Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1880 Page: 3 of 4
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UNCLE BILLY BURCH, Prop’r.
Fresh Beef, Mutton and Pork kept con-
stantly on hand. Spring v*getibles a
specialty. Butter, Eggs, Wild Game and
Fresh Fish always to be found at the
People’s Market. 4.17*
ENTUCK.Y WHISKY DEPOT.
T>T AKTHM Stool, Cover and Book
only $143 tO$2« Organs
13 Stops, 3 set Reeds, 2 Knee Swells,
Stool, Book, only $98J®“Holiday News-
paper F>ee. Address Darnel F. Beatty,
Washington. N. I *16 5m
X^OOK AGENTS I «fUL US A
JCS Postal with your address. It will
pay you. A. GORTON k CO. 26 S 7th
St., Philadelphia, Penn. 2 26 im
Agents Read This !
We want an Agent in this County to
whom we will pay a salary ot $100 per
month and expenses to sell our wonderful
invention. Sample ftee. Address at
once SHERMAN & CO., Marshall, Mich-
igan. 11 b
Wholesale dealers in
Imported and Domestic
W ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco.
ON LIFE ft PROPERTY.
Mallad fr«e for W cka. Foorf*r$U
Ageats WaaUd, Msls or FtmtU.
S. 8. NEWTON'8 SAFETY LAMF CO.,
Bman4*Tow, N. Y.
lMi»WAV) M. %
Ialbimom, It Wm
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in
Next Door to the Star Store
NOTARY AND CONVEYANCER,
Hibbard building, Main street,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
t 20 tf
On 30 Days Trial
j We will send our Electro-Voltaic Belts
1 and other Electric Appliances upon trial
for 30 (lavs to those sufferiag from Nev-
I ous D.bilitv, Rheumatism. Paralysis or
any diseases ol the Liver or Kidneys, and
I many other diseases. A Sure Cure guar^
anteed or no pay. Address, VOLTAIC
j BELT CO., Marshall, Mich. n 6 5m
CHEAPEST BOOK STORE wo ™ld.
i 173672 New and Old Standard Works in
Every Department ot Literature Almost
given away. Catalogue of General Liter-
ature and fiction tree. Immense Induce-
ments to Book Clubs and Libraries.
3 Beckman st., near new postoffice, New
York. 1 3l
BOWLES A RHEA,
w ■ s, ^
DENISON, - -
All work in mechanical and operativ
entistry skillful1 y performed on libera
its hi dw
W. H. PIER, Prop’r,
Main street and Rusk avenue.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
. O. RANDKLL, C. «. RANDKLL.
JY^ANDELL & BRO.,
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law
Office in Muller Block, west entrance
Room No. 1, up stairs.
EAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT
„ OF TITLE OFFICE.
J. T. MUNSON,
(Successor to Tone & Muiuon )
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE.
Colle-ts Rents Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, Makes Abstracts of Titles.
THE ONLY ABSTRACT OF TITLES
Office No. 213 Main street, up stairs.
11 30 dStw tf
MEMPHIS k CHARLESTON
GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE
The “naturally beautiful and nioM lovor-
ed region of our country . ’
Elegant day coaches from
TTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA
Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned
by the company, on all night trains.
Sleeping Car Fare Reduced.
Baggage checked through
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK.
! COMPOUND OXYGEN ‘‘Health
I and Life,” No. 1, a record ot re-
| markable cures in Consumption,Catarrh,
| Neuralgia and other Chronic Diseases by
the new Oxygen Treatment, now ready
and sent freei Drs. STARKEY & PALEN
| 1109 and mi Grand St., Philadelphia,
! Pa., ___1 3« lm__
A HOUSEHOLD NEED 1! — A
b-ok on Malarial Diseases and Liver
I Complaints, Sent FREE Address Dr.
Sandford, 162 Broadway, New York City.
1 31 im
| A GENTS WANTED For the Best
I /Vand Faste-t-Selling Pictorial Books
j arid Bibles. Prices reduced 33 per cent.
' National Publishing Co., Atlanta, Ga.
AManof a Thousaud.
I A CONSUMPTIVE CURED —
I / AWhen death was hourly expected
| from Consumption, all remedies having
failed, and Dr. H. fames wasexperiment-
j ing, he accidentally made a preparation
[of Indian Hemp, which cured his only
| child, and now gives this recipe free on
! receipt of two stamps to pay expense.
