The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 49, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 6, 1890 Page: 2 of 4
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From our Special Correspondent.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
TNI OLDMT CH41T1KBO lo»»HCI»l. SCHOOL
Typcwrilirg, Shorthand and Telegraphy. Leads
the South in actual business and ufllte training.
Tuition, hoard, furnished room, light and
fuel, in private family, three mouths K>3. a11
months fuc. Fine College Journal free.
si tf Address, J. \V M AH AN , President.
M tnufsctursr of and Dollar In
A man in San Louis, Obispo
County, California, while sinking a
well exhumed tiie fossil vettebrie of
a whale. The well is located at a
point 2500 feet above sea level.
Persia has granted to Russian
financiers the refusal of all conces-
sions granted for the construction of
railways in that country during the
coming five years.
Mtu.. J. F. Masters, Cashier of
Ernmitt & Co.’s Bank at Waverly,
Ohio, says: “1 consider Chamber-
lain’s Cough Remedy the best I
have ever used. Alter using several
other kinds, without benefit, I tried
it and it quickly cured me, after
years of suffering with an obstinate
cough and throat trouble.” 50 cent
bottles for sale by Guiteau & Wal-
dron, and all druggists. 37-tl
The Illinois State Register ex-
claims: “Just think of it! Eighteen
hundred mortgages held by a single
firm in a Southern Kansas town,
and evictions similar to those of Ire-
land of common occurrence in this
banner republican state.”
202 Main St.
If You Have
COUCH or COLD,
WASTINC of FLESH,
Or any /Karma where the Throat and
iMnge are Inflamed, Ixtek of Strength or
Amw j'otrrr, you con be relieved and
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PaucraaiE «• Milk.
Atk for Seott'e Kmuleion, and let M
explanation or eolieitation induce you to
accept a eubetitute.
Solti by dll Druggiata.
SCOTT & BOWHE, Chemists, M. T,
For sale by Bailry & Ci'Lprpper
DenUon, [Texas. 47-im
Rev. Mr. Grimsley, pastor of a
Methodist church at Independence,
DENISON. TEXAS. I Ohio, has been asked to resign for
having used the following words:
“Now brethren and sisters, when
the benediction is pronounced,shake
hands one with another, and don’t
make a straight shirt-tail for the
door to see who can get out first.”
The gloomy fears and the weari-
ness of soul, of which so many com-
plain, would disappear if the blood
were made more healthy before it
reaches the brain. Ayer’s Sarsapa-
rilla purifies and vitalizes the blood,
and thus conduces to health of body
romolo Bitter 0
A Powerful Uterine Tonic and Female Regulator
for the Cure of all Female Complaints and Irregiv.
larities. For aale by all druggists. "Family Made
cal AtMamr" mailed Fmon application to
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J “OPE BURNS.
A young physician in one of the
Eastern hospitals for women *'js 1
ported to have discovered a process
of curing, or, rather, destroying
cancers by a peculiar application of
a current of electricity to the affect-
ed part. A current strong enough
to destroy the diseased cell, is said
to be not at all injurious to the gen-
eral health. The result is, that the
cell is transformed into a hard sub-
stance, that remains, but without
subjecting the patient to any incon-
No Quinine, no Arsenic, no Stry
chnine, no Cinchanidia, no Mercury,
no roaring or buzzing in the head
Try Cheatham’s Chill Tonic. Sold
by Guiteau & Waldron. 13 tf
Patents granted to inventors 1
the State of Texas, during the past
week. Reported for this paper by
C. A. Snow & Co., patent lawyers
and solicitors, opposite U. S. Patent
Office, Washington, D. C.: H. H.
W. W. Haupt, Kyle, wagon; A.
Vf.Lane, Dallas, punch ; J. Peggs,
Milford, motor for churns ; H. B.
Richards, LaGrange, poison dis-
tributor. Drawings and specifica-
tions of any of these patents will
he sent for the Government price,
25 cents in stamps. Always give
date of paper and address C. A.
Snow & Co.
