Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 263, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 22, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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SATURDAY, : : MAY1S, 1873
Arrivals and Departures off}
Moil and Express arrives,—..... 1 t<J6 p. m.
»• “ “ leaves..........2 SI* p. ni.
Mixed train irri\6s.......a, in
•• leaves.........,. 6:9) p. m.
Freight arrives,.................— 8:20 p. in.
“ leaves........................5:00 a. in.
M ill and Express does not rnn Sundays.
MISSOURI. KANSAS & TEXAS,
Mall and Express arrives.......- 2:00 p. m.
“ “ “ leaves..........1:15 p m.
I.ive Stock Express arrives,......2:30 p. m.
“ “ “ leaves,....... 5:15 p. m.
Way Freight arrives................5:00 a. in.
“ “ leayes............... 5:00 a. in.
Post Office Directory.
Northern mail arrives..............2:00 p. in.
** M closes...............12:30 p. m.
Southern mail arrives..........:... 1:00 p. m.
“ *• closes.......—.....1:15 p. in.
Office open from 8 a. in. to 7 p. in. Sun-
days, from 2 to 3 p. in.
A Jok* and its Almost 7&U1 Result.
BOUND TO GO.
Talk is Vary Cksap.
GRAND CLOSING-OUT SALE
BUT FACTS arc TI BBOKM.
It will be remembered by all. the May-
dav pie nic, to the Blue onr citizeus at-
tended eu mass. Among the ‘ masses”
were a few that liked the “kreathur,” and
accordingly took a good supply along for
private use. This of course was in viola-
tion of the intercourse law. Soon after
the pie nic a number of U. S. Marshals Owing to the grand rush at our house
. ,____ ~ „„i ,,t and in order to accommodate our friends
were here from Fort Smith, and one o ^ cust00ler8, we have engaged the ser-
these festive young men was informed V|,.es uf competent business men to
that they were after him. assist us during our closing-out sales.
This was the last seen of the young man : Remember your time is short. We
uutil a few days since he was taken out ot . Qther gudl opportuiirty to good* at |
a cellar in an almost starved condition., sl,cj, ti^nres. A sweet little girl can buy i
He had taken refuge in a deep cellar, uu- as cheap as the handsomest lady,
der a two-story brick building. lie had the Respectfully, yours,
door and windows banked up with earth nwvwm ■ixxw'i?*1
until every ray of light wa* excluded. A SIGN 01 IIU.OH HiAOh. j
I small hole, just large enough to admit a The News has published the section* of j
I medium sized bologna, was inserted | tiie charter which are to be amended w ith
|throughoue. orn.r o'tli, wall. A (And,
I on the outside watched with care the con- ceruing them, by which any man ot or-
im:. q-oIjIdsoxjL & co.
ENTIRE STOCK I SALE * COST PRICES.
j dition of that hole. That trieml testilie* dinary intelligence could tell w het change*
that it was decidedly the most extravagant
hole of its size he ever had anything to do
We mean Business, and must sell our entire stock, as ice
icish to engage in another business.
To the Voters ok Denisok :
At the solicitation of many friends, I re-
• peetfully annouuec myself a eandldute for
the office of City 51 r-lial. If elected, it
shall be my aim to discharge the duties in-
cumbent on the office, without fear, favor
or affection, ltcspectfullv.
'll. J. White.
We are authorised to announce the name
oi Thomas H. Xea\ as a candidate for City
Marshal, at the approaching city election.
Heavy rains are reported north of us.
dents scarf rings at >1. Ooldsoll & Co.*.
dent* scarf rings at M. Goldsoll & Co's.
V. Stege miller returned from the North
A wagon load of new hay on she streets
Dr. Fields received a handsome picture
i »-da.y. Ask to see it.
A inagniliecnt stock of jewelry just re-
ived at 51. Goldsoll A Co's.
d.aits studs in great variety at M. Gold-
ell A Co's.
I.tdles jewelry in great variety at M.
< Hilijsoll A Go's.
| with. It was like pouring corn down a
. rat hole.
were proposed ?—News, 22d.
