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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

®hc ilailn jdncs. DKNISON. SUNDAY MOHNING. W> r I V FOlt THE YOUNG FOLKS. TUB THBEK WISE WOMKN. Three wise women wore they, wero they, Who went to walk on a winter clay. One carried a banket, to hold some berries; One carried a ladder, to climb tor cherries; The third, and she was the wisest one, Carried a fan to keep att the sun I *' Dear, dear!" said one. "A boar I see! I think we'd better all climb a tree I" Hut (hern wasn't a tree for mjles around. Tift)/ wetof too' frightened to stay on the ground; So tl|«y climbed their ladder up to the top, And «at there screaming, " We'll drop! we'll _ drop I" iwji-M luitiwi. ."i But the wind was strong as the wind eould be, And blew their ladder right out to sea t So the three wise women were all afloat In a leaky ladder Instead of a boat! And every time the waves rolled in, Of $ou^t« f.l>o poor things wero. wet to tho ' skin. ,< i / is Then they took their basket, the water to bail; They put up their fan to make a sail j But what ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

%\\c Daily JHcuts. DKtMHON. SUNDAY .....JUNE 16,1878. VVliat is the matter with the Se- dalin Bazoo? We haven't heard the toot of its musical horn down here lor several days. As the season of early vegetables is well over, Father Downs can give more attention to the cultivation of the gubernatorial "crap" he is try- ing to raise this season in Texas. The Republican organs and ora- tors declare that a revolution will be the result if the Democracy secure a majority in the lower House of congress this fall, as the next sen- ate will be Democratic. It will be a revolution, indeed, and one which will be very acceptable to the coun- try—a revolution in favor of honesty and good government. The Montaigue North West has the name of Judge Hare at the head of its editorial columns for congress, while the county convention has in- structed for Piner. What is the North West going to do about it? Vox populi vox Dei, brother, and the voice of the people of this con- gressional district is lor Pi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

imaHMfomwii.'i] Medical. V \i « * 4 % *' 1 t * 1 #* * * ♦V <!> 1V ()< vy <d OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE. Tf xaim r« *n<|U*lntrit—orntijrht UIhi—with t)« woiMiorful merit* of tli t great Auierieau Remedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. TfcU liiilmofit vary naturally originated in Atu«ri> «a. wlirrp Nature provide* in li«r laboratory mmcIi aurprihing a«iti<lo)M« for tl«« nialailiww of hor «.MI dr* w. Hit fanit* Iim« bern «pi'ft<Iiug for M juaia, until uaw it •iidiroloN tl - lialiitaUla gl* U*r. Tlio Mvkiran Muntang hiiiiiuvut T a iiiat«tkloaa remedy for all «xUt u*l ailinaul *u( man ami baant. To mork owin*r« ami fai iimr It U iiiVftlmtlil*. A feiuglt* liottln ofion Hawti a livumu lifn or ro> More* tli« KMomlnrria of an extelleiit luirau, o*. MH. or liei«p. It rurvM foot-rot. lioof-all. liollow horn, gTMli mih* worm, Mlioiildfi'lot, mang«, tliu l*it«« aad auuga of poiNonoHrt i<>ptll n ami iiupctii. ami every •iieh ilrawhavk to atoua hr««xling am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

Man's Future Hope. [It ha* been thought that there may bo a place tor some expression, such as the fol- lowing h jinn endeavors to embody, of the prospect of another world, more hopeful than the touching address of Kmperor Had- rian to his soul, less vague and material than l'opo's graceful version of It In his well known lines, " Vital spark of heavenly name."] 0 frail spirit—vital spark, Trembling, tolling, rising, sinking, Flickering bright mid shadows dark, Spring of feeling, acting, thinking, Contra! flamo of smiles and tears, Boundless hopes and wasting fears, Whither will you wend thy way, When we close this mortal day? Shall the course of uarthly joyst Still repeat their rounds forever, Feasts and songs, and forms and toys, Endless throbs of this life's fever? Or, beyond those weary woos, Shall wo find a deep repose, And, like dove that seeks her nest, Floe away and be at rest? Dimly, through those shades unknown, Gleams the fate that shall befall ua; Faintly, entering there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

T Marriage of Gen. Fremont's Son. Diary of a Paris Expositioner.j Body-Snatching. i n i >r )0 id )d h >o [is n- in so K lIS ♦ -a' t " Miss Grundy" writes from Wash- ington to the Graphic : The wedding in Now York, about ten days ago, of Ensign Fremont, United • States Navy, and Miss Sallie Anderson, of this city, daughter of Colonel Adna1 Anderson, United States Army, has been much discussed here, as the young peo- ple anticipated the date for their mar- riage, which was fixed for the autumn, without taking any one into their coun- sel until they were married. They are both of age, and their love affair, to which both have been constant for four years, was long ago sanctioned by their respective parents, so they had a perfect right to choose their own way of being married. The young officer is attached to the Powhatan and was in Now York, whither his fiancee wont with her moth or, intending to sail for Europe to spend the summer, instead of which she agreed to her lover's requ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 June 1878

