Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 1, 1879 Page: 4 of 4
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WEDNESDAY OCTBER i, 1879 J
Canary seed at
There's not a person in town who
lias used it. but is loud in his praise
of Gutta Percha paint. Get it at
100 pairs moie of hose, pebble
goat Newport ties for $1.00 at Sher
bin ne's cash shoe store. 9 14 tf
Oils at Guiteau & Waldron's.
Everybody goes to the St. Elmo.
Donaldson & Campbell's stock of j~
boots and shoes for fall and winter
trade is beginning to arrive. They
are the best selected goods of the
kind ever brought to the city. Call
and examine them. Get their prices
and you can't help buying. 9 27 3l
• Look lor the first star.
M. Chichet for
Turkey and Oyster Soup,
Free Lunch. 9 27 6t
Would you believe it? Come and
see a $2.00 kid Newport tie for
Si.^o at Sherburne's cash shoe store.
9 H «
Gaisman & Co. will from this
date have fresh pressed yeast on sale
Tuesdays and Fridays. 9 17tf
5000 pounds of strictly pure white
lead from Collier Co. and Southern,
at Guiteau & Waldron's. 7 25 }f
Physician and Surgeon. Day office :
Live Drug Store. Night calls should be
left at Chamberlains', one door from the
northwest corner of Austin avenue and
Gandy street. 7 2tf
Pocket knives at
Council meeting Thursday night.
Pinafore will strike Sherman next
Jos. Gunter and <W. B. Munson,
of Sherman, were in the city Tues-
A tri al pack age of "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
free of charge at
Guiteau & Waldron's.
This morning the tinkle, tinkle,
little bell, will be heard inthesaloons
of this city.
Nothing of interest transpired in
the Mayor's Court Tuesday morning,
Nobody had violated the ordinances
of the city.
The bell punch proved fatal to
five of our saloons—Woll's, M., K.
& T., Ward's Brunet's and the Sen-
Pure wines and liquors at Guiteau
& Waldron's. 7*251^
The T. & F. O. Social club give
their first ball at the Alamo Wednes-
day night. The editor acknowledges
Guiteau & Wal
7 25 tf
House slips for 35 cents at Sher-
burne's cash shoe store. 9 14 tf
Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron's.
7 25 tf
and oysters at
Fluoric acid for dissolving glass
and making glass signs, at Ache-
A specialty at Leeper's Harwarde
depot. 9 28 1 w
I found the place to buy my flut-
ing machines and mv tin ware and
save 25 per cent. It's at McCarthy
& Co.'s. 9 26 3t
An examination will convince you
that McCarthy & Co. haev the largest
stock, the grandest variety of goods
and the lowest prices ever offered
in Denison. 9 36 3t
A congregational meeting of the
members and friends of the Presby-
terian church will be held Wednes-
day evening at 7 1-2 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired by the session.
M. Chichet, of the Grand South-
ern, keeps the coolest beer and gives
more beer tor 5 cents than any other
saloon in the city. 9 26tf
A reporter went to Muskogee
To see the Indian fair—
He wore a linen duster
And a standing coll-i-air.
He had a season pass.
His heart was light and friskey,
His baggage was a pencil
And a pint of old,rye whiskey.
What has become of the proposed
ordinance restricting lewd women to
a certain locality? Has it been pig-
eon holed or what has become of it?
True as Gospel.
Leeper is selling more wagons
than any two houses in town. The
Bain and Mulbourne can't be got
away with, do what they will. 9 2Stf
A man died of liver complaint 1 One
dollar's worth of "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
would have saved his life.
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron.
Stop using Calomel and try " BLACK-
DRAUGHT" for liver disease*.
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron.
Which is cnoapost.
A package of Duke's Durham, contain-
ing twenty pipe-fulls or the best smoking
tobacco made, or one common cigar?
Each costs ten cents. 1 19 ly d&w
Fresh oysters received every day
at the St. Elmo. 9 17
A large number of our citizens are
attending court at Sherman. When
they get through giving their evi-
dence they are marched before the
Grand Jury to tell what they know
about the Sunday law.
Yeidel's beer hall is constantly
crowded with customers. 9 17tf
J.J. Collins has returned from St.
Lous, where he laid in a splendid
stock of groceries for the fall trade.
Mrs. C. returned with him, she hav-
ing been spending the summer
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cureo costiveneBa
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron.
