Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 89, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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$hc Dathj %\ms.
Au inebiirttfd individual riding on
Main street at a full gallop, was
pwfmptly scooped by the Marshal
f-and conveycd to tlie cooler. He will
11. M. ciuniKS
W. D. KIRK Pi
VVIl.I.IAll HARD WICK
A. II. COFFIN A
O. 11. O'MALKY
K. F. RADKUiFP
<i. G. RANDKLL
r & Collector
, ..City Clerk
t ward :
EI>. N. ALLEN.
W. M. PECK,
G. W. WILLIAMS,
II. ALEXANDER, \V, D. KIRK.
W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL.
OFFICIAL J'APEll .*
Regular meeting of Council, fimt Thnrsday
in each month.
Arrival and Doparture of Trains.
answer for his misconduct at
j Mayor's court this morning.
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The picnic which was to he given
to day by the colored people of this
I city and Sherman at Little Blue, in
' the Territory, has been postponed un-
j til next Thursday, on account of the
HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL.
St. Louis Express
St. Louis Express
Chicago Express... •.
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9:30 P. M.
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MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS.
No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex.
No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex.
No. 5. Stock Train..
No. 7. Through Freight
No. a. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex.
No. 4. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.
No. o. Stock Train.
No. 8. Through Freight
3 "3° M.
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DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN.
8:00 A. M.
For Assessor and Collector,
M. M. FRENCH.
W. H. WINN.
Stone & Wheeler, Waco, to Bens-
ley, Wagner & Bensley, Chicago,
Dry citrate of magnesia—pleasant-
est purgative known, at Acheson's.
Messrs. Chidester and Adams, of
Little Rock Arkansas, having secur-
ed the mail contract from Fort
Worth to Fort Yuma, 011 the Colo-
rado river, they have had agents in
Dallas for the past two or three days
buying horses for stages over the
To Those Owing Taxos.
We are informed by Mr. Tone,
that advertised property in the city
of Denison will not be sold for taxes
for several days yet. Parties will
have an opportunity to settle with
the Collector, by calling on Mr-
Tone any time before next Saturday.
Attention to this matter will save
A. Fischer, of this city, shipped
three car loards of cattle from Cad-
do Wednesday, and will ship four
more car loads Sunday. The cattle
are for the St. Louis market.
The confectionary of Rowley and
Hollenbeck has been ornamented in
very nice way by circles, formed of
tissue paper of every color, and cut
in a highly artistic style, attached to
Not alone in the town, but the fin-
est drug store in the state, that's what
Acheson has. .
The most excellent attributes to
the success of a first-class hotel are
courteous treatment, a well-appoint-
ed cuisine, and well furnished
rooms. You can 'find all these at
the Planter's House.
No lady should go shopping with-
out one of those fine Russia leather
pocket books at Acheson's.
The News received a call Wednes-
day morning from Mr. J. F. Collins,
who was in our city in the interest
of the Denver excursion, which
leaves this city on the 20th inst.
Mr. Collins says there is every indi-
cation that the excursion will prove
a grand success.
Largest stock of white lead, mixed
paints, boiled and raw oils, colors,
jaint brushes, etc., at Guitcau &
aldron's, near post office. 25-tf
Castor oil, laid oil, golden oil and
all other good machine oils, at Gui-
teau & Waldron's, near post office.
The sidewalk ordinance!
The hog ordinance 11
The filthy condition of the streets
and alleys!! !
The town overrun with tramps,
A wooden man at the head of the
police department would have en-
forced the laws of the city with equal
vigor and effectiveness the pres-
ent marshal has exhibited in his de-
We are requested by Mr. J. H.
Hopper to state that he has with-
drawn as a candidate for Council-
men from the First ward. He did
not desire to run at first, and only
consented at the earnest solicitation
of numerous citizens of the ward,
there being no one ebe at the time
willing to enter the field. But now
that Mr. Daughters is a candidate,
and in whom he has perfect confi-
dence, he feels that he can withdraw
without doing his friends any injury.
