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gtools: to be con-vertedL into OastL
d_xxring the next four weeks.
Handsome Challie formerly 7 and 8c. now 5 cents,
plaid and Stripe Lawns reduced from 20c. to 13c.
Double width all wood dress goods 17 cents,
parasols, Pans, Laces, Embroderies and Silk Mitts
at half their former value. Ladies and Misses wig
warms 75c. Strap slippers 90c. worth 150. Low
cut shoes reduced 25 per cent. Gents Clothing and
Furnishing at unheard of Prices.
BERSTEIN k LOWENTHALjk Leaders ot Lei Prices
'TaTLKDAY JULY 12th, 1890.
-Social circles quiet.
—Tlicrc is talk of reviving the M.
t litter#.')'.
-Huntsvilie’s fame sprea’s as a
superb summer resort.
—Huntsville has a splendid open
ing for a colored law \ c r.
—Republican County Executive
Committee meets today.
-Excursion to Monte Sauo, by
the united Sunday sclioo’s of the
county today.
—The Republican District conven
tion is called to meet at Decatur Au
gust the I) h, 1890.
- Evening Star Lodge No. 0 meets
in regular month y communication,
Monday night.
—Idaho lias been admitted into
the sisterhood of states. W e now
have 43.
—The bridge o\er he Flint River
ou the \1. & C. U R. near Browns
boro was burned last Monday night.
—Our excursion folks, to Nash
ville are all at home and well satiss
tied w th their trip
— Mr. R. H. Pleasant and Miss
Bertie Chalmers were married here
tat Saturday.
-The Hon. Board of Mayor and
Adermen will meet in regular 'ses
sion Tuesday night June 15th, inst
anil elect teachers of t' e city scho Is.
-The registration books for
Huntsville precinct will be open at
the Court House in the Clerk’s office
until Saturday July 19th 1890.
—Pension Ageut W. H. Gaston
succeeded in col'ection a ponsiou for
W'His Mastin, this week amounting
to$57633 andllart Mastiu for $060
-The West ern & Atlantic Rail
road of Georgia has been leased to
tiie Nashville Chattanooga and St.
Louis Railway Co., for 29 years.
Mr. L. C. Jones, who has been
teaching at Galloway Texas, orders
the <tazette to Ramer, McNairy Co.
—Louis V. Clark, the supposed,
murderer of Win Youngblood, whose
body was found floating in the Ten*
uossee river some time since, is in
the county jail here.
—Miss M. L. Clay entertained
'1 "'L Arnold, of the class of ’90,
4r*i University, and a few friends
<L’d‘a delightful tea party atjthe res
‘flce°t her father in Davis Grove
'Tuesday evening.
^-Vou Wa'H the beat cream in the
;ltv go to the M ASCOTT ice cream
216 West Holmes St.
A i
lib ^d('^COl,k wanted at my house.
cral wages Apply at once to
Bell Factory, Ala.
Nqh n ^ .
' n J Taylor’s Speech
^ *' delivered before the
|Sj v|ltlSS Ht l^*e Sitate Normal
V vtl V a/'lmsheeu published and
t%lv5Ut *°m Bay’s news stand.
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Vi,| Ba
ar8ains for This Week.
- Blouses and shirtwaists 34c.
Rest|e ‘ '! NEW-MAN A CO.,
Vii,Qts 1U* ^eeples9 Dry Goods
Mr. W. L. Clay went to Birming
ham on business last Sunday.
Mr. Calvin Jones was in to see us
last week.
Miss Lilly C. Bradford made a
trip to Decatur one day this week.
Mr, John Marquis and wife are
stopping with his fatherinlaw. Mr.
Milton Williams.
M iss Eliza McCally has gone to
Decatur to teach music during the
Mrs. G. M. tlundley has gone to
Blount Springs A'a., to spend the
heated terra.
Miss Lula Kirkling of Nashville
Tenn , is the guest of Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Turner.
Mr. Iverson Wiley of Birmingham
Ala., orders the Gazette to Chat
Mr. Wm. Everhart an old citizen
of this place but now of Chattanooga
is in the city and will spend the sum
mer here.
Mr. A. R. Jackson, who has been
staying at the State Normal, since
the close of school returned to his
home Thursday.
Hon. W. P. Williams of Meridian
ville, Mr. James Isaacs of Dan and
W. H. Blankensip Esq., were in
towu last Saturday.
Mrs. Annie Meekin of Cauton
Ohio, sister of Mr Ed D. Pope is in
the city and will spend the summer
here with her mother, Mrs. Nannie
Ladies and children unaccompan
ied receive our best attention at the
MASCOTT ice cream parlor.
Somerville News.
Somerville Ala., July 7th, 1890*
Editor Gazette:
Crops are needing rain very badly
and if it does not rain very soon they
will fall very far behind.
