Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1876 Page: 1 of 4
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Denison Texas, Thursday Morning. November 3o. 1876.
THU ilENISON NEWS,
H. C. MURRAY, Proprietor.
]>*Iiy—Per month................. $t 00
“ Per w ok, by carrier,...... 25
eekly—Per annumn............ 2 50
Vf *' Six months............ 1 so
ADVERTISING RATES :
One inch, first insertion.........
Each subsequent insertion----
tJne-eiqhtli columns, one month..
One-lourth column, one month.. ••
Business card; 1 h inch, per month.
Local notices, 10 cents a line for the
♦rst insertion, each subsequent publica-
tion 7 cents per line
Double column cdV3rti*ements, one-
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Tiantient advertisers will be expected
v« pay in advance.
THE DOLLAR STORE.
FLO J A 1>A.
Hoard of Canvasser* Commence
Thcirtas Carlyle writes to friends
on tlie Eastern question, endorsing
Gladstone’s proposition expelling the 3^^
governing ! urkisli classes fiom l’.u- "*^u
No. 112 Main Street,
DENISON, * - -
$1 -THE- $1
Offers to the Dry Goods trade 1000 pack-
ages novelties in
Comprising all the new shades, Navy
Blue, Seal Brown, Cardinal Red. jooo
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, JEANS,
At the lowest prices ever known in
Northern Texas. 500 packages Foreign
Comprising all popular shades in desir-
able goods. 1000 Packages
Comprising all desirable articles known
to the trade.
A large and well selected stock of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Woods
FULL LINE OF MENS’, MISSES
AND CHILDREN’S SHOES.
Ladies’ Misses’and Children’s Hats, in
large variety and latest styles.
The Only Dollar Store
IN NORTHERN TEXAS.
Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 28 — , ^„lv ......
The board met at 10 o’clock, with ablo scene occurred at the
the same gentlemen present who jj j10llse. A frightened horse
have heretofore been in attendance.
The lace of the returns show, Il.iyes
7,460, Tiluen 7,418, a Republican
majoiity ot 42. The Republicans
give notice ol contest in 19 counties,
and the Democaats m nine. Deehc
county, not in, will not give 25 ma-
jority either way. 'The Democrats
claim 23 majority in Dry county,
which is evidently omitted, il this
be Conceded, it will leave a Repub-
lican majority ot 19. 'There are two
returns Horn .Bolter county, the first
giving 94 Democratic majority and
the second 41 Republican majority.
The last and lnlest is signed by the
Judge and Sheriff, but not by the
eleik, and the difference is made by
throwing out several democratic pre-
cincts. The board adjourned tilt
4 P‘ m‘
The Dallas Gamblers Again After
Date yesterday evening a remark-
1 ■' court
saddle and bridle on came at full
speed up West Houston street, w,i( [t.u ^
across the square to the west door ot Regulator,
the court house, into which he1
leaped, and went tearing through
the hall and out the east door,‘bring-
ing up against a wagon loaded with
cot to n.—Sh srma n R tj,r is ter.
A SK the recov
r -jIl ere.d dyspep-
t-isTich. bilious suffer-
!-_ ■ .....---“3,..rs> victims of fever
and ague, the mer-
curial diseased pa-
tient how they r*
cheerful spirits an#
I will tell you by taking Simmons’Livc-r
THE CHEAPEST, PUREST AND
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
IN THE WORLD!
For Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaundice.
^ Bilious attacks, SFk Ileakache, Colir,
Depression of Spirits, Sour Stomach,
; Heart Burn, Ac.,
i The unrivalled Southern Remedy )•
i warranted not to contain a single particV
! of mercury, oranv injurious mineral sub
TARIFF OF CHARGES OF j stance, but is
The North Texas
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1876.
Storage one month, weighing, mark-
ing and sampling
.. ... • « .1 .. I
Twenty-five thousand novelties in
No. 120 MAIN STREET,
I buy all my clothing of Plank Three doors above the Post office
Bros., and this is the kind ot a fit
I got every time.”
$5 to $20
free. STINSON & CO.. Portland. Maine,
inch. 7. i-v d.
