The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 31, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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MURRAY'S STEAM* PRINTING HOUSE.
M. Ff DBARINO, Mahao**.
F.D. MARSHALL, i. D.,
Has Permanontty Located Of-
flct In Kuor Building
Omern Hour. —1 M J P. m.
:4C«Hr Armstrong Arenu* ana TO'
Offic. aad Real * ‘ “ *-----
aidencc wMk Talephoae
A. HASSINGER, M. D.,
Makes a Specialty of
DISEASE OF THE EYE.
onica aaa Main atraet, up ataira and at the Star
W. M. NAGLE,
Physician and Suro*oN»
OMca aver T. LlohruehCa Drug Store.
OPKICK HOURS:—II to i and t In JP-
DK. A. B. GARDNER,
Me. jas Map Street, . DIN ISON, TEXAS.
Special Attention (riven to Dlaeaaea oi Women.
DR. D. A. COOK,
Physician and SlJKOKON*
OOtce at Celteaa M Waldron’. Uru( Store,
DEN 118 T,
Ofice Houra S to ta
la. tn. and ■ to j p. ra.
Ofllcc on Main SI.
tM» Deer. KM^ajs, WSowaS
Mllina Cm|tiiatem« WttartauYnaHteta Men
ta ip the
It ia ptuely Vmetallic, aad raaatt M to
prove hear total, both ta aid aad jtn
Aa a Blood Farther It ta aapartarta all
other*. Maid ararywhart at ■1.00 a hattl
■OISKS, CATTU, SREXP,
DOGS, HOGS, POULTRY.
rUstd^y T7.S. OoTwnmt.
Chart on Rollare,
1TABL1SIIRD IN 1*7*.
11SON. - TEXAS,
loom. No. ), Went Entrance
Teeth ax tree tad without pain by tha uae of Laugh -
ontce Houra y ta ta a. aa. aad l ta Ap. aa.
“DECKER St HARRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. ao6 Mala Street,
URN1SON. t : : : TEXAS.
Prompt, Efficient A Thorough Action.
DAVID M. RHEA,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
I. M. aTARDlPKR. A. O. MOSELEY.
Standifer St Moseley,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW.
Seat Stairway, Mailer Block,
S. H. RUSSELL.
A A. GILBERT. S. H. RUSSKL
GILBERT & RUSSELL.
ATTOR YEYR AT LAW
DfNISON, - - TEXAS.
WUl practice ia tea Diatrict and Inferior Court,
of Grama* and aurronnding Countie., and in the
‘ Federal Courts of tha State.
second floor, front.
For tale by L. Price, Denison, Texas.
A good cook. Apply to Mrs.
John R. Carr, east of the railroad.
It would do you good to taste the
absolutely pure maple syrup sold by
Brooks ft Harris.
Fruits, nuts, and candies of every
variety at the Denison Candy Works.
Ohoioe California Honey.
Brooks & Harris have made ar-
rangements for a constant supply of
extra choice California honey,
strained, in comb and in glass jars,
which they are selling very cheap
for the quality oi the goods.
the four jars of
Linz & Bro’s.,
Supreme «nd Federal Court*
and Counselor at Law,
Real* tha Haven Building,
DR NISON, : : : : TEXAS.
A. B. PERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over the City Bank,
DENISON. - - - TEXAS.
D. O. HAUSE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Want Stairway, Muller Block.
DEN190N. t t TEXAS,
H TONE, ~
PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
Only Reliable -
A Christmas present, and a nice
too, for ever little boy and girl
the land. D, Lothrop & Co.,
publish “Babyland,” “Little
en and Women,” and “The Pan-
sy,” have printed nearly a million
copies of the delightful story, “Fres-
sy's Christmas," by Margaret Sid-
ney, with two full-page illustrations,
and will send a copy to any child
who will send them their address and
a two cent stamp for postage. The
address of this generous firm is Bos-
Dizziness, neuralgia pains in the
side and back, a heavy feeling in the
stomach after eating, can be cared by
using Morri*’ Csscarine. For sale
by Bailey ft Howard. 16-imo
Tail End ~Ooilision.
