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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 September 1878

* > 4 ; <0* f I > i < « I > 4 $66 OPIUM A WEEK in your own town. Terras and VSoutfit free. Addr'sH HallPt&Co.,l'ortluud,Mo. liuhii A Kkin Diseases. Thousands cured. Lowest Prices. I)o nut fall to write. l)r.F.EMarsh.<Juliicy.Mlob * jp^FINE ART NOVELTIES jtfit Fit 1:1:! j, h. ButfOED'i Sons, Boston. |AM A yxcn Men for ontt y<*ar, to begin work at VI AN I £11 once. Hrvlaryruir. BuHiiit*mh first cluas. ——WWIPB 1 M^luMUOU Glahm VS 01 I ■' UTOU Uf AllJTCn Agent*—Everywhere, tose!'. TV Mil I CU uur'now Invention a necesHlty—no competition- used In every Ikhiho Hells on Hlghtr-proflUi lui-Re. Don't fall to write to S. <J. Spaldino JiOo., Cmeugo. r. Footers Health Monthly. io royHlorta*p pagan. Edited 117 Oia. E. li. Ktior*. SB. mndJk. Sent 011 trial tor 1 inonUiA foi FOUR 3-cent STAMPSI Murray 11UI Put). (Jo., 129 E. lisUlSt.. N. K. I) CARPENTER'S Ilucliliie will cut smooth and trim. J'rlco $2.50. Il- lustrated circular freo. E. llotli & llro., NowOxford, Pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 September 1878

m :& & Love Young Dream K*. I«- I I The Daily Hews. DENISOIN, SUNDAY Sri'TEMBER 15, 1S7S. Ice cream at C. K. Eupers to-day. — - —<+• - - Guiteau & Wnldron have made il.e science of phuimncy their life- study. — . Fish Tuesday morning at Gaisman's. - — — 1 ♦ Arthur Coffin has purchased four lots near the race track, and intends building a brick residence. 1 ■ Fifty-six styles of twenty cent fall goods at die Star Store. 15 tt. Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad earnings increased the first week in September $5,000. J. H. Dorman, car accountant of the C., B. & Q., from Builington, Iowa, is in the city Call at Salisbury's this morning and get a can of Baltimore Saddle Rock oysters for your dinner. 15 2W* The Comanche chiefs who have been in the city several days looking for stolen horses, returned to Fort Sill Saturday. The finest roased coffee is now on exhibition at Gaisman & Co.'s Mr. Mike Sweeney, section boss M., K. & T., purchased on Saturday the hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 September 1878

w n * ^ <v < </ a / tly :d, <!> 162i4^Xv /fy tar^f/^/^v ' I f! >> V i i ti P A 1 H .;' I i !iVil fl " '' ''!'''%,; R> ' V... Vol. VL Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning. September 17, 1878. No. 176. IN EVEnY DEPARTMENT, BY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fannels, New Blankets, New Oassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchirsgs, Novelties in Ties. THISISTHEHKEnii Are sold Cheap. No MISREPRESENTATION' allowed. Strictly ONE PRICE, and courteous treatment to all. Orders by mail solicited, and prompt attention given to same. Patronize M. GOLDSOLl/fe CO. •THE UOHTH.TEXAS COMPRESS, OF Is now ready to receive, weigh, mark, sample, store coin press and ship cotton to all points. Bring vour cotton to Denison, where ths freiyht rates are lower than anywhere else in Northern Texas and where buyers can ar.d do pay HIGHEST PRICE FOR COTTON The priecs paid f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 September 1878

J 1 - T Wv*:' fw pr'-£ ' b fixe JEMlg flews. I eisjson." TUESDAY SEPTEMBER if, 1878 ■===—=■-=-- =< County Quarantine Order. In the County Court of- Grayson ) County, Tex.,Sept. Term, '78. I Otdejed by the court that the fol- lowing regulations he adopted for Gray son county: From and after September 13th, 1878, no passengers, freight, mail or express packages will he allowed to enter Grayson county from points beyond the State line, until further notice, except under the following restrictions : First—.Ml freights of every char- acter coming from beyond the State limits and the county of Grayson, and consigned to any point in said county, shall have an affidavit of the shippers attached to the way bill, that it has not been in any place in- fected with yellow fever since July 20th, 1878. All freights from with- out the State, and consigned to points outside this county, and not appearing to be from* any infected place, may be allowed to go through- out, but not to be unloaded in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 September 1878

