Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 66, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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Ifet gailg S^wn.
Por Oity Treasurer.
We ere authorized to announce O. E .
O’Malry at a candidate for re-election
For City Marshal.
___EBOM WACO. -
The Mai Fest—A Grand Success
in Every Particular.
The Gl'and Procession Two Miles
long. ■> '
Death of Commodore Morgan.
Struck by Lightning.
We are authorized to announce Mr,
Wm, Hardwick, at a candidate for re-
election to the office of City Marthal at
the coming election.
We are authorized to announce S. D.
Steedman as a candidate for Judge of
Grayton county at the November elec-
We are authorized to announce G. C.
Dugan as a candida'e for representative
in the next Legislature at the ensuing
November election. *
For County Assessor.
We are authorized to announce A. R.
Andrews as a candidate for the office of
Assessor of Taxes for Grayson county, at
the ensuing election. c.
Sheriff of Grayson County.
We are authorized to announce the
name of W. C. Evekheart as a candi-
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff
of Grayson county, at the ensuing elec-
tion, subject to the decision of the Dem-
ocratic County Convention. *
We are authorised to announce E . G.
Douglass, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Grayson county, at the ensuing election,
subject to action of the Democratic Coun-
ty Convention, if one is held. *
For County Clerk.
We are authorized to announce George
A. Dickkrman as a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the office of Clerk ot Grayson
county, at the ensuing election, c
For District Clerk.
We are authorized to announce W. H .
Lankford as a candidate for re election
to the office of Clerk of the District Court
of the 27th Judicial Disirict, at the ensu-
ing election. c.
For Couuty Treasurer.
We are authorized to announce J. P.
Loving as a candidate for the office of
Treasurer of Grayson county, at the en-
suing election. c.
Seven thousand brick were deliv-
ered on the ground Wednesday for
the new gas works—Pete Linn’s
best. The foundation will be com-
menced this week.
There is nothing more trying to a
grocery merchant’s temper, than to
have a man buy fifty cents worth of
coffee and order it delivered at his
residence, half a mile from the store.
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Coronation of the Queen' an Im-
posing Ceremony. :
Special to the Derrison News .
Waco, Texas, May 8—10150 p.
m.—The Waco Mai Fest is certain-
ly an immense success. The town
is literally filled with firemen, citi-
zens, soldiers and visitors from all
parts of the State.
The procession Tuesday morning
was the grandest I have ever wit-
nessed in Texas. It was nearly two
miles long, and about twelve hun-
dred men marched in the ranks.
Forty-three fire companies were
represented, by nearly one thousand
Some of the cars In the procession
were very well gotten up, and re-
flected gieat credit upon Waco.
The procession marched from the
commons to the fair grounds about
ten o’clock a. m. On its arrival the
coronation of the May Queen took
place. No town in Texas, Denison
excepted, can boast of so many
pretty ladies as Waco, and the
selection must have been very diffi-
cult, but it is an excellent one. The
queen is very fair to look upon and
altogether lovely. The address de-
livered by the queen at her corona-
tion was excellent. The afternoon
was’spent in diverse ways, and every
body present enjoyed themselves
To-morrow the trial between the
different fire companies takes place ;
also between the military companies.
Governor Hubbard will also deliver
an address. R.
A dispatch was received in this
city Wednesday evening, announc-
ing the death of Commodore Charles
Morgan, which atecutreti in rSjfew
York Tuesday morntfig.
Commodore Morgan was presi-
dent and chief stockholder of the H.
&T. C. Railroad, and his loss Will
be severely felt by that corporation.
It is but little more than a yeaF since
he took the management of that
road, and during the time he has
worked a revolution in the current
of Texas trade. Owning two steam-
ship lines, and controlling half a
dozen railroads, he inaugurated a
system of ‘'through rates” of freights
which defied competition.
Although residing in New York,
Commodore Morgan’s interests were
mainly in the Southern States, and
he lias been aptly called the Vander-
bilt of the South. He was a man
possessed of iron- will, of violent
prejudices and strong likes and dis-
likes, and wherever he went made
himself felt. Driven from Galves-
ton by what lie considered an unjust
taxation, he turned his attention to
Houston, and for some years lias
been the life of that city. His motto
in connection with both railroads
and steamships was “Get the busi-
ness.” If high rates could not be
had he took low ones,
did not draw the trade he carried it
for nothing. He was an excellent
judge of human nature, and seldom
made a mistake in the appointment
of his subordinates. For several
years his business has been chiefly
conducted by Col. Charles A. Whit-
ney, his son-in-law, who will un-
doubtedly succeed him in the con-
trol of his vast wealth.
