Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 146, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1875 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News
THURSDAY.............OCT. 4- 1875.
There can be no doubt that the
dally press of Ilenison has done
more to bring it into the notice of
the world than all other powers
for inwitur him] Collector
We »!te authorized to announce Y. S.
McKinney, of Van Alstyne, as a candi-
date for the office of Assessor and Collec-
tor ot Grayson county, at the-coming
We are authorized *0 announce tne
ti.,_ i.aruc c VSm. P. Stone, ol Collins-
ville, as a candidate for Assessor and Col-
lector of Grayson County at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce H.
Tone, of Denison, as a candidate for the
office of Assessor and Collector of Gray-
son county, at the coining election. *
We are authorized to announce J. P.
Austin as a candidate for Assessor and
Collector of Grayson county, at the coni-
We "re authorized to announce Rob-
ert J. Wilson, of Whitesboro Precinct, as
a candidate for Assessor and Collector
at the coming election.
We arc authorized to announce Mr. G.
M. hitter as a candidate for Assessor and
Collector for Grayson cofcnty, at the
We are authorized to announce Ed.
Sacra as a candidate for Assessor and
Collector of Grayson county, at the next
We are authorized to announce Simon
15. Si veils as a candidate for assessor and
collector of Grayson county at the ensu-
Dr. W. F. Blunt hat^beenappoint-
ed Health Officer of the port of Gal-
veston, in place of Dr. Pete, de-
The brig C. C. Robinson, which
came into Galveston Tuesday, wai
anchored outside when the recent
storm'struck the coast, and went to
sea. Her captain reports having
been out through all the gale. Her
foretopmast and all attached went by
the board, earrj mg with it the main-
topmast. The wreck was cut away,
as it was threatening to stave in the
bulwarks, and carried the jibboon
with it. The mainsail was also car-
ried awav, and two seamen were
washed over the wheel. Salt wrater
had penetrated the tanks and the sea-
men were nearly prostrated drinking
brackish water before reaching Gal-
A young school girl was found
half a mile from home near Cancord,
N. H., last Tuesday, with her throat
cut. She had been outraged and
Repairs on the Bay bridge are
nearly completed. Trains commen-
ced running regularly between Gal-
vestyn, Harrisburg and Houston,
Wednesday, the 6th inst.
The Black llills Commissioners
are on their way back to Washing-
ton, having failed to accomplish any
tiling in the way of a treaty with the
Humphrey Colbert, of Stonewall,
lias petitioned the Chickasaw Legis-
lature to pass a law prohibiting pro-
ANOTHER “LITTLE OHUK( H AROONI)
Dr. Porteous, late an Episcopal
Clergyman of New York, was re-
cently drowned by the upsetting ol a
boat while pleasure riding. When
the last sad rites were to he perform-
ed over his remains, the coffin was
taken to All Soul’s Church, where
his frier els assembled to assist in the
services, and to mingle their tears
with those of the deceased wife and
children. A committe of Deacons
awaited upon the Rev. Noah
Schenck, pastor of a Protestant
Episcopal church, and requested him
to officiate at the services. But the
Rev., gentleman refused, because the
deceased had not been loyal to the
orthodox views of the Episcopal
church. Application was then
made to Rev. Dr. Nye, of the church
of our Father, (Universaiisf), who
kindly consented to conduct the ser-
vices. lie was assisted by Rev. Mr.
Miller, Baptist, and Rev. Mr. Evans,
Methodist, who volunteered for the
occasion. Dr. Nye said lie came tor-
ward because at the call it was the
duty of a Christian minister to re-
•qiond to every cal! where iiis fellow
creatures are sick and dying, and
comfort ar.d consolation may be re-
THE HANK Ol t AI.1I OKN1A RESUMES.
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY, .
The unrivaled Southern Remedy is
warranted not to contain a single particle
ot'Mcreury, or any injurious mineral sub-
stance, but is
containing those Southern Roots and
Herbs, which an alwise Providence has
placed in countries where Liver diseases
most prevail. It will (tire all Diseases
caused by Derangement ol the Liver and
Sim's Lifer Reailalf or leM
Is eminently a Fangjly Meditine; and by
being kept for immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a
dollai in time and doctor’s hills.
