Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 21, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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From o«r Extra this Moraing.
HOMICIDE IN SHEEHAN.
Kearny at Seven Pines
BY Il'Mr: D CU1IM K ST* DMAS.
Can. Eectcr, a Noted Sport of Sher- ^XiMkrlj kgend U aim on its jaw
Arrivals ami Departures ‘ f
A : l Expre.- arrivt-......... I/M :*. m.
Frank Yeatman does thoFatal Work
Tbe Homicide Thought Justifiable.
Jiiv l train arrives.........
2:t)0 ,i. tr..
..l!:t!0 a. m
.. 0:30 it. m.
Fr arrives.....................- *20 n. in.
•• leave-........................5:00 a. in.
M ;|| fud Ex pro * does not mil Sumbys.
.HISSOUni. KANSAS\ TEXAS.
.Mail and Express arrives........- 2:00 p. an.
•• •• •• leaves..........1:13 p ui.
Live Stock Express arrive-.......EiO p. in.
Way Freight arrive*.........
“ leave* ..........
About one o'clock last night, Frank
Yeatman went in*o the Postotliee saloon
at Sherman, and white taking a drink at
the bar. Can. Rector came in and walked
up to the bar. Yeatman asked him to I,
... . ... ,. , , , ; Main the battle went ill, ami the bravest
rake a drink, when Rector replied that he
That story of Keai ny who knew not to yu M! \
j *Twaa the day when with Jaineso'i, fierce |
Berry and Biracy, j
Against twent • thousand he tallied the
j . fivW,
| Where the red volleys poured, where ti ■' j
clamor rose highest,
Where the dead lay in clumps through tue j
dwarf oak and pine: ;
Where the aim from the thick.1, was surest
No charge like Phil Kearny's along the
, vi, p. ru.
would not drink with such a scoundrel.
Yeatman then remarked to Rector that If
h - had ever done anything to harm him
he was willing to apologize, but not be-
• es.'lie was anyway afraid of Rector.
■ !l‘ “*• Rector tlian advanced toward him and
said “You ain’t are you,” and commenced
sluplug him In the face. Yeatman then
'Mayor. drew a dirk and stabbed Rector several
* Mars', iV times, any of the wounds which would
Assessor & Collector; have proved mortal, lie (Rector) was
Treasurer literally cut to pieces.
President off\mneii j Rector then turned, and staggering
1 11 ( ll'r,“ from the saloon, walked about fifty yards
and dropped dead on the sidewalk. eat-
in m has given himself up to the author-
ities. The affair created great excitement
L. M "'■Vos j'“SI~
cocxcitMKS—3» "Aim: Frank Yeatman is from Pickens coun-
tilit) IV. WALTERS, \\ D. KIRK, j ty, Alabama, and was well known in our
cot ncii.men— tin war!* : j city, being connected for a long time with
W B. BOSS, - W. A. TIBBS.! the Star store, lie was regarded by all
W H. WINN,
ti. L PATRICK,
l. II. GIT,
0 K. O’M ALKY,
\\ B. BOSS,
\V. H. NORTIICUTT,
A B. PERSONS, - City Attorney, i
COCNCILMKN—1st WAtlll '
1 NO »i. TAYLOR, J. D. WOODY All D
COYNCILMtH—fill WAEI) .
OKO B LOVING,
ii irdar meeting of Council, ti::-t T r.rsil;
UNITED STATUS COMMISSIONERS :
HAS. E. 11A1'ill< 'E, S.T. FONTAINE.
his fellow clerks us a perfect gentleman,
and had the entire eonlid nee of his em-
ployer-. He is al-o spoken very highly
of by the merchants generally of our
city, lie i-. quite tall, slenderly built,and
docs not posse-savory robust constitution.
From all the facts in our possession, we
Near the dark Seven Pines, where we still
he'd our ground,
He rode down the length of the withering
And his heart at our war-cry leapt up with
lie snuffed, like his charger, i n w ind of the
His sword waved us on, and we answered
Loud our cheer us we indit'd, but his laugh
rang the louder,
“There’s the devil’s o va fui, boys, along
the whole liue!”
