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THE IUKA VIBETTE. _ _____ LIVE ANJJ LET LIVE. VOL XII NO 25_IUKA, MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1894. TERMS—11.00 PER TEAB« Well (Dressed People. It is a matter of common remark that the best dressed folks seen in Iuka, or in this county, buy their goods of C. L. Watson, (Succes sor to R. H. Watsou & Son.) You might go to New York or Chicago, Memphis or Chattanooga, and see bigger stores and pay bigger pri ces; but you oouldn't get better I bargains. Our stock 1b so varied j that you can get just what you 1 want If you buy where the stock I is small you have to take what f they’ve got. If you want any thing in our line, the chances are we can suit you. —C. L. WATSON====== (Successor to It, II. WATSON Sc SON.) FALL AND WINTER STOCK. These prl<*eB we publish below will bei worth the time it takes to read them. It isn’t often that such things are sold so cheap at this season Rut whiio t ongress was tinkering with the tariff we did odr buying because prices were then demoralized. This explains why we can sell goods at the following prices:— __ „i__ ^ i . A Number One gaiter shoe. 1 26 Boys' school gaiter Bhoes.75c to 1 25 Ladies Glove Gr. Button Lace shoes.70 Men’s beet brogans . 1 00 Men's common brogans. 75 Ladies’ Polkas,. ,. go Men’9 heavy peg boots. 1 25 Children’s Polkas,..85o to 50 Children’s school shoes ... 75 I.ituius nicesuocs. lo $ 3 00 Good line men’s nice shoes.*1.25 to 4 00 Men’s all wool suit, ooat, pants & vest, 4 00 Boys'suits, size 5 to 14 years .... 1 00 Rice 20 pounds for. 1 00 Coffee, common, 6 pounds for. 1 00 Cotfee, good, 5 pounds for. 1 00 Arbuckles coffee, per pound, . 28 Flour per barrrel.*2.65 to 8 75 Good bleach domestic, per yard ... 5 Best granulated sugar 25 pounds for. .$ 1 00 Canton flannel, per yard. 05 lJreBs ginghams to close out, per yard. 04j Ladies hose, per pair.5c to 50 Children’s hose, per pair.4c to 25 Yard wide domestics, per yard. 4 All wool jeans, per yard. 25 All wool filling dress goods, petard... RJ Call and see our full line of dress goeds— nicest ever shown in Iuka. PROFESSIONAL. yy/^ a. nuuGKs, m. d., PHYSICIAN AN1> SURGEON. Ilka, : : : : : Miss. J}RS. CARMACK & ALEXANDER, Physicians and Surgeons, Il’ka, Miss. We have a full and complete lino ol Prescription Drugs. Prescription! carefully compounded day and night. Office in the old post office building, april 26. yy b. ellis, Attorney-at- Law, Ilka, Miss. | JOTEL BARBER SHOP, OEOKGE ARMSTRONG. Prop’r Newly fitted up, new chair, newfurr ture and every thing first class. A flrsj class barber lu charge. Shop un.terhote office. ' w. shockleyT ToiiMoria) Artist. Iuka, Miss. Shaving, Hair Cutting, and Sham pooiug done in the latest and most popular styles. Nicely furnished shot on front row. Call and give me yout work. STEAMBOATS fcT. LOUI8 & TENNE88EK lUVEIt PACK ET COM PANY Steamers, for jPttdu cah, Sa va u n a h tnd all way landings, iCitv of Savnnnnli. 1 apt 8 K Hale, Master; H D Patton, Clerk. Leaves Eastport every Tuesduy at 4 p. m. City of Pnducnli, Cant D W Kirkpatrick, Master; J H Anhurst, Cli Loavee Eastport on Wednesdays, 4 pm. City of Sheffield. Cunt Todd, Master; Col linker, Clk. Arrives and Leaves Eastport every Saturday J. H. MOOKE, Druggist AND Prescrimioit, TUKA, MISSISSIPPI. Fresh Drugs and A full Hue ofall Proprietory Medicines. Perfumes, Toilet articles etc. A full line of Stationery. Fine Cigars and tobacco a specialty . march lo. Hotol Arrivals. IUKA HOUSE. Ed East, Greenville, Texas; B. Turner, Florence, Ala.; John Curray, Tuseumbla; 'V. J. Robson, Friars Point; J. H. Brinkley, Memphis; Galen Crow, Austin, Texas; E B C oe, Baltmore, Frank Lentz, Brinkley, Ark.; H. 8. Brooks, Corinth; W W Flannagan , Corinth; Bair and Morrison, Flanaula, Ala.; B M McBerain, Bristol, Tent., Bascln Whitehurst! Burnsville; G HPotter, Mem phis; John Armstrong and wife, PsllasUne< C J MUlford, Memphis! 