Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 269, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 12, 1878 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, Texas, Saturday, January 12, 1878.
rOHN R. CARli, Proprietor, Denison.
Pawnbroker and Jeweler.
. BROWN, No.
Denison, Texas. I
RN. BKOWN. No. 228 Main street,
DR. JAMES RHi' A, Pettigrcw's Build-
i nt;, Denison, Texas.
Boots and Shoes.
IG Austin Ave.,
and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex.
UHLIG Austin Ave., bet. Main
L. NOTIIAF & CO., aij Main
• street, Denison, TexaB.
OHN H. LLOYD,-next door toSheed-
er's gun Rhop. Denison, Texas.
M. HILL, 310 Main street,Denison,
SHEEDER & UEEBE, West Main st,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
EH HANNA, News Building, Main
1 st ieet.
Boots and Shoes.
Mil. hHKRUUKNE, manufacturer
and denier, Main street.
north of Main street.
^ENIhON NURSERY, one-half mile
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK,
IRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison,
LENDORF, Postoffice Building,
ORTH TEXAS COMPRESS CO.
near M. K. &T. R. R., Denison, Tex
EBSTICR & Z1NTGRAFF. Post-
office Building, Denison, Tex:i«.
ACK GALLAGHER S. Corner Bur-
net ave & VVoodard Sts., Deni on, Tx.
XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west
Main st. & north tturnet ave.
H. PIER, Corner Grocery. Main
St. iY Austin ave., Denison, Tex
MERR1TT, No i2t, Main Street
AIRMAN & CO., No. 127 Main street,
J COLLINS, next door to Nevint &
1 Co., Main street.
JP C. CLIFFORD No. 510 Main
> street, Denison,Texas.
'•1 buy all my clothing ot E. H. Hanna,
and this is the kind of a fit I get every
R COLLINS H CO. Mill & Com-
mission House on Woodard street.
IIOMAS HOFFMAN, Main street,
ENNEY & HYBARGKR. proprierors
Central, n< xt door to Mavot's office
OHN BROWN U CO., next door west
of Shaw's confectionary store,
f. QUINN, Accommodation Market,
COLLETT & CO., No. 125J north
) iq Main Street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Bailroad Ticket Brokers.
ILMAN & CANNON, ticket brokers,
Alamo Hotel. '
Hotels and Restaurants.
ATE CI 1Y RESTAURANT-W. II.
J Stafford, t lop., Main street.
1}AUL SERVANT1E, prop., Cosmo
politnn, 107 Main street.
CALIFORNIA, Mrs. M. Mnguir< , pro-
prietress, cor. Houston hv. and Main.
VALLEY HOUSE, I. Furber, proprie-
tor, south side Main street.
ANDELL & PECK, upper Main st.,
N. ROBERTSON, No. 227 Main
B. PERSON, n«rth side west Main
• street, near the postoffice.
ESSIE M. COOK, notary public, Gun
Block, up stairs.
This old and popular resort is supplied
BEST LIQUORS IN THE MARKET,
And all popular brai ds of Cigars.
READING ROOM ATTACHED,
lo t tf
J. B McDOUGALL, Frop'r.
OHN NEVlNb CO., corner Main
street and Houston avenue.
ONE & MUNhON, 215 Main street,
EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONs
In the city.
The choicest liquors and all the stand-
ard brands of imported and domestie ci-
gars always on hand.
Call and try the best five cent cigar in
227 Main street,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
9 * dtf
M H. HUGHES, Main street, op-
posite National Bank.
URAND'S SALOON, 119 Main
ANK EXCHANGE, J. B. McDougall,
prop., 227 Main street.
A. BRENNER, 216 Main street.
'RAND SOUTHERN, J. Ravnal &
J Co., prop«., cor Main st. Si Austin av
ALACE BEER HALi., Louis Libbie,
prop., Main street.
M. HANNA, No 228 Main street,
• Damson, Texas.
EO. W. WILLIAMS, Druggist, Main
LEX. W. ACIIESON, 225 West Main
CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
^RAN'D SOUTHERN SALOON,
J. RAYNAL & CO., Frop'rs.
Cor. Main st. and Austin av.
1 This is one of the oldest and most pop-
| ular saloons in the city, and still pre-
j serves iis popularity lor keeping pure
i wines and liquors, and the best cigars.
EPPSTEIN BROS., next door Star
T OUIS LEBRECHT, 123 Main street.
Can also be had on reasonable terms.
Books and Stationery.
jyj H. BROWN. No. 114 Main street,
AM'L STAR \ CO., corner Main
street and Austin avenue.
