The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 5, 1888 Page: 3 of 4
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TW lews tfteVwk Bailed Dm ter
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS’ LETTER!
TO H. B. BWUBANK, Pmsidknt.
Bkavoik, Miss., 5th July, 18J?T.
Dear Sir—Yours of the 25th ult. has been received. We
have tried your Topaz Cinchona Cordial Tonic and found it
beneficial, and the most agreeable form of quinine.
Sincerely thanking you for your kind attention and
the opportunity yon have given us to test yoar valuable
medicine; I am, respectfully and truly,
For sale by all druggists in the city.
Mrs. Gillingham, who was stabbed
by Switchman Mallador, of the Missouri
Pacific, several weeks ago, is able to be
out again-.......-Rev. Mr. Ivey, of Sher-
man, preached at the Baptist Church in
this city yesterday.......Servant girls
are scarcer in Denison than any where in
on the continent, though better wages are
paid here than in any city in the South, i
Northern girls who are doing hard woik
for small pay would find Denison an
Eldorado, and they would be a boon to I
the city as well......... Several men were at I
work this morning removing the debris I
from the residence of Dr. Markham, on I
Woodard street, damaged by fire on the
Mth, preparatory to rebuilding...........City I
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rogers left Mon-
1 day for Santa Ft, New Mexico, on a pros-
pecting trip, and for the benefit of their
Mrs. Ed. Perry and daughter. Miss
Melina, accompanied by Mrs. wT. B. Mun-
son, left Monday for Sherman, to visit
O. R. Menefee, who spent Sunday and
Monday In the city with his mother and
sisters, left Tuesday morning for his
headquarters at Gainesville.
Miss Brown, of Sherman, who has been
visiting the familv of Mr and Mrs. W.
Oldham, returned home Monday.
Miss Sallie Alford, who has been visit*
Ing the family ot Mr. C. M. Carson, on
Mirick avenue, left Monday for her home :
Mrs. S. P. Tubert left Sunday for
■S STM* PRINTING HOUSE.
'. HEARING. MsNAoaa.
Near Preston Bend
RSIIALL, : : Pa
Central at Houston, was in the city Mon-
day, having accompani'd his wife here
to see her safely aboard ot the Mis-
souri Pacific train bound for Sedalia, Mo.,
where she will visit relatives.
Assistant-Superintendent |. W. Dick-
enson, of the Missouri Pacific, left for the
South Monday on official business.
The big hole between the grade at Mir-
ick avenue, south of the Missouri Pacific
track, and the new Missouri Pacific car
shops, ia being used to dump shavings
Th- earth which ia being taken from
the Missouri Pacific yar’s north of the
Park is being thrown down on Nelson
was in the city Wednesday with 45 bales
Mrs. Keeler Smith and daughter, Miss
Joe, were in the city from Colbert, I. T-,
Sol Weisman, who had been spending
a week with his brother at Marshall, ref
turned home Tuesday.
Will Perry arrived home Tuesday from
Kansas Cl'y, where he had been on
Judge Pardee, of Washington county,
was in the city Monday.
Mr. C. C. Rountree, the Sherman
cotton man, was in the city Monday,
Mr. Isaac Kyle, a merchant of Tioga,
Texas, was in the city Wednesday.
Capt. Bill Chiles, of Pottsboro, was ;n
the city Wednesday, on busineaa.
Capt. Kennedy, of the firm of Kennedy
A Cleary, general merchants ot Spring-
brook, I. T., was In the city Tuesday, on
Marshal Cutler la on the sick list...........
There were only three cases before the
& LOAN AGENT
■usd am Farms, Hsschss and City
Recorder this morning, and none of
these were important-------A number of
Der.iaonians, the most ot them lawyers,
went down to Dallas this morning to be
present at the trial of Judge Gilbert’s
case against the Bell Telephone Com-
IYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
THK DENISON MEAT MARKET
swiftness and celerity. They will not be
badly missed, as the cite can always get
as many tramps to feed as she has any
use tor ",....... Mr. Mike Malloy has com-
menced the erection of an elegant cot-
tage upon his property on Mirick avenue
and Day street. The structure will
contain 5 rooms, each 14 feet aouare,
with ia foot ceiling, and wilt be in an
arhitectural sense equal to anything in
that part of the city. It is being built to
rent, and though tne rafters are only just
on he has had an v number of applications
from parties wishing to secure it. It will
be finished about March 15th........ The
carpenters were at work upon the interior
of the Ferris building again to-day ..........
