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PUBLISHED EVERY FEIDAY Entered ;it the Pest Office at Spring, dale. Ark., as second-class mail ma ter The Bureau of Immigration rei|i i‘s| "very Subscriber In the Slate,; ml any other Arkansian receiving this in ner, write itimmi it tlic Same anil Post office Address of tlic eudcr, and Mail It to lime Person Outside tlic State. Democratic Xalional Ticket. Election Tuesday, Nov. G, lvS!S. For President, Grover Cleveland, For Vico President, Ai!cn C. Thurman, of Ohio. KOI: oono i:i>s To i he voters of the Ath < '<mgession vl llist i ict ot Arkansas: Thanking 'on most sim-erely for j’Ust support. 1 announce myself a can didate for tiie re-election to the olst Congress, stihjt et to the action of tie 1 leiiiocnitu ('ongn ssional Conventimi. sho'ild one be held At this time I only desire to say that I have served von-lie best 1 could tnd if re-elected will so continue, lb >lny to receive your furthti support and merit vent*confidence. I am ver> res pectfully, your friend and obedient sol vent, S. W. I’KKt.. T'ik. St. Louis exposition opened Wednesday night. ________ — Tire Ft. Smith Weekly Journal, the brag Republican paper of Ar kansas, gavo its readers tl is week 11 columns of plate matter. Patrick Ford edits the Irish World, a rank Republican paper, and he and his son together edit the Freemans Journal, a Democrat ic paper. Such is life. And when a gentleman stands upon this floor and tells me that this high this extraordinarily high tariff is for the protection ot the j laboring men, 1 tell him that I do ! not understand how lie can possibly substantiate such a thought .— Gen. John A. Logan, April 18. 1870. NOT CAPTURED YET The Republican party disguised ; itself as “a Fnion Labor party" with a crippled Confederate candi date in tno attempt to rapture Ar kansas, but Arkansas is not captur- ! ed yet. When crippled Confeder-i ates mean Powell Clayton Republi- ! canistu, Arkansas takes no stock in j crippled Confederates.- Republic, j Arkansas Democrats should lira: ' in in iix! i11at every dollar, every tlime. ; every nickel they pay into the (ilohi i)i niocra'tleasnry. poes to the support I of the bloody shirt Literan Bureau. ] whose sole occupation is to defame Ar- ! kan>:>s and slander Southern Dctuo- | eratr,—Republic. The above is true, every word of it, end why the Democrats of the State, knowing it as it is they do should patron1 ze the (Jlobe-Dein > crat is a mystery to difficult for us to probe. The SpiuNr.i'Ai.E. (Ark.) News was in demand yesterdav morning, i he editor i>f that paper, Mr. John I’. Slufiord i vorod us with a dozen >.r fifteen copies, hut about fifteen minutes after their arrival, they were nil gone. except one copy that we desired to keep. It was tin complete record of the John \Y. .Martin letter transaction, as pub lished in the St. John News, that made every one anxious to get a paper. The Simusuhai.i-: News cleared up the whole business ad mirably and we think there is no one led in this community, at least there should not be, who will give the famous John Martin letter any further credence. That campaign document works, but it works the other way.-St. John ( Kan.) Conn *y Capita!. I’he Democrats in Use House of I Kept esentati ves at Washington arc arc taking hold of i he cotton Bagging trusts in earnest. A special frt.ru Washington to the St. Bonis ll(‘|iubli‘‘ arming other things says: • The tirst person to attempt legislation aimed at the cotton hag gtng tru. tswas Mr. Breckinridge o Arkansas. During tire prepata*. ion of the tariff bill which passed the House. Mr. Breckinridge looked af ter articles of this kind careful I v. and lie lias mad-- tho subject one <>f great study. His object in drawing up sueii a bill was to place cotton bagging on the free list until after March 1 next, and in speaking of the measure with the Republic's Correspondent