The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 219, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1873

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VOL. 1.
DALLAS TLX AS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER iM IS73.
NO. 219
Atr&ro ten t
VHE LATEST NEW
3.
Mioi'iiil Dlaputcli to tlio Dullaa Herald.
Calvuht Oi'lolicr 'I'hrw ilcuthn
tiwliiy: Htlliv A. M Jammi'il
uiiil Ditldwin uml lluci- mw him-n.
Tli'Tt U n piobiililllly of front to-nlglit
which will mi doubt cml our tronliltu
Tliore mv only two times In town lu a
critical condition but tin two hundred
and llfty K'onlu ur Nick thm h no
I'ttluulatiuK how inuuy inity diu. It U
it Krcut mistuUv to take tiwity n ui-.si-h
froiii-thiM iilm-e ut niVHi'iit it tin' old
iiurncb arc worn out One of the mewl
miiveHsfnl and useful iiy .IcIauM wc
have here x Dr. K. A. J ye limn
llearne. lie In winking I'ur Hie peo-
ple without pity and IhdiiliiK H'mmI
Bii vlce. lllack Jaumliie in reported in
the Km.iM liotlnin near Ileariie.
W. (J. Wyser ami Warren are hot
dead iiiir Kick as rep ru d.
JiAl.TI.Mulii: October i'l.--'l lie Deui-
i cralH carried tlie munii inl election
by a large majority.
i .t 4 J '. i.'r J I. -i i
I line in an in iiii.- in. ili. i i .1 n i U . I j
Call u m f it . ill1.. . ii . i .: ci. i-
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i-poli.-iliir. We i i liiVr in III. I in-. !
Si e ale (pill'' Icn.K In linl!c icj iii'iiii.in
ti lo-ii v c a: v u I Jh;i : i;i: e i.
in. t-i it i. ut lo li.i I. i- 1
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Jiivc r.ur iiu in ti. ine ... i. :i -
l'aceii ami uuu.ietl in !' !.i.;.-i.mr.
iluit li cot never i. -i 'i' U...1I.I.. ..
ebai'a.'ler.- a hi io .el (.. .:-.ui y ;. '
uiaiiei n. i i -:-..v
e iin lye- .ill ii .. i ii'1 it'll Hj ii
tl.e iliiii l ( ii.. i.i i oi il.i H. u i
only CiVer lisell W'liii lie . li.-a-'ei'.
A I'eliol'li l ui.il eViliuiJ ji.v . a.ii il
front .dr. illia;.i - l'l -I'leo .i i:.
'lelriiii!ilaii .Salioiai .....i.. .."
I'l'cMilelil in Ids i.-iier to . . i
merely iickiioticiiiU u.i aniji m
ouo from that eiitleinmi ami ex
preHHeil hw tinxiotw desire to do all he
could to relieve the monetary panic.
He then uaked the (iicution why can
not the baukHCome together and make
Botne arrangement for the relief of
liiei'i'lianU uud the public adding that
he will do all in nia power lo asaist
them.
Hluinks city editor of the Tribune
brought Itom Brooklyn on u habeas
testilied that BlokeH had expressed to
hini fours tlmt Fisk tir IiIh euiiauaries
would kill him.
udd niadrid
The Hpiuiih goveriinient has wnt a
note to foreign powers complaining of
the inteulionul iiiteil'ereliceol'a French
gunboat by which the naval engage-
ment oil' Carthngeiia was brought on.
The clearing ho wc settlements prop-
OKitiod wuh not can icii.
Tlie Bunitary luiieetor and assi.nt-
llnts to-daV had Htrict orders to look
Very closely lor any ca.-es of yellow
fevir or tinytliinglike it. 'lbe health
initio iticn believe nniiiy citizens of
Memphis are in the city.
Mary Ueilly tile woman with whom
Ileiineshey the yellow fever victim
boarded has tied.
Washinhton Oct tU'i il The Pres-
ident hikvinr nearly fi vereil from
his nii-kliecs wliicli kept liiui Ironi his
olliee yesteidav received to-day a large
mini ber of visitors. On belli "ski'il
by u friend tth to tlie cnlileiits ol his re-
cent letter to Mr. Williams he said lie
therein repented ft loiiner remark
nnniely that in addition to what hud
already been done by the Government
the only way of relief was for the Gov-
ernment to buy exchange hut ex-
eliunge could not now be purchased
us the Government has no use tor it
having nlreadv purchased enough on
London for the Nuvy and Stii:ele-
iinrtmentH to answer present purposes.
