Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1876 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
FRIDAY.............MARCH. 3, 1876.
Secretary Belknap has resigned.
has decided to re*
The War Department has inform-
ation that General Crook is moving
on Sitting Bull near the mouth of
Powder river, where, with fifteen
hundred warriors, Sitting Bull de-
fies the treaty. The number of
troops on the expedition is two
Gonzales is now in telegraph com-
munication with the outside.
Mr. George Jones has assumed
the editorialship of the New Yoik
The Supreme Cou t on the 28th
ult., decided the eastern terminus of
the Union Pacific railroad is on the
Iowa shore at Council Blurts, and
that the Omaha bridge is a part of
the road, and must be connected
with the whole line.
L. NOTHAF & CO.,
No. 212 Main Street,
Opposite Davis’ Hardware Store,
To make room for our Spring Stock we
will sell regardless ot cost our immense
Stock ot Goods in store consisting of ev-
ery variety of
Manufactures and seeps constantly on
hand at wholesale and lelail
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BROWN X CO.,
Col. W, VV. Lang, Master of the
State Grange is elected to the Legis-
lature from Falls county.
Win. J. Phillips has been confirm-
ed Marshal of the- Eastern District
of Texas, vice Evans resigned.
The Montague News says several
children have lately died in that
county with spinal meningetis.
A dispatcli from Relio, Nevada,
reports gieat excitement over exten-
sive quicksilver discoveries in that
And n <w it is said that Senator
Morton has about $45,000 of that
Emma Mine stock—or at least
knows where it is.
A Washington telegram says the
testimony before the investigation
into the Emma Mine scandal, given
by the owner of the mine, reflected
severely on General Schenck, the
witness insisting that at first the lat-
ter was given five hundred shares in
the mine for the mere use of his
name. He also swore that he agreed
to pay Senator Morton twenty thou-
sand dollars in shares of stock if the
latter would use his influence to se-
cure the removal of the Federal
Judge and other officials in Utah,
who were inimical to their enter-
terprise. Mr. Morton denies the
BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES’ Sr. GENTS’ HATS
These goods must be sold. During the
next thirty days Bargains will
We have in stock a full line of Bleached
and Brown 4-4 and 7-8
Hardware *t, Itaakrupt Sale.
Gen. Babcock has declined a ser-
renade tendered by Boss Shepherd.
It is now settled that he will remain
at the White House.
The Republicans of Connecticut
have nominated Henry C. Robinson
for Governor, and Frederick J.
Kingsland for Lieut. Governor.
Marston has been nominated for
agent of the consolidated agencies
of the Choctaws, Chickasaws, Clier-
okces. Creeks and Seminoles.
The Montague News reports im-
provements going on in every por-
tion of that town. Many buildings
are being repaired and new ones
Parties from Minneapolis, Minn.,
have shipped material to the Black
Hills for a paper to be called the
Hill City Tribune. The first num-
ber will be issued about April first.
Of the one hundred and seventeen
women now studying at tiie Michi-
gan University, four have chosen
law, forty-seven medicine, and fifty
six literature and science.
The Louisiana House of Repre-
sentatives impeached Kellogg by a
vote of 61 to 45, and the Senate dis-
missed the impeachment article^y
a vote of 25 to 9.
Republican senators are so indig-
nant over the impeachment of Kel
logg that they declare that Pinchback
will he admitted to his seat in the
United States senate within a week.
The impression is gaining strength
at Washington that Dyer will not
be removed, on the ground that he
used no such language about the
President as was attributed to him
in the telegraphic synopsis of his
The bankrupt slock that McCarthy Si.
