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PL'RUSHED EVKKY TUI li'DAY BY Jno. W. GARDNER, EdITOH AM) PltOl’KIl TOR. A GOVERNMENT DEFICIT. Secretary of Treasury, Foster, is trying very hard to hide the fact that tlie United States now stands face to face with a deficit—her treasury bankrupt— and unable to meet gov ernmental demands. There is no money in the treasury vaults to pay off pensions or pay off the fifty seven million -U per cent, bonds, which will soon fall due. This con dition has been brought about by Re publican corruption and extrava gance. A billion dollars expended by Harrison’s Congress, lately ad journed! No wonder there is a defi cit. When Harrison’s Republican ad ministration took charge of the gov ernment March 4th, lM8!t, there was a surplus in the treasury of over a hundred million dollars, left by an honest Democratic administration,) but it soon faded away, like mist be fore the morning sun, when the Re publicans came in. Heavy expendi tures. steals and jobs, with the Mc Kinley robber tariff, has done the work. In November last, the people at the polls manifested their disapprov al of the Republican party, in com pletely overthrowing it, and now that Republican misdeeds are made more apparent its complete disorganiza tion is at hand. Democracy and good government, a low tariff and free silver, is now the motto and watch words of the people all over the country. THE SUB-TREASURY SCHEME. The “politieianers” in the Alliance have failed, so far, to get up any considerable following in their im practicable sub - treasury scheme, which would be the worst of class legislation. Capt. U. S. Ilall, president of the State Alliance of Missouri, is out in a lengthy article in oppositon to the sub-treasury bill, in which he addu ces as his reasons for such opposition the following: 1. It is in violation of the constitution of the United States; 2. It is subversive of and directly opposed to the constitution, principles and demands of our own j order; 13. It is unjust and inequi-j table; 4. It is very extravagant; | 5. It would bring financial ruin to , the farmers of our entire country and to all other classes of business; i 0. It will hare and is now having j the effect of drawing the minds of | the farmers and other laborers of the country from the greatest curse of the age—class legislation—and if adopted will commit us to the princi ple which will fasten these curses up on us for all time. Mr. Hall ably argues in support of the positions : above assumed through his lengthy address and presents some facts wor-; thy of note by those who favor tie sub-treasury ideas. HILL AS A DICTATOR. Again Hill, of New York, “bobs up serenely,” and indicates that he must receive the Democratic nomi nation for President next year. A -; given out his plan is to hold to office j of U. S. Senator, but dictate hi nomination for (lovernor of New) York for a third term and if elect ed ilex November, dictate his nomi nation for President; if not elected i (lovernor go on and serve his term a Scnator. Hill thinks his only hope of ever reaching the Presidency is to dictate his nomination next year: says after next year the South and West will unite, and always name the Democratic nominee. So it seems that the fuel ions in New York are s ill divided, some for Hill, others for Cleveland, audit wont do for the Democratic party to risk defeat by taking its Presiden tial candidate from that State. We favor a Western man, and an une quivocal fight for both tariff reform and free silver. WOIILD'S FAIR CONVENTION. At last active steps are being ta ken toward having Arkansas repre sented at the great World’s Fair, in 1893. The State World’s Fair com mitteo met at Little Koek Friday, and, after being addressed by Gov. Ivaglo, adopted the following resolu tions : Whereas, The General A-semblv of the State of Arkansas at its recent Session. !i he- failed to matte an a - propriation to defray the expenses of making a display of the State's re source- at the Columbian Kxposiii n to be held at Chicago in 1893, an 1 Whereas, the general opinion pre vails that the sentiment of the tax payers of the State is in favor of such exhibit; therefore, be it