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(Commercial Row, Peace’s Old Store.) CROWDED FOR ROOM. NO PLACE TO !> SHOW OUR GOODS. WE MUST SELL THEM TO GET ELBOW ROOM. THIS SACRIFICE SALE IS FROM NECESSITY, NOT CHOICE. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF AND B E CONVINCED. OUR MILLINER IS WITH US YET AND WILL TRIM A HAT FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EWER BEFORE._ HERSTEIN & LOWENTHAL, Leaders of Low Pric es. WBBK1.Y GAZETTE SATURDAY JULY 13th. 188ft. xTlt. FIliLDING CONTRACTOR, real estate And Rental Agent. Teiry Building, Second Ave. & 19:h St. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Fresh cool Lage Beer always on | tap. The finest [stock of Native & Foreign Wines in the city, to be found at the Sa loon of W F. STRU\E DR. A. B SHELBY. Office and Residence, 305, Franklin St. HUNTSVILLE, - - ALABAMA. Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. M- and 3 to 6 p. m. Calls in town and country will be promptly attended. Residence at flee. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LrNE EAST AND WEST — IS THE— Memphis4 Charleston Railroad WITH Four Daily Through Trains, Four Pullman Sleepers. making all important connections East via Lynchburg and Washington. NO. 2 NO. 4 I.eav Huntsville.f> 05 a m.5 45 p m Arrive Chattanooga . .!0 20 a in.9 35 p m Knoxville. 3 05 p m.1 SO a m •• Bristol. S 00 p in.C 20 a m " Roanoke. 2 25 a in.12 30 p m “ Lynchburg. 4 15 a in.2 25 p m “ Washington.1113 am.... 9 40 p in '• Baltimore.12 46 noon 1135 pm " Philadelphia...3 10 p in.3 00a m “ New York.5 50 p m.... 6 20 am Kua via Harrisburg No. 2 No. 4 Leave Huntsville.6 05 a in. 5 45 p m Arrive Roanoke.2 25 a in.12 30 p in “ Lurav.K04am. 6 35 pm “ Hagerstown.11 40a in.9 55 p m ' Harrisburg.3 00 p 111. 2 20 p ill " Philadelphia.6 50 p m.4 25 a in “ New York.9 5 i> m.7 10 a in No. 2 carries Pullman Buffet Vestibu'e Drawing Room sleeper to Washington via Lynchburg. No. 4 carries Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeper to New York via Harrisburg. .No 2 No t 1 save Huntsville.6 05 a m.5 45 p m Arrive Norfolk.1 25 pm.9 4 p m ” Richmond .12 OOu m.s 15 a m Connections for Atlanta and Florida jaiints in I'uion Depot, Chattanooga will) Through sleep er, ( hat tanooga and Jacksonville. West bound via Memphis Xo 1 No l^ave Huntsville.10 ;i> p m.12 25 p m Arrive Memphis. 6 In a m. S 20 p m " Little Rock. 2 15 p m. 7 20 a m ‘ Fort Smith .10 40 p m. 2 2J p in " Texarkana. 8 20 p m 2 50pm “ Kansas City. 8 05 a m. Wiih close connection beyond. Through tickets and cheeks. bwwkixx c a DeSAUSsURE, bl’ATA AGFA Knoxville, Tenn Memphis, Tenn. HI. KoK'SKI.L. Huntsville. Ala. 2I01yr LEMON'd COLORED HOTEL DECATUR, ALABAMA. **1 rst-cI ass acci > m m odati o n. N»m H A V. Ntliiiliili'. [t'ORIiEiTED ] The new schedule for the M & C. trains taking effect to~day, is as follows: GOING WEST. So 1 arrives 10:30 p. m. 3 arrives 9:50 a. m. GOING EAST. K°- - arrives 5:15 a. m. 4 arrives 0:13 p. m. —8erv ces at all the churches to morrow. — The Reading club meets next Meek at the residence of Miss M. L. It is proving quite a suc cess. PERSONAL. Congressman Wheeler was in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. David Garth of Nashville, Tenn., are stopping at the Carter House. Mr. D. B. El let was called home lrom Chattanooga last Sunday to the bedside of his sick mother. Mr and Mrs. Bishop ©f Jonesboro, Ark., are in the city. Mr. Bishop is in bad health and came here to. recupei ate. Sir Kt ight Iverson Wiley, cf Bir mingham, is eu route to Cleveland, Ohio to attend the g.aud conclave. Mrs. Mary Jane Conally leaves to-night, to join her husb nd at Bay* ard, New Mexico. Mr. Jabez C. Street the courte ous and affable Ex*Receiver is out of the city a few days with his family for recreation. Miss Nannie Hall of the Nashville city school faculty,is spending sever" al weeks of vacation in the city, the guest of Mr and Mrs. James Hall. Vr. Joe Johnson, of Chattanooga Mr. Win. Lo kheart and W. Sam .Scott of Decatur An , were up on business this week and registered at the Carter House. Mr. W. W. Derrick orders his Gazette to Horse C eek, Ala., where he has charge ' of a summer school. The good people of that community may congratulate them selves upon the acquisition of such a worthy and efficient teacher. —Give the new trade store a call. — Sii l the rains descend. —Send the children to Sunday school. —Odd Fellows Lodge Tuesday night. —The Immaculate Courts spread a banquet in honor of Dr. Hadley Thursday night. Will Brgla Wwrfc Angnal l.l Messrs. 