Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1876 Page: 4 of 4
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J ohn nevins & co.,
ALL SIZES OF THE CELEBRATED
CRANE & BREED’S
METALLIC COFFINS and CASKETS
ROSE-WOOD COFFINS & CASKETS
Coffins made to order on short notice,
anv style. Trices from $3 to any
A specialty in making
And framing pictures
•Motn.the latest patterns and styles of
■Yt th£ furniture house of
JOHN NEVINS & CO.,
>'nu*r Main street and Houston Avenue
SE WING MA CHINES.
Wliri is Queen* Delight!
It is R plant that grows in the South,
ana is the only actual blood purifier ever
discovered by which all diseases that cen-
ter in the Mood can be eradicated r.t once
and forever. It expels lor life all Scrofu-
lous, Syphilitic, Cutaneous and Rheu-
matic aifections and is the only true
remedy for this class of diseases. Alone,
it is a searching alterative, bat when
combined with Honduras Sar apatilia,
Yellow Dock and olher roots and lieibs,
it becomes a blood purifier unsurpassable
and unequalled. Such is the combination
of Dr. Tutt’s
Sarsaparilla and Queen’s Delight.
orming the most powerful alterative
known to Medical Science for the cure of
old Ulcers and Sores, Diseased Joints,
Foul Discharges from the ears and nos-
trils, Abcesses, Skin affections, Rheu-
matism, Dronsy, Kidney complaints,
Evil edicts ot secret practices, Diseased
Scalp, Disordered Liver and Spleen, and
all diseases that centre in the blood. It
posesses the peculiar property of impart-
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, 'flic affleted are assured that
this is not one of the worthless nostrums
of the day, but. is prepared upon scientific
principles, by a physician of thirty years’
expel ience. Sold everywhere.
Principal office, tS Murray street, New 1
York. AugJceod&W-top col I
HOTELS & RESTAVtt ANi. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
f ATTHEWS’ RESTAURANT.
PRATT MATTHEWS, Poor’*.
No. 2054 North side Main street.
The above room has just been fitted up
in the most elegant style.
GAME, FISH, OYSTERS.
and other delicacies during the season.
Attentive waiters will attend to the
wants of customers. Terms reasonable,
dec. 4 tf.
Sears Street, near Depot,
Reorganized and thoroughly renovated
and refitted, and under ttie
MANAGEMENT OF W. H. STEVENS.
The patronage of commercial men
■p UROPKAN RESTAURANT,
EXCELS ALL OTHERS,
BECAUSE IT IS
MOST QUIET, AND
Po«*f‘ssoH Ail Hie Excellencies
with None of the Defects.
With no other instructions than are
■given in the book of directions, wnieh is
included in the outfit of every machine,
here is no one however inexperienced
with sewing machines, but can with a lew
lours’ practice become perfectly familiar
•.vith every operation of die ‘'New Amer-
: tn.” There is no other machine that
lues every kind and grade of family sew-
ng with so little trouble to the operator
is self-threading; has self-regulating
fusions throughout; has self-setting
needles; never breaks thread or slips
v.iches; is never out of order. 1-, sold at
t lower price than any other first-class
On the liberal terms on which an
Ymeiicaii machine can he proem ed, no
ainily is longer juslifi i in denying
' betnselves of its service.
ffco.so Who Purchase for Cash.
We will make it to the interest of all
d)0 need a sewing machine, to buy the
’.New American. It has the endorsement
>f many leading Grangers in Missouri,
•Kansas and Texas, and is the si an .lard
■ . acliine of the Kansas State Grange.
Patrons should send foi our special terms
0 the Order.
Teachei t, Preachers and everybody
•Re desiring circular.', samples, tostimo-
1 :t!> and terms should address.
D. A DUCK, Manager,
No. 200 South Fourth street. iucjtl
'1 hirty ytrrs expcriciiiv in th<* trc.itmeitf of Sexual and
Cbroric Diseasest.i t*r.v«s.
! Main Street, - - Denison, Texas.
