Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 132, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 18, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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ues offered in ever;
Marked in plain fi
ust be «old quickly,
2 So a pair.
[>ed hose,' sizes
$1 00, sale
. kind, «ale
price 35c, sale
Rrsete, all frizes, reg-
íale price 19c each,
tie famous American
oreet, regular price
i 75c each.
waists, the 35c
t No. 3.
rica and insertions at
Lot No. 0.
Fine sheer dimities and law
lar price 15c, pale price 10
Lot No. 7
Misses' and childre
striped hose, aijzes
price 25c, sal^ pric
8 to 9 1-2,
price "20c ft
SHiliailAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. lOOO
I WAR HAS BEEN
ILL GROWS) THE STpRE
ent. All lots are arranged on
as advertised. My loss, your
that will serve as aq in-
and insertions at 10c
rica and insertions at 25c
f 8 1-Sc enjbri
5c. a yard
' a yard.
17 1 2 c a
500 <1 lUnciAis, 40 inch wide, 35c yd.
<#>5c tlouuciug , 40 inch wide, 39c yd
75i! alloger embroideries at 50c a yard.
, r 25. allovpr «mbroideries at 90o ayd
. Lot No. 4.
5c and $1.00 ladies' shirt wait ta at
. 45c. ' '
p25 ladies' colored and white shirt
vaista at 75c.
P2c quality of checked nansoolrat 10c
y>' a yard. • '
Lot No. 5.
jtton foulards and imported Irish
ifmities, regular 25c, sale price 15c
i yard. °
All 8 1 3c lawns and dimiti
price 5c a yard.
Lot No. 8.
Beautiful French gingham
price 10c; sale price 7 1-2*
All 20c and 25c ginghams j
tian tissues, sale price 1
Light colored F. K.
former prices £0c an.
Big lot of narrow vr^eiioian laces, sale
price 20c a dozen yards ¡p
2c a yd.
Lot No. 11,
Foulard silks, the moat desirable eil^
of the season, tl quality at 50c a
yard, 75c quality at 37 1 2c a yard.
Only a few pieces of K.i-Ki wash si'ks
in small stripes, 35c quality to clone
out at 20«*a yard.
Lot No. 12.
No. 100, wide fancy ribbon, 75c quality
sale price 37 1 2c a yarif
Wide fancy and plain tuffeta ribbons,
35c quality, sale price 19c a yard
25c quality, sale price 15c a yard.
Lot No. 13.
Pully belt buckles and Rings, regu-
lar price 25c, sale price 15c.
Ladies'new silk ties, 6.5b quality at
v Lot No. 14.
100 pairs of men's and boys' $1.50
and 12 00 shoes, broken lots on
table, at $1 00 a pair.
150 pairs ladies' and miases' $1 50 and
$2 00 oxfords and slippers, all on
table, at $1 00 a pair
Lot No. 15.
Laidies' out of style oxfords, all hand
nade goods, the regular prices are
and $3, calo price $1 CO pair,
it of men'* and boys'- tau and
b new style shoe , regular $2 00
50 ahoeá, sale price $1 50.
Lot No. 10.
unlaundred shirts, regu-
o, sale price 25c each,
uula^inrired shirts, 20
en boosom,- the 75c
Iclipae negligee shirts,
kind at 75c each.
$1.25 and $1
Lot No. 17.
Straw hats, big box lull out in front,
assorted lot boys' and men's, at 10c
Lot No. 18.
One Show case full of meu'a and boys'
50c and 75c straw and crash hats,
sale price 25c each
Lot No. 19.
Oboice of all this Beasou's $1 50 and
$2 00 straw hats, the l&test shapes,
at $1 00 each. ,
Lot No. 20.
AH carpets and lace curtains at cost
and 10 per cent added.
15c mattings at 10o a yard.
25c mattings at 17 1 2c a yard.
30c mattings at 20c a yard..
35c mattings at 25o a yard,
50c mattings at 85a
>me early and avoid
Chas. A. Moorer,
East Side Square,
Attention Red Men.
us Open our wigwam in ample
night and raise up our elected
and then receive the new U. P.
lease be on hand and assist in
é*fcrl^ E. 8. Smith, Sachem.
