ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Denison Daily News Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,771 items from Denison Daily News, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,771 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

— W.■ V ■ , « ; — wb ... «f ; .; : ■ ' ' i 3 - w Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. May 12. 1878. No. 6q. 4 a ... Livery Stables. J NO. C. SWAN, Proprietor of FEED, 8ALE, & EXCHANGE STABLE. [Formerly Parr's Stable.] Corner of Owings street and Austin Av. enue. %-y-im «T. M. PiLFlR.'S ■ ■ El rf - V \s '< lllP eclipse FEED, SALE AND LIVERY STA3IE, Corner Main street and Burnet avenue. The best turnouts in the city. Medical. j VEGETINE For Dropsy. ; Central Falls, 11. I., Oct. 19, 1877 • Dr.Stevens :— It is a pleasure to give mv testimony for your valuable medicine . 1 was sick for a : long time with Dropsy, under the doctor's I care. He said it was Water between the : Heart and Liver. I received 110 benefit ' until I commenced taking the Vegetine; in fact, I was growing worse. I have tried many remedies; they did not help me. Vegetine is the tnedicine for Dropsy . I be- gan to feel better after taking a fsw bot- tles. I have taken thirty bottles in all. I am perfectly wel...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

Walt. When the icy show Is deep, Ooverlug the froaen land, Do the little floweret* peep To be crushed by Winter's hand? No, they wait lor brighter days, Walt for bees and butterflies; Then their dainty heads they raise To tho sunny, sunny skies. When tho cruel north winds sigh, When 'tis cold with wind and rain, Do the birdies homeward fly Only to go back again? No, they wait for spilng to como, Wait for gladsome sun and showers; Then they souk their northern home, Seek Its leafy, fragrant bowers. Trustful as tho birds and flowers, Tho' our spring of Joy ue late, Tlio* wo long for brighter hours, We must ever learn to wait. —Dora Head Qoodale, in St. Nicholas for May. The Regular Season. Whack I Crack I Whack! 'TIs an old familiar sound; The parlor carpet, astride the fence, Is being beaten around. 0ra9li! Dash! Smash; From parlor and kitchen and hall; A yelp from Tommy, a yell from Joo 'Twas only a mirror—-that's all. Mop! Scrub! Wash! A painter on every hand; Hangers of papor in e...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

* k s. fl < *> Why He Wouldn't ITIurry Her. "Marry licr I by George! I would If it wasn't for her confounded uose." "NoseI 11a, ha! What's the matter with licr nose! Is It too short, too long, or crooked —which I You're too fastldloue, younif man. A woman muy be a charming wife and have any one of these deformities." " It isn't any of them, old fellow. The fact Is. 1 like Kitty—like to look at her and talk •with her—but any closer relationship I could not endure. Her nose is too o-d-o-r-o-u-s 1" Unfortunate Kitties should use Dr. Sage's Catarrh liemedy, the wonderful disinfecting properties of which instantly sweeten the breath, destroying all often five odor. To its mild, soothing, and healing cftects tho most Inveterate eases of catarrh promptly yield. Sold by druggists. Wimioft'b Fbvbh and Aoijb Tonic.—For nil diseases caused by malarial poisoning of the blood, a warranted cure. No poison, no arsenic, no mercury, no quinine; no bloated face or glaring eves, no bursting head...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

\ Ml The JOaily 3\cw*. l>El\7SON. SUNDAY MAY n 1878. The Mexioan Dollar. We see from our exchanges that the Mexican ilollai is now received 111 some of the banks of Texas, with ■'discount of 10 per centum. In San Antonio, where the Mexican silver abounds, owing to the large tritde of that city with Mexico, the banks re- ceive the Mexican dollar at 90 cents, the halt dollar at 45 cents and the qu titer at 20 cents. In Fort Worth a very large amount of Mexican silver was paid out by bankers and rnercnants for cotton at its face value, and now when those who received the same at par, wish to pay it out again, the very chaps who placed it in circulation refuse to receive it except at a discount, and the fanners and laborers it seems are at the mercy of these shvlocks and have to submit. In 1856 and until the war, Mexican silver brought a premium of from four to ten per cent., it being then worth even for smelting purposes its face value. It is true, that the Mexican silver coin- ed i...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

