Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 248, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 24, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
SATURDAY**..........NOV. a*. 1877-
R. M. GRUBBS..*.....................Mayor
W. 0. KUtK............Presidcut of Council
A H. COFFIN..........Assessor & Collector
O. K. O’MALEY...................Treasurer
I.S. BEST.........................City Clerk
G. G. RAN DELL..............City Attorney
COUNCILMAN—-1ST WARD 1
W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLEN.
G. W. WILLIAMS, WM. HUGHES.
COUNCILMKN—3D WARD I
H. ALEXANDER, W. D. KIRK.
COUNCILMEN—4tH WARD :
W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL.
and will be left in the lurch by this
action of the House committee, un-
less the friends of the administration
rally to the rescue without regard to
party, which is not probable. Re-
publicans, ot course, are not expect-
ed to make any fight for the pay-
ment of this money.
The Courier says a party of sub-
Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday
in each month.
I. O. G. T.
DENISON LONE STAR LODGE NO. a«.—
Meets every Thursday evening at their Hall, No.
304 Main street. W. L. Coawi.lv, \\ . Sec’y.
A. T. BudloNu, W. C. T.
RYSTAI. SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meets
every Monday evening at their Hull. No. 304 Main
Street. ' 11. S. SOWLKS \Y. SeC’v.
W. E. Simpson, W. C. T.
Open Lodge Meeting on every fourth Wednes-
day of each-month.
stantirtl eastern gentlemen with ‘‘am-
ple means.” (such parties me alwa s
capitalists ybu know) are going to
locate land one hundred miles west
of Sherman, on which to build a
town which is to be the terminous ot
the Sherman narrow gauge railroad 1
The local of the Courier has a lively
imagination, and tells many amusing
incidents that have their origin in his
fertile brain, but the above is too
thin. A man who would purchase
land anywhere in anticipation of the
I building of Sherman’s paper railroad,
would be a fit subject for a lunatic
Secretary Sherman says there is a
balance ot gold in the treasury, in
excess of all liabilities, ot about
Insurance agents in Sherman are
compelled to pay an occupation tax
of fifty dollars tor each company
they 1 .'present. The Register com-
plains of the law as oppressive, and
demands iis modification.
It is reported, on good authority,
that Giant can have the German
mission by saying he wants it. It is
thought, however, that the President
will not make any appointment un-
til the winter session.
Colonel Cassil has ascended the
editorial tripod ot the Houston Age,
vice Major C. L. Martin retired.
Mr. Alex. Sweet has accepted a po-
sition on the editorial stall ot the
Sun Antonio Express.
Dick Lee, charged with the at-
tempted asanctinolioti ot Ml 8. E. L.
Stcohens, was tried before a justice
at Courtney held to bond in the sum
of $3,000 lor his appearance before
the District Court. The evidence
against him is circumstantial.
A suggestion made by Mr. Sum-
ner, several years ago, that all men-
tion of the battles between the fed-
eral and Confederate forces be re-
moved from the Army Register, has
at last been acted upon, and such an
ci ler has now been issued from the
War Depai tinent. Tnis action of
course creates great indignation in
lii ranks ot those Republicans who
favor the bloody shirt policy.
The Weekly Visitor complains
it the large posters advertising the
Dallas fair were printed in Sit. Louis.
: ie supposition is that the m mage
nent were disgusted with the apt>lo gy
ft r a colored poster turned out by a
Dallas print-shop for the fair last
F. P. Baker, of the Topeka Com-
monwealth, has sued the proprietors
ot the Kansas Citv Times for libel,
and puts the damages at $20,000.
The Times charged that Baker con-
spired to have Sweazze, an editor ot
a rival paper, killed. The Times is
collecting volumes of damaging testi-
mony against Baker, and does not
fear but that it will succeed in prov-
ing it’s allegations against him. I'll s
Baker was the former associate ot
Cutler in the publication ot the jour-
nal at Denison,— Sherman Courier.
Heating stoves at cost, at McCar-
thy & Co’s. 11-24 6t.
A Noted Bivins says
They are worth their
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
I)R. Tutt:—Dent Sir: For ten years 1 have been
r martyr to Oyvpc*j>s>i 11, Constipation, and Piles. Last
spring- your pills wore recommended to nie ; I used
them (but with little tuith). I mn now a well man,
(hut with little tuith).
have good appetite, digestion period, regular s* ools,
piles gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid f.esh.
