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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 January 1879

\ly id and e ci ,r in . JVfew0. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, January 3i, 1^79. No. 2 go. from texas to st. louis. 1 'l ' ' ?' • if; ' j There is only one rut \y a)', from Tcxns that runs its zars inlo the i;reat Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, and it is the M., K. Si T. The M., K. T. cars run dKrectlV Into the St. Louis Union Depot, whore close connection in made with nil linen to Jhe Eastwtthout tlie expense, delay and an- noyance of translers met with by other routes. In addition to (his connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the ronte by Denisoo and Sedaiia is the only one of- fering two trains dai y each way between Texas nnd St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if you are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedaiia.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...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 January 1879

the Builvj Hctus. niOMsoiN. FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1379. Accounts from Upper Egypt give heartrending details of famine there. The Louisiana Senatorial caucus has taken nine more ballots, but with no result. The nomination of Senator Cliris- tiancy, of Michigan, as Minister to Peru, has been confirmed. This was done in order to return Zack Chandler to the senate, as it is cer- tain that the Michigan legislature, now in session, will elect him to fill the vacancy thus caused. SPECIAL LOCALS. Strayed or Stolen. A gray pony, branded J K on left shoul- der, mnne short, loug tail. Any Infor- mation us to the pony will be thankfully received, If left, at Mrs. Acken's, opposite Brunet's store, Main street. 29 6t Fashionable Cloak and Dress Maker. Miss M. McCarthy, late of New York city, would respectfully inform the ladies of Denrun, that she is prepared to make ladies' and children's dresses in the latest and most fashionable styles. Having had twenty years experience and practice in the busin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 January 1879

Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. L0UI8. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf* ,3b WHY SEND , OUT OF TOWN •TO GET YOUR a o _ P H « . 0 o ft b < ft w hi °! o 0 1 o M CD P Eh First-Glass Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next door to the Kansa* City Store, Main street. 9 2S- f T M. HILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Main street, DENISON, - - - TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order^Suitines constantly on hand. io-14 tf between CENTRAL li-OUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY ST. LOUIS 'AND CHICAGO A.R.COLLINS & CO., GENERAL L A N.N NPUI) I. A A N N N I) D I. A A N N Wl) D A A (I I. AAA N N N IJ D AAA (i <1« LI,I,I,A AN NNI>Dl> A A (JUli a r.aa TTTT"'«8Sk A A (1 O T " D h ".ss AND RROKEKS IN City Real Est...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 31 January 1879

....... «r y|j|'yw"iyyw*i *- —arta- r— - V % he JJnily $cms. FRIDAY. DENISON. JANUARY 31, 1879. It. FOLK BURH ANS, City Editor. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CKNTRAI.. ARRIVE. TRAINS. No, 1. St. I.ouls Express......• No. 3. Chicago Express No. 5. Wny Freight No. 7. Express Freight No. 9. Freight No, 11. Frei^nt.... 7- "3 12 .15 A. M i:00 A. M 9:30 P. M. 4:00 A. M S:S5 !'• M 2 .00 A. M. DEPART. 4:00 A. M* 3:45 P. M 4:20 A. M. 3 55 *. M S:oo A. M. 12:15 p. w (MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. | AKIUVB. No. I. Chicago, Kansas & Texas Ex. 3:15 r. M No. 3. St. Louis, Kansas & Texas Ex J| 4 :oo A. M No. 5. Stock Train | a:ij P- M No. 7. Through Krcinht | 8:15 A. M I DRPAKT. No. a. Texas, Kansas A Chicago Ex. 11130 A. M. No. 4. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Ex.§' 1 a :4s A. M, No. 6. Stock Train I 4:00 P. M. No. 8. Through Freight. | j:oo A. M. DENISON & SOUTHEASTERN. No. t. St. Louis Express No. 4. Chicago Express No. 6. Way Freight ••••• No. 8. Express Freight ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 February 1879

' '■ ■ JM Ji.. lenison Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, RY i, 1879. No. 2QI. FROM TEX.18 TO 8T. LOUIS. There i< only one riilwny from Texas that runs its cars into the "ereat Union Railroad Depot, St. Lou!#, and it is the M., K. Si T. f , Thn Mm K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, \ where clone connection id made with all lines to the East wtthout the expense, delay and an- noyance of Jranslers 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 dat y each way between Texas and Si. 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 Ilivinibal, and enjoy the ad- vantages o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 February 1879

