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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 October 1878

bp. i' X < Vol. VJ. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, October 17, 1878. No. 20 2. singer's column. Cotton or no Cotton low prides will SELL GOODS! f-*OMF, EXAMINE L/ and well selected OUR FRESIl STOCK OF FALL ooo OOO 000 niinn SSSR 1 G O 0 0 8 n 1) 8 S O 0 0 i> I) s f hV., O 0 0 0 X) n s ? GO O 0 0 0 i> i) SSHS O 0 0 0 n 0 R * a O 0 0 0 D )> S > 0 O 0 0 0 u i> s s GGO OOO OOO I1DDD ssss Look at Our Extremely low - jql f 11 ggo 11 11 o u u 11 a 11 a ii ( go 11 u <1 c ti rmiu) itoisr kkss n B n « R N it n b it s 17 bllbh kkb bsss it b r p! k 17 b bp! s 8 c.; ii uau VVV b b kbbb ssss And you can't help but give us Mack Alpaccas, 30, 85, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Slack and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 60c and 75c per yard. i *:lack and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. £ress Goods. 10, 12 12,15, 171-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF WORSTED AND SILK VEGETINE. REV. J. P. LUDLOW WRITES; 178 Baltic St , B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 October 1878

he Satin H CUV 5. SPECIAL LOCALS Hotels and Restaurants ALAMO HOTEL, ■ I ' DEN180N. THURSDAY OCT t DENISON, TEXAS. k • I 1 There ore no greonbnekers in Howard county, Missouii. They take the Democratic platform straight, anil are happy ami prosper- ous. Secretary Sherman has ck'ciilc<l that hereafter silver bullion will be bought from the l/ul to supply it, the bidding to be open to all, and the silver to be delivered at the 'mints. A negro woman in San Antonio fell into a cataleptic state a few days ago, at a church, while laboring un- der religions excitement, and re- mained in the trance for fdrty-iight hours. THE MILD POWER U R. E S HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Been hi general use for twenty rears. Ever* where proved the most safe, simple, economical nnd efficient medicines known. They are juxt what (he people want, • aviim time, money, sickness and siiftei iii[ . livery single speritic the well tried prescription ofan eminent physician. For inle by driiEjsjiRts generall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 October 1878

1J'' f y\ V-.„ w * •* j T T ♦ -1 r T * i RINITYHALL j New Jersey stablished 1867. English niJ French ome-School for Young Ladies. Varied Jvantimes of the highest order. Number r pup 1 Ik limited. Full term begin* Sept. ■). For circular, address Miss R. G iuNT, Prln. 1014W Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Stre< t, DENISON, TEXAS. St^-Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. V.&3 ^LITERATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the riches', rarest and handsomest book ever issued Irotn the Ainericin press. combining poetry, his- tones, biographies. essays, anecdotes, music and engravings. Magnificently ill list hated, with over 400 engravings. A beautiful steel engraving presented gratis to each subscriber. This work should be in every home circle. AGENTS—This book will have a rapid and continued r.ale. Extra inducements to competent agents. Write at once for trim* and ter- ritory. J. 11. ClIAMIlEKS Ai Co. 10 12 4W St. Louis, Mo. 8 ■ ■ > •;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 October 1878

, X|« Sailg Sews. j)KMHON. THURSDAY OCT. 17. 1878. Cotton Burned at Waco. Fresh beer always Waterman «Sc Weil's. tit Intelligence was iccrivod in tl'.'o citjk yesteidav morning, that seventy bales of cotton had been e)estroy<jd b\ Inc at Waco. At las', account# the tile was still )'.ghlg, Four wagons of immigrants, en route for Southern Colorado, passed through the city yesterday. ■T'■ '■'* 111 "• — * 1 The trial of the McKamie murdtr case, 011 appeal, will comment'.' this morning in Dallas. • —. Superior five year-old whisky at Joe Brenner's. 1 ytf papers at Brown's it. Go to J. J. Collins' and get the Tebo flour. The. best is always the i £ >1* yusteiday. New style bux Bazaar. v ' ■*— M'tiile on a recent visit to Canada Mr. John McDougal purchased several suits of clothes for inti- mate friends in this city. Billy Campbell was one of the recepients, and donned them for them for the first time yesterday. ^ Th re is joy in the house of Mr. wee lassie" came to him We congratula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 October 1878

