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OUR NEW STOCK OF FINE CUSTOIVfj-MADE SHOES JUST RECEIVED!
Our past success in this department has induced us to lay Tn a larger supply than at any time heretofore. Our Shoes have been tested these many years, and our numerous patrol is can attest to their merits. The Famous Two Dol lars and sixty cent ($2.60) Shoe has been improved, materia lly, and we now keep a full supply of DONGOLA and REAL FRENCH KID BUTTON BOOTS, in all shapes and wid ths, machine and hand-sewed, at prices ranging from three dollars ($3.00) to five dollars ($5.00). Misses and Child: ren’s Shoes in the greatest varieties, and at unusually low prices. Ladies and Misses’ Slippers with h€>els and spi fing heels- Old ladies House Shoes and Buskins. Gentlemens Custom-made Shoes, in all styles. Patent Leather Pumps and Slippers. HERSTEIN & LOWENTHAL, Leaders of Low Prices. era er> C/a _ r mi ■■■! m — - » M CB ® B Q i-h d- ® d a ”• Si M o 2 0Q z a fed &> £ 03 ^ 0 S’ § CD • c*“ ^ £ £ 1-3 H < ^0*3 02 H <j° S ® Qq ■r-l <^Q C+d O W 2 CD P O CD o “ c* B K3 Bgg :§S 3 *» w O m ® m. ^ O' /-s <| < M 03 . CD H2 H ® g S'® £.§ 3 p 5’^ g S ^ w S' CD £ CD ^ t> • o d. ? | a r s?>r?» ■yyEEKLY GAZETTE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 88. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur Ity, strength and wholesomeness. More eco nomical tiian the ordinary kinds, and cannot oc sold in competition with the multitude of low test, sliorttweight alumn of phosphate powders. Sdd onlii in cans. Roy al Bakino Rowder Co., 100 Wall St N. Y Fresh cool Lager Beer always on f tap. The finest *stock of Native / & Foreign Wines in the city, to be found at the Sa ■ loonof W F. STRUVE. M. IMAM CO More New Ginghams, New i Satteens. White Goods have arrived, Elegant styles at low prices. Good unlaundried Shirts 50c •'ll Linen Towels 10c Curtain Scrim, new design lOc french Woven Corsets 75c Wool Dress Goods lOcyd Mew stock of wide Hamburg Edges, IOc per yard. Special bargain in Ladies Shoes, 75c pair. Lace Curtain, 3G yards long, S'.25 per pair. The balance of our stock of Cress Goods, including black Cashmeres, all at cost. ltwi" pay and save you money trade with. NEWMAN & CO. ^:l'u hi abundance. Ib-ath > scythe is busy. 1 'ejiaic for gardening. . h'e-hictory has resumed op atl'*"r the summer campaign. *1'L' Primitive Baptists re again 4 lbeir church. v . \1. ’ 1 I,lly w®s observed at the teformal school. ,.rrhe K of P. colored Lodge was ^“e*l last night. )oung fo ks have organized 1 Ven'lc social club. PERSONALS Mr. Jno Bone was in from Mays ville Saturday. Mr. Henry Wendell was up from Decatur Saturday. Mr. Jas. H. Weatherly lias re turned from Birmingham. Miss L. C. Bradford has returned to Decatur. Mr. David Hall visited his fam ily this week. Rev. B. J. Donnel is up from De catur. Hon. A. Whited, of New Hope, is in the city. Eld. W, H. Mixon has been in the city during the week. P. esiding Eld. Prettyman keeps his circuit under close supervision. Misses Ju’iaand Mary Dillard were among their friends Saturday. Mr. Janies Isaacs and daughters were in the city Thursday. Mrs. Janies Patterson and Miss Hines are new in New Orleans. S. D. Cabaniss, Esq., has been in at tendance on a special term of Chancery Court at Huntersville this week. Mrs. Alec Patterson has returned from a visit to her daughter at Chat-1 tanooga. Mr. Thomas Brandon has been at home during the week, on the sad occasion of the death of his litt'e brother. Mr. John Battles of the substan tial farmers ofe Mridianville was in last Saturday and his left compli ments .rith the Gazette. Mr. Moses W. £ Jones is a model young farmer of sterling character and enterprise. He has recently purchased a desirable farm near town, paying the cash on the spot, and is now under his “‘own vine and fig tree.” Buy the Triumph Self Wringer Mop. t.f -- -« • -- HADEN. Notes from over the Mountain. Candidates are num rous Everything looks promising. Election talk is plentiful. Farming preparations move on. The Public school taught by Air. S. B. Hayes will continue two weeks longer. 