Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 117, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1879 Page: 4 of 4
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SATURDAY JULY 19 1879.
R. POLK MJKHAN6, €Hj Editor.
All leading proprietary medicines at
Guiteau ti WaldrOn's. 8tf
Mocking bud loud
• t Achesoi
Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8jf
A new stock ol lamp fixtures at
Aclieson's Drug Strore.
Window glass at Guiteau Si Waldron's I
A case of wife beating is reported
in the southwest part of the city.
Will Evefyne Cornell please call
at the News office?
The first of August will be quite
1111 event 111 the history of the city.
The Star Store and the Flag Store
will move into their new quartets.
Chicago beer it
F. C- J. Lebermann'*.
M. F. Dealing i* receiving letters
almost daily from the agents of theat-
rical troups who wish to visit otfr
city this fall and winter. This brings
up again the necessity of having a
lee cold beer atTivoli Hall.
Tooth brushes—best quality, low-
est prices, at Aclieson's Drug Store.
Good, heavy, mbstantial pocket
knives at Aclieson's Drug Store.
Leberthahn & Co. keep the celebrated
W. J. Lemp beer on draught.
The latest improved trusses at
Achcson's Drtig Store, children's
sizes carried iti stock.
Beer! Beer I Beer I
Ice ! Ice! Ice !
at Lebermann & Co's.
It ii reported, and we have good
reason for believing with some
truth, that J. L. Driggs, of Kansas
City, will return to Denison nnd en-
gage in the dry goods business in the
building to be vacated by Samuel
Star & Co.
There is a large pool of stagnant
water standing in the rear of a
hotel in this city. As the proprietor
takes the News, we hope that he
will take the hint and have itdrained
off before he falls into the clutches of
; ■ ■ ■■ : ——jer
After tho Hogs. Tbe Eclipse.
Y The Marshal was out on a hog The Eclipse livery stable, Jack
razzia Friday evening, and about Gallagher proprietor, is one of the
lifly porkers now languish in the j largest and best appointed establish-
public pound. Those whose hogs ments in the eityj Mr. Gallagher
did not report at roll call Friday has taken great pains ;tnd spiffed 110
evening, will do weH to call at the expense to make it worthy o'f the
pound this morning and redeem | patronage of otfr citizens. His
their pets, as in accordance with the carriages are nearly all new, and o'f
ordinance they will be advertised in the best Eastern manufacture. His
three days and additional costs stock lias been selected with great
added.- care; such a thing as a broken dowfi
The Marshal is now evidently dc- horse is not to be found in his stable,
termined to enforce the ordinance in j Mr. Gallagher possesses superior
earnest, and we are satisfied that the j facilities for boarding stock; his
great majority Of our pesple will be stable is the coolcst and best venti-
The best dried beef iti the city at Gais
man & Co.'s 7 *3 tf
The second story of John Ourand's
new building is completed and work
has commenced on the third.
The Coldest Beef,
Frash and Sparkling,
at Yeidel's. 6 17 tf
Fellows' HypophospliiteS, the
greatest remedy for debility, exliaus
tion, or weakness in the known
world, at Acheson's Drug Store.
Lebermann & Co. sell Kentucky swet
and sour mash whiskies. g(
John Favrow and Willie Boss,
will join their fortunes with Mun-
son's surveying party to the Pau
Milk punches atTivoli Hall. 7 itf
We call the attention of the mar-
shal to the rears of the premises on
Maiu street from Austin to Houston
avenues. The filth is enormous and
the stench abominable.
Pure white lead and oil mixed, all
ready for the brush at Hanna's Drug
It was supposed several times yes-
terday that Charley Moulton was
djing. He clings with wonderful
tenacity to life. He cannot possibly
survive many hours longer.
ice Cold Beer at Yeidel's.
6 17 tt
A valuable sulphur spring is re-
ported to have been recently discov-
ered in the woods two miles north-
west of the city.