The foundation is In Tor Mrs. M. A.
Fullington’s residence, corner of Fannin
avenue and Sears street. This will
be a 6-room, two story house, with 20-
foot studding, and when completed will
he a thing of beauty, as welt as of com-
fort and convenience. Mr. W. T. Kenne-
day ia the contractor..........The drill is
kept hard at work in the Missouri Pacific
artesian well, but progress with the rim-
ming out which ia now in progress, is not
very rapid, and It will be a considerable
time before the old piping ia drilled out
and the hole ready for the new piping
—.....The services at the different churches
were very largely attended yesterday.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
re over Leibrccht'a Drug Store,
No. 31J Main Street,
MOV, .... TKXAS
|T* Telephone connection.
one car—a caboose—in sight Mouday
morning between Main street and the
Compress. This has not been known be-
fore for upwards of two years.
Fifteen teams resumed the work of
grading in the Missouri Pacific vard Mon-
day morning. A largj portion of the
bank on the north side of the yard re-
mains to he cut away, which will still take
A quantity of hot ashes being dropped
out of a Missouri Pacific locomotive on
the track, weal of Mirick avenue, recently,
set Are to thl cross-ties, and two or three
of them were burned almost entirely out.
Passenger Conductor R. Hammond, of
the Missouri Pacific, who was confined to
his room with rheumatism tor several
weeks, was able to be out Monday.
R. H. Cousins, of the Houston A Texas
Central civil engineering corps, was in the
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
aoj*. - ' - - - Tax as
oaL, Sm T. LIWncM'i Dree Xian,
’icajours>—n ts 1 u* 1 ■ ir-••
PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR RENT
E. V. RANSFORD
Mr. A. K. Haws as:—Dei
leased with the pantlscopk
alt adapted to ay eyes; a
Creek Porter, a merchant of Pottsboro,
was In the tft« Monday.
Judge Gregg, of Sherman, was In the
city Tuesday, shaking hands with his
Superintendent D. H. Johnston, of the
Clifford & Esler,
City Property Farms, or
Ranohea, are invited to raffia-
tor the same on the books of
A. R. Collins for Sale. Cali
R. D. A. COOK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
was in the
Bloomfield Academy, I. T.,
city Monday, on business.
Capt. Neighbors, of the firm ot Neigh-
bors A Stattle, merchants of Gordons-
ville, was In the city Monday, on bus-
iness tor his firm.
Dave Colbert, Collector of Permits,
Chickasaw Nation, was In the city
Decorative : Paper :
2nTo. 835 ZuEffiln 3 treat.
The Famous “PUFF’ Cigar
Is the beat la the Market.
FACTORY FORTY-MINK, scat door to Us
ray’s Steam Printing House,
DENISON, - TEXAS.
sedan... sod poiser • ia disguise. -Tired Na-
ture’s sweet restorer, balmy sleep.- is the psoei-
deotial recuperant of weeh oerres, and this glori-
ous fraochiaa being usually the consequences of
Tuesday, did not arrive until 2 o’clock,
thus missing connection with the north-
bound Missouri Pacific patsenper.
The following circular has been issued
from the general passenger department of
the Houston A Texas Central Railway:
“Circular No. 20—Mr. R. R. Robins,
Traveling Passenger Agent tor this com-
pany for Texas, ia nereby appointed
Joe Perry, a prominent cattleman ot
the Chickasaw Nation, wan in the city
Capt. Alec Reddick arrived in the city
Tuesday from San Antonio.
Just ce Cummins, of Pottsboro, was in
the city Wednesday, on business connect-
ed with the Pottsboro grand ball.
