The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 49, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 6, 1890 Page: 1 of 4
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COLLARS AND CUFFS, AT
THE STAR STORE.
I SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR , i
I ONE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. i
DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL ti, 1890.
' AS SECOND CLASS MATTES »
ATTHB DENISON POSTOFriCB. !
OF CLOTMIMC AMO Of UTS’
It COMPLETE AT
Fixing up this Spring around Horae or on the Farm you will find that you want
of the following articles:
Hand Corn Planters,
Post Hole Diggers,
Baker Barbed Wire,
Haines, Trace Chains,
►Strap and T Hinges,
Spades & Shovels,
Champion Cotton n Com Planter!
BRADLEY TEXAS CULTIVATORS, DOUBLE SHOVEL8, COTTON SWEEPS,
BULL TONGUES, ETC. ALSO FISHING TACKLE, SEINE
TWINE, 8TACINC AND TROT LINE.
haVG ■ lar8° a8880Jrtme"t <>f the^e goods, will make you the light prices and thor-
w?re PnPro?Aate ^ trade‘ • 0ur .Stock of Screen Doors, Window Frames and Screen
Rive us the chanco^ W pV°miSii to do/ou good on these when you want them, if you will
fi r u.W l all° g0,n« to 8how y°u some Attachments to the
Monaroh Qasolme St°ve, when the season*onens, which will add greatly to their popular-
wdl make a grave mistake if you do not see the “ MON ARCH ” before buying
S liasohne Stove. \ ours Respectfully,
SAM • HANNA
Col. Crooks got there,
by the skin of his teeth.
The election settled the town cpw
question. The bovine will not
roam the streets, nor forage on
•brubbery and shade trees.
The election committees of the
House has decided to unseat two
more democrats—Wise, of Virginia
and Turpin of Alabama.
in all its branches at
Pettit & Waltz’s.
The Commissioner of Pensions es-
timates that it will take $40,000,000
a year to meet the service pension
bill proposed by the House com-
mittee on Invalid Pensions.
Senator Coke’s hill appropriating
$6,300,000 for a deep water port
at Galveston has passed the senate.
...... .—— ,
Now, pull down the dilapidated
park fence and surround thiTBeautj-
ful pint with a handsome new iron
ience that will be in harmony with
the place and creditable to a pro-
The Democratic Central Execu-
Ive Committee met at Lampasas on
the lit instant, on the first ballot
agreed on San Antonio at the
place, and the second Tuesday in
August as the time, for the Demo-
cratic State convention.
Currants, prunes, apricots, nectar-
ines, peeled peaches, apples, cher-
ries, raspberries and fine evaporated
truits. Hibbard Bros.
It is rumored that Mr. Blaine in-
tends to have a proposition made to
the Pan American Congress for ab-
solute reciprocity of trade with
South ami Central American coun-
t 1,^1 1 1
Representative Bland, of Mis-
souri, and Williams, ot Illinois, in a
~ strong minority report against the
Windoin silver bill say that in their
opinion the bill is very adroitly
drawn to suspend silver coinage, to
totally demonetize this metal and to
permanently establish the single
-standard of gold payments.
There is a growing saentiment in
this city in favor of Mrflt. Cunning-
ham to succeed MrBScott in the
office of County Collector. Many
think Mr. iicott has had this lucra-
tive office long enough, two terms,
and that it is but proper to give Mr.
Cunningham the emoluments and
honors at least tor one term. As is
well known, Mr. Cunningham has
really done the bulk of the work of
this responsible office for the past
eight years, and to his executive
ability is largely due the credit for
the excellent way in which the affairs
of the office have been conducted
during that period. Mr. Cunning-
Ham has been so closely confined by
his duties that he has not a very ex4^;
tended acquaintance in our city,
but those who have had business
transactions with the office of the
County Collector speak of his quali;
rications in the highest terms The
Very fact that he has been retained
in this position so long is the best
possible recommendation as to his
'ffTness for the position he seeks. j
eceived to-day at
McConnell a hogg’S
Display of vegetables
You can get anything
It is now regarded as a certainty
, that Assistant Postmaster General
Clarkson will leave the Government
service this spring. His resignation
is said to be now in the hands of
Mr. Wanamaker, and was handed
in because of a hint trom Mr. Har.
rison that it would be acceptable to
The bill admitting Idaho into fhe
sisterhood ot States passed the house
Thursday by a vote ot 129 to 100,
the democrats refusing to vote to
make a test case in order to have
the courts pass upon ihe constitu-
tionality of the rules allowing the
speaker to count those members
present to make a quorum. The
democrats opposed the bill, because
of the provision which disfranchises
the Mormons. They claim this
disfranchisement is for party pur-
poses, there being as many Mor-
mons in Wyoming as in Idaho.
