The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 52, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 7, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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What the Bepo*t«rs bm
To my friends and former customers: Having sold^lp
M . E. Gooding mv news business, together with good will gntft C°D(la«M*
, , , . • ,, in, ^ tiew bu\ at his hoist.
all subscription lists, 1 would ask you to kindly ^ of >lr. The delinquent city tax lis*
Gooding with the patronage granted me in the p.ist Vciu will'smaller this your than us rial.
tind Mr. Gooding in a position to furnish you any ^ublicauon1)0,1J foIVPt that wc uaggel a.^
- ' r < bridge ove* HedjciWT^y payTSg |n(Jn
issued and as prompt as it comes from the press. ply sub- a Bmall aLUOnai 0f money.
rcription lists have l>een turned over to him, and there is no' Rev. U. M. Browde^, djd nof
need of you missing a single number of your paper or journal rta( b thei D'ghtas was
J |expeetad. i We have oat learned
if you will consult him at once. Thanking you for yOUT pat- the ranse «f tbe faHnre to com
cry to oot it down, may have
effect^Tcatting it too low.
maoh of this
ronage, I remain yours truly,
• The heavy rain yesterday wjpHk
blessing to tbs wljeaU/JStops.
Wheat is growing beaatUtally now
and the prospect is excellent for*
Kood crop. *■ f
When "A. boa of moneys" ap
pear in Hie oper% honaaLth^ audi-
ence will be moefe highly entertain-
ed nndainosed than they Mia been
Business is gradually getting
(better in the city. There is no
1 boom nor rush, bnt there Is a
■slight and gradual improvement
! all around.
Let every member of the bridge
■ committees be on band tomorrow
»»gbt The. piapoaitioa
(Wisconsin -bridge company is
itors aa from
Thfcy have boaght
nse cr|p of 1891 and
uyit aa they need
tfcosS dealers can
pie to plant
ery S(%112 acreage this
a short time
e their money
f short crop,
p comes in
e way to get
o. A good
,r wonld in all
flolr and Where the People Will
v •• u t Worship Today. i 1 •
Services ah asnaT atthe
Presbyterian eh or oh today, taoro
ing and evening. The* Rev. Mr.
Bill will not preach until next
Sunday. Dr. H. 8. Little will till
the pnlpit today.
they aan d
sing the cry
,ated this y
lity bnrt th
worae than aay^Lpdy
Denton-atreet Methodist eburch
Tbe naaal services morning and
evening by the pastor. AH are
• J - • -V V «. t #
... . , a •. , , , .
Rev. Dr. Moore of Sherman will
preaebat 11 turn, and at night at
Y. M. 0. A. looms. All are co'r-
If dially invited.
should Result In lotr prices again
thtaiUlNtatt woo Id be some
costpeaftafciov to th# farmer. The
speculator* would be forced to sell
the okl crop cheaper, and the
manofaetnrer would reduce the
price of cotton goods. If we oould
get goods cheaper ">e could af-
ford to raise cheap Sotton.
There is another consideration
in the matter. Cotton is the sur
B. F. Rosenstiel & Co.
morrow oat crop that we>an raise. Wheat
oI th#*fails; corn sometimes almost fails;
Uiven awav FKKE to the customers of the
in this eohn
fre nott certain. Bat
<ry no i»an ever knew
One Hundred Pieces of Elegant Silverware The ladies of the Baptist church |a complete failure of the cotton
and also a supper at night, next Our sdrlce|6tiiefarmer! ^lald
door to the Register office. Every be to not abandon cotton, but
body la oordially inrited. "£ ^ plai&| othe
It. W. wrtt arid «» MTHe May
If You Want
In a healthy, convenient and well located part of the
city look at the
Montgo in e r\
Jones will be married this affer
noon at 1 o'clock at tbe re^idspce
amount of «otton plante
often bappins that a s
of William Witt,!
th Gataes- wheat or otfer jSrihH grain
ville; Jtell. )k. Jl.'^arthinglrill covered to he Mwlin tidie
the ground in
perform the ceremony.
