Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 17, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, April 17,1875.
The Daily News. ! Go t0 Achc80"'s tor !t>
From tli* RegUtw.
H. C. Wt’IlKAV, Proprietor.
I)K. J. S. CHAM’S
j About one hundred persons guth- The Compromise Measures Adopt*
ered at Be‘sell & Bio’s, livery stable j e(J foy the HoiUte h\ 11 Vote
Fluid Lightning,! '°„(wi,"M! a fi8l,t bc‘ ”r 84 <•11
................ ..........« ™ Fluid Lightning,|“tv 1“
l/t*r week.......................... 2^ 1 t
Subscription to be paid in advance. The Instant and Infallible Cure for ; We notice that our friend, Mr. VV. , „ , . .
Delivered free within the city by carrier 1 NEURALGIA, NERVOUS HEAD- II. James, recently connected with JOlllt ltes°IUT,0,l KeCOglll/IJlg IlIC
ACHE, TOOTHACHE. PLEURISY, j the Courier, or this place, has started ---k‘l‘“A-
a job office at Paris. j
auvrrtisi.no rates :
One inch, first insertion...........$ 1 50
Each mbrequent insertion .... 75
One-eighth column, one month.... 6 00
Three months.................. 15 00
One-fourth column, one month.... 10 00
Crick in the Neck and Pains in the Back
Kellogg Government Adopt-
ed by ft Vote of 8!) to 18.
Chicago, |an. 9, 1874.—I
Three months.................. 23 00 Dr. Cram’s Fluid Lightning in headache,
Business cards, i4 inch, per month, 3 00 [ neuralgia, rheumatism, toothache and
Special notices, iS cents a line for th, | various other pains until I am most
first ii sertion. each subsequent publica- ! heartily convinced that it is tar superior
ion 10 cents per line. ! tc>:U1 otl'U !tr'?Wn :‘^vnes.
Notices that are inserted under the head | h- J- ** arewrll, M. D.,
ol Local Paragraphs,” will be charged 25 „ ° , s, ).’ .
11 ts a line e.wh insertion. I Chicago. Jan. 9, i874;-In October las
Double column advertisements, one ! a^ su lenng intolerable neuralgia of
third extra. t u: f*« “.‘r.ten ll.a-vs w,th°ut.rellel, fro'n
Lena' a .rUement* at legal rates. | «ble physicians. I was entirely and per-
1 ent adue.Users will be essectec to ' mnnently relieved in one hour by the use
of Dr. Cram s Fluid Lightning.
W. P. Watson, Dime Savings Bank,
105 Clark street.
| From “Father” Drake, G. W. C., of
the Good Templars:—Have ii ad Di.
| Cram’s Fluid ginning in my family for
some time, and used it in many cases of
lnadache and toothache without a single
• i 11 advance.
All charges made in currency.
dec ler in
ol every description
failure. Joseph L. Duane,
34 Piice Place, Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 24, 1874.—I have used
Dr. Cram’s i luid Lightning for head-
ache and neuralgia pains. It will do all
that l-claimed for it.
W. II. Sharp,
Florence Sewing Macheins.
j Chicago, May rej, 1874.—From fre-
quent use of Fluid Lightning, I regard it
I as a great remedial agent for neuralgia
! and all nervous pains.
L. M. Siiklvk, Attorney at Law,
89 Clark street.
An officer from Dallas county took
one McDonald, a noted horse thief,
from onr jail to Dallas last week.
McDonald wtis captured at Denison.
From the Dallas Herald.
New Orleans, April 15.—The
report of the committee on elections.
A couple of bright looking Choc-1 embodying the terms of the award
taw maidens cfented quite a sensa-j v>j’8.a‘*°Pte^ in the house by a vote
tion one day this week by riding , of e'ghty-hYo to fifteen. <
down one of the principal streets | ^ost ot *be members displaced |
astraddle of their little ponies. made speeches intimating their ac-1
quiesence. Mr. Poindexte", of As-i
There is a young lady in town who
declares that Beecher has brought
good old fashioned kissing into such
contempt that she has lost confidence
even in her own sweetheart.
We have been shown the plan for
the new brick block to be built in the jevery (]av>
northeast corner of the square. It is I The joint resolution recognizing
a very handsome and imposing look- ,hc Kellogg government, and pledg-
sumption, one of the ousted by the
award, said he had the satisfaction
in giving up his seat to know that j
his old master, who had always been .
just and kind, would take it. This 1
was an honor which did not occur
ing building, and when finished will
be an ornament to the city.
We notice that our friend, George
B. Greene has been elected Grand
Master Exchequer of the order of I eighty-nine to eighteen.
