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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

. Vol. VI. 1% s % ■?£ ■< 11' u ; 1 ">■' *i * i ■' /| I i, i-Jl ffotoS. — Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, September 22,1878. No. 181. in every department, 11y M.G0LDS0I1 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 HOUSE WHERE GOOD GOODS Arc 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 1T0ETH TEXAS COMPRESS, OF TZEIX-A-SL Is now ready to receive, weigh, mark, sample, store compress and ship cotton to all points. Bring yo'ir 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 Denison last season were f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

•1 tl 1 J the J'aiti) |lews. r> ip n 1 is o n . SUNDAY MQJlNINGh LIFE ON THE RAIL. l>utl*M and llesponslbilltleH of the Loco- motive KiiKineer—Qualification* Requlr- Upon Health. [From the Philadelphia Ledger.] Travelers ^comfortably seated in the luxurious cars now provided by nearly all of the leading railroad companies in this country have but little cause to think about how the engineer, or driv- er, as he is called in England and in Europe, is fixed for comfort or his ca- pacity to care for the lives of those up- on the train. In the early history of railroading, the engineer was subjected to the pelting of storms or the heat of the sua; but, while he is now shut in under shelter and has the advantage of important inventions to aid him, he is still the man more than any other re- sponsible for the safety of the train and those who may be passengers on it. Hence great care is exercised in the se- lection of men for this important posi- tion, and those selected are known to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

/- - ihc Jlailn Hew; <* * 11« i •* XJ > r > h I) 10 N I IS O N • SUNDAY MORNING. ■mi in Mini—■ ■■■ im ■■ n n—— THE HOUTHEltN SCOUItGE. Tlio Yellow Death. At Grenada, August and September, 1878. From sultry marshes In the far South borne, Whore Its foul spirit holds resistless sway, t came to us, all desolate, forlorn, While graves were many pn Its northward way. Beware, beware, oh I men, your helpless lot- Though ye bo pure as snow, It pardons not! From swamps morbific It doth now arise, And with an awful golden touch of death Can close in pain the light of laughing eyes, And stain und spoil with its consuming breath. Beware ye cities and all folk thereof; Beware Its advent, ye that hate or love I It wildly soars on hot and hurried wings, Grim harbinger of terrors and of fears; For It there are no vassals and no kings, Naught hut sad desolation and swift tears. Beware, beware, oh people, as you pray, The dreaded curse speeds sullenly your way I No pity can Its haughty essen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

f I'he Daily i\ciui3. D^fsON. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER^ 2. 1878. Municipal Officers. K. M. ORU1JBS Mayor W. D. KIRK I'rcsMtiit of Council WILLIAM HAUmVlCK Marshal A. 11. COFFIN Assessor S (Collector O. K. O'MALHY Treasurer E. F. HADKI.KI' F City Clurk G. G. KANDELL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WARD ! W. M. PECK, ED. V.ALLEN. COUNCI1.mbn—jd wAi<r>: J. C. FE1L1), II- TONE. COIINCILMEN—JD WAHD: A. O. HALL, W. D. KlltK. COUNCILMIN—4TH WARD: W. R.ROSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. SPECIAL LOCALS. TIIE MILD POWER CURES HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. The quarantine against freights from Houston to Marshall and Dal- las has been raised as useless. D. N. Skillir.gr, nominee of the Butler Democratic State convention in Massachusetts, for State treasurer, declines. The Monitor says Denton county paper is at par; the court-house and jail completed, taxes lower than they have been for ten years, and ev- erything in good running order. The Democracy of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCKY WIIISKY DEPOT. <> ► Ik T T m tm - 4 -I*' > 4 EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY V w w H fl II H88S K K Y Y W WW w II H II S 8 K K Y Y W WW w H II II K K K Y Y w w w w H It II B K K V Y w w w w 11111111 II KSSS KK YV w w w w 11 II II 8 K li Y WW WW 11 II II fl K K Y w w II 11 II 8 8 K K V w vv H H 11 8888 K K Y Imported and Domestic W ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Sta*- Store. TBAnr / V. MARK, Physicians. •^ym. m. nagle, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at the Live ^rug Store, next door to Sherburne's shoe store, Main treet. DENISON, - - TEXAS. 6-io-im* Hotels and Restaurants. PACIFIC HOTEL —AND— R.ESTAURANT ON EUROPEAN PLAN. Meals can be had at any time, day or night for 25 cents. Good cool rooms to accommodate the traveling public or families, FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS GUARANTEED. Corner Main Street and Houston Ave- nue, near the Union Depot. 8 1 Boots and Shoes. A. UIILIG...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

