The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 31, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
r <**» *erve your
table with the beet
line of goods ever
offered in Denison.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
GEORGE P. 8TANFORD. Ao
North Carolina it advancing
rapidly in manufacturing capacity.
A new cotton mill ia to be built at]
Newbonme. N. C., backed byl
Baltimore and Southern capitalist*
to coat $a,ooo,ooo and will manu-1
facture cotton duck.
~ The American Window Glaaa I
i Company threaten* to reduce (be I
price of window glaaa 33)$ and
to make a fight on the Independent
Glaaa factories in cate the? continue
their refute! to join the consolidation.!
Secretary of Agriculture WHaep, j
I haa aent sixteen forreatora to the
State of Washington, to study the
growth of the fir trees with a view of
P The ship Can McPherson, sailed
1 on Saturday from Tacoma for
South Africa, loaded down with
During the paat week expedstioaa
I were fitted out at Seattle, Washing
B. C. MURRAY,
null PHILADELPHIA LETTER.
Hews from all Qaartare Ooudsnaad—What
the Workers art Doing—Boci-
beautiful ia art and nature, to culti-
vate the mind, to be familiar wrfb
the mighty thoughts that genius has
expressed, the noble deeds of ell!
the world, to cultivate courage nod
cheerfulDes«, to make others happy.
Aa well m warmth and comfort ia derived from tha
ne of the
American milling machinery man-
ufacturers ere beating the English
and German manufacturers in South
Africa. The Kamb railroad com-
pany of New York recently shipped
one of the largest horixontal air-
O | General
.TV. J Repairing .
The beat and cheapest wood boroera ever offered
to the public. A number of new improvanemia
over the old able. See them at
one of the la
Diamond mines at Kimberley.
Our consul at Amoy sends word
that corn meal, gnu and hominy
can be landed in Chins at a price
that will compete with rice. This
is an important item of newt for
those who are engaged ia that in-
I dnstry. American millers desire to
send cargoes of com to Chian, but
the con.ul says it is brat necessary
W. *. kNAUK. h. a HOWS.
KNAUR A HOWE,
Denison Foundry & Machine Shops.
execute all work pertaining to the bust-
ton, for t ha Cape Nome Gold dig-
gings. They are going to Skagwsy,
Dawson and down the Yukon over]
the ice. This long route is taken ia
order to be in advance of the ex-
traordinary stampede anticipated in
•be spring. Merchants are already
preparing for an outfitting trade far
j in advance of that of the Klondike
two years ago. More then aoo ves-
sels will be engaged in the trade.
The total mileage of the Pennsyl-
MOMDAY, AMD TUESDAY, DXC. 34-36.
All ot Soutfiern California was
visited by an earthquake yesterday.
A Loa Aegales dispatch says t At
4135 o’clock this morning e severe
cartbonake shock was felt over a
large portion of Souther* California,
the undulations lasting about twelve
| seconds. The center ot the shock
appeared to have been at Sun Jacin-
to, a small town ia Riverside coun-
ty. The business portion of Sen
Jacinto cooaiats of two blocks of
two-story buildings, some of which
are built of bnck. Ten or fifteen
buildinge were damaged, chimneys
toppled over and walla cracked and
I shaken. The total damage at Sea
I Jacinto and Hemit. a small town
nearby, ia estimated at $50^00.
I The Urge tourist hotel at Hemit
damaged end the hospital at
Chaxlxs D. Kingston. Paor’n.
erected in Hoboken, N. J., and * 10r rmlw
site is now being purchased for that I f
The cry of the people of the weal
will be deep water to the gulf, so
says the president of the Illinois
Central, wbo has been touring along
the Mississippi river frotn St. Louis
to New Orleaaa, and declares that
1 with the opening of the Panama
Isthmus, New Orleans will become
>he commercial centre of New York
and the South.
Tbe Japanese imperial govern-
j ment has just ordered 30,000 tons ot
rails from Pittsburg for quickest
Tbe Hallettsville Herald says.
