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AGRICULTURAL.
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Ciovor Pasture.
Ai -n'c,' doyet rightly lu»' -!
iM.il ttirVi'llin feed, will winter
h dozen hogs. It should be well
cured, run through the ciilter, cut
I'drly line, and cooked with pota
to's, turnip3, apples, etc., into a
slop . I: is a vo d feed and if fed
lightly will bring the hogs in ex
ia limit e*'lolition. ('lover is an
excellent summer feed for hogs,
and hogs will thrive as well on it
ns on anv "! ter feed in the world.
<Uive the lings a small range so
flier will led I lia nIf the flesh, llot
over live acres, a’ol better not
more Ilian three, and turn in just
ci. nigh lings so the clover will not
g<d enough start to mature. The
iitiiiiher of lings will depend, of
course, mi the growth ol the clo
ver There .'lioiiM tie plenty of
water, pinning water is always
best. It the weeds start sheep
will cat them, and if the pasture is
too much lor the lings the cattle
i.r horses wdl he pleased to assist
in keeping it down. If grass is
used for pasture it must lie kept
green and juicy. As soon as it
begins to grow dry it is useless
for hogs, as is also true of the clo
ver. A few acres of rye to turn
them on in the ealIv spring will
not hurt them.
Intensive Farming.
We often hear |>‘’(ij>lc speak of
how much corn, cotton, wheat or
i'tits are sometimes produced on a
small lot of kind, and we always
feel inclined to ask why is there
not more of this kind of farming
done? it certainly seems folly t<>
go over forty, titty or seventy
acres for ten hales of cotton when
that amount could he more easily
produced on ten. It strikes ns
that intensive farming possesses
advantages every way. It a man
who towns a hundred acres ot laud
would make his corn, cotton,
wheat, oats, peas, potatoes on one
fourth of that, he could devote
the remainder of pasturage for
sheep, cows, hogs and horses, and
thereby better the condition while
lie lessened the expenses ot his
dumb dependents. Again, his
outlay for enclosure would be
greatly lessened. He could keep
good fences around Ids highly im
proved lots, while most farmers
find It next to impossible to keep
tolerable fences around tbolr vast
fields. In addition to this, he
would diminish the amount of la
bor required and thus cut off one
of the greatest drawbacks to prof
itable farming. Opposed to all
these obvious advantages, there is
nothing but a blind prejudice in
favor of the old plantation system
which common sense ought to
have taught people long ago is im
practicable under existing circum
stances.—Sunny South.
Water for Stock.
It is evidently ii matter of econ
omy to supply stock with water at
a moderate temperature and fre
quently. Cows will drink three
times a day; horses as frequently;
and sheep will sip a little from a
trough of flowing water from a
spring seveial times in a day.
This is necessary for the exercise
of digestive functions, and to ena
ble tlie animal to get all tin* nutri
ment possible from its food. How
this supply is to lie provided is a
matter for each farmer to consider
for himself where t here is a good
spring at a temperature of ">0 de
grees, through tlie winter; this
meets all the needs of the case if
ample water troughs are provided
so that one vieious master annual
may mu stand in front of tit * sin
gle trough and keep all the other
aiiiiuuls IVom diinking. A good
well is the next best mode of siq>
ply but a sufficient number of
troughs, so that nil the cattle can
drink, is indispensable. This is iisu
ally the weak and unsatisfactory
point in the water arrangements
of the iarm.—N. V. Tunes.
Household Hints.
Vinegar is better than ice for
keeping lisli and is often improved
in flavor under this treatment.
It may not generally he known
that if the saucepan in which milk
is to he boiled he lust moistened
with water, it will prevent (he
milk from horning.
Dement for china, glass, etc.:
Dissolve half an ounce gum acasia
in a wineglass ol boiling water, add
{duster ol pads lo form a thick
paste; apply with brush to the
parts to be united.