There is no intention lie fun her re-
marked to draw on the forty-four mil-
lion reserve except for tlie current ex-
penses of the Government Tlie money
will be used for no other purpose.
Yankton Dakotali October sa-
il. H. Wintermute who killed
General MeCook has been Indicted
for manslaughter. The friends of
MeCook lire indignant at tlie failure of
the indictment for murder.
Chicacio October Hl.-Goldsinl li
Maid's trot ugaiiist time was made in
"'Halifax October 23.-Several ve-
Bels put buck on accwiintof boisterous
weather. Three lives reported lost.
l'HlLAPEU'iUA October 2i.-lhe
Ioeomotive Knglneers' Convention
t-leeted U R Iiigraham Lafaye e
Jndiunu First Grand Engineer. lie
next iinnual meeting will hi' held ut
Atlunttt Georgia. The sesid in was
secret. . .
Macon C1a ()'''. r- l-llt
and passenger twin c.illi.led near Scgo
Ptation on tin- S utl.wcHem railniad
this morning. J W- tlinU.lAie.--s
mc-senger. Win. .'.liber ..bin nenl
mid a c..l-.re.l n- enm .- h.ni..- t.n-
l... ..... . ... (:( ok- !..! I w tiinn
hands ' eeVdcly l.inl. H-il' ii"iot j
wret keil. . i
S1IUI.VI l-ol.T Del .tu t ' 1 " :
L'llllill f lee Hie Well. 1 inll.e t'.-ei;.)
weie: L. Kit kpulrick e..l..redi t.
.1. Wilkinson Jaek l'ollard ( .line! h.
i. 1 If U.oi. liiinv J'i!'.ac!i
Dill inn V. ' .
Andrew J. Lewis icoloridj Chailcs
MMauli Tcxa Octiibcr Slj-The
yellow fever is epidemic lieu;. Money
it ml sntiplied are wanted.
The Howard Assoelutinn publishes a
circular that the fever is not abating.
Keores of new cases tippear dm y. Over
one thousand ure nick. Their fumls
will not lust six days. '1 hi' circular
CoiHudes: "Ffom tlteslek and dyinK
a cry of sutHring nnd distri'ss comes
treat and loud For their enke bend
money and relief to procure nurses
HtimulantH and nourishment as we
require ai.l more than ever. Send
donations to A. V. Langstall 1 resi-
cnt Howard Association.
A cold rain is falling. I wetily-one
yellow fever deal Im and five otltim.
riie scarcity of funds has conipe id
the Howard Assoosutlon to rediae
nnrses' pav to three tlollars a day.
Three hundred and twenty-live tturse
in Uie Association's employ struck for
arrested the parties who had them in
'Eur) October 25.-The insurgent
ttvet Inw returned to Vut f
London October a-A r
Purls to the Dally Telegraph sas Is
f ra tllly settleil thrt the Aemlg
will meet October 2H and n n otloii r.ir
restoring monarehy will bo made
November 6th.
().viij:nsiI).
The defalcation nf the Atlantti pi.t.
otlleu Is pat ut $7SIJ0.
Mttletlel.lt iiin.ihroiilclfihi flrnt
HkathiK eamulty of the mmimiii.
The Inereiihv of (oveninieiit ex-
peiiNea for the prencnt year uver lnl
lrt$IHUKJl)lM.
There art four trllii-n of Iudlmiu n-
nitiliilnir In Delaware who tirenale
ixteei) pcrotin
A colored Nttulcnt Iiiin been tl.llnllt.-il
Into the Medical l'ollci;e o.'lhe South
Cin-olinii L'nivernily.
Stanley the IrrcprcR-ilble Iiiih hoik-
bHcIt to .Vfricii to repoit 1 1 if Ahliaillee
war for the LuiiiI.hi Tiinei
The Hiipreuie Court of IUIiioIh lm-
decided that National hunk are liable
to State and local ta.aliuii.
1 lu li i in 1 1 lii. ii. iii ninety-four years
old liari kepi M'liool in Khi.ilc l- laiai
lor lliiee-iiiai tei'i id-a century
An inui-iully lar:.'c iimii'ti-r ofiair
countrymen have ai r i.-eil I'.ii n ic o-
del ice in li.ilv i Li i lo ; :! i-.Miiio.- w.i-
Icr.
