Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 8, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison, 1 exas, Tuesday Morning, June 8, 1870.
The Daily News. IIIY MEIRlTT k GO,
II. C, .UUKll NY, Proprietor. I
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Choice Kami!)' Groceries
✓ . .,!*>.• J,.» « /'•M’S'-
' ‘ .
—sr ^ O o ^
“ Pig ‘
np L. RE BEK,
book and mays dealer,
D'J P< >NT'S POWDEli
OSAGIE COAL COMPANY.
| CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRO
i March 1, tt'.
Denison Music Store,
31 t MAIN STREET.
PIANOS and ORGANS.
STATIONERY AND BLANK. BOOKS,
At the Postoffice,
DENISON, - • - TEXAS.
RK \L ESTATE.
Loans neg ' a .d, ami collections
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET,
\ M. COOK,
NO . Ai" i; BMC.
Northeast come. . ...... and Au-tin
a'. 1:111 1 i up sta
The Four IL-st Pianos in the World.
liiuhl, i ‘; 1 iiruli k Co,., Boston;
Nteiium a j k Ion, New Yoi '• ; Ju-
:iiis Ii'ac.*;* A Co., New York : Mar-
sli;il A: Smith, No>v York;—it Iso
T ii.. • Four Rest Organs.
New }di!:i'iai!;l, llostou; Esta ,V
CfA., Vermont; Mason & Hamlin,
Boston; 4T -m>. Woofi k Co., Mass.
W R. A re v is Agent for these celcbr.i-
ted Pianos r\nd Organs, and will supply
1 tlie people of" Denison, Northern Texas
and Southern Kansas with any ol the pi-
anos on the i ii-stahnent plan, and will al-
wuvs give *»:itisiaetioii. Any of the in-
struments will be put in your house free
I of expense, mid warranted to always be in
j in tune.
The Guild, Cntirch sV Co's, Parlor ia-
I vorite lor o 11 ly uf. Air. II. C. Biu i a-
bce, die celt-Grated vocalist, says they are
splendid ill *• • n,* and action, and the
handsomest piano, lie lias ever seen. Call
and see tIn■ 111.
The linn cl - Minest and best piano in the
money at 314 Main street,
Jackson (Mis:-.) Courier.JIenild. AVe tire trained tO announce the
Monday our city was unusually ex- death of Senator S. Craven, which
cited by the exhibition in the Curier- yearned at his home in Whitcsboio,
Herald office of a lituul ot wood which Thursday, May d6, til ter a long and
grew out of a grave near \ orkvillc, lingering illness with pulmonary;
in Gibson county. It was brought consumption. 15y birth Mr. Craven
I into our office by Capt. G. S. An- was a Georgian, and by long resi-i
drews, of that comity, who gives us deuce in his adopted State became :
its history. A man named William thoroughly alive l.r> her best inter-
i Herron was out walking with his cst, and deeply concerned for her
wife one Sunday evening not long prosperity. I11 politics a true Dem-
since, and, in passing an old, neglect- ocrat, and a patuot in w lx Mil the
i cd grave yard near the public road,1 people of this district placed the
she saw a gum bush vvitn a bunch of; .greatest trust and confidence. In
mistletoe on its top, and requested his death Texas has lost one of her
; her husband to get it for her. lie . noblest sons, and his district a fait -
; went and cut the top oil the hush, i ful friend and an earnest vmker.
| and commenced breaking of the mis- 1 pL- ]ea\'cs a wife, three children and
; tletoe, when, to his surprise and ter-; hosts of friends to mourn his death.
| ror, he discovered that the wood un-! Gainesville Gazette.