* L 1 J JSSIMrP 5 * ■' ' Vwr 5R H , ,i © . v.,,. f. . *■■ Jfifl ;. . ..': ■■ .,'*•■ S$* ;v >* ■ ' ' -t '• 5y"- Jj.% 1 ;■ ; . ' ^ w T ► o I <• ♦ A. T'^ Wholesale Liquors. |£ENTUClvY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY V w \v H fl HS8S I< K Y Y W vr w w Ii M II H 8 K K Y Y www w 11 II II S 1C K Y Y w w w w H Fl 11 8 K K Y Y www w HHHH 11 ssss K K YY w w w w II 1! ii H K K Y ww ww II 11 II I K K Y w w 11 H (1 8 N K K V w w 11 U II K K Y Imported and Domestic VI ines, IlrnmHes, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Sta>- Store. 'tf Jf: ^£SEfi£S§Sl TTff Hotels and Restaurants. ' pHE LEE HOUSE, H. EDDY. Proprietor, DENISON, Boots and Shoos. A. UIILIG, FASHIONABLE BOOT ANI) SHOE MAKER. TEXAS. This House is well and favorably known as a fust-cliiNH hotel, both for per- manent and transient quests. 9* 12-dwtf W HITE HOUSE, W. J. BUDD, Proprietor. (Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,) Northeast corner of Morgan street and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 September 1878

etus. DENISON. . TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1878. Scarcely any passengers from the not th, Monday. Guiteau & Waldron have made the science of pharmacy their life- ■tiuly. . —— M. Goldsoll & Co., T. Porter and M. Singer were receiving part of their fall goods Monday. Meals at all hours of the day and night at M. C. Brown's Pioneer ba- ktry establishment. 17-iw This week several parties arrived here from Philadelphia looking lip locations for business. Mrs. Voshurg, wife of our enter- prising sewing machine agent, had an attack of sickness within the past few days, but we are glad to notice is convalescing again. Homemade tafly candy at C. R. Euper's. 7-11-tt There were only seven bales of cotton on the public square at Sher- man yesterday noon. They report I receipts dull there for the past two days. Jifst received, and since the de- cline in prices, Shelby's pure white lead, at Guiteau & Waldron's. ♦ Sunday seventeen cars of cattle were shipped to Chicago, and six to St. Loui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 September 1878

— Vol. vi SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES st. r-ou^s Exposition and Fair Sept. 9th to OctobeV 12, 1878. — TIIR— m. k. & t. railway, Will sell Excursion Tickets from all Sta- tions on its line (via Sednlia,) To ST. LOUIS &2 RETURN, At greatly reduced rates, on the follow- ing days: September 8lh.9th, 17th, 24th and 30th. October 1st, 6th and 71 !i. Tickets good eight davs. Octobcr 8th, 9th and loth. Tickets good until Octubci L.sui, inclusive. Also, from September 9th to October 10th, inclusive, the M., K. & 1'. Railway will sell tickets every day To ST. LOUIS & RETURN, VIA HANNIBAL, And the splendid Steamers on the Missis- sippi River. Tickets good 10 days from date of sale. Try this great pleasure route to St.. Lou- is, via Hannibal. A full band of music on every boat. For further information call on our agent at the station. Rate from Denison to St. Louis and return, only $30. T. W. teakdale, Jas. D. Brown, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt. Gen'l Pass Agt. Denison, Texas, Wednesday M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 September 1878

THE WINKELMEYER BEER. Merchant Tailor ANNOUNCEMENTS Banks. ; but when gorged sue vomits disease and death to all in the vicin- ity. Tsrakl Uali University of Michigan, department of Science, Literature and Arts, Ann Arbor, August 24 n\U\ JXcuis. QUALITY AND STYLE. BANK, DENISON, TEXAS. N ATIONAI IR ST For Justice of the Poace, Preoinot DKN1SUN. NESDAY.. SEPTEMBER 18, 1878. We'are authorized to announce John L. Riddle as a candidate for justice ol the peace, precinct No. 2. at the Novem ber election. Professor Hall on Empt IU103 Vtilliorizod Capital $500,000 00. mm LOCALS. BPBC1AI We are authorized to announce Rob bert J. Wilson oi Whiteshoro, as * ran* diriute for county ber flection legitimate Banking business ss©r at the Novem- For Constable, Procinot No. 2 oo y y ddi) o o y y d d [j ti o o y y d d \, L O O y d d LLLLLLLL oo y ddi) H 11 I K I1UH H H H 11.: Special attention given to collections in Missouri, Kansas andTexus. EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD SIGHT Skv the United States On p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 September 1878

