Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 126, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
Denison. Texas, Thursday Morning. July 5,
THE DENISON NEWS,
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No. 112 Main Street,
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\ SK the recov-
tics, bilious suffer-
ers, victims of lev. 1
and ague, the mer-
curiai diseased pa*
tient how they r< •
cheerful spirits and
will tell you by taking Simmons’ Liver
Nothing is so unnieasant, nothing so
common as bad breath, and in nearly
everv case it comes from the stomach,
and can b. to easily corrected if you will
take Simmons’ Liver Regulator. Do not
neglect so sure a remedy for this repulsive
disorder. It will also improve rom ap-
petite, complexion and general health.
How many suffer torture day after day,
making life a burden and robbing exist-
ence of all pleasure, owing to the secret
sufferings from Piles. Yet relief is ready
to the hand of almost any one who wil
use systematically the remedy that lias i
permanently’cured thousands No dras-
tic, violent purge, but a gentle assistant
SHOULD not be regarded as a
trifling ailment—in tact nature
demands the utmost regularity of
the bowels, and any deviation
<rom this demand paves the way
often to serious danger. It is
quite as necessary to remove im-
pure accumulations from tlie bow-
els as it is to eat or sleep, and no
health can he expected where a
costive habit of body prevails.
Siege of Kars Raised and Russian
Dilatory Tactics of the Russian
London, July 3.—The Times’ Bel-
grade dispatch says the skuptschina
will desolate the independence til
The Times’ Bucharest dispatch
says the Russians have occupied
Tiuiova, the ancient capital ot Bul-
garia. Prince Titheskask lias pro-
claimed a provisional gouernment of
th* province, and tax collections are
ordered. J lie Russians are pass-
ing on behind Tirnova towards the
A Bucharest dispatch remaiks
upon the dilatory tactics of the Rus-
sians since they crossed the Danube,
and he sharply criticises the recent
operations. He says the retreating
Turks were not promptly followed,
and though the crossing was effected
on Wednesday, it was only on Sat-
urday that General Sckobeloti’s Cos-
sacks went til Verna, the where-
abouts of the Turks. Meantime the
I bridge was completed, and the Rus-
| siau forces was able to attack 011 the
| Hank imm Rustclnik and Nikopolis.
Access from Simnitzn to the place
j of embarkation was sutiered to re-
main a diflicult task—down a steep
I bluff-—and no attempt was made to
BOOLS, SHOES, 1IAL Sd C.
O. It. TIBBS’
New ami Complete Stock of
“The King of all Publications 1
sued For The Young Folks
on Either Side of
ust opened and for sate at Lower Prices
Ilian the same Goods have ever tie-
lore been sold at in this City.
If vou wish 10 prove ithe truth of what
CALL AT 119 MAIN ST,
Nearly opposite Postofflce.
y-DOIN’T FOltGET IT!
This distressing affliction occurs most : improve the communications,
frequently. I'lie disturbance of the stom-
ach, arising from the imperfectly diges-
ted contents, causes a severe pain in the
head, accompanied with disagreeable
nausea, and this constitutes what is [v>pu- I
larly known as Sick Headache. ( HoilSPS
J. H. ZE1LIN & CO.
Sole proprietors—Simmons’ Liver Reg-
“ I buy rill iny clothing of Plank
Bros., and this is the kind of a fit
I got every time.”
Havana, Key West and Dome-tie Cigars,
Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,
Next door to Frank’s Restaurant.
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
THE STORM KIND.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
TEACHER OF GERMAN.
Lessons given at the residences o' pn
piis. For further information nppiy at
the residence of M. A. Daugherty, or a
the Daily Niuvs’Office.
NEW CUSTOM MILL.
A. R. COLLINS <& CO.,
GLEANINGS ft’ltOM Ot It UXCUAXUIiS.
Cincinnati, July 3.—Another!
heavy storm swept through northern |
and central Ohio and Indiana last!
evening and this morning. Last 'T'ONE & MUNSON,
evening, at Elkhart. Indiana, Ux ' ■*; 1M, . .
| houses were leveled and four others 1 DLALERJ? IN REAL
I were partially destroyed. Eight or
ten persons were seriously injured.
| At Kingsbury, near Laporte, Iudi-
i ana, the wind demolished the resi-
dence of Mr. Burney, killing tout
persons. W illiam Fletcher, of Clin-
ton, Elkhart county, was killed by a
filling roof, and his daughter was
badly injured. Three men were
struck by lightning, and one of them
J. T. MUNSON.
Abstracts of Titles furnished for tin
City of Denison and Grayson county.
CORRECTXESS C,UAR ANTEED.
Office, 2T5 Main street, up stairs.
Flour, Corn leal, Grain, Prate Cotton
attention to Purchasing anil Forwarding for all
points in the Interior and Territory.
NEW CUSTOM MILLS.
Woodard Street, Denison, Texas.
Have i'n operation one of Straub’s Rest Corn Mills, and
are prepared to iill any orders lor
Bolted' or unbolted, by the sack, barrel or car load, made
from choice selected corn*
CHAMPION GROUND FEED
The best tiling out for Stack.
flave the only Hominy and Grits Mill in North Texas.
Corn Ground or Exchanged' for the Country Trade
every day. Try our Brands of Bolted
meal:, “Diamond Dust” and
Mill And Commission House on Woodard St.
The Times is creditably informed
that the great railroad king, Hunt-
ington, of California, will visit
Weatherford about the 1st of Sep-
tember on important business in
connection with his great Southern
Gov. Hubbard has accepted the
j invitation to deliver the annual ad-
dress at the North Texas Fair, to be
held in. Dallas, October next.
