Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 241, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 1, 1878 Page: 1 of 8
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Denison, Texas. Sunday Morning. December i, 1878.
On account of the backwardness of the
aeason and dull time*
I AM COMPELLED
to offer for the next 30 day* ONLY, the
following extraordinary inducement*:
I will sell all Staple
Goods for net cost
and all Other Goods
on 5 per Cent Margin.
This is undoubtedly the smallest profit
that ever a Dry Goods man could sell
goods for, and 1 would like to draw tire
attention of all our l.ady and Gentle-
men friends and the pubfic in general,
that they will have this chance only for
The Next 30 Oafs.
Make use of the opportunity.
Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth
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New styles of worsted dress goods that
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All shades of flannels which are worth
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and 40 cents per yard.
Black Alpacca which is worth from 30,
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Bladk and brown Cashmeres which are
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Deputy Sheriffs Arrest Three
Supposed to Do Members of an
Organized Hand of Thieves-
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, HASS.
Vegetme in Sold by a!l Druggists.
D. KICH2L80N, AliENT
THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM
PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF
NATIVE SBARKLING WINE.
J. B. McDOUGALL
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The Houston Telegram says that
some days since information was re-
ceived in official circles at Houston
of the proposed visit to that section
of a squad of desperadoes. Full de-
scriptions of the parties were given,
and also a request to artest and re-
turn them to some point in Western
A day or two since a trio of suspi-
cious characters put in an appear-
ance in Houston and were immedi-
ately spotted by the county officials,
and have ever since been under strict
Thursday afternoon two. of the
party were seen entering Baldwin’s
Stables, and it having been are a tain-
t'd that thev were carrying concealed
weapons, Deputies Fant, Morris,
Woods, Walker and officer Younst
proceeded to arrest them on the
One ot the parties, who gave his
name as Walker surrendered without
offering any resistance, another how-
ever, named Wiliis, made several
attempts to draw his pistol, but ft al-
ly submitted to arrest after a tough
tuss'e with the officers.
When near the Barnes house, on
their way to jail, Walker broke loose
artel was shot by an officer in the
scuffle which ensued. Two shots
Were tired. With one of the shots
the man was bit in the rear of the
left 6ide, breaking the first false rib,
passed through the lower margin of
the l.ft lung and lodged just'under
the skin about four inches below the
The third man belonging to the
party was named “Johnson.” lie is
also a young man, but large stud
compactly built. He was arrested
Thursday morning in MeNality’s
blacksmith shop by Deputies Fant
and W allet r.
Upon searching them ‘'Johnson’
was found to have $100, Willis $30
and Walker nothing, lie claiming to
have given all to the other two.
Their'‘armament” was seized at the
stable, besides what was taken from
them, and it all counted out: one
Winchester sixteen-shooting maga-
zine rifle, six 45-calibre latest im-
pioved Colt’s tev tv r and cartridges
enough to whip out Mexico.
Johnson, tiie first man arrested, is
Supposed to be Jackson, one of the
f tlie Sam Bass gang.
They were also connected with the
band of robbers that was bold enough
to contemplate robbing the tieasury
of this state at Austin ; in fact they
have directly or indirectly been con-
nected with nearly all the robberies
that have for some time past been
perpetrated in this state.
The fine horses that are now at
Baldwin’s livery stable are generally
known to be horses which these fel-
lows stole from persons in and
around Austin, and will be identified
as such in a shoit time.
Latest News From All Farts.
London, Nov. 29.—The council
of state is about to discuss a project
for taxing cotton imports from Ame-
Hi* Head In Danger.
Madrid, Nov. 29.—The supreme
tribunal has condemned Mooncasi to
death. An appeal will be carried to
the court of cessation.
Lome Hint Lmilte.
Montreal, Nov. 29.—The vice
regal party arrived this afternoon
and met with an enthusiastic recep-
tion. There was a grand militaty
and civic display.
Appeal for Aid.
Glasgow, Nov. 29 —An appeal
addressed to the Scouman and sign-
ed by the provosts of Edinburgh and
Glasgow, and the executive commit-
tee of the City of Glasgow bank re-
reiiet fund in aid of the shareholders
ruined by the City of Gltsgow bank
failure, has been i-sued.