Baity i\cu)$. 1)10 N1 SON. SATURDAY FEBRUARY i, 1879 The Cincinnati Enquirer favors a government currency only, and the prohibition ot a currency circulation by any banking corporation. Information tending to confirm the report that Sitting Bull has re- crossed the Canadian border is re ceived at the Department of the In- terior. The Government isundecid oil as to whether hostilities are in- tended or not. The Austin Statesman is of the opinion that each citizen ot Texas should educate his own children. And it might have added, says the Fort Worth Democrat, apprehend his own murderer, or catch the man who robs him. SPECIAL LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! Vital weakness or depression : a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; the remit ot mental over-work, indescre- tlons or excesses, or some drain iipon the system, 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 February 1879

/ i I Royal Champagne, a.r.collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. 11,80* WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN TO GET YOUR I Wla ^-2 A tD SM rj H . 0 Fifst-Class Tailoring AT REASONABLE PRICES. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS, Etc. Remember the place; next iloor to the Kansa* City Store, Main street. 9 25" f GENERAL T M. IIILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 3:0 Main street, DENISON, - - - TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly on hand. 10-14 tf 1. A KN Nliun A HOG rnTm«S6L I. AA f. N N I) 1) A A O Q T " 2 b I, A A N N N 1) A A CI T 1, AAA N flNI) D AAA O HO t k 2 1jja.a AN NN DUD A A gog T AND BROKERS IN City Real Estate, DENISON, TEXAS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO- CATION OF COLONIES. Land Certificates I ! '■! H li 1 .1 ■ 51 \>h!<ih Bought, sold, or located on choice Farming or Grazing Lands. CITY PROPERTY. 500 choice residence l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 February 1879

>■«.: ■: f'Vw.'ii .■/•••' 5:SfH , rr.r ■ live BaiUi 31cu>5. DKNIHON. SATURDAY FEBRUARY i, 187c). It. TOLK BUItHANS, City Editor. Several families will leave Deni- ion for Colorado in the spring. A fine free lunch will be set for custom- er* every morning and evening ai R. S. Weils. Pigeons are being shipped to Den- ison from the Territory. Only the best and finest liquor can be found at R. S. Weil's new and spacious Beer l|all. The question of having another masquerade ball is being discussed by some of our young people. ♦ The most complete stock of cheap and fine cigars and tobacco, can constantly be found at R. S. Weil's. Collins the excursion fraud, pass- ed through the city Wednesday, en- route for the South. There is some talk of forming a Knights of Pythias lodge in Whites- boro. The order is spreading with wonderful rapidity all over the State. s There "seems to be a general im- pression among wiseacres that the peach crop this year will be a failure and yet they can't ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

"T"~ H jp i «i ■ i ii J wi ■ I «■ i i> Ocn isun Mctos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, February 2, 1879. No. 2q2. FROM TEXAS TO 3T. LOUIS. There is only one rnilwny from Texas that run* its cars into the great Union Railroad Depot, St. Louis, and it it the M., K. St T. The M., K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louts Union Depot, where"cldse connection is made with all lines to the East wttbout the expense, delay and an- noyance of transfers met with by other routes. In addition to this connection in the St. Louis Union pepot, 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 1f vou are Roing East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chioago. PROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texns going East or North', either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the M., K. T. via Hannibal, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

mmrnm J&tfvi W: "—ft- ■• TW~' ___ SPECIAL LOCALS. 'Jhc fails flews* DKMWOIN. ~ NERVOUS DEBILITY! SUNDAY ...FEBRUARY 2, i$79* Vita) weakness onfepreeVton: . ■ weak rxhnusted feeling, no energy or ti$Wffcgc the result ot nientll over-work, tndes$re tions or excesses, or some drain upon the system, Is always cured by Humphrey's llomccopathic Specific No. 28. It tones up and invigorates the system, dispels the glooin and despondency, imparts strength and energy,—stops the drain and rejuve nates the entire man. Been used twenty teats with perfect success by thousands. Sold by dealers, Price $1.00 per single vial, or $5.00 per packagc of five vials and $joo viulof powder. 'Sent br mail on receipt of price. Address HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC MED IC1NE COMPANY, 109 FULTON STREET, N. Y. | Smith & Campbell, Agents, Denison, Texas. 7*24 iyr-w&deod To 8iitt'er«m. Last Fiiiay the wife ot one of the citizens ol Corsicana publicly horse- whipped one of the prominent citi- zens on the stre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

, ®be |^ailg pews. m I) KKISON. SUNDAY MORNING. l|« My m HEHE AND THERE. The death is announced of an ac- complished Chinaman, Dr. Wong, who graduated M. D. at Edinburgh, and had a large European practice at Can- ton. Virginia is preparing to present a claim of $120,000 and Maryland a claim of $70,000, with 80 years' interest, for money advanced to aid in the original building of the Federal Capitol. Japan has 5,000 miles of telegraph, and 1,000 more under construction. It has also 125 telegraph stations. The insulators made in the village of Imari are of such excellent quality that orders for them have been sent from Europe. Sixteen degrees below zoro is re- garded as fatal to the peach crop, and that degree having been reached this winter in many localities, fruit-growers predict that the crop for 1879 is de- stroyed. It is announced that after two years of careful search, the successor of the Grand Lama of Thibet has been discov- ered and crowned. It was believed that the soul of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

