The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 2, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 6, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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-A. H. Norris,
service* At It A.
,‘j Sunday School at
Ko service* next Sunday
M. E. Church.—Sunday School
at 9:30 a. no., instead of 3 p»~ro., aa
Preaching at tt a. no.
and 8 p. no., by tha pactor. Holy
communion at the dose of the morn'
ing service. Evening sermon to
young men, subject, “Profanity.”
Public cordially invited. Young men
espccimlly invited to evening service.
C. W. Haxoxtt, Pastor.
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Boys* clothing at the Star Store.
Youtbe* ciotbiag at tba Star Store.
Childmi’aMite'at dm Star Store.
Peaches are beginning to turn.
Denison 4* short on the cotton gin
All shades of summer silks at the
C3omm y i /i 1 *-, c ■ jf i ' \ \
The best line of infant’s shoes can
be found ft the Star Store.
No domestic baits offered at the
Star Storf.. rr /■
Men’s sobby straw hats at the Star
Store. i\- ■ ••
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youths’ summer hats at
Twooty-five cents wilt buy a nice
lady's kid glove at the Star Store.
.% Fifty cent kid* gioves, slightly
damaged, form* price $a, at the
^ Star Storf. ^ •.
Eighteen cents for all shades bust*
ings, former price 35 cents, at the
Star StMf^ '
Embroidered handkerchiefs lor la-
dies, at *5 cent*, value 40 cents, at
the Star Store.
There are non new roof# in the
third ward than old ones. -7—^
Hon. R. S. Stevens, congressman
elect from Utica, M. Y.? yu at the
Southern hotel in Rl Louis laat
week. He was formerly connected
with the M. K. 4 T. railroad, as
general manager, bat is now n pa-
tron of imported stock and extensive
agricultural implements. Co). Ste-
vens on Monday evening received a
cable dispatch advising him of the
safe arrival at Queenstown of his son,
Fred Stevens, who will visit London
and the Continent with, e view of im-
porting Holstein stock to tbeir New
that $io joke
A. LaBeaume to
toe on J. H.
font, alias Rob
A huge cabbage is displayed in A,
R. Collins and Co.’s office tabled
Fair bank’s Country
Specifications I Jr aewcxttte yard*
have been received. They will be
built between the Me. P. and Cen-
tral tracks, just com of the compress
of Waco, was tendered tr reception
at the residence of If r. Geo. B. Sage,
The building for the engine bonce
and trestle for the new tank at H
ot the Mo. P.
Bern tp Mr. and Mrs. Philander a
boy; Aunt fane attending.
The hello phone is getting pretty
thoroughly distributed over the city.
Mr. Stteeper is buisy dressing curb
stone for the proposed i
ot Main street.
Chas. Teflore, while cattle-bunting
at Limestone Gap last Saturday
week, came upon the body of an un-
known man partly eaten by bus-
sards. A bullet had entered bis left
side end passed clsUr through. He
is supposed to be from Arkansas
and Mi have bad one thousand dollars
in bis possession when killed, though
the body end clothes were too far
gone to fully inden&fy him. JB
Sam and Noth Parridge were
plowing together in their field, near
Tuba, I. T., and Were, at opposite
ends when Noah heard a shot fired
and looking around saw his brother
fall dead from a (hot fired from the
brush. It is not known who did the
shooting, but it is thought to bo the
result of the late war. Sam must
have seen hie murderer, for be bad
Some one was berating Bob Si-
mons for getting around so tatejn
the morning with his milk. "Yon
don’t understand it,” Bob replied.
MYoa see the other milk men have
taufoke their rounds before daylight
to be certain tbeir customers will use
the milk for breakfast.” As Ms will
keep, be takes .Ms regular morning
nap and makes bis rounds ct bts
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It is a mistake; John Jones is not
bniiding anew house. The peculiar-
ity of this t tats men t lies, in the fact
that be ie about the only man in
Denison who is not building either
ao addition, or an entirely now rest-
donee. Denison has it bad, you
bet ! We mean foe building mania,
end it is impossible to keep up with
the demand. Beside every pile of
ham her on vacant lots in town, there
is a family camped, waiting for the
to get enough nailed
can move in.
