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

r:'5f ■ • •' > ■ ■ j' ■ ■ ,* ,v"v":' - '' ' ,/fl'' ' ■ # t i v, . 1 (ij-i : Wi 7' -[ !,i fl.' >L '■T ■ I; ' , J / Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. November 6,1878. 219. tt VECETIITE, M Say sa Boston physician ''has no equal as a blood purifier. Hearing of it* many wonderful cures after nil other lemedies had failed, I visited the Laboratory, and convinced myself of its genuire 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 astonishing1 results," VEGETINE Is the great blood purifier. vegetine Will cure the worst case of Scrofula. vegetine Is recommended by physicians and apoth- ecaries. vegetine Ha$. effected some marvellous cures in cases of Cancer. vegetine Cures the worst cases of Canker. vegetine Meets with wonderful success in Mercu- rial diseases. vegetine Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the sys- tem. vegetine Removes Pimples and Humors from the face. vegetine Cures con...

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

w / Attorneys-at-Law CHICAGO, Hotels and Restaurants. Druggists J3aiU\ flews. SPECIAL LOCALS. Pure Drugs. DEiSISON, WEDNESDAY NOV. 6, 1878 Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND Tfi.XAS JKNTRAL. No. Np. & tmains. St. Loi^s Express., Chicago K'% press.. Wvv rrdijfJit Express Freight... No. 2. St. Louis Express... No. 4. Chicago ifxpress... No. 0. Way Freight....• •• No. 8. Express b reight.... ahkivk. i j .01 a. m. ii :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4:00 a. m | nttrAKT. I 4 :ao a. m. 1 4:00 p. m. 4:25 a. m. I 4:05 P- M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. tfo.'i. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. 3. No. 4. No. <5. No. 8. Chicago, Kansas «& Texas Ex. St. Louts, Kansas A Texas Ex. Stock Train Through Freight. Texjis, Kansas & Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex. Stock Train ■ Through Freight DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. arkivk. 3 :3° *• M 4 .00 a. m i :oo p. m 8:4s a. m depart. H ISS ^ 13:30 A g :oo p, S^O A M. Accommodation DBPAHT. 4:00 P. M. arrive. ii .45 a.m Municipal Officers. R....

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

r' J- t ft* Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. hemlock sheep dip, Manufactured by S. II KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. 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. Book Sent Pree to Slieep Grower*. S. H. KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb 2iL«?HAc- ibUSCANADENsii Address, P S. H. KENNEDY'S pinus canadensis ointment, Ii a remedy for piles, so cents a package. Horsemen use S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, -7/7 *• •. ■ , Endorsed and in use by the U. S Army nnd Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 8-1 w tyr. the winkelmeyer beer. new advertisements. "literature, art & song Acknowledged the richest, rarest and handsomest book ever issued from the American press, combining poetry, his- tories, biographies, essajs, anecdotes, music and engravings. Magnifi...

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

•• r*i >"'■ ■ I The Bnihi IJcuis. liENlSON. WEDNESDAY.. NOV. 6. 1878 A fight took place on Woodard stieet pesterday between two mgrocs —too much election. 4 «_ . — Latest ft_\ les of ladies' cloaks a greatly reduced prices, only for the next 30 ilays at M. Singer's. Itf Tickets for the ball to be given at Nolan Ilall by Society Vorwcerts, can be purchased at the confection- ary establishment of Joe Enper. Mr. F. N. Brown has opened a ieed and sale stable at Gallagher's old stand on Woodard street near Burnet a\enue. D. F. Foley, the merchant tailor, does his own cutting. 25tf Rev. Daugherty, at the close of the services at the M. E. church Sunday evyning intimated that he would remain in Denison, for the present at least. The "straight" Republican ticket made its appearance on our streets yesterday morning, and was smug- gled into the ballot box by a lew white and colored brethren. For a first-class fit, call on Foley the tailor—the best cutter in Denison. • m Thomas G. Cockrell,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 November 1878