Gaisman & Co. have fresh cracked
wheat. ^ "5-14 tf
Can Marshal* Hardwick show
what has been done with the fines
collected' from the demi-monde ot
Skiddy street? Is there not an ordi-
nance in force requiring him to col-
lect and report these fines monthly?
Has it been done ? How many un-
collected fines does the docket show
up for the last year ? Whose fault
is it, that these fines have not been
colleted, and several hundred dollars
added to the city's cash balance?
We say that at every point where
nerve and energy were required, the
present Marshal has been a lamenta-
Public Installation of OHieers mid
Grand Promenado Concert.
At the annual election of Lone
Star Lodge No. 403, A. F. <St A. M., I
Tuesday night, the following officers
were chosen for the ensuing year:
J. W. Jennings, W. M.; J. B.
Hewitt, S. W.; J. J. Neudorfer, J.
W. ; L. Eppstein, Treasurer; J. A.
Brenner, Secretary; J. Lowden, Ty-
The lodge decided to have a pub-
lic installation of officers 011 St.
John's day, followed by a grand
promenade concert at night. Invi •
tations are extended to the members
of the masonic lodges of north Tex-
as, including Sherman, Bonham, Sa-
voy, McKintiey, Dallas, Paris,
Whitesboro, Gainesville and the
lodges at Parsons, Kas., and the In-
Grand preparations are making,
and a most enjoyable entertainment
may be expected.
A llomarkatalo Work.
We have just received a remarka- |
ble book—something strange, and
we might add now in the book line.
It is entitled "Secrets of Life Unveil-
ed," and it certainly does full justice
to the^iame; it is, in fact, a book ol j
Murder in tho Nation.
From a gentleman who arrived in
this city Wednesday afternoon per
Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad,
we learn that Mr. George Parish, an
old and highly respected citizen of
the Cherokee Nation, was shot by
secrets, of mysteries and wonders, j some unknown parties while engag*
George S. Rowley announces this
morning as a candidate for council-
pan from the third ward. George
/is a young man of good habits, and
capable, and will probably make a
creditable race. He is a little crook,
ed, politically, and in this respect he
is the black sheep in the Rowley
family, but is confident of success,
which is as good as half the battle
Can't break 'em—celluloid combs
We learn that Mr. Leeper, former-
ly partner of Mr. E. H. Lingo,
sustained heavy damages by the cy-
clone which visited Richmond, Mo.,
on the 31st of May. His ware-
house was completely demolished
and his dwelling damaged. As an
incident of the force of the cyclone,
it is stated that a house was blown
entirely over the town, and fell at
least a quarter of a mile from where
it was struck by the storm.
Guiteau <SL Waldron arc always to
be found, either day or night, and at
arty time of the week, at their store,
near the post officc. 25-tf
If the editor of the Herald wishes
to compare the income of the Winn
and Grubbs administration, he should
be honest enough to tell the truth.
He says the occupation tax collected
by Hardwick's predecessor for
the year ending January 30th,
187s, amounted to $2,234.89,
and says nothing about the receipts
from the police court, and then com-
pares these figures with the amount
of receipts under Grubb's adminis-
tration last year from both occupa-
tion tax and police court.
The actual receipts from occupation
tax the year ending June 30, 1877,
were $3035,00. just $800 more
than shown by the Herald, and the
income from the police court the
same year amounted $1301,00.
Comparing the receipts of the police
court the last year that Winn was in
office with the receipts under Grubbs,
there is $156.60 in favor of the
Ycidell's Sample Room.
Fresh and Sparkling,
and above all,
Cheerful and prompt
Finest line of perfumes in the city,
in bulk or in bottles, at Guiteau &
Waldron's. 25- tf
The examination of John Heffner,
a one legged man, charged with
the theft of a lot of tools, valued at
thirty dollars, property of Mr. John
Kelly, a bridge carpenter, took place
Wednesday morning before Judge
Kirk. It appears from the evidence
that Heffner and another man, who
managed to make his escape,
forcibly opened the gate of Waples,
Lingo & Co's. lumber yard, where
the box had been placed, broke open
the box and abstracted the tools.
