Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, Texas. Tuesday Morning. December 3o, 1879.
>Jqw in tock all the Latest Designs in TEA, COF-
FEE AND WATER SERVICES; El'ERGNES TOI-
LET SET1S, CASTORS, BERRY AND FRIUT
DISHES, FRUIT KNIVES, NAPKIN RINGS, CARD
ASCS, MATCH SAFES. CAKE BASKETS, VASES,
OUQUET yOLDK-RS. KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS
,ND EVER^THIN (J®HAT IS JgtEFUL AND ORNA-
ENTAL IN COIN, PTERLII^OR PLATED SIL-
VER WARE GOLD AND -TYSTAL JEWEL
CASKETS, OPERA GLASSES, FRENCH MANTEL
CLOCKS. AND ELEGANT GOLD AND IVORY
HEADED CANES, TOGETHER WITH THE IM-
MENSE STOCK OF WATCHES, CHAINS. AND
GENERAL LINE OF JEWELRY, COMPRISING BUT
A PORTION OF THE SPLENDID STOCK FROM
WHICH TO CHOOSE
Biffli Day Presents.
Rpairing fine Watches a Specialty at
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JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS.
RA^jw REPAIRING otr ALL'Mftrai' .\ SPECIALTY.
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AtOoldsoll's Old Stand,
I Corner Main street anil Austin avenue, Denison, Texas.
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•' M OTICE our cf°f 0SDOIL£R5 AND D£^!l'T"j.£
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WhiteSewing Machine cq,.
DIAMONDS, GOLD WATCHES. GOLD CHAINS, BRACELETS, RINGS,
SE TS, SHAWL PINS, CUFF PINS, CROSSES, LOCKETS, SiC.
Also a full line of Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
TEA SETS, CASTORS, CAKE STANDS, JEWEL CASES. VASES, GOBLETS
; - AND CUPS, KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS.
• Pv.r ons desiring to make a HOLIDAY or Wedding present should call and
see ine. I will give you first-class goods at low prices,
A Chapter of Crimes, Accidents
Special to the Galveston News.
Hearne, Dec. 26.—A merry ,
Christmas, with a few free fights,
but nothing serious occurred in the
corporate limits yesterday. Two
families in the Brazos bottom by the
name of Nixon and Hinson had a
dinner spread with the expectation
of a Christmas holiday, but the men
quarreled as to the best man and a
bloody scene occurred. Three of
the ^lixoui were woinifled, *n*k- re-
ceiving a' pistol shot through the
ankle joint that will probably cause
Skguin, Dec. 26.—The Mayor
suspended the ordinances for the hol-
idays, and the Marshal, being unable
to stand the pressure, resigned.
Austin, Dec. 26.—Christmas was
very quiet, but little drunkenness and
Houston, Dec. 26.—Deputy sher-
iff Cockeral, o£ Fayette county, was
shot in the head with a Spencer rifle
while attempting to arrest a party at
Flatonio yesterday. The wound is
thought not to be serious.
Dallas, Dec. 26.—Business was
suspended yesterday and Christmas
generally observed. The crop of
drunks was planted early, and yield-
A shooting afliay occuired in East
Dallas between Nancy Smith and
Wm. Pritchard, colored. The wo-
man was shot several times, but not
dangerously hurt. Tom Grogan
was assaulted in a maison de joie
last sight and terribly hacked over
the head with a pistol. lie was
hurried to his farm, where he lies in
a precarious condition.
A cawing duel took place in the
county jail yesterday, b«4ween Ster-
rett, the mail robber, and Mcliee,
the forger, in which the former was
cut in the side, but not mortally hurt.
The jailer's swamp angel quelled the
Tho Ohio Biver Booming
Cincinnati, Dec. 27.-T1-A rapid
rise in the river causes some appre
hension in the minds of the river
people for the safety of boats and
cargoes now at the landing. The
water now touches the curbstone at
Giln.ore's landing and at the pres-
ent rate, will probably reach the first
floors of houses in the vicinity of
Broadway and Main streets by morn-
ing. Whaifboats are almost up to
the sidewalks all along the shore.
Freight is being removed from the
boats as rapidly as possible. Dam-
age to boats is apprehended from
the action of the swift current and
from drift-wood, some of the latter
being logs of lartje dimensions, which
are driven about with great force.
Tragic Termination of a Joke.
Chicago, Dec. 2S.—John M.
Wait and M. B. Gould, both promi-
nent and respectable business men,
this afternoon, thinking to play a
practical joke on a colored janitor,
disarranged the contents of Mr.
Wait's room. They then conceal-
ing themselves in a closet and waited
until the jaitor appeared. The lat-
ter becoming excited at the condition
of the room procured a revolver, and
hearing a noise in the closet trieJ to
pull the door open and failing in
that, fired through the door. The
shot passer) through Mr. Gould's
head, and he died shortly after.
Emigrants for Texas.
Special to Herald and Commercial.
New Orleans, Dec. 27.—The
steamer Bosussia, which left Liver-
pool on the 20th of November for
this port, and which was lost at sea,
had on board among the steerage
passengers some thirty or forty fami-
lies of English farmers for Texas—
probably one hundred and forty per-
Arrested and. Committed.
