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

/>' III f' V" lia If. |nt lic- it V n I if' -1 |ur ile Mv i isJiJ Vol. VII. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, March FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS. There is only one nil way from Texas that run* it* :ars into 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 East wtthout the expense, delay and an- noyance of transfer# 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 dai 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 th^e M., K. T. via Hannibal, and enjo...

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

. %\xt CaiUj Hews. SUNDAY DKNISOJN. MARCH 187')' The Houston Telegram says that a meeting of ex-Ctontedemte ioldierH w.ts held at Gulveston loi the pui- nose of forming an association of Southern soldiers. At this meeting General II. P. Bee presided, ami the immaculate Tom Ochiltree acted as secretary. It seems to us that neither of these gentlemen aie the proper pel sons to represent the boys in trrav. Gen. 13ce may be an ex- ! ccllent gentleman, but as a Ger.eral he certainly was a failure. We fought under his command in Louis- iana, and can never forget that re- treat, from McNutt's Ilill in April, We ran! We ran, the whole night nearly, and nobody was after us. Why did not the "boys" in Galveston elect "Old Gotqh," W. SPKCIAL LOCALS. THB MILD POWER CURES HUMPHREYS' HOMCEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Scribners Monthly STOCKMEN. c P. llardpmann, or Gen. De liray as president? They wouldhave been fit representatives of the "boys" wl.q fought. Tom's war record is good enough, but that U. S. Ma...

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

®ht 5 ilg ftawi. is, of |R\ Ide 1st- llts Id - |o- h£. rest roil is I in Is of It of lacc lom- JWIkj nent pnts' l'e« Kvith Di- Ints' llilcd IMiik | very :nts peans finch I. Ga. re the Ityled ■great In a. Il out— lcliid- 1(1 last 1 One- no |>rd to only |o., I'a. 00. ess. 3ns in ANO ftates* JFoun isiiier. •il, i*4ll" 1 I I i !1 dknison, SUNDAY MOllNING. FOit mi: yoi \r; folks. " WASHINGTON ANI> I." A little street-Arab was Jolinny MoGoe, ltugged, and friendless, and homeless was he. But Johnny, though ragged, was clever and bright, And he knew the difference between wrong and right. Now It happened one inorulng that Johnny felt gay, And ready tor all kinds of mischief and play i Ills little strong arms went tossing up stones, Regardless of danger to heads and to bones. Hut alas for poor Johnny I vfor what do you think I It happened that one stone, as quick as a wink, Went whack 'gainst the window of Squire B 's house, And poor frightened Johnny wished ho wore a mouse, To be able...

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

m HOME INTERESTS. Our American Climate. SCIENCE AND HEALTH. ®ht gailg g|to 8. d k n 1 8 o n . SUNDAY MOKNINGK GENERAL BREVITIES. Investigation some days since by the village authorities and Sohool Di- rectors revealed the fact that some 30 of the school bovs of Marengo, Iowa, from 12 years old and upward, have been in the habit of oarrying loaded re- volvers and bringing them to school. Thkuk is an alleged Russian Countess going about among wealthy people ped- aling laces which she affirms were never duplicated, and can not be imitated. Somebody offered her $2 for four yards the other day, and she closed the sale with tears—real St. Petersbug dew drops —trickling down her face. When a train stopped at Ottumwa, Iowa, the other nignt, a man entered, deposited an infant in a seat and left. After the train had started the baby was discovered and the conductor stopped the train, sending a brakeman back with the deserted waif, which he deliv- ered to t ho city authorities. The people of N...

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

CARE OP THE HEALTH. 1ft Laughter as a Mki>icink.—There is not the remotest cornor or little inlet of the minute blood vessels of the human body that does not feel some wavelet from the convulsion occasioned by good hearty laughter. The life prinoiple, or the central man, is shaken to the inner- most depths, sending new tides of life and strength to the surface, thus ma- terially tending to insure good health to the persons who indulge therein. Tho blood moves more rapidly, and conveys a different impression to all the organs of tho body, as it visits them on that particular mystic journey when the man is laughing, from what it does at other times. For this reason every good, hearty laugh in which a person indulges lengthens his life, conveying, as it does, new and distinct stimulus to the vital forces. Doubtless the time will come when physicians, conceding more importance than they now do to the influence of the mind upon the vital forces of the body, will make up their prescrip...

