Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 161, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 10, 1879 Page: 2 of 4
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WKDN KSDA Y. <SEPTUM 11ER 10, 1S79
KN I'liKKI) A 1' THE POST OFFICE
AT DENISON, TEXAS,. AS SECOND
Several Texas p ipers persist in
/iiscnt-sinj the Sunday law IVum a
u-Ii ivu4 >l;<'idpoint, losing sight ol
the fact that the legislature, as law-
maker i)H\e 1,("thing to <lo with
religious questions per sr. In tot•
bidding labor 011 one day in the
week the legislature is supposed to
be actuated by motives not at all in-
fluenced by their religious prejudi-
ces, or the religious prejudices of the
people at large. We do not say they
were not so actuated, but they should
not be if they keep within the plain
provisions of the Constitution
of the United States and also
of the [State. But if we ac-
cept the views of these few editors,
which is that the resting from labor
one day in setcn Js a command bind-
ing on us all because of its antiquity
than we are more pagans than christ-
ians. According to the okl testa-
ment records, God commanded rest
on Saturday, because he had rested
oiv that day and sanctified
it, wheieas the first command
we know of for keeping Sunday was
issued by the Emperor Constantine,
because it was the "glorious day of
the sun," a day venerated by the
pagans for ages, dedicated by them
to the glorious orb of time, over
which he was supposed to mle, the
same as the malignant Saturn was
suppssed to rule Saturday, the Moon
Monday. Mars Tuesday, etc. The
arguments of these journals which
appeal to authority goes too far when
analysed and really makes pagans of
Fire in Quiney, Illinois.
Afire broke out at Quiney at a
late hour Saturday night, which de-
stoyed the academy ot music and a
large brick block adjoining the pack-
ing house of Adams & Sawyer and
several other Smaller buildings; also
the entire block at the corner of
Main and Fourth fitreets, in which
were the board of trade room, Ma-
sonic hall, telegraph and several
other offices. One man was killed
bv falling walls. Loss, $126,000;
insured for $74,000.
On the 1st of June, Dennis Col-
lins started from San Francisco to
New York on foot, the distance be-
ing 3,500 miles, and the wager was
that he would accomplish it in 100
days being $1,500. He reached
New York a little in advance of the
time required. lie tmveled all the
way 011 railroad tracks, and has kept
in a little book the autograph and
the stamp ot etfery station agent he
James Alford, colored, better
known as Jupiter, addressed his
race at McKinney Monday, on the
exodus, and the propriety of their
eolonizine. lie opposed the exodus,
and.recommended that if they wish-
ed to colonize that they select the
great State of Texas. Jupiter is a
Protect Your Little Onos
From Cholera Infantum, aiul yurself
and family from sudden attacks of colic,
ci amps,dysentery, diarrhoea, and cholera
morbus by keeping Parker's Giniser Ton-
ic always on hand. This superb bowel
corrective blttn speedily cures all disor-
ders ol lb* stomach, and thousands who
have sought relief In vain from dyspepsia
headache, nervousness, low spirits, sltep-
lessn-se, liver disorders, costiveness,
heartburn, palpitation ot the heart, dis-
tress in the stomach, coa'ed tongue, etc.
have found a most complete cure in the
comforting invigorant. Buy a 50 cent or
$i.oo bottle arid try It. Sold by all first
Bargains in Real Estate.
At lfughess' Real Estate Agency, near
post office, Main street.
Bargains in city and country property.
Bargains in lots in all parts of town
very low—payable monthly.
For exchange—Several tracts of land
adjoining town. Also houseB and lots de-
For rent—Houses, lands and stores, at
rates to suit the times.
Any one desiring to invest for specula-
tion or use will find it to their advantage
to call at once. Now is the time as most
of this property must be sold.
7 21 " Hughes & Co.
