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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 January 1879

pn I-Wjr •«W f • ^y.ijPfH11. .r* '*""' " •-•tfpfrfW / / 7 I ■ I V im iso it Wctos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, January 16, 187Q. No. 277. the A 1 1 #■ ■ ■ THIRTY-FOURTH YJKAlt, ^ Most Popular Scientific Paper In theWorld 1 ' -4 *,;■ l-ri ***** 7■" Ouly I.Tifl n Year, Including Postage. Weekly, S3 M uiDbnrH u Year. 4,000 isuuk i'agvi). 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- 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, will be found in the Scientific American. Terms, $3.20 per year, $1.60 half year, which includes postage. Discount to agents. Single...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 January 1879

fixe Jailg |« DENISON. ' THURSDAY JAN. i6, 187^. No TodyiBm in Cork. The Irish Tribune, published in Chicago, in referring to tlx; snub given Gmitby the citizens of Cork, Ireland, makes several very appro- priate comments. Starting o^it by eulogising the guyd sense manifested by the people of Cork in refusing to give "the petty little despot" an ova- tion, it says "Cork is the recogniz- ed heart of Catholic and Nationa Ireland, and it deemed it the proper time when the representative of the bigoted faction in America, and the head of the party which antagonizes the Irish people here, was visiting the country, to administer the de served rebuff! The orange thugs of Londonderry and Bellfast, gave the "butcher bigot" an ovation. On the principal that "birds] of a feather flock together," this is meet and proper. The vile monsters, who, vulture like, would devour their own mother, found a congenial spirit in the iticai nation of bigotry, which was capable of vomiting forth the Des Moine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 January 1879

« W'f y«lyww ' .,,,.. wjwjwww 1' •«* m* ,* iMtvmam I X If /' P ./ t } i / /Royal Champagne, a.r.collins&co., J r O GENERAL (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE, SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. 11,8tf* tirl* WHY SEND out of town TO GET YOUR fl 5 ° q 6 £ J o First-Class Tailoring .AT REASONABLE PRICES. Call and examine goods, etc. Remember the place; next dodr to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 0 25-tf J M. 1IILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, texas. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings constant!} on hand. 10-14 tt CENTRAL BOUTK. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to any in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY betwken houston & ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, running between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO . Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Between TEXAS and ST.-LOUIS and i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 January 1879

•« • • V*t t-_ k ■ *. k: ' ,_... w~ mf r«v*. She Daily Hems. DENISON, THURSDAY .....JAN. 16, 1S70. E. POLK BUHHAN8, City Editor, Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. twains. | akkive. No. i. St. I-ouis Kxpress No. 3. Chicu*;<> Hx| rc* s., No. 5. Wny rrd^ht.... No. 7. Express Freight No. 9. Freight No, 11. Krcignt.*. Mo. a. No. St. Lovtfc Repress.... Chicago Express. No. a. Chicago Express No. o. Way rrcujht No. 8. Axprcss Freight Axp No. 10. Freight No. 12. Freight 12 .is A. M 11 :oo a. m V:3° p- w 4 :oo a, 5:55 r. m 2.00 a. m DEPART. 4 .00 a. m 3:45 **• M 4:ao a. m y55 M 5 :oo a. m 12 :15 r. Yi The News received a visit last evening from Mr. T. R. Short, a brother of Captain VV. D. Short, a citizen of Den i so 11 at an early day. Mr. Short is from Deadwood, where he is engaged in the quarts mining business. Mr. William Hughes is improving his property situated in the suburbs of the city. His residence on the corner of Burnet avenue and near Sears street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1879

■ jag. V :< r' \ 4, Pr Vol. VI Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, January 17, 1879. No. 278. THE Scientific American THIRTY-FOURTH YK.il?, Most PopularSoientlfio Paper in theWorld On'y 93.20 it Year, In«lulling Pontage. Weekly, 62 Numbers a Year. 4,000 Book Pugi-i. The Scientific American is a large first- class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages, printed in the most beautiful style, pro- fusely il'ustrated with fnairnificiMlt en- pmving*, representing the iu:west inven- tions and the most recent advances ill the arts and sciences j including new anil in- teresting facts in agriculture, horticul- ute, the home, health, medical progress, ocisil scienc <5, natural history, geology, astronomy. The most valuable practical papers, by eminent writers in sill 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 copies ten cent*. Sold by all newsdealers. Remit by postal or- der to M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1879

