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, s .! .1) I'.VERY WEDNESDAY BY Jno. W. GARDNER, utiuioH \nd Proprietor. 0FFIC2—PICAYUNE BUILDING, HAST FRONT ST. States for Advertising: SPACE. | 1 Mo | 8 Mo | 0 Mo 12 Mo n neb 1! 50 $6 00 10 Oft 1100 • oi.:::::: 4 00 -m u 00 w 00 l Inch 5 50 10 00 10 00 22 50 ‘inch.::::: k.oo 2500 moo 1 f’,,1 12 00 25 00 4n 00 0.1 00 1 coi:r.::::: 2000 5000 ho 00 10000 SUBSCKIPIION, 1-50 PEK YEAH. .Job Work Neatly executed. liOcal notice* 10c per line eneli insertion— Ac per line to regulate advertisers who run Item nil the time. ftqT All advertising payable monthly or quarterly, unless otherwise agreed on. Ad dres. all oonttniinionUon^ ji,^AYUNE, Prescott, Ark. ON TOP! Democracy Wins! New York Solid-Virginia Reclaimed, Democratic Gains in Oth er States, Make Certain Another Sweeping National Victory in I 888. We have good news to gi'e ®nr readers this week. On 1 uesday, j of last week, elections were held, in different States, and Democra cy won the day. New York, the pivotal state, is no longer in the doubtful col umn—it gave a splendid Demo cratic majority, and snowed under the son of his father, Fred Grant, though assisted by the l nion Ba bor candidate, George. Col. Jno. H. Fellows was elected Dis-; trict Attorney in New York City. Virginia has been gloriously re claimed, giving an overwhelming. Democratic majority. Thus Billy Mahoue will leave the the C. S. Senate to be replaced by a Dem ocrat. There were decided iJcmociaiu. j gains in several states, Iowa and Nebraska, being among the num ber. Maryland elected a Democratic Governor and Legislature. She still keeps right. Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts remain unchanged —Republican—as expected. Only one defeat to stare the Democrats in the face—New tier-, s(*v went Republican, by a small majority. Taken all in all the result of the election is a grand Democratic triumph, and presages continued supremacy of that party in the National government for at least another 4 years, livery disputed point has been maintained, and the light for victory in 188,S made more easy and certain. The Anarchists. For sonic time there has been great interest manifested over tin* whole couutr.v, as to the fate ot the seven Chicago anarchists. Spies, Parsons, Lingg, Fischer. Kngej, bidden and Schwab, un der sentence of death. Kvery ef fort was made to have all of them given a new trial, their cases go ing to the Supreme courts of the State of Illinois and the I'nited States, but without avail. Finally the Governor was strongly peti tioned and begged for pardon ot coinmnt ilion of sentence u> life imprisonment. The day before tin* execution, Ficldcn and Schwab’s sentences were commuted to life impi i.-onmeut, the hit' to take its course with icguril to the oth er five. On this day, Lingg commit ted suicide l.y exploding a small dy namite si ell in his mo ith, blowing off part of his head. Friday at noon, the rcinainm r four, Fischer, Spies, K o el and Parson-, were J hung, in tile piilynrd. Tims cuds ( the scipn I to tie Hay nap ket riot, i of May, ISSti. All of the seven condemned anarchists, save Par sons, were foreigners, who could scarcely speak a w ord of Knglish. They came direct from socialists and nihilists, of Kurope, and c\- , parted to carry on their opera- j lions here, and destroy this gov eminent. Next vees we will lay be ore our readers a full account of the hanging and the crime com mitted by tin* ex pi Iling aii.iidhisis. Oregon \ .■ i. i on pi obibitinn tin- *th in-: . not « cut el by a majority 1ProhibitnniM> lta\ t* been d. !•*.. i —«t >11 ai omul tlii y ear. | I Listen nt tile ravings of the wild and ! ! W(K,lly Repuhlienn skunk who edit* the Sar atoginn, a New York republican organ: i ‘•Down with the traitors! There is only | one Hag for this nation—the stars and th" -tripe-! The star- and liar- are iboembh 01 of traitors. Down with them, down with the party Unit dares to raise tin1 >--:,e- t hey wrought! Hoist the stars and tin- stripes j and let them wave over the brave and the free—the stars and the bars are for traitors, | Down with ye, ye traitors! If tlie author of the above had a thimble- ( fill of brains he could not possibly taken second look nt it without becoming thor- | oughly disgusted with himself.