ho said that he thought the passage of such an net woul 1 have ttie effect of breaking up the arrangements made by the speculators who seem to have got ten possession of all the visible slip ply of this material, ami who, it is said, will ho aide to squeeze In tween ?2,0o0,000 and Sd.OltO.OuO out of the cotton planters in excess of the ordinary expenditures of the season. ANOTHER ICNOKAMl’S HEAKIHRO.M We received at this (• flit-e Mon day morning a copy of the Coin Courier, a small patent side sheet published at Coin, Page county, Iowa, and in glancing aimlessly over Us columns our attention was attracted by the following item: “We received two papers through the mails Monday evening, the Shenandoah “Fire-Brand and the Springdale, Ark., News—both i m migration sheets—om. doing its t est to draw men t heaven, while the other wants them 10 come to Arkansas. One is extremely relig ious while the other is red hot ! Democratic, and says tin rebels have buried the shot gun and are now willingto make friends with the educated people ot the North it they will only come to that lost paradise and make it blossom like Iowa and other northern States. Bui right on the same page that in vites northern people lo go there i a biographical sketch ot their Con gr. SMi.an, Sam. W. Peel, cx rebel, who is waited to the skies ns tin best possible candidate on the Democratic ticket. You'll have to moderate down there, or else we’ll all stay in Iowa and go with the “Fire-Brand excursion. The above is very amusing, and it eharly shows that the editor ol tlie Courier is a beastly ignorant chop. He insinuates that the popn Inlion of Ai kansas is a soothing inass of ignorance. If Arkansas people are so ignorant w hy was Congress , man Peel elected as Chairman of! Indian affairs? There are distiii guished statesmen front all over tin Cnion in the Lower House of Con gross, and among them tin men from this editor's own state, why were they not appointed to till that exalted position? Simply be cause Samuel W. Ped was recog : nized as the most able man in the j assemblage. And again, why did; C rover Clovelainl come I own to this "den of rebels’’ to get ins At torin-y tlenera! for, if the people ot this section are so destitute of knowledge? lie did it beeauso he recognized in Augustus H. Car laid a man of superior intellect. I and a man wiio would grace the o‘ tice to which ho was appoint - 1, Brother editor, you will have t . slay where you are. That cliiuat. seems more ml anted to slieh men % on. \\Y don't want you hero. and it i' nil undisputahle fact tTint you | will never accompany the "Fin ! Brand” excursion. V Kepiihlieau “Smasli-l ji.” Wo stated in our last issue that ()t tis (i all v of this place would address the Republicans of Bentonville on j last Saturday, and from what we! glean from the Benton < 'ounty Jour- j iih! lie Ini) address them- to their own s >rrow. It seems that he got ; uj> and started out on a “hloo y sairt ’ speech. The Republicans let their young frit-n 1 grind away li r about an hour i making I'd :m> ratio votes ten to the minute) when they could stand it no longer and Mr. • Bliley was called down to time. The Journal says in regard to tin matter: Tins oimg man. we understand, now ! li\i s in Spriiiirii:ilt»and does not belong i to Indiana, but he wa ; educated in In- j diami lejuildiran imiitic.il thtn.der ami jU'rsrhcs it just as lien Harrison ha taught his followers, but when let off) in Arkansas it proves to In* a boomer ang that kirks hark as hard as t s . t s. • It luakts quite a dill tit-nee n lii't* o\ i t ; getting gored, fmliara re[iublicai! speeehes Would weld southern demo-; < rats t-getlu i with bonds id'steel. As Ion- a.' Ike) t* ieh the doctrine of liigli ■ tariff and southern buil-do/ing, it is the <Iut> of t Ue deino; raey t 'stand should* r to shoulder likt brothers. MBs Minnie Minton returned! Saturday