isfflft1' ' —- The Poor Indian. Lo the poor Indian, whose untutored mind Sena God in clouds or hears him in the wind, His soul proud scloncc never taught to stray Far as the solar walk or Milky Way ; Therefore a scientific aborigines Is something which wo never hope U> see, But, seeing, shall immediately K° And report the same to Mr. Ilurnutu's show, Which will prove a bigger attraction than Jenny Llnd and the woolly horse driven tan- dem. Or the Cardiff Giant transported On two freight oars, with straw Intestines Sticking out of his uiouth and oars. Yet simpler nature to his hope has gfven, Behind the oloud-topt hill a humbler hea- ven— Some safer world In depth of woods em- braced, "Some happier Island in tho watery waste, As if a safer world than this could be. Where Government Is kind,and Howards flee From the shadow of an Indian As If the very Old Scratch was after them With a seven-pronged pitchfork. And, reaching a telegraph station, Immediately send word to the Assooiatod...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

a W '* A I CAKE OF THE HEALTH. Cleanliness and IIkalth.—Tho British and Foreign Medical Quarterly, in ona of the most philosophic examina- tions ever made of epidemic diseases, says in substance at tho close of it: We havo thus found that theso scourges spring from the bosom of nature, and that which thus rises from nature is un- der the control of man. We havo found that by cleanliness and proper drainage wo may entirely change tho history of places; that regions once visited by pestilences have shut them out so that that they can no longer trouble them. In this wo shall find such returning to tho lessons of tho fathers of medicine, and not tho least of the blissful results will be that by simply changing from tho aberrations of nature to the use of her beneficent powers in a proper di- rection, we shall banish from whole communities all fear of pestilence. Milk a Solvent of Quinine.—At- tention has recently been called to the fact, not generally known, that milk not only acts as a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 September 1878

" HWwnPhhI' ""J U: ^FTT ■ima:- The Daily Items. ur:rvi!s<>!\. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER SJ, 1878. The grasshoppers have made their appearance in the northern part of the city, and are devastating gardens. New Goods ! New Goods I Look out for the grand opening at M. Goldsoll & Co.'s. 32-tf There will be morning and even- ing services at St. Luke's Episcopal church. French cognac, fine and old at Yeidel's. 22tf A number of persons were airest- ed yesterday for being drunk and down. lee cream at C. R. Euper's to-day. Thirty-seven carloads of cattle were shipped to St. Louis yesterday, and seven cars to Chicago. The News regrets to learn that Mr. Cash. Webb is confined to his room with a severe attack of billious fever. The Denison Hebrew Benevolent association will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Eppstein's. Ice cream at C. R. Euper's to-day. Oysters on shell and fresh fish from Galveston received at the Cos- mopolitan restaurant. Not a solitary offender against the peace and dign...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 September 1878

-4 I * * A*' I tlmtsim iXi'tns. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, September 24,1878. No. 182. IN EVJJUY DEPARTMENT, BY M. GOLDSOLL & €o EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fannels, New Bl&nkets, New Cassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THIS IS THE HOUSEWARE GOO0 SUMS Are sold Clicap. 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. VEGETINE purifies the blood ano gives strength. Du Quoin, 111 , Jan. 21, 1878. Mk. II. R. Strvens:— Dear Sir,—Your "Vegetine" liau been doing wonders for me . Have been hav- ing the Chills and Fever, contractfd in the swamps of the South, nothing giving me relief until I began the use of your Vegetine, it giving me immediate relief, toning up my system, purifying my.bloo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 September 1878

Oii'r X -lli ass—- Merchant Tailor THE WINKELMEYER BEER. Banks. COLUMN. SINGER'S SPECIAL LOCALS. JJailti 3Hms. STYLE. QUALITY AND HANK, IRST NATIONAL DEN1SON, TEXAS Jp DENISON. BSD AY SEPTEMBER 24, 1878. Municipal Offioers. R. M. ORUBBS . Mayor W. r>. KIRK President ot Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. H. COFFIN Assessor St Oollectoi O. H. O'MALKV ...Treasurer E. K. RADKLKF F City Clerk U. O. RANDKLI City Attorney COUNCILMAN— 1ST WAKt) . W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALI-EN. COl'NCILMKN—tV WAKU: J, C. KEILD, II. TONE. COUNC1LMBN—30 WARD: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIRK. COUNCILMAN—4TH WARD : W. II. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAI.. Regular meeting of Council, ftreit Thursday in each month. The Austin Statesman takes a sen- sible view on the quarantine ques- tion. In a late issue it says as it is now managed it is in many of its as- pects indefensible. It must be re- reformed and directed by a single head and system. IIow can an eastern or northern paper communi- cate yellow fever? The yellow plague is not di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 September 1878

