Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 257, Ed. 1 Monday, December 21, 1874 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY-... . . . .DEC. 21, 1874
IW5• STAR LODGE, A| F. A
M — Rcfjalir merging* first nes-
d;u in the month.
Brethren visiting tin <
wrdially invited to meet with us.
J. W. JfcNNINOS, .
RYSTAL SPRING LODGE, I. O. of
G T\, mwts every Saturday evening,
* ‘“ ‘ of
»i their hall, on Woodard- street
D. D Dawson, W. C. T.
Hbnry Howe, Sec’y.
DENISON LODGE, No. 16',
L O. O. F., meets everv Fri-
■dxv r, :ht. at toeir hall, over National
bank. Mir in street.
Sojourning hrethren in good standing;
WTe mo: l cordially invited to attend.
T. N. Cutler, N. G.
Geo. B. Loving, Sec’y.
A new be he is going upon main street
beyond the y'Chool hou e.
The residence of D. \V. C. Davis, on
Gandv street above Austin avenue, is
rapidly going up.
J. D. Woodtard has a lot of fine French
alarm clocks—very convenient fer rail-
road men. dee. 21,21.
Over 50,000 trees are being sacrificed in
♦his vicinity for railroad ties.
In place of the last lecture in the course,
it is proposed to exhibit Mrs. Farley’s far
Tamed wan works.
We :ue Miryyto learn that the Rev. Mr
Leyebi' r nil! leave Denison about
the firt of January.
Buy your holiday presents at Wood
yard’s. dec it 51.
Ali the ci'il. ren in the city are talking
ef the coming of Kriskingle.
The led co arc busy laying in stocks of
toys for Christmas.
Mr. J .' n-o:i moved a house yesterday
from 1 a-* i f the railroad to a point nea'
the school house.
ho ld ry present' at Wood-
dec 21 51.
John Curley Esq,, general baggage
agent M., K. & T., and II. & T. railways,
came up from the South this noon.
Buy your holiday presents at Wood-
yard’s. t dec 21 5t.
The ruilioad companies int.vnd putting
a force pump into the cistern s& tliedepot
This will supply the carb with water, and
can be used in ca e of tire.
Buy yyflr lisiiday presents at Wood-
yard’s. dec 21 5b
We have received Vol.'1^No. i, 0' the
abov^ fiuiitled publication, Rev. Samuel
Watson, D. D., editor The'Magaz’neis
a monthly,-and contains 32 pages in eath
Dr, Watson it. well known to the litera-
ry world, as the author of “Clock Struck
One,” “Clock Struck Three,” etc.
JThe new Magaxiue has the ring of the
true metal, and if we can predict anything
from the initial number it will become a
leverof wonderful strength under the sub-
ject of Spiritualism
We cannot better express the Doctor's
platform than by quoting from his “salu-
We regard all as having a pci feet ri /ht
to their opinions, and to express them
without fear from any human organ na-
tion or authority. The blind rubuii ion
Uymthortty we regard as on< of the
greatest drawbacks the world has ever
had in developing the G' d-giveo facul-
ties of mankind. We believe the time
has come in the history of our r ice when
its manhood will b ‘ no' only asserted, but
maintained, knd that mr it's indivictual
responsibility to universal law anu its
Divine Author will be acknowledged by
mankind. We rtjorce that ours is a p si
t on in which we can act with perfect
freedom, with no cii/rct/, sect or party to
be held responsible for rmr utt -rancer.
We are fully aware that we a-e not in 'he
mujority, and that we shall meet with on-
position roin b’’th extremes. We believe
in this, as m most things, “rru'h lies b*
tween extremes.” Whilst we tray not -e
sufficiently radical to suit the views
many Spirituaii-ts, we shall not meet
with endorsement front those who adhere
to creeds ai d catechisms.”
The Magazine is published at Mtmplus,
Tennessee, at $1.30 per annum.
In vino vcritas In wine there is truth,
and the truth is that Mr. Louis Lebrccht
lias for sale some of the finest brands ot
Rhine wine to be found in the country
Mr, Lebrccht is a native of Bingen, on the
Rhine, and nas therefore not only a thor-
ough knowledge of the wine business,
but also the best facilities to get the best
qualities, pure and unadulterated. He
received this morning several large casks,
being original packages, to supply his
customers for the holidays. Of the fine
wines we will only mention “Ruedcsheim-
er Berg.” “Qiia-kenheimer” was fine,
bat Rued' sheimer he •■•s’it ail to pieces.
