The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 301, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 27, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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■etablnhed In 1868.
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TkM Month! ..
a.ll papers discontinued at
thb expiration ok tuk
t1mb paid fob.
Lock at printed Ub*l m your p»P«r Th-
d«M th«r*on thowt wh*n th« mbucrlpUon —
Forward four mousy la ampla tlm<
or Mini V you deaira anWrnkao #l««. aa »
amm a*t alwar* tamlah "
TO ALL MANAOKR8.
Mo ona la aothortaad to u> (or favor* on *c
eeeSe/the Hearr.ElA* eseept over iha «1«
of tba proprietor* of tha pap.-r.
*11 oommnnlcation*. of whstovei
to th« HiarMlif, Ualnaavllla ta>*>
Has removed to the old stand ot the Gainesville Music House, California Street, where he is showing the handsomest
and most complete line of
MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS AND HATS
Ever shown in this city. Enlarged stock for holiday trade.
RATXS OIVKN ON application
Eatorad a* tha Po*t oflloa at Galn«aviu«*. tei
aa. aa aacontl olaaa mall matter
WHAT HAVE WE UA IS ED'
Oooke county did not get much
oat of the election bo far as state
affairs are concerned. This wits
not because she did not have the
men but because in the temper of
the oauvass her candidates were
sacrificed to the fierce feelings
engendered in the governor's
First, Mr. Davis, who wus nn-
qaestionably the best fitted man
in the raoe for appelate judge, was
slaughtered, though it was u mat
ter of pride that all his home peo-
ple irrespective of factions stood
Then Senator Potter, who hail
made a canvass for lieutenant
governor and came within a dozen
or so votes of two-thirds and
would unquestionably have re-
ceived the nomination on first
ballot had all his Instructed votes
stood by him. was ruthlessly
slaughtered by partisan bitter
These were two offices that
Oooke county had almost within
her grasp and would have receiv-
ed under any ordinary circum-
stances when there whs no fight
in the party. One of the candi-
dates was on oue side of the con-
troversy aud one on the other,but
both managed to be crushed by
the fight. This ought to be a
warning to our people to not
keep up the row. There are some
"are^ittTl for war and would
carry the tight into every local
oontest for a petty office.
But what have we gained by
itf We can see what we have
lost, but the gains are not visible.
It would be the part of political
wisdom at least to heal np and
forget that unfortunate feud. It
can only be healed by the mutual
efforts of both factions. The best
way to do is to iguore it altogeth
er. It can never be healed by
gracious words and acts of for-
giveness, because Texas freemen
do not ask to be forgiven when
they believe they r,re right. It
should be allowed to rest and
everyone should be treated alike.
This, aud this aloue, will heal it
a large boalder, only a few of
which could reach the earth, while
most of them would be fused by
the intense heat generated in jjr Harrison Has the Respect
passing through onr atmosphere. ^ Dcm:crats.
It would not be attended by as
much danger as a thunder storm, j n .
* . , . Secretary Rusk Intimates
Some astronomer has said that j J „
a good sized ram could butt fifty' That JatTlfS G Blaine
times as hard as the largest comet Is a Traitor.
in the universe.
So the display tonight, if one | Washington, Nov. 25—Mr. Har
occurs, will only be witnessed out rison has borne his defeat in such
of curiosity, and will not be at- a manly way 'hat he has wou the
tended by the panic and fear that respect and admiration of ev.-n
marked the great display of 18.'13. the staunched democrats. Tin-
It will probably be over before members of his cabinet have l.ad
II o'clock tonight. So all our little to say, although it was well
people who wish to see this grand known that more than one ot them
display of celestial fireworks can might have said some \i ry inter
easily stay up. But unless our esting things Lai they been *•.
atmosphere is cle\r we will be de-
prived of the sight.
