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

Vol. VL No. 254. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, December 18,1878. SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LI ADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. 1 ll " (i sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. I I t -iPr'' j&sP::r Wmt\ • 4 .. *y.ir- !*fc* . liEi Wj : Now $5 00 ^-Xbh * sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. '-b 75 i>5 10 5 ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT- TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS Former price $7 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former priee $1 25 Now $1 00 do l 75 do 1 50 do a 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 75 Now vpr 50 do 1 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. - Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $£ 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c -J Now 50c WHITE CASIIMERE. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 IiLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ 85 Now $ do i 00 do do 1 15 do do 1 25 ...

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

f^hppp^ " "'i ' : 9m xm -r. y" BP I. . . 1 , '• i -v •' • V9pr '■ • — "~: , ■# ' $lte JQailij |Xcwa. DENISON. WgDNESDAY DEC. 18,1878. The boy who was so shotkingly lacerated by a panther at San Anto- nio is recovering. Terrell's rangers are talking about having a re-union in San Antonio ■oon. A number of the command reside in San Antonio and vicinity. The total cotton spind'es in the North are now estimated at about 9,900,000, and in the South at 600,000, or a total in the country of say 10,500,000. Statistics show that the immigra- tion to the -United States has been gradually decreasing since 1S73, but this year there is a decided increase over last year. The weevil has destroyed much corn in Southern Texas and the far- mers are inquiring for something that will prevent such destruction in the future. The Greenback national executive committee at Washington have pub- lished an address to the party, to perfect the organization for the cam- paign of 1S80. One million two hun- dred a...

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

. I ■ i ' «rvtr" ~~-w me- Jw f Arrival and Doparture of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. Hotels and Restaurants. NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. TRAINS. No. I, St. Louis Express No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5. Wny Freight No. 7. Kxprcst Kri-iuht No. 9. Freight No, 11. FreignU* No. 3. No. 4, No. 6. No. 8. No. 10 No. 12 St, Louis Kxpress Chicago Kx press Way Freight Express I« relght 10. F rcight 1 a. Freight MISSOURI, KANSAS AND AKHIVK. 12.15 A- M- II .00 A. M. 9:30 1\ M. 4 .00 A. M. 5*5 V- M. 3 .OO A. M. fiKfARTv 4 :oo A. M. 3:45 r. M. 4 .' 30 A. M. 3'-55 V- M' 8:00 A. M. 13:15 I*. IV. TEXAS. ALAMO HOTEL, wtZFSut Union; a fair salary paid. Call or ad- dress La Belle Manl'g. Co., 9^ Clark St , Chicago. 4w DENISON. TEXAS. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex j! Stock Train Through Freight Alt hive. 3*15 P. M. 4 too a. m 2 :15 i*. !\1 8:15 a. m DEPART. II !30 a. m. Texas, Kansas to Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Kx.§! ...

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

v *. t w W ■ WW $fc* Baity fUros. dbjxison. WEDNESDAY DEC. i8, 1878 The hands on the Denison & Pacific were paid off Monday. As a uatuai l con- sequence theie is considerable Holing "all along the line." Read the great inducements offered on our first page. " — — « Miss Emma Maithi, of Kansas City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Moreland, Cough medicines of all Acheson's. kinds at 10,33 Chinese lanterns, Christmas tree dies and holders at the City Bakery. can- iStf Captain Kansas. Doughty left yesterday for The wine controversy is exciting con- siderable comment. The register nf the Gate City Hotel, "Wednesday, showed thirty arrivals. "The beautiful snow" has dissolved in- to the dirtiest kind of "slush." Have you seen those elegant vaBes and toilet sets at Hanna's Ding Store. 8tf It is reported that "Billy" Armstrong recently died in Kansas. Harrold Gooch was in the city yesti r- day. Brown, the proprietor of the railroad eating house, was in the city yesterday. The newly e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 December 1878

