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for gnfants and Children. “Cawtorla is so well a dapted to children that 1 recommend ilau superior to any prescription known tome." IT A. AnciifcR, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cant aria euros Colic, Constipation, S<»ur Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di rection. Without injurious medication. mb Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. \V. B. Waller SROSERS. A "s/ >N We '.will carry a full line of all kinds of heavy groceries, which will be sold to merchants only and at St. Louis prices, freight added. We solicit your patronage. Place of business Prescott, Ark. in the new Waller block J. C. YOUNG & CO. W. R. CR OS SETT, Palace Drug Store. Pure Drugs and Best Patent Medicines. i>KUFiou:nv and toilet mth.ies. Druggist’s Notions, Spectacles and Jcwelry CIGARS AND SMOKERS’ SUPPLIES HOCK, ARKANSAS. The Palm- Car Line of the Seuth---tlu In —now 1ms two through pa—'ug« r trains daily between Memphis and l>inuinghnm, making «• 1 * * > • • awl sum eonneetiotis with t!.«• trains of all euineeting iin Night trai have through -le« ;u. ; ear- h. we«Atlai ta awl M«■ • i. j* 11:- w 11 wit*, ih* (• l»a. lv. It.), the : • it( ; rout.-. • iu ' 1 "t time ami tin* only liw rum lug through e~ be tween those* .itie . I >a\ trim - b < — V.\\ »• ReeHning (-hair t * »r- (s.*at - :■.*.» t< “Mors <•! first-class through lieket.-*) through between Birmingham an t Km ' 1 't \. 1 id - mar > miles the short* -t awl by far the best e-pup |u'(J Pa-'enp'i I. .• 1" I w • points in the Hast ati 1 Sout la a *t ! M* a.oliialnl all point> in ArkansT» 'as and tw \\ e>t and Northwest. Kvervthiu n« w aid flr*t-e!a . Through ta kets \ la this lira- on sale at nl! through ti« ket off! For an\ desired informuti' u • lor large map usd time table ' \ ier. a«hi ' -• ,!. E. LOCKWOOD. II D. ELMS. <L 1* an 1 T. \ ft. Oenl Agt, odh Mail St.. Kansas City. Memphis, Teim. AGENTS WANTED ,, lory ot ArKiiti'i . hv I tv Hemp t. -i.l. ot Little H p • maps, 11 * • r • - l < >' 1111 u' • i I'HVii'i. <ii\ list of State and oounty «• 111 »t- t hrmi^lnmi. its history, lull military amu >, et* . L ineetint; wiih t \i • 1 i try r N"\s i- *'••> opp* *: l 11:it \ ! 1 p: ‘ t'* 1 • « 11» ployiuont. Any i' 1 at t£« •:T 1 i elear $.‘>00 in tin' r vt tv. . month- l.\elu-ivo tbdd jjivtm I' •- >' j>t> ns JiM'l ter ritory, write at on t » n. i). tii*>Mi*so rru. ro.. 1120 Pine Sir t St. Louis, Mo. W. T. HENDRIX, Saw I,..:., -id Crist Mill NEAR ROSSTON. ARK. M\ mill i- 1* • »t* ;l t\\v iii.i« i'll oi l! > ton, on roii'l lea U’.l; !•* !al* n; also on An derson ronil—easy of w • e-s, 1 roads. UKIST MILL v.ill bo run orn Satur day—turn oi.t lo -1 me.,1. I>ri:ilt m** \ i'iir t orn.' Saw Mill and Planer. Have new -aw • -ill a: \ planer ami will run in winter a* «1 * 11 • ''immm mouth', ami supply lun.il -r i r • • order, at reas* oimnle pri ■ (rlN.—Have a first el; ^ii. aml in - • •eli will tcin cotton at u-uultoll—yive t*ood -am ple as hi in. Kespeetfully soil the |.atronn^e of all. \V. T. HEN DUIX. >C*mniGJ G: s ? ViCGj cst '• to: III ‘ ' lii ‘ VA OF KY. UNIVERSITY. |( > l CXINCTON.KY. :irw$s Coilege in the World. ./Id Midul . ,h«* OolN» i H - lift lifl J »« IO.O(i« (•mduHlti Ik .i» t ini ; hy» i 11 Mid, Tjim<-U rll • \ 14<*Ulioil. f Utf *!l * it. *gnflb* Lcalugtou, Kj. V. Lifell IIIIa.eM* i r I or 7 A ILL* (i KAtBCW) «>•<. .1 m Kt KVO'.IS DEBILITY; t*. «•». .W»* »4JI»id>CJ! ‘ • »..r» J. •-<•*« l .