They are worth their weight in gold.
Rev. 1(. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
CUKE SICK HEAD-
( CUBE PILES.
CUKE FT VLB AND
CUBE BILIOUS COLIC
TUTT’S Pit S
CUBE KIDNEY CQM-
I LAI PIT.
TUTT’S Pill *
3 llA. kSf 'C-
OUBli TORPID LIVER
Dr. Tutt has been en-
gaged in the practice of
medicine thirty years, and
for a long time was demon-
strator ot anatomy in the
Medical College of Geor-
gia, hence persons using
his Pills have the guaran-
tee that they are prepared
on scientific principles,
and arc tree from all
J!e has succeeded in
combining in them the
qualities of a. .« treuqthcn*
1 rtf/: live, and a pur•
if ymy Lnic.
Their first apparent ef-
fect is to increase the ap-
petite by causing the food
to properly assimilate.
Tims the system is nour-
ished, and by tin ir tonic
action on the digestive or-
gans,regular and healthy
evacuations are produced.
The rapidity with which
persons take on flesh,
while under the influence
of these pills, ol itself in-
dicates their adaptability
to nourish the body, and
1m - -i- their efficacy in cur-
ing nervous debility, mel-
ing of the muscles, slug-
gi-hness of the liver,
• Tronic constipation, and
ear, a,id thought they would lmvc | v™
miething respectable this tall, evtm
if they had to send out
of the State
Fj Cray Hair ran bo cltamrnl to -
K black 1’Y a sln;-le nopHcatioii of
it j r',• ’i i’tt'v H'i 1 i Jve. 1 ? acts like mugic*
A Dr. i i’tt’s Ha r Dye. It act;; like jr»av ic,
f and iu warranted as harmless :w water.
A Po.,t special says the President
in conversation with a prominent ot-
lker, declined unhesitatingly that he j
would veto ary silver bill which
1,0 -1101 «p—iy «“!>• a.* public | IS PUSH’S IrEUGHTJ
t-y, and Li v ar :m cu • > •» „•
gj Price $1.00. Office 35 Murray St., N. \ *
debt from its operations. That be
will not approve any measure which
has ihe s! ghtest tendency to impair
the national creditor to cause holders I
of national securities to think that
Read the Answer
It is a plant, that ; town in the Si• th, and is spa-
Ciallv adapted to the cure of tiisea. es <*t tlnit climate.
natoe’s cvpj remedy,
Rntering at once ;:uo t, .• i.l, • •vpelLn;' all ■ rof-
they will he paid in currency of a less X
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dir ml oilier herbs, u lorins
value than gold
The Hayes Commission.
The House Appropriation Com-
mittetf has had the general deficiency
bill recommitted for the purpose of
Striking out the item of $4,000 to
pay the expenses of Haves’ Louis-
iana Com mission ; also, the expense
bill 0f the Sail Francisco mint in-
vestigation. Hayes and Sherman
borrowed the funds for the Louisiana
Commission from private bankers,
Hr. Tutt’s Drsaparilla
and Qusen’s Delight,
The most power!til <*l pur.ficr know) ■ ° medical
r.cience for the ure of old uh it? , discaf'f**-1 joints, foul
discharges from the mr, and n<>. rib, slbsc.»■ c skin
diseases, dropsy, kid:* v oinpl.uiit, cvh <; fleet:? cf
secret practices. diserHcrud dver.rid pleen. Its use
Strengthens Etc nervt.u • y -t -nt imiv.irts a fair com-
plexion. and buiitls up tliv hotly wiih
HtALTHY, SOLD FLITS H.
As an :n.'.i i.-tfc l« : v; hilitic r i on it strongly
rccomni Tided, llnndr G » c! 'T.s.: et \.uc v.’oist typ®
hOMj been radieelly . mo by if. )k:iug p’.irulv veg-
rtrfWe itK. continued n • ■- i lu no barm. I he bust
time to lake it id di;rii-:r ik . tumn< r and fall; and
instead of debility, he.t j.alte, lever nml ag^’ie, you
will enjoy rokii l huaHit ( Sold by nil druggists.
Price, $j,co. Office, ^5 Murray Street, New York.
