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

BP* ' *!*• '' >fi ■ i *&*■■■'■ us' Smison Vol. VI. Stive ♦ Denison, Texas, Friday Morning. November r, 1878. No. 215. Casper Brothers' Flag Store. V m- > 4 Mi THE OLD reliables FLAG STORES f? Arc now offering to their customers in Denison and vicinity the greatest bargains in Caslimores, Alpacas, harl nEPESLLBT^TS, AND FRINSES, BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS TO MATCH. HOSIERY I THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MERINO, WOOL AND COTTON FOR LADIES, misses and CHILDREN, Also a full and complete slock of Custom made CLOTHING CLOTHING —i'ok- men, youths and children! HA IS, CAPS, BOOTS SHOES. AND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF 37""03FfcNTXSia;ZXNrC3S- G-OOUS. CASPER BROTHERS- in eVthy department. ey 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 SOODS Ate 8<)...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 November 1878

■ra mm $Itc Jkily l\cws. i)ENIHON. " FRIDAY NOV. t, 1S7S. The Demooraoy of Denison, to Their Brethren of the Paith at Sherman, Greeting: y j An article having appeared in one of the papers of your city which is calculated to engender mutual dis- trust between the Democrats of both places, we feel impelled by a sense of duty as an organ of the party here, to offer a few plain words of earnest remonstrance against any attempt to make municipal rivalry a factor in next Tuesday's contest. We have no disposition to impugn the motives of the author-of the article in question ; but in drawing his con- clusions he has evidently been misled by loose and thoughtless statements of parties„who could lay no claim to represent the sentiment of the great body of the Democrats of Denison. Our brethren at Sherman ought, in common charity, give us credit for having the good of the party as much at heart as themselves, and have con- fidence that our votes will be cast in as good faith for the true Dem...

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

f v #* - <? "I A * 4 *ytt > •> V > * Arrival and Departuro of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. trains. No. i. St. I.(mis Exprean.. No. j, Chicago Exprets,. No. j, Wny Freight No. 7. E*pros Freight... No. 2. St. T.ouit* Kxprcss.. No. 4. Chicago Express.. No. ft. Way I« reiyht No. 8. Express Freight... arkivk. li .01 a. m. 11 :ou a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 :oo A. M. DKPAKT. 4:30 A. M. 4:00 p. m. 4!«5 A- M. 4:0S MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. Chicago, Kans 11s A Texas Ex. St. I.ouis, Kansas & Texas Ex. Stock Train Through Freight No. i. No. 3. No. e. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. Through Freight | 5:30 A. M DENISON a SOUTHEASTERN. arltlvs. 3:30 P. M. 4 :oo a. m. 1 :oo P. M. 8:45 A. M. DRPAKT. ii:ss a- «. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex..., Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ux. 11:30 a. m. Stock Train | s;i,o p. m Accommodation depart. 4 :oo p. m. | ARRIVE, II :45 A.M THE WINKELMEYER BEER. WR WISII TO CALL THE AT- tention to the fact that we have commenced bottling our Celebrated Lag...

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

Wl&f, & Personal HAD HOY. Dick Be:ker, o' Shcibourn's, who | The Alumo Hotel register shows has been sick several days, was on ! a lar< e number of arrivals. Waddill duty yesterday. ! & Schmucker by their gentlemanly and courteous conduct towards DENISON. FRIDAY NOV. i. 1878. A number of young folks enjoyed Fine ill on's Guiteau The gallant Dr. S. II. Gray is cx pected in the city in a short time. The M., K. & T. pay car leaves for Sedalia at 9 o'clock a. ). A silver watch was stolen Wednes- day from the stable of John Ma lony 011 Crawford street. themselves last evening deuce of Mis. Ilibbard- inff. at the resi- -candy pul- Majcr J. A. Walker, Hunter & Evans' representee, is next on the list, it is a girl. Nearly all the candidates are mak- t^iffg Denison their headquarters. " Denny" will be the battle ground. Two hundred miles of iron for the Denison & Pacific have been pur- chased. That looks like business. A social hop took place at the Binkley House, ...

