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FORREST Cl.TY TIMES.j
' ’ ' E. L. VADAKInV I Loral Editor and Business Manager.' Enterred at the postofllce at Forrest | City aa second-elaas mail matter. TKKHMi One Tear.Jl.W. Six Months.. ,75c. n*M Months.flOc. SATURDAY. OCT. f». “ town and county.’ Trade with L. RoiVl WAGE A CO. Business flourish ini;. Weather warm again. Circuit Conrt Monday. Read our correapoadrnee. Read "Our Platform" on first rage. Mrs. Ellis Cole is very sick this wrok. Mrs. Trotter is «>»ite sick this] week. B. F McCrary is headquarters for fine Cigars. Jeans Pants at Brandon's from 75 cents up. Mr. Emmet Fogg was in town Wednesday*. Mr. Baily Coanotley was in town Monday. Mrs. H. H. Lowe left Thursday for Como, Miss. Stores! All kir.de and niscs at Becker A Lewis’. Saddles, Bmdlcs, Whips, ets., st Matcher’S, cheap. PITTSBURG COAL soM nt L. Rollwage A Co-.’a. Mr. M Isaaee, of Haynca, was ta the city Tuesday. 8portsmen’S Supplies, cheap, nt H. Evans A Co.’s. Mr. Bottoms, of Texas, was in town Wednesday. Tbad Gooch is down town nHer two weeks illness. The now sehoo) honse is looming up in the distance. Mr. fi. B. Lowry, of Helens, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. E. B. Kelley returns'! from the East Friday moriiiug. Mr. J. B. Sutler, of Little Rock, was in town Monday. Mr. E. Hotchkiss, of Haynes, was in town Monday. Mr. F. H. Nichols, of Haynes, was in town Monday. Her. R. A. Lee, of Marianna, was in town Tuesday. Buy your LIME and CI9MKNT at L. Rollwage ft Co.’*. We have a No 7 cooking stove tor sale cheap for cash. Por a Yoke of Good Work Steera call at J. L. Brandon’S. Mr. T. B. Hailman and wife were in the city Wednesday. Mr. J. J. Evans visited the St. Louis Fair this week. “Lyles ft Littell," is the style of a new law firm in town. Mr. S. I). Warfield, of Helena, was in the city Sonday. Curtain* and rtstore*at Hatch er'*, marked low down. Mr. P. J. Neeley, of Wheatley, was in the city Monday. Mr. A. S. I>inn»ond, was over f(om Wheatley Monday. Dr. J. A. Williams, of McDaniels was in the city Tuesday. Mise Minnie Cook, of Helena, was in-tho city Tuesdsy. Buy your SCHOOL BOOKS at L. ROLLWAGK ft CO’S. Kev. G. A. Grammer -ame ever Thursday from Memphis. The most persistent loafer is often eat in want of a loaf. Jersey Flannels, cheap, at Wynne, Deanis ft Beck’s. The nicest line of Gents’ Under wear at Becker ft Lewis’. Karl Davie if clerking for Oliver, Finnic ft Co., in Memphis. Blankets, Quilts, Comforts, very •heap, at Becker ft Lewis’. Ms. G. A. Crawford, of Madi son, wts in town Monday. Boys’ and' Children’s Suits, from t2 up, at Bcoker ft Lewis’. Mr. Featherston la kaving an addition built to-his house. Mr. Vital Lesca, of Colt, was in town Tuesday, on business. Mr. P. H. Evans-was iu St. Louis this week, attending the Fair. Miss Maggie Bund, of Goodwin, was in the city Wednesday. A Large Coal Stove for sale, aheap for cash, at this office. Squire J. J. Abels, of Colt, was th town Monday on business. Prof W. D. Highlender. of Yann dslo, was in the city Sunday. History of the last fndian. war: Ute. Brute. Shoot. Scoot. ■fas Maggie Bond, of Gooi win, was in the city Monday. Miss Joe Smalo is visiting her aister, in Brinkley, this week. Mr. Frank Davis, of Madison, was visiting in town Sunday. Mr. J. A. Stokes, of Helena, was a guest at the Avory Monday. Mrs. Whittle and child was reg istered at. the A.very Monday. Children’s and Youths’ Suits at i Brandon's marked way down. Furniture! Furniture!! until you aan'l reel, at fiocker ft Lewis’. It yon want a Nice Carpet,' •heap, oail on Becker 4 Lewi*. Dry Coeds in endless variety ut X. A. lluloher’s mammoth slor j. All kinds of legal blanks Air •ale at Ikia office, cheap tier cash. “A fellow liad better conquer tbe devil than to conquer man.’' School Books at introduction price* at Paaacll. Graham A Cu’s. The proprietor of a Niagara •otel has great faith in fall* profit* ; Men's good Winter Suits, for $5: and upwards, at Becker A Lewis’ j Mr*. W. E. Nash visited hor aia-1 ter, near Colt Station, this wash. i For lame back, side or cheat i»*e Shiloh’s Porous Plaster. 26 cents. I" Mr. L Biock, of Wyane, was registered at the Avery Tuesday. Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh’* Cure is the r. medy. C. F. Hinton. ABBE BUSTERS afSStfe Mr. W. M. Johnson, of Wvnne, was in the city Thursday. Capt. J. G. Stem, of Madison, was in the city on bnsincss, Mon day. Mr. T. J. Horner, of Wheatley, wn* registered at the Avery Mon-1 day. ('.ill at T. A. Hatcher's for roar, Notions. A large assortment on hand. Bo snre ned bay Tour Sholls, Amrauaitioa, etc., at Dye’s drug store. The best stork oi BOOTS and SHOES are kept at L. Roll wage A Co.’s. Mr. J. E. Ketehem waa taking in tho sights at St. Loais tbis week. Hand-made Boots nnd Shoes at I lowest prices at Wynne, Dennis A Beck’s. (Jo to B. F. McCrary'S for Full Cream Cheese; also Apples, Oranges and \ Bananas. The Ouaehita College has seven- i ty-fivo boarders and 180 pupils enrolled. Mr. Ohas. H. Sanders’ health Is improvi.Bg slowly, at Ravcnsdon Springs. Five hundred Boses