Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 126, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 11, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11,1900.
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i FIGHTING AT
WILL CROWD THE STORE.
values offered in every department. All lot# are arranged on
iters. Marked in plain figures just as advertised. My loa , yoür
te must be sold quickly. Here are price# that will aerve as an in-
0 000 00
26,000 0 "
, 600,000 00
St the l>ov«
dp this, Uth.
i CO., Tex.
Lot No. 1.
liases' and children's black lace
striped hose, siz.*e'-l to ft,- regular
price 25c, Bale priceT6 2 3n a pair.
Ladies' black luce striped hose, sizes
8 to 9 1 2, rehilar price 35c, sale
J- price 20c a pair.
Lot N 3. 2.
Ladies' cummer eortctp, all frizes, reg-
" ular pHce*25c, sale price 19o éacli.
One number in the fi.ni us American
• Lady snmiucr.córíet, uvular price
$1 00, sale price 7¡ c each.
Children's Npaareth waists, the 85c
kind, sale_price 25ceach.
Lot No. 3.
8 l-Sc etahroiderii a and insertions at
5'j a yárd • ,
' 15o emhroidi'ries and insertions at 10c
I £5o embroideries
J , 17 1 2¿'a yard.
' or.. ,
nd inferí ions at
35c embroideries nud insertions at 25c
60o flouucings, 40 inch wide, S5c yd
C>5v flouncing , 40 inch.wide, 39c yd.
. 75c allover erubroiderietj^at 50o a yard.
$1.25 allover linibr'oideries at 90c a yd
wide, at 3
1 He ft yatT
0t No. 4.
(lansook, 30 inches
2c a yard,
peeked nansook at 10c
Lot No. 5.
Cotton foulards and imported Irish
dimities, regular 25c, sale price 15c
Fine sheer dimities and lawns, regu-
lar price 15c, tale price 10c a yaid.
Lot No. 7.
All 8 l.?3 lawns and dimities, sale
price 5c a yard.
Lot No. 8.
deautlful French ginghams, regular
price 10c, sale price 7 l-2c a yard.
All 20c and 25c ginghams and Egyp-
tian tissues, sale prico-12 1 3c a yd.
? Lot No. 9.
Light colored percales, yard wide,
regular price 8 1 3c,.at 5c. a yard.
Lot No. 10.
Big let of narrow valencian laces, sale
price 20c a dozen yards.
Lot No. 1-1.,
Foulard silk*, the nioet dts^rahle silk
of the season, #1 quality at 50i- a
yard, 75c quality át 87 1 2c a yard
Oflly a few pieces of Ki-Ki wash si ks
in'StiMtll stripes, 35<j quality to close
out at 20c a yard. ;
Lot NO. 1 2.
No. 100, wide fanoy ribbon, 75.: quality
sale price 37 1 2c a yard
Wide fancy anil plain taffeta ribbons,
35c qualily, sale price 19o a yard
25c qualily, sale price 15c a yard.
Lot No. 13.
Fully belt buckles and Rings, regu-
lar price 25c, sale price 15c.
Ladies' new silk ties, "65c quality at
Lot No. 14.
100 pairs of men"# and boys' gl 60
and $2 00 shoes, broken lots on
table, at $1 00 a pair.
150 pairs ladies' and misses' II <\0 and
$'2 00 oxfords and slippers, all on
table, at $1 00 a pair
Lot No. 15.
Ladies' out of style oxjwrds, all hand'
made goods, the regular prices are
$2 50 and 18, sale price tl 50 pair.
Big'lot of men's' and boys' tnti and
black new style «boos,. regular $2 00
and . $2 50 s'ioes, sale price $1.60
Lot No. 16.
Men's white unlaundred shirts, .regu
l*r price 35c, sale price 25c each.
Men's white unlaundred shirts, 20
hundred linen booeoio, the 75c
kind, at 50o each
Monarch and Eclipse negligee shirts,
$1,25 and $1 50 kind at 75c each.
V. Lot No. 17.
Sjftw bats, big box lull out in front,
•• assorted lot boys' and men's, at 10c
Lot No, 18.
One show case full of moa's and boys'
50c and 75o stiaw and crash hats,
sale price 25c each.
Lot No. 19.