Mr. C. M. Browns a prominent bus-
iness man ot Emporia, Kansas, was in
the city Monday on a tour of inspection
ot the State. He left Monday night for
Fort Worth and Dallas, and will call here
again upon his return.
Mr. W. B. Boss, ex-member ot the city
council ot Denison, arrived in the city
Sunday from Mead Centre, Kansas, on
a visit to friends. Nr. Boss is looking
well, and Kansas is apparently agreeing
Dr. Eagan, of (Dallas, was in the city
Monday, having been called here to at-
tend Mr. Richards, father of Mrs. James
Beggs, who was seriously ill.
Mr. Ed. Leeper arrived In the city Sun-
day night fjom Omaha, Neb., to spend
a week among his Denison friends. He
is Headquarters for
About 200 people were assembled
around McCarthy's Austin avenue saloon
as a Gaxxttrch reporter passed down
Main street, Tuesday evening, and the
scribe walked over to ascertain the cause.
The assemblage proved to have been
called together by the sportive demon-
strations of Frank Wood, who was full o'
“ tar water, ” and trying to carmine
“Hell’s Halt-Acre.” He had been mak-
ing kindling wood of the furniture of the
(lack room, rubbing stale beer and sand-
wiches Into Ms beard—throwing chairs at
the bartender, and when Officers Sins
and Bartee arrived, he was trying to
make a couple of veteran courtesans
dance the can-can on the saloon veranda.
The officers took hold of him, and a
struggle commenced which ended only
when Frark was lockrd up in the city
Jail. He kicked and (ought like a newly-
saddled b 1 one ho, and had to be carried all
the way to the calaboose. He esme be-
fore Recorder Nevins Wednesday morn-
ing, aqd was assessed $10.50 tor his diver-
As4 All Mae is
LOUISIANA. NEW MEXICO, ARI
Fsranu Lias ts Iks Norik. East sad Sam
Pookts Bally Lias tf
PULLMAN PALAON lUDfDW
tSssogk to fit. Leals via tbs
Iron Mountela Rout
See that yoar tickets res* via Tasas sod
Railway. Par amps, time til Sin, ttshsi
sod all required ». term art 00, call aa
W.C RIGSBY,Ticket Agaot. G
. C. A'tCHER, Trac. Paas.Aeaet, Dalis
n. w. McCullough, u. p. a t. a., 0
JOHN A. OBANTrOsat Mi
T. W. STRATTON,
NET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
quarters at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. A. F-
McCord, ticket agent at Fort Worth, is
hereby appointed traveling passenger
~ , with headquar-
Mr. Robbins was
ticket agent at
years ago, in which
iy he distinguished himself as an
r officer and a cor-
hrae years ago he
ger agent for the Central, and the" record
he has made is grandly evidenced in his
present promotion. Mr. Robins has a
lost of friends to wish him in his
new field of labor, ’ he same success that
has attended him in the one from which
he now takes his departure. Mr. Robins
was in the city Tuesday on his way to St.
Louis to assume his ofecial duties.
agent for Texas,
ters at Dallas.
this point a few
caDacir " _
efficient and obligini
teous gentleman. 1 _ _
accepted the position of traveling paasei
It is rapid, it is cheap, it is done in the house regardless oi weather, and ia pre eminently
the grandest and most popular system known.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
one of the business blocks and eating at
a private boarding house with his wite
and three children. Pretty hard way ot
HEADLIGHT BAR & BILLIARD PARLOR
EH A HARRIS
No. mt Haim street.
IN IRON, !:.-!( TEXAS.
«, gmoient A Thorough Action.
kVID M. RHEA,
OMch CeAe’s Insurance Building.
Rooms a and f,
OKNIhON, - - TRXA
m. nwairia. a. o. mush
ANDIFER & MOSELEY
-ATTOR N E YS-AT-LA W-
Inl Stairway, Muller Block,
Carries constantly on hand a full and complete stock of
Choice Brands of Wines, Liquors
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Celebrated Old Crow Whiskey,
SCHLITZ'S -Q- MILWAUKEE -0* BOTTLED -Q- BEER,
Leading Billiard Parlor in the City.
