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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 June 1878

if 3 \ { ,¥ * f# Medical. OLD, TRIED, L AND ■ TRUE. Texan* urn Iu Imi—wilt, tl« WOMlvrfiiJ merits o( Hint great Afnwieau ftcincily. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. T1tU4iftlmftiit vary naturally originated In Am«rl on. w1u |-« Nuturu piuvidi/* iu liwr UWalory hucii r u 1 |.i-i-in2 utiUrioN'rt for ll.w nml;u1i«* f )i«r ckjl- lit (it. lift faiuo iihh bcrii lor "J* voui*, until iimw it if nun i'ii'N tli<f li.ibitaWlu Tim >lviU'iin MUnluuiit i< u i MM «I,v lor All oxltti iihi MlliiiHiitxaf in;tti aim 1 hrurtt. Titttlork owimm* m.mi faruirrs It H invaluahlit. A fiiutfl** whuu KUVVM A hKlllAM llfo 01 T - *t« ru« Th« useriiliifrtu of ah ttxuulluut liorae, ok, or It chi'ha root-rut, hoof-all, hollow horn, grub. nh** worm,, fchoiih(«r-rot, mnnjfv, thu hi tun nw<l MtingM of |H iN«moiM luplUr* ahiI ilium.!*, aimI rvcry ouch iluinhAfk tw atouK In ruling ami biuth llfo. It euro* orory oxtrinul troiiWUol liorao*. muciIi un Ihuo'iiomh, Rvratiihri, wlnwy, Mprnlus, foutMlor,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 June 1878

ghe JBaitg Items. D ENWON. FRIDA Y JUNE 21. 187S. Arrival and Doparturo of Trains. HOUSTON AN1> TEXAS CENTRAL. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. N11. No. No. No. No. No. No. trains. I akuivp.. St. Louis Kxprcss ....... ia.01 a. M. Ohlciiffo Kxprens 11:00 a. m. \V*y Freight 9:30 r m. Kxprcsfr Freight I 4:ooa m St. Louis Express Chiciitfo Express Way Freight Kxpitss 1< reight i dhtaht. ..i 4:20 a. m. .. | .J :oo r. m. 4:aj a. m. ..i 4:05 r. m, MISSOUKI, KANSAS AND TKXAS. I AN It! vp.. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Texan Ex. 3:30 i\ m. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex.! 4 :oo a. m. 5. Stock Train 1:00 p.m. 7. Through Freight • ••! $!4S A. M. i pkpakt. 2. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex.'11.55 A. M. 1. Texas, Knusas A St. Louis l£x. ,13:30 a. M. ■>. Stock Train....../ •..! 5:00 p. m« j. Through Freight j 5:30 A.M. DENISON A SOUTHEASTERN. Accommodation depart. i arrive. s:oo a. m. i 13:30 l'.m, Board—Mrs. M. J. Legate, on Gaiuly street, between Rusk and Brunett avenues, can accommoda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 June 1878

Icnison Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, June 22, 1878. No. 102. CASPER BROS. AT THE FLAG STOKE STILL AWAY AHEAD. I I IlK • ) i / . t • / * 'V 1 > J/ ■ j I)) <* r V ,} > / H v \\ GREAT REDUCTION Ev'rylhing Marked Down-Plain Figures Look at Our Extreme Low Prices: Standard prints^ 5c. per yard. " Bleached muslin, 7c. per yard. " Unbl'ed muslins 6c. per yard, " Cheirtots, 12 i-2c. per yard. Plain dress linen, 20c. per yard. Kn'kerb'ker dress lin' 20c. per yard. All g'd's dress P'pl'ns, 20c. perjyard. Brocaded dress P'pl'ns,25c. per yard. 1.-4 Percale, xoc. per yard, jinen embroidery from 10c. up. Pique and MarSailes, Sc. 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. GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING. Call and convince y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 June 1878

The Daily |tc«is. DKNISON. SATURDAY 1UNE 23. 1878- Population of the Ottoman Em- pire. It lias heretofore been a matter of conjecture what the population of the Ottoman empire really was. A return has recently been made which is of semi-cflicial character, and, it' is presumed, is as near accuracy as it is possible to get at present. The population is set clown as follows: Europe (including tributaries) 15,-587,126 Asia Minor '3 -)'3.Sy7 Syria,Mesopotamia and Arabia 10.609,123 Airica 14 010,000 Total... •S3 4'x;.S45 SPECIAL LOCALS. Extract from Telegraph antl Messen- ger, Macon, Ga: We natl tested its virtue personally, and know that for dyspepsia, biliousness, and throbbing headache arising there- | from, it is the best medicine the world ! ever saw. We have tried forty other . j remedies before the Simmons' Liver Reg- j ; ulator, but none of them gave us more j than temorary relief but the Regulator j ! not only relieved, but cured us. Genu- | ine prepared only by J . II. Zeilin &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 June 1878

