Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 210, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 29, 1876 Page: 4 of 4
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_iwortmw. wo are
_ _JUml» «T Job work In
i MOM bo done anywhere.
_I at artow that ore reoaontble. Oive
m t eoffS too arltttBtoWbMad that
what ttorliw. Order* by mail will
bo MMOfrfy attended to.
Poot Offlco Directory.
day*. open 1 hoar after the arrival and
distribution of the ioaU from the north.
Northern mail arriv**..—......... 2:30 p. m.
Southern ,4 " ............-IStOO Ul.
Mall clone* going north...........12:00 m.
•• •• *• touth.........- 3:30 p. in
R. M. Gkvimsh, P. M.
0 capacity (MBtajr ha rrq^red) to be
boUt lu the UtMt taapovcd (trie, with all
aeeeaaary atachiaory tor roeefviigr. eieaa-
it.jr. grading. leading and Mating all ordin-
ary gndn. am I* bo oparatadby arfhtr
steau* or bone power.
IwtHdotM* andaok no payment on
the donation until the Elevator I* ready
Please notice that 1 do not propoao to
put up a Warehons only, but an Elevator,
which will give our merchant* many ad-
vantage* and enable them to pay more for
grain tban any other market lu the State
north of Dalla*.
Aside from this. I propone te open
forwarding and atorage business. to ac-
commodate the the merchant* of the adja-
cent country, who are now lorced to ship
their good*‘to other point*, from the lack
of a houre of thla kind In thl* city.
Give Denison these advantages, with
the many now enjoined, together, with
good wagon raid* and the will soon be-
come one of the very best market* In the
Stale, and will be on the atralght ami sure
road to wealth and strength and impor-
tance a* a commercial centre.
Hoping that the honorable gentlemen
will consider well the subject, tiiat they
may be able to see the many advantage*
ana that I may bear from them soon.
I am, Yours Ri speethdiy,
U. L- a. Ksurrut.
2:30 p. m.
12:30 j>. m.
OU! My! (Jjory Hallahijaui! •Old you
see Tom Price (Bennett's darkey) this
Mias W— W-was Impressed, with
a duty to take lb* Waplcs tad Pete Wood-
Irif, but this was strongly objected to by
**L-8-and Ml*s L- M-
O— who asserted * sold and previous
claim, which the chair matalned.
The next name nwtlwped was Mr. Joe.
Brutaclm. Mia* L-M-G-claim-
ed the distinguished honor. Misses C-
A-, K-A-, L-8— and C-
Z-. objected and each claimed the hon-
or. Here was trouble lu the air, and our
little Jenkins crept closer lute bis corner.
Chewing-gum. wig*, talse teeth, and *u<-h
other eueuuibrances were laid aside, a line
of battle formed and the black flag run up.
Just at this dreadful inemeut Mis* K-
B-stepped forward and claimed the
bone of contention. Her claim was grant-
ed and thus was peace restoied.
T. Colemnu Taylor waa carried off with-
out uuy opposition by Mis* C -.
The uaiuea of Messrs. Attwater, Mc-
knight, Charier Lamb Dexter. Lee Kone,
Uaimeinann, Will Lowe Achisou, Will
Simpson. John Waples, B. Johnson, Rob-
ert Modie and Charlie Cunningham were
rilled off the li*r and marked “condemned”
—uutlt for aervic*.
At this important point in the proeeed-
ceeding* our Jenkins was discovered, and
▲atowmiytokt* cold bath and
•xertiM«v«ry wn^M with daab-
balla bat, he won't “whoopda” much
aronnd a woman who puts her hair
on the aide or doee not buy her
cheap dreaa good* at A Teah'a.
A painful aocldont happened to Conduc-
tor George Goat. M. K. A T. R’y yester-
day morning about three o’clock at Mc-
Allister station. While engaged coupling
together some cars, his right hand waa
oaught between the bumpers, and one
•uger taken eff, tlie band waa also badly
Just what ivc wanted. A
beautiful Kcra Cacti emir*
lace tie at the
A good joke on ike Waplcs, is now go-
ing the rounds, but as Ike is a bosom
friend of ours, we refrain from telling it.
You can easily recognise a groat
statesman in Washington by the
agony it gives him to have hia hair
rumpled, and you can always tell a
sensible man in Denison, for he
buys his furnishing goods at Teah’s.
