Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 17, 1875 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
tor of the Boston Evening Tran
script, (iietbon tlie 15th. aged seven*
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Thomas F. Mendover, a veteian
of the war of 1812, died in New
Corner ofMain and Rusk streets, 1
j DENISON,....................TEXAS, j
j Charges moderate. A liberal patron* j
! age solicited and satisfaction guaran ,
Tlio' yellow fever panic at Key
West is reported over, and the city
N MC NS
V ■ St*
Advices Iron) San Diego report
•more outrages by the Apaches.
Three men with a pack train and a
mail rider were killed. The troops
recovered the pack train.
HOW SHE BLOWS.
The total shipments from Sherman
during the season to the3i*st ult., is
28,590 bales.—Sherman Patriot.
When it is known that about 17,-
000 of this amount was from this
city and only passed through Sher-
man, it will likely detract a little
from the boasted shipment of that
If the number of bales shipped over
the Trans-Continental which are in-
cluded in the above estimate were
subtracted therefrom, we doubt
whether Sherman could show as
many bales actually shipped as Par-
Nearly all diseases originate from Indi-
1 have opened an office for the purchase j gestinn and Torpidity ot the Liver, and j
and sale of real estate in Texas. Will at- j relic*-! always anxiously sought after. '•
tend to collections, pay taxes, and do a | ff the Liver is Regulated in its act:on,!
general land business. 1 health is almost invariably secured, j
Office in the Nelson House, corner of j Want of action in the Liver causes Head-1
JOT flUMTRR. W. B. MUNSON.
QUNTER Si MUNSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE.
Offices over City Bank, Sherman, and
over Teah’s store and No. 212 Wallace
Building, South Mam street,
DENISON - - TEXAS.
| M*. F. R. Brown is authorized to act
| as the agent of the above firm, in the
\ sale of lands at Denison office.
kENiSON BILLIARD HALL,
Corner of Main St., and Austin Avenue/
The tinderfjgned has opened a first
clase Billiard Hal), supplied with three of
Brunswick & Co’s, best tables, a pool ta-
ble and all the appartments complete.
is lurnishedwith choice liquors, Key We -t.
and Havana Cigars, while in the rear of
the building is a
or the accomodation of visitors,
feb.itf JERKY NOLAN. Propr.
Main and Burnet streets, Denison, Texas.
A. G. EGE.
Apr. 13, tf.
By min i co.
N. S. GILBERT & CO.,
“One more unfortunate
A young and beautiful girl, who
went by the name ofPcat 1 (we refrain
from giving the last name, as if would
sound too familiiar to our readers),
committed suicide at Sherman, day
before yesterday, by taking a dose of
"cold pizen.” Physicians were sum-
moned at once but she had taken suf-
ficient precaution to insure a safe
journey to the other shore, and all
their efforts to save her were unavail-
Pearl was a daughter of a promi-
nent merchant at Pilot Point, in this
State, and had been long a resident
of Dallas, so long, in fact, that slit
acquired the name of one of our
prominent citizens. Jealousy was
the cause of the self murder.—Dal-
Choice Family Groceries
DC FONT’S POWDER
OSAGE COAL COMPANY.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRO-
March 15, tf.
ache, Constipation, Jaundice, Pain in the
Shoulders, Cough, Chills, Dizziness,
Sour Stomach, bad taste in the mouth,
billions attacks, palpitation of the heart,
depression of spirits, or the blues, and a
hundred other symptoms, for which
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR is
the best remedy that has ever been dis-
covered. It acts niildlv, effectually, and
being a simple vegetable compound, can
do no in jury in any quantities that it may
betaken. It is harmless in every way;
it has been used fo, 40 years, and hun-
dreds of the good and great from ali parts
ot the country will vouch for its being
the purest and best.
Simms’ Liter iteffior or Meiicme
Is no drastic violent medicine,
Is sure to cure if taken regularly,
Is no intoxicating beverage,
Is a faultless family medicine,
Is the cheapest medicine in the world,
Is given with safety and the happiest
results to the most delicate infant.
Does not interfere with business,
Does not disarrange the system.
Takes the place of Quinine and Bitters
of every kind.
Contains the simplest and best reme
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
J. G. TAYLOR & COP Proprietors,
Main street, near the Depot,
Mar. 1, tf.
''P L. REBEK,
BOOK AND NEWS DEALER,
And a general assortment of
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS. CAN-
DIES. FRUIT. NUTS,TOBAC-
CO, CIGARS, Etc., Etc.
At the Postoffice.
Loans negotiated, and collection-
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET,
W. H Day
THE WEEPING AND PKAVINO SHEAR-
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS
AND DEALER 'V
SMOKER’S SUPPLIES, ETC.. ETC.,
Main street, north side,
O. B. SNYDER,
JO. F. DAY & BRO ,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
A tine lot of new carriages and good
teams for the accommodation of custo-
Horses boarded by day or week.
To. F. DAY -k BRO.
Office:—Residence Mr. II. TONE, on
Gandy street. febj-dwtf.
HE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
I. M. CASPER, & CO., Pro’pr s.
Mr. Shearman wept bitterly dur-
ing the course of Mr. Beecher’s ex-
amination yesterday. Hitherto lie
lias wept chiefly at the Friday even-
ing prayer meeting, but henceforth
lie evidently intends to weep in the
court-room whenever an opportunity
is offered. Perhaps before the trial
is over we shall have Mr. Shearman
praying in court. He has prayed in
Plymouth church on behalf of his
client more than once recently, and
there is no doubt he would have long
ago opened the sessions of the court
with prayer had lie not found that
Fullerton would interrupt him by
asking the court to note his excep-
tion to the pious lawyer’s petitions.
