Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1878 Page: 2 of 4
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THURSDAY APRIL 25, 1S7S.
The Fourth Nationul Bank of
Marshall, Tenn., has announced its
readiness to resume specie payment.
So many newspaper squibs have
been fired off under the quiet eagle
which is trying to look comfortable
on the new silver dollar, that a
change is already contemplated at
Rhine wines, of all kinds, at Louis
It does not make any difference how
severe the case of bilious derangement is, I per acre
For Sale by II. K. Needham, Den-
20 acres of fine timber land, suitn-
gai'dening, or fruit farm—$8
The retirement of the prime min-
ister, Ahmed Vefyk Pasha, hom the
Turkish cabinet is now conceded on
all hands to have been in the interest
of Russia, as the deposed minister
was notoriously a friend of England.
This may mean a good deal and it
may not signify as' much as some
correspondents claim. It matters
very little which side of the fende
Turkey is on. Her territory is pret-
ty apt to be the battle-ground in case
of war, and at the close will be dis-
posed of in the interest of the vis-
Demagogues and political inoun
tebanks are indigenous to our insti-
tutions. They are fungi that grow
and flourish upon the diseased body
politic; and whenever the opposi-
tion to the Democratic party, under
whatever guise or name assued, be-
gins to decay from inherent rotten-
ness, these fungi abound. Possess-
ed of the instincts of the rodent
family, the demagogue has an intui-
tive perception of the approaching
dissolution of his party, and is the
first to desert its sinking fortunes and
form new combinations, and always
organized upon a basis of opposition
to the great party of the people—the
National Democracy. How often
and often have the people of this
country gone a whoring after these
false leaders, and been brought to
grief ? A long line of sepv.lchers
mark the periods of each successive
party or faction as it arose and fell
under the manipulations of these
false teachers. VVhited sepulchers
many of them were, beautiful indeed
■outwardly, but within full oi all un-
cleanness and putridity. Federal,
Whig, Native American, Aboli-
tion, Free Soil, Republican, are the
names written upon the tombstones
of seme of the parties and factions
that struggled for supremacy with
the the Democratic party and fell
beneath the weight of public con-
The Greenback Labor Reform,
a black and tan combination, is the
latest phase these enemies of the peo-
ple and foes to stable government has
assumed. Bu the experience of their
predecessors has brought them no
wisdom. They are following the
same line of tactics that they followed,
and will pass away into the same
grave of oblivion that they fill, and
that many other and kindred organ-
izations after them will also fill.
Who are these men and what are
they, that the people should entrust
them with the administration of the
state and Federal governments?
Simmons' Liver Regulator will cure it
speedily and effectually without salivation
or that prostration of the system ensuing
from the use of drastic purgatives.
As tnere are many spurious imitations
of this valuable medicine, lake care you
get the genuine, prepared only by J. II.
Zoilin & Co., Phil.
"We have been selling your medicine
for some time, and we find it better adapt-
ea to the cure of bilious attacks than any
other medicine we have ever used or sold.
JAS. M. BEASLEY & CO.
■ ■ «
An Astonishing Fact.
A laige portion of the American peo-
ple are to day dying from the effects of
dyspepsia or disordered liver. The result
of' these diseases upon the masses of in-
telligent and valuable people is most
alarming, making life actually a burden
instead of a pleasant existence of enjoy-
ment as it oughi to be. There is no good
reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower.
Yoar speedy relief is certain. Millions
of bottle of this medicine have been given
awav to try its virtues, with satisfactory
results in every case. You can buy a
sample bottle for 10 cents to try. Three
doses will relieve the worst case. Posi-
tively sold by all druggists on the West-
Womanly Elegance and Grace.
There are few among our fair readers
who would not gladly possess the rosy
complexion, the beautiful form, the cheer-
fulness and elasticity of spirits, that good
health always imparts. Parker's Ginger
Tonic will restore these feminine attrib-
utes to thousands whose shattered con-
stitutions are due to functional derange-
ment. It radically cures dyspepsia, gives
tone to the enfeebled organs, dissi-
pates headache. Neuralgia and nervous-
ness, relieves painful periods, and safely
establishes regularity of the female func-
tions. It soothes the nerves, imparts
ease and strength to mothers themselves
and through the milk to their nursing
babes, prevents the nausea and constipa-
tion peculiar to ladies in a delicate con-
dition, and greatly relieves the sufferings
of this period. It acts like a charm on
the digestive machinery, speedily count-
eracts the weakening effect on the bowels
of excessive heat, injudicious diet, or im-
pure water, and is warranted to cure the
worst forms of colic, cramps, diarrhoea,
dysentary, bloody flux, cho'era infantum
and even Asiatic cholera if taken in time.
Buy a $1.00 bottle of your druggist, W.
M. Hanna & Co., or a sample bottle for
15c. and test its extraordinary merits.
