The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 11, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 6, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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MURRAY’S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE.
M. F. DEARING, Matjao*k.
Those of oar subscribers who jjfet their mail at
tho Denison Postoflice, ax Tas gikkhal dbliv-
lay, should inform the clerk when calling for
their mill that they take the Sunday Oazbttsb.
Wc lend so many paper* to the office that thia i*
mportent to secure prompt delivery.
NOTICK TO SUU-
Plonno Notice the date
printed after yonr name
on thin iffMuo of* the Gu-
Retteer as It allows the
month to whlohyou have
|»mi<l for tlio paper. If* you
owe any-tit in |f another re-
mittance is In order. The
Hum to each subserllter
In small, but the ajjifre-
Ifato will tfo a Ion if way
towards buying paper
aad paylntf eomposltors.
JOHN a7 COBB7
3P3a.3rslcla.zi. axxd. Svurgreozi,
Office In Raff's Hotel, Kooin 15,
Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
Ch. E. JOHNSON. M.D.,
Cor. Gandy St. and Mirrick Ave.
OFFICE HOURS—From utoip. m.
l)It. C^ A. WILI(IN8,
N.o aiS Main Street, up Stairs,
Residence West Crawford Street,
Ad*AII calls promptly attended to day or night
from the city »>#co«intry.
W M. NAGLE,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office at J. W. Blakely A Co*s Drug Store.
Residence on Gandy Street, Building, recently
occupied by Mrs. Redwood.
D U. A. W. ACIIESON,
PiiYsiciAN and Surgeon,
Office at Price's Drug Store,
No. )>$ Main Street,
DENISON, - TEXAS.
Dlt. D. A. COOK,
Physician and Suilobon,
Office at Guitcau A Waldron's Drug Store,
Telephone Communication. _
A. C. Williamson, M, D.,
MaTOflke and Rooms in the Muller Block,
Will in connection with a general practice, give
special attention to chronic and the most obstinate
diseases, such as dyspepsia, catarrh, and all dis-
case# of the rectum.
DK. T. B. IIANNA,
Physician and Sukgeon>
Office aia Main Street,
Residence Cor. Woodard St. and Mirrick Avenue.
•ffrCalls Promptly Attended to day or ni«ht.-%.
Gko. W. Williams, M. D.,
Phyiisian aad Sorgton,
Office, West Stairway, in the fuller Block,
< Irdcrs left at Guitcau A Waldron's Drug Store,
will receive prompt attention.
* «* V Teicnhffne Communication.
»-*. S. JTEAH-8,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
OFFICE WITH* H. TONE.
HENRY L. HAYNES,
Attorney and Counselor At Law,
No. aiS Main Street, DENISON^ TEXAS.
Will practice in the State and Federal Court*.
S. A. Gll.ltHUT.
J. W. HNLEY,
G. W. PASCO.
Gilbert, Finley & Pasco,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Over Bank of Denison
DENISON, : , : : TEXAS'.
W. M. PECK,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office tip stairs over Beirne & Stein
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office Kast Stairway, Muller Block,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
A. B. PERSON,
ATTORNEY at law
Office over the City Bank,
DENISON, - - « TEXAS.
(1 G. RAN DELI.
RNDELL & HAUSE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Room# 1 and 3, Muller Block,
DENISON, : TEXAS.
Special Attention to Railroad Litigation.
NAT. II. L. DECKER,
ATOM AND COUNSELLER AT LAW.
■OFFfCK—;In East Hall, Muller block.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ano Notary Pubuc.
No. 212 Main Street, Up Stairs,
KK.U, ESTATE AGENTS.
S. S. LEGATE,
Contractor and Builder
IN WOOD. BRICK AND STONE.
Estimates furnished on application.
Shop on Woodard street, between Rusk and
Austin Avenues, Denison, Texas.
Contractor and Builder,
IN WOOD, STONE AND BRICK.
Eatimate, Fumiahed on Applied on.
Shop on Woodard street. Between Austin and
Contractor and Builder,
Shop on Woodard Street and Rusk Ave.
-JOB. *. WORK --
NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONK.
Door and Window Soreona a Specialty.
And Superintendent of Buildings.
Will furnish Plans and Specifications
at Reasonable Kates.
Office with A. H. Coffin, I
No. 31S Main Street. |
IlEFENCES:—Convent Building, McDougall
Opera House, McDougall Hotel, Star Store, A.