Hemp also cures nig t sweats, nausea at
the stomach, and will break a fresh cold
in twenty-four hours, Andress,
CRADDOCK & CO.,
1032 Race St., Philadelphia, naming
this paper. 1 3 ,m
$1200 returned in 30 days on $100
invested. Official reports and informa-
tion free. Like profits weekly on Stock
options of $10 to $50. Address T. Pot-
ter Wright & Co. Bankers, 35 Wall
street, N. Y- n 6 3m
t litlt). K simple venviable remedy
i.,r the ar: t /••>•»« •«»< «•« <’■ Consmnp-
t'. •lJirouehitUOatariliA Umia,ami all Throat
etui /.ling Ajjeciioni. Also a positive and
rudiuaf curt* for Nervous Debility and nil
Nervous Complaints, xrkieh hat been •
thousand* of case*. Recipe. with full direr j 6
(in Gorman, French, or English) for r;u
ir.K and usimr, sent by mail iree of c i>
on receipt of stamp. Please name 7 Hi
y.BHERAR. 143 Power*'Block,!>' » * El
----— — bgs
to - 11 411.0
^ t^fePLASTIC TRUSS
f SENSIBLE a Dj:,;;
T»i.h tb« Flagnr,
I»: e* ure tint Il> r.ia is hel l i
EUUJ.ESTON TRUSS CO., Chicago, 111.
Jay uni ni^ht. *n l a radical cure certain, ltls «a*y» ilurablo
and cheap. SentbyrnaiL Cir
V 1 n Ik. r.r. .
1‘ aforinatlon, Hr ■ •:■ ir* mrJ r*f«r*Bcel, a*l«!re*,
Dr. F. L. l’Oh'D. Aurora, kano Co., Ill
— AS W K LI. AS FOR-
And all Southeastern Cities, should pur-
chase tickets h> this line.
Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick-
ets furnished on application to
P. R . ROGERS,
Gen. W’estern agent, Dallas. Texas.
SAWIN A THE LOC 'n
THE GREAT SUCCESS^
fTOMEFUL mPROVTD ___
Labor Saving «IAHrr RIDING SAWHAi hj.ib
la fully demonstrated by tbe number in uoe and tnt
present demand for them. It aawi Logs of any size,
ban man can saw more logs or cord wood in on«
day and easier than two men can the old way. It
will aaw a two foot log in three minutes. Every
Earner need* one. Township agenta wanted.
§a&d for Illustrated Circular and Terras.
Address W. W. BOtTWH H A CO,,
171 Etna *t~. Claetanatl, Ow
CAUTIOBI.— Beware of all imitators and in*
fringer*. We own flv« perfect patents on these Giant
Biifef tew MaaWnea* Wi warraatswesy Meehiag.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
Auction and Commission.
(Opposite Euper’s Confectionary .)
BUYS and SELLS
FURNITURE & GOODS
All consignments entrusted to him faith,
tullv attended to.
CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY.
HOUSTON AND TEXAS
Passongor Express Trains
daily fast freight lines
BF.TWEEN TEXAS AND
ST.LOUIS KANSAS CITY & CHICAGO
PULLMAN'S PALACE SLEEPING CARS
each way. daily, without change,
BETWEEN ST. LOUIS & HOUSTON
via SEDALIA and
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
OB -S *
Zzi v O.M
o * S
H* rt6* •-
x % e
as s Ss
O. o rt
THE SHORT LINE.
Pullman’s palace sleeping cars
Each way, without change,
BETWEEN DALLAS AND ST. LOUIS
via VINITA and
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R'Y
Through tickets from or to any point
in Great Britain or Continent of Em ope,
HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL R'Y
National, White Star, Anchor and
Cunard Steamship lines on sale at all
Special inducements to immigrants and
people desiring to settle in the State.
JgjP'For information as to rates of pas
sage and freight, routes, etc., apply in
person, or bv letter to
C. B. GRAY,
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt.
E. D. TRUE,
Asst. Gen. Freight Agt.
