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CULDO NIC (WITH IRON.) Why It Leads All Others: BECAUSE It contain* nn pol»on. BECAUSE It i* plea»aut to take. I BECAUSE It I* a Blood Purifier A Iron Tonic I BECAUSE It increase* the appetite. I BECAUSE It i» » bleeaing to Children. BECAUSE It i» the Mother's Keniedy. BECAUSE It cure* the worst cold*. BECAUSE It combine* Palatabillty with Ef fect! rcne**. BECAUSE It ha* quantity and quality. BECAUSE It is an alterative A anti-periodic BECAUSE It *taud» without a rlrai. BECAUSE It will cure you. BECAUSE It t* sold under a strict suarantee BECAUSE If it fail* you get your money back. Price 50 Cents Per Bottle. Mansfuup Bare Co., Prop*., Memphis, Tenu. For Sale hy J. W. WELLS, R (Stellville, Ark. ...1 Valley Route Time Table. Goins East: Mail Train.Ie»re 10:15 a.m. Ktpress. “ 5:45 "• m> ■ Goins West: I Mail Tialn.leave 13:05 a. m. : Bapieaa . '* o:55p. m. LOCAL. LINES. For No 1 good hard coal Apply to J. L Shinn. —R. M. Oates and wife spent Sunday at Potts Station. . —R. II. Oloman and son are visiting relatives In Ohio. Oysters served in any style at Win chester's restaurant. — D. P. McAnally visited his home on Gum Log Sunday. —Mr. Bob L. Erwin lias returned home from Memphis. I The beet of coal delivered to any part of town by J. L. Shinn. —G. E. Howell went up to Fayette ville Monday on business. —Uncle Perry Renfrow is able to out again, but he is still quite leebie. Fresh bread daily, and three big loaves for a dime, at Winchester’s. —Wiley Albright has a spies-span new barber sign, whicli is a beauty. —John Hill, formerly a barber here, is expected back from Texas soon. —Twelve usury cases will be tried In the DardanelJe circuit court this term. —John A. Erwin and son, John B., spent Sunday with relatives in Ozark. JnA.,1 r.A . .*b RsnuL'a rimer alfiro untl get a round trip ticket to the World’s Fair. —The oat sowing sea«on is again here. A liberal acreage ought to be sown. For a good square tneal go to Win chester’s new restaurant on Main street. —There will not be as much cotton planted lu Pope county this year as formerly. — Mias Kosa Barnes of Batesville is being entertained by her aunt, Mrs. R. M. Craig. —Mrs. D Perry, wtio has been on the sick list for some time, is reported Improving. —Capt. John R. H. Scott has return ed from Little Rock very much improv ed in health. —The tax collectors are in Dover to day. Next week will complete the grand rounds. —Tua pretty weather of the past two weeks has been favorable to the prog ress of farm work. —Circuit court will meet at Dardan elle again to day, it having adjourned over from Saturday. —President W. G. Weimer of the ' First National Bank returned from Little Rock Tuesday. —Mr. Pern W. Arnett, a prominent Balesville merchant, was tho guast ot M. R. Craig Tuesday. 1 —Rev. W. T. Box Ailed his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sun day and Sunday night. — We hear of a considerable amount of cotton still unsold In this county, be ing held for belter prices. —Mrs Martin Epps, an estimable la dy, died on the lOtn Inst., near Sautos, this county, aged about 80. r Landreth’s Celebrated Garden i Seeds at J. W. Wells’. —We have it upon good authority that Dr. M. H. Buchanan will be a candidate for the legislature. —The Pope county Mail learns that Hon. W. L. Sibley of Wilson township will be in the race for assessor. —The Arkansas supreme court re fused the motion for a re-hearing in the Steuekel case. This settles It. —The good weather has Improved the roads considerably, but they are still far from being in good condition. —John A. Erwin is again seen at hit accustomed place at the furniture store. We recerd ids recovery with great pleasure. —The people are trading as though they were bent on using the utmost economy in buying this season. Good lor me people. 1 Do not buy your spring suit until you gee my line of spring ami summer clelhi"g, » most elegant line at hard time p. Ices. M. JACOBSON. — Editor Box of the Mall was In town last Wednesday, lie was non committal on the question of his can* I dldacy for the legislature. Dr. T. B. Wilson, dentist, will be in I Atkins Wednesday Feb. 24, to remain until tbe Saturday following. If need ing dental work call on him. _One of SheiIlf Johnson’s little children was quite severely burned by falling in the tire recently. Fortunate ly the wounds are not dangerous. _Smith & Riddle have opened a skating rink at tiie old factory build |ng east of town, w hich will run on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat urday nights. It will pay you to use Lan dreth's Garden Seeds for sate only by J. W. Wells _East Sunday was St. Valentiue’i day and as usual love sick maids anc youths exchanged loving epiatles. j! Some were made glad, others mad But such is life. —Drs. Love of Dardanelle, We-ter field of Atkins, Ragsdale < f i’otls Sta tton and McKennon of Clarksville wen here this week to see their professions brother and friend, fir. Hill. __Tbe Herald-Journal’s double nutn ber trade edition was a creditable pro duction and cannot fail to redound t< to the advantage of Clarksville and Johnson county. __Cott«n has gone down until inid dling Isselllng in New fork at 6 cents At the usual ratio this would tnaki the market here about 4 cents, but otn merchants are paying 6 to 5$ for th< best grades. —C. D- Rowan Is all smiles and Joy It la caused by a line, manly little son f },ig first, l>eing presented to him las Thursday. We hope, the little fellov " • it-* tong to be a pride and solac mJ~ 9100 Reward, #100. □HE readers or the Dkmocrat will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least oni tded di-ea.se that science has been able U cure in all I ts stages.and that is catarrh, tlall'i Catarrh Cure is the only pOHitive cure now known lo