Tuesdsy night about 7 o’clock the
first section of a freight in charge
of Conductor Chamber, was run into
by the second section in charge of
Conductor Frank DeVoe, near War-
ner’s Switch, about four miles from
Denison. The locomotive of the
second section (one of the Bald-
win’s) and the caboose of the first
section were badly wrecked, and
five or six draw-heads broken, but
beyond this no damage was done.
According to the testimony of
physicians and coroners, in all parts
of the Union, deaths have resulted
from the use of cough syrups, con-
taining morphia, opium and other
poisons. In this connection, Dr.
Satn’l Cox, of Washington, after
careful analyses, endorses Red Star
Cough Cure as being purely vege-
table, and absolutely tree from
opiates, poisons and narcotics. Price,
ABSTRACT OF DENISON PROPERTY
Office in Muller Block.
DENIHON, - - - TEXAS.
MUNSON & BRO.,
BmI BaUU tad Abctnot of Tltlaa.
Farm and Fruit Land a Specialty.
oa* No. 100, Labracht building, Corner
Main Street and Houxtoo Art,
DENISON, - -
CONTRACTOR Jt BUILDER.
Sl*y on Woodard Slreet and Ruak Am.
NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE.
Peer aad Window Bereena e 8peeelt>.
Coatractor and Builder.
(N WOOD, STONE AND BRICE.
EalRnalaa rarelahad on Application.
Shop on Woodard atraet. Between Austin ami
****** AVDEnTsON, TEXAS,
FINE BOOT8 AND SHOES.
Shop on Auatin Avenue,
DENISON. - - . - TEXAS.
BmI Estate. lasartatt ud Broker's Office of
Coffin & Zintgkafk,
I1U17 Pttblio | Oral CwYtjuotrt
No. »iS Main Street, up Maim,
DENISON. - - TEXAS.
beans at Joseph
Remember, that the lady guessing
the number, or nearest to it, of beans
in jar No. 1, will get a gold watch.
Remember, that the gentleman
guessing the number, or nearest to
it, in jar No. 2, will get a gold
Remember, that the girl under
fourteen, guessing the number, or
nearest to it, in jar No. 3, will get a
Remember, that the boy under
fourteen, guessing the numiber, or
nearest to it, in jar No. 4, will get a
So go, one and all, to the
lowest price house in Texas for
fine watches and diamonds, the
Palace Jewelry House of Joseph
Linz & Brothers, aud guess. .It costs
nothing to guess.
Itch of every kind cured in 30
minutes by Woolfoids’s Sanidar
Lotion. This never tails. Solt by
Bailey & Howard, Druggists, Deni-
son, Texas. 14-tf.
BUK0LEJT8 ARNICA SALVE.
The beat salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi-
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price jc cents per
Foi sale hv Guiteau & Waldron.
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GOOD RESULTS IN EVERY CASE.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Term., writes that he
was seriously afflicted with a severe cold
that settled on his lungs; had tried many
remedies without benefit. . Being induced
to try Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con-
sumption, did so and was entirely cured
by use of a few bottles. Since which
time he has used it in his family for all
Coughs and Colds with best results. This
is the experience of thousands whose
lives have been saved by this Wonderfif
Trial Bottles free, at Guiteau & Wal-
Third termism is not Democratic,
and does not meet the approval of
the voters of Grayson county. Vote
for Joe Cox for county attorney.
