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Entire Stock and Fixtures for Sale. Store.- for Rent!
\s we must close out in the next four weeks, we will positively sell for Cash only
All Goods Will be Sold Regardless of Cost! !j
/ ; '• i
This is a Positive Clearing Sale. Remember, dun ng this time, we will make
Special Inducements to Country Merchants.
-j When you come to the city, call and see us and secure bargains
.A.. HEROTEnr, Opp. Hotel.
ii Gazette
jjVll'IiD.VV Pec mlf'r, 4 b, 1886.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A mod
*1 of purity, strength and holesome
ness. More economical than the
ordinary kinds and cannot he sold
iu competition with the multitude of
I >w t^.st, short weight alum or phos
,r ate powders. So/d only in cans
IT yai. Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall
Ht , N. Y Oct 31-ly
Fresh, cool Lager
,Beer always on
2 tap. The finest
[stock of Native
*& Foreign Wines
in the city, to be 1
found at the Sa
loon of W. F. STRUVE.
We have u large lot of Boys suit
from 1 to 111 years, which we are of
taring ut about half price. Call early
if you want a bargain.
A. Campbell & Son. i
week is Conference weak.
—fHu Fellows Lodge Tuesday1
night j
—U a I ihe article by “White
—Dirty-two marriage licenses,
Wi re in November.
f he (’. p Bazar is still a favor
ite reji.it.
! "L'.ineutitions among the fow’a
l-e (Jiioehora are coming.
'■' tile up, renew and tftk yonr
ftuce at onr 35 machine.
Lty atlairs move along smoothly
,il(l nr Inly under the wise manage
ruc,lt of Mavor Mastic.
1,1 ’i <»• av BhiiiKets at $1.00 per
I !1 |i Kul.es, House Blankets, at
A. Campbell & Son.
~~s- oty-tive bales of cottou were
;.i it by tire at the Decatur dt
j i1"1 1 ni’^d iv night.
"Two fair prospective brides
to enjop each others company
18 IWl*s- ly last Sunday.
H-.venit ^ star L. dge No, G, meets
II *'lJtl‘iiil t'uimmmication Monday
j ~~.^r K. Murray bos sold his
,UrtJ,lu,‘1 '-tore to Messrs. E. B. Car*.
l, r At'..
Me^r--. (Jarner aud Martin
v'< ive or more bales of cotton
J ut -Madison Sta. Sunday
Mr Alien Campbell, of the firm
of A Campbell & Son, has been ut
iting Birmingham this week.
Mr K T Woods a former student
from Jackson county, reentered
Host Institute this week.
Mr. E. Williford, propreielor o.'
W ilhford’fc Drugstore has been on a
prospecting trip to the Magic City.
Mr. Wid. Var.ghtn, noted as onei
of Huntsville's most polished and
clever young men, and a talented
lawyer, is 'jow domesticled with his
wife at Kansas City, Mo., where we
v-i-,h him the abundant soccess which
his /ceiling qualities merit.
-- . - - . -
A n«l tier i’oltou Blase.
We learn from Decatur that a spark
from a passing engine set fire to a bale of
cotton on the platform of the L. & X.
Kailway freight house there, and out of
lbO bales, 75 were consumed before the
fire could be got under control. Our in
1 formant states that the cotton was re
ceived and receipted for by the agent of
the L. & X. Koad at that point.
If a cold wave rudely crosses your;
path you can say, “Blow winds, and'
crack your cheeks!” it you have a
bottle of Coussens’ Honey of Tar, which
will cure all the had colds, coughs, and
diseases of throat and lungs that ever
rode on the back of a blizzard. Try
OonsBens Honey of Tar for your cough.
night Nov. 25, at tLi« reshleuce oi
the bride’s parents iu^tbis county,
by He? Henry Crusher Mr Wm.
Washington to Mins Mary Smith.
Waiters Mr* Jno Lipscomb and Mias
Janie Davidson. Ma;f prosperity and
happiness ever light the pathway of
the happy couple through life.
Tell me not in moura/ul numbers that
piles cannot be cured. Use 'fablers’
Buckeye Piie Ointment and [experience
the permanent cure which isfalways ef
fected by this preparation. There are
numerous so called remedies; only one
fabler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment good
for that disease that all sufferers with it
need only use the great remedy.
Williams.—In this city Friday
Nov. 26,1886. Lizzie Lou. infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. R
Newman.- In this city Saturday
Nov. 27. 1886, Mrs. Haehi 1 Newman
aged about 106 years.
Gahton—A.t the family raideuce
Henry St. Sunday Nov. 28, 1886,
of consumption Mr?. Corneliu? Gas
ton, Faueral services from liLr—t
— For bargains in holiday goons
wNtch the columns of the Gazette,
for the nexj three weeks.
