Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 30, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 28, 1880 Page: 2 of 8
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Judge 37th Judicial District
of Grayson County.
The Courier and
After copying our comments on
the report of the Senate judiciary
committee on the Denison court bill
the Sherman Courier acids the follow-
As there is a manifest censure in
the above respecting Senator Maxey,
we would like for some wiser than
ourself Jto give a satisfactory reason
why Senator Maxeyshould say more
in be half of Denison on this U. S.
cqtyrt bill, than he should say in be-
half of Clarksville, Paris, Bonham,
or Sherman, all towns along the
border of the Indian Territory, and
all having an interest in the location
of this couit sit.e, and all equally eli^-
gible ? In our judgment Maxey has
acted wise, and done nothing more
than an impartial representative of
the people should do, in uot mixing
up in this scramble:for the location
of this court, should it be established
at all, on the Tt^n*.bardeu .
It is not difficult to answer the
Courier's question. Senator Maxey,
(and we will also included Col.
Wellborn) should say more in behalf
of Denison as the place at. which to
locate the court, because the only
bill before the committee located the
court at Denison. -t
We think they should have advo-
cated the measure because the good
of the northern border of the State
demands it. No. one was to be de-
jirivect of any rights or benefit*, and
tfye legjsjatures and influential citi-
zens of the two nations interested,
had petitioned Congress to.passsuch
a bill. These citizens of the Chick-
asaw and Choctaw nations did not
ask for a court at Bonhum, Clarks-
ville, Paris ' r Sherman, but at Deni-
son, a point easiest of access, and the
only place along the bolder that
would Secure the greatest benefits.
Denison is the nearest point to the
people of these nations on a line of
railroad, and it was mainly for this
reason that Denison was inserted in
the kill. We are confident neither
Mr. Maxey nor Mr. Wellborn will
deny th.at if such a court were estab-
lished the ifacts above stated are suf-
ficent to give Denison the prefer-
ence over the other towns named.
But the truth is there has been no
scramble between the several towns
along^ the border for the location of
this court, as the Courier insinuates.
The Subject had not been so much
as broached when the petitions from
the two Nations, asking for the es-
tablishment of the court at Denison,
had gone on to Washington, and the
bill had been drawn up and present-
ed to congress. Sherman is the
only town we know of that either
asked for the court or threw any ob-
stacle in the way of the measure.
Wfren Sherman found out that there
was a prospect of the bill becom-
ing a law, then her people made
haste to defeat it, and if they made
a showing towards securing it for
Sherman it was only another way of
whipping the devil around the
6tump. The sole object was the de-
feat of the bill.
This opposition on the part.of
Shermay ,had its origin in petty jeal-
ousy, or rather fear of business rival
ry. —Her ^itizens were fearful of the
little pecuniary bensfit that might
accrue to Denison through the loca^
tion of such a court within her lim
its. This is the reason Judge Bled
soe and Judge Hare visited Wash-
ington; this is Why Mr. Maxey and
Mr. Wellborn were flooded with
letters atrd appeals to defeat the
Denison court bill, and not because
Sherman or any other town on the
Texas border WMequally entitled to
be named in the bill as Denison.
Our citizens thoroughly under-
stand this whole business, and will
bide there time tu profit by the
knowledge. In this instance the
best interests of the people along the
northern border ot the State and the
Indian nations adjoining have been
icrificeil lo hold Denison back be-
cause she is believed to be a rival to
Sherman's business interest*.' -
Here is the whole secret and no one
knows it better than the two gentle-
men above alluded to.
The End of tb© World.
Spec ulatioi'S about .the probable date
df the world's destruction are ridiculous. ,
When a man dies that's the end of the
world to him j and if the reader of thit.
paragraph is troubled with a bad cough,
cold or sore throat, fcr difficulty of breath- |
ing, hoarseness or any affection of the
bronchial tubes, the best thing he can do
is to postpone the fatal event indefinitely
by a prompt resort to Hale's Honey oj
horehound and Tar, which will assuredly
prevent the complaint from terminating
In consumption, an.) soon restore his
respiratory system to a vigorous condi-
tion. Sold bv druegists everywhere at
50 cents and 'one dollar. Large size
much the cheapest.
Pike's Tootha he Drops cure in one
See that C. N. Crittenton. Proprietor,
is printed on each packet, without which
none Is genuine- : d&wjw
—* • Jw 1
Guard Against Consumption.
