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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 25 June 1893

mman -AND- $twda terttm SOCIETY. TIm Society Editor ot the Gaactteei will thank the ladle* of Denison for the announcement^ Sunday, Junk 25, 1893. enter tain menu (Won by them, or other event* of apecial interest. Addreaa, * Editor." Gazetteer. of society Society SHIPPERS We are prepared to do a general Fruit forwarding and Commission business. Having had over SEVEN t EARS OF EXPERIENCE in this Hue we think we. have the Best Markets Located. We get daily ■ARKET RETORTS RY WIRE from all the lending Markets, therefore do not ship to Markets that are glutted. A FULL LINE OF Fruit Box Material, Nails and Tacks. CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. 1W flk PERSONALS. v * Y To the people of Denison and surround- ing country !« that Luthirwood & Bennett, Are telling so many good* FOR CASH. They will save you a NICE per cent on alt your groceries. If never before give the Cash House One trial and be Convinced. Try 100 lbs. of their fancy PATENT FLOUR for LEATHERWOOD * BENNETT, 429 Main Street. -VTloga...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 2 July 1893

VOLUME XII. THE RELUBLEf EW PROCESS GASOLINE STOVE Centennial Refrigerators, Ice-Cream Freezers, And Graniteware. HARDWARE. Tin-Shop. Oommercia! Printing OF ALL KINDS AT bshSMm t SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR , ( I ONI DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. i dknison, texas, sunday, july 2, 1893. I ENTERKD AT THE POSTOFFICK AT DXNISOM. TEXAS, ( i AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTXR. NUMBER 10. Commeroial or ALL KIKDS AT Uiirr^wV Daimaf DrinHfli* Hurrays rowtr niiini| CREAGER 305 W. I&JlTJST ST. Bpscial Session Galled. Mr. Clevelsnd has called cial session of Congress August 7. a spe- to meet With all'his faults John Chinaman never strips. We favor open gates on Sunday at Chicago but the cold truth of his- tojy must be that Chicago broke her contract with Uncle Saip.—Waco Day-Globe. It is also a cold truth that Unfle Sam first broke his contract with Chicsgo._ It is now believed that congress will meet in extri session Sept. 4, instead of the 15 th, as heretofore an- nounced. The financial situation d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 2 July 1893

. / T/^V\VWWWXV\V «kWAW/*V*VW\V«TAWAWA •-V V- aS V- V- V- V- V- -fcS- V- 4^ -us. 4Jw -US- 7AS- 4V. >AS -US -US -US j ' J Be on your Guard. If some grocers urge another baking powder upon you in plade of the " Royal, '' it is because of the greater profit upon it This of itself is evidence of the supe- riority of the "Royal." To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials, and thus, though selling for the same, give less value to the consumer. To insure the finest cake, the most wholesome food, be sure that no substi- tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by you. Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results. THE REVISED ORDINANCES OK THE CITY OF DENISON. AN ORDINANCES To adopt and establish the Revised Ordinances of the City of Deni- son: Section i. Be it ordainfd by the City Council of the City of Deni- son, That the following Titles, Chapters and Articles sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 2 July 1893

# Suudag ferttm PUtLltMKD l I H SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S POWER PRINTING HOUSE REVISED ORDINANCES. [Continued from Second Page.] and shall give such additional bone as the custodian of the school funds as may be required by the board of " trustees. Art. 60. It shall be the duty of the city treasurer to make entries of all amounts received by him, and from whom collected, in a book to be kept for that purpose; and he may examine weekly the books of the various collecting officers of the city. The books of all collecting officers shall be open to the inspec- tion of the treasurer at any.time, who, if he shall find any irregulari- ties, or improper entries, or omis- sions to credit collections, shall re- port same to city council for their action. Art. 61. The treasurer shall keep a full set of books, such as are necessary for properly conducting the business of the office, and shall keep an account with each appropri- ates or fund made, with its dis- bursements; and when any tund or app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 2 July 1893

