Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 187, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 8, 1879 Page: 4 of 4
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\VEOSl!iSDAY OCTOBER 8, 1S79
Ri N. Brown has rented the build-
ing known as the Senate saloon.
No victims were quarantined yes
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Sam Mayer is considered by her |
physicians somewhat improved. ()[• John A. Foreman, l'residout
of Iho Indian lntornu-
There's not a person in town who
lias used it. hut is loud in his praise
ofGutta Perch a paint, (jet it at
Dr. J. C). Williams, who has
been on a trip in the southern part of
Greatest variety and lowest prices ' the state is home again,
in toilet soaps, at Guiteau & Wal-
A new tuba and a base viol lor the
Denison Cornet Band was received
All other hair dressing has yield-
ed in favor of Vaseline Pomade.
Get it at Acheson's.
R. N. Brown has moved his stock
of goods into the building lately oc-
cupied by the Senate Saloon.
Canary seed at Guiteau Sc Wal-
Mr. George J. Dextei, a former
citizen of Denison, was elected Sec-
retary of the Dallas fire department,
Fresh oysters, celery and lettuce
at Gaisman's this morning. 10 2.tf
Salisbury will receive a lot of fresh
Batimore oysters this morning also
celery, and fresh oysters and celery
on Saturday morning.
Leave orders for wood with Knif-
fin Bros. _ 9 14ft
Colonel Hughes has moved his
real estate office into the building
adjoining his store, now occupied as
an auction store by L. Carr.
Call at F. Ledrick's and examine
those handsome parlor and bed-room
sets. 10 2 6t
Look at those nobby Wescott calf
English boots forgents, just received,
New York's latest agony, at Sher-
burne'* cash shoe store. 9 14 tf
Captain Martin, editor of the
Gainesville Register, spent a few
hours in our city yesterday.
Mrs. Schopf, wife of Andrew
Schopf, the former sexton, died
Tuesday atternoon. Deceased was
about thirty-five years of age and a
native of Lorraine.
Mrs. Gowdy, a lady recently of
Aurora, Illinois, died in this city
Tuesday of consumption. The re-
mains will be taken to her former
The four murder cases for trial at
this term of the district court are
set for the following days : J. F.
Spence, 14th; Pat Ware, 21st; J.
H. McKinney, assault to murder,
22d; Jesse Erby, 23d.— Chronicle.
It is no use of talking, Leeper is
bound to sell more hardware than
any house in town. Low prices and
fair dealing will tell. 10 5 iw
A nice residence on Main street,
with or without furniture, very
cheap ; every convenience that could
be asked for. A nice family more
of an object than the price of rent.
Apply this week to
10 8 3t G. W. Doughty.
Ladies and Gentlemen—In
bringing to a close this 6th annual
fair, it affords me great pleasure to
announce to you that it has been a
most biilliant success in everv par-
ticular ; financially, as well as other-
For this prosperity I thank the
thousands of visitors to the fair, and
.The examination of Ike Worden,
a colored man arrested Saturday
night by Constable Speuce on the
charge of theft, was examined in
Tudge Riddle's court Tuesday, and
committed to jail, in default of $250
bail. A large number of witnesses,
all colored, were examined, and it
was pretty clearly demonstrated that
nobody but Ike robbed Ruth Small-
wood, also colored, of her hard-
earned money—$227—with which
Ruth irttended to return to St. Louis.
I feel grateful for the hearty assist .
ance of all exhibitors, and especially | was oncc befoie chaiged with
the ladies and gentlemen associated theft, but was fortunate enough to
Ladies' Pebble Newports $1.00
at Sherburne's. 8 30 tf
^ The yard in rear of the Gate City
Hotel was visited by thieves Satur-
day night, and several pieces of
feminine undergarments were raised
from off the line ; nothing else of
value was missed, however.
The condition of Mr. Lendorf is
the same as yesterday, if possible
worse. He is apparently uncon-
scious, unable to move and can not
take any nourishment. His death is
undoubtedly drawing near.
100 pairs more of hose, pebble
goat Newport ties for $1.00 at Sher-
.burne's cash shoe store. 9 14 tf
''Monday night about 11 o'clock a
shot was fired somewhere west of
the park. From the howling that
ensued at least a hundred dogs must
have been hit by the contents of that
Ne Plus Ultra.
