Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1877 Page: 4 of 4
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on Either Side of
The third volume of this incomparable
Magazine is now completed. With its
Soo royal octavo pages, and its 6oo illus-
trations, its splendid serials, its shorter
stories, poems, and sketches etc., etc., in
its beautiful binding of red and gold, it is
the most splendi.1 gift-book for boys and
■> iris ever issued from the press. Price, $4;
n lull guilt, $5.
“St. Nicholas is full of the choicest
things. The publication is, inall respects,
fhe best ot its kind. We have never yet
seen a number that was not surprisingly
good.”—The Churchman, Hartford,
ST. NICHOLAS FOR 1S77
Which opens with November, 1S76, be-
gins a short and very entertaining serial
f rom the French. “The Kingdom of the
Greedy,” a story adapted to the Thanks-
giving season. Another serial, ot absorb-
ing interest to boys,
•HIS OWN MASTER,” BY J. T.
autnor of the “Jack Hazard Stories,” be-
gan in the Christmas Holiday number.
Beside serial stories, Christmas stories,
li vely sketches, poems and pictures for I he
holidays, and some astonishing illustra-
tions of Oriental spoils, with drawings
by Siamese artists, the Christmas Holi-
day number of st. Nicholas, superbly il-
lustrated, contains a very interesting pa-
THE BOYS OF MY BOYHOOD,’
BY WILLIAM C. BRYANT.
“The Horse Hotel,” a lively article, by
Charles A. Barnard, splendidly illustrat-
ed ; “The Clock in the Skv,” by Richard
A. Procter; “A Christmas play for homes
or Sunday-Schools,” by Dr. Eggleston;
“The Peiei kins Christmas Tree,” by
I.ucietia P. Hale; “Poetry and Carols ot
Winter,” Lucy L.wvpin, with pictures.
DO NOT FAIL TO BUY ST.
NICHOLAS FOR THE
During the year there will be interesting
I apers tor boys by William Cullen Bryant,
lohnG. Whittier, Thomas Ilugher, Wil-
liam Howitt, Dr, Holland, Geo. McDon-
ald. Sanford B. Hunt. Frank R. Stockton,
There will be stories, sketches, and
poems, of special interest to girls by Har-
riet Prescott S pofiord, Susan Coolidge,
Sarah Winter Kellogg, Elizabeth Stuart
Phelps, Louisa Alcott, Lucretia P. Male,
Celia Thnxter, Mary Maples Dodge, and
many others. There will he also
“TWELVESKY PICTURES,” BY PRO-
FESSOR PROCTER, THE
with maps showing “The Stars of Each
Month” which will be likely to surpass
ip interest any series of popular science
resently given to the public.
Amusement and instruction, with fun
and frolic, and wit and wisdom, will be
ingled as heretofore, and St. Nicholas
•/ill continue to delight the young and
; ive pleasure to the old.
THE LONDON LITERARY WORLD
“There is no Magazine for the young
that can he said to equal this choice pro-
duction of Scribnei’s press.. All the arti-
cles, whether in prose or rhyme, are throb-
bing with vitality. ***** The
literature ar.d artistic illustrations are
The London Daily News says : “We
wish we could point out its equal in our
own periodical literature.”
GOO.) NEWS FOR GIRLS & BOYS.
To meet the demand for a cheaper St.
Nicholas Gift book, the price of vols. I
and II iias been reduced to $3 each. The
three volumes, in an elegant library case,
are .vdd for $10 (in full guilt $15) so that
:t|l may give their children a complete set.
The volumes contain more attractive ma-
terial than fifty dollars worth of the ordi-
nary children’s books.
Subscription price $3 a year. The three
hound volumes and a subscription for tins
year only $12. Subscribe witli the near-
est new-dealer, or send money in check,
or P. 0. Money order, or in registered
Scribner & Co., 743 Broadway, N. Y
Mfiias Me Railway
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
MOST DIRECT AND QUICKEST LIKE
From all Points in
Capacious Wagon Yard attached to the
First class accommodations for board-
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY.
No. 112 Main Street,
Burnet avenue, between Main and Skiddy
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
EED, SALE & LIVERY STABLE,
(The Old Day Stable.)
Corner Owing street and Austin avenue
just east of the Park.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
And all Points
Northeast & Southeast
Trains Arrive and Leave Sherman ai
6 140 p. m.
6130 a. m.
Mail and Ex.
Mail and Ex.
9 :oo p. m.
2 150 p m.
My stable is prepared to furnished the
public with the finest of
B UG GIE S, C ARRIAGES
And Saddle Horses.
7-3. J. M. PARR.
XCELSIOR LIVERY FEED AND
MM- * m
. F. CUFF, ANTHONEY CUFF.
J. V. CUFF & BRO. Proprietors.
Nos. 301, 303; cor. West Main street and
North Burnet avenue.
DENISON, • - - TEXAS.
Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al-
ways on hand for the use of patrons.
Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar-
j. F. Cuff k Bro. keep the only first
class Hearse in the city.
