The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 2, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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Saddles* Harness and Saddlers’ Supplies.
416 W. MAIN ST.
Rxuuuig Commentaries When
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY_
TEXAS BREWING CO.
Brewers and Bottlers,
POST NORTH, THUS.
“*— tu,” Standard.
2,000 Kegs Dally.
GEORGE P. STANFORD, Agent,
Anheoser-Bosch Brewing Association.
i Sagged It
r Item. Cleaned tram the Drniaoe Dalle Newt. I
TOR rH* WEEK ENDING DEC. 2g,
\ The New* of December 23 men-
tioned as something unusual, the ar-
*** * eight carloads of bacon ship-
ped ffom Missouri over the M., K.
& Th, destined for New Orleans_
Just before Christmas in 1877 local
merchants advertised in the news-
papers they would keep their stores
oped all day Sunday to accommo-
date customers. Some of our mer-
chants are no leas accommodating
now, but they are careful not to ad-
vertise the fact________Twenty years
ago Denison had an ordinance which
prohibited the fireing of crackers or
Roman candles, or other fireworks
within the city limits. This ap
plied, not only to Christmas and
Fourth erf July, but every day in the
ye»r-It is just twenty years
this month since Captain Eads com-
pleted the jetties in the Mississippi
«-riyer. below New Orleans___From
The -Ne,vs of December 25: “Major
Shalienberger bought the fine resi-
dence lot at the corner of Houaton
avenue and Sears street yesterday
and will commence the construction
of a dwelling at once”__The
of any Brewery- In the World.
Pnre Malt and Hopa uaed.
Nutrtotoua and W holeaome.
same paper mentioned the fact that,------„.1UIC oiev«ia east o
J._L. Nothaf had purchased • beau f the city several miles, has been seri
F. A. Utiger ha. been confined to
the house the past week with a bad
cold.„--.The highway east of
Denison it declared to be in the
worst condition ever known. The
writer haa reaided in this section
for the past nine years and certainly
never saw it to bad. Wagons go
down in the mud to the hub. A
loaded wagon esnnot reach the city
at all--------Notwithstanding the
dreadful weather, Christmas wet
pleasantly enjoyed. There
chnstmas trees galore, devotional
services at the several churches,
turkey dinners and gift making.
Santa Claus was never more gener
out in the distribution of presents.
As a general thing the day pasted
off pleasantly without accidents or
drunken fights of any consequence
--Eggs are 10 scarce that the
price was up to thirty cents per
doaen Saturday---_.Wm. Hill,
th* carpenter and contractor, has
rented his farm east of the city to a
colored mm who is going into the
poultry business on an extensive
scale---In a fight Christmas, Joe
Lane, colored, was cut on the head
with a hatchet. The row took
place east of the city__Is has been
decided that the east gable of the
n** Catholic church edifice must be
taken down. It was badly shaken
out of plumb by . the fierce winds of
the t6th and 17th_______The order
of chief of police James against the
discharge of fire crackers did not
cut much of a figure___Tom
Cutler is in very poor health, and it
is thought, has incipient consump-
tion-Mrs. Annie Stevens east of
Highest Award World’s Fair, 1893.
327 MAIN STREET.
Choice Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Denison ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Crystal Ice Co.
—: DEALERS in—
Distilled Water Ice.
FACTORY: Foot of Woodard St & R. R. Track.
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus, S30,000.00
R. C. Shearman,
G. L. Blackford,
WE SOfLICjT YOUR BUSINESS
BURTON, LINGO &CO.,
(Successor to Waples Bros.)
Sash, Doors, Minds, Moulding*.
Laths, Lime, Paint.
Yards at Denison, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso,
Colorado, Big Springs, Midland and Pef os.
Your Uncle Proas.
Watches and Jewelry on $alte
Office Three Doors Above “Gazetteer.”
Main Street, Denison, Tex.
The National Bank ol Denison.
