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/ £/ / /C THE IUKl YIDETTE. LIVE ANI> LET LIVE. VOL XII NO 31 IUKA, MISSISSIPPI, THURSDA^T, NOVEMBER 22, 1894. ^KRMS-*L00 PER YEAR PROFESSIONAL,, yyr A. HODGES, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Il'KA. : : : : : MlSS. 2JKS. CARMACK* ALEXANDER, Physicians and Surgeons, ICKA, MlSS. Wm havo a full and complete lino of Prescription Drugs. Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. Office in the old post office building, april 26. B. ELLIS, Attorney-at- Law, line a. Miss. j[JOTHL BARBER SHOP, GEORGE ARMSTRONG, Prop’r. i Newly fitted up, new chair, new furnl- ' ture and everything first emus. \ first chins barber in charge. Shop under hotel office U W. SHOCKLEY, iJa i Ton»soi-ial -Artist. , Iuka, Miss. Shaving, liair Cutting, and Sham pooing done in the latest and most popular styles. Nicely furnished shop ot^ front row. Call and give me your , J. TT. MOORE, Druggist AND Fresh Drugs and A full lino of all Proprietory Medicines. Perfume*. Toilet articles otc. A full lino of Stationery. Fine Cigars and tobacco a anecialty . march 15. Legal Notices NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. STATE Or M S8I8SIPPI. To Elisabeth Mitchell. Jain b Mitchell, John I). Mitchell, Sam Mitchell, Nancy Mitchell. Kate Mitchell, David Mitchell, W. T hjltchell nnd John A Mitchell heirs at. law of Joseph Mitchell, deceased. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the Oount.v of Tisho initgo »n mild state, on the first Monday of December, 1894, to defend the suit in paid Court of Mr. M. L. Harris, wherein you are defendants. This‘J9th day of Octocer, 1894. * T\ W. Patterson Clerk. Candl r A Candler Sols for Complts. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. By virtue of a decree of the Chancery C urt of Tishomingo county,, Mississippi, rendered on the6th day of December 1893 In the matter of the administration of the estate of George Harvey deceased. I will on Monday, tho 8d day of D comber 1894 within 1 gal hours at the court house door in the tewu of Iuka, expose for sale to the highest bidder for cash the following lands situated in said County and State, to-wit: The undivided half Interest in west half of •eotion 17, township 8, range 10; east half of section 18, township 3,range 10; north-west quarter of section 20, township 3, range 10, north-east quarter section 19, township 3, range 10 containing 960 acres and the un divided half interest will be eold in one body and the purchaser required to pay his •old to pay legacies and cash of administra tion. A. T. ScBtoos Ailin' r IX B. N. C T. A. of Mr. George Har vey, deceased. Candler & Candler solicitors for estate. November il, 1H91. Clean and Bright Home Paper. That the South la now the favored sec tion of this country Is a fact universally admitted, and this happy condition la splendidly reflected by the Memphis Sun day Times, which has for over ton years been a leading society, literary and mts celloneous publication, designed to enter tain and Instruct the home circle. With its issue of Ootober 81, The Times took on a more elaborate form, enlarged to sixteen pages on superior book-paper, with hand some and entertaining illustrations, comic and otherwise. The improvement Is perma nent, and to get a clearer idea of Its beauty and value, order a sample copy, which will be sent free of churge. The publishers de sire an agent and correspondent in every town and community In the South, and will extend unusual inducements to right part ies. It Is the only publication in the South opening Its columns to weekly social re views from points generally ^outside of Memphis, and in this respect is easily made local to every community. Terms to agents end correspondents promptly furnished on •pplication, and this is’the beBt time to take up the work. Ladies or gentlemen are eligible. Dr. Price’s Craam Baking Powder AwaoM Gold Mtad Xidwlesw Fsk, fas Prmdaeo. The entire issue of bonds by Secre ary Carlisle was sold to a New York tanker at 2 7-8 per cent. Yale University again won the vic tory in the great foot ball contest, rho score stood 12 to 4. Governor Stone has recovered ’ otn a surgical operation on his face, md is able to resume his work as chief ixecutive. The returns of the Tennessee elec ion have never been announced, and 10 one can tell who will be counted in, I'ui ney or Evans. President Cleveland has not been to ho White House for several weeks, be ng afflicted with a painful attack of heumatic gout._ It is said that evidence against How ;ate, the defaulting Disbursing officer