, A. Ji. ' J.eorrrScMttd'Varkhamatrecta. .. BAAU.K. WILl.luBk.CUCrvecra &u(iu0lmis' J W si on pK-rcltante, Markham stwct.aear Landing. AFr Eltf i & BALE1GU, Wholesale and retail A obbers. dry (roods and groceries. Markham st. K Xtih.M, V. VV., ilaiiuLicl.urt.t' ol Oootd aiiu anotsa, " JLj No. 4(J ast Main street : M" OKTlffEK,!U., tkerj and famUy grocery, Xo. 40 Main stWetr- ; GOUY A BOWEKXON, Wholesale and retail srocrs,l!ad(rett block. Markham wt. tUAfiS, M. 11. A leaie m Clotniug, Mark Ham treet, Adarus bniicing. us MAXJ t- M ., i-euicr in btapia auu ncy 3iry gooda,-Badsematk, Main ttreet. OSIGOMJiaV & VVAKW1CK, Aorney and Conniiftlorff at Law, Tenhett s Blocr. K1UKV ooi.', Jf amMy (J ttrjogfa ain street and new rcet. cornelraft cALMOJVi bXH-L.W JitA,, .iJrUgmw and A?JL Cbern(Ua,elnts bils,-ferfSHiary, .etc., N. E. corner east Main and Markham streets, i n h.v r-K,.JU:5i.l'U, lry gouUa,etc., ink), ti itaageu XTJL block jieast Main fftrcet. J JM HGUkilA,, JUiliN , Livery una tu-itj bUililc, Act) ley4jnetable. i IT J. cevieaiin4 rttftrftatiori mrplrf-r, ei-t Main at. A' r AV KA,"b., Ay hoiBale ahd re,t5d fWua, glass and crtcttrtvaral dry goods tort OCtiiMB, Kramer 4 MUter bniWtBtf.IIitrtuam Aye.et;' .v',"; . UlUi, Jt. W no tuia . -and wtiuf gioccnea and lKiuors, cor. Mam and walnnt ttreeta. liOitoX ol to., Wnoletmle aealers ini liquors and MT winea, Geortre Building, Markham Street. HJlAiEJk.lt-l4 t JUKUW A , injiuraDte agenta, ft W. cornier Markham and Bctt streatM. , Jt L Jbu, J. VV. Iiobcftoon,buper- MM intecdeat, H. L i'axner jrcigat Aatnt, nxamar and Miller block. II fcAliiJUA.JAa. r... ikKkneber audi Cinder, lU- tioner, titc, Gaetto block, Mark barn ttreet: h.lGL.XK, GEO. liool and ahoe luaif r, Main at., opio4tiTlieatrv: , tit R oB AliliH, 11. C., Kaiiruad, Uge and e team boat ageTtt, Anthony Honse. lA.,A.i II. CO., bttain aaw , lumber, dealers in iaths, eti., old A damson mill. It Oi lAKisiil vH. H A CO.. V lioieeaiti wins. , etc.kaietta Mock. BINGO. DANIEL, Attorney at law, Ji.ttor build-M. lug, Maitsbam street. J eCHAX'EK, JOS. C, lealer in General Merchant S3 dise, Marfcjham St.. near steamboat LandiDg" aGV X t , UkV 4JO tnwarMing ' and com-. 13 minion tuiWxIiauWvaBJi jikfabut agents, ateam- oat landins. u - ... ti 4vHAU mid antt-Jobiiai Suut, -Anvy llfiiiOAd dt tHJT' ii holesate andetid ttirinture tLACK 4 KBuK. Cigar ind fob emporium, b. i5 U. wrneraKt .v?airt aod 5f irWrnyxi Bteetc. YJ i, 1 liCACK.K5iil5r ' SbJ vi it.f'.W Ki.U.'n AwKl.L'A'ktVMLjfcfr Atrnejaai aj iw, Aatuey raWjiSiarxaam atroM. AOlil.iO' J.lieacd inwe irva wurksf , brd-wai..tii.rt'rila3i,eJt.ttain-gj. . . - sta AVW 1fcr K." ri'ftW in xrfHirtai tn-iitAi(nh.1 - 1 I.-, . . .mm mm mm n ' ' . i i 1 Iitter fcutidiiMr, cor. f m A1 lA'ii, i)aG. Al., Jf Djaicmn and Mirgeuu, t-A -JL ner Markham and iScott gtreeta. ' j , j T A i LOM, WltriX A UO.,Ueciving, turwaruwg and. t oommistittn tnercnanu, Levee. 1 . I r VUEZk. V A Jv T, - J . T., Ja., A BUO-i jiuurarMJ,,hia j? accept ABuau witu o,. negro, 'taUMPi.tiii A'lJAiiliS.GunaiuiSui IdtaJers in J' tna,Kl8.!etC, Mala at. i lioii. mux. Proprietor PaJac W W r,er lAtwtw A Rnlerirb'a. Markham Aite.la.jk i It. c-lai BO L it-Ma PSjarfonsa-aad; . P8rm.;(ittc. aritri Dr. FertoS-ifTjxt-! WATKlNd & KosE, Attorneys iditaWvKajkfeTIm'rOtta in good faith', nd every baiicsstw. i r -.