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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

-'J.'l.UjJi.. tlmteim Vol. VI. Dknison, i ex as, Snuday Morning. December 2q. 1878. No. 263. . ■■ H I W , <> ' I L AI I .'Wfl j mmm\ ! SAMUEL STAR & CO., THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, Offer $100,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. _ sam'l star & co. DENISON, TEXAS. do do do I do DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ALL WOOL POLONAISE PAT TERNh. . Former price $15 00 Now $11 00 do 10 00 do 7 50 TAPANESE SILK PATTERNS. Former pricc $7 00 Now $5 00 BLACK OROS 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 I 50 do 1 25 TRIMMING SILK. Former price $1 35 Now $1 00 TRIMMING SATINS. Former price $[ 50 Now $[ 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 $ 85 Now $ do 1 00 do 1 15 do 1 25 do 75 COLORED CASHMERE. Former pricc $1 00 Now S5C BLACK ALPAC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

xmiIv $lms. SO W DKNIHO'N. SUNDAY MOIINING. Bulldozing CORN AND WHEAT BREAD. Interesting iiiperlmtnta Wife. by a Farmer'# [Now York World.] | The subject of the cost of bread from ! corn and wheat was brought before the .!" Farmer's Club Tuesday afternoon by the Tramps— Vermont's samples made by Mrs. Conrad Wilson. Laws. ' These were generally tested and ap- proved by the large attendance and No. 96. An act relating to tramps. It i elicited from the lady-members a re- is hereby enacted, etc.: quest for the modus operandi of mak- Section 1. Any person going about ing with hints as to the best yeast, flour, from place uO place, and asking for sub- etc. sistence on charity, shall be taken and Conrad Wilson said that the samples deemed to bo a tramp. of bread submitted to the club by Mrs. Sec. 2. Any tramp who shall ask and Wilson were intended to illustrate the receive from any overseer of the poor of economic value of this form of food, any town or city in this State, or from and to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

®hr Jlailii fltu' Q n a or s- )- d rt t. j 4 to- OW. all d— c.— DEN1SON, SUNDAY MOllNINO. HERE AXI) THERE. A map of the Empire of Brazil is be- ing compiled which will prove superior to existing maps. 1)k. Hknby Blopgett, a missionary in China, estimates the number of deaths by the recent famine in the northern provinces at 10,000,000. A statue of Admiral Coligny is to be orected by subscription in the Louvre Quadrangle, in Paris, near the spot where he was assassinated in the St. Bartholomew massacre. The Sioux City Journal says: "A malicious story is afloat to the effect that an Eudora girl went back on her lover because he was so bow-legged that she couldn't sit on his lap." Prince Bismaiick, besides being a great statesman, can fry oysters, dis- course on the cooking of fish and the merits of cheese, and drink any man drunk in Germany. The Boston police oflicer who drew $5,000 in a lottery has been dismissed from the force, the Commissioners re- fusing to wink at his violation o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

T •The Daily Bcvos. DKNIHON, SUNDAY •• DEC. 19,1878. Arrival and Doparture of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTRAL. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. 9. No. 11. No. 2. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. No. 10. No. u. THAINS. St. Louis Expre**... Chicago Express... Wny Freight Exprcsv Freight.... Freight Freignt... St. Louis Kxprcss... Chicago Express... wFreight Express freight.... Freight Freight AKKIVR. li .15 A. M. I :oo A. M. 9:30 P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 5:55 *' M- a .00 a. m. DEPART. 4:00 A. M, 3:45 P. M. 4 : JO A. M, 3:5s r.M S:oo A. M, |u:i£ p. w MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. ARRIVE. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A TeX.is Ex. No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas A Texas Ex X No. 5. Slock Train.* No. 7. Through Freight. No. a. No. 4. No. 2. No. 8. 3:15 p. M. 4 .OO A. M 2:15 p. m 8:15 a. m i depart. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. n 130 a. m Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.) 18:45 A« M Stock Train. I 4:00 P. M, Through Freight | 5:00 a. m DEN I SON & SOUTHEASTERN. i depart. i arrive Accommodation^ | 6:00 a. m. | ti :is a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

