Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, January 25, 1878 Page: 3 of 4
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~M1E BEST '1 RUSS ON KAI^TII!
One ptrson in every four is ruptured,
ind two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die,
is they suffer tram Dispepslft, Spinal
disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement
x "Howe's Spring Pafl Belt Truss." i
For the treatment and cure of Rupture
and Hernia, patented 1875, is the only
scientific tru-8 invented. Every physi-
cian endorses it at once, and patients buy
it at sight.
Ruptured sufferers from old-fashionea
metallic and hard rubber springs fird
Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and
endorsements of thousand? who have
been cured, and of the leading phy sicians
ol the United States, including the great
doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal
of the St. Louis Medical College. All
say it is the best truss known. It has
cured a 5-year rupture in five weeks,
Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper,
etc. Rev. llowc, the patentee, is tup
tured on both sides badly, ati'i has been
for 25 years, and he invented tlx*, great
truss for himself only. We make them
MEN, WOMEN *nd CHILDREN!
who daily bless Mr. H. for his invention.
THE HOWE FEMALE SUPPORTER
is the best known for abdominal affec-
If you have a friend ruptured, do him n
favor by sending us his name at once.
X HOWE TRUSS CO., X
Box 1170. Council Bluffs, Iowa
£3^5000 traveling ngents wanted
States, counties, and townships for sale
ug. 16 tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office—North side West Main street,
a tew doors below the Postoffice,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 7.27 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
g. c. randell. w. m. peck.
J3ANDELL & PECK,
DENI; ON, - - TEXAS,
11 2 tf
DR. JAMBS RHEA,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All work in mechanical and operative
dentistry skillful'? performed on liberal
terms. 11 I dw
HAVANA, KEY WEST,
Tobacco and Smokers' Supplies,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Pawobroker and Jeweler.
PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watchm and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 22S Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
p *: ■
TEACHER OF GERMAN.
Lessons given at the residences o' pti
pils. For further information an <iv ai
the residence of M A. Daugherty, or a
the Daily News ofhee.
^Y"ebster & Z1NTGRAFF,
Wholesale and retail
' ■ 1 ■: .1« r ■
DENISON. - • - TEXAS
Dyeing and Soouring.
DYEING AND SCOURING,
Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Uhlig,
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
Hotel* and Restaurants
Cor. Gandy st. and Houston av.,
DENISON, - - • TEXAS.
A New House, N^wly Furnished, pleas-
antly located near the Railroad Depots
and Business Centers. 1-13 if
PETER FRIIS, Prop'r.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN TOWN.
Northwest corner of Public Square,
Good beds and plenty to eat. We guar-
antee the very best the market affords,
CALL AND SEE US.
4 ft tf
JOHN SUMMERS, Prop'r.
Corner Tremoiit and Mechanic streets
This hou«e is centrally located conven-
ient to business, and but two squares from
Morgan Line Steamers, and one black
from Uniou Depot.
Table unsurpassed by any house in the city
This house has a bell in every room,
connected with the office.
9 19 tf
GATE CITY RESTAURANT.
Opposite Carr & Co.'s stable,
Main Street, Denison, Texas.
W. Ii. STAFFORD, Prop'r.
This is a new house, fitted up with new
furniture, ar.d the kitchen is provided
with all the modern appliances to be found
■n first class restaurants.
Great care is taken to serve customers
with tile best, and at the lowest possible
ligur:s. Game. fish, etc., kept in season
Meals furnished at all hours. 10 30 tt
Game, Fish and Celery.
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
No. 107 Main street.
DENISON, - - TEXAS,
io 4 1 in
I. EURBER, Prop'r.
South side Main street, near Alamo,
DENISON, - - TAX AS.
Real Estate Agents.
\fyTM- H. HUGHES,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
DFNISON, - - TEXAS.
J. T. MUM son.
'"JpONE & MUNSON,
EN TUCK Y WHISKY DEPOT.
