Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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THURSDAY. • : SEFI\ 9. 1875.
Post Office Directory-
Northern mail arrives...—........9KW p. m.
“ closes..............12:30 p. m.
southern mail arrives...—.....— 1:00 p. m.
•* •* closes.......—.....1:30 p.m.
Office hours from S a. m. to 7 p. ui. Sun-
days. office will be open oik* hour after tlie
arrival and distribution of the mails.
R. M. Grubbs. P. M.
Arrivals and Departures of
M lil and Express arrives,-.....1:00 p. ui.
•• ** •• leaves.......... 2:00 p. in.
Mixed train arrives................11:00 a. m
“ leaves................0:30 p. in.
Freight arrives......................- *'*10 p. m.
“ leaves.........................3:00 a. ni.
M .il and Express do. not ran Sundays.
MISSOURI. KANSAS & TEXAS.
The New* ha* discovered a person who
think* an -ad.’ in that paper worth a dol-
lar • month more thau tlie same *ad. in
the Cresset. Well, we have always con-
tended that tlie present age lia* produced
some of the greatest fools on record; and
a man who claims that a business adver-
tisement inserted in one pai>er is worth a
dollar a mouth more than it would be in a
paper with one-third larger circulation,
displays the lolly of the 19th century.
Our paper is just what we claim for It, no
more, no less, and we do not go aiouud
telling the people that they had better
stop the other Denison paper and take
our’s, for we are going to publish the
‘•Associated Press Dispatches'* at a great
outlay of time and money, and then not
The News adopted this course to hol-
ster up its weakness and strengthen its
failing circulation a month ago, and we,
in common with many others have long
and anxiously looked for the loudly her
aided and much talked of dispatches;
but they have failed to appear.
The Cresset has always contained as
Mail and Express arrives,........ 2:00 p. m.
leaves.......... 1:15 p in. I manv, and a* late, dispatches as the New-.
Uve Stock Express arrives.,
“ *• •• leaves,...
Way Freight arrives............
•* •• leaves.............
M l’N I Cl PA I. O FFIC Fits.
____2:30 p. in. him! will continue so to do. It contain*
— 3:13 p. m. | more reading matter and has a milch I taxes be voted on by -ectlou
.. 3:00 a. m. ! larger circulation.
... 5:00 a. m. i While the little News is 25 cents a week
the Cresset is only 15 cents a week.
Corscix Rooms. Sitrr. 8, 1873.
At a meeting of the City Council of tin:
city of Deuison. held pursuant to adjourn-
ment. this day, tliere were present.
W. H. Winn, Mayor; 9. B. Boss. J.
D. Woodvard, W. A. Tibbs. L. M. John,
son. ,1. G. Taylor, W. D. Kirk, and G. B.
Loving. Council; G. W . Walters) absent.
Moved by Boss and secondeu, that the
report of the Assessor and Collector be
accepted and returned to him with instruc-
tions to proceed at once to collect the
same, and that he prepare a ement of
the amount of Delinquent Taxes for the
years 1873 and 1874. and present the same
to the Council at their next regular meet-
Moved by Bos* and second ’d, the ordi-
nance as read relating to building on
Main street. Carried. See page 37 of
Moved by Taylor and seconded, that
the ordinance in relerence to bell ringing,
as amended ami read be adopted. Carried.
See paged” ot ordinance book.
Moved by Loving and -eeonded. that
the ordinance in reference to collecting
Moved bv Woodvard and -eeonded,
tiiat Section one be adopted, < 'arried.
Moved by Loving and seconded tha'
BIG SHOW j
FREE TO ALL FARMERS.
Grayson. Cooke. Montague, Fannin and Hunt Counties and tte Chicks
mm nit non
-HEADS THE VAN
We are satisfied that we produce as good .section two Ik* adepte... t arr.ed.
a local paper as the present circumstance*
will admit of, and want it distinctly tin
Moved hv Kirk and -eeonded, that the j
. ordinance be adopted a- a whole. ' 'arried.
W H. WINN.
