Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 23, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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SATURDAY...^iiLi;**MAY J3‘ *«74
FIFTH Ml LIST CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
1-1) announcing the fifth and last of the
series of Gift Concerts given for the ben-
efit of the Public Library of Kentucky
the trustees and manager refer with
pride and pleasure to the lour which
have been already given. The first, De-
cember 16, 1S7J :"the second, December
2. 1872; the third, July 8, 1873; and the
fourth. March 31st, 1874..
Under their ckartei, granted by a spe-
cial act ot the Kentucky Legislature,
March 16, 1871, the trustees are author-
ised to give ONE MORE, and GNLY
ONE MORE Gift Concert. With the
money arising froiji this h ifth and last
Concert, the Library, Museum, and other
departments are to be enlarged and en-
rj.jvved with a fixed and certain annual
income. Snch an, endowment fund is
desired, as will secure beyond peradven-
ture, not only the maintenance of this
magnificent establishment, hut its con-
The Galvmton Daily News ha* been
ENLARGED IN VOLUME, IMPROV’D
IN QUALITY, AND REDUCED
In order to Keep up with the current
news of the day, and afford space for full
discussion of passing events, the Proprie-
tors are sparing no labor or expense to
The Great Paper of the Southwest.
THE FIFTH GIFT CONCERT,
for the purpose mentioned, and which is
positively and,unequivocally announced
as Til a last which wilt ever be given un-
der tin's charter and bv the present muur
qgetnenl. Will come off ill the Public Li-
brary Hall, at Louisville, Ky.,
Filthiy, July 31, 1874,
At this final Concert everything will be
gpou a scale corresponding with its in-
creased importance. The music will be
rendered by an orchestra consisting of
one hundred, performers selected for their
fame in different lands, and the unprece-
dented sum of
divided into twenty thousand gifts, will
be distributed among the ticket-holders.
LIST OF GIFTS..
Qne Grand Cash Gqft. .•
4 s 4 <
4 4 4 4
5 Casli Giftt, 820,000 each..
. .. IpQ,OOD
. • • 100,000
4 4 _
Grand Total, 20,000 Gif's,
i ialves.......,....... •
Tenth, or each Coupon
11 Whole tickets tor...
524 Tickets for.......
Thoroughly identified in sentiment
with the people of Texas, they are pleased
to know that their exertions are appreci-
ated, as is evident from their largely in-
creased subscription lists. By adopting
the strict Cash System, they are enabled
to reduce the price and improve the paper.
Its corps of active Correspondents
throughout the State, at New York,
Washington, and all other important
points, enables it to give t the very latest
Telegraphic News in advance of any
.other journal. During the sessions of
the Legislature and Congress fts indefat-
igable Reporters will keep its readers
thoroughly advised upon ‘everything
transpiring at cither the State or Nation-
'JMIE FIRST GREAT SALT LAKE
Gift Concert, authorized by and un-
der the immediate supervision of the city-
authorities of Corinne City.
Has been postponed until
July 4th, 1874.
At which time it will positively take place.
Trustees nf the Public Free School:
Capt. S. Howe,
J. S. Gerrish and Alex. Toponce.
Distributed to the Ticket Holders
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.
Terms of the DAILY, per annnm, in
advance, U. S. Currency..........$12.00
The Weekly News
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
TO BE HELD AT THE
Opera House, €ity of Corinne,
For the benefit and in aid of the
The Public Free School,
The only FREE SCHOOL in Utah.
Containing ali the News of the week,
Leading Editorials, full Commercial Re-
ports, and general miscellaneous Reading
Matter, especially adapted for the FAMI-
LY, is mailed every Monday morning-
lias also been reduced in price, as follows:
WEEKLY, Double Sheet in advance.
one copy, U. S. Currency........$4 00
WEEKLY, Double Sheet in advance,
ten copies, U. S. Currency........30 00
The Double Sheet makes the price of
the Weekly News equal to only $2 for a
Single Sheet, or in Clubs of Ten $1.50.
Specimen Copies sent free on applica-
tion. Remit by P. O. Money Order,
Draft, or Registered Letter.
Also, every description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
RULING AND BINDING,
Neatly and promptly executed at lowest
RICHARDSON, BUM) & CO.
M. ClIICllliT, Prour.
The tablets furnished with the best
Tickets are now ready for sale, and
orders accompanied- by cash, will be
Liberal commission will be allowed to
Circulars containing full particulars
furnished op application.
LUOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent and Manager.
1- .blie Library Building. Louisville, Ky
lltAIS ,fc |>AVIFifC RAILWAY.
T;'.:m.s Continental Division.
Close c nnections at Sherman with
train - north and south on Texas Central
Railway, and at Brookston with El Paso
Stag ■ Co.A daily iiije of Coagoryl coaches
for Paris, Clarksville and Texaikana, the
junction of Cairo & Fulton an t Texas
PASSENGER TIME TABLE.
Leave Sherman at 10:10 a. m,..; Choc,
taw, 10:45; Savoy, 11 130: Bonham, 12:15
p. m. • N City, 12 45; Iloney Grove,
1 :c5 : arriving at Brookston at 2 :co.
