Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 21, 1878 Page: 2 of 4
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WEDNESDAY AUGUST it, 187S
Tho Question of Nomin ationu.
THE MILD POWER
We think the Democratic county
executive committee made a serious
mistake in postponing action, regard-
ing making nominations, until Octo-
cr. The people, as well as aspirants,
should know whether a regular tick-
et is to be put injhe field or not. It
was once decided that there would
be 110 nominations, which was an in-
vitation for all who wished to an-
nounce themselves as candidates in a
free race to do so. Many, no doubt,
are now candidates who would have
kept out of the race, had they sup-
posed nominations would be made.
The way the matter now stands the
question of nominations must remain
an uncertainty six or seven weeks,
and it is not reasonable to suppose
that those who make a vigorous can-
vass between now and October 7th,
will be willing to withdraw in fuyor
of the nominees of a convention.
We are satisfied a nomination that
late in the campaign will produce
general dissatisfaction, and very
probably, seriously weaken the regu-
lar ticket. When the convention
was called in July, we knew that the
Democrats of Denison generally fa-
vored nominations, but the propo*
sition was defeated by a large ma-
jority ; now a large number of the
best men of the party here are op-
posed to nominations, and especially
so la te as October.
Been in general use for twenty years.
Everywhere proved the most safe, simple,
economical and efficient medicine*
known. They are just what the people
want, saving time, money, sickness and
suffering. Every single specific the well
tried prescription ofan eminent physician.
For sale by druggists generally.
Humphreys' Specific Manual on tho
treatment of disease and its cure, sent
free on application to Humphreys' Hom-
oeopathic Medicine Co., 109 Fulton St.,
Smith & Campbell, Agents, Denison,
For upwards ot thirty years Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup has been used for
children. It corrects acidity of the stom-
ach, relieves wind colic, regulates the
bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea,
whether arising from teething or other
causes. An old and well tried remedy.
25 cents a bottle.
Brown's customers will be pleased to
hear that he has just received a large
fresh stock of the celebrated Vanguard
cigars; also, the Don Martinoes, and the
Leading Half Dime cigars. The Van-
guard and Leading Half Dime cigars are
the best cigars sold in Denison for five
cents. The Don Martinoes are a pure Ha-
vana cigar of the best make and retails
for fifteen cents. They are sold only at
Brown's Bazaar, and Brown & Webb's
book store. Do not tail to try them.
Get the best. 7-tf
Mrs. Rhea can accommodase five or
six gentlemen with first class board at
her cottage grove, on Gandy street be-
tween "Houston and Austin avenues. She
also has several furnished rooms. Loca-
tion very central T-28 2w.
Shipment of Cattle to England.
The shipment of live cattle to
England has to a great degree su-
perceded transporting the dead
meat. The New York Times, in an
article on the subject, says: "When,
however, first-class London steam-
ers from this port arc compelled to
encroach upon the space usually al-
lotted to passengers, as happened a
few days ago in the case of the
•France,' which took out a consign-
ment of nearly five hundred head of
Texas steers, it is certain the time is
coming when the exigencies of the
traffic will command the entire ca-
pacity of even the largest steamers.
All the available space in this vessel
had to be utilized for freight, and
even the grand saloon for passengers
had to be re-constructed into stalls
for oxen. On the same day, the
steamer 'Ithalia' carried over to Scot-
land two hundred and ten head ot cat-
the additional, making a shipment
of about seven hundred head from
this port in a single day, the freight
costing, all told, from twenty-five to
thirty dollars per head. The great-
est number of cattle ever carried
across the ocean in any vessel—five
hundred and fifty head—were ship-
ped from Boston, July 4, in Messrs.
Warren & Co.'s steamer 'Masscha-
setts,' and arrived in Liverpool after
a passage of eleven days. That the
precautions taken for the safety of
the animals were perfect, may be in-
ferred from the fact that no aceident
occurred during the passage, and
that every one which went on board
in Boston, was landed in Liverpool
in the finest possible condition.