Our stock is now complete. We
have the largest and best selected
stock of Ranger cooking and heating
stoves to be found in Texas and at
the lowest prices at McCarthy &
Co.'s _ 9 26 3t
Weill Did You Ever?
Leeper 6ells cooking stoves that
don't burn wood or make any smoke.
No flew required. The coal oil
stove does the business. Try on"!.
9 28 iw
French coffee pots planished and
Britannia tea pots in endless variety
at McCarthy & Co.'s. 9 26 31
Hardware is going up but Leeper
keeps the prices down. 9 28 iw
Winslow's Vvmiluge has never been
excelled and rarely equaled.
Everv bortie of Mrs. Winslow's Vertni-
luge is guaranteed. Try it once and you
will buy no otner kind.
We will give one hundred dollars ir
gold for a ense where a child afflicted with
worms does not get relief by the use of
Mrs. Winslow's Vermifuge. 7 1
Sherburne is getting in the largest
and best af-sortfd stock of boots and
\r rtli Tex as. 9 14 tf
S. Mayer, of Dallas, arrived in this
city Monday night 111 obedience to a
telegram informing him that his wife,
who is at the Planters House with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franks,
had given birth to a fine girl baby,
weighing twelve pounds.
A grand lunch twice a day at Yei-
del's. Eat and grow fat.
Patton B. Murray, formerly of
this city, and at one time in chargc
of the city circulation of the Nkws,
is now editor of the Oxford, (Miss.)
Falcon, and candidate for mayor of
that city on the democratic ticket.
Success to you, "Pat."
Greatest variety and lowest prices
in toilet soaps, at Guiteau & Wal-
Complaint was filed in the May-
or's ofiicc charging Mrs. Goode, the
party who gave the dance Monday
night, with keeping a disorderly
house. The trial will probably take
place to-day. This will, in all prob-
ability, end the disgraceful scenes
enacted lately on Crawford street.
Ladies' Pebble Newports $1.00
at Sherburne's. 8 30 tf
■ - 1 - ♦ I"
The following distingushed speak-
ers are expected to be present at the
Grand Democratic rally at Sherman
on the 16th: Hendricks, Vance,
Reagan^ Hubbard, Coke, Throck-
morton, Maxey, George Vest; also
Wash Jones, E. G. Delloney, Gen.
Hammond and H. F. O'Neal.
,iNui8anoo on Crawford Street.
We are requested by several par-
ties residing on Crawford street to
call the attention of the authorities
to the dances given by various other
paities on that street every two or
three nights. The women who fre-
quent these dances, or the majority
of them at least, are not by any
means like Cajsar's wife, but some
of them are notorious prostitutes,
and the men who frequent them, as
a general rule, become drunk and
use such violent, obscene and pro-
fane language in the house and near
it, as to shock the feelings of every
deacent person. The cursiug, hollow-
ing and other racket is kept up dur-
ing the entire night, and sleep is out
of the question.
They claim that they have repeat-
edly requested the marshal- to inter-
fere and stop these disgraceful pro-
ceedings, but he has not done so,
and the parties complaining now
publicly call attention to this nui-
sance in hopes that the mayor and
city council will give them redress.
Dr. Malcolm returned from a visit
to Tishomingo, Tuesday evening.
The Chickasaw legislature, which
has been in session several days, ad-
journed at 9 o'clock Tuesday morn-
ing. The night before, they adopted
a resolution, which received the
hearty support of all the full-bloods,
eudorsing ex-Goveinor Overton for
their next governor. There setms
to be a veiv general desire through-
out the Nation that the Governor
shall again assume the office of chief
executive. The only opposition he
would have in the race would be
from a minority who are opposed to
giving the negro the benefit of citi-
Paint stock of all kinds at bottom
prices at Guiteau & Waldron's.
_______ 7 25
i/ Thursday last, a Mr. Brown, the
son of Elijah Brown, a citizen of the
Indian Territory, while riding on the
prairie near Thishomingo, was at-
tacked by three men. Several shots
were fired at him, killing his horse
and breaking one of his legs. Brown
being armed made a gallant defense
and managed to beat his assailants
off. He then crawled to a cluster of
bushes where he was found by a
party and taken to "£ishomirigo.
Brown knows the parties who woun-
ded him but refuses to give their
names ; perhaps the young man in-
tends to abide his time and avenge
himself without troubling the autho-
All other hair dressing has yield-
ed in favor of Vaseline Pomade.
