Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 5, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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M. GOLDSOLL & 00
Have on hand the only complete stock of
Jewelry In DenlHon,
and are constantly receiving clocks,
watches, ladies’ opera chains, diamond
rings, ladies’ coral sets, and in fact eveiy-
thing pertaining to a first class jewelry
establishment. All goods warranted.
^LEX. W. ACHESON,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
(United States Examening Surgeon for
TNROVERS’ EXCHANGE RESTAU-
BRADY & CAMPBELL, Prop’s,
Main Street, Five Doors Below the Na-
Day Board,.......................$ i co
Per Week,........................ 500
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
8®*“ Best Wines and Liquors always on
New York, (via Buffalo) 64 hours.
Boston, 64 hours,
With Corresponding Fast Time 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 tor
NEW YORK WITHOUT CHANGE.
The DAY TRAINS have recently been
equipped with new PASSENGER CARS,
fitted up with every improvement for
COMFORT and SAFETY, and STAND
UNRIVALLED for STYLE and ELE-
GANCE. Miller’s COUPLERS and the
Patent Air Brake are used on all fast
Ask for your Tickets viathe “WABASH
W. L. MALCVLM, J. 8. LAZARUS,
Gen. Passenger Agent. Western Agent,
Toledo. Kansas City
We are also agents for agricultural im-
pliments of every description.
£ B. BERRY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURG20N,
Having dissolved with Dr. Acheson,
can hereafter be found at the Live Drug
Store. Main street. jan7-tf.
UNSON & GUNTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND DEAL-
ERS IN REAL ESTATE,
DENISON AND SHERMAN, TEXAS
Special attention given to the purchase,
sale, and location of land certificates and
the prosecution ofland claims generally.
The work ori
the title of The
I’AwDiA was completed in
THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO FOR
A Legal Grand Gift Concert.
Endorsed by Government and
Thursday, April 30th, 1874.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF A
JUVENILE REFORM SCHOOL
At Leavenworth, Kan.
13 Prizes Real Estate, $159,125
1 Cash Prize, - - - - 20,000
2 Cash Prizes,$io,000 each,20.000
O. R. MOREHKAD, Jr.
U. S. NEWMAN.
J. P. SELLAR
N. H. YOUNG
TyJOREHEAD, SELLAR & CO.
508 North Second street,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts in the
Office 3d room in Wallace Block.
kEXTER & SCOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG-
Dealers in pure Drugs and Chemicals.
Patent Medicines, Toi’et articles, Paints,
Spec:«.l attention r>n* l to Physician’*
tnd l-'amily Prescription.-;.
Dc'.ter & Scott.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PRECINCT NO. 5,
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC.
Good Reliable Agents wanted every-
where, to whom liberal commissions
will be allowed.
Single Tickets, $2.50; Five tickets
$12.00; Eleven Tickets, $25 00; and
ineach package of 11 a cash prize
jO^Money should be sent b.v Regis-
tered Letters, P. O. Order or Express,
with the full address of the purchasers
in plainwnt’ng. Order tickets at once
and avoid the great rush which is cer-
tain to prevail at the close of the
But a limited number of tickets left,
and they will be sent to those who
first apply. Should the money arrive
too late, it will be returned by P. O.
For further information and particu-
lars, send for circulars to the Man-
ager and Proprietor,
II. Matzdqrff, Agent Dension.
Acknowledgments taken and legal pa-
pers made out.
Do Your Own Painting,
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT.
OF PROPER CONSISTENCY FOR USE,
are sold by the gallon at less price
than a gallon of the best lead and oil can
be mixed, and the Avsrill wears longer
and is much handsomer.
Beautiful sample cards, with what the
owners of the finest residences say of it,
furnished free by dealers generally, or
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.,
32 Burling Slip, New York.
bee f idw 2m.
GMT LUMBER YARD!
OF NORTHERN TEXAS.
BOSS, JENNINGS & CO., Proprs.
The undersigned are now receiving from
Northern Wisconsin and St. Louis
the largest and best stock of
WHITE PINE LUMBER,
PANEL & SASH DOORS,
WINDOWS, ALL SIZES
and READY GLAZED
Ever brought to Northern Texas.