Sept. 28. tf.
co x nix rr i o in *:
At Texarkana, with all trains on St
Louis & Iron Mountain and Southern
Railway, for all points Noitli, blast and
At Longview Junction, and Minneola,
with all trains on lnternation.il Railroad
for Tyler, Palestine, Houston, Austin,
Galveston and San Antonio.
At Dallas, with trains of the Houston
& Tt xas Central Railway, for Corsicana.
Mexia, Bremond, Waco, Calvert, Brvan,
Hempstead, Brenham and all points in
Middle and Southern Texas.
At Sherman, with II. & T. C. Railway,
for all points on the line of that road.
At Fort Worth, with Stages for all
points in western Texas.
At Shreveport, with Red River Steam-
ers for New Orleans.
RAILROAD OFFICE, *
119 Main Stret,
DENISON - TEXASJ
This old and popular resort is supplie
n the Market, and all the popular braui
“ I buy all my clothing of Plank
Bros., and this is the kind of a fit
I got every time.”
oct t tf
J. B. McDOUGALL, Prop’r.
EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS
The choicest liquors and all thestan
arc! brands 01 imported and doinest
cigars always on hand.
Call and try tli; bt st live cent cigar
H3T Pintail's Palace Sicepinj Cars
HE BEST '1 RUSS ON EARTH!
SfWf H S
Ft. WORTH, DALLAS & SHERMAN,
Any information in regard to rates o
Freight and Passage, Time and Connec-
tions, will be cheerfully given on appl ica-
General Superintendent, Marshall, Texas.
W. H. NEWMAN,
General Freight Agent, Mar-hall, Texas
R. W. THOMPSON,
General P. & T. Agent, Marshall, Texas
HOTEL S & RESTA uRANl
' OUTIIERN HOTEL,
LWOTS & SHOES.
b, />• 1^
fea ■ Mu
T^xaim are acquaint' <1—or on;.’,ho to In*— u u It the
woinitjrful umrits of tluit great /Vmc.ricivu Ii •.net 1 y.
i . ,• .4*4* W* • '■ , h ^
mm riAii and beast.
Tlii-i liniini nivurv -latur.'.’.!’. nrigH;:tL.*ii in Ani»*ri.
en, wliMt* Nature }»r >\ Hit-* m lu*: l.i!hur.toit sio*fi
fiiirpl isiilg llllt tilth 'I t.: • * nut’ Hi ■••• * ■ f ! '•]• ♦ *1.1'
(I mi. 11•> t-uiie !i;i.s (.'•••*!» suri'iM!nig im y»
until now it fiicut * < ■ .s l i > • li.il'n.i.iiif u I til if,
Till* MtXiril 'i.i.llillililM i' .1 I
runioiV; lor nil cxic :i:t! clients of ih:u> ;iiul m ;i >t.
To stock owners .‘id •;i• ’ i*•» < it. is iiiva :'Me.
A ingle liotti” OF' ll v:*VPS Ii, Il’IUliUl life Ol fc-
MtonvH Ike use:ulii. >■» nl a i <• .<•< !ic;rit 1: rs«-. ox,
cow, or sneer).
I: i iii.vs foot-rot. kooi'-ui!, hollow lioiri, «jnih,
.erea \\ m'hi, slioulilui >t, ni,i:;p,e, Mo* I•.f•»*< ,inl
stings of |>oi.HOl|o;:.; •, ■ ;» . a Hut! Hist*' ' s and every
such tliii’A hjick !•> slo.’i-. hicftliiio ;tini Imsir i;P*».
ll cuie.'4Cvery t Nt -riui! tro.ihlool lior»”.s, sot h
as ):unene:;A. .y-.N.ukes. tavinny. sprainH, foii’uier,
wind ;ui I ’.m^ <*, etc.. *-i •
Tin* Mexo-.nn Mi-.:,.!, f.iiOMient i.i I lie oniekest
cure id ti.e worid tor accidents oi cumoi; ui the
faiin’.y, ii t'lo al)M lice of a p!» y sit *ia *i, .siich as
bun s, nealds. sj>rai..H, cuts, etc., noil 1' r ihi.’inui-
tisin. and titVne ; • iiiu iitU'i'ed by e.Y’msure. I'fir-
Ueiiiaviy vahiablo to Muieis.
It is the cheapest retoedy in the world, for t
penetrates J he iniiM’le to tiie hoi.e.and a sinyio
upplu atioii is genera 11 v siillieicot to cure.
.'tiexiean Mustang hiniiiient is put up in three
eizes of bottles, the lai'yer ones buin;; proportion
;iu.!y much the ehoapcol.
CHEAPEST and BEST IN TOWN.
• PETER FRIIS Prur’r.,
[Northwest corner 2, Public Square,
Good beds and plenty to eat. We guar
antee the very best the market affords.
CALL AND SEE US.
I. FURBSR, Prqp’r.
South side Main street, neat Alamo,
U, S. PIANO COMPANY
' ' V,|
J.UNCIl AM) CIGARS.
