Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily News.
SATURDAY........MARCH 34. iS77-
The armistice between Turkey
and Montenegro lias been prolonged
until the 13th of April.
Mr. Clifton W. Tayleure......Manager.
The Chicago Typographical Union
has reduced prices of composition to
forty cents on morning, and thirty-
five on evening papers.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
Ladies’ Matinee Friday and Saturday
MARCH 23d and 24th.
First appearance here of the Brilliant
(mks. f s )
• COMBINATION 1-
And now we learn that Jim New-
comb has gone to Washington after
a postoffice. If Hayes consults the
wishes of the people Jim’s office will
not be selected in Texas.
Comprising a Famous Artiste, Henrietta
Chanfrau, identified with the highest
triumphs of art, equally esteemed for her
rare beauty and cultured grace; and the
Best Dramatic Company
outside of Boston and New York, togeth-
er with a new Emotional Ptav. approved
from Boston to New Or'ears, as
'•'The Hit of the Season."
J^ROVERS’ Si PLANTERS'
CAPITAL, - - - - $200,000,
HOTELS & RESTaOuaNi
BOOTS, SHOES, HA'U
C. R. TIBB
New and Complete Stock of
JAS. PORTKR, JOHN NEVINS, J. H. SLATER,
Pres. Vice Pres. Cash.
A Nashville dispatch says that ex-
Governor John C. Brown consulted
Governor Porter as to whether he
should accept a place on the Louis-
iana commission. Porter replied,
“Accept, by all means, for the good
of the people.”
Hon. R. G. Mills was tendered an
invitation to visit Dallas during the
coming festivities as the guest ot the
Stonewall Grey’s. Mr. Mills re-
plies thanking the commander for
the compliment, and promises to
comply with their request.
FRIDAY EYE., MARCH 23rd.
Fit st performance here of a new play °f
intense human interest, by Mr. Chi-
ton W. T ay leu re, entitled
There are only seventy practicing
lawyers in Austin, but theie ate
about one hundred gentlemen of the
profession living under the shadows
of the capitol. It is a somewhat
singular coincidence that about that 1
number of liquor licenses are
issued annually in Austin—-that is
one saloon for every lawyer.
“Grace Shirley, the devoted wife"—Mrs
F. S. Chanfiau.
Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock
Grand Ladies’ Matinee.
Saturday evening at 8 o’clock March 24th
Boncicoull’s Fashionable Comedy:
—and a powerful cast.—
In character, style and completeness,
this performance will vie witli the most
ambitious productions of the New York
General Admission $1.
Reserved seats $1.25.
Children under 10 years 50 cents._
Reserved seats at M. Goldsoll & Co.
SAMUEL HANNA, C. C. BINKLY,
JAMES PORTER, J. R- STEVENS,
John nevins, wm. hughes.
J. H. SLATER.
Main Street, - - Denison, Texas
Managed by MRS. J. H. FRANK,
Who will give the Culinary Department
her personal attention.
Does a genera! banking business.
Gold, Silver, and Exchange bought
Interests allowed on Time Deposits.
Drafts drawn on all the principal cities
of Europe. Oct. 6-tf.
The tables are furnished with all the
delicacies the market aftords. Cleanli-
ness the first consideration.
Convenient to the business portion ot
the city. Terms reasonable.
CHEAPEST and BEST IN TOWN.
m * •*. s'* ■
.•■'I i ,•$#*'•
JjMRST NATIONAL BANK,
Authorized Capital $500,000 00.
PETER FRIIS, Prop’r.,
Northwest corner ot Public Square,
GAINESVILLE - - TEXAS
Just opened and for sale at Lower Pi .
than the same Goods have ever be-
fore been sold at in this City.
If you wish 10 prove the truth of v
CALL AT 119 MAIN 5
Good beds and plenty to eat. We guar-
antee the very best the market ailords.
Nearly opposite Postoffke
p-DON’T FORGET i
Does a legitimate Banking business.
ME A T MARKE IS.
Special attention given to collections in
Missouri, K ansas and Texas.
