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I I !> K\ I!«Y V l l>\ ISLAY in Jno. W. GARDNER, KunoH am* l*K<>rlUKTt»lt. . _ i OFFICE—PICAYUNE BUILDING v HAST FROM’ STRKKT. Bates for Advertising: ’SPACE. ] 1 Mo I 8 Mo | <> Mo Pi Mo i fmA, "SO *2 00 10 00 H00 o 1^. ;::; 100 ;w 1200 i«oo 8 lnoli!. o oO 101«5S 0 Inch. 8 00 1.00 2.00 28 00 , , 12 00 25 00 t . 00 '.o 00 1 coi..:::::: 2000 r.ooo so w 10000 srnscuiimoN, i-r>o pkr year. ,|„1, Work NmUv executed. Irfxnl i.otiit',- KV (tor line > n.-l> r >' 'l"-i.— •V per 1 ino l» repilalo '"’'erlisors who run »H*m all ill#' tim#'. ; if" All adviM'.isi.i^ prisuM#* lt»#*nti 1\ «»r * on* A<** i|,1.11 eiiinmunieiitioio to THE PICAYUNE. Pregcott, Ark. Kverv mail lias iiis secret sorrows which the world knows nothing about and oftentimes we call a man cold when he is only sail. It is said there is a new industry, making whisky from rags. Well, since whisky make rags, why not make the work reciprocal? W e are strongly opposed to Na tional hanks and the farther funding of the public debt. I’a.v this debt off as fast as possible. W e will not sup port any man opposing this idea. In the language of an exchange: ‘•It may he well enough to repeat that the columns of this paper still yawn for announcements of candi dates for office.” And we would like to begin on State officers. Hon. T. C. McKac from the pub lic lands committee, has reported a verv important bill to tlie House for the relief of purchasers of swamp and overflowed lands, and to indem nify certain States for such lands. The bill went to the committee of the whole. This week we greet our readers in a bran new dress, of copper alloy type. There is not a country weekly in the State that gets out a more neatly printed paper, or mere home print choice miscellaneous 'matter, thaii the Pn ayi'nk. Next week a new volume begins. lJro. K. W. Leigh has retired from the Morrilton Headlight. ha\inn sold it to Mr.Thos. .1 Hicks, recently of the Lonoke Democrat. Bro Hicks is a very successful newspaper man. the last issue shows his master hand. Mr. Leigh goes to Kentucky. We wish both the retiring and in coming editors success. We still stick to our first choice for Governor. Prof. James Mitchell, of the Arkansas Democrat. There is not a man in Arkansas better tit led for the place or who would make a better Governor. \\ hoop him up. brethren of the press, as heretofore, hi case lie won’t run. then we want cither Fletcher or Kagle. Blaine has written from Florence. Italy, to the chairman of the Kebub lican national committee withdraw ing his name for presentation to the Republican convention as a candi date for President. His letter crea tes a sensation, notwithstanding it was announced in private months ago. he would not run again. Oil our first page we publish the ad dress of the Kx. Coin of the Arkan sas Bureau of Immigration. It is an interesting, important document, and should be read by all our read ers. If each of our subscribers in this county would send it off to some j friend, great good would be accoin-j plished. On our fourth page we also’ print strong articles commending I our rich and growing State. hast week\s Ark Dispatch contained a big boog-a-hoo editorial copied from the Chicago Kxpress. about New York St oek Jobber' having telegraph wires running into the Capitol at Washington. On Tucsdat of last week Speaker Carlisle ordered them removed at once. They were put in during his illness. Now. will the Dtspa!eh tell its readers the evil was removed by a Democratic Speaker? We will set'. We heartily concur in the opinion of the Dallas (Tex.) News, that Blaine's letter of declination is sim ply a diplomatic move and strong plea for the first place on the Heptib* Bean ticket, which he seemingly de cline'. His fight against tariff re form and Cleveland's message, are evidences that lie reallv wants aid will not refuse it. if tendered him. - (•mss he think - there'll be a hitch and he will conic ill as a "dark horse. ” Inasmuch ns Hon. -Ino. (1. Fiddl er was two years ago defeated for the nomination for Governor, after gaining same, in the Democratic con