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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 March 1887

I -fl 1" BsMFi >fi.v . V >rr/T, iTTfty /r^.: I# « SSJ BS^ Ppi • i ft ■ !v" ,¡3" : ' P: vl ' ^ S*gf: 'ÍÁ.Í^ M:,. ,¿;j;: £jí¿ ¿fí$ !a.: •■•: 1 m m i RSB i. i (uní OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: SUMNER BUILDING, 11} , BAST HOUSTON 8THBM, itmmtiimmm "T ;£■ ywS^Mwj \W2& VOL. 2. \"- -A .■' '' ■■V- Drun Linn sss r ' ■•■' .* " ." ,, ,! ",|l|,.J,.). fl,|,|J in the 0 SKw? The <a& .-V s 3^ Wi |brary and tialtv. |TL." A HE ii ink I ICS o THE RAILROAD IS HERE And ho is J. H. HATCHER, who lias just opened up a magnificent qtoek ot Staple and Fancy Dry tioods on the sou(li side of the square. He has just received a full supply of men's,hoys and children's SPRING CLOTHING, And the Indies are respectlully invited to call aud in- spect a fresh stock of laces, embroider! etc. just in. S in n TIios. Forbe's, Jr., Caries a Full Line of School Books and School Supplies ! Blank Books, Stationery, Notions, Etc. My Stock oí" Wallpaper and Decorations Cannot he Excelled in the City. , o Have Just Re...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 March 1887

wdp MWwip i HPW r : \,SHB i ■.■".'■■ KOTB'S office. office has ft first Proprietor. Offloein Sumner Bultdlu*. 113 Eut Howton 84. WBfm&ffl/t * 1 ■ ¡ i üü' ■ ' • ¡1 "■ • j*y¿PS13Bfc i "* imtiZ'tákiMMútela:. • Delivered by carrier to any part of the í city'at 75 cents per month, payable month- .JHBB OF SUBSCBIPim '/■ '~Jr• ««■w new T-*- P®r v'-.ó'.ííw^ ly, invariably. ' ? > Br mall, to any part of the United States or «Amada. 76 cente per month, iuvariably If subscribers served either by carrier or : through the mall do not receive their pa- tier regularly, they will please notify the business office immediately, ADVERTISING BATES. v" From one to nine inohes, $2.00 per Inch, | r month. • .-*?■ One-half oolumn, 30 peroent reduction. One column and over, 30 per cent reduc- tion. No deviation from the above rates. ¡m&i BEADING MATTER. ft-*' WM>: One time, Two or three time*, ■t ">fi¡ Kií' ■ mm ¥ i por line. 10 eeuts. 15 " One week, - - - - " Two weeks, - • - 40 Three week...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 March 1887

I imm tf1 "to ■■¡■Mjjwi Hitt MBU* MM . :^.. * rVfi'. U-r'. >. •■ :••' A/0, ^ ' ■ •■■■'. .-.vito "V "• rv^wí'ííVW^ÍIi' '' ,j|!J.'í?<,í>'Jr':1- . JlfUIÍICIPAl< DIRECTORY. wm^. wmm PERSONS AND THINGS. __ rtfj - ¡jf f U T * '' JuA Ranchea *ud 9% Bwioew 011 one to ten years limo. .4" \ K s\ |. o lt |':s k K..d p /■( o *> 0 FARM AND GARDEN. fhe colder the climate in which sheep prosper, tlio finer the texture and bet- ter quality the wool. ' !>'f • * Dry (j war tern are essential to the thrift of young chickens. They cannot thrive if kept ou damp soil. i The Lon-sia'iia sugar crop is now es- tiyiatod at 150,000 hogsheads, a reduc- tion from ptuvioua estimates. .■ v Ducks should ba allowed as much liberty as possible, us they are not par- tial to continemeut liku chickens. Avoid top ventilation in the poultry house, lt will causo croup, swelled head, closed eyes ami othor dilllcultieg. Chickens can be fattened in twelve dávs to two weeks if they are Icept in a partly dark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 March 1887

