The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 16, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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OLD RELIABLE GROCERY
Onytom County Bari
We, your committee appointed
to draft in expression of the bar of
Grayson Connie with reference to
the late Judge Bledsoe, respectfully
submit the followings
The great Napoleon, when naked
bis opinion of Goethe, simply said,
“Then is • maw." This best de-
scribes Judge Bledsoe. The qual
•*y most admired -in a man is
strength, and this Judge Bledsoe
possessed. He wss strong in body,
strong in mind, strong in bis convic-
tions, strong in bis sense of right,
strong in everything.
This strength was displayed in
everything be undertook, and, of
course, achieved success. He
showed himself a gallant soldier, a
fine surveyor, an able lawyer and a
Neglecting all arts of polish and
hating dap-trap and pretenses with
all his soul, his wonderful faculty
of presenting bis thoughts in a tew
terse strikingly original expressions,
often spoken somewhat in a broken
manner owing to a stoppage in his
speech, generally carried conviction
home to all who beard him. Always
fearless and outspoken in his con-
victions be was called affectionately
by the people “Hooest Old Joe.”
Like all strong men he had a
kindly heart. Misfortune never ap
pealed to him again, and never was
hi* power so fully displayed as
when he exerted it in defense of the
weak and oppressed.
He lived the full term allotted to
man in this world, but yet in his
death his family morn the loss of a
kind, devoted husband and father,
the bar, a lawyer of high character
and ability, aod the community at
large, a true man.
To the memory of such a man,
flowers are not appropriate. Rather
yp ). LEEPER.
Blanco is getting ready to leave
Cuba. He wants to get out before
the American flag floats over More
The anniversary of the death of
Charles Stewart Parnell was ob-
served in the chief towns ot Ireland.
The troops are concentrating pre-
paratory to embatkiog for Cuba.
Madrid government informs the
American commissioners at Havana
that Cuba can't be cleaned up by
enes in the world. Ncrching bat
the best of malt and hope used in
the manufacture of these two moet
SASH and BLINDS.
Corner Austti Are. and Crawtord Si.
Watchmakei and Jeweler.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
*a$ main st., Damson, m,
Pot Congress 5th District,
C. L. Potter.
Joseph D. Sayers.
For Lieutenant Governor,
Jas. N. Browning.
Thos. W. Smith.
R. W. Finley.
| John W. Robbins.
For Railroad Commissioner,
Allison L. Mayfield.
For Associate Justice Supreme
Public opinion in Germany is
changing, and the feeling ia that the
United States should retain the Phil*
ippines. German citixena in the
Orient are opposed to German in-
terference in any way.
Republicans have elected a sena-
tor in Oregon for eight years.
The yellow fever situation is
growing worse. There were six
new cases at Jackson, Miss., yes
Major General Lawton is ill and
will sail from Santiago to the United
Colonel J. W. C. Lee, chief quar-
termaster at Camp Thomas, teiti-
fied before , the war commission:
“The contiguity ot Chattanooga
Just What You Want
u | Ghuul
,tt. 1 Rkpaming
pOLEY THE TAILOR,
i os Main Street.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
Biuin, Ptatm, Traps, Carts.
W. a. KXAVR. H. U. BOWK.
KNAUR ft HOWE,
Deniaon Foundry ft Machine Shopa.
Execute all work pertaining to the bust-
Thoa. J. Brown.
For State Superintendent Public
T. E. HORAN
trimming in lines. Rows of rolled folds of the broadcloth of which the (own Is
made follow the outline of the pointed panne I of the skirt and the circular bounces,
•• .V1' “ •»d Jacket. The latter la odd and pretty-a fancy bolero
which fatten* diagonally acroaa the butt with three embroidered velvet button*. It
alopea away from the front, dUcloelng above the brown velvet belt an under-blouse
of brown and white polka-dotted taffeta The sleeves, ending wtth a enrve over the
tend around the back, drooping toward the train, thus accentuating the length of
the back breadth. The* ruffles encircle the back and sides, then turn ■■ ,.rh .ia.
J. S. Kendall.
For Associate Justice Court of
M. M. Brooks.
For Representative (three to elect),
+13 to 41} W. Caxstnut St.
cakes and beer in the camp were
permitted, was a far more profitable
cause of disease than the sleeping
of the men on the ground or any
other cause that had been suggested.
The Dingley law is justifying
itself as a revenue raiser. Its sur-
plus last month over normal peace
expenditures was more than $4,-
A dispatch from Madrid of yes-
terday says the ministers were es-
pecially summoned last evening to
hear read telegrams from Senor
Montero Rios, president of the
Spanish peace commission, stating
that the Americans demanded all
the Philippines, but would under-
take to assume the debt of the is-
lands, provided Spain pays tbe
The Spanish commissioners
strongly objected to this, and insist
that tbe United States should as-
sume the Cuban debt and allow
Spain to take the war material in
Cub* and Porto Rico. The govern-
ment fully expected that the Ameri-
cans would accept the Cuban debt.