W. T. Breeding has returned home
from Tuscumbia, where he has been
engaged the last ten months in teach*
ing. He will spend the greater part
of vacation heie after his return from
the north, leaving here yesterday for
St. Paul Minnesota to attend the
National Teachers Association, and
expects to visit Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati and Chicago.
Rev. J. J. Jamar pastor of the C.
M. E. church preached at Curries
Chapel last Sunday.
Quite a number of teachers will
open their summer school this week.
Hunting is in ordar during the
dry weather.
Wheelers are preparing to give a
barbecue at the close of the county
wheel meeting at Mt. Zion school
hou-e July 27 and 28.
Go to the M ASCOTT ice cream
parlor for pure jursey cream.
• 216 West Holmes St.,
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Wanted; W ooljPickers.
Fifty (50) liands-men or women,
wanted to pick wool. Apply to
H. Wind,
501 Washington St.,
12-1 m. Huntsville, Ala. j
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Judge Taylor issued the following li
censes to wed yesterday: R. H. Pleas
ants to Gertie Chalmers; George Vann tot
Lizzie Gulley; Jesse Webster to Pinkies
D. Baker. 1
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Decatur, Ala., July 23rd 1890.
Editor Gazette.
The grandest affair of the season
was the musical and literary enter
tainment given in honor of Dr. W.
E. Sterrs, at Institute Hall, last
Monday night.
Misses Bettie Malone, Athens;
-Alace M. Vassar, Nashville; L. C
Bradford and Eliza McCallv,
Huntsville, were participants in the
concert wLich added much to the in
terest and made it a grand success.
There were also some home talent
employed all of wham did well. Miss
Fannie Higgins and Mr. John Page
brought forth applause by their sing
ing; while Misses Malone and Vas
sar their sweet singing and were fre
quently called back amidst wild ap
plauses. Misses Bradford and Me -
Cally presided alternately at the
piano with much credit to them
selves. There were a great many
present to witness the grand occas
ion. The ministers of the city made
some good and pointed speeche'.
Alter which many of the citizens
made encouraging remarks. It was
a grand success due the untiring ef* I
fort of Hon. H. V. Cashin.
^ Mr. J. H. Thomason and daughter, j
Ella of Birmingham were in the city:
Miss Eliza McAuley is in the city for
the purpose of teaching music.
Bible services at the C. M. church
Thursday night.
Plenty hot weather and water mel - j
ons. Rellim. I

Wanted: 100 poople to try a sau
cer of our pure jersey ice cream to
morrow. - THE MASCOTT.
The Huntsville Market.
Meats—Bulk Meat 6, to 6fc. Bacon
Strips, 8J to 9c. Country Hams 12 to
12$e. Sugar Cured Hama, 121 to 14Jc.
Country Shoulders 8}£ to 9p. Breakfast
Bacon 9 to 10c.
Lard—8 to 9c.
Corn Meal—60 to 65c. Pearl Bolted
Meal 70c.
Shelled Corn 55 to 60c.
Hay—Millet and Clover 60 to 75. j
Sugai—Granulated, 71 to 81c. Light1
Brown, 6} to 7Jc.
Molasses— 40 to 60c.
Coflee—Bio, 20 to 23c.
Crackers—7 to 12e.
Coal Oil—175 test, I7e. 150 test, 12c.
Chickens from Wagons—10 to 15c.
Milet Seed, 70 to 75.
Flour—$4 75 to $6.00.
Teacher's Institutes.
Huntsville, Ala., June 18, 1890.
Under the auspices of the State of
Alabama, and Dr. J. L M
the Agent of the Peabody
following Institutes for colored teach
ers will be held:
Birmingham, July 21,22, 23, 24, 25.
Columbiana, July 28, 29, 30.
Hartsell, August 1 and 2.
Florence, August 13,14, 15, 16.
Courlland, August 20, 21, 22.
Hnntrifrille, August 25, 26,27,28,29.
Let every teacher turn out. Coun
ty andTownshipSuperintendents are
encouraging the work, and will al
low you pay for the time you are at
the Institutes. The best methods of
teaching and all other subjects of in
terest to the live teacher will be dis
cussed. Respectfully,
We regtet to learn that Prof. J. A.(B.
Lovett will soon leave our city to take
charge of a High School at Blountsville,
Ala. For several fears past Professor
Lovett has been ia charge of the Hunts
ville Graded Schools, and by energy,
good management aad skill, as an educa
tor his efforts have been crowned with
success* HU departure from our city
will be universally regretted, his place
will be hard to fill, aad the best wishes
of our community will attend him in his
| new field.
| NEW3 'N 3RIEF.
A « ••Iitleo.ut .on of lute resting Item* n
— Various Kulgoct*.
