Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 42, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 11, 1880 Page: 2 of 8
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DEN I WON .
SUNDAY APRIL u, 1880
hair dye if you have "Re- A North Texas Colony to
Planted in September.
The Arch of Titus at Romecotrtmemo From the New Yolk Tribute of
rate* !ftefalllof J«ru^ein. whIA wm. be- i March 28th, we cull the following
sieged and taken niter uenperate resi6t- * « x
ance by a Roman general of that name, interest!i1g to Noith Texas:
Forjudge 27th Judicial District
of Grayson County.
Such Munifloenoe !
Hon. O. M. Hollingsworth was
lately in St. Louis, and while there
was invited to deliver a lecture be-
fore persons interested in education.
He gave, says the Republican, "an
interesting sketch of the school sys'
tem and public education in Texas."
from which we extract the follow-
ing : -
He stated that erroneous impres-
sions had been spread abroad inim-
ical to the interests of the state and
its institutions; the people of the
state have been represented as op-
posed to universal education, and that
there were no public schools. >< To
disabuse the Eastern people ot these
gross aspersions, he visited Boston,
where he gave a lecture showing the
condition of matters. He showed
that public education itl Texas was
coeval with the birth of the republic
and the establishment of the state,
for in the declaration of independ-
ence, in 1836, one of the causes as-
signed which impelled them to the
course, was the failure of the Mexi-
can government to make suitable
provision for free education. After
biiefly narrating the successive acts
adopted for fostering the common
school interests, he said that under
the constitution of 1877, and tne
laws passed in pursuance thereof,
one-half of the unappropriated public
domain was set apart for the perma-
nentendowmentof public schools and
one million acres reserved for the es-
tablishment and maintenance of a
state university and a college or
branch university for the benefit of
the colored population—thus secur-
ing for this fund 1,221,400 acres of
land, 119,906 of which are located
in the populous counties of Grayson,
Fannin, Collin, Cooke, Hunt, Calla-
han, Lamar, McLennan, Shackel-
ford, comprising some of the richest
and most fertile lands in the state.
The remaining 1,000,000 acres have
recently been located in Tom Green
county, unsurpassed for grazing fa-
cilities. As a result of this wise
policy Texas points with pride to
her common free school domain of
17,7x2 acres to each county, under
the exclusive control of the county
school authorities ; to 1,221,300 acres
for the erection and endowment of a
state university ; to $3,500,000 as a
permanent interest cash fund to-day
in her treasury ; to $407,906 acres
for the support of her lunatic asylum
and maintenance of her institutions
for the blind and dumb; to 50,000,-
000 acres as a permanent basis lor
the support of her common free
schools; so that each organized
county in the state—160 in number
—holds in fee simple lands equal in
territory to one-fifth part of tiie ter-
ritory of Rhode Island. Her uni-
versity lands equal the territory of
Delaware, while the common school
lands held in tru6t compose a terri-
tory larger by 6,000,000 acres than
all the New England States com-
bined, and an aggregation of all the
school and asylum lands embraces
an area larger than one-third of the
* The lecturer then gave a rapid
sketch of the distinguishing features
of the new school law now in.force.
Instead of the old district system,
the school communities are organ-
ized by voluntary action upon the
part ot parents without reference to
territorial limits or boundaries.
This secures to parents the great-
est latitude in determining what
school they will patronize. Teach-
ers are classified into three grades—
first, second, arid third, with a cor-
responding salary of $60, $40 and
$25 pei month. The lawful school
age includes all children between
the Ages of eight and fourteen years.
