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

= Mi. - Vol. VII fiiftlc Oil Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, March 12, 1879. No. 16. .. J. j.'"1)!* ■ Ji ixjjiyi'u.j.j-j.j.- ! . Banks. AMjM >YKWl ; )!'>U'WI -jillf'T ,\fjtvn MRST NATIONAL' BANK, [ f DENISON, TEXAS. ; ."1.1 f1 hint )'UVhts:U ,s* ■l 1 r. H ■■ ■ ! 1 >i t. . . (.i-i liift Aut1.«rm Special attentloh given td collection! in Missouri( Kansas and Texas. SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On principalities ot the United States i) I f! I ® OFFICERS- kd. terry, w. h. sanfore President.' Vice-Prest. Cashier. V-M ' : — * ,)■:■ ' V directors! John ^cultin, D. W. C. Davis, Edward Perry, E. H. Lingo, J. P. Rockwell, A. H. Coffin, S.^.SUr,,s .. . • H- <fl -in* :•* • n—nn—* } \hu> v/ ■. : ! Raliroaa, grcw wllthern mail route u' passing thkouoh The "naturally beautiful and most tovor* ed region of our country." ''' .. Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO THE EASTANDSOUTHEAST AFTER JUNE 1st ROUND TRIP TICKETS at reduced rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA- T...

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

rt< DENISON. WEDNESDAY MARCH >, 18,-9. Tlie Potter committee report will be the great campaign document in 1880, ami -H winning card. Mr. W. II. JaimS7 foTmorty one of tlie proprietors of tho Sberriran Register, has moved with his family to Dallas, which is to be his home. Col. Olin Wellborn, congressman elect from this district, left for Wash- ington Tuesday night, so as to be present at a meeting of the Democ- racy to be convened before the meet- ing of Congress in extra session. A suit for $5000 damages for false arrest and imprisonment has been begun by Messrs. White and Smart against Sheriff Noble, of Houston. The suit grows out of the recent ar- rest of the parties, a few miles from that city, on the suspicion of having robbed Mr. Zimmerman, of Spring Station, of $120. The U. S. House of Representa- tives numbers 293; of these 146 are counted as regular democrats. This gives the democrats one vote over the opposition in the vote for speak- er. Three, however, are reporte...

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

y Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins&co„ Oonduptod by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical is now MOKE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And h.ii>,a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev ery nu'itlber contains about one hundred and Hit/ pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "IIAWORTH'S," a setlal novel, hy Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, , author of "That L*i.s <>' Lowfle's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel 'is laid In Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor ol American birth. FAL<iONBERG, a serial novel, by II. II. Boyesen, author of ;-'>Gunnar," '^The Man Vios^ hi ; Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement.--. u . •; A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo.'W. Cable, to be begnn'bn the conclu- sion of ♦JFalconberg." j This story will exhibit the state of society in C...

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

£hc Daily ilcius. DEWisON^ WEDNESDAY .MARCH 12, 1879. K. rOLK BURRANS, City Editor* The registry at the Alamo shows over forty arrival*. « ^ All dress goods 00kila.t"i ifttf Star Store. 9'f Visiting qarils of the late appjiig styles just receiyec? at this i ffice. Over two hundred dullars worth of ticket# ure sold daily, at this point to parti&s en-route for Leadville, from the southern portiou of the State. Look Hero I Received at Gaismdn & Cd.'s this day: • t Pickled tongue, " tripe, " pigs feet, Horse radish. 3 9 11 Mr. Yost, tie inspector M., K. T., arrived in the city yesterday. & Mr. Tom Foley has a severe attack of the Colorado fever. Guiteau & Waldron have a well select ed stock ot pocket knives and razors. 8tf Major A. J. Dorn, ex-state treas- urer, was in the city yesterday. Not a single case in the Mayor's court yesterday. —. Considerable complaint is being made against the privy vaults on the burnt district, opposite the News office. We wouid suggest that...

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

I I ❖ - war ci YAfMHVHT VOL. V1L ju„ ■ ' — rtks. H ■ ii' i m. i;s< • Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, Ma^ch r3j 1879. ' -" ft 'lr!U J .. ... *y. w.'f 'tljiftn qiijiit ,tnitj&9fo FIRST NationAii BA^K, : >.i wulllil iiio'u ji ufna .jxn'l it. - "CDENlStiN, TEXAS,!/: JslO iHHt ^;xil91 ,«w>u •1 i is It 1 (ITTTTl ft lif .imii itl Authorized Cnp*taIJ $500,000 00. /iT rjnT;[Ti/ Do& irkgitiman« Banking business. • ifUh: f>H' ' .if J Special attention .given to collections in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. STGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On pHRdtpJil cities ot the United StnUs j. t. munson, rv, 1* ■ H.jpogf. ^ -pavs J Mij^bON, .aA Peniet7r}ii>]>35j(-t rj:; REAL ESTATE, --and— 5 COLLECTION AGENTS. DENISON, :rr?T/.fi7 1 unit ir.t tIJJiburttt Abstracts of Titles ftiritished for the City of Denison and Grayson county CORRECTNESS GUARANTEED. Office. 215 Mainstrcet, up stairs, DENISON, TEXAS. ,.. Sftfc,. > . c.,«;m ' v fM . „ ft OFFICERS- j|«j mictiLLW, «n; pkrry, w. jr. s...

