Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 120, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1878 Page: 3 of 4
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j^ENTucny whisky depot.
Wholesale dealers in
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Imported and Domestic
W ines, lirnutlics, Cigars, Tobacco.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in
Next Door to the Star Store.
HANNA, OWENS & CO.,
Successors to Hanna & Waples,
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Corner Main Street and Austin av.,
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No. I2i Main street,
Real Estate Agents.
J ESSE M. COOK,
AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE
Gun Block, up stairs,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
EONARD & COFFIN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Nelson House Building,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
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\UM. II. HUGHES,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
II. TONS. J. T. MUNSON.
•"pONE & MUNSON,
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Office, 215 Mainstreet, upstairs.
To Music Teachers.
A new, natural and easy system, fai
superior to any ever before published.
Pamphlet containing this system mailed
MILKER’S BIIILF. AND PUBLISHING HOI'SK
1102 and 1104 Sansoin St., t’liila.
Hotels and Restaurants.
yyniTE house, .
W. J. BUDD, Proprietor.
(Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,)
Northeast corner of Morgan street and
Austin avenue, and con-
venient to the
M., K. & T. STOCK YARDS.
Bools and Shoes.
FASHIONABLE BOOT AM) SHOE MAKElt.
AND BROKERS IN
Comfort in every respect guaranteed,
and prices very reasonable.
J M. LEA,
Cor, Gandy st. and Houston av.,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
A New House, Newly Furnished, pleas-
antly located near the Railroad Depots
and Business Centers. 1-13 tf
City Real Estate,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO-
CATION OF COLONIES.
The most excellent attributes to the
success of a first-class hotel are courteous
treatment, a well appointed cuisine, and
well furnished rooms. You cun find all
these at the Planter’s House.
JOHN SUMMERS, Prop’r.
Corner Tremont and Mechanic streets
This house is centrally located conven-
ient to business, and but two squares from j
Morgan Line Steamers, and one block
from Uniou Depot.
Bought, sold, or located on choico
Farming or Grazing Lands.
Abstracts furnished, taxes paid, home
and foreign collections promptly made,
collateral securieties negotiated, prop-
erty exchanged, prompt attention given
to subdivisions and surveys in city and
county. Copies of state, city and coun-
ty maps furnished, and correspondence
promptly attended to, Business solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE.
Austin avenue, bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Texas.
ar. tt 1 isr iv ,
iiET YOUR MEAT
Table unsurpassed by any house in the city
This house has a hell in
connected with the office.
rj^IIE CATTLE EXCHANGE,
JIM NELMS, Prcp’r.
Main street, next door to Acheson’s Drug
CHARLES BURCKEL, Prop’r.
Open Day and Night,
MEALS SERVED A LA CARTE.
Reserved Rooms for Ladies and Parties.
This saloon, which has just been open-
ed, is well stocked with choice liquors
and cigars, and special care is taken to
please customers .
Game, Fish and Celery.
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
No. 107 Main street.
DENISON, ♦ • TEXAS.
1 iq Main Street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
219 Main street.
DENISON - - TEXAS.
HAVANA, KEY WEST,
Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,
DENISON, • TEXAS.
Eighty acres choice black sandy land.
! two miles west of the city, on the wiie
! road—25 acres improved, 35 acres en-
j closed with good fence, 5 acres stony,
! over which the road runs; 10 acres bro-
! ken, covered with good timber; balance
j choice land, timber and prairie; small
j box house, good spring—price $10 per j
i acre. Patent direct from the State, or I
will exchange for city property . More
: land can be bought adjoining,
j Eighty acres university land, un'.m- j
proved, all fenced with post and hoard
j tence; small box house, springs and ever- j
j lasting water, six miles northwest from
j Denison; some timber, good tract—terms
j $5 50, pattcasb, part on time; will issue
j patent direct to the purchaser. Will ex-
j change for desirable central city real es-
I Five hundred acres choice black sandy
i land, unimproved, three miles southeast
i ot Denison, lays fine, 150 acres prairie,
30 or 40 acres broken, balance choice
land, covered with fine timber, lias sever-
I al good springs—price $5 per acre; one-
halt cash, balance in one year, at 10 per
One bundled and sixty acres, six miles
west of Denison; choice black sandy and
waxy, all fenced and improved, good
framehouse and out buildings; about
one mile from new station on the D. &
P. railroad—price $10 per acre.
One hundred and sixty acres black
sandy land, rare bargain, 10 miles south-
west from Denison, three miles south of
Pott’s rancl.e, seven miles northwest
from Sherman, all fenced, 115 acres un-
der the plow; frame house, 4 rooms,
granaries and stable, fine stockyard;
never failing ponds of good water, stock- |
ed with perch and cat fish : fine groves of I J'P 1,1 “
pecan timber, fine brick cistern, 2:4 as- 'urnished with
sorted fruit trees beaiing, grapes, black- j
berries, etc.; unimproved lands can be j The Wine Room, which has recently
bought adjoining at $3 50 to $5 per acre; | been fitted up, is nicely furnished.