Russia Will Act.
j London, Nov 29.— 1 lie Pall Mall
| Gazette, in a leading editorial refer-
j ring to the statement concerning
! Russian intervention in Afghan nl-
| fairs, says: “Russia cannot suff r
| us to prosecute fur successes in Af-
ghanistan to whatever issue vve may
think lit. That action will be taken
sooner or later is certain ”
Flelitir.g in rho Pan Handle.
St. Louis, Nov. 2S.—A Globe-
Democrat dispatch from Leaven-
worth states the United States arrnv,
j repotts a fight between some mem*
bets c*t his escort and some gamblers,
at Springer’s rancho on the Canyon
river, in the Pan Ha die of Texas,
s itne da\s ago, in which Springer,
the keeper of the rancho, and a
voting man named Ledbetter were
killed. Two sob iers were killed.
The ,dispatches tell that the friends
of the Texas and Pacific railroad,
now in Washington, are preparing
their measure’ with much earnestness,
and are sanguit.'e of success. The
plan of their b/L’s is the same as at
the last session—a single trunk line,
and the eastern term’inus on the Mis-
sissippi to be fixed .’t a point not
north of Memphis by a board, three
of whom are to be the United States
engineer officers highest it: rank.
The Physiologyof the Liver.
The liver i- the largest secreting organ
in the human body, and the bile whien it
secretes is mote liable to vitiation and
misdirection from its prop:r channels
than a iy otherof the animal fluid*. Luck-
ily for the bi ious. however, there is an
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ters, a medicine which tor over a qiartcr
of a century has been achieving thorough
cures of the above mentioned ailments,
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and disorders involving loss of nervous
vigor. I is, moreover, a prevent ve of
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thousands of persons residing in districts
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tifying a debilitated system, it is thorough-
ly to be depended upon.
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‘•Wiliis,” the one who resisted
Morris so strenuously, is thought to
be “Taylor,” alias “Baker,” of the
Tuylor-Sutton crowd, from DeWitt
; county. '‘Waller” is said to have
been, raised at W< hsti rville, in this
He is the one who was
HUNG HER SELF.
A Popular Young L::dy Commits
THE OLD RELIABLE
These men with tluee others are
supposed to have been the ones who
a short time ago robbed Miller’s
bank in Round Rock, Texas, and
Palno, Nov. 26.—Much astonish-
ment was caused among our com-
munity to-iluy, at the announcement
fhat Miss lua Basham had
a mysterious death, the probable
cause being suicide. Her body was
f-'Utid hanpii'g lifeless at the home
of Mrs. II J. Cox, near this place,
this mottling. A coroner’s jury was
suri mon'td from this vicinity, and
have just returned from t e testdence
of Mis. Cox, where they irquhed
into the cause of the death. They
find that Miss Basham took her own
Messrs Scribner & Co., in 1873, began
the publication of St Nicholas, an illus-
trated magazine for girls and boys, with
Mr-. Mart Mapes Dodge as editor. Five
wars have passed sine.; the t rst number
w.is i-.-ued, and the magazine hai won
the highest position. It has a monthly
OVER 50,000 COPIES.
It is published simultaneously in Lon-
do- and New Yoik, and the trans-Atlan-
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litarty a. ti e Aineric .n. Although the
proyiess of the magazine has been a
steady advance, it has not reached its ed-
itor's ideas of best, beca-e her ideal con-
tinually outruns it, and the magazine as
swiftly fallows after. To day St. Nicho-
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St. Nicholas, has readied a higher plat-
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Londo Literary World says : “There is
no magazine for the young that can be
said to tq ial this choice production of
Scribner’s press ”
Good Things For IS7S-9.
The arrangements for literary and art
contributions tor the new volume—the
six'll—are complete, drawing from ai-
rs ad v favorite sources, as well as from
promising new ones. Mr. Frank R.
Stockton’s new serial for bovs,
“A JOLLY FELLOWSHIP,”
Will run through the twelve monthly
parts,—beginning with the number for
rnet with ! November, 1S7S. the firstof the volume.—
a d ^viil be illustrated by Jam. s E Kelly.