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

Buyurd Taylor. (UlKi> i>KUKHJIKK 1878.) can not ilie! finite In tat' more comprehensible than the Unite I" riieso words occur in a letter of Hay- aril Taylor's to me, written not many weeks before his death. They have suggested the following sonnet: " Ofc have I fronted might— To we Immortal, this dim Finite seems Mice some waste low-land, crossed by wandering streams Whose clouded waves scarce catch out yearning sight; Clearer by far, tlio imperial In Unite!— Though its ethereal radiance only gleams In exaltations of majestic dreams, Such dreams portray God's heaven of heavens aright I" should sink;— Not vain our loftiest Instinct's upward stress- No i" hath tlio immortal Hope shone clear and bold, To quench at death, his torch in Nothing- ness ! —Paul Hamilton Ilayne, in March Scribner. You may be euro hi at 1 accepted the in- vitation, and was there promptly at the hour. The widow was more oharm'vg More than once I have met death, but t^Hn on tb0 previous evehing. I longed ...

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

Royal Champagne, a.r.collins&co„ (EXTRA DRY.) II GENERAL 1 % ' I t ty a n\ Nimn * car. I, AA N Nil r> AA 11 <3 T "2 s | I, A A N N ND J> A A <1 T "88.,, L AAA N KND D AAA d fid T K fi i,i.i.i.a an nnudd a a «<sa T ha H 3iiM| -Ulv/ ui'j& ."A :Jf. otli 46 AND 15R0KERS IN ii fjij i «{ Jjiii, r) rjij.C City Real Estate, - •>< i •«! L-Jll'J .£• id , PENISON, TEXAS. ,M D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. , f. i t*rrtr THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATtVE SBARKLING WINK. '• :• ;>'.J t< 'I '1 ■ I>UIJI i. Hj.'fcHt , SOLD BY . J. B. McDOUGALL, • ••' DENISON, TEXAS. ttiStr* ' "l ■ SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LO- CATION OF COLONIES. . 1 L vim Saloons. >ALACE BEER HALL, LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. Land Certificates i i.r<,) ' k: t. *i Bought, sold, or located on choice i' I Farming or Grazing Lands. CITY PROPERTY. 500 choice rtsidenc'e lots in different 'fisrtsofthe city for sale by monthly in- ClIOICI? WHISKY, NO. 1 CIGARS, ! s.tallments. . „...

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

>-xv i'hc Daily 3Tc\us. DENIMON. K.rOLK BUH.HANS, City Editor, Quite a number of our citizens will attend the opera house at Sher- on the 5th and 6h to sec John C. — ! McCu)lou h, the greatest ai-tor on R( s. rved seats The Chinese Bill Grayson County Medical Sooioty. Towa Talk. The Mongolcse are a peculiar peo- ! At the regular meeting bf the pie, and it is believed that the action GVayson County Med'cal Society, Metoorologioal Bummai'y Month of February : V •y lOl ' 11# t ,1879. 1 / N DKNlSON. SUNDAY .....MARCH j, 1879. Denison Fire Department of the Caliiornians in trying to put a stop to immigration will raise the j price of tea. Go to Porter's before An immense stock of new style wali the rise and lay in a supply. He the American stage, are $1.25 The board ot representatives of tlie Denison Fire Department will hold their first regular monthly meeting to-morrow (Monday,) March 3rd, at half-past seven o'clock in the evening, at the Mayor's office. Each member of the board is ...

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

I ' ■ 4 <ig -r. 1I VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, March 4, 1879. No. g. 11 FROM TEXAS TO 8T. LOUIS. There is ..only one railway from Texas that runs its cut's into the ureat Union Railroad Depot,: St. Louitf, find it is the M.,K. &T. . TheM.,K. T- cars fun directly into the St. Louiq Union Depot, where clone connection i made with all lines to the EastwtthOut the expert'sfe, delay and an- novance of trannlers inet witli by other routes. In^addition to this connection in the St. Louis Union Depot, the route by Denison and Sedalia ii the 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 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, and enjoy the ad- vantages of c...

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

- m 3£hc Jlaily 3pws. DENISON. TUESDAY MARCH 4, 1S79 1880. Although the election is more than a year and a half off, the question of the next Preside icy is already beginning to seriously engross public attention. In- deed, so far as the Republicans are con- cerned, Hayes had scarcely time to wr.nn his usurped seat ere their leaders began to cast about for his successor, and the Grant movement hasjbeen kept booming ever since by every art and device known to political partisanship. The Demo- crats have not been so hasty in fixing upon a leader for the next great national conflict. It is unquestionably true that the p rty ww greatly stunned, and in tome degree, demoralized by the unto- ward turn of events in 1876. It had with singular unanimity nominated Mr. Til den, in recognition of his commanding reputation as an efficient party organiz- er, a sagacious, far-seeing Statesman and a pure and upright man. Nor d'.d the event discredit the wisdom of tf>e choice. The campaign was a p...