Rennie's building, Liboe Block, J. Kirby building,
lit buuiat ut Yvvtuii, iicoiuviivc tn la. 1'Fr""1 '
resdence of Chas. Cunningham, Denison, Texas;
Col. D. Light building. Convent, Sherman,Texas;
Baptist Church, Presbyterian Church, Bonham,
Texas. ^Several plans complete for erection.
Headquarter* for Everything in the Drug Line.
Faiati, Oils, Ulus k Fatty, a Specialty.
No. Jt5 Main Street,
pENISON, - > TEXAS.
C. W. HOTCHKISS,
House and Sign Painter,
Kaltoffllniag, Paper Hanging and Glazing.
RUSK AVENUE, DENISON, TEXAS.
J. N. Johnson, Pres. Sam'l Hanna, Vice-Pres.
Wi LM03 Sakobk, Cashier.
THE STATE NATIQEAL BASE,
Paid Up Capital,
Directors Alex. Rennie, Sam'l Hanna, W.
C. Tignor, I. N. Johnson, W. R. Green, Wilrnot
Sacger, Eu. II. Lingo, A. II. Coffin, A. R. Collin*.4
A General Banking Business Transacted.
BOHBBOUOH. MOOSE k CO., Bankers,
Transact a General Banking Business. Promt
attention given to collection* on alt points. Ex-
change on the principal cities of the united States
A. B. JOHNSON,
No. i t, Mair. Street,
Goods and Patterns of the Very Latest Styles.
Perfect Fit# and Satisfaction Guaranteed
OXj-A-:R2C BEOS., Prop'rs.
Table supplied with the best of everything
in the market.
CHARGE as reasonable.
Finn Bootns aud Slioon.
Shop on Austin Avenue,
DENISON, - - . - TEXAS.
DR. JAMES RHEA,
Office Room, No. 2, West Entrance
DENISON. - - TEXAS.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve, in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fe-
ver!Sores, 'fetter, Chapped Hands, Chil-
blal^ff. Corns, ahd all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re-
quired. It is guaranteed.to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Guiteau &
DR. FELIX LE BRUIT'S
G- &c <3-
B^re-v-en.'ta.ti-c’-© a.n.3. Ctare,
For Either Sex.
This remedy being injected into the
seat of those diseases 01 the Genito-Uri-
nary Organs, requires no change of diet
or nauseous, mercurial or poisonous
medicines to be taken internally. When
Am A Preventative
by either sex, it is impossible to contract
any venereal disease; but in live case of
wit!\G. and G. we guarantee 3 boxes to
cure or we will refund theiuoney. Price
by mail, postage paid, $2 per box, or 3
boxes for $5.
•ssued by atl authorized agents.
DR. FELIX LE BRUN CO.,
Sole Agents—S.ar Drug Store, Denison.*
Texas. No. 49-iy
We will pay the above reward for any
case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Sick Headache, Indigestion. Constipa-
tion or Costivencss, we cannot cure with
West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
They are purely vegetable, anil never
fail to give satisfaction. Sugar coated.
Large boxes, containg 30 pills, 25 cents.
For sale by all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and immitations. The gen-
uine manufactured only by JOHN C.
WEST & CO., tSi & iS3 W. Madison St.,
Chicago. Free trial package sent by
mail prepaid on receipt of a 2 cent stamp.
Sold at t e Star Drug Store. No.49-41
A. L. D ABN ALL. E. H. BOWLBY.
Barnall & Bowlby,
Wholesale and Retail
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
ABSTRACT OF DENISON PROPERTY
Office in Muller Block over Postoffice
Denison, : : : : : Texas.
Beal Estate, Iusurauee and Broker's Office of
A. H. COFFIN,
VsUry TtibUo f Seaenl CanTeyanccr
No. n3 Main Street, up Stairs,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
W. H. HUGHES,”
Real Estate Agent
and General Broker.
4i**Makcs advance# op Collateral# of any kind
and conduct# a general agency business.
Wo; 315 Main Stroet, DENISON, TEXAS. ,
J. T. MUNSON,
Beal Estate aad Abstract of Titles.
3tT otary BP-o-’tolic.
Farm and Fruit Land a Specialty.
»»*£££ Denison, Texas.
ZINTGKAFF A FRH NCI l“
Real Estate Brokers
And Insurance Agt’s.
Office over Bank of Deniaon.
Camps, Oil, Table Cutlery, Baskets,
Bird cages. Toys, Vases, Lanterns,
Flower Pots. Fruit Jars, Mirrors,
Majolica Goods, Woodware
and House Furnishing
Goods. Also a spec-
ial line of fine Flint Glass
Bar Goods and Fixtures.