.Snow this morning. There will be
snowballing to-day. We shouldn’t be a
bit surprised if His Honor has a full
docket in the morning. If any one in
town has got a sleigh, please call around
and see us.
M. R. Murray begs to inform his
friends and the public generally that he
will open to-day with a new stock ol
musical merchandise of all kinds.
Will sell a fine Jesse French Piano
just received. We have ordered a full
line of Hardman Square and Upright
pianos, also the famous Baby, or parlor
grand piano.
.‘ft East side Public Square.
If we had a whole dictionary of adject
ives at our tongues end to use in recoin
! mendation of Coussens Honey of Tar, as
a cure for coughs, colds and diseases of
throat and lungs, we would simply pick
out the little word “best” and apply it
sincerely to Coussens Honey of Tar, be
; cause it is the only persaanent cure for a j
j deep-seated trough or cold upon the j
1 lungs.
t lorenof PnrrnaKnl by h Whi Inf»<‘lur
InK Company.
A special to the Nashville of
yesterday says :
“A. number of gentlemen met here to
day and organized the Floreaice hand,
Mining & Manufacturing Company,
which promises to rival in magnitude
any yet organized. They have bought
the available vacant lots and land in and
immediately adjoining Florence to the
amount of about 4,000 acres, and about
2,IKK) acres of iron lands from fifteen to
thirty miles of Florence, which is said to
be one of the most valuable iron proper
ties in the South. The stock had been
subscribed and to-day being fixed for
tiie meeting of the stockholders for or
ganization, and this being known, the
town was wild with excitement all day.
Those interested in the matter ami the
office w here the meeting was held were
beseiged by parties wishing to take stock
and a number of telegrams were receiv
ed from persons at a distance to friends
here, asking to get in, one party asking
for |2o,imh> worth of the stock, but they
were too late, and the applica
tion was refused. The capital stock was
fixed at three million dollars, four hun
dred thousand being paid up, three hun
dred thousandin cash, and one bandied
thousands in lands, and the following
board of directors elected:
Win Duncan: W B Wood, John Wood
ward, A W YVillis, Chas (4 Smith, LC
Hudson, R Prichards. Lee Howell, .1 C
Conner, W K Blair, R 11 Dudley and A
W Stocked. The officers of the company
are W B Wood, President; Maj. A W
Wills,Vice-President; 11 C Woods, See
retary,and W P Campbell, Treasurer.
8ketch of the Rust Normal
This school Was among the first
! established by the Freedman s Aid
I Society.
la the third report of this turgani
zition issued in 1N60, we find tin
following statement,
“In this beautiful city we haw
erected for our Normal School a
brick editice, r« decting great credit
upon the architect, William Tinsley,
of Cincinnati; and have received from
the Bureau, valuable assistance in
lie erection of the house and the pur
chase of the school furniture. We
h ave sustained a school of a high
giode here f» r rtviml years under
tl.e supervision of the talented and
accomplished principals Misses
Hindman and Likiu, and now we
shall boable to furnish teachers tor
North Ala., a por ion of the state
greitlv neglected and presenting
vety strong claims f >r our education*
i al effort, l'his property cost seven
i *-..usand dollars, and is out of debt.”
Thus it will be seen that for six
teen yt ai e this school has been car
ried on iu our midst and for the ele
vation of our youth Many of its
former students are now men and
women, and are red etiug credit on
' themselves and the race try their use
! fulue-s and devotion to right.
The Trusses have plans for the
erection of a Hall and additional reei
tali m rooms, also, building etc, for
an Industrial department
The school is and has been liberally
supported by the people of Hunts
: ville and Npith Ala. and is now un
der the able and efficient manage
ment of Rev A W McKinney, assist
ed by Mrs Dr B E Scruggs and Miss
Ellen G Scruggs.
G«>o<l Carpets at 20c. 25c 30c. ami
40c. pr. yd. Handsome \V indow
Shade* with fixtures $1.00 pr pair 3x4
Oil Cloth at 25 c. pr. yard, Rugs,
Mats, Crumb Clothes, at bottom
A. Campbell A Sox.
Notes and Personals.
GtJHLKY. Nt-V. 30, 188G
Corn, oO cth. n bushel
The large cotton crop is about gath
The moving season is opening
ively, families changing homes for
another year.
Rev- R. T. Laws will locate near
Paint Reck.
The new Prescher-in-charge of
the M. E. church has arrived, super
ceding Rev Joe. JamT.
Mr. R. C. Hancock left this morn
ing t<> take charge of his t'c'iool ne r
Owen’s X R-mds.
