The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 304, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 28, 1896 Page: 2 of 6
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A Genuine Bargain Sale
OF NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS.
In Dress Goods we have recently added many new and desirable novelties at greatly reduced
prices. Our drej« goods stock is full and complete at prices surprisingly low. Large stock of
Broadcloths, Flannels, Blankejs and Quilts. See prices.
STOCK MUST HE REDUCED. Best Moquette Border worth $1.20, sale price 68c. Good as-
sortment of All-Wool Ingrains worth 60e, will lie closed at 38c. Large stock of Moquct.e and Wil-
ton Velvets, also many new styles in half wool 2-ply Ingrain, all go at a great sacrifice. See goods
and prices before you buy your carpets. Large stock of Lace Curtains go at just half their value.
Bottom Reached On Clothing.
Having just received a large shipment of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, bought from a
large bankrvpt sale east at one-half their value. I will make prices on same much lower than ever
before known. To see our Clothing means buy.
Our stock of Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes is one of the best ever shown in the city. A
large shipment of Ladies*, Misses' and Children's Zeigler Shoes just received. Goods and piices
guaranteed. Beware of false adveitisenieuts. Come and examine my goods and prices.
YOURS FOR BARGAINS,
J. R. M. PATTERSON
P. S.—Each #1.00 worth of trade entitles you to one chance at any one of the twenty-five prizes
given away, worth over #200.
ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
GEO. T. YATES, PKOP.
TELEPHONE NO. 65.
effective power of sight on the j rheumatism, which overtook him
Inariibij in advance.
Twelve months i 1 no
Six months fit)
Three mouths in
Oma month t B0
One year 5 00
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M. K. ft T.
East—11 a. m.
West—4 p. m.
South—9 p. m.
" —6:30 p. m.
North—9 p. m.
" —9:30 a. m.
and Saturday 7 a. m.
Sivils Bend—Same days 1 p. m.
Houston—Dally 7 a. m.
Maryaville—Dally 8 a. m.
Callishnrg—Daily I p. m.
Balm—Daily 1. p. m.
M ISLE A DISO THE BUND.
The investigations of the effect
of the Roentgen ray on the opti<
nerves of the blind are of scientific
interest, but whether they will
confer any practical benefit on the
blind or not is a questiou still to
It ia noteworthy that, with tin
exception of one physician in thb
eye. The Roentgen ray can do no
more than cast shadows of objects
passed between it and the eye,
and tne blind person would still
be cut off from vision of the out-
side world and ot color, which
embraces substantially all the
blessing of sight.
It is possible that the few blind
persons wlio have been enabled to
a few days ago in one of the west
ern states. Since early boyhood
Colonel Ingersall has been the vic-
tim of this physical ailment. \\ itli
the advance of yeaisit has steadily
grown upon him, and is likely to
be the cause of his death at any
moment. Although he had reason
to lielieve that his condition was
extremely critical last week, Colo-
feel the sensation of light by the nel Igersoll never thought once o
nse of the ray have a remnant of j sending for a minister of the gos-
the mechanism of the eye left, but pel. As soon as he rallied from
not sufficient to respond to the in- the attack, he set out immediately
fluence ot ordinary light. Noth-1 for his home in New York. It is
ing but careful examination will I doubtful if his physicians allow
determine this and nothing but him to return to the platform this
thorough investigation by couipe- • season.
tent scientists, supplemented | ~~ " • *——— „ ,
.... . .. , The intention of the New York
probably by invention, will de j 4 0 .. _
.. , . .. x> . and Brooklyn Railroad Company
termine the value of the Roentgen , , , .
] to push ahead with all possible
1 dispatch construction of the pas-
senger tunnel uuderneath the East
river was made evident the
ray to the blind.
It is folly for any of the unfor-
tunates who have lost the power,
of sight to build hopes on the!