vention, it seems hut the part of sim ple justice that he should come in this vear. lie is a noble, patriotic Arkansian. one who stood up for her in the treacherous re-cbnstruc tion period. We would heartily sup port him. if nominated. In a card to the Gazette Hon. Hubert Crockett withdraws from the race for Governor. This leaves a four cornered tight between Hughes, Eagle. Fletcher and Fislibaek. All of these gentlemen are worthy the olliee they seek, and the race promis es to he an exciting one. As be tween these four the !'i< ayi nk can hardly decide, but is of the opinion that it will he dose between Fletcher and Ea<jlc. Either of these will suit us. Till' last issue of file Arkansas Methodist announced that Rev /.. I'. Bennett, of Searcy. had bought out Mrs. A. R. Winlield’s half interest in the paper, and also that he had been selected editor, by the publish ing committee of the Arkansas con ferences, of the M. K. Church South. Bro Bennett comes out in a neat.well prepared salutatory, lie has consid erable experience in the business and is a vigorous, strong writer. Me wish the paper continued prosperity. Me copy an article from the Chi cago Tribune, one of the biggist Re publican papers of the Mcst. on ••The Reform Issue.” It is thorough' in favor of tariff reform, as express ed in President Cleveland’s late mes sage. and proves the only hope for the twenty-nine.ngriciitural states is in reducing the tariff. Other re publican papers. including the tilohc Democrat, are trying to read the Tribune out of the party for thus far endorsing Cleveland, but arc not succeeding, to any alarming extent. Not withstand the fact that Neva da county has more voters (and a larger population) than Ouachita, still the latter is.entitled totwo mem bers in the lower branch of the Leg isalture. while we have only one. This is in accordance with the ap portionment made in 1*74. and will have to continue until 1*1*1. or after another census is taken and correctly ascertained and passed upon in a new apportionate by the Legislature. Let us have a new constitution and have our rights, and make ail such inequalities equal. At Hartman 47 have renounced the use of tobacco and •’>•> at Altus. Kightv-live have done so absolutely and seventeen on probation. If these boys (and they are nearly all voting persons) would live say thirty vears longer, this habit, if they con tinued, it is highly probable, would have cost them not less than a thou sand dollars apiece. And it would also have been a powerful predispos ing cause to disease, so that by re nouncing it they are that much forti fied against sickness. And when we look at this from the standpoint of morals, it becomes a matter of still greater importance.—Altus corres pondent Arkansas Methodist. These boys are taking the right step, in starting out in life. Our youth are not taught sufficiently to slum whisky and tobacco as a viper. Hoys, leave off your bad habits. President Cleveland contemplates visiting Florida at an early day. Hon. T. McRae tuts made* good,faith fill and efficient representative in Congress and we would advise the voters of the third congtvstimml district to let well enough alone. In tin* opinion of the New* it would he a hard matter to trot out a man that could heat Hon. TVm McRae for congress anyway.—H"t Springs News. We republish theabovc with pleas ure for it it is not only true in every particular but expresses our senti ments to a •*T.” There are" many good men in the brd district who would make splendid congressional, timber, blit we are opposed to send ing a man to congress, keeping him there just long enough to lie useful, and then at the beginning of his ca reer of usefulness setting him aside and sending another man who has to learn it all over again.