They are Nice and Nobby.
McDougall’s brick building was
struck by lightning about 1 o’c’ock
Wednesday morning. One current
ran down the post that supports the
weather; yane on the rqof, shattering
the post into innumerable splinters,
and was then dissipated on the tin
roof. The vane was not damaged.
The other current struck the ane-
mometer on the roof near the front
of the building, tore off the arma-
tures, passed down the wire into
the office in the second story of the
building, jumped to another wire ly-
ing near and thence to a copying
press. The press was -screwed to
a stand in which were a couple of
drawers. The latter were thrown
across the room, and the stand con-
siderably damaged. No trace of the
electric fluid could be found on the
floor or ceiling, and it is not known
where it went to after reaching the
The register stopped at a quarter
post one, which is no doubt the time
the bolt fell.
A party standing on Main street,
nearly opposite the building at the
time, says there was a vivid flash on
the telegraph wires that tun along
that side of the street.
About the same hour an old hol-
j low tree just outside of the park
and if these fence, in Rusk avenue, was struck
by lightning and shivered into many
A Great Problem Solved at Last.
Those new styles of dress linens
and trimmings to match, at
Just come in, box cloth boots, for
summer wear, at Sherburne’s.
To The Reckless and Beyond.
Just the Thing.
at the Star
The engineer of the Denison and
Pacific railroad went out on the
Whitesboro division Tuesday to run
preliminary lines. Work will com-
mence on that division in a few days.
A reduction of 15 per cent, on
goods at the Dollar Store. 4 20-tf
Denison, May 8, 1878.
B. C. Murray, Esq.
Permit me, through the News, to
withdraw my name as a candidate
for City Treasurer, and at the same
time thank my friends for the kindly
interest manifested in my behalf.
W. H: Sanford.
The above is the title of a pleasing
and instructive work fresh from the
Western press. It is an admirably
condensed account of a summer’s
travel in the Rocky Mountain States
and Territories, by that well known
correspondent, Robert E. Stranhorn,
anti is crowded with useful informa-
ion as well as with versions of de-
lightful mo’ ntaineering experiences.
The author pleasantly introduces us
$3 will buy nice strap shoe,
,, ,, cong. boot,
,, ,, sewed boot,
,, „ buckle Alexis
at Sherburne’s Shoe Store.
Perils of Traveling by Moonlight.
Those parties that attempted to re-
turn by carriage from the reception j
given in Denison, Monday night, had j
a decidedly lively (?) time of it.
Tom Yates and Carbiy, in a buggy, J
got lost, blundered round over stumps
and down bridges, and reached here |
at sun up.
Mr. Plummer and his lady, in a
buggy, after making several lalse !
starts, followed the other buggy and
after a similar experience reached
here at the same time.
Exactly what the party in Fred
Baumgrasse’s hack, Mr. Chamber-1
lin and Mr. Hall and their ladies, ;
went through, is not known, but it is j
said that they came by the way of \
Red River, and certain it is that at
half-past eight yesterday morning |
their horses were used up, they had
sent to town for others, whiie they j
themselves were taking breakfast at
a farm house five miles from town.
— Sherman Courier.
,___ | to the grandest and most beautiful The News copied a special dis- :
Mr. Peter Fay, the owner of the scenic attractions in the Western patch to the Houston Telegram
St. Chaiies, which was tecently mountains, and leads us through the Wednesday morning, coiiceriiin<r tiie
burned up, gives us the following; wildest Rocky Mountain hunting arrest of Matt Wootllief in "i-ort
On the main building $2,400; on I grOUnds and by the Slde of the finest | Sm,thi Ark'» wh,c]l contained an er
outhouses, $200; on bar fixtures, j Pout streams and lakes. He makes ; ror which should he corrected, The 1
etc., $300. | valuable observations on- the vast'! dispatch says Woodlief came very !