if the Signal Service fourteen years igo, is so meugor that tho suit will irobably be dismissed. The Vicksburg Post in a recent irticle summed up the losses of steam >oats on the Yazoo River by fire since he war. The number was 111 and heir value estimated at 000,000. Reuben Kolb, the crazy pnnulite of Uabama. says by the grace of God he will take hie scat as governor in De lember. Gov. Jones says it is his duty 0 install YV C. Oates governor, and Dy he grace of God he will do it. The University of Mississippi foot >all team has met with brilliant vic ories in every engagement this sea ion, with one exception. In other ines the University stands along with he best institutions of its kind. It is generally believed that thodem icratic House will make an open al ack on the bond issue of the Presi lent. The action may have been un vise and impolitic, but we fail to see where any good is to come from such in attack. Some robbers attempted to break in 1 store at Friars Point last week, rbey shot and seriously wounded Henry Fitzgerald who interposed to thwart them in their undertaking. They were followed by a posse and one was killed, the other escaped ser iously injured. The people of this country are wait ing anxiously for the time to come in which the mossago of the President ihall be made public. The very de eded ideas which the President holds n regard to our financial system adds treat weight to the importance of this locument Henry Wilson, the pnstmastar at Welsh lon, Florida, says he cured a case of diarr iocb of long standing in six hours, with one unall bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol ■ra an l Diarrhoea Remedy. What a pleas* int surprise that must have been to the luffcrer. Such cures are not unusual with his remedy. In many Instances only one >r two doses are required to give perma lent relief. It can always be depended up >n. When reduced with water it Is pleas ant to to take. For sale by J. H. Moore. IT MAY DO AS MUCH FOR YOU. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving. 111. writes ,hat he had a severe kidney trouble for nany years, with severe pains in his nack, and also that his bladder was af fected. He tried many so called kid ney cures, but without any good re uni* iiuuut a vcm a"u uc uc|'nn bile ise of Electric Bitters and found relief it once. Electric Bitter9 is especially adapted to cure of all kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our state ment . Price only 50c. for large bot ile at J. H. Moore’s drug store. AOE IMPROVES IT. The Youth’s Companion Is soon to"enter ipon the 6lxty-ninth year of Its publication, md as one says who has been a constant reader of Its columns for more than thirty vearB, “It has steadily ipmroved year by year.” Its articles to-day cover the whole leld of life and experience furnishing a vast amount of valuable and entertaining reading of a character not found elsewhere, And of so great a variety that the Compan ion interests alike all members of the family. The Prospectus for the volume of 1895 an nounces an unusual array of attractions, fourteen serial stories, a wealth of short aiories, anecdotes, humorous sketches, ad ventures, science and home articles, timely editorials on all important questions, and more than two hundred original poems of the highest class. Full Prospectus and specimen copies sent free on application. New subscribers who send $1.75 now will receive the paper free to January l, 1895, and one year from that date, it} comes every week. Finely illus trated. The Youth’s Companion, Boston, Km& * Among Our Exchanges. This is the way the poqt of the Henry County (Ha.) Weekly sings the landslide: “Farewell, a long farewell, dear pop! Republicans, how do you do? Democrats call when you’ve longer to stop, There is always a welcome for you,” —o— In Switzerland a milkmaid or man gets hotter wages if gifted with a good voice, because it has been discovered that a cow will yield one-fifth more milk if soothed during the process of milking by a pleasing melody.— Scientific American. —o— A Mississippi girl who was once shocked by lightning, has developed into a freak. Whenever a rainbow appears in the sky the colors of it can bo distinctly traced on her forehead, and on such occasions her face is said to have a bluish tinge. —o — Near Rockledge, Fla., a farmer dis covered a tramp asleep in his barn. He sent for the town marshal to have the man arrested, but when the tramp was being questioned it was discovered that ho was a long lost brother of the farmer. He was then invited into the house, and the fatted calf was killed for him.