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Job Printing, Wf very much desire to give you our ri>.;s. We ran save you money. We > 1 mount eity j,rices. ' We ask "you to . ;«• ua on* trial at least. We |uoj>, .. it* your printing, and if lam l't ices tny Inducement, bring it along. ESTABLISHED 1871. T FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1887. VOL. XVII No. 8. Our Mr. Landvoigt's address' No. 341 Second Street, M np'ais, Tenn. We Should be glad to have our brothers p ce his name upon their mail books, and we will willingly ■ procate. am All has put out the spark. I'ayettevili.k had a disastrous on the 18th. • uaMr colic is becoming epidemic in iiibition towns. Tiik postoffice employes of tin ted States numlx-r 04,700. Wh at’s tlie matter with ns we don't | g* one of tlie Gazette's lithographs? Title grand lodge of Masons of Ar-i isas met in tattle Kock, Tuesday! — ♦ \ spittso lias lteeii discovered in liiinesota lliat furnishes sardines in A "Fuohida necktie party” is how ..me of the papers term a lynching in that State. J. G. Holland, of the Searcy Beacon, 1 mentioned as a probable candidate for State auditor. Tub guesses in Memphis of tlir1’ size of the present cotton crop range from 1. 1 A.425 to 6,750,000 bales. Tub M irilton Headlight says Col. J' Hem of that place, is favorably a; iken oi for chief justice. Tiik attempts of republican papers to explain tlie election results in New York are fine specimens of serious humor. It is a strange fact that Fred Grant ran several th msand votes behind his republican brethren in the late contest. The latest novelty in the way of [aeiuiums for subscriptions to papers an offer of plaster easts of •»e late anarchists. Sealskin overcoats will be quite fashionable this winter. We are hav tg our linen duster dyed and .1 lire •ene painted on the hack. One hundred and sixty Mormons is-ed through Memphis, Wednesday. I hey were all dressed in store clothes. Far and feathers would suit best. The tirst snow storms of the season t appei ring in Illinois. They will >11 la' in Arkansas. That is. if there any water "up there" to make it of N'ovkmhkh tilth the Masonic fra ilty of Arkansas unveiled the lament erected hy that body in roy of Fast (iraud Master Ik 11. glisti. V TKRitiin.k collision at sea lietween ■ steamers Schotten and Rosa Mary, the niglit of the lftth, resulted in oss of 132 lives and the sinking of former vessel. It is estimated that the value of eggs Might into the Foiled States from tnada last year w as, in round figures bout $2 2sn.U00. It is about time to •t up a "Trust" on eggs. It is now stated that Gen. Jackson, rf Georgia, w ants to secede from the iited States. If he does so, perhaps e will confer a greater favor on the eople than he anticipates. Hon. K. U Moore, it is said, will be , candidate for re-election to ttie office pf secretary of State. Ilis opponents rill !*> Hon. S. L. Black, of Monroe, led Hon. 1). 11. Cliism, of Hogan. The recent heavy losses of insurance |piiipanies in the South by cotton fires fill have a tendency to raise insurance (lies as long us cotton is handled in pc same careless manner as heretofore. [ Wharkmaster KAi.ucKEK.of Mem pis, was playing checkers with his >se and the bars of Shelby county |il last week. Fifty-two Indictments pve b 11 found against him. Many 1 then, will stick, too. Ilxoi axo is preparing another eap Jin of the Salvation Army. Editor lliiieu is not allowed to read any Joks in jail save the prayer-book and |ble. It will be something novel to pi. I, k x. I». ('. Gov ax, of Marianna, jdge W. II. Cate and E. F. Brown, of fiesboro; Hon. W. If. Edrington. of reola, and Gen. ('has. Coflin. of limit ltldge. are mentioned as possi I candidates for congress in the 1- ii'st rict next year to succeed Col. lhinn. tate Press. Ins secretary of the treasury has kided to call upon tho commissioners [•migration in New York'7for a de led statement of their receipts and enditures. A "show up" w ill dis- i some ugly work, as the board has pi running the machine their own pm New York telegram says that ollector K. W Daniels, of Buffalo, patented a scheme to replace New Ik in the republican column. He pts to colonize the negroes here, bther farm and mule scheme, bahly. The. negro is too smart to j at a sugar-coated hook. here is a young woman in Ark kht. N. Y., who is totally blind by [but can see perfectly well in the She will, la* a treasure for some mate man. When she sits up for at night when he is detained by ping business at the club just think 1 a saving in g;ts site will be able l > i.—Boston Transvviot In the language of the Arkansas, Democrat. "May the I»rd forgive us for ever grumbling about the mud." i , . __ Tiik Fanners' Alliance of Texas has resolved to buy no more coffee until the price is reduced to twelve cents. It i;s rumored Sparks will seek vindi cation of his conduct as land commis sioner by running for congress if lie is elected. ■ ..