Knights of Pythias, for the
iug the members to support the ef-
forts of the governor in reform and
good government, was adopted by
the house at 1 45 p. m. by a vote of
The highest price paid for country pro-
Fluid Lightning acts instantly and ef-
_ fects a permanent cure when all other
, , , I remedies fail. It does not redden or
Corner of Mam street and Austin ave- | blUter lhe skiri) is perfectly safe, and in-
stantly cures 19 out of 20 cases of nervous
pains. CALL AND TRY 1T-IT
COSTS YOU NOTHING. Tne wonder-
ful success of tliis remedy has led un-
principled persons to imitate it. None
genuine that has not Dr. Cram’s likeness
on the label.
For sale 0nly.1t Acheson's drug store.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
1). W. STONE,
J. H. GUY.
J M. SHEEDER,
224 Main Street,
STONE & GUY,
Receiving anil Rtmiiiii Apts.
We are constantly receiving fresh sup- [ j am now manufacturing my own trees,
plies of choice groceries, and selling warrant them
cheap, for cash.
Liberal cash advances made on! NATIVE FORKS.
cotton consigned to us. ... , ,
Prices as low as any other house.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assort-
TEXAS and CALIFORNIA SADDLES,
Buggy and Wagon Harness, etc.
March 15 tf.
J. M. SlIKICUKR.
year, and S. N. Zemansky one of the
Past Grand Chancellors.
Messrs. Kinsey & Farmer are now
fairly at work manufacturing tobac-
co. They have turned out about one
hundred and fifty caddies, and after
the first of May will put it on the
market. It is pronounced, by good
judges, a first rate article, and put up
in the very best manner.
An effort is being made by our
Baptist brethren to secure the ser-
When a girl crops her front hair
and pulls it down over her forehead
like a Mexican Mustang, and then
ties a piece of red velvet around her
neck, who can wonder at the num-
ber of pale-faced young men that
throw away their ambition and pass
sleepless nights in trying to raise
down on their upper lips?—Kansas
Gen. McKenzie came down on the
train Sunday. The General says he
vices of Rev. Mr. Carpenter, of New (ig nnt aware ot having been ordered ,
Oilcans, lor the coming jeai. . It. j t]ie kj0 Grande, but the newspa-.
Carpenter has been preaching here ay he has, aiul thcY know j
tor some weeks, and, we learn, gives cycrything.-Caddo Sar.
satisfaction to all. It we are correct-___
ly informed, he wants $2,500 tor a| A correspondent of the Montague
) car’s services. i News suggests that pumps he erected
A juvenile fifteenth amendment I at some eligible point on Red River,
was caught by a lady in her smoke- j and wind mills be attached thereto,
house with a pocket full of eggs, to throw an efluxion of water in op-!
She very quietly turned the key on position to the Gainesville canal.
the youngster, and sent down for a -----------------------
policeman. The rascal, accomino- j The wife of Mr. Millican, editor ;
dating himself to circumstances, veiy of the Fort Worth Standard, died on
cooly squatted in the corner and | Tuesday last. This is the third time
sucked the eggs before the police- ! within the past few months death
! has entered the household of Mr. M.
f. C. J. LEBERMANN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
WINKS. LIQUORS, and TOBACCOS,
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
DENISON and DALLAS.
FRESH ORANGES AND LEMON’S
Looking Glasses, Billiard Tables and
furniture, Tenpins, Bar Fixtures, etc., al-
v.i \ - on sale.
apr to tf
\y. \. iiom oiu).
NO. HOLFORD & BkO,
STAPLE ANI) FANCY GROCERIES,
Number 310 Main Street,
\V. C. TIONOK,
of I t. Smith
RAWFORD ST RE If
rpiGNOR & MOSSE,
BIGGIES AND WAGONS.
Arrangements are being made by-
Messrs. F. W. Sumner and M.
Schneider, Bro. & Zemansky, to
erect the finest hotel building in
Northern Texas. It will be built
between tne Schneider and Slimier
blocks, fronting 011 Houston street.
The building will be of brick, four
stories high, and will contain all the j ^
modern improvements. The upper j A Graduate ol the University of the City
part of the present Sumner block! 01 ew ot'
,vlU b,»r««d into room,, giving | TCS
much addition.il 100111 at a small; an(j surrounding country, in all the vari-
We are glad to learn that our
friend, Caot.J. D. Woods, is recor-
ding horn the painful hint heie-j gpecial attention paid to the diseases 0
j ceived some days since. While go- j Women and Children,
ing from Whitesboro to a friend’s in Offidt 311 Main street, north side, be
TEXAS, the neighborhood,he, by some means, I tween Rusk and Burnet sts.,
got his buggy turned over on him, j R;si‘,ence at
1 straining his hip and injuring him j
so badly that he could not get up i -
v\ ithout assistance. He was found i Refers by permission to Piofs. Harrison
in this Condition soon afterwards,! antl Chancellor, l niversity ol X irgniu.
and taken on to his friend’s. The
next dav he came home, but lias been
confined to his bed since. He hopes
to be all right again in a few days.
Frosted glass, useful for screens,
etc, is made bv laying the sheets hor-
izontally and covering them with a
strong solution of sulphate of ziuc.
The salt crystalizes on diving.
