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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1878

*r fclatln ffetos. Vol. V. Denison, Texas, Thursday, January 17, 187S. No. 273. I/ 1 *Y ' r U 1 I II V ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Lumber Yard. JOHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Pawnbroker and Jeweler. RN. BkOW'N. No 228 Main street. Denison, Texas. Muslo Teaoher. J^KOF. M. L. WKRNER. Office with Dentistry. RHf A, Pel Denison, Texas. DR. JAMKS RHlv_A, Pettigrew's Huild- inif, -\e? J ni the Daily Nkws Nursery. NISOV NURSERY, one-half inile north of Main street. M A Boots and Shoes. II. !SIItRBURNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UHLIG Austin Ave., bet. Main • and Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Gents' Furnishing Goods. Saddlery. L. NOTIIAF to CO., 213 street, Denison, Texas. Main Tailoring. JOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sliced er's gun shop. Denison, Texas. JM. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, • Texas. Drovers & planters'' bank, Denison, Tex*s. FRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. Tobacconist. >ORF, Po Denison, Texas LENDORF, Postoffice Building, w Stationers. EBSTFR &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1878

fP*,J ' X'' :' —- llexus. DENISON. THURSDAY JAN* If, >878 We se« the evidence f a benign providence in Greenland. As the nights are several months long there are nq cats ther?. That was certainly a pretty severe test to which the faith of the Israel- ites was put to when they were kept traveling around for forty years to reach the "promised land," that the\ might, have got to in three days if they had onlv been good geogra- phers. All cigar makers are required by law to put up a sign on the building in which they do business, the letters on the sign to be not less than three inches in length, and in oil colors or gilded, and that the sign should give the full name and address. There is a penalty attached for the non-com- pliance with every particulai of the law. thermone, that he objfcted to the in- troduction oi' business matters before the congregation on the Subbath, for be believed that the business of a church was no more sacred than that of an ri dividual. Railroads* Govern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1878

Mijp Truss. 4 1 ► I < i i V - *v # i tf % s ?■-' ". v H /> T HE BEST TRUSS ON EARTH! One person In every four is ruptured, and two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die, as they suffer trom Dispepsia, Spinal disease, Paralybis, Mental derangement and Debility. i "Hope's Spring Pad Belt Truss," i For the treatment anil cure of Rupture and Hernia, patented 1875, is the only scientific tru<s invented, livery physi- cian endorses it at once, and patients buy it at sight. Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned metallic and hard rubber springs find comfort. Ssnd $3 for sample truss, circulars, and endorsements of thousand? who have been cured, and of the lending physicians ol the United States, including the great doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal of the St. Louis Medical College. All say it is the best truss known. It has cuied a 5-year rupture in five weeks, Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper, etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup- tured on both sides badly, ann has been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 17 January 1878

I ►KIVISOIN. THURSDAY .JAN. 17, 1878. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL. trains. | arrive. | dki'art. Through Express 1 9:30 a. m. 5 1,50 p. m Accommodation ti.oi a. m. 4:00 a. m Way Fr't and Accotnmod'nj 8:35 p. m.| 7:30 a. m. Freight | J :i5 p. m.I i:oo •• m. Freight | 1 :jo a. m.| 0:50 i . m. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. Express Slock Train.. Way Freight. . 5:00 p. m. 10:00 a. m. . 6:15 p. m. ! a 130 v. m. • i y:oo a. m.i 3:45 a. m. I.O.G.T. DKNISON LONE STAR LODGE NO. J40— Meets eveiv Thursday evening at their Hall, No. 304 Main Street. W. L. Cuakley, \V. Sec'y. A. T. Budlono, W. C. T. RYST \L SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meets every M< aday evening at their Mall. No. 104 Main Street. H. S. SOYVLES W. Sec'y. W. E. Simpson, W. C. T. Open Lodge Meeting on every fourth Wednes- day of each month. KuHlnans Notice. After this date all notices of lodge meetings, (special meetings) tributes of respect, obituary notices over ten lines, and *«ll publications ot this ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1878

