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Last Saturd-.y night, Roger Q.
Mill*, wbum we expect will soon be known as Speaker Mills, made a speech at Cleveland, Ohio, to a great audience. It is a speech that men of all parlies she Jd read, because It clearly sets forth the views of the Democratic party on current issues. Every statement was reinforced by statistics from unimpeachable sources. From it we give the fol ^ lowiDg conclusions: That while free coinage is right and will ultimately prevail, it would add only $12,000,000 a year to our currency over the $58,000,000 which has been and is likely to be continu ed by our present system of silver coinage. That there is no danger whatever ; of free silver driving out gold. That the amount of money now In circulation per head of population is greater than ever before, being near ly $24. Thatthe amount now in circula tion is $5 per head more than it was in the most prosperous years since the war. That the most prosperous times in the United States was from 1850 to 1860 when the national wealth in creased 126 per cent., or doubled and one quarter more. The amount of money in circulation per head then ** was $18,33. That increase, during the lowest tariff ever known in our history will be best understood by comparison with the increase of wealth In the United States as shown by the census of 1890 which makes it 15 per cent., or less than one eight of what it was from 1850 to 1860. That the times are close and dis tressful to farmers, laborers and all families of small means, because of - ' the lack of distribution of money, and unjust taxation, and not because of the lack of the gross amount. 'PL«S tka MAMMrvn nf 4 Vl la/llf A f money among producers is on ac count of unequal and monstrous taxation. That the people of the United States pay; to the manufacturers twelve hundred million dollars an nually in excess of what they should V pay were manufactured articles sold on free trade basis, as is everything the United States produces sold in tbs free trade market of the world. That there is $50,000,000 invest ed in shoddy manfactures, to swin dle and deceive poor people in buy ing clotb and clothing. That because American manufac tures ship their goods and imple ments to foreign countries and sell alongside with European manufac turers, in some cases selling at one half the price sold to American con sumers, proves that the cry of the necessity for high tariff is a fraud sod a delusion. That the republican party doc tiineis that wealtli and prosperity are made by taxation and extrava gance, and the accumulation of wealth in a few hands. The St. Louis Republic never . waits to be driven along the path of progress by sharp competition, but keeps so far in the lead that compe tition is an impossibility. Its first bold departure was the publication of 1 ts weekly in five separate editions —one each for Missouri, Illinois, Texas, Arkansas and Kansas, and a general edition for the rest of the country. N»xt, it has made the Weekly Republic a semi weekly, is suing it in two sections of six pages each. Then it established a special tariff department, edited by Hon. W. L. Wilson, M. C. Now, it announc es that each of these original fea lu es will continue nermanentlv. and besides, that two more pages will •ood be added to one section each week, giving subscribers fourteen ps.'es regularly every week, for only one dollar a teak Sample copies will be sent free on applic .tion. The late Maj. John N. Edwards, regarded as among Missouri’s ablest writers, in one of bis peerless edi torials, said: “If the democratic party from the first hour of its creation to the pres snt hour has not been a friend of the laboring man, then kill it. If it has not si od as a wall against ev ery land g ant grab or steal and ev Ad vies to Woirai If y i would protect yourself fr n Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men struation you must use BRADFIELD’S FEMALE REGULATOR •MOniLO REGULATOR CO, ST LAWTA. *A. _ asaa mg ajll ■ ery extravagant appropriation, kill I it If It hna not been n con at tin Una - at party in every bone end fiber, seeking to preserve bone rule end state rights In their very ee seoce and purity, without which no renublic can be long free, kilt it If, In abort it baa not been the steadfast sod unselfish friend of the oppressed, no mutter by whom, or j bow, or in whet feahioo, kill It Rut 1 if, after hiving been nil three things there is e single honest work ng mnn today in the country who woold vote to destrov the democratic pur ty, thst «ame working man would murder his fetksr.M Mi Kiel, ct stalled hit earn pa go ta' Ohio on two iasuea tariff and silver —but particularly ellver. Rise# the democrats exposed hie record in congreee on ailver legislation he has been forced to devote his atteatlwa to the tariff Tha campaign is Uk ing the course which governor Campbell eaid it would sum time ago. He eaid that ao matter wbet the pisiform of tbs two pertiet might be the fight would be mede am the tariff. Ilia prediclioe has bees fal Ailed, and lately the voters of Ohio have been liateaing principally to speechea on|tbe tariff. Infact therein paign in tbnt State has become q > its TAKirr ic. It seems settled that our new Australinn ballpt *\etem must be tried to be fully appreciated. Over in Jackson county wh«*r. it was tsst ed in a recent county «eal election everybody was satisfied w ih it bimilar sentiment prevai s in Pulaa ki and Monroe counties where it h»* been tried. After all the condemns tion it has received the new aw mat prove a very good thing and hoc .roe quite popular after the Mate and county elections next year. In the death of Charles Stewart Parnell there is removed from Irish politics one of its greatest figure* Like other great leaders, be had his faults, but no one will deny that he was true to the cause of Irelai. I, and uiai in1 gave ms me ani energies m tbe struggle for the emancipation of his country from the oopretaive rule that the British government has fastened upon it. Although this is an off year politi cally speaking, the elections to occur on the third of next month in several states are of such im|x>rUoc* as to create in each considerable public interest. If the states of Iowa, Massachusetts, New York and Ohio go democratic, as now appear* probable, the republicans can ba\e the rest without protest. Ik the New York democrats are not in favor of free coinage, then they should not be trying to elect a man governor who voted far It at the last session of congress.—Globe Democrat. If tbe Ohio republicans are not in favor of free coinage they should not be trying to elect a man govern or who voted for it In several con greases. The Batesville Gnard appeared last week in a new dress. It is now typographically and editorially bright and strong, an ideal country newspaper. May honors and ducats galore reward its promoters every one. The Purest and Best. Articles known to medical science are used in in preparing Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Every ingredient is carfully selected, personally examin ed, and only the best retained. The medicine is prepared under the su pervision of thoroughly competent pharmacists, and every step in tbe process of manufacture is carefully watched with a view to securing in Hood’s Sarsaparilla the best possible result. Capt. John K. Homer Scott. Conway Log Cabin: Capt. Scott, of Russellville, passed through the city this week on his return from an overland trip to Little Rock. He is a man of 70 odd years, but as ac tive as most men of 60. On the trip down he rode from Russellville to Conway on horseback in one day, the distance being sixty miles. Capt. Scott was formerly editor of Hip Russellville Democrat. He s one of the oldest ami most prominent men in tbe State, his father, Andrew Scott having been appointed circuit judge of the first circuit of the Ter ritory of Arkansas in 1872. He is the father of I)r. Scott, a noted pys ician of Little Rock. He owns sev eral large farms in