While petty jealousies and dis-
cords exist between the sister cities
of Denison and Sherman the most
perfect harmony prevails between
the musical organizations of the two
towns. If anything musical is on
the tapis in Sherman our musicians
are sure to be invited to participate,
and when the assistance of our Sher-
man neighbors is required by the
musical organizations at home they
are generous and prompt in respond-
ing to the call. An instance of this
was given on the occasion of the
Vorwarts ball on Monday night,
when, owing to sickness and the ab-
sence of some of their best players,
the Philharmonic band was rendered
inadequate to the occasion. Three
of Sherman’s best musicians lent
their services gratuitously to assist
them in furnishing music for the oc-
An ounce ot prevention is worth
a pound of cure. Morris’ Cascarine
prevents kidney and bladder diseases
and is a healthy stimulant for these
organs. For sale by Guiteau & Wal-
HOLIDAYS ARE DOMING.
Dr. Yeidel’s immense stock of
Liquors and Wines
for family use, or medicinal pur-
The finest assortment in the State.
Pure Old Bourbon and Rye
Fine Unadulterated Apple and
Imported Cognac, Gin, Sherry,
Port and Rhine Wines.
for medicinal use.
No tamily should be without
bottle of Dr. Yeidel’s
Wine or Liquor. It may save your
life, or at any rate a heavy Doctor
Call on the Doctor, and keep
An adjourned regular meeting of
the City Council was held Monday
night, with Mayor Hanna in the
chair, and Councilroen O’Donnell,
Carter, Randell, Porter, Yocom
and Euper present. The char-
ges prefered against City Secretary
Radeleff, at the last adjourned meet-
ing were sustained, and the office of
City Secretary was declared vaeant.
Several gentlemen were then named
as candidates for the office, and an
election was attempted but without
effect, and after the eighth ballot it
was abandoned, and Mr. Stephen
French elected Secretary pro tern.
The election of City Secretary will
take place at the next regular
On motion of Councilman Yocom
the contract for removing dead an-
imals was awarded to Mr. Overturff,
and on motion of Councilman
O’Donnell he was required to give
a bond of $100 tor the faithful dis-
charge of his duty.
On motion of Councilman Ran-
dell, the Mayor was instructed to
invite the city officials and fire de-
partments of our neighboring cities
to be present at the test of our water-
works system, which takes place on
The public drinking fountains were
ordered placed as follows: One on
the corner Main street and Houston
avenue, one on the corner Main
street and Rusk avenue, one on
Main street and Fannin avenue and
one on the corner Morgan street and
Armstrong avenue, (at Parish’s
On motion of Councilman Euper,
the Council adjourned.
Call at the Denison Candy Works
J. M. *000K.
Not one of the voters in this Jus-
tice’s Precinct should forget that
Capt. Jesse M. Cook, of Denison, is
a candidate for Justice of the Peace,
in this precinct. The Captain is
one of the pioneers of this town, and
one of our best citizens. He is an
honest, consciencious man, and a
thorough gentleman. We have
known him intimately for fourteen
years, and every old citizen of Den-
ison will endorse all we say. Capt.
Cook has filled the responsible office
of Justice of the Peace in this pre-
cinct a number of years. He attend-
ed to his official duties faithfully,
and we do not believe a more con-
sciencious officer ever rendered a
decision. The Gazetteer hasn't
had much to say in behalf ot Capt.
Cook’s candidacy, not because - it
was not his warm friend and sup-
porter, but simply because it didn’t
deem praise of a man known to
nearly every reader of the paper,
was necessary. But as this is the
last issue before the election, it would
be treating an old and respected cit-
zen, and warm personal friend with
disrespect not to call attention to
his candidacy and speak a kind word
in his favor. Give the Captain your
The above reward will be paid for any
case of Rheumatism not benefitted by
Ballard’s Snow Liniment. There is no
pain it will not relieve, no swelling it will
not subdue, no wound it will not heal. It
Is the most penetrating liniment known
tor all pain for man or beast it stands
without a parallel. Ladies who have back
ache should never be without it Price
co cents. Dr. T B. Hanna & Son,
Denison, Texas, agents.
BHOomo or uncle bam.