11 ! ®Ue il.uln to jflturs DKNIKON, SUNDAY MORNING. SONG USNSUNG. Lot no poet, great or small, Bay that lie will sing a Minfc; For Song oometh, If at all, * Not because wo woo It long, But because It suits Its will, Tired at last of being still. Every Bong that has been sung Was before It took a voice: Waiting since the world was young For the poet of its choice. Oh, if any waiting be, May they come to day to me I I am ready to repeat Whatsoever they impart; Sorrows sent by them are sweet— They know how to htal the heart: Ay, and in the lightest strain Something serious doth remain. What are my white hairs, forsooth, And the wrinkles on my brow? I have still the soul of youth- Try me, merry Muses, now. I can still with numbers licet Fill the world with dancing feet. No, I am no longer young: Old am I this many a year; But my songs will yet be sung, Though I shall not live to hear. Oh, my son, that is to be. Sing my songs, and think of mo I —R. IT. Stoddard. THE VALLEY OF SILENCE. Bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

nf FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. TIIK HOV WHO FKLT FLAT. Which ho was a small boy, And ho wont out to sleigh Witli a flendlsh-liki) joy, All who oinno Id his way J On the Ntreot which inollnoii and wiih loy, Ho coimtod the whole of tho day. Ho had broken ton arms, And of Iorh qultu a hcoi o, And uliluzu with tlioso charma, Ho kept asking for more; And the lioadu ho had cracked wero past counting: Tlio sldowalku wore covorod with gore. llut a terrible fato Overtook tills small boy, Which, with tt'ur-, I rolate- Thougli tho tears are of Joyj And I liopohe went straight up to Heaven, Or else — where no sled can annoy. For ho steered his sled straight On a fat man who dropped With a ton or so weight On this boy who just popped With a bang, as he flattened completely 'Neath that mountain of flesh which was stopped. With a Derrick they raised That fat man 0a his feet, While the peoplo there gassed At a thing on the stroot; A jacket, a cap and two mittens- All flat as the pancake you eat. Now, you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

■ Wr^m The Fog Will 1,1ft. I Tfce tug will lift before the day I# done; AtruniAy U)rough the mint, spectral null pate, Hftttffluauis the glory of the morning sun, Halt hu disdains to draw tho fleecy veil, Now (or u moment clears tho crented olllt. And now, an suddenly itHlnks from sight; ui slowly, low l) tho gray fog will lilt, And yet a;,'tiin tho earth and sky be bright. Ro« through the space a stately uia t appears, Aa vuddunly a breezy sail doth shift— Ho|w>'h messenger of oeean neon through tears— As o'er the wave tho filmy fog doth lift. S from my fate the log shall lift full soon; Hope is not dead because the sun bo hid; A murky morning brings a radiant noon; Tbe sunny eye 'will surely lift its lid. tad more and more unto the perfect day The shadows gathered on tho way shall drift; Aolearer vision comes with evening's ray; Before tho day is done the fog will lift. —Youth's Companion The Shilling Little House. tthung In tho sun, the little house, li hung In the sun, and sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

I J"' lit -! Ml ie is. u Jin Of Jr, In- |n- ti- bi- te 10 fy- >m us in in n- liis ar- rd, Royal Champagne, a.r.collins&co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL itriDi) Nn A A A t A Nl* I. AA N N L , A A N N N I) I) L AAA N SKI) D LUXA AN j(N ODD mtt.Vj ttofcmt • ' AND IlROKKltS IN J n . „ . . ■ ■■■ n :r. nan rrrr-M, " « $ "f-- A A O AAA II O'i A A GOO -j Mi I nil n I;.*.. . 'p/ntrH 8 D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE i SOLD BY J. B. McDOTJG ALL, DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf* City Real Estate, ♦nil a ■ ni'i •; (\ n*S 11 DENISON, TEXAS; .. —it, ',i,v—ill-■ ><! t< SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO- 1 • tiul.3 I i ?•••: ! I CATION OF COLONIES. WHY SEND T BF T TO GET YOUR K 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 residenc; property. Five busines houses and lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 February 1879

