Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 165, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1875 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily News, i A uREENV TAKENIN-
TUESDAY---* * •........SEPT. 7. 1875.
Arrivals hiu! Departurei* at Tram*,
TI.NXS CENTR A! .
Mail an 1 express arrives............ t: WJ n* m.
11 leaves............. j:oo ;)■. in
Mixed train arrives...................:i oO a. in i
" . " leaven...................6: .50 p. m.
I'vuipht arrives....................... S:an p. m.
“ leaves.....*.................5:0011* m.
(Mai) and express does not run Sundays.)
MISSOURI, KANSAS !i TEXAS.
M:iil and express ;irriv»*s..............3:30 p. ni.
“ “ *• leaves..............1 : <5 l>»
Live st -ck express arrives.............2 '■ 30 p. m.
“ “ •* leaves.............5 • l5 P* ,n*
Way freight arrives...................5 : 03 u* in*
“ •« leaves..................... w a. in.
A “Faker” (Jets Away with $81.
And is Himself “Taken In” by
the Astute Judge.
LONE STAR LODGE, No. tot, A. E. .t A. M. !
—Fust Tj -sday in each inant'a; over First Na-
DENISON LODGE, No. nil, I. O. O. F—Every
Friday niitht—over First National Rank.
DENISON E.NCAMI'MENT, I. O. O. 1-., No.
• -Second and tourtli Tuesdays in tiie innntk--
. over Find National liank.
li’.YST.At SI'IUNG LODGE, No. 190, I. O. of
(T.—Every Monday nigHt—Hail on Woodard
I’ost OtHee Directory.
Xoitl'.cm ir arrives...............a.'oo p. in.
o “ close....................12 .‘ to p. m.
Soathern mail arrives................. 1 ' 00 p, m.
“ cloaca....-•••.......... 1 :.j0 p. in.
0!li.:e hours from S a. in. to 7 p. in. Sunday*,
( .rill he “pen one hour after the arrival and
.istrioutiou ul the mails.
It. M. Gkubj; , I’. M.
Railroad tickets to all points bougiit,
old and exchanged by Fred Mnnget, at
S onthern hotel. Sherman. Aug. 13-tt
Go to the LIVE DRUG STORE.
Two dramatic troupes are being organ-
ised among the young men of Denison.
Families can be served with nice fresh
pm k at the City Market this morning.
A citizen of Denison made an nnsuc-
e,.s ful attempt to shuffle off his mortal
c ,:i Monday evening, by taking a solution
Henry Paterson, a young man. evident-
ly fresh from the rural districts, entered
complaint before Esquire Kirk Monday
morning that he had been robbed of$Si
the night before by a man named L. H.
Morris, and two others.
Paterson said they told them if he would
let him have the money they would re-
place it as soon as the bank opened Mon-
I day, where they had a large deposit, but
| instead the money was deposited in a
Morris was arrested, and in the examin-
ation he asked to make a statement, and
to show that he came by the money legit-
imately, he said Paterson loaned it to
him with the understanding that they
were to fight the tiger, and if they made
a winning they were to divide.
Esquire Kirk--“Did I understand you to
say you lost the money at Furor’
Esquire Kirk—“Then I fine yon $25
and costs lor gambling.”
The other case was postponed until
Tuesday morning, and in default of bond,
Morris was escorted to the ccoier.
How Is It 1 ^
It is customary in Denison to accuse
Sherman business men of being too
stingy to support a daily paper. I he
News pleads guilty of do ng tne same
thing, but will have to take it back now.
Tim Sherman Daily Register shows a
better Inca! advertising patronage than
either of the Deni-on papers, while the
Reg,.eel 's sc.d e >:'prices .. considerably
higher. How is this to be accounted for?
Our theory is that a large number ot our
business men—those who do not adver-
tise at all, or only setni-occasionaily
think tht papers are bound to
Take Tour County Paper.
A Farmer loses Twenty Dollars
Because he Did Not Take
the Weekly News.
He Saw His Folly and Subscribed
A fop»k« Barber.
F. Pi Baker, now editor of the Topeka
(Kas.), Commonweaitn, gave Dave Wil-
liams, the champion colored politician,
! tcnsorial artist and hero of the civil rights
: suit, Of this c;ty, this kind of a send off in
n late issue of his paper:
Our Topeka readers will remember
| Dave Williams, a colored barber who
j formerly had a shop ;n this c ty. Dave
I was an influential man among his race
while here, and he is stiil so in Denison,
Cash Liquor House,
Just received 20,000 Flor de Tamar;
ro,aoo Quinta Escensia; of.latter one end
■re trimmed, adapted for the toothless.
