Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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DkNisoN Daily News.
Denison, 1 exas, Wednesday Morning, August 4,1875.
The Daily News.
B. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
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July 17, tf.
p, j. quixx,
p J. QUINN & CO.
J. O. FORD.
Go to Achesoifs for it,
DK. J. S. C It AM'S
The i ia - * .a n t and Infallible Cure for
NEURALGIA, NERVOUS HEAD-
ACHE, TOOTHACHE, PLEURISY,
Crick in the Neck and Pains in the Back
Chicago. Ian. 9, 1S74.—I have used
Dr. Cram s Fluid Lightning in headache,
neuralgia, rheumatism, toothache and
various other pains, until I am most
heartily convinced that it is far superior
to all other known anodynes.
L. J. Fakkwei.i,, M. D.,
10S Clark street.
Chicago, Jan. 9, 1S74.—In October last
after suffering intolerable neuralgia of
the face for ten days without relief from
able physicians. J was entirely and per-
manently relieved in one hour by the use
ofDi. Cu.m's Fluid Lightning.
W. P. Watson, Dime Savings Bank,
34 Pi ice Place, Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 24, 1S74.—I have used
Dr. Crain’s b luid Lightning for head-
ache and neuralgia pains. It will do all
that lsclaimed for it.
, W. II. Sharp,
Florence Sewing Maclieins.
Chicago, May r<), 1S74.—From fre-
quent use of Fluid Lightning, I regard it
a> a great remedial agent for neuralgia
and ali nervous pains.
L. M. Shreve, Attorney at Law,
S9 Clark street.
Fluid Lightning acts instantly and ef-
fects a permanent cure when all other
remedies fail. It does not redden or
blister the skin, is perlectly safe, and in-
stantly cures 19 out of 20 cases of nervous
pains. CALL AND TRY IT-IT
Cl)STS YOU NOTHING. Tne wonder-
ful success of this remedy 1ms led un-
principled persons to imitate it. Non 1
genuine that has not Dr. Cram's likeness
on the label.
For sale only at Acheson’s drug store.
No. 206 Main street, Denison, Texas.
Choice meets of all kinds constantly
on hand, at prices- to suit the times.
Terms strictly cash. jure 19.tr.
“I did’r.t!” says Chip. “You did I” says
“How do you know?—you were fast
“I wa* under mamn\y*s wing,
Stretching my legs like anything,
When all of a sudden I turned around,
For cIo*e beside me I lieard a sound—
A little tip, and a ljtHe tap.”
“Fiddle-de-tieYou'd had a nap,
And, when you were only half awake,
Heard an icicle somewhere break.”
“What’s an icicle?" “I don't know;
Rooster tells about ice and snow,
Something that isn’t as good as meal,
That drops down on you and makes you
“Well! swklipw rooster’s talgs. I beg!
And think you didn’t eoriie out of an egg!
I tell you I heard tjie old shell break,
And the first smalt noise you ever could
And mammy croodled, and puffed her
And pushed us further out of the nest,
fust to make room enough for you;
And there's your shell—I say it’s true!”
Chip lookedover his shoulder then,
Ami there it lav bv the old gray hen—
ted and brOwn,
Loans negotiated, and
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET,
ENCHANTS’ St PLANTERS’
Transact a general banking business;
buv and sell gold, silver, and exchange
an all the principal cities.
Collections promptly attended to.
KP* SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT.
Half an egg-shell, chipped
And he whs & ball of yellow dotdn,
Clean and chipper, and smart and spry,
With thepertest bill and the blackest eye.
“H’m!” said he, with a little perk,
“That is a wonderful piece of work!
j Peep,you silly! don’t you see
[ That shell isn't nearly as big as me?
: Whatevci you say, Miss, I declare
! I never, never, could get in there!”
“You did 1" says Peep. “I didn’t!" says
I .. Chip;
collections : With that he gave her a horrid nip,
I And Peep began to dance and peck,
And Chip stuck out his wings and neck.
I They pranced, and struck, and capered
Their toes turned in and their wings
As angry as two small chicks could be,
Till Mother Dorking turned to see.
She cackled and clucked, and called in
At it they went with might and main—
Till, at last, the old hen used 'her beak,
And Peep and Chip, with many a squeak.
| Staggered oil'on either side,
| With a very funny skip and stride.
“What dreadful nonsense!” said Mother
When •-he heard tiie story told again;
“You’re bA as tiie two-legs that don’t
Nor feathers or combs—the wretched
That’s the wav they fight and talk
For what isn’t worth a mullein-stalk.
What does it matter I’d like to know,
Where you came from, or where you go?
Keep your temper and earn your food;
I can’t scratch worms for a fighting brood.
1 won’t have quarrels—I will have peace
I hatched out chickens, so don’t be
Chip scratched his car with his yellow
The meekest chicken that ever you saw;
And Peep in her feathers curled one leg,
And said to herself: “But lie was an egg!’
