Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 78, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 25, 1875 Page: 2 of 3
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The Daily News.
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For City Marshal,
We are authorized to announce the
t atnes dfj. II. N-ehnsrs a candidate lor
‘lie Office rtf Cilv Marshal, at tlie ap-
i ! (^aching city election.
We are authorized to announce K. J.
SviVLtN as a candidate for City Marshal,
at the ensuing 'election.
XVe are auriiorwed to announce the
dame of Thdfnns R. Ntale as a candidate
tor City Marshal at the approaching
To Um Citiirnn ofWilmii.
At tlie solicitation <of many friends, I
respectfully announce tmself as * candi-
date for the office of City Marshal. If
i lected, it wid he my aim to discharge
"lie duties incunsbent on tlie otfice, with-
xj lit fear, fay or or affection.
Respectfully, Rout. J. White.
For Council limit—Fourth Want.
"We are authorized to announce W. A.
Tibbs as a candidate lor the office of City
•Counci.man, Fourth Ward at the coming
We are nut: o.izeil to announce Wm.
1 Iughks as a candidate for Mayor at the
Blackberries are ripe.
Sensitive plants are in bloom.
The fish business on Red river is active.
Extra choice New Yotk cheese at Clark
A lot of Vermont sheep came in Sun-
A new house is building in Cook’s
A neat fence is being erected around
fiur Methodist Church.
Five car loads of artillery material came
in from the North on Sunday.
Choicest coffee in town at Clark & Tal-
Five families from as many portions of
the state, moved to Denison Monday.
Six car loads of cattle were shipped
north Monday evening.
Major G. P>. Glenn, Paymaster U. S.
A., arrived from Fort Richardson Mon-
day, escorted by a company of cavalry,
and left for the north in the evening.
' The public will undoubtedly be pleased
to learn that the Cresset will offer no fur-
ther opposition to the charter amend-
Soap of every variety at Clark & Tnl-
For the information of those of our
citizens who have not registered, we will
state that the registration books will be
reopened before the election which conies
on the second Monday in June—the 14th.
Dr. Johnston performed a surgical ope-
ration on a lad Monday morning tecni-
cally known as paraphimosis. The boy
stood tip under the operation manfully,
and is getting along finely.
Sisters of Charity.
The Denison Amateurs were welcomed ^
! with a good house last night, notwith- rni.„r
1 standing the clouds threatened rain, and 1
they certainly acquitted themselves with
credit. 'The rendition of this comedy has
shown One thing, that we have home tal-
lent worthy of encouragement, and it is
'to be hoped our citizens will take this
view of the matler. We understand the
amateurs will repeat Paul Pry in about
Propose to Establish
School in our City.
The Mother Superior of the Clarksville,
(Texas) Convent, and another sister of
charity, weie in our city Sunday, stop-
ping 111 the residence of our fellow citizen
Jerry NoLn. The Sisters came here to
two weeks. Last night’s success lias given ; enquire into the propriety of establishing
the young ladies and gentlemen confi-
dence in themselves, and a few more re-
Iwrrsals will make them perfect in their
several parts, which will insure a natural
delivery, and cause them to feel more at
their ease on the stage.
As we said before there was a good
house, and the audience frequently mani-
fested their approval by hearty encores.
Blind Tom Coming.
We received a call Monday morning
from Mr. Geo. B. Hudson, traveling
agent for Blind Tom. This musical
prodegy, who has astonished both hemis-
pheres by his marvelous powers, will give
his first concert in this city next '1 uesdav,
the 1st proximo. It is useless for us to
dilate upon his wonderful gilts, for who
is there in this community who has not
heard of Blind Tom, the untutored negro,
whose very soul overflows with melody?
Franklin Hall should be as large again
to hold the multitude that will flock to
hear him. We advise our friends to go
early or they will not secure standing
By buying your groceries at Clark & Tal-
The reasons why Dr. Price’s True Fla-
voring Extracts, Lemon, Vanilla, etc.,
are superior to all others is because they
arc prepared from the choicest selected
fruits and aromatics, without coloring or
poisonous oils, that all the flavoring prin-
ciples are retained unchanged by chemi-
cal action, highly concentrated, requiring
less to flavor, that there is no deception
in bottles as they hold one-half more than
those sold for the same size. That they
are in every particular like his celebrated
Cream Baking Powder—perfect.
Mr. John W. Kouncilman. who has been
with the clothing store of Wm. Zadik the
past winter and spring, wishes us to give
notice that he is no longer connected with
At the regular meeting of the Good
Templars last night (Monday) some of
the important officers being absent, we
suppose doing service on the “sick com-
mittee,” but little business was done.