of Tobacco, at whulesalo and retail, at BccUcr A Lewis’. Mr. anil Mrs. Tlios. L. Thomp son, of Wynne, were in the city Tuesday. Go to J. L. Brandon’s for Hard' ware and Tinware. Stoves a specialty. Mr. Johnny Cobby who has numerous friends Loro, was in town Saturday. Mayor Hinton was in attend ance at the St. Louis feslivrtios this week. These has been a cheap John selling a lot of stuff on the streets this week. Uncle Frank Prewett. spent part of Sunday and Monday in in Helena. Mrs. T. L. Biseoe, of Helena, is viaiting her parents in this city this week. Hats nnd Cape in stylos too nu morons to mention at J. L. Bran don’s, cheap. Mr. Wm. Manning, of Goodwin, was an interesting visitor Tues day moring. “Tho pen is mightier than the sword, providing its not in tho 6st ot a fool." Mr. M. W. Cobbs has a shooting gallery on the south side. Try a couple of shots. Mr. J. F. Stockard, of Goodwin, was In town Tuesday ami gave us a pleasant call. Mrs. Arnold’s house, which w»s destroyed by frro last week, was insured for $400. Five hundred pieces of Calioo, at tive cents and upwards, at Bockcr A Lewis’. A nice fit in nil kinds of Cloth ing guaranteed at T. A. Hatcher’s, choaper than ever. County Court was in session the first of the week, Judge W. H. Coffey, prosiding. L. Roll wag* k Co. are head quarters for STATIONERY and SCHOOL BOOKS. B. F. McCrary and family went to Mcinpis Wednesday morning and rolurned Thursday. Boots and Shoos—the best ever brought to Forrest City—cheep, at Becker k Lewis’. The Bautn Hand-made Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen, at Becker A Lewis’. I.n-cu-pi-a cured T J. Kwing, of Oattletsbuig. Ky., ofa tumble cold caused by the floods. T. A. Hatcher has recoivod a large stock of nice, fresh Grocer ies. Give him a call. Proscriptions accurately com pounded at H. Evans k Co.’s by a eompou-nt pharmacist. Trunks. Valises, Satchels, Etc.,' in endless variety, ia lootber atnl \ z.nc, at J. L. Brandon’s. All the Latest shades in Ladies’ Dress Goods ut Wynne, Dennis k [ Beck’s, prettier than ever. Mr. Charley Cash died ai Do Valls Bluff Tuesday morning, the victim of a coward’s malice. All professional people unite in giving Pe-ru-na the preference over any other tonic known. Mrs. FlorenceGunn, ofBrinkley, who was quite tick, in Memphis, rocently, has returned home. An Excursion, to Memphis last Sunday was taken advantage of by 1 several Forrest CUv citizens. * Mr. C. L. Eggleston, was at Derails Bluff the first of the week. He went over to see Mr. Cash. Miss Ada Brookfield, of Wynne, was in the city shopping, and visit ing numerous friends Tuesday. We would like the names of all ] citizens in St. Francis county who are eighty years old, or older. Mrs. Ann jfoshall arrived Tues day morning and will take charge of the City Hotel immediately. Speak a good word for Tui Times whenever you cun, and thus help us increase our circulation. Go to J. L. Brandon's for Boots and Shoes. All sizes and styles in stock At the lowest living prices. Saddlery, Harness, Bridles, etc., up-»iatrs, at Wynne, Den nis A Beck's at very low prices. Ilenry George is making an income of *b0,l*>0 a year. He has succeeded in abolishing poverty. Shiloh’s Cure will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. By C. P. Hinton. Miss Lida Chalmers, ot Byhelia, Miss., is visiting in the citv. the winsome guest of Mrs. J. E.’Stono, Croup, whooping cough, bron chitis immediately relieved by Stiiloh’a Cure. At C. F. Hinton’s. nVv'vc a that in fretfal. peevish, ZJcsvvvn ana, or troubled with Windy Oolie, Teething Paint, or Stomach Disorders, can be relieved M Mica hr using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no Opium or Morphine, hence is safe. Price 25 cent*. Bold by C. F. Hinton. A6UE BUSTERS SZJ2rJS2?&xz Mr. IVm. Manning has Peterkin cot ton which will make a hale to the acre, with no rain. We are informed that Whmtlev township* cotton will average one half halo lo the acre. Messrs. D. G. Cook A Co. are giving their patrons beat of satis faction on Drive Wells. Windmills, etc. Misses Georgia and Katie Howe, of Howes Station, visited the fam ily of Mr. B. F. McCrary this week. Mr, Henry Davis, was in the city Thursday. Henry lias just returned from a awo weeks visit to Linden friends. When in the city, Justices of the Peace are invited to call and examine our complete list of blanks. Work on the new church is progressing. It is expected to he readjT for occupancy within two months. That Hacking cough can bo so <jnickty cured by Shiloh's Cure. Wo guarantee it. Sold by C. P. llinton. Miss Nellie Kent, of Wellington, O., suffered long with Bronchitis, Catarrh and Neuralgia. Pe-ru-na saved her. Mr. W. II. Apperson lias open ed a nico little grocery and lunch stand nt his tenpin alley, on the south side. J. L. Brandon has the nobbiest Men’s Suits in town. It will pay jou to see them before buying elsewhere. W, II. nicks, of near Ripley, Tcnn., is visiting in the city the guest of His Honor, C. F. Hinton, and family. Mrs. N. L. Fondren, who has been spending the summer in Miss issippi, is expected home one day