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The Houston daily post. (Houston, Tex.) 1886-1903, January 21, 1900, Mailable Edition, Image 8

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WOSUN UNDERWBAK
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
At 175
GOWNS of
Musi to Empire
style yoke an
Totcrt ot laco
mid embroidery
Insertion trim
med nltb Umi
ruffl and edged
with lace
At 98c
LADIES GOWNS made ot beet Jluilln
round < e of eighty fltic tucks of six dusters
ceb and four rows ot embroidery ln ertion
caged all around with embroidery ruffle
At S125
LADIES DOWNS ot floe Nalnaoolc mtds
w h dainty square yoke of lace insertions
and tin finished with beading and ribbon
edged with lace
LADIES GOWNS ot fine NalnsocV nnd
rambrle made Umpire style and with dainty
joKea ot fine embroidery and lace at price
iorrenponrtlnalv nw rungliij from
200 250 o0 450 500 750
1000 to 1250
DRAWERS ot
Mat Muslin
umbrella
style trim
med with dtep
flounce edgd
with ruffle of
embroider
At 75 C
Oo
DRAWnits o hue f ambrli umbrella style
trimmed with d > ep ruffle and row of embroid
ery lntcrtloo edn d with ruffle of tine laio
At 125
TjnAWFns of Muslin Cimbrle and Naln
ook umbrella tyle trimmed with beading
la < es and embroideries at different prlela
150 175 200 and 225
CORSET COVERS
conSBT covins ot
Cambrlr made with
fancy full joke of laea
Insertion and beadlnc
trimmed with late edi
around tbo seek and
Blcc
At 98c
MR AND MRS SANDOW DEAD
HISIIAM AM > AVIKK lHIAUT
mn on Tim samis i >
Ji >
aSHStf at
THIS
Ki Old Cnuplei AVlm Haie LIt iI nl
Lynehbursr f r Yenr AVI1I lie
Jlullnl t itKOtlirr
News w iccelved hero yesterday of
lh death ot K 0 Jiandow l Lsnchburg
in theowcr part pJ Ibe ctiunty wherd
ho bad resided slncn 1367 Mr Sotldow
wai a n < iUve of Goinany and cmne to the
I nlLedSlatej trom Hnrlln in IMS Ho
was 71 < roin of age utul his death was
chilled from Drighis disease He lmi
been a raemlvir t the M onle tpu rmi
for lh past tHeut > fhe rfars
rliei < Bro iiianv i tlncna of Hi uim who
knew Mr Snndo v Ami will regnt to Ifim
or his death
n order was si at to Wall Staiie
undertakers for a coffin which vraa sont
by boat The eoffin had not uioro than
bad time lo reach Ha destination when a
message was received to send auothor cof
fin aa Mrs Samlow Hie wife of tho de
ceased was nlfo dead und tltcv would
be bulled together It was nrlglntllv in
tended to bury Sir Sandow thi after
nuon but the uno > pcited death uf thu
wife cauted a change to be male tu tho
funeral arriinremenu unil a double
funeral will occur at 11 oclock Mondaj
morning when thcnld couplewill bo laid
away near the ts > pt whom tLv have spoilt
toKotber Si many years ut tlielr llveet
Mrs Samlow waa 3 ycara of ago uid It Is
eatfl < hat her death wita mused fioni pros
trallon multlni from lliu doath of lier
husband
For Street ConiiiilBnloner
Mr Matt Uronnan auuounccs In this
mornings Post as a candidate for street
commissioner at tho coming eltv election
subjeot to the action of tho democratic
primaries
Mr Drennan has lived In Housion since
1R73 H haa bad a great deal ot ex
perience la that line ot work that ts cal
culated to best equip him for tbo offk
to which he aspires Ille first work alter
reralng here w on tho Gulf Colorado
and Santa Po railway under Contractor
Kllpatrlck lturnett Subsequently hn
worked for the Onlf Colorado aud Santa
To rompany for elgbt years He worket