They howevei discussed the plan of get-
ting up an entertainment to liven up the
dull season, and they will soon be pre-
pared 10 announce their plan of action.
We were favored with a call, Monday
morning, from Mr. B. Frank Moore, agent
and traveling correspondent of tnat old
and reliable Democratic paper, the St.
Louis Times. Mr. Moore will remain in
our city a day or two, which will give our
business men an excellent opportunity to
subscribe for one of the best papers in
Money Saved by
Buying your bread and cakes at Geo. C.
The first gentleman Jto announce him-
self as a candidate for councilman, is our
friend W. II. Tibbs of the fourth ward.
Mr. Tibbs is well known *> nearly every
citizen in Denison, being one of the “old
residenters,” and he is popular as well.
If he isn’t elected we shall be very much
The Mi, Iv. * T. Directors.
In publishing the names of the Direc-
tors of tlie M., K Si T. railway, the Par-
sons (Kas.) Surprise has this to say of
These gentlemen are all deeply interest-
ed in the success of the road, and no
doubt will take immediate steps to relieve
the receiver, and adjust all the difficulties
of the past few months. The present
board is supposed to he a victory for
Manager R. S. Stevens, or really, to take
the management out of the hands of the
New York directors
Mr. Stevens is one of the ablest and
most successful railroad men in tlie Unit-
ed States, and through his untiring ener-
gy and indomitable will the M., K. A ’1'.
has become one of the most important
thoroughfares in the country. It has
been his mind that has controlled it so
long and succesfully up to the unfortunate
difficulties of last winter.
Corn meal at Clark .V Tallant’s.
This section was visited by a fine rain
Sunday morning which did a “power of
good.” It commenced raining a little
after midnight—and kept it up until near-
—.— --4-— —
Take it, take it on, and keep taking it;
reduce the dose so that it acts as a gentle
laxative, and continue it on regularly. It
is a tonic and will strengthen you. It
took a long time to confirm your disease,
nnd you can’t get well in a day. Sim-
mons’ Liver Regulator, if persisted in,
will cure the most stubborn liver disease.
There is no failure about it.
May 24, iw.
a school in Denison. They were well
pleased with the location, the Mother
Super tor, especially, and we understand
expressed themselves as confident that it
would be decided to build a fine brick
building for school purposes, if suitable
lots could he secured. One of them leaves
for France in a few days to obtain quite a
sum of money belonging to them, which
will be employed in erecting the building
should they decide to locate in Denison.
If this proposition is carried out the build-
ing will he a fine structure, and the school
second to none in the state, and it will be
put in operation by the Sisters them-
selves without asking assistance front our
citizens. We certainly hope this enter-
prise may be fully carried out. We
know of nothing that would contribute
more lasting benefit to otir young city.
The Mother Superior, it will he recol-
lected, was in our city during the epidem-
ic in 1S73, and ministered to the sick and
suffering “without money and without
price.” Would that we had many such
BOUND TO GO.
Talk is Very Cheap.
But Facto are Stubborn.
The best and cheapest bread at Geo. C.
Only u Few Day* More.
Persons residing in this vicinity have
only a few uays more in which to secure
tickets to the Texas Gift Concert, which
takes place in this city Monday the 31st
inst. The secretary, Mr. Collins, informs
us that nearly all their agents have closed
up their business and made returns. No
orders for tickets will be reeived from
agents after the 24th, as the managers
must have a few days in which to register
the names of ticket holders: but private
orders for tickets will he received up to
Saturday morning the 29th.
The concert in Forest Park next Mon-
ady will be the biggest thing ot the kind
ever witnessed in this portion of the coun-
try, and the indications are that there
will be a very large attendance from
The drawing will take place in the park,
on an elevated platform, erected lor the
the purpose, so that all may see the tick-
ets taken from the monster glass wheels,
and will be conducted by disinterested
citizens selected by the ticket holders.
Gentlemen wishing to be present at the
concert and drawing must secure tickets.
Ladies and children admitted free.
The finest toilet soaps in Texas are at
Owing to the grand rush at our house,
and in order to accommodate our friend:
and customers, we have engaged the ser-
vices of two competent business men to
assist us during our closir.g-out sales.
Remember your time is short. We
mean business. You never will have an-
other such opportunity to get goods at
such figures. Bear in mind all our goods
are marked in plain figures. A sweet
little girl can buy as cheap as the hand-
Sign of yellow flags. __ m2i,tf.