Another “brave’ mrtrd f rthe “hippy
hunting grounds.” from Musk >ge», I. T,
Thursday evening, December 17th. In-
dications point to a deposit of pirne lead
in his body.
Don’t buy your holiday presents until
vou have examined Woodyard’s new
stock of holiday jewe i >
We were offered a “I'.uslev shawl” re-
cently, bv a Galveston peddler, for the
small sum of $35; but as our wif- said
she could make the old one answer bv
giving it a good washing, and as we only
had 15 cents of the $35. and ou' not- for
$24.85 was not considered negotiable, we
let the bargain pass.
If you want anything useful and nice
fer Christmas, call at Seisfeld & Co’s.
Mr. Laiugan has purchased the pro-
perty 011 the Southeast corner of Skiddy
and Am,tin avenue.
Some enterprising individual has erect-
ed a stable on tue line of Sears street at
the H. & P. C. R. R. crossing.
A full line of trunks
Seisfeld & Co’a.
just received at
All parties wishing to tngage in the
manufacture of “bologna sausages,”
•hoold call on Ed, N. Allen, the gentle-
manly baggage smasher at the Union De-
pot. He has a good supply of dogs on
hand, and expects to have more soon.
J. Kevins has received a large and well
selected sto,k ol holiday furniture, toys,
Geo. Yost, Esq.—last part added be-
cause he has tom d the ranks of the
“newly marred”—returned to the bosom
of his family from McAlister, on the 2 :15
train, Saturday morning, the 19th. What
an appetite he displays now.
500 Teams W anted.
The undersigned will pay the following
rates fpr transportation, until further no-
tice, to all teams applying for work :
Denison to Griffin, per too lbs. $225
“ “ Richardson “ “ 1 15
Caddo “ Sill, “ “ 1 65
W. C. Graham, & Co.
dec. 21, d tw.
December 14, 1874.
Editor Daily News:
The-8ucceis which has thus far attended
our public schools is a mutter regarding
which we should be proud—indeed are
proud. It has gone beyond our utmost
expectation. There is one suggestion we
wish to make, it it is not trenching too
much on the business of the Principal and
Directors, which will not only result in
good to us as a community, but will be re-
flected upon our children, in benefit to
them. We refer to the establishment of a
normal department, in which persons
may be educated to teach; and, i'nrther-
more, would suggest tnat, hereafter, ho
teacher be employed by the Board of
Directors unless the applicant possess a
diploma from this department; or some
other first class normal college. To this
may be added any other proper qualifica-
tion!;, the Directors may deem neccs toy.
By establishing a department ol to is
character, we not only re p a be, eft :s
pr paring teinters t >r our own chi i u:.
but it may not he long, until,1 by ffi ion.
duration, a dipiou a irom the * !.». m
Normal L.liege;"will larrywiih it -
wei ,Jit, as to compel hundreds to o k
this direction tor that higVr e . ■ ati <1,
which enables gradu: t d . tea ..e:v to c-
cure positions overall roa s.
We know of one Intie town \vim 1
500 scholrus in constant •••un.,a. c
leaps all the benefits of ilia u.ucii •
ti n ; p pulation.
Now, it *e had enlv tw-v • • I
forehtn schoI'a*s in t: is ■ e artin uit ;
tirnatm-' the r expense • at f-.u •!>
we k. it would leave 6000 per s." -
six months, i.i our mi nt. On 1
scholars would be a p.otit ok* $?.i.cx . '
the . ity.
It seems to u< th.it this ma t- r 1
locking after, and now i- the u »
the ’ tep, and we would su-'"e
there is need of any capt.,,’ "•
. iiterp. ise, that it he ru'sed st e;
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An unrivalled and tineqtialeil stock designed especially for Holiday Pre-
sents is now Jawing displayed by
M. GOLDSOLL & CO.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Ladies’ Coral Sets, A1 cN l.
quios, . :i t»l ‘ H
(J unius and Coral Button*;
Lockets; Ladies’ Tur-
1'Kt, JL; i".isc;:n, Necklaces and
; Ou v nid Opal Bracelets.
