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LIV* AND LET LIVE. VOL XII NO 27 IUKA, MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1894. TERMS—SI.00 PER YEAR PROFESSIONAL, yy A. llODGF.S, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Iuka, : : : : : Miss. . J )RS. CARMACK & ALEXANDER, c Physicians anti Surgeons, c Iuka, Mis*. r We have a full and complete line of * Prescription Drugs. Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night Office in the old post office building, april 26. i ^yr b. ellis, 4 Attorney at-Law, t Iuka, Miss, t _ I IJOTEL BARBER SHOP, ' GEORGE ARMSTRONG, Prop’r. Newly fitted up, now chair, new ] ture and every thing hrst class. A < class barber in ohurge. Shop uu er , office. v XV. SHOCKLEY, ToDHoriiil Artist. t Iuka. Miss. 0 S Shaving, Hair Cutting, and Sham- s pooing done in the latest and most ^ popular styles. Nicely furnished shop t on front row. Call and give me your wont. “j.TI. MOORE, !; Ln !' Prescriptionist; ILKA, MISSISSIPPI. 1 Fresh Drugs and i A full line of all Proprietory Medicines. Ij Perfumes, Toilet articles etc. A full lino of Stationery. Fine Cigars and j tobacco a specialty. march 15. j if fill IT H ■ \fUmplaIrwtoUioMbj-comlny .MUi., | 'iUI.11 I UN's rbk. quick Mira. Terri Lory firm. | ilZ^U^JLprLiiesstl-’fsrUonkUsrftntoffil. Ailtlrtsl Ml. SCOTT. 842 Broadway. NEW YORK. I tSJUSTASCSdU FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED, PRICiaCOctS. Galatia, Ills., Nut. VS, 1SV3. Ports Mtdiclno Ct>„ Bt.iuula.Mo. Gentlemen:—\7t' suns last yuar, AGO bottles of GHOVE’S TASTR1.KS9 Lllll.i, TOKIC «ind huvs 1 ouiihL three itriws slru-ulv this year, to Oil oar OX* ucrtonca of 14 your,. L, th-j tltus t,tn.lnefla, Uuvt uoTer sola on srtlrlu u.ot aavo such unlrureal cstt* LnuGun os your Tunic. Tours truly, ASTir.risn A p City Market. Corn, jicr bushel, new.36 to 40 Meal, per bu9hol. 00 New meal, per bushel. 60 Potatoes, Irish, per bushel,. .00 to 1 00 Potatoes, Sweet, per bushel,. 20 to 30 Fleur, per barrel.3. to 4.00 Meat. bulk, per pound. 9 to 10 Huron,. ... . 10 to 11 llnmB cured, per pound. 14 Apples dried, per pouud. 6 to 8 ltice, per pound... 8to 10 Hides, green, per pound. 11-2 Hides, dry, per pound.. 2J to 4 Putter, per pound. ... 16 to 20 Eggs, per dozen.10 to 12 Onions, per bushel.1.00, 1.26 Molasses, per gallon. 30 to 60 .Sorghum, per gallon. 25 to SO Chickens,. 10 to 16 Cinseng, . *1.60 CofTee, per pound, 4 & 4J lbs f*r *1 Sugar, per pound,. 14 to 20 lbs for $1 Honey, per pound,. 10 Dr. Price’s Cream Baking: Powder Awarded Gold Msdal Midwinter Fair, San Francisco. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONC.KESS. HON. JOHN M. ALLFN, or LEE. Four times as many lives are lost In this mntry by railroads as in England. Boonvl's people have begun shipping lirysantheramus, ami realize considerable iturns every season from this industry lone. —i J1WJ ...1 .LU1 J» The Pontotoc Sentinel is anxious toorgan :e a party and get up a 'possum hunt ikau* fiml great sport in chasing the sly ;nard, but we have never ventured out in uest of marsupial quadruped. 1 he remains of the illustrious E. Q. C. a mar were removed from Macon, Ga., and uterred at the Oxford city cemetery last riday. The friends of this peerless states man ami jurist w ill rejoice to know that his ody is at rest In the soil of Mississippi. Geo D. Barnard, R k T. A. Eunis k Co, farshall, Bruce $ C®., plead guilty to the harge of forming a trust at the Aberdeen suit and were lined*100 und c »st. They 111 probably stand indicted in every coun r in the State where they have contracts. A Prentiss county farmer raised seventy' ve bushels of corn from a measured acre r land this year. Another farmer in the ime county realized 1150 bushels from five cres, has sold the corn for cash, and put lie money out at interest. They declare hey wi.l bid king cotton a long farewell. Next Tuesday twenty-one states will aaku the r choice for Htute ottlcen and Minbers of tbe lejiislat urvs. As the light as been made almost exclusively on 11a lonal issueH it is thought tliut the result rill Indicate whether or not it is possible to leet another democratic president. F.x-Npeiikor, Thomas B. Beed, of Maine, ays that will! the possible exception of Bill IcKinley no reptilian favors the reenaot aeut of the McKinley law. The reaaon of his broad statement from tbe ex-spoukcr , that tie sees how the present tariff law is corking into public favor with tho masses. 