• Mr. T. f. Campbell, the proprietor of
this old and popular resort, keeps his bat
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
cigars to be had in the city. Remember
the place—next door to Mason's cigar
Senora Zamacona, Mexican Min-
ister having been asked whether he
anticipated war with the United
States, replied: "By no means.
President Diaz is very anxious to
preserve friendly relations with the
United States and is doing every-
thing in his power to put down law-
lessness on the border; but the
Mexican government is like this
country, it cannot at all times keep
perfect order in outlaying and
sparsely inhabited States."
The St. Louis Republican ascribes
the exemption of that city, of recent
years from plagues, to its perfect
system of sewerage. The Republi-
can says "this is the secret of the
disappearance of cholera ai an epi-
demic, and of the decreasing fatality
of cholera infantum. It will ac-
count also for the perfect security
against the dreadful yellow fever
plague, which is universally felt.
St. Louis is too clean to breed these
epidemics which feed on filth.
The Courier says Rev. Doctor
Reed gave the Sherman newspaper
editors a whack over the head for
shortcomings, in his sermon Sunday
The Rev. Doctor probably took pat-
tern from the Denison clergy, some
of whom delight, apparently, in crit-
icising the local press. Happily the
pi ess can stand it.
All accounts dne the firms of M.
H. Brown and Brown & Webb, that
have been due sixty days, will be
put in the hands of an attorney for
collection, or such other measures
taken that will insure their payment
if not settled for at once. Parties
owing these firms will save expense
or trouble to call and settle immedi-
ately. M. tt. Brown.
P. M. Webb.
Liver is King.
The Liver is the imperial organ of the
whole human system, as it controls the
life health and happiness of man. When
it is disturbed in its proper action, all
kinds of ailments are the natural result.
The digestion of food, the movements of
the heart and blood, the action of the
brain and nervous system, are all imme-
diately connected with the workings of
the liver. It has been successfully proved
that Green's August Flower is unequaled
in curing all persons afflicted with dys-
pepsia or liver complaint, and nil the
numerous symptoms which result from
an unhealthy condition of the liver and
stomach. Sample bottles to try 10 cents.
Positively sold in all towns on* the West-
ern Continent. Three doses will prove
that, it is just what you want.
Beyond tho Reach of Human Skill
Is the power to restore the hair to bald
heads when the bulbs at the roots are
destroyed by age or disease; but there are
doubtless many persons bcoming bald,
whose hair by careful attention might be
restored to its original luxuriance and
beauty. Parker's Hair Balsam is an ele-
gant preparation, designed to meet the
public want for a harmless hair dressing
and restorative. It acts like magic, com-
mencing at the very roots,' removes dan-
druff $nd all humors from the scalp,, and
never fails to restore gray or faded hair
to its original color, and the soft, rich
glossy appearance of youth. By its oc-
casional use falling of the hair is imme-
diately checked, and a luxuriant and
beautiful growth of young hair induced.
The exquisite perfume and the purity of
its composition are highly appreciated,
aud as it is not a die -ind docs not stain
the skin or clothing, it is a growing favor-
ite of the toilet table everywhere. Buy a
bottle of your druggists W. M. Ilanua &
Co., and test its merits.
28 30-2-4-6 8.
Geo. Stroube, the old Pioneer Grocer,
has resumed his old business again, and
is ready to accomodate all his old patrons,
and as many ntw ones as may choose to
give him a trial. Sample Room in rear
of grocery store. Dr. Withrow presides,
which settles it.
Glass and Queensware at panic prices .
Don't forget the place. Next door to
0 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE f)
REAT AWAKENIN u
This interesting book contains a comt
plete history of "Tho Murphy Move-
ment," and also able temperanc lec-
tures by the most prominent advoc tea of
the canse. In addition to this it has the
Great Controversy between Roman-
ism and Protestantism, also the life
of Pope Pius IX. Three books in one!
profusely illustrated. By eminent Bish-
ops, Jewish Rabbis, Doctors of Divinity
Aic., &c. The book for tho Times,
Secure territory at once. Address, An-
chor Publishing Co., 305 Locust StreetJ
St. Louis, Mo. 9-21x1
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'Aecnlt. AiJdres , A. (jOclikh <1 Co., Cblc,uto
jpMRST NATIONAL WANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
QUALITY AND STYLE.
