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1*rks<;ott, Ark.. Ai fi. 20, 1.88.r». W. B. White. \ J- W. Gardner » Editors and Proprietors. Eor t 'engross—Thii d Pis* rict: IIOX. 1108.1. Mt'Ej.VE, t'f Ni vaila CVuintv. MMorniUMUKnBUuv' z.**v~x* MU.Taor.rf. Afefc the Republican Federal of fice holders iu this district putting up money to defeat the Democrat ic candidate for Congress? Indeed there seem to lie good grounds for mi spec ting that they are. The declaration was publicly made on our streets here one day last week that Judge Mitcliel is backed by ell the Republican money neceea ly to procure his election, i( money can do it. Now where can any lb publican be found who would be more likely to contribute mon i \ tor such a purpose than those in office here in this district? That Judge Mitcliel is backed by Re publican money we do not doubt, nor do we doubt thatn good por lion of it is furnished by “rascals” here in our midst whom Mr. Cleve land ought to have removed from cilice w ceks ago. The opposition candidate h».° at Inst approached near enough for Tom McRae to see the whites of his eyo«. And the whites of Mitch el's eyes are always very white when he is On the road to ‘•con gress.’* It has often been noticed, too, that the home stretch of an ex cursion Congressward makes the Judge’s entire anatomy turn pale. It is this deceptive home-stretch that demoralizes t ho Judge, and pre \ cuts him from being the most suc cessful candidate for congress on record .lie is always a long dis tance ahead until he reaches this o\ crhistiug uphill, jack-o'-lantern like home stretch; then he sudden ly becomes “powerful” leg-weary, and Ids competitor trots on out to the end of the track and taken the prize. 11 thcJudge would only elim inate the home-stretch, lie could be j the most formidable competitor any man ever ran against. lie would tie in\iuciblc. Hut all! that home stretch ! There it lies directly be 1 ween I lie Judge and a scat in Con gr*-ss! Wr. wonder, and to no consider tilde degree in idle curiosity, how Judge Mitchel stands in this can-; ' ass upon the question of a Na tional whipping post law? When J <> was a State Senator a few years : go lie introduced a bill for such a State law. And certainly if a man nr woman should have his or her J ack laid bare and be whipped for violating u State law, why should not he oi she be punished in like manner for an infraction of a Na tional statute! If a State ought to make a long stride backwards in the course of civilization and take t p this most bidcousrelicofbarba i isic, why ought not the National government to do so also! Will runic cheap man,'who does not val ue bis life very highly, be kind « uougb to put these questions to the Judge? We would rather not, although we would like to know howjic would answer them. The Judge, we undcstood became very sore upon this whipping post qncs tion in the la t canvass, and tin s', liter's life is not insured for half s'.ri much ns it ought to be to justify bbu in venturing across the doa d line. \\ k are curious to Know what j nsition, ifuny, Judge Mitclicd will l ike on the temperance question in t ,'u canvass. During the canvass year ho delivered a lecture at the Christian church here one light in which he took strong ground against the manufacture, i njioitatiou or sale of intoxicating! liquors anywhere in tin* 1 nited Htates. He wanted to sec every drop of the accursed stull stamped i at. A few days Inter lie made n political speech to a large gather ing of farmers at liosstou in which 1 (* said he wished to see a return of the good old days ‘•hefo’ the v ah’’ wlieu every farmer could dis till his own grain and fruit without being taxed, and volunteered to work to t hat end if elected to Con gress. lKut this little discrepancy ^Oj out on the Judge, and the vota ju s of ilie punch bowl said they <lid not wish to send a prohibition ist to Congress, nr.u ll;“ temper ance people protested Ti*gt they i.id nut care tu be represented ,b> mi ndvoeate of free whisky and brandy. Ho between the two, the Judge gut badly whip sawed, ami Col. Jones gut elected. It is hard ly possible, < f course, for the Judge t,j be more honest in this canvas; man ho was in tin last, but his f, iu.