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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 September 1878

\ n h If —■— wni&o it Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, September 27,1878. V ' !■' •i'■ 9 No. r85. in every department, by M. GOLDSOLL& €0 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. THISISTHEHOUSEWHEREGOODGOODS 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 SINGERS COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL m ■hi N fr! COMF. EXAMINE OUR FRESII and well selected f STOCK OF FALL First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the plane; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 *5-if J M. II!LL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Mam street, DENISON, • - - TEXAS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 September 1878

I J, ■>W ,r V I HJ WIJI DENISON. [DAY SEPT. 27, 1878 SPECIAL LOCALS. nervous debility! — Munloipal Officers. 1" m R. M. CRUBBS Mayor W, D. KtKK.... .President of Council W1 L1,I AM H A K D W ICK M iirshal A. H< COFFIN Assessor & Collector O. K. O'MALEY •Treasurer li. F. RADELEFF Citv Clerk G. O. RANDELI City Attorney councilman—1st ward : W. M. PECK, ED. N.ALLEN. councilmkn—3d ward; J. C. KEXLD, II. TONE. councilman—3d waki) A. O. HALL, W. D. K1UK. counc1lmkn—4tii ward : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Ueifular meeting of Council, first Thursday In each month. The Maine Election. According to the official returns of the Maine election from all but a few scattering towns and plantations show that the total vote was the larg- est ever cast in any other than a pres- idential year—125,726, against but 191,191 last year, and within about 11,000 of the total in September, 1876, which was the largest on rec- ord. Of the aggregate, Connor, Re- publican, received 56 419, or about 44 per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 September 1878

w * -I i f *+ -V ft B r i m Wholcsalo Liquors. K . . H ^ ^ J^ENTUCKY VVIIKSKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in If E IV X JJ C If Y n w w ll W WW W II W \Y W W 11 W W w w W W W w w w w w ww ww w w w w It II RISKS K K Y • Y 11 II S 8 K K Y Y 11 II S K K Y V II II II H K K Y Y HHHH II SHSS KK YY II H II S K K Y H II II H K K Y H H II 8 H K K V 11 H II SSSS K K Y Imported and Domestic W inos, Brandies, CIgftrs, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to (he Sta<- Store. TBA.DE ssim NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. „ — . — , PI A Mn price $>ooo only $-*75< I I r\l i \JOParlor Oigsns, price $34°> i only $95. Paper free. D. F. Beatty i Washington, N j. y-11 Chromo Cards, (perfect beauties) with name, inc. Outfit ioe. Turner ' Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9 11 4W Ear Diseases. Dr. C. E. Shoemaker's Book on Deaf- ness and Diseases ot the Ear and their proper trentment—especially Running Ear. How to get immediate relief Ironi all the unp'easantnessof this diseas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 September 1878

— ■•V ■ if'hc Unity Bewu. StyU\ - ~ — .Ji^lWSOTN', •MIDAY SEPT. :y. 1878. The French baker} makes the est bread. 9 25 iw ——■— — *♦ The board of equali .ition was Ktrd at work Thursday. ( ;■ ' ;t> f. . — --— Yeidel't. Seven-Yc 11-Old Whisky. C>26tf Conductor John Ward , M., K & T., is suffering from an attack of bilious (ever. - — — Yeidel's benefit for the Denison pour. Throw in jour mite. V.' - regret to learn that John Ward, conductor on the M., K. & T., is quite ill. Yeidel's Seven Year-Old Whisky. 92611" Mrs. George has again piaced the editor tinder obligations for late and interesting copies of Atlanta, (Ga.) papers. If you feel like taking a drink of good old whiskey or Cognac, drop in at Brenner's. The pay car of the H. & T. C. made its appearance in this city Thursday and scattered specie among the boys. Thirty different shades of dry goods at ten cents at the Star Store. _____ 15 If- Thursday night about 8 o'clock Mr. J. W. Smith, a brakeman on the II. &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 September 1878

