Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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Nom. 3, 4, 7 and S daily; all other trains daily ex
No. 2. St. Louis Express...
No, 4. Chicago Bx|>ro«H..*«
No. 6. Way Freight
No. 8. Express Freight,...,
No. 10. Freight
No. ij. Freight
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SSOUHI, KANSAS AND TBXAS.
AliK I VE.
Chicago, Kansas ,t Texas l£x. 3:35 p. m.
St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex. 2 .-50 A. M.
Stock ji'rain m.
Through Freight 5:00 a. m.
a. Texas, Kansas .t Chicago Kx. 11:05 m
Wo. 4, Texas, Kansas A St. I.ouis Kx .3:10 a. m
No. 0. Stock Train 6:00 p. m
No. 8. Through Freight 7:00 a. m
No*. 1 ami t daily. No. 3 arrives daily except
Sunday and Monday. No. 4 leaves dally except
Sunday .nd Monday. Freight trains run daily.
DENISON A SOUTHEASTERN.
i .rave Denison 8:00 a. m.
^Arrive at Hells ijlinia. M
/.cave llells y:ij A. M
Arrive at Whitewright 9:45 a. m
, l.eave Whitewright h:ooa,m
Vrrive at llells 11:30 a. m
L.eavc llells 12:15 p. m
Arrive at Denison 1:15 r. SI
Trains run daily cxcept Sunday.
DENIsON St PACIFIC.
Fassengcr Train No. 1, Bound West:
Leaves Denison 3:00 p. m.
Arrives at I'ottsboro .........3:40 p.m.
Arrives at Whitesboro../ 4:4s p. in.
Leaves Whitesboro 4: 55 p.m.
Arrives at Gainesville...,^ 6:00 p.m.
Passenger Train No. a,:Bound East:
Leaves Gainesville if. ..8:15 a. m
Arrives at Whitesboro....v..... 9:25a. in
Trains will run on M., K. & T. time.
Trains run daily, except'Sunday.
Sherburne sell$ the best calf boot
$3.50 for gents' wear. 12 17 tf
Pictures enlarged to any size by
the new artist, Mr. T. J. Hendricks,
on Rusk avenue.
. w iiiiLsuuro. .y h. ill.
hitesboro. i... ,,.. .9 yj a. 111.
. I'ottsboro 10:50a.m.
t Denison.,... 11:30a.m.
If you want a box of fine cigars
•• a Christmas present, go to Gui-
j & Waldron. 12 9-1 m
he largest stock and purest con-
ioneries in the city at C. R.
m' . 12 7tf
.i you want a fine knife, or pair of
'-scissors, for a Christmas present, go
to Guiteau & Waldron. 12 91m.
If you want a really fine celluloid
dressing case for a Christmas pres-
ent, go to Guiteau & Waldron.
12 9, 1111.
The Oldest Whisky,
Most palitable Wi o,
Best Hot Drinks
At the Grand Southern.
If you want toilet lamps, or per-
fumes, go to Guiteau & Waldron.
Get your photograph taken at the
new Gallery on Rusk avenue. 123ft
,Tom and Jerry,
12 7 tf
It has often been remarked by
Americans who have made a trip to
Europe that the foreign staple is su-
perior to that of the United States
manutacture, but in the cut and fit
_of_Qlothing foreign tailors stand no
chahce whatever with our home ar-
tists. Mr. D. F. Foley, with J. II.
Lloyd, is one of the best cutters in
the state, and his work has the repu
tation of being superior to many of
the fashionable clothiers of eastern
cities. ' £ 12 2tf
Notice is hereby given that by or-
der of the city council the time for
tlii. changing of all privies now in
as to conform to the earth
closet system, as per Ordinance No.
57, passed and approved September
22d, 1879, has been extended to Jan-
uary 1st, 1S80.
All persons who on that date have
not complied with the provisions of
said ordinance will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law.
12 12 tf W'm. Hardwick,
For the Holidays.
The Kentucky Whiskey Depot has
just been stocked up with some
choice old wines and brandies, pure
Kentucky whiskies, imported and
domestic cigars, and a general as-
sortment of desirable bottled goods
.•specially for the holiday trade.
