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i V. Keese. to Press His Claims. I e The Shcpperxoai A!)ya4 to lie Discarded. . 1. ma, : to' -iho ere Reese as ri;?!ied by (? lioveni' Cotton to be Quoted in Ton Hulk Like Cotton Seed A liovolu tion in the ITatidlinjr. New Orleans, Jan. i!9, lSDo. To the Editor of tha Tiiiios-lVinorrat. In view of probabla chantrcd methods of marketing cotton, should the South present the trade next year with another monster crop, it is rumored that a new cy pher code is being compiled to re place the Shepperson code, as the latter solely treats of handling cotton by 100 bale Lit. The new code, it is understood, will treat of handling otton in 100 or lOOU Ion lots, or fractions thereof, very much as cotton seed is now marketed. In other words, if an interior town buyer offers to the ports or Liverpool bis tele graphic inquiry in tiio new code, suv represented, by the word "lus ter," would mean: ''What is the best oiler for l!77 tons middling to strict good color, Liverpool class." The new code should also com mend itself to the consideration of merchants doing business with the Mississippi river and its tributa ries. For instance, when a con signor makes u shipment to a cot ton factor in New Orleans, by em ploying the code word "DulLv" it would mean: "I ship today and have drawn against twenty-three tons strict low middling to mid dling, good staple, per steam boat." The new code, in its "ton fea ture," can be used for the cotton seed as well as cotton business, therefore it presenL great advan tages over the tShepperson code. It will not be ottered on sale un til fall, or until it is seen next No vember if Mr. Neill again shocks the cotton centres with another 10,250,000 minimum, grown, pick ed and baled crop (not commercial crop). In the event of another, oOO.OOO to 10,00(1,000 crop it requires no active intellect to see that cotton before Christinas would sell so Irrv that baling it up with bagging and ties would be an expensive luxury. COTTON I5U Y;:i: . Washington. deiitials i if Warren n ivr from Ahd a R V Kciii. danisms; or i'f Alabama, were presented to the Senate today. Col. Reese was at the Capitol when tlie credentials were presented, and was intro duced to a nmuber of 1'opulist Sen ators by Senator l'ritchard, of North Carolina. lie was accompanied by an aged and illiterate colored man, George Washington by name, who was exhibited to the Senators as a specimen of the judges of elections chosen by the Democratic authori ties to represent the Republican Populist parties. Col. Reese stated that this man had acted in this ca pacity at Montgomery in several elections. Speaking of his contest, Col. Reese declared it to be his purpose to press it. and be seemed espe cially anxious that Senator Allen's resolution, providing fcr the ap pointment of a committee to in vestigte the riwrges of fraud in Alabama elections, should carry. Senator Allen wiil speak on this resolution on Tuesday, next, and it is understood to be the policy of the Republicans in the Senate to support him in ths movement. Thos. S. Smith, a former Miss issippi boy, lias been elected Speaker of the Texas Legislature. We knew Tom years ago as mayor of Tupelo, from which place he went to Texa3. lie was then a brilliant young lawyer and his friends predicted for him the suc cess he has achieved. There are yet other honors in th Lone Star State for him. Amory Argus. Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. THE h am 'oU'iulfd L'l'CW the mouth, assages and difficult tor The oper y Dr. J.iolin, tin; visit- A Terrible Cancer Ivenioved Fro??! A Woman's Face in n Jirooklyn Hospital. One of the most dillicult surgical operations known to science has just been performed at the Brook lyn 'N. Y.) Hospital. Miss Wil liams had a cancer growing on the right side1 of her face. T J i i 3 was what was known as the osleo gar- ' coma, or bene tumor, on account ! of it fastening itself into the him, j The tumor was gradually piinhirig' the right eye out ol Us socuct :uu the nose to one siu.1. through the nostnl: through the roof of closing up the air i making it extreinely the woman to breathe, ation was performed by the house surgeon, am ing physicians. An incision wa made in the young woman's throat the operation known to surgeoi s as tracheotomy being performed. Anaesthesia was resorted to. All being in readiness, the surgeons drew their knives through the j centre ot the young woman's upper lip, dividing it into t n-o parts. The flesh was cut away along the right side of the nose