"SB U.M K clue. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, September 28, 1878. No. 186. ■ 11 5- in evekv department, by 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 ISTHEtlOUSE WHERE600D 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. Banks. J^IRST NATIONAL BANK, DEN1SON, TEXAS. Authorized Capital $500,000 00. Does a legitimate Banking business. Special attention given to collections in Missouri, K ansns and Texas. SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On principal cities ol the United States. officers- ohn scui.lin, kd. perry, \v. ii. san! ord President. Vice-Prest. Cashier. DIRECTORS! John Scullin, D. W. C. Davis, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 September 1878

BBwfrelW m * — — Jhc Daily % CMS. i>is n i ho in. saturday SEPT. 27, 187? SPECIAL LOCALS. Municipal Officers. R. M. GRUHBS Mayor \V. I), KIRK President of t'mimil WILLIAM IIAKDWUK Marshal A. H. COFFIN Assessor it Collector O. E. O'MAMiV Treasurer E. 1-'. U ADELliFl' Citv Clerk G. G. KANlllil.l City Attorney COUNCILMAN - W. M. PECK, -1ST WARD ED. N. ALLEN. J, C. FE1LD, A. O C0UNC1LMEN—30 WARD: H. TONE. COUNCILMAN—JD WARD: HA1-L, W. D. KlllK. councilmen- W. B. BOSS, Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday In each month. —4tii ward : JUSTIN' RAYNAL. Dr Rutherford, the Egotist. The Galveston News makes some very sensible criticisms on the action of Dr. Rutherford, the grand lions- ton Mogul, who proposes to dictate to the whole State concerning quar- antine matters. The News says now that Dr. Rutherford has about swung round the circle, it is beginning to be seen what people think of him, and have thought of him from the time he recently forced the public to take cognizance of his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 September 1878

I'W'1 ©§1# * ' 1 I i* ii f ; f I * :. (*, - ■' * X •..., g 1 ' ' I 'W'WJpws ■ , ■.1 ■ Wholesale Liquors. * '<^'jt_l-:-u-Tf-J.L-.'r- - -. - *' ^entucky wiiiskv depot. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in It ENTUCK Y ? VV AV J1 II II HS8S $ KK Y Y w w W w H H II 8 S Y Y w w w w H 11 II H K K Y Y w w w w H H II a K K Y Y w w w w HIIHII II BBSS KK YY w w w w 11 H II 8 K K Y WW WW 11 li II S K K Y w vv II II II H ft K K Y w w II 11 II SSftS K K Y Imported and Domestic W iues, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. j^p.K^TAlt Twm mark: £ Physicians. M. M. NAGLE, W1 new advertisements. PIANOSKK"! $iooo only $275, ans, price $34°' only $95. l-'uper free. D. F. Beatty Washington, N J. 9-11 4W Boots and Shoes. A. UHLIG, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. 20 Chromo Carda, (perfect beauties) with name, 10c. Outfit 10c. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9-11 4>v $50 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at the Live Tirug Store, next door t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 September 1878

-mw - - .4^ ' , v'-;/ ^ -rr— Gate City Hotel. The Ethics of Spiritualism W. A. MORRILL. he -O-nhj Jtcws. O 1 : N WON. SATURDAY SEPT. 37, 1S7S. I About seven t uttdred bales of cot- |1| tun v..;: I per M., K. Ifc T. Friil; Frt-n bakery makes the 9 2 5 IW ar .n of cattle were ship- t. I ui . Friday, and one car C'i' > at Guiteau & Wal- 1 ia 11 Feild has moved his the room nearly opposite ostoffice. Iohn Nevins'and examine use stock of new goods. 9 26tf 3rumb, Yard Master at Mc- i T. has been oppointed uducter on the Choctaw di- Yeidel's Seven-Year-Old Whisky. 926tf Wearn that Mr. August Knecht ii:is 1 ted part of the Grand South- ern s:i oon, and will move his barber- shop to that place at an early day. t G. iteau & Waldron sell at living In a second contest with the Mc- Kinney gun club last Wednesday, inn folks again met the enemy and were—taken— Courier. E James Leonard is having a new sidewalk laid in front of his property on the corner of Main street and Austin avenue. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

