Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 17, 1875 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily News.
I' ■ NIHON.
SATURDAY.........APRIL 17, 1875
For Assessor anil CaUecto:-.
We are authorized to announce Rd.
Sacra us a candidate tor Asse-sor and
Collector of Grayson county, at the next
Tea 111 h Wanted.
There will be tfn election at the May-
The live City #f Northern Texw." |
purpose of voting on the acceptance or
rejection of the amendments to the city
« • .....l|«ibl| i.
Tke Cattle Drive.
Col. W. li. Day returned from Austin
Friday evening, in fine health and excel-
lent spirits. Me reports the crop prospects
in Southern Texas as splendid. From
We shall reproduce this interesting c]1!irter> RS approved and recommended
sketch of our thriving city, taken from I by the City Council, as per the amend-
Done by order of
We want fifty teams to haul railroad I Uems0n Unlon 3e'nin:in'
the Great Southwest, in our Sunday
morning’s issue. This article will he ac-
companied with a large and beautifully
executed electrotype engraving of the
men ta here following,
the City Council.
E. H. Lingo, Mayor,
siMSA, A'prit *3,1875
The <»-p»rt(ier«h» existing under U-e
name of Walters & Mullen is this day dis-
solved by mutual consent.
(j. W. Walters will continue the b . -
ne6s from this date, and will settle all m
Col. Day we have gained the following
interesting information regarding the cat- j 7u\-
lies and wood.
Apr. 14 3t-
Fuller & Stuart. ling extra copies of this number of the
I Daily News, containing the engraving
aiid description of our famous school ed-
ifice, will please hand in their orders by
Strike out all of section 5. article
large art edition to put to press. Copies
will be furnishe l at live cents each.
Not it Very Large Attendance.
But. it Very Enjoyable Part;
The festival for the benefit of the Epis-
copal church Chine otV last evening accord-
ing to announcement, but owing to the
fact that the affair was gotten up upon the
spur of the moment, and had not been
advertised very extensively,the attendance
was not as large as it would have been
under other circumstances. The ladies
who had the fe-tival in charge made ex-
cellent preparations, even with the short
notice they had There was an abun-
dance of the best of ice cream, cool and
delicious lemonade, and delicacies of a
more substantial character.
Among the ladies we note d, as taking
The Denison News is now a double
sheet, and is often a wet blanket to the
aspirations of its rivals in Northern
Tex 1.».—Austin Statesman.
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'spunoaS anoA Ajqntsaq
<>1 auijj Ji|i si .woyr •sliwu||ex Y Y"UD
in pa.vuae seq ‘a}eiui|o sjqj joj Aipipad
--a pax pit ‘paas s>,bjS u.wuj ooioqo juqj,
Strawberries were offered for .sale on
our streets Friday evening. They were
brought up from below by one of th
speculative train boys ot the Central roan.
The thirty days not up and the stiv
are alive with unmuzzled dogs. What-
about the Mayor’s proclamation and the
instructions to the Marshal and police?
Mr. J. M. Martin, editor of the Sherman
Register, spent a few hours in our city
Friday evening. He reports business re-
viving a little in his town.
Preaching at the Good Templar's Hall
next Sabbath at it o’clock a. in. and 74
p. m. R. Livingston,
Apr. 17, 2t. Pastor Baptist Church.
D.W. C. Davis received Friday evening,
two car loads of Stoves, one car load ol
Reapers and one car load of Threshers.
I le is sending one car load of Stoves to
Three bundled head of beef cattle (fif-
teen carloads) left Austin Thursday, and
will be transferred at this point to the M.
K. A T. to-day’, for the North.
Tne readers of the Sherman RegL'er
no doubt breathe freer now—the report of
tnat terrible Sweenev-Ditzler donate lias
at last come to an end.
Master >i*illie Poff, aged four year-.-.
>011 of Capt A. J. Poff, fell from a woode n
iiorse, Friday, and broke his right arm
between the wrist and elbow. Dr. Feild
was called and promptly reduced tin
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Lieutenant J. R. Pierce, who has been
for the past six months with the C. S.
Telegraph party, will be here in a day or
-oen route to the artillery school at For-
tress Monroe. The Fortress is quite a
htshionable summer resort, so the Lieu-
tenant will be assured of a better and far
- different so-t of social enjoyment than lie
.has had lately, although he has nobly
miade the most of such as he had.