Co. purchased in Dallas lor 25 cents on
the dollar, and removed here, is now of-
fered to the „ublic at retail at St. Louis
wholesale prices. The stock is complete
in every respect, and consists of the finest
Shelf and Builders’ Hardware, Cooking
and Heating Stoves, Wagon and Carriage
Material, Iron and Steel, Table and Pock-
et Cutlery, Plain and fapaned Tinwire,
etc. No 7 Cook Stoves at $16, full trim-
med. We wish tlie public to bear in
mind distinctly that we handle no com-
mission goods, that we buy fot cash and
selll for cash, and that they can save 50
per cent by buying of a responsible house
that pay cash for their goods.
McCarthy & Co.,
kb2g-3t Oppo ite Kansas City Store.
We are making the genuine California
and Texas natural
ELM FORK SADDLI^iEES
of all descriptions and warrant them.
J M. SHEEDER,
224 Main Street,
Keeps constantly on hand a large assort-
■’EXAS and CALIFORNIA SADDLES.
Buggy and Wagon Harness, etc.
I am now manufacturing my own trees,
and warrant them
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Books Stationery, Magazines, Fine Gold
Pens, Pocket Cuttle y, Toys, Chro-
mes. Musical Instruments,
and novelties of every description.
Also, Fine Imp-rte I Clears, in variety.
The Latest St Louis Papers,
5 cents 1 r copy.
At the Post office,
KANS\S & TEXAS
GOING TO TEXAS.
Prices as low as any other house,
rch 15 tf. I. M. Shkeder.
MERC HAST 'JAILOR.
LADIES’ FINE SHOES AND 1IATS.
307 Main street, Denison.
Box-Toed BOOTS and SHOES.
Keeps constantly on hand a full line of
piece goods, and is prepared to make
SUITS IN THE LATEST STYLES.
Louis Bornstein &. Co,
Rhine. oct. 20. tf.
House full and prices reduced at the
Live Drug Store.
SIESFELD’S OL1) STAND.
Fits and satisfaction guaranteed,
and examine his stock and prices.
TO THE EMIGRANT.
The Missouri. Kansas X Texas Railway
and its connection- offers superior advan-
tages, a- it passes through the fine por-
tion of Texas, avoiding tlie low, marshy,
miasmatic regions, as well as the dry,
sandy pine barrens ol Eastern 1'exas.
1 arge anil fine cotton, plantations abound
all along tlie line of the Texas Central
Railway fiointhe Red River to the Gull;
while millions of acres of uncultivated
land, which will produce one bale of cot-
ton to the acre or eighty bushels of co n,
or thirty bushels of wheat, lie in close
proximity, and can be had very cheap;
in fact, there are over one hundred mil-
lion acres ol land in Texas to be disposed
ot 1)\ the Stale, and every emigrant fam-
ily mat secure one hundred and sixty
acres bv settling on it fora period of three
years. The only expense connected
therewith is the cost of the survey and
title papers, which will not exceed $15.
Eveiy single man may have eighty acres
on tin* same terms.
These lands, as well as the finest por-
tion of Txas, are -ituated along the line
of, and to 'he west of this railroad.
Remember. 1I1 it whueyou are plowing
through snow drifts in the North, and
your stuck is eating up .1 your hard
earnings of summer, cattle are growing
fat on tlir er> en grass of Texas.
feb 20 76
You can get the b est violin strings at
the Live Drug Store.
HO IE IS & RE ST A UR A NTS
PR SPEC I'l S.
JUSTICE AS D NO 1ARY. Wholesale and Retail dealer
’y’ ALLEY HOUSE,
yy i). kirk,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, MIL-
J. B. WHEELER, Prou’r.,
Corner Houston avenue and Main street,
A Household Weekly Magazine
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC.
GENT’S FURNISING GOODS, &cv
No. 220 Main Street,
The tables are spread with the best the
market affords, and waiters always ready
to have it dished up to suit the taste.
Terms reasonable. Boarders with or
without longings accommodated,
feb. 26, ’75.
Popular Literature, and all Matters u
1 a-te a- d Culture
Acknowledgments taken and Itgal pa
pers made out.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
JAS. T. CARBRY.
