Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 179, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 28, 1877 Page: 3 of 4
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DE?tlSO?r DAILY CftESSET.
By Bit Cresset Mnttnf Coapany.
ItuMUB Daily, Sundays Lxcarran.
UrfMl Vsllr drcalatlMi la Um City.
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DR. STRASSMANS COLUMN
Dr. Strauman—Dear Sir:
The money spen twith you for glas-
ses I consider a good investment. The
spectables purchased from you for
mvsoif, wife and child, have proved
Office to the Gunn HI.x-k. Comer »“* "■»•> *
Main street anil Austin avenue benefit that we pnse them for
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DYSPEPSIA, loss OP Affirm.
SICK HEADACHE C0STIVEHESS4C,
Romtrn>RS ** t olf man nvacturatal
» FRICK QSKDQUAR. ~
CAUTION.-T* b"w<"0. *!"■«»• m*
for UK. A. Q. BIMMOXV LIVER
MEDICINE, prrpmrtd M. i.
IM/M Jt Co., ChattoH—ea, TOmm.,
mm4 mm IM th* Ukomrm of Dr. A. Q.
i (& on mrk bvitlr mm4 pmekoQ*.
PEOPLE AND THINGS.
Now muzzle cats.
A burning star—Kate Ciaxton.
The true hero always enjoys the
The Prince of Wales is getting
p well o( his boil. 'Tie swell.
Get out your maps now and look
^for Kalafat, Kiscbetiev and Iladaje-
II your believe there will boa war
In Europe, buy an extra barrel ot
An effort is being made to again
limit the production ot oil in Penn-
Never shirk a responsibili ty; but
face the music, wbethor you like
the tune or not.
Economy is a good thing; but
enterprise will beat it and give it
twe in tbe game.
their excellency and the good they
have done, and would not have mim-
ed the opportunity lor one hundred
! times their v§lue. ’ We choerfhlly
: recommend you to all who appreci-
ate nalual eye-sight.
! Sherman, April 7th, 1877.
! Dr Strtuman. Dear Sir:
I am one of the oldest settlers in
i this place, and am well known here
1 and in the surrounding country, and
am happy to state to my friends and
fellow-sufferers of eyesight that 1
have boen nearly blind, and for the
past twenty-five years I have failed in
every aftempt to find glasses to suit
my eyes tor reading, until I tried
you. With your glasses I am able
to read as well aud see things at a
distance as well as I ever did in my
life, I cheerfully recommend you
to every one using glasses, '
A. S. Manoum.
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As to the superiority and advan-
tages over all other spectacles, ete.‘
and skill in adjusting them mathe-
matically, etc. Dr, Strassman takes
pleasure ill referring to his Honor,
0. C. Binkley, President Merchants’
A Planters’ fiank, Sherman, Texas.
To the Public Generally.
The eyesight is one of the greatest
blessing bestowed upon man by the
Supreme Being. Of the eyes it may
be truly said that they are the win-
dows of the soul. How important it
is, then, ihat proper care be taken ot
them, and that no one be entrusted
with their treatment who is not
skilled in tbe sciences relating to
vision. When the Bight begins to
tail, the only safe course to pursue is,
to consult imeh a man as Dr. Htrass-
man, and have the proper means
applied for its preservation. The
doctor is prepared to render very
important aid to those suffering from
any defect of the organ ot sight. I
known front experience, that his fine
Alaska crystal glasses are wonder-
fully adapted to restore weak, or
imperfect vision, and can recommend
Dr. 8trassinan as a gentleman who
thoroughly understand#1 his profes-
sion. N. Somerville,
Prin'l Denison Pub. High School.
Denison, Tex. April 18, 1877.
Su*mar, Munch 80,1877,
It gives me pleasure to recomeud
to all those who may find any cause
whatever requiring tbe assistance of
spectacles, those manufactured from
the Alaska crystal, which are mathe-
matically and theoretically adjusted,
according to the law of science, by the
eminent Dr. Strassmau, who has
afforded me more relief and satisfac-
tion in one week than I have ever
received in all efforts for relief before.
T. B. Lawson, D.D.,
Hector St. Steven’s Church.