- ■ ■ ■ - ’1 ■ Democrats, l»e true to your prin-; cipies. and in the future vote your i ticket straight, regardless of personal friendship. The wife of the anarchist Par.-ons is 'preparing his manuscript for publics-' jtion. The manits tipt will make a ; bonk of it40 pages. Now u i !n-1 i me to begin to prep ire for the Exposition next year. T lie re w ill Is* no excuse for St. Francis at the next exhibition. She must lie there in all her glory. The murderer of (iambrell J. S. Hamilton was denied bail by the su preme court of Mississippi, Monday. Eubanks was admitted to hail in the sum of $1 000. Wk don't believe that George Wil liam t'urtis knows everything, but should Blaine fail to get the nomina tion we will admit that George William knows a thing or two. l’i stmasters have been informed by the depot tment officials that hereafter postal clerks on the railroads will not iic allowed to cancel stamps. Letters mailed on the train will he put off at; the next postotlice to lie cancelled by a postmaster, which will delay such j letter one day.—Events. Thk anarchist Johann Most was i placed on trial in the court of Genual Sessions Tuesday on the char o-of in citing violence hy an intlamnuih i ■ speech a week ago last Saturday night. The people are so prejudiced against anarchy it was almost impossible to get a jury. A bckkau of general information relative to the coming holiday excur sion to the east and southeast lias been organized, with headquarters at Little Buck, Ark., by Messrs. Charles N Eight and G. W. Jackson, exeursi n agents. Travelers who desire to take advantage of the extremely low rate offered should immediately e irn . u.l with them, whereby they will reterve reliable information covering all r uti to the east and southeast. Kicks are reported in the dispat, he-1 of Tuesday at Marshall, Moweipia and Cairo, 111 ; Granby, Mo. where ltN) h mscs, including nearly all the busi ness parti' n of the town, v, as destroyed mil in the southern atrd western por tions of Kentucky, including (*! csyow i’,idiicali.il iwlingGreen and Tompkins ■ die. Galveston, Texas, lost trUaK |.."ii)n hales of cotton. McKinney am! Corsicana were also visited liy fires. It seems the world is trying to burn up. Thk umu wlia cherishes in his heart the belief that he Is a victim of mis fortune, of chance, of ill-luck; lie who day by (lay ponders on what he I is. and not on what he lias; who traces his misfortunes to others anti not to him self. is as far out of the true path as a man can well be. The longer he travels that road the worse for him Trials and privations of one kind and another fall to the lot of each of us. and the difference in men is most marked in the manner with which they brave these misfortunes. We have no fears of our democrats next year as regards Cleveland. The State of Arkansas will send in her lit tle mite for him. you may rest assured, just the same as usual. But we do have fears as to the congressman for the First district and the senator and the representative and the county j ticket generally. We fear the party will not come together here: yet we hope. Now, let every man w ho claims to be a democrat make tip Ids mind to stick to the party. Let no minor is sues take his heart from the old ranks. Bally and to the rescue. The republi- i cans are on the alert, and one more office will be lost to the party. Hurrah! j for democracy. The colored gentleman Col. Taylor, of Kansas, who represents the I'. S government as minister to Liberia says: "Liberia is a sight for gods and men. Why there isn't a horse, or . cow. or a tnuie, or a useful animal of any kind, not a single car. or < art, or eved a wheelbarrow in the w hole repub lic But I tell you they are organized; they are great on organization in j Liberia. They have a much bigger cabinet than the cabinet of President Cleveland. Kvery military company in the army lias about twenty-seven officers and two or three privates There are a little over 2,uoo voters in the republic and fully one-half of them are office-holders. A statbmest giving an approxiwa tion of the number of Chinese arrivals and departures from 1852 to June 30, | I8S7, has oeen prepared by Surveyor i Tinnin for the use of congress. The | total arrivals within the dates men tioned were 335.274. and the departures ; 196.263, leaving 139,001 Chinese iii the i country Who arrived at this port. This is considered short by 00.000. Trior to ; August 0, 1882, when the restriction i act went into effect, there arrived I 206,700 and departed 136,475. During ! the half year from January 1 to June :!0, 1887, 11.147 heathens arrived and ! 