0. H. P. Cornell and M. R. Campbell, of the Cincinnati, Alabama <t Atlantic Railroad, spent yesterday in the f*ity. Mr. Cornell talked very confidently of the early completion of the road. He said everything was working smoothly and moving along slowly hut surely, and 'hat work will certainly begin by the Utof August. He said that the con tractors, Thompson & Mattinglay, had everything in readiness to commence work at once, and would begin by Au gust 1st, as called for in their contract, and would push the work as rapidly as possible. Vests'day evening’s train on tie Monte Sano It.iilway carried up quite a nutuber of guests to the Hotel. Every day adds more to the number already there. Thk commissioners issued an order re* quiring the Memphis & Charleston road to erect a depot at Gurleys, a station on said road near the line of Madison and Jackson counties. This is represented as a very important point on the Mem phis and Charleston road, and us Having one of the most important industries of the south located there—a cedai pencil factory.—Tuskaloosa Gazette ■ Black Sillr Mitts 25 cents. Fast Black Ladies Hose 25 cents. 20 cents Sateens 10 cents. 20 cents Batistes 10 cents. Sheer White India Lawn 10 cents. Best Ginghams 7% cent. Fancy Colored Lawns 3 and 5 cents Parasols and Fans at cost. Good Comets 25 cents, s a wky M. M. NEWMAN A CO. Nborl Chapter on Sh am. We claim that we have the «c'tiimpest line of shoes in Huntsville I Ji addition to our regular lines of P. Pox Shoes which are the very best i »<ode. We have Kid Shoes in Lace and 1 fcatarn. Glove tops $1 00. Old Ladies Kid Shoes $1.00. Old Ladies Seamless $1 25. Dungola Kid Button Oper*. CS $J 50 Dongols Kid Butt, n extra Jfe.nr, $2.00. Kid Opera Slipper.-1. 50c. Kid Opera Ties $1 00. A special line of Men Shoes S-il.75. All of the above are Sped, u Bargains and are worth fully one ihiurd more money than we ask for them M. M. NEWM/LN A CO. Cost Sale. All of our stock of Dress G oods Milli nary Goods, Trimmings, Bu ttorn , Silks. Inn ported Sateens and Chatties ;at strict COHt. M. M. KEWMAN" A CO. The ladies of the 2nd O. P. church wid have a grand entertain ment for the benefit of their *church next week, July 21. PENSIONED. Claim Agent VVm. H, ijhastun scored a signal success last week by securing a pension of over Eleven Hundred Dollars ($1100) for ACr. Allen Walker, living near Alt ridian ville. Eld. Gaston has made quite a seccess in the line of business, and parties interested would do well to consult him in their cases. —Aii enjoyable Tea party was royally entertained by Mass Mar}’ L. Brown Tuesday evening last at the residence of officer and Airs. S. J. Pentecost. Among bhose present were Misses Susie P. Mastiu and Bettie Bentley Dr. Hendley, of Nashville and <lYe” Rditor. — A New Store. A new enterprise by a colored com pany was put on f. ot last week, which we wish lo see a great success. It is a first class grocery establish ment under the auspices of theHuot. • vil e Trade Co., Rev. J. J. Smith President. The store is under the management of Messrs Chas. Dun more and Win, H. Walker Jr. THE COUNTY HIK EM. Contract* Awarded for Building. The commissioners have been busy . the last two days in unraveling the turn- 3 pike problem and figuring up the bids ' for their construction, that were opened k Monday. There were thirteen bids in all! and the contract was awarded to Darnell A Lane Company, of Indiana, theirs be ing the lowest bid offered. This company takes the contract for the entire system, with the excepti'tn of the Madison and Triaim