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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

She il.uln sttrur j> k n i h o n . SUNDAY MOllNIN'O. f A PIONEER. ROMANCE, And Its 8trmi|{« Development in Modern Days— A Deitertud Wife, an Indian Elope- ment, a lluuaway Sun, a Marriage. [From the Ban Frunoiseo Chronicle.] Did some gifted novelist desire the foundation for a story sufficiently won- derful to make the world wonder at its depth of plot and peculiarity of detail, he need only adopt the circumstances that have occurred in a certain instance among us as recently as a week ago, though beginning in the early days of California, when the gold excitement was making lunatics of many. Recently there came from a flourishing town of Sonoma County, on an extended visit to friends in this city, a man and wife. Theaters were visited, a full round of amusement and sight-seeing was indulg- ed, and all ran merry as the marriage- bell which rang for the couple in ques- tion as much as thirty and three years ago, away off in Racine, Wis. A few nights since, while returning from the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

"Let me see, where was I? Cup and a half of sugar, half a cup of butter, whites of five eggs, beaten—Teddy, will you keep your fingers out of the sugar crock P There, I will give you one more lump, and that must be the last, now remem- er!" "Eleanor, you need not beat those eggs. I declare it is a shame to invite you here and then put you into the kitchen to work." Here" pretty Mrs Grey stopped to take breath, and look after her youngest hopeful, who, having finished his sugar, was evidently puz zling his curly head to think of more mischief. Eleanor looked up at her friend, and laughed a low, hearty laugh that was in itself irresistible, and con tinued to beat the foaming white mass on. the platter she held in her hand. If you had heard Eleanor Vane laugh without seeing her face, you would have immediately been possessed with a desire to behold it; that accomplished, you would never rest until you had known the owner. Don't understand me to mean that it was a beautiful face—it was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

188 lm lin J( - |u- in lii- ny Irs Iter Ihe r-.v re- tes ra- b- ies Irn- the Lnd ptic ber- jdi- fuc- [ing es's yilh iZ his lano In to uhil- it 5 the over | toa- hor I who (bout pillar There ?8 tO the llent, lairs, lo be Pnles- I mill.. and | she will bal-. ► I ( Royal Champagne.' a.r.collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.) l.l.l.LA GENERAL nn n nbn aaa n noo 8 An g a P AAA UoUS . IKjl __ , AN NNDDD A A ii f'ttiiitnq <« j|,9(i «fl j AND BROKEH.1 IN SB bksm ft/ VtlffH -in* City Real Estate, ■ii IJ in' ji.'iiffi l!i« wn anilJii, D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. Saloons. jjalace beer hall, LOUIS LIBBIE, Frop'r. CHOICIT WHISKY, NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND DEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, in lU'H in. DENISON, TEXAS. .'in .11 A. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A NEW EXCITING HOOK Bristling with the Wild Adventures of Stanley > Africa, The only authentic and copyrighted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 February 1879

BHMraNQPKi awcr si ■ The Daily l\c\u5. lJKMSON. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1^79 It. POLK 15! KU ANS, ( it,J Editor. Denison Hook & Ladder Company. k Mr. W. Stimpeon, of Sheibuvne's boot and shoe store, will erect a handsomj residence, mansard roof- ed, on the corner of Mfrick avenue and Gartday street. The contract for the' same will be let immediately. Rooching, cutis and collars gain lit the Star Store. at a bar- 9tf There will be a meeting of the above company to morrow evening, (Monday) the loth, at half-punt seven o'clock/ The members of the Ilook & Ladder company are requested to meet promptly at that time. Fine (or non-attendance according to Artice VI, officers $1 00, members 50 cents. J. A. Euper, Foreman. Sooiety Vorwaorts. Israel W. Stone, local editor Cad- do Free Press, is in the city. Imported claret in glass, Brute's Fits & Fieres. the genuine articlf, at Louis Le* , brecht's. Misses and children's shoes, the largest and best assorted stock at the Star Store. 9U C...

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

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, February i r, 1879. 2Q9. FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There is only ohe r-iilwiiy fnjnj Texas that run* its cars into the i>reat Union Railroad Depot, St. Louts, anil it is the M., K. & T. The. M., K. T., cars run directly into thtj St. Louts Unipn. Depot, where close connection is made with all lines to the East without the expense, delay and an- no vance of transfers met with by other routes. :In addition tf> this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, tfce froute by Denisgn and Sedaiia is tly: only one of- fering two trains daily 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 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 enjoy the ad- vantages of connectin...