Jwulag feftteet Sunday, July a, 1893. . J , : •• «. • ' V ...\ ; %lt ■ HmIB SOCIETY. -AND— 8HIPP1KS We arc prepared to do a general Fruit forwarding and Commission business. Having had over SEVEN tEARS OF EXPERIENCE in this line we think we naVe the Best Markets Located. We get daily MARKET REPORTS RY WIRE from all the leading Markets, therefore do not ship to Markets that are glutted. A FULL LINE OF Fruit Box Material, Nails and Tacks. CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. HiarMros. -frTtogi Mineral Water Treatment.-*- PEBSONALS. Cm Rheumatism in all it* forms. *11 Female Troubles, Kidney Dt *as*. Indorsation, Neural gta, and all Stomach traables. Came, all; ■ _ [ you that ira'aflicted. to Ttogm. Grayson connlv and bs Sated. AdddrsM Tteja lllnsral Wrf. Co r. H. STREET, Manager.] Tlofa, T«I. TESTIMONIAL.. To Witm tt Conctm: Par a period ot about two aad one-half months I was aflkWd with sciatic rheumatism. I was compelled to BSC crutches, aad even then it was with mat dtaculty that I moved about. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 9 July 1893

* - "* * - J . _ Jommercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT SfiriA.". ' I \ *'..... ■ • Murray's Power Printing House . y. - v VOLUME XII. ( SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YKARJ f ONI DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. I DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1893. I SsTEKKD AT THK POSTOPPICR AT DENISON, TEXAS, I AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTRR. 1 NUMBER 11. Commercial OF ALL KINDS AT Peter Prlett«( Hmr 1 THE RELIABLE HEW PROCESS ASOLIHE STOVE Centennial Refrigerators, Ice-Cream Freezers, And Graniteware. HARDWARE. Tin-Shop. LLARD&CREAGER 305 W. HvtA-I-CT ST. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 'MHE STATE lflTlOdftli BANK At Oeelsoa, la the State of Tents, at the oloee of business, June 30,1893. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. Loans and Discount*, - Overdrafts, - - So 6.^5 55— 6J'."s3JS V. S. Bands and Premiums, •Other Stocks and Bond., - Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures, - - * •Other Real Estate, •Cash in Vault, Cash in other Banks, . Redemption Fund with U I , S. Treasurer, Total, • r 41,5 c*) 00 7*HS n 3JJ50 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 9 July 1893

w—mm 1 holiest of all iu Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOU/TELY PUBE THE REVISED ORDINANCES I OF THE ; CITY OF DENISON. AN ORDINANCE To adopt and estahiish the Revised Ordinances of the City of Deni- son : Section t. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Denison, That the following Titles, Chapters and Articles shall hereafter consti- tute the REVISED ordinances ok the city of denison. [ Continued from last week. J title v. fire department. chapter one. regulations—prevention of fires. ! Art. ia6. No person shall, un- der any pretext whatever, take or use any ot the implements, tools or apparatus belonging to the lire de- partment, without fir>t obtaining permission and consent of the chief; and it shall be the duty of every fireman knowing of 'such offense to report same to his chief, and said Lief to make complaint to the chief of police, who shall take action in the matter; and for every violation of this article the person guilty of such vio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 9 July 1893

«S W'- ^uud § fcrtttn ruuiMlD «**■■ SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S POWER PRINTING HOUSE REVISED ORDINANCES. [Continued from Second P ge ] to refuse to cle tn up and diainfect the premises used by them as a dairy; ar.d any person so refusing to comoly with the provisions of this article shall be deemed guilty of a breach of this ordinance. It shall not be lawful for such pe-son to sell, or offcr for sale, any mil& in the limits of the city without first ob-. taining a certificate from the health board that he has complied wi'h the provision hereof, and any pers>on so offering for sale milk without such certificate shall be deemed guilty of a violation of this ordinance. Art. 184. That the board of health shall examine into the quality and wholesomeness of the water used by residents of the city when- ever complaint shall be made bv them, and report-r* the result of such examination to the city council, and whenever aid board shall decide tha{ the water used by any inhabitant or inhab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 9 July 1893

