Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Friday, March 22, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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ALVAH HHAW Hi the authorized
a$*at at Whlterlght for the U sun i d.
I. ROSKXhTiKN to the authorized
•tent of the IImuld at Bellplain.
Candidates for eouuty offices are infor-
med that by mutual agreement ot the
Newspaper preeaot the countv, $7.80 will
be charged for the annouiiceiuent of each
name for office, by each paper in the
county. Instead of $10 as heretofore. Inva-
riably in advance and no deviation from
the rule, T. .1. Crooks.
J. M. Msktin,
U. C Murksv.
fk$ f*ople ot Deofeon are a proud
•plo. PaHfoalaris are they promt
ofUenieoB'a eooaara*. They are
prood ot her commercial promi-
nenoe; prood of her railroad conneo-
lions; proad of her pablio aubools;
prood of her mills, of her oompress;
proud ot her oommeroial emporiums
and her pnneoly baeineea establish-
meata. But ot oao thing in particu-
lar is Denison prood ot and that is
the mammoth jewelry establishment
of M. Goldsoll ft Co.
Measra. Goldsoll ft Co. were among
tbe first to embark in business,
opening out with a large stock of jew-
elry, dry-goods, do. Immediately
alter Mr. Joe Lina look charge of tbe
jewelry department, and it has re-
mained under bis personal manage-
ment since. The great secret of
the success oi this establishment may
be attributed to the policy oi
handling nothing but first-class
goods. Being a practical jeweler
Mr. Linz has been able to recom-
LOCAL SIIOJtT STOPS.
The “Boss" spring style
goods at Uanna’s the tailor.
Streeper is selling five pounds oi
coffee for $1. 3
Sherburne still ahead. Side walk
crovored with new boots and shoes.
P. F. Foley, the
is at Hanna’s.
cutter in cloth
Lnglish Toe hand-made shoes jus*
come in at Sherburne’s. 3 10 tf
Mackerel at Boston prices at Guis-
man ft Co’s-
Bargams in real estate at Mont-
gomery ft Seott’a offieo. 3-7 tf
The Budwelser lager beer is all
tho rage. Get it at J. J. Collin*.
For fresh and good groeorios go to
Streeper, next door to the Post
office. 3 5 tf
Piece goods in endless varieties at
M.Goldsall ft Co’s just received. 3-15
Don’t fail to see the beautiful dis-
play of toilet goods at Hanna’s
drug store. 3 6tl
Just received a largo invoice of
ladies, misses and children’s shoes,
at the Star store. 3 15if
The largest stock of cigars in
Jloflh Texas at the Kentucky whis-
ky depot. 2-3-tf
Streeper has just received a fine
stock of cutlery of all kinds. Call
and examine while now. 3-8-tf
Tho finest tripple-plato French
hand mirrors, at Hanna's drug
•tore. 3 gtf
A largo lot of Meerschaum cigar,
cigarette holders and pipes received
at Louis Lcbrecht’s. 3 lltf
Dexter says that W. M. Hanna ft
Co.,have the best hair brushes in
town. 3 10 ti
A large lot of Meerschaum cigar,
eigarretle holders and pipes receiv-
ed at Louis Lebrechi’s. 3 lltf
Wanted 5000 attendants to exam-
ine the immense stock of fine shoes
at Sherburne’s. Beautiful as a but-
terfly. 3 10 if
Justrecoived a large invoice of la-
dies, misses and children’s shoes, at
tbe Star store. 3 15tf
Smoking is not a
you ean purchase a
f r five cents.
Dont fail to call and oxaminc the
new stylos of dress goods at the
3 20 3t FLAG STORE-
The best summer drink in the
market is the Budweiser lagor beer,
at J. J. Collins’s. 3 20 1w
mend his goods with perfect safety.
In this he was supported by the pro-
prietors who never failed to fill their
ample show cases and shelving with
the very best. So zoalous energe-
tic and uniformly reliable has Mr.
Linz been in the management of this
department that he is closely inden-
tified with its success. Becentlv this
establishment prepared tor the an-
nual trade of tbe stock men, winch
will open soon. Tho stock of gold
watches and chain-*, in which stock
men take such pride, embraces tbe
very best manufactured. After this
trade Mr. Linz, under the instruc-
tions of Mr. Goldsoll, will probably
go East, to make selections for tho
lull and winter.
