The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 39, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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Notable Events in 1897
the World Over.
Th. Amrhu Foraatry un
» Ursa: Mart of U>« businea
Bainhridge, O., dctrojed;
Lard! Lard! Lard!
We an making iipcoal feature of
HOME MADE LARD.
tnt nt I ji
Star Goal Oo.'s No. t mine at BnMvoxl.
HI*., destroyed; toast *79,094
The annual conference of the German Bap-
tist* of the east begun in Maw York city.
Obituary: Jadf* 01 B. Kilgore, an adjutant
general la tb* Confederate army, at Ard-
more, I. T.; aged 94 Reaektah D. Sharpe,
an old «im* abolltirnint and one of the
founder* of the Church of tb* Pilgrims,
Brooklyn, at Brooklyn; aged St.
M. Obituary: Jams* Lane, known a* ‘‘Uncle
Jimmy," Chicago'* oldest resident, at Chi-
cago; aged 101.
B. Obituary: Aeronaut Jamea Allen, the fa-
mous balloonist of war time* and father of
THE CEASELESS REAPER
THE MENACE OF WAR
Because the Beet.
Office on Houston Avenue,
Between Main and Woodard Street*.
Oo.'« plant at Ottawa, till., destroyed; low.
The Moravian' church at Emeus, Lehigh
county, Pa., celebrated the one hundred
and fiftieth anniversary of its organization.
L Miscellaneous: The Golden rod Bilk Co. of
Paterson, N. J., tailed: liabilities, *108,006
Marie Setback. the illnatriooa German ac-
traaa, died at Bi. Moritz, In the Engadine:
A Fir*: 18 fireman seriously injured at the
fire of the H. W. Jayne Chemical works,
Philadelphia; kss, *10,000
The eighteenth annual national meat of the
L. A- W. in Philadelphia.
A Fire: The Worth western grain elevator in
Orieago destroyed by fire; 8 person* killed;
The price of silver In New York declined to
aSJk cents per ounce bid.
A Obituary: Samuel P. Baker, a well known
Mason of Elmira, K. Y_, In that city.
f. Explosion: 68 people killed and a large
number Injured at Bosrtchnlk, Bulgaria.
Obituary: Peter Jay Monro Van Oortlaadt,
a descendant of several old families of New
York, in Spokane. Wad.: aged <4 Agriol
Paor. organizer and leader of the Lieder
krsns society, hi New York; aged 7*.
A Obituary : Benor Oanovae del Chetillo, prime
minister of Spain, asmsrinated at Santa
Agueda by an anarchist. William Lamb
pk-knell, the celebrated Boeton artist, at
Marblehead. Maaa : aged 44
The annual convention of the National Chris-
tian alliance begun at Cleveland
A Fire: Planing mill, dry kiln, lumber yard,
store and a number of tenement honsea,
also > small bridges, burned at Barnnm.
Polk county. Tut.; loan, *260,000.
A Obituary: Samuel Cheater Reid, son of
Cupt. Reid, tbs naval warrior, in Washing
too; aged 77. Btr Isaac Bolden. M. P . In-
ventor of the Inclfer match and of carding
machine for wooL in EnrUnd.
1A Fire: The saw and planing mills of the Tu
nis Lumber Co. at Baltimore deatroyed by
lightning: lew*, **00,000.
The Count of Thrin and Prince Henri of Or-
leans fought a duel with swords near Paris;
No. 1 Fever, Congest Ion.
No. t Worm*.
No. 8 InfMnte’ Dlaaeaee.
No. 4 Diarrhea.
No. 7 Coughs A Colds ?
Mo. O Headache.
No. lO Dyepepeia, Indigestion.
No. II Delayed Periods
No. IS Leuchorrea.
Na 19 Croup.
No. 14 Skin Disaaaaa
No. IB Rheumatism.
No. 1© Catarrh.
No. £7 Kidney Diseases.
