Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 16, 1876 Page: 4 of 4
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SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Agent for the Missouri Valley Bridge
Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, man-
ufacturers ot all kinds of Iron Bridges
Office in New s building, Denison, and
Register office, Shei 5 an. febi<)tf
L. NOTHAF $t CO.,
No. 21J Main Street,
Opposite Davis’ Hardware Store,
Manufactures and keeps constantly on
hand at wholesale and retail
We are making the genuine California
and Texas natural
ELM FORK SADDLE TREES
of all discriptions and warrant them.
LIME AND ROCK.
IME AND ROCK.
I would respectfully inform the citizens
of Denison, and ot the surrouuding coun-
try, that I have lately got my
NEW LIME KILN
finished, and have now on hand a kiln ol
fresh lime; also, a large lot of
RUBLE AND DIMENTION STONE,
and am prepared to fill all orders at the
lowest possible rates, r(, CARy,
Orders can be left at J. F. Cull k Bro s,,
or J. Holtord k Bio’s,
feb, i s tf.
CA TTLE VEALER.
/^EORGE B. LOVING,
for the Sale and Shipment ot Live Stock,
LIBERAL ADVANCES on SHIPM’TS
ti) Chicago, St. Louis, Buffalo and Kan-
All stock for sale or shipment will re-
vive prompt and personal attention.
£rg=»Office in News Building. .*©3
JUSTICE AID NOTARY.
U7 D. KIRK,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PRECINCT NO. t,
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC;
Acknowledgments taken and legal pa
ei » made out.
NO. I 21
BEATTY PI ABO.
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
From Geo. K. Letcher, firm of Win. II.
Letcher & Bro., Bankers, Fayette, O :
We received the piano and think it a
very fine-toned out here. Waited a short
time to give it a good test. If you wish a
word in favor it we will cheerfully give it.
James R. Brown, Esq., Edwardsville,
"The Beatty piano received gives entire
Agents wanted. Send for catalogue.
Address DANIEL F. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
GRAND SOUTHERN HOTEL AND
No, — Main street,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
HOTELS £ RESTA URANIS
GEORGE WALTERS, Proprietor
''J'HE FAMILY SUPPLY STuRE.
Is the Place to Buy your
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
Crockery and Glassware,
FLOUR, BACON, POTATOES, ON-
IONS, APPLES, BEANS,
PEAS, HOMINY, GRITS,
ALL KINDS of GRAIN & PRODUCE
FRESH AND GOOD.
Fruits and Nuts a Specialty.
Parties will find it to their interest t<
give us a call before buying elsewhere
All goods warranted as represented.
Cotton Grain and Hides Bought
J. E. STREEPER,
Comer Main and Burnet Sts
Sept. 16. tf.
Highest Cash Price
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
122 Main street,
oct. 20, tf.
DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES,
CHOICE GARDEN SEEDS,
Warranted fresh and pure. Cash paid
for country produce.
104 Mainst, near Valley House,
OD1E k HANNA,
Wholesale and Retail
Corner Main st, and A in avenue,
H. TONE, J. T. MUNSON.
‘ONE & MUNSON,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE.
Abstracts of Titles furnished for tin
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Office, No.--Main street, justabovethe
One hundred thousand acres Texas
Eight farms in Grayson county.
Two in Montague county.
Two in Fannin county.
Three Dwellings in Denison, in Walkei
Lots on Main street.
CLIFTON k RIDDLE,
sep.t 25-tf. Gunn Building.
At the Agency of Wm. Hughes will
be found bargains in all kinds of im-
proved and unimproved property.
SCRIP FOR SALE.
SECURITY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Office in Wallace block, opposite Da-
yis’ hardware store, Main street.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
of every description.
The highest price paid for country pro
JT^OSECRANTS ,Y JORDAN,
Corner ofMain street and Austin ave-
BEATTY ’ Sto™:
DEN TONGUE PARLOR ORGANS.
Frclorv Established t •< 1S56.