,t< • | . _ *.« >•#• '•'( i\ ♦' I H 4 I > > • "I • "f J <r T •>:•• '"■■■ Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning. October 18, 1878. No. 2o3. singer's column. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL nOMP, EXAMINE Vw' and well selected OUR FRESIl stock of fall OGO OOO OOO DDDD SSSS 1 ° I Q 0 0 0 I) D s S O 0 0 0 1) 1 > s O O 0 0 1) l> 8 ! Ga 0 0 0 0 l> D SSSS O O 0 0 1) r> 8 O O 0 0 D i> I ) Q O 0 0 0 \> D S H GGG OOO OOO DDDD SSSS Look at Our Extremely low tw 11 000 u II o u u * II u u (W II a u ! 11 o oa it no u u it itnim f.rcrcrc ssss u r r "i 8 b it r 11 r b u rrrr kick ssss it k r r s it r r V, s _s h ugu uuu r r rkek ssss And you can't help but give us FHE PREFERENCE. Jlack Alpaccas, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Jlack and Brown English Cashmeres, Doublo width, 30e and 75c per yard. flack and Brown French Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. Jress Goods. 10, 12 1-2,15, 171-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 October 1878

H'he jOailt} 31 cms. DKJNIHON. FRIDAY OCT. 18. 187^ o SPECIAL LOCALS. Hotels and Restaurant*. ADDRESS. THE MILD POWER U R E S HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. To the Greenbackers Throughout the Country. It is of the first importance tlia tvery advocate ol theory should clc.il'iy v_unij the tiue condition of uffuis anil the real issues upon vvlrch the contest is now being waged. The supreme obstmction to the t a- tabllshitient of the "gieenback" s the exclusive paper currency ol t'le countiy, is the National Bank i flj- ence. This immense, this threaten- ing, dangerous influence, with *11 its ramifications, is at work, concentrat- ing ali its power to extinguish, to withdraw the "greenback" i-sues, knowing full well that if taey can succeed in this single nuclei' the whole contest would be Been tn geneml use for twenty vears. I Ever\where proved the most s;ifr. simple, economical and efficient medicine* 1 tl | known. They «re ju>t what the people the "(jrefnb.uk want, saving time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 October 1878

*•> K -p r !r> ♦ ¥ r * • 1 New Jersey '♦tablished 1867. English and French anie-School t'nr Younn Ladies. Varied .{vantage* of the highest order. Number i pupils limited. Fnll term begins Stpt. t For circular, address Mist, R. G .iuNT, Prill. 1014W Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Denier in Pamily Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXA3. Jj3F~-Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 3 UY YOUR 3 khr 00 000 KKKnnn II KTKsK«s O R R O O O O K 11 R II t« 5 ° ItRR O 00 UK hrr II '"K MS,. no v. r o 00 o k u 11 it k „ g 3G X R OO CJOCJ HKKH Kit KKB'W* •SCO HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. • • TEXAS. CORNER GROCERY, W. n. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. «ENIS0N, - - • TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES. Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf Druggists. VS ^LITERATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the richer , rarest mid handsomest book ever issued Irom the Ainericin prei-s cotnbi ling poetry, his- toue«, biographies, essais, anecdotes, n.u-ic and erg avtngs. Magnificently illustra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 October 1878

Ui n -A, I | / WKN1HON. FRIDAY. OCT. Fresh beer always Waterman & Weil's. J cf?" ^ ; y'ollius was driving throng liyestciday, we should judgi 18, 1F7S. , rci(i estatc transaction v\ "tup" at 10 2 if. From the manner in which A. R. ] j'ollius was driving through the city j « sonic b'g j as on his , hu inls. Mis. F. Ledrick who luis been ill for several days is convalescing. Twelve cars of cattle we. 5 shipped to Chicago Thursday. The Denison Hose company were out for dull Thursday nie'nt. California pears, new dates, new figs and Malaga grapes at C. R. l£u- per's. iS,3t The News is informed that Mr. Ike Furber will reiuin to Denison and engage in the hotel business. Superior five year-old whisky at Joe Bienner's. i7tf The cotton receipts Thursday were larger than any one day during the season. Imported wines and brandies at Wateiman & Weil's. 10-2 if. Six car loads of very fine sheep, from Missouri, will arrive iu the city to-day, destined for a ranche neat San Antonio. Georg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 October 1878

