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

' >.Uti|l 'U-1 T _ .r.M i.1 ' .«■ ir 'vim Vol. VII. ffctos. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, April 2, 1879. No. 35. 3HE POPULAR bnu H9MmlbIlft I>rfit .wubloiC if .luA* f)rij 1o /u< Oil ! iiii Inn; Oljnthi* . ? ,':Oii to -inn 1o tuI r. ii ..tiHir-.rtlb -H'lWT Jiid f i*il j IS 1 JW fill .IV Ofcqpppypsfi lawj^K^-Tnagnj^ rr ^ .: :r; 5. I 1 { iii 3TU0H JlftM MH3HTU08 TA3HB iiu jujiut . ,:n i.' I JUST OPENED" •<" 1 te4j t;),0 tO BO«f* M ! t'.r* •>fU V. ititoinO f 5M1J TSHTHOHC ! C LARGEST i I WR.?J*u }ia.T' ! A. >,r;*>i -it t.-ut o -vjon r « ' ^ A *""• ) J*' / ' < i *' V i '« ' /r M k v • <' AND Best Assorted -STOCK OF .Adiirt & . J?'AT'PUO fiwy 1 i A 100 PIECE8 OF Fancy Dress Goods • !i < 1 * tJi ' 1 AT- • Jf) .tr sti) 1 o a-j >:• jmb i'iidiW*y/ i M.I ,P >• Ho J/iru !ii" '' irn'itUji) Vivo -jii ••if: U .!S0T« ■ * 10 CENTS, .«mbco1 gnuaY 10* 9fUJr*p«l" <!rffrroM A '•on sdnaaduB itinUulll -. ill la iyi ««« jhh' ,t >. i ^8?8i .•(!<>•>...

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

I I I I I I I I if:! J 1 I 1 r I ' The Jpailvj $c\u$. -— DENIWfPm WEDNESDAY ffil1 ^2 —- . J# Doniaon & 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 ii o'clock a in Return- j inn. feave Whitesboro at i "o'clock p. in. 1 and arrivu in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. j Freight for Whitesbofo and ,nll western pointj will.be'received it the M. K. & T. freight, deirttf. R.S, Sterns, General ^Iininger". 11. D.'MriUctef General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, >879. The condition of Princess Cliris- t tjna, second daughter of the duke of Montspens'er, continues very teii- CjU8. The news that an insurrectionary plot had been discovered inSantiego de Cuba, is positively contradicted. Tlie Star-Vindicator has, it ap- pears, stirred i|p a Jiomet's nest in Blanco county by speaking of the members of the Christian church as Campbellites. Mr. Campbell was an intelligent ...

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

I'lgm II HILLJL1..1.A.' jiif* i Scribner's Monthly a.r.collins &c0. Concluded by J. Q. Holland, The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine In . the World. The American eJi{ion of this periodical ; j •, "• '• Is ttosV MOKE'hiAN tfo.OQO MONTHLY, GENERAL A NUN DUD A A NN p U * * N N (I) AAA N ,\ud has a larger circulation in England flian any other A,rcieripau magazine. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred : rl and fifty pages, and from fifty to sevefity- five original wood-cut illustr"atlons.J "HAWORTH'S," a serial novel, by , ; Mr*. Frances Hodgson Burnett, authorof "That Laes o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in [jH ; Lancashire; the Hero is a young inventor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by 11. II. Bpyesen, author of "Gunnar." ."The Man who Lost his Name," &c. I In this romance, the author graphically describes tne peculiarities of Norse immigrant life , to in a Western settlement. ,1;, A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cuble, to be ...

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

IMMMMMRM - [J. The jQnily |^«v>s. dKson^ WEDNESDAY APR,IL a, 1879 H. POLK UURHANS, City Editor. announcements. <r> For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Thos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughters a« u candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce O. E. O'Maley, :i« a candidate for re- election to the oftice nf City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Mrs. Horace Tong, nee Molliel Roger*, living in Kansas City, rc- ! cently presented her liege lord with a fine bouncing bov. John Sctillin, after reading the \ Nicws yesterday morning, was heard to remark that be did not go much on petrilied women, that he wanted a live one every time. Denison Fire Department. The News acknowledges receipt of invitations to attend the "banquet of ^)ie State Medical Association, which takes place at the Bi...