8.782 went away. These iigur*-* says the San Francisco Bulletin will he used at the coming session of congress when the Pacific coast delegation w ill endeavor to pass through that lx>dy antMIdtsese legislation of a more > thoroughly restrictive ch;. raster. "SitiXTANKors combustion of the Imman breath"1 is a new one, as well as a good one. From the conflicting reports in re giiril to the crown prince of Germany, it is difficult to find out whether lie is living or dead. It is stated that Mrs. Gen. Grant will appear to some extent in society during this winter. Wonder if she is starting out for another husband? Goon authority says that it w ill re quire $000,000,000 to complete the ex cavating of tiie Panama canal, and that there is some doubt aliout raising tiiis trifle. Soi'riiKKN Dakota has voted to lie admitted as a State by itseif on the boundary line of the4fith parallel,while the Northern half voted against such a divorce. The Territory should set it self to eon llie saw. •• railed we stand, I divided we fall.—Ex. GiioiiuK Fnan* is Thais has gone to Canada -it is said to stay, being dis-1 gusted with his own country. Well, if ; Canada receives him we will hold to! the opinion that siie is a clever and neighborly commonwealth. John Siikkjian again expresses Ids views on the political situation, and says that the New York election is not I altogether di-o imaging. John always winds up Ids ••views" by demanding i an honest count of tiie votes in the j South. "liKT Then'" is the subject selected by Sum Junes to lecture upon, it is :iiil tlie subject v. ill be humorous. H e think Ham hits made :i mistake. His sermons are funny enough; besides, lie makes more money preaching than lie could by lecturing. A CiiR'Aiio lo< al paper published an article Monday in which it was stated Unit Nina Van Zaildt. Spies' proxy wife, is wasting away, food not having passed her lips since the day before Spies was banged. In conversation with a reporter she expressed much bitterness against tlie press and tlie.se who "murdered'' her husband. Ulaini. is in Paris, listening to anil '•nj.e.i i_; tlie nid-e made by M. Wilson, while Sullivan and (build are over there s mew hero preparing to visit and she. 1 teals ovei tile tomb o the Avon. Wind other arrangements may be made by the trio before embarking for home is one of those things v.hat "no feller knows nothin about. * but it is sale to say that the > :o,:T.iii:n:e v, id be unanimously agreed upon and carried out. In giving portraits of the Little Kook lirenien t!,e Clipper has one of Chief M. W. li-g.i. Everybody who ever saw Mike's fare kn he is Irish; but tin s*» v;!-.) d n't v,;i.:M lieser know it from lb i "p: c bur It s;oi!s the appreciation of tlie m an in a manner; and unless the Clipper s.,i 1 it was him no person who has known him fin years would have recognized him. Mike is a handsome man. This picture makes him look like a big overgrown v-hool boy. Tin; democratic victory in New Vork is in no small degree a triumph of tlie honest, law-abiding masses over fraud and corruption. The election ot lion. John 1’. Follows, a former Ar kansas boy. tn the otiice of district at torney, means an honest, capable and fearless administration of the affairs of that office. A contemplation of the fact will make lioodlers and law breakers of all classes tremble and quake. A goodly portion of the credit of this victory is due to the splendid, brilliant and untiring campaign work of the New York Daily Star. True democrats should steer clear of the Hungarian juggler of the World and stand tirmly by tlie Star.— Arkadclphia Standard. The following permanent organiza tion of the "Arkansas Society of Engineers. Architects and Surveyors ' was effected in tlie city of Little Itock during the past week: President. Fred J. II. ltiek.ui, ('. K..city eaiginwr. Little Ruck; vice-presidents.A H. Mat son. city engineer. Texarkana; Thos. Harding, architect. Little Rock; 11. S Wise, county surveyor, Panghurn; m responding secretary, 1. L J. M. Wliitliam, Fayetteville; recording secre tary, Frank W. (!ibb, C. E., mining engineer, Little Itock: treasurer, Maj. J. II. Haney, sanitary engineer, i.ittli Kock. Their meeting was harmonious throughout, and a great deal of inter est was manifested. The society will no doubt till a long-felt want and prosper. hknby iii'oma: ii.vrrv Henry George is a very happy man Ho is ever so glad his vote in the hit< election in N'i w York was so small As lie said in a »i>eeoh soon after the result was announced: "What would we have gained by a larger vote? Suppose we had elected some of our candidates? We have cared nothing about offices. What we want to do is to educate men; to set men thinking. [Cheers.] And all we hoped for from a larger vote was that it would attract attention and Pxeite thought and make that process easier We did not get in this city as large a vote as we had ex|**cted; hut we di know that in this city there are ;>7.eoo men. not one of whom was I-ought, not one man that could tie bought; iiT.OXi men who went up to the polls and voted for the great principle; 87.000 men who know what they want and know how to get it; ;>7.ooo men who can lie counted on as against every thing for this cause.” Hut w hy shouldn't Henry George be happy? lie has grown rich off the workingmen as a professional agitator and self-confessed political humbug. Without hope of an election he had himself nominated and his canvass of the State gave him fresh notoriety when needed which lie is converting into more money. The deluded, trust ing workingmen may go hungry and ill-clad, hut Henry George’s thanks giving dinner never lacks the Cheering turkey and luxurious etceteras inci dent to that joyous annual festival.