Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 12, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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THE BEST I INSTRUMENT IK THE WORLD.
Do not be persuaded to buy any other Piano until yon have called at
onr atoreor have written and obtained onr price and term*. It ia FOSI
TIYELY to TOÜ? INTEREST to do this.
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When You Want
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In the Following Lines of Goods.
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The prions quoted yield but little r ~
and would yield none but for the tireless
energy of our eastern buyer who is al*
: Ways ready with the oash to oonvert
to the benefit of us and our oustomers
the Oommeroial misfortunes of this
orowded section of our country.
Verdant fields and flower bedecked prairies, the rioh notes of the mocking
bird and the "Larks' Sweet Lay" quickens our pulse and we make the sacri-
fice,not so much for profit as for business.
AS THE WAR HORSE
At the first blast of the trumpet, "Ohamps bis bits," so «re, at svidenees of
the opening soason feel eager for the fray."
tibe, also reoeivsd -
w about the head an<
Oomptou herself has a
g«b on th. right ride of
«r face and^ Jier now,^ and
nor. Emma Wilson sustained no
wounds about the face, btti ii is
thought that her right ankle is elth«r
broken or badly, wrenched. Mrs.
"We oame o*
the afternoon and had
St, Louis Agricultural and Mechanical
ISt. Louis, October 15tb, 1886.
P1 ! This is to cortify, that on the 10th day of September, 188G, I sealed the
\ Refrigerator, exhibited byMr. W. Graysou, Representative of the St. Louis
Refrigerator and Wooden Gutter Company, at the 17th Exposition and Fair
of the 8t. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Association.
Ou the date aforesaid the said Refrigerator contained a sheep and one
side of beef. On the 8th day of October, I removed the seal from said Re-
frigerator,' opened the door, and found all the meat deposited in said Ro-
frigeratof'a* aforpeaid, it) an pjfeeljent condition, and as fresh as on the day
||)0 mipap wa^ clapo^itoci.
We, the oommittee, found the above bo* perfectly dry, and the meat
fresh and Bweet, when we opened the box and awarded the premium.
- JOSEPH CRAWSHAW, Sen.,
. ',;.«rr i-'v; •.• /. • - I: 1 - i... Wholesale Oarpet House,
f , . J. H. CRANE,
-■ f; -t< Wholesale Furniture House.
MARTIN LAMMERT, •
Wholesale Furniture House.
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Our assortment of Print and Qingbams comprises the choicest stylos in
Bleached and'Brown Domestics in all grades and widths.
Ohambray Ginghams, all shades.
Fancy Imported Ohambrays with Bourettes to match.
One hundred pieces of Fancy Lawn, former paiee 6 12o, now 3 3 2
Linen Lawns, solid colora, in pinks, blues and tans.
Impofted Peroab in Linen patterns.
Novelties in Checked and Stfip^d Gingb^igi.
Toyie f ' Nords in the newest patterns, former prioe lfic, now 8c.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stove.
ROBERTS, HARDWIGKE & TAYLOR, Agls.
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&. T£. LOWE &c
Étáple and Fancy Groceries, Country Pro-
ducé, Feed, Etc. Wagon Yard Connected.
SCOTT & KÍLLGORE STAND, • - EAST LAMAR STREET
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Cballles Figured on light ground, beautiful in texture and design, for-
mer price 35c, now 16 2 3.
English veiling, single |old, former prioe §0p,no^ 10 2 3; double fold,
former prioe ^ now ^ *• 1'
pFinkle Sobes, $8.80 to ll.tfl,
Quaker Gray fiuitings, plain and fancy to match. Embroideried Persian
Novelties. Worth's Imported Novelties in the new shades of Heliotropee
and Tans. Japenese Suitings with-lMMid worked embroideries to match, in
fact ererything andar this heading in elegant assortmen.
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Lyofjs an^ T|pspier yjjfi Doybys, well known brands, in gros grain
Surrahs, Faille |||i|cia8, Satin D'Lyoqs and Rhadameo in abundance,
The biggest drive on earth. Ono hundred pieces White Peques, former
price 8 1 8, now 56. f.
One hundred pieces checked and figured Nansooks, former price 8 13c,
now 61 So.
One hundred pieces India Linens, former price now 519,
Bishop and Yktoria Lawns, ^ulls, pefsiw) Lawns mS «II other goods in
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story wM told bj •J4®®0®*.
all over the city,
\ home when the moon mune
np. The bones were rather
Md jost M we readied the
where the sooideat . iwourred, Mil.
ipton, who was driving, lost con-
trol of the animals and I could
get hold oftbelines soon enough to
chock them. The bnggy was over
turned, and the little boy thrown ont
first, and I think the wheel of tbo
buggy ran over his
both myself and Mrs. Oompton
were dragged for some distance
and over the street' railway.
Oompton pioked her little boy up and
carried him to the Union Depot I
tried to walk and fell to the sidewalk.