pike, at an. av erage of $2,000 per miie. The repr- gen tativea have returned hntoe t>> mat' the n quired bond aid wilt i« gin w* k as soon as ait the vecfSbuty ai targe a ents ’ have been made. Ttte commissioners can 1.0 » t-e! re-j lieved, ’o soni’; extent, ns 'tie biggest i part of their work is finish* d Tue work now in the hands of the c**ntrac‘ors and tire engineer employed for the county. The labors of the c'mm’saioners in at ranging tliese matters and details have been arduous, and trying, at tiim-s, and they deserve great credit for the satisfac tory manner in which they have man aged the business for the county. FOR DYSPEPSIA l’it Brown’s Iron Bitters. Physicians recommend it. All dealers keep it. *1.00 per bottle. Genuine hM trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper - ■■ B A*"’ ■ ■■ JOHN L. ARNO Fashionable Tailori No. 306, Franklin Street. Cleaning, Dyeing and Re pair ng j Satisfaction Guaranteed. toning on the Eastern Toast . of the Dark Continent. 7ihe Village of Tanga Born barded and Occupied. A Coldness Between the German Agent and Captain Uissman — Englishmen Alarmed Lest the Excited Socialists of Europe Make London Their Headquar tore Other Foreign News. Zanzibar, July 12.—The Germans nave bombarded and occupied Tanga. The natives made ouly a slight resist ance to the German attack, the only casualty sustained being the wounding of one German soldier. Capt. Wiss mann is still at Pangani. Other Enat African Matters. Col. Evan Smith is expected to re turn in September, after a conference on Zanzibar affairs at Berlin. His re turn will not be welcomed by the sul tan, who suffered much indignity at his hands, and who prefers to deal with Mr. Portal, who is more polite. A marked coldness exists between the German agent and Capt.. Wismann. It is thought possible that Busbiri has gone to attack the German station at Mpaapwa, which is close to the Brit ish mission. There are only two Ger mans at Mpaapwa. which is 500 miles from Saadaui and Bagamoyo. EXILED SOCIALISTS. IT Switzerland Gets Too Hot They May Make London a Kendi zv us. Lovnox. July 12. —It is reported from Berne that the baud of exiled Socialists now located in Switzerland have already been made to feel the pr essure of the government officials now exerted in response to the repre sentations made by Germany, Russia and Austria, and that they liave con cluded'to leave Switzerland. Kuglishiuaji Getting Nervous. The probability that London will now *ecome the rendezvous for these hunted patriote is already making Euglishmeu norvous and some of the newspapers here are demanding that the govern ment take steue to make London as hot for them os Switzerland is likely to be come. Drifting Into Socialism. In this connection it is interesting to note that while Englishmen as a rule are as pronounced as ever in the detesta tion oi and abhorrence for Socialists, they are drifting every day deeper and deeper into Socialism; while deriding the upholders of the theory they are embracing with whole-souled enthusi asm the theory itself. And this is going on not only without protest from, but with the actual approval of politicians who would be most indignant if called ^Socialists. Professor Fawcett, a strong individualist, claims the state mo nopoly in telephones, and Mr. 1 la,ikes, the postmaster general and a strong Conservative, is urging the exercise of fliis monopoly. Cabinet Member* Implicated. Professor Fawcett, too, was responsi for another big piece .of socialism—the parcel post—anu as for the present gov ernment almost every member of the cabinet has his portfolio full of Social ist schemes. Notwithstanding this, however, it is not at all probable that the exiles from Switzerland will be given a warm wel come by the generality of Englishmen. Deaf Mates’ Congress. Paris, July 13.