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'We are authorized to announce Mr.
£d. itinera for the position of Assessor
and Collector for Gray son county. Mr.
-sacra is well known to many of our citi-
zens. lie is a genial gentleman, and
well qualified for this important position.
The Register bears testimony to his
It is unnecessary for 11- to say anything
commending Mr. Sacra to the people of
'Grayson county, lie is known to be one
,,f the very best and most substantial ot
• mr citizens—just sticb a man as we would
-elect for the place to which he aspires.
The editor of the Caddo Star makes the
following comparison between Denison
tad Sherman :
Denison has two daily papers, while
Sherman, the oldest by twenty-five years,
has none at all. This shows the differ-
ence between the people of the two places.
Sherman, with every advantage on her
Hde, is doomed to be left behind in the
race for commercial supremacy, and all
owing to the Rip Van Winkle dullness of
her citizens. The indomitable energy of
• be wide awake and enterprising inhabi-
tants of Denison will carry them through
against odds. Nothing more plainly in-
dicates the onward and upward move
■nent of a town than its demand for daily j,ranj Union Sunday School pic-nic, of
^ paper*. ____#____ j the Sunday school children of every de-
2d. Strike out all of section
lieu thereof insert:
••That the election for city officers under
tins charter shall he on the 2d Monday in
5 o’clock to-day, that we may know how I julle y\, ]y. Ig^) anc( everv year thereaf-
ter shall be the regular time for charter
election. At such election a Mayor shall
he voted for, whose term of office shall be
two years, also one City Assessor and Col-
lector, one Treasurer, one City Marshal,
whose terms ot office shall be one year, al-
so two Co.mcilmen from each ward. The
eight Councilmen elected shall determine
the length of their respective terms by
drawing from eight (8) ballots, four of
which shall be marked ‘long term,’ and
four marked ‘short’ ‘erm, and those
drawing the former shall servo for ‘two’
years and the four drawing the latter shall
serve ‘one’ year, and each succeeding
vear an election shall be held to replace
the outgoing Councilmen."
3d. Strike out of Sec. 8 the word “Re-
corder” and insert “the President of the
41 h. Sec. 9—Strike out the word “five”
and insert “six.”
5th. Sec. 10—Strike out the word“shall”
in tiie third line, and insert “may at their
6th. Sec. 13—Strike out the word “Re-
corder” and msctt “the President of the
7th. Sec. 22—Stike out the words“Mar-
8th. Sec. 27—Provided further, That
no election shall be held for the purpose
of issuing bonds, unless a petition in
writing,.signed by a majority of the resi-
tle drive this spring. The following gen
! tlemen have herds for Kansas as follows :
Adam, 330 head; Thompson, 1500; But-
ler, 700; Carey, 1500; Mitchell & Co..2000;
j L urn berg, 2000; Lou Allen, 3000; King,
4700; Speed, 1500; Grimes, 5000; Gouch,
in j 1500; Burnett, 1500; Long, 1000; Bennett,
| 30oojShadley, 10000; Driskill, 540o;Munn
& Co., 1500; Hood, 1,xx); Millet & Ma-
bry, 50,000; scattering, 10,000; making a
total of 108,630 head. Nearly all
the above cattle are already this side
These herds are all headed for Kansas,
but a portion of them will be diverted to
G. VV. Walters.
.April 14 3t.
Chas. W. Mullen,
(j. VV. Walters.
Attention, Smoker* !
L. Lebrecht has just received, by >
press,"from New York, a large esse: ,
ment of pipes, pipes of all dascriptic
cheap pipes, and expensive pipes, pi;,
with long stems, and pipes with no ste: •
at all; Meerschaum pipes, root pip< -,
pipes without end. Give him a cal! . *
examine his stoca.
Denison for snipment. Col, Day will cut
out 1000 head of cows and 1000 head ot j rels of choice sweet eider, direct fir*
beeves near Fort Worth, an 1 drive them Ohio. It is really a superior article,
to this place; Driskill will ship about
5000 head from here, and Dan Light has
1000 head of choice cattle which he will
ship from Denison. Others will no doubt
decide to ship their best cattle rather than
risk the long and uncertain drive.
