Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 92, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 9, 1878 Page: 4 of 8
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UNDAY.................JUNE q 1S78.
Private dispatches received in Lon-
don on the 4th inst., from Berlin,
tend to confirm the statements in re-
gard to the existence of a widespread
socialist conspiracy. It is surmised
that both Hoedel and Nobeling were
enlisted in this conspiracy, although
neither knew the other. The centre
ot the conspiracy is said to be in
London, but it has branches in Par-
is, Berlin, Rome and Madrid. The
conspiracy has for its declaimed pur-
pose, the destruction of monarchies,
and the establishment of a universal
communistic republic throughout
Europe. Assassination, however,
was not to be employed save in the
first stages of the revolution, and
then only in Germany ; and as Ger-
many was considered more ripe for
the revolution than any other coun-
try at present, a beginning was to
be made there. The fire once light-
ed in the German empire, and there
successfully burning, it would spread
throughout Europe, and kings and
princes would flee before it without
waiting to be killed. Naturally a
large amount of sensational rumor
and speculation is to be anticipated,
growing out of the recent attempts
at assassination of the German em-
peror, but that a dangerously ugly
political sentiment is at present
prevalent in Europe, is not to be
For County Assessor.
this old and popular resort, keeps his bai
supplied with the best wines, liquors and
cigars to be had in the city. Remember
he place—next door to Mason’s cigar
Mrs . N. S, George, at the Northeast
corner of Gandy street and Austin Av-
enue, will accommodate a few boarders,
with or without lodging. She sets the
best table in Denison, and her rooms are
cool, pleasant and well furnished. Re-
fers to all the old citizens of the town.
Silver Dollar, Henry Clay, Infant
Wonder,Babies, Champion, Non plus
Ultra, etc., only 5 cents a piece, at
Brown is closing out the balance
of his chromos and many other
goods in that line, very cheap, at
private sale, and persons needing
any of the nbove goods can now find
some rare bargains by calling at
Brown’s Bazaar. Great reduction
in prices on fancy woik, zephyr,
splints, mottoes, card boards and
canvass. Toilet soaps only twenty
five cents per box.
The interviewer has been with
Mr. Hendricks, and that gentleman
in speaking of the Potter investiga-
ting committee, said he was opposed
to any attempt to disturb Mr. Hayes
in his position. While he believed
Mr. Tilden was fairly elected, still
the action of Congress was final and
could not be reversed. At the same
time lie expressed himself in favor
of a thorough investigation of the
frauds by which the will of the peo-
ple had been thwarted, to the end
that the perpetrators might be pun-
ished, and a repetition thereof be
St. Louis, Nov. 15, 1S7S.
We hereby give notice to the pub-
lic in general, that Messrs. Eppstein
Bros., of Denison, arc the only au-
thorized agents for our Bottled Beer
for the city of Denison we high-
ly recommend the above named firm
to the patronage of the public.
E. Anheuser & Co.’s Brewing
Association. 2-S tf
HOW TO TELL
Genuine Simmons Liver Regulator
Look for clean neat White Wrapper
with the red symbolic letter stamped upon
it in the form of a ribbon gracefully curved
into the letter Z embracing the emblems
of our trade, Spatula, Mortar and Gradu-
ate, with the words A. QG SIMMONS
We are authorized to announce W. P.
Stone as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Assessor of Grayson county,
at the ensuing November election.
For County Attorney.
We are authorized to announce
Chrles R. Crenshaw as a candididate
for County Attorney of Grayson county,
at the November election.
We are authorized to announce J. P.
Mills as a candidate for the office of
Judgs of Grayson county^ at the Novem-
ber election. *
We are authorized to announce S. D.
Steedman as a candidate for Judge of
Gravson county at the November elec-
We are authorized to announce G. C.
Dugan as a candidate for representative
in the next Legislature at the ensuing
For County Assessor.
We are authorized to announce A. R.
Andrews as a candidate for the office of
Assessor of Taxes for Grayson county, at
the ensuing election. *
Sheriff of Grayson County.
We are authorized to announce the
name of W. C. Everheart as a candi-
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff
■of Grayson county, at the ensuing elec-
tion. subject to the decision of the Dem-
ocratic County Convention. *
We are authorized to announce E. G.
Douglas as a candidate for sheriff of
Grayson county, at the ensuing election,
subject to action of the Democratic Coun-
ty Convention, if one is held. *
JNO. C. SWAN,
FEED,SALE, & EXCHANGE STABLE.