Try one of the Rubber-button
endless chain pumps, they arc the
greatest improvement of the age;
for sale by J. P. Leeper & Co.
10 8 diw wiw.
Rev. Dr. Matthews, of Louisville,
Kentucky, was elected parson of the
Presbyterian church of this city last
Sunday. The Reverend gentleman
is highly spoken of.
Gato City Guards, Attention.
You are hereby commanded to be
at Armory Hall this evening at S
o'clock sharp. Business of import-
ance will be discussed.
C. B. Randei.l, Capt.
John Donaldson, Sec'y.
Oysters! OytersI! Oysters'!! at
the St. Elmo. 9 17
I want a few more good sales-
men to go to Kansas to "catch grass-
hoppers." Don't want any "old
rren or boys." Good wages and
plenty to eat. Apply at once to
G. W. Doughty.
Would you believe it? Come and
see a $2.00 kid Newport tie for
$1.50 at Sherburne's cash shoe store.
, 9 H tf
A. Bachman lett last night for
Gainesville, where he will preside
behind the bar of Mr. Tarin. Bach-
man is a capital compounded of fan-
cy drinks and will astonish the na-
tives of Gainesville with the dexter-
ity with which he handles the bar
Mrs. W. D. Kirk, south of the
park, can accommodate a f,ew board-
ers. 9 18 tf
Mr. Munson's surveying party
will be in this city within a few days.
Mr. Munson, who arrived in the city
Monday left them Friday within
eighty miles of Henrietta. They
were detained by some of their ani-
mals being either strayed or stolen.
The entire party was in excellent
■ •—— ■ —
Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron's.
7 25 tf
with me, for their untiring energy in
the management of the fair.
The Tallahassee Normal school,
under the management of Professor
Robertson and family, with their
varied and extensive exhibits in
different departments, places that
institution in the front rank of ex-
Messrs. Linz Bros, made a highly
creditable display in the state's de-
The address of Honorable Schurz,
secretary ot the interior, met the
hearty approval ot the vast crowd
that heard him.
The addresses of Captain Harris,
ot Fort Scott, Kansas, Rev. Mr.
Worden, of Philadelphia, and of
Rev. P. Paxton, Boston, cheered the
multitudes and encouraged them in
The Denison brass band made
light the hearts of two score nations
and tribes that were represented at
And now in behalf ot the board ot
directors, for the unparalleled suc-
cess, and the entire satisfaction that
prevailed during the fair, I return
you all my heart-felt thanks,hoping
to meet you all again at our next
annual fair. A. J. Foreman.
P. S.—There were supposed to be
4000 persons present at one time at
escape, from want of testimony. He
now stands a good chance to join
the balance of his family in Hunts-
villc. His father, mother and broth-
er are all in the penitentiary for steal-
/Ike was defended by C. B; Ran-
dall, Esq., and Our young friend Ike
Stanford, who on this occasion, de-
livered his maiden speech, acquit-
ting himself handsomely. The state
was represented by Uvalde Burns,'
The Grand Superior
Cooking Stove at Leeper's.
10 5 iw
will not take
the Denison singer,
part in Pinafore to-
Everybody goes to the St. Elmo.
9 l7 ,
Pocket knives at Guiteau & Wal
dron's. 7 25 tf
We see by the Sherman Courier
that Lieutenant L. R. Ilare, son of
Judge Silas Hare, has returned from
the far west this week, on a
short leave of absence from military
duty. He is accompanied by his
wife and d pretty baby girl five weeks
old. Lieutenant Hare has earned
the reputation of a brave and digni-
Fresh oysters received every day
at the St. Elmo. 917
Little Watt Grayson, about 15
miles west of Eufaula, was sleeping
with his wife on the gallery of his
house, Wednesday evening, when
some cowardly assassin shot him
dead. His wife was also shot and
dangerously wounded. — Indian
Not a solitary case on the Mayor's
docket Tuesday morning. In the
afternoon the case against Maggie
Mitchell, one of the frail sisterhood,
who occupies a house near the park
and who stands charged with va
grancy, was called but at request of
her counsel continued to to-day.