Managed by MRS. J. H. FRANK,
Who will give the Culinary Department
her personal attention.
inurriujr?, on the myste
ion ami tlie secret itifltnUies ot
mtinhoot! and womanhood An il'ustratpd in>okotiM>|>a;t.'3,
for p'-v-ato reudinff, w hich should Dp kept under lock and
k«’v. S nt under sea 1 forflOcti.
A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on all disuse*
of a Private Nat tiro in both hcxvs, Lm ubiuen and <).>.
orders of the soxuai system, and tin: im ausof cure, ljOpa^'us
With P'ijrravi tiffs, sent tinder seal iorli.Mts.
MEDICAL AD VIC lion Sexual and Chronic
SVmin.il Wcakne-n, Catarrh, Cancer, Rupture, the Opium
Jlfibit, &c., n-vO pnsre wrli sent under sen* for I" cts Ail
throe boots rttu'aiiiiiijr •50^ papes and everythi'np: worth
limv. ir." on the subject, kind, securely seaiod on ro-
eeipt of (,0 rls. Address, Or. Blips’ Sispensarv,
No.!2 N. Cth si., 0!. Louis, Mo. [LiubL.Vd :m.j
The tables are furnished with all the
delicacies the market affords. Cleanli-
ness the first consideration.
Convenient to the business portion of
the city. Terms reasonable.
>•* W S* W W >57 W W W
i f i f i i $ f j
To the Working Class.—We are
now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole
of the time, or lor their spare moments
Business new, light and profitable. Per-
sons of either sex easily earn from 50
cents to $5 per evening, and a propor-
tional sum by devoting their entire time
to the business. Boys and girls earn
nearly as much as men. That all who
see this notice may send their address,
and test, the business, We make this un-
paralleled offer: To such as are not well
satisfied we will send one dollar to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particu-
lars, samples worth several dollars to
commence wotk on, and a copy o'" Home
and Fireside, one of the largest and best
illustrated publications, all sent free bv
mail. Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address George Stin-
son & Co., Portland, Maine.
' 'CHEAPEST and BEST IN TOWN.
PETER FRI1S, Prop’r.,
Northwest corner of Public Square,
GAINESVILLE - - TEXAS.
Good beds and plenty to eat. We guar-
antee the very best the market affords.
CALL AND SEE US.
McPherson & furber, Propr's.
South side Main street, neat Alamo,
DENISON - - - TEXAS.
Ttr v/ xv cx aiY vj
ELEGANT STYLES, with Valuable
improvements New and Beaut.ful Solo'
,tops. OVF.iv 'ONE T110UE AND 0r-
;anists and Musicians indorse these Or-
gans and lecommtnd them as strictly
elRSl CLASS in T ne, Mechanism and
• ’ Jurability. Wart anted for six years.
MOST ELEGANT AND LATEST
Have been awarded the highest prem-
•'ttns in Competition vC'ith others lor
SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY AND
And Pla.-.r; like Act.on.
Pur:, wccE end even ba!anC-d Tote.,
>rcheslral LiLvt and instantat.'cous uc-
'Vhicli may he had to the reeds.
Send lor price list. Addl es -
DANIEL F. BEATV.
Washington, New Jersey. U. S. A.
JUSTICE AND NOTARY.
"T/ D. Ix.TvK,
JUSTICE Op THE PEACE,
, PUKCiNCT NO L
- -and —
PfX-OFFICrO NOTARY PUBLIC.
nia‘h; by every agent
WWwb' ve!V nlonl’b ' the business
W w we furnish, but tho-e willing
to work can easily earn a dozen dollars a
day right in their own localities. Have
no room to explain here. Business pleas-
ant and honorable. Women, and bov-
and girls do as well as men. We will
furnish you a complete outfit .free. '1 he
[business pays better than anything else.
