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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 April 1887

mW s® H =±=t ító's^-í'jw'^'í' '®siE^v!táíiffl5BíB®E®^,-,;'-^ ,^iíí'; — ■ : f ss OFFICE (te PUBLICATION: 8UMNKU BUIMHHO. 116 BA8T HOUSTON 8THEST, SU BUM AN. TEXAS. > ; ■ m VOL. 2. ,;. 'V' •' = lili SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, ¡' í 'C''' ''' ': " if> —' STEIIÍWAY AND FISCHER PIANOS. mWM^ THE BEST INSTRUMENT IN TÍIE y "* Do not bo persuaded to buy any other I'ijiuo until yon havecallod at onr storeor have written and obtained our prices unci torra . It íb POSI T1VELY to YOUR INTEREST to do tlii¿' :.m I IS t: - ;¡:r When You Want Anything in the Drug Line —.; •, tirt^ ——-—- DRUG STOBE, South Travis Street, SHBBMA S TEXAS. im Hp 0&W&r: EÉ^íñl' >\ , §%■' V, |T:iV ■Hi' Spfeii' M'* B m % Centennial Refrigerator, ''4M s i 'H Hi -O^JFZCIS OiF- I ■■f i'iU r : St. Louis Agricultural anil : ASSOCIATION Sr. Louis, Octobcr 15tb, 188G. This is to certify, ihiit oiijtho lOtli day of September, 138G, I sealed the Refrigerator, exhibited byMr. W. Grayson, Representative of the St. Loui...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 April 1887

hongs over this, aii HobiIod 01* mm. r— ,v ,1« unjnst we «ay, liltfet •M0rtMk. -■■ '■u Wmm ft^li • i - r oenti per line HE EÜ m v r ,i In our town. the cry is for ^^^Eto" nd city wmmmmm ÚI 1 OL ' •A'r •'• ell in it causing suffer- . of ¿Mineas. ——— i ■ commissioners are de the roed lew. i l%ie press to inform Bro. i new jail-is progress- r> gather and the rain ell will be Well for ufcv' i greet heart of Texas grows out > stricken west end bide them on jnet e little longer. Éffi^pmp^asaeaHBHBsa ehaoghtj man that yon do op to him end he will not he oen look down upon 1 ' more grateful to the of * men trying to reform than * kindness and enoourogo " beet town in the State conldn't if there were a local disagree ~~~ ~nt among ¡ta people on matters of ■. Sii Tai tragedy north of Sherman, in Indian Territory is one which timee were Tbs people of the west have cour age end the Rioisua trusts they will their firesides. It can not •IwSys be thus; there is an ending somewhere. naeeaaeoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 April 1887

mm mm -Si '"i'l 4 ■ ■ ■ • • •' # •it" M id of- IH, of of- & nq, on, >er, p. vol and iritb ■ in an ■M bo 100 aent icres «fe# IwWBWl III BlM i i'ií,?;" fí i ¡'i i" '&i imiw m+m ' ^ flp " i iMkm 1 .•¿MPS3 I™ I ;«l FARM ANIMJABDEN. Seeding tbe Grass In EnrJy «prln . Some farmers sow their grass seed ! tn tho snow, trusting to tboeren dis- tribution thereof by the downward tendency of Wife and tlia usa of the (arm roller for covering after the frost ; las finished upheaving the soil, but it 8 doubtful if the práctico oi sowing llover and other grass seeds so'early in Jbe season is the proper mode. Al- hongh such seeds do not caaily loose rjtality, yet there Is damage doné by he cold, and the hungry bird* do not nlsa tho opportunity to toko their lharo, while the proper "catch" large- ly depends upon the condition of the It has boon demonstrated that when r'" v he harrow is used over the gi'owing >•-• -vheat early In the spring theresult is lenefioial, and it is when the whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 April 1887