the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, requires a consti tutional iiftfttraon t Hall's*..tarrh Cure is tak en iuternally, acting directly upon the blood an«l mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and fftviug the patient strength by building up the constitution and assistiog natu e in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer $100 for any case that il fails to cure. Send for list and testimonials. Address: r. ( II EVEY A CO., Toledo. O, gfefcS" .Sold bv druggists, 75s. fet — Dr. John M. Hill of Little Rock lit Visiting his brother. Dr. W. H. Hill. All the latest styles and patents of pants just received, at Jacobson’s. Go to Hughey A Boswell and buy the shaved shingle. They beat them all. — Monroe Botto ■ s went over yester day to the scene of his- mining opera tions In Yell County. Hughey A Boswell can furnish you the nest shingle In town for the money. —J. VV. Robertson Is clerking at Bot toms’ drug -tore instead of A. Robert son as stated last week. Just opened up several cases of men and boys crushers of all colors and at low prices, at Jacobson’s. $10.00 Reward for the identity of any person damaging my road signs. Win. Brooks. The Weimer Drag Co will this year give tickets for every fifty cents worth of goods bought. Capital prize $100 In money. —It is not,, any consolation to any body but it is a fact while the producers have lost money raising cotton, the merchants who bought it have made nothing. All hands can well afford to drop at least half of It. — We are glad indeed to state that Dr. W. H. Hill is better a9 we go to press. Medical skill and the care of faithful friends is unstintedly bestow ed upon him, and we hope soon to re port his entire recovery. Have you a watch that needs re pairs, or some broken jewelry which you wish mended? If so tnke them to H C. Wilkey. (he jeweler, and have then repaired In first class order. —The officials of the land office at Dardanelle have received information from Washington to the efTect that the public interests do not call for a re moval of the office and ttie same will be allowed to remain where It is. We are the people to buy your hard , wore and farming tools from. Why? Because we have the nest in me niaraei ami our prices are the lowest in pro portion with the quality. Loye & Roys Hardware Co. — Dr. J. F M. Tate lias moved from Cleveland to Hattieviila, Conway coun ty, whore lie will engage in the drug business in connection with his regular practice. His many friends in Pope wisli him suceesss in liis new home. — Messrs. E. B. Webber and J. M. Critclier, the former of Collierville, Tenn., and the latter ol Boliver. Mo., have rented a building in town for the manufacture of Eclipse Muzzeles, an articled of every day use among stock owners. • -The February number of the Mit. fordlan. published in the interest of tlie literary societies of the Arkansas Cumberland college, lias been received, and although its editorial staff has un dergone a change since last issue, its excellent features are maintained throughout. H. C. Wilkey, the jeweler, lias made the business of spectacle ami eye glass fitting a special study and is now prepared to lit complicated defects of vision on short notice. He tests each eye separately and gives the required lenses necessary, In any style frame re quired. Give him a trial and if not suited it will cost you nothing. —Next Monday at Center Valley, district 23, Prof, T. B. Northup will begin a three oontlis term of subscrip tion school. Tuition $1.00 per month. Pupils outside the district can be ac commodated ami their patronage Is solicited. Prol. Northup is one of the leading educators of the county and gives eminent satisfaction. _Not a very large audience witness ed the installation of officers at Pyth ian hall last Thursday owing to the prevalence of so much sickness in town and other untoward events. The speaking, however, was of a high order and reflected credit upon the craters who were Hon. Lawrence Russell, Rev. W. C. Wheat and Past Chancellor King of Little Rock. _While keeping pace with the inarch ol Improvement in reporting every new enterprise, it is but just that we should notice what is going on in the colored portion of town. Several new resi dences have been erected In that su burb recently, by the following: Rev. Johnson, C. I. May (2). E. McCarthell, Sam Hiblett, D. B. Jones. The color ed people also have two churches where services are held regularly, and a flourishing school of about 70 pupils, in charge of Prof. Jumes. — Attention is directed to the new advertisement ot Patrick & Albrecht, merchant tailors, in this issue. They are successors to Henry Steuckel and have the qualifications and experience necessary to conduct the business to the entire satisfaction of the public. They carry a iuii line 01 samples inr spring anil summer clothing and guar antee best styles and lowest prices con sistent with tlrst-cluss workmanship. Give them a trial. —Mr. Joe Jacobson left tills morning for New York via of St. Louis, where lie will engage in the clothing business at 51 Catherine street. For the past eighteen months lie lias held a responsi ble position witli M.Jacobson.on# of our leading merchant*, and by his admira ble business attainments and excellent social qualities won the lasting esteem of a legion of friends. The Dkmocrst but voices their sentiments in wishing him every success in Gotham and in saying that a cordial welcome awaits him whenever he strolls tills way again. —Last Friday night while a leap year ball was in progress at J. W. Eudy’s, Dover, the sale In W. A. Baird’s mercantile establishment was successfully cracked and $t>00 In cash taken therefrom, in aiWItlon to fJOOO or $4001) worth of noies and valuable pa pers. The papers were found next morning two miles south of Dover on a wagon by