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Seed Rye at Wilmans Bros. 124d7t. Huffman has fresh oysters in bulk. Huffman makes his own Toe Cream Lamps and lamp fixtures at I. D. Price’s. btf Brick, Swiss and Cream Cheese at Huffman’s. 95dtf. Pocket books, bill books and purses at I. D. Price’s. btf Furnished room for rent. Apply 217 Elm Street. 126 dtf Star Clothing House— the “New Store.” The river has begun to rise, stand ing at 1.8 feet on the guage. Don’t buy your shirt waists before seeing mine. Henry Schott. dl28tf Waterman fountain pens at I. D. Price’s—every pen guaranteed, btf $5.50 men’s suits selling at $2.98 at Otto M. Bowen’s Cash Store. 128 btf Men’s $2 shoes for $1.26 Saturday only at O. M. Bowen’s Cash Store. Star Clothing House— the “New Store.” The newest colors of this fall’s weave in ladies’ shirt waists. Henry Schott. dl28tf Calico Remnants, 3 1=4 cents at Otto M. Bowen’s Cash Store. i28btf Mark Cohn returned Friday morn ing from St. Louis, where he was sick most of the time absent, but managed to buy his fall goods. William G. Rea of Marshall, Mis souri stopped off Friday noon for a day in Newport upon his return home from Louisiana points. Take a look at the display of Walkover shoes in theshowwindow of Wdlff-Goldman Mercantile Company, ranging in price from $2.50 to $5.00. The corner show window of the Wolff-Goldman Mercantile Company contains a beautiflul display of dress goods that should interest shoppers. btf Sigmund Wolff informs us that this is his nineteenth wedding anniversary We hope he may always remain as young in ways and looks and as pros perous as this anniversary finds him. I pay highest prices for mIo }-* n I f n fl/l cl I f O* w. pVUI 4-4 »« V. ^ - L. WILSON. Office at Chas. Meyer’s Store. For nice rigs of any kind and good driving horses, place your call with R. L. Robinson, upper end of Front Street. Charges always reason able. 62dtf J. Riley Mayhan, city recorder of Newport, and Hon. Geo. L. Grant, one of the progressive young attor neys of that enterprising city were in the city Thursday.—Little Rock Dem ocrat. H. E. Bragg on Friday received by express some fine samples of the kind of Early Rose and Triumph potatoes raised near his former home, La Plata, Mo. They are regular in shape and large in size. A freight car on the Batesville local turned over Thursday afternoon, when leaving the yards, caused by a spreading of the rails. No one was hurt and little damage was done. Car Repairer Schlitt expected to place the overturned car on the rails again Fi’iday afternoon. Love Grant has filed with the gov ernor the petition for the commuta tion of the death penalty to imprison ment for life in the case of Wallace Grant, colored, and has an appoint ment with his excellency for Saturday afternoon, when be will present the case of his client, sentenced to be hung September 26. The petition is not signed by the judge or prosecuting attorney under whom the case was tried but by a large number of citizens and lawyers. “The Country Girl” was good, not the company so much, but Miss Tol son, of the Tolson Stock Company, who rendered this simple bit of crama Thursday evening. Newport has seen lots of better shows but far more worse ones. Some of the spe cialties evoked considei-able laughter and pleasure, but the house was small and there was little to encourage the company. The leading male charac ters were not sticks and did fairly well, but such simple little pieces al most barren of wit and humor are I difficult without elaborate stage set tings. We hope the Tolson Stock | Company may come again, as they ; promised, to give both town and troupe a chance t o make a better showing. , I. D. Price for gin books. 113 btf Remember A Merry Chase is com ing. btf. All kinds of blank books at I. D. Price’s. 113 btf Nice California Bartlett pears at Huffman’s. Lady-fingers and macaroons at Huffmans. 