Washington, D. C-, March 13, ’go. f
THE CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION IN
The time is rapidly approaching
tor the election of members of the
lower house of congress for the 5^d
congress. With all things equal
there is no reason why the Demo-
crats should not have a majority of
at least forty and perhaps fifty. But
in these days elections do not carry
themselves, nor do the voters act
from principle. The dollar, the
almighty dollar is the important
factor in too many cases. The next
thing to the dollars is perfect organi-
zation. In both of these essentials
the Republicans are far ahead of the
Democrats. The vital difference
between the two parties lies in these
facts, the Democrats depend on
eloquence and the Republicans on
—cash. The last presidential elec-
tion demonstrated the tact, that,
though the Democrats were over-
weighted by a political nonentity,
yet, they could have won had they
been as well organized and had
the same management as the Re-
publicans had. In the past it has
been the rule tor a national commit-
tee when the campaign was over,
to lay on their oars until they met to
call the next nominating convention
and to select a place to hold the
convention. But a new era has
come about. The Republicans
selected for the chairman ot their
committee, Meddlesom Matty Quay,
who is of the Kemble School of
Politicans, founded on “Addition,
Division and Silence.” Quay has
the most supreme contempt for any
man who pretends to be a politican
on principle, except the principle
that every man has his price. lie
is the originator ot the plan of sell-
ing a seat in the Cabinet lor cash,
paid in advance. He saw the plan
work so well that he propo«es to
keep it up. Mat is shrewd. He
saw that much valuable time was
lost in a campaign bv not being
organized at the beginning. He
then adopted the bold plan of a per-
manent working organization. At
the end of the last campaign his
committee had in cash, left over
from the campaign, over a quarter
vote* that can be bought for from
$2 to $3 will tell in these districts.
The list is as follows:
W. O. Arnold......
1. H. VVaikrr........
___.10th Mi »*a«. husett*.
• lull |
.... 1 st Ohio ...........
M. H Dunneil......
• 1S44 |
F. (J. Nicdrinifhau*.
. 1S10 I
G Y\' Smith.......
. ...joth' Illinois.......
li F. Fmlcv.......
....1 ith ktntucke......
J S. >her»nan .....
... .13d New York.......
J. A. Scranton......
T. H Carter.......
L. K. McCorn*'...
C. J. K.napp.......
...,17th New York ....
J. M. harquhar.....
... 3*d New York....
J A Caldwell.....
k. P Allen.........
K. S. Osborne.....
N. P Bank?......
---- Sth Masaavhusetia.
J . YY . \'anSchaick.
___4th YY isconstn.....
1). YV ilber .........
.....J4th New Yotk. ..
T. S. Hood.........
____iMh New York----
H. F. BarUne.....
YV. l>. Owm.......
C. P. Beckwiln ----
.....slh New Jersey....
H. M. Yardlev.. ..
J. P. Flick.......
U. C. Mi tore......
C. P. YV ickham...
I. 1.. More?.....
J. F. Lacey.......
W. K. SimoQs...
C. A. Russell..'...
. -Slh Iowa.............
----2d New Hampshire. v»77
.... 1 4th Oh 10............QT*J
... i»t low*.............5So
... -7th Ohio.............S5S
... 1st Connecticut...... 813
....6th New Jersey......774
... .3d Connecticut......740
... - lath Ohio............06u
....5th North Carolina.. 07$
W. W. Morrow..........4th California........<*55
P. Cheatham........-*d North Caroltua .. 053
T. E. Burton............aist Ohio............6i6
H. G. Ewart............oth North Carolina.. 51S
J. H. Wilson ...........10th Kentucky......473
K S. Williams..........3d Ohio.............. 413
T. H. B. Browne....
M. S. Brewer........
... ,t*h Michigan---- ..
.....1st New Hainshirc.
J. J Deilaven......
H. C. tvans.......
V. P. Cole in an ----
.... id Louisian * .......
| F. YV. YV heeler......
J M. M. Booth nun----
. ..<>th Ohio...........
1 H. Stockbnd*e......
1 M. P. stivers*.......
.....15th New \ork. .
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sing the same song ot praise.—A purer
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Bitters will cure all diseases ot the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and other affections caused
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Headache, Constipation and Indigestion
| try Electric Bitters—Entire satisfaction
guaranteed, or money refunded.—Price
Socts. and $1 per bottle at Guiteau &
Waldron’s Drug Store.
Young women are frequently sup-
!! posed to have consumption, when
the cause ot had health is leucorrhea,
whites, or some other temale trouble.
The system needs iron and uterine
tonics, all of which are combined in
Dr. Dromgoole’s English Female
Bitters. One bottle taken according
to directions will convince you of
the truth of this statement. If your
druggist don’t keep it. write Dr. J.