" 15-17-19-21-2,^ 2<.
Three So-acre, university land
claims, situated in the prairie 6 miles
southwest of Denison and 5 miles
northwest of Sherman—$278 each—■
$150 cash, balance in eight annual
So acres first class land one mile
east of Ed. Perry's residence—$15
404 acrcs between Needham's Oil
Springs and Georgetown—$4 per
acre—long time given on a part of
160 acres first class black sandy
prairie, near Parson Looney's farm,
on the Preston road—$7 per acre.
160 acres of land, 40 of which is
in a good state of cultivation, with
two box houses. Situated in the
prairie two miles north-west of Den-
ison, at a price too low to publish.
160 acres situated seven miles north-
west of Denison. One half of which is
fine black sandy prairie, suitable for cul-
tivation; the balance excellent timber and
grazing land Price, $2.50 per acre.
$244 cash, balance in 6 annual payments.
40 acres 5 miles east of Denison; 25
acres of which is in cultivation, with
good log house, 150 choice fruit trees,
plenty timber, and living water. $S,oo
80 acres of University land, fine black
sandy prairie, 2 miles northwest of Den-
ison, with small box houre. $750 per
30 acre? lying between the forks of
Shawnee creek, 2.J miles from Denison,
on the Preston road; all enclosed and
nearly all in cultivation; a good house
and well on premises ; $12 per acre.
Hffl DM BOMS STORE,
IN GUNN BLOCK.
Custom Mill and Commission.
COLLINS & CO.,
LADIES' I.1NEN SUITS,
LADIES' GRASS CLOTH SUITS
LACE AND SILK TIES,
ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
Flour, Corn Meal, Grain, Produce, Cotton Stock,
KID AND LISLE THREAD
AXD NAPKINS TO MATCH.
GENTS' BOOTS, SHOES,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS, ETC., ETC.
The entire stock new and fresh, and at
Special attention given to Purchasing and Forwarding for all points in the Interioi
1 and Territory.
-ptTT?TT7^7r CUSTOM MILLS,
Woodard Street, Denison, Texas,
Have in operation one of Straub'a Best Corn Mills, and are prepared to fill any
PRESH 3VE JB X-. 3
Bolted or unbolted, by the sack, barrel or car load, made from choice selected corn.
cnampion G-ircyuLixcS. Feed,
THE BEST THING OUT FOR STOCK.
Railroad Ticket Brokers.
QILMAN & CANNON,
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS,
Have the onlv Hominy and Grits Mill in North Texas. Corn ground or exchanged
for tlie Country Trade every da\. Try our brands of Bolted Meal:
"DIAMOND DUST" and GOLD DUST."
MILL AND COMMISSION HOUSE ON WOODARD STREET.
Boots and Shoes.
Special reduction in pictures for ten
days at Brown & Webb's.
Mr. T- T* Campbell, the proprietor of
this old and popular resort, keeps his bai
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
cigars to be had in the city. Remember
he place—next door to Mason's cigar
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece,
at Louis Lebrecht's.
Kellcy Island catawba at Louis Le-
^ENTRAL 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
DENISON, - -
FASHIONABLE ROOT AND SHOE MAKER.
gHEEDER & BEEBE,
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
A full assortment of all goods in our
line always on hand. Breech and muzzle
loading guns for rent. Repairing neatly
and promptly done. West Main street,
south side, Denison, Texas.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE.
Austin avenue, bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Texas.
St. Louis, Nov. 15,
We hereby give notice to the pub-
lic 111 general, that Messrs. Epp.stein
Bros., of Denison, are the only au-
thorized agents for our Bottled Beei
for the city of Denison we high-
ly recommend the above named firm
to the patronage of the public.
E. Anheuser & Co.'s Brewing
Association. 2-S tf
HOW TO TELL
What privileges do they propose con-
fering upon the people, that the Genuine Simmons Liver Regulator
Democratic party has not already se-
cured to them ? Can they lessen the
burdens of labor any better than the
party whose traditional policy has
been the protection of the laboring
classes against capital and mo-
Look for clean neat White Wrapper
with the red symbolic letter stamped upon
it in the form ofa 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 T. II.
nopolies? These are questions the | ZEiL1N & co>, in reJ ink on the gide.
people will thoroughly canvass in
their own mind, and act upon their
own convictions. How important
TAKE NO OTHER.,
Beware of those who know nothing of
Medical Compounds, who put out nos-
trums known to sour, and being analyzed
Having leased and refitted the paint
shop on Rusk avenue, in rear of First
National Bank, we are now prepared to
In all the various branches, on short no-
tice, and having secured the services of a
practical artist, we guarantee perfect sat-
isfaction in all cases or no charges.
Sign Writing, Graining, and Buggy
Painting are specialties. Terms reason-
able. DRED PARKS & CO.