next week. We are informed Mr. R. J. Izard lias concluded to locate at Little Rock Wo wish him success anywhere. Miss Grace Haro, of Yanndale, is visiting in I he city, tho charm ing guest of Mrs. T. A. Hatcher, tbrs week. II Kvans A Co. are now pre pared to fill all orders for window glass. They have all sizes, kinds and shapes. V. B. Izard A Co. are daily ad ding to their extensive stock, and invite the public to call and ex amine same. Mr. T. A.R. Davis, an earnest worker in the new Methodist church cause, was in town several days this week. Everything you oan think of in the way of Furniture at T. A. Hatcher’s at rock bottom prices. Give him a call. The most complete line of Cloth »ng can be found at Wynne, Den nis A Beck’s nt prices that will make you smile. Mrs. J. E. Harris, me Miss Eusti Chalmers, of Helona, visited Mrs. J. E. Stone, of this city, the first of the week. Pat Cleburne Division, II R.,K. of P. have boon invited to attend tho Cleveland reception at Mem phis, on iho 14th. Mr. J. D. Barnett has returned from McDaniels. Mr. Wm. Pear son takes his placo as clerk for McDnnicl & Sons. For Carpets, Oilcloth, Oilrugs, Rugs, Matting, 0tc., call at T. A. Hatcher’s. His lir.o is complete, and he sells cheap. For Dry Hoods in general go to J. L. Brandon’s, and get bargains. He keeps everything in this lino of all the latest st\ les. A new and complete stock of Sportsman’s Goods, just received, at Dye’s, to be sold cheap for cash. Competition defied. Rev. S. I, Reid, assisted by Rev A. L. Miller, will conduet services at the Presbyteriean church to night and to-morrow. Since tho stirring up we gave Cupid, a few weeks ago, marriages have been coming on rapidly. Who will be the next. Read the interesting correspond ence Irom McDaniels in this issue. Would like for you to continue writing for The Times. Squire II. C. Ragsdale, of Lee county, was visiting in town last week, the guest of our esteemed friend, Mr. K. C. Hughes. Messrs. Deveroaiix & Leggett are in Madison this week when they have contracts which will keep them busy somatime. J. L. Brandon keeps a well se lected stock of Harness, Saddles. Bridies, Whips, etc, for sale at prices which can’t be beat. Circuit Court convenes Monday with a full docket. Judge San ders, we presume, will pseside in; his usual pleasing manner. Those new rifles at Gus Kzelle’s are tho finest we have seen. It, will iuterest you to call on him und examine his new stock. Will you suffer with dyspepsia I and liver complaint? Shiloh’s ! Vitnliror is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by C. K. Hinton. With this issue we begin Volume of liu Tim»:s. It shall ever be our aim to desorvo the patronage and confidence of the people. Catarrh cured, health and sweet | breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal, injector free. By C. F. Hinton, j A fine girl arived at the res idence of our worthy deputy clerk, | Mr. J. M. Prewetl. on the 80th ult. We song, atulate the happy paren's. Boots and Shoes! T. A. Hstch er’s stock is complete, and he is prepared to give you satisfaction, boih a* regards quality and price. Mr. D. Davis was among the in teresting visitors at this office Tuesday. We are always better iufoimed by the risits of such men. Children. They sr* ew t peeislly liable to sudden Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. We guarantee Acker’s English Remedy s josltive cure. It saves hours of snxious watching. Sold by C. V. Hinton. A6UE BUSTERS. izr' rZ. New* ban jnst reached here that* Chas. II. Sanders is sinking fust, j Messrs. Douglas* A Brcwor hav another fine lot of Texas ponies for saloon this market 'Ihe sup ply seems to be equal to the de-( mand. The work on the pnblic well has been indefinitely suspended. We would like to see it completed and a stood supply of water fur nished. The E. VnnWinklo cotton gin is in the lead. It is sold t»y J. P. Blanton. Call at his Gin and see it. It is the finest gin on the market. Apropos of the new dress-coat, intended to distinguish guests from waiters, tho disposition seems to he to let the waiters wear it if they want to. Collections from the merchants were good enough, hut outside ac counts are tough. Hence, our purse is smaller than it was on the 30th ult. Wc learn that Mrs. N. W. Nor ton's health is being considerably improved by ihe pure air and medicinal waters of Jiavensdcn Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Mallory, returned from Memphis Thursday. They will go to housekeeping soon in Forrest City. Friends welcome them back. Evervthieg new in Ladies’ Hats at J. L. Brandon's. He has paid especial attention to this depart ment, and can guarantee perfect satisfaction. Sqniro H. L. Waldrop, of Wheatley, was a ploasimt caller at this office Monday. He has oitr tUwiks for a nice order for Jus tice’s Blanks. For any kind of Clothing you can do no better than go to J. L. Brandon’s. He has a carefulI}’ se lected stock, and is sell:ng at rock bottom priees. Sunday School Teacher: What i« it, Tommy, that slingelh like an adder? Pupil (recently cnitglit in a neighbor’s pear tree): The end of