— Gazette. Humum** >In»a***rl© Buratd. The animals' quarters of Itanium's | circus, at Iiridge(>ort, Conn., were luirtieil t«> tlic ground Sumtay nifilit. ! One of the watchmen, George N. Mey ers, was making his rounds al>out 10 ! o'clock when he discovered flames in ' one corner of the building where the horses are kept. He rushed around tlie building to alarm other employes when he was knocked senseless by some one with a club, lie lay on the ground unconscious for twenty min utes, and when he revived half of the building was in flames. He awakened i sleepers in the building anil someone ■ rushed to an alarm box half a mile | away and pulled it, neglecting to sound the alarm from a box located at the entrance to the grounds. This caused a delay of half an hour in the : arrival of the fire department. \Y lien i it did come it could do nothing lieyond I saving the adjacent buildings from I being destroyed. Among the animals ! destroyed were four elephants, five ! lions, seven leopards, six panthers, four kangaroos, six horses and a large : number of smaller beasts. Among the ! 1 elephants burned were Alice. Samp •on I and the sacred white elephant. One of the large elephants escaja-tf. and j this morning was found drowned in the sound, near tin- lighthouse, where it bud goto in it, fright. Aside from this the only animal that escaped be yond the grounds was a large lion, which wandered into a barnyard, where it attacked a cow and calf, mak ing an early breakfast of the latter. A holy undertook to drive the beast away, not knowing or realizing its na ture until warned by a neighbor, when she beat a hasty retreat. The animal was shot soon after by one of the cir cus employes. Otto Mabbie, an ele phant trainer, by his heroic efforts saved eighteen elephants. Mr. Hailey says that $100,000 will probably cover the 1 so The origin of the tire is stil! a mystery, but tin; general opinion among those prominently connected with the winter quarters Isthat it was the work of an incendiary. [From tl.P Arkansas Meteor.J Muverii. Ark.. Dec. -•>. isstt.—We f•:: 11 attention to u remedy which is an infallible cure for a disordered liver, dy- pc| sia, biliousness, constipation, headache. •colb*. etc., diseases so com mon in this section, and which are very Istr. soil, and often deadly. Simmons Liver Regulator is a simple, mild remedy for all the uliove diseases, acts tdfeetiv* l.v and is purely vegetable. iVf have Used it in onr family f u ton , ■ .1 arid would not do witliout it. for il is the very liesl family medicine for the p :rp..-( s named v.e lia’ e tried; be sidi s. it ; c.es many a d-.n tor s tail. Get. the iron nine with trademark Z in r.d ci f. int ef wrapper, and signature ot .j. li. Zcilin A ('■>. W. D. Ljb ■ 1‘rop'r. llu> llcatti of "nob- ’li Null. ‘ Tim countless thousands Tiiat i am the e.-.rth are but a handful To the ti i..es tiiat slumber in its teas an'' Died, nl G.dncsviile, Ark., on November lb, 1^87, Robert lj. Me Nutt, aged twenty-six years. Dead! And the manly form | once so full ot life lies wrapped in iho d ream! . ss :,! umber tiiat etci nity alone can bn ak. Once more have the funeral bells been tolled, and over another devoted homestead lias the shadow of death been trbown. No truer friend no more loving husband than ‘ Bob” Mc Nutt breathed the breath of life, audit is with feelings of genuine sadness tiiat the writer pens this tribute to Ins memory. Not only i around the family fireside will li a loss bo mourned, but ic other i homes and in other hearts his im- 1 ago will be cherishc I and his name j spoken in tendevest accents as I long ns life shall last. With a -mile for his friends and a pleas ant word for every one he won his wav to the hearts of all who knew him. Death is a sad thing at all times, nnd ever leaves wec<| ing eyes and bleeding hearts as a mournful reminder of his visit, hut when ho lays his withering touch upon ihe bounding veins ot youth we gaze appalled Upon the sii I and pulseless forms and ask why is it so. To the stricken ' wife we extend our sympathy, and ' would remind her that the one she | mourns has only ‘ gone before.” | For months and years the summer j breeze will sweep gently post bis resting-place, and tlio sad winds of winter will sing Ins requiem; but though the restless heart 'S stilled forev.r the imprisoned spirit has winged its wav to the God who gave it, and we know tiiat we shall meet again in the “Land where cur dicams come true.” Won«lerfnl Cure*. W. I). Hoyt A. Co., wholesale uml re tail druggists of Houic. tin.. say : We have been selling Dr King's New Dis covery, Electric Hitters and Arnica salve’ for four years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well or give such universal satisfaction. There have hern some wonderful cures ef fected by those medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced consump- j t ion have la-en entirely cured by us.