Rewired, That His Excellency, Coy. Jas. I’. Eagle. be an<! is hereby requested to call a State convention, to meet in Little Hock the 3rd W cd nesday in August., to consider what measures should be adopted to insure a proper representation of the State at the Columbian Fair. Rewired, That each county be al lowed three votes in the convention for each Representative in the lower branch of the Legislature to which it is entitled, and that delegates to the same be chosen in the respective counties in such manner as may be deemed best to express the senti ments of each county. Messrs Jno. C. Fletcher, Thomas W. Baird, S. H. Nowlin, Eben W. Kimball and several othors, were ap pointed a comni'ttee to look after the details in regard to arranging for the meeting of the convention Cov. Eagle will call the convention, and we trust Nevada county will have a full representation therein. The following, from the Denison, Texas, Express, shows how easily ne groes are duped: “A number of ne groes who left their homes in Arkan sas and eastern Texas under the im pression that they would have homes provided for them in Oklohoma, passed through the city last Monday evening on their way back. 1 hey were destitute, and in one instance j thirteen people were huddled togeth er in one wagon. They declared that they had been deceived by an agent to whom they had paid 82.50 under a printed obligation that they should have a comfortable house, with land and agricultural imple ments to put in a crop. When they arrived in Oklahoma they were turn ed loose to shift for themselves.” Grand Jury at New Oorleaus has just adjourned, after a six weeks session. It did not indict the Par ish prison storiners, who killed the Italians charged with the murder of Hennessey, but charged wholesale bribery in their trial. At the Republican League conven tion, held at Cincinnati last week, Blaine was lionized and the wearer of “Grandpa’s Ilat’’ was belittled. J. S. Clarkson, a strong Blaine man, was elected President of the League. Republican papers are bragging about cheap sugar, under the Mc Kinley tariff bill, which placed it on the free lfst. Arc not cheap cloth ing, blankets and agricultural imple ments as much to be desired? A strong article elsewhere, on the “Billion Dollar Congress,” from the pen of Maj. Jno. M. Richardson, of Daingerlicld, Texas. He scores some hard hits on the Republican party. Read the article. l’ine Bluff Press-Kaglc : Dr. Tal rnage has cut off his whiskers. It is now in order that the whiskers should be cut off some of his sermons sent out as news. lion. Horace Chilton, Texas' new Senator, is a practical printer and journalist—also a brilliant lawyer, and is only thirty-eight years old. The May-day strikes all over the country did not materialize. Strikes hurt the laboring classes worse than the capitalist. The Little Rock A Memphis rail road is preparing to build an exten sion of its line from Little Rock to Hot Springs. The State Debt Board has not yet made a report as to the Woodruff defalcation. The Southern Baptist Convention convenes at Birmingham tomorrow. Judge W R. Cody of Searcy, dicil on Monday, the 4th. A Bankrupt Treasury. The situation is a most humiliating one, fur the government is fur the moment in the plight of a poor Power which has just been defeated in a bloody war. That the Secreta ry of the Treasury should be receiv ing suggestions from all parts of the country as to the best mode of meet ing the ordinary and foreseen expen. se« of the government in order to avoid a confession of national bank ruptcy is, in fact, one of the most curious incidents of recent history. Bir it is also a most impressive and imposing spectacle. It brings home to the public as nothing else could the danger of “business” con gresses, which do not deliberate. There is no doubt now tnat Heed's House of Representatives was “busi nes,->” body, for no parliamentary body has ever done as much business in the same length of time. In one winter it emptied the richest treasury iu the the world, and compelled the Ki am- M ini«ter of the richest coun tr\ iu the world to borrow for his daily needs, fur borrowing is appa rently what he will have to come to. j What he is considering now is at what late and iu what way he can best borrow. JN. V. Evening Post.! The Billion Dollar Congress.