True, the News lias done all this, not |
that it was overly an.iions that the people
should know anything about the aim nd-
The unfortunate young man enjoys the ; incuts, but it published these sections ot
light of freedom again, but has not reeov- the charter as amended, because it is to
ered iiis apetite for pic nics, and positively
! refuses everything stronger than Jamaica
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Gobbled—boots ami breeches. The
amendments are carried by a majority,
only equalled by that given to the third
mayor of the city of Denison. Since, the
1 people, by a majority, want them we ac-
quiesce, and promise our every effort to
be paid for it—and who would not? This
interest in the Welfare of the “dear peo-
ple” manifest d by the News i* remarka-
ble—for its mercenary motives. The ring
that worked these amendments through
at a special meeting of the Council, w hen
two of the members opposed to it were ,
absent, took good care to enlist an official
organ that would talk for pap. That the i
News regards the charter amendments**
bettering the matter we deny, on good
THIS IS THE ONLY CHANCE FOH BARGAINS IN THE CITY.
Ladies and (iontleineii, Conn' early and Examine our Stock.
make the crippled uml unwieldy mass as, authority. It is out of the frying pan into
effective mid useful as possible. We op- j the tire. The old charter is, to a large
I posed them in good faith and on princi- j per cent of on. citizens, altogether the
pie, because wa thought, they should have i most obnoxious document in our city i
been more complete, comprehensive and I archives; and this percent, of our citizens
1 effective. Since the people desire them as j would support, any and everything op. j
1 they are, we an: dom , and shall turn our j po-a>d to or bearing upon the old cii .i ler,
attention to agriculture or M ine other le>- (.al|SI,,>r their very dislike to it. ami h<-
precarious vocation. cause if uo better, it cannot lie worse. The
We have suspended our old coat (the V(.;y nit,|, w|10 framed and forced them
The handsomest sleeve buttons in all
•tyles at M, Goldsoll it Co's.
I.t beruiann i* having his Sample Room
ivpaiiitcilainl otherwise improved.
0, no! ofcotti.se the ,sews cares “very
Tie about the public pulse,” and that
tv little” Is a matter of bread and
f.living & Hedges, the live catt'e dealers
in tliis place, are doing an immense bu*i-
! '- . this year, over the T. W.&W.R. K.
See their card in another place.
51. Y. liroeki i of 8!i“ixnan. will preach
ill the Presbyterian Church to-morrow,
Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. m. and in the eve-
ning, All are invited.
Dr. O. E. Snyder returned from Caddo,
I. T.. a;: I vicinity yesterday. The 1 oe-
' or met with flattering succe ■■.*, and re-
'urns with his pockets full of hard stuff,
smite of it "valler,” at that, lie will go
"’lie T. W’.& W, railroad company seem
to he doing all the cattle business. Char-
lie F. Gross is the wide awake representa-
tive. It the road only has the good sense
0 send out a few more such men, they
can stop ail this ‘'northern trail business".
Preaching to-morrow at Good Templars
1!:.11 at 11 o'clock a. m. ami 8 o'clock p.
i. . Also in the Park at •! o'clock p. m.
1 :.e iilllid is I. -peetfully invited to give
nine suitable music at flic afternoon
■ "'ices. it. In vinos, or.
I hose splendid Pianos have arrived—
T " only - 125: warranted to give perfect
-faction. An y gives time payments,
with little cash down. Don’t fail to call
nthe Denison Music Store turn examine
them. They are the best pianos offered
Tor sale, and no mistake.
Vi e were plcn>cd to receive a call to-day
from Mr. J. < >. A. Campbell, editor o' (lie
Republican, Bcllcfontaiiie, Ohio. Mi.
('anipliell visits our State on a plcaiiire
and observation tour. He will probibly
visit the principal cities in the soutlern
and central portion of I lie State before he
returns. Wc commend him to the pleas.
The following are the directors of the
51.. K. & T. railroad:
Robert E. Carr, Adolphus Weir, 'Ilios.
