Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 179, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 28, 1877 Page: 4 of 4
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DENISON DAILY CRESSET
? A THE DAY. i : : : APRIL 2$. 1877
F. r the Charter Ejection to bo held on the
Second Mouday «a Jnn«. A- »- 1877.
|7*E !>re authorized to announce MAJ,
V R. M. GRUBBS.
rr£ aPe authorized to announce Mr.
0, K. 0?MALEY.
A Clear Field.
W. N. Southern, agent tor the Singer
Sewing Machine Co., rotated t» to in-
form bis cmtomers that their monthly
payments can be made to J. H. Fish pool,
who has charge of the office in this city.
This office keep* constantly on hand a fell
stock of machine supplies, such as needles,
attachments, oils, ate. The Singer to the
only machine in the field now; and hating
stood Ute test of years comes out victorious,
Mr. Southern is agent for and controls the
sale ot the Singer machine in Texas, north
or Dallas, and he Is making the Smger
show up well. His mode of dealing has
made him a great favorite—he haviug
made it a point to make every machine
give satisfaction. You do not find the
the Singer lying idle and useless where It
is sold. Every machine is warranted,and
the gentlemanly agent, Mr. S., will see
that it gives satisfaction.
roeromcB dxnisq* cmr, Matson coun-
Sour-mash whisky at the Bank ex
change. - 1 2 tf
ToB ASSNSSOlt AND COLLECTOR :
11 'e are authorized to announce Mr. A.
\ T H. COFFIN.
TE are authorized to announce Mr.
JOHN HOLFORD. *
J'j'epu '•£ . P1"/ .
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
vvTe are ‘authorized to announce Mr. R.
\ Y J. WHITE, late of the Kansas City
Sulphate Cinchonidia $1.10
oz. retail*. $ I 00 in job lots
of 100 ozs. at Montgomery &
Scott’s drug store. 4 27tf
Sherman has actually been
built up bv the overflow from thisjpity, of
parties who have been unable' to Jtet
houses to live in here. For the last tine*
winters it has been Impossible to procure
a house In this city notwithstanding new
ones had been had been built every sum-
mer. This coming season let our monied
men see to It, that enough houses are put
up to accommodate all who may come
here next winter—and then put the rents
at a reasonable figure. Proflt need not
mean extortion. » j> ; ,( j i
A good assortment of ladles and misses
shoes at the Dollar store 4 14if
John Thompson again Satur-
day May 5th.
Go to the Dollar store to get bargains.
As election approacnes an-
B0 cts will get nice house slip-
pers at Sherburne’s.
The following arrivals are reg-
istered at the Alamo Hotel April 88,1877 t
P Harrington and wife, New York, D C
Brady, Baltimore. Md; James Abernathy.
Molirn, 111; M H Pierce, San Antonio; D
Babbitt, Vinlta, I T; II H Warner, Par-
sons, Kansas; Harry E Blood, Denver.
Col; Edward Van Tuyle, Atoka, IT; W A
Weld, Caddo; J M Arrington, St Louis; J
F Sweeny, Washington, Pa; A L Kerlin,
Lewlstown, Pa; J W Brown, Houston; Z
A Woodaid, Ft Scott; W T McConnell,
The following letters were In the Deni-
son poet office uncalled for April 88,
1877. If not called for in four weeks, they
will be sent to the Dead Letter office.
Persons will please call for advertised let-
ters, giving date of advertisement.
Dan. In Webster . P. M.
Addington Jarretl J obnaoii Johnathan
Allen James Johnson S F
Allen John Johnson Win
Adams Hester Kettoji Lewis A
Battle Amanda 2 Karball Mabrilda
Lamb Bhas L
MeDeniel Mrs E
Newcomb W S
Perrin W J M
Porteo C W
Rowell A L
Huger M K
Stuart Marv L
Stalev Jas VV
Smith G W
Tracy W H
Wait A H
William Frank 2
Williams M E;
Williams Mollie K
Doaieslic and Imported^
Liquors by the bottle, gallon.etc.,sold
yery reasonable at Louis Lebrecht’s. 4-26tf
MoBrier whisky—the flaeat In the mar-
ket at the Bank exchange, 18 tf
Meal bolted and unbolted at Collins’
Custom Mills, Woodard st. 315
cent, nun am i
L&dibs’, Misses’ and Children's
If r Mil
Corn meal tor sale by the sack, barrel
or car load, bolted or unbolted, at CoUtus'
Custom Mills, Wpodard at, Denison. J15
Baeley F M
Brown Lillie M
Borah W S J
Brvant VV J ^
Bales Wm J
Carder Jas B
Campbell G VV
Dodson James W
Deem VV m
Ford J T
Garrison G W
Hobson VV C
Hoffman John R
Hay C P
Jones John R
Horse teed ground and for sale at Col-
lins’ Custom Mills, Woodard st., Denison.
