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SKMPI.K, HIHGE& CO’S COLUMN AGENTS FOB BRADFORD'S PORTABLE “ FRENCH BURR MILLS, BOLTS, SMUTTERS, &e. PAHPHT.rrft farnfaliod, end cttimatee made. < 13 South Mala Street, St. I.oule. Tertleawritin*, please mention la what paper they read this advertisement. SORGHUM MACHINERY, CANE MILLS, EVAPORATING PANS, FURNACES. Pamphlets and Prices sent to parties applying, who will please mention in what paper they saw this advertisement. Semple, Birge & Co., 13 SOUTH MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS. THE DUBOIS PATENT (Improved Flange-Rib) COTTON Q-11ST. The Highest Premiums at the State Fairs a Houston, Texas; Jackson, Miss., ami Sclaia, Ala i Cotton- Prrsur* and llorsc-Pswsrf Parties answering this, please stato luwha paper they read it dF.tlPLK, BIRGK Ac CO., Agricultural Implements & Hardware Specialties 13 South .'Iain St, ST. LOUIS. Burdick’s National HAY & FEED CUTTER, Will Cut mere, in a given time, with less powet than any Cutter In tho market. A bar of iron may bo run into this macblno when In full motion, and we will warrant nothing worse to occur than a small dent in the knife. Ret ommended by the SI reel Railway OODpenk of fit. Louis and Louisville For description and prices address SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO. Manufacturers Agricultural Implements and 8pi dailies in Hardware, 13 Boeth main St., Bt I<eeii cp* Pleaae#mcntion lu what paper you readthL THE WHITE WA TER WAGOh FOR FARM, PLANTATION AND FREIGHT ALSO SPRING AND DEMOCRAT WAGONS. Where we have no Agents we will sell direct to parties , desiring them. Price anc description furnished on ap plication. The Whitewatei costs a trifle more than ordi nary wagons, but is th< cheapest in the long run. SEMPLE, B1RGE&CO 13 SOUTH MAIN ST.. ST. LOUIS. Parties writing us, wil please mention in what pa per they read our advertise ment, as we wish to aiv< credit where it is due. ■ Bool’s Improved Soction Boats PATENTED. Portable, Speedy ami Strong. The Standar float a for Exploring, Travelling, Hunting, Kiel lug, Trapping. Ac. I/- For description au pricey addrtsa SEMPLE, BfRGE & CO, 13 SOUTH MAIN STBEET, ST. LOUIS, tr '.ml I'luic .tat© lu wliat ;«l’.r you read UUi 'NONPAREILMILLS. For grinding Corn ami Col».t oru ^ Rl*'ttj, I»l IlgAjloUlNM’tC. lOaiZCM For 11 ami or Power. Aim French fone*llurr Hllla and ( ollon-Vcd llullor* Illun'ted pamphlet free. Addrtni I hcuiplr. Hirgc A <’«•, U So.,fli Main St.bt. V.eule. M - S^auu pKuit &Lalc in what paper you read till* 1875. 1875. PROSPECTUS! OF THE RUSSELLVILLE DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ksiMle, Pop: county, Ark. The Democbat, WILL BE An Advocate of Liberal Progressive DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, ' —And a complete record of— Current Events! Both in and out of our county and State And devoted to > LOCAL, POLITICAL, 1 COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND LITERARY INTELLI GENCE. EM pii ath: ally tiii “P E O P L K S P A P K It j Tub Dkmocbat is thoronghly in dependent in its course, under n pledge or covenant to support til * schemes or fortunes of any man o . set of men, always having at hear I* first, the good of tire people of Pop i comity, and of the state of Arkai sas. It claims no right to lead o direct in politics, or any othe sphere; hut it does claim the rigid ■ and will fearlessly and at all time assert it, to speak its own opinions on all matters coming within tin j scope of its duty as an iudepeuden \ journal. Whatever prominence i . maintains in the affairs of tliii t county or State, will lie voluntarily accorded by the people who suppor ^ it. In short the Dkmocbat wlshe • to be judged solely upon its owi > merits as a local and state newspa per, having fur its chief object tic ^ dissemination of the news of the da' with siu li comments upon curreii topics as seem appropriate unit ar conscientiously entertained by it management. It will heartily sup port all movements, politieal o otherwise, which promise to fur tliur, and unhesitatingly oppos those which would jeopardize, tli interests of the people. Ill ever, ^ department It will lie as cnteiprh 2| I jj I mg as its patronage will justify ^ Sensible men will approve tlie btisl 4 ness management that limits expeu 1 * diture to tliehounds of income; on P 2 ly fools or enemies ex licet a degre * 4 of excellence ill ail points Hint cm C alone he attained hy tlie posscssioi i of resources and income. TERMS! I year (in advance).