—price $15 per acre; good school near. | ____ ______
This old and popular resort is supplied
BEST LIQUORS IN THE MARKET
And all popular brands of Cigars.
READING ROOM ATTACHED.
Parsons’ Purgative Pills make New
Rich Blood, and will completely change
the blood in the entire system in three
months. Any person who will take 1 pill
each night from 1 to 12 weeks mav be re-
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jpALACE BEER HALL,
LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop’r.
CHOICE WHISKY, NO. i CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft.
South 6ide of Main street,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
For a Case of Catarrh
K That Sanford’s Radical
sjptO Cure for Catarrh will not
instantly relieve and speedily
cure. References: Henry-
Wells, Esq, Wells, Fargo &
Co, Aurora, N Y; Wm Bow-
en, McIIatton, Grant & Iiow-
cn, St Louis. Testimonials
and treatise by mail. Price,
with improved inhaler, $i.
Sold everywhere. WEEKS &
POTTER. Proprietors, Bos
ton. Mass. 2-1-4W.
The Palace Beer Hall has been recently
fitted up in a neat and attractive style and
FINE BILLIARD TABLES.
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A MANUAL OF
■■ VETER1NAUV l»UAtTICK, ^
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
TEACHER OF GERMAN.
Lessons given at the residences o' pu
pits. For further information nnpiy a
the residence of M. A. Daugherty, or a
he Daily News office.
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MITMTIOX WHIP!) vor M1W THIS ADTttUSMLM
The above is a choice location.
Seven University claims, unimproved,
| of bo acres each, located five to eight
miles northwest of Denison and one to
tnree miles from the first station on tiie
Denison and Pacific railroad—prices
from $3 30 to $5 per acre; one-third cash,
balance eight to ten years time, at 10 per
Sixteen improved University claims, of
160 acres each, from three to six miles
j west of Denison, choice lands; improve-
I nients only ordinary, good water, some
timber—prices from $6 to $10 per acre,
Five improved 80’s, near the first sta-
j tion on ttie I). & P. road, all black sandy
! and waxy prairie, improvements only
fair—price $6to $15 per acre, time given
Twelve hundred and eighty acres, 26
miles southwest of Sherman and seven
miles south of Collinsville, all heavily
| timbered, two fine streams run through
it; fine sandstone rock quarry—price $5
! per acre.
Twelve hundred and eighty acres, lour
miles west of Collinsville, in the Cross
Timbers, all choice timber, well watered
on timber creek—price $4 50 per acre.
Four hundred and ninty-two acres,
seven miles southwest of Sherman, un-
improved, black sandy prairie—price $4
pe r acre.
374 acres black sandy prairie.
too “ “ “ “
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200 •* •* “ “
400 “ “ “ “
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1000 “ “ “ *•
2000 “ “ “ “
Tiie above tracts lay 10 to i; miles
west and south of Sherman, along the
Government telegraph line on the route
to Pilot Point—price $3 50 to $4 00 per
Twenty-three hundred acres of prairie,
on Hie line of the Tians-Co.uinental
railroad, eight miles west of Sherman,
unimproved—price $3 per ac:e.
Six hundred and forty acres ot piairie,
five miles we-t or above tract, 3,3 per
acre; choico land.
One hundred thousand acres choice
black sandy prairie land in the “Pan
Handle” of Texas j tine locations to"
stock tarms -price from 40 cents toil 30
Three hundred thousand acres choice
Linds, unproved and unimproved, in
Cooke. Montague and Clay counties—
pi ices from i I to $3 to per acre.
One hundred anil fittv thousand acres
choice and wcil selected lands, suitable
to* grazing and farming laud.-, in jack,
Wichita, Denton, Callahan and other
north v. .i.i.i :
J A. BRENNER,
C1IOICH LIQUORS AND CIGARS
TJKAND SOUTHERN SALOON,
J. RAYNAL & CO., Frop’rs.
Cor. Main st. and Austin av.
This is one of the oldest and most pop-
ular saloons in the city, and still pre-
j serves its popularity for keeping pure
wines and liquors, and the best cigars.
Can also be had on reasonable terms.
|1.\N K EXCHANGE.
J. B McDOUGALL, Prop’r.
EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS
In the city.
stored to sound health, if such a thing be | on Hiriis, but on “Tramping,” “Camp-
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DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
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SOWLES & RHEA,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
All work in mechanical and operative
dentistry skillful1 y performed on liberal
terms. 11 1 dw
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PAWNBROKER & JEWELER
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
N*» 228 >L.u street.
‘•1 buy all my clothing ot E. H. Hanna
and this is the kind of a fit 1 gel every
Having leased and refitted the paint
shop on Rusk avenve, in riarot I’ust
N B " 1 now prej 1
In all the various branches, ( r. short no-
tice, and having secured the services e»i a
j practical artist, we guarantee perfect sat-
isfaction n al! cases or no charges.
Sign \\ riting, Graining, ar.d !' iggy
Painting are specialties. Terms n -on-
able. DRED PARKS & CO.
N. B.—Mixed Paints turnished on si ort
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