The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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Last Sunday mnluf a Gazkttkkk re*
porUr was present at the meeting of the
Young lien’s Christian Association of
Denison- Near the adjournment of the
meeting the Rev. Dr. Roberts took the
door and made a few terse and eery
ppiutaui remarks. Among other things
the Doctor said: “We should talk to
the young man of Denison, and not or
or uoirr him. We must take him by
the hand and make him feel that we have
an interest in his welfare, if we would ex-
ercise a moral and derating influence
orer him. • • • • Have you read Bio.
Murray’s paper of to-day and last week f
(I say Bro Murray, because he is one
with us in the promotion of moral In-
fluences.) I never was more gratified
than when I read what he said about the
evl> influences sround our city, especial-
ly hit remarks about the great White El-
ephant: and my very heart leaped for
joy when I read the following, ‘Whenever
the issue is squarely made, there la no
doubt as to the result—gambling will go,
up staits and down. It will be rather
rough on the four thousand-(lollar-a-
year white elephant enterprise, but gamb-
ling will go nevertheless. It will simply
be a substitution of rocks for turf, and
the laws of the state will be sustained.’
And I do hope that Mr. Murray and the
committee of twenty will go on and on,
until the moral character and influence
of Denison will not b e second to Dallas,
St. Louis, or any other city. If gam-
bling could be silenced in Dallas, it can
be driven out of Den iaon. Dallas Is in
Texas, and therefore governed by the
same laws that we are; and there is no
reason why we should not have the same
protection by virtue of those laws.’’
Mr. Poster, president of the associa-
tion, made a few remarks equally as
pointed as those we have quoted
in every sense. The? act s
the liver and kidneys, keey
open and regular, malm the
heal the lungs, build up tin
cleanse the blood and aval
impurity. Sold bv druggist
AY’S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE.
STATE OF TEXAS, l
' County of Grayaon, } SS
CITY OF DENISON, J
To All Whom It May Oonoarn:
Bv vtotas at the authority in aw vested b» law,
asd the Tax Roll* of the City of Denison, Gray-
sen county. State of Texas, for the year i»i the
time haring expired in which the taxes tor iS8<
should have been paid and the taxes so assessed
on the teal mststr hereinafter described on said
Asaesament Rolls being yet unpaid, I Phil M.
Smith, ft« leans aad Collector of Taxes for the
City of Deeiaon. Grajrcon County, Texes, have
seised aad levied upon and shall proceed to sell at
the East door of the Court House, at Sherman,
count, of Grayson. State of Texas, on ttw 3rd
day ia June, 1&4. being the first Tuesday of sa.d
mm>th. between the boors of 10 o’clock A. M. and
4 P. li.. for cash to the highest bidder, all sad
singular each and every tract of land and town
let situated in the City of Denison, Grayson
Canny. Texas, to enforce the .payment of Taxes
assessed against the lands as aforesaid, or 10
much thereof as will he sufficient to pay the taxes
with the caste end penalties accrued thereon j such
axle shall continue during the legal hours on rite
day* following the first Tuesday In Jane, 1*4,
until all said lands are sold, or the taxes due
‘fcerTO“UP‘id- PHIL. M. SMITH.
Assessor and Collector of Taxes.
Denison, Texas, May jtd, 18*4.
Contractor and Builder,
IN WOOD. STONK AND BRICK.
The first symptom of Piles is an in-
tense itching st night after getting warm.
This unpleasant sensation is immedi-
ately relieved by an application of Dr.
Bosanko'a Pile Remedy. Piles in ait its
forms, itch. Salt Rheum and Ring-
worm can be permanently cored by the
use of this great lemedy. Price 50 cu.
Manufactured by the Dr. Bosanko Medi-
cine CoPiqua, O. Sold by Guitesu
Contractor and Builder,
Shop oa Woodard Street aad Rusk Are.
-JOB. *. - WORK-
NEATLY AND qjJICXLY DONS.
