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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

♦'V • 1 imison ■ ""i § 3 Vol. VI. Metos. Denison, Texas, Sunday, March 3, 1878. No. g. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. rm ► i \ Lumber Yard. JOHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Dentistry. SOWLES & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- ing, Denison, Texas. Boots and Shoes. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer 1 and deuler, Main Rtreet. UIILIG Austin Ave., bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. M A. Saddlery. L. NOTIIAF & CO., au Main street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. TOIIN H. LLOYQ, next door to Sheed- %) er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. JM. HILL, 310 Main street,Denison, • Texas. Drovers & planters* bank, Denison, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. A Tobacconist. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, •_ Denison, Texas Stationers. >D. C ZINTGRAFF. Postoffice Build- / ing, Denison, Texas. Livery Stables. " TACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. Excelsior stable. Cor. west Main st. & north Burnet ave. H Wholesale Grocers. ANNA, OWENS & CO., corner Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

iht ifailg flws. I) TC TST i ts o iv. SUNDAY MORNING. DEAF SMITH'S FAMOUS DUEL. How Mam Hnnitou'a Soaut Dropped Col. Morion of T«««d. [From the New York Sun.] Austin, Tex., Feb. 12.—Of all the famous duels ever recalled by the Sun, perhaps none was more remarkable than that fought near this city by Deaf Smith and Col. Morton. About two years after the Texas Rev- olution, a difficulty occurrod between the new Government and a portion of the people, which threatened serious consequences. Briefly, the Constitution made Austin the permanent capital, but empowered tho President to order the temporary removal of the archives in case of daugcr from a foreign enemy or sudden insurrection. Thinking that the exceptional emergenoy had arrived, as the Comanches were committing ravages within sight of the capital, President Houston, who then resided at Washington, on the Brazos, dispatched an order command- ing his subordinates to send the State records to that town. It is impossible to describe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

* V ffhr JlaiIn jftms. W" l ■■ II. ' I * 4 */ • I ( • ( ,1 }\ t denison, sunday MOliNINO. * ■ 1 NOltSE FOI7K STORIES. bv hjornstoeltne ujounson. Tho Father. Thord wm the proudeHt man in, the parish. He stood one day in the par- son's study, tall and grave. "I have a son," he said, ** and wish him chris- tened." "Whatshull Ik! his name?" " Finn, after my father." " And the sponsors." Thord told their names, and they were the best men of the parish, and women of his own kin. "Is tliero any thing moreP" asked the parson; he looked up. Thord stood a moment. "I should like to have him baptized alone," ho said. " That is to say, on a week day." " Yes, Saturday next, at 12 o'clock." " Is there any thing moreP" " No, that is all." Thord fumbled with his cap; ho was about to leave. Then the parson arose, went straight to him and grasped his hand. ?« God grant," he said, looking into his eyes, " that this child bo a bless- ing to you." with me which I want to give to the poor." He arose, laid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

S® DENISON, SUNDAY MARCH 3. 1878. We sec by the Western papers that the United States military posts at Forts Richardson and Griffin arc to be abandoned. The amount of money sccurcd by the train robbers was eleven hundred and ten dollars, as stated by Express Agent Mullane. The next regular annual meeting of the Stock Raisers' Association of Northwest Texas will be held at Graham City, Texas, on March 15th, 1S7S. Smelting has commenced at the Philadelphia mint. It fci& thought that by the middle of May the coin- age of silver dollars will be at the rate of $3,500,000 per month.' The ways and means committee have reduced the duty on silks from lifty to forty per cent. The tariff 011 spices remains unaltered. No action on sugar has been taken as yet. Delegates ftom all parts of the Methodist world will assemble in a great congress in New York, the present month, with a view to re- store the church to its original sim- plicity and holiness. The McKinney Enquirer says a few days sin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

