Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 289, Ed. 1 Monday, June 21, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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It'HSON A DAY, Pr^rietaw.
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DENISON, TEXA.S, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1875.
Mttre In the Gunn Block,Cntwr
Main street ami avenue,
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Daily delivered by carrier anywhere In the
city at fifteen rents per week.
To any one sending a club of ten. ol eitUei
.the daily or weekly, an extra copy "'ill
1m> furnished free.
Advertising rates low, and will be made
known on application.
the job office
is complete in every respect, and employ-
ing none but tirst class workmen, we are
prepared to do ail kinds ot job work In
as good stvle as can be done anywliere,
and at prices that are reasonable. Give
us a call and yon will be convinced tliat
what we say is so. Orders by mail will
be promptly attended to.
OUB SHERMAN LETTER.
Pull Particulars of the Scandal—Sta-
ful Wife and Uncharitable Hus-
band—The Rev. Binklev a Victim
of Misplaced Confidence Ho For-
gave her not, but put ber Away—
“Let he That is Without sin Cast
the First Stone.” Embry the Lib-
ertine Absconded—Fire—Loss Be-
tween 12,000 and $3,000 Festival,
etc., etc., etc.
! GRAND CLOSING-OUT SALE
J. G. TAYLOR ■&, CO.. PitorRirrojts.
Main-street, near the depot.
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
April 3, tf
J. M. WIGGINS, I’nor’R.
Flrrt house on the left side Main stree
Iron) the depot,, nearly opposite the Alamo
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Newly furnished, and attentive waiters.
Dec. 30. lm.
From Our Sfici.u Uomispomdevt
The account I sent last Thursday
of the “Scandal was iucorrect in one
particular—the minister’s wife is not
dead. I gave the rumor as 1 heard
it on the street. As no effort has
been niado by any one to keep this
affair a secret, I will say that the
“minister” is the Rev. J.M. Binkley,
pastor of the M. E. Church, and his
wife’s name was Barr at the time of
their marriugo on the 12th of last
May. Her maiden name was Stead-
man, and her parents and brothers,
highly lospoctablo and influential,
reside in Sherman. When the Rev.
Binkley lcarnod his w ife’s “condi-
| tion,” which was during the night
of Tuosday last, he immediately
sent for her father and brothers to
come and take their “base sister”
bell vm rung, J. D. XcCamants
wholesale and retail grocery, on
South Travis was in Sanies. AH f
the cburebos(7) were in session, and
the Are boys were badly scattered,
but when they got Sam Houston
No. 1 to working, which they did in i
about twelye minutes aAer the
alarm, they subdued the flames in ~\/f H-OT .TTPir^T .T . &T. (’’DO-
about five minutes. The large stock JXA“-
of korosone was at once exploded,
and the house would have been en- ___ ___
tirely destroyed but for the gallant j
service of tho tire company. The
west end of tjje store was burned,
and a large amount of groceries de-
stroyed or injured in moving. Loss
between two and three thousand
Last Friday night there was a
festival at Parks’ Academy. It was |
ENTIRE STOCK i SALE * COST PRICES.
1 UCOMMODATION MARKET,
UINN & KEELER, Proprietors.
Main Street, Opposite Siesfeld’s,
the grand finale of the week of ex- j
animation, and Prof. Parks’ school j
will now have a vacation of two or
three months. One barrel of ice
cream and two of lemonade were
consumed by *ho parents and near
relations. Young Gallia, a printer
in tho Courier office disposed of six ,
dishes of ice cream and fivo glasses
of lemonade. This was going it
We mean Business. and must sell our entire stock. as we
wish to engage in another business.
THIS IS THE ONLY CHANCE FOR BARGAINS IN THE CITY.
strong and complimentary. But
-------------- what pleased the boys most was to
home. It is generally stated and set> “Dick” gallanting two Cherokee
believed that chloroform "as used . beauties, and trying to address them
before she could be induced to en-; m their mother tongue. Big Injin,
. , • ,, ,i tlinn iv i,v .Richard, “ugh” tho old mon all re
ter the carnage; and then only b) froKm thoir 80ats
the assistance ot throe or four men.
While no one eensuros, very few
speak praisingly of Mr. Binkley’s _ _ c
cause in this unfortunate mattoi.j Bosb Tweed.
