Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 120, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1878 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, July i i, 1878.
ing, Denison, Texas.
(^OWLF-S & RHKA, Pettigrew’s Build
Boots and Shoes.
TIT It. SHERBURNE, manufacturer
1VX • and dealer, Main street.
A UHLIC. Austin Ave., bet. Main
Iand .Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex.
T L. NOTI1AF & CO.
«J « street, Denison, Texas.
"IOIIN II. LLOYD, next door to Sliced-
J er’s gun shop, Denison, Texas.
T M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison,
TN ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK,
L/ Denison, Texas.
THIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison,
LENDORK, Postolliee Building,
E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Deni
• son, Texas.
Pawnbroker and Jeweler.
. BROWN, No.
TT N. BROWN, No. 228 Main street,
gllEEDER & BEEBE, West Main st ,
M. MILLS & SON, 430 Mainst.
]_}ROF. M. L. WERNER. Office witli
JL the Daily News.
Dyer and Scourer.
/ ' ALLIGER, Next lo Aug. Aughlig’s
V_z. Denison, Texas.
AyriJLIIALL & SCALING, W. D. Eas-
iVX ly, Agent. Denison, Texas.
The United States postal depart- What a Mexican V/ar Would He*
ment is managed by a lot of old fossils
~\/r \\( j } ff PA work called The Postal Guide,
I never shall
Forgot the first Dose.
The New Orleans Times of the
giving the names of the postoflices 2d ins!, says: “ Any one who sup-
in the United States, invariably gives poses that a war with Mexico will
the termination “lnirg,” burgh prove a mere bagatelle is making a
and “boro,” borough, although | vc,7 B™*0™ mistake. It will
■ ’ 0 rniitvi /i-icf Tran
ough” is not Anglo-Saxon. Such
pedantic foolishness is disgusting.
Books and Stationery.
IL BROWN, No. I14 Main street-
1 Denison, Texas.
ACK GALLAGHER’S. Corner Bur-
net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx.
TXCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west
It Main st. Si north Burnet ave.
CLIPSE LIVERY STABLE, corner
Main st and Austin ave.
L. LEDRICK, 128 Main st., Den-
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New Orleans mint, which is to he
reopened—that office to pu rchase al]
Mexican coin offered at its bullion
value, for the purposes of recoining
r ANNA, OWENS & CO., corner Main
L street and Austin avenue.
/T' A. SALE, No. 105 Main street, Den-
X • ison, Texas.
Alt IL PIER, Corner Grocery. Main
VV • St. Si Austin ave., Denison, Tex.
TT MERRITT, No. 121, Main Street
XX. Denison, Texas.
f ’AISMAN & CO., No. 127 Main street,
V-T Denison, Texas.
J. COLLINS, next door to Nevins Si
Co., Main street.
Mr. II. R. Stevens:—
Dear Sir,—I have been a great sufferer
from dropsy. I was confined to iny house
more than a year. Six months of the
time 1 was entirely helpless. I was oblig-
ed to have two men help me in and out
of bed. 1 was swollen 19 inches larger
than 1114 natural si/.e around my waist. I
suffered nil a man could and live. 1 tiled
all remedies for Dropsy. 1 had three dif-
ferent doctors. My friends all expected I
would die: many nights I was expected
to die before morning. At lastVegetine
was sent me by a triend. I never shall
forget 1 lie firpt dose. I could realize its
good effects from day to day; I was get-
ting better. After J had taken some live
or six bottles I could sleep quite well .
nights. I began to gain now quite fast. I into otlf own dollars.
