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

fife A '■W*Wr' A" 1 Imisott Wctos. Vol. VI. Denisok, Texas, Wednesday Morning. October 2,1878. No. 189. N < * in every department, hy 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 HOUSE WHERE GOOD 0Q83S 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. "how do you ou ol' hobs!'' Third night of the celebra'ed entertain- ment, SHOUTS OF APPLAUSE AND LAUGHTER Thursday Evening, October 3d The evening's entertainment will begin with the new sketch ol Irish song and stoi y, entitled BARNEY'S COURTSHIP. Barney, ) Mrs. Mai.one, J Mr. Fred McAvoy Molly Dea...

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

Isi ./ <,-4 ' + • >■ gj'!.. THE WIHKEIMEYER BEER "«w •: Real Estate Ayents ANHuUNufcMENTo. Hotels and Restaurants. SPECIAL LOCALS. icsVic m. cook, * I>JSIVlNOTV. Wednesday t cr. a, isjs. Municipal Officers. THE MILD POWER XT H. 3ES HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. S . R. M. GRUI1BS M ayor VV. D. KIRK President lit (Viuii-il Wl 1.1.1 AM 11 AJB.D WICK M iraliu! A. H. COt KIN Assessor I'oltecwr O. K. O'MALBV .Treasurer K. F. RAOBLKFF City Clerk G. G. RANI>BU City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WARD : W. M. PKCK, ED. N. ALLEN. COUNCIl.MttN—il> WARD: J. c. FK1LD, H. TONE. COUNCILMAN—3 WARD: A. O. HALL, \V. D. KIRK. COUNCILMAN—4TH WARD : W. H. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting* of Council, first Thursday in each mouth. Convention or No Convention. The editor of the Sherman Regis- ter takes another tack, and now ad- vocates a nominating convention. At the time the convention met, sev- eral months ago, in Sherman, the Register was opposed to nomina- tions, and the News was, we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 October 1878

IPf —— < I V I "!* fL fl *S I" 1111 | I *r f 4 * vt Jl. > ; K Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCK.Y WllISRv DfiPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale deulerB in ICENTUC H Y * W \\ H W WW \V II W WW W II w w w w w w w w w w w w WW WW w w w w II II NSHS II II s s H II H Jl II S " BSSH Y Y Y y 1< K Y K K y K K Y 11 III III II BS.SH KK \'Y Jl H II 8 K K Y II M If W K K Y II HUH S K K V 11 11 II JHSI58 K K Y Imported and DonieMlic V\ ines, Bnuidios, Cigars, Tobacco. rhe Oldest Wholesale Liquor IIousc in Denison. Next Door to the Sta«- Store. trade;: MARK Physiolans. J T. PURCELL, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office: Main St., 3 doors west of gun shop . DENISON, TEXAS. 9 28 Im' W M. M. NAGLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at the Live '">rug Store, next door to Sherburne's shoe store, Main treet. DENISON, 6-io-im* TEXAS. 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 6tf great limited mail route from St. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 October 1878

Ut Mateorologi Railroad Jottings. ember DKNISON. WgUNSSDAY OCT. j, 1878. "''' 1 ;' ~~r ~ A Urge amount of cotton is arriv- ig in the city via the D. & S. E. Just received, five barrels Pfeiffer's rye whiskey, six years old, at Joe Brennet's. Mr. George Bates has opened a car- penter shop on Rusk avenue next loor to the photograph gallery. Humphrey's celebrated homoeopa- thic remedies at the Live Drug Store. 20 2-tf. We are indebted to a railroad friend for several new subscribers. The favor will not be forgotton. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- erman & Weil's. 10 2 tf Forty-one new arrivals graced the register book at the Gate City Hotel on Monday. Quite a large number of our citi- zens left yesterday to attend the Dal- las fair. Blankets! Blankets 1! Que thousand new blankets all colors and styles, just received at M. Goidsoll & (Jo's. 10-2-tf. We understand that the Denison Fire company will be tendered a complimentary benefit by the Mc- Avoy troupe. ♦ -g W. W.Salsbu...