Let us hope that the night will
be clear and that we may be per-
mitted to witness this grand free
show which will be made by this
greatest of the wandering and
eccen.ric actors of our solar sys-
Secretary Charles Foster
thinks the pension expenditure
will soon reach |2.>0.090.01M) a
year. Twenty years ago nobody
thonght it would ever reach $50,-
000,000 a year. It is clear enough
now to everybody that the coun-
try has g«ne too far in this pen-
sion business.—Globe Democrat.
' Ttie republicans are hoping
that the democrats will reform the
pension business and get all t1tr
swindlers arrayed against the
| party. The Olobe knew just as
well before the election that the
pension business had gone too
! fsr as it knows now. but White-
i law Iteid is the only prominent
republican who has ever dared to
say so uutil now. The pensions
runst be reformed or the people
will be bankrupted. We believe
that fully one-half the peusions
are fraudulent and ought to be
stopped. Take those within our
knowledge, and we do not find a
healthier set of men considering
The cotton crop of Texas this
year will bring about I70,000,000.
This is all sold and the most of it
;oes to the old world. This alone
There is plenty in the present ought to increase our circulating
and future for us to do without medium $25 per capita. But will
raking up the embers of past it do it? Does not this prove to
strife, and we have need of the us that we need some way to keep
services of every brave, true man. our money more than we need an
disposed. This beirg the situa
tion a sensation was created in
high republican circles when jo\i
al Secretary Iiusk opeued his am
munition box and fired a red ho;
shot at the head of the man who
has been privately charged by Mr.
Harrison's close personal friends
with having exerted his powerful
influence in the republican partv
to lessen the vote for Mr. Harri
son. Although Secretary Kusk
called no names he made it as
plain as though he had spoken
through the most powerful trump-
et ever made that in his opinion
James O. Blaine, the ex head of
the Harrison cabinet, was the
traitor upon whose head the
wrath of the republican party
should be poured.
It is learned from trustworthy
«onr«iM that Mr T"
averse to such a statement being
made by any member of his cabi-
net, not because he believed it
untrue, but because he thought it
nndiguitied aud unnecessary; but
Secretary Kusk. who had it in for
Blaine, whom he once adurred so
much that he named bis son after
him, ever since last summer when
Blaine tried to deprive him of the
credit for restoring the European
privileges of the American hog,
and later to use him to defeat Mr.
Harrison's renomination, or in his
own language, ' Tried to make a
traitor of me." He might have
held in until he was out of office
but for his sccidental discovery
of indisputable evidence that Mr.
Blaine had much to do with the
loss of his own state, which he
worked hard to keep in the re
publican column. That settled it;
he had to have his say, and it was
in pretty close accord with wcat
many members of his party think
The question of pensions is one
of the most important that the
coming administration and con
gress will have to dial with; it
commission, has forgotten all
about the numerous prosecutions
he was going to make for viola-
tions of the law by var ous indi-
viduals, in soliciting campaign
contributions from i'ederal em-
ployes, previous to the election,
and is now lying awake nights to
study up schemes to keep the
democrats out of the patronage
to which they should be entitled
after the 4th of March next by
extending the civil service to
branches of fhe government to j
which it never would have been
extended had Harrison been re |
elected. Mr. Harrison has so far
refused to indorse this scheme to j
keep republicans in office under a
democratic administration by is j
suing the necessary order to carry
it into effect, but he may be wor-
ried into it yet. The people ot
this country have voted against
perpetu.il oflice holding, and a
democia'ic congress might take a
notion 'o let this old humbug die
•or the vant of an appropriation.
1 he (curs would be few, ami they
wouldn't be from democratic eyes.
Honey in the comb at B. A.
West Point Examination.
I hereby enll a competitive ex-
THE PRINCE OF WALES
is not like other kinds. It has peculiar fragrance and peculiar flavor.
Its peculiar uniformity always gives peculiar comfort, and has made
it peculiarly popular. Sold everywhere. Made only by
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham, N. C.
in which "Eugene Aram" and
"The White Pilgrim" form a dif-
ferent school—a combination ofj
the weird with the natural, where !
