Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 255, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 16, 1876 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
ripmcnM Tttvas Saturday Morning* December 16, 1876
No 2 55
THE DENSSON NEWS,
II. C. MUKKAY, Proprietor.
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tion 7 cents per line
Double column advertisements, one-
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
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to pay in ad atice.
AUCTION <f- COMMISSION
a U C T IONE E R,
Main st, between Austin in Rusk avenues
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All goods consigned to me will receive
my personal ittentioo, anti be disposed
rdf at best possible rates.
J^J-EW GOODS! LOW PRICES!
$1 -the- $1
Offers to the Dry Goods trade tooo pack-
ages novelties in
Comprising all the new shades, Navv
Blue, Seal Brown, Cardinal Red. 2000
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, JEANS,
LINSEYS AND SHAWLS,
At the lowest prices ever known in
Northern Texas. 500 packages Foreign
Comprising all popular shades in desir-
able goods, iooo Packages
Comprising all desirable articles known
to the trade.
A large and well selected stock of
nothing, Gent’s Furnishing Gwds
Tho Democratic Address Promul*
What is tJueeiT Delight I
Jt is a plant that grows in the South.
-—— ana is the only actual blood purifier ever
i a 1 1 discovered bv which all diseases that ecu-
EtllllUilU S Constitutional Amend* jn blood can be eradicated at once
and forever. It expels ior life all Scrofu-
lous, Jsynhilitic, Cutaneous and Rheu-
matic affections and is the only true
SA DDL Eli Y.
T L. NOTHAF N CO.,
No. 2Main Street,
Opposite Davis’ Hardware Store,
Manufactures and keeps constantly on
}• tnd at wholesale and retail
We are making the genuine California | rnUg OlllV Dollar StOie
^nd Texas natural J
ELM FORK SADDLE TREES
A FULL LINE OF MENS’, MISSES
AND CHILDREN’S SHOES.
Ladies’ Misses' and Children's Hats, in
large variety and latest styles.
all ilLcripthms end warrant them.
EE A1T1 PI A AO.
IN NORTHERN TEXAS.
Twenty-five thousand novelties in the
131£ \ F .PY PIANO! | No. 120 MAIN STREET,
•GRAND SQUARE AND l PRIGIII. ; q^ree doors above the Post office.
From Geo i. Letcher, firm of Wm. II. 10-7tf
Letcher & Ilro., Bankers, Fayette, O :
We received the piano and think it. a
xery tine-toned out here. Waited u short
time to give it 1 good test. It t on wish a
Special to the Dallas Cornmeicial.
Washington, Dec. 14.—The offi-
cial announcement by the National
Democratic Committee that Tiklen
is elected, is the only addiess that is
to he issued at present. A postpone-
ment of the appeal to the people to
maketheir sentiments known through
mass meetings in accordance with
Mr. Tilden’s advice to the democrats
who visited him Saturday. The
following is the address to the people
of the United States: 1 lie National
Demociatic Committee announce,
as the result of the recent Presiden-
tial election, that Samuel J. Tilden
has beem chosen President, and
Thomas A. Hendricks Vice-Presi-
We congratulate you upon this
victory for reform. It now only re-
mains for the houses of congress, i:t
the performance ol their duty on the
second Wednesday in February
next, to give effect to the will ot the
people, thus expressed in the consti-
tution made by a majority of the
electoral votes, and confirmed by a
majority of all the States, as well as
by an overwhelming majority ot all
the people of the United States.
-(Signed) Abram S. Hewitt.
In the senate, yesterday, Bogy
(dem.) made an elaborate argument
against Edmunds’ constitutional
amendment, which was finally re-
jected by a vote of 14 to 3.
The senate committee on elections
are taking testimony concerning
Benj. Williamson, democratic elec-
tor lor New Jersey, who was U. S.
commissioner at the time ot elec-
MR. HAYES AGAIN,
He is Reported as Claiming His
remedy for this class of di -eases. Alone,
it is a searching alterative, bat when
combined with Honduras Sar-apatill&i
Yellow Dock and other roots and herbs,
it becomes a blood purifier unsurpassable
and unequalled. Such is the combination
of Dr. Tdtt’s
Sarsaparilla and Queen’s Delight.
orming the ino-t powerful alterative
known to Medical Science for the cure of
old Ulcers and Sores, Diseased Joints.
Fuiil Discharges from the ears and nos-
trils, Abcesses, Skin affections, Rheu-
matism, Dronsy, Kidney c< mplaints,
Evil effects ot secret practices, Diseased
Scalp, Disordered Liver and Spleen, and
all diseases that centre in the blood. It
posesses Hie peculiar property of impart
ing a fair complexion ami causes (he
BODY TO GAIN IN SOLID FLESH.