[Formerly Parr's Stable.]
Corner of Owings street and Austin Av-
GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE
St. Louis to the East
FEED, SALE AND LIVERY STABIE,
COMFOSED OF THE
VANDALIA LINE, PAN HANDLE
QUALITY AND 8TYLE.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
The Only Route Running Pullman Palace
Cars from St. Louis to New York
Corner Main street and Burnet avenue.
The best turnouts in the city.
Special attention given to
The above represents the Shortest and
Quickest Route from St. Loui6 to the
Seaboard, limning through one of the
most popnlous and interesting portions
of the country, with many large and im-
portant cities upon its line, ft passes
through Vandalia, Effingham, Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Richmond, Picjua
! (or Dayton), Urbana, Columbus, New-
ark, Steubenville, Pittsburg, Cresson,
Altoona Harrisburg, Lancaster, Phila-
delphia, Trenton, Newark, N. J., and
Jersey City, on its route to New York.
The only brick stable in the city, and
the only place wheie a night watchman is
r?XCELSIOR LIVERY FEED AND
XL SALE STABLE,
For County Clerk.
We are authorized to annouuce George
A. Dickerman as a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the office of Clerk of Grayson
county, at the ensuing election.
For District Clerk.
LIVER REGULATOR or MEDICINE
thereon, also observe the signature J. H.
ZEILIN & CO., in red ink on the side.
TAKE NO OTHER.
We are authorized to announce W. II.
Lankford as a candidate for re election
to the office of Clerk of the District Court
of the 27th Iudicial District, at the ensu-
ing election. c.
For County Treasurer.
The great cycl®ne which swept
through Missouri and Illinois last
week, appears to have been phenom-
enal in some of its characteristics.
At one time it moved with a veloci-
ty equal to a hundred miles an hour,
and at another, as described in a pa-
per published in the section visited,
“it moved no faster than a man
could walk, gave no outward sign of
its spiral velocity, and presented the
color of steam to view, although at
times breaking in places and emit-
ting the blackest of vapors.”
There are already sufficient indi-
cations that the Potter inquiry has
gone sufficiently far to convince the
Republicans that they will have a
hard enough time to prove the hon-
esty of their leaders, not to waste
themselves in proving the dishonesty
of such unimportant subordinates as
Anderson, McLin and Dennis, and
the great troupe ot their compan-
ions in guilt.
The Senate gave further consider-
ation to the army appropriation bill,
adopting a number of amendments,
providing for an increase of the
strength of the army to 25,000 men,
abolishing the provision of the House
bill providing for reorganization, etc.
I he house on the 6th discussed
the bill to amend the revenue laws,
Beware of those who know nothing of
Medical Compounds, who put out nos- j suing election,
trums known to sour, and being analyzed
prove worthless and only made to fleece
the public, and to pirate on the well earned
reputation of Zeilin & Co.’s medicine.
These frauds have no reputation to sus-
tain, and will cheat you for a few pennies
every way they can.
See Who Endorses tho Genuinno.
Hon. Alex. II. Stephens.
Rt. Rev. J. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Gen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. S. Senator.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Pierce.
Hon. John Gill shorter.
J. Edgar Thompson.
Hon. B. H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge.
Prof. David Will, D. D.
Chiet Justice Hiram Warner of Ga.
Lewis Wunder, Asst. P. M., Phila., Pa.
And thousand, of others from whom we
have letters of commendation and recom-
It is eminently a Family Medicine; and
by being kept ready for immediate resort
will save many an hour of suffering and
many a dollar in time and doctors’ bills.
Dr. Simmons’ Liver Regulator,
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
We are authorized to announce J. P.
LoVing as a candidate for the office of
Treasurer of Grayson county, at the en-
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.,
Sold by all respcclable druggists,
Wholesale and retail
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For County Collector.
We are authorized to announce Tiiom \s
Hoffman, of this city, as a candidate for
County Collector, at the November i lec-
tion, subject to the action of the Demo-
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.
TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
On Arrrival of Trains from the West and
DAY-LIGIIT 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, Philadelphia 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. only one night out, and gives a day-
light view of the far-famed scenery of the
FAST LINE EXPRESS-Leaves Un-
ion Depot, St. Louis, every evening,
stopping only at principal stations, with
Phllman Palace Cars for Louisville and
Cincinnati, Palace Sleeping Car (or Chi
cago, and the favorite Pioneer Line of
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars for Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadel-
phia and New York without change.
