Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 30, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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Let some of the capitalista make a
investment of boilding teue
the above named I of baviog
-Thia system 1 Tbere hag been a radnctioa in the
$W*4jI number of switchmen f "s
*" ^ "g J jriwda her^giM|
** I A number of Grayson county farm
rge em have aent to allianoa headquarters
r" . , at Dallas, and aome of them havoee
feeling of the p^op^ cured jote seed, and willexpeiftnent
i and east in regard to the pIant.
I run/' ?*# T*i ?e 1184 BaIlook aad 0harli* MiUer-
in from hia California fever ja playing aad havoc 9berman boJ. sre 00 the n¿rth
tod.J. "VT,^ " L,Wo..of iboH.4T.aM freight
,, «boil UKb oa , * "k "" B ouudaclon. Tin Btomtn wtohM
wi*w.,'fflílW¡ooM Waa, and that tbere ara as good
Policeman Bargees took a pugna
I and law abiding people here m cannons gentleman in laat night for a
ZTl J!!~i bo ^ anywhere. «We display of hia fiatie. proweea on
i went to Denison to spend several I ^ ^ann Mid; "I have found | North Travis street. He paid «he
Trxaa since I have u8ual fine aa(1 co8ts tbis morning for
!gss PRICES, m(pmsmim
Rednoed - until January 1st, 1888,
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FOB — NAMIES OF PARTIES USING BE]
I*" " Z*^W i"*""""* , „ Loot «nongh abc^ftí' Trxaa «inca I have I <* oal 8M
Z. B.Ranneywaaa welcome caller ,^n gone to know that if Sherman tbe apori
¿=,1 at this office todtó í. M-A^feo ife^it j-gini^i a watar iDpply *be will ba one'
• <ir* filtM*'
Tntrn-tnTirrr-,.rrmw——— — . . It will be teen that in another
_ . I Mra. B. L. Long, of Whiteaboro, u ot tbe beat cities in all this section." place Mr. Ranney «aya that Sherman,
a™^r" J in the city riaiting the family of B. R Mr. Ranney is undecided as to | with a good water supply, will be.
i Long on West Houaton street. whether he will make Teína his home eome one of the leading cities of the
George Faltón, at one time man-lor not, but if he should do so it i Isouthwest. Mr. Ranney has just ra-
¡Hill re" | agar of the Western Union Telegraph I probable that he will locate in onr turned from a manufacturing region
office, this oity, but now oí Dallaa, | midst. _____ | A conclusion oan be drawn.
e 1 was in the oity last night. BtanUenshlp ltese*. Hra Qeorge F. Lindaey, of Belton
i«a to j j. p. Barron, of Van Alstyne, wsa lhe out of tbe State of Texas vs. and Mrs. R. O. Chapman, of Kier
in the city today. j Col Blankenship, charged with em 1 man, aro in the city, called b«# by
Territory peo 1 Jule Gunter is in the oity. I bmlement, was oalled up before Jus I the asrioua sickness of their sister,
Tag w% the city today, transacting Col. E. K. Emberaom came in from] Uoe Hinkle this afternoon for a pre-1 Mrs N. MoB. Smitb, who, however,
oelioat br I his ranch yesterday. ] ««ninary examinatiop, and soma of | k now much bétter.-Dallaa News,
<o™ « pitting mnJ J. S. Brown cm. m horn D.l«.r« 'LlllT, W
^*í b«w«« SS .Md B«d Wtaj. tt"P1WW",'i Totba. to P««ltot touted
J t 1 I ri tir n U ¿i Mí I tnnM* testimony. or rather bargains, about the same
SMMa , O. WííB. Moore, ol tne inaian | _________ ' llhing< loa 6. This one-fifth means
20 per cent off. Tbia applies to every
thing in the concern. You know whal
a THIS IS I NEW
121 SOUTH TRAVIS STI
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eyer, held over for the appearneeof
w.. h.:,r' ■T—i-'tarlher to,timony'
r"ooart matters have received Territory, is in
"jn at the hands of Justicej Misses Neva and Leila Cother arel Argnment be Bedaced loltbiñg
First Presbyterian Church
| viaiting friends in the dty.