We direct especial attention to a com-
munication o« the local page from Mr. 11.
L. 8. Knifiln Mr. Knifiln makes a plain
statement of what lie proposes to do and
does it lu a busim .as like manner. We
sk ill review his proposition at length to-
Arrival* and Departure* af
Mill and Express arrives,......11:4S a. tn.
•• “ •' I caret,.........3:00 p. tn.
Mtied train arrives................8:80 p. m.
“ leaves,......-.......8:00 a. m.
Freight arrivea,.8.88 p, tn.
leave*.........................8:30 a. tn.
MiD and Express does not rnn Sundays.
M18HOUR1, KANSAS A TEXAS.
Mall and Express arrives,
- “ “ leaves..
Live Stock Express arrives...
*4 M 84 KtVtl • .... w- .... ^ _____ wurw aa-Miiv___
War Freight arrives,.......!!!!!!!!"5:00 a. in!! J^n’d Mi^MgttVTajTor* Tom itUadri- S hiuwrtf "l * ,eljule *fHrb *1"1 ,hu* ad* j ‘“g the Voting lady around the neck
r.jv. . ~ | mittanc*. Look out lor a full report to- and giving her a hearty kiss; protn-
Grind they are
9hose beautiful im-
ported pants patterns
at the 'Star /tore.
Tablfl linens, scarh t, blue, green
and white. Also a large line of
towels, napkins etc., at Louis Born-
stein A Co.’s.
The Yellow Flag store is receiving an
immense stock of spring goods. Give
them a call. 3-15:tf
Ladies call and see the
handsome Hamburg net-
ting at the
A large lot of
Flowers, Ladies and Children’s
hats, trimmings etc., have just arrived
at Spragues’ millinery rooms. -
A two story house consisting of six
rooms below and kitchen. Apply to Mn.
M. M. Orton, corner ot Morton and Sears
The Derby Hat at the
poor fellow, was almost mutilated by the ' The other dav when a prettv and
enraged beauties. After braising him up plucky little Denison school inarm
Hag*, which had enclosed the beautilul i ,, / . , , , , , , u*i oaca, mu ri.
1 was adjourned until to-night—on which j smt one hit. No, not he. He quiet-
v’. “• |. . j ii ... f was anjounieu iimu umiixih—on which stst one hit. mo not lie lie mnet-
SRz\XSZS£Z££&TEt r -> 1^4
leave*................. 5:00 a. in.
Mil RC II DIRECTORY.
8T LUKE'S i EPISCOPALCni'Rf II. 1-
f'ortier of Woodward street and Fannin
ver) Inooked ••supreme.'’ and from the
wit he worked hia eye* ami month, we
would suppose Mr.WiU.had got about fiva
extra turkey* foe diuner ;»l-o OUlBoarboe
for Tom's especial benefit. Tom “ars he
erinon. at 11 o'clock a. m ; Evening come in for a-hare,
prayer, with sermon at 8 p. ro.: Sundny-
*ebe<'l at 3 p. m Rector's residence at
the Rectory on Fannin Avenue.
A SNEEZING SWAIN.
Oh, cub with me. dearest, the beodlight is
Five Cents per Glass,
Six large rooms suitable for families or
single gentlemen. Enquire of Mrs. Cannl-
ford at the dwelling house, on Alain afreet,
opposite the school house. 3-4-tf
Denison Seleot School.
, , i Permanetly located at the M. E. church
new style Hat or scarfs except at A. , , „
-- . ■ 1 joaiAomlanl street. Course of studies
primary. IntermediMtc ami academic.
One of the large front window* of M. j Primary class $2.00 per mouth.
Avi nue. R, v. Franklin W. Adams! hopes t meat Taylor. Pete Woodiief and ' JViLblg so soft ml tlie sea. Gnldsall s store has b en beautifully titled
Rector. Sunday—Morning prayer, with ■ Dubbs the «ame wav. Maybe Ike can And long at thy lattice thy love has beef! j up. and adorned w ith a tasteful display of
Vox. : Umibig. | millinery goods by Mr. Charles Sprague.
__- dreablg. O ifreaWg of tbea! Tlie spring tints are magnificent. and it
Verdi” wrote on an inn table Bee. I dre Mg. Qdreabi* of thee ! ! will pay tlie ladles to call and look at them.
i*ed in the future never to buy his !
Intermediate class *3.00 per month.