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

rrra"" r-.-."." .4. 0. in *o e&l IKD ier. tf Royal Champagne, a.r.collins &co„ (EXTRA DRY.) GENERAL D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, 8T.U0UI8. THIS WINJS CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE bBARKLING WINE. 1 SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. n.SiP Saloons. J3ALACE BEER HALL. LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. 1 CHOICE WHISKY, NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on draft. South side of Main street, DENISON, TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hall has 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 nice'.j furnished. ^JRAND 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. "FURNISHED ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-iStf B ANK EXCHANGE. J. B. MeDOUGALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL O THER SALOONS...

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

;."V....... ifiSMMM&uu SkflA:. tAULim,: ssonRsz %ht gailg Sews. DENISON. TUESDAY MARCH 4, 1S79 It. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. Eight car-loads of cattle were ship- ped to St. Louis Sunday. All leading proprietary Cuiteau Si Waldroo's. medicinei at Stf The family of O. moved to Sherman. D. Kone have Mr. R. N. Brown moved his pawnbroker shop into the Nelson House building Monday*. 1 —- A well selected stock of Carpets for snle at F. Ledrick's Furniture Store. 3 3t (.The Cahill Sulky Plow Company, of St. Louis, hare broken up their Sherman establishment and removed it to Parsons, Kansas. Twelve wagons, belonging to that company, passed through the city Monday, en route foi their new headquarters. Oat meal, Grits, at Cracked wheat, Hominy, Gaisman's. A hop will take place this evening at the Planters House on Gandy street. It will be a pleasant affair.. All dress goods Store. at cost at the Star Our saloon keepers do not take kindly to the bell punch law, which will go into cffect Ju...

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

/ N i it it s 'K (1 It- U ill ed se ve he ell ng ure ce. tat at ice ue ir's nn, f d. tf 'SI £Pw, ' , j Amis. — Vol, Vlf. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, March 5, 1879. No. 10. Si 3 ! '—-the GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE ■ PASSING THKOUGH Mr! The '•naturally beautiful and most fovor- ed region of our country." ,i Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO THE EASTANDSOUTHEAST H. TONR. J. T. MUNSON. 'jpONE k MUNSON, Dealer* In REAL ESTATE, —and— COLLECTION AGENTS. Abstracts of Titles furnished for the City of Denison and Grayson county. CORRECTNESS GUARANTEED. AFTER JUNE 1st ROUND TRIP TICKETS at reduced rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND VVA TERING PLACES OF EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, on ail night trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through to destination. PASSENGERS FOR WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. —AS WELT. AS FOR— CHATTA...

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

itin, . J 3£he JDaily JUxus. DBNISOPf. wednesday march 1. >st9 Charles H. Leonard, Independent, was elected Mayor of Galveston, over W. M. Stafford, regular Dem- ocrat, by a small majority. Prof. A. E. Carpenter, the well known lecturer on Mesmerism, was prevented from giving a Sunday lect ure by the Mayor ot Richmond, In- diana. The bill to provide tor surveying 3,000,000 acres of land, to provide for building a new State House has been signed by the Governor, and is a law. This land will be placed on the market at an early day. The growth of Bodie, Col., is wonderful. Six months ago there were between 500 and 600 buildings, with a population of 1,400. Now there are between 3,000 and 4,000 buildings, and a population of 7,000. There is one street over a mile long, lined on either side with business houses. SPECIAL LOCALS. UltEAT EXCITEMENT. The Massachusetts legislature is wrestling with the subject of church lotteries, and has been petitioned for a law providing that no church ...

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

h Royal Champagne. a.r.collins&co., (EXTRA DHY.) i9 GENERAL L A Nff N DDI) 1. AA N N N H /) L AANNNI) J) I, AAA N NN1) D LLLLA AN NN 1)DD A <:(W. AA (1 O A A (1 AAA (! GO A A (UHI TO" T •« D. NICHOLSON, AGENT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON WITH ANY BRAND OF NATIVE SBARKLING WINE. ' SOLD BY J. B. McDOUGALL, DENISON, TEXAS. 11,811* Saloons. J3ALACE 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 Palace Beer Hall has 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 nicely furnished. g RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main st. and Austin av. This is one of the o!dcst 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 had on rea...