( 1 thcrfljerse"iaiie iinfhonc,.iher: endorser ?J?ylttaiptar,iuk.!ar an J ooktiit W W OrrtetifTen iCh Kramer: SlTfler H Cp: Mfc&& A k-Mffanuiy supply a "tuteT22! w w nain-Rea. , - - l'c GENTtfc!aX'S CLOTnirt3. --rGE3rrLEiIE5CLOTUING., , X ' --jU. NICE FALL-feUTTS. GENTLEMEN'S CWTWZGitv immriZ GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, Jrsdmtlin , t PJckctji sum, 4 head t?rrm and widfcT"eTrjih? g peatiy reduced prices, them. . Up stiairs at . Cafii Alb' -shU'see , Mt --LAFFEBTY A RA GITS, Matrimonial Felioit.M k?j &sailiwtMca, on the errors, abuses, ud diseases, wbiclS lend to prevent felicity ia Marriage, with the humana view of treatment and sure sent in sealed letter ssivelopes free or chartre.i Adddreaa Howard AaaociaLcn,liox P., ItiUdeluhia PsT ' sep30d3m. I f ! BENH. HILL'S ! QBE AT LETTER THE CASE STRONG LT PUT. The followinc ia thm lctlc f tha non. Ban II m" iQt?? to ta New York i7rbmt w nicu 0 muoliliaa Wen Baid of late : . .1 Nw Yokk, Oct. 3, 1868. Zo (A Editor nf il. IT r,y . i.- 5 er14 0? tni morning fa an article i!ileL??nth.P9ocratio Leader, in New wrj ana Bmoritf thil'nnm U mentinn . " " v.,. - l..U0W me fir8t cf t"J I am. no pait a nil UBTe.r flT8 ceen,neTer expect to be. auuw me, in m Belt nla n t .i S!.4? wine or eat din- . "U" UITR Tint. hAn a . J came north, to .u.Ait.;. f t - u iv rnff-.TiWrn Pano of the northern S",? Pwbable reealt of the political contest bow beinir r v. i... i. :; . w wau nas VI - 10 Mmire the system of . j j rr ---- un state .uniiiea ana rsteriea. with hira w.j - j forelfby pUinly written eonstitolione, the examination hum no , " Shaken In Sin fnnj.:... i . - . --.-irirt nBu war ubuwiuBcu hi lanaucai- aiacniuinn .u - rights and capacities of eome a&Tir im...j as hfteJa.f ojTapesaJation from the jungles of ""'"I su"on now is, wnetner with these saTages, now confessedly free and crt.iniw ITlr, -?r!Sa. ohern masters, this harmoniooBl . Btabfe, fntnTjffft!uTSaoTn White race ffiainialncd and alt; races perpetuated. v- I find the republicans m'eelinz this great ques tion by proposing to "miintaia and perpetuate" measures wnich araj'outside prtne constitolion," which'.aTOwedly '-seek to disfranchise and degrade white people for no reason but that. of a Tindictire hatred of section against section, and which pretend, in the most unnatural way, to elerate the negro by leading him, ignorant and credulous, promisingly, to equality, but really to ruin, as the butcher tempts with hia bundle of hay deluded sheep to the slaughter pen. I find the deneerats meeting this moat palpable insanity1 et tire republicans by exhausting all their poweraupon a cent per cent fdgrnment about bonds, jrold and greenbacks. ind the capitalists, more insane than the political leaders, taking sides with the republicans in this issue, and are lavishly spending their means to maintain and rerretuate measures which sub- 1 Yert the goYerarhpnt and destroy the industrial energies pr the country in order to make the goTernment stable and its resources ample to pay1 their bonds. Ministers of religion are executing their noble commissions as peacemakers by abandoning ;tfc gotpel and urging their hearers to join in the work of maintaining a policy whose only fruits in the past hare been and whose only fruits in the future can be riots, hate and bloodshed. Amid all this babel of discord, of ; political and moral confusion of the northern people; t find but fewwho seem to remember that there is a written constitution, and that those who are chosen to administer it must be sworn ta support, protect and defend it." It is most significant that in the whole Chicago platform, and the letters of acceptance from the nominees thereon, this constitution is not mentioned or even alluded to. Its builders remembered there was a negro, but forgo there was a constitution. ' I hare heard and read long speeches from notorious (called distinguished) political leaders, who, I do believe, have never so much arad theconeMtulioD, and most certainly 1iave not read its hisrory nor understood its meaptigi . ? 