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1 ; lll.ISIlKn KV v Mil KSDAV in J:io. W. GARDNER, Cl) I TO 11 AND PlioPR’KTOl!. H A ST FRONT ST. States for Advertising: sI’ACR. 1 Inch. 2 Inch., a Inch., I, Inch. i ('cl... I Col... 1 Mo 2 .'ill I 00 5 50 8 OO 12 00 20 00 8 Mo | C Mo | $li 00 7 .r>0 10 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 10 00 | 12 00 i 111 00 25 00 , 15 00 80 on 12 Me 14 on 18 no 22 .'81 88 00 r,5 no 100 00 SUKSCimniON, 1.50 FKK YKAK. ,lch Work Ncntlv C\cculcil. 1 xictd notices 10, per line ouch insertion— 5c per line to regulate advertiser- who run lirin all tin* time*. I^y-All mlvortininu: paxaMo monthly or qunrttfTlv. unlnss otiaTwi*^' on. Ad dross all rommunication* to THK lMCAYl’NK, Pr«*s<M»tt, Ark. A SHAME TO CIVILIZATION. The Cruel and Barbarous Treat ment of State Convicts. The convict lease s\ stem, outside (he walls of lli!‘ penitentiary, is now generally aeknowledged as one of tlm crying eyils of the age. Common humanity and our civili zation, demand humane treatment of criminals, tint this they cannot get under the present convict lease system of Arkansas. They are beaten inhumanly and given in sufficient, clothing, and worked in all kinds of weather Only a few months ago, the Pino l>lufl I ress Eagle gave an instance a liare ex posure ami ill treatment caused the death of’ a coin ict sent up from Jefferson county. Ilelow we copy another instance of barbarous treatment of a convict -the Her ald also states in another place, that convicts are made to work over their time, at oOc per day, to pay for the expense of getting them to the pen. We met one of Jiicksou county's expen itentinry convicts upon our streets the other (hty. anil if one-lmlf tlmt lie tells about tlte horrors of that institution ho true, lightning should strife it and knock it from the face of the earth. Ue says tlmt all the convicts arc greatly overtasked, and that each and evert one of them is required to come up to the standard or reciver itn unmerciful beat ing. For instance, the men in the woods are required to cut one and one-fourth cords of wood per day, without regard to weather or ability, and it failure to do so, subjects them to the most inhuman treatment. I’p to the time he entered the institution he had never used an ax, and, of course, could not cut more than one-half his tick, but inex perience cut no figure in the ease. lie was marched out, with the mud and water up to Ids knees, and told to go to work. He worked with all his might, hut was never able to get up to the standard, so bad to take an unmerciful beating evey night, and when this treatment became unbearable, be deliberately cut the toes olf one of bis feet in order to save bis life. Tlmt such an in stitution us this should c\i.-t right under the very noses of the state officials, i- a disgrace to our state.—Jackson county Herald. Now, we say this is a shame ami disgrace to our eivilization, ami we call upon the Governor to ex amine into these things, ami if found true, break up the lease sys tem, as Gov. Gordon has done in Georgia. The press of the state should speak out in clarion tones against this thing, ami then the people will take it up ami abate the great ex it. Inside the walls of the peniten tiary is the place to work the con victs, and even then under the surveilanee of the State. No doubt lessees could be found wil ling to so work them, at no expense to the state, lint at a small profit. Tinier the present system the profit is quite large, which the state is not so much in need of, as to ulloxx Inu convicts treated so cruelly. It were better to pay out something for their keeping, than suffer things to remain as they are. Hut this is unnecessary , as lessees can be found to work them within the prison walls, un der proper restr,tints. Jeffersonian Money. !)ii|.1 