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Pbkscott. Ark., Nov. 10, 1880. latarad at the Postnftiee, Prescott, Ark., as Second Class Matter. KATMtOAO TIME CARD. Kr.l.oris, Iron Mountain a Soutiir’n SOW MlBOUN II FROM PRKSCOTT I 401 Passenger.4:35 a. M. •Ok Passenger.4:4*i I*. M. NORTHBOUNII FROM CRKRCOTTI 40'-' Passenger.Kkl.i a. m. 404 Passenger.b:45 p. M. K. G. Hurt, Agent PRESCOTT' MARKETS. Revised and eorreeted weekly by Woodbery , ic Pnrtis. COTTON M ARKKT. Staple. H to fl.l Good middling.. *1 to 8 Middling. "1 toTi Low Middling. toil liKNICRAI. MAKKKTS. Butt«r. lo to 2U Vj/tr(|. tO Wheat. f W Meal. £ Corn. Oats.... .. •*» Peas.. *1 °b llried peaches (unpcalod). " <• “ (pealed). b Irish potatoes. pi JO Chickens. I- to lo Tallow. b Beeswax . 20 Bacon sides. Bulk sides. * Sugar mired hams. ! f Lard.„ b Flour per bbl.- 5*4 to r;>; Salt, per bbl. £1 '•"> Molasses. 40 to bb Svrup N. O..■ • 40 to GO “ Sorghum. <>0 Sugar Brown. b to 8 “ 'White. lb Tea. (V0 to 80 Coffee. 11 to 15 Tirn. $1 >0 Sole leather. -0 to 30 Hides dry.lb to ll! “ green. b LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Rain! Trade tine. Circuit Court. Rolla Ryan at the Opera House to-night. For cheap Jeans, call on Wood oery & Portis. Flour from $3.75 to $5.00. at White Ar White’s. "Moss Hose” Hour for $5.00 cash •t Woodbery & Portis.’ Ex-Deputy Sheriff Ed Hood is now staying at Howell’s. The best $2.50 boot on earth at 8id Wood’s, Hope, Ark. Sid Woodbery made a business trip to Okolona last week. Sew crop molasses, sugar and nee at Woodbery & Portis.’ The Grand Jury now in session, are among our best citizens. Trunks, Satchels a ml valises, cheap, at Woodbery & Portis.’ Fresh oysters every Thursday and Friday at B. L. Harwood’s. Mr. Islmni Mack, of Rosston, gave us a pleasant call Monday Everybody still lushes to White & White, for sugars and coffees. Judge Mitebel opened Court Monday morning at 8:30 o’clock. Mrs. W. W. Edwards is visiting her son Forest, at Iiisruark Ark. Dr. Powers now has his office in Atkinson it Tompkins’ law office. Hides wanted by Woodbery & Portis. Capt. C. A. Bridewell, of Hope, came up yesterday, to attend upon our court. Only *>0 more days at Rich monds. Mr. L. K. Hinton returned from a business trip to St. Louis last Wednesday. White A White for new crop Louisiana Molasses. Mr. W. A. Barton, one of Emmet township’s best citizens, gave us a call yesterday. Dou’t forget when you bring cottou to town, to call on White A White, for Dry Goods and Grocer ies. Miss Ola Moncrief, one of our most charming young ladies, is visiting Ilopo. (foods at and below cost, at Rich mond’*. That’s why the people keep picking out the good things to cut and wear, there. I>r. Arinistead’s tasty little res idence on Christian Ridge, is near ing completion. Oh, yes! Oh, yes!,Oh, yes! It’s u fact; save money by trading with White <& White. liota of eallers this weet. Will be glad to have our friends call of ten. Come again. Sam Scott's is the place to get bargains in furniture, sash, doors, coffins, at Prescott Ark. Fifteen cars were loaded with cotton in one day, here last week. How is this for business! From and alter this date, all liquors are strictly cash. IlUliU HIKK & llKO. Conductor F. M. Smytlie, has re turned to the St. L. Ark. A Tex. Ry., after visiting his family here. We noyer saw prettier furniture or cheaper, than that kept by J. P , Duffle at Hope. Oo and see him, Two new homestead notices in this issue. Messrs. A burrow & Willingham have sold their meat market at Hope. Friends, we need money. Please call at once and settle your account. Hron Moncrief & Bro. Mr. James Steed, of Carroll conn t.v, Georgia, spent Thursday here. He was on bis way to Waco, Tex as. Best of vegetables and fruits cheaper than the cheapest at, T. W. Montgomery’^. Don’t ft i get the Picayune. when yon want job work. We do do all kinds of work neatly and cheaply. Saturday, Lawrence Daly was 21, and some of the boys helped him celebrate the first day of his majority. When you want any kind of confectionery, fruits or vegetables, give me a call. T. W. Montgomery. Wt* know you are good, but we are selling liquors too close to have them charged. Hugh Moncrief & Bro. Kolia Ryan was here two years ago, everybody should remember him. Turn out and give him a good house to-night. Cheap confectioneries, fruits, vegetables and staple groceries, at