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price H for !e sS ,j, in the city. jlorth west. -, the (lulf. Henderson's ad Str on itf *S jjjken i* * our midst. c f Meridian is in the was in the id Danville Waits' Studio and from Boone (jopocs ,/ Cbewalla was i Ill tt jfti l and M^s Mary isitiog m Arkansas. e ( the Southern Ex «he city yesterday. I after a confine with acute neural » MP 0 . Bramlitt and Mabel | Sling relatives in the I oissioner will do a f gradin- and gravel-| BS,. ! jgson's holiday goods the dollar. See tjta on special meeting of I j 8. Henderson is mak today. Fine goods are ill tbelr value, icf pies and iced tea it know that the trust points higher. lorrow afternoon at 4 y A. J. Borroum. j shirt waists, baby j tisrd rings and other sived atKyle «fePrices. Baker, a talented and onnglady of Grenada, Capt. C. F Robison and of the K. of P. Lodge meet tonight in their rill be conferred in the I rank. ij*a tne nicest line o ever brought to ioely perfumed, three Senders..ir.- drugstore received another lot of »s' Hats and Sailors, iper than ever before, you aee them. a Cor >ase, Tog Store is the right where I am going to lotion filled correctly register e d pi i u r in ac i s t s u&iity drugs. Bog, avoid breaking, lencg, prevent coughs ÿinely use of Ballard's (If.- It ib a safe, sure ÿ for all bronchial ail 15 and 50 cents. J. A. Roanok e , Te n n., say s, 100 ttiu 2 h for DeWitt's One box of it löetors called ia an in Cures piles k&ses. Look out for U E Walker fioy jaw." I of the Sky, »a Carolina, between tbeeast and the Al ! *Mt, in the beautiful hwh Broad, two thou thesea, lies Asheville, ami world-famed pleasant resorts in ' 3land of bright skies pMim&te, wliose « to prais gf?poets, and whose valley and ^furnished subieet and I mo un- I We painters' brush. *"k»nd of the Sky," ■'*98 no e fc°a*mei.t more besuti to attract J. <L? r health scekerBÎ and very lo ;: - ,l "' Southern Rail »•now fe,,| the effect f'«lhey endured dur !t '! Oeo. s. Anderson, county, Penn., who HP of rk service at the troubled nth Revere attack io ■ "ami procured a ÖeHairi '' K.in Balm. pod that I »bald Rto, * ids. totads would like charge me Anderson °wn use and to hud neighbors, Bn., a bottle of 9 B iy for rheu P>*Prains pros, for aot ma , swellings which it is P A Borrou in. The city council last night ordered the purchase of the lot adjoining the public school building, Chancery Clerk Wallace, be paid is S1500. The committee requests all those in terested in the improvement of the city cemetery to meet Thursday morning prepared to spend tue day in work. The Sunday School picnic excursion to Hetliel Springs, Tenn , today was well attended. The start late on account of the wreck but they finally got off and was happy. now owned oy The price to there next was a little : below, everybody Don t let your diarrhoea reach the Cure it with Dr. Bell's cure on earth and all pains. Sold by chronic stage. Anti-Pain, the greatest for colic, cholera, diarrhoea internal aud external H. E. Walker Drug Co. The man who was "born tired" should use Prickly Ash Bitters, makes work a It necessity to give vent to the energy and exuberance of spir its generated by functional activity in the system. Sold by H. E Waiker Drug Co. An exchange has the following "Next week we will be gin running this paper as Capt. Kidd would bave run it. an | I nouncemen: Delinquent sub SC ribers may expect a call from us, w j t h their accounts stuck in the muz ! zle of a six shooter, papei will be running as the sheriff would run it." Otherwise this That tired, haggard look is all due to the nerves. They ara starved. Tone them up, and your whole system will at once take onjnew life and increased vigor. Walker's Tonic recuperates the brain and feeds nourishment to the nerves. It gives vigor, vim and vilal I '*■? '"Le whole system. Sold by H. j E. Walker Drug Co. . j The Corinthian acknowledges with j as much modesty as it can control the many kind words and compliments be stowed on it lately by its friends. We have added expensive equipments the strength of the faith we have in 8 on the growth of Corinth, and all we ask is an opportunity in securing the pat ronage that you can reasonably give. l Sheriff Derryberry and Jack Taylor of this county, who were in the fight at Brice's Cross Roads, visited that place yesterday and went over the scenes of those stirring times of 36 years ago. They were fortunate and happy in locating nearly every point of interest on the field, including the exact spot where they captured the last piece of artillery in the fight. 