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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 February 1879

II 1MIJ . = Vol. VI. rr • -■ •• Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning ebruary CAPITAL JOTTINGS. Tho iJoot and Shoe Trudo. Railroad Jottings From a late number of II FROM TErtA8 TO ST. LOUIS. There i oniy'ohe' railWay <*i>rtVTexas that runs Its' cars .'Into the «reat .'Union Railroad Depot, &t. Lui it , and H U thfl RITCKlOl wn The M , K. T,. cars run. .t^irectty into the St Louis Union where clone connectfon.U mStle \ Uh all 1inefc"tO the East wtthoii t "tha1 expense, rfelav nnd ith- novance <>t trailers met With ,bv other routes. In addition to thin conn, < lion ill the St. Louis .U.i\tqa-I)cpoti the Jo tetbv Denison atftrSraftmlS Vie "WnlV <Jne of- fering two trains dai y each way between Texas and St. Louis nnd Chicago. Re member this if vou are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia t* St. Louts, and via Hannibal to Chicago. raOM TEXAS TO CHICAGO Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for? pleasure or b...

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

— mmmm*" Slw ©ivillj IHCW6. DENIHON, WEDNESDAY...-FEBRUARY 5, 1S7Q. ■ - —~"1"" " Canada has had a simile® iaw, to the deposit bill recently p'«^§^/by Congress for many yea ft', and thus far it has worked satisfactorily, and has protected the people from losses jtlyrough <lj«tionest savings banks. - Instead of receiving certifi- ca'es iff deposits, however, the de- positor receives a deposit book, upon the presentation of which at any poatoflice in the Dominion of Cana- da he can diaw his interest of with- draw his deposits up to a ccrtain amount on demand, the larger pay- ments requiring a certain number of days notice at the smaller postoffices Our Democratic Congress are begin- ing to legislate in the right direction There is no reason why the govern ment should noi have the benefit of the surplus money and in connection with the money order department of the postoffices, the deposit system can be couducted with but little, ad- ditional expense. To SuU'erer*. o THE MIL© PPWSR— ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 February 1879

A Royaf Champagne, a.r.collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.} • ... -j. d. nicholson, assist, st. louis. ts;.ii . j " THIS. WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH /SNY BRAND/OF NATIVE SPARKLING WINE. .,..,1!" . , i SOLD BY ' /i j. b. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. •' u,8u -. ,u ■ \r. no - ■■ ; «... ■ ■ ■ ■!,. ; I .-^T-r- Saloons. LACE BEER HALL. " ' . i 1 LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WHISKY. NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Cohst'jmtlv on draft. '• South 8Me of Wain street, DENISON, TEXAS. The Palstce Beer Hall ha* been recently fitted'up in a neat and attractive s*yle and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nicely furnished. ! g ^ RANI) SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYITAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main st, and Austin av. This is one of the oldest and most pop- ular saloons in the City, and still pre- serves its popularity lor keeping pure wines and liquors, and the best cigars. FURNIS1IFD ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-18 tf b ANK EXCHAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 February 1879

f 1 1 The fpnritg Jlcws. DEWISON, WEDNESDAY....FEBRUARY 1879. The romrg-prop+cx)f Strernran and ! 'A Taw recently passed by the 1 Denison are consulting in regard to Chei*>kee Council provides that having a grand hop at the Opera every citizen of the NytiQii, who em- house. Further particulars will be ploys a white man as a laborer, j R. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. The Edwards Combination played in Sherman last evening. A fine free lunch will be tet for custom- er* every morning and evening [at R. S. Weil's. published in a day or so. The shooting of Murray at pub- lished in the Herald, and subsequent events in connection with his career, has afforded many of our citizens conversant with the facts of the case, considerable amusement. Donison Hoao Company. Quite a gumbcr of our citizens as- sembly at the City Hall for the pur- pose of forming a new Hose compa- It was snowing in Persons Mou- day. Joe Quinn left list evening for Fort Smith, Ark. ■ ■ ♦ Ex-Deputy Sheriff John Covey, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 February 1879