“A Void Waiting,’' beads a 1
at the Postoffice delivery, sod
of the waiters outside the wi
daily realise its aptness.
: Out on Woodlawn Boulevard it
looks like grading a new railroad,
tan many men and teams are busy
putting in culverts and leveling up.
The advertisement of Phil Ledrick
& Co. appears in this issue. The
advertisement of thin enterprising
Furniture Emporium wes omitted
last week by mistake.
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Fbur new houses have been built
in Deniroii every day for a hundred
day,, and yet we are only starting in
the house building
The water is undermining the cul-
vert ou j 8kiddy street, corner of
Rusk avenue. A little work st once
will save considerable after while.
Now, Mr. Hall, tote fair! By all
enforce the sidewalk ordi-
Hie Waterworks CM. have over
40,000 bricks in stock ready to burn.
The contract calls for 400,000.
His honor, Judge Cook, baa added
a comforti bis looking front to his
residence beyond the railroad.
The new cemetery wiH bo cor
nected by telephone with the ei
got after the
Get Company at the Council meet-
ing list week. When be came to foe
of bills aa Chairman of
Alky Committee he
to the feet that car-
taii; street lamps were not burning
foe darkest nights, and proposed 10
deduct $ so from the bill raodcrod far
“*< Mrs. Sadia J. Wilkins will please
accept tba thanks ot the Gassttbs*
for files ok the Dally American, of
We are in receipt of a handsome
36-page catalogue, of the Rosedale
Nurseries, Branham. It beers foe
imprint of Frederick R. Carrick,
Branham __ ,
if you want something a little ex-
tra in tbn line ot canned and spiced
meats, pickled fish, chipped dried
beef, extra quality cheese and staple
groceries of all kinds, send orders to
The ortillery company go to Red
River to-day, it is said*, for target
practice, but we have our doubts
about this being the only thing they
go for. __
The picnic of the Sunday Schools
ot the Presbyterian and
tharchfle, which sye*, to hero
off Saturday, was postponed on ac-
count of the very unpleasant day.
The Judge has
stand to the rear
sad thought mischievous boys must
beers extingnished them the two
ttfehts Mr. Oursnd alluded to. A
compromise was effected by deduct-
ing $i.7i from the Ml), when it wee,
approved, end the usual routine of
buaincM was proceeded with.
Will some one please inform us
the exact date at wbioh time propr
erty owners Witt be compelled to re-
move tbeir fences from the streets.
On foe pretext of improving with
shade trees, patties have set tbeir
faeces out in the street, sometimes
as far as the center, and there they
have remained year altar year, until
they begin to believe they, own It.
The Attention of the Council has
been drawn to fout time end again,
and they have instructed and resolv-
ed,and moved, end talked, which
has ell ended in nothing baing done.
Either the streets belong to the city
or the people. U the people own
them, let’s all fence them in. If the
city owns them, then tell private
parties to get off, and put them off,
building, but the gloom is dissipated
by the intellectual sad spiritual light
disseminated by the standard period-
icals displayed on his counter. i - ^
Brother Larkin remembered the
GazxtTbxx again laat week wtifr-s
fine lot ok choice strawbe-riea. They
were the largest berries we have
seen this season, and With the addi-
tion of cream aiut sugar made a dish
•fit for a prince.
Mr. P. O’Donnell, who eras cut
in ttoe abdomen by Mike Glenn, wes
not as seriously hurt as st first feared.
He came down stsira Friday, even-
ing, bet was very nervous, and only
remained long enough to drink a
Keudeaoe for Bala. \
A few days age, a man going by
the name of George Wagoner, pur-
chased Dr. Williams’ drug store at
Pottsborn, taking posaeaaioo of the
premises before making payment.
