Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 169, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST SO.
Getting ¡a good resulte with oar price gun,
mill-si.!minor days, «id ii wonderfully Interesting
for the buyers, as well. It's "bouse cleaning"
time—the season when we hurry matter , for cer-
tain lines muit he sold, and the decks cleared, ready
fvr the uutmun purchase*. Dollar for dollar at
any time here, but just now we're surpassing that *
GREAT REDUCTION 08 1AWHS.
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20c Lawns go al 12 1 2o.
15o Lawns go at 12 l-2o.
■7 1 2o lawns go at 5c.
Cc lawne go at 4o.
All remnants at 10 per ccnt discount.
STRAW HAT SALE.
All of our straw hats are now being sold at half price.
J. B. Shaw & Sons.
Every day is BARGAIN DAY with ua. If you dont believe it come
and price our goods and see our fine toilet soap wq are selling for
20 cents a box. We have been selling 5 doz-sn clothes pins for fi
coals, but we will beat that, we will give you 5 dozen clothes pins
and a olothe3 Hue for 15 cents. We call special attention to our
trinket counter. There you will find everything imaginable from a
«aw down tj carpet tacks. Don't forget ua when you want rugs,
go-carts, clocks, baskets-, chair seats, grips, trunks, china and glass-
ware, tin and graniteware, woodenware, fine or plain lamp, fancy
water sets, stationary, toilet combs and brushes, linen paper, coat
springs, suspenders, turnery, handkerchiefs, fine perfume, spectacles,
rff| fóct, everything to be found at a Racket Store. We appreciate
k the liberal patronage we have received and invite you to come to
our store when you need anything in our line. We will make it
pleasant as well ae profitable.
.p,n't forget the place, 120 North Travis,
pposite Yates* Shoe Store.
BEE HIVE RACKET STORE,
argalns fox* Sale !
By CROOKSHANKS & MOORE,
Over Anchor Corner, N. E. Corner Square, Sherman, Tez.
15—63 acres one mile from Van
.Istvno, 55 acres in cultivation bal-
ance in timber pasture; 4 room house
[weatherboard^d, canvassed and paper-
chimney in .center, spring in
Horse lot, in good state of cultivation,
kit fenced. Price $37.60 per acre,
je half caehi^
17—140 acres six miles from Sher-
man, 100 acres in cultivation. Price
18—1000 acres^23 miles northwest of
lainesville*, about half in cultivation
tlance in timber and pasture, four
pts of houses, large barn, plenty o.
iter, Bois d" arc barbed wire fence
1 acres riv er bottom. This sn b
at a bargain. Write fortermsand
-145 acres between Collinsville
Tioga, Texas, 65 acres in oultiva-
, 12 acre* in patture, balance
ef, one mite from school house,
orchard of 80 peach, 30 apple,
im and 0 pear trees, 60 grape
i and black berry patch; small
}ry frame house and stable, two
fells of wift water. This farm
aad at flQ pef acre.
77 acres of timber land 4 ipiles
st of Denison at $15 per acre
25—107 acres northwest of Whites-
boro, 85 acres in cultivation, balance
timber, fine orchard, large, well built
house, big barn, floe fruit, and lots
of it, good well of soft water. This
can be had at a good big bargain for
one-third cash and balance on good
time, write for prices.
29—102 ¿eres 10 miles east of Sher-
man, 70 acres in cultivation, all Un-
der fenoe, small house and barn.
This can be had for |20 per acre, one-
fourth cash balance in five years at
•Is per cent.
31—S90 acres, 840 in cultivation,
50 acre* in timber, good quality of
black sandy land, in the hands of the
loan company and the improvements
are run down. They are anxious to
dispose of it and will give a bargain
with good terms. For more particu-
lar description and terms write us.
33—77 acres northeast of Sherman
and 4 miles southeast of Deoison,
black sandy soil, 50 acres in cultiva-
tion, has a young orchard of 100 boar-
ing trees of choice fruit, four-room
box house, plenty of everlasting wa-
ter. Price |2.r> per acre, one-third
eash, balance on long time at 8 per
THE IMPERIAL CHINESE CITY MAY
HAYS TO BB DESTROYED—CHI
[guarded/ Prince Ohiog ia expected
in* few days."
A MoiiipiiIouk Hub)'.