P. Drotngoole, Louisville, Ken-
tucky. 49-1 m
Senator Stewart has introduced in
the Senate a bill regulating the
manufacture, sale and importation
of lager beer. For the purpose of j
the act lager beer is defined to be a j
beverage made exclusively from j
hops, malt and water. Any other j
fluid is designated as adulterated !
lager beer. The hill imposes taxes 1
upon brewers of and dealers in
adulterated lager beer, with heavy
penalties tor failure to take out
license. All packages containing
the beverage shall he branded
“adulterated.” Adulterated lager
imported shall pay duty imposed on
For rheumatic and neuralgic
pains, rub in Dr. T. H. McLean’s
\ olcanic Oil Liniment, and take Dr.
J- H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. You
will not suffer lpng, but will he
gratified with a speedy and effective
lion. Chaunceyj B. Sabin. Lnited
States judge for the Eastern District
of Texas, died last Sunday morn-
j ing. after an illness of over a year.
I during which period he ha,d been
| unable to hold a term of his court,
j Judge Sabin was a native of New
■ York State, hut had been a resident
of Texas for many years.
Office ot |
Insurance, Statistics and History, '■
Austin, Texas, Feb -4, '90. J
To All Whom it May Concern: This
is to certify that the Union Centra! Life
Insurance Company of Cincinnati, Ohio,
has in all respects fully complied with the
laws of Texas as conditions precedent to
its doing business in this State, and that
said Company holds a Certificate of
Authority from this office entitling it to
do business in this jState tor ia months
from the 1st day of January, jivjo, to the
31st day of December, 1S90.
Given under my hand and
seal, at office, in Austin, the
[i.. s. j day and date first above
L. L. FOSTER,
of a million of dollars. But Mat,
like Oliver Twist, wants more ; so
when the campaign was over the
national committee came to this city
and took rooms at the corner ot
Fifteenth street and New York ave-
nue, where you can look out on the
White House and Treasury.
Figuratively speaking, Harrison is
ever under the eye of the national
committee. But money is what
they are after, and as there is a law
to prevent direct assessments on
office holders a new and unique
plan was adopted. The plan adopt-
ed is as follows: A certificate in
immitation of a ten dollar green
back bill is issued, which binds the
purchaser to pay on the first of each
September the sum of ten dollars,
and when this is done, and so long
»iit/Vw’StuAKraai?, n&J s .a
O. P. These certificates are signed
by M. S. Quay as chairman, W.
W. Dudley as treasurer, and F. W.
Leach as secretary. Every certificate
sent out for sale is registered, and
in the circular accompanying it is
this clause. “If you cannot act up-
on our suggestion, kindly return the
certificate sent you with the stubs
attached, as each represent in our
account so much outstanding cash.”
Now each office holder who gets
this knows that his name is on
Quay's books and it no credit is
marked against the debit, he knows
that he will have to go and some
one put in who will pay. It is esti
mated that one million of dollars
per annum will he gathered from
the hundred thousand office holders.
The next plan is to select some self-
important rounder in each voting
precinct in the United States. To
him is sent two of these certificates,
one for himself and one tor some
one he can select as worthy. This
man will feel elated at his selection’,
and visions of future greatness float
before his eyes. If he has the
money, can borrow or steal it, he
will send it and hustle to sell the
other. What importance this will
give him in the eyes ot his neighbors.
He, plain Brown, selected as the
confidential man of the chairman of
the national committee. From this
source at least one-and-a-half mil-
lions more will be realized. This
makes two-and-a-half millions. Let
not the colored man and brother
think that he will he slighted in this
skin game. They two must con-
tribute;- But theirs is on a different
basis. Emmissaries ot this commit-
tee will go among them and tell
them how they are persecuted and
hold out the illusive hope to them
that if- they buy one of these certifi-
cates they will be a safeguard and
as each one of them are registered,
if they are killed or injured by the
whites, then the committee will see
that the government punishes the
evil doers. Many thousand dollars
are expected from,this source. It is
safe to say that’ by next fall the Re-
publican national committee wiil
have three millions cash in hand.
Now- when you consider that the
national committee is M. S. Quay,
and that every man who runs on the
Republican -ticket tor congress and
comes to Quay lor assistance will,
as a sine </ua non before assistance
is granted, put a collar on branded.
I’m Mat Quay’s dog, you can easily
see how- easy it will be for him to
successfully- play the boss.
Right here a fact should be stated
j that shows how the dear people are
| humbugged. Brother Ben Harrt-
I son wants the world to believe that he
; and ’'Block ot Five Dudley” do not
} speak as thev pass bv. Therefore,
j many believe that Dudley has no in-
! fluence with this administration.