He stated that from 1872 to 1880,
Texas expended upon her public
schools $7,000,000, and during that
period 1,500,000 children have been
enrolled in her public free school?,
and the average school term has
been about four months. Thus,
with the donation of 500,000,000,
acres of land, WQith to-day at least
$500,000,000, as a dowery to the
childien of the state for education,
does it sustain, he would ask, tiie
foul calumny that the people of
Texa* are barbarians aftd opposed
to public enlightenment and public
virtue? ' •
just thirty-seven years after the crucifix-
ion of our Lord, in fulfillment of His
prophesy. Glenn's Sulphur Soap besieges
and takes every household by virtue of
its superior qualifications as an antidote
to maladies which affect the skin, as well
as to sores, bruises, scalds, sprains, etc.
Sold by all duggists. >1 1 y .
Those who suffer from nervous irrita-
tions, itching uneasiness, and the dis-
comfort that follows from an enfeebled
and disordered state of the system,
should take Ayer'sSarsaparilla and
Cleans the blood. Purge out the lurking
distemper that undermines the health,
and constitutional vigor will return.
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, procurejj^supplyj
for thi child. On reaching home and ac-
quainting his wife with what he had done,
she refused to have it administered to thel
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 slecpfl
less night, the mother stepped from the
room to attend to some domestic duties,
and left the father with the child. Dur-
ing her absence he administered a portion
of tne Soothing Syrup to the baby, and
said nothing. That night all hands slept
Iwell, and the little fellow awoke in the
morning bright and happy . The mother
was delighted with the sudden and wonj
derful change, and although at first offen|
ded at the deception practised upon herH
has continued to use the Syrup, and suf-
fering cryinar babies and restless nights
have disappeared. A single trial of the
Syrup never yet failed to relieve the baby,I
and overcome'the prejudices o^h^noth-
er. Sold by all
25 cents a
Prickly Ash Bitters
FnESH o;o on s.
The End of the World.
Speculations about the probable date
of the world's destruction are ridiculous
When a man dies that's the end of the
world to him; and if the reader of this
paragraph is troubled with a bad cough,
cold or sore throat, or 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 of
horehound and Tar, which will assuredly
prevent the complaint from terminating
in consumption, and soon restore his
respiratory system to a vigorous condi-
tion. Sold by druggists everywhere at
50 cents and one dollar. Large size
much the cheapest.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one
See that C. N. Crittenton, Proprietor,
is printed on each packet, without which
none Is genuine. 3 16 d&wiw
A few laboring men on January
16th, formed the Yolk Farming and
Manufacturing association, for the
ptu pose of organizing a co operative
colony. It was proposed that if they
were successful in forming this, to
remove to North Texas, at some
point on the line of the Texas & Pa-
cific railroad. The society hati in-
creased so rapidly in numbers since
its organization, and 'has received
such finaneial support that it has
been setlleU that the colony will start
for Texas the first week in Septem-
ber. ."I I? 'l
Its agents are now examining a
tract of land in Gonzales county,
Texas, 1600 acres in extert, which
has been offered them, fully equip-
ped, on ten year's credit. If they
do not conclude to take this, one of
their members owns 1280 acres of
land in Kendall county, which they
will probably buy. In a conversation
with the Tribune reporter yesiterday,
in regard to the plan of the society,
H. E. Sharpe, its president, sayR :
The colony we intend to settle is
to be carried on by a system never
tried before. It will be more like a
Community than like a colony, though
it could not be strictly called a com-
"How does your system differ from
that of the Shakers or the Oneida
"In the first place it is to be pure-
ly secular. We intend to tolerate all
religions, but to propagate none.
Secondly, we do not carry the idea
of common property as fai as they
They own all their property in
common. We intend that only our
stores, farms and manufacturing es-
tablishments shail be common prop-
erty. The profits of the colony,
if there are any, are to be divided
among the members of the
society annually. Everybody is
to be paid for the work he does, and
will live as he pleases. We recog-
nize the fact that persons have dif-
ferent tastes, and that any communi-
ty which compels its members to
conform to the same mode of life
must inevitably fail."
"Have you any other rules pecu-
liar to yourselves?"
