Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 8, 1875 Page: 4 of 4

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DENISON.
TUESDAY..............JUNE 8. 1875*
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Go to Aeheson’s for it,
F. C. J. LEBERMANN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
WINES, LIQUORS. Rnd TOBACCOS,
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
CIGARS,
DENISON and DALLAS.
ERES1I ORANGES AND LEMONS
RECEIVED DAILY.
Looking Glasses, Billiard Tables »hd
furniture, Tenpins, Bar Fixtures, etc., al-
ways on sale.
apr to tf
DK. J. S. GUAM'S
Fluid Lightning,
mm
Proprietor \
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■____
til'T ,
The instant and Infallible Cure for
NEURALGIA, NERVOUS HEAD-
ACHE, TOOTHACHE, PLEURISY,
ETC., ETC.
Crick in the Neck and Pains in the Back
and Side.
Solendid Investment!1
No Blanks I
Gilt!
Tickets, not drawing Cash
TO BE
REDEEEMED IN LAND.
$55( >,000 IX CASH
To UK
GIVEN AWAY,
At 1 !i:-: FIRST DR AIV1X0 OF TIIU
East Lite S Red River Gift Cancer!
AT
JitriKItSON, TEXAS.
T11V U S DAY, J ULY 1,1875.
NO BLANKS.
Every ticket not redeemed with Cash
(lift will be received by the railroad com
nany, at its lace value, lor the lands do-
nated to the railroad by the State ot
Texas.
Testimonials.
Chicago, ISn. q, 1874.—I have used
Dr. Cram's Fluid Lightning in headache,
neuralgia, rheumatism, toothache and
various other pains, until 1 am most
heartily convinced that it is far superior
to all other known anodynes.
E. J. Farewell, M. D.,
10S Clark street.
C/hcAGo, Jan. 9, 1S74.—In October last
afki- suffering ihifiler.’.'j!-.: neuralgia of
tlur hue ibr ten uavs withm.t relief from
1 nl)le physicians. 1 was entirely and per-
manently relieved in one hour by the use
of Dr. Cram's Fluid Lightning.
W. P. Watson, Dime Savings Slink,
105 Clad*, street.
From “Father” Drake, G. W. C., ot
the Good Templars:—Have bad Di.
Cram’s Fluid ghtning in my family for
some time, and used it in many cases ol
headache and toothache without a single
failure. Josehi L. Drake,
34 Price Place, Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 24, 1S74.—I have used
Dr. Cram's Fluid Lightning for head-
ache and neuralgia pains. It will do all
that isclaimed for it.
W. II. SlIARl’,
Florence Sewing Macheins.
Chicago, May 1-9, 1874.—From fre-
quent: use of Fluid Lightning, I regard it
as a great remedial agent lbr neuralgia
and all nervous pains.
L. M. Siirkve, Attorney at Law,
89 Clark street.
LONE STAB
DENISON,
MILLS
TEXAS.
Constantly on hand,
brands of flour:
the folfowiag
“LONE STAR,"
“DENISON,”
“PLANTATION,”
“TKXASv”
CORN MKAL and BRAN
UGHEST MARKET PRICE
FOR WHEAT.
PAID
-5*
1
O. E, SNYDER,
X>B1TTIST.
FIH&T-CLASS WORK. CHARGES
REASONABLE.
Offtce Res>ar»nce Mr. 11. TONE, on
Mandy stieet. febj-dvrtf.
Wishing to close out our stock of farm j
ing implements and machinery, I will
sell the same at a liberal discount for
cash. W. B, BOSS.
August x.
Goods DeFivered Free of Charge,
]>. W. STONE, f. H* GRY.
r
STONE & GUN
Dealers in
FAMILY GROCERIES,
CANNED FRUIT,
FLOUR. SALT,
WOODE.NAND
WILLOW WARE.
CA8I1 GIFTS
Awarded at first drawing.
.. -.....—'.$100,000
1 “ “ fjo.ooo
1 “ “ .................. 3c,000
1 “ “ 20,000
1 “ “ 10,000
to Cash Gilts of $1,000 each.. 10,000
100 “■ “ 100....... 10,000
400 “ “ 40....... 20,000
1.500 “ “ 20.......290,000
Fluid Lightning acts instantly and ef-
fects a permanent cure when all other
remedies fail. It does not redden or
blister the skin,, is perfectly sale, and in-
stantly cures it) out of 20 cases of nervous
pains. CALL AND TRY IT-IT
COSTS h OU NOTHING. Tne wonder-
ful success of this remedy has led un-
principled persons to imitate it. None
genuine that lias not Dr. Cram's likeness
on the label.