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

—rrr- The Daily |em DENIKON, TUESDAY FEBRUARY li, 1879. SPECIAL LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! 'Toas Balls in a School Hands." Boy's For six long years have efforts been concentrated on the building of the Denison & Pacific railroad. Its first appearance before the public was with the name of the Red River & Rio Grande railroad. Under this title it secured a chaitcr from the Legis'ature of Texas. After this charter was secured, renewed efi'orts were made to raise funds for the road. About the time the charter was to expire a little work was done on the west edge of the city in order to establish and hold the chapter ; but it was not until the spring of 1878 that arrangements could be made to complete the road. At that time there was so much doubt about the validity of the charter that it was deemed best to organize a new com- pany under the general laws of the State, and take the name of Denison & Pacific railroad. By a correspondent of the Dallas Herald, and more recently by...

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

as*) bS NES ",' Champagne, a.r.collins&co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL n n n ddi) r<;<; rnT"'K!iSK s« A A N N N 0 I) A A fl T "BBb AAA N NNI) I) AAA <1 fill T K £ 1,1,1. A AN NN DUD A A GOG T *K8H D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, 8T.ILQU1S. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. ii,8tf* Saloons. jpALACE BEER HALL, LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CIIOIC1T WIHSKY. NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hall ha* been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive s'yle and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Roojil. which has recently been fitted up, is nicely furnished. G RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & 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 for keeping pure wines and liquors, and the best cigars. FURNISHFD ROOMS Can also be ...

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

am—«i,L. -: - *• The EUulij 'Ilcius. DENIHON. TUESDAY. • FEBRUARY 11, 1879. 11. rOLK KURHANS, City Editor. Work on the foundation for the D. & P. depot was commenced Monday. Spedal inducements to close out Indies' cloaks waterproofs and cashmercs, at the Star Store. gtf Died, at his resilience near the cemetery, February 10th, at 2 a. m., Mr. Frank Brush, of meningitis, aged thirty years. ♦ Call at Donaldson & Campbell's new boot and shoe establishmen', next door to Acheson's Drufc S'ore. 9 iw. Joe Linz left for Parsons, Kansas, Sunday. He will stop off at Musko- gee, McAllester and Atoka, to wind up some Dutch clocks. The most complete stock of cheap ar>d tine cigars and tobacco, can constantly be found at R. S. Weil's. Two car loads, thirty-eight hogs- head of sugar, wore recjived Man- day by the wholesale grocery house ot Hanna & Owens. The sugar was purchased direct from the proprie- tors of the Crescent farm, a sugar plantation near Franklin, St. Mary's parish, L...

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

I' "K of 75 — f ■ etn- In son the 8-a. ICCO. me in t df til* ri- ii.* > Vol. VL Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, February 12, 1879. No. 3oo. FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There Is only one riilway from Texas that runs its earn into the Kreat 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 clone connection is made with all lines to the East without the expense, dcjla.v and an- noyance of transters 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 daily each way between Texas and Si. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if vou are going East, and purchase through tickets oyer the M-, K. & T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, artd via Hannibal to Chicago. 1PROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the M...

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

<ffhc Daily l\c\us. WEDNESDAY.. -FEBRUARY 12, 1879. "The Sleep of Death." Mr. Garland gave notice Monday that on Saturday next, he would move to take up the Texas and Pa- cific railroad bill. This will be the lust* attempt to get the bill through this session. It is amusing to see how the few journals in this State which favor this bull dozing scheme of Pennsylvania capitalists to de prive the South of a true Southern railroad to the Pacific, whistle to keep their spiiits up. It is patent to every reading man who is not so prejudiced that he cannot think, that the Texas and Pacific scheme has been steadily losing gronnd the past ■) ear and yet the Dallas Herald, for instance, talks about it being "one of those grand measures which have so much virtue that it gathers strength with age, and the more it is discussed and understood the more friends it has!" This paper even boasts that that corrupt old radical politician Ingalls, of Kansas, is friendly to the Texas and Pacific. The He...

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

, MHjHU ll. Rt In In jr hi lie Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST.fll.0UIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANYBRANDOF :i NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. n,8tf* Saloons. ;Tv- pALACE BEER HALL, ; 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 Pahice Beer Hall has been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive sfyle and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nicely furnished. G RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & 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 for keeping pure wines and liquor*-, and the best ci^.irs. FURNISHED ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-18 tf B ANK EXCHANGE. J. B. MoDOUGALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS In the city. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A NE...

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

Peruonal. i'hc Daily llnus. DKN1MON. WEDNESDAY...FEBRUARY 13, 1879. K. reLK BURHANS, City Editor. Mr. Pers 011s has built a new fence around his property on Morton street. Special inducements to close out ladies' clonks, waterproofs and cashmeres, at the Star Store. gtf + Mr. Ed. N. Allen did not leave tor the North yesterday. R. A. Allen, tuel agent H. & C., is stopping at the Alamo. Boom for More I Great bargains at the Star Store. 9tf Mr. S. B. Bennett has rented the building lately occupied by Mr. Ed. Euper, and will move his lunch stand into the same to-day. Window glass at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf The work of taking down the west wall ot the Hill building, which was badly injured bv the late fire, was commenced Tuesday. We give place to-day to the report of the Judiciary Committee of ths U. S. Senate on the legality of Hie Chickasaw permit law, followed by the law in full. We have no doubt it will interest many of our readers. We do not hesitate to say that Hanna keeps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 February 1879

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, February i3, 1879. No. 3oi. FROM TEKA8 TO ST. LOUIS. . .There is only oin: nil w y from Texas that run" its ;«rs into the ureal Union ' , Railroad,Depot, St. Louis, and It in the M.j K. &T. "l „ The M„ K. T. cars run directly into 1 ' the St. Lodis Union Depot,- where clone coiihecflon in made with all lities to the i ' East wtthout the expense, delay aild ah- . • novance of translprB met with by, other ■ routes. In addition to this connection in the St, Louis Union. Deiiot, the route by Dciflk'oivaYfd Scdalfa is the only one of- fering two trains dai'y each way between Texas and St. Louis and Chicago, lie member this if vou are going East, and purchase through tickets over the M., K. Si T. Railroad via Sedalia to St. Louis, and via Hannibal to Chicago. f it Jd Jg lie li- 'P lie k fe- lls, Iss- len lad I'ty a |'y :h- 11 n- tiv- 7fie >a 11 Iton ■the Ipse in in- [iild, in | Mr. of |now cxas J lots ■saicl liam, out IT2i. k SR. PROM TEXA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 February 1879

mriwiii— i i w , . . Kv -. ,t I . 'l, ' 1 " 1 ! ■ £hc JDaiUj Tlcws. i > i: >. i !a o rs, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, Scott'B Last DoUge for a Subaidy 81 aCiAI. LOCALS. To aufl'orers. NERVOUS DEBILITY ! Vital vreitlcmiii or (iepression : n weak iexhausted fueling, 110 energy or courage; o| mental.oven-work, indescre- !(v.r< rb 1 It Correspondent of St. Louis Republican. JttFFBRSONVILI.K, IND., Jan. "Jt. Epitor Republican .—Perhaps it may mleiest vou to know that Colonel Tom Scol't tins agents traveling about 11 ie Western States getting signatures to pe- titions and memoiials asking Congress to vote a subsidy to the Texas Pacific Rail- road. These fellows are paid so much a hundred for the names theV geU and. as they travel free over Scott's roads, undef' one pretense or another they get the names of nearly all the corner lonfers, and what they don't get by fair means they can get out of the directories. You may look out about the time the Texas Pacific bill comes up. if it ever d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 February 1879

J for lATS. Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. A SSw KNCITI N<« HOOK Hribtling will) the Wild Adventuree of Stanley ln Africa A.R.COLLINS & CO., Boots and Shoe GENERAL thor, lion- }■ 1 hlsforv of his •iA i j The only authentic and copyrighted cheap ditloM. Bv the brilliant descriptive.au- lleadley. Giyp# a.,full s wonderful discoveries in W Z~MZ Congo. More fusciuiil}ng than romance. Profusely illustrated, and highly 'endors- ed. by the fhrtjy and Over 15,000 sold. More AGHN I'S WAN i. fc'.D. i8@-l •"or particulars about this book, suc- _i ■ nriiT n-r mi nino cess of agents and lest terms address D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST JL0UI8. HUBBARD BROS., Publishers, J'11 i!:>- delphiu, lJa. i 20 4W. A N N N HDD A A N N N 1) I) A A. KK N 7> J) AAA N N ND D A AA auCi TTTT n n 'i' m f? . f A A (I A. J.MX A AN NNDDD A. A <iU aa a na Ju T m§l w AND UKOKEKS IN THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND Of NATIVE SBARKLING WINE .1 1 «: '■ < ft;I I I. SOLD BY T/J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 February 1879

' The Daily llcxus. DKNWMM. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1879. R. POLK BUltHANS, City EditoK I). \V. C. D.ivis and Umily, cume ovjjr yesterday in a carriage from Sherman, returning In the evening. , Ju - « Dave Colbert, member of the Chickasaw Legislature, was in the city yesterday. — « *■- W. M. Lea, brother of our Jim, will open a wholesale and retail furn- iture establishment in Whitesboro, about the 1st of March. ."•> :.v."T&V«aa'; : Denison Hook and Ladder Co. There will be a drill to-morrow, Fri- day, the 14th, at hall'-past beven in the evening. The members of above company are requested to meet promptly at the truck house. • Fines for absence will be strictly en- forced. L. Lkbrect, Jos. A. Euper, "ec'y. Treasurer- J. M. Russell, son of U. S. Marshal Russell, is in the city. Streeper. the pioneer groceryman, has moved into the building nearly opposite the postoffice. Two carloads of cattle were ship- ped to Chicago Wednesday. Rooching, cuffs and collars at a bar gain at the ...

