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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

I a b * * '* ¥ v M: ■ hk , Groceries. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENI80N, TEXAS. JgJ^Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. P) A |\J n^sKetnil price $1000 only $J7S< I I " I ivy O Parlor Oi guns, prii e +34 0- only $95. Paper Iree. D. F Beaity Washington, N J. y-ii 4W DENISON COTON GIN & CORN MILLS A.R.COLLINS & CO., T I1E ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. gUY YOUR OGO RHIt OO 000 KEK RRR II FEW sSSK r, OR R O O 0 0 K R R II 15 2 b O RRR OOO KB RRR II EE O 00 S R O OO OK B RIII K S CGG K R 00 000 KMC R R II KBR hSSs —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. -JO 20 Chromo C...

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

t V) INCI1>ISNTM OF THE 1"JL.Y(.JUE. i heart by a recognition of her Christian A Commissioner's Opinion of Eu- 1 heroism that must have gone far to; rope. reconcile her to tho death she met so, ~T . (| Gen. W. W. II. Davis, or tho Doyles- town (Penn.) Democrat, late Comrnis- ! sioner to the Paris Exposition, having ltol> .Sutton ut Memphis. Yon, John, I was down thai- ut Memphis A worklu' around at tho bouts, A hcavin' o' cotton with esiph'sls, An' a lomlln' her outer the floats; I was oomla' away from Ole Te.xas What' I went, yor know, alter tho wall- 's tit it now, I'll make no reflexes, lint wait till I. get tor long taw! Well, wliile 1 was down thar the fever, As yaller an' plzon as tiln. Broke out; an' el you'll beleeve her, Wharever she hit she struck in! It didn't take long in the hatchln', It jes' fa'rly bred in the air, Tell a hosspitel camp warn't u patoliin An' we'd plenty o' corpses to spare. I voluuteer'd then with the Howards— I thought thet my duty was clear— An...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

f $66 \K ' I * * i 4 jr. A WEEK In your own town. Terms an . WSouUlllioe. Addr'S U HttlletiiCu.,Portland, Mi ,.n Now, Kaplrt ami Kasy process of Graining with I'letlble Molultc Plate.. VI- IJ'dre« ,wl>li stamp J.J.Callow,Cleveland,O. JtooU-koepors, IUiiuirtera, | 1 Operators, School Teacliors, Book Agents: i.IKIC OW <;ir>jwu- a n Ac Great Mercantile College, Keokuk, Iowa. WRITE > for circulars I and terms of LlFIS OF GKnMw. 8. nAIlNKY, the Oreat Indian Fighter. Host Military llunk of thn day- Hit,!, of Indian Klirht«, Adventure# and bur-breadth escapes. NOTHING 1,1 It KIT. Outsell* every thingtine, HPLRNIilDLTILLUSTRATED. Special t r- ritory. BBIAN, IIranu & Co., Publishers, St. Louis, Mo. The best-sell III'; Goods U po P=4 Agents. Some' tlilnir tor all. bad) WANTED- Cram's Reverslbl# Maps or the I tilled StaU and World; Stale Maps. Atlases, Pictorial Charts, Lithographs, chromes, Stationery Novelties, etc. Prices low. Prollts large C'lrculais free. Address Geo. V. C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 October 1878

3?he Jlailij IXcius. DENIWON, J-UNOA.Y OCT. 6. For County Colleotor. ;ling is lively here now. We tin- dyrataild several of pur lending plas- rers hiive work ahead that will Cupy their time for two least. oc- weeks at We are authorized to nfinounce G. M. Ettkr as a candidate for re-election to ! Soi the office of County Collector at the No vember election * Look on the first page tional local matter. for addi- A large amount of cotton is arriv- ing at Whitewright. "Texas Joe," to put it mildly, was on the "rampage" yesterday. Jim Parr's livery stable was 'Eclipsed" Thursday in large letters. The Fort Scott band furnishes music for the Muskogee fair. The Lone Star Mills shipped two carloads of flour yesteiday, one to Paris and one to Calvert. > You can buy a good heating stove for $3 of McCarthy, they are selling goods on a gold basis. ^ 10 6 3 Commencing to-day the M. E. church sabbath school will convene at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Imported wines and brandies at Waterman &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 October 1878

