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TO The Ladies! Our Fall stock is now complete; though it is! rather early, but take in | to consideration that it takes time to complete your outfit. After the jeon is further advanc- i gdour dressmakers are 13o busy. The result is, you are constantly dis jointed by delay. Avoid this by purchas ing yourDress early. Our prices were never as low and an inspection will convince you that we are ahead of all competition. Yard wide Bleached Domestic (no starch in it) 5c yard. Best brands of stand ard Prints 5c yard. Half-wool 27 in. Cash mere, all colors, 10c. Seamless fast black Hose, Q'/2 to Q%c. All Silk Windsor Ties 15 cents. AS GOOD AS NEW Is the way Fred Ilowe repairs patches and Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, etc. at Bottom Prices. FRED HOWE Will Sell You the “Old Reliable” ESTEY ORGANS At Bottom Prices, and on easy payments. See him about it. The I. C. of P. B. Meets die second Thursday night of each month in the basement of the M. E. Church. A. Week, 13. Bailey, F. Hall, B Frank in, \V. Leath, D. Jennings, committee, E. L. Seay, £ Jamah, President. Secretary. 6-30 94 Closing of Blue Spring School. Blue Spring Ala., Sept. 12. Kditi/r thudte: The Blue Spring School taught by Mr. Waiter Giavit closed a very successful session with an exhiois tion and picnic on the 22ud ult. which reflected great credit on the teacher and gave satisfaction to the j people. Mr. Gravit has made a good re ad ami we shall be pleased to lave him again. Milton Conley. The Sick. Among those on the sick list this week are Mrs. Lucy Donegan, Mrs. Lou Johnson; Miss Mary Cooper) Miss Jane McCalley, Mrs. Matilda Moore, Mrs. J. '3. Turner and Mis Fannie C. Nemore. New Grocery. Mrs. J. J. Smith has opened a new grocery store at her residence on West (J.inton street, and will keep constantly on hand first class groceries of all kinds and country produce. 6-30'94'3m REDUCE DERATES To the Republican District Convention. Reduced rates on the M. & C. 'ad between Stevenson and Tus ambja, have been secured to dele Ptes to the District Republican Convention at Decatur from Sep tember 18th to 20th inclusive. The found trip fare will be one and one third. M M Newman &. Co Are now receiving their fall stocks. Special bargains are being displayed. Dr this week they offer as special; D pieces all wool yard wide Dress t* "ils, black and colors at 34 cents per worth 50 cents. *’■* 'nc'i wide full Bleached ue L'utn at 59 cents, worth $1.00 , "ther bargains opening, ifnin- t*iing Department is displaying . • me of the Reliable Derby Hats at '• each We consider them the best 1 r the money on earth. M. M. Newman & Co. Died Hrrei.i.—At his residence on avenue Sunday, September 9, * H of typhoid fever, Mr. Robert errH, in his 36 \ ear. , Jerrell was a foud and lov_ ' *uU ail(l brother, an affectionate u band aud father and one of our citizens. To his dear mother, ,^rs’ brother, wife, children and ,en is we (,aii only poi- t to the of God that taketli away the of the Woild." if' 0f cotton were brought into ;t C yesterday and for about au hour T„. aS 'f l*le 8e,t80n was wide open. ir|u ranged from (U io G;,1 and was e &®^ng the buyers. OBITUARY. Special to the Huntsville Gazette. “All that is brightest must fade. The brightest still the tleetest, All that’s sweet was made, But to be lost when sweetest. How true are these words and how deeply felt in the bosoms, of the friends and relations of W. D. Bone. This young man was born at Mays vilie, Madison County, Ala, Oct. 28th, 1809. His earlier life was spent in his native state, but in the year of 1887, Sept 1st, he removed to Chattanooga. During his stay in this city, he has made many friends and was highly es teemed by those who knew him. He has held some important positions in society circles. He was at the time of his death president of the Joint Stock