No. 84 Sore Throat.
Na 77 Grip A Hay Fever.
TO DEW ORLEANS, MEMPHIS
to death at Plan kin tee. ft I).
A Fires: The Johnson block burned at Hen-
derson. Ky.; loss, *790.088; Ik business
buildings burned at Modern, Die.; km
Obituary: William A. Stiles, editor of Forest
and Stream, in New York city. Sir John
Gilbert, noted painter and illustrator, in
London; aged SO. Chief Bkenadore of the
Oneida 1 lid tana, at Seymour. Die.; aged 84
SOLID TRAINS OF
WA6RER BUFFET SLEEPERS
fort Worth, Dalian f 81 Louit
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The Time* it informed that Col.
D. M. Wisdom I* quite recently in
receipt of a communication from
one of the leading insurgent* of the |
Cuban patriots, inviting the colonel
when be get* hi* ho*t in order to
move to the promised land beyond
the red water* of the Rio Grande,
to (elect from hts host an army of
foung brave Indian warrior*, and
irtng them over the blue wave* of
the gulf to lend their aid in procur-
ing a victory that will forever free
Citiian and Chnatran Patriot.
KATY CHAIR CARS
ST. LO UIS,
tO Mill STIEET. 1 ■ P ^
Choio* Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
that ever fought in freedom’* cause,
and thu* win a double crown of j
glory that will send the old colonel’*
name down along the stream* of
time to the last descendant of old
Father Adam’* race.—Muskogee
’‘While I do not ueik authorita-
tively,” said A. Telle, a prominent
Choctaw, “still I believe it i* the
intention of the chief to keep right
along and ignore ihe act of congre**
conferring complete jurisdiction.
Denison ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Crystal Ice Co.
Distilled Water Ice
FACTORY: Foot of Woodard St & R. R. Track.
First Class Meals
AT OUR OWN
H.T. WALKER, D.D.S
By the use of electricity excava-
tion of the moat aenaibv* teeth or
removal of live nerve* i* accom-
plished absolutely without puin.
Perfect success it assured where
all other medicaments fail.
Office, No. 210 Main St„
(up-atairs), Denison, Tex
’ This is at least apparent from the
fact that the Choctaw court con-
vened at Red 0*1^ to-day. Whether
not the federal courts will sa-
ne jurisdiction I do not know,
a new way to
Beginning January l6tb. 1897, and
every day thereafter, a
TMR0U8H PULLMAN SLEEPEN
PARIS at 51x0 p. m.
DALLAS at 8:jo p. a.
CLEBURNE at .0:50 p. m.
FT. WORTH at 9:40 p.m.
Passengers from Port Worth will
connect with sleeper at Cleburne.
Nam Aatoalo 8t48 a. as.
ington. Nearly all have believed
that they could purchase their lots
when allotment was made, and the
prospect that they may be able
only to lease has greatly disconcert-
ed them. But a large majority
will welcome almost any solution
that gives them security in their
holdings and a good city govern-
Very many Indians and all the
whites rejoice at the passing of the
jurisdiction of the tribal to the fed-
Alex. Rennie, G. L. Blackford,
Vice President. Cashier
um. —. r. o. uwu ui uimow, ra, elect-
ed commander tn chief of the G. A. R.
Obituary; Ogden Goelet, the noted yachts-
man, at the Ule of Wight; aged 44 Wtl-
Uam Oookson Carpenter, the oldest practic-
ing lawyer In the city, tn New York city;
Star Pointer paced a mile In li«X at Read
villa, Maaa., breaking the pacing record.
Obituary: Erasttu Corning, president of
tbs Albany City National hank and a di-
rector of the New York Central railroad,
tn New York; aged 7a Daniel G. Hollins,
ex-surrogate and ex-district attorney of
Now York, in Staaea.worth, N. H.; aged
AT HOT SPRINCS
where lha afflicted can have all thr
advantage* of s refined sod tncceas
For nervous irritability, from over
work, worry, excess Its itlnulsnls,
habitual use of drums, or boon any
cral courts. There will be 1
ous opposition in any quarter.
