North Texas Enterprise. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1873 Page: 3 of 4
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pXUURDAY, JULY 19,_
Local and Hereabouts.
New h$y cctpiing in.
jgjr We v^ill aunouuce candidates
for the Legislature at $10 each.
• ^ ^— ‘
jar Gre^t fatality among the
weeds and grass |Q the fanners’ fields
during the recent hot weather.
Wjg~ We are indebted to G'apt. J no.
M. Biggerstoff, just returned from
Denison, f>r late St. Louis papers.
Sfeg~ The man with the flea ex-
terminator could drive a living trade
i» this city at the prespnt timp.
j«W Our thanks aro due jlon. M.
C. Hamilton, U. S. Senator, for
Mr. Jesqe MeQuigg, south of the
square, keeps a general produce
storo and family grocery, and sells
Iqt AVe hope other candidates
will announpo fof Sheriff, to fill the
vacancy Of those blown away intho
J9* We Jijui (v call on Tuesohy
from T. B. yarbrough Esq.,of Honey
Grove, the popular candidate for
Prof. Addispp Clark, of Fort
AVorth, arrivod in the pity night
bofore last, and will preach at the
Seminary this evepmg and to-
DAVIS & CHAIN,
At the old Alexander Corner,
RUSSELL. RAINEY AND CQ„
’l |Sncceaaors to J. W. & J. R. Russell & Cp ]
irivo. forwarding * commission merchants,
Whol^le Grocers & Gptton Factors,
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American Power Oo., Biandy’s Steam Ar,1>
II kinda of Machinery.
j n 1 tf
to Hannibal, aro now nun
Iron, Steel, Carpenter^ Tools, ^ails,
Horseshoes,, etc. etc.,
Iu fact, a general Hardware establishment.
npg* Roofing, Guttering, Piping, etc., put up in stylq to
LeGierse & Sojiulte,
Cooking* Stoves lor the Cadies!
ff RATING STOVES FOR YOU& PARLORS AND OFFICER It
3Q3, 8Q5, 207 strand, Galveston.
BATEMAN dt BRO.,
arding & Commision Merchants
Elegantly Equips miq.
through to Han qi hit I without change
Passengers for Point*' hi ...
Missouri, Iowa, WiHcousip, M
to, tho upper Aliasikkippj '
Northeu add Central lllmoia
«»t and QuickuKt R„ut& ~
Cars will continue to run th.
without chattg* VIA
1,1 A, as heretofore,
Pbr fitirinforniation aa to
a correct map of Uiis Line
•< t •
connection*, also a beautiful Ohronnt
view of this Line and the towns and
country through •-»».£
W. G. Vosl,
P. H. Childress.
Geo, Vt Alford, ,
Ualuston, Rusk, Wazabaebie. flt, Lout •
ALFORD. MILLER <fc VEAL,
O'J STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS. • *
else usually kept in a stove and tin-ware
F. P. WELLS,
ALFORD, VEAL & C.O.,
218 N. Commercial Street, ST. LOUTS, MO.,
, COTTON FACTORS,
General Commission .Merchants,
Banging ant Ties furnished at Lowest Cash Rates, to be paidfor when Cotton it told
Order 1 teAt tt> UtHer Hotter f<rr Merchandise, Plantation Supplies, Panning UtcnSiU.
Machinery, jo, promptly flUM. Exchange for sale on N York. N Orleans and SI Louis
ALL persons desiring to pure
cheap town lota in the CI.TY OS
SAVOY, can do so by palling on
H. W LYDAY& SON, agent?
Texas & Pacific Rajlwuy Oo- Cqme
and examine the 'tnap and hear
j * ’» asuu uoir tho ,
tkrms at our office up utairs in the
WIT All that Mr. J. H. King said,
when wo asked him how inueh wo
owod him for hauling a hundred
pounds of freight, was, “Give the
eonventionors fits! ” AVo’ll do it.
jgy Wednesday tiie mail-bag from
Shorman came down with a new
brass lock attached, for which no
key was sent along, and the post-
master had to send it on below
West Bide of the Square, BONiiA^.
llooling, guttering, piping, etc., put up iu style to order.
' . .....
J. B. Abernathy,
Big 3rick Store West of Square, Bqnbaiq,
|n jsia Slpo Stove,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SQUARE,
HAS A LARGE ASSO^TM^NT OF
i^r. Win. Tomlinson brings
a wagon-load of tisli to town every
Saturday, principally large blue cat.
Wo got ono tiqree feet long [ast Sat
urday. They are caught iu Red
®gr We had a call on Monday
from KUJ. Win. A. Nowel; (that was,)
who stole the pretty l^ck-eyed
widow at L^dpoia last winter, and
caused us to write tho “R,opmncc.”