Fiction: The Martian, the new
novel by Dn Manrier, the eagerly
expected successor to "Trilby,"
begun in October number, 1896,
with illustrations from the au-
thor's drawings. A new novel by
Frank R. Stockton—developing a
twentieth century renaissance—
full of humorous situations and
characteristically illustrated. A
pair of Patient Lovers, by Wil-
liam Dean Howells. Other ttrik-
ing novelettes by American an
thors. Short stories by Mark
Twain, Thomas Nelson Page,
Richard Harding Davis, Owen
Wister, John Kendrick Bangs,
Ruth McEnery btuart, Octave
Thauet, Mary E. Wilkins and
other popular writers.
Science: Storv of the Progress
of Science during the nineteenth
century, a series of papers by Dr.
Henry Smith Williams, supple-
mented by contributions on spe-
cial subjects by expert scientists.
Articles on the relations of curi-
ous psychological manifestations
to physiology by Dr. Andrew
American Features: The Mex-
ico of Today, a series by Charles
F. Lumniis, splendidly illustrated
—the res .lit ol a recent visit to
Mexico undertaken for Harper's
daga/ine. Mexico is preeminent-
ly a silver producing country, and
its monetary operations are
entirely on a silver
basis. Owiug to the keen
discussion of certain econom-
ic problems in connection with is-
sues of urgent importance in
American politics, these papers
will command general attention.
American Historical Papers by
Woodrow Wilson, John Bach,
MacMaster and Jauies Barnes.
The true story of Sheridan's Ride
by Gen. G. A. Forsyth. Continu-
ation of Howell's Personal Remi-
niscences of eminent literary
Africa and the East—White
Man's Africa, a fulh illustrated
series of papers by Poultney Bige-
low, the result of personal obser-
vations during a recent trip to
Africa, covering the whole field
of European exploitation of that
country. Illustrated articles by
Stephen Bonsai on the transforma-
tions going on in Eastern Siberia,
recently visited by the author.
Hungarian Sketches, written and
drawn by F. Hopkinson Smith.
The full story of the recent coro-
nation of the czar by Richard
Harding Davis, illustrated by R.
Caton Woodville, who was com-
missioned by Queen Victoria to
paint a picture ot the ceremony.
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Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and
POSITIVELY AT COST.
Below are prices that speak for themselves.
3 7-8c llhc 7c.
Best Oil Red and Indigo Blue j Best Percales, 26-inches wide, j Ladies' Fast Black Hose, regular
Prints I regular price 15c, price 10c pair,
Sale Price 3 7-Sc yd Sale Price 11 l-2c yd. Sale Price 7c pair.
4 l-4c 9c 18c.
Extra Heavy Domestic full yard ] ^ (^'ancy Worsteds, regular price j Latlies* Fast Black Hose, regular
wide ! iOC>'aru> . T1 , .. j price 25c pair,
Sale Price «c yd. Sale „rlcft ,Sc ,mir.
Sale Price 4 l-4c yd.
! All-wool Figured Suiting, regular j
| aa.ii " wui j i^uiuu kjuuiu^j ir^uiiii |
Extra Heavy Cheviot Shirting ! price 40c, I Ladies' Fast Black Hose, high
Sale Price 27c yd. Fpliced heel, regular price 45c
Sale Price 5c yd.
.Sale Price 5c yd.
Bleached Domestic full yard wide
Fancy Dress Ginghams
Sale Price 5c yd.
AFTER FALSE GODS.
meager resnlt so far obtained and
the shadowy promises of investi- j
gators whose enthusiasm over-
comes their judgment. It is cruel
to raise false hopes, especially of
so great a boon as that of sight.
At best it is a far cry b tween a
scientific discovery and its prac-
tical application to the affairs of
life, and aa yet we do not even
know the scope of this discovery.
J other morning by the formal
advertisement of the articles
of the association of the corpora-
tion. It is even stated that the
contracts have been drawn and
awarded, or are about to be, to a
construction company. Rapid
transit beneath the big river
seems to be in sight.
Dancing and Tnnnoia.
