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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 May 1879

V A Ifttison VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, May 17, 1879. No. 64. FRESH GOODS WOOD & CO. THE DENISON GROCERS. TOBACCO, HAVE JUST JEtECEVED CHEESE, CORN MEAL, Ft0UR. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY. SOAP, SALT, BACON, HAMS, 6-7-tt TEAS, ALWAYS ON HAND, COFFEE, PICKLES, CRACKERS, CANNED GOODS, ETC., ETC i ' Scribner'sMonthy. Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical is noW MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than Any other American magazine. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred hud fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "IIAWORTH'S," a serial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero 5s a young inventor ol American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. II. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man w*>o Lost his N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 May 1879

iV'v':'*' w !~ $hc -Daily JUnvs- DKMISON. SATURDAY MAY 17, 1879- Senator Thurmond's Groat Speech Senator Thurmond made a pow- erful and telling speech in the Senate Wednesday: Concerning the right of trial by jury he asked was the de- mand to return to the old and well- trodden paths of justice and legal proceedure a matter to fire the Northern mind and set all the dema- gogues north of Mason and Dixon's line declaring against the designs of of the Democratic party? He analysed the laws proposed to he repealed and argued that they shut off intelligence from the/ jury box and punished those who could not take the iron-clad oath because they had given a cup of cold water even to any one who had op- posed the government. Speaking of the veto he said in his judgment there never was so inexcusable an exercise of the veto power as in the vetoes lately sent to them. It is the first time a President has vetoed an ap- propriation bill; it is the first time a bill has been vetoed because it r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 May 1879

/ I •lit ! w I }' •> i . li ill •' f ! • . $ ' '■ 'i i)l\ i/ti 14% Auction and Commifit ion. Ktial Estate. AUCTi0r?0USE, AR'C0~&C0" (_Op|>oMte Eupei't Confectionary .). BUYS ani> SELLS LAND AGENT, AND UKOKEIUi IN Second-Hand Furniture CUy Rcal FURNITURE & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. All consignments entrusted to him faith- lullv attended to. CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY. 4.>7" CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY BKTWBBV HOUSTON Fast Freight Lines, RUNNING BETWEEN TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. Pullman Palace Blcepinp Cars Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and intermediate points, without change. Special inducements to immigrants and people desiring to settle in the State, RATES OF PASSAGE AND FREIGHT ALWAYS LOW. GOING NORTH: No i St. Louis Express leaves Houston daily, except Sunday. 7 :3o A m No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex- press, leaves Houston dail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 May 1879

~~T3r •--•-— i';'"->l'1 '' ' •"•O.', - Sii •; •'. ■' rk «• %b< jjMIg DftItI ON. SATURDAY MAY 17, 1879. R. rOLH BURHANH, Clij Editor. ■ — "1 ■-* — Lcpkucben «J Pretzels at Gaisman'*. Waco has an archery club. Why can't Denison have one ? Hand-made shoes and slippers (kid and goat) just received at Donaldson & Cimpbell's ; cheap for cash. 13lf A good many people are predict- ing another long dry spell. Professor Harley, of the Tisho- mingo Academy, was in the city Friday. Special bargains in Lebermann & Co.'s. native wines at S 9 Prof. Wharton, of the Bloomfield academy, I. T., was in the city yesterday. Ladies, call and see the nobbiest Randal kid slippers in the city, just received at Donaldson St Campbell's. *3>'f Frank Devere, well know in sporting circles in early days, arrived in the city yesterday from Dallas. Haveyou tried it—the CORA FLOUR? a very choice article; for sale only at Wood & Co.'s. H.'i1 P. E. Fairbanks, Sedalia, Mo.; H. H. Henson and wife, Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