Acknowledged Headquarters For
We Carry in Stock
FISH BROS.' WAGONS.
THE LIGHT RUNNING TRICYCLE SULKY PLOW
It Breaks the Ground and Covers Ahead of All Com-
petitors. So Says Every Farmer Using Them
, , , ' , .. . retribution is brought about, scle
animation to be held at the city ot i , , , , . , ,
, lv by the workings of the con-
Gainesville on \\ ednesdav, .Janu- . . ,
, „, , . . science, rather than from the cus-
ary 4, 1S93, 'o determine the ap-' .
tomary physical causes.
character of Mathias in "The
Bells," like the character of Eu-
gene Aram, is a vivid exposition
of seit e-A»:dr .nuation.
Let us tight no longer.
Fifty-nine years ago there oc-
curred one of the grandest me-
teoric displays of which we have
any account. It is known to
many of the old people as "the
time when the stars fell." As-
tronomers tell us that we will be
entertained by another such dis
play tonight. Since the shower a bad thing,
of 1833 there has not been made
scieuce aa there has been in gen- high tariff,
eral knowledge among the people.
Then had no telegraph, no
fast mails, no daily papers of geu-
iucrease of circulation! Texas
needs financial institutions and
safe ways of in\esting money.
She needs savings banks, insur
ance companies and other institu-
tions that keep money at home
and make it grow.
point ment of a cadet for the West
Poiut military academy. The ex-
amination will oonsist of qn -s
tions in arithmetic, grammar, his-
tory and geography. Applicants
must be betwe»*» «*ges of 17 Notice.
and 2^ 2i.d be bona fide residents Tonight will close the work of
of the Fifth congressional dis- Carroll at the B.iptist church
trict, which is composed of the 1 wil1 be exceedingly glad to j
counties of Collin, Grayson, Fan- have all the people come out aua j
nins Montague, Denton aud Cooke. ! hear his closing sermon on "lie j
J. W. Bailey. pentance aud Faith."
Other papers in Fifth district j
No one handles a better line ofj
toi et soaps than B. A. Simpso".
Remember Tuesday evening.
Tableaux, recitations, music, etc ,
besides delightful refreshments,at
Mrs. Edlar Blanton's. All are
The professional career of Mr
Clay Clement has been one of
prominent success and one that
is tne result of natural ability and
high and steadily maintained pur
pose. It has been one of con-
stant labor, earnest study and
conscientious devotion to the
achievement of the highest and
noblest forms of dramatical art,
and his ambition has always been
Mr. Ryan, our minister to Mex-
directly affects every man, woman to attain an artistic ideal that
aud child in the United States. It woa]j niark-a dis.inct departure
is now certain that there will be a i _ „ . , ,
deficiency of *35,000,(100 lor the from the superficial stage present-
enrreut fiscal year, which must be stions that are so commonly seen
appropriated at this session of j in these modern days.
congress, and those who ought to
know estimate the amount that
will be required for the fiscal year
beginning July 1, 1893, which
; .v.: i»„ f i„ „n must also be appropriated at this
ico, thinks free trade with all the . . .u
session, as somewhere in the
American republics would not be oei(jhhorh00d of f200,000.000. It
Mr. Ryan is from is difficult for human intellect to
Kansas, that state which until re-; comprehend the immensity of the
advance in astronomic cently gave HO,(KM) majority for P'le of money represented by
those figures. It represents more
than $3 for each inhabitant of the
country, aud Secretary Foster of
the treasury predicts that before
the closo of Cleveland's adminis-
tration it will take ♦250,000,000 a
year to pay the pensions—more
B. A. Simpson's mixed
The Indian territory continues
to loom up. It will insist on hav
ing a sav in politics too. Well,
.r»1 circulation, .ml hence what thM( ov(r lber(. m roo8l.
the astronomers knew was
There will be quite an attractive
program at the entertainment
given by the ladies of the First
j Presbyterian church at the resi-
dence of Mrs. Edlar Blantou, on
; Dixon street, Tuesday night. If
I you would enjoy a delightful
evening, don't fail to be present.
