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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 May 1878

i I f hi Dcnisnn ffetos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Wenesday Morning. May 22, 1878. No. 77. r* \ ■awm t w I < I ♦ ! - > V % M 7 advertisers' directory * Dentistry. OOWLES & RIIEA, Pettigrew's Build- er ing, Denison, Texas. W A-JONES, cor Main st and Aus • tin ave. R M A, Boots and Shoes. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer . and dealer, Main street. UHLIG- Austin Ave., bet. Main and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. [ L. NOTIIAF & CO., 213 Main ' • street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. ["OI1N H. LLOYD, next door to Shecd- I er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. [ M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, I • Texas. Banks. .ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK, Denison, Texas. IRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. D A M E Tobacconist. . LENDORF, Postoffice Building, • Denison, Texas. E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Deni • son, Texas. Books and Stationery. H. BROWN, No. 114 Main street- • Denison, Texas. D. C ZINTGRAFF. Postoffice Build- ing, Denison, Texas. Livery Stables JACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 May 1878

The Bailtj Urns. DKNISON, WEDNESDAY MAY ai, 1878. Conventions vs Cliques. The Nkvvs is misrepresented when 1 it is stated that it is endeavoring to force nominations for muncipaloffi- ces. All we have done is to raise a call for an advisory meeting of Dem- ocrats to consider this among other questions. Is there anything wrong | or unfair in this? If the Democrats canstitute a majority of the voters in the city, have they not the. right to designate the candidate they desire to support? Heretofore when a clique of men wanted certain indi- viduals for office, they proceeded to call them out, and the voters were i expected to ratify the choice at the polls. Our plan is to substitute a convention for these curb-stone wire- pullers. Practically there are always nominations made lyfore an elec- tion. The only question is who shall make them. The assumption that political conventions cannot be relied on to nominate fair represen- tative men, is false in fact. When there are opposing partie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 May 1878

Medical. 11 * , • « * * f >s i J *% & 1 * ;MJ! 4 + \ ? <A i\ > o « V- ► • i. V V •? L T * ; i; I jv kfS p OLD. TRIED, AND TRUE. IV x it hi urn Acquainted— or ought t#>l>«— with H« WoiMlorfuJ merit*; of that pi oat Anus loan Uotucriy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. ThU linimnn t rorr naturally originated in Amorl- oa, wlmri Nuttir« proviilu* in Ik r liiVoratory nwcli Nurph«iug antidoHi« for two Hialadlu* of liar Chil- dren. Its famt lun b**u Hpi'Miiing for 3S y«tt n, until uow it «n«irel(>4 ilui lia.liitn.bla kWiImi. The Moxiran Mustang Liniment l« a nialuliloan r*.ui«*ly for all axUiual ttllmonUwr man and beast. To %t«ck owners cuid fur mora it ia Invaluable. A aiugla bottlw •fl«a aavoa a htfittan lifo or ro- alorea tho nselulness of uu cx.oolle it horse, ox, cow, or ahuop. It carta foot-rut. hoof-ail, Itollaw horn, grub, imrcv worm, nliowliWi-rot, mango, tho bitu oud aiiriga of ]w>Ur nr>us n-ptilaa ami lusaala, and cvory oucb drawback to at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 May 1878

* . I The Hiiih) gUius. SisiNi&oiv. * WEDNESDAY MAY 22, 187S. Fine okl hand made sour mash, Bourboft and purS rye whisky, at Yeidel's sample room. — —- • Baked Rocky Mountain trout at Lihbie's lunch, at 10 a. m. to-day. ■ A number of subpoenies for wit- nesses in the keno cases, were served on parties in this city, Tuesday. ■ ■ ♦ - ■ ■ • Love slices, something delicious, at Rowley & Hallenbeck's. 15 Ripe peaches from Edward's or- chard, near this city, were 011 exhi- bition in town Tuesday. The locals of the Sherman dailies have each other by the ears. It will be a long pull. Camo at Last. If you arc a democrat and favor party organization, go to Esq. Kirk's office to-night and say so. If you I are a democrat and are opposed to ! it, go and do likewise. It is a free ! thing. ■. The new druggists, near the post- office, have the finest line of pertum- I ery in the city. 4-2 tf. I hereby authorize Mr. Louis Le- | brecht to collect rents, and all other claims due me, during mv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 May 1878