t * « I V ► > 4 h> <1 ^ 1 > I f "'i 1 " '■ • ; ' ;: ' : • '.. . " '• ■' Wholesale Liquors. j^ENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY p w AV H H II KS8H K K V V W WW w 11 11 T1 8 8 K K Y Y w w w w II H 11 8 K K Y Y w w w w II !l II 8 K 1C Y Y w w w w HHII1I II 8888 KK YY w w w w H H II 8 K K Y WW WW B H 11 8 K K Y W w 11 11 11 8 8 K K V w w II H II S8SS K K Y Imported and Domestic W iiios, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. TRADF; V La. =5-- Hotels and Restaurant#. ^IIE LEE HOUSE, H. EDDY. Proprietor, DENISON, - - - TEXAS, j This House is well and favorably known i as a fust-class h'otel, both for per- manent und transient guests. 9-12-dwtf! Boots and Shoes. A.. IJ II L I Q , A.R.COLLINS & CO., Livery Stable*. FASHIONABLE W HITE HOUSE, W. J. BUDD, Proprietor. (Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,) Northeast corner of Morgan street and Austin a venue, and con- venient to the UNION D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 September 1878

. , . 1. v :;"r ■ itxos. itvjesqjv. >AY.. SEPTEMBER i3, 1878. ~ Thirteen car loads of cattle were shipped north Tuesday. Nine car loads were shipped to Gregory, Cool- ey & Co., Chicago, three car loads to MulhaH & Scaling, St. Louis, and t-Re wife of Major Hardwick re- | one car load to Hannibal Meat Co., li from the east last Friday. at llanuibal, Mo. Can't Stand the Racket THE COUNTY QUARANTINE. ec= IM.I, . 11. .■■l; ."V Tho ML, K. & T. 111 Full Accord With its Provisions. Ed. Lee, of Hanna, Owens & Co., left yesterday morning for the west. | ®c'100' 's' 0U'.V ,etl J } « 1 Star Store. Roubaix, Bourette, drv goods for cents at the Hon. —— President laic Greenback Primary Con- vention i Dear Sii ;—Alter thanking, through you, iliu greenback party of Precinct No. \ a for the honor conferred in making me; nirwnv Trv\« Q -ih the nomine-or your party for justice of ? ' 1IVVS' lH> l7' the peace, I most respectfully decline said Editor Dmly JVcvjs : nomination—not be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 September 1878

il Lr> t t f -A ' entstm v:: Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tih ksoay Morning. September io, 1878. No. 178. IN EVEltY DEPARTMENT, I1Y M. GOLDSOLL & Co EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres. New Fannels, New Blankets, New Cassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THiSISTHEHOUSEWHEfjEGOODGGODS Are sold Cheap. No MISREPRESENTATION allowed. Strictly ONE PRICE, and courteous treatment to all. Orders by mail solicited, and prompt attention given to same. Patronize M. GOLDSOLL & CO. THE NORTH TEXAS COMPRESS, op I>E31>a-I^Or^? TEX Is now ready to receive, weiifh, mntk. sample, store compress and ship cotton to all points. Bring your cotton to Denison, where the freight rates arc lower than anywhere else in Northern Texas and where buyers can and do pay HIGHEST PRICE FOR COTTON The prices paid for cotton at Denison last season were from .{to 5 of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 September 1878

THE WINKELMEYER BEER Merchant Tailor ANNOUNCEMENTS. 3prc Batly 31 cm5. SPECIAL LOCALS. Banks QUALITY AND STYLE. THE MILD POWER O XT n. 33 jS HUMPHREY3 HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. PAIRS'!" NATIONAL HANK, DEN1SON, TEXAS For Justice of tho Poaco, Proeincl No 2 DENIU-iON. THURSDAY....SEPTEMBER ig 1878. Mires rMJ mm H H 1 I. OO V Y DDI) 11 II I, I, O f> V v I) I) 11hii i. i. o o YY l> i) ii ii i, 1, o () y i) 1) 11 H:: UXLU.LL OO Y UIH> „ Merchant ailor. GENTLEMEN'S FINE GARMENTS- FINE SUITS FOR BUSINESS WEAR I Y* HaydonEdwards,, ol' Ohio, late secretary of legation at Brazil, says that it is related there that ihe Em- peror Dom Pedro reported the Unit- ed Stales to be sixteen or twenty years in advance of Europe in gen- eral public civilization, roads, coin improvements, etc. The bigots of California mindful of the early meeting of the constitu- tional convention of that state and satisfied in their minds that the peo- ple there "have wandered from the paths of the living God," have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 September 1878

