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PfBl.lSIlKI* l'\ I.in H'l.llM>t>AY BY Jno. VV. GARDNER, Eimtoj! asm l’nnriiiKToi:. HAST FROM STREET. " v':*.3 Advertring: SPATE. | 1 Mu I Mo | li .Mo 12 Mu 1 1 noli 2 60 $0 00 | 10 00 II 00 •> Jml. .! . 4 00 7 50 12 00 18 00 3 tin h 5 50 10 00] Hi 00 22 50 f, Inch.: 8 00 16 00 25 00 :I8 00 l | ]■> 00 25 00 15 00 (15 00 I 2000 ,>000 woo 10000 - 8| HSCKin ION, 1.50 l’KR YEAR. .Tul. \\ .rk Nentlv executed. IjOCBl notices 10, per line ciieli insertion - Be per line t-> re(ftd»te advertisers who run them nil the time. jwjT All advertising pat able ment! lv nr quarter! v, uni**-' otherwise nitreed mi. Ad dre. all communication-' In Till'. Pit AYl’NK, Prescott, Ark. The Arkansas Supreme Court has adjourned until September. St. Louis is horrified over a recent tragedy there the murder of Miss Anna Weiss. (ien. tlrant’s widow and children have been paid $!H)0.000 profit on his biography, written while on his death-bed. (ol. .1. I). Hailey recently pur chased a half interest in the Iterry ville Progress. (Had to have him back in the harness. There are over three hundred secret societies in the I'nited States, tin Masons and Odd Fellows head ing the list as to members. Liu- total number of newspapers published in the world at present is estimated at 411,000, of which 17,000 arc published in the l nited States. This shows that our country is lead ing the van in the march of civiliza tion. So far we have had an exceptionally mild summer -the signal service re ports the lowest average temperature in June that has ever been known. The rain-fall, too. has been univer sally large, giving promise of an abundant harvest. The great pugilists, Sullivan and Kilrain, fought with bare knuckles near New Orleans Monday, for the championship diamond belt and $20, 000 stake. The news comes that Sullivan won in seventy-two rounds, knocking Kilrain out. ( apt. Atisley, of the Dispatch, and the F. L. party of Prescott, voted for and elected two negroes to munici pal ollice here last April, in preference to good white men. No wonder negroes are becoming insolent and troublesome the mean, vile ones. Another terrible railroad accident occurred recently on the Norfolk iV Western railroad, near Thuxton, in Virginia, by which seventeen lives were lost and thirty ears wrecked, besides a much larger number who were seriously injured. Washout from the late Hoods was the cause. Senator Has. K. Jones, who is on the Senatorial Committee to look after the welfare of the Indians, with other members of the committee, we see it stated, will soon visit far away Alaska, in fulfilling their duties. This will lie the lirst Senatorial Com mittee to visit that ice-bound region. A tine summer trip at, L’ncle Sam’s expense. Although Prohibition lias recently been defeated by overwhelming ma jorities in Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, yet in the main, the question of national prohibition has been steadily gaining ground, as the fol lowing statistics show : V,;lr. | V'. Vote*. F«»i I'rt'kUnt in 1S7'J 5.ruts •• •• “ •» •• " i.vmi »• “ •• 15I.0TU •• • “ “ lv* ^.l»7,'.*4:i It is a fact that newspaper readers do not slight the advertisements. They have come to realize that the advertisements in a newspaper repre sent the goods which the merchants have for sale, and take pains to famil iarize themselves with what shop keepers have to offer. Moreover the constituency of a paper are very apt to be governed by w hat they read in their own paper. [Kxehaiige. Cotton i' certainly the king of products. According to accepted estimates there will be 8,000,(MM) bales of cotton marketed this year; the value is put at nearly $-|on,<MH).(MH), or live times the value of all the gold and silver produced in the Cnitt- States in one year, and all of this is raised in the Southern States. What a source of wealth if properly utilized. Cotton factories 1 will make the • Sunny South'’ blos som us the rose. j SOLDIERS’ HOME. On the 4th of July, a day forever sacred in the history of our republic, j several hundred of the best citizens of the State met in Little Rock for the purpose of establishing a home for their less fortunai comrades. The meeting was calle i to order by e\-(iovernor II. M. Rector, at 12 m. After the organization was com pleted. a (’ommi.tee of Permanent Organization was appointed, and in due lime this committee reported a constitution and by-laws to the body, which were adopted with great en thusiasm and unanimity. The style of the society is, 4* 1 lit* Ex-(Confederate Association of Ark ansas," ami the