F| , H I D Denison Metos. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Thursday Morning. May 23, 1878. No. 78. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. h < > w Dentistry. OWLES & RHEA, Pettigrew's Build- ing, Denison, Texas. A. JONES, cor Main st and Aus tin ave. M A Boots and Shoes. H. SHERBURNE, manufacturer , and dealer, Main street. UHLTG. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streetR, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. rL. NOTHAF & CO., 212 Main • street, Denison, Texas. . Tailoring. ["OHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- I er's gun shop, Denison, Texas, r M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, I . Texas. Banks. ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK, Denison, Texas. IRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. D Tobacconist. LENDORF, Postoffice Building, • Denison, Texas. E. MASON. 219 Main Street. Dcni • son, Texas. Books and Stationery. H. BROWN, No. 114 Main street- • Denison, Texas. D. C ZINTGRAFF, Postoffice Build- ing, Denison, Texas. Livery Stables ACK GALLAGHER'S. Corner Bur- net ave. & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. XCELSIOR STAB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 May 1878

m FARMING LANDS SPECIAL LOCALS DENISON, THURSDAY MAY 33. 1878. Indiscreet Praise. The Dallas morning Call, true to its promise, has laid before the pub- lic the name of its candidate for Congress. His name is Olin Well- born. The Call thinks he is a man who will "stand aloof from the dir- ty, contemptible blatherskites, who have for so long a time disgraced the Capitol halls of Congress 1" This is pretty hard on our present Texas delegation, which is spoken of with exceptional commendation ! by the press of all sections. Mr. Wellborn is doubtless a good man, and one whom the Democrats of the district would, so far as we know, have no reason to complain of. But there are other Tctfas men, both in Congress and out of it, who are his peers in every respect. When the Call takes a sober second thought, it will see that its invidious superla- tives contain a gratuitous insult to our present representatives, and are calculated to harm the candidate of its choice, more than to advance his i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 May 1878

"T . ** 1 r % * 4 • < T ^ > 4V * ► „ * Medical. OLD, TRIED, AVD TRUE. TrzAiia are oqn*lnteH—or ougli11© b —with t U wokHtvrful lucrlta of th t groat Amwlwu Homed/, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. ThU liniment r«rr iiftturallj orlginftUd in Aneri' « , wlirrr Nature provide* In Iter laboratory buaI* iMirprUing; fttttidolea for tko uialadle* of hor okil* dren. IU famo liu* been nprrariiug tor 31 jeam, until now it eucirclta tlm habitable glob#. Tlio Alexieuit llu*taft|r Ltnf^eet it a Multeities* remedy for ell external atlfeentttf fenu aud b«aat. To stork owners ti (urinore it ie Invaluable. A siugU bottle efion asvss a hvioan lifo or re- „ ^|R „ etoiwt tho usefulness of ait exeellont horse, or, w, or sheep. It evree foot-ret. hoof-all, hollow liorn. grub. • IVUI 1*1, ■KWI UII, HWIIVK V1 II, l|«, eerew worm, shoulder-rot, mange, tho bltoa atd eUoga of poiaonoua reptilea and lutvcU, aud every •web drawback to.etooa breeding and buah life. It euros every external troub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 May 1878

"mmm ■ !-S55 ^hc Itoifs ' Km o3vV THURSDAY.,,, MAY 2i, 1878. ' Fine old hand made sour mush, j . . Bourbon and pure rye whisky, at|"^'"*s' ,<olw 111 Yeidel's sample 100m. i died Wednesday Tim Howard, employed with P. ' Byrne's construction train, fell I through a cattle guard about u wtLC.k ago, striking with his breast upon a 1 ! tie, and sustaining thereby. internal | , from the efl'eefs of which lie ! iple Cngme No. 8^. which was some- ' morning. A coffin j was •rdereti from Messrs. Welch and 1 Bio., of this city, and forwarded by what damaged by the wreck near Wcclnesday morning train. His re- Cuney, will be sent to i arsons foi j niiMus-AVcrc-h.rought to this city this morning and will be interred in our cemetery. — repairs. Engine No. 25 will proba- j bly take its place. .— +—^ Love slices, something delicious, ' at Rowley & Ilallenbeck's. 15 <— ♦ ■ Mr. G. G. Randell returned from D alias Wednesday morning. He had been there for the purpose of having his client, Geor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 May 1878

