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UVHOllB no. 145.
CORINTH, MISS., MARCH 6, 1817.
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SPECIAL FINE LINE OF
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THE BEST MAKES OF
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MTH, MISS.
VL BYRNE
dealer in
s, Tinware, Iron
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House Furnishing Goods, j
oofing, Valley Gutters, all siz4
vanized and Granite Ironware]
Work: o Specii
downright good article at a price]
of well-to-do families, tell all aj
iave a
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the columns of
THE
EKLY'~"' V# §&>
CORINTHli
[ it's a good thing our readers will buy t. I
:k. T hey haye the money and wj spend 1
ertisers No rash reckoning about this claj
C. C. DALTON,
Coritt
eet.
Staple Family Groceries,
and Garden Seeds, Plantation
Hardware and Notions.
of Field
Tobaccos, Grocers 1
best va
;st PRICES.
ÎNHAM FURNITURE C
134 & 136 Poplar St., Mempkis, Tenu.
IURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES
prices for reliable goods
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pWEST
FOB CATALOGUE.
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« «eeteneee^eepenecetnet»^ woom .
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Town News.
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A Few Side Remarks.
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The Corinthian tlie past week lias been
showered with kind words of congrat
ulations and good wishes from its
friends. They have come by mail tele
phone messages and "by word of
mouth."
The general expression is
"if you keep the paper up to the stan
dard you started with," etc. Well, we
will do that, if a respectable encour
agement is given us, and we believe it
will be. Like all editors and othr.-r
immortal men, we are impressed, in
spired and yield, more or less, to the
conditions of surroundings, paradoxi
cal as it may seem. Not boasting at !
all, but we feel capacitated to give our j
readers a "good" paper or a "sorry
paper. Uphold the Corinthian and the
Corinthian will do the rest. We have
a good, live town in which to solicit
business; we are among generous peo
ple, and begin with flattering pros
pects.
Corinth's Gratifying Experience.
Corinth has been fortunate in the
way of manufacturing enterprises.
They have been successful institutions
and all of them are growing and con
stantly spreading out. This splendid
showing is ample evidepcc that as a lo
cation for such industries the city is
admirably situated, and growth along
thin line is destined ,to be rapid and
gratifying.
On t£e Wires Came Melody.
Manager Scheuing of the Telephone
Exchange favored a number of his pa
trons of the system with some splen
did music Tuesday night, which was
greatly enjoyed by those at the 'phones.
The Corinthian was luckily in at the
time and was ready to respond to the
toast that Captain Spheuing was the
"onliest" man in town. The music
was furnished in the central offlee by
the string band under the touch of
Walter Bell, Joe Daniels, and others.
Pleasant and to the Point.
We have received the Corinthian, ed
ited and published at Corinth by our
friend, J. C. Martiu. The new paper
Is creditable in every way. To the
proprietor for its neat, clean appear
ance and its newsy columns. To the
business men of Corinth foy their evi
dence of appreciation of a good paper
by a liberal and unstinted patronage.
Such a paper as Martin gets out is
bound tq succeed and he has our best
wishes in that direction.—Booneville
Plaindealer.
There Are Many Noticed.
Improvements in Corinth in the resi
dent portion are too numerous to men
tion. A great amount of repairing is
being done to residences, new paint and
paper being put on and many additions
are being built.
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To Connect With 'Soga. Hellol
J. R. Redding of Wenesoga was in
town this wee)r, looking after the erec
tion of a telephone line from his town
to conneot with the Corinth Exchange.
The work of erecting tlie posts began
this week.
Accidents Will Happen.
Granville Dudley, one of the Cor
inthian attaches, is at his home in
Iuka nursing a factured ankle, an ac
cident he received while exhibiting
some acrobatic feats on a horizontal
bar. Hope he will soon be himself
again.
Fine Perfumery in Stock.
Large invoice of the best and finest
perfumery extracts, just received at
C. H. Walker Drug Co. Among the
popular brands are
and "Chinese Sacred Lily." Call on
them for choice extracts.
"Lillian Russeli"
We Welcom« Her to Corinth.
Mrs. J. C. Martin and the little Mar
gins arrived from Tupelo Monday and
domicled in the W.' J. Sutton resi
lence in the northeast portion of the
•ity. There is where the editor boards.
ire
|Chi!d Burned to Death at Wenesoga.
I On last Saturday near Wenesoga, the
four-year-old child of Tobe Surratt was
|urned to death. The child caught
while playing with other children
field where some dry grass was
ire
a
mrning.
