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^■orr. Akk.. Nov. 20, 1HWI. Entered at the Postoflice, Prescott. Ark., hs Second Class Matter. railroad timk card. St.Louis, Iron Mountain & Soutiir’n SOUTHBOUND FROM PRKSCOTT: 751 Passenger and Mail.:*:4H a. M. 755 Cannon Ball Fa*t Mail.1:17 p. m. 5;5 Passenger and Mail..0:00 p. m. NORTHBOUND FROM PRKSCOTT: 75*2 Passenger and mail. 0:40 a. m. 752 Cannon Ball Fast Mail . 2:24 \. m. 754 Passenger and mail. 0:27 p. m. B. C Jon km. Agent* “A chirp* mining >»*, takin’ note*— An’ faith he’ll i»rint Vin.” l’a.v tlic printer. r, Middling cotton !*Ae. Mr. J. 1*. Cantly. of Hope, was uj» Sunday. The editor made a business trip to Camden, Friday. Mrs. M. C. Cassidy is visiting friends at Camden. (ilad to see Mr. duo. K. l’ortis able to be out again. Misses Me(lough ami Murry, of Kmmet, were in the city Monday. Ladies ••Silver” Gossamers, $1.00, at llrowu and Blakely's. Choice new crop Louisiana molas ses, at Brooks, Blake tY Co’s. Attention is called the half double column ad of Hinton Drug Co. Seed rye, wheat and barley for sale at Brooks, Blake & Co’s. Have your cotton weighed by the disinterested and sworn weigher. Messrs. .1. T. Aaron and Lon Martin, came in from Fexas last week. Miss Alice Baird, of Little Bock, is here, visiting friends—the guest of Mrs. 1’. C. Hamilton. Mr. 11. B. Young and w ife, of Ar kadelphia. have been visiting his brother here, Mr. .1. C. Noting. The rains have interfered with the building of our new bricks, and the new iron bridge over Carouse creek. Foster & Logan Hwd Co are re ceiving a large stock of hardware and furniture. Subscribers who have promised us wood on subscription will please bring it. \Ve need it now. For drugs ami schuol books, al ways go to Geo. At. Ferry’s, the druggist. Foster A Logan Hwd Co have just received a ear load of Moline wagons. Don't buy until you see them. When making your purchases don’t fail to see that $4.00 Hour, at Brooks. Blake A Co's. .lust received, another lot of ladies fancy chiviot suitings, for kA cents per yard, at Brooks, Blake & ( o s. You will be well treated, and drugs and school books sold to you very cheap, at G W Terry’s, the druggist. Madam rumor predicts several marriages in Prescott, in the near future—says one will occur next week. Mr. .1. F. Britt has bought the McHae farm out one mile from town, lie is one of our best farmers and citizens. Kov. T. J. Shelton, who had been eoiuliieting a meeting at the Chris tian church, returned to Little ltock Friday night. “Time and tide waits for no man.” An occasional dose of Cheatham > Chili 1 onie often suvoa you flom a long spell ot sickness "No cure, no pay.” (5eo. W Terry, the druggist, keeps a full supply of school hooks, best line of tobaccos, etc., anil will sell at prices to please you. l)ont delay getting your photos, as Mr. Dome will leave shortly for Texarkana, lie guarantees satisfac tion—does strictly first class work Sells Bros, and S. II. Barrett’s combined shows will tie here on Nov 21. Dont miss seeing the biggest and best show on earth. Call and examine the beautiful goods at Mrs Kirkland’s before you huv. You will save money and im prove your appearance by so doing. B. W. Cross lias a cough syrup sold under a positive guarantee—if it don’t relieve, money will be re funded. Try it. The ladies of the Methodist church give a supper to-night in the Duvall hull — skating rink -for the benelit of the church. (So out. Mrs. Flower, wife of Dr. Flower, of Boston, is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Barker. Mrs. \\ . .1. Binley is also with them. lion. K. K. White left Monday for Kentucky to buy several car loads of good horses and mules, which he will put on sale in this mar ket. M essrs. ,|. B. Copeland and .1. T Bollard, of Wolf Creek, came ii Suuday, enroute to Little Ltock, a delegates to the Masonic (•rand Lodge. Hon. Thos. C. McRae left Mon day for Washington, I). ('., so as to be at his post at the opening of Congress, the first Monday in I)c I cember. Mr. A. I. Cathey moved his family ; to town Thursday—occupies the Os I borne house on Walnut street. Prescott thus secures another valua I ble citizen. Col. Paul Jones, of Texarkana, sustained his high reputation as a first-class orator in a railroad case, trieil before the late session of our Circuit Court. Notice new Christmas adv. of J. II. Kershaw on 4th page. Old Santa l Claus makes the edict that he will make his headquarters there, for toys, candies, fruits, etc. Mr. W. J. Tompkins and wife, of Falcon, were up last week, visiting relatives. Mr. Joseph Oliver is Mrs. T’s father. We acknowledged an appreciated call from Mr. T. Mrs. Chris. Leggett and two children, of Camden, returned home Monday, after visiting Mrs. J. II. Kershaw, who has been quite ill. (ilad to know she is improving. ■ Dr. O. J. Short, Texarkana. Tex as, Specialist, Kye, Far. Nose, | Throat and Lungs. Hospital expe | rience, New York, London and ! Vienna. Ollice over Smith Drug Co. Consultation Free. Th an Ksm vi vo Kxtkiitaismkxt.