Its value cannot be loo strongly im-
pressed upon the attention ol those who
have been exposed to a taint ol improper
character. The afilcted are assured that
this is not one oi the worthless nostrums
ol the day, but is prepared upon scientific
principles, by a physician °I thirty yea. »
expelience. Sold Ncw sensation of having failed
PE Am /'/AAV.
PI A N 0 !
| Special to the Dallas Commercial.
New York, Dec. 14.—The New
York Herald has a special telegram
(Vom Cincinnati, claiming that Mr.
Ilayes says that lie has carefully and
ati.es R. Brown, Esq., Edwardsville,-j reV/ ‘ ! and has the opinion of the best con*
*• i he Be at tv piano received gives entire
Agents wanted. Send for catalogue.
Addle - DA Ml EL F. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
and has the opinion of the best con-
stitutional lawyers in the country,
. c 1111,1 that he is satisfied that he is
: i—'y ^ »».i «,**»<»b.
containing lists of 3,000 newspapers and inauguiated.
estimates showing cost of advertising, ; -
inch. 7, t-v d.
JE IVEL R Y A AID AIL I ER WARE.
DEALER IN FINE
OLD & SILVER WATCHES,
(j). £) GOLD, SILVER
A Few Newsy .‘jenlemes fr«m that Distrac.t-
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
From Rufus Snvder, of the firm ol
Snyder H Hendricks, carragc manulac
Hirers, of Allentown, Pa. :
•‘I niuf.t confess I hardly know how to
express my gratification on receiving the
Beatty Piano vou shipped me. It is at
least ail 1 could ask, vvi-li or expect. One
of our 1110-t eminent musicians tried it and
spoke in the most favorable terms, after
thoroughly testing it.”
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of piano and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F, Beatty), both wavs
if unsatisfactory, after u test trial of five
days. Pianos warranted for six years.
" Addiess. DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington. New Jersey, U. S. A.
inch 4-3 m
■yy M. CAMPBELL St CO.,
COMMISSION MERC HAN TS,
RE A I, ESTATE BROKERS.
A SK the recov-
P\ ertd dyspep-
tics, bilious suffer-
ers, victims of fever
and ague, the mer-
curial diseased pa*
Kent how they r«»
cheerful spirits and
__ __ good apetite—they
will tell you by taking Simmons’ Liver
THE CHEAPEST, PUREST AND
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
IN THE WORLD!
For Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaundice,
Bilious attacks. Sick iieakache, Colic,
Depression of Spirits, Sour Stomach,
Heart Burn, iVc.,
The unrivalled Southern Remedy is
warranted not to contain a single particle
of merc.ut y, or any injurious mineral sub-
stance, but is
Containing those Southern roots and
herbs, v, hich an allwise Providence has
placed in countries where liver diseases
most prevail. It will cure all diseases
caused ov the derangement of the Live*
The symptoms of liver complaint are 4
hitler or bad tr.ste in the mouth; Pain in
the back, sides or joints, often misken for
Rheumatism; sour stomach; loss of appe-
tite ; bowels alternately costive and lax;
headache; loss of memory, with a painful
tied to do sorai-
have been done;
debility, low -pints, n thick yellow ap-
pearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
cough often mistaken for consumption.
Sometimes many ol these symptom*
attend the disease, at odiers very lew;
but the liver, the largest organ in the
| body, is generally the seat ol the disease,
and if not regulated in dine, great suffer-
ing, wretchedness and death will ensue.
I can recommend a- an efficacious rem-
edy for disease ot the liver, heatburn arid
dyspepsia, Simmons’ Liver Regulator.
LfwIS G. vVuNDER,
1025 Master Street.
Assistant Postmaster, Philadelphia.
“We huve tested its virtues, personally,
and know that for dyspepsia, biliousness
arid throbbing headache, it is the best
medicine the world ever saw. We rune
tried forty other remedies before Sim-
mon.-’ Liver Regulator, but none of them
gave ns more than temporary relief; but
the Regulator not only relieved, but
cured us.”—Ed. Telegraph and Messen-
ger, Macon, Ga.
Manufactured only by
J. II. ZEILIN .Si CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price $t.oo. Sold bv all druggists.
Keep constantly on
hand a large as-
Special to the Galveston News.
