The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 4, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 20, 1894 Page: 3 of 6
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THE SUNDAY GAZETTEER.
SUPPLEMENT.—DENISON, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1894.
E1TE Sz STEITSOU’S
COMMENCING TO DAY, SATURDAY, MAY 19.
largest stock in north Texas.
give away, free of charge, 50 pairs Child’s and Boys’ Knee Pants, ages 4 to 14 years.
We hare engaged a sufficient number of supernumerary clerks so that all customers will be
waited on as promptly as possible.
BEIRNE & STENSON
P. S.—Several dofcen pairs of Chi' Wren’s Shoes will be given away between 8 and 9 o’clock this (Saturday) evening.
Officer* Elected for the Ensuing Year.
Monday night was warm and sul-
try and the city council chamber is
so situated that fresh air is at a pre-
mium, nevertheless the room was
crowded long hefore Mayor Yo-
com's gavel called the crowd to
order. The roll call showed thaf^
every member was in his seat.
A special committee reported
that the M. K. & T. R. R. com-
pany had been notified to place an
electric light at the crossing, corner
of Chestnut street and Armstrong
avenue. The report was received
and ordered filed. The next busi-
ness taken up was the election of
officers. The first office to fill
Mayor Yocom stated was secretary.
Hi. L. Thompson, L. W. Guiteau
and! W. J. Scott were placed in
ndorjination. Scott was elected on
the first ballot, the vote standing,
Guileau i, Thompson 3 and Scott
5.' (City attorney came next, with
three candidates, L. B. Eppstein, G.
T. Harris and H. L. Thompson.
The first ballot stood, Thompson 2,
Eppstein 3 and Harris 4. For the
five ballots Thompson received
vote, Eppstein 4 and Harris 4.
the seventh ballot Eppstein lost
vote and Harris gained one
thus electing him.
The candidates for street com-
misisioner were J. A. Prather, M.
Corcoran, J. VV. Fike, H. E. Peter-
son and P. J. Howe. Howe re-
ceived 6 votes, Corcoran 2 and Fike
1, thus electing Howe on the first
Tom Wright was elected
receiving five votes on the first bal-
ljotj J. B. Turner received two votes,
and A. G. Hall and John Keithv
on4 each. ’
j L. J. Culver got the position ot
garbage hauler over James Cronin,
ih# vote standing 6 to 3.
R. L. McWillie was elected city
engineer. Someone cast one vote
closed by passing an ordinance
) amending sec. 2 of an ordinance
providing for the issuance of 20-year
$25,000 5 per cent funding bonds,
and providing a fund for their pay-
ment, principle and interest.
Auction Sale of Texas Jersies.
On Tuesday of this week, May
15, at the fair grounds at Dallas, oc-
Memorial Day In Denison.
AILUBE OF MB.
Mr, M. H. Sherburne, made an
assignment Saturday last, naming J.
D. Yocorn as trustee. Mr. Sher-
burne is one of the oldest merchants
doing business in Denison. He
came to the city from Lawrence,
Kansas, in the spring of 1S73, and-
embaTked in the shoe business in a
franje building on the same lot
where the brick he now occupies
stands. About a year ago his large
stock of bjots and shoes was nearly
all destroyed by fire, and as he car-
ried only a small insurance, his loss
was heavy, and the present assign-
ment is the result. Mr. Sherburne
is one ot the best shoe men in North
Texas, possessed of indominable
energy, and has. the confidence of
everybody—too good a business
man to long remain idle—and the
Gazetteer expects to soon see
him on his feet again. The liabili-
ties are enumerated as follows :
Sam Berliner, San Antonio...........$343,00
S. A.: Gilbert, Denison ...............150.CO
Zelgler Bros., Philadelphia .....,... 176.00
Reynolds Bros., Utica, N. Y. (note) too 00
Reynolds Bros , Utica, N.Y. (acc’t) 372.00
Butt'6n Thurston, New York City.... 10.20
J. Kelly, Rochester, N. Y_______ ______25S 00
Rithoff' & Bethman.......................... 34-SO
E. 1*. Bowman.............. 3.50
Mound City Boot & Shoe Co.,
t St. Louis............................192.50
Douglass & Co., Brockton, Mass... 245 00
M’f’g. Book'Co., Philadelphia........ 26.20
Trextoii Shoe Co., Marshaltown, Pa 246.60
N. B. Cox & Co., Philadelphia.......136.5S
Western Boot &Shoe Co., St.Louis 153 25
Nat’l. Shoe Color Co., St. Joe, Mo.. 2.17
Hamilton Brown Shoe Co., St.