Ily Herlppj-McIUe Pt*u Association.
St. 1'ktkhs hl'ug, Aug. 80.-—The
Czarina's condition to said to indicate
that the Czar's hope for an heir to at
iaet to b« realized.
They Asked for Meal, but Were tiireu
Watery Fruit RaiberThan Stones
By Scrlppii-Mcnae^ Pros Aisoclatton
London, Aug 30 —Tbe 'tfctails of
the meeting between the allies and
the besieged legationers at Pekin
show that the arriving forces were
greeted with tho wildest enthusiasm.
The food supply bed not failed,
though the legationers had been
forced to eat horse-ilevh. The Tsung
Li Yamen promised food, but Bent
only a few melons. When asked for
meat they said they could not furnish
it, as a state of war existed. The
opinion is exprersed that the razing
of the imperial city and the destruc-
tion of the palaco is necessary, as the
Chinese will mistake forbearance for
]$ERLiN,Aug 30 —A despatch eayB
the allies are moving southward and
that the Japanese have j?ccupied Pao
Fing Fu, one hundred miles south-
west of Pekin.
Berlin, Aug. 80 —It is officially
stated that Japanese occupation of
Amoy will likely hasten the partition
of China, but the kxiser will not pro-
test against Japanese action.
Washington, Aug. 30.—At the
suggestion of Russia, the United
States has sent a collective note to
the powers. Tho powers are appeal-
ing for peace in China. Its result
was yesterday's record-breaking cabi-
net conference. Russia formally de-
clared sbo wanted no partition, and
Baid she had urged Li Hung Chang
to return to Pekin and secure the re-
turn of the imperial family so that
peace negotiations might progress. It
is believed that Germany, which it to
thought desires territory, is headed off
Che Foo, Aug 11.—-thirty-two
workmen were killed in removing a
Chinese torpedo from the river.
Victoria, Aug 30.—The Chinese
mail report papers found in Tien
Tain that show that the viceroys gave
the Boxers food, weapons and money.
Washington, Aug. 30.—The fol-
lowing hae been received from Mipit*
ter Conger: " Pekin, Aug. 30—More
Russian, Germ*o, French and Italian
troops are arriving. The imperial pal-
ace was entered and a military prom
enade of all nation* made through
it. Afterwards it was . closed and
Secretary liny Poorly.
By ScrU>p -MfcR«« Proa Association.
Concord, N. H., Aug. 80 —Secre-
tary Hay appears worn. He moves
¿b a man sufleriug great physical ex-
haustion, according to the statement
of a visitor to the secretary's home at
Sunapee. . -
The Mere Fool He.
By Scrlpps-McRae Piwi Association.
LoDjn, Aug 550.—Edward Gobb,
who atple eighty thousand pounds
from the Bank ot England, baa con-
fessed. He said he grabbed the buu-
.1 lo from the cashler'a drawer. He
was amazed at the amount and re-
turned all but a smflll sum.
The Sage ef Welfnrt.
By Bcrlpiia-McRaa Praia Asaoclatlon.
New York. Aug. 80.—Grover Cleve-
land, over his own signature, declines
to express an opinion on the political
situation, saying that each man'si &n
science must be his guide, and
does not oare to invite the abuse
which an expression would invite.
British In a Reeky Country.
By Hcrlpps-McRaa I'raaa Association.
Pretoria, Aug. 80--In attempt-
ing to follow the Boers into Lyden-
burg, the British have entered the
worst country in Africa. Basailio
rocks,precipices and ravines tine every
side and deadly insects abound, and
the atmosphere is full of malaria,
Oeu't De It Again.,
By Scrlppa-MeRaa Press Association.
New York, Aug. 80.-—Over four
hundred disgusted Christian Endear-
orers arrived today from Europe- with
stories of privation and ill-treatment
abroad, thiough mismanagement bp
the tourist agency to which they haa'
paid from three to five hundred dot
A Man Who Ought to Know Says
That It Is "Fixed."
By Bcrlpps-MoRae Prtiss Association.
'New York, Aug. 80.—Ex-Cham-
pion Corbett and Kid MoCoy who
will meet tonight in what to expected
to be the greatest bout of the season,
both h*ve perfeot confidence. Shar-
key and Fitzsim mona both say that
Corbett will Win. The winner wilt
get sixty per cent of sevebty per cent
Of ib* groáis receipts. . George Siler,
an expert, olaims that the fight to
fixed for McCoy.
