Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, March 5, 1875 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily News.
FRIDAY............MARCH. 5, 1875.
The News printing establishment has ! ^ ^ ^
been removed to No. no Main street
Day’s brick block.
Attention. Ladle* I
Only a few days longer and we will be
ready to display the best and largest stock
of our own make, ladies,’ Misses' and
childrens’shoes, ever opened in this mar-
ket. We aim to make our shoe depart-
ment a specialty this season. Remember
We have disposed of our city circulation
to Mr. Thos R. Neale, who will see to
the delivery of the papers, and to whom
all bills for subscription, after this date,
must be paid. Mr. Neale buys the papers
of us, consequently we have nothing what-
ever to do either with furnishing patrons
or collecting the subscription money.
We have made this arrangement with
Mr. Neale in order to secure the punctual
delivery of our paper, and trust our pat-
rons will approve of the change.
Go to S. N. Gilbert & Go’s, old stand
for Harrison’s Patent Starch Gloss.
Garden seeds by the bushel at Clatk Si
Tallant’s. jan. 12, d wed,
If you want nice looking liiten use
Harrison’s Patent Starch Gloss. It will
make an old dress look glossy and new.
Ask your grocer or druggist for it.
Eppstein Bro’s bare just received an-
other shipment of fine Havana and Key
West and domestic cigars.
A gentlemnn from the country placed
his wagon and team in a wagon-yard on
Crawford street, Tuesday night, but in-
stead of remaining with his property he
went to a house to enjoy the comforts of j cakes, etc., at all times are
a bed. In tlie morning he discovered
some one had taken his blankets, a vnliee
containing his clothing and two pistols.
The best stock of goods
opened at the Star Store.
will soon be
Handsome kids soon
to arrive at jthe
Wait tor our custom-made ladies' shoes.
soon to arrive at the Star Store.
Garden seeds by the ounce at Clark &
Tallant’s. jan. 22, d wed.
Everybody savs that Our House
the best whisky in the market.
Plant’s warranted garden seeds at Clark
Si Tallant's jan. 22, d wed.
A largo lot of spring prints just received
at C. A. Sprague’s New Stoic.
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Mr. W. I). Boss left Thursday evening
lor the south, to be absent a week.
j. G. Taylor lias received an elegant
family carriage from Quincy. Illinois,
iust out of the factory of Miller Si Co.
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Try the Clement shoes, custom-made
uid warranted, soon to arrive at the Star
' Ask your grcc tn for Harrison's Patent
Starch Gloss. It makes an old shirt look
like new. Price 25 and 40 cents.
Lebrecht has just received several bar-
rels of choice sweet cider, direct from
Ohio. It is really a superior article.
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Call at C. A. Sprague's new store, No.
220 Main street, atul examine his stock oi
dry goods, notion -, fancy goods, etc.
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Ladies' underwear, corsets, hosiery and
a full line ot dress trimmings at Sprague’s
new store, No. 220 Main street.
A carload of blooded calves came down
the load Thursday morning and wore
transfered to the Central.
Mr. Nelm’s house was in imminent dan-
ger of being consumed by Hie the other
night. A careless servant dumped the
ash-bucket'in close proximity to the rear
of the building, and the wind had fanned
up a splendid blaze before the danger
was discovered. Such foolishness will
destroy the city one of these days.
Clark Sc Tallant have the best stock of
garden seeds in the city.
jan. 22, d wed.]
Mr. Rue received, Wednesday evening,
via. M., K. & T. railway, from Mulhal!
& Scaling, St. Louis, ten purc-blood
Durham bulls. They are large, fine ani-
mals, averaging in weight about 1,800
pounds. Mr. Rue pronounces them equal
to any bulls ever brought into the State.
They have been sent to the “R 2” ranch,
in Cook county.
The person who does any thing to light-
en human toil, add to human pleasures,
and make life a joy, is a public benefactor <
This is why the voting man who intro-
duced the Patent Starch Gloss in tills city
is really a philanthropist. It is an article
which not only polishes the gentlemen’s
shirt fronts exactly to their notion, but
smoothes the tempers of our wives and
daughters, and brings happiness to
the hearth-stone. It’s as plendid article,
and every married man who has the gump-
tion of a flea will take the hint and take a
package home with him.