-ds have a right tu demand t i.it be shall nl least try to be p.uic ciuumspcci cj£ar.«rvu*r*r.ju ♦ ir ••• cufamc The l‘.<iC is Blade t’p. Judge C E. Mitclicl lias formal I ly amiounecd himself a candidate [for Congress against Hon. T. C. Mcltae. Thus the issue is made up. Mcltae is before the 'people as the regularly appointed and duly accredited representative of the Democratic, party, of whoso living principles he has been from boy hood a steadfast advocate. The principles of his party are fixed, definite and certain, and are abun dantly exemplified in his own pub lic life and'character. lie goes forth under commission from his party, and by it he can and will he held to a strict accountability. I po.i the other hand Judge Mitchel enters the arena repre senting no principle on earth ami acknowledging responsibility to nb party or organization capable of holding him to account tor his course in Congress, if lie, should be elected. tSuch policies as lie ad vocates are vague, indefinite and visionary, and of the instahVntv and impracticability o£ 'which /iis own public life and character cou litutc, perhavs, without disparage ment best illustration that co'.;'u t>o offered or desired. More over, if he should be elected he would enter Congress at variance with the majority in that body, and also with the Administration. He would find himself on this account alone divested of all power to rep resent his constituency to any practical advantage, no matter how good his purposes might be. Mr. Mcltae is in accord with the majority in Congress up'Mi all vital issues except that the major itv itself is div ided upon the lines tion ot tlio tariff. Upon tins mo nu ntovrs question Mr. McRae coin cides witii t'ac Carlislc-Morrison sentiment, which is t!iO pure Dem ocratic sentiment. As to the poli cy of the Administration, he agrees witii and endorses the President upon all important questions ex cept the silver question anil the question of ‘‘turning the rascals out.” Mr. llcltac is now and al ways has been in favor of the tin limited coinage of silver, and also of turning the rascals out as soon as possible without apology or oth er charge than that they are Re publican.'. Doing tlm in harmony with the majority in Congress and the Administration, Mr. McRae could do all for his constituency that could be done by any llopro-1 Kontativo under at least ordinarily favorable circumstances. Judge Mitchcl could do nothing. Wo, all the people ol the district, without regard to.party, class or calling, have much to retain and much to gain by voting for McRae. We have much to lose and nothing) to gain by voting for Mitchcl.! lienee in all human probability by far the most ot us will ho mindful enough of our own iutesests to vote for McRae. Wh) I nv are me peopio wi sas, aided l>,v their Senators and Kcpresentatives in Congress, pow erless to procure tho removal ol some of the most unscrupulous, mOft obnoxious, llepublican polit- j ieal partisans that ever inlested any country, from Federal olliees here in their midst! Can it he pos silde that tho President is in any degree disposed to slight or neg lect this State? Could there be any propriety in the Attorney-. General saying a word in behalf .of the people of his own State! He knows the character of the men holding these Federal offices—par ticularly those in the 'third ( on gressional district, where an im portant election is now pending, and in which, wo doubt not, they are secretly, ii not openly, practic ing all their old tricks to detent die Heinocratie candidate. Attor ne\ -General Garland ktiosw that these men came lu re s venteen or eighteen years ago ns political ad venturers. lie knows that iiom that day until this they have held Fed-tal offices here m a district where if the offices had been cL-o tlvc it would have been impossible at any time to install themselves in a single one of them, lie Knows that during idl these years pol ities, of tho lowest, meanest, most debased and corrupt type, has been their trade. He knows fttr theiniore that they earn© here us carpet-baggers in the days of l’e I construction to hold Federal ol