Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 133, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1879 Page: 4 of 4
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THURSDAY........AUGUST 7, 1879.
rtTrOLll ftl^H ANS, City Editor.
Professor llarley and family, who
arrived in the city yesterday, will be
absent several weeks 011 a|rip through
Lunch at Yeidel’s.
L he artiuery.cornpauv meet
evefjidg’fot drill'fn tbfcir arrhofy.
In Galveston, Houston and San
Antonio the Sunday law was openly
violated on the 3d.
Pocket knives at
Guiteau & Wal-
7 25 tf
Get The: YVilsoa Shirt made to
=--- ] order. Factory, St. Louis,Chicago,
7 29 tf j an() Cincinnati.
S-3'St BennHtt U Cod* Agt's.
/ ' —---•----
ij,' One sister and two brethren were j
circulating a subscription paper yes-
terday for the purpose of raising
funds to re-build the colored Baptist
church on the cite 'of the one recently
destroyed by fire.
It is said that the Rev. M. A.
Daugherty will visit Denison in the
’d] ! x . ♦ _
Teas 25 per cent, below the usual
prices, at Hughes & Co.’s. 3-5-d6t
Billey Shea, the popular bar-
keeper at the Senate, is on the sick
Sewing machine oil of the best
quality at Acheson’s Drug Store.
Donaldson & Campbell are selling
a box-toed calf shoe for $3, which is
worth $4. Call and examine them.
7 26 tf
The discussion of the school ques-
tion is dragging its weary length
through the columns of the Herald.
What good will ever come of the
matter? We are at a loss to under-
stand, as the people have already
made up their minds on the subject.
Denison, Tex., Aug. 5, 1879.
council to do any thing towards assist-
ing manufactures. Yet I am not
.1 wish to make the following prop-
osition, in order to start manufac-
Let a company or an association
be formed with $1000 to $3000 cap-
ital. Let them build a factory, of
any kind thty desire, and offer it for
sale to a practical operative in that
business. As soon as the building
is sold let the money be reinvested
in another kind of factory, which rs
to be sold, and another, and so on,
until all are started that aie desired.
If such an association is formed, I
will contribute one-tenth of the capi-
tal ; provided the council exempt
from city taxation tor ten years till
factories with $3000 and upwards.
Ink stains can be removed from
white dress goods with salts of lem-
on. Get it at Acheson’s.
, _ .... Mo.. ) On. Monday exM'ondnctor John
Grand Open Air Concert and Abgust xl, 18)9. i Ward, of foe M., K. & 1 1 took po-
Hall Cast ISfgllt. Edier tidily New. I Iiaiufd -saloon
Greeting, and through your col- I amj beer |)ay Umler •*>' new rt‘
B°”3 'Tivoli ‘.e'p but be-
of Education and Professor Somer-
ville I am under many obligations
for their favors just received and
beg that they will ac:ept my heart-
felt thanks in return.
Canary seed at Grtitean
Fcrrty artillerymen turned out on \ Main street, Denison, Texas.
Tuesday af Councilman Raynal’s j We are now prepared to sell you
funeral. more goods for less money than any
_____..... j house in the city. S 3'tt
The suggestion of the News, that
a memorial stone be placed in the
public school building in commemo-
ration of the magnificent gift of the
late Councilman Raynal, seems to
meet the general approval of our
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v A party of three inert passed
through the city yesterday going
west in' pursuit of horse thieves.
Greatest variety and lowest prices
in toilet soaps, at Guiteau & Wal-
Professor Wharton, of the Bloom-
field Academy, is in the city with
fust received at Lea's furniture
store, fokfing chairs of the latest
styles, covered with fire Milton and
Tapestry carpeting; also, various
styles of rockers and Misses
chairs. They are beauties and our
Professor Harley and family, of; readers should call and see them.
For Queenswai'e and
go to Hughes & Co.
the Tishomingo Academy,
the city yesterday.
were in j 8-ytf.
An extra fine lunch
7 29 tf
an inch taller
Mr. Eddy, proprietor of
House, Whitesboro, was
in the city
Will Hughe's is
since he got into his
He now has a commodious store
room in which he can display his
choice stock of family groceries to
advantage and vtait on customers
without being crowded. His store
is located in the very heart of busi-
7 25 tf ! nesS( anfl of course his trade is in-
Uncle Billy Burch has the thanks creasing.
Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron’s.
of the News force for the present of
a fine watermelon. Bully for Uncle
Ladies Newpoit ties, worth $1.50,
can be bought for 90 cents at Don-
aldson & Campbell’s. 7 26 tf
Dr. Neely Thompson, of the
Caddo Free Press, has been ap-
pointed health officer for the Terri-
Beer! Beer! Beer!
lee ! Ice! Ice !
at Lebermann & CO’s.
Pure wines and liquors at Guiteau j
& Waldron’s. 7-25tf
Captain Rockwell, who has been
‘‘summering” at the sea side resorts left for Louis yesterday and
A young and prepossessing girl,
aged about fifteen years, is among the
missing. She started for St. Louis
over two weeks ago to accept a po-
sition that had been secured for her
by her sister, but did not reach her
sister’s home. It is pretty certain
that. she, Jias been inveigled into a
house of ill fame. A letter to that
effect has been received in this city
by her relatives. The aunt of the
t, a lazy, worthless fel-
low, living on the outskirts of the
city, south of the D. & P. railroad,
woke up Monday rooming and found
his young wife missing, together
with an old valise and some of her
Search being made, she was trac-
ed to Sherman, where it was found
that she had taken the morning train
and left for parts unknown, with a
young fellow whose name we did not
The husband has for some time
past, treated his wife like a brute;
being haunted by the green-eyed
monster jealousy, besides being too
indolent to provide the necessaries of
life, w'hicb is probably the cause of
Have yon looked at those nobby
box-toed shoes at Donaldson &
Campbell’s. 7 23 tf
'Mr. Harry Heyman received a let-
ter Wednesday, from his son Eddie,
who was lately employed by Julius
Casper, air.l left this city in a secret
manner. Eddie struck out for Little
Rock, where he was detained eight
days on account of quarantine, and
is now at Helena, Arkansas, em-
ployed in the store of Ed. Moke. We
are glad to learn that the young man
is in good health and doing well. He
certainly has considerable pluck and
while he did very wrong in leaving
his parents in a secret manner, vet
we can but admire his nerve.
The Society Vorwierts are sipgu-
liarly fortunate iu being blessed Jjvith
propitious weather for their enter-
tainments, and last night was no ex-
The night was one of the most
delightful imaginable, enhanced by
a cool breeze blowing from the
south. When the moon commenced
its pilgrimage up the eastern sky,
the scene was one of indescribable
beauty and splendor. The forest
trees in the Parkglowed in the moon-
beams and over the grrfbn sward of
the Vorwajrts grounds streamed and
floated the soft voluptuous light,
giving the spot a strange, dremey
appearance, which made it seem
like the wild haunt of wood spirits
or the pleasant home of fairy beings
who danced in the moonlight or
trembled with each rustling of the
deep green leaves of the distant
Some how or ether we confess a
partiality to the Vorwasits entertain-
ments,and those who were present last
evening will badly blame us for tiie
preference. The Denison Cornet
Band was a powerful auxiliary, the
music being faultless. The commit-
tee of arrangements had not omitted
a single detail calculated to make
the concert and ball an occasion
worthy t)f the patronage of our best
The grounds were thronged with
ladies and gentlemen, and those who
did not participate in the dance, en-
joyed themselves equally as well
listening to the superb music. The
best of order was preserved during
the entire evening. The ball and
concert was a magnificent success,
and the Vorwierts have added an-
other laurel to their already well
June 16th I left Denison and was
en route going north to
and home. At Hot Springs
conic one of the mast popular,places
of resort ill the city.1wMr. Ward is
well known to a majority of our citi-
zens. He is immensely popular
amonir railroad men, which is a big
m aim was. n , ,
visit friends dertii.r the.saloop !.us„>e**,
pringS a so-'! The bitter at the Tivoli will be re-
journ of several weeks was beneficial ' stocked with a superior class of li-
aml pleasant. Knowing th»t a lnim- (,UOr8 aiu] cigars, Mr. Ward having
b £ D............ irinf tlrOU(> CnrilKTU
Will buy for cash or sell on com-
mission, all kinds of live stock, turn
iture etc., etc.
8 3tf Beaus, Moore & Co.
The Odd Fellows in theB. I T.
The Odd Fellows of Caddo Lodge
gave a grand ball on Tuesday even-
ing. All the beauty and chivalry of
the Territory were present. The
hall was held in the new Jones
building, and from 8 o’clock in the
Faint stock of all kinds at bottom j evening till daylight the men and
prices at Guiteau & Waldron’s. j maidens ot Choctaw Nation tripped
7 25 1 ! the light fantastic toe, and all went
merry as a marriage bell. Messrs.
