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■ % p s' vs. m. ¥ ta H- -H Th ? & <4 : i*L Ä fk _WHOLE NO. 170. CORINTH, MISS., SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. 'oi. n T . ji^d Time-Table. I jjobile and Ohio. No. 1. 9 38, p m No. 3. 5 53 p m, City, Memphis and Birm ingham. Arrive Tupelo. .„.|i east bound '?rnress, east bound fÿ; Sib west bo"' 1 ' 1 - !*£Äw. «est bound ■ff e»»t bound. MB . treat bound. Lfflphis&. Charleston. Arrive Corintli. Jsâssî»-v-;--:3Is |Ssr««SjjjjjM|j End to End. seduction op rate BY THE muni TrbtbS. No. 5. 8 45 a m (CKiatb. fcCortntb. No. 6. 5 50 a m .10:30 a.m . 1:2: Ilia, m .5:30 pm .4:10a. m .6400 p. m 1 1 ■rom JP11S4 CHARLESTON R.R. 1 ana continuing until Mempnis A Charleston K. the following local and »wulnn tl IW7. the into effect etTourist ticket rates. ONE WAY KATES. »11 stations to Corinth, inclusive £5Ä™Mbe rntpbetween all stations Represent local Is higher. bound TRIP KATES. ■illsand »0 stations to Tuscumbla, Inclu olsale. SUMMER TOURIST RATES. .„torinth to Florence. 7 days, *1 .so. to Oct. From Corinth tu Huntsville, 7 days, Jrünît -ii is.in. should original pmvbas men (lav limited local round trip Sum Roii-t tickets desire an extension of ré unit thevean have such extehsion. not to riJOdoss, made upon application to M. & scent at destination, and payment to lolonecent per mile from such destination Kr* the railroad point r ir Hotel ■ustno. »delightful Summer I! ■ m the a spur ol the Cumberland Mountains, above sea. level, !'> l-- milt from unit Mooting Huntsville. VV. 11. Steele & Co., proprietors. On application to the agent. carriages will lie secured within ;i hntoutw after arrival of passengers, for the to Montesano. at Jixecl and moderate over a beautiful mountain road. Florence is the railroad station for Hailey an old and favorite Summer Resort. 9 distant. The conveyance provided by Springs meet all day trains, at moderate and oa application to agent carriages be procured ut anytime. W. A. Kills & Bailey Sprint* are the proprietors, pptt&nooga is the railroad point ior Look Mountain-too well known to require de Passengers for the Lookout Moun W. E. Ragsdale & co., proprietors: Hotel and other hostelries. can take reetcars to the foot of the mountain, and take either of the two inclines, accord their destination. has been noted for a generation for its markable medicinal Springs. There is noho a half dozen or more of good hoarding jpttionis especially called to t he fact that desiring to go to a Summer Resort and u the Nashville Centennial, can make convenient combination than by plac families at these resorts and making trips to Nashville. Huntsville having two ns each way, Florence one. Iuka two, »Chattanooga three. The seven day limited trip tickets to Nashville are: From Ittsvillefrom Chattanooga from $3.40, and from Iuka $L 15. I KHJBLL DAILY SERVICE. FAST TRAINS. hortest and quickest line to all points North ami South. Orleans, Memphis, Ht. Louis, Chi cago, St. Paul, Omaha, and Florida points. Connecting with Mobile Steamship lines for South Florida, and ports, Mexico, Central and South America. Palace Sleepers wit Buffet, and ay riding day coaches on all trains. Mobile, New other West India wTteongli Trains Daily Between St. Louis and Mobile. ASTEST FREIGHT SERVICE IN THE SOUTH. CHEAP HOMES ÄflPP 1 and Alabama, o : nuus, time or for information as r onh way of roaohing any point lo f 'East 0 r We st apply to L r w „O». E E Posey, p a. Mobile, aiu. McCdllah, Local Agent. Barnhill, m. d., Acs. Telephone 8, J. s. voyi.es, m.d. lies. Telephone 59. MIS. MRSHlli 4 Ï0ÏI.F.S, ™ce comer Waldron wans and Filmore streets. Telephone 57. and lone distance telephone mes sages attended immediately. % THEODORE B0R110UM, Physician and Surgeon, CORINTH, MISS.. Sj^ICE ip Bon «ont puke, ? ; j Dru?? Store. Telc 45. It. CALLANDER, I i 0 NITER r AND e Specifications Let lUons lifiiic, n. ill-; ed. ! j I tlülîoc f 'US ' pi' m\ Ki 5 reared. Estimates r 1 of architectural worfï title Job work dofie promptly . Houses Move-1 and Raised. J I ■d *n pi;., ms MISS. LOCAL SNAP SHOTS. cal a Told Briefly