1 few months ago Mr. Bfrd was very severe u this arraignment of the present taiirt aw. and his minority report on the Wilton dll, written by himself, shows in wltul ligh esteem be held the McKinley bil lorn Heed is cue of those men w ho oan'tlw Tinted. T here will be a meeting of tbe State Hortl cultural Society at Boonville Nov. 14, 1 ind 1<». The very fact that the people o the little city of Boonville and surroundini country engage in this kind of ugriculturi izplains why they nre so thrifty and hide pendent to-day. The soil of I ishoming Bounty is admirably adapted to diversifiei farming, and if people ever wake from tliei ileep on these questions there is at leaat ai easy and independent living waiting fo them. It would he greatly to the interes of some of our citizens if they would attem this meeting and in ar these horticulturist: liiscuHs these important questions whicl have groat meaning to our people. The following soliloquy wi.l of course lx recognized as coming from the pen of tin inimitable Stowers, of the Oxford Globe: ‘ In these sober matter-of fact days, wh«i i very thing is reduced to law, explained unt accounted for; when, dally, new and aston thing discoveriej an l inventions nre an aouccod, and hourly the impossible become! possible; the inconceivable, conceivable when space becomes near y annihilated, when personal concourse with friend* miles aw ay is easy, and to hear tho voices ?i the dead no longer an impossibility — it U refreshing to meet with an incident whicl which sober common sense is at a loss to ex plftin. Yes, to explain why some few ol :mr citizens who have made a success of life Unanoially, should be so opposed to any im provement or advancement of the town.” Third Party Ideas of Law Tyne*, Miss, Oct 81.—A populist dowr liere being informed that the law of supph and demand regulated prices announce* that he wou'd vote for no man for otticM who was not in favor of the repeal of that law. Some of the populist down here believe that the free unci unlimited coinage of *11 ver means that the govorment coin It an* distribute it among the people free and ii unlimited quanti les to all who apply for It We assert that there arc third-party advo cates in this country who believe that anil can produce the evidence. One reason why we object and are op posed to the populist theory ot finance L ihat we do not believe in such a profuse ind indiscrimenate waste of paper. H.L.T. Croup is a terror to yo mg mothers. T* post ihem concerning the tirst symptom*, and treatment is the object of this item. Die first indication of croup is hoarseness, [u a eliild who is subject of croup it may b« taken as a sure sigh of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a pe culiar, rough cough. If Chamberlaln’i Cough remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoaree or even after the rough sough has appeared it will prevent the at tack. It has never been known to fail. 2d ind 50 cent bottles for sale by J, H. Moore. Dr. Price's Cream Bakins Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Land Loan Scheme Dissected. Tynes, Mins., Oct. 31.—This measure con templates that the government shall Issue an irredeemable paper currency sufficient to loan each farmer money suitable to hie wants, und take a mortgage on his land at two per cent Interest. The first idea that presents itself Is the vast amount of fiat ■ money the government would have to issue to plaster the farms of the United .States. This enormus sum of irredeemable il actuat ing currency is sufficient of its self to dis bur the subject from further thought and discussion by sensible people. But ae the populist insist upon dis usslon this ques tion we will notice some of Its features. In reviving the history of our currency we , fii»d that France once had its finances based upon a scheme si molar to the presont one proposed by the third partyites, The French aaeignats were irredeemable in na tional domaine, and history tells us that the nominal value of the domains Increased ex actly in proportion as thut of the nS'tmiat* declined, and finally a as-ignat of the high est denomination would not pay for a single sol. Tnis is the system of finance the pops want to eet up. National people j should hesitate before they embark in such j crusade. Kveiy attempt that haw been made in this direction bus been attended with disaster. Populist speakers never more fully be tray their ignorance than