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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 November 1878

;,PW1W V ry r* C t A ,u* <~l! *• v* ♦ w u A v A " t 0* ¥ t * Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , f,8t' DEITISON, TEXAS. Scrlbner's Illustrated Magazino For Girls ond Boys. An Ideal Children's! Mngnzlne. Messrs. Scribner & Co., in 1873. bwgan the publication of St Nicholas, an illu* trated magazine for girls anil boys, with Mrs. Mary Ma pes Dodge as editor. Five years have passed since the ft rut number was issued, and the magazine ha won the highest position. It hue a monthly circulation of OVER 50,000 COPIES. It is published simultaneously in Lon- don and New York, and the trans-Atlan- tic recognition is almost as general and hearty as the American. Although the progress of the magazine has been a steady advance, it has not reached it i-d- itor's ideas of best, becase her ideal con- tinually outruns it, and the magazine as swiftly follows after. To-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 November 1878

-v. MviiMn r' DENISON. TUESDAY.;... ..NOV. a6. 1878. Fire proof chimneys o£ all sizes at Hanna's Drug Store. 22 iw If Stewart's body had been "cre- mated" his ashes would not have furnaced such a grate sensation. Maple sugar syrup and buckwheat just leceiveu at Wood & Co.'s. 11 10 tf. There was a great demand for the Sunday News ; it was one of the best local papers e\er published inNoith Texas. Just received, imported ale and porter, at Brenner's. 24ft F. P. Baker, proprietor of theTo- peka Commonwealth, sued the Kan- sas Citv Times some time ago for libel. The suit is now progressing at Jefferson City. Pure old Jamaica rum, Scotch whiskey and Holland gin, at Bren- ner's. 24 tf. Notwithstanding the cold and dis- agreeable weather Sunday morning, the funetal of Judge Kiik was well attended. Don't buy a stove until you see McCarthy's stock. 22 3t George Bates was receiving the congratulations of his friends Mon- day over the addition of a ten pound boy to his household. Why Freez...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 November 1878

HP A vr ?">* -r r • Hi 1 J 3 *> * i:« f $ I tlcnieon Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. November 27, 1878. No. 2 38. 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 piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods fcr, 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 1-2 cents per yard . 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 flanneis which are worth from 2.s, 30. 40 and 50 cents, you can now buy at M. Singe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 November 1878

JKhc JOailij I\eui$. DENISON. WEDNESDAY NOV. 27, 1878. Municipal Officers. H. M. GnURBS Mayor VV. D. KIRK President of Council WILLIAM HARD WICK Marshal A. it, COKFlN Assessor & Collect"? O. E. O'MALKV Treasurer E. F. KADKLEFF City Clerk G. G. KANPKLL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1 ST WARD : \V. M. PKCK, ED. N. ALLEN. councilmen—3d wakdi J. C. FEILD, II. TONE. council mkn-—id ward: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIUK. COUNCJLMBN—4TII WARD .' W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, lirst Thursday in each month. A Bail way to the Qity of Mexico. THE MILD POWER CURES HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. l!een in general use for twenty years. Everywhere proved the most safe, simple, economical and efficient medicines known. They are just what the people want, saving time, money, sickness and guttering.. Every single sperific the well tried prescription of an eminent physician. For sale by druggists generally. Humphreys' Specific Manual on the treatment of disease and its cure, sent free ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 November 1878

TfF ' I [•<* t f* V n t K '4V > 41 <" T"7 ♦ *, • '1® Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. 11,8tf* ST. NICHOLAS, Soribner's Illustrated Magazine For Girls and Boys. All Ideal Children's Magazine. Messrs. Scribner & Co., in 1873, began the publication of St Nicholas, an illus- trated magnzine for girls and boys, with Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge as editor. Five years have passed since the t. rst number was issued, and the magazine hat won the highest position. It l.as a monthly circulation of OVER 50,000 COPIES. It is published simultaneously in Lon- don and New York, and the trans-Atlan- tic recognition is almost as general and htarty as the American. Although the progress of the magazine has been a steady advance, it has not reached it< ed- itor's ideas of best, becase her ideal con- tinually outruns it, and the magazine as swiftly f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 November 1878