A boy of 4 asked to be taken with his
•doers to a balL He was told that lie
must first learn to dauce. Upou this ho
been forced to cancel his lecture
city, the scientific men who hav< engagement for the present on ac
been conducting experiments in count of a severe attack of sciatic
this line are careful to disclaim
the discovery of results looking to
the conferring of n*erul powers ol
vision upon thoye deprived ol ** *»*peolally true ot Howl's Pills, for no medl-
.. .. ,. . , cine ever contained <10 great curative power in
them Dy the dis.lbilltj of visual j SO small Space. Tliey are a whole medicine
!|DR. CONAN DOYLE, who came delivered himself as follows: "But I
to jthis country several months tan dance, aud my way is more difficult
, I than your way. I tan'dance alone, but
ago for the purpose of delivering you havc to ^ holded up This was
i series of lectures, failed to reap; not smartness, perverted ingenuity, as
anything like a fluttering harvest I "j'Rht suppose. It was a bit of
, , . . . , perfectly natural child thought. To the
of success from his enterprise and j little philosopher there seemed nothing
returned home , in a dissatisfied ■ '!1 the nature of things to make dancers
spirit. It is understood that Dr. j da,,re i,l1"pairfi." a!,(1 hold 0,10 aii"th<T
p. . , . . ,, i in so tight a grip unless it were to keep
Doyle, on neiuiog of Icin Miichi ono another from falling.
ren's proposed visit to this couu- j In many of these naiv
try shortly, urged him to abandon 1
the trip. Without acting upon
this advice, however, toe genial
Scotch author decided to carry
out his original plans. Instead j Jessie ask her mamma in a railway car-
of meeting with failure, his lee- : riage, "Why do all the tunnels smell ec-
tore tour has been a pleasant sue-' *tr()I1K of brandy?" to the disgust of a
Cess. Puritanic looking lady traveler sitting
» a m ••lose by. Here, indeed, I suppose, every-
CoL. Kobert G. Inoersoll has I miopr,nze* t}li*t the butt of the joke
m this hypocritical looking lady with
her carefully hidden bottle.—National
I lions of what is sren the point of the
humor involves, of course, a side hit at
grown up weaknesses! wliirh lie hid
from the ehild. A good example of the
charm of this childish innocence is given
by Mr. Punch when ho makes little
Much in Little
When the optic nerve is not de-
stroyed, although all the o hei I
parts of the eye are impaired, it
may be possible by the influence
of the powerful Roentgen ray to
cause the effect of light on the
brain, but this does not confer the
cbest, always ready, al- ■ ■ ■
ways efficient, always sat- all £»
Istactory; prevent a cold III S
or fever, cure all liver ills,
sick headaehe, Jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c.
The only 1'ilb to take with Hood's Sarsaparili*.
people's oderlebs process
Cleanr'ng Vaults, Sinks and Closet*
Without Offense or Smell.
Orders can be left at
Edward's drug store,
T. J. Reed.
At Private Sale.
Ail ray household goods, on ac-
count of leaving the city.
H. H. Fragek,
At Norton's Shoe Store.
A 81C0 Prize Story About a Farmer and
This humorous sketch, by Carl E.
Boyle, secured the prize of $ 100 offered
by the New York Sunday World for the
best campaign joke:
There has been much bolting this
year, and hence the story told by an In-
diana speaker to illustrate the chasing
away of voters after false gods is par-
ticularly good. It does not matter to
which party the speaker belonged.
According to the chrouicle, a man
was one day driving a number of calves
along a conntry road, when h<5 met an-
other farmer driving a bull. The ani-
mal was angry and going at a terrific
speed, with the farmer mounted on a
horse in hot pursuit.
The ealvt s gave surprised bleats,
turned around, stuck their tails straight
out behind them and started after the
bull. In vain the owner of the younger
animals tried to stop them. His yells
were unheeded, and soon the bull and
the calves disappeared up the road in a
cloud of dust The farmer stopped and
mopped his face, mad clear through.
