Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1877 Page: 3 of 4
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tVEDDICK & BERLEINER,
DENISON, • - • TEXAS.
This house is kept well supplied with
pure Wine s, Liquors, Domestic and Im-
Jkjg**ChRUipagne for sale by the glass.
GRAND SOUTHERN HOTEL AND
No. — Main street,
Meals only 25 ceats, served at all hours,
v’omfortable, well ventilated rooms. The
test wines, liquors and cigars at the bar.
| JALACE BEER HALL.
LOUIS LIBBIE Proprietor
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS,
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draft
South side Main street.
The Palace Beer Hall has been recent!}
fitted up in a neat, and attractive styh
a id furnished with FINE BILLIARD
THE WINE ROOM
which has recently been fitted up is nice
What is Qnoen’ Delight I
It is a plant that grows in the South,
and is the only actual blood purifier ever
discovered by which ail diseases that cen-
ter in the blood can be eradicated at once
and forever. It expels tor life all Scrofu-
lous, Syphilitic, Cutaneous and Rheu-
matic affections and is the only true
remedy for this claso of diseases. Alone,
it is a searching alterative, bat when
eorhhined with Honduras Sar apai ilia,
Yellow Dock and other roots and herbs,
it becomes a blood purifier unsurpassable
and unequalled. Such is tile combination
of Dr. Tutt’s
Sarsaparilla and Queen’s Delight.
ortning the most powerful alterative
known to Medical Science for the cure of
old Ulcers and Sores, Diseased Joints,
Foul Discharges tiom the ears and nos-
trils, Abcesses, Skin affections, Klieu
mutism, Dronsy, Kidney complaints,
Evil effects of secret practices, Diseased
Scalp, Disordered Liver and Spleen, and
all diseases that centre in the blood. It
posesses the peculiar property of import-
ing a fair complexion and causes the
BODY TO GAIN IN SOLID FLESH.
Its value cannot be too strongly im-
pressed upon the attention of those who
have been exposed to a taint of improper
character. The aillcted are assured that
this is not one ot the worthless nostrums
of tlie day, hut is prepared upon scientific
principles, by a physician of thirty years’
expeiiencc. Sold everywhere.
Principal office, 18 Murray street, New
York. Aug2ceod,Yw• top col
MSKUjSJMU '/ - KfflYrr* ry-V31
All Persons at a distance ' 'u <>' M til j
with Perfect Success t>y ce c A ;ne\ j
mmiiiiiimi j tii 11 in i"T“*t I
(Send for our large and Beautifully illus-
trated Paper, sent free to any address.)
M. K. and T. R'Y
Tili, Psoria aid Warsaw
THREE TRAINS DAILY, TO-WIT:
Sheiifim . ..
OTTIR IE Sli^“
Why? because Inhala-
tion is the only way that
the Air Passages can
be n ached ami catarrh
is a disease of the Air
Passages of the Head.
Use tais treatment as
we direct, which is easy
and pleasant, and Wts
^uar.tnt' e a perfect Cure
JOHN OURAND, Prop’r.
Opposite the Express office, Main stree
' Iholce Wines. Liquors and Cigars cat
.•Iwavs be found at the bar.
net. 27 tf.
ALEX. iMcl’liERSON, Prop’r.
No. 203 Main street,
DENISON, - - - TEXAS.
Meals 25 cents—served at all hours.
Lodgings to let.
The bar is supplied with choice wines,
liquors and cigars, 2-11I
REAL ESI ATE.
f. T. Ml.’Nt-ON.
I •'ONE ,v MUNSON,
; H&ALERS IN REAL ESTAT1:
Abstracts of Titles furnished for tin.
v :.iy of Denison and Grayson county.
Office, 215 Main street, up stairs.
A Splendid Opportunity to Win a
t \ Fortune ! - FOURTH GRAN D
DRAWING, 1877. At New Orleans,
Tuesday, April 3.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
This institution was regularly incorpo-
rated by the Legislature of the State for
educational purposes 111 1868, with a cap-
ital o' $1,000,000 to which it has sine’
ad tit d a reserve tun • i ot $3S° 000, I I S
GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAW-
INGS will take place monthly. It never
scales or postpones. Look at the follow-
capital piuzi:, ts20,000.
100,000 1 ickels at One Dollar Kach.
LIST OP PRIZriS.
... $20 00n
. ... 10,000
PRIZES OF $ 1,000 ....