Door and Window Boroeaa a Specialty.
do not succeed, it is not for the want of
faith. They have such faith ia Dr Bo-
sanko’s Cough and Lung Syrup as a
remedy for coughs, colds, consumption
and lung auctions, that be will give a
bottle free to each and every one who ia
in need of a medicine of this kind. Sold
by Messrs. Guitesu St Waldron.
And Superintendent of Buildings.
Will furnish Plans and Specifications
at Reasonable Rates.
Office with A. H. Coffin, | n—:— Tavae
No. S18 Main Street. | UtBlSUU, It.llS.
REFENCES:—Convent Building. McDougall
Opera House, McDowell Hotel. Star Store, A.
Rennie's building, Libbe Block, J. Kirby building,
I I ■■ ■■ --; -h — fk U nl ^ W h * a kt.tLlinu,
Andresre, leo., Duma, add., lots 13 and 14,
block so...:.................8 *-sS
Alexander, Henry, Steyen's add., lot 13.
tO 4, blOCk CS.eeeeeee.e.ee.eeee.oeeee 9*4°
Alley, B. D., Milter** and add., lota 6 to 9, ‘
block 65.............................. 7#
"*i: iSf £
Boas A HsUeriffi.’* P.'add.’, lots 4 and 5.'
fJJSi.1hV.M.* P.-.teiiV s^i«£ck
ReweeJ^'. M. '* P"iojVibtaik 45
Buna, R. H., Lsyne’s add., lots 13 aad 14,
block ax*.............• •••......... 3-7$
Berios. Tsjtoc, city. S. half lot. 6, t, 8,
nwfkJt1 •• »»;»• ..««....»•■» 3*75
Bailey, B. H.. Miller's 1st S«4.. kgs I and
a, block 8............................ 5**5
Browell, John, city, lot 13, Woek 10........ 0-37
B^e^ He^’oPj*^:, »
Bentley, M. J., city, lot 14 and E. half 13,
block 3*«••••••••»••*•••■•••••••••■•■■ 9*f®
Burrows,Charles, Miller's 1st add., Wsi
and s, block is....................... S “1
Build, Mary, city, lots at and as, block 69.. *8.15
Burdick, Charles, city. fot 14,block *6..... 5-*3
Bell, ). k, Miller's lit add.,lot 14, block 4. 4«
Burble, Charles, city, lot t. hloch 31........ 15.00
Bradley, A. M., Dumas, add., lots 13 to lb,
block *6. e e see e e eoe e • ■ «e • e a as e e • ee» ee a 5'®3
Coffin, Mrs. Virginia, city, lot ia, block 31, 9.40
Camptell. James.citT lot e, block ds....... i.£
Cook, J. i>.. Cook's add.,hit4, b.ocf a.... 57
Cross, Mrs. Sallle, Miller’s 1st add., N. ■*
third of lots ij and 16, block 33....... i.jo
Curry, Philip, Eutnas add., lots 13 to id,
olock 14. -.* 9**9
Crooks,TJ*. city, lots 7 and 8, block **.50
Craig, L. R., L .ynes add., lots *5 ana ad,
block a.............................. 4—
Case, Anderson, Layne’s add., lot 10,
Christian^Jcdin,* Milter's'snd* 'ad'dY, K.' bail
block 71 .....*. 3*75
Campbell, F. B„ Miller's 1st add., lot a,
block ........................ mo
Carter, Mrs. Mat. R., city, lots 3 and 4 and
t. hklf of 5. block .................. 7-S°
Chiles, Henry T., city, lota 5 and d, block 35 18.7s
Caldwell, Lei, if. A j*., lot d, block 15.... 93
Crawford, Clara M., efty, lots 7 to 1*,
block 45 ............................. 75-00
Carlton, Mr*. Mollie, Miller’s snd add.,
Chapman, Wm„ Miller's 1st add., lot 14,
block 3...*•••«••••..«••••............ 375
Coffee and Potter, Miller's and add., lots 1
to 4, block 8j.......................- 75
Colemaa, lordon, Milter’s and add., lot-
bfoch yo.............................. 3*oo
Caldwell, Lee, Layne’s add., lot6, block zs 1.50
Castle, Mrs. Mattie, Dumas’ add., lots d
snd 7, block 15.................••••*•* *.’3
Conrad, D. Dumas’ add., lots 9 and 10,
block ................................ >-50
Cherry, ?. M., city, lota a and 3. block sd... 7-5°
DavU. Mrs. Margaret, Steyen’s add., lot a,
block a........... *-*5
Dunn. Kred, city, lots 5<u«d d, block 34. . • 3**75
Day, VV. H., city, lot *. block ...............