A. H. SWANSON,
Gen. Freight and Pass. Agt.
lyj-RS. BROWN k BALDWIC :,
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING
(At Singer Sewing Machine Office)
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Have just received a new, and the best
selected stock of goods ever brought to
this city. 9 t8tf
J M. HILL,
TAILOR AND CUTTER,
310 Mam street.
THOREAT CARRIAGE MAMUIfACrORWO MOC» O* I*« WORM*.,
Do you want a jt;in, bloom-
ing Complexion \ If w>, a
few anpliratioiw of Hagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat-
ify you to your heart’s ron-
tent. It dors away with Sa!-
lowstess, Redness. Dimples,
Blotches, ard ail diseases and
imperfections of the skin. It
overcomes the Hushed appeur-
riuce of lice.*, fatigue and rx-
citement. It makes a lady of
IHIRTY appear hut TWEN-
TY; and so natural, gradual,
uifd perfect are its effects,
that i( is Impossible to detect
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.,
Top Bugsies and PBaetons.
Be»t material, Eood workmanship, handsome styles strong and duiabl*
vehicles in every respect.
Manufactured by EMERSON, FISHER * C9., are now In uaa In •rmry part o
tli« Americutt Confluent,
They give untailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They have re,
ceived testimonials from all parts of the country of purport similar to the follow-
ing, hundreds of which are on file subject to inspection :
6 Galva, Ills., July t6th, 1879.
Messrs. F.merson, Fisher, & Co. :
I have used one of your Top Buggies three years, and three ol them t wo years
in my livery stable, and they have given me perfect satisfaction nnd are in constant
Ube OSCAR SMALLLi.
Nkwrbery, S. C., luly 17th, 1879.
Messrs. Coppock & Johnson:
Dear Sirs—I have been u ing the Emerson & Fisher Buggy I bought from yo
as roughly I suppo-e as any one could. I had a fast noise, drove him at full speed
sometimes with two grown ladies and myself in the buggy, and it is to-day worth at
the money 1 paid for it. I say the Emerson, F.s er Buggies willdm^
Tho favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have
been used for several years bv Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others re-
qniring hard and constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localiteis.
to meet which the manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have
been extended, enabling them now Jo turn out in good stvle,
300 Carriages a WeeK.
EMERSON, ISHER SCO ARRIAGES ARE THE
10 3J 6m
whiteSewing Machine Co. Cleveland, qhio.
J ust Out.
OF THE WAR.
Advance and Retreat,
PERSONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE !
UNITED STATES AND CONFED-
ERATE STATES ARMIES:
BY GENERAL J. B. HOOD.
Late Lieutenant-Gcnei al Confederate
States Army, published for
Hood Onto! Meinorial Fnnfl
GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD,
NEW ORLEANS. 1880.
The entire pro.ceeds arising from the
sale of this work are devoted to The Hood
Orphan Memorial fund, which is invest-
ed in United States Registered Bonds for |
the nurture, care, support and education
of the ten infants deprived of their par-
ents last summer at New Orleans, (the |
melancholy incidents of which sad be- j
reavement are still fresh in the public j
The book is an elegant octavo, contain- !
ing 360 pages, with a fine photograph J
likeness and a fine steel engraving, made i
expressly for this work, tour large maps J
ofbatttle fields, bound in handsome Gray
English Cloth, at Three Dollars, or in a j
Fine Sheep Binding, with Marble Edge,
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents, in Half- |
Bound Morocco, Library -Style, Four Dol- j
lars, or in best Levant Tut key Morocco, |
Full Gilt Sides and Edges, Five Dollars. |
On the receipt from any person remit-
ting bv mail or express, of the amount in |
a registered letter or by a postal order, j
bank draft, or check, a copy will be im- j
mediately sent free ol postage, registered j
as second-class matter.
The volume is published in the best
style of typography, on elegant paper, 1
with illustrations, executed as highest :
specimens of art.
The author, the subject, the purpose, |
all alike render it worthy a place in every i
library—on every desk—or upon the book
shelf of every house in the country.
Agents wanted in every town and coun-
ty in the United States, and a preference
will be given to honorably discharged
veterans from the army-
To the ladies, who feel a desire to ex- j
press their sympathy with The Hood Or-
phan Memorial Fund, tiie sale of this
book among their circle of friends, will
afford an excellent way of contributing
substantial aid to so deserving a cause.