Mrs. Baldrick would respectfully call
the attention of the ladies of Denison to
her large and elegant invoice of millinery
goods just received from the east, consist-
ing of all the latest novelties of the
season. She is also prepared to do
fashionable dressmaking, having in her
employ several experienced dress
makers. Ap 25 tf
The firm of Yo.cum & Partner,h'as dis-
solved, Mr. Yocutn retiring. Mr. Par-
mer the presenH proprietor, has fitted -ip
his establishment in elegant style. The
bar has been restocked with a choice line
of whiskies, wines, brandies, imported
and domestic cigars. Only liquors of
standard brands will be kept at the
Senate. Mr. Parmer respectfully so-
licits the patronage of the public. 7-i6tf
Persons laboring under diseases for
which Glenn's Sulphur Soap in the warm
bath fs an Infallible cure, should by all
means discountenance and combat every
effort to establish, in public confidence,
the brazen counterteits which have lately
been placed before the public, designing
to mislead theift into purchasing and
possibly using to their detriment. Under
these circumstances no one should fa If to
ask specifically and pointedly for Glenn's
Sulphur Soap and take no other. Sold
bv druggists. Depot, Crittenton's, 7
Sixth ave , N.Y.
If you would rejuvenate your hair with-
out hurting your health, use Hill's Hair
Dye. 50 cents.
War in Europe Again.
There is more biliousness in the poli-
tics of the eastern Hemisphere. We
would advise those blood-thirsty and dys-
peptic statesmen of Europe to take Moot's
Liver Pills. Best pills ever discovered by
man. Warranted to cure if taken in
Townsley's Tooth Anodyne cures in
one minute. French & Co., wholesale
agents, Denison, Texas.
Ton Cent Barber Shop.
Melzer Bros', is the only first class bar-
ber shop in the city. They have the best
equipped and most elegantly fitted up
bath rooms in the city. They have three
chairs in operation, and solicit the pat-
ronage of the public. Give them a call,
on Main street, opposite the News office.
To all who are suffering from the er-
rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc.. I will send a recipe that will cure
you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-address-
ed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. In-
man, Station D, New York City. 16.
At Corsicana they run the camp
Meeting all night. The correspon-
dent of the Herald-Commercial cred-
its those taking part in the exercises,
with such expressions as these:
"Will some one tell me how happy
f feel?" "Bully for God," etc. Such
things are disgraceful
Certain towns of California are
so ruinously discriminated against
by arrogant railroad corporations
that the result is virtual confiscation
of property. Properly has so. de-
preciated in many instances as to be
There is a town in New York
where there has been an epidemic
of dysentery every year for twenty-
five years. The name of the town
is Greece. A quarter of a century
ago the cholera raged there while
all of the surrounding towns were
healthy. This year the sickness
broke out 011 the 10th of June, and
quite a number of people have died.
The whole town is not affected.
The disease visits only one portion
of it. This portion is situated on a
hill side, and just above it is a grave-
yard. The physicians say that the
water in the wells is poisoned from
this source, and causes the dysente-
1y' M . ;|r ...
Go-to J. J. Collins foi cheap su«
-,'ars and coffees, wholesale or retail.
Come and see me. 9 9
Prickly Ash Bitters
rHESE BITTERS wiil prevent con-
tracting of chills and all malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigorating the
firer, toning the stomach, and regulating
the bowels and kidneys. It is a prepara-
tion from such vegetable extracts of
which tfce Prickly Ash constitutes a lead-
ing part, that enters into the regular pre-
scription practice of all medical men,
among whom Dr. Sherman is justly
classed as the successful compounder af
ter an experimental practise of 30 years,
as a complete antidote to all influences
which, if not arrested in time, terminate
in chills and fever or other malarial dis-
Though pleasant to the taste, it is not a
beverage, (as the extracts are held in so-
lution in pure Holland gin*only) because
of its cathartic properties, and is therefore
an infallible remedy for habitual constipa-
THE MALARIFUGE is a certain cure
tor chills when once contracted. It has
never failed to effect a cure where the di-
rections, which accompany each bottle,
Druggists are hereby authorized to re-
fund the money to any party purchasing
who claims a cure is not effected, provid-
ing the directions are followed and the
empty bottle returned. For sale by all
druggists. 6,7 '7odwiy
The Eest Envelopes and Tags,
The Handsomest Ball Tickets,
The Neatest Programmes,
The Nobbiest Visiting Cards.
