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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 January 1879

fllmisun Vol. VI. Denison, Texas. Saturday Mornino. Jan. i i. {870. No. 273. FROM TEXAS TO ST. L0UI8. There is only one nil way from Texas that runs its cars into the ureat Union Riiilroad Depot, St. Lwis, and it is the M , K. & T. The M-, K. T. ears run directly into the St Louis Union Depot, where close connection is tnade with all lines to the East wtthout the expense, delay and an- noyance of trnnslers met with by other routes. In adclitiqj) to this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the route by Denison and Sedalia is the ohlv one of- fering two trains dai y each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if vou are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M, K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via llauiiibal to Chicago. PROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets over the M., K. T. via Hannibal, and enjoy the ad- vantages of connecting in unio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 January 1879

mMm w She Baity Jlcius. DKMSON, SATURDAY..... ^.JAN. u, i8?y. Hm. Columbus Delano, ex-secrc- tary of the inferior, is l>ing danger- ously ill at Mount Vernon, Ohio. II. W. Aidinger, drv goods dealer at McKinney, has made an assign- ment for the benefit of his creditors. An autobiography of Jefferson Davis, in two volumes, will be pub- lished soon, appearing simultaneous ly in New York and London. The republicans have a majority of over fifty in the French senate, showing the decided weakness of the Bonapartists. J. YV. Crawford, chargcd with freight stealing fiom the Texas and Pacific road at Terrell, has been sen- tenced to thirty days in the Kaufman county jail. c SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MII.D POWER U H E HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Been in general use for twenty vears. Everywhere proved the most safe, simple, economical and efficient medicine* known. They are just what the people want, saving time, money, sickness and suffering. Every single specific the well tried prescript...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 January 1879

—^ —w ■srr Royal Champagne. A.R.COLLINS & CO., GENERAL (EXTRA DRY.) L A NN N D1> AA N N N !) I) I, A A N N N I) I) r AAA N N Nl> 1) 1XLLA AN NNDDV A AA (Kin 1TTJ (I O T 1 ■m A OUO T £aa n nn b«s8 KuoN ANI) IJIIOKKItS IN NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ANTED—A GOOD MAN FOR everv State and Territory in the Union; a fair salary paid. Call or ad- dress La Helle Manfg. Co., 93 Clark St , Chicago. 4w Boots and Shoe*. Livery Stable*. w D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. ilj THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY , B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. J. u,8if* STOCKMEN. id ci ur /At y et. on- red / City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO- CATION OF COLONIES. - , WAN rED,«.T,.,.iSr- Uon anil the adjoining towns for the best selling household article* in the world. Tip top profit*, write at once to N. Y. Manfg. Co.. 2 Clinton Place, N. Y. 4W AGENTS, READ THIS. We will pay Agents a Salary of $100 per month and expenses, or allow a large com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 January 1879

■m ■' " v-WflsIC * .. . g 1f/:, '• " ■' ''■!• ' The 3QaiUj items. DKiviiwoiv., SATURDAY....! .JAN. u, 1S79. It. POLK until ANN, City Kdito:. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTKAL. twains. No, i. St. Louis Express... No. 3. Chicago Express... No. 5. Why Freight No. 7. Express Freight.... No. 9. Freight.••« ** No, 11. Frcifcot, No. a. Si. Louis Express.... No, a. Ohiciitfo Express...> No. 6. Way Freight........ No. Kxprcss Freigtte.... No. 10. Freight \ No. 12, Freight akrivjc. j .15 a. m 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 V. m. 4 :oo a. m. 5:5s P. M. 2 .oo a. m. depart. 4:00 a. 1.1* 3:45 i*. m. I 4 :ao a. m. | 3:55 *• M. I S;oo a. m. [12:15 p. iv. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. | arrive. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas & Texas Ex. 3:15 r. 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.... 1 8:15 a. ft i depart. No. 2. Texas, Kansas Jt Chicago Ex. 11:30 a.m. No. *. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§ 12:45 a.m. No. o. Stock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

