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

I- I ♦ rr in 4 A -• r \> >« < ► #* A 4^ • ^ & * { ♦ «-k <«y Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S . H. KENNEDY, Omn- lia, Nebraska, eradicate* the pent. This is the only dip that adds to the staple and value of wool. It will cure the most obstinate case*—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVK GALLON TIN CANS Hook Sent Free to Sheep Ci rower*. allimAOESsi Addreia, S. .II KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for pi!e«. 50 cents a package. Horsemen use • S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S' Army and Veterinary Surgeons. Th; Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 8-1 w lyr. ST. NICHOLAS, Scribner's Illustrated Magazine For Girls and Boys. An Ideal Children's Magazine. Messrs Scribner & Co.. in 1873, bugan the publication of St Nicholas, an illus trated magazine for girls and boy...

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

k •■ ■■■ hi ■: ;j-. ' iP-ir'-*':' i | I I She Sailtj Sews. wfyvy^1 DENISON. SATURDAY NOV. 16, I87S. Red river is rising very rapidly. Our hotels are doing a fine busi- ness. ♦ --- You may miss a treat if vou are not at Waterman & Weil's to-night. There is some talk of organizing an encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in this city. Fresh drugs always 011 hand at Hanna & Co.'s drug store in the Mullcr block. iotf The gas was burning on the street corners Friday morning rntil nearly eight o'clock. A prominent saloon keeper of Sherman was in the city yesterday, looking for a location. Joseph Miller, who fell and broke his shoulder blade some time ago, is able 10 be up and around again. John Dillon is reported sick at San Antonio. We wonder if it is not an attack of his old complaint, The cotton receipts of Sherman have fallen off nearly one-half within the past week. Medame Pentz's female minstrel troupe will visit Denison sometime during the present winter. Three hundr...

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

J I i % W 4 . K-*- <■' imistrn path) #3 Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, November 17,1878. No. 2 2Q. 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 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 fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 i-a cents per yard. ! 1 New styles of worsted dress goods that 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 50 cents, you can now buy at M. Singer's for 20, 25, 30 a...

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

D K N ISON .. SUNDAY MOF.NING. PECULIAR PEOPLE. VERY \ :> 'V she took up hev abode there. Although 1 oossesaed of ft fine education, and being , very refined and lady-like in her man- ners, she reads but little, and soldorn . _ talks about any thing except the all'airs women whom I have met now and then, ,.f i ho institution. She is almost an ; brief stories of which I may at somo fu- Of course, parents were Scotch Gypsies. He is vary dignified and shows that he feels the importanee of his position. I have any number of other peculiar men and axaot duplicate, in appearance, to Susan ] ture time relate jn the Times. " B. Anthony. She is really '"'dead to | in the above space, I could r Anthony. She is really "dead to j in tae aoove space, l couiu not go into the world." the oases referred to with any detail, — _ The next case is that of a retired Cap- hardly enougli to make their peculiari- A Foreign Ntivni <>'.Ao«r with an ignoble .ajnjt)f the English Navy, who recently , t...

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

Vv ■' * w ®hc Jl.iilti 'V 4* *-. ♦ !! &< •nr <V V .r* jj k iv SUNDAY ihon, MOHNING-. FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. A MISTAKE. Little Rosy Itod-oheuk said unto a clover: " Jflowor! why wore you made? J was made for mother, She hasn't any other; But you were made for nft one, I'm afraid." Then the clover softly unto Red-cheek whis- pered : " Pluck mo, ere you go." Red-cheok, little dreaming, Pulled, and run off screaming, 41 Oh, naughty, naughty flower; to sting me so!" "Foolish child I" the startled bee buzzed crossly, " Foolish not to see That I make my honey While the day is sunny; That the pretty little clover Uvea for me I" —Mara Mapes Dodge, St. Nicholaefor November. GRETCHEN'S EARTHQUAKE. vk> The day was just such as Gretchen liked. It was in March, and the snow lay in strips by the road-sides and fen- ces ; the ponds which filled the hollows were shielded by thin ice, which tanta- lized the gusts of wind that came racing around the hill and through the orchards ready to fr...