' i V ' N ' y "if 1? *'*!> ' <1 :) Gents' Furnishing Goods. 3 '*1 buy all my clothing ot E. H. Hanria, and this is the kind of a fit I get every time 1-5 Attorn eys-at-Law. B. PERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office—North side West Main street, a tew doors below the Postoffice, DEN1SON, TEXAS. P N. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. 227 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. R o. c. r andei.l. w. m. peck. ANDELL & PECK, ATTORNEYS &COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW, Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS, 11-2 tf Dyeing and Scouring. Q* ALLIGER, DYEING AND SCOURING, Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Uhlig, DENISON, - - TEXAS. Druggists. W. M. IIAN IN A, Wholesale and retail i>nr> Rim u i) n r r u ii i) rrr u d d r r u U (1(50 OOO ii s8Su tttt IT ri n ii n n 3 T U O U O G (1 (I U O GO (i on II ii ssq DUD R R UU GGG GGG II No. ii2 Main street, DENISON, - • TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specially of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES For Med...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

Here t« a frloud shall Unlit 'or tJVee, 1<4 thou Kood follow nod muter h n. Where have I mot thou?—lot me eo— But, tuwht wliat matter? a man's u mail. Tills 1m a handluw handled uwwnl, So fill up tiiy can, unci clink with mo; ■Out with thy troubles—thou liaatniy word— Here < a friend Mbii 11 fight for time. Thirty yearn uiau-at-arma was I; XiuUivd i>tko In Flanders—rough work there— Stormed fortu, Hacked cities—pas« that by, Also the women drugged by the hair! Tlier« must be soldiers, I suppose, Hq long as kings and peoples bo; Marry, sir, 'tis a world of blows, llut here Is a triond shall tight for tliee. SVee lance,freebooter," rims the song, Writ by some skulking clerk, I wot. I never do peaceful burghera wrong, Nor kiss a woman, an' she would not; Never take purse but from the dead, That are long past spending—unlike me, "Who ncoji not your gold, but good instead, Ko|" here is the ti'iend shall flght for tlloe. What knaves be these? No friends of mine. I'll parley with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

'* ■ \ vl i v> V JL <> ► % <•> - v * A * M 4 Mylhs Are But Rfiuboli of Truth. An the scholar see# lu tliu vain but beautiful mythologies of the ancli-uU tho emlxxJit'd ex- pressions <it the hungry human soul, blindly groping after the iitthiitu, mo the physlelau ee lu that uopular myth of the sixteenth century tun fountain of perpetual health and youth—an expression of the longings of Buf- fering humanity fcr a remedy that should for- ever prevent thn Incursion of dlttease. Tlio wilds of Kurope were ransacked for thin won- derful fountain, and Ponce do Loon sought for it In the cypress-bivamps and tangled over- laden of our sunny Florida. Men have searched for it everywhere and anywhere but where It really is—In the human body Itself, "lie blood Is the real fountain of perpetual health and youth. When this source is cor- rupted, tlio painful and sorrow-producing ef- fects arc vtslblo in many shapes. The multi- farious forms lu which it manifests itself would form s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 3 March 1878

ilj." The Lata Lecture. THE RED RIVER AND RID GRANDE lily |]Uius. JENISON. SUNDAY MARCH J, 1878. Horseradish in bulk at Gaisman & Co's. Just come in, Newport ties, at Sherburne's Shoe Store, Seventy-eight through passengers per M., K. & T. Saturday. ♦ Four car loads of cotton were shipped to Chicago Saturday. ■in. ' — ♦ Misses' custom made shoes fully warranted by the Star store. Don't fail to see them. Judge Kirk was kept exceedingly busy Saturday, disposing of quite a number of civil cases. Go to J. J. Collins' for your gar- den seeds. New and fresh. Misses' custom made shoes fully warranted by the Star store. Don't fail to see them. Mr. Ragland, whose mysterious disappearance from this city several months ago, was reported at the time, is said to be in Sherman. Mrs. S. M. Larkin returned from the North Friday, where she has been spending the fall and winter with kinfolk. The editor of the Huntsyille Item is economical ot space, and condens- es his matter by abbreviations....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 March 1878