tices, to rob and to plunder the people, uml to manipulate the col ored vote lor the llepoblieau par 1 ty in every election, and that they ‘ arc here to-dav, in nowise r< gener ,te,', and with but little, it any, more it’v?atity with or sympathy f >r our pee, !e than they had the day they came marcJjh’b' »»to the State witii their curpet-l'ags m their hands in quest if spC:!.1 al,t^ ai** v» ntnre. Will tin President ask the A' toi in vG > net al about them i W ill ‘tlu> AttoraieyrGeneral tell him? l Jt not, v hy not * amonsivw “Talk About .Moccasins.” Secretary Lamar told a story the : other day which, lie said, illustrate how assiduously the President is applying liis -tt ntion to the great questions of government, and the , degree of importance he attaches to the matter of removing Republican Federal office-holders. “A man ! was plowing land for me,” said the Secretary, “and lie plowed up a couple of moccasin snakes. ‘I was plowing, you know, colonel,’ ho sail, ‘1 wasn’t hunting moccasins; but when I came across the creat ures I stopped plowing long enough to cut their heads off. I’.ut you know, colonel, 1 Nvasn’t hunting moccasins; I was plowing.’ The present Administration, like this practical Mkssixmpj ian. is plowing, and the cutting off the heads of any vermin it discovers in the coPTse of its track is an incident, 'mily at tended to, but not tlm main busi ness, as some ollipo-,seekers would like to make The Administra tion is p'A limiting snakes —it is plo\yi",g.” vfhc illustration, wo have no doubt, is an apt one, and the Pica yune neither withholds its indorse ment from the President’s course nor questions his appreciation of tlic importance of the immediate removal of obnoxious Republican Federal office-holders. Wc are not only unprepared to deny that his policy is, in the main, the best that could bo devised and carried out, but we arc unwilling to do so. The most we can say is that from our standpoint, ho is nat plowing half enough for snakes. We feel constrained to invite bis attention to a ra‘hcr extensive truck patch in Arkansas which ought to be subsoiled for snakes right away. It has needed it a long time, and for the last six months it lias been actually suffering. And when the Administration plowman breaks ground in it—if lie ever does, if he ever does, we say—he will find more Ilian two sleek, well-fed moo cn ins whose beefy heads ought to have been chopped off before the President sat down to dinner on the day of his inauguration. Talk about moccasins ! Why, if anybody would give the President even the most diminutive idea of the kind of moccasins there arc in this j State— particularly in the Third; Congressional district—it would he j useless for him to seek rest and re-; pose in the quiet woods of New York or any where else until ho had stopped plowing long enough to chop their heads off. His con science would not allow him an | hour of sound, peaceful sleep any-J where until he had extracted their : fangs. Can you hear us "holler,” Mr. President f The Prescott Enigma _____ “Cncle Bully’' Ferguson was al most over‘omo with joy Sunday evening when his triends gently j broke the news to him that Judge Mitchel had declared himself a can didate for Congress. When he had ; “rallied” sufficiently to speak, lie ! said he would vote tor the Judge with the keenest relish. “I'nelo Bully” .may mean well, and possibly lie do: c. Wo would not say to the contrary, But if so, lie is the great enigma of enig mas At every election he seems to find the most exquisite delight in voting fortlio most undeserving candidate in the field. Ho takes lively inter est in every Democratic primary contest, and then votes against the nominees. And what is funnier still: every Democratic primal v is "the last one he ever expects to go into as Ung ns he lives.” A right good thing occurred at the last one he attended—the one held in this township on the 11th day of July to express a choice between the candidates for the nomination fur Congress. “Uncle Bully” was an enthusiastic Bearden man. The cor volition, however, was, we be lieve, with one exception unani mous for McRae. This gave "Un cle Bully ? a "hot box,” and as he struck the foot of the stairs on the return trip lie declared it was “the last Democratic convention lie would ever go into as long as he lived.” A country Democrat—a regular old Andrew Jackson “bourbon”—overhearing the re mark, retorted: "By jacks, yoft had no business in this one, except as a “specked ’tutor!