FfiTOT):* -vV ' Í '*•.tf V ISJi The style# of where the to aodermiue Th#«i '* HiW^ old be atated that the not to the known, but it i true that within a few been an much improvement in oon strncting ready Jade clothe.;« in the arta and sciences, and there are few first class tailors who can cut and make as good or as stylish a garment as can be found at The FittingvBooms of Jake W. Levy & Bro. Our honest endeavorsto sell only the beBt suits, accounts for our growing trade, and the confidence of all classes, already gained, is a feather in our business fflmw$ iit mm iiW'-Jiiti e monotony. MM mmKL oka the Picaynne, a good cigar for 5 cents. Berry Loukford eat Lamar added to Several new names are the RkoistebjS subscription list every day. ¡)V'I': ■ i" ?■■■ cap that will continue to wave side by side with the flowers that bloom in -V~ room ■KBI ► I'1' ' ™ V' t Alma House an'a improvement tforeau is to be fully organised tomorrow, and then Sherman can have a foundation whose chief en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 April 1887

m Él m ■ '•'.v,v ". Y:~ i.'V v |:|ii '"M $¡¡a ■•■;•> íl ed ■f s; IS 0W Texaa. Snlw 1 " " 8**b*T, 8hb ir.-. ■• oípxoe ojt pübuoation: sumner büiwhlm. 1 ba8t mmmk í?«K3®É STEiprWAYAND FÍSOHEB PIANOS. THK BEST INSTRUMENT IN THE WORLD. Bh iv® {ser i Sil teMaiBiiii • qaapfo -v>- ^ f.?* Do not be persuuded to buy any , other Piano until you huve coiled at our storoor have written and «ibtainod our prices and terms. It is POSI TIVELY to YOUR INTEREST to do this. v PWmiiffiBli! Courts íiPÉá State [; ollowing dim toowr; W/>' .wjáSuá! IBM PR1' r ■ ¡Hot iiwai&i a# , M > When You Warit Anythin? in the Drug Lino 'S'y.-M-r m'" ffF" i i u>-<y ♦ jl jjcrw «3 ' er. >o<nt«. •« I ^ South Travis Street, SH1ÍRMA.N, TEXAS. ifi m- Centennial Refrigerator, 1'C m -OFFIGE OF f St. Louis Agricultura! and " ' ' ' ABSOOIATIOIsr St. Louis, October 15tb, 188G. This is to certify, that on tho 10th day of September, 1880, I sealod the Refrigerator, exhibited by Mr. W. Grayson, Representat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 April 1887

. líwHC $88«i BHHÍHHMÍ 9§.y MmmikNjm*:. ■ \^T,'.' FñfHetor.' 2 ■ Jutted É sfew'. fa. • .• y jfrjísc ¿ÍÍ t5| fifi -wHi iSÍM, Sil .*■■ •• .: oents perlino w «¡Si :a;)s 'V' ■" 0.í i,.. now ¿•■•y' '>•' I W$ tertn ap - .„ , ÍV¡^. ¡#Ví are in Deni 5 trade of Sherman le trade of Sherman is r. to the He f nations. mann Divide your cal Waffle by ten, _ and true amoant drank wifl be fonnd. „ii ,II,i i... gas Th* Bollville Timee says "whisky is said to be the only sure oare for snáke bites." II prohibition is parties should be or fishing A great many men go fishing "and as snakes are worse at fishing places than elsewhere, it would be wrong in the law to permit inen to risk their lives, when the means of protection is at hand. Cir a take snake before they , are bit by a snake and in case a snake bites them MetapU ' '.Vi 7'}?: A - . r exempt from its action, it is the snake that dies. most always be the first 1.1®* PPP fire bugs; they > any community. are in a bad condition i and should b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 April 1887

ISMm ■'•••"'I I I ' ' m 4 m lot •fl kit. Ivit sti |the fill- et. 10 «v If lót Tjrttl- lone- aved, And and I This í ■ r v. i # KM ^ i ® íl . MI¡|S¡¡1 ¡|?^J in« among ladies, 11 Habit Becotñtnjr Mor® nmt Mor . General in America., A recent inoldunta,!, stutemeut maje ' un authority whose opportunity of S^i fifi: ind 5 4 looms, 111 and lo, ol- rooms, mst of tss. of- • • • of T."& "'0 y terms, tivation, timber,, cheap. or, dwel- hree and one with acres in water on c s, can be Iroad, 100 lermanent. 100 acres ior houses, two good in is cheap "j|| ,h and over | hp- , t 'mm by ai m observation, loaves nó < doubt'. ft* to ito truthfulness disclose* the fact that the practice of smoking among American; ladies is becoming more mid move general. The obsorvor. who is a lady of tho hlgliost standing iu Now York, ' says: "Moro Aniorlcau women srnoka cigarettes, and often cigars, than the , world wots of. Only a few morning# ' ago I sat in the boudoir of one of the best-known W0p°n in New Yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 April 1887

