Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 161, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 10, 1879 Page: 4 of 4
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WEDNESDAY..SEPTEMBER xo, 1S79
K. POLK BUR HANS, City Editor.
Paint stock of nit kinds at bottom
priccs at Guiteau & Waldron's.
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A large stock of family groceries
just received, at George Stroube's.
<yf it' > I , ,,, s 24tf
Guiteau & Wal
The best cooking stoves in the
World at Leeper & Co.'5 S 24tf
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An immense stock of stoneware
fust received at F. Ledrick's 8 26tf
piopei to say n do,
lost his tail is curtailed ?
Pocket knives at
Lebennaiih & Co.'si
Look out for the grand opening of
Yeidel's now IJeer Hall. 9 iotl
Capt. Saunders was not so well
last night, and his recoveiy is very
Call and examine Hughes & Co.'s
prices on sugars and coffees. 9 7 iw
Patient back chairs^
hew, at Ledrick's.
Ladies' Pebble Nevvports $1.00 at
Sherburne's. 8 30 tf
Beer always on ice at George
Strotibe'si * 8 24tf
Pocket and table cutlery a special-
ty at Leeper & Co.'s 8 24tf
Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron's.
^ 7 25 tf
Pure wines and liquors at Guiteau
& Waldron's. - 7*2gtf
Baby carriages at cost at Cook &
Shceder's. 9 3*f
Call at the mammoth furniture
establishment of F. Ledrick. Every
thing new in the furniture line.
Three pair# of house slippers for
$1.00 at Sherburne's, thirty-five cts.
per pair. 8 30 tf
Two dollar Kid Newport®, war-
ranted for $1.50, a "word to the
wise," at Sherburne's. 8 30tf
Sam Ilanna, of Ilanna, Owens &
Co., returned from the north yester-
If you want fish of any kind go to
J. J. Collins and you will get No. i.
9 9 6t
J. J. Collins is getting in a large
stock of fresh groceries from the
East Lake, Put-in-Bay, Long
Branch, Saratoga, Green Point,
Manhattan Beach rockers and parloi
chairs, at J. M. Lea's. 9-9 tf
Mrs. McClain, Mrs. Dr. Feild's
mother, went south Tuesday even-
If you have any doubt about which
Way you are traveling, get a pocket
compass at Acheson's*
; A dancing master is introducing a
new dance expressly for fat people.
All the performers have to do is to
sit on the floor and kick;
J. J. Collins has the best liiie of
teas in the market, and wiil be sold,
cheap* 9 10 at
L. W. Evans, of Whitesboro, agent
for the cattle firm of Hunter & Evans
of St. Louis, was in the city yester-
day. He reports the cattle business
at a standstill injWhitesboro.
The Globe-Democrat of the 4th
s:tys: "Thfc many ruihorS afloat as
to the management of the Wabash
and Kansas City under the new deal,
and the YVabash as 11 now stands,
arc in a great majority preposterous.
For instance, \V. P. Robinson, Gen-
eral Traffic Manager of the Missou-
ri, Kansas and Texas, and one of the
ablest railroad men in the country,
is given the position of Traffic Man-
ager of the Wabash, and itimor
gives it to him just because Mr. Wm.
Bond, formerly General Manager of
the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, is
reported aS the next General Mana-
ger of the Wnbashj Mr. Robinson
has a very good thing a£ it is, and
on a road equal in every respect to
the Wabash. Official announcement!
is the only thing that would convince
St. Louisans that W. P. R. would
accept the proposition, although that
gentleman's say on the Subject has
not yet been said.
Fine Claret Wine Vinegar,
fresh Saur Kraut,
At Hughes & Co's. 9 7 iw
Passengers over the M., K. & T.
upon arriving at Sedalia, Mo., will
be entitled (without extra charge) to
a seat in one of those magnificent
Parlor cars, which are run on every
Express Taain between Sedalia and
St. Louis. The M.. K. & T. R'y is
the one and the only line that offers
the people this great convenience.
