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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 March 1879

I- u r- 18 y, js id ry M I I Vol. VII. V +*£ ll If liilli Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, March 22, 1879. No. 26. Saloons. E BEER HALL. JJALACE LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. ; CHOICE WHISKY, NO. 1 ■ CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALB AND BEER Constantly on draft. (S"01« South side of Main street, IT j- n':i :< t:->•«*' t> T.IIB DENISON, -t . V' :l TEXAS,- The Palace Beer Hull ha* been recently fitted up in n neat and attractive s'yle and furnished with FINE BILLIARD TABLES. Th« Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, Is nicely furnished. ■ Grand southern saloon^ j i H A '■ rj ■: '■ • i - : i fi a 1 J. RAYNAL & co., Prop'rs. )>... T ... !' Cor. Main st. nnd Austin av. ! L V ' II" VJ.'6-i'VJ/i This is one of the oldest and most,pop- ular saloons in the city, and still pte- serve* itfr popularity for keeping* Pur® wines and UquOrsrartid the best cigar#. FURNISHFD ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-t8 tf B : vini 1 '• Ic/i )■ 1 ANK EXCHANGE. J. B. McDOUGAI/L, Prop'r. EXCELS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 March 1879

yite Daily 3flc\us. DEN1SON. SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1879 SPECIAL LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! lake & co., STOCKMEN. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K. & T. depot dnily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a tn. Return- ing. leave Whittsboro at I o'clock p. tn. and arrive in Denison at 1 o'clock p. 111. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K & 1 • freight depot. R. S. Stevens, General Manager. h. d. Mir<ck, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Dknisqn, Texas, March 12, <879. _ Vital weakness or depressibn : a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage ; the result ot mental bver-work, indescre- ' tlwns pr excesses, or tome dnnin Upon the i system, is always cured by Humphrey's The Swiss State Council, by a vote of 27 to 15 lias resolved to re- store capital punishment in Switzer- land. Cities and towns owing big debts can now compromise and scale them, issuing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 March 1879

isarrr V 4 v/ Scribner's Monthly a.r.coluns & co„ Conducted by J. O. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical i is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has n larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev erv number contains about one hundred and fifty />"ages, and'from fifty to sevenly- five original wood-cut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S.' a serial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o'; Cowrie #." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor ot American birthi /j ' ' FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. H. Boyeaen, author of "G.unnar," "The Man w"'o Lost his Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes tilt peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Weston settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Gable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This storv will exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 March 1879

%\tt JQailtj pews. DKNIHON. SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1879. R. I'OLK BURHAN8,City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Tuos. Hokkman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. Tom Crooks is acting Mayor pro tem of Sherman. A witlow lady* named Spring, about forty-five years ot age, living on West Crawford street, died Thurs- day night. The remains will be sent to Richmond, Mo. Mr. Ed Norris leaves to-day for | Chicago, lor the puroosc of purchas- ing a new outfit for his livery stable, I consisting'of four new carriages and a "buss." Mr. Norris will enlarge and make other necessary improve- ments, 011 his return. Our merchants have commenced to receive their spring goods. Judge Riddle spent yesterday in Sherman. A. B. Person has received commission as notary public. his $1 00 buys a pair of line kid slippers at Sherburne's. 2tf Col. R. S. Stevens and II. D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

tknison •Xcttis. 'A-. ■: ). RD er. tiva era, w en. i for s.r.o; iMttfrl bTS Mb ♦ Vol. VII. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, March 23, 1879. No. 27. .. . 1 j.'j 1 .. "ir. r - . . Saloons* jpALACE 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. THE POPULAR qrakd southern saloon, J. RAYNAL Si CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main «t. 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 wTnes and Uquors, and the best cigars. furnished rooms Can also be had on reasonable terms. " 8-18 tf ...'t B ANK EXCHANGE. gwfo J. B. McDOUGALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS In the city. The choicest liquors and all the stand ard brands of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