I 4 ^4 J \ > •* i* > is' Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. September 2q, 1878. No. 187. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, BY M. GOLDSOLL & Co EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fanuels, New Blankets, New Oassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Gloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THIS ISTH E HOUSE WHERE GOOD 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. NOLAN IIALL. Begone Dull Care. The Phunniest of the Phunny Plays. The Celebrated Diilo^ae, Sketch ArtUts and Vocalists ME. AND MRS. McAVOY, — and— W. L. CRAWFOED, Will give their celebrated play entitled. Pronounced by the press and public to be the neatest, most unique, original and best entertainment ever organized for the pleasure of all lovers of chaste aud select amusem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

A. Kiss to the relief of their fellow-men. There are a number of these, some whose A pout, and h parting of Uph aa they touch- names have already been given, but not That's a uisn in the abstract, it does not one more devoted to our cause or more But where i""t!m language can rightly ex faithful at hia post than D. Flanery, Su- pr«HH it? periutendent of the Western Union Tel- souud it to help you to egrilph Company, who has come here and remained with us, doing immense What letters can guesrf it? What smile suggest, or what fancy reveal, Tiie mysterious bliss it can cause one to teel? Here Nature assuredly earned a diploma Kor fragrance of tiavor and perfeot aroma. A kiss is electrical—comes with a start That tingles a delicate shook to the heart, And sots the eye twinkling with rapturous delight, i in the sky of a clear frosty night, i vanished the ecsiacy clings to you Like star When 'tii yet; 'Tis it joy you'll remember and never forget. All pleasure condensed in an instant of bl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

$100 to $\JOO ucr month to agents canvassing for Taylor's Copying House, Rochester, N. Y. r ♦"I T 4. A yY> M 4 ■4 k 0 I I ft' fT' yi f * * vfl S66 A WEEK In your own town. Termn an KIS ouUH froo. Aililr's II Hftllet&Oo.,Portland, M- PiirtloulHt'H a! Smlthoinaiiliy. Agents' nirectory, cuiiy Ag,U'llorald.Htc.,rten. I,. LumSiiiltl),l'lillu.,l'u. CC * or| rj U'.'ildy cthomo. Samples worth *£ Jl.* -i" * /•" r>.. •,!:<■■■'r>>"--n\Si<h "irUmiLile m New, K&plti and Easy process of draining with FlenlbloM (italicPlatfls. Ail- ,J* dit hti.wiUi stamp J.J.Callow,Cleveland,!), CC nfl 'or uml no liiimltiaj^. JjJ.UlJ Solid (1110-ci'iiL stamp for particulars. A! L. 7BKJB & OrV> MUton. Hunuabniioii Co.. Pa. flDIIlAi! ®"iii>i< a ni.il. IMsouiea. Ilrlll |W( Thousands curwl. lowest Prions. l)o not 'Willriui towrite.l>r.F.K.Marah,<julncy.Miob , AgvulN—Evorvwhoro, to Roll ■ _ I our now Invention—a necessity—no obmpotltlon—used In every howe—will on light—profl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

K3 I 1 I R. M. GHUBBS Mayor W. D. KIRK Prt ulont of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. H. COl' 1' IN Asse or & Collector (). E. O'MALEV 'I reusurer K. F. RADELKFF City Clerk C . G. RANDELL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WARD! W. M. PECK, ED. N.ALLEN. COUNCILMAN—2D WARD; J. C.TEILD, H. TONE. COUNC1LMEN—JD WARD I A. O. HALL, V> • D. KIRK. COUNC1LMEN—4TM WARD I W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Couucil, first Thursday in each monthi Ridge Paschal, collector of cus- toms ar Corpus Christi, Texas, has been removed, and Sam M. Johnson, deputy collector at San Antonio, ap- pointed in his place. A Paris dispatch announces that a charity fete is organizing for the middle of October under the patron- age of Madame McMnhon, for the benefit of the fever stricken people of the United States. Vital weakness or depression i • n weak exhaukted feeling, no energy or courage; tne result of mental over-work, indescre- tions or excesses or some drain upon the system, is always cured ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