A colored porter is in attendance cn
A man died of liver complaint! One
dollar'# worth of " BLACK-DRAUGHT"
would have saved his life.
For Sale by GUITEAU & WALDRON.
Household furniture in endless
variety and at botton figures, at F.
Ledrick's. 8 24tf
The nobbiest stock of hardware
ever brought to the town at Leeper
& Co.'s. 8 24tf
If you want something fine in the
cracker line try those cream sodas at
Gaisman's. 8 23tf
5000 pounds of strictly pure white
lead from Collier Co. and Southern,
at Guiteau & Waldron's. 7 2^ }f
Rooms and Board.
Mrs. Rhea, corner ot Sears street
and Burnett avenue, can accommo-
date a few gentlemen with Jirst-class
day board. She has one pleasant
vacant 10cm, suitable for a gentle-
man and his wife or two gentlemen.
Terms reasonable. 8 29 2vv
Having the largest stock and sell-
ing at the lowest, prices, it is no
wonder that Guiteau & Waldron
have built up in little over a year,
the finest drug business in Grayson
county. ' 7-25tf
Lebermann & Co. keep the celebrated
W.J. Lenipbeeron draught.
Chicago beer at
Look out for the grand opening at
Yeidel's new Beer Hall. 9 iotf
Go to J. J. Collins for your choice
mackerel and fish of all kinds, and
will be sold lower than any other
house in the city. 9 10 2t
/A prize was given Sunday to the
scholar who had brought the most
new pupils to the school. The win-
ner was Ida Williams who received a
nice dress from the assistant superin-
tendent George Woods.
Look out for the grand opening of
Yeidel's new Beer Hall. 9 iotf
/ A cool ^refreshing breeze from the
South sprang up last night, but the
dust was flying in forty directions,
and it was nearly impossible to walk
J. J. Collins is headquarters for
ptire liquors of all kinds and will be
sold very low to the trade. 996
/An Indian, who chambered too
much firewater yesterday, created a
disturbance by throwing a beer glass
at a gentleman in Wolff's saloon and
was arrfested and placed in the cool-
er. Bob Masseyj of the Nation,
tried to get Marshal Hardwick to re-
lease the Indian, but without suc-
cess. Hardwick subsequently dis-
covered that Massey had a pistol in
his saddle-bags, and took charge of
him also. Both parties will be re-
quired to answer before the Mayor
India rubber door mats are the
most durable and satisfactory that
can be used. Get them at Ache
Mr. Venable has a nice house on
Gandy street for a good tenant. Call
at Mr. Legate's or Randell Brothers'
office. 9 5tf.
Oils at Guiteau & Waldron's.
seed at Guiteau
shoes only 75 cents,
Greatest variety and lowest prices
in toilet soaps, at Guiteau & Wal
Just received at'J. J. Collins, the
best and choicest stock of tobaccos
ever brought to this market, and will
be cheaper than ever was offered at
wholsale or retail. Come and see
on all goods, groceries and produce.
9 10 2t
Col. S. B. Haggart, architect, was
in the city Tuesday. He left in the
evening for Marshall, where he will
be engaged preparing plans and
specifications for several fine build-
ings during the next few weeks.
J. J. Collins has the only reliable
scales in the city, where farmers and
dealers can get fair and square waits.
9 10 21
^As a party of hilarious and up-
roarous Indians were galloping west
on Gandy street last evening one of
them was thrown from his horse,but
did not sustain any serious injury.
J. J. Collins will have two car
loads of choice Northern produce,
which will be sold very low to the
trade. 9 10 3t
s wf Last night a young lady who
longs to the archery club, playfully
Flower-pots at F. Ledrick's.