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l'. .-..i. i n' hi; to in i.i x tl.e ti!ni"i's
I i III... I I ir-l l.'lislilliy lllil1
1 i..i:i .. w I !. vol i it. 'Mm' her
.i. i.lnli in alu.iil lilly tlioiisaiul
Justus i''i'ii'.l'l'i'li II it'm-iiil h. the
head of the Vienna liouse of that fam-
ily husdeliiiilted and alis.i.ui.leil leav-
ing many poor people minus their nil.
Twelve divorces on the ground of
adultery from twenty-three applieu-
tions were ullowed ut tlie recent ses-
sion of the court in the moral city of
Worcester Mass.
NLW ADVERTISfMtHTS-
NOTICE.
The surv lv lim liolr of M m.ruthiirlno l.yin-h
culls Hion tliimn Intuiml' it Hi ciiniH foi wunl
kikI i lite Willi Imr ut Ilia ifHlili-iKii) of M.
(Iiilllnt of tin) law will lakM liseimrsej m-IIiiim-
HishliiK in iuii'hiint her interent In tlio
kiiIiI unite limy Uuil licr In Hi" wiltl pin.-.'.
L1ZZ11-;1.VN(.'1I.
OTICE.
Olie-tlill.l Illt.Ti'Nt in ttio DillKHtiilcoppn-sit.-
tin. I'liii.'lilk'lil llousu for Kiile lon iliui;-
iii-I v ly m e - " l'l' 1 1
StU.l.'it
At tliu U.Utj Stole.
This cl.'Rimt ftinl Hpacloiu bullillnij linn
bunii leahcil by th"
For n leiiKtlinncl t'Timunil I" nowlu a rapUl
ntuto of companion wltlt
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY
Anil all tlio appolntmi'iiUi of a
Kirst-Class Theater
Under the direction of
CAPTAIN W. H. CRISP.
Kconlo ArUst . Mr. H. E. NTAX1.KY.
Tlio noiwou will begin
MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 27
8oe dally progriuuino nnd rend it tbroBh.
J. II. CAMPBELL
jjlfcHf BiiaineBH Aifnl.
HOWARTH & D0D6US
MERCHANT TAILORS
On Inmitr tn-i't n! door south of Main and
la rear ol the Dul'iis County liiiuk
Hiiwiilwiiyson hand wen wlpcted stock
ol ImporUiU and ixiinwitlo
'asslmcri'o Broadcloths and Coatlnjr
U'lilpb th. v 'fr.-r to thul.Mo ut il llvinK
priiv. A kikhI rttnimriinti-'id.
Hlllit.'IlM-
Theyrioiiic! They Conic!
OB STILL T JET ARH Ml!
SEW FALL XO WIKIXU .SI'tKH OF
UUIKS' AND UXNTS'
HATS BOOTS AND SHOES
Gouts' Clothing
Li:IKV DlIISS GOODS
T. 1. wiih an niwnrtmpiilol Ot'nornl Mer-
HEM OVAIi.
R D. BRYAN & CO
n rrmovtHl tlieir irtok of Kkx1h from
SUl? iHtlT .Wnti; wtut ni-io of tlio q.mre
SKW 'iffO STORY BKU'K BCHDISG
On (lie South Side of Main SC.
Near tin. DiiHi" f""afi WI
now receiviHB .. .UVW...0
KEW FALL STOCK
To which th Invlt th t"o of "lr
old rrifnai na vu ui -
FIELDS 1HEE
W.KIIMHNTS.
lo the Ladies!
MRS. HI. J. JOHNSON
Ha romoved from tun Cmtohnold
Bouid to liar now oonimollouii md
elegant citibllnhniont next to Oi nllu
& Co on .Vl.tlii itkoat wham iUd
ban openel a flnu II in of MIHtiiDiy
and Ll' PtriU'iln; Oooli and
whoio nh wll' bj Imjj'v '-i hid Imr
old filjnds and o ia!o:no a. i.n.lti
a? Xj n tj tj o "ft .
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Ihif Uttti'-upH o'fH'i Hl aiv tin mlinlin'Uiii 1 1
(ImnHIIU'it iin.Kitii ami tin' pirlirl MiiU'liliij;
whlcli I'.NiilU im Liu tti'Utfhl id i-Vfiy liiily
Tlio back li t'tt whliii furn.'s llu nvimIl uw-ty
fruin llit! uptiittor iM uiiuiv iulviiim't
over ull utln-r inuctitntH (VkIiuk the huiiio
wny. I'-iccH fruin J7 to H.fi ufcuiiliiiK 'J
IiiIhIi fur litter RhtiMtr tutok l. vil. Mtx ntl
ittsciniiilM ftirniih ntvmenls. OlIK-o at Min
K-Miiu'ily'i MlUiiu-ry Hiore. Kim flreet linl-
Ihm IVxum. V. U. SHI Ml A III It
h.lliii'iw.iiu i ii. All. MI'I K) loxa..
