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rHE IUKA REPORTER.
b Published Evert Thursdat bt a CHAMBERS, Editor and Prop’t * Office over 4. M. D. Miller’s Store, j Bnteicd as Second Class matter at the Iuka Post Office, May 11th, 1888. 1 , _ _ul_ I LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS 0 A Silver Medal Contest will beheld at the court house Friday night. Ad mission 10 cents. Children 5 cents. MT •LACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. A nice line ol Stationery—crockery, *" queensware, glassware and tinware cheap at E N. Reed's 2t A telegram was received here on Monday. October 18th, announcing the death of Mrs. K. M. Brinkly, which occurred on the above dale at Mem phis, Tenner exs. j We Refund money in every instance when Plantation Chill Cure (regular aud tasteless) fails—but it never fails. For sale by W, C. Hubbaid. Drugget. Also. B’ggi & Woodard, Burnsville. Wo bay for cash, and sell on a credit, provided-. Come one, como all j and get :.oodr on a credit; provided-- j M s. F. A Mo .re & Co., Iuka, Miss. Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea lor Dyspepsia. B ad the advertisement of R. II. Watson A Son in this issue of the pu po They aro offering induesments to the trade and solicit you for your patronage. Bring your country produce to E. N. ncec s~ casn or oarior. zi Wo would not urge an article without merit. We urge and guarantee Planta tion Chill Cure, [regular <.ud tasteless ] For sale by W. 0. Hubbard, Druggist. Also, Riggs & Woodaid, Burnsville. Highest market prices paid in cash for eggs and butter at B. F. Patter son s lY Co. Be sure to come and settle your sub sc iplion when you come to town. I am compelled to collect from all this ye n-. Those who fail to settle, will tint! their accounts in the hands of a co; lector. ggy- WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. W. Huboard carries a good lino of tablets. Plantation Chill and Fever Cure [reg ie r and tasteless] is the only remedy p-scr.bed by pb jsiegan". For ssle by \\ C. Hubbard Druggist. Also, Biggs & Woods.<1 . Burn»ville. Fruits, - egatabies, earned goods, Ji.iN of n'i kindi. raisons, pickles. .Jei } t-s. can.-Uch, stick and fancy, at K. N. Buud's. %2t lukn was visited by the first frost of the som< u on Wednesday morning. Young ;nen will now pay “Uncle” iiis annual visit, and proceed to rescue th.-ir lust season’s “Benjamin from the Br me.” Why pay 75 cents or $1 when you can bin I inriiaiion Cbill Cure [regular and tns'.s.’ess] of W. C. liubbud Druggist, 101 5M cents, who guarantees it to cure yo.? bold also by Biggs & Woodard, Bo - nsvill". If you want presents for the hol idays cal! at W. C. Hubbard's. 1 am reding as cheap as any mer chant in lowu for the cash and will mnko u to your advantage to trade with me. Call und see. Respectfully, J. T. Robinson. oct94t hi L’ M . --a_.1 lo hU bed by paralysis for several years previous to his death, died on l’r day Morning, Ock 10th. Funeral cervices wore held at the M. E. Church on Namrday and the body interred in th» iuka Cemetery. The funeral of the dee used was largely attended by friends and acquaintances. McFi.fiEE’S WINE OF CAUDUI for Weak Nerves. C'U'P’i/id Think ! Plantation Chill Cure (regul&raitd tasleles®) cures 99 cast s out at evmv hundred. and price only 50 t ents. For talc hj W C Hnbbsd, tirug Rt»t. Also, Higgs & Woodard, Burns V >1 8. 1 >i d on Tuesday. October 14. 