-How to Look at It. FIRST METHOD. According to Hon. Jos. 1). Sayers, M. C. from Texas, the 51st Congress appropriated $1, 038, 447,820.27 for the biennium of ’01 and ’92. It is easy to write down such sums in fig ures and words; but the mind can not comprehend such vast numbers, and the only way to realize them is to resolve into parts, and to consider a part at a time. Let us then de scend, by periods, from the bienni um to one second, and see the appli cation for every unit of time: $1,038,447,826.27, for two years. 519,223,913.13£, “ each year. 43.2G8,650.42 0-10 every mo. 1,422,531.26? for “ day. 50,272.13 3-5 “ “ hour. 987.86 9-10 “ min. 16.46 2-5 “ sec. SECOND METHOD. Congressional Record contained about 24,000 pages of 1,500 words to the page—a total of 36,000,000 words. Dividing the amount of the appropriations $1,038,417,820.27 by the number of printed words, the re sult is $28.85 per word. Pretty cost ly speech! A high price to pay for Joe Cannon’s choice Illinois dialect! How do the people like that? THIHD METHOD. The entire money volume of the country is $1,470,000,000. Mr Har rison’s Congress demands from the people not less than $519,223,913.134 per annum—more than one-third of the money volume—more than one dollar out of every three in the whole land! Won’t that make money scarce and high, and all agricultural products low? Farmers, ponder that! EOritTH METHOD. Our population, according to Mr. Porter’s census, is less than (54,000 000; but putting it at 04,000,000, the direct tax per annum on ever} man, woman and child, from the suckling up, is $8.11. How can we afford to increase and multiply, and replenish the earth, when the gov ernment levies a tax of $8.11 on ev ery babe born in the land! The ba by crop is the most important of all. Shall it be taxed out of existence?— Eight dollars and eleven cents on every baby! Why this is a direct invasion of family privileges! The good women of the North and Kan sas downed the Republicans at the last election because of the McKinley tariff tax on ribbon, feathers and such tilings. They should down ’em again, and keep ’em down, because of the baby tax. What! are babies to be banished from the family?— Never! Danish the Republicans, rather! Why, how in the world are good women to rear brave boys, for the next war, we would like to know, and noble girls for the boys’ wives, under a tax of $8.11 per child per annum? How? Well, we’ll rear Democratic babies, as many as we please, and abolish the tax ! That is what the good women ought to say all over the land. It is to their interest to rear Democrats; for Dem ocrats are in favor of giving women the highest and best of all rights— good Democrats for husbands and lots of vigorous Democratic babies, born with Democratic ballots in their hands. The Democratic women are the hope of the country! The most of our good women are Democrats, heaven be praised ; and the boys of the present crop, even those of Re publican dads, are nearly all Demo crats. 4'he white South is solidh democratic—both sexes. LASTLY. No allowance has been made, so far, for detieieucies—which are bound to occur, especially in regard to pen sions and bounties. Judging from the experience of the past and the rate at which the pension list has been increasing, deficiencies may swell the amount to as much as $1, 200,000,040 or >0,000,000 for every month of the 24 in the biennium—a total nearly equal to our entire money volume! Doesn’t this represent the beauties of Republican party rule?— What is the remedy? Turn the ras cals out!— everyone, from the high est to the lowest!—and install honest men in their place. .John M. Kit'it.vunsox. Daingerlield, Tex., Apr. 27, lHitl. Baby is Sick.