I ** i i. ■ U * ♦ * m •* * . i Medical. ANB OLD, i TRIED, TB TRUE. T«<iamh orntlalit with tU • fl- Wonderful uiel'ltH of tlittt ^I'Cat Auiocieuu ltoiiicdy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, . FOR MAN AND BEAST. Thfc* lininiont torv HAturally oiigiimUrt in Amerl ca. wli«*r«* Natiiru jirnvUiit* in lit^r laboratory mmoIi /.'• ■ MHiprUiiiK anUjlulim for tlio umlsnllwv i r b«r cWll- I rircti. IIh Iihs U'i'ii MpinaUiug fur '4$ y«ar«, nut i'i imi a it i/ii'/fivioM tli liJiMtHUlo globi*. v ♦ <rh*l Mui.cu" M h«Ihh;j( l.iiiimynt u it nmUhlo** runiod v for i(ll external nlliiieutH of mini ami lj uat. [J To nUirk mviifiM m.kI fiu'inut.H It i« iuvalimliltt. * A h(u^l«i IimMIo ofti.mi mi vim a human lif«- or r« - moron tho UMtjfiilaviiH uf tlK ;x««lloiit homo, 01, t/tf «ow, or «Wp. v -It oiiroa foot-rot. hoof-all, hollow horn, griiW, follow-worm, slioiildur-iot, mango, tlio liiton and /it of |io|Ronr>mi iil<*a ami ttixncts, and ••very •Itch 11 i f f lun k tu glome hiuudiMu and IiiimIi Mlo. '♦...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 June 1878

> The CaUy Ilctus. DEISISOIN. SATURDAY .JUNE 22, 1878. Arrival and Doparture of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. TRAINS. No. i. St. Louis Express No. 3. Chicago Kxprcsi... .%••« No. 5. W*y Freight No. 7. Express Freight No. 3. St. Louis Express..,% No, 4. Chicago Kxpress... No. 0. Way Freight. %.......... No. S. Kxpress Freight.......... ARRIVE. IJ .01 A. M. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 P« M. 4:00 A. Mi DEPART. 4 :ao a. M. 4 :oo r. m. 4.-45 A. M. 4:05 P. M. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. I ARRIVE. No. 1. ChtoAgts Kansas A Texas Ex.! 3:30 P.M. No. 3. Louis, Kansas it Texas Ex., 4:00 A. m. No. 5. Stock Train ...j 1 :oo r. m. No. 7. Through Freight | 8:45 A. M. I DKPART. No. a. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex.'n 155 a. m. No. 4. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Ex. 13:30 a. m. No. 6. Stock Train 1 5.00 r. m. No. S. Through Freight | 5:30 a. m. DENISON k SOUTHEASTERN. A ccom mod ation DEPART. I ARRIVE. 8:00 A. M. j 12:30 P.M. Board—Mrs. M. J. Legate, on Gandy street, between Rusk and Brunett avenues, ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

\ Slcnisim tlailn Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, June 23, 1878. No. 104. CASPER BROS, ' ' • • AT THE J4 « * FLAG STORE STILL AWAY AHEAD. Medical. ;\££m J X f ' k\ < 4 f ' 'H L> > 'V > > 1 • ♦ V > m)' BREST Everything Marked Down? Plain Figures Look at Our Extreme Low Prices: Standard prints, 5*c. per yard. " Bleached muslin, 7c. per yard. " Unbl'ed muslins 6c. per yard, " Cheviots, w i-^c. per yard. Plain dress linen, 20c. per yard. Kn'kerb'ker dress lin* 20c. per yard. Allg'd's dress P'pl'ns, 20c. perjyard. Brocaded dress lJ'pl'ns,25c. per yard. t4 Percale, roc. per yard, inen embroidery from 10c. up. Pique and Marsailes, 8c. ]3er 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/lip. Corsets, f from 40c. up. Lisle thread gloves, from 20c. up. Linen handkerchiefs,from 15c. up* Silk •' ^from 50c. up. Hamburg edging, from 5c. up. GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