Forty loaves of breau for one dollar at
Geo. C. Brown’s bakery.*
May 25 6 t
A Word to the WI»«.
If the owners of Skiddy street property
do not make an earnest effort, and that
very soon, to get rid of the prostitutes that
infest that locality, and turn legitimate
business in that direction, they are going
to see trade go on to Woodard street; this
accomplished Skiddy street lots cannot
be sold for enough to liquidate a year’s
taxes. Already a movement is on foot by
parties directly interested on Woodard
street, to secure the erection thereon of
two or three fine brii k business houses:
there is also talk of putting up a fine ho-
tel. As business becomes crowded on
Main street, and the priee of lots goes up,
those having money to invest in buildings
will go onto the adjoining streets where
property can he secured at* much lower
figures. The business of Denison has so
far shown a tendency to work south, along
Austin avenue, and would, in time reach
Skiddy street, were it not for the disrepu-
table character it sustains. If property
holders have so little regard for the good
of the community as to rent houses in the
very heart of the city to prostitutes, it
would still seem as though their pecunia-
ry interests would prevail with them to
pursue a different course.
All lovers of tea buy their tea at Clark
Alarm ot Fire.
About five o’clock Monday evening the
Chinese laundry, on Main street, just east
of Stegmiller’s grocery store, took fire in
the garret from the stove pipe. Hap-Sing,
the proprietor, was so badly scared when
he saw the smoke issuing from the cloth
ceiling over head that he could scarcely
speak, but he managed to get outside and
articulate fire, which brought assistance,
and a few buckets of water extinguished
the flames. Poor Hap-Sing was terribly
frightened. I le sat down on the floor and
cast up his ('inner of rice as easily as
Mr. Isaac Linley of Schuyler countv, j though he had taken an emetic.
To the Citizens of Denison:
At the request of many citizens I beg
leave to announce myself a candidate for
the office of Mayor at the approaching
city election. If elected I will endeavor
to serve you faithfully and impartially.
A vigerous and economical city adminis-
tion is a necessity, and to obtain such
should be the object of every citizen, with-
out reference to personal ambition or ; real estate dealers
other ulterior purposes. The policy of I • ~
the new administration should he to in-1 Arrival* at the Alamo.
sist on keeping the expenditure within j - . „ _
the revenue. Small cities North and j Monday, Mav 24. —Maj G E Glenn, U
East of us to-day are paying the penalty S A; L Knapp, USA: S J Pettit, St.
consequent upon their neglect to observe 1 Louis; J S Bentley, Dallas; L M Price,
Illinois, who lias been in the city for the
pasttnonth, purchasing real estate, return-
ed to Illinois a few days.ago. lie invest-
ed four thousand dollars in cash in city
property in this city, which, we under-
stand, gives him an income of ovei eigh-
teen hundred dollars per annum in rent,
to say nothing of its rapid advance in
Mr. Linley is a gentleman of high
standing in Illinois, and during his stay-
in Denison made many warm friends,
who appreciate his social no less than his
fine business qualifications. We would
be happy to see many more such citizens
of the “Slicker” State come among us to
t ake advantage of the extraordinary in-
ducements our city offers to capitalists.
We are glad to learn that Mr. Linley
contemplates returning with his family
this fall to make Denison his permanent
home, and hope to see him bring many
of his Illinois friends with him. They
certainly cannot go to a country offering
more or brighter inducements to those
seeking pleasant homes or profitable bus-
Mr. Linley is an uncle of our esteemed
townsman, Mr. W. B. Munson, who,
from Denison’s infancy, has been one of
her most prominent citizens and largest
This narrow escape from a conflagani-
tion shold remind the city council, May-
or, Marshal and police that there is an or-
dinance in force requiring every person
within the fire limits to provide suitable
fines in all houses in which stoves are us-
ed and thimbles in the ceilings through
which stove pipes pass. Someone is not
doing his duty, or this fire would not have
The City Council, at their last ad-
journed meeting, authorized a voucher
issued for the $500 reward offered for the
arrest ot Major Dorn, the murderer of
Chas. Patman. All persons interested in
the reward will please present their
claims to the Mayor or City Council, t 1
or before their next regular meeting—the
first Thursday in June.
E. II. Lingo, Mayor.
We beg leave to inform our friends and
the public in general, that we have opened
a wholesale liquor house, where vie
shall keep on hand the finest brand'* ot
Liquors, Brandies. Wines, &c. Also a
choice lot of pure Havana Cigars and To-
bacco. Lovers of a pure drink and a tine
cigar should not fail to give us a call.