—The woeful expression of a Dos Moines teamster's countenance showed Ills deep anxiety was not entirely without i a use, when he inquired of a druggist of the same city what was be-t to give a baby for a cold? It was not neeeissary lor him to say more, his countenance showed that the pet of the family, if not the idol of his life was in distr. -s. ‘Ue give our baby Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy,” was the druggist’s answer. **I don’t like to giiv the huby such strong 'Mcdn-ire,’* jael lla- teamster. " ^ ou knowf dtdm Oli — m, of the Watters-Talbot I’liut ing Co., don’t you?’ inquired the druggist. ‘•Mis laibv, when eighteen months n. mths eld, got bold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and drank the whole ot it. Of course it made the baby vomit very free ly but did not injur* it in the least, and what moiv, it cured the habv’s cold. The l -.ouster already kia-w the value of the Rem edy, liaxing used it himself, and was now sat isfied there v as no danger in giving it oven to a baby.” For sale by J. 0. liowidl. WASHINGTON LETTER. [From our Regular Correspondent-] Washington, May 1, 18U1. Mr. Blaine will, 1 am informed, shortly remove himself from the dan ger of being struck by Presidential, lightning by writing a letter decliu-j ing to allow his name to be consider- j cd in connection with the nomina tion nest year, and announcing his fealty to Mr. Harrison and his desire to see him nominated, but there is another danger that he either lacks j the courage or inclination to remove | himself from, and which may prove : as disastrous to him as the anchors j he once cast to windward by the ad vice of “burn this letter’’ Fisher. — This danger arises from his desire to protect the financial interest of his friend Stephen B. Elkins, who is a leadiug member of the syndicate that now has the government seal ing prililedge in Behring sea. But for this desire all the trouble might have been avoided for the coming season in Alaskan waters, as it is known that the British minister was ready to pledge his government to stop all British vessels from captur ing seals for one year if Mr. Blaine would make the same pledge for American vessels. Last year, before Elkins became interested in the sealing industry, that was what Mr. Blaine was asking for, but now he j doesn’t wish to stop the sealing, be cause his friend hopes this season to ^ take an enormous number. . Secretary Foster appears to beget ting wbat the boys call “rattled” over the condition of the Treasury. To quiet the alarm created by the announcement that he intended to extend the outstanding -H per cent bonds at 2 per cent, instead of re deeming them when they mature September the first, next, he had his Director of the mint, furnish a state ment to the press which made it ap pear that the enormous sum of 8258, j 000,000 was available to pay any i debts or appropriations. This was so absurd that Mr. Foster had him self interviewed in order that tie might say that he did not altogether endorse that statement. He then i proceeds to figure out an available cash surplus of 870,000,000 and to naively inform the country that he also considers the 8100,000,000 in gold, which has always been regard- ! ed as a reserve held against the 8350 000,000, greenbacks in circulation, to be available cash, and that he will not hesitate to use it if it comes to a pinch. Notwithstanding these state ments, the daily balance sheet of the i Treasury for yesterday, shows a sur plus of less than 812,000,000. | The evident Harrison stampede, which has set in among the big lie-1 publicans, is exciting the curiosity ' of political observers. Even Quay. I Clarkson ami Dudley have announc ed their allegiance to “Little Ben ny,” and their determination to see ! him nominated. The only reason that 1 can see for it is that no other man wants the dubious honor of leading the lfepublican forlorn hope, next year. Representative McMillan, of Ten nessee, who is a candidate for Speak er of the House, and several of his friends held a conference this week. Mr. McMillan, has been travelling in I lie Eastern States and the presump tion is, that he has been doing a lit - tie quiet missionary work for him self. He declihes to talk about his prospects further than to say that lie is in the light until the Speaker is elected. “Called Hack” is now applicable to ex-Senator Hlair, who the Chinese Emperor declines to receive as U. S. Minister. Some other diplomatic po sition is to be found for Mr. Hlair, who lias been ordered to report to the Department of State, The joint