No 299 North Travis Street, Opp. Mar chant
k Blasters Bank,
Call and Examine our Goods & Prices
HOTEL ^ RESTAURANT WARE
Mrs. Dr. Walton’s Periodical Tea.
Mother Walton has prescribed this
valuable medicine for a great many years
in her private practice. It has proved
an untailing specific in the treatment of
the many disorders to which the female
constitution is subject. It is a sure cure
for the monthly jroubles that so many
women suffer. -Mailed on receipt of
price, 50 cents . t
*'RAZ1ER MEDICINE CO..
Proprietors, Cleveland, O.
Guiteau & Waldron, Denison, Texas
Saratoga High Rock Spring Water, for
sale bv all druggists 42
THE STAB STQBE.
The Largest aad Best Arranged Dry
Goods House in North Texas.
About the first word a Denison
baby ever speaks is “Star Store,”
and the first place the little prattler
pleads to go is to the Star Store,
but this desire is hereditary, being
naturally transmitted from mother to
child. We mention this fact to show
how vei y popular the Star Store is
among the ladies who associate it
with everything manufactured ioi
their embellishment and comfort,
such as calicos, lawns, ginghams,
while goods, corsets, table damtsks,
towels, Spanish lace, gloves, paia-
sols, ribbons, sashes, scarfs, silks,
satins, shoes slippers, and in fact
every article that could be enumer-
ated under the head of ladies’ fur-
nishing go xls. And the men, little-
girls and boys join the chorus of
admiration when they look over the
list of men’s business suits, dress
suits, business pants, dress pants,
white vests, jeans pants, overalls,
boy’s and children’s suits, men’s
white and colored shirts, underwear,
shoes and boots, hats, valises,
trunks, umbrellas, rubber coats,
The Star Store has now in stock
a very complete line of ready-made
dresses for ladies and misses’ sum-
mer wear, which wjll be closed out
at special bargains. These dresses
are made according to the latest
fashions and will not fail to please
all who examine them.
One special feature of the Star
Store is its Order department, and
one lady is kept busy in attending
to this depaitment. All orders sent
the house are attended, to with the
same promptness and attention that
would be given the purchaser if per-
sonally pesent, and a child seven
years old receives the same atten-
tion as the lady.
The household furnishing goods
department is ample and complete,
a $10,000 stock being kept eon-
stanly on hand, consisting of car-
pets, matting, oil cloths, linen and
lace curtains, &c., &c.
To give the stranger a better idea
of the magnitude of this house, we
mention that it is twenty-five feet
wide, one hundred feet long, with
four floors, and all four of these
spacious rooms are filled with goods
to their utmost capacity. Twenty
clerks, three ladies and seventeen
gentlemen are kept busy frojn morn-
ing till night waiting on the hnn-
dreds of customers that visit the store
lor goods. And lire politeness and
gentility of these clerks is prover-
bial within the large circle patroniz-
ing the Star Store—the gentlemen
aie handsome, the ladies are pretty.
Citizens from the Indian Terri-
tory on coming to Denison make the
Star Store their headquarters.
Why? Btcause they have long
since learned that it gives them bet-
ter bargains than they can secuie
elsewhere. Thanking them lor past
tayois, it solicits a continuation ot
patronage, promising to deal with
them in future as in the past.
The Star Store is the oldest store
in Denison, and has gained its de-
served popularity by a straight for-
ward course of fair dealing, and un-
chapging fidelity to its patrons. It
can afford to sell goods cheaper than
any other store in North Texas,
simply because Mr. Waterman, one
of Che firm, lives in the East and
buys all the goods, thus saving from
3 to 71-3 per cent, which other
dealers are compelled to give the
middle men in the great eastern
markets. Of course the patrons of
the Star Stoic reap the benefit of
this per cent, which amounts to a
considerable sum in the course of a
few months. Mr. Waterman is a
circumspect and shrewd business
man, a close buyer and a good judge
of all classes of merchandise; and
just at this time, taking advantage
of the New York crisis in money
matters, is buying goods 50 per cent,
cheaper than ever before, and as a
result, the Star Store can resonably
afford to sell goods at bed-rock
prices, and every one buying goods
there readily concede the fact that it
is so selling. Long may its star
shine to guide the public to its
bazaar of superior goods and living
Silverware ! Watches ! Jewelry 11
It is with a degree of genuine
pleasure that we mention the oldest
and most tellable jeweler (and dealer
in silverware now in Denison, Mr.
l’h. Slutzky, at Jacob’s Bazaar,
Mai^street. He lias now in stock
the most complete, desirable and
handsome line of goods ever before
handled in Denison, such as gold,
silver and nickel watches, gold
rings, diamond rings, ear-rings, pins,
studs, charms, &c., together with a
large lot of very handsome clocks.