—llotSprings | ! News. Correct, Hro. Wadley. Hut the sectiomu spirit prevails in Ohio ami other states, equally as had as is indicated in the above. I be people of the South are cheerfully hated and denounced. Monday Little Rock had a big fire, caused by a cigarette being dropped among some cotton. Over 3,373 bales ot cotton were burned, worth *2o0,000j other property, enough to run it up to *300,000 was destroyed. The tire originated at the Union Compress, at the foot of Main street. Prov - identially the wind changed, blow ing toward the river, which saved the city a still heavier loss. The “dead” old Democratic par ty, described by the Dispatch gang and office seeking ex-greenback ers, now Union Labor office seek ers, seems to be as lively as ever. In fact Democracy is'on top, and gaining ground every day. “Hur rah for hoorah”! The Union Labor party cause seems to be suffering tor want of attention. It did not develop the strength of a baby last week. In Ciucinnatti, the place ol its birth, it put out no ticket, but voted for the Republicans. Iii New York, tlie pivotal state, it was openly said m Republican ranks, that the I nion Labor party was an adjunct of their party, to help carry that State lor them. It turned out quite differently, however. Hurrah tor New ’l ork! The boys of this congressional district should not forget that there will be a competitive exami nation held here on the 26th inst., ’ for a cadet to W est Point Military academy.This is a splendid oppor tunity for some ambitious boy. The lTnion Labor party is “sinal! potatoes” up in New York, only a “baker’s dozen” voting the tick et, for George. Of the 7 or HOP, oop votes polled, it showed a strength of only .">0,000. Gov. Hughes lias made proc lamation, naming Thursday, the 24th inst., as thanksgiving day, fol lowing the example set by Pres , ident Cleveland. The Arkansas Exposition closes tomorrow. It revealed the won derous resources of the State, es pecially in agriculture and miner als. A Grand Record We call your iittenttnn to the advertise ment of a remedy which lias stood the test of more than a half century with in creasing popularity, and is universally ad mitted to have no eipial as a remedy for the euro of diseases originating in a disordered Liver, such as Dyspepsia, liilliousness Con stipation, Headache, Colic, etc ,Simmons Liver Regulator is simple and harmless, purely vegetable, and can he safely and ad vantu'gcoiislv used under any circumstances. It acts mildlv and effectually and is espec ially valuable as n Family Medicine, yvliieh position it holds in so many homes. We do not knoyy anotiier preparation which can • bring forward such indorsements from heads of families and those holding the highest ottieial and social positions. Keep Simmons Liver Regulator in the house auu it will reduce your doctor’s bill and insure for your families health and happiness. It seems strange, but it is nuvcrthelecs true that the world contains people yvlio will try to imitate, counterfeit or substitute something else for a genuine, meritorious article, even to the extent of making a spu rious medicine, risking life and health, and it behoove- everyone to look that they buy only the genuine. Zcilin ik Co. have used the precaution to put on the front of each yy rapper their trade-mark of a curved /. cn tyvined around the mortar, and on the >idc the -'gnalillc of ,1. II, /cilia ,k Co., in red ink. Fra id- should alyvays he denounc ed and the true remedies upheld. Fair Warning. All pal lies indebted to I lie ate lii in • >1 Wuodbery ik Port in, and i lie under.-signed individually. are hereby nulilii-d that I lu-ir m-counts yviil Ik- put in tlie bauds ul an «>111 n r Inf collection, it they are lint paid in a reasonable time. 1 can lint albild to entry over one dollar till next year. I will be cotnpell ed to enlleet as a pl'Oieclioii to my IjllsiU'-ss. Jso. K. I’uUTlS. I,i ll Astray “Kkknanoina, Nassau Co., Kla., t MarHi Jit, IK,so. | “I have used Dr. Simmons Liv er Regulator and always found it to do what is claimed for it. The last bottle and t»vo packages did me no good and were worse than nothing. I see it is not put up by ,1. 