Dayton, Rosa B., Miller’s sad add., lots 9
and 10, block 40...................... *-*5
DR. D. A. COOK,
Physician and 3urwkon
Office at Guiteau at Waldron's Drug Store,
With ft majority of people it ift no ex-
periment that Dr. Bosanko’* Cough and
Lung Syrup it a sure cure lor coughs,
colds, pains in the lungs, soreness in the
chest, etc., but for those who doubt, ask
your neighbors why have used it or get
a free sample bottle of Guiteau Si Wal-
dron’s, the drugeists. Regular time 50
cents and fit.00. Sold by Messrs. Gui-
teau & Waldrop.
Mother Walton baa 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 troubles that so many
women suffer. Mailed on receipt of
price, 50 cents;
FRAZIER MEDICINE CO..
Proprietors, Cleveland, O.
Guiteau & Waldron, Denison, Texas.
Saratoga High Rock Spring Water, for
sale bv all druggists. 43
DR. JAMES RHEA
Office Room, No. 3, West Entrance
DENISON. - - TEXA
Dkkisox, Tex vs.
;Ti A Rg SR03-, X*r©p’xa.
Table supplied with the best of everything
in the market.
CHARGE AS REASONABLE.
DR. T. B. HANNA,
Physician and 3urqeon»
Residence Cori* \V00dari^St”imiLM irrick Avenue.
4QTCall* Promptly Attended to day or night ."^8
The tfld friends of the Prairie Farmer,
and many farmers all oyer the West and
East, too. will be glad to learn of tpe
good fortune that has cotne to this time-
honored journal, which for nearly half a
centur y (43 years) has been doing good
service to and Cor the agricultural inter-
eats of our country. The number of
Msy 3d announces that henceforth, The
Prairie Farmer will be under the Edito-
rial Direction and Business Management
of Mr. Orange Judd, who, after more
than a quarter century of service at the
had of ihe American Agriculturalist, has
left his former field to other hands, and
removed to near Chicago, a thousand
miles nearer to hundreds of thousands of
his older enterprising readers who have
preceded him to the West. The number
before us gives evidence of the vigor and
experience he brings to his new field of
work. All who want specimens of the
paper as It is, and as it is to he, and to
enjoy its advantages, can have The Prai-
rie Farmer, weekly, from May 1st, up to
1885, by sending a single dollar Co Prairie
Farmer Publishing Companv, 150 Mon-
roe St., Chicago, III.
Wholesale and Retell
Staple Fancy (x
Fine Boota and Shoes.
Shop on Austin Avenue,
DENISON, .... TEXAS.
WEST MAIN STREET,
NO. 310 NORTH SIDE.
N8 GL0SIN8 OUT SALE, OR 18
OLD STOCK, BUT STRICTLY
Attorney and Counselor At Law,
No. st8 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
Will practice in the State and Federal Courts.
S. A. GILBERT, I. W. FINLEY,
Denison. G. W. PASCO,
Stlbert, Finley & Pasco,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(her Bank of Denison
DENISON, : i TEXAS.
This Institution is a model, of it* class,
uniqua and thoroughly effective in im-
parting to young osen and ladle* sub-
stantial, refined and practical education
M a moderate rate of tuition. It i* well
patronised by the best cttliin. of the
place, and it should bn.
From here, with the addition of Dr.
