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

v> ... - " •Sir 4 t I > * f i rW 4 V # rf" *-fe * i" t' 4 ? * , | > 1 ' K Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in BLIUIVTXJCIC Y V W JV n H if HSHS K K Y V W WW W 11 II II K 8 K K Y Y WWWWll II II S KK YY WWWW li II II H KK YY W WAV W IIMIIII II BRHH KK YY WWWW II 1M| H KK V WW WW II II II H K K Y w W It II II N S K K V WW H It II 3HKB K K Y Imported and Domestic W iues, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor tiousc In Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. Ha' r-w r, / K ■auk Druggists. W. M. H ANNA, Wholesale nnd retail 1>DD RRR II II GOO fIGO II s6Sa 1'IXl ft p R R U U G G G G {} 8 a T fa. D.RRR, U U G G II BSS8 T f> DR. R U U G 00 (i OG It u 5 T I)DD K R UU OOG GOG II T No. ii2 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 Mcdicinal Purposes. {JJEO. W. WILLIAMS, Wholesale and retail . } . ■ ■ ...

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

" ' f" vfi r'lilfflMtiii Tiii'iiiTtilli":,,iiri'" 3£hc Jpaily Hc\u$. HiapincHON." SATURDAY AUGUST 17. 1S7S. Municipal Officers. It. M. Gliumis .Mayor \V. I>. KIKK .Picnidont of Council WIl.UAM 11 A.K D WICK Mumhal A. 11. COKKIN Assessor & Collector O. K. O'MALEV Treasurer K. K. HADKLKFF City Clerk <i. G. KAN DELL City Attorney COUNCILMAN—-1ST WARD.' w. m. pkck, kd. n.allen. COUNCILM EN—3D WARD I j. c. feild, ii. tone. COUNCILMEN—ID WARD! A.O.IIALL, W. D. KIRK. COUNCILMEN—4TH WARD .* W. R. BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL. Regular meeting- of Council, first Thursday in each month. OUR CHOICE. For Representative of Grayson and Col- lin Counties, COL. R. D. ALLISON, Of McKinney. Fho extension of the Tians-Con- !^incnt;il from Sherman to Wliitcs- 1>oro, hasn't been heard of lately. Crooks should put his wind mill to work again. -• ■ ♦ ■■■ —— Thanks to the Caddo Free Press for a complimentary mention of the News, The Free Press, although a new paper is one of the best in the Indian Terri...

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

% b 4 J (*w Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. August 18,1878. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Dentistry. 1OWLKS & R1IKA, l'ettigrew's liuiltl- ) ing, Denison, Texas. Boots and Sh6Bs. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UHLIG. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. r L. NOTHAF & CO., lia Main I • street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. rOHN H. LLOYD, next door tt> Sliced- er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. [" M. IHLL, 310 Main «treet, Denison, I « Texas. Undertaker. M. MILLS & SON, 430 Main st., • Denison, Texas. M A D Banks. ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK, Denison, Texas. IRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. I liUtivUUUIal* ALENDORF, Postollice Building, • Denison, Texas, JE. MASON. 419 Main Street. Deni * son, Texas. Books and stationery. MH. BROWN, No. 114 Main street- • Denison, Texas. E E Livery Stables ACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west Main st. & north Burnet ave. ...

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

&vkk:! • . ' foe flails H: N X H O 1ST . SUNDAY MORNING. Ir > HAYMAKING. Across tlm sunny Held sho went, Who is our sovereign lady: Shu said, "Snob days were never mount To wasto In corners shady," Sin; would not take u slnglo nay, Excusing or denying. " Coine out, she said, -'und turn tho hay, tlocnuso.the sun Is shining." Some pleaded letters: " Why, you see, 'Tis mail-day forGoloonda! Another: " When I've read these throe Last pages of 'Deronda,' " Two miscreants who had slyly fled (Straw hat and Holly Varuen) Were captured. Hps and Angers red, Deep in the kitchen garden. No pleading was the least excuse, She brooked no contradiction; " The heat you can not make excuse," " Those letters are too tlctlonl" " You've played lawn tennis half the day, Than which my work is cooler!" And so, at last, she got her way, Our most despotic ruler. She sat our stations row by row, And marshaled us sedately; " See, now, this is the way to go, The swathes want turning stralghtly. Don't sei...