Fve hundred Our Little Ones; 10,000 La
Matilde; 10,000 Grand Duchese. I will
offer same at the lowest figures to thn
trade. Louis LEBREttir.
Bread! Bread!! Bread!!!
Hereafter I will sell fifty five cent loaves
for $t.oo, twenty-five double loaves lot
$1, and thirteen extra large family loaves
It is well known to all our readers that; q-exaa) t0 which place he went two years
the merchants of tnis city advertised to 1 ag0 jaat winter. It is his daughter who
give certain premiums for the first bales was refused a seat :n the first-class car on
* 1 -. A copy of a railroad and had tne conductor arrested for *1—small quantities in propotrton
and held to bail under the civil rights yjv )notto is large sales and small profits
bill. Now, Dave is not only a good bar- ^ not lQ bg unde„old
ber, but he is one oi the most scientific
men with cards in the L nited States.
When he went to Denison he pretended
of cotton brought to this city
the News containing thi. advertisement
fell into the hands of a man in Hunt
countv, and he went to work at once,
and picked, ginned, and brought to Den-
ison the first bale, for which he received
sixty dollars, in premiums, besides a b g
price for his cotton.
Not so lucky was the farmer from Cook —plenty of flowers, etc.
county, who brought the first bale trom found a ,,;acej a block of about four acres,
that county on Monday last. He had not j the outskirts of the city, which he set
seen the advertisement, and consequently 1 his heart upon, it belonged to a tner-
was not posted on the conditions required j ?*£ a ,q“tt?e ga°mJ ofem’ds”
to obtain premiums on first bales, so ne 1 ... , , •
Being a practical baker and manufac-
„ uu, „v ..v....» -____________- ,_____ turlngmv own bread. I have less expenses,
to uederstand the different games a litne, I which enables me to sell cheaper :h..u
but on the whole he managed to make tne cther hobse.
plavers believe that he thougnt himselt
smart, but was in reality green. Dave
has an eye for a nice large lot, fine house,
• ‘ ' He
joined with a neighbor, who was working
part of the same farm with him, and put
up a bale to bring to this city. He could
just as well have made it all up from his
own field, which would have entitled hitn
to the premium of $20. But he knew
nothing of any premium being offered un-
til he arrived in our city. The man took
his loss philosophically, and being deter-
mined not to be caught in the same man-
ner again, he came to tiie News office
and subscribed for the Weekly.
A Big Bonanza “Struck.”
We were pleased to receive a call from
Dr. Crane Monday, one of the earliest, , • „ ,c „
_ ■ * an vwav, wr V • ;i .mu »;r.an, ;* (..u.} i*»
s-oi Denison, now residing a.i - . ,
I new thing and every business man knows
_________ he must lend a shoulder to th - wh^l to
M. Butler, General Live Stock Agent j keep it ui.vu.g.
If every protes-ional man, and every re-
. K. \ T. railway, returned from Fort
Worth Monday. Capt. Butler judges,
Trrjin exitnaive conversation wdh stock
man, that there will be a good tall drive.
A large share ot the coal now used in
toe Stale comes from McAllister, in
Me india!i Territory, about ninety-two
miles from Deni:on. Fifteen ear loads
a. 1 taken from the mines daily.
Gen. J. FI. V in Pett.cn left last night tor
Denison, Texas, where lie will take
1 i*tru • ot the public schools ot that city.
He , . a npe scho'ar and perlcet gentle-
man. and the Bazoo bespeaks tor him a
cordial reception. — Scdalia Bazoo, 5th.
tail dealer in Denison would insert aa
inch card, even, in the local papers, a.
a month each, there would be no trouble
about giving our citizens paper* equal to
any north of A ■: t ■
------ \r--1---- —
McCarthy was in Dallas a few days
ago, somewhat in the condition of Mu-
cawher, having recently sold out in Den-
ison, and waiting for something lucrative
to turn up. Hearing of a couple of bank-
rupt stocks of hardware for sale, he took
them in. One lot invoiced at $7,000 he
picked up for $1,000: another billed at
$j.^oo he gobbled for a five hundred dol-
eep tin lar «recn back’
‘ ' These goods are all new and first class,
consi.-ting of a car load ot iron, complete
outfit of tinner's tools and machinery,
slid f goods, and a latge stock of gas fix-
tures, pipes, etc.—everything in fact to
be found in a first class hardware and
gas fiitter’s establishment. McCarthy is
preparing to open out this large stock at
hi- building opposite the Live Drug
Store, and says he is determined to con-
trol the hardware trade ot Denison if he
has to sell at half price.