C. S. COBB, President. J. J. McALESTER, Vice-President.
R* S. LEGATE, Cashier.
tiful gold-headed cane at GoldsaM’t,
a Christmas present for his pardner
Mr. Ed Lehman, of Dallas__Frank
Fbriey’s home was made glad
Christmas eve by the arrival of a
ten pound boy baby______Here is an
incident narrated twenty ‘ years ago,
which will be read with just as
much interest to-day: “The boys
played a practical joke on J. B. Mc-
Dougall Christmas Eve. They pur-
chased a spanking new suit of
clothes, went around to his room on
Rusk avenue and set up a Christ-
mas tree on which they hung the
Various articles of wearing appare
and other things useful to an old
bachelor, brilliantly illuminated the
establishment and then went out in
search of the proprietor. Having
found him, they ‘roped’ him around
to bis domicile, stripped him from
head to foot and put him inside the
new clothes. About the time this
was accomplisned the colored band
arrived. A procession was formed,
with Mac in the lead, and the whole
party marched through Main street
to the thrilling music of the Dying
Swan and other equally soul-stir-
ring pieces. Mack looks like a
drum-major in his new outfit and
carries himself with all the stateli-
ness of a brigadier”___Charley
Hotchkiss was doing ail the artistic
painting in Denison twenty years
ago, and it is just twenty years since
he ornamented the front of the pres-
ent Gazetteer building____Holi-
day week, in 1877, the woods be-
tween Denison and Col. Lipscomb's
farm were full of wild pigeons, and
Denison nimrods were having fine
sport. There are no pigeons in
this country now and havn’t been
any for several years. The ques-
tion is, what has become of them?
Married, at the residence of
Frank Colbert, C. N., Christmas
afternoon, by Rev. G. W. Cotting-
ham, Mr. G. W. Hornbeck and
Miss Jennie Lee Wilson.” The
groom was a compositor in the
News office_Mr. M. J. Fitzger-
ald was the recipient of an elegant
easy chair, a Christmas present
from employees of the M., K. & T.
at the transfer--------The News of
December 27, 1877, contained a
column description of the distribu-
tion of presents to the children and
Sunday-school teachers Christmas
night at the Presbyterian church.
Deacon Sam Hanna acted as Santa
Claus. The following teachers
found presents on the tree from
their pupils. Mrs. Dr. Williams,
Mrs. Dr. Berry, Mrs. E. B. Sims
and Miss Lou Sibley_1___Twenty
years ago the town of Griffin, Tex.,
was actually supported by buffalo
hunters. The number of hunters
on the range was estimated at 1500.
A plat of ground at Griffin was fre-
quently covered with buffalo hides
spread out to dry. They were
worth only $1 to $1.60 each. The
meat Was also dried and sent to
market--Mr. John Nelson and
Mrs. Christine Camiford were mar-
ried in Denison by Elder A. O.
Hsll December 23d, 1877, at the
bride’s residence. The Hall al-
luded to was the father of the late
Al. Hal!.----Colbert’s Station was
Denison’s Gretna Green twenty
J. J. McAlester, McAlester, I.T., J. B. McDougall,
C. 8- Cobb, R. S. Legate, J. D. Quinn,
E. A. Slack, E, H. ilanna, L. Eppstein,
J. M Ford.
B. Munson, " should be without this good angel. It is
’Indian Territory business will receive prompt attention and it P1*-**1^ to take and a safe and sure
[. remedy for old and young. Free trial
__ bottle* at Waldron’s Drug Store. Rcgu-
The ancient Greeks believed that the
Penates were the gods who attended 10
the welfare and prosperity of the lamily.
They were worshipped as household gods
in every home. The household god of
to day is Dr. King’s New Discovery. For
consumption, coughs, colds and for all
u; u -factions of Throat, Chest and Lungs, U
W. H. Cobb, jg invaluable. It has been tried for a
quarter of a century and is guaranteed to
cure, or money returned. No household
should be without this good angel * *
t. ..L.___I -__x.
lar size 50c and $1.00.
ously ill for some time and little
hopes are entertained of her recov-
ery. She ia the niece of Dr. f. L
Tonea------Dr. ,J. L. Jonea was
able to come to the city to-day after
a spell of sickness-----The lanes
east of the Pawpaw hills are ripe
for road improvements. What they
need is ditching--Penny Smith,
a negro, who has 91 years to his
record, died op Christmas in the
Warren Flats district_The musk-
rat says we are to have a long, cold
winter. The goose bone and corn
husk proclaim it ’ mild and a little
snow, while Irl ^icks, the prognos-
tic nix, says with much aplomb and
grandiloquent fanfarade that it will
be either hot or cold, but just which
he will be balked if he remembers.