E. Bulhart, Dallas............................ 65.95
j Logan Co., Ft. Scott, Kan........... 32 00
;ailer ’! Blasfiland Co., St. Louis................... 95 05
1 ' 1 Magnetic Shoe Co............................ 4 67
Mr. Sherburne estimates the
assets at $5,000. The back rent,
and'S. A. Gilbert’s bill tor legal
services are the first accounts to be
paid, and the other accounts pro
curred the first consolidated auction
sale ot registered acclimated Texas
Jersey cattle by the Texas Jersey
Cattle Club. Denison was repre-r
sented by Messrs. Platter & Foster,
who furnished five cows and two
bulls lor the auction. The Denison
cattle sold as follows: “Daisy of
Gainesville,” No. S3552, 3 years
old, sold to F. P. Holland, of the
Texas Farm & Ranch, for $75.
“Trixie Royalisf of Lawn,” No.
76134, 3-vears, sold to W. A. Shaw,
“Baby Mine of Lawn,” No.
85,588, yearling, sold to G. W.
Dike, Farmersville, Collin county,
“Maraii Signal,” No. 84,419,
yearling, sold to G. L. Shumecker,
Dallas, for $ 145.
“Lassie Pogis of Lawn,” No.
84,410, 2-years, sold to W. R.
Spann, ot Dallas, tor $300.
“Harry Tormenter,” No. 36,359,
bull call, sold for $40.
“Coffee E,” No. 36,35s, bull calf,
sold to Mr. Wood tor $32.50.
The average sale of cows per head
Mr. Platter attended the sale, re-
turning home Wednesday. To a
Gazetteer reporter Mr. Platter
stated that the sale was a decided
success in every particular. It shows
that Texas people understand the
value ot Jersey cattle. As singular
as it may seem the sale demonstrates
the fact that thoroughbred cattle are
more valuable and bring better
money than thoroughbred horses.
Preparations for Memorial Day are be-
ing made as tast as possible, and the
prospect now is that there will be a very
large turnout. Everything is being done
that can be to make it; a memorable oc-
Memorial Sunday, Mav 27, services
will be held - in the McDougall opera
house at 2130-p. m. Rev. W. S. Hills,
oL the Congregational church, will
preach the sermon. Miss Maud Hume
will give recitation entitled, “The
Badge.” Music will be turnished by a
double quartette Lrom musicat numbers
especially gotten up fob-such occasions.
The memorial oration xariLL be pro-
nounced by Gen. J. C. Bigger, Junior
Vice Commander in-Chiet, G. AR., on
Memorial Day, May 30. in the atternoorV>.
This will be held in Forest Park The
ritualistic services of the G. A. R. will
be rendered in Oakwood cemetery. Di-
rectly alter the services in tire Park all
outlying ceinetaries will b- visited by >!e-
tachments and graves dec crated. Any
citizen knowing of a soldier's grave that
Jyks not heretofore been decorated is re-
quested to report the same or see that
the A.merican flag is placeo at the head
of the grave. The Denison Rifles have
accepted invitation to participate. The
public school children will all turn out,
and appropriate exercises will be held in
each school room on the morning of
May 30. Large floats, carrying torty-
five young ladies representing each state
and the Goddess ot Liberty, will appear
in the procession.
It is desired that all public buildings,
business houses and private residences
display the American flag at half mast.