New York, Dec. 26.—Mr. How-
ard, of the Louisiana lottery compa-
ny, at 319 Broadway, was arrested
this afternoon and committed for
Call at the City Bakery and examine
the large, and fine assortment of fresh
fruits, nuts, choicct confectioneries, sygar
toys, sugar fruits, and everything nice,
for Christmas. South side Main street.
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Slufzky disposed of $5,000 worth of
Christmas presents. lie has $30,000
worth more to select from. Call and look
1 at his magnificent stock of New Yeaf's
' presents. 12 351*
That new pyramid shot case at J. P.
Leep r Si Co.'s is filled with the best as-
sortment of shot to be had in the city.
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THE MAINE MUDDLE.
Congressman Frye Makes a Dec-
laration With the Wish Fath-
er to the Thought.
Augusta, Dec. 27.—At Lewis-
ton, three thousand people attended
an indignation meeting last night.
Ex-Governor Dingley, Congressman
Frye and others addressed the meet-
ing. Frye characterized the action
of the governor and council cs a
palpable and unequivocal steal; "he
met but one democrat in congress
who attempted to defend the action
of rfie t usiorcists; the plot was
hatched a month ago; this republi-
can state will never see Daniel F.
Davis govtrnor ol Maine."
removal of arms.
Boston, Dec. 27.—The following
was received from Bangor at three
o'clock this morning: "Although
the feeling was vety intense, the or-
dinary quiet prevaded on Friday,
and all business proceeded as regu-
larly as usual. The best citizens
express great indignation at the
moving ot the arms through the
streets on Christmas, but not the
slightest tendency of disorder was
manifested. News of the clandestine
removal ol rifles of the. old town
company from the armory by the
Fusionists, caused much comment
and comparison with the lack of any
proposition by the republicans here
to disturb the munitions at the arse-
nal or armory. Lieutenant-Colonel
Daniel White, of this city, who suc-
ceeds to tfie command of the state
militia, by the resignation of Colonel
Mattock, has issued a circular to the
different companies expressing the
hope that all present troubles will be
peacefully settled and asking reports
of membership, arms, etc.
Petitions signed by several leading
citizens, including a number of the
most prominent democrats of the
city, will be forwarded to the gov-
ernor urging the propriety of com-
plying with the proposition of Mr.
Morrill for referring thedifference of
questions involved in counting the
returns to the supreme court.
governor garcei.on's letter.
Boston, Mass., Dec. 27.—A spe-
cial from Augusta, Maine, to the
Herald, says bitter feeling and the
chance for trouble seems to increase
rather than disminish. The Gover-
nor's letter to ex-Senator Morrill
does not mean so much as at first
sight it may appear to. It refers
to points that have not already been
adjudicated upon, but it is under-
stood that he believes these points
are extremely few, and he has the
decision of the court to back nearly
every case. This leaves hope for a
peaceful settlement through the
Morrill plan, decidedly a faint one,
though the attempt was creditable.
It looks now as if nothing can pre-
vent trouble on the assemblage of the
legislature, but rather a back down
on the part of the fusionists, and how
much chance there is ot this one
man can judge as well as another.
Men who do not encourage violence
openly do not hesitate to say they
fear, expect it. Congressman Frye's
speech last night was not reassuring,
and Congressman Reed thinks blood
will be M.od before it is over. The
cxcitement in the country towns and
villages glows more rapidly than in
the cities. The meetings of both
paities to-night will be numerous.
To Danee on Air.
G. VV'. Cushing, superintendent of ma-
chinery, M., K. & T., came down from
J. R. Murphy is expected home to-dav
from a visit to the old folks in '"Eelinoy."
George Harding will return to school
at Boonville, Mo., next Friday.
A hunting party will leave Denison to-
day fur Atoka where they will meet an-
other party from Parsons. C. T. McEl-
vaney, Billy Garlock, Frank Howard and
others will go from here, and W. T.
Small, Tom Byrne and several others
from Parsons. They will b" gone time
or four days.
G. Dollerhide, telegraph repairer M.,
K. St T., came down from Muskogee yes-
The D. 61 S E. telegraph wire was
connected with the M-, K. & T. freight
Last Thursday the funeral of Frederick
N. Clute took place at Herkimer, N. Y.
He was the oldest railroad man of contin-
uous aervice in the country. Mr. Clute, at
the time of his death was eighty years of
age, and had been in active railroad ser-
vice forty eight years. The sad part of it
is that in all those years he had escaped
injury from accident to be killed at last
by *n express train Monday a week ago.
The deceased was a great favorite on the
New York Central, and the company
maintained him without regard to the
work he could do.
Superintendent Harding, of the M
K. & T., received several handsome pres-
ents on Christmas day, one of which was
a dozen solid silver salt cellars, suitably
engraved, J. R. Wright.
General Stearns, formerly of the M.