<2: Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning. May 24, 1878. No. 7c;. .,1 */ 'v> L s 1 ' r' ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Dentistry. QOWLES k RIIEA, Pettigrew't Build- O ing, Denison, Texas. WA. JONES, cor Main st and Aus • tin avc. Boots and Shoes. Mil. SHERBURNE, manufacturer • and dealer, Main street. AUHL1G. Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. M El). C ZINTGRAFF, Postoflice 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. Eclipse livery stable, comer Main st and Austin ave. J NO C. SWAN, corOwings st and Aus- tin ave. Wholesale Grocers. A, OWENS & CO., co street and Austin avenue. J J ANNA, OWENS k CO., corner Main Groceries. T/V. SALE, No. 105 Main street, Den- • ison, Texas. WH. PIER, Corner Grocery. Main • St. & Austin ave., Denison, Tex. HMERRITT, No. 121, Main Street . Denison, Texas. GAISMAN & CO., No. 127 Main stre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 May 1878

The Daily Slews. Ju>10INI(SC l. FIUDAY MAY 34, 187S. An exceedingly large mail camo in from the North Thursday. The pit for the gasometer at the gas works is digging. ... —■ ■+. A new house is going up on west Owens street, in the grove. They are Nico and Hobby. Those new styles of dress linens and trimmings to match, at Casi'ek Brothers. Mr. Canniford is fencing his new residence property 011 west main street. • Will some of those "prominent The Ilerflld says it had a conver- democnaU* the Herald Speaks of, sation with a " life-long and promi- tell ns why it is any nlui'e important nent Democrat," who said it looked to elect democrats to fdl county olii- quite suspicious when a few loud- ces, than municipal offices? We mouthed partisans had to get togeth- will be under many obligations for ei to make nominations for a strait any answer to this question. Our i ticket, when the Democratic vote idea is if democracy is a good thing, was two to one in the city. We and we think it is,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 May 1878

Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, May 25, 1878. No. 80. V ■ s/i t Pawnbroker and Jeweler. 228 Main street, RN. BROWN, No. 22t • Denison, Texas. Music Teacher. T)ROF. M. L. WERNER. Oflicc with X the Daily News, Dyer and Scourer. ALL1GER, Next to Aug. Aughlig's • Denison, Texas. c M Stock Dealers. ULIIALL & SCALING, W. D. Eas- ly, Agent. Deniton, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Collector. We are authorized to announce the name ot Arthur Coffijj for re-election to the office of Assessor and Collector ot Denison, at the election on the ioth of Tune. For City.Treasurer. We are authorized to announce O . E . O'Malky as a candidate for re-election to the office of City Treasurer, at the en- duing election . * For City Marshal. We are authorized to announce Mr, Wm, Hardwick, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Marshal at the coming election. County Judge. We are authorized to announce J. P. Mills as a candidate for the office of Tudga of Grayson county,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 May 1878

••'5 Mim,, m §1; , ■■ )v$V,# 8p I'..""J " ||fee ,30i\iltj 2\c\u*. DENIHON, SATURDAY ....MAY 2j. 1S7S j The Russian government, through its .'gent, Capt. Grippenhurg, mn opened negotiations with the South Boston Iron Company for the manu- frcture of heavy ordnance. A Toronto dispatch says the pleas- ure steamer, Empress of India, withi a party of eighteen on board, went over a datn on the Grand river, at Gait, Ontario, Tuesday. The entire 1 party was drowned- The San Antonio Courier says a Night-blooming Cereus belonging to Dr. Nette, of that city, was ill bloom, last Tuesday, and became the attrac- tion ot the evening. Quite a num- ber went to see it. Mr. Judd, late editor of the Mon- tague Northwest, is the Greenback candidate for Senator from this dis- 'trict. He will commence publica- tion of his new paper at Fort Worth immediately. The coroner's jury to investigate the Minneapolis mill disaster, return- ed a virdict that the disaster occurred from the explosion of mill dust ig- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 May 1878