evening from a several | weeks visit to r, lattvcs m Itenton vilb* eu:< i ion ••ham.ois. short I'c'i's In Rcirard In I hr State ami County Elections. Wo mash oil their tails. Washington county has 27 votm« precincts. Ragle’s majority in this coin ty will be about 11 -5. Carroll county, the home of Pow ell Clayton went Democratic. The Republicans were gloriously “did up,” and the Prohibitionists, Oh! where are they? The township officers elected here wore A. J. Hale and H. (J. Hart ley for Jus tices and F C. Jiittor for Constable. Messrs Kirin Mid Woods were elected Justices of Klin Springs township, and Mr. McKenuon Fit Constable. The race in tins county between Raker an I 'Walker is close, and a vet it is impossible to tell which has carried it, but indications are that Walker will get it. F moke county, the home ot .J. P. Kagle, is reported as b -ing solid tor Inin. Ilis own township, which heretofore ha 1 lot) Republican ma jority, gave Ragle 200 majority. The day was not entirely devoid of amusing incidents. A great imny voted for license and for F.n nalian for State Senate! Wo learn tii.at tins \v its uio case an over uie county. We learn that West Fork, the iiepiildii an stronghold of Wadiing loii county voted for license. The next thing in order is for Damon Clark to shoulder this onto the ‘‘ig norant Democrats.’’ The .Judges of the election here were .Ino. W. Phillijis, Sain Sevier and C. Petross. The Clerks w re C- W. Baker and K. S. Horton These .ii o all eonscientioi s men, and per formed iheir duty to the best ot their ability. The news front Bri ton county is that the entire Democratic ticket was elected and that K igle’s major ity is 1665. Benton county voted for license. We have not learned how the vote was for Pros cluing Attorney in this county. We are unable to give our read ers the statistical vote of the county owing to the fact that the returns come in so slowly that it was im possible to compile the tabu f r this issue, but wo will publish it ii. our m xt. It >s generally con cedi d, though, that the Democratic county ticket win elected In a larg er majority than at any previous election. During the count hero Tii-.d«\ the Judges came across two Prohi bit! 01 tick -ts folded together an 1 voted as one ticket. From this it would sci-mthat the prohibitionists are not entirely freo from “ballot box stuffing.” We don’t exactly k .ow ilm nan.t' of the gentleman, who voted the ticket but y little bird whispero.i in our car “M . (Hiphant.” The report from Madison e- nu‘y savs tliat the race for Prosecuting Attorney there U close between Baker and J- tins m. The Denu> era’.s dropped Walker ami emitted on Baker as Ike stronger oPtlie two. Madi-oii eouiltv being Johnson's home, it is very probable that lie will carry that county. Not#.— Since writing the above news was receive 1 that Johnson carried the county by a very small majority. \Y due-day im-ruing at d o’clock at Millbrook, a small railroad sta tion four miles south of Forest City in St. Francis county some un known parties in ambush tired up on thirty white men, wounding seven of them, and one of them probably fatally >o. It seems that information was telephoned tr Millbrook from Forest City that a party of armed men ha 1 passed through there, and it Was bare 1 that they intended to forcibly take the ballot-box of that precinct wliic 1 contained a heavy Democratic ma jority. This put the citizens on their guard ami a crowd of armed men wrre stationed rutside the building where the counting v.u.s goingon.au t while there thc\ w ere tired upon from ambush with re sults as above stated. No trace ha been di-eovered as to w ho the guilty parties were hut it is though: they w ere negroes. The depot platform has neon worked on considerably lately and it i- mu h more suhstanti.il thsii before is HLAIM * K f>!N» H\4 lliSONr[ . S«nu' Siruiiir I ouso’is fot rilinktllg That i- What. H«- i> Doing. [o i.sTivrMi i-tt'iM Filisr paue.1 nominat 'd, that the ono man hail i.