- 1.1 I I hmt cH?r Trj.1 in i— nit i. ——- r ——- " FROM TEX/iS p ST. LOUljjf^l ThCr® W cfiifV' one r if I way Texns' that run* It" Xt* ihto'lhe ii<elt Unlonf Rsilrqad Depot, St Louis, drulJfclsittt# M., K. & T, y ,". . ) Ik'I ! WiTifl t«'* The|M.. Kji.T- car* uuty,jlirecth;;into the St. Louis Unjpn Depot, whwe.clortj connexion, ip (riajje with. nil liiirft>sto the East wtthout' th<i expense. deltfv hncl an'-. novanWoAriift'nWhi in«t wjth by otfteH routes?J: In irii1 iilon to thts fcortnectiori in the St6iBf|i iM^n Dtp*, the,rduje 4vi Oenison and/SgtaliH £ °'),v,,0?e ot*l ferSntf two Irs«lrttTraf y ««W between Texa* and St. Loifis and Chicago, lie member this if vou are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M , K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago.. Dekison, i exas, Thursday Morning, February 6, 1879. No. 2q5. NOLAN tiALL. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. '' IT'e'to- Stla. &tl% GREAT ATTRACTION A ^ , •> < , j OLD TIME 'FAVORITE,...

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

The SaiUj IUuis. DENISON.' THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6, I679« The Marshal llcialii takes tl\i* corrcct position on the jjufblifc.school question: We nolice that there is a very strong element at Austin opposed to the free common school system, and sustained by the Statesman," with the usual twaddle that one mar. should not be taxed to educate the child of nijother, etc, These men forget that our whole policy, from the very in- ception of Lite state government, has been in favor of free schools, and to create a fund that will educate every child in the Slate. We hope to see the time when every child in Texas will have the opportunity to receive a good com- mon school education, free of cost— not the "higher education" Dr. Buileson talks about, which would require the suppott of costly State universities, but a practical education in the common English branches. Congressman Hewitt, in a recent conversation at Washington, said he had not the slightest doubt that both Mr. Tilden and the Nationa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 February 1879

'!« I Royal Champagne.! a.r.collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL D. NICH0L8QN, AGENT, ST. L0UI8. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXA3. Saloons. P ALACE BEER HALL. .ttj LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WHISKY. NO. I CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, DENISON. TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hill! ha* been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive style and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nice!* furnished. QRAN'D SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main st. and Austin av. This is one of the oldest and most popf ular saloons in the cily, and still pre- serves its pooularity lor keeping pure wines and liquort-, and the best cigars. FURNISHED ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-18 tf B ANK EXCHANGE. J. B. McDOU GALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS In the city. The choicest liquors and all the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 February 1879

I gghe Daily ileuis. DKM1SON. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6, iS7y. R. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. William Pervy has gone toString- town to hunt the peacelul pigeon. Mr. Sam Kyle, formerly a bridge carpenter on the M., K. & T., is now in Silver Springs, Custar coun- ty, Colotado, and engaged in elect- ing frame buildings. As soon as warm weather sets in he will aban- don the saw and hammer and start I or the mines. Patty Miles will amuse at Nolan Hall. the folks A fine free lunch will be set for custom- ers every morning and evening jii R. S. Weil *. ' , / j Dr. J. Neely Thompson* o£ Caddo, one of the editors of the Caddo Free Press; Is in the city. A Three drunken men chose the Mr. Henry King, of Champaign, Ills., is. in the city. The gentleman contemplates purchasing property in Denison. 4 ' 'A *—= Only the best and finest liquor can be foundat R. 4>. Weil's new and spacious Beer Hall, . The President has approved the findings of the naval court in the case of Lieutenant-Com mander Kel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 February 1879