To prevent polished steel from
rusting after cleaning and when
not ill use, take a (doth with a
very little sweet oil on it, and
wipe the articles over so slightly,
but evenly, to oil the surface.
The Telephone.
Considering the period •luring
which it Inis been tn existence,
the telcph.ii *>• h | i ill l It) more re
inrlrkilb <■ plSigie-s than any otht i
inx ciition. The Sinmher of instru
ments in use in the I nitu ’. States
in 1877 was only 780, whereas in
Fein miry, 1880, I here were GO 800;
in 1883, 249,700; in 1884’ 307,010,
am! in February, 1885, 32a,574.
there are about 18,000 telephones
in Canadii, and only about 13,00(1
in Great Britain. The number of
exchanges h is grown fro n 100 in
1880 tn 782 in 1883. In Jminiin
l ist there were 137,223 miles of
Uh'phomi wire in the United
Slates. I'li. re are 5,180 persons
ronstantU employed by the ex
changes. .More different patents
have been issueil On Hie telephone
Ilian in any other single line ol in
vention in America. The total
number for the last ten years is
1,521.—Globe Democrat.
Living Within One's Means.
The oft-repeated i ijuaction ‘"to
live within your means,’’ presup
poses that you kuo v wliat your
means are. But if you belong to
one of many different classes, you
<lo not know this. Tlie income of
[lie farmer, the merchant, the me
chanic is not only an unknown,
1 but very unoerttln quantity. In
fact very few vocations Have an
absolutely sure amount of emolu
ments attached to them. But
while the precise figures of the in
jcome may not be known,a pretty
cone t genera estimate may be
made, and by this time the expen
diture should be regulated. One
may know for instance that the
profits of a one horse farm will
not be more than a tew hundreds,
and tlinl thousands cannot be re
alized in a single' ywir from few
hundreds, invested in trade.
Foolish extravagance consists in
adopting a style of living more
costly than this general estimate
warrants, .lust now we may say
that this mistake is very common
here in our South-land. Our peo
ple find it difficult to adjust their
ideas to the very small figures
thut represent their incomes, and
find it altogether as difficult to
forego the luxuries and convenien
ces which require larger moans
1 than they can command. As a re
sult, the amount of their indebted
ness grows larger year by year.
This latter fact they appreciate
well enough. The trouble is they
cannot or will not perceive that
1 the onlv way out of the difficulty
1 is in a less expensive style of liv
ing. Simply cutting off one or two
items will not suffice. A com
plete lowering of the whole scale
is what is required. To effect
this demands an amount of moral
courage which every person docs
not possess. It is not pleasant to
confess to one’s circle tint more
plainness in all the details of liv
ing is absolutely necessary—that
the dress must lie cheaper, the
equipage less stylish, the hospi
tality less liberal. But to all such
economies, our people must stoop
if they would hope to redeem
themselves from the thalldom of
debt. Most of the fortunes that
were once enjoyed in tilts section
were built up by living within
very narrow incomes. Fifty years
ago, wages were smaller than now,
and the purchasing powers of
money no greature. Money ad
vances, if made at all, were made
at fearful rates of interest. But
despite these adverse circumstan
ces. many young men laid the
founnatioiis of what, before they
were old, were splendid estates.
! So «e contend they may now it
they «ill only tic in lu.itrious and
saving. -Sunny South
A young lady who will make u
good wile is a dutiful daughter, an
affectionate sister, a constant
friend, gentle in disposition, pos
sesses a desire to lie useful, to cul
tivate habits of industry, frugality
and neatness; lias a love for do
mestic quietude rather than a de
sire lor fashionable life, and is
faithful and atl'ucliouatc, in-lile and
generous in spirit. And if the
' young lady adds to these a true nf
ectiou for religion, tor the worship
of (iod, an interest sabbath school
instructions, a good education,
refinement and purity in taste and
manners—so milch tiie better.
Although she may he plain in
person site will he lieautilul In
spirit, true and faithful, gentle and
kind, making home a paradise, and
ready to endure all tlnng> for her
husband's sake. Wolth and
Wealth.