a trunk strap. Tha millinery establishment of Mrs. P. D. Boyle is one of the prettiest in the State. It has re cently been repainted and consid erably beautified. When you nro in town give us a call. We always have plenty of nows for you and besides we like to have our friends call and see us occasionally. Every biby which has been horn in Forrest City for the last fire weeks enmo into the world on Friday. And Friduy isnt a good day for babies either. Mr. K. M. Iloloson, who has been “putting up” prescriptions at Mr. V. B. Lye’s drug storo, lett Satur day for his borne in Jonesboro, The Times follows him. A California newspaper has suspended, and its owner gives for a reason that the real estate boom has robbed him of his entire start’, including his office boy. Mr. J. t'.Bliinlon has sold ins mill ami cotton yin to Mossra. R. T. Johnson and John Davis, of Missis sippi. Both men are enterprising and we wish them success. Messrs. Fondren, Pettus and Legg as polite and attentive a corps of salesmen as any house could desire, arc still before the public at V. B. IzardA, Co.’s. Hollo There! Did you know Wynne. Dpnnis k Beck have mur dered high prices. If not give them a call and be convinced, low prices have come to stay. Farmers and others should not! fail to read the “New Cotton ! Rules,” on the first page of this! paper. It is very important read ing to all interested in cotton. To Tiik Ladies.—My stock ofj Perfumeries, Toilet Soaps, and! Face Powders, cannot be surpass ed. I respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. V. B. Dye. Shiloh’s Vitalizor Is whnt you need for constipation, loss of appe tite, dizziness and all symptoms of! dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 ets a ! bottle. Sold by C. F. Hinton. Nothing but frank intercourse with independent minds, nothing but discussion on equal terms, will . keep a thinker intellectually humble and conscious of fallibility. —Ex. The old Methodist Church i building was purchased tbis week I by the county Judge for $900 to be used lor a court house. Fur One Dollar, cash, you can buy eighteen bread checks, each good for one ten cent loaf of bread, st H. B. Gwyn k Co’s. Or they will sell you four loaves for twenty five cents. We have always made it a rule : never to believo rumors against I friends unt'l there is proof. We. would recommend this policy to j some of the good people of Foi rcst City. In any good endeavor “Try, ! try again” is a safe rule. But in a foolish or dishonorable under taking, don’t try at all will an swer the purpose a great deal better.—Ex. Sheriff Wilson seems to have gotten a backset and is not able to be out yet. Mrs. Wilson is quite sick also. The family have our best wishes for a speedy recovery in both eases. Some peeplo seem to think we don’t need any money at all, judging from repeated requests to wait awhile, but editors cat and have bills to meet just the same as Other people. Cooking and Heating Stoves are found in endless variety in the cellar at Wynne, Dennis & Beck’s at still lower prices than ever before. It will pay you to examine them. ivvvu Of the good things of this J life am sorrowfully let alone on account of Pyspepeia. Acker's flyapepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a positive guarantee at 23 and 30 cants, by C. P. Hinton. AGUE BUSTERS Cr»pt W. H. McDaniel and family who have been spending the sum mer in California and other places, retorned home Friday night of last week. Much to the delight of numerous friends. I’rof. Stuart says that the school is now o|>eii for the inspection of the pub lic. lie cordially invites visitors, especially those patrons who are so sure that "they can tell what’s going on in it school without ever setting a foot in the building.” The Furniture parlor, of Wynne Dennis & Beck’s is upstairs. You just ought to go and examine the elegant line in stock and hoar them quote low prices. They know how to please. A preacher was complaining of the listlessncss and inattention ot his congregation, when an old: doncon spoke up and said: “Hun gry sheep will look up to the rack : if there is hay in it.” Wo are just in receipt of a car load of the celebrated (-restring Wagons, which we will sell cheaper than any other wagon sold in For rest City. Every wagon warrant ed, at Becker k Lewis’. II. Evans & Co., have just re ceived a fresh stock of Lampblack, Colton markers; Lubricating, Golded .Machine and Lard Oil for fiins, Etc. All of which will be sold at Hock bottom prices. It no doubt pays to be honest; but there are too many men who, in considering the question of hon esty, give too much attention to the pay and too little to the hon esty side of the question.