Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 186, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 30, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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MENAGERIE, MUSEUM, AQUARIUM, GRECIAN CIRCUS AND
r^-T?. A ~KT-r> ROM-A-IT HIPPODROME.
JAS. A. BAILEY & CO., - - Proprietors.
THE KING OF THE
Will arrive in Denison on
THREE SPECIAL TRAINS of SIXTY-SIX CARSJ
And will then begin its _
G-Hi-A-UNTiD OVEBLAUD TOTJB|
Trareliu siclusively in its own Conveyances, repiril
IN) H N IY ;> I I'M
Main Street, Denison, Texas.
HENRY RATTCLIFFF., Proprietor, i
Fat beef, pork and mutton always on
sale. The proprietors propose to keep
nothing but first-class meat.
Aug. 20 tt 4
. ......... ......- oowtyi ■ ■—■ —■ —■ — ■ —
Hunter, Evans & Co.,
For the sale of
To thansport'it irom
PLACE TO PLACE
\& -= X -
A WORLD’S FAIR cn Wleels
NOTHNIG LIKE IT HVEli
SEEN IN THE SOUTHWEST. K'U
Exhibiting under a
errr of tents.
A GRAM MENAGERIE
of 500 LIVING WILD
A MUSEUM of RARE
AN AQUARIUM of DEEP
BEST CIRCUS TROUPE
on the American Continent.
TWO SEPARATE AND
2 BRILLIANT CIRCUS
at each Exhibition '
The Lady witli Jaws of Iron
who among a Host of Feats
equally as marvelous
LIFTS, WITH her TEETH t&L.
ALONE. A HOGSHEAD Mm
FILLED with WATER.
JSSB tel§f p mw m
Africa ».„1 Asia. SOYAI. jjM
TIGERS from Bengal, TA- \ V ^
PIRS troin South America, L. '**-
a-jj * Js rTViF
; | hSi ' ■ '-Mik
AFRICAN and ASIATIC
LIONS, Brazilian TIGERS
and JAGUARS, LEOP-
ARDS from Senegal, Java-
nese TIGERS, AFRICAN
AARD WOLF, BACTRI-
AN CAMELS, AFRICAN
WART HOGS. EGYP-
COUGARS and PUMAS of
North and South America,
MONKEYS, APES and
BABOONS, in Great Vari-
t v, BIRDS From Every
v-* ES. EMUES, CASSOWA-
/ KIES, GOLD and SILVER
Wfm;:pw‘;Sy pheasants, macaws,
&/"> COCKATOOS, KING LO-
TUS, PARROTS, PARA-
DISE BIRDS, WHITE
OWLS. KING VULTURES
2 Miles of Glitter & telly
Will daily take place on the
morning of the Exhibition,
FREE TO ALL,
Introducing Living Lions,
Tigers, and Leopards loose
in the streets. Elephants,
Camels, Droves ot Shetland
, PonieS) KniSrllts alui L:itlies
Cages, Vans and Chariots.
The whole headed by the
k Elegant Band Carriage, con-
.....^ taining Chas. Kauffman’s
-46Li&;'twM Opera Brass Band in gor-
rhft entire Retinue forming ;1 Display of Novelty and Splendor, well worth
50 MILES OF TRAYEL TO SZEZE3.
EXHIBITIONS AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Doors open at 1 and 6: 30 p. m.
\ Re,’lDrmaiK‘e to coinnienee one hour later.
| Admission, $1 00 Chrldren under 9 years 50 cents
(5J — m.n-OM/u, T
i ^ne Ticket admits to Menagerie, Museum, Aquarium and
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL
Will also Exhibit in Whitesboro, Tues. Out. 13: At Gaines-
ville, Wed. Oct, II: AtPilot Point, Thurs. Oct. 13: At Den-
ton, Fri. Oct. 16.
DENISON, Monday October 12th.
iy|lL\VAUKEE BEER HALL,
JNO. G. GNASE, Proprietor.
RIGGS & HALL, PROPRIETORS,
.... , . .... . . . . 1 DENISON, TEXAS.
Inc best Wines, Liquors and cigars
KELLY ISLAND CATAWBA, Just received at this popular resort, a
. nice stock of Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
alw ays on sale. Hie Hall is supplied :ind Cigars. Also another supply of that
with a choice
ROBINSON COUNTY WHISKY.
npiIE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS
1 CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. M. CASPER, & CO., Pko’rr s.
Main street, opposite Star Store,
DENISON, - - TEXAS.