Ragland and 0r. Wylie, we viaited the
fruit and vegetable farms of these gen •
tiemen. We alto viaited the nursery of
Mr. J. W. Austin, besides several other
placet of interest, which will compare
favorably with any of our places about
After taking dinner under the super-
vision of the accomplished hostess, Mrs.
Wylie, we met at 3 r. m. in
MftaaiaoM’e ball /
if to wlinesa the orderly, instructive and
beautifully Illustrated exercises of the
Pilot Point Hurt. Society, participated
In by about seventy-live ladies and gen-
tlemen. I • i; '
To give some idea or the scope of the
meeting, and that it muy be an incentive
to the members of our Society to rekin-
dle tlteirenthusiasm to renewed efforts,
so as not to fie entirely eclipsed oy our
young and gfbwing sister, 1 give an out-
line of this tbbir fourth meeting:
Pot plants, bouquet* and cut-flower de-
signs were placed on the tables by Mes-
dames Potter, McCulley, Cad we 11. Miles,
Newberty, Johnson. Lindenborn, Cos-
grove, Roger, Harrison, Smith, Bryant,
Ragland, Ftftnklan and Misses Fannie
Davis aad Jails Kendall. Meters Dr.
Ragland, W». Jones, J. B. Roger, J. A.
Henderson, Samuel Gaines, Dr. Chan-
dler. D. A. Welborn. J. W. Austin, P.
Lindenborn, A. H. R. Bryant, II. H.
Harrison, Mfa. K. Koger and Mrs. J. C.
Newberry exhibited early vegetables and
branches oi green fruits. Samples of the
Rioomadale Pearl Onion shown by Dr.
Ragland, measured 34 inches in diame-
ter, and were nearly matured at this early
dato. ( j
Five varieties of strawberries shown
by Mr. Austin, were donated to the So-
ciety and sold for its benefit, bringing
from 73c to ft per qt.
Mr. Brysat showed green samples of
his early peach, which ripnned on the
14th of May in 1883. It is expected he
will show ripe fruit of this at our meet-
ing here the first Saturday ia June.
Mrs. J. C- Newberry showed a re-
markably floe plant of Calls Silly, hav-
ing four blooms.
Mr. |. B. Key read a papei on Irish
t potato eulutre, showing how we can
-fcayc home grown potatoes the year
through lie grows them under straw,
at the fate of six to eight hundred bush-
els to the acre, Mid he grows to crops in
Mr. J. A. Henderson read a paper on
grape culture, eliciting much interest and
After extending many courtesies to the
writer, and a most sociable recess. Dr.
Wylie drove me a delightful drive into
7 lbs. best Rio coffee............
to lbs. granulated sugar.........
11 i*3 lbs. light brown sugar, lor...
13 1-3 lbs. good brown sugar, for.
13 lbs. choice rice ...............
ia lbs. best dried peaches..........
13 lbs. best dried apples...........
11 lbs. best Turkish prunes........
7 lbs. dried blackberries.........
7 tbs. French prunes.............
4 lbs. pitted cherries.............
iz lbs. currents...................
5 lbs. Alden apples.............
5 lbs. pared peaches.............
16 bars star soap.............,
16 bars linen soap.................
16 bars blue soap.................
36 bars alligator soap.............
11 packages com starch...........
11 balls potash..................
2 boxes 6 lbs. gloss starch........
7 cans 3 lbs. tomatoes...........
9 cans 3 lbs. tomatoes...........
7 cans Winslow corn............
8 cans beans..........................................
7 cans peas ..l.......................—............
7 cans 3 lb. California grapes.....
4 cans 3 lb. California apricots...
4 cans salmon.. .................
9 cans tnackrel.... —.............
7 cans 1 lb. full weight, oysters.... 1.00
12 cans 1 lb. light weight, oyster.... i.oe
5 cans 3 lbs. full weight, oysters ... 1.00
7 cans 3 lbs. light weight, oyster., i.eo
5 cans 3 lbs. best eastern peaches.... 1.00
6 cans 3 lbs. pie peaches......... 1.00
4 cans 6 lbs. pie peachgp.......... 1.00
7 cans 3 Ibf. strawberries.......... 1.00
7 cans 2 lbs. cherries. ........... 1,00
3 cans i-3 gal. pie apples.......... x.oo
We warrant every sack of flour in our
Best family flour; $1.60 per sack.