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

flir Jlailii Uru'S. DKNISON. SUNDAY MOIINING. r i > ■ - > U \ 1 * I •- MEXICAN MILLIONAIRES. IntereM lug Interview with One of the Nheplierd Friuce* of New Mexico—How ft Sheep Farmer Mhuh^h Two Hundred ThouHftod 11 mid of Hlieep. [From the Kansas City Times.] In the early days of Kansas City,when the whistle of the locomotive was some- thing unknown to the residents of this then frontier region, the arrival of im- mense trains of wool and Mexican sil- ver, or the departure of long convoys of merchandise for Chihuahua, was an every day occurrence. But with the commencement of the civil war upon this border this trade, then so large find lucrative to the people of Kansas City, Independence and St. Louis, left us for all time. With the completion of the Kansas Pacific Railroad to the plains and buffalo range, the Mexican trade again sought an outlet this way. This trade is so closely interwoven with Kan- sas City that the following sketch of its present condition and magnitude wi...

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

" . 3£hc Daily Iftcuis. I>IiJ]NISOTV. SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 1S78. McCrary vs. Crooks. The Sherman Courier has been ma- king itself ridiculous in its venemous attacks upon McCrary of the Gains- ville Hesperain, the Cooke county delegate to the Fort Worth conven- tion. Mr. Crary defends his action in the convention, in a straightfor- ward manner. He says: "The Cooke county convention, to select its delegates, adopted a dif- ferent coursc from the usual mode of taking the sense of its delegates, as to the candidates. Names were put in nomination and voted upon the same as a regular nominating convention. Hare received iS 1-2 votes, Finer 16 1-2. No resolution nor motion was ever offered to in- struct the delegates, to the Fort Worth convention, to vote, first, last, or any single time for Hare, Piner or any one else. On the fouth ballot, Piner's friends agreed that if I would vote for him and run him up to a respectable vote, he would withdraw, I did it with that understanding. It was w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 August 1878

< Wholesale Liquors. I^ENTtfCKY WIIISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY * w w n h W WW W II II w ww w u ii w w w w " w w w w w w w w ww ww > w w I w w n ii imnii i ii 11 h U !1 I KNHH I S S ! 8 I SRRB 1 8 I H I S It SUMS !UK KK K K K K K K K It ICT jr * \ y. y V I t i V * .4 I t * \ ' J f ♦ J * Imported and Domestic VY ines, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. u / MARK Druggists. W. M. IIANNA, Wholesale and retail |>ui> rrr U u nan nuo it „kss ttti t d r r u n a G (I a n 5 8 T b D RRR II U O O II BSSs T p d R R u u « nn (i en ii s 2 t DI>1> R R UU cau GOG II sSSs T No. U2 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 For Medicinal Purposes. ^EO. W. WILLIAMS, Wholesale and retail DRUGaiST, DENISON. - TEXAS. t ___ __ Oculist. |"^R. M. JOSEPHTHAL. Formerly of Waco, And Oculis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 August 1878

MOSS-ROBCB. Wlilte wtih the whiteness of the snow, link with the faintest rooy glow, They blossom on tholr sprays; X'Uoy glad the borders with their bloom, Ami sweeten with tholr rloh perfume The mossy garden ways. The (tow that from their brimming leaves l>rlpH down, the mignonette receives, Andsweettwgrows thereby; The tall June lilies stand anear, In raiment white and gtild, and hero The purple pansles lie. Warm sunshine glitters over all, •On daisied sward and ivied wall, On Illy, pansy, rose; While flitting round each garden bod, W ith Joyous laugh and airy tread, A fairer sunbeam goes. A little human blossom, bright With olilldlsh, innocent delight Of life yet in itB dawn; With sunshlno prisoned In her hair, l)eop eyes unshadowed by a care, 8he gambols on the lawn. She checks the light elastic tread, And stays to her, far overhead, The lark's song to Its close; Eyes shaded by two tiny hands— Wo pray God bless her as she stands, Our little daughter Rose. Yes, bless the ltoso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 August 1878