For side or.ly at Acheron's drug store.
April 8.
Rscsmsi ail Fcrwlii Mis.
C. A. SPRAGUE,
Wholesale aid Retail' dealer in
D1IY GOOD*, NOTIONS, MIL-
LLNEKY.
GENT'S FURNJSING GOODS, Sc..
No. 220 Main Street,
DENISON, - - , TEXAS.
/CRAWFORD STREP
V/ .‘STABLE,
LIVERY
GALLAGHER Sc MALONEY. Prof's,
Crawford street,
DENISON. TEXAS.
We are constantly receiving fresh sup-
plies of choice groceries-, and selling
cheap, for cash.
J J; - Liberal cash advances made on
cotton consigned to us.
TyillTE MAN S BARBER SHOP.
W. M. BOGGS & J. J. MILLER,
,115 Cash Gifts, amounting to $550,000
i Tkets......................$20. each.
I n coupons.. ................. 2 each.
Would respectfully announce that I hey
1 have opened a Barber Shop on Main
street, next door to Martin's Restaurant,
where they are prepared lo do all work in
their line in a satisfactory manner.
Give us a call and see how neatly a
.vnite man can shave. june 4-1111.
DIRECTORS:
V Ellis, of Ellis, Bagby & Co.
M Harrison, President National Bank.
’) Grilibi . President Citizens’ Sav ings
Bank.
\V 1 lai per of Goyne, Harper & Murphy
Russell, ot Russel. Rainey A Co.
J. Bagby A Co., Coni. Mceht’s, Gab
veston.
f Bagby. of Ellis, Bagby A Co.
it Anderson, Sec. Lilc Association of
America,
j. Rainey, Jr.
A G Clopton.
Ahern, Commission Merchant,
d Tar lor. Jr., editos Daily and Week
ly jimpldcuie.
J. C. MCDOWT.J.L, VVM. t.lIEFN,
McDOWELL & GIIEEN,
MOOBIE & HANNA
Successors to
MOO DIE, OWENS
CO.,
\V 1IOLDSALE GROCERS,
Corner Main st. and A
:n avenue,
DENISON.
TEXAS
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A*
Main street,
ie East Line Ar Red River railroad
tors have adopted this plan for the
■ose < i disposing of the 5,120.000 acres
.d donated to the road by the State
•xns, and to make it available in the
ling of the road.
PON SI RLE AGENTS WANTED
EVERYWHERE.
DENISON
TEXAS.
This stable is provided with good stock
and new carriages.
Horses hoarded by the day or week, 01
reasonable terms.
scp.S. t f
CENTRAL
KKl-’KR 11Y PERMISSION TO
■ enson. Perkins A Co.. New York;
Wei A Co., New York and New
:s. L M Uuuucy & Co., St. Louis,
M." A Co., St Louis, Briggs,
.v . - , New Orleans, John Phelps
N.-w Orleans, Fulsoin A Bios.,
Irlt-ai Pee! A Reid, New Orleans,
iwin A Co.. New Orleans, Grinnan
, (1 ■ 1 n, AJ Burke, Houston,
L-wi- a Co., New Orleans, J f
A Co., Memphis.
! arther reference, fn’l particulars
1 • lor ticket.-, -cud for circular
fall information. Address the
"■ iauager. a. G. CLOPTON,
■ -il idem
Type Foundry,
Formerly St. Louis Branch of the Boston
Type Foundry.
#3^5
*TIIE BEST in the-World.
Gives Universal Satisfac-
tion.
WONDERFUL Economy
jo lbs. more Bread to bbl.
Flour.
EVERYBODY Praises It.
Feed furnished, and horses boarded on
'liberal terms.
A good well of water and a large wagor
yard for the use of patrons.
Tbe Aldine.
VINEGAR tiTJERS
k
Dr. J. Walker’s California Vin-
Hitters aro a pnrely Vegetable
preparation, inatlo chiefly from tbo na-
11 ia, tho medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without tho uso
of Alcohol. The question is almost
dajly asked, “What is the cause of tho
unparalleled success of Vixjjgar Bit-
ters F7' Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re-
covers Liis health. They aro tho great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and. Invigorator.
of the system. Never •eforo in the
history of tha world has a wicdieiuo bee*
conimiundod possessing the remarkable
qualities of Vikkoah Bitters in healing the
sick of every disease man is Heir to. Th«y
aro a pentlo Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion cr Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Diseases.