committee of Senate and House, that has been trying to lo cate the waste of money in the print ing and distribution of public docu ments has adjourned until June, its members have found out enough to make it certain that from l'i to '2~> per cent of the money paid out may easily be saved. The same thing could lie done in every branch of the Government if the attempt was made hi- men unhampered and in earnest. The report of the investigation made into the antecedents of tint It alians lynched at New Orleans by the C. S. District Attorney of that place has been received by the Attorney General and turned over to Mr. Hialne who will decide win her it shall t>e made public. Beware of Ointments for Catanh that Contain Meicury, mercury w ill -*urt*ly destroy the m us. h hm< II and eoiiiDWtcJy deranp the whol* \\-dun wIihi rntiTinjjf ft through Yu' mucoU: *urfa.V'. >tteli ir rkU a should nevrrtf* used « x«• j.» .on \.n rij tiou* |V m reputablti |>hysiciwus, ;•> fhc dumay. tlu-v will <1># st< fen 1uW t<* the^ >od >oti can i>|\ «U>rtir from themy HnH’s CqUrrh Cum-, man it fact tired l>> K. •!. (Iiwiev X to., t <»!«•< i O., con talus no iiHTt’tirv, u intrriiallv, ui« 1 v on tnc bl«>d and ium«‘ou» •oirfutH** t the *> > ,111. Ill »>tiyiii% Hal! • ( atarrli ( tin he Miiv \ ,»u •/* I the l?t'ii!i?n«* 1M' taken internal!., and mad. b, F >um y & to.. Toledo. Ohio. | Proprietor*. $4 Sold bj' diu^i-t*, 7o<*m » A $40 Premium. To introduce Brown’s Fer tilizer and get farmers to im prove the yield of cotton, will pay to farmer using it who makes largest yield of seed cot ton off of one acre, $40 in gold, on the 1st of December next. Yield must be certified to by three reputable citizens. Ibis proposition open to Clark, Pike Hempstead and Nevada coun ties. Cassidy & Milner. From Bad to Worse. The ordinary treatment of conta gious blood poisoning is to drive one poison from the system by introduc ing another. The result, in most ca ses, has been that which usually fol lows a leap from the frying-pan into the fire. To put it mildly, mercurial and other mineral poisonings have disadvantages which are hardly less serious than contagious blood pois on. In either case the system is wrecked ; and yet there is no reason why humanity should continue to suffer. It is the office of S. S. S. to cure contagious blood poisoning. For that disease the medicine is sure ly a specific. And it is also its office to cure mercurial and other mineral poisoning. In short S. S. S. is the great blood purifier. It destroys the germs of the contagious disease, and expels from llie system all forms of mineral poisoning. It restores health and strength to the sufferer. Swift’s Specific is entirely a vege table mediciuc, which has ever cured blood poison, scrofula, blood humors and kindred diseases. Send for our book on blood and skin diseases— mailed free. Swift Sckcific Co.mcanV, Atlanta, Ga. If you want a new suit of clothes it will pay you to go to M. 1*. Watts & Bro., Camden, Ark. They have got them cheaper than ever before of fered. Prof. J. II. Keel, of Ilosston, is canvassing this county, selling a line book, “Life and Labors of Henry W. Grady.” It contains all of Mr. Grady’s fine speeches, and every body should secure a copy of it. M. P. Watts & Pro., Camden, Ark., have a very large stock of shoes, bought at very low prices, and they are selling them low. Go to see them and be convinced. ;T0 THABE By Advertising in the I ica yune, which has over l2dScir culation. Rates reasonable. The following -tatemrit f- in Mr. W. It Denny. a well known dairyman of .New Lexington. Ohio, will 1.f intend to per sons troubled with Rheumatism. lie «ny •‘1 lmve used Chamberlain^ t’uiu Balm fur nearly two year-, four bottle- in nil, and there is nothing I have ever used that gave me ns much relief lor rheumatism. We al wavs keep a bottle of it in the house. f nr sale by J. O. Howell. Don’t fail to give your order to Mr. .1. II. Keel for " Life ami Labors of Henry W. firstly.” All should have it. Popular prices. Mr. Keel will call on you in a short tim ■. Best tobacco, cigars, etc., and confectioneries, canned goods, 1" be found in town, at Warren Willing ham’s—will Bei/.uer's old stand. 