Mrs. W. G. Spaulding, for-
merly a well known reaident of this
city, m»t with a painful accident a
few days ago at Palestine. The
lady fell from a step ladder and
broke her hip. It will make her a
cripple for life--Christmas day,
is young woman with a baby in her
arms boarded the H. & T. C. tram,
her destination being Fort Worth.
The episode was the outcome of a
second woman in the caae, of whom
the husband ia said to be too fond.
TUESDAY, DEC. 2t>, 1897.
The reporter of the Gazetteer
was invited to the establishment of
Dollarhide, Maynard & Harris to
Uke a look at the new bicycle which
has been turned out by J. H. Wil-
liamson, one of the best machinists
in the state, who has charge of the
repair department at Dollarhide,
Maynard, & Harris’. Placed along-
side of other high grade wheels no
difference can be distinguished, and
Mr. Williamson claims that it is
as good as the best of them_Jim
McCurtain, Rob Greenwood and
Joe Brown, who were sentenced to
the penitentiary from this county for
theft of cattle, have been pardoned
•nd are now at their respective
homes in Panola county, Chickasaw
nation, with a taste of prison life.
The aforesaid young men will prob-
ably turn over a new leaf and be-
have themselves in future_Justice
Pearson of this precinct will proba-
bly shy his castor into the ring as
candidate for county judge. The
judge once told the writer that be
would never stop short of the su-
preme court. The judge has the
ability to back up hia ambition_
Captain Patrick is making prepara-
tions to leave for the Alaska gold
fields--Denison has a bowling
alley—---Cotton was rolling in
to-day---There is considerable
sickness in the country east__Ar-
chitect John Shannon has retired
from the management of the build-
ing of St. Patrick’s church___An
influential republican politician pre-
dicts that Will J. Scott will be the
next postmaster of Denison. They
say that “Scotty" is on a big still
hunt---Sydney J. Snell, pho-
tographer of this city, died very
suddenly Monday at Greenville,
where he was on a visit to his mar-
ried sister. The remains were
brought to Denison for interment.
-Martin Kohl, mayor of East
Denison, is making a big “kick”
against the shabby condition to
which his part of the town is treated.
In bad weather the mud is over a
foot deep. No attention is paid to
the sidewalks, in fact sidewalks are
what Martin waste. His complaint
is just--Mike Collins celebrates
merry Christmas in e peculiar man-
ner. Mike makes a present of his
overcoat to the tramp fraternity.
This Christmas he got more than
usually generous and donated his
fast—------Several weeks ago the
agent erf a loan
V Pile* or Hemorrhoids
* Flaeuree 4 Flat ulna.
Bums A Scalds.
Wound* 4 Bruiaes
Cut* 4 Sores
m Boils 4 Tumors
J Eczema 4 Eruptions
Sslt Rheum 4 Tartars
■ Chapped Hands
■ Fever Blisters
Sore Lips 4 Nostrils
| Corns 4 Bunions
Stings 4 Bites of Insects
—» tract oi at acre* on I Three Sizes, sje, Joe. zed lien
the west tide of said land which has here- -Mbara^ra.___■_______ , .
tofore been released from said deed of " ^
tru»t.) I ....................
Advertised December 6, 1897.
34-4« _H. Tows Trustee.
Mary had a little lamb; that time
hes passed away. No iamb could
follow up the pace that Mary acts
to dsy. For now she rides an air
shod wheel, in skirts too short by
halt. No lambkin shares her airy
flight, but you esn see her calf.-
The Mother’* Pay Day.
