Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 84, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 10, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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ot American birth.
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romance, the author graphically describes
the peculiarities of Norse immigrant I lie
in a' Western settlement.
A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by
Geo W Cable, to he begun on the conclu-
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oflhe Cession, and a period bearing a re-
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John Muir, the California naturalist. The
most graphic and picturesque and, at the
same tune, exact and trustworthy studies .
ot “The California Alps” that have yet
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California Lasses, Lakes, Wind Storms
A NEW VIEW OF BRAZIL.—Mr.
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a companion of the late Prot. Haiti, is
now in Brazil, with Mr. ]. Wells Champ-
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ward King in his tour through "The
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THE LEADING EUROPEAN UNI-
VERSITIES. We are now having pre-
pared for Scribner, articles on the lead-
ing Universities ot Europe. They will be
written bv an American College Profes-
sor, Mr. 11. II. Boyesen, of Cornell (au-
thor of "Faleonberg,” etc..) and will in-
clude sketches of the leading men in each
ot th most important Universities ol
Great Britain and the continent.
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to appeal, may be mentioned those on
How Shall we Snell (two papers by Prol.
Lopnshurv.) The New South, Lawn-
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ot the time,” by Dr. J, G. Holland;
record of New inventions and Mechanical
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Bits of Wit and Humor, etc., etc.
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cd region of our country .
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
AFTER JUNE 1st
ROUND trip tickets
at reduced rates will be on sale to the
CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA
TERING PLACES OF EAST
Elegant day coaches from
TTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA
Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars.owned
bv Hie company, on ali night trains.
Sleeping Car Fare Reduced.
Baggage checked through
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK.
-AS WELL AS FOR—
And all Southeastern Cities, should pur-
chase tickets by this line.
A. R. COLLINS &. CO.,
$25 TO $5000 Judiciously invested in
Wall St., lays the foundation lorsnl stan-
tial fortunes every week, and pays an im-
mense percentage of profits bv the New
Capitalization System of operating in \
Stocks Full explanation on application \
to Adams, Brown & Co., Bankers, 2O I
Broad St.. N. Y. 5 20 tin
AND Bit OK E It S J N
City Real Estate,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO-
CATION" OF COLONIES.
Bought, sold, or located on choice
Farming or Crazing Lands.
Bear Sirs tJSTSSia
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
Address Great Western (j,in Works, Pitts-
burg, Pa. j 20 tm
^BENSON S CAPClNEs ?us~
feti See that tacli plaster has the
(\ \ C-A-P-C-I-N-K cut through it,and
insit on having no other. Ask your own
Physician as to i s merits over all otheis.
5 20 im
ROOT AND iSHOK M.iKKR,
REPAIR I NO
NFlTLY & PROMPTLY DONE.
Austin ave., bet. Mam & Skiddv st*.,
. DENISON. TEXAS.
A GENTS WANTED-For the best
zV and fastest selling Pictorial Books
and Bibles. Prices reduced 33 percent.
National Publishing Co., Philadelphia,
Pa. 5-zo-1 m
J. P. QUINN.
PARMER & YOCUM
Having purchased the stock mid fixtures
\ 1 ;,
■. f if
Pioni. Mr. I J Campbell, trill-keep then
bur -MipidiVd with as trie, if not Ibe finest
bnKlds Ol Wines, l.iqiioi-s and Cigars to
b lotind in the city. Co hi St. Louis
licet always on hand.
L •> '
CA L And see us.
For Sale at a Bargain (the Rouso
That handsome new cottage on Wood-
ard street, corner Chandler avenue, op-
posite N. Friend’s residence; located on
four lots; beautiful shade tr es, neat and
shady grounds, well set in Bermuda
grass. By far the most desirable and
liandsome location m the city. House
newly plastered ; fine cistern thirt’-six
feet deep, etc. Apply at once at our of-
House and two lots on Houston ave-
nue, corner Bond street. Located just
rorthof Streepei ’* brick residence. Fine
well; house with four rooms, cellar, etc.
Known as the Caiver place. Price $500.
will sell on monthly payments.