— The ladies of the M. F. cluucli will give a missionary entertainment at M. F. church, Thursday evening, November 28th. Fverybody in vited. 1 have opened a new furniture store at Hope, opposite Foster’s bank, and respectfully ask my friends to call and examine same. My son, W. II. Mack, who is attending it. will lie pleased to serve you. I sham Mac k. Rev. R. F. Robinson, of Wallace burg. tilled the pulpit at the Metho dist church Sunday night. He was on his way to Little Rock, to attend the annual session of (• raud Lodge of Masons. Saturday was a wintry, disagreea ble dav : rain, sleet and snow, with a cold wind blowing. (Iround being saturated with water and it being hardly cold enough, snow and sleet melted as fast as it fell. The failure of W. (!. Harton A: Co., at Finmet. and Mobley <V Smith, at Wolf Creek, created quite a rip ple in our town, as both firms owed a number of our business men, in sums ranging from S--ri to $J00. The 4th quarterly conference of the M. K. church, south, Prescott station.will be held nextSaturday and Sunday services by Presiding Kldcr. •J. II. Higgin. Preaching Saturday night —everybody invited. Mr. II C. Smith, of Houghton, i left Sunday, for Crockett. Texas, to visit his brother. W e learn that he will marry Mrs. Kli/.a Smith there, to-morrow, and we waft them our congratulations and best wishes. Mrs. K. A. Freemau and daughter, Miss Pearl, of 'Tenn., are stopping a few days at Mrs. Matt White’s—may j make this their home, as Mr. F. is employed as an abstractor for l>r. Powers, over in Little River county. (piite a number from this section attended the (irand Lodge of Ma sons at Little Rock, Monday, among | them. C. C. Hamby, of this place, /.. W. Hailey. Rosston, John llonea, Honeaville. and J. 1*. Stephens, Wal laeehurg. Sorry a previous engagement pre vented our hearing the splendid speech of Mr. C. 11. White, of lex as, at the court house, Monday night, lie is a true-blue Democrat, an intelligent, clever gentleman. We acknowledge several pleasant : calls. Our Kmmet correspondent speaks (of the failure of Messrs \\ . (L Bar i ton <S’: Co. Sorry to liear of this linn's misfortune. Mobley iV Smith, of Wolf Creek were closed by at tachment, we learn, on Tuesday the 12th. Assets about 82,000, liabili ties about 83,500. Sorry to lose our Bodcaw corres pondent. "Stella,” who retires after this week. Stella wrote well—gave all the local news from that neigh borhood. Another correspondent from there. "Maud.” comes in this week, and we are satisfied will (ill satisfactorily Stella’s place. K<,1.1. ok llosoit:—Among our friends who settled their subscrip tions the ]wist week are: W. L. Os teen, I)e Ann; .1. II. Wells, Carouse ; W. .1. Tompkins, Falcon;*!. •!. Me Lure. Dr. .1. S. Thompson, (lien villc; Dr. N. Adams, Win. Peachy and several others, Prescott; S. II. Bethany. Kosston. We return our thanks to each. We the undersigned ministers have agreed upon a union thanksgiving service to be held at the Methodist church. Nov. 2«th, beginning at lu "ill v u. All are cordially invited to attend. W. 1. Thikmvn. U. B. Molt now, (111 VN\ ll.I.K doNI '. j Jmj. H. Cason. Is the place to buy your drugs, medicines, paints, oils, school A. books, cheap and good tobacco, cigars, wines, liquor and alco hoi. Special attention given to orders for drugs and liquor HOPE. ARK. When you come to Hope, call and see me, whether or not you wish to buy eroods. It has been a hard task to find a good correspondent at Rosston, who would write regularh . but in the new one, “Me,” who conies in this week, we think our expectations in all re spects are met, ami our readers will now get all the local news from Ross ton. “Me” is a splendid, terse, writer. Mr. F. <>. II. White, and his son. Mr. ('. II. While, of Fannin county, Texas, have been visiting relatives here. Mr. F. l). II. White, is