Prickly Ash Bitters
H n ^ a\ f
It HO O A A D
That life destoying scourge,
subduing with the aid of
ly suDauing wun uie aiu 01 xm*ci b
Ginger Tonic every attack of Cough, Cold
or S015.Throat. Theie is nothing like it.
Acting'power.fiilly upon the blood and
skin, and the mucous surfaces of throat
and Jungs, it. speedily overcomes tfcese
dangerous disorders, prevents the- deveh
opment of the.dreaded Consfumptioft^Atid
removes all pain and., soreness tro.iji the
lungs. It is wbnderfullv efficacious In
Dyspeptic afflictions ^arcd gives fhe most
comforting relief from Headache, Ojs|re6s
in the Stomach, Nervousness, Low Spir-
its. Wakefulness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heartburn, etc. It regul tes the Bowels,
corrects both unnatural looseness and
constipation and.stimulates the Liver to
healthy action. Bux.R*9«t. or $1.00bot-
tle and tiy it. Sold by all first-class drug-
' ' ' ' . ' •
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Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a, sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cut-
ting teeth? If so, go at once and get a
bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im-
mediately—depend upon'it: there is no
mistake about it. There is not a mother
on earth who has ever used it, who will
not tell you at once-that it will regulate
the bowels, and give rest to the mother
and relief and health to the child, opera-
ting likt. tnagic. It is perfectly safe1 to
use in all c~.ses, and pleasant to the taste,
and is the prescription of one of the
oldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold every-
where. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
wiil prevent con-
_ triicTingrof chills and all malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigorating the
liver, toning the stoipach, and regulating
the bowels and kidneys. It is a prepara-
tion from such, vegetable extracts, of
which the 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 at
jer an experimental practice of 30 .Villus,
at, 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
lor chills wtien.once contracted. It has
never failed to effect a cure where the itjf-
I rec'ions, 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 '7qdwiy
Books and Stationery.
b. A. cot *K.
Father Glynn, of St. Pufrick
Cathedral, Galveston, is dead.
TWO NIGHTS AND ONE MATINCE.
MONDAY and TUESDAY,
March 29th and 30th.
Ladies' and childt-en's reception,
TUKSDAY AT X P. M. ,
The great dramatic event will positive-
ly occur on the above date and no other.
The European and New York success.
Nip and Tuck.
An adaptation and translation of
Adolphe DeEnnery's French Comedy,
"Tricochette Cacolet" in four acts, trans-
lated by John Oxenford, of the London
Times, in which the Renowned Charac-
ter-Comedian, Mr. '
Will appear as "Nicholas Nip," support-
ed by a powerful Dramatic Company un-
der the management of Mr.
Joseph A. Gullick. •
Scenery imported and painted after the
Act I—Grounds a"bout Beaufort Abbey.
The unfolding of the Tale,
Act II—The West Lawn Chamber,
Beaufort Abbey Murder,
Act III'—-Nip and Tuck's office—Three
Turns Yar.d — London—Francis Dash-
leigh's Lodgings—A Terrible Death.
Act IV— 118H
GRAND NIP AND TUCK
8^*Tuesday evening, last appearance
of this splendid company and an entire
change of bill. Two Comic Plays. Ad-
mission $i; back seats, 50 cts. Reserved
seat now on 6ale at Jacobs' Bazaar. The
usual matinee prices.
Claudb DkIIaven, Business Manager.
j. m sheedrr.
COOK & SHEEDER,
Wholesale and Retail Uealers in
BOOKS. STATIONERY, CHROMOS,
TOYS, ALL SHAQ js OH ZEPHYRS
Wall Paper, &c.
Denument and Realistic
. 1 AND OTHERS SEEKING
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE U8E OF DRUGS, ARE RE-
QUESTED TO SEND FOA-THE LLtCTRIfi.
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED J0UR-Vf'
NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TREATS upon W5AI.TH, HYOIENU, and Physl.
cnl Culture, ami is compute enoyelopwdi* of
Information for invAlid* and tnoee who tulraf from
Nervous, Exhausting and Painful I>1humo«. Rvery
subject that bears upon health and human happiness,
receives attention In its psges; and the many ques-
tions asked by suffering invalids, who have dispaired
of a cure, are answeredi, and valuable information if
volunteered to all who are In need of modioli advice.