Medical. ir |le 1 y IU s'O Ik d Icr. AND 4 * OLD, TRIED, TRUE. TVxauu urn acquainted — erought t« t>#— with tl« woii4luriul Weill* of tlmt yroat Auurriosu Remedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOE MAN AND BEAST. Tlii« liniment v«rv naturally originated In A marl- ctli. W ifr* Ntihuv provide* in ln«r laboratory nweli surprising Hm Mi-.,.-a for tin* nislsdlMof hor ekil< drcii. lu lauio liu* hpntnliug foi- U& yearn, until now it vneiiricN th habitable glebe. Tlte }le&icmi Mu«ttt g Liniment in a toaUMe** remedy for all external nilmftiitmfman nu<l Toatoek ewnera and farmers it la lu valuable. A «lugl* bottle i fiou asvet a bsuifui life or re. tftorea tin* uaelulitsia of u.i c xdullont liorae, ox, mvr, or uhttcjp. It chiu* foot-rot. hoof-ail, hollow horn, grub, Kinow worm, should*!-rot. tiian;'«, thu bii«* and etiuga of poiiiououa uptllra ami liutMla, anil erery such draw back t* atoeic hrwding and bitali Hi v. It cure* every external trouble ot liorsea, audi as lamoti«M, ac...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

f ®k JPailn flnvs. DKNKSON. SUNDAY MORNING. PHON OURAPHIC PROBABILITIES. Ertlsou, the Inventor of the Phono(jraph, Tellit Some ot the Marvelous tii1 k That May lie Expected From that Instrument. In the current North American Re- view is an article by Thomas A. Edison, describing his curious and valuable in- vention, the talking phonograph. Of its utility, Mr. Edison says that the pos- sibilities are illimitable, and the proba- bilities are so numerous that he—though subject to the influence of familiar con- tact—is himself in a somewhat chaotic condition of mind as to where to draw the dividing line. In point ol fact, such line can not with safety be defined in ordinary inventions at so early a stage of their development. In the case of an invention of the nature and scope of the phonograph, it is practically impossi- ble to indicate it to-day, for to-morrow a trifle may extend it almost indefinitely. He then shows that '|p vibrating plate or disk is capable of receiving a com- plex...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

eitc fteilg jficu's. uknihon, SUNDAY MORNING. id ay ly- (so Pie jn id till in. sr, a M fho lle- }ny |in- ues rry |eal a Nlr. ris- (oz- to Post Ibut lieir Ian v |hat land pier or- fust- land lasu- Ithey lund land Ihim jper- lliem |iave rii<;y Icor- po to lilt it irpo- teel- is J very lurch llun- are l-auso Inate Id or Inder Id in Brash rs of I their rs are In: it fy'ng, estate fnly a |o bl- ind to l« k a siness I Rule. ■*> THE Git EAT INVENTOR. An Aft«rnoon in the Laboratory of Prof, 1 ho man A. JCdlHon—The Marvelouti In- ventor at Work—The Ureat Musical Tel- ephone. A New York Sun reporter who paid a visit to Edison, the phonograph man, says: The Professor was found in his large laboratory on the second lloor of his manufactory at Menlo Park, N. J. He was surrounded by jars of vitriol, strips of tin foil, vials of chemicals, smoking kerosene lamps, pieces of telephones, old clay pipes, odd looking electrical machines, copies of the great daily news- papers, mechanical etchings...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 May 1878

.'*• ' ,V* ' -N*/w 1 " i." ass afeSHfts " " .'!!!!.. "■" ' Si " £ VI SUNOAY ••«• •• Okw. . .may u, 1378. =j=z=-: Nine car loads of cattle from Houston, per 11. & T. C: R'y. Saturday night. They will be ship- ped to Chicago to-day. Go to J. J. Collins hoi; the bust. lor the marl lor cash. Mrs. Eliza Lanham, daughter of Governor Harris, of the Chickasaw Nation, died at Colbert's Station, n few days ago. Col. R. S. Stevens, late General Superintendent of the Hannibal and St. foe railroad, will probably arrive in this city to-day. ♦ i , • A large lot of the choicest candies just received at Rowley <Si Hallen- beck's City Bakery. There is a report in the city, and we "guess" it's true, that a horse was stolen from the vicinity of Den- airived ! isori a f w nights ago, and that nine men who are supposed to belong to some kind ol an anti-horse j thief society, having its existencejwi this county, followed the thief, (y*er- took him somewhere on Iron Ore Creek, and hung him upon the ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 May 1878

