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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 October 1878

I 3 - ' ""ffl■Vrv: ' ■ ■'. Vol. VI Urtos. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning. October 12, 1878. No. rg8. • - .; <$■ 'J > .. i SINGER'S GOLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL OOMF, EXAM IN E -OvW j FRESH ' and well selected STOCK OF FALL <ioa OOO OOO DDDD 0 a 8 8 0 0 D 8 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 1> D 0 O O 0 0 D D u 00 O O 8 8 8 D 0 (i O O 0 u O 0 0 0 1) D GGO 000 OOO DDDD S8S8 s s s s ss38 S s h .. SSSS .1 Look at Out' Extrenudv low ,i's ;'r i : 1 T J J A rvvv ii GGG U U iulhll K.KKE BBSS i" ii o o u u r r k 8 8 K IIO U U R R K 8 TTF ii O it it RRRIt KBK BBSS F II ti GC. U ii R HP, 8 V II G U U U R R « 8 R ... V II GGG uuu k R kerb 88SB ... And you car^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...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 October 1878

THE WINKELMF.YF.R BEER. Munloipal Officers. ^ R. M. ORURBS Mayor W, D. KIRK PicslJeut of Conncll WILLIAM HARD WICK Murshal A. H, COFFIN... Assessor A Collector O. K. O'MAl.EV Treasurer K. P. RAUBLKI'F City Clerk G. G. RANJIELb City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WARD: W. M. PECK, El). N. ALLEN. Councilman—JO WAUU: J. C. FE1LD, If. TONE. COtmCII, IBN**tD ward: A. O. HALL, VV. D. KIRK. trt>lWCU.M N~-<ltl WA«I>5 W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each mouth. Both among the people and in the papers the matter of giving more publicity to legal notices is being commented utfon. The Bretiham Banner call® attention to the matter, and says the Legislature should cor- rect it. uIt frequently happens that Sheriff's and other legal sales made in pursuance to written notices pos- ted mi court house doors are utterly unattended save by speculators who make a business of buying, property in this way, and the party at whose instance the property is sold. Such...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 October 1878

r- )i > J f f> lv M* ft i S « I * X >V> H # * 4 uv , *-r ♦ t .w- iRINITYHALL,S2 stablished 1867. English unit French lome-School for Young Ladies. Varied ■'Ivantages of the highest order. Number i pupils limited. Fall Irrm ocglns Sept. •> For circular, address Miss R. G luNT, Prin. 1014W Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISQN, TEXAS. &2*-Second door West of Post-office. J 720 B UY YOUR -fjorrnrH noJIoO «00 HRR 00 000 KEK lUlTl II BKU KSSK t OR RO 00,OK II R I! I'.. 3 ft £ HRR o 00 KB KRll II I'M BSS„ ' OO R R O, 00 OK R R U K K § GOO K R O0 000 BURR It II WClt HBSS tc^ir ;; - i'| . • i,!,'-! • ill Jk iir;—AT,— > I« u I L jitOLi 11 UK f.\ li ilflH I HENRY MEKRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - . ; TEXAS. 1 ^ORNER GROCERY, ^ W. H. PIER, Frop'r, 1:. r Main street and Austin avenue. "ENISON, TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 10-4 tf Fruits, Vegetables, etc. BOLTON'S Photograph Gallery 329 Manin Street, over iUITEAU &. WALDRO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 October 1878

fir gaily DKNIHSON SATURDAY. • ■ •. •...... OCT. is, 1878. We trust Jack Frost will soon ar rive and put an end to the quaran- tine farce. Fresh beer always on "tap" at Waterman & Weil's. io-a if. BKNNE JUMP THIS GRATITUDE The colored school is in a flour- ishing condition, and is largely at- tended. Fine Cigars at Guiteau & Wal- d ion's. J. M. Lea, proprietor.of the Plan- ters House, is doing a lively business at "scalping." Try the six year old Rye whiskey at Brenner's. Mr. Frank Carse is putting up a handsome residence on east Gaudy street. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- el man & Weil's. jo 2 t! Five carloads of cattle were ship- ped to St. Louis Friday and twenty- iour carloads to Chicago. Five car loads of iron lor the Den* ison & Pacific arrived yesterday, and five more cars are expected to-day. Mr. Pier has opened a branch gro- cery house on Main street, one door west of P. McGreevy's. Slippers for women, men, servants and children at Sherburne's. It is rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

