Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 216, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1878 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, Texas, vSaturday Morning, November 2,1878.
Casper Brothers' Flag Store.
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Are now offering to their customers in Denison and vicinity the greatest
AND FRINSE3, BUTTONS m T3MIM3S 13 MATOH.
says a Boston physician l,has no equal
as a blood purifier Hearing of its rfiaily
wonderful cures after all other lemedies
had tailed, i v.sited the Laboratory, and
convinced myself of its genuii e merit.
It is prepared from barks, roots and herbs,
each of which is highly effective, and
they are compounded in such a manner
as to produce astonishituf TQxults,"
Is the great b'ood purifier.
Will cure the worst ca*e of Scrofula.
pi'alrlo Pirates of the Port Worth
Three Registered packages Re-
lieved of Their Contents.
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THE LATEST NOVELTIES m MARINO, W03L AND COTTON FOR LADIES,
MISSES and CHILDREN.
Also a full and complete stock of Custom made
Is recommended by physicians and apoth •
Has effected some marvellous cures in
cases of Cancer.
Cures the worst cases of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success in Mercu-
Will eradicate s.ilt Rheum from the sys-
Removes Pimples and Humors from
Cures constipation and regulates
MEN, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN!
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS ««a SHOES.
and an immense stock of
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i v iky dki'autm i£ nt,
Is a valuable remedy fur Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores t,.e entire system to a healthy
Removes the cause of' Dizziness.
Relieves Faititness at the Stomach.
Cures Pains in the Hack.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
ineffective in its cure of Female Weakness.
Is the great remedy for General Debility.
Is acknowledged by all clashes of people
to be the best and most reliable blood
pui itier in the woiId.
ii. It. stevens, bostow, mass.
From the Dallas Herald.
From a passenger who arrived in
the city on the Texas and Pacific last
night, we learn that the Weatherford
and Fort Worth stage was robbed
Wednesday, midway between the
two towns. At a lonely and isolated
point on the prairie, two masked
j highwaymen dashed up to the coach,
j splendidly mounted and armed to
! the teeth. They immediately drew
J their revolvers and commanded the
j driver to halt and throw off his mail
I sacks. This he did without much
hesitation. There was but one pas
! scnger in the stage and he was suffer-
ed b> keep his seat and not molested.
While one stood guard the other
robber ptocetded to cut open the
j mail bags, from which he took three
the i valuable pa;kages, but what amount
i of money was obtained is not known,
| and will not be until fuither exami-
i nation is made.
After going through the mail most
thoroughly and completely, the rob-
bers mounted and rode off over the
j i rau ie.
Whilst tills was going on, or vgry
; soon alter the robbers find taken to
' flight, two cow boys came up, and
' taking in the situation, applied lash
and spur to their horses and put out
in pursuit of the road agents, yet in
| sight. Having the fleetest buses,
! they soon had tin m in range of their
j lii e arms, when firing was immedi-
; ately opened from both sides. Many
shots were exchanged, one of which
from a cow boy struck and disabled
a horse of one of the robbers, who
1 immediately jumped behind his com-
panion 011 his hoise, when both re-
treated and got away.
The cow boys captured the hotse
and brought him with the stage to
The sta^e driver gathered up the
rifled mail, brought it to town and
delivered it the postmaster.
! The highwaymen were undoubt-
1 cdly the same men who have three
times before recently robbed the
Fort Worth end Fort Yuma stage.
Free at Lest.
A dlopittch from Galveston Thurs-
day liftertloon brought the gratifying
intelligence thiit the Montgomery
county victims of Radical knavery
had given the requisite bonds and
were at last free. During the day,
when threats were made of accumu-
lating charges, and not wishing to
unduly tax their Galveston friends*
they telegraphed to Houston for as-
sistance. The business men of this
city promptly replied that they were
ready and willing to sign their bonds
for a million dollars if necessary, and
would qualify be ore the U. S. Com-
missioner here. Possibly this reply
taught the Radicals the futility of
further accusations, and they were
forced to let their victims go. We
are greatly mistaken if the people of
both Harris and Montgomery coun-
ties do not, by their votes, teach the
bulldozing party that Such scoundrel-
ism will be no longer tolerated.—
Burned to Death.