O END 25c. to C>. P. ROWELL & CO,
O New York, for pamphlet of 100 page;
•onlaining lists of 3,000 newspapers and
wtimales showing cost of advertising,
inch. 7, i-y d.
jT>K FUEL COOPWOOD,
ATT’Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office in Glasscock building, Congress
avenue Austin, Texas.
Special attention to land litiga'ion and
and land claims.
From Wednesday morning’s Herald.
Last evening about 6:30, six or
seven shots were heard on the cor
tier of Main and Lamar streets. Am
eye witness gives the following ac-
count of the shooting:
Mr. Harris, ol the Mail, and Mi.
Charley Cagle, a gambler, met in
the Senate salqon, and conversation
turned upon the course oi the Mail
toward the gambling fraternity in
this city. Some words passed be-
tween the parties, more emphatic
than complimentary, and Cagle i
stepped outside the screens, which
secure for doors at the Senate. As
he went out Harris remarked that
lie could “run every gambler out of
town in twenty-four hours.” Cagle
answered (ftoin the outside) that the
assertion was “a lie, and that the
asserter had lost his hatchet.” Har-
ris went to the door in company with
two or three others standing by, and
saw Cagle with a revolver in his
hand. He then ran behind the
counter, and after opening several
drawers found “a gnu” and moved
to the front. Arriving at the door,
Cagle opened tire and disposed of
two shots before Harris could get
into position. After he once opened
fire no one could te'd as to who did
the shooting, hut Cagle did the re-
Containing those Southern roots irrt
herbs, which an allwise Providence has
placed in countries where liver diseases
most prevail. It will cure ail diseases
caused by the derangement of the Livcy
The symptoms of liver complaint are ;t
Filter or bad taste 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
30 | headache; loss of memory, with a painfm
1 sensation of having .tailed to do some
15 j thing which ought to have been done;
l debility, low spirits, a thick yellow ap-
20 pearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
j cough often mistaken for consumption.
10 .Sometimes many of these symptom*
i attend the disease, at others very few;
• but the liver, the largest organ in the
j body, is generally the seat ot the disease,
60 ; and if not regulated in time, great suffer-
20 ing, wretchedness and death will ensue.
Whole covers baling with ties......2 50 j can rec0m.nend as an efficacious rem
Assorting, rebal.ng and covering dry edy lor disease ot the liver, heatburn and
COttOn... ...................4 , 1..itn. \ n , ’ I • . . r I? . ■ . 11 ! ’! 1 rt l‘
■Deduction made on ail cotton moved
within twenty-four hours.......
Storage for each additional month or
part ot month..................
On all cotton turned out for classing
No allowance to be made parties sam-
pling their own cotton.
Half covers..... ..................
Whole covers without ties......
II AZAT AND SILVER WARE.
DEALER IN PINE
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES,
Kt ep constantly on
hand a large as-
■ 5 iS>
Nvr - • Y ’’W
Drying, rebaling and covering wet
pickings .... ........•••.......7 00
Inspecting and picking damaged cot-
ton in press....................
Supplying missing ties each.•••#•• •
This press will not be sponsib.e (or
concealed country damage.
Cotton covered with domestic not
Compressing per bale.............. so
SPECIAL CONTRACTS WITH EXPORTERS.
Covering sample holes, covers furn-
ished bv press...................
Arranging for reclassio g or remark-
ing after being c’,oss marked....
Shipmarking at ^ress...............
Positively no cotton delivered except
upon return of receipt. If transfer-
red proper endorsement must be
made upon such receipts.
Citron classed,marked and not moved
in three days after classification,
shall be charged storage per month
or fractional part ot a month......
For shipping cotton not compressed
All orders for services above enumern- j
ted mu1! be in writing, addressed to the |
Superintendent <md signed by the legal ,
owner of the cotton.
Numbered bills ot lading will be fur-
nished every shipper upon application.]
In no case will the press make out bills of j
... . , . • ..qK” the i
dyspepsia, Simmons’ Liver Regulator.
Lewis G. Wonder,
1625 Ma-ter Street.
Assistant Postmaster, Philadelphia
“We hove tested its virtues, personally,
and know that for dyspepsia, biliousness
and throbbing headache, it is the best
medicine the world ever saw. We have
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. H. ZEILIN CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price $1.00. Sold bv all druggists.
TT'XCELSIOR LIVERY FEED
IT SALE STAPLE-
~\ \rl; s'F.