T he complete evacuation of Porto
Rico is expected to take place by
October 15. The people are hope-
less of the result of the peace com-
Thomas P. Wells,
C. H. Smith,
S. P. Evans.
For County Judge,
J. D. Woods.
For County Clerk,
L. M. Tuck. >
For District Clerk,
W. P. Head.
For County Attorney,
Silas Hare, jr.,
A. D. Shrewsbury.
For Tax Collector,
W. P. Strickland.
For Tax Assessor,
For County Treasurer,
R. V. Baxter.
For County Surveyor,
J. E. Kern.
For County School Superintendent.
fmt warn, nut
Htgk Barf, CUp Pork.
Cattle are high. They are also
scarce. Ask tbe butchers if this is
not true. A Sherman batcher tells
the Democract that be can scarcely
find beef enough to supply bis trade
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IS.
The threatened trouble between
France and England bas blown
over. France has backed squarely
down on the Soudan question.
The witnesses before tbe war in-
vestigation commission testified that
the army rations were good and
that mistakes were unavoidable.
Major Gallager said the lack of
rations at Siboney was due to bav-
ing 'qo transports. He also said
that two out of five of his civilian
assistants were inefficient and indif-
Spanish notified that they must
evacuate Porto Rico by October 18.
America will furnish transports if
Spain is unable to get them.
Instructions have been sent to
the United States military commis-
sion in Cubs fixing December 1 as
the date when Spanish control over
the island must cease. The com-
I missioners, acting upon these in-
structions, have notified the Span-
iards that all ports and custom re-
ceipts and tbe management of muni-
cipal affairs will pass into tbe hands
of the American military com-
mander in tbe island.
President McKinley has started
on s trip to tbe Omaha expoaition
and other points.
The parade of the Knights Tem-
plar at Pittsburg, Penn., was the
greatest event in the history of the
Thousands were in line.
the sincere sympathy of tbe bar.
D. E. Bryant, Ch’n.
W. W. WnjUMs,
J. P. Cox.
J. D. Woods,
Dob A. Bliss,
1. M. Staudifss,
W. M. Peck.
GEOROE P. STANFORD, Agent
and sometimes is fearful that be will
run oat before be can receive another
supply. He says at tbe prices, 8 to
,aH cants, there is no money in
beet, and that tbe price ought to be
from to to 15 cents to make any
«>ooey. On tbe other band hogs
are plentiful and low in pries, but
the old price on pork must be main-
tained in order to get bock part of
the loss on beef. It takes three to
four years to reverse tbe sitnatioa in
beef, hut bogs can be high one year
J. B. King.
For Public Weigher,
F. D. Hagan.
For Justice of the Peace, Prei
No. 2 (two to elect),
T. J. Crooks,
W. T. Cutler.
For Constable, Precinct No. 2,
John R. Preston.
For Commissioner, Pr. No. a,
W. P. Dugan.
Money to Loan on improved
city property at very low rales.
Will take up Vendors’ Lien notes
and Mechanic’s Lien on homesteads.
Real Estate Dealer, 1x2 W. Main
of the southwest are nearly destitute
cattle. There will be a spurt to
raise cattle, and in a few years beef
will be cheap again.—Sherman
Tbe Gabettekk thinks this is a
very correct statement of the condi-
tions, but it fails to see anything in
it in favor of silver at tbe ratio of 16
to 1. Free silver advocates should
be very guarded when they discuss
the rise and fall of American pro-
'OLD JOE WHEELER.
FRANK BRUNETT, Propr.
Old Joe Wheeler,
Solid at hi* poet,
Not a thing to kick about,
Nobody to roast.
Never writes a letter
Full of gall and spite;
Old Joe. Wheeler,
He’s all right.
Old Joe Wheeler,
Flat upon hia back,
Got the boys to carry him,
Marshaled the stuck.
Doctors couldn’t handle him,
Off be went to fight.
Old Joe Wheeler, He’s all right.
Weary was the army,
SpanU'd* hard to beat;
Some one passed the word along,
“Boys, we must retreat.”
“Hang It, no,” aaya ancient Joe,
“Never Uke to flight.”
O'd Joe Wheeler,
He’s all right.
After Santiago fell,
Fighting men got sick;
Generals and colonels
All began to kick.
“Hang It all,” th’ot General Joe,
“This disgusts me quite.”
Old Joe Wheeler,
He’s all right.
Teddy wrote an angry note,
Stirring Alger’s bile,
Ripped the powers up the back
In a rough-shod style.
Not a worn old Joe let drop
At this woeful sight.
Old Joe Wheeler,
He’s all right.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER It.
Senor Sagasta ia at last becoming
reconciled to the eventual loss of
the Philippines, although it is a
most bitter disappointment to the
.queen regent and the cabinet. The
secret hope bad been cherished by
the premier that Spanish diplomacy
might prevail on France, Germany |
and other powers to exert their I
influence to withdraw the final set-
tlement of the Philippine question
from the Paris commission to an
international conference in case tbe
United States should insist on any-
thing more in the archipelago than a
port and a coaling station.
Work on the cruiser Vixcaya has
When you bring cotton
call and see me. I carry a
fine line of
Take a jng or bottle home.