Mains. halter, ill-health, Y.r
swales, h„i.
i K-orgy *. arr. aged 16, was drown***! ir
Kvn isv.de. Inti.
i liu liid.ana editorial excursion is at
1 -»> III |*( t.
Ju.igv H. b. liay breaks upon Montgoin
f*rj, co'inty, Ky., as a candidate for con
Joim 0. Taylor got three years at
hvauavillc, Ind., for shooting John Os
loe Republicans of the Seventh Illinoii
dis; r;ct renominated Gen. Henderson fo.
congre is.
Engineer John Tomlinson was killed In
a wreck on the Orauge Belt railroad near
Mexico. Fla.
In the vicinity of Wilkesbarre, Pa., two
acres of surface have caved in, silking
many houses.
John Hiller was pierced to death by a
•liver thrown from a planing machine In
New York city.
Mrs. Alice Shaw has signed a contract
to go to St. Petersburg and whistle for the
caar and nobles.
George Alitt, of Massillon, O., died front
injuries-received iu the Schucker's mine,
lie i«*ve« a family.
Democrats of the Nineteenth Pennsyl
vania district nominated Frank E. Belt*
hoover for congress.
The Chicago directors of the worid’f
fair have formally declared a preferem*
for the lake front site.
Near Shoals, lud., Charles Morrison
aged about 3s years, was struck by light
nmg aud instantly killed.
At Canton, O , Henry Popp was con- ■
victed of murder iu the lirst degree for I
the killiug of Moms Urether.
Mrs. Harriet Peters died iu Baltimore
x nduy a colored woman woose tree
papers show her to be 110 years of age.
Ihe Pythian conclave will be held in
Milwaukee, week of July 7 to la. A fuud
■ f **>l,0U! is assured i.u m.iae it u big af
fair. * ,
uomi Swiiitou, of New York, the veteran
Journalist, is iu Com ton, accompanied by
uis >• ile, aud is slowly regaining Uia
U'oKtn Health.
Fiudisy, O., census enumerators have
beeu ordered to go over their work agaiu
in oide. to verify the returns, it is ex
pected mis will show a population of du.
liie Indiana Midland railway Las coiu
menceU a li.euvy utile extension ot their
road from iimwu’s Valley to the Park
county co.«l holds iu wliicn the company
is iulcio-le.i,
L. K. Francis and w ire and Miss Carrie
Coraehsop have beeu expelled irom tiie
Christiau cuurcii at Hichinoud, Kv., tor
beiug followers ol the Illinois Curut—
John Tallin aud Minerva Harmon, of
Bell couuiy, Ky., run uuead ot u.-.tui
folks for Uiiecu miles, climbed over the
stale Uh« into Indiana, and were married
at J etfersi u vnie.
Over 3b,tMi ciiecks pas-ed through the
sub-treasury at New lois. the oilier oav,
ana overjHB.uOd.uuu paid out. inis is ilie
heaviest-single day’s uusiuess in lluc his
tory of the sub-treasury.
Browustowu, ind., burgi.trs will strike
for shorter hours anil higher wages, i wo
of them worked all night to blow . j.e Ohio
aud Mississippi uiltce sale, alio got but
forty-five ecu is tor their pay.
Samuel Oppenueluier at Comp my, of
New York, have loosed uiu loo ol i ,i-,r
cutlers, niakihg twelve iirms in all n ov
Who bUVe Invited their moil oui. .Voodu
T,0(XJ men and women are idle.
President Fulda, tyf file California Ath
letic club, has asked the aliotiley general
of tiie state to bring sot to dole rim no
whether the pugilistic ir..i.»uiuii, giveu
before the ciub are illegal .tons.
1’lie jury iu tiie case of Corcoran ami
A lde .• u i auelect Me A bee, w.io were on
trial at Ciricago for alleged w uoiesale elec
tion frauds during tne last election, ro
turued a verdict acijiiutiug tiie prisoners.
The safe of 1-ew is M. Biller, Isiokmaker,
at No. 413 West Ninth street, Kansas
City, was opened by burglars Thursday
night, who secured #3,uui iu cash, #SUQ
worth of diamonds aud about #3U0 in
At Home City, lud., a pbilaiitbroplo
whirlwind picked fish out ot the lake aud
carrisd them into the hotel parlor. That
whirlwind had evidently slopped at the
hotel itself aud knew what tut- guests
The Park National bank, of Chicago,
clsed its doors Friday. . Its stock was at
par the day before. Ue president claims
that it is solvent aud will reopeu iu a few
days, when the United ' Suites examiner
has determined its status.
Albert Brown, of Columbus, O., ar
rested for lunucy, has beeu discovered to
be the mau who was accused of uomplio
ity iu the estruction of the couuty plats
iu the court-house lire eleven years ago
and who has beeu missing ever siuce.