for the lloyd Bros nn all ot their street
paving contracts In Houston when gravel
PURE WHISKEY
oirf ot DISTILLER
JO CONSUMER
120
FOUR
PULL
QTS1
Cicrtasl
rrcpalil
SaTMKUilearaiPnltli
PrneaUAaulKratlea
Por joysan we baye
dlatllledtbebeatWbitj
key made and said It dbl
rMiUcoBitstrWabsia
houiand of customers
In every Stata and wraotfi
more wo therefore
make the following
PROPOSITION
We will itel 4 loll quart
MtluallUDer 7Viar >
Old Eauile Ctpotr Distilled
Bye r Ult tiprtti pre
paid lalaptd la pula sack
so oaka lo ladlcali
an
HhI fm 4 ntUbclary whta rtrclred
MatMTHMSMi w will rttara year WJO
BsytM Btaki Ceol Attudta
HAYNEi WST1LUNQ CO
a to304W lMlkSin t BAnCW OhW
W f r vaa a k niter Mvm to do
M tMmrr aiat > ti Btanh
i t
v
MH I > Kill f
new srniNa waists
CORSET COVEI13 of NslnsooV full front
and back made with round joke ot insertion
ribbon anil bcadlnir trimmed with lacu edgo
At 150
C0PFET COVKHS made of line Cambric
and Nalntook Empire and Trench style diln
ttly trimmed with beading ribbons Dim l c 4
nod embroideries
At S19S 250 and 350
Special Prices In Undcrmusllns
COrtSUT C0VRUS that were 2oc made of
floe Cambric full finished scams
v At 10c
DRAWERS that were
three tuckt and hem
5c trimmed with
At 19c
LADIES DnAwnns OR CHBMJRHS that
wero Ifc trimmed with lace and tucke
At 39c
GOWNS DRAWinS CHKMISBS AND
SKIRTS that wor TO neatly trimmed with
lau tuoka nud embroidery
At 4bC
GOWNS DRAWERS OIlRMtSKS AND
rORBBT rOVKIlS that were 3Se ra > d of hoot
Mualln trlinaied with lace tucks nud cm
broidei y
rilKMISUH of
fine Nainsook
made with
lound joke
Irlmmtd wMth
double rutflf of
l i and finish
ed with bow ot
ribbon eklrt of
this garment Is
made wlin ruf
fle trimmed
with tu k und
edged with
1m e
eAt
At 150
rilJJMlSBC of llrc Vnlnnook rnadi with
IHmpiro soke of lam In rtlon beadliiR nnd
ribbon trimmed with lair around oe < k imd
armhotea bell Of rlbbun and bending tlie
fklt ig trimmed wllb deep ruffle uf l io In
it rlou and laco
At Si98
> UKMISKK of fine nln ool and Iawn
niH > i < imiiin Hyle and lth d lntj yoker
IMiiiiied wllb beading ribbon tmhroldertea
Hd liina
At 250 j00 350 to 500
IMUUl
FK1HT8
of bfst
Muslin made
wllb deep tun
bnlli llounee
trimmed with
wide edge of
embroidery
nnd dlliit rut
fle
At 98c
embiioihwiius
At 498
INDnilSKlRTS of Cambrle and Miislln
bandsonielj trimmed wlthjflnc Uco embroider
lea and tucking
At 298 350 450 to 698
NEW SF RINQ WAISTS
1atnS rilBNCH PKUCAhB AND HA
TI8TK LAWN S1URT WAISTS made wtb
new Ironrh bttLk lurked bnek and front In
dainty stripe 0f 1 Icllca Ilhka nnd lllack ubb
In Klcurde U and IVrslmi deslgnH
At 50c 98c 125 150 and 198
TAILORMADE SUITS
At Less Tlian Cost
SUITS of Kergo and Norolly Goods silk
lined Jackets that were J1000 J12M iiud imbS
the s4cicn arc Inst seasons atylc
At 498
TAIIOriBI SUITS of English Serge nnd
Novellv Ooodn tome handnomcly braided bat
wire JI6C0 to > KJ0 tho Jttckcts ttro Bilk
lined
At 798
TAILORED SUITS nt VehctUn Cloth that
were J18W the Jacket Is fly front styla and
lined with a good quality of Taffeta Silk the
fMrt Is habit buck atylr and the colors arc
blue lUrk gray tan nnd black
AISI250
TAIInnrD SUIIrf of Itroddelolb thai wern
J W the Jnekct la doublo breasted and Taf
M Pllk lined and aklrt Is Imblt baik In
> olora of brown bluek nnd navj
At 1500
DIIDSS SKIRTS of Serge Tlrllllantlnc Ore
pon Taffeta Silk Homespun Taney rinids
Katlna and leiu do Sole mado In the latest