This is a mistake. Dudley has never
j wanted a man appointed but what
he has been appointed. I know that
! many will say that Dudley told them
; he really wanted to help them but
j could not. Now Dudley simply did
i that to get rid of them and makes
1 friends of the men he lies to. and
enemies tor Harrison. When Dud-
! lev wants a man in he goes to Quay
j and after that Quay goes to Ben,
| and we have got to hear of any man
; that Quay demanded be appointed
: and Harrison refuses. But hack to
j the fall elections. The following
[ list shows districts now held by Re-
i publicans by pluralities of less than
2,000. By a careful study of the list
it can be readily seen that but a
slight change ot from one to five
votes at each voting precinct will
put in Democrats in the places ot
these men. It can also be seen that
Besides the unheard of activity on
the part of the national committee,
.there Is the republican league asso-
ciation, which league has recently
held a convention at Nashville,
Tenn. This is an active otganiza-
tion to gather in ’the young and
active men. But the same schem-
ing heads and cunning hands that
hold the helm ot the party, also con-
trol this organization. Now, in face
of these plain, open facts, what are
the democrats doing? Literally
nothing. The national committee
is asleep. The congressional corrt-
mittee not doing anything, and the
papers of the party either lauding
Cleveland or damning him. To
read the democratic papers these
days, makes one doubt if there is a
party by that name. Many papers
can see no chance for the party un-
less Cleveland is again nominated.
Then, according to these wise men,
if Cleveland dies, then the party has
no chance. Such talk is bosh. The
party lived before he was horn. It
did its hardest work when his name
was not heard outside of New York
and only in a small portion of that
state. He was elected at a time
when any democrat could have been
elected, and when elected, made it
his special work to insult every
active democrat in the land. Forc-
ing himself on the party for a re-
nomination, he brought defeat to it
and now he and his heelers set com-
placently by and say, “We can only-
save you.” If the party is in this
fix, then let it die and be buried too
deep for resurrection.
A REAPPOR r IONM B NTSC HEME.
The republican party is a party of
schemers, if they are anything. Ac-
cording to all the precedents of the
past, the 33d Congress should make
the apportionment from the census
of 1S90. But the party has its doubts
as to its majority in the next House
so they have fixed up a scheme for
Robber Protection Porter, superin-
tendent of the census, to have the
tabulated bv Sep-
go over the list and let a congress
that is republican in both branches
make the apportionment. Thi
scheme I know to be a fact.
Mr. Navarro, whose engagement j
with the famous actress. Miss Mary
Anderson, has been announced, is a
native of New York City, where he
was horn thirty years ago. He is
the eldest son of Jose F. and Ellen
Dykers de Navarro. He is by pro-
fession a law-yer, having been ad-
mitted to the bar in June. 1884,
after graduating from Columbia
College. Mr. Navarro, whose full
name is Antonio Navarro tie Yiana.
is an accomplished linguist and a
musician of artistic temperament
and tastes. He has spent much ot
his time in travelling abroad, and is
a strict catholic. His mother is the
daughter of John Hudson Dykers.
for many years president of the New
York and Harlem Railroad, and
head of the old banking-house of
Dykers, Alstyne & Co., from which
he retired after a successful business
career of forty years. His father is
known chiefly in New- York by rea-
son of his constructing the High
Navarro Flats. The Navarros have
distinguished themselves in military-
exploits both on sea and land, and
have risen to the highest honors in
their native country—Spain. Thus
the family that Miss Mary Ander-
son is about to join is one of the
most aristocratic in this country.
On a recent visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dalton ot Luray, Russell County.
Kansas, called at the laboratory ot
Chamberlain & Co., Des Moines,
to show them his six year old boy,
whose life had been saved by Cham-
berlain’s Cough Remedy ; it having
curetl him of a very severe attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it
saved his boy’s life anti is enthusias-
tic in his praise of the Remedy. lie
says it has an excellent reputation in
his vicinity; that farmers come fif-
teen miles to his store for it and that
many of them, like him-elf, are
never without it in their homes. For
ale by Guiteau & Waldron, and all
A move is on foot to erect a
$300,000 opera house in Dallas.
The canning factory at Clarks-
ville is now ready for business.
Ground has been selected in Mar-
shall for the new canning factory.
N\ aco will not have the promised
water power display unless an addi-
tional $20,000 is subscribed.
Charles Reinecke, in Austin coun-
tv, suicided when told bv a physician
that he had cancer of the throat.
At Waco a rapid transit railway
company has petitioned for right of ;
wav over various streets.
The new- countv bridge across the
the Trinity at South Dallas, w ill he
C>mpleted in about three weeks.