95dtf A full line of musical instruments at I. D. Price’s. btf For best lump coal call 21-2 rings. M. K. Upshaw. I. D. Price for fishing tackle and base ball supplies. btf Ice cream by pint and quart at Huffman’s Bakery. 95dtf. Star Clothing House the “New Store.” Nice Devil’s Food and Angel Food cakes at Huffman’s. 95dtf A nicely furnished front room for rent—417 Hazel Street. I. D. Price has a full line of school books and school supplies. btf Day books, ledgers, journals, cash books, etc. at I. D. Prices. btf See those beautiful silk and flannel shirt waists. Henry Schott. 128dtf Clover Blossom creamery butter for sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 124 dtf Canned and bottled goods for lunches and picnics at Huffman’s. Star Clothing House— the “New Store.” Special price on five gallon keg of kraut at Otto M. Bowen’s Cash Store. 128 btf S. R. Phillips went up the branch on the local Friday to meet his wife and baby. For sale cheap—Second-hand cook stove and two heaters. Apply to 517 Hazel Street. Sim Williams of Batesville, was here Thursday on his way to Little Rock for a few days’ visit. It needs no explanation—the big crowds at Chas. Meyers’ Great Bar gain Store tells the tale. 125 btf Miss May Wilson of Batesville left here Friday noon for Hope, where she will teach school this year. F. £M. Hanley, railroad commis sioner, was here Friday morning on his way home to Melbourne. Lost—Gold stick pin, imitation of horse shoe with jet settings. Finder return same to this office for re ward. 129 d6t I. D. Price expects to spend Satur day in Little Rock where he will meet a salesman with a holiday line of goods. Rev. H. E. Gabby went to Bald Knob on the early train Friday morn ing to attend the Baptist Association meeting. Wanted—County and state agents to handle patented instrument. Quick seller. Apply to Dr. B. A. Wash burn, Newport, Ark. 126 blw The opera house manager has se cured the famous Lyman Twins to ap pear here soon in their big musical comedy success A Merry Chase. btf Star Clothing House the “New Store.” We are up to the minute for style in clothing and furnishing goods. Our prices we guarantee lower than j the rest. Chas. Meyers’ Great Bar gain Store. 126 btf Owing to the delay in the departure of the Batesville local, due to an ac cident in the yards, Miss Allie Ruddell did not return home to Batesville until Friday morning. •F. P. Ake, who is an old newspaper man, the founder of the Marianna Index and at present the business manager of the Ironton, (Mo.) Regis ter, left Friday noon for Little Rock. The arrivals at the Baltimore Thursday were W. M. Dawson, wife and son, Sydney; R. L. Carpenter, Paragould; L. Lippmann, Olyphant; Jas. J. Murphy, Mrs. Baschacett, Mrs. Bailey, Batesville; T. A. Pace, Harry C. Rae, Hot Springs. Dr. F. G. Smith and Harmon Younger of the Newport Baptist church, L. C. Gamble, Elders M. Weaver and W. A. Mink of Lewis Chapel and Elder David May of Pleasant Valley church, were among the delegates to the association meet ing at Bald Knob, who took the noon train here Friday. Nobe Connolly, the young man who caused considerable stir in St. Louis and Little Rock police circles by claiming to have located Delegate Kelly, the fugitive St. Louis boodler, was arrested Wednesday on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses by passing worthless checks. He is still in prison. Prof. James M. Porter, formerly of Arkansas College, was here Thursday night on his way to Batesville. He made arrangements while here for a musical entertainment at the opera house next Friday evening to be given by Miss Beulah Casey of Mountain Home, who has been styled the “sweet singer of the Ozarks” and is recognized as one of the best vocalists in the state. The arrivals at the Hazel Thursday were Frank P. Ake, Ironton, Mo.; S. C. Dowell, Walnut Ridge; R. L. Carpenter, Paragould; H. A. Maxwell, W. H. Haynes, E. C. Johnson, Edwin R. Settle and wife, W. C. Key, Dan