"thi»?rt<Mhe colleges aud the men
of 1eerning^4n the larger cities,
and the people generally being
unprepared for it, ascribed it to
ly Texans and they will talk poli- than all other expenses of the
tics whether they can vote or not.
Judge Charles Fred Tucker
of Dallas decides that Dr. R H.
Supernatural agencies and were Jones, who killed Captain \ eal, is
badly excited. Now the people not entitled to bail.
in all parts of the country read of
it and the astronomer's love finds
its way through the daily press to
every part of the land.
We have not studied the matter
closely, but we gather from the
observation of the "professors"
that tonight a comet will cross the
earth's orbit and will scatter blaz-
ing meteors through the atmos-
phere. Some have contended that
A Man Who Stiould Dodge the
A gentleman recently returned
from a tour in the west met a
traveler who, when souvenir
spoous happened to be mentioned
in conversation, said he hail made
the most complete collection of
spoors on the continent—nal
souvenirs, which had a history
and a meaning. With that he
disclosed to the Mobiliau's gaze
big assortment of spoons—
the comet would strike the earth, ( a
bet most of the astronomers I silver, brass, iron, lin »n>l pewter
, . 4 . . . —all sorts and conditions of
this is impossible. But should 9p00n9 ^ every hotel aud eat
this be the case we need not be | jUg house anil iu era y buffet car
he had made it his practice to
"hook" a spoon until he h»d »
alarmed. Comets are not dauger-
ous. If it is Biela's comet re-
turning from its wanderings it is
30,000 miles in diameter and is
The Princeton astronomer, per-
haps the best authority in Ameri-
ca, says the effect wonld only be
a brilliant meteoric shower and
that the meteors would be from
the size of a pebble op to th*t of
large number of unassorted shapes
and sizes, and attached to each
spoon was a tag showing wher>
and where it had b *en stolen.—
Money! Money! Money!
We must have it. We need i
Oome and price onr goods.
T. D. Mitchell & Co,
West side square.
government added tog°ther. It
is scarcely to be wondered at that
the old idea, championed iu the
house some years ago by Hon. V.
R. Morrison of Illinois, of raising
the money to pay pensions by im-
posing an income tax, should be
revived at this time If pension
expenditures are to keep growing
some extraordinary method of
raisiug the money will certainly
have to be resor'ed to.
There is so much rivalry among
Washington democrats to be mem
bers of the citizens' committee,
whioh will make the arrangi'meut
for the most largely attended in-
auguration the country has ever
had that it has resulted in a more
or less bitter wrangle for its con-
trol, between the national com
mitteemen for the District of
Columbia, who took the matter in
his own hands and forwarded the
name of geutlemen to be members
of the committee to Chairman
Harrity for his approval, and the
Central Democratic committee,
which believes that it should have
selected the inaugural committee.
Full details of t ie claims o/ both
sides have been forwaded to
Chairman Harrity aud his deeis
ion* will be cheerfully accepted
by all parlies.
'•Teddy" RooseveP, the presi-
dent of one of the greatest Ainer
ican humbugs, the civil service
The Fair Association.
The stockholders of the fair as
sociation met as advertised.
The first thing was the election
of three directors. C. N. Stevens.
C. H. Paddock and F. R. Sher-
wood were elected. These were
the ones whose terms had expired
and they wero unanimously re
A meeting of the diiectors was
held after the stockholders ad
journed. The old officers were
unanimously ro (lected.
So President Howeth will beat
the helm again this fall.
The debt of the association was
disenssed, but no plan was decid-
He Was an Original.