The Elder's Vacation. ItY A. T. WOHDBN. Tho Elder's l>ook art) laid away and locked liirt study door, Hi« manuseripta and skeletons are mattered on the floor, Ills ink Is slowly drying up and dust In over all, While spiders weave a web across the book- shelf on the wall. Hie has gone to hold communion with his Uod, uinong the hills, And in peaceful meditation lose the thought of nature's ills. That with busy lingers interweave the silver in Ills hair, Or bend his shoulders downward with a heavy load of care. Prone lie lies on summer hill-sides, while the gentle summer air Plays about his naked forehead, lifting up his scanty hair; Forgotten is the village bell, while heavy- laden bees With drowsy hum his spirits lull among tho ) sighing trees. , Mayhap he threads a northern wood, along some brawling stream, Forgetting rod and basket for the river's sil- ver gleam, And catches spirit voices in the tiny water- fall— That dim his eyes with foolish tears and buried forms recall. And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

TW* T <•1 * M > VM * 4>f\S > i >r / - A Tussle With a Bear. The Taooma (W. T.) Herald says: On last Monday, the 18th inst., several young men were out hunting on horse- back, and when near Win. Nelson's farm they suddenly came upon two large bears. They lired upon them and suoceeded in killing one, but the other ran for the timber and passed out of sight, notwithstanding that one tho boys, Johnny Northover, put four charges of buckshot into him at short range. As tho bear seemed likely to escape, Adam Benson said he would ride around tho thicket, which was a short distance, and head him off. He accordingly started off alone, and reached tho other side of the wood be- fore the bear. He dismounted and tied his horse to a tree, and had waited but a few moments when the infuriated boast broke from tho timber and rushed for him. He lired two shots, but the bear was upon him. The beast rose upon his hind logs as Adam struck at him with his rifle, and knocked the weapon from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

'£hc jOaiUi lUms. D£1VI80N. SUNDAY JUNE 23, 1878. The St. Louis Times pertinently asks where are the tioops? Why are they not rushed to the scenes ot carnage on the Texas borilei and in the Lava Beds? If the object were to carry an election or overawe the people of the South, the blue-coats would have been massed on the field Ion" ago. SPECIAL LOCALS. Extract from Telegraph and Messen- ger, Macon, Ga: We had tested its virtue personally, and know that tor dyspepsia, biliousness, and throbbing headache arising there- from, it is the best medicine the world ever saw. We have tried forty other remedies before the Simmons' Liver Reg- ulator, but none of them gave us more than temorary relief but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us. Genu- ine prepared only by J . II. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia. The Ogden Freeman boldly as- serts that the present Indian war has been incited by Mormon missiona- ries, whose object is to keep the set- tlers out of the fine valleys in Camas prai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

* • Medical. t k * * <* * ■ S v*| * A 4f$> * t | k* 1 } « * > €• 1 r/ OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE. Tfz na r« Anrjn tnt<Ml--ornitj(iit U> \m—witi 11* woitderful tuerllfi of that great Auiori«ua Remedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tliin liniment very natural! j orlginaUd in Amori- ru, wlier* Nature pruvlda* i* lior laboratory auek aurprUinx ankitloina for lliv maladi«H of k«r nUil. tfron. tin la in a Iir ta«n npraailttig for xj yitam, until naw it tn«ircl«h tlio liabitabln kIoIih. TIio Mazirun MiiMiuik I-iii i ijiwh t in a niatakln** remcitl v for all llUl " l jultOMtltf n n mul bfu.-u. I'm ulnek owner# ami fariimi* it in tuvalaablo. A •iutfl« wftiui mivta a human lifn or r -- *tor« I ho i<iit flilit«a of au «xo«tlleut liomc, on, ««w, or J henp, It auras loot-rot. koof-ail, hollow horn, grub. Knew worm, sliuulder rot, mango, tho bitos and tilings of poUotmMS roptilau ami iiia<*rla, and uvory mich dllWbMk i" utouic broodlnc aud bM*li life. It curat arary ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

ikf fPailfi gjkws. DKN I WON . SUNDAY MORNING. FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. THK TRUE STOKY OF RIDING-HOOD, Little Red Biding-Hood Patiently bidlnu, stood Watching ma, lildlnB «ood Dainties with care Awav in the basket. Which Riding-Hood's task it Was—cruel to ask It— To granny to bear. Then heavily laden. The dear little maiden, So sweetly arrayed in Her red rldlhg-liood, highway pi fast Holds of waving grain, Turned from the highway plain, Walked down the shady lane, Through the dark wood. Somehow or other, She wished that her mother Had sent her big brother, Instead of herself; Through dark thickets swishing How vain was her wishing, For he was olf Ashing, The lazy old elf. Now at lier grandma's gate Why does she hesitate? There, on the porch, elate, Sits a big tramp, "Now, dear, I'll trouble you; All of that grub '11 you Pass, or I'll double you Up," said the scamp. Now, then, I can't relate Half that this tramp he ate; Details and aggregate Are too alarming; Apples and sandwiches, Pies ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

