Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 176, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 28, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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Jim Purr in Ills New Brick Quar-
A atoek man by the name of Rey-
nold* fell between two care at tho
atoek raid Friday night, and sus-
tained severe injuries.
The wife of Prolessor Sommer-
vllle loaves next wcok for Ateher-
son, Kansas. She will also visit St.
Joe, Mo., during her absence.
8 ewnf Green i’«w tor-.................1 Ou
• earn petohe* for.........................I 00
18 maekerrl lor-.............................$1.00
Other salt fish in proportion.
Vinegar pickle* at 40 cents per gallon
Other condiment? In proportion.
Lower than evor:
The Society Vorwaorts will given
musical entertainment at their ball
this evening. Only members and
their families and friends will be ad-
Bettor and Cheaper than olsowhore.
Cut this out and paste it in your
your market basket so that when
you go shopping you will he suro to
go to Gaisman it Co’s.
A subscription paper was circulat-
ed yesterday morning by a colored
man to raise sufficient funds to
whitewash tho cemetery fence. It
was signed by a number of citizens.
Division Supl., Herding, kindly
placed two oxtra passenger coaches
at the disposal of those of our citizens
who wished to accompany the Iowa
editorial party over tho D. & 8. E.
It is the pleasant duly of the
groat and good Hebald to announce
that Jim Par the boss liveryman
of North Texas is now in his new
brick quarters, corner of Main street
and Burnett avenue. This building
was erected especially for Mr. Parr
and is one of the largest and most
convenient stables in Ibis part of the
State. It will accomodate eighty
head of stock besides plenty'of room
for feed and carriages, Jim means
business—which is to say ho wiil
keep the best livery stable in Deni-
son or he will keep none. He now
has a good supply of line carriages,
good teams,a good stable and a good
location—is a good livery man, a
good business man—in fact is a good
clever gentlemen and everything
about him is as good as can be. The
great and good Herald trusts lie
may receive that patronage lie so
Aim Hanna returned Saturday moraine
irom St. Louis.
Prof. Harley, Ttohlmlngo academy was
In tbe city yesterday.
Mr. snd Mrs. W. J. Hughes will arrive
from Galveston on the evening train.
The Uxrald regrets to learn that Mrs.
Joe Perry is quite ill.
‘•Eff” Douglas, the next sheriff of
Graytou county, was In the elty yester-
For the election to be held on the first
Tuesday alter the first Monday In No-
vember (6th) 1878.
Superbly trimmod in tho very lat-
est styles. Tlioy can suit any taste
in noutly trimmed lints at tho Star
store. 4 28if
Dr. Goldy and J D Lltftsey, tivo well
known citizens of the Chickasaw nation
were In the city yesterday.
Cal vyateis, a stage driver for many
years on the “Old Santa Fe Route,” Is In
the city en route lor the Rio Grande.
Miss Lottie Taylor gave a "little folks”
parly Friday evening at the residence ot
her father oil Gandy street.
Mrs. Smith, wife of II. Smith, M., K. &
T. freight and ticket agent at a Atoka, I.
T., Is in the city, visiting friends.
Rev. H. II. Hull fctiirncd from the Na-
tion yesterday evening. lie reports that
a large number of men at work in the coal
mine3 near Atoka.
OUR PEPPER PILLS.
Sour grapoa—He can’t go to the
big show at Paris, and call* it Im-
Your reasoning Is wrong my love,
Your meaning, Susan, Is not clear,
Although you are my own sweet dove;
You’re not Sue-logical, my dear.
Snipkins says that while he is
disposed to be charitable, he has
como to tho conclusion to quit re-
lieving hungry tramps, lor 'I lie
feeds every suppli-cant the supply-
can t hold ou*.
THE FLAG STORE f
Apostiophc toil super
Your scant array.
Of(f)loeks so stray.
Doth speak the flight of time
And soliw you’ve pasture prime.
Tho wealthy man toots a horn ol
plenty, but the poor man’s is a des-
Don’t fail to see tho beautiful lino
nt the Star store. 4 28tf
Our Public School Pic-Nic on
At the regular charter election of the city
of Denison, Grayson county, Texas, on the
second Monday (10th day) iu June, A. D„
Twenty-seven car loads of cattle
arrived from Houston yesterday,
destined tor Gregory, Cooley & Co.,
E arc authorised to announce O. E.
O’ilALEV, a candidate for this office.
co uxtv a xxo uxcemexts.
