Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 30, 1887 Page: 3 of 4
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Jrvo to o ¿
Jno iu N< •
un rúo resented.
T«*Narth TriTis stroét rtólwad
i«Kia a iWgerous place and
rtSfe? f yard® ^on 11
¿2 orders will receive
, W«,M Ulitl «as fitting at
,d shudder at
r running or «tíll, yet sc
entered, because the
Sowed through thorn,
had orders to «fflíid all
4 paat «treá^o ; |nd M
le liked to be .<
a never ovoroaa Ws: in-
ok with conpoám lit a
d; and It is' laid that on one
en giving the accolaiie, the
his lace asida, nearly
new-mndo knlg,t Hun-
ranee,, had so great a dia-
ls that he faluted at the
We suppose thai in (bt«
acDto waive' its proverb-
and oould uot look at a
ill weern as absurd as ox-
lad v lovers of that much-
1, bat what nre we tp say
ss of Lambulle, of whose
ory, to whom a violet was
orrorP Even this is not
eoedent, for It la on roo-
cent the painter was seis-
ilgo and swoons"
itis. Soaliger sti
iatfous was'made 111 at the
y, and he himself would
e sight of watar-orasaes,
r drink milk. ... ?
Jfslov t n a tu r al ist as ho \x as
had a great horror of
in "Glaucus," after sav-
ry o lie seems to 'have his
animal, ouetaueas "Í
himself) bred from his child-
ilogy by land aad sea, and
irtfng and honest In fseliug
out exception Is bSRUtlfiií,
mot, after, kindling and
id examining, all day ¡long,
outh and venomoas boast,
Paroxysm of horror at the sight
, riter shares in this dislike to a
ctenl; in this caselt is inherit-
his grandfather. The genial
jf the '•Turkish Spy" says tlia"
far prefer sword in hand to
on In his dosort lair than to
er crawl over him In tho
The Courier predict-? wut iu Europe.
How it found it out is left lor those
wb > know the editor best to fiqd
. >• Christmas carda in endless varieties
Tile c.ty council will m«et Monday
wtaug,le with thé
A corn popper free with every
pop cam bought frop ■*. S. Warrick
Thb charitably inclined people of
Sherman are referrod to the cbmmu
mention of "Merchant," in anothei
Ely & Oook cannot be surpassed
in goo-.ls or prices. \;í|' '
Tin; tfood people of Sherman are
respectfully requested to rend the
communication of "Moiobaut" in ap
that j — ——— -.
French mustard and tomato catsup
25 ccatri per quart, at J. S. Warrick's.
The Acity should enforce the aide
Sti-cilman can sell you Christmas
good 8 cheaper than any house in the
The weather was exceedingly oold
Calf's foot jelly at
J. S Wabhick'B.
^lie cat, as wo have previously
dt lias rop«a¿édly been an ob-
irsion, Tho Duke of Bchotn-
uugh a redoubtable soldier,
it sü4,íj:4Jio same room witii a
courtier oftimemperor Fordi-
H-ied tills disüRKM far aa to
he-nose on lioariniiva cat mew.
io has proved
rt at the
linn when out to dinH«;r, Jjls
0 was rather skeptical as tfts
y of iiis feelings, conoeaied a
ottonlan in tho dining-room,
'as tuinqiMced. but Tfiq gueit
juily ill ivlVisi; and at length
|his inub lif\tp.£p 9n oatintr,
sure the. ' y, iu the
Ln appiu-effly tno^ougli, but
Ig search vvrti made; but his
Is so upset that the host, will)
lo'ogtua for lila experiment.
|itt out of the bag," and out
>mau at the same tima Lord
lie, on the other hand, doclar-
lie mowing of a cat was to him
|liati anv music, while he had
ast dislike to tho lute and -the
In this latter aversion ho
lo means singular. Dogs too
lo in for thejr share gf qisiike,
j cordlallv detostod tneni.'
|}|ipid|<lalQ for the academy he
1 a |irqminent men^her, At
[ of thp chateau a dirty, ugly
ved him most affect onately,
Ued on preceding him into
ging room, DeMusset cursing
[l's prediloct'on for the brute.
Lidemkiiiin enterel and llioy
to the dining-room, the dog at
Ids. Seizing his opportunity
Weed I" W'My PftwC típpñ
Iless cloth anil carried off a
«oAa. "The wretoh wants
H" was DeMusaot's muttorod
■ but ho politely «a d-
^ t forget to go to Forbes'bjpV
Ijaro f )nd of dogs, I aeeP"
fl of dogs," retorted the aoado-
\'I hale them."
hia animal horeP" queried Do-
e only tolerate^ it beeauso J
it waa \ ours, sir."