cfl'ersou behove in an ir redeemable paper money? Let him answer for himself. The edi tor of the Dispatch Inis icpeatedly saiil lie was a .Iclfcrsoniaii Demo lira!, anil has invoked his high name as authority for his wild scheme of money. We ask mu readers to examine carefully the ex tracts in another column, on this page, under head of ‘‘Jeft'eison on Paper Money,’’ which shows eon illusively the invaliditv of such claim. This is lint a sample of tin 1 fiepatch editor’s incorrectness and mire liability. You may Impend up on il. that all nl his tigcl and eat heads, ill upon i- rntton fotiiida lion as liis elnim to Jetteisouiaii <11'inih i i i 1 ail such a man he a safe len lei, andean his readers af ford to follow such vaporing* and I i lamorings? Hi.s teachings siro founded 11 lull) us I lire cl li ns of authority a- tli '.sc ul tii - M* r 111:111 prophets. WI10111 will von prefer to follow, Hu- p itiiolic Sti.tesiiiHn, tin- sage of M011lic. ll 1, or luted i 111 r of flic l)i«piitcli(f) (I*si 111• m the iron v, in \ if cd in lii.s reckless 11*11 ell inns) If Mr. .Icffersoii wits the friend of the people, and his influ ence for >1 si.11ile currency whs I best, then the Dispiitch l.-nois the j schemers and speculators, by fa voring a rtiictuaiing luediuiu. How Did Ansley Vote? “Hut they mu-t h.iveyotir hon-es dear readers; and they sei the Or, lupus trap fm y mi. —if mine Cald well says ‘Foreign eorporaliott came down, to Arkansas to spy out the land.’ The logi8latnre(l)em net-aid) fixed tile law to suit,’’etc. — Oispatch, July iMst.lSSti The above refers to the aet pass ed by the legislature of I8S.1. which permitted persons to waive their tight of appraisement and re demption in mortgages or deeds of trust, given for borrowed money Will the editor ol the Dispatch ex plain fully how lie voted lor that hill? An answer is desired. ‘•Did you know that merchants and lawyers in your state legisla ture hatched out the Anaconda (mortgage) in spite of the protest id farmers and workingmen?”— Dispatch, July -1st, 188b. How did you vote on the hill, to permit the British loan compa nies to lend money in Arkansas? We often talk of the laboring inan. Who is the laboringmau? Tell iih where to draw the line. . , # « We know that a man who lives exclusively off ol the labor of others is not a laboringmau; neither is a gambler. Hut honest lawyers work, anil so do doctors. The merchant eetainly performs much labor, both mental and physi cal- The school teacher works and if any man works harder than a newspaper man—editor or pub lisher— we would like to see the color of his hair. Of course, the farmer works; but now, if we are all workingmen pray tell us why this war! Why do we fight each other? Is is it because we havu’t any better sense! It begins to look that way to a man up a tree. —East Arkansian, organ St Fran cis Co W heel. The good sense of the above is evident to any I'airminded person. It is time for the different working classes to cease clashing. The wheel organ says, there is no sense in it. It is only a few office-seekers who seek to keep up this tight and if all the classes will unite in defeat ing such for office, it will help at tain the good end sought. Speaker of the House, Carlisle has been in conference with Presi dent Clevehmd, and congressman .Mills of Texas, likely to be the next chairman of the ways and means committee, who is now in Washington, says the administra tion, assisted by prominent demo cratic leaders, are preparing a tar iff lull, that will receive united par ty support. It begins to look like our inii|uitous tariff will soon be remedied—reduced. Middle Texas experienced Hoods last week that destroyed life and property. Ansley Guilty. Fai.con. Auk.. Sept, 5),ISH7. Editor Picavt’NK. — 1 read an ar ticle in your valuable paper, from the kiltie Itock