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Prkhoott. Ark. Mar. 23, 1887. (Entered at the Po^toftice. Prescott. Arjx.. a: Second Class Matter. ;RAIMtOAD ti.hr card. St.Louis, Iron Mountain a Soutiir'n SOUTHBOUND PROM PRK9COTT: •#1 Passenger.4.: 16 a. m. SOS Passenger.4:40 P. M. NORTHBOUND PROM PRK8COTT: 602 Passenger.10:16 >,.\i. •04 Passenger.0:46 i\ m. K. G. Hurt, Agent* PICAYUNE DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICKBS: Governor.S I* Hughes Secretary of State.E If Moore Auditor of Slate.\\ 10 It Miller Treasurer.Wn. K Woodruff, Jr Attorney Gen. ml.I* W Jones Com’r of State Land*.Paul M Cobbs Sup’t. Public Instruction.W K Thompson (’()I’NTY ()fTk'EUS: Countv and Circuit Clerk.Geo W Terry Sheriff.la* S Began County Judge.Ino M Pittman Treasurer.If F Jordan Coroner.W \\ Edwards Surveyor. Elmore MeUon Assessor.J G Purifoy CHUBCHES AND SI’S GAY SCHOOLS: M. E. Citt'Ki’ii, SofTH, Prkhcott Sta tion’.—B, M Traylor. Pastor, in ehnrge. Preaching every Sabbath, morning and evening. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Sunday School every Sunday morning from !• to ifcSO o'clock; Alex Vaughn, Superintendent. < l MMKRI.ANIt Pkkshytkkiax Ciiiroh.— G. W. I-agronc, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath, morning and evening. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9;:>0 o’clock; W. A. Hatley, Superintendent. Christian’ Chi roh.—W. .1, Hudspeth, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday, morning and evening. Prayer meet it g every Wednesday evening. Sunday School ev ery Sunday morning nt !f:30 o'clock. Dr. J. D. Jordan, Superintendent. Baitist Ciicrch.— W. T Box. Pastor. Preaching second and fourtli Sundays in eaelt month, morning and evening. Prnver meeting every Thursday evening. Sunday School every Sunday morning nt o’e’oek. W. K. Atkinson, Superentcndent. PRESCOTT MARKETS’. Revised and corrected weekly by Hatley & Christopher. COTTON MARKKT. Staple. . 8.t to fll Good middling.. 8ltoHj| Middling. 8$ to8J Low Middling. 7A to ” J OKNCKAI. MARK KTJ*. Butter. 1*> < 20 •Tggs. IB Wheat. SI ffO Vleal. 56 Corn. 60 Oats. 66 Peas. SI Off Dried peaches (unpealed). 5 “ “ (pealed). ft Irish potatoes. St 86 Chickens... 12 to 15 Tallow. « Beeswax . 20 Bacon sides. 1ft to Iff) Bulk sides.. U) to Iff Sugar cured ham*. 15 Lord. Iff Flour per bbl.. 4 to $5} Salt, per bbl. . SI On Molasses. 40 to 00 Syrup N. 0.40toli0 | “ Sorghum. 6ft Sugar Brown. 0 to 8 “ White. 10 Tea . 60 to 80 Coffee. 15 to 20 Bagging. 11 Ties. $1 4ft S<de leather. 4ft to 5ft Hides dry.1ft to 12 “ green. 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MAYOR. To the Electors of the town of Prescott:— At the solicitation of several friends, I con sent to offer myself as a candidate for Mayor of Prescott for the ensuing municipal Year. If elected I will discharge a conscientious duty. I resjiectfftlly solicit your vote, and influence. Yours respeetfullv, .1. It. Rkioixh. W u arc authorized to announce Guy Nel son as a candidate for Mayor in the approach ing municipal election. FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce Z. T. Grayson, us a car,didate for re election to the office of Marshal, at the approaching election in April. FOR TUKASl’UKR. We are authorized to announce Alex Vaughn a candidate for City Treasurer, in the approaching municipalelection. We are authorized to announce .1. H. W ut.on as a candidate for town Treasurer, at the approaching April municipal elec tion . Wonderful Cures. W. J). Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists of Home, Ga., j says: We have been selling Dr. King’s New Discovery, Klectric Hitters and Hucklen’s Arnica Salve for two years. Have never bandied remedies that sell as well, or give sueli universal satisfaction. There lias been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pro nounced consumption have been mired by use of a few bottles of Dr. King’s New Discovery, taken in connection with Klectric Hitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by Jno. M. Milburn. 1 Our Regular Agents. Tbe following named gentlemen will act ns regular agents to take subscriptions for tbe I’K'AYt’NK: W . II, Mack. Hosstuo. •I. W. Neill, Keimet. •I. T Aaron, Houghton. ■I. W. LigliUoy, Hode.nw /. D. While, blavtou. H. W. Pipkin, Gienvi le. W.H. Garrett, Laneshurg. O. It. McDaniel, Iloncaville. J.T. Nidi oils, Hlnffi’ity. EVERY l’AIK WARRANTED. For sale by W. F. ARMSTRONG & CO. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Quite cool. A good ruin Saturday night. Salvo Cigar at It. L. Harwood’s. Go to Moore & Darby for cof : H !! £ Seed potatoes for sale by S. T. Hoyd. Gardens a little off from the cold spell. Johnnie Sullivan went up the road Sunday. Tax assessing, without penally, ended Saturday. Early risers tell us they saw ice yesterday morning. A marriage to occur in town, at church, tins evening. Capt. Win Paisley of Gurdou, was in town yesterday. Jack frost gently rapped at our doors Tuesday morning. Miss Minnie (’onnevey was up from Texarkana Sunday. The poor blind man, with his or gan, was in town yesterday. VV. E. Atkinson Esq., visited Hope on business Thursday. Full line spring clothing just re ceived at W. R. White A (Jo’s Barbed wire at J. M. Dknman & Bro’s. Miss Effie Reed returned from Texarkana and Hope Saturday. Mr. W. 15. White, Sr., will soon move his family to Mexia, Texas. A tine assortment of Hats of all kinds, at T. .1. Watt’s, Delta, Ark. Barbed wire, new patent, at Fos ter »S: Logan Hardware Company’s Senator Jas. K. Jones passed down the road Friday, to Washing ton. Farmers have 'been putting in some steady work lately, planting corn. Mrs. T. L. Milner left last week to join her husbairtl at Eureka Springs. We learn that Beauty Harwood will keep ice for sale the coming summer. Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Camden, is here, visiting her sister, Mrs. W. 15. Waller. The Dispatch has our thanks for neighborly kindness, rendered this week. If jou want a nobby suit of clothes cheap, go to T. J. Watts, Delta, Ark. See Hatley & Christopher’s springs clothing, before purchasing elsewhere. Smoke only the general favorite —the Great Salvo Cigar—at B. L. Harwood's. Coffins and Undertakers’ goods very low down, at J. 1*. Duffie’s, Hope, Ark. Mr. Robert Ware has gone to St. Louis to buy goods for Mr. Calvin Jones. The Great Salvo Cigar only at Beauty Harwood’s. Try it—the latest and best. Mr. Ben. S. Johnson, It. It. at torney for the Iron Mouutuiu, was in town yesterday. Mr. J. G. Purifoy is mending slowly, though he is not able yet to be carried home. Messrs. W. R. White it Co. have k nun new sign, in ironi or meir tasty establishment. Judge R. F. Robinson, of Wal lin einng, wns in town yesterday on his way to Little Rock. See delinquet laud sales in this issue. A few extra copies ot this issue for sale at 5c each. Mr. IS II. I .ogan left Friday on u business and pleasure trip to Do byvillo and Clark county. Dr. Edwards sends the Pica yune to his son, J. W. Edwards, at Sulphur Springs, Texas. Mr. Pat Cassidy has a pretty new sign painted by his energetic clerk, Mr. Albert Milner. Mesdames Otis Moncrief and J. M. Price, visited relatives and friends at Houghton Sunday. On to J. M. Denman & Bio. to liny your Avery plows, as they are headquarters on these goods. Fresh stock of spring and sum mer dry goods, at lowest figures. W. K. White & Co. Misses Florence Meeks and Nohie Heed, of Hope, arrived Sat urday and visited friends here. Mr. J. B. Higgins