Investment and Banking Company. He was also secretary of the South Chatta nooga Republican Club and C. M. E. Sunday School. His health began to fail about May 1, 1894, aDd though as many as seven able and skillful physicians were em ployed their skill was baffled and on Aug. 10th, he sank to rest from all earth ly cares and anxieties. That body that had been tortured with mis-ry for four months, was stilled in death. That soul that for twenty five short summers, had been imprison ed, was loosed to appear before its mak er unfeitered. His remains was carried to Maysville, Ala., and put by the side of his mother ’ and two sisters to await that great Res surrection. He was buried with all the honors of the Ancient Order of A. F, & A. M., of which he was a member. He was a member of the C. M. E. Church and received Baptism by the bauds of Rev. F. A. Alexander. He leaves a father, step mothor, three brothers and one sister, a host of other relations and friends to mourn his lost. The grave has won thee Sleep on, dear boy, sleep on, lie'll know the way was dreary. When Jesus’ comes lie’ll know the leet grew weary. When Jesus comes.” Miss Addie McCalley was awarded the gold watch by the I. O. I. for selling the most tickets for their celebration here on the 24th ult. Mrs. E. H. Nelson, wife of Dr. W. H. Ncdsou. is on the sick list.—Mobile Del ta New's. Mrs. Nelson formerly resided here and her many friends will be sorry to learn that she is not well. Mr. Luciau Jones has moved his shoe shop up town, over the store of Mr. Isaac Gill. Born. To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Saturday. Sept. 1, 1894, a daughter. One of the most interesting polit ical gatherings recently held will take place at Decatur on the ISth when the Republicans of the Dis* trict gather there. A QUARTER CENTURY TEST, For a quarter of a century Dr. King’s New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have received benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long and that has given so universal satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief, or the money will be refund ed It is admitted to be the most re liable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bot tles Free at Anderson and Dements Drug Store. Large size 50c aud $1.00. [ Double width 35 inch ! Cashmeres, all colors, at 18c yard. i " The best Corset in this country for $1.00, and we fear no contradiction when we claim no equal for it. Made of French Coutille, boned through out and is made to con form to the shape. THE Trade Palace. Herstein & Loventhal PERSONAL.. Mr. F. L. Lane was in the city Satur day. Mrs. Dr. Henderson returned to Nash ville last week. Mr. Joseph W. Brandon was down from Poplar Ridge Monday. Judge L C- Coulson, of Scottsboro, was in the city this week. R. L *Hyde. Esq., was in from Normal Saturday. Mr. and Mrs 1‘reston Harvey were in the city last week. Messrs Joseph and S D. Bailey, of Madison, was in the city last week. Mr. T. C. Daniel was down from Maysville Saturday. Mr. Wyat Jordan was in the city on business Saturday. Mr. James Lane, was in the city Sun day. Messrs Flem Flemming, R. W. Braz elton and James W. Ackien was in from Berkley Saturday. Our esteemed friend, Thomas A. Dou glass, was down from Monte Sano the first of the week, Mr. Stauhope Logan, of Whitesburg, was circulating among friends in the city yesterday. Hon. O, R. Hundley returned last night from a stay of several weeks in Washington. Master Levert Coleman left yesterday for Auburn, where he will re-enter tLe State Agricultural College. Capt. Chas Echols, of the U. S. En gineering corps, is on sick sick leave, and is the guest of his fattier, Colonel W. H. Echols. Miss Bertha Townes and Su9ie Clay re turned yesterday evening from Mont gomery, where they attended the press meeting. Mis E ias Scruggs, of Memphis, was called home this week on account of the serious sickness of her mother, Mrs. Ma tilda Moore. Rev. E. M. Jones, pasto* of St. lJaul M. E. Church, at Birmingham, is carry ing on a protracted meeting with much mecess. Having had thirty converts and twenty three accessions to the church. OTTOMAN SUBJECTS. Those Teachers in Turkey Are Not Afrail of a Fair Trial. Washington, Sept. 13.