Desirable resi fence property on Bur-
net avenue, corner Bontl stiect, (the
Kn owl ton property,) two lots 50 X iyo:
lots set out in all the choice varieties ol
fruits; house six rooms, etc.
Choice residence lots on Sears and
Morton streets west of Hon. James Leon-
ard’s residence. The valley will he bridg-
ed, affording ease access. Rich, warm
garden soil; Water at twenty-live lect,
soft and pure as snow water. 'I nne giv-
en if desired, to parties who will improve
Lookout Point Farm.
Well improved : twenty acres fruit; new
house, cellar barns, etc. Tract contain*
eighty acres—sixty prairie, twenty tim-
ber—Handsomest suburban property 111
the county, tor sale at a bargain.
Parsons’ Purgative Pir.r.s make New j
! Rich Blood, and will completely change
the blood in the entire system in three j
i months. Any person who will take 1 pill j
each night from 1 to 12 weeks rnav be re- !
j stored to sound health, it such a thing be >
p issible. Sent by mail forS letter stamps, j
! i. S. Johnson & Co.. Bangor, Me.4-1 3'« j
T UK liKSJ i:\( i is AM- OTJI »K>.
MANlTAUTt HEX* BV
ARM ST RONG&WOOD
T«*x:»nn, • lackaon Comity, T«*x»»».
This DIGGER is an mpnnvcmeut on \
all others heretofore in use. L S. Brown !
i & Co., Galveston, I'exas. Agts.f'or State.
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D-rREADER! BEFORE BUYING A
...j... ■ wn 11 ri - ■—— .» ^3 emgcm^esAewmme-wmrmom^ewmmsMmrvuutnms
Do not tail to--.end for my latest 20 page
Illustrated Nev.-sprp tr with much valua
I hie information Fi'oo- Now Pianos,
$125, $135 and 11 pwaids. Now Organs
$65 to $440 Be sure to write me he- j
fore oitying elsewhere. Bowa.ro of im-
itators- Address, Datuol F. llcutly, j
Washington, N. J. 4 25 4W-
AG-ENS WANTED for the best and
1 fastest-selling pictorial ooks and btbles. \
Prices reduced 33 l1(rr ’r-■ National
Publishing Co., I’hila. -1.t. 4 25 4W.
AGENTS WANTED ,,or ,iU,v'Ili,,,e ])i,:
Keeps constnntly on k
hand a large supply of
Beef, Mutton, Pork, San- __
GET YOU It MEAT
• tUr-- ;v •*
1TY4 . 1 Jr-,
at 1 he
OLD STAND ?
A VALUABLE INVENTION.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
216 MAIN STREET.
C. M. WOLF, Agent.
With a complete stock ol Pitre. Liquors,
■ both Foreign and Domestic, Wines, C’i
j gats and Tobacco. 3,-Stf
WILSOM SEWINQ MACHINE ,
in workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, and I - o,j i.
as elegantly finished as a first-class Piano. St received
the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo-
sitions. ET SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other
machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more
WILSON MACHINES sold in the United States than
the combined saios of aS! the others. The WILSON
W!ENDING ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing,
WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine-
Wilson SEWING MACHINE CO.
CHOICE WIIISKY, NO. i CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft.
South side of Main street,
827 & 829 Broadway, New York; New Orleans, La.;
Cor. State & Madison Sts., Chicago, Bils.; and San Francisco, Cal.
k. TERRELL, Agent,
The Palace Beer Hall has been recently
fitted tit) in n neat and attractive s*yie and
liu t.isued with
FINE BILLIARD TABLES.
The Wine Room, which liar, recently
been fitted up, is niceU furnish _d.
^ THE BIST
* the worst-D^tfi
SOLD BY .yfi* -*
SO SIMPLE -
QRAND SOUTHERN SALOON,
J. BAYKAL, Prop’r.
Cor. Main st. and Austin nr.
' ti-m-i y xml
Prices Reduced. Circulars tree. A. J.
Holman U Co. Pbila. Penn.w
HOTJCE out cffisaeuEf?S aso o&Zt RACE pure.
% j), dt im L.n U,Ne NUMBER on 5«u a nnn cs a :
WhiteSewing Machine Co. Cleveland, ohio.