Try it. 3 15
Manufactured on tke French Last, with Full
Flour iresh and sweet at Colhns’ Cus-
tom Mills. i- 3 13
The ouly pawn broker’s office in the
city is now open opposite GohiaoH'v Jew-
■har— r' ” ”------ ----irletor. New
eliy store, R. N. Brown, proprietor. New
and second-hand articles bought and sold.
Fresh family Grocer lew,
Store and cellar full and more on the
way at J J Collius. Jl 14
To all lovers of a fine article of whiskey
we would say, that at no place in the city
can a better brand be secured than at the
“Kentucky Whiskey Depot ” kept by the
Eppsteiu Brothers; we know whereof we
Boots and Shots
Tram Burning cm,
New potatoes. green peas, celery, aspar-
agus. At Alamo grocery, Main street,
near Alamo hotel. 3 30 liull
For Style, Fit, and W6rk~
All goods made from the choicest re lectio*
of the belt material, and told by the pofm-
lar dealers throughout the country.
tSTMall Orders Promptly Atteuted to.
The Eppsteiu Bro's at the great Ken-
tucky Whisky Depot” make a specialty of
tine Brandies and Wines in bottle or bulk-
fbr family nse; and parties needing those
articles would do well to call on them be-
fore purchasiugelaewbere. 5-12:tf
THE NEWEST TYPE
And largest stock of Stationery In
North Texas at the Cresset office, if you
and Parties can now be supplied at
shoit notice and at the very lowest terms
at Shaw’s Pity Bakery. 3 19 tf
Several overcoats were notice-
able on our streets to-day.
The veraada in front of Nolan
Hall is soon to be constructed.
Five hundred pieces of fancy prints at
the Dollar store. 4 14tf
Improvements of all kinds are
noticeable lu all portions of our city.
Marri'age is a knot, though
occasionlly cut. can never be untied.
Several’ more parties from
New York State are expected here shortly.
Eufaula wants a cobbler—not
a sherry cobbler but a boot and shoe cob-
The city was unusually full
of teams to-day and business was very
Drop in at Williams’ metro-
politan tonsorail rooms this evening and
he happy to-morrow.
Will Southern was%in- town
yesterday an 1 to-day looking after the
Singer SewingMachrinointerests., »£*,
Owing to the small house Prof.
Harrington did not give any pertormance
last night. All money was refunded.
We received to-day from Mrs.
Stevens, of the Lamar House a handsome
and fragrant boquet, tor which we return
We would call the attention of
our many readers to the card of Tone and
Munson, Real Estate agents of this city.
This firm furnishes full abstracts of titles
to property and pays taxes and attends to
all business for non-residents with prompt-
ness and above all with reliability. We
advise anyone wishing to purchase land
either in the city, county or State to give
these gentleni"n a call.
Our eastern friends have some
very curious views regarding the Indians.
For their benefit we will state that if they
will compare the five civilized tribes with
any section of even Massachusetts, con-
taining the same number of inhabitants,
the Indians will come out ahead on every-
thing, including education and civiliza-
Grocery Store in town is J M.Brown’s
4 27 tf
Several new frame dwellings
are going up in the western part of the
city and a stone anil two frame ones in the
- njrtMsm partt wii****** mWkmm
Thousands cured of throat and
lurnl complaints bv this new princlplc,Dr.
J. H. McLwb’s ebugft »wl lung Heaiteg
globules. As they dissolve in your mouth
a healing gas is generated which pene-
trates every cell and cures coughs, colds*
consumption. Trial boxes 25 cts. by mall.
Dr. J.H.McLean, 314 Chestnut, St. Louig.
And Eggs always to be found at Ma-
loney’s. 4 27 2t
Divine services at St. Luke’s
church (Episcopal) Sunday morning at 11
a. ml Sunday evening at7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 9 a. m. TxL.aU the service,gf
_ , . , this church, strangers, friends and especi-
Bxercise IS conducive to #uy the ueiglihors are cordially Invited.
warmth. We give this information for the
benefit of tttosfrWtiO have already hypoth-
ecated .their otercoat*. .