Mr. i.T. Mealy, of Kentucky, a | lad-ing but will examine an 1 .. ,
stranger, attracted by the sh,>ts i
walked over to the battlefield, and ]ist 0, ,,rt.s, jgo’s. on said receipts. Con
r<ce;vtd a shot in the call ot the leg.
He was carried ott the Held by an
am.-teur ambulance corp-.
Mr. John Lyle, who was standing
several doors below, had his sleeve-
button shot oil.
The Herald presumes, ot coutre, j
the affair will undergo the usual 1
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Off" Boston Light, Old
White Mountains, Xiag-
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An amusing scene occurred at tne 1 Susquehanna,
depot this morning, in which our j Oaken Bucket
friend Colonel Cockrell figured con* ;
spictiousls. Dll the aim a I ol .,.t p^ruit, Pier at Calais, Pa-sau on tiv Dail-
accommodat’on train trom the 1101th also, hrilliunt 4x11 chroino- on
at 10: 4«I, an elderly lady of about i black or white mourns, floral bus:ik-s
3C0 pounds, avoirdupois, rushed out ■ cards, Sunday school card#, statuary,
J 1 . j ■ * ., - I mottoes, black ground panne's; al
on Lie platlorm and seizing the Col*
i one 1,1 xciaimed, “UucieJ din. tm ve
got me ; now ho d me tight.” Die
i Colonel stood amazed, but took tv
i the Caressing kindly ; in lact, rath, r
liked it. though believing himsc f
taken lor some other man. About
tiffs time the train began to move oil.
and the fat woman sprang uboaid
with the agility of a sixteen year-old
lass, but not content with so abrupt ^ ^ k,.v..>• .r.llu ,w.
a parting fia m Uncle Joint, nppearul \ DAljNew \oik hngravin , Co .
at the car door at: instant aflerwar 1, 53 Wall Street, Box-3236, N. V.
Hatr Jewelry mack and calling out in dulcet tones, ________________ _____________________
to order, and :■” j “(Good-bye? d;uHn:',1’ threw him .m ; , s ,T Is Sen,,
irP:,J I'll."- limCio i„... The cw.mlm.nd 1 JiXAS NN,NN
I with laughter, and for once Uncle North-Wi.st «v'e year. Published week
| John looked plagued.--A7>tvvz'.;« !;•'■ Addreas, “Texas North-West.” Cara-
! Reiritter. ! bridge. Texas.
signors desiring cotton inspected, and I
condition of the cotton endorsed on Lie
receipt, must notify the weigher upon 1
r. F. CUFF, ANTHONEY CUKE.
ticket sent him, J’ “
\ official. I J. V*. CUFF & BRO. Proprietors.
EDWIN .15. CHADICK, j No's 301,303; cor. West Main street and
ii, 6m« Superintendent. " North Burnet avenue.
..... DENISON, • - - TEXAS
Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al-
T"MIROMOS.--Agents; best chance of wavs on hand for the use of patrons.
the season; all the new and taking Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar*
chromes—Falls of the Rhine, On the 1 antced.
j. F. Cuff" & Bro. Keep
class Hearse in the city.
Sept. 28.’ tf.
the only first
of 1*1. SoMLh.
of Ft. Sill.
A 0 0
: (raines and n;,ents’ supplies at v tv hot-
: tom price#. Particulars free. Illustrated
j catalogue otf receipt of stamp. Send lor
i $3 outfit. J, Latham & Co .
4m Washington street Boston.
Hcadqnarters for Foreign and Am;ri-
l can enromos.
Our large Iifa-1'ke Lteel
[Engravings ot the Presj-
iDENTlAL CANDIDATES sell
rapidly Send for circular.
FARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVES to THE REPAIR OF
xlTE ’ WATCHES.
_____ . . I A first class waiter wanted at Frank’s
..TO, 229 MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS j restaurant No Others need apply.
CRAWFORD STREET LIVERY
» * A L LAG HER & MALONEY,
Feed furnish I. and horses boarded on
. .1 w-.-ll of water and . large w .y/r
yard for the use of patrons,
DENISON - - - TEXAfe
Y Q> \ DAY at home. Ages;
mted. )utfit and tcrmst.ee.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1876, newspaper, November 30, 1876; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722721/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.