'V t b & \s \ I <1 ir * t 1 ♦ HERE AM) THBBB. A North Carolinian, who fought all through the last war without a scratch, kicked at a dog the other day and broke four of his toes. Tiik drouth is so severe in Johnson County, N. C., that one day recently the people of Pine Level olosed their stores and houses, went to church and prayed for rain until late in the after- noon. New York epicures are startled by the discovery that parties in Barren Is- land are curing tongues of dead ani- mals brought there by offal contractors, and sending them to the city market. When an Indian gets hold of a silver dollar he pounds it out flat until it gets as largo around as the bottom of a tin dipper. Then he suspends it from his neck by a string and feels 41 heap big rich." A DOUBLE-UAltRKLED shot-gUD with a stock of rosewood, inlaid with gold and elaborately carved, and costing $1,100, is the remaining evidence of a young English nobleman's visit to California a year ago. Ilis money ran short...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 August 1878

The Examination or Mi*. Slater OR KEN HACK IIHit 1! AII ! DENI80N. SUNDAY AUGUST iS, 1878. 1 Municipal Officers. K. M. GRUUUS , Mayor W. 1). KIRK. President of Council WILLIAM 11ARD WICK Marshal A, II. COFFIN Assessor A Collector O. K. O'MALKY Treasurer K. F. RADKLKFP City Clerk O. G. HANOKI-L City Attorney COUNCILMAN—-1ST WARD I W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLKN. COUNCILMAN—«1> WARD I J. C. FBILD, H. TONE. COUNCILM1H—JD WARD: A. O. HALL, w. D. KIRK. COUNCILMAN—4T1I WAItD .* W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. OUR CHOICE. For Representative of Grayson and Col- lin Counties, COL. R. D. ALLISON, Of McKinney. GEORGE R. REEVES. An Example of How ho Represent- ed Domson in tho Legislature. " While at Austin, I learned that a bill had passed the Senate, and was presented in the Mouse, to in- corporate the Caddo, Parts <£ Jef- ferson branch of the M., K. dc T. railroad. COL. J^.EE VES DE- TECTED that its line was not defined, and IT MIGHT RUN T...

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

•• • ,T •'"•VW.-:--"'*- •- • -Wrfluwu;. ;.- 4 VoL. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, August 20, 1878; No. i52. ft ;• * .4, * 2 *' "J 4 vf t* v f 1 • 9(< SK 0 If 1 f * « v> , Klft . 4 ' y i 4 * '£ I # 1 4 DJ$tlNtyUENT TAX LIST. By virtue of a levy, I will proceed to sell in front of the court house, in the city of Sherman, Grayson county, State of Tex- as, between the hours of 10 a.m., and tj i m., to the lughet t bidder for ensh in httnd, the following described real estate, situated in the city of Denison, countv of Grayson, State of Texas, for unpaid taxes and all cobts, for the yeai A. D. 1877, commencing on fhe first Tuesday in September, A, D, 1878, and ending when said taxes and costs are all paid, or property all sold. A. H. CofkIn, City Assessor and Collector. Arey W R, Stevens add iots 13 14 15 16 17 18 block 19 value $700 Layne's add lots j 6 block 7 value $300 taxes ,. S17 50 Allen J S L vne's add lot 7 block 23 value #20 taxes 35 Amos J M.LHyne'o odd lots ii 12 ...

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

■-!l ~-J~ ■ 'HIj'«••• v,.; *'«A1H- Jo ffec Daily Stews. K DENISON. TUESDAY AUGUST jo, 1878. The Virginia Whipping Case. We flo not wish, by any means, to he counted with those who advocate the whipping post, but theie is a good deal of useless sympathy raised on account of the whipping of a white girl by a negro constable in Virginia. The circumstances have been greatly exaggerated, and in the North an attempt has been made to create a good deal of capital out of it against the Southern people. The affair happened, by the way, in the banner Republican county of Vir- ginia ; all the officers concerned in the affair were Republicans and elected by Republican votes, and all the whites participating were North- ern men. The girl, who is a hard- ened case at best, was convicted of stealing a pair of shoes and stock- ings, and the sentence was fifteen lashes or thirty days in the county jail. The girl and her mother both insisted upon the whipping in pref- erence to confinement. None of h...

