Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Friday, March 22, 1878 Page: 3 of 4
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New Men I New Goods!
•n organ at Auatin.
St. Patrick* day panad unobaarv-
•d io dtdatin.
49oll«* wtfa mnrdarar it lying
ill Id jail with the maailaa.
The oflceof Ataesior of Travi*
county pay* about 14,000 annually.
Tha Dnllaa Herald of tbe 21st con.
tainad an unusual amount of local
Prank Garland, a boarding house
bon of Fort Worth, baa skipped out
leaving sundry unpaid bills.
Paddock, of the Democrat, has re-
turned to Fort Worth from his visit
to friends in Mississippi.
The farmers of Cook county are
enthusiastic over the uppeurance of
their reheat crop.
The juvenilos of East Dallas havt
organized a military company. Here
aguin they imitated Denison.
An unlounded rumor was circulat-
ed on the streets of Dallas to the ef-
fect that a smallpox patient was in
Allowing a dead cow to lie on the
streets of a city until tho body is de-
composed is not very cleaver or en-
terprising, is it ? Bu,t Dallas can af-
ford to do it.
Several car loads of corn in the
oar were shipped from Pittsburg,
Camp county, to Jefferson, the E.ist
Line, which brought filty cents per
bushel delivered in the car.
Tbe property of Travis county
was assessed at 811,000,000 for tlio
pust year a fraction of over $8,000,-
000 being for tbe city of Austin, an
incrcusc oi nearly $2,000,000 on for-
Tbo Austin Gazette, saya tbe veg-
etable market of Austin la unsur-
passed in tho South. A great deal
of attention is paid to this impor-
tant industry, an example worthy
to bo intimated elsowhere.
Trumps, attention! Turn your
eyes to the tramp’s paradise. Read
this from tbo Iloustou Telegram
and tramp, tramp: “The trumps
continue an unabated nuisance,
and yet it is stulcd a wealthy ma-
tron keeps and pays a cook and
buys groceries from day to day to
toed those worthless lazaroni.’’
A correspondent in tbo Jefferson
Jmiplicule does honor to whom hon-
or is duo: ‘‘lie hus administered
the government oi the whole state
with as much energy, ability and
fidelity as was possible, using all the
economy tho hardness of the limos
and financial depression of the coun
try domandod, being earnest and
honest in suppressing crime, bring-
ing criminals to justice, not degra j
ding the offico that he bolds by en-
tering into all tho dark political in-
trigues of the day.”
A young ludy of Fitz Walbanin's
neighborhood, .McLennan county,
flatly refused his hand and $1,800
which bo had earned, and instead of
going like a sensible follow and
taking on a gallon or so of lager,
took up a pistol and dosed his nock
with its contents. IIo wroto his let-
ters back to fadorland and willed
his money to two little German
boys who bad been living with Inm.
lie was not quite dead at tho last
report received by the Waco Ex-
aminor. Says the Houston 'lelo-
Tbe Houston Telegram takes
heart and says: “People who had
begun to despair of the Court of
Appeals affirming a murder verdict
have reason to take courage. It
has sustained about fifteen and soul
the prisoners back for execution.
And may wo not all hope that these
decisions, and hangings w hich are
approaching, will have tho proper
effoct in staying the murderous hand
in Texas? Tho history of Texas in
the last five years is crimsoned with
human blood. Civilization loudly
cries out for it to stop."
' The Thorp Springs Enterprise
grows eloquent thusly : “ Hubbard
is the man. He is suited to the of-
fice, and be deserves it. It is true
he is now governor, but be was not
elected to that office by tho people.
The destructive missiles of persecu-
tion have sung about bis head to the
enchantment of his vindictive op-
ponents; false charges, dyed with
the deepest malignancy have been
at rayed against his character; mole-
hills in the field of his administra-
tion have been transformed into
mountains, but all of no avail. Hub-
bard stands to-day before the people
of Texas with a character onim-
peached aDd unimpeachable."
We have opened anew Drug Store at 309 Main Street, Denison,
in the room formerly occupied by Mr. Stroube. We have fitted
it up fresh and new, and have put in a complete stock of
Drugs, Medicines Soaps, Brushes, Combs, Perfumes,
Wines and Liquors, Stationery, Etc.,
And will have in a few days as complete a stock in the above
line of goods, and also in Paints and Oils, as is to be found in
We have been in the Drug business all our lives and mean to
give it onr entire attention, therefore we think we are justifiable
in asking the people of Grayson county and neighborhood to call
and give us a trial, and see if they are not well served, their pre-
scriptions, receipes, etc., skillfully and carefully compounded, at
reasonable figures, and with the best and purest materials.
We invite all to call on us whether wishing to purchase goods,
or not. Physicians purchasing of ns may be sure of obtaining the j
best of everything and at bottom prices.
GUITEAU & WALDRON.
Tfl DAILY HitBALD** 0*PA«TSf*WT.
A STRICTLY INDEPENDENT
NEWSPAPER FOR THE FERPLE
PM 1 Ledricli,
D. W. C. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Stoves and Tinware,
Iron Steel, and
Wagon Wood Work.
Manufacturers A went For
CHAMPION REAPERS AND MOWERS.
John Deere & Co’s Celebrated Plows and Cultivators.
Deere's Gilpin Sulkey Plows.
Adams and French Harvesters and Binders.
J. I. Case & Co's Threshers and Horse Powers.
Steam Engines, .OTr.e_ Dn
Gullet Cotton Gins, NEWSIEST, BRIGHTEST,
Brooks Cotton Presses.
and HAS THU
u m w JE
LARGEST DAILY PAPER IN TEXAS
NORTH OF DALLAS
,V>1> IS Tills
Mitchell & Co’s Improved Wages.
Straube & Co’s Corn and Wheat Mills, and all Kinds of Mill
Machinery. Victor Cane Mills and Cook Evaporators,
all of which I will sell at,
WITH FREIGHT ADDED.
,A.ll<*oods< I/’ully Waminted.
Stato Agent For
OF ANY PAPER
CHAMp”RBPAIBa E»ER P“8LISHED IN DENIS0N!
Glass and Queeaswaie,
Main Street, One Door East of Post Office,
□ttlKIWJI NON, = 2
|&*IIaving purchased the entire stock of Furniture from Mr. (. D. No-
ble, I have added largely to same in Furniture, also, in Glass and tpieens-
warc, which enables me to offer to the trade one of the Largest and liest
Selected Stocks of Goods in Northern Texas.
D. W. C. DAVIS,
Denison and Sherman, Tex. The
And Consequently Attbrds
Best Advertising Medium
lRuCK$ & BALANCES’
LIVE BUSINESS MAN l
IF YOU WISH TO REACH THE HEADING PUBLIC,
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O DENISUS, TEXAS, Tj}
Silt THE BEST COKPMIESg
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DENISON, - -
HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
In Northern Texas.
HighestCash PricesPaid for Cotton.! Furnishing1 Goods.
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and a largo stock of suitable stationery always on Land.
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Burson, J. W. Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Friday, March 22, 1878, newspaper, March 22, 1878; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722521/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.