Col. Day leaves for Fort Worth Mon-
day to cut out such cattle as he wishes to
ship, and they will commence to arrive in
a tew days.
Opening of the
K. T. It ^ in-
active part in administering to the pleas-
ure and comiort of the patrons of the tvs- , dent real estate owners ot the city, be sub-
mitted to the Council, said petition to be
tival, were Mrs. Chilton, Mrs.
Woodvard, Mrs. Bennett, Miss Lillie
Bennett. Mrs. Allen nnd Mrs. Montgom-
ery. Geo. S. Rowiey, the operator in
charge ot the government telegraph office,
had charge of the Metropolitan Telegraph
line, assisted by Mr. Willie Wallet. They
were kept busy all the evening sending
dispatches “to all parts of the world,” at
ten cents each.
|The voting men seemed disposed to mo-
nopolize the wires at one end of the line—
we suppose their sweethearts were at the
The affair passed off very pleasantly,
and netted something above expenses.
The ladies should give our citizens an-
other social treat of this kind, and take a
little more pains to let everybody know it
a tew days in advance.
Miss Lottie Taylor is deserving of espe-
cial mention This little beauty, not
quite five years old, sold four dollars
worth of tickets for the festival Friday
night. If thete were a few more such
zealous workers as Lottie our Episcopal
friends could soon boast of having one of j the faithful Discharge of his duties. He
the finest church edifices in the State. 1 *hall assess and collect all taxes due the
______ ____^ j city, and all sums for license or other pur-
poses herein provided for, under such re-
"* ‘ . itrietions, and subject to such directions
Can anybody tell us where that secret i and pay as the City Council may by ordi-
I meeting ot Republicans was held Wedncs-1 tiii.n Qver ,U1 n,onje8 *0 collected to the
day night, which endorsed Montgomery, j Treasurer every ti'teen days, and
the editor ol the Cresset, for postmaster? | shall keep a correct account of all such
Was it in the back al.vv in the rear of | monies in a book or books furnished by
1 st'^et' It Council, and shall render a lull
There was a large attendance the
grand opening of the Kentucky and 'lexas
Restaurant, Thursday night. Mr. Samuel
G. Lowrey, the urbane proprietor, had
made grand preparations, and spread be-
fore his guests a lunch worthy of a king.
Baked turkey, beef a la mode, boiled ham,
roast chicken, chicken and lobster .-Mads—
certified to by the City Assessor and Col- : everything in fact that the market could
lector under oath, filed with petition, ot j afford was served in profusion. The
the correctness of said petition as taken ; rofreshments at the bar were of the
from assessment rolls. . t
9th. Sec. 92—strike out the word “Re-
corder” and insert “Mayor,” wherever it! Mr. Lowrey evidently means to keep
may occur. Strike out the word “he in j a restaurant worthy of a live, go-a-
line 13, and insert “the President of the j h(Jad cjt like Denison, and we trust he
council,” and after, “officer, in the 15th . , ,
line, and insert “until said office shall be may receive that liberal patronage to
filled, as provided in sec. 19, art. 1st.” which a live man is so justly entitled.
10th, Art. 4—Change heading by strik
Mavor Lingo and Rev. Mr.
Lebrecht has just received several
I ouis Leb-scht has just received a :
stock of fresh imported cigars.
All persons having claims against • r
estate of Charles W. Nelson, deceavv,
are herebv notified that the same must be
presented to me tor approval and certi
according to law before the nth day
Mav, 1875, or they will be legally barn .
Executor of C. W. Nelsn
The Art tfoiiriiNl <»f America.
ing out “Recorder” and-inserting “May-
or.” as judicial officer of tuc city.
11 th. Sec. 93—Strike out ail off and
including Mavor in the first eleven lines;
also, “he,” in said line, and insert “May-! school pic-ric, to take place May 1st.
or.” Strike out the word “Recorder” ; They report most delightful scenery,
wherever it occurs, and inseit Mayo,. There are springs ot pure water, and
“Recorder” wherever it occurs, and itiser. i Ple,1'-V 01 fiae h*h ,n the cm'k'
The schools ol Sherman will join with
The Aldine is an elegant miscellany
pure, light, and graceful literature; a.