* * * I I 4> 1$ * ■X * i i I 4 > *< > ?• * * % ■ •'■ ■ .v.,-, „ iU« w.> •', . ',.• • Medical. OLD, fe- TRIED, fD TRUE. AND tVxftiia ar« tioqtjainlptt—orcuiiMit to ho—with 1)4 «rou iurful merit* of that yic&t Aimuioau Kt-iii«dy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Till* liniment v#rr rmt Mritlly nri|inftt«4 In Amori. rti, vrheio Naturu provitltt tu ltd Im lorntory Mieh imrpilftitig Antidote* for llio mitliwtieti of hn'r ckll- dI4*n. Its lift* kct-U «pretulm:r for 'Ji yours, until u«w it •UHiri*lr8 tin* lirvbitubk* glob*. Tlib Jilttxiciiii >lu*ta f I'iitiiuctiit li h uu\tuliloBtf remedy for nil Axturir.il ailment* f man /uwl htudt. To Block uwiHmh a.id fnrniAr* it I* iurultmblr. A tluflw Wttttlft ttfii'U a liinutlt lifn or re- ntoruB the iisoiUlncBs of uu excellent hoivc, ox, BMW . or sllAf'|t. It chibb foot-rot. linof-tiil, hollow horn, grub. Kdicw wfirm, Bliouldur-rot, hi Any*', th« hi ton uutl aUukb of noiBonoiiB reptile* ami iu < et*, ami every Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 25 May 1878

■ Those and trimmings niKJis. No discount on the Mexican dol- lar at Acheson's. You can get 100 cents worth for it there. We find among the decisions of the Appellate court, May 33d, the ease of Bowcn vs. Dcadrick, of this , county, which was affirmed. Guiteau & VValdron are always to . be found, either day or night, anil at any time of the week, at their store, near the post office. 35-tf A car load of Hour was shipped to Millican on Fiiday by the Lone Star Mills. Several wagon loads of rock were , shipped from this place, Friday, to Sherman, to be used in the addition to be added to the county jail. Caster oil, only $1 a gallon at Atcheson's. The first green corn of this season, / raised at Mr. Munson's place, was brought to this city Friday, and is for sale at Pier's grocery store. Fresh figs, oranges and lemons at C. R. Euper's. 5-25-31. Train No. 3 of the M., K. & T. arrived at 4 o'clock this morning, bringing a large mail and quite a number of passengers. No passen- ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

"••"■••'••I " 7 pFlpH Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, May 26, 1878. No. 81. k. 1 f * t * AGAIN AT M. SINGER'S NEW DRY GOODS STORE. New Arrivals of Fresh Goods and GREAT REDUCTIONS. Best brands of prints, beautiful patterns, per yd 5 cts. Genuine Lonsdale muslin, 4-4 wide, per yd gj Cambric (Knights) per yd 10 Corded piques, beautiful patterns, per yd 9 Corded piques, white, per yd ....10 Grass cloth, all shades, yard wide per yd .. 9 Sheeting, 10-4 wide, per yd 20 Sea Island, 4-4 wide, per yd 74 Beautiful lace curtains, 3 thread, per yd , 50 We have a full line of all kinds of fancy goods and NOTIONS, and prices are very low. Special bar- gains in ready-made linen suits, also gents' and boys' Ready Made Clothing, and ladies', gents', boy's and children's shoes and boots, $@**Dori't fail to call before you purchafe elsewhere, you will save money and oblige M. SINGER. Proclamation. Whereas: The city charter of the city ot Denison, county of Gray- son, State of Texas, provides...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

; W &l , , %-y ifi/' ■' ''Iflf y.;-v § ailg §tw. I DENISON. SUNDAY MORNING. ■S" H GENERAL BHEVITIES. Chinese think the souls of poets pass into grasshoppers because they sing un- til they starve. Kan-si, a mandarin's daughter, orig- inated the fan many centuries ago by using her mask lor the purpose. Potted plants were distributed to the Sunday-school children of Boston, on Easter Sunday,instead of the custom- ary bouquets. It is asserted that during a rain- storm, accompanied by high winds, a ball shot from a rille becomes visible to the naked eye. Mackinaw is a great resort for hay- fever patients. As soon as the fatal August day arrives victims rush to this most sacred of Indian islands. Here the distemper at once disappears, and the patient stops in delightful rural quarantine until the first frost strikes the place he left. With a procession 1,000 strong, head- ed by drum and fife, and bearing flags and transparencies, the temperance peo- ple of Annapolis, Md., marched thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