Republican, in ref erence to ('apt. Ansley’s once hav ing denied the utterance of men selling the virtue of their wives and daughters, last fall. The Re publican said he defended the (’aptaiu then, hut knew it to he true now. The Republican wasnot so much to blame, as he was not present at the time. Some of his de fenders were prominent citizens of Nevada, among that number a bap tist minister, of the Enion Associa lion. Think ot it. is the association able to educate young preachers and eongressmenf?) too. W. J. Tompkins. J, M. Montgomery. James.M. Montgomery never, I believe, i laimed residence in Hemp stead county, lint in nnle-liellnm day s lie was sn IVt*<|nt'iit 1 \ mill an much around Washington, that even body came to know him, and ive kind of looked upon him oh ■one ot us.” Hence I think I am justifiable in ”i\ i;«t* him a place in these annals, dim Montgomery, ivas one of the most genial com lanionnlde and popular men I ev •t knew. He was gentlemanly, i Ha hie, good-hearted, full of tun, mil the very soul of honor. When ie first ran for clerk of Lafayette •minty, in H5I, although a mere loiith who had just attained his iinjority with a hurrah, and was reelected each successive term i for a period of sixteen years, anil ivonld, no donlit, have hold the of ice as Ion;; as lie desired it hail ne not been reconstructed out. So j popular was In* that he rarely had • ppositiou. Montgomery, after i>niug out of oll’n e, was admitted o tin liar, and is now a successful practitioner, lie lives in Pres ■oil. Nevada comity. S. II. Wil iams' memorabilia, in Washington Press. JEFFERSON ON PAPER MONEY.1 "1 um sorry to joe our loans be gin nl mi cxiirbituul mi interest i And jet oven at (lint, you will soou I lie ill tin- lioMoiii of-4llie loan-bag. Wo an- an agricultural nation. Snell an one employs it.- sparing* in tl»p purchase, or improvement of laml in stocks. Tlio lendablo liiiint'j iiliiniia tiioln, is chiefly Hi a t ul orphans and wards, in the hand* of executors anil guardians, and, lliat wiiicli tin* farmer lays by till1 lie has enough for the purchase in view. In such a nation there is one and one ntil.v, resource for loans, sufficient to carry them through Hu- expenses of a war; and taut will always be sufficient, and in the power of an honest govern ment, punctual in the preserva tion ofits faith. The fund I menu, is the mass of circulating coin. Every one knows, that although not literally, it is nearly true, that every paper dollar emitted ban ishes a silver one front the circu lation. A nation, therefore, mak ing its purchases and payments with bills tilted lor circulation, thrusts an ei|ual sum of coin out of circulation.”—Jefterson’s works, Vol. VI, i'- 139. “In this way, I am not without hope, that this great, this sole re source for loans in an agricultural country, might yet lie recovered for the use of file nation during ! war; and, if obtained in perpefu um, it would always he sufficient i to carry us through any war; pro j vided, that in the interval between ! war and war, all the outstanding ! paper should be called in, coin lie i permitted to How in again, and to hold the field of circulation until another war should re (pure its I yielding place again to the national medium.”—Jefferson’s works, Vol. VI, P. 141. “Bank paper must be suppress ed, and tlie circulating medium must be restored to the nation to whom it belongs. It is the only fund up<>>i irhieh they run rely koh loans; it is the only resource which can never tail them, and it is an abuudant one tor every nec essary purpose. Treasury hills, hot turned on taxes, hearing or not bearing interest, as may be tound necessary, thrown into circulation will take the place of so much gold and silver, which last, when crow tied, will find an efflux into other } countries, and thus keep the quan tum of medium at its salutary lev el.”