Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879 Page: 2 of 4
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The Ute are still for War.
is a question for them of
their friends or fighting their ene-
mies, they seem to choose the latter.
The Mexicnn government offers a
reward of $ioo for the scalp of eveiy
Indian killed in the state of Chihua-
congratulates itself that it
has found a solution of the Indian
question at last.
the Phyaioifto's Fee.
Why fee a physician to prescribe lor an
ordinary cough or cold, when kingle
botile of Hale's Honey or llorehound and
Tar, costing half adollar, wilt restore the
irritated lungs and throat to their natural
condition with absolute certainly ? There
is no healing virtu- in medical Latin, |
and among all the cabalistic preemptions i
of the profession there, is not one which
hanging i will compare in potency with this famous
remedy, the ingredients of which are in-
dicated by its honest Anglo-Saxon name.
Sold by druggists everywhere at 50 cents
and 81. Great saving by buying large
Frank P. Aikin, Greenbusli, N. Y.,
writes: "Hale's Honey of llorehound
and Tar and Pike's Toothache Drops
sell better than any goods of a like na-
Pike's Toohache Drops cure in one
Gen. Gou h is nearing Shiripur
and reinforcemedts arc approaching
from India. The ciisis of affairs
has evidently passed in Afghanistan
and the next news we shall probably
;j r wTill be the dispersion of the
Delegates to the State Grange are
to be carried by the roads at one
and one-fifth fare for the round trip.
It is now confidently asserted that
"grnngcr opposition to railroads as
''soulless and grasping corporations,"
has been materially softened.
The Chillians have met with a
temporary disaster at Tarrapoca. A
battle thei e resulted in defeat and
the loss of some guns. The affairs
of Peru are, however, evidently in a
bad strait, as Lima has been fortified
in^the expection of. an attack.
Poor Houston! her financial trou-
bles press her more sorely than ever.
She has turned the fire brigade out
to grass, the gas men have turnd out
the street lamps, their police force is
disbanded and over and above all
there presses the big bonded debt of
Each and every one of the child-
ren in the Deaf and Dumb and Blind
asylums, at Austin, was remember-
.mtmas day by a big-hearted
Tstin grocer, Mr. VVm. Brueggei-
hoff. He also gave a Christmas gift
to each of the scholars in the Ger-
man-American school, and to each
jill for emancipation of slaves
•"^BjjftjapCuba. which has alieady passed
the Spanish senate and been read
and referred to a committee in the
qhamber of deputies, provides for
the gradual emancipation during the
years 1886. 1887 and 1888, a provis-
ional servitude of eight years there-
after under their present masters.
Stringent vagrancy regulations will
be enacted, and the jurisdiction of
.ourts martial will be extended in
order to meet emergencies. The
members of the cortes from the
vWest Indies declares that the bill
will not meet the views of either the
toasters or the slaves.
A Down Town Merchant.
Having passed several sleepless nights,
disturbed by the agonies and cries of a
suffering child, and becoming convinced
that Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup was
just the article needed, procured a supply
for the child. On reaching home and ac-
quainting hiswite with what he had done,
she refused to have it administered to the
child, as she was strongly in favoi of
Homoeopathy. That night the child pass-
ed in suffering, and the parents without
sleep. Returning home the day follow-
ing. the father found the baby still worse;
and while contemplating another sleep-
less night, the mother stepped from the
room to attend to some domestic, duties,
and left the father with the child. Dur-
ing h*r absence he administered a portion
of tne Soothing Syrup to the baby, and
aid nothing. That night all hands 6lept
well, and the little fellow awoke in the
morning bright and happy . The mother
was delighted with the sudden and won-
derful change, and although at first offen-
ded at the deception practised upon her.
has continued to use the Svrup, and suf-
fering cryingr babies and restless nights
have disappeared. A single trial of the
Syrup never yet failed to relieve the baby,
and overcome the prejudices of the moth-
er. Sold by all Druggists. 25 cents a
Bargains yet to be had, and first
class business stands on Main street,
for rent, by calling on
9 14 tf W. H. Hugiiks,
Broker, Room 5 Mullet Block.
Ten 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.
-A. L. BEEBE
woods. henry ii. l. haynks.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office in Mutter Block
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
The cheapest and best place in Denison
to buy Holiday Presents, is at
COOK & SHEEDER'S
BAZAAR AND BOOK STORE.
(SUCCESSORS TO 11EEDER & BEEBE.)
K A N 1)1. I 1
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J^ANDF.LL & BRO.,
Attorneys & Counsollors-at-Law
AND CARTRIHGES OK EVERY DESCRIPTION KEPT
HAND, IN FACT EVERYTHING AND ANY!