After taking some ten bottles, I could
walk from one part ol my room to the j
other. My appetite was good; the drop-
sy had at this time disappeared. I kept
taking tiie Vegetme until I regained my
usual health. I heard of a great many
cures by using Vugetine after I got out j
and was able to attend to my work. I
am a carpenter and builder. I will also :
say it has cured an aunt of my wife’s of
Neuralgia, who had suffered for more
than twenty years. She says the has not
had any neuralgia for eight months. I
have given t to one of my children for j
Canker lluinor. I have no doubt in my
mind it will cure any humor; it is a great
cleanser of the blood; it is safe to give a j
A monkeyish letter—ape X.—
Keokuk Constitution. A sharp let-
ter—keen O.— Cincinnati Saturday
Night. A noisy letter—-blue J. A
working letter—busy 11. A disfig-
ured letter—black I. A game letter
—billiard Q. — Philadelphia Bullc-
re- tin. Observing letters—1. C. As-
,, . , 1 , e flu,re at least 200,000 men and a suring letters—O. N. Exacting let-
there are not probably, a score of -s ha„, dgliting to bring our ters-C. O. D, Breakfast Table.
towns in the United States the names neighbor to a true sense of this re- | Disheartening letter- L O. U.—
of which arc so spelled. There is publics grandeur, in fact, if the j Chicago Herald. Dominical or
no authority for “burgh,” and“ bor- : time and number of men were to be | Sunday letter—hell O.— Fort Worth
so limited we should hesitate long ‘ Post.
before buying a pool on the Grin-j A warm letter—’L; and then
gos. It Mr. Hayes wants a measure j . , . ,
J , ,1 , there s a wet letter lor somebody,
that will give the country steady and , -
exciting occupation for the rest of
his term, he couldn’t hit upon a bet-
ter expedient than this. There is
really little more than rumor at pres-
ent to indicate that such a measure
is being contemplated, but there is
rumor, and it is so sustained and
justified by probability that it de-
serves a much more serious consid-
IT AMOUNT TO?
The officer in
charge will publish monthly an offi- t-'ration than it appears to be recciv-
cial statement of the value it will be j ’n“"
received at, and the public can regu-
late its value thereby.
A Queer Trial for Lunacy.
Whether we talk to you in letters as big
as a yard stick, or only in small readable
letttrs. What does it arnout to? If we
advertise wc will close out al! summer
goods on account of room, what will that
amount to? If we advertise such and
such, goods at such and such prices,
and when you come you find old prices,
what does it amount to?
|UED BARKS, 117 North Skiddy st.,
" Denison, Texas.
The Scientific American is a large First
Class Weekly Newspaper of sixteen pages,
printed in the most beautiful style, pro-
fusely illustrated with splendid engrav-
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Engineering, Mill Work, Iron, Steel and
Metal work; Chemistry and Cnemical
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Sound; technology, Photography, Print- ; cannot be too thankful for the use of it.
ing, New Machinery, New Processes, New j 1 aln> ycr,. gratefully yours,
Recipes, Improvements pertaining to Tex- j JOHNS. NOTTAGE.
tile Industry, Weaving, Dyeing, Coloring, 1
New Industrial Products, Animal, Vege- All Diseases of the Blood. — If Veg-
lable and Mineral; New and Interesting , etinc will relieve pain; cleanse, purify,
Facts in Agriculture, Horticulture, the and cure such diseases, restoring the pa-
Hotne, Health, Medical Progress, Social tient to perfect health after trying diller-
cliild . I will recommend it to the world.
My father is eighty years old, and he
says there is nothing like it to give
strength and life to an aged person. I
It !s a singular fact that when a
railroad is asking a subsidy, the cost
of the road is figured all the way
from $30,000 to $50,000 per mile ;
whereas, when the completed road
comes to be assessed for taxes it is
given in at less than one-third of this
True, but did you ever know of a
private individual who was willing
to sell his real estate for the same
amount it wras assessed for?
Special to Galveston News.
Marshall, July 8.—In order iv j
: prevent the returning of indictments j
i by state COUlts against Jno. Sherrod, We do not close out our entire summer
lately found guilty, fined and releas- 1 s!ock regaidlvss of cost. On the contra-
ed by the Federal court at Austin, Apect to sell th|m before 'he s;ps0„
oil a charge ot robbing the post- doses. \Ve do give 6<n/.s but every time
office here, his father, by a writ dc in something else, therefore make u*e of
lunatico inquirendo before County the opportunity.