A company is to build a canal too 1
miles long on either side of the Rio •
Granite Horn El Paso to Pena-
The union labor party ruel in !
convention at Clarksville and adopt- I
ed the seven demands of the nation- ;
al farmer’s alliance.
A man in McKinnev i» alleged to I
have borrowed money trom Metho- 1
dist preachers on forged letters of |
Real estate transaction* in Dallas
for the tirst twenty days in March
aggregate $1,236,076. a gain ot 30
per cent, over the corresponding |
period of last year.
Mrs. Eleanor Russell died at the ]
re-idcnce of her son. Stillwell H.
Russell, in Dallas, at the advanced
age of 77 wars. She was one of
the early mothers of Texas, having
settled in Brazoria in 1831.
It is claimed that the recent de-
cision of the interstate commerce
commission that railroads should
not offer reduced rates for carload
lots will injuriously affect Texas
merchants and shippers.
Reports fiom the various sections
of central and north Texas indicate
that oats were more or less injured
by the Match Iree/.e and that not
more than half a crop will he made.
Wheat did not suffer so much.
The death of Maj. Gen. Crook
suggests a vacancy anti the pro-
priety of the promotion of Brig.
Gen. Stanley to fill it, with the
probable transfer in that event of the
department headquarters to San An-
tonio. Gen. Stanley stands second
in the line of promotion, anti he w ill
be retired in 1S92.
The circulation of the blood —
quickened and enriched—bear* life
and energy to every portion of the
hotly; appetite returns; the hour of
rest brings with it sound repose.
This can be secured by taking Dr
J H. McLean's Sarsaparilla.
Tbe Buccess of Woman Suffrage.
Raid up Capital,
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Alex Hewale, N. M.
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Probably no class of people sutler
more with rheumatism than farmers,
and yet the re 1 edy for this dreadful
disease is, or should he, right at
hand. It cilery were eaten freely,
sufferers from rheumatism would he
comparatively few. It is a mistaken
idea that co'd anti damp produce
the disease : they simply develop it.
Acid blood is the primary anil sus-
taining cause. It celery is eaten
largely, an alka'ine blootl is the re-
sult. and where this exists there can
be neither rheumatism nor gout. It
el>4inl<l l*f», **»*•■••* . uukv^l- •* • •*
bits and boil till soft in as little
water as possible. Add to this half
as much m.lk as there is water in the
celery, thicken with flour anil season
with butter, pepper and salt. If you
cook it nicely anil give it a fair trial.
I am sure you will as soon leave po-
tatoes out of the daily oill of fare as
celery. It is nice as a sauce for arty-
kind of cold meats or fowl, or for
roasted poultry or game ot any kind.
Children will like it pouretl over
boiled potatoes, or it may he drained
from the sauce, mixed with mashed
potatoes, formed into little cakes
and browned. A ready wilted wo-
man will find numerous ways of
serving it.—A. C. in Country Gen-
During the warm weather yon
need an apetizer and strengthener.
Try Cheatham's Chill Tonic. Sold
bv Guiteau Sr Waldron. 13-tf
The New Theology’s Uonception of God.
THE HARRISON WAIL.
From the time that the Harrison
family have come to the White
House an eternal wail has been go-
ing up about t e smallness of the
building. If the Government were
to build a house large enough to
hold that family, on the basis of
their own estimate of their great
ness, it would bankrupt the treasury
But it a house was to be built on
estimates furnished by outsiders,
would not require more than a cou
pie of thousand. But this wail has
now assumed the proportions of
public nuisance. Mr. A. J. Hal
fort), who is a brother of private sec-
retary Lije Halford, has written an
article for the Ladies’ Home Jour-
nal telling of the Harrison woes.
He is kind enough to say in a foot
note, “This article was prepared Rev Dr. Lyman AShott in thr April l orom.
with the consent anti assistance of God anil nature are not dual. We
Mrs. Harrison.” In other words, have abandoned, or are abandoning,
Mrs. Harrison, of very humble be- the carpenter conception ot creation
gtnnings, has taken occasion to rush —the notion that God made the
into print to condemn a house that world as a builder makes a hou*e.
has been good enough for every We are substituting for it tl e far
president from James Monroe down grander conception of a God imma-
to them. It seems to have never nent in nature, anil ot na'ure as the
struck the Harrisons that there is no thought, not the handiwork, of God.
law to compel them to live in the We have cast away our' childhood's j
house. If the house is not good conception ot a robed monarch, en- !