y . ' 'M T? • I jj j - M > f t > J i u Ill III — IIAiMmm— I *I Vol. VI. I)i:nison, Texas, Saturday iMorning, October ig, 1878. No. 204. SINGER'S COLUMN. Cotton or no Cotton LOW PRICES WILL EXAMINE OUR FRESH <*/ and well selected stock of fall OGO ooo ooo i1ddd ssss ♦ 0 o o 8 8 II 1) s s () 0 11 i) 8 I O O 0 0 i> 11 s f o O 0 0 D D SSKS i ao O O 0 0 i) n R • a o O 0 0 i> n 8 I u o O 0 0 ]> D 8 S OGO OOO OOO DDDO SSSS Look at Our Extremely low jtkf it ogo u it rnr.r fhhh asss f II O G U IT R R W 8 B < II « IT IT K It F 8 *P II G II U llRIlR Fit It BBSS f IT O OO IT it It n it. R } II O O U UK R F S 8 .. ' II GOO UUU K u KKItn ssss .. And you can't help but give us SHE PREFERENCE. ilaclc Alpaccas, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. Hack and Brown English Cashmeres, Double width, 30c and 75c per yard. Hack and Brown trench Cashmeres, Double width, 75c to $1 per yard. iress Goods. 10, 12 1-2,15, 171-2, 20, 25, 30, 35,40 and 50 cents per yard. AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF ,WOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 October 1878

i fl 1. ww&mm Us TURDAY SPE01AL LOCALS. Hotels and Restaurants ews. DEN1WON, OCT. 19. 1878 I it Municipal Officers. H. M. Mayor W. D. KIRK Presldunt of Council WILLIAM HA Liu WICK Marshal A. H. COKI; IN Assessor ■'i i'otH:cti>r <>. K. O'MAl.KY Treasurer E F. HAOEt.KI-K City Clerk U. 0. RAN OKI. I City Attorney councilman—1ST WAHri: W. M. PKCK, ED. N.ALLEN. COL'NCILMEN— D WAKD. J. C. FEJLD, II. TONE. COUNCILMHN—3D wakd: A. O. IIALL, \v. D. KIRK. COUNCILMEN— 4TII WAKD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYN'AL. KeU'iUar meeting of Council, firnt Thnrsday in each month. The Green backers are mum where the Ohio election is mentioned. R. I yman Potter, who undertook a walk across the American conti- nent with a wheelbarrow, arrived in San Francisco on the 15th. A telegram to Llo) cU from Buenos Ayres says a tenib e hurricane has occurred on the river Phttte, causin/ great inundation and considerable damage. THE MILD POWER C U R ES S HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Been in geneial use fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 October 1878

« TRINITY HALL, alablished 1867 hngl sh Mni French ;ime School for Young Ladies. Varied dvantai'es ol the highest order. Number 4 pupils limited. Fil l term begins St pt, 9. For circular, addrtst Miss R. G unt, Pi i n. 1014W Urocerloo. 4 - w. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 809 Main Street, DENISON, TEXAS. K3T*Second door West of Post-office. 7 20 QUY YOUR B O RRR OO 000 KKK RRR XI BKK sS K OR EO OO OK R R II K 2 b JOO OR RO OO OK R It It II 3 * rrr 000 i B rrr 11 fit "as,, v* 00 fe r o o o a k R 1111 k o S •MOO A It OO OOP HKE R K II HRB ttS ''\w —AT— HENRY MERRITT, No. 121 Main street, DENISON. - • TEXAS. CORNER GROCERY, U W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. UNISON, - - - TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES. Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf THE WINKELMEYER BEER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted for LIT£ilATUR€, ART & SDNS Acknowledged the 1 iclie< , r.iie-t and handsomest hook evi r issued from the Americin press comhi ling poetry, his' tones, biographies, essavs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 October 1878

81SN ATOMIA 1. COM M FVTEE. B1U JtliAZK. h? JMly flcxus. I'To save His Honor a visit from tfte'TJITmtfiry*com m*t t~enr sa,s the Sherman Couiier, '*« c< Election was taken up yesterday momltig ut Bat- Bell's stable to defray the expense of having Mayor Fears' office swept but. i >iorv'i>-iO]N is A ! !' )\Y ...OCT. io, 187S. i in e nt'w l)Uililins ure going up on V. \ j,t Skiddv street. C ■ avs at Guiteau <X Wal- I 1 I I I I I M- C. White, a prominent cattle i, .wis in the city yesterday. f I ;cc! drinks aristocratically pre- 1 : at Brenner's saloon. 17'f i •) Parr has placed a five ton stan- Fairbanks scale in front of his ,-ery stable. Mixed drinks a speciality at Wat- nian & Weil's. JO 2 t! Col. J,ones Leonard is fencing in vei i. lots iti ihe r.orthwest part of Just received, and since the de- dii'e in oriei >, Shelby's pure white tail, at Guil< ui & Waldron's. ',1 r. 11. D. Mirick, of the Denison & Pacific, rived in this city yester- d; • i ■ 11 St....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