ANOTHER CONFLAGRATION. Graves Deoeorated. The sexton ot our cemetery assures IMftj Ucws. j|4P>ftyMtor DENI80N, WEDNESDAY NOV. a7. 1878 Fire proot chimneys of all sizes at Hanna's Drug Store, 22 iw Mr. M. 11. Brown moved his sta- tionery into the Muller building last night. Found. A Masonic pin, which tht owner can have by calling at this, office. County court, Judge Steedman presiding, will meet on the first Monday in r.ext month for the trans- action of criminal business. M. Goldsoll & Co. have introduced the celebrated Julius Kine combina- tion spectacles and eyeglasses." 223I There will be services at the Bap- tist Church 011 Thanksgiving day morning, commencing at n o'clock. Rev. Mr. Kone will occupy the pul- P't- Pickled tripe, pickled tongues and pickled pigs feet at Cook's Lunch Stand. igtf Only one person was brought be- fore the Mayor Monday morning, charged with disturbing the peace Saturday evening. Two dollars and costs. Notice. Thursday, November 28th, being a le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 November 1878

rk ' - > I /Ti r-' a | * .--J, ■ „ i A • ill v\ ; V '1 Vol. VJ •f'i'-f'H'T * Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, November 28, 1878. No. 2 3q. 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 Good*, man could sell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lndy 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 1-2 cents per yard . 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 25, 30. 40 and 50 cents, yon can now buy at M. Sing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 November 1878

p.; \w'K 5$toe Uailxi flcros. DENISON. THURSDAY NOV. 28, 1878. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTKAL. trains. ARRIVE. No. I. St. Louis Express m .15 A. M. No. 3- Chicago Kxprcss 11.00 A. M. No. et Way Freight 9:30!'. M. No. 7* Express. Freight 4 :oo a. m. No. V- Freight 5:55 p- M. No, u. FreigtU. 2.OO a. m. depart. No. a. St. Louis Kx press 4:00 a. mi Chicago Express 3H5 *'• m. Way Freight 4 :ao a. m. No. 8. Express Freight 3:55 p- S:oo a. M. No. 10. Freight M. No. 1 a. Freight 12:15 r. N. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. I ARRIVE. Chicago, Kansas & Texas Ex.1 3:15 p. m. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex \\ 4 :oo a. m Stock Train a: 15 r. m Through Freight . ...| 8:15 a. m | dkpart. Texas, Kansas Chicago Ex. j 11130 a. m. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§| 13:45 a. m. Stock Train | 4:00 p. m. No. 8. Through Freight i 5:00 a.m. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. depart. arrive. Accommodation^ | 6:00 a. m. | 11 :i5 a.m X Daily except Sunday. § Daily except Monday. The Dem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 November 1878

'T^ 1 \ * , I-■ * y r \ " * 4 > ^ . 4 k 9 « 4 * Jk v- X*" ~ r* V Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. TIIIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. 11,811* ST. NICHOLAS, Scribnor's Illustrated Magazine For Girls and Boys. An Ideal Children's Magazine. Messrs. Scribner & Co., in 1873, began the publication of St Nicholas, an illus- trated magazine for girls and boys, with Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge as editor. Five years have passed since the first number was issued, and the magazine hat won the highest position. It has a monthly circulation of OVER 50,000 COPIES. It is published simultaneously in Lon- don and New York, and the trans-Atlan- tic recognition is almost as general and htarty as the American. Although the progress of the magazine has been a steady advance, it has not reached it* ed- itor's ideas of best, becase her ideal con- tinually outruns it, and the magazine as swiftly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 November 1878

3£bt flixilg glewa. DENISON. THURSDAY NOV. a8. 1878. No paper will be issued from this office to-moi row, —■ ■" — -♦ There will be no thanksgiving ser- vice at the M. E. church. -■ Colgate's Celebrated Soaps at II anna's Drug Store. 22 iw Mr. I'atiick Msurcevy was the first merchant to unroll a bolt of goods in Denison. The only place 111 the city to pro- curt the celebrated Globe fine cut, is at Waterman & Weil's. 28 it PRAIRIE FIRES, A Sctme in the RenuHful Indian Territory. Three "JPrairia Schooners" in a Sea ol* Fire. Bader and Hartung's Peerless, the best cigar in towi\, for sale at Louis Libbe's. Fire proof chimneys of all sizes at Hanna's Drug Store. 22 iw Thanksgiving services at the Bap- tist church this morning, Rev. Mr. Kone occupying the pulpit. A gen- eral invitation is extended to all. Cough medicines of all kinds at Acheson's. 10,23 ■ ♦ ■■ ■ J. E. Vinson has put a new roof on his house on west Main street, and will move into town in a short time. Pure old Jamaica ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 November 1878

