Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 146, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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UtetsoM, Texas. Thursday Morning.October 7, 1875.
Fiie Daily News.
ii. C. MUR ItAY, I’roprletor.
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> t ERCU ANTS’ X PLANTERS’
DENISON, - - - TEXAS
Transact a general banking business;
but mid sell gold, silver, and exchange
on all the principal cities
Collections promptly attended to.
| AM iS JOHNSTON', M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
DENISON .... TEXAS
Office, Main street, opposite postoffice.
Aug. 12. it'-
JOHN OURAND, I’rop’r.
Opposite the Express office, Main street
Choio Wines, Liquors and Cigars can
always be found <t the bar.
oct. 27 tf.
JAS. J. CAMPBELL, I’rop’r.
MAIN STREET, TEN ISON, TEXAS.
None but the finest Wines and Liquors
kept on sale.
Even- attention paid to customers,
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
lj>AIN in the right side, under the
J edge of the ribs, increase on pres-
sure; sometimes the pain is in the
left side; the patient is rarely able
to lie on the left side; sometimes
the pain is felt under the shoulder-
blade, and it frequently extends to
the top of the shoulder, and is some-
times mistaken for a rheumatism in
the arm. The stomach is affected
with loss of appetite and sickness;
the bowels in general are costive,
sometimes alternative with lax ; the
head is troubled with pain, accom-
panied with a dull, heavy sensation
in the back part. There is generally
a considerable loss of memory, ac-
companied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something
which ought to have been done. A
slight, dry cough is sometimes an at-
tendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa-
tion of the skin ; his spirits arc low ;
and although he is satisfied that exer-
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try if. Jn fact, he dis-
trusts every remedy. Several of the
above symptoms attend the disease,
but cases have occurred where few
of them existed, yet examination of
the body, after death, has shown the
Livtii to have been extensively de-
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dp. C. M’Lane’s Liver Fills, s:j
cases of Ague and Fevf.r, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are aliliitc-.i with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
P. S. Dofllori nn I PliTcicfftTw cnWincj from
ftt i*i»i th-tn " Umiiin Itrv*. "ill do wvii t‘> who
t son i t H'.'ia divtiicrtly, /«/■<* lut pr.
('. M’L 's Li*<r iV., prejwd b.j
J<rr$ , PUtibnrjh, Pa., the mar kit l» :■ i /VU < f
b.i . 'ial.il/nMi. T) Ihoto XVi*!■: to £1' <■ Ihrlil a
11 ■ ihJ, \vf* will forwii 'l pop m.b.l. j • f-j • • x\. t»* my
part of tin* m ii»i ; <» box oT l‘. Is Dr
t V-.lvr liti'ck*- eu.it po* »;»■;* fit.*hip* of cm** vial if
Vwi I .If f v; rDt»ll tVl 1 • * . e-llt Kt -M’ Ul
r-i<is tvoiM (Vu^ uau*t bo a<. e<M.,r:iu: u 1/
\.,'y turns ft\: r.\.
OR. C. M’LANE’S
v!" f 1 Ho *- i ,u rv'tf ic.ruc ‘ row u-nM hit#
. up II a AI T'A i' , 1-1 )NA, IL.U VtVCk hill
; min.-, i 1 r* a if h T* •<* of
"’LA M IT’S VERMIFUGE,
•;■-•. ? • L THE n-OBUfJ.
224 Main Street,
DENISON - - , - TEXAS.
Keeps con '..intly on hand a large assort-
TEXAS and CALIFORNIA SADDLES,
I5u . v and Wagon Harness, etc.
I am n v manufacturing my own trees,
and Warrant them
Corner of Main and Rusk streets,
NATI\E 1’ORKS. | Charges moderate. A liberal patron-
Pricc , as low as any other houre. j age solicited and satisfaction guaran
March 15 tf. !• W. Shkedek. augj6*dwim
c ’ S. LEGATE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Mr. I, e is prepared to contract for
electing uu <d, stone or L. ck building*.
will receive .-rompt attention.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Shop south of his residence, second
house .ve t from the corner of Rusk and
Gandv strcc ■■>. febitt.wy'
B. BERRY, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
Office: Live Drug Store,
Ju. 22, tf.
0. A. SPRAGUE,
Wholesale and Retail dealer
' G. RAN DELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Office ovi r the postoffice, on Main st.
Will practice in all the courts in the 12th
June i t-f.
i)UV GOODS, NOTIONS, MIL-
. LINER Y.
GENTS FURNISING GOODS, &c..