K. & T. freight department at this sta^
tion, is now bill clerk for the Santa Fe at
P. W. Dolan, agei t for the D. Si S.
E. at Whitewright, was in the city on
EAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT
OF TITLE OFFICE.
j. t. munson,
(Successor to Tone & Munson.)
buys and sells real estate.
Collets Rents, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, Makes Abstracts of Titles.
THE ONLY ABSTRACT OF TITLES
Office No. 215 Main street, up stairs.
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JSONARD & COFFIN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Nelson House Building,
A- BAKERY, ★
Main, bet, Burnet and Fannin,
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes cor.
tantly on hand, and will be delivere«
wice a day to any part of the city.
11,9 F. BRE VER, PROP
Prickly Ash Bitters
wiil }>i>6vent con-
tracting of chills and all malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigorating the
liver, '.oning the stomach, and regulating
the bowels and kidneys. It is a prepara-
tion from such venetable extracts of
which the Prickly Ash constitutes a lead-
ing part, that enteu into the regular pre-
scription practice of all medical men,
amoiii; whom Dr. Sherman is justly
classed as the successful compounder af-
ter an experimental practice ot 30 years,
a* a complete antidote to all InfltleficS
which, if not arrested in time, terminate
in chills and fever or other malarial dis-
Though pleasant to the taste, it is not a
beverage, (as the extracts are held in so-
lution in pure Holland gin only) because
of its cathartic properties, and is therefore
an infallible remedy for habitual constipa-
THE MALARIFUGE is a certain curr
for chills when once contracted. It ha
never failed to effect a cure where the di-
rec'iona. which accompany each bottle,
Druggists are hereby authorized to re-
fund the money to any party purchasing
who claims a cure is not effected, provide
ing the directions are followed and the
empty bottle returned. Fo# sale by all
druggists 6,7 '7<)dwiy
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'•THE GREAT SOUTHERN
X remedy for the cure of scrof-
ula, scrofulous taint, rheuma-
tism, white swelling, gout goi-
tre, consumption, bronchitis,
nervous debility and all diseas-
es arising from an impure con-
dition of the blood.
The merits of this valuable
preparation are so well known
that a passing notice is but nec-
essary to remind the readers of
this journal of the necessity of
always having a bottle of this
medicine among their stock of j
Certificates can be presente*
from many leading physicians?
ministers and heads of families
throughout the South, endors-
ing in the highest terms The
Fluid Extract of Rosadalts.
Dr. R. Wilson Carr.oI Bal-
timore says "he has used it in
cases of scrofula and
eases with much satisfactT
Dr. T. C. Pugh, of Baltimon
recommends it to all persons
suffering with diseased blood,
saying it is superior to any prep-
aration he has ever used.
Rev. Dabney Ball, of the
Baltimore M. E. Conference
South says he has beenso much
benefitted by its use that he
cheerfully recommends it to all
his^friends and acquaintances.
Craven & Co., druggists, at
Gordonsville, Va.. say it never
has failed to give satisfaction.
Sam'l G. McFadden, Mur-
freesboro, Tennessee, says it
cured him ol rheumatism when
all else failed.
Rosadalis is not asecretqsack
preparation, its ingredients are
published on every package.
Show it to your physician and
he will tell you it is composed
ot the strongest alteratives that
exist, and is an excellent blood
purifier. Did our space admit,
we could give you testimonials
from every statein the Soatif-
and from persons kriqvn to ev-
ery man,woman and child, eith-
er personally or by reputation.
Rosadalis is sold by all druggists.
John F. Henry, Curran & Co.
8 college place,
French & Co., "gents, Denison, Texas.
A YEAR. Agents wanted, unsr-
ness legitimate. Particulars free.
Address J. WOKTH Jk CO. 4, '-oul«.Uo.
Cincinnati, Dec. 27.— A Little j
Rock, Atkansm, dispatch says Thos.
Edmunds, convicted of the murder
of Julia Osebrook and her child, was
yesterday sentenced to be hanged at
Ozark, Ark., February 27th. Ed-
munds' crime was committed ii,
187S. A year before this he located
in Washington county, coming there
with Miss Osebrook, from Kentucky.
He left Washington county with her
and her child, to go to Johnson coun-
ty, but never arrived and Edmunds
subsequently turned up at his Ken-
tucky home and said his companion
had died at Popular Bluff, Mo. Some
months later human bones were found
on the edge of the Arkansas river,
near Spadra landing, together with
the clothes of the missing woman
and child. One ot the skeletons
was identified as that of Miss Ose«
brook by means of a peculiar tooth.
BUY YOUR WIFE A BRUNSWICK RANGEi
ate for a
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and heat ing
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Ladies, get permanent relief by using
F01 sale, by Gulteau Si Waldron.
Coal 1 Coal 11
We sell coal at $4 15 per ton delivered.
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Missouri-Sweet cider at
C. R. EUPER & CO.'S
large stock of
has arrived, consisting of
figs, raisins, california
pears. malago grapes, nuts,
sweet cider, plain and fancy
cakes, pure home-made candy.
And a hu«e variety of French Candies, Chinese
Christmas Tree arrangements and fancy car
early and examiue our stock.
the City B
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879, newspaper, December 30, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327413/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.