T k c fof |nd re. son |the lly fcou- per mil- I dol- J Ml* in. pxas. pat- 11 > i1 > - of pared the nc's t'exas. llllner 8 jtlRt arti- |ldren. •latf. ck of Boot |liml' at 4 6t Spc- ld wiil fourth street, 1 tf ind sur- he post- r Ann- et. 2 5tf JB~ .J.-- "■II'IJ.-I! Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning. Jan. 12, 187Q. No. 274. THE Scientific American THIRTY-FOURTH YEA K, Most Popular Scientific Paper in theWorld Only :i.«o WCekly, a Y««r, Including 52 Numbers a Year. Vi-ok 4,out) The Scientific American is a large first, class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages, printed in the most beantiful style, pro- fusely il'ustrated with magnificent en- gravings, representing the newest inven- tions and the most recent advances in the arts and sciences; Including new and in- teresting facts in agriculture, horticul-. uie, the home, health, medical progress, ociai scieuc e, natural history, geology, astronomy. The most valuable practical papers, by eminent writers in all depart- ments of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

7?> ',V'T J - Hotel* and Restaurant*. Real Estate Agents. 8PEC 'i'kc Daily Jlctus. DKNINQjM HOUSE. I'LANTKRS REAL E8TATE NOTICE. SUNDAY . ■ I I I I Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON ANI) TEXAS CENTRAL. TWAINS. No. i. St. Louis Express No. 3. Chicago Express.*.,...... No. 5. Whv Freight No. 7. Kxpress Freight., No. 9. Freight...- No, ii. Freignt No. a. St. Louis Express No. 4. Chicago Express No. 6. Way Freight.. No. 8. Express Freight No. 10. Freight No. is. Freight akkivk. 1a .15 A. M. ii :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 :oo a. m. 5:55 **. >*• 3 .00 A. M. drpakt. 4 :oo a. m* 3:45 V. M. 4:20 a. m, 3*5 P- M- 8:00 A. M. ia: x5 r. w. >CALS. THE!' MILD POWER XT K DE3 HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. MISSOURI. KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5, No. 7. No. 3. No. 4. No. 3. No. 8. | akrive. Chicag-n, Kansas it Texas Ex.1 3:15 r. m> St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex 4 :oo a. m Stock Train | 1:15 p. m Through Freight | 8:15 a. m i depart. Texas, Kanuas A Chicago Ex. 11130 a. m. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

1 J II on- red Shi' jiitiin ptwa. DKNISON. SUNDAY MORNING-. FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. this hornkt'8 west. •*' When X was young," said cousin Tom, " At tlie old house that I camo trom A honeysuckle usod to grow, That clambered round tho portico. How sweely, I remember well, It's yellow blossoms used to smell; And how ono Summer, In It's shade, Their great, gray nest tho hornets made. 11 Around the rooms they buzzing flew, And wandered all tho gardens through, And always knew precisely where Grew sweetest plum and choicest pear. With their dull drone and cruel stings, They seemed such Idle, spiteful things, To drive them off I said, one day, ' I'll tear their ugly nest away!' • No, Tom,' my mother said; 'no, no! You must not think of doing so; You foolish boy! 'tis never best To meddle with a hornet's nest.' " Her good advice away was thrown; The moment that I was alone I climbed, and hold of it I caught To pull it down; when, quicjc as thought, Out llew the hornets, great and small, And f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

Me Ji.uli) §gto #. DKNISON, SUNDAY MOKNING. FORESIGHT OF FATE. Mother and oliild walk In a path oI flower*, Through u bright garden tenilod by the Ilotra From gentlo blossoms, fragrant-hearted tliero. Birds, singing, lilt the child's heart Into air. Homo dreadful llonse before them grows, un- known ; A ghostly grated casement stares from stone I Whence oarne tUoJphantom? What enclmni ment wild? Tho mother sees it not, nor can the child. JLo, some lost face, haunting with dreamy glare Tho darkness, looking through the darkness there! How strange if he, lost to himself within, Were that same child, pure as a rose from sin; And if that face, through thoso fleroe bars oglare Saw the same child cling to that mother's care I —John Jamca Piatt. CAPT. WHITFIELD'S PROTEGE. The Man who was l!ehin<l the Scenes when Commodore Perry was in Japan. [From the Sailors' l^agazine.] A Japanese sailor named John Man- gero, in company with two of his coun- trymen, named Denzu and Goeman, was wrecked ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