Though a much loved and respeeta- --
ble minister of the gospel, he has j Thurlow Weed to-day, sick and
...if .. .. , f .,11 feeble us he is, is still a great pow-
ev.dently forgotten that of all g,ftsjer & lifc.long acquaint- i
and virtues, “Tho groatest of these nnCe, sent for him on Blackwell’s
is charity,” and that, “Joseph her Island. Mr. Weed said : “You have
husband* being a just man, and not j sent for me I presume, to see if I
•in . ...... .... i.i w. ov«m will interfere to induce the Govern-'
willing to make her a public exam- t0 interpose in your behalf ?” “Yes,”;
pie was minded to put her away J wag the reply «i am afrnid,” sai(]
ll.'ITM I,- “ I I 11.4 “iimticfi” clulllired VI,. Wr.r.,1 att.,,. vnn I. n t-n ».r\f till,.
sponded from their seats boneath
the pine trees.
Stvx, I). D.
• . W .. . . wv H IV1
Ladies and Gentlemen, Come early and Examine our Stock.
MUST NATIONAL BANK.
Authorized Capital, 000.00
i B. BOSS.
This old and popular market has been
fitted till ^ nn improved style.
The best meats in the* city always on
* l> tl" l 11 v- 1“ J^IJ ' A illlJ it 11 til U j ottlU
privily.” lias “justice” changed Mr. Weed “that you have not the
during the last nineteen centuries? , power to do the only tiling that
But where is Mr. W.E. Embry, who | would justify an interference in
is charged w.tl, seduction and 1 o^four milHons o^mo.^v^or ' Special attention given to collections in
tin ism? Will lie come forward
Constantly on hand, the following brands
Paid up Capital, $100,000.00. j “LOYE ST AR.*’
Does a Legitimate Banking Busines
; Corn Meal and Bran.
| D<gr" Digest market prices paid for wheat.
tie sheep and hogs.
kENTISTRY—O. E. bNYDER,
Office at il. Tones' residence, Gandy st.
not; for when lie left for Kentucky
ho stated that ho would be back
soon with some more fruit trees and
a wife. Tho time for treo planting
passed, but no Embry, no Mrs. Em
three or four millions of money, or
even one million, justice might be
satisfied and you reloused.” “I am
utterly powerless,” Tweed said, “to
make any restitution. Personally 1
have had little benefit of the money
taken from the city. Everybody
bad a claim upon me, and right and
left I have disbursed the funds to
Wishing to close out our stock of farm
i ing implements and machinery, 1 will sell
_ ' the same at a liberal discount foresail.
Missouri, Kansas and Texas* oet.is.imi w. b. boss.
brv and no trees. Trees have gone | others. My lawyors were paid half
, ,, , , , , i a million. Investments in real-
up, >ut . i. jin n j ms gone ‘ ' estate have been ruinous. Immense
None of his old sweathearts now : 8Utn8 bave boon lost in stock specu-
speak of him. Foremost in their j lations, a.-.d though 1 am reputed to
minds lie seems to have
Sight Exchange bought and sold oil prir
cipal cities ot the United States.
i t LA MO RESTAURANT.
i HALL tx MLUI.EN, - Proprietors.
R.S. Stevens. ,Jno. Seullen, J. D. Chadick
Jos. I’errv, S. G. Eddy. Ed. Perry.
W. B. Munson.
Lands bought and sold. Buildings let ;
and rents collected, and eolleetions gener-
ally, attended to.
Office on Main Street
JOHN SCULLIN’. President, i
ED. PERRY. Vice-President.
j J. r. LliKl’kK. El). II. LIXIiO. A. C. WATLE
dropped bo immensely rich, except tho prop-
First-class work. Charges reasonable, j entirely out of their affections. “0 i "into 1 tears
------------------- | what a fall was that, my country -; Tvvecd°stiid . «j wou|d gia(Uy give
*tM. HUGHES | men.” It was like the fall from | Up every dollar I possess in the
H | Brooklyn Hights, or that of Kas- j world to make roatiution. If I had
1>c*ler m ciusko when “Freedom shrieked.” Been more selfish, and had taken
------ lie was not a Solomon difficulty. The properly is bo-
hy any means.” Probably this is j yond hiy control and I cannot re-
true in some qualified respects, but turn it. And unless I make some
Mr. E. was once very popular here, restitution, the Governor could not
„ , , ii , i and ought not to interfere in my
lie kept a green-house on Houston ! behair__Bo8ton journul.
