Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, March 16, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
Denison Daily News.
Denison.. Texas. Friday Morning. March i6, 1877.
Is now receiving from the best Manufac-
turers their Spring Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
And will sell either his own or Eastern
work, at Wholesale or Retail,
Putting all of his stock down to bottom
prices, and selling mostly
The Noii-interfercnce Policy Like-
ly to Prevail.
Bv common consent the senato-
[From the Fawliuska Herald, 10th inst. |
Much sickness on Bird Creek.
Indian women don’t dip snuff.
No tiorse racing on trie reservation.
Grasshopper eggs continue to hutch.
Pawnee buffalo hunters are still going
FOR CASH DOWN.
Boots and Shoes made to measure or repaired on short notice, both work ar.d fit
guaranteed. A good stock of Rubber Shoes. Shoe findings and Leather constant-
ly on hand. _
THE DENISON NEWS,
IJ. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
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Tiia Tsias & Pacilc Railway
c ONN E C TIONS
MOST DIRECT USD QUICKEST LINS
From all Points in
And all Points
Northoast & Southeast
Trains Arrive and Leave Sherman as
6140 p- m.
6 30 a. m.
Mail and Ex
Mail and Ex.
9 :oo p. m.
2 150 p. m.
< JO N 1\ EOT IONS:
At Texarkana, with all trains on St.
Louis & Iron Mountain and Southern
Railway, for ail points Noith, East and
At Longview Junction, and Minneola,
with all trains on International Railroad,
for Tvler, Palestine, Houston, Austin.
Galveston and San Antonio.
At Dallas, with trains of the Houston
& Texas.Central Railway, for Corsicana,
M.-xia, Bremond, Waco, Calvert, Bryan,
Hempstead, Brenham and all points in
Middle and Southern Texas.
At Sherman, with H. & T. C. Railway,
for all points on the line ol that road.
At Fort Worth, with Stages for all
points in western Texas.
At Shreveport, with Red River Steam-
ers for New Orleans.
IISF Pullman's Pate Slcepi Cars,
Ft. WORTH, DALLAS & SHERMAN,
Any intormation in regard to rates of
Freight and Passage, lime and Connec-
tions, will be cheerfully given on apprica-
General Superintendent, Marshall, iexas.
W. 11. NEWMAN,
General Freight Agent, Marshall, Texas
R. W. THOMPSON,
General P. & T. Agent, Marshall, Texas.
ttttt’S THTEE'D THE pi'-us
TUTT'S Jt-XlJJLjJLf AUil p||,r,S
TUTT'S . a a ■ 1 l’tl.I.S
words of Ad'Tice.KiiK
TUTT'S T? USFKCT F U L f, Y off"rpil I>v Ta,I.I.‘S
TUTT’9 ^ " • *'• Tl rr, M.T).. fur many , j,r,^
itiitt-I; vears Demonstrator nf Anatomy In . .
tPiLSBi- rollnif. of < ie»i-fia. , T*
ii ii s Thirty vsnr-' eximrleurr la I'm 1
Tl rT’S practice o'f meijlcinm t-.«etlu>r wltli l''l ■ “
TUTT’S Ilf...... year-.' tet of Tu”'- Pills, I’l I.I.S
TUTT'S anil tin* thousands ,,f to lliiioaials PI l.l.s
TUTT'S Vi' I'll of lliolr rtltcanv. v;arrant on p I i,l,S
TlfTT's hi saviiie that tlioy " ill 1' 1 - i' I■ ■ ■ Iy 1 > 11, t,s
mi- i -rC ruri' all ill n .i ,rs flint result I'rniu a 1
*}:,,,„[’ill ra ill liver. Tliev an- not rer. ' ..