Tbe dry goods department
baa not been less successful
than the jewelry. Mr. Emil
Jacobs has had charge of this
department from tbe first and to his
personal energy and business tact is
largely due its success. Mr. Jacobs
is now in New York uiuking pur-
eliasos. New goods are arriving
daily. There is no one oi Denison’s
establishments in which our pooplo
tcel a grentor pride than that of M.
Goldsoll ft Co.
W • palatable m4 wfraahiaf
IlmrtptalMi which aay whan
thia paragraph is dtaigned to reach
will aol deny. The only difficulty
that haa aver pretested itself in oon-
aeelion with the beer qaeelioa ia ef-
ficaciona means of keeping it freeh.
Thia difficulty baa disappeared be-
fore tbe -march of progress and a
Yankee baa taught the German bow
to keep his favoaite beverage fresh.
Tbe Pride Air Pressure faucet does
the work on aeientiAo princi-
ple. By the aid of this meri-
torious idvention any effervescent
liquid ean be kept fresh and heulth-
ful for weeks after the package baa
Mr. I. Yeidol has one of these fau-
cets in operation at bis sample-room,
and explained iia workings to the
scientific young man of the great and
good Herald. Tbe votaries of Gam-
brinua will be much elated to know
that there is a place in Denison
where fresh beer can always be had
Mr. Yeidel also has a supply of fine
liquors and wines, and ia willing to
affirm before tbe grand jury that his
five cent cigar* are the beat this aide
of the Island of Cuba. 3 22-l.n
The Non-Explosive Head-light
Oil, 1758 fire-test can bo had at
tiaisman ft Co’s. It is almost ordor-
less, burns brighter and longer and
is safer than any oil in use:
Jim Haguewood left yesterday lor
for Hot Springs.
Howard Polk was the porter on
the train that was rocently robbed
at Hutchins. As he played a con-
spicuous part, and his name baa not
been mentioned in the papers, he
ihinks a great injustice has been
done. Howard’s conduct on the oc.
casion is highly praised by tho rail-
road men. no was one of tho first
to procuro fire arms and exchanged
several shots with tho robbers, and
thinks bo was instrumental in put-
ting them to flight.
Flour-pots can be had at Gaisman
A tramp was in the city this
morning who said he had walked on
foot from Quincy, III., to Texas. Ho
had a neatly dressed little boy with
him whom he said was his son. Un-
der tho circumstances (hero is some-
thing suspicious about his case, and
it would not amiss for the officers to
keep an eyo on him.
Mi*. Clarkson, of Paxton, III.,
sister of C. A.Cunningbam ia in tho
city with Mr. ft Hra. C. tho gueate
ei Mr. aod Mr*. Thomas Hoffman.
Dr. Crnna returned to-day from a
professional visit South.
Wo nndentand that Bishop Gar-
rett will be requested to deliver a
sermon 00 the subject of hell, Son
day evening. We have no doubt of
the Bishop’s ability to handle tbe
subject 10 a masterly manor.
Joe Beer, our jolly Joe, returned
from tbe South to-day fully rastored
to health. He 11 at bis old place, at
L. Eppstein, of Eppstein Bro’s. ft
Co., Sherman, is in the city.
Mrs. C. R. Tibbs and Mrs. Har-
per left yesterday for the North on
a visit to friends.
W. B. Boss returned from tbe
T. R. Edison, N. Y.j B. Gatewood,
Ennis; J. II. Crank, Richmond, Va.;
S. S. Williams, St. Lous; Ed. S.Rich-
ardson, Dallas, are registered at tbe
Prof. Do Honne, a one legged
tight-rope performer is expected in
tbe city in a day or so. If he don’t
“ pan out” better than the two leg-
ged fraud who was hero not long
since, he had better stay away.
The Liborals, or what are known
as free-thinkers, contemplate form-
ing a society in this city. Thero is
a large element here and a society
of that kind can, wo have no xioubt,
bo mado a success.
Smoking is not
you can purchase
for five coots.
a luxury when
ft Silver Dollar
Anotbor batch of our citizens left
for Sherman this morning, having
been summoned to appear boforo the
grand jury. It appears that the
grand jury si determined to make a
thorough examination of our city
Gaisman ft Co. are ngents for the
King Baking Powder.
Smoking is not
you can purchase
for five cents.