"No. We have a good many
very strict laws; for instance, one
prohibiting that the property of the
society shall ever be divided 5 but
all these have been adopted at some
timeor another by other communi-
"Are you sure that you will be
able to start for Te*as in Septem-
"There is not the slightest doubt
The officets of the society are:
President, H. E. Sharp; Secretary,
W. E. Clegg. The meetings of the
society are held every Saturday
night at No. 207 1-2 East Ninth
r tracting of chills and all malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigorating the
liver, toning the stomach, and regulating
the bowels «ind kidneys.. It Is a prepara-
tion from such vegetable extracts, of
which the Prickiy 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 practice 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 cpnlracted. It has
never failed to effect a cure where the di-
rec'ions, which accompany each bottle,
are followed. '
Druggists are hereby authorized to re-11
fund the money to any party purchasing I
who claims a cure is not effected, provid-
ing the di-ections are followed and the
empty bottle returned. For sale by all
druggists 6,7 '7<)dwiy
W. M. IIANNA,
Wholesale and retail
WOOD & CO.
v "■ V*
HAVE JUST RECEIVED . ^ . ,, . „ ,
1,000 Pounds Still well's Hams,
500 POUNDS BREAKFAST BAOON.
A Large Invoice of Extra Choice Teas,
Invoice of Extra Choice
" .< .>0 . ■ : is' -'. : ' 1
Boneless Cod, A No, 1, Mackerel,
5 7 tf
Fever and Ague. *
The true antidote to tne effects of mias
ma is Hostttter's Stomach Bitters. This
medicine is one of the most popular rem-
edies of an age of successful proprietary
specifics, and is in immense demand
wherever on this continent fever and
ague exists. A wineglassful three times
a day is the best possible preparative for
encountering a malarious atmosphere,
regulating the liver, and invigorating the
For sale by all druggists and dealers
A telegram received from the City
of Mexico announces tlw death of
the wife ol General Diaz, president
of the Mexican republic. All flags
on the public buildings in Mfttamor*
as, in the garrison at Fort Brown
and on the Spanish and Mexican
consulates in the city, were at half
mast Ftidny, as a tribute of respect
to the memory of Mrs. Diaz.
Call at the new store
Cummins, opposite thepostof
family groceries. " 4 4^
of J. H.
AND OTHEBS SEEKING
STRENGTH AND ENERGY.
without thb tJ8E of drugs, ark re-
quested to send for THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, an illustrated jour-
nal, which ib published
for free distribution.
IT TREATS upon HBAl.TH, HTOIBHB, «nd Pbytl;
eal Culture, and in % eomplet« «ne*«lopnsdift of
Information for invalids am! tnoao who Buffer from
Nervous, Exhausting and Painful Diaoases. Every
subject that bears upou h«alth and human happiness,
receives attention in its paqea: and the many ques-
tions asked by wufTerlriff invalids, who have dispaired
of a cure, are auawered, and valuable information it
volunteered to all who are in need of medical advice.
The subject of liectrio llelts vsrju* Medicine, and
the hundred and one questions of vital important*
to sntferiu^ humanity, are duly considered and en-
Anil ftthori who «u(r r from K#r ov« and PhjrilMl De-
bility, Lou of Manly Vigor, Framatwr* KihaaMioa
and tna many gloomy oonaaquancM of «arly ladlatra*
tion, eta., are ••pacially bencBUd by consulting IM
*°Tbo"Ki.KCTRIC REVIKW axpoaoa th« unmltlgaUi
fraud* practitod by quaeka and madical impoitota wko
profeu to " practice Steflicina," aad point"[ out tin
only «af , nimplo, an* affoelive road to Haaltb, Ylgoi
and Bodily Inorgy. ... ±
Sand your adiTreoa on postal card for a oopy, and
%iformation worth thouaanda will baaaat you.
Addraaa, the publiahera,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
COR. EIGHTH & VINE STREETS. CINCINNATI, a
The beet selected stock of
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In the City.