How he strode his brown steed! How we
saw his blade brighten
In the one hand still lent, uud the reins in
lie laughed like a boy when the holidays
But a soldier’* glance allot from his vizor
Up came the reserves to the ineiee infernal,
Asking where to go in—tur.o.gk the clear-
ing of pine?
“Oh, anywhere! Forward! 'tig aii the t>..au>,
You 'll find lovely fighting along the whole
Oh, evil the black shroud of ight at Chan-
That ti id from sight of his brave men and
Foul, foul sped the bullet t it clipped the
The flower of our knighthood, tho whole
Vet we dream that lie still, in that shadow .
Where the dead form their ranks a; the
wan drummer’s sign,
Rides as of old down tl e length of his legion,
And the word is still “Forward!” alone
the whole liue.
W’ ” 5 V :
JUSTICE Of Till PEACE—PRECINCT NO. 5
- W. 1). KIRK. |
1! Cl'MMlNf.-, - Con stable. | cannot* -ee in what other light the affair
r. —---------- , ««,.«, -m ,! can be regarded than justifiable homicide.
TL, man killed was a sporting character,
j also well known in this city; was about
i be following intelligence has been re- eHirty-fl vo years of age, stoutly bul.t.dark
eeived from Sherman: j complexion and wore a black moustache. |
The grand jury (now in session) failed i Parties who knew him say he was quar-1
to find a true ’bill against Yeatman for the relso,ue nml 11 bai1 character, his death j
. being no loss to the community. Others | At the solicitation of Col. Tandy Walk-1
“ • 11 j however, spea in more favorable terms | er, Mr. Walter llemby. connected with j
The Northern mail is nine hours late of the cl va-e«i. It Is a sad niFair, and [ this otliee, will address the i itizei • of the
There have besn a great
on our streets ro-dav selling produce. ws arrested at the instance of"Jerry No-! n,orro"'; Mr’ I!,,lllhy is n i o!J re'ii,lent
Mr. Sanford, freight agent M„ K. & T.,; Ian, charged with swindling him out of;"1 tllH; Nation, a very eloquent speaker,
went to Sherman this morning on business forty dollar#. Dtmlvan said he would pay i '*'*) l,nt*oubtcdly deliver an addreit
ecninected with the road. Nolan as -oon as the pay car arrived, but “' 1 11 nl llbl" io.
Hereafter we shall try and give the cm its arrival it was loum! the money: ’The following persons leave to-morrov striped dapum
EXAMINE OUR PRICE S..HT.
deeply to be regretted. i Nation at the laying of the corner stone of
many wagons; 0n Friday a man named Jerry Dtmlvan !ll“' new «CiK,“n‘-v at So,lth Cll:::l,Uan
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION!
amount of stock shipped from li.-a daily, "’lilol* wa> due Dimivaii had been stopped
and the name of tbe shipper. i by some parties in Kansas, so on the
... , , , strength of this Nolan made out a charge
, , , ,. ot obtaining mhnev under talsc pretenses
o-ilav aiooantitt'f to 111nm i -t:m o
to-day amounting to tbo non d sum of
ninety-five thousand dollars.
and had Dunivan arrested and brought
before Justice Kirk, who Inn! him hound
There was a report going the rounds to- ov,to appear at Sherman. Lawyer
d„y that » Catholic ,ehool would <mn be ; u.lll(Hi „,,t out a wck 0f l.abus corpus
■reeled in tb- .nirili part i.fiown. and i,ad Dunivan released. Tho case
Dr. Cogswell returned from Kansas yes- j coming before the district attorney and
a rday, and represents everything looking Judge llare was dFmissi d immediately.
wM]—plenty of rain mid bountiful crons, i ,,, , ,, . .. . ,
Poor long! He bon; his honors meek-
o about o clock it commenced to j enough when lie was appointed chief
"; -i. let it conn . nobody will clerk of the Gift Concert Association, and
--rupiah). Mod is better t;.an du f any even felt reconciled at the death of Joe,
morning for Oil springs; Charley Mid.in. ’:! !l ‘‘‘J *’'fi'b!ls........•••.....
