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

i 4 * < A h 4 * f HERE AND THERE. In Natal, South Africa, grass is pre- served in it« greon state by burying it I in the ground. The grass preserved in this way keeps fresh and sweet for months. In England, in 1876, 12 children not1 much over 10 committed suicide, 10 people were killed by lightning, and 174 by sunstroke—in a country where for- eigners imagino the sun never shines. The Berlin poliec have lately found that at least one-tenth of the piTpulation of that city live in cellars. The mor- tality among them is great. Half of the houses of the city are excessively crowded. Pusev Anthony I'kkh, a negro, has obtained a vordiot of $925 against the manager of the Arch Street Theater, in Philadelphia, for being refused admis- sion after purchasing tickets for orches- tra seats for himself and wife. The California Constitutional Con- vention has adopted a section providing that three-fourths of a jury may render a verdict in all cases except felony. In cases of felony a jury must...

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

A %he jtoila Hems. DKNIHOTV, SUNDAY DEC. i, 1S7S. d uniclpal Officer*. H. M. GRURRS ^...Mijror W. D. KIRK .President- f Council WILLIAM HA11UWICK Marshal A. H. COFFIN...%•#/ .Assessor A Collector O. E. O'MALEY . Treasurer K. F. KADELKFF Cif*: Clerk G. G. KANDHLL •••City Attorney COUNCILMAN—JBT WARD.' W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLEN. COUNCILM*N—*0 WARD *. J. C. FKILD, H. TONE. COUNCILMEN—\D WARD: A. O. HALL, VV. D. KIRK. COUNCI LMKN- W-B. BOSS, Regular meeting of Council, first Thnrsday in each month. 1 ' 1 , ' f ' Arrival and Departure of Trains. H—4TH WAHD.' JUSTIN HAYNAL. BARGAINS! ! For the Ladies Especially. The Indies of Denison and vicinity will find it greatly to their interest to attend I the Assignee*' sale at the Flag store to- morrow. The large and well Selected ttock is to be closed out, regardless of eoit, for cash. No such opportunity was ever before offered the ladies of Denison to'secure bargains, and we have no doubt the store will be thronged all day. Re- member the stock...

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

m 4 z&gm • •zn* , i ft m ml *r * V 'a - 1 wfei ft f f > H ■^iSm < +*. o Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning. December 3,1878. - r^_ — . .Trv^-^3—g No. 242. .vat. n i ,1 - . It I 1 A' 1 I p III / . THE Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. SAM'L star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS goods department. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 Jo 10 00 do 7 50 JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former pric«s $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 clo 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 3 50 ClOLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 7< Now $1 50 do 1 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c Now 50c WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $ 1 25 N >w $1 00 BLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do do 1 15 do do 1 25 do I do 75 do COLORED CASHMERE. Former pricc $1 00 Now...

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

KHi - Attorn oy§-at-^«w Hotels and Restaurants. SAD ACCIDENT. Wholesale Liquors foe Ipailtj Slews* The Moilatt Punoh. DENI80N. TUESDAY DEI'. 3,1878 Read the great inducements olfeied on our first page. Waco is wise. She is about put- ting up one of the finest and largest cotton factories in the south. A party of three hundred «nd twenty-five immigrants, from Ger- many, arrived at Houston on the 18th. Some of the farmers in Young county Have raised the second crop •f com this year, some of which will make thirty bushels to the acre. It is claimed that ten thousand new settles have pitched their tents in the counties of Coleman, Brown, Shack- elford and Commanche, since the beginning of last November. The boiler of a cotton seed oil mill exploded at Dallas Thursday, blowing a boy through an open win- dow, and injuring him, but not fatally. A Copenhagen dispatch says the marriage of the Princess Thyra, to Denmark, with the Duke of Cumber- land, will be solemnized on the aist or 22d of ...