Good family flour, $1.45 per sack.
We have hay, corn and oats at bottom
We have salt at $3 per bbl.
Everything in our store is new, and the
very best graded of goods. The above
prices are lor strictly cash. Our motto is
“Quick Cash Sales and Small Profits."
To price you all the articles in ottr
store, would take a great deal of space,
but we assure vou that we are selling
every article in the grocery line in pro-
poltion to the above extremely low pricea,
and we would be pleased to have every-
body call at our immense store and look
at our goods and prices. We also carry
a line of glass and queensware, which we
are selling at Bed Rock Prices.
HSAU9 ua« i aits roil A'
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
ErerytMni Fresi, ail at Reasoiaile Prices.
A. B. JOHNSON,
No. 114 Main Street,
Goods ud Patterns of the Very Latest Styles.
Perfect Fits and Satisfaction Guaranteed
V* Clay, V^S IG Rkiw xsx.jv.svx:* eui SV
Walters, Geo., cite, lots 1,1.3,5,
Will isms, Moses, Dumas’ add, tots
Wright, James, Layne’s add, lot 9
Young, Dr. F., Miller** and add.,
to 15, block 93..
Young, W. R., Steven’* add, lots
13, blOCk Me * »•**•*** sr»ee* * *
Zinlgraff, Mrs. F., Miller** i*t add
block 0* ..»**•***.*•*.***••* •
City, lot 3», block 56..............
•• lot as, block 56..............
11 lot 8, block 64..............
“ lot *6, block 67..............
“ lot », block 67...............
Steven’s Addition, lota, block S..
“ “ kit 15, block 4..
“ “ lot 10, block 9...
" “ lot si, block 17.
•« “ lot ss, block .7.
•• lot 13, block ,7.
“ ’’ lot *4, block 17..
“ ” lot 3, block *1...
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“ “ Mot II, blocks*..
" “ lot is. block as.
" ’• “ lot 9, block 14...
“ “ lot 10, block *4..
•* “ lot li, block 34.
’* “ lot is, block 34.
’’ “ lot 13, block 34.
“ “ lot 14, block 34..
“ “ tot 15, block 34.
“ ** lot 10, block 34.
D. A M. Addition, lot z block a. .
•* *4 lot 3 block a...
** 44 lot 3 block 3e.e
W. M. PECK,
ATTORNEY AND "COUNSELOR AT LAW,
We have associated ourselves together
for the purpose of conducting s grocery
We are located on Main street
east of the poet office, snd are prepared
to supply your in oar line. Our
Cash, snd no accounts, know-
Office up stairs over Beirne 4b Su-t>-
A. L. D ABM ALL. X. H. B0W1BY.
D&m&ll A Bowlby,
Doughty, Geo. W., Steven’s add., lots i to
t, block 16...........................
Ellerton, John H„ city, let is, block io....
block 93* .*****•*********••***••••■•••
Slbers, Henry, city, lots I, * and half of 3,
K.tley?HkC.VM. * P.; E.’half « t«V V
English!*Mrs. st'i^h,’ city! totV<Vbki'k; 7...
Evans, George, Miller’s snd add., lots 5 to
is, block 7s..........................
Fitzgerald, M. J., 10 seres B. Moffat sur-
Goodiur, James, D. A M. add., lot a,
Grffith, Mrs. H. C.. heirs of, l interest in
M.A P add,lot 6, block x>..........
Griffith, Mrs. H. C., heirs of, i tnterest in,
M. * P., add., lota 9 to 15, block so...
Griffith, Mrs. H.C., heirs of,^ interest in,
M.A P.. add., all, block's*...........