Get it at Acheson's.
A Cheeky Customer.
«A few weeks ago, a stranger who '
gave his name as Wm. Sullivan,
was found in the streets sick. The j
city police placed hirn in the city
jail, the only available place at their
disposal, where he was kindly taken
care of by Mr. Nelms. He remained
there about a week and apparetly
completely recovered. He
oped a very ugly disposition while
there, cursing and swearing in an
outrageous manner whenever any-
thing did not suit him. Shortly
after, he had a relapse and was
again found lying down in the street,
apparently very sick. Dr. Feild
prescribed for him and Mayor Peck
employed Sam Wheelbarger to take
care ot him until he was sufficiently
recovered to be taken to the poor
farm. He staid with Mr. Wheel-
barger ten days, developing an appe-
tite which fairly astonished every-
body, and was then sent, at the ex-
pense of the city, to the poor farm.
Now he ia again here, having re-
mained at the poor farm only one
day, the diet not suiting him there.
He says that cornbread and butter-
milk are not to his taste. He is un-
doubtedly a hard case and does not
deserve to be pitied. It seems ns
thoufih such parties should be made
to leave the city at once.
" 3LACK-DRAUGHT" curcs dynpop-
oia, indigestion and heartburn.
For sale by Guiteau & \V11ldron.
A Fine Norman Horse
From the Courier.
Our citizens will remember the
fine white mane and tail, dappled
chestnut sorrel stable horse that has
been seen,ro('e and sometimes woik-
devel- 1 e(j j„ a buggy 011 our streets, belong-
ing to Mr. Isaac Shero, six miles
West on the Sherman and Whites-
boro road. On Saturday night last,
he became ill towards his groom,
striking and biting at him, bit him-
self on the breast, struck his jaws
with his hind feet, and bit his hind
feet—bellowed and carried 011 furi
ously when any one was about him.
He never tried to break from his
confinement, but was restless and
excited when anything caine near
him, and went into fits at the sight
of water. He lived two days and
nights after taken. He was sup-
posed to have been bitten two months
ago by a skunk that had been found
in the stable and killed by a dog that
is yet living, but not bitten by the
cat so lar as known. The horse was
valued at ijjiooo.
Campbell is more than busy ar-
ranging a splendid assortment of
new goods, booth and shoes till you
can't rest, at prices away down.
Step in and take a look at those
Philadelphia ton ton French calf
boots. 9 27 3*
Oysters! Oyters I! Oysters'! I
the St. Elmo.
We hope the democrats of Deni-
son will be in Sherman 011 the 16th in
force. This will be unquestionably,
the event of the year. It is an occa-
sion when the progressive democ-
racy of the county should make
their influences felt. We are one of
those who believe the place to cor-
rect erroneous legislation is in the
democratic party, not out of it. by
seeing to it that thepaity is educated
up to the proper standard. If we
want liberal laws we must send lib-
eral, as well as intelligent men to
the legislature, and this can only be
done by the promulgation of liberal
ideas among the people who com-
pose the party. It is very essential
that the democracy of Denison turn
out in force and make their influ-
ence felt in this great gathering of
And Still Ahoad.
We have just received a new lot
of pants, dress goods, notions, boots
and shoes, also a complete line of
miliiiety goods which where bought
at a discount and we will give our
customers the benefit of them, by
selling t em at St. Louis wholesale
prices. All unite in saying that we
sell cheap. Give us a call and see
lor yourselves. Bennett & Co.
10 1 tf
v The beliel seems to be universal
in Texas that the bite of a skunk is
equally as dangerous as the bite of a
mad dog, and experience seems to
bear it out. In the north skunks are
very common, but no one anticipates
any danger irom the bite. The
Texas skunk must either be a dif-
ferent animal or else the climate
must have a peculiar effect upon
We learn that Mrs. Walker, the
colored oratress, will institute le*al
proceedings against J. A. Pryor and
Frank Hardin for false imprison-
ment, immediately on her release
from ...iniprwomrreTrh- Pryor and
Hardin were paid $10 by a negro
for following Mrs. Walker and her
husband and for bringing her back.
No official authority was given to
Pryor, no complaint had been made
and therefore it is more than likely
that Pryor has put his foot in it.