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

hr — v ' ,.,t ■ ••■'' 'wp'-* kv ffffll #s Vol. VI. A Denison, Texas, vSaturday Morning, November 2,1878. No. 216. Casper Brothers' Flag Store. the <01ii.:e3i^xjaj3ilje5 FLAG STORE! 66 i: JH i< i ?*■ t*. ■< •>, BBS! < i > Are now offering to their customers in Denison and vicinity the greatest bargains in O^U3]a.XrLG:ro&, ^L.l3p>£a,0£4£ii, GOOSB AND FRINSE3, BUTTONS m T3MIM3S 13 MATOH. VEGSTI3STE," says a Boston physician l,has no equal as a blood purifier Hearing of its rfiaily wonderful cures after all other lemedies had tailed, i v.sited the Laboratory, and convinced myself of its genuii e merit. It is prepared from barks, roots and herbs, each of which is highly effective, and they are compounded in such a manner as to produce astonishituf TQxults," VEGETINE Is the great b'ood purifier. VEGETINE Will cure the worst ca*e of Scrofula. 1'otcii plunderers. pi'alrlo Pirates of the Port Worth I.iuo. sm9 Three Registered packages Re- lieved of Their Contents. Th...

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

Attorneys-at-Law CHICAGO. Hotels and Restaurants he Jlailij JUurs. SPECIAL LOCALS. ANNOUNCEMENTS Pure Drugs DENISON. SATURDAY NOV. 2, 1S78 For Justice of the Poace, Preoinot No 2. The president has issued ft procla- mation appointing Thursday, No- vember 28th, as a day of thanksgiv- ing and prayer, Horatio Seymour is to contribute to the November and December number of the North American Re- view an article on the "Government of the United States." If you want put^e drug*) chemicals, pat- ent rteditines, lamp chimneys, e.oinb-. brushes, periumery, and toilet articles of any kind, prescriptions carefully prepared by Br, experienced druggist, go to the Live Drug Store, next to Sherburne's Shoe Store, Main street, Denison, Texas, The Manhattan Savings Bank rob- bers are still at large, and the detec- tives know 110 more about them than when the facts of the robbery were first published. Very little labor-saving machinery is used by the agricultuialists of France, and the result is ther...

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

J§§ ■ • * I. I IK 4 " : w: ' vi >•* i* [> T , r (- fl * Arrival and Doparturo of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL, No, x. No. 3. No. c. No. 7. No. 2. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. TWAINS. St. Louis Kxpreftg,,, Chicago Kxpresa,.. W iy Fruiuht Express FrHtflit.... Si. Louis Kxprc6 M, Chicago Express... Way rrciffiit. Express Freight. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND AKIUVK. <12 .01 A. M. ii .00 a. m. I 9^3° r- M> 1 4 :oo a. m. i depart. 4:20 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 4:35 a. m. | 4"5 p. ft!. TEXAS. No. 1. No. 3. No. c. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. o. No. 8. Chicago, Kansas St TeXtit Kx St. Louis, KansasctTexas Kx. Stock Train Through Freight Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Ex. Stock Train Through Freight.......... DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. AH HI VII. 3:30 p. m. 4 :oo a. m. i :oo p. m. 8:45 a. m. axpart. HIM *• M. u:jo a. m. 5:00 I*. M. 5:30 a. m. Accommodation DBPART. 4:00 P. M. ARRIVE, ii 545 a.m THE WINKELMEYER BEER: . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. wa ,!& ^LITERATURE, ART ft SONS A...