Mr. Tilton ought really to retain
some lawyer of eminent piety—say
Col. Charles Spencer—to argue his
case against Shearman before a
higher tribunal.—N. T. Graphic,yi.
No. 314 Main street,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
Particular attention paid to furnishing
hotels and hoarding houses with
FURNITURE and BEDDING
at wholesale rates.
All kinds ol upholstery and repairing
work done. Mattresses made over and
carpets cleansed. Carpets made and put
COFFINS MADE TO ORDER.
All orders promptly attended to, and
the patronage of all respectfully solicited.
Apr. 15, tf.
Main street, opposite Star Store,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
We keep constantly on hand a com-
plete stock of Gent’s Clothing and Fur-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the courts in the
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COL
Office 3d room in Wallace Block,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Plans and Specifications for Work Fur-
Stair building a specialty.
RAND SOUTHERN HOTEL AND
J. RAYNAL, Proprietor.
This popular hotel is situated cor-
ner of Main street and Austin ave-
nue. It has been fitted up With all mod-
er 1 ci nvenienccs and is in charge of air
1 ced caterer.
-.LEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
can be had by the day, week, or inonln
Board per week.................. $ | 50
Single meals.................... 25
Board and lodging................$6 a
The table is always supplied with the
best in the market. First class saloon,
and two no. 1 billiard tables.
April 30 t-f.
Corner Main and Rusk sts.
JOHN BROWN, Prop.
The very best of fresh meats kept con-
stantly on hand.
JOE QUINN Proprietor,
Main Street, Opposite SiesfeldQ
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
This old and popular market has been
fitted up in an improved stvle.
The best meats in the city always on
hand at prices to suit the times.
The highest market prices paid for
tie, sheep and hogs. May 30, tf.
nish/ng goods. Hats, Boo.s, Shoes, and | shop : Old News building Skiddv Street,
a full assortment ot dry goods,
Aug. 18, tf.
O S. LEGATE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All Job Work promptly attended to.
JpiIE PEARL SALOON,
Main street, below the Merchants aim
DENISON - - TEXAS
A complete slock of cigars, pure wni> -
kies, wines and brandies, always on hand,
dec. 1, d i-in.
J. M. WIGGINS, Proprietor,
GREAT AMERICAN PIANO FORTE HOUSE,
DORMON, HOLMES & CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
First house on left side Main street
Mr. Legate is prepared to contract for i from the depot, nearly opposite the Ala-
erecting wood, stone or brick buildings, j mo,
204 COMMERCE STREET,
There is,talk of running ex-Gov-
ernor I. W. Throckmorton as a can-1
didate for a seat in the proposed Con- PIANH^ onrl ORGANS
stilution.nl convention. Asa mem- j ' InllV/O dMU UnVJttllO.
ber of the Congress of the United | ___
States Gov. Throckmorton’s pay 1 Principal office and Headquarters Texas j
commenced on the first day of March. Department
In the event a special session ot Con-
gress is called. Throckmorton, being
a member of Congress, would have
to go to Washington, and hence could
not be at Austin at the same time.
And not to speak of this fact, we are
opposed to any man, no matter how
ardently we love him, holding two
lucrative offices at the same time, the
one yielding him five thousand five
hundred dollars a year, and the other
eight dollars per daDenton Mon-
will receive prompt attention. ! Newly furnished. Attentive waiters.
All work, warranted to give satisfaction. ; J'111- *’
Shop south of his residence, second
house west from the corner of Rusk and
Gandv streets. febitf.
HE CLIFTON HOUSE,
J. L. RIDDLES,. Propr’
Supply depots and branch offices at all
important points in the State.
Address all orders from Texas to the
Dallas office. The instruments will be
sent from the nearest supply depot.
Pianos and Organs sold on Monthly
Second Hand Instruments taken in ex-
change for new.
Tuning and Repairing Done by. Skill-
ful Workmen and Satisfaction Guaran-
In Wisconsin, every woman of the Parties living in towns on any of the
;igr ot twenty-one years and upward lines of railroad, wishing to test thqir in-
pay be elected to t’he office of flireo- i »‘r«'nents before buying, can have them
tor, treasurer, and clerk of school I p,*ced in their houBes for trial> wlthout
districts, director and secretary of, Call and examine or send for circular
tow n boards, under the township j and price lists.
system of school government; mcm- -
ber of fl board of education in cities, 5ew ^ GfRce No. 14, East 14th St.
country ,npcrimc,„l,„t of JSg&SSgt? * •»»
J. T. MUNSON.
ONE & MUNSON,
Dealers in Real Estate
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Office in Wallace Building, No. 212. Main
Coi ner of Gandy street and Rusk avenue.
This house is pleasantly located, con-
venient to the business portion of th*
city. <an. 22, ti.
JOHN OURAND. Prop r.
Opposite tiie Express office, Main street
Choice Wines. Liquors and Cigar-
always be found at the bar.
oct. 27 tf.
jpALACE BEER HALL,
LOUIS LIBBIL & Co.,
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS,
HOLDER & CO.
Q G. RANDELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES,
and dealers in
Fine Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Pat-
ent Medicines, Toilet Articles,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft
South side Main street, Denison, Texas.
Physicians’ prescriptions carefully com-
_ _ _ ,, . pounded dav or night, by a competent
Office over the postoffice, on Main it. 1 druggist. *
Will practice in all the courts in the 12th j
Judiciary District. ! South side Main street, opposite Po*tol-
June 2 t-f. 1 fice, Denison. Texas.
JAS. J. CAMPBELL, Propr.
MAIN STREET, PEN1S0N, TEXAS.
None but the finest Wines and Liquors
kept on sale.
Everv attention paid to customers,
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.