Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 241, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 1, 1878 Page: 4 of 8
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( The Independent say* nea rly all
the cotton in the vicinity o' Honey
Grove is picked and ba',ed. The
season has been remaik.ably favora-
ble for cotton picking.
A Mrs. Carr, of Henrietta, whose
husband is a parson, i<< in luck. She
has just been notified that there
are $60,000 on deposit for her, left
her by a deceased a unt in Kentucky.
The announcement from Paris on
the 27th ult. of \he death ofM. Jean
Pierre Napole on Eugene Chevan-
died de Valdr.ome, the Frence states-
tnan, is contradicted. He is serious-
ly ill howe Ver.
There is a serious revolt of 50,-
000 troo ps in the province of Kwh-
angsi, China, and fears of its exten-
sion p.re entertained, in consequence
of p oor pay and rations throughout
The Courier learns that young
Wynn, who had his arm torn out of
the socket in a gin mill in this coun-
ty about ten days ago, an account of
which, was published at the time, is
still a.live, with lair hopes of recov-
T’nere Was a Texas wedding in St.
Lou is on the 23d. Major E. B. Al-
wo< id, United States army quarter-
raa ster at San Antonio, is married
to Miss Nettie King, a daughter of
R ichard King, of Corpus Christi, the
ct Jebrated cattle king.
The Kentucky New Era says b >
forthern Radicals who profess to sc e
a a solid South danger to the Unior 1,
iTou need have no fears; the South
will not secede again ; there is no o c-
casion for secession, as the Sou th
has no property now for Northe rn
vandals to steal.
THE lttiUD POWER
Been in general use for twenty years.
Everywhere proved the roost safe, simple,
economical and efficient medicines
known. They are just what the people
want, saving time, money, sickness and
suffering. Every single specific the well
tried prescription ofan eminent physician.
For sale by druggists generally.
Humphreys’ Specific Manual on the
treatment of disease and . its cure, sent
free on application to Humphreys' Hom-
oeopathic Medicine Co., 109 Fulton St.
Smith ft Campbell, Agents, Denison,
For upwards ot thirty years Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup lias been used for
children. It corrects aridity of the stom-
ach, relieves wind colic, regulate6 the
bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea,
whether arising from teething or other
cau ses. An old and well tried remedy.
2.; cents a bottle.
Me ssrs. Sanford, Chamberlain th Albers.
(jENTlihen :—A short time since I was-
seveielv attacked with biliousness, which
prostrated me to 6uch an extent that I
wa s unable to continue at mv work. Mr.
Cooley recommended the use of your
Hart’s Anti bilious.Discovery, and after
using it one week I was fully restored and
a m at work daily. Icheerfully make this
statement for the benefit, of the afflicted,
that thev may use your meritorious med
icine and be cured. Respectfully,
C. T. Stephenson,
If you want pure drugs, chemicals, pat-
ent medicines, lamp chimneys, combs,
brushes, perlumery, and toilet articles of
any kind, prescriptions carefully prepared
by an experienced druggist, go to the
Live Drug Store, next to Sherburne’s
Shoe Store, Main street, Denison, Texas,
(Successor to John Kevins & Co*,)
Window Glass, Wall Paper, Carpet Pa-
per. Babv Carriages, Bird Cages,
Carpets, Matting, Mouldings,
Picture Flames, Lamps and
Lamp Fixtures, Window
Curtains. Flower Pots,
• A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full stock of
Metalic and Rosewood Collins.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
nd Aus n avenue. ji-x.
Scribner’s Illustrated Mcgaiine
For Girls and Boys.
An Ideal Children’s Magazine.
Dr. Pierson, a physician of Han-
cock county, Illinois, was called
from his home ostensibly to attend a
sick Woman. He mounted his horse
and before he had gone far he was
knocked in the head with an iron
bat and killed.
Frank Jackson and Henry Under-
Wood, the two surviving members of
the Bass gang, have been chased out
of Dakota Territory by soldiers.
They were within two miles of the
place where Anderson killed Collins.
■The three robbers were together the
■day before Collins was killed. They
are now in a wilderness where it wi ll
be impossible for them long to find
lood, hense they will be bound to re-
turn to the settlements. It is be-
lieved they cannot long evade the
vigilance of the officers lying in wait
It is now estimated that Governor
Robert’s majority in Texas will rot
exceed 75,000, whereas Coke receiv-
ed 102,000 clear majority in 1876.
It is thought tire total vote polled
will exceed that of 1876 by 35,000
votes. Roberts was not the choice
of the Democrats of Texas, notw ith-
standing the action of the politicians
at Austin, who nominated him.
Throckmorton or Hubbard, either
one, would have made a far different
show i ng.