11 Zcilin tX; Co., and not gen uine, and a waste of money to buy it, I would be glad to get the pure and genuine. Send me some from holiest hands (with red Z uni Zeilin & Co.’s signature on wiappi-r), The tietitious stuff sold will injure someone badly. “ 1 our < >h't Sei v t, liENJ. T. Rich. Grand Jury Report. Nkvada Circuit Court, i Nov. Term. ISrtT. ) The Grand jury at the present jtenn of the court beg leave lu re port: That they have examined all | criminal matter-* <>f which they had knowledge or cmihl receive inlor | mation, and have presented true bills in all eases where in their opinion the testimony wan-anted it. They have examined the several county offices and find everything in good condition, and all books properly kept. They have exam ined the county jail and public ! buildings and find them well and properly cared for. They find that the justices of the peace have duly filed their transcripts, and they find the public roads in good | condition, better than they have j been for years. We respectfully call the atten tion of the County Judge to the want of a bridge over the sloughs 1 Nacliitosh Bluff. A good ferry is ! kept there on the river, but peo ple can not cross said slough, un less the river is very low. The overseer is forced to put in a new bridge every overflow, and we be lieve the County Judge should pul in a bridge high and long enough to protect it from overflow s. The presence of a good ferry throws the travel oyer this road, and makes it important to the interest i of the county to provide a safe and permanent bridge. > And now with our thanks to the [• court and its officers for courte sies, we respectfully ask to be dis ! charged. A. G. Stuart, i Foreman. __ Glendale (<ossi|>. Our young lolks enjoyed a social sing, at the residence ol Mr. Mc j Millian, one night last week. Miss Lou ltegan joined the Sa J lem church and received the ordi nance of baptism,by elder Barham, last Sunday morning. Miss Electa Cantley returned to the Ozan school Sunday night, af ter spending a few days vacation with her mother and friends. Miss Nannie McMillian, our ef ficient school teacher, went to Lit tle Rock to take in the exposition, on children’s day, and was much gratified with what she saw and heard. By the by, Miss Nannie ' leads the style in this neighbor hood. this winter, with her big Hood. Nothing is heard lately from the whiskey advocates, about prohi bition killing the town of Prescott, lor any man can see on any day of the week, from the cotton handled and general business transacted, that Prescott is as wide awake and as good a town as there is iu south western Arkansas. Its progress must be substantial and not transi tory, as is so often the case with whiskey towns. Your correspondent took a busi ness,trip into Hempstead county last week, and will say that if a shade of dissatisfaction sometimes I crosses his mind iu regard to Ins home and locality, it has entirely disappeared, lor if their black land may be richer than ours, it does not and never can offset the disad vantages growing out of a scarcity —almost a total failure—of water for man and beast. Some people there have to haul water three and four miles, and after obtained, should not be dignified by the name of water. I would rather have my little home, with its pure, , flowing well of soft, crystal water, : than a whole section of their black land without water,‘Toryou never miss the wab-r till the well runs dry.” To appreciate home property a man ought to stir around occasionally to see how other peo ple live and do. On m.v wav home, 1 stopped at Cantley’s and McWilliams gin, near the Artesian, anil found them busy, smiling and happy, and seemed glad to show me about, and 1 was especially pleased with the working of their self-feeding gin, rolling out the tieee.v staple, in such a beautiful and bountiful folds and entirely dispensing with the disagreeable lint loom. 1 though* how mill'll better it will l>e tor ”111 people, when the notion 1- tnanu'aeliircd into doth by factories, owned