— Ex. An exchange calls the signal service roan a lightning calculator. It may be that the fellow referred to ia u lightning calculator, but that does not j revent him frern lying like thunder once in a while. Tit* great merchant-prince. John Wannmnker, in speaking of lha benefits of advertising, says: “I owe my success 10 the newspapers, and to L cm I shall freely give a certain profit of my yearly bus iness.” “Harmony is essential,” says the Troy Times, speaking ot the Re publican party. It is a great truth. “What I want,” said tlio r.:nn who was drowning, “is to get out of this. Will some one hand me a straw?” Mrs. V. M. Howes desires all the ladies in Madison Township to send or lenvo their articles for exhibi tion at the Stale Exposition either at her residence, on or before the lOthinst,, or at Mrs. Boyle's milli nery store. The Boston Rase Ball Club paid 810,000 for Mike Kell}-. It all re ports are true the managers would bo willing to sell irm tor the same number of figures, but -with a period whero the comma wus when they got him. Squire T. Allen was a most pleasant caller Tuesday morn ing at this office. We Lad the pleasure of filling his order for justice’s Blanks and giving him a receipt for a years aubsciption to The Times. The scarcity of money is severly felt by nil business men, and Banks are gcf': ; fat on large in terest. At h money connotbe had at 12 per centum, and abroad scarce y at any price. Turn loose the surplus. Mr. J. L. Brandon’s stock of Furniture is the mo9t complete and varied in the city, and will be sold at prices to suit the present j dull times. Give him a call, and lie will convince you he is sidling j furniture dirt cheap. A man named William Gallagher shot and killed a man recently. | His defense was that he was as-1 saulted, and when he drew his j weapon, merely to intimidate his I assailant, some bystander yelled, “Lettur go, Gallagher."—Ex. A SDrb means of overcoming a dislike which wo cntsrtain for a person is to do him a kindness each day; and the way to overcome a dislike which another may feel toward ns is to say some little kind word of him every day.— Ex. Mr. O. A. Exeilo has just re ceived an elegant stock ot rifles, guns, etc. His stock of amunilion is complete, and in tact, he keeps everything neoded by hunters, and sells at Hock Bottom Prices. Give hun a call before purchas ing. The only true view of life is as a school wherein our characters uro tA be disciplined. and all the changes, anil chances, sorrows, Liials, and temptations we meet with are the agonts by which the education of the soul is carried on. —Ex. When ordering your Jug for Medical Purposes soe that your merchant orders from Wooten Bros., of Memphis. It will cer tainly bo the best, as they handle nothing but tiik finest, sell the closest, AND DELIVER TUX DAY OR DERED. Building operations always havo a delighted audience. It pleases the average person to see the mortar slip into the chinks of the rock like butter into a cal’s ear, especially when some one else fondles the trowel.—Minneapolis Journal. I>r. H. P. Dooley will leave on the 17th for Biinkley, Cotton Plant, De View and other points, and will be absent from rorrest City fire or six weeks. Those de siring any dental work will do well to -all and see the doctor be fore lie leaves. Jerseys, Notions, Millinery, and a complete stock of Dry Goods, all tn tbo latest styles, can bo found at the mammoth three-floor store ot Wynne, Dennis & Beck. If you don’t see what you want just ask for it. They can ter. tainly please you. J'v .*\r-£> ^ ^ Blond Elixir la the only ' *» Blood R.-mrdy guaran teed. It is a positive care for Ulcers, Erap tiooa or Syphilitic Poison up. It purifies the whole system. sad banishes all Khenmatic and Neuralgic pains. We guar an lea it. C. F. Iliuton. AGUE BUSTERS. No Artemc, Quinine or Strjrthnicc Price AO cu. Special prices in all departments for the next fifteen days at V. B.: Izard A Co.’s. Don’t fail to cull and see them, and they will save you j money. An elegant line of Qnecnswnre and a beautiful line of Water Set* iusl received at V. B. Izard A Co.’a. They will dispose of these goods at extraordinarily low figures. Call and sec them. Chairman Scolt, of the street committee, informs us that as soon ! as rain falls street work will com mence io earliest once more. The ground is so dry and hard it can not bn plowed. Parties contemplating purchas ing n new Buggy or a new Set ol Harness will do well to call on Fussell, Graham A Co., and get a bargain. They have a tine line on hand anil will sell them at rock bottom prices. Go and sco them and be convinced. Mr. B. F. Hood, who has been in Arlington, Tenn., several months, has returned to the county. Ho gave us a most pleasant visit Wednesday. lie says The Times has been very interesting to him during his absence, and that he received it regularly. Old King Cole, calling for libs pipe, his glass arid hut fiddlers three, was never so merrv us young King Coal, advancing anthracite at a quarter a clip and making the people come down whether or no. Young King Cna! is one ot the worst of autocrats. Messrs. Fussed Graham A Co., have received two car-loads of the famous Tennessco Wagons, and are selling them at prices which cant bo beat. Farmers, and others will save mono}' by calling and taking advantage of the marvelous bargains which this firm is offering in wagons. At the Corner Drug Store you will find C. F. Hinton, the oldest druggist in Forrest City. He has supplied himself with the best