[joo choice residence lots in different
parts of the city for sale by monthly in-
Have some rare bargains in residence
' Five busines houses and lots on Main i
tree', for mile.
WILL BUY AT FAIR RATES
ENDOWMENT LIFE INSURANCE
Nut Payable in Kvrnt of IK-ntli to Children,
(jive name of company, amount, number
and when due. W.D.Hubbard, stock and
note broker, Hartford, Ct. 5>31>,m
Grayson Connly, Texas.
Tliiy town was located by A - R. Collins
in 1S73 in the western part of this count, •
It is now a thriving, prosperous town. A
cordial invitation is extended to parties
desiring to locate. For turther particu-
lars address A. R. Collins. Alamo hotel,
Texas & Sf, Louis
NEW SHOE T LINE
-TO TIIE —
-?•-v" t Tegr ~r~ eht
iT X TC
Have three fine farm* to exchange tor
well located city property.
New buggv and harness to exchange
for lots or residence.
Sixteen improved University claim*. b( •
160 acres each, from three to six miles j
west of Denison, choice lands; improve-j
meats only ordinary, good water, some i
timber—prices lrom $6 to $10 per acres
Two hundred and fifteen acre* two
miles northeast ot Denison on Red River,
tlie old Carruthers farm, known as tha
Montgomery place. The entire tract un-
der fence; well watered and timbered;
130 acres choice second river bottom un-
der cultivation. This is one of 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 acres adjoining Denison will be
1 sold in lots of 10, 20, 40 or 80acres (et $10
per acre. Onc-tbird caili, balance in one
i and two years with to per cent, interest.
In the above tract will be found some de-
j sirable locations for garden and fruit
farms; well watered and timbered.
I N I) r A N rr E K K 5 T 0 U Y,
ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCiSCO R’Y.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Dallas lex.St Si. Louis
EfS^Tlirough Tickets on salo R-t
all Principal Ticket Offices iu
D. WISIIaRT, J
Gen. Pass. Agt. 1 Temple
C. W. ROGERS, | Building
Gen. Supt. J St. Louis
Groceries and Hardware.
jrsszttstwa ramily ufocbubs,
collateral secuiieties negotiated, prop- QUEENSWAKE
erty exchanged, prompt attention given
to subdivisions and surveys in city and -ANU-
i comity*. Copies ot state, city and conn- -
tymaps furnished, and correspondence _T , -r-j X "ID XT
I promptly attended to. Business solicited j E /\ iV LJ VV il LY IT .
[ and satisfaction guaranteed. | _
In Colorado Over Hit; New Mining
Camp at Leadville.
The Excitement Being Greater Than in
tha Eariy Days cf California, or
Later of Pike’s Peak.
The developement of the vast mineral j
resources of LEADVILLE and vicinity
is so ur.precedently rich and abundant, j
that it is attracting the whole country, j
and to aid the large number of people I
who may wish to remove to that favored |
The Iff., K. & T. Railvray
have placed on sale at all their principal
Through Tickets to Leadville,
■ at the very lowest possible rates.
It is conceded by all old miners, who
have visited LEAD\ .LLE anj vicinity, ;
that such rich discoveries have never be- j
fore been made, and that this mining |
camp, in numbers of people and devel- j
opement. surpasses any ever before open-
ed, and the rich discoveries extend over
I a radius of many miles about LEAD-
i VILLE and Fairplav. A trip to LEAD
VILLE will repay any person, whether
interested in mining or not, as it is a
1 sight worth the expense of the trip to
witness. Thousands will go there within
a short period, and the sooner you go the
Persons living in Texas contemplating
visiting LEADVILLE, Denver or Pue-
blo, should remember tnat the line that
i offers the low rates is the M , K. & T.
For through tickets to LEADVILLE,
i Colorado, or other information, call on
or address Geo. S. Nelson. Agent,
at Deniton, or II. !’. Hughes, Southern
Passenger Ag't., Dallas, Texas.
FEOIff THE EAST TO TEXAS.
Passengers from the East to Texas
should purchase their ticketsover the M.,
, K. & T. R’y. the only Railway through
the Beautiful Indian Territory and
ENTER TEXAS AT DENISON.