enough tiiey can board, buy a throned somewhere in a central cap-
house or hire a hall, and wad to ital, anil ruling the world by means
their heart s content. But thev of an angelic bureaucracy—a kind I
bring forcibly to mind that trite old ot infinite-czar of a Russian uni- j
saving. ‘-But a beggar on horse- verse. We think of him as we think j
hack anil he will ride it to of the soul in the body, omnipres- j
death.” The great trouble with the ent in all its parts. We believe, j
family is. that thev are wealth wor- w ith the old Hebrew psalmist, that 1
shippers. Mordicai, sitting at the all pow er belongs unto God; that j
''M1" s ga'v. was no more ot an eye all force is in the last analysis in the j '
sore to Hainan, than is Mrs. \ ice- will ; that all so-called natural forces
President Morton in her palatial are the out-workings rf the divine I
residence to Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. purposes; that all so-called natural j
Morton is the wife ot a millionaire, laws are only habits of the divine I
Mrs. Harrison is not. This envy activity. Thev are simply the way
j on the part ot the Harrisons may he in w hich God is accustomed to act. !
j innate, and if so thev are unfortu- But this is pantheism, exclaims some j
nate. hut they shoultl cultivate the frightened reader. If it yvere, we |
| good tas-,- to stop this eternal wail- | shoultl not he alarmed. But it i« I
j ing for it only makes them appear j not pantheism. That the All is
i very ridiculous. Both man anil God. is one philosophic conception ; !
to he good Christians, j that God is in the All. is another.
FrancMinor in the April F'orum
Wherever woman suffrage has
been tried, it has proved a success.
The testimony from English sources
is abundant, that since the complete
enfranchisement of women in the
Isle of Man, the condition of public
affairs there has improved; and this
tact is used as an argument to show
that parliamentary suffrage shoultl
he extended to women in England
also. In the Territory of Wyoming
women have enjoyed full suffrage
since 1869, a period of twenty-one
years. Gov. Camphell, who was in
office at the time, in his message two
I • 4 tU m S sl. . ... —• — — A- — Jh
conuucted themselves in every re-
spect with as mm h tact, judgment,
and gootl sense as men. Two vears
after, he repeated that the system of
impartial suffrage was an unqualified
success. His successors. Governor*
Thayer. Hoyt, Hair, and Warren,
have all borne witness to the same
effect, and M. C. Brown. United
States Attorney for the Territory,
says that "woman suffrage in Wyo-
ming has accomplished much good,
and has harmed no one.” 1‘ages
might he filled with similar testi-
mony, not only as to Wyoming, hut
as to the other Territories where
woman suffrage has been tried.
Mere theoretical views in opposition
are hut as "small dust in the bal-
ance,’' compared with the*e actual
received » splendid li
I have just
Spring wear, that I ronnider the
ever brought to the city. The material I
style**. I can make you a auit that will
|>aticular. Call and nee the Latent Nos
piamoal^, ul Jewalfj,
GKNTLKMKN’M FINK GOLD WATCHES,
LAU1KM' FINE GOLD WA.*!
Mo||«| fine! .It>w«>lrx ast Very
All kimln of YVatchen and Diamonds Bought.
A large awMortment of good aecond-haix
\ cry cheap.
UNCLE BEN, 216 Main
The ftwu rZJT Cigar u U# Meet la the Market
FACTORV HUtTV-Nr\*J, Next IkMa ra Mi aasx’s Stssm
PAID UP CAPITAL. atAO.OOO.
•I. M. Foki*, President, C. W. Ptl*,
YV. G. Mkuinma, Vic** President.
TONY F4U8T BEER.
Fresh, sparkling and ice cold.
The imtnence sale of beer at Dr.
Y eidel’s Dispensary, enables the
Doctor to have
at all times. Yeidel's Beer is al-
fresh, is the verdict of the
Saxon or Oelt.
Thi*- Celt ami the Saxon may he
distinguished by the simplest of pru-
dential test*. Will the man spend
ten minutes on Monday to mend a
gate, and so save five rmnutes every-
day after? Or will he spend the five
minutes every day for twenty years,
because lie will not spare the ten
minutes to effect the needed rejiair?
In the former case he is a Saxon ; in
the latter, a Celt.—Frances Power
Cobh, in April Forum.
I* easily injur«*«i — t»i
thr* t)ir<*nt ««r laryrn
t**t»«\ flexibility, of
«tlig of *|M*;ik ill |di!
.. ......... tu t . t
»uv atfl v!ii<tti«l Iw
rx«*ry <*yni|>(otn j* i
uprwJy cun- do uUi«-r
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS
MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
TO Bh HOLD lt\ MTim RIP! I«»N ONI.Y !