selected s'cck of ficsh drugs ever brought to this market. NTo person can do better than call on him when any thing is needed in the drug line. When were you in to see C. F. Hinton? All who have not called lately must do so at once, f r his Drug Storo is the neatest and best arranged in the stato When yon call, if you ilo not see him in front, just go back to the prescription case. There yon will find him compounding medicines. In Sumpter county, Georgia, a day or two ago, a negress ate six teen ears of corn with a large, piece of greasy meat and then tried to die. hut nnother woman gave her a ipiart of salt and water with a gill ot caster oil. She is now up and says: ‘-I didn’i think corn would hurt a pusson.” The ladies especially are cor dially invited to visit the store of Mr. .1. L. Brandon and examine his exquisite stock of liters Good*. He has all the latest shades, to gether with latest styles in triin mmgs to match, and the ladies cannot fail to be highly pleased should they examine h;s stock. The Cantata which is to he ren dered in the near future by home ta'.cnt, for the benefit of th* Bap tist church, will be a rare treat to those who witness it. Rehearsals ure had very often now, and the participants are determined to inshe it the best entertainment ever given in Forrest City by home folks. Our Somerset correspondent says: “Tho ground has got so warm during the hot spell that the eows are giving boiled milk and the mushrooms are coming up in the pastnros ready stewed." And yet tho ambition of that young man is to got a reporter's place on a religious paper.—Fail River Ad vance. We want short, newsy letters from Haynes, Millbrook, Colt and Wynne arid from Madison, Good win, Palestine, and Wheatley, and any other placo in the county. We will pay postage on the letters, send lheeorresponde.it The Times as long ns lie writes, and make him a present ot twenty nice books. Cuirni ahead. Always presume that a gun is loaded and act according. It, however, your curiosity must be satisfied, or if y-ou feel sure the weapon is not loaded, point it, in spirit of fun, at your liearost and dearest relative, and b'azo away. Tho chances aro your doubts, like tho relative’s brains, will be scattered to the winds.—Ex. Some people are foolish enough and sensitive enough to feol hurt at tho frowns and snubs they may happen to get as they go through life. This in wrong. Rather adopt the sentiment expressed by Byron in the following lines: Hei e's a tear for those who love me, And a smile for those who hate; And, whatever sky's above me, Here’s a heart for any fate.—Ex. Ou Tuesday next t lie pupils attending the public school will each In* furn tolieu with a printed report of the. work done during the past month. It will he interesting reading, for it will show the pec centum of questions answeied in each branch of study taught in school, besides the deportment of the pupil, days absent, times tardy, times kept in for Imporfp ’t recitations, and otlier important details. Parents should examine the monthly report with great care. “No, Maria.” said a Jersoy granger to his wife, as they were about retiring at a summer resort hotel, “I think I know too much to blow out the gas. I brought something along with me that will fix it.” So he drew out u monkey wreneh from his gripsack and twisted off the burner. But the next morning tho coroner’s jury rendered the usual eerdiet.—Hotel Mail. CgaVX. thousand* suffering from AalLina, Con sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Acker's English Remedy? It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles, •old on a positive guarantee at 10c., 50c. l*v C. F. Hinton. A C11C DIICTCDC Cure year Chill* and Tom HOUL DUO I L Ho up your system Price 50 Somo people, not so well off in this world's goods, se-m to de rive agrent deal of comfort in the thought that the rich cannot take their money with them when they leave this world. Very true, but it is their own fault if they don’t hareagood time with it while they do stay hero on eurth. I beleire I would ratherhc rich.—Kx. Good Mr. Childs tool Mrs. Cleveland out to \V colon, his country place, and gave her the dainty Jersey heifer. ‘•Grate,'’ one of his choicest bits of rural brie-a brae. But w hen the Kasiorn cor respondents chroncled the Act t hoy referred to tho animal (U ’ he.” A heifer is a bovine spinster, and nobody but an ignoramus would call her ho. Ji hn Bright may Imvo invented Bright’s disoaso. and, as Bill Nye would remark, his work; is justly celebrated, but this shmld not have induced Gen. FoHhild to claim the invention of palsy. The General is doubtless an jblc man, and a very courteous gentleman, but lie should not he e*iavagnnt in his desire to rival Mr.Bright,— Arkansaw Traveler. An untimely death olpn follows neglect ot nervous nft'octtms. Take Pemberton's Wine Coca, the most elegant, efficient and refable nerve tome ever offered to tje medical profession. It is a perminent in vigoralor of mind and iiody; cures nenrnlgia, dyspepsia, tick head ache, sexual and nervens debility, tired feelings, “blues,” etc. Pern burton’s