A fire broke
evening in the
Hill's residence in East Gaines-
ville. The alarm was given and
th®, dapATHoeat 'turned oat. it
was etlingnlshed befora much
(fsmage wse "Sone.
Let the bridge committee tarn
ont tofcowow edg*it : and talN|
steps (o bridge Red river. We
have an offer now that fce oan
reach and we should not oeglec
cotton when it is
most of the ad-
against cotton, still we
safe to plant it in
St. John's M. E. churoh, corner
of Scoot -and Dixon street.
Preaching tnorning and evening
by the pastor. Epworth le^ae
at 3 p. m., led by the president,
Miss Dolly Brandon. There'will
be services in this ohurch every
night during tbe week. Rev, J.
1?. Kendall, late of Knoxville,
Tenn., will preach during tbe
week. All are invited to attend
and do good and get good. We
%arnestly request the help of all
Christian workers during the
Dr. Little will condnct the ser-
vice this afternoon at the Y. M.
C. A. at the usual hour. Come
early and secure a good seat. The
reading rooms are open on San-
day from 2 p. m. to 8 p. m.
A fine farm for city property.
10 P. H. Lanius.
Ko healthy perseta need temttwf, know 'tjbdt
dangerous oooseqasnoas from, a a lady who hi
attack of la grippe
treated. It Ism
a severe cottf%ffd"~T
clscly the same treatment
toaln quietly at borne and
Miss Jane Benedict died yester-
day evening at 6:40 at her home
on Horth Diaoo street,
• ' iM' to
years Is no *iore.She waa;6fi
^ years of sge. aitd aU tbo* yean
r6. have been spent in doing ^otffl.
take i She eame here fhtm Tfew Orieabs
Will continue for three weeks longer their
^reat sale of
We are offering Staple and Fancy Dress Goods,
Silks, Laces, Ribbons and Embroideries at
In order to make room for our New Spring Stock, to arrive shortly.
A lot of samples of
Two yards long, will be closed out at a sacrifice.
it. - See the call of Mhyor Walked directed fdr a s^ei^ %bf(T
iu another column. I prompt and complete recovery is
Tbe Santa Fe people hare done I «r« to follow. Thia remedy. aj*o
some good work near tbe depot, j eountaraots any tendency of la
4^TO GAINESVILLE^^ ,
It lies on the highest ground in the dtv. The Street
Railway runs through a part of it.
The North Public School Building
grippe to result in
4, , . |e,..rK~ .„ .inenmonia
grading a way to tbe platform ^ong u»aaitny fhoul&nfV
opposite Tyler St Simpson's store. Khave used It dnrtng the eptde
Now it the aity would do a little of the Dast two years we have yet
work on the street there evary-j'° lean* of a single ease that lias
thins would look all right. ',not "COTerod or ttat has resulted
,, , . , ... in pneumonia. Urtv cent bottles
Politics now are the prevailing for ^ by Marion • E. Gooding
topic of discussion. Mills and , and B. P. Sterrett.
Is located near the center of
on the ca•
SHiC (It 1
\Vca\cr street runs
It extends from Rock
Driving Park o
well Street on the South to the
n the north, and is the
Highest, Prettiest, Dryest Ground in the City
And convenient to the rouni'houie. There are many
nice residences already on it and
more are building.
Bold on Easy Terms
Look at it if you want a home cheap. Stop paying
rent and buy a home. Call on
E. P. BOMAR
At the Hesperian Bui'ding and get prices and terms.
Culberson are most talked ofhere i
Hut Hill and Cleveland also coine
m.for a ah.«■«. They are all good
democrat*, and the tittSPEBlAff
will bo pleased with any of them
for standard bearers.
We learn ih;it there was consid-
erable excitement near the M , K.