Choice of afl this season's #1 50 and
12 00 straw hats, tho latest shapes,
at $1.00 each.
Lot No. 20,
All. carpets and lace curtains at cost
and 10 per cent added.
15c mattings at' 10c a yard.
25c matting.* at 17 1 £c a yard.
30c nfattinga at 20o a yard.
35c mattings at 25c a y ard.
50c mattings at 35c.
me early and avoid
; the rush.
Chas. A. Moorer,
East Side Square.
FIX YOUR PIPES.
Is the Proper Time ' to
•Trouble and Expense.
ange of lo-
go Board of
, * JI
li 57 ;
, 3 p«-Oet,
Deo laq, 87-tt,
Middling 6 1-82.
bis, Am. 340 .
pork 12 40
Th« ranre. or
ml Steady, mid
re being paid
.¿v ■ '
r Fielder requests the Rkoiu
eay tó all persons who have
pipes under the surface of
tr street thtt they ífiould be
n permaneat condition at once.
Old pipes should ^e^ltaevyed,' using
galvanized iron or lead, which will
last much longer'than common ^iron
The street is being graded prcpar
atory to laying the vitrified brick
pavement, and it is fu*, little trouble
to get at the pipes now, but it will be
difficult and expensive after tho pave
ment is laid. Should there be a leak
after the street is p'aved, the water
may run several ^blocks before it
IF YOU KNOW :
the value of iv telephone, ¡ri-y.imr home,
WHY NOT TELL
. YOUR FRIENDS?
If you <lon't know, ask the local manager -
Sontliw 6stBrn*T6l6grapli & TeleplioheCo.
comes to the surface, making it diffi-
cult to locate the break and requiring
much tearing up of pavement.
Tnold-timer7 1 -
It Slaked Thirst and Cooled Cop-
. - pes. in the Early Ilays.
While grading Houston street in
fronfcof the ReoibtSh office yesterday
evening, an old well was uncovered
which was dug so long ago that few
people iu Sherman Can tell anything
concerning.it. About one-half of the
circle of brick curbing could be seen,
tho rest being under the sidewalk
It was "brimming full and running
over" with water, and a 25 foot pole
just touched bottom.
Alderman Hopaon says that ths
well was dug long- before the war,
when there were no solid blocks of
brick business houses surrounding its
location. ' It has been uncovered sev-
eral times, hi. t not lately.
Plenty of thein at Micklu Hardware
A ILclihbU' J'iaiTo Tuner
is tho only kind to hwe. Blfcke &
Fowler have one. He will be hero two
weeks of every month. Leave order
at the Sherman Mu io Co , s'-ore 141
north Travis. J. B. Ci/ask, Tuner
Ceremonies Attend*d- by Many Peo-
ple Fi"jm 1'eni-iOn.
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Sherman Rehckah lodge No, 125
installed officert last night as follows:
Mrs. Ida Totten, N .0: Mrs. Mollie
Blair, V G; Mrs. Leli* Smith, S*c;
Miss Maggie Hector, Treas,
About fifty latlies and gentleruon,
members of Deuisou Lodge, No. 126,
came over on a Katy spccial to attend
th^ ceremonies, attend the banquet
and mingle (Socially with Sherman
lodge. The visitors expressed great
pleasure at the manner of their en-
THE NINTH INFANTRY HAS AR-
RIVE I) AT TAXU—ITALIAN
ie Product of Some i flow's
By S^ilppa-McRae Pre Atttoclatlon,
SnANouit, July tl ~The fighting
at lien Tsin July 6, when the Chinese
were repulsed after eight hours fight-
ing, was even more sovere than the
engagement of July 4. Tho Russians
alone buried 200 men.
Shanghai, July 11.—The Chiuese
are bombarding Tien Tsin from the
uorihwest wall of the city fort.
Friendly Taotis (governors)are doubt-
ful if the allies in Tien Tsin can
withstand the assaults of the Chinese
unless reinforced._ It is belie.ved the
town would lrave been rushed long
ago, hut for the spleudid scouting of
Washington, July 11—A cable-
gram from Admiral Remey, at Cliee
Foo announces the arrival of the
Ninth infantry at Taku and Colonel
Mead's advance to Tien Tsin. He
says the foreigners at Tien Tsin ag.