THIERMAN c GO
HEALKnS IN
Kentucky Liquors
Foreign A. Coiur&lie Wlnrs BraiitltrK & UiiiK
CIGARS AND TOSACn
AilHTIN KTItKET N EAlt ro.HTOlTll'K
We inimt n "iin'otfiilly d.-slri to rail piilillo
UtlllllliOll 10 .-III' Willi Wll'l'tL'ii Sllll'.l of
CAM l-'OHN I A ( iltAI'K'I'ilt AM)Y
KKXTl'CKY Mtl'oliS
CdcKTAli. in ri'i:i:s
SW.MACll lU ITKHS
llOSTKiTKIi'S Itl'I'I'FllS
l;lAt'Klil'.lti:V COKDIAL
1'UIK HOLLAND tilN
SViS AI'iSLNTliK
I'l'liK Hl'.M
ANMSKI l'l'.
Kl'KM.Mi:!
rilACOA
I. MI'OUTKH SliKliliY WINK
lMl'tlli'li'D ( I.AKI.T WIN!:
I'l ltK ANiiKI.K'A WINK
OHIO CATAWBA WINK
IMl'KUIAL CllAMI'A(;Ni:
i'l'lll-; ( I'KUAN T WINK
ri Ki-: wit ni : wink
i:.rii.( T(ii:i;.iAN i-kitkhmixt
KXTltACT JAM Alt A (il.MiKK
xa.ss.au sni:rzi-:u wa'I'kk
1'IXK (IT Tor.ACCO
ri.Ull TOISACCO
( i;.t:s l'rt'
Iliirk.-ipemil.-sliliiKit pur.' iiitli-I.- il .11-
II. ll-S Will OO Will ill cullinn lO.Ml'lll nil'
Mnek In lore tin liiKHM Wlun'. We ili-sli i' to
pmimin' tlm Inli iiMs of mo' cnoiii. li 1"
Ihi'lr iitieoKt wiiUfiii'iloii iiml wii.'T.iiit all
wi k.'II as n in s.'iili-il.
jlT.Ilm TIIIRUMANAIO.
Cogswell Weber L Co.
JOI1M.KN P
Wsitclics Jewelry
AND
JEWELERS' SlimiEH.
We Rive prompt Htttentlon to onl re by Mall
i'lior Lii-l.i seiil on uppliculloli.
105 and 107 Stat Strocfc
CHICAGO.
18SwhI3ui
VEGETABLES ! !
At "in' w ir !i.ii t'ir.-i' .tool's Fust .f lloon
lo'i uml 1. i l.viilriil iiiili'iiail 0.1 Klin Htrwl:
gj3j m $ mm mm
i.vi-r Iin. .sill I" t" 111 irltet. 10.i bu-lii'ti
ol' t-iiriy
Ili3 POfAiOii..
IKiO liuslii'ls N blnii'.oi tt pol'tloiH.
Rif.-i ri i' n 1' v I'.v potnio uml K I ae-
ttiitl '' i ii -l in' I) . ii' l 111. ii-oii-i'.
iwlw it L'MA S ft STF.W ATiT.
i'ltl'TKK - -A1.E.-L'ii .-riui'l l.v vl-t i
of 1 mini: iiy hi in -v.'iili'il by 11 ecrtiilii
il. i-.lof tiiKt i'X -in -il li.v I. P. Wlntur mill
T; A. Mo-ii-r 10 euie tin- piiyini-iit 01 it
c.-rl iin pre.iin-tir. oi.i' o.v in ui m" "
It. 1) It. nil .11 I" is;.. wlil'-li " il'l ii' .''! "I
liuit I. nmvof Pisir-I I'' Hi.' itl--- Hie
hi. .i.i .1 u if Itilliu fun its-. 1 " III. I HI
o'eloek 11. in- "ii MiimUy Oi-toli r 2! 173 In
front r In-- vii.it lion'-'.-! 1101 u- -thecltvof
l)ii;n ll t 1 it il i.- miction to
I. Ir.ln.l liiilil.M-. for ot.li. I In' InlloWllIK
ilORi'Ui'J pi.)"-rt.v I'twit: TH-' iVInt.-r lion-ic-
unit nil un xpir.-i i.iiu"- m y .i ..-.