announces in this issue for Mayor. He will make a good officer if elected. It will soon be time to tackle jtlie tinny tribe that plies the plac id waters of the Little Missouri. All kinds of country produce I taken as barter, or cash paid therefor, at \V. Ft. White & Co. The Foster & Logan Hardware Company have just received a car load of the genuine Avery Plows. We never saw prettier furniture or cheaper, than that kept by J, P. Duffle at Hope. Go and see him. Mr. Lewis Pipkin, of Glennville was in town yesterday, and left in the evening fertile City of ltoses. Miss Florence Hays, of the Hope free schools, visited parents and friends here, Saturday and Sunday. Sorry to learn that Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hollemnn, of Bluff City, lost in child by death, a few day’s since. Full line nice jewelry, at low figures just received. Mrs. N.J. Buy an. For line photographs, call on Mr Littlefield, over Hinton’s drug store. He guarantees all work. .Mr. A, H. Byrd, of .Jackson, Mo., visited Prescott last week, and gave us an appreciated call Thurs day. Pitching horse shoes is the pre vailing pastime, by the merchants and clerks now, late ex cry after noon. Goldbergs Eye water cures any vase of ordinary sore eyes in or •1 day s. .Sold by Hiliton Drug Co. 5— dm Try Your Luck:- For every dollar you spend with T. J. Watts, Delta, Ark., you get a ticket for the fine music box. Dr. L. H. MeSwain and wife of Emmet, attended services at the Methodist church here Sunday morning. < R. M. Homier, of Okolomi, Was in town Thursday, visiting idatives and friends, and looking alter business. The ladies will soon don their spring attire and look as sweet and lovely as the June roses after a shower of rain. Messrs. Jim McCuller and Dud ley Madden went fishing the other day on Little Missouri, and caught a good lot of fish. George Hodge was over from Nashville Sunday, visitiug his mother. We are pleased to know (Gorge is doing well. Don’t buy your agricultural im plements until yon see Hie Foster & Logan Hardware Company. Their stock is complete. See school notice of Miss Ida Moore, in this issue. She is a most estimable young lady, and deserves a good patronage. Important to au Femai.es:— j If suffering from any disease pe-1 culiar to your sex, Bradtield’s Fe male Regulator will cure you. One dozen tine cabinet-size pho- i tos for only Call early over Hinton’s drug store. Work guaranteed. E. Littlefield. Ladies are specially invited to call and see my new spring hats, i ni the latest styles. Mrs N. J. Bryan. To make room for spring goods, will sell mu winter clothing at cost. Hatley & Christopher. Some of our county correspon- i dents have failed of late to send us their weekly correspondence. Let us hoar from you, gentlemen. Uncle James Benson, the “track boss" lias been at work in (tie yards here the past few days. He is a good and competent overseer. Tlie municipal election is close at hand, and as yet no one oppo ses Tay lor Grayson for marshall, and doubtless lie will be elected. I have just received a full stock i of Dry Goods and Groceries, which I am selling at prices to suit the times. T. J. Watts, Delta, Ark. Don't torget that 1 keep the best and cheapest wall paper, window shades, picture frames, brackets, etc., to he found South of St. Louis .1 P. Dubkib, Hope, Ark. Dout throw your utony away ou worthless chill cures, when you «aui got the IJest for only 30 cents. Goldbergs Chill Tonic is guaran teed by Hinton Drug Co. 3— (hu Mr. E. Littlefield,from Missouri, a spelcudid photographer, has lo cated at Prescott, and proposes to guarantee all his work. Try him. We wish him success. Jumbo Liniment is as true as steel and as unerring as the marri net's compass, on nil the pains and aches of man. Sold by Hinton Drug Co. 5—6m Don’t forget that \V. F. Arm strong iV Co., keep bran new goods at lower prices than uny other house in Prescott. Try them for yourself. Mr. Fred Chambers, of Emmet, was up Mon da}’ and gave us a pleasant call. Gh'd to heat by is doing well selling bis blooded fowls. 