* Bailn Irtos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. December ig, 1878. No. 2 55. 1 mm SLifruJ SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Bra Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. SAM'L STAR & OO. DENISON, TEXAS. W± : : DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. all wool polonaise pat terns. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 japanese silk patterns. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 black gros grain silk, yd . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 .do 1 75 do 1 50 . do a 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 colored gros grain silk. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do ' 1 50 do 1 25 trimming silk. Former price $x 25 Now $1 00 trimming satins. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do x 50 white alpaca. Former price 65c Now 50c white cashmere. Former price $ 1 25 Now $1 00 black cashmere. Former price $ 85 Now $ 65 do 1 00 do 75 "do 115' do 85 do 1 25 ilo 1 10 do 75 do 50 colored cashmere. Former price $1 00 Now 85c black alpaca. Former p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 December 1878

e Bnihj Hews. I. DENISON. THURSDAY DEC. 19,1878. Rend the great inducements offered on •ur first page. How to Make a City. Business men of western towns can study with profit to themselves and their communities the growth of Kansas City, the metropolitan town of. the West. The progress of Kan- sas City has been wonderful, and yet there was a time when business was stagnated, and the outlook far from favorable, a time when proper- ty holders growled, and the weak- kneed sought other localities rather than spend their money and then energy in giving an impetus to their own town. The times turned, however, but it was brought about almost entirely by the liberality and public spirit of her own c'tizens. She is now the greatest city, commercially, west of the Mississippi river. The St. Louis Globe Democrat has this to say of the wonderful growth and present prosperity of Kansas City : Ten years ago Kansas City had al population of 5000 souls; to-day her population amounts 50,000. The mos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 December 1878

Arrival and Departure of Trains. Hotels and Restaurants. ✓ # NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTRAL. No. No. No. No. No. No, No. 1, No. 4. No. d. No. 8. No. io. No. u. TRAINS. St. I.ouIk Kxpress Chicago Express W«iy Freight Exprcs* Kri-iglit Frvijtht Freight St. LoiiIh Express Cliiciiuo Express. Way Froiehl Express Frelirlit., Freight.......... Freight arhivk. I 2 .IJ A. M. it :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 :no a. m. 5:55 M. a .00 A. m. kki'a ht. 4:00 a. m. 3:45 i'. m. 4 130 a. m, •VSS P. "• 6:00 a. m. i J: 1S i'. w. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. I AH HIVE. Chicago, Kansas A Texas Ex.' 3:15 p. m. St. I.on is, Kansas A Texas Ex t 4l«> A. M Slock Train. 1 2:15 p. m Through freight j 8:15 a. m i drpakt. Texas, Knnsns A Chicago Ex. 11130 a. m. Texas, Kansas & St. I.onls Ex.§ 12:41; a. m. Stock I rain... No, 1, No. 3. No. c. No. 7. No. a. No. A. No. o, stock Train 1 4:00 p. M. No. 8. Through Freight ! 5:00 A. M. bENISON * SOUTHEASTERN. Accommodation} { Daily except Sitmlny. I DEPART....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 December 1878

I ■ • 3 %ht Jlaihj Jleuis. DEINISON. THURSDAY DEC 18, 1878 Read the great inducements offered on our tirst page. .1 in. ■ .in .. ■ „ —. Remember the Vorwaerts concert. — ' ■ -— —• "High Toned" Brown is at Dallas, and coming to Denison. Head him off. Don't fail to see the immense stock holiday goods at Goldsoll's Juwelrv l£stab- 1 shiuent. Santa Claus has been heard from. He 1 gays he will be seen 10 put in an appear- ance at the M. t.. church on Christinas ! eve. Willard, the star of the Mitchell Combina- tion, is lying very da^geroug^ in at the of I I' '8 'o'timated that at least $20,000 the annuity fund wil' be distributed in ✓This citv among our merchat ts. The amount ot ''Indian whisky" that will be bought is sorrowful to contemplate. John McDougall into his club locms. has introduced gas .Goldsoli's was thronged yesterday to see the grand display of jewelry. ^■-Thiti weather ought to settle the yellow fever germs. The melody of the festive musquito is heard no more in the land....