.->4mWheÍt, C. of R.
What is Runt's Cure? The beat
known remedy for all forma of skin
diseases. * 0there claim to cure. It
does cute ringworm, tetter, eczema,
itch of any stage or variety. Easy to
apply. No" internal treatment
necessary, Sold under absolute
guarantee to cure.
Former City Attorney Q. P. tiyebl-
knew several of the unfortunates in
'^Coleman flood, told est iii the
Ieoistkr'b news "columns. J. O
V Spath, who lost his life while endeav-
oring to rescue two little girls, was
'Mr. Webb's personal friend.
Are .You Up to-Date ?
You cap be so only by having a
telephbne in your residence and place
of business It is no longer a luxury
but aVecesoty in daily life, like water
or gas. Order one today from our
wtMern Telegraph & TclepboncCo.
$2 25 tO260
fi. to 2 26
6 to Sc
Laxative Chill Tonic
Tbe prices below are paid by Sber
Wliest per bnshel , " S
Oats (Hacked) per bueliel.
Corn per bastid
Hay (choice) per ton ...
Chickens (spring) per dot
25o size. The superior to them all.
Quick in action, safe and sure in re-
sulté. A positive cure for chills and
fever of all malarial forms. Try it
once a ad you will use no other. One
bottle warranted to each cure.
* . Piotlco of Agreement.
By mutual consent of the contract-
ors of this city, after August 1, the
members'of the United Brotherhood
of Carpan tip ra and Joiners will work
nine hours without reduction of pay
Jno. R. Southern, Pres.
W. L. GILL, R. 8
Knty nn<l thocmw Routes,
Little Rock and'1 Memphis—Leave
Sherman 10.05 a. m., "Katy Flyer"
to South McAlester, close connection
with C. O. & G. R. R. there, both
east and west. Arrive at Little Rock
12:20, night, Memphis 0:10 a m.
Westbound arrive Oklahoma City
7:10 p ro, Rl Reno 8:27 p m. Pu 1-
man sleeping car and chair car South
McAlrster to Memphis. For fu.rtber
information see Maurice Greene, Agt.
M. Gbkenk, Agt.
C. B. R*nde11 went to Collinsviile
Ewing Riiney of Denison spent a
few hours in Sherman yeaterday.
Dr. J. M. Staples, who has been in
Dallas forseveral days, returned home
Miss Grace Geraldine Garland left
today for her homo in Waco, after a
pleasant visit to friends here.
Mrs. Kate Burgher went to White-
Mrs. Ernest Jones was a passenger
on an early Katy train to Den ¡son.
J. 31. Vaden and Tom Newell "went
to Denison this morning.
Hot rolls morning aud evening at
Are you swapping old friends for
Are you trading substance for
Not this year! Then here are a
few reasons why Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic should over be your
I i has stood the test for 15 years.
It is known to nearly every family
in the south.
It is harmless and effective.
It is cheap and pleasant,
It is guaranteed to cure.
It cures. Price 50 cents.
Boxers «ad Chinese Soldiers Near
Korean Frontier—A Courier
By 8crlpp -McB«e Pre A oct«llon.
London, July 18;—The Times Stt
Petersburg correspondent sends a re-
port received by the Russlau general
staff from the governor of Amur
Province, announcing that •'At Aiguti
war has been declared against Rus-
Shanghai, July 18 —The British
cruiser Terrible and four other cruis-
ers have cleared for action "off the I
Sfanahai Kwan forts. 1
Washington, July 18 —The Unite
Slates minister at Seoul, Korea, telo^
graphs the state departmeut that
Chinese Boxers and soldiers are with-
in a few days' journey from the Ko-
rean frontier. Many natives, are leav-
ing the city. Foreigners remain
Washington, July 18.—The state
department lias received a dispatch
from United States Consul Fowlerat
Chee Foo, saying the governor wires
that his courier left Pekín on July 9,
fttid the legations were still holding
Athens, July 18 — Á'joint request
has been received from Austria and
England that Greece send a warship
and battalion of marines to China.