OIIN NEVINS Si CO.,
ALL SIZES OF THE CELEBRATE!)
CRANE U BREED’S
METALLIC COFFINS and CASKETS
ROSE-WOOD COFFINS & CASKETS
Coffins made to order on short notice,
in any style. Prices from $3 to any
A specialty in making
AND FRAMING PICTURES
Fiom the latest patterns and styles o'
At the furniture house of
JOHN NEVINS & CO.,
Corner Main street and Houston Avenue
DENISON, - • TEXAS.
R. R. TICKET BROKERS.
'• ILMAN & CANNON,
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
10 6 tf.
GALVESTON HOI EL.
JOHN SUMMERS, Prop’r,
Corner Tremon* and Mechanic
This house is centrally located conven-
ient to busmess, and but two squares
from Morgan Line Steamers, and one
block from Union Depot.
Table unsurpassed by any house in the
This house has a hell in every room,
connected with the office.
9 19 tf.
NE W CUSTOM MILL.
A. R. COLLUTS <& CO.
con Meal, Grain, Proto, cotton, M
Spec at attention to Purchasing and Forwarding for all
points in the Interior and Territory.
NEW CUSTOM MILLS.
Woodard Street, Denison, Texas.
Have in operation one of Straub’s Best Corn Mills, and
are prepared to till any orders for
Bolted or unbolted, by the sack, barrel or car load, made
from choice selected corn.
CHAMPION GR0UHD SEED
The best thing out for Stock.
Have the only Hominy and Grits Mill in North Texas.
Corn Ground or Exchanged for the Country Trade
every day. Try our Brands of Bolted
meat: “Diamond Dust” and
Mill And Commission House on Woodard St.
* ROVERS’ & PLANTERS’
CAPITAL, .... $200,000
JAS. PORTKR, JOHN NKV1NS, J. H. SLATER
Pres. Vice Pres. Cash.
VI 7M. H. HUGHES,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
T. H. SLATER.
J. R. STEVENS,
We, the undersigned, offer for sale, a
reasonable prices, lands in Cooke, Mon-
tague. Wise, Young, Wichita, and Palo-
Pinto counties; also, city lots m Gaines
vi 1 Ie, Belknap, and other
Does a genera! banking business.
Gold. Silver, and Exchange bought
interests allowed on Time Deposits
Drafts drawn on all the principal cities
of Europe. Oct. 6-tf.
NORTH TEXAS CITIES.
All wisning to purchase will not make
a mistake by consulting us. All infor-
mation concerning our lands will be
cheerfully furnished, and application in
person or by letter will be promptly at-
tended to. We do a general
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS,
'IRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
Does a legitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections ir
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
C. CLIFFORD & CO.,
SIGN AND CARRIAGE
GRAINING, KALSOMIMING AND
Also, Dealers in
Oils, Paints Varnishes, Mixed Paints,
Paint Brushes, and a full line ot
Painters’ Materials on
Paints of all colors mixed to order.
S^GHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANI
On principal cities ot the United States
JOHN SCUI.LIN, ED. PERRY, W. S. LOWE
President. Vice-Prest. Cashier.
J. T. MUNSON.
'ONE & MUNSON,
Shop opposite Gheen’s livery stable.
E. C. CLIFFORD iN CO.,
No. 5iq. Main street,
July 1, 1S77.
J. T. Carbrv,
S. G. Eddy,
D. W. C. Davis,
A. H. Coffin,
W. S. 1.owe.
Office, 215 Main street, up stans’
LUMBER D LA LER.
JOHN R. CARR, Prop’r.
I Next door to the Famous Auction House,
Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cutting.
Agent for the
oct 1 3m
None hut the most agreeable and
skilled workmen are employed at this
old and popular shop, and perfect satis-
faction is guaranteed.
FOR SALTS EVERYWHERE.
buy and sell ponies, etc., and any one
wishing anything in our line, or having
lands for sale, will find it to their interest
to consult us. Our fee for selling is mod-
erate, and will be made known on appli-
We cordially invite any wishing infor-
mation to call at our office, or write to
JAMES WHITE & CO.,
Belknap, Young County, Texas.
S 27 d 3-mos.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE
COLL ECTIO N AGE NTS.
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Havana, Key West and Domestic Cigars
Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 248, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 24, 1877, newspaper, November 24, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720670/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.