I / g. I Tho Two Murpbys. A good story is told of the comedian,, Joe Murphy. It was during tho " blue ribbon " ex- citement, and Joo was journeying to a small town in the vicinity of l'ittsburg.1 As the train steamed into the depot, it was boarded by a half-dozen men, who after a hurried conference with the con- ductor approached tho comedian with beaming faces. «Mr. Murphy, I beliove," said the spokesman, hat in hand. " At your service, sir," replied Joe. " Delighted to meet you, sir. Wo are the committee appointed to take you in charge," and they fairly dragged the astonished Joe from tho car, placed him in a carriage, and they were whirled swiftly away. " God bless us," thought the exponent of Irish peculiarities. "This is very kind. Never was in this town before. A man's reputation does travel, and that's a fact." In a short time they had reached the hotel, and the committee having placed Joe in the best parlor suite prepared to depart. " We will call for you after supper, Mr. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

Grandmother'!* Birthday Just seventy years ago A little babv smUed; And they gave the sweet old Blblo name Of Hannah to the child. She slept, no doubt, audi sleep As only (alls on eyes That still liavo shut within their lids The light of paradise. No doubt the little hands I,ay passive on her breast, As, with the cradle's lullaby, They hushed her to hor rost. Ah, me I who could foretell What work those hands should do? How many they should help to lead bife's troubled mazes through? What never-fHlterlng part Their tender strength should take; What burdens for the tired ones bear; What barriers help to break? Sciircoly a day or hour in till these long, long years, But thoy have helped some weaker one, Or wiped some sufferer's tears. And, ah, who could forosee Upon that baby brow, Where lay the dark and silky locks, Us crown of silver now? Peace, as at first, Is there; The world has never set One single line of its hard seal Upon that forehead yet I The constant shadow of pain lias di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

* 1 . 1 f' . , | ■J * - ' ■ , "' \v'- ';/■ 1 ' ■ Royal Champagne. A R C0LLlf!s & ca' (EXTRA DRY.) STOCKMEK. FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There is only one nil wry from Texas that runs its cars into the great Union Railroad Depot, S*. Levis, and it is the M , K. & T. The M., K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, where close connection is made with all lines to the East without the expense, delay and an- noyance of transfers met with by other routes. In addition to this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the route by Denison and Sedalia is the only one of- fering two trains dai y each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if ,'ou are going East, and purchase thrcuga ticket', over the M-, K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannib it to Chicago. FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the M., K. T. via Hannibal, and enjoy the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 January 1879

j *?t / "is t' 3T,he Urns. " IDX&OTMOIV. ~ , SUNDAY ... .JAN. ta, 1879. *"S"! K. POLK BERHAN8, City Editor. A few civil cases were tried in Judge Riddle's court Saturday. Smoke Gold Dollars. Cassandra—A package containing 5 long Havana fillers cigars; 25 cents at Louis Lebrecht's. A gold pen was raffled last night at Weil's. J. M. Slieedef was the lucky winner. — Smoke Gold Dollors. — — ■ -i——- • Imported Jamacia and Scotch whiskies at Louis Lebrecht's. The mammoth meerschaum pipe raffled last night at Weil's was won by George S. Foster who threw forty-nine. Smoke Gold Dollars. Cassandra—A package containing 5 long Havana fillers cigars, for 25 cents at Louis Lebrecht's. Only one case on the docket in the Mayor's court Saturday, but the trial of the same was postponed till Monday. It is a case of disturbance of the peace by using abusive and profane language. Smoke Gold Dollars. Go to the Kansas City store for a clear Havanna cigar—"The Immi- grant"—price five cents. 11,at Frenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 January 1879

