Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 66, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1878 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. May 9. 1878.
ing, Denison, Texas.
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1 tin eve.
Boots and Shoes.
H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer
. and dealer, Main street.
UHLtG. Austin Ave., bet. Main
, and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex.
QOWLES & RHEA, Pettigrew’s Build-
O ing, Denison, Texas.
A. JONES, cdr Main st and Aus
r L. NOTHAF & CO., 21a
I . street, Denison, Texas.
fOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed-
I er’s gun shop, Denison, Texas,
r M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison,
< . Texas.
\ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK,
/ Denison, Texas.
MRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison,
LENDOKF, Postoiiice Building,
E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Deni
• son, Texas.
Books and Stationery.
X H. BROWN. No. 114 Main street-
il. Denison, Texas.
>D. C ZINTGRAFF, Postoffice Build-
< ing, Denison, Texas.
« Livery Stables
TACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur-
17 net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx.
N'XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west
’ Main st. & north Burnet ave.
CLIPSE LIVERY STABLE, corner
Main st and Austin ave.
NO C. SWAN, corOwings st and Aus-
TANNA, OWENS & CO., corner Main
1 street and Austin avenue.
Pawnbroker and Jeweler.
► N. BROWN, No. 228 Main street,
V., Denison, Texas.
)ROF. M. L. WERNER. Office with
the Daily News.
/ ' ALLIGER, Next to Aug. Aughlig’s
A \ULIIALL k SCALING, W. D. Eas-
lVA ly, Agent. Deniton. Texas.
TTTELSH BRO,, cor main st and Bur-
VV net ave._ _
JNO. C. SWAN,
FEED, SALE, & EXCHANGE STABLE.
[Formerly Parr's Stable.]
Corner of Owings street and Austin Av-
A. SALE, No. 105 Main street, Den-
IL PIER, Corner Grocery. Main
• St. & Austin ave., Denison, Tex.
MERRITT, No. 121, Main Street
AISMAN & CO., No. 127 Main street,
J. COLLINS, next door to Nevins k
Co., Main street.
H. PORTER, No. 118 Main street,
,RED PARKS, 117 North Skiddy st.,
' Denison, Texas.
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FEED, SALE AND LiyERY STABIE,
Corner Main street and Burnet avenue.
The best turnouts in the city.
Special attention given to
The onlv brick stable in the city, and
the only place wheie a night watchman is
IlOMAS HOFFMAN, Main street,
vENNEY &IIYBARGER, proprietors
* Central, next door to Mayor’s office.
]). J. QUINN, Accommodation Market,
XCELSIOR LIVERY FEED AND
Railroad Ticket Brokers.
■V ILMAN & CANNON, ticket brokers,
Hotels and Restaurants.
PLANTERS HOUSE, corner Gandy
street and Houston avenue.
/'"MIAS. BURCKEL, prop’r, Cosmo- i
V/ politan, 107 Main street.
WHITE HOUSE, corner Austin ave j
V V and Morgan st.
E. G. CHILES, Proprietor.
Nos. 301, 303; cor. West Main street and
North Burnet avenue.
DENISON, • - - TEXAS.
Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al-
ways on hand for the use of patrons.
Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar-
E. G. CHILES keeps the only first
class Hearse in the city.
Central Falls, R. I., Oct. 19, 1877 .
Dr . Stevens
It is a pleasure to give my testimony for
your valuable medicine . I was sick for a
long time with Dropsv, under the doctor’s
care. lie said it was Water between the
Heart and Liver. I received no benefit
until I commenced taking the Vegetine;
in fact, I was growing worse. I have tried
many remedies; they did not help me.
Vegetine is the medicine for Dropsy . I be-
gan to feel better after taking a few bot-
tles . I have taken thirty bottles in all . I
am perfectly well, never felt better. No
one can feel more thankful than I do.
I am, dear sir, gratefully yours,
A. D. Wheeler.
Vegetine.—When the blood becomes
lifeless and stagnant, either from change
of weather or of climate, want of exer
cise. irregular diet, or from any other
cause, the Vegetine will renew the
blood, carry off the putrid humors,
cleanse the stomach, regulate the bowels,
and impart a tone of vigor to the whole
For Kidney Complaint
and Nervous Debility.