^Tjc Saily Hcufc. DE1NI80IV. , MARCW ;3, 1379. 5FHTTAE LOCALS. SUNDAY The President lias again lionYinat- Turner for U. S. District Judge for the northern district of Texas. jjervous debilityi stockmen ORNER GROCERY, A The comptroller estimates that the loss to the State last year, 'through the failure to collect the poll tax, amounted to the sum ot $240,000. The United States exported $800,- 000,000 worth of produce last year, but only one-fifth of it was shipped on American vessels. British ship- owners were paid $1,000,000 tor carrying surplus products to market. 1L.I - Kearney the freetrade-grecn-back- communist lecturer is stumping Southern California for the new con- stitution. In his speeches he abuses people without stint. A dispatch from Santa Anna says a man ha vili- fied, after he got through speaking, gave Kearny an unmerciful beating. Several material changes are made in trial by jury by the new constitu- tion of California. In civil cases three-fourths of a jury may fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

m Jlailji fjtcu'5 rnrnm+mmmmmmm UKNIHON. SUNDAY MORNING. 17 I HERE AND THERE. It is estimated that tb.e new Taber- nacle in Salt Lake City will neat 4,000 persons, with standing room for 1,000 more. An industry has opened up in South Florida, that of killing alligators and fixing up their heads as curiosities for Northern tourists to take home with them. A colony of 50 persons from Chip- pewa Falls, Wis., will settle in the Yel- lowstone Valley this spring, and are building a light-draught steamer to car- ry them to Miles City. Seventy now graves have been made in the cemetery at Ableman,Sauk Coun- ty, Wis., si'ice last fall. In that vicinity ■diphtheria has been as fatal as yellow fever at the South. Carbonate of soda wet and applied externally to the bite of a spider, or any venomous oreature, will neutralize the poisonous effect almost instantly. It acts liko a charm in the case of snake bite. Jamks Daly, of Marathon, Mich., told his wife to go out and cut some wood. She refusod....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

Ihe ilailtt Urns. DKNIHON. SUNDAY MORNING. How 1 Furnished My Spare Chamber. When I first wont to housekeeping I had just so much money to spend for furniture; and when the living rooms had been furnished, t had only about $30 for my spare chamber. The cheap- est kind of paiuted sots were $30, and where were my carpet, crockery, cur- tains, and other things coming fromP 1 had plenty of bedding—part of my "set- ting out," but that was all. I thought over the problem until I received a let- ter from Charlie's sister, that she was coming in three weeks to make us a visit. That hurried my ideas. And in a desperate frame of mind I took the cars to the furniture factory, two miles distant. Here I purchased a bedstead, bureau and wash-stand, of unpainted pine. These cost me $12, and 50 cents lor sending homo. I stopped at the paint-store and bought some zinc-paint of a French gray color, and some dam- mar varnish. My first step was to sand-paper the furniture smooth, then I gave a heavy ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

' « •• " •' A TEKHIBLE ENCOUNTER. That of Col. K. A. AUtoii and Mr. E(l. Cox In th« (ii)orKin Kittle Capitol —AUluu Killed and Cox Vfouindrd. [Special to tho St. Louis UupuMican. | Atlanta, Ga., March 11.—At 3 o'clock this evening the city was start- led by the successive reports of pistol- shots in the Treasurer's Ottice at tho Capitol. A policeman breaking in the closed iloor discovered Col. It. A. Alston lying on the floor with the blood pour- ing from a wound in his head, and Mr. Ed. Cox lying near him with a horrible wound in his lace, and others in his body. Treasurer Kenfro and Capt. Nelrus, principal Penitentiary keeper, were leaning over Alston ana helping him to rise. The story of the tragedy that culminated in this scene was as fol- lows : Mr. Ed. Cox, who was the as- sailant, was a partner with Senator Gordon in the convict lease about which so much has been said. When Col. Alston was in Washington, Gordon au- thorized him to sell his interest in the lease, as he wanted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

