Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 183, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 4, 1879 Page: 2 of 4
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SATURDAY........OCTOBER 4. 1&79
The steamship Ffsnc*, trom
France, brought over this week
$600,000 in twenty franc pieces.
Fred A. Plaisted, the American
oarsman, has challenged Wallace
Ross, of St. John, Newfoundland,
for a two mile sculling race on Sil-
ver Lake for $500 a side.
By order of the governor of Kars,
all American parish schools existing
under the Turkish government have
It was said yesterday by an old
confederate soldier that General
Maxey was the only brigadier he
ever saw that would get down from
his horse and offer it to a private to
ride Upon.—Austin Statesman.
What has become of the wonder-
ful Mejada mines? Can’t the San
Antonio papers make up a little
news from there for the benefit of
the interior papers? The people be-
gin to lose faith.
A* an eleeant hair dressing stands
P..rker’s Hair Balsam, deservedly popu-
lar tor the beautilul hair It produces, and
its clensing and healing properties.
Commencing at the roots, it promotes a
luxurient growth, original youthful color
giving a soft, rich and lustrous appear-
ance of great beauty. It is pleasantly
cooling to the scalp, clenses it from
dandruff, cures itching and humors, and
stops falling of the hair. It is perfectly
harmless, exquisitely perfumed, never
soils the skin or gums the hair, and
pleases everybody by its many excellent
and attractive qualities. A patron as-
sures us lie has used twelve digerent hair
pieparations, and that Parker’s Hair
Balsam surpasses them ail. Sold in
large bottles at only 50 cents aud $1.00
by all first-class druggists.
The total attendance at the late
Kansas City fair was over 100,000;
over 40,000 being present on Thurs-
day, the “big day but the display,
it is said, was very poor for that rich
From Mr. B. D. Atwell, of Mes-
quite, who has seen a letter from the
survivors, a Dallas Herald-Commer-
cial reporter learns that a party of
hunters were attacked on the 7th
ultimo,west of Hillsboro, New Mexi-
co, by Indians, in which seyenteen
persons, were killed. H. J. Green,
from Mesquite, was among the
killed. Donaeld Hinckley, of Dal-
las, was with the party, but made
good his escape.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given that by or-
der of the city council of the city of
Denison, all property on which
taxes have not been paid for the year
1878, will be sold fer taxes on the
1st Tuesday in November next, it
being the 4th day ot said month.
The penalty for, advertising and
other costs wiil accrue on and atter
the 4th day of October next.
J. P. Thompson,
Assessor and Collector.
Denison, Sent. 5, 1879- 9 20
Well! Did You Ever?
Leeper sells cooking stoves that
don’t burn wood or make any smoke.
No flew required. The coal oil
stove does the business. Try one.
9 2S ivv
Rooms to rent, with or without board,
by Mr* Warren, corner of Gandy street
and Austin avenue. 9 23 1111
The Agrarian agitation in Ire-
land which is assuming huge propor-
tions and threatens to bring on blood-
shed, is a happy hit for the English
astrologers, such as Zadkiel and
Raphael, who publish prophetic al-
manacs. They predict something of
the sort about this time from the 1 -.........-r—■-■ .7, ■ r °
I and got into a dispute with a policeman
transit of mars through taurus, the ; regarding the number of glasses of beer
"rulins sign” of Ireland. Mars ! he had taken. As a blood purifier there
0 “ ! is nothing like Rosadalis, the great
Southern Remedy. Soothes the hot blood
with a magic touch.
Townsley’s Tooth Anodyne cures in
one minute. French & Co., wholesale
agents, Denison, Texas.
Your Life is at Stake.
There is no question about it. Who-
ever neglects a cough or cold, does so at
the risk of his or her life. To-day it may
be easily controlled; next week the lungs
may be lull of tubercles. Think of this.
Do not rush willfully to a consumptive's
grave. Remember that a few doses of
Hale’s Honey of Horehound and tar will
cure any cold or cough, if taken early
enough. Remember also that there is a
time when all medication is “too late!”