OUR GRAND SATURDAY A'tiD MONDAY BARGAIN SALE ON CLOTHING. Beirne ft Stenson!* <>ffer is the most wonderful of the season in their Slaughter of Prices. Gentlemen we Want Your Patronage If price* and Kood. will accomplish such— we have no fears. For to- morrow we will offer vov increased values in ourgieat Banner Bros, bankrupt stock. Below we give the following: 4 GENTLEMEN'S SUITS. 100 Men's Gray Sack Chevoit Suits at $4, worth $S. 100 Men's Gray Cutaway Cheviot Suits at $4, that would ordinarily make you a bajgain at $10. 68 Men's Check Cassiinerc Suits St $5; manufacturers cost is $9. 75 Men's light color Patch Pocket Sack Suits at $7.50, worth $15. 85 Men's light colored Cheviot Sack Suits (satin faced) at $8, worth $'5* 57 Men's light brown Serge Suits ■t $9, which are excellent value at $16.50. 97 Men's blue or; black Thibet Cutaway Suits at $9, worth to make 05 Men's blue Serge (sack) Coats " •nd Vests at $7.50, which are mag- nificent value at $u. GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER COA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 16 July 1893

Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Mirny's Power Printing House T VOLUME XII. (SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, ( i ONE DOLLAR FOR SI-X MONTHS. i DKNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1893. s ENTERED AT THE POSTOKPICE AT DKNISON. TEXAS,# j AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. I NUMBER 12. Commercial " ■ " v' OF ALL KINDS AT Mmy's Pottr Priitto| THE RELIABLE NEW PROCESS ASOLINE STOVE Centennial Refrigerators, Ice-Cream Freezers, And Graniteware. HARDWARE Tin-Shop. POLLARD &CREAGER 305 W. IsAULTlsT ST. ^ FRIED^NTHAL, District Manager of THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO of New York. Office 310 Main it., up-sfairs, next door to Standifer & Eppstein's law office. I. M. STANDIFER. LOUIS B. KP PSTKIN STANDIFER & EPPSTEIN, Attorneys at Law, m K- ______ 310 MAIN ST., DKNISON, TEXAS. M. NAGLE, SPECIALIST— * On disease* oi EYE, EAR AND THROAT. • main STREET •J* P. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. % no MAIN STREET. It costs a kodak crank $2 for the privilege of taking snap shots at the wonders to be see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 16 July 1893

.... .... .... ife-r '. Pay the Price Royal Baking Powder is shown by chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent. greater in strength than any other. Many second-class —1 . brands of baking powder are urged upon con- sumers at the price of the high-cost, first-class Royal. These ^ powders, because of the inferior quality of their ingredients, cost much less than the Royal, besides being 27 per cent. les$ strength. If they are forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly lower price of the Royal for Royal only for them. .THE REVISED ORDINANCES OK THE city of den iso n. AN ORDINANCE To adopt and establish the Revised! Ordinances of the City of Deni- son : Section i. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Denison, That the following Titles, Chapters and Articles shall hereafter consti- tute th8 ordinances ok thk cltt ok denison. revised acts, duties or officers the city of Denison. within or of title x. CHAPTER ONE. f Continued from last it #**. J title vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 16 July 1893

$uudaj) ,r rt?ti.is«it> «vi«* SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S POWER PRINTING HOUSE REVISED ORDINANCES. [Continued from Second Page ] messages at any hour'of the day, nor to keepers of drug stores, hotels, boarding houses, restaurants, livery stables, bath houses, or ice dealers, lP&T to telegraph or telephone of: fices. title xv. public safety. chapter ok e. blasting, etc. 294. Any person who shall r sidewalks that feet in width. are less than sixteen r Art, blast, or cause to be h)asted, any rock, earth, or other material within this city, without having the orifice at the time of setting off the blast securely covered on all sides with good, sound plank of sufficient length, width and thickness so as to prevent fragment* of such material from ascending into the air, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be fined not less than three dollars nor more than one hundred dollars. Art. 395. Any person having charge of auy public or private im- provement in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 16 July 1893