Fruit cans at Leeper & Co.'s
Of all those who used the Gutta
Percha paint to adorn their dwell-
ings, not one has complained of fad-
ing or lack of lustre, while many
others are vvondeiing why their paint
looks fiat and dead. Get the Gutta
Percha paint at Acheson's.
At Libbe's saloon at 10 o'clock a.
. m. and 10 o'clock p. m. 8 28 tf
Dr. W. M. Nagle
Physician and Surgeon. Day office:
Live Drug Store. Night call* should be
left at Chamberlain*', one door from the
northwest corner of Austin avenue and
Gandy street. 7 Mf
Which is Cheapest.
A package of Duke's Durham, contain
ing twenty pipe-full* 01 the be*t smoking
tobacco made, or one common cigar?
Jtach costs ten cents. 1 19 *Y
pointed her arrow in the direction of
a young man who was passing down
Main street. The aim was too true for
it passed through the young man's
hat. Two inches lower and it would
have penetrated his cranium. He
says a Cupid should shoot at the
heart and not the head.
If you want the best brands of
flour handled in the State, go to J. J.
Collins for it and you won't be de-
ceiyed in buying from him. 9 9 6
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never bo bilious.
For Sale by GUITEAU & WALDRON
A large lot of school books just
received by Cook & Sheeder. 9 3tf
Just Received at Bennett & Co.'s
A full line of ladies' and gents|
hosiery. Corsets, nursing corsets,
trimming silk, satin velvets, ribbons,
dress buttons and a full line of mil-
linery goods at bottom rock prices.
Undersold—wc will not be under-
sold. 9 3"
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The Dallas Herald says the delay
of the train from the South Monday
was caused by the burning of the
bridge over Richland Creek, some
ten miles south of Corsicana, and be-
tween Wortham and Richmond,Sun-
day night. It caught fire from a
passing freight train. The passen-
gers and baggage had to be transfer-
edfrom one train to another and it
did not arrive here until eleven
o.clock yesterday morning.
Office Denison Coal
and Gas Company,
All parties holding or asserting claims
against this company are requested to
present the same to me with items and
particular*. W. R. Rankin,
Sept. 8, 1079. 99 d iot
Cooke & Sheeder at the post office
have received some decided novel-
ties in the form of brackets, picture
frames, etc. They are made of wal-
nut shells, sawed into thin blocks,
glewed onto skeleton frames and
nicely varnished. They are verv pret-
ty and decidedly unique.
A Fow Whoiosomo Criticisms
Editor News :
Observing the ciitiques of the
Nkws on an address last Sabbalh
evening, the speaker regrets the im-
perfect manner in which the subject
was presented. But hp is surprised
to find the News in the interest of
Shylocks and grefedy speculators on
the country. There is an awful rage
to run the United States for pelf and
Individual aggrandizement. The
leaders in these schemes and their
subalteins in every part of the coun
fry, are opposed to looking higher
tlian their pockets, desiring to enslave
the masses for their own enrichment.
This frenzy is not confined to party
limits. The object of the address
referred to, was to draw attention to
the original purpose and design of
the government, and to the Divinity
that shaped its ends.
Washington, whose name is so
udious to tricksters, rebuked by
his example the insatiable greed
of modern politicians and tra-
ders in government stocks. What
af fall and shame for the country to
sink everything for the enrichment
of individual magnates!
We know, Mr. Editor, tha: }0ti
aire not in favor of the alliance of
church and State. Indeed, you ar-
gue correctly that the separation
ought to be even move thorough
than it is at present. For this great
result, the American people and the
worlel are indebted to the United
States. Priestly, .ghostly domina-
tion, and ecclesiastical tyranny and
oppresion under whatever liame,-
received a tremendous check on the
4th of July, 1876 ;and by the success
of the new republic, despite odds,
that humanly speaking, were unsur-
How is it, Mr. Editor, that any
effort to arouse public attention to
these truths, high above mere party
claim, it is to be held worthy only
of sneer anel ridicule? Are Christ-
ians of opinion that man's ancient
rights, and religious liberty and the
peaceful enjoyment of the rights of
conscience, divinely contemplated in
the establishment of the American
Republic, are all mere moonshine
and idle vagary, and that nothing is
worth anything in religion, but sen-
timentalism and bigotry ; and that in
civil matters, nothing is to be valueel
but violent sectionalism and the al-
Mr. Editor, the confusion and
clouds that so gloomily and preter.-
itously hang over country can be dis-
sipated only by recurrence to first
principles. The Bourborism of
both North and South must be sub-
stituted by an intelligent and patrio-
tic comprehension of the situation
and of the crisis.
