Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 245, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, IS75.
BlltSON & MONTGOMERY,
Ottice in the Gunn Ulnek, Corner
Main street and Austin avenue,
tilts'!’ NATIONAL BANK.
Special Dispatches to the Dallas Herald.
i bones, in it then in the main YjM
- thoroughfare of any city in the State
Prom the Register of the ii>th. I outMiiie of Denison. The r*ck» and j
____ E. L. Manson and wife left yea- obstructions arc so numerous that:
Marshall, April 29._Coi. Thss. j teniay for Mississippi. Mrs. Manson even a carriage ride over it reminds
. A. Scott and party of twelve arrived K°*\l° *P«"dia summer with her one of the famous stage coach ride Auti,oriEed Capital, $.500,000.00
Published Daily, Sundays Eslkitid. 1 here this evening at 7 o’clock, on relatives, while Mr. Manson will. which Horace Greeley took with
their return from Mexico. i r*turu 1,1 a days. I Hand Mouk over the Rocky Moun-
They will leave here to-morrow i Billy 8a iler starts for falifernia tains,
morning on special train tor Sher- next Monday. He wili spend the Messrs, Linsey & Farmer are put-
man, to go over the Trans-Conti-! summer in San Francisco. ting up some Texas leaf tobacco at
nental division of his rond. Willie Walker had hisarm broken ™*lr manufactory, which looks ns
The party will pass through last Friday morning while jumping »nd pretty when pressed as Does a Legitimate Banking Business
Dallas at 1 o’clock p. m. to-morrow jfrom a gymnasium pole, at (’apt. ^*° Missouri leaf. More attintirn
(Friday). I LcTellier’s school. His companions
J. L. Durand, general superintend- j console him with the assurance that
•ntHoaston and Texas Central rail- he is the champion jumper, if he
road; Col. H. If. lloxie, general j did get his arm broken, and he
superintendent International rail- j bears it like a man.
Paid up Capital, #100,000.00.
I hilly, one year,
** six months..
“ one month..
Weekly, one year........................... 2 OO
*• 'x months....................... 1 00
Daily delivered by carrier anywhere in the
city at fifteen cents per week.
road, and Col. George Noble, super-
intendent of the Texas and Pacific
should bo given to the culture of
the article of trade in our own coun-
try. The best of tobacco Is produc-
ed in Southern climes.
Levi Richards, step sen of R. A.
Sitecial attention given to eollectkm* in
To any one sending a club cf ten, of either . _ . . , j , , meets a
tlie daily or weekly, an extra copy will ^’^on lt ^ u ,,us* May 1st
The Countv Council of Grange j K'nfs* "'as kicked on the log, just
eeis at Van Alstyne Saturday,! below the knee, last 1-relay, by a
Missouri, Kansas and Texas
be furnished free.
Advertising: rates low, and will be made
known on application.
THE JOB OFFICE
Is complete in every respect, and employ-
ing none Imt first class workmen, we are
prepart si to do all kinds of job work in
a< good style as can be done anywhere,
and at prices that are reasonable. Give
Us a call and you will Is* convinecd that
what we say is so. Orders by mail will
be promptly attended to.
Yf M- peck’
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to the collection
Office up stairs, X. E. corner Main and
Burnet streets. 18'deodtf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Office over National Bank Building.
Will practice in the State and United
States Courts. Dally Jy 14tf.
| mule, and severely hurt. It was
thought at first that his leg was
Fort Worth, April 29.-0»r little! „^ZlJSfti?.'o?»«l“.«7 b"t "1'°" "“"'"“"‘“V •».
village was startled yesterday oven- ® brokon bones were lound, and we si«rlit h\chanjr»» Nought and sold on prfn
incp by the report that a young ladv 1 dust wus 80 thick as to be , are g|ttJ to learn that lie is walking 1 eipal cities ot the United States,
hud committed suicide Upon ii-j *S®8t intolerabl° lasl Saturda7’ about, and will soon bo well again,
quiry, it was ascertained that Miss j *. Pension he made 01 Capt. Wlieoloek is at work on the
Augusta Marshall, daughter of Dr. «Prinkl,»g "feet. dur,nK thc ........