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

1; vY '' " +y*~ * * 4 I v> * K Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCKY WHISKY DEPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY v w w h ii It khrs k k y y w ww w ii ii ii s fl k ic v y w ww w ii ii ii r k k v y w w w w ii ii ii h |< ic v y w w w w hiiiiii ii hhhs kic vy w w w w ll ii .11 8 k k y ww ww ii ii If r k k v w w ii huh n k k v """ K K Y w W ii 11 ii shij8 w Imported and Domestic W Inos, Itraiidics, Cigars, Tobacco. rite Oldest Wholesale Liquor House in Denison. Next Door to the Star Store. SiSKB §&t TBMS V. 1 MARK £ Druggists. W. M. II A. IV IV A, Wholesale and retail j)Di> unit u u field noes n Hsss rrn p IJ It 11 II u f! O (i (1 n r i) krk u u <i <! II "t>; ^ ,)a 1 I) IJ H It U U iJ Of! fi Cifl II s 'J T DDO It K UU C1GO GfJO II "SK* T No. H2 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. (JJ.EO. W. WILLIAMS, Wholesale and retail...

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

3jitc jlaily iuius. U1UN1WOIN. TUESDAY AUGUST 20, 1S7S. Municipal Officers. R. M. GltUllllS. W. I>. KIUK PL. WII.UAM 11 A III) WI A, II. COKl'ltf j O. li. O'MALRY K. !• KADKUKFK.... a. U. HANDKI.I COl'NCILM AN- VV. M. PKCK, Mayor ..President of Council CK Marshal ..Assessor & CoJlcrtor .Treasurer City Clerk City Attorney 1 ST WARD : Kl). N. ALI.KN. COUNCILS'! KN—-JD WARD! J. C. FHILD, II. TONE. CQUNCILMttN A. O. HALL, —ID WAKD: W. D. KIUK. COUNCILMEN W. B. DOSS, Kc#ulur meeting of C in euclt month. —4TH TVA R D : JUSTIN HAYNAL. ouncil, lirst Thursday OUR CHOICE. For Representative of Grayson and Col- lin Counties, COL. R. D. ALLISON, Of McKinney. GEORGE R. REEVES. An Example of How ho Roprosont- od Donison in tho Logislaturo. " While at Austin, I learned that a bill had passed the Senate, and was presented in the House, to in- corporate the Caddo, Parts <£ Jef- ferson branch of the fif.s K. <£• T. railroad. COL. REE VES DE- TECTED that its line was not defined, and* IT ...

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

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, August 21,1878. No. i52. § ' I £ 4% - van J* m; 4 -i# n 4 h' M DELINQUENT TAX LIST. By virtue oTa levy. I will proceed to sell in front of the court house, in the city of Sherman, Grayson county, State of Tex- as, between the hours of 10 A. M., and 4 tf. m., to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the following described real estate, situated in the city of Denison, countv of Grayson, State of Texas, for unpaid taxes and all cobts, for the year A. 1). 1877, commencing on the first Tuesday in September, A, D, 1878, and ending when said taxes and costs are all paid, or property all sold. A, H. Cokfin, City Assessor and Collector. Arey W R, Stevens add lots 13 14 15 16 17 18 block 19 value #700 Layne's add lots 5 6 block 7 value $300 taxes it.... $17 Allen J S h yne's add lot 7 block *3 value $20 taxes.... .... 35 Amos J M Layne's add lots 11 12 15 16 block ij value $40 lot* 4 4 block iS value $2tj lots 3 4 bl'k 19 value $20 lots 11 12 15 16 ...

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

h ^TT ■■ Livory Stables Railroads Merchant Tailor. BPBC1AL LOCALS. Banks. IhuUi licius. g$i Mm DENISON. WEDNESDAY AUGUST it, 187S Tho Question of Nomin ationu. THE MILD POWER CURES HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. We think the Democratic county executive committee made a serious mistake in postponing action, regard- ing making nominations, until Octo- cr. The people, as well as aspirants, should know whether a regular tick- et is to be put injhe field or not. It was once decided that there would be 110 nominations, which was an in- vitation for all who wished to an- nounce themselves as candidates in a free race to do so. Many, no doubt, are now candidates who would have kept out of the race, had they sup- posed nominations would be made. The way the matter now stands the question of nominations must remain an uncertainty six or seven weeks, and it is not reasonable to suppose that those who make a vigorous can- vass between now and October 7th, will be willing to withdraw in fuyor...