Oranges, lemons and grapes at C. R.
Super's. 7 12 iw
The Lone Star Mill received a
car load of wheat Thursday from
Whitesboro. The first shipment of
the kind over the D. & F,
We regret to chronicle the fact,
that the road meeting held last night
at the office of JolmC. Montgomery,
was a failure. The apathy of our
citizens is truly astonishing. Un-
doubtedly the warm weather had
something to do with the slim attend-
Lunch crt Yfiitfel's.
Lunch and Grow Fat.
6 I7 tf
Dr. Rutherford expresses great
confidence in his ability to prevent
the introduction of yellow fever into
the manufacturers needing money, I
bought six cases ladies kid Newport tics,
worth $2, which can be had for $1.35 per
pair. Come early and get a bargain at
Mr. Sfeiner has resigned his posi-
tion as .book keeper at the Star
Store, and will return tor his home
in New York. Joint Simpson Wrff
be Mr. Steinet's successor.
New Y">rk creamery cheese atGaisman
& Co.'s-. 19,tf
The Sunday News has a circula-
tion nrore than dotibfe that of any
newspaper published in Denison.
A very important item for those
wishing to advertise.-
Beer J Beer! Beer J
that's the Cry at Yeidel's. 6 I7 tf
The M., K. & T. took out seven- !
fy.seven car loads of cattle Friday;
sixty ol llidm come in from Wliites-
■— 1 ■ ■
l adies, call and see the nobbiest sandal i
kid slippers rrr the citf, just received at
Donaldson 4: Cnmpbell's. 13,tf
— 0 • ■ " —~
From 9 to 11 a. m. and from 9 to 11 p
Business in the Mayor's court has
been very dull lately. Only one cast-
Friday. The party arraigned plead
guilty to a disturbance of the peace
by striking a darkey over the head
with a billiard cue and paid his fine
of five dollars and costs.
Six cases ladies house slippers, only 35
cents, at Sherburne's. 29tf
Bernard Sevres, a simple French-
an, wandering about the city,
strolled into the county Court rocm
Tuesday while the commissioners
and deputy clerk TltCk, Were out,
and scribbled in a bold and incoher-
ent hand over two pages of one of
the large record books. It is a silly
batch ot stuff in the French tongue,
and it will have to remain there.—
Columbia kid Newport tfes. worth
per pair for $1.25 at Sherburne's. a'9tf
Fot sale. For further particulars en-
quire of John Ourand, at his place of
business on Main street. jy*7tf.
The attention of the benevolent
people is called to the case of Mrs.
Ray, a blind lady living 011 Sears
street, near Chandler avenue. The
lady is in destitute circumstances,
actually suffering for the necessaries
of life. She has three children to
.support. We hope the benevolent
association will render her immedi-
59 pair i.dies peble Newport ties left
—only $1—a bargain, at Sherburne's. 2t>tf
On the evening of August 5th the
Denison Cornet Band and i.hc Soci-
ety Vorwaerts will give a gi'.*ld
promenade concert at the grounds
of the Vorwaerts, corner of Chestnut
street and Burnett avenue. A new
feature will be introduced on the
occasion, the music for the dancing
being furnished entirely by the brass
band. The recent promenade con-
cert given under the' atfspices of the
Vorwoirts was a splendid success,
being patronized by the etile of the
city. Those who were present will
always remember the occasion' with
pleasure, and will look foiward to
the fourthcomiug concert even with
Denison offers $t,ooo for the premium
bale. This premium bale business is
mighty line for the man who has the
bale^ but outside of that it don't amourt
to much/ A man is liable to take in
the premium at Denison one week, and
eotne to Sherman tvith the rest of his
cotton the next. Last year wc had just
such a case, if vfe mistake hot.—Register.
Denison has made 110 rttth offer,
and is not likely to. The Register
man's head is about level 011 this
premium business. Denison will
My Upon paying liberal priccs to
secure the cotton trade this season.