What is Queen’s Delifht? DROVERS AND PLANTERS
Sherman, March 16,1877.
I, myself, have been for years
troubled with failing vieion.and nev-
er found any glasses that afforded
me so much case and confifort as those
1 obtained froip Dr. Straseman.
Sherman, March 24,1877.
My grandchild Thomas, a boy 14
years old, has been remarkably re-
stored to his superior sightj-hrough
Dr. Strassmau’sassistance and by the
use of his glasses, to whom 1 ac-
knowledge my sincere thanks.
M. J. Parker.
Sherman, March 17,1877.
It is with pleasure that I unite
wtih so many others in giving testn
mony to the excellence of your spec-
tacles, from which my wife hus fotind
great relief. Accept thanks.
Dr. Staples, Surgical Dentist.
„ Denison, April 9, 1871.
Dr. Strassman—Alutflo Hotel:
Df.ar.Sir—I concur in tho opin-
ion expresSod by others, who liavo
used your excellent glasses, and
owing to their superior advantages
my wife is again able, after long
suffering with her eyes, to see again
as once she did. Itccommending
you as a gentleman who deserves
the patronage of the public gener-
ally, lor want of sight restorers*
D* B. Clequorn.
in the Mood can be eradicated at once sad
forever. It expels for life all Scrofulous,
Syphilitic. Cutaneous and Rheumatic af
fectioos and is the ONLY TRUE REME-
DY fbr this class of diseases. Alone, it
is a searching alterative, but when com-
bined with Honduras Sarsaparilla. Yellow
Dock and other rooted and herbs it be-
comes a blood purl tier unsurpassable and
unequalled. Such is tbe combination of
Dr. Tutt’s Sarsaparilla and
forming the most powerful alterative
known to medical Scieuee for tbe cure of
old Ulcers aud Sores. Diseased Joints,
Foul Discharges from the Ears and Noss
tnis. Abscesses, Skin Affections. Rheuma-
tism, Dropsy. Kidney Complaints. Evil
effects Of Secret Practices, Diseased Scalp,
Disordered Liver aud Spleen, and all I>is-
easer that center in the blood. It posses-
ses the peculiar property of imparting a
fair comploxion and
Causes The Body to Gain in Solid
Its yalue cannot be too strongly impressed
upon the attention of those who have been
exposed to sy taint of improper character
Tbe afflicted are assured that this is not
one of the worthless nostrums of the day.
but is prepared upon scientific principles.
By a physician of thirty years experience.
Sold everywhere. Principal office, 18
Murray St., New' York
9-4-d e o d A w-lv
J. H. SLATER.
• v Cashier.
Samuel Hanna, C. C. Binkley, John Nev -
ins, James Porter, J. R. Stevens, W».
Hughes, J. H.' Slater.
* Denison, April 10,187.
Dr. 8transma*—Alamo Hotel:
Dear Sir—Accept mv thanks for
tho spoetablos you sold me. They
afford mo a great pleasure in seeing,
being just what 1 wanted long ago,
but could not procure them f rom any
one else. Very Respectfully,
JferWdlAtfi jft^ . *njy
: .j fagffrj/Elg
brand of that commodity
may bo warranted to koep in all
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Sherman, Texas, April 13,1877.
For fhrther information or refer-
ence regarding the importance of Dr.
Strassman’s tneoretrical knowledge
in the science of optics or the anato-
my of the human eye, and the danger
occurring from the irrational ein-
ploymenlof spectacles or eye glasses
he will,take pleasure in reforringyou
mS.EA00N, M:d. ^
The soft cadence of the street
rpriokler is heard in tbs land, and
there is no use of looking for any
When tbe critics say that Anna
Dickinson, is not snfHciontiy ani-
mate^ do they mean that sb#
ought to marry.
Cleanliness is next to godliness;
but in nine cases out of too 't’s the
tbe trouble .of scratching that makes
us dread tbs flea.
-• • * ; > • *
Wonderful lads they meet have
|n Minnesota. A oountry paper
tells of an eagle that tried to carry
off a boy, measuring at least tea
feet Iron, tip to tip.