Griffith. Mis. H. C., heirs of. | interest m„
M. A P. add., all. block *4.........
Griffith. Mrs. H. C. heirs of. I interest in,
M. A P. add., lots 1 to 4, block *6----
Griffith, Mr*. H. C.. heirs of, 4 interest in,
hi. *P. add., tote I3«? >4 blocs *6..
Gilmore, I. A. cite, tot 6, block 6..........
Gann, O. B.. city, lots 4 and 5. block 40....
Gunn, O. B., city, tot si, block 38. —
Gallagher, lack.dty, lots 31 and 3*. block 40
Gsllagher. Jack, city, lot 31. block 01.......
Griffith, David, Dumas’ add., lots 5 to 8,
Gum port, Goo., Duma*’ add., lot—-
Good, Jetf, estate of, Cook’* »dd., lots 13
and 14, block 5.......................
Hay, Tames S, Miller** zst add., lot ia,
Howard, Tosh, Layoe’s add., lots 15 and 16,
’ block 3...............................
Haven, John, city, lot 6, block 50...........
Haven, John, city, lot 8, block 51.....*••••
Haven, John, Miller’s 1st add., lots 8. 11
and it, block 10.....................
Hotchkiss, Charles, city, lots u and it,
block 33...*. .*******..**»•.*.***•*•
Hardwick. Wan., L. G. Ry. A T. Co., i|
Hardwick*'win * Miller's anil add., lots 9 to
l.owa£ sdd.7 y.bi^k io
Hawthorn, Wm., Steven’s add., lot a,
Holford, Mrs. J. L., Laynes add., tot 4,
Hngh^Tw.'li.',' cite, lo'li 7 and 8, btock 34,
Hughes, W. H., Miller’s and add., lot-,
log the difference to be worth the atten-
tion of. any one.
We hope in a short lime to convince
tfioee who patronise ua that wi are just
right, beceuae our profits shall at all
times be reasonable, and our dealings of
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office East Stairway, Muller Block.
DENISON, - - - TEXAS,
the straightforward kind. Call on
Spbncbr & Moork.
I. M. Stendifer, attorney at Denison,
and Hare 8c Head, attorneys at Shermrn,
will attend to all cases where parties de-
sire, by consulting 1. M. Standifer of
Denison, or Hare 8 Head, at Sherman
Whereas, ordinance 37 of the
ordinances of the city of Denisdn
provides that whenever danger of
hydrophobia may be deemed to ex-
ist in or near the city, the Mayor
shall have the power to issue a proc-
lamation requiring all persons to
confine all dogs, or securely muzzle
fhem with a wire muzzle
And whereas, such danger- is
deemed to exist, now, therefore, I,
T. B. Hanna, Mayor of the city of
Denison, by virtue of the authority
vested in ine by aaid ordinance, do
issue this, my ptoclamation, ordering
all dogs to be confined or securely
muzzled with a wire muzzle, from
May iSih A. D. 18S4, until Octobor
30th, A. D. 1S&4.
And the city Marshal is hereby
instructed to kill all dogs running at
large, contrary to the provisions of
the ordinance, and to promptly ar-
rest the owner or keeper of any such
dog, who shall knowingly permit
such d<>gAo run at large, contrary to
the provisions ot the ordinance.
In testimony whereof I hereunto
aet my hand and caused the aeal ot
the city to be affixed at office in the
city ot Denison, this, the 7th day ol
May, A. D. 1SS4.
That is, persons desiring to employ ail,
can do so by consulting either.
Harz & Hzad.
A. B. PERSON,
ATTORNEY AT La
Office over the City Bank,
DENISON. - - - TEJ
lot 4 block a.
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Miller’s lit Addition, lot 11, bi a.
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G G. SANDELL D.O. HAUSK
RANDELL & HAUSE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Rooms t snd x, Muller Block,
DENISON, : # TEXAS.
Special Attention to Railroad Litigation.
amps, Oil, Table Cutlery, Baskets,
Bird cages, Toys, Va»es, Lanterns,
Flower Pots. Fruit Jars, Mirrors.
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MUler's and Addition, lot n, bl 74.