TJROWN’S MEAT MARKET,
JOHN BROWN, - - - Proprietor,
Destitution is repotted as spread
ng rapidly throughout many por-
;ions of Germany. A deputy re-
;ently stated in Reichstt g, that ac-
tual famine was impending in the
Grant mountains, in Silesia, and it
has been deemed necessary in many
of the larger citie > and towns to ask
permission to comm mice large pub-
lic works to give employment to the
masses. Altogether the situa-
tion is distressing, and the tu-
Campbell’s old auction stand, opposite
S'GIIT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANL
CALL AND SEE US.
-yf ALLEY HOUSE,
I. FURBER, Frop’r.
South side Main street, neat Alamo,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
On principal cities ot the United States.
HI). PERRY, W. S. LOWE.
Oldest market in the city. Always
supplied with the nest and largest variety
of "meats. Fresh sausage kept on sale.
1 o-2 edit.
I ON SORIA L.
The Dallas Commercial says a
party of ladies and gentlemen from
Indiana, under the chapcronage of
Mr. John A. Myers, ot Irvington,
Indiana, will visit Texas on a grand
scientific exploring expedition, about
the first of July. We are anxious to
know what they are going to ex-
plore. They could pick up some
valuable statistics of a certain kind,
by exploring a week or two in Dal-
las, after which they might risk a
visit to Austin.
A UGUST KNECHT,
FASHIONABLE RARBER and HAIR
J. T. Carbry,
S. G. Edoy,
D. W. C. Davis,
A. H. Coffin,
W. S. Lowe.
This house hns lately undergone a
thorough renovation and eveiything is
kept neat and clean. The new proprie-
tors know their business and are meeting
with flattering success. aug.Stl.
R. R. TICKETS.
^MLMAN &i CANNON,
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS,
DENISON - - • TEXAS
[ANNA & WAPLES,
Wholesale and Retail
Corner Main st. and A in *vj
Rooms south side Main street, near
corner Austin avenue. Good
Attached. Shaving, shampooing, and
hair dressing done in the best style ot the
art. None but competent barbers em-
ployed. 3-i3 d»»o.
pOS IER, LUDLOW 5i CO.,
Tickets sold to all points at reduced rates.
No. 7 Wall street, New York and Aus
tin, Texas. P. O. Box 120.
'HE ST. LOUIS TIMES.
THE GREAT DEMOCRATIC PAPER
OF THE SOUTHWEST.
A CLAUD DUVAL
The Dallas Commercial gives the
particulars of a bold highway rob-
icry about seven miles west of Dal-
las. Two gentlemen from Butler
county, Ky., Henry Aldetson and
Wm. Harrison, lclt Dallas on ponies
riiursdav morning, their destination
being the west in search of lands
suitable fora stock ranch. As they
were crossing Mill Creek bottom,
just west of Eagle Ford, a man sud-
denly rode out of a thicket, and
large navy revolver
No Democrat Shoulil Bo WItlinnt It
during the coming campaign.
Sample Copy Sent Free to Any Address
READ THE TERMS FOR 1877.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST AL-
LOWED ON GOLD AND CUR-
RENCY DEPOSITS, SUBJECT
TO CHECK ON SIGHT.
Orders for Gold, Silver, Bonds, Exchange
etc., promply executed.
Texas State Securities sent to us for
sate will have our personal attention, and
we will advance within 10 per cent, o!
bid price as repotted weekly in “1HE
PUBLIC” newspaper of ibis city.
Our Austin house will pay taxes for
land owners in Txeas on very advantag-
Collections made through our Austin
house, and promptly remitted tor on the
same dav. May 7 D*
Knickerbocker Accident Tickets lor sale.
$3,000 for 25 cents.
Also, Agents tor
DELVIN’S CLOTHING HOUSE,
Orders taken for suits, and fits guaran-
NO. I 21
EM) ER TAKERS
II. S. SOWLES.
^JRANE & SOWLES,
2i:i Main street,
JOHN NEVINS k CO.,
ALL SIZES OF THE CELE.
CRANE Si BREED'!