How wise is the tramp who
sleeps iu a fence corner, and has no
fear of hotel fires and aix-story
leapt to stone peveiaents. Go to
the tramp, thou arehitect, consider
hie way* end he wise.
Dear Sir: It is with pleasure
that I recommend to those using
glasses for defective sight Dr.
Stress man's superior glasses. Thu;
Doctor being a practical, oculist, can
adjust to the eye the glass exactly
suited to the degree of derangement
of natural focus.
Julian C. Fielp, M. D.,
Sherman, March 24,1877.
I have examined and used the eye-
glasses offered for sale by Dr. Strass-
man, and am satisfied they are of d
superior quality, and that ho is a
thorough practical, optician and
ociiust. W. B. Saunders, M. D. j
Sherman, March 80,1877.
Dr. Straseman should be sought
and consulted by spectaclo wearers,
and those suffering with their eyes
or want of sight restorers. He is a
master of fiw profession, and can
give great relief to that invaluable
organ, which adds to man’s greatest
happiness. 1 hoartily endorse his
ability. 8. C. Bason, ML D,
Dr. Strasgimui, Alamo Ilotdl:
Dear Sir—Your glasses are tbe most
trnsparent and easiest, to my eyes 1 ever
tried. The important improvement they
possess over all other glasses are reeoin-
niendable to those who value their sight.
W. H- Hanford.
Agent of the M-, K. &J. R’y.
My wearied eyes have been greatly re-
lieved from the use of Dr. Strussman's
glasses. Ihat I can pursue safely my busi-
ness again. Thanks to the benefactor.
Dsxtsox, Texas, April 10.1877,
Dr. Strassmau, at the Alamo Hotel:
Dear Sir—My suffering from trouble-
some eyesight, has been relieved at last by
the use of your Alaska Crystal Spectacles.
They are the most comfortable I ever had
in my life, and my eyes feel restored again
to youthful sight. ,1 cordially recommend
your glasses as they proved what you rep-
Very' respectlujjly. etc
Austin Avenue House.
Pauls Valley Chicasaw Nation, )
Indian Territory, j
I am 25 years old and have been
suffering with the greatest imaginary
agony and Joss of eyesight, for the
past twelvo years, and every at-
tempt to restore my dyesight, has
been in vain, until Dr. Strassman,
German ocnlisticoptican from Berlin,
Prussia, has been so highly recom-
mended to me, who has done wonders
accordingly and restoring my eye-
sight again, and also by the aid of his
spectacles, tain see as once I did. My
blessing and well wishes for that ed-
eyesight. * -J. i>. Yeaosr.
Post Office Directory.
Office hours from 8 a.
___r„-T.......... tfi. to 7 p.m.
days, open 1 hour after the arrival and
distribution of the mail from the north.
Northern mall arrives...-......... ‘4:30 p. m.
Southern •* ,l ............-12:00 in.
Mail closes going north.........-12:00 yn.
“ ‘v » r sontit....,,...- ItSO'D, m.
Dax'l WansTXK. P. M.
THE JOB OFFICE
complete in every respect, and employ-
ink none bnt first class workmen, We are
prepared to do all kinds of job work lu
as good style as can be done arty where,
and at prices that are reasonable. Give
us a call*and v«*u will lie convinced tnnt
what wo say U so. Orders by mail wil
be promptly attended to-
Dally, one year......................$0 00
“ six Hionths.-.......X...... 4 60
“ one month........................... 80
Weekly, one year.......................... 2 00
“ six months.........-............. 1 00
Pally delivered by carrier anywhere iu the
tlty at tweuty cents per week,
any one sending a club often, ofelthor
the dally or weekly, un extra copy will
bn furnished tree.
idverUsing rates row. and will be made
kuowu on application.
On and after Monday, November 6,1876.