ftyle and tho corresponding prlcca arc
At 150 198 250 325350 39S
450 500 650 750 to 3250
UUrTHRICK PATTURNS
aoUI exclusively here
LACES
T
mmm W W
MILLINERY at Onethird Actual
Value >
IMPORTED rniTS unlrlmmed that sold
for II3 nnd I VI In all the new colors
fJ
f > ti An9
FiiTS ot flne Wool Ibat sold for TlCO and
JIJ3 In Turbaus llala and Short Hack
At 69c mj
t KtTS fn nice Shapes nnd Tlate tbat aold
for IW and JtpV j
At 18c
BLACK DRESS GOODS
riUKSTMIS III2N iiTTA All Wool 11
Incbca wldo and silk finish
rAt 69 per yard
PniDSTLYS 0UAN1TT CLOTH of Turc
Woq und heavy t Incheu wide
At 75c ptir yard
TRIESTLVS WUirCORD with a Uroad
cloth finish IC inches wide
At 98c per yard
IRIESTLYS IlUNCITTTA and MAllCCL
L1TA 81L1C WAHl ii inches wide
At 125 per yard
IRITSTJ YS rniJPONS In the skirt length
in pretty scroll dealgns nnd blister erfeeta
t 4 yards lo a pattern for 775
LININGS fof Skirt In tho now eat shade
tor tho nprlng Silk riotlm Turret hattu
Coroiu or tho Mercoriz Proi4
BLACK SILKS
UADUTAI SILK 25 Uichca wide
At 39c peryard
IIAHUTAI SILK If atcrproof and 24
Inches wide
At 49c per yard
M1U4RTT SATIN ilch lustio and soft fln
Ish JirInches wlde
At 69 per yard
BU1UII SILK 1 Ira heavy II Inches wide
At 75c per yard
214 216 218 Travis St
war tlw mnleiliil u ed He also worked tonight consisting ot a eoncert and dra1 nnd at the samo tlroe a farewell party
tor them on iho f ongtess atreet paveojent matle entertainment The drama will ba i to Mr and Mrs H Oarrctt who eon
ami ubsFiuenl > with Cnntraetor Slorrle a one art farre rumedy the title of whloh
on tbo brli k pacementa laid hero by Mr
Sterile and on the ntataiara pavement on
the Hurrlohurg rond He haa also done u
Sjcod deal of work on building maca < xj
loadb for the ounty He helped to build
three mile of the La Porto road and fifteen
ttillct of the International and Great
Northern track from a point near Hoarno
out lo tho compauys coal mines
During the Ulce admlnlrtrntton Mr
Tlrcnnan was superintendent of carls In
tbo health department lie has always
baena lmt l and conscientious vwoiker H
iber and Iriiliifstrloim ntvl lias a taut ot
frleads in Houston who regard hVtfs
Ibvioughlc eenipetelH firIJflriip lium to
which he plll at the hands nt the peo
ple
ote or Si iniiiithy
Lust Tuesdav nt the i Buiar meeting
of Talth Home astoclatlon a eomtnltlsn
was ippoln d to en l a toilet of tsyittpetliy
ami tuiiiiidt to Mrs U W Hever also
lo have the tame piintS ill Ihe Post
fler this Iho limiting adjourned to ut
tend the funeral out of tespcot to Mr
Heyer who was a staunch friend of tho
home Thn following la a copy ot tho
message dcnl
To Mrs v w Hoycr
Dear adani It eiems titling that as a it
association wo should put ujMjn refold
wmci icltl on iLditrocnt of our obllgatlou
to your beloved husband for his constant
liberal onrt cheerful donations to tho causo
wo leprcsciit If thorn ever was a report
in icle that did not Ineludo his uania It
was because he wna not asked for he
never refubod lleglnnlng ivlth tho Ini
tial work of Mrs Do Volchln until tho
prusuut month Iho medluino cummlttee
never culled In valu JnsL week at tho
fcloro tho answer was Yes wo always
1111 your proscriptions No ono realize
o > elhua ho jcliielnut eommllteo bogKiir
ilia rultvt ot ft willing generous donor
V sciidfyou the thanks duo Mr Ilejer
Out ilrtho gtalltude ot lull hearts we s > m