V . ' Vol. V. Y ■f 1 «r 4 n Denison, Texas, Friday, January 18, 1878. No. 274. 13, ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY Lumber Yard. JOHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Tj' • ; Dentistry. DR. JAMFS RHl: A, Pettigitw's Build- ing, Denison, Texas. Boots and Shoes. H. SIIICRBURNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UH^JG Austin Ave., bet. Main and Sktdcly streets, Denison, Tex. M. A. Saddlery. L. NOTHAF & CO., street, Denison, Texas. 212 Main J J. Tailoring. OHN H. LLOYD) next door toSheed- er's gun slfop. Denison, Texas. M. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, Texas. Banks. & PLANTERS' BANK, Denison, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. -A J ^ROVERS A. Tobacconist. LFNDORF, Postoffice Building, Denison, Texas Stationers. EBSTKR & ZINTGRAFF. Post- office Building, Denison, Texas. Livery Stables. ACK GALLAGHER . Corner Bur- net nve. & Woodard Sts., Denison, T*. XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west Main st. & north tiurnet ave. W J E RN. BK • Denif Pawnbroker and Jeweler. BROWN, N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1878

J!U1' 1 Custom Mill and CoramtoJon. Prospectus. thermore, that lie objected to the in traduction of business matters before ——■— DENISON, FRIDAY I AN. 18. 1878. The State Grange voted to hold its next annual session in Sherman. r=- the congregation on the Sabbath, PC NTR A I ROIITF! SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY FOR 1877-78 for he believed that the business of a' 11 vu 1 L ' ! church was no more sacred than that 1 of an individual. THE The ox mill of Missis. Pattan & Marlow, at Farmington, was burned a few nights since. Loss about $6,000, partly covered by insurance. The fire was evidently the work of an incendiary. At the Democratic caucus at Frank- fort, Ky., on the 16th, the general average of twenty-four ballots for United States Senator resulted as fol- lows: Williams 43, Lindsley 28, Mc- Crcery 18, and Knott 18. At a meeting of the bondholders of the Slate of Tennessee a resolu- tion was adopted by which a com- mittee of five was appointed to take steps toward effecting some settle- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1878

♦ 4 f fto if f 1 i (!) * *f ¥ * ifflSi' v>7 J Trust. T ME BEST "1RUSS ON EARTH I One person in every four is ruplured, and two-thirds thus Afflicted desire to die, us thcv suffer Irom Dispepsia, Spinal disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement and Debility. i "Howe's Spring Pad Belt Truss." i For the treatment and cure of Rupture and Hernia, patented 1875, is the only scientific truss invented. Every physi- cian endorses it at once, and patients buy It at sight. Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned metallic and hard rubber springs find comfort. Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and endorsements of thousands who have been cured, and of the leading physicians ol the United States, including the great doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal of the St. Louis Medical College. All say it is the best truss known. It has cured a 5-year rupture in five weeks, Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper, etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup- tured on both sides badly, ann has been for 25 year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 18 January 1878

The Bailtt flcxus. jtcisis ON, FRID\Y IAN. t8, 1878 Arrival and Departure of Trains. The School Entertainment. Houston and tbxas central. TRAIN*. [ AUK IVIt. I DKPAKT. Through K iprfts* ! 9:30 a. m. 5 :jo p. m AccommocUtim) 1.1.01 A.M.I 4:00 A. M Whv Kr'btuul AcCQtnmod'n S:jc p. m.| 7:30 a. m. Freight | 1:15 P. M. I 4:00 p. M. Freh^&V... r.. I 1:30 a.M.1 6:50 P. M. missouri, KANSAS AND TEXAS. Kxpress Slock Train.... Way Freight | 5:00 i'. m. 10:00 a. m. ...... J ou5 p. m. I 2:30 p. m. ! 9:00 a. m.i 3 :1|5 a. m. 1.0. G.T. f)UNISON LONE STAR LODGE NO. 249.— Meets every Thursday evening at their Hull, No. 304 Main Street. \V. L. Coaklhy, W. Sec'y. A. T. Bi dlonu, W. C. T. RYS'l \L SPRING LODGE NO. 190.—Meets tvtry M< itlay evening at their Hall. No. 104 Main Street. 11. S. SOWLES W. Sec'y. w. E. Simpson, W. C. T. Open J.orige Meeting on rverv tourth Wednes* d ay cach month. One hundred and thirty five pas- sengers arrived from the North on the M. K. & T. train Thursday. C. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1878

