The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 15, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 5, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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i factory. Mr. ,'
Mid Dixie Crook* «•* visiting friend*
in Sherman last week.
Mr*. Geo. Dugan and daughter, were
visiting T. I. Crook*’ family MM week.
Mis* Nettie Bennett wu visiting friends
In Clarksville, Texes, lest week.
HU* Lottie Tar lor returned *a*t week
from n visit to her father at hia sheep
ranch in Kfmw
The G. anjl W. Club have discootin-
ot the beat bran* corn oh hand. We
have seen uflw of Ms work, and thcv
wilt compare favorably with the heat
eastern production*. Mr. Hnittet i* a
thoroughly practical workman, and has
f Denison, Texas, Aug. 4th, 188a $
Daring oar great closing out sale we have aceurau
lated a great many * .V*,/,
a full supply of
And to give our stock a thorough cleaning out, we will
ON MONDAY, AUGUST 5th
And daring the whole week, offer
consisting of all kinds of
for * few dtyt, though he is all O. K.
and on deck a* usual now.
Wa congratulate our neighboring city
o» Sherman upon encoring the services at
Mr. N. Somerville as superintendent of
their public schools. We would have
much preferred to see him retain-
ed in Denison, but a majority of the city
Joe Bryant, sheriff of the Chickasaw
nation, was in the tity last week and call-
ed on the Gutmn and before leaving
left an order for job work and a subscrip-
tion to the Gaxeman.
Mr. Nat Wilbur, formerly a march ant
of Pcnieoo, but who resides' in Gaines-
ville, was in tike city last weak, renewing
Mr. Sam Henderson, a brother of
stats senator Henderson, and a promi-
nent lawyer oi Bryan. Texas, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
home from Hot Springs.
Mr. J. B . Wilde returned from a visit
to Hot Springs, Thursday, where be had
been to see if the baths would not cure
hi* rheumatism. He reports himself
Mr. Gao. L. Tuthill, representing the
St. Louis Paper Company, was In the
city Thursday and sold quits a bill of sta-
tionery to Murray’s Steam Printing
Mr. P. S. Lewald, representing B.
Thai]man's ink works of St. Louis, was
among the callers oa - the Gaxxttxxx
last week. Wa will put Mr. L. against
any man on the road for old. worn out
J. J. Collies, now doing business in
Kansas City, wa* la tbs city test week
hand-shaking with bis old friends and
telling them what he knows about thing*
generally in Kansas and Missouri.
Our next door neighbor, Howard Han-
na, after an absence of three weeks, visit-
ing relatives in Chicago, returned 'house
last Thursday. The trip baa done How-
ard good, and ha now makes pills with a
vimt bathe never died before.
James Poole, one of ttte politest and
most upright colored etdaens of Denison,
is the delegate from Denison Lodge No.
1996 to the Grand Lodge of Colored Odd
Fallows, which convenes la Marshal,
Texas. Jim leavna next Friday to be pres-
ent at the opening of the union.
ON STOCK MUST BE SSLS REBARDLESS OF SSSTI
And Strictly for Cash!
Remember our GREAT REMNANT SALE ON
MONDAY, AUG. 6TH, and to continue from day to
day until our Stock is closed oat. Every Remnant marked
in plain figures. Gall early and see us. You will not regret
doing so. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
Anticipating as usual a great rush, we have secured
additional help mad will be prepared to wait on all. Thank-
ing our patrons for past favors and hoping to see you all
MONDAY, we remain,
Your obedient servants,
Pas body fund, visited our city in 1876
soon altsr Mr. Somerville got the schools
wall organised, and was so wall pleased
with their condition end prospects that
ha appropriated from the funds la hi*
hands an annual donation to assist in its
Npilntenance for f»ur years, amounting in
ch to Ijlm Jit Wan owing greatly to
Mr. Somerville's personal exertion^, that
we secured this fund the last two years,
wittiout which the schools Could not
retary of the Interior, a copy of
which was furnished us by Mr. H.
Godfrey, of Colbert, may prove in-
teresting 10 many of our readers:
Dkpartmxnt or thk Int axiom, >
Washington, D. C., July 17, Bj. 5
Tb the Commissioner of Indian affaiis;
Six—I return herewith the enclosures
which accompanied your letter of the
lotii inst. in relation to the right* of
white persons who have married mens-
hers of Choctaw or Chickasaw tribes of
Indians, hut not Hi accordance with their
laws, having been married In the states
and in accordance with the law of the
location where the ceremony was per-
formed. In the psrticular rasa per-
senled—that of Mr, Jaa. H. Franklin.