GRAND ARMY COMMANDER.
He Was a Youthful Soldier in the
War Between the Stales.
By Bcrlppa-McRaa Press Association,
Chicago, August 80.—Maj. Leo
Rassieure was elected commander-in-
chief of the Grand Army of the Re-
public this morning unanimously.
He enlisted for the civil war when he
was aéventeen, and was honorably
discharged as major at the age of
twenty. His home to in St. Louis,
where he is a lawyer. He served a
term as probate court judge.
Clara Barton addressed the Grand
Army delegates. She was given a
tremendous ovation. Retiring Com-
mander Shaw peeented her with a
diamond studded emblem given by
Mary Carr was elected president of
the Woman's Relief Corps of the
Grand Army after an exciting fight
and much bitter talk;
THE DEMAND |i
IS NOW MADE.
MOST CITIES PAY TRIBUTE TO
COUNTIES WHEN THEY ARB IB-
DEPENDENT OF COUNTIES
A MATTE It
It Was Foretold la the Register Two
Week Back and Ha Received
At three o'ctook this afternoon a
special committee appointed by the
city council of Sherman had a oonsul-
ta ion with the commissioners court
of Grayeon county, sitting in special
session. The committe presented to
thá commissioners the following
To the Honorable Commissioners'
Court of Grayson County, Tex.:
the undersigned committee,
composed pf the Mayor, City Attor-
ney and members of the City Council
appointed as a committee by the City
Council of the city of Sherman, by
virtue of the authority vested in us,
and following the order and direction
of the counoil, here demand of the
honorable Commissioners' Court of
Qrayson county, Texas, wilt by its
order pay over to the city of Sherman
all funds under its charge received
from the collection of taxes from a
levy on the property within the cor-
porate limits of the city of Sherman
for " roads and bridges," This de-
mand is to include all taxes collected
by virtue of the above named levy on
property within the corporate limits
of the city of Sherman ior the years
1899 and lw00¡-ar that may -ho col-
lected, or any funds from such levy
which may be in your hands as taxes
from any year, and that you will pay
over alt such funds under your con-
trol, and will order all funds frcm
such levy on property wltblb the cor-
porate limita of the city of Sherman
to be paid to the city of Sherman
from levies that said court may here-
after make. We make this demand
for the city of Sherman and, in the
name of the city of Sherman,
At S*30 o'clock ^be commissioners
and the committee from the city
counoil are ''swapping horses," so to
speak, and the membera of both
bodies give every appearance of a
readiness to "scrap/'
St. Joseph's Academy.
This institution is a boarding and
day school for young ladies and chil-
dren. The session will open Mon-
day Sept. 8. Parents and guardians
living in the city a& cordially invited
to visit the academy. Those at a
distance will recoive full particulars
Sisters o? St. Mark.
Ah There, Old Day!
By Bcrlf>l>«-MélU# Piwa AsnoolaUotí.
N«w York, Aug 80.--An alarming
report from Bath Beach my* ¿hat Cor-
bett has suddenly developed rheuma
tiam in tho right thigh. He declares
he will flgiit anyhow.
Netlce to C*tt amer*.
Any person using city water for
sprinkling purposes unless throagh
meter will positively have the water
turned off without notice and the
By order of water committee
Wm. Tomo*, Supt.
At the rapid growth of my Shoe business. -It
my efforts to «upply the trade with stylish, di
for men and boys are appreciated, My fall stock is arri
attd this season's etylea are *«y attractive. If you've
buying shoes elsewhere you are the very man I want to ti
to. Jüat drop in and mw my line (br fait and in a I
minutes I oan «how you where I oau do you good,
are bard to lit or are troubled with tender feet, burnt
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aching, perspiring, w«ary feet, you should let t:
with "BEANK'S VENTILATED" SHOE. It to
ahoe at a reaBonahleprice. -v ■ - C
Pmgrf «ive Shoe I)«ale
IF YOD WXNT TO KEEP COO
Sit uod«r one oí tli«\olwtrle fluu and
Popular loe Cold Drinks.
