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VOL. VII.—WHOLE NO. 928
CORINTH. MISS.. TUESDAY. JUNE 12. 1900.'
DAILY: TEN CENTS A WEEK.
WORKING DEMOCRACY.
Force of Half a Million to be
Raised by National
Committee.
Washington, June 12.—The Dem
I ocratic national committee has adopt
ed a system this year which is de
signed to be especially effective in
campaign work.
Secretary Walsh says there is now
ready for the ensuing campaign a
force of 500,000 workers organized
by election precincts in ail the close
states rnd congressional districts of
the country. Each of these workers
also a contributor to the extent of
is
$2 to the campaign fund and is tbe
accredited representative of the na
tional committee in his election pre
If every one ot them comes
I cinct.
up promptly with his $2 the national
committee soon ought to have in its
the comfortable sum of
treasury
$5,000,000.
M.&0. WRECK.
Freight Train Meets Disaster
Near Rienzi.
There was a large freight wreck on
"the Mobile & Ohio road one mile south
ot Rienzi yesterday afternoon.
While pulling up a grade a heavily
loaded car of pig iron gave way and
about twenty cars piled up in the
wreck. The cars were loaded with
lumber, iron, rosin, etc., and the loss
to freight was not very large. A lot
of baled clotb consigned to tbe Alcorn
Woolen Manufacturing Co. of this city
was also in the wrecked ears.
; The loss in cars and delay in trafic
was considerable. The track was
blocked until about daylight this
morning when a temporary track was
completed around the wreck.
The special tra n from Ealdwyn
carrying the veterans and reunion vis
itors did not arrive in the city until 7
o'clock this morning.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR.
Regulates, Liver, Stomach Bowels and i
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Kidneye.
For biliousness, constipation and ma
lati.
For indigestion sick and nervous
headache.
For sleeplessness, nervousness heart
failure and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kiney
diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies for natural and thorough or
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
50c and SI bottle, at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At- 1
lanta. Ga.
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GRATITU1IE.
Dr. H. Mozley—Dear Sir: Since using i
your Lemon Elixir I have never had i
another of those fearful sick head-1
*vhes, and thank God that I have at i
ill cure i
last found a medicine that
those awful spells.
Mrs. Etta W. Jones,
Parkersburg, W. Va.
MOZLEY'8 LEMON KLIXIIt
1 suffered with indigestion and dys
entery for two long years. I heard of
Leuion Elixir, took seven bottles and
am now-a welI man. Harry Adams,
1734 First Avenue. Birmingham.
MOZLEY'S LEMON qKLIXIK
Cured my husband who was afflicted
for years with large ulcers on his leg,
. was cured afsei using twe bottles;
'l eurra a friend whom the doctors
had given up to die, and who had suf
fered f„ r years with indigestion and
nervous prostration.
Mrs. E. A. Keville.
Woodstock, Ala.
A CARD
For nervous aud sick headache, in
yl&eetiou and constipation [of which I
are been a great sufferer] 1 have Dev
* out: d a medicine that would give
jjucli pleasant, prompt and permanent
«lief os D.i. H. Mozlèv's Lemon Elixir,
p ... S. P Sawtell,
nohsher Morning Call, Griffin, lia.
pjpif the stomach performs its functions
ngf-fively and regularly, the food oj
Kg" lcb is a reeepticle, is transformed
? ™o blood of a nourishing quality
■ ^ticli furnishes vigor and warmth to
5 s . whole bodv
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ii promotes (^igeStmo
Brice 50 cent*. J A.
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stomach an
assimilation.
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1,500 BOERS
Reported Surrendered
Brabant at Ficksburg.
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It Is Also Reported that the Boer Gen.
Oliver Has Been Killed in the
Fight at Roockrintz.
By Wire to the Daily Corinthian.
London, June 12.—Reports from
Bloemfontein state that fifteen- hun
dred Boers in the Ficksburg district
have surrendered to General Bra
bant.
It is also announced that the
Boer general, Oliver, was kifled in
the fight at Roockrintz.
ANOTHER CONVENTION
Will Be Necessary to Create a
New Executive Committee.
Jackson, June 12.—Col..Power, the
secretary of the recent convention
which assembled in this city, has
received from Chairman Miller a
courteous acknowledgement of the
receipt of the list of names of the j
new executive committeemen pro- i
posed bv the convention to be voted
on in the primary June 31. Chair
man Miller in his letter does not in
dicate what course he will pursue in
regard to the names furnished. Tbe
resolution calling for the creation of
a new committee provided that those
nominated should be voted for in
tbe primary in the event tbe pres
ent committee should be reconvened
and authorize their names printed
upon the ticket. As the model bal
lots do not contain these names and
as they have been completed and J
are being sent out by Secretary Cou
nor, it is an assured fact that the
committee intends to ignore the ac
tion of the convention. The mem
bers of the convention will thus find
themselves committed to another
conventiou in September for the pur
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pose of creating a new state execu
tive committee.
