Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 144, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 8, 1880 Page: 2 of 8
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• • * • •. AUCjUST 8| 1S80
W. 6. HANCOCK, of Pennsylvania,
for Vic -Presincnt,
W. H. ENGLISH, of Indiana.
"T*B RIGHT ofr TRIAL BY JuRT,
the habeas CORPUS, THK LinKRTY OR
the press, the FREEDOM OFSPEECH,
the natural RIGHTS OP PERSONS,
axd the RIGHTS OF PROPERTY, MUST
bb preserved.—[From order ot
Gen. Hancock at New Orleans, No-
vember, 6, 1867."
For Jadge sfth Judicial District
of Grayson County.
Democratic County Ticket.
GEORGE R. REEV-S.
J. C. MATTHEWS.
S. D. STEEDMAN.
J. V. COCKRELL. .
County Clerk, *
GEORGE A. DICKERMAN.
W. H. LANKFORD.
JESSE P. LOVING.
G. M. ETTER.
I W. STEWART.
J. M. WILSON.
AID OTHEBB BEEKIHQ
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE USE OF DKt!0 , AKK RB-
qubbtbdto bend for the ilectbio
REVIEW, AM ILLU8TKATK4) JOUB-
bal, Wllion ib p(jbu9hj£d
FOB yUKB DISTRIBUTION.
"pr TO8ATB «pon HEALTH, HTOIBBTI
1 mU OuHtti®, imd i* •owfrUto «rt*cry.
kjbrmrtioa tor te vi04<U iuid ihom wb
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PU1VIRMAQHIR GALYAMIC ©0.,
C08. EJMTM & VIBE STRUTS. ClItWJUATLa
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL. CONDITION OF THE
OFDENISON THE 1ST OF JULY, 1880.
Outstanding warrants July ist. >879 $3171 57
Warrants issued July I, '79 to July 1, '80 for
red. Vouchers Grubbs' Adm'n
Warrants issued from July I, '79 to July I, '80
for red. Vouchers, Peck's Adm'n
Warrants issued to redeem note of Hallsck,
Holmes & Co. hose
Warrants issued for reward to the parties wno
Warrants issued for making out tax rolls
Warrants issued for attorney's fees in suit of
Warrants issued to redeem cert, ot indebted-
ness of Gas company
Warrants issued for part insurance on the
Warrants is&ued for redeeming coupons
Warrants issued for constructing culverts in
Warrant issued tor copy of revised statutes..
Warrants issued to pay part of costs in suit of
J. M. Cook
Warrants redeemed by city treasurer.
. 11,901 07
Cash in hands of city treasurer July i, 1879.. .
Cash received from city collector on account of
Taxes $ 4J
Cash received from city collector on account of
Cash received from city marshal, fines collected
in police court
Cash received from county treasurer on acct.
state school lund
Cash received from chairman school com. tui-
tion of non-residents
Cash received from supt public education on
acct. of Peabody fund •••
Cash received from A. H. Coffin, balance due
It is said at the repablican head-
quarters at Washington, that Sena-
tor Blaine will devote himself en-
tirely to Maine politics until after the
September election, taking no part
in the campaign elsewhere.
John Wesley Hardin, and several
other convicts, were severely whip-
ped at the penitentiary Friday night,
having been detected in working up
B plan of escape.
We have waitod in vain to hear a
howl from the republican press about
the recent outrages at Atchison,
where a large number of industrious
colored men wore driven from work
by a mob. There hasn't been a
squeak. It didn't occur far enough
it«A| dispatch received
:erWrom Gen. Grierson,
' A San Ant.
•ays Victoria and his band of
Apaches crossed the El Paso road
ten miles east of the Van Horn
mountains, making for the Gauda-
loupe mountains. General Grierson
is only four hours behind them and
hopes to overtake them.
A St. Petersburg dispatch says the
Russian government has decided to
construct ten clippers, five of which
will be built under contract with Mr.
Barker, an American, in the United
States, and the remaining five in
England or Germany.
Colonel B. J. Chambers, candidate
for vice-president on the Greenback
ticket, has notified the editor of the
Indiana Sun that the improved con-
dition qichis health justifies him in
annoutKing to the people his inten-
tion ot remaining on the ticket to the
ond of the campaign.
Senator Blair, of New Hampshire,
admits the desperate strait of the re-
publicans of his state. He says it
will be necessary for the republicans
to "strain every norve to carry it, and
it will bo one ot the hardest fights
that ever took place." When the dem-
ocracy of New Hampshire gets right
down to business like that, it means
success, as has been observed on one
or two recent occasions.