He also purchased s lot of lumber of
Mr. Gabbaid, with whfch !p buitd an
addition, and a bill of goods, includ-
ing paints, oils, 1
of this city. Dr.
ered laat Monday
new druggist bad decs
unknown, kaviag previously
the counters, shelving, etc., in tky^
store and sold them; indeed the
place was completely gutted, to use
a rather vulgar but forcible expres-
sion. Tba other parties alluded to
are folk with the hag to hold, ere un-
nance, but begin where it is most
needed, at Ike Alamo, and -take ’em
regularly. > ' ~
The season is almost here when
the streets will haee to be worked,
under the admirable law which com-
pels the poor man to labor in front
of the rich man's property.
• Mr.Dumphy baa forty houses piped
for gas, on streets which have no
mains. Early in the summer he ex-
pects to! ptit down a mile of new
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Our lumber men report selling
mab£&«I for from five to six houses
every day, while the hardware men
have the akin rubbed off tbeir fingers
raking nails into the scale pad.
Would you call that a boom?
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A clergyman remarked to us the
other day,' “The Gasbttkxk has
started out aa the best paper in the
city,” at the same time banding
over the cash as a subscriber.
The last legislature
a number of friends last Thursday
evening. Daneing and music was
enjoyed by those present.
Blanchard Hanna lea res to-day
for an extended southern tour in the
interest of his bealtn, bat more es-
Rev. A. H. Norris, pastor of the
Baptist church, will leave for Waco
Tuesday, to be absent a week.
Hon. Erast us Wells, ^-Congress-
man from St. Louis, was in the city
Saturday. He was accompuemd by
Edwsrd Marston, E*q., a brilliant
■, also ot St. Louis,
gentlemen are visiting the
State on a brief tour of pleasure.
Miss Henrietta Phelan, of St.
Louis, te in the city, visiting Mrs. J
A. Wilkinson. She will remain
Miss Nellie Roe left Saturday for
Caddo to spend a week at Caddo
Springs, on a pleasure trip, v,
R. G. Halt, of Sherman, was in
the city Wednesday. v
Brink" Morris, of Sherman, was
Over among hisfriends Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Bennett went
to Bonham Thursday on a visit, to,
be gone a week.
The Misses Cockrell , of Sherman,
paaaed through the city Thursday,
ea route for Missouri, where they go
to spend the summer with relatives.
Mrs. M. A. Blair, who has been
spending several months on a visit
to friends and relatives in Missouri
and Illinois, returned laat Tuesday.
She was accompanied home by her
daughter, Miss Carrie, who baa bean
attending school at Chillicothe, Mo.,
during foe past fall and winter.
H. D. Mirick arrived in the „city
Saturday, and was cordially wel-
comed by many old friends.
Got. R. S. Stevens will arrive in
Denison to-morrow. f
Mr. Joe Brutscbe the - popular
Adams Express sgont, is confined to
his room with inflammatory rheuma-
tism. f ■ f
Min* Carrie Her they, well known
in Denison society, who has been
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed. J.
Smith, of Fort Worth, accompanied
by her mother, passed through Den-
ison Saturday for their Philadelphia
Prof. J. U. Bigger#, of White-
wrigbt, was in the city Saturday and
paid the Gaxbttbbx office a call.
a flour ishi
this spring, a large and
boo, is enjoying a four days lay off.
Miller, at Atoka,
at Durant, ware in foe
Four candidates ware put through
the initiation ceremonies of the O. R.
C. laat Sunday.
All the Conductors who laid
to attend the Ball and
wed eat be members of
Oar school is of such
ortance that it should
from all business,
politics. We Haro wn-
> would make ex-
hut who never
would accept foe position of counciI-
mcn. Why should not Denison take
advantage of this law aad get A No.
1 talent in her board of school direc-
tors, independent of the council ?
That wonderful “boom” of Um
Herald-News on Friday morning
amounts to simply this: The first of
July the grade ot the Denison post-
office will be raised from e third to
a second-clsM office. By a law of
Congress, second grade offices must
be in a building occupied by no
other business, eed for which the
government pays the rent. Mr.