Hi pergonals. SOCIETY. -AND 8H1PPMKS We are prepared to do a„^dneral Fruit forwarding and Commission business. Having had over I will go over to Canada and before return SEVEN JEARS OF EXPERIENCE | In# south will take a trip down the St. Whiting Thompson, ot Austin, cime in ou the neon train Tuesday and will spend a d#ys in Dtnfcon with his brother, Hal., of the mail carriers' force, and his sister, Mrs. Kirk Fairbanks. Mr. Thompson is en route to Chicago. Messnk. Watt and Holloway Smith •pent Tuesday in Denison. The young gentlemen were en route to points in the north /and east to spend the remainder of the si/mmer. Thev went direct to Chi- cago and expect to attend the White City dally for several weeks. Later on they The Society Editor ot the Gaaetteer will thsnk the ladles of Deniaon for the announcements of entertainment* given by then, or other society events of special interest. Address, "Society Editor." Gasetteer. in this line we think we have the Best Markets Located. We g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 23 July 1893

8- Jommercial |"rinting OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House t VOLUME XII. i subscription two dollars a year,( j on* dollar for six months. i DEX1SON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1893. ssteked AT THK POSTOKFICK AT DSNISON, TEXAS, AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE*. NUMBER 13. Commercial OF ALL kinds AT Mtftty's Pmr THE RELIABLE NEW PROCESS GASOLBE STOVE Centennial Refrigerators, Ice-Cream Freezers, And Graniteware. HARDWARE. 1 IP Tin-Shop. POLUDB t MEAGER 305 W. ST. One of the booming, institutions in Houston has gone to the wall. The Houston Heights company has made an assignment. Hondo, a little town in Uvalde county, is in a bad fix. Its local paper, the Sentinel, says Hondo has more people now than can be sup- plied with water, and advises that no more come there until an artes- ian well is secured. The Houston Post wants the patent office abolished, and the gov- ernment to reward every inventor according to his works. The in- vention to be public property. Anything to be forninst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 23 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baling Powder ABSOLLTTELY PURE THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF DENISON. AN ORDINANCE To adopt and establish the Revised Ordinances tff the City of Deni- son: Section i. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Denisoiy, That the following Titles, Chapters and Articles shall hereafter consti- tute ' the revised ordinances of the city of denison. [ Continued.] jchapter four. telephone and telegraph poles. Art. 3<jo. That no person, cor- poration or company shall erect or construct any pole, pier or abutment, wire or other necessary' fixture for magnetic telegraph or telephone pur- poses, or for electric light purposes, or for any other purpose whatever, along any of the streets or alleys of the city of Denison without first obtaining the consent of the city council so to do. Art. 361. Whenever in the judg- ment of the city council the use of any public alley for said purposes is practicable, said poles or f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 23 July 1893

$uudag fcrtim rvdUBmo svkry SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S POWER PRINTING HOUSE BEVISED ORDINANCES. L I I street each the west or [Continued from Second Page ] ing Main street, the houses shall be numbered from Main •"way, odd numbers on left hand side of the *treets or ave- nues, and even numbers on the east or right-hand side of the streets or avenues, adding one hundred to the number at each street crossing and beginning again at "one." ; Akt. 417. It shall be the duty of the city secretary to give their proper „ numbers to parties requesting same. Art. 4 18. It hall be the duty of every owner of any house or houses to put the proper number on same in a conspicuous place, and any per- son failing or refusing to do so, after notification by the city " secretary, shall be deemed guilty of a misde- meanor and, on conviction, shall be fined n6t less than one dollar nor more than fifty dollars, and each day arry person shall allow said, house to remain unnumbered as provided herein, after ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 23 July 1893

