Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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De.vison Texas. Wednesday Morning. March 14. 1877.
n O 0 7 .S', • ND SHOES.
N*BO!> ■ . ’
Is now receiving from tin: best Manufac-
turers 1 heir Spring Stock of
1 morton of Texas. The latter met
i Field in die lobby of Songress, cal -
l'd him a scoundrel and a pimp, and
I The Christian^ following Their ,,i(i a l]o^ W()il!(| no, t:;ke notice of
Avocation ill Still) ty. him Field replied that he wished
no controversy. Throckmorton sAd
, lie dared not provoke any. The by*
London, March 12.—Admiral ,4.,n(|er< ,0()k FieLl away.”
Mr. Field is from New York, and
A SK the recov-
A ered dyspep-
March 12.— Admiral
Hopart, pasha ot the Turkish navy,
| writes to the 1 lines from Constant- js ()ne ()f- t]ie inee- iciioLios. who
_nAmn ,T A nTTmnn nople, under dale ot Marcn JM, proposed to d.fe it the re-mlt of an
BOo A iJ AlSi/ ' contradicting „ the utpoiF cm lint miutratiou, to which he consented,
AikI will sell either Bis own or Eastern
work, at Wholesale or Retail,
Putting all of hi* stock down to bottom
prie s, and selling mostly
_ FOR CASH DOWN.
Rons 111 aho-s made to measure or repaired on short notice, both worn a: d lit
-im.-nu', d. A good *toc< of Rubber Shoes. Shoe findings and Le ither constant-
ly on hand.
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Th ■ ee months....... ........
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Business cards ii inch, per month.
l.o.'a! in ices, io cents a line ho1 1
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tea 7 o oils p a' line
1) column advertisements, on
J,r adverti-'ements at legal rates.
Tiaiitcol advertisers will oe ex,*^C r
to pay n advance.
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1 r W € ION IN KOri I O N S
MOST WS AM QUICKEST LINS
From all Points in
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fir*1 nil «l‘ m » • ?!i ;t r • t’’l Iro i a
«11 < n-ft| !lv r. Tli k «!'«• i»f»t r«
oilmen !>•<! ' ,• 11I file ill-1Mat a 'i« t
Iranianil’,.1 • 11 for I d;-nn-
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• .. I.ilina • • I.'hr".iri* i Ml,
ralftllall'Mi of l i I! ti (. K i l ey
AliVdinn -. ! miTiijtinitt
all of v. It It-h r< Ml in a • I• • r t - -
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IN .MAN APOI.IS,
ci! err vnooga,
And all Points
Northeast & Southeast
Trains Arrive and Leave Sherman as
f, 40 p. m. I 31, Mail and Ex I
| 3j, Mail and Ex. | 9:00 p. m. j
6 io a. 111. 33, Way Freight. I
| 3 i. Way Freight. | 2:50 p. m.
< ION NECTIONS:
At 'Ecxarkana, with all trains on St. i
I.ouis & Iron Mountain and Southern |
Railw;'.’, for all points Ninth, Kast and
At Longview Junction, and Mmneola,
wil l .til trains on International Railroad.
jor j eer, Palestine, Houston, Austin,
Halve-ton and San Antonio.
At Dallas, with trains of the Houston
■V Tcxa- Central Railway, for Coi'icatia,
y[ voi, oivniomi, Waco, Caive,l.».\.ui,
}l'*inpst'ad, P.r nham and all points in
Middle and Southern Texas.
At -ihennan, with H- .V 1. C. Railway,
t )r all points on the line ot that road,
At Fort Worth, with Stages for all
points in western P-xas.
A; Shr ■.ceort. with Red River Steam-
ers for New Orleans.
ic^rpiite's Palace Sleepi Cars,
! r. WORTH, DALLAS & SHERMAN,
\ n v intorm ition in regard to rates of
f.- Passage, Time and Connec-
• will he eiicei fully given on applica-
G, ei ltd Superintendent, Marshall, Texas.
W. H. NEWMAN,
;; .|U;rnl Freight Agent, Marshall. Texas
R. W. THOMPSON,
;; .,,eral P. & T. Agent, Marshall, Texas.