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M. A P. Addition, lot 6,
” “ lot 8,
Majolica Goods, Wood ware
and House Furnishing
Goods. Also a spec-
ial line of fine Flint Glass
Bar Goods and Fixtures.
No- 299 North Travis Stmt, Opp. Marehant
& Fibsters B*ak.
Call and Examine our Goods & Prices
HOTEL « RESTAURANT WARE
NAT. H. L. DECKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLED AT LAW.
J. M. SMITHY, Business Manager.
Office—In East Hall, Muller block
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L. L. MAUGHS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public.
No. 212 Main Street, Up Stairs,
DR. FEUS LE BRUITS
THODE St CO.,
Post Office Block,
No. 8 Burnet Avenue.
402 Main St
Frfcvaa.tffi.tl'V «s*kdL Cure,
For Either Sex.
Thi* remedy being ‘injected into the
seat of those diseases ot the Genito-Uri -
nary Organs, requires no change of diet
or nauseous, mercurial or poisonous
medicines to be taken internally. When
Ah A Preventative
by either sex, it is impossible to contract
any venereal disease; but in the case of
with G. and G. we guarantee 3 boxes to
cure or we will refund themoney. Price
by mail, postage paid, $2 per box, or 3
boxes for 85.
Written Guaran toe*
:ssued by all authorized agents.
OR. FELIX LE BRUN CO.,
Sole Agents—Star Drug Store, fVni.on
Texas. No. 49-1 y
HOUSTON fi THIS CENTRAL
And its connections. The only line run-
ning through the Central and beat
portions of Texas.
NO. 203 MAIN 8TREET
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
ABSTRACT OF DENISON PROPERTY
Office in Muller Block over Postoffice
Denison. : : : : : Texas.
T. 1). Hanna,
Edward F. Radkleff,
Daily Fast Freight Lines
oyer the entire road.
Elegant Pullman Parlor Cars
(The only ones in the State)
On all day trains between Houston and
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
Each wzy. Daily, Without Change,
U ntwnon G A I. V ESTON and S ED ALIA
OulWuull via Houston aad Denison.
BetweenGALVESTON and AUS™«nto..
Real Estate, Insurance ud Broker’s Office of
A. H. COFFIN,
VsUfj PttUio t6fMV*lCattT«ja&Mr
A few gentlemen, or a small quiet
family can find first-class accommo-
dations on Main street, near Public
School. Large, well ventilated fiont
rooms, well furnished, and every
way desirable. The table supplied
with everything our market affords.
Terms reasonable. Enquire of
C. T. Daugherty,
ap27-tf At Postoffice.
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3E». OTIOlTaffFiTdT*. Proprietefc
Main Street, - DENISON
Keeps on hand a full supply of
Pure California Wine, Pure California Bn
GUNNIES'S EXTRA STOUT, BASS* PALE ALE,
TAYLOR’S STANDARD HAND-MADE SOUR
WHISKIES, BELFAST’S. GINGER ALE,
KEY WEST CIGARS. ETC.
IRISH Mi SCOTCH WHSHE811 SPECIAL
buuxbxb m PAUiu nn tot wan aom
the Cross Timbers, three miles west of
the city, to view a magnificent piece of
I ' land be has there. On this land he is
preparing to plant a Urge orchard and
locate a Jersey dairy.
After returning and taking supper at
the beautiful snd pleasant home of Dr.
Ragland and his estimable wile, we en-
joyed a social chat till train time. At
II go r. m., the Doctor took me to the
depot in hi» carriage and bade me good-
night. So ended one of my most plea.-
unt days as it begun—with a silent mid-
k__ That other member* of the N. Tex.
i fiort. Society may noi miss another such
pleasant oppoi (unity, the secretary of the
Pilot Point Society requests me to pres
eat them the following written invita-
Mr, T. V. Munson, President of North
Texas Horticultural Society, Denison.
« “ - Texas:
Dear Sir i—1 am instructed by the Pilot
Wit Horticultural Society to incite all
■of the members of your society, with their
ladies, to attend our next monthly meet-
ing, which takes place the first Tuesday
in June. As we wilt exhibit the fruits
and flowers of the season, we invite yoj
i to bring specimens with you.