Fans front 5-ccnts to 815, also tho
finest stock of parasols at astonish-
ing low ju ices at Goldsoll’s. *
’TTT’E are authorized tb announce A. R.
W ANDREWS a eanidate for this
"ITT'E are authorized to announce E. G.
TV DOUGLASS a candidate for this
office, subject to the decision of the Dem-
ocratic county convention.
Four car loads (800) sheep arriv-
ed in ilio city Friday evening from
Waco. They H'o consigned to W.
W. Bonsley,S(. Louis.
FOR COUNTY CI.KllK.
fTTE are authorized to announce G. A.
TV DICKEKMAX a candidate for this
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
A letter lor you iu the
■Clothing for heavy men at Gold-
Wo are informed that 100 moro
bands can find employment on the
R. R. & R. G.
A fool-hardy cuss eat thirty-two
eggs at one sitting in this city yes-
tcrJay on a wager.
The “original Texas Joe,” a some-
what noted character, was “euliihoos-
ed” by Marshal Hardwick yesterday
morning tor disturbing the peace.
A. R. Collins it Co., yesterday,
made an exchange of John G.Kotch-
ems’ properly in Toledo, Ohio, for a
farm west of Denis mi about two
Joo Quinn has just received at hi*
market a large lot ol prime fresh
Mr. Ray millet tho contract for
Friday wus a day of unusual in-
terest to tho pupils of our public
school. At about 9 o’clock a. m.,
they ussemblod at tho school build-
ing, not iu tho pursuit ol knowledge,
howevor, but pleasure. It was in
pursuance ot arrangements previous-
ly made, for a grand public school
Tho procession, about 250 strong,
under the command of tho entire
corps of teachers, marched directly
lo a beautiful and romantic spot,the
properly of Sam Cook, esq., just
west ot Hint gentleman’s elegant res-
idence. Arriving at tho pic-nic
grounds, tho pupils, under tho di-
rection ot their respective teachors,
selected suitablo rallying points to
which they could bo brought at a
moments notice, utter which they
indulged freely in such amusemonts
as tho occasion suggested.
Tho pupils deported themselves
admirably, both on the line of march
and at tho grounds, no incident hav-
ing occurrod during the day that
Col. Lem Rcvuokls, senator from Pano-
la comity Chickasaw nation, was in the
city yesterday, a guest of George Bennett.
James Bendy, of the U. S Revenue de-
partment arrived in the city yesterday
from Dallas. He informs the Herald
thre was great excitement In Dallas when
he left over a supposed plot to rescue the
J. W5 Slosson lias been appointed so-
lieiting, freight and passenger agent for
die M., K. & T. with headquarters at
Denison. Jim, accept the Herald’s con-
Custom Made Shoes.
All sbnpos and sizes, styles and
prices. The very best assortment
and most durable and stylish at the
Star storo. 4 28t(
Two moro reckless young follows
wero swept over the rapids and
drowned recently at Niagara Falls.
They had grand courage but Falls
notions of navigation.
For fine turtle soup fiont 12 m. to
8 p. m. to-day go to C'hns. Durckel's
Cosmopolitan Restaurant. *
A. II. Richardson,of Linn county,
Mo., passed through the city yester-
day with his family consisting of
eighteen children—twelve boys and
six girls. Tho oldest child, a son, is
forty-five years old. They wore en-
roll to tor settlement in Cook county.
Of every shade and style from
standard makers at thepopulnr Star
store. 4 28t
Boots, Shoes, etc.
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OCR WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS.
LAIDIES KID GLOVES BEST IN TIIE MARKET
BOYS, AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING
PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE OCR GOODS BEFORE
l’URCHASlNt i ELSKW11 ERE.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
August Duluard wishes to inform
those needing, or expecting to need,
clothing made in tho latest and best
styles, to call at his tailor shop just
opened at 118 Main sired 3 2G-tf1
CHESS, CfiRLEY £ CO-
I'ropriclorM Grout South era
Call at J. M. Hills merchant tail-
oring establishment and examine his
last invoice of tine pieco goods and
j the out stone work for his new I detracted in tiie least from tho res-
j building to J. W. Scott yesterday, j portability of the enterprise. So
j Mr. Scott is the young gentleman j completely wore the pupils under
At the school children’s pic-nic
yesterday the amusements wero di-
versified by the election ol a King
and Queen ot Grace and Minds ot
Honor. By tho Third grade, Mrs.
