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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 March 1879

*yv ■ ' ' f - en i6o n Vol. VII. ... •• I -L. SalrtfiflS. T— —- Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, March 28, 1879. _« _ 1.11. ''. , 1 1 No. 31 J}ALiACE BEER HALL. LOUIS LlBBIE, ?rop'r. CHOICE WHISKY. NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALE AND BEER Constantly on drift. .South side of Main street, tM ; i'.r ■ i ■ W 'V' •' DENISOW, • TEXAS. The Palace Beer Hall hat 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. QRAND SOUTHERN SALOON, J. RAYNAL it CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Math st. ahd Austin av. This is one of the oldest and most pop- utafr saloons in the City, ahd still pre- serves its popularity for keepihg pure wines and liquots, and the best cigars. FURNISHED ROOMS Can also be had oh reasonable term*. THE POPULAR .5.1" Star Store 8-18 tf JgANK EXCHANGE. J. B. MoDOUGALL, Prop'r. EXCELS ALL OTHER SALOONS In the city. The choicest liquors and all the stand nrd brands of imported and dome...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 March 1879

2£hc JUiilij i\cuis. DENISON, FRIDAY MARCH 28, 1879. The project for a Tex.ts co-opera- tive steamship company has been killed fyy action of the legislature. The President has appointed An- drew D. White, of New Voi'lc, a? successor to Bayard Taylor, as min- ister to Berlin. 'j1 It i< autUoritively s-1atc11 that no change is contemplated in the own- ership or policy of the World news- P:lPcr. Dating a heavy thunder storm oil the morning of the 26th, the Roman Catholic .convent at Cai,ro, Illinois, was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. No one was injured. Judge Money, the nominee of the Seguin convention (greenback), is a pronounced republican and a prom- nent politician in the days of radical rule in Texas. ... I SPECIAL LOCALS. The governor has sent the nomi- nation of W. W. Lang, grand mas- ter of grangers, to the senate as as- sistant stipe: inteuclent of the peniten- tiary. The Springfield Republican says the only papers at the south that re- publican sheets take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 March 1879

■ I ■ Scribner's Monthiy a.r.collins & co„ Oon.du.ctod by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of thin periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, \n«l hfl« a larger circulation in England than any other American mago;*ine< Ev ery number. contains about one hundred fifty pages; and from fifty to.tseveiUy' five original wood-cut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S," a serial. novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, anthorof "That 'Lass !o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mr*, (Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; tile hero Is a young Inventor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. H. Boyesen, author of "Gtinnar,"1 "The Man" w*>6 Lost his Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes tne peCuliaritles of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Gable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This story will exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou- isiana a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 28 March 1879

She Daily flews. DENISON, friday march 28,1879 R. POLK BURHAN8, 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 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. Stevens, General Manager. H. D. MlRlCK, Generat Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879. | \ Prairie chickens are reported plentiful on the prairies west ot town. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Railroad Jottings. Guiteau & Waldron have a well select- ed stock ot pocket knives and razors. 8tf Ed. Allen is the proprietor of the the Lone Star Saloon, at Leadville, Col. Mr. Venable has oleanders, roses, be- gonias, geraniums, coleui, Fuchsias and lots of other fine plant* at the Rusk Av- enue Hotel. 28 It is reported that Mr. Alec. Lo- ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 March 1879

J) us let- |tly its lllie >ng; md its. jnly [eiv. J last Is. ktf of the the them |k are es- cond and my lie of 33«f ' i ftJf £ Vol. VII. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, March 2q, 1879. No. 32. Saloons. .. . - iLu • •«... ,alace beer hall. . tsSjl LOUIS LIBBIE, Prop'r. CHOICE WHISKY. NO. i CIGARS, ST. LOUIS ALB AND BEER 1 '*' Constantly oh draft- South tide of Main street, BENISOtfJ hi " {. 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 nicel* furnished. ^RAND SOUTHERN SALOON, . J. RAYNAL & CO., Prop'rs. Cor. Main St. and Austin ay. This is one of the p'.dest and most pop- ular saloons in the city, and still pre- serves its popularity lor keeping pure wines and liquors, and the best cigars. 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. The choicest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 March 1879

JLMtc flatly JXcxus. DENIHON, SATURDAY MARCH 1S79. of the Count fose Vulc- of tlic French Senate in Florence# is announced. The death fey, member Gen. Shefidan, vvlu) lias just .re- turned from the plains, regards the fears of a general IniU.m outbreak at most Wholly without foundation. A cable dispatc.il says great an\- itty is felt regarding the health of Princess Ciiristinla, daughter of the , Duke of Monpensier. Andrew Johnson, Jr.. son ot the late President Johnson, died near Union Depot, T^enn., a few drtys agot and was bulled' beside his father in Greenville. SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER CURBS. HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Been in general use tor twenty years. Everywhere proved the most safe, simple, economical and efficient _ n)edicin<ti known. They are just what the peopte want, snvTiig time, money, Sickness and suffering. Every single specific the well tried prescription of an eminent physician. For sale by druggists generally. 1 Humphreys' Specific Manual or>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 March 1879

