Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 212, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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W)M?le sle dealers in
n ' Imported and Domestic
-.r tif 1
V) ia«8, Branditi, t'igun, Tobacco.
m* OUnt Wholesale Liquor Houti in
■ i t 4't-. D«ni on.
Next Door to the Star Star*
m m m A a m
YV-. u. WOODS. HEMRY K. L. MAY1UCS.
OODS * HAYNKS,
ATTORNEY# AT LAW.
Offiae in Muller Block,
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
O. •. RANDKLL, •• • RANDKLL.
ANDELL fc BRO.,
Attorneys h Coun«ellors-at-Law
Olios in Muller Black, west entrance
Room No. I, up stair*.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, W*
Room 6, in the Muller Black,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS
Special attentian paid to the payment
ot taxes, and of collection of pension*.
JGjr-Will practice in all the Court* of
the State. Collecting made a specialty.
J ^EONARD ft COFFIN,
R3A.Ii ESTATE AGEHTS,
Nation Ilense Building,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
\V. M . II ANNA,
Wholesalo and retail
PTANOS Cover and Book
k only $143 to$JSS Organs
13 Stops, 3 set Reeds, 1 Knee Swells,
Stool, Boak, only $98 jfj"*Holiday News-
paper Free. Address Daniel F. Beatty,
Washington, N. J 11 6 im
Agents Read This !
We want an Agent j(l this County to
whom we will pay a salary ol $100 per
month and expenses to sell our wonderful
invention. Sample fiee. Address at
once SHERMAN & CO., Marshall, Mich-
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$1200 returned in 30 day* on $100
invested. Official report* and informa-
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options of $10 to $50. Address T. Pot-
ter Wright ti Co. Bankers, 35 Wall
street, N. Y. _ u-jtlm
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Uncinate and g <in the love and affections
ot any person they choose instantly. Thi*
simple mental acquirement all can pos-
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a Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle,
Dreams, and Hints to Ladies. A queer
book. 100,000 sold. Address D. P. MA-
SON, 700 Sansom Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. 11 6 im
CHEAPEST BOOK STORE w'SSfiT
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75,296 New American Books AT YOUR PRICE!
112,726 Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE!
Catalogue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman st., near new postoffice, New
York. 11 6 im
On 30 Days Trial
We will send our Electro-Valtaic Bslts
and other Electric Appliances upon trial
for 30 days to those sufferiag from Nev-
ou* Oebility, Rheumatism. Paralysis or
any diseases ol the Liver or Kidneys, and
many other diseases. A Sure Cure guar
anteed or no pay. Address, VOLTAIC
BELT CO., Marshall, Mich. 11 6 im
AGENS WANTED for the best and
f astest-semg pictorial ooks and bibles.
Prices reduced 33 per ;nt. National
Publishing Co., Phila. 'a. 9 18 8w.
Capcine Porous Plasters
CURES LAME OR WEAK BACK
•INSTANTLY Sold bv all druggists.
EABURY & JOHNSON, Prep's. 21
latt St., N. Y. 18,8w
tiauta, Ga., or St. Louis, Mo.
(] 1C S7C0 Invested in Wall Street
ocks makes fortunes every month,
o ok sent free explaining everything.
Address, BAXTER k CO., Bankers, 17
Wall street, NewYoik. 10 11.1m
The best selected *tock of
DJtUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
In th« City.
W« make a specially af
PURE ;WHISKIE5 BRANDIES A WINES
For Medicinal Purooses.
Hm a Tad dlftrfVg from al 1 olbon,
k cup tbaiM, wlln Bflf-AdjMHn*
Ball In era tar, adapts I taalfto all
positions of the body, whIU tha
wltlt tka Via gar. . With llfht
BaJIm tuaewp fraaiaa baak tha
Im taHtaaaj nai aa afaraoa wo« 14
with Uia Via far. With llfhl
pressure tba Hernia b h§14 Mruraly
fay and alght, and a radUal ssrtaln. Ills aaa/, darabU
Mdthaap. Baal by mall. Ctraalan frM.
EGGLESTON THU88 CO., Chicago, 111.
flaiablUhadt n I8T9 for tha enra ot
Can ear, Tnmora, Clears, Herofota.
i and Bkln DUaaa«s, without tliawsa of
■ ' ' 1 knlfa, or Iom of bloodi and lltlla pain*
Fori nformatlon, elrculara and rafwancas, addraaa,
Pr. r. I POKD, Aurora, Kano Co., Ill
RIAL ESTATE BROKE*,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room Mullar Black, we*t aatranct.