lot 7. in block IX. loclty of ti ill.is l liunn.
bur llxliir nnd ll.iuoia elinlr. 1.1 .Ingle
tiiatlrana i ilouiil" inutlruwn h l"
niklm bUtnki'tM I cooking tiveiinii nt-n.ll"
to the a-iiiic. .iiiiin criH'k'-ry ami cutlery I
tnlilea. 3 li 'iiclim 2 ollclolli tulilu-covers aa
UrlbeU in .aid d.l onrluVY T i)i(trn
October 30 1873. 21 Wit
WANTED
To rent a amnll ootlnge convenient to Uie
Huire. 'ui'J1LLiBIIIEI.nfAfx).(
21Kf Jclf-rMn atrecL
BUY YOUR CLOTHING
or
Xloseniiolcl As Co
g.E.COa.FOCETHi PISS.ST.LOCIX.
OloUilBimMlotoordair. tNoU
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W. II MINI Kl.KY.
HINCKLEY & DIBRELL
DEALERS IN
Kouso FurniBliinG Goodo
AND TIN WOH K
HTH12KT DALL.AHTEXAS.
j. CARD
TO OVl
i and Umn in Northern teas
We ire mm in iveulpt of (uml tliilly ro
1!.B II VI SI LB T!'D
T"; IZP "XT"
A Iiol'!:it lk
im ol tlK iJtiile. (uir itoi-l; ol nil -l;ipl-- K'io lv h"Ii '
and laiowx cor tons
III I'm lilt
lll.KAC
l'UIXTS AM) MXSKYS
. i.! usi'iii t.i' a il tri.l eoiiipiiie fivonibly In prli"U'i nn nniiUi't tVtwlor
!n
KIM'l KY .IKAXS DoKslilXS
cassi na;i'.s natixkts
I' l.AXM.IX AN' 11 AM TII'.CK OOODS
till1 Mix !; i..:
pid it lid will tn kept so uml
Boots toxicl gSlTLoe-H
H . nl ii m i lo ep i In I -Iim Ii ir Ihi' lii-M Kinili-1 innl run lvitlii'm li -il fre-ll uml tfleuti
iii.i hi ini i-ui .i iiinnlii'is ) oil w mil. U t' eitn licut the tt'oi'l.t In
YANKKK NOTION'S
OYI.K AXI) I'XnKIl SHIRTS
WOOL AXU llUCSlI HATS
Ana nut' utoeu of elienp iiieilluin ihiiI flint
Will lie li.iiml theli.st Iii Hi" i lly. Dor K00.U unt nil Imuulit from iniiiiiifu.'liiri'n. mul Im.
IHii l.'i". liv u Imver of lli.'ilin.i i'xii'rliini'i.. unit wll ti t'AHII nil.) by thin iliutllint w. 10.
i hi.I.IimI 10 111 AH t'llKAl" uml will HKLl Art I'HK.M' vt New llrl.-mm llnlv.'.loii or
Mi. 1 ..mis. l oin uml i'i. u i uml Ut-.)' vliiiii'.l of lim ii'.iUi nf wlnu we Kity. Ily fulr ili'iu
ill 1. k miIcm an I nIhii I prnllu ten liujie to tncrll. u coiilllilliniei. of Hut luino mul lu lig
Initio we liuvii lilllierto riijoyetl. lleipiiotfully
W. C. RANDALL BRO.
Whdlcsiilti Dry (.'mills Kim Street. MitlU XfiM.
HJLMaUHEUS. I
WARD. DEWEY Sl CO i
LrSSKUS OK TKI H
STATE PEHITENTIARY
ssim'.svilm: tkxas
OIi'l'MCK mul HA11CSIUX)M
Elm Strrrl oiiosile Kumliill & Dro.
DALLAS TEXAS
iliivlnit nil.li-il loour vuiliins (-'uetorle Rinl
Hliop.i the lntel liiiimvi'iii'liti lu iiiiu'liln-
pry we urn now prepuriil to uiuuufucturH
uml IjeK leavti to nfl.'l lo tlie pulille
WllITK.tfOIAIItr.O WOOL K.N IvEUKEYH
osNAiirnuM
HANTANTA HIIEKTIXOS
UIU TltKK HIIEKTINHH
CUTTOX VDK.1
WIKJI.KN A.NP
COTTON VAUNH Etc.