The and outfit tot « mi
V ** nn( will ht trtdv ttnmed.afrit
A3E.C3 w;silu*3 :ESIiABLE TZUTXiT
on thi« grrat work will pirasr aildtra*. ••
a* poMihl*, tSr
4* tt New Y««?k.
For Bale or Trade.
For sale or trade on easy- term* a
fine lot of drug* and fixture*, al
Atoka, I. T. Population about
1200. \\ dl exchange or Denison or
Oklahoma City property. Good
pay, ami i» a gootl place for a physi-
cian. Inquire at thi* office.
37-tf I. W. Folsom.
Boarding and teed «tahle made a
specialty a» C’. M. Davi*’ stable, at
extremely low price*, and guaran-
teed satisfactory or to pay. Also a
wagon yard with fir-t-eja** accom-
modation*. Corner south of State
National Bank. Denison. Stall* also
rented an.I carriage* housed bv week
or month. 32-tf
•I. T. llouu,
YV. P. KlCICy
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
W. B. Munnon, W. G.
* PaulWaplkh. »»k. T. B.
J. M. Ford Sam Star.
McConnell & Hogg,
(IrocrrM, Commi**ion Merchants,
-AMD rolKalRtU Of-
FRUITS AND VEGETAB]
/*ish. Oysters, Vegetables. Fruit, &e.
Hcadquartcro for Fruit Box Material.
•r Sand for Qi
WAPLES, PLATTER 4
to MIIA ruTTO A «MUI
><»«. iota, ion, 110 a iiu Mail
Country Mi’rchant** would commit tbeir intcrcnt
ining our good* and prk-ea. Correapondeno
B. N. CARTER,
Office, Foot of Gandy 8t„ at Railroad Track.
—roa 8AIM BT-
R. M. KING,
Dealer in Pipe* and Smokers’ Supplies generally.
Main m|„ 1*t door east of W. U. Telegraph oAoi
• To ef|* « t
RHtilt Uh' II rtjUal t«»
hut if this outer wailing is hut a
sample of what is burning wittiin,
then, indeed, their Christianity has
taught them hut little. They are
not humble. Thev are envious and
worshippers of the golden calf.
I. A. G.
, 13 CONSUMPTION INCURABLE?
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., s a vs: '-Was down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King’s
New Discovery tor Consumption, am
now on nn third bottle, and able to over-
see the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middleware Decatur. Ohio, savs:
"Had it not been tor Dr. King's New
Discovery tor Consumption I would have
died of Lung Troubles. Was given up
bv doctors. Am now in best ot health.”
Trv it. Sample bottles tree at Guiteau ,V
Waldron's Drug Store.
It to believe that Gotl is the All in j
All is pantheism, then Faul was a i
pantheist, anti we art not afraid to !
he in his company. It is indeed the ■
company of the elect thinkers of all |
ages anti all religions.
We, therefore, have done forever
w th the distinction between nature
and the supernatural. What men
cali the supernatural is hut the spirit
force in nature. Everything natural
is supernatural ; everything super-
natural is natural.
Unless more care is given to the
hair, the coming man is liable to he
a hairless animal ; hence, to prevent
the hair from falling use Hall’s Hair
A newspaper publisher who might
do well in Mexico, has invented an
infernal machine which he places in
an envelope anti sends to those who
refuse the paper after taking it five
years and not paying for it. The
Dallas News treats Sam Jones with i machine explodes an, 1 kills the whole
family. 1 he fragments that fall in
The Pittsburg Gazette professes
to he greatly shocked because the
as little respect as would he shown
to a circus clown. The News, how-
ever, treats the sensational preacher
y.’ith as much respect as he does his
audience, if the Gazette's report ot
his sermons are to be relied upoq.
The truth is in some cases ridicule
is the proper weapon to use. and the
News has applied it to good
the yard kill
the dog.—The Raton
Taken up and estraved before J. M.
Cook, I. P., by J. S. Brasher, on :9th
March, 1S90, one sorrel norse about S
years old, 15 hands high, stripe in face,
knot on knee, had on small bell, shod
before, no brands, and appraised by J. P.
Moser and T. J. Marberrv at $43.
J. P. Austin-,
Co, Clk G. Co., T,
T!»«* in<*lyin*x till* |»r**p»rat*«*n raj*-
t«lly irr.talh n. «tr* null <rt.*» llir
"rsaiii « ( *f**-**« Ii. iiu] r« •!■«’«» II r %• ter
t** iB ton** an«l |Nix« r. No mine* r < r |M;|#iir
tprakit »1h*u1U Lm- willm ut it. I ydia 11.. mp.