L. A. Morris, Abbert Carny and
! John Sell, were tire managers and
much of the good order and jollity
in the north is
expected home in
will place the matter in
the hands of
Lebermann & Co. keep ths celebrated
W. J. Lempbceron draught.
The Mamnerchor societv will
give a concert of sacred music at the
M. E. church some evening next
Special bargains in native
Lebermann & Co.’s.
Woik is progressing rapidly 011
tire new building being erected by
Hanna,-Owens & Co., on the corner
of Houston Avenue and Main street.
Indelible pencils for marking
clothes at Acheson’s Drug store.
j Five persons were quarantined
yesterday. This makes about one
hundred persons who have been
quarantined since the regulations
went into force.-
Shoulder braces in abundance and
variety at Acheson’s Drug Store.
** John Ourand has engaged the ser-
vices of Mr. Coopland as bartender.
Mr. Coopland is an agreeable gen-
tleman, and willundoubtcdlybecome
very popular with “the boys.”
Having the largest stock and sell-
ing at the lowest prices, it is no
wonder that Guiteau & Waldron
have built up in little over a year,
the finest drug business in Grayson
The last vote of Justin Raynal in
the city council was for tlve retaining
j of Professor Somerville as principal
I of the public free schools. No
Councilman took more pride in pub-
j lie education than he, and no one
will question his honesty in casting
that vote. No one will question that
! he was governed in that act solely
by what he believed to be for the
best interests of the school. Ctr-
; tainly the convictions of a man who
donated property to the value of
! from $Sooo to $10,000 for the sup-
port of the public free schools ot
Denison is entitled to some consider-
i ation bv the citizens of Denison.
Two prominent members of the
Society Worwaerts complain that the
News did not give publicity enough
to the concert and ball last evening.
Our friends are mistaken. We have
I carefully examined our back files and
j find that during the past two weeks
; the concert and ball was mentioned
1 seventeen times. In yesterday morn-
ing’s issue, six notices appeared.
We are a f 1 iend of the Vorwierts, and
if we have been remiss in our no-
tices, it was certainly not intentional.
To lease my brick yard near west
end of Main street, or a partner with
small capital to manufacture brick.
Apply at Tone & Munson’s office.
The old Sunday law, operating
between the hours of 9 o’clock a. m.
and 4 o’clock p. m., modified so as
1 to include labor of all kinds as well
1 as trade or traffic, meets with the gen-
eral approbation of our citizens. If
some one would start a petition ask- 1 cf Indian scouts, Frank Frayme and
1 ing the governor to call the legisla- the Kentucky Rifle Team combina-
1 ture together for the purpose oi so tion, Rice’s Surprise Party, Elise
; modifying the existing law, we are Weatherhy’s Froliques, Emma Ab-
confident nearly every one would bott, the Saville opera troupe, Mrs.
sign it. • ! Oates, Adah Richmond, Tracey
of the evening was due to their
effort*. Among the celebrities pres- j ranges from $5 00
ent were Gen. Grant, Secretary of
War McCrary, Carl Schur’z, Ten-
nessee Claftin, Mrs. Susan B.
Anthony and Sarah Bernhardt.
Last evening a nickel plated to-
1 bacco box, Lloiillard make, com-
I pass in the lid. Price of box paid
| as a reward on return to this office.
The following companies will pos-
itively make a tour of the State this
fall and winter: Joe Jefferson, Rip
Van Winkle ; Maggie Mitchell, Fan-
chon and new pieces; E. A. Soth-
ern, John McCullough, Fannie Dav-
enport, Milton Nobles, with a new
comedy, Buffalo Bill and a troupe
ber of Denisouians visit these springs
annually, 1 doubt not hut that a tew
facts obtained by observation and
inquiry would prove valuable to
some of your readers,
These wonderfuf thermal springs
are situated in a narrow gorge of
the Ozark mountains—wonderful 011
account of astonishing effects in the
most inveterate diseases known to
man. The exact date of the discov-
ery of these curative qualities is not
Much speculation has been in-
dulged in as to how this water be-
comes heated, and freighted with its
life-giving principles The most
generally accepted and plausalile the-
ory is that the water is heated com-
ing in contact with deep strata of
the crust ot the earth, which are
highly heated by the internal heat of
the earth ; that it is there converted
into steam, which by expansion per-
meates through crevices and fissures
to higher and cooler caverns, where
it is condensed and takes up the sol-
ids, which are deposited as tufa
at the outlet. The temperature
ranges Iron, 156 down to 90 degrees
There are about seventy foun-
tains issuing out of the Hot
Springs, mountain and Hot Springs
creek, some issue out from Hot
Springs mountain at ail elevation of
over xoofeet above the creek, while
a few bubble up in the bed of the
Formerly baths were taken in the
tufa directly at the fountain, but now
magnificent bath houses supplied
with every modern convenience
for administering the most luxu-
rious baths, with skilled attend-
ants of the most scrupulous nicety
and unobjectionable seclusion for tiie
sexes, are used, with but few excep-
The effect of this water on the
bather is so remarkable tiiat nothing
else is at all like it; first is experi-
enced a thrill like a succession of
slight electric shocks,then comes an
exhilerating sensation which is fol-
lowed by a stimulant effect, in which
the pulse is often accelerated as much
as twenty-five beats in a minute.