— The JJaity 'Hews. KTVIHOIV. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1879. E. TOLK BUHHANS, City Editor. A fine free lunch will be ct for custom- er* every morning and evening al R. S. Weils. The Mardi Grits cclcbration nt New Orleans will take place on the 25 of this month. $11, former price $14, best calf boot to measure at Sheiburne's. A switch will probably be put in to the brick-kiln 011 the D. & S. K., one mile southeast of Denison. There will be the usual services at the Presbyteiiau church to day, morning and evening, the pastor offi- ciating. The subject for the even- ings discourse will be, "The Power of Christ's Words." You are invi- ted. Preaching every night this week also, by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Martin. Imported Jamacia and Scotch whiskies at LOuis Lebrecht's. Pickled lainb tongue, Pickled tripe, App'e-butter, Mince-meat, at Gaisman's. t Out meal, Grits, at Cracked wheat, Hominy, Gaisman's . Mr. F. Ledrick has moved his fur- niture store into the building west of W. W. Salisbury's, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 February 1879

i r — 'JVJWt [/VMM /T €> *"11V . < fc'jii >H3 Vol. VI. . t ..v . ,—*- FROM TEXAS TO ST. L0UI8J Tliire if -pp'y rt|lway <rom Texas that run* its, cars into the Limit Union Railroad Depot, St. Louifc, and It is'the M., K. &T. *><''/nO ,100 The' Mu'ttf eArs rim directly ii{to the St Loin* l/iilon Depot,' Where close connexion is madelwi.th all Hoes to''the East wttliout the eXpepsp,, delay aud an- noyance of transfers nuet-path by othpr routes. In addttio'fl to *thls connection jn tlie Ki.^Loinw Union Depot; ttiriyntt by HeniRon.aml Sednlia ig'thc - only* on« (#f- fering two trains dni y each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if vou nre going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T.,Railroad via JS*(d lia to-Ait.-Louis, and via Hanriibftl OT Chifcagd.' FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texn6 going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the M., K. T. via Hannibal, and enjo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 February 1879

*- m _ *1 Al^. — — n. TO* DtmorCrB. DENISON. TUESDAY FEBRUARY^, tS7<>- o XJ t. HUM HOMEOPATHIC ECIFIC8 Coming a Booinia®. The Southern I'ucifi&pperie a new station, called Texas Hill, sixty-Tour miles east of Yuma, on Feb. I.—JV. 7. Special to Galyeston News. It the fight, is kept up for a little while longer in Congress, the South- ern Pacific will be built to Texas. We suppose there are people in this State, who are so wedded to Scott's Texas and Pacific bill that they will refuse to believe that any such road as the Southern Pacific actually ex- ists ; and we fear they wont believe their own eyes when they see it, but will contend that it is ail optical illusion gotten up by the devil and Huntington to prevent Congress from building a road for the benefit of Mr. Scott and the Pennsylvania Central. For the benefit of this class we propose to chronicle from lime to time the points reached by the Southern Pacific as it progresses east. When the road is completed we shall i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 February 1879

' M-U-l-lU-j-! —'l-'Jg Boot* and Shout. Royal Champagne, a.r.collins & cq„ (EXTRA DRY.1 D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. L0UI8. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OK NATIVE SBARKLlNG WINE SOLD BY . j. b. McDOUGALLj; DENISON, TEXAS. II,8lf ... : //•> ■:' «i 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 35-lf J. M. IIILL, TAILOR AND CUTTER, 310 Mam street, DENISON, TEXAS. Cleaning, renovating and repairing. Shirts made to order. Suitings constantly on hai);j}. io-i4tf CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodations Superior to an" in the State. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS EACH VAY BETWEEV ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO HQUSTON& 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 induc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 February 1879

^aitg fteros. D^mSON. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1879. l>««Hi( -Kejlcy, tt rather hard caro;"* whoolten has giaced the mourner's bench in the Mayor's Court, ANOTHER HOMICIDE R.POLK UURHANS, Wty Editor. Kip Van Winkle. A fine free lunch will be ret for custom- *er* every morning and evening at R. S. Weil*. Rip and Schneider will appear at Nolan Hall next Wednes^ayi night. The County Court ot Grayson county is now in session, for the trial of criminal cases. $12 for best Morocco boOt to measure, ormcr price $16 at Sherburne'*. The Rusk Avenue Hotel will be closed for a day or so for general re- pairs. It will open with a new pro- prietor. ai rested Saturday foT being drunk and disorderly, and sentenced Mon- day morning to filfeen days (street work. 4 1- Before purchasing your dry goods go and 'examine the complete stock at Schwartz & Co.'s New D^uisqn Store. 3,It •_ , ' •- ♦ ' ' s— • The son of Henry C. Gunn of the western portion of Grayson county, ran off the early part of last week...

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