“too late!” Sold by all druggists at 50c,
and $1—the large 'size being much the
J, M. Edwards, Riverhead, L. I writes :
Hale’s Honey of Horehonnd and Tar and
Pike’s Toothache Drops have a good sale
are staple as wheat, and reliable.
Pike’s Toothache Drops cure in one
One of of the Bloods
Of Boston recently went to Chicago
Prickly Ash Bitters
-"pHESI BITTERS wiil prevent con-
X trading of chills and all malarial dis-
eases if properly used, by invigorating the
liver, toning the stomach, 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 af
ter an experimental practice of 3° 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 pu(p 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 contracted. It has
never failed to effect a cure where the di-
rections. 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 ’7odwiy
Scribners. Monthy I D I CCDCD 0. P(|
Conducted by J. G. Holland. | g gg
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST. XAVIER
Will be given in Denison by the ladies
of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, on the
evenings of October 28th, 29th, 30th and
1st. Everybody is invited. 9 2itf
will begin to retrograde in the sign
in a few days, which, according to
these prognosticators, will bring
many woes in its train.
Kearney on the Situation.
Some one having sent a dispatch
Saddles and Harness.
J. L. Nothaf&Co.,
HARNESS,BRiDLES & COLLARS,
No .212 Main st.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
Sole manufacturers of
LEHMAN & NOTHAF’S
PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE
The best in use for stockmen.
”Y£RS. BROWN & BALDWICK,
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING,
(At Singer Sewing Machine Office)
Ten Cent Barber Shop.
Melzer Bros’, is the only first class bar-
ber shop in the city. They have the best
’ “ fitted up
Have just received a new, and the best
selected stock of goods ever brought to
this city. 9 i8tf
to Dennis Kearney for his opinion j equipped and most elegantly ------
c ., .... 1 I bath rooms in the city. They have three
of the political outlook in California, j cjla|r$ ;n Opt.rati0n, and solicit the pat-
the chief of the Sand Lots replied as 1 -------£ ----u,:- r"-‘ ‘u"~ -
Your dispatch asking my opinion
of the result of the election is at
hand. Here it is :
The industrial classes have won a
substantial victory over the wily and
audacious hordes of tyranny.
We have also routed and mashed
the most corrupt city government
that ever existed outside the Tweed
The republican party is in a hope-
less minority. The blue-blooded
democrats swallowed the lepublican
ticket, and voted it straight. “Any- j
thing,” they said, “to defeat the .
workingmen ! And the democratic |
party is a thing of the past in this
In this city we have gained over
6,000 voles since our first election.
We have elected our mayor, sher-
iff, auditor, public administrator,
county clerk, twelve superior judges,
district and city and county attor-
neys, and nearly all the principle city
As soon as the official count is an-
nounced we will move lor a recount
—for fraud has been committed. I
feel positive that the recount will
give us all the city officers.
In the State, we hold the balance
of power in the Legislature.
We have elected six out of seven
supreme judges, including Chief
Justice Robt. F. Morrison, who
holds office for the next twelve years.
We have likewise elected two of
our three Railroad Commissioners.
ronage of the public. Give them a call,
on Main street, opposite the News office.
| To all who are suffering from the er-
i rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
i weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
i etc.. I will send a recipe that will cure
I you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
I in South America. Send a seif-address-
ed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. In-
! man. Station D, New York City- 16-
Auction and Commission.
To introduce into every County in
THE HISTORY OF THE BIBLE.
The best work to sell that has ever been i subscribe
published. Splendid Premium offered to 1 •
every subscriber. For particulars and
terms apply at once to
Tho Henry Hill Publishing Co.,
41, 43 and 45 Shetucket st. Norwich, Ct.
9 24 tf d&w
The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine iri
Th* American edition of this periodical
MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY,
And has a larger circulation in England
than any other American magazine. Ev-
ery number contains about one hundred
and fifty pages, and from fifty to serenLy-
fire original wood-cut illustrations.
“HAWORTH’S,” a seiial novel, by
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnet*, autitorof
“That Lass o’ Lowrie’s.” The scene
of Mrs. Burnett’s new novel is laid in
Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor
ol American birth.
FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by II.