DwhIhvs and heads of families are re-
spectfully invited to call and examine
our goods, which for quality and low
prices w<s believe are unsurpassed in
vt2-9tf Eppstbin Bros.
bccond keno establishment
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The burgage master'sassociation, be-
nevolent order, has sercral members in
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
will be Administered on next Sabbath
morning at the Presbyterian church.
II. S. D. Berry, M. D., physician and
surgeon, office and residence corner Bur-
net avenue and Main street, Denison,
Texas. 30 tf
A reccnt letter received from Hot
Springs, states that Mr. Leeper is im-
proving in health.
We are informed that Rev. Wright
will preach his farewell sermon next
Axes, a full and complete line of the
famous Collin's axes, the best in the
world, at J. P. Leeper & Co.'s 13 21 tf
••Bob," a negro, was taken to the coun-
ty jail Monday by Sheriff Everheart. He
is charged with wife beating.
The Globe-Democrat publishes the
names of those ladies receiving New
There are three thousand
We are informed that the widow of
Mr. Gideon E. Stevens was recently mar-
ried to a young man fully twenty years
The fire gave Dick Walsh a red nose.
We know it was the fire because Dick
Mr. J. T. Munson will furnish a valuable
ailicle for our holiday edition on the im-
provements in Denison for the past year.
Theiewillbe services at the Presby-
terian church Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday evenings of the present
One of the best workers at the fire in
Sherman yesterday was John Dickerman.
He is a member of the Sam Houston fire
The Denison gun club are making
great preparations for their new years
tournament. Twenty-five turkeys
Evening slips only 35 cents at Sher-
burne's. 12 28tf
The M. E church sociable takes place
this evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Dunn, on Sears street, near
Kniffin Bros, received a car load
Northern corn and brand yesterday.
12 30 it
Mr. Joe Linz received from Washing-
ton Saturday, a permit from the Secreta-
ry of the Interior to trade in all sections
of the Indian TerritoryT"
"Don Carlos," a Siberian blood-hound,
consigned to a U. S. officer at San An
tonio, passed through the city Monday.
The grand holiday ball by the Happy
Hours Social Club, took place in Gaines-
ville last evening at the courthouse.
Two couple went from Denison.
Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes in all
styles at Sherburne's. 12 28tf
Conductor Lasher, of the II. & T. C.,
informs the News that a desperado nam-
ed John Brown, was shot and killed at
Hearue, by the city marshal Saturday
The Texas and Pacific Railway Com-
pany are going to try the experiment of
Poring an artesian well near the depot in
Sherman. Work will soon commence.
Sunday the weather was delightful,
and more like spring than winter. The
jivery establishments were extensively
If you want a fresh glass of
Beer go to Yeidel's. 12 28tf
Charley Burkel, proprietor of the Del-
monico restaurant, is a father, but it baf-
fles our reporter to find out whether of a
boy or girl; however, he has our congrat-
" BLACK-DHAUGHT" uiake chills and
Tor sale by Guiteau Si Waldron.
Wright the book store man, who was
burnt out in Sherman yesterday, is ab-
sent in Leadville, Col. John Donaldson,
of this city, was conducting his business.
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Some idea can be formed of the
amount of game 6lain annually in the
Territory, when we state that over one
thousand deei hides have been shipped
from Muskogee this season.
The pump of the fire department at
the corner of Main street and Austin
avenue, which was out of repair, was
taken out Saturday and replaced by an-
n Christmas day Mux Eppsteln, the
handsome bookkeeper for the firm of
Eppslein Bro.'s Si Co., was presented
with an elegant shell-case gold watch,
the gilt of Joseph Beers an<l L. Eppslein.
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Duly two cases in the mayor's court
Monday morning. One was charged
with disterbing the peace and the other
with being drunk and disorderly. Two
dollars and costs in ench case. Both
proved to be cash customers.
Headquarters for holiday presents at
Slutzky's—-M. Golcjsoll's old stand, it
Fire-light hunting parties are so thick
in the Indian Territory that the trainmen
on theM., K. & T., mistake the lamps
for.the headlight of an engine and take '
the side track to let them pass. Large
numbers of deer and turkeys are bagged
Doctor Holder's heart was gladdened
a few days ago by the return ot the old
gray mare. This animal had been stolen
from the doctor and he had offered a re-
ward of fifty dollars foi the recovery of
the same. It'appears that she got away
from her captors and at once returned to
her old stamping grounds.