Arresting persons without being au-
thorized to do so, on the mere say so
of a negro, who does not even re-
side in this county, and bringing
them to this city, is certainly a
strange proceeding, and one which
we believe is not by any means in
conformity with the laws.
jjjui^tDne hundred and eleven rccruits
from Jefferson Barracks, arrived in
the citv Tuesday afternoon 011 the
M., K. & T. road. Thcv remained
in this city long e.lough to partake
of some refreshments prepared at
the Alamo Hotel, and then proceed-
ed 011 their journey to San Anto-
nio. The recruits will be assigned
to the 4th and 8th regiments of U.
S. cavalry, now stationed in the de-
partment of Texas. Lieutenant
Morton, of the 3d U. S. Cavalry,
was in command of the p.uty.
Leave orders for wood with Knif-
fin Bros. 9 14tf
We have received the following
0 I periodicals for September:
Munson's Phonographic New*;
eight pages of letter press and six-
teen of beautifully lithographed Pho-
nography. Contains: Letter from
Isaac Pitman ami Malison's reply;
Our Grammars, Around the World
No IV—a very interesting series of
letters by the wrty } O'Gorman on
Thomas Molt, Disreali's Prophecy,
Faction and Tyranny, Opinions of
the Phrase Book, Personal, and Edi-
torial Paragraphs. Published by
J. E. Munson, New York* at $2 ai
Browne's Phonographic Monthy ?
common print, but usually illustrated
with one or more pages of fac sim-
ilie reporting notes, etc. Contains :
How Napoleon Wrote by Dictation;
Fourth Annual Shorthand Banquet;
Portrait of II. J. Geusler; Experi-
ences: Phonetics and Phonototypy ;
Book reviews; Everett's reply to I.
Pitman; Personals, etc. D. J. Scott-
Browne publisher, New York ; price
$2 a year.
After a long rest the Phonetic
Magazine, published at Oskaloosa,
Ohio, has again made its appearance.
This publication is printed e itirely
in the Isaac Pitman style o( Phono-
graphy and is the organ of the En-
glish system in this country. Its
contents is interesting, and the mag-
azine is furnished at the low price of
$1 a year. The lithograpbingis rath-
er poor, bat is perfectly legible to
any one familiar with the system.
• A trestlework just south of Irom
Ore bridge, 011 the II. & T. C.T
caught fire Monday night and was
partially burned, delaying the north-
bounJ night exoress nearly two
hours. The train was flagged by a
tramp going south, who peifoimed
a good action for once in his career.
The damage was speedily repaired
by Mike Q-iinn, of this city.
ne hundred and eleven recruits ar
rived from the North yesterday after-
noon, in charge of Lieut. Charles
Morton of the 3d cavalry, en loute
for San Antonio. They were re-
freshed here with fifty gallons of
coffee from the Alamo Hotel.
R. W. Cosnahan, day operator at
the II. & T. C. depot for the last
three years, has been appointed agent
'at Howe station, and leaves this
morning to enter upon his new du-
ties. Mr. Cosnahan has the rare
faculty of making friendsof everyone
with whom he comes in contact, and
is greatly esteemed by his associates,
who lejoice at his promotion, but
regret his departure from this place.
Mr. Moore from Kosse will succeed
i/'A practical joke was played upon
a leading merchant in this city last
night, by making him believe that a
prominent railroad man was 011 the
eve of lighting out for Leadville
without liquidating his little liabili-
ties for tea, sugar and "sich." The
result was a free smoke for the jok-
j,/The D. & P. men are hading tel-
egraph poles and ties on the D. & S.
E. to finish their line to Gainesvil e.
We are inclined to believe that the
transfer of Mr. O. E.O'Maley, agent
of the II. & T. C. in this city, Jo
Austin, is only an idle rumor. We plated. 1 he fireworks at night,^f a
are certain that the railroadcomp.iny ! access. *•'" Cust $500 <>r $600. If
At the meeting of the Democratic
Executive Committee, Tuesday, in
Sherman, it was movetfe that a col-
lection be taken up, throughout the
county, to defray the expenses of the
grand rally on the 16th inst., but
Sherman members claimed that they
could get, in Sherman, all the money
that would be needed—about $1,000.
We have no objections to our neigh-
bors taking this pleasant part of the
affair upon themselves, and hope
they will meet with success, for it
will take considerable money to get
up as grand an affair a is conJtm-
Take " BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron.