T. \V. Montgomery’s. W hat about Christmas entertain ments! Will our Sunday-schools thus celebrate the birth of the Savior/ We hope so. F’ure, good whiskey at Milner Milburn’s, cheaper than ever be fore sold in Prescott. ft. Circuit Court is trying civil cases this week; criminal cases come up next week. Judge Mitch el is dispatching business rapidly. Prohibition is nearly here, and liquors must gnf at cost. Hugh Monurief & Pro. See Tom Montgomery when in need ot fine candies, fruits and vegetables. He sells low down. tec-We hope our country sub- fa* l*t* scribers, liying off from fa* Prescott, wdl remember us‘fa* Uric during Court, and all fan ►sv contribute to our “miV-ion-~'fa* *afr"ary box,” while here attend- fa* fac ing court. It will be a good“fa* text opportunity, and we badlv*fa* fcfneed the money. "fa* Our stock of liquors is too large and must be sold at once, regard less of cost. Hugh Mnourikf & Duo. Col. .1. S. Meadows ot Hope, was in the city Monday, and gave us a call. Sorry we were out at the time. We sell goods strictly for cash, consequently we are enabled to compete in prices with any and ev everybody. White & White. Messrs. Monroe Denman, Tode Bonner, W. (1. Bussell and Will Milner, visited Bierne Sunday. Customers, why will you keep putting us off!- We have been your friends. I’lease call and settle your accounts. Hugh Moncrtef & Bro. Mrs. James Smith of Magnolia, returned homo Thursday, after visiting Mrs. Geo. P. Smoote here. Coffins and Undertakers’ goods very low down, ut J. P. Duffie’s, Hope, Ark. We heard considerable complaint because Circuit Court was adjourn* ed twice, many having come in Wednesday last from quite a dis tance. F riendH anu customers, we are greatly in need of money. Please call at once and settle yonr ac counts. Hi'tiii Moncrikf & Bro. The low price of ooiton is keep ing some cotton out of market, and icceipts are not now so heavy. The price will not likely rise be fore next spring. Prosecuting Attorney Webber is here doing his full duty lor the State in suppressing crime, by pushing the conviction of crimi nals. He is a splendid officer. Sheriff Powell may got left, but Jerome P. Du file, the furniture store man ot Hope, will let the people rest easy on good beds, chairs, sofas, etc., at lowest cn«h prices, if they will apply soon. Of Rolls Ryan, too much cannot he said. He is more than Ids ad vertisements claim for him, and can hereafter count on a warm wel come in Scdalia.—Scdalia (M<>.) daily Democrat. In addition to the neat and well selected stock of I'ollin Oases now on hand, will soon have a lot of cloth covered cases and caskets together with all sizes ot common home made, worth from two dol lars up. Moors & Darhy. Food makes Wood and Wood makes Beauty. Improper digestion of food neces sarily' produces bad blood, rescuing in a reeling of fullness in the stomach, aridity, neartliimi, sick-lieadaehe, anil other dja aeptie symptoms. A closely confined life Muses indigestion, constipation, billous ae.s; and lo*s of appetite. To remove these trouble* there is no remedy eijual to ITiekly Ash Biltci.*. It lias been tried uud proven to be a specific SEE HERE, FRIENDS! Many of our subscri bers are behind from one to three years. Friends, we again tender you a i hearty invitation to call and settle; especially, you who have been reading the papehso long without paying anything. Uncle James Pelt, of Falcon, was in town Thursday and gave us a pleasant call. He is one of our best and most prominent citizens. Wanted—4,370 able-bodied men to buy a'jpair of those celebrated l “Bay State” shoes or boots, from I Sid Wood, of Hope, Ark. Every ! pair warranted never to rip. Nearly all who see our beautiful and valuable cronological history :»t the United States, given away to subscribers to the Picayune and N. Y. World, take the book and papers. Price for all $2.o0. Ladies, if you wish an easy, per fect fitting corset, buy the lock clasp, easy hip, from Sid Wood, at Hope, Ark. We publish elsewhere Sheriff Regan’s adv. as published in his organ, the Dispatch, giving dates for tux collecting. This is done gratuitously for the benefit of our subscribers. Don’t forget that 1 keep the best and cheapest wall paper, window shades, picture frames, brackets, etc., to be found South of St. Louis. .1 P. Dufkie, Hope, Ark. “I have known Mother’s Friend used by a great many ladies for some time before confinement, and it always resulted in lessening the pain and leaving the mother in good condition,” writes a midwife of long experience. The New York Weekly World, and the Picayune for one year, and an illustrated history of the United States all for ■"‘L.'