The subject of BUctric Bulls wriw Medicine, and
the hundred autl one questioua of vital important
to snffering humanity, are duly considered and ex*
Anil nthorx who •nlftr from l rrnn« nndf^iTtlesl Ds.
bilitjr, Ijom of Manly Vigor. Protnnttir* li*lmu Uon
sod the mnny gloomy eonauquancea of uarlv IndlMTo-
tion, ate., r« Mptelslly bancflled by ccuaultiug Ita
*?K"EiECTftTC REVIEW «ipoM« lh unmitigated
hand* by nuaaka mid invdiral impoatora who
profraa to •• practice iri^diciue," #nd pointa out tba
only aafe, simple, and oBfcctira road tu Ilaalth, Vigor
•nil Bodily Bnaruy.
Sand your addrcaa on poatnl card for ft copy, and
^formation worth thouaanda will baaant you.
Addreaa, tha publiahera,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
COR. EIGHTH & VINE STREETS. CINCINNATI, a
COUGHS, BRONCHITIS AND
What a Well-Known Druggist any*
about Allen's Lung RaUam.
Oakland Statiok, Kv.
Gentlemen : The demand for Allen's
Lung l)4Unm it increasing constantly.
The ladies think there is nn medicine
equal to it for Croup and Whooping
Cougft. C. S. MARTIN. Druggist.
Sold by all Medicine Doslers.
3 3 «
The latest Eatstern Magazines and St
5gg*-Any Book Delivered at List Price .
Muller Block, Main Street,
DfcNISON, - TEXAS.
I 16 tf-
1: J V* ' ' • •
Auotion and Commission.
(Opposite Euper's Confectionary.)
BUYS and SELLS
FURNITURE & GOODS
AH consignments entrusted to him faith
tullv attended to.
CONSIGNED stocks received daily.
"PAP" TOBIN, Proprietor.
DENISON, - ' - . TEXAS.
Day board and lodging superior to any
in the city of Denison.
ANHEUSER BEER CO.
Leave your orders with the under-
signed, or at the ice house, near the rail-
Will be furnished in any quantity.
12 9 tf
Geo. Braun, Agent,
mBM GiTC Un 0 _n«ftutlful Colored Picture.
I "OA 11 flu. L% Very ing«nlou«. 7ft object* to
find. y«nU atniup for package. Dr.LC.ADBEI,Duff*lo,N.y.
M 50 brO
« w e* "II
3 S =
•Wo « s=
Vi 7 3
■ ■ J I J T ' V>
HE GREAT sdUTHERN
remedy lor the (jure of scrof-
ula, scrofulous taint, rheuma-
tism, white swelling, gout goi-
tre, consumption, bronchitis,
nervous debility and all diseas-
es arising from an impure con-
dition of tl^e blood.
The merit* of this valuable
.preparation are so well known
that a passing notice is but nec-
essary to remind the readers of
this journal of the necessity of
always haying a bottle of this
medicine among their sto£k of
' Certificates can be presented
from many leading physicians,
ministers and heads of families
throughout the South, endors-
ing in the highest terms Tha
Fluid Extract of Rosadalts.
Dr. R. Wilson Carr, ot Bal-
timore says "he has used it in
cases of scrofula and other dis-
eases with much satisfaction."
Dr. T. C. Pugh, of Baltimore,
recommends it lo all persons
suffering with diseased blood,
saying it is superior to any prep-
aration he has ever used.
REv. Dabney Ball, of the]
Baltimore M. E'. Conference
Soth i says he has beenso ipu£h|
benefitted by its use that he]
chcerf ully recommends it to 'all]
his frini.ds and acquaintances^
1 C' ven & Co., druggists, at^
Gori .isviile, Va.. say it neveij
has failed to give satisfaction.il
Sam'l G. McFaddbn, Mur^l
freesboro, Tennessee, says It
cured him of rheumatism whenl
all else failed.
Rosadalis is not a secret qnackl
preparation^, Its ingredients arq
published on every packagel
Show it to your physician and]
lie will tell you it is composed
ot the strongest alteratives that
exist, and is an excellent blood
purifier. Did our space admit,
we could give you testimonials
from every statein the Southl
and from persons known to evl
ery man,woman and child, eith-^
er personally or by reputation|
Rosadalis is sold by all druggists.
John F. Henry, Curran & Co.
