Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, March 26, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, March, 26, 1875.
The Daily News.
B. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
M a n ti factortc s,
T ONE STAR MILLS, foot of Owing*
f’er month........................$1 (XI
t ' S. LEGATE, Gandy Street.
Eubr.eription to be paid in advance.
Delivered free within the city by carrier
IT EEEER A BATE, Main street north
ADVERTISING RATES :
One inch, first insertion...........$ 1 50
Each subsequent insertion •••• 75
One-eighth column, one month.... 6 00
One-fourth column, one month.... 10 00
Three months.................. 25 00
Business cards, ij inch, per month, 3 00
Special notices, 15 cents a line for the
’ first insertion, each subsequent publica-
ion to cents per line.
Notices (hat are inserted under the head
of Local Paragraphs,” will be charged 25
nts a line each insertion.
Double column advertisements, one
Leg:'1 a x. tisements at legal rates.
A CCOMMODATION Market, Main
/i street above Austin.
/"TTY MARKET, Cor. Main and Rusk
. ‘ l.tvci-y Stables,
/ MiAVvTOF.i) St. LIVERY STABLE,
V_z Gallagher & Malone Proprietors.
OTAR LIVERY STABLE, south side
O Main street.
■j 0. F. DAY & BRO. Owings street
, J bet. Rusk and Austin.
X'urn Sto re.
1' ....stent aduettisers will be exsected to
y i u advance.
’ All charges made in currency.
TOHN KEVINS coiner Main and
DENISON MEN WHO ADVERTISE
L. REBER,Post Office Main street.
The following is a list of the principal
business houses in the city of Denison:
A LEX W. ACHESON, No. 225 Main
1 x. street.
Hoot wild Show Manufacturers.
A UGUST UIILIG Austin, bet. Main
and Skiddv streets.
| N. HOLDER, & CO., Druggists and
. Apothecaries, ojiposite Postoffice.
Tf.JATRICK MAXWELL, opposite Live
X Drug Store.
| IVE DRUG STORE, H. Mozley pro-
prietor, Main street.
Idquor J MNilt'i’h,
TAENISON BILLIARD HALL, cor-
I J ner Main and Austin Avenue.
TT C. J. LEBERMANN, Main street,
i1 > North side.
jj 4 l’I’STEIN BROS., Main street, north
T EEPER,LINGO A Co., corner Austin
and Owings streets.
T OUIS LEHRECHT, south side Mair
,L/ street, above Austin.
||t*al I’Xat** DtMilt rK.
'"pfiNK x MUNSON, Real Estate deal- j
1 ers, South Main street.
A/f ClIICHET, opposite First Na-
if! • tional Bank.
/■'VuNTER & MUNSON, Attorneys at
V_T Law, Denison and Sherman.
A/t OODlE k HANNA, corner Main
J.T 1 street and Austin Ave.
A \ ,rM. HUGHES, south side Main si., |
V V near Rusk.
A VERY, RONECRANTS ci CO.,
1 1 Main street, north side.
k^TONE X GUY, Main street.
I A. EUPER X CO., No. 217 Main 1
,f . street,|
j NO. HOLFORD k BRO., No. 310
->4 O. CLOTHING HOUSE, Zadick
j N 0 Proprietor.
/ '"'LARK X TALLANT, McGowan
'"I■'HE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
I Clothing Mouse, opposite Star Store.
X, S. GILBERT A Co., Woodard st.,
L Al 0 bet. Ausin and Rusk.
\T 7 E. BENNETT & CO., Main st.,
V V 0 South side.
/ ' RAND SOUTHERN corner ot Main
(oHN M.YiNS Main street, corner
vJ and Austin.
J of Austin avenue.
T EGAL TENDER, 1.0 North Main
T ( TATERMAN, STAR k CO., on
V V Main, near the '-or. ef Austin
i j GOLDSOLL k Co., Main street. -
JbVX • south side.
\\TM. CAMPBELL, Main *t., north
V V side.
11;ill u. s.
Cii,rars and Tobuu.co.
4 ,<? ERCHANTS x PLANTERS, Main
1V1 street, South side, below Austin.
\\T WOOLACOTT, Main street, sign
VV • of Capt. Jinks.
| \ W. C. DAVIS, north side of Main
J M. SHEEDER, 224 Main street.
Justice of the Peace.
Wa^on Makers & Bluckriiiiiths.
'\ 17 D. KIRK, opposite Recorder's of- ,
VV . fice.
•JpiGNOR x MOSSE, 424 Main street.
Utoi m yn.
/ * G. RANDELL, office over postof-
V_T. fice, Main street.