$15 i Six Months..., 7 i Letters for publication and eon: * iniiuleatious relative to tlie edltoriu department slioulil lie addressed l I AMES K. BATTENFIELD. Communications from advertiser! ’ or upon any business connected wit the oflilcc should be addressed to It. F. JOBE, iillHMt b* BEATTY p,ANO! AGENTSWANTED! (Male or Fe male,) to take orders. DANIEL F BEATTY, Washington New Jersey THE SUnT^ NEW YORK CITY. WEEKLY AND DAILY FOR 1875, The Weekly Sun has now attainci a circulation of over seventy thou sand copies. Its readers are foum in every State and Territory, and iti quality'is well known to tlie ptibllc We shall not only endeavor to keiq it fully up to the old standard, liu to improve and add to its varlcti and power. The Weekly Sun will continue ti lie a thorough newspaper. All tin news of tlie day will lie found in it condensed when unimportant, a full length when of moment, am always we trust, treated In a clear interesting and instructive manner. * It is our aim to make tlie Weekli Sun the best family newspaper ii tlie world. It will be full of enter tabling and appropriate rending o every sort, but will print nothing ti offend the most scrupulous and deli cate taste. It will always eon tali the most interesting stories and ro ■nances of tlie day carefully selectei and legibly printed. Tlie Agricultural Department is prominent feature in the Weekl; Sun, and its articles will always b fresii and useful to the farmer. The number of men dependent 01 politics is increasing, and til Weekly Sun is their paper especial ly. It liclongs to no party, am obeys no dictation, contending fo principle, and for the election o tlie best men. It exposes the cor caption that disgraces the countr; and threatens tlie overthrow of re niiblicaii institutions. It lias n fear of knaves and seeks no favor , from their supporters. The markets of every kind am the fashions are regularly reports in its columns The price of the Weekly Sun i one dollar a year for a sheet of eigli pages, and tlfty-six columns. A tliis barely pays the expenses of pa per and printing, we are not able t make any discount or allow air premium to friends who may mak special efforts to extend its circulii . tion. Under the new law, wide requires payment of postage in ail vance, one dollar a year, with twen ty cents the cost of prepaid pofttag added, is the rate of subscription It is not necessary to get up a clu in order to have the Weekly Sun 11 • this.rate. Anyone who sends on dollar and twenty cents will get th paper post-paid, for a year. We have no traveling agents. The Weekly Sun.— Eight page! tlfty-six columns. Only $1.20 year, postage prepaid. No discom . from this rule. The Daily Sun.—A large font , page newspaper of twenty-eight col umns. Daily circulation over 121 000'. All the news for two cent: Subscription, postage prepaid ii cents a month, or $0.50 a year. T r clubs of ton or over a discount < twentv per cent. . Address “THE SUN,” New York City. BEATTY’S ■MS*' The I>est of all. .Send stamp fn r list of testimonials. Address. DAN I EE F. BEATTY, Washington r X. J. • q q 3 3 3 q SUBSCRIBE FOR , —THE— RUSSELLVILLE DEMOCRAT t A LIVE Home Paper, Devoted to the interests of tit t People of Arkansas, generally, i AND . To the Citizens of PofeCounti ; Particularly. Price, $1 50, in advance. t « - -— ‘ Any person getting up a dub c Five, will be entitled to a i copy free. Uv MK L L«I L 3K n a a a a a BE ATT VIC CHURCH, SAB . DC A I I To BATH SCHOOL HALL, LODGE,' OFFICE CADI , NET ORGANS. Rest in use. Sen