1890, at p. m., in luka, W. M. Young. The tlecoased bad but recently moved to lukit from Alabama, and wns confined lo bis bed only a few days before his death. Tho berec.ved family has the ryi pathy of the community. I jo to W. C. Hubbard’s for Koyal Germetuer 81.50 por bottle. Cu.pt. Watson has already commen ced improvements on thosp ing lot, be is having tho o d fo ice removed and will erect a new fence around the ap ing park and otherwise beautify the place. By next spring the property will be ;n"hnnd-ome shape for the re ception of visitors. Deers will be | ut in the ftpi ing park stone time this fall. McEIrcf ’c WINE OF CAUDUI for female diseases. e want every mother lo know th >t nmop c.«n h* prevented. Tiue croup «„rs without s warning. The tom is hoarrener-s; tb<n the ats to have taken cold or a lutvc areomn Itied the boar-e As a general liniment for sprains and ‘ulses or for rheumatism, lame back, r eep sealed or muscular pains, Cham* I enaiuV Pain Balm is unrivalled. For i tie by Watson & Co. Pursuant to tho law, the County L'ext-Book Committeo assembled in uka on Monday, and adopted a uni- i ] orm set of books for Tishomingo co., rhich will bo used in all schools for , ,he next five years. Mr C. B. Jones, of Spring Hill, Iowa: ’ ‘1 have used Chamoerlain’s Pain Balm lor seveie and painful burns with belter sfiect than anything else I have ever tried. It relieves the pain Instantly and : cures without leaving a scar.” Pain , Balm is one of the tnost useful medicines that any familo can be provided with, esuecially for rheumatis, lame back, sprains, bruises, toolh-aolie, ear-ache and like ailments. One application will relieve 'he pain and a fair trial insure a cure. 50 cent bottles for sale by W atson & Co. Nothing brings speedier wealth than a good patent. If you have an idea, write to Messrs C. A. Snow &Co., 710 8th., St. N, W., Washington, D. C. tho old and trustworthy Patent Solicitors, and they will inform you free of charge whether it is patentable. Hoad their advertisement in this paper. Newspaper folks work 365 1-4 days per year to to get out fifty-two is sues of a paper--that’s labor. Once in a while somebody pays a year's subscription—that’s capital. Once in while some son-of-a-gun of-a dead beat takes tho paper fo • a year or two and vanishes without paying for it—that’s anarchy. But later on justice will overtake tho last named creature, for the.ie is a place where he will get his just deserts—that's h—11. —Exoange. The New Discovery. You have heard your friends and neigh bors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from per sonal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its slaiineh friends, because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, J)r. King’s New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used It and should be afflicted with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble, se- ■ cure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at H. II. Watson & Co’s drug store. The businoss man who never adver tises saves a great many expenses. Ho saves clerk’s salaries and needs but a small expense. Only a sma'l capital is required, and a small building is sufficient for the proprietor and the spiders. The money saved by not ad vertising will come handy in bearing the funeral expenses of a dead busi ness.—Fort Worth Gazette. KEEP lTP WITH THE TIMES. The World is getting wiser every day. Mankind is cons’.anly advancing from the old to the new. As it is with Relig ion, Vrt and Science, so it is with Mod i' !