palhlzp with jour gientbceHtemeiil and
Commend Mm to the caie of our loving
Father who Is especially tQiidor loivntd
IhnMlilon ami fitherlen Mas > our 1 It Ho
tan never tnii ft lend hut If he diould
mav he nnd tnlp uady a his falhoi
gave to th little ones we care foi and
mav he fellinc his exatuplo In lellovlnc th
tiilKfortuua ol others Rcipei tfnllr
Modlciao Commute
The IciichrrV ln >
The salaries of tho city school teachers
for tho fourth month of thn aenmlon Is
now post clue uul tuoijfih warrants havo
been Issued them they have been unable
thus tar to get tbolr money
The cause at thin Is that the money
drawn on tho Stato warrant has been
consumed except about 500 In paylut
salurles tor the past three months and
thero Is no other fund now available and
no money will be available for this pur
poio until tbo council adopts the en
nual budget xvhlrh will Include an appro
priation for school purposes This tmrtget
may bo adopted any tltno between now and
Ibe tlrst week In February and until tha
budget Is adopted cerrylpg with It an ap
propriation for tho schools the teacliurs
will not likely be paid
Veur Mnanenicer anil Alarm Service
Mr Thomas Copping proprietor of the
Houston Electric Supply company has or
KanUed wbt Is to be known as the Cop
pluit Alarm and Me cnger Service whkh
will commence operation In this city In
the near future In uddltlott to the
Ilco messenger servlco there will be a bur
glar alarm servlco with electrical con
nections ivlth the safes and vaults ot
builneM houses tlirounbout the city
rnuernl of Mrs lliiolb
Tha fuueral of Jlrs h W Iloolh will
aceiir at 3 oclMk this afternoon from thn
reaideoco ot Jier son Mr lloraeo Hooth
nt 6H Crawford slreok Tlie services will
b conducted by Rev E W Solomon aud
Rev Seth Ward of Ibe MethoUst church
Jones Walter Brown and l > ivld Perkins
Sncntrnrhinicl Jnt rtnlnuienl
1 < sta ariinii i 1
In Kngllsh 1 Bengal Tiger
Y M C A AotCB
Hov J C Mason the pastor of th
Christian church will adress tho men a
meeting at tho Young Mens Christian As
sociation this nftoniOon All men arc cor
dially invited to bo present
Tho Ladles auxiliary to the Young
Men ChrlBtlnn Association will haio a
call coding next Wednesday afternoon at
4 oclock to arraugo for the serving of
rstreshmenta at tho mens icceptlon irl
tav night
Ml men are cordially Invited to tteurt
the mens reception at the Young Men
Christian Association parlors next Trlilay
night An excellent musical programme
will be rendered
Young men Inteiested In tho study of
shorthand will have a meeting ln the
rooms of the Young Mens Chilstlan so
elation tomorrow night and a night clnst
for th study of shorthand will bo formod
If ab many as ten young ineu will qualify
physical culture class for Juniors
was orgnnbeil MBtordai by the director
Its tlrst meeting will be next Tuesday
nfloritpon at a 30 oeloi k
n Intelesttng game of Indoor base
ball wati played In the Youut Mens Chris
tian Association gymnasium laRt night
between Captalnb Kraser and Warner ja
RiiUng in a victory for tho latter A
largo audience ot ladles and gentlemeu
witnessed tho game JThe next or third
game of the series will be played botwoou
Captains Warner and llelk next Saturday
when a ory Intcicstlng contest may bo ex
pected
A lllrOuliiy I nrt >
Last Mcndny oxenlng was tho occasion
of inucb jilcahuro tova party of > oung peo
ple who assembled at tho residence of Mr
and Mr n A Klcsncr In response to the