ihe river bottom near Russellville. If you feel weak and badly take P. P. P., and you will regain your health aud strength. For rheumatism, malaria and syphilis, P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root aud Potassium) is t’ best known remedy. The Westchester Presbytery has recommended Important changes in the Confession of Faith. Mr. J. J. Lane, general manager ! Georgia Southern & Florida Rail road says: “I was entirely relieved ! of headache by Bradycrolioe in flf | teen minutes. It is the only thing i iiiat relieves ine after the pain com meocca.” Dover I terns I was just thinki ag this waa tha classic found where Goldsmith penned b>» -Deserted Village" when the monotony «aa broken bv the ar rtval of Clark'* Menagerie, which aroused oar countrymen from tbelr lethargy, and they case in to aee, two ea a filly. Tbe largest crowd thronged our town that baa been here for several years. Everything passed of quietly except some who worshipped suet too freely at the •brine of Beech a*, sad one saa peeping tur ugh tbe certain received a b w tros a pufi ms and be ia bow looking far "tbe saa wbo struck Billy Patterson." The H gb School has opened with bright proanects. Ms,'sms G. A. Jesters sad James Vaogha left Bandar for ike City of H >*»s a I I f ' l»esi to tell whet kief of a Uouseoau they will bring back John Hatley cose beck hose •ad waa coiled to Morn I toe to aee bia beet girt f. D. Eakaa ia bock aof ia preparing to build a bouse. The guis are wondering wbo tbe fortunate aoa will be. When Mr. Brisk coses te low a be is greeted by the buys ekclatslag "be be id a sower went forth to now”, to res iad bis that he ie the eoie owner of a seed sneer Mr Jeeee Henry's es usaole wife hae presented his with i-esutiful twin girto Pitts ia put nag ap r«tv>a rapidly. John Dick *y is an rrrrtfied that ke coses to tows thrice a week. The L. Q 8. i misted anew sea her last week. The G. W H. baa diebeaded—they * owned their kaivee to go to tbe shew, J W Kudy ia raaniag a well augur at Oaita. Our serebants ■mi# to be doing wail, busy day and night One of our young men la ao toad of cake that he baked one and Mine '■alii# J—acted as bia Epicure. J .nab bad k congestivs cluil last week, and if J L. comes up sny more on dit says that ha Hugb(ss) to the line, he will have to dispose of J»asb. Your correspondent will close on account of going to the show and taking a reserved seat, he waa so cramped up that porous plas tars and liniments have been bia vsde mecum ever since. Z. Oct. 1J, 1*91. Con my Alliance Meeting. The Coaiuy Farmer* Alliance of Pope county, Ark., *l!l meet at Bethel, three miles south east of Russellville, October 18. 1891. at 10 o'clock, a m All subordinate lodges are requested to be represent ed. 1’. G. Snorraw, J. A. Evans, Sec. President. How to Hucreed This i* the great problem of life which lew satisfactorily aoty*. Some fail because <>» poor health oah ere want of luck, hut the majority from deficient grit—want of aerve. They are nervous, irresolute, change able. easily get the blues end “take the spirit* down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting moeey, time, op port unity and nerve force. There is nothing like the Reetoretiv* Ner vine, discovered by the greet special 1st, Dr. Miles, to car* ail screens diseases, aa headache, the blue* nervous prootrsUo*. sleep leeeaees, neuralgia, St. Vitus dsur*. fits and hysteria Trie! bottle* ead fine book of testimonials free at Weim er Drug Co. Civil service Commissioner Lyman has resigned. Klectrtc Bit Ur*. This remedy ia becoming so well known and to popular aa t« need so special mention. All who have ua ed it emg lb* same aoag of preie*.— A purer medicine does sot suet and it is guaranteed to do ail that Is claimed Electric Bitters will car* all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other alfrctioaa reused by impure biood. —Will drive me laris from the system and prevent as well aa cure all malarial fever* For cure of headache, eoa*ti|>ati<ie and indigestion try Kiectrtc Bitters — Entire saliefectlon guaranteed er money refunded.