Lotions; (L uts’Amethyst, Coral and
S(u>L <•! tit-* - t; (leiits^.Masonic and Society
uit] Silver American Watches, Etc.
A $20,000 Stock.
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT A
Great Reduction in Price!
Until January 1,1875.
riiirchuse a present are anxiously invited to inspect this
p' ices (consequent upon this great reduction) at which
OLDSOLL & CO.
10 t-U r
Number anc Ian .is . i ! r
Hardin, Wixc and ten
Denis in property < r m : .
Call on Gov L
dec. 16. tf.
Mr. August Knecht. h is fitted up a
pleasant room opp. Stone & Guy’s Main
-• i -et, lx*low Austin, and opened a first
class barber shop, where he w iff be pleased
to see his old patrons, and hopes to meet
tiv custom of many new ones. Mr.
Knccht is an experienced barber, and has
practiced his profession in Denison long
enough to establish an excellent reputa-
W: ha ve 130.000 superior hr ck for sale.
For further particulars apply to
u3oiitt- S. A. Bentley & Co.
The finest oysters in the cit, servved in
any style, day or night, at Euper & Co’s,
parlors, Main street,
dec. i, tf.
Denison, Texas, Dec. to. 1874.
Sealed 'proposals will be received by
the undeisigned, for the furnishing and
delivery, at the public park, in the city of
Den.son, Texas, of 500 cedar posts—ten
feet long and not less than five inches in
diameter at small end ; to be first class,
No. t posts in all respects.
The right to reject any and all bids is
reserved bv the undersigned, and propo-
sals will be recedvcd until 10 a. m., Dec.
Address all proposals to.
Treas’r. Gift Concert Association.
Parties living in ti e northwest portion
of the city will find it convenient to buy
their meat at Mr. Browns' Star Market,
on the north side of Main street, below
Austin avenue. He keeps fine meats and
sells at the lowest prices. n3otf.
There is not a week passes hut that the
Live Drug Store is the recipient of from
.-three to five large lots of drugs, and no
wonder a continual stream of people are
pouring in and out of this popular es-
tablishment. Dr. Mozley understands the
want* of the people in the drug line.
Look to Your Interests,
Two lots of fresh and pure drugs re-
ceived at tue Live Drug Store to lav. A
large lot o'"fitncv goods will b- in to-
morrow. The ladies will nk-ase call and
retail oealer in
COUN TRY PRODUCE,
opposite National Bank,
DENISON - -' - TEX4*.
Chickens, Turkeys, etc., aliy* and
dressed, made u specialty.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, etc., kept
sale. dec. 8 tf.
Alwavs 0,1 w at I.
store, epposne />atonal
!; 1 n.-erv
Eppstrin Bio’s have just receive! an-
other shi| ment of fine Havana and Key
West and domestic cigars.
A Standard ArtlcU.
The old Reliable Montana flour, indis-
pensable in every well regulated tamily,
can be had only of W. T. Trapp k Co.,
near the postoflice.
nor. 12 t-f.
'■PIIE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
I CLOTHING HOUSE,
1. M. CASPER, & CO., Pro’pr’a
Main street, opposite Star Stora,
The Great l.lquer (louse.
Eppstein Bros., at the Kentucky Whis-
ky Depot, keep a large stock of their cel-
ebrated whisky’s always on hand for the
trade. Their Paris Bourbon is very
choice. Prices to suit the times. Store
on Main street. it 1,3tf.
I.ouit Lebrecht has a large stock of
Havana. Key West and Domestic Cigars
Millinery and Dressmaking,
We keep constantly on hand a com-
plete stock of Gent’s Clothing and Foi-
nish/ng goods, Hats, Boots, Slu>es, and
a full assortment of dry goods,
Aug. 18, tf.
Jo. F.Day. W. H. Day
JO. F. DAY k BRO.,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
A fine lot of new carriages and good
teams for the accommodation of enstg-
Horses boarded by day or week.
Io. F. DAY & BRO.