Wif. m \ke a Spec-
ialty of treating pa-
tients by Mail.
Please write and
describe your symp-
toms. _ _
Why? for th("; ime rea-
son a:, given above. The
________ Broi chiai l ubes are
~~ t simple (mi'tin tors to
At.I. persons that cmry air to the Lunas
read this are invited ' hencf Inhalation must
to send for our large ■ tf B.rect to the scat ot
.... ' tin: disease, ami if you
and beautiful tllus- \ wjil follow our clue*
trate Paper, sent free tions we guanuHke to
to anv address. j cure JironchiUs.
.•*> •*-* v**wr**w'***x«*m«*’
Why? because. Asthma
is a contra- Lion ot the
Bronchial Tubes, caus-
ed by in damination and
irritation of the mucus
membrane liuinj* the
Oxygenated Air as we
will direct and we will
warrant a Cure. We
have cured cases of ic
We guarantee to
cure Coughs, Colds,
nia, Neuralgia, and
nearly all other se-
vere attacks when all
oilier remedies fail.
Pli ad iphia •••
i1! -w York.....
8. ts a. m.
4. ,10 p. m.
[1,45 a. 111.
•y.ao p. m.
8.45 a. 111.
11.25 P- m.
1.30 p. in.
1.30 a. 111.
4.jo “ ,
u.35 p. in.
7,35 a. m.
8.30 p. 111.
8.40 a. in.
1.45 p. in.
11.45 a* 111 •
4.10 p. m.
12.55 a. in.
8.45 a. m.
6. jo p.m.
7,50 a. in.
7.20 p. m.
8.45 a. 111.
API’KOXIM VriON PRIZES.
9 Approximation prizes ol $200
9 do ilo 100
9 do ao 50
1687 Prizes, amounting to... .$62,650
Write for circulars or send orders to
M. A DAUPHIN,
P. O. Box 692, Nkw Orleans, I a.
For for further particulars, etc,, apply
to Charles Oilman, R. R. Picket Broker,
Fifth Grand Monthly Drawing,
Tuesday, Mav 1st.
Capital Prize $30,000. Tickets $2 eaclt
CURE. Liver and
are effectually reach-
ed by Oxygenated
* 1 .'iB*ae«.mss-JSEflK
Cured without cut-
with very little or no
pain. Any person
troubled w.th Cancer
or tumors will please
write lor tesiim >ni-
als, etc., from pa-
tients cured. We
warrant a perfect
^—Through Cars from Burlington and
Keokuk to Chicago. Indianapolis and
Through tickets to all points East and
South, at rates as low a- the lowest.
Low Rates, Quick time and first-class
connections are fast making the
T. P. &W. IlOUTE
(jJP*Themost popular Road in the West.
jyWSend for Map-Folder.
A. L. Hopkins. Gen’I Manager, ) Peoria,
H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A. j> [Hindis
W. R. CRUMPTON,
General Western Agent, Burlington, Ia.
No. Hi Main Street.,
“ I buy all my clothing of P
Bros., and this is the kind of
1 get every time.”
1. K. tVARRKN.
rARREN k HRIDOELL,
M. F.. BRIDDFLL.
REAL ESTATE to BOND BROKERS
623 Chestnut street, St. Louis, Mo.
-Texas Lands and Southeri
S. PIANO CO.,
Sot BROADWAY,* NEW YORK.
Can be cured. Why ?
bouiiusc we have cured
hundreds of cases, aral
seme of them bciiitf
jiiven over to (iit; bv all
pyi.sicians of the o- her
schools of practice. Con-
sumption is a disease of
the Air Passages and
over tvvo-tliirds of the
cases are caused by Ca-
tarrh. We gu irantce a
cure it you will come
Dr. 'Townsend’s Oxv
mated Air will purify
the blood in one-third
the time that any other
known reinedv can, and
why? because to inhale
Ox Mediated Air it. goes
direct to the Lungs and
passes through the tis-
sues and comes in di-
rect contact with the
1 flood as it ’s forced into
the Lillies by t; c action
of the heait. All the
blood in our veins re-
turns to the heart every
four minutes if the blood
is p>od, and forced horn
the heart to the lungs
and the more oxygen
von inhale into the
lungs the more you pu-
rify the blood. When
Oxygen comes in eon-
ta* t with the impurities
in the blood it carbon-
izes and burns, causing
the blood to be heated
so that it warms every
part of the body, as h
goes on its revolutions
through the system. 11
your hlood is pure you
cannot be sick. We
drive Mercury and other
impurities out of the
blood. We guarantee to
purify the blood in one-
third of the time of any
other known remedy.