••« iKr*^ ^ “‘'■r Nu<»f iiiM.Ml*'; C* 1 f‘ **>• »: j, «ii». * ir ' • » . >1 i - ' .. i. «flu thfju t; r ;t. ' • i'*-» ' n ' |,| • ' »IU •* nl-Miff, uii6 m&uicai. cl/., uwf falo.h. v. We Mean Business Hhodes $ Reed’s Miomotl Hr Seeds Start, Hope, Arlt We never allow goods to remain on our shelves long. I'lii'v must move out. We will sell tor no profit rather than keep goods in the shelves. We have now a full house in every line: Dry Goods, Gro crios. Notions. Boots, Shoes, I hits, Caps, Ltc. Pur stuck is comploto. Our goods must sell, the order is to SKLL, SKLL, SKLL! Don’t liold any ar ticle when a small margin can lie had, and if you oau i get a margin SKLL! SKLL!! SKLL!!! Every article in our house must get a move on it now preltv quick. A few nice buggies anti carriages, and a few of the celebrated •lames A (Iraliam Wagons. They must move out. Hay ing no more now. Come muck and got \otir good* cheap. So., ns for wliat von wait an. 1 it will b* a go kl .lav', work t..r you. fours command. ltltoDKS ii HKK1>. BOUND FOR TEXAS! J. Hansel Wood, of Hope, has decided to move to Texas, and is now selling his entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Fine Neckwear, l.tc.. regardless ot cost. Some vert line tailor-made suits go ing mighty cheap. Hamm A Son's luind-marie shoos - $4 00 /.• •! shoes, - - i 00 He also offers for sale his dwelling, and brick stores. Mail orders given special at teiftion. Address J. Hanski Wood, Hope, Ark. rSTTwo doors not th of old stand. •F. I>. Harris F. M riiomp>on HARRIS & THOMPSON. Woo-2,3; Blacksmith Shop EMMET. ARKANSAS W <• )• •' | ”.-i'to tin fill (;ii)'l« of blAckrmith Ihl; nml woodwork, in workmanlike rtyle, ' on cliort in ti 'o. Terms Reasonable. W ill <!'• nil work at (vttw'mihU* figures*. Impairing unions rn<l hnr*csh<H«iM£ m i . l*;»tninago n^ju'ctfully solicited. ' "?'• < Impin'il»v-M >Jv A: L<>w» \ old t>tanil. A COMPARISON. i’.ef :e tin- close of President llar • i.-oii’s term this country will lie maintaining by taxation nn army of 750,'iOu |tensioners at an expense of In t wet n 8150,000,000 ami 8200,000. 000 a \ear—or three times the total i*iist of ih.* government for all nur |io;-es iii 18(11. tin* tirsi year of Abra ham's Lincoln'a administration. (If this money from 850,000,000 to $80, 000 (allowing the $.‘50,000,000 differ ence for good measure) is a debt owed to veterans who were disabled in the service of their country. The rest is a rubbery—money paid out of the I’leasiiry to secure the votes and political services of a gang of 1’re turians, who in war were cither camp-followers, mercenaries or men who never saw service at all. The list includes deserters, traitors, and the honorably discharged of one of the greatest armies ever raised. Only a few weeks ago the Harrison admin istration ruled that a man who de serted from the Federal service, took the oath of allegiance to the Confed eracy and fought in the Federal army until he was ready to desert a second time, was not on that account barred from support for the rest of ins life at public expense. At the j very outset it ruled that the men who had been drummed out of the service fur infamous conduct were entitled to as much consideration as those who had served four years with distinction and had been mus tered back to citizenship with all the honors of the peace they had won. In this spirit the expense of pensions has been increased to its enormous and still increasing figures. Cow part the expense of pensions for the fiscal year 181)0-1*1 with these figures of other values: Tension expense one j’car.