Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 7, 1878 Page: 8 of 8
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Through Hxpms 9 J6 a. *.
Accommodation... r,.Jtj .01 A, tt,
"AV. Fv't«au Awoniiscd'ai S:sj wl-. y *.. w.
Freight 1:15 r. m.i 4.00 j*. m.
I'rtliflu. | t;ia a. m.I tjjo n M.
MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS.
J7**'"..: Oft :• - J,1******;. '
to low, Ibia morning, and
wiU be bid along aide of thoae of h is
father t Independence, low*. His
broth*-*, Mr. J. T. Avery, wkio arri-
ved Hi this City Friday, will accom-
on wad Sur-
At a former meeting of the City
5:00 r. M.jlu:ai) a. *1.
8:15 r. m. 4:30 r. m.
9:00 A, M.j 3^$ A. M.
Through Sleeping Car to and from Chic
Qjiiacy,ll«unibal and St. Louis ununited to
We tt«ke this method to inform
yon that our stocJt of dry goods is
now complete in all ite branches,
and owing to ti e scarcity of money
matters we have act^ted a new | u,JTovvcHr.'atcs at whic . they could
plan which will be hailed by one and 1 , . , .. . .
r ; *' ~ T.ri, , ill flnj :« r-tuiUncr or.r-.tU be taken. Mr. Boss accordingly ob-
Wotd reaches us from Ahitesbnro H"' tn.it is retailing, Boods rit . . r
that Isaac Habba, the old sheriff of wholesale prices, and beg leave to tamed a proposition from certain
Otiok county, and his brother-ii-iaw, ; ca!! >v"ur attention to our splendid j parties stating that they would take
Wash Johnson, have been arrested stock ot staple and fancy dry goods, j S3'*i 2 ccnts on the dollar for a cer-
for horse stealing. Both gave bonds ' boots ana shoes, and notions. A la;n 8llin wl,kh Disposition M
and Hobbs will be tried before Cft.11 ls ll we ask ot y°H' Mnd You I
Squire Diamond to-morrow. John- ! vv'" ^e well lewfuded lui youi |
son is to appear before Rainey.— I trouble. \ eiy truly youis, ^
Sam'l Star & Co.
il there was a iqsolntion passed
that the chiiiunan ot the finance
committee, Mi. Bosk, be instructc ! !
to correspond with paities holding 1
coupons against the citv, to ascertain i
• For Sale by H. K Needham, Den-
| reS .
The Democratic County Exeoutivo
J. D. Woods, Chairman—Hon. W.
Blassergame, Cedar Springs; Geo. R.
Reeve*, Georgetown; Geo. 1- Patrick,
Denison; J M. McMurray, Ken tuck v-
town ; Wm. H. Bean, Farminnton ( T. W.
Hudson, Collinsville; J. H. Choice,
—— ■ ♦ —
The "Nevr Store.
We tlirect attention to the new ad-
vertisement of M. Singer. This
new firm have just opened their new
store in the Gunn block, where will
be found a choice stock of dry goods,
At 309 Main street you will find
the largest stock, and most complete
assortment of drugs, patent medi-
cines, etc., in Denison. 4 2 tf.
—• - —♦ — —
We were pained, yerterday, to
hear that Mr. S. H. Times was lying
at the point of death at his residence
Sheriff of Grayson County.
| ladies dress goods, furnishing goods, j in this city< Ml._ Times arrived here
j ready made clothing, etc. !about a year ago, and shortly after
Kid and lisle thread gloves and took a cold, which gradually in-
gauntlets at M. Singer's new dry j creased in severity until it took such j
tain sum, which proposition
Boss submitted to the council, at the
same time refusing to give the name
of the parly makint, the proposition,
but at once offered a resolution that
said proposition be accepted. Dr.
Williams very properly asked that
the name of the owner of said cou-
pons be given to the council,and that
the matter be thoroughly understood ' jM lut) ;lmi
before voting upon the resolution. ! hose, and gloves
In answer to this Conncilinen Boss
and Peck became quite personal in
their remarks concerning Council-
man Williams. Boss stated that
CASPER BROTH EHS
Are now opening their large and
SPR ING £TOCK
At very low prices.
Comprising plain and fancy striped
and corded grenadines, and ele-
gant new shades brocaded
and plain worsted goods.
LINEN DRESS GOODS,
PIQUES, MARSAILS. SWISSES.
BISHOP AND VICTORIA LAWNS.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
In all styks, and at low figures.