a brother of ( apt. W. R. White. From here he goes to Iuka, Miss., to wed Mrs. Alice <1. Fee—the marriage will take place tomorrow, the 21st. We congratulate them in advance, and wish them much happiness. Attention is called toadv. of .1. T. Brooks iV. Co., on this page. It will interest you. as they are making some special bargains now. Being live, enterprising merchants, they know how to buy and how to sell, and it is no wonder their reputation and trade continues to grow. Step in and see them, when you arc in need of any kind of goods, and they will save you money. There has been some sickness in town of late, but glad to know all are convalescing. Mr-. •!. R. Harrell and Miss Mary Thomasson are about well, and Mrs. Win. (fee much im proved. Messrs. (F R. I*. Whitten and A. W. M oncrief able to tie out again. Mr. Jno. M. Miltmrn is also inuch better. Rev. .1. R Cason has has liad considerable sickness in his family, but all are recovering. Those who owe us on subscription, arc’ kindly asked to pay up now, while money is plentiful. Some owe lor or 1 years. We need all that is due us. It takes money to run a paper, so don’t forget us. Hart Pace, a negro boy of this place, who was employed as a hand on the local freight, fell between the ears at Texarkana, on Tuesday of last week, and was killed—his body terribly mangled. It is not known how the accident occurred, though we learn he was drinking, lie was about 18 years old—a son of Dick Pace. Cotton S i vtkmknt. To date Nov. 10th. Prescott has shipped l.nJO bales of cotton, which is considera hl\ larger than last season to same date, notwithstanding the season opened later this year. Hope has shipped about 800 bale s less than Prescott to date above. We gain the above information from Mr. 15. C. Jones our clever railroad agent, and Mr. Win. Friganza. operator. Hurrah for Prescott. Mr. T. M. Neal started up the machinery at his mill Friday after noon, and has since been running his grist mill and cotton gin. Has a new 40-horse power boiler and Jo horse engine, and with this im proved and enlarged power, can ea sily run all machinery at once, which he could not do before. W c are glad to sec him on his feet again, and trust he will receive the liberal pat ronage he deserves. I5v invitation of the Cleveland Club. Mr. Clarence II. White, of Texas, made an address at the court house, Monday night, on the politic al topics of the day. 11 is speech is highly complimented by all who heard it. as being not only logical, forcible and instructive, but able and effective, carrying conviction to his hearers. He is well posted in polit ical lore, and possessed with a good voice and excellent delivery. I here was a good crowd out to hear him. Sells Brothers and Barrett’s United Shows. On Thursday. November 21st, this uuequaled combination of truly great shows will spread its clouds of can vas here, and undoubtedly will draw the greatest crowds ever seen in our place. Hither one of these shows heretofore has been sufllcient to ; awaken the greatest enthusiasm, and the two united will be sure to bring old and young for miles around to Lee the united attractions of the two largest traveling exhibitions. Not withstanding the enormous expense 1 the price of admission has not been increased. Those who arc indebted to me will please come forward at once and set tle their accounts, for I am determ ined to leave the county. .1. c I'AUKisii, M. M. ljosston, Ark. Now and complete stock of furni ture at low prices, at isliam Mack's, CORRESPONDENCE. Neighborhood News and General Topics from Our Special Scribes. [Noth.—Correspondents will please write upon hut one side of paper, and make proper name- \ ei \ plain. Communications should reach this office hy Saturday or Monday—Tuesdav morning at latest lie brief*—long articles often have to he cut down, I or left out, il paper is crowded.