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The weekly Corinthian. (Corinth, Miss.) 1894-19??, March 06, 1897, Image 8

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Engincs.Boilers.Grist Mills,
Complete Power Plants
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Shops and Offices: Corinth, Miss., and Memphis, Tenn.
Excursion Rates
On Decorated
Dinner Sets.
Full line of latest and standard paper cover
ed BOOKS. Can supply you with any book
published. ' ~
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Try Quaker brand Cracked Wheat,
for sale at
J. W. ZACHARY.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes ! !
^ We sell the best se
rf lections fromtwenty
two factories and güar
ffl antee every stitch,
igj Should any shoes
/1 bought of us rip; we
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LL^ chine and will sew up
s*" 5 rips free of charge.
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COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Plantation Supplies,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Hardware, I Cutlery, etc., at the lowest prices, at
R; F. Morrison's.
Telephone 67.
Front street, Corinth, Miss.
The Corinthian Job Office
Our prices will be found the lowest, and
we guarantee sat
Newtype and presses and everything first-class.
sfaction.
$1.500
FOR
ONLY
50 CTS.
READ HOW IT NI AY BE SECURED.
The Weekly Commercial Appenl. in order to retain the largest circulation of anv weekly In
the South, offer.s a cash gift twthe subscriber guessing the oorrect or nearest correct number
Of bales of cotton received inMemphls from September, 1, I8W3 to April 15. mkr Inclusive
follows ; If the eorrevt or nearest correct kucssU received in November or o December li 'will
vet In cash »1,500; If in January, »1.000; If In February S750, but If not till March only #:>00 Con
test closes March 31 but the oorreot or nearest oorrect kuoss first reclved will be awarded the
prize. Receipts lu Memphis in Memphis In former years were as rollows : From Sentcmlier i
IMM. to April 15 1895, 571,001 bales; from September l, 1BH5to April 15 ikwi 407 260 bales FIFTY
oV.XTS must acoomnany every kuqss for 1Ï month's subscription to The Weakly ..Commercial
Appeal. The Weekly Commercial Appeal contains all the news of the week—Asked ami An
swered Department. Veterinary Department, »10,000 prize story, Talmaac's Suudav sermons
tatest market reports, Farm Department, etc- Special offer to agents undolub-ratsers will be
sent free on application. Sample copies free. Address
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C05IMKUCIAL APPEAL, Memphis. Tenn
Good Steady
Customers
, . Those are the results
you wantfrom your advertising. It is peo
ple of this sort who read
-cTHE CORINTHIAN.
Read it regularly and read it thorough
ly. Keep m touch with them by advertis
ing regularly jn these columns.
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ALMOST FREE
TOWN TOPICS
will send, on recel ^
■ of this adv. arid
FIFTEEN cents in
A*n°Ä°$v*ort*" D0TeIs (TwTf' HUNDRED
AND FIFTY-SIX pages, regular price FIFTY
cte), for FIFTY cents any FOUR; for ONI
jqfUJl any TEN • for ONE DOLLAR AND
A HALF the whole library of SIXTEEN volumes,
5—THE SALE OF A SOUL
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7-THE coUSIN OF THE KINO. B» A. S. Van
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MillPWaiB OF CHANCE. By Captain
. Alfred Thompson.
îf" A S T SSîîrï«5f ÎÎÏ* By ChBTlM Stokes Wayne.
^ B0ÙP8E OF VIRTUE. By Ghmnpion
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IN DENVER. By Ollmer MeKen
iraTt SAYS GLADYS. By David Obrlitl.
S-lÄmDE! GIRL. By L. H.
U-a VaRRIÂGE for EATE.1 By Hamid I*.
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Have The Corinth
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PRINTING.
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UdtMt.br tl» nuten tk*ncv*layoawu>t,
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By Harold
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SÎJBSCBTTrçjFOP THE CORINTHIAN. $1A YEAR
INCIVILITY ON THE TRAIN.
The Verdict of the Mountaineer In Ken«
tucky.
It was at one of the small stations on
the C. & O. railroad in the mountains
of eastern Kentucky that a tall, raw
honed mountaineer with a yellow lint
boarded the train, says the Louisville
Courier-Journal. He took a seat be
hind a rotund little man who was read
ing a paper. The mountaineer chewed
tobacco vigorously. He fidgeted about
and seemed to be worried by the calm
composure of the little mini's silence
for about five minutes and then leaned
toward him.
"Howdy, stranger," he said.
The little man nodded his head.
"Where mought you be from?" asked
the mountaineer.
"Louisville," answered the little man.
"Huh!" What mought your name
be?"
John Jones."
ïluh! What street mought you live
on?"
"Downtown."
"Huh! Air yo' married?"
"Yes." This with »resignation.
"Huh! Any children?"
"Fifteen."
"Huh! Any ellveT varmints in Louis
ville?"