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

If %he Satlq Bcuis. DENIHOM. SUNDAY NOV. *7. 187? Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TKXAS CENTRAL. Mo. 1. N . j. N.. No. 7. No. 9. Mo, it. No. ft* No. 4. No. 6. No. a. No, 10. No. la. TRAIN*. St Louia Express.,.. Chicago Express.... W%y iNelfcht Express Frrighl..... Freight Fitifnt y, St. Louis Express... Chicago Express... Way Preijfnt Express Freight.... Freight Freight ARRIVE. J .15 A. M. TOO A. M. 9 .3O P. M. 4:00 A. M. 5:55 P. M. 2 .00 A. M. DEPART. 4 IOO A. M. 3 45 *• 4 :ao a. M. 3:55 ^ M. 8:00 A. M. \2 :i5 P. w. MISSOUKI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. ARRIVE. 3:15 P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 2:15 p. M. 8:15 a. M DEPART. II !30 A. M. No. a. Texas,Knnsas«SbSt. Louis Ex.§112:45 A. M. No. 6. Stock Train, No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex I Slock Train Through Freight. No. 2. Texas, Kansas % Chicago Ex. 4:00 P. M. 5:00 A. M, No. S. Through Freight DENISON Jl SOUTHEASTERN. I DEPART. I ARRIVE. Accommodation^ | 6:00 a. m. | 11 :i$ a.m X Dai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 November 1878

Wi- rt It It having been widely advertised under the caption of '•America Ahead in Spool Cotton," That the Jury on Cotton Textiles, Yarns and Threads, at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Prize to the Willimantic Linen Company for "Spool Cotton especially adapted for use on iewing machines," over all the great thread manufactures of the world, we owe it as a duty to the public and to Messrs. [. & P. Coats to announce that No Grand Prizes were Decreed at Paris tor Spool Cotton. We are advised by cable of the follow- ing awards : J. & P. COATS, GOLD MEDAL. Willimantic Linen Co., Silver Medal, and •we claim for the winners of the first prize that, as they have established in Rhode Island the largest Spool Cotton Mills in the United States, where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through every process, from the raw cotton to the finished spool, AMERICA, jls represent- ed by Messrs J. & P. COATS, is still AHEAD IN SPOOL COTTON. Auchincloss Bros. u.Todwjm S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 November 1878

- ■) Sea.' A TBK DAJNIMII. flw Nortel (low onward, "''"Shm Its odor shed; "o&cent moon wm pule !Pu wator-lily^-dtwd— lrom its parent HteiuuntI tloutliiK i;. For weeks on Its watery bed. The northern light burned bristly— The circle was broad and low; / The rays were like whirling pillars ot lire With green and crimson glow. The dying man lay In his hut— " Oh. v. here shall wo bury thoe? Shall we bury thee on the mountain, Or under the swelling sea? .Shall w« inn y thee 011 the mountain In the eternal snow. Where the spirits of tlio mist shall danco Willie thou liest still below? Or w ilt thou bo sunk In the sea— The blue and swelling sea? The birds ot the tempest shall whirl above, And the seals play merrily." He mournfully smiled and whispered low, " In the sea, the swelling sea." —Janet Fraztr. Gloster's Soliloquy. Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by this sun of York; Tot there's a hue and cry for weather-strips, And coal i mains in the neighborhood of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 November 1878

— H i I - '*"•"■ 1 t j *> Tho Fire Flcinl Rampant. Grandfather Lickshingle broke the silence yesterday ovening as follows: "I tell you what it is,children,there's no use talkin1. The newspaper men of to-day can't sling ink with their grand- fathers. They're degeneratin'. This country sees no graphic writin' like it did when your grandfather was ridin' the editorial tripod like a witch astride the gale. L know of no place that af- fords a better field for descriptive writ- in' than these very Oil llegions. Why, the iires you have here can't bo beat— exccptin', of course, beyond the tomb. When I hear 6f one of these conflagra- tions I just ache to take my pen in hand and describe it in my own graphic stylo." Grandfather closed his eyes, swayed to and fro on his easy chair, while his face glowed with enthusiasm. He seem- ed to be in a transport of joy. " Bring forth my good gray quill," he said, " and let me paint the burnin' town." One of the children said ho thought ' grandfather ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 November 1878

SUNDAY. x>iaivissoiN\ •Nov. ty. t3 3 The Governor proclaims the day tha,lksS'ving for the 28th inst. " A complete crackers «c C. Dibtiic assortment of fancy R. Eupei s. xy 3t 'Ct COlllt Will amir. ~ v , 1 ae« m open Monday morning. Look out for subpoenas. 17U c^hemi"Si" ">is ■% r, u i„g coal ,n preference to wood, it bei much cheaper. ing We understand that Mrs. T. R H°° '"te,lds taking the Clifton l0USe a ot,t the first of^next month. There will be services at the Pres. bytenan chnrch to.day, morning and evening. Rev. Mr - - officiating. A WeJUver eighty feet defp I)as 0,1 WlSt Main street wiih finding water. It lias been abondoned on account of fire damp. Peach and Honey at Yeidel's. Stf Manager Max Elkin Lingnard Cotnedv are 25 th now lells us the troupe, will iip. pear at Nolan hall November and 26th. Reserved seats for sale at Goldsoll & Co.'s. A fire alarm bell has been placed on tojj of the truck house. The rope lyf? °" the outsid* of the building easy reach, so tha...