Vol. VI. SXfte. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, November 3o, 1878. No. 240. m 7 NOLAN HALL. THE Comedy Event. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th. Appearance of the inimitable comedian MR. JOHN DILLON, Supported by Miss LOUISE DILLON, And the famous Wallack Combination, In the Great Farcial Society Comedy, IAMBI ADMISSION, $1, GALLERY, 50 GTS. Reserved seats no extra charge, now on sale at M. Goldsoll & Co.'s jewelry establishment. 24i<>t T | __i . 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 Oafs. Make use of the opportunity. a r x ' Beautiful dark fal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 November 1878

:;:Av '. ..t >'■ "■' '" ■■■ ;ii- "' ^ 1-1 \J fl,:s J. . ■ .vjii J ' ilv- v?f -mm*, lift IM yi B Bathi fXcws. DKNISON. SATURDAY NOV. 30, 1878. "Much Ado About Nothing." General Grierson, in his official re- port to General OrJ, claims to have discovered a good roadway from Ft. Davis to Pena Blanca, and thence southward to the Rio Grande; also an excellent crossing between San Vicente and San Carlos, and hot and dcos prings near the crossing of the Rio Grande. How we apples swim! Said roadway and crossing weie already well known both to army officials and to citizens of El Paso and 1'ies- idio counties before the civil war. The late John Burgess, of Presidio del Norte, who used to trade with the Indians at San Carlos, and was jilso engaged in filling contracts for corn, hay, etc., at Fort Davis, often traveled that identical road, and ev- ery guide at the military posts on the upper Rio Grande, is familiar with the same. The hot and coldspiings claim- ed to have been discovtied by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 November 1878

i A -L- i* 'X * .31 > | 'V r ♦ % /• f Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOU GALL , DENISON, TEXAS. i1,811* ST. NICHOLAS, Scribnor's Illustrated Magazine For Girls and Boys. An Ideal Children's Magazine. Messrs. Scribner & Co., in 1873, began the publication of St. Nicholas, an illus- trated magazine for girls and boys, with Mrs . Mary Mapes Dodge as editor. Five ■years have passed since the fcrst number was issued, and the magazine hat won the highest position. It Las a monthly circulation of OVER 50,000 COPIES. It is published simultaneously in Lon- don and New York, and the trans-Atlan- tic recognition is almost as general and htarty as the American. Although the progress of the magazine has been a steady advance, it has not reached it« ed- itor's ideas of best, becase her ideal con- tinually outruns it, and the magazine as r.wiftly follows after. To-day St....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 November 1878

JJfflL1.. - - ... ftjTCKOT TT- gailg Urns. We are requested 10 call the attention of the firemen and others to the fact that the east window in the belt room or the ! Presbyterian church can easily be raised) so that in case of a fire, parlies desirous ; of ringing the bell in order to give alarm | will have no difficulty in effecting an en- | trance. At a late fire se ernl windows j Mr . Jerry Nolan, who has been quite ill Were broken and fastenings were ruined FOUND DEAD. . Railroad Jottiuga. Wax. DENtSON. SATURDAY............NOV. 30, 1878. Wild turkey* sell for twenty-five cents each in the Indian Territory. for several days, was on the streets yes- terday. Don't fail to see John Dillon to-night fct Nolan Hall. See advertisement in an- other columu. Cough medicines of Acheson's. all kinds 10, in the attempts to enter the bell room, which entailed quite a loss to the church. The best five cent cigar LuncTi Stand. Cook's iytf J. 1J. Bella'n, of St. Joe, Montagne Co., arrived in the...

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

L'4 Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Sunday Morning, December i, 1878. No. 241, . 1 On account of the backwardnsj* of the •eason and dull times I AM COMPELLED •J. . m v .1 V ' '• - to offer for the next 30 day* ONLY, the following extraordinary inducement*: 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 cell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our I.ady 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 1-2 cents per yard . 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 25, 30. 40 and 50 cents, you can now buy at M. Singer's for 20, 25, 30 and 40 cents per yard. Bl...