Presbyterian Meeting to Begin Soon,
f A series of meetings will begin in the
fresbyterian Church on the 18th
ie pastor will be assisted by Dr. M.
. Matthews, of Jackson, Tenn.
's That Time of Year.
Fresh Garden Seeds at D. J. Hyne
an's.
hen
UNDER CORINTH'S SPIKES
The
SPLENDID MEETING IN PROGRESS
AT THÉ CHRISTIAN CHUUCH.
On the i8th at the Presbyteria n Church a
Meeting Begins—Loyal Temperance Le
gion—Other Church News Notes.
The. protracted meeting at the Chris
tian Church has been under way for
the past two weeks, and an interesting
and fruitful meeting it has proved to
be. Much religious zeal and fervor
lias been manifested, the congregations
have taxed the capacity of the church
building, even to the isles and many
have been turned away. Good preach
ing, good singing and general happy
conditions have marked the services.
Elder Stevens, who is the State Evan
gelist for his demonination, has rare
oratorial powers; clear, forcible and
pleasant in diction, and riviting the at
tention of his auditors at all times.
IIis personal appearance in the pulpit,
and, in a measure, his style of oratory,
somewhat resembles the famous Wil
liam Jenniug B. ; and, we may add, lus
popularty with no inconsiderable ele
ment of our people is about us great.
The meeting still continues and will
probably go ori until next week. Oyer
thirty additions to the church have
been noted thus far, and the number
will doubtless be increased consider
ably.
Loyal Temperance Legion.
Some twenty of the Loyal Temper
ance Legioners gathered at the Pastor's
Study of tlie Baptist church last Krida}'
afternoon. The day was cold, and it
was the first meeting in this church,
but so warm was the welcome accorded
them by the good and genial pastor,
that they at once felt at home, and had
a most enjoyable as well as profitable
meeting. Mrs. Disliman, the organist,
Mrs. Cnrlee, Mrs. pass and Miss Stout
were present. The lesson for the day
was on Self Control. While studying
it, an interesting and helpful discus
sion was engaged in by the boys and
girls as to which was the greater evil,
Cigarettes or Strong Drink. They will
continue to hold the meetings in the
Sunday School room of the Baptist
church at 3:30 every Friday afternoon.
Visitors will always be gladly welcom
ed. ..
Baptist Church Services.
9:30 a. rn.—Sunday School, E. S. Can
dler, Jr., Superintendent. 11a. m.—
Sermon by Dr. Searcy; text, "All ray
springs are in thee," Psalms 87:7. 3 p.
m.—Young Peoples Meeting, E. S. Can
dler, Jr., President. 7:15 p. m.—Ser
mon by the pastor; text "As by one
man's disobedience many were made
sinners. So by the obedience of one
shall many be made righteous," Rom.
5:19 4 p. m.—Sun Beam Society meets
in the church parlor, under the man
agement of Mrs. Searcy and Mrs. Eng
lish. A cordial invitation is extended
to all who wish to attend any or all of
these meetings.
Presbyterian Church to bo Reseated.
The Presbyterians have arranged to
re-scat their church and hope to have
the entire church supplied with com
fortable seats by the 18th, at which
time Rev. M. A. Matthews of Jackson,
Tenn., expects to begin an eight days'
meeting.
Epworth Leaguers.
The Epworth League anniversary
entertainment that didn't come off
Monday night has been postponed un
til the 15th.
Telephone Agitation at Booneville.
Plaindealer: Wo are informed that
if a subscription of seventy-five can be
had at 81.00 per month, a party will
put in a telephone exchange at this
We lAlieve the subscription
place.
oan be raised with very little difficulty.
In addition to this it is thought that
when J, W. Taylor gets his line from
Corinth in operation, that the exchange
at Corinth and the two cities can talk
to one another in great shape.
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Of Interest to Ladies.
At R. Henderson's drugstore has just
been received a large invoice of the
In this
finest perfumery extracts,
class of goods he makes a specialty.
Telephone 41.
GROVER GONE DUCKING.
This Time He Can Stay as Long as He
Darn Pleases.
Washington. March 4.—Ex-T'resident
Cleveland, accompanied by Capt Lam
berton, Dr. Leonard Wood,'of Bosion,
and Capt. Robley Evans, left on the
lighthouse tender Maple at 3:25 o'clock.
At Portsmouth the party will trans
fer to the Violet and proceed to the
North Carolina sounds.