a collection of pictures, the rarest speci-
mens of artistic skill, in black and whi
Although each succeeding number affords
a fresh pleasure to its friends, the rvn
value and beauty of the Aldine will ■ >
moot appreciated after it is bound up a
the close of the year. The possessor
a complete volume can not duplicate the
quantity of fine paper and engravings ii
iny other shape or number of volumes
1 for ten times its cost; and then there is
Jemisot. j the chromo, besides.
visited Little Blue, in the Nation, Friday,
[ and selected the grounds for the Sunday
14th. Sec. 95—Strike out the word “Re-
corder” wherever it occurs, and insert
14-th. Sec. 99—Strike out all of this
section and in lieu thereof insert:
•‘The City Assessor and Collector of tiie
City of Denison shall give bonds in favor
of said city of Denison in sucii amount as
may he required by the City Council, and
with sufficient sureties, conditioned for
Sherburn's, or on SkiJdy
was a very large and enthusiastic meet-
ing, we are told—that is a large man was
made chairman, and tiie individual who
offered the resolutions unanimously en- 1
dorsing the editor of the Cicsset as a ,
staunch and loyal Republican, and the I insert “City Assessor
united choice of the Republicans of Deni- j,lcu thereat.
, , 17th. bee. 114
son, for t». m., was remarkably enthusi-
astic. The resolutions were passed by a
solid vote, of course.
We are further informed that these res-
olutions were telegraphed to Washington
as the expression of the great and glori-
ous and truly loyal Republican party ot
Go ahead, gentlemen, we have no
fisntofry; no candidates to favor. We
and complete statement to the City Coun-
cil at their regular meeting each month.”
15th. Sec. 112 — Strike out the word
•‘Treasurer” and insert “City Assessor
and Collector” in lieu thereof
16th. Sec. 113—Strike out the word
‘Treasurer” wherever it may occur; and | garments made upon short notice
Denison in this celebration if satisfactory
arrangements can be made with the rail-
roads as to tare.
We have had the pleasure of forming
the acquaintance of Mr. George S. Brown,
of the live stock commission house ot
Kevs, Brown & Clark, Chicago. This is
one of the most reliable live stock firms
in Chicago, and is represented in this
city by Geo. B. Loving k Bro., who will
ship cattle to them from this point this
If you want a boot, shoe or gaiter made
to order in tne latest stvie, go to Patrick
Maxwell’s, 3114 Main street. Repairing
Drt-tis Making a S|H'«'lalt,v.
At the Ladies’ Bazar first duor west of
Live Drug Store—dresses cut and ti'Ved
The artistic illustration of Ameru n:
scenery, original with the Aldine, is
The literature of the Aldine is a liglc
and graceful accompaniment, worth' 0
the artistic features.
Premium for ISTo.
Every subscriber for 1875 will receive
beautiful portrait, in oil colors, ot tin
same noble dog whose picture in a forok
issue attracted so much attention.
"MAN’S UNSELFISH FRIEND"
will be welcome in everv home. E\ ■
body loves such a dog. and theportrai: -
executed so true to the life, that it seem
the veritable presence ot the animal it-
elf. The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage tt
that his own Newfoundland dog
finest in Brooklyn) barks at it.
Besides the chromo, everv adv.n ,
subscriber to the Aldine tor 1875, is con-
stituted a member, and entitled to nil th
THE ALDINE ART UNION.
The Union owns the original of all t i.
Aldine pictures, which, with other palm
ings and engravings, are to he distribu
ted among tne members. To everv m
i'ics of 5,000 subscribers, too difieri 1
1 pieces, valAied at over $2,coc. are distrib-
i iffe.'j aS soon as the series is full, and th
awards of each series as made, are to hr
j published in the next succeeding issue o
This feature only applies
and Collector” in
■Strike out the word
“Treasurer” wherever it may occur; also,
"City Clerk,” and insert "City Assessor
18th. Sec. 115—Strike out the word
“Treasun r” and insert “City Assessor
by an experienced hand, shirts and other j who'^v for one’VeaMn'ad
garments made unon short notice. vance. Full particulars in circular s.
'"T" ^ on application, enclosing a stamp.
Caution Not N* rcmiry, IERMS.
--- ‘ | One subscription, entitling to the !/</
Although it requires but two teaspoon- j one year, the. chromo-and the Art Uni
fuU ot Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
to produce bette c bread, biscuits, cakes,
etc., than thr teaspoonfuls of any other.