The Finest Wedding Invitations,
The Most Attractive Posters,
The Most Beautiful Placards,
The Most Artistic Printing
. at the
N ws Job Rooms.
T^lRSt NATIONAL BANK*
Authorised Capital $500,0(10 00
Does a legitimate Banking business.
H. TONIC. J. T. MUNSON.
I^ONE & MUNSQN,
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
Speri*! attention given to collections in i City of Denison and Grayson county.
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO
On principal ciliss ot the United States
oh?* bcullin, kd. perry, w. h. sanford
President. Vice Prest. Cashier.
Tohn Seullin, D. W. C. Davis,
Edward Perry, E. H. Lingo,
J. P. Rockwell, A. H. Coffin,
Sam'l Star, W. H. Stanford
WHEN ANY MAN
feels sick with
[cold chills, fever flushes, head-
ache and general uncomeort-
ableness, and yet
Don't Knew Exactly What Ails Him,
Then is the time to take
These pills are made of certain ingre-
dients that act specially on the liver,
and at the same time expel nil impuri-
ties from the stomach ana system, aid-
ing digestion and
RESTORING TO HEALTH
when all other remedies fail.
Take thetn for biliousness^ indiges
tion, costiveness, liver complaints, and
all diseases and disorders of the stom-
ach. As a family cathrtic pill, they are
vVARR ANTED WITHOUTanEQUAL
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK
French & Co., wholesale agents,
French & Co., Wholesale agents, Den-
Office, 21.; Maidftreet, up stsirs.
EONARD & COFFIN,
REAIi ESTATE AGENTS,
Nelson House Building,
SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI.
Sweet Springs, the most popular sum-
mer resort of Missouri, is not excelled in
its attractions, comforts and conveniences
for the accommodation of families.
Sweet Springs is a delightful place to
visit, and the summer visitor who is jour-
neying North or.fiast to more famous
watering places will find all the comforts
and conveniences at these springs that
are found at older and more noted re-
sorts. Sweet Springs is 12 miles distant
from Sedalia, on the Lexington Branch
of the Missouri Pacific Railway, is easily
reached from Sedalia, and within a few
hours ride of St. Louis, Kansas City,
Hannibal ar.d Quiney.
The only route from Toxm to SWEET
SPRINGS is by way of the M.,K. & T.
If you contemplate going North duiing
the heated term, be sure and go via Deni-
son and Sedalia. Stop over at Sedalia
and visit Sweet Springs.
Excursion Tickets from Denison to
Sweet Springs and Return, only $23 50.
For further information, call on or
dd7ress. Geo. S. Nelson, Ag't.
-a 19 Denison, Texas.
MULHALL & SCALING
Na ional Stock Yards,
EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL.
W. D. EASLEY, Agent
(ESTABLISHED IN 1872.)
a-. 13. MoDOUC^ALL, ^rop.
importer and Dealer in the Best Brands of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES,
AND HOLLAND GIN,
Scotch Ales, London and Doublin Porter.
FINK SELECTION OF OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, BRANDIES,
WINES AND CIGARS.
Agent for Anheuser's Bottled Beer, put up expressly for family use. All goods
warranted as repwented. 8 30tf
KEAL ESTATE BROKER,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room 5, Muller Block, west entrance.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Saddles and Harness.
J. L. Nothaf & Co.,
harness, bridles & collars,
No . 212 Main st.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
J P. QUINN.
get your meat
Sole manufacturers of
LEHMAN & NOTHAF'S
patent improved iron fork tree
The best in use for stockmen. 4,17tf
J E. MASON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
219 Main street.
HAVANA, KEY WEST,
Tobacco and Smokers' Supplies,
Opp. News office,
DENISON, • TEXAS.