It appears that Franklin, a white man
residing in Texas contracted marriage
under the laws of the state of Texas with
a Chickasaw Indian woman in 1874: that
at that time the law regulating marriaga
with the Chickasaw Nation required that
the citisens of the United States should
have been a resident of the Chickasaw
Oountry for two years previous to said
It also appears that after the marriage
Mr. Franklin, bv choice of hie wife,
moved into the Chickasaw nation, where
they hare resided ever sine*, and been
recognised at n citisen, served on Juries,
voted, drawn annuities and once acted as
district judge pro tem; that he has over
300 acres pf land under cultivation j baa
|| Staam Printing House wUi
r* few days the largest and Aw-
.dyartislag card* ever
These cards are all the
b^e been run to exceed six months
Mr. Somcrvltys has had large and va-
ried experience as an educator sad we
hired no doubt will build up a graded
system of school* la Sherman that will
be a credit to the city, If he ha* the assis-
tance Am from its influential citi-
seen in Denison
go, and suitable for any class of business.
Elder Wm. Mclatine will begin a tw*
weeks protracted meeting two and one-
halt miles southeast of Denison, at Che
Desvoign school house, the third Sunday
j <pf * our city is
in addition to the
frv* neglected in our last issue, on *0-
wst of being rushed, to return our most
Mfcartfclt and hungry thanks to that prince
of good follow*—Frank Larkin for two of
the flaaat tnuskmelona wo have seen this
prived of his citixenshto, It further ap-
pears that th« law regulating marriages
la the Chickasaw nation above noted,
which was in effect up to the time of
Mr. Franklin's marriage, has been re-
pealed, and a license is now required in-
stead of residence, for which license a
fee of $09 la charged.
Hie District Attorney of the Chick-
asaw* has lately delivered an opinion as
df.ara:i. j OiiJ-g'i Jr '
IOKOWfu f -
"A marriage contracted or solemnised
between citiaen* of the United States and
a member of the Chickasaw Nation with-
out a license would he null and void and
the parties subject to indictment for liv-
ing out of wethock, and a malhage con-
tracted by sad: parties under the juris-
diction and laws of any other govern-
ment. though legal between the parties,
would confer no Indian rights to the
The question of the right of citisens of
the United States in the Nation under
outside marriages with the members of
the Chickasaw Nation is presented to
your office by agent Tuft, particularly in
regard to the caar ri Mp. Franklin and
Our citisens have this week enjoyed
one of the rarest of treats to an inland
town—the presence of a first-class tbeat-
riefil troupe. *
Mr.! J. G. Stutta, a famous actor him-
self, ably assisted by a bright galaxy at
artists, has fairly won the heart of our
people. Night after night the large au-
diences gathering at DieU’s Hall have
shown their appreciation of the splendid
talents of his troupe.
Mite Kills Mormon as Lady Isabel in
‘*R**t Lynne” brought the tears to many
an eye by her perfect delineations of pas-
sion. Her parte in all the otbet pieces
are tame indeed, es compared with this.
It thif she seems to throw her whole soul,
end yon forget the actress, feeling yon are
in the presence of a veritable lady of rank
whose heart is rending with real pas-
We wish to call the attention of our
randan to tbs advertisement of Mr. Jaa
R. Martin, on the first page. Mr. Mar-
tin offer* some very valuable property,
end any one wishing a bargain in
either milt property or re al estate would
do well to call on Mr. Martin.
The Texas State Horticultural and
Pomologies! Association will meet in
Dallas, 00 the 9th gad toth of the pres-
ent month. Arrangement* ate being
made for a large attendance of member*
awd alt interested in horticultural and
Barney Williams ha* the contract for
putting ourb atones in front of several
batiste* block* on Mato street, sad ha*
Never have we seen a finer piece of act-
ing than that displayed by Miss Stella
Kolia (our Texas girl) as Louise, the
blind girl, in “Th# Taro Orphans.” So
true to life did it seem that every manly
heart was roused to indignation for her
persecutors and a desire to rush to her
rescue. Moist eye* attested the sympa-
thy of the audience.
Mise Marie Adair, in her various parts,
differing so much in character, has shoara
herself an artist of considerable ability,
hut in none does she show so much skill
ns m her repreeentatiom of Mehtiahle
Cartrigkt, theYsnkee girl, in’*Tea Nights
in a Bar Room.*’
Mr. J. G. Stutta, In every part he has
taken, has proven himself a superior art-
ist. His foe Morgan is without a para-
llel. His representation of the delirium
tremens is simply inimitable.