, Two trains daily from Hannibal, Quin-
cv and St. Louis, and 12 hours quickest
route to Texas.
Jas. D. Brown. General Passenger
Agent. St. Louis, Mo.
T. W. Teasdale, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, Sedalia, Mo.
T^XCEA-SiOR LIVERY, FEEII AND
Mina st., corner Burnet ave..
Thi.* is one of the o'dest rml most pop-
ular saloons m tiie city, and still (ire-
serves its pooularity for keeping pure
wines and liquors, and the best Cigars.
Can also be bad on reasonable term?.
J. 3. McDOUGALL, PropT.
EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS
In the city.
E. ATCHISON, Prop’r.
Ti'.e stable is now supplied with new
buggies, carriages, fine saddle and work
horses ami i* prepared to furnish trans-
portation to any part of Hie State. Hors-
es bought and sold, also boarded bv tiie
day, week or month on lioeral terms.
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Crawford St., near Austin Ave.
Tiie choicest liquors and ali tiie stand
aid brands of imported and domestic ci
gars always on hand.
Call and try the best five cent cigar in
227 Mam street,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Freight and Passenger Accommodations
Superior to an" in the State.
Saddle horses a specialty.
Kiist class wagon yard and a good well
of water. 10,23
GHEEN & JUVENAL,
SALE, FELD AND
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH NAY
HOUSTON &AND PHIW3
Fast Freight Lines,
TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY and CHICAGO.
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
Pullman Palace Sleeping Pars
Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and
intermediate points, without change.
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle :n the State,
RATES OF PASSAGE and FREIGHT
Maps, Time Table*, and Rates of Tick-
ets furnished on application to
P. R . ROGERS,
Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas.
Eighty acres university land, un:m- j
preved, all fenced with post and board
; tence; small box house, springs and ever- ^
! lasting water, six miles northwest from j
Denison; some timber, good tract—terms
$5 50, part cash, part on time; will issue
patent direct to the purchaser. Will ex-
I change for desirable central city real es-
One bundled and sixty acres, six miles
! west of Denison; choice black sandy and
| waxy, all fenced and improved, good
I frame house and out buildings; about I
; one mile from new station on the D. & |
I P. railroad—price Sio per acre.
'linler; N*v5W-jWf*i*f ami rift I
A good stock always on hand and at
prices that defy competition.
A gun shop in charge of Dr. J. M-
Withrow is connected with the store,
where firearms, etc., wiB be repaired in
tiie best style at short notice. 4-17lt
1 Feeder & beebe,
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
1879-PRICE REDUCED. -$1.50.
A Monthly Magazine for Young Readers
Superbly Illustrated. Subscribe now
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UNCLE BILLY BURCH. Prop’r.
HE ECLIPSE STABLE,
JACK GALLAGHER, Proi- r,
F-*ijrt!-}% 7 V*rr<*7 nn»1
: u ft. Alsn Rifle
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A full assortment of all goods in our
line always on hand. Breech and muzzL
loading gun* for rent. Repairing neatly
and promptly done. West Main street
south side, Denison, Texas.
Fresh Beef. Mutton and Pork kept con-
stantly on hand. Spring vegetables a ' Corner
speeialtv. Butter, Egg-. Wild Game and j
Carriages and buggies to let, and No. l
teams always in readiness.
First class accommodations for board-
No i St. Louis Express leaves
Houston daily, except Sunday.7 130 A M
No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex-
press, leaves Houston.daily • ..,6 :oo r M
No 2 St. Louis Express arrives at
Houston daily, except Sunday.9130 r m
Mo 4 St. Louis and Chicago ex-
press arrives at Houston daily.p :oo A M
No, West. Pass, /.gent, 101 Clark St.,
F. L. MANCHESTER,
East. Pa*s. Agent, 417 Broadway N.Y.
A. H. SWANSON, J. WALDO.
Gen‘1 Sunt. G. P. & T. Agt.
Fresh I-’ish always
People s Market-
to be found at the
Burnet avenue, and Main St
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 84, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 10, 1879, newspaper, June 10, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth524745/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.