—Washing ton Cress. Hon. T. ('. McRae lias been selec ted by bis colleagues in congress to represent Arkansas on the democrat ic congressional campaign commit tee. Mr. McRae is both capable and energetic, and will do hi> part of the work most effectively. The select ion is a happy one. Arkansas Press. It is stated that lion. I). K. Mar ker. of Drew county will contest Tom McRae's return to congress. Mr. McRae has made an excellent record, and will be a hard one to i down. Fort Smith Klcvalor. One bran new a-drawer New Home sewing machine Jo percent off' regular price at Picayune office. Come nick for this bargain. Malaria, the unseen poi ons in the air. is constantly inhaled into the system and effects every organ of the body . It can be destroyed and removed by the use of Morris’ ( us carine. ' Trip to Little Rock. Thursday we took a jnuut to the “C'itv of Roses" on business. Found plenty of mud. and but little busi ness going on. The paved portion of Markham street is a great improv inent over those streets unpaved. All her streets should tie paved. From Messrs. Mitchell iV Bettis, of the Democrat, we purchased over half a ton of printingpaper and other stock. Called on our esteemed brethren of the daily press, anil was nicelv entertained and treated. They have our thanks for courtesies. Went around among suin' of the business men. Found Mr. T. 1’. Blake in ollice of the large dry goods house of F. I*. Cray, of which lirtn he is a member. This firm is doing a big business. F.dward Craig & Co.. Fast Mar - ham street, the agricultural imple ment dealers and seedsmen, is a first class house, and discount other houses i:i these goods. See their adv. elsewhere. The S. B. Kirby Sewing machine Co., have been re-organized and is stronger and better lived than ever, to offer special inducements to agents, who want to make money selling machines. Smith & Co., tiik music house of Little Rock, are selling more pianos and organs than all the rest put to gether. shipping them out in all di rections every day. Their new adv. will appear in a week or so. Look out for it. . THE INTERNATIONAL TRAMP. Albert the American'Wins the first Honors -Herty Gets Second New York. Fell. 12.—In the great international prcdestrian contest, which began in Madison Square Garden Sunday night, the .ith. elos ed Saturday night at 10 o'clook. At the conclusiiin of the race the score stood: Albert. 021 1-2: Herr ty. 582: Guerrero. 5t!4 : Hart -141i: Golden. 548; Moore. o41 : Strokel. .521!: Noremac. 525; Dillon. 504, Sullivan. 484: Taylor. 458; Tilly, , 420 : Stout. 20”. An estimate of the gate moneys to be received by the men who covered 525 miles and over is as follows: Albert. 84800; Herty. 84000; Guer rero. 81000; Hart. $!M!0; Golden. 8720: Moore. 8480; Strokel 84(10, and Noremac. 8240: total. 811.;><!0. 'The official report shows that Al bert covered 021 miles and 1420 yards in 110 hours, and that he rest ed nineteen hours and twenty-two minutes. There were the usual scenes of jubilating at the close. The highest record before made in the same length of time was 010 miles. So Albert is the world's cham pion walker. Letter From Louisiana. IH.vk l*n wink:—Your familiar face each week brings as much joy as the visit of an old friend. How sad last week the news of the death of Mr. llourland. of Rosston! Ad versity of late years had crossed his pathway, and while faithfully at the post of duty ; yet to me he looked pale and sad. No adverse wind can disturb him now. His family have my sympathy. llow surprised to hear of the death of little Lueieii Shell! For two years I had been a visitor at his good mother's, and found Lueieii to be a ipiiet. obedient and good boy. Oh, how sail, and what an affliction to the family ! We are comfortably domiciled in the preacher’s house, which is fur nished with almost everything in the way of housekeeping. The people are very kind, have only held three services, vet we have revived in cash and donations about 850. Have two towns: one on the Shreveport and Vicksburg K. It., and the other on bayou Mason, which is navigable a part of the year, when boats make regular trips from New Orleans. The land here is rich, producing, the farmers sav. a hale of cotton, and tiftv bushels of corn per acre. Negroes, negroes, negroes, and w his ky. whisky, whisky . As Weems says in the life of (Sen. Francis Marion: "All, brandy, biundy, bane of life. Spring of tumult, Minna* of *tritc. Could 1 but half thy < iir.