—JefTersons works, v. 0, p. 100. “We are now without any medi um; and necessity, as well sis patri otism and confidence will make us eager to receive treasury notes, it founded on specific taxes.”—Jefl'er sou’s works, Vol. VI, P. ikS2. “But Congress could then have issued treasury notes, payable within a fixed period, and founded on a specific tux,the proceeds ol which, ns they come in, should be exchangeable tor the notes of that particular emission only.”—.Jeffer son’s works, Vol. VI, I*. 332. “Treasury notes of small as well as high denomination, bottomed on a tax w hich would redeem them in ten years, would place at our ! disposal the whole circulating me ilium of the I'nited States: a fund of credit sufficient to carry us through any probable length of war ”—Jefferson's works, \ ol. \ I, I*. 4Iff. ! “In both cases, the truth is, that capital may be produced by indus try, and accumulated by economy; I but juyglers only propose to create it by legerdemain tricks with pa per.’’-Jefferson’s works, v. 6, p 241. “There is indeed a convenince in paper; its easy transmission I »*. from one place to another. But this may be mainly supplied by bills of Kxehange, so as to prevent any great displacement of actual coin. Two places trading togeth er balance their dealings, for the most part, In their mutual sup plies, and the debtor individuals of either may, instead of cash, re mit the bills of those who are cred itors in the same dealings; or may obtain them through some third place with which both have deal ings. The cases would be rare where such bills could not be ob tained either directly or circuit ously, and too unimportant to the nation to overweigh the train ot evils (lowing from paper circula tion. .1 eft’er'son's works, v. (i, p 237. “Ami it •« lor this |o-tt \ addition to the eapi* tal of the nation, this minimum of one dollar, added to one hundred mill thirty tlmv ami a tliiril, or three fourth' per emit, that we are to give u|» our gold ami silver medium, its intrinsic solidity, it* universal value*, ami it' .savii.o’powiT' in tiim* of war, ami to sub stitute for it pii|a*r. with all it' train of evils, moral, political ami phi sical, which I will not protend to enumerate.’’- .JetFersoii’s works Vol. \ I. 1*. -The bankruptcies in London. have re commenced witli now foivo. Then* is no saving where ’his Arc will end. |M»rhaps in the general conttagration of all tin ir paper. If Hot now, it must erelong. With only iwoi*t> millions «»T ooin, and tlm*o or four hundred millions of circulating paper, puh Ii<■ and private, nothing i> ni'a^an hut a general panic, produced either by failure-., invasion, or any other cause, and the whole \ isioiiarv fahrie vanished into air, and shows that pa|»er is poverty, |li:it it is only the ghost oi money, and not money itself.” Jefferson's works, Vol. 2. I*. 4tk». Valimble Farm for Suits I offer for sale at a bargain my farm three . tind a half miles south of Prescott, contain ing 200 acres; half in cultivation, and under good fenee 70 acres fresh land. Place well impro\ed, tl»re«* comfortable dwelling', well • itnated. with plentiful supply of good wa* ler; large « y pre.' shingle roof framed harn; large framed gin house, with 10 horse power Allies engine and *»0 saw magnolia gin. forms iT.-i'Oimhle. t’nll on or write to \V. .1. Wii.i.i win. •'resentt, Ark New rilot stoves gun nut eed to . gj\c sail'liielion. Fostei vV Lo^ttii IMw. (‘o. | More Assertions Proven False. Editor PtcAYl'.NK.— In tl»*i Dis patch of lust week. a c*rrespnu dent. iimli i t!■«• mini de plume of **R«forinM say* Mist tl»*.