■Willi ! ■ , :•' . . ■ B ' ■ < II J J f I 1 4 L 4 . Vl •eH *■ i ,>• . * <r, W. failtj iXctwo. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Sunday Morning, October j3, 1878. No. 1 gg. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL COMF. EXAMINE OUR FRESH and well selected stock of fall (JOO 000 000 DDDD SSSS o a 0 0 0 0 D D H S u 0 0 0 0 l> D S 0 0 0 0 0 l> D H G 0 0 0 0 n D SSSS O GO 0 0 0 0 i) D 9 O O 0 0 0 0 i) J> ft 0 a 0 0 0 0 D s s GOO 000 000 DDDD SSSS Look at Our Extremely low FFFF n OGO u r 11 o g u F ii O V fff iio u F ii U OO U f ii b OB U BURR FREE SSSS U R R K S S IT R R F R U RRRR KFK SSSS IT R R K 8 OR R W S S ... ii GOO UUU H R EEEK 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...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

; £>r m m f If October. wi««>nly nwlng* tho purpling vino, Th yellow maples Hhuio before, """* TJvegolJ^u -tawny iwh-tfoe# stund Hard by our oottago door . October glows on every cheek, October iblmm in every eye, While up the hill and down the dale Her crliuson banners tly. —Dora Jtwui Ooodalt, in Scribiur/or October. The Autumn Sheaf. 111 remember early autumn days, When golden leaven were Uoatlug In the air, Aril reddening oaks stood Bomber In the haze Till sunset struck them with Its redder glare— And faded, leaving mo by wood and Held, In fragrant dew and flagrant velvet mold, To wait among the shadesof night, coneealed, And hear that story whloh but once Is told Through many seasons of the falling leaves I watched my fading hopes, and watched their fall; 11 memory they are gathered now Uko Sheaves, So withered that a touch would scatter all. Dead leaves, and dust more dead, to fall apart, ' Leaves bonding oneeIn archeB over me, And dust inclosing once a loving heart, And...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

't • • ■ • 1 - iasthelp! forxhewiak, nervous and debilitated! The afflicted can now be restored to perfect health and bodily energy, at home, without the use of medicine of any hind. PULVEHMACIiKIfH electric belts AIVI) BANDH, For self-application to any part of the body, meet every requirement. The most learned physicians and scientific men of Europe and this country indorse them. TIiphg noted Curative appliances have now stood the test for upward of thirty yen ts, and are protected by Li-ttere-Pateut in .11 the principal countries of the world. They were decreed the only Award of Merit for Kleotric Appliances at the great World's Exhibitions — Paris, Philadelphia, and eUewhci and have been found the most valuabl . simple, and efficient known treatment for the cure of disease. READER, ARE YOU AFFLICTED ? and wish to recover the same degree of health, strength, and energy as experienced in former years? Do any of the following symptoms or class of symptoms meet your diseased conditi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

m iq The Xlailvi 1\ cms. 1>MNI80N. SUNDAY OC r. 13, i' 78. SPECIAL LOCALS. Hotels and Restaurants. NERVOUS DEBILITY! ALAMO HOTEL, Municipal Officers. it. m. GRUnus w. n. kirk pu WILLIAM HAKDWiCK. A. 11. (.'Oi l 1\ \s <>. E.'O'MAI.KV E. F. R.ADI 1.1 !• K G. 0. KANDKl.l Mayor tit ot Council Marshal or Collector ... . Treasurer .. ..City Clefk' City Attorney C OUNCILMAN—•!ST WAKD.' \V. M. PKCK, ED. N. ALLEN. COlTNCll.MEN—41) WAKD: J. C. FMILD, IF. TONE. OOUNCILM RN-—3^ WARD! A. O. HALL, W. I). KIKK. COUNCILM KN—.jTfl WAIU) : W. R. BOSS, JUSTIN H.YYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. Gen. Old has "one to Fort Dun- can(Eaole Past.) to have an interview* with Geti. Trevino. Vital weakness or depression: a weak exhausted feeling, no energv or courage-j tne result of mental owv work, indescre- j lions or excrsK's or mme drain upon the system, is alwins cured by Hum itirey'g 1 lomceopathi" Specific No 28. It tone s up and invigorate* the system, dispels t|...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

