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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

-• -mm* , . ,-rr „ VOL. VII. DeNison, Texas. Sunday Morning, April 27, 1879. No. 47. , " & 1 Attraction? Attract? yilWt'iml jii" -' w' ,V TJ10 Followins Specialties at tlie "STAR * STORE SJ BOOTH'S LU(JK. Attempted Assassination of the Groat Actor. i Two Shots Fired at him on the Stage. Exciting Scenes in a Chicago Theatre. JP THIS "wzEHHUKi- i The Would-be Assassin Promptly Arrested. Int Ito |of ed |"g n. lion ite I in- last rail to fory SI6t- | the do J her ■resS ltf 3lli- re- |ugh |nes- 1 the (been jrmi- I yOU in Hided use inest city. lis th« [raiting are him. drug estion# le war- ns been rtore or blood tuthern I scrof- cleanse nsley's minute, n, . y A fresh invoice of Dress G oods 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 She eland 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, Reduc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

Attorneys-At-Law. FOR KENT OR SALE. n ■ 1'lxc Daily Ilcws. DENISON. SUNDAY APRIL, 27, 1870. Tlie Status of Freedmen in the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. Through the courtesy of Mr. P. B. Goldsby, of Colbert Station, we have been placed in possession of the full text of the resolution to de- termine the status of persons of Af- rican descent who were formerly slaves of the Choctnws and Chickn- saws, which was adopted by the Commission of the two Nations on the 33d inst. The resolution provides that those persons of African descent who were residing in those Nations at the date of the treaty ot Fort Smith, September 12th, 1865, and who may so elect, are adopted as citizens. All such persons shall have the right to vote and hold office, cxccpt such offices from which they are debarred by the constitutions of the respective Nations, and such offices where the incumbents are custodians or regis- ters of public funds. Citizens thus adopted can sue and be sued, serve on juries, and shall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

I merdal. AGRICUX1TURAL1. these, allowing each cutting two, three or four productive eyes. A good rule Hot Bkub.—Three years' experience to follow would be to quarter a good with mualiu sashes, where the thermom- sized potato into four cuttings. The eter ranges from 20 degrees below zero i practice of planting large potatoes whole to 70 degrees above,satisfies me of their should be discontinued as an extrava- superiority. I make a square frame of gant waste of material, since the same 14 inch stall, with a single bar of same results could be accomplished by quar- size down the middle, cover it with i tering the same.—Cor. Cincinnati Com- common, heavy, unbleached muslin, paint it over, two coats, with boiled linseed oil, and find it far better than A New Sea. glass. Have had no freezing or scald- ing, but better colored plants, more stocky, and better able to withstand early transplanting. After the hot bed is filled with manuro, lay in the soil so as to come within 3 inches of tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

" r f t ■wWi-w *S2 Friendship. Kriendsblp in but a silken thread, Yet no vary strong the clasp, It binds us olose to eaoli other tn an enduring grasp. It makes our Uvos worth the living In tlila bleak desert here, Aucl leads us on to realms above, fair Heaven I so very near. Ben Azitn's Creed. I u <in old olty under Eastern skies Tbwo lived Ben Azlm, whom mon called the Wise. And all sweet youths on noble deeds Intent Kur ({oUlen counsel to Ben Azlm went. Thus in the sliver Bilence of the night The sage beheld a Brahmin, strong and bright, Aiul young as Neptuno when his lover-hand O aught back the waves from the enamored land, S binding within the tont. " Master," he said, ' The way is long to seek the wiser dead; " Therefore I come to thee. Tell me, 1 pray, What best sufflceth for lifo's fltlul day? 44 What dreams aro whitest when the day is spent, And memory and moonlight fill the tent?" Then rare Ben Azlm, loving wider brow And broader gaze than puny spirits know, Mado answer:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