'wM; !!;• p3i - NE i6. 1878. -£• v::r..-_r Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTKAL. No. 1, No. j. No. e. No. 7. No. t. No, no, 4, No. 6. No. 8. TRAIN'S. St. Louis JKxprews... Chiciivu Rxprcs#... W*y -Freight Kxprcsj. Freight.... St. Louis Kiprcss... Chicago Express,.. Way Freight. akh1vk. Id .01 A.M. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 i\ m, 4 :oo a. m. depart. 4 :jo a. m. 4.00 p. M. 4 125 a. m, 4:0S P. M. Express l<rcij ht... MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. | ARHIVK. No. 1. Chicago, Kanem.n A Texas ICx. 3:30 p.m. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas A Texas Ex.; 4:00 a. m. No. 5. Stock Train 1:00P.M. No. 7. Through Knight..., | 8:45 a. m# I DEPART. No. a. Tu\a*, Kansas Jt Chicago Ex. 11:55 a. m. No. 4. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Kx . ,u :3b a. m. No. 6. Stock Train i 5:00 p. m. No. S. Through Fryi>*ht.,..iT| | 5:30 a. M. DENtSON & SOUTHEASTERN. Accommodation depart. 1 8:00 a. m. Municipal Officers. ahh1ve. 12:30 l'.M. 1(. M. GIUTRBS Mayor W. D. KllfK President of Council WILLIAM HAKUWICK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 June 1878

t lenison Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, June 18, 1878. i'ued. campiikll. NEW GOODS! CIIAS. LEASE. NEW HOUSE! -BUT TIIE- alex. w. aciiksov. NEW PRICES! SAME OLD RELIABLE MEN, -AT- il * * ir- P I 3. Acheson's Drag Store! 235 WEST MAIN STREET, denison, - - texas. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OILS, PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, DRUGS, MED- icines, Mediscinal Liquors, Dye- Stuffs, Glass-Ware, Etc., Etc. Ail at Prices Astonishingly Low! Machinist will find it ;o their advantage to buy Lubri- cating Oils here, both 011 account of Quality and Price. 3NTO w 3PT TT3? YOUR PEE SERVES AND JELLIES WHILE FRUITS ARE PLENTIFUL. GAISMAN & CO. Cooper's Gelatine Have all the Requisites. * All Grades of Sugar I Pure Spices of all Kinds AND Met 42 OTfc 'C* "O.TH-f. TV-ras.-fc 3Twhxro THE BEST IN THE AVOKLD. C3-_A_IS3VH .A-IST &d GO. Have also the best Assortment of CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES IN NORTHERN TEXAS. And Manage to Keep Prices BELOW ALL COMPETITION! chicago, BURLINGTON ai QUINCY ltAILUOAD. Passe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 June 1878

The 0aihj ilcuis. DENISON, TUESDAY -...JUNE xS, 1878. Oregon Democratic—"Dinna Yo Hoar the Slogan P" What heart loving high courage and chivalrous deeds has not been thrilled with a purer patriotism and a nobler ambition, after listening to the story of the seige and relief of Lucknow? Even now the remem- brance ot it sends the warm blood flashing through the veins like elec- tric sparks shot along the wires from a strong battery, and the heart beiits, and the pulses quicken, and the spirit bounds, as the car seems to catch the first notes from the.bag- pipes of the Highlanders, that an- nounced the coming deliverance to the beleaguered city. And as welcome as were the inspiring notes from the Scotch pipes to that fam- ished and exhausted English garri- sons—and they announced deliver- ance from captivity and death—they were not welcomed with a gi eater joy than that which now thrills the heart and inspires the hope of every American patriot, as the ear catches the clarion jiotes fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 June 1878

