Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 293, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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Boot* and Shout.
Royal Champagne, a.r.collins & cq„
D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. L0UI8.
THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM-
PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OK
NATIVE SBARKLlNG WINE
j. b. McDOUGALLj;
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'OUT OF TOWN
TO GET YOUR
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, ETC.
Remember the place; next door to
the Kansas City Store, Main street.
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Mam street,
Cleaning, renovating and repairing.
Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly
on hai);j}. io-i4tf
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Freight and Passenger Accommodations
Superior to an" in the State.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and
intermediate points. without change.
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle in the State,
RATES OK PASSAGE AND FREIGHT
No 1 St. Louis Express leaves
Houston daily, cxcept Sunday.7 tfo a m
No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex-
press, leaves Houston daily ••.,6:00 p m
H I ' GOING south :
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily, except Sundav.q^o P M
Mo 4 St. Loui6 and Chicago ex-
press arrives at Houston daily 9 :oo a m
A. ALLEE, -•
No, West. Pass. Agent, 101 Clark St.,
E. L. MANCHESTER,
East. Pass. Agent, 417 Broadway N. Y.
A. M. SWANSON, J. WALDO.
G61**1 Sunt. G. P. Si T. Agt.
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PAWNBROKER & JEWELER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
No. 22S Main stl-eet,
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IXLLA AN NN HDD A A UllCl T
AND BROKERS IN
City Real Estate,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO-
CATION OP COLONIES
bs'ifi !'i!j; Unci - ftfc)
Bought, sold, or located on choice
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Farming or Grazing Lands.
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500 choice residence lots in different
parts of the citj for sale by inqntbly in-
Have some rare bargains in residence
Five busines houses and lots on Main
street for sale... r :
Grayson County, Texas.
This town was located by A . R. Collins
in 1S73 in the western part of this county.
It is now a thriving, prosperous town. A
cordial invitation is extended to parties
desiring to locate. For further particu-
lars address A. R. Collins, Alamo hotel,
3 houses on Gandy street. $15 per
2 houses on Woodafd street, $15 per
1 house on Main street, near school
house, $12 per month/
1 house opposite Boss* mill, east of rail-
road, (new) 5?io per month.
Have three fine farms to exchange for
well located city proptrty.
New buggy and harness to exchange
for lots or residence.
Seven University claims, unimproved,
of 80 acres each, located fi/e to eight
miles northwest of Denison and one to
tnree tniles from the firot -station 011 the
Denison and Pacific railroad—prices
from $3 50 to $5 p<-r acre; one-third cash,
balance eight to ten years time, at 10 oer
Sixteen improved University claims, of
160 acres each, from three to six miles
west of Denison, choice lands; improve
ments only ordinary, good water, som
timber—prices from $6 to $10 per acre
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.'All* Ilia kiMwnworlS. .Sninpfr Watch f'tK to
Aildri~t, A. CoUlcraN * Co.. ChlWMIO-
Two hundred and fifteen acres two
miles northeast of Denison on Red River,
the old CairUthers farm, known as tha
Montgomery place. The entire tract un-
der fence; well watered and timbered;
130 acres choice secord river bottom un-
der cultivation. This is oneof the oldest
and best farms in the county. Price,
$3,000. Terms, one third cash, balance
in one and two years. *
30 acres timber land, two miles south-
east of Denison, @ $6 per acre.
1000 acrts adjoining Denison will be
sold in lots of 10, 20, 40 or 80 acres @ $10
per acre. One-third ca<h, balance in one
and two years with 10 per cent, interest.
In the above tract will be found some de-
sirable locations for garden and fruit,
farms; well watered ar.d timbered.
