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THE IUKA REPORTER.
hkd Evk.ry Thursday by Cft-AftKERS. Editor and Prop’t M. D. Miller’s Store. --J..;-A...-' . LJS d as Second Class matter at the laka Post Office, May llth, 1888. j dnu on legal ana all other ad alter they appear in first 1s paper. On all legal advertise* where proof is required, the money he paid when proof is delivered, and Marriage noti'es of not ten Hues, published free of rge. Obituaries and tributes of res t charged for at regular advertising AH communications intended to sub • private ends, or interests of cor »rations, societies or individuals must i paid for, I ———m MCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS ’ - —■ 1 - .. Farmers are preparing their ground f i t oats and from what we oan leart »wdl seed down a good deal of gtound this spring. Clover"and grass^seed at J. B. Mo< Kinney’s. 46 3t Mr*. J. C. Payne gaye the young #olks of Inkaj|,a ball on Monday night ia honor of heg, neice, Miss j Euli Payne. Don’t fail te trv'tbe new Jliish pota. to is at J. B. McKinney’s. It ha* beei tested, and cannotjbe beat. 46-3t Mr.j^Sam. Bell,^formerly | of thii place,i.whoi’isj nowaday'?operator ai Tn*cumbia, was here Sunday. Comi again, Sam. Just received at Vf. C. Hnbbard & Cob a large supply of the purest and freshesi d 'ugSjfwhichtwill bej,dispensed and sold neap for.spot cash. Try us and see toi 7 'nrself. r2t2 a negro trade hand, who works on tbi M. & C. R. R. was cuived up Iasi Wjdnesday*night Syjanother negro at a uauce just east of town. J. B. McKinney is now in receipt ot his usual big stock of Oats, Irish Pota. toes and'Garden ;Seed* for the spring trade. Call and see bis stock. 46 3t Mrs.'Mary Heffington died^atiher son in-law’s, Mr. Albert Gipson, on Sarur dayjnight, the 2nth of January, 1890, of pneumonia. We carry in stock a full line of Sta tionery, perfumery .tooth and hair brush es, combs, etc. Also the finest toile’ soaps. W. O. Hubbard & Co. 2i Now that farmers have disposed ol their cotton, the fleecy staple is rapidly advancing in price. One day lust week it jumped several points higher, and the speculators are reaping the pri fits that the horny handed sons of toil should have had. All calls for Dr. Carmacic left at W. C. Hubbard A Co’s, drag store will re ceive prompt attention. All prescrip tion* filled witn caieday or night. tl Mi. Banister, who lives two miles •onth of town, lost twenty five sheep one day last week in about an hour. Dogs got into the flock and would no doubt have killed the entire lot if they had not been discovered and driven off. Mr. Banister.was improving his flock and grading them up. Prescriptions will be filled at W. C. Hubbard & Co.’s drug store, either day or night Don’t forget this. THEY SAY That tight boots will bring the corn. That Inka is a good,}matrimonial market. That Sam Shockley is ibe dude gni - tar pioker. That the society of woman is the ele ment of good manners. That daring the cold wave the farm ers butchered their hogs. That Prof. Dean has La Grlnoe. In. fluenza, Epizootic and a bad cold. That a friend hip that makes the least seise is very olten the most useful. That the la grippe has been shaking op Dr. Carmack the past two weeks. That what sculpture is to a block Of marble, education is to a human school. That I envy no man who knows more than myself, but pity them that know lees. That when jthe arm ;of protection is thrown around >,n 18 inch corset, look ont for smacks. That Dr. Baird’s ships are launohed and sail with the winds and attract a good deal of attention. That the Building and Loan Associa tions promire more aDd do less than any thing that ever struck Iuka. That Fletcher is happy over recent events that have transpired in his favor. Iff ever mind, Fletoher, we won’t tell 1 That one of our “young society men” when out calling wears two watanes> aad yet never knows when it is time to go. That the German word “pflngsten” ooaes from the old Greek “ peuteoost ’, Tea, and dyspepsia come* from saner- , kraut._ LAD IKS Heeding a tonic, or children that want building u;», should take BROWN'S IKON IIITTKRS. It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indiges tion, and uniousueb*. All dealers keep it. % That W. C. Hubbard has too many strings to his bean. So we heard one of the fair sex remark—and we suppose she knows. That our merchants are raising a racket by lowering of prices in goods. Yes, but they are not able to advertise —hence, this item. I .'That the benefit entertainment given 1 at the I. N. I. last Friday night by the ! young gentlemen and ladies oi Iuka, was a'perfect sucoeas. That ,T. W. Moore has a fine bass voice, is a good harpist, a fine dancer —and oh, what a masher ! Never mind, Tom, we won’t squeal. That thejroung ladies of 1. N. I can hitch a horse rightj'and foremost to a buggy. And the yeung men can make biscuit and pin soda in. | That with the new year, each of our citizens should strive to see who could be the most successful in formulating plans for the upbuilding of Iuka. That new students are entering the I N. I,—Mr. Parky, La Grange, Tenn.; Miss Kate Jarrett, Cayoe,Miss. ; Misg