Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 249, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 10, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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;i M AURICB OREEN!
■.,il.illll'i|llVii It,!! I. | I I-
the oolored loafera of Sherttan^ioine
take pattern efter tMa party of their
r*06 tnd «boulder • ho®.
(back an inch from its position on thai
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B&IHHHHHHIÍÍN 1 Í ■—MÉÍ f rrti''
ean learn there fc.tery
on ail iwWt
•Timi '■ wiwn* hi
are but few em
a Tartar in
it Hildebrand'e. 2'.;""
for that wwyuwre jjpt*y«on |
ty, and the Raonrait would like
aee them all filled within the next
„rMK*- 0r*j«ia °°unty **u«bow"
ever, at the least calculation, havea
of 100,000 inl890;Sher
ill have 25,000, and Deniaon
ie gradually ascending
are a number of Dlover on
^ W*. . JfWT —— - ■■ -
haa been doll in the court
The milla are all a«Uve and buri-
PittrH wffl r—tf"!*
thread of toil next Monday.
g;.¿iSü^-fc-■ riiniiilñ'iri. / ' ■
i.- .-•■'■ waailM ' as' mm*
dWsw^SP .^7 uastis. a ww
^"•'i'ltanawaya are getting' to be Ire
' rimant Owinrrtnoee in Sherman.
An interesting case was filad in tibe
district ektfiffilce laal " Éti¡¡
The oourt business
upen up quite lively on next If osday.
The graders are progressing slowly
and Warren railway.
aeeme to have a fascina
Hon that draws suit bringers toward
| *■#*■■■ ■:■ ■
The new road is getting in its
work on the old ones which are rus
Wheat Chufen FeM T'
t Pittmanw Harrison A
Co- . .
there ia a^ihlt^s^te that
lie nreiea nisi tea lor the Wfttion
sincerely trusts that when our bid is
sent to Dallas on the 20th these ad
vantagea will not be lost sight of.
Every little counts in a close fight
like tibia ia to be.
An ornamsnt to the kitchen and a
bleesing to the oook—that improved
arly Breakfast Oook Stove, .old
ways warranted, by
' Wilson A HODOIS.
It is understood that the meeting
of the Sherman Bureau of improve
ment Monday night, one of the prin
oipal thing! to be oopsidered will be
the owing f a meeting oroitizena on
The railroad facility of Sherman
ean not be surpassed by any town in
. -—- —■■■ ■
The déath rate of Sherman is
amellar than that of any city of like
The work going on in Sherman at
it time ie enough to keep
out of idleneee.
wnS&&MS2%?.hr* ,. . . .
The oounty jail daily acquires more
ocoupants, and the building gradually
rfendsred more unoomfortable.
The waterworks are running all
right today, and a% yet there is no
development of importance from the
Tbe improved Early
stoves are the best and handsomest
stove made, sold by Wilson &
Empire raspberries at Hildebrsnd's.
The Order ferUie Hhornuui and
Mt. PkHMAnt Mall. .
The fóllowing order appears in the
postal notes of the morning die
Railroad Service Established:
Route 81,060, Mount Pleasant by
Centenary, Gray Rock,Mount Vernon,
Saltillo, Evan*' Point, White Oak,
Sulphur Springs, Commerce, Jardín,
and Whitemound, to Sherman, Tox.
St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas rail
way, 110.10 miles and back, six times
a week, or as much oftener as trains
may run, from Sept. 12,1887.
Fob Salí.—A good horse and bug-
gy. Apply to Dr. Bitting.
If you want to keep a hired cook
buy the Early Breakfast cooking
stoves and ranges. Sold and war
ranted by Wilson & Hodges.
Harvey Rogers la Brulaed a
/ Mella Broa. Ctrcna.
In today's issue on the first page
appears the large display "ad." of
Sell* Bros. Circus, which appear*
12th. % Will rh*
bered tfct this Ms visited
n 1884 and gave entire satisfaction
i o ail who attended. They advertise
tome grand exhibits and guarantee
satisfaction. ■ . -: :
Á. new and complete line of plan-
ished tin, tea and coffee pots, at
Wilson & Hodges.