Make only One Style, and have bu
Sen' on Trial.
Abstract!* furnished and taxes paid ot
fit. Louis City property
dec. 3. ’73.
Send for Illustrated Circular.
CIS R A f ' iu!? M-.iirm,-.. i.iiitlv ;;,m.tratei!
m k ul % s M b & ENN ’ t
If IE TWO NOR MAN STALLIONS.
JJH. BOH aNNAN’S
irritt*"* ’ -’ll.la 1 I iit trrtfot
tr«>m lilt; u tu!i'm ui.1
should \ 1;
mtHiup, Marru .. ■, tlie
F icrj t MyFirit’i
H vr.atU'TiH ot the
■.ir nyi'Ttn.' nv.'focuro
nl!V,nil of * dt luH'di* < r t - vuliiulilt if-t-f if Ii,
v 11* 1 •;;i 1 ,1k it,rv.'diciii.j'uht'i'-riF t.mii; ippr,llu !r lin-
fa re fuiii m op. T :it* on ti 1 J.»>:-<8, mil v 1 Nplttiniiijf tlo ir
in i .*• 1, vywptnuvt «».mI .i yi\:.f to «• > ; it iatlu-v u' y .vally
lu’h’ftino ’ w. x oBlu* kii d i-vrr pnl>li'h'*d. *ml b •M'l-nlote
in cv rv 1 , t Bunt hi-nir^’y mw ' 1 sit rruripl r\ 50 cto.
Add■ rsi. I”-. 0. A. B«>na' .an, Ciy North lilth street,
St. iatfuis. Mo. Etiub;idled i n 1 u V.
W, M. Park, IY1. D,
Late ot the
McCI.ELLAV U. S. A.
Pa , who has been so suc-
cessful throughout New
England in the cure ol
Lancers & Tumors takes
charge of this depart-
> ri mmmmmamsm
Addiess all letters as heretofore to
E. F. T OWNS E N D, M. D.
122 High Street, Providence. R. I.
Physicians wishing to locate in some
town or city in tins business, can be fur-
nished with territory and our illustrated
papers for advertising the same, by ad-
dressing as abov.-.
There are unprincipled persons in
Boston and elsewhere that are putting up
j a BOGUS LIQUID and trying to palm it
| off as My Treatment) or Oxygenated
j aj,- H,)tl claiming it to be like mine. None
genuine unless the words “Dr. Town
send s Oxygenated Air” are blown in
bottle, and portrait on label
mar 1-7 1 yr
Mon and Texas Central Railway,
THE CONNECTING LINK
Between the Trunk Lines of the North
and East, and the
GULF OF MEXICO ON THE SOUTH,
Great Through Route
And Main Artery of Commerce and Trade
TO ALL POINTS,
And offers the Best Routes, on Quick
Time, with more Comforts, better Ac-
commodations and Greater Security than
any other Line. Passing through the
Richest and most Beautiful portions ot
the Great Empire
STaTE OF TEXAS,
it gives to the passenger a view of the
grandest scenery, finest agricultural dis-
trict and great grazing grounds of the
Its passenger and freight trains are
surpassed by none in tl.e Slate. Pull-
man’s Palace Drawing Room and Sleep-
ing Cars leave St. Louis daily via the M.,
K. k T. Railway at 9 a. m.; Hannibal at
10 a. in., and Sedalia at 6:23 p. in., run-
ning through to L'enison, Sherman, Dal-
las, Hearne, Austin and Houston without
change. Connection is also made at
Sheiman with the Texas and Pacific R’y,
or the above named points.
The connections of this road with the
M , K. k T. at Denison for St, Louis,
Hannibal, Chicago, Fort Scott, Kansas
City and all points North and East1, with
the Texas and Pacific at. Sherman for St.