A scientist asserts that a bee
can only sting once in two min
utes. We would respectfully sub
1 mit that that is olteu enough.
PJlSulM THE ASHES
What the Mt. Lebanon Shakers
Found -Incident in the His
tory of a ljuiet Community.
The Mount Lebanon (New
York) Shakers no a ijniet com
munity, secluded from the fret
j and worry of the outside world.
They are widely known, how
ever, for their strict honor and
i probity in business,
t The Slickers believe that na*
j ture has a remedy for every dis*
| ease. A fevv have been found—
j the rest ere ns yet unknown.
Many were discovered by acci
I dent. Others came to light as
the result of patient i-Au riment
i and research.
Nervous Dyspepsia is a com
paratively new (lisease, growing
out of the conditions of modern
life. It is a joint affection of
the digestive organs and of the
nervous system. These two
were formerly treated as sepa
rate ailments, and it was left
for the clear-sighted Shakers
, to prove that the basis of this
terrible and often fatal compli
cation lies chiefly in the disord
! ered and depraved functions of
digestion and nutrition. They
| reasoned thus:—“If we can in
duce the stomach to do its
work, and stimulate the excre
! tive organs to drive out of the
laxly the poisonous waste mat
ters which remain after the life
giving elements of the food
have been absorbed, we shall
have conquered Nervous Dys
pepsia and Nervous Exhaust
ion. And they were right.
I Knowing the infallible power
j of Shaker Extract (Seigel’s
t Syrup) in less complicated
j though s i m i 1 a r diseases,
i they resolved to test it fully
j in this. To leave no ground
| for doubt they prescribed the
, remedy in hundreds of cases
which hud been pronounced in
curable—with perfect; success
! in every in-tar v wiiere their
! directions as to living ..nd diet
I were scrupulously followed.
Nervous Dyspe, a and Ex
! haustion is a pecma.i'.y Ameri
l can disease. i » a greater or
less extent In t!. • people of
i this county r front it—
; both sexes and all ages. In no
country in the worm are there
so many insane asylums Idled
to overflowing, ail resulting
from this alarming disease. Its
leading syn.nouns am these:
Frequent or eonir.Ha) head
ache; a dull pain id the base
of the hi.am; bad lueath; nau
seous ei moil.-: the rising
of sour d pungent fluids to
tin* lliioai : a seime of oppress
ion and liiiul in I i he pit of
the stomach ; flat it ■ nee; vVilke
flllness and lo'.s (•) sleep; dis
gust with food even when
weak from I he m ed ol it; sticky
or slimy ina'b i oil I lie teeth or
m the mouth. < >;>ecial|\ on ris
ing in the morning: furred and
j coated tongia : d'd! eyes; cold
1 hands and bit: constipation;
I dry or rough lyn ; inability to
fix tile mind on any labor eall
i ing for continuous attention;
and oppressive and sad lore
bodings and fears.
All this terrible group
Shaker K\t act (Seigel’s
*vriij’) iviuoyv* I>v its pos
.tive, jH'Wi-rl ni, i lii vet jet
painless and gentle a< lion upon
the functions ot digestion and
assimilation. I'Iiom* elements
of tin- food that lmild up and
stiviu'dicii the >\ -lem are sent
upon their m -sittn, V'hilo all
waste in;.;, i . (tin . 'lesol life's
fire) which unit mo. t <1. poison
aiuf kill, ni. i'N| elh*ii iioiu the
body thron-. h tie- bowels, kid
neys and slvtr. 1 la- w< al; and
prostrated in r\ < an- tpiiefed,
tolled and fed by lilt; purified
blood. As tie* result, ie jtidi,
with ils t a ;oa incuts, blessings
and power, ivi urns to the suf
fever who had perha) -, aband
oiled all lioj i’ of e\c-r seeing
niioth**r «r" !
