Gainesville Daily Hesperian. (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 218, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 14, 1889 Page: 4 of 4
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«>u the Ami «kjr.
ao Qpiu>r wrrcU UwB
lirht>" -r«*y crrmmy,
uuuk- «;» I«»m» r.«* learaa,
poppie*. mil*. Uutos. gnipe* and pom*
gruiMiU*. ik-ticuU'l* Miixwd with honey,
npr. «l.np and - iftifoes Pure cokl
w»U*r rfter »wecU U known by all
Turks young mid old. to be the moat
ilelioioua mt - luxuries, SMid tliia the
•cbool children often enjoy for the
waterman u cunning enough to fot
!uw t imely in lb* wuke of the candy
vendor, anxious to lighten hie burden
knd druw • profit. aa w«ll aa spring
water, from the Unr «d skin of a pig,
illicit be vorrierBtrapped to his ahoul-
Jors like u U^mrpe— the Turkish water
t»uc>m - Cor \\ ide Awake.
TtiU powdw never varies. A mar-
re purity .strength and \vhole*omo-
ness. More economical1 than tbe otrdi -
nary kind*, and ciimot bo sold m
competition wUb the multitude of low
test, abort weight alum or phosphate
Dowders. tJoi5 only in cans. Royal
Kkln* Powder Co., IOC Wall St.
For sale at wholesale and retail in
Gainesville bv M. W. Staniforth
Bros,, Gwvn Br*i«.
Mod rail A Hosa,
She §ailg giMpmaa
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,1889
whah' the hand (y goo i? sebh
n m tt'D t Italy Uuu •
Dm border •«*
ftaal Uknlj th4U > rwpr from
Sit acruiaonMj U> Ito (lurrf •»' t*«
Kwjbndy la * hurry ws and wtmmta. n» an
boy*, * " * • *
All aroahln Ilka tha aatton tiM U>» rumble *4
Jaa aa If lhr.tr aoute* Mitnlaa haaf a pan that
fit tin Lhar'
Llkaht Na II
"Mill Um '»W and mountain* fi-mo.
basal ao ht(K
Thai f ou atrrmr taa a quvw
o tba onrtuoglB
not a mauls' brook
Sot a tree or grnmj imAIi«.
Nutbk' but Umi build la' aha<klar makla (loom o
taa Iba bird* ar all Impnrtad from acroat
nw Craw* «
I know the masiars of painting
• Mm tiuido, in bis wonderful "Eec*
Homo," down to the present time haw
depicted the crown that rested upoi
the head of our crucified Saviour aa a
twisted branch of bare thorns, und
that la. so far as I Know, universally
accepted as the true crown.
Some years ago an incident that oo
currvd in lite Holy Laud causcd uie to
think thut this popular belief niay beo
mistake. A party of us who were
journeying toward Jerusalem at this
*Mison "of the year, which is identical
vith the (ttuision and death of the lias-
er. had stopped to rest and lunch just
after witeriiiff the bill country, some
miles beyond Rauileh, when a lady of
ihe party who was gathering the
beautiful (lowers thutcovered the land
acape ou all aides wreathed au exquis
it* spray, and holding it up exclaimed:
"The crowu of thorns !"
Our party were delighted with the
wreath, and u;ion examining it we
found that losg sharn thorns were
concealed by the lovely pink flowers.
We were couvinocd that this was the
true crown, and as wo advanced to-
ward Jerusalem we saw that tflo whole
xiuutry, even to the walls of the city,
vas covered with this (lowering thorn.
The plant and flower are similar to
what we commonly call the floweriug
almond, with the addition of the
thorn Tlie bloom is thick, so that by
merely entwining a branch a wreatli
is made, while the long, sharp thorns,
art out at nglit angles aliout un mcl
a|Mirt, make it a (laiuful crown to wear
u(ion tlie human brow.