We beliute Mir buyers can make it
to the advantage of the planters to
bring their cotton hefe. We have
facilities for handling the staple this
year possessed by 110 other market
in this portion of the State, and the
planter who comes here with his
cotton bales will reap the benefit.
rejoiced to hear it.
Special bargains in ^natWe wines a
Lebermann & Co.'s. 5 tj
; ■ ■■.—
V Mr. Barbrick, the father of the
little girl who was so badly burned
Wednesday night by a coal oil lamp
explosion, informs the News that the
party authorized to solicit subscrip-
tions to purchase medicines and help
pay the physician's bill, after collect-
ing considerable money, spent it for
whiskey. Mr. Barbrick is poor, and
hardly able to provide for his family.
The above, if true, to say the
least, is a most contemptible piece
A large supply ot Whittakee hams and
breakfast bacon at Gaisman & Co.'s
7 '3 tf
/ We learn that several parties have
turned their hogs loose, having been
informed that the ordinance had
been repealed at the last meeting of
the Council. This is not the case
and more, is not likely to be done.
We have too much respect for the
good sense of the Councilmen, to
believe for a moment, that they
would again turn loose these beasts
upon the community.
lated in the city, whice is a great
consideration for those wishing to
board their stock. The stable is
built of brick, and is so arranged
that there is no possible danger of
fire, and even if such an event should
occur; the stock could all be save
Withotft any difficulty. The News
cotnmend3 the Eclipse livery estab-
lishment to our citizens.
in huge Stone Mugs,
and Ice Cold,
6 I7 tf
He came: and as apostle priest and
In all good graces none grew faster,
In eloquence suuNstirring, in argument
A voice as music sweet—all loved the
He came; as messenger of peace and test
To weary souls by sin appresscd.
To guide and govern in all things Holy
And help to rid us of our faults and
He came; and as a pitted friend and
The sisters said they'd have none other
Some brother thought that tor entire
They might dare to look in some other
He came: But, alas! poor hutn'an nature4
Its appetites are all full stature
They will ever lead us into trouble
And all our miseries make double <
He came > Mad appetite it got the better
Of him than whom none e'er seemed
To lead the flock beside still waters
In pastures green, especially the
He came: Oft times the OtftCnt poison
The rict'ry o'er mind and heart and
But still to heaven he'd point the finger
Until poor soul he tampered with
He went —— .
NotJ'ing is better known to ordi-
nary schools than the grfat impiove-
ments in .Arithmetic in the last
quarter of a. cc.'Uury. The science
has also been vastly extended. Short
methods too, are ineoi^oiatcd in our
standard works 011 the subject.
Quack*r.bos, in his liiJle jnental
Arithmetic, auxiliary to the Arith-
metic- for the slate, publish-
ed in 1871, says: "The stOi'J'
of Mental Arithmetic has two
principal objects in view, to disci-
pline and impart quickness and accu-
racy in mental calculations."
Among the more important feat-
ures of his little work, are the follow-
ing : "The gradual and in'Juctiye
mode of unfolding the subject, with
the aid of rigid but clear analys's
expressed as briefly possible, ai d
the teaching of short methods and
processes actually used in the count-
Qur.cn Oil Can. That is the name of
it. Call at Gaistnan's and take a look
at it. 7 i6tf
The only oil can that has ever been
invented that won't leak is at Gaisman'*.