'i'hc Daily J\cu)s. DENISON. FRIDAY JAN. 17, 187c,. Great preparations are being made in Mexico for the reception of the Chicago excursionists. The govern- ment itself is lending aid. Ten lines of railway find a com- mon center at Houston. Those roads cover a distance of fifteen hun died miles. It is said Mr. Everett, secretary of the American legation at Berlin, has good prospects for promotion to be minister. SP&C1AX LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! Vital weakness or depression: a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; he result of mental over-work, indescre- tion8 or excesses, or some drain upon the svstem, is always cured by Humphrey's Homoeopathic Specific No 28. It tones up and invigorates the system, dispels the gloom and despondency, imparts strength and energy,—stops the drain and rejuve- nates the entire man. Been used twenty years with perfect success by thousands. Sold by dealers. Price, $1.00 per single vial, or $5 go per package of five vials and $2.00 vial of powd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1879

■ ft V 1/ !•' Royal Champagne. A,RX0L!:2s&ca' (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR i u'\- ; ^ ISO Ssifi •i".S : ' First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, ETC. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 =5-«f T M. IIILL, . v 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 between HOUSTON & ST. LOUIS AND GHICAGO A (1QG TTTTM AA O G T B®*8 I, A NN N DDI) L AA NN ND D n a « u i ^ h AANNNDDAAO T AAA N If ND D AAA G OO T ■ lllla AN NNDDD A A uuo AND BROKERS IN City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1879

pffir" . fii, I 3?,he gaily Uterus. FRIDAY DENISON. * JAN. il, 187#, R. rOLK BURHANS, City Editor. Mad Dog. Wear Sherburne's long leg boots, preventive, Sure latf Read our interesting correspon- dence from the State capital. Wanted. A number or teams immediate. to J. J. Campbell, Senate Saloon. The clerical force at the H. & T Apply 5 3t The Congressional committee es- corting the remains of Mr. Schleich- er will arrive here at three fifteen p. m. to-day, Mrs. Schleicher is also on the train. Our Special Austin Dispatches The citizens appreciate the spe- cial dispatches furnished daily by the News from the State capital, and our subscription list is increasing In consequence. Look out (or the great auction sale at the Kansas City Store. i6tf , >Capt. Doughty arrived from Kan- C. fre:ght depot has been reduced, j W6 yesterday. The News recehed a call yester- day irom Major Lew of Sherman. Will Southern, agent of the Sing- er Sewing Machine Company at Sheiman, was in the city y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1879

I '. 1 . 1 . H- !LJ IIL'W" 1 }' 111 T" ry p lie |e Ir* I' > to je lie /o he in he at ty ui e- ive :he es. of :ity ris- at lias uy- ler- in lig- v-cst o a feet till Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, January i8, 1879. No. 279. FROM TEVA8 TO 8T. LOUIS. « * rr — j .Therp i« oily'one railway from Texas that runs its ci'.is into the great Union Railro'.ui Depot, St-, Louis, and it is the M' 1 K. Sc r. 1. | TP.Ttfc ivf., K. f. cars riih directly into tfcfc St. Loins Union Depot, where" clone connection is made with all linen to the East Htttjput the expense, delay-dud an- " -other section in , { 'route by Oenl«4 n aAd Sedhtia U die ortij^phe of- feHng'tW6 train* daily .each way: between Texas and i t. Lpuin and Chicago, He member this tf yoii" are going Ea6t, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sndalia to St. Loui6, and via Hannibal to Chicago. FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going-East or Norttt, «ifher for 'pleasure or business, should purch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1879

:;l)y ' "lit" . %\it Jlailij fkxus. DENISON. SATURDAY JAN. 18, 1879. Death of E. H. Gushing. This widely known Texas journal ist and distinguished citizen died at his home in Houston night before last of pneumonia. His illness has been published, but scarcely anyone was prepared to hear of its fatal ter- mination. Perhaps no man in all Texas, in the walks of private life, was better known than Mr. Cushing. He was a native of Vermont, and in 1851 came to thi6 State, and, in connec- tion with Swayne, commenced the publication of a small weekly paper at the town of Columbia, Brazoria county. We heard him say that his office was too poor to afford a mar- ble imposing stone, and that he made up the first forms of his paper on the floor. Being well educated and a man of wonderful industry, his pa- per flourished. In 1856 he came to Houston and bought the Telegraph, founded twenty-six years before, in 1836, by Gail Borden. He soon converted it into a daily, and it was among the few dailies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1879

I Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) d. nicholson, agent; st. louis. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf* WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR m mmi m M First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 25-tf 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 BETWEEN HOUSTON &ST L0UIS 'AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, running between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. Pullman Palace Sleeping: Cars Between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS and intermediate points, without change. Special inducements to immigrants and people desiring to settle in the State, RATES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1879

J'he jEfeifc? iUws. 1> E IN I is'oiN, ' SATURDAY JAN. 18, 1879. B. TOUv JBURHANS, p% Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. MJM JJL ■ ■ The- Denison lienev lent Associa- tion is now providing for some twelve families'in destitute circumstances. We hope our citizens will contribute all the assistance possible. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. a.kkivk. 14 >15 a. m. u :cX) A. M. 9:30 V. M. 4:00 A. M. 5:55 **• M. a 00 a. m. TRAINS. No. i. St. I.ouis Kx press No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5. Wiy Freight ♦ No. 7. Express Friight No. 9. Freight. No, 11. Freignt.... Ho. a. Sr. t^ouls nxpresau.. No. ±. Chicago Express*.. No. o. Way Freight..'..... No. 8. Express Freight.... Nv. VK I : 'I No. i2„' Freight............ ..: > UKFAKT. 4 :oo A. Mb 3:45 P. M. 4: 20 A. Ml 3:5s *• M- 8:00 A. M. is :i5 r. iv. {MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TKJCAS. Found. A Knights of Pythias gold pin. The owner can have the same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. A niece of Congressman Schleich- er's, who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, January 19, 1879. No. 280. FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There is only one rillway (vom Texas that runs its curb igto the gfent Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, arid it is the M , K. & T. The Mm K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, where"close connection ib 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 qu:ly oop,of- fering tw,o trains daily each way.between Texas and St. Louis and Chkajjo, tie member this if you are going E 6t. and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from TekaS 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 union depot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

/• •• liV' Hotel* and Restaurant*. 3TI™ J3aity Items, DENIHON, SUNDAY JAN. if, iSygJ Tho Governor's Message. The governor's message was sent in on the iGth and referred to the proper committees without reading. Following is a brief synopsis of the document, which covers 48 pages: The governor commences by wel- coming thb State legislators to the duty of devising means to sustain the public credit, lessen the burdens of government, encouraging the devel- opment of the State's resources and pioviding for the fuller' protection of lite and liberty. He*congratfilatts them on bountiful harvests, exomp tion from pestilence and famine, on general prosperity and the possession of a tiee government. He presents the following from the report of the treasurer and comp- troller : Funds in the treasury— State revenue ...$ 110,11364 Available school fund 3.21,428 37 Permanent school lund 3,320,124 35 A and M collejd tund 212,116 66 University fund 237.166 62 Other accounts. 350,993 46 SPECIAL LOC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

/ Site Jlailtr llews. r) K N l S O N . SUNDAY MORNING. The Gregorian Calendar. It is generally understood, according to certain profound calculations and in- ferences, more or less reliable, that the world enters to-day [.Jan. 1, 1879] upon the 5879th year since the creation; or, possibly, according to the Julian period, the 6592d year; but, of course, the cer- tainty that this is something about which, wo may say, wo know nothing, makes one number answer our purpose quite as well as the other. But one thing, it is believed, we do know, ap- proximately, if no't with absolute cer- tainty, and this is recognized and adopted by the civilized world, namely, that we begin to-day the 1879th year of the Christian era; Anno Dominni, or year of our Lord, 1879. The new year will stand in history as Anno inundl, year of the world .5870 Anno Doininl, your of the Lord 1879 Jewish yenr 5639 Julian period 0592 Hegira, or flight of Maliomot 1295 A. U. 0., foundation of Rome .2632 Independence of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