Leave Brookston at 12:30?. m.: lionet
Grove 1 =25; Dodds City, 2 105; Bonham",
2:35; Savor, 3:20: Choctaw. 3:58; arriv-
ng at Sherman at 4 :30.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Prices will be found as reasonable
any house in the city.
GOOD SLEEPING ROOMS
fuini»hg4on application. fob u*t
Depository, Bank of Corinne
PRICE $1 EACH,
OR SIX FOR FIVE DOLLARS.
$226,500 in Gifts!
1 Grand Cash Gift...............$50,000
1 “ “ 25,000
1 “ “ ................12.000
: “ “ .................8,ocxi
1 “ “ .................6,txx)
I “ “ .................5, (XX)
1 “ “ .................4,ocxi
6 “ “ .................3,(xx)
5 “ " $1,000 each......5,(xxi
50 each.....10, ocx)
5 each......6, 500
52,034 Cash Gifts, amounting to $226,500
ONE CHANCE IN EVERY NINE
The distribution will be in public, and
will he made under the same form and
regulations as the San Fra icisio and
Louisville Library Gift Concerts, under
the supervision of a committee of prom-
inent citizens selected by the ticket
Reference as to the integrity of this en-
terprise and of the management is made
to the following well known citizens:
Sam L. Tibbnis, A. Toponce, J. Mulsh
and J. 11. Gerrish—Member of the City
Judge T. J. Black, Ass’t U. S. Assessor;
Malsh & Greenwald, Proprietors Metro-
politan Hotel; Eugene Moore, City Mar-
shal; W. W. Hull, Architect: J. Kchoe.
Constable: J. Kupfer, Jeweler: Capt. S.
Howe. Contractor; O. I). Richmond N
Co., Commission Merchants; M. E.
Campbell. Proprietor Central Hotel; Sin-
gleton & Creatli, Proprietors Pacific Sta-
bles; S. P. Hitch, Merchant, Sandy,
Utah ; A. G. Garrison, Helena, Montana.
We will also announce that each and
verv person buying a ticket can at any
and all times examine our books and ali
business transactions connected with the
enterprise; and as tlie drawing of pru.es
wif) he placed in the hands of honest and
disinterested men. it will insure a lair and
f,..jiJ . ii j«r1' vtiiffit- .I
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And a positive remedy for
GOUT. GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DI-
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Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation, Inflamation or Ulceration of
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Spermatorrhoea, Leucorrhcen or Whites,
diseases ot the Prostrate Gland, Sto.ie in
the Bladder, Colcuius Grnvel or Brick-
dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Dis-
Permanently cures. nil diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical Swell-
ings, existing in Men, Women, and Chil-
NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
Prof. Steele savs: “One bottle of
Kearney’s Fluid Extract Buchu is worth
more than all other Buchus combined.”
Price, one cl .liar per bottle, or six bot-
tles for five dollars. Sold by Druggists
DEPOT, 104 DUANE ST., NEW YORK.
A Physician in attendance to answer
correspondence and give advice gratis.
JjQJ^Send stamp for pamphlets, free.«x£33
Nervous and Debilitated
OF BOTH SEXES.
No charge lor advice and consultation.
Dr J. B. Dyott, graduate of Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, author of
several valuable works, can be consulted
on all diseases of the Sexual or Urinary
Organs, (which he lias made an especial
study) either in male or female, no mat-
ter from what cause originating or of
how long standing. A practice of thirty
years enables him to treat diseases with
success. Cures guaranteed. Charges
reasonable. Those at a distance can
forward letter describing symptoms and
enclosing stamp to prepay postage.
Send for the Guide to Health. Price
J. B. Dyott, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
104 Duane St., N. Y.
April 25, d-w 1 o’.
llv Special Arrangements a
LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAIN
Now runs between the Mississippi River,
NEW YORK and Boston, via the Wab-
ash & Lake Shore Route, leaving dailv
except Saturday stopping only at principal
stations, and arriving at
Fort Wayne, 7 Hours,'
| Comp'ing Lines.
New York, (via Buffalo) 6i hours.
Boston, 6.J hours,
With Corresponding Fast Tune to Other
The Only Fast Line Landing Passengers
in Grand Certral Depot, New
THEREBY AVOIDING ALL FERRY
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
From ST. LOUIS and HANNIBAL, to
TOLEDO and CLEVELAND, Con-
necting with Drawing Room and
Sleeping Car Lines lor
NEW YORK WITHOUT CHANGE.
The DAY TRAINS have recently been
1 equipped with new PASSENGER CARS.
Go(Ml|Hii«1 Responsible Affent* Wanted.
Li In-nil Commission Allowed.
•J. B. IIAKT,
All kinds of
Woodard -t., oj-p, J- M. Stratton,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES,
5£fP*Money should be sent by express
or bv draft o’n any solvent bank, by post-
office monev order, or registered letter, at
our risk. For particulars, address
K. W.MORGAN, Manager,
Lock Box 15S, Corinfie. Utah.
fitted up with everv improvement for
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 23, 1874, newspaper, May 23, 1874; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720922/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.