This was done at a late hour Sun-
day evening. Monday morning Heff-
ner took the tools to an auction
house in this city, for the purpose of
pawning them. A discription of the
goods having been given to the
police, they were identified, and
the party having them in possession,
arrested. Heffner was required to
furnish a bond of $250, and as he
was unable to do so, will at once be
taken to Sherman to be tried by the
county court at its next session.
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Port, sherry, and other wines,
brandies, gins, rums, whiskies, and
all other liquors for medicinal pur-
poses, strictly pure and of the finest
quality, at Guiteau & Waldron's
near post office. 25-t
J. J. Kirwin and Wm. Littleton,
of New York, C. L. Iloyt, of Auro-
ra, Ills., H. C. Elliott, of St. Louis,
and J. M. Hepburn, of Fort Scott,
are at the Alamo,
Joe Gimter, of the firm of Gunter
& Munson, of Sherman, was at the
E. Schoen, New Orleans, J. B.
Jones, Caddo, D. C. Wilson and
wife, Tarrant county, are booked' at
Mr. E. T. Sawyer, wife and
childred and E. P. Sawyer, all of
Tiskilwa, 111., are at the Planters.
Mr. E. T. Sawyer purchased a fine
farm near Gainesville, several
months ago, and will take his family
to the same to-day.
B. O. Harrison and wife left Wed-
nesday for Galveston.
M. A. Caldwall, of Era, Pa., is at
S, W. Marston, Indian agent at
Muskogee, accompanied by his wife,
arrived in this city Wednesday, and
registered at the Alamo.
apt. Sanders is engaged in form-
mi an artillery company. We learn
tWit twenty-two gentlemen have al-
ready enrolled their names and the
orgaization of the company will com-
mence within a day or two.
As the author will say, it contains
'•thousands of hidden secrets for
every one," and 110 one on persuing
its pages can fail from being convinc-
ed but that '"Secrets of Life Unveil-
ed" is indeed a wonderful book—one
that differs from all books published.
Like all first class works, it will only
be sold through agents, and taking
into consideration the nature and
character of this extraordinary work,
we know of no employment that
will pay an agent as well as the
agency for this work. The novelty
of the book, its strange character,
the unique engravings, etc., are sure
to draw, and he or she who sees it
will be sure to have their curiosity
"excited to such an extent, that have
the book they will. It is a book for
the old and the young, the rich and
the poor, the married and single, and
not a single page of this remarkable
book but will show them seer
worth knowing, and to know
well worth the price of the work.
Some enterprising man or woman in
this section should at once write to
the "Agents Publishing Company,"
St. Louis, Mo., and secure the agen-
cy, and if they are smart, and know
how to push a gdod thing, we know
of nothing that will pay them as well.
Persons desiring a copy of this
work where there is no agent, can
have the same sent postpaid on re-
ceipt of price, $2.00, by addressing
the Agents Puplishing Company, St.
:rets well 'veye
>w thartff Hami
A full line of homoeopathic reme
dies at Dr. Williams' drug store.
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We have received from Prof.
Richard Mansill, of Rock Island,
Ills., a gentleman who has made
quite a reputation as a
prophet and meteorologist, a lengthy
circular, being a comparison of the
New York Herald's Atlantic weather
service,with the Professor's meteoro-
logical theories. There is given in
this paper in tabular form, the dates
of the Herald warnings from Feb-
ruary 14, 1S77, to February 11,
1878, followed by the dates
of the storms on the Eu-
ropean coast, as published in
the Herald. In the same con-
nection are furnished Mansill's plan-
etary dates, and various interesting
meteoric data. An examination of
this table shows some remarkable
facts in favor of the Professor's theo
lies. His principal disturbing dates
this month are the 8th, 15th to 17U1,
24th or 25th and 30th. The Profes-
sor predicted, last summer, our mild
winter and early spring.
ed at work in his field 011 Grand
ltiver. lie died almost instantly.
