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__ ____ “UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL.” “
VOL. X NO 28. (.Established 1881.) IUKA MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY^ NOVEMBER 3 !8f 2 > A H 8120 PER YEArT
THE IUK\ REPORTER.
J. J. CHAMBERS, Editor and Proprietor'
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
120 PER YEAR
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
SPAClh | 1 mo. | 3 in oh. | 0 mos. | 1 year.
1 inch, $T fJ, fit nr
2 inches, 2. 4. 5. 10.
3 inches, 3. (i. u. 15.
}£ column, 4. 8. 15. 37.
}\ column, (». 15. 2 >. 4.'>. j
1 column 13. 30. 4.5. 80. |
Classified and professional cards, six lines
or leas, per year $5.
Logui advertisements at legal rates.
Local notices, 5 cunts a line lor each in- '
sertion.
I'iiu Reporter solicits correspondence on *
local topics trom all parts or’ the county.
Address uJl communications to The Re
porter, Inka, Miss.
DIRECTORY,
COUNTY.
Chancery Clerk, P. \V. Patterson.
Circuit Clerk, W W Harvey,
Sheriff, YV. R. McGehee,
Treasurer, Job II. Scruggs.
Sup t Schools. Dr. F. T. Carmack,
Assessor, II. R. Rogers,
Coroner ^ Ranger, YV. F. McDouga
Supervisors: 1st Beat, L. P. Bonds, 2d
Joe Alurlar, 3d. John Jourdau, 4th. T. J. \
Stormeut, 5th. \Yr. T. Clark*
CircuitLoart, First distrlc., Hon. Loeka
. Houston, Judge. W.B. Walk. * attorn/ :
onus secoud Monday in Jau. unu * ily. [
Chancery Com*1', First Judicial District. !
Hon. Baxter MgF ifland, Chancellor. Time
or meeting: 1 sc Mondays iu Juno and Dec. ;
-i
Mayor, 8. M. Doan ex-ouioio'J. P.
Marshal, YV.M. '-1st.
Ad.-imen: J. J. Conian, soc'y and tress., '
O. YV. Held, 8. M. Doan, li. D. Smith,
. YV. Me Knight.
Nigh5 YVacoh, A. B. Pattorson.
UK A rOSTOFFIOE
postmaster —Office Hours: |
n. ni. Sunday: One hoar after .
ills.
CHARLESTON RAILROAD
■CAL TIME CARXX,
.eave. 1:27 u. in., find 2: tOp.m
Leaves, 2:45 a m and3:24 p m i
CHURCHES.
jt.aptirt.—Sunday School every day at
P:30n. m., E. »S. Candler, Sup t. Anna
Rogers, oiganist; preaching 2tl andiiii Sun
days in cacti mouUi at 11 u. m mid 7 p. in.,
also Saturday night bofore 2<tSunday; pray
er meeting Montuty u gilt, 7 o clock.
IlKV. JOSElMlSjlACKLLi'OllD, Pastor.
r. —Sunday School every Sunday
in., (r. P. Rammnrly Huji't, Miss
.inott oxgall 1st; preaching every
1; a. in. and 7 p. w.; prayer meet
n-day eve 7 o'clock. J- W. Beil,
Nksl$tt, Ojgunist Puftor.
:ian.—Sunday School every Sun
m., Win. Groesbeck, Kup’t, Mis
vise. Organist; ? reaching every
day, 11 a. :n and 7 p. m.; prayer
very Thursday overling, 7 o clock.
11kv. John S. Park, Pastor.
.—Sunday School and services at
iuch Sunday. MiesM. A. Lawrence
l ing Lent prayers h p. in.
nd services
;k J. Moore.
Mup’t,
-Meets firs
iturOay night m each month.
A. T. Scruggs, W. M., J A. Dugger, 8 W.,
H. I). Hill, J. W., P. \V. Patterson, Treas.,
John'l*. Barnett, Kec’y, W. M. Gl-t, S. D.
E L. Hamilton, J. D., Z H. Woodall, Tyler.
HOSTS OF HO NOB—LODGE no. 1880-Meets
cry 1st and 3d Tuesday night.
J.J. Coman, Dictator, j.T. Barnett, Trees.
C. W. MoKnight, Reporter, H. O. Erwin,
ancial Reporter,
GHT8 & LADIES OF HONOR.—LODGE NO. 22.
