The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 71, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 2, 1892 Page: 1 of 4
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GAINESVILLE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 2. 1S02.
This Week's Attractions
Will be greater than before and such bargains as we offer to the
trading public in these columns cannot be obtained every dav.
1500 yards of Laces worth 5c, at ic per yard.
1000 yards of Laces worta 7c, at 3c per yard.
A lot of Embroider}- Edgings at ic per yard.
Kemnants of Embroideries way below cost.
^ bi<r lot of remnants in Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons
At Half of Former Price
flfi^TesHTffilia Gauze Vests, former price 6oc, NOW 30c.
Ladies' Jersey Vests, former price 65c, NOW 35c.
Our stock of Misses' and children's Underwear
Will be sold belof original cost.
Children's Black and Colored Jerseys worth $1, at 25c.
Ladies Black and Colored Jerseys worth $1.50, at 35c.
Ladies' Embroidered Jerseys in Pink, Blue and Wh:te,
Worth $2.00, at 50c.
LOT NO. ONE—50 different syles, worth 50c and $1,00, at 20c
LOT NO. TWO—20 different styles, woith 7cc and $i.2c, at 10c.
Lace Trimmed, worth 25c, at 10c.
Special Bargains in Ruchings, Fine Crepelesse, Tinsel and
Beaded auchings, and Remnants of Dress Goods at A bout
Your Own Figures.
the Consideration of the
Free Coinage Bill.
An elegant line of Ladies' Shoes in Oxford Ties and Cloth Tops at very pop-
ular prices. A new line of Ceipets in two and three plys and extra supers, marked
at cash prices. New and Comp'ete stock of Ladies' Underwear in all sizes and at
very low prices.
Mail orders solicited and prompt attention and full benefit of low prices given
Cash must invariably accompany the order. We charge no goods to anyone.
H ird, Maddox&Vaeth
Successors to SCHIFF, SOMMER & CO.
Corner of Dixon Street and Broadway,
The Texas & Pacific R'y
(El Pako Kout< )
THE DIBKCT LINK TO
Shreveport and Hew Orleans, 10 mar-
tini, Memphis, St. Loots and
the Horth and East
And to all pot ta In Texa», Old «n<1 New Slex
too, Arizona, Colorado and California,
The favorite Hue via Sacramento to Oregon
Facteat time between Texax and the North and
Ka«t, via Texarkana and tho
Iron Mountain Route
g^y-Only line offerlnKChoioeof routes to point*
in ihe Lontheimt via Memphis, Shreveport
and New Orleans.
For time table", map#, ticket*, rates, and all
desired Information, apply to or address
any ol the ticket aKenti. or
C. P "KGAN. GASTON MF.SL1EU
Trav. Pass. Ag't lien'l Pass A Tkt Agt
JNO A GRANT, Sd Vice Pres.
Clocks : : Diamonds : : Spectacles
H. P. MARKHAM, M. D.
Phyaician and Surgeon.
Office over Garner's drag store.
Office boars 9 to 11 a. m. and 2
to 5 p. m.
HOW TO OUT THIN.
The only safe aod reliable treat-
meut for obesity (or superflous
fat) is "Leverette" Obesity
Pills, which gradually reduce the
weight aod measurement No in-
jury or inconvenience. Leaves no
wrinkles; acts by absorptioo.
This care is founded upon «he
most scientific principles, and has
been used by one of the most em-
inent physicians of Europe in his
private practice "for five years,"
with the most gratifying result*
Mr Henry Perkins, 29 Union
Park, Boston, writes: "From the
use of 'Leverette' Obesity Pills my
weight has been redaced ten
pounds iu three weeks, and my
general health is very much im-
proved. The principles of yonr
treatment are fully Indorsed by
my family physician. In proof ot
my gratitade I herewith give you
permiaaion to use my name if you
desire to do *0."
Price 12.00 per package, or
three package# for $6.00. By reg-
istered mall. All orders supplied
direct from oor offloe.