Reminds you t>f Klondike. ■
W. L. BITTING & 00
" ""ni> r. in
HKAI. Kti'ArK, • Hy and County
|gV^fiSytapíh,« rroiu wo nyvrarf).! ^* oh««rmpoad aoSi.
IN8UKAMUK, UIW •-*
XXPdKt AWW IMPORT M«fMl^<é«maa..
SOUTHMAYD and SHERMAN, Moors Block, Qrayson Co., Tius,
Some Announcements Which
Walt Worthy of Attention.
loe cream and cake1 will be served
at the Salvation Army hall Saturday,
September I, continuing to 131 p. m,
The generous public is invited to
«some and get valup received. The
proceed are to be used in ^defraying
tho exponaos of the iooal work,
We also wish to announce that the
offlcer's oounclt to to take place at
Fort Worth on Sept. 1st, 2d and 8d—
Saturday. Sunday and Mouday, At
this council there will be mado a gen-
eral change of offlctírB, The covtttcil will
be pwalded ovor by Btigadier 3. 0.
AddU pf Kansas City, Staff Captain
Patten, Staff Captain Sammons and
others qf the Southwestern Division
Will be there.
On Sept. 5th, 6th and 7th Staff
Captain Sammona of Dallas will visit
Tom Bean, Whitewright, Wbitesboro
and Sherman. At the above named
places he wilt deliver a lecture on the
social work of the Salvation Army,
and lastly at Sherman he will exhibit
•evanty-two views on canvas, érnbrac-
log "Our Latest 20,000 Acres of
Land," together with "a farm of 170
acres, well Improved." This farm to
donated for the poor, aged and feeble
fathers and mother*—tho*e that can't
take care of themselves. This lecture
to well worth your attention. We de-
sire your presence on the 8th of Sep-
tember, Saturday nigbt, at Sherman.
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College Opening Kierclse*.
The opening exercises of Austin
college will take place in the collego
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chapel on Wednesday, Sept. 6th, at
10 o'clock a. in, All frien-*-
college are cordially Invi
The folUWripg program wl
Invocation—Rev. J. 8, Moore, D. D.
President'a addrew—Rev. T. 8.
Clyce, D. D.
quartette. ; - _ , !
rea of weloome-.Hon, 3ft A.
Fietder, mayor- of Sherman,'
^ Muaic by College qttartatte . '^¡4
Addrea in behalf ot Synod of Texaa
(South)-—Rev, J. H. Wlggina, D. D,
Addreas in behalf of Synod of
(North)-Rev. A. F. Bishop, |
Muslo by College quartette.
Alumni address-William A, V
Are You Up-to-Dat© ?
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Yott oAn be io ontjr by1i*ving.
telephone In your residence and place
of business. His no longer a luxury . ^
but a necessity in daily life, like water |f
or gas. Order one today from our
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aoBtbv Gstera Wenrapli t ftlahuCi
Thelhrnltnre firm* of J . W, ilaynw and F. A. Sporer
are now ooiuolldated uridnr tho dmi name of * I-
VnwiralOaaaas «nd S^uasaMn«*• *«•
Ttio V. A. Sporer «took will be Moved to tho fli
¡OH the *o
The K. a. nporiir xtoik win bo moved to tho hhj-i
of «loare. IN OBDHKB TO AVOI D TUB UN*
OF Til IÍ8K TWO MAMMO'ftt tíWUÜñ fN
KANiJiNO BOTÍÍ IIOU8KÜ Witt/
Set the Knife Deep
In their price* until Keptwobw 1 t. The** ¡psaíd* mii(.t l.e moved and now i#
your opportunity to buy tip-ln<d«t«i furnltttnt and <jtteeti«war«i at lower price
than ever before <|áetM <n ílhoiuian. They will alw eontlmto tho undertaking
biUineM under tho percorml of Mr. J, W. Ilaynes, and this department
wilt rocetve speMal attention day or r<%ht. Plwiws—Stere 12-2, real den i 58-S
ALTEE C. JONES & CO
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ALL THE NEW WEAVES.
from 25c yd, 35c yd,40o yd, 50c yd- Also-BIG LINE OF NEW PERCALES, GINGHAMS AN
OUTING CLOTHS at 5c, 6c, 7c and 10c yd. All this season s. NEW GOODS^^^^^^^
. Children's Extra Good School Hose at iOc,121-2c and 15c.
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