Committee Did day- of bmldinjr w ■ w r—-n~ iwvmmm Iff half com 4 Cook cannot be rarpused in tne rece . ■ committee mmm FSpS Mil I court kW y*\$ &$&>${ *8 <py j i are are. rftba I iwiMñrdtá pe rewaraea. ■■HHiiHkM ttlut night. • round house and divisional i tHKfr from Bonham. a bard steady pull for every citizen of the city. i services at 1 the East i Methodist Church1 tonight i • ; i... yard gatea might be kept libegronnda beautified. 1 i' - yesterday was of great the gardens in this vipinity. i court officers have been buey , last few days serving subpoe - ' "" Alliance mill deciaion ban ere comment on the streets , down all of the defective they look bad and are dan Mercantile Bureau will be a p to every investment of an. ' Freight traffic is reported aa being good on all the roads leading in and otttol Sherman. The whole city should unite its ef forts to the single aim of makings city, in reality, of itself. The ooal field of the Indian Terri •ory will be a bonanza f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 April 1887

J - ■ ■ I 1 I i >w. mM ■y%rj r M I 4 ül mm m j¡sé 111 m ■•fwg í^fwls vi I I v#S a i .y. -J¡Mí 4 xas. r. int$. 3 JE Si KM KM :== '"■¡«iímw'TÍ ", ¥ jl'~. í; 9KS ::: = = a^wBKSSk gg^MgieiMí s VOL, 2. in STE "X" OBG-AIíTS i.r'' v-vi^ílíw¿li"'i ni WIVMÁ füUj text or tee .'-, ■: TEINWAY AND FISOHEB PIANOS. ¡rwS '■" J WW"¿. : «j Transfers jíf ViiHtdif—Otbv Matters THE BESTINSTRUMENT IN THE WORLD. pí:::. WíSjj#* >vjj#:i:ü V. _ wcrac IL MU 4 £#., 737 lú St, Whén You Want Anything in the Drug Line TRY — MÉEfe- tefe DRUG STORE, South Travis Street, • SHERMAN, TEXAS. OFFICE OF- u St. Louis Agricultural and " ' * ' ASSOCÍATIOU l*t i St. Lodis, October 15tb, 1886. Tp< This íh to certify, that on tbe 10th day of September, 188Ü, I sealed the Refrigerator, exhibited by Mr. W. GrayBon, Representative of the St. Louis Refrigerator uud Wooden (Jutter Company, at tho 17th Exposition and Fair of tbe St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Association. On tbe date aforesaid the said Refrigerator c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 April 1887

Éfí&¿ÍÍ¡lí' «SÉ í iwii I i"-1-' ;■•• -■■''■ : * V .'"., ' y- bleiuonth- i vanan y b, . iOllMii i-, 3: /r,.:,V A ■■ ■ ' 1 , ■ ^*yT\" «fflffi&'r.v'- uotton. t reduo- ...; *■•■*•••••. mssm H%¡ i •' i W, - - - - L ' — ■*■%# r i* «r ■■ í? « « 't : v . . ae " -ceka, - ... 40 " £& ow- ,_r -JUL. ^ i; ■ cents per line ' • • • : .i «- ♦ n " «-* BKHcla^mi&tíiy ¡- an overgrown -" V. 'I- ; . A „«. tute lor home bught to actuate him in doing all in bis power Ü to protect it. s^mWWMmmsmgmaSBssx - - our common city in working Am weeks longer at the farthest i:-'-' ^j «-- «— delivery will be in fnll §1® Hyi'n v« r the fight which is to terminate be one in whioh there shall ■ • :/ r : j gets on the mud at i&ga " Jit never throw lie man on the other side. _____ Th* people should come right op to the front and put in their boat and hardest strokes for Sherman. anything that prohibits a man from, doing as he chooses, feels that the State made a mistake in not passing license. i? Thk ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 April 1887

