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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 November 1878

« . « 4 * i. V.' T f 1 v * 4 V *> * Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. H. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. ThU is the only dip that adds to tlfe stiple and value of wool. It will cure the most obstinate cases—diluted 150 part* hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS. Book Sent Free to Sheep Growers. ^■EXTHAr^ lajSCftNAOfiRft Address, S. ,H KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles, so cents a package. Horsemen use S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S Army and Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Remedv in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaha Neb. 8-1 w lyr. THE WINKELMEYER EEER. WE WISH TO CALL THIS AT tention to the fact that we have commenced bottling our Celebrated Lager Bser, and are now prepared to inert the in- creased demand tor that article 'the reputation of our Beer and its well known ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 November 1878

|.,?V mm* i i I ( E L y & : it m gJrWS, dknihon. SUNDAY MOKNINQr. I JOHN WY MAN'S EXPERIENCE. How He Secur««l a Homestead lu Kbukiu, Under the United States Homestead law any person 521 years of age and over, male or female, native or foreign born, —married women excepted—may ob- tain 160 acres of Government land on payment of $14 fees, and after a resi- dence of five years on the land can have a clear deed of it from the Government. After six months' residence, if it be pre- ferred, the person may get a deed on payment of $200, and no further resi- dence is required. Soldiers may deduct time spent in the service of the Union, not to exceed three years, from the five. By the Preemption Act any person over 21 years of age—except a married woman—may take 160 acres of Govern- ment land on payment of $£ fees, and after residing on it six months, or for any time not exceeding three years and a half, may get a deed on payment of $200, and giving evidence of settlement and improvement....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 November 1878

I* f > t r ■*") * •« A ®hc ilailir |lturs. dkxison. SUNDAY MORNING. Ik li «. \ X nt *\ * v> A *r I ■ r tl r < > • * v ? Kt 'i I 1 tj L t SLOTTE11 SAT ISFIED. Bon Slotter was, without doubt, the biggest man in our village. He had the biggest head, feet and fists. Physically his head was nearer heaven than any of the other heads; morally it was certain- ly not. He was the greatest eater, the greatest drinker, and, according to his own account, the best fighter all around about. Concerning his superiority as an eater and drinker many folks could bear witness, but no one could speak positively with regard to his abilities as a pugilist. Occasionally in a brawl some-unlucky rustic found Blotter's fist in some part of his face,or on some por- tion of his head, whore there was no proper accommodation for it; but as the unfortunate receiver, always being a much smaller and weaker man, never questioned Slotter's right to strike him, and seldom attempted to return the compliment, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 November 1878

$he |paily IJewa. DENISON. SUNDAY NOV. 10. 1878. New piece goods just received at Foley's, tlie merchant tailor. 9,1 vv Guiteau & Waldron have a full stock of drugs and patent medicines —pure and fresh. 3'^ • Fresh family groceries of all des- cription just received at J. E. Stree- pers', on Main street, the second door west ol Houston avenue. 9,iw Peach and Honey at Yeidel's. Try Yeidel's imported rum. 8tf Stf Finest line ol perfumes in the city at Guiteau & Waldron's. 3tf Call at J. E. Streeper's new gro- cery establishment for your goods. Main street, second doo r west of Huston avenue. 9,iw Dr. W. M. Naglb, Physicjan and Surgeon, Office at Live Drug Store, Denison Texas. 10 4-tf M. B. Church Entertainment. The ladies of the M. E. church will gi\e an entertainment at the church on Thursday, Nov. 14th. There will he mu^ic, tableaux, and Madame Jarley's Wax VVoiks. Stf For Bent. The brick store house under ths News office, lately occupied by Dr. Hanna. Applyto I3tf It is re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 November 1878

rwii Tiyir iiiwiiwhi a jy t *.; M ^ V IF ♦ > V | | l r r < '\ v«r ' *rp-f «' / !%■ "?T«SfoW 5* Ma § . 'J -IT—ICBM IIIHI Will ll""l flcntsoti Oaiitj Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning. November 12,1878. No. 223. No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements; I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This isundoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods fc r, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth. 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard. New styles of worsted dress goods that arc worth 25 and 30 cents, you can buy now at M Singer's tor 16 t-2 to 20 cts per yard. All sha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 November 1878

