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(Commercial Row, Peace’s Old Store.) CROWDED FOR ROOM. NO PLACE TO SHOW Ol/R GOODS. WE MUST SELL THEM TO GET ELBOW ROOM', THIS SACRIFICE SALE IS FROM NECESSITY, NOT CHOICE COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF AND BE CONVINCED, OUR MILLINER IS WITH US YET AND WILL TRIM A HAT FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. HERSTE1N & LOWENTHAL, Leaders of Low Prices. WEEKLY GAZETTE » S.Vi'L'ltDYY JULY 9th, 18. 9. N. R. FIELDING. CONTRACTOR, REAL ESTATE And Rental Agent. Teiry Building, Second Ave. & lflth St. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. loon of Fresh cool Lage Beer always on Jtap. The finest [ stock of Native & Foreign Wines in the city, to b< found at the 8a W F. STRUVF M. A. B SHELBY. Office and Residence, 3ff>, Franklin St. HUNT8VILLE, - - ALABAMA. Office Hours: to 11 A. m. and 3 to 6 P. M. Calls in town and country will be promptly attended. Residence at lice. THE SHORT THROUGH GAR L:NE EAST AND WEST — IS THE— Memphis A Charleston Railroad WITH Four Daily Through Trains, Four Pullman Sleepers. making all important connections East via Lynchburg ami Washington. NO. 2 NO. 4 Leave Huntsville.6 05 a m 5 45 p m Arrive ( hattunooga.10 20 a m.9 35 p ni " Knoxville. 30:5 p m.1 50 a m '• Bristol. 8 00 p in.6 20 a m “ Roanoke. 2 25 a m.12 30 p ni “ Lynchburg. 4 15 a in.2 25 pm “ Washington.11 13 a m.9 4u p m “ Baltimore.1246 noon 1135 pm " Philadelphia.3 10 p m.3 to a m “ New York.5 50 p in.... 6 20 a m Eis via Harrisburg No. 2 No. 4 Leave Huntsville.6 05 a m. 5 45 p in Arrive Roanoke.2 25 a m.12 50 p m '• l.uray. 8 04 a m. 5 35 i> m “ Hagerstown.11 4lla m.9 55 p in " Harrisburg.3 00 p m. 2 20 p in “ Philadelphia.it 50 p m.I 25 a m “ New York .9 35 p m.7 10 a in No. 2 carries Pullman Bullet Vestibule Drawing Room Sleeper to Washington via Lynchburg. No t carries Pullman liutVet Drawing Boom Sleeper to New York via Harrisburg. No 2 No 1 ILeave Huntsville.5 05 a m.5 45 p ni Arrive Norfolk. I 25 pm.i 4' p in “ Richmond .12 00 a m.s 15 a in Connections for Atlaula and Florida 'mints ji, Union Depot. Chattanooga wi li Th ough Sleep er, Chattanooga and Jucxsouvillc. West bound via Memphis No 1 No 3 Leave Huntsville....10 35 p m.12 15 p hi Arrive Memphis.. 6 1" a m. s 21 p m “ Little Hock. 2 15 p m. 7 20 a in “ Fort Smith.10 40 pm. 3 2) pm “ Texarkana . 8 2 l p m. 2 50 j> m “ Kansas City. 8 05 a ill. With close connection bevoud. Through tickets and checks. BWWKENX C A Dk.S.U'5-C HE, t; P A T A A (i P A Knoxville, Tenu Memphis, Term. RL KOESSELL. Huntsville. Ala. 2 lOlyi LEMON’S COLORED HOTEL DECATUR, ALABAMA. irst-class accommodation. Nt-W M Ac C. ttcll'fluir. [CORRECTED ] I lie new schedule for the M it C. trains taking effect to-day, is as follows: GOING WEST. No ] arrives 10:30 p. m. No. 3 arriies 9:50 a. m. GOING BAST. N°. 2 arrives 5:15 a. m. No. 4 arrives 6:13 p. m. VACATION. The popu’ar select school taught hy Eld. Wm. H. Gaston closed June for the summer vacation. The school will open for the Fall session &ept. 2 PERSONAL.. Mr. John F. Latham, of Jackson Co. was in the city yesterday. Prof. J. R. Scales of Athens was in the city Saturday. Miss Ida Carter made a visit to Tuscumbia friends last week. Mr. Powhaton McGill came down from Scott^boro to the I. O. I. Fes tives. Miss Bettie Bentley is at home from Decatur. Mr. Houston McCullogh was up from Birmingham Friday. Miss Julia A. Dillard was the guest of Mrs. NVm. livis this week. Mrs. Margaret Wilson of Memphis, has been the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ilendley this week. Messrs. Chas. E Miller and Wil burn Harris were up from Decatur Thursday. Mr. Thomas Lewiston, of Nash vil e is stopping at the residence of Mrs. Janies Turner. Mr. Samuel