- i r*F. —.— I 4 4 %' r> ✓ i i \ 4 r . t, t J *♦ > #? / $ t I 1 a T '"l > f Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday, March 5, 1878. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Lumber Yard. rOHN R. CAR It, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Dentistry. RHKA.Pt ipjj, Denison, Texa . SOWLES & RHKA, Pettigrtw's Build- ioK. Dei Boots and Shoes. H fjHKRUUKNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UHI.rG Austin Ave., bet. Main • anil Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. M A Saddlery. f L. NOTHAF & CO., 213 Main . street, Denison, Texas. Photographer. George perkins, east side Rusk avenue. Gunsmiths. SHEEDER & BEEBE, West Main st.. south side. Pawnbrokir and Jeweler. Rn. brown, No. 2j3 Main street, • Denison, Texas. Music Teacher. 1.3rof. M. l.werner. Office with A the Daii.y News. Nursery. ENIhON nursery, one-half mile north Of Main street. Medical. VEGETINE Purllles the Mood, Renovates and Invigorates the Whole System. D Its mcdical properties are ALTERATIVE, TONIC, SOLVENT AND BiUfiETiO. * . Tailoring. JOHN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 March 1878

f The J3ailij 31 cms. ' 1)10 IN I HO IN, TUESDAY MARCH 5. 1878. Ex-Senator Ben Wade died Sat- urday morning at Jifferson, Ohio. The propriety of doing away with the corporation of Tyler is a ques- tion discussed in the Courier. Saturday was the forty-second an- niversary of the declaration of inde- pendence of Texas. Andrew J. Houston, son of Gen. Sain Houston, was married to Miss Carrie Purnell, daughter of Marshal Purnell, in Austin, one day last week. The suit of Mr. CustisLee against Frederick Kauffman and others for the recovery of the Arlington estate, which was baught in under direct tax sale by the government, was be- gun in the United States District Court, before Judge Hughes, in Al- exandria, Saturday. A Havana special says the insur- gent forces at Remedios, under Ca- zelo, will surrender their arms on the 5th inst. The insurgent chiefs, Jelerez and Sanchez, with four thou- sand two hundred men, seventy-one women and thirty children, have surrendered in the neighborhood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 March 1878

1 i V I 1. ' / h I I ♦< TV 'V Gents' Furnishing Goods. '•1 buy all my clothing of E. H. Hanna, and this is the kind of a fit I get every time 1-5 Attorneys-at-Law. B. PERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office—North side West Main street, a lew doors below the Postoflice, DENISON, TEXAS. jP N. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. *27 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. o. c. rand six. w. m. puck. ANDELL & PECK, R ATTORNEYS &COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW, Main street, DENISON, • - TEXAS, 11-2 tf Dyeing and Scouring. ALLIGER, DYEING AND SCOURING-, Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Uhlig, DENISON, - - TEXAS. Druggists. W . >1. II ANNA, Wholesale and retail DDR RHH U U <)()() HQIJ II sSSo TTTT i i n it u u o o n g ii 2 t n D ERR U U O O II SSa T V D R K U U O OO C flfl II s 5 T lino r r uu oao ogg ii bss!j t No. 112 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specially of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES For Medicinal Pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 March 1878

The Daily B cms. l)K!MKON. TUESDAY MARCH 5, 187S. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. TK AIMS. Through Express i 9:30 a. m. Accommodation a. m. Way Fr't and Accommod'nj 8:35 P. m. Frcight ...... I j /15 p. m . Freight | i :ao A. M. | akkivk. | dkpart. 5 :jo • 4:00 A, m 7:30 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 6:50 p. m. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. Express (daily) I 5:00 p. m.1 10:00 a. m. Stock Train i 0:15 p. m. 2:30 p. m. \\ .is Freight >| 9:00 A.M.I 3:45 A.M. Through Sleeping Car to and from Chicago, Quincy, Hannibal and St. Louis attached to Ex- press.' HiiHiiM rtM Notice. Alter this date nil notices of lod^e meetings, (special meetings) tributes of respect, obituary notices over ten lines, and all publications ot this character will be charged for at the rate of five cents per line, (which is half rate) for each loser* ion. Head this, and don't forget. We have to ive and puy our printers, and there is no rcasou why we should work tor nothing. DenisoH, March 15, 1877. Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 March 1878