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

■m;ui >/.j -JH£ ' I V $$ , I rt 'Sh/^ A VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, April 3, 1879. THE POPULAR FROM WASHINGTON. The Legislative Appropriation lliil in tlili House. Star Stor HAS uv >« '<**>• -1 . b:.' "■' -Ji'-UW'tt • .v •*.> -i5snvy^t just opened ,.I /Titi; I wm- 1 «W«.u ■ :?THT C'T--'-• TaAiHTtiogamigA THE LARGEST ■r'.'Cfl Ul Jl i '3 £ ^inl , ■ , I •' I tjIX I -and j'-auOK&TVAt.'j t: tjw &L% 'Sj. •; Best Assorted -stock op s TO AHHIVE :, Oi 100 PIECES OF Fancy Dress Goods -AT— J 10 CENTS, Iff AT THIS POPULAR AW |i fi'OC'- - STAB. STORE. Eloquent Reply by Chalmers to the Resolution. Washington, April 1.—Mr. At- kins, of Tennessee, reported I lie let;* ishition appropriation bill. It ap- propriates between $15,000,000 and $16,000,000. Under the bead oi judicial, it contains a provision re- pealing the last clause of section 800 of the revised statutes, which applies to the state of Pennsylvania, and sections 801, 830 and 821 of the icvised stat...

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

1'he Baittj Jlciws. DBNISON. THURSDAY APRIL 3, 1879. A bill has been introduced into the Virginia general assembly which makes it a felony for any person to use a cowhide or horsewhip for the purpose oi assaulting or degrading another, and makes the offense pun- ishable by imprisonment in the pen itentiary rot exceeding five years and not less than two years. The New Yoik Sim has a long account ol how an Iowa chemist, Dr. Ferris, has discovered the art ol taking a lot of baser metals, melting them in a crucible, and producing, as a result of the amalgamation, pure silver, that lis pronounced absolutely pure by gome of the best assayers in the union. In the year 1870 the Viceroy ot Egypt began the collection of a roy- al library, to be established at Cairo. The work has been prosecuted with vigor since that time, and now there are some 24,000 volumes brought together. This collection eveh now is almost unique, and contains much which it would be impossible to du- plicate. An importan...

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

V1. I OIIN M ALONE Y, Boots Shoes NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins & co„ Odndilcted by J. G. Holland. Th«t Haridsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American edition of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, Anil has n laPgtT circulation in England than any other American magafcitte. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "IIA WORTH'S." a setlal noVel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burtlett, antllorof '•That Lata o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a youhg inventor ol American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by II. II. GoyeBen, 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 exhib...

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

BiiiVin'iYi m -jas- | The Ihily Hews. UKJNl|>ON thursday april 3. 1879. E rOLK lIlJRiiANS, City Editor. Denison & Paoiflo Railway. Until further notice a tritin will leave the \1. K..& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) lit 9 o'clock a. in., ai'riving-in WhittwdKiiivnt 11 .o'clock a m Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for Whites-b.^ro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stuvkns, General Manager. ii. 1) Mjrjck, General Frt. and "Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March u, '879. ANNOUNCEMENTS. < For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Thos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. W'E are authorized to announce J. K. 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. WE are authoiized to announce W. S. Lowe ...