Alter over forty years’ trial it is still re
ce.ving the most unqualified testimonials
to its virtues from persons of the highest
character and responsibility. Eminent
Physicians commend it as the most
for Consumption, Headache, Pain in the
Shoulders, Dizziness, Sour Stomach,
had taste in the mouth, bilious attacks,
Palpitation of the Heart, Pain in the re-
gion of the Kidneys, despondency, gloom
and forebodings of evil, all of which arc
the offspring of a diseased Liver.
For Dysipsia or Indigestion,
Armed with tins antidote, ali climates
and changes of water and food may be
faced without fear. As .1 Remedy ill Ma-
larious Fevers, Bowel Complaints, Rest-
lessness. jaundice. Nausea,
'IT HAS NO EQUAL.
Tt is the Cheapest, Purest and Best Fami-
ly Medicine in the world!
Manufactured onlv by
J. H. ZEILIN& CO.,
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price, Si.00 Sold by all Druggists.
Brora* 11 Planters’ M
' The San Francisco Bulletin ot
Saturday evening published the
terms uf the syndicate agreement as
Pursuant to agreement of equal
date herewith, between certain stock-
holders of the Bank of California o(
the iiist pait, and D. 0. Mills. Will.
Sharon, Thomas Bell and their as-
sociates of the second part, we, the
undersigned, do her by respectively
sc. -erf r the amounts opposite our
names, to be applied under tiie di-
rectiou ol the trustees of said bark to
the liquidation of the indebtedness
aid liabilities ot said bank in con-
tinuance of its business, such sum to
1 e paid in such installments and at
such times as they may be called on j
by the said tins ces.
Sail Francisco, Sept. 1, 1S75.
Then follows the list c f signers— 1
all prominent business men and
capitalists—subscribing from $5000
to $100,000 each. Total $7,930,000.;
II! BIOT t GO.
K. S. GILBERT 4 CO.,
. Dealers in
Choice Family Groceries
DfJ FONT’S POWDER
OSAGE COAL COMPANY.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRO-
March 15, tf.
McKNICHT & CO.
Wholesale & Retail Druggists.
116 Main Street, West of To<l OHic<—Denison Texas,
TIME EXTENDED TO N VEMBER 30,
FURTHER POSTPONEMENT 1
A FORTUNE FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SECOND GRAND DISTRIBUTION I1Y THE
Texas Gift Concert Association.
O' L. REBEK,
book and News dealer,
And a genera! assortment of
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS,
Ai the Postoffice,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS
TmesdcLy", iNTovember 3CtTi, 1S75.
iDRAWING POSITIVE, OR MONEY REFUNDED.
During the Concert $250-000 00 will be Distributed among the Ticket
Gifts Awarded to Whole or $5 Tickets.
i Grand Cash Gift....................8150,000
Gifts Awarded to $1 or Coupon Tickets.
NO. HOLFORD Si BkO,
W. A. HOLFORD.
............. io,oAo 00
.......................7>S°° ™ i
................. 0,500 OO
.......................5*5°° 00 1
Coupons, $10,000 00
“ 5,000 00
2.500 00 “ .
i,tto 00 “ .
1, goo 00 41 .
I,800 OO “ •
1,700 00 “ • <
1,000 00 each,
1.500 (X) “
1,400 00 “
1,300 00 “
i,2oo 00 “
1,100 OO “
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
4 no 00
10 Cash Gifts, $50(1 00 each.....
20 “ “ 27s 00each.....
.. 4 •».... 5,000 00
......... 7,500 00 1
" 200 CX) each.....
*• ico 00 each.....
“ lex; oocach.....
41 50 00 caci».....
........ 7,500 00
1 2 CO
Number 324 Main Street,
One hundred thousand acres Texas
Eight farms in Grayson county.
Two in Montague county.
Two in Fannin countv.
Three Dwellings in Denison, in Walker
Lots on Main street.
CLIFTON & ItlDDELL.
Sjsep.t 2.5-tf. Gunn Building.
J^gTIIE BEST in the World.
Gives Universal Satisfac-
40 lbs. more Bread to bbi.
EVERYBODY Praises It.
, Whiter, Lighter, Sweeter,
CAPITAL, - $200,000
JOHN* I.'T.FER. JOHN NFVINS, J. I!. SLATER
Pres. Vice Pre». Cash.