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

«tn- ■■ ,MUtMh aw 4* • ' ' MMMP ' 2 ma A V •S if r {►. -*+>-■• ■*, < <> V v 4 -> * %hi UaiTy Ulcurs. DENlioN." TUESDAY DEC. 3, 187S. SPECIAL LOCALS. The Silver Bullion Thieves. We learn from the Siclalia Demo- crat that two more of tlie six silver bars stolen from a Missouri Pacific car have been fonnd. Constable Conner, armed with a search warrant, investigated the premises of John Comliy, one of the parties arrested for the theft, and now '11 jail, Friday afternoon. After dig- ging in various places he finally found a place which had the appear- ance of having been recently disturb- ed, and he sank his pick into it. The pick struck something which gave forth a metalic sound, and in a few- moments one of the bars of silver was on top of the ground. Another bar was also discovered buried in the ground under the wood pile. The search warrant called jfor three bars of silver bullion, marked Silver- ton Mining Company, but only two so marked were found on the prem- ises,...

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

i-i- ■ raW!?8.--: " ' ' ' : % r 1 fltc Bath) llcws. denisonT TUfeSDAV %*<. .£>&'£. 3, *sy.« ;= M urtletpal Officers. R. M. Mayor W. D. KillKs.v IVcaiUcut of Council WILLIAM HAUDWit:K Marshal A. H COFFIN.Assessor & Collector O* K* O'M ALKV. Treasurer E. F. KADKLKFF City Clerk G G KAN DiliLL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WAHD .' W, M. PJKCK, HD. N.ALLEN. COUNCILMAN—2D WAUDI J. C. FEILD, 11. TONK. COl'NCILMKN—tD WAUD: A. O. HALL, \v. D. KIRK. COUNCXLMEN—4TII WAHD ; W. . BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council first Thursday in cach month. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTUAL. TRAINS. *Ho. 1. St. Louis Kxpress No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5. Way Freight No. 7. Express Freight.. No. 9. Freight No, 11. Frcigut. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No. 10. No. 12. St. Louis Express... Chicago Express. Way Freight*. Express Freight Freight F reight MISSOURI, KANSAS AND AKKIVE. 12 .15 A. M. 11 :oo A. M. 9:30 **• M. 4:00 A. M. S:5S «*. M. 2 .OO A. M. DEPAKT. 4:...

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

err: Iff (toe. ,, ,^r,, 1 <i Hi.':: Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. December 4, 1878. No. 242. -i.' 1 ijarr- SAMUEL STAR & CO B wk I ) ■ I THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, TtfW I tint Ef. c *!fj , *■' , , . .1 :MB1 .1. • | (!•. OPPfc'*' . • i.r.V :'?? If* fU .t'-'i'i -Kij 311 ' • •"SI ' . * r Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. $! V 2 sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. w. I ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do' 10 00 do 7 50 TAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 'v f&o i 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do f 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 7t Now $1 50 do x 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $r 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c Now 50c , WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $1 25 N >w $1 00 ...

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

IPailg p*t#s. ThOBO Mountain Passes DENISON. WEDNESDAY ...DEC. 4-1878. Read the great inducements offered an •ur first patfc. ■ The Advocate, the Eastern or^an of the "fiat" money party and the ri >al of Brick Pomeroy's Democrat, has suspended. Michad Alierne, the last of the Fenians confined in the Biitish pris- ons, has been released from Mill- bank, provided with a sum ot money, and permitted to re'tirn to Ireland, should he be so disposed. Montreal, Canada, has adopted the electric light. Twenty Jabluch- koff candles have been ordered from Paris to light up Bonaventure Sta- tion and Notre Dame Parish church, and shortly the light is expected to beam over the principal squares of the city. The success of the Centennial ex- hibition at Philadelphia has cieated a desire for a world's fair in New York city, to be "held in 1889, the 100th anniversary of the inaugura- tion of Gen. George Washington as President of the United States. Afghanistan is a country con- taining about 10,00...