Academic class $1.00 per muiith.
2-23-tf O. AV. Kr.KLSR. Principal.
'ood News Fcr AIL
Tki noat eoaoplate u4 vxried aa-
•oKtoont of IxtliiiM, toitoto xad cUl-
dwM* ftwy ampad and plain W,
in town opensi this a. n. at the pop-
ular atot* ot Loaia Bornatoin * Co.
3. M. HUI, tailor and bihimabto antler
311 Main scmaL TIm antdngav making of
Geuts Shim ami Boy* and Youths cloth-
ing a specialty. Cleaning and upahlag
done with acatuoaa sad dispatch. 8-28-if.
1500pieces of prints
just in at the
She leap year hat at
the /tar /tore.
The lady admirer, Gents
Hat at the
For Rent, the cottage house-of H. P.
Matthews, situated corner of Houston
Avenue nnd Woodard street Hear the
Alamo Hotel. Apply at the I.e Grande
Saloon, corner of Austin avenue and Main
St- Luke’s Episcopal Church.
The dally service during the week
through Lent is changed to 4.30 p. m., ex-
cept Wednesday, when It will be held at
0.30 p. m.
Bishop Garre't’» lecture an Darwinism,
heretofore annauoced, will lie given on
April21st. due notice of width will be
made through the column) ef the L'rbs-
Free lunch every day and night at 10 a.
in. mill It p. in., at tin- Rancho Saloon.
flic same old Sour Mash Whisky la
sold over tlie bar a* usual. Also 20,000
Havana cigar* received this day,
Investigations ate tlie order of the day ;
so. resolve vourself Into a onnuittec *nd
look after the new good! just received at
Achtson’s drug store.
METfwnisT Errsrop.ir.nirnt ir.-
P.ev. M. A Daugliertv. Pastor. 'V"<>d-
ard «‘rrs t. near Rusk Avenue. Stind >y
•ervice* sr II a. in., .and 7-30 p. m. Ssh-
tlmt uuieterpieee ealh d -‘M'seri-p” in And th' s>‘ new goods iuat received -Mrs.-prague displays a rare and euliivat- Large,
tilts ‘Tpov.v orv” utter com potting itA. Tcah’j. ed taste lu her particular aue ol bttsiaess, j call at ti
Facts are Stubborn
is an unden>
in a |wmt elieim'—he would never
... __thought of “misev.” lmd heexam-
bath sefimil at 3 p. m.: Pmvrr imo-iing. ined that beautiful line of tashiona-
send yuur'diililiTuui ihe8unilay-*«liool. | Just received a A. * uh a.
Engineer Dell. if.. K. A T. Ry
!v purr ha <ed four lot- nf Messrs. Tone A
Munson in the west part ot town, and lias
line dwelling house.
I'lNlSON BAPTIST rnrUrtT—Fornei
of Main street and Barrett avenue.
Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.. and
7:33 p.m. Prtiver meeting Wednesday erei t^I a
night. Rev. R W. Holemnii. Pastor,
ltn-iness meetings. Friday niglil liefore
the seeond and fourth Sunday of each vid build en them immediately,
Captain Poff who lives on cast Main
street ha« just flmshed digging a well on
h;s premi-es. Trouble was anticipated, as
f f r i t9 i
»nc grear objection urged *gHin*t buying UO. C f ilCv titai
, property in that portion of the towo, In
recent-1 the scarcity ot water. The Captain tound
water at a depth of twenty leet. and is en- S,.
tli o«ia*tii: over Ills success. The water 1- ’ i"t'
O L ,1, • a
- il l t ,
» . JI . i eC / 1.
The water i* ’ •'
■Several of the bc-t quality, and tn quote tlie Cap- C
more rai r a I men have i.ought lots and tain’s language, “there is oeeatu of it,” | * *’/i’
na . < ii^c
rifST PHESRYTEKIAV CHURCfT—
t urner of G m 1y street and Burnet 'nve-
> e. F -tor. Rev. .1. ('arson. Servlet- /”.* , f , . , / ’
every s,(ti!i:,ih at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. , - t!r.. c - .il. C./sl- ll.iL i. O
Td the L*die3,~The only pine.,
you can gel a genuine ‘'Alexandre'’
kid flow is at Louts Honistciu .V Co
&onts' French Calf Ulstsr Soctc-ln
slock at M. (loldsoll’s -20 Main st.
medium and small, are invited to
tlie DvtiiHtui Dollar Ntore
| mill examine the Immense iB*p:ay ol ur-
lieles for sale, at the give away price oi
Can please man, woman or child for
$1.00. Tobies Pours*.