What pay does a hard working mother of
• family receive ibr her labor at the ‘ ‘
since been heard of said _____
-nd the chief of police end others
are of the opinion that be will not
return to Denison. The agent pre-
ceding this got behind with hi.............f
company, b«t the matter was settled EXTRAMMNAMLY LIBERAL TERM.
by his father—.-.About 20 speci- “-— *----—■“
mens of vangated humanity, better
known as tramps, were in ciodIum ~_rr
lest Sunday north ot the city. A .
party who visited their camp says Ovar On* Hundred’**.,
that all shades of the profusion. Mr. a. m. wmm_,
were represented, tailors, carpen-'
ters, sailors, bakers, etc.
were going to Southern Texas
pa»« the balance of the winter_
Nearly all of our merchants have
been busy the past week taking
Whsreaa default has bean made la the
peymeot of the note doe one year after
0* J»™« Dob-
r:—L»ol>- ahmmimm tk* ifiRRi ml— *4 — - __
the record, of gSJuou T.
Countv, Texas, executed by French M. «
Lerkln, to the under,Igned trustee, by “ ----•• ■
ITdToW 0i ,h! ■OYAI* maUSHIRO COMPART,
that at the request of the owner of said
note and for the purpose of
the object ot said trust, the ui__
will, between the hours of 10 a.
4 o’clock p. m. on Tuesday, January 4th,
1898, at the door of the Court House, in
■ **• kf
—y~» — —* «»• im« vwiit House, In
the city of Sherman, Grayson County,
Tezaa, proceed to sell at public vendue
---■------— — —■ — v*nuue
or outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash,
to satisf y said deed of trust and note, to-
feth*T.witb the cost of these proceedings, I
~ * real estate, to-1
the following described _____
wit: Twenty siz .nd ooe-h.lf acres' oJ, I
of the Headright survey, patentented to
Rapion Rubio, in Grayson County, Tex-
as, and bounded as follows: Beginning I
1 B. Moflstt 1
—» —— a* luiiuwi;
•t the N. E. corner of the B. Moftatt sur-1
,thcnc* MM 397I rra. a stake from
which a large stone marked "X” bears
1* J'tttheBce »°uth 38* via. to Dob-
bie * N- E. corner, a stake from which
a P. O. mkd. “X,” bears S. m". W.
11 vrt . snd another marked "X” hears
S. 50 , n| rrs, thence west 301
■"«*«! “X,” being R. M.
Larkin s S. E. corner in E line of B.
Moffatt survey, thence north 377 vre. to
beginning, reserving a strip of land 30
feet wide off the E side ot said land tor
a public road, containing tbf acres of
land. (Excepting a tract of 84 acres off
BUGGIES, BO AD WAGONS, 8URRIE8.
PHJBTONS Rad HARNESS at lowe»t price.
«td earnest term*.
We represent the well-known:
Teire Heote Owriagr. and Bug*? Company,
Troy Cwriige Company,
Brown Carriage Company,
Frsskto Bom Comntny,
*Bd many other standard Manufacturer*.
We folly guarantee all vehicle* aold by ua.
No trouble to .bow good, and quote prices.
Keller It McFerran,
404 W. Main Street.
M. J. LEONARD—*
* * * Jlrcliitect »*< Builder
Plana, Specification* mod Efim.tea fornkbed for
all claaaea of work. See sample, of fimt-claa*
building materials. Tbo*e who c»ntemplat«*P*inU
ing, Papering, and Interior Decorating should aee
the latest design*.
IFFiet IT BHit WltTZ’S, next door Po*t Office.
Lard! Lard! Lard!
We are making * special feature of
HOME MADE LARD.
^ p«re .rtkl*. We warn you to buy L*rd of re.
be to yoor interest to do eo.
-----end of a
The husband may
we bis regular
me of the child.
tea may be old
enough to aura
theirs. But the
■other, what is
her pay Cm her
--CUAM UU Isa
isr by maU •. earn,In Ms. w ms*.
■ Wary*. *.. X«e Is* CU*.
Because the Beet.
Office on Houaton Avenue,
Between Main and Woodard Streets.
£S DUNN & CO.,
her pay for her j DEALS** IN
Hay & Grain,
MKAL, FLOUR and
Com* and see u* (or Low Price*.
Office South Rusk Ave.
she isn’t __
of mothers are
, _ V»v ted with tbs
it s sa awful pity.