the roadside. There is no clue as yet to the robbers. It is be lieved they came to Kussellvllle and took the train. OtHoers are iuveatigat ing. —The most important meeting yet held of the Pope County Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association will ■ be ttiat of Saturday Feb. 27. Every member and every person who expects i to become a member, or who desires t< encourage the giowing and shipping of fruit and vegetables and the open ing of a new industry for this section is urged to be present. It is desired , to learn as much as possible and as soon as possible what will he the acre age and variety of fruits, vegetable* berries and melons that is expected ' will be shipped through this association to the end that proper facilities may tx | provided in due time. 1 It sseras strange that sensible tper wilt keep their money lying loos* . about the house or tlie store, in sonn , drawer or box, where it is liable to lx t stolen at any time, -or even in a faultj r | iron safe, which is only a temptatioi : ; for the safe-blower,—when they havi 1 the opportunity of dapoattiug it, fr« oi The Racket Store Is badly crowded And mutt sell Goods to Make Room for Spring Goods. Therefore, come And Get the Bargains! T. C. EVERETT, Prop’r. ". * any cost whatever, In tbe absolutely burglar-proof chest > nd the comp etely tire-proof vault of the First National Bank of Kusski i.villa, where It will be secure against thieves or fire, and at the gHine time just ag much at the con trol of the owner as it would be if it were in his own pocket. Where such perfect vaults are at the command of a community no prudent man should think of keeping Ills money at home, and if any one should lose his money through neglect of depositing it where there is such absolute seeurlty, he can only blame himself for his carelessness. — Miss Amanda Young entertained a few of her friends last Friday evening. Quite an enjoyable time was had. Married. At the home of the bride’s uncle, T. J. Husscll, Esq., in Russellville, Tues day evening, February 16, 1892, Rev. W. C. Wheat, pastor of the Cumber land Presbyterian church, officiating, Mr. John 11. Ganner and Miss Alberta Russell. A large number of relatives and intimate friends of the young couple were present to hear the beau tiful words of the solemn ceremony and to give hearty congratulations to the two whose troth was plighted there. The Inspiring strains of the wedding march by Miss Munday, the perfect beauty of the February evening, the sacred quietude of home, the good wishes and prayers of (near and dear ones, made auspicious the wedding oc casion. After congratulations an elab orate wedding gupper was served. The bride lovely and tlovable as all brides should be is a favorite with many friends. Modest, gifted with beauty and attractiveness, accomplished In many womanly ways, she is well fitted to be queen in the realm called home. The groom Is a pleasant and popular J'lUUft |/uuvvEi»|nivi •• MV lino n VII VIIW respect, confidence and esteem of all during Ills residence in Russellville. To Mr. and Mrs. Ganner many con gratulations have been extended. None were more cordial or sincere than those which accompany the benediction of the Democrat. The presents were many and hand some, a list of which we append: Silver fruit dish, Ja». W. Russell, water pitcher, W. <;. Hall: water pitcher, Amanda Young; pair towels, Mrs. J. R. Young; fruit li»h. Mr. and Mrs. Roys; sat napkins, Mrs. McUarthur and Mias Cora; cake stand, A. Ber nard and wife; table spread, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Monday; 1 Turkish bath towels. Mrs. O' Neal; set napkins, Mrs. W. U. Oates; set nap kins Miss Gertrude Munday; bed spread and towels. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carden; scarf and napkins, Mrs, Henry and Mra, Masse; acarls. Miss Ida Spencer pair tswela, Mrs. W. C. Hall; “Farm Legends.” Mark Hudelsou, Be vier. Mo ; emery case. Mrs. G. W. Walker; silver ladle, Misses Lillie Rankin and reague Rowan; stand lamp. Miss Ida Love; set silver teasjioons. Miss Stslla Teeter; set teaspoens. Miss Alice Stone. Bradford Ohio; silver match Folder. Luev Oates, stand lamp. Miss Emma Hall and Mrs. Hess; oil painting, Dr. and Mrs, Drummonds; album, giver unknown; gold watch, Jno. H. Ganuer: dinner set, 190 nieces, Mr siul Mrs. Jne. Ganner, Du (Juotn, 111.: set sliver knives, Mamie Russell; cake stand. Mr. and Mrs. D. C, Epps: pickle dish, Mrs. II. I*. Barbee. Set of fruit dishes. Misses Minnie and Aille Jobe; set napkins. Miss Dora Splllars; turkiah rug, Mrs H. F. White; 4 Iierfnme bottles. Mrs. Webb; 1 rocking chairs, Jno. W White, M. S. Hughey. Alton Walker, W. L. Oates, Ed Hamilton, Ed Ber nard; apron, table cloth and set of napkins. Miss Hannah Ganner; silver butter dish, Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Wilkey; fruit stand, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Slocum: silver teapot, L. Russell; rake stand. Mrs. w- J. Reynolds; fifty dollars, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Russell; linen bandkerch'f, Mrs. Marj, Montgomery. At tlio residonco of R. H. Smith, in Russellville, Peb. 16, 1892, by Rev. Thomas I. Teagle. Mr. C. P. Hall of Huntington, Tenn., and Miss Lou Shinn, of Russellville, Ark. The newly wedded couple left yes terday afternoon for Van Buran where the groom is engaged in business, l'he Democrat wishes them much happi ness. School Notes. Examinations next Friday. Reports will be sent to parents next Monday. Parents, pupils and teachers should make school a matter of business. Rev. R. R. Fletcher has contr I Luted a very interesting volume, “Burled Cities Recovered," to the school library. Arbor Day exercises next Monday — Washington’s birthday at 2 p. in. A'l tle Invited. Luther Benson, the Temperance Advocate. We find the following