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

Vol. VI. == Denison, Texas, Friday Morning/December 20,1878. star ■mm THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, r Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. WifM sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ^ ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT TERNS. Former price $15 oo Now$ti oo do ro 00 do 7 50 f- JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS, ormer price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . d Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 ■ • ' Z_ do 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 \ COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK, f Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do i 50 '•!do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $ 1 50 Now $1 25 01M do 1 75 do 1 50 1 ' WHITE ALPACA. m Former price 65c Now 50c WHITE CASHMERE. Former p'rice $ 1 25 Now $1 00 M BLACK CASHMERE. ( Former price $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do do 1 15 do ■ • do 125 do i El do 75 do 65 U 10 5° sam'l star & oo. DENISON, TEXAS. DRY GOODS CONTINUED. GINGHAMS. Former-price 12 1-2C Now...

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

The fire at Fort Worth on Mon- day morning destroyed $12,000 worth of property, $2,000 insured. The Journal office was burned, the press only being saved. The United States Treasury ex- pects to have on the first of Tanuary next, exclusive of all demands, $135,000,000 in coin with which to resume specie payments.- The London Standard's corres- pondent at Daden says Gen. Stew- art has sent pressing orders for all troops to advance as speedily as pos- sible. This probably means advance on Candahar. The Russian mission to Cabul has formally and officially withdrawn. Yesterday the deed of trust and mortgage was signed, sealed and de- livered by Mr. Kopperl, president of the Santa Fe road, and Mr. George Sealy paid the quarter of a million in- to the exchequor of the road. The pa- papers were immediately recorded and the transaction closed.— Galves~ ton News. The Shreveport Times denies that there has been any interference of the election in Louisiana. It says tersely and comprehensively...

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

" {' <" . hi Arrival nnd Departure of Trains. Hotels and Restaurants. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CK.NTllAL. No. r. N«: 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. 9. No, 11 No. 3. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No. io* No. ta. TMAIN8. St. Loul'i Express... Chicago Kxprcs*... Wny Freight Express Fwight.•.. Freight Prcignt St. Louis Express... Chicago Express... Way Freight Express Freight.... Freight Freight • akkivk. .. 112 .15 a. m. ..In:ooa. m. ..I 9:30 i'. m. 4 :oo a. m. 5:5s **. m. 2 .00 a. m. depart. 4 :oo a. m. 3:4S *' M. 4:20 a. m. 3:S5PM. 5 '.oo a. m. 12:15 *'• w. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ALAMO HOTEL, YyANTED-A GOOD MAN FOR DENISON, TEXAS. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. j. No. 3. No. No. 7. No. a. No. A. No. 6. N . 8. All rive. 3:iS M. 4 :oo a. M 2:15 r. m 8:15 A-M DEPART. 11:30 A. M. 12:45 A. m. Stock Train I 4:00 p. m. Through freight I 5:00 A.M. DENISON A SOUTHEASTERN. Cliicngo, Kansas ft Texas Ex. St. Lout*, Kansas A Texas Ex t Stock Train Through Kreight TcxaH, Kansas A Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas A St. Louis Kx.{...

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

I - I II ill rrrc be 2JaiIg Urns. RID AY. DENISON. ...DEC. 20, 1878 Read the great inducements offered on Dur first page. "For evermore and more." John Ourand is haiing the front of his I saloon set off with evergreens. Stoves at cost at McCarthy's. Get vnur t"vs and holiday goods at the 'oat Office Book S ore. 20 2t The Episcopal fair has been a most fluttering success, financially. , Have you seen those elegant va6es and toilet sets at Hanna's Drug Store. 8tf Nearly 100 couples sat down to supper #t the Episcopal fair the opening night. ) Mrs. McKinney is now said to be en- tirely out of danger.—Register. Goldsoll's was thronged yesterday to see the grand display of jewelry. A party of ladies and gentlemen will visit Sherman and spend New Year's day with D. W. C. Davis. Cough medicines of Acheson's. all kinds at 10,23 Get your toys and holiday goods at the Post Office Book Store. 20 at We will esteem it a personal favor if the ladies receiving calls on New Year s day, will furnish...