-e. Each day adds to our knowledge of the human body, and therefore toour ability to cure its many ills. The day of griding, purging, debd tating pills, for instance, is rapidly passing away, and their place being taken by a Bowel Regulator whose action is nacural and easy yet effective. Such a medicine is Man-a tin, a gentle laxative that acts di rectly upon the Liver and Kidneys, and le .ves no bad effects. It neither gripes nor purges. It not only cures Consti pation, but ail the disorders and discasee. arising from it, and, when taken from lime to t'me in small doses, prevents Constipation altogether. If yon need a Tonic, take Pe-rn-na. If your Blood is disea-ed, you will find nothing better than Lo-cu-pi-a. For sale by Watson &Co. Electric Bitters. This ronvily i» becoming so well known and so popular us to neid no special men tion. VII wlm have used El cl rit- Hitters s.ng the same song of praise. \ purer medi cine does not exist and it is guaranteed to dual1 that is claimed. K ei-lric. Hillers will cure u 11 diseases of tho Eiver anil Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Hulls, Sail liheum and other allVcilons cause I by impure blood. Will drive malaria Irom the system and priv i.t as well as cure all Malarial fevers. Eorcnro ot Headache, Constipa tion and Indigestion tn Electric Hitters Enure satisfaction gu uvtnteed, or money re funded. Price 5(1 cents and 1 per b ttle at tt. il. Watson Co’s drug atom. To restore, thicken, and give you a luxuriant growth of hair, to keep it natural ns in youth, anil to remove dandruff, use only Hall’s Hair llenew or. When the hair shows signs of fail ing, begin at once to uso Ayer’s Hair Vigor. This preparation strengthens tho scalp, promotes the growth of new hair, restores llio natural color to gray and faded hair, and renders it soft pli 1 ant and glossy. Catarrh is in tho blood. No euro for this loathsome and dangerous dis ease is possible until the poison is erad icated from the system. For this purpose Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is the best and most economical ,'medicine, Price vl- Six bottles, if6. Worth $o a bot tle. Teachers from all porlinns of Tisho mingo county were hero last week to undergo on examination and qualify for certificates to tench in public schools. When a pretty girl with an arm molded io perfection goes to a ball robed in a short sleeved dross, she has no right whatever to attach any blame to the young man, who with watery mouth, wishes to heavon ho bad been bo-n a mosqu'to with a bill a foot long. —Nuvasota Tablet, Ifpe nle would take tho advice of | Watson & Oo the druggist..they would never »tar* on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlain’s Colio Cholera and PiarrhcEs Remedy. It can always bo depended upon nod is pleasant to t-.kc. Neuralgic Persons And those troubled with nervousness resultirig from care or overwork will he relieved by taking Proton's Iron Hitters. <;eUuine bos trade mark mid crossed red lines oy w rapier. If that lady at the lecture the other ight only knew how nicely Hall’s Hair ionewer would remove dandruff and mprove the hair she would buy a bottle. Committee on School Books. Comraittoo met on October sixth. -, ’rof. Reed in chair. On motion of Roger’s, Swinton’s J peller9 wore adopted. For—Rogers, Simmons, Clark and he Chair. Against—Hundlv, Davis and Neal. On motion of Clark, Swinto ns Read srs were adopted. For—Simmons, Clark, Rogers and chair. Against—Davis, Neal and llundly, Mr. Davis put Butlor’s Geography's for nomination. Lost F'or—Davis, llundly and Neal, Against—Clark, Rogers, Simmons and Chair. On motion of Clark, Swinton’s Geog raphy's were adopted. For—Clark, Rogers, Simmons and Chair. After this vote the division of the Committee as it had thus far stood was broken up. Robinson’s Mathematic’s wore unanimously adopted. Bingham's Grammar's, Sharpless & I’hi'ip s Phil osophy. Cutter’s Physiologies and F’or Composition, Reod & Kellog’s Lan guage lossons and Barne's Copy Books were adopted, Sect. F\ T. Cahmack. Sunt. There was very little tight made on Spellers, A strong light was made on Headers between E. H, Butler and Swinton’s se es. It was