The art confectionery establishment of
Messrs. J. A. Euper Si Co., is thronged
with customers, purchasing holiday pres-
Rey. W. M. Robbins, of Gainesville,
representing the M. E. Church Seuth,
it in our city in the interests of his church,
and will preach M the Good Templar’s
hall to-morrow evening (Tuesday) at
early caudle lighting. All are cordially
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Don’t let the little ones be disappointed
when they hang up their stockings on
Christmas night. You can get a choice
selection of cenfectionerys for old Kris
Kingle, ifyou go early, to J. A. Euper &
Look out or you will be too late to get
a nice present from J. A. Euper & Co.
The cheapest and most choice stock ol
holiday jewelry at Weodyard’s.
A new railing has just been put up
through Supt. Eddy’s office. It is to sep-
arate the sheep front the goats—the goat
part for conductors.
Don’t fsil to examine the mammoth
stock of goods at J. Nevins,’ Main street.
A young huRband recently married,
whose name we snpprcss, presented his
darling wife with a handsome set of jew-
elry. She was very proud and happy un-
til a few days later, when she was out shop-
ping and accidentally stopped at M-
Goldsoll & CoJf. She examined theij
elegant stock of Jewelry, particularly the
ladies’ coral, cameo and emethyst sets, for
awhile, and then turning left the store
withont a word. She never revealed her
great sorrow to her anxious husband, and
he will always be harrowed with the vain
regret that he did not select his jewelry
from M. Goldsoll ft Co’s, elegant rtock.
We notice to-day the sidewalk in front
of Seisfeld’s store covered with boxes of
all sixes. They are just opening an en-
tirely new stock, bought especially for the
holidays, and will sell for the next thirty
days lower than ever. If you want some-
thing nice and new in every thing belong-
ing to the dry goods or clothing line, or
anr fancy articles for a holiday present
call on them,
The throng which daily crowd the
spacious sale rooms of Wm. Zadik, attest
the truth of his assertion, that the cheap-
est and best selected stock of clothing,
drygoods, dress and furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, hats and caps in Denison,
is to be found at the New Orleans Cloth-
ing House, two doors east of the postof-
fice. His steadily increasing business
has compelled him to enlarge his room,
and add to his clerical force several
young gentlemen, who will be pleased to
alt*nd to the wants of their numerous
friends. He is now selling very cheap to
make room for his extensive winter stock,
which is daily received.
Buptar* Cm be Cared.
Rupture, heretofore considered incura-
ble, successfully treated by a perfectly
harmless method never practiced by any
other person. Send stamp for explana-
tion and testimonials, to O. Frink,
Scranton, Pa. oct. 20, tf.
The heat medical authorities are aunit
on the question ot pure wines. The ben-
eficial effect of the pure juice of the grape
on the system is undoubted. Mr. Louis
Lebrecht has received a shipment «f the
best native and imported wines to he had
in the market. We would call special
attention to his “Kelly Island” being one
of the purest wines ip the country.
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Blair have opened
a Millinery Store and Dressmaking es-
tablishment, in the building just west of
the Live Drug Store, where the ladieR of
Denison will always find a large and com-
plete rtock of Millinery furnishing goods,
etc. Dresses made to order and any
work in their line executed on short no-
tice, and in the best manner. Ladies
wishing a special line of goods can save
time, trouble and expense by ordering
through us. as are are in daily correspon-
dence with St. Louis. nor 27-tf.
Lamp Chimneys and Fixturea at the
Live Drug Store.
Main street, North side,
DENISON, - . . TEXAS.
I have the only manufacturers in tha
State of the celebrated Chlneoo
EUxer, an unfailing remedy for die
eases ef the hair aad scalp.
J. B. WHEELER, Pn*F*m
First Hotel on the left side Mail street
trotn the Depot,
DENISON - - - TEXAS
Well furnished, airy rooms, bed oMi-
gin g waiters.
Oct. si, tf.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
9. W. STONE, J. B, SOY.
STONE & GUYr
Recemog and Fnrwartlag link.
We are constantly receiving freah sap-
plies of choice groceries, and selling
cheap, for cash.
KJ-Liberal cash advance* made e»
eettoo consigned to us.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 257, Ed. 1 Monday, December 21, 1874, newspaper, December 21, 1874; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722480/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.