'f Ai .Ss Statesmen have abandoned the constitution ; clergymen have abandoned the Bible, and the people are losing both freedom and religion. Nothing in the north not even its great cities and wonderful material developments stands ont so prominently ,tQ, siew as this startling trUlh.' ' " '" j : If the union can be cordially restored and the resources of the country thereby be developed this government will be able to pay the existing debt, even if three times as great as reportj ed. In this contingency there need be no de-bafe as (o whether, the .debt shall be paid it. Currency or gold, for then (he 'credit of the government will be restored and the currency will be equal to gold. If the union cannot be cordially restored and the resources of the country thereby be permitted to be developed, the existing debt will not be paid nay, iot even ten cents on the dollar; fo fa 'that' event tte resources ef the country will be consumed in , a process of subverting th government, and some other government which did not contract the debt will take its place either in the form of red republican anarchy er a military dictatorship. -,-tUwV, can ih UDieab;eordilJy restored ? gx rei'urningtt the ddristittftiShi "How will tho government be subverted T By the American people deciding to "maintain and perpetuate"-a policy outside of the constitution.. Inside of the constitution, a union, freedom, increased prosperity, restored credit and bonds payable, putside of the ! constitution, union, .freedom, prosperity 'iwid credit wni peTrsh' together. . , x&e reconstruction poncy or congress nas cost hundreds of millions already. It has lessened the productions of the south one hundred million each year of its existence. It has de preciated the value of southern property la one fourth its value in lbo. it will coat the iede-ral governine' hundreds of millions more to "maintain ana perpetuate" tnts "assured success," this wholesale destruction. It will lee-sen tho productions of the south more than one hundred millions per annum, and,; wickedly enticing the poor negroes from the fields of plenty into loyal leagues of hate and into armed companies of death, will for , years desolate CS-J0U--glatAiai,ha .nninn. rromote pros perity, restore goo4 wiU,-tuanite philanthropy," modify" southern' temper, " restrain "rebel outrager'l and pay the bonds by 'maintaining and jerpetuaUns '..Bucfi a. policy t liut i am ioldlfiat the yltoricus ncrfa is Tdy to fight agaiiy and.milliohs ef "boys" iatlue" will march under their " great leader, General (then President! GfaftVaBlaorj&eyvnquered rebels Yon'willr Bav.a i But etop, courageous fool 5 . i Lart ' a ' '1 ' j i - - i snsvai TTi o s rvsBr win a n n.1. rcuu n m x n m-: sinifiii "T".'"': ' 1 7 - : ' JT equipped, .and afterr?si -ioBg,..hard. strug gle, to oenquer one poony equippea, ana tnen boast about it and call that one sTodward, and sormagnanuaout to crush .1 at one' and force sklca th norlhirn," slates .repudiate; for them- J atop, th", miaerable -policy ' of reconstruction wmcn .ia.iui ii uxi. iuo soma . wsais pnes. She is im p everiehea, and -needs - it: i -Sbe was pfemMed Uj oSr tertti of' eonAlity if she would rrsBdef an 'tsatilted to. ia She fess kept whils le keeoS that bond. Will ther loin her j ajul wjn,tteir ihXef Jeal the pelitieians in this ' . - ' : It t"U A KAMA A kf BAnlk m.A tl. resLTtt avn wcww n,u uu.u bui tu ' . ' . . ' i , . 