J&lrtiny and gritis,
overseers must work the
road better or there will be but little
overland travelling in Grayson ooun-
examination is going on to
would be pedagogues are
(heir dooms ground out to
one by one.-
T- — ■ <
There were three or four oases be-
>Hia Honor, Mayor Geren, in the
Police Oourt thia morning. The num
ire constantly inoreaa
n-d Campbell was thrown from a
l near, the pond on the Texas
I Pttoifie Bailway, known as "Bon
" ' " and bad bis left arm
Mmt of - joint.
announces herself as
for the. State Orphans'
- and intends to do some tall
ng before the final an
it of its looation is made.
are brighter than
been for years, and a prom
«han stated to a Rkustkb
today that he expectec
to receive between 40,000
>wae struck on the hea<
| ene in the hands of Ed
f § in Deniaon eome time ainoe9
i along very Well, instead of
r — w first announoed.
i given at the
|night ter the Lone
Athletes, while of oourse crude
' Wil'MiidllthlA .mí
Yesterday afternoon about 6 o'clock
larvey Rogers, a young man who
ives on North Throckmorton street,
barely escaped death, and did
sustain some painful bruises. The
team' attached ja- . Iijm,
Iter wagon, i which- Rogers was
driving became frightened -at some
object in the street and began a lively
go as-you please, upsetting the wagon
near the corner of Cherry and Travis
streets, where Rogers was thrown to
the ground and bruised about thé
thighs and kneoB. He was picked
up and oarried to water near by
where he was révived.
The force with which the wagon
waa being jerked along put it back on
its wheels, and the horses ran quite a
distance before tbey were stopped.
Forbes sell all school books at pub
Ushers retail prices. •
Try Jupiter Balmon, the finest
packed, for sale by Hildebrand.
not explained, but itis possi-
ble (bat he wea •Prattled" at the time
feeUdtt and forgot tbe plane, for aU
ot whioh the Sherm« |p d Deniaor
mud throwers are very thankful.
■Sfci'V : PÍ'
Save the wood pile by buying
fuel than any
warranted by Wilson A HodgoS.
tiiliDnfactured only by the Califor-
nia Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco,
Cal., is Nature's Own true Laxative.
bilions or costive; to dispel headache,
to cure habitual oo
. For' Él
taT(fQ oénte and $1.00 bottles by
man A Berry.
out for several large display
fads." which will appear in Monday's
1"M' i I:'/
Unrivalled baking powdar and
AaAa eoffee for sale by Hildebrand.
The Binkley House will be one of
ttte most msgnifioent hotels in the
south when oompléted.
The new Early Breakfast ranges
are, beauties, call and see them at
Wilson A Hodges.
There a«e business, man in Sber
man whó^ESrO&Sp ^émisei
'ffmagSfM mn either
will aoon be
of early Fall
.¿7* Y w%f sn
If you want anything in the jewelry
line give Ely A Cook a call.
COMINO AND GOING.
Two Boya Find a Bmnll Bag el
The Rkoistbb learns from parties
living near IroiyOre creek, the fol-
lowing story: Last Monday a small
orowd of boys, equally divided from
Sherman and Denison, met at Iron
Ore creek for tbe purpose
of fishing. It seeras that
fishing was too di^L and "choosing
up" with a corn sti. JíhIi pole they
selected sides for a mud thrower
fight. In digging for mud or the
hard day whioh boys usually find use
for on the end of mud throwers, one
of them, a by the name Of Cowan
from Sherman, dug up a
small tobacco sack in whioh
which was two $1 gold pieces, four
quarters and a half haudful of ni
Thoae Who arc Here and Thoae
Wlio ar<- Away.
G. L. Blackford is getting better.
Dan Whitney, of Louisville, Ky.,
is in the city.
Claude Long was able to be on the
J. C. Shotwell, of Shreveport, La.,
is doing the city. t
L. L. Rousell came in oil the road
C. F. Sohweer came over from
Whitesboro this morning.
H P. Hall, of the St. Louis, Arkan
sas and Texas road, is in tbe city.