officers are. a presi dent, two vice-presidents, a secre tary. treasurer, and seven directors. Col. .John (1. Fletcher, of Little Rock, was elected President of the Association: the other officers also were duly elected, all of whom are citizens of high character. A provision was made for the for mation of auxiliary societies in any part of the State, upon application of live cx-C'onfcderatcs to the Secretary of the State Association ; and it is earnestly desired by the movers and friends of this noble cause that steps in furtherance of this object be taken as speedily as possible, so as to in sure the success of this laudable movement. Over 8<J,0()0 have al ready been raised in and around Little Rock for the establishment of this home for worthy but disabled soldiers; and the appeal that is now being made in such a righteous and patriotic cause, ought to evoke a warm and liberal response from the heart of every true philanthropist. We understand that a Society has already been formed in this county for the promotion of the objects of this Association. Let the citizens of Nevada county rally to its support, and contribute cheerfully to the en dowment of a permanent home for our indigent ex-Confederate soldiers. .1. W. Dollison, of Clay county, ran for Representative last year on the Union-Labor-Wheel ticket. He proclaimed that his Democracy was so pure and Jeffersonian that he could not stay in the Democratic party. It was hinted that he really was not a Democrat, and his deluded followers resented the intimation in dignantly. It now turns out that Mr. Dollison has been endorsed by Powell Clayton for an appointment under President Harrison. Mr. Ds Wheel friends are now wondering how so pure a Jeffersonian Democrat could be endorsed by so black a Re publican as l’owell Clayton. In fact the cat has been let out of the bag. and another political M heeler has turned his true colors to the world.— [Exchange. Hon. ('. M. Norwood, of this county, has time and agian used similar language as to his Democracy, vet he. too, is now backed by Powell Clayton and his committee for an ottlce under Republican rule. The Nev vov Cot sty Pu ayi se became so interested in our ‘'Inter esting Facts” that it copied them, excepting the paragraph pertaining to this county, without giving credit. [Monroe Comity Sun. We used them iu a sandwiched column of patent medicine ads. on our first page. Think they lirst ap peared in the New \ ork World Annual, and so neglected to credit them to the Sun. Flying Traius That’s What They Are. .lust think of it. You leave, say Little Hock, after dinner and by going via the Memphis & Charleston R. U.. and E. T., V. A <L Hy.. you reach Chattanooga following morning at 9:00, Atlanta 8:00 that p. in., Washington next morning at H pi:!, and that afternoon you reach New York at 2 o’clock as sure as shoot- j ing.” This is far ahead of anytime that lias ever been made by any road, j The morning train out of Memphis via the Memphis A Charleston R. R. and K. T.. V. A (J. Ry., carries one of Pullman's lincst sleepers to New York without change via Decatur. Huntsville, Chattanooga. Knoxville, Bristol. Roanoke. Lynchburg. Wash ington. Baltimore and Philadelphia. l'he evening train out of Memphis via the Memphis A Charleston R. R. and E. T., V. A (L Rv.. carries the famous Vestibule sleeper to Wash ington without chaugv over same route. If you arc thinking about taking a trip, write a postal to either of the undersigned stating what informa tion you want, and you will receive a prompt reply. We have the best road in the j South, we want everyone to know it, | and will not attempt to disguise the fact that we feel as proud over our advantages as auv child you ever saw with a new tin whistle. C. A. 1 >i s vi "i i;r. A.t i. P. A. Memphis. Tcnn. C’HAS. N. Kn.irr. ti.W . P A., , Little Rock. Ark. j (I W . .1 v * k so\, 1. P. A., Little Rock. Ark. i The National Singer, Voice of Praise, Work and Worship, Prayer and Praise, and all kinds ofi Song Books for sale at Hugh Moncrief’s. Free and Fair Election. The Constitution of Arkansas de dans that elections shall be free and fair. This means that every quali lied voter shall deposit his ballot without let or hindrance. It means that no coercive measure, physical or otherwise, open or concealed, shall prevent him from voting, or force him to cast the ballot lie would not have cast if left free to act on Ins own judgment. In the I’atton-Coates contest for County Judge in this county several years ago. the contestant. 