. nP h i i *r < i4 , * • * i ■ 1 V kl-1- yjt W Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, November 7,1878. No. 220. No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the aeason and dull time* I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 day* ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goodt> man con I <1 i<e!l goods fcr, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and kthe public in general, that they will have this chance «rmly fur The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall printR which are worth '6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard . New styles of worsted dress goods that are worth 25 and 30 cents, vou tan bnv now at M Singer's tor 16 12 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 25, 30. 40 and 50 cents, you can now buy at M. Sing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 November 1878

jthe Hailij flews. DliNISON. THURSDAY NOV. 7, Extinot Lilliputians. Hickory Valley, Tennesse, Letter. I find lieie u field for the seekers of fccience. In this yard are num- erous little graves about twenty in- ches long. They are lined at the sides and ends with fiat rocks, set iu> edgeways. Many years after the home was built, they were discov- ered by the dirt wearing and expos- ing the rocks. Most of them have been examined. They find in them diminutive skeletons, but they show to have been full grown people, hav- ing a full set of teeth and mature pro- portions. These are found in various places in the country. Who they were or in what a^e they lived I have been unable to leain; history gives no account of such a race. They must have been a superstitious people trom their mode of burial; perhaps believing they would be transmitted into another existence. In the graves are found various earthen vessels of singul a- shape and material, also numerous shells and ornaments. Shell...

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

"'"T-.T IN SI1EEP. NEW ADVERTISEMENT ■—g? X T I 4 ttj A V? " JW JjjlSCftHftPejRi Addicts, HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Miinufactured by S. 11 KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicites the pest. This is the only dip that adds to the *1 <plf nnd value of wool. It will cure the moot obstinate case6—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A llEAI) each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS Hook Sent Free to Shoe], Grower*. S. .H KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. 50 cents a package. Horsemen use S. II. 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. 8-1 w iyr. THE WINKELMEYER BEER. o. \rj& 2r*U n-RATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the liche- , r.iiest and I'iind.-omesi book ever issued from the Aineric.n preKS comlii ling p ietrv, his tones, bjcjjyrup'hies, csmijs, anecdotes, music and er g: l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 November 1878

mMIMX'JOT $hc jOixily; f^etws. DKNISJON. THURSDAY NOV. 7. 1878. We nre indebted to tlie Herald for partial returm fromjeounly precincts. Vienna Sausage, (VVitMier Wuis-t) at Gaisman's. 11721 We regret to state that Capt. Kirk is no better. Pickled Tripe, pickled Tongues, Pigs Feet, at Gaisman's. The district and county courts were duly opened Wednesday morn- ing. The best violin and guitar strinsfi can only be had at M. Goldsoll & Co.'s. 8 it Eight car loads of cattle wee shipped Wednesday to Gregory, Cooley & Co., Chicago. Fresh Oysters received daily at Gaisman's. 11721 Five car loads of cotton destined for Havre de Grace, France, were shipped per M., K. & T. Wednes- day. Paints at Acheson's. 10,23 The vote in the South ward was all counted by 7 o'clock, but they did not finish in the North precinct until half past four. Askf or the X L C R Codfish. Gaisman's keep it for sale. 11721 The Democrats of Denison have beaten the Greenback and RaJicil State ticket combined, b...

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

tsq a I f tf i; • . rjr: Vol. VI. No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements! /• I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest ptofit that ever a Dry Goods man could cell goods for, and" I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and ^the public in general, that they will have this chance only fur The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard. New styles of worsted dress goods that arc worth 25 and 30 cents, vou can buy now at M Singer's tor 16 t-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 25, 30. 40 and 50 cents, you can now buy at NI. Singer's for 20, 25, 30 and 4^ cents per yard. Black Alpacca which is worth from 30, 40 and 50 cents...

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

Attorneys-at-Law. CHICAGO, Hotels and Restaurants Special locals. NERVOUS DEBILITY! Druggist*. The Dnilyi flews. ALAMO HOTEL, II Aiv IN A, DEN1SON. FRIDAY NOV. S, 1S7S. j Wholesale and retail Arrival and Departure of Trams HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. ■ ■ * ' TRAINS. St. Louis Kxpreas... Chicago Express.. W*y Freight Express Freight... No. 2, St. Louis Express.. No. a. Chicago Express.. No. 6. Way Freight No. 8. Express Freight... I ARRIVE, lis .01 A. M. Ill :oo A. m. 9:30 p. m. I 4 :oo a. m. DEPART. 4:J0 A. M. 4:00 P. M. 4 : J5 A. M. 4:05 P. M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. t. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Kx. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex. No. 5. Slock Train No. 7. Through Freight No. a. Texas, Kansas ,t Chicago Ex. X'.-* T V,.C L'onull 1 St I.nuis Kx. arrive. 3:30 p. m. 4 OO a. M. i :oo p. m. 8:45 *• depart. jpi|i : A. M. No. 4. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Ex. :i j: to A. M. No. 6. Stock Train S:oo f. M. No. 8. Through Freight .1 5:30 A.M. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. | DErABT. ...

