The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 181, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 9, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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Our Annual Clearing
we contemplate buying. TK
deceived by unscrupulous ad
found in our stare after July 1st:
ale} will commence
will not apply to &
rs claiming to have
r and continue until we have unloaded all o|r counters and shelves and made room for the im ense fan stock
iw articles, but will Embrace a thorough slaughter throughout the house. For the benefit of thos^0 have been
^oods at a price, and when galled for find them just closed out," we will quote a few prices, and th groods can be
Wilson Hros.' lisle thread underwear, sold everywhere at 75c ,
00 and $1. 50, will go at 55c, 75c and $1.0 \
Wilson Bros.' puff bosom shirt*, regular price $1
and 50, sale price 00, 61 40 and$i 75
Star nainsook underwear cut from $1 00 to 75c
Star shirt waists reduced from $1 00 and §: 25 to 75c *■
Star white shirts, $1 25 quality at 75c ; $1 50 ^ 00
00 Mississippi doe skin jeans pants for $>1 50
J?lue and gray Denim railroad ovcral's 50c, worth 75c
Ladies' Oxfords for $1 00, reduced from $1 50
Ladi s Oxfords for $1 3^ reduced from$i 76
Ladies Oxfords for $>1 45, reduced from $2 00 aad $225
idies' Oxfords for $2 20, reduce 1 \rom $3 00 and $3 25
dur entire line of ladies' button boot»t-French kid, hand turn
in every conceivable style, worth SL00 to $6 00, will go
at $3 50
Full stock of children's and misses' slippers and button boots
at manufacturer's cost -4^
We call special attention to the above telling cuts on the best
and most complete shoe stock in Gainesville
Also to the following reductions in hosiery :
The best 25c, 40c, 5oc, 75c and $1 00 hose in the country we
will reduce to 19c, 27 i-2c, 37 i-2c, 55c and 70c
65c brilliant lisle, drop stitch hose, at 37 i-2C'"X--
5o pieces fast black lawn 6c, sold at 10c
ioc challies wil^be sold at 5c
5c challies will be sold at 3 i-2c
5c prints will be sold at 3 1-2c \ 7
8c and 7 12c checked nainsooks will be so| at 3 1-29/
ioc, 11 1-2C and 15c checked nainsook will^ soldr at 7 j-2C
All our line of printed French mulls, bat'ste^^^g^jgg an(]
grenadines, sold till now at 38c, 40c aij^ go
at 20c - i
French and Scotch Ginghams, worth 20c an^ 2gc g0 at
12 1-2c and J Be . 4
'^£hyr ginghanas at and ioc
A\re hansjliTdie best lines of men's tnd boys' clothing on earth
—'twill simply be chopped to pieces
Straw hats, summer coats and vests will be sold iegf'-dless of
We handle the largest and freshest stock in the town. Its quality is as good, if not better, than any other house. Now that the prices are below the reach of our
competitors, who try to imitate us, why not give us your trade.
^ GLENN & PEOPLES
»rn authorized to mnoanro 9. T
COOIIKAN ah * <*an<ti<lftt** for county trt'AAnrt*r
ftt th* November election
We nr*» authorise! to announce I>ft J C.
MORuK^ON am ft cAn<1t<1nt« tor county
uier at the November election.
NEW TIN SHOP!
I have opened a new tin shop at
Southeast Corner Public
( i^vkTrct.V:,M,°;:i?rf.,rWcouL' land solicit the patronage of all
who are iti need of any
Gasoline Stoves Repaired
All work guaranteed.
J. W. HARRIS.
ty treasurer »t tlx November election.
We are aathortled to announce W K. ROG- t ,
N^vemi^rXctimV' r°r <"°""tjr-8U,)n""y st lh<> Repairing, Roofing, Galvanized
We are anthorfze.1 to announce CI.Al'PE
WKAVKR no a candidate for county attorney
at the November election.
We are authorized to announce .I E. HAY-
WOKTII a» a candidate for county jud^e at
the November election.