1 v (-a. . t hAnor or tna norio i iwi siar iucse carrei- tncf'r''fan VfO "'" thft lahnrars, farmers, machinists aad sajvitaUata -ef the north toy tak-ina-'awar this miserable 'reconstruction policy which sends.;iwthe.firsfend keeps away the last " We have '.peaceful, fcrOle, hep homes (Jr. $$j)90$0Q, o.nrtKera fepple whe will ecme tATiieTnii9 buili'DrtOcuntrr whose sky is the briahtesf and whoiff lutU' are the sweetest carpet-bagger who comes to take control of .the negro; ajnd ureeinate saa eoriua a ge.BiucB. y "sAmopir yenr Auadreds of. thpusaads of read ers are bankers, brokers, millionaires, mer- fhantfj alaluLaijqpustarxfs and learned gen He-men. Can you induce them to consider and saWetho followtag prcb-ktati the -following prpWfiraaf- m Af?intnllir can f ha linTftn " How effeotuaUy can the union under the CB slitnt'rpn twrt Stored; by measures outside f lh constitution f , , .r.i :r - JIow long will U take to jsay the public debt by expending'hundrecs of millions to destroy M the industry of the counlry,, nn.4 ia tifcinUialng by the, bayonet a boUct ontaida of tha aaaatitn. Uon, whidh the bayoaeU, -Begrees and false courtg alone established I s'-If - - How long will it take to improve the temper of the southern people by continuing that poli- oj wmo aioao ass aiBturbed that temper since the surrender, and which every day keeps their property ana ueir families la danger of pillage, rape and burning t HOf what value is it te the north to force upon the south governmenU which will enable deluded negroes te select for South Carolina and Georgia governors and representatives from Vermont and Massachusetts? - Ton say General Grant will te elected. . Pos sibly so. I cannot fix a limit te fanatic infaluaj tion. It he shall be elected and shall adtnims ter the constitution according to his oath, he win nave no more cordial supporters man tne southern people. If he shall administer the Chicago platform, as he stands pledged contrary to his oath, he may find submissive snbjeets.trat no honest supporters at the south, and. no free constituency in America, The south asks fpr nothing but what .the north promised equality under the same constitution. - Georgia nska.no power a make a constitution for her - internal affairs, or te change that constitution, which is not conceded to and exercised by Illinois. Will a president chosen from Illinois eoncede that claim according to the constitution, or will he deny it according to the Chicago platform I - I 'r i With a rledee to eerry ont the platform.with- in the platform or theVfedge, will tbepeopf ee? America risk the rights and the freedom of every man merely to eonfer an empty honor on one man, however great t , . D. H. HILL. Miscellaneous. ILSOIV'I&IETTEn, Lafferty Block, Markham street. We arefjuat in receipt of a full sopply of freeh goods,cnisting Ir.rt of Cheese choice factory, Crackers, Soda, Better, Fngar.cured hams extra, sua ab; CUBED BREAKFAST bacon. Shoulders, i . Lard. j t : Clear s es, r j I Salt, In sacks and barrets J Soap, starch and candles. . . '- - I , , j New Mackerel, ; - Kiq coffee, Lagoyra coffee,! Table salt, in. boxes and sacks, Lea A Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce, - r - - " I Irish potatoes, etc. !. JWILSON & ETTEBU ' AKEEY AND GROCERY, No, 40 Mam Sieiit, - LITTLE ROCK...... ., ..ARKANSAS The undersigned betrs leate to inform the cit izens of Little Bock, and the pablie in general, that he has started a first-class bakery at the above place, where can be found the best of bread, cakes, pies, etc . ' . . Fancy ! and plain, 'cakes' of all i kinds furnished for weddings, pie-ttics and other parlies on short notice. 