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

11 ii wwU'fin ^ "ixmmwiH j. naL rwirr JLIL.J. ■■nip—" uhh'ihhm b jpaili) ftfctos. VOL. VII. > t Denison, I exab, Saturday Morning, April 12, 1879. rrn t Iv Kit IUI KRR IIU .fauhrtTJ iiiJ'iU KKKE U. 8 CONGRESS. I QH QMZiJ McCormick Conllrmod—The Sen- ate Takes Up the Army Rill— The Honse Progtmsing Moderately on the Executive Bill. a . aa a a AAA s a a I- hub 1KB1 U aa a a aaa kka JJ iorrthrw 18 u ? jir a uu t . ii jp. j w \ 8'fc uu . llll r, II NN N REE L ' II N N N It C nSisp L , II N N N E LULL II N NN BBK 11; 00 O OF 8 8^ 00 V dddl) I 1 i> b dddd Ml All v.' Mf • RRRR keek R R E H KB RRRR ERR R R K R R R K R El'.eu ssss s s s ssss 8 8 S ssss ssss 8 8 8 ssss s 8 8 ssss UUU OOO OOO DDDD 0 0 0 8 0 0 I> l> 8 S u 0 0 Q I> l S (j 0 0 8 0 0. 8 5 D D I> D 8 . SSSS 8 H 0 0 O 6 D 8 0 0 0 O D 1) 8 0 0 0 0 D D 8 8 liliO OOO OOO DDDD SSSS a inn n )>] aa INN n i) a a In n n d aaa "n nn d aaa a a k uid n i) NN ddd ssss ii ii 8 8 ii l i 11 h ssss 11 h I a n l 11 1. ssss ii ll...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 12 April 1879

r*t'"> - 3p%e JBailii IJcws. DENISON. SATURDAY APRIL 12, 1879. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice h train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundavs ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m., arriving in Wliitesboro at 11 o'clock a in. Return- leave Whitasboro at 1 o'clock p. m. arrive In Denl On at 3 o'clock p. m ' *• and Freight for Whitesboro and all western >ints will be received at the M. K. & I • K- S. Stevens, General . Mi rick, General Frt. poi freight depot. Manager. H. D and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879 The first strawberries from Texas this season appeared in the St. Lou- is market on the 3d of April and were shipped on the 1st. 1 hey were grown by Mr. J* W". Ozment, of Palestine. Upson and Money met at Gonzales on tne 7th. A dispatch says Upson skfnned M;uiey alive, and was subse- quently serenadedoy the strifig' band of the town. Silver in the shape ot carbonate in large quantities has been found about 25 miles southwest ot Santa Fe, N...

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

mmmmn- ■ HPH* saw -■ " v " V r /<< « *.Y4.>«,; . _■. .t1.' |.T-...!-. ■■ • •' «>MNWI< " ^ HO, FOR P0TTS\ ILLE! THE FIRST STATION ON THE LjjgiSP Real Estate. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Boot* and Shoes. LiVery Stables M Denison & Pacific Eailnfl An Unsurpassed LciCation for n Commer- cial Town, surrounded bv on? of the best agricultural sections in the State. Well settled by pros- perous Fanners and Stock Raisers. A. R.COLLINS & CO., General LAND AGENT. AND HHOKKItS IN Special Inducements to Parties to Settle! City Real Estate, /^Benson's Capcine 1Porous Plaster There U no doubt about thfl great sn ||>eriorit y of this article over common po- Jrous plasters and other external rente- Idies, such ns liniments, electrical ap Ipliances, etc. A«k physicians in your liwn 'dcafityahout It. It is wonderful. ■Sold by all druggiita; 1'rici' 25 cenls. 3.12,1m GREAT CATTLE SHIPPING POINT! This thriving new town, located ten' mi'es went of I)eins3n. on the 1). & 4* R. R., by...