Romk, July 11—The Chinóse ox-
pedition causes great enthusia&m
ajmong troops drafted from different
cities of Italy. Two thousand are
already concentrated at Naples.
mite at Pomeroy yesterday. The
tragedy occurred in tbeCatholio cem-
imm—KTMiH Htfimnfm w m** mi
Politioal Prophet Forcast Borne Who
Will Not Be In It.
By Sorlppa-McRa* Prau AMoalatlao.
Waíhihqíon, July U —PoJitloal
prophets here say that If MoKinley is
re-elected, Attorney General Orlggt,
Secretaries Long and Uitohoook, and
Poatmuter General Smith will not be
|o the next cabinet,
A GOOD HAUL.
Train Robbers Got in Their Work in
By Scrlpps-Mcnoe A«oc-i tlon.
Paducah, Ky., July 11.—Near
Wyckliffe this morning six,,men flag-
ged a passenger train qn the IUiuoiH
Central, entered an express car, over-
powered the messenger, blew open
the safe and secured $10,000. The
men escaped, crossing the Mississippi
river in Missouri.
jester ON trial
The prices below are paid by Sher-
Wheat per bn*h*l, : Cft
Oat (sacked)per Imebel, ..... 5M
(Joro per bftabel 4')
Hay-(eboio«) ptr ton !... Í7
Chickens (spring) per do* fi'M to t M>
Hens ;.... «t. to* 85
Kggs per doz, ' «to 8c
Hotter, ,*.... J2JÍ tó 1#?S
Plenty of them at Mickle Hardware
Buy your groceries from C ,1 Hay-
don. Everything fresh and new.
Goods delived promptly to any pari
of tho city.
The Aged Defendant No Before a
Jury of His Peers.
Hy Hcripps-MeUfce rreta tO *
New London, Mo., July 11 — a
trial of Alexander Jester, arrestfl <q
Oklahoma and churged with the i
der of Gilbert Gates in 1874, com
menced here today with the opening
statements of the stato and defense.
There is great interest in tho trial.
W. R. Pritchett, who was quite sick
last week, has recovered and is ag^iu
at his post with Murphy Dry Good*
Mrs. W 8. Almond of Gainesville
and Misa Hattie Stamm of Peórla, III.,
are visiting theit brother and unole,
C, C. Maxwell, on East Cherry street.
Jlidge Peck of Deuison wag here
today.:. ■ f ,
Judge Woods has received a lotter
from Congressman Lanhatn saying it
will be impossible for him to be here
on the occasion of the . ex-Confed-
erate picnic. Mr. Lanham was down
as one of the speakers.
John jBell of VVhitesboro was ex
amined before a jury in the county
court to day and declared to be of un-
sound mind. Ho will be detained in
jail until admitted to the asylum.
County Judge Woodo will deliver
an address at a confederate plcniti to
morrow at 8cott McKlnney spring,
fivtftlSleH east of Van Alstyne.
mandato in the Bob Smith
oa£3 .vai teoeived from the criminal
court of appeals to-day. It wilt be
remembered that the court dismissed
J case on appeal because of the
istrict court is finishing up for the
term and will probably adjourn to-
Commissioners' court finished busi-
ness today and adjourned for the
On August 12th the Eleventh
Texas, C. 8. A., will hold a "reunion
at old Georgetowu, three miles north
of Pottsboro. There will be a barbe-
cue. Wagons will convey visitors
from Pottsboro to the grounds.
Mr. Studebaker of Dallas is In the
city. He contomplateaentering busi-
ness here if he can secure a business
house suitably located.
'The Rboibtek ha race i ved proceed-
ings of a meeting held at Denison
yesterday, at which time a County
Ginners' Association was organised.
It will be published tomorrow.
BIDS FOR PRIVILEGES.
Indj^Yi^l and 'Frisco Jubilee, Mili-
General Wheeler Pays They Would
Prevent a Filipino Government.
.Bids for privileges at the Sherman
Mustrial and Frisco Jubiles, Mili-
Dcampment and Old Settler*'
n will be received up to fi
o «ide\on' 'he afternoon erf July 2.3,
Seai tabids will.bp received by the
oxecuP*lk commit^ tho >
no titration that
ly after privi-
Don't Hurry !-If You Do
XV YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL .
Sit under of the electric ÍUn ami
Popular lee Cold Drinks.
* . Reminds you of Klondike. '
W. L. BITTING & 00. ,
FOR SHOE REPAIRING.
Best work. Neatest Work. ( Lowest Pi Ices,
(jj\Travls Street, next to Blnkloy Hotel,
■ * , > m
Who Will Kepresent
>n October 14th, 1900, at the State Fair ?
. . ■ ■ .
This will be decided by popular vote, the lady receiving the most ?¿u« wfll. ICdliUiV! st '«SfeRV
to this honor. Ballot* wllj bo given hy thé following merchant* with e
cashpitrohnse ■ " ■ :
Beginning Monday, July
fPÜPB ">?- §
Walter O, Jones & Co., Dry Good*, J. B. Shaw Sc Son," "
R. B. Simmons, Drug , W. ÍL Oooney, Urtwier,
l'KNIH()N. ' - ''v*"v"
T. J$. Wahlron, 3>mKgirt, 228 MsiirStroet. ülark & Douglan , Talloi .
G, B. Jlugliet, Book and Stationery. f, G. tJoleiuan, Gr—
T. W. Pih'kett, Binib , Stationery, Wall Pa|Hirand Paints. W.
A. 8. Knaur, Grocer. G. P. Ti.bln, 211 Main Street Shoe Store.
TheFollowing Prizes WU1 toe Awarded: .
«A i. ysixi.oo
• .. . -
By ficrippft McHat Prem AtBOrlitlon.
Chicago, July 11 —At a reception
here last night General Joe Wheeler
said there had never been such a
thing as a Filipino government, as
none of the seven tribes in the arch)
pelsgo wi.V^iccep(éámLOf the others
aw a ruiing. power.
Iiy Pcrli>p|i-3McTU#0Pr*i AnpooUtlon.y •
Fiiht Doooe, la, July n
Johnson blew his head off with dyna
leges are aw^r
owners of pi
in their rig
IloduceiiolweM on all railroads.
Full lis our th® privileges may he
had by jjh-/re«sing tho secretary at
J C«oifc A Lyow, Pres.
¿.iwl F- OntauLK, Sec.
Sftjf has bee*
[German forcea K
4. Complete Scholarship at Metropolitan Buoiness College
6, Completé Scholarship at Dalla Telegraph College
fl. Bláekenderfer Typewriter, T, Itussell
In tho follojjjifjjn^ ' "
íhA laJy receiving the largest vi
3-4, In like manner in towns of iW.QOO or foss.
C-Ó. In li^'wanher In town* of 6fl00 or lets.
of amount of hid
before contract is
are exclusive and
Sges will bo protected.
&y special ofBcer .
Jicampment lasts one
iilee proper four days.
le« on all i "
In town of «000 or lws. >■, fl< , , |—
■Bule of Contest: .
f enter the race.
votes will be published as a candidate; ' r
1A W Mr n —
will be subject to the fiu,^ than t ,
4. Tliat the votes.
Ii. The presents
0, Tlie Hre leading
to rejirwcmt tliern, tlw
ballot box will he turn
continue the count
the One! wnint will be
' " 'Sj '<
leth will «achjwlect a gentler
Uifl Judges; the key. of
1"'*£ " S *- ^
ALTER C. JONEfe <S¿ CO
READ OUR PRICES.
$2.00 shirt waists at $1.00.
$2.00 silk umbrellas at $1 00.
$a.00 linen skirts at $1 00.
$2.00 boysMinen s nits at $;1.Q0.
$2.00 Swiss curtains at $1.00.
Boat ginghams 10c yard.
Beat 15c l iwn at 9c yard.
Irish dimities at 15c yard,-
Bleached domestic 5c a yard.
5j[hite shirts $1, $1.25, $1.60, worth $2.60.
Bese colored organdies 15c and 20c yard.
Xisle threat vests 10c apieoe, ^ :
C^love fitting corsets, worth $1.00, at 60.
Satin st^ck collars 25c,
Men's best balbrigan shirts 19c. -
Hen's negligee shirts 42c.
Lawns, Dimities, Organdies, the Largest Stock, Best Styles,
close of the
o and results fo
ool skirting 60c
welt piquet 16c yard.
y made piquet skirts
hey parasols at big disco
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