Meets 2d and8d Thursday nights in each
nth. B. F. McRae, Protector, Mrs. A.
dgo, Sac’y, S. M. Dean, Treasurer.
OMAN’SCHMBTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION,
nets at Methodist church tirst Sunday in
. yj omigiv, m., niin. nauu
Mrs. H. K. Dean, soe'y ami
Anna llogois, vec.eec'y.
CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UN
aml fourth Sunday oven
in each month.. Miss May Seay, presi
Miss Lily Miller, cor. scc’y; Miss 1,1 la
reo. Rdo’v; Miss Poarl Burnett, treus
& I. V. WKA LODGE NO. 1440.-Moots
is each month.
tits, Pros., J. 1). lluston, Beo'y
JORK,
SUCH AS
NOTE & LB ITER BEADS,
MENI’S, CIRCULARS.
I'ATIONS, PROGRAMS
NVELOPES, 'TICKETS,
fUNBRAL NOTICES
BUSINESS. VISITING
& WEDDING CARDS,
BLANKS. TAGS,
US
DODGERS.
We've Got’Em!
Talk Is Cheap
Owing to the short cotton crop
Ate will slaughter prices for the
next 30 days.
We arc receiving the largest
stock of goods ever brought to
luka and must sell them. We
are going to divide with our cus
tomers. ' READ BELOW
some few of our many cuts,
/ css Best standard prints for 5
5% cts heavy 4-4 brown sheeting 5
7Hcts heaviest “ “ “ 6
Tots good cotton checks 4k
12-kcts all wool filling worsted 8H
35cts best standard oil cloth 20
12ct$ fancy gingham 8%
18 lbs white sugar §1 00
7 lbs soda 25
1 lb pepper 15
1 lb spice 15
Dozen boxes of matches 15
Cuts in shoes and all other lines.
K. IL.WATSON & SON.
luka, Miss.
Is the s'l^csgesti
Homo-iaAoi’Eod
22©cMeino
in tlao world.
My wlfo bna been rfflletcd fcr elx year? with a
moht dreadful Blood Poison of f.opjo Kind, ee.liod
Eczema l>,v eminent physicians. Durl;:g this period
f ho wua treated by t-evomi specialists. Hr.-j taken
quantities of all tho blood purifiers on tbo market,
without realizing ory special beuollt. She la now
using Wooldridge’s wonderful Curo, &. few bottie j
of which liavo nmdo a complete curo. I unhesitat
ingly reeomraond it as tho nest blood ymriaer ev<jj»
discovered. Yours truly, A. C. ncGEIiEB.
Columbus, Gu., March 8J, 1SC0.
MAXTjrACTCCtD BY
WOOLCnJDGZ WONDERFUL CLT.Z CD.,
Columbus, Ua.
FOIL BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
McElree’s Wine of Cardui
and THEDFORD’S BLACK-DRAUGHT aro
(or sale by the following merchants in
Tishomingo county:
W. Hubhard & Co., Tuka.
G. W. Phillips, Burnsville.
I>r. Thos. G. Patlen, Burnt Mills.
8. Pollard tV Co., Cripple Deer.
IL B. Gardner <t Sons, Highland.
Dr. Chas. Ryan, Tynes.
ONE MILLION LADIES
ABE DAILY RECOMMENDING
mtp perfection nnni]
lilt ADJUSTABLE uHUh
across th,
iilts.
m2 BEST FITTIN3, NICEST
Looms, am most
COMFORTABLE SHOE IN
WORLD.
$3, S3.SC.
CONSOLIDATED SHOE CO.
Manufacturers,
. • M&sa
IMiiHHia
THE SMART SWINGING TREADLE
Is one of the leading inventions of
tlio day. It has no competition, it
is something that is needed and cun
he put on every sewing machine.
This Tttendlb will not injure the
most delicate lady to use it. It is a j
simple swing of the tool only a few j
inches. Any machine can be run i
by a No. sixty thread hitched to the
foot piece pulling one way, the
spring throwing it Lack. The old
I treadle has been the cause of thou- I
sands of Indies losing their health
Itv its use. To see Smart's Treadle
| in use will convince anyone.
To see the treadle in operation I
call at
V. O "RAMSEY'S. > j
j Afier thoroughly testing Smart’s I
Patent. Tit-idle,’I find 11 all he ela’ms
for it. 1 iliink this removes the in
jurious rffe< t of the old treadle on
dc.icuto woman.