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

3Thc Buihj Hems. TffEWiisOTV' SATURDAY.....-....'.APRIL 12, 1879. sr . ; . -r—— 1 POiK BURIUNS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Tnos. Huffman a 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 authorised to announce O. E. O'Miiley, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce VV. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. A grand free lunch place this morning at 8 the Grand southern. will tal o'clock Misses' Fails. 5000 folding fane at 5 cents each at the Star Store. Elder J. O. Corliss preached a very interesting sermon at the park Lager. Ice Cold Lager. Ice Cold Lager Fresh and Sparkling. Ice Cold Lager Fresh and Sparkling at Yeidfl's. Nothing of interest transpired in the Mayor's court Friday morning Good stock of Newport Ties, Slippers and Shoes at Ben...

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

Special to the Courier-Journal Pittsburg, Ph., April 8.—The Honorable James H. Hopkins to- night lectured to 1,500 people, in- dorsing the Honorable Samuel J. Tilden as Hie democratic presidential candidate for 1880, eliciting tremend- ous applause. The following dispatch was read : New York, April 8, 1879.—To the Lect- ure Comimttee^of the Iron City Tilden Club, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: Please communicate to your club my thanks for their invitation to attend the lecture of Mr. Hopkins, though my engagements render it impossible lor me to be present. In 1876 the democracy achieved a victofy in the name and for the sake of a relorm of administration which would restore the government in spirit and substance, as well as in form, to the benign charac- ter in which it was created by our patriot- ic ancestors . They were defrauded of the fruits of that victory by a false count of the electoral votes. , That wrong casts upon this generation the responsibility of a far greater question. Th...

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

— %he Jlailwi ilcxus. l>KINIHOIN. MJNDAY APRIL 13, 1879. Narrow Escape. Denison & Paoiflc Railway. Until further notice a trnin will leave the M. K.& T. depot dnily (Sundavs ex- cepted) nt 9 o'clock a. in., arriving in Whitesboro at 11 o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. tri. 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. The Baltimore Gazette furnishes the following political data: "It may be of interest to know that while the democrats have a majority of ten in the United States Senate to-day, no less than fourteen demo- crats will retire in 1S81.. Among those who go out are Thurman, Wallace, Eaton, McDonald, Kernan, Randolph and Bayard. With the exception of Mr. Bayard, the gentle- men represent close and doubtful states. Nothing but careful legisla-...

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

"TV I _ - - I DENISON. SUNDAY MORNING. GEO. HOWARD, BURGLAR. An Extraordinary Career—College Grad- uate, LlnKulat and Noholar—l'artner in Kobherieii to the Amount of <H4,000,000 —Shot Oea<l and Hi* Body Lett in the Woods. Tho New York Bun tells a wonderful romantic story of the career of George Howard, a burglar, who was a partner in robberies to the amount of over $4,- 000,000. His father was a wealthy brewer in Cincinnati, named Leslie, and gave him a first-class collegiate educa- tion. His father died, his mother mar- ried again, and her second husband got control of the fortune left by Leslie, to his children. Tho boy was driven from home and his sister married and settled in Chicago. In 1869 he made his ap- pearanoe under the name of George L. Howard, at the boarding-house of Mrs. Mary E. Coath, in Philadelphia. He was an accomplished linguist, repre- sented himself as an internal revenue detective, and made love to Mrs. Coath's pretty daughter Mary. On April 5 of that ye...

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

®he §ailg CD darkness commenced the scene of slaughter. It being, however, found | inconvenient to get through the job in 'one night, a division was made, and some 20 were chosen. These were se- i verely beaten and kicked, the women , | being shamefully treated. When life- ' | less they were hurled into a large well i in the garden. Children were torn to i pieces before their parents' eyes, and Fifty-three per cent, of the popula- the parents then put to death. The tion of France are engaged in agrieul- Meetra Prince was made a witness of ture. Of this number one-fifth cultivate the most atrocious conduct towards his their own property. wife and ohildren, and saw his aged You can always tell when the hero mother benten senseless to the ground and heroine in a play aro man and wife, and then dragged to the well and tum- They infuse no warmth or feeling in the bled in. Tongya's family fared the DKN1SON . SUNDAY MORNING. GENERAL BREVITIES. stage kiss.—Norristown Herald A young lady nam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 April 1879