When you hoar a man declare he
has stopped taking his local paper
you may make up your mind that he
is in arrears for subscription, or is
billious, or that ho never did take
the paper, and that tho town would
1iot sustain much loss it he vanished
entirely and left no trace behind.
Adam Hornbuck of the Grand
Southern is ut Hot Springs,
\V. U. Winn is expected home from
the buffalo range in a lew days.
E. R. Tucker, of Dallas, was in
the city to-day, prospecting for bus-
J. W. Pecor visile J Sherman yes-
terday to tell the grand jury what be
The fence enclosing tho grounds
of the Society Yorwaerta was fin-
Smoking is not a luxury when
you can purchase a Silver Dollar
for five cents. 3 21 tf
Don’t forgot the Sunday Herald.
As usual a very largo edition will be
issued. At one dollar a year tbe
Sunday Herald is willtin the reach
of ail, and it is becoming a great fa-
vorite with tho ia.mors. Subscrip-
tions at 0 coming in lively. It is the
best advertising medium iu tbe city,
F. L. Nicholson has rented the
photograph gallery on Rusk avenue
formerly occupied by George Per-
kin*. Mr. Nicholson iN a first-class
artist. The Sherman Register pays
him tho compliment of being one of
the best that has ever been in that
Everything in the grocery line at
Gaismau ft Co's.
Wanted—By a young man; a nice-
ly furnished room in private family.
Apply at Herald office. 3 22 It
goods his merchant tailoring e*-
tablisbment. Ht baa bad year* of
make, fit and good*.
Another car load of sheep arrived
from the North this evening, boond
August Duluard will be open
business in merchant tailoring
and noateat fit.
J. W. Peake, representing Hoff-
man Bros. St. Louis, favored
sanctum with a visit last night.
Punch, brothers, punch with care,
A one cent clip for a larger baire,
A two cent nip tor a whisky squuire.
Punch, brothers, punch with care,
Punch In the presence of thecustomiiire-
Wanted—A good room, pleasantly
located, suitable for two single gon-
tlemen. Roferencc required and
given. Apply at Herald office
immediately. 3 22-1 w
Remember that the St. Louis mer-
chant tailor, cutter and fittor,August
Duluard will open Monday at 113
Main street with a full line of the
latest stylos and best piece goods
All work warranted and satisfaction
guaranteed, * 3 22 2t
Dissolution of Copartnership.
Tbe firm of Bennett ft Co. is Ibis
day dissolved by mutual consont, W.
M. Bennett retiring. W.F. Bennett
paying all indebtedness of said firm.
W. M. Bennett,
W. F. Bennett,
Denison, March 16,1878, 3 19 3t
8. P. Blackwell,
Ik* White eewiDg moMm. Ii w
the $*«t aaafjUkctirod. *
Magnolia slipper* Juat tom# in at
Sherburne’*. $ 10 if
Prevent baldness by using W. U.
Hmmi* ft Co’* Exoelnor Bair
brushes. 8 10 if
Newport Ties for ladies, just the
thing for comfort at Sherburne’s
Shot store. 8 10 If
Ladies custom-made shoes, fully
warranted by Sam’l Star ft Co. Call
and see them. 2 25 tf
For a new style oi Ladies spring
bats, call at the
8 20 3t FLAG STORE.
fBprlng! Spring! Spring!
Has arrived and so bas Hanna’s
Spring styles in piece goods. 34 li
A lot of whits lead just received
at Aohesoo’s drug store, which will
be sold cheap for cash. *
Charles Lease, a druggist of 20
years’ experience, can bo found at
Acheson’s drug store. *
_ A largo lot of Meresthaura cigar,
cigarrSlto holders and pipes receiv-
ed at Louis Lebroht’e. 3 lltf
The new, perfect fitting corset at
• Goldsall’s is said to bo. the best in
the market. Oi corset-is. 8-15 tf
Another car load of Anheuser’a
bottled boor just recoived at the
Kentucky whisky depot. 2-6-tl
Tbe largest and best selected
stock of wines In north Texas at
tho Kentucky whisky depot 2 3-tf.
If you would wear tho latest styles
in Clothing, you must call at Han-
na’s and leave your meaBuro 3 4tf*
If you want tho finest old Bour-
bon whisky ever brought to this
market go to tho Kentucky whisky
A good slock of crockery and
glass waro and selling choaper
than yon can buy elsewhere at
Streeper’s. 3 5tf
Dr. Geo. Williams has a new sup-
ply of fresh and strictly reliable vac-
eino virus, call at his Drug Store
and bo vuccinatcd. 3 13-tf
$100 Reward for tho man who
lost hisappetite at Geo. H. Buckey’s
Globe Restaurant, eating one of his
twenty cent meals, at No. 106, Main
Street. 2 25 Ira
FA 8 HI Olf AU LJE
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113 Main Street,
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Fits Gurantecd !
