Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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. A FORTUNE i%it dSra DOLLAR.
SECOND GRAND DISTRIBUTION BY THB
Texas Gift Concert Association,
-IN AlDiOF A-
MASONIC AND L. 0. a F. TEMPLE.
■\X7"ed.nesday September 22, 1©75-
During the Concert $25(1000 00 will be Distributed: among the Ticket
LIST OP GIFTS.
i Grand Cash Gift.......
Gf-lffcs Ararisi to Whole or $5 Tickets. I
......$50,om oa I
.......r "2,500 00
......... y.5JJ oj |
..........>,000 oo |
... ..,.'.6,500 0)
......... 750 00
....... 5,000 00
....... 7,50a 00
....... 7,500 00
....... 3,000 00 i
loC-ish (,k6, 6 ; xi 00 each,
oo “ “ 75 00 each.
30 “ “ 350 oo each.
3,0 “ 11 coo 00 eacli.
5, “ “ 150 00 each.
51 “ “ 100 00 each.
135 “ “ 50 00 each.
Sifts Awarded to $1 or Csapaa Tickets
5 Coupons, :?io,o\vo3 each..«
; «* S.fihV) oo ** ...
-Vo..,;) “ .
i, V IJ *' .
!. ut) “ .
i,s..n 00 “ .
1,700 JO “ .
1,600 00 each,
1,500 00 “
1,400 00 “
1,300 00 “
1,200 00 “
1,100 00 “
1,000 00 *•
yoo 00 “
Soo 00 “
70.) 00 11
Coo 00 “
500 00 11
’400 oa “
300 00 “
200 00 “
150 00 “
;00,00 ■ ‘
75 oo “
50 00 “
40 00 “
30 bb “
20 co 11
to 00 “
.... io,boo 00
.... . J.boo 00
.... $,000 00
.... 7.500 00
.... 7,000 00
.... 6,500 00
.... 0,000 00
,... 5,50-0 00
,... 5.000 00
.... 4,500 CO
.... 4,000 00
.... 3.500 00
.. .. J,000 00
.... 2,500 00
.... 2,000 00
.. • • I,500 00
,... !,000 00
.... 750 00
.... 5,000 00
.... 7,500 00
.... 5,000 00
.... 6,000 00
.... 7,500 on
... 5,000 00
023 Grind Cash Gifts Amounting to $250,000 00 1 3140 Coupon Gifts Amounting to - - #250,000 00
Tic’. c*s of admission to the Concert, Otic Dollar, which will entitle the holder
to one-fifth of such gifts as may be awarded to its number.
One Hundred Thousand Tickets numbered from 1 to 100,003,
T ■!.;!“ rue in lice coupons, and persons wishing to invest only one doll.r- can
do so, which will ent:t!e them to admission to the Concert, and to one-fifth of such
gift as tins he awarded to that number. Thus, parties holding one coupon of that
ticket which draws the capital gift of $50x00,00. will receive $10,000: two cou-
pons, $jo,0001 three coupons, $30,000; i'our coupons, .*540,000; five coupons, ora
Whole ticket, the full gift of $50.0.10. and so on to the smallest gilt.
JVU^JSTUSTEB, OF DISTEI3BTJTIOTT.
Ti'.v distribution will lie made by blindfolded children, trom two glass wheels,
die contents .>f whicn can be seen by ail present.. One wheel will contain 62S gifts
on printed slipsJn circular tubes, and the other tags with numbers on them corres-
pond::,. to those on the too,ooo tickets. Th e contents of both wheels are thorough-
ly miv.d In revolving. The child at the first wheel will take a number therefrom,
then !I . child at the seiond wheel will take a gift therefrom, and the gift thus drawn
will i ni . g to fiie number drawn immediately before it. Thus this process will con*
tinn ■ unt.i gilts and numbers are drawn. An official registry of the gifts, as drawn,
will lie ut by two of the most accurate clerks that can l>o secured.
Tickets arc good to the Holders and Buyers need not thoreforc bo
known unless they so choose.
HOW TO REMIT TO US.
Mon ;v should be sent to us b\ Draft, PostoJlke Money Ord r or Registered T.ot-
ter, or amounts over $5 may be sent l>v express, and all orders will be promptly
filled. In writing 1m; sure and sign your Name, Town, County and State in full.
(iovd and Responsible Persons wanted to work for tire Interest of this Associa-
Z-iiosral CommissionG billowed.
Address ill communications to
A T.PHEUS it. COLLINS, Secretary,
/^LAMO HOT hi,,
I. G. TAYLOR Si CO. Proprietors,
Main treet, near the Depot,
J.V K GALLAGHER, JOHN MALONEY,
n! El. Sir.till of I't Sill.