Mr. Slutzky also has a large stock
of silverware suitable for family use,
wedding and birth day presents,
such as water pitchers, cake bas-
kets, castors, butter dishes, sryup
pitchers, sugar and cream combina-
tion sets, knives and forks, tea and
table spoons, napkin rings, etc., etc.
Among his ornamental goods we
may enumerate some very beautiful
toilet sets, jewel cases, card-receiv-
ers and many other articles too num-
erous to mention in a short notice.
Mr. Slutzky is one of the old fixtures
of Denison and his record for fair
dealing and reliable representation
of goods is a warrant for asserting
that all goods sold by him will give
entire; satisfaction, and will be
handsomely engraved by skillful ar-
tists tree of charge. It is a treat to
the eye to call and behold the beau-
tiful goods this popular old dealer
has in store.
XRE ADMIRATION OF DENISON
TK| Universally Popular Dry Goods House
oi J. Weism&n & Go., Ill Main
Offers Special Inducements to file Oitisens
of the Indian Territory.
Although lb* firm of J^Weisman
& Co. have been luburiness In Den-
ison but a few month# they have
succeeded in becoming universally
popular with the public, chiefly on
account of real merit and iair deal-
ing, together with the superiority of
the £6od* handled. Day after day
their store is thronged with custo-
mers from the city and all parts of
the surrounding country, embracing
11 large portion of the Indian Ter-
ritory. and still we fail to hear a
complaint of dissatisfaction from
any one. The members of the
firm have been in business in Texas
for over ton years and their house in
Marshall, Texts, is one of the larg-
est stores of general merchandise in
the state. They are lully acquaint-
ed with the advantages to be taken
ot the uorthern market, consequent-
ly they are enabled to sell goods
at very low prices, having bought
them with judicious care. Their
store house contains two floors 25X
1 30 ft., and each one is now crowded
with every article of merchandise
for which there is demand. On the
lower floor is to be seen a wonderful
display of every article of ladies'
dress goods, hats, shoes, silks, sat-
ins, linens, muslins, lawns, lace,
embroidery, hosiery, notions, in
fact everything for summer wear.
On the upper floor everything is
kept in the way of gents* furnishing
goods, and the s^ock of clothing is
specially selected to suit all classes
of customers, and we have scarcely
ever seen a more complete stock of
goods in tills line.
This sterling firm is determined to
secure tbe largest trade of any house
in the city and they give the people
of the Indian Territory special invi-
tation to call and examine their
goods and prices, promising to give
entire satisfaction in every instance.
And, knowing the firm as we do,
we ieel sure that all who thus visit
them will receive material benefit by
so doing. Their store is the first
one to be found on Main street on
entering the city from the depot,
making it more convenient for those
arriving on trains. A reporter was
at the counting-room a short time on
Wednesday morning, and there was
not a minute passed but was heard
the clink of gold and silver on the
desk, as a polite and obliging clerk
would deposit the price ol some
article sold, thus evincing the fact of
large and continued sales. And
this is a substantial evidonce of mer-
ited popularity with the public, for
people soon learn where the best
goods and prices are to be fouud.
To the people ol the Indian Ter-
ritory we take pleasure in lecom-
mending the house of J. Weisman
& Co. The proprietors and their
corps of clerks are polite and oblig-
ing, and the character of their goods
will always be found just as recom-
mended. This is no flattering puff,
but a mention of a business institu-
tion that every citizen of Denison is
justly proud of, the center of attrac-
tion to every lady and the pride of
the surrounding country.
The New Drag 8 to re to the Frent-
Julius A. Caspary has come to
Denison and fitted up the most
handsome and attractive Drugstore
Denison. Neither time nor
money has been spared to make it
attractive to the public; the ahelv-
ing filled with plate mirrors illumin-
ate the building, and the counters
are the finest that could be procured.