Among other crying evils is the
tendency to lower the standard of
education, and to persecute to star-
vation and everlasting tramping any
one laboring for the imptoved educa-
tion of youth, &nd the restoration of
the country to its primitive spi i ,*
scope and plan. Citizen.
R. M: Kiclgway, General road-
master, and R. S. Yost, tie inspect-
or of the M., K. &. T. fcairie ill from
the north last night.
Six cars of cattle and twenty caf
loads of cotton were shipped north
F. E. Shaffer, agent at String-
town, I. T., was in the city jester-
G. W. Cushing, superintendent of
machinery of the M., K. & T., was
in the city yesterday.
A special train with A. Mitchell
general manager, C. M. Sheafe su-
perintendent of transportation and E.
Harding division superintendent of
the M., K. & T., will arrive from
Sedalia this afternoon.
The burglars who went through
the M., K. & T. safe at Humboldt
station made a very slim haul. The
amount carried ofl was only ten or
Pete Byrne, the jolly, big hearted
Pete of the M., K. & T., left 'for
Parsons yesterday to' take charge of
a work train.
Major Trumbull, of Sherman, was
in the city yesterday. 1
Atrial packageof "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
free of charge at
GUITEAU & WALDRON'S.
Donaldson & Campbell are selling
a box-toeel calf shoe for $3, which is
worth $4. Call and examine them.
7 26 t
Go to J. J. Collins for yourchoice
butter and lard. Can't be undersold
by anybody. 9 9 61
Free lunch at 10 a. m.
S p. m. daily.
Pure liquors and
best cigars furnished customers.
G'vVork on Mrs. Brown's house will
commence this week. We hope
those who have subscribed towards
its construction will pay up prompt-
ly on being called on as the money
is needed to pay for lumber, etc.
J. J. Collins has the largest stock
ot jugs in the city and will sell them
cheap, and if you want to get them
filled with anything that is good, I
guarantee that you will, and come
back and have them filled again.
Come.and sec mt'beforc buying else-
J.J. Collins has the finest line of
tobaccos in Northern Texas, and
can't or shan't be undersold by any
house in this section of the country.
Please come and see our smoking to-
baccos as I have a large stock ol all
kinds and good, and can't be under-
sold by anybody. Come and see
A stranger arrested Monday by
officer Johnson, for being found ly-
ing in a beastly state of intoxication,
was fined bv the Mayor two dollars
and costs Tuesday morning. On his
statement that he was nearly out of
funds and desirous ot proceeding on
his journey South, the Mayor and
the officers of the court remitted their-
fees and he got off by simply paying
A dry goods man, involved in the
difficulty Saturday night in a saloon
on Main Street, by which a large
crowd was attracted, was discharged
by the Mayor. Most of the testimo-
ny, which was given under oath,
was to thft effect that there had been
110 fight, in fact no disturbance worth
mentioning, everything hael been
lovely and serene. It is strange how
little friendly squabbles will be exag-
" BLACK-DRAUGHT " curcn dynpep-
sia, indigestion and heartburn.
For Sale by GUIYEAU & \VALDRON.
Notice to Tax Payors.
Notice is hereby given that by
order of the city council of the city
of Denison, all property on which
taxes have not been paid for the year
1878 will be fold for taxes 011 the
1st Tuesday in November next, it
being the 4M1 elay of said month.