About 6 o’clock Saturday night
(23d inst.,) a serious row took place
between Mr. H. D. Markham, the
Main street grocer, and Uncle Sam
Wright, who runs a saloon and
grocery" up near the end of
the street car, which resulted in
the serious shooting of the latter. It
Mtms that Mr. Markham had been
supplying Uncle Sam with groceries
and in settling up a difference of
opinion arose between them respect-
ing certain portions of hi& bill. After
some argument both men became
angry, and Markham called Wright
an old tool. They then began to
fight, but Wright, who is a very
large, powerful man, was too much
for his antagonist, and that gentle-
man found it necessary, after a brief
scuffle to break away and make a
retreat through the back door. He
came in after a moment, but Uncle
Sam, instead of having cooled down,
seems to have only become more
beligerently inclined, and immedi-
ately upon Mr. Markham’s appear-
ance he attacked him again. He
was warned to keep off. but only
replied by seizing Markham by the
throat and forcing him back over
a barrel. He had drawn back one
of his huge fists preparatory to hit-
ting Markham in the face, when that
gentleman drew a pistol and placing
it close to his assailant’s side
fired Uncle Sam’s arms dropped
nerveless to his sides and he stagger-
ed to a chair. Markham was prompt-
ly arrested and Uncle Sam was
taken to his buggy outside and driven
home. Dr. Gardiner was called and
found that the ball had entered the
left side, below the diaphragm and
and had lodged near the back bone.
The wound is a rather dangerous
one and may prove fatal. Markham
is thought to be justified in the
shooting, An examination was to
have been held Monday morning
but it was postponed indefinitely, in
the hope of having Uncle Sam in
court, as he had been resting well,
and hopes were entertained of his
recovery. Markham was on Mon-
day put under a $500 bond to appear
AN END TO BONE SCRAPING-
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111.
says: “Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it m_v duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have
had a running sore on rny leg for eight
years; my doctors told me I Would have
to have the bone scraped or leg amputat-
ed. I used, instead, three bottles of Elec
trie Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen’s
Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen’s Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Guiteau & Waldron.
dron’s Drug Store.
Can be found at
Brooks & Harris’.
Rev. Robert Diaooonted.
-IbjSLTRANCE . !* A( * ENT- I Luia Goodrich, daughter of Judge
The following telegram was sent
out from Seguin, Texas, on the
Rev. Dr. Moody, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Seguin, was
married here this morning to Miss
OKYICH 1 >4 MAIN STREET,
dRnison, : : tkxas.
I C. W7 HOTCHKISS.
House and Sion PaH
Kalaaailatag, Papw Raxing and Gluing.
BURNET AVENUE, DENISON. TEXAS.
*^7"xxe. CL.AJ12C. Fropt.
Table supplied with the best ot erenrtliliuc
in the market.
CHARGES REASONABLE. -
ARCHITECT and SUPERINTENDENT
Okkice with A. R. COLLINS,
ITo. UlT attain. Strwwt.
DfNISON, - - - TEXAS.
^ Plsri, Speatksdons and Kstimates made with
Chargee reasonable. Correspondence solicited.
A Skarn of th* Local Saalaaa* Solicited.
itaprisiats Boat Bat Tirst-Clus Compuairs.
Offic* ISA Main St.. Donioon.
J. L. DUNCAN,
(Successor to Lvciluvs Fricb.)
Headquarter. Iar Everything ia the Drag Line.
flints, Oils, Gists A Putty, Specialties.
No. ss$ Main Street,
J DENISON, TEXAS.
AN ETHICAL MAGAZINE,
Liberalism, Free Tbombt,
And State Secularization.
Price of Annu«J Subscription.^..*1.80
W. E. Goodrich. The ceremony was
performed at the church by Dr. Niel
of San Antonio. The remarkable
circumstance connected with lhe
marriage is that no one in the city,
not even the parents of the beautiful
i bride, knew of the proceedings until
| the departure of the couple on the
east bound train for Virginia, the
home of the parson’s parents. The
affair has created a profound sensa-
Fine cigars and tobaccos at the Den-
ison Candy Works.