To the counters are attached elegant
and beautiful silk plush counter-
stools, and the floor is covered with
nice matting. Another pleasing feat-
ure is the large number of ebony show
cases filled with choice perfumery,
toilet soaps of all kinds, cosmetics,
face powders, comb*, brushes, fine
papetries, elegant photograph al-
bums, pocket books, fine pocket
cutlery, celluloid sets, toilet sets,
cabinet picture frames, etc., etc.
i lis line of trusses, supporters, &c.,
is complete, also the line of lamps
and lamp goods. Mr. Caspary of-
fers to the smoking public fine ci-
gars, cigarettes, pipes, &c. Tbe
stock of drugs is pure, fresh and in
every respect complete—all kinds
patent medicines, paints, paint and
whitewash brushes and painter’s
supplies, pure chemicals, t ie largest
and best line of fluid and solid ex-
tracts ever brought to this city. The
line of powdered goods is full and
fresh. He alatr carries a line of
proprietary remedies of his own
which he guarantees. Mr. Caspary
solicits a trial from the people of
Denison and guarantees satisfaction.
The compounding of prescriptions
is made a speciality and he is pre-
pared to All the most difficult ones
with dispatch. * In the store are to
be found a corps of competent and
polite clerks ready to show you ev-
ry attention. Finally, we bespeak
for Mr. Caspary at least a trial; you
will find in his store everything to
be found in a first class Drugstore.
All persons in want of help, and
those desiring places, will do well
to apply at the Intelligence Oflice,
134 Main street.
BEAD THE NEWS.
Leeper A Boldrick to the Front with the
Best Line of Hardware in North
A Gazetteer reporter was out
this week taking a view of the va-
rious business houses in the city, iind
in the rouud stopped in at the mam-
moth hardware establishment of
Messrs. Leeper & Boldrick, Nos.
94, 96 and 9S Main street, at the old
stand ot Hanna, Platter & Lingo.
This house needs no special intro-
duction to the public, as it has, by
fair ilealing and the handling ot
nothing but the best of goods, given
itself a reputation far more flattering
than we can give it by writing of
its merits. The store is one ol the
largest and handsomest edifices in
the city, being two stories high and
75x120 feet in dimension, and is now
filled to overflowing with everything
usually foilmd in a first-class hard-
ware house. Here are to be found
shelf and^heavy hardware, mill ma-
chinery, tinware, Charter Oak cook-
ing stoves, agricultural implements,
iron, steel, nails, Scutt’s batb wire,
mechanic's tools, builder’s hardware,
Winchester rifles, .Colt’s revolvers,
carving knives, and an elegant va-
riety of pocket cutlery. A large lot
of the celebrated Mitchell wagons
constantly on hand, also the John
Deere plows. Buckeye mowers,
pumps, rubber belting and packing,
etc., etc. Messrs. Leeper & Bol
rick keep two traveling salesmen
out among the people of the State
and Indian Territory. Mr. J. R
Horton, formerly of St. Louis, is
working up East Texas and the
genial and affable young gentleman
Mr. Ed. Leeper, represents the
house in the Nation. AH orders by
mail will be promptly filled and
goods shipped without delay. The
firm invites the people of the Nation
to visit their house on coming to
Denison, promising to give entire
satisfaction both as to quality of
goods and liberality of prices. Per-
haps there is not another hardware
house any where in North Texas
that will compare with the one now*
under consideration, and the firm
make it a point to secure the con
tinued patronage of every one to
whom they make a first sale. They
go on the principle that honesty, se-
lect goods and fair dealing is the
surest road to wealth. Give them a
trial and realize the correctness of
MIBCKU-AMBMCS A DTI
W. A. HALL!
-Proprietor of 1
No family should he without it! GATE CITY
-And Dealer fta
File Coifectiuery, Fruits, fits, Ttys, MmsM Cake I
The Great Sanitary Agent!
THE MOST POWERFUL AND EF-
Prevets Loathsome Disease.
Ladies! Ladies I Ladies!
For Toilet Use!
I odor ol the body, s veaty led and armpit#,
and wash the mouth to correct uffeaziveaes
Important Medical Endorsements.
It is important that all cities in the line of intectious fevers, especially the dreaded
c every precaution against the generating: and spreading of fetid odor*,
o purify the foulest aad most diseased atmosphere at once. It is absolute!
athsome rioaters dragged from the river have been rendered inoffensive by
Fnwh llllKAD, OAKEN* and
■ Dellverr'd to Any Part ofu« *...** , , .
Kvery Moraine. ^
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL 1
H BAKERY LINE. ICE CREAM AND SODA
ER DURING THE SEASON.