H. PORTP.R, No. 118 Main street,
• Denison, Texas.
jpALACE BEER HALL,
LOUIS LIBBIE, Frop'r.
CHOICE WHISKY, NO. 1 CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft.
South side of Main street,
EORGE PERKINS, east tide Rusk
ROF. M. L. WERNER. Office with
the Daily Nrw*.
An Excellent Medicine.
Springfifld, o . Feb. 28, >878.
This is to certily that I have used Vc^e-
Hue, manufactured by H. R. Stevens,
Boston, Mam., for rheumatism and gen-
eral prostration of the nervous system,
with good success. I recommend Vege-
tine as an excellent medicine for such com-
Yours verv truly.
C. W. VANDEGRIFT.
Mr. Vandegrift, of the firm of Vande-
grift & Huffman, is a well known business
man in this place, having one of the
largest stores in Springfield, O.
Our Minister's Wife.
Loui.svn.Lit. Ky., Feb. 16, 1877.
Mr H. R. Stuvkns.
Dear Sir-—Three years ago I was suf-
fering terribly with inflammatory rheuma-
tism. Our minister's wife advised me to
take Vegetine. After taking one bottle I
was entirely relieved. This jear, feeling
a return of the disease, I again commenced
taking it. and am being benefited great'y.
It also greatly improves my digestion.
Mrs. A BALLARD.
1011 West Jefferson street.
Safe and Sure.
Mr. // It. Stevens.
In 1872 your Vegetine was recommended
to me, and, yielding to the persuasions of
a friend, I consented to try it. At the
time I was suffering from general debility
and nervous prostration, superinduced by
overwork ai d irr gular habits. Its won-
derful strengthening and curative proper-
ties seemed to affect my debilitated system
liom the first dosej and under its per-
sistent use I rapidly recovered, gaining
more than usual health and good feeling.
Since then I have not hesitated to give
Vegetine my most unqualified indorse-
ment as being a safe, sure and powerful
agent in promoting health and restoring
the wasted system to new life and energy.
Vegetine is the only medicine I use, and
as long as I live I never expect to find a
Yours truly, W. II. CLARK.
120 Monterey street, Alleghany, Pa.
The following letter from Rev. G. W.
Mansfield, formerly pastor of the Metho-
dist Episcopal Church, Hyde Park, and
at present settled in Lowell, must con-
vince every one who reacts his letter of
the wonderful curative qualities ot Vege-
tine as a thorough cleanser and purifier
of tiie blood.
IIydk Park, Mass., Feb. 15. 1876.
Mr. H. R. Stevens.
Dear Sir.—About ten yea's ago my
health failed through the depleting effects
of dyspepsia; nearly a year later I was
attacked by typhoid fever in its worst
form. It settled in rny bach, and took the
form of a large deep-seated abscess, which
was fifteen months in gathering. I had
two surgical ope>ations by the bast skill
in the State, but received no permanent
cure. I suffered great pain ot times, and
was constantly weakened by a profuse
discharge. 1 also lost small pieces 01
bone at different times.
Matters ran on thus about seven years,
till May, 1874, when a friend recom-
mended me to go to your office, and talk
with you of the virtue of Vegetine. I did
so, and by your kindness passed through
vour manufactory, noting the ingredients,
&c., by which your remedy is produced.
By what 1 saw and heard I gained some
ccfHenee in Vegetine.
I commenced taking it soon after, but
felt worse from its effects; still I perse-
vered, and soon felt it was benefiting me
in other respects. Yet I did not see the
results I desired until I had taken it faith-
fully for a little more than a year, when
the difficulty in the back was cured; and
for nine months I have enjoyed the best
I have in that time gained twenty-five
pounds ot flesh being heavier than ever
before in my life, and I was never more
able to perform labor than now.
During the past few weeks I had a
scrofulous swelling as large as my fist
gather on another part of my body.
I took Vegetine faithf.illy, and it re-
moved it level with the sui face in a month.
I think I should have been cured of my
main trouble sooner if I had taken larger
doses, after having become accustomed to
Let your patients troubled with scrofula
or kidney diseases understand that it
takes time to cure chronic diseases; and.
if they will patiently take Vegetine, it
will, in my judgment, cure them.
With great obligations I am
Yours very truly.
G. W. MANSFIELD.
Pastorof the Methodist Episcopal Church.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Veg<>tino is Sold by all Druggists.
The Palacc Beer Hall ha* been recently
fitted up in a neat and attractive style and
FINE BILLIARD TABLES.
The Wine Room, which has recei tly
been fitted up, is nicely furnished.
fl> PiATRnwATcnnn. cv,,
floor is 1 h known world. Stunpit tlTlteA frttSt
Aildrm, A. CoL'LTxh a Co., CbWatf*
THE MEXICAN QUESTION.