Tho properties o* Or. Walker’s
; Bitters aro A
Vikegar Bitters aro Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudorific, Altera-
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
It. H. MCDONALD * CO..
Pmpefsts anil Gen. Acts., San Friinoisoo, California,
ami cor. of \V:i,<liimrt»ii ami dlmrfton Sts.. X. V.
Sold by nil liruuuUttf unit Ui-ulcn*
The Art Journal of Aiih.vIca.
Avery, fiosscraits k Co.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
The Aldine is an elegant miscellany ot
pure, light, and graceful literature: and
a collection of pictures, the rarest s-ned-
m&ns of artistic skill, in black and white.
Although each succeeding uuinber aliords
a fresh pleasure to its friends, the real
value and beauty of the Aldine vrill be
most appreciated after it is bound up.at |
the close of the year. Tim possessor of
a complete volume can not duplicate file j pi .-x 1 n
quantity of tine paper and engravings in j {‘ j0UP, 1/01’!! 3H(J 0(10011
any other shape or number of volumes 1
for ten time-its cost; and then there is
GROCERIES.
A large s'oek of
of American
Udine, is an
the clwrwno, besides.
The artistic illustration
scenery, original with the
important feature.
The literature of the Aldine is a light |
and graceful accompaniment, worthy ol ENISON,...
the artistic features. | Web22-
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Brown idore building, Main st.,
•TEXAS
Preniiuin tor 1875.
Every subscriber for 1S75 will receive a i \ If I XT 'C?T 7 T"|VTO
beautiful portrait, in oil colors, ol the I J \ i. 4 JL/ Y JL Oj.
same noble dog whose picture in.a. former 1
Whiter, Lighter, Sweeter, |
issue attracted so imuch attention.
MAN’S UNSELFISH FRIEND”
tfi- i ” “
Riel
SAVES MILK, EGGS. Etc. Sells every-
where like hot cake:** J/Ji 'Send rcr cir-
cular to GEO. F. GANT/, A CO.,
176 Duane ' 1'0 t,
New York.
nov. 24, vv i-y d 2-t w.
Ft. Scott Foundry.
in North Third Street, St. Louis, Mo.
EFGIITES,
BOILERS,
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
atoll kinds;
Masluaerr for Floarliij Mills,
SAW MILLS
aui'Cta Factories Made 1c Order,
will be welcome in every home. Every
bodv loves such a dog, and the portrait is
executed so true to the life, that il seems
the veritable presence of tho animal its-
elf. The Rev. T. Dc V lit Talmage tells
that his own Newfoundland dog (the
finest in Brooklyn) barks at it.
Besides tbe cliromo, every advance
subscriber to the Aldine for 1875, is con-
stituted a member, and entitled to all the
privileges of'
THE ALDINE ART UNION.
de. cr
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES.
FURNITURE,
GLASSWARE,
(JURE NS WARE
The Union o\>ns the original of all the
Aldine pictures, which, with other pai 4-
ings and engravings, are to be distribu-
ted among the member.-. To every se-
ries of 5.000 subscribers, too different
pieces, valued at over $2,500. are disf.rib-
I uted as soon as the series is full, and the
awards of each series as made, are to be
published in the next succeeding issue of
tile Aldine. This feature only applies to
subscribers who pay for one year in ad-
vance. Full particulars in circular sent
on application, enclosing a stamp.
TERMS.
HOYttE IYRYJSillNU GOODS,
of every description.
The highest price paid for countr- pro-
duce.
Corner of Main street and Austin ave-
nue,
LENDS ON TEXAS.
NOTICE.
Cattle Shippers,
Bill your Stock to the
Manufacturers of the celebrated hard ;
and tough metal type, used exclusively by chiiiery, Jail Vaults, and .Sheet” Iron | Specimen copies of the Aldine, 50 cents. |
the St. Louis Daily Republican, Globe, Work. Also Stoves, Store Fronts,
MNaMSMM
, ..... ......... Iron
Democrat, limes, Dispatch and Journal, I Railings, Horse Powers, Well Drilling
ami the largest newspaper, book and job i Machinery, lion Bridges, Co.,1 Trucks,
olhifb- in the Southwest, and is admitted j Grates, Etc.
lo be better finished, more accurate at.d \ -
fifty per cent, more durable than type of Estimates made for
other make.