,.[,C omniended for all the Ills that al’het
"1 1 I A Illimani tv, Ini I fur 11 enenda. .hum- 1 1
TIITT'S diee, C.eistipai ion. Pile .akin Id,- I’l I.I.S
TL'TT’S eases, Hlllous ( idle. Itlicunialhin, I’ll,US
TIJTT'S Pal|iltiitli"i of the Ilearl. Kidney pi£,LS
Tl’TT’S Alter 11,nr*. Prmale Pom|ilahits. Ae.. |, | ((j ^
all of wlilell result from a ileraidri - ,,,, , a
, . ment of the I Iver. no mellciae lias ' l‘s
iiii fs f-vnr in-oven so sure, dal a< ini. ' ,
Tl TT'STI TT S YEdL l AISLE I.IVK.P, 1’ILI.S
TL'TT'S PILLS. PILLS
TUTT’S :................................................I PL LS
TLTT’S | TUTT’S PIU.N ! PILLS
TUTT’S • CURE SICK HEADACHE. • PILLS
TPTT’S ................................................. PILLS
Tl’TT’S *............................................... PILLS
TIJTT’S i Tl'TT'S Pdl.LN : PILLS
TIJTT'S i HElgUlUE N 1 1 IIA NUB OF • PILLS
TIJTT’S j DIET. I FILLS
TUTT'S •........................... : PILLS
Tl'TT’S i...............................................! PI i.i.s
Tl'TT’S i TUTT’S 1»IM,S ! PI I.I.S
Tl’TT’S • ARE PURELY YEUKTABLE.: PILLS
TUTT’S ................................................ : PI LLS
TUTT'S i................................................. PILLS
TUTT’S i TUTT’S PII.I.S I PILLS
TUTT’S : NEVER GRIPE OR NAUSE-; PIl.I.s
TUTT’S i ATE. • PILLS
TUTT’S .................................................i PULS
TUTT’S •......................... i PILLS
TUTT’S ■ TOE DEMAND FOR TL'TT’S: PILL*
TIJTT’S -PILLS is not con lined to this; PILLS
TUTT’S Jcountry, but extends to all parts; PILLS
TUTT’S !ofthe world. I PILLS
TUTT'S :................................................. PILLS
TUTT’S i...............................................: PULS
TUTT'S : A CLEAR H EAD,»lastlc limbs,: PILLS
TUTT’S ;«o„d dlitrsthin, sound sleep,; PILLS
TUTT'S ibuoy.ant spirits, line appetite,! PILLS
TUTT’S -an- some of the results of the! PILLS
TUTT’S !use of TUTT’S PILLS. ! I*!l.!’
TUTT’S !.......................... ! PILES
TUTT’S !.............................................! PULS
TUTT’S ! AS A FAMILY MEDICINE : PILLS
Tl’TT’S ! Tl’TT’S PILLS ARE THE ; PILLS
TUTT'S ! BEST—PERFECTLY HARM- • PILLS
TUTT'S : LESS. ! PILLS
TUTT’S i................................................. PILES
Tl’TT’S !...............................................: PI EES
Tl’TT’S ! SOLD EVERYWHERE. ! PI EES
Tl’TT'S ! PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE UTS. • PILES
TUTT'S :................................................ PI I.I.S
TUTT’S ! • I'lEt.S
TUTT’S : I’UTN’CI P A I, OFFI ' E : PULS
TUTT’S • IS MIIHHAY SiS’RKKT. j PILLS
TUTT'S ! NKW VWRU. ! PILLS
TUTT'S I................................... : PILES
This unrivaled preparation lias per-
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for years from
the various diseases of the Lungs, alter
trying different remedies, spending thou-
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor-
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
entirely recovered their health
“WON'T GO TO FLOftfSV
Now York, Au^a^t HO, 1872.
D P. TUTT:
Dear Sir: When fn Aiksn, last winter, I uaart your
Expcotorin’ fur my cou:;li. an l realizod more ben*’.It
from it than anythin*? I flver tool:. I am so well that
I will not ro to Florida next winter as I intended.
Bend mo olio dozen bottlea. by expreaa. for oorno
friends. ALFRED CUSHINa,
123 VVe3t Thirty -Hr»jt Street.
Boot on. January 11,1871.