J. A. Brenner iN Co.,
216 Main Street.
Eppstein Bro’s have just received an-
other shipment of fine Havana and Ke y
West and domestic cigars.
Hours at Cent.
Mr. Z. Stegmiiler having decided logo
east to spend the summer, is dosing out
his entire stock of boots at cost. He has
a quantity of excellent stock on hard
which lie wishes to close out, and will
make hoots and snoes to order at actual
cost of material and labor. This is an
opportunity seldom offered. Shop next
door to Brown’s bakery, Main street.
Pure Havana cigars, at reduced prires,
Call and try them. L. Lebreciit.
Come One, Come All.
O. B. Langevcr will build and repair
houses, and do all kinds of carpenter
work on short notice and in good order,
and will take in exchange for work, town
lots, fat cattle, hogs, or any saleable
property. You will find prices low, and
the proprietor in the old tent, back ot
McCarthy’s hardware store,
Apr. 25, dtf.
A fresh supply of that superior sham-
poor liquid, at the Live Drug store.
Tlie London Dyer.
Citizens of Denison and surrounding
country, we are prepared to dye, clean
and repair all kinds of gentlemen’s raided
clothing, in London style- Ladies’ gar-
ments renovated and dyed. Particular
attention paid to silk dresses and crape
shawls. Page Si Nal.tr,
Nov. 21, tf. Dyers.
Is known throughout the larrdy and the
most enterprising and reliable institution
in Denison, is the famous “Kentucky
Whisky Depot”—Eppstein Bros, proprie-
tors. Everything demanded by the mar-
ket is supplied from this Depot.
Bay Rum sold at the Live Drug Store.
Can’t he excelled.
Itread t 1 treml! Bread !
One pound for
5 cents at Geo. C.
i Washington, 1) C; N S Miner, Dallas; C
W Smith, Houston; W B Bushnell,
Quincy, Ills; Geo B Hudson, Cincinnati;
H L Mvur, Shannon, Ills; Geo A Rey-
nolds, Parsons, Kas; Chas Smith, I-oit
Scott: John H Mil's, Junction City, Kas.
Because all grades and brands of wines J ledro.
whiskies, brandies, etc., are kept and Try the Pedro Cigar, just received at L.
sold, at lowest prices, by Eppstein Bros j Lebrecht’s.
Soliciting your hearty co-operation,
I am yours very respectfully,
By a card in another column it will be
seen that Wm. Hughes has placed him-
self squarely before the citizens of Deni-
son as a candidate for Mayor, at the en-
suing election. We admire the bold
policy of Mr. Hughes; he war.ts the office
and isn’t afraid to say so. Let the other
candidates come forward without further
delay, so that the public may know who
are willing to serve them, and then our
citizens wi’l be able to canvass their vari-
ous claims and qualifications understand-
ingly, and come to some conclusion.
Mr. Hughes is one of our oldest citi-
zens, and has shown himsclt, on every
occasion, a public spirited gentleman.
He is also a large property holder, and
Denison is his home, lie is certainly as
much interested as any ol us in an eco-
nomical and wise administration of the ;
city government. The selection of a
man to preside over the destitutes of t,ur 1
city, for the next two years, ijs, however,
a very important matter, and sljoQd be
canvased carefully and impartial!- bv
our citizens. This is why we t»
know who are to he brought forward.
CKUAIi GTOVE KILN.
This kiln is located one mile Nortiuast
of Denison. Excellent lime, manufactur-
ed from pure shell rock, bv the car-load
or barrel, can lie had at the kiln, oi .!
John Holforcl’s grocery store, Dermou.
Price per barrel $1,25.
G. W Mitc heu,
All persons having claims against the
estate of Charles W. Nelson, deceased,
are hereby notified that the same must be
presented to me for approval and certifier,
according to taw before the nth day of
Mav, i8">, or they will be legally barred.
Executor of C. W. Nelson.
Smoker* Attention !
The mowing brands of <.jgars can b(J
tound aft H. Lendorff’s cigar stand, at the
Havana Cigars.—La Resolution. Z ir
zclm,, La Araballa, Lizzil, La Flora de
Cabal, Moss Agate.
Domestic Cigars.—Flower Garden,
Longfellow, Diamond Crown. O. P. M.,
Plantation.Our Own Comfort, Bockvea,
Daisy. Brevas, Yard. ec.
Also chewing and smoking tohaco
ELIAN C. FEILD, M. D ,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND
A full stock of finest teas ever
to Denison at Clafk ^ TaliantY
Office, Cor. Main ct. and A ;ve.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 78, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 25, 1875, newspaper, May 25, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722747/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.