! ' ' to d nt lit / OA HE OF THE HEALTH. Put Your Shoulders Back.—Much of the proverbial slenderness and physi- cal frailty of our girls, as compared with those of other nations, has been charg- ed to intellectual habits and overwork in study. It is unquestionably that they need more out-door life, and more edu- cation in bodily development. Many Americtn girls, through inattention to the way. of carrying themselves, uncon- sciously contract the habit of bringing the shoulders forward, and stooping. The position not only detracts greatly from their appearance, but is also very pernicious in point of health. The cel- ebrated Aaron Burr, in a letter to his daughter, Theodosia, afterwards the wife of Gov. Alston of South Carolina, wrote as follows on this subject: "Your habit of stooping and bring ing your shoulders forward on to your breast not only disfigures you, but is alarming on account of the injury to your health. The continuance of this vile habit will certainly produce con- s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 April 1879

I A Contlole of Hprlag. O Kroon, •p-npringlng grunt*, your tender freabuoM uproading By ouuty * uarrow pass where wayworn feet are treading— O lightly waving treet, whoso swelling L««l- buda render Uu doubted promises of the full summer's splendor— O dainty daffodils, whose lovely sunlit laces Brighten the barren hills with unexpected graoos— ■O all ye blossoms, set the (ells and meadows over, Wild-flower and violet, und columbine and clover- Bless ye the l.<ord on high; by wood,and Held, and river, I'jalae Htm, and magnify ills holy name (or ever I Now when the budding spring escapes from winter's durance, . Hope hath Its flowering, and Faith its sweet assurance; How shall our hearts be stul when Nature's face rejoices, And earth and air are glad with her tumultu o'.is voices? Ears that His message seek, and doubt not In possessing, To them the winds shall speak in undertones of blessing; And to the seeing eyes, His gracious works beholding, No little bird that flies, no small g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 April 1879

tMMMNMNIMNl fP. B Id B8 If t, Id In- b- 10 0k I of I to fd, to ras pro to land HO, FOR POTTSVILLE! THE FIRST STATION ON THE Benison & Pacific Railroad An Unsurpassed Location for a Commer- cial Town, surrounded by one of the best agricultural sections in the State. Well settled by pros- purotiu Farmers and Stock Raisers. Special 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. R., by its natural location, will com wand the trade from a 'urge scope of country. At this point centers n number of the main 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 enrouteof the immense Immigrant travel from the North and East, and this will be the first town they strike alter traversing toe long route across the Ii dian Territory. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 13 April 1879

agte: smgm&sutsszx •rrr 3TRe Jtliulij Hems. DKpilllsiOlN. SUNDAY... APRIL n. 1679, ILTOLK BIJR11ANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorised to announce Tiios. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE nre authorized to announce J. K. Daughters as a candidate for Assessor and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce O. E. O'Mniey, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Treasurer. WE are authoiized lo announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Society Vorwoerts. The regular monthly meeting of the above Society takes place thi* afternoon at three o'clock at the Vorwicrts Hall. J. \V. Steiner, Louis Lebrbcht, Secretary, President. Mr. Jack Riley, the painter, is doing nn artistic job on the Grant! : Southern. ram - "?'1 — Silver auil UolU. Just opened, an elegant assortment of I faficy buttons at the Star Store. ! Mp. E. D. E. N. Southworth, the celebrated novelist, pass...