The Leverette Specific Co., 339
Washington St, Boston, Maaa.
SILVER PLATED WARE,
East Calirornia Street, Gainesville, Teias.
Carry in stock a tine line of adjusted movements sutablefoi
railroad men 01 others requiring accurate time,
for less money than th^y can be bought
elsewhere for cash.
W. W. HOWETH
R. B. HOWETH
-^GENERAL -A-GHE ISTTSt^
North^Side California Street, Scott Block.
BUY AND SELL LAUD
On commission lender and pt y
taxes. Loan money to individuals
and for loan companies. Buy and
sell land notes, make abstracts
and examine titles, write deeds
and all other kind of instrument*,
and take acknowledgements.
Have absUtcts to all lands tn
Cooke county. Have for sale im-
proved and unimproved city and
country property. Excellent bar-
gains in farm and ranch properties
in Oooke, Montague and Clay
Is it not wonderful why Morge-
son's Tasteless Chill Tonio has
such a sale! Because of ita being
tasteless, pore vegetable and a
dollar bottle for 60 cents; also
every bot*1* guaranteed
Try Morgeson's tasteless Chill
Tonio all we ask is a trial, yon
will be convinoed. It is purely
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills
Act on a new principle—regu-
lating the liver, stomach and bow-
els through the nervea. A new
discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speed-
ily cure biliousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation.
Unequalled for men, women, chil-
dren. Smallest, mildest, surestl
50 doses, 35 cents. Samples free
at Garner Jk Williams' drag store
Washington, Feb. 29. — The
committee on rules brought in an
order'today appointing the 22d
of March as the time for the con-
sideration of the free coinage bill
and that if the discussion on the
bill does not end of its own ac-
oord it shall cease on the 21th.
It will be observed that there is
nothing said in this order in re
gard to a vote being taken at the
end of the discussion. This has
provoked considerable discussion
and comment, and by some it is
inferred that the committee on
rules did not intend that a vote
should be forced. I have taken
pains to inquire into the matter
aod ascertain that the reason the
oommittee did not set a time for a
vote was that it thought this ac-
tion imnroner. as it ^ would be
opponents of free coinage intend-
ed to filibuster. The committee
reserved its power to set the time
for voting and will exercise it if
at the end of the time there is
any filibustering indulged in. This
Again there are some persons
who believe that when the adop-
tion of the rule or order setting
the time for the consideration of
the free coinage bill eomes up
next Monday the anti-silver men
if they find they can't pass an
amendment to the order by which
the bill may be considered on
some day next session they will
go into filibuster sgainst the rule.
The committee did not in its order
state when the vote should be
taken on the adoption of the rale,
bat the committee gives the same
reasons for this that it gave for
the failure to fix a time for the
voting on the bill itself, and if
fllibusteiing is resorted to to pre-
vent a vote on the rale a supple-
mented order will come in settirg
a time for a vote.
The anti-silver men are now
generally alarmed. After the
caacas of a few nights ago they
affected confidence, bat it was
readily seen that it was assumed.
They argued that a motion to ad-
journ would not have carried in
the caucus if the silver men bad
possessed the strength to bend
the democrats in the house to
The free coinage men say that
the reason they did not force
matters when they had them in
band was because they feared a
bitterness would arise and they
wanted to win smoothly for the
benefit of the party.
It is said the anti-free coinage
men, now having been^»n«h«/it/»
tueir last card. There has
been a conference among them
and it is agreed to call on every
board of trade, commercial club
or organisation, aod farmers
where they can be reached, ask-
ing them to send telegrams to
their congressmen demanding
that they vote against the consid-
eration of the silver bill this ses-
sion. They hope that some of the
free coinage men may be induced
to vote against the consideration
by this work.
The silver men are advised of
this and are doing all in their
power to stiffen the backbones of
those whose weakness they hi
cause to fear.