kit b! h A rv* S H . r h 1 Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. October 20,1878. No. 2o5. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Justice of the Peace. Precinct No 2. We are Authorized to announce John L. Riddle as a candidate for justice ot the peace, precinct No. 2, at the Novein ber election. * We are authorized o 'announce Cap tain W. ■>. Kirk, as a Democratic candi- date for Tu«tice of the Peace for Prccinct No. 2, at the November election. For Constable, Precinct No. 2. We are authorized to announce Jamrs A. Nklms as a candidate for Con-tab e for this precim t. * vVe are authorised to announce R. C Salmons as a candidate for the office of Constable for this precinct at the en uing election. ♦ vVe are authorized to announced J F. Spence, the present incumbent, as a can- didate for the office of Const iblo for this precinct at the November election * For Representative. We are authorised to announce the name of Col. R. D. Aii.iso.n, «f McKin- ney, as a candidate for Representative, (floater) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

tj ®hr jPatttt Sjftws, pflJ I I I t. sev« the nut It & P Wa o men to 4 gagj A ?cg# heat & Pi men. T1 in" i soil 4! S11 ylory no le full b Th M., I Tiiun in del Go Tebo cheap Th( Hpisci in Dei next 11 Sav light c 13,iw Ow matter accoui frigeru Yos A ] trade ( ance ii for the Calii figs ati< pel's. Two Thursd Morton girl ivi Snpe Joe Bie Mr. . ertv in city wi( We 11 iK contracl residenc The 1 4,<£f" in bi.les of bale dii pound*, Courie. The f course "The v< awake, Zion." active pi too lo on montl Collins I A carj: Mr. Will Thursday a coottnc chine, rt sled. W. U . morning, IJKN1SON, SUNDAY MOltNING. OUR Lom. Thej never quite leave us, our fi-louds who lltlVt* d Through the shadows of death to the sun- light above; A thousand swoet memories are holding tueiu fast To the places they blessed with tlnsU-presence and love. •The work which they lett and the books which they read Speak mutely, though still with *n elo- (Hienou rare, And the songa that they mn$t and doar word...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

(Elie Jliuln fjUuia. D K NIHON, SUNDAY MOltNING. SOUlt<)YVFtri. ST< >l{ 1 ■':s- The Groonvvlle (iraveyitrd. the I of |on sts 3n. (on er- |im- ; of brat I the rith I the tiip- lers, pine for (that ve is ist- BWn, the lelers Jdale loped Ihrew long The ■other lnatu- /ene- by a leetric pff the Lnder- Iber of at the |saw it ' Jcribes ■ finches Id hav- ly ^at- Incoun- In and | a fleet ted be- lt seen bnt cit- Ihe oth- lidea of lurchas- th well Id were Iturning lish hats p, on the at be a It towns 1 once or \ i or bon- to ex- said to Iringfield la result |su tiering In the |l is slai>- the old th a few" uer, four I and legs J his back I the sport, |ne serious a boy is lilence by| liud being lleeca will lohamined purney, oi hundred ber yearly and among Persians men fron; tench Gov put the dc ount of th>: I bring bad J evade th ■ Bo Tunis o business i large bod y Bedou tains. Iter quietudi; Ire few an(• ceding 187f [helmed th Team of lav '79 and 185'. Itions are be* [ during t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

Cll m to ga sei lie w| &| mt sol «§ no M * M. Til in t ( Tc ch< t Ep in ] nex i ligl *3 *. I ma acc frig Y 1 trai anc for C figs per 1 Tin Rio girl S Joe evlv city We com resii T "<•£) bit It bait pou Cot T COU) "Th awa Zior acth ic on r Coll Mr. Thu a co -clii < > rt sit W mon JThc Bailij Hews. i>i_o>,TNors. SUNDAY OCT. ao, 1*7$ SPECIAL LOCALS. Munlolpal Officers. THE MILD POWER O XJ Fl 13 S HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. R. M. GIIURBS W. 0 KIRK WILLIAM 1IAHDWK A. li. CO K FIN O. K. CVMALKY E F. RADKI.EKK G. G. RANOKLI COUNCILMAN— VV. M. PECK, COt'NCI l.MEN—2D WAKD: J. C. FEXI-U, COUNCILMAN— A. O. HA LI., Mayor Pre«iilent ol Council K Marshal Assessor & Collector Treasurer City Clerk City Attorney 1ST WAKO : LI). N. ALLEN. JI. TONE, to waru: W. D. KIRK. COUNCILMEN—4TII WAKD! W. B. BOSS, JUSTI\ HAYN'AL. Reeular meeting of Council, first Thnrsduy In each mr nth. John Sherman has rewarded tlie peijured Mrs. Jerks by appointing her hushantl to a clerkship i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