The cost of baths at few houses is
$3 00 for 21 baths, at the majority
however, the price is $5 00 tor 21.
There are pools free for paupers.
Two pools deserving special men-
tion are, “mud hole,” which has
great efficacy for rheumatic sufferers,
the “corn holt claims to efficacious-
ly cure corns.
The permanent population amounts
to about 5000 inhabitants. The
number of visitors range from 1000
to 3,000 at a time. There is ample
accommodation. The price of board
to $10 00 per
week, at goodaml respectableboaid- :
mg houses, and from $15 00 to !
$25 00 at large and fashionable j
hotels; the d.ffeivnce is owing to
style and luxury more than comt’oit j
and necessaries. Visitors are nearly j
all invalids afflicted with dis- [
eises found to he incurable at
j home. Evrv form of chronic affec- j
I tion known to mankind is to be seen ;
| at Hot Springs. About eigiitv per j
1 cent are radically cured. Dyspep- |
tics receive greater benefits by going 1
iu cool weather; rheumatism and
paralysis are treated well at any sea-
The hot water as a drink is very
pleasant; it never disturbs the stoin-
I have written a longer article
than I expected to. Wishing your
growing city and all her enterprises
“God Speed,” I am, with the great-
est respect, Yours Truly,
Et.LA L. CoEEMAN.
Seers, Moore & Co,
tfiddrbcf tforfi the east some bf the
finest whiskies, brandies and wines
ever sold over a bar in Denison.
Mr. Deady, late of the Bank Ex-
change, and Mr. Bachman, will do
the agreeable behind the bar.
We commend thoTiVolitothe'con-
sideration of the public. They can
rest assured of one thing, that only
good liquors will he sold.
Mrs. W. D. Kirk, south side of
the Park, has a room to rent suitable
for a gentleman ar.d his wife or tv\o
single ladies; she will also take
a tew day boarders. S-6tt
In the county court Wednesday
thr cases against Schmucker and
Waddill charged with keeping a
pool table, were tried, and after
lengthy arguments by county attor-
ney Turner tor the state, and Capt.
Cowles tor defendant, the cases were
dismissed. This was considered a
test case, and consequently four oth-
ers of the same character will be nol
The case against Lee West, a
cyprian formerly of this city, was
Maggie Mitchell was acquitted by
the jury, and Annie Laurel plead
guilty, and was fined $t and costs.
These three were all charged with
keekirfg a disorderly house. The
cases against Hattie Walbv and Cora
| Yeatman for the same offense, were
continued to next month.
5000 pounds of strictly pure white
lead from Collier Co. and Southern,
at Guiteau & Waldron’s. 7 24 jf
O l)s ? AAA. n P AAA I.
00 ’W’A A DH1) A
A OOP A 1,
u AA P P AA I,
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!“<* ™ * * A I, JlK 2
A I.uxtl hSSS
A first and second cook ; also porter
at the Nelson House. S 5 tt
Those Useful Conduits,
The whole-souled Stallage, repre-
sentative, in Texas, of the popular
If* poo. policy to buy poor soap I st Lmris Stationery house of Wil-
at high prices When one can get the j .. „ . ...
best at low figures at Achesoi.V 1,amson> Stewsut & Co” ,s m “,e
Drug Store. city. It requires a large room at the
—*—♦—* *— Alamo to display his handsome line
VDr. Feilds, Chairman of the street sampftsj Stallage is doing a big
and alley committee rs doing Mime j blisincss in Tex-as. His hcadqua,-
mueh needed work on Atistiw ave-
- i Grover’s Boarding House combina-
Tlie kidneys and bladder, sometimes _ rp,
1 become torpid and weak from unascert-; t|0ni Union Square company, 1 he
Main stieet, Denison, Texas,
Are now prepared to take care of
any kind of live stock, and will sell
Titus opera company, Jahneschek, the same on reasonable commission.
line, between Main an 1 Woodard
street*. The Doctor is just the man
to push the stieet work.
finishes at Gtiileau & Waldron's.