• The bill admitting the latter terri-
tory passed, however, without any
such proviso, ihe Wyoming Mor-
mons being mostly republicans,
while the Idaho Mormons are dem-
ocrats. The first case that comes
up in the courts of the new state
will be carried to the higher courts
on the point that Idaho was not
properly admitted as a state.
The Farmersville Times says the
people would like to countermand
the following order, and it might
have added truthfully, they will do
it next fall. The order was issued
on tne .40th ot July, 1S67, by Gen.
“A careful consideration of the
report ot Brevet Maj. Gen. C. Grif-
fith of the United States Army,
shows that J. M. Throckmorton,
governor of Texas, is an impediment
to the reconstruction ot that state
under the law. lie is therefore re-
moved from that office. E. W.
Pease is hereby appointed governor
ot Texas in the jplace of Governor
Throckmorton, removed. He will
be obeyed and respected accord-
Our grand tea slaughter sale has
been such a success (we having sold
over a thousand pounds the last
week) we will continue tor a few
days longer to sell our very best tea,
fresh and tine, (our own importa-
tion) at 40 cents per pound.
The firm of C. H. Wood & Co.,
real estate brokers, have dissolved
partnership, Mr. II. Alexander re-
tiring, Capt. Wood assuming all
liabilities of the firm. Mr. Alexan-
der will in future be found at No.
316 1-2 Main street, occupying
office room with Mr. J.j M. Lea.
He will continue his large rental
business as formerly and will also
keep upon his books the most desir-
able inside and suburban property
in the city. Xlr. Alexander’s long
anil honorable connection) with the
real estate and rental business of the
city renders him peculiarly qualified
to represent property owners in
either of these branches. Parties
having houses to rent or property
to sell will find their interests prop-
erly represented if confided to his
IMPORTANT TO H0ME8EEKERS
And Housekeepcs’ a benefit that comes
‘when it is needed.
The great, it is said, can afford
to be magnanimous, and perhaps
this accounts for the peculiar an-
nouncement of the Star Store which
appears on the fourth page' of this
issue. House furnishing goods are
at this particular time of year any-
thing but unseasonable and with
most dry goods houses their season-
ableness is being emphasized by a
rigid adherence to ihe maximum
price and an austere firmness in
asking it which admits ot no moli-
fication. With the Star Store, how-
ever, other methods seem to oper-
ate and we have the announcement
of the firm that a special sale in this
department will be inaugyrated
next Monday (April 7th) to con-
tinue one week for the benefit and
advantage of newly arrived families,
of parties cleaning house and of all
who contemplate or are in the act
of putting their domestic establish-
ments in order tor the summer.
Messrs. Waterman, Star & Co.,
evidently believe that the time to
give their partrons a benefit is when
thev need it, and with characteristic
generosity and promptitude they
l)r/y'AA<l Ia )\uk iLa rasttlu — c \
belief in evidence.
The sale willinclude sheeting 4-4,
6-4, S-4 and 10-4, towels of every
conceivable size and quality, nap-
kins in endless variety, table linens
of every loom, toilet sets, curtains,
etc., etc. This is the first special offer
ing of spring goods of the s#ason
and is without a parallel exam-
ple in the history of the dry goods
trade in this* city.
Note—In connection with the
above 3,500 yards of sateens will be
offered at prices below vklue.
DR, DAVID GARDNER.
Gate City Drugstore. Residence,
926 West Woodard street. Will
answer all calls, town or country.
A WORTHY 8U00ESS0R.
Gasfitting, etc., go to
Pettit & Waltz.
Judge Arnold, of Philadelphia, is
a sensible man. A young I ad v who
had been sworn was giving her
testimony when a burly juryman
objected that she had not kissed the
bible. She refused to place her lips
to the greasy book before her, which
lead to an animated discussion,
which, however, the judge cut short
by remarking, “I am not surprised
that this witness did not kiss the
book. I would not do it either—a
dirty book like that. This custom
is a relic of idolatry, and the sooner
it is abolished the better it will be.
I I I
WAOl.ESAI.E AND RETAIL
Table Cutlery, Etc.
My combined stores being 40,000 square feet, now the largest in the South, and buying
for cash direct from the largest factories, and shipping in car-load lots
places me in position to offer better goods at much less
figures than any competitors sold for
cash on time payments.