Richmond, Oct. 31.—E. R. Pa^e,
a prominent member of the Raleigh,
North Carolina, bar, was burned to
death last night at Marion, McDow-
A Rothschild Turns Christian.
Paris, Oct. 31.—The Universe
states that Margaret Rothschild h: S
applied for admission into the Cath-
olic Church as preliminary to her
marriage with tire Due de Guide.
Ida Lewis went and married a de-
cent prosy fisherman, and requests
that the poets v\ ill please not unite
( her to a retired Boston Earl or any-
body of that stamp. *
Tho Capital Fair at Austin.
Austin, Oct. 29.—The Capital
State fair opened here to-dny with a
large crowd of spectators and exhib-
itors present. The attendance to-
day has been double that of the fiist
ilav of the fair last year. The weath-
er has 1)' en as tine as could hiiVfc
The exhibitions of stock are much
larger this year than last, and the
implement department is better fill-
ed than ever before. Four engines
are kepi in operation constantly to
propel the machine) y.
'1 he cxhiLition hail was found in-
adequate to meet the requirements,
and the dancing hall lias been utiliz-
ed for the display.
There was much animation on the
grounds all day, the races especially
Vegelino is said by nil Druggists.
HE LINE 0
w. R. BIBB,
How Chinese Burglars Manage
Sax Francisco, Oct. 31.—The
steamer Gaetie brings the following
from Hong Kong, October 1st : On
the night of September 35th an ex
traordinary attack was made by Chi-
nese pirates 011 a house in Wing
Lake street, in Hong Kong, occu-
pied by a Chinese merchant, and
Four Bank Failures.
Washington, Oct 31.—Geman
American National Bank of this
city failed. It is thought depositors
will be paid in full.
Owing to the suspension of the
German American National Bank,
of this city, the German American
National Savings Bank also sus-
pended. Both banks were run and
patronized piincipally by Germans.
The suspension caused much sur-
prise. The president of the German
American National Bank is John
Ilitz, the Swiss consul-general in
this city. Shrinkage in real estate
values, in which both banks were
largely interested, caused the failure.
Cincinnati, Oct. 31.—James A.
Ileamann & Cc., bankers, of this
city, have suspended.
Troy, N. Y., Oct. 31.—The Mer-
chant's and Mechanic's State Bank,
of this city, to-.lay closed its doors.
Morocco Scourged by Cholera.
On account of the backwardness of the
season and dull times
I AM COMPELLED
to offer for the next 30 days only, the
following extraordinary inducements:
1 will ssll all Staple
Goods for net cost
and all Other Goods
on 5 per Cent Margin,
This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit
that ever a Dry Goods man could sell
goods for, and i would like to draw the
attention of all our Lady and Gentle-
men friends and ^the public in general,
that they will have this chance only for
Washington, Oct. 31.—The
United States consul at Tangiers
sends to the state department an ac-
count of the fearful ravages of the
cholera in the interior 0! Motocco,
"Novelties in Hosiery,
Novel Lies in Gloves,
Novelties in Ribbons,
Novelties in Handkerchiefs,
Novelties in Ruchings,
Novelties in Ties.
THIS IS THE HOOSF. WHERE 0000 GOODS
Are sold Cheap. No MISREPRESENTATION allowed. Strictly
ONE PRICE, and courteous treatment to all. Orders by mail solicited,
and prompt attention given to same.
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3?amilv Groceries, 1 1 ."Tv," a'.s°.
fc/ ' tit> <>1 tieasuic. 1 he assailants lvsecl- The cholera is bwet-Dint?
300 Mam Street,
$^5'"*seeond door West of Post-office.
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ties of treasure. The assailants
lauded at midnight and orgai ized an
assault with great care, posting sen-
tinels and keeping guard over the
entiie neighbothood. A tight was
maintained for several hours between
the parties and the police. The
former were at last dispei sed and
fled in boats. One of the piiates
was killed and many wounded on
both sides. The plunder secured by
the thieves was small. Great excite
ment prevails !n Hong Kong, and
precautionary measures are de-
lysed. The cholera is sweeping
over the middle and southern prov-
inces. Hundreds are d)ing of star-
vation. Never before hi:s Morocco
passed through such an ordeal.