A Hpoody nod Effectual Core.
FERRY DAVIS* PAIH-KILLER
Has stood th« test of FaRTT tears'
trial. Directions with each bottle.
SOLD BT Att DBVOOIITt
6 28 tf
The National Republican, which
is now printed almost entirely for
party purposes, speaks of the situa-
tion in Maine as follows: "Advices
received hero from Maine assure us
that the campaign there is beginning
to be lively. All the differences be-
tween the leaders ot the Democrats
and Greenbackers have beon adjust-
ed. There were no differences upon
principles, but both parties have
abandoned such useless trappings.
The only trouble was the division of
the spoils. There is now a petect
union, because there has been a fair
divide of the expected offices. They
pronisc the Republicans a very hard
"The improved Jackson wagon is
made expressly to stand the Texas
climate ; is the best in the market.
Call and examine them at Leeper'a.
S 6 d&w im.
H.. ■ , * *Mta, «*. trmanU, to
|«*4 too. W, goo OOaD.91 l.«ds,llP.
Appetite, refreshing sleep, the acquisi-
tion ol flesh and color, are blessings at-
tandant apon the reparative processes
which this priceless invigorant speedily
initiates and carries to a successful con-
clusion. Digestioii Is restored and sus-
tenance afforded to each life-sustaining
organ by Hostetter's Bitters, which is in-
offensive to the feminine palate, vegeta-
ble in composition, and thoroughly sale!
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
Prickly Ash Bitters
THESE BITTERS wiil prevent con
tracting of chills and ail malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigoratmg the
liver, toning the stomach, and regulating
the bowels and kidneys. It is a prepara-
tion from such vegetable extracts, of
which the Prickly Ash constitutes a lead
ing part, that enters into the regular pre-
scription practice of all medical men
among whom Dr. Sherman is justly
classed as the successful compounder af
ter an experimental practice of 30 years,
as a complete antidote to all influences
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 to-
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 cure
tor chills when once contracted. It has
never failed to effect a core where the di-
rections, which accompany each bottle,
Druggists are hereby authorised to re<
fund the money to any party purchasing
who claims a cure is not effected, provid-
ing the directions are followed and the
empty bottle returned. For oale by all
druggists 6,7 '79dwiy
PR I Oft WITBIR TBI RBAOU Of Alt
Tha Fall and Complete
COLONEL BOBKRT O. IlfOBKSOI.I.,
No. 1, "THE MISTAKES OF MOSES.
No. 1, "Skulls." No. 3, "Ghosts.
No. 4, HELL."
No. "Liberty of Man Woman & Child
PRICE 5 CENTS EACH.
Calnnel InK<trsnll an«l His Chicago Critics
A lecture by the Rev. las. K. Applebee.
Price 15 t>nts.
J IT S T OITI
Full Report of the Grand Re-Union of
the Soldiers and Sailors ot the late Wat,
meld at Chicago Nov. 13 to 15, 1879, in-
cluding all speeches. Also all the speeches
made at the grand banqvet of the
Army of the Tennessee, held at the Pal-
mer House, Nov. 13, 1879, including
leeches of Gen. Grant, Gen. Sherman,
en. Logan. Gen. Wilson, Gen. Wood-
ford, Gen. Pope, Col. R. G. Ingersoll,
Col. Wm. F. Vilas, Senator Oglesby,
Hon. E. A. Storrs, Samuel L, Clemens
PRICE 15 CENTS.
•UK) and Trip Around t.ho World of R«i.
Grant." 15 Cents.
"Last Speech of Senator Zaoh Chandler,"
and Biographicnl Sketch, with Large
Portrait of Mr. Chandler on Cover Page.
Any of the above seAfei^ost-paid upon
receipt of prU
Address 1 P. W. THOMAS,
59 Randolph Street. Chicago, Ills.
1 25 tf
it 11*1 ««s
Outsanding warrants, July 1, 1880...
Outstanding vouchers July i, 1879..
Salary account, vouchers for salaries to city
Vouchers for expenses of elections.... $ 42 00
Vouchers for feeding prisoners 329 86
Vouchers for coll. of ccc. tax to mar-
( shal .............................. 10 58
Vouchers for stationery, books and
postage 54 40
(Grubbs' adm'n, $1; 80)
Vouchers for Gas 61367
Vouchers for special police 28 50
Vouchers for hauling dead animals.... 27 30
Vouchers for wood, coal oil, lamp, rpg.