Bkown.syii.li:, Dec, 12.—Presi-
i dent Lei do and others were captured
■ at Tasco, State ot Guerrero, by an
1 officer in charge of scouts. He had
General Escobedo shot; also Abram
Diaz. The latter was a hired assas-
sin in Lerdo’s service, lie conduc-
ted Lei do to General Cadet’.a. Lerdo
was sent with an escort to the City
The Lerdo garrisons of Monterey,
Saltillo and Lenares have placed
themselves at the disposition of Gen-
eral Trevino. That of Tampico
awaits an opportunity to join Diaz.
PracticalIv all this side the Sierra
Will buy and sell real estate. City
property, resident and business houses,
for sale or rent. Also 20,000 acres ot
Texa- lands in different counties fot sale.
T JENRY L. HAYNES
Having associated himsclt with Mr.
Campbell, in the real estate business,
will also devote nis attention to the prac-
tice of law in the District and other
Courts. He will pay special attention to
the investigation ot
Office at Win. Campbell's old auction
stand, opposite the postoffice.
aug 31 >f-
* 10 o r* O ^Ftdre* is in the hands of Dt.tz,
(j L A b 0 L O ! cept Mata moms.
Hair Jewelry made
to ore’er, and al1
W .A. E, E
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN to THE REPAIR OP
WO. 229 MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS
FANCY JEWELRY ! Six California sweet
weigh 115 pounds.
They have elected a Democratic
mayor in Boston, and also in Wor-
NOTICE OF SAI.K IMtliU UK kill OF
STATE OF TEXAS, )
COUNTY OF Oil AY-ON, J
Whereas, Sallie Miller, by her cer-
tain deed of trust, dated the (4th) fourth
of March, \. 1) 1876, and recoided in
the office ot th< District Clerk, for Gray-
son county, .it Sherman, on the 8U1 day
ol March, 1.176, in Book D, pages 24 and
23, of moi tgage deeds of trust, etc., con-
veyed to William Hughes, trustee, the
following described real estate, to-wit;
Lot number (16) sixteen, in block num-
ber (60) sixty, m the city of Denison,i
the countv of Grayson, and Slate of Tex-
as; together with all and singular the
improvements thereon, which said con-
, vew.nce was made to secure the payment ,
! of a certain promissory note, in stud deed t I JK' ”• **• **A!-.l.i\ l.L.u,
of trust fully described; and
DEN TONGUE PARLOR ORGANS.
Frctory Established i‘i 1S56.
I ROM TliF. tress :
From G. D. White, Editor Hackettsvillc,
N. J. Herald •
“The Organ has a rich, deep and soul-
stirring tone; couldn’t stay in the house
without it. It helps wonderfully to drive
away the thoughts ol hard times.”
The Lebanon, Pa., Daily News says t
••\Vc are in receipt of one of those five
octave Parlor Organs, manufactured bv
Mr. Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N. J.
This organ is a fine, solid black walnut
case, and in tone it cannon be surpassed
by any instrument of its kind.”
From the Lowe1!, Nebraska, Register 1
“We received this week, direct from the
manufacturer, Daniel F. Beatty, Wash-
ington, N. J., his justly celebrated organ,
elegant in appearance, and handsome-
ly furnished, unexcelle I in richness and
power of tone. We are more than pleas-
i cd w ith it. and heartily recommend it to
any one contemplating purchasing an
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ anti freight charg-
es paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both
ways if unsatisfactory, after a test tral ot
five days. Org-.n warranted for six years.
Agents wanted everywnere, male or fe-
male, to canvass for this superior instru-
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Just >. I . S.
Oltl Tiling* are Done Away.
Formerly the lancet, calomel, blisters
and starvation were the treatment of the
sick. Dr. Tutt's Pills have done away
with this. Being vegetable they require
no change of diet 01 occupation—a safe
family medicine. 18 Murray street, New
Whereas, said note is due and paya
lile, and is unpaid, now, therefore, I,
William Hughes, the said trustee, at the
request of the holder of said note, will, on
Saturday, the 23d ol December, 1870,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and tour o’clock in the after-
noon of ti.at dav, at the postoflbe
door, Denison. Texas, proceed to sell the
above described real estate at public ven-
due, to the higlie-t bidder, for cash, to
satisfy said deed of trust, together with
the costs. Wm. Hughes.
Denison, Textw, Nov. 24, 1876.
11 ir w.tH.
Of the Iowa
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE
Having derided upon the establishment
of an institute in Texas, at the suggestion
ot some of his friends has consented to
remain in Deni-011 fora short time, and
will treat a few select and well marked
chronic cases ol both male and female.
The Doctor’s well attested skill and large
experience of over 40 years affords an un-
lookedfor opportunity to the othei >i»e
hopeless and dispairing invalids.
See circulars, 12-totf
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 255, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 16, 1876, newspaper, December 16, 1876; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721075/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.