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

The Bailij Hews. dknihon. THURSDAY MARCli l*. 1879' T-]f- MILD POWER A rumor is afloat that the New York World has bpen purchased by George \\T. ChiKU of Philadelphia. It is reported that au admirer ot John McCollough recently dred in California and left him $5,000. It is very pleasant to be admired that way. Hon. Olin Wellborn says the Texas and Pacific railroad bill pend- ing in Congress is a thing of the fu turc. It doesn't require a very wise head to arrive at that conclusion. The Texas ami Pnciiic bill "goes over" to the next Congress, says an exchange. Just so, and thai is about all the "go" the road is enti- tled to credit for, or is likely to ex- hibit. ____________ Some time since suit was institn- ted to perfect the State's title to the large land grant forfeited by the Texas and Pacifid railroad corpora- tion. Isn't it aboUt time ,we heard of the result oi the suit? ' .. ; North Carolina is to try the bell punch system. The Senate adopted a resolution to that effect by a ...

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

V ■ \ Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins&co„ Conducted by J. G. Holland. Magazine in •«<>! i (iUNKKAL The Handsomest Illustrated the World. The American edition of this periodical " is now MORETHAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev ery,number, contain* about pne hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. " ••HAWORTH'S," a seilal novel; hy Mrs. Francos Hodgson Burnett, autliorof •'That Lass o'< Lowrie's." The sbene of Mrsi Burnett's new novel is laid in: Lancashire; the hero is a young investor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by If. H. Boyesen; author of;"Gunnar." '.'The Man who Lost his Name." &c. In this romance, the liuthor graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse- immigrant life J in a Western settlement. . A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be'begun on the conclu-. sion of "Falcpnbe.rg-!* This story will exhibit the state of socie...

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

iMKMHIR p ~TT" i'hc Saily 'ilciu&. DKNIWOM. THURSDAY MARCH 1$, 1879. U. FOLK JBUItHANS, City Editor. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K..& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. tn., arriving in Whitenboro at 11 o'clock a in. Return- ing, leuvc Whiti sboro at 11 o'clock p. 111. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Kieighifor Wiitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stkvilns, General Manager. 11. D Mirick, Generat Frt. and Pas. Agt- DknisON, Texas, March 13, 1879 A shingle factory is contemplated. Gufteau 5l Waldron have a well select- ed stock ol pocket knives and razors. 8tf — —* Fourteen new residences are now in couise of erection in our city. Rooching, cuffs. and collars at a bar gain at the Star Store. 9U' Dog fighting was the order of the dry vesterday. Misses and children's shoes, the largest and best assorted stock at the Star Store. j .o/l'hfs: ,J'/I pi...

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

■'¥ Iftvison Daily VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, March 14, 1879. l Banks. SIRST NATIONAL BANK, DENISON, TEXAS. ■ m W I Authorized Capital $500,000 00. Does a legitimate Banking business. I ' B 1 ■ ! Special attention given to collections in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On principal citics ol the United States OFFICERS • ohnscullin, itd. prrry, w. h. sanfore President. Vice-Prest. Cashier. directors t John Scullin, D. W. C. Davis, Edward Perry, E. H. Lingo, J. P. Rockwell, A. tf. Coffin, Sam'l Star, W. H. Stanford, apr4tl Jexas & St. Louis NEW SHOBT LINE —TO THE — EAST! NORTH VIA VXNITA, INDIAN TERllITOItY, AND ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO R'Y. THROUGH PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN Dallas Tex. & St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. jfggp-Tb rough Tickets on salo at all Principal Ticket Offices in Texas. D. WISIIART, 1 Gen. Pass. Agt. ( Temple C. W. ROGERS, f Building Gen. Supt. J St. Louis HailroadL, THE GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE passing t...