R. F. Scott and family, of Gaines
ville, spent a few hours in the city to
day. i¥..V :• '1 ~J>
C. S. Townley, of the Lindsay
House, Gainesville, is autographed at
the Wakefield Hotel.
Euler B. Smith, of the Lagrange
Fenfhle College, Lagrange, Ga., wbo
has been spending several days in
thia vicinity, returned home yester
day afternoon. >
Ben McBride, the gentleman who
has .until recently been running the
steam laundry at Houston, and who
baa been in the city looking around
for several days with a view of start
ing a steam laundry, left yesterday
for Hot Springs, to be absont sevora
Jimt R«trlie< J
At J. H. Hatcher's, a full line oi
fall and winter dress goods and trim
mings to match. We are prepared
to show you a full line of wool Buit
ings. Armures, suiting chicks, Car
leton chicks, gray line suitings, black
Cashmeres, fancy Cashmeres, anc
many other kinds. Come and look
through our stock, always glad to
show our goods and give prices.
Fori Worth, and tbe
encouraged at the proepeot of seour-
seouring it, and in the near future at
that. The Missouri Padfio would not
be a|P|f to baying thia line, and the
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe
ing for it The H. k T. O., however,
Appears to have the pole calculated to
reach theperaimmon. •
The reuovt of section on the
H. AT. O. R'y show that the fencing
in of tbe roed in and around Sherman
was a wise move. The oompany an
nually paid out thousands of dollars
for killed and disabled stock near
Sherman, and they now report about
one-tenth as many ae before the road
Waa fenced in.; The eaving is plain.
The QaoisriB's railroad friend
rumbled down in tbe Cottou Belt
yesterday morning, and waa stir
prised to see Agent Green and the
whole foree laughing and coogratu
lating one another. Glancing around,
and failing to aee anything like a
pay car in the yards, the
surprise, wae, deepened, , but
everything was mada plain
when tbe information was given that
at last the boys had elbow room, tbe
removal from the car to the depot
having been effected last night. They
haven't bad sufficient time to get
things in shape yet, but asks the Rao
istks to announce that they intend to
have t|>e neatest office in the city,
j A Rioistbb representative, last
night approached a prominent rail
road man on the subject of shops on
the Cotton Belt road, and in the
oourse of tbe conversation whioh en-
sued learned that it was not st all
unlikely that within ninety days
the foundation of quite an
extensive railroad shop would be
laid in Sherman. Sherman will re
member that Fordyce once said,
"Sherman will never have cause to
regret what she has done for this
road," and the statement of the rail-
road man as detailed above, dove
tails beautifully with the assertion of
thé road. ,¡ ,. , v : i:
, i , . j QKNKRAL NOTES. -
Travel on the cannon ball increases
all the time. .y ( ' «
Keep the kids off the switching
rains; some of them will be killed.
But few bums are noticeable about
i ie union depot. They aro closely
Tbe mail service, whioh takes effeot
on the hew road Monday, will l«
A round house is needed very
badly in the Cotton Belt yard, and
the Rkoistbb learns that work will be
commenced on one in a very few
Tbe debris of engine. No. 84 has
been pioked up from the scene of the
The railroads Btil) block the street
For Salí.—The strongest built
l our room house in Sherman, located
on east side South Montgomery street,
eaBt of Washington school building.
Terms, $200 cash and balance in long
time monthly installments if wanted,
Apply to G. A. Slaving.
The finest white clover comb honey
ever made, received today by
" J. S. W<
Plotted Vp In the City and VI
The practice of jumping on and off
trains has not slackened in the least
since the horrible acoident in Texas
and Pacific yard some time since
The night switchmen in the
Cotton Belt yards complain
that sometimes as late as 10 o'clock
at night there are a dozen boys, rang
ing from 8 to 15 years of age, loiter
ing about and swinging on and oi'
oars. The yards have not yet been
thoroughly surfaced up, and it is
with difficulty that experienced work
men keep out from under the wheels,
much less awkward boys. Stop it.
Tbe work bf grading on the
cents. A big lot came in yeaterday,
in absoe4 to 11 years,, price
ais H""fflff ^ ^
All Wool Jerseys, at
Hose, all colors, at
Boya' Enee Paufc aU sises, at
THE BEST LINE OF FINE FL ANNEL OVER SHIRTS IN
f ' ■ •' * í -
2 W ;5!
in the city.