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: criti-; NICK 11 KAl>.\CHE. :
RKql lUi; X 1 1 ItAMiK OF !
1 1 BBS
: iitR in iu;i,i viau i able.;
: NBVl.ll Ijltl' 1: OU NAlISE- ;
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; THE DE’IAND FOB TETT’S;
:I’ll.l.S is not ronliix'J tu
• cmi,u y. I.iit i>xt„n,ls to nil p.irls;
•uf llir world.
; Ai’T.BAR Iir:An,' li*stirtliiiit's,:
•K,„.i 1 rti|[rsllnn, sunnS *!•'< p,:
:Iiii-ivant -|,a i(s, fins *•;iji*'Iit,*, •
I’l B I.S
Bin, Kf',ie» of tftr remits of th*:
'll', of TUTS I’lU.S,
AS A FA'HT.y MBt'K’INi: 1
: Ti n ’s ini,i.s aim: : in-::
i HI *7—I’EIM’E' TLV I1AHM- \
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tJt k‘JU •>£« L-V
iii liiii \Jlsliia 11 0
This unrivaled preparation has per-
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annals of
history. Patient • ‘uiering for years from
the various disea-' "'. of the Lungs, alter
trving different remedies, spending thou-
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor-
ing, have, bv the use 01 a lew bottle.s,
entirely recovered their health
“wari'T L3 to mum,”
lie-.v York. Augaut 30,1373.
D ft. TUTT:
Doiir Sir: Whoa In Atknn.list wintor, I uiod your
E'-poetararil for ro.7 cou.'li r.u.t rcalllfd moro honoft
from it lh>" anyth »* I ever took. I imio wait that
I will not itj to i’l oiicla n*xt winter as I lmandad.
fiend mo olo dozen bottles, by expresi. for oo.no
friends. ALFRED CUSHIN3,
1X3 West Thirty-flrat Street.
Boston, January 11,1S74.
Thisoert!*9Jthat I haveroeommonrted the uaeol
Dr.Tutt’a Eipootorant 1 >r < ■ «»*<(tu«lua««
for tho past twoycaro.snd to riy hnovtlrlc ■ many
bottlcR have been used by my paileuto with tho hip-
p’OBt results. Iu two eases whore it v ta thought -jon-
llrtnod eonsiimptiou liad taken pine r t he F.xpector mt
effsoted a cure. R. It. SPRADUE, IC.D.
" We can not apeak too highly of Dr. Tutt'fi Cx*
poctorr.nt, and lor tho soke of suffering humanity
hopo it may beeomo more gounrally known ” C;<Kia
hold by Dfiiggistf l rice SD.00
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p. M A1T1M • ‘ m, ( 11
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T" ‘.e • ... r-rer
Tilsitispli & L?
nl'Vififl uf i):>rr.—«, v‘ h liuiadr« «U « t \n . 1 . r<. v;|ns
V. he* liiOMdl l id I . ’ll* iidpi’«nl■ In u.ifrliij P, tip. ir iiu-
Lri'i! ill Cl" 'I’ll ’Hon nilD^POK-b, til.’ v •\pi:lillii:ir tliHr
n il )< vcduititin ’ of t*i
Fwiim j' kicni.lHjwt"f*iira
ho u mil
«n ml ni
l the kind cv1
TflBfb, tu’.ly • \niu
hcnns l'i enri*; it*h V.i- nn!y mdir
wr pB-liiiihrri, u;h1 i< ciiinp’.i’c
in ovv; v r"»MTt. S nl ‘'('imly ri s-'fii on icepint <*n h>> n
Adiirc i A. I'.' mann\}i. O.y..North idfth ttnvu
ftt. L Mo. ILiflb’ishvU in U^F-
rp nud cirp. Tr< ;it
(•RI1F ’S , BVDI’ ''ti'1
! about L'utkcy. IJc says thu country
j is quiet, anil life and pr. >pe? ty area:*
.sale as in any country ol Europe.;
There is no panic anywhere, anil j
the Christians Ihiio.v their vocut. nb !
in safety. J he Turks honestly ad-
mit the truth oi the accusation ot
bat! administration, and arc desirous
j to make radical changes. From the j
I beginning in end the vest empire is.
| full of contlictmg elements an i the;
! bad svstc;n cannot be changed in a
day. Thev ask for time and lielp
II Vo in without iu aid of the admiiu.v
jtiatiou, and a little kindly, generous
feeling from Europe.
by filibustering.— U ic E: ar,ii>icr.
