Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 190, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1877 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily News.
Doc Salisbury and wife are pre-
paling for a northern trip. During
their absence they intend to visit St.
TUESDAY..............SEPT. t8.1877 ! Louis and take in the fair.
No onu is authorized to run accounts In the name
of the Denison News, and no such accounts will
be reCognUed by the undersigned.
B. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
E. D. Chadick arrived from the
A Wedding Party from Bonham
A party from Bonham, consisting
of Mr. 0. J. Miiler, Mr. John Miller,
Miss Nannie Gass and Miss Mollie
Oliphaiit, arrived in our city Sun-
1. o. o. r.
DENISON LONE STAR LODGE NO. 340.—
Meets every Thursday evening at their Hall, No.
304 Main Street. W. L. Coaklev, W. Sec’y.
A. T. Hl ulono, W. C. T.
RYSTAI. SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meets
every Monday evening at their Hall. No. 304 Main
street. II. S. SOWLES W. See’y.
II. C. HTnokove, W. C. T.
Open Lodge Meeting on every fourth Wednes-
d ay of each month.
north Monday evening. We may j day and registered at the Alaino.
now expect to see lively
among the cotton buyers.
Now that the sun, moon and stars
have been brought so close to Sher-
man (through that telescope) it is to
be hoped Martin will vent some of
his spite on them and give his other
neighbors a rest.
Mr. Lelomie received
ST. PATRICK’S ROMAN CATHOLIC—Rev.
Francis Derue, Pastor. Services: Early Mass, i . e . 1;
7:40a. m. until Easter Sunday, from then until pounds Ol COtlOll at Ins gill
Nov. 1st at 7 a. ni. High Mass, and sermon
at 10 11. 111. Sunday school at <: p. in.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL'. - Rev. M. A. | . .. K sjness fkjs
Daugherty, Pastor. Woodard street near Rusk ! P1Jleh laigt DuSIlieSS UHS
Avimue. Sunday services ut 11 a. m., and 7:40 , ii js and Dress are in solendid that fond parents are opposed to ad-
p. n». Sabbath school at 3 p. in., Prayer meet-1 hi I 1 4
M nday morning the party paid a
visit to the Nation, returning in the
evening, and we noticed that when
they registered the second time their
names occupied only three, instead
of four lines, on the register—in
other words, Miss Mollie is now
Mis. O. [.Miller. Don’t understand
us as even hinting that this was a
run-away couple. Because a young
lady thinks it would be romantic to
get married on the north side of Red
River, it doesn’t necessarily follow
LYNCHINGiS THE NATION.
A Mob Over-Power a Guard and
Murder two Prisoners.
ing, Thursday evening. S'ou arc cordially invit-
ed to attend the services, and to send your child-
ren to the Sunday school.
FIRST P R ES B VTK RI AN*-Corner of Gandy
street and Burnet avanue, Pastor, Rev. J. Car-
son. Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m., and
7:30 p. in. Sunday-school at 3 p. in.
A. B. Combs left Monday for
Kansas City on cattle business.
Charley Sibley returned from St.
Louis Sunday and will remain in
the city this fall and winter.
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R. B. McKnight, of Denton, pass-
ed through here Monday on his way
to Missouri to get married.
Mrs. Samuel DeBaun returned
from the north Sunday evening.
The criminal docket of the Dis-
trict Court is set for the second Mon-
day in October.
Dr. Feild lias just received a large
lot of pure chewing gum for the
children. 9-18 tf.
Mrs. Dr. T. J. Allen returned on
Monday from an extended visit to
friends in Sherman.
Mrs. G. L. Giersa returned Satur-
day from visiting relatives in Mis-
working order and
turn out work
The Houston Telegram lias been
enlarged four columns, a manifest
sign of prosperity, as the editor says
it is out of debt and free from in-
cumbrance of every kind. The Tel-
egram is a most excellent paper,
and it is a pleasure to note its steady
Henry Brown, the popular pro-
prietor of Sam’s saloon, returned
last evening from a two month’s visit
to his father’s family in Pennsylva-
nia. He looks in his usual good
health and enjoyed his visit greatly.
Henry had been from the old home
so long that his parents failed to
the names of
Mrs. Dr. B. K. Wood left Sunday,
to visit friends in the north. She
will be absent about a month.