when they at tempt to discuss and to expound the money question. France is the only government that has ever attempted a paper money scheme and she learned a lesson that will not be forgotten soon. It was ihe votes of John Lan's bank w hich proved to be the financial ruin ot thousands of people. The money was thrown out in the streets of Purls, where it lined the sidewalks to be tread upon aud spit upon as cemmon gar bage. The populist frequently mention the assigns s of France as an illustration to prove their theory correct The fact is that money of the French proves all against theia. Several bills wore lntioduced by populist representatives in the last con gress looking to the absorption of land by the government. One of there bills was fathered by reprt sentative Davis, of Kan sas. This measure of Mr. Davis’ wanted all in irtgages on land foreclosed by the gov ernment, forbid lug luterfearanoe of state laws, etc., viz: That when any person folding a mortgage on land, and it fell due, that ho or they should go to the county clerk and receive an abstract of title, for ward the same to the Treasurer at \Vashing ton uno receive flat money as pay, and that the owner should pay one per cent per annum for twenty years. At the expira tion of said time if the debt was unpaid the government should assume ownership of » the laud. No arrangement of any kind w*aa ’ proposed in this and similar bills to evei • alienate the land from the government > All the propositions and measures proposed by the populist are derived from Edward ) Bellamy, its founder, and nls teachings art L that the government should own all prop • erty. After such results have bopn a c corn i plished there will be no chance m life - other than that of government servitude. The whole people will be placed in the i same relation to the government. The • people occupied towards the r masters be fore tho war. That Is it in plain worda H LT. Henry Wilson, the postmaster at Welah ton, Florida, says he cured a case of diarr hoea of long standing In six hours, with ene small bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. What a plea* ent surprise that must have been to the sufferer. Such cures are not uuusual with this remedy. In many instances only one or two doses are required to give perma nent relief. It can always be depended up on. When reduced with water it is pleas ant to to take. For sale by .T. H. Mooro. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. | To Eliza both Mitchell, James Mitchell, John ]>. Mitchell, Bain Mitchell, Nancy Mitchell, Kite Mitchell, David Mitchell, W. T Mitchell and John A. Mitchell heirs at law or Joseph Mitchell, deceased. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Tisho mingo in said state, on the first Monday of December, 1BW, to defend the suit in said Court of Mr. M. L. Harris, wherein you are defendants. This^JUth day of Octooer, IBM. P. W. Patterson Clerk. Candl r A Candler Bole for Compile. INSPECTORS OF ELECTION. Iuka—R. Castle berry, J. C. Anderson, J. J. Blythe, managers; A. B. Patterson, bailiff East Port-C. A. Hill, Thos. Biggs, T. A. Long, managers; J. S. Long, bail if. Coles Mill—D. A. Adams, W. H. Skinner, W. A Flynt, managers; Thos- Biackenev, bailiff. Burnsville—J. T. Foiubv, Richard Robin son, T. C. Meador, managers; T. J. Adam, bai i iff. liberty—T. A. Rutledge, J. W. Jourdan J A. Davis, managers; Oacur Rutledge, bail Ilf. Rutledge-J. H. Finch, Jas. Bllsset, W. W. Milford, managers; R. T. Rutledge, bailiff. Paiadlse Jack'I ankealy, J. W. Harvey, F. M. Blunt managers; J. B. Clifton, bailiff. Burnt Mills—W. A. McRae K. W. I’adcu, E N. Reno, malingers; Jno. Wurt, balilff. Bay Springs—J. T. Butler, Hobt. Harnett, Joseph Harrison, managers; W. H. Lindsay, I bailiff. I Providence—T. B. Lindsy, Lewis Deatere, W. A. Martin, managers; C. L. Philips, baldf. bucklens Arnica saive. The best salve in the world for cuta bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuni, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures pites, er no pvy required. It is guar* anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or p’O.ey uuded- Price 25 cents per box For ■ale by J. H. Moore The Maxim flying machine is a par tial success, at least. His machine with its great Happing wings actually rises in the air and Hies for a short distance. He has not yet perfected it so that it will fly for a long trip but it would seem that the desired result may soon bo reached. The day of practical, commercial flying machines is Boar at hand. It is generally supposed that when a man's heart pulsations go down to 40 u minute death will follow unless re storatives are administered. Parisian doctors are now, it is said, puzzeled over a man, in one of the hospitals, whose pulsations have sunk as low as 18'a minute, although to all appear ances he is well and strong.