^ It’* s sad thing when the mother comm
down sick with overwork or worry, or be-
wait little wreaknewi of tlisetsf 1ms
away. She Deeds the help of common sense to* O-forrh and (old in Hand, ws ha vs pra-
medicsl treatment Of course no one medi- pared n generous trial size for 10 seats.
f11** »U1 Core everything. A medicine nm Oet it ef yoor drmW or send 10 cents to
Ifthe digeadve organa or the liver are out
of order Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Die-
de wised for wtsksttm mad diseases of tkt
womanly orgaus; and R is the moot potent I
remedy for throe troubles which has ever
Where both these cooditious exist these
two medicines taken alternately------—
a thoroughly scientific course of
i are Try tag It.
ELY BROS., Dfi Warren Bt. M. T. Oty
I sufsred from ctlwili of tbs wont kind
sear abacs a boy. and I ne-rr hoped (ot
cure, bet Ky'« Cream Haim seems to do
ores that Many ncqaalntanore ham
R with__________ _
48 Warren Are., Chicago, HL
which hat been numWralysummfalwith
of dyspeptic, debilitated and
nor any iojnriooa dreg.
. At dragnets or by mad.
-I take great pteaaere la racommewdlag Dr.
rirfee-s Favorite Prrscrlptioa, CoUJrn Mrdtra!
Discovery ’ sod • Prtlrls.' '• writes Mis. Jed Law
reoce. Sooth Here. Grsad lair Co, VL "My
traeblr was kesle weakoesa. kidney diaresr.
of life sod hod fiowfog sprite.
t»ee*s PsvoriD Pi
.. m Bo»k Binding
aoorotwra in vaa
Tiki "Tk St. iMls LUtM."
IX HOURS SAVgD
‘Oft *crth. DaHa| St Louii
AMD TMB BAST.
I'llK DIRECT LUKE
TO all point* in
neurstgta. chasge of life aof
I took right bottles of Dr. P
script ion seven bottles of ’'_
Mini, sod seven small viate of______
doctors did not help me say. I could oat Steep
night nor day. I suffered everythieg before I
began to take Dr. Pierce's medicines. Whet I
began to asr them I weighed ms pounds. Mow I
wrigh Mt pounds 1 css now do all my week."
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C. A. SNOW & CO.
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TH* SEMI WEEKLY NEWS (Galvaatna ar
Dallas) is pvblishad Toasdays sod Fridays. Each
issue consists ol eight pages. There an ssoctel
departments for tbs tdrmaes, tbs ladies sad the
bova sad girU. besides a world of general saws
mattery! lamrsted arOciaa, market reports, ate.
104 PAPERS FOR $1.
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Dallas or Gaireston. Tanas.
Firstrisas secommodstioo is ever, respect.
Parr* SI I too. tie Sat ria the H. a T. C. B. E.
Fee farther Isfermsties, call as at wriu
C C. CALVERT. Ticket Agent.
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SOLID TRAINS OF
WA6IE8 BUFFET SLEEPERS
•XZ.'SHK KANSAS CITY
TO ALL POINTS
First Class Meals
AT OUN OWN
By the use of electricity exczvn-
tion of the moot sensitive teeth or
removal of live nerve* is accom-
plished absolutely without pain.
Perfect success is assured where
*11 other medicament* fail.
Office, No. 210 Main St.,
(up-Btairs), Denison, Tex
Da- J. B. BROOKS, of Hot Springs,
Arkansas, who hat tend a large cs-
prrtencs in the Cure of AlchoKciUrr.,
Opium Habit, ‘ ' “ '
AT HOT 8RRINCX
irritshility, from over
habitual use of dnms, or from any
cause whatsoever, the calming and
soothing effect of those natural hot
re utsequaled, sad i
I with an inbtlligsnt I
sffleted find more
i teen anywhere eh
Dr. J. B. BE00KS,
a *ew way to
_ January i6th, 1897, and
every day thereafter, *
THNII rauiu SLEEKI
PARIS at 5:20 p. m.
DALLAS at 8:50 p. m.
CLEBURNE at 10:50 p. tn.
FT. WORTH at 9:40 p *.
1 nn FBH^Worth will
G. C. 8 S. F. to CAMERON,
S. A. 4 A. P. to FLATONIA,
SO. PAC to SAN ANTONIO
Oa* chang* only, with direct esn.
north Tutu and San
o. r. A. Da c.111. m*v.
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