urged in fa vor of E- H. Butler's series by Davis Hundly and the Supt, that they wore cheaper ($1.60) against ($2.58) that they wore equal to the subject matter of the Book, that the binding material ect., were in every respect as good and the exchange puce on'y $1.00, with an offer from the publishers to give the exchange price to children who were unable to pay for it, Swinton’s were urged as superior in matter and as hav ing about 1-11 more pages, and because they were the books now in use. A gainst this last argument it was shown that not one third of the County were supplied and that no exchange price would be allowed for Swinlon’a old boqjts. But'os'’s Geography’s were shown to be superior as to maps, def initions ect., yet Swinton’s prevailed. I have notb:ng to say against tho op position as to bribery, outside influence or any reflection on their patriotism. I simple d) not think their action was for the best interests of my county and as such I critcize it. I am willing to stand by my record and suppose they arc as they wished their votes to goon record. F. T. Carmack. Supt, The South has been trying for 25 years to live down and vote down and educate down sectional hate and prej udice. Wo have bought our goods from tho North, we have sontonr boys and girls there to bo educated, we have given our daughters to them in marriage, wo have invited them to come ana mako their homes in our midst, to see us and ffnd out if wo are as bad as they say. We have used their books in all our public schools and lauded them to the skies, we have opened our schools to their teachers, wo havo treated them as brethron, and yet—and yet there is as much hatred of the South in the present Congress as there was in I8G6. Only those who think ever do nny good. Tho best tiling you can learn at any school is how to think. Prac tical thought is in demand. The preacher who can give his audience thoughts will never lack for an audi ence.—luka Normal. City Market. Cut'on 0'4- tod1, Corn, per bushrl raw Mi ni, per bushel, <jO©l 0 Oats, per bushel, ;WuiOO l’eas, per bushel, $ 00 U$1 00 Potatoes Irish, per bushel, 2 00 Potatoes Sweet, per bush. I, 40® 10 Flour, per barrel. $0 00® $7 00 Meat bulk, per pound IjiiCtiTX Pork Iresh, per pound. fmO Damn cured. per pound, 12©13« Apples dried, per pound. S Patches dried, per pound, S Itiee, per pound, 8®IU III .es green, per pound, 2©3 Hides dry, per pouml, 4©o liutler. per pound, bVii-’O Eggs, per dozen. 12Kto|.1 Onion salts, per quart, ©1.1 Coftee, per pound, 4. ...04 lbs lor ,t 1 sugar,per pound. !),12 Molasses per gallon. 40ffl00 McElree’3 Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S BLACK• DRAUGHT are i for sale by the following merchants in l i"liuiumx'» county : W. C. Hubbard Si Co., luka. In*. G. W. Hutton, burnsville. s. A. Smith, burnt Mills. 1 G. T. Mellleun & Son, Tynes. Bucklens Arnica c>aive. The be t salve in tho world tor cuts bruises, sires, ulcers, salt vheiim, fiver sores, tett* r. ehapped hands, chlbluins, corns, and all skin i ruption*, and positively cures piles, <>r no piv reijuirel. It is xuar anteed to give per ft ct satisfaction, or m<» j»y Hindi*J. Hriee 2*> cents j)v r box. For sal^ bv 11. 