19th. Sec. 133—Strike out the words j 's neces*ary to caution the public.
Recorder or,” and insert “Mayor or.” j as do makers of the rank, common kind:
After the word "as,” Strike out the word
“Recorder” and insert "Mayor.”
20th. See. 135—Strike out the word
“not,” and after “city," "except special
are not looking for office ourself, and are >
not particular who wins in this contest-
only we like to see fair play.
I n ion IMc-Nic.
Arrangements aie being made mr a
$6 per annum, in advance.
(No charge for postage.
Specimen copies of the Aldine, movent*
Any person wishing to act peimanent.' ■
as local canvasser will receive full a:
prompt information by applying
The One-Track Hallway.
The engine, one coach and a section of
track of the single, track railway, of which
lonsiderable has been said by the Texas
papers, passed down the road Friday
evening. The outfit goes to Houston,
where it is *o be put in operation between
the city and fair grounds during the State
uir next May. Our Houston correspon-
dent gave our readers quite an extended
description of this novel railway some
months since. Judging from the dilapi-
nomination in Sherman and Denison, at
Little Blue, in the Indian Territory, on
21st. Sec. 136—After the word "major-
ity” insert “of the councilmen.”
22d. Sec. 13S—Insert after the word
“night”, “without warrant.”
Approved April 15th, A. D. 1S75.
Attest: E. il. LINGO, May Or.
H. C. Jennings, City Clerk.
to the pic-nic grounds in the morning,
returning tn the evening. Every one will
be expected to suspend business on that
day, and devote the time to enjoyment in
the country. Don't forget the basket,
pic-nic Saturday, May 1st.
Go to Brown's Bakery for fruit cakes,
candies, &c. Brown has also very large
dated and weather-beaten appearance ol |oavcs of bread, weighing fully one pound
the engine and “/toach,” this one-wheel | fac|1( which he sells at :hc Very low price
idea lias not proved a success in practice. o( five Cfnts a loaf,
owever pretty it may be in theory.
Brightly breaks the morning of a new
era in the annals of medicine. Alcohol
will soon be. banis’,ed from the list of
the first of May. A special train will j remedies, and only known as a poison,
probably run from Sherman and Denison Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bit- j ~
tr use no more tor fear of exposure and
Injury. The purity of Dr. Price’s powder
aifimits of twice the quantity or more
’jeing used with perfect safety, and with- , ________ ______
out detriment to the articles prepared. |
Households where true economy i* stud- A1R1)3I!13 (iOlll LlfC IllSllFSfiCfi COUPcHt j
ied will use Dr. Price’s Cream Baking
Powder, and also his True Extracts,
lemon, vanilla, etc., for they are truly
excellent, pure and unadulterated. Bak-
in* powder „ld i„ b„,k ,or Dr. ,W.j, to ^
•in itnnneitmn >1C Hr PrilNt’c t< fin! V Vfllil i i ff Is
THE ALDINE COMPANY,
5S Maide i Lane, New
ASSETS NOV. 30. 1373, S820.lv.
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0 v sponsible Company oilers it« %ervt*’e\ t
an imposition, as Dr. Price s is only sold j j|le pgopjy of Texas. Its policies are lib-
ters, Composed entirely of wholesome
botauic extracts and juices, are every-
where superseding the fiery astringents,
which no man or woman ever yet took
without bitterly repenting their credulity.
There is no disease, acute or chronic, in
which the new tonic may not be adminis-
tered with beneficial effect.
The A. B. O’s.
should make one
The receipts of the Episcopal festival J to the Live Drug Store and get some
last night amounted to $53- ' that superior cologne.
Just received, at "Our House," one
barrel of Upper Blue Lick Water, from
Mayesville, Ky. Come and try it.
aprt jt. John Collinf, Prop’r. i
eral, its rates cheap, and the dividend
policy holders exceedingly satisfactory
1 FAIR DEALING
has ever characterized its conduct in ■
respects. Whoever Wants •insurance
should seek the
ALA. GOLD LIFE INSURANCE k «*
Gen. A. T. Hawthorn, Marshall, lex
as, General Agent for Texas, will be
pleased td have applications for agency
Col. Geo. 1). Jamhs *s General Ag
for the Indian Terri,‘Wes—his a.L' e-
dec. t w t vr
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