Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 7, 1878 Page: 4 of 8

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Druggist*.
Tailor.
I
..APRIL*, tS78.
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Gttiuesvillc U to have * nvw couit
h«jnt e. Coat, $2j£CKh
jigj-i'. j i-1
A new paper has been started al
Waco, called the Evening Star.
The returns of last week show
53,000 sick Russians In Europe alone.
Who's the 'Sick man" now?
The District Court costs Grayson i
county $500 a week, Hurry mat-
ters up ix little, Judge, If you please! !
Miss Ida May, James Gordon
Bennett's former fiancee, has sailed
lot Europe, and the gossips are busy
again.
Ex-Governor J. Madison Wells
called on Ilayes Friday last. Whose
place in the cabinet is he to get,
Schurz or Key's?
Hayes and Tilden both seem to be
becoming unpopular—one because
lie got the Presidency, the other be-
cause he didn't.
The Russians don't at all like the
pr-English sentiments ofthe French
press, and have complaincd to the
French government. ,
The Kentucky Legislature has ap-
propriated $10,000 for the purpose
of erecting a monument to the mem-
ory of John C. Breckinridge,
We would rather dwell in the
tents of wickedness than to be door-
keeper of a Democratic House of
Representatives.
Fitzhugh & Polk.
After carefully reading the latest
war news from Europe our candid
opinion is that we don't know wheth-
er England and Russia will fight or
not.
Thomas Chitty, author of certain
law books, died recently in England,
aged 77 years. He leaves a son em-
inent in the legal profession, and a
grandson recently admitted to the
bar.
A Rome dispatch says it is stated
England will raise no objections to
the establishment of relations with
the Vatican, but reserves'the right
to indicate the basis thereof. The
Vatican has instructed German bish-
ops to do nothing to prejudice nego-
tiations for re-establishing relations
between Berlin and the Vatican.
Crockett has a sensation. John
Howard, of the banking firm of G.
W. Roberts & Co., has absconded,
taking with him the ready cash of a
good many citizens, among others,
the postmaster, who left $i,Soo in
the bank safe for keeping. The un-
fortunate postmaster is under arrest,
and his securities have selected T. T.
Hall to run the office temporarily.
Ireland to the Front.
History records no more remarka-
ble fact than the tenacity with which
the Iiish people have clung, through
all the vicisitudes of their unhappy
career, to the hope of achieving na-
tional independence. During the
centuries from the conquest of Long
Bow to the present, there has never
been a day when the domination of
England was recognized and acqui-
esced in as final. The submission of
Ireland, such as it was, has been un-
der a stern protest, repeated, with
added emphasis, by each succeeding
generation. Other nations have
shown equal, perliBps greater, hero-
ism in defence of their liberties, but
none can compare with Ireland in
the moral endurance by which senti-
ments of independence have been
kept alive so long after all means of
physical resistance had been utterly
exhausted. The Green Isle is as far,
indeed farther, from submission than
ic was five hundred years ago. Re-
sistance to British rule is beginning
to assume a more tangible 6hape,
and the indications are that at no
very distant period, the ability of
England to keep the chains upon the
victim of her remorseless tyranny,
will be put to a severe test. Wherc-
ever an Irish heart beats England
has a foe, and in all parts of Chris-
tendom brave Irish hearts are draw-
ing close together in united effort to
free the grand old island. The in-
auguration of war between England
and Russia will, in all probability,
be the signal for beginning this holy
crusade of freedom.
BFBCIAL LOCALS.
A Bemarkable Result.
ff roafce* no difference how many Phy-
sic fans, or how much medicine vou have I
med, It Is now an established fact that ■
German Syrup is the Only rettledy which
has given complete satisfaction in severe
catvs of lung diseases. It is true there
are yet thousands of persons who are
predisposed to thront and lung affections,
consumption, llemmnrrhages, asthma,
severe colds settled on the breast, pneu-
monia, whooping cough, etc., who have
ho personal knowledge of lioschee's Ger-
mnn Syrup. To such we would say that
50,000 doren were sold lar.t year without
one comprint. Consumptives try Just
one bottle. Regular Le 7; cents Sold .
by all druggists in America.