1 atton, charged that his opponent was de eland elected b\ the illegal methods; that voided the election. The proof went to sustain this charge; and the Supreme Court so held on appeal. The opinion of the court was deliv ered by Mr. Justice Kaken, whose love of justice forbade the bare sus-1 picion of any extraneous influences to produce conclusions. He went to the bottom of the matter, and de clared, as the opinion of the court, that ■ taking the evidence together it cannot be well doubted that there was coercive, systematic and im proper obstruction of votes of the minority, intimidation and fraudu lent inrtodnotion of improper votes.” * * * “We are satisfied from the evidence that there was, on the part of the great body of colored voters, throughout the county a sentiment and a determination, if possible, to enforce it, that it was wrong in any one of their race, to vote the people's ticket, upon which the defendant (1 ’atton) was a candidate.” In1 summoning up. the Court held : When the time comes when no unquali fied voter dure npproneh the polls, nnd when every qualified voter may do »o ‘peaceably, quietly nnd without further question or ob struction than may be necessary to show bis qualifications without fear of or responsibil ity to any other yoter or body of voters, white or black, the object ol the constitution and the highest desire ot every true patriot will be fulfilled. They never will be if this election is allowed to stand as a successful precedent. These questions now come be fore us for the first time, and have afforded no little anxiety. But we have resolved to fact* them thoroughly ami 1 rankly, ami la\ down in limine the principles by which the conduct of elections must no guided. We think his honor, the Circuit Judge, erred in excluding the evidence of conversa tions at Varners; in declaring the law to be that the intimidation, to be fraudulent, must be such as would affect men of ordinary | firmness; in finding that the fraud and in timidation at the polls in the sixth ward were not sufficient to render the result un certain; and on declaring the appellee, Coats, elected. The contest ended favorable to Patton; for the election in the pre cincts designated by the evidence and reviewed by the court, was clearly no fair and free election as guaranteed by the constitution. And if that be true—and no one can sccccssfully dispute the facts or the correctness of the conclusion of the court—what term shall lie ap plied to the county election in Pulaski county in September, A contest is now pending in the t'ir euit Court for possession of the olHce of County Treasurer. It is known as the Joues-Glidewell east1, and all persons who desire to know the meaning of a ’ fair and free ’ elec tion. from a Ifepuhlican standpoint, should read the testimony of George Jackson, printed in to-day’s Gazette. Jackson is a colored man. who had determined to vote the Democratic county ticket. 11“ lived in Kastman township: and his narrative of the outrages practiced, and of violence and ostracism, furnishes revelations that dwarf the deviltry committed by the colored voters to defeat Pat ton to mere pecadillos, by compari son. No fair-minded man will read Jackson's sworn statement without pronouncing the so-called elections held in townships where the colored voters largely dominate not only illegal, but among the grossest out rages ever perpetrated on qualified electors. For Eastman is but one of a number of townships in which the various forms of coercion, of force and intimidation, were em ployed to prevent colored men from voting the Democratic ticket. It is unnecessary to enumerate them in this article. They are brought out clearly in the revelations we print to day. To pronounce an election of this kind free and fair: to declare it a a legal expression of the choice of the voters in the various precincts, is to exalt and ennoble the blackest, most damnable of frauds, and to strike down common justice and common decency.— [Arkansas Ga zette. A New Discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbor* talking about it. You may yourself he one of the uianny who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it. you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonder ful thing about it is, that when once given a trial. Dr. King’s New Dis covery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used it and should be alllieted with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed evervtime, or money refunded. Trial bottle* free at Hugh Moncrief’s drug store. That hacking cough can be so ipiiekly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale hy <Seo. W Terry. W ill you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver complaint ? Shiloh's \ itali/.er is guaranteed to cure you. Tor sale b\ (!eo. W Terry. Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the remcd\ for you. For sale by (ieo. W Tern. Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh’s Catarrh Uemcdv. I’rice ."><i cents. Nasal In jector free. For sale h\ (ieo. W Terry. RELIGIOUS COLUMN. Edited bv • • - CEO. A. GARDNER. THE GENERAL JUDGMENT— ITS RESULTS. And tin*re *tinll h« no mon* death, neither hot i row nor erring, |*»r the former thing* hre fyi'-ed away.”—[I*ev. *^lf»t i’liaji., 4th V«*rw. It is universally conceded, by all I relievers of the Hible. that a certain definite day lias been appointed by fJod, in which He will judge the, world ; that all nations and genera tions will be summoned on that day I before the august and limning bar <>f the indexible Judge, to lie rewarded or punished according to the deeds done in the body. The judicial aspects and results of that day will render it, in some respects, the most ' remarkable epoch in the moral history of the universe; for not only will the , destinies of all men be settled and j fixed, beyond all possibility of change, but the doom of the devil and his angels will also be announced | and executed by the same Almighty power. It is said iu the New Testament, that our Savior “shall reign until He hath put all enemies under His feet,” and “the last enemy that shall be destroyed is death j” and In Revela tions we are told that “death and , hell are east into the lake of lire,” i thereby denoting their final and com plete destruction. The Judgment will witness, therefore, the destruc-. lion of all evil and evil-doers. Sin, ( sorrow, suffering, death—the devil and his angels, and wicked men, will alike be consumed in the (ires of the last great conllagration. A new heaven and new earth, wherein dwell righteousness, will take the place of the old heaven and earth; for the fiat goes forth, immediately after the judgment, “Rehold I create all things new,” and all traces of former things pass away and a universal scene of beauty and grandeur and harmony bursts upon the enraptured vision of saints and angels, as they gather around the great white throne. Thus we see that sin and suffering constitute a mere episode in the moral plans of the great Jehovah, while righteousness and happiness shall shine forth iu ever-increasing splendor during the ceaseless roll of eternal years. We have been so long accustomed to the antithesis of good and evil, of light and darkness, of happiness and sorrow, of heaven and hell, that it is difficult to realize the universal de struction of all evils and enemies, and the enthronement of virtue and happiness in a kingdom which shall never be destroyed. The kingdoms of sin, satan and death, shall pass away; the judgment will be signal ized by their everlasting destruction ; but the kingdom of righteousness, which our Savior came into the world to establish, is an everlasting king dom, and will survive “the wreck of matter and the crash of worlds,” by virtue of the power and immortality of its great Founder. Truth is im mortal; as one of our poets has beau tifully expressed it: Truth, though cruahod to <*arth, ahull ri*c again, The eternal year* of (iod are her*; Hut error, wounded, writhe* in pain, And die* amid*t her wor»)ii|>eri*." St. John, in the closing chapter of Revelations, after an impressive description of the general judgment, says, “There shall be no more curse;” and in the preceding chap ter he announces in the most forcible manner that “there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying, for the former things are passed away.” Let us sum up the grand and glo rious results of the general judgment of the great day, so that we may take in the details of the magnificent pic ture in all their beauty and grandeur. There will be a new heaven and a new earth, which means that the en tire material universe will l»e created anew, in accordance with the Divine command, "behold I make all things new.” It must be remembered that in the account of creation in the book <>f Genesis, it is said. ‘‘In the be ginning God made the heavens and the earth,” which embraces the whole material universe, or every thing that was made; hence, the phrase, new heaven and the new earth must be taken in the same broad, comprehensive sense as includ ing all things celestial as well as ter restial in its colossal sweep. All evil of every kind will be forever blotted out—not only will the devils and wicked men be