.oO. Call and see copy of it at our office. Subscri bers paying up and re-newing can secure this valuable book on above terms. My liver was so fearfully disord ered and I felt so feeble and lan guid that I scarcely took interest in anvting. Tried all the so-called remedies without relief until 1 used Parker's Tonic, which effected a permanent cure!—David Dash. Little Rock, Ark. Messrs. Paul M. Cobbs, State Land Commissioner, and Dr. Rob inson ef .Maher, came down Mon day morning, and enjoyed a days bunt with llrad Scott and Tom .McRae. The two visitors carried back with them about 90 quails, as the result of the days hunt. Seven Springs Iron Alum Mass cures diarrhnM, bilious colic, cholera infantum, and all disor der ot the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. For sale by Hugh Moncrief & Bro., and Milner & Milburu. Capt. Sid Parker left Monday for a six weeks tour through Texas, drumming for his new shoe firm, Messrs. Joseph Baum & Co., of St. Louis, There are few such stable, clever gentlemen as the Captain, and this house is fortu nate in securing his services. About the 20th of this month I will leave Prescott for my old home, Magnolia, and would he pleased to do photograph work for all who contemplate having work done before 1 go. W. D, Jackson, Photographer. Sec card of the Summer’s House, of Hope, among business cards. It is one of the best hotels we know of, and all drummers and others wishing good treatment and plenty of good victuals should stop there, when in Hope. What is more disagreeable to a lady than to know that her hair has not only lost its color, Hut is full of dandruff? Yet such was the case with mine until I used Park er’s Hair Balsam. My hair is now black and perfectly clean and per fectly glossy.—Mrs. E. Sweeny. Chicago. We want 1(HH) new subscribers in Nevada county, and will take all kinds of country produce, from persons not able to pay money for the paper. Bring us chickens, eggs, etc. With 2tkS0 voters in the county, we should at least have half or more, as subscribers. U’e will club the New York Weekly World mi«l the Pi< ayi nk for v‘J.iW—this amount paying lor both papers one year. As a premi um on such subscriptions, the World’s Chronological History of the United States, a beautifully il lustrated and well bound volume, will be given avva.v. This valuable wmk is worth the price asked tor both papers. Call and see sample of it at our office. Mr. M. Miles, of Little Hock, ad juster of lire losses for the Herman Fire Insurance Co., of Freeport, 111., was in the city yesterday, and adjusted and paid claim of Uncle Jake Lamb, whose house was burned a few weeks since, which claim amounted to $0f»O. Mr. Miles is u clever, nice, gentleman, snd represents a tip top insurance 1 company. We have recently received con siderable new job type, among which is a medium and small size poster type, and now want to turn out some beautiful poster work, for our enterpris ing merchants, wishing to ad vertise far and near their wares. Who will be first? Thursday we made a run down to the live town of Hope. Glad to see it enjoying a tine trade, cs pecially those live merchants there who advertise in the PtcAYI'SK, towit: Sid Wood, J. P. Duffle, Sum W. White and White & Wood, and Summers "House. ‘Mr S. is u splendid hotel limn, ami we were sorry to see him suffering with rheumatism. Milner & Milburn have on hand twenty barrels of pure whiskey, which must sell within the next sixty days. Wheelers, Green hackers and Democrats will save ! money by buying of us. 4t. Conway, Ark., March 12.1886. Satanta Medicine Co., Little ltock: This is to certify that during the | month of January, 1884, 1 was taken with chills and fever. I was ‘ advised by a physician of this place to use “Satanta.” I procured a bottle and took one dose, and I never have had a chill since. I ! think it is one of the best medicines ; made. Yours, etc., Z. Woods Mr. Woods is one of the propri tors of the “Log Cabin,” publish at Conway, Arkansas, j For sale by Hugh Moncrief& Bro., and Milner & Milburn. Many of our town as well as j country subscribers l;aye paid up I since