h 4 —t VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, Ma\ 18, 187c;. No. 65. THE FLAG STORE THE FIRE DEMON. F The large and Well-selected stock of F L Dress Goods, Notions and Hosiery L s f Gent's Furnishing Goods, Will be sold fully s T Destructive Conflagration at Mil- Lican. MtLLiCAN, May 15.--A lire oc- curred at 3 o'clock this morning in the dry goods store of S. Woodall, resulting in a total destruction of the house and stock. Loss estimated at $Sooo) insurance, $1800. Mrs. E. Kuttter's stock, $500; insurance, $400. Mikelborough, insured for $150, all consumed. Mrs. Mary Savage's stock and building, estimat- ed at $500, insurance, $200, all con- sumed ; F. W. Wells' stock and building, $3000, insured at $1800, abotU one-third of effects were soiled ) John McDonald, stock dam- aged about $tGoo, balance saved; T. J. Knox, building burned; was insured for $800. Tho fire was evi- dently the work of an incendiary. The parties were insured in the following companies, of E. L. Bridges' ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

SEP* 'i'hc gaily |\cxus- dentwon. SUNDAY., m- "MAY 18, 1S79. Deuison 61 Pacific Railway. SPECIAL LOCALS. nervous debility! Until further notice n train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sunday# ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. "m.. arriving in Whitesboro nt li o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. nr. hnd arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R S. Stevens, General Manager. H. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March u, 1879. The Russian authorities have de- manded immediate satisfaction for the exclusion of Russian traders lrom the Chinese frontier town ot Shikho. The Paris correspondent of the London Telegraph states that the marriage of King Alfonso will take place in October or November. Recreation. Recreation is indispensable to the mind. To those laboriously em- ployed, whether mentally or physi- cally, relaxation at suitable intervals, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

I. S Itf J ail ii jdctt'S. L.D <© CL>> DKNISO N . SUNDAY MORNING. CAKE OP THE HEALTH. Breath Gymnastics.—The art of breathing is, in the opinion of Cham- bers's Journal, too .nuoh overlooked. Though an act of nature, it can be in- fluenced by the will. Persons, there- fore, may be trained to breathe proper- ly, that is, to such breath'ng as will thoroughly oxygenate the blood. It has been suggested that there is rocrtn for what might be fitly termed breath gym- nastics—to draw in long and full breaths, filling the lungs full at evoiy inspiration, and to acquire the habit of full breathing at all times. This habit of full breathing has a direct effect in supplying the largest possible amount of oxygen to the blood, and m >ro thor- oughly consuming the carbon, and so producing animal heat. It has also the •very important effect of expanding the chest, and so contributing to the vigor of the system. The breath should be inhaled by the nostrils as well as by the mouth, more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

■HMi m Socialism in Europe. Within a few months assassination DKNISON. SUNDAY MOllNING. THE WIZARD EDISON. What He Han Aocoinplliihecl tu the KleoUic Light. Problem—ANew Patent Huff that Can Crawl and Or aw a Wire—The Meeret of the New KdUou Telephone—Chalk as A Transmitter of Sound. [Correspondence Indianapolto Journal.] New Yokk, April 29.—I have it from Edison himself, and from Edward H. Johnson, one of Edison's right-hand men, an educated gentleman and facile writer, and Presidentoi the Phonograph Company, that the success of Edison's electric light will not depend on any one patent. Ilia experience with previous inventions has snown that a multitude of patents is necessary for protection, the number varying from ton to fifty. The electric light will probably be oov- ered by not less than fifty patents. Therefore any conclusion based on his failure to get a particular patent applied for, is premature and misleading. His success in obtaining any one of these auxiliary patents is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

Agricultural aiul Mineral Resources. ¥ g Ian 1ms Ind ler* the }ny |ui- i of tal- Prof. S. Wutorhouso of Washington University coritributost to the opening number of the St. Louis Exporter and Importer, under the title of " Commer-j cial Suggestions," an interesting and valuable paper from which the follow- ing is an extract: What, on thoacontrary, is the indus- trial oonditiouof the United States P The cost of living has never been so low since 1800. Our agricultural resources aro almost illimitable. 'In 1878, the to-1 ADVICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS. Our I Order, Bystein and I0t1ici«?ncy. Either one of these topics furnUhc s I material enough for a book, much more for a little essay a hundred woids in length. Hut we wish to speak of them together, and especially of elliciency as a necessary resultant of order and sys- tem combined. Perhaps there is no one thing in! which housekeepers dill'er more than in the efficiency displayed by them, and shown by the amount of work actually J done in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