W. W. Salisbury Sc Co. sold a
four-horse load of country produce,
to go to Gainesville, Monday.
A car load of apples, onions, po-
tatoes and sauer kraut just received
at W. W. Salisbury & Co’s.
The following are
the Grand Jurymen:
J. H. Dill, Foreman ; B. F. De-
Spain, T. M. Wright, J. M. Kelly,
J. H. King, E. H. Kinslow, G. S.
Fitzgerald, L. L. Stowe, Robert
Walker, R. W. Watson, J. W.
Stallcup, Lee Warren.
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Misses Lou and Medora Allen, of
Collin county, daughters of Colonel
M. W. Allen, and niects of Dr. T.
J. Allen, of this city, arrived here
Monday for the purpose of attending
the public high school. This speaks
well for the Denison high school,
and shows what is thought of it
Still They Como.
ding a brother-in-law to the family
circle—not a bit of it.
The newly married couple have
the kindest wishes of the News.
Among her numerous other claims
to prominence, Denison is fast be-
coming distinguished as the city of
educated hogs. We speak literally^
and intend no reflection on our wor-
thy inhabitants. The porkers that
infest our streets for natural acute-
ness and acquired accomplishments
cannot be beat anywhere. The
green grocers declare the ordinary
Denison hog to be the most com-
plete dead-beat out, and is not the
dead-beat a sure product of the
highest civilization ? The numerous
shifts resorted to byT these interesting
brutes to fill their bellies at other
people’s expense, show them to pos-
sess the faculties of imitation and in-
vention in a very considerable de-
gree. If they keep on improving
they will be able to sign the next
petition remonstrating against a hog
Some time since Benjamin Sted*
man son of Z. Stedman, in charge
of the water tank at the Blue, in the
Nation, killed an Indian. He was
at rested as also was his brother Har-
vey as an accomplice. Last week
the brothers were taken to Tishomin-
go for trial. The Judge continued
the case for six months. Saturday
he lodged the two men in his own
house, placing a strong guard over
them. Sunday night a mob of Indi-
ans surrounded the house, overpow-
ered the guard, broke in and secured
the prisoners. They took them out-
side a short distance and shot them.
The [udge|uotified the father of the
boys Monday moping and Mr. Sttd
man came to Denison in the even-
ing and got coflins at Mr. Nevins’
store in which to bury his sons, and
another son went up to Tishomingo
to take charge of the bodies.
Benjamin was twenty-four years
old and Harvey thirty. The latter
leaves a wife and two children.
Benjamin was not married.
There was a good deal of cotton
on our streets Monday, and it
brought the top prices.
The old phrase “nip and tuck”
must be a corruption of nip and
Turk—at least that’s the way they
are having it now.
Southern, of Sherman, was in the
city Monday. He says Singer sew-
ing machines were never in such
demand as now.
More new goods at Brown’s book
store; new line of zephyrs, white
and black and other colors, split
wax for flowers, tube paints, brushes,
etc., etc.; a tine line of pocket cut-
lery—some of the Rogers Bros’ cel-
ebrated knives, the best in the world ;
best barber razors, new style pape-
teries, large family billies, etc., etc.
E. B. Sims, grocer, returned from
St. Louis Sunday. The new stock,
which he purchased while absent,
lias already commenced to arrive.
Mr. II. Tone has received orders
to go to work at once and make out
field notes for all property lying
along the line of the D. & S. E.
Abe Cohn was before his honor,
acting mayor Crooks, this morning,
charged with committing nuisance
by allowing fruits and vegetables to
rot in trout of Ins establishment on
North Travis. Abe had a lawyer
and the lawyer raised many technic-
al objections, but they availed him
nothing. Bio. Crooks said he was
not much lawyer, but he had a devil
of a good smeller, and he knew Abe
Saturday night a darkey named
Smith, about six weeks from Hunts-
ville, where he had served a term for
stealing hogs, and win had worked
for Dr. Salisbury, stole a saddle
from the Doctor, which he loaned
to a friend.
Charley Salisbury, learning where
Smith lived, went to his house Mon-
day morning, captured him and
started back with him to town. On
the road the negro broke and ran.
Salisbury says he shot at him sever-
al times and hit him in the shoulder,
but the boy made good his escape.