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

a# I k Scab and Ms ■LiiN-E-XTRAn ISIlANWENsis IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, M.'inufactured by S. H. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. This i« 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 Book Sent Free to Bliecp Grower*. Address, ■!«i ■ S. .H KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb -'WUij AW S. H. KENNEDY'S PINU3 CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. 50 cents a package. Horsemen use /'JMvn. ' I! !1 •f • •' S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S' Army and Veterinary Surgeons. v The Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 8-1 w lyr. THE WINKELMEYER BEER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A\^LITERATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the richest, rarest and handsomest book ever issued Irom the American prees. coirtBl'nlng poetry, his- tones, biographies, essii)s, anecdotes, m...

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

-35- i" ■ $hc JJaihj Pews. FRIDAY DKNISON, NOV. 8, 1878. Vienna Sausage, (Wiener Wurst) at Gaisman's. r>721 Denison shows a strong disposition to Foster its local interests.—Regis- ter. The Alamo register of Wednes- day showed thirty-seven arrivals. D. F. Foley, the hest cutter and only piactical tailor in Denison. 25U' Street Commissioner Keithley is doing good service in the first ward. Askf or the X L C R Codfish Gasman's keep it for sale. 11721 Sherman must be hard up for "ex- perts," that is persons competent to count votes. It certainly appears ridiculous that the count of tlie vote of Tuesday w<>s not completed in East Sherman until Thursday night. Thiee carloads of cattle were ship- ped to Gregory, Cooley & Co., Chi- cago, Thursday. ♦ D. F. Foley, the merchant tailor, does his own cutting. 251£ The colored people in the western part of the county are having what is called "chicken-pie festivals. Dr. W. M. Nagle, Physician and Surgeon, Oifice at Live Drug Store, ...

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

i\ \ P ysrrr ffl V % ii (w. -,<&! Vol. VI. Oentsoit Da ilij ;\ etna. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning. November g, 1878. No. 222. On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, Ihe following extraordinary inducements! I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only far The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are wortli 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's tor 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard . New styles of worsted dress goods thai arc worth 25 and 30 cents, you can buy now at M Singer's tor 16-1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 2.s< 30. 40 and 511 cents, you can now buy at M. Singer...

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

i'he UaiUr flews. DENISON. SATURDAY NOV. 9. 1878. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TfiXAi CENTRAL. TRAINS. No. 1. St. I.uuis Express.. No. 3. Chicago Express.. No. 5. W*y Freight No. 7. Express Freight... No. 2, Si. L.041IK Express.. No. a. Chicairo K.vpresa.. No. 0. W*5 •Jfercigut No. 8. Express Freight.*, ARRIVE. 12 .01 A. M. II .00 A. M. 9:30 T*. M. i iOO A. M. DEPART. 4:30 A. Mi 4.OO P. M. 4 ; s A. M. 4 .05 P. M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas A Texas Ex. No. 5. Stock Train No. 7. Through Freight No. 2. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex. No. a. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex. No. 6. Stock Train No. 8. Through Freight ARRIVE. 3:30 P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 1 :oo p. m. 8:45 A* M. DEPART. 11:55 A- M- ia .30 A. M. 5:0O P. M. 5:30 A. M. DENISON A SOUTHEASTERN. Accommodation DEPART. 4:00 P. M. AKKIVK. II 145 A.M Taking the vote for Cobb in Sher- man as representing the ttrength of the greenback vote there, then seven- ty-five...

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

mm v - ?? v ' V "f V I • ^ 19 Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. H. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. This is theonly 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. Hook Sent Free to Sheep Growers. S. .II KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb extra? vtecANAOEN Address, S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. 50 cents a package. Horsemen use ; •" '• '' S. II. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S' Army and Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Reined v in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 8-1 w lyr. THE WINKELMEYER BEER. Wade NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AwJ,d .^LITERATURE, ART & SONG Acknowledged the richest, rarest and handsomest hook evi r issued from the American prets, combining poetry, his- tories, biographies, essays, anecdotes, music an...

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

I Wednesday^ by some cause, the crank pin of the engine at a saw mill DENISON. near Sti ingtown gnVe out, the piston SATURDAY NON . 9. iSyS- |(Jj broke and the cylinder he a 1 Fine eating apples are selling at broke in a dozen pieces. Foitunate- fifty cents a bushel in Muskogee. no one vvas injured, but the acei- _ dt-iit is serious enough, as the mill Our city circulation is steadily in- creasing. The John Dillon troupe are play- ing to full houses in Houston. Vienna Sausage, (Wiener Wurst) at Gaisrnan's. 11721 New p iece goods just received at Foley's, the merchant tailor. 9,iw Two new dwelling house have just been completed east of the old H. & T. C. freight depot. will have to remain idle for a week or so. For Rent. Quite a number of young ladies and gentlemen went to Sherman last evening to attend the opera bouffe. The News job department is turn- ing out a large quantity of work. Our job artist is kept busy. John McDougall received one vote in south Denison for the positio...