'tjx ' ■ ■ ■ - Scribner's Monthly a.r.collins & co„ it. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bouts and Shot j on; MAL Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical is now MOftE TIIAN 70,000 MONTHLY, Anil has a larger circ ulation in England than any other Atrfcricart magazine. liv cry number contains about on? hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut Illustrations. "WAWOKTH'S." a tteiial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass 6' LoWrie'^f" The Scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a. young inventor ol American birth. • FALCONBERG, a serial hovel, by If.' H. Boycsen, author of "Gunnar," Man w'^o Lost his Name,'' &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes tiH? peculiarities of Norse immigrant li/p in a Western settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conci- sion of "Falconberg." This story will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 29 March 1879

'S)\c Daily DENISON. SATURDAY MARCH 29, 1879. R. POLK BURHANsVctty Editor. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K. Hi T. depot daily (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. m. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stkvkns, General Manager. II. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. DenisOn, Texas, March 12, 1879. Thomas Downey, arrested Thurs- day by deputy sheriff Spence on the 1 charge of cairying deadly weapons, was tried by a jury in Justice Rid- dle's court Friday morning and tound guilty. llis fine was assessed at twenty-five dollars and costs. Toilet articles atGuiteau & Waldron's. 8tf ANNOUNCEMENTS ■ Ik For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Twos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

\ ^ I ® ' - -W — IT f \ VOL. VII, w i « J J t 9 i • tL jp i deniscws, jl eixas, sunday morning, marcii3o, 187q. No. 33. iao'(l «ni fen* Tiu'ifw 1 i 11 fl 0 ri ] ^nihus a Hi J1 snlqr toil hat fix iXMOMK —auT 3 TUG fil J IAN! W13HTU08 T* HOJWtHT O.KIPf (' 00*01 ) ort' I'rtn Im")Uo«o<[ v | i m 11T is si'' " 71J(iijixi ir/o to itolttai I 'J JUST OPENED. I avox TaaTHone —:u;t or— T2A3HTU02QWATi2 THE LARGEST CTfliru'r 'J hit oH'iiia oil) olai/m no 6<J !!:« *9i«i L'-wbai -AV CI/./. Kif/.tii'ti Cl'f i'/.M'- (. xv,Ati "to fc-rj/.j-i nziM.n UMA <^<<31 —AiSQw-jrr: n:. -n '.(Jibitto .'/Li Ir.njslH fiaOOWftTTAHO Of 3J' .3:DVIMLU T'J OUT1W Best Assorted j: ki- uL-JL-W«jtJh President Diaz Will Not Visit the Kio Grande- AFFAIRS At AUSTIN. Senate ilesolution to Adjourn on J *',e Church Friday kye DIME ENTEKTAINMENT w Mexican International Exposition I; Notes. ,1 i! iiSJZi'ifii <p ■" ,;■! >iu STOCK OF > . A. - $< Nfcw Ohlra.vs, March 28.—The "City of Mexico," from Vera Cruz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

, •! n The Dailt) IXeros. DENISON, SUNDAY MARCH jp, i3 ' a=s.-=s-r.- " 1 —- Mob Law. In Colombo Over (he New Mining C*mp <it Leadville. We do not have the most sublime ami unbounded taith in the good citizenship ot any newspaper editor w ho counsels lynching or mob law as punishment for tirvy offense what- soevlrl' We nevot saw ot hoard of a mdri unprovoked murder tldip that committed hy Currie, at Mar- shall, recently, if the newspaper re- ports are true, the which we doult have told all. But allowing it as true in every detail, does it justify mob law? Can a law abiding citi- zen coolly and deliberately counsel such a proceeding? Ilave we no law to reach such men as Curria and Rothschild, who come within our border to do such damnable deeds as bring down upon vis the unlimited and biased censure of northern and eastern journals? Can we not, if the present laws are insufficient, enact others rigorous enough to reach every grade of criminals, and pun- ish them, too, sufficiently ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