20 acres of fine timber land, suita-
ble for gardening, or fruit farm—$8
Three 80-acre, university land
claims, situated in the prun ie 6 miles
southwest of Denison and 5 miles
northwest of Sherman—$278 each—
$150 cash, balance in eight annual
80 acres first class land one mile
east of Ed. Perry's residence—
404 acrcs between Needham's Oil
Springs and Georgetown—ij>4 Pei
acre—long tune yiven on a part ol
160 acris fust class black sandy
prairie, near Parson Looney's tarin,
on the Pieston road—$7 Pcr acre.
160 acres of land. 40 ol which is
in a good state of cultivation, with
two box houses. Situated in the
prairie two miles noith-west of Den-
ison, at a price too low to publish.
I will sell at $3 50 per acre, 339
150 acres of which is
4-6tf I a form that all medical aid could j
We nre authorized to announce the i
name of W. C. Everhkakt ns a candi-
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff
of Grayson county, at the enduing elec- j
tion, subject to the decision of the Dem-
ocratic County Convention. *
A full line of homoeopathic renie
dies at Dr. Williams' drug store.
W. II. MacCurdy, agent of the , .
M. K. & T. railroad at Whiteright, i
received a telegram Saturday, notify-
ing him that his wife had added to
the MacCurdy family one bouncing
girl baby, and requesting her liege
lord to come at once to Caddo,
where Mrs. MacCurdy resides. Mac
left on the first train, his face wreath-
Several wagons with immigrants
from Arkansas passed through ed in smiles at his good fortune
this cit\ 011 Saturday. Ladies and gentlemen, did you
Ladies' linen suiis at M. Singer's
new dry goods store. 4*6t(
The doors and windows, also the
frames for the Muller building, ar-
rived from Chicago Saturday.
notice those front window* at Jno.
Nevins' store, and ain't there some-
thing in there you want?
4 5 34-
Cattle shipping will begin shortly.
About 1,500 head will arrive in this
eighty acre,University land claim to
C. Lasher yesterday.
The District Court at Sherman
will g:ve its attention to the crimi-
nal docket Monday.
Dred Parks & Co. have removed
-their Paint shop to Rusk avenue,
just north of the National Bank.
Ice cream, soda water and lemon-
ade at C. R. Euper's Confection-
ary. 4-7 6t
Conductor John Hill, of the Mis-
souri, Kanstts & Texas railroad, was
obliged to lay over Saturday on ac-
count of violent inflammation of onC
of his eyes.
John Cummins, father of James
Cummins, of this city, was rc-elected
Mayor of the city of Paris, at the
last election, by a handsome major!-
Not a solitary case Saturday, in
the Justice's or Mayor's courts. Our
people are certainly becoming very
H. K. Needham sold an improved city vvitllin ten (,avs- They were
purchased by L. Cairns, and will be
shipped from here to Gregory, Cool-
ey & Co., Chicago, for which firm
Mr. Cairns is agent. This firm
shipped from Denison last year,
35,987 head of cattle, by far the lar-
gest number shipped by any one
firm, and their shipments this year
will be larger. G. L. Cairns is well
known by the cattle men of this
State, and enjoys the confidence of
Ten car loads of sheep arrived Sat-
urday by the Houston & Texas Cen-
tral railroad and were forwarded to
St. Louis. They belong to parties
living near San Antonio. *
Good accommodations and the
best fare the market affords at the
Pacific Hotel, formerly the Valley
House. 3-16 tf.
Parties who have been in Gaines-
ville within the past few days, state
that unless it rains in that section
soon crops will certainly be a fail-
ure. We can sty the same, as far
as the neighbohood of Denison is
The best restaurant in Sherman is
the "Q. T," at tiie Little End ef the
Horn. ^ 3-15-tf.
Go to Acheson's drug store for
flower and garden seeds.
Who wouldn't be a woman! just
to get to wear those superb dress
patterns of Japanese silk, at Jno.
Ntvius'. 4-5 3t.
A Cheeky Thief,
A sneak thief entered the store of
Mr. Louis Bornstein last night by
breaking off the slats nailed across
the back door where a glass had
been bioken out. He seems to have
been very cool and deliberate about
the transaction, as he inspected all
the hat boxes and made a selection
from the finest brand of hats in the
store. He also helped himself to
some linen handkerchiefs 111 t.ie
showcase which is located in the
front part of the store, about one
hundred feet from where he entered,
and returned without doing any oth-
er damage. Surely these night lift-
ers must be pretty well posted.—
always fresh and cold
at Yeidefs Sample Room.