; dcriiealh presented the perfect form .«,\nd I heard a voice from heaven say-
I of a human liaiul. Capt. Andrews, j ing unto me: Write Messed are the dead
hearing of the wonderful discovery,1 "’ho ai- in the Lord from heneelo; th.
went to the house of Mr. Herron, Yea, »aith the Spirit, that they may rest
, ... . , from their labo s, and th ir wori s
j wlio, leelmg ra.tner uncpnitortaole . ]ow t|10m_
lover the thought that he cut it from ;
I a grave, and perhaps having some
theory as to its supernatural signifi-
cance, very willingly let Capt. An-
il ews have it. There are citizens of I Win-ma. D. II. Patter.-on n-d Maiy J
| this city to whom both Capt. An- j Patterson by tla i • certain deed ol trust
diews and Mr. Herron are known, J Bated theifith day o! Aeeu.d, n. D., iSpj, J
. . iii-. . .1 1 and duly recoroed in the District Clerk s
and they are vouched loi as tiuth.ul j torthe ,oun)v o!-(:nlvsrl„ ami
I men, hut the hand itselt is prool | of- qy;X.ls jn Mortgage book ’‘A," on
enough of t!)C truth of their statement pages 290 and 191, conveyed to the un-
concernin,i' it> growth on a hush. 1 dei-Msjned trustee.- the lollowin.r. <lesci-ibid 1
The hush'Irom which it was cut was i r-mporty, silu.ved in the nty Dcimon. j
six feet high, and tue hand was on j ffjt. Lot- nine (9) and ten (10 in block |
the top, pointing upward, present- |-lt-tv (50, jn the said city of IXmison, to-1
ing tlu: appearance of a minister’s gether with ail the appvrtenance • thereto
hand when pronouncing a I’eneilic-1 belongin';. \\ inch vid com0ante «)»
, • . ,1 .• made in trust to secure the uavment ol a
lion. It is a out the size ot a six . , , .
i certain note in said deed si loitn .mu
year old child s hand, with long sl-en-; inscribed, and whereas default hi • been
dor lingers, like those ot a person Gnade in payment of said note with the in-
very much emaciated by sickness. . terest thereon and the same remains due j
and unpaid. Now therefore the under* |
DU C. M'LANES
FOn the urns of
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Trvistct'K alt? of Kt*al
The wood has enlarged formations
j on each finger and the thumb repre-
senting ancl con espondin
i joints of the human hand,
with the !
about it is the
of the nails.
signed trustees at the request of Hu: legal
holder of said note and in perMianvr ol
the terms of said deed will, on Saturday,
the 12 th day of Jane, A. D., 1S7 3, buu.veen
the hours oY ten o’clock in the forenoon
,, , , mid four o'clock in the afternoon, at th •
appearance oi me n»«iS; rr(mt ofthe p0Kt office, in the city
J 1 lic\ had a kmd ot ilcsli cmoi, ami j f > ,* j) I so n, (ira\'son courity, ic\as, veil
the balance ot the hand, where the i at public vendue to the highest bidder for
hark had been entirely removed, j
j looks ghastly white. The first im- j
pression it makes upon you is the
same experienced in handling a skel-
eton, and a large majority of those
who see it regard it with the same)
cash the above described property to pay
said notes anil expenses ol this trust.
May 20 w 4 t. * A. B. Person.
ClIAS. II. Whi.s(>N
world for 111
Deni.- -iii , I
Mr. Arc x
citizens of 1
i dollar mad
licit, tin: patronage of the
1 isoil and vicinity. Every
...._______ .1 will lie expended iti
helping to Guild up this beautiful, enler-
I prising ;:i ty.
| Patronise: Home people in-t a.i ot out-
siders. YV. R. Arkv, Agent,
subdued, half-suDerstitious awe in-
snired hv the presence of a corpse.