-e* tell, Tin- wise would wi-li tins* isifo in In'll.’’ ltoth towns are wet and it is “wet hetween the two. There is no pine timber here. I’lcntN of cypress, hickory, nsh.hn' k berrv. sweet gum. oak. dogwood.etc. all hanging with gray moss, from live to ten feet long. (low McKucry was an aspirant for the nomination again, tint was de feated hv (li'ii. Nichols. The Re publicans have nominated M arnioiith. I lu State and parish election conic off in April and as the national fol lows in the fall, we aulieipatt a year of excitement and political >tritc. Cordially. II Aiimstkov.. Floyd. La!. Feb. 10. lxw.s. WASHINGTON TOPICS. — Weekly Budget of News From the National Capital. [From our Special Correspondent.] Washington. Feb. 10. Ishh. One of the latest acts of President Cleveland greatly pleased the Demo crats and wofully displeased the Mugwumps and Republicans. It was bis refusal to approve the newly proposed civil service rule requiring otlieials to (lie their reasons for the removal of subordinate. Tliisjrulings i opens the way to rid the service of hundreds of Republican barnacles j who have fattened at the public crib until age has impaired their useful ness. Another feature of the new rules j that is received with much satisfac tion is the abrogation of the clause requiring applicants for examination to be under forty-live years of age. This will throw open the cla-illed service to thousands who have here . tofore been excluded. On Washington’s birthday. Feb. 22d. the National Democratic Com mittee will meet in this city for the 1 purpose of calling the National Dem ocratic Convention. The represent atives of several cities are actively \ at work to secure the coveted prize ; —among the number New York.Chi cago. St. Louis. Indianapolis and San Francisco. If I were disposed to be prophetic. I would say that the con vention will go to New York, and al so that Representative Scott, of Pennsylvania, who is known as the closest friend of President Cleveland now actively engaged in polities, will lie the successor of Mr. Itanium as Chairman of the National Democrat ic Committee. The House has passed an impor tant bill amending the Internal Rev enue laws. Its effect is to abolish j what art' known as minimum punish | incuts and to give the courts discrc ! lion to impose lines in such cases.— The object of the proposed law is to j discourage frivolous prosecutions.— 1 Many other bills were passed by the House this week, which are scarcely (worthy of special mention, most of them being of a private character. ; Some scandal having been can led by private telegraph wires being j connected w ith the House. Speaker ! Carlisle has ordered an investigation of the matter. It is said these wires were used chiefly for stock jobbing purposes. Senator Platt came forward early in the week with a partisan attack > on the Democracy. Ilis provocation was the President’s mcs-agc. which J he triumphantly characterized as a j free trade document. It is evident (that the Chief Magistrate's able State paper will furnsih the Republi cans with political ammunition fora 'longtime yet. Another light similar to the Oleo margarine controversy is brewing in the senate. It is the bill to prohibit the adulteration of lard with cotton seed oil andjother foreign substance-. It was claimed that only one linn has pure lard on the market. Senator Hiddlcbergcr makes daily attacks on secret sessions and exe cutive business and persists in his efforts to talk about the liritish hx trndition in open session. On Wed nesday he produced a little sensation. As it frequently does, the Chair had declared him out of order. I lie wayward Virginian replied that he had learned that there were two sets of rules in the Senate, one for the [ other Senators and one for himself. The chair usually found means of de claring him out of order. Several Senators .mdeavered to make suggest ions, but Mr. Riddiber ger snubbed them in a ninnnsr that caused much lnughlcr in the galler ies. and the Chair threatened to clear them. Mr. Hiddlcbergcr per sisted. and finally appealed from a decision of the Chair that he