The republicans have 1!^^ / a conven-
tion to m^et in Sherman on r(ie morning
of January 1st. One object thc con-
vention will 1 e to start a pape? either 111
Denison or Sherman. The republicans
feel sore over the fact that theJC ,lave n0
organ in this section of the statS- where-
in th y may ventilate their views\ Talk-
ing Sunday with the piv/i-bu ,.airman
of the convention, he stated that a bitter
feeling prevailed against Darnall for dis-
posing of the Patriot. He claims that
there are 800 republicans in Gray-
son county who will subscribe for the
new organ to be started.
A party of immigrants passed though
the city Sunday who have traveled all the
way from Nebriska, near Lincoln City.
They were sixty one days making the
journey. One of their horses died on
the prairie near Muskogee, and they
were obliged to buy another at Gibson
Station. * '
Eveiy description of visiting cards can
be had at the Daily News job rooms, tf
The council meeting for January, 1880,
falls on hew year's day. The charter de-
clares it to be a legal holiday as far as
the mayor's court is concerned, but does
not mention this part in speaking of
council meetings. We expect the city
fathers will meet for a few minutes and
adjourn until some other day, as the 1st
day of January is considerable of a holi-
In Zadkiel's Almanac the noted astrol-
oger makes some prophecies for March.
The divorce courts will be busily occu-
pied, and many cases of cruelty to women
will be noted, for Venus opposes Uranus
on the 24th. The curious things con-
nected with all this nonsense are that
there are numbers who believe in its
prophetic wisdom, for Zadkiel's Almanac
has an enormous sale.
Liver pills contain arsenic: " BLACK-
DRAUGHT" is as harmless as tea or coffee.
Guiteau & Waldron's.
If you want a nice lamp, go to
Guiteau & Waldron. 129-1111.
A few ladies and gentlemen assembled
at the residence of Councilman Sweeney
on Crawford street Sunday evening, and
had a convivial time. Mr. Sweeney knows
how to make those feel at home who
inter his hospitable doors.
The balmy breeze from the south
which prevailed yesterday, suddenly
changed to a cold "norther" in the after-
noon, and the wind was blowing as chilly
last night as if it had just left the British
possessions of the north.
Buy your cigars at
12 28 tf
A collision occurred Sunday morning
between two freight trains on the II. T.
C. railroad, the first section of No. 7
running into the second section while
coming down what is known as the Den-
ison hill. The headlight and front of
the engine were broken. The caboose of
the first section suffered considerable
damage, and will be obliged to go into
the shops for repairs.
As soon as the news of the fire in
Sherman reached this city our gallant
fire boys got ready to go over and render
Sherman assistance, should they receive
a dispatch that their services were
A number of our citizens went over
about 10 o'clock on a freight train, Ely
conductor, and others took private con-
George Woods, formerly pressman in
this office, and one or two other colored
individuals, have rented some timber
land northwest of the city. They are
cutting cord-wood, which finds a ready
market in town. The land cleared of
timber will be used for garden purposes
next spring. We wish the boys well, for
they are hard-working and industrious,
and an example and honor to their race.
The editor returns his thanks to Mr.
II. Kuehn for a box ot fine cigars—'The
Pioneers," a new brand which his gro-
cery house, Messrs. Heidenheimer & Co.
of Galveston, are introducing in this sec-
tion. This excellent cigar will be found
on sale at Wood & Co.'s and by other
dealers in cigars and toboccos in the city,
and we advise smokers to give them a'
O ladies 1 whv don't you call at J. P.
Leeper Si Co.'s and provide yourselves
with nice flower pot bmckets? They are
the charmingest things out. 12 2itt
During the fire in Sherman a tramp
clapped a new hat on his head, selected
from the goods being removed from the
burning buildings, and threw away his
hU old one. Marshal Sam Bull had an
eye on the fellow, and in a few moments
quietly took possession of tbe propeity.