We make a specialty •(
PURE .WHISKIES BRANDIES & WINES
For Medicinal Purposes.
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. 4,i7t
(ESTABLISHED IN 1873,)
or. B. MODOUGALL, Prop.
Importer and Denier In the Best Brandt of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES,
AND HOLLAND GIN.
Scotch Ales, London and Doublin Porter.
FINE SELECTION OF OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, BRANDIES
• ■ vr WINES AND CIGARS. ~C1T" C"T"
Agen for Anheuser's Bottled Beer, put «p expressly tor family use.
warranted as represented.
OENTB AL MARKET,
Main St., opposite Acheson's Drugstore
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON.
The best meats ol all kinds in tl
A. B. GARDNER,
H. L. EMERY'S UNIVERSAL
COTTON GIN, CONDENSES AND FEEDER,
Warranted the Beat.Cheapeatand moat
profitable gin ulna and cleaning outfits ia
■ thousand! Ii ■
iy 01 oni-inrn «in
if and quantity, full
cat Inn with care-
ftppiicnul, by ad?
COUGHS, BRONCHITIS AND
What a Weil-Known Druggist says
about Allen's Lung Balsam.
mothers, It kadi
Oakland Station. Ky.
Gentlemen : The demand for Allen's
Lung Balsam is increasing constantly.
The ladies think there is no medicine
equal to it for Croup and Whooping
Cough. C. S. MARTIN, DruggiRt.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
PRACTICAItJPBTSICIAN AMD SUB KON
Office at Mrs. Berry's boarding house,
Main street, Denison, Texas.
3 11 tf
ANHEUSER BEER CO.
Leare your orders with the under-
signed, or at the ice house, near the rail-
Will be furnished in any quantity.
Geo. Braun, Agent,
ia 9 tf Denison, Texae.
Received the highest award At the Paris Exposition for the
♦ j' y<« " • v*4"""*~• I", t
Purest, tiie Best and Most Healthy Beer
Manufactured in the World.
All orders promptly filled.
GEORGE BRAUN, Agent, Denison, Texas,
•Laser Beer Stales ■
From the St. Louis Republican, November 5th, 1879.
The official returns to the Reveneu Department for the year ending November 1st,
show Ihe enormous quantity of 100 ,ooo barrels of lager beer sold by the Aiiheuser-
Busch Brewery. The returns prove themthe largest brewers in the West. 11 J3tf
Tfll I C1TC tin 0 _B«autlM Colored Picture.
lULL-uAlt ™Ui L% Vsry ingtniotia. 7ftobjt cWto
Rod. StodsUmpfor psoksis. Dr.B.C.ABBBT.Baflkls,R.T.
J M. HILL,
* TAILOR AND OUTTEB,
310 Main street,
Cleaning, renovating and repairing
Shirt* made to order, ttuitinga ...istantl
on hand. . 10-14 tf
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 lound in such stock.
ALL BRIGHT NESW 2
Being desirous to retain the former business ol the old stand and all possible to be
added thereto, will offer special inducements to cash and prompt tima buyers, and
would respectfully ask the patronage of the nd ji|q 8 iotf
Books and Stationery.
B. A. COOK.
j. M SHESDKR.
COOK & SHEEDER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOKS, STATIONERY, CIIROMOS,
TOYS, ALL SHAoas Od ZEl'IIYRS
Wall Paper, &c.
rJ"sHE ECLIPSE STABLE,
JACK GALLAGHER, PROP'R,
The latest Eastern Magazines and St
• Louis Dailies.
|gp*Any Book Delivered at List Price
Muljer Block, Main Street,
DKNI8ON, S0 - . VEX AS.
I t6 tf
Carriages and buggies to let and No. t
teams always in readiness.
accommodations for boiird-
Corner Burnet avenue, and Main St
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 42, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 11, 1880, newspaper, April 11, 1880; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327501/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.