stump fur circular. Address DAN IEL F. BEATTY, Washing ton, N. J. . Umhood: Bow loti, Bow Eestoreo Just published, a ne1 edition of DR. CUI - — rr VKRWKLLS CKLF IIHATF1D ESSAY on the indict ■ eure (without medicine) of Sjiei mntorluca, or seminal Losses, In: s portency, Mental and I'liysict , Incapacity, Impediments to mm riage, etc.; also coiK.umptioi i F'pilepsy and fits, induced by sel indulgence or sexual extrav gance, &c. IPWPiice in sealed envelopi only six cents. The < cl eh rated author, in this admiral) Kmxhv, clearly demountrateM. from a thirl ’ years* successful practice, that the nlarn in# conneqnence* of self-abuse may 1 - radically cured without the dangerous ui of internal medicine or an application of ti I knife; pointing out a mode of cure at om simple, certain, and effectual, by means i ! which every sufferer, no matter what h - condition may he, may cure himself cheaj i ly, privately,” ami radically. * dfThls Lecture should lie in III i, hands of every youth and every mu in the laud, Sent under seal, in a plain enve npe to any address, post pah • on receipt of six cents or two po I, stamps. Address the Publishers, (HAS. J. C. KUNE A CO. I -7 Bowery, New York: Pod i oltice Box, 438(1. REAL—ESTATE—AGENCY. LEWIS W. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND Real Rstate Art Rurskllvillk, 1'or* Co., Ann, Will fittend promptly to nil business on i trusted to IdR cnre. in connection with th< practice of lnw he lias established a ’ Real—Estate—Agency, in Pope and the adjoining counties, ami t< those who wish either to sell or purchasi > lands in Pope, Johnson, Yell or Conwaj * Counties will And that I am prepared to of * fer inducements sever offered before bj any ot he r agency. I These C ounties are situated iu the hear * of the Coal-&—Iron-Region 1 of the State. Coal of the finest quality ‘ abounds in large quantities in each o them. es)>ecially in Pope and Johnson where mining is now' in successful am highly remunerative operation. 1 They also possess fanning lands unsur | passed by any other counties in the State and will compare favorably with any ot’ ci states in the (Tnion, for fertility of soil am 1 salubrity of climate. There are in these counties a largt amount of > Valuable—Timber* principally oak, cottonwood, walnut, chcr | ry, hickory, gum, sycamore, maple, ash am . pine. f range is most superior, ami very fln< for stock raising. Clover, timothy am r herd*grass grow well on the low lands. The counties are well situated for the* eon j vcniciice of transportation, as they horde ^ on the Arkansas river, and the Little Rod and Fort Smith Railway passes throng! | Conway, Pope and Johnson, which is com j pleted and in active operation as far a Ozark in Franklin county. . The |Mipiilation of these counties is a bon ^ as follows:—Pope 10,000; Conway 9,000; Yel ^ 13.500, Johnson 10,000. They also posses good educational facilities in the way o nuninmim 1 \ Schools—It—Academies i - The various Christian denominations ar l well represented, and there are also ninner - ous lodges of Masons, Odd Fellows an - Hood Templars, all in an active and flour f» ishing condition. There is also a live, wid . awake grange in almost every township. Parties wishing to purchase lands thre t this agency, will place in this office a dis l* cription of the kind and character ofth land wanted, also the amount of mono they want to invest in lands. Lands placed in the hands of this ngenc » for sale, if the owner so desires, will be ad vertised free until sold; then a reasonabl 1 advertising fee, with ten per cent, for sell lug will be retained. All further informa " tion will be given free upon upplicatio ■ with |K>stage stamp to pay postage. 1 an» also prepared to furnish Maps c • and information concerning all lands i Pope County subject to homestead and wi locate the same for parties on lilieral term: 1 Among others we have the followin lands for sale:— ACRE?