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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 April 1879

AUTOMATIC MACHINERY. An K k1I*1i Victory KuuuIiik Night arid l>ay Without Auy Sui>«rvl iou. We t&ke the following from the Lon- don Warehousemen and Drapers' Trade Journal: " In our issue of the 15th ult. we were enabled to give particulars respecting some newly invented machin- ery now in operation at the Oak Mills, near Low Moor, in the immediate vicin- ity of Bradford. The most important part of the announcement was, that the machinery had been constructed to run all night without attendance or super- vision, and was actually doing so, pro- ducing the whole time, and with unfail- ing regularity, a variety of the articles for which the mills are so well known. The statement was very naturally re- garded by many persons as a hoax. If correct, it would bring about, they said, a complete revolution in the art of man- ufacturing ; but it could not possibly be true, and there was no use in discuss- ing the matter. We are now able to bear personal testimony to the accuracy of ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 April 1879

A Hong of Easter. Slug, children, sing I Ami the lUy oensers awing; Sing that life and Joy are waking and that Death no more la king. Sing the happy, happy tumult ol the slowly brightening Spring; Sing, little children, sing! Slug, uhlWlnm, sing! Winter wild has taken wing. Fill the all' with the swuet tidings till the frosty echoes ring 1 Along the eaves the iolcles no longer glitter- ing cling; And the crocus in the garden lifts In bright face to the sun, And In the meadows softly the brooks begin to run; And the golden catkins swing In the warm airs of the ttpring; Sing, little children, sing! Sing, children, sing I The lilies white you bring In the Joyous Easter morning for hope are blossoming; And as the earth her shroud of snow from off her breast doth fling, So may we cast our fetters off in God's eternal Spring. So may wo And release at last from sorrow and from pain, So may we tlnd our childhood's calm, dellel ous dawn again. Sweet are your eyes, O littlo ones, that look wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 April 1879

Scribner's Monthly Oonduotod by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American eJition or this periodical U now MORE THAN 10,060 MONTHLY, ,\nd has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev •ry number contnins about one hundred nnd fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. •'HAWORTH'S," n sciial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o' Lnwrie's. The scene of Mrs. Burnett's hew novel is laid in Lancashire) this hero is a young invenlor ot American birth. FALCONBERG. a s rial novel, by II. 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 NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This stwry will exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou- isiana about the years 1803-4-5, the time of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 April 1879

, lit'K(j)LAIMZKI). STILL ANOTHER, Churchos. The Daily Items. DENISON. Ml ANNOUNCEMENTS. i s) mptoms of insanity. The wife of Mr. "foe Miller was I Opening of the Boer Season. conveyed to the city jail last evening \\syM ha8 ma"37exteuSive prepa- by officers Wright and ^ r!ltions t0 lurnisll the public during A1 R1L6, l879< Tlle lHllV hi'8 '«cclllly show" Vl0lcnt the coming season wiili ice cold la- ger beer. Yeidel's beer has become proverbial for being cold, sparkling and always fresh, and the coming season will confirm the reputation established. The beer season will open Mon- day morning with one of Yeidel's grand free lunches, and thereafter a grand lunch will be served every morning at 10 o'clock, and every evening at 9 o'clock. Be 011 hand Monday morning at the grand open- ing lunch. For Assessor and Collector. I WE are authorized to announce Thos. ! Hoffman as a candidate for As- ] lessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce..!- K. | Daughters as a candidate Asses...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 April 1879