I rr "" •' mite il.tiltr ilfll'S. CD r> ENXSON. SUNDAY MORNING. FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. J spoiling a bomb8hmx. When Tom Black was in his four- teenth year, he was at school in a small village in the south of England, and was as happy a boy as any fellow ought to expect to bo; and yet on his birthday, when he was really fourteen, he ran away to sea. No one could possibly imagine why he did this, and, indeed, Tom himself could give no good reason for his con- duct. He had a half holiday on his birthday, and he went down to the seaport town of M——, a short trip up from the school, to spend a few hours and to see the ships. There he fell in with a recruit- ing ollicer, who wanted some boys for a man-of-war, in the harbor, and Tom was so much pleased with the stories he told of life at sea, that he went iBto a stationer's store, bought some paper and wrote two notes, one to his family at home and the other to the master of the school, informing them that he had a most admirable opportuni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

flaili] IVcu* in this artificial death,have been kept iu the freezing chamber from one to five weeks, anu it is found that though the I shock to the system from this freezing is very great, it is not increased by du- > ration of time. Messrs. Grant and Ko- tura then determined upon tho erection i of the works just finished at Middle Har- i bor, an enterprising capitalist finding the necessary funds. On Saturday last I was invited to go down to see what had been effected. Arrived at the works in Middle Harbor, rom Hatnurst (N. s. w.) uouner, Jan. w.j £ w&8 lakoQ inl() lhe buil(ling Lhal con. We gladly give pubhoity^ to a dUeov-1 tains Mr. Grant's apparatus for generat- ing cold. Attached to this is tho freez- ing chamber, a small, dark room about 8 feet by 10 feet. Here were fourteen sheep, four lambs, and three pigs stack- ed on their sides in a heap, alive, which Mr. Grant told me had been in their dkn180n . SUNDAY MORNING. SUSPENDING ANIMATION. Wonderful Tales an Antipodean...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

or ith lr. i>r, le |led Bty ant sed A MAI) ELEPHANT. Hnvim Hen Crushed to Death by u Pon- derous llrute—A NIkHI in liludoostau. [From tlio New York Sun.] •• I hate au elephant," energetically exclaimed Major Springle, an old Indi- an traveler. "I think they are not at all the good-natured, harmless beasts that showmen and grandmothers' story books are so fond of representing them to be. I quite agree with Charles Reade when he says, in his 'Jack of All Trades,' that they are murderous, treacherous brutes, full of vice and oun- ning. ** I know very little about the African elephant, but one of the failings of the Asiatic kind is that in very hot weather, and under a severe physical strain, he is very likely to go mad—and I can tell you, a mad elephant is a creature that the most curious student of the animal's habits had better contemplate from a distance. " Much of my Indian life was passed in the station of Jubbulpore. The en- terprising people there resolved to have an exhibiti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

Never Again. " Never again," vow hearts when reunited, " Never again shall Love be cast aside; Forever now the shadow hiiH departed; Nor hitter sorrow, veiled In scornful pride, Shall feltfu indifference or affect disdain- Never, O Love, again, never again I" " Never again 1" so sobs In broken aooents, A soul laid prostrate ut a holy shrine— " Once more, once more forgive, O Lord, and pardon, My way ward life shall bend to love divine; And never more shall sin Its whiteness* stain- Never, O Hod, again, never again I" " Never again 1" so speaketli one forsaken, In the blank desolate pension of despair— ••Never again shall the bright dream 1 oher ished Delude my heart, for bitter truth is there; The angel Hope shall still thy cruel pain. Never again, my heart, never again l" peaks the sudden silence, hearth gathers oach well "Never again!" so When ro ml the knowt. ace, But one is missing, and 110 future presence, However dear, can fill that vacant place; Forever shall that burning tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

< Scribner's Monthly Conducted by J. Q. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. • The American edition of this periodical ia now MORETHAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev ery number contain* about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- flve original wood-cut illustration*. "HAWORTH'S." a serial novel, by Mrs, France* Hodgson Burnett, authorof "•That Lacs o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mr*. Burnett's new novel ia laid In Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by II. H. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man who Lost hi* Name." &c. In t|ii romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. . J 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- isiana about the years 1803-4-5, the time ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 30 March 1879

SUNDAY MARCH 30, 1879. R POLK III'ItH ANN, City Editor. Saloons Denison & Paciflo Railway. $kc Daily Sews. DENISON. j 3ays. id horse has been irs street for the lying on past two Until further notice a train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m.. arriving in Whitest>9rq,4t J1 o'clock a m. •Return- ing. tfcave Whfttesboro at 1 o'clock p. m. and arrive in Dwiisou. t 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for WhUet.boro and all western points will js>e received at the M. K. ii f« freight df p«t." K. S. fernvRNs, General Manager. tf. D. Mirick, Generat Fft; and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1S79. Mr. Einil Jacobs had the pleasure of congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Grundstein, at Boston, last Tuesday. The young man of the Herald in- tended to go to Whitesboro yester- day, byt had a Prior engagement at train time. 1 7 The surveyors of the Denison and Pacific will leave for Whiteshoro ^Monday, to run a preliminary line west. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ► For Asse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 April 1879