W. H. Pope, a prominent gentle
I will be held at the residence of man from Marshall, ia in the city
f. Cunningham, tonight. George Iaaacs and W. E. Waah
^ Build one hundred go^i, oomfort- ^«ton, of Marietta, I. T., are in the
i cottages; they would be occu 0,v- '
\ in less than two months. | «bc«.
are many enterprises that There was a pleasanUctófÜgatber
looking after. Sherman needs " thé r«Jdence of A. S. Tenn.lle,
that will benefit the town. «1 South Montgomery street, last
—r night, in which a large number of
affrt. f j °"¡a r<!young people were vm*ntiMd pw
f efforts and wits together, and
e the metropolis of the south .
we keep. Latest shapes, styles an<
cnt of everything. If you intend mak
The evidence in the Simpson dam-1 ing hubby .father,brother pr son a pres-
age case waa finished in the Chancery 0Dt. «f whB| we wiU a « the
® ,. way of a fuit, overcoat, bat or glove.
Court this morning, and the attor w¿ gWe yoa the Bone_
neys are now redqoing thejr argu- fi£,h Dff (s willing as you
ment to writing in Order to get it be giye the present, If you, young
fore Master in Chancery Winters, fadies, intend remembering yopr
who will be in Waoo.
rssi* . „. I John Martin, who lives se?erol
^workmen at the new | *ve miles out on the Sherman and Pilot
!ti forced topnt up stoves in order p<jint r(jad ^ Qj ht More
keep the building warm enough to ... u;.
last some one entered bis residence,
and, failing to get farther in than the
tbe building warm enough
i street crossing over the Texas I kitchen, robbed the cupboard and
faoifio railroad on North Travis carried off a half-used hani. There
watohed very closely ; it is is no clue to who did it.
' dangerous. | jjinina Abbott JKol Coining.
The management of tbe opera
trusts that every citi
Sherman will properly realize I house are in receipt of
I ; importance there is in from H. GreenwaH, of Dallas, stating
a united fight. (that Miss Abbott's agent does not
is some little talk of the think il wU1 P"y to plijy Sherman,
t about the business portion and declÍQe8 to make tho TÍBÍt unIees
Oity appointing a night watch guaranteed $800 for his share. As
look out for fires. this would force the management to
L charge at leaat $5 per se.it in par-
confidence Mr. Sutphin bus _aQ>|^ aD(] parquette circle, and, as
scheme should certainly pUblio pulse does not seem to beat
e others to the belief that he ¡n acoor(j wjth such high prices, the
_ do what he promises.
Honey drove Vialtora llappily
Misses Fannie and Roth Parker
and Ollie Mason, accompanied by
Messrs. J. Or. Parker and H. L. Max
well, came over from Honey Groye to
sea Miss Mather in the role of Juliet
last evening, and after the plsy
were entertained in the Binkley
House pirlors by a number
of their young friends in this eity,
During the evening luniheon and tbe
choicest viands were served, and the
visitors in every way poasible fftode
pleasant. They returned home to
Honey Grove this morning on the St.
FROM A BROTHER.
Sherman managers have oonoluded
id opera house management are not to have the Abbott opera company
"igan effort to get Booth to come| here
an some time soon. The
trusts tbey will succeed.
v leon News'' says
n'¿ got time to build colleges,
a college train put on be-
aan and Denison. A good
J not bo,
M. Avery returned yester-
aoon from an extended visit
Island, Neb. Sbe was ao-
lied on her, trip by her
many railroad men íay
■ in Sherman now, and make this
Jlaarters. Sherman is gaining
prominence asalivo first class town
every day.•• ,
L Fort Smith paper says great
i are about a day's journey by rail
part. What about Minneapolis and
, or Denison and Sherman, or
and Fort Worth.-Paris
¡ffew . *
oity is filled with strangers,
there were a few more tenable
jes for rent instead of ever j-
f being cramméd and jammed
iéto might be a chance to keep
M of them here.
_ world will hardly htdd *
— now-a-dnys, when it fiirsi gets
; six months afterward they
with jnat a vacant
less than twelve
§ poetofflce, a roád
Cane to be Called Tbla After-
The coso of the State of Texas vs.
John Hendrixon, charged with slan
der, was set to be heard on a writ of
habeas corpus before Judge Gregg, of
the County Court, this afternoon. At
this hour all tbe witnesses have not
arrived, and in consequence the case
is not in progress.
In tbe Case of Sam Blanken-
At the time the Reoister went to
press yesterday aftejyjoon, tho oase of
tbe State of Texas vs. Sam Blanken
ship was up on a motion- for a new
trial, and was being presented in be
hqjf of the defendant by his attor-
ney, A. C. Turner. After a few
remarks on the subject by County
Attorney*" Randell the motion was
granted, and Blankenship will be
tried at tbe next term of tho court.