Dr. Young, the great Texas tem-
perance expounder, says greenblinds j
are put up in front of saloon doois
for the benefit of church members,
so that they can be walking leisurely
along and suddenly “flip in” without
attracting attention. Its a little sin-
gular how observing these temper-
ance lecturers are any way. Now
here we’ve been going through the
land in a worldly sort of way for
a quarter of a century, and we neyer
understood the green blind dodge be-
A convention of business men wiH
be held in New Orleans, commenc-
ing on the 3d of December, designa-
ted as a National Commercial Con-
vention. The object of this meeting
' is to discuss the best means of restor-
ing prosperity to the commerce of
the country. Probably the question
of increasing business relations with
our neighboring repuhlic, Mexico,
will come in for a liberal share of
discussion, while the importance of
Central and South America in a
commercial sense will not be passed
over in silence. Texas will he well
First class boarding at Mrs J. R.
Cook’s, on Main street, opposite E. G-
Chiles’ Livery Stable Handsome furn-
ished apartments, suitable for single
gentlemen, or man and wife Special
rates given to transient customers. Table
Mr. J. J. Campbell, the proprietor ot
this old and popular resort, keeps his bat
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
/cigars to be had in the city. Remember
the place—next door to Mason’s cigar
Furnished and unfurnished rooms at
the residence of Mrs. George, on Gandy
s-treet, cornerof Rusk avenue. ni6,im
Mrs. Ballou, the fashionable milliner
and dress maker on Main street, has just
received a nice assortment of fancy arti-
cles for the ladies, misses and children.
Go early and secure best. 9-i2tf.
A Pardonable Pride
Prompts most people to delay, by any
laudable means that science affords, the
evidences of physical decay. Who that
is in perfect heahh would not match the
bright eye, the active mind, and other ap-
pearancos of youthful vigor, with the lux-
uriance, the rich color, and beauty of
youthiul hair? Parker’s Hair Balsam
stands pre-eminent as an hair dressing,
and by its healthful action on the roots
not only promotes a luxuriant growth of
young hair, but unfailingly restores grav
hair to the original youthful color, giving
a soft rich and lustrous appearance of
great beauty, No other preparation so
effectally removes dandruff or stops fall
ing of the hair; its cooling and healing
action entirely curing itching and humors
of the scalp, and keeping the skin clean
white and healthy. It is perfectly harm-
less, exquisitely perfumed, and contains
nothing that will harm the skin or gum
the hair. It is not a dye. and is enequal
ed for excellence or purity. Buy a bottle
from your druggists, W. M. Hanna & Co.
and test its merits.
Nearly every man, woman and child
suffers with these dread ailments, chron-
ic constipation, headache, both sick and
nervous and all the ills attendant upon
such a condition of the system. There is
a remedy, Coleman’s Concentrated White
Sulphur Spring Water. The evidence of
man v of the most prominent men in the
State attest its virtues, and a remedy is at
hand ot which all may avail themselves.
Price, 7^ cents per bottle. Sample bottle
25 cents. For sale at Dr. Hanna’s and
Dr. Williams’ Drug Stores, Denison
Texas. 9-12 d6m
An Undeniable Truth.
You deserve to softer, and if you live
a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this
beautiful world, it is entirely your own
fault and there is only one excuse for you,
—vour unreasonable prejudice and skep-
ticism. wnich has killed thousands. Per-
sonal knowledge and common sense rea-
soning will toon show you that Green’s
August- Flower will cure you of liver
complaint or dyspepsia, with all its miser-
able effects, such as sick headache, palpi-
tation of the heart, sour stomach, habit-
ual costiveness, dizziness of the head, j
nervous prostration, low spirits, etc. Its I
sales now reach every town on the West-
ern Continent, and not a diuggist but
that will tell you of its wonderful cures.
You can buy a sample bottle lor io cents.
Three doses will relieve you.
Messrs Scribner & Co., in 1873, began
the publication of St Nicholas, an illus-
trated magazine for girls and boys, with
Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge as editor. Five
years have passed since'the t rst number
was issued, anil the magazine hat won
the highest position. It has a monthly
OVER 50,000 COPIES.
It is published simultaneously in Lon-
don and New York, and the trans-Atlan-
tic recognition is almost as general and
hearty as the American. Although the
progress of the magazine has been a
steady advance, it has not reached itv ed-
itor’s ideas of best, hecase her ideal con-
tinually outruns it, and the-magazine as
swiftly follows after. To-day St. Nicho-
ALONE IN THE WORLD OF BOOKS :
The New York 'Tribune has said of it:
St. Nicholas, has reached a higher plat-
form, and commands for its service wider
resources in art and letters than any of
its predecessors or contemporaries.” The
Londo Literary World says: “There is
no magazine for the young that can be
said to equal this choice production of
Good Things For 187S-9.