—Scientific Aincrieun. --—♦ ♦ m t>o You Want a Situation? Prof Wiibnr K. nmitb, Lexington, Ky. ror 10 year* rres idont of Ihc re nowned Cornmer c al College of Kentuekey Uni versity, gives special attention to securing situa tions for tils grad uuttB. Cost of Busines Cou se about $90, inc’.ud . ~ . in- Tuition and iimRoTOM kt. B iard in a family Prof smith has keep books! several years Vice-President of a bank; World’s Fair Commissioner from Ken tuckoy, and a reliab « business man. Among the 10,000 graduates of the Profs. Smith, arc 100 in banks, 100 of ficials from this and other states. Prof. E. W. Smith, Princpal of the College referred to. was awarded the Medal at World's Columbian Exposition for Book-keeping, etc. If you wish a Business Education, or a knowledge of Phonography, Type writing or Telegrapghy at the least cost, with Diploma from Kentucky University on graduation, wo advise you lo cut this out and write for ciru lars to Prof. W. 11. Smith, I^xlngton, Kentucky. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of annjoh&rie. N. Y. says that he always keeps Dr, Kings New Dis cobery in the bouse and his family has al ways found the very bsst results follow its use; that he would not be without it, if pro curable. G. A Dykeman Druggist. Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King s New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough remedy; |th it he has used It in his family for 8 pears, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried ! and tested. Trial bottles fres at J. II | Moore’s drug store. Ilegular size 50c. and •1.00. Jn * « Poor : Health • i , ’ means so much mere than1, , ‘you imagine—serious r.nd\ ,‘fatal diseases result from1*, , ’ trifling ailments neglected. , 1 Don’t play with Nature’s •, , ‘greatest gilt—health. ", .% iff. out ol sorts, weak H 3 and generally ex* \ hat:»ied, nervous, Jf ' JJIUWi O h'50 1 , * v ' ' *and can t work, J , at ciicetak- \ , V iii|f the moat itlia- S' i 2 rvtei We itrenirilietiiiii 1 i I I I II I medicine,which is J , A1 \jJLX Bvotvn * Iron Bit- 5 h_ tt-rs. A few bot- J , YY • a t’c* cur#-benefit 1 1 .44 — ^ corns* fro in the 1 ■, outers w/'vu'",w , y filth, N I <1 II |\ ,_ FiL-asaiA u l.-.lcc. / l. f / It Cures \ 1 Dyspepsia, Kidney end Liver 1 ' Neuralgia, Trouble?, ( ’ Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women’s complaint'!. , «y the genuine— it Inn croaaed red he wra;ij>ei. All others ate sub- r On rt<ti)>t of two ac. siatnt>» wr act cl « Beautiful VurW'i1 *1 at. I Look—J;ce. rHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. From Belmont. Balmont, Miss. Oet 31.—People ■ have the blues over the low price of ] cotton. Corn is plentiful and being; ! rapidly housed. Some are paying two ■ cants tor cotton in the seed and cotn | plain at that. The scarcity of silver , is making things quite dull. Some good democrats are contending free trade is not the host, but we think any i thing is better than populism. Every thing is quit except tho closing out of < | a mortgage occassional. G.M. • New York Store—. ... JUST OPENED UP! G000S MUST GO IF PRICES WILL SELL ’EM. r'*Ht *s Clicn |», And we don't cure to waste any words on our Bow stock of goods, ennaWt lng of Clothing, Shoes. Ladies Cloaks, Jackets und (rent* Furnishing (1 >ods. J hey are of course right in sty le, color and pi ice, What we wunt is to get the people to visit our store. The goods will do the talking better than anything we can say BO? TEJ ^Penl with us will buy as much us Sm Five Do'luts elsewhere. Ifi^ ou want fit and durability nobody can suit you better than we can. You will find us between the Barber Shop and Racket Store. The New York Store. DR TICHENOR’S Heals Wounds Without Imflamation. It COOIjS, SOOTHS Ac HEALS CURES COLIC TOO, IN MAN OR BEAST. Jt makes friends of nil who try it & D Mi Enery, Ex-Governor of La. S L James, Ihjbm'c La Peniit* ntlary. 