Marshall, had taken a deso Gf BU~ni0l I . . . * , , > n... ft.,v ■........
sin^iHc fr»„, .«•„«. h'0?''""',* l“"ld,"-T “'.'d >v:!i:E!L, f'
which she died in a few minutes. . , ’ ; . . ! are safe in the assertion that it will
Miss M. was well known and | pomts east, on a trip for recreation, i far BU1.p,llW anything of the kind
respected by the entire community, j d* M. Binkley is having a l north of Houston. It will he live
and her death has oast a glootn over waro house fitted up on Mulberry j stories high, with a mansard roof,
ovr village. No cause is assigned siroot, near the Transcontinental I jU(|^# llinklev left on* the train
for the unfortunate act. Pax. | dePot* Monday to attend Supreme Court!
[Specini to th* UaivestoB Sews.) Wo Icatti tliat the ficv. Mr. Car- aj Tyler.
Crockett, April 28th. 1875.-On I £nl.°.p has accepted the call of the | ” - "T-
the night ot thi 27th inst. a negro, ?aP,,at thurCfh of t,u» c!t>'-and W"11 Stateltems.
mm,oil D.iviil Tiirnd ’ tttk c charge at an early day.
plan for the new hotel, lie lias the
work far enough advanced to give | R- 8. Stevens. .Tno. Seullen. .T. I). ( hadick
JOHN SCULLIX, Prtsldcnt.
ED. TERRY, Vice-President.
W B. BOSS,
Lone Star Mills.
northwest side oi the buildings lay
live or six inches deep, and singly
appeared very much like large
,T. 0. TAYLOR & CO.. I’kofhiktors.
Main street, near thc depot.
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
April It. tf
named David Land, stole a line I ““ wory'in,‘ ! Medina—A very destructive hail,
horse from M. C. Dupuy, at Col. I Mr. \\ imams, for four years ]>ust j storm accompanied by u high wind,1
Tharp’s, 18 miles east of this place. cpn|1ccU*d with the Cox House, at passed over Custrovdle on the
Mr. Dupuy and S. G. Craig, Consta-j ,onbum» *8 "ogotiating for the ; afternoon of tho 21st inst., just be- of Hour,
bio of Precinct No. 3, started in pur-1 Bartlett House, lie says Bonham (jure sunset. Thc huiistonos on the ,
suit, and, after going out seven milos, 118 ft idiislied town, fenced in and
overtook him, and, owing to the ex- j whitewashed,
tremo darkness, he secured himsolf Dr. J. II. Sadler is making ar-
in tho brush and fired on them sev I rangements for visiting California | glass marbles. The promising peach
oral times. One shot hit Mr. Craig ! during the coming season. j crop was nearly destroyed, and
and killed hint instantly. Mr. Du- Some cotton continues to come in large limbs were broken off tho
puy was also shot, alul is dangerous- from the country, and is nearly all I *|,ult trees. Most ot the windows
ly wounded. A horse was also shot. ( exchanged for farming implements u»l,r‘ tented by shutters on the west -
The negro escaped. He is a noto- j and machinery. sides ot the houses were completely ^ n-„r(,st ,iuukt*l priew paid for wheat.
riously bad character, and is now Capt. Wm. Crenshaw, of Whites- 8}ultlerotJ; 0»il»oHc hiuI Lj- -
indicted in tho District Court of this! boro was jn ,|)C t.jty jus( weoki jlc> thcriun churches suftered severely. wishing to closeout our storkof farm-
imnnftr tai, lli/di of hiiIiIa n »/ I on no I lin tin limit nf tlin tlOil lii'ilif utiiim nl
I’onstuutly on hand, the following brand.
Corn Steal and Bran.