THE SPORTING LINE.
Office in Mnller Block, west
Room No. 1. up stairs
EaPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
Flepairiiis tfc ."L.ools.smltliing,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room 5, Muller Block, west entrance.
Saddles and Harness.
We have just received a large
selected stock ot
Direct from the importers in New York,
consisting of toys and fancy goods
of all kinds. Bohemian glass
ware, vases, guilt toilet sets,
smoker's sets for gentlemen and
sniifl" boxes for the ladles. Work
boxes, writing desks, willow
baskets, fancy stands, toy furni-
ture. tea sets, pianos lor nmateur
players, hobby horses and boy
wagons for the boys. Dolls of
every description and size, from the
very smallest China to the largest wax
doll for the girls; and flowers in vases,
accordeons, violins, banjos, guitars and
harps of all descriptions. Chromos and
frames of all kinds, velvet photo frames,
papeterie in large varieties and handsome
Btvles. A nice itssortment of hnndNomely
bound books, poems, etc. Family and
pocket bibles, pens knives, porl-
monnaies, gold pens, jewelry,
etc., also a full line of zephyrs
and fancy yarns, wall paper,
and in fact everything that is
usually kept in a first-class es-
tablisnment of our line. Gall
and see our goods and leain
our prices. Our goods were
all bought before the advance
in prices, and we give our
customers the benefit of it.
Post Office Book Store
Main*street, Muller Block,
DENISON, - TEXAS.
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J. L. Nothaf & Co.,
Donaldson & Campbell.
el T\ TS T
HARNESS, BRIDLES & COLLARS,
No. 212 Main St.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
bole manufacturers of
LEHMAN & NOTHAF'S"
PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE
The best in use for stockmen. >i7to
Free ! Free!!
Prevent and Cure Cough and
The Ute troubles are not, it is ap-
iU<yuled, ended yet, and the prob-
ability is tifct the military will be
obliged to take the hostiles into
hand and teach them a lesson, be-
fore Colorado will be secure fiom
'depredations. Ouray has been
ETble or unwilling, it does not ap-
pear which, to produce all the hos-
tiles agreed to be surrendered for
trial, for their share in the White
River massacre. Gen. Hatch re-
fuses to go to Washington with those
1 delived by Chief Ouray, and gives
five more days within which to pro-
duce the others, but with small pros-
pp..-?, V their being'puTfcfewittd,
A reliable remedy is necessary in every
household. Parkei's Ginger Tonic is
just the remedy needed. It radically
cures eoughs, colds, sore throat, bron-
chitis and even consumption if used in
time, by its powerful specific action on
the stomach, kidneys, skin, liver and
mucous sufaces of the thioat and lungs.
It accomplishes the cure in a wonderfully
short time, and removes all pain soreness
from the lungs. It is also a most valuable
stomachic remedy, effectually removing
dyspepsia, headache liver disorders, cost-
iveness. nervousness, low spirits, wake-
fulness, heartburn, cramps, palpitation of
the heart, sour stomach, etc.. and gives a
cheering comfort and freedom from pain
that surprises everyone. Buy a 50 cent
or $1 bottle and try it. Sold by all first
lass druggists. *
Among the Useful Toilet Articles
We notice a much liked preparation for
the hair, possed of properties so remark-
able thet no one who cares to own a clean
and healthy scalp with beautiful hair
should be without. Its properties are
cleansing, invigorating and healing, and
a few applications the hair ceaees to fall.
Dandruff and humors disappear, and the
hair grows clean, soft and silky. It keeps
the head cool and comfortable and grad-
ually restores the - hair if faded, to the
natural and life-like color beautiful to
look upon. It is Parker's Hair Balsam
thot has won such popular appreciation
by its many healthful and excellent qual-
ities. Sold in large bottles at only 50 cts.
aud $1.00 by all first class druggists.
The management have the honor to an-
nounce to the citizens of Denison
and vicinity a series of Grand
Entertainments during the
FALL and WINTER
SEASON AT THE POPULAR
Boot & Shoe Store,
Introducing their Celebrated S'ock Com-
pany, who in their several roles,
W. H. PIER, Prop'r,
Main street and Rusk avenue.
Grand Overture (Boots and
Shoes to Sell) Company.
Song, "Nothing to Wear." from
the opera of a Bootless
Tramp.....* B(u)y a pair of
> -« [Boots
ReJtatation, Presidential La-
ment B(u)y Gents
How long, how long shall I complain
Like one who seeks for shoes in vain ?
Not long, not long for vou will find
That Donaldson & Campbell keep every
Song, "Out in the Mud."..With no Shoes
Comic Ditty, '"m Shoeless you know,"..