We are authorize to announce the mime of
JIM) ,(•: li h HA It UK r T as a candidate for
reelection to fie office of I >ittrict Jildtfe of
the sixteenth Jlld.clal Hutrict at the Noveiu-
We are authorized to announce JolIV I'.
THOMPSON «•< « candidnte for county com-
miMloner from precinct No. i at the N'ovem |
We are authorized to announce W II PAR-
S' >NS aa a candidate for county commi"!<loncr
from Pr> < lnct No I at the November election
We are authorized to announce W. S. j
Till)M A"> >< « i andldale lor counts eommia-
niNrtioner f »r precinct No. at the Noveui- 1
We are authorized to announce that JiillN |
Mi CI.IRK i» a candidate for enmity com ml-- |
aloner for prwcinct No. I. at the November |
We are aulle rized t > announce I K Mos.
I.K.V an a candida'e lor comity coinml*"'"in i
fri.in precini t No. 4 at the November election
We are authorized to announce K. ('. I'KEIO '
a* a candidate for re election to the otllce of
county clerk at the November election.
DISTRICT (T.EKK —
We are authorized to announce .1. K. l.II.I.V
a* a candidate for re-election to the office ol
dlatrict clerk at the November election.
We are authorized to am,ounce J V
(FUANK) MoltKIs ax a candidate for re-ele<
Hon to the office of county 'ax co.lc^yt the
We are an'boriied to announce KL1
I.K.KM a* a candidate for tft* collector at the
tends voting for Hogg, while
some radical Hogg men oppose
him because he does not endorse
Hogg's extreme views and bitter
war on capital. Bat the mass of
both factions prefer him to any
other man in the race.
Bids for the n \w Dentonx&tPeet
Methodist • huftf, will T)e opened
Saratoga, N. Y. and Return,
Tickets will be on sale via M.,
K. & T. railway up to and includ-
ing Jnly 9, return limit Sept, 30.
This rate can be oge'' to ad van-
ace sleeping care, elegant reclin- I ^ ~ "* ' tage by those desiring to visit
S I TIME HAS AERI'ED : New York Oily, Niagara
lenceio insure a eaie hq<1 com- i TTQiia QimAD»
for table jonrney, at rates as low For a great redaction in the 0 al oet ewteru point,
as other line. prices of shoes and Oxford ties. ■ ^a»' an(i investigate.
If you contempla'e a tri|>, call u e 8eI1 for the next thirty days F. H. Main, Ticket Agent,
and investigate or write me for for tush our entire stock 25 per
cent off our regular prices. Below
we quote a few of our many re-
information. No trouble to an-
F. EI. Main, Ticket Agent.
For Rent Cheap.
The twentieth monthly instill-
ment on the first series of stock
Misses' kid best shoe9 50c per in the Hesperian Building ant
pair, formerly sold for 81. Savings association is now doe
Nice five room house on Find Misses'Oxford ties, patent tip, , . . .. . Sfl
i... ! 7:.n m»r nair fnrmnrlv anlH fnr il anQ m"91 uePa,a DJ HaiarUSy
sav avenue l>v
J. E. OlLCREKST.
75c per pair, formerly sold for $1.
l-adies' fine Dongola cloth top inst.
Oxfords for *1.L'5, formerly sold W. T. Roberts, Sec.
for $1.7o. " *
Ladies' fine French Dongola I For Sal0-
Oxford ties at 81.95, formerly! A four-roomed house on Morris
i sold for 82.50. street. New and in good repair.
To the Democrats of Preciue
No. »i, Cooke County, Texas.
In accordance with the call of Ladies'fine French kid Oxford Terms easy. Apply at this office
the county chairman of the demo- j ties, cloth top, patent tip, 82, for n,«*olnt"inY NntiTo
cratic executive committee 1 here- merly sold at 13.50. .... r ,f '
cK>th top, patent tip To All U hom It May Concern-
by call the democratic primary
for this precinct to meet at Era I
lUKUittL aa a cam
ami Valley Vie.v at '■) p. in., .1 uly | same, 81.55.