Venr truly yours,
|§i JNO. c. Nkwbury,
lM/vt Dais.* IJ__L>__• »_
We will pay the above reward for any
case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Sick Headache. Indigestion. Consiipa
tion or Costiveness, we cannot cure with
West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
They are purely vegetable, and never
fail to give satisfaction. Sugar coated.
Large boxes, containg 30 pills, 25 cents.
For sale by' all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and immitations. Tire gen-
uine manufactured only by JOHN C
WEST &CO-, 181 St 183 W Madison St..
Chicago. Free trial package sent by
mail prepaid on receipUof a 2 cent .tamp.
Sold at t k Star Drug Store. No.-*9 ry
and conducts a general agency business.
No. 315 Nais Street, DENISON, TEXAS.
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J. T. MUNSON,
BmI SsUt* aad Abstract of Tltte*.
Farm and Frnit Land a Specialty.
°“s^t«sJSrite Denison, Texas.
ZINTGRAFF & FRENCH,
Real Estate Brokers
And Insurance Agt’s.
Office over Bank of Denison.
Finley’* Eye Salve.
Sure cure for blind, bleeding and Itch-
ing Piles. One box has cured the worst
cases of -o years’ standing. No ofie need
suffer five minutes after using William's
Indian Pile Ointment. It absorbs tum-
ors, allays, itching, acts as poultice,
gives instant relief. Prepared only for
Piles, itching ol the private parts, noth-
ing else. Hon. J. M. Coffenburv, of
Cleveland, says: “I have used scores of
Pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to
say that I have never found anything
which gives such immediate and perma-
nent relief as l>r. William’s Indian Pile
Ointment.” Sold by diuggists nnd
mailed on receipt of price,.81.
FRAZIER MEDICINE CO.,
Proprietors,' Cleveland, O.
Guiteau & Waldron, wholesale and re-
tail agents, Denison, Texas. 41
Guaranteed to cure the worst case ot
sore eyes when applied according to di-
rections. Buy no other than Finley’s
Eye Salve ifyou want to effect a perma-
nent cure. On sale at Guiteau Sb Wald
ion’s drug store, Denison. Texas, and
other druggists throughout the country.
Also London Liniment for aches and
pains, unexcelled bv other.
Through tickets from or to any point in
Great Britain or continent of
Europe, via the
HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL R*Y
And all rail to New Yoik,
thence via ^
North German Lloyd,
White Star Inman, State
Rotterdam and Italian
On sale at nil important stations on tha
line of this railway, and at
Galveston Cuero Victoria
San Antonio Marion Seguin
Weimar LaG range Columbus
Flatonia Schulenburg NewBraunfel
San Marcos. Round Rock, Rockdale, etc.
“What causes the great rush at Gui-
teau fit Waldron’s drug store ?” The tree
distribution of sample bottles of Dr. 80-
sanko’s Cough and Lung Syiup, the
most popular remedy for coughs, colds,
consumption nnd Bronchitis now on the
market. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00.
Guiteau 8 Waldron.
Sold by Mi
Sdc y Pilot Point Hor. Society.
Feeling assured that many ot our mem-
bers will avail themselves of this excel-
| lent opportunity to visit and become bet-
, ter acquainted with the refined citizenfcof*
f our neighboring city, I am
A nasal inj'ector free with each
bottle of Shiloh’s Catarrh KemeJy.
Price 50 cents at Guiteau & Wal-
dron’s. , _ t6
Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy is a pos-
itive cure for catarrh, dptberia, and
canker mouth. For sale by Guiteau
& Waldron. i>
For information as to rates of passage
and freight, routes, etc., apply in person
or by letter to
O. E. O’MALEY, A. FAULKNER,
Agent Denison. G. P. A.
E. D. TRUE, A. G. F. A.
J. WALDO, Vice President nnd
will receive pv
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1884, newspaper, May 18, 1884; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572042/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.