was out of order. The Chair did not enter tain the appeal, but -aid the gentle men from Virginia will please take his seat. Mr. Hiddlcbergcr did not comply, but stood still with folded arms. There was an ominous pause and an expectant hush. After a mo ment or two Senator lint 11 • r of S. C. moved considerations of a resolution in which he was interested, and the Chair pul this motion. Then j the recalcitrant Senator, without having taken his seat withdrew from the chamber. C. A. S. Tlir SIandard < til T- i- t is not an incorporated company. It i formed ot nit melons companies incorporated' under state laws. It is hclicw d ll.e formation of this trust is an offence justifvinjr (lie eaneellation of the eliarters of these eotnpanies. and it is proposed to test this issue tit an ear ly day. — Arkansas I’ress. Die sooner this is done the hottci. The mixture now sold hv this eom-1 pane, called kerosene oil. and a high prices, too. is enough to cause a torfeiture of not only its charter, hut damages could justly he assessed against them. Successor to 1 >A 1 ■ i I > A I i i: I < i I I'i V V-on t 10 r AMES ENGINES * BOILERS, EAGLEiCOTTON CIN$ BRENNAN 5s CO.’S SAW MILLS, THE ONLY KTNtTINE B^A.r^QT ^mr: -.V? 5s Cl COTTON RE'SSSiiA SHiNCL- hi A VVHES, St< un Pumps Jet I’uui]^ Stalk ( utlors. Mowow mid Ifoapeis. :m, MJ / :m W. MA1IKIIAM ST. ALLIS BLOCK, . LITTLE KOrR, miK • I T. H A( ’< >X. Ti-.iv< 1 i11 _ M m £D NS. Smith Co., 326 MAIN ST., LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Sole agents for Arkansas, for the celebrated Mason & Hamlin organs and pianos. Also agents for the Ivors & Pond, Krakauer Bros., C. I). Pease and C. A. Smith Co pianos. Also for Chicago Cottage organs and Bviewport Organ Co’s organs In struments sold on easy terms-send 3or catalogue and terms. Wonderful Raator/it'on of Sight Hiu-'.miam. Tkx Mu. A K. II \wkk-: Dcmi- Sir The spetacles 1 , from von fisrlit veal-.-- ago entirely ri -ioiv my sight. until two years sinee. have been aide to rea l the I'nest print without gln-s - \\ It. l.t )C'KKT. M. I). There i- brt. ; it of I * : ' ’ 't about the helpless and innocent child. The light tinv form, and the spin: ■ anis eienee shines o'er its features. There is no u son that the purity, serenitv and brightness or the little face siiotiid lie marred with pains caused I)v disordered stomach, when Morris’ Casca per manent elite. Notice For I'ubli ntion. Notice i- hi - I t a ' it t n ■ • ;■ a’, ing nnmed i»ettler ha- tiled notice 4 his inten tion to make fhml proot in -apport "t hi clr«im to commute to cash eutr\ mid that said proof will ho made before > lerk of Ne vmlii Count', Ark., :tt Pr -e 41. o i 40 Molt. | ss s '1/ (im.tt Stuart N'uk ottilv.il!. 1 l.tiTI. for the s \\" NK'„ s II. I' i os K 21. W Ile nam* • lh ■ folk ' , t •. Iii.-J re-: 1; hmd, viz: \\. I-. In ’. 1 -I - ■ np-'it, Murk (iOl 1 eounty. Ark. >\.h. RAMsKA, Resistor. J.8. Blaekssiiths te T»i-* Ml* " 1 ' ■ r . 1BEPAIS1NC WOOD 4 i.v'iN ;:.:!M;iLi Dj.:E. Horse* a sr;-:<talty. k i si. .. r.ctu-i Facilities. <n- I a '" ' mill !a i*<-i- inatfiiril tlimi ever before. -I. ! 1 11at ill also do gun | smithing. VV e air also manufacturers and ag.-uts for thr coh'hrated Lvon'~ C >i111 limit• ■ Harrow i and Scraper, and will furnish them on de mand. ; I’ sllop II- .\t fo Met ll'-i ll-l eh Heel I, oil U. • - ' work togive sati-faet . n Application for 1 tive to N 11 (.and. St )TH E i* hereby g I, ea ad* iniiiistratior of tin- e-lati "! .I.ei . \\ arc die ceased, will on the •Jtili HAY OF \ IMI I . !sJH, In the l*i a|i|d\ for an order-ell the la I belnt ging to slid c-tat". lo jiaI lie ' t * ■. * < lie: ■ ■ f. Given tinder niv hui.d the — ill dnv o! Jnnnan, b". \V. V . Ti>.\i ki.vd, Adieioisl rat of. A'l'K INS- .N A l oMlull N s. Attorin \ -. Noti'-i- I n l*iil)li»Mtio:i. L.VNliOmt k m Camio n. Akk. 1 • Ian. Hrd, |kHH. i , Notice is iikukuy gin i n that the _ following-named - ttler ha- Hied notice ot his intention to make linal proot in sup port of Ills elai'o, and that ■ <al proof w ill lie made before the County ledge of Nevada countv. An... :.i l’r> ■.t. ■' • e I eh. is, isss, vi.