—The state de partment is advised by a cablegram from Minister Terrell, at Constantinople, that the missionaries in charge of the schools in Marash and Aintab have decided that the teachers arrested on the charge of fomenting sedition among the na tives are Ottoman subjects, and, there fore, amenable to the local judicial tri bunals. Mr. Terrell will send either Secretary Riddle, of the legation at Constantino ple, or a consul located at some point nearer the schools, to make an investi gation. Officials of the board of missions in Boston, who have appealed to the state department to protect the teachers who have been arrested, have written to the secretary of state that they are willing to abide by the results of a fair trial, either in Turkish or United States con sular- courts. They express confidence in the innocence of the teachers, but say that if proved guilty they should bo punished. A COUNTY MUDDLE. The Governor of Florida Stop* an Election for County Superintendent. Vernon, Sept. 13.—Governor Henry L. Mitchell suspended Professor L. L. Charles from office, as county superin tendent of Washington county, on Oct. 17, 1893. On Nov. 14 the governor com missioned W. C. Lockey to hold the office until the next ensuing general election. The office was entirely vacant for nearly one month. Agreeable to the phraseology of Mr. Lockey's commis sion, Secretary of State John L. Craw ford ordered the election notice publish ed, which was done in the Chipley Ban ner, five times, giving notice to the voters. Professor Charles was imme diately put before the people by the Populists, and Mr. Lockey was put be fore the people by the Democratic ex ecutive committee. For some reason, the governor, last Friday, ordered the notice taken out of the paper, and there will be no election for school superin tendent in October. 4 REPRESENTATIVE HOUSES The following are among the leading i merchants, lawyers, dealers and busi ness men in Huntsville. Euyers will find them reliable and oc cupying a commanding position in their respective callings. FRANK H. NEWMAN, Dress Goods, I No. 2 Commercial Row. Grand dis ! play of Fall and Winter styles. Trimmings to match all dress goods. Magnificent line of the latest and most fashionable clerks, jackets, etc hats and shoes. Ready made drosses. Dresses made to order on short no<i tice. I HEKSTEIN & LOWENTHAL. Drv Goodsand Clothing Palace Em • porium, Northeast Corner Public Square. Stock full and complete. SHIELDS & CO, Fresh Kansas City Meats. Also fish and game. Choicest meats in the market. Everything fresh and neat. No better fitted market house . in the South. Stalls No. 2 and 3 j Market House. Headquarter No. 109 Washington street. A. R. CAMPBELL & CO., Commercial Row. Dry Goods Headquarters Special Summer Bargains in all Departments to close out our summer stock. New carpets for the Fall Trade arriving daily. TIMBERLAKE & NANCE, Contractors for all kinds of Rooting. Estimates made and work done promptly ana neatly. Tin plate, galvanized iron, smoke stacks, sor ghum pans. No. 6 Commercial Row. J. H. Me AN ELLY & BRO~ Dealer in Stoyes, Tinware, AgricuL tural Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, Guns, Powder, Loaded Shells, Cutlery, Hubs, Spokes, Rim Shafts, Field Seeds, Sash, Lime and Cement. GLENN WELLS, Dealer iu Hay, Feed, Coal aud Wood, agent for Jellico Mountain, Gamble Mine and Tracey City coal. Agent for Excelsior Cow Feed. I am now ready for your orders. Send them in. Prices as cheap as the cheapest. C, II. HALSEY, Agent, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in the celebrated Red Ash aud Bon Air Coal, for Steam aud Domestic pur poses. Order now at summer pric es Save money. ERNEST KARTHAUS, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Spec tacles, Diamonds, Solid Gold Jewel ry, Sterling Silver aud Aluminum Table Ware, Bronzes, Stationery, Fancy Lamps, Gold Pens, etc. Ar t.istic Engraving aud Finest Repair ing a Specialty. CARTER, WADE cS; CO. Furnitur Dealers. 