Vouchers for Raynal's funeral 15 50
Voucheis for Johnson's funeral 35 00
Vouchers for rep'g park fence 600
Vouchers for disinfectants, dist, same
etc 24 00
Vouchers for taking care of paupers,
medicines 45 57
Vouchers for printing del, tax list 300
copies ot ordinances, blanks, publ.
ordinances, etc. (Grubbs' adm'n.)
$78 20 265 69
Vouchers for salaries of teachers and
janitor $4111 66
Vouchers for wood ($80 00 Grubbs'
adm'n) 143 00
Vouchers for hardware, carpenter
work, brooms, buckets, desk, cur-
tains, etc 29 18
Vouchers for ink >695
Vouchers for stationery and books... 60 20
Vouchers for water 52 30
Vouchers for rent col. school *66 50
Vouchers for repairing furnace 126 50
Vouchers for part insurance of school
Vouchers for lumber for doors, etc...$
Vouchers for carpenter work
Vouchers for rep'gfence incl. posts...
Vouchers for blankets for prisoners..
Vouchers for rep'g Jail, blacksmith
(Grubbs' adm'n $12 50)
streets and alleys.
Vouchers for tunnel M. K. & T. R'y. .$ 300 00
Vouchers foi lumber for culverts,
and street crossings (Grubbs*
Vouchers for tools Grubbs' adm'n....
Vouchers for fixing landmarks and
Voucher for culverts on Sears street..
Vouchers for work of teams (Grubbs'
Vouchers for culvert on Austin ave...
Vouchers for rep'g crossings, cul-
Vouchers for sundries for use of fire
collector's commission account.
Vouchers for com. on coll. of occ.
tax and other taxes
19 3 8
55 05 614 30
Vouchers redeemed by warrants 8898 41
Vouchers redeemed by ceitificates of
inpebtedness 865 57
Outstanding vouchers July t. 1880
Outstanding certificates July I, 1879
Certificates issued to redeem vouchers
of Shrader's adm'n $ 17485
Certificates issued to redeem vouchers
of Grubbs' adm'n 10300
Certificates issued to redeem vouchers
of Peck's adm'n 587 62
(Including $300 M. K. & T. R'y Co.
and $160 Gat Co.)
Ceitificates issuedfoi bridge across
Miller's branch 50 00
Certificates redeemed by treasurer.. $811 66
Certificates redeemeed by warrants. 2000
Outstauding certificates, July 1, 1880
Outstanding coupons July 1, I879••••
Interest on 862,000 bonds from July
$ 831 66
1, 'yq to Dec. 31, '79.
Interest on $62,000 bonds from Jan.
1, '80 to June 30'80..
Coupons redeemed by warrants...
Coupons redeemed by treasurer...
Coupons redeemed by bills payable
.$ 3100 00
3100 00 6200 00
. 4995 00
$ >74 OS
Bills payable redeemed by warrants.$ 28827 $28817
1 880 MIMItttl
Outstanding coupons July r, 1880....
Outstanding bills payable July I, 1879
Interest on note Halleck, Holmes St
Co. for hose
Outstanding bills payable July 1
Outstanding bonds July 1, 1879
Outstanding bonds July > 1880
o • • • •
O • • • • '
Outstanding warrants July I,
Outstanding warrants Jvily 1, |8J
Outstanding vouchers July 1, 187
Outstanding vouchers July 1, 188
Outstanding cert, of indebtedness July 1, 1879..
Outstauding cert, of'indebtedness July 1, 1880..
Outstanding bills pavuble July 1, 1879
Outstanding bills payable July 1, 1880
Outstanding coupons July i, 1879
Outstanding coupons July 1,1880
Outstanding bonds July 1, 1879
Outstanding bonds July 1, 1880
Reduction in indebtedness of the city July tst
• >544 98
Warrants issued by L. S. Owings $ Si 29
Warrants issued by F. Shrader
Warrants issued by Ed Perry 9 5°
Warrants issued by R. M. Grubbs «|9 7° c
Warrants issued by W. M. Peck........••••••• >>53973 $>>9® 7
certificates of indebtedness redeemed.
Certificates issued by F. Shrader $ 3*5 78
Certificates issued by W. H. Winn >°4 00
Certificates issued by R. M. Grubbs SOo
Certificates issued by W. M. Peck 47" m
Cash in hands of city treasurer July I, 1S80....