The people around the little mountain
town called him <)lil Comi>:iris.iii. an l 1
knew in n general way why the r-onhii-
qilet hail been ^iven him, but I diil not
during my mouth's stay have an oppor-
tunity to te>t ii, though I had a speak-
ing acquaintance with him. One <lay I
was passing his house, and he was sit-
ting on the steps of the little vine clad
jMirch in front.
"<tim>< 1 morning," Isaid. "It'sa lovely
"Finer'n silk," he responded.
"How are you this morning'.-"
"Friskier'n a colt."
"How's your wife?"
"Pearter'n a pullet."
"The weather is very hot and dry for
this season, don't you think?"
"Hotter'n a run hoss and drier'n a
" 1 suppose you went to the wedding
last niifht in the meeting house? A j
pretty bride, I thought."
"Purtier'n a speckled dog."
"The young man is very rich. I hear?" j
"Richer'n fertilizer a foot thick."
"By the way. are you willing to sell
me those sawlogs Brown couldn't take
off your hands?"
"Williner'n a girl to get spliced."
"When can I see them?"
"Quicker'n a lamb can shake his tail."
And the old man grabbed his hat and
stick and led the way to the river, offer-
ing no remark, but answering all ques-
tions as usual. — Mercury.
\ eT > i 1oh«*.
In an academy in a country town not
long ago a class of boys was nnd.-r^oing
an examination in natural history. The
instructor was testing the pupils' knowl-
edge of the various races or families of
"You may tell me. Jones." he said,
"the name of the animal which stands
as the type and representative of the
All these long words hopelessly puz-
zled Jones, who stood silent.
"Come." said the teacher, "surely you
Jones fidgeted, but said nothing.
"Ha! What animal, now, is more
I closely attached toman than any other?"
Jones' eyes gleamed with intellig i ce.
He had not l>een swimming in the mil]-
I ]>ond on summer nights ever since his
| fourth year for nothing.
"Bloodsuckers!" he shouted.—Youth's
Fn the airy whirlii
h1 reii^th <>t steel.
And tin* ^rows to steel day I»y day.
Till sou feel jour pulses leap at the easy swine
As tl.c hedges flicker past u]H>n your way.
Thrn it's out tn the kis^ of the morning hreezp
A n I t lie ro.M' of t he morning *-ky.
And t he lom; brown road where the tired spir*
Slips otT as t he leagues go b> !
Black and tilvcr. swift and strong, with a
From the steady rippling murmur of th«
Half a tiling of lif^ and will, you may feel il
start and thrill
With a quick ela-tic answer to the strain.
As >i>u ride to the ki>.- of the morning breeze
And the rose of the morning sky.
And t he brow n road w here the tired spir-
Slips <»IT us the leagues go by!
Miles a hundred you may run from the rising
« f the s.mi
To t he ^'leain of the first w hito star.
You may l i b lhroueh twenty to^UN meet the
t ".:n !,;• :i the downs.
Or t V- v. i; i;i t!r.' mount nin c«aur.
Then i l *s ou: to t i.i- ki^s of t he morning breeze
And t he v se of the morning ; V' ,
Ai.J 11. ■ loiur brown load w
s; iri* "> 1--J
Sli; s otf as th • leagues uo b>!
For style, finish and quality
anything in this market.
i >o w:
1 h asant <
V..M ha', e
And you m
In the - ha
And t he r
And ti. h.
in r pri-'
>ur f >u .
t i: e v m \
f tim mornin
I s 1 I
.; • a i r *1«
Tin re is
? v a one who teaches that the
A re i lie place t ■> spend a long June diy.
But give me t !:>• w hil ling whet 1 a; d a boat of
air and steel
To float upon i he queen's high w a\!
Oh, give me the kh s rf the mornin : breeze.
And the r. - e of t lie mo; ning -k \,
And tin* lojj-r brown r^ad where the tired
Slips oil as t he leagues go by!
— Speetat or.