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

1It-. 1 ► 4 tf > V * J i. I + A. Rvlkei . jf'.-T' I?inly 35 cms. BSvison^ WEDNESDAY DEC. 4, 1878. Municipal Officers. R. M. GHUDBS Mayor W. D. KIUK President uf Council WILLIAM IIAHUWICK Murslial A. II. COl' KIN Assessor & Collector O. !£. CM ALE Y Treasurer l£. F. RAUKLBFF City Clerk «. U. HANDELI City Attorney COUNCILMAN—IBT WAKD.* W. M. PECK, KD. N. ALLEN. coi'ncilmkn—id wakd! J. C. FKILD, II. TONE. councilmitn—id ward! A. o. HALL, W. D. KIRK. CQUNCILMKN—4TII WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. Ho. 1. No. 3. No. c. No. 7. No. 9. No, it. TRAINS. St. Louis Express.. Chicago JCxpress W*y Freight... Kxpress Freight Freight Freignt St. Louis Express Chicago Express Way Freijjnt. Ho. s. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. Express Freight. No. 10. Freight.. No. is. Freight................... MISSOURI, KANSAS AND No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. j. No. 4. No. 6. No. t. Chicago, Kans...

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

'MMWfmt&i immhi fUnxs. prmp?*i rrs . P?" ' iC'.i DEN1SON. WEDNESDAY DEC. 4. '878. Read the great inducements offered on •ur first page. We direct attention to M. Singir's bulletin on thi page. Mr. Singer has a new, fresh stock of goods, and is selling at very small margins. The holiday jewelry beinur put on ex- hibition at M. Goldsoll & Go's, is simply immense. To Mr. Stono, of Tishomingo. If Mr. Stone, from Tishomingo, is sick in tliis city and needs assistance, he can get it by sending word to the Star Store. Mr. Fisk's stock of boots and shoes, in charge of C. H. Campbell, at the post- office building, was boxed yesterday and removed. MALQNJS JIURDJSK|£1>. A Well-Know Pellcemnn Assas- sinated. Taylor, Self Confessed dorer. Mur- An Interesting Trial A Problem Long Since Solved. How a Drunken Man Settled a Grudge. M. Goldsoll & Co. carry a complete line of the celebrated Gorham Mfg. Co. solid silver ware, consisting of spoons, forks, cups, match boxes, salt cellars a...

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

' ■ 'V&L* -h 1 ■■ ■ • t Wv v .-'■ , ■ :«r L y s > IJ / U4L JDrnison Vol. VI. v . -rr Denison, Texas. Xkursoay Morning. December 5, 1878. No. 243. SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Olotliing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. :q 'J Former price $t 50 . H) 001^' 1 yj SAM'L STAR & CO. <?£ / ... DENISON, TEXAS. '> • tS ' 1 DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Fo rm'er price $15 op Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 TApanese silk patterns. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 black gros grain silk, yd.. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 . L*~.4o. - --4 75 do-- i 50 do 2 25 do j 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 colored gros grain silk. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do 1 so.. ...... do x 25 Trimming silk. Former price $i 25' Now $1 00 trimming satins. Now $1 25 "•'do- 1 50 white alpaca. Former price 65c Now 50c white cashmere. Former pries $1 25 N >w $1 00 black cashmere. Former price $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do do 1...

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

. i'hf JBaily 3f)lcws. DENISON. THURSDAY DEC. 5. 1878. I Blaiue at Work. Read the great inducements offered on our first page. The printers of Dallas met Sunday evening and permanently organized a typographical union. Forney, in his new paper, "The Progresr," uses the ii 1st person sin- gular in all his editorials. — There was not a solitary Republi- can vote cast in Clay county at the late election. The Appropriation committee is said to favor the transfer of Indian affairs from the department of the Interior to the war department. Senator Beck has prepared a reso- lution calling on Secretary Sherman to know why he has not paid silver as coin interest 011 bonds. The Austin Gazette thinks that the shortest, cheapest and most satis- factory uolution of the Mexican bor- der question is to be found in a sys- tem of military, postal and commer- cial railway connection with the Rio Grande. Word reaches us from the west that the range is almost entirely burnt off, and the buffalo have bee...