M. K. and T. R'Y
TcMo, Peoria anil Warsaw
THREE TRAINS DAILY AS FOLLOWS:
CHARLES BURCKEL, Prop'r.
Open Day and Night,
MEALS SERVED A LA CARTE.
Reserved Rooms for Ladies and Parties.
This house has lately undergone a thor-
ough renovation, and everything is kept
neat a d clean. The new proprietors
knew their business, and are meetin r with
flattering success. S 8 tf
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Office. 215 Mainstreet, upstairs.
JESSE M. COOK,
AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Gun Block, up stairs,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Wholesale dealers in
Imported and Domestic
W ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in
Nex't Door to Ihe Star Store.
Ft. Way 11c,.
11.15 •- )"
6.10 a. m.
4.JO p. IB.
3-'5 " l
ij.co a. in.
5.J5 p. ra.
io.oot • "
8.15 a. m.
6.00 p. in.
is.45 a. m.
3.30 p. ni.
1.40 a. in.
0.jo " U,
i).30 a. in.
1.jo p. in.
j.30 p. in.
4.ao a. m.
8.30 a. m.
12 35 p. 111.
9* 14 a. m.
10*15 p. m.
7.30 a. m.
i;. 5 a. m.
1.20 p. in.
4.00 a. m.
j.jo p. m.
6.10 p. m.
3.30 a. m.
3.45 P- > .
T« iau« or«uj:M with tit
viiMitirriij morita of that grout Amencau lUnneti v,
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
Tliih ItniniMttvflrv naturalt.v oricinated In Atn«ri.
w>. w «mv Nahnv provide* in l.< r l;i.l i;mt< ry
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mill now it i-mni'vii'H tJ « I .'- ii il lv n
Tit«« >l«'xst*un Mintnnz li'iiirm-ut 1*a inatrliloim
ntH.fJv lor nil O'vHininl iui:ii iilHnf lii.iu and bfust.
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mch'W worm, filuM.Ulvi «rot. maii^f*, t'u* 1 IUm as4-J
of | iaoiit i54 it s i iii-n t lH, ami rvcry
mirh «hawUa«'!t t o ."took lirtvilinji nml Inmli lift).
Ii mm*•* < \'vr,Y nxlc-vual trouble ot «uch
i\8 liinit'iich4, hi. .'.nfcae*, hwiitnv, !tinalu , fttauilcr,'
wiiiil urtll, J in;.r huui?. rtc.,i*tc.
Tin* 3li*xl«fl:i Mil t.ili;; I^nlmcjit in l!if ouickwitt,
ntii- in tliewuriil tor accNont.4 < iannii a m t>*v
riisniJy, in I So ut>«i'uci* of a p!ty*ivH-i, n "ill as
inim«. raH4. i.firai.iH, cutii, vte.„ ami for i liaunwi-
tixni, ami *tl.Tiuv.4< Migi'iulfrtMl by «\jioauru. I*ar-
MuiiUiily vabiablH tn-Mtuvi-n.
It ix tli« clii'iipfHt ii/iiumIv in th© worlii for .t
| vnvtratf*H t'u* imiih*1< to Vw t ' m«. ai.d a uiugiu
aii|>li<rarioH u\ u«nrrallv HiifllHciit to ourn.
Mi'V.i'ai'i .MimtaoK LlMluiMit la f i t \\\* In tlirwe
merH of hottiuN, tiie itiitfi i uuf* bciug i ropoitlou
uti.ly mufti llie oliuapi'M.
I7XCELSIOR LIVKKY FEED AND
h SALE STABLE,
Advantages of the T., P. & W.
is the only toute running
through day coaches and reclining chair
cars Iriim Burlington and lveokuk to La-
lavette. Logan-port. Ft. Wa ne, Toledo,
Indianapolis and Chicago without change.