-’ More to Our Liking. There is much less cause for alarm to he seen in the present phase f the Congressional cam paign than there was before “the cuemy" developed himself. So long us he remained in his lair, Democrats knew not in which di rection to turn their faces to avoid surprise. \\ e were morally certain iljeif* would be opposition in some gui.-i j/nai some (punter, sooner .or lut'ei. pluR tv Ju Ige Mitch el's announcement the v ery siltuce and stillness cf the opposition in spired ns with alarm. Being so very uulike the noisy elements and factions which compose the oppo sition, wo regarded iht-ir hushed voices and apparent, inactivity as ominous of uu impending danger from an unhown quarter and in an uiipxpe-jteil'forrn. The mistery ot such tactic^ filled ns with awe. Bnt the very moment the Judge came forth with the blare and blast of bis wart rumpet-at the first sound of his well-known rallying cry, the same we have so often heard that it no longer has any terrors for us— all suspense, all forebodings, all vague apprehensions ot danger from an unseen foe, were dispelled. And now, while we do not under estimate the numerical strength, the cunning, the zeal, or the audac ity of the enemy, the conflict is much more to our likieng than it was before. \\ c candidly admit that the result is involved in doubt and | uncertainty, but the danger that menaces us is no longer lurking in unseen places. We know where it is and what it is,and, although it i~ formidable, if we fail to overcome it at the polls, we can never plea 1 surprise, or anything else, in miti gation of our defeat except our own default in bringing out the full vote of our party. We prefer an open, hard, aggressive fight, to a defense against an uncertain,phan tom-like enemy that can neither he seen nor felt, and yet is always around, about, mul among us—a vague,.intangible, mysterious ene my—more demoralizing to our own organization, and tar more to be dreaded, in that form than it would be confronting us in solid phalanx. If we are destined to defeat under any circumstances, let it bo achiev ed by an organized enemy. “it illy A rood the Flag Hoys.'’ We hav • been v. ry miehnnu: 1 at the •regular' deiiuwrntic papers since tbe mooting of the eoiigri-'i'Mi.'tl convention in tim city. Tie. v lire very -• .l-.-it m - for the safety of the iioutimio, aim some of thorn ncca-o the Inih; i>n uknt of “p -suming” in it.- a Jv 1* eagainst running an oppositi >n can U : ..•;. Many of them fill their valuable space in denying the rep «rte 1 dissatisfaction at the re sult of the convention, v.l.ile all ft them lus tily sing ‘•Hilly nr "in’, the ling boy*. ’ Now ■ ■ ■ R l) perfect!v sincere in it- a lvi«M—in fact it i-. al v ays sincere, because \ic have ncicr tu.li made up our mind that just no:o it i- pol.ey to run a candidate, but ivc are "nearly convin eed against our will, * because there to n-t he a “bug under the chip*' or the organs ol lii partv Would n it uliv.id so mieh uneasi ness. Then tli" Nevada I’i •ayune of ye-;tordiy “jincs in the cle.rus” and v.iuus the l vs to “lo.>k out for Milcht 1.” Jii I-.- Mit -li”! i-- at home—engaged in the pra> t v of law, ami imr.-iug a sic!: family, lie lias given no intimation that ho v, ill be a candidate, but if .this unea-in •■--by the lea 1 cr-and sauubydrimscontinue lie may be in duced to "sail hi.”— 1 - v.rk \ in In l'P •". I cut. You, l*ri). Warren, the Demo era tie journals ot this district were ' right, at hist, about Judge Mitch el’s coming out, t ic. as tin* sequel lias shown, since lie formally an nounce 1 !J : candidacy in Sunday's tiazctl". Allot'the Indepeuilaut’s sayings intimating that lie would not tic a candidate to the contrary, lie is out in opposition to the Dem ocracy. So tlie cry “rally around the lhig,” tiiat seemed to amuse you so much, was nut without pith. This alertness on Hit part ot the papers, simply knocked the idea ot a “silent campaign” on the part of the , lndcpondcnt-tirccnhack llepnbliean element in the district in the head; lor they saw they could n >t catch us asleep, and so induct d their candidate to anuouce 11 i m si i • 1 f Ouv allusion to tl e whispering’s etc, iu the opposition camp here last v.