At Harben’s 5 and 10 cent store,
strong nickle sleeve buttons at 5
cents per pair; large chromos 5
cents; checkerboards 3 cents; mixed
bird seed at 10 cents per box, one
pound in box ; elegant brass match
safes, shine at night, only 20 cents;
1050 new novelties at 10 cents, just
in; moss rose cup and saucer, china,
$1.50 per set; oil cloth bibs 5 cents ;
shoe polish 10 cents, same sold ev-
erywhere at 23 cents; large bent
stem pipes at 10 cents, each worth
33 cents; glass sugar dishes at to
cents; butter dishes 10 cents ; sauce
dishes 25 cents per set, individual
sets, two tor 3 cents, all colors;
large hand saws, 33 cents each, best
make; glass syrup pitchers, 20 cents
each at Harben’s big notion store,
307 Main street. Bovs and girls,
measure your 3 cent dolls and see if
they beat our nine-inch ones at
io* of Sinflle Copy.............IB Can In
A4dr*ss J. D. SHAW, Waco, Ttxu
‘ f- O. BOX iqa.
For Sunday Morning Breakfast,
Pure buckwheat cakes with pure
maple syrup. Get them at
Brooks & Harris’.
Oan’t be Success folly Assailed.
The Denison News wants to know
why some of Hare’s friends don’t
defend his record. Because Hare’s
record has never been successfully
Flatulency and wind on the sto-
mach render a healthy digestion im-
possible. Morris’ Cascarine is the
specific for these disorders. For
sale bv T. B. Hanna & Son, Deni-
son, Texas. 26-im
A man abnormally loaded with
benzine was trying Monday after-
noon to paint the town incarnadine,
when he ran against Officer Gardin-
er in front of the Southern Hotel-
That gentleman asked him to take a
walk with him but he refused, and
when the invitation was pressed up-
on him he peoceed to make it un-
comfortable for the city guardian.
However with the assistance of
Constable Mixson and another man
he was landed into a delivery wagon
and taken to the bastile. We have
very humane lot of men on our
police force. They never practice
the brutality upon an obstinate pris-
oner, that is frequently exhibited by
police officers in other cities, partic-
ularly of the east. If a prisoner wil
not walk with Officers here they
cheerfully condecend to carry him.
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Months of sickness, long doctor
bills and broken health can be avoid-
ed by the use of Morris’ Cascarine.
For sale by J. L. Duncan. 26-im
The Terrell Star says, the cold
weather approaches and simultane-
ously the mine owners and coal deal-
ers of the country are demonstrating
their intentions and ability to keep
up with the procession. Their ac-
tions are better indications of prob-
able atmospheric changes than the
reports of the weather bureau. Re-
cent meetings have been held in the
various coal centers and prices very
perceptibly advanced. The public
must pay or shiver. But while th#
mine owners are fattening and the
public are gouged, the poor miners
ot Pennsylvania and other regions
a^e toiling at starvation wages. But
strikes are preparing in tne states
named and the outlook is very seri-
ous. Men and brethren, when on
one and the same day it is recorded
that prices to the public are ndvanc*
ed and prices ot labor are reduced,
does it not mean that something is
very much decayed in Denmark?
Motes and Queries With Answers.
This monthly Bizarre of science,
historical and fantastic literature has
entered its third volume. Commen-
ced in June, 1882. The volumes
contain much information from
“many a quaint and curious volume
of forgotten lore,” for professors
teachers and pupils. An endless
variety ot the odds and ends of liter-
ature. Know for thyself. Back
numbers furnished. Volume I.,
$1.50. Volume II,, $1.75. Both
fully indexed. Terms, $1 a year in
advance. Sample copies 10 cents.
Address S. C. & L. M. Gould,
Manchester, N. H. The October
number ot this unique publication is
on our table. As usual, it is well
stored with interesting facts.
