Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
WEDNESDAY......MARCH 14. 1877-
Garfield declires to be a candidate
tor Senator from Ohio.
A St. Petersburg dispatch says
the thermometer was down to 200
below zero at Pesth, on the 12th,
and that it had been snowing there
for fortv-eight hours. The snow was
from three to twelve feet deep.
The admission of Morgan and
Grover makes the Senate stand 39
Republicans, 33 Democrats and 1
Independent (Davis) with two Lou-
isiana seats and one South Carolina
seat vacant and contested.
The son of Louis Napoleon, the
late Emperor of the French, has ar-
rived at the age of twenty-one, and a
dispatch from Paris intimates that
he is about to issue a proclamation
claiming the throne.
A San Diego dispatch says a spe-
cial from Tucson says General Tol-
uenco, commanding the Pacific coast
ot Mexico, has appointed General
Marizcal provisional governor for
Sonora and reported the same to
Diaz for confirmation.
Hayes’ Southern policy seems to
foreshadow that he will withdraw
the troops from South Carolina and
Louisiana and leave the rival gov-
ernments to settle their own dillicul-
ties. This is all that Hampton and
Nicholls ask for, for they have the
support of the people.
The people ot Brenharn have
made up, by private subscriptions,
$5,200, to be invested in a public
school building. This sum, together
with what they will derive from the
public and Peabody funds, will
erect one ot the finest public school
buildings in Texas, outside of Deni-
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
SATURDAY, EVENING MARCH 17th,
MATINEE, 2 P. M.
GRAND SPECIAL EVENT.
First appearance in thia city of the peer-
less comniedienne, vocalist
and supreme favorite
J. J. SULLIVAN’S SELECT CO.
J. J. Sullivan, sole manager,
Presenting Saturday Afternoon
LENA, THE MADCAP.
Lena, with songs, • • Katie Putnam.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 17th
Will be produced Chas. Dickens’ great
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
JQROVERS* ft PLANTERS’
CAPITAL, - - - - $200,000.
Little Nell, with songs,
The Marchoness,songs,dances J Putnam.
SCALE OF PRICKS.
Matinee. - 75 cts, | Children, - 35 cts.
Front seats - $1 25 | Back seats - 75 cts.
Secure your seats early at Goldsoll’s.
THE DOLLAR STORE.
|^EW GOODS! LOW PRICES!
$1 -THE- $1
Offers to the Dry Goods trade rooo pack
ages novelties in
Comprising all the new shades, Navy
Blue, Seal Brown, Cardinal Red. 2000
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, JEANS,
LINSEYS AND SHAWLS,
At the lowest prices ever known in
Northern Texas. 500 packages Foreign
Comprising all popular shades in desir-
able goods. 1000 Packages
Comprising all desirable articles known
to the trade.
SCOItH A MOTH UK FOB HAVES.
The dispatches tell us that Hayes
has declaied most emphatically that
he will bestow Federal patronage
only on the basis of general recom-
mendation and not as a reward or
equivalent for party services; also,
that he will not make a single ap-
pointment from the South unless the
application is backed up by the tax-
paying and intelligent people of the
vicinage. This is of course a stag-
gerer to carpet-baggers, and means
that the Southern appointments will
lie from the white, conservative
BEAUTIES OF 1 HE HOMESTEAD LAW.
A large and well selected stock of
Clolhing, Gent’s Furnishing Goods
A FULL LINE OF MENS’. MISSES
AND CHILDREN’S SHOES.
Ladies' Misses’ and Children's Hats, in
large variety and latest styles.
The Only Dollar Store
IN NORTHERN TEXAS.
Twenty-five thousand novelties in the
No. 120 MAIN STREET,
Three doors above the Post office.
JAS. PORTER, JOHN NKVINS, J. H. SLATER,
Pres. Vice Pre». Cash.
SAMUEL HANNA, C. C. BINKLY,
JAMES PORTER, J. R. STEVENS,
John nevins, wm. hughes.
J. H. SLATER.
Does a general banking business.
Gold, Silver, and Exchange bought
Interests allowed on Time Deposits.
Drafts drawn on all the principal cities
of Europe. Oct. 6-tf.
piRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
HOTELS <& REST a .
BOOTSi SHO HATC
Main Street, • - Denison, Texas.
Managed by MRS. ]. H. FRANK,
Who will give the Culinary Department
her personal attention.
The tables are furnished with all the
delicacies the market affords. Cleanli-
ness the first consideration.
Convenient to the business portion of
the city. Terms reasonable.
CHEAPEST and 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.
Does a legitimate Banking business.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANL
On principal cities ot the United States.
CALL AND SEE US.
0. R. TIBBS’
New and Complelp Stock of
Just opened and for sale at Lower Price*
than the same Goods have ever be,
fore been sold at in this City.
If you wish 10 prove the truth of what
CALL AT 119 MAIN ST,
Nearly opposite Postoillce.
Kf*DON’T FORGET IT!
I. FURBER, Prop’r.
South side Main street, ncai Alamo,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
JOHNSCULLIN, rd. perry, w. s. LOWE.
President. Vice-Prest. Cashier.