Islesboro, Me., Dec. 28, 1877.
Dear Sir,—1 had a cough for eighteen
vears, when I commenced taking the
Vegeline. I was very low; my system
was debilitated bv disease. I had the Kid-
ney complaint, and was very nervous—
cough bad, lungs sore. When I had ta-
ken one bottle I found it was helping me;
it has helped my cough, and it strength-
ens me. I am now able to do my work .
Never have found any thing like the Vege-
etine. I know it is every thing it is re-
commended to be
5 59 4W Mrs . J. A. Pendlton,
Vegetine is nourishing and strength-
j ening, purifies the blood, regulates the
| bowels, quiets the nervous system, acts
j directly upon the secretions, and arouses
the whole system to action.
Evansville, Ind. January i, 1S78
Mr. H. R. Stevens:—
Dear Sir,—I have used your Vegetine
for Sick Headache, and been greatly ben
efitted thereby. I have every reason to
believe it to be a good medicine.
Yours very respecifully,
Mrs. James Conner.
411 Third Su
The Moffet Bell Punch.
An item has been going the rounds
of the press that the Moffett bell
punch was proving a failure in Vir-
ginia, the income from the sale of
liquor having fallen off perceptibly
since its adoption. The following
from a late issue cf the Lexington
Gazette, shows it is a decided suc-
cess, and more than meets the expec-
tations of the most sanguine. We
trust our Legislature will adapt our
laws to the introduction ot this sys-
tem of taxation in Texas. It would
enable ePery city in the State to
cancel their debts in' a few years,
and add largely to the funds in the
The Muffet register has been in
operation in Lexington for nearly
four months. The amount of tax
tor that time is $940. This is a
monthly average of $235, or an av-
erage of $26 for each register, the
whole number of registers nine.
Four Negro Children Burned to
Heath at Tyler.
From the Tyler Courier.
On last Sunday night four orphan
negro children wete burned to death
in a house occupied by Henderson
Howard, coloted. It was situated
on Col. T. R. Bonner’s lot in the
northwest part of the city. The par-
ticulars are about as follows.
Howard aud his wife left the chil-
dren at the house, and went to
church. Soon afterwards the oldest,
a girl about 13 years old, went to
the nearest house for fire to light a
lamp or candle. At half past nine
o’clock the house was discovered to
be on fire. Several persons ran to
it and found the door fastened from
the inside, and the building so near-
ly consumed that efforts to check the
fire were fruitless. Nothing was
heard from the children. It was not
known that the children were in the
Monday morning the President
sent to the Senate the name of Pack-
ard, of Louisiana, for Consul at Liv-
erpool, Alternately fawning and
threatening, Packard has at last got
a place, for there is little doubt of
his confirmation. The fraudulent
President was compelled to 6tand by
the fraudulent Governor when it
came to the last extremity.
In the safest and the best, is iastoataneons in i te action, and
'* proiaces the most natural shades of black or brown, d»et
AoLain the efcm, and is ^asiljr applied. Iti s a standard
Tlk>n, and a favorite upon erery well-appoint*
iTe para lion
let for lariy
upon erery well-appointed toii
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
ANDELL k FECK, upper Main st.,
N. ROBERTSON, No. 227 Main '
B. PERSON, north side west Main
• stieet. near the postoffice.
Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
II 1IANNA, News Building, Main -
Capacious Wagon Yard attached to the
First class accommodations for board-
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY.
, house until some time afterward.
The cost of the liquor thus sold and Tvvo of the bodic3 were found that
taxed, amounts to $20,979 a year- ! night and two the next morning.
This is about four per cent. 011 all j A„ the limbs were burned off. The
the taxable propeity, real and per- bodies were buried at the expense
sonal, of the whole country. It is ; of the citizens Gf tj)e town. It is
more than double the whole county j thought that t|le house caught from
a lamp left burning by the girl.