1: 1. IDY . n iii: CLOT II 1 X u
or our own ln iniifnrlineil mntrrliil
1IEDNTKAIW L'lIAirW
HIK'KINU C'llAIltH TAItl.KS
li lilt K A I ' H W A W 1 1 UT A N 1 W
HAKK.K MATTIlAMStvS
I'lLI.OWH WAIiDN'H
t'AHTX Plt.VY
WllliELllAKHOWB.oto
HAND-MADE B0OT3 AN SHOES
All tnii.le of tin- very best iniit. rlul and wur-
runli'il to Blve millHf.ii'tl.iii.
JMly WAHU. DIIIEY A 1H.
CARPENTERS AND GUILDERS.
LANE MMElis & CO
Carpenters & Builders
C011.MR W r.!-S AVEiri! AM) USM STREI.I
DAI.UMTEX.m.
Stores Filt3ilii3iaStyi;!?.l Sliirl Notice
MtiicT ATriMM-j iiivi N r inn itMi
11 U Count ' V r It
li.VUm
W.HiCAREY
Sl!0P ON MM.V .sTKKKT
Hear the (hII.t round ry
lie will make eontracti for any kind n-
hnllillin Pinna. HM-clflciilliiiii anil KMI.
ioiiI.k (iiriil-.lu-l to piirtl.-i wnjilna toliull.ll
mil lonlrrliil mippnci wnen mmi on 11
MISCELUOtK
DECHAUME3 & DUNN
No. 41 Ha n Street Houston Teia.
BILVXCII II0U8E AT MEXIA"
Dealer la
Hardware Stoves Etc
A foil line nf Ciri-utnr Hitwu. Beltlnit cto..
(Ihi l'lp- anil ('im nniurcn aiwayaon uanu.
tiHH I lp an.l Ufta r l.llircw aiWRT. un un.
Aisenu for Anchor Brntid Null. Miuin'a lloil
Warrior Ax Victor Bcalca Wool Mowcra
Ucrrc Hiidi' Mollne I'lowa New York flow
I Pl.tr. W. m.k. N'Mllll 1
peclalty.
lie wouli
Partita ilMlrini gnoui in our line wouui 00
wll to Klve na a coll before parohaalna
where.
wANiiLwrov iioti:i
OaWewtoii. T.
JOHN SUMMERS
(UUnf th Kxchani)
tw&t& ntorEtCTon.
BUILDER k JOINER
C J lHHItk'LU
i-lvla a Ul'll.iin liter to)
AND CI! IPFM' ST 'Ci 111-
Crr C" Tl
M tr VaaciV mJlutmt Bmmtr
in jiikM w.- ipt-niintiH' nutl'I.it tdm. In
WINES AND LIQUORS.
. v.wikhh. j.-.caiuwkli.
MIERS & CALDWELL
WHOLESALE DEALEItH IN
1 OltDlGX A IXMII.STIC
llALIiAH TKXAS
llavoon liaml a complete Bmirtincnt of
Wines. Cordials Bitters Etc.
lliltliliu
BOGLE & RIDDLE
WHOLCHALE PK ll.f'KS IM
Wines Liquors
TOBACCOS AND CIOARS
Mai a St. Theater Building
U AI.L. AN TEX AM
Aneiitsfur llie.iilof the celebrated J.A.
Mlllur Clilikun Couk Wlilxky.
To tho Trrttio
WnarnmilllnK Ix-low thn mm kit rntothe
fnllowlmr chii kchmIn: I'eiutheM IViiri. PIuh
nppl.'ff Htritwbi.rrli'i. Toinntoi'j. (IriN-n (lorn
I'luiiin l)iilniiin Wliortl...rrli . Uooiiebr-
ili Hiriint lli aiiH I linn llt'ahn llliickbi-rrlc'ii
Uri-en (luK.M Clii.rrli B (Jrup.'K CIhhh ulu.
I'leumi cull uml exuinliiv priced.
ItOGIX at ICIIDL1
ISIillf Main ntreot.
B3GTS. SHCES AMD LEITHER.
Boot Shoe Hat
AND
LEATHER HOUSE
Opara House Building
(FNSITE SINGER BK0TCEE5 OX MAIN STEtfT
DAL.I.AH TIOXAS.