: * Pi . I. • - I UK %*!&'> VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, TueSday Morning, April 8, 1879. No. 40. trrTT H H P. eh T II II K T 11 H II kk T 11 11 If. T 11 H kkr SSSS K 8 8 TTTT A RRR SRSS T A A K R S T A A HUR R S T AAA R R HSSH T A a R R OOO O O O Q 8 8 8 8 o o OOO RRRR KEEK RRR R R K R R K RRRR KK R R K R R K RRR R R REEK \i BBB KICK A II UTTTT II FTF U U 1 D C Af 11 If I U fiBBB LHV ? H I W LLLL T, II NN N KEK L II NN N E t II g N N KK L II N NN K LLLL II N NN BKK OO FFF OOF O OCT OOF OO F DDDD RRRR EKEK 8SS8 SSSS DDR RR S S 8 D D R R R f> D RRRR KKE D R R B D R R F. R EEF.E SSSS B DDD R 8 SS8S SSSS B 8 S 8 S S SSSS V <5GO OOO OOO DDDD SSSS O G o o o o D D s s O O o o () I) I> B G () o o () 1) J) 8 O o <> o () I> I> SSSS G UU 5 <> 0 o I) J> 9 U U o o O o I) 1> a G W o o 0 o D D S H GGG OOO OOO DDDD SSSS A NN N DDD AA NN N D D A A N N N D D AAA N NN D D A A N NN ODD 8SSS II L E Kk S B II L 1. 8. II K K SSSS 11 1, KK 8 II L K K 8 S II L I \ SSSS I...

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

\ r.:s wrTZM: far 3£he Xfculy ^letvrs. DKxMHON. THIS DAY APRIL 8, 1S7.,. "Little Deimy Disturbed." Under the above heading the Sher- man Register comments 011 our crit- icism of the action of County Asses- sor Stone in appointing H. II. Hall deputy for this city, and takes up the cudgel in defence of Mr. Stone. The Register says it has been relia- bly informed "that Mr. Stone has had considerable trouble with little Denny in her assessment." We should say he had, and is likely to have now, unless the coming assess- ment is an improvement upon the last. Mr. Tone, who has been act ing as deputy collector for Mr. Etter, informs us that last year's State and county assessment of Denison was the most defective ever yet made. He showed us upon the hooks fifty cases of double assessment, and showed 11s one or two cases in which the same lot was assessed and ap- praised on the book four different times. The owner of that house does not object to Mr. Stone getting four commissions for assess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 April 1879

- / — Scribners Monthly Ooncfucted by J. Or. Holland. The Handsomest 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 Ithan any other American magazine. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred and fifty page*, and from fifty to sevenly- fivc original wood-cut illustraTions. "HAWORTH'S." a seiial 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 a young inventor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. H. Uoyesen, author of J'Gunnar." "The Man who Lost his Name," &c. In this rdfannce, 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- isiana about the years 1803-4-5, the ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 April 1879

'i'hc Daily flews. OBI* IWOIN. TUESDAY APRIL 8, 1879 E. rOLK BURHANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collootor. WE are authorized to announce Tlios. Hoffman as a candidal for As- sessor and Collector . ' WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughtkrs as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce O. E. O'Ma ley, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer. WE are authoiized to announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. The trial of J. H. Slater, late pres- ident of the defunct Drovers and Planters bank, was set for trial Mon- day in Sherman. Will Hughes, cashier and several other persons were summoned as witnesses. Yeidel's Ice Cold Lager, Fresh and Sparkling. Free Lunch twice a day. 8tf On Wednesday evening George Woods, our worthy pressman, was united in the bonds of wedlock to Mrs. Rosie Hawkins. The happy cauple have the best wishes ol the News. Denison & Pacific Rail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 April 1879