Daniel, Little Rock; J. A. Boston, Jonesboro; Mrs. C. W. Hurst, Brook field, Mo.; James M. Porter, Herbert D. Price, R. M. Carter, Batesville. SPECIAL WEST BOUND TOURIST EXCURSION RATES Via the Iron Mountain Route—Rate $25 round trip to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo. Dates of sale, July 1 to 13, August 1st to 14, 23, 24 and August 30 to September 10 inclusive, final return limit October 31st. W. M. Gregg, Agt. SUMMER TOURIST RATES. Choctaw Route will sell excursion tickets daily Newport to Mt. Mag azine, Ark., at rate of $7.50 for round trip, good returning Sep. 30,1902. 51btf. W. R. Thompson, Agt. THE TROUBLES OF THE WORLD are tooth troubles very largely. It’s not wise to put up with them when we remedy them so surely, so cheaply and with so little pain. We’ll take care of all your tooth troubles. Modern Equipment. When you come here with your tooth troubles, you have at your service the most perfect modern appliances in charge of skillful operators. Extract ing, Cleaning, Filling, Crown and Bridge Work as well as artificial teeth. We are experts in all branches. Examination i* a c\c\ /‘'I_■__ 1 XJKJUX^L lot C4/11V.I Walnut Streets, Watson’s new building, opposite depot. Three Dentists. Black Bros. Painless Dental Parlors. Phone No. 61 Newport, Ark. DRS. B. A. & W. R. WASHBURN Physicians and Surgeons. Special attention given to disease of Ear, Nose and Throat. Also Dis eases of Women. -:o: Offices: New Watson Building, Rooms 12, 14 and 15. Newport, Arkansas. DR. H. O. WALKER, Physician and Surgeon. Office: Redman’s Drug Store. Newport, - Arkansas. PEARLS. We pay the highest prices for Pearls, Slugs, Points or Baroques. Send your pearls to us, if our offer is not accepted, we will return them at our expense. Try us on a small lot. Wm. Barthman, 174 BROADWAY. CORNER MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK, N. Y. DEALER IN DIAMONDS WATCHES AND JEWELRY. A ©ur New and Up*to* date Stock of fail: morn is now open and ready for your inspection. Some and see the pret* tiest line of goods in the city. Be sure to get our prices before buying. BAILEY BROS. NEWPORT, ARKANSAS jp _ . ———. —-— — —-—<-———— "— HIGH GRADE GOODS of every description J flowpoil Buiiflois’ Supply | ^pamwaie Co. ...PRICES . ALWAYS . REASONABLE... ( gU^U-lTY^rcONSIDERHIlON j —= Capital, $50,000 ===== A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, AND THE AC COUNTS OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS AND INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED.^ Directors:—T. J. Watson, John M. Cook, Ben Adler, S. Wolff, J. O. Taylor, T. J. Craham, G. W. Hurley, W. A. Billingsley, B. B. Bond. Officers:—Sigmund Wolff, President; G. W. Hurley, Vice-President; W. A. Billingsley, Cashier; F. A. Jones, Assistant Cashier. A H. MIZE & CO. ^ Manufacturers of _ 'S' and Dealers in (§/ Fine Photos, Photo Buttons, ICTURE FRAMES. ETC. Pictures'i Copied and Enlarged, any Size or Style. View Work on Short Notice. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Give Us A Call. Studio H4, Walnut St. Next door to Herald Office. Music Instruction MISS CLAIRE E. JOHNSON September 1, and after, will be pleased to meet at her home 217 Elm street, anyone desiring to take music lessons on piano. VERY LATEST METHODS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO FINGERING. SUMMER RATES. Searcy, Ark., rate 82.00 round trip. Ravenden, Ark., rate 82.65 for round trip. These rates in effect to September 30 and return limit Octo ber 31. W. M. Gregg, Agent. -ONCE MORE WE GREET YOU... OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, A A M Saturday, OCt. 4 THE LYMAN TWINS AND THEIR BIG COMPANY IN THE BIG NEW YORK MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS A MERRY CHASE.* A GRAND DISPLAY OF MIRTH AND MUSIC. Funny Comedians, Sweet Singers Clever Dancers. ...A MATCHLESS PRODUCTION... DON’T MISS IT. WAIT FOR THE FAVORITES! Read the ads.