Ho is now a resident of the Indian
Nation, and jjyes four mi^pe bey or d
J6tejr Our heart *yasmade to tlmmp
jiatriotically, a day or twp ago, over
tho reception of a big SUCK of super
flno family flour, put up ^expressly
for the Enterprise folks by that
prince of inill-men, Capt. phiijdix,
of Savoy. Chiddix knows exactly
how to do it—does.
Boots # S^oes zti general Pcrcbai\bi«,
Wjli^h he is spiling
HEAP for cash!!
Don’t fail tp Call on us.
WELDON Sc REDNER.
EATON Sc BATTLE,
General Merchandise, ,*) ’'
SCOTT Sc ROSS,
Ladonia. Taxaa qi-
Ladies’ Fancy Dress oqode, Boots, Shoes,^[and Hats,
St^plp Dry Goods, Stationery, etc.
COI & BORN,
North side of the Public square, Bonham,
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIIl FINE STOCK OF
HI W SPEIHGc GOODS!
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Stationery, Cloth
ing, Family Goods & Groceries—Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal
ctc0 ctCo etc.,
J. M. NUNN,
Cheap For Cash!!
Has now one pi the most complete
Stocks of Me^chapisk onw Fim iw warebon
Will take all kinds of country produce at the highest
po38 *6 3m
me in Deniaon.
Jas. A George A co
That charqiing pair of higii-
lioelod gf^rs, that decorate the
pedal dieparppont of onr editor, is a
present fr©|» tho store-house of that
popular njprchant, Mr. Buckner
Abernathy, who has just received
from St. Iioui3 a lino stock of now
merchandise. He calls special at-
tention to his assortment1 of bqots
and shoes, a lapro pomploto atoex
than is generally brought to Bon-
Lam at this season of the year.
N NORTH TEXAS,
Which will l?e jspld yery low for cash.
ALL GOODS PRICED IN CJJRRLNCY.
All indebted tp 111 will ploaso sottlo immediately.
VYest Side of the Pubuc Square, Bom^iak, *
NEW SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
Botjits, Shoes, and Hats, Ladies’ Dress Goods, Gentlemen s
Clothing, Staple Goodp, etc. etc.
Jteceyhng, Forwarding and General Commi^iQD Merchants
Wholesale Dealers In
STAPLE GROCERIES and PLANTATION 8UfPLl|13, <Jso.
Fire Proof Warehouse, Main Si., DENISON, - - - r - TEXAS.
ygents for ike Celebrated Easterly Reaper and Rower, Invincible Vibrator Thresher and
Horse, Powers, Pliasnix Cotton Gins, Pint Apple, Zebra and Palm Cooking Stores and Pht-
\trr», and Depot for the IVestern Ott Co., St. Louis,' Mo. Cath Advances made on CoA-
ijnttmrult to onr Correspondents.in New York, Galveston, and fit, Louis, Mo.
JNO. T. KENNEDY Sc BRO.,
Drugs A Medicines,
FULLER k KENNEDY,
J. I. FAISON, 1
AH kinds of Furniture,
H. E. STEVEN J.
Hardware, Sc family Groceries ,ni*
Ladonia. Texaj. * ’
1 ibt v
Bpot \nj Shoe Shop.
[SouthwosUof the Square, Bonham
J. K. Collins is prepared to do work
of the finest character dnqe in the
country. Boats, Shoes &, Slippers
rnade| to order. Competition Challeng-
ed. Repairs done with neatnqss.
^e &• Ai J. I
A few daya ago a jnan halted bis
.tofim in tho streot below our office,
.toA off ttio wagon sheet and with a
saw began deliberately sawing to
pieces a lnmp of ice as large us a
sugar hogshead. Our devil ran to
the door and asked him if tb,o “hail
was much destructive up the coun-
try,” and whether “many such
stones ns that fell whore I10 whs ?”
Jt was ice from Denison, we gqass,
for Allen and Johnson, for in a
little while four large dishes of
“refrigerated delight" (ice cream)
were set down upjjn our table. W q
thought it rathe* “cpol,” but never
Cheap for Cash!!
. . • t as » n v» n . J _ T1 _ 1 A .1-1.
SAVOY, Fannin Cq.‘, TEXAS.
A special assortments,^ Ladies’ flee Dress Goods, £ latest styles,] and
Having/euqntly purchased the en-
tire interest in fhja' mill, formerly
owned by Roberts & Chiddix, I
would respectfully announce to the
Ja Ei Smith,
* [Southwest Corner Publio Square, Boubam,]
Has one of-the most complete stocks of
Go to J. M. ^heejlcr, plain street,
Denison, Texas, for harness, sad-
dlery, shoe leather, shoe lasts, and
all kinds of shoe findings. Prices
reasonable. He has just received a
large lot of.Rouble-rigged saddlos.
The best of. everything ip his line
always k*pt on hand.
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Burnett, Tom R. & Farr, Jim. North Texas Enterprise. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1873, newspaper, July 19, 1873; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth913474/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.