Miller of Nashville w.is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fran» cis Davis this week. Mrs. G. VV. Franklin and B. A. Morter of Memphis, Teun., are guests of Mrs. Georgia A. McDonald. Miss Susie P. Mastin and Misses Cynthia and Lucy Skillen returned home on Wednesday from Fulaski, Teun. M rs. Berry Jeffries Sr.and daugh ter and T. VV. Garner of Memphis, spent several days with Mrs. Berry Jeffries of West Huntsville. Mr. Henry F. Echolds an old Huntsville hoy now of Memphis gladdered his many friends with his appearearance among them this week. ATHENS. Happenings Among Our Ldine stone Neighbors. Athens, Ala., July, 1st, *89. Athens will celebrate the Fourth with a barbecue. Dr. Malone is sad. Both of his girls are in Birmingham. Alderman C. I’, Sykes and J. VV. lienolds, of Decatur, were iu the city Sunday gues's of D. L. Miller. Quite a number of young ladies from Trinity are out baching. Villiage View church gave a fes tival last Friday night which was a success. Miss Mattie Harris left last Thursday to visit her parents in Bir mingham. “Dr.” says he can walk it.” Miss Annie L. Shields of your ei ty is vssiting Miss M C. Harm*. Miss. P. B. Fraser is up from Tus cunibia visiting relatives here. M. W. Brown is up from Birming ham. Bank of Athens o.>ens to day with a cash capital of $50,000 Village View is booming, Amos Wiley is building a new house. W. Li. Cox is in Birmingham. Julius T. Malone contemplates spending the 4th in Birmingham. Mrs. T. A, Crenshaw and Mrs. R. W. Aus'iu are visiting in Decatur. Misses L. A. Malone and L. B. Malone and Mary Bin ford are visi» ting friends in Prospect. Rabbit Foot. OBITUARY. John Rick Jolly,—son of Mr. and Mrs Jordan Jolly, well known and worthy citiasens of this ci ty. died at his home June ISth, 18*9, aged about IT years. The funeral services were conducted at the C. 1*. Church by Rev. J. Humphrey, who spoke feelingly of the noble traits of character possessed by the deceased. John was an exceptionally good boy—obedient to his parents, kind and well behaved among his associates, and was regular attendant at the Sunday .School and church. He was a Christiau young mau, and tne sad loss to his devoted par ents, is his eternal gain. Federal Officers Commissioned. Mr. 13. F. Ludwig the newly ap pointed Post-master at Huntsville is having Yeatman’a old stand in the Huntsville Hotel block, filled up with new fixtures for Post offi.e. Mrs. B. C. Lanier Jr. aud Mr. J. Pickard will go in as clerks,—good selections. The public will miss the affable efficient aud accommodating Deputy, Mr. Albert Weaver, who retires with a record of some ten or more years of faithful service. In the Land Office Mr. Win. C. Wells as Register and Chas. Hend ley as Receiver being qualified and commissioned have taken charge of the officers. Re eiver Hend ey’s bond of SoO.OOO was promptly made bv the public spirited colored j rop erty holders of Birmingham Decatur and Huntsville, who, generousy vied with each other in extending the favor, the enterprising business men of the Magic City volunteering I to double the amount of necessary, j 1.0 I. A Narcrnlal Sapnat Mr Hulun, The Supreme Convention of tire Inde pendent Ordor Immaculates held a very successful session in this city this week and was largely attended. The grand parade was held at 10 a. m. Wednesday Several lodges took partin this parale and made an imposing ap pearance. At 4 p. m a prize drill for a purse of $125 was held in the Fair Grounds. Only two commanderies completed for the prize, as follows: Rock City, No, 3, of Nashville, Tenn. Judges, ex Mayor, E l. 1. Mastin, Capt. A. B. Jones and J. R. Gresham, Esq. The judges awarded the first prize of $100 to Rock City coinmaudery, No. 3, of Nashville. The attendance at the grand drill was somewhat interfered with by the in« clement weather, but a large crowd was present. In the evening a literary and musical entertainment was given at the Op^ra House by some of Huntsville’s best local talent. - , THK Ht .