$150,000,000 Total value of exports of steel ~~7 and iron for 1888. 17,963,000 Total value of exports of cotton manufactures for 1888. 13,013,000 Total value of corn exports, Ihkk, 13,315,000 Total value flour exports, 1888, 54,777,000 Total value pork exports, 1888, 4,373.114 Total "value of petroleum and coal oil exports for 1888. 36,308,01X1 Total value tobacco exports,1888, 25,053,000 Total of all dividends paid by American railroads in 1887.... 00,013,158 Total wages paid in ship build ing in tile S. in 1880 .. 13,000,000 Total value of all wages paid in manufacturing in Uliio in 1880 63,000,01X1 Total value of all Alabama farms in 1880... 78,051,000 Total value Maine farm* in 1880 103,357.000 Total value Vermont farms, 1880 109,000,000 Total value of Nebraska farms in 1880. 105,932,000 The list might be extended indef initely, but these will enable any one who wishes to sec what pensions I are costing us to form an approxi mate idea of it. It may surprise some to find that if all the farms of Maine, Vermont, Alabama or Ne braska had been sold at auction in the census year 18.80, it would not have paid the pensions for 1891. It will make the investigation of the subject interesting to group total values in the above list, so as to see how many totals are required to cov er the annual pension expense.—[St. Louis Republic. A Peculiarly Paid Wedding Foe. Three years ago, said a well known San Francisco journalist cler gyman, I was called on to unite a voting couple in marriage. 1 re ceived no fee at the tune, hut the groom, with whom 1 was acquainted, promised me that he would not for get me. 1 saw him several times af terwards, hut lie never recurred to the subject of tho fee, and the mat ter passed from my mind ; but this week I received a ten-dollar hill from him, with this brief hut significant explanation: • • I>kAit Sin:—During the three t ears of my married life the extrava gance and wastefulness of the wife to whom you so kindly united me were such that 1 was kept continu all\ in debt. A month ago I ob tained a divorce from her, and am now aide for the first time to fulfill my promise regarding the wedding foe. With thanks and excuses, 1 re main faithfully yours, Mamina—If you are so naughty, Nellie, no one will love you,” Nellie ••Yes, mamma; 1 know someone who will love me, and the hadder I uni the more he loves me.” Mamma —“Why, Nellie whom do you mean ?” Nellie -“The devil. ” Sick headache is the bane of many lives. This annoying complaint may be cured and prevented In Hu- oc casional use of Dr. J. II MeFcac s Liver and Kidney Pellets (little pills). It' Is too much to have’to scratch for a living nml for relief also, limit's Cure will not help you in the former case, hut will sure cure the itch or it costs you r.otlciig. For sale by Hugh Mom-riel'. Malaria produces weakness general debil ity, biliousness, h'ss ot appetite, indige-tinii and constipation. (i rove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic removes the cause- which produces these trouble*- Try it and vo i will he de light,.,!. .Ml , Is. i'll get tin gi nuti;e. ask f'ortirov, s. For Sal-- wlicdesalc and tail, by Hugh Moucrief. Grand Premium Offers. A Olians: to Cot Cr-:ca Books for a Triuo The Picayune Now has 1200 Sub scribers and Must Have 1200 More. Tin: 1‘lCAYl'NK already tins 1 ‘200 subscribers, and in order to secure 1200 more during the next few months, we have perfected arrange ments with a big New York publish ing