-j I.. .I l). c .s, ii :•! for the SKJ s. h ' 11. s It _I A Ho na his colltill elll . I ' C ■ .('oil, 11 ! ll til I tion of, said land. > l-.t A. a. ,!■ Clclhiud, William d lire. |l, , \\ io: II Hall. william T McLain, all f ...Neva da county, Ark. A . K. ISAaH’EY. Ib gi-tei-. HEADACHE. Nothing re I i»*\'*» tt J! !i<ln ■ j»c i»:i I Collin*.' Cure. I1 ;'‘ >n.s* s tin* ... a* li, pruinoh s admit uf lUe If'’•*»*, a 1 pM* Mi/.-.-j tlic 1 toot', ii'diug you to perfect ln:«»Ui. MALARIAL F$VER. A ' urdow of Collin ’ ; nukkly break up Ih«* woim «• > < « «i .la. u , i>\er. JSoothi i rviiH iy|**> • i o£ MI • omj k tely » -I. If : i j system. .a tl FEVEK • ••M • J once to 1U liiUucucc, and the cure i»jet: sail out. | BILIOUS COLIC. Immediate relief :»:•*! n e«i, ere fortho ! worst cast's of IU imu 1 ’nlk* i.' t-'iaid in the h.-jo uf Collins' Ague <'■ a « 1 rective of all Udiuu.i 1>. ' * it i. :• > tMjiv.l, j DIARXtHCEA. or FI, E’ XL. Flaw 1 n.m 'nea, . *«1 all Suintiu r *. * tuj lai.il ere completely d, -. k* d and t n . i.-v bouts !• CoilitiH' At*n< Ouic . 5 Bold cwryw tier# by adlD-H- n h, i yev/l>»**kr foe t i«Tf oi V CUl:.( • KtESEJTT CFM1UAY AIJfAliA(\ or A<,arc ... COLLINS liROS. DRUG CO., £!. LOUIS, MO NOTICE! NOTICE! , Kirby Si wing Machine Co, ■ ' *■51 • ■ *'t ' and Dealers in all kinds M Hm I Sc wins; Iff t hin I’.ui ; Needles, oil. Thread and 1 mneeted with :m\ and all Sewi.i;, Machines. . r.^NTS in A rkmi ! :is Indian Territory, ’'•'■-i- i •( ,, ,( litiuisinna. Write then fMr |m ■ i d terms. Address N H. !’A SKW INfl MA( IlINKt (I. s it Ktnav. I’ri rodent, -1- \\ i st Markham Street. 1’ I >■ L \ ! T. Little It nek. Arli. ~ .. - - * —•• - •** * • <i ■ >...» ' ' jncavaM The Bust Coin e nd Cotton CtBk Cutler Made. i’KEL WHEELS, ■v 832.50 EDMUND CRA 0 & CO., 3 ids and Farm implements; Little Rock., - • Ark. SKM) I OU ( ATALOOFK. v^r-'C- -• *o* mar*r**fW** :*rxrmmpmrv"'*v***rm— X" use Dr. SALMON’S / HO t CHOLERA SPECIFIC! Y * ' CHICKEN POWDER. SHEEP POWDER. * CATTLE POWDER. CONDITION POWDER. J ( PREVENT N. CURE HOC CHOLERA. J ....__ . , DESTROY A PREVENT HOG LICE AWORM8- jf WEOAN • CURE CATTLE MURRAIN, rt .'AS I EV f(, 4.i f CURE CHICKEN CHOLERA .»• CAPES. ■] \ CURE SHF.EP ROT. TAPE WOE 1. c. / manufactufied ey the VE1 ERiNAlY MEDIC IF E CO. J NASHVILLE, TENN. W . '%.* i uSo’j* >, 1 . • A* I’. ,• , (|.. In- tl. ■ :i %; . ! huul . T..I. N ull-, It. T. l.nm\ Lu.rbun:: WT Kimli. i. It,.K. U . i:i .1! il ( it\; J. \\ . I'lu.rr, (V\ A 1 tnuali^on, Wf himi. Ark. »a.rrrwfr. *-r,-»-I-■ -*• .<*■ • ’—•'»* i 11WC J. uiiiKiNeR^ pa ■■ d* MALARIA mMb k *' eraoicatqr| i'll, t AND LIVER REGULATOR. Our Safe Family Doctor. A Complete Family Medicine. Perfect Substitute for Calomel. A Safe and Reliable Remedy In all cases. Tho Create*?! Remedy of the age for Bilious DissasM* ■ bl.T \ lil.K' t o-rv in*l and th * inont l *r n ni'.ving lr- *o Uio i.j t*Mii, and '•‘‘•h»nn* liror Olid tin kiilnryu It haa a rapid ulUTtt»» uiMin |t»r It " vatt-H it snd It l*i mat -a tho nppftito and idda in O1® “Wf-iTSS i.Mni it cm \h> given wiii*1 rliililrrn or iiilultn <1 any ajr« in nil rimt’iii whrn* tho hyip.ia It turn bocu um*<l with iiiomI wondrrlul rO«r» .Co1'-1**! bilious Colic, tviplarin Povers, Biliou* £•*•*» v.hol?r■( Diarrhoea, tlhouiriatism, Conoral 0®*"’**"' Loss of Appotito, Hoaciacho, A.C. I *r I. i IA11 k OK At})) rend (• i*|m. in t-tampa For foil pftekago :oud 50 els* ®* * ELECB Atr*n MEDICINE CO., LAKE CHARLES, lA. Notice. 1 Yof. 1.. White ! ' Mill I caiH'IM' eradiral'.r, will r. ; , i.. at ! *i i -(| inilil fertller in i) ice i < i \ i a of hi i dejiartme. a< |e ha- \eial im-w-s now on ham! am! new ones ere daily eoinino. even from Texas. He was in that state 'n .?uly ml ,'iiemst and hnti prou .1 then a> .1! as lie has in lids si ion Hi.n he : on, o| the most sneee-sfnl tier! fiadiee tors in the world. Nol ice. () I and alirr I . I>. I 1 rllt1.' \\ ill ll " ill 111' <• •<> 111 " 1111 r I t , ! the mirk T M NKa> |*n i ill. Ark. **• ••• ,|| ' ■: in !»::-> it- r* »»***'!'* ' f.'"' 1 ■ • iii . m. II il l!’ Ill :l 11(1 is :< .life ell" " ] I , (n 11 III lev A ( l,r**t0 |)lH*r'a ,