by this merchant. He also a:iowed hi in
self to be beaten out ot considerable
change at first. After a time his turn
came for winning, and he did win, r,ot
only all the money that he nad lost, but
all the loose change the merchant had,
and finally he won the much coveted lour
acres of land. The deed was made out
and Dave was put into possession and at
once commenced the erection of a good
house, lie has it fenced in, set out tree’s,
stnad fruit, flowers, etc. In fact he list's
the most beautiful grounds in Northern
Texas. He continues to run his barber
shop, votes his colored brethern, and is
one ofthe nabobs of the country. And
this is wnat has become of Dave Wil-
liams, the Topeka barber.
Everything usually kept in a first class
drug establishment can be found at the
Live Drug Store, at reasonable prices.
More new goods at Atchison In Slar s.
M. A. Levy,
Is now open, and henceforth will keep
on hand all the popular brands of cigars,
also, fine-cut and plug chewing tobacco,
cigar cases, pouches, pipes, etc.
2i$h Main street, july
next door to McDougallV,
A. II. Johnson has opened a boot and
-:ioe Shop on Main street, opposite the
Ndcvs otiice. He is said to he t supenor
,* ii kntitn. and lias settled in Denison in
inTerenc: to other towns which he .has
Wc would call the attention of our
ta lers to the advertisement of M. H.
Sherburne, boot and shoe dealer. Mr.
■-herburne not only carries a large 6tock,
out it is a good one. His goods are as
. presented, and cannot be excelled in
his city or in the southwest. Fine uork.
idles’ and children’s shoes a special!''.
Out friend II. I. BitHe, who ha- . farm
wo miles west of the city, tells us he
lulled peaches from three year-old trees,
his year, which weighed half a pound,
u-.d measured eight and one-half inches
n circumference. The trees grew from
he pits, and are of the common Texas
•'.rietv known a* White Piutn.
Mr. Edward* managed to li<t into 'he
ir t story of the News office, Monday
morning, a huge tweet potato, weighing
our pounds. It is of the variety known
i- the Southern Queen, Very white, and
vhen cooked of superior flavor, lie says
e thinks he has some now growing
viiich will be one-third larger.
Owing to sickness in his latnily Mr.
\rev informs us that the proposed con-
:ert, for the benefit of the Episcopal
lurch, will not be given until some night
As the Presbyterians di not like to have
t concert in their church building, other
irrangetnents will be made for a had.
Charley Noyes’ benefit, ut Franklin
Hall last night, was not as largely atten-
ded as the entertainment deserved, prob-
ably owing to the short notice given, but
there was a very good anti appreciate e
audience. Prof. Jordan is the best pres-
..iigitator that has ever visited our city,
and Hurry Lindon is the most peifect im-
itationist we ever listened to. H:s imita-
tion of the tnockmg bird is really wonder-
At the earnest solicitation ot a number
of our best citizens, who were present,
the gentlemen have cons' :i‘to delay
their departure ami give another exhibi-
tion to-night, at the same place.
We can assure our readers that the ex-
hibition is first class in every respect,
and should receive a liberal patronage.
Let everybody turn out and give the vet-
eran showman a benefit that wn: be a
credit to the city.
For Hunt or Sale, Cheap.
A second hand piano—can be seen at
residence of Capt. R. L.'ioks, Denison,
Tcxa . Ar-piv to Dorman, Hchr.es &
f" . 3 3L
Atchison & Star have just received a
j nice line of toys, mirrors, etc.
Opening of our (’llbit* .School.
--- i Bargains, Bargain*.
Our city school commenced yesterday, j ---
A full corps of teachers present. The Me have for rent two fine residence
different rooms were well filled. The fronting the Park.
following is the list oi teachers:
J. B. Van Petten, Superintendent; Mrs.
Ingerton, Principal of Acedemic Depart-
ment; Miss C. Cornell, Miss S. Cornell,
Mrs. Purdam. Miss Cristie, Miss Legate.