Written lor the IX*.L mi Daily News.
/ ‘ ' ■
will tell >ou by titkiug
THE CHE A EES T, 1'UREST AND
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
IN THE world:
tics bilious *uth t-
et , victims of level
and ague, the mer-
curial diseased ya-
tient how they r*-
cheerful spirits and
—.......... ; For Dyspepsia, Consti| a’ion, Jaundice,
rt ?ir. Hflyrs rert'i.. tl.e Moral uniJ I’o-( Bilious attack', a L / .ui.ie, Colic,
liiiceiMi. ji.ii i oi' tii • iii'sr'Kleinmiis oi' • hs Depression of Spirits, Sour Stomach,
t'oiiulry in llo.'luiiug it tu its Noruuil | | £eni t Bum, A c.,
'The unrival led Southern Remedy it
BV WM. S1IAI’COTT.
That Ji. H. Hares occupies an
unenviable position as the chief mag-
i-sirate of the nation, i.i a fact that
warrant d not to contain a single particle
of meicur ., er any injuri n* mineral sub-
stance, but is
PURELY VEGE TABLE,
Containing thorn South n root' and
will not be denied by his persi.-nui j herbs, which an aitwi -e Providence ha*
friends, or foes, surrounded as be is j Voiced in o;*unti-ie> wh,t Tver disease*
in the incipient stages ot his admin-
\V A Sill NO CAN NO IKS.
Carl Schurz, nexv secretary of the
1 inlet ior, assumed his duties Momlv.y
bheilti ick \\ . Seward will arrive
: here in a few days lo accept the p.>-
; siti.m of assistant secretary of State.
The cabinet was swam in Moti-
i d:ty morning by Judge
| sequentl; there was a general
j verr.atiou preliminary to die first
'regular meeting Tuesday,
i The senate privilege.' and elec-!
| tions committee Monday, hv a strict i
parlv vote, authorized the chairman ,
| ta report to the senate 1 ( 'day taut
i Kellogg had a primet facie ri.. it to
admission as senator from L *u.s
I iatia, and to be in.mediately sworn,
in. The demo .ratio members will
! present a dissenting tepo.i.
Ex-Senator Key was formally in-
! (iiicted as head ol the p K.toiJice de-
| partinent Mmnlav afternoon. He
remarked merely that he felt some
embarrassment in coming among
! them as a stranger, but that he
wished them to know that he had
no intention of making am; elnu g s
[anil that he desired to discharge the
duties of the office as his distin-
guished predecessor had done.
istiatioii with a class ol’ men whose
venal, aibitrary and dt based politi
cal cltaiacU r eclipses the hist ry oi
all time, and of all the other gov, nt-
mnits that e\ r existed since the or
•gaiii/.ation of civil govemmeitts
among men. lie now lias it in his
power to correct long existing abuses
in the government by making the
*'1 ’/ military power subordinate to civil
^ 1' ’'ll ' ! authority, and restore the country to
condition ol peace so long a stran-
ger to such a desirable end.
If men’s pubiieb declared enti-
ments are to Ire idled on tVeuient
Hayes is bound, by liis honor as a
ma:!, to carry out what he promi-nJ
in his letter of acceptance, after ills
nomination last fall, and Car! Schttrz,
of Mi,-.:- uni, during the l ist cam-
paign, in a speech delivered in Cin-
ch; mb August yl- iS/ i, prochiiir.e,.!
what that p rlicy would be, and in
language the most emphatic said:
••I speak with confidence, lor that
con fid ice I possess. 1 have his
woul for it; you have his word fot
most prevail. It will cure all diseases
can 'd bv the derangennent of the Live»
Tiie sv.uptoms of liver complaint are ^
bitter or bad ta'te ir the mouth; Pain in
the biyck, - des or jji’ils, often tnisken for
RiunimatKi!!; ’ inr * o.'.avu; io-sofapp«-
tito; bowels nl: -ruatelv • •-.stive and lax;
headache; loss of n mm with a miinful
'ensaiiou ,t it. v. -L lato do sorae-
thing which ought to have been dme;
di nlity, I \v -: .;it- a M . k y llov. ,p-
pearance of the si.in a ut i;>e*. a dry
cough often mistaken foi cm-umutuon.