Hose Terry Cooke, St. Nicholas for Aug.
The Turks reported three cannon
and eighty rifles in the hands of the
Insurgents. Papoapaije has also
raised seven hundred Insurgents in
SuTna, ami intends occupying the
road to Fribisque. The Insurgents
expect the inhabitants of Suma, and
the population of the frontier on
Montenegro, to join them in a couple
of days, and will thus be enaoled to
Damaging Halim in IlIlnoiH an<l Iuwn.
Chicago, August 2.—Special re
ceived this morning report heavy
J and damaging rains as prevailing in
! central and northern Illinois and in
parts of Iowa, during the - past forty-
eight hours. The crops have been
almost entirely destroyed. Some
lowlands and even the highlands
have suffered to a great extent. Rail-
roads have been washed out at some
points, but no serious accidents are
Cincinnati Four Feet Under Wuter.
Cincinnati, August 2.—A dis-
patch from Hamilton says the Miami
is out of its banks. The water is in
the western part of the city, from
three to four feet high, No trains
out last night on either the Pan
Handle, Cincinnati, Hamilton or
Repairing promptly and neatly done, and
al! work warranted.
Austin avenue, bi.t. Main and Skidd}
N. HOLDER k CO.
J. M. WIGGINS, Proprietor,
First house on left side Main street
from the depot, nearly opposite the Ala-
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES,
and dealer- in
Fine Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Pat-
ent Medicines, Toilet Articles,
alp. 1, tf.
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS.
This Hotel is dcligtlully situated, in a
shady "rove, at tiie bu-e of the West
Mountain, about the center of the town;
is retired from the noise and bustle of the
street; has a large yard and beautiful
grounds in front, and is especially adapt-
ed to Indies and invalids who wish to
spend a quiet, pleasant time.
The House has-been nicely refitted and
re-arranged. Visitors are assured that,
the Proprietor will leave nothing undone
that will lead to the comfort of tligir
Bath houses in close proximity to the
THEO. F. KERNER, Clek.
F. C. CAREL, Prott
Chas E. Maurice Denison, Tex,;:
James Leonard Denison, Tex.; Harry
Mamlock Denison, Tex.; J. E. Herndon
Sterling, Tex.; F. M. Goode Sherman,
Tex.; L. S. Owings Denison, Tex.
Physicians’ prescriptions carefully com-
pounded day or night, by a competent
South side Main street, opposite Postot-
lice. Denison. Texas.
No. 279 Main street, next door toFirst
JAS. J. CAMPBELL, Pr^j’r.
MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEX.\S.
None but the finest Wines and Liquqrs
kept on sale.
Every attention,paid to customers.
QCt. 2 tf.
From the* DalJ.is Herald.
The llaker Cn*t».
London, August 2.—Colonel lin-
ker was found not guilty of attempt-
ing to ravish the complainant, but
guilty of an indecent assault, and
was sent to prison for twelve months
and to pay a fine of five hundred
pounds ; also to pay the costs of pro-
The Mississippi Overflow.
Memphis, August 2.—Telegrams
from above last night, dispelled the
last hopes of averting an overflow.
The murcury tell rapidly last even-
ing, and at six o’clock this morning,
stood at 67, which is unprecedented
in this latitude. Cotton on the up-
lands-is reported suflering from in-
cessant storms, being overrun by
Galveston ami tho Centennial,
Galveston, August 2 —The Gal-
veston artillery company the oldest
military orginazation in the State,
have decided to attend the Centen-
nial at Philadelphia next July.
Death of a DintlnguMieil Divine.
H.M.TiMone, August 2.—Rev. Jas.
D. McCabe, of the Protestant Episco-
pal church, is dead, aged sixty-seven.
He was formally a minister in the
Methodist Episcopal church.
Turkey am] her Insurgents.
Vienna, August 2.—The Prcsse
says, according to intelligence re-
ceived from the camps of the Herz-
gorin insurgents, a number of en-
gagements have been fought between
the Turks and Insurgents during the
last thneq.days, tjrs| along the bank
of the river Xarqnta, aitfl subsequent
Iv at Ktipa, Stalatz, Nervcrsiqtie and
Tuesday, Aug. 2d 1S75.
The election yesterday passed oil'
quietly, a light vote being polled.
Saturday night trie negroes held a
meeting, which was addressed bv
Kirk Williams and F. W. Sumner,
instructing their sable dupes how to
vote. The colored vote went solid
against the convention and “single
shot” for Weaver.
