Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, July 27, 1874 Page: 2 of 4
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*" ~S 1 ijpi **«*a Heparter.
July; 27, 1874 ,1
_ iSOK News,
awn from that
' rasMtar left mt and
view* upon dtp manage*
t with aooppof the resolution,
ncil, June 15th, 187*.
“Wo Favor the Calling of a Constitution-
al Convention bp oar Next Legislature.’’—
Democratic Platform, 1873.
Gen. Ord has received instructions
from the War Department to pre-
pare at once plans and specifications
t >r the new bridge to be constructed
across the Platte river near Fort Lar-
A report is current in Austin that
a serious affray has taken place be-
tween the members ofCapt. Kelley’s
company of the frontier battalion, in
which eight men were killed. . The
report is not generally credited.
The first bale of new cotton re-
ceived at Galveston, arrived at In-
dianola last Saturday. It was ship-
ped from Cuero. It was sold to the
highest bidder and brought 27 cents
per pound. Mrs. Hausmann raised
the cotton, and lias placed the first
bale in the Galveston market three
-Sunday morning, the 19th inst., as
we learn from the Galveston News,
Dr. vV. F. McCrary and his cousin,
Joseph Thelford, Groesbeck, were
out limiting mbits, when their horses
came together at full speed. The
doctor was thrown oft’and his horse
rolled over him. He suffered inju-
ries from which lie died Tuesday
The Galveston News says Mr. J.
E. Latham, master carpenter of the
western branch of the Texas Cen-
tral Railroad, was run over and
killed near Bonham, Saturday morn-
ing before daylight. Neither the
engineer nor fireman saw him until
he was struck. The body was ter-
Dr. Sadler is very sick
expected to live.
A mod hog excited considerable
attention oh the square yesterday
The Moody murder case is pro-
gressing to-day. v*
Dr. Brooks’ drug store has under-
gone a new painting within the past
Parties from Shreveport and New
Orleans, are speaking of starting a
daily paper in Sherman soon.
A small Beeeher-Tilton scandal is
breaking out in Sherman. Three
hair pins have been found in the
bed of a very pious young man.
The street sprinkler, failing
Collect enough money to pay for
feeding the horses, has ceased
sprinkling and now the dust holds
A fine specimen of the feline race,
sleeping the sleep that knows no
waking, gives forth her sweetness to
the desert air 011 Pecan street, in
front of the Vaden block. It’s no
inconvenience to the towm as the
houses on that street are empty, but
they should have more respect for
Three negro convicts for the peni-
tentiary escaped from the county
jail Sunday morning. When the
guard opened the cage to clean out,
they rushed upon him, knocked him
down, and descended the steps into
the hall when the alarm was given,
but they cleared the fence and made
good their escape. One shot was
fired at them and it is thought one of
them was hit. Mr. Moody offers
$150 for their return to him. Their
names are Henry Dawson, Willis
Stuart and Bill Davis.
if. C. J. LEBERMAN,
Whol«Ml* and Retell Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS, and TOBACCOS.
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
MOODIE' & HANNA,
DENISON and DALLAS.
MOODIE, OWENS & CO.,
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY.
This unrivalled medicine is warranted
not to contain a single particle of Mer-
cury, or any injurious mineral substance,
Containing those Southern Roots and
Herbs, which an all-wise Providence has
placed in countries where Liver Diseases
most prevail. It will cure all diseases
caused by derangement of the Liver and
Simons' Liter Replator or Hein
FRESH ORANGES AND LEMONS
Looking Glasses, Billiard Tables and
furniture, Tenpins, Bar fixtures, etc., al-
ways on sa'e.
Cbrner Main street and Austin avenue.
Agent for E. Anheuser & Co.'s St.
Louis Bottled Beer.
Aprii to tt.
Is evidently a Family Medicine; and by
being kept ready for immediate resort
willsave many an hour of suffering and
many a dollar in time and doctors’ bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it is still
receiving the most unqualified testimo-
nials to its virtues from persons of the
highest character and responsibility.