All business men are also requested to
close their places of business, as a token
of respect tor the dead, during the pub-
lic exercises in the Pars.
Arrangements are being perfected tor
splendid music. The committee on
finance will call on citizens for contribu-
tions to defray expenses.
OflEAPEB BENTS DEMANDED.
The announcement made by Star &'
Grundstein that they will move to Wood-
ard street should be read by Main street
property owners as a hint that rents
should come down. Our merchants in
all branches of trade have suffered heavi-
ly the past two years because ot the
stringency of the times and the conse-
quent falling oft of trade, while rents
have, in most cases, continued at nearly
the same figures established before the
depression. The landlords who have
been getting generous incomes from old
customers for many years should meet
these men halfway und share the results
of small sales and small profits with them
by making liberal reductions in rent until
business improves. It owners ot business
houses don’t do this they will have no
out* to blame but themselves if others fol-
low fh<$>tur Store to Woodard. The Ga-
zetteer understands if more buildings
are requircaoo this street to meet the de-
mand certain moneyed men stand ready
to build them, and then rent them at fig-
ures that will astonish Main street owners
of business houses.
Joe Euper is making that justly
celebrated lemonade again this year.
Joe got his “start” selling lemonade,
and he makes it by that same old
On account of changes in time on the
M. K. & T. Ry., the mails will arrive
and close at the Denison postoffice as
12135 p. m., North ............
3:50 p. m., Fort Worth..
4:20 p. m., Hillsboro......
10:30 p. m , Sherman..............10:00 a. m.
4:20 p. m., Sherman...............I2;35p. m.
No changes in the Houston & Texas
Jas. R. Martin, P. M.
• 3:50 P- m.
12:20 p. m.
12 :os p. m.
fca?*That furniture polish at Jones
Bros, will make your old iurniture
Shine. A child can apply it. Get
A Useless Trip.
The auction sale Wednesday of a num-
ber ot standard, thoroughbred Missouri
horses at the Davis stable, corner ot Rusk
avenue and Chestnut street, attracted a
large number of farmers and citizens
from neighboring towns. The stock
Men are seen galloping horses up
Main street nearly every day, delivery
wagons are run hithei and thither over
the city as fast as the horses cajn pull
them, and fast trotters show theif speed
on our principal thoroughfares, ind all
this never seems to attract the attention
ot the police. It was reserved for Prof.
Johnstone to -be made an example^ of the
necessity of enforcing the letter, rjot the
spirit of the law. We suppose the
authorities acted in this case on the
j theory that he being a stranger they took
elected policemen: Tohn James, H.
Hackney, T. N. Skeen and John
P^nn. One of the old policemen,'
\V. A. East, is dropped, and his
place is taken by John Penn.
The fire department was filled as
follows: P. O’Tool, Wm. Miles,
John Murphy, John Shockley and
G. C. Stearns. There were eleven
Mat White was elected scavenger
on the third ballot over W. G. Pres-
ton, L. B. Eaton and Jo Brewer.
[>ome two or three months since a
»u.ng man from Southwest Texas dis-
| posed ot a lot ot stolen hoiises and mules
in Denison. The owner o|i the stock, a
tarmer residing in Uvalde tountv, by the
| assistance ot the sheritt,traced the proper-
1 rv to Denison, and only a tew days were
needed in gaining possession. The thief
i escaped but was soon caught, and- sub-
j pxienas were issued for Messrs. Preston,
| Skeen and Wood, ot this/citv, to testify
inibehalf of the state. These gentlemen
left Denison for San Antonio Monday,
arriving at the Alamo City early Tuesday
morning. They immediately repaired to
ttfe Bexar district court room, where and
; when they were intormedj that the young
man had entered a plea ot guilty and had
been sentenced to the stale’s prison. En
I route home Mr. Wood stopped ott to see
Why pay rent when you can buy
offered tor sale’was first-class, but owing J a hortie on such easy payments from
j Franz Kohfeldt, at H. Tone’s office
; 122 Main street? Building and loan
! stock taken in part payment.
the regatta, Messrs. Skeen and Pieston
j continuing the journey Vo Denison, airiv-
The business of the night was j Lome at noon Wedqesdaj,
to the stringency of money matters prices
ruled fair Among the purchasers were:
J. B. McDougall, G. L. Blackford, Dr. P.
Wilson, R. S. Legate, Dr. Feild, Dr.