item in one of our exchanges: Luther Benson, the celebrated temperance orator, has been entered as a patient at the Keeley Branch Institute. For the past three years he lias been on the Pacific slope, hut recently he and bis family re , turned to Indianapolis. Henson celebrated his return to Hooaier soil by a round of dissipation, and be tried to extenuate bis conduct by claiming that he could na more re sist the "tiger of strong drink," as In: describes it, ‘than he could fly." Benson will be remembered in Russellville as one of tbe most vivid I word painters that ever visited this | town. There was something inex preasibiy thrilling about his tem perance oratory. His book, "Fifteen tears in Hell,” had a wide circula tion. Iu conversation with a Dwight l;graduate" in Little Rock the writ er was told that Benson had been cured by the bi-chloride process. Lemon Elixir. Pleasant, Elegant, Reliable. For biliousness and constipation,«ske | Lemon Elixir. For levers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness, nervousness and palpitation ot the heart, Uke Lemon Elixir. For Indigestion and foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For all sick and nervous headaches, lake Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough or ganic regulation, take l-emon Elixir, Dr. Mnzley’s Lemon Elixir will not fall you In any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise from a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or bowels. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. 90c and fl per bottle at druggists. Lemon Hot Drops Cure all coughs, colds, hoarseness, I sore throat, bronchitis, hemorrhage, j and all throat and lung diseases. Kle i gunt, reliable. Twenty-five cents at druggists. Pre paredonly by Dr.H. Mozley,Atlanta, Qa. For Kent. Five comfortable rooms In good dwel ling on Main street. Russellville, Ark. Apply to La w ashes Hess ill. A WORTHY COMPLIMJBKT. Tbe Gazette’s Tribute to a Lead* lug Candidate for Secre tary of State. ' From tbs Little Rock Gazette Feb. 14. Hon. Reese B. Hogins, of Pope County, was in the city yesterdav. During the day be went to tbe Slate Hoase to see bis triend Gen. Buford H. Armistead in tbe office of tbe Secretary of State. “I thought I would call and tell you,” said the genial Hogins, “that you shall not get lonesome in your race for Sec retary of State. I have concluded to make the contest myself, and keep you company.” Gen. Armistead smiled, and the two old friends shook hands warm Iv, as each assured the other that the contest would be frieudiy, aud each wished the other abundant success, as second mao in the race. It was the fraternal greeting of com rades, each of whom will warmly support the victor. “Reese Hogins,” as evejybody calls him, is widely known through out the State. He is a native of Pope County, was for six vears Sheiiff, besides serving as County and Circuit Clerk. His services during the reign of the Clayton militia in 1872, when a price was set on bis head, because he stood like a solid rock in defense of his people, and in 174, during the Brooks Baxter War, when he again came to the front on the right side, greatly endeared him to tbe people in that section of tbe State. He was the truest of the true, aud the bravest of the brave; and in all re lalions of life ever Bince be has sus tained himself as a straightforward, upright man, and a Democrat of the strictest sect. NO BETTER ANYWHERE. From the Fort Smith Call. Hon. Reese B. Hogins, of Pope County, is a candidate for secretary of state. Mr. Hogins is an old time democrat, and will make a strong race. There are no better men any where. Commendable. All claims not consistent with tbe high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the Calilorma Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently __tL. : a __ t«___.2 wu Vl(b AIVIUVJ O) II 1 VI HUM l/w »» v>V| cleansing the system effectually, but it is not a cureall and makes no pre tentions that every bottle will not substantiate. RECEPTION TO GEN. JONES. Meeting Between the Ex-Sena tor and Gov. Felcli After Thirty-Five Years Separation. Detroit Free Iiress: — A pleasant re ception was tendered Gen. Geo. W. Jones, Iowa’s distinguished and vener able ex-senator, by James H. Donovan, president of the board of trade, at his Second avenue residence last evening. Gen. Jones is a guest In Detroit of Ills neices. Mrs. Donovan and Mrs. F. J. Schwahkovaky, and Mr. Donovan took this way of bringing him in contact with Detroit’s men of affairs. Tke beautiful home was expressly prepared for the occasion with floral decorations. Among the large number of well known citizens who paid their respects to the general were James W. Flynn, Homer Warren, Duncan Stewart, Jr., Chat. F. Beck, S. S. Babcock, Col. F. W. Swift, J. Huff Jones, E. J. Carring ton, Maj. G. C. Lane, J. B. Hoe, An drew Cooley, ex-Mayor Lewis, W. C. Mayburv, ex-Mayor Langdon, C. M. Moore, Joseph B. Moore, John Collins, Charles Collins, Judge McGrath, Win. E. Quimby, Michael Brennan, Dr. 11. P. Mera, Duncan Stewart, John C. Donnelly, Postmaster Hance, Rev. Fr. Keunedy, Rev. Fr. Van Dyke, ex-Gov. Felch, of Ann Arbor, Letters of regret were tecelved from ex-senator Palmer, Hamilton Dey, Judge Brevoort, W. H. Brearly, I>r. George Dufiehl, W. A. Moore, R. G. Butler, P. C. Payette and George Marsh. The usual light re frealimenls were served in the ante room. A scene of unusual interest was the greeting between Gen. Jones and the venerable ex-pov. Felch, who came here purposely to greet his old friend. When Gov- Felch was announced the general rose. For a moment they stood and surveyed the changes time had wrought, then rushed into each others aims. All the warmth that a thirty-two yekrs’ sep«ration could en gender was concentrated Into that em brace. The two patriarchs were