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

K 1 Wholesale Liquors. ENTUCkY WHISKY i^EPOT. EPPSTEIN BROS., Wholesale dealers in KENTUCKY V W W H w ww w 11 w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w WW WW w w w w II II NHHH II II N H H H II 8 11 II 11 K I11MH II SSSS TitiT rf>' I H ii ii ii shsh 11M11 ii ii !i 1.1 K K 1/ K K K K K K K K K V Ii V \ yY YY oV. V v Y Imported and Domestic V\ inos, Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco. The Oldest Wholesale Lienor House in • I Denison.", Next Door to the Star Store. s®««aN5ir'Vi i !Pv 'ft 5 TRAnr; tf / Druggists; W. Mi HAN NA, Wholesale and retail "-8T |)DI RElt IT U OOO IIGO II nRS„ TlTl ' P II I' GOO O II 5 8 T p i> -kwh p u o n ii t f d r n v u a aa a mi ii « 2 t boo k it uo quo o(io i! BS8B t No. Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. >• t t < 4 j t f We make a specialty of jit annul ■> PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES For Medicinal Purposes. ^EO. W. WILLIAMS, Wholesale and retail idzrttg-gkes'iy / 4k' DENISON;,. f, TEXAS. t • I. *...

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

Sticking to Old Usug03 FROM CADDO. Council Mooting. t JOailtj JjUxus. ■'i' c; DKNISON, TUESDAY AUGUST jo, iSyS. Municipal Officers. R. M. GIlUHnS Mavor W. D. KIUK President of Council W1LMAM HARD WICK Ma rshal ..Assessor V Collector Treasurer City Clerk City Attorney st ward . KD. N. ALLKN. A. 11. COFFIN. O. K. O'MAI.KY K. F. RADHLKFF.... O. G. KANDKL1 councilman W. M. I'KCK, COUNClLMEN—-ID WARD; J. C. FK1LD, II. TONE. CQUNCILMBN—-3D WARD: A. O. HALL, W. D. kirk. COUNCILMAN—4TII WARD I W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAYNAL. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. OUR CHOICE. For Representative of Grayson and Col- lin Counties, COL. R. D. ALLISON, Of McKinney. GEORGE R. REEVES. A11 Example of How ho Roprosont- ed Donison in the Logislaturo. 44 While at Austin, I learned that a bill hail -passed the Senate, and was presented in the House, to in- corporate the Caddo, Parts <£ Jef- ferson branch of the A!., K. T. railroad. COL. REEVES DE- TECTED that its line was not defined, a...

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

1 if ■ I ■■ V ' "1** ilrnistm Hailn • 1 I X !K IN W/ Vol. VI. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Defitistry. RIIEA, l'e ing, Denison, Texas. SOWLES & RIIEA, Pettigrew's Build- ii M Boots and Shoes. IHKRBURNE, ra and dealer, Main street. JHLIG. Austin Ave.,1 and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. NOTJIAF & CO., 212 Main uuu 13 anu wliuub. Mil. SllERBURNE, manufacturer • and dealer, Main street. UHLIG. Austin Ave., bet. Main T L. H J • street, Denison, Texas Tailoring. J OHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sliced- er's gun shop, Denison, Tetfas. JM. MILL, 310 Main street, Denison, Banks. Drovers & planters' bank, Denison, Tex**. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. A J. Tobacconist. LENDORF, I'ostollice Building; Denison, Texas. E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Den I son, Texas. M Books and Stationery. H. BROWN, No. 114 Main stieet- • Denison, Texas. Livery Stables JACK GALLAGHER S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. tXCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west Main st. & north Burnet av...

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

■ft' if m. i ' r • J'hc fJailtj fjeivs. - ~0 ~—— DENISON. THURSDAY AUGUST 32, 1878. Dr. Greenville Dowell's recent work on yellow fever contains a map showing the area in the United States liable to yellow fever. The Doctor included on his map this portion of Texas, which has given rise to a wrong impression. It was upon the authority of one of our local physicians who had a copy of the Doctor's work that we stated the other day that Dr. Dowell in- cluded this section as within the feycr belt, but we find on a careful examination of the book itself that his map is incorrect according to his own stat'stics, probably because the Doctor was in error as to the elevation of this region. The highest eleva- tion above the sea yellow fever was ever known to reach was Winches- ter, Va., 700 feet, but Winchester at that time was in a very filthy condi- tion. Denison is 40 feet higher than Winchester, and consequently q*it of the reach of yellow jack so far as we are able to judge from experi-...

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