The supreme court today sus-
tained the demurrer of the Unit-
ed States to the answer of Texas
in the Greer county case, which
was that the dispute between
plaintiff and defendant was over
a boundary which bad been eatab-
ished by treaty, and that it was
political question, over which the
supreme court had no jurisdic
ion. The decision in no way af
'ects the merits of the case and
Texas will now proceed to get up
her testimony and go to trial on
That court also sustained ex
Speaker Beed in bis counting
quorum. This point came op in a
case involving the legality of the
tariff tax on worsteds. The cour
simply decided that the house ha<
the right to make its rulea for its
Mr. Beed was highly pleased
with the result. He got a letter
from a man in Montana, which he
showed around with great glee.
This gentleman said he had beta
of $500 and put op the money
that the present house would not
adopt Mr. Seed's ruling and that
it was agreed to leave the matter
to Mr. Bssd. That gen tiems
pliea aa follows: "The democratic
has not adopted my relief,
decision of the supreme oourt will
have no effect on it. It has leak-
ed out that Senator Hill will go to
Mississippi to deliver a speech to
the legislature of that state on the
15th provided that the legislature
is in session at that time. He
was invited by that body to make
the speech. He will speak and
he will come back by Savannah,
Ga., and make a speech there
also. It seems from this that he
is going to proseonte it vigorous-
ly. Mr. Crain today applied for
the establishment of postofficesat
West Galveston ond Nottingham,
both in Galveston county. He
appeared before the committee on
foreign affairs in support of a re-
quest of the heirs of George
Barnes of Texas to be allowed to
withdraw claims against the Mexi-
can government for use in the
the free bagging and tib bill
Washington, Feb. 29.—The fol-
lowing is the report of Mr. Turner
of Georgia, from the ways and
means committee, in favor of the
for cotton, machinery for manu-
facturing bagging, cotton ties and
The bill proposes an act of
tardy justice to those who con-
tribute the chief item of our ex-
port trade. The right to resort to
imported bagging and ties will, it
is confidently believed, protect
the farmers and laborers engaged
in the production of cotton
against corners and combinations
amoag those who under the pres-
ent tariff control the supply of
these indispensible articles. The
importation of machinery used in
the manufacture of bagging is
proposed in this bill for the bene
fit of American bagging factories.
They already have their raw ma-
terials free. An additional reason
is suggested by the fact that if
these very simple machines can
be imported free, the farmers
themselves can join in the pro-
duction of bagging. They will
thus have in their own hands a
final defense against trusts and
monopolies. They arc still smart-
ing from the oppression which the
very recent combination imposed,
raising the price of bagging near-
ly 100 per cent. The effect of
| the McKinley rates upon bagging
and ties has not yet been fully de-
veloped. The first effect has been
to cut off importations of these
articles. The next step will be an
augmentation of price.
Dalzell of Pennsylvania is pre-
paring the report of the republi-
can minority in opposition to the
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The Secret of Success.
Garner, Williams & Co
well known druggists, believe that
the secret of success is persever-
ance. Therefore they persist in
keeping the finest line of perfum-
eries, toilet articles, cosmetics,
drugs and chemicals on the mar- >
ket. They especially invite all
persons who have palpitation,
short breath, weak or hungry
spells, pain in side or shoulder,
oppression, night mare?dry cough,
Base' 'iir'iry in\ mum \iue(]u&IM
New Heart Cure before it is too
late. It has the largest sale of
any similar remedy. Fine book of
testimonials free. Dr. Miles' Re-
storative Nervine is unsurpassed
for sleeplessness, headache, fits
etc., and it contains no opiate. 5
a husband's mistake.
Husband's too often permit
wives, and parents their children
to suffer from headache, dizziness,
neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nerv-
ousness, when by the use of Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine such
serious results could easily be
prevented. Druggists everywhere
say it gives universal satisfaction,
and has an immense sale. Wood-
worth & Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
8uow & Co.. of SvrftfnaP- N. Y.; .Tf
hundreds of others say "it is the
greatest seller they ever knew."
