The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 259, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 7, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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October 5th, 6th and 7th,
We will place on our counters our entire stock of
Dress Goods and Trimmings at prices that no
other store ever has or ever can sell reliable goods
for the same low prices at which we are quoting
below. Note prices:
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
45-inch All-wool Black Serge,
worth 50c for 30c.
54 inch All-wool Black Serge,
worth 65c for 42 ^c.
Black Finish Henrietta, v ry
tine quality, high silk finish,
Silk Warp Henrietta, worth
$1.50 for 95c.
Priestly & Co's. goods, all-
wool Camel Hair, 4o-inch
wide, worth 161.25 for 70c.
Priestly & Co's. Diagonals,
42-inch wide, worth Si.25
for 67 I-2C
Imported high class Novelty,
45 inches, worth $1.75 for
Dark ground Crepe effect,
with bright knolls of silk in-
terwoven, worth $2.25 for
French Zeteline, in Crepe ef-
fects, in dress patterns only,
worth $1.50 at 80c.
Silk Bayadere, raised effect,
worth $2.00 at $1.10,
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
All-wool Mixtures small check,
worth 40c for 19c.
Silk Tu*t Suiting and Fancy
Serges, worth 45c for 25c
Pin Checks, all-wool 35c.
54-inch Costume Cloth, in all
colors, all wool, 39c.
Broadhead Mixtures, 36 inch,
worth 55c for 37>4c,
Broadhead Silk and Wool
Mixtures, worth 65c for 40c.
Ladies' Broadcloth, worth $1,
No. 524, Black Jet 2c.
No. 1608, Vt-inch wide Jet 4c.
Black Silk Gimp, i-ii;ch wide
Fish Scale, in all colors, 1 ic.
Gimp Band, worth 50c for
Between the hours of 9 and
11 a. n. and 3 and 5p. in., we
will sell 7 yaids of
All-vool Serge or Silk Varp Hen-
with all linings, stay.', hooks
and eyes for fl 98 These goods
are worth 60 and 75c a yard.
This Offer Positively Limited—One Dress to a
LOCAL 5HORT STOPS.
Pavement Paragraphs Gathered
In the Rounds.
PAUL GALLIA, MANAGES.
Tia said that "good wine needs
Since he who's tasted boys it;
lot dealers who their trade wonld
tiad better advertise it.
Oo to the picnic today.
R. E. Philips is quite sick at
tiis home in East Gainesville.
George Bishofi requests us to
thank the committee for the pre-
Hon. J. W. Swayne of Fort
Worth will speak today at the
The council met last night but
no quorum being present they will
meet this morning at 9 o'clock.
Merchants who have really good
goods find it to their interest to
advertise them in the Hesperian.
The Fort Worth players did
not come yesterday. Just why
they failed to show up is not
The guessing contest now being
conducted by S. Zacharias wil.
continue until Saturday and all
school girls are entitled to gness
Robbers broke a pane of glass
Monday night and stole three
shotguns and a revolver from
Stevens, Kennerly & Spragins
No clew to the thief.
The whereabouts of W. D. Mil
ler still remains a mystery. It
was thought that perhaps he had
kjone to Cripple Creek and a tele-
gram was sent there yesterday but
no answer had been received last
Married, October 8, at the resi-
dence of William Higgins, 211
Craven street, W. C. Forrester
and Mrs. Ella Fox, both of Cle-
burne. We extend to Mr. and
Mrs. Forrester our congratula-
tions and trust their future may
be prosperous and happy.
A message was received in the
city yesterday evening asking
that Dr. Conson, the Sauta Fe
surgeon, be sent at once to the
scene of a wreck in the canyon
near the Arbuckle mountain?.
There had been a rear end eol-
li.sion and Mark Boyce, an en^in
eer, and his fireman were injured.
Dr. Conson was sent up on a spe-
rial traiu. He returned last
evening and Boyce was taken to
his home in North Gainesville.
Boyce ran into the local in ch trge
of Conductor Jim O'Brien ol
whose crew none were hurt. The
local was behind time ant!
had stopped to unload some
freight when Boyce's train came
thundering around the curve and
the ciash followed.
Wednesday, October 7
Mr. D. A. Bonta's Company
In Sir Charles Young's Sensational
By arrangement with A. M. Palmer.
Frank C. Bangs as Ralston,
Marie Edith fiiee as Kina,
And a carefully selected company of
Including many of the original cast.
ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
GEO. T. YATES, PROP.
TELEPHONE NO. 65.
Invariably in advance.
Twelve nutUs I 1 oo
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Til EXPIRATION OF THE
TIME PAID FOR.
L**k at printed label on your paper. The
date thereon ihowa when the subscription
expire*. Forward your money In ample time
f*r renewal If you desire unbroken flies, as
we aaa not always furnish back numbers.