TXK. J, DALZEL ALEXANDER,
and surrounding country,
oils branches of his profession, viz :
MEDICINE, SURGERY, and OBSTET-
DR. C. M’LANE’S
V E R M I F U G E.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
r I ''HE countenance i» pale sr*f
| leaden-cofored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks; the eye* become
dull; the pupil* dilate; an azure
semicircle runs along the lower eye-
lid; the no»e i* irritated, swl]*, sti«f
son^ctime* bleed*; a swelling of the
upper lip; occaaidkial headache, with
humming or throbbing of the ears;
an unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy
or furred tongue; breath very foul,
particularly in the morning ; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with 1
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
.in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent,pains through-
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy, ro
unfrequently tinged with blood; belly
swollen and hard ; urine turbid ; re-
spiration occasionally difficult, and
accomparved by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive; un-
easy and disturbed sleep, with grind-
ing of the teeth ; temper variable,
but generally irritable, etc.
Whenever the above symptoms
arc found to exist,
Dr. C. M’LANE’S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
The universal success which has
attended the administration of this
preparation has been such as to war-
rant us in pledging ourselves to the
RETURN THE MONEY
in every instance where it should
prove ineffectual: “ providing the
symptoms attending the sickness of
the child or adult should warrant the
supposition of worms being the
c.iu-'C.” In all CAses the Medicine
to be given in strict accordance
WITH THE DIRECTIONS.
We pledge ourselves to the public,
Dr. C. M’Lane’s Vermifuge
DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; and that it is an inno-
cent preparation, not capable of doing
the slightest injury to the most tender
infant. Address all orders to
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
P. S. Heritors and Physiciar- ordering fr»»nv
other* than Fleming Bros., will do weH to write
their orders distinctly, and t<xkc /tone but Dr. •
. lAXr.r’s, frepnyd ly Firming fir on.. Pttfsbu ryh,
Di. To those wfwhing to give them a trial, w». vs :
forward per mad, post paid. t-> nny part rl the
I’nitcd Stites, one box of ITU for twelve three*
cent postnre stamps, or one vi.d of V.trrniGige f>r
fourU.’en three-cent slumps. .\H orders from Canad *
must be accompanied by twenty cents extra.
g.v’For sa\r. by r>rag*iit& and C*>:in:ry Ft*>re
The Lomlan Dyrr.
Citizens of Denison and surrounding
countr;', we are prepared to dye, clean
and repair all kind’s of gentlemen’s faided
clothing, in London style. Ladies’ gar-
ments renovated and dyed. Particular
attention paid to silk dresses and crape
shawls. Page & Nalte,
Nov. 21, tf Dyers.
A. j. MOSSE
Eppstein Bro’s have just received an-
Sears c,ther shipment of fine Havana and Key
t West and domestic cigars.
Mar. ;o, tf.
GALLAGHER & MALONEY Prop's,
All kinds of repairing done with neat-!
ness and dispatch.
Particular attention given to horse sho- j
424 Main Street.
Feed furnished, and horses boarded on
A good well of water and a large wagor
1 ard for the use of patrons.
March 19 tf.
V\J M. PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to the collection
V E. corner Main st. and Burnet aw*.
A prisonet in the Chicopee (Mass.)
jail cut his throat with a piece of
glass. Surgeons were hurriedly
brought, and after a skillful and diffi-
cult operation lire severed arteries
were tied and the gash sewed up. I DENISON
While this had beer going on he had
several times tried to speak, but was
unable to do so. After the surgery j
was over he said, with an effort, “All 1
fol-de-rol, doctors. Tried to tell you |
so, and save you any bother of!
stitching me up. I’ve chaweu some
of the glass, I have.” He really had-j
1 swallowed some of the glass. In a
Transact a general banking business; j few hours he died,
huv and sell gold, silver, and exchange ■ -
on aJI the principal cities. General A. F.. Shires, commissary,
Of every size, style and descriptton, at
__| John Nevias.’
Ladies will call at the Live Drugstore
1 and see those handsome Russia leather
j ‘jyjERCHANTS’ 5i PLANTERS’
I DENISON, • - • TEXAS
Northeast corner Main street and Austin
avenue (up stairs).
YY u- kirk’
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PRECINCT NO. c.
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC
CEDAR OTOV* K.I1.N.
j This kiln is located one mile Northe ast
of Denison. Excellent lime, manufnetur-
1 ed from pure sliell rock, bv the car-load
! or barrel, can be had at the kiln, or at
fohn Hertford’s grocery store, Denkou,
: Price per barrel $1,25.
(i. W MiTCHk-r.,
C •’.See’’.---. -woMpi'y *‘J.vi to..
general of y,ibs‘:stcp.cc, is dead.
Acknowledgments, taken aru! legal p.i-
pers made out.
One case Legal Tender.
One case T.nbe R'jwe,
IFnc ca^i yr.u.d Duci*es>.
1 will jiVci them low to den'ers :r*
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 17, 1875, newspaper, April 17, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720981/m1/1/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.