G. L PATRICK,
J. H GUY.
O. E. O'M .iLEY,
W B. BOSS,
W. H. NORT11CUTT,
A B. PERSONS,
•i ■ x. ilmex—1st w.\at>:
JNO G.TAYLOR, J. D. WOODVARD.
COYNCILMEX—5ll> WAtn .
GE(» B LOVING, L. M. JOHNSON.
COCX 1! MEN—3d tVAUP '.
GEO W. WALTERS. W. D. KIRK,
rorxi iLMEX—4th ward :
^ , ' , . , „ _J * *. i street. Both wen* unarmed, bn: agreed Bank for tin; vear* >73 and ls74 1 e re.
Rep Bar meeting ot 1 onneil, first Thursday ........................... , ... , „........
il Recorder, j derstood that we never will allow 0,0 ! See page :;s et ordinance
Marshal 1 Cresset to fall behind the News in any i Moved by Woodvard and -ecoml. d, that
Assessor & Yeilcetor j matter „f interest or importance, anil 1 tll,‘ A«e*sor ami <'••’.lector ! .* instructed
lVesidentefCoimcil j wlu'u advertise that we are going to to -:v‘‘ notice. .; •'■* I'lli.g to the
‘ City Cl*rk. | receive the Associated Press Dispatches.! statute- of the State ot Texas. in such ;
City Attorney. I and canvas tin* city on that plea, wc will rASt‘ ;Uh^ pr*»v.«h*d ii.icct :att\v att»!
publish them—not get a number of sub- «»» pubiieatlon of the ordimm <• reguia.
scriber- on «ucli an annouueeinent and ting tlie ccdieetion ot taxes ot the time ol
then fail to furnish what wo advertise.
Almost a Tragedy.
the ordinance regulating tie* * oiieetion of
taxes of the time and place for tie.....-
ie -tion if ' iv - ductile ■ ■ i t v of 1 *”!.i-nn.
(JOTTOX PEEM 1 IMS!
If Man SveGista
Yesterday afternoon, two gamblers had « arried.
some trouble over a game of cards in a Moved by Bos* and seconded, that tin*
faro room in tlie rear of a saloon on Main clie n m of mv-. from the First National
ir each mouth.
V M. SHRADER,
»u; ;y r. «. marsiiai..
T. M. WRIGHT.
jt.stick oe cn: :ai : —prt.i i.wt xo. •> :
W D. KlllK.
J H CUMMINGS. - Constable.
i down on >kiddy street an 1 borrowed .. < '•» ui —. li«-Tin :- tie* I’X":. elainied
S.'i . FONTAINE, navy revolver. The otiier jiartv eontitw by rii*.* 1- i: -: Nath .' 1. .t.k wa- legal
ued playing card.-, evidently forgetting not.
all about the little unpleasantness he luc
with Paine. a» he made no effort *0 "he
himself.” and said no more about the ;:f- fur the printing of ordinate » 1m* accepted.
For the tir-t Bale ot < niton from any of the above counties.
For the 1st. 2d. 3d, Irh and 5th bales, to be paid to the eoiiqx titors under the follow-
wen: ivj-orr at the next regular meeting of the W|t, lllll!it t*. 011 one farm, and brought to this place by!
when they next met. to shoo; on-Ight. I'**rr«*<l to the 1 ity Afoi - v. ,.nd that In
One of them, named Torn Paine
For Assessor ami Collector.
We are authorized to aanouace the name
of Robert J. Wilson, of Precinct No. ti. a*
a candidate for the office of Assessor and
Collector of Grayson county.
and that tin* I'mt-sKr L»* <]• Bared THE
After he finished playing card*, in com- OFFICIAL PAPERof' ntCTi'Y. < aR-
panv with some friends, pas*«d in *0 the RIED.
bar to take a drink, and while stand-
ing at tlie counter, Tom paine dashed into the Bridge 1 'ommitt*-** be 1 ;eilf»
the front door,
1*: * rot. in hand,
Wacom Second. None of the aforesaid counties are to he entitled to morn than one
Iir<Tiiiuni. Third. The cotton mii't be of the present year's growth. Fourth. Only1
the producer i' entitled to the premium. Filth. The bale of cotton getting a preuii-j
bv VV - that tun must la* *old In this market to tlie highest bidder.