— Price &U eta and 81.50 per bottle at J. W. 'Vella Drugstore. i Vu-oit) > iperintendent Portar is to deliver a lecture in St. Louie. Syphilis, Scrofula. Biood Poison and Rheumatism are cured by P. I* P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root sad Potassium.) A bride to-be at Harrell, lad eloped, just before her intended mar mriage, with a married man. King of Medicines Scrofulous Humor A < urs “Almost Miraculous." “ When I was 14 year* of age I bad a w*w# attack of rheumatism, sod after 1 imniM had to go on crutches. A year later. scrofula, in the form of white swellings, appeared ea various parts of my body, and for II years 1 was an Invalid, being confined to iuy bed years. In that time ten or eleven sores ap peared and broke, eausiag me greet p tie ead suffering. I feared I never should gel welt “ Early in isae I went to Chicago to visit a sister, but was coo fined to my bed most at the time I was there. In July I read a book, • A Day with a Circus,’ In which were stifsean of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was so lm pressed with the success of this medietas that I decided to try It. To my great gratification the sores soon decreased, aad 1 began to feel better and in a short time I wae ap aad out of doors. I continued to tahe Hood's her saparllla for about a year, when, havlag aaed six bottles, I had become so fully released from the disease that I went to work for the Flint & Walling Mlg. Co., and sines then HAVK NOT LOST A SIN01.B PAT . on account of sickness. I believe the disease expelled from my sy stem, I always feel well, am In good spirits and hare a good appetite. I am now 27 years of age and can walk aa well as any one, except that one limb is a little shorter than the other, owing to the loss of bone, and the lores formerly on my right tag To my friends my recovery seems almost miraculous, and I think Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the king of medicines.” William A. l.EKH, # N. Railroad St., Kendall*ills, lad. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists, flistxtorfi*. Pmparedsely by C. L HOOD A CO., Apotheeanea, Lowell, Mem IOO Domi On* Dollar j Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Baking _Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Gov. Campbell has ordered suit for libel begun against the news papers publishing the statement ol ooe Wilkinson referring to the Gov ernor’s financial condition. A Pure Baking Powder. A baking powder that can be de pended upon to be free from lime and atom is s desideratum in these days : of adulterated food. So far as can be judged from the official reports, the "Royal" teems to be the only oos yet found by chemical analysis ' to be entirely without one or the other of these substances, and abso lutely pure. This, it is shown, re anils from the exclusive use by its manufacturers of cream of tartar specially refined and prepared by patent process which totally remove the tartarate of lime and other im purities. The cost of this chemical ly pure cream of tarter is much greater than any other, aDd it is us e>l in no baking powder except the • Royal,” the manufactures of which control the patents under which it is refined. Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly analytical chemist for the U. S. Government, who made the anal yses for 'he New York State Board ol Health in their investigation of baking powders, and whose intimate nowledge of the ingredients of all ihose sold in this market enables him speak authoritatively, says of the purity, wholesomeness, and superior quality of the “Royal:” “I find the Royal Baking Powder composed of pure and wholesome in gredients. It is a cream of tarter powder, and does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injuri ous substance.” Prof. Love’s tests, and the recent official tests by both the United States and Canadian Governments, show the Royal Baking Powder to be superior to all