( ok, ami admonition to Dem ocrats be on their guard ami not he caught napping, that it was proba ble Jugc Mitchcl might come out, was in good time. Democrats have a good ol 1 flag to ‘‘rally around,” and right well do they do their duty iu supporting it. Sorry Itro. Warren lias no 11 ig to ••rally around.’’ lie may claim that lie has, and g > at length to try t i prove it, but still it remains a fact there are only two real polit ical factions iu this country, the j Dorn icrats and It ‘publicans. We here deny that there is dis satisfaction and dissent ion in the Democratic party, because of the action of the Texarkoha conven tion, as the Independent tries to intimate. The papers over the district is the truest index of the feeling of the people, and all of them without exception, say there is no dissatisfaction. And now we will close this arti cle by again saying to all true Democrats.“rally imjtiud the flag,” and when tlie«day for the election rolls round see that you turn out and vote lor Tom McUteand Detn lociaey. and urn your influence to Jr €3 -W.*' --**■** V(*r-h -> m m— 1 Inii: r in recruits to the paity. Lets snow Mitchel uiuler a u'KKJ majori ty, so lie will ne ver be able to again i oppose the Democracy. As A CANDIDATE for Congress Judge Mitchel is in one respect an | unparallelled success. Ho is un questionably the only man in the | United States who can make mon joy ruuuing and getting defeated for Congress. We do not except , even Old Con Cutler, cunning old ! politician as he is. lint lest this declaration may bo misleading as to the Judge’s financial ability, we will qualify it by say iug that, so far as our kno wledge extends, that is tiie only way in which he can and over does make any considerable amount of money. — What Miry Will be “Hol ering' l or When the last day comes, and the angel (ialirii shall have sound ded his trumpet the editor nt the Arkansas Democrat wi'l rise up. shake his dry bones, and ask tor a ‘•new constitution.’’—White River Journal. Yes and about that time, if he is able to “rise up” and ‘‘ask”' for anything, Rube Carl Lee will prob ably ask for water.—Little Rock Democrat. TIi" * 'rn! poet an th • Sheridan I! ■r.dlii'ht ought to die young.—Morrilton Headlight. And the corpse of the “local drea mer” on the Morrilton Headlight should be* ready to accompany him. Every ne\v>]>Rp .*r in the Orel Cod.:trs'tonal di>triut is i-dj porting C< T. C. McKrio fur cor.gr-'is excepting o: r.Thii T - ;•< i;s l-i- 1 pendent and that \> not opp -’iv? :i—U.i: £o«1vj11o Democrat. And in the face of all that a full llegcd independent candidate , in ! the person of Ex-Judge E. Mitchel, is in the field. Col,. J. N\ Smitiikb spo( i ,1 land agent ot the Interior Department, liar been ordred to New M \ieo to investigate, fraudulant land entiles. A Fast In ; (iir!. In Ciueinnati a sixteen-year-old giri recently died after a fast of fifty-two days. She bad been at tacked by something like paralysis which rendered it impossible fori her to take nourishment. The lili man system cannot thrive without good food and good ability to di | gest it. Weak and impaired diges-' tion is rectified by Crown's Iron Hitters—In tier than any ofiier ton- j ic in the world. Air. J. II Free j berg. Pomeroy, Iowa, says: "! used Brown’s Iron Bitters for ilys- ! pepsin and poor appetite, and it completely cured me. It will ( are you. Bradfifi.d’s Female Refit, y* Tou, n purely Vegetable compound scientifically prepared. Will cure all derangements or irregularities of monthly sickness. Rend fur or r Treatise on Woman. Mailed free to any address. But, Y FIELD R.CU I'J. YTOU Co., Atlanta < >a MOTHRE’S wjiaiLiiM—wsmun NO MORE TERROR NO MORE HORROR NO MORE DANGER -To MoiliGr er Child The Iirerttl of Transformed to HOPE ANU JOY! siren and Ejsi TO SUFFERING WOMAN i Tliis inv-il i ■ bit' prep •irntb>n is truiv :t t vl uinph of svio ntific skill, aid no more iia -tima Ido beiicllt was ever he slowed on the mother; of the world. / 'Til in >t only short ens the time of labor and lessens the intensi tv of pain, but better than all, it greatly di miiii;lies the danger to ililu of both mother and lehild, and leaves the mother in a condition highly favorable to (speedy recovery, and liar less liable to (bind ing convulsion;, and (other alarming ivinp [tnms incident to lin ger mg and painful lu li.