Quarantine is an effective safeguard
lor seaboard cities, because yellew fever
is easily communicated by medium of
ships, but it is the height of nonsense to
quarantine an inland town, and the ex-
perience of 1S78 would show thai to be
the case to any one not the subject of his
fears, or one who has a personal interest
in having quarantine kept up —Herald
A more foolish assertion than the
above seldom appeared in public
print, inland towns can, by strin-
gent precautionary quarantine meas-
ures, be protected from the ravages
of the yellow fever. This is a fact,
and has been demonstrated in a
number of instances, and we chal-
lenge the Herald to disapprove the
statement. It is the testimony of
some of the most eminent physicians
in the south that when yellow fever
first appears in seaboard cities, that
it can be prevented from spreading
to interior towns. Dr. Rutherford
is censured and poo-hooed by the
Herald, but the doctor is doing a
noble work 5 he is solying one of the
most important problems of the age,
of incalculable benetit to humanity,
that the yellow fever, by severe
quarantine . measure can be kept out
of the border of a State even as large
5,000 Rob Roys,
5,000 New World,-
5,000 After Tea.
5,000 Tea Rose.-
All new and choice brands of cigars,
ust received at \V00d & Co.'s 7- iStf
Louis Reichenstein, the Texas
agent for the Atiheuser Beer Com-
pany, is in the city.
Henry William King, apiominent
merchant of Champaign, Illinois,
will probably locate in our city or
Mr. Junk, traveling in the interest
of Marburg Bros., Baltimore, one of
the largest tobacco houses in the
United States, is in the city.
J. M. Martin, of the Sherman
Register, was in the city yesteiday.
Mr. Krug, the general agent of the
An'heuser Beer Company, is regis-
tered at the Alamo.
Miss Mollic Hughes, of Sedalia,
is 3topping in the city, the guest of
the Misses Rue.
G. W. Cushing, superintendent of
machinery M., K. & T/, was in the
city yesterday. ^
The latest brands and the best eigars
in the market,
For sale only at Wood & Co.'s 7-iStf
At an adjourned meeting of the
*'Rond Committee," held at the Gas
Office Isst night, Alf. Collins in the
chair; Herman Keuhn, secretary;
A. B. Person, K'gal advisor; E. H.
Lingo, audience, jtwas unanimou-ly
resolved that, owing to the aj:o-
tby of the Denison business commu-
nity, Denison roads needed no im-
provements. Plenty of business;
plenty of cotton prospectively, etc.,
etc. Hence further resolved, that
Denison road interests are safe in
the hands ot the county commission-
ers ; furthermore, that the proceed-
ings of this meeting be published in !
both papers. No further action lie- j
Motion made and carried 011 ad' i
J. S. Felps, superintendent of the
O. C. & M. Co.'s mines at McAllis-
ter, I. T., was married to Mrs. Fred--
Friday morning three young men
by the names of Page, Howard and
Ciiss arrived in the city from the
Territory. Page and Howard carried
Shotguns and Ciiss balls and am-
munitions. The shot guns were left
at the establishment of Mart Brown.
The young men visited several
saloons buying whisky. Their
movements excited flit* suspicion of
Constable Spence, who determined
to investigate them. l*age had a
pair of sad lie bags which Mr.
Spence felt certain contained fire
arms. The young men went into
the Bank Exchange and sat down
011 the floor near the door leading lo
the back yard Mr. Spence, in a
few moments,followed, accompani'd
by Mr. Campbell, the auctioneer,and
one or two other individuals. Spence
approached Page, taking hold of the
saddle bags,and in one of the pock-
ets a bottle of whisky was tound;
when the constable wanted to look
into the other pocket Page resisted,
striking a belligerent attitude; the
constable closed with him, and after
a moments struggle, captured the
Saddle bags. In the pocket was
found a large pistol. Page was
taken into custody and brought be-
fore Justice Riddle. A jury was
empaneled who, after hearing the
testimony aad t'ie eloquent address
of Major Maughes for the defendant,
and Mr. Randall for the Stale,
brought in a verdict, ot twenty-five
dollars with costs.
Winslow's Vermifuge has never been
excelled and rarely equaled.
Every bottle of Mrs. Wii.slow's Vermi-
fuge is guaranteed, Try it once and you
will buy no other kind.