Xa Htth*ra NfrlH XMnnl lluoral
, Water. •
Aa a cathartic and Alterative, this
water stands superior to aH,< either
domestic or foreign, in tbe treatment
of the following functional disorders,
viz: Dyspepsia, in all its forms, con
stipation, both reoent and chronic,
torpid jiver, inactive condition of kid-
neys, and in all, and every disorder
included under the bead of liver and
stomach. For sale by all druggists.
Put up new gates to the oourt
bouse yard so stock can be kept out.
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One bottle of Texas Cough Syrup
made by Julia A. King will releive
your child that has whooping Cough
W. H. MORRIS,
For, the Purchase,
ty, Live Stock and Property of e*j
ing and oollectiog rents and1 Coll"
Office in Sumner Building
There were two more men on the
chain gang today.,
•Í5W . xa-
1^ wta Drlck*
The best artiole of first^MÉ^Mh^
pressed brick are being turned opt at
my yard, on West Houston Street.
I orders will receive prompt atten-
tion. C. H. MoFablahd.
The police report everything quiet
No quinine, arsenic or strychnine
in Cheatham's Chill Tonic. Cure
guaranteed. Try it, and be convinced
that its the beat. _•
Don't fail to work for the Orphan
Asylum. ' v ■
■ , '-SfV\
Fob Rknt.—Three first class rooms
up stairs over gas office, suitable for
The Rkoistxb has received quite i
number of subscribers this month.
We keep all books used in the citj
and county schools at Forbes' bool
sleeping apartments or offices, apply
to Mrs. H. M. Stmner.
Build a new station bouse at once.
The Sablea i'rj tor It
And the old folks laugh when they
i Ind that the pleasant California liquid
1 xuit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is more
easily taken and more beneficial in its
action than bitler, naseous medicines,
:t strengthens the Liver, Kidneys.
Stomach and Bowels, while it arouses
them to a healthy activity. For eale
by Tayman & Berry. ^ ■ , y
Dog killing day have not yet run
What a bleasiug! Hunt's cure guar
an teed to cure quickly itch, ring-
worm, tetter, eczomii and a]l skin din
easeas, sold by H. P.-Wilson and A.
B. Richards A Co.
The Reoidtek learns that interest-
ing letters havo been received in this
oity in regard to sewerage. The
lateness of the hour at which the
news was received, precludes the
possibility of giving details. We sin-
cerely trust it is some one wanting to
put in works here.
If you have your watch repaired at
Ely A Cook's it is sure to keep the
Princess Clementine, the mother of
Ferdinand, Bings between her evening
prayers, "Where is my boy tonight."
Ely A Cook cannot be surpassed
in gooda or prices.
Robert Garrett is only 40 years of
age, In his brief life he has been
able to undo that which it required,
the whole life of his father to do
The principal and most traveled
streets are getting pretty dusty
Cheatham's Chill Tonio is a fine
strengthener and appetizer; does not
roduce roaring or buzzing in the
ead. Cure guaranteed.
The weather is threatening again,
with prospects of rain.
All photographs made at Oara-
dines gallery from this date must be
paid for at the time of sitting.
July 1, 1887. J. N. Garapiñe.
The publio schools open in this
oity on tbe 19th inst.
Send your children to Forbes for
school books, slates, pens, ink, copy
books and etc.
When the new briok business
houses that are under headway are
oompleted the business portion of the
city will present a better appearanoe.
Buy your wallpaper from Gibbs.
For the last few days Jailer Calla
han has had considerable trouble
With , a prisoner ^y the name Wil
Hams, who is held held for a Crime
'committed in the 'Indian Territory
fie makes no secret of his intentions
to break oat if an opportunity
itself. Ha has already been a 1
of sctoh a movement. A ' ¿IK'
Telephone your orders for lee and
also attend to
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i ' ri
E* ARlSTOt-m, A(
George D. Hayden, who m^
ous|y duappeor^d. from Alton some
time since has been beard from.