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

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, February 14, 1879. No. 3<>2. RO ci> ID |er. can I By Mis- /- Bs. the iro- rter r8) \KIC and for FROM TEXAS TO 8T. L0UI8. There i* only one nil way from Texas that runs its tar# •>•« the ureat 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 Ea«t wtthout the expense, delay and an- noyance of trnnslers met with by other routes In addition to this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the route by Denison and Sedalift is the only one of- fering two trains dai y each way between Texas and Si. Louis and Chicago. Re member this if vou are goin* Ea*t. and purchase through tickets oyer the M, K. & T. Railroad via Se.duHa to St. Louis, Rnd via Hannibal to Chicago. ; 1 FROM TEXAS TO CHICAGO. Passengers from Texas going East or North, either for pleasure or business, should purchase their tickets ever the ...

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

'A'he daily Heius. i>ia Si i ho ryT I RIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 187^. BPECIAL LOCALS. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON ANU TEXAS CKNTRAI.. No. 1. No. j. No, 5. No. 7, Ts'o. TRAINS. St Louis Express... Chicago Etpresf... Wty Freight Express I'"rri(fht.... Freight No, ii. Freignt o. 1, St. Louis Expres*.., No. 4, Chicago Express... o. 6. Way Freight No. S. Express Freight.... No. 10. Freight..) No. la. freight .; arh1vi. IX «|l A. M . irtie*, M. 9:30 P. M. 4:00 a. m. S :S5 *• > .OU A. M. SSPAHT. 4 JOO A. M J'45 '• M 4 . iu a. m. •55 M :oo a. m 11:15 p- w i' 8:1 MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. IAKKIVB. 3:15 r. m 4 :oo a. m Slock Train I 2:151*. m Through Freight.,8:15 a. m No. J No. 5. No. 7 depart. No. 1. Texas, Kansas* Chicago Ex. l'tyo a. m. No. 4. Texas, Kansas & St. Louis Kx.§13 145 a. m No. 8. Stock Train.4:00 r. M No. 8 Through Freight. 1.....| 5:oo a. M —•, ■ 1 * -1 1' .n t DENISON k SOUTHEASTERN. i depart^ i arrive Accommodationt . ' I 6.00 a. m; | n :is a.m J Daily exc...

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

jst |ou 1111 of of kce ■m- fho ?nt ■its' |ith I) i- f |i \a. |rs* I ted ]'"£ j<"T |'. its' lans ucli |G.i. | tiiT lied ■real In. Jout- IS tid- ] last |>.iC- P.C! |d to Jill v I) Pa. |ndcr >11," |;ur)ft lion, Prize for |r u hq *reat wa to • 8 t at )AL. |edal. firht I'd in stton Itheir lough lo the |nent- still Is. I for |AT3. Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) 0. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST.SLOUIS. < * :• i THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON Wrrtl ANVURAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. 11,811* Saloons. pALACE HEER HALL, ijOUIS libbie, Prop'r. ., CHOICE WHISKY, NO. 1 CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE ANI) BEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, DENISON, - • TEXAS. The Palace Beer llall ha* been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive s*ye and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nice!> furnished. QRAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main st. and Austin av. This is one...

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

W iiM±m !Thc Daily I>c\us. DKNIHON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1879. E. TOLK BURHANS, City Editor. Denison Hook and Ladder Co. There will be a drill this Friday eyen- inu', the 14th, at halt-past seven o'clock. The members of above company are requested to meet promptly At the truck house. . Fines for absence will be strictly en forced. L. LkBRECHT, JOS. A. EUPKK, Scc'v. For 111 an. This is St. Valentine's day. Another invoice of the arctic wave. At Brown's Bazaar, some Lotto games just received. nice set* 14 tf A family living near the old com- press is in destitute circumstances. Mr. Joe Linz, who has been on a business trip to the Territory, return- ed yesterday. Five cars of stock were shipped to St. Louis last evening and two to Chicago. Streeper. the pioneer groceryman, has moved into the building nearly opposite the postoffice. A interesting meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Wednes- day evening. The bui.ding occupied by Gus Arey, on Main street, is in a fair way to fal...

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