-rnr" mamm* . ^ . " .. n \ :| If 1WI II ■ I I I I <• . VoL/j< " .. ... fl t.. Uill If Deniso r;j ti* r(u mm riij, t - / aw . r. itiT pnti to .nimotilsCHo ■mm rL.TTrr^ >^T/rn THE POPULAR fg3B 4^ « MUlOtlbliA lull! .••"■•{•JtoKI Special to the Galveston News. W18CIIS8I0 .uiilx odllo wioltitfh'Mjml E J®w oqq« orir .rfo bills inthoduced. - exas, Tuesday Morning, April i, 187c; r . - ■■■•■■ ■ - " " I . I . .1111.11 IT .1 I HMMMMMMMMWI • « T&JJTT ' 1 1g/.mt ' t .■ it'ir ■ • i l#r ' in**' i< •: t .j . * . .. .. . *. !ii . 49k .iwtjitt . ....... W ■ - Jl .uhla odl 1o wmltvwTMim) -ift'iqqn tMiIxirll " ril -"iimn-mo -*0 unit oiruftift \o vb*l it ittiifaift ii i -/JAW hid i<nqqii YTfl:Hi Washington. iscussion 011 the Army Hi ..m joni-ned Until Tuesday. In •>V 1)1 "till 91fc IK'jil'Y ~ y 1 - 1«S liitilliiu j'WM^ senate. . li BILLS inth0duce1). , < • By Davenport: Bit to provide '' Special for a settlement of matters in coutro- Washington, March 39.—The v T y between the...

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

GREAT EXCITEMENT. The Daily f£n\rs. deinison. Tuesday aprIl ^8)9 Bell's Life SRys u J^-am of profes- sional ciicketeis, under the leader- ship of Richard Craft, Will come to America in August. Johnny Thompson, of P;iLUj JUL going t open a Vajf(ety tjhOw in LeadvtUc. \Ve suppose, from this, he is going to leave Ilnlllal entirely. tVe congratulate Dallas* Mr. M. A. Rabb, of Corpus Chiis- tie, the Cattle Qtieen of Texas, was married to Rev. C. M. Rogers,- pas- tor of the Solcdad Street Methodist Church, San Antonio, the 25th ult. The Galveston News says the frontier lines of Texas have been ad* vanced a hundred nliles in the past two years and an area of 40,000,000 acres of good land is opened for set- tlement. . The greater portion of the court house at Cincinnati was destroyed by fire 011 the 29th inst. The fire caught from a gas jet in the cupola. Loss is estimated at $60,000 to $75,- 000. Most of the records were saved. SPECIAL LOCALS. NERVOUS DEBILITY! V ital wenikneis or depressi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 April 1879

=—T im s I' i'i't I * Scribner's Monthly a.r.collins&co., NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8l I'-iT" 'i Oonduoted by J. Gh Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine In the World. MMiint j *niTTCI 9.nrsiin«. c OVIJ "I Ii« American r.lition of this periodical it now -1 t .{ -jri> Ul ilitj* I j more than 70,000 monthlv, And ha* 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. ' jj ' ^"HAWORTH'S." a seiial ,novel,' by ' ')■ Mrii France* Hodgson Burnett. author of • fiifoThat Lai* o' Lowrle's." The scene A aa KM I* It A A N It AAA H A 11' _ L i AAA If JfKD I) A " fltl ? U g t.t.l.I, A AN WHfjI'D A A T 8KS #tjv/ nt«rar-no jjhi •* * 'iJ 1(1 i: IKK]It y*ff> ,Jl'I 9tll Id I'jri jaj City Real Estate, i'",bm DfiNISO^1 TliXAS. \ . . . ■ I <M Iniin/i 'i f i I •! of Mr*. Burnett1* new novel i* laid in Lancashire; the hpro i« a young inventor It. BoyesCn, aut...

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

-SChc jpaiUj ftnus. TUESDAY APRIL i, 1879. H 1DLK M RU ANN, City¥ditoi\ POLO PONIES. I Fifty-Six Purohasod la San Anto- nio and Shipped North. Saloon* 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 'Whitexbaro at 11 o'clock a m. Return- ing' leave Whitesboro nt 1 o clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for WMtebboro and all western points will be received at tije M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S, Stkvens, General ^urmger. 11. j). Miricic, G«je|at Frt. P *. Aft. * Denison, Tkxas, March 12, 1S79. ANNOUNCEMENTS • • For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Titos. 1 Ioffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. \\7E are authorized to announce'J. K. VY' Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce O. E. O'Maley, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer...

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