& T. depot over a maddog. He bit
a cow belonging to B. F. Melton
and also bit a number of dogs.
We have about tive times as
m my dogs as ought, to live in
Oanesville, anyhow, and now
would be a good time to get rid
Our president got into a fear-
ful stew because Chili did not at
once punish the assailants of our
men in T*al paraiso. The row
happened October 1G and on
February .j the Chilian jadge
passed sentence on three of them,
'•'v'e hare men In oar jails, often
o ir times that long, before try-
u.g them. The more we look at
Bring your job
ii r3pke1 an oftee.
work to the
Judg* Walker baa handed us a
statement of tfco sndowariemt .rank
r life inSarance department or
tho Knighta of PythraS np to De-
cember 31,1891, showing total as
Balance October 1,
Deposited daring the
gnarter by anprelis
secretary 188 462 90
ten years ago, and since that time
has made her home in Gainesville,'
being an old friend and acqnaln-1
tance of E. D. Gribble She was
a native of Connection^ bnt has
spent most ot ber life in the
She was a devoted member of
tbe Southern Presbyterian church
and was ready for the great
She did not have a single rela-
tive living that she knew of, but
she had •warm, devoted friends
and was well cared for.
The faneral will take place thia
evening at 4 o'clock from St. ]
Paul's Episcopal church, Rev.-
Dr. Moore, pastor of the Presby-
terian church at Sherman offi- !
Mail orders solidited and filled with care at the same priees as
if you were here to select in person.
B. F. Rosenstiel & Co
NO 300 E. CALIFORNIA ST.
hkax'IH AND STHENGTH.
nah, Gtt.: —
Dear Sirs—I will write to in-
form you that I was afflicted with
blood disease. I tried one bot-
tle of • • * and it pave me no re
lief. I was in bed seven
The Bnilding Association
The second series of stock in
the Hesperian Building and Sav-
months.'iDgs assoeiation is being taken
3G7 935 8t3
rapidly. Yesterday over one hun-
! dred new shares were taken. All
iug quarter $195 419-11
Balance > in depos-
The above balance is a sinking
i who want to get in without pay-
must do so imme-
or emergency fuhd frhieh though
this affair, tbe more it appears to having heavy demWd npotflt
for di^ '
Gainesville - National - Bank
Capital and Surplus, $328,000.
0. 0. Flemmlng, Pres. J. R. Stevens, Vice Pres.
G. R. Edwards, Cashier.
Geo. Y. Bird, R. D. Gribble, J. L. Siinpsou, C. N. Stevens, II. E.
Eldridge, J. R. Stevens, Joel (HUenwaters, C. C Hemming.^
G. R. Edwards.
Notwithstanding the lir^e capital of this bank is in itself a substan
tial assurance of protection, yet as a measure of
extra precaution we carry our deposits
Full/ Insured Against Burglary How Much Cotton f
J ^ a J Tt ttill t.n ll.no fnr I
account of la grippe for the past
stir'months has increased.
„Tho above is a most'satisfacto-
ry abrtrtog aud develops the fact
that tbe endowment rank is con
1 ducted on good business princi-
ti°n iu which Gainesville bae •• pi^. antf that the organiser* of it
great deal of pride,and it has be< n foresight to establish it
productive of much g^od,soottUy np<mflrls«ad solid basis,
and otherwise. Fra® tliS ^
ent indications it seeint'tfc "b
us that we were blustering too
much over it.
On Tuesday tbe City Coini
club will hold an election for
rectors for the ensuing year. The
club is, and has been, an institu
I tried prominent physicians, and
they could not do me any good.
, I saw your advertisement of P. P.