Invitation of Mlm Mary Hlesuet to stu
prlse her sUler Mies Ac Klta the occasion
being bar eighteenth blithdac
Tho musical elections bell rjeal and
Inrtiumental und recitations followed eaoti
other in tittle k tfiicctvutinn
After supper ciuio mote music ami danc
ing when the voung peoplo dispersed
loud ln their praise of the evenings enter
tainment
Those present were Misses Tannin
Arrber Mamie Smith Clara Martin l iuni
Martin Helen Marlln Nanlo Ripley Addle
A1yi < r Alma Mejcr Mabel Manor Augus
Jlile Kuhns Teda Tourmey Agnes Ctav
Theresa Clay Florence Kerr Alice Tour
m Zo Klta Hlesncr Mar > IUcsner
Messra Ilurnott Williams Hal William
Ike Klaser Itob Parker Ed McInnorn >
Will Melnnerny Malcome Kraser l < eon
Atidcirson Ivan Murchlson Clarence Ken
dal Pierce Nolan Georgo Hergstron Geo
Myer Will Prlesler Tlaude Hoynold
lack XlcCarvcl Uob Cawthon Prof Wes
son
Mciliils to llr Arrnrrieil
A cold and silver medal will be award
ed by tho State society of Iho Daughter
of the llepublle of Texas to any student
not over IS or tinder 11 years of age in
the public and private schools of Texuj
for the best and second best original e <
fay on the life aud services of David G
nurnet Sidney Sherman or Edward Bur
leson
The medals will bo awarded at the
tclosliig exerclsea of the schools of thu
successful competitor
Tapers will be received until April 1
1900 addressed to Mrs Frank Raymond
CO West Seventh street Austin Texas
lnr < ta C > clc Club
The board of directors ot the Lords
Cycle club will moot this morning at W
oclock
A numbor of the hoys will meet at th
club house this afternoon at 3 oclock and
as Deopwnlcr nnd return
The rino weather during the past week
has added new impetus to the Interest of
the members A largo number of mem
bers now gather at the club house celery
template isoon leaving tho city There
was dancing and refreshment nnd the
voting of a cake to tlttlo Chief 1 P
Arto as tbo handsomest rlromau In tha
department
nAMUlOlTCl MATTEIIS
l
Mectlrc of the Unnnegnn Orpilitnrs
lnlU on < t f
Thera teas a meotlnu of the creditors ot
V Jl Donnegan of IlrookBhlrel jestcrdiiy
In lteforoo Burnetts c Jlco After JicarliiR
the ovidoncn and examining tho appraise
ment rieferco Hiunctt iccommexidcd the
comiiosltlou for 20 per cent cash and b
per cent within twclvo months Only oue
4t the cieditors whoso claims aggregate
> M2 objoulod to the compoiltlon The
papers ln the ease Will be forwardedtq
Itldg o D T Bryant at Jefferson
The creditors of S Falksoti will mot
January J n to soloct n iruatef
j Jfc
III1MBI HALL
Turn ncnnU Cotorcit VritTe lri >
ItinInary iiuiiluiitloii
Tom Dennis colored charged with the
murder of his wifo Bertha Donnjg last
week near flinton was taken bcfoie Jus
tice Milam nt Harrlsburg yesterday where
he waived u preliminary exuminntiqn and
was held without ball to await the actlea
of tho grand jury
Dentils was brought back to Houston by
Sheriff Anderson and placed In jail
Innltillutlmi of OflluerM
At a recent meeting ot the Young Mens
Hebrew society at their hall corner ot
Franklin avenun and Crawford ntrcct the
following otnerra wero elected
iSclillo Loewonsteln president Abe Har
ris vice prescient Max Engle recording
Hccretaij Julius EJcl tliianclal secretary
Albert Fricdlander manager Murtla
JjiovIs assistant manager
Tho Young Mens Hebrew society Is an
organization of recent origin It Is an or