VSyl I < ü l ■"I •' ' ul id id lift |ma, ind of- of Of- P."Ar fcrms. Ltiqi), pnber, ioap. Idwel |e and ümm^¿bíí! i, ,iíi in ii «se ®® ife'r.-vv;' mfk m $i&M |M: on c II 111* tlib Supreme Court* fSil The members of the Supreme Couil ofthe United States, with théir ¡mm* diate relatives, are like a great family _ They are companions for life, la thi •nature of the ease, and they have al Mi^Én-y recognized this fact in their so , cial relations.. They are all on inti mate t-erm&ithuy share mutual aorrowi and joys; lht>y know each other'i .homes almost as well as their own, they all take a kindly interest in thi puptifi arid private affairs of each oth er, and tlioy. all conspire to maintair the dignities and the traditions o: ' their little circle. When the son of Mr Justice Strone, of the Supreme Court, was married !>y the Hon of Mr. Justic< - Harlan, of the Supreme Court, the grandson of Justice Grier of thesu premo court being the beet" man, thf members of the sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 April 1887

from wider him. He t the] ' ■ Jpnrttbf| mWÍ"y | "*% ^¡®| f-k 'I s rk oo ,fxKKt..- WM ywy ■ fOOf - m ,;'"í , uk«iiki •jViTU SilpfW TOmjKJ'T ^ e mBmm S«S lyjviv*'y 11-">*ví ••, /.•*£ n'i-'ti' jví ••• ■ ' SSR>sí®&$ 'wfeJ&w-W JwwK^wJfy ■ [-««¡Pfi r '" ' are reported woot down to Mo- mmmmm "«£3fc": :- >P - _ . ffitfi V V last night. —L, for 8bermañ. ...with the wiz- hcrasetonight. special train, it W§HH' be pat on P iuuiuivu| iriu owu w pu« vu gain, —rBdewalk ordinance in being 1 fend the sidewalks hate been jared. * - v ■■ I, ., '| r I ,,...... ., . I, ■ ■• Uniform the police force; it will i Sherman more of a metropolitan I She Boud .1 M«w .l U I. M. 0. A. met ,t L.Tdli«'. ás rreeeni. ai LeTellier, •"7 ^ " 9 :: ViWrJ } '..;"::st\ w-u It is rumored that Sherman will have a through fast express St Louis. Send your orders for printing, etc. fe, to the Rioistsr office, No. 116 East i street Don't fail to be at the opera house ;ht to ' see Zera Semon and the Marionettes. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 April 1887

Kflr-V S'■ tV/Kíí&1l!fí9Í%nJ 'r £'..tltí-t!Í' 7??g?-,sa m Mmmw I^MbBSS! ^4B¡£3 y'; i, ®WjWÍ^^W|®^vP ^jC.'V, i; ly^irw v1,■ ttMWBttjSyf* 'rt<jB|W?¡pffiWgyv BBj,,r,v-i,lrr—;/: ¡Bp - j 3,■ ,.-í.¿>.,>1.^~ OFFIOB. Of PUBLICATION: SUMNER BUILDINO. 115 A8f HOUSTON 8THHBT, SHERMAN, T«A8. = }m VOL. 2. Mr MR " ' ' ■'■ 'V ' ' 1 '""' V 1 " ■ ' SHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, fHHi ^^ÜEU. ■; ,■■":■ , .-u. v •'.■ O JcC> Q* -A--I£?r S ai^BHBah«Mtyi PBa^>,¡MÍ ■ " ¡M¡ :'"M'"'" |Éa¡¡ PMii STEINWAY AND FISCHER PIANOS. #• ü lISSII I^Sx H ' iÉp TBSaft THE BEST INSTRUMENT IN THE WORLD. IBS i t ir™ t / ' \ • ; ' When You Want Anything in the Drug Line rr s, BSte&if;-! TRY EÜi I ■ *| site r V iras&iSi'; DRUG STORE, Sooth Travis Street, SHERMAN; TEXAS. Ef.■ Centennial Refrigerator *—■ - .a* OFFICE OF í ,r St. Louis Agricultural and " ' ASSOOIATIOlsr St. Loüih, October 15tb, 1Ó8G. 4 Tbis is to certify, that on tbe 10th iluy of September, 188(5,1 sealed tbe Refrigerator, exhibited by Mr. \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 April 1887