■1 iv&mfirr. Vol. V. .< ■ « - ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY Denison, Teia«. Lumber Yard. OHN R. CAK.lt, Proprietor, Denison. Texas. (>%/ i s I I j ' Hi ♦>. Denison, Texas, Saturday, January iq, 1878. No. 275. v, "V- i *• ^ • A jB"" ' ' A, Dentistry. ^R. JAMES RHl' A, Pettigrew'a Build- ing, Denison, Texas Boots and Shoes. H. SHtCRliURNE, manufacturer . nnd denier, Main street. UHLIG Austin Ave., bet. Main anil Skiddy streets, Denison, Tex. Saddlery. rL. NOTHAF k CO., aia Main • street, Denison, Texas. Tailoring. fOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- ' ei'V gun shop, Denison, Texas, r M. MILL, 310 Main street, Denison, ' • Texas. I) Banks. ,ROVERS & PLANTERS' BANK, Penison, Texas. IRST NATIONAL BASK, Denison, Texas. A. W Tobacconist. LENDORl'\ Postoffice Building, Denison, Texas Stationers. EBSTFR & Zl'N 1 GRAFF. Post- office Building, Denison, Texas. E Livery Stables. ACK GALLAGHERS. Corner Bur- net ave & Woodard Sts., Denison, Tx. XCELSIOR STABLE. Cor. west Main st. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1878

DKNI80N. SATURDAY TAN. iq. 1878 Samuel J. Tilden and the Prisi- donoy. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial assures that paper, upon the authority of Senator Barnum, that Samuel J. Tilden will be a can- didate before the National Demo- cratic Convention f jr the Presidency in 1S80. Mr. Barnum says Mr. Til- den's views on the electoral commis have been entirely misunderstood, and ^that^this is mainly due to the representations of Mr. A. S. Hewitt, who stood before the country as Mr. Tilden's representative. Mr. Bar- num asserts emphatically that Mr. Tilden knew nothing of the electoral commission until it was sprung upon tbe country, and was always bitterly opposed to such a compromise.. Mjv Hewitt, no doubt, had much to do with the engineering of this scheme, but it is equally a fact that Mr. Til- den stood supinely by and allowed the scheme to be carried out without so much as a word of protest. Mr. Barnum thinks it very essen- tial that the Democratic nominee for 1SS0 be a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1878

I r* I * I T • t>fi h l * i V I 4 I * ? , *dl Truss. 'HE BEST "1RUSS ON EARTII! One person in every four is ruptured, and two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die, as they nutter Irom Dispepsia, Spinal disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement and Debility. i "Howe's Spring Pad Belt Truss." i For the treatment and cure of Rupture and Hernia, patented 1875, is the only scientific truss invented, livery physi- cian endorses it at once, and patients buy it at sight. Ruptured sufferers from old-fashioned metallic and hurd rubber springs find comfort. Send $3 for sample trusR, circulars, and endorsements of thousands who have been cured, and of the leading physicians ol the United Sta'es, including the great doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal of the St. Louis Medical College. All say it is the best truss known. It has cuied a 5-year rupture in five weeks, Send 10 cents for our weekly truss paper, etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup- tured on both sides badly, ana has been for 25 year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 19 January 1878

MS#- V> 11 ■.'.iiB'J..";: ■ 1 Vg...1- Uy Items. A RASCALLY COOK. £'< Mr. H. O. Head, of Sherman, is to be m a tried in New Orleans Janu- DENISOr. . ; ary 23, to Miss Sallie Wilson, daugh- SATURDAY J/itf 19, 1878 ter of Mr. ami Mrs. E. H.Wilson. ; The Register says Miss Wilson has — ; visited Sherman, and all remember ^ll(| Lights Out for , with pleasure her charming manners, j known. ECONOMY IS VVKALT11. Romovod. He Steals a Small Stun ot Money Great Reduction at (iaisman & ! Co's. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON AM) TJSXAS CKNTHAL. and Various Articles Parts Un- TRAIN'S, Through Kxpret.s Ac CO ininodfttiori Way Kr'tmul Accommc Freight Freight I AK KiVfc. . . . 9:30 A. M. .. . jli 01 A. M. d'nj 8:3 ...I '4 .15 l . M ... t: i O A. M M. DEI'ART. 5 !30 r. M 4 :oo a. xi MISSOURI, KANSAS ANl> TEXAS. Express.. * Stock Train Wuv Freight. .... 5 :oo r. M. 10 6:15 i*. M.j i LO.G.T. DENISON LONE STAR LODGE NO. 240.— Meets 0very Thursday evening at their Hall, No. 304 Mai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