M.K. <fc T Saloon for Rent.
The building occupied by this sa
orin, with or without the bar fixturer,
. 1 . \i>j.'lv it! jljj* offire.
It is proposed to hold a Democrat-
ic meeting next Saturday, preparato-
ry to attending the huge mass meet-
ing to take place in Sherman on the
16th. There will be a good attend-
ance from the country next Saturday,
and it is hoped there will be a full
attendance from town. The place
and hour of meeting will be an-
nounced in a day or two.
Paint stock of all kinds at bottom
prices at Guiteau & Waldron's.
t 7 25
^ W. J. Walters, the genial gentle-
man and reliable reporter, now trav-
eling in the interest of the Galvnes-
ton News and himself, called on us
yesterday. He will tell the Gulf
City what he knows about the Gate
City, and probably give them some
items that will open their eyes to the
fact that North Texas is of some im-
portance, and Denison quite a city,
even il we are some 400 miles from
Yeidel's Beer Hall.
Ice cold Lager, fresh and sparkling,
Imported and Native wines,
Ale and Porter,
Fine old Port and Sherry,
French Cognac, vintage i860,
Genuine imported Rum,
Pure Holland Gin,
Fine old Sour Mash Bourbon.
A full stock ot
Havana Cigars and Tobaccos
and a Grand Lunch
twice a day
" BLACK-DRAUGHT " makes cliilla and
For Bale by Guiteau & Waldron.
Denison finds it too expensive to
employ guards to watch prisoners
while breaking rock on the streets,
and will, in the future, have all such
work done in the jail yard. If the
authorities of that place would visit
Sedalia and inspect out1 bull-pen, no
doubt they would immediately con-
struct a similar one. Ours is a daisy.
Fresh figs, oranges, lemons, Cali-
fornia pears and apples at the City
Bakery. Wm. IIallenback.
We learn from the sexton that in
the month of August twenty bodies
were buried in the city cemetery, of
these eight were brought in from the
country. In September only twelve
were interred, four of them being
from the country. This makes a
totalof only twenty persons,who have
died in this city during the lust two
months. This fact alone would
prove that our city has been remark-
5000 pounds of strictly pure white
lead from Collier Co. and Southern,
at Guiteau & Waldron's. 7 25 }f
L. S. Hamilton, Superintendent
of the D. & P., returned from Par-
J. R. Wright left for Corsicana
Major Cairns will ship 160 car
loads of live stock from Whitesboro
to Chicago within the next week.
We regret to learn that W. M.
Manship, agent and operator at
Limestone Gap, I. T., is dangerous-
ly ill. We hope that Billy will soon
recover. Good men are scarce and
he is one of the most faithful boys
that the wheel of fortune ever
brought to the Indian Territory.
Fluoric acid for dissolving glass
and making glass signs, at Ache
Fresh creamery butter at Gaisman
& Co.'s. 104 tf
demand for fifty dollars for his ser-
vices at the eleventh hour, and the
club summarily chopped off his mu-
sical head so to speak.—Sherman
The members of the club, as well
as Mr. Stanley, the manager, do not
hesitate to declare publicly that Mr.
Dunn treated the club shamefully.
They say that Mr. Dunn agreed to
assist them gratis, asking simply that
his expenses should be paid, which
of course, was done. It was not
until last Saturday—two days belore
the piece was to be presented—
that Mr Dunn made his peremptory
demand for fifty dollars, which was
indignantly refused. Mr. J. P. Ly-
ons assumed the character of Captain
Corcoran, and conducted his part
admirably. , -
Fresh creamery butter at Gaisman
& Co.'s ** 10 4 tf
^The expression, "he looks like a
poisoned pup," is used quite otten,
but we never have seen anybody to
whom the expression coul I be prop-
erly applied until Tuesday. A little
negro boy, who ran away from
his folks at Sherman and loafs around
Denison, begging for something to
eat, found on Tuesday an entire
cheese which had been thrown into
the alley by one of our merchants
on account of being spoilt. The
little nigger took the cheese to a
place ot safety and commenced dig-
ging into the same until actually, he
was stuffed chuck full up to his
throat; no more room for even a
morsal, and presenting an appear-
ance as near to that of a poisoned
canine as could be possible for a hu-
Brilliant Success of the Sherman
It was our good fortune to be
present at the first public rendition
of this popular opera given by tlie
Sherman amateur club, at the opera
house in Sherman Monday night.