Air. hay places lus loss at $2,000 areas of unsettled farming lands, the near having his head shot off in this
aboye insurance. Mr. Radigan, who wonderful stock ranees, and on the
was running the hotel, had $2,000 j , , , . .
1 gold and silver mining regions.
The writer has spent considerable
time a» a correspondent in the Black
Hills, Big Horn and San Juan re-
insurance on his
Strawborry and Ice Cream Festi-
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will give a strawberry and ice cream
festival to-night at the building re-
cently occupied by J. M. Biown,
next door to the News. A general
invitation is exttnded.
In prices, as well as selection in
white goods, at the Star Store.
The Marshall Washing Machine.
city by a gambler. The gentleman j
he had a difficulty with here is B. O. !
Harrison, not a gambler by any '
means, hut a gentleman who until
recently has been in the employ of
gions, and furnishes special articles the Houston & Texas Central road.
Received this day at Yeidel’s Sim-
arid other favorite brands ot Rhine
N. B. Persons desiring wines for |
medical purposes, should avail them- j
selves of this opportunity to procure
an unadulterated pure article. 5 7-tf,
Wanted to Exchange.
The undei signed wishes to dispose
of State and county rights, for us-
ing, manufacturing and selling, the
Marshall Washing Machine. Terms
easy. Sample machine may be seen
at the Planters House, where it will
afford me pleasnre to explain its
merits, and the terms of iiale.
J. W. Beard.
Mr. S. D. Steedman announces
this morning as a candidate for Coun-
ty Judge. It will be recollected that
when Judge Hare resigned this office
last year,at a full meeting of the bar
of Grayson county Mr. Steedman
! on all of these sections. He also
furnishes a vast amount of useful in-
formation concerning routes, distanc-
es, expense of travel and living in
the many different locations describ-
ed. A large and entirely new map
of the region covered by the book is
one of the most valuable features.
The work contains 141 pages, is pro-
fusely illustrated with gems of the
Rocky Mountain scenery. Printed
on fine paper, and bound in flexible
covers. The really extraordinary
part of it, however, is that any one
can obtain a sample copy free of
charge, by applying to Thos. L.
Kimball, Omaha, Nebraska.
The Common Enemy.
The Houston and Galveston papers
will please make the correction in
justice to Mr. Harrison.
The new diuggists, near the post-
office, have the finest line of perfum-
ery in the city. 4-2 tf.
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Miss Tobe Brown started north
Wednesday mornings to visit friends
at Garnet Kansas.
Mrs. Harding, wife of Superin-
tendent Harding, left for the north
Several months ago ttfe grocery
house of Gaisman & Co. was estab-
lished in Denison, when there ap-
peared no room h r another business
house of that kind. But notwith-
standing that fact, there is now no
firm in that line of trade that receives
a larger patronage. The reason for
that fact is apparent. They aim to
make a profit on everything, but
they make that profit as light as pos
sible. In this way they have reduc-
ed the expenses of living in Denison
no less than twenty per cent. For
thus promoting the cause of econ-
omy, Gaisman & Co. deserve great
credit, and are receiving the substan-
tial appreciation of the people.
Those who deal with Gaisman &
Co. are well satisfied, and those who
don’t had better, if they want the
best and most groceries for the least
Tho Flag Store.
Offers great inducements in dry
goods, fancy goods, clothing, boots
and shoes. Go and see for your-
H. & T. C. Stockholders’ Mooting.
Special to the Galveston News.
Houston, May 6.—The stock-
holders of the Houston and Texas
Central railway met this afternoon to
elect their new directory, and ti e
vole resulted as follows: Directors—
Chas. Morgan, John J. Cisco, Chas.
A. Whitney, A. C. Hutchinson,
Chas. Fowler, G. Jordan, A. Groes-
beck, E. \V. Cave, A. S. Richard-
The directors met immediately af-
ter and elected the following officers :
President, Chas. A. Whitney ; vice
president and general manager, G.
Jordan; treasurer, E. W. Cave;
secretary, A. S. Richardson; execu-
tive committee—G. Jordan, ex-offi-
cio president, Chas. Fowler, E. W.
Cave and A. S. Richardson.
The board of directors met this
evening to elect chief and assistant
engineers, with the following result:
Joseph F. Meyer, chief engineer;
John F. Morris, first assistant; Mar-
tin Curtin, second assistant.