Thin eerttfl'3 that I h.tve recommended the use of
Dr. Tutt’s Expectorant for diseases of thelunjja
for tho past two years, and to my knowledgre many
bottles havo boon nsod by my patients with the hap-
piest results. In two eases whoro it was thought con-
firmed consumption had taken place tho Expeotorant
effected a cure. It. H. SPRAGUE, M.D.
"Wooan not spealv t--*o highly of Dr. Tntt’s Ex*
pectorant, aud for the ta'.LO of suifering humanity
hope it may beoomo more genorally known.”—Cinua
Mold I>y Driurgista*- I*rico 61.00
rial question from Louisiana
over to the next session.
Governor Pinchback, of Louis-
iana, had a long interview with the
president. Mr. Pinchback is quoted
as saying “Justice to the whites and
mercy to the blacks, forbade any
support of tiie Packcrd government.”
President Hayes replied: “I think
I see mv way clear to secure harmo-
ny and peace among the people of
The pressure from the new elec-
tion plan is becoming earnest fiom
most radical republicans. It may
be said that Haves is not committed
to it; he and Ins advisers are report-
ed as not seeing how it can be oone,
without Federal interference, and
that it is more in discord with the
spirit of the inaugural than the use
of bayonets. t
Senator Patterson has submitted
to the president an elaborate plan
tor a new election, which he fa-
Little Indian boys are practicing on die
Usages fire the prairie grass when they
Beaver cut trees in the west part of
14^ Indian children are now in the
j-ioine of the Gherokees are about join-
ing the Usages.
The Indian school at this place reflects
credit upon the work.
Osages don’t build sod houses, but
squat under buff.do stins.
Farming operations will commence in
a few days. Uld settlers recommend
The Usages report that their hogs are
dying in large numbers of “worms in
B. C. Larson is about commencing a
! series of temperance lectures to the dis-
ciples ol Bacchus.
Big Chief, an unlettered Osage, made
one of his best speeches to the school
children last week.
Pah-ne-no-pah-she, governor of the
Osages, wants a white farmer, but no
drunken sot will find employment.
Alex. Rankin, ot Lawrence, Kansas, is
building a school house at Shawnee
town, this territory, lor the
of South | Shawnee*.
• 1 , , . i The building of a one-horse hospital at
accompanied by ex-Con-1 , - , ,e lul. siok 0*ages has at last
gressman Wallace, called on the
president to day, protesting against
Senator Patterson’s proposition for a
new election, on the ground tiiat the
substantial or industrial inteiests of
South Carolina would naturally be
damaged by such an election. It
was further stated to the president
that none of the republican mem-
bers of that State had been consulted
on the subject, and therefore it was
in the nature ol an independent pro-
posal on the part of Senator Patter-
son, stimulated, perhaps, by Gov-
ernor Chamberlain. Mr. Robertson
states tiiat the solution of the South I
Carolina compl cations could be ac- i
complished by more simple means |
—namely, the withdrawal of troops j
from the State capi al, when the
people themselves would adjust the
difficulty. The president receive:!
Mr. Robertson and Mr. \\ allace
courteously, as they are natives of
the State. He said they would at
all times be welcome.
been recommended by the Interior De-
par; ine n t -
Handsome pictures of Black Dog, Au-
gustus Captain, and IJaw-ne-no-pa»h-
she, can be seen at Gov. 1’lorvr » resi-
dence. They were taken bv a Washing-
ton artist, on their late visit.
Usages are painters, and we sometimes
see admirable paintings ol wiid animals
on trees, but the painting of a bufialo is
never complete without an arrow in his
\ SK the re*>¥-
l\ ered dysp*p-
will tell >ou by
tics, bilious suflef-
ers, victims of level
and ague, the mer-
curial direased pa-
tient how they re-
cheerful spirits and
taking Simmons’ Liver
BAD BREATH 1
Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing so
common as bad breath, and in nearly
every case it comes from the stomach,
and can be so ea-dlv corrected if you will
take Simmons’ Liver Regulator. Do not
neglect so sure a remedy lor this repulsive
disorder. It will also improve join ap-
petite, complexion and general health.