TO ♦ THE ♦NEW* COMER
I will only add that I sell as low as any first-class house in St. Louis and
Chicago, and our goods will surely please and astonish.
>17 cV r>l<) Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
Ill & Hit North Traci# Street, SHE EM AN, TEXAS.
I 1 I T
See Oup Priee!
Siding, Ceiling and Roofing,
HOW HA83BERG HAS HIT IT.
As a business manager, Mr. Ben !
Hassberg is,in this community, thor- j
oughlv well known, but that he
should have suddenly developed into [
an expert master-tailor and fitter is i
something of a surprise to his many j
friends. In connection with the cus- j
tom clothing department ot his bus-
iness, however, at No. 324 Main !
street, this is precisely what he has
done. Out of thirty-three suits made
from his measurements during the
past month he has not had a single
misfit or a single garment that re-
quired altering in anyway—a record
to which but few custom tailors can
truthfully lay claim. Mr. Hassberg’s
facilities for supplying nobby dress-
. latest and best in
custom-made clothing are unequaled
by any firm in this city, and in fab-
ric, fit, finish and thorough work-
manship he throws the gauntlet
King's for carpets at ten per cent.
King’s tor window shades, $1
King’s for ladies and misses
King’s for ladies dress goods.
King’s lor best stock white goods.
King’s for ladies fine kid shoes.
King’s for ladies fine low cut ties.
King’s for gents fine kangaroo
and calf shoes.
King’s for gents furnishings.
King's tor gents straw hats-
SPECIAL PREMIUM MONDAY
To every customei purchasing
amount of $3.00 Monday we will
give a beautiful plaque.
R. M. King
D. P. & 8. CLUB.
day) afternoon will be an address by Mr.
\V. M. Peck, subject not announced.
Everybody is invited to be present and
Meeting at 3 p. m.
in the club rooms,
down to all. His prices, too, have | take part in the informal discussion,
a tendency to make other establish-
ments look to themselves, and are
meeting with the substantial recog-
nition they are calculated to com-
As has already been duly an-
nounced in these columns Capt. C.
H. Wood succeeds the firm of C.
H. Wood & Co:, real estate brokers
No. 322 Main street and will be
found at the old stand transacting
all business entrusted to his ex-
change with fidelity, satisfaction
If the common energy and alert-
ness which characterize the so call-
ed real estate - “hustler” were all
that Capt. \\ ood had to recommend
him. he would fall in no degree be-
hind the nimblest of this assiduous
class. But the Captain has much
more to recommend him to the
patronage, the confidence and the
good will of this community. Since
his location here no man has been
more energetic in pushing the city’s
interests abroad and none have con-
tributed more liberally in labor and
means to the advancement of local
enterprises whether industrial, civic
or social. Capt. Wood has spent
his money freely in Denison and
while in so doing he has made mon-
ey, he has demonstrated himselt as
being composed of the kind of clav
of which honorable traders, able
businessmen and freehanded, pub-
lic-spirited citizens are made.
BRIGHAM YOUNG'S FAMILY.
As a physiological tact, of the
fifty-six children born to Brigham
\ oung, not one was halt, lame, or
blind, all being perfect in body and
of sound mind and intellect; no de-
fects of mind or body save those
general ones shared by humanity.
The boys are a sound, healthy, in-
dustrious and intelligent group of
men, noted everywhere tor their in-
tegrity and for excellent care and at-
tention bestowed upon their families.
In short the name Young is a
synonym of a good, kind, faithful
husband. Among them are lawyers,
merchants, a railroad king, a bank-
er. an architect, a civil engineer and
a manufacturer. One ot them is a
colonel in the United States army,
while several have graduated from
ihe Annapolis navil school and
from the Ann Arbor law school.
The girls are finely developed
physically, quick and in intellect,
Injun meal, something new.
An important decision was ren-
dered in the L’nited States court at
Galveston Thursday, affecting the
constitutionality of the Texas
statutes. It was the habeas corpus
case of L. E. Trezevant, a practic-
ing attorney, to test the constitu-
tionality of the state law imposing a
license tax upon practicing attor-
neys-at-law. The defen lent, Mr.
Trezevant, held in his petition that
when the courts gave the lawyer a
license to practice law- they gave
him a vested tight with which the leg
islative branch of the government, as
a branch separate and distinct from
the judiciary, had no right to inter-
fere, as the lawyer became from
the time of securing his license a
part of the judiciary machinery of
the government and art officer of the
courts, hence not liable to taxation
in the pursuit ot his calling as such.