I h, ...v VOL. VII. Denison, Texas,Wednesday Morning, April g, 1879. No. 41. np'T T T H II 8KB H H R T H H II KB T II H K T H U KKK —r BSSS B 8 8 TTTT A RRR BSSS T AA R R SSSS S T A A HllR S T AAA R R i T A A R R ssss R S B 8 SSSS S 8 H H SSSS -1 T T T T T T T OOO RRRR RRRR O O R R K O O R R K O O R R K O O RRRR RR Q O R R K O O R R 8 O O R R K OOO R R KEBB A AA A A AAA A A BBB KKK A U UTTTT II KFF V U I. OL A | | 1 |f b y JIBB" SRK*W * H i V LI.LL T. II NN N KKK L II N N N R . II N N N KR L 1IN NN K LLLL II N NN BKR OO CFF O OK O OFF O OF OO F / DDDDj RRBR KKKR BSSS SSSS R R R 13 8 s s B I> R R K 8 8 D D RRRR hue SSSS SSSS P P R R R 8 . . 1 DDDD* R R r 8 S 8 S R R KEEK SSSS SSSS UUU OOO OOO n Dr> R83S 0 G O O 0 O D S S W O O Q O D D B O O O O O fi 1> 8 O O O O 0 5 O SSSS O OO 0 O O I) D D 8 0 0 O O O O D n S 0 0 O O O O D U S s OUG OOO OOO dddd SSSS A NN N r n AA NN N D D A A N N B I) D AAA N NN D D A A N NN ddl) SSSS II I, K K 8 8 II L K K 18 II L K K SSSS II t, KK I H II...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 April 1879

rrs She gaily $ws. j ^ABALDI IN home, I Helpless Willi Sickness, He Re- WEDNESDAY APRIL 9, 1879 Denison & Paoiflo Railway. Until further notice a trnin will leave (lie M. K. & T. depot daily (Sunday# ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. in., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a ni. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for WMtehboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R- S. Stevens, General Manager. II. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879. Spontaneous Generation and "Germa." At a recent lecture at the Royal Institute, London, Professoi Tyndall gave some interesting results of his experiments. The basis of these is that, in the course of searching for means ot obtaining air free from floating motes, he found that if air is allowed to 1 email) in a closed air- tight vessel covered inside with glycerine, in the course of three or four days it deposits a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 April 1879

1 Is. ft. It. 0. frs. Off sar |>py :on- :red 1 HO, FOR P0TTS\ ILLE! TIIF. FIRST STATION ON THE ison k Real Estate. An Unsurpassed Location for a Commer- cial Town, surrounded by one of the best ai;ricultural sections in the State. Well settled by pros- perous Fanners and vVi Stock Kaisers. Special Inducements to Parties to Settle! greatcattle shipping point! Tills thriving new town, located ten mi'es west of Deinsan, on the I). & P. R. K., by its natural location, will comwand the tHde f*>m a 'arge scope of country. At this point centers a number of the Hialt\ lines of thoroughfare from Western and Northern Tevas and the Indian Ter- ritory. Several of the principal ferries on Red River lie just north and west of this place, and the roads from each passes here. It lies right eoroutt bt the immense Immigrant travel from the Nottli and East, and this will be the first town they strike alter traversing the long route across the Ii dian Territory. This point is the center of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 April 1879

wyayjr:'.' — I u L«.l $lu Jkuhj Bcms. i>i<:rs issoin. WEDNESDAY APRIL 9, 1879. R. POLK BURHANS,City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Tuos. IIokkman 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 nre 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 City Tieasurer. ... 11 A ~ The Society Vorwterts orchestra, consisting of eight pieces, under the leadership of Prof. Werner, will fur- pish the music this evening at the magnificent reception to be given to Max Grundstein and bride. Q M. Goldsoll & Co. received one largest stocks of solid and silver ware ever exhibit d in Texas. of the plated 6, Jt No cases in the justice's court yes- tirday. Ed. Morris is in Sioux City visit- ing his father. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 April 1879

I — UM *•> T 1 Vtjjj. VII. =n= mi Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, April io, 1879. . ... 1 ■ ■ , ■ 1 1 1 . • . No. * | p <■! —*> Ti 8"i 8 I HA f i. 88 t •* a. 8 b jtttt ,ij ^ t h h hkb t h ii k 8088 t hhh kb ► £ ; t h h Ikh ksss ■' j, ' • > 1 * " *k '* j ' <; -ifi'KMfl IbifcttflY 1 / \ vfw j .t : •. 1] . w „ I \ \ ■ (r) Kl il !■ n piSSg ssss 8bi5s IT OOO #8 o o o o 8 8 'ooo> ,RR EEER n rrrr JKd SEEK a aa a a aaa a a x nr* aaA S 5rvT pFr8 Hp m! #:i ItJM $£ 13BB 8Kea a UU T ii F UU LLLL i, ii nn n kkk t 'flpflk' i, if n nn k llll iiu nn huk , iw; NEW FEDERAL DI&TRIUT. X w ■ ■TjLiui «4A Prospect of Judge McCormick's Confirmation. Special to the Galveston News. Washington, April 7.—It is churned here that the president, by naming a non-resident of the district for jtidge of the new federal district of North Texas, violated the spirit of the law, which makes it an impeach- able offense fcfr a judpe to reside out- side bf his district. It is not proba- ble that this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 April 1879