' rt||* l al ▼ \ <i <4. > f| V I ' fc 1 I * i v 4 ** < i¥ M TRINITYHALL™ Established 1867. English and French {ome-School for Young Ladies. Varied .'lvaiitiines of the highest order. Number / pupils limited. Fall term begins Sept. 0. For circular, address Miss R. G Av lUNT, Pi in. 1014W Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 300 Main Street, denison, texas. &3"*Second door West of Pout-office. 7-20 gUY YOUR • nco HHR 00 000 KKH TlItR II FKHoSSR Jt OR R O OO O E 11 It If K £ 8 (, RKH O OU KB ItRR 11 I0K BJiSc U no II R o 00 O V, R It IT R K y GGG R It OO 000 EKK It R II KKK hSHs —AT- henry merritt, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - • TEXAS. £ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin uveuue. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. v'i,uea ^literature, art & song Acknowledged the richest, rarest and handsomest hook evi r issued from the American pret-B. combining poetry, his- tories, biographies, essays, anecdotes, music and engravings. Magnificently Illustrat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

■ m flew*. DKN1SON. SUNDAY MORNING. THE CHARITY. FAIR. by amy randolph. The pleasant quiver of sunshine streaming through golden and blue me- dallions of stained glass lay along the marble corridor of the hotel, and the echo of many footsteps kept up a per- petual tumult in its length and breadth, as Dudley Southall sprang up tho broad blaokwalnut stairs, two steps at a time, and knocked at tho olossed door of "No. 92 " " May I come in, old fellow P" Mr. Isidor Smithors, a tall, yellow- haired young man, with watery blue eyes and a mouth which had the chronic defect of being always half open, stood before his cheval glass deeply absorbed in tying a sky-blue satin cravat. " Yes, you may come in," said Mr Smithers, without turning his head; " but you can't stay more than ten min- utes at the utmost, for I'm going out— to call on the ladies. Did you know that I was interested in the Charity FairP" " No, are vouP" " That is, I'm interested in Miss Ber- tha Ward, and she's interested in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

v- J V • S' ' *• *> ■ i ■' A ► 41> * * .1 I * s* < J f r V 4 # HflK* <* rV 5 he Jlailn flfipsi. D E NIHON, SUNDAY MOItNING. FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. FEUN-NKKD. Sliu filled her shoes with fern-seed, This foolish little Noll, And in tlio summer nuimhine Wont dancing down tho dell. For whoso treadson fern-seed— So ftttry utorles toll— liocomea invltilble ut onee, So potent is its spell. A frog mused by the brook-side: " Can yon nee me I" she erled; He leaped across the water, A flying leap and wido. "Oh, that's because I asked him I I mast not speak," she thought, And skipping o'er the meadow Tho shady wood she sought. The squirrel chattered on the bough, Nor noticed her at all, The birds sang high, the birds sang low, With many a ory and oall. The rabbit nibbled In tho grass, The snake basked in the snn, Tho butterflies, like floating flowers, Wavered and gleamed and shone. The spider in his hammock swung, The gay grasshoppers danced; And now and then a orloket sung, And shini...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 October 1878

Adam Forepaugh's Great Show Railroad Jottings. Denison in Her Inftenoy Five Years cnr load MM $U\U5. Salisbury lias received of oats from Kansas. DENISON. SUNDAY OCT. 13. i8;S The raffle which took place Sal unlay evening at the Hank Exchange for a set of elegant parlor furniture We are authorized to announce J. P. Lank, of Collin county, as a candidate. fo. representative (''floater") from Gray- ; was won by Mr. Will Lowe. 8on and Collin countlev — • 1 j Porter has got the finest stock of W. B. Boss, shipped a car load of groceries in town. Go and see for flour yesterday to Houston. Corn was sel.ing on the streets [/yesterday at 25 cents per bushel. —— ♦ ■ Fresh beer always on "tap" at Waterman & Weil's. 10-3 if. ♦ . -■ The Spence case has been continu- ed until the next term of court. Custom made Cheviot shirts at the 13 5t Fi.ag Store. yourself—between Dollar Sloi'e and Bennett's. ——- ♦- The Denison Hebrew Mutual Be- nevolent Association will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 October 1878