2To. 106 IkfCffilxx Strew t. - DENISON, TEXAS'
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
NORTHERN LAKE ICE
Office and Warehouse,
North ofMo.Pac. Freiqnt Depot.
Tie Great "lfirtl tit Sotk Trot Lin"
“I Don’t Wont Relief. Bat Onre.”
Is.the exclamation of thousands suffering
from catarrh. To all such we say: Cat-
arrh can be cured by Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. It has been done In thousands
of cases ; why not in your* t Your dan-
ger Is in delay. Enclose a stamp to
World’s Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y., for a pamphlet on this
Disiaon City Baktry
street this morning* Mr. Curtis, who
was driving, held on to the lines until
ILRERT. S- H. RU9
ERT & RUSSELL,
- ATTORN EYS-AT- LAW-
3 BN ISON, - - TEXAS.
Austin Ave.. Rear Star Store.
J. B. HEWITT * CO.f Pro’rs.
CoafeetioDeriffi, Cake OruaeaU, Etc.,
* Truk tad Port Brttd Dtlirtrad Xrmiy Dtj.
Cakes and Pies Always on Hand sod Furnished ia
any quantity desired.
TBY THE HEW BAKERY,
_AND GET THE BEST
Is Ike Thoroughfare ef Travel
Control fc Southwes
ts all a slats
North, East and
Double doily setvlre el elegant h
sod Bleeping Cars betwa
was thrown out, his right side being
painfully bruised. The team ran across
the lot and came to a stop against the
fence, near a little carpenter shop, which
fronts on the avenue............The Plumbers
were tapping the water main in front of
the Gate City Drug Store, on Main street
to carry the water across the street to
Emmott’s grocery, and Dick Chamber-
lain’s news stand".--------Mr. C. P. Carter
A new fence is being built around the
lot on the northeast corner of Woodard
street and Burnett avenue:
Mule Struct, Up Stain.
Miss Jessie Bloyd has accepted a posi-
tion in the Gazsttiss book bindery.
E. B. GETTYS _t
-—ATTORN EY-AT-LA W-
ffike. -W> Male Street. Chachit Building
AH the public drinking fountains
during damp weather cause consid-
erable of a nuisance in the way of
mud, but the worst one in the outfit
ia tne one on Houston avenue, at
the Parnell saloon. It has convert-
ed all the adjacent street into a mud
hole, and seems to be getting more
of a nuisance all the time. Some
thing shoultl be done to conduct the
water awav from it. The Main
street sewer is close at bandand the
wrater could be conducted thither at
amall trouble and expense.
Two boys named Jesse Smith and
Victor Plumber, and aged respect-
ively 17 and 16 years, ran away
from their homes at Whiteaboro un
Wednesday week and made their
way to Denison. Here they got sep-
arated, Plumber getting a job with
a farmer up in the Nation and Smith
remaining here. Depot Master
Kuncy was telegraphed a descrip-
tion of the youths, and about noon
on Monday found Smith lying
around the depot, and arrested him.
About the same time the fathers of
the two hoys having learned that
their sous had come to Denison
followed them here, arriving shortly
after Smith’s arrest by the depot
PORK> LARD * BACON
aged about io years, while walking back
and forth over tome railroad iron at the
corner of Mirick avenue and Nelson
street last evening slipped and tell, hit-
ting his head upon one ot the rails, and
inflicting a very severe scalp wound. 1'he
boy was taken home by Mr, L. Pepper
and a doctor sent for, who sewed up the
wound, and to-dav the injured lad is
doing nicely..........The wite of a well
known Missouri Pacific engineer ran
away Sunday night with a Missouri Pa-
■NSQN & BRO.
L ESTATE a ARSTRCT OF TITLES
—K.r» *a4 Fra* l-aed a Specialty.-
ffice No. tea. Lekracfct baiMiag. Career
Mate Street sad Hoeaaaa Aee,
MOM. - - tixa*.