9 -, In connection with ibe4kbove WH ae found3 everything usually kept In a poh, I grocery store. ' Everything as represented.- " Prices low. , gy Goods delivered in any part of the eity , free of charge. 1 .;'::J - ' -t augl Bdtf f Ji.' JuUKi im js tw ' - rjpHE BEST KID GLOVES IN THE WORLD LIPORTE'S PARIS -cKIU GLOVES. Ladles will find these beautiful and elastic Kid - LAFPEBTY BaLEIGBTSv ; Gloves at sep30dtf r .f m -.vt i rukX m-lfst i : ' ' PROBST, & CO. are sellintr their large and complete stock of wines and liquors at northern prices, consisting of - , ," ; t'.." j ' Bourbon, Bye, Mononganela, and. uowars fc-y celebrated &oe whUkies. , " Atsd. complete stock of cognacs, port, gins, sherry, '.-) v .. - -. -.-:t ,v.-. , - . AgenU for GBogen Sontceiepraiea spark ling catasba. ,-.: ?.--,-. t ' . Dealers will find it to their advantage to can andses-iis. 1 ' PBOBST & GO- i Corner First and Markham et., Loul George building. , . . -' ocQ Bindery ana ISook factory. HAYB IN OPERATION ths ml t&uUnj Paging and JBook-Cutttng Machine iu this. - - - v. - -. - - I - ' My Bindery and J5o Manufactory at eamfitt in aU its appointments, and U under the t management of Mr. A. J; - HENDERSON, well known her,' for the last ten "years, as one ol tha best workmen In the West or Koutn. . I will do work as lheap as in aoy other eity, nil it shall be as well done.' . The public are invited to call and examine Machinery, Materials an i Work, at the corner ol Markham and SeoU streets, nearly opposite Anthony Hoose, I JNO. E. REABDON. . " JSooS Sell and iimuont. 1 N ORDER TO "AVOID ALL AtlSUOEUr STAXDINO; WE OWE NOTICE TEAI W? j v . :! JONES,' McDOWELL A COU . Kvpt- failinz enrplj of white lead. lino, V paiateCoHs and painter's . articles, at the Zireat PainUOiT and Glass Depot of v. I, I , octlo t i ? CEO.' A. IHQi rIMv Groceries. ones i ;hoticzj :.lv jAiir , -.., :-. the rjLACB ' . ryKpTquB erBPLua 8 T A. T E IJ O K O S. From 'this date we will sell "the following goods only at regular prices for statejbbnds -J Cigars, in great variety, Chewing andsmoktng tobaceol this., bales. an! papers; Champagne, German and native w nea, hamper and ease; j .-1 w Whiskey, brandy and gintbbl. and ease) Morning Call and JLegal Tender Bitters, ease Assorted syrups, cases; T.ii.t -at. -i- Saaoesv' plciieBand"frufts, 'can and4 bottled; r-'. . :;a.;J r :ii'.:tr;pi o- i .-?ri ;-s C . saleratui1..mustard, eream, tartar, case?- ls1 i " .- xs HopehlU yeast powders, ground . spleeBj1 'cerffee ' mawena, 5lJi '.Of .liii Vermicelli, heat, tubs, wash, .boards, sieves; .11 'l.-a J Ivt yO- .C-4tg'l'M5 till ,i- Hor s a and shoe h ruahf s p i i o la- 21 WlgrMrns; i so effcfts Boiling and "Clothes pins, J .,'rstifft Fauee(,ls: ' , . . . , , Cfovered grocery and" snaar, butfces ; I -1 TM5'i it - itS'Sj-.J- t Baling rdp, cloth nneB,canaie wkWrneia tin i.vrtlT .."-r' nTr''Cf1i(raakets: .... UKKI D, - : 7 . X-' Flayls eiras.tttri; DaifpStre?"!1 j -et Ui" CbAlk, bine vitriol, j li Jti'.i sulphur, a ) ass ,2 ..O -.TS3'iA.B " ' JliJcl-i ,! XiHOTEL. CANDLES and O V. CATiUi- 1 Ivl fi5; ii.ial nil c.