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

gbe Baily fleius. Wheat throughout suffering fur rain. saturday 40n. NOV. 2. 1878. Municipal Officers. rt. M, GRUItnS ...Mayor VV.T). KIRK .......IVesiitaht ui Council W1MJAM UAttDWICK, M:uslml A. U. CO K FI NL .Assessor & Collector O. K. O'MALKY Treasurer E. V. HADKLEFF Citv Clerk G. G. RANDBLL Cl.y Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WAKD W. M. PXCK, ED. N. ALLEN. COUNCILMEN—2D WAKD', J. c. FEILD, 11. TONE. COUNCILMAN— 30 WARD: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIRK. COUNCILMAN—4TU WARD W.B.ROSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday each month. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. twains. "No. 1. St. Louis Express...... •No. 3. Chicago Express "No. 5. Wiy Freight No. 7. Express- Freight....... No. a. St. Louis Express.... NTo. j. Chicago Express.... No. 6. Way Freight No. 8. Express Freight akiiivk. 12 .01 a. m. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 :oo a. M. depart. 4:20 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 4:23 a. m, I 4^5 P. M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas & Texas...

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

=a=ssria5- ■,*JU KffoS. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. November 3,1878. No. 21 7 Casper Brothers' Flag Store. ' thies old n.i3jl.i^sl33xjie3 FLAG STOKE ■ \r M > GASPER BKOTHEIiBI Are now offering to their customers i'n Denison and vicinity the greatest bargains in Caslimeres, Alpacas, FANCTDRESS GOODS AND FRINGES, BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS TO MATCH. HOSIEBT I THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MARINO, WOOL fiNQ COTTON FOR LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN. Also a full and complete stock of CuNtom made CLOTHING CLOTHING -FOR- , 3- MEN, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN! IIATS, CAPS, BOOTS SHOES. AND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS. CASPER xsROTHERS f 1 r I 99 " VEGETINE, Says a Boston physician "has no equal as a blood purifier Hearing of it* many wonderful cures after all other icmedies had failed, I v sited the Laboratory, and • onvinced mvself of its genuif e merit. It is prepared from barks, roots and herb*, cach of which is highly effective, and they are compounded in such a manner as to produce astonishing results...

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

\/ DEN ISO N . SUNDAY MOltNING. PLAGUE PECULIARITIES. The ObHurvaiiuiiM of an Old UeHiilent of j Orleuus. [Correspondence of the Springfield Itepubli- ohu.j New Orleans, October 12, 1878.—A few items in regard to tho yellow fever may prove of interest to your many readers. The disease this year is un- like that of any other. Having passed through every epidemic of the past 88 years, I am enabled to see the great difference in the course of the present. While many families have been entirely swept away, other families sick with fever have all recovered. What is strange is, the disease has been the rflost fatal in the nice, cleaner part of the city, while in the most filthy portions it has prevailed in a mild form. Mr. and Mrs. Is by and son, for instance, all died within ten days. They resided in what is known as "the garden district," where every house has a large garden; the street is well paved with square blocks, and is known as the most aris- tocratic part of the city. Near tho ...

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

She flows. denihon, SUNDAY MORNING- FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. rl!> T \ > Y f w k , I • ■; < >■ > THE tiillkk wikicmkn. Three wise olil men were tlioy, wore they, Who went to walk on u winter day. One carried a club to dig tor pickles; One woro an ulster to koop offprlckloa; The third, and ho was the wisest one, To kill the musqultoes, carried a gun. " Oh dear!"pried one' "Three wise women I see! Tlio only olianoe for our lives Is to floe I" So they ran till they reached the great north pole, And up In the stealtlilest way they stole; But high at the top sat a Polar bear, Which filled the throe wise men with des- pair. One used his club for a parachute; One from the stock of his gun did shoot; The third, in tho ulster, falntod away, And there he'd have lain to this very day, If the three old women had not appeared, And found them all more hurt than skeered. Ond fanned the ulster into life, For which he gladly made her his wife; One caught the club man on her ladder— *Twas h...

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

DKNISOaX. SUNDAY NOV. 3, 1878. Montgomery, Alabama, has raised sill quarantine, and freights and trav- el art* now umestricted. The German government has sent three thousand maiks for the relief ol German suffeteis by the yellow lever in the United States. If you want pure drugs, chemicals, pat- ent medicines, lamp chimneys, combs, brushes, perfumery, and toilet articles of any kind, prescriptions carefully prepared hv an experienced diuggi t, go to the Live Drug Store, next to Sherburne's Shoe More, Main 'reet, Denison, Texas, Private Boarding. ' { ! 1 | .r •• ; The rurrors from London that all Russian vessels in American waters , had been ordered to prepare for act- ive service, have been investigated and proved to be incorrect. According to the North American, Philadelphia dealers are just closing a profitable California grape season, one firm having thus far brought overland, 600,000 pounds. They have been receiving three car loads per week, ten tons to each car. It is only two ...