ll- tf 1 lite gteilg jrtnv 'S< D E N 1 H O N . SUNDAY MORNING. *■ f* cT *§ !l * fr * 1* I m iv^a > 4 f ♦ I n\ 4 >* « v f rt'' > Othello's Apology. Most potent, ({rave and reverend selgnors, That I have takun away this old mail's daughter Is most true; truo, 1 have married her, As I can prove by the officiating clergyman Who Is a Justice of the Peace down In Herki- mer. By your patience I will a plain, unvarnished tale deliver Of my whole course of love; what drugs, what charms, What conjuration, and what mighty magic— For such proceedings I am charged withal— I won His daughter with. Her father loved mo; not a continental Did I care for the old man's love. But I pretended to reciprocate his affection And in tliis way did I make myself A vory Muldoon with him In solidity. Ho oft invited me to toll the story of my life, From year to year, the battles, sieges, for; tunes, Etcotera, and so forth, and so on With which I had been stuffing htm. I ran it through e'en from my boy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 June 1878

saasf 1fr 1 iij-^j-! Judge Hare at DenisOn Hare, of Mayor's Massage JUNK 33, 1878 ==**5= - 1, ,J Senator Cooke passed down over the Houston and Texas Central yes- terday on his way to Austin. Choice rye flour for sale at Row- ley & HallertWck's city bakery, tf Mr Owen McCarthy has bought the property on Woodard street next to the Episcopal church, and will soon erect a $3,500 brick residence. Everybody takes them—Improved Cathartic Fills, Acheson has 32,000 —the largest stock ever in Denison. Chas. Dellaven,miller in the Lone Star Mills, was presented Thursday night by his liege spouse, with a bouncing girl boby. A baby, and first pemium awarded at the Rich- mond fair, 110 wonder Dellaven looks happy. Froo Lunch. Turtle soup at Wolf's this morn- ing. Attention Knights Templar! You will meet at Nolan's Hall at 3 :30 p. in., on Monday. J. C. Fkii.d, Generalissimo. A new lot of those beautiful white and figured cordedpiques cheap; al- so a large lot of fine embroideries bought at a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 June 1878

A «i> Denienn Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning. June 2 5,1878. No. io5. FltHI). CAMPBELL. CIIAS. LEASK. alex. w. aciieson. "V <A t ■* :$ ■i t •) ^ x K~*/ t f> k> * A % I % NEW GOODS! NEW HOUSE! -BUT THE- NEW PRICES! SAME OLD RELIABLE MEN 1 Acheson's Drug Store! 335 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 their advantage to buy Lubri- cating Oils here, both 011 account of Quality and Price. NOW PTJT TTI= YOU3EI PRESERVES AND JELLIES WHILE FRUITS ARE PLENTIFUL. GAISMAN & CO. Cooper's Gelatine ! Have nil the Requisites. All Grades of Sugar I Pure Spices of all Kinds AND Mason's Patent Fruit Jars TIIE BEST IN TIIE WORLD. &co. Have also the best Assortment of CHOICE FEESH GROCERIES IN NORTHERN TEXAS. And Manage to Keep Prices BELOW ALL COMPETITION! CENTRAL llOUTK. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 June 1878

hwiHBb She gitiltj flews. HENISON. TUESDAY TUNE as 1S78. It is claimed that English infhi cncc is largely shaping the work of the Berlin Congress, but for that very reason Austria and Russia are not satisfied with it. It is more than probable that there will be no settle- ment of the Eastern difficulty, and that the great conilict that is to con- vu'se all Europe is only a question ot time. Russia is not likely to re- cede from her conquests on the Bos- phorus, nor is England likely to ob- tain by negotiation, what she failed to acquire by menace. The idea that any great number of the grangers would join the labor movement was preposterous. Farm- ers have a great deal more good sens'e than the leaders of this piebald faction give them credit for, and have the sagacity t® see that the only way to relieve the burdens that are pressing them as well as every other industry into the dust, is through the Democratic party. The farmers are content with the policy of the Dem- ocratic party, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 June 1878