K A SEAY.
L E KEID.
I ant satisfied that Smart’s sewing!
treadle is n good thing. To some
women it is indeed a blessing.
F T CARMACK.
net 13 5 w
Caveats, and Trado-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent butlneos conducted for mooirati Feta.
OuROrnct it Oppositi U. 8. PSTtar Orrici
and we can secure (latent in less time than those
remote from Washington.
Bend model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise. If patentable or not free of
charge. Our Ibe not due till (latent Is secured.
A Pamphcit, “How to Obtain Patents," with
names of actual clients in your State, county, ot
town, cent free. Address,
C.A.SNOW&CO.
Opp. rtaTiNT OFFICC. WaaniNOTOM. D. O.
HOTEL
Barber Shop.
GEORGE ARMSTRONG, Barber.
Newly fitted tip new ebafr, new torn
ture and ever; ihln|c first clash. A first
class barber In charge. Shop un ’er hotel
office. uly *8 J
Democratic Ticket, j
FOR PRESIDENT,
Grover Cleveland,
OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
Adlai E. Stevenson.
OF ILLINOIS.
DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TfCKET
STATE AT LARGE,
James K. Vardanian, of Leflore.
K J. Rowers of Hancock.
First District, John D, Burge, of Alcorn
Second Listrict, Ira D. Oglesby, of Tate
Third District, U Pink Smith of Washington
Fourth District, I T. Blount, of Yalobusha |
Fifth District, W. P. Tacket, of Holmes '
_hjxth District, Edgar H. Ratcliff of Marion
Seventh District, J. L. McC’uskill, of Rankin
F'or Congress,
JOHN M. ALLEN.
Will it pay to vote the Repub
lican Ticket?
Look at your wife and daughter in
the cotton patch! 1
Look at your 0 cent cotton!
Look at the mortgage on your crop
and property!
Look at the old hat you wear!
Look at your old clothes!
Look at the leaky, rickety house you
live in!
! Look at the food on your table!
Look at the furnsture in tho place
i you call house!
Look at the empty schoolliouee and
full jail!
Look at the 9,000,000 mortgaged
homes!
Logk at the millionare in his palace
and the workingman in his hove!!
Look at the miliioaires’ militia shoot
down peacible citizens!
Then feel in empty pockets and, if
you a'O not thorough'y convinced,
go and hang yourself for being an !
egregious fool and you will do one
sensible thing.—Ex.
Oxfohd. Miss., October 29, 1892.
Chairman, Dem. co. Ex. Com.
Iuka, Miss.
Dear S’r: —Fa; e s aie on file in this
office for appointment of U. S. Super
visors for each voting place in your
(Tishomingo) county. If you wish
them ror your ; arty please send me
your list, say oue man for each voting
place with 1’. O. address and how you
wish them sent.
W. G. Bkaxi.and,
Chief Kunervisnr.
Iuka, Miss. Oct. 31st, 1892.
W. G. Be AN I.ANU,
Oxford, Miss.
Dear Sir:—We think the State has
provided sufficient guarantees to se
cure us a free ballot and a fair c un*.
Our election Commissi >ners are. two
Democrats and one Republican—all
th co of whom arc upright, honest
me l, and we are satisfied that they
will appoint honest, correct and effi
cient judges r.ml clerks to -eceive ar.d
count tne to e co'veetly, and therefore
we deolino to ask for tho appointment
of U. S. Supervisors from the Deino
cr lie party;'but we le vs it to the
third or peoples party to make tho I
villianons intimation that Mississippi I
St :‘.o election officials, in order to j
guarantee fairness in our elections
must be watched and ovorseed by Fed
eral officials—besides, the democrats
are not a lot of miserable blood suckeis
who never loose an opportunity to rob
the government of a dollar when an
.opportunity is offered. Respectfully j
R. H. Allen, for dem. ex. com. i

Democratic Victories.
Alabama. 12.000 majority.
Arkansas. 30,000 majority.
Florida, 20.000 majority.
Georgia. 70,000 majorit .'.
The great Domncratic viotories in
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida and Geoi
gia disposed of tho Third party and
made assurance doubly sure of a solid
South.
So much for the force bill! The1
great majority of liborty-lovlng white
nun in all sections of onr common
country are opposed to the force bill!
and negro denomination at the South, j
—Birmingham Democrat.