house, wherein' we a e enabled to offer, ns premiums to our sub scribers, for a small trille over our regular subscription price, the fol lowing popular and handsome books: A set of the Works of Charles Dickens, complete in 12 large and handsome volumes, with a year’s subscription to the PICAYl’NK, will be given any one paying us 82.25, cash in advance. These books are nsually sold at from 810 to 825 a set. Now is the time to se cure them for almost nothing. This great offer eclipses any ever hereto fore made. Dickens’ works abound in wit, humor, pathos, masterly de lineation of character, vivid descrip tions of places and incidents, thrill iug and skillfully wrought plots. Every preacher’s library has this work; every home should have it. $2.25 will get this work, complete in 12 volumes, and this paper for one year. To any one sending us 82.10 we will give a year’s subscription to the PICAYUNE and the MAMMOTH CYCLOPEDIA, in four large vol umes. This is a great and wonder ful work, containing 2,176 pages and 020 beautiful illustrations. It has been published to meet the wants of the masses for a universal compen dium of knowledge; practical, use ful, scientific and general. It con tains the substance and practical utility of twenty volumes. Remem ber this great work will be given to any one who will subscribe for this paper for one year, and pay 60 ets. extra. Cei?" Old subscribers can secure eit her of above excellent books by paying up to date and amount asked above from new subscribers—82.25 for Dickens, and 82.10 for the Cy clopedia. Samples of these hooks can he seen at this office. It is with pleasure that we an nounce to our many patrons that we have •made arrangements with that wide-awake, illustrated farm maga zine, the Amkrk \n Fakmkk. pub lished at Fort Wayne, Ind., ami read by nearly 200,000 farmers, by which that great publication will he mailed direct. FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will come in and pay up all arrearages on subscription and ono year in ad vance from date, and to any now subscriber who will pay one year in advance. This is a grand opportuni ty to obtain a first-class farm journal free. The Amkkk an Fakwkh is a large 16-page journal, of national circulation, which ranks among the leading agricultural papers, the regular subscription price of which is 81.00 per year. IT COSTS YOU NOTHINO. From any one number, ideas can be obtained that will be worth thrice the subscription price to you or members of your household, ykt ror ok.t it khi.k. Call and see sample copy. A few very pointed reasons why Cheat ham's Chill Tonic will he m "rest •ihw-: It is absolutely free from all deleterious ingrt: diants; us pleas lint t<> the tn-ti* us honey; an ubsoluti and never failing cure for all mala rious complaints. Guaranteed to cure. What more euuld you a»lt? P^r sale by lluoh Moncrief. If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN’S IRON BITTERS DRUNKENNESS-LIQUOR HABIT -In all the World there is bui one Cure, Dr- Haines’ Golden Soecific. It ruu 1h' given in « cup of o*ff**e or t« a without ■ tin knowh-utfi* of the pi r*«n taking It. Hlirting a -)>« «m)v and p« -rmitnrnt our*. whctlu-r the patient i« a moderate drillk* r or an aloohelle wtvek. I hon* uni- of drunkard* hare been « und wtio hurt tak* u tin* tioldt-n Sprriflo m their cotIVe without their knowledge, and to day belii-ro they>jait drinking of tin it- own In • will. T> harmful « fl'ecf result* front its administration. Cure* guuraut*« d. >• ud for clreulur and full particular' kddres*. inrun fidenre, (iul.i'l v Sri » iri< t o . K» ItiU'e Sfrcof, Cincinnati, Olijn. Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. Many I’orsons are broken down ftDtn overwork or household cures. Brown’s Ir(Hi billers Ucbulld',the system. aid* digestion. remove*excessof Luo, and cure* mataria. Cict the genuine. Many people habitually endure a feeling of lassitude, because they think they have to. If they would take Dr. J. 11- McLean's Sarsapa rilla this fooling of weariness would give place to vigor and vitality. When Baby vna sleli, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for CaMorln. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria l’iniples, boll* aud other humors an* liable to appear when the blood gets heated. The best remedy is Dj. .1. II McLean's Sarsaparilla. Children Cry fot Pitcher's Castoria. B t DAILY TW-n 1 Bet with ji, LodiS Slid tiie soutii ivsst FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS. And Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Direct connections in St. Louis l n ion Depot and Memphis with through lines to all points in the UTortla. cSr- Sast II. (’. TOWNSKNl), G. P. & T’kt. Agt. St. Louis. Mo. tiip: new through line -FROM —to Tin;— North and East, -VI A Til K— COTTON BELT ROUTE Pullman Buffet Sleepers. Free Reclining Chair Cars, Elegant Day Coaches. Hrtw.Mii St. I.ouis ;md Vrkan.-as. coniKwiin^ in ( iiion 1>< jM»t tit St. Louis with trains t«» all poiiiMs North and East. No change of car- ' » < 'airo, Mrmj»!ii> or St. I.ouis. The Shurte.*t ltoute via Memphis to all point!* in tin Southeast. Shortest and most direct route to Texas. Free reclining ar chairs to 1 !. Worth, conuratiiift with trains to ail points WKSl AND NORTFIWKST. All the comforts mid convenience* of Mod- | crn Railroad Travel. If you \vinh to !>uv«-time and di“taucr, dotit par j chase a ticket to any point until yon liu\e consult ! ed an agent of the St. Louis Ark. it !• xas l*y. |>. MII J.KIJ, I. W. l.vMK \\ M I (ien. l*as. Agent, \-*'t (jen. I hi* ■ Agt. j Si. L«»ri>, Mo II WIN(,l’Il.r.l>. (ienl. Agt., I’ass. la partment, Texarkana, T< xas. THE WCttL i ^ r*-. ’"W v;> r -ft ~F.3T lias lioerjti:’! for Stylo, I the 1> • c t Am . lit* dec-d v • d. 1 Take t o other, and npia \v»tir. Positively ; • * i v. j io not a > hi f each shoe, j h \ .t .• ir v\.»! ?• d. Sfvlish • t'1 i iui Madel»y J. M. PI ZOLHU He CO.f CHICAGO* For sale hy W . H. White & Co. VtAWKES ^KYSTALgED LENSES Ti -liim■ntulh from tlif lending physician in tlir 1 ’iiitfil Stati c, governors, senators, leg- 1 islntors, stockmen, men of nolo in all pro- j folium and in different branchei* of tntde, banker-, mechanics, ate., can be given, who liavc hail their sight improved bv their use. ALL KVKS FITTKD AND TUB KIT (R’ARANTFKD At th" Drug vt re ,,f 11ujjli Mom rief, l’ris i eott, Ark. The*.- good- are not supplied to peddlers 1 at any price. One Dollar Weekly. Hu vs a good (lold Watch by our Club System. Our 11-karat patent stiffened (.old case- are warranted fur 2<i years. Waltham or Elgin movement n iablc and well known. Stem wind and -et, hunting or open face, holy’s or gent’s si/e. equal to ! any 87.1 Watch. We sell one of | these Watches for cash, and send | to any address by registered mail, or by express C. f>. 