Smith is also accusedjof stealing two
or three hogs ol Cupt. Poll’ last
This is the
Sometime since Mrs. Purdham
sued the city of Denison for a balance
due her as teacher in the
school during the _last scholastic
year. This balance was the sum
confiscated,” so to speak, by Conn
Mr. J. R. Cullers of Clay county,
arrived in our city Monday, with a
bale of cotton, the first from that
county, and he gets the premium.
The cotton was purchased by Ben-
nett & Co. The bale weighed 515
pounds. Mr. Cullers was very
agreeably surprised when informed
he was entitled to a handsome pre-
when absent ! oilman Boss, he claiming Mrs. Puid
wives return, and prudent husbands
diligently destroy any little eviden-
ces of the indiscretions of their brief
“Gate City Guards ”
Ten thousand at Brown’s book
store, the best cigars in the city, and
only a nickel each. Brown is hav-
ing an immense sale on these cigars.
9 -1S tf.
Professor Tice stated in August
that possibly the south Atlantic or
Gull coast would be visited by a cy-
clone on the 17th of September.
The norther that blew up Monday
morning is an indication of a storm
ham owed him. As he was chair-
man of the school committee, and
the money passed through his hands,
he just paid himself. The case was
tried in Sherman Monday, before
Justice Raney, and judgment ren-
dered in favor of plaintiff.
An enquirer wants to know wheth-
er, among other glimmering things
disclosed in the heavens bv that tel-
escope in Sherman, anything is to
be seen of Austin College, as it is
rumored the institution “went up”
Groceries as cheap as the cheap-
est, for cash, at G. L. Giersa’s.
Win. Bennett, who has just return-
public j ed from the north, informs us that
he purchased the cheapest goods
during his absence ever brought to
Denison, and that when they arrive,
which will be in a few nays, he will
defy any house in North Texas to
undersell Bennett & Co. He has a
large and carefully selected stock on
Denison, Sept. 17.
Quorum present. Absent Boss.
On motion of Peck the ordinance
relating to hogs was laid over until
next regular meeting.
A resolution was passed authoriz-
ing the mayor to call a meeting of
the council upon the application of
any needy person for aid.
On motion of Hughes it was re-
solved that no orders on the treasur-
er be valid unless countersigned by
the chairman of the finance commit-
tee on orders byjthe council, and that
the treasurer be instructed to that
On motion Messrs. Peck, Hughes,
Willi ms and the mayor were in-
structed to enqure into matters pei
tabling to the city cemetery.
It was moved that the tax rolls of
the H. Sc T. C. R. R. be handed to
the city attorney immediately for
collection, also the matter of settle-
ment with Mr. Hoi ford and the bond
of the late collector Mr. Guy.
The following appropriations
were then made: $48 for old claim
of gas ; $12 75 to Mr. Nelms for at-
tending a sick pauper ; $9 85 toDick
Coffey for hauling; $i 50 to Mr.
Northcutt; $4 to marshall for blank-
ets. It was moved that accounts
of [. A. Nelms and B. C. Murray be
referred.to finance committee.
Moved that foreman of the fire
company be instructed to correspond
with parties who sell fire appertain*
ences in regard to a hoise reel and
The clerk was ordered to collect
all papers belonging to the city and
hold subject to orders from the coun-
Council adjourned to meet Mon-
day, September 24.
Councilman Hughes gave Mayor
Grubbs and City Assessor and Col-
lector Coffin, and the City Clerk, a
good scoring Monday flight at the
Council meeting. It seems Mayor
Grubbs and the City Clerk gave Mrs.
Ingerton a warrant for fifty dollars
as part payment for her services a-
teacher. Mrs. Ingerton went in
search of the Treasuier O’Maley, to
get the warrant cashed, but could
not find him. She then took it to
Coffin, who discounted the warrant
$2 50, and paid her the money.
Coffin afterwards presented the war-
rant to the Treasurer and got his
There is a resolution on the min-
utes of the Council that no city officer
shall pay out money for any purpose
without it is ordered paid by the
Councilman Hughes is certainly
right in insisting that the provisions
of the resolution He strictly carried
out. Mayor Grubbs and the City
Clerk had no authority whatever to
draw the warrant. Mr. Hughes also
sensured Mr.O’Maley, but we cannot
see as he is to be blamed. If the
warrant was properly signed and
countersigned, and bore on its face
the seal of the city, we cannot see
how he could refuse to honor it if the
funds provided for the purpose were
iii the treasury.