The doctors at Washington are in-
dignant at reports whioh have befh
sent out, of their difierences. ;
ts Reoeiving His New Goods, and
_ --Z ... .
. Woiüd lake to Take Yonr
W&trlB' V- 7T>—
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ELEGANT SPRlMB; SUIT.
Ji t I
-.y . .i
. Placqué' Work and all Kinds' of
: ■ .ió-fcuíV.'..•--■< .--y- •• .j'-x
Freecoeiu^ ttnd Deoortihg done upon
Original and MoiTein methodH." J#r
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Old Furniture Repaired with a New
ri,': -. , ;?JML
- - • Finish. -an
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Houston, Street, Between Second- ,r
¿i i >i i 'i i"n'i«> li iii i i ii ii i j ni i
*W ' 11 • *a' Kv.•
This pow«lnr nover varies. A marvel of pur-
ity, ttreuffth ami wholesoiti^noflí*. Moré oconom-
ic l than the onlitutry kinds' and cannot bo Mid
in compaction with the multitude of low temL
ahort weight ill inn or jdionphato powdorn. Sold
I 8t..N. Y.
ItAKINII V'OWIIKR 0<*„ 106
A Live, thoroughly equipped Busi- -*
«I. T. WILSON
Is prepared to do a gonoral trans-
fer and drayage businesH. The mov-
ing of pianos is a specialty to which
he invites a trial.
Hunt's cure for itch, ringworm, tet-
ter, eczoma and all skin diseases, cure
guaranteed, by H. P. Wilson and A.
B. Richards Si Co.
Lewis A Evans will make loans on
oity property at low rates. Call and
Do not forgot Forbes' Book store.
The head quarters for Bchool books.
Another invoice of Moypun gun
powder tea at 50 cents at J. S. War
Ely A Oook guarantee everything
No cure no pay, is the motto of
Cheatham's Chill Tonic. Try one
Saratoga Hathorn Water, Natura
Mineral Water, at the Q. T. Saloon.
R. Walsh, Agent.
im's Compound for sale at A. B.
Richards A Co.; it removes paint and
grease without discoloring; try it.
Green Peaberry ooffee at J. S.
All orders for beer and ice will be
promptly filled by the Klausmann
A white girl to cook and do gen
eral housework. Will pay extra good
wages for one that will give satisifac
tion. Apply at 429 South Traris St.
|w •!«. : ' '
A good buggy and harness, byr
J. K." Gjll,
best Java, coffefy*
red at Jt
I now have my lake in iirst class
shape for those desiring a bath from
phre lake or spring water. Suits fur
Men's Bath, - - - .25
Boys' Bath, - - - .15
Accommodations nocosnary will be
graned the visitors.
E. H. WILSON.
Tho old roliable dray and transfer
manipulator is still with us and soli-
cits your continued patronage. Any-
thing in his line carefully attended to.
HAS COME TO STAY
Wilt occupy rooms jn tho Opera- 1
House. Eleventh Fall Session will" "
open Soptember 5, 1^87.
Call oi address
i. W. filAHAN,
HEINISH & BOSS,
Ilavo always on hand the choicest
meats and tako pleasure in satisfying
their patrons. Call and.see thorn;
West Sido Public Square.
TO THE FBONTí
Will take pleasure
in satisfying the
trade of Sherman and
in anything in the dry
ids line. Don't fail
ay him a call at
With the finest stock of the follow
in«r goods ever offered to the citizen# ^
of Sherman: . ;'":SÍ
PICTURE FRAME MOLDINGS, ''®
ÍIEW ARTISTIC STUDIES,
ENGRAVINGS and ETCHINGS.
" ' 1 • ¡Ü&ÍM
An elegant assortment of W^ndowfj*
y Shades, and -C iutain. I'ulls^
Frames to order, my Specialt y. fijM
> Come and inspect my immense
Stock and variety of patterns and f:
loarn my prices.
Hj. "W. hope
140 North Travis Street.
r ' M
liUUEDS & HENRp
Wholesale anil Retail
We • carry every-
thing,^n large quanti-
ties tisiially handleSüs
ítójiooers or in^ de-^
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