col leagues in the Uuited States senate in 1859, and this was their first meeting since that year. Needless to say retn iniscenses flowed thick and fast be tween them the remainder of the eyen leg. It is not what proprietors say, but what Hood’s Sarsaparilla does, that makes it sell, and win the confidence of the people. PROCEEDINGS. Pope Co. Fruit aurt Vegetable Growers’ Association. The Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association met in Russellville, Feb. 12, 1892. The president, W. J. White, being absent, the meeting was called to or der by Vicepresideut L. D. Bryant. The object of the meeting was to try and jierfect pi rns with the tann ers and fruit growers to adopt the plan of shipping fruit and vegeta bles by the American Refrigerator Transit Co., they to furnish cars es pecially arranged for the shipping of fruit to distant jiolnts and guar anlee its safe and sound delivery, for much less freight than we have heretofore paid. The all absorbing question of cotton raising was discussed fully and sufficiently to satisfy all present that there is an over production of cotton. The question of fruit and vegeta bieraislng and shipping was then he topic of diecuseion. Judge G' W. Berryman made quite an inter esting speech on the subject. Mr. Frazier Moore then followed suit with a zeal that should not be for gotten. Several others gave their views on the question. It was agreed to plant tomato seeds this week in sufficient quanii ly to set 50 or 60 acres, and to pre jiare for the planting of beans, corn and other vegetables suitable for shipping. A committee was then apjiointed to draft constitution and by-laws for the Association, composed of G. W. Berrymau, O. H. Bettis and G. G i Winn. The secretary wae then ordered tc procure books, paper, etc , for th« purpose of keejitng minutes, enroll ing nam es, etc. Adjourned to meet Saturday, Feb 27, 1 o’cloc' p. m. U. G. Warn, Secretary. Where Do You Get Your Coat? Do you know? Were you ever in a coal mine? Can you imagine what one looks like? Or what kind of| folks the miners are? Or how their j families live? Alter you have read | that spleudid paper in the March number of Demokest’s Family Mag j azine, ‘-Through the Coal Country! with a Camera,’’ and studied the j twenty odd fine pictures which ili j ustrate it, every piece of coal you j see will be invested with a new in . terest, aud when you read about! “strikes” among the miners, you will better appreciate their true »ig nificance. Photographs were taken especially’ for this article, and have been reproduced in superb style. “German Without a Master,” by Prof. A. de Rougemont of Chaut auqua University, will be of iucal cuiable value ti> those who wish to study that useful language, “The Home of a Specialist” iurnislies ex cellent ideas about economizing space, and achieving artistic results without a great expenditure of mon ey; and “How to Iyorize Plaster Casts” tells how to make those pret ty ornamuts look like ivory. "Next Summer’s Gatdeu,” is in good sea son, so that the garden may be plau ned properly, and a profusion of flowers ensured all through the sutn mer; "Training a Husband” will amuse everybody; aud there are other splendid stories, and all the excellent departments for which this magazine is noted aie replete with seasonable tilings. The subscrip lion price to this ideal Family Mag azine is only $2 a year. Published by W. Jennings Demokest, 15 E. 14th St., New York. Notice to the Public. 1 have this dav sold out my tailor ing business to Messrs. Patrick and Albrecht. I do most heartily rec ommend these two young gentlemen to my friends and patrons both here in Russellville and abroad, and I sincerely tbank the good citizens ot Pope and adjoining counties for their patronage while I was In business, and again I thank my many friends for the many favors they have shown me since l came here. Now bidding you all a kind farewell from a busi ness standpoint, and wishing you all a prosperous future, I am Respectfully, Feb. 6, 1891. Henri Steuokel. Prank Bell Married. The following from the Benton vllie Sun will be read with interest by the groom’s hosts of friends here and throughout the country, all ol whom tender to the happy benedict and bis fair bride siucere congratu lationa: “At the borne of the bride's father, Wednesday morning Feb. 10, 1892, at 7:15 o’clock, Miss Estella Watson and Mr. W. F. Bell were united in marriage, Rev. 1). C. Boggs, |>ustor of the Presbyterian church, otficiat ing. Alter congratulations, a sumpt uous wedding breakfast was served, and the bajipy couple left on the morning train for Webber’s Falls, I 1’., where they will make their fu ture home. The bride is the daugli ter of Dr. T. A. Watson and is an attractive and accomplished young lady. She was attired in a baud some going awuy costume of gray cloth, with white silk vest and cLit— fon jabot, with hat and gloves to match. The groom is a prosperous and progressive young business man o< Webber’s Falls, and while he robs Bentoaville of one of her most charming daughters yet the Sun ex tends its hearty*congratulations and wishes them many long years of liapjiiness. Tbev received a mini ber of handsome presents, principal ly silverware. The following were the guests who witnessed the cere mony: Rev. D. C. Boggs and wile, Dr. T. M. Wyatt and wife. Misses Corrinne Parker, Minnie Dunlap and Leon Paul.” A railroad survey is beiug made for a line from Yellville to Spring Held. _j ^V I //? addition to my Large stock of Ready-Made Clothing, I can show you a large Line of Samples of The latest spring And summer styles, As / have the agency For a large Merchant Tailoring Establishment From Cincinnati. A Perfect fit guaranteed, And at prices to Suit anybody..v COME AND LOOK AT M\ SAMPLES AND PRICES ::::::::: M. JACOBSON. Civil Service Examinations. Postoffick, Ft. Smith, Ark.,) Febrnaiy 12, 1892. ) To tile Public: United States Civil Service examinations will be held in Fort Smith, Ark., at the United States Courthouse anti post office on March 22, 1892, beginning at 9 a. m., for the departmental serv ice, Washington, D. C., and lor the railway mail service. No person can be examined who has not previously filed an appli*** lion on a blank which ."