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

•&;«' -';' 14 .'-i;tf% ' " *. .V-' *•>'. 'j i V r <r * ( Mi r I h ♦ Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, October 3, 1878. No. 19. in every department, liy M. GOLDSOLL & €o EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Cashmeres, New Fannels, New Blankets, New Cassimeres, Novelties in Hosiery, Novelties in Grloves, Novelties in Ribbons, Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Novelties in Ruchings, Novelties in Ties. THIS IS THE HOUSEWHERE 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 Flays. "HOW DO YOU DU OL' H03S!" Third night of the celebra ed entertain- ment, SHOUTS OF APPLAUSE AND LAUGHTER Thursday Evening, Octobor 3d The evening's entertainment will begin with the new sketch ot Irish son" and stoi y, entitled BARNEY'S COURTSHIP. Barney, ) Mrs. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 October 1878

txo 5. SDA.Y 0C1 h. Municipal Officer*. M. GKUBBS. IRK... COUNCILMAN W. M. PECK, Mayor President of Council | arc WICK Marshal .....Assessor & Collector >. r. o'MAusv Treasurer ". f. radslkfk City Clerk O, O. RANOELL City Attorney -1ST ward : ED. N. ALLEN. COUNCJI.MEN- J. C. FEILD, -id wahd; 11. TONE. ■T If f I V • - COUNClLMttN—3D WAHUI A. O. HALI,, w. I). KIRK. COUNClLMEN—4TII WAKI) W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting; of Council, first Thursday in each month. Republican Stato Convention. The Dallas morning papers have pretty full reports of the first day's proceedings of the Republican State Convention, which convened in Dal- lay Tuesday morning. The convention assembled at Lively hall, at 10 o'clock, and was called to order by Judge A. 13. Norton, of Dallas, who stated that the gather- ing was in response to an invitation to all national Republicans in Texas in favor of maintainjjig a state or- ganization and putting a state ticket in the field. Correspondence with...

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

irf&wi ■ 3 > * # ■ i ill «f * Hi •« -,-f® T | • , > ¥ fll G —-r-r—^ • % :-^r '■ Urooeriet. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. feJ~S econd door West of Post-office. 7-20 "J^IIE ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. J^UY YOUR r:ors hrr 00 oocj kick mm ii~ kick Rssa o o R r o o o 0 K R n II I! 5 s Cl HRR O 00 KK RlUt II UK bfilJa <1 OO It R O OO 0 K 11 U II K rt g <XiG R R OO OCU BRK K R II KICK BSSH HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - TEXAS. . £ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. DENISON, - - - TEXAS. • , * i<jpW \ :— —L «WP«&*>PHL ■ • liTi'iilk. iifci CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES, Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf BOLTON'S Photograph Gallery 320 Manin Street, over GUITEAU &. WALDRON'S DRUG STORE. -20 NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. PI A NO \ Retail price $1000 only $.'75, I I rA I * \J O P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 October 1878

CONTEST ABOUT CATTLfc. Court Mayor She ^ailvj JXcius. HAKM MAHVEL.OUN Mr. J. Hilderbridle commenced ' the building of a dwelling house for Mr. Ike Liuley Wednesday, on ! Woodard street near the Episcopal church. A Texan Claims to Have lieen Swindled Out of $10,000 la Unl locks. DENISON. THURSDAY OCT. 3. 1S7S. IJeulfleent m KEM:, J- Just received, five barrels Pfciffer's rye whiskey, six years old, at Joe B rennet's. Wood McMillan who has been sick with bilious fever for several weeks, was on the streets yesterday. Nova Scotian Cranberries, firm quality, at Gaisman & Co's. If you don't want toloae your good name don't have it painted 011 the in- side of your umbrella. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- erman & Weil's. 10 2 tf The News regrets to learn that Mr. Joe Beer is confined to his room with a severe attack of bilious fever. Coffee Roasted daily at Gaisman cS: Co's. Mr. Linelay, a veteran of the Mexican war, living near Fort Ar- buckle, I. T., was in the city yester- day...