- of j la few bottles of l)r King's New l>;s-| covery, taken in connection with Elec- j , ; rie Hit ers. We guarantee them always. Sold bv C. 1’. Hinton. lii Hri«‘f and to Hip Point. Dyspepsia is dreadful; disordered liver is misery; indigestion is a foe to | good nature. The human digestive apparatus is one of the most complicated and won-1 derful tilings in existence. It is easily put out of order. Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food. | bad cookery. mental worry, late hours. I irregular habits, ami many other things which ought not to lie. have left the American |«eople a nation ©I dyspeptics. Hut Green's August Flower has done j a wonderful work in reforming this, wonderful business and making the | American people so healthy that they can enjoy their meals and la- happy. Remember— no happiness without : liealtli. But Green’s August Flower' j brings happiness to the dyspeptic. Ask | vc-ur druggist for a bot'le. Seventy 'live cents. novi'a-wt- j "CU-PiS-Ai K.irM iif compnriwri instiltlK I t*lW«H'n lx-OU-l»i A and other blood remedies, prov conclusively that it stand* without a jwh r. W*1 claim fbr MlMiotnl« iniallthilty for any m naw for ili'li It la r> l OtnmCD'JtHl, mid a fullurv In • \i-.e i< ntlrrlV Impossible, Ojfrna, Hero ful l Xy|,bill*. lilt vr-ry stAre, thro rile Klieu ni.itInn, Kuantnff Sum. I Icprs. be riliii|eH ibsrl' i". . t: :**< 'I Hip Disease,or Carles InvisibleParasite- nllanyry r Kin Illseases and unnatural dlsrhurirrs (irc Imnmdiatel] •nl nil I l>y t.a-eo-pl a and a |..i»ltlTo otic iatil'* llvvltabls result. Kor s. vi-ti years 1 w as almost, ore mr vs of '•nrrunlIon. IVrpanfrj'imr shndci,(‘ mlown I.. my buck-bone, my Iiody and limbs wi n ■in cri'il with sfitri, my 11 pa, cose nml throw narti.llly destroyed by them, given no to dli iy tlx' li st iih.i cit'lansof Columbus. \YVn.ti si luitelyhfv pounds, rc-dueed to the verge of liegruve, tinm»IU I was dying. I then took las u*pi-:,, not him;else: t.».k *0 last tier. V11 >ny sores .re Is ale I and I am as well aaevi :n my life, am! weigh I 25 pounds.” MKS. MAUI.IF. JI AKrER, 12s W. Co'irtBt. Coer an us, Ohio. Bold bv all druggists end dontvra. Il.otpw bottle. il for fi.tro. Send for t>r. Hartman’' sa.k. ■’ Tile Ills of Idfe.’aent free, atul "ten Identlal Physlelan,"on receipt of I5eenu. >K. s it. H A KTM AN A i 11 . « "luuibus. t j For sale I tv II. Kvans A Co. Tim steamer C. !’ t'|e'Mtes’l. tub! h , left Memphis last Saturday. burned i Wednesday, with .i.lKHi hales of cotton. Thk State Wheel Knterprise. pub lished at l.ittle Hock, is now the offi cial organ of the National Wheel. My! wiiat a picnic. An iuteiestinjc feature >>f Thk Timks in future wil Ire a weekly letter ini in agri, ultural tapirs from Prof Menke. of the Arkansas Industrial i'liiversity. Of him tlte Arkansas Democrat lias to say: •The able and accomplished head of the department of agriculture in the] Arkansas Industrial I’liiversity, Prof. Menke. stands deservedly high in ills profession, mid we are quite sine that the large number of fanners who r- ml the Ihnecrat will lie pleased with It: , contributions, ruder bis able man agement the agricultural department of the University is being rapidly de veloped—a fact of which the whole peoulr si.ouid feel proud.” Prof. Menke'’s letters will appear once a week. KEYEO EMU—PIEA8AHT TO TAKE. A sure, safo and clrocfa&l Core i for Chills and Frier, Intermittent, Remittent ad Rllious Fever, Bomb Ague, end ah Diseases originating ] from a 'I'orplU Liver or Malaria. C *iitr.lns 1:1. .UfirVMO or OUIVTHS rtid cotbioa ilc'ci' ilouato ino»y»!©w. PRICE, PI por Bottle, Sold /».•/ Lru<i'j <tt generally. J. C. MSNDUNHALL & CO., bOLE rr.oriusTC'is, m^SVILL^ IliI>IA^A. CERTAIN C.SRN CUCE Ceres Corns, TVi** j and Ranlons. iZd 04 rj. av ZZZ1Z. For stilt- lo 11. Evans <V Co. l.rsiil tdvt i tiseuienh. SHERIFFS SALK. □ X« tire it lit rt-lt) given that I will, on ■Sati rday, the It(tli tl.ii of December. 1' sT. in front of the court house in tin town of F; crest City. county of St. Fram-is. Suite of Arkansas, between t a- hours of it o'clock a.m. and if o'clock p.m.. offer anil sell to tilt- high est and host bidder, on a credit of four months, with interest from day of sale, the following th-set tiled real estate, situated and being in the State and county above mentioned, to-wit: Lots t, 2, 3, 4 and d in the northeast quarter of section (5), the north halt and mc.thrust quarter of sotithee.st quarter of section (-5), containing 5t-« and 8-1 no acres; lols 1, 2, 3. 