1).. with privi lege of examination; also by our club system at $1 per week. Our agent in Durham. N 0, writes: ■‘Our jeweler- Imvc confessed they don’t know how you csui furni-h such work for the money.” One good, reliable agent wanted in each place. W rite f r particulars. KM 1*1 UK W'°TCH CO., IS A .10 Maiden Lane. New York, j Sep In lyr. Mathew Armstrong, ,.f Crofton, Kv.,now iri hi- seventieth vcar. .-ay- lie ha- been troll- i hied with diarrluea every summer a» far hack as I r.-in recollect. lie has in 11i time usd many medicines, but none equal to rhamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarr hea Remedy. This remedy i* prompt in its effects, rail always he depended upon, and j when reduced with water, is plen-ant to! lake. Children do not object to taking itJ For -ale hy.l. O. Howell. Dislt\.(.s after eating, heartburn.! sick headache and indigestion are; cured by Dr. I. II McLean’s l iver | and Kidney Delicts (little pills). FOSTER & LOGIN HOW. CO West M:u.i St., PRESCOTT, ARK. v« £ ft £ - < w- J-M *>«. ~j ! i All kinds Of * » STOVES & TINWARE, MILL and FARM Machinery. WHITEWATER WAGONS. A Fikst-Ci.ass T1NT SHOP run in connection with store, in which all kinds of tin work, repairin'', etc., will he done neatly and cheaply. Furniture! Furniture! Furniture! LA IK! K STOCK, AT LOWEST I’UICKS, in our new furniture ston on the upper floor of our new brick building. We sell hardware and ML niture as low as the lowest. Call and see us, in new two-story brick, Wefc Main street W. B. WALLER. —DEALER IN elm:street, prescott, ark. -o ('lotliing and Shoes a specialty -O Will pay'the highest market price for cotton. Handle Flour, Coro ami car lots, and will give low prices on same for c»-h. Full ."lock of General MerchifUi always on hand, and wi sell as cheap as the cheapest. W. B. VVALLKR J M IJavih. .1 .1 M. I.I'KK. V M luvw Have in stock a complete line of UNDERTAKERS’ (iOODS. including metalic cases. Huy stoves, nails, fur*# ture, sash.and doors in car load lots. A full line of mill fa ilures and mill supplies. Am p,-pared to cut and lit pipfc. Keep machinists’and carpenters, tools. Also a fine lot <A saddles, bridles, collars, breechi m, whips, etc. (il.issw.i##, queens ware, crock jars, and many other things >ve can't in« lion. Call and see us at WALDO, ARKANSAS. JEROME P. DUFFIE DKAl.KIt IN FINE FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Window Suades,[Picture Frames, AND A FI DD IJNK OF UNDERTAKER’S GOODS. lEXope. - - -j^.xls:a,x3.sa.s. iROVE’S it t FI * It is r.r pip ;t tC t’.'C tBltO Ut lomOE kyrup. The smaUect iut i \ \ ill take it ant i" v»*r Lr.ov it it, medicine Chiliir :i cry for it. Never fails to euro. Chills onre brt'V.en * . ill not rotnifL Cent you ouly 2*oIf tl rr.tcof olirbf Chill Tonics No quinine needed. No purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than mill me. It purities tho blood and removes Alt t ;ial poison from the system., it is a ; large as any dollar tonic and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. WAHHAWTEd ro*'*«*.vin.K. M <v. Dp*. I*. *'**• ! r*m* Mii-iriKi «'• I’nri* I ■ m. I’i*■*»»•»''ll*) in. i ir* • ■ t fi-n <■! > "itr <1 r* If* * i 'hill T* :.i * »• i •* *• i !»• I* 1 H*» ■iinuni-r Th' |nn*.i.* »• re .Mielu 't i»n'»■ .*:r ’ Ml.* i' *.im» rliiMnn ]>H 'till If • .1 'Hi • I . I ■' . '■ « i III# ll " . . .f'jN, a. u. J-'O r ‘■’II :<lf Hugh Mouerief, wholesale or retail. .t« ■nil ,n J~ . I1TA XJ. McMITjIjION wn h w t_F &, BRO., Iui|H*rU*rs uni \N ImiIopuIc <1< alrr# in ♦Dry Goods, Notions, Bools and Shoos, Ett.i ■)T. i.oi is, >iK»irius, <iNi:is\\ ri \\.» 4KW oui.k \n < riticru ouei.io Nos. 224 & 226, Main St., tHTUi ROCK,.ARKANSAS. New lurk ollice 08!) liroailwaj.