Z. E. Ran
ey Returns from a
The Hegistkb office was favored to
day With a visit from Z E. Ranney,
who has just returned from Maesa
chusetts, where be, has been sojourn-
ing for several weeks, subsequent to
his return from England. Mr. Ran-
says, "1 don't think anybody ever
as well on the other side oi
Iowb in tbe way of a Xmas gift, get
tbem a pair of white satin suspen
ders and embroider their initiala on
tbem. Peep in our show window and
see a few samples of tbe finest and
slickest novelties in neck wear ever
seen in town. We keep them. No
one else does. Silk smoking jaokets,
silk wristlets, eiljf movers, silk under-
wear, and other novR^'es which aye
gems of the loom. 0«e of two
things—these goods musigo, or we
will. Wiabing you a mfFry Xmas,
accompanied by warm biscuits and
turkey, Yours in the faith,
Jake W. Levy & Bbo.
Sberlfl* May Receives Letters
Asking, About Jack Carlton.
Sheriff May today received a letter
from Dr. M. C. Carlton, of Carlton,
Texas, asking about Jack Carlton,
who was killed in Denison on Nov.
4th, 1887, by the negro, Hogan, who
is now confined in the Jones street
jail. Dr. Carlton states that he has
reasons to believe that tbe deceased
was bis brother, and that he has
written several letters of inquiry to
authorities in Denison, but has never
heard a word. He was given a full
description of Garitones appearance,
his place of residence, and the manner
in which he jnot his death.
Huvcrly's Sterling Attractions.
Haverly's Great Minstrels reaeive
the unstinted and unqualified in
dorsement of the press ia whatever
section the company visits. That
such is deserved, everyone who has
visited any entertainment ever given
by them can attest. It is r.eally the
sterling travelling attraction of Amer
ica, filling opera houses at every point
to their oapacity, and sending away
uuilienceB delighted with the enter
tainmentB presented. This company
has had a remarkable oareer. It haa
never stopped or disbanded from date
of its first organization, playing fifty
weeks every year; has visited Europe
three times, and never brings aróund
the s^tpe features twice. Originality
and freshness in rpinatrelsy, as well
as in everything else; has qjwayrbeen
Mr. Haverly's motto. This is why
bis entertainments are so liberally
patronized by tho people of all
The people of East College street
are Jpokiug for thai' promised exten
sion of the water ftfajqg go that thor
SAJfT*n.—A girl to do general
; apply to J. F- A1)?'9011'
ton Belt Bection bouse, East street
Prof, W. R. Whitehead will be in
Sherman Saturday, 31st inst , and
expects to immediately open a dano
Autotype engravings and oolored
photographs in new style gilt and
bronze rustic frames, suitable for
Christmas gifts, and reasonable in
E. W. Howe, 149 N. Travis St.
I will leave tomorrow for Tonnes
see to be absent several weeks, and
will consider any insurance business
thrown in the bands of Mr- C. M.
Johnson who will have charge during
my absence, a special favor.
Deo. 20th, 1887.
A Luxury «nil NeceMlty.
For rich and poor who wish to en
joy good health, and wfeo do not wish
to resort to bitter nauseous liver 0)Pd
icines and cathartics, is the oonoen
trated California liquid fruit remedy,
Syrup of Figs. 50c. and $1 bottles
for sale by Lankford A J^yman.
t*k« * Holiday
Tbe holdays are approaching nnd
everybody expects to have a good
time. The streets are getting in fine
shape, and there is no better way to
enjoy yourself than in taking a pleas
ant ride about town, and no better
way to satisfy this desire than to call
on John S. Fitch, at his elegant liv
ery stable, North Crockett etreet,
where the most fasjbidio^s can be
Buy your wallpaper from Gibbs.
A fine line of fresh cigars always
on hand at J. R. Stcedjpan'e.
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The very finest sugar and maple
syrup at J. 8. Warrick's.
See the large assortment of albums
at Forbes' book Btore.
Viae lionet for Sale.
Three fine stallions and a pair of
excellent "Calico" buggy ponies, (full
brothers). Apply to John S. Fitch,
North Crockett street, who invites an
Mrs. J7C. Waídron, M. D., pays
especial attention to mid wifery and
praotioal wet nursing. Address com
munications to her through, post
For choice fruits, nuts, ets., go to
J. R. Steed man's.
' . i .i. i. m ■ ■ w i.i ■« ' ■ 'i'" r.y
Wasted—A nicely furnished room,
for gentleman. Givo location and
terms. Addresu No. 212 South Travis
Mince meat, apple butter, pre-
serves, jellies and jams in great va-
riety at J. S. Warriok's.