PAREPA TABLE and FINE PIANO
for the cut Tfninment of patrons.
Mainstreet, south »ide.
St. Louis Beer drawn through thirty
feet of pipe packed in ice.
July ,50, tt'.
We kepp constantly on hand a com-
plete stock of Gents’ Clothing and Fur-
nishing Goods. Hats, Boots, Shoes, and
a full assortment of Drygoods.
Aug. 18, t-f.
PROF O. W. KEELER, Prop’r,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Tnis popular hotel is situated on the
corner of Sears and Austin streets, nod
convenient to the depot.
It is well furnished, and terms reason-
Terms. 82,00 per day.
Special rates given to regular boarders.
UE U LOVING,
JOE QUINN Proprietor,
Main Street, Opposite Siesfcld's,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
SKIDDY ST., Jl'ST ABOVE RUSK. ! CATTLE BUYERS AND SHIPPERS.
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Washing and ironing done on the most
liberal ‘r ns, and perfect satisfaction
tor you-; "g houses a,tut families.
This old and popular market has been
j fitted up in an improve! stvle, provided axb de.vi.ek in
smokbr^ smuts, we..
flies. The best meats ip the city always
Liberal cash advance* on cattle con- on hand, at prices to suit the times. Main street, north side,
.-igned to the house of Mill hull & Scaling, ! The highest market prices paid for cut-
St. Louis. tie, sheep and hogs. Mav 30-tl. : DENISON,.,..........TEXAS.
R. D. HUNTER, National Stock Yards,
East St Louis. 111.
A. G. EVANS, Kansas Stock Yards,
Kansas City, Mo.
W. II. DAY attends to all business in
CASH ADVANCED ON CONSIGN-
MENTS TO EITHER HOUSE.
If you want pure fresh drugs go to
Johnston’s new drug store, Main street,
next door to Merchants iSc Planter's Bank.
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN' AID OF THE
and a 1
FULL DRAWING ASSURED
MONDAY, 30th NOVEMBER, 187.4. *
IAST C MCE
An Easy Fortune!
A postponement of the Fifth Concert
of the Public Libraiy of Kentucky has
been so generally anticipated, and is so
manifestly for the interest of all con-
cerned, that it must meet the approval of
all. The day is now absolutely fixed and
there will be no variation from the pro-
gramme now announced. A sufficient
number of tickets had been sold to have
enabled us to have had a large drawing
on the 31st July, but a short postpone-
ment was eonsideied preferable to a par-
tial drawing. Let it be borne in mind
THE FIFTH GIFT CONCERT, <
IS THE LAST WHICH WILL EVER
BE GIVEN UNDER THIS CHARTER
AND BY THE PRESENT MANAGE-
That it will positively and unequivocally
take ;ilace as announced on
MONDAY 30th NOVEMBER,
that the music will be the best the conn- ^
try affords, and that
830,000 CASH GIFTS
will lie distributed among the ticket-
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gift..........$250,000
“ •* “ “........... 100,000
“ “ “ “........... 75,000
•* “ *• “.... ...... 50.000
“ “ “ “........... 25,000
5 Cash Giftt, 820,000 each.... 100,000
10 “ “ 14,000 “ .... 140,000
15 “ “ 10,ocx) “ .... 150,000
20 “ “ 5,000 “ .... 100,000
“ “ 4,cxx) “ .... 100,000
3c “ “ 3,000 “ .... 90,000
50 “ “ 2,000 “ .... 100,00) ,
100 “ “ 1,000 “ 100,000
^40 “ “ 5(X3 “ .... 120,000
500 “ “ no “ .... 50.000
ry.ooo “ “ 50 “ ---- 950,000
Grand Total, 20,000 Gif's, all
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole Tickets................ $50 00
Halves....................... ?J 00
Tenth, or each Coupon........ 5 00
11 Whole tickets lor........... 500 00
22! Tickets for................. 1,000 cx>
Persons wishing to invest, should or-
der promptly, either of the home Office,
or our local Agents.
Liberal commission will be allowed to <
Circulars containing full particulars
faumishetl on application.
TllOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
j Agent and Manager,
P^polic Library Building,Louisville, K'
Jckets in the Louisville lottery can be
ha# at Reher’s.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 186, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 30, 1874, newspaper, September 30, 1874; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721495/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.