Judge Williamson and a jury, to-day 1 Ho" is 1*that wef se!t m°!'e «00'!s, than
’ p , . . , , d ' any other house of our size? Surelv not
endeavoted to establish Em insanity on account of our good looks, but becam e
of his son. After a long trial and :
considerable evidence, the jury stood
WE SELL VERY CHEAP ’
6 to 6, necessitating a new inquiry,
.Science, Natural History, Geology, As-
The most valuable practical papers, by
eminent writers in all departments ofSci-
ent physicians, many remedies and suf-
fering for years, is it not conclusive proof,
if you are a sufferer you can he cured ?
Why is this medicine performing such
The Huntsville Item says that in which will be speedily instituted.
slavery days the cotton worm was _____
unknown. It was then the habit of' -n , „ . . -n . ,
planters to burn the cotton stalks. A 1 Follsh ^lost Fummelod
writer in the Galveston News sug-
gests the burning of tire old stocks
as a remedy, he having discovered
'TMIOMAS HOFFMAN, Main street,
X Denison, Texas.
TNENNEY & 11YBAUGER, proprierors
xJ Central, next door to Mayor’s office.
1 )• J- QUINN, Accommodation Market,
X Main street.
ence, will be found in the Scientific Amcr- I great cures? It woi ks in the blood, in the 1 |flat thf eT“S 0r t!lat P10lluce
ican, the whole presented in popular land 1 circulating fluid. It can truly he called cotton worm, is laid ill tin? cotton
gunge, free from technical terms, ilhis- | the Great Blood Purifier. The great stalks and on no other plant.—Bren-
source of disease originates in the blood : ham Banner.
and no medicine that does not act direct- -
ly upon it, to purif y and renovate, has
any just claim upon public attention.
Hotels and Restaurants.
t rated with engravings, and so arrange-
as to interest and inform all classes of
readers, old and young. The Scientific
American is promotive of knowledge and
progress in every community where it cir-
culates. It should have a place in every
family, reading room, library, college or
school. Terms, $3.20 per year, $1.60 half
year, which includes prepayment of post-
age. Discount to clubs and agents. Sin-
gle copies ten cents. Sold by all news
dealers. Remit by postal order to Munn
Si Co., publishers, 37 Par Row, N. Y.
TJLANTERS HOUSE, corner Gandy
X street and Houston avenue.
/''DIAS. BUKCKEL, prop’r, Cosmo
politan, 107 Main street.
XT7TIITE HOUSE, corner Austin ave |
VV and Morgan st.
In connection with the Scientific Amer-
ican, Messrs. Munn it Co. are solicitors
for American and Foreign patents, and
1 have the largest establishment in the
world. Patents are obtained on the best
terms. Models of new inventions and
sketches examined, and advice free. A
special notice is made in the Scientific
. . Cl . . . American of all inventions patented
AM ELL & PECK, upper Main st., lhpough this agellcr. v.ith the n‘,nlr and
nor 1 ** c- | residence of the patentee. Public alien-
N. ROBERTSON, No. 227 Main J tion is thus directed to the merits of the
st,cet- j new patent, and sales or introduction
II. PERSON, north side west Main j otten ellectcd.
1 street, near the postolliee. ' Any person who has made a new dis-
--- —- ----— j covery or invention can ascertain, free of
Gents Furnishing Goods. j charge, whether a patent can probably
14' II- HANNA, News Building, Main j be obtained, by writing to the undersign-
I stieet. j ed. Address for the paper, or concerning ,
----- patents, MUNN Si CO.
37 Park Row, New York. I
Branch office corner F and 7th streets,
Washington, 1). C.
I Owo My Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Newport, Ky., April 29, 1877.
Mr. II. R. Stevens:—
Dear Sir,—Having suffered from
breaking out of Cankerous Sores lor
more than five years, caused by an acci-
dent of a fractured bone, which fracture
1 r: . into a running sore, and having um.,!