—X. —o— Vice-President Stevenson’s presi dential boom has been ruthlessly cut short by the republican avalanche in Illinois.—Brandon News. If you cast a fellow aside because his state went republican in the last election, where! oh! where! brother, are you going to for your Presidential candidate?—Monticello Press. —o— Under the caption of “Heal Hard Times” Mr. Wade Smith, of Noxubee county. Miss., says the Mobile Register “furnishes his county paper an inter esting list of fifty-three-yoars' old im formation, and expresses the opinion that the people of this generation do not know any thing about hard times This opinion he sustains by quoting from a letter written by his father In 1848, as follows: ‘Money is scarce, cottton 3 cents per pound, corn 124 cents abushel, pork 2 cents, best horses and mules $30 to $50, negro men worth 81000 twelve months ago, selling at $3000. The attention of the 16-to-l free silverites is called to tho fact that in the year 1853 free silver at 16 to 1 was all tho go, and at that time silver was worth 3 cents on the dollar more than gold. If a premium on silver brings poverty prices, would it not be worth while for tho free silverites to consider whither they nre drifting?-' To the Editor of the Vidette:— Sir, If you have a little spare space in your columns we would like to write a few linos. Upon reflection we find the day for the election of our town officials close at hand, and while we don’t manifest but little interest, yet it is a matter in which we should all be interested. If you remember, tho officers we elect now are to serve us for four years. Well, we see more than one candidate for each of the dif ferent offices and we have noth’ug to say against any of them. Of course every man has a choice and so have we. Two candidates are out for mar shai and wa find our friend J. W. Bar nett one of that number. Now it is uselcsi for us to tell you anything about him that you don't know, but It does seem to me that we are under obligations to him that we can not altogether ignore. Ho wa9 born and roared among us. We have been as sociated with him from our boyhood, a great many of us, and while he is a man of but few words, he is a man of strong', determination. He has a high sense of honor and the courage to carry out his convictions. Wehave always found him on the side of right in all moral questions. While we don’t mean to cast any reflections on the other candidate yet we do think that our friend Barnett has the oldest claim on us. This is the first time he has asked anything of us and we think ho should have the office, and we believo that if elected he will make us an offi cer that we will be proud of, so let us all come out on the 11th day of De cember and cast our vote for Jno. W. Barnett for town Marshal. A Voter. Bucklen's Arnica saive. The best salve In the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever soreB, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, »r no ptv required. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or iroaey vinded. Price 25 cents psr box. For sale by J. H. Moore 4 • Croup is a terror to yo mg mothers. To post thorn concerning the tirst symptoms and treatment is the object of this item. The first indication of croup is hoarseness. In a child who is subject of croup it may be, takeu as a Rare sigh of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a pe culiar, rough cough. If Chamberlain’s Cough remedy Is given ns soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough has appeared it will re vent the at tack. It lias never been known to fail. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J, H. Moore. , 'means no much mere than i , ’you imagine—serious raid \ ,‘fatal diseases result from \ , ’trifling ailments neglected. \ , ’ Don’t play with Nature’s \ , ’greatest gift—health. \ If y^u are feeling V out ci sorts, weal: M and generally ex- t hausted, tiei vous, . have no appetite , and can't work, ( begin at once tak- , lug the most relia- ( i hie strengthening , medicine,which is ( Hiown s iron Bit- , t«rs. A few hot- ( i ties cure—benefit , conies from the, i very first dose- tt , 7oen t stxirt your . teeth, and it’s , pleasant Ij take. , / It Cures \ 1 Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver ■ , Neuralgia, Troubles, » , ' Constipation, Bud Blood 1 Malaria, Nervous aiiments < , Women’s complaints. , ' 1 Get only the genuine—it has crossed red * lines on the wrapper. All others hie sub- * 1 stilutes Onieoeiptof two at. stamps we 1 1 will send set of Ten Beautiful World's * ^ Fair Views au i