Authorised Capital, • • $500,000
Paid up capital, surplut and profit, ifiCVODffi
Missouri Pacific, was in the city Wednes-
Engineer Harry Johnston, ot the Mis-
souri Pacific, was taking a lay-off the
FRUITS, NUTS, NOTIONS,
!*FIN A ZINTGRAFF, .
lUry Public, General Conveyancers,
laUtr, Insurance and Brokers.
Sffi Maim SC. U» Stairs, Deniaoo. Texas.
8YBUP OF FIG8
early part of the week.
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., is Na
ture’s Own true Laxative. It is the most
easily taken »nd the most pleasantly ef-
fective remedy known to cleanse the sys-
tem when bilious or costive; to dispel
headaches, colds and fevers; to cure hab-
itual constipation, indigestion, etc. For
vale In 50 cents and $1.00 bottles by Gul-
*ea-i & Waldron.
A. W. Acheeon,
A. R. Collins,
lis Tragic Death on the Ohoctaw Divi-
sion of the M. P.
•hate of the local business solicited,
■went* cone but frst-clas* companies
h is. Mate S*—t. • DENISON. TEX.
One of the most deplorable railroad ac-
cidents that the Gazetteer has ever
been called upon to record took place
Tuesday evening, about S o’clock, on the
Missouri Pacific railroad, near Caddo,
ohn A Lallamant, proprietor of the O.
v. Restaurant, and one of the best known
young men in Denison, had secured a
situation as brakeman on the Choctaw
division of the Missouri Pacific, and went
out Sunday night with Conductor Swing-
er on his first trip to learn the road. The
torily............And still cotton in consider-
able quantities continues to find its way
into market...........Three of the drunkest
men ever seen on legs were holding
down the sidewalk on the corner ot Main
street and Houston avenue this afternoon.
They would wallop around in a gronp
and shake hands to keep from falling,
and when they started across the street to
Sweeney's their legs bent under them till
their coat tails nearly touched the ground
and still they never fell. They disap-
peared in the saloon, and what became
of them after that the Gazetteer did
not learn.......A gold watch will be raffled
off at the White Elephant Saturday night
.......R. M. King Sc Moody hung out a new
sign in front of their dry goods house
TRANSACT A GENERAL
Ladies will be delighted with the
action of Dr. Dromgoole’s English
Female Bitters. It sends red blood
to a sickly woman’s cheeks, and by
giving an appetite and aiding diges-
tion, builds up the system.
John Plumb wanted some brer from the
bar-keeper ot McCarthy’s saloon, Tues-
day, on credit, xnd the bar-keeper
wouldn’t let him have it. John was suf-
fering from a severe attack of alcoholic
fever, and his thirst was of that consum-
ing character which it apt to prove fatal
if neglected. But the bar-keeper didn’t
seem to care. He went on eating his
dinner off the bar just as though there
were no human lite in jeopardy, and no
command in the Bible to attend to the
wants of “them that athirst.’’ John saw
the callous selfishness ot the man, and in
order to teach him sympathy for those
who want, he picked up the dishes from
which he ««' eating and fired them down
on the floor. Then growing desperate
from the effects of his sufferings, he went
behind the bar and drew off beer and
drank it until his fever was broken. He
then started to go off up town, but was
intercepted by a soulless minion of the
law, who demanded his immediate attend-
ance at the calaboose. Next morning he
was dragged into police court to be con-
taminated by contact with bums, lawyers
and felons, and was assessed $10.50 fine
by a venal and unjust recorder. As a
people we are clamoring for more law,
but how many of us find more laws al-
L \V. SPENCEK.
I putt INSURANCE .*
office, 4*. III. Male Stmt,
-fcgHOTEF & RESTAURANT.^
ED. CASTIAN, Prop’r.
usMuaSl. • Dsauoi
has spensE a •rat-cla—
FRENCH DYEING, CLBANIMO. RIN
ING, RE-LININO, WINDING END
HE NOVATING OF
DEALERS IN-» »
Painta*, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Pocket Cutlery. Ac.