* l'lii* !::• m y li.ivinji buun jiUiHTOu.-I\ tlonuto I b\ lliu luo>t :tii«l 11ln’r.i 1-min«.*
tli«* bid < >t t lie I * a !: i t'KE^V.r ch.»;a>. -U *»nlv run Iks looked toi-'intln* city «»t' DciiiMjii, in a«l<Uti'»u to thi* h1h»u* )
THEPOPI LAR STAH STOltE
Movd by Woodvard an • eond* 1. that
tract with Mr. deer- A I.eb.umi tor he
construction of the bridge on Lamar Ave*
and leveled it at }he man. ailing on him line, it being the lowest bid. Carried.
Moved by Loving and seconded, that
Offers as the tirst premium, .50 yards fine quality .Son Island Cotton. —d.l
1 pair Calfskin Hoots. 3d. Twenty-live yards host Prints. Itli. 1 pair
Ladies’Calf Shoes. 5th. 1 beautifully dressed Doll Baby.
Last night when we were going home, Mosquito Bars, all colors, at the!
we met a very decently dressed white Star Store.
to "let leo-e.
woman, drunk. We think we have seen
ni icu-c. iHumi yy i.'.wiig uu , - > ’til
For a few moments thi: g* 1 ickml rather the City ' lerk he Instructed ’■ luruish the 1
We are authorized to ar,nuance the uanu
of H Ton*, a* i amlidate for AfM**(.r awl 1 t0,,M‘*
Collector of Grayson County.
yet we are getting steeled to all kinds of jn j,y express,
wonderful nirpri»e* now days, and notli-
Tbe Leader of Style.
The Star Store. New Hats iust
•‘squal'y." and the excitement was in- Finam e <'<vnu:'’tee at a* early a date a*
possible, a statement shewing tlie amounts ,
one of the meet of fees .-oilc Led at the POLICE COURT ',l0l t 0,‘ an «'»1't,,‘l!Wk«‘ "'onltl 'llst,1,'b
q \ our equanimitv. Lhe woman made
The har keeper, who
Interpid fellows ::i the world,
LKAPF.D OVKII I UK ( OIM KI.
TheM., K. A T. pay car arrived tins
R' ber i- receiving the largest stork of j disarming him. and also escorting hiu.
school books ever brought to our city. ! out (,f the saloon.
during the month* of July
1*75. Also showing the full amount re-
grasped Paine in his arm*, ami after a ' reived by each offi-er a» fee or jieiqr.lsites
short but decisive struggle, succeeded in in May. 1 arried.
The following bill was presented and
allowed. P. IV. M Greavy, ime days' *er-
Oystersfi'imi this date. September 1st, in
’ every style at Raffs restaurant. Give him
Mr. Martin informs ns that he is dispos- 0tjier
log of a large lot of new brick from his
It came very near being, perhaps, an- vices as clerk of ele< tion. 52 .'*0.
The remainder of the proceec'.tng of the
<'ommon Council will be pabiised in lo-
FlOO; Y Al’KAIIt,
and the questior naturally suggests itself, morrow evening's Cktsskt.
We can stand in the back part of our where were cur efficient police all this
office anil *ec several new buildings going time?
Pass Him Around.
despai r to »ffort to hide her fad* in her
handkerchief, blit too late. "Such i*
First of the Season.
New style Huts at the Star Store.
James Johnson. M. I)., Physician and
Surgeon. Office, Main street, opposite
tin Poet i ffl e. 8 iltf.
Pri/.f. Shootinu at Phim.ys Gai.i.kky
Tiik i’t.Iuce Hotel, now nearing
completion in San Francisco, is the
largest hotel structure in the world.)