Evidence of Shatter nud JJullis
Before Ike Committee.
Railroad Tickot Brokers.
MAN & CANNON,
The Fear of Complications with
Minister Foster Recalled.
gHEEDER & BEEBE,
^ GUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
A full assortment of all goods in our
line always on hand. Breech and muzstle
loading guns for rent. Repairing neatly
and promptly done. West Main street
south side, Denison, Texas.
Washington. Jan. 9.—Wlyle the
general tenor of the evidence of Col.
Shatter and Lieut. Bulli* devclopcs
no new facts, the impression is
strengthened that the Federal mili-
tary force, both on the part of the
Uniteri States and Mexico, must be
maintained on the Rio Grande bor-
der. Apprehensions of serious com-
plication between the two govern-
ments is dissipated.
Secretary McCreery said to-day
that if Cofikling's Mexican investi-
gation was designed as a pivoted
point of another demonstration
against the administration it would
not meet with much success, as the
attitude and acts of the administra-
tion on the subject had been thor-
oughly scanned without discovering
any grounds for objection. The
situation of affairs on the border was
never more satisfactory than now.
The policy ot the government would
result in tlie complete removal of all
cause of complaint.
Minister Foster has been recalled
for conference, and it is generally
understood he will not return, but be
transferred to a European mission,
which he prefers.
Death of the King of Italy—Last Moments
of Emanuel's Life--Prince Humbert Pro-
ambition will be to deserve the love
of my people. Italians, your first '
king is dead—his successor will ]
prove to you that institutions do not
die. Let us unite in this hour of
sorrow. Let us strengthen that con- j
cord which has always been salva- |
tion to Italy.
Rangers Unable to Capture a
Speciai to Galveston News.
Atstin, Jan. 9. 1878.—Lieut. Ar-
lington, of the Frontier Battalion,
with a detachment of eight men, le-
turned from Wortham Depot, on the
Central, and reports the capture of
Rushin a failure. Rushin, with a
pat ty from Pisgah, in Navarro coun-
ty, took Wortham by storm not long
ago, and killed two of the town
marshals. The people in a large
settlement about Pisgah are relatives
and friends of Rushin, and harbor
and protect him. A mortal enmity
exists between him and the people of
These facts the Lieutenant gives,
and says the civil authorities can
not take Rushin, and that there is
ereat danger 'of a bloody and dis-
graceful feud. He says atone house
they surrounded he found six men,
with ten or a dozen improved Win-
chesters. They have bought all the
guns they could find at Corsicana,
and tried to buy arms from the ran-
On his return he captured one
Cook, who deserted from the ran-
gers at Hearne.
FOR TWO NIGHTS.
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 14, 15.
The Elite Attraction!
Return of the Favorites !
Success everywhere I Crowded houses
attesting public appreciation. Posi-
tively last appearance of the
STODDARD COMEDY COMPANY,
With the Cnarmipg Actress
Monday evening the latest N. Y. Wal-
laclt Theatre success,
And a roaring farce.
Tuesday evening the dramatic event, the
Louise Dillon as the pretty Lancashire
Secure your seats now. For sale at the
Postoffice Book Store.
JOHN H. LLOYD,
RAlfkROAD TICKET BROKERS,
r#J!SON, • • TEXAS.
Rome, Jan. 9.—The King of Italy
died at 2 :30 o'clock this afternoon.
Rome, Jan. 9.—King Victor
Emanuel received the consolations of
religion before his death. In the af-
ternoon sacraments were administer-
ed to King Victor Emanuel, who re-
ceived the priest with great serenity.
The King then summoned Prince
Humbert, the heir apparent, and his
wife, the Princess Marguerita, to his
bedside, with whom he conversed
a few moments. Afterwards the
malairy eruption increased. The
King then summoned ail who were j
in the habit of approaching him. He j
a.ldressed lo every one present a few j
words, and a few moments after died. 1
The news of his death soon spread
through the city and caused great
emotion among all the people. All
the shops were closed.
Prince Humbert was proclaimed
King of Italv. He confirmed the
present ministers in their posts.
scenes at the death hed.
It is stated that Victor Emanuel
confessed to Monsigneur F. Mari- I
nelli, sacristan ot the apostolic pal- j
ace, who was sent to him by the j
Pope. He was also visited by Mon- !
signeur Canni, the Pope's domestic j
prelate. The Austrian ambassador '
was present, with Prince Humbert,
the Princess Marguerita arid state |
dignitaries, when the King received |
the communion of extreme unction |
from his chaplain, Anzino. Towards i
2 130 p m. the oppression tinder which I
the King labored increased, and he
was caused to inhale oxygen, which
seemed to give him strength. He
saluted those present, bending his
head twice, then sighed deeply and
Diplomatists being informed of
the death of the king, and of Prince
Humbert's accession, proceeded to
the Qtiinnal immediately to condole.