When we remember that the sol
■tiers wbo dressed our Saviour Willi
the purple rol>e and crown did it as a
tuocxery, it is reasonable to believe
thfll tliey chose this ylant, which wiu
•o accessible and would make a beauti
ful appearance, while at the touut
time wounding Ma holy brow
Many who have visaed Palestine at
ibis aeaaon of the rear have doubtlesa
had this suggesn-d to them, yet 1 have
never s**n comment upon it in any
Wook of travels--C>r. J*. Y. Herald
I dlatonad with tba hand o' ml»
Llka k? No I lova to waador
tn tha bordor land out yon4er.
lo' Ood laaaai
railroad trains aboaa you. ttrmca by
la th» gutter la
its a»* wafona niBtlli' Utroucb tha
i with i In*
, awaarln'. fruroblln'. jm lika Impa
o' Ood la
I o' Ood to aaaa
•OM> Jack Crawford, tha Poet Scout, to Outlag
An elderly man aat pkkcidly on the
string pwfee of a fir dOwnttrwti p4er,
eoniemplatireU waiting for a bite at
er end of hie ffihitf
ind the old fellow pul
lay ^ill and
pulled out a
ing his squirming prise with a well
auUed hand, he
Tha Cowthutpa Oak.
The largest tree in Great Britain,
and one of the most famous, is the
Cowthor|>e oak, in Yorkshire, which
ia believed to be some fifteen hundred
yeareold. When Evelyn wrote his
"Silva," iu the Seventeenth century,
ita circumference at lb** ground wa*
78 feet, but later earth tv*s banked u|>
around it, which covered some con
aiderable projections and reduced ita
girth. At the beginning of the la.sl
centurv its branches overshadowed at
area of half an acre of ctouihL tlte
top or leading branch fell at some un
recorded date, curiously slipping down
into the hollow trunk, where it re
mained. In tho last century one of
the main branches which was blown
down proved to be 90 feet in length
and yielded five tons of timber When
cacefuliy measured by Dr. Jcsanp in
1829 fbo girth of the tree at the
ground was 60 feet, and at a yard
above 45 feet; the chief remaining
limb was 50 feet long, and its circum-
ference 8 feet and the height of the
tree was 45 feet. It was then hollow
to the top. For many years saplings
raised from this tree were sold in pots
by the villagers for as much ao a
guinea apiece. It is now a venerable
ruin, but most picturesque in its de
cay. It stands in a green paddock,
carefully protected from injnry, with
its ancient limbs supported by props.
An idea of its size may be gathered
from the statement that at least forty
persons can stand within its cavity,
aud that its circumference is greater
than that of tho Eddy stone lighthouse,
which was confessedly desijmed oa
the model of aa oak.—Garden si J
a crack In the
iato b* let hka<«&
i eel's eyes had a strained, intense
look In them, as if be was doijcg> kie
level beet to squirm, but not a qUirer
paaaed along his rigid length.
"Ever see a machine get on a 'dead
center?'" asked the wise old fisher-
man. "That's what ails the eel. Ye
never see an eel straight in the water.
No, ner ye never will. He's got to
keep crooked, or aether he caa t got
straight. When heis he's paralysed.
One set of muscles pulls just as even
agstart tha other, ao hec4n't move."
An hour later the stranger passed
that way agaim. The eel etfU lay
there, feeling no doubt, like the
Tifaa aoder the mountain. The old
ire the eel a push, so that the
man care tbe eel a puan, so tnat the
sti«Mkt KM'WM broken. Tbe eat be-
gan Instantly to wriggle harder than
he did on the end
at tha water
i oi the line just out
"How did you learn
triokf" the stranger asked. "I
always knew it," was all the old mas
asula tell.-Philadelphia Praaa
Turkish boys and girls are of tha
race which hasgiven tha alphabet and
tha sciences of rmtakers, navigation
and astronomy to the world; but they
•Ui4y omkf one beak now astd learn
only one science. They study the Ko
a'srooi which they learn Ve read,
the science of Mahomet'a religion,
as aaeai da they oao coamut sentences
to memory, either by having it read
la them or by reading it to themselves
They study aloud as hard ss ever they
mm, each beginning with a different
prrtcntt in tha most ticfant form
1 he laxative AND nutritious juioe
FIQ8 OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the hutnan
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma-
nently cure Habitual Consti-
pation, and the many ills de-
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER I1D BOWELS.