N. B.—Mixed Paints furnished on short
notice. 2 27 tf.
J. J. COLLINS,
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Provisions and Choicest Liquors.
Sole Agent for Denison for
Budweiser Lager Beer,
Brewed from the best Saarer Hops,
Put up in cases containing two dozen
quarts or four dozen pints. 2-12-3111*
that they choose wisely and Well, prove worthless and only made to lleece
L..J i the public, and to pirate on the well earned
On the one hand they have apaity repi[tlUjon of Zeilin & Co..g meilicine.
These frauds have no reputation to sus-
tain, and will cheat you for a few pennies
every way they can.
See WhoEndor303 tho Gonninno.
Hon. Alex. II. Stephens.
Rt. Rev. J. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Gen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. S. Senalor.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Pierce.
lion. John Gill shorter.
J. lidgar Thompson.
Hon. B. II. Hill.
Hon. T- C. Breckinridge.
Prof. David Will, D. D.
Chiet Justice Hiram Warner of Gn.
Lewis Wunder, Asst. P. M., 1'liila., Pa.
And thousand, of others from whom we
have letters of commendation and recom-
It is eminently a Family Medicinc; and
by being kept ready for immediate resort
will save many an hour of suffering and
many a dollar in time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
thoroughly tested in the crucible of
experience, and upon every emergen-
cy has been found true as steel to the
people and the best interest of the
government. On the other hand is
a party of magnificent promises on-
ly. On the one side is the grand old
historic party of the people—the par-
ty whose hand has planted every star
in the glittering constellation of the
Union, and around whose imperish-
able name is entwined all the bright
and enduring memories that cluster
about the history of our country.
On the other, a faction of malcon-
tents, renegades and deserters from
all the factions and isms that have
disturbed the peace of the country.
With these facts before the peo-
ple can there beany doubt how they
(Successor to John Nevins & Co.,)
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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
Cui tains. Flower Pots,
L. NOTIIAF Si CO.,
212 Main street,
;mcl use the Genuine Elm
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
TEACHER OF GERMAN.
Lessons given at the residences o p 1
pils. For further information appiy at
the residence of M. A. Daugherty, or a
the Daily News office.
GET YOUR MEAT
■ l\ / MARKET.
1 •.•ruriHil ifooti ton**!>i"Ht _
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1.1. j&4in«rc.1 variolic, f-r OU'-J SJ«
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i-iMH. I- 4iihr.ii> vurli'lis . fir !!.!•
15 f uirct nil R.wxr.ac !..:)■ f r ?I.M St..
|5i '.'Ir.iliMyj,. :i Vilbi. I"L- - «; ■ ' r".'
it C-u'liuti mu. ' l -ti l-;l* - fl ■.
0 H:\rilv ■ $1.00 tV
A hu.-Klr';'! other thlnco cl-or.p. jfc
I: . "5 At SOFK. tm 1. lL-
!•!>' A'-"5.r n i;rm«.i3o Stock of Fruit
i,~li ft Cri'>:ihftoiW.*sl 1 .'CCS, I' u: •_
bhrubc.Otc. " '• i-i-.'S
S. i./f I |W!M ll..' Irn. !? 1 i. i
yo:ir, |3Cre<irl'.o«,.'. >t!. <Sv'0 " r os-.,;, i
! PIANOS & 0RGAlTSA1i'nAici"uv
Ort'iii a(-4ii<'tiiin to vIuno uut stock
<>('HOO N.'W iiixl Srcond-liaiiil JiistrumciitH
of'llvn llrsi.cluxs lnuK«r , fully nni'rrntf(I
r.nil at piMuslhiit l>KKY C'OIHPKflTMN
I f ir thi* class of liiKtruniouts. AOISNT.S
I W ANTICI> fur WATIOItS SVI'KKIOK I1KI.L,
OUOAN.s iii l I'l lNOS. IliiiMtrattcI C'litu-
1>K"<''- ntHll<*il. IIOKACK WATKHS &
MINK, MHiiufHOlnrara unil I>«dler , 40 Kiiwt
14t.li .'>(., lS«w York. Also <i«iinr l Anciiin
for SI! K()NTN(ji:ltS Cslflbrnteil PltKMllIM
A full supply of
J10US£ FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full stock of
Mctalic and Hosts wood Collins.
Sold by all rcspcc able druggists.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
and Austin avenue. 3-1.
Pawobroker and Jeweler.
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 2^3 Main street,
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Each number contain! thirty-two patfes
cf reading, many fine wood cut illustra-
tions, and one colored plate. A beauti-
ful garden magazine, printed on elegant
paper, and full ot information. In Eng-
lish and German. Price $1.25 a year;
five copies, $5.00.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden,
50 cents in paper covers 5 in elegant cloth
Vick's Catalogue, 300 illustrations,
only 2 cents. Address,
JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
Dyeing and Scouring.