JSiOcaP option' and pBiti-local
option counties are pretty well sandwich-
ed all oyer the State. This is very con-
venient for either keeping sober or getting
Two shots were fired near the
the southwest corner of tho Park last
night, and several men werC seen in that
vicinity, but as yyt, thf«* has nothing
The sidewalk is npw Complet-
ed on the west side of Austin avenue
from Main to Woodard street. It Is very
fiilHo Campbell; the. auction-
wu* tot4ibUl<x! to tho thanks ot a Urge
of our Citlxous. for the »We-
watli on. Aus|in avenue between Main end
Woodard streets. Tilts piece oi walk was
Rev. Edward Lewis,
Newport ties $1 50 at Sher-
Mr. R. J. White, formerly of
the Kansas City Store, will be found
among our announcements for Marshal.
Mr. White has been long and favorably
kuown to our citizens, and we hare no
doubt would faithfully fill the position he
seeks, if elected. . ..
Lard just received at Maloney’s.
Kelley Inland Catawba
Very low at Louis Lebrecht's. 4-26tf
Hams, sugar cured, just received at
Noble & Butler
Sells Furniture cheaper than any house
in the city, «, 4-19tf
’ Radish ut Wood’s grocery store ^
Syrup, the tinent in the, country, just
received at Maloney’s. _ 4-27-2t. t
At Louis Lebrecht’s.
Teas now being received at Maloney’s.
Forty Years Ago.
The never failing success uttending Dr.
A. Cj. Hiuunons' Vegetable Liver Medicine
iiqw in popular use for nearly forty years,
for the cure ot all diseases Originating from
a disordered liver, ought to be a sufficient
guaranty of its efficacy. But to remove
all possible doubts, the proprietors of this
celebrated medicine propose a free test ot
its virtues, and for this purpose have sent
a quantity of sample packages to bo given
away to any one applying for them. It Is
a purely vegetable compound, and as
harmless as your tea or coffee. Lay aside
your prejudice against patent medicine,
ami give this old, reliable and celebrated
medicine a trial. It costs you nothing,
and may saveypi thousands of dollars in
doctors’ bills, or possibly your life,
M. A. Thedford* Co., Pron’rs.
4 26 d&w3m Chattanooga,Tenn.
A LARGE STOCK
Of Shipping Tugs just received, and
will be printed to order at the Cresset
Will get a pair ot ladies’ gaiters at
_the Dollat store which would cost
And Ushers can get a full supjdy of
eatables at.Shaw's (Jitv Bakery. 3 lUlf
But pure extracts and the best soda
....... " '
water sold at Shaw’s City Bakery.
$1 Will get a ladles’ hat at^ the Dollar
store which would cost $2elsewhere
4 14tf .......
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want job work call and examine.
Two Nice Bed Boom* to Let
Situated on Woodard street in the rear of
Merritt’s grocery store. Both rooms are
nicely plaatured; one fronting south—up
Also two ether houses and lots In Cook'*
Addition to Denison, wells, and oo« with
Apply over Hanna A Waples store to J.
M, Cook. , vAJ.. 3 80 luaccu
Of cvery color and qualltv Just recett*
ed and neatly printed at Uie CutsaxT office
Millinery and Dresa-Making £*tab-
Hard Time* l
Money scarce, goods low at the Dollar
In all goods at the Dollar store. 4 14tf
Pure Havana five centclgarsatShaw's
224 Main street. 3 27U'
Every night at Shaw’s City Bakery.
The cheapest place in Denison, by far Is
the Dollar store. Calkand see. - 414tf
Soda water In the,‘city at Shaw’s City
ILkury. 1 1 4-11-tf.
A nice line of pique aud white goods at
reduced prices at the Dollar store. 4 14tf
in tlie soda water sold at Shaw’s City
Bakery. ' 4-ll-tf.
A Fall Line
Of tine tobacco, cigars and snuff at
Maloney’s. 4 27-2t.
For Two Weeks Metre.
Dr. Strassrrfan lias accomplished In re-
storing the most Complicated eveslglut bv
Ills practical and skillful application of
those new combination Alaska Crystal
spectacle# *tnd- twteirtejteghwset,
While all radical skill and surgei
have exhausted every nerve and
failed hi every attempt, he will bring
Pleasant and nicely furnished rooms, at
the Dinsniore House, southwest corner of
Main and Burnett. Apply to room to.
17, upstairs. > 37tfcc
Go to tho Dollar store for embroideries,
ladies’ ties, kid gloves hosiery and notions.
: : .j ^ . . i .t
Mr. Jinuney Guiterras has furnished
rented bv the night, or for a period bf
Mrs. Ballou has rented the oremises for-
merly occupied bv Mrs. Van Vossen, ou
south side of Maine street between Rusk
and Bui nett avenue’s. Her facilities, aud
long acquaintance with the millinery and
dress-making business enables her to do
work at tlie shortest notice, and in ntyiiw
to suit all. Anticipating the demands
from season to season of her lady custom-
ers she will exercise great careluluess. in
the selection of materials, with the super-
ior judgment and good taste which many
vcnrsexperieuoe enables her to. Him baa
several skillful lady workmen who asawi
her In the millinery and dress-makiug de-
partment. A full and complete stock ot
millinery goods, the latest novelties lust
IF YOU WANT
Bill heads, letter heads, buxines cards,
envelopes, letter circulars. IBank receipts
or orders, (sisters, or anything call at thw
Cresset office •
To the Ladies of Denison.