vi.y, '■ yy 5;, «- "■ \ ' TJ® ■: -I ■': ' ■ j y \*r fA * \ ^ +- . r.„ ( T f . II f i ' : ' '" "■•- |, ;E'f . -T K Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCkY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in It ENTUO K Y w w \v n W WW W u W WW w w w w w w w w w w www WW WW w w w vv 11 11HII11 II H H H H 11 II II H! 11 n 8 " " 8 H II II II II sass H II S8S8 IK K Y R K K K K K K KK K IC K rc K 8 K K K K f y y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Imported and Domestic \\ ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Sta<- Store. v S / ' SsfitfwIIl w Physicians. M. M. NAGLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at the Live T>rug Store, next door to Sherburne's shoe store, Main treet. DENISON, - - TEXAS. 6-io-im* J_J S. D, BERRY, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Nelson House Block, Residence—On Gandy street, lour doors west of Burnet avenue. 9 6if GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE FROM St. Louis to ihe East cowposno or the VANDALIA LIME, PAN HANDLE AND PENNSYLVANIA R. It. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 September 1878

tig |Jm$. ENI80N. SEPTEMBER j4, 1878. % f'ffl J)r;^ Only one solitary person appeared on the mourner's bench at the May- | or's levee Monday morning. The charge against him was diunk and disorderly. He was fined the usual amount but stay of execution was ! granted 011 his solemn promise to Salisbury will have this morning, leave town forthwith. i a full supply of Galveston fresh fish. 1 ♦——~— sidel's and swell the re- the Denison Relief Society ti- The Anniversary Herald was a splendid number of eight well filled pages. ♦ .— Every business man might have been seen last evening about 4 o'clock reading his own puff. Just in by Expross. Just m by Express. A handsome line of black cash- meres at the Star Store. 9 24lf A handsome line of bl.ick cash- mcres at the Star Store. 9 24tf Denisonians visiting St. Louis will find our paper 011 file at the Daily Times reading room. Just received, and since the de- cline in prices, Shelby's pure white lead, at Guiteau & Waldron's. There is a b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 September 1878

„„ KsL ■■ ■ tlcnistm iVVtBG. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. September 25,1878. No. i83. " I 40 1 > i IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, BY M. GOLDSOLL & Co EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fannels, New Blankets, New Gassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THISISTHEHOUSEWHEREGOOOMDS 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. why send OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR mm WgBiMkih *PPii lifp iMpf U) sS F' mm w ■V4r First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansa« City Store, Main street. 9 i-s-'f J M. IHLL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, • - - TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 September 1878

tm'-MBS '3t \ ■ mm. ■Kspyiui : ' * •. , ' " °.tl ' lailij fpws. ft/: DBNISON. WEDNESDAY SEPT. as. 1878. Municipal Officers. H. M. ORUBBS Mayor W. D. KIRK... President of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. H. COFFIN . Asbessor & Collector O. B. O'MAl.HV Treasurer K. K. BABBLE I F City Clerk O. O. RANDELL City Attorney COUNCILMAN W. M. PKCK, COUNCILMAN—3D WABD: 1ST WARD : HI). N. ALLEN. H. TONE. -3D ward: SV. D. KIRK. J. C. FE1LD, COUNCIL M EN- A. O. HALL, COUNCILMAN—4TI1 WARD I W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL. Regulur meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. English servant girls reccive on an average $1.20 per week. "God bless the generous north !" cries the Louisville Courier-Journal. It isn't gubernatorial proclamations for prayers that calls out this bene- diction, but the hard cash. Information from Captain Peak's command reports them stationed in Coleman county, where they are bu- sily engaged in scouting and hunting down law breakers. Russia has proposed to the pow- e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 September 1878

<* •* * j I t * I * w ♦ I I 1 1 * : > >> T v^/ ( 1 i Wholesale Liquors. f^ENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTU€X£Y pr w W WW W W W W w w w w w w w w vr w w w WW WW w w w w W H W II 11 II II M II II hhhh h h Bi B - *- h h ii II II II II h ir H II HSHH K K Y Y H S K K Y J S K K 8 K K Y Y 8SSS KK YY 8 K K Y S K K Y 8 W 5 ^ Y SSSS Y Imported and Domestic W lues, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. THAQE / MARK W Physicians. M. M. NAGLE, NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. PI A N ft C Retail Pr'ce$1000only $J7S, I 1i\I l \JO Parlor Organs, price $34^, only $95. Paper free. D. P. Beatty Washington, N J. 9-11 4W Chromo Cards, (pcrfeet beau ties) with name, 10c. Outfit 10c. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mans. 911 4W 20 Ear Diseases. Dr. C. E. Shoemaker's Book on Deaf- ness and Diseases ot the Ear and their proper treatment—especially Running Ear. llow to get immediate relief trom all the unpleasantness of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 September 1878