Phillips, teacher, Master Fiank Al-
exander was elected King, Miss Eu-
genie Yoidol Quoonand Mieses Fan-
nie Picton and Julia Siott Maids of
Honor, and by the Fourth grade,
Mrs. Coleman, teacher, Muster Clay
Ledrick was elected King, and Miss
Cora Kaufman Queen of Grace. A
full report of tho joyous occasion
appears elsew here in to-dny’s issue
ot tho great and good 1Iekai.i>.
It is almost too warm weather to
think of hell, but the Rev. Graves
will throw on some moro fuel to-
night at tho M. E. church.
Society Youwaeuts—The mem-
bers of Turner section of'above soei
-ety will meet this evening at 5
o’clock on sho Vorwaorts grounds.
J. A. SUPER, Turowart.
50,000 pioce* of enrihroiderise
whito or coiorod at New York pri ces
at Goldsoll’s. *
who prepared tbe stono tor —,
trout of Fred Mullers new buildings.
Childreu's Straw Hats.
At the Star store.
The fifty-eigth anniversary ot the
I. O. O. F. was ol served in n bo
coming tnannor by the members of
tho order in this city. Speeches
were made and a grand supper g;v-
en at the Cosmopolitan restaurant.
The lodge is in a flourishing condi-
It was not B. O. Harrison who
the I tho control of their leat hers, that,
wlion tho order was given, at 3
o’clock, to start for homo it was
promptly, though no doubt, reluct-
antly, obeyod and all returned in
To Prof. Werner and many citi-
zens, tho pupils and teachors are un-
der great obligations for a barrel of
excellent lemonade, kindly and con-
siderately sent to the grounds at
noon. This contributed greatly to
the enjoyment of all present, and in
connection with the ample provis-
ion raado for dinner it can be truly
Our lady readers seould not tail
to seo these beautiful goods at th
Star store. 4 28t
largo stock of Now Groceries
received, at G. L. Gier-
Ho! Eon texas!—A. R. Collins
will open an office in Denison to en-
gage in tho Land business, and will
devoto special attention to locating
land certificates and colonies upon
tho choice farmingand grazing lands
of the “Pan Handle.”
Having had five years experi-
ence in this branch of business—par-
ties entrusting him with their busi-
ness, can rely on his promptness, ac-
curacy and reliability. lie will
start a parly tor dial secti-'ti in May.
Ho has tlio most thorough knowl-
edge of-tho lands m Grayson and
adjoining counties, and has already
located li and rods of families about
this section. Hois live, wide awake,
energetic and wo wish him success.
New novelties in tho niillinnry
line, at Mrs. Ballow. *
Mereliaiits arc packing up and
leaving Fort Griffin. The post will
be abandoned by the government.
We understand that F. C. J. Lob.
erman will soon engage in the li-
quor business again.
Call at tho New Drug Store, next
door to Sherburne, for any thing
you want in tho drug lino
To suit any complexion and style.
Pie-nie bats a specialty at tho popu-
lar Star store.
Mrs. Ballow is receiving constant-
ly a New Stock of Millinary goods.*
Harper, a well known colored
barber, died of consumption yester-
cbildrcnsandrais.se* shoes, all col-
ors at Goldsoll’s. *
Ed. Peary lias bought Cftpt. Dis-
muWes property known as “Fair-
view Villa’, now occupied by Con-
ductor Bunts of the M. K. & T.
Taney Dress Silks.
The largest und most carefully
selected stock in the market nt the
Star store. 4 28tf
Wbat might huvo proved a disas-
trous fire, wns nipped in the bud by
the timely action of “one of the
hands” who at the first alarm climb-
ed to the roof of Lloyd k Sampson’s
mill, and with a pail of water ex-
tinguished tho flames which resulted
from the settling of a spark on the
Members of Crystal Spring Lodge
I. O. G. T. No HID are requested to
meet nt their hall inonday evening
was elected vice president of d'0 said that no one left tho grounds
Tcmpetei.ee union, on Wednesday i ci,licr iiungry or thirsty.
night, but a young man mimed llan-1 __
son whose front name we know) Summer silks,Grenadines, Knick-
not, erboekers and trimmings to match
--»—- i at Goldsoll’s. *
Hoys Linen Suits. I _ —
Ju*t the things and all parents: Next Friday evening n grand vo-
should see thorn at tho •J'®1’! col and instrumental contort will be
given at Nolan Hull under the aus-
Wo looked in at Goldsoll’s cloth- J picos of the German Society Vor-
irig department yesterday and found , wttor|S> The following named la-
them all busy sellinx their nobliy ! , ‘ , ,
goods at hard lime prices. j d,es volunteered to ns-
__-r 1__ jsist: Mrs. Dr. Achoson, Miss Lillie
The Philadelphia Times of the Andrews, Mrs. Schulze, Mrs. W. J.