Bullett Sins, Hall Gins,
All the above are famous as leaders of the south-
eastern tiade. We buy in car loads , direct, which
cheapens transportation, and we can make as low
prices as manufacturers.
Stevens, Kennerly & Spragins
Christmas Holiday Excursions
"SANTA FE liOUTE"
Kansas City, St. Louis. Louisville,
Cincinnati, Nt>w Orleans
AND TO miNTS IN
Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Ken-
tiK'ky, Mississippi, North Car-
olina, South Carolina and
At the very low rate of one fare
for t'ae round trip.
Tickets on sale December L'O, j
21 and 22, 1S'J2, good to return
within .10 d.'iys from date of sale.
On the morning of December
20 a ppecial excursion train will
leave North Texas and run through
via Koeenburg to New Orleans
without eha i^e.
In aildit on to this special train
our regulir trail.s will make «• 1 os< !
f-onnect'on daily at Fort WorMij
.. > f,, i.:, , n ,- i with •• ■ 11* Cotton Jielt and at K- s-
"m'Ik .lulf s\>t» ni or nialcmi; collections. ! . . w
On oni> occasion a yonn^ lailv colli'ctor '■ witl: .he. Sots' ncti I at'lllc
■111«•.t on an erstwhile benevolent oM ! l .^ueta \\;ll lie sold by :> 11
spinster beloii^in^ to th;' congregation. I rou'ep.
For further information cnll ft. |
or write nearest O. C «S: S. V j
ticki t agent it W. A. Tub y, trav j
eline passenger agent, Dallas, Tex.: J
or II. G Thompson, general p:is i
sengrr and ticket agent, Gal vis-
Cliangrd IIis Style.
A story is told of a minister who for;i j
month or two after liis appoint men! to i
a country parish used to treat his hear- j
ers to sermons of a very flowery ilescrip- ,
tion. Finding, however, that continual
preaching of this kind i-fruitful of lit-i
tie benefit, he changed his style to some- j
thini,' less ( itching, hut more practical. ;
and abo. with the view of adding weight j
to hi- exhortations, inaugurated the
and be;'-.;; die attack with the insinuat-
ing schedule, hut no sooner was lief
i:i.ssio:i comprehended than the counte-
nance of the spinster hardened. "Xa,
ii-i!" she exclaimed. " Wha wttd gie a
ha'penny to you man? 1 likit tun wei I
eneuch whan he used to tell us aboot
the works o'nature an the homiie lio'-
ers an a" that, but whan he Ix-good tfl
tpeak till r.s like yon alxxit oor fan'ts, 1
couldna dae wi' tun."—Scottish Amer-
•ali Rate Holiday Excursions
A Ouerr Duct.
"Well, has that duel between Barban-
casse and Chalumet come off yet?"
No; they are not going to fight."
"They've apologized to each other."—
New York Herald.
Couldn't Auk Them.
Bellows—T don't believe you are any-
ed upon, though a committee was thing of a doctor.
Dr. Surekill—Just ask my patients.
Bellows—I don't speak the dead lan-
appointed to devise a way to pay
VI \ I IIR
M., K. & T. IJAILWAY
St. Louis. Kansas City, Louisville, £1
— with the—
"OLD FOLKS AT HOME"
In the southeastern states is a
goal for which many Texans are
striving at this season of the year,
Mm! to enable all who desire to
re teh their goal, the sale of ronnd
trip tickets for the annual holiday
excursions \ ia
The Texas & Pacific Railway
Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mis-
sissippi, North and South Car-
olina, Kentucky, Florida
Aid other points in the southeast
to St. Louis and Cincinnati is au-
thorized for December 20, 21 aDd
i 22, 1H92. Tickets will be limited
for return iU) days from date of
[ sale, and will be 6obl at the re-
i in; rkaldy low rate of oue lare for
| ' he round trip.