Camo at Last.
Our white piques, 1500 yards, at
bankrupt prices; call soon, at the
Star Store. 5-5-lf*
Will get a nice ladies’ kid glove
at the Star Store. 5-5-tf.
Times hard, money scarce, goods
at reduced prices at the Dollar Store.
QuEry :—“Why will men smoke
common tobacco, when they can buy
Marburg Bro’s. ‘ Seat of North Car-
olina.' at the same price?” 2-1 ly.
Choice bananas at Gaisman’s—
selling like hot cakes at 25 cents per
Five hundicd pieces bleached mils
liiia and cambrics, at prices to suit, at
the Dollar Store. 4 20-tt
A full line of homreopathic reme-
dies at Dr. Williams’ drug store.
3*31 tf- ________ ^
The Dollar Store
Is selling shoes at a sacrifice for
the next thirty days. Ca$ s«pn,
while the stock is con>jjl«ft*. :;i 4 ib-tf
A large assoBuid lower
prices than ever bifffrtv dF'
Ladies hats, parasols, fans, ties,
&c., at low figures for the next thirty
days at the Dollar Store. 4 2°"^
Of all descriptions, and the latest
Best ice cream and sodawater in
Denison at Rowley & Hallenbeck’s
We X. L.
The $1.00 kid gloves, can ever be
found at the Star Store. 5'5*^*
To tlio Ladios of Denison.
Ladies, I take pleasure In informing
you that on the first of next week I will
receive an assortment of millinery goods.
For the past two months I have taken
great cure to observe the most approved
styles, and can assure yon that I will
keep nothing but first class goods, and I
hope, as in the past, to have at least a
share of your patronage.
Miss M. E. Carlat, a French lady of
some years experience as a dress maker,
and who comes highly recommended,
has taken rooms with me, and respect-
! fully invites the ladies to call and exam-
ine her work and prices. Remember the
I place of business, Singer office, opposite
j postoffice. II H. Vosburuh.
5 9 imo.
At Brown’s Bazarr. The largest
and finest stock of Chromes and Oil
paintinge, mirrors, brackets, wall
pockets, hat racks and clock shelves,
all consigned to M. II. Brown, to be
sold at auction some time this week.
Ladies especially should call and see
these goods before they are sold. 8 tf
I am glad to affirm Dr. Bassisio’s claims
I for his peach branch Vnedicine. I have
I been afflicted with neuralgia since 1S65,
j sometimes twice a week, sometimes a
! month a part. At such times I was nearly
! crazy, arid could get no relief from the
many remedies which I tried. I tried Dr.
i Bosisio's peach branch and after using six
bo'tles and fifteen leaches I feel that I am
| in a fair way- of recovery. I feel better
j than I have in thirteen years. I will ex-
1 plain the cause of my sickness to any one
calling on me. 1 am so confident in nis
skill I have allowed his treatment of my
wife, who is improving, and will answer
any questions. Giro. H. Buckley,
u6 Main st , Denison, Texas
May 7, 1S78.
At Gaisman & Go’s.
Rhine wines, of all kinds, at Louis
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Brown’s meat market, next door
to Yeidel’s saloon, is constantly sup-
plied with the best meats of all dis-
r.riptions. Bologna sausages,the best
in the market, constantly kept on
hand. 5-2 78 tf.
A!1 the health I ei jov. and even my life
I may sav, is in consequence of Simmon*’
Liver Regulator. I would not take one
million dollars lor my interest in that
medicine. VV. II. Wilson,
A beautiful little farm of 54 acres,
with house, orchard and other im-
provements, one and one-half mile
from Denison, for a residence in this
etty. Apply to
Leonard & Coffin,
9*6t Agts, Nelson Honse Block.