The last seen of the light-fingered gen-
tleman he was vainly searching for his
old hat ■
Visiting cards in every variety at the
Daily News job rooms. *8tf
Richard Sinclair, better known as
"Lamp Chimney Dick," is sporting a
bran new $25 suit of clothes, presented
to him by J. B. McDougall, ot the Bank
Exchange, as a slight token of his appre-
ciation of Dick's fidelity and the dignity
of his position. Dick's manly form is
now arrayed in purple and fine linen, and
he looks as complacent as a candidate for
Fresh oranges, lemons, figs, dates rai-
sins, and cocor.nuts, at the City Bakeiy.
12 21 tf
J. M. Lea has just received a beautiful
assortment of wall brackets and wall
paper. I2 2s 4t
Note from Lieutecant Leeper.
Fort Garland, Col., Dec. 22. 1879.
Editor Denison News:
Sir—Having seen a notice in your pa-
per that I had been tried by court martial
and dismissed from the service, I take oc-
casion to inform you thai you have been
grossly misinformed, and to state that I
was not tried by court martial at Fort
Hays, Kans., and am still in the service.
As an evidence I enclose a certificate to
this effect of an officer of my regiment.
Now as a publication of this kind is
manifestly injurious to my reputation, I
request that you will contradict the state-
ment in your next issue.
Hoping you will give this vour prompt
attention, I am ver> respectfully, etc.
M. Leeper, Jr..
First Lieut. 4th Cayalry.
I certify the above is correct.
W. V. Wilder,
First Lieut. 4th Cavalry.
A man named I-Ieywood was recently
shot in the Canadian river bottom, In-
dian Territory, under peculiar circum-
stances. Hey wood separated from lit
companions and struck out on his own
hook. While creeping in a growth of
underbrush he was mistaken for a deer
and fired upon ; the ball struck the right
arm Iracturing it. Heywood wore a
coon-skin hat and that was what brought
him into trouble. His companion was
certain that he was bringing down a deer.
The wounded man was carried to Eufauia
and his wounds dressed.
Tho Sherman Fire.
! A fire was discovered in the Sherman
Opera house about ten minutes to eight
o'clock Monday morning, which rapidly
spread through the building, and thence
I to Patty, Joiner St Co-' building 011 the
eat side, and J. T. Stinnett's on the west
side These buildings were soon wrap-
ped in flames. The building, occupied
by Wolf'gram's jewelry . store, was
badly damaged by water, but here
through the hurculenn exertions of
the fire laddies the fire was checked. The
east and soutli walls of George Dugnn's
building, occupied by the "C^T." sa-
loon, is badly cracked, and will probably
have to come down.
There was quite a strong wind blow-
ing feom the south and it was feared at
one time that the fire would cross the
street. The following is an estimate of
The opera house, owned by Henry &
Andrew.", valued at $12,000; insured for
$6000. Total loss.
Patty, Joiner & Co., wholesale grocers,
stock valued at $20,0001 halt saved; in-
Schewer, boot, shoe and hat store; loss
$2500; covered by insurance.
Louis Wolfgram, jeweler, loss in
moving goods, goods stolen, etc., about
$1000, $6000 insurance.
J. T. Stinnett in the building west ot
opera house, loss $5000; insured for
Miller 5i Green, in the building east of
the opera house, estimate their loss at
$1000; insured for $4500.
S. B. Wright. Postoffice Book Store—
stock valued at $3000; almost a total
loss. No insurance. ~~ T
Goben's photograph gallery was dam-
aged to amount of $200. No insurance.
Lawrence Jones, dealer in family gro-
ceries, lost in damage to stock by re-
moving same, about 8700; fully covered
The stock known as the postoffice drug
store, was nearly all destroyed. Mr.
Morris had sold out to Dr. Haney two
days before. The contract, however,
was only a verbal one. Loss $2000. No
Damage to the postoffice turniture,
drug store were in the opera house build-
Most of the documents, including mail
matter in'he postoffice, with the excep-
tion of the letters in the boxes, were sayed.
The postoffice, book store and Morris'
etc., probably $500; insured for $700.
Geo. Dugan estimates the damage to
the walls ot his building at $1500. Build-
It is not known how the fire originated,
but it is pretty-certain that it started near
tbe stage to the opeia house. The room
had not been occupied for some time.