-.N Irs u lVA. enatecXc? m 5? JW1, qthing d s.J : tfEl frl tiJsi ilJS'T!To ' 4BJiaoa : i tt.1 lsLr'J oi sa:l i as sr f V Dry.Go6ds--Clothing. F R E S H -i- G Or O D S rZJ? CHEAPEST CASH STORE. The oldjlnnrof P EIKD & D OOL IE Y, At tlteirffncw brick store bonsc, DltterBloca, 1M Markham street. LITTLK ROCK,. . ARKANSAS. Are now receiving a large and well select-d stock of new goods, fresh from ths eastern markets. All the latest styles and fashions of Ladies' and gentlemens' plain and fancy drees goods, ataple and fancy dry goods, cloth-. ing, hats, cape, boots and shoes for alL 1 notions ia great variety, carpets of all grades and pattrns,aaddles bridles and, leather goods, spun thread, cotton cards, willow, wooden and hollow ware, hardware, cutlery and queensware, of all kinds, groceries and ' plantation aupplies.all the subs tan-tiala and luxuries of the market, with . many other desirable articles, which thev are Bellini? at unusually low prices for GASH. The ladies, and country merchants, are especially invited to call, examine and price, that they may be convinced. " jy24 FEILD fc DOLLEY G REAT CLEARING OUT SALE The rhe-iesl Store Under the Snn !" JOSh PIT MEYER, le determined to sell but the balance of his well assorted atoek of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,,." . POSITIVELY AT COST, preparatory to going caet'ifbr an entire new stock of fall andwinter goods. THIS IS NO HUMBUG t " GOODS POSITIVE LY AT COST1 ggrEverjbody call and see for themselvesiig JOSEPH MEYER, No. 6 Badgett Bloek. LitHctf Rock;; Clothing, ptore. LATEST NEWS FROM -THE FRONT i. ., Great. Casb. Sale of -Government 7 w" ' "dotting., , ' ' l , ' Sack eoats, t ---"- "it'-l-; M.: rk; ' - .".: '. H Black uniform,!, ; .; Officers' dark bias coats, , " UJ"' " . .Cavabyiaokslavi- Cavalry overcoats, , w ; - Infantry overooats, ' .0 Caralry pants, .-. iy-f- .lafantry-panM, Gray, k-nit sacks and army caps, i liuDDer poncnoes ana Mannets, . -.-t. r.-t.: i .. - .1-.. ... .. .. ! .-. ... .... Orders from -aU pwla of the country will re. : ft, 9 1,000 musket,1' " 'r-1 "'- -ALTf m i'DTO ASH itATS IM J SFASOJI ic--(i 0.0 O JX S.ri F O B, ,;G E,N B l-. i W B A fc BeWing;! dairy V sdl t toteet.styies iti-the irmarkeW-eossisOag 1 drees suits, burl- 'v v ir.n, newt suils,' -dark Wu Jttannel4' 5' --iH -',i lt8 oroat:, j 'Gentlemens fnrnishiog goo4a,, htt, caps, ' . JS ft i ElUtS afsl. a r ' -1 ; 1 " - AIM AS mm , T Ml'li ..--.-. a. ...! ..ti,ln,fl. 1 . . SoU Ltvthcr Trunin Ztihr aieJnUt, l6au CUSTOM-MADE SHIRTS, of U rii,' always - - - C - t . -.-- - --- ! .i.li t'J :-v BILK HATS MADE TO OB DEB,' " T'TStlienV a"hd' military suHs' made -lo.ordef oa short -notice anda fit guaranteed it aoj sate,. , . Markham sirecVf tsosi doer Xrom M aJn,Llt- , He Bock, Arkf ir -t ciJ!T. :f TtTtfAGOSS !"WAGONSn ' WAfJONSUH 4,,Vv fc iiaiij vvp.2v?jt 4J iivti . . have en band and ars oBerinc very tow. wann of any patterns, Irora 9 light two feor,i t' the. largest army size. 1. - -btvrr,LAsfl)a i uv fTW0 show cases for sale at DODGE CQ. Medicines. "5 i J. KCALMONT.' McALMONT ,r . .. ' o? -': . ' . ... R, STILL WELL. & STTLLWELL, WHOLBSALS ABO BBTAII, DBALBBS IB n n va s Dfe Staffs, Paint, Oili, Tarnlxutt, Brmhej, Tatent fedielnei, Colognei, rerfnraerics, Soaps, Fancy and Toilet Articles, SURGICAL ISSTRDSHSIS, WISDOWL AND ?arately and promptly prepared at all hours, aav U1U U1UI Store, No. 184 northeatt cor. Main and Markham Old etmtd ofJi J. Me Almont. LITTLE BOCK, ARKANSAS. Jyl8-dly. B. t. DOTXJS. o. . Lixoour. DODGE C., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS. - No. 173 Markham Street,1 AVE a well selected stock of Druirs. Fancy Goods, and Toilet articles of sverv description. Also Paints, Oils and Window 8 Glass for sale at lowest market rates. ' They I v . . . . " also a run stocx or an the popalar pot ont raeuioiues oi tne aay ror sale at old prices. Gonmry