and operated in our midst. In m.v opinion, it is nnl,\ a question of time when such will lie the ease. - Twenty-four hundred pounds t cotton were ginned on the above gin, one day last week, in one hour and fourteen minutes, which the proprietors think is pretty good for a tnrty inch gin. So I will tally one till somebody else steps ahead l.oNiiiiKI.I.ow. Notice. I’rot I,. White, the noted cancel! eradicator will remain at Present!, until further notice is given ol his departure, as lie has several eases now on hand and new ones are daily coming, even from Texas. He was in that stale In July and August and lias proved there as well .is lie lias in this state, that lie is one of the most successful cancer eradicator* in the world. .- •♦+ - N’ot more dreary the sublime dreams of Dante, than t'te gloomy visions of those who fuller from rmisiipation lint flie.se become a gloi'i and a light under the t< v ivilv ing iiiflin nees of Mm i is’t 'as , earine. DYSPEPSIA. 1 IS that misery experienced when wo,sud denly become aware that we posHCiw a Inbnllciil arrangement called a stomach. The stomach Is the reservoir from which every fibre and tissue must be nourished, and any trouble with It is soon felt through out the whole system. Among a dozen dyspeptics no two will have the same pre dominant symptoms. Dyspeptiesof active mental power and a bilious temperament are subject to Sick Headache; those, fleshy and nhlcgmut lc have Constipation, while t he thin and nervous a re abandoned togloomy foreboding*. Sonic dyspeptics ure wonderfully forgetful; others have great irritability Of temper. Whatever form Dyspepsia may take, one tiling is certain, The underlying cause is in the LMt'EH, and one tiling more is equally certain, no one will remain a dyspeptic who w ill Acidity of the Stomach, Kxpcl foul gases, Allay Irritation, and, at the same time Start the MAver to working, when all other troubles soon disappear. "My wife was a confirmed dyspeptic. Some three years ago by the advice of l>r. Steiner, of Augusta, the was induced to try Simmons I.iver Regulator I feci grateful for the relief it has given her, and tuny all who read this and are afflicted in any way, whether chronic or other wise, use Simmons I.iver Regulator and I feel confident health will be restored to all who will be advised.'*—Wm. M. Kkksii, tort Valley, Ga, See that you get the Uenuiue, w ith red 2i on front of W-eapper, FKRPAKFD ONLY BY J. H. ZKIMN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa, : —-| How a Baby’s Life Was Saved. Death, the grim monster, is fond of entering the happy family circle and to cut down with his fatal , scythe the sweet, young blossoms | of humanity which clear and bright en the household; but after the keen edge of bis scythe can be averted by the fond parents, if they will exercise good judgement in procuring an etlicient remedy for their ailing child. Such a case is related below,and the testimony given by the mother cannot fail to impress itself upon the memory of all mothers who may be called up on to undergo a similar experience and who are anxious to save their own baby’s life from the insidious attack of a disease which poisons the verv fount of'life, to end, final ly, in death. Furthermore, the entire harm less of S. S. 8. is seen in the tact that little four-months old babies take it with impunity and great benefit. Babies predisposed to scrofula should be brought up from the age of three months to eighteen months on 8. 8. 8., that they may be free forever thereafter from the awful malady. Doctors prescribe S. 8. 8. for scrofulous babies. Gaston, N. C., April f, 1S87. Gentlemen —Several months ago my baby, then only four months old, developed scrofula. He had two severe risings and sores on the neck. I sent for our family physician, who pronounced the case scrofula, and prescribed 8. S. 8.for it. 1 gave the baby 8.8. 8. for about a mouth, and it soon got the disease under control. The sores are healed, and the baby is very well and healthy in appearance. 1 know 8. 8. 8. saved the baby’s life, and 1 told our doctor so. lit is a regular physician, and pre scribed S. 8. 