We will bear expense of starting you.
j Particulars fieee. Write and see. Farm-
i ers and mechanics, their sons anddaugli-
! ters, and all classes in need of paying
^ j work at home, should write to us and
y. j learn all about the work at once. Now is
* the time. Don’t delay. Address True A
Co.-, Augusta, Maine. nov.15.
This house has lately undergone a
Ihorougli renovation and everything is
kept meat and clean. The new proprie-
tors know their business and are meeting
with flattering success. aug.Stt.
T. II. GREGORY
K. W. OOP.KEY.
/GREGORY & GURNEY,
RUSK AVENUE HOTEL,
i Corner of Ru k avenue and Gandy street,
MARS THESE FACTS.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
“1 had no appetite; Holloway’s Pills
gave me a hearty one.”
‘‘Youi pills are marvellous.”
“I send tor another box, and keep them
in the house.”
“Or. Holloway has cured tm headache
that was chronic.’'
“1 gave one of your pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. The dear little thing
got well in a day.”
“My nausea of a morning is now
“Your box of Holloway’s Ointment
cured ine of noises in the nead. 1 rub-
bed some of your ointment behind the
ears, and the noise has left.”
“Send me two boxes; 1 want one for a
“1 enclose u dollar; your price is 2;
cents, but the medicine to me is worth r
“Send me five boxes of your pills.”
“Let me have three boxes of your pills
bv return mail, for chills and lever ”
I nave over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want ot space compels me to
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this oint-
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal external!y alone, but penetrates with
the most searching effects to to the very
root of the evil.
Invaiiably cure the following diseases
DisORDEL OF Tl IE K11 )NFA'S.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
whether they secrete too much or too
little water; or whether they be alllicted
with stone or gravel, or with aches and
pains settled in the loins over the regions
of tne kidneys, these pills should be
taken according to the printed directions,
and the ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the back at bed trine.
This treatment will give almost immedi-
ate relief when all other means have
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORDER.
No medicine will so effectually improve
the tone of the stomach as Jiese pills•
they remove all acidity occasioned either
by intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it to healthy
action; they are wonderfully efficacious
in cases of spasm—in fact they never fail
in curing all disorders of the liver and
HOLLOWAY’S FILLS are the best
known 111 the world for the following dis-
eases: Ague, Asthma, Bilious Com-
plaints, Blotches on the Skin, Bowels,
Consumption. Debility, Dropsy, Dysen-
tery, Erysipelas, Female irregularities.
Fevers 01 all kinds. Fits, Gout, Headache.
Indigestion, ItiflamaUoii, Jaundice, Liver
Complaints, Lumbago, Piles, Rheuma-
tism, Retention of urine, Scrofula o>
King’s Evil, Sore Throat-, Stone and
Gravel, Tic-Douloureux, Tumors, Ulcers.
Worms of alt kinds, Weakness from any •
IM PORTAN T CAUTION.
None are genuine unless the signature
of J. Haydovk, as agent lor the Unit-id
States, surrounds each box of pills, and
ointment. A handsome reward will be
given to any one rendering such informa-
tion as may lead to the detection of anv
party or parties count trfeiting the medi-
cines or vending the same, knowing them
to be spurious,
*+*Sohi at the manufactory of Profess-
or Holloway U Co., New York, and by
all respectable druggists and dealers in
medicines throughout tne civilized world,
in boxes at 25 cents, 65 cents and $t
J'-JA'There is considerable saving by
taking tlie larg-r sices.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of
patients in every disorder are affixed to
| OFFICE 112 LIBERTY STREET, N. Y.
I 11.23 d&w iy.
Make Your Fortune l
GRAND EXTRA DRAWING
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
C O M V \ N Y.
Incorporated tS6S. | Capital $1,359,0a,#
AT NEW ORLEANS,
Monday, December 4th, 187fl.
No Scaling! No Postponement?
Capital Prize $50,000.
Only 20,000 Tickets at $2t> each—Fra*-
tions in Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZKS.