destroyed, but all their works w ill also lie destroyed ; even death itself and hell shall be cast into the lake of lire, where they will be so perfectly consumed that not a vestige of them shall remain to mar or disfigure the fair and perfect face of the renovated universe, I -• The last enemy that shall be de stroyed is death;” and if death is the last enemy, there can be no other enemy left to war against the supre macy of God, or produce any more i disorder in 11 is perfect kingdom. The curtain of the future is lifted, | after the gram! panoramic display of the judgment, and we look in upon the glories of th>“ celestial and eternal world. We see a new heaven and a new earth, ‘‘for the first heaven and the first earth have passed away. We see the new Jerusalem coming down from (»od out of heaven, with its jasper walls, its pearly gates, its brilliant palaces, its golden streets, and a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of find and of the Land*, and in the midst of the tied ol it and on either aide of the l iver is the Tree of Life, hearing twelve manner of precious fruits. there are no eheruhiins with tlaming swords, to guard its approach, and prevent access toils luscious fruitage. "e see its happy and glorilied inhahi-1 tants, clothed in white robes, with crowns on their heads ami palms in their hands, singing praises unto (iod and the Lamb. I lere is fullness of joy, and pleasures forevermore; i and here is a perfect vindication of (toil's ways to man. Cheatham's Chill Tonic, aside from being the best in Hie world, is an excellent tonic for enfeebled persons, does not osiUfeate, en riches the blood and makes you t<M-l ike a new person. Try it. For sale by .1 O Howell. Croup, whooping cough, and bron chitis immediately relieved by Shi loh’s Cure. For sale by (> 'V Terry. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 2'>ets. For sale by (leo. W Terry. Shiloh’s Cough and Consumption i Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption, (leo. \V Terry. Shiloh’s Vitali/.er is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, diz ziness, and all symptoms of Dyspep sia. Price 10 and 7f> cents per bot tle. For sale by (leo. W Terry. Dr. llenj. Dillard, druggist, at i Aurora. Mo., says: I sell a great quantity of S. S. S. for Scrofula, Eczema. Rheumatism, and other blood troubles, and have never heard of a case of failure to cure. Pimples, blotches and eruptions ou the skin evidence the fact that the blood is in bad shape, and these symptoms show that nature is trying to throw off the impurities, in which effort it should be assisted by a re liable vegetable blood remedy, as is Swift's Specific. Mr. John H. Harrison, of Spring field, 111., says that he had blood trouble for quite a time; his tonsils were swollen, eruptions over his hands and face, followed by paral ysis of the face, which was all reliev ed by Swift’s Specific, and after the lapse of seven years there has been no sign of a return of the disease. Over four years ago Swift's spe cific cured me of a troublesome eruption which covered tin shoulders, back and limbs. 1 his was after I had been treated by six doctors, some of whom said I never would get well. E. M. ill it-KV, Sherman, Texas. Swift’s Specific is entirely a vege table medicine, which has ever cured Rlood Poison, Scrofula. Wood Hu mors and kindred diseases. Send for our hook on Wood and Skin Dis eases, mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., I Jrawer Atlanta, (la Thero is a Time to Dance, According to St. l’aul, and a time t<> prav : a time to work and a time to play. Fortunate is that person w ho floes the right thing at the right time. Success will crown all his efforts, and he will end his days in happiness. Such a person is he who who keeps his system toned up in Summer with l’e-ru-na the matchless Tonic. When the thermometer is standing at 90 degrees in the shade, and you can almost feel your stamina oozing out of you. then is the time to take something that will vitalize your blood, build up your wasting tissues, ami put new energy into your bodv. l'c-ru-ua will do this. It acts like a charm, so prompt and effective is it. It not only gives re newed vitality and vigor. Imt it is a splendid cure for all Fung Troubles. Fevers, Diseases of the Heart and Stomach, Colie and Diarrluea. Kid ney, and all Female Diseases. Now is the time to take. it. (live it a trial. To regulate your bowels, Man-a-lin is superb. For sale by \\ II Terry, druggist. Your House on Fire. Not the house <^f wood, or brick or stone, in which you live, but your bodily