*, near Dover, the Conn Jsi\J\.J ty-siteof Pope Comity, parti ■ unproved; situated in a tine community, i one-half mileof a flue steam flouring mil r Church and school facilities good. 10 mill from the L. R. A Ft. 8. Ry. Price $2,000. r y OT OF TWO ACRES OF LAND I MJ Dover, on which Is situated a nice rev hience. Price, $1,500. STOREHOUSE and lot in Dover, on th public square. Price, $600. SEVERAL vacant lots in Dover whir which will he sold reasonable. QA VCRRS of land, three miles north t Russellville. Rest quality of iqi land. Unimproved. Terms reasonable. QA acres of land two miles from Russell OU ville, adjoining the land routaiiiin the ouita Coal mine, and on which coal « the liest quality boldly jilts out. Thi ) land we will sell or lease—prefer to least 'l ilt* owner has no money, but wants th coni developed anti will 1 ease on very fa vorable terms. Those who wish to engng in the coal business can do no better than t put themselves immediately in correspond ence with me for now is the time for on with capital to make a good investment. S VTItE lot on Buchanan Street, in Rm sellville, tin which is erected a larg ami commodious anil well arranged liver stable, 190 \ arils from depot. A good Imr gain offcreil. Those wishing to purchas had better call early. 1 \ FT ACRES of land on the Arkausa I river. One of the best farms i Pope county. TO aeries in a high state c: cultivation, which can be rented for $1 per aero per year. Will produce 60 busliel of corn and one bale of cotton i»er acre wit reasonable cultivation. A good invest lueiit. Price $5,000. O SAAACUE8 of unimproved lan " " situated in the southern por tiou of the state. Cheap for cash. f ¥ f'OTKL! Large and commodious; on th Jl 1 corner of .Main and River strecti Rest bargain in the county. This is u rar inducement fora man who wants to go int the hotel business. Furniture will lie sol with the house. Cull or write for furthe particulars. Address, Lewis W. Davis, s Russellvile, Pope County, Ark. • 0/flfce—On /liver street^ nearly ojtjtosite J. i Shinn's stitre. |.luly 1 -tf. 1 I : BEATTY PIANO! ■ COMBINES EVERY IMPROVE MKXT known. tSTSend stamp fo ? Circular. Address I). K. BEAUTY | Washington, N. J. ' umirnmnumi Time Changed! On and after Sunday, May 9, 187fl , trains on tills road will leave Argen , ta daily, except Sundays, at 8:00 a in., Memphis time, and Arkivjc at Ai.ti's.4:10 p. u .] Leave Alti'8.6:30 a. ii Arrive at Abokxta. 2 :30 p. n Close connections made at RUSSEL V1LLE with daily line of stages fo «, Dardanelle and Danville, and a Ai.ti s with stages for Ft. Smitl and Van Huron. And Fayettevlll « Mondays, Wednosdavs and Friday* J Time from Clarksville to St. Louis 24 nouns AND TO MKMI'IIIH ao nouns, Connection made at Argenta wltl the Memphis & Little Rock Railway and close connection at the crossin of the Cairo & Fulton railroad wit trains north and south. Throng Bills of Lading given from Ft. Smlt '» Van Buren, Ozark, Clarksville, an 11 all points on the road to New Yorl Boston, Providence, I’hiladclphh St. Louis, Memphis, New Orlcum Ac. Rates low, and trausportntio t- rapid. TIIKO. HARTMAN, Superintendent, THE ARIOX PIANO-FORTE. = TELE HIM miMRTE Has No E^ual! SEVEN REASONS . FOR PURCHASING AN AEION PIANO. I ' I FIRST. There are FOUR Valuable PATENTED Improvements in the ARION 1 Plano, which SIMPLIFY its construction, and which the most unskilled person can understand, MUST IMPROVE the TONE and DURABILITY ' of the Instrument. SECOND. The Arion Is as perfect an instrument In workmanship and quality of materials used in its construction ASUAN BE MADE, and every Piano we manufacture is fully warranted for five years. THIRD I These Instruments have greater VOLUME of TONE combined with . a perfect EVENNESS throughout the scale, and a length and purity ot . vibration, that cannot be found in any other square Piano. FOURTH f Tlie Arion remains in tune longer than any other Piano in the world, r as has been fully demonstrated since its first introduction to the Musical Public; for proof of this fact read our testimonials front purchases. FIFTH t» ALL our Instruments are 