* f * I* f hjl* y I • tf Medical. Hotels and Restaurants. and OLD, TRIED, D TRUE. Textlil at1*Hcnnnlntcd—-rirnnjflit wiH, 114 Wonderful iiktHh of tliut m rat Aim i irau ftnuiedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Till* liniment vorv naturally originated in Amnrl. ra. wlict'M Niituiv provide* in li« r laV>nn<<iv nmcIi n«ii|iri*lnj milnlw t * fur t'm* nuil;v«lu'w o'f Inn* < l«II- drrii. lit finini lui* bt'fli Mpii-Hiliinj fur .'(5 yvai'M, 1111c11 now it uiiutirW'ft t lir/ ImliUahlf) ululu-. Tlu« Mexican MuntHMtf Littiiiltitt in it iiialalilrma r«'MioJv f*« r nil f xlanial mattand bfiut. Te stock uwiicra *.id fitriii i'S it U invultialilr. A hin«l« l i ttits oiluu huvca a lumnu lifn or rv- rforuH tin* luirliilitvH* of um rxutilieiit jiurbu, oi, HOW, or It cure* foot-rot. hoof-ail, hollow horn. grub. iicri'W worni, nliollldiM'-mt. num^, tliu biton jttcu ntiii^H of uoUotioit* i<• | iiU s mill iuHiM'io. n««l **vory •uc)? dra.. ii.k ,. u iiiKK lirtitlltiif and Utt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 June 1878

Us t rolioo Court ems. " ,r:"" - T"W • • •" <*Y. ' denison, TUESDAY-.. JUNE 15. '878- From, and alter June 17th, :S;8, until fUrlhernotice. mixed trains upon tl c Den* i on Division of the Missouri, Kansas S{ Texas Railway, will run daily (Sun- day excepted) as follows; Leave Denison, " Bellplain, Arrive Whitewright,• • • returning . Leave Whitewright, <>:oo a. t. " Bellplain, 'o;45 Arrive Denison ..it: 45 " " .. 4 1 00 P . M ..5: 15 '• •' , 6 : Oo " " On Monday the first day of July, stuges will commence to run be- tween La Mcseillo, New Mexico, and San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Henry Waterman and Mr. R. Weil,both employed in the Star store, have rented one of the stores in the Muller building and will open therein a number one saloon. Mr. J. P. Mills, of Sherman, can- didate for the office of County Judge of this county, honored the News with a call Monday. We found him to be a very agreeabl gentleman. We had the pleasure of a call from Mr. P. H. Peters, the talented local of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 June 1878

t \ m Vol. VI. flmisson Claihj iXctos. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. June 26,1878. No. 10 6. v \r K V? cj 1 v ; * jft ki' ft • ' K ■n m A ( ! h tvJ <rl ,(■ And Still They Gome! 500 PIECES NEW PRINTS LATEST STYLES, JTTST RECEIVED B7 CASPER BROS., AT THIS FLAG STORE, FRED. CAMPBELL. CHAS. LEASE. ALEX. W. ACIIESON. NEW GOODS! NEW HOUSE! -BUT THE- NEW PRICES! SAME OLD RELIABLE MEN, AT . Million's Drug Store S 235 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 10 their advantage to buy Lubri- cating Oils here, both on account of Quality and Price. NOW r UT XJ3= PRESERVES AND JELLIES WHILE FRUITS ARE PLENTIFUL. " GAISMAN & CO. Have all the Requisites. Cooper's Gelatine I All Grades of Sugar ! AND Pure Spices of all Kinds 1 Mason's Patent Fruit Jars THE BEST IN THE WORLD. # G-_&_ISA<E_A_:iSr &CO. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 June 1878

" • • ' : . . ' ' cms. DEN1SON. WEDNESDAY .JUNE 26 1S7S. A fire broke out in the cotton coin- press of Hunter & Co., Montgomery, Ala., on the 24th inst., caused by step- ping on a. En fitch, in which eleven thousand bales of cotton wevo con- sumed, and the compress and Plan- ter's warehouse badly damaged. American cotton manufactures are much preferred in China, yet of $30,000,000 worth annually import- ed into that country, the United States sends but $1,000,000 worth. With the other advantages we have for doing this trade the addition of adequate ocean transportation under our own flag, would give us at least $20,000,000 of that trade. When a man says he is a Demo- crat or a Republican he means that he isaltached to such principles as are enunciated in the platforms of those parties, and that he Relieves that the ascendency of those principles .is necessary for the best interests of the country, jmkI not only this bilt that he will exert himself to secure this as- cendancy of ...

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