Ihc fatlg & -5 DKN1HON . SUNDAY MORNING. STORIES TOM) IN A TUN J)A. HOTEL ItO- Old Major Throckmorton and Charles l>l<-k« iiH—Ool. Dick Wlntertunlth mid the Attache—Jenny Lind'* Trip up the Mis- sissippi* [Louisville Correspondence New York Sun.] Old Major Throckmorton, who kept the Gait House here for years, is dead, but the memory of him survives. It was the Major who said that the turkey was a very inconvenient bird—two large for one and not large enough for two. When Charles Dickens visited this country in '46, he meant to stay a day or two in Louisville, and, of course, put up at the Gait House. He had been well settled in his room in the second story only an hour or two when the Major, a bosom friend of Henry Clay, and on terms of more or less intimacy with every notable man in the South, sent in his name to the novelist and fol- lowed it a moment after in persen. •• Mr. Dickons," he began, extendiug his hand, "we aro glad to welcome you. We know you and admire you, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

f lit In to to py /e 10 3r hy te ik i Ll I1IGHK AND THEltE. Louis Blanc thinks there will be a universal republic on this world soon, and only two languages spoken, English for commerce and French for literature. So much black silk has been ordered by dealers in England for the mourning for the late I'rincess Alice that an ap- preciable improvement in the trade of the South of Franco is folt. " Jules Verne's voyage round the world in 80 days," says Qalignani, "has now been surpassed by Mr. Hars,Amer- can Consul at Alexandria, Egypt, who has done the journey in 68 days." The viaduct that Cleveland opened with much ceremony a few days ago, spans the Cuyahoga ltiver and valley with 10 arches, is two-thirds of a mile long, 64 feet wide, cost $2,170,000, and unites Cleveland proper with what used to be Ohio City. Joseph Beckekt, of Kilbourn City, Wis., married a young, pretty and ac- complished widow. The match was in ail respects fitting, except that the hus- band was a Roman Catholic p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

Better Than Gold. Better than grandeur, hotter than gold, Than rank and titles a thousand fold, la a healthy body and mlrid at ease, And simple pleasures that always ploaso; A heart that cau (eel (or another1* woe, And aYl&re Its Joys with a gonial ><low, With sympathies largo enough to en(old, All men as brothers, Is bettor than gold. Hotter than gold Is a conscience clear, Though tolling for bread In an humble sphere, Doubly blessed with content and health, Untried by the lust of cares of wealth; Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor man's cot; Cor mind and morals, in nature's plan, Are the genuine tests of a gentleman. j sun and storm, under a clump of trees, the monotone of the sea that had some boys at play found the missing kinship with joy. 1 ones. Hor child was held fast in her ! arms. The sea-weed was wound in and , out as though to bind the hands still | oloser, lest the weakness of death un- lock them and lot go her treasure. The town had a com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, <«'• DENISON, TEXAS. u,8tf* WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR ita? +3 03 ii • ■■ , . 1 Bid fl2§ A Hw .0 m First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE FRIGES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door lo the Kansac City Store, Main street. 9 25-tf j M. HILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, - 310 Main street, DENISON, • - - TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings constant!} on hand. 10-14 tt CENTRAL. ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to any in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY betwkes LOUIS 'AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, running between TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO . Fullninn Palace Sleeping Cars Between TEXAS and ST? LOUIS and intermediate points, without change. Special inducements to immigrants and people desiring t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1879

,1. ■; She Saiht lleius. E DI33NISON, SUNDAY... JAN. 19, 1879. It. FOLK BUEHANS.Citi Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AN1) TEXAS CENTRAL. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5 No. 7! No. 9. No, 11 No. 3, No. 4, No. 0. No. S. No^ IO. No. u. TRAINS. St. Louis Express.. Chicago Express.. W*y t' lvvuin.. .. . Express I< Freight. Frci^iit St . Louis Express.. Chioni£o Hxpr^ts.. \\ 4 V Frrifcut, H \'p reKR I'*c Ifcht... Freight. Freight AKK1VK. 13 .15 A. M. ii :oo a. m. 9:30 1 . M. J too A. M. 5:55 V- M- 2 .do a. m. dlipakt. 4 *.0q a. m* 3 *45 *• M. 4 I2Q A. M. as 5#v & « $ |ia-.15 i' {[MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. t, No. 3. No. '5 No. 7, | akhivf. fhirajjo, Kansas ftTc-xns Ex.1 3:15 r. m St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex j| '4:00 a. m Slock Train j 2:151-. m Through Freight 8:15 a DKPART. No. 3. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex.! 11130 A. M. No. i. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Kx.§ 13:45 *• M- No. 0. Stock Train ; I 4:00 r. M. No. S. Through Freight.... ! 5:00 a. ' An Indian living nea...

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