[B(u)y Boots and Shoes
Father, dear father, come home with me
My shoes are all out ot the toe;
You promised to shoe me and Johnnie,
And you should do as you promised, I
It is in evidence that a memorial
to Congress is being circulated for
signers through the South,asking the
government to indemnify the negroes
for their losses by the broken Freed-
man's Saving Bank. The petition-
ers urge that they were induced by
their confidence in "the high officers
of the government of the United
States, and other loyal people of the
"Union, 10 deposit their hard earnings
the bank, and that the loss of their
osits had plunged them into sore
.ress, paralyzed their industry,
caused in many instances actual
want, and brought ruin and starva-
tion to thousands of families." This
reuijesf is very cool, but it is pcrfect-
your hair is coming out, or turning
, do not murmur over a misfortune
you can so easily avert. Ayer's Hair
Vigor will remove the cause of your grief
by restoring your hair to its natural color
and therewith your good looks and good
To all who are suffering from the er-
rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc..*■■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 Rkv. Joseph T. In-
an. Station D, New York City. 16.
In which the whole Company, in Fine
Boots, Gents* and Ladies' Shoes,
, will appear
The-performance to conclude with the
agreeable sui prise ot a
Each act to conclude with the Reception
ot Legal Tenders.
THREE PERFORMANCES DAILY!
choice, FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
jpOR THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
Fancy and Family
The Pioneer Grocer of Denison, 309
Main-street, Guiteau & Wal
dron's old stand.
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
JpALACE BEER HALL,
LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r.
CHOICE WHISKY, NO. t CIGARS
ST. LOUIS ALE "AND BEER
Constantly on draft.
South side of Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
HAVE JUST RECEVED
5,000 ROB ROY,
5,000 NEW WORLD,
«W*™l5,000 AFTER TEA,
5,000 TEA ROSE.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
IE OH, STEEL,
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
DAVIS' OLD STAND, MAIN STREET, DENISON.
Are just receiving and opening a first-class stock of all goods pertaining to the above
line. Including everything usually found in such stock.
ALX4 BRIGHT 1NT3I3"W !
Being, deairous to retain the former business of the old stand and all possible to bs
added thereto, will offer special inducements to cash ar.d prompt time buyers, and
would respectfully ask the patronage of the public. < 8 iotf
BAXT2S EXCHANGE, A
jpiRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00
Does a legitimate Banking business. =
Front Seats reserved for the weary and
heavily laden with Greenbacks
DOOllS OI'EN at 7!30a.m. Until 0:30 p. ill.
13 13 im
P. S.—Carriages tnay be
suit convenience of patrons. •
The Palace Beer Hall has been recently
fitted up in a neat and attractive style and
FINE BILLIARD TABLES.
The Wine Room, which has recently
oeen fitted up, is nicely furnished.
Agent for , *
ANHEUSER BEER CO.
Leave your orders with the' under-
signed, or at the ice house, near the rail-
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3". 03. MODOUGALL, Prop.
Importer and Dealer in the Beat Brands of
AND HOLLAND GI
Scotch Ales, London and Doublin Porter.
Special attention given to collection# in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT AN0
On principal cities ot the United States
©HNSCUtI.II*, WO. PKRRY, W. H. SANFOR
President. Vice Prest. Cashier
J. P. Rockwell,
D. W. C. Davis,
E. H. Lingo,
A. H. Coffin,
W. H. Stanford
ui UJ E 52 0
Will be furnished in any quantity.
12 9 tf
Geo. Braun, Agent,
FINfi SELECTION OF OLD RYE AND BOURBON W1
WINES AND CIGARS.
Agen for Anh^user's Bottled Beer, put up expressly for family use.
warrante-J ns represented. ; t A.
,k BAKERY, ★
Main, bet, Burnet and Fannin,
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes cor.
tantly on hand, and will be deliveret
wice a day to any part of the city.
II(9 F. BREWER, Prop
PREMIUM LAGER BEER,
Recelyed the highest award at the Paris Exposition for the
Purest, the Rest and Most Healthy Beer
Manufactured In the world. All orders promptly filled.
GEORGE BRAUN, Agent, Denison, Texas.
Lager Beer Sales:
From the St- Louis RepulKcan, November 5th, 1879.
The official returns to the ReVenue Department for the year ending November lit,
show tne enormous quauKfevM- ip'>.ooo barrels of lager beer sold by the Anheuser.'
Butch Urfwery. The ■ 0^largest brewers in tin Wait. 11 28*
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879, newspaper, December 30, 1879; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327413/m1/2/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.