der given to social purpose as well aa
to the advancement of education ln this
age of enlightenment It is hut ronnanable
io suppose that great good mnj result
fiom a society that had such for Its aim
Papers pertaining to educational and sn
eltl dutlen will ho read from time to Urn
before the organization
Irntrriuil Mjatlei ClrcH
At the regular meeting of Houston rul
ing No 630 on Friday night tho follow
Ing officers were elected for the emmlng
term Worthy ruler J 11 Fobor vleo
rulcr 0 0 Stanatlold past ruler C H
Kliburv chaplain Mlos Bottle B Galuos
recorder Thomas iMuai colleewr J L
Kopf treasurer A 5 Hume niarshall J
B Fltjueti warden Charles Uapp Rimrd
A O Hume sentry 1 U Ficth
Trustees Brothers Neumann Slansfleld
and Jiapp
Mcitcal examiners Dr Kyle Pf Kn
Rlchardt Dr Hogg and Dr Uncophor
nepnlrliiir lie In nmMit
The Municipal Improvement company is
nt work repairing the defects of the rock
asphalt pavement recently laid by them on
McOunan avenue It l only the surface
Ot this pavement that has disintegrated
In Places on tbo upper end of tho pave
ment near Its Intersection with Crawford
This defect appears to have resulted from
n lackot adhesiveness In the material that
was used und In no way affects the founda
Hon Tho city has a band guaranteeing
thU pavement for ft period of five years
tin C i > u < > Ileetloii
ct a nieeltng of tho stookbolders of tho
Houston Gas Light company tho following
tako a spin out tho Harrlsburg road aa faf j directors wero clectcd T W House J A
Tho pall hearers aro J W MeAsuartJ night and past several hours quite nlriV 1 Kcver sV supVrKuendctitTiTl Flu
J I Campbell W E Bailey w n I antr in various amuscptcnts rot
Ftin In Vlr House
Cowboy nnncvrn lo l > fH
There vras a very enjoyable social ment The Cowboy Itangrrs wll meet al Ihc
Tlte Hoiistcn win lr
Siearrrhuqa iFrldsy olgbt at No S fire ejigln boated BradyplVce on uTrrishurjrVtVd Tuesday
enterlainntnt ihllrhalli
verj pleaaltiB at It was in the nature of a ivirprlte party
Baker Jr Henry S Fox J Jl 11 Uouaa
Tle o clrec oranvt subseauenHy ana
eKcjjcd the folovvlPK officers
President T W llou e vice president
H Vcanlan general manager J J Mc
night t 5 oclotV for drill The iunssr
tr ju iv
w < m faiimcs
WILLIAM L FOLEY
The Third Week of our January Muslin Underwear Sale with assortments
complete in every detail Also first showing of LadiesCotton Waists
UNmtRHKIHTB ot Cambric made with
deep umbrella flounce ot lawn trimmed with
rlebt line tutka and embroidery tdgc aud dust
ruffle
At Si75
UNDURSKinTB of floe Cambric made with
deep umbrella flounce elaborately trimmed
with four row ot lace Insertion and twenty
llvn tud < In live ctdatora cTged with deep
lace luwn dust ruffle
UROS GRAIN ot a very durable quality
At 89c per yard
HATIv RHADAMK ot a he ytwlll and fine
lustre k inches wide
lOS rjXsiM 98c nflr yard A 4 t
per
lUCIIBSSR and TAlMB
silk and 23 Inches w
SATIN riUN
JCAISB nil wide
At 125 per yard
EMBROIDERIES
BAIIIROIDERY of Ilimburs Bdsca
1 lnilfliicli lo otw and a half Inhs idoV
> iti white and colored
At 5c per yard
nMBROtUUttr Kdgcs and Insertions ot <
Nainsook and > mbrlc one Ituh to hr j
und 11 half inches wide In Nhlte aud
Kolorid very open and cloio work
At 7c Sic 10c and 12ic per yard
S TLOUNCINGS ot Cambrle anI Naln
raoiik tultable for ladles and ihlldien J
Juuderwinr 10 to 13 Indies wide er >
I open and showy patterns
At 25c 37ic and 40c per yard