to tha height of the lower eyelid. The incision was then deflected to the upper part of the ear. The Jlesh whs laid back to one side and with scalpels every trace of the tumor was removed. As the tumor grew into the bone, portions of the bone had to be removed as well, The tipper jawbone on the right lide was taken out, and part of the or bit of the eye was cutaway and part of the chin bone was removed. A silver fram: work takes the PAP GILEJiMR j k r ? n x ' A Desk Calendar Is a necessity ' most convenient kind of storehouse , fur memoranda. The Gilumlii.i Desk i Calendar is brightest rnd handsomest of all full of dainty silhouettes , and ien sketches and entertaininrj; s thoughts on ou:..,..r cx:-rci-e' nrid spirt, O.-ciiiuaaliy r munis yi.u ut , tlie sunjri. j idi'.y d C.,!ur;. ia Ui- cycles n;:l of y.v.if need of one. Yoa vo:i't c lij -el ti tlint, of course. J The Calendar will l u.ai!cU fur live h 2-cent stamp.;. Address CaUnJsr Depart:::;!:!, t POPE MFG. CO., j Miiitiun this paper. Hartford, Csnn, bush iieau WOUNDS. CUBES COLIC, ojtJ for Mail anil tSea!. Pleasant Harmless Reliable. 50c. a brittle by all dm joints. Free I'iJh. Spnil 'fn r lirtil r.i S to i(. V. I!m,-.i-1,, P- I ll 1 i: vio., i ncie.ro, end jret :i jr hie- nt )r k , V bones removed and it place of th is carei'tiily packed, so that the lace will regain its normal shape. The your.! woman lav very near w .1 . . t i l . i" . i ... T mi ' io lie am s uoor tor iwo uaj.i. men niiaraniri-.l In be slie betra:: to "row strong, and now. fverv lUleierious says a special to the Olobc-JJeino crat, she is nearly well. e cum Mil'' S :,VW l.lfi. :,) A trial will convinee yon ol" tlu-ir unTiii. These yV.U n-e o.wv' n a-ti-in und ;irv iaiiiciiiuny eileetlVft 111 tlif ctll idachc. .'"or 'IV(! iro t,onstleit!on ttnil Flel; hum! liial.tiia nnd liver tr.mlilcs iIh-v icon tiriT.xi invalieiliie. Tli...r I'Cf Ccliy fr,.,. i0I1 hiiliKtaiirf mill ti liU ptindy i-eiri'talile. ihev do not wrak . ea by their action. Ihwnlar size ''5c per box. .Sold by Harvey A Kobv. -: A "R usiness Change KEXjXly Successor to 2Qll3Tdz:JI lllgT Having purchased the interest of Captain Mills, I will continue to do a general furnish ing business at the old starid on my own ac connt. I solicit a continuation of public pat ronage and. pro'mise nothing but the best goods at the lowest prices. I have also bought the stock of the C. C. Kelly store and moved it to my place of bus iness, where I am closing it out very low, I am selling out men's and youth's winter clothing at cost. A. E. KEEXVj all i f mi 2A1 1 S ft S 3lH lUBOHnflnijlnHti Mi KM 1394 Um M mSSS -FOR SALE 11Y ?VC SS'u .CNufK:K0!!(nflk0; J A:Simmo"8' Ashley & Carnes, luemastown, JR Gaons &Co, Tel. Ir1 u e Fiilil MKT i Till mm its T!;:i.i;(;;wrnic sEitvicia cov;:us tiik would. ITl3 MAUKKT lt!::'OUTS A1IE U.Niv'jL'ALKD. lis I'nreim ut .lie.'li-on, Mis.-;., con (iiieleil hy llnit exi ea.'ih'i'd jeiin:;i II: t, Lil;:ar Wils.m. who tivats iaiimr tiiiliy nil (jncstinii : rt l.-.tiii tn Mis.iik si'It mid Missis. 'i; ;.i::i!. cv.ry day ill tin! yi'ar, has, in the l;::mi!:ii of tin; Aiississiiipi press, "ma'le the ricayuiii! iMdisiK'iisahlc to Mississijipiaris." 'Hut ricaymie reyi:h.-.s and ('losses Mississippi on nil trunk linos tbo very day ot its pnhlicaticn. Mississippi this year holds its first ttciii'ial election undt-v the new poa . stitnlion. All State, County ami District otlieers, including a. Legislature, which will in .lannary, l.SJlt, choose n United SttitcH Senator, nre to be elected. The 'Cainpiiinn will be a memorable one. The J'icayune, in addition to its Ibireau nt the Capital, has nn intelligent eo respondent nt every prominent point in Mississippi. No item of news will escape it. Oct the News, nil the News; nud get it fresh. Kend the Picayune, J. A. CJilliLtm, J.;W.:dilliland, S. N 'Gillilii Cotton Buyers, in Dry Goods, Groceries and General Merchandise. TEEK3 OF SU2SCSIPTI0H! ONri VI1A1!. Dr.ilyan:! SuiulnT, OnoTear - Cl2,C0 fTinda7,21to32paTes, . . 2.00 Veolrly, 16 pat-o",, iuel Thnrsla7 TJonina: - - ICO H0n0LS0jr&OD.,Propri'tcraI XciT OrleiuiK, f,.. COAL! CO A U COAL! Delivered anywhere in the citv for $4.25. , A. H. ST011ER & CO. SOUTH SIDE COUilT SQUARE. Kosciusko, Miss. RUSH ALONE to the barber shop oi J. E. CDMPTD1, On West Si Jo anJ got your Ilair-Cuttinsr, Shaving and Shnmpooing done neatly and quickly. Courteous attention given to all customer GEO BULLOCK, THE BARBER . SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. Agood shave and a good Hair-Cut aro what you require and wnt.