Eminent physicians commend it as the
most effectual specific for
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION.
Armed with this Antidote, all climates
and change of food may be faced without
fear. As a remedy in Malarious Fevers,
Bowel Complaints, Restlessness. Jaun-
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is tho Cheapest, Purest and Best
Family Medicine in the world! Manu-
factured only by J-j II. ZEILIN & CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price. $1. Sold bv all Druggists.
May 15 dw i-y.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Grand Southern Hotel.
Corner Main and Austin,
Well furnished,pleasant and airy room*
to let by the day, week or month.
I would say to my friends and the
public generally, that I shall be pleased
to see their faces often at the Grand
Southern Saloon, and assure them thaL
no pains will be spared to merit a liberal
The highest price paiifor country pro-
Corner of Main street and Austin ave-
ger* SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT.
Wm. CAMPBELL &CO.
UE & LOVING,
CATTLE BUYERS AND SHIPPERS.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
LIVING IN SAN ANTONIO.
A Brownsville dispatch to the
Galveston News says: Col. Robb
is aiding the Congressional sub-
committee in investigating the fron-
tier depredations, lie wishes proofs
of depredations since June, 1873, to
be forwarded to Col. Thomas P.
Robb, Park Ridge, Cooke county,
Illinois. Also, letters concerning
outrage# on persons and property by
A negro named Harry Grabb,
charged with outraging a German
girl, sixteen years old, near Wathe-
na. Mo., \vas shot and killed by the
indignant populace, a week ago last
Friday. The negro was being taken
to Troy, and was met by an armed
band. No doubt suspicioning their
object he attempted to make his es-
cape by running through the crowd.
Forty shots were fired at him before
1 e was brought down. A citizen,
lames McPherson, was also accicUm-
Bcef, of an excellent quality, sells
in our market at about four cents a
pound, about half the price in Hous-
ton, and less than halt the price in
Galveston. Young chickens, of
good size, are abundant at fifteen
cents apiece, and full grown ones at
twenty to twenty-five cents apieijf.
Fresh country butter sells at fifteen
to twenty cents a pound, and eggs
at a bit to twenty cents a dozen.
Honey is plentiful at twenty cents
a pound. Texas bacon and lard, of
excellent quality, can be had for
eight t« ten cents a pound, so that
the increased freight on Western
bacon and lard does not effect us.
Vegetables of all kinds are very-
cheap. Rents are low, board is low,
schools are good, health is good, the
country and scenery are beautiful.
Where can this be beaten?—San
Liberal cash advances on cattle con-
signed to the house of Mulhall & Scaling,
rp L. REBER,
BOOK AND NEWS DEALER,
Repairing promptly and neatly done, and
all work warranted.
COMMISSION MERUIT. AN I’S
North side Main st..
Liberal advances made on consign,
Frc e yards for stock to be sold,
Austin avenue, bet. Main and Skiddy.
janjo-tf DENISON, TEXAS.
Hunter, Evans & Co.,
And a general assortment of
DIES, FRUIT, NUTS. TOBAC-
CO, CIGARS, Etc. Etc.
May 31 W t-f.
P Leeper, Kn. II. Lingo, A. C. Waites,.
Richmond, Mo. DSnison'1 exa-. Liberty, M01
LEEPER, LINGO & CO.,
Successors to J. P. Leeper .V Co., ai t.
Cameron & Mayfield.
Office and Yards Corner of Austin
Owings and foot of Skicidy si.
^ G. RAN DELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
For the sale of
LI YE STOCK.
“There is more expression than
originality in that term employed by
Mr. Beecher, and which even West-
ern people seem to think so funny,’’
said a wanderer from the Connecti-
cut Valley, this morning.
“What do you mean?” asked a
Office over the postoffice, on Main st.
Will practice in all the courts in the 12th
June 2 t-f.
R. I). HUNTER, National Stock Yards,
East St Louis. III.