*.v«. \ • 1 Farting. (1 thou dost bid thy friend (amwell, But (or one night though that farewell tuny bo, l'ress thou Uls liand iu tlilne; How ct.«st tliou tell how fur from thee Kate or caprice may lead his steps, ere that to-morrow comes? Men have been known lightly to turn the cor- ner of a street, And duyn have grown to months, And months to lagging years, ere they have LooV.ed in loving eyes again. Yea, find thou always time to say some earn- est word Between the idle talk, lest with theo hence- forth, Night and day, regret should walk. — The Methodist. Shortcomings. She has laughed as softly as she sighed! She has counted six and ovor Of a purse well filled and heart well triod— O! each a worthy lover! They give her time; for hor soul must slip Where the world has set the grooving. She will lie to none, with hor fair red lips— But love seeks truer loving. She trembles her fan in a sweetness dumb, As hor thoughts were beyond recalling, With ft glance for one, and a glance for s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

■ ■. -v.-vw Scribner's Monthly Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of thin periodical '■ is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY; And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev- ery numher contains about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty tQ seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "II aw6rth's," a seii.il novel, hy Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o'J Lowrie's." The sc^ne 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- II. 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 NEVV 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- isiana about the .years 1803-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 March 1879

I\ The Daily llcuis. DENISON. SUNDAY MARCH 23. 1879. R. VOliK HI It H ANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Colleotor. WE are authorized to announce Titos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE fire authorized to announce O. E. O'Maley, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer. Fourth Sunday in Lent. Four cars of cattle were shipped to Chicago Saturday. Mr. John C. Denny's fine saddle horse died Saturday. Ten Cents Dress Goods. Go^o the Star Store. 23U The Live Drug Store is the cheapest place in town to buy your drugs and pat- ent medicines. 23 it Morning and evening services at St. Luke's Episcopal church.- , * : If you wan": the best five cent cigar in Texas, go to Brown's Bazaar. 23 2t Jime Currie has a brother, who is the present Mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana. Some three or lour hundred curi- ous spectators assemble...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 March 1879

rn 1 11 IH | mi 11—mmwwi r. .■ - gMW—IT. "Tr*- '- a' i m n ■■ liirtiniaiii ■imn m & lit i fie It- |nt y ki- & lu- lus lie ii- & a nil ts. ly iV. fist E. ars wo lias rge the sat- rcl he ird ec- T. try less in* & ght ay# oad l, jr. £?" i :. ■ J . ' _ Vol. VII. Denison, Texas,Tuesday Morning, March 25, 1879. Saloons. pALACE BEJiR HALL. LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WIIISKY. NO. I CIGARS. ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on drnft. Soutli side of Main street, DEtflSON, - - TEXAS. '1 . . • ■ The Palace Beer Hall has been recently fitted up in a neat and attractive style and furnished with TINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nicely furnished. ^RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Frop'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. 8-18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 March 1879

"™l ' • s * . \ $hc gaily Ueiws. DKNISON. TUESDAY MARCH as, 1S79. The Dallas people have tendered the Wurde-Barrymore troupe a ben- efit. Bartholomew O'Donnell, aged eighthy, finished an eighty-mile walk in twenty-six hours in Brook- lyn, Friday evening. The Brenham Banner says a well konwn wag of that town wants to buy too stumptail dogs, but it puz- zles 11s to understand what a -wag could want of dogs without tails. Dr. Haden, health officer of Gal- veston, thinks precaution cannot too soon be undertaken to guard against yellow fever from Rio, a steamship load of it having already arrived at New Orleans quarantine. Capt. Price has contracted with the government for tii-weekly mail service between New Orleans and St. Louis, to be increased to d«tily at some subsequent period. Seven steamers are to be built and placed on the line by September 1. Capt. Joe. Owens, of Galveston, writes to a friend in that city under date, Leadville, March 14, "It has about 15,000 inhabitants and peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 March 1879