Then he yelled after the vanishing bo-
"Go it, ye durn foolsl Foller that
bull clear out of the state 1 Ye'11 find
what a mistake ye have made when sup-
per tirno comes!"
Not So liad.
"Distressing thing happened at our
house this morning."
"What was it?"
"Our cook ran away with all the
"Not so fc-id as it might be. She car-
ried off my wife's cookbook too.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Window shades, lace curtains
and window poles at extremely
low prices at Rackley's.
See ^he new ad of J. R. M. Pat-
Releases from vendor's liens for
sale at the Hesperian office.
This Ia Your Opportomlty.
On receipt of ten centg, cash or stamps
• generous sample will be mailed of th«
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon-
strate the great merits of the remedy.
EC Warren tit., Kew York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr.. oi Great Falls, Mont.,
recommended Ely's ''ream 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 Prea
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor aoy injurious drug. Price, 60 cents.
Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel regu-
lar price 12 '4c yard
^ale Price 8 l-3c yd.
A. C. A. Feather Ticking, regn
lar price 1623c yard
Sale Price lie yd.
All Wool Red Twilled Flannel
regular price ti0c yard
Sale Price 12 l-2e yd.
Snle Price 3!c pair.
Fancy Jacquard, all-wool tilling,' 1 Qp
44-inche8 wide, XOV-».
Sale Price 27c yd.!^8,e ™reacl.»'"»
J j 5 to 8 >3, regular price 25c,
39c Sale Price 18c pair.
75 Children's Reefers, sizes 4 to 10
Sale Price 69c.
Ladies' Ribbed Balbriggan Vests,
regular price 60c,
Sale Price 39c.
Ladies' All-wool Jersey Ribbed
Vests and Pants, regular price
Sale Price $1.12.
100 Ladies' Cloaks, worth from
86.00 to $14.00,
Sale Price $3-08.
Our Celebrated W. B. Corsets, i
regular 75c quality, j Full size heavy Comforts,
Sale Price 45c. j Sale Price 55c.
10-4 All Linen Fringed Table Chenil Portieres, regular price
Cloth, regular price $2.00, $4.0').
Sale Price SI.30. J Price $2.35 pair.
Rosenfeld, Schiff & Co.
NORTH DIXON STREET.
Awake nights coughing
Cherry Cough Syrup will
relieve you immediately.
Put up in large bottles
EDWARDS, The Live Druggist
Holiness Tabernacle — Services
every evening at 7:30, Sunday at
11 a. m. Northeast part of the
BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM
WINES, LIQUORS AND BEER.
J. R. M. Patterson is receiving!
new goods daily. See his cut
Big Landslide Sale.
Nice large lamps, worth $<>.00
and 87.00, go in this sale at $3.00.
Banquet lamps, worth $5.00, go
Nice white dinner set, good ar
china, worth $10.00, go ^at $5.00.
Good decorated dinner set.
worth $9.00, go at $3.75.
Decorated plates, worth $1,00,
go at 40c, 50c and 60c set.
Bed room sets, worth $17.00, go
Good center tables $1.00.
Rocking chairs $1.25.
A. C. Young.
O-OIsB MEBAL FLOUR
Best Flour in the Market.
o o o o O O 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
''Excuse me," observed the
man in spectacles, "but I am a
surgeon, and that is net where the;
liver is." "Never you mind,
where his liver is," retorted the
other. "If it was in his big toe
or his left ear DeWitt'a Little j
Early Risers would reach it and
shake it for him. On that you can
bet your gig-lamps." H. W.
Stark Drug Co.
Finest Moquette carpet borders,
worth $1.20, special sale price
only 68 cents.
J. R. M. Patterson.
Soothing, and not irritating,
strengthening, and not weaken-
ing, small but effective—such are
the qualities of DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous
little pillB.—H. W. Stark Drag
H. W. St
in the Ti KS
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The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 304, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 28, 1896, newspaper, November 28, 1896; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth504637/m1/2/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.