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V P WaUac* ' The Weekly Corinthian VOL. III.—WHOLE) NO. 154. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. CORINTH, MISS., MAY 7, 1897. Special Sale Day WADDLÏNGTON Will offer the following goods and prices, In order to reduce stock, on TUESDAY, MAY 11, ONLY: All standard Print*,. I lippe bleached Domestic.... 4 wide brown Domestic. Fast color figured Lawn .. figured Ducks, worth 12 1-2, at.. Ladies Hose in brown and black Ighoes. worth $1 Krbuckle Coffdo, 7 racks for .4 cents .6 cents .4 cents .4 cents .8 1-3 cents .5 1-2 cents ....95 cents One Dollar to $1.50 Endless Variety Embroidery, Edgings, Laces, Towels, Tabic Linens, below cost. «Men's Clothing, Shirts, Draw BpLers, etc., less than cost his is No Humbug. These Goods Must Be Sold. Remember Tuesday, May -11th, Only. DU. THEODORE R0RR0UM, Physician anti Surgeon, CORINTH, MISS. Tele OFFICE In Korrcmm's. Drug Store, puouo : Offlce, T ; Residence, 45. J. S. VOYI.ES, M.D. Kfes. Telephone 5U. K. Y. BAItNHiLL, M. D., Res. Telephone s, DRS, BARNHILL & VOYLES, Ofilce corner Waldron and Filmore streets. Telephone 57. Telegrams and long distance-telephone mes sages attended immediately. ALLEN & ROBINS, Attorneysi-at-Law, Tupelo, Miss. Railroad Time-Table. ' Afbblto anA Ohio. South Wound Trains. Arrive Corinth, North Bound Trains. Leave,Corinth, No. 5. 8 45 a hi No. 1. 9 38, p m. No. 6 5 50 a m No. 2. 5 58 p m, 'Kansas City, Memphis and Birm ingham. Arrive Tupelo. Passenger,mall, east bound.10:30 a.m Passenser, express, east bound. 12:46a.m Passenger, mull,westbound. , Passenger, express, H'Lol' 1.1 Freight, east bound. Local Freiut h, west bound. 5:30 p m rest bound.4:10a. m .... 6:00 p. m .. . 9:29a.m Memphis & Charleston. Arrive Corinth, Passenger, mail, east bound.1*2 30 pm Passenger, mail.'west bound. 4 00pm [Passenger, express, cast. bound .10 56 a m Passenger, express, west" bound . 4 26am The Corinth News Co •1 Do a good work in the hand ling of choice Magazines. Quite a number are reading more than usual. They handle :• 1 MU FSE Y, COSMOPOLITAN. . ( , McCLURE. CENTURY, i v ) SHARPER. PURITAN, and many others 1/ J with the Humorous Magazines: WllJ PUCK. JUDGE. TRUTH, JVjv^UP-TO-DATÉ and others. COMMERCIAL APPEAL, / /MEMPHIS HERALD, i f ( Y GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. I ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC, POST-DISPATCH, and other &. 1 leading papers. Also Butterick's De „niu'ator, Standard Designer, The Toilette, and oilier fashion monthlies. Allie Wheeler will deliver to any part of the city the pub lications handled by us. fte-—____ ; f P DOUBLE daily service. FAST TRAINS. IM E AND OHIO RAILROAD. Shortest and quickest line to all points North and South. Mobile, New , Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis, Chi t eago, St. Paul, Omaha, and Florida points. Connecting with Mobile steamship lines for South Florida, 1 »a vanu and other West India ports, Mexico, Central and South America. -lifS! 111 Paluce Sleepers wit ! > rifling clay Coaches on all trains. Buffet, and Two Through Trains Daily Between St. I Louis and Mobile. FASTEST FREIGHT SERVICE IN THE SOUTH. CHEAP HOMES Alabama. y iickett* rates, time or for information as £ cheapest way of reaching any point "Aioouth^East or West applÿ to w w E E POSÉfY. P Ai Mobile, ÀI». a MoCüUiûi, Looal Agent. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. WHAT THE CLEVER COUNTY DADS ARE DOING. Dishing Out Contracts for Repairing and Building Bridges and Fences—A $35.00 House for the Poor House—Allowances. Contracts for building stock law gates near Cartpight's and Dr. Hale's were let to J. A. Glover at $2.50 each. Charlie Davis, colored pauper, was bound to Esquire James, colored, until he reaches 21 years of age. Contract for building Box bridge on llatchie, was let to W. A. Slaughter at 89c. per foot. Contract for building the Butler bridge on Tuseumbia, was let to J. E. Butler at 35c. per foot. Contract for building river bridge on «Smith Bridge road, was let to R. F. Coke and Frank Coke, at $1.10 per foot. Contract for building slough bridge on Smith Bridge road was let to J. W. Felker at 58 cents per foot. J. W. Haynes wms allowed $25 fof banister lumber for Smith Bridge levee. Albert Nelms, minor infanf, was bound to Jno. Earnest until he is 21 years old. A new house was contracted with W. L. Madden to be built at the county poor house, said house to be 14x10 feet, with 10 foot wall, for $35.00. ALLOWANCES. J. L. Williamson, lumber, ...... J. W. Potts, costs,.. W. A. Slaughter, repairs on bridge,.. J. O. Looney, Supt. Ed., salary, 40 47 J. Ü. Looney, incidental expenses 4 05 0. C. Dalton, merchandise,. W. L. Madden, bniiding bridge, 18 90 Tom Jobe, repairs on levee,... • Dr. R. Y. Barnhill, Co. Health Officer,. 