>r. It truly wonder ful 1 rtlea. V ill this r • 'speetentitli s the MofU Klt’s FllIKN'l) to be rank l'd as one of tin? life saving appliances given to tim world b\ the dis ■ overii s of modern - i eliee. From the nature of the ea-e, it will of course be understood that we eann.it publish eetlilliaites enneernir.g this Kkmki.y without wounding the delicacy of the v.'li'ers. Vet w • ' have hundreds of such j to-timoiiiui.. on tile, and no mother who has 'once I - 1 it will ever again la; without it in . lie.' time of tr mhle. A prominent physician lately remark .1 to t)u> proprietor limt, if it wore admissible to make pulilio I lie letter- wo re.. i. • *. tlie \lotb ! crV Friend would out-sell anything ou tlie ! market. 1 most earnestly entreat every femalo ex pecting to la* t olifined t«» oso Mother’.8 Friend. Coup'* 1 with till- entreaty 1 will add that during a long obstetrioul prttetioe (! Tty-four years) 1 have never known it to tail to produce a safe and otiiek delivery. H J. 1IOMKB, M. D Atlanta, >. *' Bend for our book containing valuable) in f. *inatinn tlir women. It will ben.ailed free \ lo apple.' i t-. Addivs Tut lisvtau.it’ 1!k< i r.vrou Co., !' is. AC (is SUCCESSORS TO HENDRICKS ABEl.ES & co . Manufactures and Dealers in MAIN STREEL, LITTLE ROCK, ARR. E’rics «l‘ Wiaidou (vlas*, Sa<s!i, Davr* and mjl|(i and Samples of Wall Paper Furnsiiied on application. Alsosamkj Cards of Mixed I’aint. y OUP STOCK IS FULL AND COMPLETE. Messrs. C. \V. Leake and W. N. Prater, Salesmen, with Mr. De a hoyde in the ot’ict.. V.'e invito old and new customers to come and see us. WEST FRONT STREET, .... PRESCOTT, ARK (13 a s ( 31 a i n S t re e f,) • ' " ; E^SCOTT, AI1K. We have lioup'it out Messrs. Oiilman A Pro. and expect to run j tirst-cluss stable in every particular. Wc have and expect to keep plenty ot Fine or Coinf >rt • ble Turn-outs, Which we will let out at Reasonable Ratos. Especial attention piven to stuck left for us to care for. The pat ' - public r< ipcctfully solicited. Commercial Traveler! „iven -peeia! attention. BONNER & BUSSELL. (Ol'N'r.IiTl’i I’SERS JJEWARS A Michigan Concern Enjoined. I [From th« Rod: -ti r Mornii . Ilev.dd ] Tin' following iolunct'o j |,:is 1 ei-i tnlonl by the 11 ■ •, * Ritters Uom my, of] Boob' ster. N. Y., ii-.ain-t C ! i’ . !>. W. r ner of Ri ling, M , prohibit! him i from manufacturing or telling " Ovriuuu lloj, inters.” ,■ rmsi'i'iit of the ViiHe,I Shi'rs hi' .1 )«*/'(•>( /•> ( nil,ilmi.s J). It uni r. of \ Jlf-'l liirl. AJieti.. It * S'rr il,!*. irnrk,art,, I S'll'S.r Hud r er.S.Ui 'I eui li (led < C: >J i f tin hi: Whi mat, il I is b >cn r< pn « ito 1 unt • th > J-, ..four Cite <’ • o', the II.m. Stan lev Matthews. and ti* I Ion. H IF !F r\ u. at Detroit, within u1. 1 f-r said Di-trict, -it ! ting its n Court of Chan • : y tl:.it \ i, C.-l- j 1 atiiius 11 Warner, are n nnuiiictnring and selling a medicine named German Hop HU * ps, iu frc.H.l'tlei.i a u h'linn id the //"y : I , a made nnd sohl by eomplaimiut,' your j -aid lilt.lit ini' being u'l viji I. rulchl'ih (I 'in I | ihleini'd 11 ni'sl t l lli' public into pur chasing sin 'l rouhlrrfeil g oils as the utaii ufai hirer of tlie < • -iiiplimint We therefore, in eon.-: lend ion of Ibcprern-! isos, do -iritkly te'r iu you, tin- raid t* ■ llati iiu» D. Warner, and all and every the |mt- ' -on ; above h-lined, jmin nshi'j the ,cor Is *• // ij, Jlitlci s” on any fluids continued in: bottle.- -.1 Ho to induce the belief that .