••• pe oli tamed by writing to the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C. The applica tions, carefully and correctly execut ed, should he forwarded to the Com mission in ample time to secure an admission cart). A delay in filing the application may result in a fail ure to obtain an admission card in time to be examined. A pamphlet of instructions will accompany every application blank. in the southern states and in re mote western states the supply of applicants for the railway mail serv ice is not equal to the demand. James K. Barnes, P. M., Sid B. Redding, Ass’t P. M. David Botto, Members Local Board of Examiners. Pkkscott, Ark., Oct. 25, 1880. Paris Medicine Co. Paris, Tenn. Please send me at onee by Express one-half gross Grove’s Tasteless Chili Tonic. For chills, malarial and bil iousness it is a valuable preparation, and I think it only a question of time when it will take the place of all other Chill Tonics. I sold two bottles to a party who had some very bad cases of chills In hi* family. He tells me that it made a per manent cure, after several other high ly recommended remedies had failed. Yours truly, Hugh Moncrikf. Grove’s Tasteless CfoMl Tonic is a perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and blood purifier. Removes billiousuegs with out purging. As pleasant as Lemon Syrup. It is as large as any dollar tonic and retails for 50c. To get the oknuink ask lor Grove’s. A hill to give exclusive jurisdic tion in criminal cases to the courts in the Indian Territory arouses vig irons opposition ut Ft. Smith for the business it would take from the city. Dli, Wliat a Cough. Will you heed the warning? The signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption Ask yourselves if you can afford lor the sake of 50c., to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experi. sure that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why mofe than a million bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup tnd whooping cough at once. Mothers, Jo not be without It. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh’s Porous Plas ter. Sold by Weimer Drug Co. We have a speddy a> d positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth ind headache, in SHILOH’S REMEDY A nasal injector free with eacli bottle. L’se it if you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50c. Sold by Weimer Drug Co. The Aikadelphia colton mills will be sold at public sale on March 1st. The company owes as much as it will bring aud the stockholders will lose their entire investment. Dyspepsia and Diver Complaint. Is it not wortli the small price of 75c. to free yourself of every symptom of these distressing complaints, if you think so cull at our store and get a bot tle ot Shiloli’s Vitalizer. Every bottle lias a printed guarantee on it. L’se ac cordingly and '1 it does you no good it will cost yon nothing. Sold by Wei iner Drug Co. You run no risk. All druggists guarantee Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all tiiat the manufacturers claim for it. Mrs. Isadore Meyer was defeated in her suit against the Iron Moun tain road for $50,000 for the killing of -her husband on the train near Bald Knob by Jno. W. Greater, the maniac, a few months ago. Mount Claim, Texas, Sept. 13,1888. Paris Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. Dear Sirs: —Big demand lor your Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. I am out, havn’t a bottle in (be house, and a li.yun nr more chIIs for it evprv dar. Sfend at once, care St. Louis, Ark. A Texas It. K. one gross Grove’s Taste less Chill Tonic. Bespeetfully, i). M. Blackburn. To Cure La Grippe. Move the bowels well with Epsom Suits, or any good Liver Pill, ami lake 2 teaspoons!ill of Grove’s 'Tasteless Chill Tonic every 3 hours, for 24 hours. If taken in this way, It will never fall to cure LaGrlppe or Severe Colds, in front 12 to 24 Hours. It acts as a gener al tonic to the whole system, and has proven to be a never-falling remedy for this distressing complaint. As pleas ant to the taste as Lemon Syrup. Price 50 cents. To get the genuine ask for GROVE’S. Last Saturday at Ozark a second meeting was held by the farmers to take action regarding the over pro duction of cotton. About 2f>0 fsrm t-rs were present, and after discuss ing the question pro and con. a com miltec of six were appointed to draft resolutions and report at the next meeting, which will be held Feb in ary 13. The greatest interest is being manifested by all classes in this movement, and the hope is ex pressed that enough wheat will be planted to supply the demands of Franklin county. A Husband's Mistake. Husbsuds too often permit wives, and parents their childrens, to suf fer from headache, dizziness, neu ralgia, sleeplessness, tits, nervous ness, when by the use of Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine such serious re sults could easily be prevented. Druggists everywhere say it gives ; universal satisfaction, and has an immense sale. Woodworth A Co. | of For*. Wat ne. Ind.; Snow A Co., of I Syracuse, N Y.; J. C. Wolf, Hills— jdale, Mich., and hundreds of others I say “it is the greatest seller they ever knew.” It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book on Nerv ous Disease, free at Weimcr Drug ‘Co. * HARRISON (ESTES) NURSERY We have added many new varieties of FRUITS AND ORNAMENTALS to our Nursery, of which