The Greek cabinet is considering the
vices from China today show the Boat-
er movement to be spreading rapidly.
Shanghai, Julf 18.—Intiew of the
threatening attitude of the Chinese,
the powers are increasing the number
of warships in this vicinity. Nine
warships are now between Shanghai
and Woo Sung, .Eight more are off
the native city, The British cruisers
Bonaventura and Dido are en route
Debs yrtll Kun.
Hy Bcrtppa-McRaa Prcat AMooistton,
Tkbha Haute, July 18 —Eugene
V. Debs denies that he will withdraw
as the presidential candidate of the
social democrats in fovsr of Bryan.
Chauip Clark 111.
By Bcrlppi-McRft* Pre Association.
Ottawa, Kas., July 18.—Champ
Clark, who was toa ill to speak here
yesterday, is improved today and may
speak on imperialism at the Chautau-
A Cholera Ship.
B>- Sn-|pii«-MoR«* IT Aaaociatton.
Malta, July 18,—The steamer Bor-
ueo, from Calcutta to London, hss
been aent to quarantine here with
dhftlnxa aboard. Five deaths occurred
px-Mi'liue Pre Anoclatton.
ington, July 18.—It is offi-
ciated at the white house this
oroing that there will be no meet-
g of the cabinet today. Unless the
resident's plans miscarry, the presi-
lent will return to Canlon tomorrow
By Scrtppa-UaRat l'reaa Aaaocutlon.
ptnevillk, Mo,, July 18.—Tidd
fisher, who killed Sheriff Jarrett
Monday, was surrounded in a corn-
Held yesterday. He was called upon
to surrender, aud refused, drawing a
revolver. The poase fired on him and
he fell pierced with bullets.
In Month Africa.
By Scrlppa-McRae Pre a .Association.
Pretoria, July 18.—The Boers
made an unsuccessful attack on the
left fiauk of Pol Carew's position yes-
terday. The attack on the British
positions south of Pretoria also failed
At Roikrants, Rundle engaged the
Boers, who were strongly reinforccd
Washington, July 18
from Lieutenant-Colonel Coolfc^
Ninth infantry. Bays Colonel Liscum
and seventeen enlisted men were
killed at Tien Tsin. Four officers
and seventy-two enlisted men were
Washington, July 18.—A dispatch
from Admiral Remey says the latest
reports do not indicate that M*jor
Lee, Captain Brewster and Lieuten-
ants Naylor, Hammond and Waldron
were wounded. An aid has gone to
Tien Tsin to get accurate inrorma-
Btitfaud The foreign office
assures yBtl i sKWfc*iJ^'"<lent that there
has been ño negotiatiO1* «fmong the
powers respecting tbe'®wV>b«r of
troops to be sent to Chin*. ^ Each
power will send as many as possible.
Shanghai, July 18.—ihe Chinese
have strengthened the Woo Sung
forts aud stored huge quantities of
By 8cr(pp«-McHs* Association.
Columbus, Ohio, July 18 -The
i0,lio !8ute Journal, republican,
A dispatc> ftn jnterv|ew with Stale Chair-
man Dick, in which the latter says:
"We have a fight on our bands. New
questions have to be disposed of,
Some of them are now in ¿American
politics and a campaign of education
will be at once inaugurated."- Dick
places Ohio in the map of his battle-
ground of states.
London, July 18,-
Se difJieU ^ Come aud
it, Tex., July 18.—The
en niasso at Carter's
ein this city last night
d to have a gram! and glo-
on August 4.
P/olCffnent speakers will be here,
and all North Tesas invited to come
and join us ia a day of pleasure.
Reduced rates will be given on the
Houston and Texas Central railway.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is far ahead
of any similar preparation on the
market. A sure cure for cuts, burns,
bruises, sprains, etc. Try one bottle
and you will never again bn without
it. Put up io 25 aud 50c bottlf H,
For the eomraing jubileo wook of fustivlt
commencing Auguat Olb all Sherman will put on I .
tire, and of ocmrae you will need a neat, dreaay, and well made
suit of clothes in which to greet your country couaina. I ba-
sóme patterns particularly desirable for the oi>casion, and If yt
want something appropriately swell it will boto your in tere t to
look over my. unlimited, unmatohable assortment of Flannels
fcergttiand Worsteds, in «tripes Checks and Solids—Light,
weight Ohevlots hi both the smooths and rough varitiea, also
Linen Duoks for suits and trousers. Ordew must be placed by
July 80th in order to insure delivery by the begglning of the
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V -.imbibe Bitting*'
Popular lee Cold Drinka.
