Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 29, 1874 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
Denison, Texas, Tuesday Evening, September 29, 1874.
The Daily News.
n. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
Per week........................... *5
Subscription to be paid in advance.
Delivered free withm the city by carrier
Con fret loners.
J A. EUPER & CO., Main street, next
J • door to M. Goldsoll’s.
npHE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
A Clothing House, opposite Star Store.
F. BENNETT Si CO., Main st.,
JOHN NEVINS Main street, corner
D of Austin avenue.
From San Marcos.
TT7ATERMAN, WEIL k STAR, on
VV Main, near the cor. «f Rusk.
advertising rates :
One inch, first insertion... .......$ I 5°
Each subsequent insertion .... 75
One-eighth column, one month.... 6 oo
Three months...........'lu"" ™ GdjLLDSOLL &,Co., Main street
One-fourth column, one month.... 10 00 [ jyj ?outh f.jj£ S
Three months.................. 25 00 j
Business cards, i4 inch, per month, 3 00 ;
Special notices, 15 cents a line for the | Tk MERCHANTS Si PLANTERS,
’’'first insertion; each subsequent publica- j IVX street, South side, below Aus
tion 10 cents a line. _J-irrrr
Notices that are inserted under the head Laundry
"‘Local Paragraphs” will be charged 23
cents a line each insertion.
Double column advertisements, one-
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Transient advertisers will be Expected
to pay in advance.
All charges made in currency.
J“MTY LAUNDRY, Skiddy street, above
OENISON MEN WHO ADVERTISE.
The following is a list of the principal
business houses in the city of Denison :
Physicians and Nimreoiis.
B. BERRY, Physician and Sur-
geon, Live Drug Store._
W. C. DAVIS, north side of Main
kAVID WILLIAMS, Main st.
I R. ?AUGUST KUECHT, barber,
“Our House,” Main street.
Justice of the Peace.
T^xR. T. J. TURPIN, Physician and
U Surgeon, next door to Stegmiller’s.
'•J'HIE PEOPLE’S MARKET, Main st.,
1 below Rusk avenue. _
"Y (J C OM M O D AT I ON Market, Main
Xx. street above Austin.
( "MTY MARKET, J. G. Gnase propr.
L Cor. Main and Rusk streets,
D. KIRK, opposite Recorder's of-
G. RANDELL, office over postof-
fice, Main street.
QYDNEY T. FONTAINE, between
O Rusk and Burnet.
B. PERSON, Wallace block, third
V. B. BENNETT, Main street
near Recorder’s office.
D. WOODYARD, Board of Trade
Rooms, Main st. _
JO. F. DAY & BRO. Owings street
s J bet. Rusk and Austin.
corner Main and
W. C. DAVIS, Main street.
rp L. REBER, south side Main street.
G. PUTNAM, Main
N. HOLDER, ft CO., Druggist*and
J, Apothecaries, opposite Postoffice.
IVE DRUG STORE, II. Mo/ley pro-
prietor, Main street.
.ENTER Si SCOTT, Main st., bet.
’ Rusk and Burnet.
’ I? C. J. LEBERMANN, Main street,
X' « North side.
T? PSTEIN BROS., Main street, north
JC* side.- _
A JOODIE & HANNA, corner Main
ivl street and Austin Ave.
\ VERY," * k6SKCRANTS" iTCO!
J~\. Main street, north side.
Cotton, Hide*, Wool and Peltries,
ATcGOREY &HENESEY, next door
1V1 to Merchants & Planters Bank.
Hoot and Shoe Manufacturers.
A UGUST UIILIG Austin, bet. Main
£~\ and Skiddy streets.
Cattle Commission Merchant*.
I. Si A. Seis-
JA UE & LOVING, with
XA. feld, Main st.
Flour and liaeon.
Main street South
J7AGLE SALOON, old Town Com-
X_v pany Building, Main street.
T A ROVERS’ AND FREIGHTERS’
U EXCHANGE, Sauer building, cor-
ner Main and Austin st’s.
A/riLWAUKEE BEER IIALL, Main
1VX street, south side.
UnparaUlled Rains—The’Stream* Retween
Austin and San Antonio Higher than ever
Known Before—The Stage* Stopped In
Consequence—Luling, the fceeond Rail-
[Special to tbe Denison Dally News.]
San Marcos, Sept. 29.
A Mexican was drowned yester-
day while attemptin' to cross the
Heavy rains have caused the
streams in this section of the State
to rise higher than ever known be-
The mails have- been delayed be-
tween San Antonio and Austin for a
week in consequence of the freshet.