The paily who committed this loul
deed is as yet unknown. Great in-
dignation prevails and all possible
exertions will be made to feiret out
the guilty party.
A severe test was applied a few
days since to the new draw placed
on the Missouri Pacific over the
Osage. Engine No. 151, Caldwell,
engineer, and No. 14S, Schoeni-
wick, engineer, were sent down to-
gether to test the effect of the strain.
As these were the two heaviest en-
gines and the two heaviest engineers
on the road, it is useless to attempt
to break that bi idge down after stand-
ing that test.—Sedalia Democrat.
A gentleman from Illinois, who
canie 011 Wednesday morning's tiain
of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
railroad, was attacked with epilepsy
e 011 the platform. He was con-
eyed to the Alamo and Dr. Wil-
liams at once summoned, who ad-
ministered the necessary remedies.
The gentleman was able to be about
again during the afternoon.
The Pony engine, No. 47, of the
Missouri, Kansas and Texas rail-
road has been beautifully painted,
and now presents an exceedingly
handsome appearance. The work
was done at the company's shop in
this place, and reflects great credit
on the workmen.
Qukry :—"Why will men smoke
common tobacco, when they can buy
Marburg Bro's. '■Seal of North Car-
olinaat the same price?" 2-1 iy.
The old reliable grocery house of
Gaisman & Co. manage to keep
ahead of competition, bv the timely
introduction of new things, because
■ 1 j of the close margin of their profits
1 and because it is well know that they
sell not only the most goods, but for
the least money.
They received, yesterday, some of
the best vinegar pickles in the
Imported Italian Sausage,
Fresh Dessicated Cocoanut,
Lupulin Yeast Gems,
and the best assortment of teas in
the State. 5 26-tf.
Silver Dollars, Ilenry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece,
at Louts Lcbrecht's.
I have used Ur. Simmons' Liver Regu-
lator myself and in ra family lor years,
mid pronounce it one ot the mo0t satis-
factory medicines that can be usrd.
Nothing would induce me to be without
it, and I recommend nil inv friends, ii
they want to secure health, to always
keep it on hand. R. I- Mott,
Columbus, Ga .
Just received at Louis Lcbrecht's
1 large lot of Sellers and Ilcidaick
champagne. The Sellers are import-
ed direct, consequently, purchasers
can rely upon receiving the genuine
Do you smoke? If so call 011
Louis Lubrecht. lie keeps a well
assorted stock of cigars, and sells the
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Nop
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece,
at Louis Lcbrecht's.
Kelley Island catawba at Louis Le-
Haying secured the agency for the
Randell Grain Seperator, manufac-
tured at Dallas, the best article yet
invented for tho purpese of cleaning
and grading wheat, I respectfully re-
quest the farmers ot this vicinity to
call at my store on Main street and
examine the same. I shall take
great pleasure in showing and ex-
plaining the machine to all callers.
W. W. Salisuuiiy.
5 24"lm' "
At Mrs. Boldrick's,
All the latest styles and novelties
in millinery and dress goods. Ele-
gant in design and first-class in ma-
terial these goods will recommend
themselves to all who examine them.
The ladies of Denison and vicinity
are respectfully invited to call and
see them. 5 10 2w
To the Ladies of Denison.
Ladies, I take pleasure in informing
you that I am just in receipt of a large
and elegant assortment of millinery goods.
For the past two months I have taken
great care to observe the most approved
styles, and can assure yon that I will
I keep nothing but first class goods, and I
(hope, as in the past, to have at least a
share of your patronage.
Miss M. E. Carlat, a French lady ot
some years experience as a dress maker,
All kinds of bird seed at
No disorders, excepting the most dead-
ly forms of lung disease, involve such a
tremendouo destruction of organic tissue
as those which fasten upon the kidneys.