Bananas received daily at the Den-
ison Candy Works. •
The attendance at the Vorwarts
ball Monday night was, as usual,
large, while the good time, which
always reigns on these occasons was
enjoyed by all. The extensive ex-
istence1 of dengue in the city had the
effect of keeping away many who
would otherwise have been there, but
notwithstanding this circumstance the
crowd was sufficiently large for all
purposes of enjoyment, and dancing
was prosecuted with unabated vigor
throughout the entire evening. The
gyand march took place at 9.30 and
the “Home, Sweet Home,” was
played at 1.30. The music for the
occasion was furnished by the Phil-
harmonic band, under the direction
of Prof. J. F. Kohler, and was of a
character calculated to call for the
highest commendation. This feature
exhibited a marked improvement
over former occasions, owing to the
able conducting of Prof. Kohler and
the smooth playing of Messrs. Lusk,
McConville and Sumner, of the
Grayson Rifles band, who were
present to assist their brethren of
the Philharmonic Society in furnish-
ing music tor the evening.
Dr. R. Butler, Master of Arts,
Cambridge University, England,
says; ”St. Jacobs Oil acts like
Famous 15 cents mixed candy at
the Denison Candy Works.
See the N. E. P. shoe, at
THE MORE, THE MERRIER!
COME ONE, COME ALL!
After many days our neighbor grocery men have found out where
HEADQUARTERS for the grocery trade is, and now cluster around
ns, in front and to the right and left.
Thanks, neighbors! Every new house that comes increases our
trade, and we have had to increase our room and force to keep up with
the boom. To the balance of the trade who have not yet moved, we
would say, there are still a few stores unoccupied and new ones building,
and we hope to welcome the balance of you to HEADQUARTERS.
To the public and our special customers we return many thanks for
past favors, and assure them we will endeavor to secure their custom in
the future by carrying a large stock of fresh staple and fancy goods at
reasonable prices, and giving all orders frompt attention. To those who
are strangers to us we sav, when you can’t find what you want at any of
the side houses come to HEADQUARTERS, and if you don’t find it
there you need seek no further.
>TkAin« McConnell eft? Co.
G. Moseley was in
Judge Mo&eley is making many
triends in this precinct. His Simon-
pure Democratic proclivities render
him more and more popular in these
3P. Q’DQ?J?<rnT..T,, x>roprl«tor.
-Wholesale and Retail Dealer in-
|i(porled * til * |)ooeplie •* |^iije|,
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco.
-SOLE AGENT IN DENISON FOR THE CELEBRATED-
WILSON IRTSTIEj -WJECX!
Wholesale Agent for Wakesha and Blue Liok Waters.
Corner of Main Street
and Houston Avenue,
Mr. J. L. FREEMAN has opened a store- in the
East room of the Ilanna Bloek,
Cor. MAIN STREET and HOUSTON AVE.,
where he is prepared to supply
♦PURE ♦NATIVE* WINE*
of his own vintage, wholesale and retail.
ri836 i SWIFT’S SPECITIC.I ! I1886\
S B Sj
A EEMEDY HOT FOB A DAY. BUT FOB
ter HalF A CEHTUBY
RELIEVING SUFFERING HUMAMTYI
AN INTERESTING TREATISE ON BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES SENT
FREE TO ALL APPLICANTS. IT SHOULD BE READ BY EVERYBODY.
ADDRESS THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. OA. 1
IK M. ROBINSON, Praa Me- —*SaG. W. DAY
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ho. 103 Ksla St.. DSHISOH.
Of All Styles and Sises Made.
Plumbers’. •. Suppi
Gas, Water and Steam Fitters,
STEAM ENGINE TRIMMINGS.
Valves, Lead Pi ^..Circulating Boilers, Bath Tuba, Siftka,
Water Closets, Hydrants, Street Washers, Hon,
Hose Keels and Everything in the lane.
SANITARY PLUHB1H6 AND FINE LEAR WORE A SPECIALTY.