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

• {; )?TOfl*HTlh r f * fefissiw} Vol. VIJ. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, April i 5, 1879. No. 46. ■ ' -I J . ' . . HHSR S K S TTTT A PRR SRR8 T AA 11 K « T A A RRIt R 8 T AAA 11 11 85P8 T A A R H > SRKB g S « 8SHR 8 H S RUNS T 000 o o o o o o 000 HRKR R ?t Rtttl R R R R R K R R nun KK 1! K I'.EEK 53 81XTK ENTH LEG 1SLATURE. A A A. A A AAA A A A AA _ - A A U U AAA U U BRA A UU - .1 i t J UTTTT U T T STP U r o II FF U ill? Ft f; 8 UU I.MX { 8nn S - N N N RK If }{ N N.N ER EtMi II N NN RUE OO FFF OOF o o Fir OOF OO F pDDD RRRR > I) R R U R R RRRR > I) R R ~> D R 1>I>DI) R RRRK m K KEE F, R F, It KEEK 8SSS H 8 8 BR88 8 s a SSS3 ssss h a 8 ssss s 8 8 S8SS OOO 8 0 s O on 8 H <;uo OOO o o o ♦> 8 8 o o o o o o 000 OOO O O 0 o o o Q 0 o o o o o o 000 dddd I) D d • d d d d d 1) d I> n U I) DUDU 8 ssss s 8 8 SSSS S 8 8 8 SSSS nn n nun nn n n n n n n n n aaa n nn n n a a n nn db1> A aa a a 8888 II Ti ft i n 1, II I. ssss ri l S II 1, f> 8 II I, H8SS II I.M.LI...

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

r£he 3Daih\ Tlcxus. DF.NI80N. TUESDAY APRIL i<;, i«79- Donison aciflc Railway. Until further notice a train will leave Die M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m.. arriving in I Jr',cks, for the most part, cheerfully By a singuln-r cci ci Un e, Tildcn i and Hendricks have eimultaneously emerged—one in n letter to the Iron i City Tilden Club; and the other in what purports to be -an interview, but which is really three columns of remarks by a representative of the World newspaper, to which Ilen- WhiieKboro at 11 o'clock a m• Return" _ __ , , .vniiesooro .il i <■ i- , assented. Hendricks is not ing. leave Whitesboro at i o'clock p. and arrive in Dcnison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for W'litesboro and all western points will be received at tlie M. K. & I • freight depot. R- S. Stevens General Manager. H. D. Mirick, General and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1079. Frt. Capt. Sam Vans, candidate for Congress on the Greenback ticket, at the. last la...

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

arv..-. w...., irMw.' ■ CO. Itive lera, I VP AS. rinr* I111"/ tf list. Of- btore ■ 50. Iders. now I Jre'"" | copy «v, Iss.i'l con- vered R't HO, FOR P0TTS\ ILLE! Real Eutate. THE FIRST STATION ON THE isoii & An Unsurpained Locationfor a Cojnmcri cial Town. surrounded by one of the best agricultural taction* In the State. Well nettled by pros- perous Farmers and ick Rai Stock Raisers. Spooial Inducements to Parties to Settle! GREATCATTLE SHIPPING POINT! ''This thriving new town, located ten ini'es west nf-Deinson. on the D. & 1' R. I?., by its natural location, will comwand the trade from a'.urge scope of, country. At thin point centers a nun)ber of the faiatli lines oi'UiHi Hup;hlare (Voin Western V ! and Northern Tevas iihd the Indian Ter- ritory. Several of the HHnclpal ferries on Red River lie just north rtHd west of this ' place, and the roads from each passes here. It lies right ehfouteof the immense Immigrant travel trom the North and - East, and this will be'the first...

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

mxsmu low'-him' The JhuUj |km DENISON. TUESDAY APRIL 15, 1879. B. POLKBUEHANN, City Kditor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Colleotor. WE tire authorized to announce Thos. IIokfman us a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE arc 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 authoiized lo announce W. S. Lowe us a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Mr. joint \V. Spencer, n heavy j coal dealer in Pennsylvania, is now 1 at Calvert examining the coal depos- j its in that vicinity. He has ample j means to thoroughly expiore the coal veins there, and if of value will' bring capital to work them. Lunch twice a day and cold sparkling lager at Yeidel's. We clip the following from the Sedalia Bazoo: Next Friday night the railroad men will have a social meeting for religious worship, on the broad gauge plan,...