The Morning Call, published at
Dallas, comes to us enlarged to
twenty-eight columns. The success
of the Call has been rather remarka-
ble. Started in a town already sup-
plied with a morning and evening i
paper, it has steadily advanced in
popularity and is now recognized as
one of the best conducted and most
influential papers in Dallas.
was recommended as a suitable gen-
, , , , . ° i In order to make headway against the
tleman to succeed him. 1 he Com- j common enemy, Disease, it is necessary
missioners, however, appointed Mr. to oppose him with persistence. It very
Wilkinson. This endorsement of
the legal fraternity shows the confi-
dence they placed in him as an at-
torney and a gentleman. He is a
gentleman of fine parts and we have
no doubt would fill the office with
frequently happens that a remedy perfect
to the necessities of the case, if persisted
in, is condemned and thrown aside be-
cause a few doses of it does not cure a
maladv. How unreasonable and unjust
such a judgment would be regarding
Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, one ot the
most popular and highly sanctioned med-
icines of the day, a potent invigorant and
! an invariably succesful lemedy for con-
stipation, dyspepsia, liver complaint, in-
. j cipient rheumatism and gout, inactivity
Mr. Simonson, one of the propri- ; and wetknesofthe kidneys and bladder,
etors of the Sherman planing mills, a,nd for‘hre infirmities incident to the de-
, . f , ’ dine of life. No fact is better established
had all the fingers of his right hand than the above, yetin order to experience
cut off, and the thumb at the second jts truttl those afflicted with obstinate
1 forms of disease should give this benig-
joint, Tuesday morning.
nant curative a patient trial. If they do,
they may rely on decisive curative results.
The Dollar Store is the place to
get bargains for the next thirty
At 309 Main street you will find
the largest stock, and most complete
assortment of drugs, patent medi-
4 20-tf | cines, etc., in Denison. 4 2 tf.
No abatement on the Lunch ques-
tion at Yeidel’s Sample Room.
__^_____ 5 7-tf
Miss W. E. Carlat, fashionable
dress maker, rooms with Mrs. Vos-
burgli. Do not fail to call and see
her—Singer office. 5-8 6t.
Sample bottles of Simmon’s Liver
Regulator, 25 cents, at Acheson’s
drug store. 4-27-tf.
Queensware and glassware, at re-
duced prices, at the Dollar Store.
4 20 tl
A magnificent lunch every day at
Wolf’s, from 10 to 11 o’clock.
We carry the best line, and
bottom prices, at the Star Store.
Newest styles of dress goods at
P. L. Boldiick’s, next door to the
Kansas City store, 5 S-5L
We are selling cottons of all kind
at very low prices, table damask,
quilts, towels, napkins, sheetings,
linens, turkey red table damasks, in
choice patterns, all new goods and
prices low, at the Dollar Store.
. Sample bottles of Simmon’s Liver
Regulator, 25 cents, at Acheson’s
drug store. 4-37-tf.
Are you going to paint? If you
are, before buying your stock you
should call at the new drug store of
Guiteau & Wald'on, and see their
goods. They have just received a
full line of strictly pure white lead,
boiled and raw oil, colors, etc., and
can not he undersold. 309 Main
street. 4-2 tf.
Wooden bottom shoes for work-
Wooden bottom shoes for team- i
Wooden bottom shoes for R. R.
Never wear out, and warrented,
certain cure for corns and bruises, at
Sherburne’s Shoe Store.
Two acres of land, cleared and
ready for plow, south of the cattle
pond. Enquire of Z. P, Stoneman.
Medicated baths are expensive. Not
so, however, with Glenn’s Sulphur Soap,
a cheap and efficient substitute, which
answers the same as f ir as local diseases
oL 1 he skin, rheumatism and gout are
Hill’s Instantaneous Hair Dye produces
natural effects and is safe.
Kelley Island catawba at Louis Le-
Five cases of wall paper, b autifn! pat-
terns, at Brown & Webb’s—old Kansas
You will save money by buying wall
paper at Brown’s. Choice new patterns
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece,
at Louis Lcbrecht’s.
Do you smoke? If so, call on
Louis Lebrecht. He keeps a well
assorted stock of cigars and sells the
The partnership heretofore existing be-
tween William Burch and Christ. Muller,
in the City Meat Market, has been dis-
solved by mutual consent. Christ. Mul-
ler will continue the business at the old
stand, and is alone authorized to receipt
for bills due the City Meat Market.
April 13, 187 '8 1-mo.
Silver Dollar, Henrv Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Pins Ulra, etc., cnly 5 cents a piece
a Louis Lebrecht’s.
Silver Dollar, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder,Babies, Champion,"Non plus
Uitra, etc., only 5 ctnts a piece, at
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