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

Ikniscm AfUifi. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Friday Morning, October 4, 1878. No. IQX. N ^ r* *y SINGERS COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL SELL GOODS! COMF, EXAMINE OUR FRESH and well selected STOCK OP FALL ogg ooo ooo B1 >dd 8*™% o g o 0 8 0 d n 0 0 i) B 8 o 0 o q h 8 o 0 o 0 n B ssss o go o 0 o o d h ci g o 0 o o d d s a o o 0 0 o l> 1) R S ggg ooo ooo DDDD SSSS Look at Our Extremely low ffiff ii f f KKF f f f ooo u no u u it berk ketch ssss ii g u ii o ii ii u go u ii g g tt ii ggg uu V r r f, it r r f, u rrrr fre r r h r w r 8 r ee ee ssss s 8 ssss PI V r And you can't help but give us THE PREFERENGE. Black Alpaocas, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Black and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 60c and 75c per yard. Black and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. Dress Goods. 10, 12 1-2,15, 17 1-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WOORSTED AND SILK bbbb rrrr b b r r b b r r b b r r bbbb rrrr b b r r b b r r b br r ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 October 1878

( .... I I I I 1 I'hc Daily Hews. IXEINIHOIV. TRID VY OCT. 4, 1878. O Municipal Officers. R. M. GHUIU1S Maynr W. D. KIRK President of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. H. COKFIN Assessor <S Collactor O. B. IVMALBV .Treasurer E. F. RAOHLKFF City Clerk G. G. RANDELL City Attorney councilman—1st wann : W. M. PECK, KD. N. ALLEN. c0vnc1'_mkn — ill wahi>: J. C. KE1LD, H. TONE. councilman—3d ward: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIRK. councilmkn—4th wahd : w. b. boss, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in earh month. SPECIAL LOCALS. TUB MILD POWER U H El HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC 8PECIFICS. Prof. Tice Eaters Suit for $10,000 The case of John H. Tice against Jacob S. Menell was tried in St. Louis Monday before a jury in the United States circuit couit, Judge Treat on the bench. The plaintiff is the renowned weather wizard, who foretells the coming of storms and earthquakes by reading the stars and consulting the barometer. The .defendant is a wealthy druggist, who sells all k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 October 1878

*■ « ■** ■ - . , ; ' SE? ' • ■ ' V flt* ♦ t r a' ► u atr:* il V !krjr A I t V1 fUi 1 1 > * . / ir^f ■R tirooerles. W- R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. KS"*Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 T HE ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. UY YOUR B 000 KItR OO 000 F.KKRJIR II FKK eSS*. O OR HO OO OK R R II K 3 s 0 RRR OOO RB RllR II KK bSS- OOORROOOOK R H U K Hg OOO R 11 OO 000 HHUR 11 II EKK HS° —AT— HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - - TEXAS. £ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. DENISON, TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES, Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf BOLTON'S Photograph Gallery 329 Manin Street, over GUITEAU & WALDRON'S DRUG STORE. -20 D Dentistry. ENTAL ROOMS. « SOWLES & RHEA, Over Postoflke DENISON, - - TEXAS. All work in mechanical and operative dentistry skillful*y performed on liberal...

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

DENI8QN. FRIDAY OCT. 4. 1878. aitg Jlleius. The Custom Cotton Gin on Wood* ard street runs day and night. Just received, five barrels PfeifTer's ye whiskey, six years old, at Joe irennei't. Seven car loads of cattle were shipped to St. Louis Thursday. We are sorry to learn that conduc- tor John Ward is very sick with bil- ious fever. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- erman & Weil's. 10 2 tf A large new Herring safe was placed in the office of Mr. Ed Chad- ic yesterday morning. Call at John Nevins' and examine his immense stock of new goods. 9 26tl Sportsmen report that the prairie surrounding Denison is covered with chickens. Some cotton loaded in a wagon, took fire yesterday morning on Main street from a cigar. No damage was done, . Bnglish and Scotch ales at Water man & Weil's. 10 2 tf. Mr. John Cameron lias again ta- ken charge of the Cameron House, on Crawford street, John Campbell retiring. The attendance at the public school is very large, which is the J>6st evidenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 October 1878