-rf are live unmistakable evidences of nation al ilc.ilii. Hi st of which i* failures in worhlly husim-s, anil say.' in **18(56 we hail hail 44(5 business failures, anil in 1.878 w e hail 15,805.” We deny that lailiiie'ate an in dication of national dentil. We most emphatically deny that his figures are true; on the contrary, we state fearlessly and defy him to disprove it, that the number of failures in 18015 were I,otto instead of 4415 as represented I• \ him, and 10,478 in 1.878 lust. .»•! oi 15.8-5. See page 48 Spulfmds Anieliean Almanac. We state lurlher that the aggregate liabilities of failures in 1878 were more titan any other year in our history except 1857. I f failures are indication of nation al death, why is it that there were lailnres in 1857 lepresenting lia bililius of $265,818,001, and the ag gregate liabilities of failures in 188(5 were $ 114,1514.110. It he wanted to make a fair statement why did he not take the year 1886 from which to make his compari son, when the number ol traders were three times as large as in I860 and the failures only amount to a little over one half as much. Was lie not afraid he would show that failures have constantly de creased under Democratic rule? The last year of Republican rule, 1884, the failures were $220,^45,427 In 1885, the first year of Demo cratic rule, they were $124,220,521 and in 1880 they were$114,644,119. See table page 48 SpofFords Ameri can Almanac. With regard to the insane, his figures are hopelessly wrong, for we find on page IU09 part 2nd, of the official census of 1880, instead of the enormous increase of insane amounting to 19<l0 per cent that from 1870 to 1880 the per cent of increase of insane was about lo2, and on page 1000 the Commission er of the census after certain ex planations, says the insane have only increased at the rate of 80 per cent. Now, the population during that time increased over 30 per cent. One third ot the insane are foreigners, see page 1071, part 2nd census of 1880. So after taking the increase of the general popu lation, and of the foreign popula tion the increase has not exceeded 40 per cent instead of 1000 per cent as stated by Reform. The increase of insanity is not attribu table to national death, but a great part of it is attributable to the ex cessive use of whiskey, tobacco and other poisonous drugs. See American Encyclopedia, Vol. IX P. '209. We have not the statistics at hand for murder, suicides and in crease of penitentiary offenses but we have proved that ‘‘Retorm” is 1860 per cent wrong in his calcula tions mi insanity and can presume that he is just as far wrong on bis other calculations. Come to the front. Reform, with your figures; give the hook and page. Reformer. Go to Foster & Logan Hdw <’n. for your cook stoves. They have the largest and most complete line ever brought to Prescott. The worst case of Hu\ cured in a few hours, with Hugh’s Flux Cor dial. Don’t fail to try it. Only 2.’> ets., at Hugh Moucrief& Pro’s. A Certain Cure for Catarrh. Gentlemen—For seven years I have had catarrh. Three years of that time I was unable to work. L'nfortunately, early' in my artic tion my breath became very offen sive. For seven years I could smell nothing, and I had no taste. How offensive my breath wn< all those seven years I need not tell. What my sufferings ot uiud at not being able to taste or smell anything, can he easily imagined. I was treated by physicians all during that time, and I tried nu merous medicines advertised. I bought one course of treatment 1 saw advertised for *16 that was not worth five cents. Last spring ii year a |>uiii|ilil<*t Irom the Swill Specific Compaii\ runic mi ller ni.v notice, ami I determined In try Hie specific. Fuiiriccu small Imt ties completely cured me that spring ami summer. Worked for Hr1 (list time in four years, ami have lieeii working right along since witlioul limine the slightest return of catarrh. The wonderful cure of me Inis been the means of bringing S. S. S., to the successful notice of ma ny neighbors. 