i0£f. SOCIETY. -AND— The Society Editor ol the Gasetteei will thank the lidlct ot Denison for the announcements ol entertainment! given by them, or other aociety event* ot special interest. Address, "Society Editor." Gazetteer. We are prepared to do a general Fruit forwarding and Commission business. Having had over SEVEN VEARSOF EXPERIENCE in tfiis line we think we have the Best Markets Located. . * We get daily MARKET REPORTS BY WIRE from all the leading Markets, therefore do not ship to Markets that are glutted. A FULL LINE OF Fruit Box Material, Nails and Tacks. I1RL0AD JUST RECEIVED. WILL J. SCOTT, REAL ESTATE And Loan Broker. IK 1J3 Mats Stmt. D3WSCH. TBI A 3 Jlunto feftleet Suxday, July 33, 1S93. PERSONALS. Mr. George B. Goodwin, who.for near- ly tour y %r* has been the editor in charge and general manager of the Dcnitton Evening Herald, lett Tuesday evening tor Ihe north. He was accompanied by hU wife and after spending two or three weeks at Chicago attending the fair thev e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 30 July 1893

Commercial Printing OK ALL KINDS AT Mnray's Powir Printing House r VOLUME XII. | SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR , j DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1893. \ ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICS AT DKNISON, TEXAS, | AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE*. i NUMBER 14. THE RELIABLE NEW PROCESS GASOLINE STOVE Centennial Refrigerators, ■/ Ice-yCream Freezers, And Graniteware. HARDWARE. __ ^ Tin-Shop. POLLKRD&CREAGER 30S W. -JMLJLTJST ST. A Chinese laundryman wa mar- ried to.a white woman in Dallas on the 2iet inst. The trouble with President Cleve- i land seems to be that he lives too high. He is afflicted with gout and is threatened with apoplexy. The Gainesville Hesperian alludes ♦o a lady in that town a* Mrs. Wil- liam Conaut, nee Mrs. John Boland, nee Miss Ida Harrington Mrs. Conaut is certainly a remarkable wc an—born married, and named betbre she was born! Reports recently circulated con- cerning high prices for hay in the English market are calculated, ac- cording to Theodore P. Huffman & Co....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 30 July 1893

. ,• _ ■ . .... - - v.*V * *.** >"■ *%• **W ' ,, -.,.,,.i;-c-:.... Royal Baking Powder, made from absolutely pore Grape Cream of Tartar, Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, and delicious flavor noticed in the finest bread, cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which expert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent. 11 < I I s IT1VI FKKNCM. A. r. HMMRSOS. tENCH & HENDERSON, INSURANCE AGENTS. OPFICK in MAIN ST KIT. _1_. QOFFIN A ZINTGRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancers, Rial Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Oflca 1*6 Mala Street. G. MOSELEY, inky & COUNSKLOR-AT-law, Rooms 13 and 14 Munson Block, over the Pootoffice, JENISON, • . - TEXAS. FRIEDENTHAL, District Manager of ; MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO of New York. ice 310 Main St., up-stairs, next door to Standifer & Eppstein's law officfe. :KER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW M6 Mala Btreet. Pi ompt, efficient and action. DORER, Watchmaker and Jkwei.kr., • DEALER IN -watches, clocks an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 30 July 1893

$uudag torttm Penlton, Texa>, July 23,1893 Revised Ordinances of the City of Denison. AN ORDINANCE • To adapt and establish the Revised Ordinances of the City of Deni- Skction i. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Denison, That the following Titles, Chapters and Articles shall hereafter consti- tute the revised ordinances op the city op denison. title xvi. streets, alleys and sidewalks. chapter one. 7 engineer. Art. 315. There shall be elected annuallv by the city council, on the second Monday in May, as provided in city charter, a city engineer, who shall be a professional engineer, and familiar with the use of the com- pass, transit level and theodolite. He shall giye bond with two or more good and sufficient sureities, to be approved by the city council in such sum as the city council may, by res- olution, demand, conditioned that he will faithfully, correctly and ef- fectually discharge and perform the duties of bia office, and he shall receive such salary as t...

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