There is doubt in Mr. Sher-
man’s mind whether he will have
use for the $200,000,000 of coin he
has been hoarding for specie re
sumption on January 1
will appreciate the necessity of re-
tiring five-twenty bonds with that
money and retaining the full value
of greenbacks, he will execute tiie
people’s will, though he will not
make so much money through tire
sale of four --er cents.
Pottsvillk, Pa., July 7.—The
priest of the Polish Catholic church,
upon going to service to-day, found
the doors locked and an excited
crowd in front of the building defy-
ing him to open them. Upon mak-
ing tire attempt he was assaulted by
a crowd. Thirty men aud women j
were arrested. The cause of the
demonstration was the demand from
a faction of Polanders that the priest ;
-JTlf "n,- should resign, which he refused tc j
do. But for the arrival of the police
he would have been killed.
Our permanent eastern buyer has bought
for us at auction for net cash, a large
lot of white and figured corded piques,
lawns, and all shade:: ol grass cloths and
dress linens, and a lot of embroideries
which we sell very cheap. Call and bee
I. SINGER’S Now Dry Goods Store.
W. H. PIER, Prop’r,
Main street and Austin avenue.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Attempt on the
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruite, Vegetables, etc
Berlin, July 7.—The National ;
____ _____ Gazette says it has been informed
The bullion value of the new dol- ,hat Auftii;'s l?oIif.e h‘\ve ‘^covered
ran imo a running core, anu navmg useu . , . r . ,-q , . ... Circumstances leading tO the belief j
every thing I could think of and nothing n mu ’ X that Dr. Nobeling’s attempt on the I
helped me, until I had taken six bottle* of | *he Nevv 1 ork Bulletin, i he paper > i:re ,..a. connected vGG
your valuable medicine which Mr. Miller value of a greenback dollar is about B 1 . . . ” :
the apothecary recommended very high-1 one-hundredth part of a cent gold. Kuss,an 1,Urigues-
ly. The sixth bottle cured me and all I Thcn as „,e PVeenhack dollar has a -----
can say, Is that I owe mv health to your . , . ,
valuable Vegetine. ' ' greater purchasing power than the
Your most obedient servant, j “new dollar,” the advantage of hav-
ALBERT VON ROEUER. j ing the former is, by all odds, in its
favor, and John Sherman lias got
his orders not to burn up or hoard
up any more greenbacks. The West
beats Wall stieet..in the manage-
A Comet Capturod.
’JNIE ALAMO GROCERY,
T. A. SALE, Proprietor.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh vegetables always on hand.
No, 104 Main street,
'ONE & MUNSON, 215 Main street,
U7M. II. HUGHES, Main street, op
VV posite National Bank.
I EONARO& COFFIN, Ncl. on House
X—j Building, Denison, Texas.
| I K. NEEDHAM, Opposite National
I L* Bank, Denison, Texas.
TESSIE M. COOK, notary public, Gun | tnd two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die,
il Block, up stairs.
HE BEST TRUSS ON EARTH!
R. COLLINS iX CO., general land
agents, Denison. Texas.
One person in every four is ruptured,
1 two-thirds ‘ ‘
as they suffer lrom Dispepsia, Spinal
disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement
URAND’S SALOON, 119 Main
‘Howe’s Spring Pri Bell Tim”
“ It is not necessary for meto enumerate
the disease for which tiie Ykgktine
should he used. I know of no disease
which will not admit of its use, with good
results. Almost innumerable complaints
are caused by poisonous secretions in '
tlia blood, which can he entirely expelled :
fiom tiie system by the useof the Vf.Ge-
tine. When the blood is perfect!'
cleansed, the disease rapidly yields; all
pains cease; healthy action is promptly
restored, and the patient is cured.”
ment of financial affairs all the time.
Cured mo when the
April 10, 1877.