- . *„*M*4riH>r ■'>■-.•■ i: v, • • W A USMK •bUb'Jf i kV tNKMi /-"• U r«5*v""w fC'MM- . • - " ' • s"1 MRS * <1 i ♦i) «■ > V | / y , m ki. a<* l !' 1 W: l« p Vol. v. Denison, Texas, Sun -!".1 ■■' lL- . ^ - S.JL. anuary advertisers' directory Lumber Yard. JOHN R. CARR, Proprietor, Denison, Texas. Dentistry. DR. JAMES RHKA, Pettigrew's fluild- inDenison, Te*«s m a Boot* and Shoes. H SklSRHtJRNE, manufacturer and dealer, Main street. UHLlti AtllHn Ave;, bet. Main • and $kiddy streets, Denison, Tex; —.— ... a'. i.-i 1 i* ^ ;... Saddlery. L. NOTHAF Sc Cd.,: street, Denison, Texas. 211 Main Tailoring. JOHN H. LLOYD, next door to Sheed- er's gun shop, Denison, Texas. JM. HILL, 310 Main street, Denison, • Texas. Bank*. Drovers & planters- bank, Denison, Texas. FIR'ST NATIONAL BANK, Denison, Texas. a. Tobaoconlst. LENDORF, Postoffice Buildinj Denison, Texas WE Stationers. EBSTFR & ZIN FGRAFF. Post- office Buildinj;, Denison. Texas. Livery Stables. JACK gallaghers. Corne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

D SUNDA si>o won tivate tho society of end few books and! qre," said he, "that j present. It will niuk evier, and is co seqtt aptly worth |2." We gladly piiiU hiin the money came away. DOM PEDRO'S GREAT r|ita,~Capt. J ;uJKa' _ >1% at noon to-morrow for Steam- y, will >r, ti .TfU George FtikMil Train, l'tallosophur, vlewad by StudeuU. IFromtfaoKew York Collage Tell Tnlfcj IJ pofc on# of the seats on the east side of Madison Park we beheld sitting a re- markable looking man. He was appar-1 ently about 50 years of age, with a no- ble physique, a massive head of iron- gray hair, tine, piercing blue eyes, a I ruddy, genial countenance, and a inost regal air. He was surrouuded by a bevy of girls and boys of from 5 to 10 years of age, who wore evidently enjoy- j ing his society in tho highest degree, and A Funeral Which Should Have Been a Wedding. Ptua, Brazil, taking out the first iristall- mefrtof material to be used in tho con- The New York Sun of the 1 'it'll lifts tho followi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

/■W failw jilnvs. I) K NIHON, SUNDAY. AlOItNING. O' 0 4 * * J * HERE AX1 > THERE. Robert Bonkkr has bought Maud Maoey, a six-year-old Kentucky trotter, for $10,000. The oldest house In Now England is said to bo in Guilford, Conn. It was built in 1639. IIkkkakteh no person can vote in Maine unless ho has paid a poll-tax with- in two years of the time when he offers his ballot. A little girl in Syracuse, N. Y., cfied in convulsions from drinking brandy handed to her by her mother during the night under the supposition that it was water. Mart I. Clougii, a plucky girl of 17, has just closed a successful term of teaching at East Enfield, N. II., in a school from which the big boys had "bounced" a male teacher just before. Tiie following awful warning is go- ing the rounds: "A few years ago Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague paid $2,000 per yard for dress material. To-day her husband's paper sells for 24 cents on the dollar." A curious headstone stands in the old bnrying-ground at Newport, It. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

Tlu- jQaitg Tlcius. DfiNIBON, SUNDAY..... JAN. 30, 1878. .)-> The papers are discussing the ques- 1 tion of how to get possession of the balance of some twelve or thirteen millions dollars now in the Dank of England, which belonged to the Con- federate government. This question j agitated a certain class several years ago, and the English government told this government at that time it woidd be promptly turned over if the United States was willing to assume the Confederate liabilities to British sub- jects. That was a "boss of another color," and our government wisely concludtd to keep its fingtrs out of the pot. Tbe Confederacy is de- funct, the Bank ot England holds ! the deposit, and there is not the re- motest probability of any one ever drawing it out. A queer suit is in progress at Houston. The Harts are very de- vout church members, and are given to song, but unfortunately one has a cracked voice, another sings too low, one too fast, another too slow ; and take them altoge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