Belle Boyd Dead.
Kilbourue, Wis., June 11.—Belle
Boyd, the famous Confederate spy,
died suddenly of heart disease here
teday, aged 57 years. Sne had come
here to lecture.
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Ancient Kitchen Tools
Are allright for a museum, but they
have no place in the modern kitchen.
We have a full supply of up-to-date
cooking appliances. They save time,
money and labor.
Call and examine our line of
Lisk's Patent Anti-Rust Tinware
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A HENRY LANDSLIDE.
Vicksburg Man Will Represent
Shoestring District.
Vicksburg, .Miss., June 12.—Judge
I Henry carries W
arren, nis home
county, by 1,300 majority. He also
carries Sharkey by 250, Issaquena
by 250, Quitman by 40 majority,
Coahoma by 25 majority, Bolivar by
It is a Henry landslide, he hav
ing carried six out of ten counties.
Janies D. Tnames, chairman of Judge
Henry s campaign committee, esti
nrthtes Judge Henry's majority over
both of his opponents in the entire
district at 1,250 majority.
Victorious Corinthian.
Special to tbe Corinthian.
Clarksville. Teno., June 12.—William
H Hill, of Corinth, Miss., son of Dr.
county, was
awarded the society improvement
mt'dal at the Southwestern Presbyte
rian University last night.
H.
A. Hill, of Alcorn
LONDON STAGGERED.
Over Recent Railroad Cuttings and
Other Boer Operations.
London, June 12.—the news that
j the sh - utHn « ° ff of Lord Roberts'
i ««pmunication with the outer world
was accompanied by such a serious
loss came like a bolt from a eompar
atlvely clear sky. lr. London, until
the Be * s came - il was tbou K ht * bat
the destruction of the railroad was
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accomplished by Free Staters who
were avoiding rather than annihi
lating the British detachments sta
tioned at the poiuts attacked. Nor
are Gen. Forestier-Walker s vague
statements regarding Methuen and
the situation at Heilbron looked
upon as reassuring. The Boers ap
pear to be in sufficient strength to
completely separate all the British
forces north and south of a line
stretching some fifty miles between
Roodeval and Heilbron. Methuen's
march upon the latter place seems
somewhat in tbe nature of amove
j ment for the relief of Colville. The
|oniy British officer left at Roodeval
appears to be the doctor in charge
of the hospital, which is full of
wounded
What has happened to the troops
immediately north of RoodeYal is
still a matter for conjecture.
All in all, to-day's dispatches re
veal that the situation is far more
serious than anyoae imagined.
BUY THE BEST.
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The Cash Shoe Man's Store News.
We place on sale for this week from one of the largest jobbings
houses in the country the following lines of drummers' samples
all of which will he sold exactly at wholesale prices, the extra
discounts giving us our profits. Be prompt if you would have
the choice picking.
Towels a de
lightful freshness in the
Among them Huek and
pecially absorbing and
their irregular and
ing in prices is about
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lately landed goods.
Turkish Towels,
satisfying because of
rough weave. The sav
25 cents on the dollar to you.
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One third to be saved on
Hosiery
Yes we would have to ask you
one-third more for the same
lots. And it's certain that no
house in this country could
show you anything like the
assortment.
Three pairs for
the price of twt>, in Women's,
Men's, Misses' and Infants'
All kinds and all colors.
Made perfect because they
were made for samples.
For Economical
Folks_
Shirts
We are going to let prices
do most ot the talking and they
will make an interesting speech.
Interesting to the prospective
shirt buyer of frugal mind.
But this word of the goods:
Every novelty and every staple
shown in this line of samples is
approved by the fashion fixers.
Shirts for men and boys.
Gentlemen if you haven't
the time to take advantage of
this offering you will do well
to send some one to buy for you. |
Handkerchiefs
The assortment is complete.
Values seldom seen in this
country.
The Cash Shoe Man.
CHAS. H. GISH,
ONE HALF BLOCK WEST OF COURT HOUSE
Selling Agent H. & I,
Collars and Cuffs.
fftWS MA/Vr
foJOTDIN

A bit of good news.
Summer
Underwear
Here is a piece of good fortune
for belated underwear buyers.
The house from which these
samples came prides itself on
its underwear, of which it
makes a specialty. Ot course
we could dispose of jnearly all
these goods at regular retail -
prices and make fully a third
more money, but it is better
that we give you the advantage
of the third; we won't carry
I over any stock and you will
think the more of us for such
bargains. Underwear for Men,
Women and Children.
I weren't novel?
man who wants neck wear wants
the newest and most stylish
kind. There is just that kind
| to be had in this line of samples
at 50c on the dollar.
Neckwear
w hat good whould the fan
ciful neck dressing be if they
That's the way
The woman or
we look at it.
Novelties
In hair ornaments at about
50 cents on the dollar.

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