Attorneye-«t-l w CHICAGO. Hotel* and Restaurants. X'he Hatty Items. DENI80N. TUESDAY NOV. u, iR?8. The H. & T. C. have appointed four traveling agents for the Noith and East, to look after their iucteas ed emigration interest*. II. P. Hughes, passeitgtr agent of the M., K. & T. lus been lecturing on the beauties of the Indian Teiri- tory at Galveston. It is said that this year's wheat crop will reach at least 400,000,000 bushels, while the Corn crop will not fall far short, if any, of 1,800,000,- 000 bushels. A new issue of coupon tickets has been placed on sale \ i * the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad, changing at Vinita, in the Indian Territory, and going through to St. Louis, via Springfield, Pierce City, Rclla, etc. The Bonham News says there is talk of throwing out the vote of Honey Giove and Ladonia, on the ground that the count was not con- tinued without interruption until completed. At ea.h of tnese boxes the election officers counted part of the vote that n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 November 1878

'11 O r1-' fV-A * * r t i -d" ■• Scab and Ticks IN SI1EEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. II. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pent. Till* is the only dip that adds to the staple and value of wool It will cure the most obstinate cases—diluted 150 part* hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS ilook Stint Free to 6h«i'|i Growers. jff Address, S. .II KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. .<0 cents a package Horsemen use S. H. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S Army and Veterinary Surgeons The Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F- GOODMAN, General Agent, Omah< Neb. 8-1 w lyr. THE WINXEIMEYER BEER. iN: fit' £ mal „ l/nnaf0ffu m. ms ic' WE WISH TO CALL THE AT tentinn to the fact that we have commenced bottling our Celebrated Lager Beer, and are now prepared to meet the in- creased dcwutul 'or thai nr'tclc the reputation of our Beer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 November 1878

"4Wj Wmfrfv l«i m 'JThc |lnuy Slews. " UBNISON. TUM1MV.. NOV. 13. 1S7S. Try Yeidel's imported rum. Stf Finest line ol perfumes in the city at Guite<iu & VVah'ron's. 311' New piece yooils just received at Foley's, tbe merchant tailor. 9,iw Cough medicines of all kinds at Acheson's. 10,2^ Fresh drugs always on hand al Hanna & Co.'s drug store in the Muller block. lotf A nice assortment i>f fresh candies received at Rowley & Hallenlwck's City Bakery. io,2t Maple sugar syrup and buckwheat just leceiveu at Wood & Co.'s. 11 10 tf. Dr. \V. M. Naglu, Physician and Surgeon, OlHce at Live Drug Store, Denison Texas. 10 4-tf The weather prophets are predict- ing a long, severe winter. Five dollars that you can buy the best Gent's shoe in Texas, warranted at Sherburne's. lotf We regrent to leatn that our friend P. S. Brown, is suffering from an attack of tarantula juice. Dr. Neely Thompson, who hail a paralytic stroke Saturday, is a little better. The Presbyterian social wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 November 1878

r'-M -rr-rrrr—rr —sr-ratrterrr: cnison Daily ftrtos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. November x3.1878. No. 2^5. | 4J 111 f ■ A V « ■; /f r;t VVf r* 4 jf • I '"pill No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest profit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chunce only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of'the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard. New style^fif worsted dress goods th it arc wortt^5 and 30 cents, you can buy now at M Singer's tor 16 1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 25, 30. 40 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 November 1878

J.. • • • \r, ite'Vv The Baity flews. OUNIHON. WEDNESDAY NOV. 13, 1878- Congressional Elootions. o As near as can be determined with- out the official count, the congres- sional elections have resulted as fol- lows : Alabama S democrats, no change- Arkansas 3 democrats, i doubtful. Colorado 1 republican, democratic loss, x, republican gain, I. Connecticut 3 republicans, i democrat, democratic loss, 2, repub- lican gain, 2. Deleware 1 democrat, no change. Florida 1 democrat, 1 doubtful. Georgia 9 democrats, no change, Illinois 13 republicans, 6 democrats, republican gain, 3, dem- ocratic loss, 3. Indiana 6 democrats, 6 republicans, 1 greenbacker, demo- cratic gain, 3, republican loss, 3. Iowa 7 republicans, 2 greenback, republican loss, 2. Kansas 4 repub- licans. no change. Kentucky S dem- ocrats, 1 republican, 1 doubtful, democratic loss, 1, republican gain, 1. Louisiana 6 democrats, demo- cratic gain, 1, republican Joss, 1. Maine 3 republicans, 3 greenback, republican loss, 2. Mary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 November 1878