Perry, Burnt Mills, Miss.; Prof. Cain, Cripple Deer, Miss., being the latest. Large stock of Drugs and Sun dries. Prices guaranteed against all retail drug stores at Watson & Co.’s. Jan. 80. I - t - Good Times. The generally prosperous times pre vailing throughout the country make it a particularly auspicious season for the jssning of that great work ,the “Memor ial Volumeof Hon. Jefferson Davis; or, The World’s Tribute to His Memory’’ by Dr. J. Wra. Jones (the fighting chaplain), which will be published by B. F Johnson & Co., Richmond, Va. I'he parties interested are especially fortunate in having such a favorable opportunity to place this book on the market, and if yon want to make a few hundred or a tew thousand dollars very rapidly, this book will afford you the means for doing so. Apply to the pub lishers at once. For select lot of Tablets Watson & Co.’s Drug Store can’t be beat. Jan 30. Prof. W. C. Kitehin, Ph. D., of Cambridge, has written a picturesque and vivid historical novel entitled “The Fa.l of the Christians,” which is run* ning in the New York Ledger. The re ligions and the historical elements are dominant in the work, and in narrating the overthrow of Christianity in Japan in the 17th century, the author ha» en tered a fresh field in English literature. “The Fall of the Christians” is written by a scholar who has made a specially of Japanese History, and is based on manuscripts which were discovered by the author, while he was occupying a distinguished scholastic position in Ja. pan. In the opening chapters of this story the terrible struggle between the Christians and their implacable foes, the Japanese pagans, in the distant, and unfamiliar day, when England, Holl aud and Portugal competed for supre macy in commetce with Japan, is de scribed with clearness, power, and pic turesque skill. In faot, the author has made the most of a fresh theme and a fresh setting. CLUB^IATES. We will club the National Economist the New Farmer and the Reporter one year, for $2.70. Economist and Reporter, $1.70. New Farmer and Reporter, $1.70 The National Economist,published at Washington, D. C., is the national organ of the Alliance, and the New Farmer, published at Winona, Miss., is the State organ of the kllianee. The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testi fies: “i can recommend Electric Bitters as the yery best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of rheumatism nf 10 years-standing.” Abraham Hare, drug gist, Bellville, Ohio, affirms: “The bast sell ing medicine fever bandied in mv 20 years’ experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric uw cure an fuiseases or tne ilver, knl uevsor blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at It, H. YVutaon & Co.’s drug store. A Woman’s Discovery. “Another wonderful discovery hag been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood Its severest te«ts. but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed ^Imminent. For three month* she coughed incessantly and could not s eep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. Kiug’s New Discovery lor consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz .» Thus write W. C. Hamrick & Co., of Shelby. N. C. fiet « t™. store1,011)6 8t ",*laon * Co.’s drug It’s a Mighty Cold Day In January whan Pe-rn-na falls to keen warm. When the blustering blasts of whfi«r body In their*cy "embrace,'and seem to freeze sour very marrow* when you shiver and shake wiihgthe cold chills that creep over you and pierce you to the very bone; t en It ie,i that you will find if you try It, that there la nothing so comfort ably warming and go mildly invigorating,, tbu game Pe-ru-na. Seadiug a genial glow through your chilled system, it will f tart your blood a-courslng through your veins put new life’and viro*r into ySor»“ d mnkn you le*» altogether like a new man. The effect of Pe-ru-na in this respect is wonder ini, and Ie manlfei’ed by no other medicine. ' Ae a Stomach Medicine and Tonic it has no squal, and needs only to be tried to prove its efficiency, For recoid of what I’e-m-na :an do for tils peculiar to Ladies, send for - lir. Hartman’s--‘Ills of Life,” sent free by he I’eruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O. To ' teep the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels regulv * ed, Man-a-lin should be taken.„t the same i Ime $1 a bottle. For sale by It fl r Watson & Co., Druggists. y "• ( * mr BROWN's"IRON BITTERS | v Cures Indigestion, Jiiliousnesa, Dyspepsia Mala- ? rla, Nervousness, mid General Debility ’phvai- i * clans rccoinmend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine ' bastradc mark mid crossed red lines on v,Tapper * KEEP ABREAST OF THE DAYS YOU LIVE IN Every family should ta^^i jour nal published in thoir own county for home news—and they should also take a weekly newspaper like Tiie Farmers’ Voice, 161 Washington street, Chicago, III., which for $1 per year gives them a great 28-page journal 52 times in the twelve months—packed full ol stones, together with scientific; household, fashion, young folks and general miscellaneous matter of ab sorbing interest to everybody; alsc bright