ASSIG.IKK'M Nti.it,
NOTICK I- In iol»% given that «»ii
SA l rUDAV. YFUIL hth, |k*7,
I will -til at ptlbli vei.dm* to tin* highest
bidder KOKCASII. at tin* coiner of \\\ st
Front and YY’e*t Kim street.-, in tin* town of
l*lv-< ott, in Novadn county, a ikI State of Ar
kun-a*. ail fife proportv belonging to tbo
mercantile firm cl YYoo.jh. rv A Fort is, con
sisting ot a large stock oi |py ijoj/d.', Hoot*
and Shoe*, Hat*. Notion**, tirorei-le*, J^hpipg.
tion Supplier, u birg lot of Oat* and *eod
potato^. one iron -tile, olllee furniture, Ac.,
A< . Al-o three bend ot I»111*—i*,—, one d»*llv
cry and two farm Wagons ami thr. ■ bit lea ot
cotton. The *mIc will begin between the
IjolM- of 1» o'clock a. in- and ;{ nrlock
m. and if pot eon pl« UhI oii that day, will be
continued from <|j4\ to dav thereafter until
completed. lib 4 (; Scon .
AndghiH* of
YY'oodben A Forth*.
Ylarcb Till, 1K*7.
Delinquent Land List, 1H87.
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\
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rhe ... I oIm mimI par’s of Lots ntnrued *o-iliipuoi11
in the yi ill 1880. lom-llier with iho Tuxes and IVi.aity olniruo’1
thereon, agreeably to law. are contained and described in the
following list viz:_ _——
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....... l*nri »r ~s,J > : h ' I -
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M 1. 1 M & S Hy.>N IItv |4 ii 'm Hi 1Q» 4j) n ^ t* ;{44
J C N Kultllr.•• nu j] |, H> inm *2 HI H) -J on Ij ,j,>
CIum lV|»tia.iiw *\v .»j l, .Jo HI 1*20 4* V°| ‘„WI ’2 <WI
hillilf.. . . W IIW <4 11 .1;{ Ml :Nhi I 20 I VI I .10 75
U Ilk now ii..ii III-3% II.*3 HI 200 HI I INI 1 Ml 4 no
I I. Mu. f nw 25 11 S' 52o I 2S I Ml I 00 «
hillilf w 'W r, II o'i SO 320 I 2S I I INI „
•I"Oik'S 8 yi'f'M • .... hf »W “i-, 1133 to 120 ts IN' INI 2 INI
i '4010 05 11 2.-I to 120 « 2 no
I I M il !!••:»! 11 4.1 to 120 4S 7- .. 2 00
'M UlUSIt).»k4 IlK Jlil'l W 00 •!'» t.| l.i 2„7
J Li l'ruloi’. .. IIU -o I(i|2j„ Ml 221 8s I 1 ' ! • I :!7
•I M MilIIII.UU IIW J«| >Vj -jU [M I M)
I n known. !»\V i*r |j j;j *j;.j 4:i HI ni I 4<j
el .1 l'ull .J*w |;i |:j ]:j HiO (VtMt *2 40 :{ ,MI T *2.’»
-4HIL* . .*w * 1X41 j'1 1 Hi
II I * 1 a\rl»8. IIW >< i:>|:;5*4 4,1 So •*’- 1 4<»
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.f l> IH.mIm. I»\V M* -j j 4 2:4! 4,4 I2«> *s ,i4.4 *2 iH)
.Irl M »W 2 14 -2 1! 1 - ... !*!*! *»‘i
^‘nl)i llfh k If4" .. IIU 8\\ 11 14 2 4 4,4 ,,4<4 4,| ;Ix ;H2 -
It la W iiuiuu 11 nvw )•» 11 ♦; so m:* »s . . Jt ;;
hi"",. »|i t" |j I )iTI (') H) ;|2 * t'[ I'll
A l h|,0ill.lt . ,u Ilf |( Ufi;, )'l Ml •'■* !'l .!" loo
HiiinSlitn l.t lf . .. 110 »f j.', 11 J: I Jl I a iff Vj
'V I. Iljfiio . :iif nw 2.11)24 M* tin jW Jlj 'i|j! I 55
hiniif. >f iiw 25 |4 j [ Ml hi '>1. rj ; | I Oil
I- It Ilf mill x. »f Of |o 13 21 to |IN) j" 7.' "' 25
•I S ( .Hill.toil . h nw h,. || 15 21 2" ■ Ni 12 j ' I n2
Unkiiow ii. hii hi- || |5 •>:( Ml Ml 4 ' | yy
41tile.a >.• hi* I) ,3|<3 20 Ml Mi *» 20 [ 4„
*l‘nnl hiii, o J,i»! wn.hfiil ii- tin* |• riii11*i .