The ages of the children were 13, 8,
levy (exclusive of railroad tax) for ]
roads, schools, and carrying on the
county government. It is about 30
per cent, on the taxable property of
Lexington district. Now, here is
scope enough for readjustment. If
we can stop this drain upon our
wealth, all other burdens will be but
as a drop in the bucket. If the peo
pie of the whole State of Virginia
drank whisky as we do, the Moffet
register will bring into the treasury
$1,500,000 ; or it the money paid for
whisky wete applied to the debt, we
would Wipe it out—consols,coupons,
peelers and all—in three years.
5 and 3 years.
Headache .—There are various causes
for headache, as derangement of the cir-
culating system, of lhe digestive organs,
ot the nervous system. &c. Vegetine can
be said to be a sure remedy for the many
kinds of headache, as it acts directly upon
the yarious causes of this complaint,
Nervousness, Indigestion. Costivepe:„,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Biliousness, &c.
Try Vegetine. You will never regret it.
Dr. Ciias. M. Di ddenhai-shn, Apothecary,
Evansville, Ind .
The doctor writes: 1 have a large num-
ber of good customers who take Vegetine .
They all spea.. well of it. I know it is
a good medicine for the complaints for
which it is recommended .
December 27, 1877 •
The Very Rev. Bishop McCoskry
has written a letter to a fiiend
Philadelphia, alluding to the recent
charges against him, in which he
braces himself, a la Beecher, as fol-
A miserable vagabond, who has
been in prison, professes to have
some letters written by me more than
five years ago, to a poor orphan girl.
They have been published and I sup-
pose you have read them. The imi-
tation of my handwriting is said to
be good. We go back to Detroit,
as I am too good a soldier to retreat
while a gun is firing. If I am to be
stricken down by the hand oi an as-
sassin, I shah fall with my whole ar-
Successful Sheep Raising
Transit of Mercury.
Washington, May 6.—According
to the observation of Prof. Newcomb
and his assistant, the second internal
contact of Mercury with the western
edge of the sun, occurred at 33 min.
and 5 sec. past 5 o’clock this eve-
ninng; and the external contact
2 min. and 50 sec. later. The plan-
et through the telescope appeared not
larger than a silver half dollar. Gen-
tlemen engaged in the work say
there could not have been a better
day for the observation. Prof. East-
on was at the old telescope at the
National Observatory, and Prof.
Hall superintended the taking of
photographs of the passing planets.
These photographs were produced
by means of a horizontal telescope
Scaled proposals will be received
at the office of the Red River and
Rio Grande Railway, until Saturday,
the nth day of Maj', 1878, for fur-
nishing fifty thousand cross ties.
The same to be delivered on the
line ot survey of the Red River and
Rio Grande Railway, or on the Den-
ison and South Eastern Railway.
For specifications and further in-
formation call on the undersigned.
Jas. R. Chapman,
’ Engineer in Charge.
Denison, May 2, 1S7S. 5'3tf.
To tho Ladies of Donison
And my old patrons wishing hats
and bonnets trimmed, made or ren-
ovated can be accommodated by
calling on Mrs. Vosburg at the Sing-
er office. Will also furnish silk,
lace and crape. Hats and bontieis
Rememb-r the place, Singer of-
fice opposite the postofflee. j-jtf
Prefer Greenbacks to Gold.
St. Louis, Nov. 15, 1878.
We hereby give notice to the pub-
lic ’n general, that Messrs. Eppstein
Bros., of Denison, are the only au-
thorized agents for our Bottled Beer
I for the city of Denison we high-
ly recommend the above named firm
| to the patronage of the public,
i E. Anheuser & Co.’s Brewing
Association. 2-8 tf
ONE & MUNSTJN^’is Main street,
M. II. HUGHES, Main street, op
posite National Bank.
EONARD & COFFIN, Nelson House
Building, Denison, Texas.
J K. NEEDHAM, Opposite National
1. Bank, Denison, Texas.
ESSIE M. COOK, notary public, Gun
Block, up stairs.
R. COLLINS X CO., general land
agents, Denison. Texas.
ANK EXCHANGE, J. B. McDougall,
prop., 227 Main street.
A. BRENNER, 216 Main street.
RAND SOUTHERN, J. Ravnal &
Co., props., cor Main st. k Austin av
ALACE BEER HALL, Louis Libbie,
prop., Main street.