Saddles and Harness.
J. L. Nothaf & Co.,
HARNESS, BRIDLES & COLLARS,
No . 212 Main *t.
DENISON, - TEXAS.
fcala manufacturers of
LEHMAN y NOTHAF'S
PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE
The best in us* far ttaakraan.
6Q0D PLAN. Camblnlaf and aparatlnf laaay ar.u«s
la oa« vast aum liai avary a4vaniag« af aapiiAl, win
[ kIIIfmI Manafvmant l*rr« prwltta 4lvltla < .i«.iM*« a
1 i*T«<iManu oi ia I'o oao. rii-caiar, wli* f
alaaallaaa nil raa ■««••••« la Haak da..:ii.c* m«M«< fraa.
LAWRISNCK 4 CD.. 1* * aad Biraai. Haw Yaii.
O a. "*
BOWLES & RHBA,
DENISON, • - TEXAS.
All work in mechanical and aperativ
dentiitry *killfully performed an libera
★ BAKERY, ★
Main, bet. Burnet and Fannin,
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cake* cor.
tantlj an hand, and will b* dellverei
wice a day la anv part of tha city.
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Xervous Coniplalnto, which hm b**n in
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Do yoa want a par«. bloom-
Complex ion ? If ho, n
)f*w applications of Hagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM Trill grat-
ify JfO u to your heart's con-
tent. It tlo?s away with Mal-
lownoss, UcKliifccw. IMmples.
Biotciiee, und allditiuitfresaiiu
ijaperfoetituss of tho wkin. It
i«c8 of haat, fatigue and ex-
«it^mowt. It makoB a laily of
overcome tho (luehed appear
i lady ol
i'HIRTY appear but TWKN
TV; and bo natural, gradual,
and p« ifect are its effects,
that it is impossible to detect
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Freight and Passenger Accommodations
Superior to an" in the State.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY
HOUSTON Co chS
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
Pullman Palace Sleepiag Cars
Between TEXAS *nd ST. LOUIS *nd
intermediate points, without change.
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle in the State,
RATES OF PASSAGE AND FREIGHT
No i St. Louis Express leave*
lloustondaily, except Sunday.7 130 a m
No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex-
press, leaves Houston daily. ..,6 :oo p m
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily, except Sundav-9 :^o r m
Mo 4 St. Louis and Chicago ex-
press arrives at Houston daily 9 :oo a m
No, West. Pass. Agent, 101 Clark St.,
F. L. MANCHESTER,
East. Pass. Agent, 417 Broadwnv N. Y.
A. II. SWANSON, J. WALDO.
Gen l SuDt. G. P. & T. Agt.
ORGANS 13 Stop., 3 set Reeds, a
Knee Swells, Stool, & Book, only
$98.70. Pianos Stool. Cover & Boak,
only $143.75. Illustrated Newspaper
sent free. Address DANIEL F. BEAT-
TY, Washington, N. J. 10 it im
WANTED. A GOOD AGENT to
canvass Denison and the adjoining
town* for the best selling household arti-
cles in the world. Tip top profits, write
at once to World Manufacturing Co., 123
Nassau St , New York. 10 11 im
GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE
The "naturally beautiful and most tovor-
ed region of our country
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AFTER JUNE 1st
ROLM) TRIP TICKETS
at reduced rates will ha on *ale to tha
CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA
TERING PLACES OF EAST
Elegant day coaches from
TTLE ROCK TO CHATTAN008A
Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned
by the comoany, on all night train*.
Sleeping Car Fare Reduced.
Baggage checked through
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK.
—AS WKLI. AS FOR—
And all Southeastern Cities, should pur-
chase tickets by this line.
Maps, Time Table*, and Rates of Tick-
ets furnished on application to
P. R. ROGERS,
Gen. Western agent, Dalla*. Texa*.
I a h monthly, ltO- p Age Scrnp Book of the cream of
the World's Literature. 8ingl« eopy, 20c., or f 2 per
An Oil Ohromo (14x20 incken) of "Yoeemiti
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paper bin-lmi;: "Chrhitiaii Oakley'e MiMaka." a #1
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dreee S. 8. Wood, Tribuno Building, he-w Y orKCit
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8T. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO R'Y
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Dallas Tex.& St. Louis
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 212, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1879, newspaper, November 6, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327369/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.