®fce flail]! pew. DKNISON. SUNDAY MORNING. I CARE OF THE HEALTH. A Hint on Diet.—Dr. E. Soguin of New York says: It has been estimated that a man working in the open air daily needs 15 ounces of meat, 18 of bread, 84 of butter or fat, and 51 of wa- ter. I agree with many eminent chem- ists, who have proved that alcoholic drinks are an aid to the system in re- tarding the waste of tissues. So, too, for the same roason, I regard tea and coffee as nourishing. An excess of starchy food is to be carefully avoided. Treatment ok Diphtheria.—Dr. Bachelder of Australia suggests to physicians the use internally of a very weak solution of carbolic acid, and for the throat or fauces a solution of hydro- chloric acid, about the strength of strong cider-vinegar. He says: I have treated every case successfully so far with the above remedies. Croup is instantly re- lieved by the solution. Apply it to the throat with a brush or sponge, or use as a gargle. Eggs for Dyspeptics.—We have seen dyspeptics...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

®ht Sails jrtcus. DKNISON. HITJSTDAY MORNING. GENERAL BREVITIES. The electoral bill now before the Par- liament at Rome increases the number of voters in the kingdom by 1,300,000. Kino Humbert of Italy has com- muted the sentence of Passananti, his would-be assassin, to penal servitude for life. The people of Florida boast that the River St. John, in that State, is the on- ly navigable one in the United States running north. Thehk is a bill before the Pennsyl- vania Legislature which makes it a pun- ishable offense to keep a Spitz dog in that State. Northampton, Mass., claims to have the oldest fireman in active service in the Union in William Knapp, who join- ed the department in 1838. A large flock of crows got so drunk over a lot of brandy-steeped wild cher- ry pits, which were thrown away by a Wilton, Conn., family recentlv, that about 50 were killed or captured. The Dutch journals once more ap- prehend the coming annexation of Hol- land by Germany. Fears of this nature have lon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

* 'ii % I i V . I ■■■I.. ... I .. J.-IP--M ■ .JLM .ML... I, Saddles and Harness. J. L. Nothaf & Co., MfoiinV) 9^WrW<rW7 no tiinifit % Manufacturers of 'm —— -WJ HARNESS, BRIDLES & COLLARS, No. 3ia Main st. DENISON, •• TEXAS. r ■' bote mauufacturcrs of LEHMAN & NOTHAF'S PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE The best In use for stockmen. 4>I7lf Auction and commission. 'ca "" >>> — , -4.,, Boots and Shoes Saloons SENATE. AUCTION HOUSE, (Opposite Euper's Confectionary.) BUYS and SELLS Second-Hand Furniture FURNITURi & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. All Consignments entrusted to him faith- tullv attended to. CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY. 4,i7U NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . .'.viij ' ' 'u' ■ £ j^jj\Ben son's Oapcine SPP - Porous Plaster There i* no doliht nbo.it the great su- periority of this article over common po- rous plnsters and other external reme- dies, such ns liniments electrical nn nlinnces, etc. Ask physicians in your twii locality about it. It is wonderful. Sold by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 27 April 1879

1 I I".'. 35 he |p;\ily Incurs. DKNISON. SUNDAY APRIL 37. 1879. R. POLK III KHANS,City Kditor. Denison <fe Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. K.& T. depot daily (Sunday* ex- cepted) at 9 o'clock a. in., arriving in Whitesboro nt 11 o'clock a. in. Return- ing;. leave Whitesboro nt 1 o'clock p. in. and arrive in Denison t 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for W'litebboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight depot. R. S. Stevens, General Manager. II. D. Mikick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Dknison, Texas, March 12, >879. The M., K. & T. constiuction train came in from Atoka last night. Rev. VV. II. Vernon, a distinguish- ed evangelist from the southern por- tion of the State, will conduct the morning and evening services at the Presbyterian church. Go and hear him. Wanted. A housekeeper. One who understands raising of children. Apply at this office. 27 3l ___ Engineer Chapman of theD. & 1*. has pretty well located Gai...