Baby. baby, ou my breaHt, O my little one, lsei> round 1 While tl o Te<l olond* warm tho west. And tho blight l«tixv«M light tho ground. Molh'. r'n love is round y«u hero; love, too, In close and near; YuU mid happy he thy rest, itabv, baby, on my bream 1 Baby, baby, at my knee, Lift your eyes up, lot thorn hIiow A11 tho dreamt) 1 can not see; Tulk and toll me, make mo know Ilow tho woild'H dim puzzles Huem To your houI'h pure waking droam. Bring your marbles all to me, llaby, baby, at uiy kuool Uaby, baby, at my tldo, Ah, your olieek just roaches mine, iio, time will not be denied; Glosay braids are smooth and Hue, And 1 road within your eyes Womanhood's fair mysteries. liaby, baby, at my side. Tall enough to be a bride I liaby, baby, far from mo, Lines of caro liavo crossed your brow, Little children climb your knee, Fill your heart and household now. "Mother" is my baby's name, "Vet to mo, she's still the eamo; Still tho child I rocked to rest As a baby on my breast I —Alar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

I Knots a/id Shoe#. Real Estate NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Saloons ! r w id 10 c- is 8- cd is, id 'i gj s Auction and Commissio'i. CAnn'9 AUCTION HOUSE, (Opposite Super's Confectionary.) BUVS and SELLS Second-Hand Furniture A. R.COLLINS & CO., GENERAL LAND AGENT anH firtokiiRS Ik FURNITURE & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. All consignments entrusted to him faith- tullv attended tb. CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY. W nv J, . j i;v1 CENTRAL llOUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS « CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. T\VO EXPRESS TRAINS EAC11 VAY bbtWkkx ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO HOUSTON & Fast Freight Lines, RUNNING BETWEEN JL'EXAS and ST. LOUlS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and Intermediate points, without change. Special inducements to immigrants and people desiring to settle in the State, RATES OF PASSAGE AND FREIGHT ALWAYS LOW. going north! No i St. Louis Express leaves Houston daily, except Sunday.7 :3q...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 May 1879

w. 1 SJht Ipailij ^jeius. DENIHON. SUNDAY MAY 18, iS7y. R. POLK BIJBHANSj City Editor. ■ Lepkuchen and Pretzels at Galsman's. Services at the African Methodist chbrch to-day at ji a. m. Love Feast at 3 p. m. and S p. m. Rev. H. Ellsworth, of Bonham, will con- i duct the services. Constable Nelms sports a new hat, a present from Jim Pryor. Fresh strawberries at Gaisthan & Co.'s I 11 tf figgs are only five ccnts a dozen in Missouri. Window glass at Guiteau 9t Waldron's Stf "The colored people of Denison, will cclebrate Emancipation day. - - in native Will the Board of Trade wake up the manufactory question? They are the parties to lead in the move- ment. Special bargains Lebermnnn & Co.'s. ines at 5 9 K. Murphy has about seventy-five hogs languishing in the city pound. The singing society of the Presby- terian church, at their pic-nic Fri- day last, drank twelve gallons of lemonade. McCarthy's clerk com- pounded the beverage. Ladies, Attention. If you wish to buv any gill or m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 May 1879

* f it 1 ' f < (i Yt u id rr .d he ic- r I i •s- el se. ne ts. L-. H latin ptBE VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, Ma\ ,20 1879. No. 60. THE FLAG STORE F The large and well-selected stock of F L Dress Goods, Notions and Hosiery L Gent's Furnishing Goods, Will be sold fully s T Fifty Per Cent. Lower Than Last Season, S T 0 B n JULIUS THE FLAG STORE Come and convince youi selves. 1 E hssb; ooods. WOOD & SO. THE DENISON GROCERS TOBACCO, HAVE JUST RECEVED CHEESE, CORN MEAL, FLOUR. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY. SOAP, SALT, BACON, HAMS, 6-7-tf TEAS, ALWAYS ON HAND, COFFEE, PICKLES, CRACKERS, CANNED GOODS, ETC., ETC ANNOUNCEMENTS. pop Mayor. to announce W. for mayor WE are authorized M. Pkck ns a candidate at the ensuing election. pop Assessor and Colloctor. WE are authorised to announce Titos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. P. Thompson as a candidate for city assessor and collector at the coming election. * WE a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 May 1879

