The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1880 Page: 3 of 4
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Texas street, corvee spring, seervkpoet, luvu
WHOLESALE A XI> RETAIL DEALER IS
XAIlfl, AOWlVLTWUt (MPLEMENTN,
qbIy $2,00 for tho Watch
M On* Yoar.
the latter part of last
DRY ROODS, Notions, Clothing, BOOTS. SHOES. Hats Caps.
|Tu lhc weather wa* warm ami
like, ami put people in the
JJton d going to gardeulng.
!• the genuine ol.l Santa Claus
r.rthiise- Co amt see.
Hats, Um ,
fC f I.Dinqi
V. M. KICK'S
I* Texas Ht. Shreveport, La.
Dealer la German and American
. - w||<» | lit YU ISJCM Ull an
2t\kit to relatives In I*nl«wtine.
--rhe*! home In health ami safety
.^Thursday lant, and were warm-
jy received l»y relatives and
Mewl* ai , „ _
Toys ! Tojrntt
Till you can't rent, at Quest &
Co*. , _____ .
t heap Kails!
II you want a cheap and durable
jolt of clothes for the holidays,
Levi Itosentlial A Co.. Henderson
Teins, is the place to get It. IHjcHtf.
It you want to pare upon the
mnMt beautiful and cheap stock of
millinery ’goods you ever laid eyes
apon. call "ii Mr*. C. II. Hyde,
«hcn you visit Marshall.
and all klads of
Pictures, Frames and En-
ORDF.KS from tbs country wll
receive special and prompt atten-
tion. Prices to suit the times.
NO. 10 TEXA8 STREET,
Warehouse. I, *, f, 4 C and «, e<
the Htrand, Corner Com*
SHREVEPORT. « LA.
Aug. 18, ’00 6m.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND CIO AH DEALERS,*
WAREHOUSE AT MARSHALL, TEXAS. .
Main Offiee at
Dry Ooods, Clothing, Boots
mid Shoes, Groceries and
10 Levee Street, next door to J. H.
.Stephens', BHREVDPORT, LA.
dec 1680 6m.
Na.W Walnut Ht„ CINCINNATI, O.
We are Sole Ageots for the OsMnatod. parr Bourbon
Marbls Head Whisky.
rkr 8t. MW Of,
Western Produce, llay, Grain and
No-16 Levee Ht., Hhrevaport, La.
dee Jjf 60 ly. __
Let I Resent ka IA I*.
Texas, will sell their
Fnur-and-a-balf Milan Went of
hrp* stock of boots, shoes, lints,
Kaplcdry goods, and dress goods
«t great ly reduced price* from this
time on, they lu>|» their Panola
Mends will not forge! this. DecNtf
Fine mules and homes, and at
priemns low as they inn be bought,
ran always lie seen ut the wagon
ran! of Col. A. C. Mitchell, in
Enveport. If you want any-
thing in this line, you should call
on him hef >re buying.
K- J. IIANlLim,
JEf.lTF.1 C TIM EM
and Dealer in Tla Copper and Sheet
Iron Ware. COOKING, PA limit
and OFFICE TTOVER,
Queenswarr. Glassware, lamp*
and lantm, Hollow Ware, Cistern
Pumps and Pines.
No. AO Texaa Ht., Hhreveport, La.
dec IA NO ly.
dealer in ||
IRON AND WOODEN BEAM
•ion M err hunts, Kg
•t, New rrrleans.
When you go to Marshall, of
course you want your horse well
fed ami nibbed; well, if you do
put him in “smiling” Charley
llyuson’s stable, and all will be
ing and heating
and manufacturer of tinware, and
EXAM WAGON YARD.
SALK and FEED STABLES,
STOCK LOTS, etc.,
Texas Avenue, adjoining Elk Horn
I Stock fed at 23 Cents per Head.
A. t\ MITCHELL, Proprietor
Highest price paid for Hides,
Wool, Chickens, Turkey, egga,
wax and Tallow nug is,’;n»ly
agent f r
tup's Flvtiaf Iron,
The best In* the market ;
All ot these goods will he sold for
lesa money than they can bo bought
at anywhere ebe Is Enstora Trass,
(hit and be coovlnerd.
Shop opposite to Market boom,
Oct. M NO .1m
lia! Ilo.' There!
We have the largest <-t«»ck of
emsbin every line ever brought to
Hnsk-mon, ami we will sell them
rhrnisr than any other In man can
ugnl t<>. Wo hope uur I'auota
wanty friend-* will not forget thi*
ad give us a eull when they visit
I.i.vi R»*si.;xi m ai. A Co.
Him. J. Vfc Truit. of Shelby
manly, |.;tid the Wat«tim%n n
My t ut pleasant call on Friday
Geo. A.) Lelly
Kelly ville, Marion Co*, TtxUU.
If yon want something nice
to eat, and a good clean bod
to sleep on, when yon go to
Houdcrson, call at the Hen-
derson Honne. R. J.' When
ton, proprietor. •• tf.
N»» rnper next Week.
Adberelng to a eu**t*>ni that we
have religiously <*ltvrv«l for the
pa-<t twelve yearn, we announce
that no paper will l« issued from
this nflV.-c next week. Printers,
like oilier people, like rest and re-
creation; besides, it nvjuirca a
week's time to clean up the office
and prepare for (Ik* business of the
P.y the permission of a kind
Providence, tho Watchman will
again greet its patrons on the 6th
of January, 1801, and will endenv-
or to be with them during the com-
ing year in nil their Joys and sor-
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•ere-limits fur Ik
ides, Wind, IW*.
:. »’• and 17 Mm
Wholesale and Retail Dmlsr In
Foreign and Domestic Frwtts. nnta.
Her. Ila-'on Twotny. who was
•skh wav home from the Grand
Ldgcnt Houston, jaiid Vis re>|s*ets
talk* Wa i< iimvx on last Friday.
Herrports a m*r*t liarinonbnis and
potable session of the Masonic
- m • • • mi - —
take's Texas Almanac and Im-
uiput’s Handbook for 1NH1, is on
<« table. It is full of va'nabl© in-
tnalion, and it should be in the
knfo of every family in and out
•titan, as It gives much valua-
Ibbtarmatiou to those seeking
tat here. Price, 73 cents. The
M* map of Texaa, acenm paying
tanerk is worth the money. Ja*.
N«,lr. Houston, Texaa, pub-
MAKI'F.MTCKKU OP AMP DEAly
HTOVEN and TINWARE,
HHEKT IRON and COPPER
Roofing and Guttering of all dp
I Wines ".nd U*
l)ce 1 IAN
|YY A « •.,
All with one accord, riae np and
aay that Qnest’a toya thin year
am prettier And cheaper than
I^OAZMAN BONDING HOUSE
and Feed Stable*
Center Spring nod trmrU BL
REDUCSD PRICES, MEALS
j^tQPoiu a Specialty.
Levi Hnaenthral ft Cn. Header;
son, Texan, ham the large* and
cheapest stock of ready-made
Clothing ever brought to that
market, and they propose
to and will sell cheaper than sack
goods have over been bought in
Texas. Tty them. Ihrftf.
WM. BOAZMAN, PHOPBIKTOg.
jpt LDRMHEHI fciu*.
No. 7 A A, Lams Hhreveport, La
DEALERS It OESEEAL MEM
JOHN I. H
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Bowers, Tom M. The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1880, newspaper, December 22, 1880; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895951/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.