?.,-r. V 5SWC Vol. VI. laili) Wrtws. Denison, Texas. Tuesday Morning. October 8,1878. No. 194. 1 v. i , } N I, \ SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL COMF. EXAMINE OUR FRESII and well selected stock of pall goo • a a u o o a an o n a a uau 000 000 DDDD SSSS 0 0 0 0 D D s s 0 0 0 0 D D H 8 8 8 8 I> n 6 S SSSS 0 0 0 0 i D H 0 0 0 0 D D S 0 0 0 0 n D s s 000 000 DDDD SSSS Look at Our Extremely low FFFF II F F TO F F V oca it - a u u ii g it n u ao u no o it II ( 11 r. V RRRR f.E15E IT 11 R K II R R K IT RRRR f.bk II R R K II R R Hi ii ggg uuu R R rker ssss B 8 8 SSSS, S S ssss And you cari't help but give us 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, 17 1-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WOORSTED AND SILK BBUB RUHR B B U R B B It K B B H H BBBB HRUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 October 1878

J'he JPaih! IWENJNCW. TUESDAY OCT. 8, 1S78. Municipal Officers. R. M. GRUB US W. I), ls.1 itK WILLIAM HAliDWI A. 11. COFFIN O. H. C)'M A LEV li. F. RADKLKFP.... G. G. RANDKLI counc1lman- \V. M. PECK, councilmen J. C. FE1LD, councilman A. O. IIALL, councilmen W. B. boss, Regular meeting of C in each month. Mayor . President of Council CK . Marsha' .Assessor & Collector .Treasurer City Clerk .City Attorney -1st ward : ED. N. ALLEN. -jd ward: II. TONE. -3d wakd: W. D. KIRK. -4th ward : JUSTIN RAYNAT-. ouncil, fust Thursday Republican Extravagance. People do not seem to comprehend the reason for the hard times. In- stead of attributing it to extravagance, both national and individual, they seem to think it is all due to some money hocus pocus, which they can- not explain.- By the last report of the Secretary of the Treasury, the total net ordina- ry expenses of the United States government, EXCLUSIVE of the PUBLIC DEBT, INTEIIES T and pensions, were as follows: From the foundation o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 October 1878

! i i I ♦ « * Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Grocerios, 309 Main Street, denison, texas. Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. P I A |\| AO Retail price $1000 only $275 • I r\l 1 V./OParlor Oigans, price $34° DENISON COTON GIN & CORN MILLS A.R.COLLINS Si CO., only $95. I' Washington, N iper J- free. price D. F. Bfalty 9-11 4W ■^pilE 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 COO RRR 00 000 KKKRRR II PICK „SKs O OR R O OO OH It R II I! 2 s RRR O OO UK RRR It lfK "SS, o on R R o 00 0 K R It It It K S OGO R R 00 OOC I5KK R R II EKE hK8s -AT— HENRY MEllRITT, 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 & YVALDRON'S DRUG STORE. -JO 20 $50 Cliro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 October 1878

JDaily ||ctus. ^Tjei^SO'INT TUfisHAY OCT. 8, 1S7S. For County Collector. We are authorized to Announce G. M. Etthr as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Collector at the No- vember election * Things are •Rooming" at the compress—running day and night. Slippers for women, men, servants and children at Sherburne's. The Denison & Pacific railroad wants one hundred tie makers. An account book with H. Por- I Rev. \I. A*. Daugheitv, in his dis- ter, on which was written James | coarse Sunday evening on "Char- Guthrie, was lost Saturday between ity," threw some hot shot in the the Gate City Hotel and Brown's camp of ''Yeidelisin," andlmpugned Bazar, the finder will confer a favor th<; motives of that gentleman, stat- by leaving the same at this office. ing his charity was not of the right —rr ~ , . , , 1 kind, that it was vaunted and pufffd 11 you feel like taking a dunk of , , , , good old whiskey or Cognac, drop UP* a,,d that he 80uRht afler °tonety in at Brenner'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 October 1878