101 and 10o Washington Street, op posite Market House Funeral Di rectors and Manufacturers of Mat cresses. Largest and most complete stock iu North Alabama. Freight paid on all orders of $10 and over to nearest railroad stati in. J. B LAUGHLIN, Furniture and Undertaker, Huntsville Hotel Block. Oldest firm lowest cash prices. Ev erything in the line in stock. Will pay you to call before purchasing elsewhere. WILLIAM RICHARDSON, Attorney at Law, Rooms iu Bank Row, Will practice in all courts of the State aud in Federal Courts. DAVID D. SHELBY, Attorney at Law, Rooms iu Bank Row, Practices iu State and Federal Courts. CHAS. E. HUTCHENS, Contractor and Builder, Dealer in Sash, Doors and Blinds, Laths, Shingles, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Fire Brick, Slate. Iron and Cabinet Mantles, Slier <& Wil liams Paints. Estimates on Bunt-, ing furnished. F. E MURPHY, Contractor and Builder. Office and shops on Spring Branch. Also dealer in Sash. Doors, Blinds, Laths, Shingles, Rough and Dressed Luru - ber, Fire Brick, Slate, Iron and Cabinet Mantels Paints, oils and brushes kept iu stock. Estimates on pointing furnished. Many Persons are tookes flown from overwork or household cares. t Brown’s Iron Bitters Rebuildstht . tystein, aids digestion, removes excess ot bil% | curufl Get iho _ i j Established ise4 J. WEIL & BRO , HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN I Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, .A. INTO 1ST OTTOIST S. Our summer stock is now offered to the pub lic, strictly at cost, nothing reserved. Give us an early call and be convinced. J. WEIL &c BRO. 1 The Old Reliable. «J. IN'. MAZZA. Headquarters for everything in THE CONFECTIONERY LINE, Dealer in Foreign an 1 D .mastic Fruits. Cigars and Tobacco. Will save you uionj ev by calling on him before buying elsewhere. twrwsa■ ■■Jarw* lUMMli ■» ■ "'■jiMi ———* MRS. H. SCHOLLE, Bakery and Confectionery. Jefferson Street, Dealer in Confectioneries, Fruits, Toys, etc Headquarters f r every* thing in the line. Orders by mail solicited. Ice Cream. J N. MAZZA, Candy Manufacturer and Dealer in Confectioneries, Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, Cigars aud Tobacco. ARCHIE ROBERTS, Ice Cream Parlor. No. 213 Church street. Reputation established by years of honest deal* ing. The best of cream and cakes served at any hour, or delivered on order. DOCK LEWIS, Ice Cream Parlor and Restaurant, Two doors north from the corner of Holmes and Church Streets. Meals served at all hours. Everything first class. CAST & CO., Pictures. Erwin Bloca, Holmes st. Unexcelled as Photographers. Our styles and finish the best. Pictures enlarged. Our cash prices are the 'owest. Our aim is to so please as to make you “once a custmuer, al ways a customer.” W. H. WHITED, Blacksmith aud Woodwork. Prepared to do full line of work sat isfactorily and at very lowest prices Horseshoeing done by the old relia ble Green Spragins. Work remark _ ably cheap for the cash. ICE FACTORY & BOTTLING COMPANY, Huntsville, Ala , Manufacturers and Dealers in Dis tilled Spring Water Ice C F. Sugg, President. Luke Matthews, Secretary and Treasurer. M. B. WISE, New Cash Grocery House. Corner Church and Holmes Streets. Everything in the grocery line new aud fresh. ANGELO DONEGAN, Barber Shop, 207 Jelferson street. Hair cut 25 cents. Shave 10 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your pa tronage solicited. ANDERSON & DEMENT, Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Dement Block, Jefferson street. Paints the best made,and full line of Garden seeds. Stock the largest and best. W. II. WATKINS, Successor to J. C. Spottswood, Commercial Row, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, garden seeds of all kinds a specialty. Fine cigars and tobac co. Full line ot fishing tackle in stock. John lTkison, The Old Reliable, Bank Row. Established in 1859. Drugs, Per fumeries, Patent Medicines and Paints. MURRAY N: SMITH, Booksellers, Stationers and Jewelers. Best and cheapest place to buy your school books and supplies. Headquarters for wall paper. E. L \MBERT, Easley Block, Holmes slreet. Dealer in (^ueenswa’e, Tin Good-, Glassware, Toilet Soaps, Writing Paper and Notions generally Lirg ett stock. Lowest prices SIDNEY MYERS, Contractor .-. and .-. Builder. AND DEALER IN Building Material, Sash Doers, AND BLINDS. HORACE E. SMITH, New Shoe Shop, Next to Methodist Church, Riu* dolph street. Repairing done in workmanlike m inner at lowest pric es for cash. New work done to or der. Work first class and guaran teed. Your patronage solicited. C. S. JACKSON & CO., Corner Washington& Holmes Sts. Sewing Machines from $20 to $60. Cash on easy weekly or monthly payments. J L> FOSTEK, Guns, Pistols and General Repair Shop, West Side Public Square. HUTCHENS Y MUrT>OCK~ Practical Plumbers, Gas Steam and Water Pipe Fitters, Bath Tubs, Wash Basins, Sinks and Inspirators. Fire Brick and Clay Stove Pipe, Injectors, Steam Gauges and Sowar Pipe. J. R. KIESs7~ Jefferson Street, Staple and Fancy Grocer and (Queens ware of all descriptions Lamps and country produce. Best lards arid meats. MAJOR & BRO., Dry Goods and Groceries, also Country Produce. Next Door to Risou’s Bank j. s. scorr, Dyer and Clothes Cleaner, next to Roger’s Stable, Big Spring. Clothes cleaned and dyed all colors; also clothes on commission; hats and lace curtains cleaned to order. SOLEN BOWEN. Dye Shop, Stegall’s Hotel, Wash ington Street. Walk in. I live to dye and dye to live. Overtweuty* five years experience. C. C. PEA.RS< > N, Merchant Tailor, Southwest corner Public Square. Suits made to or* der Prices satisfactory. Work first class. All orders reeeive prnupt attention. EDUCATIONAL. God Hath Made of One Blood Al! Nations of Men is the Motto of Berea Col lege, Christian, non-sectarian. Three college courses. Music, Academy, Normil Monual. Tuition free Incidental f**a #4 oO a term. Expenses law. No sa loons. 260 white and 217 colored atu* dents. Go 1,000 miles if need be ami get the best education. Address Presi dent W.w. G. Frost, Pit. D., Berea, Ky. Knoxville College Classical, Scientific, Agricultural, Me chanical, and Normal Courses. FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR will cover all expenses of board, tuition, fuel, light, and furnished room. Separate home and matron for little girls, and anothet for little boys, 6 to 14 years. Term begin: last Thursday of Sept. Send for Catalogue to Crest. 1. S. Mct'lT.LOt'H, Knoxville, Tenr A superb mammoth tintograph In 12 colors by the distinguished artist, Maud Humphrey. It ft 2 feet long and 14 inches wide aud will be sent free if you tell your friends. It is called “Oct Visiting,” and shows a beautiful, dimpled darling clad in a warm, rich, fur lined cloak, basket and umbrella in band; she pulls the snow covered latch, w'hlle her golden hair shim mers In the sunshine, her cheeks blush with health and vigor and her roguish eyes sparkle merrily. Sure to delight you. A copy will i»e sent free, postpaid, If you promise to tell your friends ana send 14 cents in stamps or silver for a three months* trial subscription to THE WHOLE FAMILY, an Illustrated monthly magazine with stories, anecdote*, fashion* and all article* of Interest by b»tt authors aud cash question contest* monthly. Busseu. 1*011. Co, 196 Summer St, Boston. Haas.