1 regard it as a womlerfnl hluoil pnritier, ami a certain cure of catarrh w hen given a fair trial Yours truly, S \ M. A. (‘ii|». Trimtie, Tenu., Kelt. L'H, lsiiT, Treatise i.ii Ithiml.iml Skill llis ease in tileil free. The Swift Sit.i ific <'o. drawer I. Atlanta, t»a PIANOS AND ORGANS, ©mith wu., 326 MAIN ST., LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Sole agents for Arkansas, for the celebrated Mason & Hamlin organs and pianos. Also agents for the Ivers & Fond, Krakauer Bros., C. D. Pease and C. A. Smith A Co pianos. Also for Chicago Cottage organs and Bridgeport Organ Co’s organs. In struments sold on easy terms—send sor catalogue and tarms. Saved Him Life Mr. 1). I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky. says he was, for many years, badly afflicted with Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were al most unendurable ami would some times almost throw him into con vulsions. He tried Kleetric Bit ters and not relief from the first bottle and after taking six bottles, was entirely cured, and had gained in tiesli eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes be would have died; had it not been for the relief afforded by Electric Hitters. Sold ta fifty ceuts a bottle by Juo. M. Mil burn. *• • Pile DISPTCBC Th« Safejt, Surest *nd AuUfc Duoltno, Cheapest Chill-Cure In Twelve Hours. Mr. W. E. Starling, Delia, Ark.f writes: “Your Hnglies’ Tonic is doing much good in this country. It never fails to cure chills and fe ver. My little daughter had fe ver and Hughes’ Tonic broke it up in twelve hours.” Prepared by It. A. Robinson »X; Co., Wholesale Druggists, Louis ville, Ky. Sold at retail by Drug gist generally. Itiicklcn's .Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world lor Cuts, Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itlieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped 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 2~i cents per box. For sale by ,Jno. M. Millmrn. Don’t fail to get a hot tie of II ugli’s Flux Cordial. 111»• best in the world, only 2."ie., at Hugh Moucrief& Hro Wonderful have been the dis coveries through the inventive ge nius and scientific knowledge of men. Hut the properties of Mor ris’ Casearine for the relief of a I disordered liver are uneipialled. I Children with bowel troubles, l while teething, should i.ot fail to use Hugh’s Flu- Cordial. Only ‘Jo cls., at Hugh Monerief & Pro’s. ipiir DIICTCDC your Chills without AUUL DUu I Cllu making you hick. <0 Cti, HUGHES’TONIC Sure mid Safe Unitedv for CHILLS and FEVER. lNVALUAIM.K IN TIIK sol I'll WILL CURE THE MOST OBSTINATE CASE8. i KOK S.VI.K MV DKl'IiliINTS. I’KM-WIKI. ItV K. A. ItOHINSON iV CO.. Lori.SVIl.I.K, KV. PATENTS! | Inventor- aind patentee- tin all lining business with tin1 l’. S. Patent Other are in* i vited to communicate w it 11 me with eon- ' tldnit n lianee upon my fidelity to their in terests. New invention- patented, old invention* improved, ami rejected application* revived. Caveats tiled and trade mark- registered. Prompt attention. *killful -erv ice, moder ate charge*. Preliminary information cheer- 1 fullv funnelled. A. S. YAN IS, Solicitor of American and Foreign Patent* Hid Fstreet N. \\\, WASHINGTON I). C. Notice lor Puhli :it nil. L wi» Omn; at < \mi»,.\, Aiik. ♦ \ug. L'-hel. |Ks; , NOTH K i- lierrhx given that the follow - ing-nained settler ha* tiled notice of hi- in tent ion to iil ike tiled proof in -npjiort of hi* claim, ami that -aid proof will |»c made tie fore the County Judge of Nevada loiiuiv, • Ark. at Pre-ctt. Ark., on October loth. IHn7. \ \/\ .lohii P. Seoti. lid. K. '.*777, for I he KJ N W I Sec. It. Tp. I S |J. 1'1 \\ II'' name- tie* following witne-sos to prove hi- eoiitiliumi- le-ideiice upon, ami eultiva- , lion of, said land, viz: \ I. Fincher, W. 