No. 220 Main Street,
Oh ! no—oh ! no—for shame! pray not so
Why, vou begin, I see, to grow un-
What though I suffered vou my hand to
I did not give you leave to kiss me stire-
Why, sir, I really am quite shocked, I
To see of late how veyy rude you grow.
What would my mother say? I dread to
think ! ' *-~.........
Oh ! dear, if she had caught 11s! how 1
Pm afraid to-night 1 shell not sleep a
Ah, think how you’ll oblige metod’s-
How I shall bb.sh ifl but meet your
Indeed ’twas very wrong, you can’t deny.
Pray don’t approach your lips so close to
As you do now. You know there's no
Why should you whisper, then—I can’t
And sec, your ey es are now with mischief
Oil! if you dare attempt another—
Why, really sir, 1 shall tell my mother.
But, if you must do such a naughty thing,
And .vlnit so ott you’ve said is true.......
you love me,
Perhaps dear youth, a simple golden
To grant such favors, might have pow-
er to move me;
Were I y ur wile, ot cour.-e 't.vould not be
And then you’d if vou please, kiss all day
An Important l.rtlrr from I’rof. Tice Con-
cerning Autumnal Freezes.
Tiie following letter was written
by I’rof Tice in answer to recent in-
quiries made byjames M. Putnam,
| a New Orleans sugar-broker, at cl b
i jMiblished in the Times of that city
St. Louis, Sept. 28, 1875.
Mr. James Putnam :
Sir—Yours of the 25th just re
ccivetl. In reply I would state that
I have made no predictions about
frost whatever, excepting that of ex
pressing the opinion that the distur-
bance caused bv the joint equinoxes
of Vulcan and Mercury, Novembei
25 and 27, would be most probably
followed in a few days by unseason-
ably cold weather. I can see no
reason for believing that a killing
fix.st will occur in your state during
either the first or second week 0
October. None probably will occui
in your state earlier than the twenty
third of October, and most likely not
before the 25th. The next
gieatest danger will be about No-
I expect frosts here next week and
over the Northwest generally, but
have no idea that they will reach tin
Gull states severe enough to do any
damage to cane.
1 will here state that I have not
yet studied the phenomena of frosts,
that only attend arctic high barome-
ters, sutlieient to forecast their occur
rence with anv degree of certainty,
but the conclusions I have arrived at
are fully s ated in the last chapter o:
my elements of meteorology.
1 shall give particular attention to
them during tie present autumn and
approaching winter. In fixing tile-
exact dates when disturbances will
occur, I had to watch and study low
j barometers and their invariable
! attending phenomena, rain, bail,
I snow and wind storms, and the phe-
nomena of high barometers were of
secondary importai cc, until those of
• the low were determined and fixed.
I The terrible hurricane in Texas
on the 10th and 17th inst. and that
ol England yesterday , testitv the sur-
prising accuracy with which stormy
periods can be determined. To-day
is the period ot ! 1 1-2 days spoken ot
in my book on pages 13S, 162, 163
and 1 7p, but not put in the table bc-
cau-e 1 was not certain about it then,
but am now. I insert them with
pen for balance of the year m the
volume sent you. lam pre-paiinga
course of lectures on meteorology, to
be delivered during the winter.
Respectfully, John 11. Tick.
The Boston Globe has a contribu-
tor who says lie is a monarchist be-
cause the kingdom ot heaven is a
monarchy. There is not a man out-
side of Boston who really knows
precisely what heaven is, and the
probability is that even this Boston
writer inertly supposes that Grant i-
a heavenly person wno ought to be
permitted to get up a sort of inunda-
tion of the celestial government. He
doubtless imagines that the kingdom
of heaven is a place where military
men can do just as they like, and
where good stealing is eternal.—
Co it r ie r- Journal.
Infants’ hair brushes, hat brushes, la-
dies' line wliisp brushes, assorted dust
brushes, cloth and hair brushes? paint and
varnish brushes, scrub and stove brushes,
shoe and horse brushes, counter and
comb brushes, hath and barber brushes,
nail and tooth brushes. All styles ot
brushes at the Live Drug Store.
Denison Blue Stone
Is now offered lor sale in quantities to
suit purchasers. Every kind of diinen-
tion stone, window cap and sill, wat r
ables, steps, platforms, etc.
• SAND STONE,
Dimention and Rubble. Will deliver on
railroad. Send order- to
J. 1>. QUINN,
Sept. 24, tf. Denison, Texas
The regular large supply of fresh
drugs, m -dicines. perfumery, fancy and
toilet goods are being received at the
Live Drug Store, for 1 lie fall trade. All
first class as heretofore.