Office at foot of Woodard Street near ioe
PEOMPT ATTSHTIOH SIVSH TO OBSIBS BldOTD AT F. M. 1
Housekeepers, Look to Your Interest!
Give Me a Trial When You Want Good Pictures.
THE FUTURE FUEL.
No Wick. No Smoke. No Odor. No Ashes.
No Wood. No Kindling. No Noise. No Soot,
No Soot. No Labor. No Danger.
Is a *iinplc device for using any grade of Petroleum and Kerosene Oil, combined with superheated
stentn to make and burn Water Gas. They are made in nine different sixes, from 4 to ao inches,
ana can be placed in an? Range, Heating or Cook Stove, Furnace, Grate or Boiler, and by
decomposing water and oil, a perfect combustion is obtained and a cheaper and better
fire is made than can be obtained from any other fuel. IT IS A GREAT
This is a sample of the cattle
slaughtered for Korkrtoon ™
& Jones’ New Meat Market,
at Denny’s old stand, Mam
Street, there you will get the
best of all kinds of fresh meats
and save 25 per cent.
BROWN & HCERR,
KEEP THE REST QUALITY OP
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
-ALSO A CHOICE LINE OI--
Foreign and Domestic Cigars and Tobacco.
SAYINg^TIMB ANDjLABOB B. N. CARTER,
And so simple that a child can run it. The fire is under perfect control, the same aa illuminating
gas, is lighted and extinguished as easily. Thete is no smoke or odor as from Coal Gas, Kero-
sene or Gasoline stoves. There are no ashes, soot or noise, and a more even temperature can
be obtained than trom any other fuel. You can have as much or little fire as desired sim-
ply turning the valve. We use no wick or kindling. For broiling it is far superior
to either coal or wood and will cook in one half the time. The Hoard of Under-
writers of the principal cities have examined our device and pronounce it the
safest way of burning Kerosene and make no extra charge for insurance.
County Rights for Sale in Texas!
Machinccs furnished dealers direct from our factory, in any quantity desired. Address all
Texas Water Gas Heating and Mfg. Co.
Aateiser - Busch Browing
O. Box ©30.
Aad Wholsssl* sad IUU11 Dsslsr la
No. llil'Maln Street, -
G L. GIERSA’S
Every Tuesday and Friday.
Leave Your Orders.
ALSO THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP STAPLE
AND FANCY 3S0CEEIES IN THE
CITY TO SELECT FBOM.
FRESH OYSTERS IN SEPTEMBER.
te” SEMEMBEE 3EI2SA'S~%«
- - DENISON, TEXAS.
NORTHERN LAKE ICE.
OSes tad WtrthooM North of Mo. Ptelfio frolfht Dofot
^ UNDER THE OPERA HOUSE
NO. 223 MAIN ST., DENISON, TEXAS.
Tb.e XDea3.iso33. Hx/Eea/t Ifcvdiailcet.
r». .T. QUINN, Proprietor?
THE PIONEER BUTCHER OF DENISON,
FIRST ESTABLISHED IN 1S7*.
Keep rvm.ta.ntlT on Hand a Choice Lot of Meat*. Beef. Mutton, Pork
Etc., and all kinds of Game In Season.
MR. QUINN has a man in his employ who is continuously in the saddle on the lookout for
Choice cattle. Remember the stand on Main'Street nearly opposite Colonnade Hotel.
A. B. JOHNSON,
No. 114 Main Street,
jZDexiisorx, - - Texas.
Goods and Patterns of the Very Latest Styles.
Special Attention Given to Cutting of Gauments.
a PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
The Iscebdor l—Hew Mek,
Corner Main Street and Burnet Avenue,
Carriages and Buggies a Speialty-.
REMEMBER THE NEW BRICK.
Harriman & Brown,
Ke*p os hud Metallic, Basswood sad ▼test
Csskoto, Burial Boboo oat Uador-
Telegraph order, promptly atend.d to. Orders from Territory will Main special lllliMna
Telephone Connection at Mr. Harriman’, Residence. Also at tne White Kiephant Livery g--s.fr.