* A > * < r:: . i «• I ! J Hcnioon iXl'lBG. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Wednesday Morning. October q, 1878. No. iq5. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL COMF1, EXAMINE OUR FRF®11 and well selected stock of fall (iao g a c o o 8 a a 000 o o 00 g G ooo O O OOO duud d d II 0 d D< D d ooo dddd hssb 8 8 S H ssss 8 8 8 s .. ssss .. Look at Our Extremely low FFJT II GGG U F II O G U F II G U FFF HO U F II a GO u F II G G U tl RRRR F.KEK SSSS U It R K SB ij R R r 8 II RRRR F.KE SSSS IT R R F. 8 U R R Ft 8 8 ... II GGG UUU It R UK KB SSSS And you can't h^lp but give us HE 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 B R R B B R R B B R R TtBBB RRRR B B R R B B R R B B R R IiBBB R R a A AA A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 October 1878

'i'hc Batlvj itcws. disivjsoin. WEDNESDAY OCT. 9, 1S78. Municipal Officers. R. M. GltUBBS Mayor W,D. KUIK...„ President of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. H. COFFIN O. K. (VMALEY .... E. F. RAUELKFF.. G. G. RANDELL... ...As csbor & C ollector Treasurer ..City Clerk ......City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WARD ! W. M. FKCK, ED. N. ALLEN. COL'NClLMKN-—ID WARD; J. C. FE1LD, H. TONE. COUNCILMAN—315 WAHD: A. O. 11ALL, W. P. KIRK. COUNC1LMKN—-4TH WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. A Question for the Pooplo. It may do to be a greenbacker, but bow much better—how much more patriotic—to be a democratic jjreeu- backer. It is altogether out of the question that the mass ot the people can be deceived by the independent greenback movement. It is based on the folly of a desperate greed for office. It can accomplish nothing save disaster and demoralization. It is as hurtful to the greenback cause as its success would be to the democra- c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 October 1878

4 < o # T. A < « > V "T* * Groceries. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. |@P*Second door West of Post-office. 7 jo "T-MIK ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Deitlei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No, 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. UY YOUR B OCJO ItRR OO 000 KKKliRU II KICK KSSR O O It R O O 0 O K R R II K 5 s C. 11RR 000 ItK RRll II KB a8 « CI OO R R O 0 0 OR ft R II K „ g GGQ R R 00 000 BKF.K R II KKRMHSB —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 —— in' — .— - ——- - *■ - ■ - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PI A I I ri I 1 \J O I'arlor Otgans, price $34°' DENISON COTON GIN & CORN MILLS A.R.collins&CO„ Livery Stable*. jr. M. PARIl'S only $95, Paper free. Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 October 1878

She Sailg foetus. DENINON. WEDNfiSDAY OCT. 9, 1878. For County Colleotor. We arc authorised to announce G. M Ettkr an ii candidate for re-election to the office of County Collector at the No- vember election ♦ Fresh beer always on "tap" at Waterman & Weil's. 10-2 if. Fine Cigars at Guiteau & YVal- d ron's. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- erman & Weil's. jo 2 M Slippers for women, men, servants and children at Sherburne's, Try the six year old Rye whiskey at Brenner's. The most complete stock of Flan- nels can be had at the Flag store. 8 3t English and Scotch ales at Water man & Weil's. 10 2 tf. Imported wines and brandies at Waterman & Weil's. 10-2 if. W. W.Salsbury will receive every morning, fresh compressed yeast. 1 10 8 2 w Malaga grapes, California pears, raisins and a superior line of fancy crackers at C. R. Euper's. 10 5 iw The largest and best stock of cloth- ing in Denison always at M. Gold- soil & Co.'s. 9 29 Dr. W. M. Nagle, Physician and Surgeon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 October 1878

.-I J <; > * '*■ * f La • M Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, October io, 1878. No. ig6. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL pOMK, EXAMINE OUR FRESH and well selected STOCK OF FALL (* GO 000 000 mnm sssa G G 0 0 0 0 )) I) H s 0 <) 0 0 i) D s fl 0 0 0 0 i), J) s f> 0 0 0 0 D l> ssss G (i(i 0 0 0 0 ]> I) s <r 0 0 0 0 D J> H <; a 0 < 0 0 d u 8 S Ci cc 000 000 DDDD R5JSS Look at Our Extremely low mar 11 y Tt r 11 kff ii i' ii V nua 11 (i u IT r, u (1 v O ua u (i u U it i:nitR rrciOR IT It R K IT 11 R X IT KllHH KF.R tt 11 h k u r r w liCHi UUU K U KRKIt ssss H 8 H 83BS B 8 8 K8S8 And you can't help but give us 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, 17 1-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WOORSTED AND SILK HBUB RltBtt A * n DDDD SS8S 11 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 October 1878