V . .. iV'ctUO. i zzOt Vol. VI. r..;;1 \f.i ..'M rrw J'nn •' 1 "' I i ^ ■ I * . ^ I ' | | ■ ■ r' ■■ ■ ' ' ' ' ■ Denison, TexaFriday Morning, February 7, 1879. FROM TEXASJQ ST. L0UI8. NOLAN HALL. No. 2q6. There i* cfily one rnilwfiy from Texas that run* its cars luto the'ureat Union Railroad Depot, St. Lovis, and tf is Uie M., K.-A T. 0 1! j Mo il 's(II ; The;M., K. run'directly into the St.j40l1'* Union Depot, whete clone connection i* made with all. lints to the East without the expense, delay and :in- novanrtrof translers met with by other, routes. I a add fUoa Jttf.thip .coy n/rction if; the St. Lauis 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 thU iUou re gotftg East- and purchase through ticket* over the M.,' K. k T- Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. -la FBOM TEXAS TO CHICi Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or IiusW...

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

•;.tm ■ 1 imm ■ "■ ■ * |cfel?!I?5'""'.' :"zitvil?~ueats&tuafew i>«i« > wi|l'i"fif'jSifui<wt \> m I The OixUg Be to 3. dknjhon. friday ff.bruar Tho "Tramp" At& THE MIL The Committee on Judiciary No. i, has reupiteil a bill Coi' the sup pi es- lion of iGft*. -V'makes "tramp ing'^vr-beggUf, I MUHUIUUU1 m& punishable -bv cdrillneniciit ia the State penitentiary for not leas than one-nof iuf>rc than tvvo ycaip, AnJ person informing oi) ft«M'4!niP/ ■'!> receive five dollars for' tbr service, and the Mayors are reqmi'ed 16 ap- point special constables to pick up f.amps. There is a provi-ion ex- empting females and minors sixteen, the blittJ and tlibse physi- cally unable to perform manual la- bor fro'ni liability ui:c'er the act,1 our Legislature makes a law of this kin 1, they should sec that those who are -so unfortunate: as to be; poor ai|d out of work'are furnished with ctn- No doubt year .< To ouuorors. Nearly every man, suffers with ttesjemrea ic cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 February 1879

■lit It! lir rh M (EXTRA Tt^'Y.) A.R.COLLINS & CO D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS, Of glHllMf'UHi: ' ;t/l infa THUS WINE ClIAKLfCNCJKS COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE ^BftrtKLlHO WINE * < SOLD BY •* -mi iXBNISON.,Ii TEXAS. x i ,8ti* . J3Jf ---,T«rrtf=:TrHT^rBrrnntX ^n^tTrirorri iit aium w noilKiTqoigqii iiiitA&'BSSifefl® m X .711 its t'tllnoui xriI,9UIS CIIOICW WHISKY. NO. i CIGARS* , ST. LOUIS ALB AND P.RER " .jtan'J q«¥^nlW o,v draft. #Wvf, .WJTtjf??. ;j DENISON, Yj iiTKKASkit Tfce Palace^ecrllnll hasWh recently fitted Up in ;A"iteutiilidife£ti-adtiwa atylp apjti furnished with,.;,., ;;-jh, nj tlO FIN^ lULLIARD .TABLES. The wine Room, \vhu:ii;ihaA recently bee A fittbd' Up, i* rtieeb1 turn Is hast. ij-.-I'j r .11 h'J .j\ ,1 ■ T,'[- timo 11 Grand tfbuTiiifttN saloon, O i yninn;) i fYiu omcU o, Ji Jo y i qfO,, ?rpp'rs. lis!Cor. and' Austin .ay. Cl lo •■>ii;riini ~aii) niutl jbsitjuf:-. Xhjf.itf Qn$ of thfy>!dc*t and ir>ORt p^P- ulf? SaloonJ'ltl theieify, • a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 February 1879