Postmaster Darnall is of the opinion the'
fire was started in the rubbish under
stage, by matches taken there by the
so extremely selfish they would have j Mr> Tom Melton, one of the firemen,
seen, long ago, that the farineis who 1 was prc11y badly hurt by the falling of a
wall, but was able to be around in the
Carriages ! Carriages!!
Tigr.or & Mosse have in stock the
famous Oppenheim Jump-seat carriage,
lady's phaeton; also the model business
buggies tor business men, which thev
propose to sell low for cash. Come and
see them. 12 2Stf
The Courier says it wants the coun-
ty to bore an artesian well at the
county seat, that the farmers visiting the
city may not be compelled to come to
Dcnisan to get a drink ot water. Deni-
san has provided for the "farmers in this
respect, and when they come here they
find public wells free to all. It is the
penuriousness of the Sherman business
men we complain of. It they were not
Tfaomai Kutoo, • well ka
of Waco, is (topping «t the .
Miss Carrie Ring, of Paris, it
Miss Celia Harris.
William Campbell returna
Joe Beers left for th* south'-
ness trip Monday.
L. M. Bennett, of Chicago, traveling
in the interest of Mason Si Hamlin, Cabi-
net Organs, was in the city Monday.
Silas Babbitt, of the Chicago and Nort
Western Railway, passed through
city Monday, en route foi 2>an Ant
Dan Groman camr in from Gair
U. S. deputy marshal Tom Wr
rived from the South Monday.
Mr. D. Acren, conducting tr
business ot E. A Lingo & Co.,i
wright, was in the city Monday.
Joe Linz attended the bheru)
yesterday. Joe went over
Mr. Guitteau of the firm ofl
Waldrom, is expected home
so. He is much improved.
Rube Harris, tie cont
K. 4tV., was a passen,
from the north ye<"
C. M. Saxon, t'i
of the Philadelphia l">:sbyte
was stopping at the Plant
Dr. Roberts, of the In3
for Gainesville Mondaj
Beverly E. Her
& Co., of Shert);
his friends in <
""irning froi '.,. i
which has juj
Mr. and Mi
■ Rev.1 Pal-
have made them rich, had water in
abundance without being compelled to
pay for it.
Almonds, filberts, Brazil nuts, En-
glish Wainuts and pecans, at the Citv
Bakery. 12 21 tf
New Year Presents.
No doubt many of our readers are con-
templating making ore or more of their
friends presents on new yeai's day. To
all such we suggest that, they visit Mr.
Slutzky's jewelry estdblishment at the
old stand of M. Goldsoll. His stock is
all new. In the line of jewelry he has a
fine assortment of the latest and most
fashinable styles. He also carries a nice
•stock of gold and silver watches for ladies
and gentlemen. He has a splendid stock
of silverware to select f^pm.
A choice lot of candies just received at
the Citv Bakery, consisting of pure home
made candies, caramels of every kind,
mixed cai dies, stick candies, in fac; all
kinds and every kind for Christmas.
12 21 tf
The New York Weeklv Times contains
an article on Bob Ingersoll. Among \|-
other things it says "from his profession
and lectures he earns from $50,003 to
$75,000 a year, and spends most of it.
He gives away thousands for charitable
purposes, believing that when a man
saves he becomes selfish and Jjegiif-" 'a.
petrify. He h*a a host who
The file boys all did nobly. At one
time the water gave out, and at another
the engine became disabled. It was only
by the hardest kind of work that the fire
was checked before it rcached Levy's
Tignor & Mosse have just received
some new and stylish buggies and carn-
ages. These vefei*i0\s were made upon
honor, are warranted t<M*e constructed of
the best material and in a thorough work-
... - ."V mi _ - ' V'nncoc auu Iauautnt ftuuuo. w
manlike mannei, for serviced,The^.yce#-fcle(. fcr the center tab,e or mant|#..0
are low, considering the excellency of the '
:y h Webb, ot
Sabbath in the cit|
Dr. Cook, brotj
rived in the city i
acana Hills, Liml
Joe Eupt.-r attei,
Republicans of Grayson," connjj
most Earnestly invited to nlT'"'
convention in Sherman, Januil
to eleist county executive is
appoint delegate to state convent^
transact any other business that
of inierest to the party.
W L. WiLLIAflL.