/ 'HAWFORD STREK
GALLAGHER & MALONEY. Plop's
F ed fur::!-bed, and horses boarded on
A gr veil of water and a large wagor
yard for the :;<e of patrons.
0 B. BERRY, M. I>.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
J>\LACE BEER HALL.
LOUIS LIBBIE .V Co.,
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft
South side Main street, Denison, Texas
Q W. WALTERS
Corner of Main and Rusk streets,
Ole: Live Drug Store,
R j. DALZEL ALEXANDER,
r\ GraJaa*,; of the University of the City
of New Y'ork,
Practice*. ‘.he various brand e- of his
MEDICINE, SURGERY', and OBSTET-
Changes moderate. A libernl patron-
age solicited and satisfaction guaran
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PRECINCT NO. 5,
EX-OFFICIO NOTARY PUBLIC.
Acknowledgments; taken and legulpa.
pers made out.
S; wii! ntion paid to Uterine and
Ope- "Ac Surgery, and the diseases 1
of fc generally. |
O* West Main “treet, north side, be-
ta • Hi. -k and Burnet avenue.
r.. ... 011 Woodard street, between
R.:-k Burnett avenue.
J. F. CUFF, ANTHONY CUFF.
351 Main street, above Burnet ave.,
DENISON, • - - TEXAS.
Stylish Carnages, good Horses an
Feed of all kinds kep* on sale.
May 5 tf.
Refer* ' v permission to Profs. Harr son
'•J' L. REBEK,
BOOK AND NEWS DEALER,
And a genera! assortment of
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS,
At the Postoifice,
DENISON, • - * TEXAS
W. B. BOSS,
LONE STAR MILLS
Constantly on hand, the following
brands of tlour:
CORN MEAL and BRAN.
UGIIEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Wishing to close out our stock of (arm
ing implements and machinery, I will
sell the same at a liberal discount for
cash. W. B. BOSS.
F. C.I. LEBERMANN.
‘ . ' ’ ' J
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
h.fO f •• *
"u • - .
WINE9, LRSyOttS, ahd TOBACCOS,
.. HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
t ■?: <j • Jo b •* i •
DENISON ant! DALLAS.
FRESH ORANGES AND LEMONS
Looking Glasses. Billiard Tables and
furniture, Tenpins., Bar Fixtures, etc., al-
ways on sale.
ONLY 75 CENTS A YEAR 1
The Watchman is a semi-monthly
journal, published at Honey Grove, Tex-
as. It is specially devoted to the cause
for which all true men are struggling—
Temperance. Its columns are filled with
choice original and selected literature,
miscellany, news, agriculture, etc., etc.
It will contain a useful directory of all
temperance lodges in the State, making
it a desirable visitor in the household ol
every temperance man and woman. Ev-
ery child should be trained to read it.
“Mabel,” a thrilling original temperance
story, is now being published. Send
stamp for specimen copy. Address,
W. A. LkSUEUR, Ed:tor.
Published liy W. O. Pickens and W.
May 20, ’75.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE
“TiieLeaaius American Newsjaper.'-’
The best Advertising Medium.
Daily. $10 a year; Send-Weekly, 83;
Weekly. $2. Postage free to tne Subscri-
ber. Specimen copies and advertising
rates free. Weekly, in clubs ot 30 or
more, only $1, postage paid. Address
The Tribune, N. Yr.
Ian. 12. dEw 1 yr.
ole; ler in
HOUSE FUHNISH1N0 GOODS,
of every description.
\ DVERTISING, Cheap, Good, Sys-
i\ tematic. All persons who contem-
plate making contracts with newspapers
for the insertion of advertisements, should
send 25 cents to Geo. P. Rowel! Si Co..
41’Paik Row, New Y'ork, lor their PAM-
PHLET-BOOK (ninety-seventh edition),
containing lists of ovei 2000 newspapers
and estimates, showing the coit. Atlvei-
tisements taken for leading papers in
many States at a tremendous reduction
from publishers' rates. Get the Book.
Jan. 12, d&w 1 yr.
No. 314 Main street,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
The highest price paid for country pro-
Corner of Main street and Austin ave-
$5 to $:o TER DAY. Agents wanted.
All classes of working people of both
sexes, voung and old, make more money
at work for us, in their own localities,
during their spare moments, or all the
time, than at any tiling else. We offer
employment that will pay handsomely
r every hour’s work. Full particulars,
rms, etc., sent free. Send us your ad-
dress at once. Don’t delay. Now is the
time. Don't look for work or business
elsewhere, until you have learned what
we offer. G. Stinson St Co., Portland,
Jan, 12, d.Xw 1 yr.