The Central Type Foundry is special j
Jef.eison, ie.tas. 1 a!,ent /or the sale of Charles Knew John- '
son’s ink-; a full stock in barrels, kegs
' ’i r.-rmns wi,n ,-nnI ulld cal1K always on hand, and for sale at I Agents tor Leffel Water Wheel and other
■JnNjcts with newspapers" ! manufacturers pi ices. Address orders to improved Machinery.
| One -oh-cription, entitling to the Aldine
one year, the chroino and the Art Union, j j"]-,
- i $6 per annum, in advance.
Special attention given to Mining, Ma-| . (Ao charge for postage.) I-----
EAST ST. LOUIS,
CANVASSERS WANTED. j
Any per.-on wishing loadpeunanenily | Where -vou make dosiJ connections with
as loi a! ca»iv;.--cr will receive full am! I CHICAGO, PITTSBURG BUFFALO
prompt information by applying to j ALBANY, NEW YORK,
THE ALDINE COMPANY, | £ld M Ea,tern Ppints. ’
ERTlSINli, Cheap, Good, Svs- i
Goitoi & Ioolealacliiiery
yd Maide 1 Lane, New York.
.dvertiseinents. should ! ,
iC : CTit'ERN TEMPERANCE
1 O WATCHMAN.
ti.i (1. 1, P. Rowell X Co.. |
!c!T. Central Type 1‘oundjy,
. ' York, tor their PAM-
-BOOK ;umety-seventh edition),
ay i.-t- 1! o-.-ei 2tx» newspapers
i 1, -itowing tfie cof.t. Atfver-
- taken for leading papers in
npril 5tf.
St. Lou in, 3Io.
New and Second Hand Engines on hand j
ft r Sale.
Address.
FORT SCOTT FOUNDRY CO.,
Fort Scott, Kansas.
nov. 24,w l y
ONLY 75 CENTS A YEAR 1
j The charge for the transfer over the
j Mississippi River, of Stock sold at these
| yards, will be paid In the Yard C'otnpa-
j itv. Yardage on Cattle, 15 cents; on
| Sheep and Logs, 5 cents per head.
R. II, Kl E, Denison,
Josei II Mulhali., Sunt.
May 27.
• eniendous reduction I . PER DAY- A-ei?ts wanted-
; A1.. 4qjWte> ot working people of both
..mm Hi a11:d old. make more
Get t.iie Book.
I EX 1IERTWICK,
CABINET MAKER.
(fl
| tint?
j emplov
> ■ ■ ' • I Boxe- made to or-
Furnita.-; Repaired, etc.,
...I a. ■ me, next tc L’hlig-
DEVISOV, TEXAS',
inonei i
their own localities, j
moments, or ail 'he ;
el-e. We offer
_handsomely
r every ftJGitt,particulars,
mis, etc., -ei^fftaL. vuur ad- 1
dress at once- Dr^9v|tt9l)?*(Wlf‘'ts flu-
tune. Don't look lo^
elsewhere, until 5011
we offer.- G. S i ixson A
Maine.
NEW 1 (>UK T1MBUNE
The Watchman is a semi-monthly!
journal, published at Honey (irove, Tex- '
as. I! is special’y devoted to the cause
j for which all true men arc struggling—
i Temperance. It 1 columns are Di ed with <
choice original and selected literature,
! miscellany, ners agriculture, etc., etc. ! .... --
* It will contain a useful directory of all; Cnlcimining, Paper Hanging, etc.,
j temperance lodges in the State, making ! (|onc in the best style, andonshort-.no-
it a desirable visitor in tiie hou sehold of j
I every temperance man and woman. Ev- GRAINING A SPECIALTY,
cry child should be trained to read it.
E. 0. CLIFFORD,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
Jail. 12,
dAw 1
:‘Tii8Lea[llui American Newspaper.”
The bes Advertl*ing Medium.
Daily. Sio a year; Semi-Weekly, 83; ••Mabel,” a thrilling original temperance. Leave orders at front room over Es-
Weekly S’. Po-tage free t.y tne Subscri- j story, is now being published. Send quire Kirk’s office, Main street, Denj-oi
K-— Specimen copies and advertising stamp for specimen copy. Addte-s, Texas.
free. Weekly, in club- of 30 or W. A. LeSIJEUR, Ed’tor. -April 21, tf,
only $1, postage paid. Address Published by W. 0. Pickens and W. i ,
u.ti.j N. A . ; A. Lebueur. j Jack CtALlaghek, John MAiostFA*,
d&wi-yiv. 1 May 20,’75. 1 ofKt,Smith
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 8, 1875, newspaper, June 8, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720712/m1/4/ocr/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.

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