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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 December 1878

\ | Jc h j I il * H 4 / $( f A* 6 «\ i y * I K . • ¥"8, . I ■-* *p, • *s-rr Medioal. pj S. D, BERRY, M. l „ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Nelson House Block, Residence—On Gandy street, tour doors west of Burnet avenue. q-6tf Pawnbroker. R. N BROWN, PAWNBROKER & JEWELER. Watches and Jewelry Repaired. Hotels and Restaurants. ALAMO HOTEL, DENISON. TEXAS. No. 338 Main street, • ■ Try Yeidel's imported rum. 8tf STOCKMEN. 1 m TRADE MARK. THE OLD RELIABLE FISH BRAND are the only goods that will stick. Every coat warranted. None genuine without the above Trade Mark. MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas. 170 Market street, GALVESTON, TEXAS. 9 22-d6in Druggists. W. M. IIANNA, Wholesale and retail BDD RRlt U U GGO (iGO II sSSs TTT1 DKRUUO GO G II « T I) D HUH U U G G II BSSa T DDR R U U G GO « GO II 8 9 T DUD R R UU GGG GOG II BSSa T No. 112 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specially of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 December 1878

5W fflTf.; J'j.".1 i«n rrrer-' $he Jlaily Tlcws. "iSl^vitSOTv". Thursday dec. 12, 1878. Read the great inducements offered on our firBt page. Mr. M- C. Edwards is building n newl residence on his place just west of town. Ladies, go to Brown's Bazaar and see trie large new lot of Pottery, 12 10 at Theatrical Manager, E. B Brown, o Dallas, lias leased the Sherman opera house for the period of three years. ■—■■■ ♦- Remember voucan buy coal and wood atjthe Jblevator. Don't freeze. 12 4t Mr. Lingo returned from East Texas this week where he purchased a large stock ol lumber, which will soon reach here over the D. Si S. E. The services to be held by the Knights | Templars of Sherman, in memory of their first Captain General Sir II. T. Gait, will take place in Sherman Friday evening next, at 7 .30, in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. A number of Sir Knights in this city will attend . Mothers, don't forget to see the presents for your little ones, at Hanna's Drug stroe. 8tf An inteiestin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 December 1878

p rn—::: Imison flatla Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, December i3, 1878. No. 2 5o. >3 > Cy J' it I lm* r \T JU * (I Oli a M / 1+ /• ---v ir . Ji-!£ * J V feel ■ SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Slioes at Greatly Reduced Prices. jft. sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRE6S GOODS DEPARTMENT. all wool polonaise pat terns. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 japanese 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 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 colored gros grain silk. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do 1 50 do x 25 trimmino 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 Now $t 00 black cashmere. Former price $ S5 Now $ 65 do x 00 do 75 do 1 15 do 85 do 1 25 do 1 10 do 75 do 50 col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 December 1878

GODY'S LADY'S BOOK. MAIL ROUTE Read the great Inducements offered on our first page GREAT Genflemeftn's smoking sets, the finest in the city at Manna's Drug Hj-ortJ. 8tf 35&e Jfculg l|Uws. FltOM DENIBON. FRIDAY DEC*. 13. 8?3- Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. TRAINS. No. 1. St. I.ouis Express.. Chicago Kxpress.. Wny Freight Kxprcs* Freight... Ficijrht No, ii. Frciynt No. No. No. No. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No No St. Louis Express... Chicago Express... Way Freight. Express Freight.. 10. Freight la. Freight MISSOURI, KANSAS AND ariuvk. 12 .15 A. M. II :00 A. M. 9:30 P. M. 4:00 A. M. 5:55 *'• M- a .00 A. M. DEPART. 4 :oo A. M. 3:45 P. M. 4 :ao a. m. 3:55 *• M. 8:00 A. M. IJ.15 P. IV. TEXAS. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. | ARRIVE. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex.: 3:15 P. M. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Bx.fl 4 :oo A. m Stock Train .*| 2:15 p. m Through Freight....... | 8:15 A. M I DEPART. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex.(11 130 a. m. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 December 1878

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, December 14,1878 No. 25i. ■= fir.) Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. %: r4 'J/ [) ... , 1 *•, r — 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 JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former price $t 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 75 N<nv $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 CASIIMERE. 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. Former price $1 00 Now S5C BLACK ALPACA. Now $ do do do do 1 35 Oo 75 00 Former price $ 35 do 45 do 85 do 1 00 do 1 35 WORSTED PLAIDS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 December 1878