We will give one hundred dollars in
gold for a case where a child afflicted
with worms does not get relief by the use
of Mrs. Winslow's Vermifuge. 7 t
\ No wonder they can build a few
brick business houses at the Cross
Roads, with walls from thirteen lo
nine inches thick. Such buildings as
are now going up on Main street in
this city, with their heavy stone
foundations and thick walls, cost
about three times as much as such
apologies for buildings as wc saw-
yesterday in process of erection in
If you are in want of pure bulk pu -
fumes, don't (ail to try those kept by \\ .
H. Hanna&Co. 2tf
A Dead Beat.
Several weeks ago a parly by the
name of E. D. Morris made his ap-
pearance in the city. He claimed
to be a fireman, but procured a posi-
tion as brnkcinan on the Choctaw
Division ol the M., K. & T. Mor-
ris look np his residence at the Nel-
son House; he also had a room at
the residence of Mrs, MiGowan, on
Sears street. On Wednesday Mor-
ris "lit out," leaving behind a num-
ber of creditors to mourn his untime-
ly departure. George Walters, pro-
prietor of the Nelson House,'suffered
to the tune of over fifteen dollars.
Mrs. McGovvaii will also ljse some-
thing over fifteen dollars. It is re-
ported that Morris, just before his
departure, stole some clothing be-
longing to bis room mate.
Morris is quite tall, withdaik hair
and complexion.; one of those indi-
viduals who is veiy free on a slioit
acquaintance. Ho went from Den-
ison to Sedalia, and to preyent oth-
ers from being victimized,'we would
usk the Sedalia press lo warn the
public against this prince of dead
A. T. Budlong has purchased tl e
house and lot on east Burnett avenue,
near the park, from Messrs. Tone &
Mmison, agents for Mr. Fawcett, a
party residing in Illinois.
Furniture nnd Qacenswnro at
Lee's Furniture Store.
Tapestry carpets, all wool, ingrain car-
pets, hemp and new style cottage carpets,
matting, linen window curtains, shading
of all colors, baby carriages, new styles
ol chairs—something new in the city.
All bought before the advances and will
be sold accordingly. 7*i6tf
Everybody in Denison and the neigh-
borhood knows or ought to, that Guiteau
& Waldron are giving the best satisfac-
t on as Druggists of any house who has
ever represented he business in the city,
both as regards the quality of their good*
and the eare with which they compound
and dispense medicines, as also their very
moderate prices. Stf
Rooms and Board.
Mrs. Rhea, corner of Sears street and
Burnett avenue, can accommodate a few
gentlemen with first-class day board.
She also has two delightful vacant rooms.
Terms reasonable. 7-i8d2w
Fine New York cheese at Gaisman &
Co.'s 7 13 tf
R.EMOViLL! REMOVAL !
OF TIIE POPULAR
WILL MOVE ON
THE FIRST OF AUOUST
II HaH. The lunch wil be
the city. itf 1 7
The Queen oil can is made of heavy
glass, coated with metal. Stop in at
Gaisman's and see it. * 7*i6tf
The firm of Yocum & Parmer has dis-
solved, Mr, Yocum retiring. Mr. Par-
mer the present proprietor, has fitted up
his establishment in elegant style. The
bar has been restocked witli a choice line
of whiikles, winca, brandies, imported
and domestic cigars. Only liquors of
standard brands will b« kept at the ; erick Morley, at that place Thursday
ST&. ; ■"««. th. m<i.i p**™ «w«i.
— — ♦ - , were purchased from Joe Lin* &
Hand-made shoes and slipper* (kid and ' n... «!,:> . in. .,,/►«
£oat) just received at Donaldson ti | n,°'' °f tl,iS Ut> WCrC
Campbell'*; cheap iwr cash, ijjt ami elegant.
We are determined to move as few goods as
possible and therefore Offer up to tie last day
of July our erttire stock consisting of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
and everything in our line at astonishingly low
prices. We mean business and intend to
sell at low prices rather than carry old
stock to our new location.
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