The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 7, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 4, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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iemoval of live nerves is accom-
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Perfect success is assured where
all other medicaments fail.
Office, No. 210 Main St.,
(up-stairs), Denison, Tex.
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Complete stock of High
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Imported Bavarian Beer
for medicinal use.
All Goods Warranted
Absolutely Pure. . . .
CLOSED ON SUNDAY.
We are fixed to serve you
at our new quarters at
No. 501 Main St.
Best Bread in Denison.
Try us for anything in
f i«M( Unud trot. Ikt DenUon Daily Ntst.
ENDING MAV, 2^, 1S79.
The shipment of cattle north from
Denison was a big item twenty
years ago. Forty to fifty cars was
frequently announced in the News
as die daily shipraenta_____...This
was Saturday in Denison in 1879,
according to the local daily: "Bus-
iness flourishes, beauty smiles,
Care smoothes his brow, cheerful-
ness beams from every eye, and
friendship glows in every bosom 1"
That sounds like "Washita and
Beyond.’*___The News of May
iS, contained the particulara of the
suicide of Mr. John J. Neudorfer,
which occurred ill his room at Mr.
Tobin’s residence. While lying on
his bed he shot himself in the
read with a pistol and died in a few
minutes. Deceased, a few weeks
before, had lost his poaition as
master mechanic of the H. & T, C.
company, and it was noticed by his
friends that he had become de-
spondent. He was buried in Oak-
wood with Masonic honors__
The ground for the foundation for
this City, is
ed with a Denver, Colorado, paper.
The next great educational
event in Denison will be the closing
exercises of the St. Xavier academy.
E. V. Hill is quite ill
with fever at her home on west
Sheppnrd street____Lane & Ham-
mock have been awarded the con-
tract to build a two room addition
to the dwelling of Mr. Oeise, cor-
ner ot Armstrong avenue end Chest-
nut street------The materiel for the
erection of the new M. E. church
ia being laid on the grounds, corner
ot Main street and Scullin avenue.
Ed Ooea, colored, while en-
gaged cleaning out a well on Mor-
gan street last Saturday was struck
|cma,nd tS Marta obtained Mid *ff Pu-
fmt btwmw* conducted for MooCSTT flM.
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I w* ia>Mn potent m lea time thu tboee
_ tot* from Wmhm^tca.
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M. Wa advtae, if patentabla or not, frea of
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C. A. SNOW A, CO.
Orw. Pavarr Omct, WMMiooroa, D. C.
THE SHORT LINE
TO IEW ORLEANS, MEMPHIS
The Finest Stock of
GROCERIES, FEED and FUEL
in the city,
III SOUTH RUSK AVENUE.
aim rotmts i. tbb
/ TEXAS \
iTaki “Tin St. Uiis Limited.’
12 HOURS SAVED
down to 01
K. Hard, formerly of
June is—_Mark Good-|
win states that Mr. Pickard, at 1
time editor of the Herald, is in |
Charleston, S. C«, doing newt
work--The four-year-old son of I
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Wager died
Mooday. The funeral services |
were held from the family
on Morton street. The intei
was from Oakwood cemetery.
The Treat Law.
well, did you ?
wfise to try te eo
the Morrison block, on Main street,
was broken on the 19th of May
The News of May 30 stated that
Bat Bacon, a printer, well known
in Denison, received confiimation
in the Episcopal church the previous
Sunday--Tom Wright announced
as a candidate for city marshal.
From January 1, 1878, to May 1,
1879, the average monthly cost of
feeding prisoners and attending
same was $49.99. Officers received
monthly fees as follows: Mayor,
$83.27; city attorney, $28.71; mai-
shal, $59.62; city clerk, $16.95_
An "investigating committee,”
made up of H. Tone, J. Raynal
and J. C. Feild, went over the city
court books and discovered forty-
eight cases standing open on the
docket, showing that the fines had
not been paid and the parties not
sent to jail. A number of* these
parties made affidavit that thev had
paid the fines__There
on the head by a descending bucket
and painfully injured_Charley
Colbert, the well known Chickasaw,
has just returned from New Mexico
where be hes selected a home.
Charley will go into the stock busi-
ness on e large scale. He says that
it is a great country for the cattle
business. Colbert who is a noted
banter and shot, describes the
country as alive with antelope
A dealer states that there
kodaks in usa than bicycles_
George Glisson of Cedar county,
Choctaw nation, who was here
Sunday reports the death of almost
an entire family in his neighbor-
hood. There has been five deaths
since the first of the year, man and
wife and three children. The cause
of death was grip and pneumonia.