“Every democrat baa lua own ideas
on tbe subject ot expansion end be
baa a right to entertain those ideas
until the party baa spoken in Ration-
al council.'' Dona tbe Herald take
tbe position that a democrat baa no
right to bis own ideas after tbe party
has spoken f If that's bis opinion he
haa queer ideas as to wbat consti-
tute* an booeet man.
g R. BIRCH,
93 p r cent and Chicago 77 per was < _
cent. This show* that the empire San Jacinto also suffered. The
of the Hog is rooting its way west-1
The largest paper mill in tbe|>cl1’ *So
world with tbe exclusive manufact
ure of writing paper is to be erected
at Runfotd Falla. A canal over a
mile long will be constructed to fur-
nish water power. It will take
about a year to complete the plant
end New York and Philadelphia
capitalists are behind it. Tbe plant
will cost $3,000,000.
The Oxrnard Mining company of]
Calfornia haa struck a curious aa-
pkaltum bed out in tbe ocean at
SammerUbd, which is tbe home of
tbe California Spiritualists, although
there is no connection between tbe
two facta. An oil well was being
drilled from Oxrnard Wharf at a
point of 400 feet from the shore end
tbe drill at 100 in debth struck a bed
of aspbahum. It is of the purest
kind and of great value. v
Tbe Consolidated Mica company
proposes to secure control of all the
mica mining companies in tbe
United States with a capitalization
wall of the Johnson block at Hemit Tbe Gaxxttskr extends coodo-
waa injured at either 1,^ to friend C. F. Lehmann of
piece so far ea known. The shock ^ Hallettsvill* Herald in tfa. death
was heavy at Santa Anne. Aaheim, * hit (>tb„, wbo died in Houston
San Bernardino, Riverside end otb- . tww days since. The deceased
•r pUcoa, but no particular dam age ^ „*** tbe ripe age of 7 > years.
For tbe last twenty-seven years be
has been in the employ of the*
Southern Pacific Railroad at ma-
chinist. _ "
A bill ia to be introduced into the
next congress to provide e borne for
the president ot the Uoited States.
The Kentucky distilleries and
warehouse company announces that
it will cease businea* with insarancr
men. Hereafter; instead of paying
the premiums to the company to
protect the buUdiogs the company
is reported except from San Jaanto
and Hemit. In Loa Angeles so
damage waa done, though tbe shock
was particularly violent, v The
bouses were filled with eastern tour-
ists and they were in many instances
terrified at tbe unexpected disturb-
ance and rushed from tbeir rooms
Ladysmith still holds out There I dosed
ia no change in tbe war situation «n *
South Africa. Tbe news that the
Colenso footbridge has been de-
stroyed seems to show that Gen. The
Bolter is more anxious to keep the Mile*
enemy at Day than to attempt a paid f<
farther advance. Despite tbe troller
severity of the censorship, hints are oded,
being continually received of the by $*
serious spread of Dutch disaffection ____
in both the Queenatosra district of
Cape Colony and Natal. The re- Kk
volt in Cape Colony ia spreading ®
and the Times says this ia tbe real Art m
danger, making possible ao area of \
operations *0 vast that an additional pimp!;
50,000 troops would easily be swal- *jj^rh
lowed up in maintaining the enor- imafw
mous lines of British cooamunica-1 ***
tions. I rianta
Over fifty miners lost tbeir live* in
a shaft at Braswall, Pa., caused by Qolde
an explosion. P**”-
A large number of men are leav-1 the c
mg this country to cast their lot with I —»
the Boer Republic. *—--
Over $15,000 be* been subscribed ■>* *
for tbe relief of the widow end fam- whole
ily of the lata Gen. Lawton.
As usual a large number of hoi a
ebustmaa killing* are recorded. *i »
One of the important acta pasaed 1 SSs*
by the Chickasaw legislature at it* I S' *
1 last session baa been approved by r Swvsi
President McKinley. The act pro-1
atS Main St., up-stairs, Denison,
If you want a business
house or dwelling built,
See ns, and we
will save you
and give yon the best work
in Denison. ....
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of
Ofticx £>vxe 319 Main St.
Telephone Connection in Office and
will set aside the amount.