Does a fegitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO
On principal cities of the United States.
JOHNSCULLIN, KD. picrry, W. H. SANPORD
President. Vice-Prest. Cashier.
Tohn Scullin, D. W. C. Davis,
Edward Perry, E. II. Lingo,
J. P. Rockwell, A. H. Coffin,
Sam'l Star, W. 11. Sanford,
W. R. BIBB,
' 800 Main Street,
8g§**Second door West of Post-office.
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No. i3i Main street,
DENISON, * • TEXAS.
W. H. PIER, Prop'r,
Main street and Austin avenue.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc/
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GENTLEMEN'S FINE GARMENTS.
FINE SUITS FOR BUSINESS WEAR
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J- IS/.t. IPiVrLU'S GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE
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FINE SUITS FOR FULL DRESS.
A Magnificent line of
Fine Pantaloons Goods,
$6, 7, 9. 10, 15.
The Best Clothing for the Fewest $.
DESIRABLE, STYLISH AND CHEAP.
An Inspection is Invited.
J M. MILL,
tailor and cutter,
310 Main street,
DENISON, • - • TEXAS.
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly
on hand. io-i4tf
Real Estate Agents.
JESSE M. COOK,
AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Gun Block, up 6tairs,
DENISON, • ' TEXAS.
JJEONARD & COFFIN,
Real estate agents,
Nelson House Building,
^yM. II. HUGHES,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
DENISON, - ♦ TEXAS.
11. tone. j. t. munson,
ONE & MUNSON,
T. A. SALE, Proprietor.
GROCERI*ES AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh vegetables always on hand.
No. 105 Main street)
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 228 Main street,
ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
Meals can be had at any time, day or
night for 35 cents. #
Good cool rooms to accommodatc the
traveling public or families,
Corner Main Street and Houston Ave-
nue, near the Union Depot. 8-1
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county,
Office. 215 Mainstrcct, up stairs.
(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
Curtains. FloWer Pots,
A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full stock of
Mctalic and Rosewood Collins.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
and Aus n avenue. yi.
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Each number contain* thirty-two pages
of 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-
and German. Price $1.25 a year;
five copies, $5.00.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden,
50 cents in paper covers; in elegant cloth
Vick's Catalogue, 300 Illustrations,
onlv 2 cents. Address,
JAMES VrCK, Rochester, N. Y.
FEED, SALE AND LIVERY STABIE
Corner Main street and Burnet avenue
The best turnouts in the city.
Special attention given to
The onlv brick stable in the city, and
the only place wheic a night watchman is
GHEEN & JUVENAL,
SALE, FEED AND
Cor, Woodard st. and Rusk av„
Large wagon yard and -good Well of
water. A hack appropriate for burial pur-
poses can be had at this stable. 7-20
XCELSIOR LIVERY FEED AND
St. Louis to the East
coml-osed ok the
VANDALIA LINE, PAN HANDLE
PENNSYLVANIA E. R.
The Oniy Route Running Pullman Palace
Cars from St. Louis to New York
The above represents the Shortest and
Quickest Route from St. Louis to the
Seaboard, tunning through one of the
most popnious and interesting portions
of the country, with many large and im-
portant cities upon its line. It passes
through Vandalia, Effingham, Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Richmond, Piqua
(or Dayton), Urbana, Columbus, New-
ark, Steubenvllle* Pittsburg, Cresson,
Altoona Ilarrisburg, Lancaster, Phila-
delphia, Trenton, Newark, N. J., and
Jersey City, on its route to New York.
TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
On Arrrival of Trains from the West and
DAY-LIGHT EXPRESS—Leaves the
Union Depot, St. Louis, every morning,
and, being a Fast Express, stops only at
principal stations. It has Pullman Pal-
ace Sleeping Cars for Columbus, Pitts-
bitrghj Philadelphia and New York with-
out chahg'e, and but one ciiahgfi to Bos-
ton, Baltimore and Washington It ar-
rives itt New York early title n'ext fcVeft-
ing. only one night Oiit, arid giv«e a llity-
light view of the tar-famed scenery of the
FAST LINE EXPRESS-Leaves Uii-
ion Depot, St. Louis, every evening
stopping only at principal stations, Vfith
E. G. CHILES, Proprietor.
Nos. 301, 303; cor. West Main street and
North Burnet avenue.
DENISON. - - * TEXAS.
Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al-
ways on hand for the use of patrons.
Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar-
E. G. CHILES keeps the only first
class Hearse in the city.
LIVERY. FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Pullman Palace Cars for Louisville and
Cincinnati, Palace Sleeping Car lor Chi-
cago, and the favorite Pioneer Line of
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars for Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadel-
phia and New York without change;
Kg^Being the Only Line practically
under one management between St. Louis
and New Yot-k, passengers are aSsured of
through connections, and are hot subject
to delays at intermediate points incidental
to other lines.
8QP Baggage checketl thrbVigh to all
K^p-The Quickest Time is regularly
tnade by this Line, and fare always as low
as by other routed.
K^**Tickcts for sale at all ticket offices
in the West and South.
L. P. FARMER, Gen'l Pass. Agent;
Pennsylvahia Railroad, Philadelphia.
W. L. O'BRIEN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Pan
Handle Route. Columbus, Ohio.
ClIAS. E. FOLLETT, Oeh'l Pass.
Agtinti Vandalia Linn, St. Louis.
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Capacious Wagon Yard attached to the
First class accommodations for board-
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY.
corner Burnet avenue, and Woodard
(if rppf c
DENISON • . ' , TEXAS.
Passengers from Texas and the Indian
Territory, going east, take the
C. £1* Sl R. R.
Through some ot the finest Towns
(Juiney, Galosburg, Mondota, Au-
rora, Etc., to Chicago.
BEST & CHEAPEST ROUTE
To all points
EAST OR NORTH-EAST.
329 Manin Street, over
GUITEAU & WALDRON'S DRUG STORE.
Great invention by one who was deal
for 20 years. Send stamp for particulars.
Verry & Harper, Lock Box 80, Madison,
Alter this date all notices ol lodge meetings,
(special meetings) tributes of respect, obituary
notices over ten fines, and all publications ol this
character will be charged for at the rate of five
cents pur line, (which is half rate) for each inser-
lion. Head this, and don't forget. VVe have to
live nnd pay our printers, and there is no reason
why we should work lor nothing-
Denison, March 15, 1s77.
Freight &Hd Passenger Acoommodatibns
Superior to any In the State.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH WAV
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
DAILY between TEXAS and btilfi ST.
LOUIS and CHICAGO, and prominent
Special, inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle in the State*
RATES OF PASSAGE and FREIGHT
No i St. Louis Express leaves
Houston daily, 7 .30 A m
No 3 Chicago Express leaves
Houston daily 6:00 v m
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily, .tj :^o r M
Mo 4 Chicago Express arrives at
Houston daily at 9:00 a m
Apply for any information to
O. P. and T. Agent.
A. H. SWANSON,
£ENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
Next door to Mayor's officc,
DENNEY & HYBARdER, Props,
Sausage Meat, Sausage, Head Checfcc,
Blood and Liver Worst, and
FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS,
And of the best quality, kept constantly
on hand. <0 28 tf
MEALS 2o CENTS,
BOARD FOUR DOLLARS PER WEEK.
FOB STOCKMEN and FARMERS.
Open Day and Night.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 21, 1878, newspaper, August 21, 1878; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327003/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.