No. 106 Main Sts set, - • Denison, Tito
This Hotel and Restaurant has jest Mostly
opened, is newly furnished and everything neat,
new and dean throughout, where guests will re-
ceive the best of attention.
REGULAR MEALS, s( CENTS.
BOARD A LODG ING, lira PER DAY.
from Caddo, Lallamant went to step
from one car to another, and tell between
th*m, meeting with instant death beneath
the relentless wheels. The head end
brakeman saw him fall, but the bain was
tfTRfkCTORS AND BUILDERS.
o-day...........Mr. L. J. Stoneman began
he erection of a 4-room cottage on
'hestnut street to-day..........Capt. Linton
t just finishing a fine 4-room cottage on
he corner of Day street and Barrett ave-
■ue..........Assistant Street Commissioner
doreland has his gang at work grading
lown the hill on Munson street, west of
Jarrett avenue. The dirt is being drawn
iway to make a fill on Barrett avenue,
1_________Mr. W. T. Ken-
ITECT A SUPERINTENDENT
djh A. R. Colli—. Me. las him Mraet.
M ... , TEXAS.
iuilulMK and Eatieiata* mode with
a tail-end collision. The train arrived at
Caddo, and Conductor Grant, of No. 5S7,
the second section, was wired the intelli-
gence, and asked to be on the lookout for
the injured man. Grant’s train arrived
in this city about up. m., bearing the re-
mains, which were met at the depot by the
horror-stricken father. They were taken to
Harriman Sc Morris’ undertaking estab-
lishment, where they were coffined, and
afterwards removed to the residence of
the parents on South Mirick avenue. The
wheels had passed over both legs, cutting
them off, and had also severed both arms
and the head from the body. Twenty-
seven cars passed over the unfortunate
young man, and the mutillation effected
may therefore be imagined. Sixty-five
Mr. Kuney turned bis
prisoner over to his father, and the
father of the Plumber boy having
got the address of the man for
whom his truant son was working
as near as the Smith boy coaid give
it. started for the “B. I. T.,’
while Smith returned home. Mr.
Plumber must have had some diffi-
culty in finding the place where his
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
■Sap mm Weedsrg Suoel aa4 Rash Aee.
Job work neatly and quickly done
oor 1 ml window screens a specialty.
near Nelson street
nedy, the contractor and builder, has the
lumber upon the ground for a commo-
dious addition to the front of a cottage
owned by Mr. D. P. Dantorth, and sit-
uated on Day street. The present build-
ing will be moved back ana the addition
put upon the front. It will be two stories
high, ana when complete d will be quite
an elegant structure----------B. G. Darbey,
a carpenter, while at work upon a house
in the south part of town this morning
tell from a scaffold and hurt himself quite
severely. He broke no limbs however,
and will probably be able to work in a
day or so .. .....This is fine weather ........
The Munson building has reached the
height of the second story, on the east
side, and the brick work goes rapidly for-
ward........James Malladay, who stabbed
Mrs. Gillingham on the 13th inst., was
released on bond Sunday nignt. His case
is set tor a hearing before Judge Cook on
Feb. 10th...... Mamie time is on with the
1 gearsate* iUMm
Costa, Veau, F— is. La
Silk Velvets, Hibbeaa,
The Oldest Established Lumber Fard la Deaisoa,
Has on kaad the finest grades ef
NORTHERN AND NATIVE LUMBER,
Doors and Sash,
Plaster and Hair.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRUGGISTS’ SUNDRIES and PATENT MEDICINES
AND SIGN PAINTERS.
ISE AND SIGN PAINTER.
Under the Opera House
boy was working, for on Tuesday
night be had not yet returned.
BEST MIXED PAINTS A SPECIALTY,
found upon his person by Conductor
Grant and turned over to his father The
deceased was 19 years of age, and had
been a resident ot Denison for the past
nine years. Though not yet ot age he
was s careful business man, and had been
running the O. K. Restaurant with profit
tor the past rear. He was of an honest,
straightforward, cheerful and energetic
disposition, and had a wide circle of
w trm friends among the railroad frater-
nity, and all who were thrown in contact
with him. He leaves a father, mother,
sirter and brother, to bitterly mourn his
untimely taking off.