11. Wutsou Si Co. Jacinto School. FOU THE EDUCATION OF BOTH SEXI-S. INSTRUCTION THOROUGH AND PRACTICAL. WE GO TO THE BOTTOM OF WHAT WE TKACH. BUILDINGS IN GOOD REPAIR AND ATTRACTIVE. Bearding and Lodging faeilitbs ample. One of the most healthful and best watered ocitions ill lh > Stato. , For circulars and further information, ad dress J. o. LOONEY. Prinelnal, Juctuto, .MBs. July 24 3m - 4;1. Rivertoji, Ala. POWERS BROS. Insurance, Real Estate. Now is the time to invest before prices get too High. We have some Bonanzas in Real Estate that will make from 200 to 500 per cent for the investor, How does this strike you? Fifty acres of land 200 feet above the river, high, dry and shady at #20 an acre, only one mile from Rivcrtou. Gcod farm of 80 acres just across the river, with house and barn for 31800. One acre lot right In town for 3100 do beautiful lots in McWhorter’s addi tion one half mile from town 152 feet square, with a number of good springs on them, streets graded ami plenty of shade trees planted, every lot on a cor ner. First ten lots will go for 350 each after that 3100 each—a bargain. Seventy-live business and residence lots from $25 to $80 a front foot. POWERS BROS. Insurance, Real estate, Riverton, Ala. Sept 25 y GEORGE ARMSTRONG Bar'beranil Hair Dresser. If von wan' uneasy, clean shave call a my shop on Front Row, North of Depot. G, P. Hammerly DEALER IN General Mercliadise. A Complete line of Hardware, Iron, Nails, Castings, Wagon Material, School Books AND STATIONERY. BARBERSHOP. SAM W. SHOCKLEY Shop oil Fr uit How, in I’owel Uuikliii". CALL On Him When You Want A Clean Shave, Fashionable Hair-Cut, Shampoo, Ktc. luka, Miss IW’S YOilR FENCE? We have the CHEAPEST and Best WOVEN WIRE FEMCiNQ Wire Rope Selvage. KHENONLV! (For LOST or FAILING KANHOODj General and N£H V0U8 EEBJUTYj JV/eaJinoaa of Body and Wind, EfFecta _-_Jllof Erroi s or Exceasez in Old or You Mg’, Itnlnut, Si'l'l* MANHOOD fally Iteiiorfil. How to velarje and Btrotgfhi-n tYKAK, l,M»F.VMA)PKl>ORW4XSiP.tnTbOHK»«Y. Absolutely ito.-alHu* 1J03IK TREATMENT—Benefits In a day. W*n te-.tlfy from &0 tUi-tr* anti Korean Countries. Write them. Descriptive Book, explanation and proof* mailed (scaled) free. «**»»» ER\€, W^OtCAK CO - BUFFALO, N. V. One of the PR ■■ (■ isBl'r'Tei fa Kg fa fa eacopcr *rg QV Bafa the world. Onr facilities ar« unequaN-d, and to Introduce out superior goods we will scudritRU too’iK I KKson in each locality, I* r-above. Only those who write p*~ to na at once run make sure .<•, JPfl the chance. All yoifhai • to do in •g return is to sho-v our goods tc ^ who ca 1- y.iur neighbor* and those nrotir. 1 you. I ho be “** ginning of this advcrii-eme.it „ shows the small end of the tele •cope. The followlnp cat gives th* appearance of It reduced to flesss&SSSSBHlS •bout the fiftieth part of it* bulk. It Ua grand, double size tcle 9CODO, as large as is ea*y to carry. We will also show you how vov can make from l$fl to910 a day at least, from the start,with out «xperi*nr« Better writ* at once. We pay ull express charges. Address, II. HALLETT 4* CO., Box WHO, PortlaM), MaiVK. r B. REYNOLDS, Attornoy n t Law', H JKA, MISSISSIPPI SpeM.I attention to all matters pertainira to laid. Communications replied to b> re ui a mail. -SffJ. B. McKINNE -DEALER IN •s*FADSY tGROGFiilES* PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Queens ware, Hides, Furs, etc., IUKA, - - - - MISS Mrs. Henry Kra 8')UTI1 OF RAILROAD J)EPC IUKA, - MISSISSIPPI -DEALER IN Furniture, Metallic anil Wood Cols Etc. lieradrinu of Furniture ol ml kiml9 (lobe neatly on short notice. Call and examine my stock of Furniture and Coffins. SEWING MACHINES Oi me best ami most popular makes kept constantly in stock. Lowest p-ices. J.H MERRILL MUSIC COMFNY, Solo Representatives for I lie Celebrated Everett Ac Harvard PIA^VOfS, Clough & VVarrer, Jno. Church and Princess ORGANS. Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms. Write for Catalogue and Prices. We also cairy a line of Sheet Music, Music Books, Etc., E'c. 115 Main Street. - - . TUSCUMBlA. ALABAMA. fisSrtn writing to the house state you saw advertisement in this paper- janb-1 Grove s Tasteless Chill Tonic It is as pleasant to t.