street, which was a favorite resort! -------
of such of our lair citi/.ons as love to Four adjoining townships in Mass- j y j* x coper & Co., and Cameron & MnvfielJ,
see the green things growing. Mr. | adn,setts and Reodo Island, two in,”
, . V ii each state, will unite in celebrating
Embry is clever and presentable, i-. ■ . ■ ■ 1
All tin; delicacies of the season, served iu
first class style. We guarantee satisfaction
j East Main street, opposite the Alamo Hot. '.
eeper. lingo & CO.
QAK IIALL MEAT MARKET’.
Ilenrv itatt'.iffe. proprietor. Eat Beef
po-k and mutton always on sale. The pro-
prietor proposes to keep nothing but first
class meats. 23-dtf
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
ami dealer in
SMOKER'S SUPPLIES, ETC., ETC.,
Main street, north side,
DENISON. - - - TEXAS
April 3, tf
■yy M. PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to the collection
Office up stairs. N. E. corner Main and
Burnet street#* 189eoutt.
f ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
. Office over National Bank Building.
■Will practice in the State and United
States Court*. Dally Jy 14ti.
---rf - j the 22d inst. as the two hundreth
lie wins his way wherever ho goes, anniversary of the commencement
His grace is graceful, his manner I of tho Indian war in 1675. So far
plensablo, and Ins humor irrepressi-' hs heard from tho Indians will take j
, . . . • I. ,, • ... I no part in tho colebration.
ble and niimPablo. Ilo is no or-1 1
ator, lie cannot sing, ho seldom plays , j[r. Backus, of Michigan, was so
or dances, but ho makes all his pop- ■ injudicial as to smoko in the same
clarity with his silvery laughter, wagon with a can of coal oil. It Prof. |
. , , .' Peters, in scanning around among
lhc tree business may languish, but thfl pmnot8> 8houi(f happen to get a
glimpse of anything that looks like
a fragment of Mr. B.the will send
word to tho papers.
rr ,I. FRANK,
LIVERY, FEKD AND SALE STABLE
Mr. i mbry will not. lie has re-
turned to tho Blue-grass region of
Kentucky, where ho will probably
renew his membership in the
Christian church, and continue to
smile and laugh and laugh and
Yesterday it was announced from
the pulpits of Sherman, that on
next Sunday night the Rev. J. M.
Binkley will meet his flock and ex
pound on his present ordeal. 1 shall
try and be present to take notes.
About 8 o’clock last night the fire
Open from Ten a. m. taTen
and one-half, p. m.
20.3 MAIN STREET,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
A full assortment of white and yellow
ShnIi, Iloors, Dll mis,
Shingles, Lath, Lime,
Hair, Cement, etc.,
always on hand.
Please give us i cull and examine ou
stock of lumber,
jyr offices anil arils,•, |Oorner of Am
tin and Owing* sir ts, and foot of Skidd;
A fine lot of new carriages and got
teams for the accommodation of customer*.
Horse- boarded by dav or week.
■24t)tf. ’.LF. FRANK.
Lost and Found.
A gentleman out west, who had a very
lucrative business, found to his dismay
that lie was gradually losing trade, with-
out knowing any cause lor the falling ofi
until he came to Denison, when he remem-
bered thathe bail once bought a very choice
lot ofliquors and cigars at Eppsteiii A Pro's
Kentucky Whisky Depot, and had not re-
plenished ids stock with the same goods,
lie went straight to that house, laid in an
other tine lot of those, celebrated liquors
and cigars, for which EppstCia.it Bro’s
are justly popular, took tnein home mid
was happy In the discovery, that all his
lost customers came hack.’ and thus he
found the sure way of sustaining his trade.
All those in quest of that class of goods
do "uUIn profiting by this H»ou. *m*
come straignt to the Kentucky Whiskey
Depot* Errant in A Bko’s.
19Gdtf., Main street. Denison..Texas
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Burson, J. W. & Day, James H. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 289, Ed. 1 Monday, June 21, 1875, newspaper, June 21, 1875; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524152/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.