Russia has made her estimate of
the cost of the war, and it foots up
900,000,000 rubles. A ruble is about
75 cents of our mouev, which will
give in dollars, near $600,000,000.
That is a good round sum in cash.
Rochester, July 7.—Prof. Lewis
Swift,-of this city, discovered a com-
et in the constellation of Hercules at
2 o’clock this morning, in right as- |
cension about seven hours tour min-
utes, declination north iS degrees, i
It is large but faint, and is moving _ . „ _ . _
very slowly in a southwest direction. onuiL“ -mmons _v -3 P .quln-or
____ or Mcdieirto
A Ssbbath Proscription.
HOW TO TELL
Look for clean neat White Wrapper
with the red symbolic letter stamped upon
The following prescription, taken ! !*££*££*? ^
from the .S. A. Herald, is presented 01-uUr trade, Spatula, Mortar a I Gradu-
to our readers as an after sermon ; ate, with the words A Q_ SIMMONS'
fAhJczark put”off whthout a cash bahn,™ “c5.°fcnt °f the l'*1' rccom* I m™.
I indemnity, or is satisfied with some
)ANK EXCHANGE, J. B.McDougall, u,,,! uatented 1S75, is the only
> prop., 227 Main street. scientific truss invented. Every physi-
j A. BRENNER, 216 Main street. 11 at once' a,ul *,flticnU bu>'
* ^ Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned
Y J.RANI) SOU niERN, J. Raynal & metallic aud hard rubber springs find
vJ Co., props., cor Main st. & Austin av coml'oi t.
T3ALACE BEER IIALh, i.ouis Libhie, Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and
X prop., Main street, endorsements of thousands who have
/"'ATTI.E EXCHANGE, Jas. Nelms, heen cured, and of the leading physicians
prop., 223 Main st. °< lh= 1 mted Stales, including the great
J YKIUEL, 21OMain Deni..,,,
* exas‘____say it is the best truss known. It has
Druggists. cured a 5-year rupture in five weeks,
TV/T M. HANNA, No. 228 Main street, Srnd IO cen,s for our weekly truss paper.
1VX. Damson, i’exas. e,c- Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup-
... ,,,,, r tured on both sides badly, and has been
(JE0-W. WILLIAMS,Druggist, Main lor years> and he illv/„,,a thl8 grcal
^^ s ,ee‘- ; truss for himself onlv. We make them
A LEX. W. ACHESON, 225 West Main for
fk street j MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN!
C'V\™tV & 'VY,ALnR0N> 300 Main who daily bless Mr. H. for his invention.
VJ st, Denison lexas. _ . THR HOWE FEMALE SUPPORTER
Liquor Dealers. is the best known for abdominal affec-
I PP.STE1N BROS., next door Star tions.
lit Store. j It you have a friend ruptured, do him n
I^OUIS LEBRECHT, 123 Main stree ' filvor ending his.name at once.
X HOWE TRUSS CO., X j
Box 1170. Council Bluffs, Iowa
I I)a. IL K. Stevens :—
, . . i Dear Sir,—I was seriously troubled
For the treatment and cure of Rupture j wi,l, Kidne y Complaint lor a long time.
...... I have consulted the best doctors in this
citv. 1 have used your Veubtimb lor
this disease, and it has cured 111c when
the doctors tailed to do so.
Residence 621 Race street.
Place of business, 573 Central Ave.
If. IL STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegftinc is Solti by all Druggists.
paltry fortresses and her free pass-
sage to the Dardetielles. 1’he Ber-
lin Congress will not settle this affair
unless the powers engaged make a
compact to sustain its action vi ct
T NO OTHER.
A Stranger Killed by a Tram on
tho Waao Tap.