For terms, rates to Agents, etc., ad
dress with fnll particulars,
M.. K. & T. R'Y.
THIS IS THE LINE
That runs a Beautiful Parlor Car (Seat
Free) from Hannibal to Chicago. Ills.
THIS IS THE LINE
I'hat runs the finest Dinning Cars in the
world, between Hannibal, Mo., and Chi-
cago, Ills. Meals, 75 cents.
THIS IS THE LINE
That runs Palace Sleeping Cars between
Hannibal, Mo., and Toledo, Ohio.
THIS IS THE LINE
That runs a Palace Sleeping Car between
Denison and St. Louis, Mo., and also
one between Houston, Texas, and St.
THIS IS THE LINE
That runs a .Reclining Chair Car (Seat
Free) between Sedalia, Mo., and ft.
Loving, Miller & Ross,
— PUBLISHERS OF THE—
It will be a neat and well bound, dura-
ble, convenient sized book ot 2 o pages,
giving name, postoffice address, location
of ranche and illustrated mark and brand
of al! stockmen in Western Texas, from
Red R ver to the Rio Grande. The book
will also contain the Constitution, By-
Laws, Rules and Regulations of the
Stock-Raisers Association of Northwest
Texas, together with the proceedings of
each meeting, and other valuable infor-
mation to all persons interested in stock
business of Western Texas. The book
will be delivered by the 10th of March,
1S80, and will be complete in every re-
spect. Our Mr. Geo. B. Loving is a life-
long stock man, and with the assistance
of the Stock Raisers Association of North-
west Texas, guarantees the book to be
what we claim tor it.
For inserting cut of animal, horse or
cow showing mark or brand as
they appear on the animal, your
Name, Postoffice, and Location of
Ranche in type under the cut, and
mail you a copy of the book, post-
For each additional Mark and Brand
without Cut..................... 25
Each additional Book............. 5°
sending mark and brand, etc.;
write it as plain as possible.
The book will contain a complete in-
dex, so that every brand can be icadily
Col. C. L. Carter, Pres., S. A. N W.
Texas, Palo Pinto, Texas.
J. B. Mathews, 1st Vice-Pres., S. A. N.
W. Texas, Ft. Griffin. Texas.
J R. Stevens, 2d Vice-Pres., S. A. N,
W. Texas. Cambridge, Texas.
Couts & Simpson, Weatherford, Texas.
T. J. Atkenson, Jacksboro, Texas.
fc^—For further information and adver-
tising rates address,
LOVING, MILLER A ROSS,
Printers and Publishers,
JpiRST NATIONAL BANK,
THIS ISTHE LINE
That runs a Pullman Sleeping Car be-
tween Fort Scott. Kan., and Quincy, 111
Gen'l G. T. BEAUREGARD, Publisher, j _
On behalt of The Hood Memorial Fund.
d&w3m 1 24
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Cleaning, renovating and repairing
Shirts made to order. Suitings . nstantl
; on hand. 10* 14 f*
J E. MASON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
219 Main street.
DENISON r - TEX. AS
1 7-3 *f‘
ANHEUSER BEER CO.
Leave your orders with the under-
signed, or at the ice house, near the rail-
THIS IS THE LINE
That runs BOTH a Day Express and
Night Express out of Denison.
PEOPLE PATRONIZE THE
Because it runs Through Cars, and gives
the people superior facilities with its new
Steel Track, Fast Time and Sure Con-
Authorized Capital $500,000 00
Does a legitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO
On principal cities ol the United States
0HNSCULL1N, RD. PERRY,
President. Vice Preet.
J. P. Rockwell,
Will be furnished in any quantity.
Our Illustrated Newspaper, with maps,
| guide book, time tables and printed rates
! of fare, will be sent free to all who send
j their address to J^S. D BROWN,
General Passenger Agent,
Or to W. P. ROBINSON,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
1» 9 *f
' TEAR. Agents wanted. Wise
Geo. A. Madill,
E. H. Lingo,
J G. Fish,
★ BAKERY, ★
Next to Wood & Co., Main St.
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes co*
tantly on hand, and will be deliver**
wice a day to any part of the city.
it,o T BREWER, Pitop
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1880, newspaper, February 27, 1880; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525092/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.