Dcrason Hailii X c toe. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wednesday, March 6, 1878. No. 11. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Lumber Yard. JOHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison. Texas. Dentistry. SOWLES & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- ing, Denison, Texas. M A Boots and Shoes. H. SlIERHUKNE, manufacturer • and dealer, Main street. UHLIG. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. JL. NOTHAF & CO., 21a Main • street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. JOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. JM. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, ■ Texas. Banks. Drovers & planters' bank, Denison, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. A Tobacconist. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, • Denison, Texas E Stationers. D. C ZINTGRAFF. Postoffice Build- ing, Denison, Texas. Livery Stables. JACK GALLAGHER S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. Excelsior stable. Cor. west Main st. & north Burnet ave. H Wholesale Grocers. ANNA, OWENS & CO., corner Main street n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 March 1878

rr—r The Daily Tlcws. i>i:r\iK<*rs. WEDNESDAY MARCH 6, 1878. The Miami Savings Bank, of Cin- cinnati, has failed. Liabilities, $170,000; assets, $18,000. The committee on coinage, weights and measures, has resolved to report • in favor of an increase in the facili- ties for coinage. This looks to full work at New Orleans and at Char- lotte. The Globe-Democrat says an in- telligent jury in one of our circuit courts, yesterday, refused to obey the instructions of the court, because some of the jurors "would not find a verdict in favor of a railroad com- pany, under any circumstances." Col. J. L. Hayes, Collector of Customs at Brownsville, was before the Military Committee of the House on Monday. His testimony is to the effect that the present force on the border could not safely be rednced at present. _ The Marshal Herald says: There seems to be a compromise on foot between Gov. Nicholas and the President. Nicholls is to pardon the Returning Board scoundrels, on condition that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 March 1878

—— V Gents' Furnishing Goods. J < \ 4 *■ * i w> > I V • \] 61 M 3 I buy all my clothing of E. H. Hnnnn this is the kind of a fit I get every 1 *S. Attorneys-at-Law. B. PERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office—North side West Main street, a tew doors below the Postoffice, DENISON, TEXAS. P* N. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. 327 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. R G. C. RANDELL. W. M. l'ECK. ANDELL & PECK, ATTORNEYS 4 COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW, Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS, 11-2 tf Dyeing and Scouring. ALLIGER, DYEING AND SCOURING, Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Uhlig, DENISON, - - TEXAS. Druggists. W. M. IIANNA, Wholesale and retail mm hrb u u <;<jo noo II sSSK TTTT ii n u it it it u 11 n it t D I) H R Q U U GO G 11 K I) n KHR U U G If nHSu 1) I> R R U U G GO G GG II s 9 DDI) R R UU GC1G GGG II BSSs No. 112 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specially of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 March 1878

€ r r i*. |5he |JaU JUws. DENISON. WEDNESDAY MARCH 6, 1878. t.O.Q.T. I1ENISON l.ONE STAR LODGE NO. m.- .Meets every Thursday e vitality at their Hull, No. j(u Main Street. W. L. Coahlky, W. Scc'y. A.T. Budlong, W. C. T. RYST\L SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meets every Mi aday evening at their Hall. No. 394 Main Street. 11. S. SOVVLES \V. Sec'y. W. K. Simmon, W. C.T. Open Lodge Meeting on «v«ry lovrth W«dne«- 4 ay of each month. Horseradish in bulk at Gaisman & Go's. Misses' custom made shoes fully warranted by the Star store. Don't fail to see them. Ten carloads of freight passed down the road for Bellplain, Mon day, and five carloads on Thursday. The Atoka Independent says there is a movement on foot to build a cotton factory in the Terri- tory, and urges the advantages of Atoka for such an enterprise. Ioe. Salisbury is prepared to furnish pure lake ice, in any quantity, and will deliver the same at any point within the corporation. 6-6t A large force is engaged in laying telegraph wir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1878