DOES CORINTH. PROUD.
The Corinth Graded School One of the
Most Successful Institutions.
Among-the many changes noted
returning to Corinth none strikes us
more forcibly than those in connection
with tlie public schoo'is. A number ot
years ago small public schools were
scattered over the town, and thus the
energy required to build op one strong
school was dissipated. Now all the
school interest s are concentrated. A
nine months' term is maintained. Or
ganization and systematic work are
made possible; students baye definite
work before them and thus work to a
on
p.
of
to
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Slaving a largo body of pn
purpose.
pils togetliv.r, each in bis proper place,
working regularly, creates an atmos
phere of business that is calculated V>
inspira all to greater activity,
spirit of work seems to bo in tlie town,
for we hear the school spoken of con
stantly by tho citizens.
From what we car. learn, there
The
are
more pupils in school no-.v than
before. Within tlie past three years
the attendance lias about doubled, and
the number of teachers increased to
meet the demands for more work.
The trustees are among the best cit
izens in the town. Notwithstanding
they are all active business men, they
And time to give the school their earn
est and faithful attention. They seem
to be ready at all times to do what
is best for the children of tlie school,
regardless of all other considerations.
They should be honored for their
fpithfu! services and receive the sup
port of all interested in having their
children receive tlie best school advan
tages.
With comfortable building, good
faculty, zealous board of aldermen,
industrious children, and an intelligent
and active school community, we see
no reason why Corinth should not con
tinue to have a good, strong public
school.
All this interest displayed is certain
ly commendable, reflecting much cred
it on the city. The building Itself is
an ornament to the city, a testimonial
to Corinthian culture, progress and
enterprise; and it is one of the institu
tions tlintis encouraging liberally the
growth of the town.
ever
HELLO IS THE THING.
The Telephone Exchange Began Regular
Business Last Monday.
The telephone exchange began reg
ular services Monday, and the system
is working now to the satisfaction of
all. All users of the 'phone, so far as
we are able to learn, are highly grati
fied at the new order of things and find
the "hello" indespensable. A flatter
ingly large list is given below, and new
customers are being added almost dally.
Here is the list to date;
29. Col. J. D. Ozler.
44. S. D. Bramlitt.
5. R F Young.
10. T E Henry (B)
(R)
05.
88. Alie Rubel «fc Co.
55, Will Sorrell.
22. Sanders Sc Jones.
Maj. Flippin.
30, A M Hostetter.
32, J. M. Boone.
48, J. E. Young.
10, T. D. Duncan.
82, Dr. W. A. Johns.
37, R. T. Bynum, (R)
83, Inge & Lamb. »
101, E. S. Candler.
47, Drs. Taylor Sc Johns.
9, Col. Inge.
89, J. C. Tyson. (R)
98, W. E. Small, (R)
94, J. J. Jones.
14, C. N. Pollock,
60, Public School—Mrs. M I Hoskins
97, Dr. Chas. Taylor.
85, J. W. Wright.
59, Dr. J. S. Voyles.
87. M. S. Ketcliam Lumber Co.
8, Dr. T. Y. Barnhill.
53, Corinth Mercantile Co.
3, Skillman Bros, ,
58, M. F. Baxter.
57, Drs. Barnhill Sc Voyles.
23, C. H. Walker Drug Co.
42, R. T. Bynum, (B)
34, J. C. Martin.
91, J. C. Tyson, (B)
7, Dr. Borroum.
60, SnbrSoiler Sc Democrat.
21, Small Sc Elgin.
84, D. J. Hyneman.
92, Cox House.
34, Corinthian.
71, W. T. Adams Machine Co.
81, Heyer & Ijams
36, W. T. Adams. (R)
80, Abe Rubel, (R)
41, Dr. R. Henderson.
67, R. F. Morrison.
39, R. F. Moore.
86, E. S. Mitchell.
Julia Brown.
15,
be
just
the
this
He
the
the
Purest and best drugs, paints, oils
and varnishes, and all kinds of drug
gists' sundries, at R. Henderson's.
COUNTY FATHERS.
WHAT THE BOARD OP SUPERVISORS
FIND TO DO.
Allowar - n Made at the March Meeting.
Additional Assewmeut* Made -and Col
lected by the Sheriff—Levvee Repair«.
visors hold a two
weck,«und wo give
s of any importance
The Board of "<upei
days' sos: '
below thi
transacts
Marshal'.
«1 'Als
business
Jackson,
vices 7 mo.