1 Glad to learn that Mr. Brad 1 Seott tins realized a handsome profit from the sale of some of hie Fort Smith lots, purchased aboul two years since. He Thank* HI* Paper. Mr. Editor: L was induced by reading vour good rmner to try Dr. Hiirtcr’a iron T'onii tor denility, liver disorder and scrofula, and three bottles Imve cured me. Accept my thanks. Jos. C. Hoggs.— Kx. Collector Powell, of Hempstead county was on the north-bound passenger Monday, on his way to the capital we presume —he is a capital gentleman anyway. Ladies wishing to get latest style dress patterns, should call and examine our new Delineator, and order therefrom. Prices from 20c to We. W. F. Armstrong & Co. Friday afternoon a considerable sensation was created by a mad ilog in town, which was chased down and killed before any person was bitten. The rabid canine bit a number of dogs. Mr. Jno. B. Crossland had us to print some posters, givijig notice that he would, as administrator, sell some lands on the 2nd of May, belonging to the estate of Lemuel J. Crosslaud, deceased. Farmers have had nice weather for preparing their lauds for this year’s crop, and we trust they have availed themselves of it, and that their labors may be rewarded by a bountiful harvest. The Improved Kentucky Safety Single tree takes on sight. Mess Scott & Pollard have sold a large number here in a few days, to il lustrate its popularity. See them and secure territory. New line samples, gents' spring and summer suits,, and a perfect tit guaranteed. Gall and examine, and order your clothing made to order from W. F. Armstrong & Co. We never saw more beautiful spring ami summer dry goods, and at such amazingly low prices be fore, as can be seen sit the popular house of W. F. F. Armstrong & Co. Cfo and see them. Knowledge of the proper shot to use is of much importance to ♦ he successful sportsman. Bilious Bullets should always he used if you are hunting for health. For sale by Juo. M. Milburn. We publish the delinquent laud list on 4th page of this issue, as taken from the Dispatch. It will not appear the 2nd time, as it is published gratuitously, so cut it out or preserve the paper. Mr. D. II. Bell and Mrs Mollie Murphy were married hist Wed nesday h\ Rev. Mr. Andrews. A widower and widow thus jotted to getlier for life. The Picayune wishes them much happiness. 'Vill receive from Sun Antonia, Texas, within the next week, one ear load of good broke horses. Prices low. Apply to me in per son, or to Dr. It. L. Powers. J. T. Brooks. We specially invite all the la dies to call and see onr full and complete stock misses’ and chil dren's shoes, in finest kid and calfskin—prices low down. W. F. Armstrong & Co Mr. J. L. McQouglt, of Kmiuet, was in town yesterday. At the special election Saturday, to till the uucxpired term of J. W. Neill, resigned, Mr. McGotigli was elect ed Justice of the Peace for that township. % Mr. Sam Dunn left Monday for Curdon, to enter the mercantile house of A. W. Newton, one of the pruicipal merchants of that place. Sant is a splendid salesman, ami Mr. N. is fortunate in securing his sen ices. Messrs Scott & Pollard, of Riisstou, La„ are here selling county rights to sell the famous Improved Kentucky Safety Single tree. It is a good selling article, and parties wishing to nuke mon ey on patents should see them. Having recently sold my stable and outfit, to Messrs. Aburrow dr Lamb, 1 will offer for the next tew days, 3 fine work mares