25 00 ... 14 70 10 00 W. B. Wilson, feeding prisoners, 91 50 W. B. Wilson, guarding convicts 23 75 J. A. McNeely, pauper account, lo; A. Rubel & Co., merchandise,. Shelton & Coke lumber,.. J. H. Haynes, lumber,.. J. 'W. Haynes <fe Bro., lumber,.. 33 00 Tillman Sorrell, work on jail,.. W. F. Wallace, postage 2 mos., 3 00 Marshal Jackson, janitor service 4 50 Dr. J. M. Bynum, rails. J. W. Tucker, repairs on bridge, D. W. Rodgers, extra services,.. 2 00 J. W. Haynes, lumber,. J. W. Jobe, rails,..... W. W. Jobe, extra services,.... 4 00 W. A. Derry berry, extra services 4 00 J. A. Tyson, extra services. J. W. Felker, repairs on bridge, 9 00 J. W. Haynes, lumber,... .... J. A. Carter, building bridge,.. 21 13 John Drewry, building one mile stock law fence. C. L. Archie, building bridge, 33 10 C. L. Archie, repairs on levee, 11 50 W. A. Slaughter, levee work,.. 29 50 J. W. Felker, work on bridge,.. 7 00 W. L. Madden, lumber, Allowances to members of board and officers this term. 3 1 77 10 85 8 20 0 50 9 95 T. E. Henry, Costs,-- Dr. J. S. Voyles, Co. physician, ro 5 57 in no 3 12 I 3 00 1 15 2 30 11 91 4 00 4 00 * 108 00 » 5 GO so DEATH OF JOSEPH J. PHILLIPS. Well-Known Dry Goods Man Passes Away at the Age of 64 Years. Joseph J. Phillips died at his resi dence, 4059 Westminster place, at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, after an illness of several days, years old, and peritonitis is said to haye been the cause of his death, the time of his death Mr. Phillips was connected with the Wear-Boogher Dry Goods Company, where he had been located since 1894. Previous to that time he was a member of the firm Of He is survived He was G4 At Janis, Saunders &. Co. by his wife, who is a sister of Mr. Jno. R. Curlee, of 5870 Clemens avenue, the Phillips residence in Westminster place, last night, all information re garding Mr. Phillipsand hisdeath was refused, Mrs. Curlee, mother of Mrs. Phillips, sending a message tö a Globe Democrat representative that she did not wish to make anything publie. It was said that Ml - . Gurlee was at his At home, but repeated calls at the door failed to arouse any one. Mr. Phillips was a native of Missis sippi, and during the civil war served in the Confederate army. After peace was declared he started a number of Indian Territory, ,'hich he still owned at the These stores were general stores in many of time of his death, an excellent investment, and under St. the management of Mr. Phillips were very successful, to «St. Louis in 1820.—Globe Democrat, Mr. Phillips removed IN 7tli inst. Brown's Liq. Liver Medi the only true Liver Tonic, as cine, 25c. bottle, at C. H. Walker Drug Coq Corinth, Miss." ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Local Pickups of Interest to Cor inthian Readers. SNAP SHOTS AND PERSONAL MENTION All the News of Interest that is Afloat, and a Resume of Corinth History the Past Week—Some Business Locals. Cut Worms Thick as Fiddlers in Hades. Cut worms ave getting in their work on young cotton. More Rides For Sweethearts. More tandem bikes have hit the streets of Corinth. Turning Out Spokes Again. The spoke factory has been making things hum this week. Only a Few Innocent Cases. Not much sickness these days; the doctors say it's distressingly healthy. Painting it a Dull Red. Painters are placing a new coat of paint on the roof of the Baptist church. Two Former Corinthians. On Monday 18th at Florence, Ala., R. M. Martin and Miss Emma Cherry will be married. Everything on the Improve. The scent of fresh paint is smelt in the air, and the Sound of the hammer is heard in the land. Note Some Changes in Train Time. Some slight change in the railroad schedules Sunday. See time table published in another column. Nice Pressed Brick Used. A new brick pavement has been put down in front of Filmore Baxter's store. Corinth's on a boom! Good Street Work. Some splendid street work is being done in the northern portion of the city, in the way of grading, etc. A Recent Wedding. J. M. Hensley and Miss Fannie Baker