The court held Mr. Trezevant’s
view to be a correct one and dis-
charged him trom custody.
Local Postal Regulation*.
Postmaster Daugherty requests the
Gazetteer to announce that in future
small lock boxes at the postottice will be
rented tor 50 cents per quarter Instead of
*1 as formerly. Also, that, beginning
Monday, April 8, the postottice will re-
main open till 6:30 p. m., instead ot clos-
ing at 6 o'clock as heretofore. These
arrangements will meet with hearty ap-
preciation on the part of the public and
they speak volumes for Mr. Daugherty's
zeal in rendering the local postoffice ser-
vice thoroughly efficient and satisfactory.
LEMEN BR08.' 8H0W.
It is stared that the I.emen Brothers
have at last succeeded in obtaining one
ot the most beautiful and expensive band
chariots which has ever appeared on the
streets of Denison, and will be presented
to public view when their show opens,
which will be in the near future. Every-
thing with the show is new and in excel-
lent condition, and the tuiy* will anA..w..
to i^ivc us a rare entertainments
Mrs. Q—Dill you ever see any
thing to equal the lovely styles and
shades of Shulze & Co's new spring
Mrs. A—1 do not remember of
ever beholding any thing half so
beautiful in the way ot dress goods.
Mrs. Q—Their sTteens, ging-
hams, mohair, challies, etc., cer-
tainly discount all other displays
ever shown in Denison.
Mrs. A—And a customer can
look at every piece of goods they
have and rest assured that it is not
a trouble but a decided pleasure for
them to show their goods.
Mrs. (J—\) ell 1 am going back
this afternoon and will no doubt
purchase several nice dresses, and
Shulze A; Co., will in the future get I
all the trade 1 can put in their way.
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The horse of Mr. Mendere, of the
French Bakery on Woodard street, be- I
came frightened at a pausing train on the
Main street crossing Thursday nnd made
a bold dash for liberty. Urged on by fear |
and held back by a pair of rtout reins in
the hands of Mr. Mendere, the animal
ran up on the sidewalk in tront ot Waples,
Platter Ac Co.'s wholesale grocery and
scatte ed Mr. Mendere and the other con-
tents of the wagon all over that portion
of the city. Mr. M. was bruised up a
little and a number of sacks of flour, etc.,
were injured by being thrown out upon
the damp street, but bevond this no
mentionable damage was done.
A blast in the trench which is being
made tor the new culvert which is being
put in on Chestnut street and Houston
avenue, was discharged Thursday atter-
noon, with the proper precautions being
taken to prevent the fragments ot rock
trom going up in the air, and the result
was, damage ot a serious chaiacter to the
office of the lumber yard. A huge mass
ot rock was lilted from the trench and
i blown through the tront of the office,
tearing out the transom and shattering
almost every glass in the tront of the
I building. The parties who were inside
at the time escaped without injury, but it
; was a close rub to being mutilated either
j with the ponderous mft'ile or with the
I flying splinters.
A horse driven bv Mrs. Lizzie White,
living on West Sears street, took fright
Thursday evening at a rapid transit train ,---------- ,—v .. „ls . _ . -
near the cornet ot Woodard street and ' rendezvous, but alter waiting several hours 'tnerica, and on page 731 of
1 ' ...» | their “Medical and Surgical Electricity,"
Scientific Dress-Cutting Taught-
A party of Dcnisonians, consisting ot
R. R. Smart, the Armstrong avenue gro-
cer; a Mr. Scott, an employee in the car
department ot the MK. Ac T.; a Mr
Thompson, employed on the
gang" in the M., K. Ax T. freight depot, I
and some others, went to Red River Kri- I
day on a fishing expedition. This (Sat-
urday) morning a messenger arrived in
the city conveying the intelligence that I
Scott and Thompson and Scott's nephew
had been drowned. It seems that Scott
and Thompson, accompanied by the little
boy, had got into a canoe with the under- I
standing that they would meet the rest of I
the party further down the river. The I
overland party arrived at the point of
What We Know Abont it, ia Compart*
son With What we PreUad to Kaow -
A Pertinent 0*m ia Potat.