It if th« mot* excalleat remedy k sown to
CLIAMSE TH£ SYSTEM EFFEC TV ALLY
Whti one u Bilious er Caattipated
PUMI BLOOD, RBFRSaHINO BLBBP,
HBALTH and STB1NOTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
A8K YOOR DHLKXHaT FOR
FralghtPaid. Fully Warranted. 3Toa*35
JSr. H. M. Scaulwjr'a K*rlj V
A correspondent of The Western Mail,
writing from St. Asaph, furnishes some
further interesting particulars of the
early years at Mr. B. M. Staaiey. When
yDung Rowlands—as Stanley was, of
course, known before he was adopted by
the gentleman who took him to America
—attended the St. Aaaph Union school,
tbe schoolmaster had so high an opinion
at him that he used to put him in cltarge
ot the schoolboys 'during his absence.
The boy was quite equal to the task of
maintaining discipline. He would allow
no <M to question bis authority. Rather
tha* to softer any one to take liberties
with klat'hS would give the boys a
thrashing all round, 'and this he used to
do so effectually that no boy was found
bold enough to dispute his authority.
Tbe boy was partieulariy fond of geogra-
phy and arithaaetie, and seemed never so
happy as when, pointer In hand, he was
allowed to rambio at his own sweet will
over the face of the map. He seemed to
his fellow pupils to have the latitude and
ho|todi of each place at his fingers
4ayU He was also a good penman, and
m this account was often selected by the
«prUr to enter the names of visitors in s
•jook kept for that purpose, and at tii ies
he was even invited into tbe clerk'a of
dee to help with the accounts.
"T. L» ll W." savs that having search
ed tbe books at the workhouse in order
to tod If there are any traces of Stanley
there, he discovered among the entries
the nsaas at John Rowlands some eight
dmea The fltst entry is that of his ad
aWfia to the hooss, which took place
<MI Feb. SO, 1817. Be Is entered as be-
laa^ng la tha parish of Denbigh, and ss
having been born in 1841 (this date, by
tha wap, tallies exactly with Dr. Pierce's
i)l His name next occurs in tbe
at Inmates tar the years 1851-60.
to t&ie no list of names for
aaak yaaw wsa siads nut, only the names
of those who ware admitted or discharg-
ed daring the year were registered. The
hMt entry is dated May II, 18M, and is
call osases and
tha voice at the
he finally left tbe work-
boase. Ha is there reported to have
"aorta to his unnle at tbe national school,
BolyweU." Other heetrs, each Mm the re-
parter'r report bopk and the dark's ao-
smart boaha, naay throw additional light
e^on tha early days el Staalsy.—Pall
manupacturso only s*
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO CAL.
LOUISVILLE, nr. NEW YORK. N. ¥
• tti CittM Mars ul tan if Tiui
LUinrgS with Self
Attsraeyt at Law.
POTTEU, l"OTTEIt k tDDLKMAN
—Attorneys »t l.aw, Dixon and
Calitornia , over Kir»i Nation-
al Bank. C. C. Potier, U. L.
Potter and A. Kddleiuaii.
GAUNETT & ELDRIIJGE—Aitor-
neys at Lnw, rooms 6, <j, y, ami
10. Hemmiiig Ituilding, corner
Elm and Dixuu sirerts.
II. L. 8TUAKT—Ijivvjer in d Notary
l'ulilii', i tlice in Luiulina f. nm.i l\
occupied bv poi>tofllce on Calilornia
street, over lisM-hko lim's. (i .ino-
8TONUM BROS—Dealers in Gents'
Fine Furnishing Goods, Fine Boots
and Shoes, Fine Hats and Caps,
Fine Trunks and Valises. All
goods marked in plain figures and
sold at the marked price. Nort»>
Haraeas aid Saddle Maaafsetarers.
J. C. WAHLER —Maiiiifaciuier ni.d
Dealer in t>atl'i|i-x nnd llarin ss.
Fine a->-<irttiient in my line ut l»«w
1'iicec. lK-in^ a thorough prnc'iial
Work man, 1 superintend all my
work, Mint uuar.-mtcc satisfaction.
\V\^t California stive*.
JOHN W. CHAMBERS—FoVftoeiif ♦4
Cleaves & Fletcher, kA'dig ptir
chased the buggy repair department
of that firm, has moved one door
south,corner of Bogg street, where
everything in the line of busgy re-
pairing, painting and thmming will
be done in the bast^wnHunanshtp
manner and at the lowest cash
prices. Give me a tfi«l order.
DAVIS & I1A1UUS—W. O. Davis,
.1, T. Harris, Attorneys hi l.aw,
Ues(teriau block, Gainesville. Tex.