P. in tbe Apalacbicola Times, andj
i t hoftgiwt jl would try it. Tbe'botV15* a P™miam
tle Jbpit« tonight makes seven or I diately. *V. J. Stone has fnll
eight, aud, ob, bow good I feel.1 authority to represent tbe associ-
I have been np ever since and at ati0n and collect the payments.
my business, lumber inspector, gee him or the secretary and learn
ion may publish this if you de-. .. . .. .. ...
sfre. I have informed my frienda1 ® workings of e as-
that P. P. 1% is life, health and sociation.
M. P. BOLDEN.
druggists and gen-
ille music bouse
line of pianos aud
Sold by all
Litpman bros., Propietors and
Druggists, Savannah, Ga.
Duraut, Miss., Dec. 12 '90 )
Office of J. S. Rosamond, j
MGa.7 L'PPm*° Bro - ; tU.~oo.iw
A Baptist College.
There has been considerable
t. Ik of the Baptists buying the
Addington property and establish-
ing a college there nnder control
of the denomination. This, in our
opinion, is one of the best moves
TRY A SACK OF THE
FancyPeace Maker Patent Flour
It has taken the premium for five
successive years at the State Fair:
• ■ It is made by the DentonXj lylmills
and is euar;
THE BEST FLOUR IN THE
Don't forget who^handles itr:
R. O. DENTON
South Side of Square.
Oentlemen—While in San An-1
tonio last spring I saw your ad-,our people
Is smtable for that pnrpose and
are anxious for the
and lutenlion of all thelcarr'e9 B ^ne . » -d -d i« /n ; lu „ a . . .
. , .. ; . . i organs, and can -sell aa cheas^a* i vertiaement ot P. P. 1. Prickly college to be eatablihfied.
mo,„bor8 t„ c«ry oat tto object » -(i« ZtTTJZ Pok« Boot .nd ; TTT Baptist, ,re .trong
of its orgamtatiou, aud that it» 3 . the paper for the cure of rheam^' ^ , n ,, „
shall remain a pe.manent iostitn-. atatc and can give telois to suit, |j8m thought I would try 81 Gainesville and all over the conu-
all. . jebby hickson. l.ottlr. Finding sncb great relief; **7 aod if th*» property belouged
l from it, on my return home I had | to them they would all fed a
tion, aud a monument to the wis
dom of the original founders, and
a pleasure to tbe stockholders.
We hope to see a movement of
Aq<1 take no risks whatever not justified by careful and con-
ervative bankii g.
, from it, on my return ,
Stabbing Affray. 4 my druggist, Mr. John MeClellan,, pride in the college.
B. [F. Wilt caiue in yesterday 1 (0 or<icr me a supply. After tak-|
from tbe coniitry and repftrtetl a ' ing, I think, ten bottles, I havenot . .... #fartAfl .nftn
' ► - — — acho since. Pre*i-1llial tlDQ 800n-
suffered for twenty-' Promoted.
Postmaster Pierce is in receipt
of a letter from tbe department at
G. B. McKee
East California Street.
11 .111 soou be time for tbe f.r- •""P6 Ir"Ui wI",e. » •T* '°.r
mer. ol tbi. conet, to decide ho. I ' J* S« „d coold oot reUbe'
much cotton they will pl.nt Oot ' "<""7 Wore end l-T. boy. irttned j h(,„,nt
nntil I trit d P. P. P
ton biW now reached the lowest! were combatauta. ^r.4 Md
therefore take pleasure in
DO YOF7 WANT
DAILY - TRAVELLER APIANO
litol hu toeeW "lk». isim! I Wtt reported to o« tbot Wan. recommending it to.ill.
On every side we hear adrke to ' '» "• t.ot hot^r.ly, , 1. 8., B,«amo»u.
'seriooaly hnrL ..We qpuki J»ot| Mardi Qr%« at New Orleans.