The penalty for advertising and
other costs will accrue 011 and after
the 4th day of October next. iw
DenisoiV, Tex., Sept. 5th, 1879.
J. P. Thompson,
Assessor and Collector.
Board by the day or week, with
or without rooms, at Mrs. N. ~S.
Geoige's, northeast coincr of Austin
avenue and Gandy street. Furnished
or unfiuiiishcd rooms to rent.
8 2S iw
One of our staff was in Sherman
Tuesday, and happened to' hear old
Uucle Billy Wheat, one of our wor-
thy commissioners make the remark
that for one, he was in favor ol hav-
ing a good well dug .in the court-
house square, and if the people of the
county were not willing, as tax-pay-
ers, to donate a sufficient sum for
the purpose, he would h'ead the sub-
scription himself by paying a liberal
sum towards procuring the enter-
prise. The idea of one commission-
er is that people who come to Sher-
man should be entitled to' water
without money and without price.
Although we reside in Denison, we
say amen to the effort, and hope the
people will lend a helping hand.
Air and water are the two rcepiisites
that man is entitled to whether he
has money or not.
"CLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costivenecR
For Sale by GUITEAU & WALDRON.
Several lots of good land, contain-
ing forty acres each, one mile south-
east from Pottsboro. Seven miles
from Sherman or Denison. $100
for first installment, will secure a
homestead, the balance by install-
ments, cows or material for fencing
taken as part paly. Farm to rent
adjoining these lots. Also a house
and lot 011 Crawford street, Denison.
Enquire ot Messrs Tone & Murtson,
or T. Foreman, 011 the premises.
J. D. Woodyard, the popular jew-
eler, received yesterday an elegant
stock of watches, gold and silver,
gold guard chains, diamond rings,
fine cameo rings. He now has a
full line of goods which will be sold
at very close price*. Call and see
him. " 9"7"2t
300 ladies to buy walking shoe,
only $1.00 per pair, at Sherbtirne'ss
S 30 tf
Remember the place—when you
want anything good and cheap in the
hardware line, go to Leeper tk Co.'s
J. J. Collins is the headquarters
for all kinds of groceries and provis-
ions. 9 9^'
An Ordinance to Auioud Soction 1.
ot an Ordinance Relating to the
Carrying of Deadly Weapons-
lie it Ordained by the. City ( outi-
cil of the City of Denison :
SfccrldN 1. That Section 1 of Of
dinance 43, an ordinance relating to
the carrying t/( deadly weapons, le
amended so as to read :
Any person wearing or carrying
011 or about his person, any pistol or
revolver, diik, , dagger, blung-ahotf
Sword cane, billy, knuckles ot brass
rti- any other metal, bowie knife*
razdr, d?rfc knife or any other deadly
weapon within the City of Denison,
unless carrying the same lorthe law-
ful defense of the State as a militia
man in actual service, or as a peace
officer, or polic-man, c/r marshal,
shall-be deemed guilty of a misde-
meanor, and upon conviction there*
of, shall be fined not less than twenty
five nor more than one hundred dol-
lars. Provided : that nothing herein
contained shall be construed to pro-
h;bit any per.-on from keeping cr
■bearing arms at his or her place of
business or residence, not to prohibit
or prevent civil officers, or officers
summoned lorthe performance of (a
special duty,lrom keeping or bearing
arms, while engaged in the discharge
of their official or special duty, nor
ahty United States, State, County or
City Officers from wearing such wea-
pons as may be necessary for the
discharge of their duties.
Sec. 2. That any ordinances or
parts of ordinance in cor flict wiflt1
this ordinances be and the same arc
Sec. 3. That this Ordinance take
effect and be in force from and after
its passage and publication.
Passed and approved September
[attest.] 'VV. M. Peck,
Ed. F. Radeleff, Mayor.
Winslow's Vemiluge has never been
excelled and rarely equaled.