300 Main St., DENISON,
By sponging it will destroy all odor of the body, s veaty feet and armpit#. Add one teaspoontull to a
glass ot water and wash the mouth to correct offcosivene** of bad breath.
dum will not fail to
ble. The most lot
use of this marveloos deodorizer
A LETTER FROM TIIE FEVER DISTRICTS.
MEMriiis, Tenn., November 7, 1S68.
F. G. Crane, Esq., Chicago. 1U.:
Dear Sir—The fever broke out in the family with which 1 stayed during the epidemic, and
CIGARS AND PIPES,
American aad French Bralr,
A STRONG LETTER FROM NEW ORLEANS.
Chloridum received. My premises, water
the combined odors of foul gas, carbolic acid.
New Orleans, July 18, iSSt.
closets and atmosphere were terribly unpregnateo with
__ chloride of liipe, and other disinfectants. The air
was saturated with these compound emanations. 1 osed your Chloridum according to directions,
and I must say that it antidoted the noxious exhalations immediately. I will call Dr. Herrick's at*
tention to it shortly, as he is the secretary of the Board of Health at New Orleans. What this city
wants is a good disinfectant, one that is positively efficacious and odorless. The noxious scent of
carbolic acid rises from every street corner,-' Very Truly,
45 S. Rampart St., N. O. C. II. Field, M. D.
LETTER FROM DR. BOISL1MKRK.
St. Louis, March 14, 1&&4.
I have given fair trial to Crane's Improved Chloridum in mv Gynecological Clinic, at the £
Louis Medical College, and also in private practice. It has no odoroi its own, while it arrests decay,
fermentation, and destroys micro-organisms. 1 feel authorized to give this reccoamendation as this
is not a patent or secret preparation, the formula having been shown to the medical profession.
L. Cu. Boislinikke, Frol. Obstetrics St. Louis Med. Col.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
DR. J. I. DELASHMUTT,
FROM ST. LOUIS POST OFFICE.
Post Office, St. Louis, Mo.. August 13th, iSSj.
find it all t hat it is rep
* v/r F iv ,, 1 . ijvm. ta, i.iv., /»vi^i 13111 • 1003*
Ve have used Crane'* Chloridum in the water closets of this building, find it all that it is repre-
d to he. I have no hesitation in recommending itTis fully meeting the requirement# of a dista-
nt and deodorizer. Tnerc can be no question os to its value for these purpose*.
Yours Truly, Samuel Hay*, Post Master.
k. Tfc* Doctor
For rent, two, three and six room
houses to rent, east of the park, at
low rates, by C. M. Davis.
Want of Faith.
If Guiteau Si Waldron, the druggists,
do not succeed, it is not for the want of
faith. They have such faith in I)r. Bo-
sanko’s Cough and Dung Syrup as a
remedy for coughs, colds, consumption
and lung affections, that he will give a
bottle tree to each and every one who is
in need of a medicine of this kind. Sold
by Messrs. Guiteau & Waldron.
A nasal injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy.
Price 50 cents at Guiteau &Wal^
FROM WM. BARK DRY GOODS CO.
St. Loci*, February *7, iSSj.
Wc take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities of Crane's Chloridum. We consider it the
ery best of the many disinfectants that we have ever used. It de»tro*i all offenaiye odors without
emitting any. & Yours respectfully, Wm. Barr Dry Goods Company.
NO HOTEL SHOULD BE WITHOUT CHLORIDUM.
Everitt House, St. Louis, August 16, iSSj.
Wc have used Crane's Chloridum since the ist of June, and have never seen anything that could
compare with it for killing any and all bad odors. For hotels and restaurants we consider it inva!*
aiable, and assure you that our 1 iou.se shall never be without it. Your# respectfully,
Butler A Hawley, Everett House.
A BREECH LOADER FROM THE SIMMONS HARDWARE CO.
St. Louis, February *7, 1S84.
Wc have been using Crane's Chloridum as a disinfectant in our building for the past six months,
and find it all that it is represented to be. We consider it one of the best articles for the purpose
that has ever been presented to us, and we have no hesitancy in recommending its use. We have wed
it thoroughly and effectively in all the water closets in our building, and find that it accotnplisbe*
all that is expected of it. Yours truly, Simmons Hardware Co.