C. Toler Wolfe, the octogenarian, nev-
er seems like he is acting. AM his parte
Rste there been anything said or done
about tbe anniversary celebration.
Has the man who asked, “is this hot
enough for you?’ been killed yet?
Didn’t our colored brethren have si
grand time at $ierman Wednesday ? '.
When Will the building* an the burnt
district coat the ace to took heavenward ?
IfUl there be many additions to the
society of Denison, the coming season ?
Have you heard the latest new*? One
of our sOcietr belle* is to be married
Heavy Seal Estate Purchase.
The largest tale of real .estate tear
made in Grayson eouaty was made lam
week by the Denison Town Company
and R. S. Stephens in the sale to A. R-
Collins, of our city, of all real re-
state owned bjr the Company and R. S.
Stephens, in Grayson comity. Mr. Col-
lins, by this purchase, becomes foe own-
er of some ot the moat desirable and
valuable real estate in Denison and sur-
rounding country, comprising upward*
of 1.000 choice business and residence
lots in Denison, and a large amount of
most valuable trait, farming and tim-
ber lands adjacent to the city. The pur-
chase also oompriare the fourteen acre
tract south of the stock pond*, the D. A
P. stock ponds, eight acres, and the Ste-
vens block on Main street.
Owing to continued Ot health. Colonel
Stevens is closing out Ida outside inter-
ests and is retiring tram active business.
The city of Denison Is to be congratu-
lated that this property has fallen into
the hands of a* live and progressive a
citizen as our townsman A. R. Collins,.
and one who *0 thoroughly has the inter-
est of our city at heart.
It is said that 50,000 people die annu-
ally in the United States alone, from this
disease. In some sections of the country
one death in every three is from consump-
tion. This can be and should b* avoid-
ed; our people are too carries* about an
ordinary cough dr cold, and other symp-
toms ot throat and lung affections that
lead to this disease. Yon should arrest
it while it is in the germ. Two or three
doses iff Dr, Boeanko’s Cough and Lung
Syrup will relieve an ordinary cough or
cold. It does not dry up a cough like
many preparations, and leave the disease
behind it, but aria directly on the throat
and bronchial tabes, removing all the
phiclm and morbid matter that accu-
mulates in the throat and lungs. It al-
Who says the rain last Saturday wasn’t
worth thousands of dollars to Grayson
Who ia the young lady that will leave
Hsnttoa this winter lor a home else-
Why don’t somebody that has the right
to, cut down all the weeds on our princi-
WIU the new building* In the vicinity
of the new poetoffi&i be completed before
’’Have you heard ot say public gath-
erings or picnic*?” asked the flying ien-
names of a number ot our rmpcctabie
young man between thoee of tbe colored
gentry who attended the colored plc-oic
at Sherman tret week. It wm probably
intended for a joke, hut it was la bad
taste, to any the least.
' The telegraph opei aters of Dallas gave
a grand halloa the evening of Wednes-
day, 31st of July, which wm largely at-
tended by the hast ladies and gentlemen
of Dallas. The programme of dances
was very unique—ia which local and
national bite were made on the operators
and the Western Union Telegraph com-
pany. Three are thirty operators in Dal-
las and they are very much honored and
respected by the citisens of that city.
A Mr. Murdock, living in the west part
Of town, was arrested last Friday morn-
ing on a charge ot maltreating hia wife,
who is in a very delicate condition. He
got angry at her because she would not
rive him mmer to prolong his spree.
He was about to board the train when ar-
rested. Fine and costa amounted to
He has if. There is no mistake about
it. He is proud of it, too. We know he
is. Sen how he wears that two story bea-
ver. See bow proudly it recta oa hia
cranium. Look at him—how smiting he
looks, hat yet never smiles unless be
does on this occasion. It's a fine, girl
baby, and our good-looking, clever job
to be the natural outcome of his surround,
C. A. Larkin, re Sample Switchel, the
Yankee, is superb as a humorist. He and
Mias Adair fairly convulsed the audience
with laughter at their courtship.
Row O’Neal, Morgan aod Evans were all
good, and we wish we had the space to
say more of them individually.
While our people have bares delighted
with so reach fine acting, they would have
been fatigued indeed during the shifting
of the scenes but for the splendid music
of Prof Chariier*s grand orchestra. A
theatre without good music la a perfect
drag, no matter how fin* the noting.
To Mr. Stotts we extend the thanks of
our community far Ms week’s entertain-
ment, and trust that on leaving us he wilt
feel sufficiently rewarded financially to in-
duce him to return to na at an early day.