and Pointedly to Cor inthian Readers. What is needed more than anything else is an X-ray light on newspaper advertising. Then we'd have enough to discount a circus, meantime, you can read between t^jese lines and know that we sell our goods, not our patrons fun In the Hendrix, Gish & Sanders, Dry Goods and Shoes. Burn Hiawassee. Kinder dusty like. Guard against fevers. Business is improving. Sell your cotton early. School begins Monday. As yet, no rain in Corinth. The gin is beginning to hum. More dwelling houses wanted. Get fruit jars at R. T. Bynum's. The town clock needs regulating. Wedding invitations at this office. The Kossuth school begins Monday. See new chancery notices in this issue. Some mighty hot weather the past week. H. S. Brooke visited Booneville this week. Rye seed just received at R. T. By num's. B. D. Rambo is now in Temple, Texas. Get your paints and oils at R. Hen dersons. Cali and buy a new wagon at R. T. Bynum. Eyery variety of turnip seed at R. T. Bynum's. Cotton picking is now the thing on the farm. Dr. C. H. Walker made Verona a vis it this week. Just received—New crop sorghum. D. J. Hyneman. 1 to & to the ;i the D. J. Hyneman. Mrs. A. M. Hostetter was a recent visitor to Baldwyn. Bynum has a nice lot of fresh Timo thy hay. Just in. Harry Walker of Verona was a visit or here this week. Mrs. W. O. Jackson of Iuka, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Laura Stout visited friends in Iuka the past week. Mrs. Alice Thompson, of Memphis, is visiting in the city. D. Street came third with a bale of new cotton Thursday. Rev. David Park is confined to his home with slow fever. B. H. Booth of Guntown is attending the teachers' institute. Miss Mary McLeran of Tupelo was visitor here this week. Bradley Price succeeds Arthur Hens ley as clerk at Moore's. Warner's Corsets at Bass, Meeks & Johnsey's. George McCullar, of Selmer, Tenn., was in the city Tuesday. Miss May Bell Thompson is in Clin ton, Ky., attending college. Old newspapers, 23 for 5 cents, for sale at the Corinthian office. Postmaster W. R. Richardson of Kossuth was here Thursday. Presiding Elder Tucker, of Boone ville, was in the city Monday. Dr. J. M. Mitchell of McNairy coun ty, Tenn., was here Wednesday. You can get fruit jars, jelly glasses and rubbers at D. J. Hyneman's. W. D. Tynes and family, of Birming ham, were in the city Saturday. I Sen-Sen—to purify the breath—can be found at Henderson's drugstore. a ■ R. T. Byiium has a fine lot of har , bridles, collar, etc., for sale. You can get any lH's: Sow Turnip Seed, quantity fresh at R. T. Bynum s. J. W. Taylor aiid E. M. Jones made Ripley a business visit Wednesday. Elder J. B. Searcy and wife are on a visit to relatives in Blue Mountain. Deputy Sheriff J. H Dilworth made a business trip to Jackson last week. Mrs. B. K. Bass visited relatives and ■friends at Booneville tins past week. Elder R. P. Meeks, of Henderson, a visitor to Corinth Monday. Tenn., was I George Walton, wife and child, of i Booneville, were in the city iucsd.iy. Miss Donic McCord returned Wednos isit to Baldwyn relatives. ! j day from a v I J. M. Boone and children spent tho the Tennessee Centen J week visiting I niai. ■d The Corinthian Allow us to repeat! doesn't go off "half hammered ' on lo cal news items, these columns it's reliable. Mrs. M. E. Boyd, of 1'armitehie, vis ited the Tennessee Centennial this week. The purest, latest and best drugs are used in filling prescriptions at Render son's. The sweet potato crop is late and in ferior— 1 'small potatoes and few in the hill." See advertisement of Boone & Mad den, lumber manufacturers, in another column. Misses Ednears Porter and May Corn will, of Shannon, were in the city Monday. The Corinth Guards returned Sunday morning from the encampment at Vicksbn rg. Mrs. M. F. Baxter and Mrs. B. F. Moore visited Boopeville the first of the week. The largest and best 5c school tablet ever brought to Corinth at Henderson's Drug Store. Mrs. J. W. Cunningham is spending a few days at' Biloxi, on the Missis sippi coast. Some of our citizens are talking of inaugurating a county fair in Corinth