"lyA M. HANNA, No 228 Main street,
1V1. Damson, Texas.
f^EO. W. WILLIAMS, Druggist, Main
A LEX. W. ACHESON, 225 West Main
TT'PFSTEIN BROS., next door Star
T OL’IS LEBRECIIT, 123 Main stree
AM’L STAR A CO., corner Main
street and Austin avenue.
corner Burnet avenue, and Woodard
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR $5.00.
j TC'OR $5.00 you can get, from us or any
X' book-eller, Scribner’s Monthly, -tlie
| best of all the illustrated magazines, for
one year and a half, beginning with the
| magnificent Midsummer number for Au-
gust last, and containing all the chapters
j of “His Inheritance,” Miss Trafton’s
I graphic story of Arim Life ; all of“Roxy,”
Edward Eggleston’s New Novel, a story
of Western life during the political cam-
paign of 1840; and a large partotBove-
son’s novel, “A Knight of Fortune,” the
story of a community of emigrants in the
Northwest; besides shorter stories by
Mrs. Burnett, Saxe Holm. Boyesen, etc. ;
and Illustrated Poems, Travel Sketches,
Essays, Reviews, nearly a dozen of the
splendidly illustrated series ot “Out-of-
Door” Papers, including mam of the best
of the series on “American Sports,” and
on “The Picturesque Aspects of American
Farm Life.” etc , etc. ; including all the
numbers of Scribner’s Monthly from Au-
gust. 1S77, to January, 1S79, inclusive,
and also the splendid Christmas Holiday
Numher of St. Nicholas for December,
1S77 containing one hundred pages—the
finest number of a children’s magazine
ever issued in this or any other country ;
the whole containing more than 2 000
octavo pages of the best and latest illus-
trated literature. SCRIBNER A Co.,
744 Broadway, N. Y.
See prospectus of St. Nicholas in an-
'HERDER k BEEBE, West Main st .
7 south side.
Vegetine is a great panacea for our aged
lathers and mothers; for it gives them
strength, quiets their neives, and gives
them Nature’s sweet sleep.
II. R. Stevens. Esq.:—
Dear Sir,—We have been selling your
valuable Vegetine for three years, and we
find that it gives perfect satisfaction . We
believe it to be the Ixst blood purifier now
sold . Very respectfully,
Dr . J . E . Brown & Co .,
Druggists, Uniontown, Ky.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTO MASS
Vegetine Sold isby all Druggists.
~pD. C. ZINTGRAFF,
Wholesale and retail
DENISON, - - - TEXAS
J~^R. M. JOSEPHTHAL.
Formerly of Waco,
And Oculist of the State Blind Asylum
at Austin, has permanently located at
Mr. A. L Griner, of Del R:o,
Kinney county, was in the city yes-
terday making disposal of his large
wool clip for flic present season, and
visited the Express. Mr. Griner
states that tlie sheep business h is
been wonderfully prosperous in the
west this year. Every one’s fl icks
have increased greatly, and the clip
has been verv fine. From 3,100
evves, Mr. Griner has received an
increase oi 2.919 lambs, all of which
are healthy and rapidly developing
into maturity. He also states that
crops are exceedingly fine. Last
year Mr Griner raised from his
irrigable farm ot 260 acres, near Del
Rio, 7,000 bushels of corn, while
every present indication leads him to
hope for a far heavier yield this sea-
son.— San Antonio Express.
Washington, D. C., May 2.—
The treasury department continues
to receive information of cases where
persons entitled to large sums of in-
terest due in gold have refused gold
and taken greenbacks instead. A
gentleman collecting interest at the
! treasury here declined gold, and
made a special request for green-
1 backs. The saving in gold in this
! way upon the pending payments of
; interest will doubtless be very large,
1 and the expectation of the treasury
| department is that it will hence-
forth make an important element in
the increase of gold for resumption
A Fenian Movement on Canada.
Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder, Babies, Champion, Non
Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece,
at Louis Lebrecht’s.
Those interested in education, and
more especi illy the teachers of our
public schools, should not forget the j
Teachers State Convention, which !
takes place at Mexia next July. All
editors and preachers and patrons of
education, are honorary members of
this organization. The teachers i
have it in their power to accomplish
much for popular education if they j
will only act. and act in unison.
