Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Daily News.
Denison. Texas. Thursday Morning, October 4, 1877.
THE DENISON NEWS,
It. C. MIIHRAY, Proprietor.
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THE MEXICAN WAR.
Humored Collision Between the
Mexicans and Americans.
first insertion, each subsequent publica
t ion 7 cents per line
Double column advertisements, one-
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Trantient advertisers will be expected
to pay in advance.
The Americans Under Bnilis Re-
ported Badly Worsted.
THE FATHER FELTON AF-
Narrative of the Castroville Con-
Special to the Galveston News.
San Antonio, Oct. i. 1877.
A Herald extra hat the following
special from Fort Clark, dated Sep-
tember 30th :
Col. Shatter crossed the Bravo
yesterday with fix hundred men, f.r-
............................age train and two Gatlin gn;;s to ex-
1 tricate Btillis from a dangerous posi-
Ask the recover-1 tion among the Sierras ( ?) To-day
ed dyspeptics, bii- eiaht titousand Mexicans left the
tints of Lvvr and |tovvas of Nt-gras, Saragos-
sa, and V ilia Nuevo—lor what pur-
pose is a secret— There is a chance
lor Mexico to retaliate for the pres-
sure about die R.10 Grande City af-
Cash for Seed Cotton.
Highest market price paid for cot-
ton in the seed at the ‘‘Gate Cits’’
Cotton Gin at Collins’ custom mill
on Woodard street. 27-tf
Drugs, Drugs, Drugs,
We advise every one in want of drugs,
paints or oils to go to W. M. Hanna N
I Go’s for this reason : Thev have the
largest and most complete stock ot drugs
in Denison, and sell cheaper than any
other drug house in Cray son county,
l ake our advice and give them a call.
Something new in the
\o ot’ser grocer has it.
line of soaos.
Cap at J. II.
ague the mercu-
rial diseased pa
tient, how they
cheerful spirits and
good appetite, they
Will tell vou by taking
) HE ClIKAl'EST, PURE T and BEST FAM-
ILY U EolCINIi IN 1 UK WORLD.
For DESPEPSlA, CONSTIPATION,
Jaundice, Bilious attacks, SICK HEAD-
ACHE, Colic, Depression of spirits.
SOUR STOMACH. Heart Burn, etc
this honvaled Southern
warrant *<! not to contain a single particle
of mercury, or any injurious mineral sub-
stance, |)i!t >S
PI RELY VEGETABLE,
containing those Southern roots and
herds, which an all-wise Providence has
placed in countries where Liver diseases
most prevail. It. will cure all diseases
caused bv Dcrangf incut of the Liver and
The Symptoms of Liver Complaint are
a bitter or bad taste in the mouth: Pain
in the back sides or joints, olten mistaken
for rhenmatisitf; Sour stomach; Loss o
appet V: Bowels alternately costive and
iax; Ih adito.he; Loss of memory, with a
painfu1 sensation of having failed to do
something vvh'ch ought to have been
done; Debility 1 w spirits, a thick yellow
appearance of the skin and eyes, a (try
cough often mistaken for consumption
Sometimes many ol these spmptoms
attend the disease, and others very few;
but the 1 ivek, the largest organ in tin*
Doth*. g< net all v the seat of the disease,
and if not n gnhit.ed in time, great suffer-
ing, \vn *>. hedness and DEATH will
As thcr area number of tfnmitations
offered to the public, we would caution
fit* community to buy no powders or prt
pared Sl M M ON 'S L1V E R R EG 11L ATOR
unless in out engraved wrapper, with
trade mark, stamp and signature un-
broken. None oilier genuine.
‘•We have t< sted its virtues, petsonally,
and know that lor dyspepsia, bdiionsness,
and throbbing headache, is 'lie best tiled
|dne the world ever saw. We have tried
forty other remedies before Simmon's
Liver Regulator, hut none Of them gave
more than temporary relief] but the
Regulator not oniy relieved hut cured usf'
—ihl. Telegraph and M(fsender, Macon.
< leoi "id.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
manufacturi dum.y by
J 11. ZEILIN cV CO.,
Price, I.oo. Sold by all druggists.