TO ALL MANAGERS.
lie en* Is authorized to ask for favors on
snnennt of the Hsspiuan excepr over tke
sigmature of tb* proprietor of tbe paper.
AMreaa all communications, of whatever
natnre, t* tke Hbspbuan, Gainesville, Texas.
RAT US «IVEN ON APPLICATION.
■ntnmd at the postofflce at Gainesville,
raxas, as seeond elass mall matter.
THE HESPERIAN 18 IH ITS TWEN-
m. e. fc^t.
East—II a. m.
West—4 p. m.
South—9 p. in.
41 —6:30 p. m.
North—9 p. m.
" —9:30 a. m.
and Saturday 7 a. m.
Sivils Bend—Same days 1 p
Ross ton—Dally 7 a. m.
Marysville—Daily 8 a. m.
Cal lis burg—Daily I p. m.
Balm—Daily 1. p. m.
Three or four elegantly furnish
ed rooms near public square, suit*
able for light housekeeping and
cheap. Apply to Joe M. DavIh
at H. W. Stark's drag store. 6
HE8PERIAN Office, 1
October 6, 1896. J
Strict middling 62*
Good middling 6V%
Liverpool, October 6.—Fu-
new york market.
New York, October 6.—Fu-
new orleans market.
9 New Orleans, October 6.—Fu-
There is but one variety store
in town—there you can find al-
most anything you need—the Va-
riety store of Mitchell & Shearer.
Do not fail to call at Sam Cher-
ry's old stand on Dixon street for
hardware, buggies, stoves, tinware
and quennsware at cost. This is
a fact and not a fake. 8
Call on me for the best paper
patterns made. The New Idea,
all kind and sizes 10c.
7 L. J. Wynn.
Mitchell & Shearer have the
greatest assortment of toilet soap
of any house in town and at half
Don't Travel via the Ft. Worth
and Denver Railway
unless you want quick service,
cool breezes, polite attention, low
rates and a highly pleasureable
Baby Carriages at Rackley's for
Seats on sale at Edward's drug
store Monday morning. Prices
25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
paul gallia. manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Friday, Oct. 9th
We have the finest lamps made,
but not at the fancy prices usually
8 Mitchell & Shearer.
B. M. Williams, one of the
hardware merchants who has suc-
cessfully stemmed the tide of hard
times, has a splendid stock of
new stoves, both heaters and
cookers. He has them for sale
and guarantees them to be useful
and ornamental. He can satisfy
you as to prices and save you
money in your purchase. East,
side of the square.
John S. Fletcher left last night
for St. Louis for a short trip.^f <.
Prof. LaHache of Sherman is
here to meet his folks, who are re-
turning from the north.
Dr. R. D. Duren of Bulcher,
Tex., called at the Hesperian
office Tuesday and left an order
for some nice stationery.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Purcell
leave this morning for a month's
trip to Kentucky and Illinois, to
visit friends and relatives.
J. T. Vaughn of Dexter, an old
subscriber to the Hesperian—
one who has been reading it for
years and years—paid us a pleas-
ant call Tuesday.
Col. A. B. Manion of Delaware
Bend, an old reader of the Hes-
perian and a former political
leader, is in the city visiting his
grandchildren, Jim Scott and sis
Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti-
pation. sour stomach, indigestion are prompUy
cured by Hood's Pills. Tbey do their work
easily and thoroughly. ■ II
Best after dinner pills. III K
28 cents. All druggists. ■ III ^9
Prepared by c. i. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass.
The only Pill to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
William Gillette's Greatest Success,
And a powerful cast of
Attention is directed to the fact that this
season's production of "The Private Secre
tary" embraces many new and novel musi
eal specialties. The Louisville Courier-Jour
nal says: "The musical selections improve
the play, and it didn't really need improve
ment at that. The company is indeed
Seats on sale Thursday morning
at Edwards' drug store.
SCHIFF & CO.
Attractive New Goods For
Every department is now brim full of the choicest novelties of this season's
production. None but the bost and most reliable merchandise sold at the
verv lowest prices. Every item advertised in these columns will be found
exactly as advertised.
Fancy Colored Jac-
quards, all wool fill-
ing, 40 inches wide,
worth 50c yard.
Special price 35c yard.
All wool Serge and
Henrietta, all colors
and black, 36 inches
wide, worth 50c yard.
Special price 39c Yard.
All Wool Imported
Silk Finished Henri-
etta, worth 60c yard,
j Special price 47c yd.
Fancy Figured Bro-
cadine, double width,
worth 22c yard, spe-
cial price 15c yard.
This la Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps
a generous sample will be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure-
(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon-
strate the great merits of tbe remedy.