--Henry Elliston while in his
cow pasture Sunday was attacked
by a Durham heifer and knocked
down. One rib was broken_
The foundation for the new Decker
residence on west Chestnut street is
is in reality a beautiful city of the
dead. There have been attractive
CUBED with ve*et*bte
BraMidkN. H*ve cured
many thousand cram
called hopelcsB. In ttl
(liyiitlflirt two*thi>d|(rfa^kvmptoms retnov-
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____—~-i through Mudd a Co- roccivc
I aetlcc, without charge, la the
!■ weetly. luireeet ctr-
4,489,878 Methodist communicants
and 105,175 local and traveling
preachers in the world in iS7g_
Dr. 1. Yeidel was elected treasurer
of the Denison Hose company, vice
A. L. Sibley, resigned_Twenty
years ago the Kansas City Journal
put in telephone connections with
neighboring villages. This the pa-
pers stated was the first enterprise
of the kind inaugerated by a news-
paper in this country_____Andrew
Moore was building his residence
on Sears street--The News May
SLY'S CSP.AM BALM la . pMltlweent
Apply Into the no.tr.in. It ia qalckly ahwrbcd. SS
cents at Drontea or by mail; sample* 16c by maJL
ELY BBOTHERS. SS Warren Sc, New To* City.
The Indian Territory
Is at Denison's door.
THE CONWAY TELEPHONE CO.
covers the important towns in
Chickasaw Nation, Here is a
. Colbert, Silo, Durant,
Emet, Tishomingo, Linn,
Wilson, Reagan, Belton,
Ardmore, Provence, Durwood
Office in Postal Telegraph Office,
204 Wert Main Street.
J. G. AMBROSE,
ccax, \ COLGHh. Cold*, aalaeaw,
UL.(OOUC, Bellyache. Diarrhea.
SOLID TRAINS OF
M6IER BUFFET SLEEPERS
[ATT CHAIR CARS
FEVER*. Um Ferer. Milk Pern.
L.L.! EPIZOOTIC, DUtempei
j WORM8. Bern, Grata. J
G.G. Prevents MI8CABRIAUE.
cdus 1 RIDSiEV A BLADDER DWORDBRR.
j MANGE, Skin Disease*.
I BAD CONDITION. Otarins Cent.
TO ALL POINTS
AT OUR OWN
anri Prostration from Over-
work or other causes.
Humphrey*’ Homeopathic Specific
Ho. 28, in use over 40 yearn, the only
*lp»r viator Svi*l**ndl*r*eTUl powdarjor**
gold Bnotlsu, »r mat poa pUd oa r«M*< *f prim.
Thousands are Tryia« It.
In order to prove the ‘great merit of
Ely’s Cream Baku, the most effective cure
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre
pared a generous trial size for 10 cents.
Get it of your druggist or seud 10 cents to
ELY BEOS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City.
I Buffered from catarrh of the wont kind
ever since a boy, and I sever hoped fo«
Here U the pith ot the Text* I
Trust law which will go into effect |
Jan. 31, 1900s
In setting forth the scope of the |
act the greatest care is given to de-
fining what industries come under |
the ban. Any corporation
partnership transacting any kind of I
business within the state, tbet shall
become a party to any trust, pool
or understanding to regulate the
price of any article produced wi
the state, or for tbe ineuraacs oil
any property, or to limit tbe amount
of production of any article or tbe
price of a premium, ia adjudged |
guilty of a conspiracy to defraud.
Anyone concerned therewith is I
deemed guilty of a conspiracy to
defraud, and ia subject to tbe pen-
alty of 1 flee not last than $200 or
more than $5,000 for each offense.
Tbe law further declares to be|
unlawful tbe sale ot any article by
any person or corporation violating
tbe provisions of tbe statute, ana
provides that tbe purchaser of socb
article need not pay for it, such pur-1
chaser being allowed to plead tbe ]
provisions of the law.