i ' .. byeuitoor m Id BATEE . ■UH $2.00 per inch, i«. *bove ratea. MATTEB. - iSHIw ,011M*, . . 16 ■P*: *-■- * Jo • • - • 4U - ' . - 66 per Une- lo cents. Three oent per Une ■ 10 of the legislante ia that again be afflicted with Awfol thooght 1 ia apparently backing out ithe Hayti affair, having reduced ^. roaiion to " Haytian ■ latter the raise. i ere., hot against Lord for sanctioning eviction «states. It may be remarked lordship is at a point (Canada) i they can hot easily get at him. Babbktt, under whose at Edwin Booth has béen this season,saya Booth's net •hare of the profits of the season will not be less than $300,000, Bather a neat year's work. But such genius on. ./ ■■: The wholesale trade of Sherman is growing faster than that of any other oity of like size in the State of Texas. This is a fact, and it doesn't require eight columns of advertising to let the people know it, _nor does it re quire a map and thirteen imagioury railroads to create the belief that the statement i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 April 1887

flfli ;r ■S:J ■« ;- i ;:".«5v kw lot b: 4^ Id 5 pms, [ and of- |otns, nt of .. of- T. A eriHB. ution, imbcr, cheap. dwol oe and o witb icrea in ater on can bt' >ad, 10ft man on t 00 acres houses, ivo good is cheap nd ever • u Uonffre .«maii Browne ot Virgin, Was Elected. Prom the Baltimor* Herald. Congressman-elect Browne, of th« Ninth Virginia District, will probably he recognized-as the beat poker-plaver in congress when he goes to Washing- ton. He baa the reputation of having a more profound knowl dge of the science of the «ame and having raked in more big poU than any other man in the state. He comea from the mountainous Southwestern portion of the State, where poker is cultivated as assiduously as the meager crops And where a knowledge of the gam* S regarded as a necessary part of «very man' education. ' Hi? election to Congress was due in a great measure to his poker reputa tioiv In every place Browne Went to he ■fyas cheered almost as much by Dem- ocrats as Republicans, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 April 1887

m m S1S11 thtir lineu mmmg. V,v «e in St. viSnivH més&M known -ííütK'M ■ — fepsfeí' ^ V v-, ftBto omy u «kgunt The court house yard fa in é miwr •Mel Ely*1 SiMP everything . ^ .. .... ( The eecond story of House is looming up. the IT Boiler Old papers (or sale at this office. ■■"i. ■ ~ , .1. I . ,. , ■ m foundation for the new vault It rapidly. * ' of «ilTérware at Jos. Line Don't miss seeingZera Semon at the opera house tonight. The best 8,10 or 15 cent smoke in the town at A. B. Richards & Co. Tiy our Madelon and Big Bass, The streets of a city are looked at more than anything else you want a good 5 cent smoke, try the Picayune cigar. Sold by lÁnkford & Berry. Careful estimates place the proba- ble majority against prohibition io Grayson county at 1,500. We will ip all probability cast 12,000 votes. A full line of ladies and gents shoulder braces at Lankford & '■ wn, but it is Jgf tbe art/and «oiencee, and there are few first class tailors who can cut make as-good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 April 1887

ÉP i in B/ffi 'Am>SL í # H * n i WrfflSI v:v.y V •~d^^Pi^wÉ .-i í*< ir . .' ¿üW".' H ■B:I1S *Sív 1 jJÍw HUIR 2/líínVví' 'íiíe&^Wuwi S ffH I m ISilfe f^SSc±si& Stfi ■ '■ V ■ 1 ' I1V0L.:2.®í;?'«:'-, :' ■■■■■■ *'; ■'¡>'íi" i■ i'!^,')'i>.w"''/HI'^Ü,' him OFFICE Of 1'OJILIOATIOÑ: HilMNBH BÜttMSf . 118 KA8T HOUSTON 9TKBET, SUBBMAN, TBI A 8. ■■■?.:■■. ■.1 ,,'■■■ .i1...''' ■.'' ■ ^«V $H 'M spssssx- Tnr-ií".,,'1 ... .—~ mm£m& BBKM MHIi ::' :, I"";"l"|l|l| 1 , '"¿¿,. ", : , "■ ■",' ",1 ii'iiiiM>i y«i > 7; i1 jf ■ y; mm ~ "V<> ** v. .:' •'«•'V.-.'í í Wm É&mm, / ■:; -. ■ ■■. ■ *' ■ ÉfTEINWAY AND FISCHER of their ftrat attention lo aidewalk* tmii-r & ftUu^tfOOtS. lililí y ; m> IB Ta* county roftda are. public a# S«KHU wí núes upop which all comm ® '-re .[b? . K-' \ * lia V^V'l WTPVViPiliI -HP. ,. - iPI- - - , > „ vr. - oitv council which takes charge :«jr .•< MBHMl $ BW mm í V ■' i TM w BSffiStertrtr «íds? steés mmmssmSmmmm Whon Ycu Want Anyth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 April 1887