8. for the baby as soon ns lie saw it bad scrofula. Yours since!cly, Amanda Inoi.k. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free. TilK Swift Sl*K< ifm' (’<>., Draw er •'!, Atlanta, t<a. We earnestly invite all people to eniin , si i, examine and price our large, new a d elegant toclv of fall and winter goods. On stock lias been selected wiili gre i care, and at the 1 ivvt-t pint-, from the largest facioihs a .,! wholesale houses, in the lvist. Our slid ving and counters are loaded down vvitli new goods of every stvh* and description. We are satisfied that the low pi ices we are selling our goods, will in dtice and persuade many people to buy from us. The great mim ber of customers that visit our house daily, is sullieieiil prool that 1 we are selling cheap. W e will continue to extend a general invi tation to all, to come, sec and know for yourselves, that we will sell you the best goods for the least money. We want more cus tomers and more trade. We have ■an abundance of goods and bar gains to give every one that vvill buy from us. The good quality of our goods, and the low prices we will sell tli^m to you. vvill make glad your heart, put a happy smile upon y our face, von will go out with an arm full ol (foods rejoicing, because you have received such good value for the money you spent with Johnson & Uknmuci.ly. PIANOS ; AND ORGANS, wt— ... o rv, pmim ww«5 32S MAIN ST., LiTTLL HOCK, ARK. ' Sole agents for Arkansas, for the celebrated Mason & Hamlin organs and pianos. Also agents for the Ivors A Pond, Krakau* Bros., C. D. Pease and C. A. Smith A Co pianos. Also for Chicago Cottage organs C°’8 °rf?anS' struments sold on easy terms-send sor catalogue and ter n . _ —■k—swam—^—— —1 A New Bank. For the benefit of Sidney B. Wood and the people I have open ed a Bank for the purpose of buy ing and aud selling Exchange and doing and a general Exchange bus iness at Hope Ark, My cash cap ital at present is limited but if all things work well we will change on Jan. 1st From a private bank to a National Bank. In the mean time I will do the best 1 can tor those who wish to patronize the peoples Bank. Yours to command. Siunky B. Wood. F. S. — I have a large lot of mules and horses which 1 will sell on time, payable Oct 1st 1888. If you need a team come and see Yours trul^, Siunky B. Wood. Music Self-Taught. Prof. (1. S. Rice’s Piano and or gan Music System. Rapid, Practical Correct, teaches all chords, \ aria tious, Accompameuts, Thorough Bass Laws, Tunes, Notes. Self taught at your own home. The only system that brings musical knowledge within reach ot all. Sent on test. Send stamp for cir culars to theG. S' Rice Musical < o. 24J State Chicago, 111. so-,0 IN CASH! J Woiocstcr’s iind Webster’s Dictionaries, worth !?8y, and I Dictionary Hol ders, worth Slo.oO, given as prizes for best essays answering the ques tion “Why should 1 use a Diction ary Holder?” For full particulars, send to La Verne W. Noyes, !•!>& 101 W. Monroe St Chicago, the maker of Dictioarv Holders. Or nquirc at your bookstore Johnson &(Joiierelly*s s-.od eiv il service boot, is taking the lead. Beyond all doubt, this is the best bott for durability and easy wear, that has been sold in this market. This boot is made to order, in the Boston factories, out of the very best material that can be produc ed. Hundreds to witm-ses can testify to the fact that this hoot has been worn twtlvo mouths. We guarantee every pair of these hoots to give perfect satisfaction in every respect. New crop rict—a lot just re ceived by Jno. li. Portia. A hero, dying in doing a good tlefd, celebrated bis success with a last cheer. Vet the triumph of a hero is not equal to tilt; success of Morris’ Case.nine in overcom ing liver and bowel complaints. Money to Loan First Mortgage -ON Well Improved Properties. \Vi un- )>n-pari'i) t«» mj'utiult Imm* -rruivtl I*\ llr-t mi w* II iiunrmnl farm propiitli-, for g\r M';tr« thin-, n*pii\;»f»l«* In siimll animal In atallim lit' Vppl'' 1" -Monl’l If \K \ I'lCM-Utt, \rk, «gOLD StHTA CLfUSE? -MAKI> \i — J. II. Kershaw tv Co s. —tvi; Wll.l. KKKl* AIIKAH l\ — mlop anl •lir-’t'iias |)||\ |.. i ’i.i' n II p jili.iia ! tIt:if «»l«l Mm In t Inti* hulk* - •no* inrr 1 i«*;i• |i»:irf«*r- l"i nil [;lmla «ii ulff 11 i!11'^- a . (-Iirl*fm:i* n >1 \nw A i ur, CHEAPER THAI! E7ER BEFORE. So mine rtl'aiy and [i< ‘ .