!" exclaimed tho poet: "tho
tlmt it was voura alone kept
killing him!"—2?ae. -
Wy Other Me.
.'¡dreo, do you ever,
I a ilttl# maiden
>ng time loit to me I
lis cay and gladsome, >
ha a laughing, fsóé,
fa heart lis sunny;
pd her name is Graca.
Ihyfte ltnowj of sorrow,
[of doubt andbllscbt;
■'Is lust above lier-4
Sir I himijli t«- are wl^lte.
time since I lost her,
it othurMle of mint
erolfd tqto Tltne'S
t of Yoiltli's suusb|i
o darkness keeps h« |
I c«ll her si I will,
iirs that lío bsjtweée as
her from me still. ,
i dull snd pain-worn,
(ml lotiely as nan be-* .
children, If yon meet her,'
^eiid buck my other Me I '
\ici Denlo lAtchflrld, in Str Nicholas
r" ' i'
•e is «orne
make an i npr«8.
re is «oni
, ful to w
I ooul.i gaao and gase and"
mtiful to m« iu aaunsetj M.ss
bell (from the West)-Ba«
been in CI icinuatl, Mr,
(A—>f- kVwi't had
fii a MiiMtittrtit
Candidates are about to begin an-
nouncing for oiBcers to be filled oext
April. <■ ' .
IF you have your watch repaired at
Ely iV Cook's it ia t-ure t.o keep the
rigid time. "...
Tho XJuion Depot tthoukí be put in
better sbapo for the accommodation
Street railway oars and qmnibucsea
manufa tured, repaired and painted
SiiF.nMAN Ikon Wombi.
Those who missed Margaret Matber
loat ¡1 pleasure they can hardly regain
were they to attend one hundred or
ny theatrical. entertainments.
goodiilof éTáry description, giv* J. &,
J" 'T1 '■ ! ''j/'i v'!■ >■'1 ■;1.. 1 ^■ u
as, eweei p^^;«our^>ict
mixed pickles, plain Dickies and
all binds of pickles in bulk and in
ptckngee at J. ti. Warriok's.
Turned oonnter and table legs,
newel and awning poete;-corner orna
meuto, Ac., in_stock and to ordef at
AH the latest improvements in. tew
ing machines are found m tbe New
1 id cejl ilyo need Xmaa
raisins io qu
store befase buying your
en Is. N'6 Wii
coui:t of apprdaclrfng^ ffdayti.
—— 1,V i,,i , 1.
Tlioy Come to Miiruian,
Attention of tbose who are affected
by it, iu called to the paragraph in the
News' special correspondence from
Bolls, which says that Denieon mer
chauts nre losing the trade of " that
section on account of the manner in
which lbs trains are run, forcing the
people of that neighborhood to go to
Sherman to ma^o their purghaees, or
remain iu Denison over nigbt if they
come here. It would seem that a
littlo effort upon Deni-on's part might
remedy this. She never yet has lost
anything she started on a still hunt
for.—Denison News. *
ing, olefin stock, i
sawing to- order, «II
I win lOave for Tennessee on the
21st day of Decembor, and return on
the 4th day ot January, 1888. ¿'Any
person waning an ebecraCt of title
befare X *eturn, please oall m time.
I will deliver all Christmas presents
before I leave.
YoOrw, M. J. 0:
Iron botufr fronts, door and
dow sills and abutters, beavy.forgUig,
ote, at Sherman Iron Works. 1
New stock wal) paper just received
at Forbes'book store.
Everything you need in the faiicy
staple grocery line for every day
¡1 the holidays, at J. S. Warrick's. .
Iron pipe, flttiugs, valves, etc., from
1-8 iuch to 5 inches, at
SllKIlMA IaOM Woaxs,
This is to certify that Frank H.
Sparrow has lio rigb^ to use Iny
name in obtaining credit—that if any
Copartnership ever existed between us
it is now dissolved.
Frenb roaated Java and Bio ooffee
just received at J. S. Warrick's '
Finest and ui< st select stock of
toilet sets, plush goods, etcM éter
brought to Sherman ai J. IV Steed
tlMjqowlen for Dm.