To Sufferers. ANOTHER ASS1 NATION. SPECIAL LOCALS. Site Bailg Hcius. DENI80N. SATURDAY DEC. 14,1S7S. Read the grer.t inducements offered on our first page. According to the will ot the late A. Godey, the Lailv's Rook is not to be sold, hut continued by his sons. The Waco Telephone has an ei^'ht column Washington hand press, and three hundred pounds of brevier for •ale cheap. Here is a chance for the man who aspires to run a newspaper. The New York Sun interviewed leading business men in every branch of trade in that city, and finds that the depression of the past is rapidly giving way, and that soon better times are anticipated. The cleik of Galveston county, in answer to Major Thos: Ochiltree's request that the poll lists and tally 6heets of the late election be opened to him, Ochiltree, to be used in the contest against Jordan for the Sher- iff's office, replied declining to com- ply with the request, unless under the direction ot the proper court having jurisdiction over such mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 December 1878

HP ... '• - ,. Medical. Hotels and Restaurants. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " I I S' BERRY* M ,J>■, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oflke in Nelson House Block, J. Rksidbmcu—On Gaudy street, four II doors went of Burnet avenue. Q-otf ALA.M0 HOTEL wantk,)-/v good man for VV every State and Territory in the Union ; a fair salary paid. Call or ad- dress La Helle Manly. Co., 91 Clark St , Chicago. 4W ♦ * *• A. r >v H+, r u Pawnbroker. N BROWN, PAWNBROKER & JEWELER. Watches and Jewelry Repaired. No. a*3 Main street, Try Yeidel's imported rum. 8tf STOCKMEN. DENISON, TEXAS 'mm . _ _ __ ,, „ iV\ - -A TRADE MARK. THE OLD RELIABLE FISH BRAND are the only goods that will stick. Every coat warranted. None genuine without the above Trade Mark. .MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas. 170 Market street, GALVESTON, TEXAS. 9 .22 06111 Druggists. W. M. IIANrVA, Wholesale and retail WADDILL& SC HMUCKEB PROPRIETORS. ' ^OSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT, P. SERVANTIE, Prop'r. | The'iabie always furnished with all I the delic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 December 1878

I $he Bnilij Kerns. DfiNISON. SATURDAY DEC. 14 '87s Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. TK A INK. St. l.ouls Express... Chicago B\prcss... W*y Freight Express Freight**** Freight No, it, Kreijfnt No. No. No, No. No No. 1. No. +. No. 6. No. S. No. 10. No, la. St. Louis Express... Chicago Express... Way Freight Express freight.... Freight Freight. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND AKKIVB. 12 .15 A. M. II :0U A. M. 9:30P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 5:55 p- M- i .00 A, M. DKl'AHT. 4 :oo A. M. 3:45 v. M. 4 .20 A. M. 3:55 '■ «. S:oo a. m. 11 a: 15 p. N. TEXAS. No. 1. No. j. No. 5. No. 7. No. . No. 4. No. 6. No. *. AKK1VK. 3:,5 "• 4:oo A. M 2U5 P. M 8:15 A. M DEPART. U:30 A. M. .{IllHJA. M. Stock Train I 4:00 P. M. Through Freight | 5:00 A. M. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. St. I-ouis, Kansas & Texas Ex { Slock Train Through Freight Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§ I DEPART. | ARRIVE. Accommodation^ | 6:00 a. m. | 11:is a.m X Daily ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

at . v '■ : A ■ • iprsi I * f: •; * ' > Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Sunday Morning. December i5, 1878. No. 252. SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Induced Prices. . JTX i ' > ft' 1 t II % y sam'l stab & co. DENISON, TEXAS., DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 its 10 00 do 7 50 JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD. Former prise $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 d® 2 25 do x 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do 1 50 do i 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. Fermer price $1 25 Now $1 00 BLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do do 1 15 • tlo do I 25 do 1 do 75 do COLORED CASHMERE. Former price $1 00 Now Sjc BLACK ALP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

A Life's Regret. Turning the leaves iu an idle way •Off a book that I was skimming the other ilay, I found a line at the end o( a song Which keeps on haunting me all day long -With itn B«veet and mournful melody, " O love, my love, had you loved but mo!" Sadder a burden eould never be Than •' love, my love, had you loved but me I" I don't iKtlieve In what poets have said 4M heart* that are broken and liven that are dead; Lives well ordered will stand to their course, And hearts of true metal ring little the worse, But tltey vibrato still to that melody, " O love, my love, had you loved but tno I" My lite is well; but what would It be, Kweot " love, my love, had you lovod but me#" The world rolls on, and the years roll by, Day dreams vanish and memorios die; But it surges up with a restless pain, That fond, lost longing ever again Ureaihud in the passionate melody, ■"O love, my love, had you loved but met" It might have been, but it can not bel Yet, "love, my love, had you loved but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

in " # * n IP of •e- n- 111 ns a 'lit ri- bo Dm or- im- the nd- ard on so vlly the inly BM, <.1 is r> , The Earthquake In Salvudor. Panama, Oct. '26.—At 6 o'olock in the evening of Oct. 2 a severe earth- quake was experienced in the village of Jucuapa and neighboring towns in the department of Usulatan, in the southern portion of the republic of Salvador. Nearly all the houses in Jucuapa were destroyed and many families buried in the ruins, particularly in the outskirts of the town, where the moans of escape were confined to narrow streets, and where the houses wore not so solidly constructed as in the center. Here the Plaza furnished security to the distress- ed people who wore trying to avoid the crumbling walls and falling roofs of their ruined dwellings. At last advices ten bodies had been recovered, and many more were supposed to be buried under the ruins, as some are missed by friends or relatives. The towns includ- ed in the disaster are Guadalupe, Nueva Guadalupe, Chin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