merchants win bo furnished with all articles in our Iioeat Memphis prices. janQ Convalescents, Or persons recovering from fevers or any of ths ma- luruia or airease, will nnd lioback s Htomach Bitters invaluable as a tonic sad stimulant for re moving ail me prostrating eflocti which follow disease; it soppHes the great want so long felt for a safe and ivukois sonic auu appetiser. " GtO. A.HUGHE8, Agent, : 19 " Druggist, UtUe Bock. Melancholy la one of the iay disorders of the tiefvons ystem, uibb iuw m in conautuuonai no jrn or Reveie prostiafion after long cautioned sitkuew. aiMl require fnrfpn-atinfr remedies like Jioback's etoiuaw uiuemto restoretuenerv.es to ihcir nataral vitality. " ' ' - ' GEO-' a: i Cfurira . A(i'-rit ' M . . . . ; utile jnck. Doiit Grow OM. There ia no uwthy Iih H'iiaiore old oj c : me Boback'sbtonbci lt !t i, it ttY vitality r d e'aati-(Hty by Invigoratiun yej-titu ol h iKidy. Gi O. a. tit'GUt, JLKrrA. ln l ruggjt, Litile Kk Household Remedies- There are no n-mediessi) weU anrl rnr ih!. ln as Household remedies4' as' Or. H.back Ri.k..! Purifiar.f Btomacb Bitters ami Rln, imi family should be without them. . . , . , ..... wo. A. HrUGJIKS, Acut, fan9 ' ; ; ! : 'Diuggit, Ltttle Puvk. In, the time of peace. Hrctare forwari.- iht. ni.i adage, and there Is no entnce In the golTKh lan- Mtack Wud f Then; be ye svct prepaet d, huwe tlis uodscs a mwu t i.ui, -OHimacn-: iJitters and IJJocd Parifier at hand end combat disease sDCcotwfully. . , Agent,Xragjist, Little Ko.ck, . ' . Diseases of.the Skin. of the Skin, all readily succrrmb to the wendwfat tn-fluenoe of Dr.; iiolKck'a,. Blood. Purifier, btemaeh Bitters and Blood Pil.'a, J' V GW). A.''h ij6nEs', Agent'. ..-t-., Eleven Tfeari- ": ' ; Of expertoncs with a constantly Inc reading: di'iiiand for Roback's Medicines ia snfficieat acknowledgment of their intrinsic merit, and places them the verv'Hret to rank for; enrina; th e - diMsasee tot which, they are recommeBuoc. r bokt toy att -jEiuggisth, 3 . j jr. ': ' hit l'nhin -'l ' - i'M -V' postiventts, .' remedy as Boback'a Bipod Pilta has savsd: mnch sick- nesB.'disease and death, and many peraous ardaytfare Indebted to these pills atone for their ratf existence, mm tarn, 'anrtiAcales la w miaai.Mlinr iH ,UM '' - ,i hoi ; . tifcLK A.-HUUREU. Aawutl )at9 ' . " A Druggie, I jtHj! Jjck, A nd Aropsjcal ewejlInfftre.awJe2.if timely use of Xtoback'a Blood I'jsrifisr wfcfe taken la aVanlnrtp.t.inn with Hoback's Blood nui to ; GHXK Ai'HcGHra, fstit, lwaciX .f.' "- fc5tvMhiJtol r Alfi ,lf jcia.C bilious haSitsj aftcf eatlrtj or drinking x heoly. w I Q.id great relief ia tunM of rtoh&ck s i'tV, they ai l 'dictation1 by -sli;uitlUiH(' the too kttitnMitu th)u avo'.rUujt ths paiu,'4i s mp eruvtar tie u... Ac, wiiioii f-tll-'W fr i eating jbjo neAit! v. .t a-1 am zsi tic; jttM 9 le -Erytlpclat iit 1 pneu..aHH? nuttbid otditioa rf the entire ryx- tiim. and n UriUir remedies can pe.j Miua.uijn vt, KoUnk a Uiofd llninpr ana liloon t'lls . t-.-sruJ 1i.:;W;:VM Agtiil.5 " ian! - T. - Vmsii, UnielJoek. t "'f-i .won. !.w j H'i..A j,. .jijs mi" CrtJ ci us At Jilti l ii' i'J. imVti. Ate "pills 'o.it l,ave a direct ayd poMful nciios on the "iitvt? aiul-'ifclltTre ay;.l3acti!v'r' t-MisMted htatenf that..jlt jmportant orpan upoa wi( h V.t-p. e3--wh..'0 ' prooeaS of dliteMtivn. The inlMslaOS. tbe.ot!Wicrtn; a v41 r tkAT.fcliiUf hnve rach direct uuu wuh'iul tiie ki ef&ciaf. aiWHrj. ia fiiiviili.. Xn every out; sn h P1 S are .ln.f.a..-. fi B nod Pills, they ar wrt.'d arely teiiMiMi, and e- in .with eertanav be railed "jn. and pr at all lini..