Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 139, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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We invite you to «ril at oiir Piano Wareroora and examine our üuo of
JTEINWA* and FISCHER PUÑOS and ESTEY ORGANS. It may be
want an instrument* aud are waiting to
e full price of a Piano or Organ. This is not neoesaary. We will
be paid in monthly
ta. Or* wó will offer you other terms. Oar instrumente
world over as the BEST. ^Either ¿all or write us.
IgrxXiiL, jl. watkin" & co.
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When You Want Anything^ the Drug Line
South Travis Street,
SOUTH SIDE SQURE, SHERMAN, TEXAS
SHERMAN IRON WORKS,
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$ % i f<¡ ski *y
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•aid that Roger Q
fjffort of his Ufa in
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which brought the house down '
storms of applause.
Judge Hancock also addressed the
v-'" ":'feii' v ;%„r
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Frenoh Sattines, -
Fifiy Box White Suits at $3.25, former price -
Twenty eight Box Colored Suits at $¿65, former price
This is an opportunity seldom offered to bay very flne(oonfined styles)
of Ladies' euitd so early in the season at less than the oost of transportation.
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Iron House Fronts,
Iron and Brass Castings,
Iron and Steel Forgings,
: PLU M BI N G,
Boiler "Work, Engines and Boilers for Sale
or Trade, Millwrighting, Wood Turning,
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Cypress Water Tjanks, Steam and Water
Pipes and fittings, Belting Packing, Hose,
Also the Celebrated Dederick Well Bore-
ing and Drilling Machine.
Z. P. DEDERICK, Proprietor,
leCTTDSOIsr &c WHEELER/,
; MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN '
American and Italian Monuments and HeacUtones. Estimates given on all
j '.. Kindsof Cemetry work. Satisfaction guaranteed. South Traois Strtei.
and mkohanics saloon
EAST SIDE OP SQUARE
Has a fine assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and a corps of
w. 3e3:. buckley, T - prop,
or. ¡E3C. lowe,
— —DEALERS IN
Staple and Fanoy G-roceries, Country Pro-
Will be offered
Spanibh Guipure Flounces reduced from $4.00 a yard to $8.75 per
This Liice is 45 inches wide, and very cheap.
Medicifi and Torchon Laces in new patterns
Swie Embroidered Flounces, in all widths, at 50 per cent, reduction
for this week." / !'
Fifty pieces of new sty|e vy-l^ito and colored Japanese Straw Mattings
will be on pur Burgaijj Cpuutdr this week,
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All Wool, two ply, r - ■ - - -
H " three ply, ~ . - - - - -
" " Body Brussels, - r - - - - .8
" " Tapestry Brussels, - . ~ - .40 to .0 i
This composes a very large and varied assortmont, ranging iq yard^
age from 8 1-2 to 18 yards.
These Goods are going to be sold just as advertised, so please come
early and don't forget your pocket book.
at least the commercial interests of
our state and destroy great industries
alroady in oj)eratlon for the mana
___ „_ facturing' of tblf mildv^fe|tlttlants.
W&M" •" I ^
jpL* for Ho*. D.
* wit^ J<mpk Blsdioa, of
Grayson, as one of th« vice Presi-
dents, and H. Horton, of Grayson, as
one of ths secretariat. In assuming
the chair Mr. Giddings made an elo-
campaign reported the
1. Waoppoaathe prohibition mte«
ment because it it a
ohange onr form of government
a free republio of soversign and inda
jeudent citisens to a species of pater
nalism, hateful to our people.
will take from them their most sacred
and inalienable righto and will add to
and attgoumt th* powsr f
ment, and is therefor* undemocratic
and antl republican.
2. We oppose this amendment be
cause it is sumptuary and will vsx
the citizen and, interfere with individ-
8. We oppose this amendment be
cause it is at war with the funda
mental principles of Anglo-Saxon civ-
ilization, and will dsstroy that inali
enable right of the oitixen to deter
mine for himself by what method he
will pursue his own happiness with
out interference with the righto of
others, whioh principle is ths bssis of
our liberties áhd the sole hops for
the perpetuity of our institutions.