PRICKS REASONABLE FOR CASB,
Full supply of Piece Qooda constantly
All styles garment* cut and made up on
SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 30th.
1 lie Musical Phenomenon of the Are,
renowned throughout tho world as the
Natural Pianoist Living.
At these performances, Blind Tom will
exhibit the marvelous gilt which has gain-
ed him world-wide eelebritv. and which
has both astonished and delighted the
greatest masters of music.
Tickets at the Post Office Book Store.
The Grand Plano used at this Concert
Is from the ware-rooms of Stciuway A
Sons, New York.
There is fine prospects for a di-
vorce suit between “That Husband
of Mine” and “That Wife 0! Mine’
at Hanna’s drug storo, and all be-
cause Charley Dexter interfered in
domestic affaire. 3 6it
B. F. Chambers has openod a fruit
and lunch stand 011 Main street, near
Mr. Burke, from Caddo, I. T., ar-
rived here this morning with eigh-
teen bales of cotton.
Tbe News calls the attention of
the public to the case of a Mrs. White,
who has two children which she
would like to have some person
adopt. Last spring this woman's
husband was sent to the penitentia-
ry for horse stealing; since then she
has lead a disreputable life and baa
made no effort to earn an honest liv-
ing. It would heagreat blessing in-
deed if the children were placed be-
yond tho influence of this woman
who has disgraced tho sacred name
Cleaner and dyer, of all kinds of
clolhing. may be found at his place
of business, next door west of
Ghoon’s old livery stable on Main
slroot. Work left with bun will re-
ceive prompt attention. 3 12 lm
Fine Pocket Cutlery.
Messrs. W. M. Hanna ft Co. have
received a completo assortment of
fine pocket knives and razors.
These articles are all first-class and
well worth an oxnmination. 3 lOlf
“That wife of Mine” and “that
husband ot mine” aro at Hanna’s
drugstore. Call and see them if
you would bo happy. 3 6 tf
Just Received at
PAMPER B K 0.8
C. R. Euper has ordered from Bos-
ton one of tho most magnificent .So-
da-water fountains cvcre seeu in this
section of the State. Tho cost of
the fountain is something over five
hundred dollars, fie is determined
that every body shall koep cool this
Forty passengers for the south
and twenty for Denison arrived on
M. K. ft T. No. 1 to-day.
Scribner for April is on our table
and it is u royal number. Got it from
your bookseller. Price 35 cents.
A party of gentlemen from New
Orleans en route for the buffalo
range will arrive here in a tow days.
Hanna A Co. hare the celebrated I The ,ar«e8t. #u,dient* tha 1. ever
Electric Razor, warranted
better eatiMaetion than
over offered 1*1 thia oily,
M. Goldsoll A -Co., have jnst re-
ceived a new and perfect-fitting cor-
set to which they invite tbe atten
assembled iu the Dallas Opera house
assembled last night to hear Blind
A d. and d. was arraigned this
morning beforo the Mayor and con-
Silver Dollars at Louis Lebrccht’s
Twenty for one dollar. 3-21 -3t
A goodly number of the “bone and
sinew” of Shorman, “the tax pay-
ers,” are up in arms against tbe
proposition to build water works,
and they are expressing themselves
pointedly and emphatically.
Stroepor has the best and cheap
est teas in town. 3 dll
Fresh Dates at Gaisman ft Co’s.
Charles H. Foster, the world-io-
nowned medium, writes to a gentle-
man in this city that ho may visit
Texas, and that if ho does he will
give Denison a tall.
tion of the Herald lady readers.3 15tf j signed to the lender metcies olCapt. j The spring has come and gentle
Annie gets tbe Budweiser beer at
Collins’ _ 8 20 lw
Billy Campbell, who bas been
While neither the Czar of Russia BudlonK’ ___
or the Sultan ot Turkey trade with j Read tho advertisement of August
Dr. Feild, the people of Grayson Du|uard merchant tailor in another
eonnty have found to trade with him , ’ . .,,, , , , .
is to get the best and purest medi ! colomn’ U* Wl11 be read’r ,or bu8‘-
(inos tor the icaet money. 3 8 tf jll0M Monday.