Flemming, Jim Meadows, A. D. Bethard,
J. H. jN°,an & Sons, R. J. Danner, John
Culver, Tim Murphy, W. A. Clark, of
Durant: Dr. S. W. Smith, W. B. Mun-
son, John Dovle, C. S. Cobb, Dr. DeBow
and C- C. Calvert. Prices ranged from
$70 to $430 each. The stock was offered
tor sale bv Captain.E. W. Stevens, of
Pettis county, Missouri. Capt. Stevens
is one among the best horse men in Mis-
[ souri, and his stock has excellent parent-
’ age. Some of the stock was in the 3:30
; class. Rus Legate paid $150 tor “Cleve-
i land,” Dr. Feild $132 tor “Henrie Wil-
! lis,” J. M. Grant $145 tor “Joe Elmore,”
John Hines $120 tor "Ladv Pet,” R. J.
S Danner $235 for'.‘Charles Emmett,” W,
! B. Munson $140 for “Peacock.” “c'"-’
. went to VV
1 C. S. Cobb $150 for “Welcome.4
If you have lost your umbrella go to
King’s dry goods house and get it.
King advertises that umbrellas are recov-
ered there while vou wait.
If a party of 25 or 30 can be made up
for a trip to the Gulf for a few day’s fine
fishing and boating, J. J. Fairbanks says
he will secure a low rate for the trip
good for ten days.
’• 1 TE
} call a
Competition in Ice.
John Anderson, who was in Dallas one
day last week, says the W. J. Lemp Brew-
ing Company’s ice factory, now nearly
completea, will be one ot the largest in-
1 stitutions in the state, embodying all the
t latest improvements and most economical
I methods for the manufacture of ice. He
also informs the Gazetteer that they
will put up a large ice house in Denison.
; They expect to put their delivery wagons
I on the streets sometime in July, when
! they will furnish ice in any quantity to
j private consumers in any part or the city.
A. Clark, ot Durant, for $150,
---- a 4*
L^You can get linoleum for
your office at cost at Jones Btos.
Kirk Fairbanks is a proud father. A
little girl made her appearance at his
home last Monday at 2 o’clock; weight
eight pounds. Kirk, the Gazetteer
The best five-cent cigar in the
United States is now on sale m Den-
ison, “The Vanderbuilt.” tf
Bob Wier made a bad break when he
attempted to arrest the auctioneer for
disposing ct horses at public vendue at
Jerrv Nolan’s stable last week. In the
first place he' attempted to make the ar-
rest without a warrant, and in the second
place the law does not require a person
to take out a license before he can sell
his private property at public vendue.
At the meeting of the city council
Monday night W. T. Yocom was re-elect-
ed chief ot the fire department. There
was little or no opposition to Mr. Yocom
but in the department a number ot new
names are to be found. In fact more
changes were made among the firemen
than in any other division ot the public
N g BIL
The Herald says Ed Jamison shot a
bird last Monday, while the latter was
“setting” in a tree. A strange place to
store ot Dexter & &cotL_______Un
August 14 baked sweet potatoes,
the first of the season, formed a Dart
pepsla, indigestion, hot dry skin, pain in
back and between the shoulders, chills
and fever, etc? If you have any of these
svmntoms vour liver is out of order, and
ana waixea at a rapia rate to tne
rear, turned into the doctor’s office
and through into the rear room or
It is the cheapest blood-purifier
because it is the best.
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 4, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 20, 1894, newspaper, May 20, 1894; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571480/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.