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

\:XX..w.v 7,~ i KSSfS3r«Ki_' •■•■ aw"" It'tiv* vv.--.,-. Vol. VII. DeNISON, i'EXAS, Fill DAY MORNING, APRIL d, l8fy. No. 37- THE POPULAR WASHINGTON v.jt jljl nf • fd|| - w '^r — A. JI. Norton Confirmed to be tT; (S. Marslial for (lie Northern District of Texas. Star Store Democratic Members Already Placed by the Speaker. House Committees to be Announc- ed Next Week. Nuggets of National News. 1 f„ ' — Connecticut, yv'as, tli.it, ny I lie subject yvM a^i- iinjiH 1 tiuitf ^ha^cUrr, it wdi.ld be troiOfcioilfe ty> cut tlit de- bate short .or to cojupt 1 niuinbeis to j att*'u<l night kcsmoiis. * Amotion by Mr. fctephens of; Georgia, that a Vote he taken at two o'cIock Saturday, wjis .vol^'l down Filially, on niut'on ofXlr, I) j.nne •nr. SIXTEENTH JLEUISLATURE. Special to the Dallas Commercial. , II Xrs¥l<ci April 3. ,1 Secretai'v Chalmers has resigned, and Mr. Whitehead, of Austin, wa* ' qlected to fill the vacancv. jt A bill providing lor the sa'e of jty. all general debate was ...

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

... ■ i " A. . Hnu 1 The jDaily items. DKNIM FKIDAY ■ The cotton cfo^Ot' kSJto'in f x]S*c t- to fall 3SO,ooa baW slioft of last vein's ciop. "Tug ~Tf>r ALS. UREA'f JiXjblTKJlUNT. ILITY! P "Vital Isfakn' f*«i We ren#t* n tion* or excess depresmon : h weak Tin.MWHl jT.v or courage ; al oNirrwork, indescre- or tome drain upon the system, is always cured by Humphrey's Homoeopathic iipeciflc-No. :8. It tones IttCuWradaMiver the tew Mialug i'amp ut Leadville. ment Being Greater Than arly Days of California, or Later of Pike's Peak. In ovcrfxH last week, (HI is ship Pinafore is steer- Tcx.i's. I"i Mi funfiy ntWte lief OlfVreiit siil'kf. ■ >N«r4 \Vftstn St. by special in- vitutipo addiwod th«t merchants and business men at the exchange. t^now.for flie Chicago Olntef- Ocean: Which is most pciferable, the overthrow of 187.2 by fire, or tl)e j overthrow of 1S7S by Democracy ? up and invigorate* the s^jftetn, dispeljthr gloom and de«pon4e)s^, imparls streritfth i ln±'Al?h^\UT.lh-f tu.\n r...

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

""aii HI, "ihin r i " WP*W" --* - • ■ ■ «?B "'r" 4* ♦ •[ . t 1 9*!*r —-, '< "V «-..m ,JL.. ,, . . fn.i t. • 1 X| •' ",* .zvnJi /; I j i;0£ *rf'±' .■ <>j ... —— Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins&co„ NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. Boot* and Shoe*. Oonduotod by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American e.lltion of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, K.nd ha< a Hrger circulation in England than any qthpr American magazine. Sv try number contain* about onr hundred and fifty pa^rs, and from fifty to seventy-" live original wood-cut illustrations. "IIAWORTH'S." a seiiM novel, by, Mrs. France* Hodgson Burnett, atitborof ■•That Lai* o' LoWrie'B." The scene of Mr*. BurneUi'p new novel is laid in Lancashire) the hero is si your g inventor 01 American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by 11. II. Boresen, author of "f!Unnar." "Tlie Man w''o Lost hi* Name," Sic. In this romance, the author graphically describes tne peculiarities of Norse immigran...

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

Ml. ) 'i'i i I ll « IllilHHH i •sasr The Tl lillt ltcUJ5 ,Yrhe trapeie performance on Main] /Wednesday night, a woman about j .. - — street jesterday attracted h .largs , thirty \eais ot ugc, with her clotlres ; * l>*MW*liCm. 1 number of* people. The wrfoim- liin rags, ami her hair disheveled, was Counoil Meeting April 3d. Patrick Henry's Caso. Railroad Jottings. KRIOAY. Quorum piesent; absent Messrs. .. , . , , , . Ilppper and FbBd* Hi'* ,M,*t _ la'. L- ; ej-s are first-clasf,. in (act better thjUV. "'"-''i' !UUU «d.jteMi£U;W#. 81'^'t; , Accounts of city officials' salary who huvuHsited o^city. It turned <ati t*w*t she w|is the inmate , ^ Marc|i—$i6S-T-were allowed, y lXmison A) Paotflo Railway. ,uny wholu.vc,vivtt.. ,.v. t , .iJtASP"— *kX-4wa-iilLfc-iUJ.jj . . igja (,| one of the numerous houses of | 'T^ 0«Miison ' Ulcrary Society prostitutio T which abound on that rheets this evei^ng at the .esidence Until further notice n train will leave j'bf Mr. Herman K«ehrt, on Guiuiy ...