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

* # I. y,11U"" t -r- ■T 1 ' "-J" IHJ. .'-13 ,'l L 'TV' ■.. JJg." Itfctos. Sr^trr: 7~~ fTT VOL. VII. --- - ■'1 x - Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, April 29, 1879. No. 48. Attractive? Attraction? Attract? Following Specialties at tlx© I THIS "WEEK.' 17 t- 1 ;• If ... I o <%• I t K\ A fresh invoice of Dress G oods 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 TEX AS. ;f'M ; -V. 1 ftO*' -•'fJCV-J' r r\ ; , Another Invoice of Our Oustom-Made LA DIES SHOES, Opened, 0 Reduced in Pice to reach al'. vv ny will yon buy Eas.era "Work, when ,.„ you can get a WARRANTED SHOE ion be same P. ce, We warrant every pair or refund tue mouey i< v ue gooos are not a* represented. • Look out for Specialties the coming1 week at the House and Sign Paintm. Kendall & Go. No. 323 south Main street, DENISON,.. TEXAS. the pppp H...

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

:/ • *' A y.fc la.. $he Daily Hews. DENISON. TUESDAY APRIL 29, 1879. Denison & Pacific Railway. Until further notice a train will leave the M. T. depot daily (Sunila_vn ex- cepted) ai 9 o'clock a. "m.. arriving in \Vhitet>boro at 11 o'clock a m. Return- in. leave Whitesboro at I o'clock p. m. and arrive ii^ Denison at 3 o'clock p. in. Freight for Whites-boro and all western points will ba received at the. M. K. & T• freight depct. R.S. Stilvi{Nk, General Manager. H. D Mi rick, General Frt. «nd Pas. Agt. D&nihon, Texas, March 12, 1879. The Houston Telegra n calls at tention to the fact that the United States weather bureau failed to give even an intimation of the recent severe storms of wind, hail and rain that have prevailed in different parts of the country. Not a word was said'to warn the people of the re- markable fall of rain last week, which extended from Kansas to the Gulf. The most Old Probabilities seems to a t nipt is to predict the appearance Of a storm afte...

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

Saddles and Harness. J. L. Nothaf & Co,, .Manufacturers of HARNE88, BRIDLES & COLLARS, No. 212 Main st. DENISON, - TEXAS. bole manufacturer* of LEHMAN St NOTHAF'S . PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE The best In use for stockmen. ^,i7tf !' " '■ Auction and Commission. ■ *y.. yi'ioHint; Tui",'•*>nj> n i o ? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Beri son's Capcine 13V Porous Plasterl There i" no doubt abo.it the great su periority of this article over common po- rous plasters and other external reme dies, such as liniments, electrical ap pliances, etc. Ask physicians in your Tvvn locality about It. It is wonderful Sold by all druggists. Price J$ cents 3.12,2m i Jra ra. IS. ■In if "J tr tBt. Of- Istore PXAS. 0 |1ES, CAHH'B AUCTION HOUSE ►15« 7 iTfS*.'-.- t«jai« siTt Ui •'** : (Opposite Euper's Confectionary >) •' 1 "BUYSANtoSELLS • t« Second-Hand Furniture f'.o n' .'{.••/ < tntiiiilln fiiiTtttft-l ! ji.r; FUKNXTtFRE & GOODS . ON CONSIGNMENT. AN KXCITING HOOK! 30.000 SOLD! The WIld Ad...

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

1, ' I, • fi m %kt JJaihj Jlcuis. D1INISON. TUESDAY APRIL 29. 1879. R. POLK BUR11ANS, City Editor. Red River fell two feet yesterday. Bishop Garrett it is said will soon visit our city. Fine periumes at Guiteau & Waldron's 8tf Cass Anderson and family left for Leadville, Col., by the overland route yesterday. Imported porter nnd ale, just received lit F. C. J. Lebermann's. The drug goods store of Williams, of this city will moved to Gainesville. G. W. be re- Guiteau & Waldron have a well select >ed stock ot pocket knives and razors. Stt Mr. Cook, lately connected with ■ the M., K. & T. Machine 6hops at this point, arrived in the city Sunday from the north. ■ —j. .■ The Sage concert troupe were at Van Alstyne yesterday morning 011 their way home. They have lost two horses on the trip, and the roads have been in a terrible condition since the rain. Otherwise their tour was a very successful one. Chicago beer at F. C. J. Lebermann's. There is going to be a big "blow out"...

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

VOL. VII. " Denison, '1 exas, Wednsday Morning, April 36, 1879. ,\VAJ TA Y3 rrrr AHSON. HURRICANE AT MCKJNNF/V. M: l-'JUBI A Tornado swept Over the Town, Blowing Houses from Thoir Foundations—Groat Darnago in Coilin County. •« >v> /. ivm in-suif 1 iw fcaJtaeis i r. •> jioilr T J 01a tWFitff >i Hi Tne Following oft) EBE. 01 'A : el M - No. 49. 7 34 4AA A fresh invoice of Dress Goods at 8 2-3 cents. A Htod&dme Assortment of SillcHandk'chfs at 10c. A New Line of Parasols from 10 cents to $6.50 White, Blue and Scarlet Shetland Shawls for $1.50. 71311 JSjfWSK* ; , i„«f ,,v RI .- Tl - ^. • 7 ... V "T; QUKSTQCK OP 1 >RESS GOODS! i IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN NORTHERN TEXAS. Another Invoice of Our Custom-Made -LADIES SHOES, Just Opened. Reduced in Pice to reach all. NVbv wHI(Jyou bprf Eastern Work when you can get a WARRANTED ISBOE iar tbe feattre Price, We warrant every pair or refund ttie m6ne^/ii tlie goods are not as represented. Look out for Specialties the coming- week ...

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

1'hc Daily linns. I>*:inj«O;N. WEDNESDAY....... .APRIL 30, 1&79. Denison & Paoiflc 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 11 o'clock a m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro at 1 o'clock p. in. 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. K. S. stevens, General Manager. 11. D. mirick, General Fit. and Pas. Agt. dknis.on, texas, March 12, 1879. It i< stated that the president is preparing a message for the house of representatives vetoing the army ap- propriation bill. Three negroes got into a row on a steamboat at New Orleans; two men killed outright and the third jumped overboard and was drowned. General James P. Brownlow, lnte cavalry officer of the federal army, and son of Ex-Senator Brownlow, died at his mother's residence in Knoxville, Tenn., Saturday night. The dispatc...

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

Saddle* and Harness. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. Li Nothaf & Co., Manufacturers of HARNESS, BRIDLES & COLLARS, No. 312 Main st. DENISON, •< TEXAS. bole mauufacturers of LEIIMAN & NOTMAF'S PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE The bAst in use for stockmen. 4>17t^ ' ' Auction and Commission. CARR-'S AUCTION HOUSE, (Opposite Euper's Confectionary.) 'a BUYS and SELLS Second-Hand Furniture FURNITURE & GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. All consignments entrusted to him faith- . iullv attended to. CONSIGNED STOCKS RECEIVED DAILY. 4. 7« ' nailroadL, THE- GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE IMSSIXO TIIItOUGH r> The "naturally beautiful and most lovor- ed region of our country." Decidedly the SHORTEST LINE TO THE EASTANDSOUTHEAST AFTER JUNE 1st ItOUND TRIP TICKETS at reduced rate* will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA TERING PLACES OF EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, on al...

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

"w fmsmm*-' L*. 3£h* Jtoihj c^exu5. DKMIiiOlK. WEDNE SI)AY APRIL 30, 1879. R. TOLK BtJRHANS,City Editor. Fine pei fumes at Gultenu & Waldron's 8tf Mr. E. Forest Pecor received the intelligence yesterday of the death of an Aunt at Richmond Va. Go to Collins for the best eating pota- toes in fhe market. Gitcau & Waldron disposed of a large bill of drugs Tuesday to par-* ties doing business in the Territory. The Dcnison Institute meets Thurs- day evening at the residence of Mrf. Tone, on Gandy street. Mrs. L. T. Brown, of this city, was married at Indianapolis on the 7th inst., to Fred Dunn, of New York. Mr. R. H. Rue, has disposed of his propei ty corner^! Austin avenue and Gandy street, to Representative Foster. Philadelphia *le at F. g. J. Lebermann's. ' • ' 4' We are informed that a party will leave Sherman this Week, for the purpose of starting a weekly paper in Gainesville, ij ii". vivr' ■■ ■' Fresh strawberries always on hand at Gaiesman & Co/s What's in a name? Geor...

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

I Ij k. \i m I -*** T* UiWXli oL. V1L * Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning, Ma\ l ii *•>'lit JiUSSlAN RULE. i Marriage of Hon. Chas. D. Graeo. Most Severe Strictures Personal Liberty. Ill sc m in j Eflrtaoiiif '/ lo Wholesale rftrl A vf.lvn >fnf tl • Jit M!i ,'H"> )ud ni'Mfqjt YTHIiri .fniintitf Jam ten _ TtLo Following Specialties tlie jiw oI fjJ'id'W WEEK. :.o*o 3o v V* . - ... vl- -rrrr^ . (,)• 1 Ife 1 '"i.'f.'l" ' 'lit* 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 NORTJ3JCKN 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 geta 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 th...

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

fttf X5au V\ x\CV05. X>]£lHli90Sr. THURSDAY MAY i, 1879. A Brave Girl. Denison to Pacific Railway. Until further notice * tr«in will leave the M. K.& T. depot ilailv (Sundays ex- veptcd) at 9 o'clock a. m., arrivini; in Wliitehboro at II o'clock a. m. Return- ing. leave Whitesboro nt 1 o'clock p. in. and arrive in Denison at J o'clock p, iti. freight for Whitesboro and all western points will be received at the M. K. & T. freight de[x>l. R. S. Stevens, General Manager. It. D. Mirick, General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Denison, Texas, March 12, 1879. At Dresden, this State, last Sun- day week, the thermometer marked 96 degrees, and on the Tuesday fol- lowing 3S degrees. The San Saba News is for sale at a bargain. The chance .is a good one fot some industrious, temperate a id encrgetic printer. * It is said the New York postmas- ter is making $125 per day from his commission on selling four per ccnt. certificates. Ben Butler is over seventy years of age, and with his income of $...

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

tea*. OLmm Saddles and Harness. J. L. Nothaf & Co., Manufacturers of HARNESS, BRIDLES & COLLARS, Nt>. til Main t. DENISON, •• TEXAS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. en son's Capeirie Porous Plaster There is no doubt tfb'out the great su perloiity of this article over common po- rous plasters and other external reme- dies, such as liniments, electrical np pliances, etc. Ask physicians in your nwn locality about it. It iw wonderful. Sold by nil drugguts. Trice 25 cents Real Estate. Booili UII'J JllOCb. A.R.COLjUNS&CO., A. UftLIG, v \swraN.tm.n Jiole mauufneturers of AN KXR1T1NO UOOIC! )j0,0()0 gOJ.JH The "Wild A<lv«nf iir«m"nml ,*Trluiijpli tM < f lorfto PATENT IMPROVED IRON FORK TREE STANLEY in AFRICA i'lie best in use fbi tldfc'cliiCti. 4,iytfi 'I his only authentic nnd cofv righted ■ .i' 1 ■ j cheap edition is selling faster than any other book in America- Gives a full history of hi# "Down thft Congo " AGENTS WANTED, lor full particu- lar* and terms, Address Hubbard Hio*.,...

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

J* i/ll ffihje jpailig flexus. deSwonT THURSDAY MAY i, 1879 E. POLK BURRANS, City Editor. Fine perfumes at Guiteau At Waldron's 8i£ Miss Annie Gardner is quite and in the hands of a physician. .11, Four pecks make a bushel, but one Peck may make a mayor ; this is standard measure. We were showh yesterday, a rath- er singular freak ot nature, four strawberries growing together. They were joined by a dellicate fiber, which looked like white thread. Intelligence was received in the city yesterday of a severe storm pre vailing along the line cf the M., K. & T. northward from Muskogee. It must have turned around, as a storm set in trom the north last evening. J. P. Rockwell, D. D. Fuller and Johpny Hill, left Tuesday for Hot Springs, Ark. Call for those strawberry crackers at Gaismsn & Co.' Wood Sc Co,, alone, have sold, at retail, one hundred dollars worth ot strawberries this season. Go to Collins for the best eating toes in the market. pot*' Mr. F. E.Gurncy will leave Sher- ma...

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