yi iX f>< .W\* At?' ' \ Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, October 5, 1878. No. IQ2 ft ; * tji * • 1 I > ■ 1 1 1 5s V -4I.J * y ;« . Hj' f; •I H It '■'I J * tL * ^ > .rt'WTT' '!* ttw.-jil ",l "IWiMpifir SINGER'S COLUMN. .• - ----S,i Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL lili COMF, EXAMINE OUR FRESH and well selected STOCK OF FALL o"°°o o,00o o00°o l\m% sSSSSs li O () O O I) || R « OOOO I> D H O O O O O O D ssss G GO O O O O 1) I) 8 Ii <i O O f) O I) D 8 G GOO O O 11 OS ./ ggg OOO OOO DDDD brss .. Look at Our Extremely low fkflf II ggg u it rnnn free ssss K K I 1 ! • V V . p ! ° I G g V V ii g II O GG XI II G G U it R h K ir n R K IT RRRR PRR IT K UK U R R PI II ggg ouu It r eeeb And you can't help but give us 8 s BBSS B 8 8 SSS8 THE PREFERENCE. Black Alpaccas, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Black and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 60c and 75c per yard. Black and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. Dress Goods. 10, 12 1-2,15, 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 October 1878

BM9H8PJH ' *<rw$r 'V/^\ '■ ''<■ • ' ;• /•:• ■ 1 ;V .«#> . !■ g| ^ v' r Mr', 1.f . ggfaje Caily flexes. DENIISON. SATURDAY OCT. 5, 1S7S. his s euri chic f dro T serr "Tl C & ' T clul las I L mar T scec Mill V moi T day. son': p. rr F ties the 1 Mr. f Wa A with tard: crop D Surg Den D next docl jury C Call M on tl thou Chic For Wei t; M. I colui eco cian If good in at Oi equa whic ber, ingly Iir Wat. So up t The large caus< N< qual: Mi New Thui the fi poun . Ja clme lead, At liquo will I Munloipal Officers. II. M. CHIUBBS ....Muyor W. D. KIItK.. President of Council \V1 LUAM HAH DWICK Marshal A. H, COFFIN Assessor A Collector O, E. CM ALE V Treasurer E. F. KADELKFF City Clerk G. G. RANpELL. City Attorney councilman—-1st ward W. M. PECK, ed. n.allen. counc1lmkn—JD ward! J. C. FB1LD, H. TONE. COUNCILMAN—tD WARD! A. O. IIALIW. D. KIRK. COUNC1LMEN—4TII wARD W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN HAYNAI.. Ki l' ular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. "Acting tho Itolo of ""ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 October 1878

wf: |i;v tly 3p- |pre- mie I Itand lie cl kr in int. EEK. ERR. •' X A S f 7 1 •' Groceries. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. Jry-Second door West of Pott-office. 7 20 . ;X ■ y - NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. PI A NAQRifll price $1000 only $J75, I I nMVvO Parlor Oigans, price $34°. only $95. Paper (ret;. Washington, N j. D. F. Beatty (j-11 4W DENISON COTON GIN & CORN MILLS A.R.COLLINS &. CO,, 'JpiiE ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. Chromo Cards, (perfect beauties) with name, 10c. Outfit 10c. Turner Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 9 11 4W B UY YOUR nan hrr 00 000 kkkrrr n HRHhSH. O OR R O On OK R R IT l< 2 s O HRR O OO P.R RRR IT Kit s«SK (IOORROOOOR R R II R K S COO R R OO 000 HKK R R II rkk "hss —at— HENRY MERRITT, No. I2t Main street, DENISON. - - TEXAS. ^ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street nnd Austin avenue. DENISON, TEXAS. CHO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 October 1878

' vv-v; ' ■" jW V,,1 & -tim : ®sf i ,«"! " DEJMISON. aUHDAY- • M • ■ OCT. 5, 1673. , Just received, five barrels PfeiHVr's Sc whiskey, six years old, at Joe rennet's. ' —^ Nine car* of cattle were shipped to St. Louis Fridav, and two to Chicago. Vjfl Pure juice of the grape Like they used to drink 111 Palestine, at Yeidel's. 5 tf Neither in Judge Kirk's nor in the mayor's court were any cases tiied Thursday. — Call at John Nevins' and examine his immense stock of new goods. 9 26U Malaga grapes, California pears, raisins and a supeiior line of fancy crackers at C. R. Eupcr's. 10 5 iw Imported wines and brandies at Wateiman & Weil's. 10-2 tf. What can be more delicious and recuperating than those milk punches at Waterman & Weil's. The Democratic convention for the south precinct will be l)tld to-day at Good Templar Mall, instead of tit the mayor's office, as previously an- nounced. The Democrats of the north precinct will meet at Esquire Kiik's office. It is very important...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