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Try Harrison’s Patent Starch Gloss.
It gives a beautiful gloss to shirts, col-
lars. culls, muslin and cambric dresses,
and all good- requiring starch.
It thickens the starch.
Adds stillness to the garments.
Saves labor in ironing.
Prevents the iron from sticking.
Makes your clothes look new and glossy.
One package will last a family from
two t > three months. Price, twenty-five
and forty cent- per package. Now in
store and for sale by Henry Merritt Sc
Co., fancy grocers, at S. N. Gilbert &
Go’s, old st.nd.
Mr. E. Eppstein, ol Rockdale, who has
been spending several weeks in our city,
left for home Thursday evening.
Arrivals at the Alamo.
Robbing in Sherman.
F. A. Ilvatt, I. T.; *Geo. Chess, Par-
sons; Sam. ). Loch, Cincinnati; G. D.
Granger, Cincinna;;: II. J 111k, Baltimore;
Mrs. M. L. Malone, Missouri; E. A. Wil-
son, Parsons; Tlios. Heifner, St. Louis:
„ j 1. N. Peyton, Denver; F. M. Goodwin,
A lady of this city ha.-, traced her gene-; Texas; j. 11. llibbetts, Omaha; i Ector
alow back t o Pocahontas, which entitles j Barothv.
, ' 1 ; Au/o. Chess i.s inspector on the M
her to over yo.-o ac.es ol laiul in the . ... , 1
,v 1. railroad.
Cherokee Nation. I __
The largest stock of Millinery Goods
yet shown in Denison will soon be open for
inspection at C. A. Sprague’s new store,
N0220 Main street.
iiii.OtiO )..nlii-H Wanted
Immediately, to use Harrison’s patent
Starch Gloss for dresses, cuffs, collars, and
ever) thing where starch is used. Apply;
at your grocer's or druggi-t's.
Dr. Price is well known as an expert in
the study of culinary chemistry, and all
of the manufactures of Steel Si Price are
the result of his researches. One of these
discoveries is the Cream Baking Powder,
by the use of which light, sweet biscuits,
The market is flooded with cheap, infe-
rior baking powders, and adulteration is
so extensively practiced, that the Cream
Baking Powder does the work with two-
third-of the quantity required of any
other kind. In view of such cheap impo-
sitions, the public are advised to ask for
these pure and excellent articles; if they
cannot be obtained of one grocer may be
of another. The purer the articles that
compose our daily tcod the better they
are for health. Dr. Price’s True Flavor-
ing Extracts are really delicious.
Dec. 25, iw.
O. I. c.
New style prints at the Star Store.
That. Fresh ground coffee is warranted
.pure. Ground Fresh every day at Clark
iC Tallnnts. fed 16 tf
Go and see that mammoth coffee mill
and be convinced that you can get pure
ground coffee at Clark Sc Fall ant’s.
feb 16 tf
NO CUICKERY, ) In that fresh
NO HUMBUG. >grocndcofe.ee
NO BUGDUST, ) kept onlv at
feb 16 tf CLARK A TALLANT’S.
A valuable farm, eight miles west of
Denison, with good improvements and
excellent water. Enquire of Thos. R.
Neale, this office.
1 or Rent.
A large second floor, front room, hand-
somely furnished. For terms, etc., apply
011 premises, southeast corner Sears street
and Austin avenue.
Feb. 27. tf
At the Kentucky Whisky Depot, by I
Messrs. Eppstein Bro’s., a large stock of
choice liquors, including a supply of the |
celebrated Cook County whiskies; also, a |
large supp! v of Havana, Key West and
In the hands of science all things be-
come valuable bv adaptment, and saluta-
ry by their application. Tims, Dr. J.
Walker has obtained from certain vegeta-
ble product of California, that have been 1
O. E. Snvder, dentist of the Boston
Deii'al Association, northwest corner
Madison and Dearborn sts., Chicago, is
siopping at Mr. H. Tone’s residence, Gan-
dy street. Those wishing first class dent-
stry will do well to give him a call.
Jan. 29, w 1.
F. C. J. LEBERMANN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
WINES, LIQUORS, and TOBACCOS,
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
DENISON and DALLAS.
Seeds! Seeds! At wholesale and retail
at City Drug Store.
Soaps, toilet articles and perfumery, at
the City Drug Store.