*oa st!.' tu■ 1 who La 1 made his i\vn 1.11mii;11■ • ri inlpuss:*• 1 o by ii surin" his defeat in Indiana it hi hould nn ; llial if Ilarriaon hue ■ really been scheming to kill c> 11 Blaine and put forward himself in his place he would have done exact i h what ho had done. l)o you think Blaine is likelj’ t > lie very anxious lo see the man succeed who above all other men made his own success i mpossihle? Moreover, you must remembei that Blaine is a historian. lie knows how the popular verdict s finally mil to up Suppose that this respectable n.>nonlity out in In.li ana, with his prett;, littic speech - about schools and home, is elected by an overwhelming majority in I ■ -w. W 1 at does that mean.' \\ by. obviously, that that the Hepuhliean candidate in 1 s' i was beaten simp le and solely because hi: name was 1 dames B‘. Blaine. Suppose, on the other hand, that Harrison is over whelmingly beaten in lsss. Why, then, of courso, the claim can he s< t up that tin' Hi publican party was Certain to be defeated in bvl ant - way, and that Blaine's eatidaey was all thf.t saved it then from the <iis astrous reverse which came in IssS. I I when lie ili.J not run. Human na ture be ini; what it is, can any cnmlid person really suppose Blaine hon estly wants to have the still raw disgrace of his own defeat in I8s4 • rubbed in” with the salt of an easy victory for so commonplace a per son as 11arri-nn in 1 - If It seems to me that everything points irresistible to the conclusion that Blade came home resolved (■ ‘■knife” Ilarri-on. Certainly, if that was his deliberate purpose, he cadd not have if one about its cxe ' cntion more shrewdly and more ef ' >■ lively. The speech almtit trusts alone was enough to beat Harrison, it threatens to turnover more than one Repul Mean State to Cle\ elar.d. Blain • is not a tool. He read the plank about trusts in the Republican platform while he ; was in Kngland. lie saw that the party wms committed to the doc trine that they we»e had things, which ought t i In- suppressed. He thoughtev.r the matter in Knghin 1 as i -shown by his bringing home with him the clipping from a Lon don paper about the combination of Knglish un;l »takers, lie under stood the state of public sentiment in this toun<rv regarding trusts; the mere adopt mu of the plunk atioubthem in the Republican plat form showed it. it., knew that if lie, “the niatehless defender of Re publican principles,” a- Harrison himsclt had styled him, made Har rison a;ip ar as the representative of tiie i lea that trusts were “pri vate affairs,” whose very harmful ness was a matter of doubt, ho “did i the business'’ for the Republican candidate. Is tin re any other plausible explanation of.M r. Blaine's ■ course sin e he returned than the tiu-oi’y tiiul lie came homo express ly to • • Unifi-" Harrison? And isn't lio making a good jo 1» of it? 20 2s 2!* Oct. CONGRESSIONAL CANVAS. 11' ns. S. W. Peel and K. P. Wat son, Democratic candidates for Congress in tl.c 5th Congressional I hstriet of Arkansas, at the Xovem l r election, 1 sw8, will addie>s the people of the District at the follow ing times ami places, to-wit: Man.moth Sp’gs. Fl'nCo.. Sept. 25 Salem. Fulton ('o', Franklin, I/, ard “ Melbourne, “ “ Pinevillo ‘‘ u Oxford, “ “ Viola, Fulton Co., Mounta n Horne, Bax. Co., (ir.ssviflo, “ VelIville, Marion Lead Hill, Boono “ Valley Sp’gs, “ “ Marshall, Scarey “ St. Joe, “ West’ll G'vo, Now. Co., n’ht J as per, arlde City, j Harrison, Boono ; t’arrollon, Carroll *' Gr'n Forrest. *• “ i, Berry ville, “ Furek a Springs, IIuntsville Madison Co , night :ht 11 i ads vi He, ii i 14!, t Wesley, “ ‘‘ St. Paul. “ “ Maguire's Store. Wash. Co., Springdale, “ Fayetteville, “ Prairie Grove, “ }L oust 01 o, Cincinnati, *• Wist Fork, Sihum Springs. Bet.ih ( Miiysviilc, Rogers *• ; Garfield; “ ‘ Ber.ionviiie, “ 0 8 9 10 10 1 i l I 12 I i 1 1 15 Hi IT 18 ID ■jo ‘ 24 < •> - • 25 20 .Xo\. 