•S — « ^ #of0 " totué horlud to anoounc* tbo name of I candidal# for re-eloct'oa to t.ie marinan for the Bwt ward. B OTemí; SftV4& We r auiboriiedto annonnce the name of John 0. MoOanville U a candidate for aldorman intb.flmward. ; ■ ,. h: Wanted.—The citv editor is author- W" Miú'X/W'" K '■ .. - JPi ® -■- izad by Scott Jones to say he is as escort to twenty-six the dime show to- young .. mm Í. ( '■ ' k; v ■ -V m with the railroad boom. Sherman is at the top of the ladder. WKm*?£-'' [■ The boom in real estate is growing. There waB not a case before his honor. . ' h '■ Henry Ward Beecher is slowly but surely dying; • - The mud on the streots is drying up pretty fast. Business of all kinds has been a little lively today. ' Matter's have been dull in Justice Hinklo's court today. The show is indeed a good one and deserves patronage. The spring weather is indeed favorable to farming olasses. Build the railroad southwest and tap the Jack county coal deposits There were fully 2,500 pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 9 March 1887

ÜÉÜ fffMftMtmWir MHHNf! ""■■ i-.' ■■■■' &M4 'V^V.V iiMii ¡wsEBSM W <W:' ll ¥ í w '|¡ g ^—^>j[ 'jt i*'*iA émM K''rJ¡.Si*j %■" 't O-'J^óte w > *> (* frnwl'4.1'" " '■ müw OÍFIOH OP I^BLIÓAtlO^t ÍÜHÍfTO Bill/wSli. tU 'i 'ii ii ';i'li' ' *t*'í Ilili'llffliliU' jA'f V'OL. 2. * Aí^iaik ■ Mi Mil When You Want Anything In the Onlg Line ípi| THE RAILROAD IS > /■ /:TK1 At/A <« 11 Í And so is Jr H. HATCHER, who lias just opened up a magnificent slock ot Staple and Fancy l)ry Goods ou the south side of the square. He has just received a full su.pply of men's,boys and children's K*W, .¿til iff! k Aud the ladies are respecttully invited to call and in- spect a fresh stock of laces, embrofderis etc. just in. V II I a, lyVnnrl PAfll Thos. Forbe's, Jr., Caries a Full Line of rn School Books and School ' Supplies ! Blank Books, Stationery, Notions, Eto. 1/. My Slock of Wallpaper aud Decorations Cauuot be Excelled in the City. * _ > O Have Just Received a Fine Line of E. S. JON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 9 March 1887

Mil ',v'','"^';';'-': : i:•' '■' " '' - " -'Vly; •|i."-'|.'."; •S/L-+ vjM^i^-l«*ai^ia)ij«atMUrtMiaMai«lWMiaSI*«MMe«MeB WII *M«eiSjSgljga*MaWWaMSMHSaaMWSaiSISe,« MWWWMMWai nHld VV i' ■'■ V, Proprietor. ,U3 Kait Houiton St OF NUBSC11IPTION or by carrier to any part of the _ ..cents per month, payable month- ¡L—^ of uniied States ' intaper month, Invariably íbera served either by carrier or nail do not receive their pa- , they will please notify the i Immediately advertmho bates. from one to nine Inches, $3.00 per Inch par month. , ¿ One-half column, 30 per cent reduction. One column and over, 30 per cent reduc- tion.' . ' No deviation from the above rate*. 8$ V* f '£& V7-. Mp-<- PJvl jbP^f.V' ¿fe', ^v'r m ■ • i: __ BEADING MATTER. MP.' Ei i <>}■:. fa Í? ■ ■ $S; ■K 'I": Itf'lV'v 1 One time, - - Two or three time*, One week, Two weelu, - Throe weeks, per line. 10 oenta. 16 35 " 40 " «A " One month or over, Three cents per line i insertion. On to Abilene. Dro an artesian wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 9 March 1887

aorbs >US08 ' i good cheap •tor A m tlw'im airaP^Rpi Jba ■■■ppip V iiiK-nai.iti*' ' ' '. jSfefS!^"' ■ "A*'': ^•',|"!%f' i i?nWwr"j'rWw .'I'U'Wy liwwilliw -v^.ivW) *w'H* f y¡i *e |K£n^ . ÜH® I'ih-v-'- -vvV -WMmiikimm 'WW, Ü *: Wjsm}M g®l '• \f'% wft W m^i Mg táf/itffr «** pw • y**"l\,x-ffi'mjffi •*tt $$i| ví>ií|y tl IH'Í '- 5 <8*0^ ■<KW*Oí ¿«iVífOÍ -M"'*1"! * '« MVNIOIPALUIB f «''tit- f>s tfTh UUti¿L 1 *i5« *' •pi« Kl THE REPTILE GERANIU «•áif* iít n¡ BH ■ ifesSBá A STEANGE RACE. cations la all poworful. Is a man of un- uaually large stature and weight' and oí commanding will.wrbo represent* [¿his person all the l*yr and govern- use of soap ana water appears on- known, while their dross is of the poor -est description, shot and stockings being rarities, And oven to this day sol- diers' overcoats osad during the war, fin' tiie lait stages of dccáy, wen. B¿t flsspite.their rajf* they vie with the savage in their lo for gay colors and for ornaments oí a tawdry and strikin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 9 March 1887