It has been tep.-atedlv said that in no
branch ot scientific knowledge has the
world advanced ao rapidly ot late years as
in the knowledge of electricity, but the
amount ot ignorance that prevails even
in presumptively learned quartera regard-
ing this most vital of Inorganic forces
is apt to make the thinking man pause
ere he indulges in sell-adulatory boasting
Without stopping to enq-rire into the j
cases of sudden death, which intrepid
ignorance is constantly turning over to
the newspapers, in departments of life In
which electricity is used as an industrial I
■gent, we wish to refer briefly to the
lamentable lack ot knowledge which pre- |
Vails among the great army of so-called |
physicians who are using it as a medical j
it is only a short time since experimen-
tal Ion with electricity as a remedial influ
ence began, and it is a much shorter time 1
since such experimentation produced
really satisfactory resulta. When, how-
ever, the undoubted merit of the fluid in 1
the cure ot certain diseases became fully I
established, the apparanl simplicity of its
application caused a thousand eager im- 1
bccilca to rush to the battery shops and,
equipped with the necessary machinery, I
to announce themselves as electrical
specialists. These people deserved the
title they assumed about as much as a
WSSllfSjU!* ■T‘18 BFOSdJLWlUiUiWfep*.
*4 b *•*•* kaan Kawrl • e* reyyssrlnF* f W|I
of them that there was anything more to
be known about electricity than the at-
taching of the paraphernalia necessary to
get up a current.
Success had been achieved by men of
large theoretical and practical knowledge,
intimate alike with medicine, aurgery and
electricity; that the bushwhacker* tailed
was only to he naturally expected. Many
of these hsve became tired of trying and
tailing and doing damage and have gone
out of the huslnesa, but others, with a
perseverance worthy of a belter cause,
remain in it and will probably continue to
do so as long as they can find a victim.
Denison is not lacking in affliction ot this
kind, the Gazettat* is sorry to sutc,
sod, in support of this statement, we Uke
the liberty ol citing the following circum-
stance : I
A Denison lady, who had suffered a
severe sprain ot the arm, came to Dr. J. I
G. Ellis, tire medical specialist, some I
time ago for treatment and was being
tr ated by electricity with beneficial re- I
suits when the patient caught cold, the I
result trying a sudden return of the origi-
nal trouble. The lady, suffering consid- I
erable pain, during (he absence of Dr. |
Ellis at Shreveport, I.
THE CITY ELECTION.
; The city election, which took place tea*
Tuesday, proved to be one of the quletete
*“ «he history of Denison There was
but on* candidate tor mayor, sod th«
Iwf*Tm*n,c In the lecood and
, third ward* had no opposition. In
, '•* ,n? wards there was some-
inlng of a contest but nothing to arouse
I *n,c,e*', hhd but a portion of the
1 full rote was polled. The following am
n “ c*"'“**d b, the efty coun-
j cil on Thursday night.
; Total vote cast, 24b.
Mayor-H. Tone, 1445 B. Hassberg. f.
j Councilman—T. J Crooks, nj; ftf.
J Hughes, 11 j; J. O'Hearn, to. !
Crooks' majority, j,
SBCOMl M AID.
Total vote cast, 270.
Mayor—H Tone, *515
I L. Bernheim, i.
C°unctlm*n —W T. Cutler,
I ny Woods, 1.
Totnl voles cast, 167.
Mayor— H Tone, 163; Cow,
CouncDman-T W Dollarhldc, ifaj;
MfOIntjr, j; Yocori, i.
majority over MrGloty,
dl) Friday call*
ot Sherman, wi
wr. of Shetane
turned ho ms Sstiedif.
the city Friday on official *
Misses Pauline nnd Lam Er
bherntan, wt visiting friends ti
\ J,r'N k again In
■Mer^vabaence o, . m.
building. A large
ant time are antict
hop on Ms
kOu(|f JO#«; 1.
Total votes cast, 35S.
Mayor— II. Tone, »j6.
Councilman—T. f. Cal ho
L. Freeman, 150.
Calhoun's majority, 56.
MayAf — H Tone, 1014; B. Hassberg
u. n. wTvm/T:
Hit Beriee of Intereeting Lac tare*.
The present week promises u> be one
of Interest in educational circle*. Re*.
! Dr. A. D. Ma.<o. ot Boston, one ot Ihe
i foremost of American educators, will nr-
j riv* ,n ,h« rlty to-day (Suoday) and will
I remain throughout the week to lecture
on educational topics. Dr. Mayo's ser-
I mon at the First Presbyterian Church thU
(Sunday) evening will be on “How to
I Klnolc the Fire," and will treat ot the
| mental attributes and capacities of child-
| ten During the week at the same place
| he will deliver hi* great lectures “Amcrt-
: can Brain* v*. American Hands," "How
will Universal Education Pay," and
j others, treating the subject of Industrial
education, the race question In the socib
ar.d other living issues. In s manner that
will deserve the audience of every think-
ing individual in this community. Dr.