Abstracts fuinished, taxes paid, home
and foreign collections promptly made,
collateral secuiieties negotiated, prop-
erty exchanged, prompt attention given
to subdivisions and survevs in city and
county. Copies of state, city and coun-
ty maps furnished, and correspondence
promptly attended to. Business solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Eighty acres university land, un:m-
prcved, all fenced with post and board
lence; small box house, springs and ever-
lasting water, six miles northwest from
Denison; some timber, good tract— terms
$5.50, part cash, part on time; will issue
patent direct to the purchaser. Will ex-
change for desirable central city real es-
One hundied and sixty acres, six miles
west of Denison ; choice black sandy and
waxy, all fenced and improved, good
frame house and out buildings; about
one mile from new station on the D. &
P. railroad—price $10 per acre.
Kive improved 8o's, near the first sta-
tion on the D- & P- road, all black sandy
and waxy prairie, improvements only
fair—price $6to $15 per acre, time given
on part. '<•, 1 ; J . ,'/ > ' •« 1. H
Twenty-three hundred acres of prairie,
on the line of the Tians-Continental
railroad, eight miles west of Sherman,
unimproved—price $5 per acre. , '
One hundred thousand acres choice
black sandy prajric land in the "Pan
Handle" of Texas; fine locations to*
stock farms—price from 40 cents to$i 50
Twelve hundred and eighty acres, 26
miles southwest of Sherman and seven
miles south of Collinsvillc, all heavily
timbered, two fine streams run through
it 5 fine sandstone rock quarry—price $5
374 acres black sandy prairie.
The above tracts .ny 10 to 15 miles
west and south of Sheririan, along the
Government telegraph line on the route
to Pilot Point—price $3 50 to $4 00 per
acte. • * •
„. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
\ Ni:\V KXI ITIMi ItOOIv
Bristling with the Wild Adyentures of
Stanley in Africa,
The only authentic and copyrighted cheap
edition. Bv the lirilliant "descriptive au-
thor, Hon- J. T. Meadley. Gives a full
history of hi* wonderful discoveries in
Africa and marvelous journey down the
Congo. More fascinating than romance.
Profusely illustrated, and highly endors-
ed by the clergy and frets. Over 15,000
sold. . More. AGENTS WAN 1 ED.
iQ — For particulars about the book, suc-
cess of agents and best terms address
HUBBARD BROS., Publishers, Phila-
delphia, Pa. I 20 4W.
fashion aiil k
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER*
NEATLY L PROMPTLY DONE.
iti it * * i'lill'l'li r
Austin ave., bet. Main $L Ski tidy tts.,
a ^ben son's Capcme
op Porous Plaster
CELEBRATKD the WuRLD OM'.K.
The manufacturers were awarded the
highest and only medal given rubber
plasters at both the Cent :nnial and
Paris Exposition. '!
Par Superior to
common porous plnsteri, liniments,
the so:ca!led electric appliances, etc-
It Ik tlu: best known remedy for Lame
and Weak Back. Rheumatism, Pemale
Weakness, Sciatica, Lumbago, Disease
;d Kidneys, Spinal Complaints,, and
all ills for which porous plasters are
used. Ask your druggist for Benson's
Capcine Pl.astei and see that you get
r.othius else. Sold by all druggists.
Price 25 cents.
Mailed on receipt of price by Sea
bury & Johnson, 21 Piatt Street, New
filun-: ai n
GET YOUR MEAT ♦
t i l T73
Keeps constantly on
hand a large supply of
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sau
k age, etc
I. 1 , , |.J U-l ' "„ll
FEKD AND BALE STABLE,
Crawford St.. near Austin Ave.
the ri; taTHTrir^^^Wv
IT E L EPHO MPS
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pychtneetin the weather. We will tend to one addresi one sample set.
poiwprinnf^twoTeltphoaeta two walnutbolderifiiz copper bound Imulators
niS u!11 S^r*L*i®^Pcrc«;I*t.dl«cowiitfromregularrntes.l
|whlch r S3, for thefl|4. Initruments. Thii offer !• made for • limited tin
nly, limply to introduce our instrumentsi they will soon be auffldently we.,
mown to iell through the trade, and we ahalithenba obliged to atrictly maintalni
person ofordinary intelligence can put them up by following direction® sent with
months nearly lOOO of Jheae fnctrumente, and have hand red sot test
HOUSEKEEPERS ! !
A postal card sent us with your ad-
dress will insure free in return, our Illus-
trated Circular of nice Housefurnishing
Specialties. Palmer & Ski I. ton, Man-
ufacturers, 281 Peari Street, New York.
1 50 4W
Joimson'u Anodyne Limmeat will
positively prevent this terrible disease,
and will positively cure nine cases in ten.
Information that will save many lives
sent free by mall. Don't delay a moment.