President Frothiugbam, oi the Michi
gan Slate Medical society, churges
homeopathists with being charlatans aud
quacks, aud urges regular physicians to
argauise for the purpose of having
homeopathy put out of the state univers
"The frieuds of Kobe Burrows,” the
AlalHtma outlaw, have warned Post
master Faulkner, of Kennedy, that state,
to leave the place Postoftice iimpectora
have beeu sent there to investigate the
matter. Faulkner's predecessor iu tha
oflice was shot by-J4urruw »,
All Alllliuil Muntir.
Mobile, Ala., June *8.—A rj»ecial to
lhe New* froiu Gunther* vilie, Ala.,
0ays Col. J. L. rihetti' ld, chief clerk in
the office of the slate superintendent of
education, shut and instantly killed
Ain j. Mack Muy, a prominent citizen, of
Guuthersviile, Friday. The trouble
grew out of some domestic troubles.
A Policeman'* Dig Flint.
Lackosse. Wis., June 33.—The police
found hidden in a lumber yard Friday
night a sample case containing ^J.OUU
worth of jewelrv belonging to au agent
for Norris & Allister. of Chicago. The
case was stolen at tlie depot at Waverly,
towa. and Michael Haley has lt-eu ar
rested charged with the crime.
Missouri Tows Destroyed by Fire.
Mobkkly, Mo., June 28.—Higbee, ten
miles from here, is reported to have been
almost destroyed by hre. Aid Las been
asked from this city, Higbee is a tmall
town, and its building^^reiuostly frame
structure*. Jir'ZTr
Porter Denies It.
Washington, June 33.—The report
that the superintendent of the consul
has authorized supervisors to give out
osusus figures is denied by Mr. Porter.
He says the report is without founder
J. B. Bradford & Co.,
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*■ Poiilors j_____
Staple and Fancy Groceries
North Side of the Square. Telephone 42.
We are now.prepared to offer the BEST and
CHEAPEST line of Groceries the market afford 3.
Kingans Hams, Boneless Ham),
Canvass Shoulders, Flour,
Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Mictcerel.in kits an!
We have a full line of all classes of CAM AMD BOTTLE GOOD^
and cant be beat on
We especially call your attention to our
Which is the finest ir. the market for light bread and biscuit. Try it
and you will have no other. We also keep a full line of Candies a 1
Crackers and will always sell at the lowest living prices. Give us a cal.,
J. B. Bradford & co.
Youri, anxious to plMM._
Ask your dealer for Ed. L. Huntley A Co.'S
If our gooda are net in. the bends of some
STOREKEEPER in your section, you can PRO
largest Mail-Order Wholesale Clothixo House
in the world, at prices that will MAKE YOUB
eyes snap and KEEP YOU guessing bow we can
afford TO DO IT. If your DEA&B do~ not
keep our goods, sand to ns and we WILL fur
nish you a Suit or Overcoat, express or mail
paid, on receipt of price. We will win and bold
your patronage if you try us with an order I We
have built up this immense business by our
PAINSTAKING methods, and by doing by oth
ers as we would be done by, '
Ed. L. Huntley A Co., Style Originators.
In ordering Suits or Overcoats observe
strictly following rules for measure
ment : Breast measure, over vest, close up ua
der arms. Waist measure, over pants. Inside
teg measure, from crotch to heeL
References-^ National Bank of Chi
cago^ capital $3,000,000 ; Continental National
Bank of Chicago, capital $2,000,OWL
ED. L HUNTLEY & CO., Manutacf
arers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing
for Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 124
MarketSt, Chicago, III P. 0. Box 667.
Land Office at Huntsville, Ala. t
July 11, 18!W. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled uotiue of his intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, aud
to commute to ca li aud that
said proof will lie made before the Register
and Receiver at Huntsville, Ala., on
3Ssl Sajrsf August lfttMI.
viz: Adjoining Farm Homestead Entry No.
19420 George M. Todd, for the North half of the
Northeast quarter Section 11 Towns’, ip 3 bouth
Range 3 East.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of,
said land, viz:
John Vandever, Walter W. Maples, Lafayette
Moon, William Hire, all of Holly Tree Ala
7-12 90. Register.

Land Office at Huntsville, 1
Alabama, May, 27th, 1890. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named seller has tiled notice of his intention to
make tinal p oof in support of bfs claim, and
that said proof will tie made beiote rhe Register
aud hew-Tver at Huntsville Ala., on
■h* I7«h liny of July IMMl,
viz: Homestead entry No. LVWJ Abner B ' lung,
for the East lntlf of noutwest quarter Suction 14
Township 1 Range 2 East.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous jysidenee upon aud cultivation of,
said laud viz:
Thomas Howard, New Market Ala.
Richard Hudson, ••
William Pruitt, “ “ “
William Hudson, " •*
5-3-90-01. Register.
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