Kemembi r the Texas and Pacific
■ a 1 vvi'.y is the only line offering a
hoice ot rou'i-s cither via New
irb-ans, Shreveport or Memphis
;md gives unequaled donble daily
:r:siii service to any of the above
points making close connection
with all diverging lines:
Your tioui" ticket agent should
be able to give you full particulars
aud sell you a ticket via this pop-
ular line, or you can obtain all de-
> r»d information by addressiug
either of the undersigned.
C P. Frgm, GastonMeslier,
Trav. Pa'c. Ant., Vieii'l Pasn. A Ticket AiTt.
Mr. Clay Clement is a scholar
of the John McCullaugh school
of tragedians, aud oiay 6afely be
called the only rival of that class-
ic and eminent tragedian, Edwin
Booth. His record speaks for it-
Sweet pickles iQ bulk—floe and
fresh—at B. A. Simpson's.
'•The Bells" cannot properly be
cal'ed a melo-drama, though it
: ossesses many melo-drama fea-
tures, It is of the order of plays
"Do yon enjoy a nice bird?" asked the
obtuse young man as they came out of
"Yes," replied the girl with an appe-
"Well, I'll introduce yoa to my aunt.
She has some lovely canaries."—Wash-
"Three days on that job; hard work
"Three on a little job like that:"
"Yes, three; two in trying to get t*
work, and the other on the job."—Life.
If yoa want to sell
rertUe n Thi
TSiree or four salesladies in a Wood
ward avenue dry goods emporium were
talking about their domestic affairs the
other day during lunch hour.
"I think," said one. "the gas company
is a tyrant. Why, do you know, our ga»
bill last month was $3.50."
"Oh," twittered a demure, blue eyed
girl, "ours was only $1.75."
"But we have so much company, and
the gas is turned on full every night."
"So do we," twittered blue eyes again,
"but we turn the gas down low," and
then everybody laughed, and so did blue
eyes, with a shy little blush of pleasure.
—Detroit Free Press.
A two-story eig it room dwell-
ing house, East California street.
Apply to 0. Snider. 2
AND POINTS IN
Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia,
Florida, Kentucky. Tennessee,
North Carolina acid
ONE LOWEST FAKE FOR THE
Tickets on sale December 20th.
21st and 22d. good for return
within thirty days from date.
Two trains leave Gainesville
daily, making c'.ose connection
through, enabling1 passengers to
-each Kansas City in 21 h iurs;
St. Louis, 33 hours; Louisville or
Cincinnati, 4o hours; Memphis, 23
hours; Atlauta. 4."> hours; Chatta
nooga, 3(» honrs; Birmingham, 2.>
honrt; New Orleans, 29 hours.
Our regular trains make close
connection with the Texas and
Pacific, Iron Mountain and Cot
ton Belt railways, via Memphis,
Shreveport or New Orleans, giv-
ing passengers choice of routes
and quicker time and better ser-
vice than any other line.
Call at the M., K. & T passenger
depot in Gainesville and I will
take pleasure in giving you all in-
formation. Inquiries by mail
promptly answered. No trouble
to answer questions.
F. H. Main, Ticket Agent,
II II II II II II 11
*Ve don't charge you so |1
much for the Hesperian II
now. ONE DOLLAR |1
will get the Weekly fl
Hesperian for * wbole |1
year. Don't let your |1
time expire. Look at the |1
date and renew in time. $1
II II II |1 |1 II |l *1
A. C. Young is silling qneens-
ware and furniture cheaper than
Stockholders of Gainesville
Light and Fuel company are here-
by notified of the annual meeting
to be held at the company's of-
fice on December 13. 1892.
d!3 H. M. Lindsay.
A wide-awake agent wanted to
handle the Home embroidery ma-
chine in this county. See Mr.
John H. Morse before Tuesday
night, November 29, at Hird,Mad-
dox & Vaeth's. 27
The two-story residence, cony
Pecaa and Red River streets,
occupied by E. R. Davis. Apply
to W. ft. Dougherty.
'i iwH "ii*" •
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