M. HAM TV A.
Wholesale and retail
Custom Mill and Commission.
A. R. COLLINS & CO.,
DRUG DIRT I GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
A Pardonable Pride
Prompts most people to delay, by any
laudable means that science affords, the
evidences of physical decay. Who that
is in perfect health would not match that
bright eve, the active mind, and other ap-
pearances of youthlul vigor, with the
luxuriance, the rich color and beauty of
youthful hair? Parker's Hair Balsam
stands pre-eminent as an elegant hair
dressing, and bv its healthful action on
the roots not only promotes a luxuriant
growth of the young hair, but unfailingly
restores gray or faded hair to the original
youthful color, giving a soft, rich and
lustrous appearance of great beauty. No
othei preparation so effectually removes
dandruff or stops falling ot the hair; its
cooling and healing action entirely curing
itching and humors of the scalp, and keep-
ing the skin clean, white and healthy. It
is perfectly harmless, exquisitely per-
fumed, and contains nothing that will
soil the skin or gum the hair It is not
a dye, and isunequaled forexcellence and
purity. Buy a bottte from your.druggist,
W, M. Ilanna & Co., and test its merits.
14-16-18-20-22-24-26
Gents, Look at This.
Call for th« "Don Martino" cigar
—two for twenty-five cents. The
finest ever sold in Denison, For
sale only at Brown's Bazaar and at
Brown & Webb's.
Oats! Oats! Oats!
250 bushels of choice red oats
just received, and offered for sale in
the Cook building, one door east of
Collin's Custom Mills, on Woodard
street. 3-2i-tf.
Medical.
HOW TO TELL
Genuine Simmons Liver Regulator
or Medicine.
Look for clean neat White Wrapper
with the red symbolic letter stamped upon
it in the form of a ribbon gracefully curved
into the letter Z embracing the emblems
of our trade, Spatula, Mortar and Gradu-
ate, with the words A. SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR or MEDICINE
thereon, also observe the signature J. H.
ZEILIN & CO., in red ink on the side.
TAKE NO OTHER.
Beware of those who know nothing of
Medical Compounds, who put out nos-
trums known to sour, and being analyzed
prove worthless and only made to fleece
the public, and to pirate on the well earned
reputation of Zeilin & Co.'s medicine.
These frauds have no reputation to sus-
tain, and will cheat you for a few pennies
every way they can.
See Who Endorses the Genuinne.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens.
Rt. Rev. J. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Gen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. S. Senator.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Pierce.
Hon. John Gill Shorter.
J. iidgar Thompson.
Hon. B. H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge.
Prof. David Will, D. D.
Chiet Justice Hiram Warner of Ga.
Lewis Wunder, Asst. P. M.,Phila., Pa.
And thousand, of others from whom we
have letters of commendation and recom-
mendation.
It is eminently a Family Medicine; and
by being kept ready for immediate resort
will save many an hour of suffering and
many a doilar in time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Philadelphia,
Sold by all respec able druggists.
feb 7
—AT—
M. SINGER'S
NEW BRY GOODS STORE,
IN GUNN BLOCK.
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
LADIES' GROSS CLOTH SUITS
BLEACHED MUSLINS—CAMBRICS.
FINE EMBROIDERIES.
LACE AND SILK TIES,
BIBS, COLLARETTES,
ROACHING—
ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
«
KID AND LISLE THREAD
GLOVES, GANTLETS,
TABLE LINEN—
and napkins to match.
GENTS* BOOTS, SHOES,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS, ETC., ETC.
The entire stock new and fresh, and at
REDUCED FIGUKES.
46.
* TEA*. Agents wintort. Hnm-
1111net*lefrittnuito. rartlcu11 rj
It will pay you to examine our
FINE OASSIMERE
—AND—
WORSTED COATINGS
FOR SPRING WEAR.
THE FINEST GOODS
—AND—
Lowest Prices.
JOHN H. LLOYD,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
3-6.
duo u k uu OOO OliU ii "us'
No. 113 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
The best selected stock of
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In the City.
We make a specially of
PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES
For Medicinal Purposes.
-IN-
Flour, Corn Meal, Grain, Produce, Cotton Stock,
-AND-
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
Special attention given to Purchasing and Forwarding for all points in the Interioi
and Territory.