It covers 90,250 square feet of;
of ground, and is seven stories
high; 24,001,000 bricks were used
in its walls, 3,000 tons of cast and
wrought iron, and 4,561,524 feet of
Mr. Brown! High-toned Brown, has | during tlie month of September. First j Kimbei and timber,
Messrs. Brenner A Wolie have just re- j uken ,)is d(,partul.ei Mnd with him disap-, prize off hand shot. $40 watch. Second 1,000 windows, 337 of which are
Conductor Dan Pea. M. K. & T., i* pre- "eive<i s0,np r'' "K‘ Hr.est hquors ever j |>enred our coat thut we had hanging in | prize with rest, Swamp Angel pistol $15. bay windows; 620 rooms, none of
paring to build a house on bis lot on i brought to our'cit>, consisting of impor-; tjle As a professional tramp, who
Hears street. The lumber i* being brought t(*d Scotch and ir:-.i w ai-kie*. a>o *oine ■ couj(j jjv<. without money and without
very line old French brandies. They have *
from tlie Nation.
sept 2-i t , [t.s8 gjj,e x j(j anc] 335
Oysters.—E. A. Fausts celebrated Bui-1 Oath rooms. Jt contains three miles
received to-dav a half car load7o.7 1 ^ “ "'T*™ 'timorc 0^tew '!'e d,lsh op c»n at ^! of halls; there are five passenger
iw-huii awi.n a nan uinwuui u.r, while here, lie was in town some twelve restaurant, received to-day. 1 ' B
Dcnisdu at the present time i* undoubt- f - Sonr Mash whi»ky. Give them a call ,]aVst was drunk ior eleven of them
rdly the best town of its -ize in Texas *dl who wish something A No. 1 in the < worked a little one day and left with a
for carpenters, and they command tirst liquor line.
new suit of clothes and our coat,
A few evening- ago some person put a which we call rushing business. We lin-
ing man—that is pants and coat, stuffed derstand that be started for Parsons.
i caps in the city. Come and see them.
M. Ooiwou. »v Co.
The Accommodation market is the only
The shelving in Davis' new store. , , , , . , ..
was nut un bv George Bates anrl Rp,, i to look like a man—on the track of tlie ; where lie will make his appearance in the place to get what you ask for.
Keefer and is undoubtedly the best exe- M. K. A T. Cherokee Division. The night same old character of a “dead-beat.”
cutcd job of its kind ever done in our city was unusually bright with the new moon. He lias gone through Texas, his hand
and reflects great credit on those two gen- A freight train came booming along at the against every printer aid editor, and sue- j th“^.“storc7
rate of fifteen miles an hour. Tne en- succeeded in getting n notice from
---gineer saw what he supposed to be a man every one that tiad time to waste |
The new business house of Munson A lying on the track. H** called frantically paper and Ink on him. .Mr. Brown, you j
Tone is making rapid ingress toward ; for brakes, and reversed In's engine, but: have our blessing unil our coat, and it you ■
elevators and seven grand stair-
We have the best stock of R. K. huts and j Wftyg . thcre ap0 4^40 doors, 9,000
gas burners, and thirty-two miles
of gas and water pipe. It re-
quires 50,000 yards or twenty-eight
miles of carpet. It cun accommo-
date 1,200 guests, besides 360 ser-
vants and employees..
Handso-me Embroidery just in at
Immigration to Texas.
No state in the union is settling up so
the middle of Main street. Lumber, sand j too late, the whole train passing over the will only keep away from here, we will I raP‘'L' us Jextts.aml a.l immigrant-lnj in
and building material are piled nearly to ; body of the man. The engineer, fireman
the center of the street.
: and crew went back with horror depicted
There will be a meeting of the Drama*.- jtheir countenance. They soon came to
le Hub to-morrow night, at Mr. w„i. 'the "angled remains of the effigy, and in
compound the felony, and think the gar- * of El*>*,rin * Bro'* celebrated
“Good-bve Mr i <J°ok County Whisky as they pas* through
ment well disposed on.
Hughes’ office at h o'clock. All n;ein- i
hers are expected to be present, as an
election ol officer* is to be held.