If you want anything in the jewelry
line give Ely & Cock a call.
General ageopy for the manufac-
ture and sale of G. T Brown's im
proved black lnnd plow and cultiva-
tor, at Sherman Iron Works.
Raisins, figs, dates, nuts of all
kindsj prunes, citron and all kinds of
dried fruit at J. S. Warriok's,
Manufactured only by the Califor-
nia Fig Syrup Co., San Francisoo,
Cal., is Nature's Own true Laxative.
It is the/most easily taken apd the
most pleasantly effective remedy
known to oleanse the system when
bilione or costive; to dispel headache,
colds and fevers; to cure habitual con-
stipation, indigestion, etc. For sale
in 50 cento and $1.00 bottles by
Teyman A Berry.
H, W. Johns' Asbestos roofing,
sheet and round packing, paints,
boiler and pipo covering, beet and
oheapest in tho markot, at Sherman
fron Works. 14
We are glad to announce that we
are now ready to tafee rip) in tbe city
oi Sherman. We have a good line of
companies. Wtrick & White.
eumers ready to
lare several oon
tap tbe mains as
W^ON^SDAV, JANUAHli, 4..
Tit - MIMCM - If -TIE -Will!
THE ORIGINAL MASTODONS
Under the Personal Supervision
and Sole Management of W.S. Cleve
paverly's Grentest Effort,
íjfovprly's Qnly Minstrels,
haverly'B new0^ and' best,
Haverly's Master Move.
This entirely New and reoently re
organized Company included all you
have seen, what yóu haven't seen
Lew Spencer, Goo. H. Edwards;
Harry Armstrong Edw. Manning,
John Qpeen, ' Jas. Rostrum,
Positively tbo greatest sextette of
comedian^, end men i and danpers on
The European W onder, the Human
Most Wonderful Ar'iat Living.
.'.HOWE AND".* DOYLE,.*.
The Dancing Marvels.
Ol'EEN, ÍJT0WE & RANDELL,
The Original World's Trio. .
Hear—Haverly's Vocal Choir, Cas
tell Brydge's Tenor, J. D. Green,
Prima Baritone, Hurry Leighton,
Pure Alto. ,
See—The Hessian Dragoons, The
Street Parade, Nearly half 100 per
formers in the Big Minstrel Jnb§ee.
Shem.ah wwwa«. «wtlioii^tofttthe^imtlp
Evory lady who has a New Home
will recommend it to her neighbors as
R. R. Kulin A Co., agents.
The best well boring and drilling
machinery, iron and brass castings'
and general machine and yood work
Et"" r ■ ^ :
e in N(
and PJush -ífíndibg
OHEISTMA 8 AND NEW
Will be gUd to have our friends call and
MANUFACTURERS : OF : THE : PRODUCTS : OF : COT
GINNERS OF COTTOÍI
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Offer fpr sale, qt it Loy price, a superior artiole of catjj
We have a Complete Line of Fine and Useful/
Wo mention a few below.,'.^
The following celebrated authors
Bulwer, Lytton, Dickens, Emerson Q
Washington Irving, £-|
William Black, Abbott, MoCaulfy's jjj
History of England, tl(
Rowllnson's Groat Monarchies, Na
* pier's Peuinsular works.
and Louisa Alcott.
Jonveniles In great varieties,
Fine Calf Bam
Bibles, Large and Small.
A Few Importunt Items From
Bells, Tex., Dec. 20 —Yesterday
'evening about 4 o'clock a tbief broke
into a bridge o tr and stole nearly all
of the mens clothin
A brake man yosterday while
switching in the yard was standing
on a ladder, when, running by some
carson thosidefra k, wns knocked off
by one of the curs tbut projected out
too fur and wn^ fatally w mnded.
Mr, James C. L«a, a respect ible
citizen of this place, while openiug a
bottle of beer let tbe bottle slip out of
his hand and, in mnking a grab for
it, he severed an artery, in which tho
doctors think will prove fatal.
Mrs. E. Haberkorn (Margaret
Mather) is quito ill at her room at ths
Wakefield Hotel, and in consequence
dates at WaCo and Auslin have boon
cancelled. She was indisposed list
evening, notwithstanding her mag-
nificent* action. The illnoss was
brought about by drinking a glasn <of
lee water after the performance at
k Co., who
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