Wholesa\« LVquors. J^ENTUCfvY WHISfc^ DEPOT. v. f| pi.,, EPPSTEIN BRC^., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY 4* *s? •J ( D ) f * I V ' I v t - f *1 n w "W H II u HASH K K V Y vv w W AV 11 II 11 H 8 K K Y Y w w w w II H ir S K K Y Y w vv w w II 11 11 8 K K. Y Y w w w w 1IIIH11 ii 8888 KK YY vv w w w H II n 8 S K K Y WW WW 11 H 11 K K Y w w II II 11 8 S K K V \v w II a 11 8888 K K Y Imported and Domestic W iuos, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in DenUon. Next Door to the Star Store. XBASE / ¥ mark I Hotols and Restaurants. TpHE LEE HOUSE, H. EDDY. Proprietor, Roots and Shoes. —— A. U1ILIG, FASHIONABLE 1I00T AND SHOK HAKEI1. A, R.COLLINS & CO., . Livery Stable*. sr. avt. parh's WIIITESBORO, TEXAS. This Mouse is well and favorably known as a first-class hotel, both for per- manent and transient quests. y- i2-dwtf ■y^THItE HOUSE, W. J. BUPD, Proprietor. (Formerly Auttin Avenue Hotel,) Northeast corner of Morgan street and Austin avenue, and co venient to the Ph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 September 1878

'>'<v • ^j. W. > fj . J.v( ., . ,J . v|jJ. . >;fl m aity flews. DEN1SON. SDAY. •. • SEPTEMBER 19, 1878. Thirty-seven cars of stock went north last evening. Guiteau & Waldron sell at living priccs. All of our business houses are re- ceiving their fall and winter goods. Several carloads of freight are quarantined at the M., K. & T. depot. The people of Sherman are clam- oring for a new bridge oyer a muddy chasm on Houston street. A fine line of baby carriages just received at Brown's Bazaar. Five car loads of cotton were re- ceived at Bell plain yesterday for shipment east, by the M.. K. & T. Mrs. George will please accept the thanks of the editor for late copies of Washington, D. C., papers. Homemade taffy candy at C. R. Euper's. 7-11-tt* Yesterday M., K. & T. passenger train No. 1 brought in sixty through passengers for the south. Conductor Mabry is tunning the Denison & Southeastern train in place of Mr. Ware, who is down with chills and fever. Prof....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 September 1878

— Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, September John Wesley Hardin. PLAGUE POTENTATE. DESTRUCTION'S DAM. VEGETINE The Dursting Forth ol Pent Up Waters. Bronze John's Ruinous Reign Unchecked. IN EVKItY DEPARTMENT, BY I m j K-vii I ( IP w V ;i k 1 4s M. GOLDSOLL & Co EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres. New Fannels. . New Blankets, New Cassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THISISTHEH0USEWHEREG99D000DS Are sold Cheap. No MISREPRESENTATION allowed. Strictly ONE PRICE, and courteous treatment to all. Orders by mail solicited, and prompt attention given to same. Patronize M. GOLDSOLL & CO. THE 1T0HTE TEXAS COMPRESS, op Is now ready to receive, weiifh, mark. sample, store compress and ship cotton to all points. Bring jo\ir cotton to Denison, where the freight rates are lower than anywhere else in Northern Tcx.is and where buyers can and d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 September 1878

THE WINKELMEYER BEER. Merchant Tailor. Banks. c glailu 3Uu)$. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER U H B HUMPHREYS HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFIC8 Por Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2 DEN1SON. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER JO, 18^8 Municipal Officers. n < L" ' 1 j ( 11. M. GRUHRS Mayor VV. D. KIRK President of Council WILLIAM HAHDWICK Marshal A. II. COFFIN Assessor Si Collector O. K. O'MAl.EY Treasurer E. F. KADKLBFF Cltv Clerk G. O. HANDEI.I City Attorney cqijnc1lman- W. M.PECK, COVNCtLMEN—all WARD! J. C. FEU.D, II. TONE. COISNC1LMEN—JO WARIi: A. O. I1ALI.I VV. n. KIHK. COUNCILMEN—4TII WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. -18t ward : ED. N. ALLEN. The most prominent question agi- ; tating the leading minds at the State ; capital just now is what is Ex-Gov- emor E. J. Davis figuring fur. Some think he is rnxious to run for Congress, and others that he is work- ing in the interest of Jones. No doubt he expressed his honest senti- ments when he said t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 September 1878