120 Main street, three door* above Post-
olBco. , 3-2: lm
Lettuce Juice Soap.
Cannot be surpassed for its softening and
refreshing qualities. Fot sale at tlie Live
707 Mtinstrret, D*ni**a.
Is prepared to inak*
HUM’S IN THE L ATEST 8TVt.ES,
i.nd.iy Rctmol m S p. m.
P l Sf •*
. j A lar^ of men arc at work en
Ml... .. . . e .... . .V V ...
HI. fATRrrK’S (ROMAN CATTTOM< )
riTT;R< II—IJf’v. Fninoi* TL*ru»». Pimtor
Srvi. E:iriy Ms-t, 7:30 a. m. i<‘til! Urging the at ck vurds
> aster Srtnd.iy. from then until Nov.
in.. M’s. in. High Mas«. and sermon
at 10 ». ni. Sunday-school at 5 p. m.
Black Hills Correspondence.
A\’r direct t special attention to our valu-
able correspondence on tlie second page,
from Sidney, Nebr itka. We are promised
I regular letter* from our correspondent,
The cattle drive who is none other than our bosom friend
tills coming reason to this point, is e.Ui- ‘ George A'. lurreL 1 eiTel was late
\Y. A. Arbi.
mated bv stock men win have recently
local editor of the Scdalia Democrat, and
lain now iimmifnctunng good iixcel-
First call, first choice, the »tor Matn-asM for $8.80 to $7.00. Call
Cll'lJ blue and Cental nial, and ext. due my good, at J. M. Sheeder's
stri/jed ladies' hose at the 1 .....
y i f f >/ i
j r i 0 yo s oj Old mbu ry
O ■ ‘ t ii?
yiKCroiaory at the
Cutticg, Fittinjy. Clcsnlng. amt RunevstlBf
a specialty. His sell know u repnstion
throughout tlie blatn is a guarat to* that to
will give satisfaction. Caliuud exanin* hi*
• tuck, ami Icara hia piic*i. Sdltf
JAS. J. CAMPBELL, Prop’r.
! MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS.
A SSO t SC EH ESTS.
Tljc uniform pri«’**of will l»e oh urged fnr an*
ronmeineiitt under thifc hi»<i J nr aria lily m
ron Tnr iM HFR
e iar . , ore.
visaed tile cattle regions, to he over one bis newspaper experience lit* him partle-,
liuodreii tiiAiisand head, an Ine-case over nlarly for tin? duties of a correspondent.
last year's shipment of about thirty-tkom- Be is a memlier of t ol. < arpenter s espi - Wautccl
and head. dition. Me vouch peisonullj for every To h t a contract to construct a cistern
. , | word George writes. I on Main $t and il■auston Av".. for plan*
a he best pace to buy n mother- — - ----- *„.| M,eei.l,:atious cull at 225J Main St.
I in-law—marsotilo*—hut tno bcsl
--------- —| pluco to buy new and stylish lints.: Old mount \ cauvitta is spouting j
rtj* stecti.n to iiu place the ltth of Juno is;*, scarf*, tic*, ftuiii-bing goods utni1 forth Arc and and melted lava again ]
ev*rv thing iu dry goods at the; day and Bight. People in Naples j
j lowest price* is at A. Tcah'a | pronounce the sight magnificent-:
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money I on nod on personl *e-
ritrlly and deeds or trust, by
ll.Mitmlok, 2S36MhIu street.
T wo neatly furnished sleeping rooms in
Hip Diu-iuorv House, well vanlilated, anti
vvaniad hv liealer*.
Apply tn IIai Dt.Ns.MORF, this office
W. A. Tinna. i.,
Chairman Fire Committee. , n‘" l,,ro'»Vl*‘V'"'
WiW to snaounc. th. ".mo j .....*.................... Lot’s go see it t hut before going. ■*- 50 a X'dlon.
« i A nunlbfr of ol,r nnf«r,un*»« F0'"'^ drop i.i »•. Tcali’s and examine Ins
M-aketlon loth* office of Uty Tr*a»ur*r. nien who have b.-cn sighted by the Com- ( nu^ Is of all kinds.