J!! f s mm - ■ ;vA' •/ . fe :" ^ ■* " P - . . V V iv&. ;>V* "■''.íS't;;™' 'Í-C? ,;ía,.: <l;r' major. ttni wM is&'if to annoqnoo the name of 0 :e for alderman in the Aral jpi id to udobdoo the u me of o M candidato for ftlderman fotfApñ)i¡*MA|t *-k! ■ ft . A' JEF On to Abilene. IMP' SnVjÍvíWA' '•'; ■taffe; MrVA.; Ipte ' If More rain is needed yet. :w¡5 ■..; __________ . Oats are infine oonditiou. .;■■! i.i'. . ' , Build a new station house. Agitate the artesian question. mmpi}$' * ' ""' Look after the the sidewalks. A paper mill is almost assured. , gravel is quite heavy at present. The election is rapidly approach- ing. " MUI. There was quite a heavy bail last night. i \';l | j.1" 1 The wind was a little unpleasant today. The opera house "ad." appears in' this issue. The jail excitement is gradually subsiding. • i The show tent was crowded again \j last night ' V ■ f „ A large number of farmers were in t the city today. f:: I;: | The Bidewalk ordinance should be passed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 10 March 1887

mmmWm mm *8 • ", , . 1 "i/¿3 |P '. :%i Wmm, ' 'w É& 11 .a\í'to.H -¿few* üaíit^1 ii^ftíásÍMte omob of wblioation: &6m1 *r uoildciw. ítM ,W.¿ W| «+T ■/""r-v !^,T! . ■.- VOL. 2, I if. IIIM lililí ifi .llll'll i I tita i* ffiSp1 '1 .. ií i,'' '*|y ?1" iimn ,>n rrrrr-^rif~rm^T^i¥ «a ine When Yob Want i í nlX &S8BF * C~"i.ni.l.A^ j.Lv. •• y;;' i; ■1 tifo* >K;.f(^>i.w'<. I'^l.^f :rJi,«( ft [,*!«■? vtt wmm .•<' .J,u .hi A- í :$w m s. . >«'j! íU '' ' ' ¡i m ,'í>i l^jW Pt|¿3 í «.,,':"í % i Government «r¡> t? :'i i A-i. mSTx , ; «PMf* * } ■ fWW«" W %** iium the oouucil ohamber as already M. G..; UíiDBBBAND ifi;m this Umfc ; expect a «toro of the thill DEALER IN I •%<> 0 s h-fcW V. «I tend to And no is- J. H. HATCHER, who has. just opened up a magnificent stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods on the south side of the square. He has just received a full supply of men's,hoys and children's Aud the ladies are respectfully invited to call and in- spect a fres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 10 March 1887

" : :'<''■ ■■ <é .V', " ■•■ 'kíMÍÉ .... . . to Mz$§£ >^j Kffl —— • ^V^:V.W cornea into Nort ed the these two tnw ¿VAMJUIU* Proprietor - tier Bol.UUsc.llS Eaat lloustou St. 8?SaHBSBBBBaSB=SH OF SUBSCBIPTIOlf by carrier to any pártofthe ts per month, payable month. to any part of the United States 76 eenta per month, Invariably iben served either by oarrler or the mall do not recclye their pa- , they will please notify the b immediately. ea^s! M ADVERTIS! JV« BATES. : ' '''' ' '.V' : ''><■ ' ' . From one to nine inches, $3.00 per Inch i per month. One-half oolumn. 20 per oont reduotlon One column and over, 30 per cent reduo> i tion. No deviation from the above ratea. If? f- m I '''< ' I fe m Ife ■'i-, 1 es Ik BEADINC1 MATTER. Onetime, Two or three time*, One week, Two weeks, • Three weeks, per line. 10 cents. 15 " 26 " 40 " 86 " One month or over, Three cents per line for each Insertion. i. On to Abilene. Oh to the Canadian. Dknison ia having a hard time with hair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 10 March 1887