4. |o. 12 An excursion went down the M. & O. ^this morning, consisting of parties from Illinois going to visit the peach belt at Fruitdale, Ala., 54 miles north west of Mobile, on the M. & Ry. For a number of years peaches have been grown in this section, but only for the past five years has the industry taken on a commercial aspect. About 1896 some Northern peach growers investi gated the country about Fruitdale, and convinced that the soil as Well as the 9 ing no. climate was adapted for peach raising, they bought land and planted the first commercial orchards. Since then every has seen an addition to the area 0 0 . 10 'S year of peach orchards, set out by others who investigated the country, until to day, surrounding Fruitdale, 300,000 peach trees are growing, with many thousands of pears, plums and other oars •ars C. J. F. J. Xf C, fruits. We have a big stock of Rugs and Bynum Bros. must sell them. Ralhbone announced that he in tended to leave Cuba at once and threatened to give away Republican secrets if he were arrested, hasn't left. We confess we should like to know whether his bluff hab been called or not? But he have ami Herbine, yo You feel better at once after using enjoy your food more, and you get more nourishment and in eigorating force out of what you eat. Hence Herbine makes you strong, vig Price, 50 cents by of as tain of 01)0 orous and cheerful J. A. Borroum. To cure chills and fever take Roger The first dose breaks Blue Chill Cure, the ehiils, and 3 doses will cure, Price 25c. No cure no pay. A. C. Bramlitt life. Gli AND HALLY Royal Fraternal Union. join of the of year There will be a special called meeting for Initiation of candi dates next Friday night, Tune 15, at 8 p. m., at K. of P Hall. All members urgently request ed to be present. Refreshments will be served. Ail persons makingjapplica tion to Col. that time about half the usual rate. W. A. Johns. Ree.-Trea«. in mer cinity write Hickman before will be received at the in the was O.C.Meeks Dry Goods Co oy to "Unexampled Bargains," We are thoroughly convinced that the people fully appreciate our low prices and that our '•Bargain Days" are anxiously looked for. We claim' to be goods than selling more dress any other house in North Mississippi. If von Ann', tau.«, .1 • . . , believe this statement just make a canvass among the ladies and little girls and you wifi find that one-half if not dress goods bought at Why is it that so trading with us? The answer js easily given, of all, the people generally kno a specialty of dress goods and are always prepared to show you the vero latest styles and best values. Our spring and goods, more of them nave our store. the all by many women are First ' that we make summer stocK of wash It lawns, ginghams, chambrays, kinds of silks and satins eclipse anything of the kind brought to this market, the prices on all of these goods as fol lows: organdies, dimities, percales, all in are said to ever We have cut 35c goods cut to 20c per yard; 25e goods cut to 15c per yard; IS and 20c goods cut to 8 1-3 and 10c per yard; 10c goods cut to 5c per yard. These are extraordinary low prices and can not last long. The people know it and therefore lose no time In supply ing their wauts. This will be the grandest sales week of the season. Our best bargains will be offered and you are invited to without delay and share the benefit of our cut prices. come O. C, Meeks Dry Goods Co. SOUTHERN railway. Condeused Schedule In Effect December 10, 1899. gricwHT ATKINS. 9 lôiwr jLv Memphis A r 7. lOpmi 7 4uaa 10,05 a ml. Colliers fille. . 0.18pm|. 11.04amiGromT Junotio*. 5.25pm 0.03am il. 39am .. .Middleton... 4.49pm 5.30;.m 12.30pm .. ..Corinth_ 4-OOpml 4 s 6am 1.89pm ,_Iuka. 3.15ptn| 4.00am 8 lop 111 0.57pm 9.48pm 10.18pm II.01pm 11.44pm l L 30pm <8.04am CTtSam 1.05am 1.29am (07am 2.55am .. ..Florence ... ... .Sheffield.... J. 00pm 1.28pm b 37pm 3.55am _k 1 5pm 3 20am | l »8pm 8 05 a Mif-m 1. OfSynn 12.2öum 11.27am 10.54am 10.05am 2.4upm 3.06 pm 3.34pm 4 15pm 6.07pm 5 4-ipra 0. 