"A few."
"Huh! What mought yer business
be?"
"Got none."
"Huh! Want a chew terbneker?"
"No."
"Well, yer pesky uncivil," observed
the mountaineer, as he leaned back in
his seat.
PLEASANT DREAMS.
Tl>» Nervous Yuans Minister'« Night of
Fe»c.
A nervous young minister in visiting
remote village had an unpleasant
perienoe, sajs the Boston Traveler.
The old lady at whose house he stayed,
in showing him to his room, said: "It
ain't everybody I'd put in this
This here room is full of sacred associa
tions to me," she went on. "My first'
husband died in that, bed, with his head
on those pillows, and poor Mr. Jenks
died sitting In that comer. Sometimes
when I come into the room in the dark
think I see him sitting there still.
My own father died lyin' right on that)
lounge right under the window there.!
Poor pa, he was a spiritualist, and he
alius said he'd appear in this room after
he died, and sometimes I am. foolish
enough to look for him. If you should
Bee anything of him to-night you'd bet
ter not tell me. It'd be a sign to
that there was something hi spiritual
ism, and I'd hate to think that. My
son by my first man fell dead from
heart disease righB where you stand.
He was a doctor and there's two skele
tons in. that closet there .belongs to
him, and half a <iozeu skylls in that
lower drawer. If you are up early and
want something to amuse yourself with
before breakfast, just open that cup
board there and you will find a lot of
dead men's bones. My poor boy t hought
lot of them,
cleasant dreams."
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Well, good night aud
R. Y. Barnhill, m. d„
Res. Telephone 8,
J. S. V OYLES, M.D.
Res. Telephone 59.
DRS. BARNHILL & VOUES,
Office corner Waldron and Filmore streets.
Telephone 57.
Telegrams and long distance telephone
sages attended Immediately.
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TONIC
IS JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts.
P»l. Medicine Co.. st.LLult'Mo'f" ^ * U98 '
#v^^.'35 ,ernon:— 'Y* *oid last year. 600 bottUa tit
eaOVB'S TASTELESS CIIlLLTONIC^Suha«
bought three groa. alreaffy thta year. ïn allo.rV,.
perlence of 11 yearn, In the dmg btuUD«?
never sold an article that gave euch tmlv.raJ
fiwUcu a. your Tonic, "oura tmly" .
ARdXY, CAM A CG
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A ai*u»toh troia Bfr um i yM u n . J»,
îhe extent of Alabama's newly
•ay»;
developed trade in. pig Iron with Eu
countries, which first attracted
ropeau
attention two weeks ago, when moi»
received at varioua soirtheroi
ports from that city than there waij
ship room to forward it abroad, wee
illustrated the' other day when the)
statement wae given out that two ot
file largest Iron-producing corporation»
In the state huve sold more iron in for-,
eign countries within tha post month
than in American markets.
This is the first time in the history;
Of Alabama ironmaking that such a|
tiling lias occurred, and iron masters
believe it establishes the fact that their;
trado abroad is hereafter to be a per
manent feature of the business, with;
prospects for it becoming a big factor..
It is stated further that, hearing of the)
lack of shipping facilities at southern!
ports, n number of tramp vessels are)
headed for t here to relieve the situation,
by securing a share of the tonnage.
iron was
J. C. TYSON,
PROPRIETOR
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All kinds of tonsorial work done in the best
style of the art. Your patronage solicited.
CORINTH, MISS'.
ALLEN & ROBINS, •
Attorneys-at-Law,
Tupelo, Miss.
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New,
Stylish
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Nobby.
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Our store at the coiner of Filmoreand Waldron streets is
being refitted and accommodations made to add to our busi
ness one of the FINEST LINES OF SHOES EVER
SHOWN IN CORINTH. These goods will be on sale
from now on, and we invite all to call and see them. All
rhe correct shapes, and perfect fits secured. The finest
wears in Men's, Ladies*. Youths'and Children's sizes.
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We still "do business at the old stand" in the way of
serving our customers with best confectioneries, fruits,
cigars, etc. Come and see for THE BEST on the market!
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The Oldest Insurance and Real Estate Agen
cy in Mississippi. Establishshed 1870.
SAVERY'S
General Insurance, Real Estate and Claim Agency.
For the Counties of LEE, PRENTISS, TIPPAR, BENTON
UNION, PONTOTOC, ITAWAMBA, State of Mississippi.
Local Solicitors in Each pi the Several Connty Towns.
Represents 18 First-Class
Companies.
Has for sale several thousand acres qf land, desirable town
Collocted at Legal Tariff iates.
District Office, TUPELO, MISS.
property. Claims
buy Your
nMe g n Toi, ® t l A . rt icles, Cigars,
2'Jg* Druggists' Sundries, Etc.
bchool Supplies, Stationery
From
s. A. FORD
A Full Line of Everything to be had at a Drugstore.