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

igSSHtUSn i±i ..jMaiW i|K I c t ntOWiiltti'i l # V T^tJaily ftnus. f aHPi'NM DIlNlWON. K.'k'OLiK III'KHANS,City Kditor. Miss Sallie Wilson, of Preston Bend, was in the city yesterday. J. M. Lea has just ;eceiyed a large lot of msttrestcs, nnd he also invites the at- tention of our citizens to his immense stock of furniture. Call at the Kansas City Store. 28 2 Rev. Mr. Koue will continue to occupy the Presbyterian pulpit until further notice. To the Ladies. Anticipating a heavy spring trade, we are prepairing to make room, nnd will tier special bargains in all departments or 20 days only, at the Star Store. <jtf Rev. John Locke Martin informs our reporter that he will engage in the practice of law. Mr. E. Lingo is at Stringtown, I. T., contracting for a large amount of lumber. Some very fine specimens of buff Cochin China chickens passed through the city yesterdav, consign- ed to a gentleman in Dallas. A fresh supply of vegetablee received every day at Gnisman & Co.'s. 3 S tf ...

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

— T I I r VOL. VII. L® Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, March 6, 1879. No. it. nallroad, A——THE; ' ' GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE PASSING THROUGH The ••naturally beautiful and most lovor- ed region of our country." Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO TlIE- ,, EASTAND SOUTHEAST AFTER JUNE 1st .in ROUND T1UP TICKETS - '■ * 1 1 ■> 1 • t \ : at reduped rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA- TERING PLACES OF EAST l'ENNESSKE AND 'ij VIRGINIA. Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, orr ail iiight trains.' < Sleeping Car. .Fare Reduced. Baggagechefekedthrough to destination. J I 1 " 1.' 1 - 1 '■ - il. TONtt. r-'T. MUNSOV. 1 ' ...* • "jpONE Si MUNSON, Dealer* in I I'M' SKI REAL ESTATE, —and— COLLECTION AGENTS. DENISON, -THE— Abstracts of Titles furnished for the City of Denison and Grayson county. CORRECTNESS GUARANTEED. •' ■ • r<« Office, 215 Mainstreet, up stairs. MX DENISON, TEXAS. EONA...

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

3£hc flailxj JVtws. DKNIHON. THURSDAY MARCH 6, 1879 The lob* ot' tl\e IJritisli ill the fight with the Zulus is put down at 1500 men, including the native contingent. Lord Chelmsfoid is still acting strictly on the defensive, awaiting the arrival of reinforce- ments. A Mr. Wilson Swain, of VVoath- erford, has purchased of a Chicka- saw Indian Chief, (?) a rccipe for preparing a cure for cancers, which, it is said, has never tailed. The Times publishes certifica'es of remarkable cures effected through the agency of this preparation. Secretary Sherman, in answer to an inquiry from the chairman of the committee on ways and means, states that the amount of gold in tlte treas- ury on the 15th instant was $133,- 377,271 ; of silver, $35,565,438; to tal, $468,742,909, of which -imount $136467,264 was available for re- sumption. When the foreman of the jury in the Grissom murder case at Houston gave the verdict ol ninety-nine years in the penitentiary, Grissom jumped to his feet and in an e...

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

I ?ni 11 Hill Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins&co., Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American eJition of this periodical I* now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And ha* a lir«er circulation in England than any other American miignsine. Ev ery number contains about on«* hundred and fifty past's, and from llt'tv to seventy- five original >vo©dr.<ut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S." setiivl novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o'; Lowrie'#," The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor ot American birth. « FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by J|. 1L Boyesen, author of "Gunnar," "The Man w*>o Lost his Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This story will exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou- ...

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

The Baihj lUxos. OKMiaiOIV. 11.1'ULIi UU KHANS, City Kdltor. Mr. Elias Linx ariived in the city yesterday from Paris. We under- stand that Elias and Simon, biothers of our Joe, will leave for Whites- boro in « few days to engage in the W. P. Stone, county assessor, left jewelry business, for the west yesterday. Lamps and lamp chimneys at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf R. C. Deckqr, ex mayor of Waco, is in the citv. Rooching, cuffs and collar* gain at the Star Store. at a bar gtf Mrs. J. H. Slater is in the city a guest of Mrs. J. G. Fish. Fish and oysters can lie procured ev- ery Monday and Friday during Lent at Gaisman & Co.'s at reduced prices. 3 5 Mr. M. Welsh has purchased a half interest in the undertaking es- tablishment of J. M. Mills. All leading proprietary medicines at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf Fine pei'tupies at Guiteau At \yaldrop's. 8tf The Q'nai IJerith give a grand ball at the Sherman Opera House on Monday the loth inst. The orches- tra of the Society Vorwiorts, ...

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