We are promised some lively
times in the grocery trade in Deni-
son the coming fall and winter. The
new firm of Gaisman & Co. will, in
a few days, open their One Price
Cash Grocery House at 127 Main
street, Carbry & Cunningham’s old
stand, and they are now receiving
dead loads of stuff, which they prom-
ise to sell at the very lowest profit.
They can not sell Seven Pounds
of Coflee for One Dollar, but
they will come as near that figure as
possible. They make no pretention.-
to sell Thirteen Pounds of
Sugar for One Dollar, because
it can’t be did, but they will sell
Everything in the grocery line
Machine oil cheap at Hanna’s drug
Now is the Time to Save Money.
Ladies’kid slippers..........$1 to $ 1 30
Ladies’ tine shoes..............$2 to $5
Ladies’ house slippers....35, 35. 35 cents
Ladies’ velvet boots..........$2 40 to $3
Men’s Sunday boots............$3 to tj-q
Men’s fine shoes......... ..$1 30 to $9
Bov’s brogans...............50cts. to $1
Ladies’Congress boots, good..... $1 30
At M. H. Sherburne's,
Champion Ground Peed
For horses, milk cows, hogs, etc., the
chtapest and best thing out for stock.
Manufactured at the Woodard street
mill, by A. R. Collins Si Co. Free de-
Lubricating castor oil cheap at Hah:
a’s drug store,
How to Get a Husband.
F. A. Schultz, formerly of Cheto-
pa, Kansas, arrived in Denison Mon-
day afternoon, and has accepted a
situation as salesman at the Star
Store. His family ariived last week.
Dare Not to Trifle With a Cough.
It is inviting to death when safety is
within reach. Stop the cough, heal the
lungs-, remove all ir itation from the wind-
pipe, relieve the difficulty of breathing
with Hall’s Honey of horehound and
tar. A few doses will effect a perfect
Pike’s Toothache Drops cure in one
There are how three hundred and
sivty-three pupils enrolled at the
public school; thirty-seven were en-
The Centre of Vitality.
The life of the flesh and the brain, the
bones and the muscles is the blood. It
is tne centre of vitality, the nutriment ot
the system. Not only must it be pure,
but rich, in order to retain health. In
the feeble and devitalized, the life current
is watery and its circulation sluggish.
The muscles of such persons lack soli litv,
the nerves are weak, the visage haggard,
and the eve lureless A course of Hos-
tetler's Stomach Bitters, however, im-
proves not only the health but the ap-
pearance Of the debilitated and nervous.
Nutrition then becomes complete because
digestion receives an impetus from this
b nignant tonic, whicn fertilizes the
blood, brings back “the rose tint of
health’’ to the wan cheek, brightness to
the eye, and gives power of endurance to
the muscle Invalids hasten to use it!
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Shaw has just received nearly a
carload of new Canned Goods and
Take of modesty a targe portion; unite
it With urbanity and good humor; to
which add good sense, and plenty of love,
with a virtuous heart and a pretty face.
Take Simmons’ Liver Regulator regularly
that the blood and complexion be pure
and health good.
“From actual experience in my practice
I am satisfied to prescribe it as a purga-
T. W. MASON, M. D.
Mrs. A. Ilicklin is now ready for
business. She is prepared to cut all
kinds of ladies’ and children’s pat-
terns, and also cuts gentlemen’s
shirts. Perfect fit guaranteed or no
pay. Rooms on south side Gandy
street, between Houston and Austin
avenues. 9-16 tf.
JLAO* than ever,
buy of Porter.
selling Teas lower
Lovers ot good tea
Mr. 1. J. Campbell, the proprietor of
this old and popular resort, keeps his bar
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
cigars to be had in the city. Remember
the place-next door to Mason’s cigar
Heating Stove $5.
Cooking stoves and hardware
lower than you ever bought at.
Stock large, extensive and complete.
Bought for cash.
9-11-im. McCarthy Sc Co.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 190, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1877, newspaper, September 18, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720971/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.