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

Zl'Im "■ TT ' "ZZL- mu-1 . h i -ii*>' < y j ''?|y|w!wptf^ ,j. ,/' ;• ■.<•■.■ •J ■ ; ' I T! -A AC /<)(■> Y.Oj* VII. 'isyste so urw aoi 11V JO xsaa 3hi . i<ioani«o(t i ei putt 's.TUoi OAB-jCinOM-J tiUi[i .umu ' • Utfll A|IUJJS UI uojcj t> ULi JI 'Hllll (III - lidos u> pun 'Apoq.C.i.iAii ks.iiio It Mlioq 91JI Hi)Ail I fluinuinnad '.iiniwn o<n jo 500.1 A.i.ia oi(j II) SOllH )J Mills « no«H|AV IU.I«| ,[ •iJ-llllJOl JO 1.10 'KOIPJIUO tio n 'i)K.ioq o|((im|u.\ i In paAv« u,));o kui( itiauiiun JJiiujkiih | UBOIION JO 0|HOq HI03 0AU-A^TI9A\1 v 9J« (1.1 « \ uj°lw 1>H« [q«|S' "II jo l|ll llllll j >f. m|| l| ■ ,v oj I tiitnilia ui|io S.t A |>na ?I|S4|n ai|) tiodu uiJKt 'llAJt II<M '««uS vipl 1 "riMi nin 'Xoawj <u|AU(fg -I>"IA1 'ujoji AlO (f O} 1 [ I 'nnag 'in.lo,« 'io-jt joo j > Kt I -'Id JO«H 'M40B II3UMII 'jjimilll j I i jrns fXitaiAts ' «iibjcIk j "UMOUJI IIOOq.lOAO I BBIt ItWTI !J3 rqn8 O.ttl KOIJ.VJI1I3 snnitfl I leiii qaiHAi 01 nmo|)joo\( |n...

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

, j.,.- —n-. Kfc* Btlji A ntm*w #3eet*e«8HWTi stt«*K DENISON. SATURDAY ERVOC&DEBILIT YI The Negro Speaking of tliF* poI^TcTii capital that demagogues are attempting to make of the emigration ot the nc- j£fu|es ffo^the South, a cotempora- iy ttuft: '4t w liftte e*trm*rdmnry I that the invinigmtian oi one ot1 two lltmisiuid c$lo|j«l:per|i«i9 into Kansas sljotild Coiistjiutc the warp iwid woof ofscMYnich pnltflcjnl capital, when i the immigration of 100,000 white persons into the same Btate scarcely attracts attention. Why should the 1 colored man's movements be held so significant, and the white man's to be so meaningless? It is said the colored man cannot be satisfied in t ic South when he makes such an effort to ge t to Kansas. This is true; but can the white man be satisfied in Pennsylvania and Ohio when he makes such an effort to get to Kan- sas? If that condition must be a hard one which drives two thousand poor Africans from the Southern States to a new State in the West, wh...

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

Ml :>r m mat a Mg M| '*■ - A.R.COLLINS & CO., Conducted by Ji G. Hollttnd The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine In the World. GENERAL A NX Nni)i> A ri(i(l 'mT'"tSS I, A *1 Nnui) I. A* Nil Nil P r, a a if n n r> 11 AA N N N l> r> AA n G T MORE THAN 10,000 MONTHLY, And hit* a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. F.v ery number contains about one hundred hrid fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- live origin-.il wood-cut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S." a sciiivl novel, by Mrs. Prances Hodgson Burnett, autliorof '•That Lass o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor of American birth, FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. 11. Bo yesen, author of "Gunnar," "The Man wbo Lost his Name." &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes tlje peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in n Westein settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Faleo...