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

VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, April 16, iSya. No. 47. I Livery Stables j£XCELSIOR LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, Mina st., corner Burnet Ave.. I Vb 1 f tii u ?' • 11 ■' E. ATCHISON, Prop'r. the stable is now supplied with new buggies, carriages, fine saddle and work hordes and is prepared fo furnish trans- portation to any part of the State. Hors- es bought and sold, also boarded bv the day, week or month on lioeral terms. 4.6H john mAloney, FEED AND SALE STABLE, Crawford St.. near Austin Ave. DENISON, TEXAS. Saddle horses a specialty. Fiist class wagon yard and a good well bf water. 10,23 rtttt I 1 is kkk T H 11 It kk T 11 It K t h h Bur SSSS H H TTTT A RRR SSSS T AA R R « T A A RllR 8 8 T AAA. H R SSSS T A A R R gheen & juvenal, SALE, FEED AND LIVERY STABLE, Cor. Woodard St. and Rusk av.,_ DENISON, TEXAS. Large wagon yard and good well of water. A hack appropriate for burial pur- poses can be had at this stable. 7-20 '"piIE ECLIPSE STABLE, JACK GALLAGHER, Prof'R,...

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

l M .v ' Srti • ■ The flaily Hems. DENIHON. WEDNESDAY.".'"-APRIL ill, 1879. Donladn & Pacific Railway. Until further notice ft train will leave tlie M. K..& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted') at 9 o'clock a. m 1, arriving in Wliitehboro at It o'clock a. n>. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at i unlock p. tti. and ttrriVo in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. freight for Whitesboro and all western hoints will be received at the M. K. & T. freight dtpOt- &• S- StkVkNs, General Manager. 11. D. Mirick, General rrt. hhd Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1079. Holt's Mistako. The telegraphic fraternity [of St. Louis have invited their brethren oi the Tick from all parts of the union to a grand ball and sociable, to be given on April 33. The widow Oliver being dissatis- fied with her defeat in court tried to obtain a new trial, but Judge Carter refused to hear anymore of the old woman's false swearing and non- sense. The le'mainR of a huge mastodon have been recently discovered...

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

I J X *CS5 ■ I |V0 Va. ^S. InpJ r 1st. Of- Itorc CAS. ts, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. nailroad, ———- nic GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE PASsInM Tit HOUGH The "naturally beautiful nnd most lovor- cd region of our country." Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE —*to ti1r EASTANDSOUTHEAST PI Benson's Capcino Porous Plaster There is no doubt nbo.it tl « great su periority of this article over common po- rous piasters nd other external reme- dies, such as liniments, electrical up pllances, etc. Ask physicians in yourl own locality about it. It is wonderful.f Sold by all druggitt6. Price 25 cents ' 3.13.1m ■ ave. 1 4. 5 AJTER JUNE 1st ROUND TRIP TICKETS at reduced rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA TERING PLACES OK EAST ' TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOSA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, ofi all night trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Haggage checked through to destination. Passengers Eor WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE,...

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

$!tc Daily Jtcuis. E. F. Redfield, the piano man of Dallas, received an order for an in- 1>IOTMIHOIN. strument from Owen McCarthy WEDNESDAY APRIL 16, 1879. Monday. R. POLK BURHANS, City KUitor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assensor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Tlios. Hoffman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorised 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 authorized lo announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Are sausages links of the past? What kind of furniture should a bald-headed man select? Mohair. • Sherman is going to have a mili- tary organization. Drink Buck at Yeidel's. Mrs. Joseph Miller who has been recently deranged, has entirely re- covered. Mrs. Hester Foley publishes a lengthy communication in the Sher- man Courier. Mr. Quinn shipped ten car...

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