--L-iiiii Ihc Daily Bcius. " DENINOIN. THURSDAY OCT. 10, 1878. ill. 1/ - -Vr.l" , ■■ A,v y, - - I 'A. ... ■ ■ '■*" $), I fV ' " -'T „ w Jp9HP®P^ Municipal Officers. n. M. OltUBBS Mayor W. D. KIKK President of Council WILLIAM HAKDW1CK Marshal A. H. COFFIN . Assessor & Collector O. E. O'M Al-E Y....., .....Treasurer E. F. KADSLKFK City Clerk ii. G. HAnDELL ..City Attorney COUNCILMAN— lbT WAKD: W. M. PECK, ed. N. ALLEN. J. C. FEI J,P, COL'NClLMILN—2D WAKD ii. TONE. COUNCILMEN—3D WAKD.' A. O. HALL, VV. D. KIRK. COUNCILMttN—4TH WARD .* W. B. liOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in eitch mouth. Down East Politics- The constitution of Maine is a pe- culiar constitution. It was gotten up 011 the idea that a legislative joint ballot* was unreliable, and that neith- er body is to be wholly trusted. Connor, Smith and Garcelon were respectively the republican, national and democratic candidates. One Col. Frederick Robie, a republican, also received sonic votes—se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 October 1878

V I iv Lf TV^ 0 - 1 f it B if ! * V * I" A ' V| «!* \ « '•Jst' * Vwpb 4 ( PiPii - *■.$>- v-, m Groceries. w. R. BIBB, Denier in -family Groceries, 309 Main Street,^ DENISON, TEXAS. 5t3P*Seeond door West of Post-office. ___ 7 20 "jpilE ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealei in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. UY YOUR 3 % aoa „ Ktttt OOO ItM HRR ii I'D! nfi3u no r k o 00 0 g r r ii k „ su ii r oo oco kkit. u jl ii kkic hl 'as° - AT— HENRY MERRITT, No. i2t Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. CORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. DENISON, - - - TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-itf BOLTON'S Photograph Gallery 328 Manin Street, over GUITEAU & WALDRON'S DRUG STORE. -20 D Dentistry. ENTAL ROOMS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ■ . . - 1 PI A }\J O lit-1ail price $ickjoonly $J75, I I n n L/O Parlor Oi gans, price $340, only $95. Paper free. D. Washington, N j. DENISON COTON G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 October 1878

MM ■w* , JJailg Bcxus. DENISON, THURSDAY OCT. 10, 1S7S. ■g. _ We notice that the fatmers arc supplying themselves with new Wagg- ons. Almost daily, new Wagons ate For County Collector. Billy Campbell, the veteran *cu-j THJ58TAK THAT NEYER SET?. tioneer, has opened an establishment ; | next door to the Kansas City Store. Importers of Dry Woods, Fancy 1$ We are authorised to announce G. M. session of good wairons and Ettkr as « candidate for re-election to : " 0 the office of County Collector at the No- 1 machinery. vember election * ' • out home by our thrifty agi'i- Mr. Campbell intends engaging in ■ culturists. Nothing adds so much the auction business on a large scale, to the success of farming as the pos- ' and will deal extensively in buying farm The inside of Mr. RaynaPs new building is being plastered. ' « ■■■■ Foley, the merchant tailor, has opened a shop one door east of the expess office. We are informed that R. II. Rue, contemplates disposing of bis farm and moving back to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 October 1878