!. Bartholow,St. Louis; B.P.McDotalrl,
- . H. Pratt, if. C. Cross. Kansas; Sras-
tns Corning. Jr., Thomas J. Agnev. W.
II. (iuioii. Elisha Riggs, George Bli«, W.
L. McCready, II. C. Dickinson, New fork.
Vr Ilor.ey spring Tank. Choctaw Divi-
-io;. M.. iv. A T.R.iH, oumc Avcnt jwen
arc at work qua frying rock for tic pur-
■lose of building new stone culvers anil
iy-i apping such portions ol’tlie rori that
iv. -ubject to wash-outs. The cotditlon
the track is splendid, and reflect.great
■dir on Road Master Yost.
I only one we have) on a conspicuous cur-
lier, mid lake especial pleasure in direct-
ing Murray's attention to it, so that he
may not let a single shot miss.
Our political editor bus retired to comb
the cannon balls and bayonet - from his
hair, tuul dry the tides ot gore from Ins
reeking limbs, lie may recover.
We hope onr people may never have
j calls* to regret the work of this d y.
Vu-iin avenue and
through a special meeting ot the City
Council, mid secured (lie Mayor's auto-
graph to it. are lieaiffiiy ashaim d of their j
work, and have confessed, at a late day,
that tin y are worse than Useli -.
The Globe-Democrat conn s ton* to-day
ladene 1 with tbe perfume ot orange Ido -
sotus. It. hasbeeu saiillhat marriage either
makes or mars man'.- future. Little Me.
lias inarn d. and we conic-* to a. ilisiip-
pointmeut in tiie match. The girl is re-
On the corner of
! Woodward street, old Journal building, spcetable enough, but loo mucli respot;*i-
' there is a “nigger dive, which ought 1° | bility is hiird'Tisoiueiit lliut"-. 1‘iieGlobi',
j be cleaned out and the inmates drove out
| of town. It is the resort of prostitutes
under the guidance id' Little.Mo., Iwdg.iin-
j i-d tin: large.-t subscription list ol any pa-!
and thieves of the worst description. \ cs- per In St. Louis. It* popularity • .■ uu- f
heard of in the ln*tory ol 'journalism. As
usual, there was a moilier-in-lav, i.i tlie|
ease, who walized her coquettish. linatieia-
daugliter around Little Me., till, like brav..
er men. he was obliged to Mim-nder. and j
j now bis identity gone, he even wears tl e ■
terday afternoon we saw several laying
outs'nle the building drunk and swearing
at each other in language ie never heard
( quailed in the "classic precinct” of tin.
New York Five Points. At night they
-warm like dock rats going on predatory
1. xeursioiis, no doubt in search of plunder. I s of tt|0 „j(j |'at]v, all,i will be known
There is a good deal of rubbish in the City j |u fu!uw.. asult( im.-bamlol'Mis. Dem-
Park, which ought to be raked up and oerat?s tjaa^iitci'.
taken awav. Put them at it again, j — —
We owe an apology to Mrs. Collins, on .
Fifty Dollars Reward | behalf of the Indies of the 51. E. Church, j
Will be paid by the nmli reigned for such , for omitting in yesterday’.- i-sue to return
Information a* will lead to the detection J thanks for a delicious treat of cuke mid,
i of the person or persons who broke the j(.(.-cream. The Cues i; r corps was per-,
i wire ot the United States Military Tele-! fectly delighted with Llie treat, rarely (ex- j
, graph, near Bean's Creek, on the 2’ttli in-i oept on like occasions) fa -ting anything
stunt; or of any person or persons who , 0f the kind.
Mrs. Collins Informs us that the receipts
amounted to .something over $00.
William Freeland, freighter for Mr. Si
Baird, got his hand bruised about three
weeks since, which resulted in ivcrosis,
or death of bone. Dr. Johnston, assisted
by Er. Cogswell, amputated the second
finger of tiie right hand at the third joint
shall at any time maliciously injure or
destroy any portion of such telegraph line.
A. W. Ghekly,
Lt. 5th Cavalry, Sup't.
Denison, .May 21.1875.