Scribner'sMonthly; a.r.coluns&co., I i in- }d ■at It- l.l- 1st le- ■iu to I y la- tes nly pie nil ate irts not A nnd TIN n* adi- and it the hat SO be arly ce ot le or AL- Neb. LgtS., yr. ER. Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine In the World. The American edition of this periodical , , is now .i MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And hati a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine.; Ev ery number contains about one' hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations*:.! "11AW( )RT1 I S," miU| novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, authorof "That Lass o'' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is ayoung inventor of American birth. ifr.v v-snum FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. 11. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man who Lost his Name." &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the [eculiaritles of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 March 1879

The jUaihj ilexus* The city editor of the News re- turns thanks to the Secretary of the 1_>1<1IVI!S 01V, "Few and Far Between" club, for a TUESDAY MARCH 25,1879. complimentary ticket, anil a cordial invitation to the grand hop, to bo K. FOLK BURHAN8,0ny Editor, Denison & Paoiflo Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K.. & T. depot daily (Sundavs ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a m. Return- ing. leave VVhitesboro at I o'clock p. in. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stevens, General Manager. H. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Colleotor. WE are authorized to announce Titos, 1 Ioi i man us a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. .'' .'f "*>' * Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 March 1879

. JH J M I III I SK ■M. lie |nt rs. kr- |u- 2ss lilt I in of )in pcft Ion & !Pm |> ill- ic- it 8. Inly leiv. Jlllst Itf fro tn let- |tf. Itf -tf J ... . warn lUlLv VOL. VII. : rs.: ■ ■■ rrrrr Saloons. -■-j——.—• -^TymT; il H>di m:linu T3ALACE BEER 1IALL. LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WIIISKY. NO. i CIGARS, ST. L<)UJS ALE AND BEER CfmstMitlv on tlt-nft. ' W South side of Main street, M a DENISON, 1TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hall ha. been recently lUted up in a neat and attractive style and furnished with i FINE BILLIARD TABLES. The Wine Room, which has recently been fitted up, is nice!* furnished. GR AND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'r a. Cor. Main st. and Austin av. This isone of the oldest and most pop ular saloons in the city, and still pie- Berve* its popularity for keeping pure wines and liquors, and the best ctgais. FURNISHFD ROOMS Can also be had on reasonable terms. 8-18 tf __ JgANK EXCHANGE. J. B. McDOUGALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS In the city. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 March 1879

The Daily Hews. DENISON. THURSDAY MARCH 27, 1879. The present session of Congress will probably last for two months. The State Legislature is expected to adjourn about the middle of April. ' One day towards the close of last month a remarkable wave of dark ness obscured a part of London, and for twenty "minutes it was as dark as a moonless night The Philadelphia Times remarks that the Northern man who has any pride in his country must notice with regret, if not with indignation, that nearly all the attempts to keep up sectional agitation comes frOm small Norihern rirgnns. ttijnJ The St. Louis Star speaks the truth when it says that "if you scratch a Texas murderer, and you almost invariably find a ruffian imported from Kansas or some other State which howls perennially over the brutality of Southern society." Mr. S. D. Allis, for many years an attache of the New Orleans Pica- yune, and for a time of the Mercury, of Galveston, died one day last week, at Beaumont. During the war with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 March 1879

" ; { ra n. Is. |g- h St. lor- Rcc, >0. ars. iow (rear Jopy .Vl Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins & co„ Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American,edition of this periodical ,i, , UjDPW MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England M^un any other American,magazine. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred and fifty pages, find from fifty to seventy- live original wood-cut illustrations.j "HAWORTH'S," a serial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodyson Burnett, autliorof "That L««s o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young Inventor of American birth. ' 'J FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. H. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man wbo Lost his Name." &c. tin this romance, the author graphically describe? 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 March 1879

The Daily Hews* D10NI80N. THURSDAY MARCH 27, 1879. R. rOLK HURHANS, 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. in., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a. in. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 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. StevbnI, General Manager. H. D. Mirick, General Fit. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879. ANNOUNCEMENTS. e For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Thos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announ^p J. K. Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE ore authorized to announce O. E. O'Maley, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of ...

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