i • Scientif ic American Til IKTY-FOUKTII YK 1 It, Most Popular Soientifio Paper in theWorld Only S3 SO n Y<iar, Including Postage. Weekly, 08 Nuinbfi-H a Year. 4,000 liuuk Pajfea. The Scientific American is a largo first- class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages, printed in the most beautiful .style, pro- fusely illustrated with magnificent en- gravings, representing the newest inven- tions and the most recent advances in the arts and sciences; including new and in- teresting facts in agriculture, horticul- ure, the home, health, medical progress, ocial scienc e, natural history, geology, astronomy. The most valuable practical papers, by eminent writers in all depart- ments of science, wi'.l be found in the Scientific American. Terms, $3.20 per year, $1.60 half year, which includes postage. Discount f«i agents. Single copies ten cents. Sold by all newsdealers. Remit by postal or- der to M.UNN & CO., publishers, 37 Park Row, New Y01 k. D A nrtTATTC In connec- I J\ 1 JjLIN I O....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 January 1879

Cheap as Dirt! SPECIAL LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! DKNISON. TUESDAY Death of Gustavo Sohleicher Real Estate Agents. AH Texas will read with (eelings of sorrow this morning the news of the death of this gitted representa- tive in congress. Our paper yester- day morning spoke of him as a dying man, but even then his pulse had ceased, his heart no longer beat, his soul had left its tenement ol clay and his spirit had gone forth into— The Night! He was a great man. Perhaps Texas never had a brighter intellect in her councils, or in the councils of the nation. Though born on foreign soil, he had been a citizen of this state more than thirty years. He knew the interest of no other land, nor loved them so well. Whether on the hustings or in the national forum, his voice was ever uplifted for the developement, the grandeur and the glory of the land of his adop- tion. Western Texas has lost its best and truest friend, and the whole state one to whom she always looked for vindication or for aid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 January 1879

Royal Champagne, a.r.collins&co„ J I U GENERAL (EXTRA DRY.) TRADEMARK. THE OLD RELIABLE FISH BRAND is made especially for stockmen, and is the most durable and reliable in the mar- ket. These are the only coats that have the patent inside sleeves for excluding the wind and rain. Be sure the above trade mark is on the goods before pur- chasing. MILLER BROS., Agts. for Texas 170 Market street, GALVESTON, TEXAS. 9 22061,1 CENTRAL ROUTE. LOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to any in the State. TWO EXPRE'JS TRAINS EACH VAY BETWEEN HOUSTON & L A NN N ]>DD I. AA N N N !) I) L A A N N N I) I) L AAA N N N I> D LI.LLA AN NN DDL) A <;<!r; TTTT'"u88- AA i: G T " D h A A (1 T "KR„ Aaa n go t k 2 A A <100 T and hrokers IN D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANYIJRANDOF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BK J. B. M cDOU GALL , DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf* STOCKMEN. ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 14 January 1879

DENISON. TUESDAY JAN. 14, 1871). R. POLK BUllHANS, City Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTRAL ark1vi! No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. Kxprcss Freight No. 9. Freight No, 11. Freignt TWAINS. St. Lou Is Kx press.. Chicago Kxpress.. Wny Freight.... No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. a. No. d. No. 6. No. S. 12 .IS A. M. 11 :oo a. m, 9:30 p. m. 4 :oo a. m. 5:55 '• w. a .00 a. m. depart. 4 :oo a. m" 3:4s p. m. 4 :ao a. m. 3; 55 P- M- 8:00 a. m. Iia:i5 r. w. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. 1ARK1VB. 3:15 p. m 4 :oo A. M Stock Train I *'.*5 M Through Freight i 8:15 a. m 1 depart. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex. |ii 130 a. m. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§ 12:45 a. m Stock Train i 4:00 p. m Through Freight | 5:00 a. M. Rev. J. M. Binkley, of Sherman, will preach a sermon this evening at the Presbyterian church. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The stage leaves Caddo, I. T., for Fort Sill on Monday, Wednesday and Satuiday of each week, on the arrival of the M., K. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 January 1879