All of ihe I ut< at N>w»,
And lh« We«hlf. c»h<*«1
$1 PER YEAR,
Are published by the
TRAVKI.LKR rCBLISHrim co.,
31 Stnte Street, Boston, Mass.
TlM-y «nlvor*U> th«»u0v>re«»loii of the ll.|>ior
WITHOUT PAYING A CENT?
the farmers to plant less cotton. t
Conventions have been held and ■ •«"» of tbe partic.km
* «■ *
resolutions passed to that effect, j
But can wo cot it down safely 1
We believe that so far as oSr inn-
Yours' Washington stating that the post
j master general had promoted tbe
! carrier* J. i\ Atchison, W. II.
Uothorli- ttr.H .1 A.
„ .. . . .1 n Matberl^- aod J.. A. Cunningham
Oo tbe abor» aoeonat tha M. i v *
K. 9c T. railway -will sell tickets to
^ from the third claas to the second
m carriers with pay at the rate
Had Bivi „ ^ ,
Tbe Bed rtver bridge Orleans and return F^rnary ,
teoa, tb. m I' fi r4 of. thia* for eaeh
mediate section ia cqnceraeii, we j board of trade, the other appourtM *1*1* . y1*® J®* # 0M 9f then bao> eatraed his pro-
at ciMweb »nS •••*••»n > wr
ttfitu u*« of pobl c BOn«r, uo Uiotatlon from
f r..<M»t#V«. •"> ' • •" *
Tl»ey «r» tblr wilted. Obl«ollon'lil« "wt
tar to «Vu—a. bath In •dvartUInc ud MWdta*
Thar ara naw»y i*pa' a. I mtMr
adaptad for bona r<-a<lio*. whllalha gjrtjW
t l|ia»*« of an M«4a and tLa iMgHll UtXMto
ara ra put ad ° ^
for Oft Ooaatry.
If so, write for particulars to
I A. H. Belo & Oo-vPoblishvrs The • can- Nort" Teiaa,
W eekly ' News,-^Dallas, Texas, j part of tbe co
Ibis no lottery scheme. | for aav. |... uuwmuo. v. v.. *.vua.u^, v. ^
people do ndl MfMiadhipOn
alone. We can
To New Orleans and Return.
Ma fhe M. K. & T. railway at
one and one-third fare, February
13th and 16th; tickets limited till
the 25th fer return.
9 f. H. Main, Ticket A^ent.
Spring la nearly here,and if yon
a-e going to lake advantage of
Miss Naanie Rowland and Mra.1
Fannie Williams have opened a^ yft
dressmaking ahop in the Bazaar. J peoi«ahlo by
elaaa work. Alao those
ths Delsarte dre
tteni s nfeettfig of saW awrartt-1
vast t|» boiHd ofjMCMW;
r , HS. . . had better conu* arouail. VVt> ba\ e
, .rf *' IK?™, 1C 18
sitlf-bar aW^ baggjjfs, 16 carta,
14 road wagons, 1ft: spring wag-
on*, and at the *e" arc s^ll-
htfjrs^ftin .aoon bo.spta ., Juat
The copartnership heretofore
existing between F. i).G*Tier, N.
A. Williams and A. H. Williams,
under the Arm name and style of
Garner, Williams St Co., has been
dissolved, F. C. Carner retiring
from the firm. Tbe new firm of
N. A. WiliirtihN Si Co. will con-
tinue busiut'K.-j ai the old stand,
and will abtiiim- iht« liabilities of
the old iirnj.
P. O. Garner, '
i*. A. Williams,
A. H. wllllamft
To Oor Patron*.
Tbe firm a. Willlsi
Co., consisting of n. a. Wl
and A. |l. wuiiaoa, will
the bnah.esa at the old
Gsrn»r, Williams & On.
will settle tbe liaoilin
ceed to the trade
Ther will be pre
onb is as heretofore. The;
the patrons of the old #
I heir past orders,
bient their trade in tevt*:
MS *"* (trt.-J> OK v fci
. that would othe^
Many persons who hare rt cov-
ere<i from la ar|n|K> a
bled with rf
;tle for sale
and B. P.
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