Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1876 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
“THURSDAY.....NOVEMBER 30, 1876
To Whom it May Concern.
The proprietor of the News is in no
wav responsible for accounts contracted
by employ s of this office, and no person
Js authcriacd to run accounts in the name
of this office, or that of the proprietor,
without an order from the undersigned.
Bu-incss men will do us a favor by
•endin.; all accounts due them from em-
plr'\es of the News office directly to the
B. C. Murray,
Penis m, Nov. 8, 1876.
Fur Judge of the 27th Judicial District.
The official count in California
gives Haves a majority of 2,767.
The editor ot the Parsons Daily
Record has made the startling dis-
covery that monkeys delight in tying
tin cans to dog’s tails.
The New York Times’ Gransbovn,
N. C., special says the returns re-
ceived show that the vote for Hayes
and Settle will reach and probably
exceed iS,ooo. Tilden’s majority
will reach 14,000, and Vance will
run some 4,000 or 5,000 behind him.
L. NOTHAP & CO.,
No. 212 Main Street,
Opposite Davis’ Hardware Store,
Manufactures and seeps constantly on
hand at wholesale and retail
LINES, II AMES,
We are making the genuine California
and Texas natural
ELM FORK. SADDLE TREES
cf all discript’ons and warrant them.
SAL 00 NS.
.A. P EDDICK.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
T L. WERNER,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
TEACHER OF GERMAN.
Lessons given at the residences of pn
pils. For further information apply at
the residence of M. A. Daugherty, or a
the Daily News office.
Dl ER AND RENOVATOR.
Notwithstanding the enormous
vote of the state of New York, much
larger than was ever before polled,
the Tribune estimates that there
were still 110,000 voters who were
not heard from on election day.
The Republicans gained 69,000 in
numbers over the vote of 1868; the
Democrats gained 92.000.
The Deinocants’ turn has come
now. It is reported that one of the
Tilden electors in North Carolina,
William B. Glenn, is ineligible,
lie is one of the commis-
sioners appointed by the Southern
claims commission to take testimony.
This, if true, may give one Republi
can elector in North Carolina.
GOOD NEWS THOM I I.UKIDA.
A special to the Dallas Herald
from New Orleans, dated at 11:40
Tuesday, sajs: ‘‘The news from
Florida excites the wildest enthusi-
asm. Senator Julian, five minutes
ago, authorized me to inform you,
in answer to your inquiry, that from
trustworthy private advices the ques-
tion, in his opinion, is now settled
in favor of Tilden.”
A I! lit MI Willi THE INDIANS.
General Crook reports that Col.
McKenzie, with the fourth cavalry,
attacked the Cheyenne camp, con-
sisting of one hundred lodges, on the
west fork of Powder River, and cap-
tured the village and herds. The
loss on both sides is thought to he
considerable, but not yet definitely
ascertained. Lieutenant McHenry,
of the fourth cavalry, was killed.
Congressman Purman, Republi-
can, said in a speeeh last March of
Gov. Sterns, of Florida, that he was
“a man with very limited education,
w ith 110 reputable associations, with-
out sagacity or knowledge, with no
accomplishments ot person or mind,
qpilE DENISON DYE HOUSE,
bkiddy street, south of the Nelson House,
CHRIST NALTE, Prop'r.,
The Denison Dye House is now in full
opperation. Gentlemen’s clothing of
every description cleaned, dyed, renova-
ted and repaired; also, ladies’ dresses,
shawls, etc., made to look as new.
DEN TONGUE PARLGR ORGANS.
Frctury Established in 1856.
FROM THE PRESS :
From G. 1). White, Editor liackettsville,
N. J. Herald:
‘•The Organ has a rich, deep and soul-
stirring tone; couldn’t stay in the house
without it. It helps wonderfully to drive
away the thoughts of hard times.”
The Lebanon, Pa., Daily News says:
“We are in receipt of one of those five
octave Parlor Organs, manufactured by
Mr. Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N. f.