Gaisman ft Co. are selling a great; Remember the Denison dairy
many plants and flower aeed. You : when you want pnre sweet or but-
need net come early as they have 1 termlik of freeh batter. Watch for
plenty on hand, but if yon want a C. D. Reaeor.
choice yoo must not delay many
week*— verb sap.
Jnat received at Bennett’s a lot of
neok ties, collar* of all styles, hats,.
rap* and clothing that will be sold
cheeper than ever and we don’t in
land to be undersold in any artiole
in oar line so call and 6«c fur your-
Gaisman ft Co. report a healthy
trade in every branch of the grocery
business. They deserve success be-
cause they strive for it.
I. Yeidel celebrated hi* thirty-
seventh birthday to-day. The Haa-
ALo wiahes him tbirty acren more
confined to bia bed with an attack
of rheumatism tor the past fortnight,
will be uble to be out again In a few
Gon. Cooper arrivod in the city
3 2i(fi this morning from Fort Wasbitaw,
' I. T. During the war tbe General
commanded the Indian Department
of tbe Confederate .Stale’s army.
It ia estimated dial over five hun-
dred shade tree* have been set out
in our city during the past five
Tho H. ft T. C. pay car is expect-
S JPtl just n» happy Mini promising *1 this. *J to-morrow.
'J he local freight offieo of tho H.
ft T. C. is to be moved from the old
building on the east side of the
track where it lias been heretofore,
to the Union depot building, arid
will occupy the rooms on tlie south-
east. Men weteat work to-day hoist-
ing tho heavy safe up-stairs. Tho
new office will bo much more acces-
suble than tho former one, and will
save those having business with the
Central freight depot the necessity
of crossing a dozen tracks and as
many- chancos of being run over.—
Wo congratulate Mr. O’Maley 011 his
change of quarlora.
Italian Thread Lace,
and a nice selected stock of embroid-
ery. 3 20 3t
.Smoking is not a
you can purchase
for five cents.
a Silver Dollar
3 21 if
A large invoice of Ladies, Misses
and Childrens hose received at
’ 3 20 3t CASPER BROS.
Wo direct attention to tbe curd
from E. Anhcuser’s brewing associ-
ation, St. Louis. This shows that
the Mosers. Eppstein Bros., of the
Kentucky whisky depot aro sole
agents in those parts for this popu-
lar bottled beer. 2 3-tf
Great reduction in prices ot jew-
elry and watches! Now is tho time
to buy—at Woodyard’s:
Genuine American watches..$o 00 to $100
Genuine silver eases
Gold sleeve buttons
Gold guard chains
Gold vest chains.....
Gold collar buttons...............73c to 2.30c
Silverware, clocks,and everything
in tho jewelry lino equally low.
Every article guaranteed as repro-
J. I). Woodyard.
More effective and more complete, and
more readily adapted to the various me-
chanical and agriculture uses than anr
other In the market Practical improve-
ments, accumulated from 20 years’ mann-
facturlng experience, with reputatlou
maintained, and success established.
Seed for circulars, descriptive, and con-
tabling testimonials concerning nnr l’OR-
TABI.E. STATIONARY and AGRICUL-
TURAL STEAM ENGfNilK.
WOOD. TABER & MORSE.
Eaton, .MadIson Co., N. Y.
Dr. Geo. W. Williams,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
ID IR, Y7 O S
T OJLET GO O D S ,
Glass, Faints, Oils,
YAKNINIIEN AND PUTTY.
(bill and examine Ids Stock and Prim
before purchasing elsewhere. 3 13tf.
....... 6.0(1 to
........ 2 00 to
W. M. HANNA & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
St. Louis, Nov. 15, 1878
Wo hereby givo notice to the pub-
lic in general, that Messrs. Eppstein
Bros., of Denison, aro tbe onlv au-
thorized agents for our Bottled Boor
for tbe city of Denison. Wo high-
ly recommend the above named firm
to the patronage of the public.
E. Anhkuskr ft Co’s. Brewing As-
House for Rent.
On Woodard street, opposite school
house, contains four rooms. For par-
ticulars apply on premises. 3 18-liv
Cleaning and Hying.