1 Capital prize..............
10 Prizes at $tooo............
9 Approximating prizes, $300.. ^2,700
q “ " 200.. I,8oO
9 “ “ 100.. yoo
2865 Prizes amounting to.......$26S,900
Remittances must be made by express
or registered letter. All orders for tickets
or requests for fuller information to bs
C11 AS. T. HOWARD,
Agents wanted everywhere. Unexcep-
tional references must accompany appli-
THE FIRST REGULAR
QUARTERLY DOLLAR DRA WIN#
Will take place January 2, 1877.
Tickets St each. Cap.: prize y 15,or,si
T S. PIANO CO.,
hoi BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Make only One Style, and have bu
Sent on Trial.
Set.d for Illustrated Circular.
HE LEST TRUSS ON EARTH!
. box-' n :
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v \ made ou t.
; PRSb’OKIFTION FREE
i SJ'OP ‘in* Speedy Cure of Seminal
i j Weakness, J.o>t .Innlioo;!, and all
! disorders brought on by indiscretions or
j excess Any druggist lias the ingredi-
I cuts. Addrccs.
W. DAVIDSON “ CO..
86 Nassau Ft., New Icm.
R. BROWN £i CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Book s Station.tc. Magazines Fine Gold
Pons, pocket Cut* lev, Toys,
Chrotnos, Musical Instru-
ments and Novel lies of
Also, fine imported cigars, in variety; the I
latest St. Louis papers, 5 cents a |
copy. Weeklies, Ledgers and
Saturday Nights only |
74 ets per copy
At the book store, in the Post office, j
..u ^ ...-• W.■'
u • • (; >
21 y Main street,
Is now prepared to Manufacture
STICK AND FANCY CANDY,
•At both wholesale and retail. A large
oven has also been erected, ior the pur-
pose of making all grades of
FIRST CLASS BREAD. CAKES, PAS-
TRY, Etc., Etc,
A specialty made of
Panbrcad, French Loaves, Twist, Boston
Brown Bread, Rve, Milk Rolls,
R'usi.s, Muffin •> Etc.
One person in every four is ruptured,
and two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die,
as they suffer trom Dispepsia, Spinal
disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement
1 "Hfflc’n String m Be!i Trass," 1
For the tr .atment and cure of Ruptur*
and Hernia, patent J 1875', is the onlv
scientific truss invented. Every physi-
cian endorses ii at once, and patients buy
it at sight.
Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned
metallic and hard rubber springs find
Send $3 for; ample t.ri- s, circulars, and
endorreiimnt# of tiiotis. nds who hav«
been cured, ami of ,he leading physician*
ol the United Stales, including the meat
doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal
of the St. Louis Medical College. All
say it. is the best truss known. It ha«
cured a 5 year rupture in liv e weeks.
Send 10 c lit.- I- r our weekly truss paper,
etc. Rev. llowe, the patentee, is rup-
tured on both sides badly, ana has been
for 25 veers, and he invented this great
truss for him e f only. We make them
•MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN!
whq da lv bless Mr. ii. for his Invention.
THE 110WE FEMALE SUPPORTER
is the best known for abdominal ..flec-
If you have a friend ruptured, do him a
favor by rending u. hi - name at once.
X IIOWE TRUSS CO., X
Box 1 t7o. Council Bluffs, luwa
’ '-.11' 1 ti v....tcd
tul . ounl . .. e u ) town hip# for sal
Snug. 16 tf.
CIVIL END INKER
pi.TER ST MMINEFIELD,
SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Don’t do any
i.t uii. papi . or
M • .. - — - - — —-■ — J j’o'i j.'.! nur ft;*
lt • ic v.i!l coir jou nothing a:i i will luik.y uwa yoit
lp ucy. Address, _ _ _
, , t # a 1 . m p.. , 1 1 * a r* T A..t.,
Agent for tit.■ Missouri Vahey Bridge
Company, of Leaven worth, Kansas,
manufacturers all kinds of Iron Bridge#.
. Office in News building, Denison, anal
Register office, Sher-ian. febnytf
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1876, newspaper, November 30, 1876; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722721/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.