Newspapers anneared in mourning,
and reminded tneir readers that Vic-
tor Emanuel's life was dedicated to
the greatness and happiness of Italy.
proclamation by king humbert I.
Rome, Jan. 9 —King Humbert I
has issued the following proclama-
Italians: The greatest misfor-
tune has suddenly befallen us. Vic-
tor Imanuel, the founder of the
kingdom ot Italy and its unity, has
been taken from us. I received his
last sigh, which was for the nation,
his last wishes, which were for the
happiness of his people. His voice,
which will always resound in mv
heart, bids me vanquish sonow and
indicates my duty. At this moment
there is only one consolation possi-
ble, namely: to show ourselves
worthy of him—I by following in
his footsteps, and you by remaining
devoted to those civic virtues, by aid
ot which lie accomplished the diffi-
cult task of rendering Italy great ana
united. I shall be veiy much in
need of his grand example of devo-
tion to country, love of progress and
faith in liberal institutions, which
arc the pride of toy house. M\ sole
Wine Interests of North Texas.
From thi Sherman Register.
The wine-growing interest is, we
think, destined to be one of the great
leading industries of North Texas.
If there is any natural home of the
vine, it is Texas. No one who goes
into our forests, and the adjoining
forests of the Indian Territory, and
sees the wonderful profusion of
"Mustang" and "Post Oak" grapes
can doubt the fact. The "old Tex-
an" has never taken the trouble to
test the matter, his attention having
been solely engrossed by the "cow
business." The influx of people from
the North is of so recent a date they
have not had time to experiment.
But enough positive proof of the
adaptability of our climate for grape
culture is furnished by the experi-
ments of a few German citizens.
Messrs. Ficlur & Widinan have on
hand over twenty barrels of Post Oak
and Mustang wine, which we think
is equal to any we ever saw. These
men being Germans and used to the
famous Rhine wine (and what Ger
mail does not think Rhine wine the
best in the world?) assure us that
these native wines, the Post Oak es-
pecially, are superior to the lamed
Rhine wine. They possess a body
that is superior to the latter and less
acidity. While devoid of the sweet-
ness of the California wines, they
have just enough strength and are
more palatable. The wonderful
adaptability ot cur state to the various
kinds of industries is well known,
but we think there is nothing that
will prove a more remunerative busi-
ness in the future than the cultivation
of the grape and the manufacture ot
wines. We venture the prediction
that in less than ten years "Post Oak"
and "Mustang" wines will be popu-
lar and sought alter by all wine con-
noisseurs in the United States.
And dealer in
Cloths, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Next door to Sheeder's Gun Shop,
DENISON - - TEXAS.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
We do not buy by sample on credit, but
pay cash for goods.
I give my personal attention to Cutting
and Fitting Garments.
We do not pay a large rent.
I can tell the diffeience between woolen
| and cotton goods.
We have the best and largest stock of
1 i;oods to select from in Denison.
j The above is the reason we sell goods
! cheaper and more of them than an y other
| house in Denison. 13-5
J M. HILL,
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Main street,
DENISON. - - - TEXAS.
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitinas constantly
on hand. 10-14 tf
A ho rible mutiny is reported as I
having taken place at Sandy Point, j LEnd0RF,
Straits of Magellan. The revolt j
commenced with a company of sol-
diers, numbering about one hundred,
who killed and mutilated their cap-
tain in a most horrid manner. The
governor and his family barely es-
caped with their lives by taking to the
woods. The mutineers released the
convicts, and altogether they num-
bered about two hundred. Public
funds and private property were car-
ried off and most of the town burned.
The mob got to fighting among
themselves and fully fifty persons
were killed. The hospital was burn-
ed and five of the inmates.
HAVANA, KEY WEST,
Tobacco and Smokers' Supplies,
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
The whole system of some theolo-
gians is a scheme of selfishness and
injustice. An infinite reward for a
finite merit, and for a finite offense
an infinite punishment.— foseph
Rev. Mr. Furrar is evidently of
precisely the siime opinion. To a
finite being the "plan" does look a
little out of balance.
HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE PAINTER.
Graining, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging.
Also, dealer in
Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Mixed Paints,
and Paint Brushes.
Full line of Painters' Materials on Hand.
Paints of all colors mixed to order.
Shop opposite Green's Livery Stable,
No. 510 Main street,
DENISON, . • TEX*"
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