1 was glad to see in the Gazette the interest taken by Supt. J. A. B. Lovett in the passage of the Blair bill the passage of that bill will give us better schools, and that is what we need, especially the colored paople in the county. Some p'aces have no schools at all, and where there are schools the three mouth sessions are too short eu tirely f r effective work. The peo ple must be educated, for their own good and the wellfare of the State. Let the young man aim high. Pickens. EDUCATIONAL. — Col. Dhwsoii Kn(liir»«l nl \Va«li n^ttm. The following resolution was intro duced by Prof J. A. B. Lovet, and adopt ed at the meeting of the Department ol Superintendence of the National Educa tional Association, in session at Wash ington, Feb. 10th, 18SS; Rest lived, That this Department bears emphatic testimony to the continued v due of the United States Bureau ol Education to the teaching profession; to the w ise conduct of the office under the pres ut Commissioner, to the faithful and efficient service of his suherdinates, and also to the great value of its recent con tributions to American educational his* tory, which it is hoped will be continued in the line that has been so successfully earftmenccd. Circuit Court ftule.*. On the re-assembling of Circuit Court Thursday morning the case of the State vs. Anderson Weeden was called and postponed until this mo ming on account of the absence of Oapt. Day, counsel for defendant. State vs. Tim Audei *«m and Arthur Eason grand larceny, j mry ami verdict guilty. This is swift jut *uce. A couple of weeks ago these yo ugg miscreants helped themselves to »»verai dozen knives from the show c: we taf Cooper & Lovett. The)’ were arre Hied Bhortly af terwards and the grand jjury being in session at the time of tbei r ;ar»est, found a true bill of indictment wihioh has re sulted in their conviction. State vs. Wm Blair, a Baas'll with in° tent to murder. At a Late fcioux last night the jury were still •. put.-tascussing the verdict. Yesterday was a busim » »lay in the Circuit Court and certainly ' an one could grumble at the “law’s dela ty* for delay there was nose. The case of the State vs. Wm. Hussey for murde r, wa s called and continued until the August term. State vs. Isaac Gardner, Gra; id Lar ceny, jury and verdict guilty. State vs. Betty Allred, misceg enation, jury and verdict guilty.. State vs. Frank Jana es ft urgjiar y, Jury and verdict guilty. This morning the case of! tiiie. State vs. Anderson Weeden, for n nrdtei, will be called and disposed ol HEP RESIDENT'SOMES "ATS* Two Colored Sergeant!* For Cominissiora. Washingtou, February.' Ua- —Only superficial people have dleli* red the President to be no politic?* -n. His acts have been as clever; isstlu ty Were bold ever since he has 1 o«m before the public, though it to* >lclon£,r-heaiI cd and above all right- hearted, pol iticians to gauge their effect Gov ernor Cleveland’s veto < >f the Five Cent Fare bill is a ca.« e in point. New the President has ■ F»ne a char acteristic thing in nom imating Ser geant Charles E. Ta} nnaan of ifoe Twenty-fourth Infantry an Sergeant Thomas H. McGuire of the Twenty fifth Infantry to be sec amd licaten ae ts in the army.The T treaty fourth anil Twenty-fifth Regim .emits ®f In fantry, in rank nml file,.