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

f > . t V I Vj I k "f f * r <r ♦ i f * * . 1L Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. II. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pent. This is the only dip that adds to the staple and value of wool. It will cure the most obstinate cases—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS Uook Sent Free to Sheep Grower*. S. II. KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb Address, S. II. KENNEDYS PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles, so cents a package. Horsemen use . S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S* Army and Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 81 w lyr. THE WINKELMEYER BEER. ffl <4: <Tr> ON AUfpTifpC"\ • \ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VJnc3 ^LITERATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the richest, rarest and handsomest book ever issued from the American press. combining poetry, his- tories, biographies, e...

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

I " A Bad Citizen." BUT III: I>IE1> WITH A 1 'INK THAT 18 BBTTBX THAN QUI.|i' " A ft'w days uk u gambler, minted Harry fiuvHije who IiulI nursed the sick, hurled the dead and taken fatherly cure of a 'family ol orphans, died of yellow fever In Chattanooga, lit- worked without fee or reward and gave hit life like a man for his fellow-men.—ICx , thtinoe. Well, uv'bbe yer wou'dn't er took hlm.Jedge, ltight inter yer own household, sir, No more thener sliop'erd would take a wolf Inside of Ills young lambs' fold, ulr: But he had er heart like a full grow'd man An' a - warm as er woman's cheek, sir, An' when thar wuz work for Ills willin' han' He never sliow'd up too weak, sir! Ho was wliat yer would call "a sport," Jodge, A feller that played 011 the green, Like them up in yore court, Jodge, You've often an' frequently seen. It didn't disturb him a flip, sir, When his luck an' the lryards didn't gee, But he'd take from the tray his last chip, sir, Ter stake a poor devil like me. I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 November 1878

<4 * w K 'i H/ w Aj * -**V « HERE AND THERE. The yellow fever plague of 1858 was not so wido-Bpread as the present one, but it caused 6,000 deaths. A COLORKD paper doll to exhibit the styles of dress, to take the place of the fashion plate, has been invented. There is on record in the office of the Register of Deeds at Ann Arbor, Mich., a lease granted to have effect " as long as grass grows and water runs." It has not expired yet. Mb. B. P. White, of Calais, Me.,one of the members of the Maine House of Representatives, is famous for his great strength. Ho recently lifted a weight of 748 pounds. In his Health Monthly for October, Dr. Foote, speaking of dress, says: Dress, one of the most important ad- juncts to health, has degenerated into a tyranny, fettering the movements and weakening the constitution by its heavy weights and compressions. Fashion dictates, and woman will follow be- cause the fiat of fashion is generally artistic and it is her nature to love the beautiful. At ...

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

' k —= T!he gailij: gtws. BSpfiSoST™ SUNDAY NOV. 3, 1S7S. This is the dryest weather we have had in the last five years. And Still Thoy Invest! I1LAZE ANOTHER Municipal Officers. R. M. onUBBS... M ay or Vf. D. KIRK..,.. President of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. 11. COFFIN .Assessor & Collector O. VL. O'MALBV Treasurer . F. RADELEFF ..City Clerk G. G. HAN DELL ••Cuy Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WAKDI W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLEN. COUNClIMIN—JD WARD: J. C. FE1LD, COUNCl LMttN—3D WAKD A. O. HALL, W. h. tone, b. KIRK. COUNCILMEN—4TI1 WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting' of Council, first Thnrsday in each month. Paints at Acheson's. 10,23 Sweet potatoes are a drug in the market at present. ♦ Canned fruits, vegetables, fish and meal, a full variety at 3tf. Gaisman & Co.'s. Election's agony will soon be over. D. F. Foley, the best cutter and only piactical tailor in Denison. 2$lf Room for more brick buildings now. Tom & jerry at Waterman & Weil's day and night....