Storage one mon th .weighing,mark- $
ing and sampling........................ 50
Deduction made on all cotton moved
within twenty four hours............ 15
Storage for each additional mohtli
or part of mouth........................ 20
On all cotton turned out lor class-
ing or resampling............1........- 10
No allowance to be made parties
sampling the’r own cottou
Half covers................ 60
Whole covers without ties............. 1 20
Whole covers baling with ties...,,.... 2 50
As orting, rebaling and covering
dry cotton.................................. 4 00
Drying rebaling and covering wet
pickings..................................... 7 00
Inspecting and picking damaged
cotton in press.......................... 1 00
Supplying missing ties each............ 15
This press will not be responsible
for concealed country damage. •
Cotton covered with .domestic not
Compressing per bale..................... 50
Special Contract* with Export*
Covering sample holes, covers fum-
ishej by press...........................- 15
Arranging for reclassiugor remark-
ing after being class marked......- 10
Shipmarking at press.................... ! 5
positively no cotton delivered ex-
cept upon return of receipt, If
transfensed proper endorsement
must be made upon such receipts
Coton class marked ami not moved
iu three days affiMaM^afjjoa. *
snail be Charged storage per
moth or fractional part of a
month....................................... * 26
For shipping cotton not compressed 40
All orders for services above enumerat-
ed must be in writing, addressed to the
Superintendent and signed by legal owner
of the cotton.
Numbered bills of lading will be fur-
nished every shipper upon application. In
no case will the press make out bills of la-
ding .but will examine and “OK” the same
upon presentation accompanied by receipts
wjth proper endorsement and a list ol press
No.’s onsitid receipts. Consignors de-
siring cotton inspected, and condition of
the cottop endorsed on the receipt, must
pOttfy +he welgbeFupon tieket sent hlra. *
f Official! Edwin D/Chadick,
113 6tti Superintendent.
Exchange, Gold and Silver
Bought and hold.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME
Drain. Drawn on all the Prta*
oipal Cltie* of Ktirope.
n. TONE. ,
t. T. HI XSON.
TONE & MUNSON,
■ Dealers in
AND LAUD NCBIP.
Have complete abstracts ot titles lor Den-
ison City aud Grayson county.
Pay taxes, locate scrip and obtain pat-
ents, negotiate loans and collect debts.
once. No. SIS. Main Street,
(Up Sta'.rs.) _
DENISON. -1 - TEXAS.
The Cresset job rMooms
AIK BEPLKTK WITH
FIRST CLASS MATERIAL
I ’ r i »
of all kinds for sxecutlng
PRINTING IN ALL STYLES
On short notics and at
Cresset Prltlng Campany.
JpiKST NATIONAL BANK.
Authorized Capital, $SOO,OOO.M
Paid up Capital, $100,000 OO
Does a Legitimate Banking Bnsinea
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
Sight Exchange bought and sold on pri
cipal cities of the Uiitted States.
Jno. Scullen. Ed. Perry. J. T. Carbry. D»
W. C. Davis, S. G. Eddy. A. H.
Coffin, Jos. Perry. W. S. Lowe.
JOHN SCULL1N. Presidenc.
ED. FERRY. Vict-Presdent
W. H. LOWE. Cashier.
Main St., Opporite Pest Offiae^
WHITE BROTHERS, Pwp’rs.
Skillfull Workmen, Clean Towels, Polite
Attention, Smooth and Easy Shaves,
are Specialities at the 6. K.
COLD AND SOT W2 SATE!,
At all times, in ad seasons, and under all ,
RQF’Give the O. K. a trial when anything
is needed in thetonsorial line. 1-11-t
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DENISON, ... TEXAS.
, — >1 '
Office over National Bank Ruilding.
Will practice in th* State and United
States Courts. Dali Jv 14tf
j. g. Taylor & co., propr.
Main street, near the depot.
O. B. BERRY, IE. D.
. * «
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Omen:—Live Drug Store, Main stnvt,
Kksidknck:—S.-E. Comer Gandy street
and Burnet avenue.
nm It »ll Iron you Mtbias aad will mni, fan |ww
u St! • Mabivo*. St u>u. H>.
TTOB the Speedy Cure of Seminal Weak-
r ness. Lost Manhood, and all dia*
ders brought on by iiidlMretioiM oraxawa.
Any druggist has the ingredleota.
Address—W. Davison A Co., 88 Nassau
St., New York. ■ 8-26:dAWly
so* A CoT. Vtlaod, Maine.
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Burson, J. W. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 179, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 28, 1877, newspaper, April 28, 1877; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524047/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.