METALLIC COFFINS and d
One copy, one year...............$I 5°
In dubs of ten................. 1 ^
To Agents—One extra copy for evei y
dub of ten. The Tri-Weekly for every
club of twenty-five. The Daily tor every
club ot fiftv.
One copy, one year............**•$5 00
To Agents—For every dub ol five, one
extra copy. The Daily for every club 01
One copv. one year...............$12 00
To Agents—One copv for every club 01
five. ^preferred, a cash commiss on ot
j - per cent, instead of extra copies, will
|-jR. W. II. IIALLIWElL,
Of the Iowa
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE
Having decided upon the establishment
of an institute in Texas, at the suggestion
of some ot his friends has consented to
remain in Denison lor a shoit time, and
will treat a few select and well marked
chronic cases of both male and female.
The Doctor’s well attested skill and large
experience of over 40 years affords an un-
lookedfo opportunity to tne othei wise
hopeless and dispairing invalids.
All operations performed in a skillful
and satisfactory manner. Special atten-
tion given to fine gold fillings. Teeth ex-
tracted without pain when desired.
Artificial teeth inserted on rubber, cel-
luloid or metalic bases as desired.
ROSE-WOOD COFFINS f
Coffins made to order on
in anv style,
TY HEA & BENEDICT,
Office—Pettigrew building up stairs.
DENISON. - - - TEXAS.
A specialty in making
AND FRAMING Pb
Fiom the latest patterns and
At tire furniture house of
JOHN NEVINS & cd
Corner Main street and HoustoP |
DENISON, - - - TEl.
ointing a large navy revolver at ^ ...........
accompanying the by r,Bi.
rith a peremptory order to “halt, • " — 1.....-.....f
rdered them to shell out their cash.
,s their pistols were in their saddle
ROOTS J’ SHOES.
. - . . , ., [. R. Reavis,
Mr. Alderson the:- sup't. Subscription Department.
rags, they wisely consented to obey
lighvayman got. $187 in money and
rom Mr. Harrison $225. Alderson |
bad a fine gold watch with hmij
which escaped the notice of the rob-'
her. After having received bis]
booty, toe night of the road wheeled i
nronrnl, disappeared into the adjoin-:
tered letter, pdstoffice order or draft.
We pav the postage in all cases.
bt. Louis, Missouri.
ig thicket and the two victims re- <r
in every town in
the South for the
c ’ I t j
li ned to Dallas, and the next day 1 The easiest learned, lightest running, £3
back to Kentucky, di.gu.tcd. j o’« S
[o doubt the robber bad spotted tennja|.
is victims in Dallas, where they I Speciai indl’'e™n^ offered.^Address
, ,. , | WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
■ere so imprudent as to display con-1 N() ,8j C(inai jjt., New Orleans.
i finable money in the bar rooms. | jan.i tyr w.
Having permanently located in Deni-
son we respectfully offer our profe-sion-
al services to the community. Gobi fil-
ing and preservation of t..e natural-
teeth a specialty. Artificial teeth insert-
ed on the best and most popular mate
rial in use.
PA IN TING A ND R O O FIN G
/TILLS & BRADBEER,
Don’t do any
»iv. it will*™* you uotlunx U'lil will uun.y ,av» i*i‘
” fct! ’Louii ACTOrtia’u IX I’ubl’g Co., St. Louis. M»
CITY PAINT SHOP.
Has the Agency for the
5 i '< ASBESTOS ROOF COATING.
»"H C 'J I
The Best Article yet Discovered for
TIN OR IRON ROOFS,
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS,
AND ALL FLAT ROOFS.
We have always on hand a
Metafiles, Rosewood and V,
also all sizes of
Finished to order, and on slu
anv style. Prices from $4
Undertaking attended to 1
h e day or night.
Shop second door west oi
CIGARS AND TO]
Afi work in the above line attended to
promptly. Leave orders at the shop.
Mav 11 tf
Havana, Kev West and Him
Tobacco and Smokers'
Next door to Frank’s Ri
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1877, newspaper, March 24, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722548/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.