next year. J. H. McGee and wife, of Geeville, were registered at the Cox House one day this week. See the Weber and Chattanooga wagons before buying. For sale by D. J. Hynewian. Will Parsons returned the first of the week from a visit to home folks in Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Marcus Hamlin and-Miss Cora Morrison visited the Tennessee Cen tennial this week. Don't forget that Henderson is sell ing the best 25c linen tablet at 13c. Call and see them. Corinth will handle a big trade this fall. The merchants are loading up with large stocks. Mrs. W/W. Fitzgerald returned this week from a protracted visit to rela tives in Tennessee. When you see it in | in Jo McAnulty and W. M. Ross, with the W. T. Adams Machine Co., were in the city this week. Thomas Rowan, of Amory, was in the city Wednesday en route home from Bailey Springs. M. Byrnes spent several days in Sel mer, fl'enn., doing some tin roofing on new buildings there. The public schools open September 6. Get your school supplies from the C. II. Walker Drug Co. Warmer's Health Corsets. A large stock received this week by Bass, Meeks & Johnsey. Capt. L. B. Mitchell was in the city the first of the week en route to the Tennessee Centennial. Look out for the largest and best line of holiday goods ever brought to Corinth. R. Henderson. Prof. J. R. Edmonds of Tupelo is conducting the colored teachers' insti tute at the court house. A new and beautiful line of box pa of the latest and toniest styles pers at Henderson's drug store. James Carson and wife, of Rives, Tenn!, were here this week visiting the family of H. T. Johnsey. Mrs. M. L. Morrison and Miss Fran kie Conn visited the Tennessee Exposi tion at Nashville tnis week. Mr. and Mrs. James Diggers, of the Parmitchie neighborhood, left Monday for the Tennessee Centennial. Rev. J. S. Park has been the past week conducting a meeting at Burnt Mills, in Tishomingo county. A fresh and large supply of Solon Palmer's extracts, so popular with all, at the C. H. Walker Drug Co. Hiawassee coal is what you want to burn next winter. Ask your dealer It has less ash than any. for it. C. M. Johnsey, agent of the M. & O. at Cavce, Ivy., is at home this week, confined to his room with fever. a J. W. Wright, of the Corinth Mer cantile Co., leaves tonight for New York to buy fall and winter stock. Just received—Fresh shredded co connut; also chocolate, cocoanut and D. J. Hyneman. gell at ine. Miss Kate Moore has returned from Leota Landing, Miss., where she has been spending the vacation months. . Bear ip mind that all prescriptions compounded by at Henderson's drug store. of KEOISTEIÎED a are IMIA ÎUIACIST Miss Adele Clark, of Verona, has ar rived, and will, enter upon her duties of the teachers in the Corinth Miss Morrow, ot Ox as one graded school, ord, who was one of the new teachers lo | elected, has resigned, and Miss Eva Zachary, of this city, has been elected in her stead. Miss Mamie McCabe, of Baldwyn, was the guest of Miss Alma Bell, Wednesday. W. A. Overton, Esq., is preparing to build a residence half a mile west of towu,at the old Overtoil homestead site. Representative Underwood and Es quire L. A. Meeks, of the Kossuth neighborhood, were in the city Mon day. Misses Dora and Mattie Graham left Tuesday for Jackson, Tenn., where they enter college for the ensuing year. At Henderson's Drug Store you can buy one school tablet, one automatic pencil, and one pencil sharpener for 5 cents. Yes, there are going to be several local weddings in the near future, but it's not our business to tell who the parties are. Remember that the C. II. Walker Drug Co., is the sole agent here for Brown's Antiseptic, the wonderful healing lotion. A. D. Hays is preparing to build a one-story brick store house on the third lot west of J. J. Heyer & Co.'s meat market. For Salk.