A policeman came and picked me np
and carried me to this hotel,
man House), ' ' ' WgS
This part of the story is oorrob
orated by Policeman Burgess, who
took her to the hotel. Mrs. Oompton
carried her little boy home on the
train today at noon.
Mrs. Comptou and her little boy
went over to Denlson on the nopn
train, while the other unfortunate vio
tim of the runaway is in bed unable
to be moved, and it is powtible that
her wonnds aré even more serion*
jw||.was at first expeoted.
KÉrs. James Brown Potter should
at least even our Langtry aooount
with England. It is as well now as
The oommittee front thh
ocal committee will meet
that of other points, han^
be matter thorongbly discussed.
at any time to have that old, old
monarchy understand that it* ■-
only nation that oan eend out
sional beauties to play actress.
balance of trade is swinging around
where it belongs.
The British steamer Lepante
rrived at this port on Saturday night
from Hull, Eng., brought one
nr~a beautiful white owl. The ow
lined the ship when she was about
SO miles from land. At 8:30 o'clock
last Tuesday, as the steamer was
ead eea, a white bird was seen
alight on the steamer's main tru« k.
each shot gol
of ths ma
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^lo^ingt «hops, baity genis fqvniehing goods, carpets, upholstery
and all other lines under the roof t.f our three story brick at immense reduc
It is onr provinoe to tell where yoa can ^>end your money to the beet id
vantage. It is yours to see for yonrselvev* pay the penalty of higher prices,
selected from emaler assortments.
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to bis first love, the main
trnok. When daylight oame it was
seep that the strange Visitor was a
pure white owl, of the snowy spetfes,
common in North America an<
Northern Europe. Steward Classen
determined to catch the owl,i and an
offer of five ehillings was enoi
prompt one of %^mqten to
tb^ WMt.nná eeonre ibepr se. Once
on deok it was discovered that an un
umallv fine specimen of the owl fam
llj boa been captured, measuring four
and a half feet from tip to'tip.—Bo*
Til Alseat-WidMl laa.
Absent mindednoss is a
failing, and at times exQt $n«ly Ml
noying. <* flsriane eonsequenoes
raSflltTrom it, The lawyer of
city who emptied n hod of ooal
his bedroom wasbstand, one night,
Mid then' turned a basin of w te on
•be fire has frequently hid cause to
deplore the habit hi* i onghta Vvo
of wandering. He v^in New York
two « thrw years ago Md when
evening oame he attended the tbea
ter, the play was of aa emotional
charaoter and the female portiou of
the audienoe bad almoeli
for their hBuhieáltiil.1
heart ie-tender leo, and when tike
on the stage got into an ex
hM^erape-lM^ Wt sorry
lot ner, ana negsn *o grow, mem
about the eyes himself, but bis
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At .á A
At loa moment.
at noon the !
cnat th#%mount 1
ortfce Mnmored HtlllnK of Inn.
reaehod Denison also yesterday ""
sumstanoee as near áá
learned, says the Qasetle's
pondent there are «« follows:
of the Indian police,
H|1 aocompanied by tfHHni'
tian and Dave Hardwiok, áeriff of
prisoner eharged wit
and were tsking |ilm
Biny mmm Mm
were in a buggy, with the
oner between them. | Hardwiok ,jm
dashed forward Justin time totee
Alex Drusent and Steve Bussell
loping off on tbe'r horses. He
obaee, but they suoóéeded in m< _
good their eeoape. Hardwkdc return
to the buggy and found both BUI,
Fields and ?im Christian lying dead
The prisone* was retaken by a iiegro
named Orotfder Nix, who happened
Holds m BéoocaMÜTxe«Uag LsM
Pursuant to agreement the gentle
men interestod in the organixatioi
and maintainanoe of a Young Men's
Gbritttiaa Aftioliliiion§ in th# olfcf
met in a goodly number, at the Firs
Presbyterian Cburah* lart night, to
take the first stepe toward beeomlnt
Th« meeting was called toorde
and a thorough discussion of the
beat plan Of organization discussed.
It'wasfinftUy decided to organise
at 0nce,|nd a call of theroll diaclosed
the fact that over 80 membera were
enrolled in a very short time.
The meeting proceeded to the eleo
tion of aboard of fifteen, tvith thé
0. Carpenter, 0, A. wvj,
"1*0 xL.^0 IMk
copal Church '
& 0. Lankford, Tom Biobarda
i 0. N. Roberta,
Oribtíe, Oí & "
The election of officers was
gone into and resulted as foUowa:
. .|^BL LkTblliss, Prosident,.¿Mrp
Thos. Riouards, Vice Presideut,
losimr Dio i
the eoort ia a <
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pomd to i -
«aaAlania kia I
neg i«o wí:|||rj
way sulltar the "■
law. -.."There i
Os*ii ¡sealsM*'4' ^
íeót their ^
son road reoeivé ai
i| ' w''"'<v ■■■' "f ■•"Vi ' ^
Fire in Addkwn,
latroyed a I
ing $60,000 ^
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wailed to *2000 at
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