19lh instant gives the particulars of j Scott, and Miss Maud Grubbs will,
the arrival of a car load of dressed ou this occusion, give some of her
beef shipped from Hannibal, Mo. j recitations. Tho Vorwaorts Orehos-
O. B. Kono returned from a trip
to Fannin county Friday evening.
Mr. Kono informs tho Herald that
they have had splendid rains in (lie
section visited by him, tho crops
look thrifty and tho tanners ex-
pect large yields, lie nlso gives
the Herald the particulars of a sad
accident which happened lat Thurs-
day on Red River about twenty-
live miles below Denison. A fisher-
man by tbe namo of Yonce, while
adjusting a seine, stumbled and fell
from Ids boat into the river and was j
drowned. Tbe body of tho unfor-
tunate man was recovered on tbe
following day. Yonco leaves a wife
and family to mourn bis untimely !
G. L. Gier-a’s is tho plnco to buy
cheap groceries. 4-28-1 w
C. R. Eupor will lrivo enough
Ice cream for all to-day.
Twenty-five boxes ol Oranges
just received ut C. R. Enpei’s. *
Fresh Black berries,
D. F. Foley,
is at Hanna's.
cutter in cloth
Producers and Refiners of Pe-
troleum and llralenilu
General Cilice. Louisville, Ky.
Wo keep constantly on hand nt our
Denison station large stocks of coal
oil, turpentine, lubricating oils, Ac.
which wo offer to tho trade at lower
prices than was ever before known in
Hanna is selling more Paints,
Lead und Oil than any other house
in Grayson County. If you aro
you aro painting don’t fail to sec
him before you buy. 3 24(f; Texas. Our stock consists of
1 Pratt’s "H:iih:mt"oll In eases
A lot of white lend just received “ “Astral” “ “ “
at Aehcson’s drug store, which will 1 ll< n<lli<zlit 175° lest in barrels or cases
bo sold cheap for cash. *
Sum lard I IU-’
Prime White 150“
Budweisor lager is the finest und 1 oil
best summer drink in tho market
and John J. Collins always keeps
I)r. Gen. Williams has in his em-
ploy Ed. S, Richardson, of Dal, a,
first-class druggist and prescription
Amber Miirlilm-ry oil “ “
Standard (tV Va) Lubricating oil.
Shield’s axle tdrrcsc.
Sond for quotations and ho con-
vinced that wo can and will sell
cheaper than tiie same goods enrrho
laid down born St. Louis, Cleveland
dork. Give those gentlemen your or New York. E.T. Hathaway,
patronage. 3 31tt 4 2 1m Mnn’gr, Denison, Tox.
If you would wear the latest styles 1 “ ’
in Clothing, you must call ut llun-i
nu’s and leave your moasuro 3 4tf j
1 have 300 cords of good seasoned
wood cut before the sap raised, will
EGGS, deliverd either into stove or coni
at Guisman & Co’s.
Ablon dried rnspbrrios,
Aldcn dried black berries.
A Idea dried apples,
Aldcn dried corn,
j wood at 81.00 per load. Leave nr-
; dors at post office. Lock box 190
Remember Wood & Co.
have everything you want In tho
At Gaisman k t’o’s.
AIden dried Lima Bean grocery lino, and aro selling very
4 21 lw
Pi y ties.
The handsomest and most fash-
ionable lino over brought to tins
city at tho Star store. 4 28tf
Get the best always, which o
j will do by going to J. J. Collins’ to
Budweisci’s Lager Beer. 4 2 (it
E. G. Douglas announces himself
Shirts, Shirts, Shirts.
Those iu want of shirts should call
at Hanna's and. examine his Dia-
mond line of shirts. 4 3tf
The long desired remedy found
to prevent Billions or nmlorinl at-
lacks. It will do it! It will cure
dyspepsia and prevent nil functional
candidate tor the office ol Sheriff | dVraiiginonts of tho stomach and liv-' w|^7(^un.itura'sf,(luid‘im repair”
er to he laid at Hannas Drug Store. j
Try it and you will I my it—Iliingn
rum Water. 8 2ltt.