count}’ for theft of ctittlc, and an as- j fine stands of corn and wheat,
sault with intent to murder, lho , and oats iv splendid prospect, in Ids
last named offense was for attempt. ,)01.tlon of the country,
ling to shoot tho Sheriff while he ... ,
——— ----------j was undertaking to arrest him for , 6 a 10 so*13 t0 *<?*•' t*ie court
yAU.F.V HMHK. j Jhofi.TU,»„,»,! olTen.e, alter l,nvi„B; |X7,3'!"."! TheTavy
J. M. WIOUISS, Paor-R. ! J' J- | Rva»],i.,g lire, inei.leol'tl.e »all« K7l|^'iw''*^«r77iw«;
First,house on the left side Mainstree j Vienna, April 29—Thc polio.)1 ,i woiT'a'lrend'l'’V nill< * : Cild Horn an over dose ot hail,
from the depot, neurly opposite the Alamo j Wore instructed to protect Don ’ j Horses, some with saddles and
DENISON, - - TEXAS. | Alfonso front a mob. He was in- Fora largo and tastefully arranged j some without, ran wildly about town,
suited and beaten. ! bouquet of the rarest and most'and tho confusion and alarm were
The tm loot of thc tine new store of ing implement* and machinery. I will sei'
.Mr. Joseph Courand was perforated;; the same at a liberal discount for rush,
also the roof of the boardinghouse Dct. is. ls7-i.j
of Mr. Dennis. One citizen offers a
dollur each for the recovery of two
favorite young dogs which, in their
alarm, ran away from home. He
.1. C. Ml’DOWEIJ,.
\V. it. BOSS.
WII.i.ia.m out:I \
Newly furnished, and attentive waiters.
Dec. 30. 1 in.
A CCOMMODATION MARKET,
QUINN A KEELER. Proprietors.
Main Street, Opposite Siesfeld's,
DENISON, ■ - - TEXAS.
This old and popular market lias been
fitted up in an improved style.]
The best, meats In the city always on
hand nt prices to suit the times.
The highest market prices paid for cat-
tle sheep and hogs. 221-tf.
Xj^ENTUCKY A TEXAS
SAM’L G. LOWREY, Proprietor.
(Opposite Valley House),
Corner of Main and Houston Streets,
Georgetown I). C April 29_ beautiful flowers, tho editor returns > unprecedented.
The negro preacher who murdered f banka to ill is. K. A. iving. Some \ ictoria — i'be Advoea'c says
his wife in an attic was at church, i °* lbt‘ "‘ best and most fragrant ot
where he heard his wife’s funeraP tho ,,los?0"'8 ttl'u from ^rs- kinS 8
sermon, when arrested. .thoY have
..r. m. bloomed through the winter.
Macon,Ga., April 29.—The Geor- n
gia Grand Royal Arch Chapter of1 A gentleman fresh from Missouri,
Masons lias returned to its nllegi-• called at our office yesterday, and
ance to the General Grand Royal
Arch Chapter of the United States,
which was severed in 18(51.
was enthusiastic in his admiration
of tlio magnificent bouquet which
graces our table. Ho said that
when lie left Missouri last Sunday,
vegetation had barely begun to
spring up, and flowers were not
cotton seems to bo still coining in as
freely as at any time during the sea-
son. Every day during the past
week numbers of wagons loaded
with the staple occupied our streets.
More buildings are going up and
more general improvements going
on in our town than any other time
since thc railroad was extended to
Curero. The prospect for a heavy
pecan crop is said to be thc best that
iias been known for years. Thurs-
day evening at about half-past eight
Is it Right P
\Yc understand from a farmer yes-
terday, that lie was arrested tor sell-
ing butter and eggs without license.
Have wo such an ordinance as com-
pels farmers to take out license to
sell their produce? And if so, is it
We were also reliably infoimcd acres growing on his rancho in Clav n. . , .
that the hucksters about town are in j county that will produce more Ml ’' UM,.V KlH 'ceneiuu o non-
1 n 11t id I i .
be one of accidental homicide,
Sheriff Vaden and Mr. Jno. Fitch i 0 clock> Mr’.1)on,m vee - !l )'UUM«
left Friday morning for the Wichita n.,an ot «UP nl>'’ 'J518 lUallY 8h(,r;,1111
country. Mr. Fitch proposes to the t.1^ southern part ot town, lho
Grangers to wager a hundred hictsas related by several witnesses
has ten 1110 80 conflicting that we foregi
giving them in this issue. But a
bushels of wheat that he
McDowell a green, I'mjn >
First class Livery, P eril and Sale Stahl"
Good stock and new Carriage for sail-
or to let. Stock boarded by the day or
week on reasonable terms. 20’Jd
•THE BEST in the
Gives Universal Satisfac-
40 Hi.-, more bread to ID.
the habit of tolling farmers that they wheat than any ten acres in this ' ''ice us that this case‘will jno\e to ■ whiter. Lighter. Sweeter. Richer,
will bo fined if tlicy sell without li- county. \v ho will accept the
cense, and in somo cases, report wager?
| them as peddlers, or frighten them! There are now in thc county j an account of^a bold and daring at-
Snm >1 ilL. Eggs. Elc.