Everv bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Vermi-
fuge ic guaranteed. Try it once and you
will buy no otner kind.
We will give one hundred dollars ir
gold for a case where a child afllicted with
worms doeR not get relief by the use of
Mrs. Winslow's Vermifuge. 7 1
You can't find a ragged looking
coat of paint in town, where the
Gutta Percha paint has been used.
It positively beats anything for dura-
bility in this climate. Get it at
Just come in, no shoddy goods,
hut reliable leather Newpoit ties,
only $t.oo per pair, good house shoe
at Sherburne's. 8 30tf
j. J. Collins has the best line of
No. p mackerel, ever brought to this
market for sale, direct from Boston,
Mass, 9 9 fit
An Ordinance Concerning Privies.
Be it ordained by. the City Council
of the. city of Denison ;
Section i. That all' privies here-
after constructeel within the limits
prescribed by this ordinance shall be
constructed upon the cartli—closet
' Sec. 3. That all privies now in
use within said limits shall be so
changed as to conform to the Cartli
closet system within ninety days after
the adoption of this ore!inance.
Sec. 3. That the earth—closet sys-
tem in its simplest form shall con-
sist of a movable water-tight box,
for the reception of matter.
Sec. 4. That saiel boxes shall be
removed, changed or emptied
disinfected whenever they shall be-
come three-fourths full.
Sec. 5. That all vaults now in'
use within said limits shall be filled
with dry earth when the privy i^
made to comply with this ordinance.
Sec. 6. That the district embraceil
within the meaning of this ordinance
shall be bounded as follows: Oil
the north by Morton street, 011 the
cast by the H. cSt T. C. and M., K.
& T. railway tracks, on the south by
Nelson street, and on the west by
Sec. 7. That the owner of any
property lying within the limits pre-
scribed by this ordinance, who shall
fail to comply with its provisions
shall be deemed guilty of a misde-
meanor and upon conviction thereof,
shall be fined not less than $1 nor
more than $10 for each day until the
ordinance is complied with.
Sec. 8. That all ordinances and
parts ot ordinances in conflict here-
with be and the same are hereby re-
Sec. That this ordinance shall
take effect from and after its passage
Passed and approved September
[Attest.] VV. M. Puck,
Edwakd F. Radkmci'F,
Stop using Calomel and try " BLACK-
DRAUGHT " for liver diseases.
For Sale by GUITEAU & WALDRON.
Some unprincipled dealers, because
they could t-ee a tew cents more profit,
have been guilty of offering worthless
substitutes for the only original and gen-
uine Sulphur Soap—Glenn's by name.
Therefore, the public should guard
against this deception, and always
for "Glenn's Sulphur Soap,' by its full
name, and take no other.
Head the following evidence from a
highly respectable source:
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 6f 1879.
C. N. Crittenton, Esq.:
Dear Sin—I have travelled fo>- three
years for Messrs. Charles Scribne.-' Sans,
Publishers, New York, and desire to in-
form you that I have used your inciinpa -
able "Glenn's Sulphur Soap" exclusively
f r about four years ;also have recommen-
ded it to very many persons, and my con-
stant experience has been that it po ses-
set all tne medical rdvantage that yi u
c'aiin for it. All to whom I hive recom-
mended it say, as well as myself, that it
t*es«rves its established reputation as Chs
b^st md most efficacious Sulphur ton
that can be used for all skin cleansing aft
well as toilet purposes. Some unprinci-
pled drug store keepers have endeavored
to substitute other kinds of Sulphur Soap
for Glenn's—saying thev were "just as
good," but having myself trie I other
kinds, I find none are >o good or so bene-
ficial as the Cenu ne Sulphur Soap stamp-
c.l "Glenn's" wh ch alio I have learned 10
observe always bears the name of "C. N.
Crittenton, Proprietor," on the packet.
C. T Dt'BXNJT.
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