•traffic. The i « «11 sil I In I MWM m if Mo b month* KéflfiH "•asB f," '■ - K^™1- .,'li ', *¿,«;,' i —*— r«tó. toe time. - - - 10 cento. i to". • • :; . . . . 25 " I , ... . 40 «' to, . , - ■ 66 \ i or over, Throe cents per line ® for mob Insertion. '■•'.?'■ - • OUB EAILEOADB. The outlook (or Sherman is bright, and wo Bay this without fear of con- In a few more day the between this city and the great "t *e8i0n °' th& 8tat® I be closed, and a second and com f line giren our people. The extension of the. Mo. Pa- i is completed and has been form- accepted by the management of road, and the officials of the tinental railway, anticipating the desires of that section even before aey i had had time to express it, have ¡about to so arrange the schedule ad connections that the purchasers from Henrietta, St. Joe and other points west of Gainesville and on the line of the new branch, can oome to Sherman, their natural point of desti- nation. as early, if not sooner in the day, than at any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 April 1887

MHÉ1 * .«áp. 4 Í3H®P l'TO HI rap IwVf.lv I i 1 <¿®mm h%Wfr¿¡ ÍQ®! Mi mm sfer "■ 16 It. he bw lot- |u « ;Jvwwra «fa I I ' 'I Wj. * b« mig# &S4wSM&h m wmm. VA — FML Whorldaja'i =—= UOMESTIC HINTS. incident íífiüE^tAJT, tilo' historian, «««eiau- •loa at Palermo. . yf- - RPPÜ Robeiít IÍONNBB has bo n offered •100,000 io.-M.aua 8. , , Jg£| Pat Sjieedy made $15.000 by Joht, '.! Sullivan's tr'p to California. *'1 i^y1 y1 "*'''>i"''_i'i""j*' Bechetauy Manning rojoioad in the ^_| Jrth of aiwlhur grandson during hia ( , visit to Albany. ■ Mkssjib. Fisji and Pikb are appropri- ately named mrrabers of tho California *3 h Commission. A woman lias just been guillotined in ; Franco. Slid was the first woman exe ftutod in that country slnoo 1872. Tiib members of tlio Japaneso Lega- tion at Washington find a great fasci- ion in tUb American game of poker. TiiB oldest man in the Yale FresU- man Ciáis is thirty years and two tnonlhH, and the youngest filteon years •nd ton months. ')v>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 April 1887

'■ w'^3S!3kí"«Í „ J plunk, adopted at Galte bat tbef«ct re iin« ;|hatl %'4'W p|| , Of tbo Petoncm House, of Pari , was in the city today, ahak friends. Saturday ajjp.V-fe 'jjjaBg'ffswl' Vintage at of GaineirilJe, is in -k fe r~7— ' —57—,. . ate,v e chilly this I "--' 'W..W ■SSHP^ ¡MF* visited ^Sl| tothi state. sidewalks should be built with of dp as of dol AJI seems to havé quieted down in be Indian Territory. Xt&MwW"; iffife' ••■"■«'i ■ m iii iiuní i! nú if ' ■ Wheat crops show encouraging ,: . ■ - ■■'■■> ■ -— np' o schools of Sherman are all in a most prosperons condition. the Denisonites were in r attending to business today. This city is one that has stood the test and not been found wanting. Level np the streets, they are in a *d condition and need attending to. Robt. Parker and Homer Calhoun, 7 of McKinney, spfnt Sunday in the city. 7 . —. ■ Á large number of visitors are reg he different hotels in the city. i'*.y i ■ n ■ - The people of Sherman should all Improvement C...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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