4. W« oppose the amendment
cause its enforcement will entail upon
the government the nOoessity of pro-
moting, a system of spies and inform-
ers detestable to our [ieople, and the
achievement of extreme legislation of
doubtful constitutionality, and under
the sanction of which our homes may
bo searched, our property seized and
our dearest rights invaded. Texas
cannot hope to escape these corses
whioh have invariably attended sirni
lar experience in other states.
6. Its adoption will suppress the
general use of milder stimulants and
enooursge the use of the strongest
drinks and thus retard the ad vaneo
ment of genuino tormperanos. It wil
stamp as criminal the manufacture of
wioes from oar domestic grapes for
family purposss and will degrada
drug stores into dram, shops and ele-
vate our doctors into autocrats ovar
6. It will enabls the rich to Import
And use their liquors without taxation
<nr restraint, and will prohibit only
those of otir people who are too poor
to buy their liquors in unbroken pack
ages, and under its operations the
•elooa will give place to ths guildsd
club room for the rich, while the poor
will be forced to make their purchssss
at low dives and in violation of law.
Such a class of legislation is odious to
our people and contrary to free gov
7. It proposes "by the
anco of a majority in oortoin sections
of the State to fasten by torn cm
athor sections * theory of moral and
spaial conduct and habit distostofn
and repugnant to the latter. The
varied interests of these section* In
our State We been a prolifie source
of care and thought in our states-
manship, and if this amendment is
adopted it will engender a hostile
sentiment in localities fatal to its en
forcement. Thus we get a disreput-
able law and a disregard of oonstitu
tiorml authority, and wUl produos a
lasting and permanent evil to our
people and tend to disrupt the
8/ It proposes to confiscate and
destroy without compensation large
property interests of our people. It
will UMMttlt business and impair
the Texas end
csme in from the
Worth. Soine of tte"
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he country through 1
fl||b amM§fla g|'; i É* \ Jül • JS«—.
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Ths stockholders of fit ' '
Arkansas and Texas - rail
Texas, held their annual meeting
terday at Texarkana, and organizad,
electing the following board of direo
tors for the ensuing yew: S. W.
I 'dyes, B. C. Kerens, "Thomas
dolph, H. G. Allis, J. C. Rieft 0.
Seley, George Clark, James Gorrity
sod William Beban. After the elec
tlon the stook holders remained in
session until evening, transacting a
large amount of businesi relative to
theV proposed extensions 'to -*
built in the near future. The
organised today, and
Use who are now hvre from Fort
Worth,. MoKinney, Piano and Wolfe
City, to see them in rslation to the
location of the new branch lines.
Affirmed without written opinion:
Texas and Paoifio Railroad Company
vs C D Crenshaw1 et al, from Grayson;
P Donnington vs Lowman, Sons A
Co., from Wichita; I A Dixon et si
vs Lock A Jewell, from Pallas; Kehra
March vs the State, from William-
son; Tom Watts vs the State, from
Caldwell; Adam Counsel ve the
State, from Colorado; Jim Carroll vs
the State, from Caldwell; John Mar-
shall vs the Stats, from Smith; Gus
Driskill vs the State, from
^Afilrmed with written opi^j
C McGohee vs the Stats, fro
rant; A'P Robinson vs the
Affirmed on certificates: Phil Abra-
hams vs Thomai Rossau, from
Travis. "" y .g : \ , ^
Hefortod and remanded: Western
w * r*m mwe weeew w wwvwsh
Union Telegraph company vs Cullers
liams vs C B Hilburne, from Lamar;
Frank Herdig vs Albert
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81 WW Parkin
from Tarrant; Barney Nichols vs the
State, from Freestone.
In the MoGehee case the defend
ant was convicted of the offense of
assembling with others with intent to
prevent a conductor of the Missouri
Pseifle from running bis train out of
Fort Worth end a fine of $125 as
•essed. This judgment was affirmsd
today. It does hot disturb the prin-
ciple settled in the Anthony case, to
the effcot that engine killing was not
punishable under the then existing
statute. The statute under which
MoGehee was convicted protects per-
sons in the puirsuit of any
combinations and the court only goes
to the effect of holding thet the stop-
ping of the train was an interference
with bis business.
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*1 'Á á/í'Tl
directory ef jthf :|tt. .
Arkansas and Texas Railway have
met atlsst. and the hopes of hun<" "
of little cities snd towns,
been hanging in the balance so
:m settledlbrever sa far as that i
is concerned. ^ ^
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