^ 1' Sir.ith, ]nmb<
■ T J B\'ll, coal for'court house.. .
Dr. 3 F. Voyles, prof.
M'.'Cord & Brake man, lime
'A L Madden, lumber.
W G Kimmons, table for 0. II.... 1 5u
J A MoNeely, pauper account.... 80 25
Corinth Herald, publication. 2 10
.1 O Looney, Supt. Education.... 40 47
W F Wallace, stamps.
J W Haynes, lumber .
J W Haynes & Bro.
John Cooksey, pauper account.
Nancy A Burcham, same.
W A Derryberry, extra services
Graham & Hendrix, mdse.
W B Wilson, feeding prisoners. . 07 50
Nelms & Coke, lumber.
J C Tison,, coal for jail..
Per filme and mileage, M. B S.
Ordered that banisters be put on all
bridges on Smith bridge levee.
J W Taylor allowed to erect telephone
posts and wires on his line from Cor
inth south to county line.
The Board accepted the proposition of
Joe Me Neely for the sale of 80 acres of
land to said McNeely at $2 per acre,
requiring him to build a fence between
said land and tho poorhouse farm, the
county to have use of cross fence so
long ns said McNeely owns the land.
The additional assessments of per
sonal and realty made and collected by
Sheriff W. B. Wilson were ex-amlned
and approved. These assessments are
as follows:
janitor ser- •
.;..$ o oo
. 47 09
. 17 80
T
8 75
•rvtv
1 00
. 8 25
. 2 35
. 5 13
7 40
4 00
2 00
4 00
1 25
3 (10
3 25
Personal property .
Forty-five polls.
Realty.
-$5805 00
_ 90 00
.... 4015 00
Honor Roll, Corinth Graded School.
Primary Department—Gladys Boone?»i
Alice Boyd, Addean Brumlitt, Evelyn V
Bramlitt,Eugenia Chandler, Rosa Fink.
Bon trice
Fpflilov®,
Marie
Meador,
Katie Patterson, Robert Boyd. Guv
Caldwell, Merrill Davis, Odell Kemp,
Annie Haynes, Allah Henry, Helen
Sanders, Inez Harris, Boy Waddling
ton, Hubert Young, Johnston Cox,
George Booth, George Street, John
Haynes, Winfred Adams, Frank Ellis,
Lilia Scott, John H. Jones, Alma
Oookin, Reuben Stanley, Lee. Rubel,
Atta Delf, Willie Henry, Irene Adams,
Matt Hall, Lillian Jackson, Mabel
Cisco, Lee Hatton, Amelia, Fink, Char
ley Skillman.
Intermediate Department •— Cecil
Young. Julia Candler, Ethel Haynes,
Mary Douglass Klyce, Eflle Lutherie,
Fotta Rubel, Je fl le Stanley, Molli«
Shelton, Preslie Gerhart, Neal Morri
son, Leo Walker, Cretia Meeks, Jessie
McBride, Cornie Newcomb, Ruby Long,
Mamie Harris, Zelina Harris, Otie Bor
roum, Walne Conn.
High School Department— Frank
Uurlee, Paul Jones, Lillian Newcomb,
Kate M. Jones, Blanche Street, Estelle
Adams.
He Will Be Here in April.
John Temple Graves is to be in Cor
inth soon. He is tlie peer of ani one on
tlie American platform today. From
Maine to Texas he ha* lectured and
won first laurals at every place lie has
visited. "The Reign of the Dema
gogue" is his blaster pipce. Everyone
should hear this famous younp Georg
ian, who is in every respect worthy of
his distinguished ancestry. We are
sure any worthy descendent of Cal
houn would have to remove himself
further than the second generation
from that statesmen to fail to receive a
welcome from a representative Corinth
audience.
The Memphis Herald.
We desire to call the interested at,
tention of our readers to the Memphis
Evening Herald, the only Democratic
daily paper published in Memphis,
Tenn. It has, since its establishment,
advocated Democracy and free silver
in a plain, modest, fearless manner,
no true Democrat should fail to read
its columns—Daily 50 cents montniy
—Sun nay edition—Weekly, 50 cents
per year by mail. Address nil commu
nications to The Memphis Herald, 192
Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
The Dead Sure Thing.
County Assessor Powell is busy tak
ing an inventory of taxable property
for this years income.
f You Wear Clothes.
Have your suits maip to order,
ham & Hendrix guarantee a fit,
ding salts a specialty.
Gra
Wed-

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