Keeps constantly on
hand a large supply of
Beef, Mutton, Po rk, Sau-
sage, etc. 8 1 tf
Is wonderful in Its conception, un-
precedented for doing a large range of
sewing in textile fabrics and leather. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of an
extraordinary rate of speed, either by
steam or foot power. Every motion of the
treadle makes six stitches, thus produc-
ing about one-third more work in a day
than other Sewing Machines. It has no
stop motions, and tightens the stitch with
the needle out of the fabric. It uses the
well-known Wilson Compound Feed on both sldo3 of the needle. It
has two-thirds less parts than any other first-class Sewing Machine.
Its arm is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and one-half
Inches high, and the whole Machine is very compactly and scien*
tlflcally constructed in proportions, elegance, design and appear-
ance. Its simple, powerful and perfect mechanism places it as far
In advance of all other Sewing Machines as the telephone is superior
to the tin speaking tube. The WILSON MENDING attachment,
for repairing all kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur-
nlshed FREE with all WILSON.SEWING MACHINES, together with
a Tucker, RufTTer, Corder, Setof Hemmers, Binder, etc. Prices fur-
nished with freight charges prepaid, and machines furnished on
trial to responsible parties, to be used with steam-power, In places
where we have no agents. Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List, No. 230.
Address WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A.
KENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT.
w. j. huuiies .
Hughes & Co.,
Texas & St. Louis
NEW SHORT LINE
ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO ft'Y
pullman palace sleeping gars
Dallas lex. &. St. Louis
Wholesale dealers in
Imported and Domestic
W ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor Mouse in
Next Door to the Star Store
J M. IIILL,
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
j 310 Main street,
| DEN1FON, • - - TEXAS
Cleaning, renovating and repairing
j Shirtsjmade to order. Suitinasconstanllij
! on hand. io-14 tf
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches rtnd Jewelry Repaired.
No. jjS Main street,
Slajle mil Fancy Groceries,
W. H. PIER, Prop'r,
Main street and Rusk avenue.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
jfg-Through Tickets 011 sale at
all Principal Ticket Offices in
D. WISHART, -)
Oen. Pa**. Agt. ( Temple
C. W. ROGERS, f Building
rjrrt. Supt. J St. f.oitis
Twentieth term begins Seplciriber md
No public exhibitions; prosperous; six-
teen teachers; standard very high; mu-
sical advantages superior. For catatogu
address f. A. Qf ARMtft, Pres.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIfcS,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
J^OR THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
Fancy and Family
— go to—
GEO. STROBE'S .
The Pioneer Grocer of Denison, 319
Main «treet, Guiteau & Wal
dron's old stand.
DENISON, - • TEXAS.
SBL F-A PPLICAELE
Electric Sponge Belts
For Medicinal Purposes.
CURES WITHOUT MEDICINE,
HONEST, EFFECTIVE, HARMLESS.
Physics not to be relied upon.
First upon the^iists of our most Eminent
Physicians, as a positive cure for
GENERAL ILL HEALTH,
Among the hi arty modern electric ap-
pliances used for frtedical pun oses, the
ttiostf Reliable Durable and Economical
beach's electric sponge belts,
Perfect and powerful Galvanic Batteries
constructed in such a manner that they
can be worn on any part of the body, in-
troducing a mild sind continuous current
of Electricity throughout the entire sys-
tem, without interfering in the least with
the patients' haWts or occupation.
For further particulars address
W. C. BEACH,
® 27 "w St. Johns, Mich.
In the rear of iiis store will be found an
elegant bar, supplied with the best Wines
Liquors and Cigars, which will be served
to customers by Mr. Bartee, the cham-
pion cotnpounder of mixed drinks.
7 iS tf
If PVT unfl euro for tferrima Debility,
wlmmvrr entift*. Mallitl
frt«. Chrtnio0l fndt'v. P.O.tws
★ BAKERY, ★
Main, bel, Burnet ahd ^ttnrtin,
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Caltes con-
stantly on hand, and will be delivered
twico a day to nnv part of the city.
u,9 F.'BRE VER, Propr.
Oft^fiAATKAn< Aprnm wnntfii. utiw<
✓•*1111 nf'M Icfrltlnmtn. PartteDlnrs trra,
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Burhans, R. Polk. Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 161, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 10, 1879, newspaper, September 10, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327320/m1/2/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.