^EO. W. WILLIAMS,
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Wholesale and retail
ZDIRTTQ-Q-IST,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
J M. HILL,
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Main street,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly
on hand. 10-14 tf
Grooeries.
B
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—at—
HENRY MERRITT,
No. 121 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Furniture Dealer.
F. LEDRICK,
(Successor to John Nevins & Co.,)
. i , . dealer in
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GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE,
Window Glass, Wall Paper, Carpet Pa-
per. -Baby Carriages, Bird Cages,
Carpets, Matting, Mouldings,
Picture Flames, Lamps and
Lamp Fixtures, Window
Curtains. Flower Pots,
Etc., Etc.
A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full stock of
3Ietalic and Rosewood Collins.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
and Austin avenue. 3-1.
^ORNER GROCERY,
W. H. PIER, Prop'r,
Main street and Austin avenue.
DENISON,
TEXAS.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
10-4 tf
'■jpHE ALAMO GROCERY,
T. A. SALE, Proprietor.
Dealei in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh vegetables always on hand.
No. 105 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Banks.
pjMRST NATIONAL BANK,
DENISON, TEXAS.
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
Railroad Ticket Brokers.
^"MLMAN & CANNON,
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS,
Alamo Hotel,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Boots and Shoes.
jyj-AXWELL & THOMPSON,
fashionable
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS,
Opposite News office,
DENISON - - TEXAS.
NEW CUSTOM MILLS,
Woodard Street, Denison, Texas,
Have in operation one of Straub's Best Corn Mills, and are prepared to fill any
orders for
FEES IE-! HUE IE A
Bolted or unbolted, by the sack, barrel or car load, made from choice selected corn.
cnamplon Ground Feed,
THE BEST THING OUT FOR STOCK.
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Have the only Hominy and Grits Mill in North Texas. Corn ground or exchanged
for the Country Trade every da). Try our brands of Bolted Meal:
"DIAMOND DUST" and GOLD DUST."
MILL AND COMMISSION HOUSE ON WOODARD STREET.
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Boots and Shoes.
A.. U IILI G ,
FASHIONARLE ROOT AND SHOE MAKER.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE.
Austin avenue, bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Texas.
Meat Market.
j. c^ttiinrpsr,
Repairing done promptly and in the
best manner.
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Insurance Agent.
Does a legitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO
SOLD
On principal cities ot the United States.
OFFICERS •
john scullin, ed. perry, w. h. sanford
President. Vice-Prest. Cashier.
directors:
John Scullin, D. W. C. Davis,
Edward Perry,
J. P. Rockwell,
Sam'l Star,
E. H. Lingo,
A. H. Coffin,
W. H. Sanford,
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DENISON,
capital,
TEXAS.
- $200,000.
OFFICERS:
j. k. slater, john nevins, w. j hughes
Pres. *Vice Pres. Carh.
DIRECTORS.
james porter, john nevins,
j. h. slater, samuel kanna,
w. J. hughes.
Does a general banking; business.
Gold. Silver, and Exchange bought
and sold.
Interests allowed on Time Deposits.
Drafts drawn on all the principal cities
of Europe. Oct. 6-tf.
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$n/f tirriml in point condition, j
J2 12 ililTcrwtit varic ius. IW • fl.00 J
20 vcriJcirAc. fi diffyfCHt varivlic#, f.'r $1.00 I
16 Basket tc UtMiliiitf Huiitu. ir Nor(««ri>r fl.AO 1
10 fl*rniiiuttu. W varietur, fur
|2 Tuber«nes, all ll«w'«rliiR r* r 81.09 I
12 CllriUioltjB, nil U^vcriiif; I'vr • fl.no I
0 OnriiatioiM, < np1«i!«litl sortn. frr - al.oo f
0 Hardy Fl-Mvcrihtf rtlifnltu, tf m rU. for $1.00 ]
A huncJroc! other thlncc clionp. ]
An SO-pajo must rated t'atalojti® frM toall tpplieftQU.
Also, nn Immense StocU of Fruit J
. Trees- Ever
_ OrnnmontaJ Trees. Eyerrreons
ihrubi. etc.II *p-••
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Meat Markets.