The "double-acting litting-force-
pump" on exhibition at the office of
the Lone Star Lightning Rod com-
pany is the most simple, durable and
perfect machine f- r raising water
from deep wells we ever saw. It
i has stationary plungers and movable
cylinders, thus reversing the old
principle. No suction, friction or
plunger rods. The owner, Mr. Car-
ver, has associated with him Mr. W.
j A. Tibbs. They will manufacture
j here, and begin filling orders, of
i which they have already quite a
number, within ten days. For pro-
Galveston Bay fish,
Lobster salad, etc., etc.,
At \ eidel's sample room at ten tection against fire, sprinkling, irri
a'clock this morning. gating, and general farm and fam-
The Bpecial which arrived in this j 'ty use *ias no eqnal.
city Friday with Major A. B. Gar
Now let the sun be obscured by a
cloud blacker than midnight rolled
in tar, for my eyes have beheld those
beautiful ladies' tics and bows at
ner, Mr. Mitchell, the General Su-
perintendent of the M. K. & T. rail-
road, and Mcs r . Ridgeway, Cush-
ing and Kimberly, returned to Seda- J110' ^ev'ns • ^ 4"5 3tf
lia at 5 130 Saturday evening. Headquarters for Fiahing Tacklo. |
.h.wl, J ,uU reciwd ^ ShecJc, & Beeb. I IT
such beautiful shades, at Jno. /sev- g large assortment of bamboo jointed none can they rely with such certainty of
not effect a cure. His physicians
inform us that he is so low that his
friends (if he has any) need not be
surprised to hear of his death at any
P. S.—As we go to press we re-
ceive the information that Mr.
Times died, after a very severe strug-
gle and intense agony. Due notice
of his funeral will be <;iveu through
the daily papers, or by notices, which
will be well distributed through the
The following prominent business
men of Greenville, Hunt county,
were in our city Saturday, and spent
the day: A. S. Marshall, J. F.
Jenkins, J. C. O'Neal, C. W. Win-
bray. .Their visit had a two-fold ob-
ject—to learn what they could con-
cerning the speedy extension of the
D. & S. E. railway to their town,
and forming the acquaintance of our
business men. We regret that bus-
iness called us to Sherman, prevent-
ing us from showing them more at-
The new druggists, near the post-
office, have the finest line of pertum-
cry in the city. 4-2 tf.
Samuel Star & Co.
This wide-awake fit m, as their im-
mense advertisement in this issue
will show, are again in the field
with their complete stock of novel-
ties in the shape of dry goods, cloth-
ing, hats, boots, etc., which were
purchased by Mr. Max. Grundstein
on his recent Eastern trip, especially
to suit these times. We would also
draw the attention of otir lady read
ers to their card in another column,
which is worthy of their perusal.
The best five cent cigar in the
city at Yeidel's sample room.
G. R. Jones, Minneapolis; Dr.D.
B. Williams, Louisville, C. G. Ful-
ler, New York, are registered at the
John C. Montgomery left for Dal-
las Saturday. %
W. D. Johnson, cattle man of
Cambridge, is at the Alamo.
B. Seymour, who owns a sheep
ranch about six miles from Denison,
was in the city with his wife Satur-
J. H. Draughton, of Texarkana;
H. S. Elliott, of St. Louis, and C.
H. Pluminer, of Nashville, are at
C. B. Johnson, ot Goderich, Can-
ada, is at the Planters.
Mrs. A. Jacobs, of Brenham, is at
Mrs. Mary Arthur, of Lawrence,
Miss., is registered at the Planters.
D. F. Frazell, stock agent II. &
T. C. railway, is at the Alamo.
A. W. Dawson, of Sherman, was
in the city yesterday.
Incurring a Tremendous Bisk.
They incur a tremendous risk who so-
journ or emigrate to reside in dmtricU
where malarial disease is prevuilnnt,
without medicinal means of fortifying
their svsteins against the periodic scouge.
The danger ot hilious subjects, and to
those who lack bodily stamina, is partic-
ularly serious. A preventive and curative
agent of known anti-malarial efficacy
there was sonic secret about the mat-
1 acres of laud,
|m, , , • , . the finest of black sandy prairy, and
I The best in the market—every pair 1 '
ter he did imt w.sli to speak I DR. WARNER'S HEALTH CORSET,
open CJUiieil; whereupon Williams | THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING
asked that action be postponed until
after other business of the ccundl
was transacted, and that then the
council go into executive session, so
as to allow Mr. Boss to explain the
whole matter to the satisfaction of
the whole council. To this Mr. Boss
objected, and a vote was taken,
Williams and Tone voting no.
Dr. Williams is a member of the
financc committee and it would have
been at least a matter of courtesy on
the part of Mr. Boss to have shown
him the proposition before the meet-
ing of the council, but to snub him,
by refusing him any explanation
whatever before taking a vote, was
certainly a very strange proceeding.
