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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

-rr- fl'-f i, II n Ic Id lis le ie la- fio Ide ■lie Irer md re, A! v; *•> not ven if Hailii ftfctos. Vol. VI. — — Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, January 26, 1879. No. 286. FROM TEXASJTO ST. LOUIS. There is only one rnilwny from Texas that run* its cars Into the great Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, and it is the M.,K. &T. The M., K. Ti cars *11 n directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, where"close connection is made with all lines to the East wtthout the expense; t|elay and an- noyance of transters met with by other routes. In Addition to this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the route by Den'iRon and Sedalia is the only one of- fering two trains tlaUy ea6h way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago, Re member this if you are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. 1 . - PROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

I ■s-r J'hc flaily 3\cw$. DENISON, SUNDAY * JAN. 26, 1879. The Sherman Register says some ugly rumors are started already on Governor Roberts. It is positively asserted that he promised the office of Assistant Attorney General to Chenoweth, of Bonham, and in vio- lation of an express and voluntary promise gave the office to Ball, ol Jacksboro. It is also said he prom- ised the office of Secretary of State to Bartew, of Dallas, and gave it to Temple to 11. Again, he is charged with bad faith in the nomination of Jones for Adjutant General. Talk about this matter has brought out the charge against Jones that he has been drawing pay for two offices trom the State. 1 He took pay as Major, commanding the frontier bat- talion, and also as quartermaster of that organization. If the charge be true it would be better to send him as a special delegate to represent the interests of the State in the peniten- tiary than to make him Adjutant General. All these things are caus- ing a considerable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

Che flailw %\tw. ( i itnd cl [r In >) 1> 12 NIHON, SUNDAY MOHN1NG. HEItE AXD THEIi W. H. Vandekbilt invests $500,000 yearly in paintings. In Boston, 50 years ago, lottery tick- ets were sometimes given as school .prizes. Alabama clears $30,000 by hiring out her convicts, and keeps only a few in the penitentiaries. The Cabinet officers have a dinner at the house of one of the members every fortnight, and they attend in morning ■dress. I The importation of fruit from the Mediterranean direct to Boston by steamers is larger this season than ever before. Nevada has $600,000 in her Treasu- ry, and the people are urging the build- ing of an insane asylum and a school of mines with it. Diphtheria is raging at Vienna and in some districts of Hungary. In •one town of 20,000 souls 2,135 cases 927 deaths are reported. Pack butter in a clean, scalded fir- kin ; cover it with a strong brine and sproad a cloth all over the top. If you have a bit of saltpeter dissolve it with the brine. Beec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

• : •< SBHSBBHSpSiS ®ht fJattii fjjtcm denibon. SUNDAY MORNING. treacherous. No confidence could bo | placed in his word. Like till highland- ers the Afghans were intensely proud! and thought a great deal of pedigree. Men's Names. The study of men's names is as curi- ous as it is interesting. Arbitrary There were no good grounds for believ- as th«y seem to-day, they all had their ttn Kn i\t luuriuit nfifrm They ' source evidently in some fitting fact. THE MAlllAUA OF THE NEXT GEN- ERATION. You come not—ah! you come not, 1 watch with a weary eye From my window as the crowded Balloons k" tloatlng by ; Each bears its human lading, But heart) It from me aloof, Ami never rattles a grapnel I'pou our lonely roof. Along its rails of Iron, A hundred miles an hour, The ex steam-horse Is hurried By the Keely-motor's power; It dashes past tlio station, And away, outspeedlug the storm; But In the passenger-catcher I do not see your form. The trees are red with Autumn, But In the leaf-strewn m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

FOR TIIE YOUNG POLKS. Tin: LAZY HOY. Tim boy lay 1 iv Ills littli! boil, Though oft Ills niothot' called; " (Jet up! oomo down to bmikfttgt, Kredl " Uet up I" hi lather bawled. Yet quiet and lerene lie lay, As though lie lieard tliotn not; Opoasuin did the youuKdtui'pluy, Though thing* were getting hot. The time paused on—he did not start, Tlut took another nap; Ills father up the stairs did dart And gave hi* door a rap. Ho oriod aloud, "Say, Freddie, say! Why don't you leave your bed?" But silently young Freddie lay, As though he were quite dead. " Speak Freddie," ouce agapi ho cried, For I must soon bo gone; And"—but a lusty snore replied— Pa's patience nearly gone. Up to lils face quick ran the blood, He tore his auburn hair; A moment at the doorway stood, In still, yet deep despair. And shouted 'gain with thunderous knock, " Young scoundrel, do you hoar?" While In the hall loud ticked tho clock, That grated on his ear. With augry push, he oped the door, And slammed it to again; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