By reference to our telegraphic columns
it will be seen that Pete Me.Cartny, the
notorious counterfeiter, escaped from
Deputy U. S. Marshal Purnell, by jump-
ing through the ear window oil the Great!
Northern Railroad, between Tyler and Balloon Voyage.
Austin, while the express tram was m j Donaldson, the celebrated aeronaut, will
full motion. When the train was stopped make another attempt to cross the Atlan-
and backed the fetters worn by MeCartny ] tie in a maimnotb balloon, and has made
were found sawed off at the ankle. This : arrangements to take all his line wines,
is the fifth time this noted i omiterfeiter; Los Anglo?, Clarets, Catawba,
j has escaped. "Give the old man a i etc., from
Andy Blair showed u-- to-day the piu-
Murdet* in Dallas. | ture of his little hoy baby, one year old.
Ear n i\ & Biumnins.
W. G. Eadus was shot and killed by
hi- brother-iu-law, J. D. Padgett, at Dal-
las, on the night of the Kith. The mur-
derer ami his victim were partners in the
saddlery business. Mr. Eadus was shot
from behind and was evidently murdered.
Padgett, after the shooting, went inn.....
diately to a livery stable, procured a fleet
hors" and ha - net been heard from since.
Business difficulties between the parties
is supposed to h. ve been the cause of this
Immigration to Texas.
It is a beautiful, line looking child, and
we trust when it utov.'s up i«:u manhood 1
it will fulfill all the expectations of its !
doting father, and prove a blessing and
support to him in his declining years.
Cameo, amethyst, coral topaz, aqua ma-
rine atid siqikire sends in great variety at
51. Goldsoil & Co's.
Those splendid Guild. Church & Co.
Pianos, will arrive here to-morrow. Mr.
Arey has also taken the agency for the
Georgia Piano, which will be on exhibi-
oneweek. Don’t fail to examine theseiu-
' gtruinents. d2Gltf
No state in the union is settling up so i Jim Denison music store in about
rapidly as 'i’e:.**, and all euiigrunts lay in
a supply of Eppstein & Bro's celebrated
| Cook Conn iy Whisky as they puss through , o. B. Langever will build au'd repair !
| Deni,-on. hoii-es. and do ail kinks of carpenter work.
— i ot: short notiee anil m good order, and |
James H.Day, E-q., returned to-dnj’ will take In exchange for work, town lots,
! from Ids raid on the Pukes and grn-dioii- ,:l' saleabJe property.
1 liardw.::.' store. 240dln' '
Littlo Jim. ot Arkansas.
[A lady after Tiling the pathetic story of 1
“Little Gillen.” of Tennessee, wrote tiie |
following, giving her own w ar reminisoeu- j
"Only little Jim." he said.
Tottering by with weary tread ;
"Little Jim," of Company li.
••Wall.i'i'■ Arhatt* - Inianiry "
Inlanli'v 1 it were well said—
Fifteen iinmier- bad sun ed his bead.
Bare of In i, ami elotlies all worn ;
"llad been mni'ehim' sinee eariy morn.
Ordered to Belmont’s right away—
Bouts are filling fast tin v say,
And if I'm lett ashore
i'wilt i>:' ■ it. my heart!’’ Nothing more.
'Little Jim, just slay one minute,”
Hand through paling thrust; within it
: lice of bread ami ruby jam
Dropped into bis lingering palm.
"( au’t you stop':" my darling pleaded;
One wistful glatu'i was all lie licet led.
Weary days of dread suspense;
Then new - eaim.' trout our lim >' d 1'i'iise.
"Hard fought light ami many slain.
To Mi nipliis w id b" sent again
The wound' tl.” How wc longed to go
Ami meet them. Boats w ere few and slow
And surgeons scarce, and remedies
Were scarcer still. We watched for his.
(poor Jimmie's) fate*. We wander'd round
Thro’ crowded ward and tented ground
Until we found him pale and spent;
On gory co' in darkened tent,
Wliiloju. t cue little gleam ot life
Had barely 'scaped Hie surgeon’s knife.