FROM THE PRESS 1
From G. D. White, Ed.toi liacKcttsviih ,
N. J. Herald :
"The Organ has a rich, deep and soul-
■ tirring tone; couldn’t stay in the house
without it. It helps wonderfully to drive
v.vav the thoughts ol hard times.”
The Lebanon, Pa., Daily News says:
• •We are in receipt of one of those-five
, tave Parlor Organs, manufactured by
•dr. Dan hi F. Beatty, Washington, N. |.
ij.it organ is a fine, solid black walnut
;;tSe. ai d in tone it cannon be surpassed
■ anv instrument of its kind.”
From tin: Lowed, Nebraska, Register:
••We received this week, direct from the
anulaeturer, Daniel F. Beatty, Wash-
ington, N. J., his justly celebrated organ,
egant in appearance, and handsome-
; v furnished, unexcelled in richness and
,(jV.vr of tone. We are more than pleas- j
; v. d.li it. and heartily recommend it to j
aev one contemplating purchasing an,
organ. . , , .
j jest offer ever giv, n. Money refunded
100:1 return of organ and .tvtght charg-
pai : bv me (Daniel F. Beatty) both j
. ;,ys if unsatisfactory, after a te-1 trial of
e davs. Organ warranted for six years.
-PS wanted evetywnerc, male or fe- |
liair, to canvass for this superior in-tru- j
DANIEL F. BLA1 I \ ,
Washington, New Jers y, U. S. A
Wholesale and retail dealers in
A large s'oek of
FLOUR, CORN AND BACON
ALWAYS* ON HAND.
Biown Store building, Main st.,
DENISON; ....... .........TEXAS
' EO. J. DEXTER,
GENERAL FIRE INSURANCE AG’T.
Representing companie with assest.-
Office at Postoffice Book Store,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
May 3 t. f.
A TTORNE 2'S-A T-LA IS.
ATT’Y and COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 223 Main Street,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
* sr-1',"'!!--Aircnts v-.ni'p'l evorv-
iwi,t‘,s. tin i'.'—< li(iii<>ral'l*ntut tirst .
r irtli’iilurs scut free A'i(Ire*i I
J . \\ OKill i CO.. ill. l.uuis.ilo«
Special attention given to cases per-
aining to ci/iiunercial 01 real estate law
inch 7, i-nt •
Wholesale and Retail dealer
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MIL-
GENT’S FURNJSING GOODS, See.
No. 2:9 Main Street,
DENISON, - - • , TEXAS
MURCIIAN T TAIL OR.
307 Main street, Denison.
Keeps constantly on hand a full line of
piece goods, and is prepared to make
Sl.HTS IN THE LATEST STYLES.
I its and satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and examine his stock and prices.
Meals only 25 cents, served at all hours.
Comfortable, well ventilated rooms. The
best wines, liquors and cigars at the bar.
inch. 9 tf.
I Per Day.........................$2 00
j Per Week..................$6 to .Jio 00
' Day Board (per week)............$5 00
Cor. Main st. and Austin ave.
DENISON • - - TEXAS.
This r.ew and elegantly furnished sa-
loon and billiard hall is now open to the
Choice Wines, Liqooits & Cigars,
Will always be found at the bar, which
is in charge of one of the most skillful
and attentive barkeepers in the West.
PRATT. MATTHEWS, Propr.
JOHN OURAND, Prop’r.
Opposite the Express office, Main street
Choice Wines. Liquors and Cigars can
always be found at the bar.
oct. 27 tf.
North Travis Street,
SHERMAN, - - TEXAS.
The only place where you can get
PURE GLEN LEA WHISKY,
in Northern Texas.
PURE II AN ANA CIGARS,
Alwas to be had at the bat.
pALACE BEER HALL.
I.OUIS LIBBIE Proprietor
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS AI.E AND BEER
Constantly on draft
South side Main street,
The Palace Beer Hall has been recently
fitted up in a neat and attractive style
and furnished with FINE BILLIARD
THE WINE ROOM
which has recently been fitted up is nice-
JAS. J. CAMPBELL, Prop’r.
MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS.
None but the finest Wines and Liquors
kept on sale.
Every attention paid to customers,
A. F. HOKNBACK. J. N. WRIGHT.
''RAND SOUTHERN SALOON—
HORN BACK & WRIGHT, Props.
Corner of Main street and Austin avenue
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
The oldest established bouse in the cite.
The bar is kept supplied with pure old
Stonewall whiskeys, imported French
Cogniac and imported cigars.
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES.
dee 11 tf
L 1). GREGORY K. W. GURNEY.
-* RE GORY k GURNEY,
RUSK AVENUE HOTEL,
Corner of Rusk avenue and Gandy street,
ERMAN BOARDING HOUSE,
LOEFFLER k IIERTWECK, Profrs.,
Board and lodging on the most liberal
terms. Everything neat and clean.
In the basement No. 122, Main street,
CHEAPEST anti BEST IN TOWN.
PETER FRIIS, Prop’r.,
Northwest corner of Public Square,
GAINESVILLE - - TEXAS.
Good beds and plenty to eat. We guar-
antee the very best the market affords.
CALL AND SEE US.
UNISON DYING RENOVATING
AND REPAIR SHOP.
Skiddy street, opposite Nel ori Iloustr
CHRIST NALTE, Prop r.
Gents’ coats, pants and ve t- are dyed,
leansed and neatly repa a. . nd made
o look as well as new. it J fait to
please you, no charge will L. made.
I.allies’ silk and woolen shin 1 dress-
of every description are dy, r. clean.-ed
J I . . < 1
and restored to their original pristine
Feb. 9, tf. ,
MRS. J. II. FRANK.
No.— Msin street,
DENISON - - . TEXAS.
Mrs. Frank gives the culinary depart-
ment and the tables her personal atten-
Patrons will be served with the best in *
the market, and on the nv :! 1 vsonable
1/1 ay 4 tf. j
D 1 ER AND RENOVATOR, (j
REA IT J ORGAN.
pos t ER, LUDLOW k GO.,
No. 7 Wail street, Ne w York and A us
tin, Texas. P. O. Box 120.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST AL-
LOWED ON GOLD AND CUR-
RENCY DEPOSITS, SUBJECT
TO CHECK ON SIGHT.
Orders for Gold, Silver, Bonds, Exchange
etc., proinply executed.
Texas State Securities sent to us for
sale will have our personal attention, and
we will advance within 10 per cent, of
bid price as reported weekly in "THE
PUBLIC” newspaper of this city.
Our Austin house will pay taxes for
land owners in Texas on yery aovantag-
Collections made through our Austin
house, and promptly remitted for on the
same day. May 7 iy.
BEATTY’S PA KLOI
EP ORGANS :g
ELEGANT STYE Valuable
Improvement-:. New y ful Solo
Stops. OVER ONi i'll U AND Or-
ganists and Mnsiciat it d: r: these Oi-
lmans and recommend ii.e.m , , „triclly
FIRST-CLASS in lVm\ ,V us-tn a.i I
Durability. Wan anted f r six 1 cars.
MOST ELEGANT AND LATEST
Have been awarded the Highest Pre-
miums in com petit i< wi;!: ,,thi s for
SIMPLICITY, DlT: ABILITY AND
And Piano like Action.
Pure, sweet, and evenly balanced Tone,
Orchestral Effects, and in 4 mt-,neons ac-
cess which may be had to the r eds.
Send lor price li-t. Add
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jers U. S. A.
CENl) 25c. to G. P. ROWELL k CO.
^ York, for oaniphletol ioopnj/e
rrintainirwr licfc r^C .......
containing lists of 3,000 newspapers ;ui.
estimates showing cost of advertising f
inch. 7, i-y d.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 16, 1876, newspaper, May 16, 1876; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720845/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.