others in strength and leavening power. It is not on It the moat economical in use, but makea the purest, finest-flavored and moat wholesome food. Republican clan* are endeavor ing to settle their differences in tbe interest ot tha party. A mniden’n blush in n pure, deli cate liennt iful hue, indicating woman ly modesty. Ill health and ill looks have caused many ladies to resort to artificial meant of imparing this del icat* kue, but nothing equnit tbe pleasing lints of nature. However, there in n meant by which nature can be brought to your asaiatance, which will mantle your cbeekn with roee tints, almoet true to nature, will brighten your drooping eyes, strengthen your feeble system, itn parting flesh, rotundity and aymtnc try to your limbs, and other wine making von healthv, hearty and bappv I’m Kuulish limi.i Bit raas nad accomplish nil tha above hires) age act Instead of Congress appropriating 9&,(KKMKMl for tha Chicago Fair it in likely la appoint a committee to ln v toll gale its management. Mallard's Bass hiaiawnt. Thin wonderful liniment in knoaa from the A tissue U> Uie Pneiic sad from the Lakes te the Ualf It is the most penetrating Liniment in the world. It will cure rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, bruises, cuts, uouuda, old sores, bursa, sciatica, sore thrust, sore cheat, sad ail in flammation. after all >ethers hare failed. It will cure hurhud sirs cute sad haul ail wouuda whera proud flesh has eat is. It in equally eflk teai far Mimata Fry It anil you wdi not Hr dithaut it. Prion toe. Hold by J W Wells. 4 Uhl lull's < owewmptioo (dm. This Is toy add qaestteu lbs am iseesdliil < <n*gt» medietas wa have •var sold, a fbw doaas IsnrtsMf ears tha worst ease* d Cough. Croup sod Brnnekith, white Ms woudarfuf awe root to tbs rarest' aaaamptms fa with uut a parallel Ml the history af wsdl rlne Hines Me Beet iHaoitry M ha* beee said an s goarnalaa. a MM which na other medfefns saa stood If pan hays a rough as aaraaatfy ash yea la try ii. rrt<« i«t ■ imii w lu”(a' at# a. a a «ton*i, M hack t*»» uM '<hUok ‘a Paraai nailir, laMkf W*l«wr U»«g Ca Tto* ik-ata a# Mr Paiaail a*«n to ha rifttoal a» of adaaaiag* ta til* If tali t'ooatiiiipt lua ( ar*4 * a «M •>*fiKiaa. >**.<««• kM •***•#»*. *** a*d kte toa i* hut a* mu to <h> •** i*-i-».** avMin, Ha» kf*«» -4 a atM*»* >*4»t*aii nai l) Dtf Maa ■»*»<■ -*4 **- t>a***i •>**• *f 1 «m*h«m. ‘ aunl * a*.t •U Tkiaal **a »-•*« a town*** *u» a *■<* aiaa ami >*>M«*i .»*• I-. k»r«**» Mww-u 4*4 al< a ** ***a **m 11I* ’ *i* •*•** a** *14 a*a**4 raa «**<larfii *»<•». i. 4na*i*a M iHa-wf* 4» a • a**a ha* Mil 1* hw 4»i m *«» • »*-•* **> bla in4< ma| Mil*** i«naw «j* **-» .—mi** | a** a ill*m in *!•<« a-<•>*- **•»■ .« ! * 1 a**4 M** mi «*•<4* ta all »*• ***<i* a. •» ! nMi*#. mi !««•■>a*, fi**.a a* >*4 <*a *.M fall Ml***MUM# t •* |K*a*»N* •*-! 4*1*4 *.*• bf M4II l.l I k* 14**1114 VMM Matt 4* ***** Him ** .*•« a * ..at# *•* *»»•*. »—** K**a**M*. 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Pa., says he will not be with out Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of “La Grippe,” when vari ous other remedies and several phvs icians had done her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consump tion has done him more good than anything he ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. Free trial bottles st J. W. Wells’ drugstore. Large bottles, 50c. and 11.00. A Fatal mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform pa tients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has proven the contpary in his new book on “Heart Disease,” which may be had free at Weimer Drug Co who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles unequaled New Heart Cure, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tend erness in the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smothering, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Ner vine cures headache, fits, etc. South Carolina cotton growers are forming a combine to prereut the sale of their seed