^ORNER GROCERY, W. H. PIER, Prop'r, Main stieet and Austin avenue. Negroes Murdered. FOR KENT OH SALE SPECIAL LOCALS. The Convent Projoorty Cor. Hous- ton Ave. and Gandy St. DENISON, texas. 3*he Jlailvj fjjews, DENISON* THURSDAY APRIL IO, 1879. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave lite Mi K. & T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) hi 9 o'clock, a. in., arriving in Whitesboro nt xi o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at t o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for W'lttesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. StevkNs, General Manager. H. D. Miiuck, Generat Frt. and Pas. Agt. DknisQ.n, Texas, March 12, 1S79. The Election in Dallas. They had an excitcing election in Dallas Tuesday. The contest was wagetl principally over the Mayoralty, the candidates being the present incumbent, General Cabell, who has had the office two terms, Mr. Holland, member of the Coun- cil, and J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 April 1879

mimmam V kr h HO, FOR POTTSVILIE! THE FIRST STATION ON THE Bemson & Pacific Railroafl An Unsurpassed Location for a Commer- ■cial Town, surrounded by one of the beit agricultural sections in the State. Well tettled by pros- ,<|j i. perouK Fanners and Stock- Raisers. Speoial Inducements to Parties to Settle! GREAT CATTLE SHIPPING POINT! ( This thriving new town, located ten mi'es west of Deinsan. on the D. & P. R. by its natural location, will coinwand the trade from a'arge scope of country. At this point centers a number of the irinin l ines of thoroughfare from Western artd'I^'orthern Tevas and the Indian Ter- ritorySeveral of the principal ferries on Red River lie just north and west of this [ilSjcc'e, .and the roads from each passes h,erc. It lies right enroutevof the immense '— — 'Want, travel trom the North and Real Estate. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Roots and Shoes. — - — East, and. tins will be the lirst town they rike ,alter , traversing the long route hcrp8s tl^e vtli^n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 10 April 1879

• . ;• r.' i. 1 . ' —— J 3fbt Jtoilg 3@tjews. DEN1SON. THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1879. E.rOLK BlIRHANS,City Editor. Rev. John Locke Martin wants to j return to Denison. Gus Arey left last night for Lead- ville, Col. Have you got a tape worm, is the question now asked. Latest stjlcs of Gents' Hats at Bennett & Co.'s 9 4t — — "Patsey Mcjackson"—J. W. Pe- cor—who has been confined to his room several days Irom sickness, was out yesterday for the first time. ) Base Ball I We understand that Col. Hiddle- , son will leave for San Antonio some time in May, for the purpose ot en- gaging in sheep raising, having pur- ! chased a ranch of several thousand acrcs. Is Jim Anderson engaged upon the local columns of the Ilerald, orhas the facetious editor of that flatulent sheet too much time on his hands? His remarkable" effort of yesterday oc- casioned some anxiety as to his men tal equilibrium. Mr. T. L. Reber has left Dead- wood, D. T.) and gone to Tucson, Arizona, where he will engage in the soda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 April 1879