A,'. >P- e- ire in Livery Stable* Hotels and Restaurants. Boots and Shoes Wholesale Liquors A.R.COLLINS & CO., J. M. A. . TJ II LIG, FASHIONABLE HOOT AND SHOE MAKER. ENTUCK.Y WHISKY DEPOT. GENERAL AND RESTAURAN! ON EUROPEAN PLAN. L L i L AAA N NND D M.I,I. A AN NN DDD NN N DDI) NN ND I) N N N I) J) tt (;<;<; WD BROKERS IN City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. ECLIPSE FEED, SALE AND LIVERY STABIE COR. MAIN ST. AND RUSK AVE. f V" < > Svi. - k* A EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY f w \\ H 11 II H*SB8 K K Y Y to w w w II II II H S K K Y Y W WW w 11 H II 8 K K Y Y w w w w H H H H K K Y Y w w w w 11IIII11 II 88AR KK YY w w \v w H H II 8 K K Y WW WW II H II I K. K Y w w II H 11 8 S K K Y w. w II H II 8888 K K Y Imported and Domestic W lues, Hrnndies, Cigars, Tobacco. Meals can be had at any time, day or night for 25 cents. Good cool looms to accommodate the traveling public or families, FIRST-GLASS ACCOMMODATIONS GUARANTEED. Cornet Main Street and Houston Ave- nu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 September 1878

m i ■ ■ t! 1 lailtj f£ews. DENIBON. IDA.Y SEPTEMBER jo, 1S7S. H i II ; 1 I 1 ' "i i A l| I I r.'. Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2. We are authorized to announce Cap> tain VV. t). Kirk, as a Democratic candi- date for |u«tice of tiie Pence tor Precinct No. 2, at the November election. Mr. Fred. Wilson lias accented a position in the Dollar Store. 1,000 pairs of ladies shoes at the Star Store. 15 tf* The Star Store was receiving new goods all day yesterday. A fine line of baby cairiages just received at Brown's Bazaar. Homemade taffy candy at C. R. Euper's. 7-11-tt Mr. H. Goldman will open a shop on Main street in a few days. He is a first-class watch repairer. Fresh Lager at all times, at Yeidel's. The Fort Worth Democrat chron- icles the serious illness of Mrs. Chas. Bayne. Guiteau & Waldron sell at living prices. There are four cotton gins inDen- ison, and yet they are unable to perform the work required of them. Ladies' kid Newport tics $1.25 at Sherburne's. Mr. Morris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 September 1878

Dmiscm iXfttJG. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, September 21,1878. No. 180. 1 1 1 1 *■ /, • 1 M IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, I1Y M. GOLDSOLL & Co EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fannels, New Blankets, New Cassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THIS IS THE MSEWBEG0OD GOODS Are sold Cheap. No MISREPRESENTATION allowed. Strictly ONE PRICE, and courteous treatment to all. Orders by mail solicited, and prompt attention given to same. Patronize M. GOLDSOLL & CO. THE ITORTH TEXAS COMPRESS, OF TE2XAS. Is now ready to receive, weisjh, mark, sample, store compress and ship cotton to all points. Bring vour cotton to Denison, where the freight rates are lower than anywhere else in Northern Texas and where buyers can and do pay HIGHEST PRICE FOR COTTON The prices paid for cotton at Dfenison last season were from \ to :1 of a cent per poun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 September 1878

w r....SEPTEMBER 21, 1S7S. & :-'i*. II HI mil—II sff ■' •w— Bl pairs oI ladies slices at the r Store. 15 tf. The attendance of pupils at the public school is increasing daily. A fine line of baby carriages just received at Brown's Bazaar. • - An immense amount of mail mat- ter is accumulating at the post of- fice. — - — Just received, and since the de- cline in prices, Shelby's pure white lead, at Guiteau & YValdron's. Sixty-five through passengers ar- rived on the M., K. & T. mail train yesterday. Gaisman haa received a lot of fresh vegetables from the north. J. L. Notaht fitted out nine cow boys yesterday with new saddles and bridles. Chickens, ducks and eggs at Gaisman & Co.'s. Will Southern, agent for the Sing- er Sewing Machine Company, came over from Sherman yesterday. Homemade tafly candy at C. R. Euper's. 7-11-tf Bdl Everheart was in the city yes- terday. He is confident of being re- elected sheriff by a large majority. 300 ladies wanted to buy 35 cent slippe...

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