8 B Thompson, Mt Milton, Memphis. MOOR* HOUSE. Joe N. Markov, Memphis; M N Pride, Nashville; E C Nance, 8t. Louis; J F Liten, 8t Louis; Albert Herr, Holly Hprlngs; Henry lUlmrn, Cincinnati; Wm Inge, Corlmh; C 0 Vaughn, Louisville; 8 D Goodwyo, Mem phis; W P MeClynn, Memphis; W T Brown, Dalton, Ga; W 8 Turnsr, Nashville; A 8 Lynch, Ht Louis; Mrs F M Caldwell, Searcy; J 11 Hlneman; Clay Anderson. 8t Louis; J W C Wright Memphis; Georg* Walton, Mem phis; L W Wershaw, Corinth,: J W Rather, Bpring Valley, Ala DEMOCRATIC TICK ET. FOR CONGRESS, HON. JOHN M. ALLFN, OF LEE. Andrew G. Curtin, the war gov ernor of Pennsylvania, died last JSun day in his 80th yoar. Oliver Wendell Holmes, the polish ed scholar, poet, and physician, died at his homo in Boston on the 7th inst The railroad mileage of the United States in 1890 was 166,706 miles, and the average value of railroad por mile is $80,000 President Cleveland would lend no encouragement to the New York bolters, so there will be no anti-Hill faction candidate in the race for governor. It is to be hoped when Fitzsimmons l ond Corbett come together they will each kill the other, and give the peo ple of the country a rest There is en tirely to much being said about the bullies in tho public Jpress.—Natchez Democrat. A bad wreck occurred last Sunday on the Southern railroad, near Bristol, Tenn., the cars being ditched and burned to ashes. Miraculous as it may seem on one was killed, though several are so badly injured that it is thought they will die. When Devi P. Morton was notified of his nomination he asked the commit tee to step to his sideboard and have something with him; when Dayid B Hill was notified ho told the commit tee to get out and hustle.—Commer. cial Appeal. r—- --—^ Cardinal Gibbons addressed himself to the ladies principally at the Balti more cathedral last Sunday, and on the subject of woman suffrage, had this to say: ‘-rhe proper sphere oi w oman is in the home, and the more influence she gains in public life, the more she will lose in private life. While the men are tho sovereigns of the country, their wives commaud them, and therefore oxent a controlling power. Above all things take care of your homes.” The Commercial Appeal last Tues day published a startling expose of the facts in regard to the lousiana sugar bounty. It disclosed the startling fact | that under the McKinley bill that planters by way of mere bonus re ceived |57 per acre on their cane fields; that 471 persons received from the government fll.699,741 bounty. If the Democratic Congress had done no more than repeal the law which stufled the pockets of these planters with gold it would deserve the confi dence and support of the American people. It has been said that representative Wilson will be defeated in his own district another term. It is true that money has been lavishly spent against him because he took the load in shaping the new tariff. Steve Elkins has worked up a conspiracy among coal corporations to bull doze the the miners into voting against Wilson, the penalty if they do not do so is to be the loss of their jobs. Itisbelioved that for