B. F. MKliTON—Maniifaelun r of
and dealer in .saddles, harness and
saddlery Laidware. Farm needs ft
spwialiv. West California Street.
Vmr Cfexoks or tetak th« toxl
AMM rULLI anniwm and SXLTV-
OF nUDOH* at any a. a. atatiSB in tha
K wa hava no itaal naar 70a adlrf
M. W. HUBBARD, HTr'e1 General Aaent,
Ho. ass Orwiiawaa Be, Dallaa, Taxaa.
r. e. Alao Snglnaa and Botlm, Corn and read
Saalea, Wind Xllla, ao.
TULANK UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA.
Formerly, 1M7. — I8M, the cnivernlty of
GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
—Capital and Surplus,
Officers— Pi-esiilent, C. C llcm-
luing; Vicv-lV-sident, J. 11. Ste-
vens ; Cashier, C. Chambers; As'i
Cashier, Geo. It. Edwards Not-
withstanding tho large capital ot this
bank, is in itself a subsiMntial as-
surance of prot' rtion vei as a iimaa
ure Of extra pii't'iiuiioii we carry oui
deposits FULLY INSURED against
burglary, and lake no ri-k« whatever
not unjnsiitied bv careful and conserv-
Sl'EVENs. KENNERLY & SPRA-
GINS—Wholesale ai-d Retail Deal-
ers in Hardware, Stoves, 'J'inware
and Agricultural Implements. C.
N. Stevens, S. J Kenncrly, .1. B.
Spragina. oouthWest Corner of
', B. GRIFFIN—Csiriage painting
and trimming done in first-class
style Ly practical woikmcn at rea-
sonable prices. South Dixon street.
W. P. SIMPSON—House and Orna-
mental Sign Painter and D< coi ative
Palets, Oils, Etc.
PAUL GALLIA—Dealer m Paints,
Brushes and Painter. Supplies. Al-
so art matciiul, p cHoi-, | it-mi e
frsmes, window po,» s hiki > iit i:iiiis,
picture ftaine.< and window stia«'cs
made to order. Wallpnpt-r, d« io-
rations Plxin. d< e« riitive, rionnit,
bent ami plate glnss.
CLEAVES & FLETCHER—'The old
est and largest wholesa'e and retail
Hardware house iu north Texas, be-
tween California and Hoyg stieet.
Its a<tVKUt«K'.'s t >r fTsfcttcal Instruction
and especially tor diseases in the southwest
are uneqna'ed, «- the law secures It super-
abundant matrriHl- trm the great Oh >rltv
Hospital wltli it. "'Hi ik»«Ih, and 20,000 patlen u
antiually. studeM* have no hospital fot$ to
pay aid sporl>'t ii Hi notion i« daily given 11
Die bedside of th<- si. V . sin no other institu-
tion. For cat«l('Ka<- or intimation address
Prof. S.E. CHAilLE, M. D., Dean,
IMBODEN & HAMILTON— Invest-
ment Bankers, Fort Worth, Texas.
To be Maddox, Manager, No. 17,
E ist California Stieet. Gainesville,
Texas. Money Loaned on Farms,
Ranches and Real Estate securities
_at low rates, and very quickly.
Consult us h< fore sccurcing a loan
el sew lie re.
*%.!'. O. Drawer .01.
» fw Orl» sw. i-«*.
itterrioN or Tni: ukad whilk rsrso
Chalmtr's English Catarrh Curt.
Thousands of dollars worth o.'
chickens are destroyed by Cholera
.very year. It is more fatal to then
than all other diseases combined.
BtU the discovery of a liquid remedy
ihatposith'tlydestroys the Microbes
has been made. Half of the young
•hickens are killed by Microbcs
Lvfore they are fryers. A 50-ctr.t
l>ottle is enough for 100 chicker s.
It is guaranteed. If, after using
♦wo-thirds of a bottle you are not
satisfied with it as a cure for Chol-
>. ra, return it to the druggist from
whom you purchased it, and he w ill
tefund your money.
Willans Bras., Olxaa aad Elai Street,
Durie & Henderson,
MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS FOR
MILL AND GIN MACHINERY.
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
CALDWELL WA30NS, FISH BROS. WAGONS.