—A first-class second-hand Piano. It will be sold at a great bar gain, and 850 will buy it. Inquire at the Corinthian office. Rev. Will Sadler arrived home from Water Valley Monday, and is spend ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Saddler. Mrs. J. W. Wright, Mrs. Kie Hall, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Moore, Mrs. J. C. Skillman and Miss Mary Sanders were visitors to the big show at Nashville this week. Ripley Sentinel: Mrs, V. M. flail and sweet little girls, of Corinth, are in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hovis, and other relatives and num erous friends. J. C. Price has returned from St. Louis after purchasing an elegant line of goods. He buys for cash und uses the best judgment in selecting his stock. Watch our advertising columns. Abe Rubel, Esq., has returned from the East where he spent several weeks buying goods. A larger and finer stock of goods was never offered by this firm than will be found on sale this season. Operator John Thompsou, who for some time has been on duty at this place for the M. & O. has been trans ferred to Union City, Tenn., and John Latture, who has been at work at that place takes Mr. Thompson's place here. Ernest Waits, of Jackson, Tenn., was in the city this week. Ho will re sign his position as Southern Express Messenger and move to Corintli about Oct 1 and succeed J. E. Gift in the j jewelry business. This is gratifying I to our people and they will ex Ernest and his most estimable Thomas II. Smith, a well-known and populav young man living about four news tend to wife a hearty welcome. Ivi/BKV i74\ ma 0 i\ iy/«av. ( w, I si w?* , A v ««I. L^l IW— W l ■A/ ? i\ TO*/« \l R. T. BYNUM. . ! /$■ All kinds of GROCERIES. M.. is SPECIAL FINE LINE OF j UNDERTAKING. 'm & The best makes of Wagons and Farm Implements, u CORINTH, MISS. TELEPHONE 42.. TO CUKE) CHILLB Dr. Arthur's Febrimel, 13 QUXRXNTEED. Tasteless as to its Medicinal Ingredients. A Fine Aromatic Syrup with an Agreeable i-iavor of rigs. ti SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 50 CENTS, THE WEEKLY CORINTHIAN*" has the, largest circulation of any paper in Alcorn county. The best people read it. t < miles west of Corinth, died last Mon day. He was a brother of Sirs. J- C. Ijams, of this city, and was universally esteemed. He had been in ill health for some time, and his death was not unexpected. T. L. Barnhill attended a soldier's reunion at Seltner, Tenn., last Thurs day. Miss Ida Moore leaves for St. Louis next week to buy fall and winter mil linery. Writing school pupils should not forget that the C. H. Walker Drug Co. carry everything they need in the sta tionery line, and that of best quality. 5 Those fond of exquisite papeterie should not fail to examine the new and fashionable lot of box papers, tab lets, etc., at C. H. Walker Drug Co. Examine our county register and you will see who are authorized to practice pharmacy and fill prescrip tions. a You will find the names of Henderson's prescriptionists there Prof. J. H Webb, of New Albany, was here Monday prospecting for a location. The scarcity of houses is the only thing that keeps him from moving to Corinth. Do not forget that some druggists in our state, " notwithstanding the phar macy law," have prescriptions filled by men who are not registered, as the law directs. Not so at Henderson's. Visitors to the Tennessee Centennial will find a very pleasant home while in Nashville should they stop with Mrs. Anna Hopkins, 403 Russell street. Her terms are 50o to SI.50 per day. W. F. Elgin has been in New York the past week making purchases of hardware, etc. The firm of Small & Elgin are buying heavily this season, preparing for an unusually big trade. Whit Jones, a member of the Corinth Guards, while at Vicksburg, had the misfortune to have his hand punctured with a bayonet. The wound received prompt surgical attention, and is doing well. at C. are C. For Sale. —A farm 2M miles south east of Corinth, containing 30 acres, good dwelling and other houses, fine orchard and other improvement. Ap p i y to Joe Engels at W. T. Adams Ma chine Shop, Contractor Ben Miller, of Booneville, has begun the brick work on the building for the Corinth Clothing Man ufacturing Co. The site of this build ing is on the lot east of the machine shops and will be 50x200 feet. The people of Corinth have for about fifteen years managed the