■A* atsc: ;\ctt)£u VOL. VII. Denison, Texas,Friday Morning, April it, 1879. No. 43. ' lfT7 tft It'll tv- J he 131 13" Ince ry; fiug trise for ire. teon, llect- 8tf Ik of I, the |o the Ithem Is are U e - fccond Is and lin m lite of 33tf Sii latest ; ire. I , lisses' at the d at R. 3"' good* I ! ' 1 rmT T 7 B H K T ft H H F. I'.KK KB HUE II H KICK KSRS^ B TTTT A ssss y A A R T A H ST AAA SSSS T A g 4 A mitT H R A R R« fWSS TTTTT OOO RRRR EKKK S S T OORRK O () 8 K-l **% -I a t H 8 T 8SSS T R IS R K U R OR - - O O KRRR KB OORRK O O R K E O R K K R R KEKK O _ OOO rruj- A AA A A AAA A A . — A A U SB B AAA U .. BB KEKA A UU T, II NN N KKK L II NN N F. t II N N N RR t II N NN K LLI.I. II N NN EKB OO FFT O OF O OFF O OF OO F PDDD nRBR EEEB SSSS SSSS ) PR RE 8 SB B > I) R R R 8 B D RRRR EEB 8SSS SSSS p D R R K 8 S > DR RE 8 8 S R JDDD R R EKICK 8KSS SSSS UUU OOO OOO 0 u 0 0 0 8 8 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 O GO Q 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 ti U O 0 0 0 <;uu OOO OOO PDDD D D D D P 1> SSSS 8 S ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 April 1879

m wm - - j. $he ;®aiUj JBUxus. DKN1SON. FRIDAY APRIL ii, 1879- ' Domsou Hi Paoifte Railway. Until further notice a triiin will leave the M. K. & T. depot daily. (Sundays ex- j cepted) ,at g o'clock, a m.. arriving in 1 Whiie^boro ht ii </elock a in. Return- ing, leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. ill. and arrive in Denisoti at ,1 o'clock p. in. Freight for WMtehboro and all western points will be received 111 the M. K. U T- freight depot. R. s. Stevens, General Manager. II. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 13, 1S79. Wanted.—500 new subscribers for the Ledger.—Mexia Ledger. This is modest. Ia North Texas the newspaper men want all the sub- scribers they can get.* Reports are published from all over the manufacturing districts 0 f the Ohio valley, showing a general revival of the iron industries, which have so long been depressed. The Henrietta journal denies the report publised by the Denison Herald that cattle were dying in that vicinity with a very f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 April 1879

iiluMmi Hill I ■ • " . , > SHEa* NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Boots and Shoes. -•"ivrrtTT-*- A. URLIG, Real Estate. Livary Stable* HO, FOR POTTSMLLEI THE FIRST STATION ON THE Mm & Pad Eailroafl An Unsurpassed Locution for a Commer- cial Town, surrounded by one of the best agricultural,flections in the State. Wall settled by pros- perous Farmers and Stock Kaisers. Speoial Inducements to Parties to Settle! GREAT CATTLE SHIPPING POINT! Jk ' ' TliU thriving new town, located ten mi'es wetit of l)ein on. on the 1). &P. R. K., by its natural location, will comwand the trade from a 'urge scope of country. At this point centers a number of the Iniiin lines of thoroughfare from Western and Northern Tevas and the Indian Ter- ritory. Several of the principal ferries on l<ed River lie just north and west of this place, and We roads from each passes here. It lies right en route of the immense Immigrant travel from the North and East, and this will be the first town they strike alter traversi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 April 1879

m w %ht Dailvi 3tc\u$. DffimeoN. FRIDAY APRIL u, 1879. R. POLK BUltllANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE Rre authorized to announce Tuos. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. K. Dauohtkrs 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 authorized to announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Mr. E. Forest Pecor, who acted ur's floor manager at the Qrundstein i reception, i« deserving of special mention for the able manner in which he pet formed his duties at the enteitainmcnt. lie made it a spec- ial point to introduce strangers to the ladies present, something very rarely seen at the dances heretofore given in this city. All leading proprietary Guiteau & Waldron's. medicines at 8tf Dot's Bock at Yeid :1V. Circus Coming. Cole's circus is worki...

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