DISC HARROWS, GRAIN DRILLS, PLOWS ETC.
We arc making a specialty of Buggies and (biiii ts
of all grades and arc carrying the largest and
best selected stock ever brought to Gainesville.
C. N. STEVENS,
S. J. KENNERLY, J. B. SFRAG1M
Agents for the Bain, Tennesse and the justly celeLratec
We cajry a complete line of Buggies, Phaeton*, John Deei
Moline Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton
Planters and Baker Barb Wire.
STEVENS, KENNPLY & SPBAGINS,
Southwest Corner Square, : : : : Gainesville, Texas.
DUlllE .V HENDERSON-Dealers
in Agri -iilturul impiiiiiei.ts, wh^oiik
buggies cie. Noitli Coiiiiikic.'
Queeasware, Notioas. Etc.
ItlSC'lIKO 1UIOTIIEUS—5 «n.l lo
cent store. llein'fjunitirK tor
Queens wine. Tinware, Notions,
Toys and fancy tr»>ods.
THE (iA1NE8V1LLE ICE COMPA-
NY—Manufacturers ot absolutely
l'iire l< e tr«mu distilled water. Cor.
Scott mid Deiiisou streets.
UAINESV1LLE ROLLER MILLS—
Cap.tc iiy UMJ ItarreU per «ln\ , st(>r-
aee capacity Klevaler 0000 bushele,
storage capacity of Mill 2000 bushels.
Ilradv Rros' Proprietor.
11. 11. L A11 It — Deale 1 1- l'ure l e.
We nelivet to un; pan 1 t 1 In- ciiy.
It D. HELL-Is prepared to Loan
money on loiig or stiorl lime ;it
most favoi'Ablt term*. Nu long wait.-
for your niou^y, complete set of :il»-
»t racts oti liaim, Nort It Dixon si 1 e< t.
MODHALL & ROS>8 —Iletiiil (irocery
and general dealer in tainilv sup-
ples, country luoduce, East Califor-
nia street, Hesperian block.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
. C. DELFELD—Hoot and *lioc
maker, in* guaranteed, established
18tj(.>, Coinm.rce street.
MAX ROY—Watchmaker and .aanu- j
facturing Jeweler, dealer in Dia- |
monds and Jewelry, Silverware, I
Watches, Clocks and Spectacles. I
Repairing neatly done. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. 113 East Cali-I
TOM J. WILLIAMS—Proprietor of
the popular retiiil growry house
known as the 21G. Fiesh good-,
prompt delivery at lowest urices.
lUhed. Itemy Ilohny,
North Dix(.)ii street.
U tkl. »<MltlcT tkr Hrar^j U> tkr front aad
■ pp*r part oftke wkert ■*•( aee4e4.
IT PIIDCC DEAFNESS, CATARRH, HAT FEVER,
11 WUnCO WEAR EYES, SAD BREATH.
sold by duuogists, 50 cents,
Dr. Prentice, the great catarrh
specialist usee and recommeds tbie
ot galvanized iron cornice, tic.,
W. A. Thompson and S. ,1
Contractor & Builder.
M. J. ' >OBIUNS—E-tiniatcs Fur-
nished, Coin i ac or and Builder.
LEWIN BROS., k CO-Wholesale
and Ketail dealers in Staple and
Fancy Dry Coods, Clothing, C'ir-
>ets, llals. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
oliong and Cents' Furnishing
Goods, etc., etc., corner Califor-
nia and Itnsk streets.
D. 15 A I'M & BltO—The hi^he-t cash ]
price paid tor iiotton. Wholesale!
and retaii dealers in Dry Cfoods, J
Clothinsr, Staple and fancy goods, j
(tenia' furnishing yood«, Boots, 1
Shoe s, llats etc.', tte., east corner
BONE BROTHERS--Dealeis in Dry
(ioods, Clothing, Nations, Boots,
Shoe:', Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas,
etc. , etc. , East Side Square.
J.W. l'L CKEIT-Jeweler. 1 ...u
closing out in\" entire stock of
Watches, ("locks, Diamonds and
Silve r I'lalcd ware at cost. Repair-
ing done at short notice. Salis-
sact.ou guai'Htileed. The public j
are invited to give me a call and ex- i
amine my goods. East side square. |
THE EQUITABLE LlF E Asb'irance !