4 and V in the northwest quarter of section • 4) and the southeast quarter of section i4 . lots 1, 2. 4 and H in the north west quarter of section (8) thfl south west quarter section (3) east half sec tion (f) and the southwest quarter of section (7) northwest quarter section (7)—all in township o north, range d) east—containing in all 2,571) and Gtt-loo acres of land levied on by me by virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the office of the circuit court and to me di rected as the property of John .saint.! to satisfy a judgment in favor of (ten. I W. Weebohi, their debt with intere.-.t ] ami all cost of said suit, and against John Saint. Bond with agproved security re quired for the purchase money. D M. Wilson. Sheriff of St. Francis County, Ark. Hy tV. 11. Aldridge. I). S. November 17. lsST. 2*i-2. ■IERIF1 Notice is hereby given that I will, on Tuesilay, the titli day of Pe ember. Iss7, in front of the court house, iti the town of Forrest ( iiy, comity of St. Francis, State of Arkansas, between tin* hours of 9 o'clock a.in., and 3 o’clock p.m., offer ami sell to the high est and liest bidder, on a credit of three months, with interest from day of sale,] the following described real estate, situated and being in tiie Slate and , county above mentioned, to-wit: Phs-ks twonly-eight (Sts'. seventy three 73, one hundred and nine (10b), and the southeast quarter of block fifty-one 51 all in the town of Madi son. eoutahiiug in all-acres of land levied on by me, by Virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the of lice of the circuit court and to me di rected as tiie pro) rrty of J. L. Kichard sod, to satisfy a judgment in favor of John Ii. Jirown. for the sum of j .si 91. their debt with interest and all cost of said suit, ami against J. L. llicliard son. Pond with approved security re quired for the purchase- money. P. M. Wilson. sheriff of St. Francis County. Ark. Bv W. II. Aldridge. P. S. November I t. 1887. 29-1'. ] THU STEF’S SALE. j Notice is hereby given that under | and by virtue of a certain trust deed to : me execute I by ■!. L. Caldwell, on the ] 21st day of May. 1885. and now appear-! ingot' record in the recorder’s office of Saint Francis county, Arkansas, ini Peed Record "A," page 878, to secure an indebtedness of seven hundred and eighty-seven and 45-100 ($787 4-5: do!- j lais due from ttie said J. L. ( aid well to Smiley. Smith A Co., and the Fruit Pin Co., I will, on the 29th day of Novem-i her, lss7. al the Sheriff s office il<Kir, in the town of Fqj r* st City. St. Francis] county. Ark., within the hours for legal sales, offer to the highest and best bidder, for cash, the following real es tate. to-wit: The southwest quarter of section 24. iu township six north, in range two east, containing 173.79 acres, and the east part of lot two. in the northeast quarter of section six, in tow nship live north, in range tluee east, containing 3*t.89 acret. more or less, all in St. Francis couuty, Ark. Os.i>. *A Tayloh Trustee. : i CORRESPONDENCE INTERESTING COMMUNICA TIONS FROM THE PEOPLE. Special Corespondence to The Times. From Wynn*. I Jolin Malone, of Vanndale, was in town Sunday. K. S. T' ary. of Ixruisville, Ky.. who has been visiting in town for several days returned home Wednesday. Mr. j Terry is an inteiesling conversation , alist ami entertained the young people | very lunch lo telling their fortunes. He speaks of locating at Wynne. He and his family would he warmly welcomed here.' .Sheriff John W. Killough was in town Tuesday. The mercantile linn of Johnson & Williams is cloned this we. k and toed business put in the hands of a receiver. Miss Sula latnier went to Forrest City. Monday. lion. Morris Raphoal.sky has pur chased the tract of land near town know n as the Jiullard place, and in tends putting rot;ages on it in the near future. ii. \ ami. of \ anndale, was in town this wci k. John M. Kelly is mnch improved after a severe illness. Mr-. I'll id. is in tow n. M" is . A Mien; ‘-What Can a Woman do. "— im plied by Mrs. M. L. Kuyue—is a most excellent publication. Harrell Newstone and Mr. Morse have moved to the re ulemo lately va cated by Mr. Meyers. I It Jo 11 Oliver, of Crawfordsville, w a t liere last Week. Mrs. J. It. ltobertscn went to F r rest city. 1 uesclay. T, ains from tfio K. C. load passed over the H. & I. M. this week owing to a trestle bteug burned on that road. Me- is. l'arkin and Ilall.fi rnterly of this place, were in town a short while Sunday. Pentonul. Mr. N. II. Froliehstein, < f Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great pleasure in recommending I>r. King's New Dis covery tor Consumption, having used it for a sever* attaek of bronchitis and catarrh, it gave me instant relief and entirely cured me an 1 1 have not been afflicted sine,*. 