•r fT ■' " " X-V ' . .. "V "v- • • . 'f"" •■■•wrtifl) ■ i PPjpiji ' •'- |Kprap|MM| . .f| , WBB r •*« * * i .4 A'T - M 4># * I ' > , r Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning. October ii. '878. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL G QOMF, EXAMINE OUR FRESH and well selected STOCK OF FALL (UJO ooo OOf IH>D]> SSSR o o o <) o o b i) K S G o o o o l) l> 8 o o o o o D D S Q o <) 8 o D D SSSR ti GG o o o D D H a <j <) o I > o B I) I 0 G ( o o <) i J> s s GOG 000 ooo DDDD HSS8 Look at Our Extremely low FFI'T II G | 11 8 $ QUO IT 17 TtRRR KERB KHHS U IT II R R R H H _ IT IT 11 II R 8 II G IT IT IIRRR WK.I? SSSS If U GO IT II R U K R II G O U IT It 11 V. R R II GOG UUU II R KERR SHSS And you can't help but give us 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, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 October 1878

%■ ■ J ? rn '"f2 'tf w ■ [he iJitilij JXcius. l>laNI(80Wr". FRIDAY OCT. ii. ,87.6 Munloipal Officers. K. M. uriUDBS... Mnvor W. I>. KIRK President of Council vV II,1.1 AM HAKPWICK Mavsli.il ;V JJ* COFFIN Assessor & Collector t-' n 1-EV Treasurer E. K RADIiKKKT City Clerk G. O. UANDKLL. City Attorney COUNCILMAN 1ST WARD: W\ M. I'BCK, ED. N ALLKN. COL'NCI V .s;iCN—3D WAND I J. C. FE1LP, n. TONE. COUNCIL MEN—30 WARD.* • A. O. HALL, w. P. KIRK. COUMCZLM UN—4TH WARD I w. n. noss, justin u wnal. Regular meeting1 of Council, first Thnrsduy in euch month. The October Elections. The Democrats of the country have good reason to feci encouraged by the result of the October elections. Ohio has given a Republican majori- ty on the State ticket of from 7,000 to 10,000, but little attention was paid to the State offices. The con- test was for Congressmen, and it is conceded that the Democrats have carried eleven out of the twenty dis- tiicts—a gain of three. In Iowa the Republican majori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 October 1878

, warn ■t <,► i • r '► % T .t 4 -i l ► «* mpTr..:' '- '®y f f - I'?' «: Groceries. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in I Family Groceries, w NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PI A l\J 0 Q Retail price $ 1000 only $275. I I r\ I 1 \JOI'arlor Otgans, price $34°> only $95. Paper free. I). F. Heady Washington, N J. 9-11 4W DENISON GOTON GIN & CORN MILLS A. R.COLLINS & CO., Livery Stables. J. M. PARR 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. $t^Second door West of Post-olliee. 7 20 "JpilE ALAMO GROCERY, T. A. SALE, Proprietor. Dealt: 1 in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Fresh vegetables always on hand. No. 105 Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. JgUY YOUR OCi<! HRR OO 000 KRBHRU If IJICI«K!>8= o OH B o 00 O U It R II E 5 * O HRR O 00 KB RRR II KB BSSs ti no R R O O O O K R It IT K H 5 COO R It OO 000 KBKR tt II BKB "SSB HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - - TEXAS. Chromo Cards, (perfect beauties) j with name, 10c. Outfit 10c. Turner '< Card Co., Ashland, Mass. 911 4W I 20 Ear Diseases. Dr. C. E. Shoemak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 October 1878

laity JUras. DKNISOJN. ...OCT. XI, 1S78. m For County Collector. :>V.t are authorised to announce G. M. ik rs n candidate for le-election to iftice of County Collector at the No- ber election ♦ When a quarantine officer wants a fifteen cent barber to shave and dye ! his moustache for ten cents, the sup- position is that he is poorly paid. Tho County Judge Race. Correspondence. ~The Lone Star Mills shipped One ar load of flour to Shreveport yes- 'crday. — Malaga grapes, California pears, raisins and a superior line of fancy crackers at C. R. Euper's. 10 5 xw The Spence trial is set for next Monday, before the district court at Sherman. Shoes for ladies, Shoes for misses, Shoes for children, at Sherburne's Shoe Store. Several families en route for the south, are detained at the Rusk Av- enue Hotel, waiting to procure quar- antine passes. Fresh beer always 011 Waterman & Weil's. "tap" at 10-2 tf. New buildings arc going up in every direction, and our lumber yard merchants say th...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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