Wholesale Liquors. \7~ ENTlTClvY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PI A !\J nC'W11'' price $1000onlv $275, I I r\ I 1V/O Parlor Oigans, jirjce $.14°* only $95. Paper free. D. I1'. Beatty Washington, N J. y-11 4W Boots and Shoes. A. . UKLIO, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKKil. A. R.COLLINS & CO., Livery Stables. ar. jvt. GENhKAL It E NTUCKY I * 1 * V w W \v w w w w \v w w w w w www w w w w ww ww w w w w w h W II I111M 11 11 11 H 11 11 II ,11 a 11 s 11 s II II II II II KISHS H 8 K K k K K k k kk k k 8 K K s h k k snss k k k y 8S88 8 Y Y y Y yy y Y Imported and Domestic W inos, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Sta«* Store. liHisi TIMK i / MARK mm 20 Chromo Cards, (perfect beauties) with name, loc. Outfit 10c. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9 11 4W Ear Diseases. Dr. C. E. Shoemaker's# Book on Deaf- ness and Diseases ot the Ear nnd their proper treatment—especially Running Ear. IIow to get im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

ho met her crouched in the down MoT DEN l SON. SUNDAY MORNING. WONDERFUL HANNAH WILLIAMS. of the uight under a largo tree, singihg a hymn. He approached and addressed her. She said: " William llinson, from this time forth you are a convertod man. llad you not been a skeptic you would not have had the misery which has continu- I ally been with you. To-morrow, at high , . ,. meridian, go with mo, and I will not '•rformeil by , ' p , , T , ;ntue-Ax«" . only relieve you, but will free your trees of the lice." William Hinson had faith; yes, un- doubted faith in what he had heard this Minnies Nil id to Hiivn Heen I the Wumun who Led the Halt (Krom tho Reading (I'enn.) Eaglo.] Chester Hill, North Coventry Yesterday' moaning I "went down ^ I strange woman say. Precisely at the Heading Road to Houglassyille and I hour named.he ! across the Schuylkill down to walked Unionville, up the hill past the Temple meeting-house, and scanned closely the house in which old Hannah Shingle was murdered ab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

r ) t 4 ®lif iliiUi) ^U'U'I D KNIS O N . SUNDAY MOHNING. A L> 4 I; i •p HE HE ANI THERE. Mks. Albebt Coleman, of Wabash, Ind., has given birth to a baby weigh- ing just a pound and a half, but perfect in every respect. Buffalo Bill is a realistic actor. In the Baltimore Grand Opera-House he fired a pistol loaded with a real bul- let and hit a real boy in the gallery. Cleopatra's needle has at last been raised into position on the Thames em- bankment at London, after escaping dangers by sea and in the English Courts. The Prince of Wales has accepted honorary membership in the Boston Ancient and Honorable Artillery. His father was an honorary member of the same corps. In the rivers of Canada are varieties of fish originally from salt water whioh can swim by zig-zag movements from the bottom to the top of a sheet of fall- ing water fifty feet high. One of the few remaining vivandieres of Napoleon Bonaparte's armies died lately in Milan, aged 99. She went through the campaigns of Rus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 September 1878

•: ■■ ■ H B skis m he daily 3\cn)s. — - tit. n-ijt - f -1*1-*■ DKNX8ON1 SEPT. .><), ns?8. \ • n( authorised to announced J. F. i vcict the present incumbent, osauan- late for th" office of Const iblc for this ct at the November election. * Eleven carloads of cattle were hipped to St. Louis Saturday. The French bakery makes the □est bread. 9 35 iw Hurney, the newly elected Govern- or of the Chickasaw Nation, is only twenty.five years of age. 4 Grand Victory Cigar at Louis Le- brecht's. A telegram was received 011 Sat- urday from It. L. Emery, Cleveland, Ohio, stating that he would be pres- ent nt the cotton f«ir to be held in this city on the and of October. Mr. Emefy will operate one of his cele- brated cotton gins on the lair grounds. YE1DEMSM." Whilom George Ilolman is giving music lessons in the country near Dallas. Slippers for women, men, servants and children at Sherburne's. The finest selection of prints, just in, at Goldsoll's. 9 29 Doctor Acheson is having an awn- ing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 October 1878

