Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 1, 1879 Page: 2 of 4
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It was expected that the President
would send in his veto \o the Chi-
nese bill .yesterday.’ Suah action on
his part defeats the bill.
It is said that the well known
Brick Pomeroy has gone back to La
Crosse, poor as a church mouse,
and has rented apartments in the
building owned by his first wife,
from whom he was divorced.
The President has signed the
Texas Judiciary bill. Justice Miller
has recommended for Judge of the
new district General Harrison, of
Waco. Texas members of Congress
say they have no idea who will be
The officers of the American For-
eign Anti-Slavery society have sent
a protest to the President against the
Chinese bill. Tins Chinese question
bids fair to create as much hot blood
as did the Anti-Slavery excitement
before the war. Already California
talks about seceeding.
There aie indications that the
Greenback and Democratic parties
in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania
will unite their forces against their
common enemies, the Republicans
In Boston they have united on a
candidate for mayor, and steps look-
ing towards fusion for the next elec-
tion have been taken in Philadelphia,
which is only the initial step towards
like action all over the State.
THB MILO POWER
Been in general use tor twenty years.
Everywhere proved the most safe, simple,
economical and efficient medicines
known. They are ju&t 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 & Campbell, Agents, Denison,
Nearly every man, woman and child
suffers with these dread ailments, chron-
ic constipation, headache, both sick and
nervous, and ail the ills attendant r.pon
such a condition of the system. There is
a remedy, Coleman's Concentrated White
Sulphur Spring Water. The evidence of
many of the most prominent men in the
State attest its virtues, and a remedy is at
hand of which all may avail themselves.
Price, 75 cents per botlle. Sample bottle
25 cents. For sale at Dr. Hanna’s and
Dr. WilliaiYis’ Drug Stores, Denison
Texas. 9-12 -d6rn
Tne Death Rate of
Our country is getting to be fearfully
alarming, the average of life being lessen-
ed every year, without any leasonable
cause, death resulting generally from the
most insignificant origin. At this season
of the year especially, a cold is suen a
common tiling that in the hurry of e/ery
day life we are apt to overlook the dan-
ger? attending it and often find too late,
that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
set in. Thousands lose their lives in this
way every winter, whilu had Boschee's
German Syrup been taken, a cure would
have resulted, and a large bill from a
Doctor been avoided. For all diseases of
the Throat and Lungs, Boschee's German
Syrup lias proven itself to be the greatest
discovery of its kind in medicine. Every
druggist in this country will tell you of
its wonderful effect. Over 950,000 bot-
tles sold last year without a single failure
Hayes is in a tight place. Treaty
obligations and the broad principles
at the foundation of our government
say the Chinese bill should be vetoed
while on the other hand the social,
commercial and industrial interests
of a poweiful state demand its pas-
sage. Then, if he vetoes the bill,
his party will lose the vote of Cali-
fornia in 1SS0, sine. Hayes is evi-
dently in a quandrary, but we be-
lieve he will veto’the bill.
The Pall Mall Gazette says the
time has come when cremation has
got to be considered seriously, and
proceeds to discuss the subject from
that standpoint. VVe have no doubt
cremation will be adopted in time,
but people will have to be educated
up to that standpoint first, hense the
good to result from a discussion of
the subject by the public press. Re-
ligious prejudice has much to do to I can't object, in fact, rather approve of it,
wards delaying the adoption of such ; is wh/L all llie ladies say. Call and see
how it is yourself at their house in the
News buiiding. l,3tf
“ Hale Fellow Well Met! ”
Hale fellows who have been made
yliale and hearty” by the balsamic action
of Hale’s Honey of Horehound and Tar,
have good reason to bless the day when
Dr. Hale introduced this sterling remody
for coughs, colds, sore throat, influenza,
and all complaints of the pulmonary or-
gans, which eventuate when neglected in
consumption . Its efficacy in all cases of
the kind has become a proverb. Sold by
druggists everywhere. Crittenton, Cen-
tral Medicine Warehouse, No. 7, Sixth
Avenue, New York, is the sole proprietor
Prices 50 cents and $1. Gieat saving by-
buying large size. Dike’s Toothache
Drops cure toothache in one minute.