J. M. HILL & CO.
TAKKS THIS MKTIIOD OF INFORMING THE rUIILICjnO
HE I# LOCATING AIS OFFICE IN
OVER THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
An.I will be there the lint ll.nl>, In each month, to remain ana we
KF*Kll‘o«tiiiilIy CurtMM -All Dlacasoa of*
That are Curable, and a great many that have been pronounced licswMl by <
cal Fraternity. Ha alao Treats
All Clirtmln DIbbuiibii WlthGood Muuoou.
A* lor Reference he can Rive thousand* of once afflicted person. Cored by him. II Mff ffOMWM
to meet the Dr. at hi* office, (end description of case and have medicine .eat you that wul perma-
nently cure the caae. _
DR. J. I. DELASHMUTT, Colbert Sutton, I. T.
:PHOTOGR4PPIC: - rSTUDIO:
lost MORRISON BLOCK.
A Lariie Stock of Plain and Fancy Frame*
AlWay-a on Hand.
Duplicates Can be Had at Any Time.
B. J. MILLER, Prop’r.,
Successor to Miller |i Curd.
Hackmetack, a lasting and fra-
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 els.
Guiteau & Waldron has it. 13
Are you made miserable by indi-
gestion, constipation, dizziness, loss
of appetite, yellow skin? Shiloh’s
Vitalizer is a positive cure. Sold l>y
Guiteau & Waldron, Druggists. 10
♦ ■ —
PILES! POES!! PILES!!!
Sure cure for blind, bleeding and Itch-
ing l’itea. One box has cured the worst
cases of 2o years’ standing. No one need
sutler five minutes after using William's
Indian Pile Ointment. It absorbs tum-
ors, allavs, itching, acts as poultice,
gives instant reliel. Prepared only for
Piles, itching ot the private parts, noth-
ing else. Hon. J. M. Coftenbury, of
Cleveland, says: “I have used scores of |
Pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to
say that I have never lound anything
which gives such immediate and perma-
nent relief as Dr. William’k Indian Pile
Ointment.” Sold by druggists and
mailed on receipt of price, $1.
FRAZIER MEDICINE CO.,
Guiteau & Waldron, wholesale and re-
tail agents, Denison, Texas. 42
Sherburne’s boots take the cake
oi any boot sold in the country.
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of
Bourbon, Ind.,*ays: “Both myself
and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. For sale at
Guiteau & Waldron’s. 9
Dr. Frasier’s Root Bitters.
Frazier's Root Bitters art not a dram
shop beverage, but are strictly medicinal
in every sense. They act strongly upon
the liver and kidneys, keep the bowels
open and regular, make the weak strong,
heal the lungs, build up the nerves, and
cleanse the blood and system of every
impurity. Sold by druggists. 81 -oo.
42 Guiteau & Waldron, Denison.
A single trial will convince anyone of its real value, and of the truth of the foregoing statements, tad
- recommendations. Attetention is also called to it* cheapness as will be seen -
by directionsjor dilating with water. For sale in
quantities to suit.
An Agency for Its Sale Mil lie Opened at SHERMAN and Other Points.
LEMP’S BEER AGENCY,
Corner Woodard St. and Houston Ave.
-A FULL SUPPLY OP-
W. J. tap’s Celebrated Extra Export
And KEG BEER Always on Hand.
Delivered Daily to any Fart of the City.
COLD STORAGE WARE ROOM
For Perishable Qooda During the Warm Weather.
iyA Share of the Pulic Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
-A_. OIRXD'W Sc 00.,
THOMAS FOX7 JAS. A. CAREY.
FOX & CABBY,
Wholesale and Retail
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
WEST MAIN STREET, Tlrtin 1 qrtri 11 ’ny n Q
NO. :*13 NORTH SIDE. i. tJ
C3h PHOA8 J0
THE FMOUS “PUFF” OIUM
Is the Best in the market. Factory *10, next door
to Murray’s Printing House, "DKNISON, TEXAS.
BEST ASSORTMENT 1
Guiteau & - Waldron’s
-Wholesale and Retail ........
Drug House of Denison,
UNDER TIIE OPERA HOUSE,
No. 223 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
GENERAL LAND OFFICE
Eighteen hundred Rewards given
at Sherburne’s shoe store, Denison,
^ ^ ~
For dyspepsia and liver complaint
you have a printed guarantee on ev-
ery bottle of Shiloh’s Vitalizer. Ij
never fails to cure. Buy it of Gui-
jeau & Waldron. 15
With a majority of people it is no ex-
periment that Dr. Bosanlto’s Cough and
Lung Syrup is a sure cure for coughs,
colds, pains in the lungs, soreness in the- i
chest, etc,, but for those who doubt, ask
your neighbors why liave used it or get
a free sample bottle of Guiteau Si Wal-
dron’s, the druggists. Regular size 50
cents and 81.00. Sold by Messrs. Gui-
teau & Waldrop.