lo outside growers of long staple. For females in delicate health, for indigestion and dyspepsia, take on ly P. P. P. It is the best spring medicine in the world. W. H. Wilder, Mayor of Albany, Ga., says he haa suflered with rheu mstiam for fifteen years, and in that time he tried all the so called spe cifics but to no purpose. His grand son who was on the B. dc W. Rail road, finally got him a bottle of P. P. P. The first bottle of P. P. P. show ed its remarkable effects, and after using a short time the Rheumatism disappeared, aud he writes he feels like a new man, and takes pleasure in recommending it to rheumatic sufferers. For sale by Weimer Drug Co. The resignation of ex-Sen&tor Blair as Minister to China has been accepted. Rallard’a Horehound Syrup. We guarantee this to be the best cough syrup manufactured In the whole wide world. This is saying a great deal, but it is true. For con sumption, coughs, colds, sore throat, tore cheat, pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, croup, whooping cough, and >11 diseases of the throat and lungs we positively guarantee Ballard’s Horehound Syrup to be without an • qual on the whole face of the globe In support of this statement we refer to every individual who has ever used u, and to every druggist who lias ever sold it. Such evidence is indis putable. Sold by J. W. Wells. 4 W KAKNES8. Why will saysss rsmais weak wbsa they saa h mads strong 1 ■varyoo* should know that tbs satire baatsa structure Is constantly being torn Aaee and rebuilt, tbs wins as in the ee**ta s Wusbl the tress ibsd their learn to l egatn put birth new shoots Now, when the tmaid becomes too weak to carry to toe s, lo*r< end liver this dead tissue that a -t 4 bo removed tb* whole system bor- ee enervated and s distressed feeling at weak nose an 1 unnatural fatigue follows. I Owe teals half dead, m U. *|*ak and Uter es'.* i tinging ia DO YOU FEEL rivw as ihrwugtknut the system prevent* g Hie ' ■ ig el new tissue and the J easkauai at new ktfe At such times a —ad as nisi will aalirsa tb# blood, rw* —aea Ms a -jggiahneaa All it with red eor j aperies, see Wraa gtbon it, <* naeaarery. Thais Is ee 1 »w* tar k asaructu* sad that pa «*.,« **>»*4 to >ko Um ■■flWa a# .rtoui on 0»<B 4 Mto 400 O |m4 Itojov loiftl (Mod part*. 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U*r*o-oo»m tap. mmmm * 1 *ao o«*a po4 ■.oavooa PaiaBrf ErrV;1 t±a35«i PP IT rmt MW* yoar ap*P not ja« M *-.»» »r *.*.>»u*-»r *>»]** 8 & hm go. a 4f«ww. iMPvtaa Hoar a4aa* a* Karp oo4 pfp Papa m *Mt ar PioMPa Tvaria *v '*• *f vPUia 0*4 i**<* *r»* »».- .• hw % #4 f« V ii ia* aao »o *!• apl *.*o pH u i*o It. p K5*gly Vm “f. * *** ******* 4t *0 Caglesvtlle Budget. R. J. Pullen had the misfortune to lose his residence and entire con tents on the night of 29th ult. His family were left without clothing or anything to live upon. Neighbors came to bis relief with liberal con tributions of clothing and provisions. Dock Hnbbard got his ankle severe ly sprained by a horse falling on him. Will Turner will open a six months school at Caglesville com mencing Nov. 2. Patronage solicit ed. I. N. Cagle and daughter at tended the BsptiBi Association at Knoxville. W. For Rent. Good commodious residences. Call on R. B. Wilson, tf Russellville, Ark. Wood Up. The undersigned is prepared to fur nish All lengths of stove wood, also 2 foot wood, on short notice. Money due every Saturday. Orders left at the store of J. B. Evants & Co., will re ceive prompt attention. L. A. Evants. Take Notice. To all whom it may concern: All who are Indebted tome by note or account must come up and pay at once to me or my agent, John McCoonr or I will have to put their notes and ac counts in the hands of the officers for collection. Being in debt myself I will he bound to push my customers. Dr. J. F. M. Tatis, Cleveland, Ark. E. 0, STRONG & CO., SILEX, co- ARK. Carry a Fall Line of DRY goods, CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, GROCERIES, Canned Goods, Slc.