This is a year ot surprises. It is
now said that we can not only tele-
graph without wires, bnt we can
also telephone without wires.
The contemplated treaty with
France will work hardship on the
American hosiery industry, because
it provided for e 30 per cent reduc
tion in existing duties. A sharp op-
position will come trom that indus-
The leading grain merchants of
Chicago say the only salvation for
Saddles & Harness
Ily" 1 vtM u UlUUllUg We Keep Everything,
To You All: We cmry a fall line of
I have a superior line of DRUGS
goods purchased expressly for Chemical*, stationerj
the holiday trade. Eight- T«U«*t Preparation.,
year-old whiskies for home SES M^icine..
use. A fine line of wines. „T , ....
Winter drinks a specialty. DOondine PRESCBIPTIC
New York is through the Erie canal.
Tbe estimated coat of such an en-
terprise according to some experts
ia $35,000,000. Thi* would give
12 tcei ot water and admit barks
carrying 35,000 bushels of grain.
According to Denver advices,
traveling treight agent* arriving
there say that the railroads of Colo-
rado have reached a point of pros-
perity beyond which they cannot go,
because they have not enough car*
to handle the business offered.
Large deposits of magnesites are
being worked in Greece, and Am-
erican manufacturers are working to
import large aupplies to thi* coun-
try. It can be done at about a rate
FRANK BRUNETT, Propr.
FINN & McSWEENEY
Utah and in that section of the
United State* if the new coking
The two largest and best brew-
eries in the world. Nothing but
the best of malt and hops used in
the manufacture of these two most
All goods first-class
process proves to be acceptable.
New York Coffee Exchange is
considering tbe subject of allowing
the tea association to combine with
therri and do business on the eighth
The Finest Wines
And Liquors ....
103 W. Main Street.
floor. The visible supply of tea
for tbe United States, December
first was 60,000,000 pound*. The
average monthly consumption, is
esu mated at 7,000,000 pounds.
An immense refrigerating plant
Tbe Diamond Market
(Established in 1873)
JOE QUINN, jF>rop>r
lUi Mala atreet.
and Game in Season.
for these fish can be built up in the
Canada has in all expended more
than $87,500,000 on her canals and
the contemplates very greatly in-
creasing that amount.
On January first 1900 there will
be more than $2,000,000,000 of
American currency in the hands of
American citizens—giving n per
capita circulation of $37. This is
an increase of over $400,000,000 in
The study of the English langu-
age in the Porto Rican acbools is
•cmUc importers are making initial
deliveries to the jobbing trsda.
Waist houses are buying heavily on
taffetas. Cloak and suit people are
buying linings of average quality
but are shy on novelties.
In lingerie, notwithstanding the
tbe higher prices, embroideries are
still very freely used. Mercerised
silks will be shown in larger var-
ieties than ever. Silk skirts are in
extraordinary demand and manu-
facturers are overcrowded with
orders. New lines are particularly
attractive. Jersey cloth skirts
trimmed with deep rufilas are at-
A Carload of Imported Lem
ons from Italy.
A Carload of Bananas at
American wagons have an excellent
A great deal of railroad building
will soon b* started in Penney 1 vania.
It is estimated that 1000 miles of
short lines have been projected
tbrossgboist tbe state. This is prob-
ably an over-estimate but one thing
is certain, namely, that thirty or]
forty abort line* are soon to be buil»
in the mining and lamber regions ot
Never In tbe history of the coke
and coni industry bus these been
such a demand for these products as
now. There is a car famine and
large shipments are delayed.
A new trust company baa bean
organised in New York with a cap-
ital of $1,000,000, called tbe Stan-
dard Realty company, and lends
money on ran* estate.
The cool heads in Wall Street
are not mack alarmed over the
present disturbance. On tbe con-
trary they see that ranch good will
H. T. WALKER. D.D.8.
Hew Ton’s* laid It
Tbe money that ia betn|
into the jungles in the Pt
ought to be poured into tb*
of the rivers that amply inn
of Mexico. Thi* wessld b
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 31, 1899, newspaper, December 31, 1899; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572142/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.