We knew that Sherman possessed
fair musical and theatrical talent,
and therefore expected to be well
entertained, but had 110 idea that it
was possible to make up a club ol
amateurs in our neighboring city
who could do so well in this difficult
piece. The result was certainly
highly flattering to those who took
part, and their friends. The singing
was pronounced by musical critics
as charming, and we certainly have
no hesitancy in speaking of the act-
ing as worthy of experienced per-
The result must have proved
highly satisfactory to Mr. Stanley,
of St. Louis, the manager, under
whose instructions the club prepared
themselves for this great event of the
season. The opera house was crow-
ded by the elite of the city,' and, so
far as we could learn,' it wars the
unanimous opinion that it was1 the
best entertainment that had beeh! on
the boards in Sherman this year.'
The enthusiasm of the spectators
frequently found expressions in'
rounds of applause.
It is not necessary for us to
make particular mention of each
lady and gentleman who took
part in the entertainment. It is
enough when we say that in ' our
opinion all acted their parts most ad-
mirably, and showed careful train-
ing and ('illigent study. We cannot
refrain, however, from saying a few
words for Miss Dixie Crooks, and it
is appropriate we should. We feel
that in a certain sense she belongs to
the newspaper fraternity and for that
reason it is but natural that we
should take a lively interest in her
success. Miss Dixie represented
what, in our opinion is the most dif-
ficult character in the pieces Jose-
phine, the Captain's daughter.
Miss Dixie is only in her seven-
teenth year. She developed a taste
for music at an early age, and has
had careful musical training. Her
voice, while it lacks a little in vol-
ume, is peculiarly sweet, and her
enunciation very distinct. Owing to
this latter peculiarity she was easily
understood at the remotest part of
the hall, as we heard several- remark
Her singing was pronounced fault
less by several good judges of music
who*e opinion we solicited. We
were the most pleased, however,
with Miss Dixie's acting. The char-
Sent OUCfed to tlie Penitentiary fat
1 j > *
Special to the Denison News.
SiiKiiMAri, Tex., Oct. 7.
A dispatch just received from Pilot
Point, says the Holts were sentenced
to Penitentiary tor life, iot the mur-
der of Beard, in 1863.
The trial for the murder 6'f Clarice'
Powers, was then called ; the State
and defence being ready, the trial1
will proceed as soon as a jury can be
Sherburne is getting in the largest
Fresh creamery butter at Gaisman and best assorted stock of boots and
Co.'s. 10 4 If | shoes in North Texas. 9 14 tf
Liver pills contain arsenic: " BLACK-
DRAUGHT" is as harmless as tea or collee.
Guiteau & Waldron's.
Yesterday morning a difficulty oc
curred between W. II. Wainwright
and W. C. Tones, brothers in-law, in
which the latter was seriously cut in
the back just under the shoulder
with an ordinary sized pocket knife
As is well known there has been a
feud of long standing between the
parties. It appears that Wainwright
went to Jones' to get his little boy,
and meeting Jones, the latter or-
dered him away, when hard-words
were spoken. Jones then threw
stone and 6truck Wainwright, who,
regaining his feet, made for him,
and cut him. Dr. Wilson who is
attending Jones, says the cut is very
serious, but at present cannot tell
liovv deep it is. The parties live in
the southern part of town. Wain-
wright was brought up before Jus
tice Dills and released on his giving
bond for $200.— Courier.
At Professor Mclnnis' writing
school exhibition at Hopewell, In-
dian Territory, on last Saturday
night, the premiums were awardec
to Mr.K. Burns and Miss Lou Paine
for the best writing, and to Mr.
James H&ntelman and Miss -Mntti«
Burns for greatest improvement.
Two good experienced dining room
girls at the Nelson House immedi-
ately. Good wages will be paid,
to 7 3t.