The new railtoad town, Lading,
at the terminus of the railroad, is
the second “Infant Wonder” in the
RAND SOUTHERN, Austin street,
VJT near Main.
TJALACE Beer Hall, Main st., south
Cigar* and Tobacco.
WT WOOLACOT, Main street, sign
VV • of Capt. Jinks. _
M. CAMPBELL, Main st, north
EEPER,LINGO & Co., corner Austin
and Owings streets.
'TONE & GUY, Main street.
House and sign Painter*.
A TALLANT, McGowan
p W. HOTCHKISS, house and sign
V_^» painter, Rusk avenue.
DEATH OF SURRATT’S CAPTOR.
Henry Benjamin Ste. Marie, who
captured John H. Surratt, died sud-
denly in the street in Philadelphia
on Tuesday night of last week. He
had been complaining of feeling ill
for several days, and on Tuesday
evening took his supper as usual
with the family, but died shortly
before midnight from heart disease,
and a verdict was so rendered. For
the capture ot Surratt the Govern-
ment offered a reward of $25,000.
He received from the Government
but $10,000, and instituted a suit for
$15,000, the remainder of the re-
ward. He obtained a judgment in
the Court of claims, but the case was
carried bv the Attorney-General to
the United States Supreme Court,
where it is now pending. He was
a native of Canada, ana was forty-
one years of age.
NOT monastic vows.
If I were a monk and thou wert’ a nun,
Pacing it wearily, wearily
From chapel to cell, till day were done,
Oh, how would it be with these hearts of
That need the sunshine, and smiles, and
Perchance, in a slow procession to meet,
In an antique, narrow, high-gabled street,
Thy dark eyes lifted to mine, and then
Heavily sinking to earth again.
But now, belovjd, thy hand in mine
My arm around tnee, mv lips on thine,
O! is not a better wav to usgiyen
Than wearily going alone to heaven?
The Grangers of Texas ire agita-
ting the subject of a usury law.
The houses on the principal streets
ot Dallas have been numbered.
Trayis county lias produced a
pear weighing a pound and a quar-
Rockdale has received 4,000,300
feet of lumber in the past six
Cherokee county has 23 Granges,
with an aggregate membership of
The Gainesville band wanted $100
to play for the Cooke county fair.
The directors “couldn’t see it.”
Sam Jessey, *a Wallet county
freedman, has grown a cotton boll
containing fifteen locks.
The price of admittance to bull
fights in San Antonio has been re-
duced to 50 cents.
The Fredericksburg Sentinel has
seen a sample of native platinum
from the Llano county mines.
A tusk six feet long and twenty
inches in diameter was recently un-
earthed in Bosque county.
H. J. Murtha, late local reporter
of the Jeflerson Democrat, has ac-
cepted a position on the Galveston
J. H. Baker, of the Galveston
Mercury, indicted for libeling Miss
Mary Cooper (now deceased) has
given bond in the sum of $5,000.
A fish with two tails has been
caught out of a creek in Van Zandt
A meeting was held at the freight
depot in McKinney, last Sunday,
preliminary to building a Catholic
church in that city.
The Mayor of Austin is negotia-
ting with President Grow, relative
to building the International railroad
immediately through from Rockdale
The Burnet Bulletin acknowl-
edges a call from Col. M. L. De-
Mahler, “the great pedestrian,” who
claims to have walked 32,490 miles
in the past nine years.
Several thousand gallons of peach
brandy will be manufactured in]
Smith county this year. One man |
has already sent oil’ five barrels to! DENISON
J^JILWAUKBE HfcBR HALL,
JNO. G. GNASE, Pkopmxto*.
The b«*t Wines, Liquor* and cigar*
KELLY ISLAND CATAWBA,
always on sate. The Hali is supplied
PAREPA TABLE and FINE PIANO
for the entertainment of patrons.
Mainstreet, south side,
'T'HE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
X CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. M. CASPER, k CO., ProVr's.
Main street, opposite Star Store,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
We keep constantly on hand a com-
plete stock of Gents’ Clothing and Fur-
nishing Goods. Hats, Boots, Shoes, and
a full assortment of Drygoods.
Aug. iS, t-f.
J^UE it LOVING,
CATTLE BUYERS AND SHIPPERS.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
Liberal cash advances on cattle con-
signed to the house of Mulhall Si Scaling,
SKIDDY ST., JUST ABOVE RUSK.