—The international deaf mutes congress convened Wednes day. Delegates are present from the United States. England, Ireland, j Canada, Belgium, Russia, Switzerland, < Turkey, Austria and Spain, and they represent 150.000 deaf mutes in those countries. In connection with the con gress there is an exhibition of the latest mechanical and scientific appliances for the education of deaf mutes, and others for their comfort and well being. j The first day’s session was largely de voted to the work of organization. In the address of welcome by one of the local delegates the recent dedication in America of a statue to Dr. Gallaudel. the deaf mute friend, was feelingly referred to, and his work in founding the sys tem of instruction, at present employed in every deaf mute school in the United States, highly praised. A NVw Departure ill Church Work. London, July 13. — A Baptist congrega tion at Wolverhampton has determined on a new departure in church work by building a suite of rooms at the back ! of its chapel for social meetings. The plans provide for a smoking and billiard room and a bar for the sale of non-in toxicants. The movement is being, watched with considerable interest. Swiss-German Treaty to Be Renounced. London, July 12.—The Standard's correspondent at Geneva says: The Swiss goverinent, in a note to the Ger man government, denies the latter s light to control the granting of permis-1 sion to Germans to reside in Switzer land. The Bundesrath expects that Germany, on receipt of the note, will renounce the Swiss-German treaty of J87<>. Miner* Tlire tte.i to (* » Out Again. JlEUiiiN, Julv 12. At a mas meeting of miners at }>ortumud Wednesday, at will-ill lie IT Scliroe lev presided, it was unanimously decided that unless the owners fulfilled their promises the strike should be renewed. Some of tlie more excitable of the men advocated a resort to dynamite, but they were promptly squelched. International Anti-slavery Colic res*. Brussels, July 12. Cardinal Lavi- ' gene’s international anti-slavery con- ! gross will sit <it Lucerne from the 4th j to 11th of next month. The cougress J will be divided into two committees for ! discussion of various quest ious on tlie program. _ Dinner to Mr. and Mr*. Lincoln. London, July 12.—Mr. William Henry Smith, lirst lord of the treasury, gave a dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Lincoln, the American minister, and Mrs. Lincoln. There was a large and aristocratic party in attendance. Chasing: Dervishes. Cairo, July 12.—Gen Grenfell lias issued a warning to the natives. Al though the dervishes were defeated at Arquin, they succeeded in marching north wand. Hie English and Egyptian troops going to the scene of the disturb I anee are sent there for the purpose of ! driving the dervishes beyond the I frontier. Any one caught trafficking ■ with the dervishes will sutler the pen alty of death. CoL Wodehonse reports that the march northward continues, ! and that the Egyptians are moving <>u a parallel line. Four field guns have been sent to Assouan. * --— I(as.4fll HarrUon Viglri th^ ComnirniH. London. July 12. — Russell B. Harri son, son of the president of the United States, visited the house of commons j Wednesday in company with Mr Henry ; "White, of the American legation. -- Trouble in Crete. j Athens, July 12. -The newspapers : hete report that an entente in C rete is imminent Foreign Notes. Mr. Henry Chaplin has been offered the office <jf British minister of agriculture with out a seat in the cabinet. Tbe editor ot Tha Flenisbmirg Avis has been sentenced to a year’s imprisonment for publishing offensive articles. The striking Clyde riveters have compro mised with tfte ship builders, and the latter’s lockout has been withdrawn. There has been a heavy fail it* sugar in London on the refusal of tile German syndi cate to continue the purchases. The Snowdon mountain, the loftiest moun tain in Wales, has been sold for £5, tod. It forms part of a freehold estate. The French chamber of deputies has adopted a bill providing for me purchase of telephones by the state. Tlio sessions of the ? -chambers will close on Saturday. 31o action will be taken cm the Spanish t bndg.