jt THIEVES DETECTED. DDNI80N. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 25, jS73. |¥ There are twenty-four greenback papers in the Slate of Missouri. The French bakery makes the j best bread. > 925 ivv Not a solitary case in the mayor's or Judge Kirk's court Tuesday. ♦ The celebrated Sour Marsh and Cere whiskies at the Gate City li- quor establishment. 22 1 w. Seven car loads of cattle were shipped to Gregory, Cooley & Co., Chicago, Tuesday. Just in by Express. A handsome line of black cash- meres at the Star Store. 9 3-j.tf Goldsoll & Co. received three large boxes of musical instruments yesterday, including violins, drums, harps, etc. etc., the largest stock ever brought to the city. Thirteen car loads of cotton arriv- ed in the city Monday from Bell- plain. * Goto Gaisman & Co. this morn- ing and get a mess of those choice Galveston bay fish or some Barataria shrimp. Silas Harding, ex-chief of police. Quincey, 111., was in the city yester- day. $20,000 Worth of new fall and winter goods jus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 September 1878

V « ' m4m-d vTSsfFS — I j I 4 1? L) , / Icitisan Iff t to q. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. September 26,1878. No. 184. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, 11Y 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. THISISTHEHOliSEW®1 3D 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 & 00. why send OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR k First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, ETC. Remember the place j next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 25-<f SINGERS COLUMN. Cotton or no Gotten LOW PRICES WILL COME, EXAMINE OUR FRESII and well selected STOCK OF FALL 000 0 0 OOO Ooo Q 0 0 0 0 O 0 5 0 a () 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 September 1878

; J c • iliii : Jtidge Williams, of Galveston, has rendered a decision recently to the effect that a man cannot be impris- oned for a refusal to pay his road tax, it being simply a debt, for which execution might be issued, but for which imprisonment would be illegal, The greenback clubs at Forney, Abies' Springs and Raines" precinct, the three largest, it is said, in Kauf- man county, have dissolved, and the democrats in them (and they were about all of that stripe) have Bump- asized ; so says Norton's Intelligen- cer. '•Recent calculations by eminent geologists," says tlfat excellent and admirable paper, the Stanford Inte- rior Journal, "show the earth to be at least 200,000,000 years old." And yet some people are willing to swear that it is not ovei 6,000 years old, prefering tradition to facts. Col. Miles telegraphs Sheridan that six Indians from Sitting Bull's camp arrived at Fort Keogh lo ascer- tain 011 what terms his people would be permitted to come back. Gen. Sheridan repo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 September 1878

Is 4 € f * JL * ♦ v«: iV A v n « - f Wholesale Liquors. jV^ENTUClvY WHISKY DEPOT. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANOS?:^' EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUC Ii V price $1000 only $275, Oigiins, price $34°> j only $95. Paper free. ]). F. Beatty Wellington, N j. 9-11 4W Boots and Shoes. A. . IT II LI G, FASHIONABLE HOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Chrorno Cards, (perfect beauties) with name, 100. Outfit lot. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9 11 4W w W ww w w ww w If w w w w www w w w w w WW WW w w w w W II If II HSSS K K Y V 11 II S 8 K K Y Y II II M K K Y Y II II II 1 K K Y Y 11HHII II SS88 KK YY II II II K K K Y H H II 8 K K Y II 11 II 8 8 K K V II 11 II 8888 K K Y Imported and Domestic W ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House In Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. TRA.qr ¥ WAP : 20 3Bar Diseases. Dr. C. E. Shoemaker'b Hook on Deaf- ness and Diseases ot the Ear and their proper treatment—especially Running Ear. Mow to get immediate relief Iroin all the unpleasan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 September 1878

" 2r ' " ' y? Lb- :WW- wmtm b i \ ilgfpttrs. DENISON. SPAY SEPT. 26, 1878. French bakery makes the <Mt bread. 9 25 iw R. A. Chapman, vice-president of ihe Merchant's and Planter's Bank, Sherman, was in the city yesterday. Just in by Express. A handsome line of black cash- mere*.at the Star Store. 9-24tf ■" ■ ♦ Nineteen carloads of cattle were •hipped Wednesday to Gregory, Cooley & Co., Chicago. Yeidel's Seven-Year-Old Whisky. 926tf Sugar Cured. Wood & Co. have just received a large invoice of Kansas City sugar cured dried beef. This is a superior article. Yeidel's benefit for the poor of our city netted $23.20, which amount will be turned over to the Denison Relief Society. v Yeidel's Seven-Year-Old Whisky. 926tf I The subscriptions by the employes of the M,> K. & T. vail way for yel- I i low fever sufferers up to September i j 33d amounted to $1,616.36, and sub- ■ I scription# are still coming in. Too i ! much rannot be said lauditory of this ' exhibition of gener...

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