This organ is a fine, solid black walnut
case, and in tone it cannon be surpassed
bv any in-trument of its kind.”
From the Lowed, Nebraska, Register:
“We received this week, direct from the
manufacturer, Daniel F. Beatty, Wash-
ington, N. J., his justly celebrated organ,
elegant in appearance, and handsome-
ly furnished, unexcelled in richness and
power of tone. We are more than pleas-
ed with it, and heartily recommend it to
any one contemplating purchasing an
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charg-
es paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both
ways if unsatisfactory’, alter a test trial 01
five days. Organ warranted for six years.
Agents wanted everywnere, male or fe-
male, to canvass for this superior instru-
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jeisty, l . hi.
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
f rom Rufus Snyder, of the firm of
Snyder & Hendricks, carriage manufac-
turers, of Allentown, Pa. :
“I must confess 1 hardly know how to
expre: s my gratification on receiving the
Beatty Piano vou shipped me. It is at
least ail 1 could a-k, wish or expect, (due
of our most eminent musicians tried it and
spoke in the most favorable terms, after
thoroughly testing it.”
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of piano and treight charges
and with no fixed principles except I paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty), both wavs
those of avarice and stupidity.” This
is a nice sort of man to count the
Vote of a whoie state and decide who
is to he the President of the United
I if unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five
days. Pianos warranted for six years.
’ Address. DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington. New Jersey, U. hi. A.
DEALT IT ADO.
THE KOABIV.S INTENTION.
The special New Orleans corres-
pondent of the St. Louis Republican
telegraphs that each day’s session of
(he returning board makes more
manifest the intention of the Board
to count in Hayes and Packard, and
each day discovers some new fact
which proves the desperate aims of
the conspirators and their deteimin-|
ation to co“nt itr the general result
111 favor of the Radical state am’
\ 7 PIANO!
GRAND hi QUA RE AND UPRIGHT.
From Geo. E. Letcher, firm of Wm. II.
Letcher v Uro.. 15:. iker.-, Fayette, O :
We received the piano end think it a
very line toil 'd ■ tit here. Waited a short
time to giv it. a good text. If you wish a
v ord 111 favor :t >ve will cheerfully give it.
James R. Brown, E q., Ed wards viUe,
lilinois, say-- ■
“'I he Beatty piano remitcd gives entire
Agents wanted. S;nd for camlogue.
Address DAVIK., F. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
'A.EDDICK & BERLEINER,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS
This house is kept well supplied with
pure, Wines, Liquors, Domestic and Im-
K^Chuinpagne for sale by the glass.
GRAND SOUTHERN HOTEL AND
No, — Main street,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
Meals only 25 ceats, served at all hours.
Comfortable, well ventilated rooms. The
best wines, liquors and cigars at the bar.
inch. 9 tf.
jpALACE BEER IIALL.
LOUIS LIBBIE Proprietor
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft
South side Main street,
The Palace Beer Hall lias been recently
fitted up in a neat and attractive style
and furnished with FINE BluLJARD
THE WINE ROOM
which has recently bear fitted up is nice-
JOHN OURAND, Proi-’r.
Opposite the Express office, Main street
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always be found at the bar.
oct. 37 tf.
North Travis Street,
SHERMAN, - - TEXAS.
The only place where you can get
PURE GLEN LEA WHISKY,
in Northern Texas.
PURE II AN AN A CIGARS,
Alwas to be had at the ban
AUCIIOR & COMMISSION
Main st, between Austin & Rusk avenues
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All goods consigned to me will receive
my personal attention, and be disposed
off at best possible rates.
YyM. CAMPBELL & CO.,
COMMISSION MERC IIA N T S,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Will buy and sell real estate. City
property, resident and business houses,
for sale or rent. Also 20,000 acres of
Texas lands in different counties foi sale.
T riCNRY L. HAYNES
M. SIIEEDER & CO.,
(Successors to J. V. Jordan,)
Wholesale and retail dealers in
A large (Pock of
FLOUR, CORN AND BACON
Always on hand.