They voted for Weaver because he
opposed the whipping post, for that
the darkeys dread—they’ve “bin
thar.” The Grangers were not a un-
it tor their representatives, by any
means, many of them voting a
‘•straight lawyer ticket.” For in-
stance, Col. Cockrell, than whom
there is no more enthusiastic “Farm-
1 er’s friend” at country pic-nics, voted
a singe! shot” for Hurt. The result
in the two Sherman precincts is as fol-
For the Convention 263 ; against,
245 ; Hurt, 304 ; Weaver '166 ; Bias-
singame, 61 ; Holmes, 94 ; Riley,46 :
Stephens, 108: Scanlan, 12; Bledsoe
2 ; Dugan, More, 1 ; Chapin 1 ; Did
More voted for himsell? is the ques-
tion uow agitating this community.
Returns from the country come in
slowly. Farmi ..gton voted 61 for
the Convention. S against. Hurt, 32 ;
Holmes 51 ; Weaver 38; Riley 36;
lilassmengame 40; Stephens 2.
Dm FriNG’SpKiNGS.—For Conven-
tion 12; against none. Hurt 9:
DR. C. M’LANE’S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
r I "'HE countenance is pale and
£ Jejfden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks; the eyes become
dull; the pupils dilate; an azure
semicircle runs along the lower eye-
lid ; the nose is irritated, sw-lls, and
sometimes bleeds; a swelling of the
upper lip ; occasional headache, with
humming or throbbing of the ears;
an unusiml sccretion of saliva; slimy
or furred tongue; breath very foul,
particularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through-
out tiie abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy, not
unfrecjuently tinged with blood; belly
swollen and hard ; urine turbid ; re-
spiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied 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
are 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
cause.” In all c.vses the Medicine
to be given in strict augr.'m.'.ch
WITH THE DIRECTIONS.
We pledge oursches to the public,
Dr. C. M’Lane’s \
DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; and that it is an inno-
cent preparation, not capable of do: <1;
the slightest in jury to the mos ' teti.hr
infant. Address al! orders to
FLEMING BROS., PriT.'iutKon, Pa.
P. S. Deatm and ri vd,0r-!<.-'• « f:tv
Where than Fteming lira... » 1 d-vUI •
t- dr re distinctly, and t*ic r >: ■ •'■■■ .'<»• i'
Or t.trr ’• > / fit , - ’
Tit. To those uUhing n ir’ve them ,ur ...u . . ’.
Lrward per mail, p.wt naM, t.< isy p.-rt • tK;
United Stotts,one Ux of Pill. : -',,v • -v.- .
cent petag* stamps, *>r one vi tl of V.mh'-c r
fou-f.wn thnnvent tramps. All et.lere !>■ ■■• U.'.iud i
m:.It be act: impanied by twenty cents ext re.
if, - For sale by Drn^-ists 'and Couur> S.-i •
CEDAR GTOVE KILN.
This kiln is located one mile Northeast
ol Denison. Excellent lime, manufactur-
ed from pure shell rock, bv the car-load
or barrel, can be had at the kiln, or at
John Hohord’s grocery store, Denisou.
lhice pet barrel $1,25.
G. W Mitchzl,
aprydiXwtf '5rop ri e t o r.
”T. LOI4T8.LAW SHOOL.
Holmes 10; Riley 2; Hlasscugame
10; Stephens I.
At Ke.muckytown.— Holmes
nm ahead, Hurt second at)d Weaver
I'wenty-two convicts were started
to the i’enitentiary to-day. The
work of the recent court
There was an accident on the Trans
Continental railroad Saturday. A
portion of the track was washed away
near Savry, Friday nignt, which de-
layed the west bound train until t;
o’clock in the evening. About that
hour, as the train was crossing Mill
Creek bridge, the frame work, ot the j The regaltr annual term or this L;v.\
bridge gave way, and the locomotive | School will op.-n on Wed... s.da.v, October
and tender fell through, a.distance of ‘3th- lS7S> Full course, two terms, - x
fitly feet. The coupling broke so
that the remaining cars were not pu ll-
ed qfl’. There were three men on
the locomotive at the time of the ac-
cident, one of whom was seriously
hurt. His name is Osborn, and has,
been buying wheat for a Northern
house. He ljqd only been on the train
a few moments when the accident
happened. The engine was not
damaged a great deal, remaining on a
portion of the track, light side up.
The wrecking train came up fjoni
Dallas yesterday noon, and is now at IIAVAN.\AND DOMESTIC CIGARS
work at it.
Mr. G. A. Brown and wife return-
ed yesterday from their bridal tour,,
and will move into their new house
in a few days. Makiah Jane.
[Law Department ct Washing!. :i U:.i>,"sl:v. j
months each. Students admitted 20 2
Senior Class, on examination, by - •.vaca-
tion on or before October 13th. Tuition.,
*80 first year, $0o second year including
use of Library.
For particulars address.
G, M. Stewart, Dean
of I.aw Faculty, ’ex N.
julv 27-3:111!. Third Si. St. Louis, Mo.
AND DHALr.R ’V
Sec those handsome toilet sets at the
Live Drug Store. July 29, tf.
SMOKERS SUPPLIES. BTC , 5
Main street, north side,
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1875, newspaper, August 4, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721643/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.