This thing of rushing important
matters through the council without
due consideration and a full explana-
tion to the satisfaction of every coun-
cilman, is beginning to chafe the tax-
payers, and thty are getting very
tired of hearing of secrets in regard
to the disbursement of their money.
These " secrets" have heretofore cost
the city thousands ot dollars without
any consideration. We want no
" secrets" in the manipulation of the
people's money. Every tax pay-
er is interested, and should have a
fuil explanation whenever he asks
Since the meeting of the coun-
cil Dr. Williams authorizes us to say
that he has been offered the same
kind of coupons in question for sev-
enty cents, and he is satisfied they
can be bought for sixty-five cents.
The tax payers will protest against
such hasty action on the part ot the
council, as illustrated above.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
A large and complete stock in
side-laced, button gaiters,
and other styles.
For men, boys and children. The
best assorted stock, and the
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line of Cheviot shirts, percail
shirts, fine shirts, uiuier-
• wear and
the balance grazing and timber litnd
situated near the new oil sprmgs.
Dissolution Notice. Ida
The co-partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of H, H. Hall &
Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual con-
sent. II- H. Hall is to pay all outntand-
ing claim*, and lias the sole authority to1
collect accounts due the firm .
11 H. Hall.
C. B. Samson.
Denison, April 4, 1878 3t.
To the Ladies of Denison
And my old patrons wishing hat®
and bonnets trimmed, made or ren-
ovated can be accommodated by
calling on Mrs. Voaburg at the Sing-
er oflrcc. Will also furnish silky
All the above goods have been I lace and crape. Hats and bonnets-
selected with great care, by our Mr. . to order,
II. Casper, during his stay in New j Rcmemb r the place. Singer of-
York, and we feel satisfied to guar-' fice opposite the postofflce. 4*5^
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a pfece,
at Louis Lebrecht's.
antee satisfaction to t;v> rybodv
Give us a call. No trouble to
Those desiring to have their fur-
niture repaired, repainted or var-
nished, would do well to leave their
orders at the shop of Hertweck &
Ammen, corner of Wodard street ' of teething in children. It relieves
and Rusk avenue. These gentle- j the child from pain, cure9 wind1
men are excellent mechanics, and colic, regulates the bowels, and, by
parties who wish work done in their giving relief and health to the child,
line can have it done in a workman- i gives rest to the mother.
like manner, and at reasonable rates. | 3-6-d&w-iyr.
Mothers, Mothers, Mothers.
Don't fail to procure Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for all disease?
The Very Thing
Stabs in the Dark.
ins', arc very cheap.
4 5 3f-
There has been drawn from the
weH now being bored at the Binkley
House, copper ore that is almost
pure. Aji evidence that Sherman
is copper-bottomed, and hence im-
And brazen faced.
rge assortment ot namnoo jointed
fishing rods, silk lines and snooded
hooks; also, trot lines, and hooks of
all sizes. Guns, rifles, pistols, and
rotection and aid as llostetter's Stomach
ters. This grand specific roots out
every vestige of the malarial poison from
the system, nnd endows it with an amount
At a meeting of the City Council
of Denison the following resolutions
were introduced by Councilman
Whereas, application was made
last fall to the Rev. Dr. B.
Sears, General Agent of the Pea-
body Educational Fund, for the sum
of $1,500, as an auxilliary endow-
ment to the Denison Public School,
and whereas, the full amount appli-
ed for has been granted, therefore
Resolved, That vvc hereby tender
our benefactor, the Rev. Dr. B.
Sears, sincere thanks for the substan-
tial aid which he has been pleased
to furnish towards an object which
we consider of vital importance to
our city ; also,
Resolved, That the Hon. O. N.
Hollingsworth, Agent of the Pea-
body Fund, and Dr. R. C. Burleson,
State Lecturer of the Peabody Fund
for the State of Texas, are entitled
to our gratitude, it being due to their
exertions, in a great measure, that
we have been made the recipients of
this liberal donation, as well as ojh
ers from the same source.
Resolved, That the City Clerk
be instructed to furnish a certified
copy of these resolutions to each of
The resolutions were adopted by
a unanimous vote.
A true copy.
Ed E. Radclii'k, City Clerk.
"Ha ha, look! He wears cruel
gaj'ters. Horses ate tied by the
heads, dogs and bea s, by the neck,
monkeys bv the loins, and men by
the legs. When a man is over-lus-
ty at legs, then he wears wooden
Good King advjses all his soldiers
and citizens to patronize Sherburne's
Sli >e Store.