Brown Store building, Main st.,
DENISON ........ ........TEXAS
OCt. IO 21 tf.
NO. I 21
J JANNA Si WAPLES,
Wholesale and Retail
Corner Main st. and A in avenue,
DENISON. - - - TEXAS
104 Main st., Near Valley House.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
jD OBINSON & LYTLE,
have opened a
SALOON AND GROCERY
At Colbert's Ferry, on Red River.
OVERS* Si PLANTERS’
CAPITAL, - - -
JAS. PORTER, JOHN NKVINS, J. H. SLATER,
Pres. Vice Pres. Cash.
SAMUEL IIANNA, C. C. BJNKLY,
JAMES POUTER, J. R. STEVEN*,
John nevins, wm. hughes.
J. II. SLATER.
Dogs a genera', banking business.
Gold, Silver, and Exchange bought
Interests allowed on Time Deposits.
Drafts drawn on all the principal cities
of Europe. Oct. 6-tl.
1RST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
Docs a legitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
On principal cities ot the United States
John Scullin, I). W. C. Uavii,
Edward Perry, Joseph Perry,
A. D. Javnes, A. II. Coffin,
S. G. Eddy,
JONH SCULLIN, President.
Pd. Perry, Vice President and acting
jpOSlKR, LUDLOW & CO,,
No. 7 Wall street, New York and Aus
tin, Texas. P. O. Box 120.
j J W. HANEMANN,
COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST AL-
LOWED ON GOLD AND CUR-
RENCY DEPOSITS, SUBJECT
TO CHECK < >N SIGHT.
Orders for Gold. Silver, Bonds, Exchange
etc., prorr.ply executed.
Texas State Securities sent to us for
sale will have our personal attention, and
we will advance within 10 per cent, ol
bid price ns repotted weekly in “THE
PUBLIC” newspaper ol ibis city.
Our Austin house will pay taxes for
landowners in Txeas on very advantag-
Collections made through our Austin
house, and promptly remitted for on the
same dav. May 7 ly.
Advances made on consignments to
his friends in New York or Europe.
Reference— Knoop, Hauemann & Co.,
New York. 10-itf
ME A T MARKS TS.
T3ROWN’S MEAT MARKET,
JOHN BROWN, - - - Proprietor,
Next door to News Building,
Oldest market in the city. Always
supplied with the best and largest variety
J of meats. Fresh sausage kept on sale.
Having associated himself with Mr.
Campbell, in the real estate business, I Y'MIY MLAl MARKEI,
s> il! also devote liis attention to the pr.ac-
tiee of law in th- District and other R. II. BUNN, Proprietor,
Courts. He will pay special attention to !
the investigation of I Corner of Main street and Rusk avenue.
LAND TITLES. j The proprietors GUARANTEE to keep
Office at Wm. Campbell’s old auction i t|)e jjj.gqp nwats in the city.
O M. SWENSON, SON & CO..
No. So Wall Arcet, New York.
Advances made on CrnsignmenU ot
Cotton and other PruuM.1 ,
Special attention given to Purchases
Goods, Collections, Remittances and In-
vestments. sept.16 wiy.
TjVmVIN D. Clift DICK,
COMMISSION MERCK ANT.
stand, opposite the postofficc
CIGARS AND TO BA CCO.
Havana, Key West and Domestic Cigars,
Tobago and Smokers’ Supplies,
Next door to Frank’s Restaurant.
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
oct. 19 tf.
■ft Main Street,
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Always on Sale, at Prices to Suit the
CALL AND SEE.
P. J. QUINN Prop.
Liberal advances and quick returns
j shipments to correspondents in all tlk«-
VTRS. VIOLET FIELD,
TEACHER OF MUSIC,
jam 22, tf.
; Will give instructions at residence*, 00
Can be four) 1 at Mrs (Y'.rgc’s, comer
of Gandy street and Austin avenue
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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/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.