1 am agent for llie celebrated Cole Bros, star steel lightning rods, and will rod your resiliences anti barns at lowest figures. I-aai Mooki . Milt-.n, Fla. Tills is to eertify that I have been afHieted with Scrofula, of ISIood Poison, fora num ber ofytnra. The h. ,-t pliyi-’n inns of Mobile and this city said nothing . on I he il.,ni! for me. I also took a large ijuantiiy of-but found no relief in a \ tiling that I took. Mj limbs were a mass of ulcers and when I was sent to a physician in Mobile my entire body was u mass of sores. I bad given up all hope, and as a last resort tried 1*. I‘. 1*. (l’rieklv Ash, Poke Root and 1’ota -inni) ami after using four bottles (small -i/.c) the sore- have entirely disappeared and my general health was never better than at the present time, and people that know me think it a wonder ful pure. Respectfully, kI.i/.a Todd. Fresh bread (baked every day) can be found at Davis (Jathright’s. Be Sure If yon have made up your mind to buy Hood’s Sai n ii ilia tin not !»■ induced to t..i.e any other. A !’>. stou 1 ,dy, whoso examplo is worthy imitation, t " - lcr experience In low: "In one store where I went to buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla liio clerk tried to induce me buy 111'11r own instead of flood’s; bo told me t heir's would last longer; that 1 might take it on ten To Get days’ trial; that if I did not like it I need not pay anything, etc. lint ho could not prevail on me to change. 1 told him 1 had taken Hood's Sarsaparilla, knew what it was, was satisfied with it, and did i> d v, .nt any other, when i I... tn t. ... ■ ti oil’s Sarsaparilla I was feeling real mlsoiabio with dyspej e.i, and so weak that at times 1 eouid liarUIy Hood stand. I looked like a per on i.. i.nsump t* ’ll* 11"' ‘1 s 11: iin : so much good that I woi-i'i r at i • If sometimes, and niyfiioi::!:, I , , ,j, of it.” Jilts. Ki.I.a A. tioti-, til i. :iaeo Street, Bostou. Sarsaparilla * 1; .ix f„» Jrcpar^!only i»y c , I. litK>1) A (\i , Al ^\v. . M.i .n. tOO Oos-33 One Doilar VERY ATTRACTIVE! SNEW SPRING STOCK.i* V*- 1 1 ' m JUST RECEIVED AT J. T. Brooks & Os We have just received a full line of very attractive new spring goods, oi ail kinds, and wish to call attention to some of them: LADIES' DRESS GOODS. 1 lave large assortment of ladies’ dress goods of every vari ety, Nuns-veilings, Albatross, breach Sateens, Zephyr Ging hams, Huntings, Brillianteens, woolen and cotton Challies, light weight Henriettas in spring colors and black, plain and cross-barred Organdies, French Chambrays, etc. White goods of every description—plain, white and India linen lawns, cross-barred muslins in stripes and checks, also in lace stripes and checks. Skirt embroideries, ladies’, misses’ and children’s, in all styles. Have large stock new prints, ginghams, chambrays, lawns, kyber cloth, bleached and brown domestics, cotton checks, etc. Can suit everybody in quality, style and price, in ladies’ dress goods; also in notions, etc. Spring and Summer Clothing. An immense stock of Spring and Summer C lothing just re ceived, in all weights, and every shade of color. Can tit all from the smallest boy to largest man. Prices lower than ever. ! HATS.—Full line of hats for men, boys and misses. Beautiful lots of straw hats for little girls. Straw, cassimere and fur hats for men and boys, in all styles and prices. BOOTS AND SHOES.—Largest stock of shoes in Prescott, and at lowest prices. Shoes for everybody, men, women and children. Low quartered shoes and slippers, for ladies and gentlemen, a specialty. Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Etc. In our grocery department, have everything to eat for man and beast. Buy flour, corn, meat, sugar, syrup, feed stuffs, etc., in car lots, and sell at lowest possible prices. Have just received fine lot of California canned fruits and vegetables, and supply of German millet and cane seed. A/E PAY Highest market price for chickens, eggs, etc. Bring us your furs and hides. J. T. BROOKS & CO. PRESCOTT HARDWARE CO. Headquarters for -JsL Engines, Boilers, $ow Mills, bigs and Presses. Call on them, or write for prices. I’ll .