\TNVIM.b KIFMN. I*rp|>irla( for Ike Annual Kurnuip* ' ni -nt. The Huntsville Riti.;s gave an exhibit tion drill on the public square yesterday afternoon. They made a very tine ap pcarauce and show remarkable progress in the mauuel of arms. 1 The Company will leave next Tues d y eight for tiie annual encampment at . S.-lma, and the beys are woiking might and main fo get well drilled ami in good cond tion to tro and to make such a allowing as will red cl credit on the com pany and themselves It is desired bv the Rid' s that as manv dI lh£ members as possibly e.»n will at tend the encampment in order '.hat the company may make a good' showing a d compare iuvorably with the other coin panies that will be in attendance and we urge our business men to let tbeir city pride rise and allow tbeir employees that belong to the Riti-s to go. General regret is expressed by the members of the Company that their Chaplain, Capt. A B. Jones, will be una* ble to accompany them to Selma. —The I. O. I. festivities have been the attractions this week —TheM. E. Baud of Helpers gave a successful supper Thursday night. DECATUR DOTS. I>ecatur, Ala , July 3rd, 89. m* v« Gazette: Pi enty of rain. Farmers imeasy, alfraid General Grean will demand them to shoulder arms to iuseasonbly. Boj s all at home Sunda , except "Jim' and he crept over to Athens. Mr il. V. Cashin our distingush ed grower, has a “pet” that has de , nanded his whole intention this week, lit a sore toe. Hope he will be all rig ht in a few days. A n interesting feature in the Gate way /.literary s ciety, last Tues ’ay evenin g (Jojue 25,) was a “Novel discussion," in which Messrs. H. V. Cashin, Rev. hi- A. Mahoney, Char lie E. Miller auid Thos. Haywood took an active part- Our learned gentlemen aaid most especially Mr. Haywood, introduced many new and instructive ideas. The gentlemen, to«k the position, that novel reading is more or less a disadvantage to a person than to the several. Degree with them but there is one I must furnish before 1 drop them. Mr. C. N- McDaniels. Brin of the city (cold) school, and Miss Bet tie E. Beutly a member of the eorp has been re-elected as te chers for the ensuing session. Miss Bettie le.t last Saturday for Huntsville, at which place she w 11 enjoy a pleasant time with frieusand relatives and will then go to Atlanta where she will spend the rest of va cation with a schoolmate. We wish you, an enjoyable visit with Miss Bettie. Go to Sykes & Smiths for a nice saucer of ice cream ai d enjoy a de lightful time in that handsome and pleasant little porlor. Mr. Sykes is as polite as a basket of chips and wi 1 wait on you with an unlimited source of pleasure. Give them a call. The Parlor is located on mu h St just a short d stance from depot. We need more business men among us, and not too many whose asp ra lion is out of their reach. Mr. Chas E. Miller s there on connumdrums, but .1 J. Sykes head ed them all offal the Liter ry last Friday evening June, 25. Someone asks, -‘where do Hies go in winter’? “We don’t know, but we wish they would go there in Summer.” If we wish to succeed we must work, so as to demand success. It has beeu dis covered that a dea uses only one eye at a time. Noval; Keep a single eye 'o business, and you'll get there every time. We must have a secre tary in our Literary, or else we wout kn >w who the members are. Frauk Warreu (cold) shot and killed Willie Caldwall (cold) last Sunday morning June, 30th. After which Frank gave up, as hauug de fended himself. The two were en gaged in a game of card playing and th - latter being the looser- refused to dispense of the money, at the for mers request, and result, was the latt-rs fate. More will be learned, after the termination of the trial. The Weather was too euclement for the Literary last night. Remember that the D. L, U. meets Friday night. Don't miss it. Miss Fannie Jones of Florence, accompanied by Miss. Phoebe Fra zier of ruscumbia, spent a few hours in our city last Saturday, and were the truests of Mrs. Ida B. Lemmons at the Lemrnns House. The cat that a Blind Man Can See.