S,i:-• *,■ 'times man} of -se -ye:'-tom*
attend the dL. se. at o’h • v tv few;
but tin: liver, tin htrg ■' organ in me
Ic dv. is . et'ii ' ally tb ; ■ '■■’ o' tb. * di‘- a»e,
•; d if not i g.il'.i! ui hi ' i •• gre it -i"l-r-
in.g, \vietciiedne.ss ai:J d,nun wul ensue.
I can recommend a- ai, h u :uu- reru
edv for di* a-e o! th liver, be t*.r , and
dyspepsia, Simmons’ Liver Regulator.
Lewis G. fuNi;nit.
162; Mas' r Street.
Assistant Postmast, Pnilatieipliia.
“We Iu:v • t.'-.'eil ii • virtu personally,
and know that tbr ;lv«pv:- .... IBliousne**
and thr,lulling headach it ■ the b
nr, divine the world evt. sa • tVe have
tried forty (tiler remedies before Sim-
mons'Liver R -g'.i cor, del 1 ic if mem
•gave ns more than tern war relief; but
the R gulato' n >t oi y relieved, but
it ; the whole American people have us."—Ed. *1 degrayh anti Messeiv
his u ,.ni fur it, and is G *v. Haves 1 ger, Macon, Ga.
is a man of itouor, that word will be | Manulactured ordv by
J. H. ZuILLV A CO.
Macon Ga.. and Pliiln dphia.
personal i ,’r!ci" 0,I'° ’■ bv al1 druggists.
TI XA.S- IlKIt I L i Ii UK.
JR l SEES.
One person in evei v four is ruptured.
Here we have the significant opin-
j ion of one of Mr. Hayes’
; anil political’ friends, assuring the
j country that the sentiments of Mr.
__ i lla\es’letter, in correcting the abu-
The tide of immigration still (lows 1 * ’S ot* rite gove- mnent, would be
uninterruptedly into the Lone Star carried out in all its details. ,
State. No State in the Union ever i he duty of all Detr.ocr its in pov/-, pHL LEM 11U sb 0.> LARIH.
settled more rapidly, or has a bright- ; cr in both hraf.cl.es ol out national
er future in prospect. Nature, out . legislature is now made plain in sup- _ _....................,.....
of her abundance, has been lavish in [porting President II ’ yes in ins poucy j and two-tJdrds thus ;Bic •<! desire to die,
m ikiii" her one of the most varied of conciliation, and the restoration of j as they suffer horn Di-p-psia. Spinal
in products on the American eonti- [the beleagi.red states to their prope. j Derangement
nt'nt. Her salubrious climate, her position in the Union and the piuih-1 “ ’ .
boundless prairies, her beautiful riv- cation of the evil-service ot the com,-. J flQ^’t} gj]f]U£ ^ R^[ TfilSS/ X
cm's and varied scenery, at once en- try against die vioiCiice and cl s.tp- , j,'or the treatment an<i cure of Rupture
clunt the traveler anil buov his poiutment ot a Blaine, the cunning !tnd Hernia,, patent d G75. is the only
I ‘ soiri'.- ” land stratagv of a Coilkliug and the scientific tru'S invented. Every nhysi-
' 'nk y, !, I,El,I,ft,I, breathing rc- c„m,ptim,S of a Mart,,,, and all gan e*» i= ««»d «»J-
ets they control m the coun.ilsot the ' Rljpfu;ed 8uffercrs fr0,,, old-fashioneo
nation. metallic and liard rubber -springs fil'd
The paralyzed condition of btiei- comfort.