TOWN LOTS
*
N. VJI|. j l.OTM.S BI.OUK j Valuation.) Tax nail Penally,
1 ski ! i s j i «i * a«
\V \V AlKlnsoll ini I . (MI (10
Mrs L Bryant ^ in nn 07
same 1 gg | in no ' 07
Unknown l|‘,st2 1 Rogers’ acre. in nn 07
same , M. in nn j 07
J A Gonl«»n
i 4 < »SST< > >' .
■Ill ■ nn an
Unknown u ■ , on , no
A K (ilantlen
1 M l /i -
|.- I, -I 2S 2S 02
Unknown j1' :!i 1 _>a y»
| > ;;a i Jo is
same • in 87
siine j J r. 00
A & M ; . 8 Oil
unknown )0 H :tn I ff.’
same | ■' II 111 i 07
same , ■'] in 10 I 07
Slime
s -if i-:s< < > i rr.
I5AILK') \1) -! UVKY.
..... . iv1.7 s n *mn J ox
A BreilerieK i.y 12 oun 1:1 01
Alletmk Marqnand » « ' ” !
HUAI) SCOTT'S A!)i) 1TI >\.
i 7 a m 1 130 3 si)
T r Mr KUO • ! 1(H) ’ -J liK
W .1 Hlakr . i •» i r r.u 7s
i'pW'iV1" I" -’1 ion J ox
.1 1 llall .... inn n iis
*“"!S ,,, 12 i in .a0 II 41
A \\ Slmmoni '• , ,ii m - nn
T R Simmons 1 ’ ! |
A- Marsh ' ‘ "
Ri'.l’l’Y’.S ADDITION.
Unknown 1 -' ! 1 ° ’
WARKKN'--' ADD! i’loN.
' X T Richmond VA * " 7!! ; «!
Unknown > ,U - H ■ ,0 1 "*•
AXSLKY S ADDITION.
TC Mellno rtgt pt :. . . -! w ft 1 M
C®Semhy P|»V*I3 * l-«n )' 3 IK
Unknown , ’ < 'J • 4 IM 4 SI
.1 IV Gains I'* ! : -'*1 i * J:
Unknown pt> I4.W.WI <• ••(! I1>
1
And notice is hereby eiven ih.it said several tract-, lots or
parts of lots, or so mueh th roof*as may he necessary to pay the
t„xes oenalt v and cos! due (her mu, will lie suld l>y the County
*
i olleetor, at the Court House ins;.id county, on the 2d Monday
i m Aptil next, unless the -aidti.xcs, pi unity and costs he paid
before that time, and that the fide will be continue 1 from day
to dav until tile tracts, lots aub parts of lots be sold.
Oku. \\\ Tumiv. Clerk.
March 0, 1887.
DIO LEWIS,
W->z
III \l i i: in
fini: ifwfi.fy
joiA >FKS \VAT< NFS
sifvi.fw \i;f.
Music%\ Instruments,
—AND—
Optical G-ccds.
i Repairing Hncw.tut** iiittl t<*v.rtrt it *■})('
j ciulty
£r.|ji*«*lr.c i'cutly E*.ot
rUKSCOTT. .... AUK
Canin'1: with Creat Refrain ctipower.