71-3Octaves, and they are the largest square - Pianos manufactured. We use the SAMEljUALiTY of materials, and i pay the same price for workmanship for our plain Pianos, as we do for the high-priced onus. ; SIXTH Although TIIE ARION costs to manufacture more than any other * Piano made (owing to its peculiar construe loti). we sell at lower figures than the SAME (JRAI)Eof Piano can be purchased for elsewhere; because - we are desirous of increasing our business, our facilities for mauufactur t ing being UNLIMITED. SEVENTH „• Over Seven Thousand Purchasers in all parts of the world, who have • purchased Arion Pianos, now testify to the excellent tone anil great dura bility of these instruments; while nearly all the Conservatories of Music ~ throughout the United States have adopted the ARION PIANO. !l f * \ H " HT’I ’I e Patent Arion Piano-Fortes have been adopted and arc used cx l* eluslvely in the New York Conservatory of Music. J ‘ It is acknowledged that the most severe test a Plano can undergo is constant use in a Conservatory. The New York Conservatory of Music - has constantly in iisu upwards of Thirty Arion Pianos, and we re ■ sportfully refer to this institution as to the durability and excellent '' qualities'of our instruments. Our Pianos are also used by the leading - Seminaries and Colleges throughout the United States, and by many of l' tlie principal Opera Troupes. it 1 f ) a __ 1 CAUTION! TO THE PUBLIC:—Xo Piano-Forte lias ever become so popular, ami > gained such an excellent reputation, in the same spue of time, as J tlie AKION PIANO. Eaeli year sinee its iiitroiiuetiou, lias the demand increased, and three times already have we found it necessary to enlarge our factory. The great ami constantly increasing demand for the AKIOX PIANO lias led others to offer to the public a “cheap” (?) Piano bearing a similar name to ours. In order that no person need he misled by pur chasing one of these iiistrumeiiss, thinking they are obtaining a Piano ot our manufacture, and witli our patented improvements we call attention ■ to the following fact, namely :— All (lie Pianos we manufacture have the following east in large letters, on the right hand end oi the iron plate, viz.: : ARION PIANO-FORTE, Patented Nov. 13. lSUO, and June 23, ISOS. , As the above can neither be put on nor removed after the plate is first - cast, it is therefore a perfect safeguard to purchasers. f» t i Write for Illustrated Pamphlet, and mention where you saw tills notice. Address I f C _ I Arion Piano-Forte Co., ! Ho. 5 E. 14th St., ; Apil3-m-12-7”* IMew York City. MISCELLANECU'S ADV"IS BEATTY p,ANO! ENDORSED BY THE BEST MU sicai. authorities throughout, the world as THE BEST. D. K. BEAT TY, Proprietor, Washington, X. J. The Lock Stiteh invented hy MR. HOWE, and made on this Machine, is the most popular and durable, is alike on both sides, and will neither rip nor ravel, and all Sew lug Ma chines are subject to the principal in vented by hint. A Machine was needed possessing SIM PLICITY and DURABILITY, and adapted to a great range of work; one easily under stood and comprehend ait hy all. To pro duce such a machine hns been the study ol KLIaS HOWE. »JIL, who gdvc the world THE FIRST SEWING MACHINE, more than twenty years ago; and now we offer his last production—n Machine embracing all the essential qualities, and prenounced Use Best Machine in the World! Persons from a distance can order a Ma chine with j»t*,rfect confidence of being able to operate it in a few hour- successfully, by the aid of the printed instructions that ac company each Machide. The demand for this NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINE Is unprecedented in the history of Sewing Machines. ASK YOLK MERCHANT to order a IIOWK for you, THE IIOWE MACHINE CO., Maytlyl. St. Louis, Mo. BEATTY PIANO! NO OTHER PI ANO-FORTE has at tains! the same popularity. fWSeml stamp for Circular. 