I rr-r*?L~r To SiifTorcrs SPECIAL LOCALS. " VECETIITE, HIE MODERN METUOD. Exports to Moxioo. I I mm ft m J'lte JDixiti) flcros. DENISON. SUNDAY DEC. 15.1S7S. From returns to the department of agriculture it is estimated that the aggregate wheat crop will be 42^,- 000,000 bushels. It is believed that the army reor- ganization bill will fail to pass this session. The bill is too long for consideration during the too months of the session remaining. Lieut. Tays, of the frontier battal- ion at El Paso, reports following the trail of a large body of Indians with horses and mules passing to Fort Stanton reservation from Texas, where they had secured their plun- der. Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, the won- derful land claimant, is before the Congressional Committee on private land claims, with * demand for over 70,000 acres of land in Louisiana which was granted to her gtandfath- er, Gen. Clark, and atterwards ap- propriated to the State, as alleged in her statement, > One of the notable featu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

m -«• •«*< ■ ilMMI rgmirr i i ~ MWniiirni mi £M - •** '■'<!-.< WMNifc ** r* v 4JK ^ i « r- • 4 e *> '<* * ♦P - J. ' ■( - ■ . ♦. . <* • • •' • '• 'K.' ■■t.'+H#-' . .'. .. 1- -9. -r-irr Medloal. J J S. D, BERRY, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Nelson House Block, Residence—On Gandy street, tour doors went of Burnet avenue. 9 6tf Hotels snd Restaurants. new advertisements. Pawnbroker. N BROWN, PAWNBROKER & JEWELER. Watches and Jewelry Repaired. No. 2x8 Main street, • < Try Yeidel's imported rum. 8tf STOCKMEN. ALAMO HOTEL, Wevery State and Territory in the Union; a fair salary paid. Call or ad- dress Lu Belle Manfg. Co., 91 Clark St, Chicago. 4w DENISON. TEXAS. iimm&amm QSg WADDILL& SC HMUCKER PROPRIETORS. TRADEMARK. THE OLD RELIABLE PISH BJSA.MB are the only goods that will stick. Everv coat warranted. None genuine without the above Trade Mark. MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas. 170 Market street, GALVESTON, TEXAS. 9 22 d6iri Druggists. W. M . IIA N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

lews. DKNISON . SUNDAY MORNING. GENERAL BREVITIES. London's now Lord Mayor is a livery stable keeper. In New York State 63,296 people live in log-cabins. Good locomotives are down to $7,000, from $24,000 throe years ago. Among fashionable New York ladies it is now considered elegant to - affect broken English. Ovid Pinney's will, just filed at St. Paul, Minn., leaves most of his estate of $200,000 to clothe and educate the or phans of Beaver County, Pa., where he lived for some time. The co-operative associations of Ger- many number 8,800, with more than a million members. Their capital stock, buildings, and other property, includ- ing cash, is estimated as about $40,- 000,000. John McCarthy, of the China Inland Mission, has probably performed the moet remarkable journey ever made through China. He left China at the close of 1876 and reached Bhamo in August, 1877, having traveled 3,000 miles. Wearing the Chinese" costume, he met with no difficulty. The Queen's "Masterof the Buck- ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

X r* A, v f , * • ®lic Hailn Slew's, bkNison. SUNDAY MOItNING. 4J*\| HEBE AND THERE. Miss Celeste Winans, of Baltimore, is said to bo the richest young lady in America. She inherited $20,000,000 from her father. Thk citizens of Truckee, Nov., have iorced the Chinese to leave the town and locate on the opposite side of the Truckee River. A party of Englishmen now in Den- ver are discussing the laying out of u 20,000-acre hunting park in Northern Colorado. Sib Henry Thompson, the English physician, now refuses to take any pa- tient who will not consent to become a teetotaler and take the pledge. Twelve Austrian officers have been selected to reorganize the Persian army. They have entered into an obligation to remain three years in the Persian serv- ice. The payment amounts to three times the amount received at home. The reorganization is to be analogous to that of the Austrian army. The Australian engineers have con- trived to protect the telegraph poles from the natives by a device w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 December 1878