Reminds you of Klondike, ' > >
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FOR SHOE REPAIRING.
Beat work. Neatest Work.
144 N. Travis Street, next to Blnkloy Hotel. w
On October 14th 1900, at the State
This will be decided by popular vote, the lady receiving the most votes will be
to this honor. Uallota will he ¿von by the following merchants with every TBN
Beginning Monday, July 2nd:
su KH MAN.
Walter C, Jones & Co., Dry Goods, J. II. Hhaw A Son, Dry Hood , Bitting A Co.. Drugs
R. B. Simmons, Dtup, W- H. t>jonoy, Grocer StarBakery,
T. B. Waldron, Druggist, 228 Main Street. Clark A Douglass, Tailors and
G. *. Bughoj, Books and BtaÚonery, F. G. Coleman,
T. W. Puckett, Book ,* Stationery, Wall Psper and Paints. W.'S. Knight, Dr/
A. S. Knaur, Grocer. ff. P. Tobln, 211 Main Btreet Shoe Store.
The Following Frizes Will be. Awarded:
1. Trip to tho World's Fair, Paris, or its equivalent in cash 1600.00
2. Upright llano, Wray Bros,, Music Co -r: 400.W
8. Complete scholarship at Ursulina Academy, Dallas . .. .. .. 260.00
4, Complete Scholarship at Metropolitan Business College «0,00
6. Complete Suholarshlp at Dallas Telegraph College M.0O
6. Bls<ácendérfor Typewriter, W. T, Biisiell
In the following manner and aecosding to tho rules
, 1. To the la 1.V reoivin# the largest vote of all.
!i. To the I ly receiving the largest vote of all, In towns the population of which Is
10,000 or less. ltu> --
8-4. In like manner in towns of 20,000 or loss.
6-6, In liko manner In towns of 5000 or less.
Rules of Contest: .
1. That any unmarried lady may enter the race.
2. Any lady having received 60 votes will be pubhshod as a candidato,
8. No ballots other, than thotn furnished by the Dallas Advertising Co, will he count-
ed. A set of books will be kept, showing how many ballots were furnished each town and
winWsubjsct to tbe inspection efjudgss. '
4, That Uis votes will be eountod every few days «lid published,
&. The presents will be awarded Oct. 14, 1000, in the exhibition building.
0, The Ave let ding ladles in each town on September 16th will each select a gentleman
t« represent them, the gentlemen thus selected will constitute the judges] the keys of tho
ballot bo* will be turned over to them, they will make a count «fall the ballots voted, and
continue the count until tho close of the contest. On September 26th av 0 oVlock p. m.,
tho Boal count will be made and results forwarded to Dallas Advertising Co. at once.
Testimony of a Brother of the Demo-
Hy fif rlj'If M< n«p Pfsss AnWKlnilort.
GkoRubtown, Ky , July 18.,—John
A . Black, brother of the democratic
candidate lit governor, testified in
the Powers case today. He said that
Powers came to hhn and asid a large
body of men would be taken to
Frankfort to assert their rights. He
wanted an armed mob of l,fí00
Black, who (s a republican, said he
bitterly opposed such a scheme.
Power* told the witness that Gover-
nor Taylor and Charles Plnjey sanc-
tioned the plan proposed.
Hot rolls niornipg and evening at
Star Bakery. V
Cheatham's laxative Qhill
In Cheatham's laxative Chill
Toulcc(tablet fofm) is lacorp
all the elements of the best
Tonic known. It is ptttup iti this
manner for the benefit of travelers ?i
and others, who would find it Incoo-
ve ule fit to carry the liquid with them. ..
Like the liquid, St la sold under strict ill
guarantee. Price 2f>« per box.
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