wmmwm HlwSi ' 2 " J1 HBH ■pill M, fÉ^flPSPwPf^M «pes ®r,mm®* _ M^mm. S&wtiti •MM NOTED HORSEMAN. es3ay8 qn "boy." J §■ -<■ li- \ iw 1)1 li f, 5. .1 i til in on i«' bo 00 >nt G« ■oo. lod *% rec Tho Trotters Hubert Bonner Bu llouglit anil l^evelop^d—Big 1'rlccs raid lor Them. Ono of the best-known promoters of horse-trotting in the world is Mr. Robert Bonner, of !Now York. Not «■ only docs ho cator to his own pleasure for road driving, but ho has done mora thau any oth&r man in the country to de- velop trotting speed and make trotting ' horses valuable. No one would think Mr. Bonner was 62 years of age, yet, in giving a sketch oí his career this week, The New York Sportsman says: He was born near Lnmlonderoy, Inland, April 28, 1824, and emigrated to thi# oountry when 15 years of &ge. The lad located atHartford, Conn.,where he had an uncle residing, and 4ie sooft entered the ofllco of The Hartford -Cpurant as an apprentice to the printer's trade, his compensation to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 10 March 1887

JfSPf1 ;.í:,:;í!.'ftS:^r. . , • '"•''''' .jF ■ ■ ÍV')'',IS\|VV: '''"".■ ' -''-iC' -:y¡.' ■■ . (9^9 ■n •* ÍOUNCEMENTS. nnounec •tibe ■H... ■mí oriied to annoanot J. P', O ' Ine on« sp'tti.teSr®-- *• itt authorized to announce the name of 'otttn as * candidate for re-election to the offlco of Alderman for the flret ward. -. We. are authorised to a nnouDo« the name of 0. ~ " m n candidate for aid §Mr, iJllliPP It" ' fe,, V 4 " ®íj¡ ierman in tbe first . ... are authorised to announce tbo name of John C, MoConville as a oandidute for aldertnan •IUVII V* UVWH I In tbo first ward. jar* ©i- Tack up fctar lumbers. Sherman is surely on a boom. Number tbe houses. The law re- quires it. Frank Thompson, of the Nation, was in town today. Hft&.iV SPKJ.VÍ,..- Éjfc m ¡'.i/-- Wr - i, I mA WW.iF.y J Él • K>'§>v This was one of the most pleasant days of the seaBon." Little Jeff Sloan was reported as being much better today. S. S. Dumas, of Cannon, paid the Reoistkr office a call today. There...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 March 1887

• ?l K® ¿I nip] mmi il •■■' , ' Iv ' :'. -l-(- .;?■ $' : ' •■' •<?&te 't w$mM Wfyí gfiMejsPMjyí'híffi V*#' m$m® ■ m& | 1 t j -I M = ' ■ ' '■' " ■' '' 1 '- !" "•' OFÍIOK OF PUBLICATION: 8UMNKK BUILDING, US BAST HOUSTON STHKHT, 8UBRMAM, TEXAS. pMf|tea W i. Ml AT SUMtMAtf. TEXAS, Afl' «BOO VOL. 2. fj-jp'D'vrA"W rprnAT MARHH 1 ^ JL * •* *# THE RAILROAD IS HERE And ho In J. H. HATCHER, who has just opened up a magnificent stock ot Staple and Fancy Dry Goods on the south Bide of the square. He has«. just received a full supply of men's,boys and children's SPRING CLOTHING, Aud the ladies are respecttully invited to call and in- spect a fresh stock of laces, embroiderls etc. just in. Thos. Forbe's, Jr., i Carries a Full Line of School Books and School Supplies! Blank Books, Stationery, Notions, Etc. AGE1T FOR HUBBH STAMP NOWELTIES. My Slock of Wallpaper and Decorations Cannot be Excelled in the City. JUST RECEIVING NEW STOCK. E. S. JONES & BRO DEALERS IN STAPLE J^ISTJD FANCY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 March 1887