FOB WAItsnvi.. I nutlre on Invitation, to the Lean Year ;
▼P. »r* suthoriied to annmi*** th« n*m* ! I’ar,y have resolved them-elve. into a , Alvord,ConductorM. K. ft T. R’y.
ef H. PR ATT MATTHEWS for tlie ‘*)l<n t-< ..rc.tluh. ' Jke Maple*, presi n. cultivating a very ugly strawberry wart All 1(16 nfiQS
Go lo I.cbfrmanti"* lor choice liquor*,
cigars nnd har fixtures. Old Cook whisky
For i a“e and convenience In mpmlhig
torn money, nothing equals tlie mucilage
at Ache “On's ilrqg store.
< t f City Msrsbul.
There b,<* been considerable cotton on
the street* t«-d*y.
The M., K. A T. may car will arrive
sometime this evening.
The sleek yarels when enlarged will »c«
camrnodatc rfearly five tbansand head of
(lent and Pete Woodlivf. secretary. It is, on t!ic h ft-li ird corner of ins cliin. It is
already large and a goodly number have a ad niisfortunc tiiat hi« beauty sliould be |
rtluscd li.'jein and arc Mill on tlie anxious so marred ; ml it Inis luierlcred with Ids
The wart is
scat hoping to get a special invitation.—
It is an acknowledged fact 1 That
those satin striped open worked
piques just received at Louis Boru-
Trimming all dress fabrics is to be
THE mode for the coming season. . .
And to supply this want, call at j ^ Lm'*, are the handsomest
Sprague’s Millinery Booms. 11^ found in Denison.
Our or two valuable dogs have been i Tlie movements ol R. A. Cruce are There will be a grand opening ot
curled up sudden!*, for indulging in t« o faithfully chronicled in "Tlie Morning ' Wal.-hcs saloon lids evening in Sherman,
m Ii poiseoed meat. | Glory.”' There was a time vttien tins ed- j «'v«r‘d imrllen living in Denison have at-
Charley Dexter late of Aebaaon> drug ! itor o( ,hal i’aP‘-1'“idft tlic 01'
s'ore, it now the gentlemanly clerk in ; Cruce's «it; then Mr. Cruces movements
Beat's coafectionaiT evtaiillsiimfiit. did not attract quilh so much pu die no-
I tice. There U an old saving, "kick a dog
It was reported on the streets this morn-1 Mcl hc wU| [jke you all the better.”
ing, that Doran, wh# killed Policeman
'ioauo.o, and Laiui.en 2 Xinfli63
dresses at the . ,
? - i nil iiistnictions for making 1000 lieau-
ftar Store. Idful and useful articles for tint household.
...... fne on receipt of 25 cents. Ail-
Tha Palace of Fashion M iiam.m.Lock Box331, Di-ni-
i*oll. Texas. 2-lS'tf
| luxuriance of the hair, it m excedlngly
•dan ! and soothing, will allay fill Irritation
of the «kin and keep it soft smooth and
olear, only found at the Live Drug Store.
For Pole or Trado.
A commodious residence on Woodard
street, 24x!tl feet, two rooms, lot oOxt2U.
Enquire of J, M. Siikidku.
None but the finest Wines nnd Liquor*
kept ou sale.
Evcrr attention paid to customer*.
HIE JR A SC HO,
No. — Main at.
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
Fine old Pour M»*h Wbitky will slw*y»
lie found at tha t>ar.
Complete stock of TYin.i, Liquor* snd
| Ci; *rs always on l.&nc.
j 2-24 :tf
T'VENSION DYING. RF.NDVATISO
IJ AND REPAIR SHOP,
Skiddy street, oppoilto tli* Nplfon lloust.
CUBIST NALTE, Prop’r.
Gent*'eonls, pant* and reita *r»] 4veJ,
elcaiiicd sial neatly repstird, vnd units to
look a* lull n> new. It I fail to pl***« you.
t o charge will h« made. 1 .dies' lilk and
woolen shun ts and dressei of every de*crip-
tion sri died, cleansed »ud i*stor»d to their
’ original prittin* petfrrilon. 3:t-tf
A? ",.A *. - * -
l'atni.an had been ser.tcneed lo be hung.