It is the only route running palace sleep-
ing cars to Toledo and Chicago wi hout
change. The New York Special has
through dav coachcs trom Burlington to
Toledo, and trom Keokuk to Chicago
without cl an<re. The Cincinnati express
has reclining chair cars from Burlington
to Indianapolis, and Rotunda palace
sleeping cars from J'eoria to Toledo with-
out change. The atlantic express has
palace sleenir.g cars from Peoria to Chi-
cago without change. Purchase jour
tickets via the fast and popular route, se-
curing through cars, suie connections
and avoiding one change of cars to all
eastern cities. Baggage checked through.
A. L. IlofKiNs. Gen'l Manager, ) Peoria,
M. C. TowNsKND, G. P. Si T. A. ) Illinois
YV: R. CRUMPTON,
General Western Agent. Burlington, la.
Note B. Breakfast, D. Dinner, S. Sup-
per. New York special Breafast 8 :oo a. m.
J F. CUFF, ANTHONKY CUFF.
J. V, CUFF & BRO. Piiophietors. *
No -301, 303( cor. West Muin street and
North Burnet avenue.
DENISON. ■ - - TEXAS
Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al-
ways on hand for the use of patrons.
Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar-
J. F. CufT & Bro. *eep the only first
class Hearse in the city.
Sept. 28. tf.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Capacious Wagon Yard attached to the
First class accommodations for boara-
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY.
corner Burnet avenue, and Woodard
DENISON - - ' - TEXAS,
Genls' Furnishing Goods.
'•I buy all my
uiiu this is the
THIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Csipital $51)0,000 00.
Does a legitimate Banking business.
clothing ol E. H. Hanna,
kind of a fit I get every
Special attention gi"en to collections in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
S'GHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO
; On principal cities of the United States.
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following: There are poems by Henry
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Boy Life, by the late Theodore Winthrop;
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"Sweet Marjoram Day," bv Frank R.
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and nowadays, by Gail Hamilton.
And dealer in
Cloths, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods.
308 Main Street
DEXISON - - TEXAS.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
We do not buy by sample 011 credit, but
pay cash for goods.
I give my personal attention to Cutting
and Fitting Garments.
We do not pay a large rent.
T can tell the diffetence between woolen
and cutton goods.
We have the best and largest stock of
goods to select from in Denison.
The ibove i« the reason we sell goods |
cheaper and more of them than nny other
house in Denison. a-5
Of the story element, the brighest fea-
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Miss Alcott, entitled -'Under the Lilacs,"
with illustrations by Mary Hallock Foote.
The Christmas number contains also*
the opening of a new Serial Story for
Boys, a tale of tropical life, entitled
••Tower-Mountain," admirably illustrated
by the artists Moran aud Kelly; A Por-
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her life; several 'poems by Two Little
American Girls; a Play, and a Christmas
Carol (set to music); and a half dozen
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The JVczu Cover is by the English Ar-
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the three serials for Boys, to follow each
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How matches are made; How money is
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stories and sketches of Foreign Life,
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A. H. Coffin,
W. S. l.owe.
ROVERS' & PLANTERS'
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Main street,
DENISON. • - - TEXAS.
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly,
on hand. 10 14 tf
npilE ALAMO GROCERY,
T. A. SALE, Proprietor.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh vegetables always on hand.
No. 105 Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
JP C. CLIFFORD,
HOUSE, SIGN. CARRIAGE PAINTER,
Graining, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging.
Also, dealer in
Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Mixed Paints,
and Paint Brushes.
Full line of Pointers' Materials on Hand.
Paints of all colors mixed to order.
Shop opposite Green's Livery Stable,
No. 510 Main street,
DENISON, • • TEXAS.
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
CAPITAL, - -
j. h. slater, johnnrvins, w.j HUGHES
Pres. Vice Pres. Cash.
james porter, john kevins,
j. h. slater, samuel hanna,
w. j. hughes.
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.
To Music Teachers.
A new, natural and easy .system, far
superior , to any ever before published.
Pamphlet containing this system mailed
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DENISON, - • TEXAS.
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Main street and Austin avenue.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
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Railroad Ticket Brokers,
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, January 25, 1878, newspaper, January 25, 1878; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326826/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.