rrrrr^rrrrr .'.jj Furniture. rK rf 4 i \ * '11 iy * F. LEDRICK, (Successor to John Nevin* & Co.,) DEALER IN FURNITURE GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, Window Glass Wall Paper, Carpet Pa- per. Babv Carriages, Bird Cages, Carpets, Matting, Moulding*, Picture Flames, Lamps and Lamp Fixtures, Window Curtains. Flower Pots, Etc., Etc. A full supply of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Also a full stock of Metalic aud Rosewood Collins. Real Estate Agents. At the old stand, corner of Main street nd Aus n nvenue. V- Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) REAL E8TATE NOTICE. The undersigned will offer bargains in the following properties, ail of which MUST lll£ SOLD : One haute and lot on Sears street. Two houses and lo s on Austin avenue. One house and lot on Gandy street. Two houses and lots on Woodard street. Some choice lots in different parts of the citv. 160 acres of choice land ij miles west of school house. 81 acre* ii miles north of school house, 25 acres adjoining. TO LET. One Urge and one small dwelling ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

The Groat Harvest Year. |Tlte harvest ot tho year lr>7N is the largest harvest which everripened in America. The oxporla of food are much greater than eyer liefore.} Tlio night thp century ebbed out, all worn with work and sin, The night u twentieth century, all fresh with hope, came In, The chlldivn watched, the evening long, the midnight cloak to see, And to wish to one another " A Happy Cen- tury !" They climbed upon my knee, and they tum- bled on the rtoor, And Boh and Nell came begging me for sto- ries of the War. llut I told Xttll that I could toll no tales but tales of peace— " No, air-tto. They're nasty things. Thoy nibble all the edges oft' Margaret's tarts. Perhaps it was this very fellow. Just hear him squeak." At this mournful sound Nell stuffed her fingers into her ears. The two children were in the baru contemplat- ing their victim: a very small mouse in a cago trap. Death awaited it in the form of a pail of water. Waller took mousie gingerly by the tail. " Now, if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

I / } * Horn Three Years Before Wash- ington. ..; — At No. 157 Sarah Ann Street, ift re- sponse to the reporter's summons, the door was opened by Uncle William Scott himself, who asked the writer and his companions to come in and take a seat in a manner which savored of old- fashioned politeness. «• Uncle Bill" is a fine, intellectual looking old negro, about 5 feet 11 inches in height, well proportioned, and still muscular, with bushy gray beard and hair. The first question asked him,was of course, whether his age was as great as reported. Uncle Bill at once replied in a clear voice, "Yes, sir; 149 years, sir." This reply caused an exclamation of surprise and wonder from both the Ser- geant of Police and an officer who had accompanied the reporter. According to his own statement the year of Scott's birth would have been 1729, three years before Washington was born, andwhen Baltimore City bore the now-forgotten title of Jones' Town. At the suggestion of the reporter, Uncle William r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 December 1878

ITSTT" jritc Jlailvj 'ftcujs. OKNI^OIN. ™ SUNDAY DEC. .9, 1878 Rend the great inducement* offered on our fir t page. The Adirondack*. Cough medicines of ull kinds at Acheson's. ioi33 Wra. H. Leake, to morrow night at Nolan Hall. Gentlemean's smoking sets, the finest in the city at Hanna's Drug store. 8tf Not a solitary case in the Mavor's court Saturday morning. Waterman Si Weil's is the place to get mixed drinks in Denison. 21 tt The McKinney case occupies a large • hare of the public attention in tiher- min. The Executive Committee of the Evit>- j gelicai Alliance of the United States, have suggested that Friday, January 10th, be set apart for prayer, for a blessing on ed- itors. Brethren, govern yourselves ac- cordingly. We learn that Mr. T. F. Willis ha* dis- posed ol his business at Sherman, Texas, to a gentleman from Kentucky, nud he will sometime soon return to Sedalia, so, "t lenst. we are informed 1 v Mr Bixby, Sedalians will be glad to welcome Nit- Willis back agai. . S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