-‘‘If you start out on a joui nev,“ says an old book of wisd-Jiu," and meet a cat, you should at once turnback and postpone your jour* ne ." Yes, and take a bath and bury your Co hes, - if its that :.ind , of a cat. D EC AT U KITE __ I — A few clear days have l>ri0diti - ened tin hearts of the farmers. —Mr. M oses Humphrey and Miss. . Maria Elliott were united in wed lock by Eld. Win. II Gaston June 27th. Aujraaal Term •( < Irculi The following is a list of the jurors drawn by Sheriff Murphy for the Au j gust term of the Madison County Cir cuit Court beginning Monday, August 5 th. FIRST W6KK. G W Wise, Madison; W T Howard, | Wells; A T Echols, Huntsville; W E Jordan, Laniers; J C McAnelto, Hants' ville; A S Martin, Huntsville; lRnry Cloud, col., Huntsville; 8 N Tabor, 0> - ens X Roads; Wm H Douglass, Madi. son; G W Bostic, Plevna; C.M McDon ald. J T Martin, W B Wallace, Hunts ! villt: C G Dillard, Triana; C G Fenne , Madison; ER Bliss, Hunt*vilit;J H Ellett, Gwens X Roads, E Kartliouse, Huntsville; DC Gardner, Whitesburg; J B Tate, Hazle Green; J A Gilliam, Maysvile; George G Little, Madison X Roadt; J L Bowers, Gurlej; P il Clark, Hazel Green; W SCantaberry, Madison; W T MeConway, Huntsville; J H Free man, Madison X Roads; E H Hughes, Madison, A F Barclay, Lani r.-; W P Nichols, Poplar Ridge. SECOND WEEK. R 11 Medliu, R J Williams, Hunts ville; J li Martin, Madison; W B Mau niug, Hazlt Green; John Broyles, Mays v He; J A Wise, Madison; T N Mann, Clouds Cove; C N Ward, L B Pike, Cluttsville; W E Buford, Poplar Ridge; A L Blunt, Meridian villt*; W J Jones, J B Douglass, Hazel Green; J M Maples, Popular Ridge; 11 V Carter, .Madison X Roads; J A Johnson, New Market; BA Moore, Gurley; P M Gillespie, Madison; H C Weaver, Wiley W Humphrey, Dan Sell iff man, Huntsville; F J Herizier, Madison; Robert Lauktoro, col. Madison; J M Latham, Whitesburg; T B 1. sha, ! dullsville; R T It ddle, Owens X It tad.-; J E Crutcher, l'riaua; W II Strode, Huut vill.; W C Lamb, Gurleys. T1J1I2D Wh K. J 1' Abernathy, Aiadiaon; T A Rusae.l,! V aua; J (J Sammons, J VV Hobbs, Huntsville; U VV AlcGaha, Owens X I Roads; F J 1‘ower, Haz!e Ureet:; VV 11 j Walker, (c); W L Halsey; Huntsvilh; J F Maples, Owens X Roads; Janies W Sharp, Hazle Green; J J Robinson, Huntsville; R (J Woodall, Poplar Ridge; James Pauel, Huntsville; T F Crawford, Huntsville; J E Maples, Owens X Roadi; C C Lusk, Poplar Ridge; John Bate?, Cluttsville; W F Nicholson, Huntsvilh; L B Strong, New1 Market; W H Ford, i Huntsville; Jas M Brazleton, Colliers Store; John F Martin, Madison: Albert Geron. Gurley; B C Miller, Maysville; J H Pride, Madison; M B Browning, Cluttsville: Reuben Lowe, (c); Madison; M H Davis, Ourley; T J Reed, Hunts ville; S M Bailey, Madison. FOURTH WEEK. R J Lloyd, Huntsville; J W Flynn, Whites burg; H G Poore, Huu'sville; Albert Emry, Hazle Green; W E Collier, 1 Tiiaua; E M Reed. Huntsville; J F Wallace, Hazle Green; John P Danie , Huntsvilh; O H Thompson, Clultsvid ; Sterling Shields, Huntsville; tl C Betts, j Madison; William Dublin, Madison; W j E Matthews, Meridian vile; H W Beas ley, Huntsviile; D F Essiingtr, Collier.