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G. C. * S. F. to CAMERON.
S. A. k A P. to FLATONIA,
SO. FAC. to SAN ANTONIO
Oae change oaly, with direct coa-
HOW TO FHD OUT.
(Sncoeasors to Waples Bros.)
Fill s bottle or common glass with your
urine aud let It stand twenty-four hours;
a sediment or s settling Indicate* an un-
healthy condition of the kidneys; If it
stains your linen It is an evidence of
*:•* *■ a.
kidney trouble; too frequent desire to
pass It or pain In the back la alto con-
clusive proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
WHAT TO DO,
There Is comfort in the knowedge so
often expreeaed, that Dr, Kilmer’s
Swamp-Root, the great Kidney remedy,
fulfils every wish In relieving pain In the
beck, kidneys, liver, bladder end every
part of the urinary passages. It correct*
Inability to hold urine and scalding pain
In passing it, or bad effect* following us*
Bash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding.
Laths, Lime, Paint.
Yards at Denison, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso
Colorado, Big Spt mgs, Midland and Pe os.
X Obituary: Gol. George Bliss, well known
lawyer and veteran of the civil war, St
Hareagansett Pier; aged 07.
A The member* of the Jaakaon-Harmsworth
expedition returned from Franz-Joaef Land
after spending 8 winters three.
4 Explosion: 6 people killed and 26 or 80
wounded by explosions of natural gas tn
Broad Ripple, Ind.
4 Fire: 4 warehouse* burned at PUladei-
Dr. J. B. BROOKS,
44-tf Hoe Springs, Ark.
Your Uncle Proas.’
Watches and Jewelry on Sale
of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes
that unpleasant necessity of being com-
pelled to get up many times during the
night to urinate. The mild and extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realised. It stand* the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the moat distressing
case*. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. Sold by druggist*
Price fifty cent* and one dollar. You
BuBcee* troubles: J. B. Willard * Co. of
New York made an assignment: liabilities
10. Accident: 80 persons killed and 186 injured
in a railway collision near Newcastle, Oolo.
MiaoeUsneous: From 14 to 20 miners killed
and 40 wounded by a posse of deputy sher-
tffsat Lett timer, near Hazleton, Pa. Mrs.
Antonio Terry, wife o4 the noted Cuban
folk, Conn.; aged 94
Shipwreck: 27 of the crew of the British
steamship Potypbemaa drowned in a col-
lision la tb* Red aea.
J4 Accident: T men killed and 9 Injured tn a
railroad wreck at Hanson, L T.
14 Conventions: Tbs international Associa-
tion of Police and Telegraph Superintend-
ents met in annual session in Nashville.
The supreme lodge of the Knights and La
dies of Honor, opened its eleventh annual
mnoting In Detroit.
Tornado: Sabine Pa**, Tax., wrecked by •
tornado; 10dead and many missing.
14 Fire : Big flour depot and sevmal factory
That ministerial monkey and pul-
pit fake, Sam Jones, la still trying
to tell what he does not know about
our currency problem. Sam is at
home on taking up collections and
he haa discovered that sensational-
ism brings hin. more money than be
ever earned preaching the gospel of
Christ.—El Paso Times.
J. I. McAleater, McAleater, I.T., J. B. McDougall, W. H. Cobb,
C. 8. Cobb, R. 8. Legate, J. D. Quinn,
E. A. Stack, E. H. Hanna, L. Eppstetn,
W. B. Munson, J. M Ford.
MFTinlifiii Territory business will receive prompt attention end is
Paying rent it like Jpnring water
in a rat hole, you sever see it again.
Now is the time to buy a home on
easy monthly payments from
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 39, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1898, newspaper, January 16, 1898; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571930/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.