% he Jlailij flews* IJENLSON. TUESDAY MAY 20, 1S70. Denison & Taoiflo Railway. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER CURBS. HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Until further notice h train w ill leave the U. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. in., arriving in Whitesboro t ii o'clock a m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison aj 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for Wiitet-boro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T- freight depot. R S. Stkvkns, General Manager. H. D. MiKK'k, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March ia, 1879. If the Republicans hail succeeded in electing Garfield speaker of the House of Representatives the whole power of the Federal government would have been in the hands of the "Buckeyes." Ilayes, President; Thurman, President of the Senate; VVaite Chief Trustee of the Supreme Court; Gen. Sherman, head of the army; John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, and Gen. Garfield Speaker. This delig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 May 1879

-T ,—— V k ,4 \ ? Auction and Commission. Heal Estate. ■niSmr^nnor A.R.COLLINS & CO,, /AUCTION HOUSE, — (Opposite Euper's Confectionary .) LAND AGENT. AND UltOKKRS IN 'MA BUYS and SELLS Second-Hand Furniture | City Real Iislate, FURNITURE & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. DENISON, TEXAS. All Consignments entrusted to hiin faith- fully attended to. CONSIGNED STOOKS RECEIVED DAILY. 4.17" CENTttAL KOUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. i t Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. two EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY ilktwkkn HOUSTON & ST. LOUIS 'AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, RUNNING BETWEEN TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and intermediate points, without change. Special inducement# to immigrants and people desiring to settle in the State, RATES OF PASSAGE AND FREIGHT ALWAYS LOW. GOING NORTH: No t St. Louis Express leaves Houston daily, except Sunday.7:30 a m No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex- pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 May 1879

* •' Vi' i • <1 5D?Txje JUulij Jlcuis. OK^ilMOlN. TUESDAY MAY io, 1879. R. PQLg BXJRHAN8, City Editor, ' . ■ —- Denison Hobo Company No. 1. The regular meeting of the above com- pany will take place this evening at 7 =30 o'clock. H. K. Nkkdham, Pres. J. W. Stkinkr, Sec'y. Asa Nicholas, baggage master on the M., K. & T., is lying very low at Parsons, Kansas, with spini 1 affection, lie will be taken to llot Springs in a day or so ilo. A chilil was horn something over a month ago to a woman residing on Woodard street. It only weighed two pounds; it died Thursday and wis buried Friday. Pitied Cherries, Dried California Pears, Allien dried Apples, " " Peaches, " " HabpberrieR, Dried Prunes, " Currents at Gaisman Sc Co.'* Lepkuchen and Pretzels at Gaisman's. Aleck Reddick and Bill Camp hell left for Hot Springs Monday, They will be absent about a month. We understand that there is a movement on foot to organize a col- ored Episcopal church in this city. Charley Baine, of Fort Wort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 May 1879