Daugherty la informed by th# de-
partment at Washington that Judge
Foster, Chief Inspector of postofices
lor Texas, now at Austin, will be in
Denison tt* about a month to make
the necessary arrangements for the
change. The government will no*
erect a building, hut a suitable brick
building will be selected under the
instruction of Mr. Foster, or possibly
some private individual will erect
one for the pupose. The room must
be supplied with Yak boxes, similar
to the sample ones recently put up,
and furnished aa the Department reg-
ulations requires This ia all there is
of it. The Gaxxttbbx xloes not
pronounce the renting of +- more
roam, or the erect top of a but tines*
house a boom, such enterprises are
too common ia this city to requi re
morn than a passing notice.
Extra Conductor, M. M. Leeper,
takes Conductor Lasher’s ran daring
his absence East.
John Conner takes
Ward’s train whik Will looks up bk
friends and relatives In the sooth
Conductor Tern Brennan takes a
fow weeks lay off, and will whik
away the time among the orange
groves of Florida.
Walter Bernard, Chief Clerk at
the Mo. Pkdtc Superintendent’#
office, has gone north on a brief
visit. -' - ' i
Conductor Carpenter, of the Jef-
ferson Section, k taking lathe town
with the boys.
Dispatcher A). Bogner’a wife de-
livered to him last week a massage
thusly—it’s a girl, and favors its
The next event in foe way of
pleasure for the railroad folk a, ia a
grand excursion and picnic to the
Conductor O. S. Darlington ia
confined to his room with an attack
of bilious of fever.
Conductor F. M. Anderson, Den-
ison Section, is taking a root for a
L. A. Daffaa k building an ex-
tensive addition to hk residence. He
has one of the most Attractive place*
Reports from , the C&iaon Bell,
under the auspices of the Lime Star
Division ol the Order of Railway
Conductors, shows it to have been a
grand success.—Gainesville Reg in-
Conductor C. S. D. Briggs, for-
merly running on the Mineole
Section Mo. Pacific, ia now filling
a similar pofifoML between Sedalia
warts Taylor, an old time
soman, has been hand-shaking with
his many friends during last week,
ddlng, two stories Swart* is now bolding the position
Fin# six-room residence, good cis-
tern, well of soil water, stable, bug-
gy hov»e, etc.; four lots with *00 ®°nsumed during
feet frontage. Located in a dmits*
Me part of the citj. Apply to J. M.
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The question came up in the
Coun«il Thursday night as to how
many school bond coupons were
floating around. Mr. Tone remark-
ed he knew of one $>5 coupon that
was floating' about somewhere as he
lost one the other day between hk
office and the bank.
doubt it a half doaeo wer
the fact. ' It took ire f
from last Thursday night, sad arm
the first session ot
the new City Council. - We dent
know, however, that there m any
significance ia the coincidence.
The executive council in session st
Tahlequah last week decided to com-
mute the sentence of
was Id have been
There was a um when Denison
needed foreign capital to take hold
and assist in the erection of faetories
here. That day ia paaaed. There ia
enough mooev at heme - to build nil
abend. There ia a grand
for a paper mitt, nil mitt and fetfndry
in this eity.
The Gaxxttbu k m receipt ef
Blossom, who tU foe tndw
bang April tfo to j nrodent Pulpit, a forge aad haad-
pwbkehed st Ween,
by James D.
building in ikkcity would -be hailed
with Relight by owT cmscoa. The
pottefflee is now eclipsed by tfce
multiplicity of business enterprises
ie the foreground. A book store, a
confectionery and fruit bnsaar, a
news stand, a cigar, store, and a
jewelry establishment, all in foil
blast iat the nmne time, ia a little too
much for the neryot ei an average
business ossa who has daily trannac-
tm«ta with the department. .Then
there k Sherburne’s picture gallery,
with a monopoly on the vacant walk
square $5) to fascinate
boys, who an expected to
ssajbe speedy trenail for the mad.