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

■""V" — ^ ^JORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main street and Austin avenue. STOCKMEN. THIS MILD POWER u n E HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS LAKE 4l6, 4l8 & o Main street, Gentle Women DENISON, IEXAS. DENISON, TEXAS. CROCERIES, CHOICE FAMILY Fruit*, Vegetables, etc. The Daily 3\ciu DEM80N. FRIDAY MARCH 14, The number of persons bound for Leadville, Colorado, seems daily in- creasing. It is said that 2300 per- arrived there last week. sous party of 600 left Little Rock recent- ly in a body for the new El Dorado. Prices of food and lodging there are fabulous, and hardly attainable at all. Of course there must be much suffering and want, and in balancing the want and misery with the plenty and magnificence, we have decided to not go until the Moffat bell punch bill takes effect, at least Ths California constitutional con- vention has grasped the Chinese problem with a strong hand, and ut- ters an omphatic protest against the degradation of labor. It has adopt- ed a provision pro...

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

pa- Jtl's 111 v (>ltl nil hi to irts (not A nnd TIN l'nff ladi- |and it the Ithat SO It be parly i of lie or JAL- 5p3. Neb. ^gts., Iiyr. Scribner's Monthly Conducted by J. G. Holland. The H.1 ii'i.sotiioHt Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of. this periodical is now r— A.R.COLLINS Si CO., GENERAL MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And ban a larger circulation in England than any other American magnzine. Ev ery number contains about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- live original wood-cut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S." a K.iinl novel, l.y Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, authorof "That Lam <>' howiic's." Tin- 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 H. H. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar," "The Man who Lost his Name." &c. In tikis romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Westein settlement. A STORY OF NEW OR...

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

mtn** She Jpailij flews. I DENISON. FRIDAY MARCH 14, 1879- K. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. Five years ago, at Rock Bluff fer-1 ry, Achesou leased a farm for $10,- 000, and bored 100 feet for oil. He still has the hole, but the sewing machine oil Lease is now selling di not come from it. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K. & T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m.. arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a. in. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at t o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. P'reight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & I*. height depot. R. S. Stevkns, General Manager. II. D Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1S79. Choice residence lots monthly payments by A. Co., Alamo. foi sale by R. Collins & 3 9 tf \ Information has been received from the Postoffice Department that tht postoffice at the first station on .lie D. & P. road cannot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 March 1879

r >r- be he ir- TT ♦ rniGim n i>I-. . * -1 A, Vol. VII. Denison, Texas* Saturday Morning, March i5, 1879. No. ig. Bank*. JpiRST NATIONAL BANK, DEN1SON, TEXAS. Authorized Capital $500,000 00. Does * legitimate Banking business. Special attention given to collections in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On principal cities ot the UnlUd States OFFICERS- OHN SCUI.LIN, RD. PRRRY, W. H. SANFORE President. Vice-Prest. Cashier. DIRECTORSi John Scullin, D. W. C. Davis, Edward Perry, E. H. Lingo, J. P. Rockwell, A. H. Coffin, Sam'l Star, W. H. Sanford, apr4tl Texas & St. Louis ' iO '#<"•' • .. :n.: •; ' . «• new shoftltne -TO THE — EAST1 NORTH VIA VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, AND ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO R'Y. THROUGH PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN Dallas lex.& St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. {^-Through Tickets on sale at all Principal Ticket Offices in Texas. D. WISHART, 1 Gen. Pass. Agt. ( Temple C. W. ROGERS, f Building Gen. Supt. j St. Louis Railro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 March 1879

SSUtttV*. M: ' 1'Itc Baily plexus. DENISON. SATURDAY MARCH 15, 1879. o A petition has been signed in Paris recommending Col. Bob. Tay- lor, of Fannin, for U. S. Marshal of North Texas. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER TJR.ES. HUMPHREYS' homeopathic specifics. lake & co., STOCKMEN. A Renter dispatch from Bombay states that the cotton crop of Barar and the central provinces is estima- ted at one half less for the present year than that of last. The anti polygamy law is to all appealances a dead letter. It would be a big undertaking to enforce it and the president seems in 110 hurry to take hold of it. The Pall Mall Gazette says the German tariff commission has re- solved to increase the duty on rice and wheat which are now 1 1-2 marks each to 3 marks for rice and 3 for meat. The duty on meat is increased with a view of restricting American imports. The Louisville Courier-Journal re- iterates the old charge that United States marshals, in taking the cen- sus of 1870, made discriminat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 March 1879

1 , s-W I I Scribner's Monthly AiR.COLLINS & C0<j Conducted by J. G-. Holland, The Hundsomost Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine; Ev ©ry iiuml>f>i' contains ab()ut one hundred and fifty pagns, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "1IAW0K'1'H'H," a seflal novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, anthorof "That Lass o'_ Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor ol American birth, FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. H. Boyeseri, author of "Gunnar." ''The Man w* o Lost his Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes tne 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 Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 15 March 1879