m to'tjk<K 1 A Church Sociable. They oarrtod pie to the parson'* house, Ami scattered the floor wttli crumbs, And marked the leaves of his choicest books With the prints of their greasy thumbs. They piled his dishes high and thick With u lot oi unhealthy cako, While they gobbled the buttered toaat and rolls Which tho parson's wiie did iuake. Thoy linng around Ulytle's ciunsic nock Their apple-parings for sport, And every one laughed when a clumsy lout Npillod lils tea on the piano-forte. Nt-vt day the parson wentdown on his knees, With his wife—but not to pray; O, no 'twas to sorape the xreane and dirt .From the carpet and stairs away. —Shoe and Leather Reporter Nothing. " lll« sed be nothing!" an old woman said, As she scrubbed away for lier daily bread. " I'm better off than my neighbor the Squire He's afraid of robbers, afraid of Are, Afraid of flood to wreck his mill, Afraid of something to cross bis will. I've nothing to burn, and nothing to steal, Hut a bit of pork and a ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

In fy 1" b 10 to Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. .f'ii ' : THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OP NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. 'SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, < : !• DENISON, TEXAS. 11.81P • WHY SEND out of town TO GET YOUR U) ~ H w . 0 55 SB ^ hi cs 6 °w First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main 6treet. 9 25- f J. M. HILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitinas constant!} on hand. 10-14 tf CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to ar." in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY BETWEEN ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO A.R.COLLINS & CO., GENERAL a nn nddd a* HIIIID d a a n n n i) l aaa n knd _ lull a an nn odd a a nan mi" aa o a t d a a n t d aaa a oa t a 00a t Q Ksss and brokers in City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. SPECIAL ATTENTIO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 January 1879

t \ The Cailij Itctus. DENISON. ' UNDAY JANUARY 26, 1879. B.POLK 111! KllANtt, City Editor. We are pleased to inform our readers thut the Golden Troupe will remain two days longer with us. Latest styles in ladies' and Misses'hats at LESS than COST at the New Deni- bon Store, Schwartz & Co. i<}tf The Register says the Sherman female barber has retired from biz on account of the arrival of a little , shaver. A young man named Burns Mc- Mahon died very suddenly atWhite- wrighton Saturday morning. He was a farmer and a native oi Virginia. A fine free lunch will be set for custom- ers every morning and evening at R. S. Weil's. Revival services at the A. M. E. church to-day. The P. E. of the District will conduct services at 11 a. m., 3 and|7 p .m. Sabbath school 1 130 p. m. Guiteau & Waldron have a full slock of drugs and patent medicines—pure and resh. ^ 3'f , A tramp iound in a freight car of theM., IK. & . T. was sentenced to ten days on the rock pile Satur- dao. This w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 January 1879

Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, January 28,1879. No. 287. /'J FROM TEXA8 TO 8T. LOUIS. There is oi}lysfli)e.mi|way from Texas vfoMhat rims ii« Wl into the j;reat Union i Railroad Depot'., ^t.' Louis, and it ia the M , K. & T%, . The M-> K. T. cdrs ruh directly into ' tht St. Lotfis Unl&n peppt, whore close : connection is made with all lines to the " East without the exp^nqe,,^elay and an- j-J | jioy nce of transfer's met with by other route*. In adijitiofl to this cphnection in '> the St.. Louis Depot; <he route by ^ 4 Dettirfon arid !Seda1i«'l& the 6 ily one of- fering two Irtflfis dUi'Vr.each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if you are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, 1 . and via Hannibal to Chicago. — J,I FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. ,/• • :• •' i.r' .Jf'l Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, 2 should purchase their tickets ever th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 January 1879

SPHClAJi LOCALS. ri'hc Daily 3)cvu$ .5Ed —- DKM^OIV. TUESDAY JAN. j8, iPi<) The Huntsville Item says Wes- ley Hardin is slowly recovering from ^iis sixty-Mile lushes administered a few weeks agn for disobedience uf orders. A San Antonio dispatch says that Minister Washbwrne contemplates paying a visit to Eagle Pass, Mon- terey, Saltlllo and othur cities ih Northern Mexico, for the benefit of his health, he being troubled with bionchial affection. Miss May Croly, the oldest daugh- ter of Jennie June, a pretty girl of nineteen, made her debijt at the Fifth Avenue theatre, New Yoik, last week as Meenie in '"Rip Van Winkle." She made a good impres- sion and was accorded a very reception. warm -flfo ■fc4 ■■fit; Lansing, Michigan, papers state that it is Tttmored and believed by prominent members of the Legisla- te e that Senator Christiancy will surely resign his seat in the United States Senate and accept the Mission to Peru. In such ii contingency there is hardly a doubt of the elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 January 1879

Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.") A. R. COLLINS &. CO., „ NIGRAL. ni ''' ftrfsfHKg,'wittl the wild' /id vMifnres of D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. ■ in rit Ol f l !'ii Jnt:l nr?. HiH'1 biiK ,1 fiRdni fUBtn 1r, ;a;! A .!•. hnn ,< ■ utij • >«ui .1 Vk.it VaJJiiJi,i.'i, -Jiff' THIS WJNE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON Wlrll ANY BRAND OF NATIVE S BARK LING WINE SOLD BY X B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. ■ -I °<l' : .rix,8,S*> rtlw jLi: ,.i , ,, f..| |, >b o 11/15' ■;! > \ r.T)v iHij'I'J lit WHY OUT^FrTOWN iik. . TO GET YOUR; •t : Sfii I ;f Lrs, is. cntly : and Icntly It pop- |1 pre- pure lit. 1'r. )NS stand fstic cl [igir In lS. :o.,) OODS. Jolllns. rvToi 5^ N cB f % f o f 8ro h Mi llfio Wf ~§ A tQsi^£ H w . o o-4 PS First-Glass Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, ETC. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 S-*'f A NN N I)UI> A A N N. N U I) A A N rt N n 1) AAA « NNII D UiT.I-A AN NNPDD A A nor 1TTT" AA <) <1 T •' A A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 January 1879

Of- -—«-■- rerrrr She Saiht Herns. I;NISOIN. TUB*PAY '. .JANUARY 38, 1879. B. FOLK BURHANS, Cfty Editor* Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. arrive. |j .15 a. m. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4 .00 a. m. 5 5S •. a 00 a. m. del'akt. twains. No. i. St. Louis Express No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5- "VViy Freight N9. 7. .S^prov Freight^... No. 9. Freight No, 11. FreitfQt ...« St. Louis Express..*. Chicago *'• . •. Fr No No. ^ No. 0, Way Freight No. 8. Express £ reight. No. 10. Freight No. 1a. Freight 4 :oo a. M 3:4s p. m. 4 :ao a. m. 3:5s P- m. 8:00 a. m, 13:15 P. (MISSOURI, KANSA^.ND TEXAS, No. I*. No. 3. No. c. No. 7. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. Chicago, Kansas & Texas Ex. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex. J Stock Train Through Freight Texas, Kansas ft Chicago Ex. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§ Stock Train Through Freight ARRIVE. 3:15 r. M 4 :oo A. M *:i5 P. M 8:15 A. H DEPART. 11 :30 A. m 13:45 A- M- I M 5:00 a. m. - !i Jg The civil docket was taken up in Judg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 January 1879

- .,■ rr "wf^Wpje Xrtas. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, January 2q, 1879. No. 288. FROM TEXA3 TO ST. L0UI8. There is only one riilway from Texas that rim 1- its cars into the ureat Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, and it is the M, It. &T. The M., K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, where"close connection is made with all lines tp 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 onji of-« ferine two trains daiiy each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if you are going East, 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 Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the M., K. T. via Hannibal, arid enjoy the ad- vantages of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 January 1879

. ... "TfC" The flail y Tlcms. BijNiioN. WEDENSOAY JAN. 29, 1S79. " Great Railroad Projeot." Undei the above heading the Aus- tin corresperulent of the Dallas Com- mercial exnresses great alarm at the prospect of the Denison & Pacific Railroad stretching out towards El Paso to meet Huntington's road, now working eastward from the Pacific coast. This correspondent of course belongs to the Tom-Scott- Pennsylvania-Texas ring, and doesn't want a Pacific road built through Texas, that doesn't pass through Dallas, which town, in the eyes of the average Dullasite, is the hub of the State. It is really funny how the building up of Denison on the extreme north- ern boundary of the State, has alarmed the citizens of towns of slower growth and of less enterprise in the interior. This correspondent says: I must say that I do not feel quite at ease about that road which is shooting westward from Denison. Denison is full of Western people, restless, active, scheming men, and they are not goin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 January 1879

Royal Champagne, a. r. collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL I l I: ■ NN NI)Ur> N N N D l> a M P - a a n n n d aaa mihi) i lllla an nn dud A riOO TTTT'"bMh AA H O T " 2 8 A A O T at)ha Aaa (.1 an t K 5 a a uoa t ss D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. * f SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. u,8tf WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR First-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansas City Store, Main street. 9 J. M. HILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitines constant!} on hand. 10-14 tt CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY RI5TWI5EN HOUSTON & ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO Fast Freight Lines, RUNNING BETWEEN TEXAS and ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO. Pawnbrok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 January 1879