3-ipra 7.10pm 6 4tpm 10.00; mi 1. lOum .. Tuacumbi».. .. .Leighton ... .. .CourUand... -Decatur.... ...Huntsville.. .... Gurley. ...Bcotiaboro .. ... Stevenson... ArChat'n'gu. Lv LvCbat.np» Ar .. .Knoxville.. .Bristol.... .... Roane k®— .. Lynchburg .. • Washington.. .. .Baltimore... .Philadelphia . ArNewYorkLv 2 b-nia 2.21am 1.40am 12. H5 am 12,01 n't 11. lOpor. 10.30pm 9.10pm 5.5 >pra 2. uopm 9.50am 5.00am 2.45am 9.30pm 8.25pm 0.05pm ft 25pm 32 4. ISum 4.60;im 6.20am 9.55 am l.lOpni 6.45pm ll.5. r u>m 1.50am 6.42um 8.03am |o. 15am;. 12 43pm I. 9.25 8.00am o?.40am 4. loam .... 4.00arc ..Hot Springs.. — 5.15 am 1.29am; 12.10am 7.10pm I 3 52pm 11.15am .... AahcvillB... ...Grrtnsboro. .. Lynchburg .. ..Washington.. ... Baltimore.. ..Philadelphia. ArNew YorltLv 12 23pra ..I 3.43pm ...o.... 8 50pm . 11.35pm .I 2.56am .. j 0.1 3am 9 lO amj 8 25am 8.00am I 0 25pm 0.22am 8.50am \l lOtun Àr. Norfolk. Lv tf.OO.j I 7.30pm ArRichm'ndLv I2.01pm| 9.(K)pm Trains Nor. 33 and 84 carry Pullman dra-win| I room sleeping curs between New York ana Memphis wi'.hout change and through conch be tween Memphis and Washington,Cafe Observa tion car between Chattanooga and Radford. Vi» Trains Nos. 85 and 80 are solid trains, carry ing sleeping oar and Cay coaches between Mem phis and Salisbury and Pullman sleeping car etween Salisbury and New York. xSTlt no. it I ko. ir No. 9. STATIONS, LvChat'n'gaAr .Dalton._ .Rome. _Altaian. .Macon. .Jesup. . JacU.onvilie . .Tampa. m; 0 46am lO. lOpiû 8.00am 12.10am 9.10am 1.30am 11.50am 5.00; 2.25pm! 8.30am 0 . 50pm I. 10 00pm. 7.00am 'S 00pm . & 40rm 3 55 : m 2 80am 11.00pm 7.10pm 4.25pm 4 f'Opm 1 . 20 pm 8 15am 5.10am 7.3 pm Brunswick 6. 10am [ÏÏ59P ,S .van nah. . 5 « Hip I 1.20 pm 8.15pin 3.05pm 7.00am 8.25pm .. ..Augusta_ .. Charleston.. 7.0.iam Trains Nos. 15 and 10 carry Pullman sleeping oars between Chattffnooga, Jacksonville and Tampa. Trains Nos. 8 and 9 carry Pullman sleeping •ars between Chattanooga and Atlanta All trains runs daily. C. A. DeSaübsurf. D. P. A.. Memphis. Tenn. J. P. Bii.LUPB. T. P. A.. Chatianooga, Tenn. F. S.GANKON.3d V.P.and G. Ai. .Washington,D.O J. M. CULP, Truffle Manager, Washington. D.C, Xf A Turk, G. P. a., Washington, u C. C, A. BBMSOOTBB.A.G.P .A..Chattanooga.Tena SIOO. Dr. E. Detchons Anti Dieretic Mav be worth to von more than ÎI0O ir you have a chilli who spoils the bedding from iu eontenence of water drrlag sleep. Cures old ami young aliUo. It arrests tho trouble at once.' *1. Sold by K. Henderson, Druggist. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Few regions have been more richly endowed by Nature than that famous section of Western North Carolina poetically termed "The Lund of the Sky." It has a climate so dry and health giving that it has become known tho world over as a natural sanitarium for the cure of nil troubles of a pulmonary or bronoaial nature. Ashevtlle, the center of this beautiful moun tain hemmed plateau, Is the highest city east of Denver, and ts a busy, thriving place of 12, 01)0 inhabitants, with all themodornismsof city diere the The city lies just at the point life. beautiful French proad and Swannanoe rivers in C., join their crystal waters. Within the city or in Its suburbs many people of wealth have built beautiful and expensive homos, and most notable oœong tbern being the .chateau of Mr. Geo. W Vanderbilt, ,1th its'greut estate, has cost upwards of four million dollars. Asheville is year resort, for the great mountains protect it j winter from the cold winds, and its sum climate is made delightful because o/its which all-thc in tlie mer altitude For cinity c.all write Mr. C. A tanooga. Tenn. descriptive matter of Asheville and vf nv Southern Railway Agent, or Benscoter, A. G. P. A.. Chnt 2 New supply Of pulley rings just re ceived by Kyle & Price. Bradley cuts the price. DO YOU WANT A POSITION? Do you want board? Have you Lost anything? Anything for Sale? £f so, use tue Daily Corinthian columns, the way to reach the people The eoes into the homes or the city. Sev« words to a line: Ic a word for three issues, o Itii . HELk WANTED.