The school laws need some modifi- j
cation, and the people want to be
educated up to the importance of l
gcod public schools.
New York, May 5.—A special to
the Herald from Buffalo savs it is
reported a general movement is on
foot for the invasion of Canada by
the Fenians in the event of war be-
tween England and Russia. In an
interview with Col. Quinn he stated
that there were three Irish compa-
nies in Buffalo, well drilled, officered
and equipped. lie further stated
that Gen. Burke, formerly of the
United States army, and now one of
the trustees of the skirmishing fund,
has received applications from veter-
an officers to be assigned to com-
Womanly Elegance and Grace.
There are few among our fair readers
who would not gladly possess the rosy
complexion, the beautiful form, the cheer-
fulness and elasticity of spirits, that good
health always imparts. Parker’s Ginger
Ton c will restore these femir.ine attrib-
utes to thousands whose shattered con-
stitutions are due to functional derange-
ment. It radically cures dyspepsia, gives
tone to the enfeebled organs, dissi-
pates headache, Neuralgia and nervous-
1 r.ess, relieves painful periods, and safely
I establishes regularity of the female func-
tions. It soothes the nerves, imparts
ease and strength to mothers themselves
and through the milk to their nursing
; babes, prevents the nausea and constipa-
1 tion peculiar to ladies in a delicate con-
dition, and greatly relieves the sufferings
of this period. It acts like a charm on
S the digestive machinery, speedilv count-
eracts the weakening effect on the bowels
1 of excessive heat, injudicious diet, or im-
pure water, and is warranted to cure the
worst forms of colic, cramps, diarrhoea,
dysentary, bloody flux, cho'era inlantum
and even Asiatic cholera if taken in time.
Buy a $1.00 bottle of vour druggist, W.
M. Hanna & Co , or a sample bottle for
15c. and test its extraordinary merits.
Mothers, Mothers, Mo.-iers.
The Woodlief Matter.
Sheriff Noble on Sunday received
from Goy. Hubbard the necessary
requisition papers for the extradition
of Matt Woodlief, at last accounts
under arrest at Fort Smith, Ark.
Since their receipt, however, the
Sheriff has received no further tele-
grams from Fort Smith, and it is be-
lieved the bird has flown, getting out
of the clutches of the law by the
convenient wiit of habeas corpus.—
Don’t fail to procure Mrs. Wins-
low’s Soothing Syrup for all diseases
of teething in children. It relieves
the child from pain, cures wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and, by
giving relief and health to the child,
gives rest to the mother.
Special reduction in pictures for ten
dais at Biown & Wtbb's.
Do you smoke? If so call on
Louis Lebrecht. He keeps a well
assorted stock of cigars, and sells the
' Where he is prepared to 're.it all the D:s-
cases of the L,e.
Address, A. Coulueb \ Cu.» Chicago, j wtf j
An attempt was made in Chihua-
hua, the other day, to arrest the Dias
governor, but it did not succeed, and
the consequence is a number of the
conspirators are in jail and the others
have fleJ the country.
Mr. J. F. Crowley, of Philadel-
phia, we see by the San Antonio
Herald, is arranging to erect a large
cotton factory in tlie Alamo city.
How singular it is that our border
papers are so quiet when the inva-
sion is from Texas into Mexico, in-
stead of from Mexico into Texas.
It’s not so singular, either, come to
think about it; it’s the other ox that
Capt. Tom Smith, formerly of
Le Grand Hotel. Dallas, and under
whose management itgairedso wide
a reputation, lias again taken charge
of it, wc sec bv the Herald.
Mr. J. J. Campbell, the proprietor of
this old and popular resort, keeps his bar
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
cigars to be had in the city. Remember
he place—next door to Mason’s cigar
or e. 4-20tt
Alter this d.ite nil notices ot lodpc meetings,
(special meetings) tributes of respect, obituary
notices over ten lines, and all publications ot this
character will he charged for at the rate of five
cents per line, (which is half rate) for each inser-
ion. Read this, and don't forget. Wo have to
ive and pay our printers, and there is no reason
why we should work tor nothing.
Denison, March 15, 1S77.
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