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

*.iaei - ♦ - ,iy > r ry I 4' ^fWS' A. R.COLLINS & CO., DENISOIV. THURSDAY DEC. 5, 1878. ! M uniolpal Officers. R. M. ORUBBS Mayor P'JK1HK PreHiUent of Council WILLIAM HARDW1CK Marshal A. H, COKF1 N Asscmor & Collector 2" 5-O'MAI.KY Trcaaurer K. F. RADELBFF City Clerk U. G. KANDKLL ..City Attorney councilman— ibt wahd ' W. M. PECK, ED.N.ALLEN. COUNCIL MEN—'3D WAHD! J. C. FEILIJ, II. TONE. counc1lmxn— jo ward: A.O.HALL, W. D. KIRK. councilman—4t!f ward : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Tlinrsdsiy in each month. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. H.. 1. No. j. No. £. No. 7. No. 9. No, 11. No. I, No. 4. No. 6. No. S. No. 10. No. 11. TRAINS. St. Louis Express Chicago Express W«y Freight Express Freight...... F reight Freignt... St. Louis Express... Chicago Express. Way Freight.... Express freight.. Freight. Freight... MISSOURI, KANSAS AND ARKIVE. It .15 A. M. II :tx) A. M. 9:30 F. M. 4:00 A. M. 5:S5 P. M. 3 .00 A. M. DEPART...

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

' '••• v.". B iPailU Setus. DENISON. THURSDAY DEC. 5, 1S7S. )eaifcon U nbly it-presented at the New Orleans Commercial Convention, by Capt lumex A. George. Pickled tripe, pickled tongues ntul pickled pigs feet at Cook's Liincli Stand. 19tf A case of assault and battery was tried in Judge Kiddle's Court Wednesday morning. The defendant, a prominent merchant, was fined one dollar and costs . ' !■"' Copies of the President's mcssa'iie W<?hr* 1 si nt out h day or two in advance to the j po tma*t«rs of all the leading cities of | the Union, to be furnished the dailv pa- pers that it might be published simultan- eously with its presentation to Congress. The ropit s for Galveston failed to arrive in time however, and the enterprising publishers of the News Hud the entire message transmitted by telegraph as a special dispatch. ■ Cough medicines of Acheson's. ill kinds at 10,23 Go to Streeper's meat market for your choice meats. This market is at all times supplied with meats of all descr...

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

^pP - '•$. #?'; $jjjp -. '-4 .1 I II ■. u • i I i ' ' '.'"• '■■' . • <CVMI ". f'.w --• mHRSBffi?! ® •. .• ■ • .•"• v Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, December 6,1878. No. 244. -rrrrsrror & JittSfiSRSGr H TEXAS, ',2= Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. —— sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 TAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 do a 25 do x 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $ 1 7< Now $1 50 do I 50 do x 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 <;o Now $x 25 do 1 75 do x 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c Now 50c WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $1 25 N >w $1 00 BLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do do 1 15 do do 1 25 do 1 do 75 do COLORED CASHMERE. For...

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

^,1 ' . / £■ .V f,l OTsSI COMMERCIAL CONVENTION The Xmilij flews. DEJVI80N. FRIDAY DEC . 6. I«f8. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTKAL. X*. i. K®. j. No. 5. Ko. 7. No. 9. TRAINS. St. Louis Express.. Chicago Express.. Way Freight Kx press Freight... Freight No, 11, Frci^nt. No. s. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No St. L.ouis Express Chicago Express Way Freight Express Freight Freight No. la. Freight............. missouri, KANSAS AND i akkive. .... IJ .15 A. M. ... . Ill !00 A. M. 9:30 P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 5:55 p-M 2 .qo a. m. depart. 4:00 a. m. 3:4s r. M. 4 :ao a. m. 3 :ss *• m. 8:00 a. m. 13:15 r. n. TEXAS. Na. i. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex \ No. 5. Slock Train No. 7. Through Freight No. j. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex. No. 4. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.$ No. 6. Stock Train No. 8. Through Freight ARRIVE. 3^5 M. 4 :oo A. M 2:15 p. m 8:15 a. m depart. ii j30 a. m. 1^145 A- m- 4:00 p. m. 5:00 a. m. Read the great inducements off...