—Ladies to adver tlse useful goods. Salary Ç5.00 per week. Call at Cruse street, opposite Mr. Robison's residence or address M | C. Stevens, at rs. FOR 3 A LE —At a bargain, a Trap surry and harness, almost as good as J. D. Ozier. new. 2-ts FOR SALE—Eight acres laud with dwelling and improvements, inside corporation, except about six acres. Apply to S. L. Ward. WANT TO BUY some good residence business property or Corinth. vacant lots m Will pay the price for same hich it is assessed for taxes. J. D. Ozier. 3-ts FOR SALE—Household goods of all kinds for sale. Purchasers will please cab within ten days. to Mrs. F. W. Earnshaw. A good milch cow for sale, fresh in milk. Call on or address W. Ira Smith, four miles south of Corinth. it Nice rooms and board, centrally lo cated. Apply to Corinthian office. FOR SALE—Good milch cow. Apply to S. L. Ward. SUMMER RESORTS. Many delightful summer resorts are situated on aud reached via Southern Railway. Wheth er one desires the seaside fashionable hotels or country homes, they bo reached via this .magnlhcent highway of travel. Asheville, N. C., Hot Springs, N. C.. Halo Springs. Tenn., Roan Mountain, Tenn, and the mountain resorts of East Tennessee and Western North Curolina—"The Lund of the Sky"—Tote 'iSprlngs, Tenn., Oliver Springs, Tenn.. Luokott Mountain, Tenn., .Monte Sano. Huntsville, Ala., Llthiu Springs, Ga.. and the various Virginia Sprltgs; also the seashore resorts, are reached by the Southern Railway on convenient schedules and very lotv rates. The Southern Railway has issued a handsome folder, entitled ''Summer Homes and Resorts,' descriptive of nearly one thousand summer re sorts. hotels and boarding horses, including in formation regarding rates Tor board at the dif ferent places. Write to C. A Beuseotter, A. G. P. A.. Chat tanooga, Tenn . for a copy of this folder. the mountain, the A woman in Idaho got a divorce | from her husband because he would not take her to the Puris Exposition. He testified in court that he was afraid of water and that he was afraid to get into a bath tub even, he got so seasick. That man has indigestion just as a good many others we knowjand should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. (Jet it at Bramlitt s Drug Store. Frost bites, stings, aches and pains are instantly relieved with Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain. Internally it cures colic, cholera and diarrhoea; externally it affords immediate relief from rheuma tism and neuralgia. The world's great est, best and most wonderful Pain killer is Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain. Sola by H. E. Walker Drug Co. JL I Many women fail to digest their food, and so become paie, sallow, thin and weak, while the brightness, iresh Dess and beauty of the skin and com plexion departs. Remedy this by tak ing: Ilerbine after each meal, to digest what you have eaten. Price, 50 cents. J A Borroum. A "B. F. Mouser. druggist at Chetopa, Kansas, says; "I have the best saloon Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin of any ar ticle in ray store. So has Bramlitt's Drug Store. It cures Constipation^ In digestion, Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble. I have been a sufferer from chronic diarrhoea ever since the war, and have used ail kinds of medicines for it. A iast I found one remedy that has been a success as a cure, and that is Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.— F E Grisham, Garrs Mill, La. For sale by .1 A Borroum. It has been discovered that eye salves and waters containing sugar of lead often produce lead poison—fatal : to sight, if not to life. You run a great risk in using such preparations. To speedily and permanently cure sore eyes, grauulated lids or styes without the possibility of evil after effects, use Sntheeiand's Eagle Eye Salve. Good j druggists sell it. Sold by H. E, Wal- j ker Drug Co. SECKET SOCIETIES. MASONIC RLÜK LODGE.