- i i ■? *) **• Medical. OLD, I TRIED, L and 5* TRUE. Mitt Tpxaus Ar*ani|tialntci1*'oroii^lit wlli tU *oi 4«rrtiI luonU uf tliat great A merit au Kciucdy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. TliUUnimtnt.vory natural) yorliciiiaUd In Amor). OA. wlirra Haturt providm in In r litWoriUory nmcIi •urprintng antidot** for tin* iimlndiiru of fa*r cMl- dr«*n. ItM fAMin Iian br n npruft'liiig fur 35 y* i r i, until u w it oneirclttH the liftbltabitf ultij*. Tito Mmi ::in MiuUn* Mnliumt l« u niiitrthloas rvwody for nil oxUniM &NmaitU*r man and hooufc. Tnatork «m'n w.id format a it it itivuhtHhlo. A aiuglii liottlo oflvn navoa a jikimwi lifo 9r.n1- froros th« iMef>ilh**o® of hu rxaolletlt lioraft, ox, *torus t he it*«fulii*M of au IMUdi, M«re '-worm, ftliouhler-rot, n IrnlWw horn, gmti, - ... ainnn«, ilis bitfi ana *Uuk« of fioiiuMionn rcpilUaaml iilanofn, mid evory i> •ut'h (IrawliiM'k to moon hrwlitttf mad Intuit lifo. , li om«a<ir«r)-osUrnal tiiiiiWlo of lioram^aiifh aa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 June 1878

BHPH ■ uamtm 4 SPhc Daily JTkros. DIflNIHON, TUESDAY JUNE 18. 1S78. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TKXAS CENTRAL. "■ 3- .0. 5. •HO, 7. No. 2, No. 4. No. n. No. 3. TRAINS. St. Louis Express,....... Chicago Express........ Way Freight Express Freight St. Louis Express........ Chicago Express Way Freight I ARRIVE 1J.01 A. M li:00 A. Mj 9:30 1\ M. I 4:00 A. M. I DEPART. 4:20 A. M. J 4:00 P. M. I 4.25 A. M. I 4 OS P. M. :\2 Express Freight.. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas Texas Ex. No. 3. St. Louis, Knnsus «lt Texas Ex. \To. 5. Stock Train No. 7. Through Freight.. 3. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Kx. |i2130 A. M. ARR1VB. 3-30 P. M. 4 roo A. M. i :oo P. M. 8:4S A. M. DEPART. Ii:S5 A M 4t w. <0. 0. Stock Train 5:00 p. m. io. S. Through Freight | 5:30 A.M. DEN I SON & SOUTHEASTERN. Accommodation DEPART. | 8:00 A. M. I ARRIVE. 12:30 P.M. From, and after Jane 17th, 1878, until further notice, mixed trains upon the Den- ison Divi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 June 1878

Z.CL&.Z mm ! i ■*' Pailu T " * * y Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednsday Morning. June 19. 1878. No. gg. t > \ T X s FllttD. CAMl'HEI-L. - ■ • r ' j CHAS. I.EASI5. ai.ex. w. acheson* NEW GOODS! NEW HOUSE! NEW PRICES! ti/I _ ■ ; -^BUT THE HAME OLD RELIABLE MEN, 0 It SiM [V ( 1 VI r.4 <" Acheson's Drug Stord! 225 WEST MAIN STREET, DENISON, - - TEXAS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OILS, PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, DRUGS, MED- icines, Mediscinal Liquors, Dye- Stuffs, Glass-Ware, Etc., Etc. All at Prices Astonishingly Low! Machinist will find it 30 their advantage to buy Lubri- cating Oils here, both 011 account of Quality and Price. 1XTOW TJ2=* YOUR PRESERVES AND JELLIES WHILE FRUITS ARE PLENTIFUL. GAISMAN & CO. Medical. VEGETINE For Dropsy. Central Falls, R. IOct. 19, 1877. Dr . Stevens It is a pleasure to ^ivc my testimony for your valuable medicine. 1 was sick for a long time with Dropsy, under the doctor's care. He said it was Water between the Heart and Liver. I received no benefit until...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 June 1878

$fec JJaitij $ cujs. DENISON, WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 1S7S. Don't forget the Democratic pri- maries on Saturday. Hon. J. J. Groos, Commissioner of the Land Office, died at Austin last Saturday evening. The Austin Gazette, one of the staunchest supporters of Governor Hubbard, has come out for Throck- morton. " Straws." The Bonham News is of the opin- ion that if the fwo-thirds rule is abol- ished by the State Convention, Throckmorton will be nominated on sccond or third ballot. We publish this morning the plat- form of the Indiana Democracy, and we don't believe we need make any apology for it. It's good Democrat- ic reading. Gen. Noyes, United States Minis- ter to France, arrived in New York. Sundaynight and immediately left for Washington. He was summoned by the Potter Committee. The works of the Co-operative Foundry Association on of Cincinna- ti burned this morning; loss on build- ing and contents, $55,000 j insurance on both, $23,000. A serious fight occurred between the white and co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 June 1878