1). F, BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey. Rink the highest for Durability, Perfect Work, am1 Ease nf Operation. They are the most silent, light running anil serviceable, the easiest to sell, ami n»o» willingly paid for, nml answer every reqtufefnent It the family uml manufactory. liberal term* fi A cents. Address, “ Domestic” Sewing Machine Co., Ken‘Tork, Comprise a large amt varied assortment *»f Pattern for Lnaies*, Misses’, and Children’s Garments of foreigi and domestic designs, by the most accomplish?! hloittetee. They are the most perfect titling, inos elaU.ratc, and yet the most simple |atterns ever pre rented to the public, and take tlie lead wherever kitro ducetl. Agent* wanted. Send for illustrated Cats logue. Address, ta “l)o»»«tk” S»wl»; Marlilne Co., Kew-York Prvotri. to K.riiiot, I.ittratcrk am» Art A thoroughly reliable, refined and pnietlc 1 Informal, concerning matters ot Fashion in all its departments a repository of cliutrc ami entertaining literature, hand some illustrations, art criticisms,etc., etc., and a.louma specially minuted to the wants of the home-circle Terms, #1.60 per yenr. Specimen copies free. One Dollar «;ivzn Away to every subscriber ii the celebrated •• Ih>me*tic" Paper Faehiou* ns pr« luium. Canvatunm wanted everywhere. Address, “Domestic” Monthly, “BobtrUc” Bnil.lli.g, XtwY.rk BEATTY p,ANO! THE BEST IX USE. Cg-Seiul stamp for circular. DANIEL F BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey t^Evarj Lady should take lt.^ petersonYmagazine. Postage Pum-Paid on all Subscrip tions. This popular Monthly Magazine givei more for tlie money than any in tlie world, For 18T5 it will lie greatly improved. It wil! contain one thousand pages, fourteen splen did Steel Plates, Twelve colored Berlin Patterns, Twelve Mammoth Colored Fash ions, nine hundred WoodCuts, Twenty-foui pages of Music. All this will be given foi TWO DOLLARS a year, postage prepaid by the publisher, or a dollar less than Mag azines of the class tf “Peterson.” Its THRILLING TALES & NOVELETTES Arc the best published anywhere. The Mammoth Colored Fashiin Plates Arc abend of all others. To every person getting up either of the following clubs for 1875 will la* sent gratis, a copy of our new and splendid mezzotint for framing, size 21x21! inches, “Washington’s First Interview With His Wife.’’ This is a live dollar engraving, and the most deni rouble premium ever oflered. For large clubs, as will be seen below, an extra copy of the Magazine will Ik* sent in addition. Terms (always in advance) $2 a year postage prepaid by tilt: publisher. 2 copies for $3.<10, 3 copies for $4.8C Postage prepaid on the club, with n copy of the superb mezzotint, to the person getting up the club. I! copies for $10, 0 copies for $14, 12 copies for $18. Postage pre-pahl on the club, with both an extra copy of the Magazine and the superb mez zotint, to tile person getting up tire club. Address, post-paid, (IIAKI.ES .1. PET EPSON, SOtiCiiesniit St., Philadelphia, Pa. tSTSpecimen cobles sent if writ ten for. Peterson’s Magazine and tin* Dem ocrat will Ire sent to one address, for one year, for $3. MayFttf. BEATTY p,ANO! l3f“Scud stamp for full informa tion, Price 1,1st, Ac., Ac., DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. BEATTY’S oPrAgRal n SI Any llrst-class PA 1 NT EH AND LKTTEKKK can Hud something to his advantage try addressing the manufacturer, DANIEL F. BEAT TY, Washington, N. J. BEATTY’S okTa *s Tire boat and most lasting parlor or gan now in use. No oilier parlor organ Iras ever attained the same popularity. Send stamp for circu lar and for terms to dealers. Agents wanted everywhere. Address, DAM EL F. BEATTY, Washington, I X. .1. j MISCELLANEOUS ADV’TS. BEATTY’S cl bELBo"f^D TONGUE PAltliOft ORGANS are highly recommended by Prof. (). H. Hunger, Rev. A, M. Kelley Baltimore, Md.; Prof. John B. Row land, Rev. S. Dinner, Washington. I>. G. S. Dvsart, Bloomfield, Iowa; (J. W. Robinson, Prof. Jolm gton, Philadelphia, and thousands of others as the liest in use. Send stamp for extended list of tidtilun nials before buying a parlor organ. Agents wanted everywhere. Ad