Jf^Being the Only Line practically
under one management between St. Louis
and New York, passengers are assured of
1 through connections, and are not subject
to -delays at intermediate points incidental
to other lines.
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GENTLEMEN’S FINE GARMENTS.
FINE SUITS FOR BUSINESS WEAR
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J? ou no
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FINE SUITS FOR FULL DRESS.
A Magnificent line of
Fine Pantaloons Goods,
The Best Clothing for the Fewest $.
DESIRABLE, STYLISH AND CHEAP.
An Inspection is Invited.
J M. HILL,
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Main street,
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly
on hand. 10-14 tf
Kg-Baggage checked through to all
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
5fjp**The Quickest Time is regularly
made by this Line, and fare always as low
as by other routes.
JfjF-Tickets for sale at all ticket offices
in the West and South.
Capacious Wagon Yard attached to the
First class accommodations for board-
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY.
For Assessor and Collector.
We are authorized to announce M. M,
French, as a candidate for city Assessor
and Collector, at the June election. *
We are authorized to announce the
name ot Arthur Coffin for re-election
to the office of Assessor and Collector ot
Denison, at the election on the 10th of
L. P. FARMER, Gen’l Pass. Agent.
Pennsylvania Railroad, Philadelphia.
W. L. O’BRIEN, Gen’l Pass. Agent, Pan
Handle Route. Columbus, Ohio.
C1IAS. E. FOLLETT, Gen’l Pass.
Agent, Vandalia Line, St. Louis.
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No. 121 Main street,
For City Treasurer.
We are authorized to announce O . E .
O’Maley as a candidate for re-election
<to the offi-e of City Treasurer, at the en-
suing election . *
For City Marshal.
We are authorized to announce W. H.
Winn, as a candidate lor City Marshal at |
the election on the ioth ot June .
We are authorized to announce Mr, |
Wm, Hardwick, as a candidate for re-
election to the office of City Marshal at
the coming election.
We are authorized to announce W. M.
Yocum, as a candidate for City Marshal
at the June election. *
Councilman, First Ward.
and adopted a jarovision reducing
the tax on manufactured tobacco to
16 cents per pound ; on cigars, to $5
per thousand; and on cigarettes
weighing not more than 3 1-2 pounds
per thousand, to $1.25 per thousand.
No. 112 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
The best selected stock of
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In the City.
We make a specialty of
PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES
For Medicinal Purposes.
We are authorized to announce the
name of Wm. M. Peck as a candidate for
councilman from the first ward, at the
election or. the lotli of June. *
For Councilman, Sooond Ward.
The survivers of Hood’s Texas
Brigade will hold their annual re-
union at Corsicana, on the ioth dav
ol July next. The reunion of the
members of Granbury’s Brigade will
be held at the same time and place.
^EO. W. WILLIAMS,
Wholesale and retail
We are authorized to announce J. E.
Streeter as a candidate for Councilman
from the Second Ward!
We are authorized to announce Dr. J.
C. Feild as a candidate for Councilman
from the second ward, at the election on
the ioth of June. *
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE
For Councilman, Third Ward.
There is an effort being made to
get a daily mail through this place
from Gainesville to Henrietta. The
demand for better mail facilities is
greatly felt by the people of the
west, and it is nothing more than
right we should have it.—Montague
We are nuthorised to announce J. H. i
Hopper, for Councilman from the Third \
Ward, at the election on the 10th of j
We are authorized to announce J.
K Daughters as a candidate for coun- ]
cilman from the tiiird ward, at the elec-
tion, June ioth. *
We arc authorized to announce George ■
S. Rowley as a candidate lor councilman
from the third ward.
Each number contains thirty-two pages
cf reading, many fine wood cut illustra-
| tions, and one colored plate. A beauti-
j ful garden magazine, printed on elegant
j paper, and full ot information. In Eng-
! fish and German. Price $1.25 a year;
i five copies, $5.00.
Vick’s Flower and Vegetable Garden,
50 cents in paper covers; in elegant cloth
1 cover, $1.00.
Vick’s Catalogue, 300 illustrations,
\ only 2 cents. Address,
TAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Freight and Passenger Accommodations
Superior to any in the State.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH WAY
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
Full mail Palace Sleeping Cars
DAILY between TEXAS and both ST.