Only Fifty Cents
For a box containing twelve varieties
of choice fiov/r r seeds, at Clark & Tal-
lant’s. feb. 8. tf.
Dry Paints and Colorsin Oil at City Drug
Linseed Oil. Spirits Turpentine and
Coal Oil at the City Drug Store.
The London Dyer.
FRESH ORANGES AND LEMONS
Looking Glasses, Billiard Tables and
furniture, Tenpins, Bar Fixtures, etc., al-
ways on sale
anr to tf
‘GREAT AMERICAN PIANO FORTE HOUSE.
TEXAS 1! E PA H T M E N T,
DORMON, HOLMES & CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PIANOS and ORGANS.
Principal office and Headquarters Texas
204 COMMERCE STREET,
Supply depots and branch offices at all
important points in the State.
Address all orders from Texas to the
Dallas office. The instruments will be
Citizens of Denison and surrounding
ccuntr', we are prepared to dve, clean 1 . , . ,
and repair all kinds of gentlenum’s tabled I 8e?J from iUe. "eare8t >' Pvr
clothing, in London style. Ladies’ gar-1 and Organs sold on Mo
merits renovated and dyed. Particular
attention paid to silk dresses and crape
shawls. Page Sc Naltf.,
Nov. 21, tf. Dyers.
The Live Drug Store is closing out a
large stock of lamps at cost, to make
Organs sold on Monthly
Second Hand Instruments taken in ex-
change for new.
Tuning and Repairing Done by Skill-
ful Workmen and Satisfaction Guaran-
Parties living in towns on any of the
lines of railroad, wishing to test their in-
1 struments before buying, can have
room for extra show cases and toilet and plact!d q, their houses for trial, without
fancy goods.. extra.expense.
Call and examine or send for circular
of that Fresh
at CLARK Sc
feb 16 tf
( iiolcr Cigars,
Louis Lebrecht has a large stock of
Havana. Key West and Domestic Cigars
Parties living in the northwest portion
of the city will find it convenient to buy
their meat at Mr. Browns’Star Market,
on tiie north side of Main street, below
Austin avenue. He keeps fine meats and
sells at the lowest prices. H30tf.
and price iists.
New York Office No. 14, Ea-t 14th St.
Central Southern Dept, No. 83, Che —
nut Street, Nashville, Tenn.
P. C. TAYLOR,
J\IA N UFAC1 URMR OF
^ x nvi xi
NM IVV.V I »i
J. T. MUNSON.
"JpONE Sc MUNSON,
Dealers in Real Estate
Abstracts of Titles furnished for the
City of Denison and Grayson county.
Will deliver the very best
WHITE FINISHING. PL\STERING
AND BUILDING LIME,
To any Station on the II. & T. C. Rail-
road, I. Si. G. N. Railway, at very reason-
SATISFACTION G CAR ANTE ED.
Or the money refunded.
trampled upon for centuries by the igno-
rant, the invaluable curative known li-
the California Vinegar Bitters, a medi-
cine which is exciting the wonder of th.
community by ii beneficial operation in
the worst ca-e- of rheumatism, pulmona-
ry diseases, general debility, congestion
K. I of the liver, constipation, scrofula, am.;
I malarious fevers.
Office in Wallace Building, No. 212, Main
There was a robbery in Sherman on j
Wednesday night, or rather early Thurs- ;
day morning, as we learn from McDow-
ell A Wright. Mr. 1 larrv Wa.cklin is, or j
was porter at the Bartlett House. By i
some means ne got possession of the!
combination of the locx on the hotel safe, j
and sometime between midnight and j
daylight opened it, took out three bun- j
| dred dollars in money, and skipped. Me*
Mr. Povcraft, of the firm of Ryan & Dowell N Wright weie stepping at tne
Roycraft, "ilotir manufactures, Osage Mis- house, and when they learned of
sion, Kan., was in the citv Wednesday, j tlu' robbing the morning, at once
Messrs C ark N Tallent continue to ban-1 dk-patened- a man to Red River, and for-
die their flour which is No.
with a ready sale, in this market.
Haskell'ii Garden :• «;Ls
[V D. KXTtTS.,
V V .
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PRECINCT NO. ;,
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC
Acknowledgments taken and
pars made out.