last week. A newspaper j should be of benefit to its subscri bers in furnishing valuable reading ! matter and general information in county'natters, and it lias ever been our purpose to thus give val ue received, for every dollar paid us on subscription. At tbe same time we thank onr friends for promptly paying up. Notice! Notice! Notice! All accounts are now past due, and parties owing the undersigned firm will save costs by calling and settling their indebtedness at once, as we can do no business with out money We have fried to deal fair and honest with our customers, and appreci ate their trade, but they must, in order for us to continue business, settle their accounts when due. Prompt settle ments makes lasting friends. Respectlully, H vjt.ky At Christopher. Nov. 1, 1880. I '■IHHHHBHr Mr. Brad Scott has the finest ' double barrel shot gun in South ; West Arkansas. It a Harrington A Richardson hamtuerless, that i cost him 890, and he has been us ing it constantly for over a year. It is a beauty, and fells quail at To yards distance, almost every time in his skillful hands. Tom McRae and Prosecuting Attorney Webber ’ each, have just received one like Mr. Scott’s, ordered by him. Last Wednesday, lawyer Tomp ' kius went up to Little ltock, to secure the appointment of collec tor of this county for Mr. Oscar Phillips, Sheriff-elect Regan hav ing failed to file his bond in time ! forfeiting all claim to same. Mr. Regan also weut up and the Gov ernor gave him the appointment. There has been considerable “kick ing” by some Greenbackers, be cause Mr Phillips tried to secure au office that was vacant. Yet these same Greenbackers hooted at the idea of Democrats “kicking” three weeks since, when a Greenback | Justice of the Peace tried to throw a Democratic Sheriff out of office, and had him tried by a jury, but was tound “not guilty.” Oh, yes! it matters lots with some Greeu buckers hereabouts ‘‘whose ox is gored.” We don’t pretend to say Sheriff Regan should uot have re ceived the appointment of t'olU-c tor, alter forfeiting said office, hut do nay, inasmuch as the office was vacant, any citizen of the county had a right to apply for and get the office if the Governor saw fit to give it. WoiidiM-fnl < ares. \V. 1>. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale ;ilid Retail Druggists of Rome, (la , .-ay: We have been selling I>r. Kings’* New Discovery, Klectrie Hitler* and Hiiekleu’s Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, or give such universal satisfaction. There 1ms been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several Cases of pro nounced Consumption have been cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. King’s New Discovery, taken in connection witli Klectrie Hit ters We guarantee them always. [ Sold by Milner A’ Milburn. 1 I COUNTY NEWS. Contributed by the Speclnl Corres pondents of the Picayune. Hour hind's Store Hudjet. Farmers are nearly through pick ing their cotton, and 1 hear sever al nay it is larger than they thought in tlic summer. Our merchants have kinder let up on cotton, owing to the low price in the market. But they are selling goods as low as can he. W. H Mack has been for the past two weeks canvassing for J Stephen’s History of the United i States, at the same time represent jiug 1. 11. Mack in the tomb stone ! business, Mr. Joe McLure, from Gleuville, was in Kosston several days last week with a herd of Texas horses,1 and I believe he mounted several of the hoys that, had been afoot for some time. Mr. J. P. Hendrix has built, near his place, a large church, and they had (|uite a large congregation there Sunday. Mr. Hendrix de serves credit for the active part he displayed in building same. 1. H. Mack and B. W. Boiirland were both placed on the jury for this term of court, by some over sight, they both being in the same house at this place, hut Judge Mitchel, upon being informed of the fact, at once excused Mack. Judge M. knows that other people have business as well as the Court. Jim Crow. i.inuiet Etchings. Weather changeable. Emmet still improving. The residence of.I. S. Haltom is going up very fast. Our fellow townsman, Mr. Loomis, is milling much comfort to j his residence. Considerable sickness around town this week; our little Tommie I is quite sick; Mr. John Nabors | has pneumonia. We are glad to know that a fj 0) | Ray of light has (L H) Hitt Tom j