" 1 •i r~ v Scab and Ticks IN SIIEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. H. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicates the pest. This in the only dip that adds to the st.iplc and value of wool. It will cure the most obstinate cases—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. Packed in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS. llook Sent Free to gli«f]i Growers. EXTR^f CAHADCfeft Address, S. .H KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb S. H. KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. 50 cents a package. Horsemen use S. II. KENNEDY'S Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S' Army and Veterinary Surgeons. The Best Healing Remedy in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omahn Neb. 8-1 w iyr. THE WIMKELMEYER BEER. Dying and Cleaning At Moody's, on Onwford utrcrt.op- posite Cameron House. Satirfac- ion guaranteed. WE WISH TO CALL THE AT tention to the fact that we have commenced bottling our Celebrated Lager Beer, and are now prepared to meet the in- creased ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 November 1878

*" ''tih s %he Sail** 3}cxits« IJKIVISOIN. WEDNESDAY NOV. 13. 1878. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. TRAINS. St. Louis Kxpress... m. No. t No. y No. 5. No. 7. Bxprcs* Freight No. y. Freight* No, 11. Freignt Chicago Kxprcss.. Way Freight.... No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No. 10. No. 13. St. Louis Express... Chicago Express... Way Freight Exp res k Freight.* •• Freight Freight arrive. is .15 a. m. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 r. m. 4 :oo a. m. S-SS **• M. 2 .oo a. m. depart. 4 :oo a. m. 3:45 p. m. 4 :ao a. m, y 55 r- M 8:00 a. m. ia:i5 p. n, • ivus \r .Lrthe MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. i arrive. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. 3:15 p. m. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex \\ 4 ;oo a. m, No. 5. Stock Train I 2:15 p. m. No. 7. Through Freight... | 8:15 a. m, i depart. No. 3. Texas, Kansas «% Chicago Ex. 11130 a. m. No. 4. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§ 12:45 a« m< No. o. Stock Train .....«• 4:00 p. m. No. 8. Through Freight.....••••••• .| 5:00 a.m. DENISON A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 November 1878

■ ,:y,7 n,/; f? * 'A?"' ,: '' ; 11 H ■1 L.i.tU.'.l...J, kl > Is fc * V * v i denison Daily Mctos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. November 14,1878. No. 226. No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the season and dull time* I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducement*: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods'ftr. and I would like to draw the attention of ail our Lady and Gentle- tnen friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cent*, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard . 1 ! New styles of worsted dfess goods th it arc worth 25 and 30 cents; voti can b iv now at M Singer's tor 16 t-2 to 20 cts per yard. All (.hades of flannels which are worth from 2$. 30...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 November 1878

I, -V.7V;- ^ ■ ' - The jJirilti JXcuvs. ~ i rci* i o iv~' THURSDAY in.iNOV. 14. 1F7S. Fresh fish and oysters at Gaisman's. Remember tliis is the grand open- ing day at M. Goldsoll & Co.'s jew- elry establishment, the Finest display ever made^n the State of Texas. Grand opening to-day at M. Gold- soli & Co.'s jewelry establishment. A party of gentlemen consisting of Mr. Nat Friend. Jas. Miller and Hart, left Wednesday for the Indian Territory on a hunt. Keno was in full blast last night at the room recently occupied by Rowley & Hallenbeck, Main street, and was liberally patronized. Ladies' cloaks—get one at soil's. Golil- The rolls ot th.* tax collector can be found at the office of Tone & Munson. Peisons wishing to pay their taxes can di so by calling at the above office. Received by Express. A lot of choice dres«ed turkeys, which we will offer at very low prices this morning. Gaisman & Co. ♦-—^SDlD Rev. J. T. Wright, pastor of the Episcopal church, will deliver ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 November 1878

. ■ ^ r . ■ ... Vol. VI. 0 Denisqn, Texas, Friday Morning. November i5. 1878. No. 227. J ,m. I •V, |V f - • r h'i M r * i I • ~ j ♦v. On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple ;;> • -,'r: ' Goods for net cost and all Other Goods ♦rfc A / on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could fell poods ft r, and I would like to draw the attention of all our l.ady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. { Ci* Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard . New styles of worsti-d dress goods that ' are worth 25 and 30 cents, you can buy now at M Singer's tor 16 1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 2.s, 30. 40 and 50 cents,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 November 1878