" TZ l ■¥ 4 :■ il •A Vl-i "% ♦ rj ■ 1 I V \ ■Li Vol. VI. Deten . Tuesday Morning. May 14, Texas, attEI Medical. O'Brien's in W| House Skeleton ALMOST A SENSATION. ""HID REGICIDE. Livery Stables. [NO. C. SWAN, Proprietor of FEED,SALE, & EXCHANGE STABLE. [Formerly Parr's Stable.] Corner of Owings street and Austin Av. enue. s-7-im J. M. PARR'S A%Wu!. ■ ■ ' .V: -•■•I ECLIPSE FEED, SALE AND LIVERY STABIE, Corner Main street and Burnet avenue. The best turnouts in the city. Special attention given to boarding stock. The onlv brick stable in the city, and the only placc wheie a night watchman is kept. 5-4. Excelsior livery feed and sale stable, « . ./ffllggiiVg-igfe.-* . E. G. CHILES, Proprietor. Nos. 301, 303; cor. West Main street and North Burnet avenue. DENISON. • - - TEXAS. .1 Stylish Carriages and neat Turnouts al- ways on hand for the use of patrons. K: Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guar- ) an teed. E. G. CHILES Keeps the only first class Hearse in the city. ^ Sept. 28.' ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 May 1878

« gailg JXcnia. DENIBON, TUESDAY MAY 14, 1878. Change of venue in the Roths- child murder case has been granted, and it will probably be taken to Cass county. This deters the trial until September. The Times Belgrade dispatch re ports Bosnia in a state of great agi- tation. The insurrection is spread- ing and the insurgents force all chris- tians to join them or burn their vil- lages. An attempt to establish a Presby- terian Church, North, at San Anton- io, has given rise to an animated dis- cussion of the merits of the respec- tive religious societies in the San Antonio papers. Bill Chandler claims to be indig- nant at the proposed investigation of the Florida frauds. He puts it thus: Republicans got the election, but the Democrats got the President, and why the devil bhould they make any fuss about it. Lang repeated his little speech in Decatur, one day last week, and a special to the Galveston News says while there he told friends privately he would be a candidate for Govern- or,...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 May 1878

Medioal. >h #1 v ,V and OLD, TRIED, id TRUE. TrxHim are acquainted — orou^lit tolm—with tl« Wow4l«rful uieriU of that great Atmirioau Uenieily, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. TfcU liniment rerr naturally origiiiat«d in Aiumi ca. wli«*r« JUtur* provjtivn in Iter i*Uoi'%tory aucti ftiirprUin# auti<lo>c* for tU<- MftllrfiH of b«r ckil. drcn. Ilk famo liu« b.***n uprcimliujc for 34 ywarM, until n«w it «neirc'i it tli* tiAbttabtft uIiiUm. Thu Mozican Mn*tang LiniiiU'iit T* MiatolilftR* rvm«Uy for all outrun I allinaiil* «f mail ami lic^Mot. To stock owners aud formers it in invaluable. A xiuglw brittle vfiun saves a hffman lifo or re* stores (ho usefulness of an rxcvllont horse, oi, i w, or itheup. "It curns foot-rot. hoof all, hollow horn, {rub. worm, sliwiilder-rot, ma;i^, thu bite* aad atiugs of poisonous reptilr* and insects, and ory audi drawback to sloe* breeding and bush lifo. It cures every oxUrual trouble of horses, such as liuneneis. scratches, swiunj,...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 May 1878

5Chc 30aily Hems. DENIHON^ TUESDAY MAY i+ '878. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TKXAS CENTRAL. TRAINS. No. 1, St. Louis Express.. No. 3. Chicago Express.. No. 5. Wny Freight No. 7. Express* Freight... No. a. St. Louis Express.. No. 4. Chicago Express.. No. 6. Way Freight...... No. 8. Kxpress Freight... i akkiye. JlJ .01 A. M. .; 11:00 a. m, . 9:30 p. M. , | 4:00 a. m. i dei'akt. . 4:20 A. M. . | 4:00 p. m. . | 4: as A. M . . i 4:05 p. m. MISSOUKI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. I. No. No. 5. No. 7. No. 1. No. 4. No. No. 8. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Kx. (:.v> P. M. St. I.ouis, Kansas & Texas Ex. f :oo A. m. RUNAWAY ACCIDENT. Visitors From Sherman Dumped out of their Carriages. THE FATAL CUP. Wanted to tfhtohango. Stock Train. Through Freight. :oo pi m. 8:15 A. M. I DEPART. Texas, Kan>;)s & Chicago Ex. 11:55 A- M* Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex. 12:^0 a. m. Stock Train ! 5:00 p. m. Through Freight 6:45 A.M. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. DEAMtT. I akrive. sloo a. m. i 1...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 May 1878