Give us a postoffice solitary aad
alone, by all means, aad
tain oar dignity as •
city that we are.___
The GAXsTTxam wiU open a col-
umn next issue, devoted to floricul-
ture and ornamental ganhaiag. |hc
editor hope* to have the
futty rrotarofo Vo tomn in Texas
k sous In beautiful flower gardens
and conservatories than Draiioa,
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to our pa-
high, forty by sixty feet.
The Gazxttkxx secetved a call
Friday evening from Major J. M.
Came, traveling correspondent ot foe
New York Mail. Mr. Came took
notr* while in the eity, and faith
he’ll print’em. \ | ; J
Roxyy Moon was the lucky man
for the smoker’s outfit, at John Ou-
rand’s Friday tvening, throwing for-
ty two. Col. Thomas Jefferson
Crooks was just behind with forty-
Mr M. C. Orton, superintendent
of construction for the Holly Water
Works Co., in Texas, paid our city
a visit last week. He inspected the
grounds where foe Denison Water
and Supply Company expect to get
their water, aad expressed hk opin-
ion that an abundant water supply
would he obtained ; he also gav« ii as
his opinion the fifty foot well the
company are putting down, will
furnish all the water the city wiU
consume for several years.
Col. Boudmot, the celebrated In-
dian editor, was in town on Wednes-
day, spending the day among his
friends. * }
The Colonel k as active and en-
ergetic as ever, as live and wide-
awake as formerly, and as tear lessen
the utterance of bk views as when
they threatened hk life ten years ago.
The Colonel is one of God’s noble-
men, and it jean hour well spent to
sit iu hk company and listen to hi*
experience ef years agoae. When
a man can utter hk sentiments calm-
ly, looking down the muscle of a six
*hooter, aad not warp hit opinions
to suit the surroundings, we say that
k tbehind ol man to tie to. Colonel,
come agqin. J
The Lighting's Freak.
About tea o’clock
during the severe
ning struck s tree in Mr. M. V.
Heck's yard, in the southwestern
part of the city, for which a wire
clothes line was attached,
followed the wire to the
tore off the weafodMmmrdmg, aad
watt paper. A bedstead was stand-
ing in the room against foe wall, the
kgs of which were tom off by foe
shock. Throe children were sleep-
ing in toe bed, but they were an*
harmed, two of foe children not even
~ Everybody knows Texas k aeattk
country. If is not nscsssary for
some half-witted c*ka to put barbed
win around a true box, where a
child will get its face torn, tn caw-
vinca the world we rake plenty ef
In foe rafo of I
h has hern difficult for
to toll where they live. Thk
be e convenient seem
tag property owners 10 nuc
1 houses, and for tha city to put names
on the street c outers.
Mr. J. J. Fail banks has purchased
fruit farm, just east of
tie k one of the hast
usd wife kit
New York City, to be
There will be e trip hammer and
thirty pieces of new machinery in the
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change, and bold out
encouragement to little capitalists—
say $i<ooomea? . n
Again; do not simply paw the art
end keep quiet about it. Noise it
srauadAell it everywhere: make a
fuss about It: whoop it up. It/will
be money in your pocket, people i n
your city, growth 10 your community
sad satisfaction in your souk
It k just as easy to have ij«ooo
people living ia Denieots *e 7,000, if
we pat oar shoulders to fo># wheel,
give e good grunt, end heave rttor
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ttisxrt * to
WI WILL OFFKR 1
on the Northern
Division of the Mo. Pacific Railroad.
T.yfftJou C tor |MBC8 wCfttmtOg Of UM
Narrow Gauge, and wife, who have
been visiting Mrs. Scanlon's father
and mother, and whik here attended
the Conductors Ball, kft lor tbeir
McKinney home fort Friday morn-
tag. ! "f
Parscnger Conductor W. H. Ward,
leaves to-day rt a visit to friends in
Houston, San Antonio, New Or-
leans and other southern cities.
Will k a good fellow, hard worker
and deserves this turloogh of several
Dr. J. W. Jackson, superintend-
ent of foe Missouri Pacific Railway
Company's Hospital at Sedalia, was
down fort week looking after matters
connected with the hospital.