Peck and Eppstein have notified
Judge Steadman that under 110 cir-
cumstances will they qualify as ex-
editors of the last will and testament
of Justin Raynal, deceased. Lalonde,
Peck and Eppstein are the executors
cannot find ail aguit to till tlu
tion more acceptably to our b.
men than Mr. O'Maley.
stoves 111 town
9 2S iw
We are in icceipt of another Hew
Texas greenback paper. This one
is named the Gieenback Advocate,
and hails from Paris. While the
Sherman greenback sheet has a pat-
ent outside this one has a patent in-
side. As there are only five (very
siion) advertisements we have come
Huddy Graham, of the Herald,
left last night for Muskogee to gaze
upon the noble red man and write up
Miss Celia Yeidel left last night to
attend the fair at Muskogee.
Major W. IL Winn is taking in
the fair of the beautiful Indian at
Mrs. D'Albenas went to Musko-
gee yesterday to see the fair.
There are rumors of war with
linyti. The report is supposed to
have grown out of the fact that
Madame Walker had telegraphed to
the Haytian minister at Washington
that she and hrr husband had been
arrested and imprisoned without
warrant, and demanding protection.
111 Lamar county are either not
greenbackers or they have very little
confidence in the greenback organ
as an advertising medium. E. W.
Fagan is the editor.
specified in the will. If Lalonde j to the conclusion the business ineti
also fails to qualify, it will devolve
upon Judge Steadman to appoint ad-
J. A. Wilson yesterday finished
up a 4,000 gallon tank to be placed
just outside the Baptist church, and
be filled with rain water from the
church roof—provided it ever rains
again.— Courier. •
This is an excellent idea. Noth-
ing could be more appropriate than
the use of the waters of heaven for
the expenses sh mid be $2,000 Sher-
man will get it back with interest,
for there will be an immense crowd
in the.city on that day.
To the Public.
Certain parties in this city, actua-
ted by malice towauls me and so'ely
with a view to injure me, have circu-
lated a r. port that my cotton gin
does not do liist-class vvoik. and that
it naps and cuts the lint. To show
to the public bow utteily false and
groundless tl.e statement made by
these unpiincipled persons is, aid
to prove that the same was made by
them, only for the purpose to dam-
age me in my business, I have re-
quested some of the principal cotton
buyers in this citv, gentlemen who
are thoroughly posted in matters per-
taining to cotton, to examine cotton
ginned at mv gin and hereby an-
Having the largest stock and sell- I thd,r , ■,"vit - 1 *,11 .
. i_ I ther state to mv fiiends
among the farmers, that I am
| prepared to furnish, if necess .ry. still
more evidence as to the falsitv of t' e
statement, by experts in Sherman ;
and in conclusion I will state that I
have at all times used my best en-
deavors to give mv patrons good
work and shall continue to do so.
mg 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
W oodyard is now in Chicago bu\ •
ing a large stock of jewelry and
silverware for the fall trade. He will
have a splendid stock for the holi-
Wolf's saloon did not open Tues-
day morning and it is understood i*.
has closed permanently.
Ilemby, who at one time edited
and trust that these malicious reports
will be rectived by them as they
should be received, viz : as emanat-
ing from personal malice and as be-
ing utterly devoid of truth.
J. B. Lalonde.
We, the undersigned, cotton buy-
ers in the city of Denison, hereby
certify that the cotton ginned at
the Indian Journal, is now in Lead- , the colt- n gin ot Mr. J. B. Lalonde
ville, ''holding cases" on one of the in this city, is ginned in a good and
One of of the Bloods
Of Boston recently went to Chicago
and got into a dispute with a policeman
regarding the number of glasses of beer
he had taken. As a blood purifiei there londe.
is nothing like Rosndidis, the great
Southern Remedy. Soothes the hot blood
with a niaKie touch.
Townsley's Tooth Anodrne cures In
one minute. French & Co., wholesale
agents, Denison, Texas.
entirely satisfactorily manner, and
that the lint is not cut or napped, as
stated by a lew unprincipled parties.
We are satisfied that the report was
circulated solely with the malicious
intention of injuring Mr. J. B. La-
Joiim Havkn. Cotton Buyer.
A. I). Martiniitiik, Cotton Buyer,
luuus Cahhkr, Merchant.
J G. McOauoiiky, Cotton Buyer.
M. M. Ktkintiial.
Denison, September 29, 1879.
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