2.5. 1S02, to elect delegates to the)
Icountv convention nml transact
button shoes at 81.85, formerly
J sold for 82 50.—Children's of the
The firm of Gould & Company.
said tirm consisting of William
All other goods in proportion, n n t t i • .v
-p.. • ... ' 1 . ' Gould and T. L. Lovelv, is this,
This is no advertising scheme, but i
facts Poti otiH cnnvincp (lay dissolved by mutaal consent,
such other busints.H as mav prop- , , ana convince , , .
.. yourselves and save 2.) per cent T. L. Lovely having sold his undi-
er y come before it. h\erv dem- on yonr pirchaseft. A 82 present vided half interest to E. S. Mayes.
ocrat is requested to par.icipate. | ^jven away with every 810 worth The style of the firm from this!
W ,VKK ■a"a" "candidate for re-elt^tlon as aheriff U.K. .1(»NKS, I Ot goods. „ K date wi 11 l>e MayeS & Gould. WllO j HO^W, Ullt 0T1 ECC0UI11 Of tilG FBiPld S^eS Wl 11 ^0011 hp
of Cooke county at the November eie<tion. chairman Democracy of Frecinct E. KEIFFER, -ill .ft|i,M ,11 nn,„ .. ; . ' Will bUUIl ue
SENATOR- No Cookp Cnnntv Tr»v^ Proprietor Gainesville Boot and collect all outstanding claims ] J * - ,
we ar« authorized to announce R. •' ' j ShoeCo., 108 E. California St. due and pay all debts owing by * HOW, Q0I1 L IGEF tu0 \ 3FY
— , i»aid late firm of Gouid & Co. i goods you waiA are sure to b6 soldr25"
HUHUKIX ft CHii'll'lntf"i the d--inorratif
nomiiiAtlon lor r»M>r,'8*'"tRtl ve ln twenty-
thirl troin t'ookw county.
W»> arf» anthorl"e<1 to announce II I*. (PA I
ON THE RUN!
Everything Is Going Fast!
Warm weather goods for men in great variety
Uncle John F. Hunter of Ross-
ton made as a call last night.
H. E. Eldridge and J. S. Bash
went to Parcell last night.
W. A.. Tuley, the traveling pas-
senger agent of the Santa Fe, is
in the city.
C. H. Smith, wife and baby
came in from a visit to Missouri
W. H. Wooldridge of Memphis,
manager of the Wooldridge Stove
company is in the city.
Woodcutters wanted at Wood-
bine. Apply at Oannlngham
Soap Works, East Gainesville. 10
Prof. Oomegys has returned
from a trip to his old home in
Alabama and is now getting ready
to make his home in Gainesville.
Mrs. Belle Stiff of McKinney,
who nas been visiting relatives in
his city, Sydney O. Locland and
ife, for the past week, leaves
nnday for eastern summer re-
rts to spend the summer.
Before the Battle.
•jport Worth, July 8.—Both the
g and Clark factions are
cllming the victory in tomorrow's
e Clark men claim the entire
citj|bat the Hogg men contend
thelwill get the First, Seventh
Jiftge Beckham will be urged
for tfce senate if the anti-Hogg
men Ifin at the primaries.
annouiice R. K
II A7.K1.WOoi > of Gray-on a- a candidate lor
wtate senator from tlie district composed
of Cooke and <irayM>" counties.
TAX ASSESSOR —
W* are authorized to announce '• KIIASK
I lKltTKK aa a candidate for tax axsvssor at
We are autliorized to announce C. T (Tony)
H ax a candidnte for re-election to
the office of tax anaeaaov for county ftt
the November election.
Savannah, Ga., March 17, IS'.11.
Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savan-
nah, Ga :
Dear 8irs: — I lia\e sufTi-red
from rheumatism 1«>r ;i long time,
and did t ot timl a cure until 1
constable— found 1\ 1'. P., which completely
W« are authorised to announce B. C . (CAP) cured Uie. \ OUTS trillv.