i u V ' H N/ tr No. iq3 Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. October 6,1878. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL c OMF, EXAMINE and well selected OUR FRESH stock of fall ^100^ DO"", 8SRSts O O D B H ona- OOO 0 a O O 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 O O a go O O 0 0 O O a 0 o o ogo ooo O O O 8 o o o o 000 I) D B 1) I) dddd Look at Our Extremely low H SSSS I 8 S S ssss FF1T ir F I' FFF F F F OGO U u ir II 6 - - II G IT II G U II g gg IT II G G U U RRIIK KICK It SSSS UK R E U R R P, U RRRR EEE U R RE U R RE S II GGG UUU R R KEEK And you can't help but give us I s ssss s s s ssss THE PREFERENGE. Black Alpaccas, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Black and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 60c and 75c per yard. Black and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. Dress Goods. 10, 12 1-2,15, 171-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WOORSTED AND SILK RBBB RRRR B BR R B B R R B B R R BBBB RRRR B B R R B B R R B B R R BBBB H R A A AA A A A A A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

®llt «P iln $tW5 1 > B3 3V Jl .S o N . SUNDAY MORNING. THE YELLOW FEVER. Dr. Montenegro'at Daring: Adventure with i Yellow Jack at Grenada. [From the Louisville Courier-Journal.] Dr. A. C. Montenegro, of this city, ottered his service about a month ago as nurse to the yellow-fever sufferers at Grenada. Dr. Montenegro is a man of great nerve, a stranger to fear, anil with- al a singular genius. In every thing he undertakes he is indefatigable till his purpose is attained. Born and raised in Spain, he has passed through several epidemics, and has no fear of disease or death. lie, therefore, chose the thick- est of the light. Obtaining a pass from the L. and N. Company he went to Memphis and there remained a few days a guest of the city officials. Thence he proceeded to Grenada and went imme- diately to work nursing the sick. Col. Anderson, who fought the battle so no- bly till the last, was one of his charge. Five days after his arrival in Grenada he was stricken down with the plag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

- Y 4 7 > 1 7 y 7 *i ( i it ', r * >, i i . t v *) \ \( t* i J JThe Jlailu pint's. SO -> (VJ D UNllSON, SUNDAY MORNING. HEItE AND THERE. It costs a little over $1,000 per day to police Chicago. Chaki.es Steahns suspended him- self with his left hand from an upper window in Boston in full view of a throng in the street, and cut his throat with a razor in his right hand. Ho fell to the ground and died. A young woman in London has been sentenced to prison for six months for trying to commit suicide and failing. Whether the attempt or the failure con- stituted the offense is not quite clear. It is a signiiioant fact that some days previous to the recent disaster on the Thames the Captain of one of the Thames steamers was before a London Police Court charged with overcrowd- ing his vessel. The village of Kollmar, in Holstein, is famous for the longevity of its inhab- itants. It has a population of 1,400 souls. A diamond-wedding—the sev- enty-fifth anniversary—has just been celeb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

i i i|| iil r The JhuUj JUxus. lHO.MWON, SUNDAY OCT. 6, iS79> Municipal Officers. U. M. GRUUBS. Mayor W. r>. KIltK President of Council W11.1,1AM ItARDWICK Marshal A. II, COI- FIN i\s i or &- Collector O. 1C. O'MAl.EV Treasurer E.K. IlAUlCt.KKK City Clerk U. O. UANDELL... City Attorney councilman—1st waud: W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLEN. COL'NCILMEN—«D WAKt>; J, C. FEII.1>, U. TONE. COUNCtLMSN—AD WARli: A. O. HALL, W, D. KIRK. COUNCILMEN—4TII WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYN'AL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. Tho Next Sonata. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWEE CUR E3 . HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Been in general use for twenty years. Everywhere proved the most safe, simple, j economical and efficient medicines known. They are just what the people ; want, saving time, money, sickness and I suffering. livery single sperific the well tried prescription of an eminent physician. For sale by druggists generally. ' Humphreys' Specific Manual on the J t...

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