McRae, and now a ray of light will j hit the next Congress. Hurrah , for the light. N. J. Harris has returned from I the “mule-cared rabbit region,” (looking finely. Neat, wrote to his girl that he was coming, and I guess he will take her in. . Some young men from different parts of the county, are her* to day, enroute to Prescott, to attend Court. Hope they will all he suc cessful aud that they will gaiu i their case. I We can’t loan ‘‘Clod” our boar ! gun. It will he needed in the Salt I River excursion. When they re turn he ban have it, but must not hold us responsible, if he should spark or-rest the wrong party. Daihy Dell. Hint caw Hits, Good morning Brother Pic. j Health good. Messrs. Wofford & t'ixson, will soon open a stock of goods at Bod caw. Mr. D. M. Urrey opened up a writing school Monday November tire 8th. i The election passed off' quietly. Snowed under again, eh!—not at this box. ARKAM8AW. Lauesburg Leaflet*. Health in this vicinity continues good. | Mont all the gins around here have been crowed the past week. 1 Prcf. Woo ton opened school on (the let inst., with a tolerably fair attendance. Mr. Lane is enclosing his yard with tbe new patent fence, lately introduced here. Messrs. Munn & Hudson have1 laid aside their condenser, as it failed to give satisfaction. ltev, G. W. Beeves preached a very interesting sermon on the sub ject of Baptism, at Mt. Moriah, the 5th Sunday. The Protestant Methodist church here has recured the services of a ltev. Mr. Saudford to preach for them another year. The extremely low prices of farm produce, especially cotton, is causing many farmers who have been in the huhit of buying nearly everything from afar and paying for ii with cotton, to stop mid con sider. They can see now where they have missed the mark. Their meat houses, and in some instan ces their corn cribs, have been in St. Louis. Many debts have been made that could*have beeu avoid ed, a great many tilings they have bought they could have raised at home, and a great many others that they could have easily done without. Now, they are in debt, , with notliihg but low-priced cotton I NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE. One of the best HOME PRINT papers in in Southwest Arkansas. Below is a correct picture of our NEW PROUTY POWER PRESS, Which we unhesitatingly pronounce the best pow er press for a country newspaper, as it does its work both perfectly and rapididly. THE PICAYUNE is devoted to the best interests of all classes, and dishes out fresh news, and choice selections, every week. Out of 28 columns it gives its readers 16 COLUMNS OF READING MATTER, as much as any country weekly in the State. Subscrip tion price, nominal, only $ 1.50 a year, 50c. cheaper than Hope, Washington and Arkadelphia papers. JOB PRINTING. We have also recently purchased and received a quoto-medium “Peerless” Jobber, and 25 inch Par agon Paper Cutter, and $200 worth oi new type, and guarantee the best class of work, and prices as low as the lowest. TO ADVERTISERS. Located at the county seat of one of the most prosperous counties, with 2680 voters, the Picayune has a large circulation, and is therefore, a valuable medium fbr advertisers’ use. CIRCULATION—SWORN TO! Appeared before me. .1. W. Gardner, editor and publisher Nevada County Picayune, who, being duly sworn, said that the circulation of said paper during the past three months has averaged 9S0 copies weekly. This Nov. 10th. 1880. O. H. GORDON, N. P. to pay, amt » light crop at that. Brother farmers, we must turn over a new leaf. C/E8AU Willisville Warbling*. McRae, Hitt, Ray. Tommie got there. All are calm ami sarene Cold weather is here—no wood nor lightwood hauled yet. Mr. VV. (1. Herring is having some nice work done on his resi deuce which helps the looks ot Willisville considerably, Mr. G, W. Reece, of Dallas, Tex as, was hack in his old neighbor hood on business last week, ami took his mothei home with him to 6peud the winter. The Wheel at this place is about to fall through. 