N* II oV A, v L i J Medical. OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE. f*" TVi*ii *reftnqnnlnted~.<irnii|flit tab*— with t1« •nwlerful merits of thkt glut A merit mi Rimieily, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR KAN AND BEAST. Tltit liniment Tory naturally orl glnnU'l in Amftrl> ra. wIim h Nattira ) rovi<l«« in li r laWorator,? amcii •mprtsinjc anllriottttt for tU* aialadietf of Iwr cW!« du n. Its famt* iiuh « n wprw*min>c for 'Ji yuam, until uaw it «ii«trt*lti8 tltc habitabla gloUit. Tin* MoxUran Mustang Liniment Is u mntftlilnaa remedy lor *11 oxtvrnal uilnimitanf man and Imast. To stock owners ami /arniart it is invaluable. A siugla hot Ha ofiwu suvos A hvtiian Ufa or r«* rfnrok tiio usoHilncns or an exoolleut liorae, ox, tow, or sheop. It foot-rot, hoof-ail, hollow horn, grub, aorow worm, ili^uldMrnit, auauga, ti.o bitns and mliUKS of poisonons roptilos aad insncts, aud every aur.ii drawback to stock bresding and busk life, ll antes orery eitm nal trouWIe of horses, such as lameness, scratch*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 June 1878

The jDaihj Tic in 5. DENISON. v WEDNESDAY JUNE ny, 1S7S. r 1 ■ ■ 1 Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TKXAS CENTRAL. No. 3. No. s. No. 7. trains. St. LouIh Express.. Chicago Express.. W*y Frui^ht Express Krright... No. 3. St. Louis Express.. No. d, Chicago Express.. No. 0. Way Freight. . No. 8. Express !• reight... arkive. Ii .01 A. M. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 V. m. 4:00 a. m. depart. 4:20 a. m. 4 :00 p. m. 4 : S A- M. 4:05 p. m. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. arrive. 3:30 P. M. 4 .00 a. m. 1 oo p« m. 8:45 a. m. DEPART. 11.55 a. m. ia:3d at m. 5.'0o p. m. 5:30 a. m. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas A Tex us Ex. No. 5. Stock Train No. 7. Through Freight No. 2. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex. No. 4. Texas, Kansas &St. Louis Ex. No. 6. Slock Train No. S. Through Freight Accommodation DEPART. I ARRIVE. 8:00 a. M. I 13:30 P.M. Municipal Officers. u. m. grubbs. W. P. KillK.mi Mayor President of Council WILLIAM IIAKDWICK Marshal A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 June 1878

' ..J Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. June 20, 1878. No. 101. — L CASPER BROS. AT THE FLAG STOSiS STILL AWAY AHEAD. V m t MEAT REDICTION Ev'rythingM arkedDown? Plain Figures Look at Our Extreme Low Prices: Standard prints, 5c. per yard. Japanese folding fans, from 5c. up. " Bleached muslin, 7c. per yard. Parasols, frcm 15c. up " UnbPed muslins 6c. per ya d, Silk parasols, from 1 50 up. " Cheviots, 12 I-2c. per yard. Ladies silk scarfs, from 25c. up. Plain dress linen, 20c. per yard. Damask towels, from 20c. up. Kn'kcrb'ker dress lin* 20c. per yard. Corsets, from 40c. up. All g'd's dress P'pPns, 20c. per#yard. Lisle thread gloves, from 20c. up. Brocaded dress P'pPn#,25c. per yard. Linen handkerchiefs,from 15c. up* 4-4 Percale, 10c. per yard. Silk '* from 50c. up. Linen embroidery from 10c. up. Hamburg edging, from 5c. up. Pique and Marsailes, 8c. per yard. GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING. Call and convince yourselves. KUED. CAMPBELL. CHAS. LEASE. ALEX. W. ACHESON. NEW GOODS! NE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 June 1878

|ptje .Daily IXcuv*. DKNISON^ . A: THURSDAY JUNE 20, iSyS • • -~= i>'' jS w- So far as counties have instructed the gubernatorial slate rdtuls:' Throckmorton, 1131-2; Hubbard, 83 1-3 ; Lang, 76. Reliable data thus far put the wheat cYop of 1S7S at 400,000,000 bushels. The largest, we believe, ever produced in any one year. On Monday the senate agreed to the amendment increasing the appro- priation for the St Louis Custom- house, from $300,000 to $400,000, and St. Louis custom-house syndi- cate is happy. Matt Carpenter, who it will be remembered, was one of the Demo- cratic counsel before the electoral commission, expresses the opinion that no legal case can be made against the :vote of Louisiana, be- cause of the discovery that one set of the certificates were not genuine. According to a statement publish- ed in the Galveston News of the 14th inst., the Democratic State Convention, to assemble at Austin July 17th, will be composed of 1,507 delegates, based on a representation of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 June 1878