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

A B ? > ■</ . r f [•'j ■ J I J j Ba'Hi II I Hi rsr- " ' "• ' " ■ ' •",* 1 • ■ ;:x• • vv''X'u-i'? ^ Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning. December 21,1878. = No. 257. SAMUEL STAR & CO j THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Keduced Prices. .UOQ/X' 'iWi'W - v<..ft'.f SAM'L STAR & CO. DENISON, TEXAS. . r ' dress goods department. all wool polonaise pat terns. Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 5° JAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 black GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 do 1 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN SILK. Former price $1 75 Now $1 50 do t 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 '25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Former price 65c Now 50c WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $ 1 25 Now $1 00 BLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ S5 Now $ 65 do 1 00 do 75 do I 15 do 85...

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

*> te Ifailg flews. DKNISON. SATURDAY DEC. 21, 1878. The Roof Fulls With its Immense Weight. Arrival and Departure of Trains. o„e ]^an Killed and Others In- jured. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. twains. No, i. St. Loui Express No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5. Wny Freight No, 7. Express Freight No. 9. Freight No, 11. Frcignt... No. a. St. Louis Express.... No. 4. Chicago Express.... No. 6. Way Freight No. 8. Express Freight No. 10. Freight No. xa. Freight missouri, kansas and akkitr. la .15 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 :oo a. m. if55 p- M- 2 .oo a. m. i depart. ... 4:00 a.m. ... 3:45 p. m. ... 4:30 a. m. 3:55 r- M- .... 8:00 a. m. ,...|u:i5 p. w. TEXAS. No. I. No. 3. «°-s> No. 7. N«. s. No. 4. No. 0. No. S. | arrive. Chicago, Kansas Jt Texas Ex.1 3:15 p. m. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex J! 4 :oo a. m Stock Train I 2:15 p. m Through Freight .....| 8:15 a. m | dicpart. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex.|ii:30A. m. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§12:45 A* M* Stock Train I 4:00 p. m. ...

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

i iiMmi 11 "iw mil Mini ii i - ■ m.' £ '".'.u .'.■a.1- STOCKMEH. Hotels and Restaurants. 1 ► ' ALAMO FOTEL WANTED-'V UOOD MAN FOR VV every State and Territory in the Union; h fair salaiy paid. Call or ad dress La Belle Manl'g. Co., 91 Clartc St , Chicago. 4W NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE UORTH TEXAS COMPRESS, DENISON. TEXAS. ■mm TRADEMARK. 'ftIE OLD RELIABLE FISH BRAND are the only good* that will stick. Every coat warranted. None genuine without the abore Trade Mark. MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas. 178 Market street, GALVESTON, TEXAS. a 23 dfim Druggists. W. M. HANNA, # Wholesale and retail Xf l' < I UD„ 5ERr B 8 Saoo Saa -\iuoi ° a a o b urk o j! o a _ _ .. K, y (J 00 (l 00 r uu gog g(jo UD £ I s'Ws ™T 1 i S8S8 t No. in Matn 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. rVivi ■< «|it| i;- "mWmmmml : iff • mmv -&mm i M ,^yp- aiBmBiW. WAN FED, a good age...

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

!*:; $be $aittj foetus. DENISON. SATURDAY DEC. 21. 1878 No more keno at Waterman Ac Weil's. Read the great inducements offered our first page. Stoves at cost at McCarthy's. Get your toy* and holiday goods at the Post Office Book Store. 20 2t Chickens are a drug $1 50 a dozen. in the market at Hare ou seen those elegant vases and toilet sets at Manna's Drug Store. 8tf Cough medicines of Acbeson's. all kinds at 10,23 Get your toys and holiday goods at the Post Office Book Store. 20 2t Buy a Brunswick Range of McCarthy. It will last you a lifetime. 19 1 w > Tin weddings are.row in style. Mc- Carthy has the best line of tinware to se- lect from. 19 iw Gentlemen's smoking sets, the finest in the city at Hanna's Drug Store. 8 tf Waterman & Weil's Is the place mixed drinks In Deni&on. to get 2 ill The ladies of St. Patrick's church will, it is said, have a fair. The Catholic ladies of Dallas are hav- ing a fair, which is a splendid success. The Christinas edition of Harper's Wee...