Msyo hs* spent the past several ream In
the south studying the educal onal ay*,
•erm ol the co<
I Mrs. O. E Dorris, ,
j Elmo Hotel, this cftt
j located In tne hotel bi
I *- T , was in the citv
j t> lends.
Mr. Ed. Moore, tele of 1
Central, arrived the early
••ek from the land of the ra
City Secretary T. E. k
encage* during the wwt
•Ml; of Use 81.
hut who Is wow
*•“ nt Hathome,
Friday —Mi^ .7^
►u* of the city.
pornlft* cm* • ►>* nii
a* a <
Workmen bfmn the work of p»
(he roof upon Coi. J. D. QuteeS
Main street block on Mondnv
J«« Meadows hat
Palmer's Interest In the White
and will be found at the helm o
atltutloo In future
The fruit tree* are Ml a blnon
grass Is "cUmbtag the -*----‘f
MU" in great shape under the I
of the prevailing April showers.
___.__,__,__, , - ----ntrr, and has spoken anJ
. 'on • Pro,ca»looal written upon the subject of Industrial
tour, consulted another physician who education It, the aout ”
use* electricity in his practice and
informed by him that electricity was
••truc'k I ^irec,l.v contra indicated in her case and
if used was calculated to result in serious
injury. The doctor further took
occasion to state that the man
who would think of using electricity upon
a sprain was not only deplorably ignor-
ant ot the properties of that element, but,
on general principles, a consummate
tool. This was where the physician in
question .’emor.»trated his depth
Beard AC Rockwell are the leading re-
cognized authorities 03 the subject of
electricity as a medical agent in Great
has arrested the attention of
every part of the country
'h In a manner (hat
Mr* Chns. Banket and children w
| Wave nest Wednesday la company sri
I Burch*I's brother, lot jgumpfv
j Tf»b-, to spend a month ov aft war
A special car Hashed with negro e—Hf,
! from the central portion a* North Cm
Una, arrived la fh« city Monday on Um
! way to Falla 1 J*alr, Texas, where, it
i reported, an African colons Is beta
an» P - - -t 1
L J. Athlon, (he noputet
live of Patti Rena, ia la the city,
for (he appearance of his afar
next Saturday night
By Prof. L. Molpoir. No chart,
scale or machine used. The only
perfect ladies’ tailor system in the
State. To prove it. he challenges
all others to cut a test. Dressmak-
ing in all its branches. Lady in at-
tendance, at 6i 1 Owings street.
preserves—both in tin
Scullin avenue, and the lady in attempt-
ing to jump trom the rig was thrown into
the street, receiving painful though not
♦ - —-
Maj. W. A. Holmes, representing 'he
East Side Building and I.oan Association,
arrived the latter part ot the week from
Boston and will commence at once the
er ction ot a number of dwelling houses
upon the property ot the association. A
building movement will thus be inaugur-
ated upon the east side which will give
that district a needed impulse and will
lead to its rapid improvement. The houses
erected by the association will be sold on
the installment plan.
The newlv elected alderman, Dollar-
hide, Cutler, Calhoun and Cro >Ws, will
be sworn in at the council meeting next
for the two men and the boy, set out in 1
search ot them. I'he stream was can- I *
vassed carefully for several miles but no "Si-rains (Strains)—Sprain* of joints
trace ot the missing ones was found. °* *'• kinds msv be treated by electricity;
Scott has a wile and two children living I .aradization and galvanization of the et-
in this city, while Thompson is a single I parts, with a mild, stable or gently
Seated. We have in
The citv committee appointed to solicit
subscriptions for the construction of a I
bridge across Pawpaw c»eek, east of the
city, seem to be backward in their
actions.—Dispatch. The committee in |
question would like to know what is eve- I
pected of them before thev go tearing ir-
regular holes in the atmosphere in their
mad haste to secure subscriptions As
vet, it has not been made known whethet
$10 or $io,ono was wanted. When this
question is settled will be time enough to
commence keeping cases on the back-
wardness (4 the committee.
A RARE CHANCE!
country. The dis-
tinguished educator will meet the
teachers at the High School at times
which will be made public In due season,
and it is desired that all patrons of the
schools, who can do so, will be present at
thesk meeting* It the school rooms are
not large enough to contain the audience
an adjournment can be taken to premises
haring the necessary capacity. That the
evening lecture* will be attended by
everybody who take* an interest In the
cause ot education is of course expected.