Every association of men tor tbe |
purpose of gathering news which
"shall refuse to sell items of news!
to more than one newspaper to a
stated number of inhabitants in a I
city, town or subdivision of the state
of Texas,” is adjudged guilty, as|
why don’t we nil
msm ? Simply
bold in • strong
lungs. It’s when
weak that the gem
The body must I
with tut. The danger
when the Mood la
improvements made in the grounds
by the cemetery company and peo-
ple who have their dead there have
taken the hint and embellished the
graves with flowers, vines and
shrubbery. Every penny that tbe
cemetery company realises goes to
pay tbe sexton, cemetery keeper,
and keep the grounds in perfect
shape--The Gasbtteer is in-
debted to Dsn Ploughman for
copy of "The American,” pub-
lished at Manila in the Philippine
Islands. It hat for its motto,
"Equal rights to all.” The Am-
erican is largely devoted to Ameri-
can beer ads, Pabst and Anheuser-
Busch. Tbe business of Manila
seems to be principally controlled
by Spaniards with a few Ameri-
cans sandwiched between. "The
American” would hardly pass mus-
ter in this country as a typographi-
cal beauty-Tbe dwelling of
Denison ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Crystal Ice Co.
Distilled Water loe.
FACTORY: Foot of Woodard St
of Cod-Uver CMl with Hypupheu
phites at once. It will heat the
Inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them an well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the I
appetite better and the weight
Increases. The whole body he- |
comes well fortified and the |
germs of consumption cai
gain a foothold.
It’s this nourishing,
Ing and strengthening
377 Mill SHEET.
ing news which may require made it of such value in
news which may require its
members, under pain of forfeiting
their membership, not to exchange
with newspapers not members oi
A TEXAS VOIDER.
Ball’s (hast Diaeovsry.
One small bottle at Hall’s Great DW-1
covery curs* all kidney and bladder
troubles, remove* gravel, curs* dlabels*,
aemlnal entlaalon, weak and lame back,
rheumatism and all irregularities of the
kidney* and bladder In both men and
women. Regulate* bladder trouble In |
children. If not told by
trill be tent by mail on
One small bottle la two most
ment, and will cure any case above men- I
tlotted. E. W. HALL,
Sole Manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo. I
For tale by T. B. Waldron.
Denison, Texas, April ao, 1897.
We the undersigned have used Hall
Great Discovery, and can tully recoi
mend It to other* suffering from kidney
or bladder troubles.
22, acknowledged the receipt from
a Denison lady of “a large, luscious
peach,” tbe first that bad ripened
in her garden. The season of 1879
must have been very early or this is
very late-An archery club with
the following members was organ-
ized in Denison: Misses May
Brooks, Emms Hsmmel, Jennie
Withrow, and Lula Salisbury; the
boys, L. C. Elkin, Horace Alvord,
Harry Nelms, Cory Hill and Will
O’Maley. Here was one beau to
spare but they ordered some more
irom St. Louis_Watermelons
had put in their appearance in the
Denison market according to the
News of the 23d__j__Dick Coffey
left for a visit to the "Ould Dart”
the 22d--C. L. Edwards
shipped sixteen boxes of peaches,
tbe first of the season, to Kansas
City op the 23d______ J. K. Daugh
ters reported that he had roasting
Mart Hannigan on the west edge of
the city was destroyed by fire last
night. The blaze was the resu’t of
defective flue. Mr. Hannigan
carried no insurance on his house-
hold goods and his loss on them
will be about $300. The loss on
bis residence will reach about $800,
covered by $600 insurance.
On account of the smallpox scare
at Sherman the grand jury found
that it would be impossible to get
witnesses and adjourned until June
26. They investigated tbe small-
pox situation and found only one
case----This is Decoration Day.
ears for his table from his garden on
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen’t Arnica Salve cures
them; alto Old, Running and Fever
Sores, Ulcers, Boils, .Felons, Corns,
Warts, Cuu, Bruises, Burns, Scalds,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Pile
enre on earth. Drives out Pains and
Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by T. B. Waldron,
Under a new law in Missouri no
one may be permitted to shave
man or cut his hair unless be
has undergone an examination by
competant authorities and secured
city to pay for the services
learned hair surgeon.
If leaving town store your furni-
ture, household goods, pianos, etc.,
at T. W. Robinson’s, 104 West
>odard street. Repairing, pack-
and shipping. 18 tf
cure, but Ely’s Cream Balm seems to do
even that. Many acquaintance* have used
it with excellent results.—Oscar Ostraiu,
45 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111.
Ely's Cream Baku is fixe acknowledged
•ore for catarrh and oontaina no cocaine.
mercury nor any injurious drug. Price,
At druggists or bv mail.
Bought and told at cut rates
at the old reliable stand, 109 Main
street. tf TOM E. DAVIS
The leading cigar is "Queen
Marguerite” just introduced in tbi|
city. Two for quarter.
The expenditures for pensions
during the years 1890-97 nclusive,
re $544,000,000 more than in
the years 1882-89 inclusive, that is
they were exactly double. Of tbe
total increase ot the ordinary na-
tional expenditures in $1890-7,
nearly three-fourths was increase in
pensions. When shall the country I every respect
see the end of this reckless extrava-
gance ? _
TUESDAY, MAY 30.