- ire eonnposed of negroes. To placati i a cer tain public sentiment, wehn the last re o ganization of the ari oy occurred four negro regiments w reie IeJ "t in the military establishn leut-tlu it is, the men were black but the of fieers were white. Flipper, the only negro who ever graduated from West Po nt —until Alexander last year —was sent to one of th ^ge regiments, to the ghastly disgust, of the other of fieers, who number some of the swellei ;t men in the service. Here then is a Democratic Pres- j ident doing what no* Republican! Executive has ever dared to do—. recognizing in the most radical way, the practical as well as 1 he tec hn ical j equality of the coloret 1 man and soldier. It will create a s torm of op position in army circles, md there's ’ittle doubt that the insu ruiountable prejudices of race will make the colored officer’s lot an ui feappy one if they get their commiss i«>ns. But will they? Will the Senat * pass the names ? It is Republican, fc». be sure I but all these Republican t Senators i have friends in the army, is>d strong; | influences of a sort to whit ifciHiey are peculiarly susceptible will Ik brought to bear against them. Th e .chances are that the Republican f ieaate will kbk back into obscurity th v ^colored soldiers whom a Dernocrp ,tie Pres ident has raised up. If t tiey don’t it will only be through s * coei cive apprehension of the mu ch abu sed colored vote. A Household convei iience T. he Triumph Self Wriuger. IT. ». < onrl. The following are the Grand Jurors for the April term of U. S. Circuit Court: Frank Chisholm, Green Hill, Lauder dale county; Milton Roach, Fackler, Jackson county; Win. McKissack, Ath ens, Limestone county; B. F. Stine, Tus» cumbia, Colbert county; W R W Cobb, Gurley, Madison county; A S Fletcher, Huntsville, Madison county; David Hall, Huntsville, Madison county; J F Cooley, Hamilton, Marion county; John Hood, Mt. Hope, Lawrence, county; Felix Forbes, Meridianville, Madison county; Porter Bibb, Bellmina, Limestone coun ty; Wm L Halsey, Huntsville, Madison county; Calvin Scott, Friendship, Mar shall county; James McKnight, Raw Hide, Lauderdale county; Jere Murphy. Huntsville, Madison county; Joseph Baldwin, Houston, Winston countv; J M Hutchens, Huntsville. Madison county; A A Baker, Huntsville, Madison county ; Edmund Todd, Bishops, Colbert county; W F Baldridge, Huntsville, Madison county; Thos J Denson, St. Florian, Lau derdale county, S J Mayhew, Huntsville, Modison county; Jonathan Dobbs, Bell' green, Franklin county. 1’KTlT JURY. John Higgins, Larkinsvill, Jackson county; J L Sheffield, Warrenton, Mar shall county; M M Frazier. Pikensville, Marion county; J A Pope, Hamilton Marion county; Wm F Struve, Hunts ville, Madison county; John W Patter son, Cherokee, Colbert county; Henn Cale, Bellefonte, Jackson, county; Thos Davis, Holly Tree, Jackson county; J H McKee, Albertville, Marshall county, James Isaacs, Cluttsville, Madison coun ty; Jere Burnett, Ark, Winston countv; Wm J Mastin, Huntsville, Madisoi county; Jonathan Hall, Larkinville Jackson county; John Till, Waterloo Lauderdale, county. George Hubert, Huntsville, Madisoi county; D H Lester, Huntsville, Madisoi county; Sam’l H Moore, Huntsville, Madison county; John Bennett, Warren ' toD, Marshall county; W M Foster, War reulon, Marshall county; Joseph Carr, Gravelly Springs, Lauderdale county; J P Matthews, Huntsville, Madison coum tv J W Cunningham, Rodgersville Lauderdale county; John Gilbreath. Guntersville, Marshall county, Tillmai Bishop, Bexan, Marion county; L A Peevy, Huntsville, Madison county; Jn< Odom, Hillsboro, Lawrence county, Jor Moore, Russellville, Franklin county; A C Legg, Elkmont, Limestone county, C M. Hundley. Huntsville, Madison coun ty; P M Box, Huntsville, Madison coun ty. Brawn Tuesday Feb. 21st, 1S88, in th« presence of L. K, Pobbs, Asst. L. fe. At torney and Chas. P. Lane and W. L Clay. THE HUNTSVILLE BAPTIST “ Church. A card of thanks. Huntsville, Alabama. SaturdayFeb. 