1 also beg to state that I had tried other remedies with no good result. Have also used Kleotrie Hitters and I)r. King's New Life Fills, both of which 1 mi) recommend. Dr. King s X u Diseovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds is sold <m a positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at C. F. Hinton's drug store. Frmn On account of sickness your corre s|sm<leut lias been unable to write for ibe past few weeks. However nothing of any great interest lias occurred since our writing. The new residences of Dr. J. A. Wil liams and S. P. McDaniel arc nearing completion. Kd Cunningham left for lhowtis viile, Totui.. his old home, i.sst Wednes day. lie will he misled from behind the counters of Williams & Scott. The see l agents are having some trouble in getting ears at this place. We don't know what the trouble is. Mrs. Wall and Miss Gray, who have hoen visiting Mr. Crockett and w ife, of Haynes, left for their home in Missis sippi last Wednesday. One deer w as killed by a party out hunting last week. Among the number w ere .1. It. Hodges, W. M. Jolley. ». T. McDaniel. P. II. Kvans ami others. Dr. Scott, brother of Janies L. Scott, of tliis place, was down to see us this week, lie speaks of locating sonte wiieie in tlm county. Mrs. II. Evans has been quite sick tills week, but we are glad to know she is much I letter. An entertainment was given at the residence of Mr. J. It. Gray, at which a a number of our young folks were present, recently. Mrs. E. L. Vadakiu and Miss Dora H chall. of your city, were the guest., of Mr. T. 11. Iloshall and wile last Sunday. Itorn, to Mr. and Mrs. I.. 1). Fergn son, on the ldtli. a son, weighing ten pound*. It was their first hoy ami Mr. Ft rguson w as more delighted than the i father of "Dora Annette." HALL’S 8100 Bewartl. '8100. The readers of Tiik Times will l>t' pleased to learn that there is at least •ue dreaded disease that sc twice lias hi ,-i able to cure in all its stages, amt that l* catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the unl;. positive cure now known to tlie medic 11 fraternity. Catarrh lieing a constituli' iial disease. Catarrh Cure is taken inteiuulK. acting directly ni><in the blood am) mucus surfaces of ttie system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tim proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars tor any case it fails to cure. Send for list ol testimonials. Address. I'. .1. i'HK.N ICY .V CO.. Toledo. (>. Sold by druggists. 76 cents. Catarrh Cure! I'rotii Hay tie#, II. C, Itightor, of Helena, is in town, buying eoltou. Mio. IC. M Harper, of Forrest City, was with friends here Monday. U. I. Jones and w ife are in St. Louis this week. I)r. J. W. McfTeudmi was suddenly i ailed to Tenn -ssec hist week, by the death of his aunt. Johnnie Thomas ha^ returned from school at Uus-'cttville. Ky. Frank Wall, wife, son and Miss Rivers Cray, of Mississippi, who h ive j • been visiting Mr. Crockett aud wife. ; returned home Wednesday verv much ! ’ pit possessed with this portion of our ! tflate. Mrs. A. V, Williford is having a j residence built here. The March winds and the tire keep ! us in constant alarm. W. (1. Hargraves is now behind the counters of T. G. Phillips. W. It. Crockett was in Forrest City Wednesday. tt t Trll You Mainly llmt Simmons Liver Regulator w|ll tW you of dyspepsia. headache, constipa tion and bihousncs*. It will break up chills and fever an.I prevent their re turn. and is a complete antidote for all malarial poison—yet entirety free from quinine or calomel. Try it. and you w ill l*e astonished at the good re sults of the genuine Simmons Liver Regulator, prepared by J. II. /.cilia ,v ■ Co. Only genuine tor sale by V. B ;:>ye. 1'wkh is the potent factor of the world to-day. l'apor diapers have been followed by a recent invention, or rather adaptation, of pipic. niache to make eoflins It now is the moat important commodity. final excepted, that tnan uses from the cradle to the Crave. Its most important use is in : the matter of newspapers. When so used it is a true index to a man's character; for. aside from his local paper, which every man that is worth m snap of the Unger subscribes for. whether he ever reads it or not. his papers are an index to his thought. Religious papers tell the church, i>o | litical papers the party and trade; and professional papers the li md pro fessions. So in the trad rofes sions. The time is raj i pr ach ing when men will bo u trued of i ot taking half ado; apers than they would he to scot ; r com pany to a table of cabbage el Corn bread. The class of men who “take , more than they can read,” and refuse I to support a local paper on that ac | count are so small, both in numbers and influence, that their communities will bobcUei oh after Uieir funeral.