Thl.i. tlm pliice to nnd the large! and
m.Mi coiupiei mock 01
IKXJTH SHOES
1IAT8 LEATHER and
BIIOE FIN'DIXOH
Ever opened in this city
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Onr LAtilEH' nErArtTMFNT la very fine
anu compieie. uu ana ace u.
r..-. 1 i.r.mr-.-. rw i.i.rnihi . '
atyleand qunlltr of IUmiw. OhIIhi
' railed for from Ilatclivlor'a
Burt'ior Mllea' drew (imla. Al.
OENTI.FMEN'H UrcPAflTMENT-Fvery
UHitHra and miova
broenn to
Alao film rireaa
boota and repairing made ou the apol to
measure ana oru.-r.
Our Mr. Pure la praeUral boot and ahoe
mnn h ivIiik huen eniiuml in the bnalnrva
eiclu'lvly for the 1 101 tblrtjr year" and
then-fore nii lrt'anil. hla bu.lneaa and will
ik lila utinoat endeavor to give aall.fartlon
10 an. smun
nILLB OF FARE Dili Heada tetter Heada
and all ktmla of Prlntlna dona with
acatneaa and dlapatoh at Tai Ubaald Or
ricg.
DRUGS.
1). WARD
Druggist
NO. 68 ELM STREET
DALLAS - - TEXAS
HAH jint i-i;m;i a
rt III I. It. C T M TO C U
1
ti'ii'MW ims ami 111: tn:s.
i'atont Modi. Injs Perfumery.
fANCV AZV.1ICI.rS Etc.
:-.iho-
OENOIKB
ltl ' I v
HAVANA CIOARS
nif COUUS.
M. U)Kli New Orteniu. J 3Iohkh Dnllna.
S. LOEB $c CO.
Wnoli'iuili) mill Itotull lioitlem in
ITAPLK AND FANCY!
DRY GOODS CLOTHING
Boots Shoos Hats Caps
adios'and Gents' Furnishing Goods
Elm Stri ct. Uullu Texn
t Hour to II. C. UoNkl.ia A to.'a
Iru Ntar.:
3IRCE NICHOLS & CO
No. 71 tcMln.nml II I'olk
JEFFR N. - - - - TEXAS
lioliMtlo Dculuia In
I) U O OOD8
Hoots Sb m nin Caps Nntlous etc
We nnrchnae 1 1'noodn direct from mamv
fui-tiiii TH forcuH.i ami themfore weareena-
hini tox'll Urn i clictp. r tlinn nnv imuwi In
I -Kim or uiuiH' nio ann wilt uupncniH any
New Orli-uim orlll. LouIk bill.. IWAlllin
(IISCELLftltEOUS.
W. A. JOWKM. B. LUCXHAn.
VV. A. JONES & 00.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Wholeaolo and Rctnll
Dealers in Stoves Fumps
Gas Pipe Etc
Hlgu of the Ulg Coffee Pot.
Malu tit. DitlliiM Xxnn
All ordera prnmptly attended til. IdlT
Civil Endnccrinj?
. l i iti ananAtiuInn rf t 11 .1 AAII ut rilll I fttl
nf lliu IVxhh uml Pari lit; Kullwii v thn un-
I..miIiiui.I itil'.irat 1 1 la u ru li. iim a ('tvll ITtilfl.
nuT to tho puhttc. Oin kIvo UmilmoHluU of
h iiKHi uiifxo piioinu.li riniriM'T imn
IIIKl tWl'llt J Vttl B HI I IVU UACVI ItUVV IU Vf Uljf
W. II. JOHNSON
207dw2n Lockbox 101 n.llnn Trial.
BLACK SMITHING
JOS. L. WELCH
Pijflittl Burn Slioer iml General Blacksmith
.Kenr Uie Iron Bridge lallaa Teaaa.
HiH-cliiltr Il.irae Hhaelna.ln which hrnnch
he Uciivfl.-d hy noiiM. Work Mtllclted. MWIly
Fire and Bnrglar Proof
& H.7PIU JS
Fairbanks' riaUorm Counter and
HAY SCALES.
1 am the Aaent for Marvin ft Co.'a and
llerrlna'a Klre nntl Bniylar I'roof Hnfca; alao
for Fnlrbanka'Hcnlea wblch 1 will aell at
Mauuiociurora- rrioea.
J. W. SCIIENCK
F.I.M trritKKT. nAl.t.AW. TKXA
JOUN 0WKN8. W. B. CX)KER.
OWENS t COKER -
RecolTlog Fomardlns ui Commlttlon
MERCHANTS.
DALLAS . . TKXA-.
Offleeand wan'honaeneartheonw.lnof the
Trxaa and Pnclnc and O-ntral rallniada.