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

■/ W " . ■ ' I 1 Vol. VI. De nison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, November 5,1878. No. 218. VifYt r M > jar, in 1 < I I [ ft / - /i riTP? I 4. *r ' if? k fl/i «i w * 4V * Casper Brothers' Flag Store. TH3Z5 OLD FLAG STORE! Are now offering to their customer* in De nison and vicinity the greatest bargains in O^s3lxixi.oiro©? FANCTDHSlSSCOODe kbpshihiellnrts, AND fr1nses, BUTT0;I3 AMD TRIMMIN38 TO MATCH. ! ITU O S X IB JE&1T I THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MARINO, WOOL A?ID C3TT0N FOP, LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN, Also a full and complete stot:k of Custom made CLOTHING CI/vr HING 66 VEGETINE, 99 -ror<- MEN, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN! HATS, CAPS, BOOTS «ki SHOES. AND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF JF,TJJELNT®JE3LT1SrC3r GOOI3S. CASPER BROTHERS in every DEPARTMENT, by 7. Say «a Boston physician 'has no rqual as a blood purifier Hearing of it* many wonderful cures after all oilier itmedtes had failed. I v siied the Laboratory, and convinced myself of ;ts gerui'e merit. It is prepared from barks, roots an...

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

The JDniUj lXnus. DENISON. TUESDAY NOV. 5. tf^- Considerable snow has fallen in yaiious parts of England. There is a prospect that a negro preacher named Eli Hays v\ill be elected to the Legislature from Braz- os county. The Porte hat. telegraphed Atmet Kaislie Pasha to evacuate Varna de- finately, and bring the troops and war material to Constantinople. The Houston & Texas Central railway stock is rapidly advancing in value in Wall street, and its net earnings increased $30,000 during the month of September. The running of sleepers through between Houston and St. Louis, via Texas Central, Missouri, Kansas and Texas and Missouri Pacific railways has be-en resumed. Wendell Phillips has written a let- ter foibidding the use of his name as as a candidate for Congress by a fac- tion of Grtenbackers of the fourth congressional district as it tends to embarrass the action of the regular organization of that party. The social evil is again bothering the St. Louisians. When prostitu- ti...

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

1 i * ; f f "*-IT" ' ■' iwi ' Ww 'W- -r$> ■ pjm! /•' ' 1 ' ; ■■Jf V5 l L- V- ) J4... r -V# 4 t7 * ii ► ► f * Scab and licks tiUSCANtofiitT; Address, IN SHEEP. hemlock sheep dip, Manufactured by S. H KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. Thin Is the only dip that adds to the st <plt* and value of wool. It will cure the mo6t obstinate cases—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS Uook Stmt Free to Sheep Growers. S. H. KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S pinus CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. 50 ccnts a package. Horsemen use S. II. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. 55' Army and Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Reinedv In the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omah* Neb. 8 1 w tyr. THE WINKEI.NIEYER BEER. ictf ki Wade new Advertisements. vi.!u3 ^literature, art & song Acknowledged the richer, rarest and handsomest hook evi r issued Irom the Americ...

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

&e J0nily Hews. DEJWSCWT TUESDAY NOV. 5. 1878. Dr, Purccll has moved into the building, the fourth door east of the post-office. .V At Fisk*6 P. O. boot and and shoe store you can get better bargains than ever before offered in Der.ison. itf A splendid lot of hearth rugs and carpets was received Monday by F. Ledrick, also a fine assortment of crockery. The Salt river packet will start on her trip up river early Wedne.sd a\ morning. Candidates will take no- tice and govern themselves accord- ingly. We would suggest that tliey piovide themselves with overcoats, umbrellas will not 'ne needed, as the weather is apt to be cool and dry after the election. Cash Bargains in Real Estate. Runaway. A Card. OR AN OK BLOSSOMS. Don't forget to vote for J. L. Freeman for Commissioner. This is the most important office to Demson, in the list. The city ordinance regarding the closing of places where liquors are sold, on the day of election, will be enforced to the letter. Paints at Acheson's. 10...

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