-urh . fluids are imide bv <:■miiluiiiiint; and further, I from iiinnufm'turl'ig, wiling or otVerii g for j side any bitters or other fluids in the bottles ; and with the ! . an 1 in tlie goner il f •. n in which you v.vre manufacturing'iicl -•! ing : bitter* culled by you Gef nun Hop Hi t< r* on the tilling of the bill; or in liny other h t th-i, or with any oilier label- contrived or designed to represent or induce the belief tlint the 1 utters or fluids sold by you are the goods of the complainant, until the further ordcr of the Court. * * * 117 III> as This lloy. Mor.atsoy R. Wa.itB, chid Justice ol the IJliit-'d States, At Detr ii’ t’ois f'f: . ;b d iy of July, 1' '7. [i„ h.J Waller S. Harshn, Clerk. l'roscculo the Swindlers ! ! 1 If when you rail hr IIop Bitter* (.« < clnxtrr nf II ,].* i. i ll l"l, 7) the drugs gi.-t Imnds out any -tuit' ealh <1 (J. D. \':ir ncr's (h rinaii ih p Ititti r < r with other ••Hop” t iin>, ref ■ it and slum that dru gist as you would a \iper, und if ho low taken your muiiey fiir the i*tufl' indict him for tha fraud and sue him ‘for the dmr.iige tor the swindle and we will award you liber ally for the >■ uiviction. Si>o U. hh Court injunction against ('. 1>. MV arm r, r, n l.rig, M adi., an.l all hi- sales men, agents, druggists, and all other Iin'ta tors. AND xx x r l tit i W GXMi I^fiop. Having just r‘turned from Ittili ana, i:i 1 brought my 1 rothe,-, who' ! is n r.m.-l * lit 11, w iili mo, I am 'now |i<!>a alto m ■ ';»* >1011' am? IP :> i .il r.iiut ol:l Wagons anti , Bugg’ s tin 1 tdl l.it.'ts of repairs in \\ Oo.l to 1 i 11 ill iti ill boat oi style, anil s: hstuctiop guaranteed. MSot\( hi."; a KUrrinHtf : It is important that every man Mutt | owns Horses should hav. his Horses -hod by a good Smith, ami one that under lands the anatomy of a Horses hoof. Jinny a good! horse s feet litis been ruined in shoeing through ignorance on the ! part u! the Blacksmith. dir cus a'I riu/ and we ♦will (iuanuitre Satisfuc | tion. .j r n.uua i.i. | l eb’v 2nd, ISSo. I vfcrivallcd in Appearance Xfnparalleled in Simplicity. Vusurpaoscd in Construction. TTnprecedontcd in durability. Vuezcclled in Economy of Fuel Undisputed in BROAD CLAIM of being Ik VERY BEST OPERATING, QUICKEST SELLING, HANDSOMEST INI' Ever ofTcrod to tbo Publio. MADE ONLY BY THE EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO. Noa. C12, C14, C1C&618N. Maic ?t, 6T. LOUIS. MO. C'hiincory Sale. VTOTICE IS IIKUKBY GIVES tl»fitpur L\ euaut to it upettial execution U mu ll,r' ected and to ii ill-I reo I f till f 'ireuit t "»rt » Ncvfuiii county, Arkuiisnit, in (.’hamvry, run i■ ,‘i’ei! -t Un> Si ptemlier t'-rm thereof,m "P*;11 curt October -1 rd, lsstju r. cause therein in nding in which Solon,on, Jacob, Jin’' 1 Ik.- l-’n. -I mm mid Fane N. Snowden under tin way ai d atyla of Friodtnan Bro V. II- l.lamtiH *, and fhimn Page, Atkie-o.i und F. M. Strnngo ns Tnifiteu, in r:- defendtutta, I will »ol! on Saturday, September 5, 18k5, tie NJ of the SKI of section 10, township M; g/Went lving in Nevada county Amnn i . nt tin' front floor of the Court lieu*11 and for said county at public nuctmn to' w 1; -’i, .* bidder one ball on u credit of three un utlis and the other half on a credit ol month.- taking notes uilh good pen-onfti - curitv and rc..erving a lien on said 1-■»"“ Feciire tlio aume—to pay the sura of one ni - fir*- 1 find eighteen d Slur* »\nd t\ttv-tiw* et ^ „ ,-| in mid bv s.tid iWr*'t> to '■ 'iii f ■ I I U . v . , ui and declar 'd a lien upon sal 1 1-* ' ‘ . aid land , ..rd- ryd to lie sold, to same—and the proceeds of said s"-**' . , payment of c.,.a> to be paid to said " man Urotliei - or their uttornevs ol the extent of said mie hundred I'U'l clg»"J dollars mid tifty-flve < i t- hi > ' • aa-t u'*' 'iilirn:.ati in to the rights o'' said ”• . Atkin.cn in and by .-.aid d.-creo un'' ri-i-idm- if n .v * ‘'aid bo an Page. (/St All PlllKMi’’ Sheriff uf Nevada count) Neither mental nor i»l».vsical labor can l»e accomplished satis!m torily unless the system is in t>t «l'1 • When you feel tired, languid, vt'c* rid without exertion,. the ,1,u" slow to a<d and requiring git'-1’ mental (dibit. \ou can rest a-.r ( l‘ that your Liver is not acting pm.i’A erly, and that natiir*. r quires asst* tancc to help throw oil impuriti''” There is no remedy that w.U dH complish this so tnilcll\ and yet el feet null v as 1’. if ki.y A8ll Hn dd its. A trial will >av »m of it* i wi'