I will make it an object to
trade with me, because I will
treat yon right.
Just think of that $3500 prise
fight fee to J. S. Hogg; that $10,-
100 fee to J. S. Hogg for "collect-
<ng” a balance from tbe U. S.; that
Southern Pacific compromise in
which J. S. Hogg got a fat tee for
his "influence" with tbe state
taiders aod many other items! All
of which must be paid for with 4
cent cotton 1—McKinney Democrat.
Tbe peace commission at Paris
seem to be doing little.
The Indian situation in Minne-
sota is still considered very critical.
A dispatch from Rome, in large
type and head lines, says; The
Spanish ambassador informs the
New York Journal’s representative
that Spain will demand intervention
of the powers if the United States
sue of tbe Waco Daily Telephone.
The soldier writer is tbe son of our
friend J. D. Shaw, editor of the
Waco Independent Pulnit. Young
Shaw ia a very interesting young
writer. Tbe letter was written just
after tbe cepture of Manila, in which
he participated. His description of
tbe scenes that came tinder his ob-
servation as our army entered tbe
General orders issued for the
movement of Gen. Fitzbugh Lee’s
corps from Jacksonville to Savan-
nah for embarkation for Cuba.
•The Washington Pott’s reports
from corresponderts show that the
next bouse of representatives will
contain 166 republicans, 128 demo-
crats, 13 populists and four silver
Cotton crops in Kansas are said
to be badly damaged by rain. In
some sections where the farms are
mortgaged the farmers will not pick
out the cotton.
Mother St Claire, tbe oldest nun
•n Texas, dropped dead at Corpus
Indian troubles are still serious,
and a general rising is feared.
Tbe coal miner’s strike in Illinois
is still on.
The Baltimore Sun says the cot-
ton planters themselves are responsi-
ble for low prices, since they grow
a larger crop than tbe world de-
mands. This remark looks familiar.
All the planters make it once e year
and then put in more cotton.
The Kaiser will visit Palestine
with great pomp and ceremony.
The entrance into Constantinople
In Denison, and the peo-
ple will tell yon that.
Bread sales more than
doubled in thirty days.
Try the . . .......
DtasiM Bilwj hr Bread.
insist on annexation of
Tbe first Texas will go to Cuba.
S100 Reward, $100.
Tbe readers of this paper will be pleas-
ed to learn that there 1* at least
dMadAif dlsmA** ---*---*-- I___
- —r _ _ „ -1 one
dreaded disease that science bas been
able to cure In Sll its stages, and that is
Hall’s Catarrh Cure ia the
onl£ positive cure now known to the
~ ‘ *'“JfijjSCOB-
requlres a eonatltu-
Hall’s Catarrh Cure
the blood and mucous surface** of *the
system, thereby destroying the founds-
tion of the disease, and giving the patient
strength and building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing Its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer one hun-
dred dollars for any case it fails to cure.
medical fraternity. Catarrh being
stitutional disease requires a cc
tional treatment. _______ „_,v
jibken internally, aetlng directly upon
system, thereby destroyingU
tion of the disease, and giving
The publisher! of the London
Year Book have a singular libel
suit on tbeir bonds. In s recent is-
sue, in describing the various tbe-
eters in London, the statement wee
made that it often happened at tbe
Lyceum that Sir Henry Irving’s
voice could not be heard, by tbe
fMtter pert ef tbe audience. Sir
Henry demanded of tbe publishers e
retraction. The editor refused, on
tbe ground that the statement was
one of feet end not of opinion, and
retraction would amount to a confes-
sion that be had stated a falsehood.
Then Sir Henry filed e suit for
FINN & Mc8WEENEY,
IF YOU ARE THIKING OF HAYING 80KE
j That'stksKasaf It
\/We notice in the Sherman papers
e flaming advertisement that does
not speak vat y well for tbe cotton
buyers of tbe metropolis ot Gray-
son, namely: That e “Merchants’
Association” has just been organ-
ised there for tbe purpose of assur-
FOR THE HOLIDAYS, CONSULT
The Finest Wines
And Liquors ....
103 W. Main Street.
P. O'Donnell's Old Stand.
The publicstionof tbe new Hous-
ton republican paper, tbe Daily
Times, has temporarily suspended.
Tbe paper will, however, be con-
tinued as a weekly. Tbe first num-
ber of sixteen pages reached this
PliMdHt CUBAN OIL cores
I Itllllvl 9 Cut*, Burns, Braises, Rhea-
madam and Sores. Price, 26 cewta.
of tbe German Emperor will be
unique and imposing. He will ride
on a pure-bled Arab stallion, the
gift of the sultan. The metal part
of the harneu will be of pure gold
Thousands ot people are fleeing
from Mississippi and Louisiana in
consequence of the yellow fever
The Texas Farm sad Ranch for Oo
%MTANTED — SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY
*v wpros in thi- Mate to niaaags oar host
The leading cigar ia “t^ueen
Marguretta,” just introduced ia this
city Two for quarter. • tf
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 16, 1898, newspaper, October 16, 1898; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572124/m1/2/: accessed January 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.