every vote the democrats lose by such methods will bo counter I balanced by two from the independent farmers of the district. HARRIS' CIRCJS First Class Entertainments Given Yesterdat. Harris’ Nickel Plate shows gave two exhibitions in this city yesterday aiter noon and evening. The show is one that cannot fail to delight even the moat critical, for the absence of those old features which are seen in nearly every circus on the road was very noticable. Colonel Harris makes a feature of giving everything he advertises, and so it was last night; everything that had been promised was given, to the de light of the audience. Zela, the contortionist, is a wonder, and his act with the clown who gooB fishing and catches this actor in the form of a frog, is very amusing.— Jacksonville (Fla.,) Times-Union, March 3rd, 1894. j Dr. Price’s Cream Baking; Powder I World’s Fair Highest Award. “The most unique Sunday school in the world,,, says the Cincinnati Trib une, “is on the line of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St Louis Railroad. President Thomas is an ardent Sunday school man, and inaugurated a sys tem among the telegraph operators along the line. One of the lightning manipulators at Nashville acts as a teacher, and uses the regular lesson leaf. The class is composed of the operators between Nashville and Chattanooga, and the lesson is con ducted as though all were present. except that the questions and answers I are Bent by telegraph. The comment of the teacher are sent down the line and the clasB is dismissed, going back to their work the Bame as on any other day.” Eifl If! I# fir it? nuVt5 IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICECOcts G ALATIA, TI LS., Nov. 16,1383. Parts Medicine Co., hi. Louis, Mo. CoatlomoD:—We sold last year, TOO bottlos o QliOVK'R TARTKI.lCeB CHILL TONIC and ha*. iXiughl three grot* already thta yt ar. In all oar r .lerienee of 14 yesra. In tbc drug tn;ab.eca. h: •>.ver add an nrtide that gavo inch unlTorna] M your iiMlv., lvui.lrul), ▲jtxxr.CAna i There is no medicine so ofton need ed in every home and so admirably adapted to the purposes for which it is intended, as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. Hardly a week passes b ut some mem ber of the family has need of it A toothache or headache may be cured by it. A touch of rheumatism or neu ralgia quieted. Tlie severe pain of a burn or scald promptly relieved and the sore healed in much less time than when medicine has to be sent for. A sprain may be promptly treated be fore inflamation sets in, which insures a cure in about one-third of the time otherwise required. Cuts and bruis es should receive immediate treatment before the parts become swollen, which can only be done when Pain Balm is kept at hand. A sore throat may bo cured before itbecomes serious. A troublesome corn may be removed by applying it twice a day for a week or two. A lame back may be cured and several days of vaiubale time sav ed or a pain in the nide or chest re lieved without paying a doctors bill. Procure a 60 cent bottle at once and you will never regret it. For sale by J. H. Moore. r*S»*vN*Y*'l*>*r*y*>*y*yA In /Poor i • j , ’means so much more than 1, . ’you imagine—serious and' ,'fatal diseases result from*, ! , 'trifling ailments neglected.', , ’ Don’t play with Nature’s', , 'greatest gilt—health. i If you are feeling V i out oi sorts, weak JB t SU . and generally ex* a • iR'TAliZTTlC hauaied, tieivous, i < have no appetite J , *mJ cant work. P :Iron » t. r». A few bet- ^ « • a a tle* <*t»re—benefit V ■ ' riitt^rc » JL£ A L * stain yevr y . 