THE GOLDEN AGE,
Filled every week with brief and spark-
ling notes on the news, literature, poli-
tics, art, science, reform, and all current
Every subscriber gets two beautiful Chro-
THE FALLS OF MINNEHAHA,
We are prepared to sell, in large or small
At the Lowest Possible Prices,
and invite an examination of our stock
at the yard on Owing* street, Denison.
13 m BOSS, JENNINGS k CO.,
ieinally published under
Nfw American Cyclo-
..... 1, .. 1863.
which time the wide circulation which it
has attained in all parts of the United
States, and the signal developments which
have taken place in every branch of
science, literature, and art, have induced
the editors 1 nd publishers to submit it to
an exact and thorough revision, aud to is-
sue a new edition entitled Thk American
Within the last ten years the progress
of discovery in every department
knowledge has made a new work of refer-
ence an imperative want.
The movement of political affairs has
kept pace with the discoveries of science,
and their fruitful application totheindus
trial and useful arts aud the convenience
and refinement of social life. Qreat wars
and consequent revolutions have occurred,
involving national changes of peculiar
moment. The civil war of our own coun-
try, which was at its height when the last
volume of the old work appeared, has
happily been ended, and a new course of
commercial and industrial activity has
Large accessions to our geographical
knowledge have been made by the inde
fatignble explorers of Africa.
The great political revolutions of the
last decade, with the natural result of the
lapse of time, have brought into public
view a mu’titude of new men, whose
names are in everv one’s mouth, and of
whose lives every one is curious to know
the particulars. Great battles have been
fought and important sieges maintained,
of which the details are as yet preserved
only in the newspapers or in the transient
publications of the day, but which ought
now to take their place in permanent and
In preparing the present edition for the
press, it has accordingly been the aim of
the editors to bring down the information
to the latest possible dates, and to furnish
an accurate account of the most recent
discoveries in science, of every fresh pro-
duction in literature, and of the newest
inventions in the practical arts, as well as
to give a succinct and original record of
the progress of political and historical
The work has been begun, after long
and careful preliminary labor and with
the most ample resources for carrying it
on to a successful termination.
None of the original stereotype plates
have been used, but every page has been
printed on new ty pe, forming in fact a
new Cyclopaedia, with the same plan and
compass as its predecessor, but with a far
greater pecuniary expenditure, and with
such improvements in its composition as
have been suggested by longer experience
and enlarged knowledge.
The illustrations which are introduced
for the first time in the present edition
have been added not for the sake of picto-
rial effect, but to give greater lucidity and
force to the explanations in the text.
They embrace all branches of science and
natural history, and depiefthe most fa-
mous and remarkable features of scenery,
architecture and art, ns veil as the vari-
ous processes of mechanics and manufac-
turers. Although intended for instruc-
tion rather than embellishment, no pains
have been spared to insure their artistic
excellence; the cost of their execution is
enormous, and it is believed that they
will find a welcome reception as an ad-
mirable feature of the Cvclopa-dia, and
worthy of its high character.
This work is sold to subscribers only,
payable on delivery of each volume. It
will be completed in sixteen large octavo
volumes, eacli containing about 800 pages,
fully illustrated with several thousand
W ood Engravings, and with numerous
colored Lithographic Maps.
. , _ by lad un-l
der the immediate supervision of the cityj
authorities of Corinne City,
fit and in aid of
Prict and Style of Binding
In extra Cloth, for vol., - - - JS.oo
In Library Leather, per vol., - 6.00
In Half Turkey Mor'co. feritol., - 7.00
In Half Russia, extra gilt, Mr vol. 800
In full Mo., ant., gilt edges, per vol. 10.00
In full Russia, fer vol. - - - - 10.00
Four volumes n:*\v ready. Succeeding
volumes, until c mpletion, will be issued
once, in two months.
♦^♦Specimen pages of the American
Cycloi’/Edia, showing type, illustrations,
etc., will he sentgratis, on application.
First-Class Canvassing Agents
Address the Publisher,
l>. AFPLKTON, Si CO.
G4U it S61 Broadway, N. Y.