Doctors' Prescriptions Accurately
Filled. A Full Line of Patent
Medicines always on hand.
TUPELO, MISS
Prices the Lowest}
Call and See )
Opposite Postoffice,
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The Corinth News Co
Do a good work in the hand
ling of choice Magazines.
Quite a number are reading
more than usual.
They handle
I MUNSEV, COSMOPOLITAN,
, ( , McCLT'RE, CENTURY.
I / /HARPER. PURITAN, aud many others
\ 1 1 with the Humorous Magazines:
v.\l/V PUCK. JUDGE. TRUTH,
UP-TO-DATE and others.
COMMERCIAL APPEAL,
/7TV\ MEMPHIS HERAT.D.
( W GLOHE-DEMOCRAT.
/ 7 \ ST. LQUIS REPUBLIC,
1 ) ' POST DISPATCH, and other
1 leading papers. Also Butterick's De
lineator, Standard Designer, The Toilette, and
other fashion monthlies.
Allie Wheeler will deliver
to any part of the city the pub
lications handled by us.
Railroad Time-Table.
Mobile and Ohio.
South Hound Trains.
Arrive Corinth,
North Bound Trains.
No. I.
9 04, p m,
No. 5.
8 42 a m
No. 2.
5 47 p m,
No. 6.
5 53 a m
Leave Corinth,
Kansas City, Memphis and Birm
ingham.
Arrive Tupelo.
10:30 a.m
Passenger, mail, east bound
Passenger, express, east bound.12:46a. m
Passenger, mail, westbound.5:80 p. m
Passenger, express, west bound.4:10a.
Local Freight, east bound
Local Freigt h, west bound
6:00 p. m
9:29 p,. m
Memphis & Charleston,
\y Arrive Corinth, ,
passenger, mail, east bouud.
passenger, mgil.gwest bound.
Passenger, express, cast bound.
Passenger, express, west bound.
12 46
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12 0(3 p m
.3 58 a m
Inka Normal Cou*,, ^
Iuka Normal Institute i-J
is in the midst of its m 0 gt nm
year. Large classes i n
branches, also in Collegiate -
term begins March 30 th «
term, June 8th. Students
ever,, enter at any time and
date of entrance.
Write for illustrated
m
catalog
Hood's Sarsaparilla sell*
accomplishes CREAT CUB
DOUBLE DAILY $31
FAST TRAINS I
MOBILE AND OHIO RAIL!
Orleans, Mempljj. M f' b >ie, JP
cage St.nauiro5Äi3M
points. Connecting
Steamship lines for South MH
Havana and other
ports Mexico, Central and
America.
Pullman Palace Sleepers wit Rm
easy riding day coaches ^ aUtralas/l
Two Thro tigh Trains Daily Bi
FASTEST FREIGHT SERVI
THE SOUTH.
CHEAP HOMES
In Mississippi and Alabama
For tickett, rates, time or m. i-._
best and cheapest way of reoeSbS
North, South, East or West arraSra
E E POSEY, Pi»,«
L B McUULLAR, Local
Agent. {
THE
BEST ROU 1
TO THE
West and North!
Is the Kansas City. Memphis ft It
R. R. It is the only through 11«
South and Southeastto Arkansas,?
the Northwest. Its entire train, fW
dining Chair Cars, Pullman Palm
Cars, and first-class Day Coacbea m
from Birmingham to Kansas Cite.m
Big Bridge at Memphis, and makjflfjj
nection at that point with ArkaniBj
through lines. Via this line thrftril
Sleeping Car is run dally from Ji|
Fla., io Kansas City, via Macon, Aal
Ingham and Memphis, andfnniiS
Atlanta and Macon to St. Louts AiH
Holly Springs and the Illinois CeaMi
Vestibuled Sleeping Car also mm
York to Memphis, without chanta 3
ington, Greensboro and AtlaoiaiJttd
with the Pennu. R. R. and SoutheBlM
The Kansas City. Memphis ABtadl
R., in its equipment, through setrtSl
feature essential to quick andoolimi
ol, js not exceeded by anv railroMl&îfl
try. Try the through carline;ltsnfl
ways as low as those of ohter and feul
lines. Through tickets via ibis nil
purchased at any coupon tkljNiH
maps, time table, folders ondfojM
information by addressing,
J • E. LOCKtH»,!
General Passenger andjfclayl
JNo. A. SCOTT, nia«««»
General Agent, Passenger J)#*,
339 Muin Si., Memphis, ft*.
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tha arrnracii mat fairness of
mns. n is splendidly
nia//:/ it., s/n riat features artitd^m
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est fashions for women and a to h
stories hi/ the greatest tiring AlMKÊg,
Knulish authors—Co nan boyl»,*Y
Jerome, Stanley Weyman,^»
Wilkins, Anthony Hope,
Brander M atthews. etc. H
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