and o work horses. All in good condition, cheap for cash. J. T. Rrookh. I s these days good old-fashioned honesty is rare, therefore you will be pleased to see bow we have combined old-timed honesty in quality and price with new fresh styles in spring goods. SinxKY Wood, Hope, Ark. As we nearly always have a drouth in August, would it not be wise for farmers to plant cotton b> or before April the loth, so that a very good crop could be made be fore that time? Think of this, farmer friends, and receive it tor what it is worth. Quinine produces giddiness, deafness, vertigo, and shatters [the nervous system. Bolling’s Chero kee Chill Cure produces none of these unpleasant effects, and is a certain cure for chills and fever. Price 75c, including a box of Bill ions Bullets. Sold by Jno. M. Milburn. We are expecting to arrive thir week a nice new line of Millinery, direct from New York. Ladies, wait and see us, before buying, Mrs. A. E. Siianklk. We have several times published our rates f<<r announcing iiiimiei pal c andidates, which is tf.'t.HU, It you want a municipal office, come out like a man, as is customary, and announce in tbe city papers. The young ladies ami gentlemen could pass the time pleasantly, by having musical rehearsals, and thus improve our singing in churches and suhhatli schools. Can't we start something of the kind* Oar subscription book is open at all times for new subscribers. We are endeavoring to make the Pica yune a welcome visitor in every home, and would be glad to swell our list, before the close of the tear, to 2000 .subscribers Tiio*k Who are trying to break up the baneful ti tbit of lntcni|ier rn-it wilt «*x|ier icnt-e great benefit from tin- use of Prickly Asli Hitters. Liquor deranges tbe Systran Prickly Ash Hitters will remedy the evil results and restore the brain, stomach and liver to healthy act ion, thereby strengthen ingAbe will power,thoroughly cleansing mid toning up the system undreinoveevery taint of disease. It is purely a medicine, and w i.le pleasant to the taste, it ciinnot be used as a beverage by reason of its cathar tic properties. We have for sale county and state rights to the celebrated Im proved Kentucky Safety Single tree, one of tbe fastest selling ar ticles ever invented. With its use, no smash ups or injury to person, by run away teams. Call and see us at once, as we can’t tarry long at Prescott. Scott & Pollard. It yon need a horse or mule, meat and bread on time, you should go to Hope and see the people’s man, Sidney Wood. He has all kinds of goods and is selling goods to accomodate the people. Hu buys your cotton in the fall, sells you supplies in the spring. He is the man for the people—you should not fad to patronize him. At the new gallery over Dr. Hinton's drug store, you can get good photographic work at half regular rates. Cabinets *.'! per dozen, and warranted to please or no sale. Enlargements made up to full life size, and satisfaction guaranteed. Conte and see me. E. Eittmsfjki.J). Rev. Charles Goldberg, of Tex arkana filled the pulpit morning ami evening last Sabbath, at the C. I’, church. We Imd the pleas ure of listening to his able and in teresting discourse in the evening. He is supplying Mr. Lagrone’s place during his illness, preaching twice a month. Our people should turn out and bear him. We reproduce, from the Little Rock Democrat, elsewhere in this issue, an interesting resume of speeches made before the Legisla ture last week, by Senators Jones and Berry und Hon. T. C. McRae. Read it. “Our Tom” makes a fa. vorable impression all around, and lately fails to capture his audi ence. He will yet be United States Senator. On our first page appears a de scriptive article, on Judge Geo. P. Smoote, writen by Col. S. H. Wil. liams of Chicago, to the Washing ton" Press. It is interesting and humorous, and will repay perusal, though rather lengthy. Mr. Wil liams is wrong in stating Judge Smoote first settled at Arkadel pliin. He first came to Camden, this State. schoolTnotice. I am now teaching alone in the -ante room I occupied the la-t two month- ill the Torn Allen High School building. I Holiest a liberal -hare of the public pat ronage. | will exert all mean- po—ilde, for tile advancement of every pupil intru-ted to my care. Kate- per mouth: Kir-t three grade-.