Hr. J. Wftlker’s California Vin-
egar Bitters arc a purely Vegetable
preparation, made cliielly from the na-
tive herbs found on tlio lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor-
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use*
of Alcohol. The question is almost
daily asked, “What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bm
TEiisf” Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of diseaso, and the patient re-
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorate-
of tho system. Never eforo in tho
history of tho world has i> medicine bee .1
coniponmleil possessing the remarkab .
qualities of Viskoar Bitters in healing tho
sick of every disease man is heir to. Tlwy
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tome,
relieving Congestion <x Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties or *Ar.. walker's
TrxKGA a Bittkr* am A penent. Diaphoretic.
t'nriamatiTC, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Conntor-Irritant, Sudorific, Altera,
live, aud A lati-Bilious.
n. II. McDOXALT) CO..
PminrtsUi and C,en. Acts.. Aui I'Yimiisen. Culifornlfi,
ami V>r. <>f Wustiinelim amt .'lairlmn Sis.. N. V.
Sold lia all OrutfSitsto mxl Di-ttler**
Alabama Goll Life Iin Cffinjaa?
ASSETS NOV. 30, 1673. $b:n. 11-3.
This immensely popular and highly re-
sponsible Company offers its services to
the people of Texas. Us policies are 1:V
end. its rates cheap, and the divTlend to
policy hohiers exceedingly satistaetury.
I has ever charaeterineA its condirct in a
respects. Whoever wants insuvau .c
should seek the
ALA. GOLD LIFE INSURANCE O’
Gen. A. T. Hawthorn, Marshall, Tex-
as, General ‘Vyont for Texas, will be
pleased to have applications for agency.
Col. Geo. D. James is General Agent
for tlie Indian Territories—his address.
Cl IAS. BASKERVILL,
dec, j w r yr.
Particular attention paid to furnishing
hotels and boarding houses with
FURNITURE and BEDDING
at wholesale rales.
All kinds oi upholstery and repairing
work done. Mattresses made over and
carpets cleansed. Carpets made and put
COFFINS MADE TO ORDER.
All orders promptly attended to. and
the patronage of all respectfully solicited
Apr. 15, tf.
In Every County in the United States,
THEMOST PERFECT MADE.
’ttV m Av
G. RAN DELL,
ATTORNEY ;VT LWV,
DENISON, • • TEX/\S.
a: : Char .ellor, University of Virginia, jjudictarv District
Mr-.:; tf. i June 2 t-f.
Office over the postoffice, on Main *t.
Will practice in all the courts in the I2tb
Pfi-L-j^'.%T \ IE BEST in the World.
! I WONDERFUL Economy
40 lbs. more Bread to bbi.
Whiter, Lighter, Sweeter,
SAVES MILK, EGGS, Etc. Sell*every-
where like hot cakes. ^“Send lor cir-
cular to GEO. F. GANTZ, & CO.,
176 Duane Street,
nov ‘24, w i*y d 2-t w.
The Best and Cheapest in the Market.
Liberal commissions allowed. For
terms nnd circulars write immediately to
ST. LOUIS BIBLE PUBLISHING CO.,
305 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo.
July 14, tt.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
D. W. STONE,.
T. H, GUV.
STONE & GUY,
CANNED FRUIT. x
FLOUR, SA1 f,
HMiriiu aii Forwariiae Asents.
We are constantly receiving fresh sup-
plies of choice groceries, and selling
cheap, for cash.
^•“Liberal cash advances made^ on
cotton consigned to us.
NE THIRD IS SAVED ,>
in quantity by tlu-ir j» vSeot pnritv nr-.,
great strength; the only finds mnd’e by :\
practical Ghe #ist anil Physician, with
scicutiliecare to insure unifnrinitr, hcaltk-
I'ulncs--, delicacy and I'rwloni frnm all in-
jurious sulistsiices. They arc far superi.-t
to the common adulterated kinds. < Hitaiu
the gmuiino. Observe our Trade Mark.-
as above, "Cream" Raking Powder. "I land
and (.’ormicopia.” Buy the Baking Pow-
der only.in cans securely fabelled. M:0iy
have been deceived in kxisi or bulk Pirn'-
ier sold as Dr. Price’s.
Manufactured nnlv l»y
STEKllI A PRICE,
CV'i icayo. Si. I .out* and L'twin
A AJ VASf'ERS wanted for two su-
Xy/ll r perb works of Srmih art,
“Little Runaway and her Pets,” and the
pretty pair, “The Dinner and the Nap.’”
These pictures are worthy of a place in
costly homes and inexpensive enough for
the simplest Selling- rapidly, and take
on sight. We guarantee ready sales,
good profits, and quick return*. Any ac-
tive person who will take hold can make
a handsome income. Send for our best
teams at once. J. B. Ford & Co.,
174 Elm St;,.Cincinnati.
July 18, 12-t.
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1875, newspaper, August 4, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721643/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.