A. G. EVANS, Kansas Stock Yards,
Kansas City. Mo.
W. H. DAY attends to all business in
CASH ADVANCED ON CONSIGN-
MENTS TO EITHER HOUSE.
tally shot, nnu died in a few tno- j Dispatch reporter.
ments; find a lady riding along the | ’’ W liy I mean just this, every
road, vvns severely injured bv being Connecticut farmer’s boy knows
. • j . r »• kw-twt.h if \ 1 mi rit tl-n oi>m-<
thrown from her horse, which took
fright ai the firing.
,ROVER S’ AND FREIGHTERS
G. W. WALTERS. Proprietor.
HE GRAND SOUTHERN
J. RAYNAL, Proprietor.
A full assortment always <
White and Yellow Pine Lun.l ti, D001
Sash, Blinds, Shingles, Lath, Lirnt. *
Cement, etc., etc., and at prices meeting
any and all competition.
We have also a full stock of' Vane. Cul -
vert & Co.’s Mixed Pf.i l, all colors, ami
ully warranted the best i 1 the market. 11
Avery, Roseerants S3.,...
Wholesale and retail dealers
A large ■ 'oe'; 01
This popular restaurant is situated on
Sauer Building, corner Main and Austin, the corner of Main street and Ailstin ave-
nest-hiding” as one of the every
day expressions of (he farm. It
meant well enough in its original .
I use. A favorite trick with boarding
It is probable that many good ] school boys and farmers’ sons istoj
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the
nue. It has been fitted up with ail mod-
ern Conveniences, and is in charge of an
house-wives do not know that butter
------- . ........... 1 capture a hen upon the first indica- j T7 AGLE SALOON.
may be kept firm and nice-looking j tion of the‘‘setting fever” and rush j H,
G. W. WALTERS, Proprietor,
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
can be had by the day, week, or month.
Flour, Corn and Saeoiv -
ALWAYS ON HAND
Brown Store building, “lain si..
t y merely inverting over it a flower her off to some hidden nook where |
pot covered with damp cloths. In | she is placed upon the proceeds of
Board per week.
the same way a water-pitcher envel-1 some plundered nests. Three weeks
op-d in wet cloths will keep its
after she unexpectedly makes her
t mts cool and grateful to the parched j appearance with a brood about her,
f 'roof fhu: Kftt HfAof laov '1,1.1 t
ami then there is great wotideiinent
throat this hot weather.
iit31 Cask on Record.—The
Virginia Sentinel relates a curious
■nc’derit, which is certainly the first
of the kind that has been brought to
our notice. It appears that a shep-
herd’s dog, through whose-instru-
mentality a, negro who commifted ! in referring to intrigues and lidsons,
about the farm house, and the good
woman puzzles herself to explain
where and how the hen came by the
chickens. This was a common
trick when Beecher was a boy, and
is now in Connecticut. The impure
haye frequently used the expression
The table is nlwavs supplied with the
Old Town Company Building, Main st. j best in the market.
April 30 t-f.
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in du-
N. S. OILBLitr- HENRY MLR KIT
S. GILBERT & CO.,
m \Li:i - in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
an outrftgWn Amherst county was j and the term seems to have beei
identified, has been committed to ; well used by Beselier.”—Dispatch.
the TKilice station at Lynchburg
in fcfault of to attend as ai
Bexar county has upward of 3000
witness on the nter/s trial (bi the of- j voters, but only So voles were cast
at the election for school trustees.”
SKIDDY ST., JUST ABOVE RUSK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts in the
Washing and ironing done On the most : SPECIAL
liberal terms, and perfect satisfaction
Woo'd ard .-tract, west of An .tin,
for boarding houses and families.
Office 3d room in Wallace Block.
Agents for Du Pont Powd" cotnpunv,
: and for sale at St. Lou's price*. 50,001
feet ot cotton fuse. Goods delivered iu
t any part of the city free of chut ge.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, July 27, 1874, newspaper, July 27, 1874; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720968/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.