-; j J D Whitcomb, Huntsville; George Al ien, Laniers; H W Graves, Hayes Stoic; LJ White, Whites burg; SJ B Caiter, Huntsville; K T Daniel, MaysvilL; F L Eberhard, Huntsville; Riley Smith, Huntsville; Y T Baker, Collieis; Henry Derrick, Maysville; William Gibson, Cloud’s Cove; W L Miller, Huntsville; A D Herrin, Owens X Roads; W R Wal ker, Plevna; W T Newgent, New Mar ket. Anyone seeing his name in the above list of jurors will confer a great favor on Sheriff Murphy if ai some time when in the city will call at the Sheriff's office and acknowledge service. 1'ointcr • lev<‘l;f (I Ifotfi'iniii) l>:»:ul. Hr. Paul, July ;j. David McGlaskey. proprietor of flu* Hotel It an, died Wednesday evening of valvular disease i>t the. heart. Mr. McClaskev came to St. Paul in September, 18*7. For tweutv years previous to that time ho hud been proprietor of the Kuunard house, Cleveland, O. He was *52 years of age. Wateruielloii K.ttiiu; Match. InxuANAroLis. July 5.—A wutermel lon-eating match is to come ort' in this city, the winner getting $100. four contestants have entered, includ ing Henry Moore, of Atlanta, (la.; YVil liam Thompson, of Memphis, and Henry Singleton, and one other, of this city, all colored. In M«*:nory of >Irs Haven. Ciik'auo, July 5. The 10,000 local W. C. T. Unions have been requested to hold memorial services in honor of the late Mrs. K. 15. Haves by Miss Frances K. Wiliard, president of the World’s W. C. T. U. The date fixed for these services is Holiday, July 28. Dotshlc Hw i; i»i* in **Jl % s-ippl. (>u I r»i >.x. Miss.. Jitly •>. Friime TTorn ing an 1 Kt'-h-iid Jor 'an. • ilor.-d, were l.aug'-'i h ■ e Wednesday ! >. imurdei of .ioliu Taysu. mso c 1 i. 1. in lie )>..se ce of a L.r^u c-O .. d. Mr. v l> Freeman, oi fills city who is n i* one of i lie clerks of the II«- tv.-ille Hotel. Huntsvill •. Aia , is winning gold en opinions from the traveling pnb’ie by He uniform e<>nr»e-y and af,> n>iijn ! g s's —Tr y M :;si nr - r If YOUR RACK ACHES Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing it is general debility. Try RUOHN’S IRON RITTERS. It will cute you, ami give a good appetite. Sold by all dealers in medicine. FOR DYSPEPSIA Use Brown’, Iron Bittern. Physicians recommend it. A11 dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine tiaa trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper ■ - • »-♦— ■ JOHN L. ARNO Fashionable Tailot No. 306, Franklin Street, (leaning, Dyeing and Repairng Satisfaction Guaranteed. *• f S q £C ^ ca. hH C? CD ill-zHp _Si2 s p D Q !►!! “ *\>o «?s? S h r c 05 s5.r. « £» rr o 2. CA 3 £ =r CC QJ a EL - "® cx» ct- . . :si.g | ^ 2. W ^ p ^t-g § & 0 ST g-STtsS-. S* m<! ® f_ & S uj 0 . ■—< - “ et> ^ •§ r< c? .=•4 M’s m§B^ P'S*.2- S -® h> 1 |? ap * 3 2? [_. g'E5' ^ D ^ 1 < r If 52 H Tj ?-¥Z° ~ £ — IeLFi a o3 FOr S Wy CD ■£ s-5 =.® c I j p I 3 5>“c, ?Uf s p «H = :?'? -a S' ^ ® 1.1 =• IfeH S 7 f: -" ? p ®, IF & ^ John D. Caldwell 233 WEST FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI. - OHIO. • (Scud for Catalogue ami I'ure Mat.) Manufacturer of and Dealer in Masonic ^Supplies! Masonic Books, Blanks, Ballot Boxes, Collars, Aprons, Gavels, Jewels, Letter < l M. C. Pillars, Altars, Trowel.*, Officer's Stands. The herer Blue Lodge Claris. Canvass, Cable Tow, Warden, COLUMNS, ETC., ETC. Royal Arch Chapter Robe3. fewels, Collars, Aprons, Ara, BANNERS. ETC. Oommanderies K. T. full supplies, and outfits for the Sir Knights. W.- also sell G U O O F. Goods and Patriarchie Suits. Address, JOHN D. CALDWELL, MASONIC SUPPLY CO., :J3 W 4*h St. Cii.ciniiHti, Ohio kn'owiuj-: coi.LKfu:. College, Normal, or common school courses. Fifty Five Dollars a year will cover ail expenses of board, tuition, fuel, light, and furnished rooms. Girls over six, and boys over 14 are provided for as well as young men and women. Term begins Sept. 2nd. Send for catalogue to PROF. J. S. MoCULLOCH, Knoxville, Ten a.