dress. DANIEL F. BEATTY, Wash ingtoi^^^m^^^ PRINTING! TIIE DEMOCRAT, Is Prepared to do a General “ Printing Business, ! —Such as printing— Books, Pamphlets, Railroad Forms, Coupon Tickets, Let- 1 ter-hcads. Bill-heads, Note Heads, Receipts, Monthly Statements, Bills La- j ding, Envelopes, Ship ping Tags, Wedding Invi tations, Wedding Cards, Bus iucss Cards, Scrip, etc., etc. —A1.SO Posters, Hand-bills, Dodgers, Etc,, i Which we will print in the best Style, At living prices. Dont fail to call at the Dem* ocrat ofllcc to get. your Printing done. Russellville Printing Association, Ofllcc, llattenflchl IJuihliug, K. Main st. 'BEATTY’S “S ; KN TONGUE PARLOR ORGANS. Rays ok Light Fkom thk Press: “Beatty’s Golden Tongue Parloi Organs have won for themselves a . good reputation far and wide.— : Washington, (N. J.) Star, j “We would recommend tills ex. . cellent instrument to the musical world, for its fineness of tone.”— ; Petersburg (Ind.) Democrat. “Woodbine Lodge of Odd Fellows has purchased a “Golden Tongue” organ, and it is the best instrument ' ever brought to this town.”—Woods- . town (N. J.) Register. The instrument gives entire satis faction. My brother, who purchas ed the organ, is highly pleased.— Memphis, (Mo.) News. ’ Those who wish to purchase a first-class Instrument for home, 1 hall or church music should try a Beatty by ull means.—Ilersey (Mich) Outline. Its tone equals the finest we ever heard.—Edina (Mo.) Democrat. It is pronounced a splendid instru ment.—James E. Hall’s letter to Finlay (Ohio) American Patrion. A reputation which places them above suspicion! They are indors ed by the highest musical authorities throughout the world as the best.— St. Charles (Mo.) Gossip. Agents wanted everywhere to canvass for this superior instrument. Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. ARTHUR’S \ ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE. 1S7a Bright, Cheerful. Progressive, al io Id. ways up to the advancing thought of the times the IIOMK MAil AZIN K talces rank with tin* leading and most influen tial periodicals of the day. It fn the side of iViM|H*ran< c ami true Christian morality. Whatever is hurtful to Society it coudemns, without fear or favor, and makes itself fell in the Homes of the People iia u power for good. THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD /in1;'; America is more thoroughly ideatitied with the People in tledr Home and Hotdal I.ifi than any other periodical iu the country. “DEBORA NORMAN; "ST WS“S llKU VUI>.” A new serial 'story by T. S. Arthur, w ill be commenced iu January. “FIFTY YEARS AGO; ( \ III Ns l>|- I TIIK H KST.” B\ Kosselln ' Kiev. These papers will be fresh and new, and of unu sual interest, HOMES for the PEOPLE Sf rably suggestive art tries on Homi** and how to make them plcu.-uut and attraetive. By Mr*. K. B. DuiTey. “THE STORY TELLER.” w ill he unusually rich. Besides an abund ance of short stoi ies, two or the serials w ill be given during the year# "dIDOIOO AU/AV roTTStlio iniro rilOlOonVvMl i italde delineator of Home I#lfe and C haracter, will have an article in every mouth. DIITTCDIPI/IC SK'VKST iwttkbn? DU I I tnlUlA O for ladies' and chil dren7* dreaues are given by special arraug ment every mouth, THE LION IN LOVE, WOTfc It KAl>KK." two large and' splendid pre miumengraving-. One of tlwse is sent fuff to even subscriber# 1 iT*.> -n a year is tire price of “Arthur’* TIllustrated Home Magazine.’* T. S. ARTHUR & SON, lMtiii<tcl|>liiu, Pa. ■BEATTY'S » I lONOUE* P. rl >r (>rgans are ranked by eminent musicians as tlic leading j organ now iu use. For the Church, Sunhath School, Lodge or Parlor I they have iu> superior throughout | the World. Wo cluillcnge any inau itfucmrorto.s|ual tlicio lorswootuoss and volume oftone. Where we have no agent* we will allow any one wishing to hoy the agent’s discount. Agents wanted everywhere. Send stamp for list of testimonials ami circular of this wrondorful music producing instrument. Address, I) INI ML F. B15ATTY, Wuali | iiigtou, N. J.