0 B Ste. iw/ex-Auditor of La. l)r G K Prntt, New Orleans, La. G P Malt nev. Dentist. New' Orleans, La. T It Bo:ch, C:*f hler Nat’l Pauk, N. O T P Leathers, Master Steamer Natchex Or J s Carothers, Blmnn< n, MIhb. Dr W H AuderKou. Pickens, Miss. Dr T Ha Smith, Natchez, Or D M Me La , Wavne-boro, “ Pr**f B G Low rey. Blue Mountain. Judjre F A i ritz, West Point, Mis-*. J W Kingsley, Mayor of Troy, Miss. P M B Walt.’ Sheriff, Kenatobia, “ :» W Dudley, Ripley. 1 J Chamb«?rn Iuka* Miss. Edwin Merrill. *l “ i W Shock lev, Iuka, Miss. I D Powell. “ LeeNlehals. Byhalla, “ V L Kinoannon. Verona, Miss. SheIpy Topp. Tupelo, It J Brooks, Salti lo, “ J H McG- e, Geevilie, “ W H McGowan, Mayor of Ellisville. W Yeiger, Mayor of Greenville, Miss. II W Wiisen, ex-Marshall, Meridian. CU ' iller, nrsha'l of Magnolia. B 8 Hull, Holly •'•piings, Miss. J N Coyle, Pot's Camp, “ J W McLean Juckson, “ Vincent Piazza, Vicksburg, Miss. I Rev 8 G Cooper, Tupelo, ' Rev T N Rhyme*. Ko-oiueko, “ Mm M A Hitt, Lauderda e, “ : Mrs \i WTidwell, Carrol on, Miss. : Mrs Annie Whitley, Tunica. Mrs P W Hickey. Greet.wood, •« Mrs M J Bright, Shannon, 44 Mrs Dr Brown, Amory, “ B W Webb, Brazil Bros., Nettleton, 44 W It Whitesides, Bocnville, •* Farr Broa, Corinth 44 G W King. Hernando 44 8 F Magee, Brookhaven, 44 .1 B J< n n, 4 »• i J W Da *»b, McCosl. T C Ed virds. Shmpmia*. “ l W N Hogan, Htarkville, *• I W A Monoghan, Tupelo, Miss. ror bale by J. 11, Moore at 00 cts a Bottle. Try it Once. - - Use it Always. A\ercbai?t Tailor?. I ill Tl>ey Guarantee to Pit and Please You. LARGEST ASSORTMENT. tLJri '^►LOWEST PRISES. LOOK AT THEIR SAMPLES AT O ju. WATSON’S, luka, Miss $5,000 for 50 Cents! DO YOU WANT IT? YOU STAND AN EQUAL CHANCE WITH ANY ONE TO GET IT, AND HERE IS HOW IT MA Y BE DONE: THE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL, in order to secure the largest circulation of any weekly in the 8nuth, offers a prize of the magnificent «uro of SO .poo irk Oasta. to the subscriber guessing nearest the number of bales of cotton received in Memphis from September 1, 1894, to May 15, 1895, as follows: If the correct or nearest to the correct guess is re ceived In the month of October, . . it gets in cash $5,000. / If in November, . it gets in cash 4.00 i. I If in December, . it gets in cash 8.0w. ; If in January, 1895, it gets in cash 2,000. ) If in February, 1895, it gets In cash 1,500. ( If ill March, 1855, it gets in cash 1,000. V If in April, . 1895, it gets in cash 500. Tbe contest closes in April, but the nearest guess first repaired wl 1 be awarded the prize. As a guide for making a guess, the receipts in Memphis in former years were as fallows: Up to tbe l*th of May, 1S1I1 .707,tan bales. ,r *. I'M.745.104 " .* “ ” 1893.410.588 •• •' i»J4.474.861 " * 1885,.How many? Id orler to get e guess for th s Great Oasb I’rire, you hava only to aond 50 rent* for a year's subscription to tbe WKF.KI.Y COMMERCIAL APPEAL. One Du lar will get two guaaaes endtb. pepsrfar two years, and for **.00 tba paper to lire subscribers with five guesses. Old subscribers ran lake adsentage of tbit great offer aud bars a guess and tha'r time extended on; year. Those wining te have the paper sent to a Irlenu can do s i end have the gness credited to the sender. If two correct ens.se, are received, or If two subscriber! who ere nearest bars the tame gueae, tbe Bretons received gets the l.riae. Don't deley in eubsertbing In the flr.t nlecj you need the Weekly Commercial Appeal; your wife needs It; your children need it- tout ‘Ann newts it. and your stock need it. and. besides. you may get the id. uuu. aud you need that The Weekly Commercial Appeal la s peper full of .be news from all parte of tbe l n to'l States and eeery portion of ttte globe, with a Farm Department, a Household end e Children's Department, a Veterinary column, to all of which every reader is invitee t. ooutr bate or ask Questions for thenuelves about their Mock, their crops. Me. It la the beet family newspaper la ths South and the cheapest lu tb« world—only *0 cents a year, dhd awry one who sends at Tecta will get this Great family Weekly one year and have e chance to ^_WIN THE £6,000 PRIZE__ No gnaw will be ooanted nnleee aeeompani-d by 10 cent! for the paper, and both tba gnaw and tha money must be sent at one time. Free Sample Copy sent on tu.pllwtien .TjtUW to seni byTo. Money Order. An order for lees tLn.U coetoonlj"' cents. Liberal teems to agents- Write for particulars and free samples. Addntt COMMERCIAL APPEAL. Memphis, Ttnn. riie iukit v iDiii i TE and the Com caercial Appeal for $1.10 cash.