Oh. VII. rt—i"! THE W A It OYER. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, Mav zi, 1879. No. 67. rMilt II: hfir aa iSWfSSf^f1 W^TwBBf V) tbi i * r>inntS' .t o noJh -HH WT inrf inqqa VTHllt'l Jrtotati (.'« f'jui : ? r A 2 Off s Ql s The Ameer nnd His OeunoH Jteiuly id? Peace. i Great Wfrmiirfons ottliCf A«ift$r f 1 || w •' W 4 (j SimlA'I M J5 19- council has bee W t, ?IH A Tr? hM T«- vk® ,Te^11 council has been specially announced for to-day, tff fflSHilMP Wtlililif the Afghafei treaty. r<TW Aflieti" hn3 agreed to such terms the T Gent's Furnishing Goods, n'-iW liiir W.11 be sold fully K-J. Fifty Per Cent. Lower Than Last Season, .! «!waO nti'i «dl o nt :x •>" Come and convince youi selves. 8 E THE FLAG ,s*uosi ?:iai .10 ODS. WOOD & THE DENISON JiinaandaT j ,;v* **' HAVE JUST RECEVED TOBACCO, i lin* in* CHEESE, !*?«> iii CORN MEAL, FLOUR. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY. ALWAYS OH HAND, SOAP, „*•)«! itii SALT* 1 ntwaah B-7-tf TEAS, COFFEE, PICKLES, CRACKERS, CANNED GOOD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 May 1879

Jhe g;iiUj $cius. DENISON. WEDNESDAY MAY 21, iS79- Denison & Paciflo Railway. Until further notice\ train will It-are the W. K.il T. depot dully (Sundays ex- cepted) At 9 o'clock «. m., arriving in Whilesboro at 11 o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. m. and arrl « In DenUoa at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for W iite boro and all western points will be received at the M. K. Sl T. freight depot. R. S. Stkvens, General Manager- H. D. Mirick, General and Pas. Agt. Dk*ii Oh, Tkxss, March 1J, 1S79. Fit SPECIAL LOCALS. o THIS MILD POWER rr n B s HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. THE Houso and Sign Painters. Scientific American Kendall & Co, TMIHTY-rOORTH YKAll, Moat Popular Scientific Paper In theWorld Prof. Tice in hi* almanac says: "Age o£ the world (Mosaic) 5S73 ; by Geology anil reason, millions of ayes." Tiee is evidently too scien- tific for Mosaic history. A dispatch from Walla Walla fitates that Chief Moses claims only a portion of the Colville reservati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 May 1879

! >1 t l ft" " ■ M, ■ * th ■ 4 Auction and Commission. } CAHR'S f MJCTIONHOUSE, (.Opposite Euper's Confectionary .) BUYS and SELLS Second-Harid Furniture FURNITURE & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. * S ' ' IJ' • All consignments entrusted to him faith- fully attended to. CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY. t. l.ar. :?. .Y v • . . , CENTRAL ItOTJTK. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. 1-9 In a up *t'< Wttv Freight and Pnungtr Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH BKTWKKN VAY HOUSTON & 8T. LOUIS AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, 'iuoJ '.Jfc : . ,(tw running iietwettk TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. ' i — Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and intermediate points, without change. ) Special inducements to immigrants and people desiring to settle in the State, RATES OF PASSAGE and FREIGHT ALWAYS LOW. going north: N# i St. Louis Express lcares Houston daily, exceptSunday. 7:30 A m No 3 St. Louis and Chicago Ex- press, leaves...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 May 1879

$he Saihj flcxus. DENISoiv. WEDNESDAY MAY 21, 1879. R. POLK JBURHANS, City Editor. 11 m ~ Lepknchea and Pretzels at Galsman's. Window gluts at Guiteau A Waldron's 8tf Thanks to Snru Star for a late copy of the Hot Springs Sentinel. Dr. White returned from Fort Sill yesterday. All leading proprietary Guiteau Si Waldron's. medicines at 6tf The gun club are practicing every day. "Swartzy" says he has got thai "revolver" down to perfection. Sherburne')! 6hoes wear best and cneap- est. i8tf We are pleased to state that Mrs. Geo. S. Rowley, who has been seri- ously ill, is now convalescing. ■ ■ Fin* perfumes at Guiteau & Waldron's Stf * Calico hop to-night. Ladies, call and see the nobbiest sandal kid slippers in the city, just received at Donaldson & Campbell's. i3,tf The marshal's column in the Her- ald last night was too Kuehn a docu- ment to be original. At Wolf 's— 'iv: Imported Swiss Cheese. i6tt The calico hop is probably the last chance you will have of dancing this season...

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