Colossal Campaign Offer *
OVER
TEN THOUSAND I
DOLLARS
To Bo Distributed Among Subieribori of THE SDHBAT
fIPPEflL-flVflLflNGHI; 4
BEFORE ELECTION DAY.
The APPEAL-A VALANCHE, now known throughout the United State* a* the “Great
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until election day. but tho SUNDAY APPEAL-AVALANCHE will each week contain ape- 3
tlal articles and editorials on tbi* leading issr.es of the great political light, also a mam
aioth cartoon, graphically setting forth the frailties and fallacies of the Uepubllc&o party.
In addition to these feature*, the Sunday issue will contain a large number of special ar
ticle*, handsomely illustrated, which, together with the complete dYi-State new*, markets '.T
and telegraphic news of the whole world, furnished by the Associated Press and the V
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Where Do the Words ^
$ “Queen of the South” $
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T r.SO :.) PRESENTS.
First correct Answer—uno N-noiarsnip
Brooke Hall Seminary for young
ladies, Media, Pa_'. fimno
2— 0no lot in suburbs of Memphis.5UO.OO
3— Trip for two to New York and re
turn . 150.00
4— One Jesse French l'urlor Organ.... 110.Ov)
5— Cour&e of Trea m *ut, board. cic.,
far whisky iub.t at Memphis
Keeley institute. 134.00
0—One tine Top Buggy. 125.M)
7— One Hue Monitor base-burning stov« 00.00
8— Gold tilled Hunting-case Watch.... fAMW
D—Gold lilted Hull tin g-eu.so Wak-p.... at).00
10— Gold filled Hunting-ease Match... 50.00
11— One fine Mempbi Stove. 40.00
12— One Safety Bicycle. 33.00
13— Due (lolrl l'iiJCB. 2(>.<K»
14 to 25—Mach one $5 Gold Piece. oo.OO
20—One Scholarship Leddin's Business
College. Memphis. 150.00
27—Course Treatment “U’herreU” Bi
chloride of Gold Jmtkutc, Mem
phis . 85.00
28~vtni» Trip to New Yo\k i\n,\ return. 75,00
20 r<> 52—One rnited States Map nurd
Political Chart, In colors. $5 each.. 120100
53 to 77—One 5 ib box duett Candy,
woi to $2.50 ejic.lt. 02.50
78 to 100 -One box Cigars. $2.50 ouch. 57.50
lot to 225—One gold lilled Thlmb.e,
$2.50 each.312.50
220 t<> 401)—Lithograph 1’ortrait Grover
Cleveland, (21x2s inches), $1 each 274.00
500— One Life Scholarship Nelson
Business College. Memphis.125.00
501— Scholarship Christian Brothers
College, Memphis. 100.00
502— One fine Bluff City Range. OU.oo
503— Gold filled Hunting-case Watch.. 50.00
504— Gold filled Hunting-case Match.. 50.00
505— Gold tilled Hunting-case Watch.. 50 00
50d—One fine double-barrel Shotgun.. 50.00
507—One tine Rifle. 25.00
50^ to 512—One doz. Photos. $7 each 35.00
513 to 841)— Photogravure “The An
gelus,” $1 each. 337.00
850 to 855—Each one $5 Gold Piece... 30.00
850 to 055—One“Souveuir World's
Fair,” $1 each. 100.00
Trip to Chicago anl return. 4t»«o
957 -Trip to New Orleans mid return.
958— Trip to Kansas t’iiy and return.. '30 1 »
9.59—Trip to Louisville and return... 24 'O
IHO—'Trip to St. Loa.s and return..... UKod
951 t » 1235—Photogravure “Songs of
Love." size 21x2*. $1 each..;.... 315.00
1298— Scholarship one year i*»» the H;g*
bee School for young ladles. 200.»M
1297—One Scholarship Little Rock Unl
vetslty. LlttL Rock, Ark.120 * • » -
I29S—<Jue fine Top Buggy. i25.<*t %
1299— One Scholarship University of
Tennessee . 120.08
1300— One Scholarship Ceutrnl Baptist
College, Conway. Ark.