Fred Mpencer.Tom Paine and John Caiiij - mV'.'ni-h Percales1'' * l"i'‘11
bell. The party will remain about two
weeks, taking along a tent and provision ;
also dogs, guns and fishing tackle. J hey
expect a grand time,and we trie t the gen-
tlemen will not he disappointed. John
Forehand furnishes the team.
I!' -t Linen Lawn................
Percale Trimming.. .. ........
Figured Pique ................
Satin Stripped Pique...........
Satin Broad Striped Pique...,
Dace Broad S;rip"d I’idii-...
Face Sniped Pique............
Ian e Strincd Pique, nanow.
Stevens & Fl:.:ii-old forty-seven hun-
dred head of cattle to Powers & Buckley,
of Leuven wi vth. Tom Allen bought two
thousand head to-day.
Many a railroad ollleial is sitting on the
r igged edge of dismissal, owing to the re-
cut changes that have hern made in the
management f tlm 31.. K. A T,
■ :.n oil* r of ii;, jii-nr.-. a furnished am.1' Express olilce, has made an addition
room with ••mtlu rn exposure. Addn-s. j to his dining room, and is now prepared
. , ng locality and terms. A. V. G., to feetl the hungry ot'Deuison. His charges
i fit Cresset Office j arc extremely low—only 25 cents a meal—
Some parties amus.- l thenin-lves vrsler-: rtl1'1 11,0 tabl« 8UPPlicd with
y b ■ ■ ■ ovet Pa l Uat th® "‘eat vegetable markets af-
iii bosom companion and short-tailed
friend; but to-day he is utterly prostrated,
for she has gone and left him alone to re-
sist the heat at one hundred degrees in the
shade and beer at five cents a glass. Bear
up, Horace; we know how it affects one,
and if you never meet again in this world,
you probably will in Iowa, where she bin-
gone for (lie summer.
Mr. Martin, Main street, opposite Ad-
T’lie following is the number of car loads
of cattle shipped from here during the
months of May and June:
May.......................250 car loads.
June......................855 ear loads.
About eight hundred cur loads will go Martapun Crape.
from here tills month, as near as can be .......
. . , Party .Shades batin btripe.........
ascertained. 100 Silk Ties.............................
Hannibal. Mo., has a new paper called r>00 yards Swis Kmbroidcn......
the City Echo, published by Cottrell, BOO pair Eight Shade Kill Glows
Taller ft Hearn. It lit live little sheet striped Grenadine...................
, . , Satin Striped Graendine.............
and pronu-es to be someth'ng more tlian i j*].l!M <Hpn(W
an “echo.” It ha our best wishes for its : iron Frame Grenadines.............
Hogan's head. Paddy seemed to take it
1 When we say that Mrs. Martin su-
di'' , good parr, rating lie didn't care . Por'ntP1,,,s ",0000|‘,t"^ is a suru «u,u"
as tliev used no recks. ampe thilfc]' verytlung is gotten up in a
'— - cleanly and palatable manner.
The sulphur spring p-contly discovered ; ‘ ——..... ..........
(. hecotah is considered v- : v■ '-■::;;I:■. iglit bei’ore lust a man named Fteg.dl,
s -v.-ra! bottle ■ of the water have been living about three miles southeast of Sher-
! .■ "iglit lie e, and we understand on" -a a’!HI* u:,s sbo^iind i® "lS “ttppo-ed mortally
I an is prejnttmg to have a barrel shipped wounded. Steaail was living at hi. Irlli-
er’s place, and at the time the shooting
. 7,' . took nlaee was standing in the front yard,
nesterday nbalky horse stopped in front . . . . ,. „,,
, 7, . . and bis wife standing on the porch of the
<•. the Na-iotnu bank.and would notoiidge , , , .,
, ... ,. ,, ,. house near tho door, two men. broth-
notwitiistanding the entreaties ot its own- . , ... ,, ,, , T,
... , , ... ers-ui-lnw of Mr. Stegall, named I.)e Graf-
c. Jim Leonard poked it with bis inn-;, ,
, „ ... 7 , ... , fenrnd andBlam, have been arrested,
brella.nnd Geo. w alter; hroui-.ht into play
: plank, it con hi in.’ Find their com- Our follow-townsman, Judge Maurice,
bined attack-, and moved on. ha- purchased a half interest In the Ma-
V. .connected hies attached to the Arlington Hold u
vfth the Singer Sewing Machine Compa- Hot Springs. This Is a new Uneo b.