\o tocto as lemon syrup. The smallest infant will tako it and never know it is medicine. Children ciy for it. Sever fails to cure. Chills once broken will not return. Cost you only half the price of othar Chill Tonics. Wft nilinino nnodad HTn needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than quinine. It purifies the blood and removes all malarial poison from the Bystem. It is aB large as any dollar tonio and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. W. STINSON, M. D. j run SALH nr GRAND FALL OPENING -AT E. J. McRAE’S, IllKa. Mississippi. VhiJ" don't fail to CALL AND 6RK IIOW C11KAPYOU CAN HUY EVKKYT11NG FOll^^g SPOT CASH At E. J. McEAE’S ! I Just rceiveii a large stock of Spring I Clothing. Corkscrew suits $5 50 La dies Misses, Gent-, Boys and Childrens* Shoes. Men’s suspenders loots per oatr. Mens’Ladies’ and M Ssea fl.ns. Underwear, Shirt*, D ess Shir's, Col lars. Neckwear, Gloves, Ti links, and Valises,. Also a Lot of Fine 1) ess Good-, Scarfs, Calicoes Ginghams, Sal teens, E'c! . A Full Line Of S'aide Groceries: 10 pounds ot good sugar to the dol lar . Good Navy Tobacco at twenty live cents tier pound and Greenvlie at Hoots. A Large Lot of Cooking Stoves. Mens full stock Brogans at 85cls. large line of ohildren and ladies shoe-, ’fable () I Cloth at f8 to 25 cents per yard, 1’arlor Matches 15 cen s pet dozen boxe*- Soda Sots per pound 1 Cotton checks at twenty jmds to the dollar. Domestic, sixti en yaids to the dollar. Cash paid for country pro duce: Eggs, Chickens, Hides, Wool ore. Weaic agents for VYannumaker & Brown’s Beady Marie Clothing. A urge lot of samples tor suits bj ntes-nre Ink:t Septe.nbei 4 1890, Af'er above date (propose to do u : Strictly cash luisine s Thanking yon for past favors, and assuring you that I shall still endeavor by square dealing and low prices to retain jour patronage ' in the tuiuto. I remain very t ulv , ><'UrS, | ___ E .1. McHAE. 1 ■ i; I! caveats, ana Trade-Mark, obtained, and all Pat- I ent business conducted for Moderate Fees, ! i Our Orricr is Opposite U. 8, patent orr'icr aud we cau eccure patent in lean time than those ! remote from Washington. I a Ii^fn<1w0de]' ■draM;'FlB or photo., with descrlp *l°u' W“ JfJpstemable or not, free of I charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. _ * f *"'*MJ-«V " How to Obtain Patents," with ti names of actual clients fu your btaie county, or <>, town, sent free. Addrosa, ' v’ £ C. A. SNOW & CO. v OPP. Patent Orrict. Waihinuton. d. C. SOUTHERN BUM MB LOAN Association. THK LKAD1XH HUM,I>IX(I ANU I.DAN ASSO CIATION OK THK SOUTH. Sir MONEY LOANED ON-©a SaT' E ASY TEliMS."©a local hoaui>. iuka, miss. J. B. MCKINNEY, Prrsl ent. K. s. CAMlLKI!, Attnniev, 0. 4. HYATT. Treasurer.’ D11KCIOII C. fi. ri'GTIHN. 4. VV. J017IU>AN. J. T. H WiNKTT. 4. \Y. WILLIAM#, u. it. CIJNKtCALEs.. Obpositoiiv, - . . HANK OF UK A. 1* ur lull particular* call on or address j. \y\ .iouiidax, ,, . , , •'"r ilie Company, t>r:inv nu mber of the Local Board ’“‘I-19-11 UK.. Miss UNIVERSITY -OF ^iissiissippi, W ill open its next So slon at OXFORD, MISS, TIH’HSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1S»!) i lie L niyerslty ha* been put In i it.-ciive condition than e/cr before The plan of study is so arrung d as to present .hren parallel courses of study leading «, the degrees of H. A. Ji. 8. and B l> * r„ ?*’tlkcm 13 i!ag” 8Cl 1,8 tM elKcti"u N'mc esn school are taught In Hie in -lit of sob nee. Letters and Arts. Butin and Ore k under Profs Hogue Londuiant. Cle.msn and Frenon undi o,1,/.,1'”]'/","0', K""lish “"d Hellos Lettrt ,. l ir 1 of- Bager. Mathmetlcs under Irof. Hume. Physics and As ronmv under Then trlealCheniistry, Prac lou! (. heuilitry, Botany, Zoology’ unci Geology under Prof.’