Picvention is better than cure. Sold Ev-
erwhi-re, I. S.Johnson & Co , Bangor,
Maine. 2 1 4W
A GOOD AGENT
ison and the adjoining towns for the best
selling household articles in the world.
Tip top profits, write at once to N. Y.
Manfg. Co.. 2 Clinton Place, N. Y. 4W
AGENTS, READ THIS.
We will pay Agents a Salary of $100
per month and expenses, or allow a large
commission to sell our new and wonder-
ful inventions. We mean what we say.
Address, without delay,
Sherman & Co., Marshall, Mich. 4W
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AND ALL DISORDERS OF THE
THROAT and LUNGS
DR.T.A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY
Taken in conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION OF
Pure COD LIVER OIL
and hvpophosphites of
Lime tfc Soda
A FREE BOTTLE of each prep-
aration sent by express to each suf-
fering applicant sending their name.
°. O. and express address to Dr. T. A
Slocum, 181 Pearl street New York.
1 11 iiiMimima—inn iiiiiiiiiiKiiiiw—1
1 H/Vv^J I $50 to $100 or
$200 PER MONTH during the sprine
and summer. For full particular address
J. C. McCURDY & CO , St. Louis,
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The Origin of Life,
Published in One Royal Octave Vol
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press, soon to be issued. Can-
vassing Books with speci-
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and samples of bind-
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Agents will have
I :! exclusive sa'e
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This remarkable hook must not be con-
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ever issued, being more complete, i.iore
practically useful, and more thorough ly
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(Md of Nature, Animal and Vegetable,
giving full details df the Origin, Devel-
opement and "Mode of Propagation of ev-
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astronomy. The most valuable practical
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Scientific American .
Terms, $3.20 per year, $1.60 half year,
which includes postage. Discount to
agents. Single copies ten cents. Sold
by all newsdealers. Remit by postal or-
der to MUNN & CO., publishers, 37 Park
Row, New Yo:k.
Scientific American, Messrs. MUNN &
CO. are solicitors of American and for-
eign patents, have had 34 years experi-
ence and now have the largest establish
ment in the word. Patents are obtained
on the best terms. A special notice is
made in the Scientific American of all in-
ventions patented through this agency,
with the name and residence of the pat-
entee. By the immense circulation thus
given, public attention is directed to the
merits.of the new patent, and sales or in-
troduction often easily effected.
Any person who has made a new dis-
covery or invention can ascertain, free of
charge, whether a patent can probably be
obtained, by writing to the undersigned.
We also send FREE our hand book about
the patent laws, patents, caveats, trade-
marks, their costs and how procured, with
hints tor procuring advances on inven-
tious. Address for the paper or concern-
MUNN &. CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y.
Branch office cor. E and 7th tts., Wash-
ington, D. C,
A. K. COLLINS & CO.
Texas Land Agency.
The above reliable firm established in
1872, offer for sale in tract? to suit the
purchaser upwards of 50 ',000 acres of
choice agricultural, stock and fruit lands,
locatfd in Northern Texas. Special at-
tention to lands in Grayson county. Of-
fer 100,000 i cres west of Denison, along
the line of the Denison & Pacific R. R.
Suitable for cotton, wheat, corn, oats,
vegetables, fruit or stock. Unimproved,
from $3 to $5 per acre; improved, fror.)
$io to $2? per acre. This firm, having
had ye*rs of experience in this branch
ot business, are thoroughly pofted as to
lands, land titles, etc. Land scrip bought,
sold or loeated on choice lands in the
celebrated Pan Handle of Texas. Parties
thinking of emigrating to this state will
do well to address them for their land
paper, "The Texas Bonanza," (enclose
stamp.) Lands shown free of charge, by
A. R. Collins & Co., office Alamo Hotel,
WOODS, FEARS & WILKINSON ,
A. B. PERSON,
'( I 'I I 1 >3fil lill "rftl f 'r >r' f' > 1
Attorneys at Law,
SHERMAN AND DENISON.
J. D. Woods anil A. B. Person, Deni-
son; S. S. Fears and A. E. Wilkinson
eow w6 m d 4 m
Will practice in all the courts in
west. Strict attention to collecting.
GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE
<>'* ' • FROM
St. Louis to the East
COMroSED OF THE
VANQALIA LINE, PAN HANDLE
pennsylvania r. r.
The Only Route Running Pullman Palace
Cars from St. Louis to New York
The above represents the Shortest and
Quickest Route from St. Louis to the
Seaboard, tunning through one of the
most popnlous and interesting portions
of the country, with many large and im-
portant cities upon its line. It passes
through Vandalia, Effingham, Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Richmond, Piqua
(or Dayton), Urbana, Columbus, New-
ark, Steubenville, Pittsburg, Cresson,
Altoona Harrisburg, Lancaster, Phila-
delphia, Trenton, Newark, N. J., and
Jersey City, on its route to New York.
TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
On Arrrival of Trains from the West and
DAY-LIGHT EXPRESS—Leaves the
Union Depot, St. Louis, every morning,
and, being a Fast Express, stops only at
principal stations. It has Pullman Pal-
ace Sleeping Cars for Columbus, Pitts-
burgh, Philadelphia and New York with-
out change, and but one change to Bos-
ton, Baltimore and Washington. It ar-
rives in New York early the next even-
ing. only one night out, and gives a day-
light view of the far-famed scenery of the
FAST LINE EXPRESS-Leaves Un-
ion Depot, St. Louis, every evening,
stopping only at principal stations, with
Pullman Pa.ace Cars for Louisville and
Cincinnati, Palace Sleeping Car for Chi-
cago, and the favorite Pioneer Line oi
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars for Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadel-
phia and New York without change.
8£y*Being the Only Line practically
under one management between St. Louis
and New York, passengers are assured of
through connections, and are not subject
to delays at intermediate points incidental
S^Baggage checked through to all
SSF-The Quickest Time is regularly
made by this Line, and fare always as low
as by other routes.
g®*-Tickets for sate at all ticket offices
in the West and South.
L. P. FARMER. Gen'l Pass. Agent.
Pennsylvania Railroad. Philadelphia.
W. L. O'BRIEN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Pan
Handle Route. Columbus. Ohio.
CHAS. E. FOLLETT, Gen'l Pass.
Agent, Vandalia Linr, St. Louis.
Saddle horses a specia.ty. '
Fiist clats wagon yard and a good well
of water. 10.23
GHEEN & JUVENAL,
SALE, FEED AND
Cor. Woodard st. and Rusk av.,
Large wagon yard and good well of
water. A hack appropriate for burial pur-
poses can be had at this stable. 7-20
Excelsior livery feed an«,
E. G. CHILES, Proprietor.
Nos. 301,303; cor. West Main 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-
E. G. CHILES keeps the only first
class Hearse in the city.
SAU ST. P«n m m
v ftUUil Suitltf Uo.tSh l.ttt.l-
'J^IIE ECLIPSE STABLE,
JACK GALLAGHER, Prop'R,
Carriages and buggies to let, and No. I
teams always in readiness.
First class accommodations for board-
Corner Burnet avenue, and Main St.
J M. MILLS & SON,
Cor. Main st. and Burnet ave.
Gloss white childrens*coffins, cloth cov
ered and common coffins. All styles
made to order.
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No. 121 Main street,
(Successor to John Nevins & Co.,)
GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE,
Window Glass, Wall Paper, Carpet Pa-
per. Baby Carriages, Bird Cages,
Carpets, Matting, Mouldings,
Picture Flames, Lamps and
Lamp Fixtures, Window
Curtains, FlowerPot ,
A full supply of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
- Also a full stock of
Metnlic and Rosewood Collins.
At the old stand, corner of Main street
and Austin ave. v*-
You ran get
The Nicest Letter Heads,
The Prettiest Business Cards,
The Best Envelopes and Tags,
The Handsomest Ball Tickets,
The Neatest Programmes,
The Nobbiest Visiting Card*.
The Finest Wedding Invitations,
The Most Attractive Poster;-,
The Most Beautiful Placards,
The Most Artisttc Printing
New# Job Rooms.
ENTUCK.Y' WHISKY DEPOT.
Wholesale dealers in
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Imported and Domestic
W iwes, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House In
Next Door to the Star Store.
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Burhans, R. Polk. Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 293, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1879, newspaper, February 4, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327141/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.