Mrs. Boldrick aud Normau have rented
the premises No. 106 Main street, tour
doors east of Post Office. They have hews
fitted up In style surpassing any iniUlucry
and dress making esfablishment in our
city. The largest and best selected stock
of goods, consisting of every thing in the
millinery line ever displayed in our city,
has just been received frem the North. A
specialty, remodUog ami doing over tedUe
hats. A dress making departuefic, where
several Skillful lady wbrkinen are employ-
ed, Is attached to the establishment. Don’t
fait to call and examine the uew stock ot
millinery goods,spring and summer styles.
M H !'», ‘ ' i W - If . !>
a week, or longer If desired.
rnueu 111 every anenipx, ue win uriua » ”■ ed- Sleeping
hack the full vision clear, distinct, pereep-J apartments can be procured at all hours
beranew and obstacle to which tbe eyes are
Muslins ami cambrics in different brands
at reduced prices^it tlie Dollar store. 4 14lf
We understand some coward-
ly blackguard cursed a lady at Nolan Hall
last night, Wc thought all such con-
temptiWe (MlppreB bad long ago left the
town. Their room Is far better than their
The lenses bein^r formed on the trne op-
tic principles and the models kept perfectly
exact; the crystal carefully selected free
from striae, bubles and many other imper-
fections. Tne sight Is preserved aud
strengthened and no double images ap-
pear while looking at bright ohjects.
iMTOfflce at the Alamo Hotel.
Fr*»h C anned
Goods now being received at Malo-
Uokout for the Auction Sale
rFo-morro\V nt It o’clock at
Ladios hand made polish
boots for 33.00 at Sherburnes. Warranted.
fit themg^eiiB Jbiu
hafd1 a great many
. *' ..in An<>.«iUKfRC(|l^l04«ti*iMh. ' •
McDOW ALD’S SALESROOMS
(Opposite Kansas.City Store.)
A large stock of Bankrupt effects from
Chicago Auction Houses. ,, -.p,
Fin© Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry,
r Etc., Et*.. Etff. "'It
W. S. MCDONALD, Aih tioncer.
457if. . .. .• .
As I hav© decided to discontinue tbe
practice of medicine In Texas, I request nil
to whom I am Indebted to pre sent their
accounts for pay incut once; also requeat-
all who areindebted to me for professional
services to Call at my office imn—*'
.tint. ’ ' '
ill mi' m-m. uinaiic ni mic uuii, nuii
next door to Valley House, Main street,
! 4-1 ltf.
In all tbe latest designs at Noble and
Butler's. 4 Hltf
; i 1. ,
Bolted meal, graham flour, corn, oats,
ground horse feed, country produce. Ac.,
for Mjte at O0IH4*’ Qustom Mills, Woo-I-
ard st., Denison, near ll;e cornor of Aus-
tin live nue. 3 1ft
1 : f >W> 'I • U mn-
An Entire : f .0;
New stock of groceries »t hard times
prices at W ood’s grocery storp. 4-l»tf
Direct from China at Wood’s grocery
store. ~ 4-20tf
If you want to uwar *le~
A New 8l«©k 1 •■■■*«
Of Furniture at Noble A Butler’s
. ■ ■ 1 ■ * £ * 'fill', »D>OlB i'll
^ ^*b^ratiye» and lemohe r^celVcfl to-
<lsy at thaw’s City BAk&V. , Ti W-
Oi i>J toiicri vi't'tn cvi
Maiu'Atdetv <■' .) i 4.l9tf<[iiJa»g ........................
at *tf>l u; trysv” r
Rooma foi; Bent.
At the large two story building on Main
street opposite the school bouse. Plenty
ofclstej-n water on the premises. The
rooms are suitable tor family orslhgleg©n-
tlcwan. During too spring and summer
mouths thl© is one of file most desirable
locations la the oltr. Terms n-iisoiihble.
loealiona fa the olty. _
Apply to Mrs. Cannifocd
\ '11a 'A Urtfea.
evt and perfect fit-
ting clothing, Me tke mw
and stylish garment#
are‘receiving*' daihj and
selling dt lower prices than
any other house in Northern
imi oili -1
•I. ItfHffflVfi’BFUBOOATIONBI ,
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.