"Mother’s coining.’' His glazed eyes
Were slow ly op'd in mule surprise.
‘•Mother's in re!” lie iniisi have heard
Her stilled cries. 11 i* poor hand stirred,
Ills soul just trembling on hi lip*.
11 is eye- just blank in death’s eclipse ;
He feebly turned the sheet away
ltd show her, what! lie could notsay—
What need to toll—Ills mi -sing limb—
lie smiled, ’twas all. Brave little Jim.
A well established restaurant with fur-
nished bedrooms for sale cheap lor cash,
and the building now occupied w ill be
rented cheap. For further information
apply to tin# office. 252—If.
A. I!. Collins Esq., has purchased a line
Gold Dn.M gelding from the returned En-
glish hunters. He says lie lias an elonga-
ted pedigree, and ask • all who doubt it to
examine the same.
Elegant family or sleeping room*, furn-
ished or unfuiTtidied, with or without
Enquire at the Dinsmore House, Main :
A Speck of War
Appears in the east, but this does not. in-
ti rfi'i'e with the large importation of for
rign and domestic tobaccos and cigars at
Epp.-ti in A Bros.. Dcni-i n.
The old reliable, W. W. Salisbury, of
the Artie lee Company, is loing all in his
power to keep the citizens of Denison
cool. Leave your ordeis at hi* office.
Artie Ice House near railroad,
Is known throughout, the, land, and the
most enterprising and reliable institution
in Dcniso.i. i« the famous ‘ Kentucky
Whisky Depot"—Eppstein Bri",, pro-
prietors. Everything demanded by the
market i* supplied from tbi* Depot.
IIo For tho Black Hills!
McCarthy &■ Sullivan is bound to go to
the new Eldorado, ami will sell tliclr en-
tire dock at- en«t wholesale or retail.
Now is the time to secure bargains in
Hardware or a tirst-elas* cook stove,
E. Combs A lire, cattle dealers, have
moved llu ir office to tbe Merchant*’and
Planters’ Bank. 258d20t
£» - criimo fer 531.00.
50.000 FOS, Oil
“ XBW IM YOI'R TMlIiE.
Dame Fortune help- those who lielj* 1 II.
Grand Gilt, Conceit,
In aid ol'Publi" Impioveimmls in the City
ol Denison, Texas.
The Texas Gilt Concerl Association
Will give :i Grand ( oncert,
MONDAY, MAY GIST, 1S7.5
And will Distribute to the Ticket llohh r
$250,000 TwT GIFTS-
The ('oncer, and Distribution of Gift
GUAR\NTEEDto POSITIVELY TAKE
PLACE ON THE ABOVE DATE or the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED!!
Distribution to Commence immediately
after the I 'oncert.
Managers oftlie Distribution elinset1 by
the Ticket Holders ami Prominent Ciii-
I AVI’ OF GIFTS;
1 Gr.nul «:ish Ujn.
‘ 1 , < H * l
4 ft,*’D' *
4»>,*oi (ir.iml ( '; ••!' <iifts, nmountintr !<> $200,ou »
2J l'ri/.Drf in Luiil K.-ttitL*Hia«ui»itii.^ to .>0,000
Niuouiiting to - -
Please addre- us for clreiihirs giving
referenei's and full ]):irticuhii's.
A statement of tiie Distribution will be
published and forw arded to ticket holders,
and all (Efts will be promptly paid after
(M :tml RrMi:oiiidblePi‘rs«ii
Wanted to work for the interests of (hi
Association. LIBERAL COMMISSION.-'-
HOW TO REMIT TO VS.
Money should be sent by Postolliei
Money Order, Registered Letter, Draft '
);,* S'" Orders sent direct tons prompt:;
Localities where we have no local agent,
can organize Clubs and make a pro i.u i
division of Gift* drawn, send tor Sped: I
Rates to Ciubs. Make a!! remittances ot‘
money and dim *. ..II eommuni'T.iion •• to
A. R. COLLINS, Sco’y,
N. B. — Orders for Tiekels amounling to
$5, or over, sent C. 0. I). per Express.
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