Vol. VI. Denison* Texas, Wednesday Morning, May i5, 1878. No. 71. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Y r\ ■l' I, r* ' W Dentistry. OWLF.S & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- ing, Denison, Texas. A. JONES, cor Main st and Aus « tin ave. Pawnbroker and Jeweler. liKOWN, No, enison, Texas. RN. BROWN, No. 228 Main street, . De Music Teacher. V)ROF. M. L. WERNER. Office with JL the Daily News. M A Boots and Shoes. II. SHERUURNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UHLIG. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. JL. NOT1IAF & CO., 213 Main • street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. JOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. JM. "HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, . Texas. Banks. Drovers & planters* bank, Denison, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. A M E Tobacconist. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, • Denison, Texas. E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Deni • son; Texas. Books and Stationery. H. BROWN, No. 114 Main street- • Denison, Texas. D. C ZINTGRAFF. P...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 May 1878

- Pawobroker and Jeweler Livery Stables. FARMING LANDS SPECIAL LOCALS. £hc BaiUi fletus. ~~ £>KNI«o£f, WEDNESDAY MAY 1.5. 1878. THE CASUS BELLI. Mexicans Collect a Forced Loan From a U. S. Command. Serious Trouble Anticipated. It was learned from a gentleman in Dallas, yesterday evening, who is in position to know, that there was an uprising of the Mexicans at \ cs- Tetta, in El Paso county. At last ac- counts they were crossing the Rio Grande in large numbers, and seri- ous trouble is anticipated. The of- ficer commanding the United States troops was forced tc pay eighty dol- lars per head for horses that had been stolen from their government. Serious trouble is hourly anticipa- ted. The above, heading and all, is ta- ken from the Dallas Herald of the j 14th inst. The whole seems rather sensational, and designed to keep up the uneasy feelings at precent exist- ing between t.ie two countries. There is a corps of men with head- quarters in Texas, who are trying to "work up" a war ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 May 1878

i (• V 1 iV^-4 * v Medical. AND OLD, TRIED, TD TRUE. Tujtann Aft acquainted -or ought t*> b«—with t>« wuiMiorful luerita of that groat Amociixui Humeri/, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tllli liniment very naturally originated in Ameri- ca. whtfiv Nature provlritt* hi ii«r liilmraiory khoIi •urpriMngantidokvi for Hie iiiAlactii** of Imr ckll Urcii. IU lama lim b t*M ending for 35 yetti'M, until liayr il imich <-'.<•« thai h hitahl« ghilw, Tliu Mtiiit'uit MiutaNg Liniiiii-iit ii HintuhhiHH lvrnvJv for nil external niiinwu! u <<r mini nuri l>ra«tt. Tom toe it owurrn n.iii fanner® it i« in vulimhln. A friuglu buttle ofieu Huven a h«umn iilo or re* Kioto* tlio nacfuln :.iA ot* an cxealionl horse*, ox, low, or fthuop. It cure* foot-rut. hoof-all, hollow horn, grub, uoiew-vrorni, nhouhhn-iot. mange, Hit* Uit«M fmd mUiji;* of polsouou* i cpLilm ami iu«c*ct . ami every uuch drawback t«* kIocic hrrvding unri IhihIi life. It ourvH every external trouble of li...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 May 1878

Engine No. 6, "A. D. Jajnes," ALEXANDER HOSISIO,4 M. D." brought to this city Tuesday at i :3c) p. m., a special containing the fol- lowing officers of the Missouri, Kan- sas & Tex.is railroad : Major Win. 1 Arrival and Departure of Trains. ; Bond,'Gem ral Manager, Mr. Abrnm $tSjpatlg Rcms. ' JDENISON. WEDNESDAY MAY 15, 187? I lie Sklppeth out Willi tho Money of His Friends. houston AND TEXAS CENTRAL. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. TRAINS. St. Louis Express Chicago UxprcuB Wny r Tttijjfht Express. Freight St. Louis Express Chicago Express Way Freight Express I' reitfht j akkivk. 1 J .01 A. M. ■11:00 A. M. I 9:30 P. M. I 4:00 A. M. I DEPART. I .J : JO A. M. 4:00 P. M. 4:35 A. M. ! 4:0s P- M« No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 1 No. : MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. I ARRIVE. , Chicago, Kansas & Texas Kx. ,1:301*. M. . St. Louis, Ktuuuu & Texas Ex., 4 :<«• A. M. , Slock Train j 1:00 P.M. Through Freight I S:i5 A. M. I DKI'ABT, . Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. 11:5s A. M. , Texas, Ka...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 May 1878