Mr. J. T. Munson has been pre-
vented by the drouth from finishing
his contract for the survey of 3,050.-
000 acres of land set apart for the
erection of a state capitol building,
but will again take the field next
spring. He is obliged by his con-
tract to have the survey finished by
December 1st, 18S0. He has sur-
veyed about one-third of the amount
set apart for the above named pur-
pose, all land north of the Canadian'
fiver. The Indians were consider-
ate enough not to interfere with his
work, and left the party severely
Choice candies, California pears
and Northern apples at City Bakery.
lb 7tf Wm. Hai.lenheck.
Query: Why will people suffecjjjgtr#
indigestion when " BLACK-DRAUGHT^,
will «ure thiem?
For sale by Guitea'u^MVaTdron.
Having the largp'sf"stock and scll-
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'
We have without a doubt the fin-
est stock of sugars, teas, coffees and
spices in the market. To be con-
vinced of this fact call and examine
our stock. No trouble to show
goods. R. G. Wei.ker.
10 4 1 w
Fresh creamery butter at Gaisman
ft Co.'s 10 4 tf
Ol d tinware repaired at Owen's
HouSe slips for 35 ceats at Slier-,
burnt's? cash shoe store. 9-141^
Bargains yet to be had, and first
class business stands on Main street,
for rent, by cal'ling on
9 14 tf W. IL Hugties,
Broker, Room 5 Muller Block.
Which is Cheapest.
A packagc of DOKK's Durham, contain-
in'}; twenty pipe-fulls ot the best smoking,
tobacco made, or out common cigar:'
Each doiitu tenr cents. 1 19 ry d&w
, 1 1 r WrnstoW's vemituge has niver been
icter she had assumed, that of a e;icci|P(und rarely equalpxj.
yoir.i" lady in love, is one in which | Everv bortie ot Mrs. Winslow's Vermi-
J 0 . luge is guaranteed. Try it once and you
passion must I wjj| |,(1y 0t«er kinjd*
be wrought out true to nature or the We will sK'e nAe hundred dollar^ in
gold for a cane where a child afflicted witiv
Worms does not jget relief by the
Mrs. Window's Vei-tniluke;
effect is seriously .marled. Miss
Dixie seemed to exist for the time in
the character itself, every action
was natural and lifelike, every
movement graceful and bewitching.
But while she has - confidence
in her powers, she is ex
ccedingly modest, both 011 the
stage and in the social circle
and this makes her all the more
charming. At the close of the en-
tertainment the members of the club
presented her with a handsomecage,
wreathed with flowers and ever-
greens, containing a beautiful cana-
ry bird, as a mark of their kind es-
Miss Dixie is a great favorite with
the Sherman people, and she cer-
tainly deserves it. Of course our
confriar, T. J., is proud of his
daughter, and was especially happy on
this occasion, and we do not blame
him. Few fathers arc so fortunate.
Pinafore was repeated last night,
and no doubt to another crowded
house, for most of the seats were
engaged in advance. It will be r<-
pcatcd to-night, and for the last
time. We advise all our citizens
who enjoy the opera to go over and
witness this play. We assure them
they will not be disappointed.
Ladies, get permanent relief by using
For snl« by Guiteau & Waldron.
Hardware is going up but Leeper
keeps the prices down. 9 2S iv/
Out shopping a few days sirt'd'c waS
missed by her friends, was soon
just where many other ladies go to
loads of handsome and cheap toilet
sets, and you all ought to know that
At Leepers's Hardware Depot.
10 5 tw
Forty years' trial lias proved " BLACK-
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine iu
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron.*
Clean thr strkkt.— Why can't the
streets be kept clean ? That's what the tax-
burdened citizens want to know. When
the human system needs cleansing, take
Mott'n Liver Pills. Let the street com-
missioners try them.
Townsley's Tooth Anodyne cures in*
one minute. French & Co., wholesale
stents, Denison, Texas.
Ono dollar's worth of "BLACK-
DRAUGHT" will savo fifty dollHrit in
For sale by Guiteau 81 Waldron.
Welkrr buys nothing but firstclass
groccii(^s and sells them cheaper
than any other house in the city,
to 4 tw
. Just received, a fresh stock of
Saur Kraut, *
I'lc., ctc., clc.
! At R. G. Welker's, 120 Main street.
. 10 4 1 w
- - • - ♦ - —
Fresjj creamery butter at Gaisman
•' & Co.' 10 4 tf
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