The Public Free School,!
The Only Free School In Utah Terri tor
Trustees of the Publle Fro# School:
Cspt. 8. Howe,
J. 8. Gerrifih and Alex. Toponc^J
Distributed to the Ticket Holders]
GRAND GIF rCONCER-
TO BE HELD AT THE
Opera House, City
March 31st, 1874,
Depository, Bank of Corinne
PRICE $1 EACH,
OR SIX FOR FIVE DOLLARS
$226,500 in Gifts!
1 Grand Cash Gift...............$50,0001
“ “ u*oo|
“ “ .................8,000
“ $1,000 each.....
“ 500 each.....10,C
“ 100 each.....10,c
“ 50 each.....10,C
“ 20 each.....14.1
“ 10 each......5,c
“ 5 each......
“ leach. ..50,1
52>914 Cash Gifts, amounting to $226,50
ONE CHANCE IN EVERY NINE
THE GORGES OF THE YO-SEMITE,
Two fine American pictures of American
scenes lor American homes.
M. CHICHET, Prop*.,
To canvass for the the GOLDEN AGE.
The inducements to subscribers are so
liberal that the work of obtaining sub-
scriptions is easy. Liberal cash pav. | ", r~...... .7 - -
Send for circulars containing full partial-, an^ house in thc c,t-v-
The table is furnished with the best in
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Trices will be found as reasonable as
THE GOLDEN AGE,
41 Park Row, New York City.
GOOD SLEEPING ROOMS
furnished on application. fch it-*'
. TKAAS Si PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Close connections at Sherman with
trails north and south on Texas Central
Railway, and at Brookston with El Pas^
Stage Co.’s daily line of Concord coaches
for Paris, Clarksville and Texarkana, the
junction of Cairo & Fulton and Texas
& Pacific railways.
PASSENGER TIME TABLE.
GOING EAST :
Leave Sherman at 10 :iq a. m.; Choc-
taw. 10:45; Savoy, U 70; Bonham. 12:15
p. in.; Dodds City, 12:45; Honey Grove,
1125; arriving at Brookston at 2 :2(>.
Leave Brookston at i2:yop. m.; Honey
Grove 1125; Dodds City, 2 105; Bonham,
2 45 ; Savoy, 3 120; Choctaw, 3 58; arriv-
ing at Sherman at 4 -30.
The distribution will he in public, and^
will be made under the same form ami
regulations as the San Fraicisio »n<J
Louisville Library t»iff Concerts, undti
the supervision of a committee of prom]
inent citizens selected by the ticket
Reference as to the integrity- of this en!
lerprise and of the management is mad/
to the following well known citizens :
Sam L. Tibhnls, A. Toponce. J. Malstl
and J. 11. Gerrish—Member of the Ci|
Judge T. J. Black, Ass’t U. S. Assessor!
Mulsh & Greenwald, Proprietors Metro!
politan Hotel; Eugene Moore. Citv Mar|
shal; W. W. Hull, Architect; J. Kehoe
Constable; J. Kupfer, Jeweler: CaptkS|
Howe. Contractor; O. 1>. Richmond j
Co., Commission Merchants; M. E.
Campbell, Proprietor Central Hotel; Sins
gleton & Creath. Proprietors Pacific Sta]
bles; S. P. Hitch, Merchant. Sandy]
Utah ; A. G. Garrison. Helena, Montana]
We will also announce that each
very person buying a ticket can at any
and all times examine our books and aft1
business transactions connected with the!
enterprise; and as the drawing of pn_esl
will be placed in the hands of honest ar*|
disinterested men, it will insure a lair ai*"
Good and Responsible Agents Wanted, j
Liberal Commission Allowed.
8®**Monpy should be sent by cxprfls
or by draft or. any solvent bar.!:, by post-
office money order, or registered letter, at
our risk. For particulars, address
L. W.MORGAN, Malinger,
Lock Box 158, Corinne. Utah.
iy, at 25 cents a year. First number for^
1074 issued. A German edition ut
same price, JAMES VICK.
Rochester, N. Y.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 5, 1874, newspaper, April 5, 1874; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721320/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.