* largest stock of Wagons, Plows ami (General Hardware, in Southwest Arkan sas.' JXO. M PITTMAN, Sec. Have an Eye to Your Eyes. How few tliink of the value of good eyes, till they begin to fail ? i How many have failing eyes and don’t know it, or if they know it, are ashamed to make it known? Of those who wear spectacles, how few have them to lit, or suit their eyes? And how few know that an imperfect lit injures the eye? We have for several years made a specialty of the eye, its study and treatment, and for twelve months have made a specialty of testing and fitting tine glasses by the aid of the Johnston Dioptric Eye Meters. We guaran tee a lit, and perfect satisfaction, and when this is done, with good pebbles, the eve not only cease* to fail, or as | is said, “go from you,” tint the ■ight generally improves. To all who wish to know if their glasses lit their eyes, and to those who have never worn glasses, and want to know whether they need or would be benefited by the use of glasses, we offer a free examination. Specta cles of all kinds furnished at reason able rates. Respectfully, R. E. Hinton,'M. I). Prescott, Vrh M. 1’, Watt', A Hro., of Hamden, Ark.. have Just received n full nod peciall.v invite their Nevada county friemlsto cull ami examine Ihcir goods and prices before buying. t he money stringency is partially over and Atkinson, Tompkins & tirecson are prepared to mnkc loans on improved real estate, to the ex tent of one-fourth the value, where security offered is \yorth not less than S 1,(1110. Election Proclamation. In pnrsuttr.ee el 11 pror'ainntion ir.snt d In the toiverner mid dim toil r, me, un election will hr. held in the townships „f Missouri and !' linnet, in Nevada r,,ui tv, State of \r lotns ... oil I tie l h dav of Mai , IH'.U, hi the regulitl judge., of elections, tor the purpose of electing ony jnstii.. tic peace In each township In ii;: thr vncuiioif's imis (.1 tv tin* re- .nation of |i. | . An:.,|: tn , .1 r.t j„ \|p. "n 1 '""'hip ami .1. I,. dc(...ne|i, in Kin ne 1 township. The regular judges of cha :mii will ink. due notice a n! hold aid eh. well selected stock of goods, and cs lion as renniri d In hoc. "iv hand tliia the y|..| dav ef I'd) HOOD, Sheri th We Want You to Know That 1 »r. Mendenhall’s Ague Cure is the host remedy extant for the cure of chills and fever. It is (purely vegetable; pleasant to take) will tune up th system, restore lost appetite, and does not rack the nor\es lik • quinine. Warranted to tfivv satisfaction or money re funded. f ifty ets. a hottle, equal to any dollar medicine. Sold by Hin ton I irtifjr (’(>. JOHN' II. ARNOLD, LAWYER, 1: K ii Eutah1 Agent, * Mht-r at ('«mrt llouie.) J'KKSCOTT, - - auk. POW S.<\1 I: IN PNI -sCOTT i I’ritcbar.l Ito-idcnoe mid •'> acres on Kiwi Main street, A four mom red,lenoa and two loU north "t tlio public school house. 11 unimproved lot* in Kind Scott’s and Warren’- additions to Prescott. $10.00 down and Imliincc in monthly installments. Tl Clark plan , newly repaired und pul in good conditionj 120 by 410 feet; ftlSO h acres norlli of the I'rojcott Lumber Co.'l |>1H11in_■ mill, mid on tonic, to suit purchaser, IN COl mi NY; •h.lin Martin farm, 200 acres with good le • and barn, and lilO acres open land f»f sale very (dietlt Tl.e Hen Stanley farm, 200 acres, two good In a-, and 110 ... • s in a Ini'll state of culti vation. I I It" i Campbell farm, 240 acros. -t very linn farm—-well improved. 'l l., (am us Midi's lands; tiOOO acres for -a!" in ipiaiv,* or half quarlor sections, one mile from Prescott; 210 only four-fifths of » mile li.iin tliu depot at Prescott—thM I’lU'bard tract and joining on tin- south 4 ;!20aei i". known a the Smith tract, si) i line bill and creek bottomland, fir Kmmct. pall of the Mi lloilgald land. I l.. N..i ,. orthy place, 2|(| acres, ono lljil? north of Kin in at, II V. Mill-in farm place, 2In acres, i.ei r (llcnville - very cheap. 0 a i".- i..-nr Hrower’s new mill. JiiOa.t,. .t llliifi’ ( itv, 80 aei-es in cultir*" li"i a g oil well on the place. inn r.-, cine mile- northwest of tow'll * 1 li.! ible ■■ tidy laud. 02 a. i two mile southeast of town, with i go. d three room residence and Hurt) icres in cultivation. r .*IN jd"*l . ’ r art - 4 .. v it’s* ) Ollt (Mill. raslSldj-^: . . ■ • • . ■ . V. ulut-all tit