¡■aaaaaiM ?^ WS^^jPc-.ii •-*..•? (■•'-.• r-<feKH3i-riCT4 ■■• >*/>!?•. •L-mUMim ' . ■ HIf á#ifeí> ' —— * 7! drains now elaims of the w*m$ „ ^ JlS Proprietor -ÍM '-' ' " - Delivered by carrier to any part of the ilty at 76 cents per month, payable rnonth- W mull, to any part of the United States or Canada, 76 cents per month, Invariably ^IlStt^rtbers nerved either by carrier or ,'' throuirh the mall do not receive their pa- «ly 1 per regularly, they \\111 ptawe uotliy the .■ I , . I 1 . f ADVUBTISIKO KATES. From one to uino inches, $2.00 per luch, ^On&Salfcolumn, 20 percent reduction. One oolumii and over, 80 jier cent reduc- EPP& tion. 7 No deviation from the above ratea. K-t READING MATTER. per line. Í0 cento. 15 " «( W: One time, - , - Two or three time , One week, - ?6 Two weeks, - - - - Three weeks, .'«•• • • w> One month or over. Three cents per line foreach insertion. &#/' '3;"' Wr. il On to Abilene. On to Memphis. t. On with the new jail. On to China...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 March 1887

I bn, li .u 1)0 100 hont • X iTOS IROS, gOOÍr heaj) I V. wmmmm'Mw*si ÍMÍÍÍ^MHmMWIÍ^PKW^IÉÍÍSÍMÍÍÍ nnsH@iy PI ^K^Ri: " ' '• .-«'■ •■ ' • -:•& '• , '.A.-'' '■ ■"■ " HiSS« BHHHHHHHIIi |j fe á| W •mm 1 itjrj- $$-■ "*/> ! jis. MME, Ím'1'' $i"■'*••; •'"' y ;1 mé^K^^^rX • , , " I -•. (¿. *■-1 m, \ SPURIOUS WINES. A Diminution of Itnlgliis, Colored Willi J,ui¡- wood—Supplying Deal- er wUiv'tnl.elü-tTh tfopt off> i\ ' | ft í ¡ Wefotho stiitemént tb be made''thai the Amor cans aro becoming a nation of wine-drinkers, there would doubt- less ba hosts oí pooplu ready at a mo- ment's notice to refuto tlío assertion, and to prove both by observation aud figures that it was without foundation. But even casual observers admit, says The New Turk CommeraM Advcrlittr, that the use of wine among"tho artjjf'M business uic'ti who are daily fed In tho lower portions oí the city is iucreas ng. The keepers of restanrañts say that ful-, )y two-thirds of tbosé paying85 cento and over for a luncheon d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 March 1887

)L : '^9-!':?" ¡tf .vv->tJ ' I:Ji :'u[-; .r * ..1 í .t-.. - -U. .. :«• -'••• ■•" > = fpPii Jpfll Eiil TJti tile name of 0. in tb« ñrit , Assess? Ja"' mM<¡ nnuno th# nun# oí ' ate for alderman In T, '. , ' . = Tear down the gate nuisances. How abont the Board of Trade f All is quiet in police circleftoday. Another rain would not be amiss. T ■Bpl ssfeVi. • East Sherman hoa a ghost at last. The city is (all of men with pat- emts.. '• I Miss Zella Moore is quite ill with a ferer. ' •■■■■ ■■ > , New honses are being erected in all directions. ISk RIP ISfe wnT~ >> TH k- t t-,. ■ ■■,■■■■ WÉíVn rv ||$1 BHIli Vir The calaboose had one occupant all of yesterday. Clarence Elliott and wife left lost night for St. Lonis. Several Denisonites were in the city on legal business today. The people should all make immi- gration agents of themselves. Small boys monopolize the side- walks with their marble games. County Commissioner Wells re- turned from McEinney lust night. '' Damage ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 March 1887

mmmmtmrnÉatiamm Mmm * ííiS:'#^! : iSfSÉL^Oi /:rV^::/VF:' '■ :v;: ;;^:':,g;|;j . TEXAS. BAST HOUSTON STHBIT, OFFICE Of POBLIOATrON: SUMNER BUILDING. IU mmmm SHERMAN^ TEXAS, BW4míW:M^ vol. 2. i a I.Ü. . ■ #:« When You >' S: ® ¡émeBtBÍS Th« week end* I this week so full of wat ■tnokeii and to solve the mystery which he «• * < IV.i,; : h^;-:' , m&m&k vnmmm drug store, as. ■■" - ■; :.! in' Ml > ue ftwlta be - bad be more, but lost I the good , á.u . .W.L KkJi^ffl-áasSííi íUSt-.^-Ka! ft s*#f- *«iy,v* .. ZÍf"¿Sá5iF~ TIT-35 the ou aua^ami r'A^vv Wodaye THE RAILROAD IS,HERE And so is J. 11. HATCHE1?, who has just opened up a maguiiici'ut stock ot Staple and Fancy Dry Goods on the south side of the square. He has just received a full supply of men's,boys and children's Sty '*f ímíll SPRING CLOTHING, Ami the Indies are respefctiUlly invited to call and In- spect a fresh stock of laces, embroidcris etc. just in. f ¿ 1 TPi If III J lltV 7 .},*}• Tiros. Forbe's, Jr., Carries a Fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 March 1887