TilS li Tsll] COilfL,
rite San Antonio Fieire Fresse
has the following in regard to the
U()l. Shatter in the Vicinity with scandal case now pending before the
courts ill Castroville:
In Castroville there is ti convent,
the Mother Superior of which is a
Miss Felton, a sister ot Father Fel-
ton, formerly pastor of the German
Catholic congregation in San Anto-
nio, afterward in Castroville. About
a year ago Father Felton asked- the
Mother Superior to let him have a
nun from Fredericksburg named
Koehler, to go with him to San An-
tonio where lie wanted to teach her
how to play on the organ. In San
Antonio they kept up their criminal
relations. Afier awhile Father Fel-
ton brought her back to Castroville,
and wanted to take another nun
back with him to San Antonio. To
this his sister, the Mother Superior,
objected, saying: “You a:e worse ^
[Second Dispatch] than Luther, for he was satisfied with Mi. r taius, at the St. Nicholas
San Antonio, Oct. I. one.” She wrote to the lather of Restaurant, has just received a lot
No information of a collision has | the girl, informing him of the facts, | caietullv selected 1‘ tesh Haiti j
been received at headquarters, but j which* by the way, were sell-evident, nlole Cysteis, winch can be had at
reinforcements have gone across to aad asked him to come to Castroville Mie [estaui 'm* :ir any hour of the day
NO. 12 I
To all who are suffering from the errors I
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak- |
ness, early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., j
1 will send a receipt: that will cure you '
FREE OF CHARGE. This great re me* i
dy was discovered by a missionary :: ;
South America. Send a selfjuiddressed |
envelope to the Rev. |os. T. In.m w, sta-
tion I). Bible House. New York Citv.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
i uder assistance, if Coi. Scatter
Remedy is shoulfl be iuterlered with in return-
ing to this side of the river.
A dispatch to the San Antonio
and take his daughter away,
1 he lather came and saw Path r
belton. A few days aiterwards tile
former took sick, when the latter ap-
or night, served in any style desired.
Express lrom Eagle Pass, dated Sept, j peared and gave him
3 , says a courier arrived at Pi.alias
Negras late last night with oliicial
dispatches to Gen. Falcon, to the ef
lect that a large bnlv of United
States troops were at San Fernando,
two miles south of Saragosa, Mexi-
co, Falcon concludes that they are
there io destroy the Indian t >wu.
He instincts his subordinate olhce;s
to keep on the ttad of the Americans
until they recross the 1 iver.
Saragosa is 1 nty-live miles from
Eagle Pass. The U. S. troops
are undoubtedly under command of
Col. Shalter and Lieut. 13u 11 is. who
have eight companies and two Gat-
It is thought here that the Indians
have been backed up by the Mexi
cans, and that there lias been some
into a semi coma-
burne’s shoe store.
Ho! for Lunch at B. M. WolfPs,
Spiced pig tongues, sheen tongues.
’ ip -. herrings in .1!! styles, c.ivBu, pick
'ed eel, English onions, Switzer cheese
and Philadelphia cheese: also, German
■ attSHge ■..
The finest and purest Havana cigars,
line brandies and seven year-old, sour
; comiecl 101 i | mash whtsicy always on hand,
Fan Antonio, Oct. 1.
Gen. Old received a telegram to-
night from Eagle Pass saying that it
is reported at that place that Lieut.
Hull is had been roughly handled
by Mexican troops from Saragosa,
and there was no doubt had a fight
' and lost some men and horses.
Nothing positive has been tecriv
ed from either shatter 01 Uullis. The
which threw him
cramps. This convinced the lather
ol the girl that he had been d us me,:.
An apotiiec.ily was sent for, a strong
emetic administered, which had t e
desired eliect, an<l he wa, res o d.
i’hese facts, taken
with the relations widen t.te pne.it I
and the mm had susustuined to each
other, produced a tremendous si usa
tivin 111 Castroville, where tue great
majority ot the residents are Catho-
lic, and the lynching and mutilatio 1
of the priest was determined upon.
Moderate counsels, however prevail-
ed ; and the father of the g ri made I
affidavit against the p.icst for at-
tempted poisoning and for seduction, j
Father Felton was arrested here j
and taken to Castroville, where iris ~
examination ha, begun. Yesterdav ’ '!? al1 juff:riRYr?"* .d,mnic ,dfise;,ses.ot'
, veiling the constable ol Castroville j vited p*-rsonaltr or by mail. Newmeth'd
arrived in town and took back asj of treatment. New and reliable rente*
witness Mr, Cl.uvin, the ding gist of 1,1 »• 3bwk and circulars -cut free in
supposed to ! SHed
T L NOTliAF & CO.,
Manufactur* rs of
212 Main street.
DENISON - TLX AS.