Our little dried-apple eotempornry was
A SEAL FACT
You tan .save at least twenty-five
e.'ptcd iuyltatlon* to attend
line just opened at J.ouis Bornstein '' ' 1 'U1IM . ^ n,n!1! 1 S|^K-
1300 yd8 of Fmiioais jdaifl pivii-|
a«l i iu*.
1300 yds of Iron frame lure groti
To Euildors nnd riaatercra.
I now keep on hand a full supply
Minv. wiix a-appiv VUUIH|fUnilJi HUB j | . . . • I ---- ............. - rw * ti lin' 'W. | Vi'iti'.
miserably thin this morning, and the ' Pcr eent- l'.>' P'irchn«'ng any article : jfhlivc Lime. F*r sale hi any quautiliei, *,(h) yds of fVllU'liuiiil silk St ill f Street.
--------------- von mar need either in Hit lurn-1 fruni bn.-l.ei to a ear loud. Please • -■ : ■
Mode to Ol der I v Phil. Ileimfonl, the
Out of good material and Warranted to !
viand in any eliuinte. Cali and If :yt'e vour
orders, next door to 8jir»gitci, on Main .
rJ,HE NELSON HOUSE
U. W. IVILTEII8, Pr«pfl«for.
Convenient to the Busin*** Portion
of the City.
Cor. Main and Rusk it reft*,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
CnrxSfT reporter was driven to the streets
A ear load of very fine earn fed catt’e
w.II be shipped north this evening. They tJ,’e lowest,
are consigned to Mulhnll A Scaling, Na-
tional Stock Yanis.
The Annie W»ite Combination.
yon may need either in ________________ _ ___ ______ _______ , , -
ishing or dry (roods line from A. I „jvellle ft ca[| Corner Main street und i opt) \i v •„ a>,;-i : ICQ tiieces
Teuh Every thing new fresh, and Lr.uiiroad. lW™ M<>h*W 1,n,11 tofu?, h ”
sti lish, and 2d per cent, lower than
II. L. S. Knitfis.
Jutt thln'f of it! I’laid, plain,
: We noticed la«t evening that the tpri'inc S|,.jp,„l I,d fancy dress goods, by
’ wind which pervaded Monday night, blew t|,t. ,.;lsi0 rtt Loins' Bornstein & Co.’s
. down quite a numiier of frame buildings
thi, evening in Sherman. The D*n o( the cUv. A dwelling
liras* band accompanies them. From Sber-; hotlw on Gil,dy strc,t ,va, blown from its
man they go to Bonham and Paris. j feim),ation a,d‘H|mo,t u„)p,w, ovcr. The
Notice. j Ladies genuins
Montgomery A Scott .ire tlie authorized Hair switches OIK* of the Spo-
agents for renting Nolan's Hall, by the ; riulitios at S]imgUo> for tin*
Col. Jim. Leonard «iys Doc. Warrick I* j family moved out ot it during the storm. | night. we»:k or longer tune. : coming season.
Partius wi-tiing to use the nail can con-!
to the I tract with them or the proprietor of l.e ! The Cashemcrc i.aeo Tie, (he
firamie saloon. 2-1-4 tf f.ndies fitvorit* a’ Spragues’
dlsgustf*d with the cold weather in Phils-1 Henry Ricley's new dwelling whieli was
it >Jphta. andwsWs to return to the land *f' »lmo-t e.miph ted was leveled
j ,cr |-'Ii i.i I -printf and fl«>«rr“. gnmud.
ICO pieces enihroiilerieA and iu-
iiilitos * j Verting* at popular prices at Louis
300.vtl.Hof Melange mixed nluida. j ByrusU‘in & Cy’’'*
looo i»:tir of LtnUeH kidn all The only housfi
il in x''ti;1 S‘ 1 • 1 1 ! Ill tilt* city making a special-
1 Radies jdam stud jilnid Iiph. jv (lf niillinery, ltnlies dress
trimmings, und fancy goods, is
A. Spragues’ No. 220 uext to
1st National Hank.
Bilk saJ Lao j Ties, latest styles
and in endless variety, just opened
■it Louif P"rnf tein ,V Cr.
— Main street,
J. 1SAYNAL, Proprietor.
Op«n il»y ami night. Meal* 97 c*nl*.
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Burson, J. W. & Day, James H. Denison Daily Cresset. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 210, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 29, 1876, newspaper, March 29, 1876; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524142/m1/4/: accessed June 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.