FlHNITi’ltE ItlCl'AI KING,
The season of the year has
The most fashionable patterns
genuino lace at ho Star store. 4 291f
of Grayson county. He has occu-
pied the position of deputy-sheriff,
and performed the duties ol that of-
fice meritoriously and lo the entire
satisfaction of tl-.c citizens id the
county. His prospects nre better
than those of any candidate vet in
j the field, and if elected will prove
an efficient, pains-taking and satis
of i factory odb or.
LADIES HEAD THIS.
GAISMAN & CO.
ADDLES! ADDLES!! ADDLES!!!
Aldcn dried Wine Saps.
Aldcn dried Sweet Cider,
Aldcn dried l’ippins,
Aldcn dried GenitonV,
Aldcn dried Pouches,
Aldcn dried Hen Davis.
and renovated. Messrs. Hurt-
week & A miner are now ready to
repair, repaint,burnish and oil every
class and description of furniture nt
reasonable rates. Take your old
furniture to their shop on Woodard
street and Rusk avenue. 4 5tf
Killed l>y a Falling Tree.
The bool was six days in transit and
arrived in good condition.
Children's Linen, Saits.
Something new, nobby and novel
at tho Star storo.
tin will piny Bohemian Girl, Medley
Overture, William Tell, Stradellu,
solos and duetts. Aflor the concert
a hop will lako place.
Rev. Graves, Evangelist,
It is no use for yau spending your
wjU j tlmo looking where you enn’t buy
, , ... , , i I good goods cheap, but go right to
preach (prov.dcd he don t change feoldl*ira nnd will f, linJpy.
ids mind again) on the subject ol .
Hell, at tliti M. E. Church this even- j The Herald Is grieved to record
ing. On Monday evening, lie will j the illness of Mrs. Sam. Star, Mrs
give bible readings on the doctrine ! S. Knufman, and Mrs. E. E. Lattn,
of Heaven. At 4:30 p. in. Mrs.; hut hopes soon lo record the rocove-
Graves will hold a children’s meet- ry of (ho invalids all.
ing at tbe M. E. Church.
Last Wednesday, Edward Bond,
aged fifteen, was felling u tree about
one mile from Collinsville. Just as
tho troo was about to fall, William
Stcenburg, aged twenty years, who
wns standing near, was cautioned by
tho chopper to take care. Stcen-
burg, instead of running out of the
way went under tho tree, when ho
saw it coming put up his arm to
You will find at the Star store,
Piques, “ (ii 8e,
Kid Gloves, “ 50c.
Ladies’ llem-st’tolled handker-
chiefs, " (a 00c per dozen.
Ladies’ Hose, 12-puir for 81.00.
Jaconet Edging, 50c per yard.
Bear in mind that tho Star storo
cannot bo undersold. 4 28tl
Charles Lease, a druggist, ol 20
years’ experience, can bo found at
Aclicson’s drug storo. *
About this tinio of the year many
people aro in the litihit of proclaim-
1 their intention of cutting down ex-
penses. They who are sincere will
prove it by buying grocoriesof Gais-
inmi He Co. Those who mean noth-
i ing by it will probably buy their
The latest tiling in lho shirt lino
at Hanna’s the morc-hant tailor.4 1 tl
Just received, a full lino of spring
stylo ncelt-ties at Hanna’s. 4 3ll -
That most ingenious of artisans,
Joe Hcllcsroider, can do anything
ho wants to with tino metals; on
shield his head, hut was knocked short notice, Joe perfected a pencil
down nnd instantly killed. Young
Stcenburg has an uncle living in
Denison, who is our informant.
2!Mli lor election
4 25 .'it.
Before purchasing clsowhnrn call'
at M, Singer’s V - v Dr- ’hi«l«
Store. 1 2Sd
Attention is called to the announce-
Wc notice by yesterday morning’s i incut made iu our to day’s issiio, of
News that llarry Johnson contra- j G. A. Dickeriunn, whose candidacy
diets the local which appeared in : for re-election is thus made known,
this paper to the effect that ho had j Mr. Diokorman is n faithful and offi
disposed of his properly to couditc- eicnt officer and will probably bavo
tor Warner, of tho M., K. k T. Wo no opposition for tho office of Coun-
liavo the assurance of two gentle-! ty Clerk.
inonMiut they were so informed by :
STRANGE BUT TRUE!