The Mo. Pacific force arrived
upon the ground on Thursday with
six tan ms aad bog an operations on
the new shops. A still forger force
of men and teams left Sedalia on
Wednesday to assist in foe work.
The Sherman Damocrat says il is
reported that Maurice Green k to be
appointed agent ot foe H. &T. C.
freight office at that place, vice Mr.
' Mr. A. Willey, the popular route
agent on the Denison and Houston
run, was presented by his wile Sa
urday morning with a fine eight
pound boy baby. Mrs. Wilky aad
the littk one are doing well.
Charley Williams, who has been
under the weather about tea day*,
was on foe street* again Saturday,
and will go on Ms run Monday.
Johnny Adams has gone to Pitts-
burg, as an important witness in n
Frank Cordray has branched out
in the cigar aad tobacco business in
A# the fort council meeting City
Secretary Radeleft reported the re-
sult of the census taken to be 7,593.
In a minks conversation, Mr.
that be has used every
to have the result perfect,
and baa the written namaa ot ever
/person on the list, except probably
two dosen section hands, who ate
abaeat aj!l day from the city.
care baa been taken to
from exaggeration, aa such
a course always makes foe future
census unpleasant. Qf thk we have
a notabk example in another town
ia the county, which claimed to hare
found somewhere between 10,000
end 13,000, and would have fouud
more if they bad not been stopped*
Mr. Radeleft further states that
there arc ever son more men engaged
upon the railroad, who come and go,
sleep in cabooses, and eat at restau-
rants, whom he cannot include as
citiseas, and yet who are such, claim
citizenship and vote here.
We may pot the actual population
SKVXM THOUSAND BIGHT HUMDXXD.
The United States census taken in
1880, gave us a population of 4-400,
although thiy ws* imperfect to the
extent of probably 4oo. Our popu-
lation at tint time was much nearer
5,000 than 4,000*
Yet taking 4*400 aa our population
in 1880, it shows aa increase of over
SvfpO «* «*«• ,
per year since that time
This growth he* hero steady, and
totally free from any speculative In-
Picnic parties for the part week
have been the order of the day. On
Friday a part? of young kiirs and
gentlemen, well provided with every-
thing nice to eqt, kft about 9 o’clock
a. m. for the wildwoods to spend
the day. No accidents occurred, »nd
of course ail enjoyed themselves.
A party of young Indira aatd gea-
8 tkmen went picnicing last Thursday,
and returned to the city about eight
o’clock, giving a grand open air
concert. They managed during the
day to karn several airs, and when
tendered by the baqd with violin ac-
companiment, sounded really well,
aad no doubt wsxe very much ea-
The society oomposed of young
ladies called the Big G and little
w., met at the residence of Mr. W.
B. Simpson, Saturday evening.
Aside from the usual programme,
which consisted of recitations, sing
ing, dialogues, music, etc., the youn*
ladies indulged in a contest of mak-
ing fancy needle work. The result
ha* a$t yet been decided.
Tfie success of the: Banquet and
Ball Monday night must have been
highly gratifying to the members of
the Order of Railway Conductors ol
•on had its growth
seen its best
From our general trade we will
raters which evt
in avoiding small
Thera baa beau displayed on the
editorial tahfo far several days,
forge aad very beautiful
sent to the editor with the
Aments of Mrm. India W ilkin*. The
rae very large, mad* up of
ledge end practice.
ere only in their
cab be seal out a* *
It ia fart
to have a
We shall try ear
Boys, Mb's ait
ITS THK WAm
Tbn Latest Novelties in Hen,
SILK, LJSUS AND
An Elegant Line Jn* Opened et
thk city and, vicinity and more espe-
cially jto the Committee
mental upon whose sh
of tbelfobor devolved.
mittee was as loliows: Wro. Moon,
There have been no exciting, at-
tractive schemes, or promises, or al-
lurements, to draw a greater papula-
tion her* than was needed, or could
Chairmen, W. H. Ward, W. M.