were married on the 30tli inst., I at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. Derryberry, To Summer in the Polar Regions. A card from H. C. Moore, who is now in Norway, says be will go to Green land and Iceland the coming summer and hunt bear. A Wise Selection. County «Supt. of Education, J. O Looney, has been appointed one of the institute conductors by the State Board of Education. They Had a Fine Time. Hon. E. S. Candler Jr., and Captain J. M. Dickey attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in Holly Springs this week. Big Deal in Sight) A party of home and foreign capital ist are considering the purchase of all of Mr. Eli Mitchels property, amoust to over $40,000. Its all in the city. Corinth's Enterprise. Everyone that has seen the Adams machine exhibit at the Tennessee centennial, says its up to date and a beauty. This is just as we expected. An Attraction That Will Attract. At the meeting of the Christian En deavor Society in Corinth next month, E. O, Excell the well known singer will probably conduct the song ser vices. Out on the Farm. The weather the past week has been fortunate for farmers and what they have been doing is a-plenty. Planting has progressed to the satisfaction of all, and peace reigns. To Marry Tomorrow in Jackson. The marriage of J. M. Bell, Corinth's night policeman, rhd Miss Luta Moss is announced to occur at the home of the bride's brother, W. B. Moss, in Jackson, Tenn., May 9. Going to Chattanooga in July. The convention of Baptist Young People's Union at Chattanooga in July promises to be one of the largest at tended meetings the world ever saw. Several Corinthians will attend. ' Let Corinth Spread Herself. Meanwhile, it behooves the city to get ready her best bib and. tucker and assume her most entertaining ways for the State Christian Endeavor con vention which meets here next month. Had a Good Time in the City of Roses. The Coriuth delegates to the Ep worth League convention are felicit ous and enthusiastic in praise of their treatment by the good people of Water Valley, and of the general good time they po happily enjoyed. Those attending from Corinth were Mrs. M. Bynum, Mr. Edgar Young, Misses Inez Young;, hlary Sanders,. Jaiiie New comb and Jcmie Oxier. The convention next year will be held ill Meridian. ROUNDABOUT NOTES. SNAP SHOTS OF NEWS FROM OUR BELOVED NEIGHBORS. Some Boone ville and Baldwyn and New Albany News, and a Few Items From Iuka and Ripley—Corn Scarce in Lee. S. A. Ford, druggist, at Tupelo, made au assignment last Thursday for the benefit of his creditors. A. II. Pegues was named as assignee. Where He is At. Mr. C. B. Reed has left Deckersville, Ark., and is now living at Kossuth, Miss. We leat'n this from a private note.—Iuka Vidette. Not on Your Life. Miss Eflie Searcy, of Corinth, is with us again. In fact, she is so slightly Corinthian that Blue Mountain claims her as its own.—Blue Mountain Cor respondent. OF The Giddy Old Things. Ben Coldwell (c). aged 84, was mar ried Sunday to Mary Wagner aged 70, both of Iuka. The bridegroom was out in every day garb Monday, pursu ing his usual avocations.—Iuka Vidette. New Bank at Baldwyn. The Baldwyn business men haye or ganized a bank and the institution is now in full blast. Baldwyn is one of the best towns in tho county and has business enough to afford its bank a nice dividend.—Tupelo Journal. In a Bad Fix. It is becoming evident that there was an insufficient quantity of corn raised last year to supply the farmers for another crop. For the first time in several years corn is being shipped in the country for the supply of farmers, and the price is gradually advancing.—Tupelo Journal. Rev. Stevens at Jackson. The protracted meeting now in pro gress at the Christian church growç in interest. Rev. Mr. Stevens, who is conducting the services, is a preacher of forceful eloquence, and large audi ences daily listen with deep and thoughtful attention to his earnest words.—Jackson Clarion Ledger. Hj^pes of Recovery. Mrs. E. Millsaps, who was stricken with paralysis last week is still lying at the point of death with no hope of her recovery. Her daughter, Mrs. G. M. Hubbard, of Jackson, Tenn., and family are at her bedside. Mr. Tom Millsaps has also visited her as well as Mr. G. M. Hubbard, her son-in-law.