—Corinth Lodge No. 110. F. «& A. M. meets reg.ilftTljr the first Friday ni«ht in each month All visiting M. M fi'iiu ft. ali.v invite.: u > attend. C. W. bell, Sec. Woodmen or the World—Meets 4th Tburs day every month. J. E. Young, Clerk. Koval Fraternal Union Meets 1st Friday in every month, K P. Hall. J. VV. Gilbert, G. C., W. A. Johns. R6c. and Trcas. ' C. M. Taylor, W. M. J. T. Bullock, C. C. i J Cures "Colds" in any part of body. |Dr,Fenner'sCoüghHoney Where of her medicine fails this will bring p §• ; a Cure. Taken before exposure prevent s £ g Grip, "Colds," Rheumatism, Croup, igh. By Dealers. iiC'io. Fredunia, N. Y For Bale at Bramlett's Drug Store. 2 [ Influer — 5 1 The non, isthm Whoopinfir ( ize by A HEALTHY BRIBE IS A HAPPY ONE E VERY woman launder obligations to herself and the man she max • ries to be in the most healthy con 5! dltion possible. She should be free of I , all female diseases and menstral irreg |l H ularities, because the condition of the j| wife makes or mare the home. Don't j : i|i delay because you dread to consult a UlihiHJ doctor, for a consultation is unnee essary. Get a few bottles of ill A, o V' GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA as * Trade(Q-.2r. 3?.)Mart. and treat yourself in the privacy of your home. It will cure you. If there is any costiveness or indigestion, re move it with a few mild doses of St. ç? Joseph's Liver Regulator. Write us, if y ou r case is complicated, and we will instruct you, free of charge, how to use these famous remedies. MY WIFE HAS SUFFERED FROM WOMB TROUBLES H lan eleven yeçrs, and has tried everything she could get " r Cerstle's'FemSSn P»A=U'I£ an ? , -®? od - Last spring Feommencedgiving fief say?, L. OERSTLE & CO., Proprietors, Chattanooga, Tenn. Sflwb. r m J. . as well as \. L. Hensley tSc Brother, i FURNITURE, MATTING. RUGS, CHIFFONIERS, SUITS, SIDEBOARDS, HALL TREES, PICTURES, EASELS, IRON BEDS, .. . Everything in the Furniture Line. Also a full line of Undertaker '9 Goods. Don't You Want a Photograph of Yourself or Your Residence? This is the time of year to get good ones. I use nothing - hut the best in both material and instru ments, aud my prices are as low as is consistent with the use of the best material and the latest styles. For yourself, come in the forenoon, but bring the babies on a clear afternoon. These conditions will insure you a fine photograph. My prices are S2, S3, $4, S5 and S10 PER DOZEN. Call and inspect samples. Wait's Studio. JL G. W. BYNUM & SON. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Confections, Teas Coffees. A fresh stock always on hand. Everything in the Grocery line cvn be had here. We deliver purchases to any part of the city We handle a large line of Wagons and Buggies of best make and will be pleased to quote prices on these g'oods. G. l/V. Bynum & Son. TELEPHONE 42. ft! SL; Woman's-— Crowning Virtue. r 11 b C : vj ^ j j ;; Belton, Mo., July 27. For years I suffered terrible pains every month and my doctor told me I could not be cured except by an operation. I felt I could not submit to that and was so des pondent I had given up all hopes of a cure. My husband insisted on my trying Wine of Cardui and at last thank God I aid try it. Last month I did not have a pain, and did all my work, which I had not done in seven yeatt. Ml ». Hi > ■ V MRS. MINNIE LITTLE. : V [ti Modesty is the crowning virtue of American women. It is the trait that ail mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all created things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women prefer to suffer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a physician, and to even think of submitting to an examination is revolt ing. They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure "female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms, if special treatment is required they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta nooga Medicine Co.,'and their letters will be promptly answered by women trained in the cure of womanly weaknesses and irregu larities. There should be no hesita tion. Delayed treatment means a chronic condition. The longer postponed the harder to cure. * ¥ 5 i it LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMEHT. For advice in cases req airing special directions, addr es' Advisory Dep M£Z)ICK\K CO., Chattanooga, Tenn. i "ViOtiA A LARGE BOTTLE OF WISE OF CARDUI COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE.