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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 April 1879

10 lu- ll e I" re Ik Iff I of Ihe Ihe pm |*ra 58 > I |nd m J of |3tf Itar ate ex- er- nd ex- at- nd out ver im %: VOL. VII. Denison, TexAs, Thursday Morning; April 17, 1879. No. 48. MTTT t ii u kkk t h 11 k 1' 11 li i! m t 11 ii K v 11 h kkk ttttt ssss KICK liivH IIAIL AND HUllltlCANE. A Tornado Willi Donth arul J)e st ruct ion in its Wake. ooo, nnnu -k.rkk 0 0K it H OR K K O 11 K " o nnuR our O R R O R R R R kb I KKKK ■■ / a'i i IJ JCNW- ■■ . /.v. A AA A A \'£ak mL EW A g,HrTTTRr'g uT|; K.„. ft lllll'1 flit A A U U T ii KK if u j: jl 11 H AAA U U T II f, U JI I. Ulili KKK A A I'U '1' II F UU hlJ.U I, II nn N kk1« T, II NN n k I, H If N If OR t. 11 n if* rT I,I.I.I. II N nn hick oo O O rjr V o o pd" O O F OU P I)I)i)i> hrkit kkkk SSSS SSSS p p It H K 8 SB S h i) r br m 8 i> ]) rrrr eke SSSS SSSS i> n R R e s « n OR be S SB S dddd r r kkkk 8BSli SSSS <;<JU 000 OOO DDDD SSSS •O O 0 0 O O D D 8 8 m O M O O D D 8 11 0 O () O i) D 8 0 . 0 O O t) D D S8S8 <i CO 0 O O ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 April 1879

hi glte Baily news. Tho East Line Road. FOR RENT OR SALE. The last issues of the McKinney Enquirer, Greenville Independent, and Denton Monitor all contain articles urging the people of their respective counties to subscribe Until further notice a train will leave for stock in the East Line road suf- the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundavs ex- fici t ,Q secure th(; bl,lldil,K 0f the cepted) at 9 o clock a. m•, arriving 111 | DKNI8( N. THURSDAY ..hi. APRIL 17, 1S79 toenisOn & Pacific Railway. The Convent Property Cor. Hous- ton Ave and Qandy St. While*boro at !i o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at t o'clock p. m. «nd arrivo in Denison at J o'clock p. in. Freight Tor Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight'depot. R. S- Stevhns, General Manager. II. D. Mirick, General Fit. and Pas. Agt. DbnisOM, Texas, March 12, 1879. A Western Scientist. A Now Theory to Account T >r tile Yarta. Hon* of tlie MaKiietlo A Mai ha- mntk'ul Solution o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 April 1879

n • i B. , 15 riallroad., Tlllt GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE 1WSSI Sfi Til HOIJUII 'i'lie "naturally beautiful and most lovor- ed region of our cou 11 try Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO TUP. EASTANDSOUTHEAST APTER JUNE 1st HOUND TUIP TICKETS at reiiiiced rates Will be on sale to the Celebrated springs and wa TERIN.G PLACES OK EAST l'ENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. Elegant day couches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company. 011 nil night trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through to destination. PASSENGERS FOR WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. —as well. as uor— CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, CHARLOTTE, AUGUSTA, And all Southeastern Cities, should pur- chase tickets by this line. Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick- ets furnished on application to P. R . ROGERS, Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas. Mchi, ly Texas & Si Louis NEW SHORT LINE -TO THE- EAST! NORTH VIA VINIT INDIAN TERRITORY, AND st. louis and san fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 April 1879

fl S'hc Ihily Sews. DENISON, THURSDAY APRIL 17, 1879. R. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE nre authorized to announce Tnos. Huffman as a candidate lor As- sessar and Collector. TTTE are authorized to announce J. K. W DaUUHters as a candidate for Absebsor-and Collector. * For City Treasurer. WI5 arc 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. Jack Riley has secured the contract for the painting on the D. & P. Imported Gin at F. C. I Lebermann's. - As we go to press it looks like rain. If it does you can buy garden ; seed from Lease ; forty papers lor i $1 00. ~ ■ —-——♦—— ■ Silk FrlDJCeH. A handsome line just opened at the Star Store. Our sanctum has been transform- ed into a veritable bower of roses. Our job artist has received a bouquet from some unknown admirer. We are under obligations ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 April 1879

>ji|).'.'UW tiWW i. -fei SXcto$ VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, April 18, 1879. No. 40. 8S8S 8 8 r tttt a s8ss t aa 8 t a a 8 8 T AAA 8888 t a a Its H II II rhr K K ERR R R " •% TT|rT B s 8 8B8I 8 B' I BBSS 0OO 8 8 8 8 o o m 000 V RRRR Rl It 1 R R R R RRRR KK ^ r k or r k § -I t* rttk 7, mio■'> A KK X A ▲ A nv9 A B HTrnrF u 8f HI* MB 8 ? II f B u j: bob v.kk a a uu 1' ii f uu ijjj, eiifj pff 0 T. I ft LLL II oVl'iT« UN N KRK KK N K N N N EK INKI W RN RKK 00 rvv OOF o o Br 00* oo f li- ce lie I to Ibe Ihe 1 of HS, Jin. It's 10., Ithe ling lare Jim. Irug It leat of D. £R. my s. tea <S. ie. :lgh- tcau sfac- has city, oods ound very 8tf ck of h, the to the them ds nrc ny es- ccond 's and in m ate o 23'f t. ' e Stal- ls rep- heaper hmald- lot f DDDD RRRR ! I! 8 6 ) D RRRR \ 6 if DDDD U R RRRR R RKK R R RRRR 8888 SSS8 8 8 8 S 8 8 s88r hsss 8 8 8 8 SSSti ssiss HOG OOO Sr O O O O « Q ~ O OG O 0 o _u o 000 too* rSSS8s u 2 V u GCO OOO 000 O O O I) ~ o o O O D ~ O D O D OOO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 April 1879

r ii-tara . v . m Until further notice n trnin will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m., nrriving in Whitesboro at n o'clock a. m. Return- lug. leave Whitesboro at l o'clock p. jn. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be rcceivcd at the M. K. & T- freight depot. RS. Stevens, General Munsger. H. D. Muuck, General Fit . and Pat. Agt. Dknis>On, Texas, March 12, 1S79. 3,'he Jtoilt} 'IJews. EedMurde—taC!u,tody' . .. ClIKVlSNNK, VV. 1 . Apt il l6.~ IJIiilNIHON. I Denctwood dispatch says : The small FRIDAY APRIL 18, 1879. 1,*nd of Indian! who :t ftw days «-— - siitte, killed and scalped private Leo Denison & Pacific Bailwuy. ' Bailer, of the Second cavalry, and ! seriously wounded sergeant; Ken- nedy, of the signal service, were captured by Sergeant Thomas B. Clover, of the Second cavalry, with a detachment of ten men, and taken into Fort Keogh yesterday. The In- dians surrendered imme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 April 1879

5 «5 ,?niT" -firrir- Ui*i> ■ it—1 ■ ■■ 11 Mliliii.i"i -i- nailroad, ri 1 k feREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE PASSING TllUnvdU "the "hatiirallf lieatltiflll and most trivor- ed region (if oilt country." Decidedly tlie Shortest link to the EASTANDSOUTHEAST NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8. J^^ienson's bapcin e |r JV Porous Plaster There is no douht about the great tu pcriority of this article over common po- rous plasters nnd other external reme- dies, such as liniments, electrical up nliances, etc. Ask physicians in your •wn locality about it. It in wonderful. Sold by all druggists. Price 25 cents 3 iM1" Al'TER JUNE 1st llOUND THIP TICKETS ilt reddced rates Wiii bti on sale to the Celebrated springs and wa tering Places of east tennessee and Virginia. AN KXt'ITlNO HOOK! «0,0i)0 SOLO! Thn-'WIld A«lvi-i>tnr«tt"Hn<I ••Triumphs" of STANLEY in AFRICA This only nut hen! it and copyrighted cheap edition is selling faster thau any other hook in America, Gives a full history of his "Down the Congo " AGEN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 April 1879

$he Saily |taus. FRIDAY. DKNISON. APRIL 18, 1879. K. rOLX BUttH ANS, City Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce Thus. 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 are authorized to announce O. E. O'Maley, as a candidate for re- election to tlie office of City Treasurer. WE are authorized to announce W. S. Lowe as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tiessurer. Fine pertumes at Guiteau & Waldron's Stf The hail storm which visited this city Tuesday afternooji, appears to have been general alf over the St.ite. Children's Hon. Something nobby, the very latest spring styles just in at the Star Store. — — We learn that the ladies of the Baptist church will soon give an ice cream and strawberry festival. The soldier trains will arrive from the north about ten or eleven o'clock to-night. .Henry Merritt has arrived in Lcad- v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 April 1879

No. 40 Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, April iq, 1879. ENCOUNTER. A TRIBUTE TO TEXAS. DESPERATE CAROLINA CYCLONE IH1J KB BBSS § _ K TTTT A BUR T A A "RHK T AAA R It T A A R R BBSS 11 KKK B8B8 MU 8 S 5 i SMS T I i I t OOO RKRR 8 O it 1 0 o r r 0 o rrrr o r kkbb r k B P.. kk r K O OOO 8 k r k r k k r kkbb a aa a a A A bbs *K« „ i ii aa ibb BE a bbc aaa bbb REE a ■ y ITS A UU X II LII NN N ii UK K DHHH H 5 *5 f* [JUL U U li § 81: UO LUX BEB KK b bbb \ • 00 nrr 80 Y o ff OOF OO f ) do nfter kkbb It R K ■ SSkift 8888 s B S b _ _ B 8 < rrrr keb BS8S 8888 _ R R It S 8 I K rk 8 88 8 >ddd r r bbbb 8SBS sss8 UOU OOO O OOO O O ~ o o 8 oo 0 8 8 8 uau o o o 5 o , o ooo OOO 8 8 OOO DUDD 1) d d d i) 6 D D D 1)ddd sflss s 8 B 8 8888 s s 8 8 BBSS A NN N DUD AA HIT ~ A A R N AA ik n d p wd d AAA N NN P D A A X NN DDD 8088 ii p *BBB8S I k k K K U.LU. ■A \ fff rrrr II NN F OOO KEltE 88S8 ...... h uk b b .. .. N N N O K B rrrr II N N N (i ker 8ssb - K 8 K 8 8 KERR BBSS R II NN NO „ ill IK NO RRR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 April 1879

WWl: V*" 1 «s 3^he ^ailtj 3\cws. DENISON. SATURDAY APRIL i* 1S79. TUo Nebraska Horror. Denison ti Pacific Railway. Until further notice a trtoin vrtll leave the M. K.&T. depot daily (Sundar* ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. m.. arriving in Whitesboro nt 11 o'clock a. in. Return- ing. Iqnve Whjt|sll6ro at I o'clock p. m. and arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Krelfiht for Whilesboro and all western points will be received nt the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stuvkns, General Man;tger. h. D Mirjck, General fit. and Pa*. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 1$, '879. Measels are prevailing pretty gen- eral among the children residing in the iourth ward, Houston, and the disease is finding its way into the public schools. The disease, so far, has been of a mild type. Kansas City Time*. The true story of the man-burning horror in Nebraska was brought out in the ti ial of Olive and his confed- erate# at Hailing last vveyk. A wit- ness ot thejnurder of Mitcbell and Ki-'tchum turned states evi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 April 1879

•MtiwA.' -i-. •'•''J ■■■ ..'•8-v.V ■ * \( 1 I .u — Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, on all night train*. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through to destination. PASSENGERB FOB WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. * —AS WELt. AS FOR— CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, CHARLOTTE, AUGUSTA. And all* Southeastern Cities, should pur- chase tickets bj this line. Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick- ets furnished on application to P. R. ROGERS, Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas. Mcht, ty Texas & St. Louis NEW SHOBTLINE -TO THE- EAST1 NORTH VIA VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, AND ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO R'Y. THROUGH PULLMAN PALACE^SLEEPINC CARS BETWEEN Dallas Tex.& St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. &g**Through Tickets on sale all Principal Ticket Offices Texas. D. WISIIART, Gen. Pass. Agt. C. W. ROGERS, Gen. Supt. Temple ' Building St. Louis CENTRAL ROUTE. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Freight and Passenger Accommodation} Superior to an" in the State. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 April 1879

wrenched and Raokod. Bridge Contractors ANHfiUSEIl. tapis be Sherman 7'"" S'hc Bailij IXcm5. DENIHON. SATURDAY APRIL iq. 1879. ft. POLK JBURHANS, City Editor. ANlf OUN CEMEHTS. Por Assessor and Collector. WS are authoriied to announce Thos. IIokfman as a candidate for As- sessor and Collector. WE are authorized to announce J. P. Thompson as a candidate for city assessor and collector at the coming election. * WE are authorized to announce J. K. Daughters as a candidutu 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 as a candidate for the of- fice of City Tieasurer. Fine perfumes at Guiteau & Waldron's 8tf They call the new arrivals Leadville, "the tenderfeet." at Dress Goads. The most complete line of dress goods at the Star Store. > What has become of the Artillery Company ? Just received at F. C. J. Lebermann's, imported g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

1 VU.J-. "1 I.. ftajr ■ ■-iXyti'Haw—i" HUSI * m III If I. >i Fe, : n lof a Inn led |he ed He er, lit- re- oa en ni« eu tlcimnn Daily ■ft* :—riz VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, April 20, 1879. A J. No. 41. Attractive? Attraction? Attract? TH© Following Specialties at tlie "STAR * STORE" THIS "WEE1IKI. A SECOND SESSION. JEHSEY JUSTICE. r. 1 A fresh invoice of Dress Goods at 8 2-3 cents. A Handsome Assortment of Silk Handk'chfs at 10c. A New Line of Parasols from 10 cents to $6.50 White, Blue and Scarlet Shetland Shawls for $1.50, OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS! ^ , • " IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN NORTHERN TEXAS. Another Invoice of Our Custom-Made LADIES SHOES, Just Opened. Reduced in Pice to reach all. Why will you buy Eastern Work when you can get a WARRANTED SHOE for the same Price. We warrant every pair or refund the money if the goods are not as represented. Look out for Specialties the coming week at the Conference Committees Unnljlc to i '"s1"' Upon the Enforcement of Settle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

-set -wr 3£lxe Daily Bexus. DENIHON. SUNDAY APRIL 20, 1879* .i, Deninon & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sundays ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. ro , arriving in Whitekboro at 11 o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. in. ard arrive in Denison at 3 o'clock p. m. Fieight for W'ilte*boro 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, 1S79. A revolution is repotted in Pana- ma. The fighting in thfe principal streets lasted several hours* butquiet was finally restored. Edison claims that his electric light is a complete success, and promises to demonstrate that fact in a short time, The president has nominated Frederick W. Miner, of Paris, Tex- as, to be United States attorney 2for the northern district of Texas, in- stead of Judge White. ' ' ' ■ f - Gen. Garfield's friends explain th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

I) Bai.ky Houses.—The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty ttf Animals puts lorth the following rules for the treat- ment of balky horses, which will bear reproduction: 1. Pat the horse upon the neck; ex- amining the harness carefully, first on one side then upon the other, speaking encouragingly while doing so, then jump into the wagon and give the word go; generally he will obey. 2. A teamster in Maine says he can start the worst balky horse by taking him out of the shafts and making him go around in a cirole till he is giddy. If the first dance of this sort doesn't cure him, the Becond will. 8. To cure a balky horse, simply place your hand over the horse's nose and shut off his wind till he wants to go; then let him go. 4. The brain of the horse seems to en- tertain but one idea at a time; there- fore continued whipping only confirms his stubborn resolve. If you can by any means give him a new subject to think of, you will generally have no trouble in starting him. A simple rem-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

~r —,""™' The Mornlug Cornea Before tlie Suu. Slow buds tlie pink dtiwn like a rote Kidiii out night's gray and cloudy sheath, Softly and still It grown and grows, Petal by petal, leaf by leaf, Bach sleep imprisoned creature breaks Its dreamy fetters one by one, And love awaken, and labor wakes— The morning comes before tbe sun. Wl.-U la this message lroiu tbe light So fairer far than light can l>e? Youth stands a tiptoe, eager, bright, lu baste the risen suu to see; Ab I oheck thy longing, restless heart, Count the charmed moments as they run, It ib llle's best and fairest part, This morning hour before the suu, W lien once thy day shall burst to flower. When once the sun shall olliub the sky, And busy hour by busy hour The urgent noontide draws anigh, When the long shadows creep abreast To dim the happy task half done, Thou wilt recall this pause of rest, This morning hush before the sun. To eaoh one dawning and ono dew One frosh young hour is given by fate, Wne rose flush on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

If? m i\ J v VM Itcws jf 4 ;h ill ,n- id ir- )SS tiy )Ut tiy ith !w in ind md it's % & JD1CN I H O N . SUNDAY MORNING BETSY PATTERSON. The Story of the Baltimore Helle Who Married a lioiiapnrte. [From tlie New York Evening Tost.] "I would rather bo the wife of Je- rome Bonaparte one hour than the wife of any other man for life." So the late estimable Mme. Bonaparte of Balti- more is reported to have said when, soon after her brilliant marriage to the brother of the first Napoleon, her friends suggested that perhaps trouble -was in store for her. The trouble came. It was on the 24th of December, 1803, that Jerome Bonaparte, commander of a French frigate, was married in Balti- more to Miss Elizabeth Patterson, the beautiful daughter of the worthy ship- owner, William Patterson. Before her marriage her father opposed it, and sent his daughter to Virginia to get her away from the fascinating foreigner. After the marriage the Emperor Na- poleon opposed it, and ordered that the young ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

*mm a. Wmk DENIHON . SUNDAY MORNING. SUMMER FLOWEBH. Bow to Prepare for Than nl Bar« Thta Karly—Home Wowi |« FraUe at Modest AbdwIi. IVtorn the Springtluld (Has*.) Republican.) At this season of the year the florists' seed catalogues are sought for by all lov- ers of beautiful flowers who do not pos- sess the means of purchasing quantities of bedding-out plants to adorn their gardens; and the half-tardy annuals will often prove quite as ornamental as the more highly prized geraniums fuchsias, etc. But to obtain a good show of plants early in the season the seeds should be started under glass or in boxes placed in the kitchen windows. Take shallpw boxes, like those in wbioh Smyrna figs are imported, and fill them with any soil that is at hand, mixing it nearly with half sand, so as to make it light and warm. It is better if it baked in the oven in an old pan, as the heat will kill all the seeds of weeds and the larvta of worms. When cool euough to plant the seeds, fill up the boxes a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

rrrr«i—sss A Railroad., — THE GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE PASSING TJ<IIOU<<1I • i ! ■ i • . • ', The "naturally beautiful, and most lovor- ed tegion of our country." Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO THE EASTANDSOUTHEAST ■ j i ■I " n rrf AFTER JUNE 1st ROUND TRIP TICKETS ' . ■< « at reduced rates Will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA .TERING PLACES OP EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. i" if Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROOK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. . • ^ . *. . ■ • • ■ • ■ '. ■ ' • Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, on all night trains. Sleeping Gar Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through to destination. PASSENGERS FOR WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK. —AS WELL AS KOR CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, CHARLOTTE, AUGUSTA, And all Southeastern Cities, should pur- chase tickets bj this line. Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick- ets furnished on application to P.R.ROGERS, Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas. Mchi, ly Texas & St. Louis NEW SHO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 April 1879

>" :' '' " ^ 4 • ' •■■•-- ? The jQaily IJeius. DENIWON. SUNDAY APRIL ao. 1879. "Zim Zam" publ'shes a tedious communication in the Texas Baptist, a rehash of what appeared in the Herald in answer to Eider White. Denison Hose Company No. 1 It. POLK BURHANS, City Editor. ' Mr. Smith, where did you jet those Kid 1■ ■ ■ ————— Newport*? they are so cheap for the house, «nly $i ou. I trill g< right down to Sherburne'* and get a pair before the/ ' are jone. Keys Found. A bunch of keys found. Call at I this office, prove title to property and There will be an adjourned meeting of settle tor this notice the above company Monday, April 21st, nt S o'clock p m., at the office of II. K, Necdhnm, Esq. Julius W. Stkinkr, H. K. Nbedham, Sec'y. President. Fine perfumes at Guiteau it Waldron's 8tf The Flag Store put up some new sign yesterday. ■■ ■ + . Philadelphia ale at F. C. J- Lebermann's. a hand- This is the first Sunday after Eas- ter. Mr. E. E. Latta received a carload of potatoes from th...

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