8 college place,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
1,000 Pounds Still well's Hams,
600 POUNDS BRteAKFAST BACON.
French & Co., sgents, Denison, Texas.
WHEN ANY MAN
feels sick with
cold chills, fever flushes, head
ache and general uncomeort-
ableness, and yet
Don't Know Exactly What Ails Him,
Then is the time to take
These pills are made of certain ingre-
Idients that act specially on the liver,
land at the same time expel all impun-
ities from the stomach ana system, aid-
ling digestion and
RESTORING TO HEALTH
|when all other remedies fail.
Take them for biliousness, indiges-
Ition, costiveness, liver complaints, and
all diseases and disorders of the stom-
ach. As a family cathrtic pill, they are
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK
French & Co., wholesale agents,
EAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT
OF TITLE OFFICE. .
J. T. MUNSON,
(Successor to Tone & Munson.)
BUYS AND 8ELLSJEAL ESTATE.
Collets Rents, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, Makes Abstracts of Titles.
THE ONLY ABSTRACT OF TITLES
Office No. 215 Main street, up stairs.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
II 30 d&w tf
UNCLE BILLY BURCH, Prop'r.
Fresh Beef, Mutton and Pork kept con-
stantly on hand. Spring vegetables a
specialty. Butter, Eggs, Wild Game and
Fresh Fish always to be found at the
People's Market. 4i>7t
^IMPSON & ELLERTON,
CENTB AL MARKET,
Main St., opposite Acheson's Drugstore
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MU1TON.
The best meats ot all kinds in the city
A Large Invoice of fiitra Choice Teas,
J~^R. A. B. GARDNER,
PKAOTIUAL I'UVSIOIAN AND SCROBON
Office at Mrs. Berry's boarding house,
Main street, Denison, Texas.
3 ' tf
2 ^ 1 •
Boneless Cod; A No, 1, Mackerel,
5 7 tf
a jgs TWy
Importer and pealjr in tjie Best Brands pf T f
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES,
AND HOLLAND GIN.
* 4. •J,-. *• i •: } a . it A *
Scotch Ales, London and Doublin Porter.
FINE SELECTION OF OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, BRANDIES
WINES ANI> CIGARS. ,f f ^ ^ k
Agen for Anheuser's Bottled Beer, put Up expressly for family use. All goods
warranted as represented. $'30tf
Received the highest award at the Paris Exposition for the
Purest, the Best and Most Healthy
Manufactured in the World. All orders promptly filled.
GEORGE BRAUN, Agent, Denison, Texas,
Lager Beer Sales s
From the St. Louis Republican, November 5th, 1879.
The official returns to the Reveneu Department, for the year ending November ist,
show the enormous quantity of 100 ,000 barrels of lager beqr sold by the Anheuser-
Busch Brewery. The returns prove them the largest brewers in the West 11 23tf
J.P. LEEPER & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CUTLERY, IRON, 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 tound in such stock.
BR.IOHT AND 3VEW 2
Being desirouR to retain the former business ot the old stand and all possible to ba
added thereto, will offer special inducements to cash and prompt tim« buyers, and
wonld respectfully ask the patronage of the nd'3j|q 8 lotf
H. L. EMERY'8 UNIVERSAL
COTTON GIN, CONDENSER AND FEEDEB.
Warranted thn Best, Chonpentnnd most
profitable ginning and cleaning outfits In
t?lilely Introduced (taring the psst twenty years
Into every cotton growing section of tha 8outh.
many thousands In nse, nnd ihnlr Rcncrnl
cxcolleneo and naperlorliy of ont-tnrn and
ylc.dorihu, both In quality oud quantity, fully
Illustrated Catalogue and Prle« 1,1st, dtv
Other vnlnnblo liirorinulioii to nil Intcrrnt-
en In mining nnd innrUeling cotton insl ed
frronnil poNt-pnld, on npplicnllon wltl, .
fully written KO. address of nppllosnt, l>y ud
THE H. L EMERY UNIVERSAL COTTON OIN CO.
A liro fttifl rrllnnlo CroTrlnnn, O.
waoUxl to can vans this and adjotalns oo<uitlea
JACK GALLAGHER, PROP'R,
Carriages and buggies to let, and No. I
teams always in readinesa.
accommodations for bot.rd*
Corner Burnet avenue, and
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 30, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 28, 1880, newspaper, March 28, 1880; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327489/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.