•**n. ihe fjtm“’i% artrrtbfk. t'rrt-f.^* "
Cherry I’rrit-ral Lax l***«*n « t %• r> jrr« at r-
Ykt* |*> nit*. It intpruYra »: <!
tilt* V *»K*t*. Ati«l it liail* t fit tint* I -I tlif
curt* of cold* nd
•* t*Jfn Arvrrai ’fUtNH I l»avt- »I
frotu cold*, rutvlttf l.t ar«ttt< *x and rutin
I.** of voicr. In in\ pnfrtsliw *f an aur-
tionrer aiiy affect tt n of the v.-»rr - r throat
1*1 a Nrii.ut matter, hut at t*a« h attar*, f
li*\t* N**mi rellt-Vf-d I > a (r« d.-MTA of Axrf'%
Cherry reetoral. Tlih reiuetiy with •*<!)•
nary care, tms worked vuch a
that I I a\r «cff. red \«t> little mrouxt-n-
lencr. 1 Lave »;•**■ uv*d it tn my family «iUi
excellent results. In rough*, cold*. **—
Win. If. Quart!y, Mtiiln<ii. Australia
•• In the •pnnK of in5*t. at !*ort*m«.uth. Ya,
I was prostrated l»y a aevere attark >4 ty-
phoid pu»*mnoma- My physicians exhausted
their remedies, and for ooe year I t»as rut
Ahle to even articulate a word By the ad
vice of I>r Shaw l tried Ayer’s Cherry pec-
toral. and U» my surprise ami jrreai )<»y. in
less than one month 1 could converse easily,
in a natural tone of rolce. 1 continued to
Improve and have l-ecome since a well man
I have often recommended the Pectoral, and
have never known It to fail.” — George R.
Lawrence. Valparaiso, Ind •
Ayer's Cheny Pectoral,
DR. J. C. AYER & CO, Liwl, Man.
J. B. YcDougau. t Co.
• vi lnt —
SKCl Rm. Y|i*RTi; tGK t\|i TRL>T OL
This Mead it lme at
rt Padif mmtS Ha
•, Haat a fre tern
w.t* *4 the mmmsm
Im*< 1. All tike rmam
P IH, aa*4 mv
% iImt Van
r Morn i ETOftm,
- - TEXAS.
R^ttMlaraeiM* tha Mm
imUm trtra — OaitnJ • «Ji-
• thfw, aa awppim
tapesi» ot #au *4 a Aral daai
* are well 9 afaeliH §a4 <aa
m vtlrf to «a»-
Aae, mm4 tha talali i mm
he hem imIk. a« n, » i in
F. D. MARSHALL, M. D.
DunlMon, T<• xiih.
j In Kherhumr Nnldiag «rifir* with Dr. W If
| Mills. Residence 103 A*Matron* Aee. Hour*—
I S to 10 1. m.. a to 4 a«d 7 to 4 p. aa at o&ce and
I tall S a. m. and it to 1 p. m. at re»>dea-c Tele
j phone. aA tf
BKIDGEa TO BUILD
Notice is herebv given, that bv order
ot the Commissioners* Court ot Cjravaon
County, Texas, acalnj bids will be re-
ceived, to t*c opened on ihe 15th daa ot
April, iStjo, tor the building of one Iron
and 6*c combination bridges in *aid
countv. The Court resenes the right to
reject »ny, ot til bid..
Thi* the i*t d«y ot March, A, D. 1S90
Attest: J- P. Auvrut, Clerk.
By E C. Far, Deputy. 4^-td
G BfcAUN. Prop*.
*>"»•» I'M! D.,1,
MAIM STRUT, - - DSMIbOM. T**A
tr. .04 turn dm. Rw w»ylMl n
FINEST WINES, LIQOORS. Etc
to be fosaaad ta the world
-A SPECIAL FEATURE-
Drop In and paat a tew minute* while
waiting for the train.
•aedemau. mdu tom
a r .
o m rgMWTACO.n
Reisen. Krattiger & Co.’s Cream Bakery,
ih.tf.3n HEVt rrT * RTtULK) J
No. Ilf* Wont Main Mtwt.
DEALERS IN CONrECTIONERT, CAKES.
FRUITS. NUTS AND ALL SUMMER DRINKS.
.Freak Bread, Cekee, Pm, Jkc, delivered to nil parts ei nt
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