It contains no opiates. Trial bot-
tles and fine book on Nervous
Diseases, free at Garner WilliamB
& Co's. drug store. 5
Sulisorihe for "wprrian
cmi® H«rken, Arrf ijoy£
tf e neS
house of representatives.
Washington, Feb. 29 —On
tion of Mr. Stump of Maryland a
^,r. 1—m——^ vat7 UUU5C SOU BCD*
ate committees on immigration to
nvestigate jointly the workings
of immigration laws and the im-
portation of contract labor.
Mr. Catchings of Mississippi,
rom the committee on rules, re-
jorted a resolution providing
hat on Tuesday, March 22, imme-
diately after the morning session
i;he house shall proceed to consid-
er action on the silver bill and
should stud bill not be sooner dis-
>osed of the house shall continue
,he consideration during Wednes-
day, 23d, and Thursday, 24th. The
resolution waa ordered printed
and Mr. Catchings gave notice
that he would ask the house to
consider it Monday next.
The houae went into committee
of the whole, Mr. Bynum of In-
diana in the chair, on Indian ap-
Mr. Holman of Indiana moved
an amendment making the appro-
priations for the Carlisle school
applicable to the pupila now in
attendance. Mr. Holman'a amend-
ment waa rejected. Pending ac-
tion the oommittee roae and the
W. B. KINNE,
Fine American Watches
All work guaran
Silverware and Clocks
East Side Square, Gainesville, Texas.
WATERMAN & FRIEDENHEIT
THE OLD RELIABLE
Mucky Whiskey, Depot
ESTABLISHED IN 1879.
WATERMAN & FRIEDENHEIT
Corner Rusk and California Streets
who beta that the democracy will
show any sense at any tims en any-
thing shonld demand long odds."
This honss has net the
rules as Mr.
Washington, Feb. 29.—Vice
Preaident Morton preaided over
the senate today and laid before
it the credentials of Mr. Daniels
for the new senatorial term, be-
ginning March 4,1893,which were
placed on file.
Mr. Stanford introduced a bill
to determine the value of a legal
tender dollar. Laid on the table
for the present. It provides
value of 25.8 grains of gold shall
he the standard which shall deter
mioe the value of s dollar.
The Idaho eleetion ca
sgsin taken np and Mr. Claggett
resumed hia argument (begun Fri-
day) in support of his claims to the
Mr. Dubois gave a detailed ao-
count of the controverted elec-
Mr. Pugh, who tigned the mi-
nority report in ffcvor of Mr. Da-
of it At the close of Mr. Pugh's
speech the senate went into exec-
utive session (after Mr. Mitchell
gave notice that he would ask the
senate to "sit out" the Idaho case)
and adjourned at 4:40 p. m.
French Tansy "Wafterm.
These wafers are for the relief
and cure of painful and irregular
menses, and will remote all ob-
structions. and are sure and safe
every time. Manufactured by
Emeraon Drug Co., San Jose,
Gal., and for aale by Marion E.
Rev. G. W. Holloway will begin
| a series of meetings at the Baptist
church, this city, on Friday
night, March 4. All are invited
For the purest, best and al-
ways toting extraota and colognes
do not hesitate a moment but
come right over to Morgeson's
drag store, where you are sure to
get them, beyond a doubt
Bring your Job work to the
Of Special Interest to all Bail-
Your attention is called to a
Jeans Pant manufactured spec-
ial y for railroad men. This
is warranted absolutely fast
black, is of superior make and
perfect fit Every pair war-
ranted not to rip and to be a
perfect fast black. For sale by
The Gainesville Music House ia
receiving a fine and well aaaorted
stock of pianos and organa.
J. L. Hickson,
For Bent or Sale.
A substantial 4-room houae
good order, on Grand avenne
near California street Large lot.
Good water. Good location. Pos-
session on March 7. Apply to
George Holland. mh23
If yon want to eell anything 1
vsrtite la Tarn Hi
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Roberts, W. T. The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 71, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 2, 1892, newspaper, March 2, 1892; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth503443/m1/1/?rotate=90: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.