$1 00 4th, Mil and lith grades. I oO 7th, Kill and IHli grade-. 2 f»0 Special nite- when one patron m-iu1- throe or more. Very Ke-ja-ctfnllv, Ida Mookk. Notice! All persons indebted to the firm of Woodbery & Portia are hereby notified to call on the undersigned and make settlement at once. All who fail to do this in a reasonable time will be sued. littAD Scott, Assignee Of VVOOUHKKY & PoitTlK. Match 7th, 1XX7 line Mens Arnica Solve. The best Salve iu the world tor Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ltlieuui, Fever Sores, Tetter I Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay re iquired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Jno. M. Milburn. Notice tor Publication. Land Okkick at Cam hex. Ark. \ March 4th, 1HS7. (' ; yOTlt’K IS HKIIKBY UIVKNthatth. a v following-named settlor has Hied notice .d liis intention to make tiled proof in sup - port of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the County Judge of Nevada eountv. Ark., at Prescott, Ark., i n April l'.tth, IKS7. viz: John \V. Want, Nevada com tv. lid. K 8»l4'i, for the S\Vl SVV1 See, II', Tp. S. It SI \V. He names the following w itnesses to prove hi- eonti .uous residence upon, and eultha toin of, -aid land, viz: Ch.-ley M. Buchanac, i llauee Hoehunau, Jerry J'ittmnu and Samu el Pittman, all of Preseott, Nevada eountv. Ark. \V. K. RAMSEY, ' Register. PATRICK CASSIDY -DEALER IN Dry Goods Groceries Boots and shoes, Clotli.irLgr Hats, cSsc. PR O V I « I O > W . OUR STOCK IS FULL AND COMPETE. Messrs. C. \Y. Leake and Pat M eKeon. Salesmen. with Mr. Dt*la ho\de in tli*1 oflice. I We invite old and new customer* to roue and see us. WEST FRONT STREET, .... PRESCOTT. ARK ' ——.. '■■■■■« ■ ■— FONKH BRON., Wholesale dealers in General Hardware, Cooking ■ Stoves, Etc. We are headquarter* tor CHARTER OAK STOVES, and aUo agent for B. F. AVERY & SONS’OLIVER CHILLED Pl.nWS. In short, we keep the largest., host selected stock in our line carried in the State. KEEPS A RESIDENT BEYER IN X. V. Orders entrusted to us given careful attention. 200 ft 202, MAIN ST., LITTLE ROCK. ARK. J. F. DUFFIE, FINE FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames. Brackets. k.. k AND A Kl'l.l. LINK OK UNDERTAKERS GOODS. HOPE, ----- ARKANSAS. IRA E. McMILLION, \vm i WOTiF A 1IRO., Iin|»ort«*rs and \Vli-*l«»»;iW* il<*ali*r« in Dry Goods, Notions. Boots &, Shoes, Etc*. WrSt Louis, .Memphis. Cmeiumiti and New < Ule iu- priees .liijilieateti. Nos. 224 & 226, Main St., LITTLE ROOK. ..... ARKANSAS. New York ofliee lii'.il. UrnutlwHy. <" i I_■ A powerful preparation to concentrated that a few drop! applied to the surface will Miietrste to the very bone, and almost taltastlr relieve pain. HAN WO Ettt'AI. faa tl BE af Bksuwtim, larnlgU, Iprslss, Stiff J a tats, Braises, Cramps, T.amw Back, Tcatk-acka, Bora Tkraat, Palms 1m Limit, •r ia say part of Nystea. Will aat sail rlslhlav nor discolor the skin. It has tow lu couaUut use by Physicians sad others for 30 years. Ask your Druggist for It, fries, —a. COUNTY NEWS. Contributed by the Special < or. pondents of the Picayune. Kosstou Racket. Beautiful days. lsliam Mack, where art tliou. Success to the Phayive. James Gossett visited