1. c I—. I"S. >tus the flip- hlens |ut: :t Al. |il TU Si|{l!t i anil ;1 ■ > IRINITVHflLU,™ . stabli-hed 1867 Eiiglsh ; nil F'emjh Home School for Young Ladies. Vsriid advantages of the highest order. Number of pupils Minted. Fa 1 term o■ •irik Sept 19. For circular, addon Miss R. G Hunt, Prin. IO,4„, ." •■.V1: ' •< , THE WINKEl,MEYER SEES. iWKrvr.: NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VL"d LSUTERATURH, ART & SONG Acknowledged the riches , r ire t and handsomest hook ever issued from the Americ n press coin hi ling p'wtry, his* tone", biographies, essajs. anecdotes, inu-ic and v g avings. Mat n 1 fii:t*ntly illustrated, with over 400 engru vings, A beautiful steel engraving presented gratis to each subscriber. This work should be In fvcry home circ'e. AGBNTS—ThK book will have a rapid and continued Bale, lix'r# Inducement* lu competent ;* gen's. Write at once tor trim- and ter- ritory. J. H. Chavbeks \ Co. 10 12 4W St. Louis, Ma. Don't say humbug, but fuclj^e for yoti'Seif. Send for fr e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

i tip v <S n ]) B< V ' ft y T * in T| cj ii in nc lit 3 m. ac fri tn an foi pc i T1 Mi g'r Toi crt cit; W< coi res r "(.i bill bal pot Co, 1 COU "Tl awt Zio acti i on i Col A Mr. Thi n co chin rtan \\ mor A Eat«' Gttrclei In my autumn KurUen I wo* tivln To mourn among uiy m-attend iosob; AI us tor tli a.t luht l'osclmit which unelonoi To autumn's languid sun anil rain, Wlifu all the world is oil thu wauul Which ha-' not lolt the sweet constraint of June, Nor hoard tlio nightingale in tune. Broad faced asters by my garden walk, You are but ooarse oojnputd with roues; More cbolop, more dear, that rosebud which OAOlOMS Faint-Bccntod, pinched, upon its stalk, That least and last whioh cold winds balk; A rose it is, though least and last of all, A rose to me,' though at the full. — t-ftmWrw (L liosaetti. utiaront thrashers. It was hard at work, —laud, buildings, .stock aud machinery thrashing oft'a cloud of (.'.hall' and straw —except the Cheney part which has uot at one end, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

II- I 1C! he II h |c- 11(1 I of til- loll loll ted fho 1 °' ate m- |ys- i in ron rk sep be lies the her Rht the loir ;en- 1111(1 lad. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To Dbivk Ued Ants Away.—Take the flowers of Hulphur and sprinkle it around the place they frequent. Sage is also good. Black pepper is good for the same purpose; or this: 1 pint of tar in 2 quarts of water in an earthen vessel in the cupboard. When first mixed pour the water on hot. Graph Marmalade. — Pick the grapos from the stem, put them into a preserving-kettle, covering them with water. Boil them until perfectly soft, then pour them into a colander and rub them until all the pulp passes through; then to each pint of pulp add 1 pound of clarified sugar and boil until the con- sistency of marmalade. Put it into jars and cover as preserves. Cohn Cakk.—Sift 2 cups of corn- meal, 1 cup of wheat flour, 2 table- spoonfuls of sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls oream-tartar; dissolve 1 teaspoonful of soda; wet it up with milk,beat in 2 eggs; make it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 October 1878

.. . .*' - i ' .. . ;>/■ . 3?he Urns. " OKNISOIVT " SUNDAY OCT. 20. 1S7S. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. No. 1. No. j. No. 5. No. 7. trains. St. Louis Express.. Chicago Express., Wny Freight.... * Kxprcst Freight..* No. *. St. Louis Express.. No. a. Chicago Express., No, 0. Way Freight, No. 8. Express Freight... ark (vs. ' 1 a .01 a. m. Ill :00 a. m. y.30 p. I 4 -00 a. m. i depart. | 4:20 a. m. i 4:00 p. m. 4:35 a. m. ! 4:0s P- M. missouri, kansas and texas. No. i. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. i arrive. Chicnjyo. Kansas A Texas Ex. 3:30 p. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex.i 4 00 a. Stock Train j 1 ;oo P. Through Freight I 8:4$,a. _ i depart. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex.'ir .*55 a. m, Texas, Kansas &St. Louis Ex. 13: ^0 a. m. Stock i'rain j 5.00 p. m. Through Freight | 5:30 a. m. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. Tebo flflUfj No better article of flOut has beeii offered iii otlf market than ihe Tebo flour, which Mir J"hn J, Collins is ...

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