Wine Coc.i is prescribed by physicians and sold in Forrest City by H. Kvans k fo. Beware of imitations. Get orly Pember ton’s. St per boltlo. Shoes! Well, wo sfonld say so. Fussell, Graham k to. have the largest and most elefant stock ot all kirds, sizes and stjles of Gents’ and Ladies’, Misses’aid Children’s Fine Shoes ot any hruse in town. They have shoes nrudo over all sizes and styles of lass, which en ables them to give you a perfect lit. No matter hownard it has been in the past to g». your shoes to fit you, Fussell, Graham k Co. have come to the resme, and they guarantee best goodt at lowest prices. Givo them t cull before purchasi ng else w he nt Do you owe more l un 3-ou enn pay? Then go to y.ur creditor, show him you are pu;ing all you can now, that yoa art determined to pay him all you ove; convince him that y ou are on 1 uiest man by not waiting to ho dtuned over and overage'll, and in icarly every instance you will findthat leniency can he obtained lbro:g!i no other source. “An honest man is tno noblest Work ol Got” hut a dis honest man is it shaoo upon hu manity'. A leprous :iesl to good society, and unworthy the consid eration which his form secures for him — Bear City Tines. Everybody like* t> be npprecia- j toil. And there ere few, indeed,! who do not possess lomo qualities j which entitlo there to receive a) certain amount of appreciation j from their follows. The boy who! hoes corn nil day, nud who hnsj done it well, feels more than re paid if he only gels from father a few kindly and encouraging words, J showing him that his efforts and his worth are appreciated. And so on. in all the tailings of life, men and women want to ho ap preciated; and to this trait :n human diameter we are indebted for most of the commendable deeds which people perform. — Ex. It should be a rule among adults never to subject children to mental shocks and unnecessary gri. f*. When in the surroundings of child life some grave calamity has oc curred, it ia best to make tho event as light as possible to the child, and cerninly avoid thrilling it with sights and details which stir to the utmost, and in the end only leave upon the mind art heart incurable wounds and oppression. Children should never lie taken to funerals nor to sights that eauso a sense of fear and dread combined with great grief, nor to sights which call forth pain and tigon}- in man or in tho lower animals.—Kr. Tho large store of Messrs. V. B Ia&rd & Co. is filled from center to circumference with ns elegant a t line of Dry Goods, Dross Goods, Ladies’ and Mimes' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery, Gents’ and Boys’ Hats and Caw, Notions, Boots and Shoes, all sizes and kinds, | Fresh Groceries — and, in fact, j everything inuginablo which is i kept in any first-class general merchandise establishment as any j purchaser could desire to select j from. Elegant new goods aro ar riving almost daily, and they pur i pose to sell at prices that defy ; competition. The public generally is invited to call and examine their goods before purchasing. Colonel V. 15. Izard and Hon. George P. Taylor received appoint ments Wednesday from His Excel lency, Governor 8. P. Hughes, as delegates to the Wostern Water ways Convention, which meots at Memphis on the 20th and 21st mat. ] The object of this convention is to aid and eneoitrage continued and united action on the part of the people to nave the waterways of the Missm'ii pi Valley improved, and is a v. > important and cum mendubie enterprise. Governor Hughes could nut have made a bet i ter selection, as the enterprise of j these gentlemen, and their interest in the improvement of the Slato is j unsurpassed. They will attend. A aooDname imphesa reputation founded on i good character, mak ing itself felt iu life. This or that particular power or s|>ccial virtue may or muy not ho prominent;, but l the roots of character must bo growing, the vital principle of the moral life must ho active. Just as a good name among plants would , inply that they wore steadily un folding each into its natural and proper condition, from the state liest pine of the forest to the hum blest daisy of ihe field, so a good name among men implies a perfect reliance that the buses ot character are strong and vital within them, developing each ouo according to hiaowa nature and condition.—Ex. VInllory—Oowlc, Tnesdnr afternoon, nt 5 o’chu.