Some two months since. MeDougul’s
safe got off the combination and could not to the A '^mmodatiou market 6-1SM
the place ol bones, blood, and brain* I
; strewed promiscuously around, they ; , ,
1 *-) .««»' ■ ‘L-EffF ,.R~ “’.“i'S !
For choice mutton < bops aril roasts go
had $225 in it. Mcltowell li id somq$500
worth of Revenue stamps belonging to
to day, no less than fifteen thousand r’ol- tlie fellow who had played the joke, and j f !'111 ainoaey
lai’s. More than half of thi* will go into the train proceeded on its w.iy.
and other objects of ■"•earing apparel.
The M.. K. A T. pay ear left in our city. ; There was a benediction pronouns d on
the hands of our merchants, which will
make business lively for the next few
; package ot $5,000 locked up
McDowell went down to Dallas to induce
Dr. J. B. I). Worley, ot Hlierm.m, has! Mr. Griffin, the “exper*.” of Texas in
established a branch office with Dr. White j lock picking, sale opening and other ditfi-
ol this city, and wiil remain here until the cult and intricate jobs, to come up and try
There is one business men in this town 17th to practice his profession of Dental, to open it. Th** News had the safe open
ivbo says Jm considers an ad in the News Surgery. Parties can have work done at1 this morning, but at 12 o’clock m. Mr.
Always on Time.
New Stylo Hats at tlie Star Store
Fine Fuddle Rock oysters received thi-
'1 uesdny j j]ay Keefs next door to McDougals*
Main street. 2md.
Notice:—From and after thi* date, the
undersigned will not be responsible
for any debts contracted by employes of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
and dealer in
| SMOKER'S SUPPLIES, ETC., ETC
Maiffstrcet, north side,
j DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
| April 3. tt
OE. BEKRY.M D.,
Zwbsp'ai*?0"?r tl^cfLCT.-l&niiii t,M?ir rtsidence b-v ,<avinP w"nl at. ’ri!R" was sweating over” » drill that he | 8*rr' 3* ^ Burson a Day.
Pliy ftioinn ttnd Surgeon,
Omc::—Live Drug Store. Main street.
lO-smi vck:—S.-K. Corner Gandy street
ami Burnet avenue.
Yes. and we know of several merchant- Ton bale' i’i to-J r
sepOilift was trying to force through the inner 1
O r from Orav- sab' wb‘eli i* made ot chilled
Mrs. E. C. Rogers will open a select
on Main street who considers an ad in the son county, raised by Dallas Hodge, and , /*'; to get the .-..ft open J school on Sear* street, (near Ud. iaylor *
Cresset worth one dollar a month more «ol<! to A. Teali for 12 cent*, and the y ’’ eveiiing, ami wc hope he will, as
than the same space in the News. For j other from Montague, raised by Fisher, 1
the best reason in the world that our daily and sold to Bennett A Co. for game price. I "f '"m. euulffi .........— «**«■•*- 1
circulation exceeds that of the News by Both bales classed low middling. Later ■ w 0 oan onfi if O. K.
at least one hundred, and our weekly eir- 1 in the day two more bales came in from Colgate’s Cashmere Bovuet, genuine
cuJatlon is equal to that of the News, -i.id Montague, but were shipped to St. Louis ! Brown, Wim1«or A William*’ Barber Soap 1
is taken by the lest citizens in our State, j They were raised on Judge Scott’s farm. 1 at M Knight A Co.'s drug -tore.
■ brick residence.) on Monday September
M Dowell is standing around anxiou«lv I 6th* I8"5. For term* and further par-
br tlm stnmric ...... tieuliirs apply to the m der-igncd.
E. C. Rogers.
Denison, September 4.1875. tf
Fleming’s Ale on draught at Mc-
Ei’CHAN I S' AND PLANTFR8’
Transact a general hanking hn-ines
buy ami -ell gold. .-'dver. amlexcl.ai.gc>
all the principal cltic*.
Collections promptly iCiiclecl to.
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Burson, J. W. & Day, James H. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1875, newspaper, September 9, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524001/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.