How many suffer torture day after day,
making life a burden and robbing exist-
ence of all pleasure, owing to the secret
sufferings from Piles. Yet relief is ready
to the hand of almost any one who will
use systematically the remedy that has
permanently cured thousands. No dras
tic, violent purge, but a gentle assistant
SHOULD not be regarded as a
trifling ailment—in fact nature
demands the utmost regularity of
the bowels, and any deviation
‘rom this demand paves the way
often to serious danger. It is
quite as necessary to remove im-
pure accumulations from the bow-
els as it is to eat or sleet), and no
bealtli can be expected where a
costive habit of body prevails.
R. W. 11. HALLIWEl-iL,
Of the Iowa
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE
MU. T1LDEN WAS AGAINST IT.
Having decided upon the establishment
of an institute in Texas, at the suggestion
of some of his friends has consented to
remain in Denison tor a short, time, and
will treat a few select and well marked
I chronic cases of both male and female.
• The Doctor's welt attested skill and large
I experience of over 40 years affords an un-
| lookedfo ) opportunity to tne othetwise
I hopeless and dispairing invalids.
| See circulars, 12-iotf
This distressing affliction occurs mod
frequently. The disturbance of the stom
ach. arising from the imperfectly diges-
ted contents, causes a severe pain in the
head, accompanied with disagreeable
nausea, and this c institutes what is popu-
larly known as Sick Headache.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Sole proprietors—Simmons’ Liver Reg
SE WING MA CHINE S.
To the Editor of the Sun:
Sir: Can you state with certainty
whether or not Mr. Samuel J Tilden
sanctioned and gave encouragement to
the unconstitutional compromise that has
worked the defeat, if not the downfall, ot
the Democratic part\ ? Democrat. , n ’ »«■ 1 •
pSkm am® Sfltii Mim
Lon expressed himself in that sense
HE BEST 1RUSS UN EARTH!
One person in every four is ruptured,
and two-thirds thus afflicted desire to dm,
as they suffer troni Dispepsia, Spinal
disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement
x “Howe's Sjrim Pal Belt Truss." r
to members of both houses of con-
gress. Had it seemed proper, he
would doubtless have made a public
declaration of his opinion that it was
not a wise or a constitutional meas-
ure.—Neva lork Sun.
A Baltimore dispatch says 011
March the itth the Atlantic coast
railways and connections, between
EXCELS ALL UTHERiS
BECAUSE IT IS
MUST QLTET, AND
Possesses All the Excellencies
with None of the Defects.
With no other instructions than are
given in the book of directions, wnich is
included in tire outfit
Richmond, Virginia, and Montgom- tliepe ^ 110 one however inexperienced
^ with sewing machines, but can with a few
| cry, Alabama, put in ctlcct a sclie- hours’ practice become perfectly familiar
! dule by which the time between . with every operation of the -New Amer-
J t | ican. i here is no other machine that
| New \ ork and New Orleans is six- j (|0L-g every kind and grade of family sew-
For the treatment and cure of Rupture
and Hernia, patented 1S75, is the only
scientific truss invented. Every physi-
cian endorses it at once, and patients ouy
| it at sight.
Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned
metallic and hard rubber springs tied
Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and
endorsements of thousands who have
been cured, arid of the lending physician -
ol the United States, including the great
doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal
of the St. Louis Medical College- All
say it is the best tru--s known. It hao
cured a 5 year rupture in five weeks.
Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper,
etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup
tured on both sides badly, and lias been
for 25 years, and he invented this great
truss for himself only. We make them
MEN, WOMEN md CHILDREN!
ty-lunr hours and thirty-live minutes.