Mr. Andrews says the grave from
which it was cut is supposed to be
the grave of a very devout Methodist
minister, hv the name ot butcher. J
■-'■ho was buried there many year-
Dr. Azel Ames. (r., in his hook on j
“Sex in Indli.try,’’ , oints out a i w
■ it '.ot: evils iikeh to attend the female j
type-setter. It is a question not ;
readilv determined whether or not
THE MOST PERFECT MADE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver
"IjAlN in the right side, vmd.’r th :
| edge of the ribs, increase on pr • -
sure; sometimes the pain is in th:
left side; the patient is rarely ah!
to lie on the left side; sometimes
the pain is felt under die shoulder-
blade, and it frequently extends to
the top of the shoulder, and is some-
times mistaken for a rheumatism in
the arm. Tire stomach is afrccted
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 sensat: m
in the back part. There ic generally
a considerable loss of memo- ,
corapanied with a painl il
c0 having left undone
which ought to have been :
slight, dr;.' cough is some
tend it. 'The patient cl.
w eariness and debility; h
startled, his hectare cold ! " 1". ,
and he complains of a pr -•- / mo-
tion of the skin ; his sj. .
and although he is satisfied that (.ex-
cise would be beneficial to him, ;
he can scarcely summon vp G ’ '
enough to try it. In fact, he di -
trus every remedy. Several of the
above symptoms attend the disease,
bat-cases have occurred where few
of them, existed, yet examination 0:
the body, after death, has shown the
Liver, to have been extensively de-
AGUE AND EEVEiL
Dr. C. M’Lan.Bs Liver Piles, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc product!-, e
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be u-ed, preparatory to
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise a!i who are afflicted wit'
disease to give them a fair tp.i
r. c. Ti- ■ nr-. 1 ->ny irl.-nr ' !• r
r>t t i i - • 1 I i- ii.in 4 jR a iii • w t
t .'••• « nl- i- •!. hk :!v, mi : / v,-.
C. :: L>l..‘H Lu‘T Pt/G, prryo, d h
I'-rWy’., /•-, th ■!.../•/ I
b.t'h’ i'uitaHnc To thnso wi.-Eii..: i<-.
trial, v.t will fcrwiinl p-r unL), bn-; . ;.
I «• ,l'** » ,i’<- U 4,1 J
iv.oiv. UiD* 'Ut po*t- ' f-tiilDp-.fT*".;
V IT .: J; - ft l flip- - :.l •'Hi IR-
, • A
J ing powers ot
ffl'cets of the dt
S. NlC11' :l,M >N,
YYllOT F-.M.f - •;’ 1 TLU,
No. :-<) Main ■' ;. ' doort(
DEN -IN. TEN AH.
Ma\ 5 tf.
Bam 0 a Life taraitte Company
7.! ( .-BILE ALABAMA.
ASSET'N, NOV. 30, 073. S'>:>>■ !<V>.
This ini 111.ely popular anil iii::!ily re-
sponsible C< rupanv oli't-rs its servic-.-s t<>
■ :r . | the pnopli* > >1 Texas. Its policies are ii 1 ■ -
eriil, its -.--.itt cin-ap, anil tin- ilix iileml to
police hoLB. r- -xeeeilingiy satisfactory.
I AIR DEALING
j has ever t:l 1 u >-u-l.-ri/eil its conduct in all
: lTspccts. 'Vh.ievcr wants insuratue
should seek the
j ALA. GO! LIFE INSURANCE CC.
Gen. A. lE'-ailiorn, Marshall, TY\-
i poisoning, and ol tb.e heat, ar.d un-
healthy postures UMially adopted are
j the 1 q-uvalents of the gain derived to
the compositor by tier power of mak-
ing the work >
j Few girl Cinnpo
ihan ei - El h mrs day : fin.-- m:.-t
sit at the case, .r ed are as a ride sick-
! !v. sudering from backache. Iiead-
■ che, weak limits, and general female
itorscan work more
r—, V. ’a Y _ i\
V jw '::- *V‘
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r m ' W* \a G*s ...... , G . W *
ins nave had
if main strong
: ns, Gen. i iel A.for Texas, will be
! pleased to 11 rive applicat-’ons for agency.
Col. G,-< a. I*, ami'-- i> General Agent
for the Indian Territories—his addres-,
_ 4JHAS. IiASKERY ILL,
Office over ti-- ;>••>*...liir.i. -a M ':ist.; dec, r w 1 vr.