1301— Oue Scholarship at Montgomery
Bell Acad* in*'. Nudivll.e. Teun.... 81.0*
1302— One SelmavKiilp SL Mary's
8c!.oj» (K|V:SJ, Memphis. 80.00
i;)0;s—u. e Scholarship Vanderbilt Uni
versity . 05.90
1304—Life Scholarship (t.nsit:e>s course) A
I.lttle ltock Commercial College... 0CVV>
kl 205—one *•: Sfb'*rrSiilTr~ GodiimaiiV 7
llualnesji Coli/g?, Naslnille. IVnn. 50.0&
ItfO.i--One Sci:j.:Msuip Ouachita Bap
tist c'.ieae. Arkadelphia. Ark. 59.00
1307 to 1310—i\iir tine Opera ti.asses,
?8 each. 32.00
1311 to 1417—Political Chart and U.
S. Map, in colors, $.5 each.535. W
14 IS to 1427—Fine Derby Hat,
$4 each. 40.00
1428 to 1479—One gold tilled Thimble,
$2.50 each. 130.0')
1.480 i > 1485—Trip to New York and
return. $75 each. 390.00
1 IS I to 14Sf—Trip to Denver and re
turn. $5*i each.204.03
1488 to 1491—Trip to Washlugiou and
return. $00 each.24o.tr>
1492 to 1495—(laid Piled linn ting-case
Watch. $50 each. »*».«*>
141X1 to 1493—Trip to World s Fair and
return, $40 each. lfo.00
1500—Oue liue Sewiug Machine. 30.00
Total .$7,070.50
LAST 500 PRESENTS.
Many answers will come in late, and in or
der that- these may also receive handsome
rewards, we will give to the last- 5<)0 sub
scribers sending correct answers, the follow
ing grand presents:
Lust Correct Answer-One lot In sub
urbs of Memphis.$250.00
2— Course of Treatment, board, etc.,
for whisky, opium or morphine
habit, at Memphis Iveoley In
stitute . 201.00 |
3— One line Jersey Bull. 100.00
4— One Scholarship Intrie llock Univer
sity. Li:tie Bock, Ark. 130.00 1
5— Ono Top Buggy. 125.00
0—Course Treatment “Wlietreli’ Bi
chloride Cold Institute. Memphis. 125.00
7—One Scholarship University of Ten
nessee. Knoxville. Tenn. 120.00 j
fc—Ono Scholarship Christ am Brothers
College, Memphis. 100.00 '
a-One Jersey Bull_T.. 100.0*1
10— Life Scholarship (shorthand course)
Little Kock Commercial College... 00.00
11— Held tilled Hunting-case Watch... 50.00
12— •old tilled Hunting-case Watch... 50.00
12—Gold filled Hunting-ease Watch... 50,00
14— One line Sewing Machine. 5U.*ki
15— One Memphi Stove.
hv—One Hue Overcoat.
17—One $10 Gold Piece.
is to 21—Each one $5 Gold Piece.
12 to 28—One dozen Cabinet Portrait#,
$7 dozen. 35.00
27 to (Ml—Political Chart and United
States Map, in colors. $•» each.... 2OJ.00
[»7 to 31K)—Photogravure “The Horae
Fair,” $1 cuch.323.00
400— Scholarship Leddiu’s Dullness Col
lege. Memphis.. 150.00
401— Life Scholarship Nelson Eutdncss
College. Memphis. 125.00
402 to 480—Photogravure “Russian
Wedding Feast." $1 each. 88.00
400—Thirty Days’ Hoard at Clarendon
Hotel. Memphis. 75.00
401 to 405—One do*. Cabinet Portraits,
$7 each. 25.00
408 to 500—Each oue $5 Gold Piece?.. 25.00
Total ....$ 2.877.00
Grand Total.$10,353.50
Every Sub>criber Given a Magnificent Life Size LLho-raph Portrait of
GROVER CLE.VEUVND.
Every subscriber who fails uusenre one of the 2.009 special rewards. will be sent,
postage paid, a maguiticoui i.i.* sfae lithograph portrait of Urover Cleveland—the idol of
the National Democracy aud next President of the United Stales. Tills is alone worth the
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Appeal-Avalanche business otHre lJKFOUE THAT TIME. The names of those receiving
the 2.0UO special presents will be announced in the DAILY APl'EA 1«-AVALANCHE of
November P, and all presents will be forwarded to subscriber* the following daj. Remit
by Draft. Money Order or Registered Letter.
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Memphis City Bank, Bank of Commerce.
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Continental National Bank, Memphis Na
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House la Memphis and the South.
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