— l i vents. I.iM' >'«» Happy It Ay. I.earn to make the most of life Anil lose no happy liny, Time can novel bring The hack chances swept away. ‘■vi if you have chills anil fever ifeed's Chill Cure i- the only efTei tual remedy. It never fails when property used. A Ikjx of pills with each bottle. Kor sale ant! w arranted by 11. Evans & Co. The strike of the Southern Pacific railway switchmen, organized at Houston, Texas, several days ago, has extended to Galveston and is there made to apply to the Houston & Texas Central railway and Missouri Pacific as well. This action on the part of the strikers is owing to the fact of the two railroads pooling their freight. from the Goldra City. H. \. Marwick. G dden City. Mo., writes: “1 have tried your C. C. C.. ■•Certain Chill Cure-’ and find it due to the name “Certain” as it cured me of chills anil fever after all remedies failed.” Warranted at II. Evans &. Co. fsKI.l' I M I’llRTAM E. There are a few persons in the world who imagine that the whole eartti was made for their especial henelit. and have an idea that everything that is s iiii and done lias special reference to them in some way. Such people may manage to derive a great deal of pleas ure from their setf-iuiportHiice, hut. they are like fleas, very small parts of the make-up of creation, though a great nuisance to all with whom they ccme in contaet. if they would only stop to think how easily the place of the most gifted and learned people of the day is tilled, they might learn something of their intiueriee on the world's nui ehincry.— V idette. ^oTpun»r!o!D!preTt^^^as»ey!pi1(icip*l^^ I j.D.S.Dav'8,V.Prei't.*Chas.Roberti,Sec,jf4Trta>» | Tin- lending li me School of the South. The most thorough Literary and most extensive Industrial Depart ments in the South. The Art and Music Departments me unexcelled. Telegraphy, Plumogiaphy, Tyje-Writ ing mid lJook-Keepirig special 1 cut urea. Send for Catalogue to I) 11. SEALS. A M . 1’res. I will sell my Ten Pin Alley and other interests at tie- Stuart Springs cheap for cash. K. L Vahakix. !a Cash. Three Worcester's aud three Web ster's Dictionaries, worth $Hu. mid four Dictionary Holders, worth *1.> 5>, given ns Prizes tor tiest essays answering the • pie.-.;, 'ii ‘"Why should l use a Diction arv holder?' For full particulars send to La Verne W. Novos, tt!> and 101 W. Monroe Street, <'hieago. tin maker of Dictionary Holders. Or, inquire at your liook store. BLANKS. We Have the Following in Stock. Snbpumas. Kxccntions. Trust deeds. Bonds for title. I tee* ignorances. Bonds for costs. Replevin bonds. Justices’ fee bills. Ma>or s subpoenas. (»rd.-i's for delivery. Writ of guruishinonf. Jionds for attachments. Summons. in civil i uses. (oinmilmciits haibiHe. Mayor's warrants of arrest. I ommiliucuts—not bailable. Warrants of Arrest—all courts. A Aide v its for warrant of arrest. <’ uuiuitmeats for One and costs. Attida\ it for s|iccilic attachment. Mortgages, with power of sale. etc. Jonunltioents during examination. Justices' attachments—two kiiuls. Chattel mortgages, with power of sale. Warranty deeds, for unmarried Iver sons. Writs of execution—suit by attaeli I UMIlt. Affidavits for attachment — two kjnds. Bonds for recovery of personal property-• (iarnishments—allegations and inter rogatories. Bonds for plaintiff to obtain delivery of property. Quit claim deeds, with relimpash m-nt of dower. Warranty deeds, with relinquish went of dower. Affidavits for attachment, to obtain '.ri.Yc.'y ( i jroferty. TORPID LIVER I» know it by these marked peculinrltiest ! 1. A feeling of wcurim Hamid pains iu ths limbs. 2L M breath. b«d taste hi the month* ami furred tongue. 8. Omiti pat ion, with occasions! attacks of dltirrluca. 4. Hmdadio, in the front of the head: nausea, diaxineia, and yellowness of skin. R. Heartburn, ton* of appetite, tt. Distention of the hI'HuiicIi and bowels by wlml. 7. Depression of spirits, and great melan choly, with lajcdtudcand a disposition to leave every tiling for tomorrow. A natural flow of Rile from the Liver In rofiitial to good health* When this la obstructed It result* In BILIOUSNESS, o-hVfc, »f soon lead* to c^rlons dlaeuaea. Himrnona Liver liegulatoro xert* a most felicitous Infliienccovcr every kind of biliousness. Jt restores (ho Liver to proper working order, regulates the aeere ttioti of bile and puts the digestive organa In auch condition that they can do their t*est work. A fler la king t his medicine uu ouo will say, "1 am bilious.’* *'I Have been’Mibject to severe spelU of Con gestion of the Liver, and have been in the habit of Uk ing from 15 to w grain* of calomel which gen erally laid me up f»r three or four days. Lately I have liecti taking Simmons Liver Regulator, which yave me relief without any interruption in bosine**."—J. IIiron, Aliddleport, Ohio. ».»x r^cEjirure has oor 55 (!amp in red on front of Wr.ppn, J. II. Zclliu ti to., rUtedoIrMa, trm. The genuine at (’. F. Hinton's._ Rho\:Ui l*e v.h A i; f«w lucuHis Ix-foru cotiuneKal. 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