Special to the Galveston News.
liRKMOND, July 7.—The west
bound train on the Waco Tap ran
over and killed a man by the name
of John Brennan, three miles west
of here, this morning. It appears
that lie was under tiie influence of
liquor, and started from town to go
to a section house two miles north,
where he had triends and an adopted
inetvkitions it has received from many
of the shining lights oi nil denomi-
nations. An A No. 1 red-hot, yell- |
like thunder, hell-fire sermon, looses Beware of those who know nothing of
all of its harrowing effect with the Med'cal ( ompounds, who put out nos-
first dose of this elixir, while the trums kno"T to sou[’ 3nl‘ bei,,« :;i:a!,vzeJ
, ’ , prove worthie s and onl' made to fleece
liftli dose will soo.ne the most turbu- the public, and to pirate on the w, i! earned
I reputation of Zeilin oi Co.’s medicine.
These frauds ! ave no reputation to sus-
Spiritus vini Otardi - -
Spiritus vini Jamaici -
Sugarutn Weitunr - - -
Icibus Finis ------
Sliceum Pineappeli - -
Strawherrii - -- -- -- -
Shakatis violenter, et suckite
citer cum strawum.
- z. i.
- q. s.
• q. s.
A Good Joko.
Tne Barnes house at Houston, !
has circulated many thousand ad- j
child, but missing the place wander- vertiseinents on carils of the same 1
ed a mile north, and tell down upon si/.e, same colors and same appear-
fhe track. A pass from G. A. ance as car tickets. Evil persons
tain, and will cheat you for a lew pennies
every way they can.
Soo Who Endorses tlio Gcmunno.
lion. A’ex. II. Stephens.
Rt. Rev. J W. Beckwith, Bishop ot 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.
Chid Justice Hiram Warner of Ga.
Lewis Wunder, Asst. P. M., I’liiUt., Ta.
And thousand, of others from whom we
have letters of commendation and recom-
...„ ......... - - w. sv. ,inic as L.u utsns. 12.V11 persons It is eminently a Family M d’ * 1
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Quinlan, engineer and superintend- have passed many on huckster wo- ' by bv'ing kept ready for immediate re so" t
ent, was found on him, from Cor- - men, negroes and unsuspecting beer will save many an hour of suffering and
No. 22“ Main street,
DENISON, - TEXAS.
can a to Bretnond and return, g.md till venders, said to be, and even 011 bus-
’ASPER BROS., 209 Main street. States, countic*. and townships f.,i sale
QAM'L STAR «St CO., cc
►3 street and Austin avenue.
/^OLDSOLL & CO., 201 Main street,
V_T Denison, Texas.
RINGER St CO., 1-9 Main st., Dcni-
s-3 son, Texas
nig. 16 tf.
U. C. R AN!>ELL.
AN DELL & PECK,
w. M. PECK.
I to m It M»|tl. (tuiijsls tl
«*!>•■ lith»rg Kxji! ud.
•n i*. \ tlK.A r M CO-t,
t Uy*-c at., ci. ciiAvi. u»
H til .'KA. . • ,
•ft in * he kin *i. W-- M W"’ l i't f 'o
AtJttiL*. A. /u. 1 X Go *
August. The* man appears to l e
known here, but his whereabouts hud
not been known for a long time.
Some express the belief that it is
the body of Toe Brennan, fumctly
a contractor on the T.:p read. A
pocket handkerchief tnaiked with
stencil “ Gluts. A. Lawler,” was
; found upon him. lie was well
dressed and had very little money.
He was interred in the cemetery this
iniss men. And there is scarcely a
fi n in the city that has not l>een
fooled by taking one or more with-
out examining them. One market
woman sold her wagon load of
chickens for them. The superin-
tendent of the street railroad com-
pany says this adveitising dodge
will prui ahlv iv.-ult in a withdrawal
of the present is.iie of the tickets :.rul
the (option ot nickels n thn-t
many a dollar in time and doctors' bills.
l>r. Simmons’ Livor Keguiator,
MANUFACTURED ONLY »Y
J. H. ZEILIN N CO.,
Sold by all re?pec'::b!e druggists,
\ lew dc,
FORNEY AT LAW
N rf U W« • Mali
- i t;ow • M i'o.-:otH.e.
1J S:. uN
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