— Iuka Vidette. •> O o o ,0? o 3 <> § *>: £ ■> o o 0 ? ^ d v • No of in a of of in at to Ep M. Will Summer in Rienzi. Mr. W. T. Young and family left on Tuesday morning for Rienzi, where they will remain until the latter part of the summer, when they will return to New Albany. Mr. Young was a great friend to the country people while in business here, and everybody will be pleased to know that he will re-enter the produce business in the fall.—New Albany Gazette. Old Citizen Dead. At 1:15 a. m. on Friday last all that was mortal of Lewis Sparks passed in to the beyond. Mr. Sparks was one of our oldest, best known and most highly respected citizen. He was 70 years of age and has left his aged widow and a number of children and grand-children to mourn his departure, miles south of Iuka at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. McAdams, on the 3rd, inst., Rev. Lem Hubbard, aged 79 years.—Iuka Vidette. Some Bonneville Items. Boonville Plaindealer: Mr. Sam Allen is confined at home by illness. His friends hope for his early recov ery. .. .Miss Morris, anattactive young lady from Corinth, is visiting the fam ily of Mr. L. D. Rinehart... .Levi Phillips left Monday night for Tampa, Florida, where he will spend about a month visiting his brother, Mr. I. W. Phillips. We wish him a pleasant trip.-.. .Mr. Geo. Walton and Mrs. P. M. Walker left Tuesday morning for Wilmington, N. C., as delegates to the Southern Baptist Convention which ^convenes in that city on the Cl.h inst. After the adjournment of the Conven tion they will spend some time visiting relatives in the '.'Old North State." Died, four Capt. R. Uenderson's Drugstore is one of tho eompletest to be found anywhere.' Every article is pure and fresh and every prescription is filled with the strictest accuracy anil by one of twenty years' experience. The best compounds are used and the prices are decidedly low. Telephone 41 for anything you need in the druggists' line, and you will be served promptly and accurately. We have just received our liile of Gent's Straw Hats. Look at them. Graham & Hendrix. 1- * By paying for The Corinthian in a<V vance you get it one ÿe&f for $1< A SUPERB EXPOSITION Sm y 5? OF CHARMING AND BEAUTIFUL SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS s^Xow Ready for Inspection is a of in is of G. as •> The Ladies of Corinth and surrounding country are cordially invited to call and feast their eyes upon the newest creations and handsomest stock of O : o o ,0? o 3 Ladies' Dress Goods !| <> ever exhibited here.We have spared neither time nor effort m order to excel the past in bringing on the largest and best collection § possible. The goods of this season are perfectly charming and do- ( *>: scription can hardly be given to the beauties in design and color, nor j £ of the endless variety upon our shelves anil counters now awaiting 7 ■> your early inspection.We can confidently say that we can o Suit the Tastes and Desires o 0 ? of all, fn QUALITIES AND STYLE, and equally as well in PRICES. ^ And it is no exaggeration when we say: d There is 110 "tf to get your full money's worthy ; RUBEL'S v place like • $ We carry none but standard and reliable goods; therefore, the peo d are always safe and saving money to buy from us. No risk to run; c- articles not proving satisfactory can be exchanged or money refunded. POT jte»e>9ie«e«e<e«9» a » o i e i o « o > o i 9 > e « o » o > D te>9>9»e»e«e^* tf OUR SILKS, VELVETS & FANCY DRESS COODS on a the in of of a of the 79 a W. P. for the arc of newest shades in vogue and our stock of Laces and Em broideries larger than ever in all that is newand beautiful, and prices touch the lowest point ever known. Our new styles of Ladies' and Gentlemen's SHOES are the very swellest, and contain all the styles and grace that can be put into a shoe. - - - gl^Best of Clothing.^ Our new styles obviate all necessity of anyone ordering - from elsewhere and paying double the price we charge for just as good and stylishly cut as any made to order. Our line of House: F"urnîshings is complete. Ladies' and Gcnilemcirs Furnishing Goods the smartest ir the market. Our Carpets and M&ttings are of beautiiul patterns. In all departments and lines of goods^ ^we carry, we defy any and all compe-: tition, Merchants supplied at lowest market values. Orders by mail solicited and prompt ly executed. Now if you want to find a store METHOD, PRICE, STYLE and QUALITY are strictly up-to-date, just drop in on your old friends, and one best are for where Abe Rubel & Co of a<V CORINTH* MISS, .. v«.