* Mr. 11. Mallory, of Madison, led Mrs M. K. Goode, of this city, to the matrimonial altar, at 'the Methodist church. Rev. •*!. B. Urn sted performed tl»© ceremony which was short, cpiick and to the point and was very boautirul. Mr h. Mallory, of Madison, with the charming Miss Hattie Van Patten were the first of the wed d,n« party to enter the chart h I’liey were,followed by the hiido and -rroom. and then eame Mr. John M. Nichols and one of Vann, dale's exquisite beauties, in the person of Miss Grae© Hare, 'i he costumes were nil of dark colors, but nevertheless most tasty and beautiful. After the ceremony the party repaired to the resideino ot the bride’s brother, Captain T. A. Hatcher, where the hour wag spent in harried preparations to tako the next train for Memphis, and in receiving iho many hearty congratulations of their numerous friends and bid ding them good bye. The church was crowded, ail anx ious to see the beautiful hrido and handsome groom march to the hytnenial altar. May they live most happily in one another’s love. May their diftercuces be easily ad justed, and may their lives bo an example to others for pure mo tives is the wish of Toe Times. H ALL’S' There is rnorp catarrh in this section ot the country than all oilier diseases, put together, and until the lust tyw vear.s was supposed to |,0 incurable, rot a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease, and pre s-ribed local remedies, and l.y con stautlv failing to cure with local treat 1 nient pronounced it incurable. Science i has proven catarrh to lie a constitu tional ilisease. and therefore requires a constitution,-d treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Pure, manufactured by V. j Cheney ,y tv. Toledo, O., is the only constitutional ( tire now on the market It is taken internally in doses of from ten drops to a teaspoon fill. It acts directly upon the blood and mucus | surfaces of the system. They offer one | hundred dollars for any ease'it fails to i cure. Send for circular and testi monials. Address, F. .1. CHENEY A COk, Toledo, (>. S dd by druggists. To cents. Catarrh Cure! Notice 1 I have decided to go into the Brick-making business early In jibe spring. I expect to supply mysely with first cla-s machinery and furnish good brick for tho ! surrounding country. I 10-8 Cm. G. W. Cook. Attention, 11 it ntem! II. Keans ft ('o. have a complete slock ol Ammunition, Sheila— loaded or blank—Cartridge*, Wad*, Capa, Primers, etc., which ihey are se 11 i11:; at prices that actually defy competition. Sportsmen uro in viled to call slid get price*. ** m O Total cotton receipts of Forrest City to date, ’-.t'si tuli s. Nearly I<m> bales are received daily now. Mis. K. C. Dye is having a nice new roof put on her residence, and olhern ise improving her pretty home. Col. It. W illiams is having hi* beautiful residence painted inside and out. -N. W. dackson is doing the work. No !!.«;••>> hit y, Learn to make the most of life And lose no happy day, Time can never la ing The buck chances swept, away. '"so if you have ctulls and fever jbeed'a Cliill Cure is the only effectual remedy. It never fails when prfqverly used. A j box of pills with each buttle. For sale and warranted bv II. Kvans ft Co. Messrs Coffey A Jackson drove a well at Mr. A. Slonikera mill, north of Palestine, recently, eighty feet deep, j and when the drill was drawn the water could L- touched with the lingers. Let Forrest City go ahead w ith their well. Kev. G. A. Crammer is at present; “on the wing ' and when not in Forrest City, which is his headquarters, for the present. can lie communicated with at Memphis. Itucklrn'N Aririra Salvr. The liest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblain*, corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required, i It is guaranteed to give perfect satis-j faction, or money refunded. Price S»| cent:; per box. For sale by C. F. Hin ton. A (Otri.ll <W TlltltOltS. Kufus Anderson and Cheatham Hull, from near Wheatley, Ark.,sold a drove of cattle in Helena, Tuesday, and then proceeded to raid the town, com mencing at lioiiis Mogler's saloon, in South Helena, w here a negro ball was in prog res*. They bulldozed the crowd of negroes, and when 1’bliceman John Jones attempted to arrest them they opened fire on him with a couple of navy sixes. Jones tmik refuge under the plank sidewalk in front of the saloon, and would have been killed undoubtedly had the festive sbootists not been too drunk for effective work. After emptying their guns they started for their horses, hut Policeman Clancy got the drop on Bull and locked lain up. Marshal Liugg telegraphed all over the country for Anderson, and on Wednesday evening he was caught nest I)r. K. Horner’s plantation, near the month of the SI. Francis river. An derson is a nice fellow when sober, hut a perfect terror w hen under the influ ence of whisky. lie gave bond, auil w ill lie tried liefore the mayor Thurs day on four counts. Anderson cleaned out the mayor's court in Brinkley, • few weeks ago, when being tried f<* being drunk and disorderly. Botl Hull and Anderson are. in funds, aiK have employed lion. Creeutield Quads to defend them.—Gazette. Thos. E. Hill’s Books Elegant, Educational. Standard, and must useful in the world, and iuos rapid sale. HILL'S MAXl'AL contains hundred of Social, t uiumeicial and Leg* Komis, standard authority. Newt Illustrated. Enlarged and correct* to the latest date. t'oBtinued larg sales. HILL'S ALBl'M gives l,i)00 Portrait) 1,200 Biographies, 1.000 lllustratio* iseveral in colors of eminent pe»p» their work and their success. \ er i elegant and selling fast. Agents wanted In every county, I w hom we give exclusive territory an 1 literal terms. Elegant pictorial ciret lairs free. Address, ILli. 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