Manufacture ami use the G •nuitw Elm
Fork Trc- - 4} it:
$25 h $50 PEE DAT
CAN ACTUALLY BE MADE WITH THE '
wesieai i -l: Cl
I’liose who wish a cheap Invest-
nvut tot .1 small capital should Cor-
respond with the Cheat Well Augur
VV orks, Biomntieid, Iowa.
whom F.itner Felton is
have bought the strychnine. The
Mother Superior, proDaaty because
she hopied tlie girl’s father of what
had happened, has been deposed by
the bishop, who by rights ought to
be in jail himself.
i'hese are the facts, arid they are
scandals enough. In the meantime j
we will await the result of the
Herald’s latest special says Btillis lost
nearly all lus men m cutting Ins wav 1 we wip await me result ot tue ex
through his enemies, arid that Shat- ! animation, which will bring every-
th was surrounded by one thousand tiling to light. But one tiling is cer-
M exit tins. | tain, the State should long since
No particulars ot this have been have exercised control over the con-
ruvIojKs. Address Howard As-
sociation, 419 N. Ninth street, Phil add-
phia, Pa , an inK'itutim. h iving a hid
reputation tor honorable conduct m:
profe-s.'unable skill. 6-22uj\
A 7'TORNE VS-A T-LA IV
received by G m. Ord. It is all iu-
11)01 to tai, but there is nu doubt that
Btillis was roughly treated.
Is now ready to receive, Weigh,
sample, store, compress and
ship cotton to all
BRING YOUR COTTON TO
Where the freight late are 1< wer than
anywhere else in Northern
Texas, and where buy-
ers ran, and
THE HIGHEST PRICE FCR COTTON,
Coward'y Assassination ot a
id'on Hit1 Highway.
vent, as is the custom evetvw aere.
Tlie Hostile Apaches
ESSIE M COOK,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
BLOCK, UP STAiaS
The prices paid for cotton at Denison
last season were from i to j of a cent per
pound more than was paid at Sherman.
R P. ROCK.W ELL, Sup't.
8-30 dfew tf.
Round Rock, Sent. 30, 1877.
A most hotrihle mttrdet was om*
mitted Frit lay night about 9 o’clock,
two or three miles in the country
from here. A Mr. limit and Mr.
Carter were coming here with cot-
ton ; they had camped for the night,
and had just laid down, when, (Mr.
Washington, f|ct. 1.—The fol-
lowing dispatch was received at the
V\ at Department fins m >ruing :
Chicago* Oct. 1.—•Iidurmatinu
received by telegraph from die De- ^
partment of Missouri leads to the ! v
belief that the Apaches or Atizona,!
who recently fled from their resorva-' I
tions, will be compelled to surreu-ljJ
del before long. I"wo Apache | ^
chiefs have already concluded to i h
surretuier. All tiie available troops D
in New Mexico are operating against1 ul
them. P. II. Siikiudan.
' TP. an. Aftonts watitvrt.
ii"ss legltltrate. Parttcultttsfris.
M,j.wuaniA.oo^st touts, Mu.
limit says) two men came up and I A voting fellow who indulge! in
commenced shooting. Mr. Carter j the use of strong drink says at night
w as shot thiough the abdomen and j tie teds as it lie owned all the prup-
aiso in the legs. His throat was cut! erty in ti e world. In the mottling
and butchered up in a dreadful man- [ he reels as if he owned none, and
ncr- ! was in arrears for his taxes on what
Mr. Hunt immediately came to he owned the night before.
town and gave the alarm. The j ----------------
authorities aie investigating the ] Sherman blood to voting man
case. from the frontier: “1 ted like I S
cotiid ‘get away’ with some oysters.
Let’s go and hunt some up !” Y. m.
1 F F) *DVait ll 1 get my six-sh udu ;
At Collins’Custom.Mill on Wood- 11 never let anything get the droo on
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3 TO 8 FEET IN DIAMETER,
And A-NYDi-riU HEQVIULD. They will
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/ :*<l We )uUvi't ho of WELLS in
GOt j A0TIV12 AGENTS Wanted In
<"■ f l aru.y in tiie United Stateg.
V-n . ic f’ir I:i'i. breted Catalogue, terms,
t . t-;. ]>r«>v;:.g our udvertisementa
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BLOOMFIELD, DAVIS CO.,IOWA.
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Fresh Bolted Meal.
Rooms and Board.
Furnishe l rooms or first cab-
board or both at le.tsorable rates at
Mrs. N. S. Geotge’s, northeast cor-
rer Gandy street and Austin
. ...uvatia, Key W tst and IN ,
Tobacco and Smokes' Supplies,
UNISON, . . TEXAS3.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1877, newspaper, October 4, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722615/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.