Society's new form ot policy (like a j
bank drafi) is a simple promise to j
p;iy. No conditions on the ba«k. i
Incontc»tab!e after two years. Nou-
foifeitable atier ihiee \ eurs. Line- (
Stride I as to travel and occupaiii n |
after one year. Payable iiiimcd-1
atclv. Toniine i):otits A choice |
of six ineihods of settlement at ihe
end of the Tontine period For
particulars apply to the chief office, j
120 Broadway, New York, or to
any of ihe S cietv's Agencies |
throughout the United States.
•1. B. HYDE, lVosiden'.
J. W. ALEXANDER, V-P.
C. E. Pkkry,
General Agen, 17 California street,
Livery and Feed Stabiea.
llONEYCUTT k CO—West Califor-
nia street. Livery, Feed and Sale
Stables. Stock in gocnl condition
and tirst class vehicles, and polito
drivers. Horses boarded a treason-
able rates by the day or month.
lla\e iu addition a tine hearse.
JNO. T. ROWLAND—Grocer a.id
general dealer in plantation supplies
provisions, etc. North Commerce
IIOWETH BRO S & I1ULEN—Es
tablished IHGi). Land, lyoan and
Collecting Agents, have a complete
abstract of titloR to all lands mix*
town lots in Cooke conntv. Will
attend to busi'ie-s iu all the depart-
ments of the State Government.
Coitespofidence solicited, enclose
stamp. Ottice No. 6 E. California
st. W. W.. Howeth, It. B. How-
etli, II Htileti.
BLANTON. WRIGHT & YATES—
Land and Loan Agents, L»ck Box
o'Jl. Office West Hii'c Square.
ST. ELMO RESTAURANT-A real-
ly First-class House, see otir bill of
fare. Meals at all hours." Julius
Kahn, Proprietor, East California
THE EUROPEAN RESTAURANT
— Corner Commerce ami Elm
streets, Mrs. A. M. Colvin proprie-
tor. The Leiuln.g Firwi-Clas R«-s-
tanrant of the city. House New
and Elegantly Furnished. Rooms
! well ventilatid. Table unsurpass-
ed. Special fai iliiies for transients.
GEO. Y. BIRD—Geucial dealer in
Dry Goods, Notions. Boots, blu>es,
etc. The oldest dry yoods house in
the city. Established 1H6G. S. \V .
J.C. MORGFSON-Wl ol.
It-tail Druggists, ^oiiih -ii
square. Wo'naek's S|
positively I lire flux, cln '
turn, and all Bowel Ti>.
it fails to cure 1 «in
money paiil for same.
11INTON BEATT1E& CO.—Livery,
Feed ami Sale stable, first class iti
every particular, llearse in connec-
tion. Live and let live trims. Op-
posite 1 le^perii n.
JOHN R. MKUt I RII GE—Livery
stable. Broiulw aj , bei\\» en Dixon
and CoiniiK ici* stieii^. Living
prices, tirsi class turnoii s. (iive
iii \ stnbles a Ilia1.
YOUNG MEN'S C1IRI>TIAX AS-
SOCIATION— Corner 1i oadWhy
and Dixon streetB, opi n iimm 8 M.
m. to 10,:)0 ]>. m.VMk dais and
from 2 ]>. m . to G on Sunda* s.
CITY NIGHT CART—A I orders for
night cart or sanitary woi k w il ir-
eeive ]>rompt atien i.>n. Leave
orders with Allwrt transfer or thir
office. Walter Traniblade.
ll's , ll
IJ . ihe
tans, Kwrly & Scraps,
W holesale ar,d Retail Dealers in
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware and
Plated Ware, Queensware and Crockery
WILLIAMS BROS —Di u>:uisis, C >r.
Dixon raid Elm streets Physi-
cians prescriptions c;>ref 1 ly com-
pounded, and orders answered iv.th
care and dispatch, (ioods wairant-
ed genuine and of the be»t qualiiy.
l.Y( )N Ji (• 1. i I;< I.I. I t aii i - iu Lnm-
iil, kliilipii ? , ili'Kis, bliluls , win
• \v ► ai:«i mouldings, lime in bulk
MUteih, lalb-, paster, cement.,
" '' " i binldcts' hardware, Joi.es |
mix j p n ils, ^al\anizi tl m il pMint- 1
ed imi vvn- . 2*.'U East C»Iil..i nia 1
TYLER & SIMPSON-Wholesale
(Iroeers *id ( i.ii. n ('inili.is-jon
Merelmntf. u>l. lo;t, 1»'5, and 107
North D>\i>n street.