Havlnc flrat-elnM lire-proof wan-houae
wa hope hy liberal Icrma and prompt atu-n-"t"
n hwlneaa lo merit and reoelre a lll-
traiparuoaw Bauoaafot aiauy
rureur
CHOCERIES.
Gurliugtou
Marsalis & Co
WBOUMA.I.C
Oxo oers
AND
tanmission Merchants
DALLAM TISXAM.
W Ikkit Ihla orranlun la thnnk mmw
frli'inl fur aal lnvr nutl rpel
fully mil llirlr nllrnllou lo ur im.
mi'tine HMk which w r Jui.1 rrl
litK lhcl from Hi rluclial ntanw.
Ikcinrcnar Hi Xorlhan.l nl pur.
rlinahliiK llrrt from Ural linuila for
rnklt on Hi tol mill mvmIIIuk anr
nclveaof rvcrjf uiUhiiikk by (hipping
In rnr luntU Hn.ler apvcliU routntrl.
mul byoiiroMii l.thor almoil frrlni(
unrpra IVum alor riicnc. W
runflili'iil In our Blilllljr lo olfcr !
Olcinl mill lo llir public KViinrMlljr HI
Iiiiiiichhv alork nt better roloa
niuro niill'ormly low flanrva than ha
ever before bevu olfkrrd lu lb Interior
of Trait.
Aa a Inula anil lonitilnllaa of our
l.iiahit-ta weaiiaranlcaavrryarilcle lo
bi aa rrprrarnlrtl or money rofUMdad
nlonrraiiriiar of lraimiorlutton.
Onranremia In bnaliiraa itr.riida n.
Ilrrly upon ralnbllNhlna; n wholeaalo
Irnilrlu Norlhvrn Yrxaa and wo only
auk n fnlr anil Impartial trial anil a
rime rumpnrlaoii of uniform prlroa
with ihoao of Mhrevrport Oalveoton
and New Orleana Willi Orlglua added
ami wn clieerrnlly abide by Ih decl.
aion of the aainr.
WAilMXtiTON MAHNAI.IH CO.
Uni.ltf '
WILLIAMS BROS.
WIIOLKMALE AND KT Al L
bKALBNa IK MTArLft AMD FAHVV
3
G-rooorlo
PKOVISIONS TOBACCO CIGARS
A "
PLRI llt AND IIQUJES CF AIL KINDS
ELM AND MAIN NTBEETN'
CALL TTXA.8.
HtgbNiK'auli frlr '.HM for launtry freaye
Tliev bev tlie Htteiillnn of the Plibllo to tho
followliiK eoiiiiiiliwion apeolnlly direoml lo
them by Mnwra. Men-er Axnew ft t o. The
aim announce their iiKency lor Benour'a Cel-
ebrated Culliuiya UltUira.;
BY APPOINTMFJTT.
The trade In the United Rtnteaof Amcrlatt
will pleaae oliKcrve thai Wllllama rlroa. ol
1 ml lim 'lex 101 (UniUd Htutea) bave become
iui-iil(i for tint wile of our 11 IN. We would
.pcclnlly recommend pnrtlee to pnrchaae
U licet from Ilium llieroby preventing fraud.
MKIUTR AUNEW CO.
DilAwlv 1 Colonial Rquara London.
M. Ulliuaim Sc Co.
WHOLESALE
r OO O r S
AND DEALEKN IN
Imported aid fiomcsttc Vines Liqstrs
AND TOBACCOS
Corner Mala and JeOeraoa atreala
HOtlly IiullaH Texak
1. I. aCIlKEIDfR.
Schneider & Davis
WHOLESALE
C3r JT O O O X d
AJTD BKAUOIS IH
im i!p ins mm
mm or in a laiai mim
DALLAM TEXAS. IMdtl
BLOCK JETT & CO.
WHOLESALE
ro o oxo
AX9 BXAUM
AGGINO AND TIES
COSKEB ILM 1XD UMAS ST8-
DALLAS TEX AW 1.1"
w-t.ooir. a. a. 1 KM win.
MOODY aft JFJH180A. .
O o 1 1 o n. Vftaotoravr
AND
General Com mission KtrtitzU
BtraaA Oalrawtoa Toxaa.
a laTIol 1 a U?tLuFi T a 1 ' el owr f"t

McCaler, D. & Bartholow, J. N. The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 219, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1873. Dallas, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth279913/. Accessed August 21, 2014.