---The Sherman Register states
that persons who circulate
nors in regard to tbe smallpox
situation in Sherman will have their
names published to the world
Quite a number of cyclone cellars
are being dug in various portions of
tbe city_Mark L. Goodwin,
who visited the state Denitentiary
with the investigating committee not
longjago saw Walter Glafcke who is
holding down a clerkship. He also
saw Tom O’Brien, who attends to
the hospital department, and has a
soft birth of it-.—Several Lone
Star flags were flying to-day
George McLagen has settled down
to tbe rest estate business at Los
Angelea, Cal__Tbe Pomotropic
of Azusa, Cal., says that it never
has a spat with its employes
That’s good, Brother Utiger
. f*minrijgfiin Davis is giving his
Tbe "old man” who has bfep. J"*'* »t,ble * general overhauling,
depending upon his wifefe trim bis
hair will now have to go unshorn or
save a quarter of the money he seta
apart for booze when he visits tbe
The leading cigar is “Queen
Margueritte,” just introduced in this
city. Two for quarter. .
It has received a new shingle roof
and new sidings. Tbe interior
also receiving attention__Mrs. E
J. Warren, on Chandler avenue, is
convalescing from a serious attack
of the grip-A good road is
shortest distance between two
points. A muddy road is slwavs
long when its depth u considered.
_As reports come in from the
Indian Territory it ia learnad that
the recent storm was very fatal
C06aa and corn. The hail beat to
fragments much ot the cotton that
the wind did not destroy. Corn
was literally cut to pieces in many
localities-There is a wonderful
amount of improvement going
in Denison on a small scale, but it
furnishes work to workmen_Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Deering’s little
daughter digd Monday and was
buried Tuesday at Oakwood ceme-
tery-Tha Summer Normal bu-
at very low rates.
Will take up Vendors’ Lien notes
and Mechanic’s Lien on homesteads.
Real Estate Dealer, i>a W. Main
“Honor And Glory.’
iraothy Lynch, an American sol-
at the Philippines, writes to the
San Francisco Call:
When we stopped shelling Santa
Ana, the First California entered and
what we haa not burned they finish-
ed with a vengeance. Their motto,
as well as that of the other regiments,
is: "The only good Filipino is a
dead one; take no prisoners, as lead
is cheaper than rice.
The Tennessee men were on the
right, and an orderly came aboard
and reported that they were killing
every native in sight, whether a sol-
or not. Tbe boys were enjoying
themselves shooting "niggers” on
All along the river we could see
the natives lying on the benks or
floating down tbe river. The Idahoes
at one place were burying tha natives,
and at one hole I saw them throw in
sixty five bodies.
Our own batter) and regiment did
not do much Saturday night, but
next morning they made one of the
grandest charges of history. They
charged a cemetery that was full of
natives, and piled them up until you
couldn’t count the dead. They say
our Major bears a charmed life.
He rode at the head of the column,
men forward and telling
to spare not even the wounded,
ting hie (word through every
ounded insurgent he passed.
receipt ot fi.l
Cbotce Roasts, Lard end every-
thing good to eet in the meet
line—tender end cut right. If
that is what you want, drop in
and order it at
R. C. Shearman,
WI SOLICIT YOUR BU9INB99.
For Foot Base Try the
J. A Meadows,
. C. Alssbrook,
W. A. Msrstts,
Hsl C. Sims, *
A. F. Horn back.
The only shoe in tbe world made to fit tbe foot
with b bunion or an enlarged joint.
FINN <fe McSWEENEY,
J. P. MARSH.
Premium Stamp* Greta.
The Finest Wines
And Liquors ....
. ■ SMTIEII STEAM STE WSIM
The beat line of
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The Chicago Journal reports
this: Miss Barker’s Sunday school
class in the West Side Baptist
church is composed of boys six,
seven and eight years old. Tbe
school was studying in the Old Tes-
tament. Mias Barker gathered her
pupils about her on the Sunday in
question, and started in with the
lesson. “Jimmy,” she said, tnrn-
ing to one of her star pupils, "who
was it killed tbe Philistines?’
"Samson,” said Jimmy without
hesitation. But Walter Smith’s
hand was raised in an indignant
protest “ ’Twas not,” be de-
clared without waiting to be asked
about it. "Sampson wasn’t there
Id Denison. We invite com-
parison with other stores.
We carry the largest stock.
Try ns for groceries.
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