The stock is complete.
To 111 Unities to Whom it May Concern
Dknjson, Texas, Sept. 27, 1S73.
Notice is hereby given not to purchase
a certain promisory note made by me.
nvahle to the orderof Charlotte Ilugiu
bearing date February twenty-four, iSjv
due and payable nine months after dan
for the sum of one thousand dollars, as J
have a legal and equitable offset against
said note. Geo. B.j Lovixu.
sept. 2S, im.
We are now receiving fresh oysters dai-
ly bv express. Tne only resort in the el tv
for gentlemen accompanied by ladies.
Hot coffee, chocolate and tea, (with
cieain) served in < rder Confectionery,
fruits, pies, cake-, etc . always on sale.
Sept. 30-iw. Eci-kr k Co.
I loaf'ders Wanted.
A few boarders can be accommodated
bv applying to Mff. Cook, Main street
next door west of Pollard’s tin shop.
The London Dyer.
Citizens of Denison and surrounding
countr ', we are prepared to dye, clean
and repair all kinds of gentlemen’s taided
clothing, in London style. Ladies’ gar
ments renovated and dyed. Particulai
attention paid to siik dresses and crape
shawls. Page Si Nalte,
Nov. at, tf. Dyers.
J. T. Utterback & Co.,
Jobbers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
501, 503, 505 N. Main St.
ST. LOUIS -
$5 to $20 PER DAY. Agents wanted
All classes of working people of both
sexes, young and- old make more money
at work for us, in their own localities,
during their spare moments, or all the
time, than at any tiling else. We offer
employment that will pay handsome’ v
r every hour’s work. Full particulai .',
mis, etc., sent free. Send us your ad-
dress at once Don’t delay. Now is the
time. Don’t look for work or bn-in • -
elsewhere, until you have learned what
we offer. G. Stinson X Co., Portland,
Jan. 12, d&vv 1 yr.
At KeePs; 50 cents per can. Main
street, next door to McDougal’s.
RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS.
A girl to do housework in a small fanu,
ly. Inquire at this olli .e.
At. Real Kittle Affcm'.y of Win. Iliighig
The following property can be had, at
prices which will insure a handsome
. A first class business property on Main
A neat residence.
A first cla -.' brick dwelling.
The best corner lot on Gandy street.
A small farm near town.
A few more cheap lots.
ALSO FOR SALE.
Cltv scrip, school vouchers.
A few hundred dollars, on collateral or
Securities of all kinds purchased.
L« nrn Short Jluuil.
Mrs. M. 11. Ingerton, of this city, an
experienced stenographic teacher, is fo-tn-
ing a chi'S in phonography-. Terms, tor
a full course, $ to. Instruction will be
given bv mail, if desired. Refers, by |
permission, to James F.. Munson, New
York, law reporter and author of the
latest and best works on short hand.
Resilience on Main street, opposite tin
school building. oct. 3, ti
MOO DIE & HANNA
Whole-ale and Retail
Corner Main st. and A in avenue,
DENISON. - - • TEXAS
•‘I cat Ovstt rs at Reefs.’’ “I donT”
BIGG PHATT BIGG PHATT OYSTERS
Go to Ki ef’s and get your oysters at
50 cents per can, the only house that re-
ceives them daily. Enquire of the ex-
press agent and he will tell vou the same.
The onlv first class restaurant in the city.
The onlv house in town open all night.
The only nouse in town that will se!.
ovsters the season through.
Drive \ our wagon, you 25 cent oyster
man, vou will have to pull vour horses
Fresh celery always at Keef’s.
Sept. 23, tf.
THE MOST PERFECT MADE,
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V d StS * * • 4 • a^e n «s
cfoN YthIrdIs" say
•A*. - nr. 7 ~L L-——-t-------------- - _ . -
in -pi-tr ti*v- by their perfoet pui bv '
g'■'■*! strength; tlio onlv kinds imi'le
}-r ict! -. 1 Chemist ami T'hysieian. -v' '.
1 •ntilii'carp to insure uniformity.la ah'
fulness, delicaey and I'rmlom from ill in
jnrious suhstan 'os. I liev are far '•;• -j i. ,
to die common adulterated kinds. (■ ■ :
tlie genuine. Observe our Trade Mars
asalvive, “Cream” Baking Powder, “Ha: 1
and ( ornueopia.” Buy the linking l’nw
der only iv. cans securely labelled. Man,.
have been d, reived in loose or bulk. l’< w.
■ie- old as Dr. Price’s.
Manufactured onlv hv
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 146, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1875, newspaper, October 7, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722727/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.