Washing and ironing done on the most
liberal terms, and perfect satisfaction,
for boarding houses and families.
PROF O. W. KEELER, Prop’r,
RIGGS & HALL, PROPRIETORS,
Tnis popular hotel is situated on the
| corner of Sears and Austin streetb, and
convenient to the depot
It is well furnished, and terms reason-
Terms, 82,00 per day.
Special rates given to regular boarders.
Just received at this popular resort, a
nice stock of Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
and Cigars. Also another supply of that
ROBINSON COUNTY WHISKY.
St. Louis Beer drawn through thirty
feet of pipe packed in ice.
July 30, tf.
S. GILBERT Si Co., Woodard st.,
bet. Ausin and Rusk.
NTEEDIIAM Si COLLINS, sign of the J
it flag. Main *t- _________ I
AJ O N TGOMERY& BRIDD ILL,Main
iVA street. North side. _ ___
Corner Main and R usk sts.
JOHN BROWN, Prop.
The Bonham News says that we are out
under our true coiors at last. We are not
aware that we have ever sailed under
false colors. It seems that denouncing
murderers and those who uphold them
ion’t suit the old bourbon democracy.—
The lying insinuation couched in
this pamgraph is too contemptible
for serious notice. In support of
the charge that this “patent-insider”
has sailed under false colors, we ad-
duce the fact that it nas changed its
politics twice within the past four
months. Under Capt. W ebster, the
paper was thoroughly Republican.
The present proprietors, upoil chang-
ing its name, announced that it
would be non-political, or indepen- j WESTERN PRODUCE and GROCER-
dent. It subsequently hoisted the j 1ES.
Democratic nominee for Congress; j
yet upon a professed discovery that! CashPaid tor 1Hdes aiui Boisd Arc STATIONERY BLANK BOOKS. CAN-
Late of St. Louis, Mo.,
Fred G. Ilenesev,
Of New Orleans,'La.
cGORY & HENESEY,
CASH COTTON BUYERS
and Wholesale Dealers in
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
AND DEALER IN'
SMOKER’S SUPPLIES, ETC.. ETC.,
Main street, north side,
'p L. REBER,
BOOK AND NEWS DEALER,
And a general assortment of
‘the majority of the business men of
stantly on hand.
''RAND SOUTHERN coiner ol Main
VJ and Austin.
\ \ 7TLL1AM HUGHES,
TT'RENCH RESTAURANT, Main yV
UTELSON HOUSE, corner Main and
N Rusk st.
Denison are Republicans,” it was
taken with a wonderful relapse, and
is now feebly re-echoing the Unscru-
pulous falsehoods ot such slanderous
The verv best of fresh meats kept con-1 sheets as the Chicago Biter-Ocean.
An unfortunate old colored man,
whose wife had deserted him and
taken up her abode with another,
gave us a call a few days ago. He
says he is in favored putting “all
such niggers hack into slabery” that
lie wants the Legislature to doit, and I
moreover, that lie is willing to pay
Day’s Block, Denison, Texas.
DIES, FRUIT. NUTS. TOBAC-
CO, CIGARS, Etc. Etc.
May 31 W t-f.
i ACCOMMODATION MARKET,
71IEELER HOUSE, corner of Hous-
ton and Main.
IN DELL HOTEL, Gandy street.
QEXTER & SCOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG- JOE QUINN Proprietor,
CISTS, Main Street. Opposite Sie«frld’s,
MainStreet, DENISON, ... IEXAS.
DENISON, TEXAS, -
Th:* old and popular market has been
.................... Dealet* in pure Drugs and Chemical*.; fl|ted jn an ilnprove 1 style, provided
Loans negotiated, and collections twent,..five dollars in behalf of the 'Client Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints. 1 with a rcmger*tor room in which the
promptly made. j enterpriae. He said he would call '' :is’ etc* ! meat is kept cool and out of lh; e«ch ot
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, I on Gen. Grant, but was told that j Special attention paid to Physician' Vhe tim?*'
DENISON ...................TEXAS. ■ Grant was “that sort oh a man when i n d Family Prescriptions. The highest market prices paid for cat-
■’ 11—> ...1.1 .i-_ t_!......” .ftnekdah j
he lived wid the Injuns
July j-ydtt. Messenger.
VKxtkr & Scor r : tie, sheep and hog-.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 29, 1874, newspaper, September 29, 1874; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721197/m1/1/: accessed June 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.