Ml AC K I. KTT u a candidate for re-election to i,< V^,.,
•he olBce of conatable of l*r®clnct No. 1 at th>' | r.l.l/.\ I .
ovemberelection. n; Orange street Sauannah, (la.
Wo are authorized -to announce J. W-
APPI.EHV aa a candidate for constable ol
ABOUT HOME MATTERS.
What .he Reporters See and Hoar
While Rustling Around.
j jj k. & T. Railway
New political converts are al-
One of onr grain firms was
shipping oats to Atlanta. Ga , yes-
July 7, 1892.
T. L. Lovkly.
eriff Ware went to Sherman
ay and witnessed the hang-
cution took i>laceins'de
the jadfValls and was private,
only witnesses were present
V> e are shoeing immense lines of Light Coats
and Vests, StraWHats, Puff Bosom Shirts, Feather-
weight Underweai and Summer Neckwear.^
Wc are authorize.. announce ROBERT L.
M K KM IK a* a candidate for public weigher at |
tlie Novcini>er election.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE—
We are authorized to announce N. C. SNIPER j
a- n candidate for re-election to tlie office ol |
1 uatii-e of the pcai e for precinct No. 1. $34 60
long limit tourist tickets Washington
\re now on sale at the M-, K. & ft34 60
Nice at LTeatlv redoced
It will soon be time for the fte wersiovited by the sheriff.
New York and return $37 60. third party to nominate the conn-
Philadelphia and return ti^et. There is considerable
$37 60 interest manifested as to who will
be the candidates.
Sheriff McAfee hanged the man
himself. At 2:30 the drop fell,
and in fourteen minutes the man
was pronoanced dead.
Hon. Jesse Murrell made us a Smith made no confession or
I call I-riday. He is still shelling statement to anybody. He per-
return the woods for the eueinies of sistently refused to te^ to anyone,
The candidate of the people's
party S»r the presidency, Gen.
Jame*® Weaver of Iowa, needs
no int®luotion to the country.
He hassled in congress, where
he was re'°gDized as & In®n of
ability and'ndependence, in
the greenbarf movement was the
accepted lead1 of his P»rty. His
views on maff.of the important
questions of f® are those of
the radical*nd extremists, and
io a coi^«ntion like thst at Oma-
ha, hi? selection for the head of
the t cket was a logical result.
He is lie right man for the place,
thon . the nomination of Jadge
Ore a stronger and abler
ma iild have attracted atten-
tion -lid won votes in some quar-
ters where Geo. Weaver will be
regarded with distrust. There are
those w^io think there is a bare
not held i^
T. ticket office at greatly redo
rates to summer resorts all over! 01d Point Comfort and re-
the country. turn $33.60.
AUo cheap roan,I trip tickets j^,, Um,;t Scpt. 15 This
democracy. Jesse is an old time
true blue democrat.
If Warner Miller needs any
assistance towards completing
even his attorneys, anything
about his past history or any-
New Orleans ami to points in Col-1 nnw on ^ale.
orarto and New Mexico. Tr ** • T' l f a ♦
Passengers on the M„ K. & T. | F H Main. Ticket Agent,
lip.ve the advantage of old, "
solid roadbed, equipped with pal ' Cold beer at the ( ave.
SmUh Was haoged f^f the mur-
unirago hi. Louis, Kansai i * I the Nicaragua canal he might do dec of James Isbel tkt\oity
Olty, Louisville, c„„,„„.ti an.1',, a rare opportunity. TtekeU som'' m
He went into IsbePs sal
there wete a number of
well to consult our city council.
They have a reputation of push-
ing through gigautic enterprises.
There is nothing to keep us
from having one of the finest fahs
this fall ever held in Texas. The
crops are better than nsual
everything is in a favorable
dition. Let everybody
gether and make it a
Hon. 0. L.
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Roberts, W. T. The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 181, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 9, 1892, newspaper, July 9, 1892; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth503239/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.