The funeral, which was an exceptional-
ly large one, took place Thursday morn-
ing at nine ->’clock from the Catholic
church, the interment being at the Catho-
Chase's Barley Malt Whisky is
stimulating and nourishing to the
consumotive, the old and feeble. It
is absolutely pure. Sold at the Gate
City Drug Store. 39-1 m
BOOTS AND SHOES
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES.
1 — Aastie Avn«, Daewoo. Tax—.
CARD OF APPRECIATION
Denison, Tex., Jan. 30, ’88.
Mr. Editor: Sir,—Please give
space in your worthy columns for a
few brief remarks. December 13,
1SS7, I was assigned the pastorate
ot the A. M. E. church, of this city.
I made my arrival on the 14th. in
the same month. Though finding
it very cold, I met a warm reception
of the members and friends of the
church. I must say that I never met
a better clas* of non-religious friends,
and to make me more firm in the
matter, on the 25th inst. they, in the
majority with the members, came
to the parsonage, well armed with
eatables, too numerous to mention,
also, brooms and soap in abundance,
and in the number Master Sidney
Gilliean, to see it well done with his
cake of soap, after my many thanks.
Mrs. McCraken gave us some en-
thusing music on the organ; then
the guests dismissed, in good order.
W. S. Johnson,
Best Stock in North Texas
Guiteau & Waldron, wholesale and re-
tail druggists of Denison, Tex. sav: We
have been selling Dt. King’s New Discov-
ery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve for two years. Have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or give such
universal satisfaction. There have been
some wondejtul cures effected by these
medicines in this city. Several cases of
pronounced Consumption have been en-
tirely cured by use of a few bottles of
Dr. 'King’s New Discovery, taken in con-
nection with Electric Bitters. We guar-
antee them always. 1
Sold by Guiteau Sc Waldrop-
No. 317 MAIN ST1
TIBBjS § JlhEWWm
7lh + + JfleEP^
w. 214 M7US J5¥KBCT,
COhOffQO* HOTEL IIMI.
M*KE n SPECIHIiFY 8F KEjiVIJSS HOUSES-
FINE WltjES Jiup LIQUOIjS
ALSO A CHOICE LINE OF .
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CIGAR AND TOBACCOS.
Beaeaber Tie Cekieet” Rweaber.
J. B. McDougall A Co,
Culiubacher brer. Pale Export
t*F filways fresh and ice cold. Pu«e
juora and wines for medicinal pur-
wes and family use. Counter lunch
I da». Soup every morning. Call
I tb« Doctor and get thee healed.
Of curing habitual constipation and liver
and kidney ills, is to avoide the use of the
bitter drastic liver medicines and cathar-
tics, and to take only the pleasant liquid
fruit remedy, Syrup ot Figs. It cleanses
as well as strengthens the system, and
does not leave the bowels costive, so that
regular habits may be formed, and the
invalid permanently restored to health.
It acts promptly and effectively; it is
easily taken, and perfectly harmless.
Are you suffering with indiges-
tion ? if so, take a dose of Cheat-
ham’s Chill Tonic. Very pleasant
to take, an excellent tonic ; strength-
ening and apetizing, and gua.anteeJ
to cure both chills and tevev, or
money refunded. Sold by Guiteau
& Waldron. r 5-tf
The only reliable microbe killer,
kills the ‘’germs” in the blood, and
radiates the m from the svstem.
Beal Istate# Loan Agt,
The beat salve In the world for cuts,
(irises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
wmm, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
was, and all skin eruptions, and posi-
raly Cures piles, or no psy required. It
Dr. Dromgoole’s English Female
Bitters act on the female system
with unerring certainty, giving re-
lief to married or single ladies suffer-
ing from functional derangement or
monthly irregularity. 37-im
t NS E;J IN THE WO
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 5, 1888, newspaper, February 5, 1888; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth555400/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.