■k m i> hi.ipy I..,, Vot. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, October i5, 1878. No. 200. singer's column. Cotton or no Cotton low prices will CO MP.,' EXAMINE unci well selected OUR FRESH stock ofi ai.l CH-O ' O O « , o u go u a :i o oca 000 rQ ao o o o o o 0 0 0 <> 8 oof. o o j; o o o o o o o o O q o ssss s s i> 8 n 8 8 /n 1) I) s 1> US (4 . ddi)d hsss . ^ook af Our Extremely low jrnr n u imim n lI 0 " " H H K K iff II () V U.HRBJl kef. B8RR V ii ii' 11(1 u i! 11 ll« h V II (i G U 17 H II K s s... i> 11 ggg uuu n b f,kek srbs ... can't help but give us THE fREFERENGE. Black Alpaccas, 30, 35, 40 anti 50 cents per yard. Black a&d Brown English Cafhmeres, Double width, ■ 60aani9. 75c per yard. jilack 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. VEGETINE. rev. j. p. ludlow writes; death! The Scythe of Sorrow ns Busily Employed as Ever. h 178 b.\r/i!i<) br , brpokl,y%...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 October 1878

"%'Y- ! $hc Daily Hcuis. SPECIAL LOCALS. Hotel* and Restaurant!. DKNISON. TUESDAY OCT. 15. >878. Municipal Officers. R. M. ORUUBS Mayor W. D. KIRK President of Council WILLIAM ItAHDWICK Marshal A, H, COPFIM,,.,. Ahscskot A Collector O. E. O'MALEV . % Treasurer K. P. UADKLEFK.City Clerk G. 0. llANDKLL.. .......City Attorney COUNCILMAN-—I ST WARD ." W. M. PKCK, ED. N. ALLEN. councilmen—3d ward: J. C> FKILI), H. TONE. covkc1lmkn—1 war®: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIRK. COUNCIL MEN—4TH WARD : W. B. noss. JIM in RAY N A ! . Regular neeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. THB MILD POWER o u n Ei HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. ALAMO HOTEL,!fl[ DENISON"! DENISON, TEXAS R. E. Smith, Esq., has withdrawn from the race for county attorney. The East Texas association will open their fair on the 15111 inst. at Tyler. Every preparation is being made to give an extensive exhibition. Mr. Calvin J. Fuller, one of Bon- ham's oldest and most highly esteem- ed citizens, died Friday at 12 o'cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 October 1878

' " ';' •- \ . ^ .*2 ,. Real Estate Agents. «i' 4 tX TRINITY HALL,™ «*tabllshed 1867. English and French lome-School for Young Ladies. Varied *lvantanes ol the holiest order. Number *'• pupils limited. Fall term begin* Sept. i$. For circular, address Miss R. G. Hunt, Prin. 1014W Grooeries. w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. Kl^Second door West of Post-office, v 720 B UY YOUR pctl RRR 00 COC HXltRIt II IfKK RS«B • OR K O O f! O F. 11 K II K 5 s O _ URR O OO BR KRIl IT KK sSS,, « OO It R O OO 0 K 11 It II It „ 3 OOO R R OO OOC HI! 1C K R II V.KK H«S8 —-AT— ' - HENRY MERRITT, No. i3i Main street, DENISON. - - TEXAS. £ORNER GROCERY, j W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. DEtflSON, - - - TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES. Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. ^ ^LITERATURE, ART & 80NG Acknowledged the richest, rnrest and handsomest book ever issued from the American press. combining poetry, his- tories, biographies, essa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 October 1878

' , r-,-rr , .I,,--.—-r-assarcr"'' mm* She SaillJ Sews. DENISON. TUfiSDAY OCT. 15, 1875. Harold Gooch was 111 the city yes- terday. en route for Bonham. A. R. McCarthy, of Whitesboro, boasts a twelve pound boy. Fresh beer always on "tap" at Waterman & Weil's. 10 2 if. Quite a number of citizens were called to Sherman yesterday to at- tend court. Custom made Cheviot shirts at the 13 5l Fi.ag Store. The Society Vorwaerts will give a ; grand ball sometime during the early i part of next month. New style box papers at Brown's ; Bazaar. it. ! Mr. Jackson has charge of the branch grocery house of Mr. Pier on Main street. Cant. Puff leaves in a few days for the Pan Handle country, fur the pur- pose of locating a sheep ranch. lie will accompany the Rev. Carhart's patty. A Rare Bargain. Acheson wants to sell his drug store. He has the best house, stock, fixtures and location in town, and is doing the largest business. ijjtf Dr. W. M. Nagmj, Physician and Surgeon, Office at Live Drug Stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 October 1878