—| Emmie. Emmet Etchings, Cool rain and mud. Mr. R. G. Andrews, of Houghton, spent a day or two in town last week. Mr. .lack Mathis is laved up from a hurt, received while getting on the ears. Mrs. Hattie Hines, nee Haves, of Texas, came home last week, on a visit. Miss Narsie Gill, of l'rescott, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. II. Me Swain. Miss Maggie McGraw, of Pres cott. was visiting friends here last Sunday. Mrs. M. P. Chambers attended the Women's Missionary Association at Ozan, last week. The school at this place closed last week, on account of the illness of Prof. Wootton, who 1 learn is no better. Freddie Chambers, .Ir., who has been in III., for the past year, came i home last Sunday. Glad to see Freddie back again. Mr. I!. R. Garland lias made tlii year off a quarter of acre of ground, one hundred and thirty four gallons of molasses, from ribbon cane. How many farmers can beat that? Revs. Herne and Montgomery, two voting preachers of Hope, held services here last Sunday and Smi dav night. There seems to lie some thing very attractive to them. Well, of course. W. G. Barton A Co., made an as signment last week, and were closed by attachments. Liabilities live thousand dollars. Assets not known yet. They think that they will pay all they owe. Hope they can. Saw mil ig is claimed a- the cause of it. On last Sunday the remains of Miss Dora Stuckey, daughter of Mr. N. Stuckey, of Hempstead county, were interred in the graveyard at this place. A large concourse of friends followed the remains to their last resting place. She was a sister of Mr. Win. Stuckey, of Hope. 1) \MO< i.i >. ... Eanelturg Leaflets. Too much rain for anything imag inable. Manx of us will be going to see the street parade Thursday. I pre sume. Mr D. F. Garrett will make near 1 .itI gallons of molasses, from a patch ot Louisiana sugar cane, besides sav ing a considerable amount for plant ing. Married at the residence of the, bride’s mother. Mrs. Matilda Corne lius. on the evening of the 1 Itli inst., bv B. W. Stokes. .1, P., Mr. Tlios. M. Richardson and Miss Cornelia 11. Cornelius- ail of this community. Mr. -Lis. M. Wylie and wife, and her sister. .Mis. Mary C. Morgan, formerly residents of this county, now of Bosque county, Texas, con template visiting friends and rela tives here about the middle of Dec. j Rev. Fletcher Hvaus preached his last time at Harmony and New Salem churches, for this conference year, last Sunday. Consoling this being his first year in the iteneracy, he has indeed made a brilliant record. He has done a good work on Carolina circuit this year. As pastor, he has impartially visited and administered to the spiritual wants of all. and has l gained thereby the love and esteem of almost every one with whom he has come in contact, both saint and sinner. As a preacher, he has few peers of his age and experience, and but very few superiors even among men many years his senior. In a ■ word, according to the judgment of the writer, Fletcher is a true, humble and thoroughly consecrated Chris tian gentleman, and should his life | and health lie spared for another de cade. doubtless as a preacher and Christian worker, lie will have few if any equals in the Little Rock con ference. < Joon Li i k. Kosston Reports. Horse trading the rage. Mr. I. II. Mack spent three days in Camden last week. Mrs. I. II. Mack is enjoying a visit to her mother’s in Drew Co. Dr. .1. C. Parrish and wife left last Sundav for Lewisville. The Doctor inteuds moving there in a short time. Mr. •!. L. Ilurst expects his son and daughter, Mr. Mont Ilurst and Mrs. l’aton, of Louisiana, this week. Mr. ,1. 11. Keel seems to be occu pied now, with teaching the public school at this place, lie reports a good attendance, so far. I understand there is a secret so viet vje ailed the • iossip Club,” w Inch meets once a week, in our neighbor hood. Place and night of meeting is kept a secret, and what they do is unknown to ”Mt:.” Itodi-IIW Hells, A little whiff of law at ISodeaw i last Friday. riio cotton crop in this section is very nearly all gathered. Mr. it. 11. White has secured the school at Amity, near Nashville. Arkansas, where hi' will move to this week from this section. •I. C. Parker has a very line yoke of oxen, one of them weighing over fourteen hundred pounds. I.et 11s hear from you if you can beat that. llodcaw will not have any school this winter for want of a antllcient fund. The board had hoped to con tinue the school under the manage ment of It. II. White, but could not do so. Our esteemed friend, Mr. W. P. Hairston, one of Bodeaw’s best citi zens, removed from this vicinity to Waldo last week. Mr. Hairston is another man whom we will sadly miss. In behalf of his many friends. I wish him as many friends in his new home as he leaves. During the fair at Hope, Ark.. Chandler & Butler's company of stock men of t his sect ion. made t hirty seven horse swops. Measure off live miles square, and we claim that on the same area we have more horse swoppers