SLACES C
FRBNC1I VALDNCIENNBS LACKS In
< and tnsenlona to
whllo and lory o > 1ges
inntih lnch to 2 Inches wide all ncwij
> nnddalnt > d lgus v
J At 70 8Jc IOC I2ic 15c20c25c
35c and 50C per yard
TttKNCH VALBNCIKNNKS lVCES U
jlnch to 1ltieh wide
> At 20c25c 4oc per do en yardsS
EVERLASTING EDGES ineb
Inch
wlde
1V1
At 20c 25c 30c 50C per doz yds
LINEN TORCHON and MEDICI
lACH EDGES and INSERTION to
match c ty one new and different
5c 7io too 124c 15t per yard
MAIL OKDims are filled with
promptnes and express prepaid If
a tctiipanlej rv cashon 5 or more
Biunvirmiivcmiiiiniiciiiiiin
srMi oiitins rou t
lhoroughlv equipped to supply vein
vvants slock on hand and waiting
Bering = Cortes
Hardware Co
Prairie and Milam tfs
n nn < ii < gmi i nm
m > > I
it c hTtAitr imuo co
Cigar Smokers Snaps
I foi Hit week only commencing this Sunday
j mornlnc and ending Saturday night
A r OUK CIGAR COUNTliR
atiotlier vlsorous effort
to tfv our trade
fCIQARS I
El Principe do Oaler 5 for IVI
35c ii Principe Iajndrea Grande <
eac h too
hji Sturhclberg Londres <
irande lOc I
La Rosa Espanola 6 for 15
lli > El Belmont Londres
Rovalcs lOj
1 for lie Bl Belmont fi for 4Se
for fKc E rtogenburt 6 for 4 >
1 foi 5c General lercer > for O
Tubanola for v
Hovnl r for rae
Lillian nttasell R for i e
xpex 6 for 2Tu
Stacbelberg fi for 2
Jackson Squaro 6 for IV
Pertuondo 6 for I
Barb in the morning after dlnne
between the ai ts or anv time this week
I Jou can have them at the above prices
The R C Stuart Drug Co
Corner Main and Preston
AUCTION SALE
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I will sell without reserve on Tuesday
January 23 1900 the entire slock of Isaacs
Schrani 313 and 315 Tremont street
Galveston Texas at public outcry The
stock consists of 20000 worth of Mens
Youths and Boys Clothing also show
cases shelving tables Iron safe and com
plete lino of show window fixtures The
Block la In firstclass condition and will
be sold In lots to suit dealers Merchants
from the Interior whoso purchases
amount
to 300 or oxer will have their railroad fare
refunded
JOHN A CAPLEN
Auctioneer
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HOUSTON DAILY POST SUNDAY MOErstlNG JANUARY 21 1900
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BUAdk dress goods
LACE CURTAINS l a Reduc
tion
i
On tUltd floor >
TNOTTlhollAMS three yards Song and
JSlncbcKTihie were 5C > g
> At6papalrV f >
V > An
JnoTTINOHAMS tbalKero OOeitSU yards
lopg Rnd lOHdCbcs wide f
At 75c a pair
IHAMS wero 51 SO <
Inches wide
NOTTINOHAMS 3 4 J s
long SO
At Si20apair
FISH NBT CURTAINS that were 30
and 15 Inches wide
ig
At 2ooapair
3 yards long
TISH NET CURTAINS that were J301
long 51 Inches
ZK jards
At 250 a pair > f >
SWISS CURTAINS dotten and plain
tbat were I1W l Si > ards long U ncb3
At 115 a pair
shoes
LADIES1 TINE KtD RUTTON SHOES
halfdollar toe handturned soles II to 13
lasts aiics 1 to 7
all sizes
Af300apair
LADIES TINE KID LACE SHOES
estlng top handturned aoles ncW toe
At 300 a pair
LADIES D0N0OLA KID HUTTON and
LCB SHOE round patent leather toes
At 200 a pair
LADIES DONGOLV KID RUTTON
SPRING HEEL SHOES vesting tops
round stock tip and light mio
At 175 a pair
MISSES SHOESOf no Pongolt Kid
hultoii black nnd tun eitlus lops self
Una hltCB 84 to II
At 175apiir
MlhSES bHOBS Of lino Dongola Kid
button Mack and tan vesting lops silt
tins sites lii to 2
At 150 a pair