For -ale at
building, C. I
City Drug Store,
.. Edwards, agent.
I! m. Norman & Co.
Would inform the ladies of Deni-on
that they have removed their millinery
store opposite Pollard’s, on Main street,
ard will 1 reive, in 11 few days, a full anti
complete stock of millinery goods.
Dresses cut, fitted, and made in the
Office :—Residence Mr. I!. TONE, on
Gaudy street. fcl>2-dwtf.
ii i till j mm (bill)
Wholesale and retail'dealers
ATT’Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
1 and meets j tunatelv he overhauled the iight-fingere i ; hlU.st and most apDroved styles,
gentleman just as lie was :*;ctling on the :
Wunli-U ini 1 uiduitrly.
Four hundred and fifty ox or nmlc
teams, to haul Harrison's Patent Starch
Gloss, which makes old shirts shine like
new. For further particulars apply at
all the drug and grocery stores.
north-hound train at Colbert’s Station, j
lie had bought a ticket for Junction City, J
which t eket is now for sale cheap—ap-j
ply to Wright. Wacklin is now meditat-
ing at his leisure in the Sherman jail.
Feb. 27, mi.
Office in Glasscock building, Cony
avenue Austin, Texas.
Special attention to land
and land claims.
itiga‘ ion and
A rulilii- Shave.
George Gam el is a stock dealer of Fort
John !• Collins, proprietor of Our Mason, and one of the shre -vdest of busi-
llouse, lias the cheapest whisky in the j ness men in his line, lie handles thous-
Bids will be received until March 7,
for putting shutlers on the Presbyterian
church. Alex. W. Auieson
Feb. 27, d iw.
SPANISH TITLES EXAMINED AMI."
Consultations on SpanLh and civil la !
Flour, Corn and Bacon
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Brown Store building, Main st.,
For fresh and reliable garden
call at the City Drug Store.
•-------—-- | rT"'AKEN UP, by Jesse Looney, and
.... A posted before W. D. Kirk, J. P., on
u 111 ‘ f *l<<‘ ; February JO, 1875, one red steer, little
The best medical authorities are aunk ' ,whia' b™nde-l on left hip, j
, , : but not disearnable; branded on left horn
_. , ... . . , . , - ; ... , on the question ol pure Wines. The ben- I (^i4)) about eight years old, had on a beil ;
Plans and specifications tor bids for an | cur red to lmn to have a public shave, and I eficiai olyect „f the pure juice of the grape , and was h .bided; ear marks, „:uler half- !
Mr. Louis [.crop off' left eai, under half-crop oft’ right'
ear ar.d over-slope. Also, 011c brown
steer, six or seven vears old, branded
city. Only $150 per gallon,
goods will sell these hard times.
Our House and sample the stock.
Church to Guild.
amis of dollars every season, and is known
to cattle men from Kansas to the gull-
j Gamel was in town Thursday, having just
disposed of several hundred head of cattle
I During the evening the eccentric idea oc-
Episcopal church in Denison, can be seen 1 he gave Frank, at Williams’ barber shop, un the ,Vstcm is undoubted.
up to the 15th inst.
Mar. 3, dtf.
at Leeper, Lingo Si . $2.50 to move the chair into the street and
Lebrecht has received a shipment of the
Ithere a"d t‘,en «lv0 hlln “ Tentee‘ 8crap' ! best native and imported wines to be nad j 7lVI> (coLY-cted)Yn‘the'left ‘hip, ‘marked
: ing. I rank took otl the hair in the most j t],e lnarket. We would call special i with bob in each ear. Animals
„ . TYVtTY . 1 .. I approved fashion, In the presence of quite attention to his “KELLY ISLAND” and 1 praised at forty-five dollars.
0 “u 1 a 111 h “nc St ec '8U i a crowd that were attracted by the oddity RHINE WINES •<« Ml-’ «*•»«» 1 G. A. Dickerm \n.
jan. 22, d wed.
J of the scene.
as the purest wines in
Feb. 23, w 3t.
retail aeiler in
opposite National Bank.
DENISON - - . TEXAS.
Chickens, Turkeys, etc., alive and
dressed, made a specialty.
Ires!; Bread, Pies, Cakes, etc., kept on
sale, dec. S tf.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, March 5, 1875, newspaper, March 5, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721207/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.