-1 ", ill i ifQ? A- llUlJllhAsenti V -4ank . :.ua : - Orcj;;', Lito atk it. V.-1- iri' '4"1 Drugs Cards.1 usincss O. 0. SOOTT. 1AM, I.AWSOM, TAT. BUT. 4. nuAL SCOTT, LA WSO. & CO., roBWABDiini axnl msxia COMMISSION MEliCFIANTS COTTON FACTOR.i AND bSBl Oor. lat and Watar Bta., o)ro- ailSliwlLaadule. LITUjK KJH.'s. t'ullouj I'rtnl. ,a. J ted, and at) orders pnmppj tfliid, IJaeu: Iron XioatLupvlioa lt,n,ui. .i fowesit hiiukct lau . I- Jberal advaucrmefiU utnd Jan I do tf. - T 'I 1 i. j I i .i . , l Is on Cm. i CO. ltCICLlIR, BOOT AD SH08 WASER, .And Dealer in LEATHER, FINDINOg, Ac.," Miia direr. opprwitu smvIi! r irtoatre, iAtu tcx-lt. Ark. "1 EO. a. nuonEs v ".-1 - , DBUOQIST, Uis Stebst, OrroiiTr. ; T11 c a t r i I.rtlle Karl. I.k KhUUUiid agency for all poptil pikM nt pr. p(U,u, Creat Palat, Oil and Glau Dipot if the City . JU d.r. J- W. BEIDELMAN & CO..Z " WHOLESALE AND RETAI DRUGGISTS . 1 .v-o. 3 Waia Street. 11 ITTLE! ROCK, Altk. SLACK : IaAOK & JKIRK. 1 Having purchased the At me corner of Main and MarklU ,trMu,. .Hi-wci ton's, offer .to; thsj psbllrr ciOA.r sMoKUiaAKo cnsiRd touaccc 7rr?pt S"n ''br,H'nd. JOS, j. SCIIADKII, .'" ' Dealer In DRY GOObS. fiRfirrpDiTx:, ,U ANs , PLANTATION SDTPliPM Maikhara street, near SUm V il. LITTLE . ROCK.. " . T"'.r"."?'. " I.. 1 :! ''El - -xui ; i. r. Ukitu a 19. , .iJ-t. execute ever varfl tv -r!i;j.j ' uiaT i'V"" a With the hbiarwsvf Wte! branchs Vt Ihejewelri .t.jl 1 JVP of Kouwi fotueiTK i. is : s will receive oct ..1, -.Ji, t .3 ..1 I.J TO V LITTLE,, ROCK, ARK:,, iTA.YI.dR-, WESX isi CO.. Hsx-ntVfni ' ' ?rt 't ' . ,v,T w.faini,ui( lowVMd U.e aWes'ttfaHrilW ,h' attentU of tbe pl.ltaaBSilTa 7: is nv,ed to thjs'ft.aturi or oornV'' ' 3 February. 1 2 wyica.4. VO MISSION MEKOII ANTS, "Wk,Wfe ariil ffeiirffieafcnlfri TiewUrn T-X " ' "Wot 1 purchasing 1 - rv-ve ass, '""- '' " ' ' 1 ' n 'j 1 sr. was ,wboljsii. pipers munom: J 1 r, JL 1, 11 ' If F: A T. PB3 - - mmm mm M-a AJ Ate eV f W W W ; OfpT. LOUW. derf-f kf f t fcJmoH, ever, pjire-ras new and book nafwr ; tri sceiit MiIIh wran-ulnit ipws tKiidesA tigtebftdy sblaekiod colored r.!-! l.W(V vil b.1j-- Webfry and Hlforh-rwr.prloe-wiU U found a low as theluwtart. -vr. 7n ,jr w """" ';jiol?."- v-tl Vl.-!iiJM sa' lM tr?i lhZ v1 nwrk' PfWwrts and other liEHIIirGTOWS a j: -it a? Soirf bjsth tradt tjMcrnUy. t. hltral,u'itt,unt to j , r JjDOO T-utiJl Ut U, .Si 0ovrifaem ' Army, Nsvy, Belt. Police 4i', r-Poysen-Revolvfli s j Repeating ar.J et pockt l'i.U1s inA 'Lille (?amn using MeUtilS tttstiidjcrs : M;vcri-l-.:t.;--rff and Re- nri-i.vl.Jiiiiwrn Uion. 1 A BTlCLES .FOa THE -TOILtT: New -ad-I ditions tooar 8oct of loUut articles con-etamlyarxirin'Z ' f 4l UUi'GE & CO. . fV, 11 U eelc'ttrftiei J..' E. Ci ucf "c -i i ou gins, as ii .1 sorts Xuitt, lot ; -n f.t-as-h by . jvGO JSC01T, LAVViiON & CO. 4 T . . . . ...amion. ... 1, .., ,, ii'H TAXfcoB.T7Sl. D.-ar...: ilhs T. ,tf-Btfs, AasLaaifcssI and Aew Orleans to & il'li". M'phki DRY GOODS; OROCErtlKS. U'rLANTA. TroNSUh.LIFENESiWyr Vv -'. Anna . U.I J. .''.' t ' . -.! ;waiseaotsrorWhitt(rPtt)i4U m ... ,. m wilting rat'irH. bath ruled and w.uSVi; Oat neN . for the UafctlATlM3MraTi rT? tmted hties hnveliii ManufAS?r .Kt? u ni ... . . ..no 1 - 7.." ; i I'l i. uti ;,..u.i,..;;...:a,f.w 6-il1 fliS ( ' f mm"m ' '. ' :&rft fry-' --4r7r7ai a-it'j . 1 - ' . - , .... 4 A A i I 1 f -1 :;;'.' i '.A : -o:; ;'1'V " ""' - . : ' i . f I Hx: ' ' " - t- P- -: fc-;' !- ' I i SI" ; t! i "j V" "! t- ' ir, it y'. i 1 1; -- 1 . '' . -I . 1. i ' 1 v t -1 AHA 1VH

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