Cash in hands of city marshal July 1, 1880.....
Uncollected taxes in hands of city collector July
Total indebtedness July 1880 $74'48 69
Total assets July 1,1880 34569 57
Balance $49579 >2
$ 1614 18
$75693 67 #74>48 69
Denison, Texas, July 1st, 1880
EDWARD F. RADELEFF,
Secretary City of Denison.
EAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT
OF TITLE OFFICE.
J. T. MUNSON,
(Successor to Tone & Mun«#n.)
BUYS AND 8ELL8JEAL E8TATE.
Collects* Rents, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, Make's Abstracts of Titles.
THE ONLY ABSTRACT OF TITLES
Office No. 215 Main street, up stairs.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
11 30 dJtw tf
UNCLE BILLY BURCH, Prep'r.
Fresh Beef, Mutton and Pork kept con-
stantly on hand. Spring vegetables a
specialty. Butter, Eggs, Wild Game and
Fresh Fish always to be found at the
People's Market. 4,17
Auction end Commission.
(Opposite Euper's Confectionary.)
BUYS and SELLS
FURNITURE & GOODS
All consignments entrusted to him faith
fullv attended to.
CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED D AILY
"j£j9 - -I business now before the pub.
iU9©S V lie. You can make money
faster at work for us than at anything else
Capital not required. We will start you
$12 a day and upwards made at home by
the industrious. Men, women, boys anil
girls wanted everywhere to work for us
Now is the time. You can devote your
whole time to the work, or only your
spare moments. No other busines will
pay you nearly as well. No one willing to
work can fail to make enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly Outfit and terms
free. A great opportunity for making
money ea*il,y and honorably. Address
TRUE & CO. Augusta, Maine.
7 18 dfiin
NOTARY AND CONYEYANCER,
Hibbard building, Main street,
DENISON, ... TEXAS.
I so tf
a. g. rakdell, e. n. ramdell.
ANDELL & BRO.,
R. A- B. GARDNER.
rKAOTlUAL v11ysioiax and surgkon
Ottec, Mai* street, next door east of
Mnghes's Grocery Store.
J 11 tf
|£EXTUCB.Y WHISKY DEPOT.
EPPSTEIN & CO.,
Wholesale dealers in
Imported and Domestic
Ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in
BEER PACKAGE, 25
cents. Mikes five gallons of a delicious
end sparkling beverage,-wholetome and
lemperate. Sold by druggists, or sent
by mail on receipt of 25 cts. Address,
CHARS. E. HIRES, Manufacturer, 215
Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
3 13 6m
Feed and Sale Stable,
GIIEEN'S OLD STAND,
orner Rusk avenue and Woodard street.
? 6 tt
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law
Office in Muller Block, west entrance
Room No. 1, up stairs.
J M. STANDIFER,
Room 10, west stairway in Mueller Block,
7 6 tf
Would offer his services to any one de-
siring a competent machinist to repair or
set engines and get in proper running
condition, place machinery of any char-
acter in position, etc. Paities desiring
his services can leave orders with A. R.
Collins, Real Estate Agent, Denison,
Texas. 7 37 tf
Cj £± a week in your own town
OOO Outfit fee. No risk. Reader.
itSfou want a business at which persons
o either sex can make great pay all the
time they work, write for particulars to
H. HALLETT & CO., Portland, Maine.
7 18 d6m
Denison I.ailge No. 1871 Knights of Honor,
Regular meetings 1st xnd jrd Friday n,rht< 0
o'clock, st Pettlgrew Hall,
J M Sheeder, Past Dictator.
W I' Hennett Dictator.
J M Hill, Vice-Dictator.
1 E Hallow, Assistant Dictator.
E Spencer, Reporter.
A If Coffin, financial Reports*.
J D Woodyard, Treasurer.
Chas H Campbell, Chaplain,
A G Mall. Guide.
W W Salisbury, Guardiaa.
Charles II LitsinRer, Scotlntl.
M. Sheeder, J. M. Hill, A. H. Co««.
.M Sheeder, J M Hill, B. Spsnest
Imported English Singer sewing
machines $to cheaper then ever be-
foro offered. Call at J. A. Cox's
office, just west of the Nelson Homo
on Main street. 8 ^tf
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 144, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 8, 1880, newspaper, August 8, 1880; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327591/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.