II. Boyesen, author of “Gunnar,” “Ihe
Man who Lost his Name,” &c. In this
romance, the author graphically describes
the peculiarities of Norse immigrant lile
in a Western settlement.
A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by
Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu-
sion or “Falconberg.” This story will
exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou-
isiana about the years 1803-4-5, the time
of the Cession, and a period bearing are-
markable likeness to the present Recon-
PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN PO-
ETS. This series (begun in August with
the portrait of Bryant) will be continued,
that of Longfellow appearing in Novem- 1
her. These portraits are drawn by 1 i
Coif. They will be printed separately on
tinted paper, as frontispieces of four dil- j
(erent numbers. Illustrated sketenes of
the lives of the poets will accompany these
STUDIES IN THE SIERRAS.—A
series of papers (mostly illustrated) by
John Muir, the California naturalist. The
most graphic and picturesque and, at the
same time, exact and trustworthy studies
ol “The Californfa Alps” that have yet
been made. The series will sketch the
California Fasses, Lakes, Wind Storms
A NEW VIEW OF BRAZIL.—Mr.
Herbert H. Smith, of Cornell University,
a companion of the late Prof. Hartt, is
now in Brazil, with Mr. J, Wells Champ-
ney (the artist who accompanied Mr. Ed-
ward King in his tour through “The
Great South”), preparing lor Scribner
a series of papers on the present condi-
tion,—the cities, rivers and resources of
the great empire of South America.
THE “JOHNNY REB” PAPERS, by
an “ex-confederate” soldier, will be
among the raciest contributions to Scrib-
ner during the coming year. They are
written and illustrated by Mr. Allen C.
Redwood, of Baltimore.
THE LEADING EUROPEAN UNI-
VERSITIES. We are now haring pre-
pared for Scribner, articles on the lead-
ing Universities of Europe. They will be
written by an American College 'rotes-
sor, Mr. II. H. Boyesen, of Cornell (au-
thor of “Falconberg,” etc.,) and will in-
clude sketches of the leading men in each
ot th most important Universities of
Great Britain and the continent.
Among the additional series of papers
to appear, may be mentioned those on
How Shall we Spell (two papers by Prof.
LounsbURY,) The New South, Lawn-
Planting for Small Places, by (Samuel
Parsons, of Flushing,) Canada or To-
day, American Art ard Artists, American
Archaeology, Modern Inventers; also Pa-
pers ot Travel, History, Physical Science,
Studies in Literature, Political and So-
cial Science, Stories and Poems; “Topics
of the time,” by Dr. J. G. Holland;
record of New inventions and Mechanical
Improvements; Papers of Education,
Decoration, etc.; Book Reviews; Fresh
Bits of Wit and Humor, etc., etc.
TERMS, $4.00 a Year in Advance; 85
Cents a Number.
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and state, in full, and send with remit-
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WHOLESALE ANfo RETAIL DEALERS IN
CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
DAVIS’ OLD STAND, MAIN’STREET, DFNISON.
Are just receiving and opening a first-class stock of all goods pertaining to the above
line. Including everything usually lound in such stock.
AI.L BR.IOHT AISTO NEW !
Being desirous to retain the former business ot the old stand and all possible to b*
added thereto, will offer special .inducements to cash nr.d prompt time buyers, and
would respectfully ask the patronage of the public. 8 lotf
(ESTABLISHED IN 1S72.)
IGL 3VCoX>OXJ Cdt^.3LjXj,
Importer and Dealer in the Best Brands ot
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISK I ES,-
AND HOLLAND GIN,
Scotch Ales, London and Doublin Porter.
FINE SELECTION OF OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, BRANDIES,
WINES AND CIGARS.
Agent for A nheuser’s Bottled Beer, put up sxpresily tof family use. All goads
warranted as represented. 8 3'otf
J P. QUINN.
SCRIBNER & CO 743 & 745 Broadway,
(Opposite Euper’s Confectionary .)
BUYS and SELLS
FURNITURE & GOODS
Books and Stationery.
B. A. COOK,
Toys, Wall Paper, Etc.
206 Muller Block
7 11 tt
\V. M. IIANNA,
Wholesale and retail
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
The best selected stock of
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In the City.