Bill Potts, Ruben Telly and Ridley
Hill (all colored j were before judge
Cook all day Thursday and the better
part of Friday on charge* ot perjury.
The accusation contained in the com-
plaints was to the ettect that in the effort
to swear Ridlev Hill out of the recent
GHffin shooting scrape, they had indi-
vidually and severally indulged in a Large
amount of decorative lvfng contrary to J
the law in such case made and provided.
The trial had the usual effect of a judicial ___
investigation, in which a negro embrtwlio Prr*“r,'ed, aad It* dignlt
Is the matter investigated Jt brought I r**®w**ed a* well as uudi
out lot* more Iving but nothing that I ,ud** ,hw P»»ceded Mm
would warrant conviction, and all three
were discharged. Judge Cook states that
if he had a few more cases like this to |
diagnose he would begin to doubt that
there was such a thing at truth in eslst-
Easter at 8l Patrick'*.
Uluir Nay Mlt'N A.11 ltiglit.
Mr. S. O. Blair, Chicago, says: “ We
“ could not keep house without yoilr
11 Clarke’s Extract ot Flax Skin Cure'and
"Cough Cure. We have used both for
“ numerous troubles, especially for our
" child. We recommend the Cough Cure
"to every family having children. We
" used it for Whooping Cough with re-
“ markably quick and satisfactory results,
" and use it tor any and every cough the
"family may have.” Only one size,
large bottle. Price $1.00. It you want
the best toilet soap get Clarke’s Flax Soap,
25 cents. Ask T. B. Hanna Ac Son, drug-
gHtS| tor these preparations.
I don', think this witness objected ,0 | j^h
kissing the book because she intend- -----' " '
ed to lie, but because it is a dirty
book. 1 respect her regard for
person and her health.”
\\ e are selling the best eating po-
earth, at 90 cents per
As the warm weather approaches lovers
Ot beer should not forget that Dr. Yeidel
is the sole agent in Denison tor the Tony
Fauyt beer, which is acknowledged by all
consumers as superior to all other brands.
especially in a musical wav. A few
j of them were beautiful 'girls, and
! are still handsome women. All are
: nice girls, kind disposition, generous
! and social in their natures. In short,
outside of one or two of either sex,
they are a family that any man
might well be proud to call his own.
This is given by way of argument,
noUboasting.—Susan Young Gates.
This is Fettit & Waltz. Go to
them for anything you want.
AUCTION OF FOUR OF THE CHOICEST RES-
IDENCE LOTS IN THE CITY.
On Tuesday, April 15,1890, at 2:30 P. M, on the Ground.
LOTS II, 12, 13 and 14, IN BLOCK 17, MILLER’S 2ND ADDITION
TO DENISON. V,
TERMS: ONE-THIRD CASH, ONE-THIRD IN 6 MONTHS, BAL-
ANCE IN 12 MONTHS, WITH IO PER CENT INTEREST ON DEFERRED
PAYMENTS. 2 1-2 PER CENT OFF FOR ALL CASH. TITLE PERFECT.
These Lots are each 50 by 150 feet, south front, and by far the pret-
tiest site for residences in the city; are on “Quality Hill,” and in the only
aristocratic neighborhood in the city; one block north and one block
west of terminus of Tone Ave. car line.
CO LOOK AT THEM.
labile cuirc.it are in
this way treated all stage* of sprains--
acute, sub-acute and chronic —and almost
uniformly thus far with beneficial or cur-
ative result*. We have not been able to
decide which current is preferable. The
power ot the tiadic current to allay irri-
tation and relieve lamenesa, in cases of
spiai » or injuries, was well illustrated in
the case of a Mrs.It., directed to us by Dr.