the following is a partial list: •Jeff Davis, a new Apple originated in Boone. Blaca English Mulberry* Scarlet Trumpet Honeysuckle, and La Marque, one of the tluest white or fleafi-colored Ro»cb—a constant bloomer. To merely thank our customers for pn*t pat ronage would bo but to follow a monotonous custom, but wo are determined to show our appreciation by ofTcringom customers greater induccmetitits than ever before. We can du plicate me prices of any reliable nursery, and make you a present besides. Trusting we will have t he pleasure of serving you, we are Yours in the interest of Fruit Culture, O. A. GAMBLE, Prop., HARRISON, ARKANSAS B. WILSON, # ATrORNBY-AT-LAW, RUSSELLVI LLK, A RKANSAS Oflice -First door west of Courthouse Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to him. Practices in all the State and Federal Courts JJAN b. granger, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RUSSE LLVI LLK, A R K A NS AS Will practice in all the Courts of the State and United states. Special attention given to Commercial, Real Estate and Probate practice Titles investigated ^ and Abstracts furnished. -THE RUSSELLVILLE MUSIC : HOUSE WILL SELL THE ESTEY & CAMP PIANOS & ORGANS OF EASY PAYMENTS. WE FURNISH ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE AT FAIR PRICES. Y. J. GARRETT, : : Proprietor, i Rooms over Bowden A Weir’s. For Sale or For Kent. Two No. 1 good brick store rooms and one frame store room. all situated in the best loca tion for business in Russellville, Ark. Terms reasonable. Address: J. L. SHINN, Russellville, Arkansas Stockholder's* Meetintr. A general meeting of the stockholders of the Dardanelle and Russellville Railway Compa ny will be held at the office of • he secretary of said company at Dardanelle, Arkansas- on the 26th day of March, 1892, the day appointed for the annualelection of directors of said railway company. GKO. L. KIMBALL. President L. C. HALL. Secretary. McElree’s Wine of Cardui and THEDFCRD'S BLACK - DRAUGHT are for sale by the following merchants in Pope County: WKIMER DRUG CO., Russeilviue. .J. YV. WELLS, WILLIAM BROOKS, *♦ CITY DRUG STOKE, YV. A. GALLOWAY, Atkins. HINTON A SON, BLEDSOE & FORD, “ I. N. CAGLE, ( aglcsville, YV. A. BAIRD. Dover. BRANT A SON, Appleton. H SMITH, London. BURGESS A ROBERTSON, London. R. H. GARDNER, I’ottn station. NY. 8. N F.VVrON, Scottsvlile The Mammoth Spring Cotton Mill will soon he in operation. McElre^t WINE OF CARPI.1! far female diseases. VOR TIIK BLOOD, YV oak ness, Malaria, Indigestion and Biliousness, take BROWN’S IRON RITTERS. It cures quickly, l or sale by all dealers in medicine. Get the genuine. Washington county convicts are used iu macadamizing tbe streets of Fayetteville. Consumption Cured. An old pliysiciau, retired from practice, hav ing bud placed in his hands by an East Indian missionary, the formula *»f a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy ond permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat ami Lung Affections, also a |H>wi tive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous complaints after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of rases, has felt it his defer to make it knows to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive aim a desire to relieve human suffering. I will send free of charge, to All who desire It, this recipe, in German, French or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this pa*>er, YY\ A. Noyes, 820 Bowers’ Block, Rochester. N. Y. marl3-92 tar BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation The reporter ol the Ft. Smith ! Times was heaten by a swindling horse trader whom he had written up. Buckleu’8 Arnica Halve. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, salt Rheum, hover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, orns, and all Skin Eruptions, sud io positively ures Biles, or no pay required. It guaran teed to give perfect.satisfaction or money re fuuded. Brice *5 cents per box. For sale by J W. WELLS. Miles’ Nerve ami l.iver Pills. Act on a new principle—regulating the liv er, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles’ fills speedily cure biliousness, bail taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Uncqualcd for men, women, children, smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses The United States jail at Ft. Smith contains 135 prisoners. Try BLACK DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia. Warranted, no cure, no pay. There are many imitation?. To get the qkn uink, ask for Grove’s. A Washington county farmer sold fifty hogs averaging 325 pounds for over $000. For Over Fifty \ ears Mrh. Winhlo w ’8 soothing Syrup has been used hi mill Jens of mothers lor their enlktreo while toothing. If disturbed ut night and broken of your rest by h sick child send ut once and tcet a (Kittle of "Mr*. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup” for children teethiug. It will relieve the little sufferer lot me iiately. It cures l)iurrh<ea. regulates the Stomach and llowels, cures Wind colic, Softus the Gums, reduces Inflammation,andgivestone and energy !-• the whole system ‘•Mrs. W iuslow ’s Soothing Syr up” pleasant to the taste and is the prescrip tion of one of the oldest and best female pbys- j idans und nurses iu the United Slates. Price | twenty-five cent* a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world He sure and ask for “Mrh. Winslow’s Soot hi no syrup.” tf McELREE S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerves. A company lo manufacture a ma chine to chop cotton is being organ ized at Little Rock. LAniRX .• ;‘ciJIub a tonic, or children who want build ing up, should lalo IIKOVV.VS IIIIlV BHTKKS. - ptattHUB. cures Malaria, bldtsMtkm, iiuueu, Liver Com pi a Lula and Neuralgia. Corxkksvii.le. Miss., dec. 20, 1888. Messrs. Paris Med. Co., Paris, Tenu.: Please send ice three doz. of your drove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. 