JOHN 8. COLEMAN.
LUNCH AND CIGAR STAND,
Oppo Pe News office,
i.EVfSO:: - * -. TEXAS
You ask why we can sell fiist-class 7
1 3 octave rosewood piat.o* for $290. Our
answer is. that it costs less than $3'x> to
make any $6o0piano sold through agents,
all of whom make 100 per cent, profit.
We have no agents, but sell direct to
families at factory price, and warrant
five years. VVe send our pianos every-
I where for trial, and require no payment
I unless found salisfactory. Send for ii-
! lustrated circular, which gives full par-
ticulars, and contains the names of over
1500 bankers, merchants and families |
that are using our pianos in every state ol
the Union. Please state where you saw 1
tins notice. |
U. S. PIANO CO., 810 BROADWAY, j
This house has lately undergone a
thorough renovation and everything i>
kept neat and clean. The new proprie-
tors know their business and arc meetiny
with flattering success. nug.Slf.
is not easily earned in
these times, but it ran
be made in 3 months
bv any one of either
sex. in any part of the
country, who is w I-
iiiTg to work steadily at the < rnnioyment
tha‘ we furnish. $66 per week in vour
own town. ATm need not be away from
home over night. You can give your
hole time to the work, or only your
snare moments. We have agents who
are making over $20 per day. All who
engage at once can make money fast. At
the present time money cannot be made
so easily and rapidly at any other busi-
ness. It costs nothing to try the busi-
ness. Terms and $5 outfit free. Atl-
deess tit once, II. Hallrtt & t o , Port-
land, Maine. Julyu dw-i-y.
One person in every four is ruptured,
and two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die,
as they sutler from Dispepsia, Spinal
disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement
i "How's Sjrifi! Pad Bell Trass.” 1
For the treatment and cure of Rupture
and Hernia, patented 1875, «s the only
scientific tru-s invented Every physi-
cian endorses it at once, and patients buy
it at sight.
Ruptured sufferers from old-fashionen
metallic and hard rubber springs find
Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and
endorsements of thousands who have
been cured, anil of the leading pitvsicinns
01 the United Stales, including the great
doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal
of tile St. Louis Medical College. All
say it is tlie best truss known. It lias
cured a 5-vear rupture in five weeks,
Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper,
etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup
lured on both sides badly, and lias been
for 25 years, and he invented this great
truss for himself only. We make them
MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN!
who daily bless Mr. !I. for Iiis invention.
THE 1IDWE FEMALE SUPPORTER
U tiie best known for abdominal affec
Ii you have a friend ruptured, do him «
favor by sending us hi-, name at once.
X IlOWE TRUSS CO., ' X
Box 1170. Council Bluffs, Iowa |
^**5000 traveling agents wanted
States, counties, and townships for sale
aug. 16 tf.
227 Main street,
9 5 <Itf.
Dealer in choice
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
DENISON, • - - TEX
QJRAND SOUTHERN SALOON,
J. RAYNAL& CO., Prcfks.,
Corner Main street and Austin aven
This is one of the oldest and most p
ulai saloons in the city, and still
serv.s its popularity for keeping p
wines and liquors, and the bos I ctgars.
Can also be hud on reasonable terms.
jpALACE BEER HALL.
LOUIS LI13BIE Proprietor
CHOICE WHISKY, No. 1 CIGARS
ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER
Constantly on draff
South side Main street.
The Palace Beer Hal! has- been vecen
lifted up in a in jt and attractsu st
and furnished with FINE fJILLIAi
THE WINE ROOM
which has recently been fitted up is n(
JOHN NEVENS & CO.,
ALL SIZES OF TIIE CELL BRAT
CRANE & BREED’S
METALLIC COFFINS and CASKE
r ■ AM
To Music Teachers,
ROSE-WOOD C(T l ,N.s & CASK l
Coffins made to order on s f 1 r.rt r.qj1-
anv stele. Prices from $3 t«■'
A specialty in making
/ and framing pictJ
/ 10m Ihe latest pattei . - ;.,nd sty
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER j At the furnitl"e house of
JOHN NEVINS eY CO.,
Corner Main street and Houston
DENISON, - - TLXfi
RALAKY. P<irmfirv'nt unmnniAti
tv ante'! to •><•11 Staple Goods
M'nMc h i»a
GRANT v CO., 'i,
Cl 'LaaaU. (i»
A new, natural and easy system, far
superior tn any ever before published,
i Pamphlet containing this system mailed
, vtllLEK’s BIHT.E VND rVIILISHINO HOUSE
uo.2 and 1104 Sausnm St., I tula. .
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
f have the facilities to do neat and suii-
stunt i al work, in mv line, and will guar-
antee you satisfaction in every particular.
Hanna’s Drug Store, 116 south side Main
DENISON • - - . TEXAS.
YyEBSTER & ZINTGRAFF,
Wholesale and retail
Postoffice building, - Denison,|
9 1 tf
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1877, newspaper, October 4, 1877; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722615/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.