JOHN P. LEEPER, C. C. BIXKLY,
JAMES PORTER, J. R. STEVENS,
John nevins, e. ii. lingo,
J. H. SLATER.
SAVES MILK, FOGS, Etc. Sell, every-
where like hot cakes. $tjJ“Send for cir;
cuiar to GEO. F. GANTZ, N CO.,
176 Duane t,
nov ‘24, w i-y d 2-t ».
Atfont* Wanted tSvll
The Political, Personal, and Property
- #50,000 on
. ..It),(XX) (x>
. .. .o.,V->0 CO
.. . X>) '* ‘
,.. .8,500 OH
. .. S,(XX> OO
... 7.500 <x>
. . . 7. 'OO OO
. ,, (',500 00
... 6,000 od
... t.;oo u:<
... 5. XX) m
... 4,500 <x;
... 4,oort inj
... 3,500 00
... 3,000 0 »
... 2 ,000 (X)
... I ,500 00
... I ,(NX> OL)
... 5,000 or
... 7,500 oc
... 5,000 OO
... (.>,000 (- >
... 7,coo o
... 5,000 00
: 628 Grand Cash Gifts Amounting to $250,000 00 ■ 3140 Coupon Gita Amovntiug to - - ^250,000 Of)
Tickets 6f admission to the Concert, One Dollar, whicn will entitle the holder
to one-fifth ot such gilts as may be awarded to its number.
One Hundred Thousand Tickets numbered from 1 to 100,000,
Tickets are in five coupons, and persons wishing to invest only one dolla-* can
do so, which will entitle them to admission to the Concert, and to one-fifth of such
gift as may be awarded to that number. Thus, parties holding one coupon of that
ticket which draws the capital gift of $50,000,00, will receive $10,000; two cou-
pons, $20,(xxi: three Coupons, $30,000; four coupons, $40,000; five coupons, or a
whole ticket, the full gift of$5(>,o<x>. and so on to the smallest gift.
MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION.
The distribution will be made by blindfolded children, from two glass wheels,
the contents of whicn can be seen by all present. One wheel will contain 628 gifta
on printed slips, in circular tubes, and the other tags with numbers on them corres-
ponding to those on the 100,000 tickets. The contents of both wheels art thorough-
ly mixed by revolving. The child at the first wheel will take a number therefrom,
then the child at the second wheel will take a gift therefrom, and the gift thu- drawn
will belong to the number drawn immediately before it. Thus this process will con-
tinue until gifts and numbers are drawn. An official registry of the gifts, as drawn,
will be kept by two of the most accurate clerks that can be secured.
Tickets are good to the Folders and Buyers need not therefore b
known unless they so choose.
HOW TO REMIT TO US.
Money should be s»-ut to us by Draft, Postoffice Money Order or Registered Let-
ter, or amounts over $5 may be sent bv express, and all orders will be promptly
filled. Tn writing be sure and sign your Name, Town, County and .State in lull,
Good and Responsible Persons wanted to work foi the Inteiest of tic. Associa-
Liberal Commissions Allowed.
Address all communications to
ALPHEUS R. COLLINS, Secretary,
Does 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-tf.
I Of the United State*—How to exercise
and //or: tu preserve them, lly Thcof kil-
ns Parsons, LL. 1),
Containing a commentary on the Fed-
eral and State Constitutions, giving their
history and origin, and a full explanation
of their principles, purposes and provis-
ions; the powers and duties of Public Of-
ficers ; the rights of the people, and the
obligations inclined m every relation ol
life; also, parliamentary rules fcrdeliber-
j ative bodies, and full directions and legal
forms for all business transactions, as
making Wills, Deeds, Mortgages, Leases.
Notes, Drafts, Contracts, etc. A Law-
Library in a single volume. It meets the
’wants of all classes and sells to every-
body. Jones Brothers K Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
! Sept. 23,’7 3.
D. WHITE, M. D.
Graduate of Jefferson College, Pa.,
x85S. Licentiate of Upper Canada, 186.4.
Haring located permanently in Denison,
tenders his services to the citizens and
vicinity, and proposes to treat their ills,
Surgical, Obstetrical, Medicinal, and
even those of women and children special-
ly, that is, if they require such treatment,
reasonably, rationally ^nnd scientifically,
to the best o, his ability, and refers with
out oermission to those who have been so
unfortunate as to need his services.
Office Main street, first door west of
Stroube’s. Sleeps in office. si8-tf.
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For particulars address,
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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/m1/2/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.