C. A CUNNINGHAM.
ARBRY & CUNNINGHAM,
Wholesale Dealers in
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
No. 127 Main Street,
WALTERS & RY/-N, Proprietors,
Appleion’s fonrna 1 appears with new
type and other mechanicil improvement*
making it the handsomest weekly liter-
ary-journal in the country. Appleton's
fourna* 1 aims to be comprt nensive, in-
cluding in it’s plan all brandies of litera-
ture, and treating all subjects of interest
to intelligent readers; it designs to be
elevated in tas e and pure in tone; il give*
in quantity tully rtventv-five per cent,
more than the largest ot the monthly
magazines, while in quality its literature
is of the highe-t class.
I'ricc *14 per A iinmii; 10 Cents per Number.
IIOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
of every description.
K ATP.S :
I)av Board (per week)..
• $6 to #10 00
I iie undersigned have procured, exclu-
sive! v tor subscribers to Appleton’s Jour-
nal, a splendid steel engraving of
*'CHARLES DICKENS IN Ills STUDY,”
The highest price paid for country pro
At a meeting of the directors of
the Dallas Herald Printing Compa-
ny, held Wednesday, Col. W. C.
Holland tendered his resignation as
business manager, which was ac-
cepted, and Mr. W. L. Malone was
elected to fill the unexpired term.
The Herald speaks of Mr. Malone
as a live journalist.
Corner of Main street and Austin ave-
iISMUKES & CO.,
DEALERS IN & MANUFACTURERS
It now turns out that Winslow
was not such a rascal as the Boston
papers would have the world be-
lieve him to be. The majority of
the notes that were proclaimed to be
forgeries by the parties whose names
appeared signed thereto have, since
Winslow’s arrest in London, been
Done fo Order.
Yard opposite Alamo Hotel.
Mill corner Lamar Avenue and Morton
Orders promptly filled.
Sept. U. tf.
IIOKSES AND PONIES,
Headquarters at the Star Store and at
FRANKS’ LIVERY STABLE,
Owings Street, - - - Denison.
(Keef's old Stand,)
MARTIN Si BURK. Proprietors,
Meals at all
Oysters served in
KNECH r & LINDERMAN, Propr’s.
No. 224 Main street,
DENISON - - . TEXAS.
Tables supplied with all the luxuries 01
Served in every style, at all hours.
whi h is offered, under special terms, to
every sub-criber in advance—to Journal
This engraving is entirely new. It ha»
never been tor sale in the print-shops, and
cannot be obtai ned except in connection
with Appleton’s Journal. It will ne mail-
d to subscribers, postage prepaid.
O. APPLE ION & CO.
54V ail(f 55' Broadway, New York.
A magnificent picture, 14x18 inches in
size, printed on heavy plate paper, beau-
tiful in design and artistic in execution.
It represents a Confederate soldier after^j
the war, returning to his home, which he 7
In front of the
itSP*Prices to suit the time*,
dec. is tf.
OYSTERS AT 4octs., 6octs., AND
EXTRA CHOICE, 7Scts. PER CAN.
finds lonely and desolate,
ruined cottage, telling a sad tale of the
miseries ot war, are two graves with rude *
crosses, on one of which some friendly ‘
hand has hung a garland. To the right,
the calm river and the rising moun indi-
cate peace and rest. The stars seen
through the trees represent the Southern
Cross. It is a picture that will touch
every Southern heart, and should find a
place in every Soutnern home. Sent bv 1
| mail, mounted on a roller and post paid 4
on receipt of 25 cents, or 3 for 60 cent*. 1
1 Address John Burrow & Co .Pub’s.,
Bristol, Tenfi- \
Agents wanted everywhere to sell *
our cheap and popular picture-;. $.4
$10 per day easily made. No monev re-
quired until pictures are sold. Semi
stamp for catalogue and terms,
feb. 15 ’76.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1876, newspaper, March 3, 1876; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722474/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.