J. T. Carbry,
S. G. Eddy,
D. W. C. Davis,
A. H. Coffin,
W. S. Lowe.
jpOSlER, LUDLOW & CO.,
No. 7 Wall street, New York and Aus
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., promply executed.
Texas State Securities sent to us for
sale will have our personal attention, and
we will advance within 10 per cent, ol
bid price as repotted weekly in “THE
PUBLIC” newspaper of this city.
Our Austin house will pay taxes for
land owners in Txeas on yery advantag-
Collections made through our Austin
house, and promptly remitted for on the
same dav. May 7 iy.
This house has lately undergone a
thorough renovation and eveiything is
kept neat and clean. The new proprie-
tors know their business and are meeting
witli flattering success. aug.Stt.
JJANNA & WAPLES,
Wholesale and Retail
Corner Main *t. and A in avenue,
DENISON. - - - TEXAS
PAINTING AND ROOFING
Recently the Randall Bros., Dal-
las, failed for about$250,000, They
at the time owned the Lamar Hotel,
and two fine brick blocks of busi-
ness houses built and paid for out: of
their creditor’s money. When they
saw the crash coming, one member
moved bis family into this fine hotel
and claimed it under the law as his
homestead, while the other, having
a hall way cut t,,rough the business (
block, moved his family into the up-1
per story, claiming that as his home-
stead, and their creditors are whis-
tling for their money.
We find the above in the Honey
Grove Independent. It is a good
illustration ot a very ridiculous law.
jQR. W. H. HALLIWEgL,
Of the Iowa
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE
Having decided upon the establishment
of an institute in Texas, at the suggestion
of some of his friends has consented to
remain in Denison for a short time, and
will treat a few select and well marked
chronic cases of both male and female.
The Doctor’s well attested skill and large
experience of over 40 years affords an un-
lookedfo 1 opportunity to tne otheiwise
hopeless and dispairing invalids.
See circulars. 12-iotf
Cristadoro’s Hair Dye is the SAFEST
and BEST; it acts instantaneously, pro-
ducing the most natural shades of black
or brown; does NOT STAIN the SKIN,
and is easily applied. It is a standard
preparation, and a favorite upon every
well appointed toilet for lady or gentle-
man. Sold by druggists.
P. O. Box, 1533. New York.
CITY PAINT SHOP.
Has the Agency for the
ASBESTOS ROOF COATING.
The Best Article yet Discovered for
TIN OR IRON ROOFS,
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS,
AND ALL FLAT ROOFS.
NO. I 21
JOHN NEVINS & CO.,
ALL SIZES OF THE CELEBRATED
CRANE & BREED'S
METALLIC COFFINS and CASKETS
ROSE-WOOD COFFINS ft CASKETS
Coffins made to order on short notice,
in anv style. Prices from $3 to any
A specialty in making
AND FRAMING PICTURES
Fiom the latest patterns and styles ot
At the furniture house of
JOHN NEVINS & CO.,
Corner Main street and Houston Avenue
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
J^JILLS & BRADBEER,
UNDERTAKERS AND CABINET
We have always on hand all sizes of
Mctallics, Rosewood and Walnut; and
also all sizes of
Finished to order, and on short notice, ia
anv style. Prices from $3 to as high as
Undertaking attended to at all hours of
ii e day or night.
Shop second door west of Cuff’s stable,
All work in the above line attended to
promptly. Leave orders at the shop.
Mav 11 tf
1LMAN & CANNON,
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
MASONS & PLASTERERS
W. D. Ragland, L. VV. Hunt.
J^AGLAND & HUNT,
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS.
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
Ill ck-laying, plastering, cistern build-
ing a d cementing of all kinds done in
the best manner and on the most reason-
able tenns. i-i7-dw3m
CIGA RS A ND TOP A CCO.
Havana, Key West and Domestic Cigars,
Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,
Next door to Frank’s Restaurant.
DENISON, - . TEXAS.
ME A T MARKE TS.
JJROWN’S MEAT MARKET,
JOHN BROWN, - - - Proprietor,
Next door to News Building,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Oldest market in the city. Always
supplied with the best and largest variety
of meats. Fresh sausage kept on sale.
^JIIAS. L. LEASE,
Having taken charge of the Prescription
Depai tment ot
ACHESON’S DRUG STORE,
I offer my services to the public as the
ONLY DRUGGIST IN DENISON.
Tickets sold to all points at reduced rates.
Knickerbocker Accident Tickets for sale.
$3,000 for 25 cents.
Also, Agents for
DELVIN’S CLOTHING HOUSE,
Orders taken for suits, and fits guaran-
teed. 3-9 dtf.
FASHIONABLE BARBER and HAIR
Rooms south side Main street, near
corner Austin avenue. Good
Attached. Shaving, shampooing, and
hair dressing done in the best style of the
art. None but competent barbers em-
ployed. 3-13 dimo,
J^HEA & BENEDICT,
Office—Pettigrew building up stairs
DENISON. - - - TEXAS
I laving permanently located in Deni-
son we respectfully offer our profession-
al services to the community. Gold fil-
ing and preservation of tne natural-
teeth a specialty. Artificial teeth in.serif
ed on the best and most popular matt-
rial in use.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1877, newspaper, March 14, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720859/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.