Honey-Grove Enterprise (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1870 Page: 4 of 4
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GROCERIES & FAMILY SUPPLIED
•outb-ea8t corner of thi pubuc square, sonet-orote, ,mií,
bobt. a. frio*.
«. W. W1
Rice & WeH&
Keep always on hand a (ill stock In tie above line, consisting a
Whiskies,. Sugar,. Candies.
> Brandies, Coffee,. Crackers,.
Wines, Rice, Almond ,,
Gins, Molasses- Nuts,.
Cordials, Soda, Walnuts,.
Pickles, Pepper, Filberts,
^Lemonades,. Tea* , M atcb
Oysters, Pipes, Powder,
Sardines, Snaps, Shotguns,.
Chow chow, Mackerel, Caps,
Etcetera, Et etera, BU.
Hostetter, Drake, Fish, Argyle, Ha t, Gary Owen, and Old Homt Bakr*-
STAPLE: AND FANCY DRY. GOODS,
Bik'Ih,- lints. Caps, and Ht'odjm a(i ecl( jthinp of'the latest-style .
NOTIONS AND EANCY. ARTICLES,
fee? HOOJL B OOÜS AN.D. 8TATI ON ICR. Y
STAPLE. AND FANCY GROCERIES
«,i( ' **"" ^ ' ! t f ■ * ¡ f . , J f r ■. 'ft
©laN.switre, Qyf-ensware, Tinware* Hardware, Pocket^wid TkbTe Cutlery;
Axes, Hatches, Hampers,. A tigers, Chisels, Handsaws Cros-
cutsaws, Ginsaw-files, Spades and Shovels, Grain Shovels,
f Shovels and Tongs, Steelyards, well-wheels, Bras
Kettles i; Hay Forks, Garden Bakes, Trace
Chains^ Stretcher «bains, Hames and Collars..
Horse and Mule Shoes, Horseshoe Nails, Castings, Salt, Nails,
Bagging ana Tier.
Tie celebrated St.LSsis industrial new*.
eed wsny athérertícíea too numerous to mention; and, in faot, everything usually-found in
• Hi*I class establishment ' These goods have been selected with care and will he aold at
the lowest price for cash. .
Returningihanks to- my old customer* and the pablro generaliy.for their trery liberal
■•trming* for thn past foar years, 1 solicit, and hope to merit,* a continuance of the same.
Honey ehwwo, Jtine IB, 1B70
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WHOLESALE: AMD RETAIL DRUGGIST,! The largest and most complete assortment ever brought to this market,
¡.and purchased at such low prices that we will be enableé te sell tUei
ítWvíhSidoof Public- Square Honey. Grore, Texas:
ISfaNLSRINGLI COW I
(¿constantly recemog, sad will keep constantly on hand the largest aad-bast stock o j Our assortment includes all the sample .grócles required'in this ooantry,
such as Brown am Bleached Domestics, * £6wklls, Drillings and Ci
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Dyes tuffs, Fancy articles, o* All Kimm.
Patent Medicines, Lamps and Oil, etc.,etc.,
x «WU* x *>, ^ ' I FOB THE LADIES,
All'kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Groceries*.
Cash or Groceries advanced on cotton shipped by theou
Call and examine before making your purchases. 16 h
RYAN & BAKERS
er offered in thw market.
My entire *t« ek baa been carefully «elected as to purity and genuineness of brands Phy-
sicians end Farr'er* will find it to their interest to purchase of me, as I "sell nothing that is
not warranted genuine- I Km ateo Special Agent for Dr. Harter's favorite Patent Medi-1
eiacs and Pi'. X Walker's Celebrated California Vinegar Bitters. All ord® rs nromptly, I
aeatly ar>¿ v«i> <>t\iHy | kt tie. Call and examine my stock; a trial is all I ask' X3F Pkysi- j
aians'prcserii tions carmulj* compounded. al |
W. UNDERWOOD dt CO.,
O $ ' ;jf * " W'jk é . . f, 1 - ' *
( at B. 8. Waloott's old stand.) Dealers ia
jjjry Goods, Colthiog, Boots, Shoes, [Hats, Groceries, Hard-,
ware, Queertsware, Saddlery, et*.
o >iiet*ntlyi> n hand-a complete supply ia tho abare Km,
(#^Liborai adv Hasan made oa Cot%oa shipped by thess *
A large sad elegant supply of everything used or wern by tfeem, seek as-
Dress Goons, Trimmings, Hats, Bonnets,
Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Gloves,,
Cuffs, Cellars, Handkerchiefs;.
£ s Perfumery, Scis-
sors, Pocket knire*
10 I 8BNTL1MEN,.
A well selested stock of Ready Made Clothing, Soots, Shoos,
Shirts, Linen k Paper Collars, Cravats, Hardware, Ontleryv
Bridles, Saddles; Hames & Collars, Spades Jt
Hoes, Iron,'Nails, etc.
Also a largo assortment of Sugar, Coffee, Bacon, Floar, Tobacco* Cigars
SV Liberal adyaaooo made ea Gotten ooosigaod far aWpwoml.
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.