Mrs. Shellenberger and Mrs. Brown,
complete the list.
Cl isses have been formed in ristory.
algebra, geometry, and other higher Ln- 1 gan street.
We have for sale house and lot on
Gandy street; house and lot on Sears
■ treet, and two lots on Sears street
Examine my goods before buying else-
Satisfaction guaranteed in quantity and
quality. Geo. C. Brown,
aug 30-H'. Main St., Denison.
A few boarders can be accommodated
by applying to Mrs. Cook, Mai: street
next door west of Pollard's tin shop,
Go to Acheson’s for it.
DR. J. S- CRAM'S
The instant and Infallible Cure for
NEURALGIA. NERVOUS MEAD
ACHE, TOOTHACHE, PLEURISY.
Crick in the Neck and Pains jr, the B... *
Chicago, jan. 9, 1874.—I have u -e-.-t
Dr. Cram's Fluid Lightning in head.:.: .
neuralgia, rheumatism, toothache am:
various other pains, until 1 am tm>-:
heartily convinced that it i> lar super "’
to ail other known anodynes.
E. J. Farewell. M. I)..
10S Clark street.
Chicago, Jan. 9, 1S74.—In October ias
after suffering intolerable neuralgia <>f
the face for ten days without re! 1- f f
able physicians, I was entirely ami i ■. -
manently relieved in one hour by the
of Dr. Cram’s Fluid Lightning.
W. p. Watson, Dime Savin."-Bans.
34 Piice Place. C'nie:...; ■
Chicago, Jan. 24, 1874......I have .
I Dr. Cram’s fluid Lightning for he .
! ache and neuralgia .pains. It will d ..
| that tsclaimed for it.
VV. H. E11 \re.
Florence Sewing Ma- .1 ins.
! Chicago, May ro, 1S74.—F: n
| quent use of Fluid Lightning. 1 rega u
1 as a great remedial agent for mturaig
1 and all nervous pair.-.
L. M. Siikkvk, Attorney at Law
Clark ire. t
Fluid Lightning acts instantly and
We have for sale on easy terms, house j fects a iwrmanent cute when a!. ■ ■
1 remedies fail, i' does not redden
and lot on Mam street. | blir.ter die *k'n, is periectiy safe, arid
We have this day $500 to loan on city -.antlv cure- :j out of 20 case - of n< ■■
nroneitv i pains. CALL AND TR\ 1 i’ . •
We Save for rent .mall he«* on Mor- eOSTS YOt NOTHING Tne»o,,de.
: ml success ol tins retiieth has :ei. m
glish studies, and in Latin. Arrange
meats have been made for instructions in
instrumental music. It will be the aim
ofthe school to furnish facilities for every
branch of education which the young
people of our city may desire to pursue.
Gen. Van Patten left last evening for
inison, to take charge of the public
tools in that city. The General will
ar with hitn the best wishes of his
ends, and their name is legion. V e
run congratulate the friends of ediica-
in ot that city, upon securing the ser- :
es of so accomplished an educator.—
a alia Democrat. $tk.
Editor Denison Daily News :
We think the city council should take |
action forthwith, and offer to Austin Col- j
lege out beautiful school building for the i
ourirose of securing the location of that
Rm. -.ber ever, bodv that Hendon ts in our cfty.
not v.ng a single tom. ur.tin nt.. m They are aware that seven-eighths of j
order to get Au-tin College away n.°,n I the citizens of thi- cit 1 favor such a move, i
Sherman, and trom the present ir: uea- , ;ind j( ;icce,,te j >cavc tin. ca e to a vote of 1
tions -he stands a good chance o. getting ti,e neoiile. We know that to take around
it. We must raise $14,000 more, eitti-r
in mo tv v or lands, or both, or Den1 ■ >n
wilt get it. A gentleman called on
We have city scrip for sale.
Montgomery & Scott.
221 Main street.
Win. Hughes, Iteni Estate Agent.
Will offer for the next ten days, some
fine bargains in real estate.
] One first-class brick dwelling at a sac-
One first-class frame dwelling, way
One first-class'small frame, cistern, ccl-
I lar. etc., very cheap.
Ten lots, at low figures, well locab d,
1 on payment of $5 each per month.
I Considering the prospect tor next year,
1 now is the lime for buyers to invest.
j principled, persons to imitate
i geiiuin- that has cot Dr. Cram*
j on tiie abel.