•►ur f•» -. Irirk*, fruit*, •j»ii«Ii« , \\ f nPii keep a • ••.•iplrl e *ti»t k i*l uiuceriesd Wlii'li will In- '••M t l«*w • t |»ri«*«-«■ I nuikfii! |.il- pll-t piltl pillion, \\n «o|if .| II OMltiilllnun* «»i , [III- SIIIH-. J. H. KERSHAW & CO.. WEST FRONT STREET. PRESCOTT. ARK. Noli-. 4»| 'Pin- umli'tM^iii'd Commi—amors, appoint i imI t• y tile eoiinU eowrt, at the (ietohor torm, • 1H87, t«» purrlniM* a pauper farm, herohv L^iye imtiee that we will roe.-ive >ealet| hidi* Up to til* I util of lew' lie'iilll. re- -i\ il;^ lilt* |uivile^et*f rejeetimj all hids. .;ddn>* nil oitls to Oliu i S. .IniKK, Pre-.nitt, \ i U Oi.in K!i s. .Ionk>. | .1 C. I'kkv ii.i.m.N, , (*omiiii».'ii»io>r*. N. J. I*hh k. | 1 <!'<il>ic their money Blltll I <' ' t*iicorrugated . REFLECTING SAFETY LAMP A ( Ml Ui aold In ever) faulty ■ Hi^religlit than i hi.. <udiii.uy I S+n* HiIriy IheeeaiHiurroiu 1 laui|» immI la eoiitinmi Psxi '■ TV.11 11 ,,M; 1 •»*'-' tin I &2»I>' U* h id urtir f‘s. Niid | i r., (□Alll.iftll.iK 1 • ... llllirH to lPrFOHbHEE& McMAKIN,Cincinnati,0 J. F. DUFFLE, DEALER IN FINE FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Window Shades. Picture Frames, Brackets, die, die , AND a PI'LL LINK <>K UNDERTAKERS GOODS. HOPE, - ARKANSAS. _ ■ ——— , c NEELY. S. II. BROOKS. II. M. NEELY BROOKS, NEELY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Merchants. 367 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. REPRESENTED BY C. J. HANKS. JOHNSON’S COM MERCI AL COLL EGE, Short-Hand and Type-Writing, and English school, South - West Cor. 9th & Olive streets, SOT. LOTTIS, 1s/LO. All the Commercial, English and Mathematical liianches thorouglv taught. Also Short-Hand and Typewriting by Experienced Teachers. JkijrTlii- is tin- only..1 in St. Louis Inn ing nil elevator tor tin- li.i of iU student* It i- located In the most popular und central port <>f tie- «-itv, opposite the new po-t ortiee Alid Custom House, l’npi;'* Theatre amt the new Odd Fellow* Hall, now ItCing built. Old students and the puhlie nrc invited t" vi-lt u- in our new halls. .j-'l’he ('ollege > open ail the ir. Kor ■ ir- ihu-. g \ ing full particulars, uddrCM PROF. J- W. JOHNSON. CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 923 & 95 Congress Avenue, Austin, Tex. Collet-e Hull, Ola-- Itooni'. < >ttb1 . Libnm. ,-t• . net ipy > floor iron of 7i>*0 square feet are eotninodiou.'. pleasant, and well furnished fur work ami u.mib rt. It taa I’HAOTHAl, AM) THOILOl (ill t i.MMKIKT Al. SCHOOL.; Profs. .1. .1. Anderson. A. M„ L. II. Walden. M. A (i. A. Y M. A., Instructor! A COMPLETE SCHOOL IN PENMANSHIP. Prof. Walden and Yarbrough. Teacher! of Hiiwintss and Orimmeiitii! IN*n|>. A PILAt TICAL SCHOOL OK SHOli l -H.YND AND I'Y Ph-W III II NO. Prof. Yar tirough, Teaeber. A SCHOOL OF MODKItN LASGCAGKS. Prof. A. C. .Ii-mn. IVaelier of Herman l’rot. ti. li. \Vi 11 lot. Te teller of Spanish. A THAI NINO SCHOOL IN THE ENGLISH KIJANCUES. Summer Session opens May 2. Student- roeeited tell « day in the year. Tultw* and board for 12 weeks Guaranteed at $Mo. Kor particulars address. .i. .i. ani )i;i;s< >N. HILL, FONTAINE & 00., Cotton Factors and fbolesale Grucers, No. 296 and 298 Front St., No. I 16 South Mam Street, MEMPHIS. TENN. ST. LOUIS. MO, CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL SOLICITED. “THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME.” COPYRIGHTED 1877 IW . .. - ' - _ * Illustrated by tho nan of n t T. ITavdock ItnggY, which 1 • not only the leading Buggy *n picture, but THIS I.F \I>!\<; OF ANRRICA. lla- llavdock** Safety K t<r Bolt and Fifth Wheal. Aak your dealer for the T. T. HAY DOCK with tue liaydock Safety King Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Life i* insecure riding over any other. (Ihis picture will Wc furnished On a large card, printed in elegant style, to any One who will »gre< frame it ) fENCLOSE STAMP.) Send ter Catalogue and THE T. T. HAYDOCK CARRIAGE CO., T( _ Wnolcfcalc Pnco L,*«. 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