-t or the Cuban conversion scheme uu I nd '. t»‘ next session of the cortes. The deluy - is dae to the obstructive tactics of the oppo ! sitkm. j The Hungarian Deyufy Herr Heutaller I and the director of the Sz gedm theatre fought a duel with swords yesterday, in which Herr Heutaller so badly wounded his antagonist that lie cannot recover. Enqieror William, of Germany, will con tinue his yachting tour north as far as WU helmshaven, which ho expects to reach by July CJ. From here he goes to Antwerp to meet King Leopold, of Belgium,^prior to his departure on his trip to England. The inquiry into tbe recent mine disaster at St. Elienne has resulted in establishing the fact that the explosion was duo to the negligence of a man who failed to notice the presence of fire-damp. Altogether 108 bodies have been recovered from the mine. Mayor’ll Court. The Mayor’s court was very quiet yes* terday, only one case being disposed of. Ernest Tibia was found guilty of disor derly conduct and fined So and eorts Mr. and Airs Wm P Richardson and (laughter, of New Orleans, arrmd in in the cit} last evening, to visit rtla tives and spend some time on Monte tsa'io. ^ ^ 0 Colored Teachers’ Institutes. — Under the auspices or the Slate | I Superintendent, Hon .Solomon Pal-j mer, Institutes w>M be h id at the following times and places Tuscumbia, July 8—13 Athens, Ju y 19 and 20 Scottsboro, July 20 and 27 Elvton, August, 12 and 13 Columbiana, August 9 and 10. Hartsell, August, 1, 2 and 3. Court land, Aug, 10 and 17. Florence, Aug,-Huntsv‘"e, Aug, 23 and 24. The foVowIng are among *'te sub jects to be discussed; 1. Arithmetic — F’ -st lessons; prima ry and practical; the best methods. 2. Reading—The alphabet, word, and phone ic methordsdiscussed. Teacners wi 1 give their expe ieu ces with any of these methods. The object of reading, emphasi and in flections. 4. Object teaching; its c airn.•> dis cussed. 5. Recitations and Recesses Discussed as to the best methods and time Calis thenics. 6. Grammar - Best methods; in struction systematically arranged Geography—How to begin; meth ods to aid the pupil’s memory; map drawing, and ho v to teach it 8 Singing'Its benefits; how to teach it. Teachers will prepare papers on subjects of interest to the teacher of to-day. Among others, the fol <>w in-: Spcl ing. lVnnaiiship Mur. s and Manners. I’romptnes , Hot ;o inietes' Dull I'upi Tin O: a" ion id a Urac <•■', fschu-c F..rui ure, ! Ac. A ' war’ll i> and I'-ic'iiF ofedu ciw.onar iii'iiiilln atii.nl Aldcj t ieuts will a>- t in the work Ii ist mi l r tin.I I:ms:cis wi ! no! d* dints anything . 0:11 _ esila iisui’ ’.c. ,:li ers fur time at a* idicg Ju- l.i |i y -g The Count" .Superinleu cuts are eiici.uraging .he work in every w;.y that ihtv can Cer.Abates of attendance w’ 1 be given to all teachers who attend Public meetings and addressee each night in the in teres of morals, tem perance and education. Let all work for success. Respectfully, W. H. Council, Conductor. IF TOUR RACK ACHES Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing it is general debility. Trv BROWN’S IRON BITTERS. It will cure you, and give a good appetite. Bold bj aU dealers in medicine. o LS to — - . 1 I ■5. i 7 I n tH n 'SI John D.Caldwell 233 WEST FOURTH STREET. CINCINNATI. - OHIO. (•Soil'I for L'atalogue an<l Price List.) Manufacturer of and Dealer in Masonic&Snpplies! Masonic Books, Blanks, Ballot Bores, Collars, Aprons, Gavels, Jewels, Letter < 1 M. C. Pillars, Alu rs. Trowels, Officer's "Stands. Tiie herer Blue Lid*) 1 dirts. Canvass, Cable Tow, Warden, COLUMNS, ETC., ETC. Royal Arch Chapter Robes. lewels, Collars, Aprons, Ark, BANNERS, El’C. Comoianderies K. T. full supplies, an I outfits for the Sir Knights. W“ also sell G 1J. O O. F. Goods and Patriarchie Suits. Address, JOHN D. CALDWELL, MASONIC SUPPLY CO., -33 \V 4th St. Cincinnati, Ohio !v\OXVILLK COLI.EGE. College, Normal, or conjiwjp school courses. | Fifty Five Dollars a year -will cover all expenses of board, tu1$ion, fuel, light, and furnished rooms. Gir.s over six, and boys over 14 are provided for as well as young men ami women. Term begins Sept. 2nd. Send for catalogue to PROF. J.S. McCULLOCH, Knoxville, Tenn.