Shiloh’s cute will immediately re-
lieve croup, whooping cough, ami
bronchitis. For sale by Guiteau &
Waldron. * 14*
A Life Saving Present-
Mr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Kan.:
Saved his life by a simple Trial Bottle of
Dr. King’s New Discovery, for Consump-
tion, which caused him to procure a
large bottle, that completely cured him,
when Doctors, change of climate and
everything else had failed. Asthm.
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs,
and ail throat diseases, it is guaranteed
to cure. Trial bottles lree at Guiteau Si
Waldron’s drug store. Large size $1.00.
Why will you cough when Shi-
loh’s Cure will give immediate re-
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts., and $1
Guiteau & Waldron keeps it. 11
Everybody who buys boots and
shoes receives a present at Sher-
burne’s shoe store.
3. H. PORTER,
THE GILT EDGE
Muller Block irocot
..~»5=:IS IIEADQUARTEHS KOH2=S*--
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
FRUITS, ETC., ETC. 4.
EYerytMin Fresh, anti at Reasonable Prices. j.
CFBAIRs’MOCtaNWBLL & 0O,
JUta Street, Sext Deer to tke Star Store, DENISON, TEXAS
A. R. COLLINS & CO,,
E«sta.bllailio<l In ISPS.
In Real Estate, Merchandise, Bonds, Scrip. Eto., Bto.
And General Insurance Agents.
1 AGENTS:—Denison Town Go., Damson Improvement
Company, Denison Sc Pacific R. R. Land#, and Olty Prop-
erty, Gainesville Town Company.
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company.
German American Insurance Company.
Queen of England Fire Insurance Company.
Western Assurance of Toronto Insurance Company.
Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
Phoenix of Hartford Insurance Company.
Girard of Philadelphia Insurance Company.
Niagara Fire Insurance Company.
Crescent of New Orleans Insurance Company.
California Fire Insurance Company.
Merchants of Newark Insurance Company.
Commercial of California, of California.
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
Travelers Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford.
CHOICE FARHINB, GRAZING, FRIUT AID MINERAL LANDS,
Term# Time, Tracts Cut to Suit.
Taxes paid for Non-ReaidcnU, M«o«, Plata «nd Abstract* furniahed. Spec
ial attention to Loans. Choice Keiidence and Huainet* Property tor tale or rent.
I^ot« sold bv monthly payments.
If your wish to buy a Residence, If you wi*h to Rent a Residence,
If you wi.h to buy or rent business property If you wish to hty a Farm,
If you want to buy a Ranch, If you with to Loan Monay,
If you w ish to Insure your property, If you with to Insure your life.
If you wish to insure against accident, If you wlah a Buainesa Opening,
Call Upon A. B. OOUbXSB * 90.,
, 124 Main St.. DENISON, TEXAS.
Always have a carriage at the door to show properly, free of charge.
The best investment—a home of your own.
A Bun on a Drug Store.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drufif Store as is now at Guiteau & Wal-
dron’s for a Trial Bottle of Dr. King’s
New Discovery for Consumption, Colds
and Coughs. All persons affected with
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs, can get a trial bottle ot this
great remedy fret, by catling aflabove
Drug Store. 'Regular aise $t .00.
CUFF & FOX,
FEED, *-* PROVISIONS, .*. ETC.
Country Produce Bought uud Solti.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City Free.
No. 415 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
E. C. CLIFFORD,
House, Sign and Ornamental Fainter,
-"Paper Hanger and Kalsominer.
Office aud Shop West Main Street, - • DENISON, TEXAS.
S-A--X7TE YOUE OB9SX8 FOB
THE DENISON NURSERIES,
T. V. MUNSON, PnopntBTOK.
WHO EMPLOYS NO PEDDLERS TQ WORRY HI8 CUSTOMERS.
R. H.Bnnn’s Hew Meat Market,
No. 113 Main Stiect, DENISON. TEXAS.
Keeps the Best Beef, Pork, Mutton, Ac.
Patron* will find the best ot Freak Meats at this Market.
and v Locksmith
NO. 116 ’MAXIT
ID IE 3ST ISO ZEST.
Special attention given Pumps, Steam and
Terms cheap but Cash.
Commission V Me]
Fruits and Vegetables a
No. 116 Mail Street
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