fit V -1 A > * 1> r 9 > ( f ♦ l?v > \ Y Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday, March 7, 1878. No. 12. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Lumber Yard. "OHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Dentistry. ^OWLFS & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- J ing, Denison, Texas. Boots and Shoes. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer • and dealer, Main street. UHLIG. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. M A Saddlery. ' L. NOTHAF & CO., 213 Main • street, Denison, Texas. J J Tailoring. OHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, • Texas. Banks. ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK, Denison, Texas. D F RIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. A. Tobaooonlst. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, Denison, Texas. E Stationers. D. C ZINTGRAPF, Postoffice Build- ing, Denison, Texas. J E Livery Stables. ACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west Main st. & north Burnet ave. H Wholesale Grooers. ANNA, O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1878

The Daily |Xcius. DEN ISON, THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1878. The Smoke House Tax. The complaint about what has been aptly termed "the Smokehouse Tax" is being revived. It is with- out question an odious tax, and the law will no doubt be amended next year. We think, however, that an important lesson may be learned from this law, for it shows how easy it is for men not veised in law mak- ing, and in drawing up legal docu- ments, to do the very thing they do not intend to do. The farmers in the Legislature ha;l the most to do with the drafting of this portion of the bill, as we understand, and con- sequently the farmers of the Stale cannot lay the blunder to the legal fraternity. The trouble with the law is that it taxes a farmer's hogs and the corn he feeds them, and then the meat after it is cured. For example, this fall the assessor will assess the farm- ers' hogs and his corn, next year after he has killed his hogs the as sessor will drop around and assess the meat in the smokehouse, hence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1878

Gerfts' Furnishing Good*. f J i f t > < > V / 4 >& •IF n a 3 '•1 buy all my clothing of E. H. Hnnna and this is the kind of a fit I get every time 1-5, Attorn eys-at-Law. B. PERSON, ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Office—North side West Main street, a tew door6 below the Postoffice, DEN1SON, TEXAS. JP N. ROBERTSON. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. *27 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. R g. c. randkll. w. m. l'kck. ANDELL & PECK, ATTORNEYS &COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW, Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS, 11-2 tf Dyeing and Scouring. Q* ALLIGER, DYEING AND SCOURING, Austin avenue, next door to Aug. Uhlig, DENISON, - - TEXAS. Druggists. W. M. IIANNA, Wholesale and retail odd huh it u noo ii ss8„ tttt i) d k it u u rs o n g 11 S ® 'r n n rub u u r. n 11 °ssa t i> d n k u u o 00 o on 11 R ; t hod ii ii uu oou ooo ii bsss t No. 112 Main street, DENISON, - - TEXAS. The best selected stock of DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS In the City. We make a specialty of PURE WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES Fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1878

jc JJaily f|*W5. ^ENI80N| THURSDAY MARCH 7 1878. I.O.O.T. DBNISON LONK STAR LODGE no. tyj.— MeeU ev*rv Thursday evening ut their IlaU, No, 104 Main Street. W. L. Coaklbv, W. Sec'y. A. T. Budlono, W. C. T. KYST AL SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meet* every M< eday evening at their Hail. No. Main Street. H. 8. SOWLE8 W. Sec'y. W. E. Simmon, W. C.T. Open Lodge Meeting on ererv lourth Wednea- day of each month. BilinNl Notloe. Atter this date all noticea ol lodge meetinga, (apecial meeting*) tributes o( reaped, obituary noticea over ten Tinea, and all publications ot thla character will be charged for at the rate of five eents per line, (which is half rate) for each inscr- ion. Read this, and don't forget. We have to ive and pay our printera, and there ia no reason why we should work tor nothing. Denlsoa, March 15, 1877. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. trains. Through Express Accommodation • Way Fr't and Accommod'n Freight ... Freight akk1vk. 9:30 a. m. i) .01 a. m...

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