£ENTRAI, MEAT MARKET,
Next door to Mayor's office,
DENNEY & HYBARGER, Props.
Sausage Meat, Sausage, Head Cheese,
Blood and Liver Worst, and
FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS,
And of the best quality, kept constantly
on hand. 10 28 tf
Dentistry.
jQENTAL ROOMS.
SOWLES & RHEA,
Over Postoffice
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All work in mechanical and operative
dentistry skillful'y performed on liberal
terms. 11 1 dw
$1200
flalaky. TVrmnn m
WRDlfl'l toa*ll Staple Uoodf Mucai*
*r«. KopMdllnit. Rnn'nMiijitM.
a<mr«ni. f. a. «1rakt * co., «, '
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To Music Teachers.
A new, natural and eaty system, fat
superior to any ever before published.
Pamphlet containing this system mailed
free.
miller's bible and publishing house
1102 and 1104 Sansom St, Phils-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Revolver pree. seven shot
Revolver witli box cartridges. Ad-
dress J. Bown bi Son, 136 & 13s Wood St.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. marj 4W
For a Caao of Catarrh
That Sanl'orcl's Radical
Cure lor Catarrh will not
instantly relieve and spoedilv
cure. References: HenrV
Wells, E>-q, Wells, Fargo K
Co, Aurora, N Y; Win Bow-
en, mcllatton, Grant ly Bow-
en, St Louis. Testimonials
and treatise by mail. Price,
with improved inhaler, $1.
Sold everywhere. WEEKS &
POTTER. Proprietors, Bos-
ton, Mass. 3.1.4 w.
$50
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PIANOS&OE.GANS'VSSr''
Great Kfilin llun to cluhr out prrMMit Htm k
of 500 New and Seeoml-haiul luMruiiMtiilit.
of live flrst-nla** mullet*, fully warranted
mid at prions that DICI' Y COMPKTH'MN
for tltlo elHSH or ]imtrutni.|its. AUKNTS
wantkh for watkks SUI'KICIOIl KKLI.
OltGANM and l'lANOS. IliUHtrat«d CatH-
I«en«H Mailed. HOUAUIC WATKKS At
SONS, Manufacture™ and Dealer*, 40 Kant
14th St., Now York. Also Ooooral AucmH
for SHHONINUKltS Celebrated PKKMllIM
OKOANS, 4w
Tobacconist.
J E. MASON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
CIGARS;
219 Main street.
DENISON
3-7
texas.
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lendorf,
Dealer in
HAVANA, KEY V{EST,
—AMD-
domestic cigars,
Tobacco and Smoker*' Supplies,
Postoffice Building,
DENISON, - . TEXAS.
PI A Nn*SRetail price $9°°only$^65,
r InliWOParlor Oigans, price' $375,
only $105. Paper free. i). f. Boatty.
Washington, N J. 2-1 4W
TIIEkE ARE
FR AUDU-
lent and Worihless imitations of Benson's
Capcine Porous Plaster in the market.
Some of them contain dangerous mineral
poisons. Each genuine Benson's Capcine
Plaster has the word Capcine cut through
it. Take no other.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster was
invented to oveicome the slow action of
the ordinary porous plaster, and to af-
lord quick relief Irom pain. Price, 25c.4W
O R A N Q Honors at All
Unu/AllO Worhh Exhibitions.
LATENT CATALOGUES and ClltCf-
LARS, with new Btylos, reduced
prices and much information, gent
froe MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN
CO., Boston, New York or Chicago. 4W
Miscellaneous.
_ _ just opened. boericke & tafel's ^
nOMCEOPATHin
PHARMACY, 130 Canal Street, W
NEW ORLEAKS.
Bimch of their Mew You and Philadelphia Pharmacies.
(EitablUhed in tH.tB.)
AfUU stock of pura And reliable Romnopathls
MeillclnM, as well a* Family Medicine cS*e .
and Books In Bnirllsh, Qirman and French
constantly on hand at
3S3"Z3W YORK PRICES.
S nH lor emrlpiln rrle«« Curreel.
N. 1-Honit,. * Tafri. neelr.ri Tit* OtfT.T r.eu**lal
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