s hi / { I Vol. VJ — Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning. January i5, 1870. the Scientific American THIRTY-FOURTH VlJAIt, Most Popular Scientific Paper in theWorld Only HSU.20 n Year, 1 ncl 11 < 1 i iir Postage. Weekly, B'-J N 11 in be I'M a Your. 4,000 l>ook I'ayeM. H ardware. The Scientific American Is a large first- class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages, printed in the most beautiful style, pro- fusely illustrated with magnificent en- gravings, representing the newest inven- tions and the most recent advances in the arts and sciences; including new and in- teresting facts in agriculture, horticul- uie, the home, health, medical progress, ocial scienc e, natural history, geology, astronomy. The most valuable practical paper*, by eminent writers in all depart- ments of science, will be found in the Scientific American . Terms, $3.20 per year, $1.60 half year, which includes postage. Discount to agents. Single copics ten cents. Sold by all newsdealers. Remit by postal or- der ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 January 1879

•ir.vV •' ' r "Trrr - ■■/'•■&'* '* , „ ■'..'« .;"• '.' JHi If te faily Bctw. DUNI^ON. WEDNESDAY JAN. ij, 1879- Arizona — The Southern Pacific Railroad -Rich Mines. We see from a letter written by W. S. Oury, of Tucson, Arizona, to R. J. Winders, Fort Worth, which is published in the Fort Worth Dem ocrat ot the 10th inst., that the Southern Pacific railroad will reach Tucson about the end of this year The road is already built sixteen miles this side of Fort Yuma, and force of 800 or 900 men are at work to rush it along further. Tucsi n, he says, has grown to be a town of over 6000 people, and its population is increasing every day. He writes in glowing terms of the mines now worked in the various mining districts — the Tombstone, Patagonia and Arivaca—and claims Aizona to be the richest mining country yet known. In the Arivaca district a St. Louis company is put- ting up a forty stamp mill, and Flood & Kirkpatrick have sold their mines in that district tor $65,000 lately. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 January 1879

J i sF i Livery Stable*. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Boots and Shoes OIIN MALONEY, Royal Champagne. a'r'coLurns&co (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOJJIS. this wine challenges com- parison with any BRAND of native sharkling wine. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. 11,811* WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR d S n ci -i 9^ i ft o w a> A Eh First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 2S",f j: M. HILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly on hand. 10-14 tf CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to any in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY bktvvkkn ST. LOUIS 'AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, running between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. a nn n ddd l aa nn nd d l a a n n n j) j) l aaa n nnj) d lllla an nn ddd ogfj tt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 January 1879

She Initiji JUvus. DEN1SON. WEDNESDAY JAN. 15, 1879. Joe Quuin's pet dog, ''Stranger," 1 A gentleman permanently con- : was found dead yesterday near the necied with the movement for the stock yard pond. The dog was Joe's relief of the poor and destitute in How iB This P We fir.d the following in the Hous- Shorman's Shame E. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. twains. akkive. No. 1. St. Louis Express " .15 M- No, 3. Chicago Express. 11:00 a. m No. 5. W*y Freight 9:30 p.m. No. 7. Express Freight... .oc a. m No. 9. Krii(fht 5'-55 r' M' No, n. Freignt j 00 a. m St. Louis Express... No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No, 8. Express Freight.. No. 10. Freight. No. 13. Freight. Chicago Express. Way Freight. i depart. . .| 4:00 a. m* 4:30 a. m 3-.55 ' M 8:00 a.m ia:i5 P. w companion day and night, and his untimely "taking off" makes Joe well nigh uncopsolable. Call at the Singer Sewing Machine es- tablishment, opposite the post office and examine t heir ...

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