5Khc Daily Ueros. DENI80N. SATURDAY MARCH 15, 1879. E. POLK BURHAN8, City Editor. Denison & Pacifl j Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K. & T. depot dnilv (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T- freight depot. R. S. Stkvkns, General Manager. H. D Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Tkxas, March 13, <879. New style hats just opened at the Star Stor . I4tf Hon. J. W. Throckmorton was in Sherman yesterday. Toilet articles at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf The Denison Gun Club meets this evening at Judge Riddle's office. H. L. Clarkson, merchat at San Marcos, is in the city. Fine perfumes at Guiteau Si Waldron's. _ 8tf Ex-Gov. Throckmorton is in Sher- Senator Maxey is at his home in Paris. The Gate City Guards meet this evening at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 March 1879

El tj( rv ' •* ^ir~ — «- -■ *«- ,yr- .my r—- If ) \/ li Vol. VII. /rJ---rJS Saloons. jp/VLA-CK BKICR IIAI-L, LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. ciioicr1 whisky. no-' f cigars, «t. louip ale; anp peer i Con*thn<ly on draft. South side of Main street, j ^ yl Unlit .-Iriji.t denison, . texas. Tlie Palace Beer Hall ban been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive style and furnished with FINE BILLIARD 'CABLES. The Wine Room, whfth has re'cently been fitted up, is nicely furnished. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, March r6, 1879. N< >. 20. DENISON, -THE- fu RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, I.: .bit J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. .T Cor. Main «t. and Austin av. •>; 'in 1 ■ ' ■ij 0 This is one of thr oldest, and most pop- ular saloons in the city, and still pre- serves its, popularityfor, keeping pure wines and liquors, a the best cigars. FURNISHED ROOMS Can alsobehnd on reasonable terms. 8~'8tf ili« •li: RAILROAD GENTER -OP— north texas. TH V (IH0AT WALK. CALLING. A CATHOLIC. Howoll Still in tlie L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 March 1879

3?hc Sails Hews. DENISOJH, SUNDAY MARCH tf, 1879. Pacific Railroad Prospeota. VVe copy elsewhere from the San Antonio Express an article with the above caption. VVe are glad the Sunset Route will have a road to El Paso, and can inform our friends that the road tliat will meet the Southern Pacific at El l'aso from north Texas will not be lorn Scott s Texas and Pacific, but the Denison and Pacific. The success of the Southern Pacinc in pushing their road through the wilderness of the west in comi ig east presents some points that we would like to have explain- ed. In asking congress for a sub- sidy, Scott has always Insisted private capital would not take of the enterprise. Now it is known that it Scott were W that hold well fccm- o SPECIAL LOCALS. the mild power U It js HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. LAKE <fc CO., 416, 418 & 420 Main street, plete the remainder of his road fYom Fort Worth to San Diego that; he would get from the State of Texa® about seventeen millions of ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 March 1879

tl iff The Cunard steamer Algeria sailed for Liverpool yesterday, says the New York Herald, having on board Mr. C. P. Edison, who has taken with him one of the greatest inventions of the age. On learning that the Professor had suc- ceeded ir. perfecting a great improve- ment in the telephone receiver, a Herald reporter went to Menlo Park to learn the nature of the instrument. Prof. Edison received the reporter very cordially, and at once sot about giving him all the details of his wonderful in- vention. lie said he discovered the principle of tbe electro-motograph some five or six years ago, but did not apply it to the telephone roceiver until quite recently. The description of the apparatus is as follows: A diaphragm of mica four inches in diameter is held in a suitable framework. A hand orank is to rotate a small chalk cylinder (previously im- pregnated with the proper chemical so- lution), with a continuous forward mo- tion directly outward from the face of the diaphragm. One end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 16 March 1879

1 Baby Mluc. Tour papa ha none away, Buby mine, baby mine, For how long I oan not say, ISaby initio, baby uilne; He'u bound to ootuu homo nick. With Ills llptt by (ar too thick To say any thing but (hlo), Baby uilne, baby mine. Uu'a a queer compound of clay, liaby mine, baby mine, That dad ot yours, I ay, Haby mine, baby mine. When I auk with tearful eye Where he's been, my heart boats high As he answers, " What d'ye sole?" liaby mine, baby mine. If you ever prove to be, Haby mine, baby mine, So vile a wretch us he, Ilaby mine, baby mine, I'll " ring " you through your nose, Paint you green from head to toes, Then I'll pawn you for old clothes, Baby mine, baby mine. Couie close to me and stay, Ilaby mine, baby mine, Listen what your dad will say, Baby mine, baby mine. He's trying to unlock the door, Now he's through and on the floor; Gracious me, Just hear him snore I Baby mine, baby mine. We can't leave him in that lump, Baby mine, baby mine, Tickle his nose and see him Jump, Baby ...

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