and sparkling communica tions on the great questions of tlx day. Tho Farmers’Voice is conceded tc be among the very foremost reform journals in this country. It is a borne paper, a family paper a thinker’s paper, a reformer’s pa per, a woman's paper and a journa that delights readers of both sezei and all ages. The 52 numbers of the Farmers Voice, for $1. makes a yearly vnlumi that is in effect a home library o useful fccts, entertaining literaturi and interesting information. Sene to The Farmers’ Voice, Chicago Ills., for samplo copy. We give The Farmers’ Voice anc Reporter, both together one yeai for the low club rate of $1.75 foi both publications. All persons want, ing to take advantage of this favor able offer please send in their cash to us at ouce. Watson A Co. carry the stock and are headquarters for Drags. sep5eow4ai Notice of Dissolution. The firm of Watson & Hughes, hereto fore doing business at luka, Mississippi, la this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be conducted by «• H- Watson and Charles L. Watson, bbb^rthe Aim name and style of B. H. WAI80N & SON. The books of the old firm can be found at the store of the new firm. Either partner is authorized 10 settle all debts and collect the indebted ness of the late firm. The lumber busi ness will be continued by the undersign ed under the firm name of Watson & Hughes, and will be under the immediate direction of C. O. Hughes. Thanking the customers of the late firm, we be speak for the new firm a continuation of the liberal patronage heretofore given us. B. H. WATSON. , . C. G. HUGHES, luka, Miss., January 1, 1890. In retiring from the mercantile busi ness *f Watson & Hughes. I desire to thank my friends for all their kindness to me, and I most cordially commend the new firm of K. H. Watson & Son, who continue the business at the old stand. The gentlemen composing the new firm are well known for their integrity and fine business capacity, and need no eiico uium from me. C. G. HUGHES. luka, Miss., January 1, 1890. 46-4t Administrator’s Notice to Creditors. In estate of George Harvoy, deceased.' All creditors of estate of George Harvey, deceased, late of Tishomingo county, M's slsnppi, are hereby notified that on the first X?™*! of January, 1S90, the undersigned was, by the Chancery Court of said countv appointed Administrator de bonis non curb testameuto annexo of the estate of George i»rvey: decessed- and unless tbev exhibit }?*£ cla,Jn* a8»ipst said estate, and have reg'8t*reJ by the Chnucery Clerk within oue year, they will be forever barred. ... k , SAM HEAI.L, Admr. de bonis non com teatninento annexo. luka, Miss., January 20, 1890. Printer’s fee and proot, '$ 4 25. 46-21 Administrator's Notice to Creditors. In estate of John Harvey, deceased. All creditors of estate of John Harvev, deceased, late of Tishomingo county, Mis sissippi are hereby notified that on the first Monday in January, 1890. the undersigned wse, by the Chancery Court ot aioresaid countv, appointed administrator of the estate Hia.ho11 tVey deceased, and unless they exhibit their claims against said estate, and nave '.hem regjgiedbv the C hancery Clerk of said county wihtin one year, they will be forever barred. t„v BEALB> Administrator. IflKH 111 IMS loniir.B,, OA.L tOAn Printer’s fee and prool, $8.84 46-4t Administrator’s Notice to Creditors. In estate of George C. Dean, deceased. All creditors of estate of George C. Dean, deceased, late of T.shomingo county, Mlssis 8.PR hereby notified that on the 4th day October, 1889, the undersigned was, by the Chancery Clerk of aforesaid county, ap pointed Adm i ietrator of said decedent’s es ‘hey exhibit their clsime b '!?d e*t“le' BDd have the same regie hf the Chancery Clerk of said county within one year, they will be forcyer barred. i„b ui DEAN, Administrator, luka, Miss., Jauuary SO, 1*90. Printer’s fee and proof. $3.84. 40-4t l A. FOOTE iTC0. (Successors to O. J. Hyatt.) DEALEliS IN DRY GOODS^ GROCERIES PLANTATION0 SUPPLIES. IUKA, MISS, THE barber shop. SAM. W. SHOCKLEY. V Shop on East side of 8quare. LL Ov Him When’ You Waut A'Olean Shave, Fashionable Hair-Cut. 8hampoo, Etc. _luka, Hiss. lefferson Davis.-“i1'! ■**•■} Volume” now being prepared by : I Wm. Jones, with assistance of Mrs. *v,“’ w.,, authentic, charmingly writ m. beautifully illustrated and bound—In ?:.y.r?,v.WOr.tl!* of Lhe suhject. Agents anted. Complete outfit $i. 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TH* LEADING BUILDING AND LOAN AggO CIATION OV THE SOUTH, *»*toONEY LOANED" ON-®* JWTEASY TERMS.*®* LOCAL BOARD, ILKA. MISS. J. B. McKINNKY, President. K. ft. CANDLER, Attorney, G. J. HYATT, Treasurer. ,, _ DIRECTORS. HUGHES. J. IV. JfWRDAN. J. T, BAHNKTT, J. W. WILLIAMS. H. K. CLIN K8CALES. Depository, - . . bank op llKA For full particulars cull on or address J. W. JOUHDAN, . For OoraptuiT. Or any member of the Local Board. eeplO-tf lUKA, MISS. Surgeon Dentist. To all per sons d c air ing any kind ■f Dental Work done call on Hie 20-«m w. B. McMAHON. J »• Reynolds, Attorney nt T.nw, .. . RIKA, MISSISSIPPI »1anrt */!nt,on a)1 matters pertaining uro mail. Co“nlUDlc«tion« repilul to by n> . rJ... \'Jf.