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

•• '*X : ■ " v,™ | •t 11 The Daily Hews. J A. R.COLLINS & CO., r>K]Visojv. FRIDAY DEC. 6, 1878 Munloipal Officers. It. M. GRUBBS Mayor W. D. KIRK president of Council WILLIAM HARDWICK Marshal A. H. COK KIN Assessor & Collector O. K. O'MAl.KY •...Treasurer J£. I*. RADELEKK...CityClerk a. G. RANDKLL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—1ST WAKD: W. M. PECK, ED. N.ALLEN. COUNCILMEN—2D WAKD: J. C. FEII.D, H. TONE. COUNCILMEN—ID WARD: A. O. HALL, W. D. KIRK. COUNCILMEN—4TII WARD : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. Wholesale Liquors. |£ENTUClvY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY y w w n n II RSSS K K Tv yt W ww w H H II S S K # W WW w II H jl a ^ J W WW w H H II s K K w w w w II11II11 II ESSS KK YY WW WW H H II s K K V WW WW H g II s K K 1 w w H II R 8 £ KK w w 11 H II ssss T Imported and Domestic W inos, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Slav Store. T3A m ¥ A...

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

t- ■ ;/?" Kit?1 The Bitilvj flews. FR1DW l>ENISOIS. DEC. 6, 1S78. m ■ v 1 / Road ihe great inducements* offered on our first page. Ten cars of iron for the Denison & Pa- cific; came in Inst night. Col. L. B. Hell, of Vinita, has been ap- pointed chairman of the Cherokee school board. Cough medicines of all kinds at Acheson'e. 10>23 Twenty-five thousand new ties were placed on tne Choctaw Division last month. , Just received, imported ale and porter, at Brenner's. 24tf The Rothschild murder trial was called at Marshall Tuesday. Defense had filed a motion for a change of views. A complete stock of smoking and plug tobaccos, which will be sold at bottom prices, at Brenner's. 24 tt Batsell Bros., the jpopulai livery stable keepers of Sherman, Texas, receiyed a splendid new omnibus from Illinois Wednesday. It will run to and from the Sherman depot. Batsell Bros, have the largest and most commodious stable at the Waggoners. They are destined'toUf6 COUnty 8eat' and keep g°°d te*m...

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

j, lyfi'i'ih ^ RJ }P RMP^ Vol. VI. ■M' > (A Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, December 7,1878. No. 245. .. .rj.ui... ? 6 St I I SAMUEL STAR & CO., the leading dry goods house of north texas, V, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. SAM'L STAR & CO. DENISON, TEXAS. r } K 1 /" I f if ; ,r aim ' DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT TERNS. Former price $i ^ 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 TAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former priee $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do 1 75 Ho 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do 1 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c Now 50c WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $ 1 35 Now $1 00 BLACK CASIIMERE. SAM'L STAR & CO. DENTSON, TEXAS. DRY G00D3JJ0NTINUED. GINGIIAMS. Former price 12 i-2c Now 10c do 16...

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

MAGEDY. HORRIBLE The Stat© Grange REV. W. G. VEAL. |?ailg fMxus. i. DENISON. SATURDAY DEC. 7. 1878. Read the great inducement! offered on •ar firtt pape. The Secretary of War reports the total strength of the enlisted men in the army as 24.766. News comes from Madrid that the Council of ministers has decided to • tpel from Spain all foreigners be- longing to the International Society. A Mrs. Wisian, wife of a German shoemaker, drowned herself in the river at San Marcos last Tuesday. No authentic reason is assigned for the rash act. The Dallas Evening Call has per- manently suspended. The material was sold Thursday by Major John Henry Brown, the owner, for the •um of $450. Sam Fife, a convict guard on a plantation near Hearne shot himself Tuesday evening accidentally. Fif- teen buck shot entered the leg below the knee. The leg was amputated. Three negroes, one man and two women, returning to Hearne from a party Sunday morning, were struck by a train while on Pin Oak bridge, three mil...

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