The death of Ex-Congressman
J Evans of this State is reported from
Stanford has been commissioned
I postmaster of Minneola and Cham-
berlain of Belton.
The millers of North Texas have
made up a purse of $120 as a pre-
mium for the best sample ct Texas
wheat on exhibition at the Dallas
fair next October.
Rev. J. L. Terry, editor of the
Longview New Era, has been ar-
rested on the affidavit ot one Col-
lum, charging him with libel, be-
cause of a jard in the Era, charging
Cullom with being a dead beat.
A negro girl, ten years of age,
was accidentally drowned in the
Brazos, at Waco Monday last.
( htuiipioii (ir.ouwl Ffeed
For horses, milk cows, hogs, etc., the
cheapest and best thing out lor stock.
Manufactured at ttie Woodard street
mill, by, A,. R. Collins & Co. Free de-
livery.. f’ S-tt
1ROWN’S MEAT MARKET,
FISCHER & BROWN, -
Next door west of Shaw’s
Oldest market in the city. Always
supplied* with the Dest and largest variety
of meats. Fresh sausage kept on sale.
PAUL WAPLES, JOHN O. WAPLES
E. H. LINGO.
TABLES, LINGO & CO.,
LEEPER, LINGO & CO: and WA-
PLES & CO.,.
Wholesale and retail dcnlers in
L U M B E R.
Lath, Shingle:, Doors, Sash, Blinds ,
Mouldings, Lime, Hair,
O.flees and: yards corner Main, street
and Houston avenue, and foot of Skidd)
DENISON - - - TEXAS,
The third volume of this iocomparab
Magazine is now completed. With
Soo renal octavo pages, arid its 600 ill‘
trations, its splendid serials, its »h r •
stories, poems, and sketches etc , etc., n
its beautiful binding of red and gold, it
the most splendi i gift-1,ook for boys at i
girls ever issued trom the press. Price, c •
in lull guilt, $5.
‘■St. Nicholas is fail of the choicest
things. The publication is, in all respects
flit bestot its kind. We have m y, r vet
seen a number that was not surprisingly
good.”—The C/iurckiii'i/., Hertford,
ST. NICHOLAS iOt 18/7
Which opens with November, 1876, be-
gins a short and verv < ntertainmg serial
from 1 lie French. ‘‘The Kingdom of the
Greedv,” a story adapted to the Thanks-
giving season. Another serial, ot absorb-
ing interest to bovs,
“HIS OWN MASTER.” BY J. T.
autnorof the “jack Hazard Stories, be-
gan in the Christmas Holiday number.
Beside serial stories, Christmas stories,
lively sketches, poems and pictures for the
holidays, and some astonishing illustra-
tions of Oriental spoits. with- drawings
by Siamese artists, the Chji .’.mas lit b-
day number of Nt. NHipl.i- .uperbly il-
lustrated. contains a ver/V interesting \ -.-
‘•THE BOYS OF MY BOYHOOD,
BY WILLIAM C. BRYANT.
•‘The Horse Hotel,” a lively article, by
Charles A. Barnard, splendidly illustrat-
ed; “The Clock in the Skv. ' bv Richard
A. Procter; “A Christmas play for homes
or Sun bn-Schools," by Dr. Eggleston ;
“The Peteikins GhriYiAas Tree,” by
Lucietia P. Hale; “Poetry and Carols of
Winter,” Lucy Larcom, with pictures.
IX) NOT FAIL TO BUY ST.
NICHOLAS FOR THE
During the year there will.be interesting
papers for boys by William Cullen Bryant,
John G. Whittier, Thomas llugie-r, 'A 1-
tiam Howitt, Dr, Holland, Geo. McDon-
ald. Sanford B. ilpnt, Frank R. Stockton,
There will be stories, sketches, and
poems, of special interest to gill- by Har-
riet Prescott S >,,fiord, Susan Coolidge,
Sarah Winter Kellogg, Elizabeth Stuart
Phelps, Louisa Aleott, Lucietia P. Hale,
Celia Thaxter. Mirv Maples Dodge, and
many others. There wi* 1 be also
“TWELVESKY PICTURES," BY PRO-
FESSOR PROCTER, THE
with maps showing “Tire Stars of Each
Month” which will be likely to surpass
in interest, any series of popular science
resently given to the public.
Amusement and instruction, with fun
and frolic, and wit and wisdom, will be
; ingled as heretofore, and St. Nicholas
,11 continue to delight file young and.
eive pleasure to the old.
THE LONDON LITERARY WORLIY
“There is no Magazine for the voung-
hat can lie said to equal this choice pro-
duction of Scribtiei's press.. Ail the arti-
eles, whether in prose or rhyme, are throb-
bing with vitality. * * * * * The
literature ar.d artistic illustrations are
The London Daily News says 1 *‘We
wish we could point out its equal in our
own periodical literature.”
GOOD NEWS FOR GIRLS & BOA'S.
To meet the demand for a cheaper St.
Nicholas Gifr book, the price of vols. I
and II ha-- been reduced to $3 each. The
three volumes, in an elegant librarv case,
are sold for $10 (in full guilt S15) so that
all may viv.e their children a complete set.
'Tlie volumes contain more attractive ma-
teria'. than fifty dollars worth of the ordi-
nary children’s books.
Subscription price $3 a.year. The three
bound volumes and a subscription for tins
year only $12. Subscribe with the near-
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 126, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1877, newspaper, July 5, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720924/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.