7 *5 lt
Oil* at Guiteau & Waldron’s
ters are at Dallas.
Call at J. M. Lea’s furniture estab-
lishment and examine the large as-
sortment ot fine D. C. suits, bureaus,
washst.inds, center and extension
t tides, juT received fldtn the nordi.
Remember ihc place, j£u.oiid d’loi
west cl Rusk avenue. 7 2t>tt
ainable causes. When this occurs, their 1 Bj,T 4^ Il iverlev’s Mastodonians, Bar-
WI1.0,, Primrose and Uesl,
which is the result ot neutral bodily waste Jlaverlcv’s Georgia Minstrels, Sals-
and decay, does 1 ot escape as it should, 1 . „ ... r,.„n me" rcm..vC
but remains tn corrupt the blood and de- 1)ur>' 1 roubadou.es, Henrietta Chan- ,nto the same. In order to h
velop poisonous humors and dangerous frall) prank Chanfrau, and John goods as po»*' e o reniovL,
Templeton. This, a the Hon«o« I
that these great inducements only apply
1 r” ’ is large and
,,lc will be obliged to patronize She,, i
mail. class grocery store. I Call especial nt-
--♦—- tention to my large stock of Hoi.r the
Which is Cheapest. 1 most popular brands known.
___ Those desiring to save money will do
A package of Dukk’k Durham, contain well to call on me t e next ten
mg hvrn/v pipe-full* 01 the best smoking day*. Remember the o at
tobacco made, or one common cigar? 1 penny saved ts a penny made,
r is act) Costs leu tents. I 19 ly d&w 7 VJ tf- J' J’ ’
'■piIR CRRAT SOUTHERN
X remedy tor the cure of scrof-
ula, scrofulous taint, rheuma-
tism, white swelling, gout goi-
tre, consumption, bronchitis,
nervous debility and all diseas-
es arising from an impure con-
dition of the blood.
The merits ol this valuable
preparation are so well known
that a passing notice is nut nec-
essary to remind the readers of
this journal of the necessity of
always having a bottle of this
medicine among their stock of
Cet (ideates can be presented
from many leading phisicians,
ministers ami heads of families
throughout the South, endors-
ing in the highest terms The
Fluid Extract of Rosadalis
Dr. R. Wii.son Carr, ol Bal-
timore says ‘-iie h..s used it in
cases of scrofula and other dis-
eases with much satisfaction.”
Dr. T. C. Pugh, of Baltimore,
recommends it 10 all persons
suffering with diseased blood,
saying it is superior to any prep-
aration he has ever used.
Rev. Dabney Ball, of the
Baltimore M. E. Conference
South says.he has beenso much
benefited by its use that he
cheerfully recommends it to all
his friends and acquaintances.
Craven & Co., druggists, at
Gordonsville, Va.. say it never
has failed to give satisfaction.
SamT G. McKndden, Mur-
freesbo o, Tennessee, says lt
cured hini of rheumatism when
all else failed.
Rosadalis is not asecretqAack
preparation, its ingredients are
published on every package.
Show it to your physician aud
he will tell you it is composed
ot the strongest alteratives that
exist, and is an excellent blood
purifier. Did our space admit,
we could give you testimonials
from every statein the South
and from persons known to ev-
ery man,woman and child, eith-
er peisonally or by reputation.
Rosadalis is sold by all druggists.
John F. Henry, Curran & Co.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE,
In about tan days my new store on | "ksss" j NEW A O R K .
Main street, near the corner of Austin French & Co., Wholesale agents Den-
avenue, will be eoinplet-d. and I shall ison. Texas,
then remove my large stock of groceries j
have as few
A A A A
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Special Notice to Cash Buyers.
acn Ditters togent.lv stimulate the urinary Telegram is only a partial list.
or-ans. and to prevent them from lapsing . f5 . , . u , lir tUal l!le,8C eul ,
into n state of inactivitV. always proxocat- ?«oa haying no public hull, out peo- to «>!) buyer.. My , ock
oods are of the best
into a state of inactivity, always provocat
ive of their inflammatory degeneration
and decay. How much better, then, is it
to adopt this mild diuretic as a means of
inciting them to action, than to incur the
dagger of this destruction. To expel
from the system waste matter through
the bowels and kidneys, and to regulate
and arouse the stomach and liver, are
anume the duel uses of this valuable
Manufacturer and Deafer in'
J19 Main street.
7 3 t(.
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