BOX CALP for school
g hals
MISSES wear In
laee spring
At 125 and 150 a pair
MISSES DONGOLA KID BUTTON
sires S4 to 2
75c and 100 a pair
SHOPS
laduis
A MOST COMPLETE LIKt L
rtHENP S1IOKS In DTt4ll
nud bla < k ivlth silk vesting
At 125 and 150a
A PRETTY LINB or Ttlnk
SLIPPERS with new S
French beel t7V
AtS200apalrrjil
NEW SPRING WASH id
PERCAIKS embracjfii tk
i
rrench Foulard Pattern ln VS i
colors for tho spring of uov f
At 10c and I2i < per yj J
TOILU DU NORD a fatt
ham in dainty apring eolBrinS5i
and fancy Blrlpes eliecka and La
Ladles aud Children
DrcsttsTVi
At lOcpsryard l
MADRAS tit fancy small elmkl
stripe a utronc and durable ttIi2 >
colore lbsoluielv < bangel
in design aud finish tho
attraitlr a
of the moro expensive qualitiM Sl
spring and bummer wear 1
At I2 cperyard
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS J
o Hek
colorings ti small checks aoj 3
At 15c per yard if
TRENCH MADItASThtre ll fel
choice color
woven erfeeta a traosj
richness and eteganeo ot sty
nt
ders It in tho
highest degree t lirii J
Ladlej Waists tho use tor wblte 1
material s spectBlly designed ft
At 25c per yard
LINENS AT SPECIAL PRICE
TAHLH LINEN DAJIASKltalf
cd tnat wiw 3jc Jg Inches
wldt
At 25c per yard
TAIUB LINEN DAMASK thstiraj
bleached und balfbleahel
61 tlH
wde
ificbca
At 48c per yard
LINEN NAPKINS that were l
a doicn balfblcarhed iS tt si
At 73c per dozen
NAPKINS that Mre
and satin finish M i
LINEN Uil
bltavbcd tlze
At 147 per dozen
REMNANTS IN CRASH TOTOB
and TABLE DAMASK at a special tflli
also ODD TOWELS and NAPKINS ill
blc reduction
FOR THE LADIES
at 250 200 175 and
Our Best Ones
aic 50 and
Do not be deceived or induced to
represented to be as good as Eupion
handle the Genuine Eupion
I Antenle
A Blllegue
B Block
Mrs L E Cudilpp
Wm Colby
H B DeterlnK
O B D Nand
II D George
Jules Hlrsch
O C Helberg
Haiverton Irvln
B Kaah
W J Aubertln
Wm Betx
M J Burlak
Jno Covlntton
Theo Dreyllnr
MA Dunn
ForestMfg Co
Sam Goodman
H B Hanricksen
It L Jones
Keseler i Dixon
NE Allen
J T Besl
Bartlett Bros
John Clay
Mrs Uletischold
J J Foley
M H lfurd
P Kelley
T Lam nth e
J Lehan Ce
J K Lavlcna
L Q Muller
Jno Mathews
A J Meyers
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Wc have just received a lot of Boys Shoes that areextn
good xalue They are just xvhat your boy needs strong
and solid yet neat looking Theyre 250 200 150 and
We also have a splendid line of CHILDRENS AM
MISSES SHOES at very reasonable prices We would te
pleased to show you some of them
iAvliBlihull Sclil
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j 1103 CONGRESS AVE Opp Court House
J BURN
I Eupion Oil
The Family Safety Oil The Best on Earthy
use other brands of Oil
1 The following dealers
Mrs f P Vol
A Sodlcb
J V Schosser
Theo Werner
Mcnrlde Bro
II MuUab
Vrili Mejer
T II McKH
J A McClute
ll Schiter
11 Schmidt
luo Murpbr
1 A McKce
G J MelHngf
S Itosanbers
H Scbleblcr
1 Teitse Co 1
qtfas XVoeioer
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her home on 1301 Clavelana
Jhe funeral will take place at 10
Thefln i V ns trom th residence
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Juneral Mil ukt vUKi
at 2 oclock this afternoon frflt
denee Tho interment J Jw
lywood cemetery Rov 7S
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County Clerk Duprces WJ
Monday rooming vlth
renso bopk tbo old one han
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