-A ^ Vol. VI. 0 Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. October 16,1878. No. 201. ;p| > In r I re\ "5 fij ' 1* / singer's column. Cotton or no Cotton low prices will c OMF, EXAMINE and well selected OUR FRESH stock of fall GGG OOO OOO noon SfjSS O G O O O 0 n u R S O O O O O 8 D S G O O 0 0 1 O O O 0 0 d n HB8R G GG O O 0 0 i g H O G O O 0 0 I O G O O 0 0 D D S S .. GGG OOO OOO DDDD ssss .. Look at Our Extremely low PFFK II GGG IT IT TlTtim FREE 8SSS v ii g g u it 11 It l« 8 8 v ii (. 17 it It k k b kff ii g it u HRKIt kick s88s V II G GG IT IT R UK „ 8 F II G (1 IT UK 11 K 8 8 ... V II GGG Ul'U It U B1SEK SRSS ... And you can't help but give us THE PREFERENCE. 40 Black Alpaccas, 30, 35, and 50 cents per yard. i31ack and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 60c and 75c per yard. □lack and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. Dress Goods. 10, 12 12, 15, 171-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WOORSTED AND SILK nmiB RKKIt A n DDDD SRSS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 October 1878

Hotels and R««tiuranti 3Jhe JBathj ilcivrs. i' DENIHON. WEDNESDAY OCT. Calhoun and Flat Monoy. 1878. One or two Greenback stump speakers in tliis State have even gone so far as to claim that Calhoun was an advocate of an irredeemable pa- per currency, and the other day we saw in the Jefferson Timplecute what rtfei red to. It forces the ct editors ot the government and private cre< itors to take them and the govern- refuscs to take them for customs dues going to the government, and it was this inherent vice in the law that sent the greenbacks in July, 1S64, down to 37 cents. The Supreme Court sustained the law as a war measure. The Demo- cratic party always bows to the ad- judication on constitutional questions ot this august tribunal. They say that settles the question as to the greenha;ks. a?id likewise as to the. ALAMO HOTEL, DENlioiT; M0I1 llflVi DENISON, TEXAS. purported to he an extract from one National bank notes, for as these i of his speeches, which was distorted latter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 October 1878

TRINITYHALL,Ef" fctabllnhed 1867. English and French .vome-School lor Young Ladies. Varied ^vantages of the highest order. Number •i pupils limited. Fall term begins Sept. y. For circular, address Miss R. G. rluNT, Prin. 1014W m* 4 * 1s 4) .* 7 f * > i Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 300 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. {^"■Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 UY YOUR oa RRR 00 000 KKK RRR II PICK KSSo O R R O OA 0 K R R TI K 2 s rrr OOO KK RRR 71 K| I no r r O OO O K R R II K „ g iiGG A R OO GOO KKK R R tl KKK SS HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - - TEXAS. I. 'ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. •ENISON, - - - TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES, Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf Druggists. W. M. II A. TV IV A, Wholesale and retail >d rrr u u nor. jr:oa 11 ssss rrn . d r r U U O a Ci Oil 3 os T D rrr O U O O It "HSS T d r r u u O OO ti OO II K 2 '1' d r r UU OOO GOO II "SS^ T No. 112 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The best...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 October 1878

I." I* • Hews. WEDNESDAY 2* I&OIV. 1 I i Fresh beer always Waterman & Will's. The condition of the weather for the past two days has been anything i but agreeable. The dust has been . OCI. 16, 1S7S. j jjuffocatintr, and even body is Stt=3S on "tap" at Eeoollect jo a tf. Only one re two saloons had liger beer on Tuesday. for rain. pray- Mohair suit call at the Flag Store. F01 a nice s3-5fc ----- ♦ No business was transacted in the mayor'a nut yesterday. — f Mixed diinfcs a speciality at Wat- ejman & Weil's. jo 2 t! A gentleman named Fisk, ofSher- aran, will open a branch boot and shoe store in the post office. Gui u & Waldron have made the science of pharmacy their life- study. Five wagons loaded with goods for Gainesville, passed through the city Tuesday. Re ceived yesterday at Louis Le- brecht's, a cask of genuine imported Gin. The drummers are plying their a Vacation on the streets again, re- gardless of the law. And now we hear it intimated that some of the lawyer...

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