DYEING AND GCOURING,
Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Ulilig,
EVOLVER FREE. Seven shot
Revolver with box cartridges. Ad-
dress J. Uown & Soil, 136 iC 13S vV'ood St .
Pittsburgh, Pa. mara 4W
For a Case of Catarrh
4ft ^ifVl'11^ Saiit'ox'd'a Radical
vJp Curo for Catarrh will not
instantly reliew and speedily
cure. References: Henry
Wells, Esq, Wells, Fargo ,V
Co, Aurora, N Y ; Win Bow-
en, Mcllatton, Grant if H<liv-
en, St Louis. 'I'estunonials
ami treatise by mail. Price,
with improved inhaler, $1.
everywhere. WEEKS &
POT TER. Proprietors, Hos-
ton, Mass. 2-1-4 w-
PI \ MOQ'^cln'' P''ce $900only$.'65,
f Irtl'IVfOParlor Oigans, price $37.5<
only $105. Paper free. 1). F. Beiitty.
Washington, N J. 2-1 4W
lent and Worthless imitations of 1'en-ion'r,
Capcine Porous Plaster >11 the market.
Some of them contain dnngrrous mineral
poisons. Each genuine Benson's Crpeine
Plaster has the word Capcine cut through
it. Take no other.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster "vas
invented to oveicome the slow action of
the ordinary porous planter, and to af-
ford quick relief from puin. Price, 25c 4W
r\DPA WO Hightist Honors at A
UilUnnO iVarldx Exhibitions.
LATEtiT CATALOGUES and CIRCU
I ARS, with now atylen, roduood
rritJCS and much information, sont
froo. MASON St HAMLIN ORGAN
CO., Boston, New York or Chicago. 4\v
Manufacturer and Dealer in
219 Main street.
HAVANA, KEY WEST,
Tobacco and Smokers' Supplies,
DENISON, - • TEXAS.
-- LAURIE & McCLATCHEY'S
K " DOMESTIC MEDIC1NB. V
KiglitU Kdillon; 1044 l>p.;
Inrfo g?o.f lmir Morocro ; price bokriokb k Tar*l, N«w
York, i'liiln. ami Now Orleaua.
Tlili (fi tho mont. rnmplato and comprchenilTe work on tha
RuWJf*ct In the KiikIInIi Uiiu'iiaKe. It glvua a ronclM duacrlptlun
«if ill«onn.* niul ttmlr liouxvoptibto trcatniont. Of tlia oiifflnul
work of Dr. I.autia at.tmo ooploa nre In olreiilnllon lu Kncland.
Dr. .Vi-rifitnlii-y tlio IndtRnnmni American Keniedlee and
tlniK brought It up to rifttr. Of thla Improved Amurlcan edition
tho tchiimi linn ,1'int hern taaued within alx year*, which fact
apeak* volume* in Ita lavnr. A complete aot « f 104Remedl«B,
In viula hohihiK' fiver fiO doeei each, la furnlehadfor $11, or In
vlnl* IioMIiik over loo doaoe for $18. Book and box complote
for $17 a in! $'23. tupeollvnf«
Mend atniiip for deacriptlvo currant of thla and other hooka
ami «Mr«, fncludltiK n Hat for VrraaiNAnv uae, from
npwanl*. Arldroaa, Dourickk k 1 Arr.i., HoMncorATmo fiua-
m ai v. MS Urantl St., N. Y. (MaOlitHed in 1 *36.)
Branch In Nnw om.kanh Juat opened at 180 (?anat. Bt.. Whero
riiyilclana, IMantatlotia and Family auppllea of thulr Mudlelnaa^
Branch In Nnw Om.RANM Jttat opened at 180 (?anat. Bt.. wher®
'hyalclanx, IMantatlotia and Family auppllea of thalr Mudlctuea
with Hooka and Caaea, can l * ohtalncil at Nitw Yoita PKiona.
flotrtrk* ,fr Tnftl rcreirttI TltK ONLY Centennial Prim I
•INIftlMl at the Philadelphia K*i*> (tion/or Uvmnopathtc Mrilictnit.
nmio* M'llKIKK YOU SAW THia ADT1UT18BMKNT.
OU* OATALOOUK I
of 100 pagea. primal on UnU
paper, eontalnlnf TWO Bla-
* *" * rod Pit
with a treat number
«lca< rI ptl^^^^iltlynilon I
of Plaiita, Flower and Vatttablo
Beeda, Rulba, Treea, Hhruha,
ete., will be mailed Ibr10 eanta.
which we will deduct from Ural
order. Mailed free to our retu.
tor cuatomera. Dealera" Prica.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1878, newspaper, April 25, 1878; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326903/m1/2/: accessed June 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.