JChc 33aily lUius. dkniwon. FRIDAY.......... FEBRUARY 7, tS7v' R. TOLK BUBHANS, City Editor. The Lone Star mill 19 shipping Mr. W. L. Coukley, who died flour to nil part* of the State. Wednesday afternoon at the Grand Southern, was buried Thursday af- W. W. Salisbury received five car loads of ice from Quincy Thursday. Dr. Neely Thompson ot the Caddo Free Press is in the city. A large lot of cedar lumber will be "rafted" to Denison in the spring. A fine free lunch will be set for custom- ers every morning and evening at R. S. Weils. Mr. Ike Star of Whitewiight, is in the city. Bulk perfumes of all odois, at Hanna's Diug Store, in the Muller block. 7^ A wild pigeon roost is being form- ed in the woods on Red River about five miles east of the city. " Caddo," sub-chief of the C'-nn- anches, passed through the city yesterday en-route for McKinney. ♦ ■ F. C. J. Lebermann leave# for Whitesboro in the Spring, to engage in the grocery business. Ben. Grant, who was shot by Mur- ray on Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 February 1879

■ i ' H -.8 hat c- it • > r Da tin iV" I'tuG. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, February 8, 1879. No. 2 07. FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There is only one railway from Texas that runs it# cars into the great Union Railroad I>epot, St. Louis, and it is the M., K. & T. The. M., K. T. cars run directly into the St. Louis Union Depot, where clone connection is made with all lines to the East wtthout the expense, delay and an- noyance of transfers met with by other routes. In addition to this connection in the St. Lmiis Union Depot, the route by " Denison and Scdalia is the only one of- fering two trains dai'y each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago, Re member this if you are going East, and 1 purchase through tickets over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia 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,...

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

"~T*3SaECSfT 'i'hc Haihj J\cxxi$: di:nison. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1870 The Houston Telegram says at the late teachers' convention held at Austin the animus and the end of • the assailants ot the state school came out very plainly, and they were found to be inspired by the leaders and friends of several sectional and denominational schools in the State, whose schools have never flourished, and. who are seeking to get state aid extended to their schools, even to the extent of breaking up the state col- lege to do so. The Telegram, which is generally found on the right side in discussing prominent State measures, adds that the utmost care should be exerted to keep out of our public schools all denominational'influences. All classes of the community; Protestants, Catholics, Jews, Pagans and infidels, are taxed alike to sus- tain our free schools, and they should not be tinged with even the sem- blence of creed bias. The efforts of sectarian teachers to get control of the public education...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 February 1879

99 3W- |al. Idal. |lil\st in Itton llicir lugli the Icnt- I si ill for VTS. • I • •• Royal Champagne, a.r.collins&co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL . ■ D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. TUTS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , 7vMO«.ni OiJj ox DENISON, TEXAS. iMHHNhik io Ifaj&ia'tii Bllrtf I ; VW-4* ' IS ,f! t.i • _ , w Saloons. JDALACE BEER HALL. LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WHISKY. NO. i CIGAR#, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hull ha* been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive style and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted lip, is nicely furnished. QRAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main st. and Austin av. This is one of the o!dest and most pop- ular saloons in the city, and still pre- serves it popularity for keeping pure wines and liquors-, and the best cigars. FURNISHED ROOMS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 February 1879

The Daily IIcms. DENISOIS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, iS7g. R.POLK BURHANSjClty Editor. The age of mystery—sausage. Cigars at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf Not a solitary case in the Mayor's court Thursday morning. The celebrated James' Self-Rising Buckwheat at Gaisman & Co.'s. The Gate City Hotel will be open for the teception of guests about the 15th. It is reported that McPherscn, late editor of the Star-Vindicator, died at San Marcos recently. Toilet articles at Guiteau & Waldron's. • , 8tf Rev. Wm. Giesy will preach at the M. E. church Sunday evening at 4:30, in the German language. The teachers of our public school received one month's salary each, Friday. Bishop Garrett is lecturing in San Antonio on * the subjec tof " Dar- . . '.'V.i .-J wimsm. Some days since Dr. J. T. Pur- cell performed the neat and difficult operation of panthoplasty upon the eye with complete success. The patient is now in our city, and the eye shows for itself. If you want nice photographs cajl 011 Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