We make a specially of
PURE WHISKIES BRANDIES & WINES
For Medicinal Purposes.
All consignments entrusted to him faith-
fully attended to.
CONSIGNEDSTOCKS RECEIVED DAILY.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Whereas, John Brown and Karolina
Brown on the 13th day of November,
1S75, made, executed and delivered to tne
' .......77 ~ . j their certain deed of trust of the same
\V e .ost our Congressman, owing : 3ate, conveying to me lot No. thirteen
lo various combinations. But at the ;n block No. thirty-nine (39) in the
next election we are certain to elect city ot Denison, in Grayson county,
every man 0.1 our ticket. Texas; which deed was duly recorded in
Heel delighted at the result. The a
rapid stiides we aie makingought to ccrtain promissory note therein described
* ' * * e . . . 1. . . .. J .. ..1 M n ,1 I. fi .( ,1 1 i V V - kl nlll
219 Main street.
enthuse and cement the working-
men of the Atlantic States.
We must hold a National Conven-
tion. We must all unite on a candi-
date to defeat the nominee of the mo-
nopolists. The Irish World ought
to agitate the holding of a National
Here in California, we propose to
cast our electoral ballots for the
Wo; kiiuime't’s candidatu for Presi-
for one hundred and fifty dollars. Said
i note has long since keen due, and is still
| unpaid. Now therefore, at the request
ol the legal holder of said note, I will, on
I the 4th day of October, 1S79, in front of
the post office door in Denison, between
the hours of 10 o’clock a, m. and 3 o’clock
I p. m. on said day, proceed and sell to the
highes t bidder for cash, at public sale,
! the above described property for the pur-
pose of paving said note and the cost ol
executing this trust.
Witness my hand this 1 ith day of Sept,
j 1879. Louis. LtBRK.uir,
A NEW EXCITING BOOK
Bristling with the Wild Adventures of J
J^OR IT IE CHEAPEST AND BEST
Fancy and Family
— GO TO—
The Pioneer Grocer of Denison,
Main-street, Guiteau & Wal
dron s old stand.
; DENISON, - - TEXAS
Keeps constantly on
hand a large supply ol<ie3i
Beef, Mutton, Po rk, Sau-
sage, «tc. 8 1 tf
THE NEW WILSON
Is wonderful in Its conception, un*
procodonted for doing a targe range of
sewing in textile fabrics and leather. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of an
extraordinary rate of speed, either by
steam or foot power. Every motion of the
treadle makes six stitches, thus produc*
Ing about one-third moro work In a day
than other Sewing Machines. It has no
stop motions, and tightens the stitoh with
the needle out of the fabrio. It uses the
well-known Wilson Compound Foed on both sides of the needle. It
has two-thirds less parts than any other first-class Sewing Machine.
Its arm is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and one-half
inches high, and the whole Machine is very compactly and scien*
tiflcally constructed in proportions, elegance, design and appear*
anco. Its simple, powerful and perfect mechanism places it as far
in advance of all other Sewing Machines as the telephone is superior
to the tin speaking tube. The WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing all kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur*
nished FREE with all WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together with
a Tucker, RufTlor, Corder, Set of Hammers, Binder, etc. Prices fur*
nished with freight charges prepaid, and machines furnished on
trial to responsible parties, to be used with steam-power, In places
where we have no agents. Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List, No. 230.
Address WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A.
R. TERRELL, Agent, at Lea’s Furniture Store.
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In the rV.tr cf his store will be found an
elegant bar, supplied with the best Wines
Liquors and Cigars, which will be served
to customers by Mr. Bartee, the cham-
pion compounder of mixed drinks.
7 25 tf
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Mof/Cf JD pure.
FDR PARTICULARS NUMBER ON ADDRESS!
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i/tftl. AI .*» Birins, Shot-Guns, etc., at
A. We Beat them all lit prices and
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LITTLEFIELD, Western Agent,
great It/-reduced prices. We bent them
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WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
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Wanted. Most liberal terms, hut nothin* sent free.
Addrub* S. S. Wood, Tribune building, Wcw York City.
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which we will deduct from first
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 183, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 4, 1879, newspaper, October 4, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525133/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.