The Dallas Herald has i Sells everywhere like Hot Cakes.
Lands bought and sold. Buildings let
and rents collected, and collections gener-
ally, attended to.
Office on Main Street
Send tor circular to
into selling their articles to them, | jail twenty-eight prisoners, eight of i tempi to rob the bank at Cleburne, I GEO. F. GRANT Z A; ( O.,
Charges moderate. Liberal patronage thereby giving them (the hucksters) whom are colored, charged as fol-' Johnson county. On Wednesday j Xav j'1'cmano. tieet, a. w lors.
solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. a chance to make front live to ton ; lows: Four, murder; four, burglary; | afternoon two men rode up to the ‘___'____________
| cents a pound on butter and thc | one, swindli'ig, one, forgery; one, bank ot Chambers & Brown, and,
YX7M. HUGHES s imo per dozen on eggs. ! lunacy; two, currying pistols; and fit-1 dismounting, entered and requested Garden Seeds and Potatoes
Butter and eggs urc high, and j teen, theft. They seem to be kept j change for a twenty dollar gold I
scarce enough, and every encourage-j clean, quiet, and'lioalthful as possi-1 pi-co. As the cashier reached to ! _A.11 Sold !
incut should be given so induce the bio in space so small. receive the coin from one man, the ;
fanners to . bring them in.—Dallas , , , , , other seized him by tho throat, and ; BOOKS TO THE FRONT AGAIN !
Commercial. ! , 0 u al.m 1 ',l8 80.untt both drawing revolvers, coraunded » . , . ... ,
about noon lust Saturday and,n less ; him t() Uec* gi|ent on penalty ol j
A game of chess between Europe Ajmc '*,iin 11 tllkts t0 ud l’10 ! instant death. Their threats were Largest stock of Miscrllanwms Book-'
and Now York eitv, starlod in 1859 .l1 H011’bon ''iei’l5 out " 111' i not heeded, and the cashier set tin a Rooks not on hand, will be found an
by eorrespondonce, is concluded, af- 'heir engine and read} for battle,; 8]10Ut for |iCIp. As soon as be raised ] s:'Pl’li,,d. If in existence
ter lmviii'!; been in progress for six- c Ti*!!!.!!!° 'he alarm tlie robber who banded : February, 1875. Houston. T, \
. ••••!••• •»!
HAVANA AND COMESTK’ CIGARS,
and dealer In
SMOKER’S SOTL’ES. ETC.. ETC..
Main street, north side,
DENISON. - - . • TEXAS
April 3. tf
toon years. The contestants wore
; Dr. Brenzingcr. of Pforzheim, in
1 Baden, Germany, and F. ,'A. Brenz
| inger, of New York, Tlie New
York player won tlie game.
A little four-year old created
ripple by remarking to the teacher i ever needed it, this certainly does,
of her Snndav-achool class: “Our There is a greater varioty of trash,
dog’s dead. I bet thc angels wore j decaying and foculant vegetables,
seated when they saw him coming soured fruits, stones, sticks, broken
up the way. He's crow lo strati- planks, soiled papers, beef scraps,
not needed, the lire having been ex- hjm lhe t,)in ft.-ed, thc ball striki......
t ngmshed before it got fairly ,lim in (1|C check, ranging down-'
started. Tbo fire was in J. h. wai.cl JII1(1 breaking the jawbone
Moody s blacksmith shop. Immediately after firing the shot,
While it is the order to“c!e tn up,” j the robbers run for their horses and
why can not something he done for tied. Pursuit was made as soon as
North Travis street? If a street , possible. The officers and citizens
' came up with the robbers at Mans-
'll E D. MULLER,
and, for aught we know, dead men’s
field, but after a brisk little fight
the robbers succeeded in escaping
in the direction of Dallas, where a
man has been arrested who is said
to be one of the robbers. .
PURE WiNES AND LiaU&R?
Main Street, South Side,
DENISON..................TEX AS .
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Burson, J. W. & Montgomery, John C. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 245, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1875, newspaper, April 30, 1875; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth523966/m1/1/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.