Sold by all druggists at twenty-f.ve cts.
“ ‘That husband of mine’and ‘that aw-
ful hoy’ both know that Lebermann & Co.
keep the best and purest of liquors and a
neat, quiet, orderly house, and so long as
their little indulgencies are confined to an
occasional drink at this tiouse, I really
a beneficial measure, but it will have
to give way. Cremation is required
as a sanitary measure.
The excitement over the Chinese
question waxes hot in California.
On the night of the 16th iust. a large
meeting of citizens was held in San
Francisco, at which a resolution was
adopted urging Hayes to sign the
Chinese bill, urging it as a matter
necessary to the prosperity of the
Pacific coast and
the people. A similar resolution
was adopted at a large meeting in
Oakland. The hoard of Trustees at
Sacramento the same day sent a tet-
gram to Hayes, assuring him that
25,000 inhabitants of Sacramento,
without distinction of party, creed
or condition, urged the signing of the
Why Will You
To all who are suffering from the er-
bill. The Young Men’s Central j rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
Republican Club passed rc.Mu.lon. | "ft® “Jj STSJ
endorsing the action of the citizens you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
on th is momentous question. If
Hayes doesn’t sign the bill times
will be hot on the Pacific coast.
Allow a cold to advance in your system
and thus encourage more serious mala-
dies, such as Pneumonia, Hemorrhages
and Lung troubles, when an immediate
relief can be so readily attained. Bos-
dice's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs. Colds and the severest Lung
Diseases. It is Dr, Boschee’s famous
German prescription, and is prepared
with the greatest care, and no fear need
the happiness of I be entertained in administering it to the
1 youngest child, as per directions. The
sale of this medicine is unprecedented.
Since first introduced there has been a
constant increasing demand and without
a single report of a failure to do its work
in any case. Ask your druggist as to the
truth of these remarks. I.arge size 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
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170 Market street,
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HO, FOR POTTSULLE!
THE FIRST STATION ON THE
Denison k Pacific Bailroail
An Unsurpassed Location for a Commer-
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best agricultural sections in the
State. Well settled by pros-
perous Farmers and
Special Inducements to Parties to Settle!
GREAT CATTLE SHIPPING POINT!
This thriving new town, located ten
mi'es west of Deinson, on the D. & P. R.
R., by its natural location, will com wand
the trade from a targe scope of country.
At this point centers a number of the
main lines of thoroughfare from Western
and Northern Tevas and the Indian Ter-
ritory. Several of the principal ferries on
Red River lie just north and west of this
place, and the roads from each passes
here. It lies right enrouteof the immense
Immigrant travel trom the North and
East, and this will be the first town they
stlike alter traversing tne long route
across the Ii dian Territory. This point
is tlie center of the
GREAT GRAIN GROWING SECTION
and thousands of bushels ol Wheat, Corn,
Oats, etc., will he marketed here. Just
north of town the celebrated “Preston
Bend” ol Red River, will pour into this
market thousands of bales of Cotton,
while the Indian trade from the Valley
oi the Red River, and the Washita, the
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, will be
of the greatest importance. Pottsiille
will be the nearest railroad station for
Martin Springs, Georgetown, Preston
Bend, and ail points in the Western In-
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tablished at once to Tishomingo and oth-
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will be tiie stock business and its attend-
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already built extensive stock yards, and
this will be the main station of North
Texas. At present Pottsville is the term-
inus, and stage lines connect with Whites-
boro and points in West Texas,
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Choice farming lands lor sale in tracts to
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Office at Alamo Hotel, Denison, Gray
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General Butler, in a late speech at
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The Hebrew nation is a nation dis-
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