prohibition business very successfully, and in the meantime they have enjoyed pretty fair health. The native wines, how ever, never did agree with strangers, and especially hobos. There is considerable evidence of a scheme to build a new up-town and on the j up-to-date hotel in Corinth, I square east of the court house, where the frame residence now stands. The plan is to build a handsome, commod ious and popular hostelry, but definite particulars cannot, as yet, be giveD. j j, j> Barnhill is at the head of the en | terprise. * CHANCERY SUMMONS. The State of Mississippi. To Mrs. Ada S. McClellan: You are commanded io appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Alcorn in said State, on the third Mon day of October, A.D. 1897 to plead, an swer or demur to the final account of K. Y. Barnhill, administrator of the estate of James F. Small, deceased, wherein you are a defendant. Tltis 31st (lav of August, A.D. 1897. W.'F. WALLACE, Clerk. CHANCERY SUMMONS. No. 1,195. The State of Mississippi. To Delie Sanders: You are commanded to appear before the Ctiancery Court of the county of Alcorn in said State, on the third Mon day of October, A. D- 1897 to defend the suit in said court of J. C. Sanders, wherein you are defendant. This 25th day of August, A. D., 1897. W. F. WALLACE, Ct.krk. CHANCERY SUMMONS, ] a No. 1191, The State of Mississippi. To J. A. Mason, J. P. Mason. Henry E. Mason, Erniina Gazaway, Wm. Ma son and D. S. Mason: You are commanded to appear before the chancery court of the county of Alcorn, in said State, on the third Monday of October, A. D., 1897, to de fend the suit in said court of L. N. Mason, wherein you are defendants. This 27th day of July, A. 1)., 1897. W. F. WALLACE, Clerk. in BOONE & MADDEN, —MANUFACTURERS OF— All Rinds oî Rougli Lumber. ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Address them through the Corinth Postoffice, or leave orders with Joe Walker, or M. F. Baxter, Corinth, Miss. Five More Homeseekers' Excursions To Arkansas and Texas via Cotton Belt route. On August 3d and 17th, Sept. 7th and 21st, October 5th and 19th, the Cotton Belt Route will sell from Memphis round trip Homeseekers' excursion tickets to all points in Ark ansas and Texas at rate of one first class fare for the round trip, plus 82. Stopovers allowed going at any point in Arkansas or Texas within fifteen days from date of sale. Tickets good to return leaving destination twenty one days from date of sale. The Cotton Belt is the only route running trains from Memphis to Texas, coaches, reclining chair cars (seats free) Pullman Buffet sleepers, etc., thereby avoiding vexatious changes and transfers en route. For any further information desired, call on or address: W. C. Peeler, H. J. Baily, ■ City Pass, and Ticket Agt. Traveling Pass. Agt. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bit ters. This medicine does not stimu late and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and al terative. It acts mildly on the stom ach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aid ing nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an ex cellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and 81.00 per bottle, at C. H. Walker Drug Co. THE HOME-SEEKERS' EXCURSION TO TEXAS. Ticket, agents of the Memphis & Charleston Railroad will sell round trip tickets to any point in Texas on July 27th at One Fare, plus two dol lars, for the round trip. Stop-offs al lowed west of Memphis within fifteen days from date of sale. A good chance j to visit Texas 'and the West. Tho Memphis & Charleston Railroad is tho direct route to the West. Two daily trains leave Chattanooga for Memphis, where connections are made with all roads for the West. No lay-overs; fast schedules: first-class coaches. For further information, tickets, folders, etc., apply or write to T. D. Flifpkn, Agent, Corinth, Miss. C. A". De Sa'useitre, G. P. A., Memphis, Tenn. The next Tennessee legislature will choose two United States senators, one to succeed Senator Bate and the other to serve out the unexpired term of Senator Harris. Japan buys American locomotives.