The Gazette says an experienced
j geologist from Scotland has discov-
ered an immense deposit of argillo-
calcite 011 lands belonging to Mayor
Wheeler, near Austin, which is soft
and easily moulded when first dug
up, but becomes as hard as granite
by the application of heat, or even a
tew days exposure to the air.
ing w ith so little trouble to the operator
is self-threading; has self-regulating
tensions throughout; has self-setting
needles; nevei breaks thread ot slips
stiches; is never out of order. Is sold at
a lowei price than any other first-class
Un the liberal terms on which an
Arne: ican machine can be procured, no
family L longer justified in denying
themselves ol its service.
who daily bless Mr. II. for his invention,
THE HOWE FEMALE SUPPURTER
im. E01.1 .•> nit A?r*s
irrin*i’Gi. .1 • il.uitntcr
Mith r.unv-’- “it fiik'iuvjn^i
frtui’ lilt t’ n/!i« s a I! thriii-
tiuixiiiv® fb’iotud kitnMT on
Cuui ‘ “
A Columbus, .South Carolina, dis-
patch says Governor Hampton lias
respited Dave Anderson, one of the
five negro cnmnals condemned to he
LI BE RAL IN DICE. MENTS
Those Wiio IMircliase for (’ash.
is the best known for abdominal affec-
If you have a friend ruptured, do him a
favor by sending u- his name at once.
X HOWE TRUSS CO., X
Box 1170. Council Bluffs, Iowa
in?”*.)000 traveling agents w.iul-J
States, counties, an 1 townships for sale
1 Dr. foim A. Malcolm, Sole Agent, L v
Drug Store, Denison, Texas.
GNM an't Morpinnt’ h:\hu nosoRitrly n*wj
A rprtNJlly ruri’U. Film udb: nofubiirffy.
rksvi sf’arrn l»»r pnrtir.ular*. Dr. I *u>
L-. a id* WoatJiumi fct.A.'lilaftBM*
•uitMhipk Alarm£«% t'.p
i* H!Ul H Vt ftMor.l Of t *’
aUkind of Dllfns*'8. with himdnd* ot tnltiolde rf ’-’ipfn,
who »!ion! 1 Ktnrrvifhi* iinn*vlini(*ntii to maninitf, flu ir na-
ture and wire. 'IV M* on all I Jisomii, tolly r xplainins; their
etuir.i, svttipfi’ ‘Hid nirBimto ct;**0 ; if in Hit’ only really
acictitinc ' aoi-k of tho kind ever puhiistied, and ii rinniVh
in rv v refpcct. Rout ■eenrely nealeA on receipt «1 AU rti.
Add i s, in’. C. A 1 >*»»tannan, (iiy North Aiftli ytiett,
St. Louuu Mo. Fatabliahcd iu l.ss7.
We will make it to the interest of all
who need a sewing machine, to buy the
New American. It lias the endorsement
of many leading Grangers in Missouri,
. , . Kansas and Texas, and is the man iard
executed otl the 14th, lot the murder nmehine of the Kansas State Grange.
of Housctnann and Boutmann, in Patrons^ should send fot our special terms
Aikin cot) 111 \, in Novembei last. Teachers, Preachers and everybody
else desiring circulars, samples, testimo-
nials and terms should address.
D. A DUCK, Manager,
No. 200 South Fourth street. iu2?d
A DAY at home. Agent
^JA^wantt d. )ut.fit ami term- five.
TRUE N CO.. Augusta. Maine,
meh. 7. 1- v d.
Wholusiilp ( igars.
Local option carried in Hays
county bv three votes. The election
is to be contested.
Louis Lebre. I t keens the best assorted
vtiK'k of cigars in the city. They are of
superior quuiitv, manufactured hv the
largest and most reliable NEW YORK
tie means to compete with ST. LOUIS
prices. Examine his stock befoie \oy
maLe four purchases. You vvHIbecon-
v.aaa! he i» slating “FACTS " *,-pi}if
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, March 16, 1877, newspaper, March 16, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722708/m1/1/: accessed January 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.