RennJSr»fndRM.kinAs^re*:n I DENISON, TEXAS.
S- 33 MORRIS,
(SuooeHoor *0 WELSH BROS.)
Dealer in Coffins and Burial Outfits,
Metallic Coffins, Etc,
■^-Embalming a Specialty.
Telegraph Order, promptly attended to.
Orders trom Territory will receive special
Telephone Communication, received afmy
glace of Business or Jack Gallagher’s Livery
Vo. m Mala St., Opp. Ooloaudo BotoL
MEN’S A LADIES’ ROBES ft BURIAL SHOEfll.
Wholooslo aad Botall Doalor ia _
Liquors, Brandies and .Wines,
No. 317 Main Street. DENISON. TEXAS.
. ' -_r
* W. A. HALLENBECK *
PROPRIETOH OB’ THE
-McGATE CITY BAKERY^N-
!Also Deiler in FINE CONFECTION-
ERY, FRUITS, NUTS, NOTIONS
AND CAKE ORNAMENTS.
309 l^Eain. St.. Swxxltaoao. T*xm.
. . . _ - . . ■"MB
J. B. McDOUGALL & CO., Proprietors,
IDeiiisora., .... ’X'ezarsuB.
This Hotel, just opened, it located at the Junction of the Mo. P. and H. ft T, ;
C. Railroads, but a step trom the Depot, and is supplied with alt the modern Im
provements of a first-class hotel. All the rooms are well furnished aad carp •l*d '
and have perfect rentillatioo; water is elevated by steam to every floor, and the
tablet are acscwledged to be the best supplied oi any house ia the state.
The First National Bilk,
J J EMP’S AGFNCY PROMPT attention given to collections.
Sxck&ngi oq Principal Citiu In UaiWd StiUs 4 Strip Bmgfct A 8aM
Favorite Diaught id Battled Beer
-Northern : Lake : Ice-
Depot on Woodard 8t.. Near Houston Ave.
W. B. MUNSON
J. T. MUNSON.
• - “
W. B. MUNSON,
J. T. MUNSON,
JOHN R. CARR,
T. V. MUNSON,
J. N. JOHNSON, Pre*.
SAM HANNA. Vice-Praa.
WILMOT SAKGKR, Cashier.
A. F. PLATTER.
E. B. WAPLES
HANNA. PLATTER & WAPLES,
State National Bank,
OF DENISON. .
Authorised Captial, ------ #500,000
Paid Up Capital,....... 100,000^
Surplus Fund, - -- -- -- - 15.C
ALEXANDER RENNIE, W. C. TIGNOR, A. W. ACHKSON
B. W. CARTE)
A. R. COLLINS,
C ..__„r ___ iL [
SAMUEL HANNA, WILMOT SAEGBR, J. N. JOt
----HR. - ‘ ’
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 5^7^31
NOS. 86, 88, 90, 92, MAIN STREET,
IffilKXSOli - ®.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COMMISSION v MERCHANTS,
zpiE&crvnsi oisr dealers.
Forwarders of Fruits, Vegetables, Etc.
Consignments Solicited and the Market Prices
the Day Ending Always Guaranteed.
iTy^The Best Acclimated Farm aud Garden Seeds
of all kinds a specialty, and at Bottom Prices.
Correspondence Solicited. ~ Ifl. 102 Main 8M DeilSBi, Tfilft.
G. BRAUN, Proprietor.
Near Union Depot, Main Street, - - DENISON, TEXAS.
Everything New and First-Glass. Bar Supplied with
Finest Wines, Liquors, Etc., to be found
IN THE WORLD.
A SPECIAL FEATUBBi
Drop in and pass a few minutes while waiting for the
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TNE FUTONS “PUFF” GINM
I. the best in the market. Factory next«
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 31, 1886, newspaper, October 31, 1886; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth555499/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.