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

. * WJK IJII —!■ — Imison iailij iX'etna. /* • Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Sunday Morning. November io. 1878. No. 223. r r • Trr"' i, *r. *r f •fS r * i ' V. "fa* * ( • * On account of -the backwardness of the aeason and dull time* I AM COMPELLED tp offer for the next 30 day* ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark (all prints which are worth 6 cents, you ckn buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1*2 cents per yard . • New styles of worsted dress goods that arc worth 25 and 30 ci:nts. vou tan buy now at M Singer's tor 16 1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 25, 30. 40 and 50 cent-,...

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

f Mountaineer's Prayer. Gird me with tho strength of Thy steadfast hills! The apoerl of Thy streams give me! Id the spirit that calms, with the life that thrills, ] would -.land or run for Thee. Let me be Thy voice or Thy sileut power- As the cataract or the peak— An eternal thought in my earthly hour, Ot the living God to speak. Olothe me in the rose-tints of Thy skies Upon morning summits laid; Robe me in the purple and gold that tiles Through Thy shuttle of light and shade; Let me rise and rejoice in thy smile aright, As mountains and forests do; Let me wi-lcome Thy twilight and Thy night, And wait torthy daw n anew! <Jive mo of the brook's faith, Joyously sung Under clank of its icy oliain! Give me of the patienco that hides among Thy hill tops in mist and rain! Lift me up from the clod; let me breatho Thy breath; Thy beauty and strength give me I Let me lose both tho name and the moaning of death In the life that I share with Thee! —Lucy Larconi, in Sunday Afternoon. What do...

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

r r'yi V y A . r y - \ 4 > , Jh-' ^ J, j {C I. JOn perday athomc. SaniplosworthftS • 3 vfl uUm address SnN ON&Uo.,I,ortJand.Me. It liavlnu l>een widely mlvrrlixiMl, tin- dor tin* caption of "America Ahead in Spool Cotton," tliat the Jury on 4 and thread**, at the creed a 4.1 old 9leda Ihc Willliimiitlc "Npool 4'olloii e |M on MeivliiK .Illicit! in- thread manufaetu owe II Aft a duty Hle «rH. .1. A l\ Con /ottou textlleH, ynrii*. Pari** Kxiiomltlou, de* I and tiirand l'rl*e to IJneii Company lor elally adapted for unc over all the great re* of the world, we to the public and to In to announce flint [H No Grand Prizes were decreed at Paris for Spool Cotton. Wcnr« udvlxetl by cable oil lie follow in;; auai'iU: J. & P. COATS, GOLD MEDAL. Willimanlic Linen Co., Silver Medal. Ami we claim for I lie winner* of tlu> I'Ii hI I'l'lzn that, a* they have eHtahllMhed In Jthotle Island the lai'Kext Spool Cotton IIIIUm In the United Stales, where their Npool Cotton 1h lumiufiictur...

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

V'' The Daily 31 ems. DKMHONk SUNDAY NOV. 10, 1X78. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. No. j. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7 TRAINS. St. Louis Express.. Chicago Express.. Wiy Freight*... . Express Freight... No. s. St. Louis Express., No. 4. ' No. 6. No. 3. Chicago Express. Way rvetiftit. Express Freight... | AM HIVE. .01 A. M. ,,%.. ti :oo A. M. ...«.| 9:30 P. M. ..... j 4 :oo A. M. I DEI'AKT. 4 : JO A. M. j 4:00 P. M. ; 4:*$ A- M« I 4:<>5 P- M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. I ARRIVE. No. t. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. 3:30 P. M. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex.1 4:00 a. m. No. 5. Stock Train I 1:00 P.M. No. 7. Through Freight..... I 8:45 A. M. I DEPART. II 155 A. m. .!9:30 A. m. No. Stock Train •••..[ 5:00 p. M. No. 8. Through Freight | 5:30 A.m. DEN1SON k SOOTHEASTEllN. Accommodation DEPART. 4:00 P. M. ARRIVE. 11:45 A.M J. B. Sheppardson, Daniel Bliss ard wife, Mrs. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Davis and son tncl Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin, nurses, returning from Mem-...

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