P"' ®hc Jailn jflru'S. to Mb T" DEN1HON. SUNDAY MOliNlNO. f ;>> V I > 4 M •- 1 r HEItE AND THFltE. Eighteen families in New York •count up $240,000,000 among them. The Boston time-ball, which drops every day at noon, can bo seen four miles. Very little chewing-tobacco is sold in England, and that mostly to American tourists. Caleb Cusiung is the only survivor of the large company raised in New- buryport, Mass., for the Mexican war. During the past year, 20,000 fossil insects have been exhumed from the rock-beds at Florissant, near Manitou, Col. Fiunce Louis Napoleon was drawn for servico in the French army. He •obtained exemption as the only son of a widow. The Sultan never leaves his palace, even on the shortest expedition, unless he is accompanied by a wagon laden with refreshments. The price paid by Peter Minuit for the site of New York was $24. At com- pound interest it would now amount to .$140,000,000. The Parisian Gas Company made $5,805,000 last year. After handing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

Wmm J 1 - ULgSSg v ' • r _w. .MAY 26, if «SR-Jiar jrr-atr. Tlie Supreme court of Mussa setts declare that 11 note given for a church subscription docs not carry with it an obligation to pay, since it is given without a consideration. The Bonbam News says it has as- surance from Mr. Lang himself that he would accept the Democratic nomination if tendered him, but that under no possible circumstances could he be induced to run against the nominee. .'!11 If?"- — A Virginia City (Cal.) Telegram reports that there are two secret agents of the Russian government there to furnish letters of marque to a privateer crew to be raised there, and the vessel to sail from San Fran- cisco. The Houston Telegram says it ts stated, on what is believed to be un- doubted authority,that Senators Coke and Maxey, on the Potter resolution, take identically the same position as Congressman Mills, that is, they are opposed to an official investigation of the frauds. The rapid increase of the popula- tion of Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

I >V'& 1 <,,J i' V !,>, V Medical. OLD, TREED, ( ' • AND TRUE. TMaun arn anqnalntr«l—or might tw be—witli t)« womlitrlul merit.* of that great Ainericuu Uomeily, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. ThU liniment very naturally originated In Amnri< ca, wlipiy Nature provide* iu hvr laboratory *ucli etirprlaing antiriuto* for t'iv maladies of he? okil* Unii. I tr Iiau feeftl nprtmiir-ijf lor J'* yearn, until now it cmcm'Scn thw li.tbi lalila 14!•#b«*. Ttio M«xi''nn Mmfcawg .Liniment 7« a iiiatelilf « r«aiv4/fer ll 011k 1 ii41 aUttientsef luauand btwit. To Mltfck owu r« and lariutra ll in invaluable. A •Itiflt* wfifiu nave* a livuiau life or ru- Miorca thu u «Iu1ii*b of au aiaaiiout liorar., 01, ««w, or su«<>p. It care* foot-rot. hoof all, hollow horn. grub, nnrew-worm, aliMitliler rot, mange, the bite* uad atiug* of polaenoiu lvptlli** ami iuiocto, and every ouch Uravs back to aloe* brooding aud bunlt life. It cut-on every eitamal trouble of hornet, micli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 May 1878

•fr * % lltf Peach Blooms. 'Qhl tenderly beautiful beyond couijmre, VluMheit trow pale pink to deepest roue- bad liu?, NuthUokw of tranquil sunshine and %>Ud ttr, Ot Mbadowloax (lnwn and silvery twilight dew, T «n«, *vn a* If j«ir fltakerinK graop Wen; love's owu tint on Sprlittf'M enamored facet i'' ' And (toy by day—yea, golden i,our by hour— Tour subtle fragrance and rare beauty teU (HaeU fairy blossom rounded Into flower) How uiiktchleiiS once that lost Arcadian spell Whiuh dwelt in leafy bowers ai^l vernal dyes, Whence ooyly peei>ed the Dryad's fawn-like eyes! And yet, while all so fair and bounteous seems, While birds carol each his daintiest part, felled in soft brightness, and, like musical dreaois In some blithe soul, the bee-swarms haunt your heart, I,o! severed slowly from yon roseate orown, A scarlet snow drift dumbly falters down. The reign of these rich blooms is almost done : Soon, to the languid zepliy's feeblest breath, Their loosened petals, yielding one by o...

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