É ■ ssftsz 'i i.- ■ ■■ ' • ■■ — m w ¡US M&j I , j • SIB®! * ' " : l.'T' -W r üi' w-M É«| •mA IMfl?. íiÉl. ble view i w by tbe Bell wm mmi gil ■M BS^i WMsmm Ite i «■ra Two or three Ume*, a week, . - o week , - Throe wecKa, .• On* month or over, for each insertion. On to Abilene. íiw«Eí«fM . (0auy part of the 3th, payable month- w_..„_tofthoUnlUH,stat08 X luvartably TV J served either by carrier or I do not receive their pa- mm. to nine inchea, $2.00 per Inoh , ' _Jcolumn,20 percent reduction ooliunn and over, 30 per cent reduo- ." i| on from the above rates. >r line. 0 cents. . - 16 " . . 26 " ■ . . 40 " •- . B6 " Three cents per line Good sidewalks are neodcd. Tax contract for the jail building The wbolo state is interested in tbe state.Voformator^m^t^^ T|U Dallas Herald wants tbo law enforced and the chances aro it will gun its point Thk railroad intoxication scorns to have thrown two or three cities in the state into a perfect frenzy. . SBMaSSSénWBBBHHMB In a city where rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 March 1887

.„p, ■ Wj'ty.Wti -' v-*,■' , ..*;■. '¡iií&ñ; r: .' ■ * mmmm até ii ir 11 §ü si • ;;.' :; / <jl: V ?í •(.>, 1 ¡Sli'a:>fi-I ¿f.'.; % te .# ^wiwlS - mitOam Ifegy, . MlIBÍIOIPAjL D •i '.Váiíi' a-:>:''/% T "*'J"' í« 0. N. Buaklér-?Ma¡yor W.J. Boyer—Treasurer. ;! AND FANQY. ¿! FACT WV'I O 'l / < FARM AND GARDEN. ■ It is unlawful to soli oleomargarine or butUirine in Canada." The standard for a ¿rood cow la said to be 600 gallons of milk a year, and of this there should bo ten per cent of cream. Some dairymen save the last fourth of tho milk from the cow.in a separate vessel, ami pour it directly into a croam |ar. Give the sheep a moss of ground oats every evening from now until'the lambing period. As soon as grass fails give them all the hay they can eat A contemporary suggest! that a cow can bo easily led by a halter that com- mands hor nose, but with difficulty by * ropo around'her thorns. It is a fact. It is useless to hope to destroy the acidity of certain soils by ...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 March 1887

___ 1 . name of -election to the r t ward. - y$ #*#. $■ v* -v^ /'.'•; VJV^; i' ' '"VV *i,.'$*itr¡'¿, fnlÍÍl<&$ >■:*•• >'<■ II yoa want anything in the jewelry line give Ely k Cook a call. leg ant AT DEATH'S DOOR. ;^:vV TEE SOCTL OF WILLIAM TILLOT HOVBBING —■ ■.,. '.i ■ J. .. On the Banks of the BítÍé Which Eolia Vt&T nee the n«me of 0. eriuan in the fint ' We are aathoriied to. announce the namo of '" ; ;; J<An EMotSnvlUe a. a candidato for alderman iu ttie flrit want. t Ps^aastt&iKs e fourth ward. f ■- =r====. A.v'fe -i¿- be sidewalks. ÉW-. ' " " ■i0 Several strangers were in the city. Don't fail to attend church tomor MM ,v'v". 'iv.V l&'y iPl R&-. it RS row. •. ■- ■••"•y-'* ; Sherman is in need cf more roil roads. The wood merchant was in force today. ■ | •' ■ ■: The vault contract is to be let next Monday. Not a case in the police court this morning. Work is progressing the waterworks. rapidly on Retail business has been quite lively in the city...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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