e ■s II >r '.p *m iXl'tDG. Voi, VJ. Denison] (.Texas, Sunday Morning, February c;, 1879. No. 2Q7. FROM TEKRS TO ST. LOUIS. Therfe in' only'wA? r dlwiiy Irom- •tyjfiiii that run* 4u jaY* inlo Hit urenl Uniori Railroad Depot, St. l.oei«, Oi)d it MU B M.,!Ctbil* wnn fiait ,tvo 'l hq M-, K. T. CRTs run dwedlvrii lp the St. I-oiu* Union Depot, vvhere cIum; connqqtioii is made with ull Jjntr'fO the East vrtfflfcttt! Ih# e*netise. dfrlavand an- noyance ofctranhlers met witliV.by otherf route*.;; In addition to this connection in the St. Uuip VT"l' n Depot, 0 Deniaon and Sedi yn if ,th<i Qiilv o e of-, ferlng two'trartift'dal'y'each- WaJ+rfNWWf Texas and St. Louis and Chicago. Ke member this if vou are going East, and purchase through ticket* over the M., K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. I n & « j J'€ «• ' ~~ Pause risers from. iTexns going Ens* oir North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their ticke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

3?jxc Daily flews. SPECIAL LOCALS. I l)U:iNl!SOIN. I TH* MILD POWER SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1879 CUH.ES. —- ~ r. — HUMPHREYS' An Opportunityjilippmtf Away. HOMCEOPATHIG SPECIFICS. We hav6 before us a panjphlet written by ex-Senator T. M. Nor- wood, of Georgia. U is entitled the "Texas Pacific Railway," contrast- ed wfth a "Real Southern Pacific." If Huntington builds east to El Paso, as Norwood claims, he will foira connections with Galveston, and possibly New Orleans, at least this is his declared purpose. This will take the trade of the Southern Pacific and Arizona into Gulf ports on the one side, but on the other a connecting line with Santa Fe and Atchison will divide it, and send part ol it north to Kansas City and Chicago. St. Louis may object, but St. Louis is sluggish and generally gets her eyes open'about one dpy too late.—Dallas Commercial. At last we have it in plain lan guage that the true point of the Texas (?) & Pacific is St. Louis. This has been charged before, but Sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

V*. : , THE PLAGUE Or Iff In and I>ev«lopui«ut of the Fatal £p- ldenilo now l>«va«t tl K A.traoliau, [From the lirltlHli Modlcal Journal.] On the 3d inst., the telegraph from St. Poteraburg carried the important aud startling uows over Europe that plague had broken out in Astrachan. The news as yet received of this untoward event is most meagor, but it at least may be taken as showing that the fact is accept- ed by the imperial authorities in Russia. Otherwise it would bo difficult to explain the meaning of a meeting of the chiefs of government deparments, including the medical department, which was summoned for the 7th inst., under the presidency of the minister of the interi- or, to consider the measures to be taken to prevent the extension of the disease in the empire. The facts at present made known are, that plague has de- clared itself among the Cossacks in As- trachan, and that, during the 1st and 2d inst., one hundred and ninety-five cases were recorded, of which one h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

m rb r 1 j'V i; R r Three Songa. I-UFK AND DVATll. f 1 had chosen. uiy tours had alt boon down; 1 would have drawn a bird's or blossom'!) breath, Noroutmoam.-d yonder dove. I did not choose, And hero la Lite (or mo, und there Is Death. Ay, here la Life. Bloom for me, violet; W hlspur me, Love, all things that are not true; Sln«, nightingale and lark, till I forget— for bore Is Life, and I have need of you. to, there Is Death. Fade, violet, from the laud; Cease from your singing, nightingale and lark; forsake me, Love, for I without your hand Oun tlud my way more surely to the dark II—knua.ob1) too long. Why do I grieve with summer lmpe? I want the flower that died last year; 1 want the old drops of the dew, And my old love, sir—and not you. Younger than you, nor quite bo wise, Was he who had your hair and eyes— Who said "I love you" first, you see, Ttils you repeut, and weary me. ill—'turned away. It may have been. Who knows? Who knows? It was too dark for me to see. The wind that s...

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