Ilin fin trnii»|>11 ami cnl"r!e
li^lit it-elf, mill fnf -nl'tiii-a nl'i inlur imc i"
tile i-yii ifii| iinj If i'||iMing *1"'
w earer to i 'a I fur ti.iur> without fall one. In
fact, thin are
1’KliFKi'T SK.I1T I'ilKHEKVlilts.
All vi, lUtr.l tun] Hi" lit miarnliteed bv
tint'll 'Iim.-rii t' A; Urn., DfiiUuiiiW aiulOpf l
eiun>, I’m-"' tl, Aik.
Tht'.- i;las-<‘- are in>l -upplinl to petltllor*
ill ini price.
TRASK'S
SELECTED jrrSLZ\ SHORE
SjHEAVEVr iSlixiNQ ON EA RT1_,
I Your O 'ooesr for them.
i<V>ninif'Rl ARE THE ORIGINAL
i TRASK h
XBASE 1'ISII CO., ST. L0U18, MO.
THE ELGIN.
FOR lONLY $8.50.
I i'lie alum1 Watch i« warranted a
^"uil time piece, and is just the
tliiny ior tli se wlm want a Itelia
I hie \\ atcli lor a little money. Sent,
loany adde . with chain and key,
on receipt of price,
S. W. WHITE, Jeweler,
HOPE, ARK,
SCHOOL NOTICE.
'F- A. A. Kirkland Inis moved l*t*r
Ii*’"1 i*« tin* I nn Vilen public *tdnn»l
I1"- ^ i •>« •‘ipv hjti.o.s on the first
^ ",l*. *Mie It;i 1«. i forlunato in goctirint'
Mi-v* Id i .Miiimi< n> n^Mant. TIk»\ will
L'*Ve I 1 »** I •'»i I III, I'uuM'i -nti-m* attention to
t! f Hint, null ti.tilling (*!' the children In
trusted t<* their< nv. Tiit*\ solicit a liberal
•li u * *d ill'- . hiii jrttr«*un^«*. Term* tin*
ciiii" a* before.
Fm I I - i per lie*lit it. I Vl
1 2 00
r i• • i I . • lit. |ier month .. .'* 00
Mortgage Loans
N KtiOTlATEI)—
i’rr i .-in i yh:ki:vi
■ iv\ IMI'HOVK,) rAI(M l'lt"|'*^r|Ks"
WK n.-o^it>it« Ictus for not lews than £o00
on wdl improved farms *t b per emit annual
interest, and a luoderat • eo omission, For
further p trti' ilai s npp|\ t«* Siuootn, MeKrn*
iV Hinton. ... Nevada. Oountv, Ark,
SHATTUCKi HOFFMAN,
4* I iniiii Street,
NKW iiKl.KANS I,A
ONLY TROB
^IRON
TONIC
1C * s i ouk t»M, liKALTIluuTVUr
1 UH I,r YOUTH I»s|K.|..is,W»»t
of A|i|Hal(tu, fml it;#»st ion.Lark («|
Btrenirth and 11 red FtvI'lM* *”
•olutely curfitl; flom-s, g»u«
c|«h i,*.t v«i» recrWt i?**1?
^ roreo. 1!nli.«niH th»* mO**'*
_ Ik and ntipiillM Drain l*uw**r.
LADIES SSa
• f«*. I'.Htdy curt*. CMvmoi «'lsn|\ )i«,«mi{ OAiuiaWMOn
' II nttiuni i . ,t , .itiniHi YmiiIttc ouljr Adus to
j I. ’ < t j ■ 1> i not H»j4*ritU«*nt - i:«t IhtfOlN AL ANI>WHf*
; r
| - ‘ • t.• Htuipic i*'i n and Dream Book*
«it.i tiled on rmtolpt of twoccuta tn postage- r
Tilt OR HARTtH MtOICINi CO ■ ST LOUIS, MO;

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