&c. -oooooo W e buy our Goods for Cash, And sell at Cash Prices. We do not tear Competition Anywhere or by Anybody gfetfCall and see us. ..... E. O. STRONG A CO., Silex. Ark. Yes; You Gan Have One Free! Wo are giving them away to pooplo who trade with u*. and we would enjoy giving vou one. It is not a cheap affair, but a fine family mill (the Genuine "Jewell"), encased in a handsome natural wood cabinet, with air-tight drawer, and also air-tight storage compartment, and worth fully three dollars. You Like Good Coffee. We will give you a "Jewell" Coffee Mill to grind it Full porlioulers at the iloro. HUGHEY & BOSWELL. NOTICE.- Proposals win t>e received by the undersigned at Russellville, Ark., until Saturday, October 17, 1691. at 12 o’clock M„ for the hiring, maintenance, safe-keeping and working of persons committed to the countv jail of Pope countv, as required by Sec tion 1226 of Mansfield’s Digest. Contractors are allowed to work said con victs at any lawful labor, under the same rules and regulations as convicts are worked by the lessees of the State Penitentiarv. and will be liable in case of escapes as said lessees are, but may adopt such means to prevent escapes a* way be deemed best for that purpose. No bid will be received that will not entirely relieve the county from all costs. Bond with approved security will be requir ed of contractor, for the faithful compliance with his contract. The right to reject any and all bids is re served. Bills should be sealed and endorsed “Pro posals to hire Countv Convicts,” and address ed U> G. W. Rkkkyman, Co. Judge, oetlfi Pope County, Ark. VALUABLE PROPERTY POR SALE,— I have for sale 106 acres of land lying just one nnle east of Russellville, all under good wire aad plank fence, all cross fences, ; two good hams, stables, all out-houses, four goo*I wells of wuter, two dwelling houses, good orchard of apples, peaches and plums, good reaper, one good mower, two wagons and har ! nr*-, gfleen acres set in grass. SI head horses , and mules; 80 acres land in Sec. It. one mile from town, on L. K. A K. 8. railroad, good tim j tier «>n land, cheap for cash or easy terms on credit: one 40 acre tract, joining on the east above 80 acre tract, two town lota on Jefferson street, north of first National Hauk. J. M. Hai key A Bro. have 80 acres lying in the Bradley i o»« for sale; also 188 acres in Yell county on kourche river; one dwelling house and sis lots in town of Kussellville for sale, toy one desiring to purchase please call at my •'(&•-« two doors north of first National Hai.k. J. M IIA It KEY, o«tl6 Kussellville, Ark i[H»8 BALK. One of the best residences iu towu at a bargain. Call on ARTHUR IW IN. APCIITC ss aft tys Q In P" M I ^ We k»t th- World fol flllBill ■ W low prices this year. IMEOATEP PLUSH AHUM, fl.00 IS I *ns te'ld.d aldaa. fold «l*.l .lUn >1.., r ... li.,ldiD« a.arl, Bftr CiMn.t and C,rd » t«*r«e m>ut for lluo retails for 82.0m Not • m.. .»<!)■.« tb. tens u* in»»«rt.d album, ia rntead ilALBUMS ra.-■»« »• ISO P * a 4 l lsl Family Bibles containing i i i Breton*, are what the people want . J JUVENILE BOOKS/putew **<m»i* from sow until Partstmas Head >2casts for Uwi Illustrated circulars raas for all J S* -* »tf. 1^ W»rT DELAf HMUMUt A Mem AKIN, lmportcu, ClncifingB. 0. ~ ABEATSSLS-3 urucnKstmiuv. Ona be sold la every family. Give* more light than three ordinary lamps. Uses thlrty lveceatslireem ump ami Aw memvImweA. acture a targe lime of am lee baud lor free .. r ' -JOHNSON OPriCAL CO’S Lcver Eye Glasses -AND Gold Stiffened S P E CTACL E S. Eyes tested free of charge by I Call and see this New and Elegant Soecta M. C. WILKEY, Jeweler ami Optician,; KmttllvilU, - - - - Ark SCIENCE HAS CONQUERED. And Made It Possible to Restore Defective Eye Sight to Normal Vision. We take pleasure in announcing to the citi zens of Pope county that we have secured one of ohnston Optical Co’s patent Dioptric Eye Meters, which will enable us to fit all defects of vision, such as Astigmatism, Hypermetro §hi*. Myopia, Presbyopia, or any compound efcct. If you have one of these defects and If you wish to prevent more dangerous develop ments, call at our store and we will make a thorough examination free of charge. 