1 teeth, a i • I h % ; »_I nieusun: i • t..*:e. . ■!!■! I IIU .-WPU V It Cures * Dyspepsia, Kidney and Live, f Neuralgia, Troubles, ^ Constipation, Bad BlooJ Malaria, Nervous ailment. Women’s complaint,,. _ r-t only the genuine—il has r • r.- • b I.mics on the wiappcr. All oihtr, , % stiiutts On receipt of two ac .• r will a«.nd set of 'ld i Bcnutu. v 5 Fair Vkwi an 1 book—ti< * BROWN CHFD!'-.'L n P 7. «J. -■* r BLOOD BALM. A household remedy for all Blood and S.klnJ5,sea8fc8 Cures without fall, Scyof. ala. t Iren, Bheematlsiii, Catarrh, Salt Bhram and every form of Blood Disease from the simplest pimple to the foulest Ulcer. Fifty years’ use with unvarying success, dem onstrates Its paramount healing, purify ing and building up virtues. One bottle has ore curative virtue than a dozen of ■ any other klud. It builds up the health and strength from tho first dose. PTWRITE for Book of IFon* "Will twrej, oent free on appti Haot kept by your locel druggist, send »L0» for a Urge bottle, or *6.00 for six bot Mrmeaiotae 11 be sent, freight B BLOOD BALM CO., Marts, to. __ ~ ^~ ^ jg Established in 1H70. DEALEIt IN FANCY GROCERIES, Plantation supplies, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Q,ueensware, Hides, Furs, Etc. 1TTKA, MISS. Dm^riCHENTOXPS Heals Wounds Without Imflamation. It COOI.S, SOOTHS Ac HEALS wsmows w&m. CURES caiic, TOO, IN MAN OR BEAST. It makes friends of all who try it. S D McEnery, Ex-Governor of La. 8 L James, Lessee 1a Pent I tertiary. O B Steele, ex-Auditor of La. I)r G K Pratt, New Orleans, La. G P Maloney. Dentist, New Orleans, La. T K Roach, Can hie r Nat’l Bank, N. O. T P Leathers, Master Steamer Natcbea Dr J S Carothers, Shannon, Mias. Dr W H Anderson. Pickens, Miss. Dr T H S Smith, Natchez, “ Dr D M Me Kao, Waynesboro, “ Prof B G Lowrey. Blue Mountain. Judge F A Critz, West Point, Miss. J W Kingsley, Mayor of Troy, Miss. P M B Wait, Sheriff, Senatobla, “ G W Dudley, Ripley, “ J J Chambers Iuka Miss. Edwin Merrill, “ “ 8 W Shockley, Iuka, Miss. J D Powell, “ “ LeeNlehals, Byhalia, “ P' L Kinoonnon. Verona Miss. Bhelpy Topp, Tupelo, " K J Brooks, Saltillo, “ J H McGee, Geeville, “ W H McGowan, Mayer of Ellisville. W Yerger, Mayor of Greenville, MU®. H W Wllatn, ex-MarshalL Meridian. CD Miller, Marshall of Magnolia B 8 Hull, Holly Springe, Miaa J 5 Coyle, Pot ® Camp, “ J W McLean Jackson, “ Vinoent Piazza, Vicksburg, Mite. Rev 8 G Cooper, Tupelo. “ Rev T N Rhymes, Kosciusko, 11 Mrs M A Hitt, Lauderdale, “ Mr® M W Tidwell, Carrolton, Mies. Mrs Annie Whitley, Tunica, Mr® P W Hickey, Greeuwood, •* Mrs M J Bright, Shannon, MrsDrBro^n, Amorv, B W Webb, | Brazil Bros , Nettle ton, W R Whitesides. Boonvllie I Farr Bros., Corinth G W King, Hernando | 8 F Magee, Brookhaven, J B Jones, '* J W Da a, McCoal, T C Edvi rda, Bhuquaiaa W N Hogan, wtarkville, W A Monaghan, Tupelo, Mis® For Sale by J. H. Moore at 50 cts a Bottle. Try it Once. - - Use it Alwasy. GEORGE P. H1MMERLY, headquarters for § k mmm m, IUKA. - . MISS: Lumber, Doors, Saab. Blinds, Glass, Iron. Nails. Groceries, Paints, Oils. Hubs, Spokes and C'arponters and Farming Tools and Harness. Will Supplies aM General Mercfiandise Call tor what you want and if it ig not in stock I will order for you at once. School Books and Stationery. TERMS CASH. Have Your 6LOTHES nr>ade to Order A\ercb&ot TaJIor$. Tt>cy Ouar&Qtec to Pit ad* Pleiac You. LARGEST ASSORTMENT. ^LOWEST PRISES. LOOK AT TNKIA OAMPLCO AT 0. L. WATSON’S, Iuka, Miss ■ _ _