1 ■' ■ ^'!1 ■; 1L^
TOT-TXT' A.,,.v4 ...
, Kto. ; Glte me. a call
. All sizoB leather and rubber belting,
packing, hese, Ac., at
SntnaiAN Inos Works.
Make your wife a prosent of a New
Home towing machino. You can't
Of tho ago in tbe medical line is
the liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of
Ifige, manufactured only by the Oali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco,
(Jal. It is agreeable to the taste, so
copiablc to the stomach, harmless io
its nature, painless yet prompt and
thorough jn jtg aptjou. For sale by
Lank ford A Tayman.
To Our rricuda.
Thtiso indebted to the late firm of
Wheat, Greer A Clements will confer
a special favor by making a prompt
Eettlemout. Call at \V heat Bro's ag-
ricultural house, west Hide square.
Whkat, GREEK & CtiUENTS.
" ti i.;. ..L T. >1
The buildjng now oc.upied by L.
Ripiuski will be vapant ufler January
1st. Apply to John S« Fitcb, or
Fitch A Stowe.
The annual meeting of etockbolders
of the Merchants and Planters Na-
tional Bank of Sherman, for tbe
elcctioo of seven directors to serve
for the ensuing year, will be beld al
naid bank Tuesday, 'January 10,1*88.
Polls open irom Í-Q a. in. to 4 p. m.
, ' C. B(. Dokcuibtír,
December 9,188?. Cashier.
Wo have a Sytendid asaortmeat of
gift h(k«ke for tbe holiday trade.
j;VTroh. Fobbcs, Jn.
Money ranging in sums from $800
to any amount. Apply to -
OR f t
YOU WILL FIND,
Twenty yanls sou^of pufo) depot, a
Lunch and Itefrcalmient %nd,aUusliiie of
Cigars Ond Tobáceos, Nuts, Fruits and Can
RAUUAGK ClIKi.tti;? AN" TAKEN
Of KM DAT ANI> KHillT.
Wholesalo and Reídl
We carry , every-
thing in large quanti-
ties usually handled
by grocers or in de-
ers. Call a^seens
BIBS, WILD (MHB, ETC!.,ETC-.
Will lake Pleasure in Satisfying all
tf* ot ^harge.
ail 1-a East Houston ^ 811
11 .1 JIII'IIIIII 111MWI«II
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118North Crockett Street - Sherman, Texas.
\ A7 A T*r T^T^T T T^k
| ^ JmV JL#.
Corner Travis andPeoan Streets,
• rptiy ia
Recently OaJinged Ian
ThoróuglÜy Renovated and. R
Eíéótrio bells and all modern improvements
CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS
L. a JOHNSON, Proprietor,
Also of Foote House, McKinney^TiSSÍMÜ;
- It1!'■I .1 I Iiiijiiii^^wyyiwy
SOH & HASELBARTH,
Have just received a nioe select stock of
fcíátó HOISTS, ETC., BTO..
Suitable f ir tbe Holiday Trad* They Serve Fresh Q>«t«« in any style
on short notice. Fresh bread and fine cakes fk specialty.
SOUTH TBAVIS STREET
puiflon. Me drivtn OUi of 0
BROWN'S BARS AMARILLA
and Dandelion with Iodide of Potassium. Thousands of witnesses, among
them the best Druggists and Physicians, testify to the wonderful eon
wrought by ,
all Disease of tite blood, Liver and Kidneys. Use Only Ike bttt ated^nM
For sale by RI0HARD8 & CO.
F ^ ír .£¿
600 Aeres oflandi
1467 A«m of
be bought on |
U Aows of i
40 Aorsa of blaok i
^"vXvvV: •; - ■/?
in — .
well at bouie and i
04 JUwsi 60 in cultiTatioii
a tanks, soüí
35 Acres all in cultivation, just east of Sherman a "
FiB. fi., offered cheap.
Several large and small cattle i
160 Atemof 160 aoMt. of *
200 aeres, ÍÉ0
both. Can be bought on easy torii^
100 Anna 4 miles west of Sherman, with
«f Bought 0ho^^|||" ^ ^
160 Aowiéast i
atid wellp. .1;, Offared on I
LAWRENCE, OSTROM &IM
XS DEATH TO g
#*rias «!■ MátiiM '
%¿wOS*ilD P aOBÍA
•es w* ■* #■%
One Wishing a Good
to OéU at FRANK ROTE'S.
Polite and Attentive Barbers are Al
•bow. h l( dm.
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