p i<rtni r"' Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, May 16, 1878. No. 72. ; i I ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY^ Dentistry. QOWLES & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- O ing, Denison, Texas. WA. JONES, cor Main st and Aus « tin ave. M A. Boots and Shoes. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer , and dealer, Main street. UHLIG- Austin Ave., bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. L. NOTHAF & CO., 213 Main street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. roTiN H. LLOYXi, nfl.i .ioor tr Sheed- I er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. [ M. IIILL, 310 Main street, Denison, I • Texas. Banks. Drovers & planters' bank, Denison, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. Tobacconist. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, • Denison, Texas. JE. MASON. 219 Main Street. Deni • son, Texas. Books and Stationery. H. BROWN, No. 114 Main street- Denison, Texas. D. C ZINTGRAFF, Postoffice Build- ing, Denison, Texas. A M E Livery Stables JACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. Excelsior stable. Cor...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 May 1878

WWf' . I 'H ; iKisi" Pawobroker and Jeweler Railroads. FARMING LANDS SPECIAL LOCALS. be Jhuhj Sews. DENISON, THURSDAY MAY 16, 1878. Notioe. For Sale by H. K. Neodham, Den lson. Foreign. The latest specials show no ma- terial change in the eastern situation. It is evident that both Russia anil j England have seriously counted the costs of war, and are in a better hu- mor to avoid it by reasonable con- cessions than seemed to be the case a lew weeks back. Still peace is by no means an assured fact, and many moves in diplomacy yet remain to be made before it will be ascertained whether the threatened strife can be avoided. A special from Constantinople to the Times says that the arrangement concerning the fortresses has failed, in consequence of the St. Petersburg government disaproving General Todleben's projected retreat to Adri- anople. The position of Sadyk pasha, president of the Turkish cabinet council, is consequently re-establish- ed. Military critics assert that in case of war...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 May 1878

4 491 I * 1 > « ✓ ; . -■> AND OLD, TRIED, rs TRUE. Texmt* ar« acquainted— or ouglit U>b«— witli Hi! womlorful u*«riH of that {p-oat Anicx-ioiui JUmetiy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Thlt liniment ▼•ry naturally originate! lit Aiaeri. oft. wlierw Mature provUlue lu liar laboratory nucli ourpriAlng antidotes for tUo tnaladiuf of liet cWll. druii. Its faino lias keen spreading for 3S .yearn, until now it eueirolos the U&bllaUla gli*W«. Tho Mexican Mustaug Muiiucnt 1« a Niatuhloss rwnudy for all external allmontsof man aud hrant. To stock owner# au«l far men It Is In valuable. A single hot tin efieu saros a hrtnuu life or ro- Niorcs tho usetulueM of iu excellont horse, ox., «ow, or shoop. It cur«4 foot-rot. hoof-all, hollow, horn, grub, A crow -worm, shouhlor*rot, mange, the bites and atlugs of pnUonous reptile* ami lusecta, and every Much drawback to stoeic breeding and bush life. It ourvs every external trouble of hornne, such nfi lamttuess, scratches, swl...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 May 1878

llftlpi; ' • --w ilg Hems. DENIHON, THURSDAY MAY 16 1878. Gaisman & (£0. have Luhipin yeast Mr. Brite, the introducer of the Murphy movement in Texas, is at Bonham. Best five cent cigars in the city at Yeidel's sample room. A car load of fiour was shipped to Houston Wednesday by the Lone Star Mills. —— ♦ —- Gaisman & Co. have tresh cracked wheat. 5_I4 ^ ■ 4 A Mexican dollar is worth only ninety cents in Sherman. The Sherman bankers did it. Choice oranges, lemons and ba- nanas, at Rowley & Hallenbeck's City Bakery. The first car load of wheat of this year's crop passed over the M., K. & T. road to St. Louis Wednesday. It was shipped from Dallas. Ladies, Attention! A Dastardly Aot. Tuesday evening as a little girl living on Morton street was return- ing home with a basket of groceries on her arm, she was accosted by a man who offered to carry the basket for her, to which she willingly con- sented. When on Gaudy street, however, the villain fan off with the basket, leav...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x