■ ' * ' y* •: ■ .-;••• , ■ ... ■ , v. $ wm ■ — 7- I ■>'■ •, : A* e toss. Vol. VI. NEW TEAR EDITION—-QUINTUPLE SHEET. No. 264. Groceries. W. R. BIBB, Dealer in Family Groceries, 309 Main Street, DENISON, TEXA8. {(3f*-Second door Wot of Post-office. 7 JO ii 99 Buy your 4'. « nJ| . <«# 0 p 11 ooo rrk oo 000 kebrrk ii it kb rs8k ogrrooook r r ii r sb o rrr ooo kk rrr ii kb bss„ <3 oo r r o oo ok r r ii k b g goo 5 r 00 000 nun 11 n 11 kkk "bsh henry merritt, No. in Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. ^ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, PrrVr, Main street and Austin avenue. DENISON, - - - TEXAS. CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES, Fruits, Vegetables, etc. 10-4 tf Hotels and Restaurants. ALAMO HOTEL, DENISON, TEXAS. ' EctEB IHwBiW Inwra ' v ■: ■Kflfil WADDILL& SC HMUCKER PROPRIETORS. W IIITE HOUSE, W. J. BUDD, Proprietor. (Formerly Austin Avenue Hotel,) Northeast corner of Morgan street and Austin avenue, and con- venient to the UNION DEPOT —and — M., K. & T- STOCK YARDS. Comfort in every respect ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

rrrrr- $hc Bailij Jlcius. HOLIDAY*]EDITION. DKNISON. TUESDAY DEC. 31, tS;S. The Past Year, The Work of 1878. The spring of iS;S opened auspi- ciously for Denison. T.-e D- A S. E. railroad starting front this point had been completed twenty mites in a southeasterly direction, and the contract had been let for coiutuictii g twenty-five miles of the Denison & Pacific road, just starting out on its long journey to the western coast. The location of these two roads had finally and forever settled the ques- tion of railroad termini in North Texas. Acting upon this assurance, our people set to work to build for themselves homes and business hous- es that should he at once comfortable and substantial. The number of residences that have been erected during the ye^r is more than one hundred, and of these a greater per centage than ever before have been first-class and highly expensive. Of these we have only room to mention a tew whose cost ranges from two to four thousand dollars. They ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

? (T h c O n i In J1e iv x. HOLIDAY EDITION. DKNISON, TRXAR CIlItlSTMAS AMJ CCI'll). King, Oliridtmim ctiimcH, rinj? merrily ! Your music kcomH to wiy— "Ui ntlr yoursuiven rltflit cheerily To woloome CliiiKtmuN Day." IIurrali! hnrrali for Cliri.stmuB! Shout, happy ({iris and boy*— Hurrah ! hurrah tor ('liriHtmuH ! Ami all Iiih micial joys. Leave wrinkled caio toi-Ruken While Chrintma reign*on earth; Lot song and dunco awaken The apirit of Immiim mirth. Bind fast the laurel Hliiiiiux In leafy, dark array; Let fingers deft, be twining PestooiiH and garlamlH gay ; Make hnnte and bring the holly, Adornod with berriea red, Now in the time for Folly To turn dear Wisdom's head— For old and young together Are brimming o or with fun, And everybody's clever, ^ And wondrous things are done. • Bold youth, impetuous rushes Beneath the mistletoe With laughing girls, whose blushex So swiftly come and go; The stolen Kisses are pleasures As sweet as sweet can be— Who would not steal such treasures _...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

<Fitc Dili I n 31 cn jioLih.tv i:niTio\. DENISON, TEXAS. speculators was formed, who hunted up this class of otutwAud made forged titl< - to the property, i\ntiiiK thw Iwek to about tlu> time of tho owner's di«:>p- pearanee. They then made transfers from one to another, nil duly authenti- cated and showing u perfect chain of title flown to the present claimant, who would have these instruments nil recor- ded and put the land upon the market. Their transactions were generally limit- ed to two or three tracts in a county, in order to avoid suspicion. These tracts are now all luuwn and their history is fully understood by every abstract man, and there is no more danger of being deceived in a title in Texas than any other state, provided the purchaser ex- ercises the same amount of caution here that he would there. The fraudulent titles are less than one per cent, of the the western states, which are now over- whelmed with a bonded debt assumed during a period of inflated pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