Our public school In re received a
visit fr in Mr Richard U des, of
Stevenson, win. expressed himself
well pl a-ed will) the school and it*
Our ei t i p isiog colored merchant
Mr. Thounia Gurley is having his store
house remodeled, and proposes t >
build another business house with a
view of opening a colored store. So
Gurleysvi le wil1 have thiiteen busi
ness houses next year.
Messrs. Hall, Cobb and Pearson,
leading bn-in ess men of this *own
predi ;t a big boom. Capt. Gurley
and Mr. Sol. Sceiftman, of Huntsville
open extensive business lmuses here.
The school under the management
of Mr. \V H. Blankensbidie H mrish
mr, pu< ils and parents being thor
oughly aroused aid interested in tin
work. Futms are being raised to
put new furniture in the school house
and also to extend the session two
mouths longer.
The Gazette is looked for and read
eagerly have every w« ek. If your
agent Mr. Francis davis would stop
over here sometime he could get »
host of new subscribers.
A Print..
All Wool extra Weight Kerseys fi r men
boys Wear, at G5 c per yard. Fancy Oft-ni
mers and Worsteds.
A. Campbell a S >n.
Huntsville Opens its Doors
to Them.
During the forthcoming session of the
M. K. Annual Conference of Alabama,
beginning Dec. 9th, at the M. E. Church
in this city, visiting preachers will find
homes and be entertained by our citizens
as follows:
O. Nelsm, G. W. Mann with Wm. Tivis
S. D. Sanders with Thos. R. Cooper.
A. Sheffield, “ Arthur Lowrej.
Jb bvrd, ' Robt Anderson.
\\ m. Coleman, i
•V JJ; Jackson, i Mrs. Allen AVeeden.
! G. AY. Winn, i
j T. P. Phillips, with Charles Donegan.
J. ),. l^enderson, i Mrs.*Jennie Mastin
X. Snoddv, .1
O. R. 1- ixlrklin, > Susan Poweis.
J. Evans. »
I'iv ^Jc*'.rtrr‘s' ' Mrs. Maria J.ittlepage.
J. Sr Todd, t
®; *b Sterling, i Mrs. J. Anderson,
rhos. Ham i
H. Matthews, with Mrs. Lucy Alastin.
YV. F. Smith, with Mrs. Jane Turner.
J. Townsend, w ith Charles Harris.
Cain Rodgers, A
J. Ellis with YV. G. Allen.
B G. Smith, I
J. J* Holland it A
wife, Airs. Clara McCauley.
E. P». McCauly,)
X. H. Speight, > yjrH Ehcv Jackson,
J, Harper, •
irn1011' ' Moses Low.
C. Miller, i
M. M. McKinney * ^ vy. McKinney,
and wife, »
B-jJ- be(% 1 French Garner.
\Y . H. Bond, i
■J. C Samons, AY’. G. Allen.
C. O. Fisher, : Airs. Alary Robinson.
G. W. YY’hitc, Airs. H. C. Binford.
T C. Levert, A Mrs j. B. Carter.
H. A. Brown, i
Homes are needed for fifteen or twenty
more. A. YY’. McKinney.
Sow For (lie Foriirulor*.
To make a present that will he ap
preciated, give something that is useful, >
for instance : A nice Dress, a Cloak, a.
Cashmere .Shaw l, Kid Gloves, Silk or
Linen Handkerchief, all of which we
show in large assortment.
Our Cloaks and Dress Goods must
be sold between now and 'Christmas at a j
sacritice. No matt ter what yon want in
our line we will not be underudd by any
: home.
The Leaden of Low Prices
It lii Belov Cost!
Boots and Shoes
are now being sold at and below coal it*
make room for an entire new Stocks
Best and latest styles Boots and Shoe 4
made to order of the best Materials.
Below National Bank, Huntsville, Ala.
You Will Find Every Thing You Wool
Best of
Elegant Goods and Most Reasonable Pricqi
Sa^Sign of Big Watoh.1
No 12 Commercial Row. v
Enest Karthaus.
Great Inducement to Delinquent.^
to Settle Up.
Every subscriber to the GAZETTE who will
settle up his or her subscription in full beforei
December and renew for one year, will get m
ticket giving one chance at drawing a fine, ne\P
$55 New Home Sewing Machine. Drawing i;i
Public Xmas week. Not less than 100 chances
Rare inducements to GAZETTE subscrbera
new and old for the next thirty days.
Announcement next week, or call at tha
A Book Free
to every yearly cash subscriber to the Huntsville
45 Books
and the GAZETTE one year for
Call at Office and subscribe ; or address.
Box 130, Huntsvills, Ala.
Steam Bottling Works.
Manufactures of.
Carbonated Drinks.
From Distilled Spring Water
For Sale by all Groceries, Confectioneries and

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