Jo. F.Dav. W. 11 Day
Washington, D. C.,
Mar. 24, 1S75,
Editor Denison D.iiiv News,
Raw Hides again on lop! Col.
Schrader was appointed, and unani-
mously confirmed, postmaster at
Jas. A. George.
Washington, D. C. I
Mar. 25, 1S75. )
Dr. II. Mozlry :
I ask a suspension of public opin-
ion until Maurice gets my letter.
Washington, March 24.—It may
be authoritively stated that the visit
of General Cameron, Senator Mor-
ton and others to Mexico has no po-
litical object. The journey has for
some time been contemplated for the
purposes of health, pleasure and gen-
The senate was in executive ses-
sion all day, most of the time being
spent in discussing the nomination of
Pardee as United States judge of
Louisiana, vice Duriell, resigned.
The nomination was finally laid oil
The usual resolution of thanks to
the vice president and president pro
tern, of the senate were agreed to, and
the senate, at 5 145 p. m., adjourned,
The senate confirmed F. M. Schra-
der, as postmaster at Denison, Texas.
B. PERSON, Wallace block, third
O. F. DAY & BRO.
London, March 24.—Ten thous-
and people attended John Mitchell’s
funeral at Newry.
Paris, March 24.—A conspiracy
for the assassination of General Ca-
brera, who recently abandoned the
Carlist cause, has been frustrated.
General Cabrera has issued anoth-
er manifesto in favor of Alfonso. He
says he wishes for peace. Don Car-
los has learned nothing, and refuses
to follow his advice, which is to gain
the esteem of his country by peace-
Charleston, S. C., March 23.—
The legislature to-day elected Thom-
as C\ Dunn, comptroller general of
the state. Dunn is a northern re-
publican who was elected to the state
senate by the conservatives. He was
chairman of the reform republican
executive committee during the last
campaign, and is generally respect-
ed by all parties in the state. The
legislature adjourns, sine die on Fri-
Halifax, March 24.—Win. Pryon
& Sons tailed to-day.
Relief for the Sufferer*.
Augusta, Ga., March 24.—The
citizens of Augusta have contributed
[Special to the Galveston News.]
Navasota, March 23.—A largely 1
attended meeting ot the citizens of \
Grimes county was held here yestet-;
dav to elect delegates to represent
the eounty in the Immigration Ex-
cursion to the Western States. T he
following gentlemen were elected :
J.M. Gibbs, sheriff’of this county, ami i
J. C. McIntyre. A committee was j
appointed to have 500 copies of the
Tablet, with description of the
county, printed. The meeting ad-
The Grand Purim Ball came off'
last night at Miller’s Hall. The af-
fair was a decided success. Visitors j
from our sister cities were present.
An attempt was made by a Four-:
teenth Amendment to enforce the j
Civil Rights bill by presenting his
ticket and demanding entrance, The
door-keeper, fortunately for the ne-
gro, refused to admit him ; tor, had
he been admitted, he would have |
taken a lover’s leap through the1
window from a two-story building, |
at the hands of the enraged mas-
A fire broke out in the Freeman
House this evening, but was extin-
guished before making much pro-
Cotton coming in slowly. About
1000 bales in warehouses.
Fanners busily engaged planting
A tJ licit Tati;.
Washington, March 24.—A ne-
gro employed by Mr. Nelson, re-
cently from the North, outraged
Nelson’s wife in Prince George
county, Mankind, and the people
Caught him and hung him this morn-
Memphis, Term., March 24.—The
river has fallen sufficiently to allow
trains to pass. The first train went
Miss Ingelow, it is stated, is na-
tive of Boston, in England, and
passed her early life amid the quiet
surroundings and avocations of the
English girl. She is now about for-
ty-five years of age and lives with
her widowed mother, in a retired part
of London, “in a quiet street,” as
she has said, “where all the houses
are with window boxes full of
THE MOST PERFECT MADE.
tf/ y&j&f X'-A V? Nv |
4 'MAftg jj AjjS
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ii ' a
efoNE THIRD IS SAVEDr>
Senator Maxey, of Taxas, will be
one of the most marked men of the
new Senate. His capacity is distinct-
ly of the statesmanlike kind. It is
such men as he whose ideas deter-
mine die character and direction of
great political mesasures, and the field
upon which a party’s battles are
fought. His attainments will be of
the greatest service in the financial
legislation of the next six years.—
N. }. World
in quantity by ibeir perfect parity and
great stre»;:th; the only kinds made by a
practical Chemist and Phy.-irian. with
scientific care to insure uni form by, fi aid)*
fulness, deli wy and fr eiioni from a I in-
jurious substunet.«. They are ftir superior
to the common adulterated kind,;. Obtain
the genuine. Observe our Trade Marks
a-above, “Cream” Baking Powder, “I land
and Cornucopia.” Buy the Baking Pow-
der only in cans securely labelled. Many
have been u<.....ived 111 loose or bulk Pow-
der sold as Dr. Price’s.