book—free. ' / BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO. ' Do You Want a Situation? Prof. Wilbur 1L Smith, Lexington, Ky. For 18 years Pres ident of the re nowned Commer cial College o Kentuclcey Uni versity, give: special attentioi to securing situa lions for his grad uatos. Cost o Busines Coursi about $90, includ ing Tuition ant LiaiaoToa «». Bourd in a familj Prof. Smith has keep books! severa years Vice-President of a bank World’s Fair Commissioner from Ken tuckey, and a reliable business man. Among the 10.000 graduates of the Profs. Smith, are 100 in banks, 100 of flcials from this and other states. Prof. E. W. Smith, Princpal of the College referred to. was awarded the Modal at World's Columbian Exposition for Book-keeping, etc. If you wish a Business Education, or a knowledge of Phouography, Type writing or Telegrapghy at the lenst cost, with Diploma from Kentucky University on graduation, we advise you to cut this out and write for clru iurs to Prof. W. R. Smith, Lexington, Kentucky. TASTELESS I HILL T"NIC IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICSSOcts, Galatia, Ills., Nov. 16,1S93. Pari* Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. Gentlemen:—Wo sold last year, 600 bottle* ol GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TON!C and have bought threo gross already this year. In all our ex perience of 14 years. In the drug buainoas, have never Bold an article that gave suc h universal aatl» I Jaoilou aa your Tonic. Tours truly, AUMEV.CARR A CO 1 R®r WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women*’ Removed to Bank Building GOODS MUST GO IF PRICES WILL SELL ’EM. Tnllt in Cheap, And wo don’t euro to waste any words on nur now stock of poods, consist ing of Clothing, (Shoes, Ladies Cloaks, Jackdl and Cent Furnishing Goods. They are of course right in style, color and |> ice. What we want is to pet the people to visit our store. The poods will do the talking butter than anything wo can say. • ny ua much as __ 8 , f t Ifvyou want lit and durability nobody can suit you bettor than we can. You will fiud us in tho largo and commodious Band i; ding. The Neiv York Store. DR TICHENOH’S Heals Wounds Without Imflamation. It COOIiS, SOOTHS Ac HFA Vtf t*, *=Sj &**)*?*. g% * c» CURES COilC TOO, 1R MAR OR BEAST. It makes friends of all who try it. o j ncznerj, r^x-iiovernor oi ijvl S L James, Lessee La Pentitentiary. 0 B Steele, ex-Auditor of La Dr G K Pratt, New Orleans, La. G P Maloney. Dentist, New Orleans, La T B lto::ch. Cashier Nat’l Bank, N. O. T P Leathers, Master Steamer Natchez. Dr J S Oarothers, Shannon, Misa Dr W H Anderson, Pickens, Misa. Dr s Smith, Natchez, “ Dr D M McRae, Waynesboro, “ Prof B G Lowrey. Blue Mountain. Judge F A Critz, West Point, Miss. J W Kingsley. Mayor of Troy, Misa. P M B Wait, Sheriff, Seuatobia, “ G W Dudley, Ripley, “ J J Chambers luka Miss. Edwin Merrill, “ “ S W Shockley, luka, Misa J D Powell, LeeNiehals, Bybnlia, “ V L Klncannon. Verona, Miss. Hhelpy Topp, Tupelo, *k ; R J Brooks, Saltillo, 44 J H McGee, GeevlUe, 44 1 W H McGowan, Mayor of EUlsvllle. H W Wilson, ex-Marshall, Meridian. ' CD Viller, Marshall of Magnolia. 11 8 Hull, Holly Springs, Miss. J N Coyle, Pot b Camp, “ J W McLean Jackson, “ Vincent Piazza, Vicksburg, Misg. Rev H G Cooper, Tupelo, “ Rev T N Rhymes, Ko'ciufko, M Mrs M A Hitt, Lauderdale, “ Mrs M W Tidwell, Carrolton, Miss. Mrs Annie Whitley, Tunica. Mrs P W Hickey, Greenwood, ** Mrs M J Bright, Shannon, “ Mrs Dr Brown, Amory, “ B W Webb, Brazil Bros., Nettleton, ** W R Whitesides, Boonville, Farr Broa, Corinth G W K g, H J' 8 F M e 1 khaven “ J B J J W D , T C K. r \ W N Hogan e, 1 W A Monairhfm Timaln Kim For Sale by J. H. Moore at 50 cts a Bottle. Try it Once. - - Use it Always. ' I r * . [■ * -- -^ ... ■■’•■/ ^ ^----—- .J..-.—=? w. W. HARRIS GREAT DRY GOODS STORE. h now Prepared to Meet the Wants of All His Customers. THIS PALE BY Buying an Immense Stock of Goods ! A Few Prices: Gouts macintoshes from 6.00 to $ 8.00 Good breocb-loading guns, no 12, 10.00 to 12 50 Ladies spring heel cloth top shoes 2 Ot Ladies congress shoes, 2 00 Ladies course shoes from 50 cents to 1 00 Men’s shoes at all prices, Good now sorghum, per gallon 20 New meal, per buBhel 50 The world’s finest patent flour at S 50 Good patent at 3 25 Good sound flour per barrel 2 50 ; Great Bargains. I HAVE 30 ODD ITORSES AND MULES FROM 80 DOLLARS TO 125 DOLLARS ON CREDIT OR FOR CASH. I AM DETERM INED TO CLOSE OUT MY IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS RE GARDLESS OF PRICE. COME AND SEE ME. AND GET CHOICE OF GOODS. W. W. HARRIS.