18th 1888. Editor Gazette: Dear sir: Please allow us in your esteemed sheet to return our heart le t thanks and gratitued, to the Principal, directors and trustees of the Rust Normal Institute, for their kinduess extend ed tons, in keeping thedoors of their school room open every Sabbath, foi our divine services, since the burning of our church. The officers of nearly all the color ed churches of the city, oflered t< extend to us a part of each Sabbath to carry on our service, while debar red, as above stated from our own for which we also express our grate fulness. Through the wise and skill fu biess management of Mr. J. M. Hutchens,contractor, we are enabled to hold service in our church today, ithough lacking something of being complete. VV'e feel t;>at we shall soon have it in better cond t on than ever. Since the burning, we have collected and have on hand $525 25 leaving a balance on first payment of $24.75, when we get full possession of the church. Second paym nt $550 due in twelve months after. Very respectfully. Eld. Bartly Harris. Pastor; for the entire congregation. Wm H. Gaston. ' Clerk. A Great Day at the Meh»rry Medical College. The twelth annual commencement exercises of the Me harry Medical College and the 2nd of the dental school of Central Tenn. College, was a brillirnt success at Nashville Tenn Monday Feb- 20. Dr. Bra- j den the distinguished President of the institution presided and was sur rounded by many most eminent men who have added their talent and time to the great work of education among the colored people. Promi nent among these were Bishop Wal den. Our limited sj ace forbids an ex tended notice of the interesting speeches delivered on the occasion. The addresses by Geo. W. Honesty, Vtechanicksburg O. salutatorion, C. M. Wade, of Hot Springs, Ark., formerly of Huntsville the valedicto rian, Robt, T. [Brown, Athens, Ala , valedictorian for the Medical De partmant, were models of good taste an 1 oratory. After several appropriate address es by the faculty and visitors, With appropriate ceremonies the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery was conferred by J. Braden, D. D., upon Henry Lewis Smith, Bastrop. Tex., and Claude Melnotte Wade, Hot Sprsngs, Ark. The degree of Doctor of Medicine was conferred upon the following young ratu: Benjamin Rufus Bluitt, Mexia, Texas- Richard William Browi:, Charleston, S. C.; Robert Turnei Brown Athens, Ala.: George Sam uel Pryce, Jamaica, W. I.; Mason James Snowden, Oakland, Texas Daniel Milton Darden, Spring Hil , Teun ; Thomas VanBuren Davis, Nashville, Tend.; Russell Fred. Ferrill, LaGrange, Tex.; Charles Melvin Moates, Belton, Ga.; Jacob Chris'opher Hairston, Martinsville, Va.; Samuel Andrew O’Neal, Barnesville. Ga.; George VValtei Honesty, Mechanicsburg, O.; A1 bert LeRoy Thompson, Gallatin, Teun ; Win. Hanson Hughes, Oxford N. C.; John Whitfield Lillard, Nash renn.; Anthony Nathan Prince, Hallettsville, Tex: Joseph Grier Thomas, A. B., Chula Depot, Va., Howard Douglass Carter, N ashville Tenn. The following prizes were given to the winners: By Dr. Boyd, for the best examin ation in physiology, Slater, of North Carolina; by S. C. Smith, Secretary of the S. S. department A. M. E. church, for best average examination among the young men of the grad uating class in the Medical Depart ment, George S. Pr>ce, of Jamaica, West Indies; by Morri on Bros., for best average examination among nembers of the graduating class in theDenta1 Department, gold Jrnedal, to Henry L Smith of Texas. Wedding Kecord. The following license to wed was is sued yesterday by the Judge of Probate: COLORED. Percy Jones to Caroline Erskine. U. S. miNsiouer* Court, James Furgeson, was before U. S. Commissioner J. H. Bone, yesterday, charged with operating a “wild eat” dis. tillery on Sand Mountain, Jackson Co. Upon a hearing of the case, fie was held to answer the charge before the U. S Circuit Court, at the next term. Bail was fixed at $500, in default of bond hi was committed to jail. ley Roberts, George and Valentine Goforth, of Jackson county were also be fore Commis-iouer Bone, charged with illicit distilling. 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