r , , 1, p ,, Send tor samnl -truss, circulars, and
ness for the past few yeais has been en()orse”nt, of ‘^usa,. N who have
the resit.t ol the maladmimstl**tion - n cured, and of the leading pit > sivians
of the country and the want of con- ol the United States, including the great
fidence in the integrity of the men at 1 doctor and surgeon -Gregory, principal
the head of the government and in i ot the St. Louis M Jical College. All
the election of Mr. Hayes to the
! lief to the asthmatic, and adding
strength to the feeble constitution.
| Already the husbandman is putting
in his crop, having prepared the
1 soil in the season that the northern
farmer holds close communion with
; the fireside.
I util recently hut little was known
1 of this beautiful land ot sunbeams
say it is the best truss known. It list*
: . | cured a 5 year rupture in live weeks,
">n account of the long, tedious and presidency. It controlled oy the 1 send 10 cents for oik we. kly t.uss paper.
I hazardous journey to reach her bor-! samu influences and bv the same i etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is tup*
dels. The M., K. & T. railway, men lira* contioiled Ex-President | tured on both st.ios badly, aa f has b.-cn
the banner Hue of the Southwest, Grant the country would be as po\v-. Jus?for htase"? tn.....
! enters the portals of this great State 11 less under Mr. Hayes as uniter | ror
at iter gate city. Denison, the Ninth Grant, and the distress and want ot 1 MEN, WOMEN And CHILDREN!
Wonder of the World. ; confidence would widen until the | w[,o daily bless Mr. II. for his invention.
To the M., K & T. railway is chasm will become impossible. i THE HOWE FEMALE f UI FORTE R
due the credit ol settling up this vast Since the compromise commission js (j,e |jest known for abdor. Ha! atleo*
of the finest farming lands in has given to Mr. Haves the liberty [ tions.
lands that were 1 of occupying the chair of statelet
25 per acre, some him be the President ot the Ameri-
the South. The
purchased at $t
! four years ago, are now sell' tig at can people,
from $io to $25 per we.—Great
South- ll fst.
NOT IN TUB I’Mtl 'S HKI’OKTS.
The following bit of gostip did
not come in the Associated Press re-
ports. but is found in the special cor-
rcsoondence of the Cincinnati En-
“'I'he ill-feeling of the Southern
Democrats against David Dudley
Field for i ntpugning their motives,
broke out to-dav in ;t peisonal col-
lision between Field and 1 brack-
ii you have a friend ruptured, do him a
favor by sending us name at one.
X IlOWE T RUSS CD , X
; Box 1170. Council Biaffs, Iowa
fG)”“yO')o 'traveling agents w 1 ■ d
(States, countie-i. and town - ups for sv .*
Dr. John A Malcolm. Sole Agent, Liv
Drug Store, 1,’eninuii, Texas.
oug. 16 tf.
Louis I.ebreeht keeps the best assorted
stork of cigar* in the city. They are of
superior quality, manufactured by the
largest and most reliable NEW YORK
He means to compete with ST. I.0UI8 (E>^l n* A DAY at home. A .mil
price*. Examine his stock before you ; ^ Ju^wanb-d. On fit a ,t term . free,
make vour purchases. Vox will be con- ; lyfl'l CL ., Augus'-i. Maine,
v need he is stating “FACTS.” septytf nu-,’n. 7, i-v d.
^ A'O'Ft do any
f ■ iiitttiypttp. * 'f
n gut OUT llg«
tirah it will (*''d you nothing and V*'ilv surely stisu you
Hi >\w\. Ad* rr*»,
t>i. JaOuiniiL s'vrt .R'rf X PuM’ff Col* Si l2o:us. Ma
$10 to 25 per Dfiy otht-’u-^oticyom^
»m*n to evV an artiJo i>n STAPL. ’ »• CO 1' FEE, to Fftrnu w
*wst r-fh v"' in !. ubi " •*. n no'L'Iiborii'o'd*. Particulara Pitm
U E CiXN>’ U.L CO- to* JLouuk 3b
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1877, newspaper, March 14, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720859/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.