For sale only at Ac!,, on
I Anri 1 8.
JO. QJJl.NN x CO., Proprietor*.
Main street, Oppo-i- National F»
The proprietors guarantee to keep
BEST MEATS to be had i:
P: ic?« to suit tii - Times.
Ac:17, d tf.
srrsac rurj^L-ir z-z o:
C' 4th and l ■ ru.-t Sir.- ts St Luc
tiie people. We know that to take around
a petition to our citizens is a ta-k too
.. g.i-at !• 'use upon any few of our cit'-
lt. A geti iemai. caiwu w,. Mr. , ..eiifi and ^ dol’ng s()'tiiev would or
Sumner yesteruay and subscribed unci al* j m- >nt mjKS ;n their rounds several of our
own accord. Let otiiers no tiie worthy citizens; and there are some, al-
Kenluckj- W htsk.v Depot.
; Remo-lelisi ami -' :rn shed thron
out. Most ceu: ai iocatiju in 1 >' c
Messrs. Eppstein Bro-., keep a com- All iine- m c . t car- --a-' " '
plete stock of wines, brandies and pHtv ,‘qn-w'*1 •••m -Ga^a... ;;
" ' * ’ ’ ’.....------A .-D. ;jav. Ro
Kentucky whiskey ,
ly of his own accord. Let others do the
same, for we tell you we arc too near the
golden prize to let such a rare opportunity
slip.—Sherman Daily Register.
, ■ , guests
also cigars and to- ; Vv)0ma. -r,-. and ni per
bacco, with which they arc prepared to • »>v day, week »r trni.r.u.
community who would! supply the trade promptly and at the’MEALS A* >.*VB
................. ves slighted, and would ( iowest cas|, prices. This is the oldest 1 A g 17, D :n
perhaps opp-jse us merely on that ground
ways 1 n every
consider themselves slighted, and would j ;ovvest cas|, prices. This is the oldest
building is not giving awav $3s'.000, to j upon the excellent quality ot their goods. , ry
I «• e (vit tlx.-* tfivimr r*‘ nnl v ibrt.fYlO nr 1 1 \ V *
Col. Thomas Bowling, of Hannibal,
Mo., well known to many of our citizens, I „s< but the giving of only $6,000 or
and one of the committee ot reception . $8.exx), which it would only take next
who met the editorial excursion from! ^ t0 build two good ward sc,tool
wno mti is- , , o houses to furnish room tor our public
Texas, on the train, in September, 1073* 1 ftchools.
and escorted them into the citv, has a j The matter is of tht iftmdst importance
so'id column advertisement in the Han- to us all. and we have no doubt bit* the
"!•»> Clipper Soiled. “Ho* .0 «« Ck-.P |
Hornes in Texas.” The Colonel has j
traveled over our State extensively, is an
New Goods at the Live Drug Store.
Smokers Attention t
The following brands ot cigars can be
found at H. Lendorff' s cigar a ..nd, ut ti-.e
11 \vana Cigars.
A. A REV.
1 ’umiture and
No. 314 Main stree*.
enthusiastic adtnirei* of Texas and her
people, and is turning a heavy emigra-
tion this way over the M. K. 5* T.
A store tor rent and stock for sale, in-
| quire at this office.
____._ _________________ L*Resolucion, Zar-
We direct attention to the professional zelas, La Araballa, Lizzil, La Flora ue
card of Char'es R. Smith. Caj t. Smith Moss Agate,
is n young gentleman of fine culture-, Domestic Cigars.—Flower Garden,
who ha* practiced with success in Vir1! Longfellow, Diamond Crown, O. P. M.,
ginia. He has located in Denison, and i plantation,Our Own Comfort, Bockyca,
we shall be pleased to see hitn meet with . Daisy, Brevas, Yard. ec.
Miat patronage we are confident Ids abi’.- Aiso chewing an-J smoking tobacco, the natron ice
1 ities deserve. pipes, etc. i Apr. tj, tf.
t’a.-tienla.-attention j>aid to tur •
note s and board : lg >; Atis-.". witi
FURNITURE and REDDIN' i
at w hole .tie t
All kinds ot upholster, and rep:,;,
'work done Ma’tr—r- :--a le
I r'rpeL e ra ed Ca. pets made a .d
COFFIN'S MADE IT) ORDER.
All orders p-nmptly attend’d!'-.
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