Every fit of coughing in the still watch-
j es of the night, is a stab in the dark at!
The very thing Sherman has long ■ the lungs. Henl the stabs and stop the
needed, is a first class restaurant, j stabbing with Hates Money of Horehouiid
Dick Walsh has supplied the de- ! !,nd Tar' . >> "> >« ' *o*oo hirvg. Noth-
, rn . . . , ,, ®o quickly-cure#. No remedy can be
ivutiul. Lvet} body w ill be ptcuftcd ( lens disagreeable.
with the eatables, the Waiters, and Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one
the prices, at the "Q. I, on Holts- minute.
ton street. Try it the next time you
visit the Cross Roads.
Missouri svvest cider just received
at Rowley & Il.illenbccks, city bak-
ery. _ ^ 3-24"tr
Are you going to paint?' If yon
are, before buying your stock you
should call at the now chug store of
Guiteau & Wahhon, and see their
goods. They have just received a
full line of strictly pure white lead,
boiled and raw oil, colors, etc.. and
can not be undersold. 309 Main
street. 4-2 tf.
Yeidel's received a cask of pure,
genuine Rhine wine, and he wants
all his friends to call at his sample
room and sample it.
N. B.—No change in lunch sched-
When at Sherman
Take your meals at the best res-
taurant in north Texas, the "Q, T,"
on Houston street. Everything
about the establishment first class..
Qubky;—"Why will men smoke
Silver Dollar, Hcnrv Clay, Infant
Wonder.Babies, Champion, Non plus
Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece, at
^ ■■ —*♦——— - "•«
Rhine wines, of all kinds, at Louis
Sr. Louis, Nov. 15, 1878.
We'hereby give notice to tlve pub-
lic in gi neral, that Messrs. Eppstein
Bros., of Denison, are the only au?
thorized a ents for our Bottled Beet
for the city of Deninm we high-
ly recommend the above named firm
to the patronage of the public.
E. Anukuskk & Co.'s Bhewing
Association. 3-8 tf
Silver Dollar, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Lira, etc., rnly 5 cents a piece
a Louis Lebrecht's,
■ —— ♦ —
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., onfy 5 cents a piece,
at Louis Lebrecht's.
Ladies, get your toilet soap at
1 common tobacco, when they can buy 1 Y"« T ,
f Marburg Bro's. 'Seal of North Car. ; Hr<T S Lazaa1,~fil>e brow W,"d"
* olina.: at the same price?" a-l iy. r l°q ' / Ua(C"** P*r C:,ke-
The Pacific Hotel is now ready
for guests, both local and transient.
Notice to Box Holders.
Good soap, put up four cakes in a
box, only twenty five cents per box.
Kelley Island catawbu at Louis Le-
1 j Mr. f. J. Campbell, the proprietor of
All persons who have not paid t,lis n"<, P°t>ui«r re ort, keeps his bar
box rent for the coming quarter by s PPlied £hh ilw lwM wine,, liquors an,I
a * 1 .^..i >11 1 i.1 • t . cigars to be hn<l in fhe citv. Remember
April 13th, will lind their mail mj |ie pjacc—next door to Mason's cigar
the general delivery. - [ tore, 4.aotl
W. J. Scott, P. M, f, . * „— r ,
.... (jo to Browns Bazaar for the
A challenge is offered to any one who | ^hue de Rue ear drops—something
can produce a regular case of torpid liver entirely new.
that will not succomb to the influence of
ammunition, comprising the largest of vital activity and repelling power that
Simmons' Liver Regulator- The cures
on record are so numerous that tho pro-
prietors feel that the evidences of its cur-
A fine assortment of llower seeds i *l}ve effects cannot be questioned.
stock west of the Mississippi,
Shot-guns, rifles and pislols- for
rent at all times; ammunition of the
best grades, and at low pi ices,
w-tf. . *«•>*. ,
nullifies the influence of miasma. Italno 1 at Acheson's drug store. 20-tf.
prevents and remedies disorders of the I ♦
stomach, bowels and liver, which are j Lace tic ^1,3 all(J collarettes at
particulailv prevalent in malarious re- ; xt a. % . . . . , % .
gijns, and it an incomparable general in- Singei s new dry K^oils store.
vigorant. J 4*"^'
"I have used your medicine in my fam-
ily, and have taken pleasure in recom-
mending it%s an excellent remedy for the
regulation of tho liyer. cAtKn,,
Claret, imported, in glass, at Louis
!n U« "l n,*n(|
I of idacU ur trown, do- «
uptim. ..1*1,1, n.nd,,, J
31.tioii uverv well
Timr*. piriotor, v
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