Will practice 1:0 all (lie courts in tin: I2tli |
(udieiarv District. .~~
June 2 t-f. rp [. FRANK,.
J. M. WIGGINS. pRoPRtitroR.
LIVERY, I-TMD AXl) SALS STABLE.
First house on left r-iiie Main street
rom the depot, nearly opposite the Ala-: ST0CK SOLD ON COMMISSION,
) ENT SON
hv the docu
| to give up the
of tite gover
i \\ ashingtoi
| and ir altln giii.x who have ixeu
: compelled t-r leave in a lew years.
I pale, thin ami sick]v.
'Tin. S1-a siiT 01 Ki.<xy*1:nck.—
|The Tall Mall Gazette says: “An
admirer of Mr. J bight writes to a
Massachusetts paper that he 1ms ilis-j
covered the secret of the power this I
great s maker p< ssesses oi riveting
the attention of his audience. This
he believes to lie in the fact that he
uses njonosvla’.-les very largely. The
grand passage in Mr. Blight’s speech
on the I>hri d- bill describing- a Qua-
ker funeral begins, T will take the
case of my own sect,’and in count
i ing the words of that remarkable ora-
tion it will he found that out of 190
words : | 1. m re than si v enty-flve
per cent., were monosylahlesf’
£' ONE THIRD IS SAVED
; >!■; nil-1. y - op’.
ATT’Y AND C'T N
Office in Gla--cock
avenue Austu., Tex.-w.
Special at *• ;. * - - m to
and land claia.s.
SPANISH f: .a -
Cons a- atior. - • ' '
Qg y-r r_ \ i
in <;:t.i 1:• 11y -y tlu-ir |-
-1 !•>:.t! 1; t11-• Diliv
I'-' .' ■•il Cln-ini-t and
- ii-uiiii -i-iiv to ii,.iu-1- u
T*■ j 1 ■■- -. • ivli«--n*-.- ai.d
i a i- i,. -.1 -; 1 • 1 ... • Lr
i. i- -i a,1 ■ -. O ■ fvi 1
a 1 .XV."i i-(-:i in" lit:, klu
ai- 1 I a-.;.1 <>1 "i.i." line
--i:j . i--r
. 1 ’ >te m
line 1‘ iw-
i.it only in aans secure!) labeiled. Many
have Li-111 deei iced in 1. . .1 or bulk Pur
T. i- sold :w 1 lr. Price's.
Alximlai-tni-ecl onlv Lv
- IMEI i; »V I’RTfTL
L .e vjA-. L-kod and ('i,-'in,'ntL
H. roxEv .!■ f- *■',
ONE .V . -t UN SON,
Dmalkrs in Rku. E.rxTr
Newlv furnished. Attentive waiters,
an. 1. tf.
DENTSONT,................—TEXAS, j We have never seen a cor n crop
j jqJIV - tf-. 'look better than the present.
Abstracts of Titles furnished ibr t!a
City of Denison and Grayson countv.
CORRECTNESS Gl AR A NT;-' i'.D.
Office in Wallace Building, No. 312. Mim
r j'RAN KE - id M .
liberty i:.: :
AVI L LI AM Si -N t CVX'Ti " k v ' '
strangers visif.n- oar beaut!., c- ;■ .
Good stihies -••• • i-c' ten " 1 '
anil every com: rt to make the waylarems
Good lare, an. e.-.i-.. m
\\ () SPENCER Pixpt
T >RIGHT TK
NY Hi. LESALM and RETAIL I: EALEi
DRY GOODS, Bs'OTS ,-S 7 i, ’ s ..sy
FT. SCOTT. - - K.'NSA-k
Also branch, houce at Paris Texas.
^**(^iick sales ami >: : pr- i! 1- our
motto. iune ist.tf.
YV. J. Scott is ■
on Gatnlv street
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 8, 1875, newspaper, June 8, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720712/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.