■■■ ' Medical. " OLD, TRIED, AND * TRUE. t 7 K> }' \ t* f e fe e, !• Y h! n. |l h !* Teiau* nrr Arnualntrd —or might tot*- wilt t1« woi*dorful tuerllnof that great Ammeau Homed/, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tills liniment very naturally originated la Ameri. ca. where Nature provides in her laboratory smcii eurpriKing ;iritulo r« for the maladlew of her rWil «Jr«o. Its fooie has been Hprrstluif; for 'V* yeais, until now it tneirclfM tho hnhltnhle ulobu. The Meiituu Mustang liinliurnt Ts a matuhless rvmoily for all external nilmiuUof nwm and htast. To stork owners a.id farniors it is invaluable. A single boftlo eheu saves a liMtnan llfo or re- etorew the usefUlneHS of au e.\aelleut horse, ok.( •nw, or sho j>. It rures foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow horn, grub, eerew worm, shoulder-rot, mange, the hitos and etings of poisonous roptiles and iusncts, and every ouch drawback to stoeic breeding and bush llfo. It cures every extrruul trouble el horses, sueli as lanirneNs,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 June 1878

The Daily Ilcws. DBNlioN; THURSDAY ....... 1UNE 20 1S78. The heaviest cattle man in Texas would rather have his friends hold their cattle at home on good grass, than to force them on a had market to he ruined. (Shake.) Silver Dollars, Henry Clay, Infant Wonder, Babies, Champion, Nor Plus Ultra, etc., only 5 cents u piece, at Louis Lebrecht's. Carboline Magnolia Cream, and all other popular preparations for the hair, at Guiteau & Waldron's. Col. E. G. Chiles has had ft new floor placed in his livery stable, and what is better stilly the sidewalk in front of his stable has been rccon- stoucted. He squirmed up street in apparevj; agony as far as Ache ion's drug store where he bought a corn plaster and then went on his way rejoicing. ♦ You can get a nice hoop for mos- quito bars at Brown's Bazaar for ic cuts. Several wagons with immigrants from Missouri passed through the city Wednesday, en route for their new homes in Cleburne county. Pure wines and liquors, for medi- cal purposes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 June 1878

V Vol. VI. DeniSon, Texas, Friday Morning. June AT THE FLAG 4i STILL AWAY AHEAD. 9M Ev'rything Marked Down t Plain Figures Look at Our-Extreme Low Prices: Standard prints, lileachcd muslin, 7c. per yard. " Unbred muslins 6c. per yard, " Cheviots, 12 i-2c. per yard. Plain dress linen, 20c. per yard. Kn'kerb'ker dress liti' 20c. per yard. Allg'd's dress P'pl'ns, 20c. perjyard. lirocadctl dress P'pl'ns,25c. per yard. 4-4 Percale, 10c. per yard. Linen embroidery from 10c. up. Pique and Marsailcs, Sc. per yard. 5c. per yard. Japanese folding fans, from 5c. up. Parasols, from 15c. up Silk parasols, from 1 50 up. Ladies silk scarfs, from 25c. up. Damask towels, from 20c. up. Corsets, from 40c. up. Lisle thread gloves, from 20c. up. Linen handkerchiefs,from 15c. up- Silk •' from 50c. up. Hamburg edging, from 5c. up. KltKD. CAMPBELL. CIIAS. LEASE. NEW GOODS! NEW HOUSE! -BUT TIIE- NEW PRIGES! SAME OL1) RELIABLE MEN AT- • 225 WEST DENISON, a MAIN STREET, 1 JLi Have nil the Requisite#. Cooper's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 June 1878

I'hc Dai hi llcurs. DKINISON. FRIDAY JUNE 21, 1878. The senate lias agiced to the house amendment to the sundry appropri- ation bill appropriating five and a half million dollars to pay the award of the Halifax fishery commission. Remember the delegate meetings Saturday night. And to be sure you have a good delegation, attend the meetings yourself an<J have a voice in selecting them. Every Democrat in the city is interested in this mat- ter, or ought to be. . The centennial anniversary of the celebration of the continental army was celebrated at Valley Forge, Pa., on the 19th, by a grand military dis* play. The troops were reviewed by Governor Ilartranft and General Hancock. Thirty thousand people were present. Congress has adjourned. No action on either the Texas and Pacific or the federal court bills, cr to provide against an Indian war or Mexican greasers raiding into Texas, all of which would have been of incalcu- lable benefit to the people of this State. It may well be said...

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