Such maladies, when they become chron-
ic—and none are so liable to assume that
phase—completely wreck the system. To
prevent this terrible disaster, recourse
should be had, upon the first manifesta-
tion of trouble, to Hostetter's Hitters,
which experience has proved to be highly
effective as a means of imparting tone
and regularity to the organs of urination,
as well as to the 1 ver, stomach and bow-
els. Another beneficial result of this
medicine, naturelly consequent from its
diurctic action, is" the elimination from
the blood of impurities which beget rheu-
matism, gout, dropsy, and other mala-
dies. By increasing the activity of the
kidneys, it augments the dupurative etfi-
cacy of those oegans, whieh are most im-
portant outlets for the escape of such im-
The Grand Excursion to Chicago,
Kansas City, Donver, Etc., Juno
This is certainly a rare and extra-
ordinary opportunity, and promises
to be the grandest and most pleasant
affair that has ever yet been gotten
up in the excursion way, and tickets
being good for sixty days, makes it
still more attractive. Accommoda-
tions will be far superior to anything
of the kind ever before arranged,
including an ample number of the
very best Pullman palace sleeping
coaches. In fact, eve ryjjf eat tire of
the trip will be looking to the gen-
eral comfort and pleasure of the ex-
cursionists, and no pains or expense
will be spared to make it the most
delightful trip t'Ver offered to the
people of any country. For rates
and full particulars sec advertise-
ment in Galveston News, or apply
to ticket agents at all leading sta-
tions on the H. & T. C. railroad, it
Guiteau & Waldron have the larg-
est and best stock of drugs, etc., in
the city, and are prepared to give
better prices than any one else in
that line in Denison. Country phy-
sicians and druggists should bear
tliis in mind when about to purchase
tlieir stock. 25-tf
\J We learn that Scullen, Perry &
Co. have made liberal arrangements
for shipping all the fruit that may be
entrusted to them, to responsible par-
ties at all prominent points in Kan-
sas and Missouri. Parties having
a surplus of fruit will do well to call
You will save money by buying wal
paper at Brown's. Choice new pattern)
Silver Dollar, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ulra, etc., enly 5 cents a piece
a Louis Lebrecht's.
Safely and certainly that great external
remedy, Glenn's Sulphur Soap, removes
cutaneous eruptions by opening the
pores whose obstruction was the cause of
the difiiculty. Test and you will endorse
Beautiful shades of black or brown are
produced by Hill's Hair Dye.
and who comes highly recommended,
has taken rooms with me, and respect-
fully Invites the ladies to call and exam-
ine her work and prices. Remember the
place of business, Singer office, opposite
postoftlce. H. II. VoSbukgh.
5 9 lino.
AGAIN AT M. SINGER'S
Iff II GOODS STORE.
New Arrivals of Fresh Goods and
Best brands of prints, beautiful
patterns, per yd 5 cts.
Genuine Lonsdale muslin, 4-4
wide, per yd qJ
Cambric (Knights) per yd........ 10
Corded piques, beautiful patterns,
per yd 9
CordeJ piques, white, per yd ....io
Grass cloth, all shades, yard wide
per yd 9
Sheeting, 10-4 wide, per yd 20
Sea Island, 4-4 wide, per vd 74
Beautiful lace curtains, 3 thread,
Per yd So
We have a full line of all kinds of
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
and prices are very low. Special bar-
gains in ready-made linen suits, also
gents' and boys'
Ready Made Clothing,
and ladies', gents', boy's and children's
shoes and boots.
5>t3?",Don't fail to call before you purchafe
etsewhjre, you will save money and
NOW IS YOUR TIME
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY, AT
M. Goldsoll & Co's.
20 yards best prints for -
Coat's or Clark's thread, per spool,
Good dress linen, per yard,
Best 2 buttons kid gloves, per pair,
A fine, latest style silk tie, - - • -
Ladies' linen suits, -
Embroideries reduced 50 cents on tho dollar—bargains.
Grenadines from 20 cents up—cheapest in the cTty.
Ladies' shoes, full stock, at great reductions.
Ladies' Balbrigan hose, 2 pair for -
A good corset for
And every tiling at the lowest cash prices, at
- $2 to 5,00,
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