Kissam. Her foot was heavily pressed
upon by the rocker ol a chair and caused
such ecchvmosis, pain, swelling and
lameness that tor two months she was un-
able to walk more than from her house to
her carriage. The taradic current ap-
plied over and around the foot a number
of times relieved most decidedly the
►welling and lameness and enabled the
patient, in a tew weeks, to exercise in
walking without serious difficulty. We
nave treated a number of cases ot sprains
ol the wrist in pa'ients who are engaged
in manual emplovmenta; in such condi-
tions the localized application ot the fara-
dic current alone rapidly bring* on the
The man who, professing to be an elec-
trical spectslist, stil' flies in the face of
authority like the above must be anything
but a sate one to trust with the adminis-
tration of this potent Lut dangerous
remedy. If he doe* not know when to
use it he can hardly be expected to know ,
when mot to use it and tt as liable to
apply it to the treatment of fever* as to I
Ap.ch, medicin, , S, ,A, “ s“Td“.' ^
Speculation |a *1reedy rtf*
I the object of Mr. Goslft visit to
The proa* ol that country a.n
! m,t» l*»** the magnate has
1 laigt deal* in that -retina
• *• mooted In adeaacc hr eastern
voumsis Mo* tar all this mat ha a mat-
ter a* speculative not ion a* bused aooa
i authoritative action, remain* to he teen.
It la scarce!* probable, however, that Mr.
! (route's Jr. ifis, should he has* had nay
in the neighborhood retorted to, mate ha
1 known at so earl, a date He ctehw la
| be a maa of *r)sj.,m not words
Mr. T. I. Harris will step down * -
i the recorder's bench next To
nod the function* of the 4
been placed upon the shoulders of the
maror, he will be succeeded hr Mayor
1 Ton* It I* thr general opinion, except
among those arho has* < totaled (ha tees,
(hat Mr Harris has made a good recorder
I and there Is no doubt but the peace ot
the chy has, during ht* regime, been
The Faster service* at St. Patrick's
Church will receive an added charm from
the rendition of the following program of
‘'redo --------------------------- hrpa
Benedictu. ------- Farmer Arte. )
Agnus Dei --------------------. Mono I Ai *
Regina Coeli _______ Rossi |
Soprano, Mrs. FriU; Alto, Mis* Mim- | S
naugh; Tenor, Mr Holden; Basso. Mr. ;
Roch; Organist, Mrs. Mar* Everitt.
LteL April I, 1890.
Forr offici, Dieiacre cm
Th. r n. * -p
«*h* saves daps sn* sw a
ws* ■ r. Uses!; adse—aa
They will be MM Is* weak* hew Sb* dam ef taw
Mt and, M still------uNX b* ssuf m tbs
Dus I Law* < >a»<. » — — *r- —----1 hi
smut ssrostisti. pn* Uu K IM. Owa
«■ wffi hs rbasvsd aa asckjWn d mal a* SI
UM* AIWA) s HAVE TOV1 MAIL Dl
■ ICTIDTO YOU! milT AMDMUM-
C. T. Itarawaav* p. M
m. Wffimw A Jsbasaa. Mm* Alar
ffi,Mf«C V t.fcPf. A—a c—I;
MM|»b. Mr* ft
A Thrilling Anno
ft)act. II r
ft arm. AJk«
ftrtB. Mrs li-t, (car*
ol Jm» Gofub;
Minus. Mw* Lui,
Moafkm, tern M
toothache clear out of the tribe but he is
new church ia
(. An. <
more apt to drive the tribe into the h.ppy ^‘*“k “ .«!" ►** SO So ft
An attempt to burglarize the clothing
house of Hayes k Harris was made Wed-
nesday night but without success. The )
rear door was first tried but the effort to i
force the bolt proved fruitless. The
thieves then set to work to cut through
the brick wall, but after fortifying their
position with a barricade of boxes and
wot king for some time with an inch
chisel upon the brick and mortar ot the
wall, they abandoned this project also
and retired from the field. The numer-
ous bold burgla-iex, and atlempu at bur-
glary which have been made in the city of
late lead* to the conclusion that the com-
munity is being worked bv a very skilled
and industrious gang ot thieves, and un-
usual vigilance and precaution should be
exercised both by the police and private
individuals in lookt.'g after the protec-
ion of property.
o thousand five hundred
lari I will preach at the tabernacle Sun-
day Subject God laying the iorner stone
ai the world I in a servant ai God. Rev.
|. I_ Griffin."
The Illustrious pastor ot Hopewell is
evidently not penetrated with the popular
infidelity of the great max* of modern
representative* ot the cloth, lie believe*
with the sainted fathers of the church,
that the earth is flat and that It rests on
Gasfitting, etc , go to
Pettit & Waltz.
Km*. A K
. Mrs Calms
Judge LaBeaume's court was engaged
Friday grinding out the case* at several
citizens of Denison who had been Indict-
ed by the grand jury tor selling tetter*
ticket*. One man is indicted on |6
i counts, and If fined oa each h* will net
i have much left of bis test month's coto
H* <•«». Ml* An,
Hrm*. Mass Abra a
HuSdi. MW Bass
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