$"ht JlKittJ Rictus. DENiSON. SUNDAY DEC. 15, 1878 Read the great inducements offered on oar first page. Don't skip over the "Day's Doings," you will find it interesting. Does pineapple cheese grow on bo- Tines? JU^ou want to see cowslips in winte r "drive old brindle out on the ice. The estimated increase in the earnings of the Texas Central road tor the first week in December is $24,000. Among recent arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. Jones, from New York. They are visiting their son, late street overseer. Sizes 12, 1, ti and 2, Misses' velveteen • * high cut boots, worth $3 50 only $1 50 at Sherburne's, I5tf Put on your skates. Griffin's pond on We6t Gandy street afforded good skating Saturday morning. It was visited by a number of young people who enjoyed themselves highly. Fire! Fire 11 All subscribers to the hose carriage for Denison Fire Comp ny are requestsd to meet on Monday evening at cotton office in Star Store. Don't fail. Remember a stitch in time saves nine. Mr. Lea, the propri...

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

Vol. VI. PI ■•Li :-:V" Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, December 17,1878. No. 253. THE LEADING 1 & CO., OF NORTH TEXAS, p;i >1 Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. — ' f * i •* f.i * , *. . SAM'L STAR & CO. DENISON, TEXAS. i / \l 1 f dress goods department. wool polonaise pat- terns. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 japanese silk patterns. Foriner price $7 90 Now $5 00 black gros grain silk, yd . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do 1 75 l CI: do , .3 00 do 2 50 colored gros grain silk. Former price $1 75 Now $i 50 do 1 5° 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 Now $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. Former price $1 00 Now Sjc black alpaca. Former price $ 35 Now $ do 45 d...

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

L: v The feeling ot the Democrats in Congress is adverse to Edmunds's electoral bill. It iu believed that the house of reprentatives will reject it. The Dallas Herald has learned "from a high and unquestioned source," that Governor Roberts ha* not yet appointed his Secretary of State, or tendered the office to any- one. 1 A Battle Creek (Mich.) woman warned liquor sellers not to sell in- toxicants to her husband, but they did it; and now she has had five of them arrested for not heeding her warning. The following from the Paris Ban- ner shows that the citizens of that enterprising little city are going to have ice water next summer: At the council meeting Monday night, exclusive privilege was grant- ed to the Paris Water Works and Artificial Ice company for five years, work to be commenced within thirty days and to be completed within six months. After a satisfactory and pleasant partnership of eight years, the firm of Gifford & Winter, publishers of the Texas Sun, has been diss...

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

mmmm, k. rc 4 it • fi' * 11' (vr< f. ■' '•! STOCEMEN. Hotels and Restaurants. ALAMO HOTEL, DENISON. TEXAS. TRADE MARK. THE OL1) RELIABLE BRAND are the only (roods that will stick. Every coat warranted. None genuine wilhout the above Trade Mark. MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas. 170 Market street, GALVE8TON, TEXAS. 9 22 d6i.i Druggists. W. M. HANNA, Wholesale and retail -- !>dd rkr u u ooo nao n KHst rm )prunuoaooitght d krr o (i a n it 8hbc t r> a R r u o o ao <i on n H i BdiT k r uu oao auo n hss8 t No. m Main street, DENISON, - . TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specialty of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES For Medicinal Purposes. Real Estate Agents. J 1 i'SX'Bl Wtti NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED-/V GOOD MAN FOR everv State and Territory in the Union; a fair salary paid. Call or ad dre«s La Belle Manl'g. Co., 91 Clark St , Chicago. 4W Jmfm Piflira mm: - iJfci I if WADDILL& SC HMUCKER PROPRIETORS. —feolfe lilwPt^SSB '* - ;...

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

I ' : V ' '"v2 ■ ■ i "JU- s. $he gailS H* DKNI80N? TUESDAY OEC. 17. "878 The D. & P. road bonsts the best road b^d of any road in the state. Sizes 12, 1, ii and 2, Misses' velveteen high cut boots, worth $3 50 only $1 <;o at Sherburne's, 15 tt' Don't fail to see "Lucretia Borgia" and the -'Fool of the Family" at Nolan's Hall to-night. Goldsoll's was thronged yesterday to see the grand display of jewelry. Buy your holiday presents at Wood - yard's. 17 The ground has been prepared for the erection of a dcpt at Pottsville. Woodyard hat more goods that are nice for the money for holiday presents than anybody. 17 Whitesboro, fifteen miles distant, is yisable from Pottsville. Mr. D. C. Br.) ant, of Sherman, .has erected a cottage at Pottsville. W. B. Boss returned from the north Suuday evening. He reports intensely cold weather and plenty of snow. Allen Pinkerton, the celebrated Chica- go detective, passed through the city Sunday. Ex County Attorney jCowles is back in Sherman. He h...

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