The arrangements for literary and art
contributions tor the new vohimaK^the
sixth—are complete, drawing from
ready favorite souices, as well as from''
promising new ones. Mr. Frank R.
Stockton’s now serial for boys,
“A JOLLY FELLOWSHIP,”
Will run through the twelve monthly
parts,—be-gii-Hiirig with the number for
November, tSxlPfoie firstof the volume,—
and will be illu-frafe^ pyjama E Kelly.
The story is one of traii^l and/.jpdvonture
in Florida and the BaliihO-s. '-’-For the
girls, a continued tale : \
“HALF A DOZEN HOUSE-KEEPERS.”
By Katharine D, Smith, with illustrations
b . Frederick Djelman, begins in the same
number; and a fresh serial by Susan
Coolldge, entitled “Eye brig lit,” with
plenty of pictures, will be commenced
early in the volume. There will aiso be
a continued fairy tale called
“RUMPTY DUDGET’S TOWE R
Written by Julian Hawthorne, and illus-
trated by Ai red Fredericks About the
other familiar features of St. Nicholas,
the editor preserves a good-humored si-
lence. content, perhaps, to let her five
volumes already issued prophesy con-
ernmg the sixth, in respect to short sto-
ries, pictures, poems, humor, instructive
sketches, and the lure and lore of “Jaek-
in-the-Pulpit,” the “Very Little Folks”
department and the “Letter Box” and
Terms, $3 no a year; 25 cents a number.
Subscriptions received by the publisher
of this paper, and by all booksellers and
postmasters. Persons wishing to sub-
scribe din ct with the publishers should
write nair.ie, post office, county and state,
in full, a.nd send with remittance in
check, P. O. money Older or registered
SCRIBNER & CO.,
743 Broadway, New York.
WADDILL& SC HMUCKER
BURLINGTON nl OUINCY
Passengers from Texas and the India#
Territory, going east, take th*
a Be &j Q* Bi R*
Through some ot the finest Towns
Quincy, Ga’eshurg, Mcmlota, Au-
rora, Etc., to Chicago.
BEST & CHEAPEST ROUTE
To ali points
EAST OR NORTH-EAST.
P. SERVANTIE, Prop’r.
The ;nbie always furnished with all
the delicacies of ttie season. Fresh Oys-
ters prepared in all styles any time day
or night. 9 25-tf
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Freight and Passenger Accommodations
Superior to any in the State.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH WAY
Gaud ch go
T M. LEA,
Cor. Gandy st. and Houston av.,
DBJjlSON, - - - TEXAS.
"A IJhryy House, Ncwlv Furnished, pleas-
antly located near the Railroad Depots
and Business Centers. 1-13 tf
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
The most exce'lent attributes to the
success of a first-class hotel are courteous
treatment, a well appointed, cuisine, and
well furnished rooms, ; You can find all
these at the Planter’s House.
Pul I mt) 11 Palace Sleeping Cars
Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and
intermediate points, without change.
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle 111 the State,
RATES OF PASSAGE and FREIGHT
rJ'HE LEE HOUSE,
H. EDDY. Proprietor,
This I louse is well and favorably known
a first*c;lass hotel, both for per-
manent and transient guests.
'YY'HITE HOUSE, X
W. J. BUDD, Proprietor.
(Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,)
Northeast corner of Morgan street and
Austin avenue, and con-
venient to the
No l St. Louis Express leaves
Houston daily, except Sunday.7 130 A M
No 3 St) Louis and Chicago Ex-
press, leaven I Ions ton daily. ..,6 :oo P m
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily, except Sunday.9:30 p m
Mo 4^ St Louis and Chicago ex
'"V^preslSiarrives at Houston daily 9 :oo A m
No, West. Pass. Agent, 101 Clark St.,
F. L. MANCHESTER,
East. Pass, Agent, 417 Broadway N. Y.
A. H. SWANSON, J. WAfiDO.
Gen'! n,UPt. (j p. £ p. Agt.
M., K & T
ENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT.
Wholesale dealers in
K E IK T U C K Y
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Comfort in every respect guaranteed,
and ju ices very reasonable.
MEALS 2o CENTS,
BOARD FOUR DOLLARS PER WEEK.
FOIt STOCKMEN and FARMERS.
Open Day and Night.
GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE'>
St. Louistothe Easl
COMPOSED OF THE
VANDALIA LIME, PAN HANDLE
PENNSYLVANIA J*. R.
The Only Rout# Running Pullman Palace
Cars from St. Loui3 to New York
J T. PURCELL, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oftice: Main St,,
Fourth door east of the Posto-firce,
Residence southwest corner Armstrong
avenue and Crawford street.
9 28 im*
Imported and Domestic
\\ iues, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in
Next Door to the Star Store.
To the People of Denison :
We take pleasure in introducing
to the people ot Denison and vicinity ^
Mr. C. H. Peacock, who will fretn 1
this date have charge of the Singer
Sewing machine business in this city.