Tho warmer tho woathcr,
The colder the beer, at
Yeidel’s Sample Room.
Mr. Johnson on several occasions.
We keep the boat stock of
and colored shirts also shirts
to order at GoldsolD*.
The largest variety nnd
stylos at tho Star Store.
Tropical fruits in great profusion
land magnificent luxuriance, are bo-
ing received by Gaisman k Co., the
enterprising grocers. They bavo
the luscious banana tho fruity pine-
apple, the liehly flavored orange,
Shceder k Beebe’s gun store is
tbe place to get guns, pistols, seines,
seine twine, trot-line, stazing tish
books of all sorts, trailing spoons,
joint and cane rods, cartridges, pow-
der and shot and everything else in
their line, rifles nmdo to order; re-
pairing ami loekgmilhing neatly and
promptly done. *
bolder for one of tho editorial stuff
of tbe great and good IlKRALIi which
excels anything of the sort we have
overseen. Joo is an artificer with-
out artifice, and a vnlimblo adjunct
lo tho popular house of M. Goldsr.ll
The Most Stylish,
K. II. Ilanna, the merchant tailor
Spring! Spring! Spring! ; received a full lino of tho celebrated
Manhattan Diamond Lino shirts.
Has arrived and so has Ilunnn « , T( „ 0 ulcst thlng )n the
Spring styles m piece goods. 3 4 tt j ^ ]i|10 evcl.' bro(lghl ,0 th|» city.
Budweiscr’s lager is entitled )0 ; 1 hoy are all well made from a faull-
tlio “blue ribbon” for being tho best less pattern, an t aro warranted to
tempernneo drink in use. Cull at J. *it- Go and see them; they nre go-
J. Collins and try it. 4 26tf >"K llliC ll0t Cl>l<<!1^ 4 2lf
_ J V—. liAZAAlt OF FASHION.
Ready for Orders.
August Duluard, tho merchant I Mrs. Slimson is pleased to say to
tailor, at 113 Main street, is now tho ladies of Denison that she lis* a
•endy to accommodate those wish- largo stock of millinery, which,when
ing custom made clothing in the they visit Sherman sho would bo
latest and most approvedstyle.3 2itf happy to have them call and see.lltf
LUNCH EXTRAORDINA RY!
Galveston Bay Fish
and other delicacies too numerous to
and the useful ornamental and pala- mention, this morning, at 5 cnlol s
treble lemon. Go to Gaismnn k •"'iimplo Loom.
incrl'f New Ih ; (i
in prices at M.
mils Moitvl 251/
Co’s., for anything you may want in ,
!:'> grocery line.
Call at G. L. Giersa’s for cheap
irmly groceries. 4 21 l w
It you want tho finest old Bour-
bon whisky ever brought to this
market go to the Kentucky whisky
An elegant lino of perfumery, soaps ! A LARI),
and all otuor toilet articles used in j 8t. Louis, Nov. lo, 18i8
this market on sale at Williams drug j We hereby give notice to the pub
lie in general, that Messrs. Eppstoin
tl,0le’ , _ ’ ‘ j Bros., of Denison, aro tho only au-
Honry Clay, Morning Call, Gold- tliorizcd agents for our Bottled Boer
en I’loeeo, InfatilWonder,Babies,No j for tho city of Denison. We high-
Bins Ultra, etc , only o cents a piece ly recommend the above named firm
at Louis Lehreeht’s. 4-lfill to the patronage of tho public.
Open and RcJTfor Business. A™r & Co’s. Brewing A.-
August Duluard’s merchant tailor lon’ m
shop is now open. Those wishing Mothers, Mothers, Mothers,
clothes mndo up in tho latost style j)on’t fail to l.rocuro Mrs.Wins-
and cut ol the best goods will give |ow>„ S„othing Syrup for all disea*,
him a cull. ^___ ° . os of teething in children. It ro-
ll Francis Murphy hail confined , Moves tho child from pain, etna*
himself to Biuhveiscr lager for n wind colic, regulates the bowel",and,
stimulant and tonic lie never had by giving relief and boaltb to the
been a (Iriiukaid. .1. .1. Collins child, gives rest to the inothor.
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Burson, J. W. Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 176, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 28, 1878, newspaper, April 28, 1878; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth721066/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.