'I'. Hillard. J. K. Hillard and II. W. Sparks, all i d I to*-toil, Nevada county, Ark. \Y. K. ItA MSKY, ltegi*ter. Wjifiilnjg Order, In Missouri Township J. P. Court Before I). .1 Montgomery. I Nevada Count \ Arkama-. I no. K. Porli.-, IMuinfitty I \ Pipkin, HelendantA The Hetciidant, .1. \. Pipkin, i- warned to • ppear in thi- Court, w ithin t liii r \ da vs, and tu-wer the complaint of the PlaintitV. Jno. K. Porli-. 1*. J. Mon h,"\ikkv. J. P. MnsnimiKKt M viiukn V MnvmoMKitv Plaint it!" • \tt\-. Align i lMi |Sh7 Not iee! I - lierrhx given that I intend to appl\ to lie coiiiniivioiier • the (hneral Land OtU.<.a »l \\ a.-hington I*. ( . h*r repa\incut, *n pm ha e pai l iiie ii N. F J and N. \\ . | Sec. •*• I p II S. It. iM \\ The duplicate iccipl oi -nideiitrie have neeii h»-f. Jo„n M, Lmn J. J’. DUFFLE, DEALER IN FINE FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Brackets, &c., Ac. AND A FULL LINE OK UNDERTAKERS GOODS. IIOI'E, ----- ARKANSAS. .1. C. NEELY. S. II. BROOKS. II. M. NEKLY BROOKS, NEELY * CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, CUTTON FACTORS AND Commission Merchants. 367 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. REPRESENTED BY C. J. HANKS. CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 923 & 95 Congress Avenue, Austin, Tex. College Hall, (Mm-' llooiii*. < nib . Librarv, ot. . ori'iipy n tbn.r area of ftut9 an commodious jd< i-mt, mid! well I'i*rtii-|***<I for work mid comfort. It I’RAfTKAI \\l> THOKOniH m.MMKIM’l Al. SCHOOL.; ProfV. J. J. Ambr-on. A M.. L. II. Walden, M. A.. O. \. Yarbroii^b. M. A., Instructor*. A COMPLKTK >< li‘ m »L IN PKNMANSlIlP. Prof. \\ alden :■ net Yarbrough, Teaditn of 1 >ii«in<— ami Ornamental IViimnu-hip. A PKACTM ’AL SCHOOL OK SIIORT-HANl) AND TV Ph-WRITING. Prof. Yar brough, Tt#n her. A SCHOOL OK MODERN LANOCAOKS. Prof. A. C. .Ie.*.*en. T«*aeher of German, Prof. (i. If. Willlet, Teacher of S|»mn-h. A TRAINING SCHOOL IN THE KNGLISH RKANCHKS. Summer Snsaion o|h »is Ma\ J. Student* r»i «iys*d oa«h week day in the year. Tuition and board for 1J week* guaranteed ut ssO. Eor particular- uddre*». •I..I. ANDKIIM >X. HILL, FSNTmiNE & COJ Com Factors ail Masala Grocers, No.'296 and 298 Front St., No. I 16 South Main Street, MEMPHIS TENN. ST. LOUIS. MO. CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL SOLICITED. WHTSHIP MACHINE CO., COTTON 6INS AND PRESSES ATLANTA, On Hit: All the Latest Improvements, Steel Shafts, “* Durable, Simple, Run Light, Cm Fast, Cleaa 1 Seed Good Sample, Handsomt Finish. ** j Wl\*llll» UITTON PHEIFRS are J Strong, (oim nirnt ami l'bei|K Write f'T Circulars and I’ricaa. WINSHIP , Feeler, id Ccndessen, ARE THE BEST. “the GIRL I LEFT BEHIND HE." ■mis'tioitnjw ... - » lilu«tr»t<(| by tlin lino n( * I r lUv.l.M li llnmy, whl. Ii i- nut only tint InndlDf Botn In *hU plctum but TIER I.RtIMNK l«t(;«;V OK tKl'.llll't. Safutv Kind ljnlt «n<l Klflli Wtuytl. ynnr .|. nl.-r f..r thi> T. T IMYIMICK HI'UllT. with *h« fifty dock Snfi'ty Kinp Bolt ntxl I* iftf* Wh«<*l. l,tfe iH Inixctirn riding over fttiy other. (Ilm picture will b** furnisher! on .i I «r«e caul. printed in elfi'.itit slyle, to any one who will agree tft fr.mea) [FNrLOKE STAMP.) •sia.wssrjr' the t. t. haycock carriage co.. t’or. 1'luut ftml T%% i-irth NIn., Cl NCIWft* ATI, AiENTS WANIKO WHERE WE NAVE NOME! NO INVESTMENT SO MOHTAill GULLKrr gin companYj AMITE CITY, LA. Manufacture Gru.KTT'H " M ao Noma" (!in Kkedkk ani> KI'VSKI'. At. till' WorldV Kxpom* lion, New OrlounR, 1H81 IHM.Uu’** Mai hln-H took tlm “ H'tf'1®*! Award, I<■ pl<>iiii> mid (loldMwW for lii^lil Draft, Heat Nainol" »W» General Utility.-’ They uro simple and durable, cicun tlio reed well and do "< choke in ginning. while for hi'I*' rior sample they liuvo lifver befu i a) indit'd. I,i it price of oiii “ M AON' (ilN redin i d from i^A.'iO to •> Haw . Write for i ii culmsand |