1 o., Oct. 2 7 0 Nov. 8 All parties are invited to attend the speaking. LaJicsure e-pceia! !v invited VtAli Koi'ol i AT HOT M’KINOS. Seicr. 1 biles i.< St anti HnihUngfcSiiepi Away. t Hot Sraixos, August Si.— I he most thrilling calamity that cvci visited this citv was experienced ast night about 12 o’clock rain com menced tailing, arid for over an uuir it continued with gre't vigor. Sic h torrents were never before seen here. Tne immense volume of water from the n, nintian sides swept through the slieets with ter rifie force, and swelled the Hot Springs Creek and its branches to such a resistless tide that destruc tion t» life and property was una voidable. In the northern part of the city the most disastrous results were felt. A cottage on Magnolia street occupied by Washington Fletcher, colored, mid family, was swept awav with its inmates. Mattie Fletcher an 1 her two children were picked out oftlie drill half a mile from home, all dead. On Fountain street Mrs. Charlotte Harrison lost her life hy falling timbers. Several others are mUs ing, audit is almost certain that the list of fatalities will he increased, as it is (litfiult to penetrate the ••Iroams owing to the large drill. On Central avenns, the mainthor onghfare of the city, the damage to property is considerable. Side Wi'i’P lifAVtillv torn in imocoq and the basements of several large houses v/ere flooded, with daman ing consequences. The total losses will approximate ?1GO,000. The water spout was thought to be]only local, and no reports of damage- in tiie interior have yet arrived. The tinck of the Hot Springs railroad for some miles out was badly wrecked, but the damage has been sufficiently repaired to allow tl e reception of traffic. In this i-sue we publish a list of appointments made by lion. S. W. Peel an t (Job Watson, candidates for congress from this district. They will address the pe pleat this place Tue- lay October - . r, O Blood Elixir ia t!ie only v * ** lliood Remedy guaran teed. It is r positive cure for fleers, Erup tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifiesthe whole svstf m, and banishes ail Rheumatic tad Jieurrlgic pains. W e guarantee it. WHEN YOU WANT DRUGS, SCHOOL BOOKS, Stationary, Tobacco, Cigars, etc., Call and see us at the Post Office. Yours Respectfully, Y. 'WJCM’TOW. Lmio, Lmebsirger & Co Succours to 1’. Mt GANXOX. DcsiU ts in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, (Japs, Groceiies and. Oucensvvarc. Highest Price Paid for Country Produce. Wo solicit an inspection of our goo,Is before t un basing elsewhere.. Thanking tin public tor a liberal share of their patronage, we solieittho same in the future. okai.k.r in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots-, Shoes, Hats and aps. A. new line of prints, laws, ginghams, cheese cloth, etc., just ro ecivo'l. Country-pro,luce taken in exchange for goods. - K K H1 ’S Jhr [,/rfttsi and /Usl-hlssorle</i$lock ok snd Qnfrnnl Rnnk imp ana Softool Of Any House in Springdale. smu -tii r A! » rt b § & m c: 5 5 5 Vs. L, Eju & »•** £# L- £. HOUSE 01 ss$3fzrsr «&> ssoaws i still ;.v / •' . 'i/h'l'i t with a CompUtc Cl< ■ k < f Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes Hats, Caps, Gro ceries and Oucensv are. COME m AMD SEE US. r 1 -p *-ifu 11 %■ I 1 \v tu tin; citizens ii|' v;| riri^i 1 ' >• uii'l vi 1 1 v, »n li lit: (in:' t ■ 11n In Unit I I at c bought of 51 U STA liKWKA'I 11 1111, his STOCK or DIU’G, Ivrc., Hinl will continue the liiisiness in the name htnlditig, Soliciting lIn■ j>ut ! r«no"c of the jiul lie. I will git e eh sc atu-nti: 11 t■> business, acuniev in ! handling medicine and fair dealing with my fi ll: \v men. Give me a call. Yours, !£$. MikMT3TW. Males and Females. 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