TO COltKICKPONIWWS All communication a for thin paper hIiouIU bonucom* pan led by t'ao name of the author; not lioccsutirily foi publication, but tut an ovUleuce of K«><*1 ftilth ou tilt oart of the writer. Write only on one side of the na- Eer. Be particularly carehil In giving names and (lalet > havetlielotters and figured plain und distinct. Prop- er name# aro often difficult to decipher, because of thf careless maimer lu wklch they are writtau. < t f ML- v r * i i THE NEW YEAH. . L> the Hilunoe unci darkness of the night The Old Yeiir steals away, And (juietly the Now Year takes hU place lis fort? tin* dawn of day. > Half oonsoious of his presence, we awake And joy to tind him bare, .Friend calls to friend, and merry children shout " Happy, happy New Year." We tliink n<K of the snow, the piercing colds, Or bitter winds that blow, The sun in coming northward through the storms, Although Ilia pace i hIow. "Oar thoughts run on before him, and the Hpring With vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

mm ®!)e JDaili] Ncvos. DENISON. HOLIDAY EDITION. TWO DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 4' One two-dollar bill, two one-dollars, and a fifty-cent piece, ami two twenty- fives. That's five dollars. And 1 want to get a present for mamma and papa aruT Molly and Ned and Tom and the two maid-girls." Ella Lindsay, otherwise Trot Lind- say, was sitting at the nursery window, with the contents of a tin " bank" tipped into her lap, and a forest of sil- ver paper, Borlin wools, and perforated card, on the floor around her. Outside the snow was falling slowly, drifting into odd corners of city streets, piling itself on roofs, and lodging on ledges of lamp-posts and house-fronts. But up above, between the high roofs, a little glimpse of blue sky was visible. "It's a perfect shame! It always storms when I want to do anything!" Trot went on, soliloquizing. "1 ain't going to make any more of those silvor paper things and bookmarks, anyway. I'm too olcf for that!" And the speaker, who had arrived at the mature...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

I •A ^W> She |3ailij iUius, DKN1SOW, HOLIDAY EDITION. ONWARD. TILE DENISON AND PACIFIC RAILWAY. Steady Progress Being Made in the Construction of the Bo ad. Slowly but surely, the Denison & Pacific track is creeping westward. Only a small force is at work, yet they are doing their work in a inosl thorough mann-r, ballasting perfect- ly as they go. Willi the exceptionot° a few sharp curves, the road is much better than could have been expected, considering the rough character of the country through which it runs. The grades are all easy and short, the road is well tied and the rails full spiked and plated. Substantial cat- tle guards are constructed at every field opening, and good crossings erected at every roadway. In fact it is a first class road in every respect, and seems to be built in as near a per feet manner as a new road could l e. Eleven miles if iron are now laid, leaving fourteen to reach Whites buro, the terminus of the first section ot twenty-five miles. Every t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

She JBailij plexus. UEJVIHOIV. HOLIDAY1 EDITION. THE GATE CITY. Early History of Deni- son, the Gate City of Texas. The First Year in Denison—An Epitome of Local History, Mostly Compiled From the Local Columns of the Den- ison" News. the pioneers of denison. Six years ago last September Deni- son was in a chaotic, unorganized state, a thing wholly of the future. All told, there were perhaps filty men who had gathered upon the town site, and along the little rise which now marks the alley between Owings and Morgan streets had erected booths, tents, and, in halt a dozen cases, temporary box-houses, in which they had already commenced business. Here, in a single row, were Brown with his bakery, Mc- Greevy with his miscellaneous stock, Edelstein & McCabe and Collins with liquors; Dr. Johnson with drugs, and Kelly with his tin-shop. Here was Cutler with hi§ printing- office, from which had already issued two numbers of the Red River Jour- nal, which, with its title printed in a sort ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