1 think the tire has got loose, and, in short, needs patching with a new one, or it can not roll much longer. Mr. I*. Lynch, of Camden, was in the neighborhood last week col lecting for Brown dr Bro., at Cam den, aud while here sold the Flow ers farm to Geo. I) Middlebrooks. It is one of the largest farms in the county George will shove things around and change the looks of tliiugs very much. Most of farmers are done gath ering corn, and all of them say they have made a plenty lo do and some to spare. It is a good tiling to have a big crib of corn and I love to see my neighbors have plenty, too, for when corn gets scarce 1 take the blues aud every thing goes wrong; the hens won’t lay, and couseqently the eggs come up lacking for breakfast. Glad to see that our ex County Judge complied with my request and made a statement how the county stands. Now. let Mr. Pitt man reduce the debt as much as Hale did, and that will leave about $11,000, and it will not take but one or two more years to get the county out of debt, and when n ui.m goes there and sit . on the jury or does any work he can get the money for it, and then it will stop so much speculation on scrip. Sam Yahoo. Antioc cripplings. Madam Rumor says, that George and Duncan can heat Rill and John too fai to talk about. We believe ho too. We would advise y ou “l>.v to start from the cliurcti with your girl next time. Perhaps, then you will have less trouble. P. E. Andrews, sou of Craw ford, who had been living in Texas, n turned home on the did inst. He gives a gloomy account ot that State. Here’s at you Daisy Di ll: —1 have traveled a great deal and saw a great many of Je ws and liar e seen people try to beat them, hut never saw anything that completely heat one until I saw that bear gun. t r.omioiM’KK. Louisvile, Ga., Oct. <», 188o. Dr. .)• A. Dickey: —Send by ex press d dozen bottles Painless Eye Water. Everyone in this country wants Dickey’s Painless Eye Water.” It gives perfect satisfac tion. M. M. Dai.dwkli.. For sale by Hugh Moncrief A Rro., and Milner & Millmrn. Died. On Thursday, October 28th, Mr. Stephen Cantley, at his home near this place. He was thirty-nine yeurs of age, at the time of his death. He was horn and raised in this county, and was one of its best, law-abiding citizens, all dur ing life. Several years ago he joined (lie Methodist church, and ' died a happy < 'hristiau, expressing i himself as perfectly ready and satisfied to die, if it was the Lord’s | will He leaves a wife, five child ren and four brothers to mourn | his loss, but they have the assur lance that their brother is in a hap pier place than this world. May the Lord ever prove a husband i to the widow and a father to those fatherless children. Active. Pushing and ItcIUble. Milner & Milburu can always he relied upon to carry in stock the purest and best goods, and sustain the reputation of being active, pushing and reliable, by recorn mending articles with well estab lished merit and such as are popu lar. Having the agency for the celebrated Dr. King’s New Discov ery for Consumption, Colds and Coughs, will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection of throat, lungs | or c hest, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you call and get a trial bottle free. 1 liurklcu's \rnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, (’happed Hands. Chilblains,Corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay re* quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Milner & Milburu. lorop Loans -NEGOTIATED— | At H Per Out I.M EKCSf ‘’ON IMl’KO) Kl> KAKM I’KuI'KRTUCS" \VK noogitute loans for not lc-s than $o00 on wall improved farms at H per cent annual interest, nmi a moderate commission. For further pirtii ulars apply to Smooto, MeKne i Ilinton, Prescott, Nevada, t'< i^uty, Ark. SHATTUCKA HOFFMAN, 4* Union street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. OThr Ht \ t'Hie UlilDB la Ukuttl Sept, ami March, Mcb year. 4« • 319 pagee, 8‘M*ll>i iiti ht k.wllbtfftr 3,500 Uliutmtluna - • whole Picture Gallery. GIYK# Wholesale Prim •fired to cousiunt /•« ou nil good* for personal or family use. TelU how to order, and given exact to«l of every thing you use, rat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These LWAIiPABLE HOOKS contain information gleaned from the tnnrkel* of the world. We will mail a copy PKbE to auy od ttirvt upon receipt of 10 et». to defray t ip* n w of mailing. Ia*t un hear fr HO you. Ktspecf flatly, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 227 A 2211 \V abiish Avenue* t hie age. Ilk .JOHN F. STKATTOX, ' lit Midden Lanr, New Yrok Importer, Manufacturer atxl Whole* Dealer in all himls of Musical Merchandise Musical Bo\ea, Ban Instruments. Stratton’s cclchr Out Violin Kussiaixlatr String* L