Mr. Peacock supercedes our former j
agent, Mr. W. II- Vosburgh. The
Singer office wili be in the building
formerly occupied by the Live Drug
Store, and now partially occupied
by Mr. Lloyd, merchant tailor.
TBARS %>§ ?
It having been widely advertised under
the caption of
‘•America Ahead in Spool Cotton,”
The above represents the Shortest and
Quickest Route from St. Louis to the
Seaboard, turning through one of the
most populous and interesting portions
ot the country, with many large and im-
portant cities upon its line. It passes
through Vandalia, Effingham, Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Richmond, Piqua
(or Dayton), Urbana, Columbus, New-
ark, Steubenville, Pittsburg. Crrsson,
Altoona Harrisburg. Lancaster, Phila-
delphia, Trenton, Newark, N. J., and
Jersey City, on its route to New York.
TWO FA3T EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
On Arrrival of Trains from the West and
DAY-LIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves the
Union Depot, St. Louis, every morning,
and, being a Fast Express, stops only at
principal stations. It has Pullman Pal-
ace Sleeping Cars for Columbus. Pitts-
burgh, Philadelpnia and New York with-
out change, and but one change to Bos-
ton, Baltimore and Washington. It ar-
rives in New York early the next even-
ing. onlv one night out, and gives a day-
light view o’the far-famed scenery of the
I’ennsvvan 1 Railroad.
FAS'! Li sE EXPRESS-Leaves Un-
ion Depot, St. Louis, every evening,
stopping only at principal stations, with
Pullman Palace Cars for Louisville and
That the Jury on Cotton Textiles, Yarns
and Threads, at the Paris Exposition,
decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Prize
to the Willimantic Linen Company for i Cincinnaii, Palace Sleeping Car tor Ch"
“Spool Cotton especially adapted for use 1 cago, and the favorite Pioneer Line of
on lewing machines,” over all the great ! Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping
thread manufactuies of the world, we
owe it as a duty to the public and to
Messrs, f. & P. Coats to announce that
No Grand Prizes were Decreed at
Paris lor Spool Lotion.
We are advised by cable of the follow-
J. & P. GOATS, GOLD MEDAL.
Willimantic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and we claim tor the winners of the first
Cars for 1 olumbus, Pittsburgh, Philadel-
phia and New York without change.
Being the Only Line practically
under one management between .St. Louis
and New York passengers are assured of
through connections, nnd are not subject
to delays at intermediate points incidental
to other lines.
&£“Raggage checked through to all
The Quickest Time is regularly
prize that, as they have established in ! made by this Line, and fare always as low
Rhode Island the largest Spool Cotton - as by other routes. J
Mills in the United States, where their
Spool Cotton is manufactured through
every process, from the raw cotton to the
finished spool, AMERICA, as represent-
ed by Messrs f. & P. COATS, is still
AHEAD IN SPOOL COTTON.
Sola Agents in New York for
J. & P. COATS.
&g**Tickets for sale at all ticket offices
in the West and South.
L- P. FARMER. Gen’l Pass. Agent, i
Pennsylvania Railroad, Philadelphia.
W. L. O’BRIEN, Gen’l Pass. Agent, Pan
Handle Route. Columbus, Ohio.
CHAS. E. FOLLKTT, Gen’l Pass.
Agent, Vandalia Line, St. Louis.
G. 0. BAMDltL.
-p ANDELL ft PECK,
ATT0RNEY8 ft COUN8ELLOR8-AT-LAW
DENISON, - * TEXAS,
WOODS, FEARS & WILKINSON ,
A. B. PERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
SHERMAN AND DENISON.
T. D. Woods and A. B. Person. Deni-
son; S. S. Fears and A. E. Wilkinson
Will practice in all the courts in th*
west. Strict attention to collecting.
jpiRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
Does a legitimate Banking busmans.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, Kansas andTex^is.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUO'HT ANO
On principal cities ot the United States.
‘ "Officers •
OHNSCULLIN, KD- PK^RY,
W. H. SANFORD
J. P. ttpckwell,
D. W. C. Davis,
E. H. Lingo,
A. H. Coffin,
W. H. Sanford,
Real Estate Agents.
JESSE M. COOK,
AND DEALER IN REAL ESTAT E
Gun Block, up stairs,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
J^KONARD & COFFIN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Nelson House Building,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
yy M- H. HUGHES,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
DENISON, . . TEXAS.
H. TONE. j. x. MUHSON.
•pONE & MUNSON,
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
■-ity of Denison and Grayson county,
Office. 215 Mainstreet, up stairs.
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 22S Main street,
Try \ eidel’s imported rum. 8tf
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 241, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 1, 1878, newspaper, December 1, 1878; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524784/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.