and line judges of horses than any other like section, Bingen. Ark., not excepted. Miss Stella makes her bow to the many readers of the Pa avim.. re turning her thanks to its worthy edi tor for the space she has occupied as his local correspondent from this place since last May. and yields her quill to one whom she deems worthy to write for you. With many kind wishes, 1 am yours respectfully, Srtn.i.A. Rain! Rain! Rain! How it does rain! Mr. Andrew Camp lias moved to liis new home. Wish him success. Sorry to note the departure of Prof. R. IF. White and family—a great loss to our community. Rev. Mr. Kidd preached an excel lent sermon at Bodcaw, Sunday. The singing class at this place has a good lesson led by Prof. \\ . 1 . Settle. Capt. duo. Parker, who attended court, has returned to his many friends. (Had to have him with us again. M u o. Wallarelmrg Whisperings. Mr. I,. I). Beene is raising the ribbon cane, and says it can be made a success in this county. It matured ten joints. Mr. 1*'. d. Roberson’s cotton is making a line crop, about a bale per acre but the boy only weighs about live pounds, basket and all. Sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. d. 1). Hampton and Mr. II. (1. Bar clay. Both will be greatly missed and their families have our spmpa thies. Preparations are being made for conference at Macedonia church, be ginning Friday, November 22nd, 188‘d, by repairing the house and graveyard. Mr. d, W. Scott has become a book agent—gone to Ouachita coun ty to convince the people they need books. Wish him well. Imt are sorry for the people whom lie will talk to. They will either have to buy the book, light or run. K.\t iti>>. SPECIAL NOTICE to our friends and patrons:—Owing to the dissolu tion of the firm of Stainton & MeSwain, which will take place on or about the 1st day of January, 1h:mi, you are earnestly requested to call ami settle your account. All ac counts and notes not paid by the l.’itli of November, will be placed in the hands of our attorneys for collection. This action is caused by the execu tors of the estate of <L \\ . MeSwain, deceased, calling for asettlemcnt. In order to reduce as much as possible our immense stock, all goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices, be tween now and January 1st, 1H!I0. Call and see us. Stmxtox & M< Sw mn. Emmet, Ark. Bargains for AH! ^BIG STOCK LOW PRICES^ S ainton & McSwain, EMMET, ARK. 1889 Fall Announcement! 1889. Having I»«»ui^til a heavy .stock of all kinds of good*, we will keep it more complete than ever, and otter bargains in low prices. WE BUY COTTON, Paving llic highest market price tor it. Do this a. .i convenience to farmer-, saving them of a long trip to Prescott or Hope. In goo*l» wo do not propose to he under sold in any lino. Dry Goods. Groceries, notions, Clothing, Bools, Sloes, Hals, Etc. Wo also keep a supply of pure DIU’US and MKDH'INKS. i V nine and try u.-, wo will please y ou STARTLING BARGAINS! =£"'■' — =rz:— MARVELOUS REDUCTIONS! I'or the Remainder of the Year 1889, - J. T. BROOKS K CO.'S, Corner Brick, Front St. \Ye guarantee the saving of money over all competitor’s sales. Remnants, odds and ends will go at half price ^ to close out. Test our prices by going first to oth or houses and then come to us and we will undersell them. LOOK AT WHAT W" CIV FOR $1.00: 20 yds. i*ood brown domestic. 20 yds. full standard cotton check-. 12 yards best gingham checks. 12 yards wool tilling worsted. 1 pair iim ii's rubber arctics. 1 pair ladies full stock gloves drain shoes in pegged or sewed, Imtton or lace. 20 yards full standard prints. 20 yards gingham eherks 12 yard** full weight drill . S \ards wool lining litidsuv. I ladies rubber gossiiner. Id pounds Louisiana sugar. 5 pounds good coffee. 4] pounds best coffee. DISKS* HOODS DKIVMITMKNT. Plain worsted from He. lo 1 (»c. Henrietta cloth from 20e to $1,00; 34 Brilliantecns from 50c to 75c. to 51 indies wide. Ladies doth from 40c lo 50c. Fancy worsted from I2le to 20 cents. Trieo from 50 cents to 75 ets. Velvet surah and morio trimmings to match. KI.ANNKI.