Truss. % vi ' ♦ ' f $> 'HE BEST TRUSS ON EARTH! One person in every four is ruptured, lud two-thirds thus afflicted desire to die, as they suffer Irom Dispepsia, Spinal disease, Paralysis, Mental derangement and Debility. i "Howe's Spring Pail Belt Truss." i For the treatment and cure of Rupture and Hernia, patented 1875, is the only scientific' truss invented. Every physi- cian endorses it at once, and patients buy it at sight. Ruptured sufferers from oljj-fashioned metallic and hard rubber springs find comfort. Send $3 for sample truss, circulars, and endorsements of thousand? who have been cured, and of the leading physicians ol the United States, including the great doctor and surgeon, Gregory, principal of the St. Louis Medical College. Ail say it is the best truss known. It has cured a 5-year rupture in five weeks, Send to cents for our weekly truss paper, etc. Rev. Howe, the patentee, is rup- tured on both sides badly, ann has been for 35 years, and he invented this great ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

—— I WttiiKlc'H Hat. >1. 'Prow I not Bee, to< liU Ueaver Hat, i hat was a hundred and two foot wide With ribbons ttnd blbbons mi overyslde, And bolls nod butto H and loops and lace, So tbat nobody ever could hob the (ace Of tbu Quangle Wangle <Jue The Quangle Wangle suld To himself on the Crumpi " Jam and Jelly, and bread, Arts the best food for nit taiu it, but, said lie, we will bring the ed evil with Lyons, and it seemed as_ if you go there, a broken-lipped bottle tbat suit any way. I want to get a ohauce at some other voice than my own spoke had whisky in it, a tin box with caps ' through me. I was In a perfect ferment anil balls, and some crackers and cheese, the Morrisons, and will giro them the best blackguarding they over got in all their lives, and before I get through with them they may wish they had paid : the money to the persons ontitlod to it. The suit was brought, the trial came on, and as expectod Lyons lost it. He i hail no evidence to show there was any am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

I'luylny Horse with tt Hear. ! .State and ♦ L \ f < ' i •) * i ra j Au Open Letter. K *i>«ak for Itself.1 KookpoBt, Mahh., April 2d, 1877. 1 Mit.Edjtou: Jluvlritj road lu your paper ro-! , ... , , porta at tilt; rumiti'kabli! cures o(' wturrli, I am Once there was a man whom life bad ufHiTr^MV!" k,lVvvl "lv,mt,Ieat"'I been upout in " going West." His and I fancy the snuff" and luhiUlnif-tiibe' ' , .. , , ,T , . niakorti (mew dullar-craijlxtrn) would bo giud i wtner moved from New Lnglana to !1,!coliJ£.u sjJ"ila,r l-'uJ'u 1,1 thl-, Michigau when ho was a baby, anil set- p&pors. For * yoars I suffered with cfttarrli. T. , Tin! nasal missuses immu cmapletoly cdoied; ^lecl Mlx ull'es from any neighbor. But Snuff,'' '•dust, ' "ashes," " Inhalln^-tubes, and "sticks," wouldn't work, thouuli at Inter- vals I would sniff up the so-called catarrh iWnlV, until I lieevnon valuable tester for sueii medicines. I gradually ^rew worse, and no one can know how much I suffered or what a mis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 20 January 1878

rXMUnmMWM sem -9CW« ma. r,v|AH. -r^jf—lsrrr tflM wm a*^wi mi ■ • w^**- MOVftOK AMD TEXAS CBNYJIM-. Only on« cm* i«i the Mayor's court Saturday morning, a case o< drunk and disorder1?. The party, who was Xroroihe country, wmt fined $> and costs, which he promptly paid. EC0N01Y 18 WEALTH. n um. | AKKivf, Through Kapras* 1 9:30 A. M Accommodation it .01 4. m W y Kr'tand Accoauuud'n, 9;js t, n- F night Ill} r. *. Freight I i:m A. M depart, j :jo r. m 4:0.1 A. M 7-3° *• "• lion P. M. iign r. m. MISSOURI, KANSAS AMD TEXAS. Kxfrmn Stock Train.. Way Fn%h(. :oo p. m.-io.'uo a. M. M. t:j P. M. M.I J.'45 A. M. J op. O:ij P. y ;oo A, 1.0.0. T. DENISON LONK ST AH UODOE WO. Mi ret* rverr Thursdnjr «v«ninc at U W Hall, 2*4 Mala btrw*. W. L. CtM*Ls¥, W. Sec 1 A. T. Bi dloHU, W. C. T. . Maia Sec'y. *TS1 SlL SPRING LODOK NO. 190. •vary Ml aday crattina at their Hall. Nn. ,i 4 Street. n. S. 90WLES W. 1 W. K. SiMPaow, W. C. T. Open I.o4y« )iiaetta| m x'iiii iwitii Whines day of each mmtfc. Banana...

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