K *i * . T T i 4 ; 1 to solicit funds for the purpose. Mr. Blantou, uf Denton, and Mr. Love, of the Nation, open a new ferry across Red River. A meeting is held at the chapel for the purpose of considering th.* subject o'f an eaily application for a city charter; also, to organize a hoard of trade. The meeting was largely attended. Mr. Nclsjon submitted a charter which he, in connection with Mr. Perry, had drafted. The document, with the exception ol one or two minor changes, was adopted. Rev, Mr. Ball takes a census to learn how many citizens are Methodists. He finds some fifty communicants. A Mr. Mitchell, while stepping into the postoffice to get his mail, has his pants pocket cut open and $50 ab- stracted. Judge Bartlett writes a communication to the News from Kansas, expressing his regret at be- ing called away before completing the census. week ending february i3th. Odd Fellow's Hall, on Woodard street, is finished and ready for painting. Nettie Brown offers a re- ward of $100...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

* ^ I ** II citizens vote $10,000 in bonds to the! 1 cxa* & Atlantic Refrigerator Co. to Hsuist them in putting up their building and getting in running of der. Modie, Owings & Co. move trom Skiddy to the Gunn block on Mala street. The postorfice moved to Main street. WEEK KNDLMG AUGUST 2STH. The first bale of cotton arrives in town Monday and receives a pre- mium. Chas. Eaton takes charge of the St. Louis Livery Stable on Woodard street. Col. W. H. Day takes a half interest in Owings' Liv- ery Stable ; the firm will hereafter be Owings & Day. F. R. Brown puts down the first brick sidewalk in the city in front of his Gandy street resi .dence. Santanta and Big Tree pass- ed through the city in charge of a guard last Thursday, en route to Fort Riley, Kansas. The council pass a mob law. WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 4TH. Wood} an! starts in the jewelry business. Zadik & Casper open a clothing store. W. R. Hutchinson resigns as cashier of the First Na- tional Bank ; to accommoda...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

■r 1873. Monthly SynopsiN of Loading Lo- cal Events. Condensed from tho Files of tho Daily News,1 . 4 K January. 1875. New Year was celebrated by a grand masquerade ball at the Alamo llotel, a dance at McGowen's Hall, a colored masquerade ball, a negro dance, and the German citizens had a select party at Schwindeman's. Rev. A. Jamison was also given a surprise party. The day was both rainy and muddy. Rue & Loving dissolve. A little snow and the tem- perature only 19 degrees above zero. Prof. M. A. Daugherty arrives. Only 10 degrees above zero on the 5th. Charley K—— enjoys a snipe hunt. A delegation of northwestern business men ai rives in our city on the 5th enroute to Galveston. The stock of groceries of Hunter & Mor- gan disappears the night of the 5th. News arrives that John Hoeir is married in New Elm, Minn., on New Year day. Skating on the Lone Star mill pond. Geo. Mau- rice returns from the West Ii.dies. Mr. Welly's dishwasher Frank gets full of btnzine, comes around ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 December 1878

1 —*—v'H?W? v'"^ ~" "" f,m*n ®ubscribc money to repair the hi& little hive in th i road leading from Denison to I$o '.- evening, and the ham. The Drovers' and Planters' Hand furnish a litl <" liis. little hive in this city the same Denisoti Cornet _.ttle music for the Bank opens for business on the 6th. occasion. Dr. Feilds becomes Work begins on McDougall's brick building. Munson's new brick build- ing on Main street was completed and dedicated by a dance on the 8th. Mr. Goldsoll, of the firm of M. Gold- soil & Co., visits Denison tor the first time and north Texas for the first time since 1856. Holder & Co. step down and out of the drug busi- ness in favor oi Henry Riley. Lewis Sto^neman and Miss Jane Lyna n are married on the 6th. The city pro- poses to lease (not give) the school building to Austin College. W. J. Scott and Miss E. J. Jennings are married on the gth. The police force is cut down two, Nelms and Hall re- tiring. E. J. Tobin of this city brakeman on t...

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