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

interests. HOME ©he Hallg Pews., &C5 ^ ^3^ DKN ISON. SUNDAY MOliNINQ. THE AMERICAN EXPORT TRADE. Valuable Statiwtirn and Other Information ConcerutuK American lndu trie®—1The ArtieleM we Supply to Jh'oreijfu Countries. [From tlio Now York Times.] American enterprise in tho struggle for supremacy in the world's market has been handicapped by six serious draw- backs. These are, lack of means of | transportation, high rates of interest on capital, high rates of marine iusuranoe, carelessness in packing, waste of mate- rial in manufacturing, and an omission to make concessions to the local preju- dices of outside barbarians. Meantime, Yankee pluck, even with till tho odds above mentioned against it, is making a gallant race, and is fast closing upon its antagonists. This is especially true of the past few years—since 1875. Taking the ligures of 1875-6-7 as a basis, wc have advanced at tho rate of $30,000,000 in two years. Our exports to-day are more than double those of 1860, in whi...

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

4 She ?mln |tcwsu dknison, SUNDAY MORNING. V A «• V ♦ ; > 4 4. IT 4 i- THE NUT-PINE FORESTS OF NEVADA. Indian Nutting l'arlicn—< et- iing In u Winter'* .Supply. [From tlio San Francisco Bulletin.] Every mountain, however far it swells into the sky, seems utterly barren. Ap- proaching nearer, a low brushy growth is seen, strangely black in aspect, as though it had been burned. This is a nut-pine forest, the bountiful orchard of the red man. When you ascend into its midst you find the ground beneath the trees, and in the openings, also, nearly naked, and mostly rough on the surface. A succession of crumbling ledges of lava, limestone, slate and quartzite, coarsely strewn with soil weathered from them by storms and sunshine; here and there a bunch of sago or linosyris, or a purple cluster or tuft of dry bunch grass. The harshest mountain sides, hot and waterless, seem best adapted to its development. No slope is too steep, none too dry; every situation seems to be gratefully chos...

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

3?ailg IJctus. DENISON. SUNDAY DEC. 1,1878. The Independent says nea rly all the cotton in the vicinity ol Honey Grove is picked and ba',ed. The season has been remaikably favora- ble for cotton picking. A Mrs. Carr, of llenyietta, whose husband is a par&on, i< in luck. She has just been notifi.ed that there are $60,000 on deposit for her, left her by a deceased a unt in Kentucky. The announce'.nent from Paris on the 27th ult. of "the death ofM. Jean Pierre Napoleon Eugene Chevan- died cle Valdr.ome, the Frence states- tnan, is contradicted. He 19 serious- ly ill howe ver. 1 here is a serious revolt of 50,- 000 troo pS in the province of Kwh- attgsi, China, and fears of its exten- sion p,re entertained, in consequence of p oor pay and rations throughout the armv. The Courier learns that young VVynn, who had his arm torn out of the socket in a gin mill in this coun- ty about ten days ago, an account of which, was published at the time, is still ajiv8,: with lair hopes of recov...

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

4 > A Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. THE THIttTY-FOURTH YUAIt, Most PopularScientific Paper in theWorld Only #3 80 a Year, Including I'osIiijjk. Weekly, 02 Numbers a Year. 4,000 JUuok Pam*, The Scientific American is a large first- class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages, printed in the most beautiful style, pro- fusely illustrated with magnificent en- gravings, representing the newest inven- tions and the most recent advances in the arts and sciences; including new and in- teresting facts in agriculture, horticul- ture, the home, health, medical progress, social science, natural history, geology, astronomy. The most valuable practical papers, by eminent writers in all depart- ments of science, will be found in the Scientific American. Terms. $3.20 per year, $1.60 half year, which includes pc stage. Discount 10 agents. Single copies te...

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

K* The Spider. Splunerot tho.alUcun huhio, Foil Axaf.huu lu your lair, Tell me,'It your powers oftn tell, U jw you ilo your vrnik mo well! Weaving on in hihI dark, SeK'ueut auil concentric arc, l.uee-llke, jjoHbauior (lesions, Strict to geometric lines. Perfect,to the utmost part, Occult, exquisite of art, t How are all these wonders breil In your atom of ahead? Propositions here Involved Wit of man has nevorsolved; Demonstrations hard to find Are as crystal to your mind. How in deepest dungeon glooms, Do your l.iliputiau looms Work such miracles as these— Faultless, {airy filigrees? Careless files that hlthor flit Come to die; but there you sit, Feeling with your fingers fine Kadi vibrating, pulse-like line; Eager to anticipate Hourly messages of fate- Funeral telegrams that say, " Here Is feasting one more day 1" Spider, only He can tell How you do your work so well, W ho In life's mystoriouB ways Knows the method of the maze. —H. 8. Comwell, in the Atlantic Monthly. The Tyranny o...

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