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

ItfctosS. Vol. VI. Denison, i exas, Sunday Morning. December 22.1878. No. 2 58. TAR & CO., Jm THE LK/ ' It : JDS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. it i I „ > 1 I*-, I r sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT TERNS. Former price $15 00 Now;$n 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 TAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former price $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, YD . Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 do x 75 do 1 50 do 2 25 do 1 75 do 3 00 do 2 50 COLORED GROS GRAIN S1I.K. Former price $1 75 Now 5° do 1 50 do x 35 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 25 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $1 50 Now $1 25 do 1 75 do 1 50 WHITE ALPACA. Forqier price 65c Now 50c '■ WHITE CASHMERE. Former price $ 1 25 Now $J 00 BLACK CASHMERE. Former price $ 85 Now $ 65 do x 00 do do 1 15 do do 1 25 do r 10 do 75 do 50 COLORED CASHMERE. Former price 00 Now .85c BLACK ALPACA. Former price $ 35 Now $ 25 do 45 do ...

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

[fW6. DKNISON, SUNDAY MORNING. UNRULY NED. The teacher called unruly Ned Up before all the school. "There's but one way," she sternly said, " To deal with knave or lool. 14 A child who's told a hundred times The rules he must obey, And breaks them Ju9t as often, ohlmes NVlth one of these, X say. •I'm sorry, Ned, to use harsh names To a dear boy like you, Since kindness falls In Its best alms, We'll see what scourges do. 1 Give me your hand. Turned < iVl deadly pale, and stood, With flushing eyes and lifted huad. In a defiant mood. He felt the (fazing of schoolmates Blaze on Elm like a flame- Shall he who strongest, bravest rates, Submit to such a shame? No cried hts heart. But one quick look Into his teacher's face Changed his hot mood; the wrath forsook His soul. Then with good graco He held out his brown hand. Each blow With sharp and stinging pain He took, as though but flakes of snow Across his palm had lfiin. To one firm thouhgt his mind was wed Till punishment was through. ...

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

line flntlir |Imw. DKNISON, SUNDAY MOllNING. Jlj ,s l!W bpt Ion Ind Ind Ilu- fbe- jieir like ,iey (ted of ions |s to iieir for jcss- I trod I * I I FOB THE YOUNG FOLKS. I loped awhile, he quietly returned and * wanted to resume the fun. Sam patted ■i HERE AND THERE. A Vkkmontkh has invented " a bot- tle that will always turn right side up, thus failing to spill the contents, no matter how drunk the pwner is." Mkb. Vkkonica S. Fkbky, of Mount- ville, Laneastor County, Pa., died a few days ago, aged 104 years, leaving 165 descendants. Mormon women, who are accorded the right of suffrage, invariably vote on the side of polygamy, lest a change in the fundamental institutions of Utah set them adrift to contend with the world's contempt. A German collector of statistics esti- mates the population of the earth at 1,- 340,145,000 souls, of whom about 418,- 000,000 are Christians, and 900,000,000 non-Christians. Catholics number 210,- 000,000 and Protestants 115,000,000. Of the Greek Church ...

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

if?W ' The Daily JXcius. DENISON. SUNDAY DEC. 22, 1878. 19th inst. Read the great inducements offered on out first page. The next eyemng after the Fort Worth Journal material was destroy- ed by fire the paper made its appear- ance in an enlarged form. They have the right kind of "git-up-and- git" in that establishment. Mr. Seabaugh, city editor of the San Antonio Express, and Miss Hat- tie Thompson, daughter of J. J. Thompson, were united in the holy bonds of wedlcck in Belton on the C. VV. Geers, editor of the Den- ton Monitor, was defeated for the State Senate, and now takes revenge on the voters of his district who went back on him by publishing a phre- nological chart of his head gear, to show them what they have lost in brain representation. Last Thursday while Thomas Kavanaugh was driving an omnibus load of passengers to the depot in San Antonio, he was fired on by an unknown man from the brush; the bullet cut one of the lines and there came very near being a serious acci- den...

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