LOUIS and CHICAGO, and prominent
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle in the State,
RATES OF PASSAGE and FREIGHT
No 1 St. Louis Express leaves
Houston daily,...............7 130 a m
No 3 Chicago Express leaves
Houston daily................6:00 P m
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily,................... p m
Mo 4 Chicago Express arrives at
Houston daily at.............. :oo A m
Apply for any information to
G. P. and T. Agent.
A. II. SWANSON,
W. n. PIER, Prop’r,
Main street and Austin avenue.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
'JMIE ALAMO GROCERY,
T. A. SALE, Proprietor.
Deale 1 in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh vegetables always on hand.
No, 103 Main street,
SOWLES & RHEA,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All work in mechanical and operative
dentistry skillfully performed on liberal
II I dw
W. A. JONES,
[Late of St. Louis .]
Office Cor. Main St, and Austin Avenue.
4-2S -’7S - tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
For Councilman, Fourth Ward.
: Y^ENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
Next door to Mayor's office,
DENNEY & HYBARGER, Props,
j Sausage Meat, Sausage, Head Cheese,
Office—North side West Main street,
a tew doors below the Postoffice,
LAURIE & McCLATCHEYS
DOMRSl’Tr; ws nin\F.. W
The wool clip this year seems to
be simply immense. It is now da -
ly pouring into Austin as it never
lias before. The wool receipts, it is
c timated, will be five times great-
er this year than anv previous sea-
Eighth Edition; 1044 pp.;
large 8vo., half Morocco ; price $ft. Boertckk A Tarsi., Kew
York, Pblla. and New Orleans.
Tbl« la tho mn*t complete and comprehensive werk on the
■object in the English language. It rives a coBriee description
ofdiaoaeaBand their tu-Rtraopathic treatment. Of the art .rt uni
work of Dr. Laurie 21,000 copies are In circulation In England.
I)r. MeClatcliey ad-lei the indigenous American Remedies and
thus brought It np to date. Of this Improved American edition
tho F.i.iiiTH has Jnal been issued within six year*, which fact
■peaks volume* In ite favor. A complete Bet of im Remedies,
In vints hoi ding over 5® d'-sea each, is furnifhed for $13, or la
vlnl* holding over lftO doses for $18. Book and box complete
't $17 and $2X, respectively.
Send stamp f«*r descriptive
We are authorized to announce W. B.
Boss as a candidate for Councilman from
the Fourth Ward, at the election on the
ioth of June.
We are authorized to announce Dr.
T. N. Cutler as a candidate for Coun-
cilman from the Fourth ward.
Blood and Liver Worst, and
FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS,
MULLHALL & SCALING,
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS,
EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL.
liberal advances on Con-
And of the best quality, kept constantly
trlptlve current of this and other hooks
a list for Vktkrinary nse, fi
Just oprnvd at 130 (’a*ax. Ft. . whoro
taxnp f«*r <
nnd m-.es, inrludiup a list for Vktkrinaht nse, from 8*
aj wards. Address, Bokricrk A Tarsi.,
matt, 145 Grand Rt.,N- Y. (KtMAitked in 1
QHEEDER & BEEBE,
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
|"M A1 *1. I . , WI1CIU
■ uppliesof their Medicines,
obtained at Ntv
fti surh In New Oki.kans
with Books and C.i»
Bteri-k* * TaJ*l rained THE
wnrdti t* *ht PhilaAeiphur E+p-j*i
MINTIO’V WHUf? TOV SAW THIS AQVSKTIjrMEM
')SL r C rttri
■ r Urn WUr.
i;yl Frit* U. tnl
jritn ie JkfttiKtm*.
A full assortment of all goods in our
line always on hand. Breech and muzzle
loading guns for rent. Repairing neatly
and promptly done. W; i t Main street,
south side, Deni-on T -.*_-
T~^R. M\ JOSEPHTHAL,
Formerly of Waco,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 227 Main street,
- I). EASLY, A"(*»l,
G. C. KANDF.LL.
W. M. I-KCK.
And Oculist of the State Blind Asylum
at Austin, has permanently located at
AN DELL & PECK,
SWSAr awaken™ b
Where he is prepared to fren’ all the Dis-
ease., ot the Eje.
This interesting book contains a com-
turts by the most prominent advocates ot
the cause. In addition to this it has the
GreaL Controversy between Roman-
’ 1®r!J1aml Protestantism, also the life
o Pope Pius IX. Three books in one,
profusely illustrated. Bv eminent BUI,.
?^S’ W,SL Rabbis, Doctors of Divinity
Jc-, Yc. The book for the Times!
.ecure territory at once. Address, An-
; * “Wishing Co., 305 Locust Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
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