Member State Rep. Ex. Otyg
12 30 2t
To Be Seen Only at Lea s.
Before selecting Christmas prey
drop in at Lea's Furniture Store .aj
amine his large collection of novu
China, porcelain and glasg, Pte
splendid rollectionMfrancy artVcl\;«
for us.esand^ornanjeJt. in Bohemir-^
QVnnese^anH Japanese goods, etp ^
The magnificent $1500 set of diamond
jewelry which has been on exhibition at
McDougall's several days, will be raffled
at Sherman new year's day. There are
a few more chances to be disposed of.
Forty years' trial has proved " BLACK-
DRAUGHT" the beat liver medicine in
For sale by Guiteau &vValdron.
We won't say that any of the boys who
went to the Sherman conflagration yes-
terday got. tight an firewater, but we
will say that they were the most jolly
crowd abo ' "'nr they .stalled home,
we tave «een in a month of Sundays.
are warmly attached t(vl}><m,
reputed in private life f> l e
us he is entertaining.
The telegram received In the city Mon-
day morning that*p. great fire was raging
in Sherman, the opera house in flames,
created great excitement. A large num-
ber ot citizens repaired to the depot, as
it was reported that a special train would
leaye for Sherman. The freight conduc-
tor received instructions to carry passen-
gers, and about twenty persons went
Euper's is the best place in town
to get fine fresh Baltimoie oysters.
Oysters served in any style. 12-7-tf
The Denison Cornet Band practiced
Sunday night in the Mayor's office. This
band lias remarkably improved within
the last few months, and if the members
continue to devote themselves to dilligent
practice, will compare shortly more than
favorably with the bands of neighboring
Yeidel has received a cool
hundred thousand more or less Cool
Smokes within the last 3 months,
ti 28 tf
John Poland brought over tram Sher-
and he i 'man Sunday a bufftjlo cow. Jofinnas
Muloveiable provided quarters for the buffalo in his
>il ' back-yard where it is now on exhibition,
free of charge.
is the largest stock in this line in the utj
Query: Why will people suffer with
indigestion when " BLACK-DRAUGHT^J^
will cure them?
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron-
If you want your watch repaired, «r if
you want to buy anything in the jewelry
line, go where you can get the best. P.
H. Slutzky keeps the finest stock in the
city . "-25'f
Woodyard offers further inducements by
greatly reducing the prices of all goods.
Go and examine his stock; he is suj||
pjeasc you in goods andpr^qt., ^
Wednesday night the Odd Fellows
ball takes place at the Alamo hotel. Ex-
tensive preparations are being made for
Husbands and fathers, do not persist
in kicking over tbe flower pots you find
sitting on a stool by the windows but
step into Leeper & Co's. and purchase
some of those nice brackets to set them
on, where they will be entirclj out of the
way. 13 ai-tf.
Which is cneapest.
A package of Dukr's Durham, contain
ing twettty pipe-fulls ot the best smoking
tobacco made, or one common cigar?
Each costs ten cents. 1 19 >y d&w
"Thev cure 1" What cure? Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral for a Cough, Ayer's Pills
for purgative purposes, and Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla for complaints that require an al-
When in want of pure Kentucky whis-
, kies call at Hanna's Drug Store and ask
for the well known brand, "Seal ot Ken-
pr - . — ■"
A.dWctftng boutos Jlfi^wings street,
east of Hv? paric, for rent. It contains
Tnree rooms and a kitchen, cistern, etc.
Apply at this office.
A circulating library of standard
novels and most popular work* of
fiction and magazines, will be open-
ed at the northwest corner Woodard
street and Armsti
tinuing on each i
and Saturday from-9-*. irn %o $ ff.tW"
Terms for 12 m<Witn<i;
do 6 do 2 00.
do 3 do x 50.
M*s C. L. Nelson.
Dkniso.v, Dec. 27. 1879.
12 28 6t*
One dollar's worth of "BLACK-
DRAUGHT" will save fifty "cfollar* in
For sale by Guiteau & Waldron
There are yet a tew nict pai lor,
stoyes left at Leeper .V Co's , t> 1
going rapidly, and no wond
ity and price are consider] *"
Get your p]
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Denison Daily News. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 260, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 30, 1879, newspaper, December 30, 1879; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327413/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.