Mr. C. Alligen, a practical dyer
of long experience, has permanent-
ly locuted in Iionison on Austin av-
enue, next door to Uhlig’s shoo
| shop. Mr, Alligen is prepared to
clean, scour and dye clothing and
woolen or silk fabrics of every de-
scription. Dying of ladios fine dross
goods a specialty. 2 20 lm
STILL THEY COME.
Wanted—A few more men can
find steady employment watching
the masons at work on the Muller
Louis Lobrocht received this day
again a box of cigars amongst them
four new brands. W'o shall give
natito and particulars to-mor-
Mothers, Mothers, Mothers.
Don’t fail to procure Mrs. Wins-
113 Main street
Wr Prescription clerk sleeps in the store,
Flour and. Salt.
Isconstantly receiving fresh supplies of
choice groceries, and selling cheap.
Prof. Philip Laurence, who has
been engaged in tho work ol instruc- 1
tion in elocution for a number ol
years in Philadelphia, wus in the
city to-day eu route for .San Anton-
io. He was at one lime connected
with Vassal- college, at Trenton, N.
J. He is the author of a number of
works on elocution which have tak-
en their place among the best man-
uals of the kind in the world. Prof.
Laurence is also a contributor to
tbe Philadelphia press, and will un-
doubtedly say something about the
“Infant Wonder," which ho paid tbe
compliment of being ono of the
handsomest cities that ho had seen
eittce he left his eastern homo.
If you want a neat and nice fitting
suit, of good material, at reasonable
prices go to August Duluard, the
merebant tailor at 113 Main street.
Will open Moaday. Call and ece
his bos'itilitl p*ice goods. 3 22 2t
Horseradish in hulk,
Pickles of every kind,
Celery pi klo,
Olives in oil,
Olives in vinegar,
Chow-chow in hulk,
at Gaisman Co’s.
Hanna's spring goods bavo ar-
rived. Call early and order quick-
ly. 3 4 tf
CLUBS ! CLUBS! CLUBS!
Tho Herald management has com-
pleted arrangements for clubbing the
Sunday IJf.uai.p with any or all ol
the first-class publications of tbe day.
The Sunday Herald will be furnish-
ed at the astonishing low price ot
one dollar per annum. By clubbing
with another publication,quite a dis-
count will be allowod. For particu-
lars enquire at the counting room of
the Daily HatuLn.
low’* Soothing Syrup for all diseas-
es of teething in children. It re-
lieves tho child from pain, cures
wind colic, regulates the bowels,and,
by giving relief and health to the
child, gives rest to tho mother.
3 10 d ft w ly
WANTED TO RENT—Two furnished
W. J. BlIDD. Proprietor.
(Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,)
Northeast corner of Morgan street and
Austin avenue, and convenient to the
UNION DEPOT AND
M.,K. it T. STOCK YARDS.
Comfort in every respect guaranteed,
and prices very reasonable.- 3 12 tf
first floor rooms—suitable for a family or
single gentlemen—back and front en-
trance. i’lcasant location. Apply to Mrs.
M. J. Legate. 2 22 I in
OOAHD—Sirs, Rhea on Gandy street
.Dbetween Houston and Austin avenue.
BOOT & SHOE
can accommodate four or live gentlemen
with first-class board, with er without
W l’ 4 1 1 •* •- sleeping
ff rooms, good tied* and superior ao-
Cant be bent—All work warranted.
cominodntions Apply at the Mouth-west
corner of Main street and Burnett avenue,
MX)MS with BOARD.—Furnished or
kuiifitrnlshed roomc with or without
Doard,can be procured at the residence ot
Mrs.LegH’e on Gandv-st., near Husk-uve.
Alew day boarders ean be accommonatcd.
The board will in the luturc as In the
past be first-class. The rooms arc large,
pleasantly situated and handsomely fur-
nished. Location most desirable ot any
In the city.
900 MAIN STREET,
DENISON, - - TEXAS
JOE. QUIXX, Proper.
HANNA. OWENS ft CO.
"I Tcan make make money faster at work
\J for us than at anything else. I'apiial
not icqutrred; we will start you. $12 per
day at home made by the Industrious.
Men, women,boys and girls wantedevery-
where to work lor its. Now is the time.
Costly outfit and ter:n« free. Adder'! True 1
ft * ".. Augu-tn, Maine.
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Burson, J. W. Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Friday, March 22, 1878, newspaper, March 22, 1878; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722521/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.