The story is one of travel and adventure
in Florida and
>auK 111 ivniuti Rock, lexas, and 1 life |,y hanging. She was a most es-
a,so Robinson s hardware store in the | timahle you ,g lady, and her strange
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MILLER BROS., Agfa, for Texas.
170 Market street,
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 128 Main street,
Try Yeidel’i imported rum. 8tf
Office at tire Live
door to Sherburne’s
Drug Store, rext
shoe btore, Main
(Successor to John Nevins Si Co.,)
* nF.AT.KR in
Window Gia-s, Wall Paper. Carpet Pa-
per. Baby Carriages. Bird Cages,
Carpets, Matting, Mould ngs,
Picture Fi-rm.-s, Lamp and
Lamp Fixtures, Wii dow
CuitAin-,. Flower 1’ots,
J_J S. D, BERRY, M. O..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Nelson Home Block,
A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full stock of
Melalic aad Rosewood Cofiius.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
nd Yus n avenue. iV*-
Residrxcr—On Gandy *trect, four I
doors west of Burnet avenue. 9-6tf
same citj at a str 1 later date.
Rockdale also expected a visit
from the same parties, and Enoch
Bieeding, editor of the Messenger,
raised a company of eighty men,
who have been keeping a stiict watch
over the town ever since. But the
most horrible of all the deeds which
they are supposed to have been the
perpetrators, was the robbing ol a
gentleman near Brian, in Btazos j
county, a short time ago, and then ;
taking him to his brother’s house to j
be the victim of a fratricide. Tak-
ing, him to bis brother’s house, trie y
made him call, and when his brother
criquited to know who was there, .10
answer was allowed to be given,
when the brother opened fire, killing
the poor fellow. The gang then
fired at the house and rode off.
They are, beyond a doubt, three
of the five men who made a raid
and successfully robbed a sporting
establishment at Austin some time
r.go. Among articles that they then
carried away, was an ivoty handled
pistol with the name, “Bin Thomp-
son,” cut in the handle. This weap-
on was out of the pistols that was
taken yesterday Iron the despera-
does, and ot course is almost conclu-
Testimony wi'l shortly develope
itself showing that these are ot a five
that were implicated in the train
robberies on the Texas & Pacific last
and tiagic death was wholly unex
peeled, and casts a gloom over the
neighborhood in which she resided.
The Next Congress,
The Washington Star divides the
new H- use of Representatives on
sectional lints as follows:
G eenbnck. •..
A few days ago a fisherman ncm
Sioux C'ty, Iowa, saw a box floating ;
on the surface of the water. He se-
cured it and it proved to be water-
tight and contained an infant of sev-
eral weeks old, provided with bottle
of milk -and sufficient clothing to
keep it warm. There is no clue as
to how far the little wait had sailed
or to whom it belonged.
the Bahamas. For the
girls, a continued tale
“HALF A COZEN KOUSE-KEEPEnS.”
By Ka-li trine !>. Smiln, uith illustration*
bv Frederick Dielman, begins in the * one
numner; and a’fresh serial by Susan
Cooltiige, entitled “Eycbiitht.” v.-ith
plenty of pictures, -wilt be commenced
early in the volume. There wid also be
a continued fairy tale failed
“RUMPTYDUDGET’S TOW ER
Written bv Julian 1 lawtuorne, and illus-
trated by AI rid Frederick* About the
other familiar features of St Nicholas,
ihe editor preserve* a tjood-humored si-
lence, content, perhaps, to let her five
volumes alreadv issued prophesy c.on-
ernttig the sixth, in respect’to Abort sto-
ries, pictures, poems, humor, instructive
sketches, and the lure and lore of “Jack-
* in the-Pu pit.” the “Very Li'tie Folks”
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There :s a poem in the November
Atlantic that starts off by say ing,
*'llnre came three queens It' in
hiaven.” Never do you beheve it;
we’ll bet you a thousand dollars one
ol them w»s dealt to him, and lie
pulled the other two out ol his boot.
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Successors to Hanna & Wapiei,
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