J. E. GILCREEST—Wholesale
Retail Druggist. 1 carry the
est and most como.'i te so •
North Texas and def\ com; i
Call, examine and be cot \.
North side square.
M n • I
UAl'LfcS, tAI.N il.r, A. l.'O—De.il-
ei s .mi lumber, shmglih, sash,
di ers, blinds, lute , hjii *-nt, etc.
Olliw and jj.rt. >n C.i.itornia
R. E. 1'IllLLl PS--l'ropi ieti r Li.
Drugstore, E>tst Cnli.ornia sim-
Prescriptions caretully compound)
at all hours
A 1 NLSVILLE SI EAM LAUN'Dft
s. iiih Dixon street, opposite cilt
;..;.i. ('lothestailed lor and deliv-
• i • ■ i in e of charge. C. T. Rude,
1"; », I e I * I .
M. W. S I AN 11 OR'J'I I Wh. lesal
(iioeir I'lixime and l'lan<ntioii
supplies. Co'ionaid Commission
Merchant. 1G and 18 Dixon street,
S. K. Coiner ot Squaie.
(JAILSVI LLE WAT FR CO-98
llxdraiiis, 9 Miles Cast linn M- ines
Capacity pumps < oml ii < d ^KKl.000
f allons, Holly i-yst) m, II B.
JOE GILLENWATER— Dealer in
Fuitiiuire anil Collins, south side
square Ten years iu the lead ui.d
propose lo icmaiu there, having the
largest and best selected stock oi
Furniture and Undertaker's Sup-
plies in the market. (Motto) Nev-
er to bo undersold by any body , and
to treat ail customer^ iij.ht. Will
ask a continual ion of your pa
CHARLES METZ — Successor to M.
H.Pierce and Bro., wholcsule and
retail Furniture and Undertaker,
101 and 103 Commerce street.
GAINESVILLE MUSIC IIOUSE--
East Calitoiuia street, Hick soli &
I'eiiine, proprietor. Standard
pi inos and organs oil best of tei ills.
North Dixen Street. A huge stock
ol luimture at the lowest cash price
on the installment plan.
FRESH MELONS ON HAND
Satisfaction guaiBnleed in »vcr>
rci>\>ect. I^eave orders with Iivmi &
GAINESVILLE LIGHT & FUEL CO
— Dealers in McAlister Coal, Coke,
Tap, Pumps, Iron Pipe and Fittings.
J. M. Lindsay, President, It. D.
Gribble, Vice ' Prwndent, II. M.
Limlsey, 8errelani', E. L. Hopper,
Superintendent and Treasurer.
I'llE FULTON MARKET—Thos
A^ion l'rop. only the besl
ihe maikei affoids, Dressed
l'oiiluy. Vegetables, Fish, < lysters
ami Game iu season. East Califor-
!• RAN/ ALBERT—The oldest estab-
lish, done iu this city, fat beef, poik
ml mutton constantly on hand.
Iin s'reit, between Dixon and
o n ii *rc s.
M. AVEITZMAN—The old* Reliable
and popular Merchant Tailor has
the finest establishment in our state,
we him, patronize him.
GAINESVILLE li < N WORKS
is doing all kinds cf i sun ^i-ami
repair works (fair capital invested)
good and new machinery. Good
work on short notice and i t mod-
erate price. Give us a call. 6. B.
' -■ & "S
M. K. & T.,
Missouri Kansas & Texas.
THE TRUNK LINE,
To Kansas City, Hanniba,
and St. Louis.
Double daily service ol t-legant
Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Can
running from San Antonio' iad
parsing through Austin, Waeo and
Fort Worth to Kansas City and
ratf*. »ai •,* ^rd »tlicr
K. A T., n
niittloD, «M'ty to i h> M
or » •, • ,*
h. p. m7u«a,
' |,",|.'%* utt. ""■f" oi"®
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Leonard, J. T. Gainesville Daily Hesperian. (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 218, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 14, 1889, newspaper, August 14, 1889; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth504144/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.