Pistol Practice and Politics.
Lightning Rods and Pumps.
orel and & sciioolfield,
RUBBER BUCKETS, CHAIN PUMPS,
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Manufacturer and Dealer in
219 Main (trcet.
DENISON * * TEX.AS
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Wholesale and retail
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No. 113 mam street,
denison, - - texas.
The bent nelccted utoek of
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In the City.
we make a specially of
PUtfE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES
For Mcdie'nn' pvpouc!-.
No. 121 Main street,
W. II. PIEU, Prop'r,
Main street and Austin avenue.
denison, - - - texas.
choice family croceries.
Fruit*, Vegetables, etc.
Tho Prophetic Conference
New York, Oct. 31.—The pro-
phetic conference was presided over
to-day by Win. Reynolds, of Peoria,
and the session was began by the
congregation singing "All hail the
power of Jesus' name." There was
a large increase of delegates. Pro-
fessor Lumnrs, Methodist, read a
paper entitled Kingdom and church.
Rev. Dr. Tfng was received by the
conference and spoke briefly. Dr.
Cooper, of Alleghany, Pa., led in
prayer. Rev. H. M. Parsons, Pres-
byterian, of Buffalo, read a paper on
the present age and devclopement of
SOWLES & RIIEA,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All work in mechnnlcsl nnd operative
dentistry skillful'? performed 011 liberal
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A good many Greenback candi-
| dates called on the Democrat on their
| way up salt creek They seemed to
j know which way they were drifting
1 and promised never to go that way
j again—- Whitesboro Democrat.
A line in one of Moore's songs
I run* thus, "Our couch shall be ri ses,
| bespangled with dew." To width a
sensible yitl replied: "It would
give me the rheumatiz, and so it
would you."—Boston Clobc.
Eagle Pass, Oct. 29, 1S7S.
The sheriff, F. A. Zorn. and W.
B. Dobb, indulged in a little pistol
controversy here last Sunday after-
noon. '1'he sheriff very politely
stood one shot and then returned the
fire. Cobb fired three shots and the
sheriff two. Cobb was wounded in
the lu ad and shot through the bow-
els, but the sheriff was not touched.
Cobb has died.
The Next 30 Days.
Make use of the opportunity.
Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth
6 eents, you can buy at m. Singer's
for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard .
New styles of worsted dress goods that
are worth 25 and 30 cents, v«u can buy
now at m. Singer's tor 16 r-2 to 20 cts.
All shades of flannels which are worth
from 2j, 30. 40 and 50 cents, jou can
now buy at m. Singer's for 30, 25, 30
and 40 cents per yard.
Black Alpacea which is worth from 30,
40 and 50 cents, you can now buy at
m. Singer's for 25, 30 and 40 cents per
Black and brown Cashmeres which are
j worth from 60, 75, $1.00 and $1.10,
you can now buy at m. Sincer's for 50,
fio, 80 and qo cents per yard.
At greatly reduced prices.
Special bargains in Gentlemen's and
Boys Ready Made Clothing.
Call and convince yourselves that we
India V/ants Blood.
A Bombay dispatch to the Daily
Telegraph says iutelligence has been
received there which jus'ifies the
confidence of England in the loyalty
of the Indian Princes. Offeis are
coming fiom all directions. The
native troops are eagexfor war with
Afghanistan. The tone ot the ver-
nacular press is all that could be de-
The British revenue cutter Fanny,
was run into and sunk off Tuscan,
011 the 31st, by the steamer Helvetia.
Seventeen oi the Fanny's crew per-
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Main street,
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Siuitinsrs consiantly
on hand. 10-14 tf
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Window Glass. Wall Paper. Carpet Pa-
per. Baby Carriages, Bird Cages,
Carpets, Matting. Mould ngs,
Picture Fininen, Lamps and
Lamp Fixtures, Wii.dcv*
A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Madrid, Oct. 31.—-At the request
of the advocate ot Juan Monca*?, a j Also a lull stock ot
medical examination of the mental | IJosotVOOd Coffins,
condition of the piisuncr has been
ordered. k I At the old stand, eo
nd Ytu n avenue.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 216, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1878, newspaper, November 2, 1878; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327066/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.