Honey-Grove Enterprise (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1870 Page: 3 of 4
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IIAM & TAYLOR,
Brick Warehouse on th« Levee,
|nts for the sale of the celebrated
iker Wagon, aud Krat's Portable
and Saw MiH*.
U Business Men of Northern Texas:
jkful for the liberal patronage extend-
|s, we, with pleasure, announce to the
rim we have leased and removed to
UU'ge and Commodious Brick Store
fronting one hundred a¡ d fifty feet
ILevee. For Safety and Convenience
|mse cannot be excelled in the State;
ited conditio.- rendering it Rafe from
jmless originating in the b ilding itself,
rge stock of Groceries, Provisions,.
Suppli s, Wagons, Plows, and Farni-
Iplements always on hand. Engines,
ml all kinds of Machinery ordered
Ihave room to store any quantity of
and Country Produce; also a large
et apa'rt for storing, up f eights,
facilities for Receiving and Discharg-
r iirhts tmd unloading ami weighing
I, will suggest themselves to ai.j oue
|an undergo the fatigue necessa y to
through our spacious rooms. Our
[ants and Employees are the same that
e.eu with us for he last three years,
share of patronage is respectfully so-
ld. Kespectfully yours,
GR.4HJM Sl TAYLOR.
LEVY & CO.,
BRAN'CH op THB
■York Clothing Emporium
the Business Men of Northern Texas :
is being the opening of the business
n, we desire to call your attention to
rery large, fresh and complete stock of
TLEMEN AND BOYS' CLO. 1ÍÍNO,
Furnishing Goods, now on hand and
aut!y being received, of the very latest
iving a manufactory of enr own in Xew
, we think that we are justified in a?-
g our customers and the public,; that
an and will sell to country merchants
obbe s, as low as they can buy in New
hus, with f¡ eight and rmrges added
iving located here permanently, and
a long a d thorough experience in the
ie«s we can please all who patronize us,
'trongly desire to make the icquaiut-
of 11 who visit our city.
e guarantee to -ell below N«a 0¡ leans
ping you wiH at leasr favor us w:th a
jefore purchasing, we are
H. LEVY & CO.,
.) 19 Polk St., Jvfferso ., Tt-xas.
| t- lilTH, J. M. WI1.LIAMK
SMITH & WILLIAMS,
•chitects & Builders,
llouey Grove, Texan.
Jkmíraetü solicited. Business per-
p d with dispute!). 18-tr.
FARM FOR ^ATjE.
rhteeu miles southeast of Paris,
[mar county- 360 acre , one-third
fiber, balance prairie, 100 «cíes in
Itivaíini , uO acres in pastare
rel'iny good, fine orchard, good
Hi of water. Price $2500 cash.
Wjn. H. Provine.
A ^ l!< * ti« hi a
4' -A. Dialogue of Devil ,**
Will be isain*d from tiiiu at
an early day. Price 30 cent* p*r
By.the death of Mr. G. W. Huntingdon, the
firm of Payne, Huntington «fe Co. is dissolv-
ed, taking effect from aud after 31st ultimo.—
all their business will be attended to and liq-
uidated by their successors.
Payne, Dameron & Co.
The undersigned, surviving members of the
late firm of Payne, Huntington & Co., will
continue the Cotton Factorage and Commis-
sion business at the old ofli je 64 & Go Ba-
ronne Street, under the name and style of
Payne, Dameron & Co., and solicit a contin-
uance of the patronage extended to that firm
—with the assurance of «ti ict attention to
all business intrusted to their care.
J IJ. Payne,
Wm. H. Dameron,
Hen*y M. Payne.
New Orleans, Sept. lstr 1870.
J. P. RUSSELL,
T. P MARTIN,
8. D RA INKY, JR
B. C BAGBY
Russell, Rainey & Co.
(Successors to J. )V. <$• J. R. Russell ,f- Co )
RECEIVING, KG K W A Rui N G,
AND DEA1.KKS IN
Groceries and Agricultural
Sole Agents for Leudinghaus.i Wagons
Colmau's Corn ¿íills and Dodge* Plows
Always ou hand a large lot of Bagging and
Tie , Pratt 4" Gullet Gins, <jfr., <fc.
ON TIIE LEVEE,
ltí-ly.) JEFFERSON, TEXAS.
h. S. B.UITLETT,
EDELEN, HUFFAKER A SHY,
HATS, CAPS, STRAW-GOODS
269tfain Street, Ket Seventh & Eight
W. R.HARRIS,formerly of ClarksvilleTex
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
White and fancy fioods,
Gents' Furnishing-Goods, &c
18<> MAIN 8ÍRKET,
South Side, betweeen Fifth and Sixth.
ma to a
HENhEY & WILLIAMS
Are prepared to do all work in their line
In the Very Best Style.
Orders from merchants filieu at shor
notice. Guttering, roofing and other job
work done with neatness and dispatch. They
are also agents for the celebrated
Ar>d will also furniwh all kind* of kenting-
■toves f r parlors aud offices.
la th« Rutherford building.
Ou the MUfth aide oí the pstXie square,
Honey Grovq, Tet.
Just received a large and well selected stock •<
FALL and WINTER CLOTHING!
Consisting ia part t>f
Staple and Fancy Drv Goods; Ladies' and G(ntleTD6S3 áry-
Hoop Skirts, Paris Trail and Broadway Belle. Tints Gentlemen's, Ladies
and Misses, latest styles. Also a large stock of
(J loves. Hosiery, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Stationery, Standard School Books
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
tinas and AuiatMitum of all kinds constantly ou hand.
1ST We will duplicate any bill of goods bought at Jefferson, or elsewhere. Lihe *al
cash advances made on cotton consigned for shipment, llighoxt market price paid fsr
Hides, Wool and Beeswax.
1 REFIRMAN & BRECKEKK.
J. &. PBlCr T. C PROVIvs.
PRICE & PROVINE.
5* 80ÜTS SIDR OF MAIN STRRKT KA3T OP THB SQUARE,
Having associated themselves together in the FAMILY ORO^KiiY hnsin-^ss
would respectfully call the attention of the citizeis of Honey.Qrovo and vicinity
to their new aud extensiva Stock, consisting in part of
ennne 1 fruits,
And in fact every thing in the family grocery [irte--which wo offer as cheap as th#
markets of North Texas can afford—for oash. Cali and see. ly nl3
K. . BATEMAIf.
W. Q. BATEMAK.
BATEMAN & BRO.,
Forward ins: & Commission Merchants
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Burnett, Tom R. Honey-Grove Enterprise (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1870, newspaper, December 3, 1870; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178832/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.