Attorneys-at-Law 10 AGO, Hotels and Restaurants. the mild power n in s humphrey b' HDMiEUPATHIG SPECIFICS Jghe Ipailtj Sinus. 0 TJ l>EMSON. FRIDAY NOV. t5. 1S7S i.extra dry.) The question every citizen <>f this countv should Hs>k himself is, whethi r he will stand idle and see the curren- cy contracted through the re uui|>- tion of specie pavrflents on the fiist day of January next, smd h11 this be- cause the people were divided, fol- lowed the advice of ''fiat money' parties and split their votes, at the recent election, or stand manfully in support of the Democratic paity and help form a soli.I and irresistablc union against the paity of the mon- opolists, landholders and Sh\locks in 1880. The same misfoituno that •has just befallen us in several Dem- ocratic Statis is sure to follow t vo years hence it the people do not close up their ranks and rtftise t > follow the lead any longer of the blatherskites who advise them.to di vide their ranks and thus a!lo y the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 November 1878

. • /I «. * I > J ♦ I ♦ " f -* r *r / If • 4-f -* T 1 T Scab and Ticks IN SHEEP. HEMLOCK SHEEP DIP, Manufactured by S. II. KENNEDY, Oma- ha, Nebraska, eradicues the pest. Tliis is the only dip that adds to the st ipl>- and value ot wool. It will cure the most obstinate cases—diluted 150 parts hot water, and will not cost over A CENT A HEAD each dipping. I'acked in ONE and FIVE GALLON TIN CANS llook Sent Fran to Sheep Growers. S. .11 KENNEDY, Omaha, Neb EXTHap !!!JSCAHMps] Address, S. H- KENNEDY'S PINUS CANADENSIS OINTMENT, Is a remedy for piles. t,o ccnts a package. Horsemen use S. H. KENNEDY'S •..M' . • Hemlock Liniment, Endorsed and in use by the U. S Army and Veterinary Surgeons The Best Mealing Remedv in the World. C. F. GOODMAN, General Agent, Omaln Neb. .I'll!' . 8-1 w t'yr. iViu.i' jilt - '' j 1 > THE WINKELMEYER BEER. WE WISH TO CALL THE AT tention to the fact that wc have commenced bottling our Celebrated Lager Beer, and are now prepared to meet the in- creased dem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 November 1878

' >,* V v.. , ' ■' • W'- *■ 1 BP*!' 3?he guilt} gtcws. '•'* ' SlElVleiOIV. FRIDAY... NOV. 15, 1878, Municipal Officer*. K. ¥. ORUBDS Wt O. KIRK..President vf Council WILLIAM UAttUWICK Marshal A, H, COKFIN.%.*• Assessor *6 Collector O* K. Ol.\lAI.KV- Treasurer R, F. RADBLKKK ..City Clerk G RANOKLL City Attorney COUNCIL MAN—i ST wauo: W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLKN. COUNCl LMBN—3D WAKOC J. C. PK1LD, 11. TONE. COUNCILMAN— to WAHD! A D. HALL, W. I>. KlItK. COUNCXLMEN—4TII WAHD: W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN 11AYNAL. KegtiUir rotating of Council, first Thursday in each month. New piece goods just received a Foley's, the mtrclinnl tailor. 9,1 w We are indebted to Col. James A. George for a copy of the illustrated New York Evening Graphic. Fresh drugs always on hand at llanna & Co.'# drug store in ti e Muller block. iotf The office of our newly elected justice of the peace, Capt. Riddie, wiJl be in the Muller building. Dr. Thompson, of the Caddo Free Press, is improving. He is now able to sit up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 November 1878

Y •r w. nm ra. -■>,■ .. TUTJOt" rrrrrr-rrr *■1 J|Mv — ►> / r J ■• • « tforoo n iailt? ffetofi Vol. VI. == Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, November iS, 1878. No. 228. On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducement*: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost u and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could sell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our Lady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard . New styles of worsted dress goods that arc worth 25 and 30 cents, vou can buy now at M. Singer's tor 16 1-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 2<j, 30. 40 an^5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 November 1878

1 ♦ Jghe Jpailxj ilexus. DENINON. SATURDAY NOV. 16, 1878. Grand preparations arc bein« made in Halifax for the reception of the new Governor general and Prtrices* Louise, soon to arrive. The "Fiat"' money people, or those favorable to the issuance of a paper money wliich is never to be paid 01 redeemed, cut a small figuie every- where in the recent election. A dispatch from Rome to the Sfan- daid says the Vatican has decided on a complete separation from the cen- tre or ultramontane party in the German Reichstag. judge Cocki ell gives emphatic denial to the report started by the Sherman Courier that he contem plated contesting Mr. Turner's elec- tion. He says he never for a mo- ment entertained such a preposter- ous notion. o SPECIAL LOCALS. the mild power U R E S humphreys' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Royal Champagne Mays, a negro in Biazos county, is elected to the Legislature. There is a clear white majority in Brazos of about 600 votes, but there was so many ambitious citizens among...

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