1 was i pleased with the lot 1 got from you | last summer. The people were delight ed with It. I gave your tonic to some i children who were pale anil swarthy and emaciated, having had chronic ! chills for months past, one of them for a year, and within three mouths after beginning with the chill tonic, they were hale and hearty, with red and rosy cheeks, it acted like a charm. Yours, dte. W. W. Stinson, M. I). An attempt tvas made Monday night to wreck a passenger train n: Augusta by pilling croas ties on tbe track. | Mr WINE OF CARDMI, a loaic itI Worn**. k -€mmmkwW' WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET? lift a *“am less shoo, with no tacks or wax threat! to hurt the feet; made of the liest fine ealf, stylish and easy, and because we make, more shoe* of this (trade than any other manufacturer, !t equals hand* sewed shoes costing from $1.00 to $5.00. (£R $$UrnaiDC Hnud-wowed, the finest calf shoe ever offered for H .00; equals French imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to $12.00. 6A 00 llnnd-Sevsed Welt Mhoe, fine calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. The beat shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as cus tom-made shoos costing from $8.00 to $'. *>. (DO 50 Police Mboet Farmer*, Railroad Kflp sP and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf, Beamless, smooth inside, heavy three sole*, exten sion edge. One pair will wear a year. O 50 flue enlft no better shoe ever offered at this price; oue trial will convince those who want a shoe for com fort and service. 0CO 25 nnd 92.00 Work hiumu n*a shoe* m* a ore very strong nnd durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. DaVC^ 92.00 nnd Ml.75 school shoes are E* vAj 57 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. I ftriioc M.t.00 Ilnnd-eewed shoe, besb k(4Ulv9 Dongola. very stylish; equals French imported shoes costing from $l.oo to $6.00. Undies* 2.50* 92*00 and 91.75 shoe fo*. Blisses are the best fine Dongolo. Stylish and durable (’nution.—See that W. L. Douglas' name anc* price are stamped on tho bottom of each shoo. nr take no substitute.^*! Insist o*i local advertised dealers supplying votl TV, 1*. DOUGLAS, lirocktou. !><»■«. SoldW R-. J\ WILSON. ^CITY^ \l l. CEAItr, Proprietor, West Side Jefterson Street, RUSSELLVILLE, ARK, By prompt and courteous attention I shall hope to merit the patronage of the public. Highest market price paid for good Cattl., IIog9. Sec. “ COME AND SEE ME ! fl§IIWIIWIIWllWlttll$flWtt*ll»l$IIWIIWII ll PERRY & SON Headquarters for !'! * fresl] : CmedJl V1 r & Low Prices. TOBACCOS. SNUFF &C =======-=========[. Prompt and courteous attention to ! all. Como and see as. iiiM§iiii§iiii§iiii^iiii§mi^iiiikiiii§iiii^iiii»iniBiiBi5EB MOUNTAIN SPRINGS NURSERY D. F. Moore, Prop. Poetoffice, - - Russellville, Ark. -b Why pay such high prices for fruit trees, vines, and other nursery stock when you can get them at home from a reliable man? Qt MOORE has a general assort ment of fine and reliable fruits, and desires home patronage. Notice. V. S. LANW OFFICE, ( DtrdflueUf, Ark., dan. *25,1892\ Complaint huving been entered at this oflice by A C. Hpainhotir, of Pope county, against Amos Wilson for abandoning hie Homestead Entry No. 17901, dated Nor. *21, 1885, ii| on the N frl' J* of N K. Section 18, Township 9, N. *. *20 \\\, In Pope county. Ark with a view to the cancellation of sit id entry; the said pail ice arc hereby summoned to appear at this oftice ou the 5th day of March. 18182. at 10 o’clock, b, in , to ics)>ond and furnish testimony concert ing said alleged abandonment* WILL A. F. MAY, Register. Notice for public a nos-Landomec at Dardanelle, Ark.,Jan. 88,1892. Notice 15 hereby given that the following-named set tier has tiled notice of his intention to make Huai proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Dardanelle, Arkansas, on March 18, 1892 viz: Eli W Choate, Hd 177-itt, for the N>* NWIrltf 8eo ‘2 Tj> 7, ll r 19 w. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence uj ou and cultivation of said land, viz: T Ik Kind rick George Harris John Price, O J Kindrick, all oi Russellville, Ark. marlO WI L L A, F. M A Y, Register. ICstrayod. One two-year-old black ami whit’ jdiMel llolHtcin boll, with ear tag in one mu and •» ring in his nose. Suitable reward will I t imitl for hid return. Han&in St Oat KB. For Sale. A NO. t brood aud work marc to sell cheap ./V. for bankable note, \|>i>lyio U. ii. WlNN, iiusfceLlviUe, Ark Wauled to Trade. A tins heller for corn. Apply to K. - — B. Wilson. Russellville. Ark. if The Harrison Banner is organiz ing a world’s fair correspondence bureau for north Arkansan papers. These little “bird seed” pills are a great humbug—one dose calls lor another. Take a substantial reme dy that will do permanent good and effect a permanent cure. Smith’s Bile beans is the remedy. A course of P. P. P. will banish all bad feelings, and restore your health to perfect condition. Its curative powers arc marvelous. If out of sorts and in a bad humor with your self and the world, take P. P. P., and become healthy and rational. Dr l&sac Folsom of Lonoke will bequeath $20,000 to the Little Rock Medical College to establish the ! ‘Folsom clinic.” Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. If i yon are afflicted witli a cough, cold I or any lung, throat or chest trouble, i aud will use this remedy as directed ‘giving it a fair trial, aud experience j ho benefit, you may return the bot ; tie and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we 1 not know that Dr. King's New Dis oovery coold be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free, at J. W. Wells’ drugstore. Large siz# 50c. and $1.