Boggs, W. AI Stimson, J. H, Mar-
tin and R. 8. Harnett. The enter-
tainment wits • success financially as
well as socially, notwithstanding no
expense was spared to add to the
brilliancy of the occcaaion. All
bills have been paid and a small bal-
ance remains in the treasurv-
Mr. Frank Brunei! gave a very
enjoyable hop Thursday,, night, in
the new brick building just finished,
00 west Main street There were
about fifty couples present, and all
enjoyed themselves splendidly. The
music was furnished by Prof. Ros-
enborg’s string hand in their usual
good atyte. Mr. Mike Yawraan of-
ficiated as floor manager and acquit-
ted himself very creditably. Among
thorn present were Mrs. Hutton,
McGinn, Moore, Warner, Wilson,
Husted and Campbell. Misses Bow-
ling, Brunett, Gutstey, Beardsley,
Lease, Huttoq, Shuel, Hewitt, Pml-
lips, and many other ladies whose
names we failed to get. Among the
gentleman were Mr. J. P. Leeper,
Parham, Jim Simpson, Cox, Mitch-
ell, Chiles, Billy Campbell, S. M.
Campbell, McLaughlin, Chapman,
Brunett, Beebe, Hsfoti, Pecor, Hitr
herd, Hardenburg, Moore, McGinn*
Maker, and many more. Dancing
tasted until tour o’clock in the morn-
ing, and all were were sorry it could
not ISM longer.
WATCHES, JEWELERY, 1
i AOs’*. I
Cor. Main and Austin Ave.
j%4:I *■ :Mt
A young U4 scutlmenisl lady of
Utica, who is very particular where
she k left to rot, nhs written this
request: “Do not lay me down by
the rippling brook’s side,. teat the
babbling lovers wake me from my
dreams, nor in the beautiful came-
lries in th# valleys, test sight,
conning over epitsphs distrset me
but let my tart sleep be under the
counter of the mercbseVsnd business
men generally who never advertise.
There is the peace which pease th all
understanding, and • deep steep on
which neither the buoyant footfall of
youth nor the weary shuffle and drag
of old age Will aver intrude.’
The Clark Bro.’e, who spread the
repast for the guests of the Order of
Railway Conductors’ Tuesday night,
deserve much credit for the* hand-
some manner In which they per-
formed tbeir trying duties. Ttwy
had only two day* to make all then
preparations, with a depleted market
to draw from, and yet the repast we*
4 s#d the supply
days. Other towns around us were
booming and drawing away our hope.
Hardly • community estate In s hun-
dred miles that has not an old Deni-
sonian in it.
To have sa increase of population
when such attractive inducements
are offered elsewhere, proves conclu-
sively that there exists in tea city tba
ability to sustain the population.
Our support comm partially from
the general trade of the country,
hugely from our fruit interest,
mostly from foe railroad
i incream of any of
and there k an abundance ol
new going eta
■, which will stop sad woadkr
day, why it doesn’t come to
WiU give to the LADIES of
which were bought 1
note prim aad don’l
will only be sold
ladies' Lisle Thread Gltfro* <
ladies Mitts worth 6< cents
in ladies' Hip Bustles
in ladrct’ Hooo Skirts i
gent’s Unlaundried Start* won
ladies* Chemise worth $i.lf «L____
ladies’ Whit* Skirts worth ffs.oo each now
alts was receiv-
of hi* friends
carried of foe wooden c£gar
tocary dealers, as Gaii
A. Jacobs has at
st in thk ksue that it woeid
l for our readers to examine
t to sficr easterners they will do
well to iaad.
Our to cent Towel sells fkewhete for *o
cent R. R. Caps ate da kies,
nts and domestics as cheap as any
•Don’t forget to examine
' ^■ s -
to the eity.
raffia at John
bouse in D#a-
e variety of
eked up ie a
usually kept by
MATTINGS AMD BOGS.
wars and carefully
k \ ‘ ■ jl
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