11. C. Wilkky, cweler and Optician. knsseilville. Ark. —- MRS, .: A new 0 Go and and full stock |j see her stock, of mi ****** Kelt and DCD DV She Embroidery rtilnT| also and ..... carries all kind, of MILLINER, , , «h* material celebrated for WFIMFR^ Stewart’s Ladies’ IfCimCnd Healing Fancy Work. Hi n Cream Hats ULU and Face of ... Powder all shapes STANDi for and 1 the price*. MAIN Tol,et ~T~T~~r~^ ST. ~— r • TUNISONS ATLASES, MAPS & CHARTS Sent by exnrosa or mail, charges paid, to any address, as follows: Matchless ($4) II. S. and World Map—a double Mao 4x5 feet in size, on rollers, containing 2§ Maps in one collection, also gives the New Census, the 6 New States, Oklahoma, new surveys and changes, 92. N kw State Maps—(Any State) colored, varnished and on rollers. 3x2^ feet. $1. Universal (93) Atlas op the World—Size 12x14 Inches, weights pounds, Koval Ouarto, 202pages.cloth bound,New Census Edition. $3.75. Matchless Seriesop Sunday School Mam-9 cloth maps Ac., free to buy 8. 8. Matchless Set of School Maps—TEN (10; Cloth Mounted Maps, on TEN Spring Boilers, in elegant Dust-proof Map Case, lock and key, 920. Bible Reader's Map of Palestine—Cloth Mounted on Rollers 8x2)4 feet, $1.50. Descriptive circulars free, Canvassers Wanted. Address, H. C. Tunison. Publisher. Jacksonville, Illinois. nov5 t Subscribe $ for $ the $ Democrat 8 Electricity & Electro-Magnetism For the Eye. . . . These spectacles are recommended by the highest authorities In the medical profession to be the best In present use. They relieve irri tability in the eye and assgist tired and weakened muscles to perform their natural functions. As It is a known fact that electricity is a life-restoring fluid, we invite ev eryone wearing glasses to come and try the in. Sol.D, PY \V KIM Kit ORttO CO., RUB8SLLYILLK. COAL! The undersigned will de liver COAL in Russellville from the well hnown\MH ler Mine at $3 00per ton. Satisfaction guar anteed. Orders left\ at the office of Dr. W. H. Hill will be promptly filled. MILT FOIMDREIM Luker, Davis & Co DEALERS IN Wagons, Buggies and Farming Implements. RUSSELLVILLE, : : ARKANSAS nCRTflfK settling their accounts this fall DLUIUIIO will be given a Ticket for each dollar so paid. The ticket »ill entitle the holder to participate in a distribution of the following gifts JANl'AKY 1, IffB, viz: 1 2-Horse Wagon worth 8(10, 1 Steel Plow worth $12.50, 1 Side Harrow worth $4. 1 ‘‘A” Harrow worth $4.50 t ome and sec us. LUKER. DAVIS & CO. HENDERSON. GABBETT & CD.. —— Va^ -n.olesa.le No. 15 NORTH SECOND STREET. FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS. S. R. JUDD, Undertaker & Furniture Dealer. b COFFINS, A LI, SIZES, Sewell'a Patent Metallic Grave Boards, Cheap A Durable; Dressing Cases, Bureaus, WOVEN WIRE COTS Bed\lX.0,Ail -Tables & Stands. Chairs, Safes, &e. SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET. : : : RUSSELLVILLE. ARKANSAS W. Q. WEIMKK, Pre*. ' ,j K.P. ROYS, T-P. (No. 4582.1 Oldest and Largest Bank in Russelluille. 4 PAID U P CAPITAL,.- ‘ jsftooaoo")^ -STOCKHOLDERS . Jno J Rye, T D Whitesides, C H Wood, J T Fowler, T O Smith, R F Roys, J C Forrest, A M Sosbee, R B Wilson, G W llarkey, J U llarkey, James Potts, D Bollinger, J F M Tate, T J Russell, J M I.uker, J H McCarthy,! W B McDonald, L M Smith, J 8 Pollock, [ Little Rock W G Weiraer ___ G F Bauctiui, ) * * * * Shoes ? Shoes! ? * * * * DO YOU WEAR SHOES ! I * # * # If You Do, Buy . . . TENNANT -STRtBUNG SH0E_C0}S~ . . . OWN MAKE. . . , - ' " ’ . 1 ” 1 —" i Try a Pair of Their CELEBRATED SCHOOL SHOES—the BEST ON EARTH I SOLD BY ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS. ttepreaentet) In irk. by TENNANT * STRIBLING SHOE CO , W. II HUMPHKEY8. ST. X-.OTTXS, X^O Thorough, Practical Instruction. Craduatea a. to pomtu.ni. t .(..ho-ue free. Write to . BUM! I BIUROII BESIKS! CCLLEBE, l—-J LOUISVILLE, KY.