56 Warren St., New York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr.. of Great Falls, Mont.,
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I
can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi-
tive cure for catarrh if used as directed."—
Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
L. J. Wynn,
The low priced Dry Goods and
and Clothing dealer at No. 12 east
side of square, now offers his en-
tire stock at a big reduction for
spot cash. The goods must be
sold and it will pay you to see his
goods and prices before buying
We have gone into fine lamps
in earnest and name prices to get
oui share of the business.
8 Mitchell & Shearer.
Your Bundle Come to
Best Laundry in Texas.
We have every moderj means
for doing good work and saving
the clothes, any finish you prefer,
just like home if you want it. Try
us. A postal brings our wagon
for your bundle or phone No 30.
We use pure artesian water.
Artesian Steam Laundry,
111 South Dixon Street.
Wilson & Hoag, manufacturers
of cigars and dealers in pipes, to-
bacco, etc., filed a deed of trust
last night, naming J. F. Morris as
trustee. Liabilities could not be
If you want strictly first-class
carriage work and your horse
shod just right take your work to
Oeorge A. Bishoff. He ha3 se-
cured the services of George H.
Dickerman, the noted horse-shoer.
Next door to city ball. n7
The old country soap is the best
laundry soap on earth. Sold by
Mitchell & Shearer. 8
- Special Notice.
All persons in arrears for their
occupation tax will please call at
my office and settle same, or I
will be compelled, under the law,
to file complaint at once against
9 John Kino,
Tax Collector Cooke County.
For glass, tin and qaeensware
go to the Variety Store of Mitchell
& Shearer. 8
IA11 Wool Black
I Serge, 44 inches wide
worth 65c yard. Spe-
jcial price 49c yard.
Plain Black Mohair,
38 inches wide, worth
65c yard. Special
price 49c yard.
Ladies' Fast Black
Hose, high spliced
heels, regular price
Special price 17c pair.
| Ladies' Fast Black
I Hose, spliced heel
i and toe, regular
Special price 25c pair.
No. 412. Oar cele-
brated W. B. Cor-
sets, regular price
Special price 75c.
25 dozen Ladies'
Heavy Ribbed Vests,
worth 25c, i pecial
price 19c each.
Special price 3Jtfc per
Best Bine and Red
Calico. Special price
Extra Heavy Domes-
tic, full yard wide.
Special price 4.'iC yd.
All Wool Red Twill-
ed Flannel. Special
price 12,lac yard.
Red Table Damask,
i regular price 50c.
| Special price 33c yd.
^Special sale in Cloaks
and Capes this week.
NORTH DIXON STREET.
Dr. E. P. NOBLE,
Office over Gainesville National
All previous Entertainments Surpassed!
All Departments More Complete!
More Diversity of Exhibits I
The Largest and Host Exoellent List of Attractions Yet Secured..
LOW HJk.XLDRO-A.r) RATES.
Write for programme giving full information. Catalogues, Premium Lists,
Programmes, etc., mailed on application.
J. T. Tssabv mt, C. a. ('our, 6tdnkt Surra;
eaideai, bciretury. General
Want to renew your loan?
Want to make a new loan?
Want to sell your vendor lien notes?
Want to buy a farm and have the
vendor lien notes extended?
If You Do
Call On Us.
We have plenty of money to loan
and are anxious to put it out on good
farms. Loans made promptly,
YOU ARE THE ONE
We are talking to if yon suffer
from hedake, neuralgia, etc.,
try a box
Guaranteed to cure in one
EDWARDS, Tbe Li Ye Druggist.
Is now on at Geoige Y. Bird's
store on all grades of summer
dress goods, shirt waists, para-
sols, slippers, ladies' and gents'
atraw bats, gents' and boyt' light
weight clothing, at prices for cash
that can not be duplicated.
A Good Medicine Is It
That Will Cure
Is (jviarant»'»"i to cure the wcrst eases o
Diarrhoea, Dysentery,» holera Morbus, Sum-
mer Complaints, pains in stomach and bow-
els. We guarantee every bottle or money
refunded. Price 25c iw>ttle.
EDWARDS, The LiYflJ)rnggist
Low Rates, Santa Fe Route.
f 2 CO round trip to Ft. Worth
Oct. 11 and 12 and morning of the
13th limited until Oct. 14 for re-
turn, account meeting of the na-
tional live stock exchange.
$14.75 to Kansas City and re-
turn selling Oct. 3 and 4, limited
to Oct. 12 for return, acconnt fall
$19.70 to St. Louis and return
gelling Oct. 3 to 8 inclusive, lim-
ited to Oct. 13 for return, account
St. Louis fair.
S. A. Kendig, P. A.
A. C. Young
Is still Belling furniture, crockery
and lamp goods.
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