Manufactured onlv by
STEELE’ & PRICE,
Chicago, fit. Louis and Cincmnuti.
Dll C. MIME'S
ron the cure or
dyspepsia and sick headache.
Would say to the citizens of Denison
that he lias opened an office at No. io6i
Main street, next door to the express office,
where he will \ isit patients and do a gen-
eral business, but his great speciaUy is
the treatment of all
of every class, grade and duration
ON A NEW AND IMPROVED PLAN,
Having triad® this class* of diseases
/ VURAND’S SALOON, opposite Ex-
V/ press office. Main strept.
"A 11LVVAUK.EE BEER 1J ALL, Main
l\l. street, south side.
-RANI) SOI THERN, Austin street,
if near Main.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
» Having made tms classs ol diseases a
six thousand dollais to the sutleieis , specialty for 33 years, I am confident of
HE PEARL SALOON, near
chants’ & Planters' Bank.
from the tornado, which has desola-
ted several counties of the State from
die Chattahooche to the Savannah
Moving to Higher Ground.
Port Jervis, N. Y., March 24.—
and good There is great alarm among thepeo-
success; such ns diseases of the throat,
lungs, heart, liver, nasal catarrh, piles,
epileptic fits. Neuralgia and all nervous
debility, thermal medication in diseases
of the skin, and medicated inhalation in
bronchitis, asthma and consumption.
LACE Beer Hall, Main st., south
M. COOK, cor. Main st. and Austin
avenue (up stairs.)
A LAMO HOTEL,
Main street, near
''LIETON HOI SE, corner Gandy st.
and Rusk avenue.
T I’NDELL IK > PEL, Gandy street.
EI.SON HOUSE, corner Main and
J ALLEY HOUSE corner ol Houston
1 lorses boarded by day or week.
To. F. DAY & BRO.
jyTERCHANTS’ k PLANTERS’
A fine lot of new carriage
teams for life .ccommoJ.do,, of if. pLAioiffliVhkhkfhf'i!L TlfVLLL j IXTSSS
river, and they are moving to higher
Cur to Piece*.
New Orleans, March 24.—The
! San Antonio Herald has information
that the Indians who captured the
stage near Hondo? last Friday, at-
tacked Cochin©’* ranche, near Por-
1 isolin. T hey were driven off' by
the rancheros and were overtaken by
Capt. Benovine’s volunteer company ; Acute and chronic, radically cured with-
_______________ and were almost entirely cut to out mercury or mineral poison*. Impo-
piects. tenev, spermatorrhea and all nervous de-
Trans.act a general banking business; Death of a Sport. liilitv, sequence ot this class ot disease,
buv and sell gold, silver, and exchange Brooklyn, N. Y., March 24.— ™rcii promptly.
on all the principal cities. T..iln t U,7»rt Private and confidential consultation-
r ■ Jonn Campion 1 oice, a noted spoi t-1 at oty,ce fr..e o1 c;iarg*.
C .•Uectlon- promptly attef.de! to. jpjf man, is (lead. ‘ J. M. C. MOORHEAD M. 1).,
and every married lady in delicate health
should secure my infallible preventive; it j
is safe, harmless and reliable: this gives j
the wife the power to control her mother- 1
hood at will, and can bo had ol no one
EYE AND EAR.
A'l diseases under this class treated suc-
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
I3AIN in the right side, under the
I. edge of the ribs, increase on pres-
sure; sometimes the pain is in the
left side; the patient is rarely able
to lie on the left side; sometimes
the pain is felt under the shoulder-
blade, and it frequently extends t :•
the top of the shoulder, and is some-
times mistaken for a rheumatism in
the arm. The stomach is affected
with loss of appetite and sickness;
the bowels in general are costive,
sometimes alternative with lax ; the
head is troubled with pain, accom-
panied with a dull, heavy sensation
111 the back part. There is generally
a considerable loss of memory, ac-
companied with a painful scusati an
of having left undone ’something
which ought to have been done. A
slight, dry cough is sometimes an at-
tendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains cf a prickly sem 1-
tion of the skin ; his spirits are low ;
and although he is satisfied that exer-
cise would be beneficial to him,‘yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he dis-
trusts every remedy. Several of the
above symptoms attend the disease,
but-cases have occurred where few
of them existed, yet examination or
the body, alter death, lias shewn the
livur to have been extensively de-
AGUE AND FEVER.
Da. C. M’Lane’s Liver Pills, in
Casej of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are pi dnaive
ot the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
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