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

.. 'JEta Bailq DteNlio^f. SATURDAY, APRIL 5 1879. -jn last week.'* Kflshin® «jy!|!4&~" St .,t.A"C IXTXit . VJi-B' ■*. : . y.,.j . rOLK Bl! RHANS, City Edltoh luit do wis o « to ?' 1 AAf. J Gi i" #li received 1* pres- apsodize* an unmarried ev^tygel- 1 £i|t yesterday several boxes of deli ist. Many of us owe her forty cents ciona strawberries from IMmisoti & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays in- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m.. arriving In Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. m. and arrive in Dr.aison at 3, o'clock p. m. Freight for WHitesbnro and all western points will be received at the M. K & T. freight depot. R S. Stkvkns, General Manner. H. D. Mikjck, Generat Fa. and Pas. Agt. Uknison, Texas, March 12, 'S79. ANNOUNCEMENTS. * For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Thos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorised to announce J...

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

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

'i'hc 33;\ihj Bans. 1>1I21N I (SOTM. SUNDAY APRIL 6, tS7<\ The East Li'ic rond from Jefler- son, will have their track completed to Sulphur Springs some time this week. An English commission has been sent to Upper Egypt to investigate the repoitof several thousand deaths from starvation. Samuel Chaw ley, charged with the murder of Thomas A. llanks and Harry Miller, as accessory, at Texarkana, have been committed to jail to await the examination of the grand jury. The United States court has grant- ed a restraining order against inter- ference by the State or city authori- ties with the affairs of the Louisiana Lottery company apd there will be no interruption in the business. The benefit for the Wiatle Barry- more company, given by the citizens of Texarkana, Friday night, netted $150, and the company leaves the Slate satisfied that there is no sympa- thy for such men as Currie. Prof. F. E. Riley, of the Entomol- ogist Depaitment of Agriculture has resigned. He was unwilling to...

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

it iitc iiiiiin vifu-.o DKNISON . SUNDAY MORNING. AN EAST INDIA. STORY. A Murultiff Call from u Panther. •'I suppose you're wondering why 1 keep that ugly old fchest," said Mrs. R , "and 1 must own that it's not very ornamental; but it saved my life once, lor all that. I see you think I'm mak- ing fun of you, but I'm not, indeed; and when you hear the story, I think you'll agree with mo that I have good reason to value it, ugly as it looks. " This was how it liappencd. When we first came out to India, my husband was sent to make the survey of the Ner- budda Valley, one of the wildest bits in all Central India; and we really were, just at first, the only white people with- in 40 or 50 miles. And such a time as we had of it I If my husband hadn't been as strong as he is, and a perfect miracle of patience as well, I don't know how he could have stood what ho had to do. It was dreadful work for him, being up sometimes for a whole night together, or having to stand out in the burning sun...

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

I'lio Rush HEALTH SCIENCE ANH Surroundings. Szegedita flattji fltm. Paul Bflrt narrated a singular stratagem which was invented by Bernard during 1> *C N I H O N . SUNDAY MORNING. GENERAL BREVITIES. Bishop Gilmour of Cleveland has issued a pastoral forbidding young Catholics to marry outside of their re- ligious faith. The Kentucky Supreme Court has de- cided that the statute against gaming, which enables a person losing at a faro table to recover his losses from the pro- prietor, will not work the other way, and allow the proprietor to reoover losses from fortunate players. Washington's pew in Christ Church, Alexandria, retains its original shape. This church was finished in 1778, and was then formally delivered to the ves- try, and 10 pews were ottered for sale. Washington purchased No. 6 for £30 10s., the highest price paid In 1695, in the towship of Eastham, Mass., a regulation was made that every unmarried man should kill six black- birds and three crows a year as long as he...

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