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Tuesday Morning, oct i. 1878. No. 187. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, I1Y ,1 v' * M.G0LDS0LL& 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 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. NOLAN HALL. Begone Dull Care. The Phunniest of the Phunny Plays. „ "PRETTY WELL I THANK VOU." Second night of the celebra ed entertain- ment, SHOUTS OF APPLAUSE AND LAUGHTER great hit of the laugh makers. another glorious bill to-night. READ! READ! ! READ! ! ! Tuesday Evening, October 1st, '78 Commencing with the Pretty Protean Sketch entitled MASKS AND FACE 5. Letty. a chambermaid, ") B ddy Malloy, an I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 October 1878

i .Mfmm IIVOnwwHHMMI IF^Sews. loiimioN, 4 KA- ♦ ie ; .. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER TUESDAY OCT. , 1878. I CURES '' 1 HUMPHREYS' Municipal Officers. ^ I HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. R. M. GRUllBS... Muynr W. D. KIRK President of cuuncll WILLIAM IIAltUWICK Marshal A. Hi COFFIN Assessor & Collector O. E. O'MALKY Treasurer E. 1'. RADKLEKK City Clerk O. U. KANI>Er.I City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WAHD . W. M. PUCK, ED.N.ALLEN. COUNCl LMttN—JD WAKI> J. C, FE1LD, COUNCILMKN—JP O. IIA 1.1., II. TONE. WAHD : W. D. KIUK. councils! un—4tii ward: W. B. ROSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. A Republican Federal Judge has been usurping authority at Cincin- nati and giving another evidence of the unscrupulous means the Repub- lican party will resort to to continue in power. He went to work in de- fiance ot the protests of the best jur- ists in the city and appointed super- visors of elections for that day. In 1871 congress passed an act which authoriz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 October 1878

■ J . . Ill" V-i Wholesale Liquors. j^ENTHCKY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUC ItY NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8 s" •1/ f • $ t pi A Mr^i*,',aiip|ice$"xiooni'^$-15' I I r l 1 \J O Parlor Oignns, price $34°> 1). F. Bc-atly 9-11 4W only $95. Paper free. Washington, N J. Boots and Shoes. A. nilLl G, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAM Kit. A.R.COLLINS & CO., Chromo Cards, (perfect beutitics) with name, roc. Outfit ioc. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9 II 4W "V vv w 11 11 11 HSH8 K K y y W WW w li 11 II 8 8 K K y y w w w W 11 11 II S K Iv y y w w w w H 11 II 8 K IC y y w w w w II111111 II BHS8 kk y y w w w w H H II 8 K K Y WW WW H H 11 8 K K Y w w 11 H 11 8 8 K K Y w w 11 H 11 8S88 It K Y Imported and Domestic VI lues, BrandieH, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. $50 ■maii p* MARK ; Physicians. ■y^TM. M. NAGLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. f Office at the Live l" rug Store, next door to Sherburne's shoe store, Main treet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 October 1878

r^P; ■ 8M«W :v - im jp^pBSL . if'i gg?, DENISON. jyfj^gDAy- " OCT. >. >8?s. W. W.Salsbury will receive every *$•.'•, morning, fresh compressed yeast. ' 10 8 j\v Nine cars of stock were shipped north Sunday, - ♦-- • Hats to suit everybody, at Gold- soil's. 9 29 Freight business on the M., K. Sc T. is steadily increasing. Yeidel's Seven-Year-Old Whisky. 926tf • The M.. K. & T. Engine No. 23, arrived from Patsons Monday, to be used on the Choctaw division. Yeidel's Seven-Year Old Whisky. 9z6lf Mr. George Yost, late Height con- ductor, has been appointed passen- ger conductor on the M., K. & T. Slippers for women, men, servants and children at Sherburne's. Twenty-two cars of cotton, destin- ed for Liverpool, were forwarded Monday per M., K. & T. The finest selection of prints, just in, at Goldsoll's. * 9 29 ' ♦ Mr. Howard Ilanna has accepted the position of book-keeper in the drug store of W. M. Hanna & Co. ♦ Hand-made boots and shoes at Goldsoll's. 9 29 Our Kansas...

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