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

ii mimafmrm—I—tur HUi 4 . ' . ' ; ... . ■' No. 2 3o. Denison, Texas. Tuesday Morning, November ig, 1878. Vol. VI. u < v> \il i « >f n 11 <*? ! / TM W"4FT' 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 '%,■ $•; _V,f t _,.... y. ; • • . • ,t. and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This i6 undoubtedly the smallest pioflt 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. i Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for J 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 1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannel...

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

CXOS. DENISON. TUESDAY.... NOV.liy 1878. | o Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. No. h!«. No. No. No. No, No. No. No. No. No. No. SH... . I ARRIVE. 112 .15 A. M. Ill :00 A. M. t 9:30 P. M. 4 :ix> A. M. 5:55 !*• M. J a.oo A. M. i depart. I 4:00 a. m. I 3 45 *'• M I 4 ;ao a. m. I y-55 M. I 8:00 A. M. .113:15 P. W. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. 1 K *j St. I.oi -- K C l«V«f© •> Wnv )• K'i'ihi.... I£* r m«s Kivlplit, Fi.-ijili St. Louis Kxprcitf Chicii ;o Exprona Way Frei?ht....«f. Kxprcsp Freight Frr'"jM Krci !it No. 1, No. 3. Jj°- No. 7. No. 2. No. j. No. o. No. S. Ch'cf S o t> .0 • arrive. ki:. 3:15 p. m. 4 00 a. m. I 2:15p.m. I 8: *5 a. m \KT. To?:® , Kv* s £ Ch!ci *,o E*:. 'IV . s, , . S ock 1 v'xi Til F DENiSON & SOU ill EASTERN. : ; a. m, :oo :. m. ;oo a. m. i depat't. i arrive. Accommodation^ | 6:00 >. ?.l. | 11:15 a.m | Daily except Sunday. § Daily except Monday. Goveinor Fiemont, of Arizona, in his report to tlic Secretary of the Interior, ...

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

-■V 1 <? r t'S I r ♦t- *♦ rr" * *> T V •<# > I .::.-.-u It having been widely advertised under the caption of '•Americft Ahead in Spool Cotton," Thnt the Jury on Cotton Textile*. Yarrs and Threads, at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Priz to the Willimantic Linen Company lot "Spool Cotton especially udapti d for u«e on tewing machines," over all the ureal thread manufactuies of the world, we owe it as a duty to I lie public and to Messrs. J. & P. Coats to announce thnt No CJrnnd Prizes wore Decreed tit Paris tor Spool ('of I tin . We are advised by cable of the fallow- ing awards : J. & P. COATS, GQ'.D MEDAL Willimantic Linen Co., Silver Medal. and we claim lor the winners' ot the first prize that, as they have established in Rhode Island Ihe largest Spool Cotton Mills in the United States, where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through every process, from the raw cottun to the finished spool, AMERICA, as represent- ed bv Messrs J. & P. ...

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

rr m' pit IJLcous. OKN1BON. TUESDAY ....NOV. j9, tS73. -r~r • - A complete ^sxortuiei.t uf lancy crack; rs at C. R. Eupei's. 17 31 Twenty-two carloads of cotton were shipped north Monday. Ladies' toi'et slippers just come in at Sherburne's. 17if Fresh fish and oysters received this morning by Gaisman & Co. One cartload of steers was shipped to St. Lonis Sunday, and one caiload of calves to Chicago. — The best five cent cigar at Cook's Lunch Stand. 1 ^if We publish the official vote of this county-this moriiinjr, ai taken from the Sherman Cornier. Deni'on is a giowing town. The late election gave her two represen- tatives.—Hesperian. Will the city editor oi the Ilerald olease arise and tell us who Council- man Vibbs is, and what a "plagnig" mill is. Our reporter wants to be enlightened. The best five cent cigar at Cook's Lunch Stand. 1911" -= "Barney" why . xkulkt belaud a. nom-de-plume, and who says it is I fun tmsaturHte a dog with coal oil, and chert set fire to him, is called...

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

Vol. VI. .. «*• s • Kcii-j. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, November 20, 1878. No. 23i. No Humbug CODY'S LADY'S BOOK. prospectus for 1879 Godey's Lady's Book. Reduced From $3 to $2 pop Year. The cheapest and lies'. Iudies' magazine ( ublUhed, and no retreat from its On account of the bsckwardnsss of the pre*ent liiyli standard. Our splendid engravings on steel, de- signed by F. O C. Darlevi °ur unstir- riassed colored fashion platts; Our month- y novelties) our ia«hlon designs; our work department;, our literary depart- ment; a di tgram pattern ; model homes; our j ivt-nile department; Godey's recipes upon every subject, each one tested before printing; Music—J4 pages every year— worth more than the pr ce of the book; colored designs. In addition to our full coips of talented writers, we have com- pleted arrangements for charming serial stories with CHRISTIAN REID, Author of "Valerie Avlmer," ''Morton Mouse," '-Mabel Lee," "Nina's Atone- ment," "Daughter of Bohemia," "Alter Many ...