* AND IU.ANKK1S. All wool red blankets from 15 ets. All wool white blankets from 20 ets. to 35 cents. to 35 cents. All wool twilled flannels from 2.5c. Part wool twilled flannels from 121c to 15 cents. to 22.1 cents. Flannel skirting, 25 ets. to 50 i ts. Killer down flannel samples from 40c Fancy colored blankets from 75 c. to 60 cents, to $3.00 per pair. Ked blankets, $3.00 to $5.00 a pr. Plain white wool blankets from $2.00 to $6.00 per pair. i.adik*’ i iiii.diikn’s a\i> mi n’* i ndkiswkau. We have had large sales in this line, and are making some special low prices. Our assortment is full and if will pay you to make examination. i'Lotiiin*•, i i.oaks! i urrniN'ii, i i.ovks! In these two lines wi have had the large*! and most complete stock of any house in South Arkansas. While we have made large sales and our dock is somewhat broken, we yet have a large stock lor Prescott, and from now to January 1st, will give you heavy discounts from our regular marked prices in fad. tlie entire lot of Children's, .Misses’ and Ladies'.Cloaks, Bov’s Youth's and Men’s Suits, Overcoats. Pants, etc., must and will lie sold regardless of cost or value. We buy your cotton, hides, wool, eggs, chickens, butter, and help sustain your home market. Have on hand a full stock Plant’s (lour, meat, meal, new Louisiana sugar anti molasses, salt, bagging and ties, rice, tobacco, coffee, snuff, starch, soda, v'cc. Call anti see ns. J. T. MKOOKS & CO. You can I*o cheerful and happy only when von are well. If you feel “out of sorts,” take Dr. -I. II McLean’s Sarsaparilla. “llackuielack.” a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price i'y and do cts. For sale by (!eo. \V Terry.* Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy—a posi tive cure for catarrh, diptheria and canker-mouth. For sale by Geo. \Y Terry.* That sour-tempered, cross, dys peptic individual, should take Dr. .1. II. McLean’s Sarsaparilla I ll will make him feel as well and hearty as the healthiest of us. lie needs bracing up, vitalizing, that is all. Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts., do cts. and SI. For sale by Geo. W Terry.* Shiloh’s Cure will immediately re lieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by Geo. \Y Terry. * The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of liourbon, lnd., says: “Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure.” For sale by Geo. W Terry.* Those of the gentler sex are the greatest advocates of Casenrinc. It is just what is needed by most wo men. Are you made miserable by indi gestion, constipation. dizziness, loss id appetite, yellow skin? Shiloh’s Yitalizer is a positive cure. For sale by <!eo. \Y Terry.* For dyspepsia and liver complaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh’s Yitalizer. It never fails to cure. For sale by (Jeo. \Y Terry.* If you suffer pricking pains mi moving the eves, or cannot hear bright light, and lind your sight weak and failing, you should prompt ly use l)r. .1. II. Slid,can's Strength ening Kye Salve. 2d cts. a box. A Nasal Injector free with each hottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. I’rice dO cents. For sale by (Jeo. \V Terry.* If your life is made a torture by indigestion and headache, take Cas earine and he cured. Casearine is an excellent remedy for children : mild in action, pleas ant to take. Come one, Come all, and buy goods from the great CASH HOUSE of W, F. Armstrong $ Co. Wo arc Selling’ Goods Cheaper than other Firms can Buy Them. We Lead; Let Those Follow Who Can. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes for fall and winter trade just received. We take pleasure in showing these gooes. It will be to your interest to call on us. «-juuliu lnowii domc-tic. i ots per yard (iood round thread cotton plaid*. »«•. per yd. ' IVints, pretty dre.-n -tyle-. »o. to 7c. per yd. \ 11 wool tilling w or-led, n ! let-, pci yard (iood double width ea-liliiere. 1 > et*. per y il. (iood all wool red uuder-hirt*, 40 cent* each, tiood all wool red drawer*, 40 et*. per pair. < .eiith iii. ii ). handkerchief*, •'* et-. to 7‘» et*. I.adie-' litlkf-.. \'T\ pretty. 1 c to lto\ -tiit- (Vom * ! . * up. Men’- -uit- Irotii up I adit - li«i" . • o nt-. M« n- halt !»«»-%'. * o ut-. Men'- full -toek brojtnn-. 7 »cei»t<. Ladies’ button -line- f 1 on to #4.00. \ll wool nd twilled tiaunell. 1 Ml wool red Manuel, laonit-. Starch. • eeut * P« r 111 Soda. 4 Cls. per lb. Mijiiir. i ortei l obao o and tiarrett's and Is-utal -null. at lowest Mtfure-. f-ijr Mil \V K. AUMSTUONti, tli.le proprietor of the above tirm, is also a full partner in the large WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE, THE CLARK SHOE COMPANY, St. Louis Mo. \\ raiseil in the uiere.iiitile luisine-s, ami tlieivfme mi ler-Uunls liis bushings -buys and > Mills lor cash.