tenement may be in terrible danger from smouldering lire which you make no effort to ipieneli. Tin* great danger from impure blond i> that it debilitates the system, and the digestive organs grow weak and inactive. Hood’s Sarsaparilla com bines the best kidney and liver invig orators, with the best alternatives and tonics, all from the vegetable kingdom, carefully and nnderstand inglv prepared in a concentrated form. It purities, vit lili/l'S. Illl' I I'll" riches the blood, and tones up the system, giving the w hole l»nd\ vitality | and effectually guarding it against the attacks of disease. Testimony. This is to cert ify that one year ago last Oct.. I went to Dr. Levy White at his home in I’rescott, Ark., to be placed under his treatment for a cancer on my nose which lias been running for twenty years, and now I am thankful to say that I am well. And while at i’rescott I saw many others that lie was treating, some of the worst cases I ever saw, and 1 have since learned that in every in stance he effected a perfect cure. I have the utmost confidence in his treatment. 1’im.ic Laniku, Linden, Texas. April Nth, INN'.*.—Address Dr. Levy White. Prescott, Ark. It Is Not True!!! It is not true, that (iermeteur is being returned to us, but the empty jugs, are being returned, as we pay 15 eents a piece for them, and re-till them to go out again on their healing mission. The number of empty jugs brought back only proves thatDerm eteur is doing a lively business. It is here to stay and is bound to grow, for all who take it tiring in a good report of it: in fact arc delighted with it, and recommend it to their friends and neighbors. Hinton Dun; Co.. I’rescott, Ark. Distress after eating, heartburn, siek headache and heartburn are cured bv Dr. J. H. McLean’s Liver and Kidney Pellets (little pills). Children who arc troubled with worms may be quickly relieved by giving them Dr. J. IL McLean's Liquid Vermifuge. It kills and ex pels worms. The circulation of the blood quickened and enriched—bears life and energy to every portion of the body; appetite returns; the hour of rest brings with it sound repose. This can be secured by taking Dr. •! II McLean's Sarsaparilla. Do you borrow this paper every week? If so, quit it; come up like a man and subscribe. M e know of manv who do this tiling, far and near, and propose to give their names some day—just for fun. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guarantee}' to give perfect satisfaction, or mone. refunded. Price -•> cts. per box. For sale by Hugh Moncrief. Tn On; Si iim mm.ns:—We ask as a special favor that you refuse to loan your paper to any person you know to he able to pay for it them selves. How despicable to thus dead-beat when all should help sus tain a home enterprise. Reader, arc you one of this class—a borrower; if so, be ashmamed of yourself and quit it. tew Till' Chief Reiiwin ,or the maiYclloin «'ie rntof UikkI'h Sara* partita la found In * faet that (lilt ... aetnally acrompUahes all that l< llalmul fur It. Ill real nn ilt Inn « in .. aa#. fm II.r. Kar».i|«rllla Merit \nf ins • popularity and greater than that i>f any other blood ;n r ii. i It cnrei Kerofula, all Huinnr*. nyspi'i * eti Prepared only by I I. Ilm*.l A Cu.. laiaell. SUe SPECIAL SALE —OF *LADIES fine shoes* Now fioin^ on lit ■J. HANSa WOODSJ PALACE SHOE HOPE, ARKANSAS. » ® We will .sell until fur ther notice our entire line of Ladies’ $3.50 & $3.75 Shoes at $3.00 ; a price never made on this class of work before. Call early or send in your order for these poods before sizes are broken. J. HANSEL WOOD. Iroi #■ Route. 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 li (‘tween St. Louis and the Southwest FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS, And Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Direct connections in St. Louis Un ion Depot with through lines to all points in the ISTortfti <Sz IEa,st 11. C. TOWNSEND, G. 1*. & T’kt. Agt. St. Louis. Mo. GET THE NEWS-# *-GET IT PROMPTLY. 'THIS DAILY REACHING THIS CITY EARLY IN THE MORNING, BRINGS ihe First Telegraph News! The First State News! The First Markets! In 12 Hours Alicail of all Olliers! It is a Live, Widr-Awake Paper and v. ill do you good. Take it, and keep up with the times. 1*0 w rKicid One onth, 75 Ctv Three Monlhi. $2.00. Six Months. $3.75. 12 Months. $7.50. For 50 CentK additional wt send a fine Map o' Arkansas, » 1-3x3 fret, mounted on rollers. MITCHELL & BETTIS. Prop*. little Rock, Arr GODY’S LADY’S - BOOK, FOR 1889. Miulum' >«■«• whni 1 5 cent| will *lo! 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