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

3£ftje JJattiT f^eivs. v W<W < y^yi,w,« v WI*. ^ ~ BENISON. |> WEDNESDAY NOV. 20. 1878. I GRAYSON COUNTY TO THE FRONT. Sho Casts the Largest Voto of Any County in the State Except Gal- veston. And Gives the Largost, Democratic Vote with that Ono Exception. Sherman Courier. It may*siirpri.ke some of the read- ers of the Courier to ltaru that the recent election has developed the fact that Grayson county has a larger voting population than any oilier county in the State, with the single exception of Galveston. Another equally gratifying fact is, that with the exception ot Galveston, she has cast much the largest Democratic vote of any county in theSti.te. The only county that has in the pant claimed a preponderance over us either in population or Democratic strength, is Dallas, and as will be seen by the following figures, there i« no longer any room for controvei- sy 011 either of the above mattcis. At the late election the total vote cast in Grayson and Dallas counties was ...

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

iisr rw \ # A ♦ y It hating been widely advertised under the caption of '•America Ahead in Spool Cotton," Tlint the Jury on Cotton Textile*, Yarrs and Threads, at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Prize to the Williinantic Linen Company for "Spool Cotton especially adapted for use on tewing machines," over all the great thread manufactuies of the world, we owe it as a duty to the public and to Messrs. f. & P. Coats to announce that No Grand Prizes were Decreed at Paris tor Spool Cotton. We are advised by cable of the follow- ing awards : J. & P. GOATS, GOLD MEDAL. Willimantio Linen Co., Silver Medal. and *e claim for the winners of the first prize that, as they have established in Rhode Island the largest Spool Cotton Mills in the United States, where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through every process, Irom the raw cotton to the finished spool, AMERICA, as represent- ed bv|Mes«rs J. & P. COATS, is still AHEAD IN SPOOL COTTON. Auchincloss Bros. So...

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

■ s< ■■ ■ <1 SffiWI •NQnM 3fb« Sailg Hews. UKN180N. WEDNESDAY NOV. ao, 187S. A complete assortment of fancy cracker* at C. R. Super's. 17 31 The sidewalk on Houston avenue in front of Mr. Foley's wants re- pairing. •A dance will take place this even- ing at the Pettigrew building, No. 118, Main street. Bill Cackley, Bill Phinney and Charley Haley left for the buffalo range Tuesday. Our enterprising butcher, Mr. Joe Quinn, has built a slaughter house about one mile southeast of Denison. Mr. Howard Hanna is now en- rolled among the clerical at the M., K. & T. freight depot. One thing we commend Reverend Wright lor—he doesn't put his con- gregation to sleep with long p/ayers. A handsome new wooden awning is being built in front of the liquor establishment of Waterman & Weil. Yesterday was a gala day for the fleecy staple, Main street being blockaded with wagons loaded with cotton. The east window of the bell room of the Presbyterian church can be easily raised by those wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 November 1878

H. mm : •esc: '^1 +3 1:1 f VV dcnisim Daily Ifftos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, November 21, 1878. No. 233. On account of the buck ward net* of the season and dull timet 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 Othsr Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest profit that ever a Dry Goods man could >ell goods fi r. and f would like to draw the attention of all our I.ndy and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only fjr The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful tiark 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 cants, you 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, }ou can now buy at M. Singer's for 20, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 November 1878

if :■ Fv: '' V:„>. , M UTte Baity Hews. DEN1SON. THURSDAY NOV. 21, 1878. The San Antonio papers s iy the •hipment of wool from that city vvil' be larger this year than ever before. It is annouced that England and Austria are bound by a treaty to com- pel Russia to withdraw from Turkey if Russia should endeavor to retain the country after May of next jear A dispatch from Mobile, A'a., ays the Morgan line, via New Or- leans, is now open for freight for all points in Texas except Galveston, proper, the latter town still main taining quarantine. o SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER U R B S HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Royal Champagne. Been in general use for twenty years. Everywhere proved the most safe, simple, economical and efficient medicines known. They are ju^t what the people want, saving time, money, sickness and suffering . iZ\ erv single specific the well tried prescription ofan eminent physician. For ■•ale by drugyists generally. Humphrey*' Specific Manual 011 the treatme...

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