-L' Mi- The iDuihj Sews. DENISON. V/EDENSDAY JANUARY 29,1879. B.FOLK BURHAN8, City Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTRAI-. AKHIVK. ia .15 A. M. II :00 A. M. 9:30 P. M. 4 :oo a. i 5:55 M. 2 .00 A. M. TRAINS. No* i. St. Louis Express.... No. 3. Chicago Express.... No. 5. Wty Freight No. 7. Exprcftt Freight No. 9. Freight No, 11. Frclynt No. 3. St. Louis Express.... No. a. Chicago Express.... No. o. Way Freight No. 8. Express Freight No. 10. Freight No. 12. Freight DEPART. 4:00 A. M1 3:45 P. M, 4:20 A. M HPB M 00 A. M. *5 P. K i;55" No. i. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. 3. No. 4. No. 6. Nu. 8. {MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. IAKR1VB. 3:15 F. M 4 too A. M Slock Train I 1:15 p, Through Freight | 8:15 a. m I DKPART. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. 11130 A. M. Texas, Kansas & St. I.ouis Ex.§,13:45 A. M. Stock Train I 4:00 P. M. Through Freight | 5:00 A. M. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. The Vagrant Law ' Breakers. and tLaw | The Murderer of Applewhite Cap- tured. Accommoda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 January 1879

IS nr- vc "g ve ir- as. AS n Vol. Vi. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, January 3o, 1879. No. 2 8g. FROM TEXAS TO 8T. LOUIS. There is only one riilwnv from Texas that runs its cars into the great Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, 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 Eastwtthout 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 DeniRon and Sedalia is the only one of- fering two trains daily each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago, Re member this if you are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sndalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. PROM 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 ad- vantages of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 January 1879

M>ww -rrR -sar 35&je Daily Tleius. DENlioN. THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 1879. The German Parlament is to meet on the 12th ofFebrnary. The salaries of the house ol repre- sentatives and its officers cost the State over five hundred dollars a day. Reports from all parts of the prov- ince of Canada and New Brunswick, show a terrific gale and snow storm was raging since Saturday. It is stated that the steamer Albion has been chartered to take Henry M. Stanley and paity from London to Zanzibar for a iurther exploring expedition In Afiica. Home L. Hyde, brother of the editor of the St. Louis Republican, was killed ner Jefferson City, Mis- souri, January 22, by being run over by the cars. The Cleveland Leader, Republi- can, says if the purchase of four per cent, bonds continues at the present rate, this will soon be a nation of bloated bondholders. SPECIAL LOCALS. Strayed or Stolen. A gray pony, branded J Kon left shoul- 1 der, mane short, long {tail. Any infor- mation ns to the pony will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 January 1879

Royal Champagne, a.r.collins &co„ * GENERAL * I City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO- CATION OF COLONIES. Land Certificates Bought, sold, or located on choice Farming or Grazing Lands. city property. 500 choice residence lots in different parts of the city for sale by monthly in- stallments. Have some rare bargains in residence property. Five busines houses and lots on Main street, for sale. C0LLIN8VILLE, Grayson Comity, Texas. (EXTEA DRY.) A NN N l)DD AA NN NO A A AAA LUX A d. nicholson, agent, st. louis. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS ii,8tf* WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GETYOUIt ■ . N N N n n AA C) <5 T "8 INNNII II AA(I * bbB AN UNO D AAA fl <UI T 2 AN MDDD A A 0<i(l T bHSh AND BROKERS IN This town was located by A . R. Collins in 1873 in the western part of this county- It is now a thriving, prosperous town. A cardial invitation is extended to parties desiring to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 January 1879

^-ssSsi ■sb"! !Thc Daily Ilcms. DKNIWON. THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 1871). E. TOLK BURHANS, City Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. AKK1VK No, I, No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. No. 9, No, 11 ' v*2 No. a, No. 4. jmvBii No. 8. Express Freight. No. 10. Freight No. xa. Freight. • a m TRAINS. St. Louis Express.,.. Chicago Express.... W*iy Freight..,. ... Kxpress Freight,.... Freight. Freignt St. Louis Express..,. Chicago Express..,, Way Freight, la .15 A. M. 11 :oo A. M. 9:30 P. M. 4 :oo A. M. 5:55 1\ M. J .00 A. M. DEPAHT. 4:00 A. M* 3:45 P. M. 4 !20 A. M, 3:55 '• M, 8:o0 A. M. 12:15 P. W. (MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. " * x I ARRIVE. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas & Texas Ex. 3:15 i . m No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex \\ 4:00 a. m No. 5. Slock Train i 2:15 P. M No. 7. Through Freight «...| 8:i$ A. m ] DEPART. No. a. Texas, Kansas & Chicago Ex.ju *.30 a. m. No. j. Texas, Kansas St. Louis Ex.§, 12:45 A. M. No. 6. Stock Train 4:00 p. m. No. 8. Through Freight, ' 5:...

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