Louis, Cairo. Memphis, and all points
East and South-east, and at Houston
with the G. II, Si S. A. lor San Antonio,
ihe G. H. II. for Galveston, the Texas
and New Orleans Railway for Bumont,
Orange, etc.; the Morgan and Malloiy
Steamships for ail points on the Gulfand
Atlantic coasts, and the Liverpool and
Texas Steamship Line to Liverpool, Ha-
vre and other European cities are perfect,
while its freedom Horn dust and heat on
account of the nature of the soil and the
open prairie country over which it passes,
with its cooling sea breeze, pleasant scen-
ery of broad prairies, beautiful groves,
well cultivated fields of cotton, corn,
small grain, and fruits, render itespecial-
lv desirable and advantageous to travel-
ers and shippers in preference to others.
St. Louis Express leaves daily except
on Saturdays, and arrives daily except on
Morula's, as follows ; Leaves Galveston
at2::op. in., Dallas at 4: 15 p. m., and
Houston at 5 : 30 p. in. Arrives at Hous-
ton at 9 a. m., Dallas at 7 : 15 a. m., and
Ga'veston at 1 p. in.
JSfl PI ipi
in' K. BROWN iN CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealer >
Books, Stationery, Magazines, Fin
Pons, Pocket Cuttlery, Ti
Chromos, Musical Instru
ments and Novel! > ot
Also, fine imported cigars, Hi1 vari
latest St. i.ouis papers, 5 cents
copy. Weeklies, Ledgers and
Saturday Nigh's only
74 ct.s per copy
At the book store, in the Post oft
DENISON. ■ TEXAS.
MASONS & PLASTERERS
More effective and
note complete, and
nore readily adapted
0 ihe various median -
cal and tjjricuUltra’
set than any other in j
Iu* market. Prtu tical
1 mprove ments accuinu-
XCELSIOR LIVERY FEE I
v ■; •'
- ■ «1 »<
.. B i
- 'V>;.V V
■i5S®fe1 .7'- ' •’ ■ *
J. F. CUFF,
J. F. CUFF & BRO. Proprieto
Nos. 301, 303; cor. West Main stre
North Burnet avenue.
Stylish Carriages and neatTurno
ways on hand for the use of pe
Prices reasonable, and satisfaction
J. F. Cuff & Bro. Keep the onl;
class Hearse in the city.
Sept. 28. tf.
W. 1). R \GI.AND,
GOUATII AMD SAMPSON.
t J ILL etnnd to a Fruited numberof
• V "Kin's tb*s season, at the teed sta-
• »te of [as. Newton, east of the park.
Nonehttt responsible parties need ap- _
«lr The i t .Byr. ■ can be ascertained bv Bi -k-Iayitig, plastering, cistern butld-
fc'.j.ig ihe owner, Joseph Miller, to.( (ing a d cementing of «ll kinds done in
j^j„i | tb* hts* manner and on the most reason-
, i able terns. 1 -17 d^3m
_ ... I ated irom tw* nt
! experience, with reputation maintained,
L. A . Hun r. and success establi-hed.
Send for circulars, descriptive, and
] containing testimonials conc-rning our
Port ni 1:, Stationary, and Agricul-
tural Steam Engines.
'untractors & buildlrs. Wood, Taber & Morse,
EATON, MADISON CO.. N Y.
AG LAND ,v HUNT,
da-is w 2mo.
*T1,; Morphii], tvnhit nhiolutr'v ,na
. .in-dily rurnl. rmniM* t mivxihat iiy.
ml •lump tnri»nini'ivrii. Or. Carl-
(Qt)f Iti \N auk! k i .C.ttWkSO*.
Buy your Tickets and ship your Freight
Houston aufl Tras Central Eailwa7
The following Offices and Agents have
been established bv ihB Company, where
information may be had concerning not
only the II. N T. C. Railway, but Texas
' F. L. MANCHESTER, Eastern Pas-’
senger Agent, 417 B-oadway, N. Y.
Gen. J. B. ROBERTSON, Passenger
and Immigration Agent, 113 North Third
Street. St. L<> :s, Mo.
A. ALLEE, Northwestern Passenger
Agent, 101 Clark Street, Chicago, III.
NICK HOLMES, Soutiieas'ein Agent,
No. 2 Burnett House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
J. R. COFFIN. Southern Passenger
Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Information inav also be had at the
Agenci* s of the M , K. N T. Railway, in
New York, Chicago, Cincitm *ti, Hanni-
bal and St. Louis.
Gen’I. Pass. & F'r’t. Agt., Houston Tex.
Gen’I. Supt.. Houston, Texas.
No. 12 T, E,,.,
ST. LOU’S -
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1877, newspaper, March 24, 1877; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722548/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.