The deportment of the Stotts company
during their stay ia Our lows has bean
admirable indeed. Thera has been no
drinking or ssreariog among them, in
feet they have shown themselves La be
perfect gentlemen. Mr. Stotts, the man-
ager, Mr. Hill, the advance agent, read
iiig troupe htvc uiftdc for then*
selves many friends in our town, and
their return wilt always he greeted with
bargains, and a
The Grayson County Bee Keeper's
Association held their annual meeting in
Sherasaa teat week. Am address was
delivered by Mr. Klum on the subject Of
Italian and black bee*. He is decidedly
in fevor of the Italian bee. The next
meeting wttl be held in Sherman the sec-
ond Saturday in October. . **t.
B. F. Crowther, who ia now editing
tbe Kingston Beacon, has immortalised
Mr. Deariagfe recent acquisition by -the
following bit Of poetic witicUm :
D-ear little feltow wilt now nightly yell o
K-arneetiy recking Its “pap, ’
A generic typo, ia wee bit of dypo
R-e gardlres of worldly mishap,
I-afaa*re glorious, pin-pierced dolorous,.
N retiiwg in food parents arms,
G-etting more reddy about tiny heady,
S-ome chaare/or fond narent’s alarms.
B -shy’s wee bunting papa is now hunt*-
A-axiom last baby takes cold.
B*ut be who’s not happy when he a a
Y-00 rear mark him down selfish and
lays all irritation, and renders the voice
clear and distinct. Trial else free, hold
by Messrs. Guiteau & Waldron.
satisfy yon for your
Why dealt th* sprinklers use more
water, especially about twelve o'clock
Ia it time that the new gas machines
were popular amoag our merchants.
Why will people tend away for the
same thing they can get ia Denison.
Who is the young lady that peats her
gentleman friend* in the butcher shop?
Will the marshal see that aU of tbe
sidewalks are completed before the bad
weather ret* in?
f Isn't it about time Denison was having
We have just replenished our gun and
pistol department, and can now offer the
largest and finest display of good* Hi this
line north of Palls*. Lreper, Bald-
rick A Co-
*•-!—tew , T
We often hear of good deed* bring done
by persons leading notoriously had lives
until it has become a common saying
producing a very disagreeable itching,
particularly at night arte? gutting warm
in bed, i* a very common attendant.
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield
at once to the application of Dr. Bosaa-
ko’s Pile Remedy, which act* directly
upon the parte affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
affecting a permanent cure, where all
father remedies have failed. Do not de
lay until tbe drain on the system produ-
ces permanent disability, hut try it and-
be cured. Price, 50 cents. Sent prepaid
on receipt of price. Address, The Dr.
Bosanko Medicine Co,. Piqua, Ohio.
Sold by Messrs. Gutteau ft Waldron.
Our triephone connections have been
very unsatisfactory during the past two
weeks. The first trouble was caused by
thaflfo a few weeks ago.' After this
trouble was remedied by the office being
removed to another building, and just as
the connections mere all bring made and
again working smoothely, the window
through -which the wires cantered into
the room, caved in, and upset thing* gen-
erally. But for the past two or three
days everything has been going tike
We publish hi another column an open
latter addressed to the Bev. F. N. At-
kina, mater of St Luke’s church, Deni-
Who says Denison wont have a popu-
lation of ten thousand by this time next
Witt Mr. StreepCk have his hotel com-
pleted in time to open it with a grand
hop Chri*»m*i night?
Couldn’t our music-loving folks in-
duce Mrs. Charles Bentiy, of Dallas, who
is arranging for the production of Cin-
derella by ooe hundred little children of
Sherman, undertake the same in Den
To the magistrates and constables of
Grayson county, greetings This is to
inform you that Murray’s Steam Printing
S. N. Fisher, brother of tbe man who
was killed at McAleater’a ranch Monday
week, came up from McAlecter Sunday
evening, on a hunt for the murderer»-
M. L Holcolna. It ia naw believed that
the murderer was simply hired to do tbe
deed by a party at McAieater with whom
ha had had some trouble, and who ha*
since disappeared, as they had never had
a word together. The murderer was
tracked for three or four days ia the vi-
cinity of Me* jmfor * ranch, and was seen
We have seen a latter from Mr. W.
Beyliss, who is now in Wisconsin. He
says ha has eighty-three bead of poneys
that h* will dispose of fn * fowj days at
a good figure, and will return fo Denison
about Use first of September.
Tbe rear wall of Straeper's stone ate-
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