ny. Helms ju,.t returned f on, a short | r°r fh“ Jud"'' but Ins t.uiny frun<.s
trip to fiavoy. end teport- everything who go from here there wlU undoubtedly
ible nt andthe call on hjtn and try sotoe of bis las
>1 hl» Wcdont see no reason why the
M sou thev have had foe rears. ^ should not make a very popular
j livery -table proprietor. He has our best
Lost or rtoleu. wishes for his future success.
AtG. Pmiiam' .-tore, on the 18th Insr..
a wallet containing BIO in currency and
two city voiie-her*. numb' red as follows:
One for L!5, No. fill!, i-- ■ ;l Nov. •».
to elm.*. H. Miydiiin: one > '“Jil.25, No.
20, Issu'd June !i, ! 75. : > Galt/, ii buy-
dam. All persons are warned '■■■<>' to pur-
chase the same. A fan reward will be
given tor the return of Hie property to
'bre, II. buytl-iM.
Jacob Anderson, who was cleaning out
•Ihe well of Mr. fct< gmiller yesterday, re-
ceived a very severe injury. While at the
botlmn the hnel.yt. broke from its fasten-
ings and fell, striking him on the head and
knocking him sensele-.t. The sealp was
cut about two inches in length. Dr. John-
son dressed the wound, and -ays the man
is not dangerously injured.
A large portion of the cattle shipped
this season have gone to Chicago. They
handle stock much better there than in St.
Louis, and give shippers heller satisfac-
tion. One or two large herds are now on
the way here which will go to that city.
Those splendid Guild. • Church & Co.
Pianos, will arrive here to-morrow. Mr.
Arey has also taken the ageiuy for the
Georgia Piano, which will be on exhibi-
tion ut the Denison music store m about
one week. Don’t fall to examine these in-
We always thought, until a few days
since, that Patrick McGreavy was a staid
widower, hut the unexpected appearance
of a i:-!y on the scene has dissipated any
such belief. Who would have thought it?
We take especial pleasure in directing
Uii> attention’of the public to the large and
well selected stock ot natural leaf tobac-
co at the well known house o! L. Le-
breeht. “Natural Leaf,” “Cable Coil,’'
and other popular brands will be found at
The Presbyterian Sunday school festi-
val lias been postponed from to-night un-
til next month. All interested in the wel-
fare of the Sunday school will make a note
We i ail the attention of our readers to
the card of W. A. Airy, dealer in under-
takers’materials, at No. 122 Main street.
He has also a very fine assortment of ail
kinds of household furniture.
One ot the most active and efficient
clerks connected with the postottice is
Miss Minnie Grubbs, ft is a pleasure to
see this little lady performing the duties
of older and more experienced hands.
I’arasols. pearl hairllr-...
Parasols, fancy handles..
Foi mer prim
price 5 cents and up*
at New York
12 vards for .si,()0
dozen ladies' Ballirigaii Ho e, former price !' ■ • i ts a pair, now S'fi.UO per do/i a
OlotMz. % for Mon.j'Ycut 7.;;,zy ,3 c. Chilv-,:-. u:
M.AHK12U OOW V
FROM 25 TO 40 PER CENT, OH FORMER SELLING l \ Ul
\\ k have on hand yet a mm.ilxd.;
ASSO.UTMEXT OU U ENTS' AND HO VS’ FIXE S’i UA Ii
IVUlch Will be Hold for Less than Cost to (dose them oof,
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Burson, J. W. & Day, James H. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 21, 1875, newspaper, July 21, 1875; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524219/m1/4/: accessed September 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.