our little village last week. W, T. Fincher ha*- returned from St. Louis, and on his return, at Camden, made preparations for measles, (as there were only thir teen in family to have them) by buying whisky and lemons. Ah! it seems that whisky yields a powerful influence, when it comes to one solid country changing mat kets, as is being done by this con; munity. at large. Think of i». Prescottitcs. How often do you see that train of wagons from Uo*-, ton neighborhood! You don't see them, lint go to Camden, or Hope, and you will find them. Does whisky cause the change? VYkhiina. • •a Punnet Etching* Hello! Holy Moses! how cold for spring. Caddo, 1 guess, means seed licks. Farmers rustling around muchly. Ha! “Werdna’* giving the Ptr good advice again, eh? Another preacher soon to >juit the life of celibacy. Of course, Jesse, try and get here in time to i go with the brother. ‘‘Big Ed,” Ex-Deputy ShellII. is trying his hum! at tanning He is not afraid of work. He is waiting on a widow. Good boy. The good people of Emmet ate having the parsonage fixed up for the comfoitoflhe preachers. “Ro . ver” is doing the work. Bill , knows his business. The public school at this place has closed. I do not propose to know anything about it, but rumor 1 has it that the teacher will soon connect herself with a certain drug linn in Prescott J. V. Hulsc and wife left Mon day morning fm Lewisville, where lie will take charge of the hooks and commissary at the saw mill ot Weaver & Co. Wish Jack could have remained with us. The young folks ImH a hop at J. M. Ilaltom’s Friday night. All had a splendid time. Agenda was on hand with Ins brogiu shoes and oil, how I pat on style. Agenda. ( lay ton l'lil|i«, Nice weather. The farmers are putting in ttieir time planting corn. t'apt. Prescott will begin his school at Forest Hill, next Mon ilay. The health of the community is good, except measles. .lames W. Atchison has retired from the practice ot law. and is farming William I*. Durham and .1. A. • 'oliohl are cutting lots of nice lum ber, at their new mill. Messrs. Itriant & llro. are sell ing lots .if goods to their friends, Lewis liarham and \V. H. Hri nut's horses are still seen tied to li. M. P's fence, liirls. please tel) them — “vea.” Messrs, lingsn and .Iordan, two young men. have been hi this community collecting. They railed at Mr./.. It. White’s the other dux, and after eating a heart) dither, called on John White,a minor, and claimed a deliiujiient tax against Ills land. He being young, thought it was all right, paid it, but /. I>. White told tlie kids the money must he returned, which they did without a murmur. Mr. Kditor, will you please hud out when tli.it law was passed compel ling the Sheriff to send around and collect hack tuxes on land, though Mr. While had a receipt for his hack taxes, f’lH'M r \ w. Look Out for Thtm! Any information will he grate fully received leading to the dis covery ami arrest of parties repre senting themselves as my agents in ; order to sell cheap glasses on my reputation. All of my spectacles ; are stamped ‘*Havvkes”on the bow, amino others are genuine. For sale by Hugh Moncrief & Hro., i Druggists, Prescott, Ark. I Active, Pushing and Iteliable. Jno. M. Milburn can always be relied upon to carry in stock the purest and best,goods and sustains the reputation of beiug active, pushing ami reliable, by recom mending articles with well estab lished merit and such as are popu lar. Haying the ugeucy for the celebrated Dr. King’s New Dis covery for Consumption, Colds and Coughs, will sell it on a posi tive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection of throat, lungs or chest and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to I call and get a trial bottle free. 1