The Houston Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1872 Page: 4 of 8
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G. WEBB, Proprietor
Houston, November 14.1872.
* Old Bexar has crowned herself with
.glory, in defeating the Radicals, and
baa a right to rejoice that she is again
* Sober t Josaelyn has retired from
tbe editorship of the Dallas Herald,
tfcoogh ire hope not from the press.
'"We have bad many a tilt with him
and always found him as ready ro
take as to give a reply. He is an ex-<
collect writer and we hope to read
hfa-wiitings for many years to come.
Prosperity Patbiots.—Are those
who stand to their principles only so
long, as the party: which holds them
msy be encceesfnl, and forsBKo them
for ibe stronger party as soon as they
can'find it out. Of snch men, true
patriotism never bad a disinterested
advocate. Tbey are ready to ebont
always tor tbe strongest side, and are
-only fit to be slaves.
Tbe vote for tbe permanent loca
tion of tbe Captal stands, eo far as
heard from, for Austin, 32..576; Hone
'ton, 19,765-, Waco, 6034, This count
inelodpp three or fonr counties from
which majorities cnly bave been re-*
ported Dd not tbe entire vote as
given each place, bus the above totals
approximate clopp.ly the actual vote.
From tbe San Antonio Herald we
learn that James Stevens, a white
Democrat at San Antonio, went to tbe
eonnty poll there to vote, and was re-
fused, because a negro claiming tbe
same name, bad already been vote£,
though the genuine James Stevens
had his own registration papers
nnmarhed with the voting stamp.
Truly do Radicals have a heap of
of trichs to prevent white men from
voting, and to help black men to vote
for them. Well, we live in hope that
tbe next Legislature will provide
against all trickery.
Now that tbe excitement of tbe
election has passed away, will the
papers which bave charged that tbe
negroes voted Bolidly for Houston
take it back ¥ The result shows that
as many negroes voted for Austin
and Waco as for Houston, The fact
la that they weje swayed by their
local Badieat leaders and voted upon
this question as they dictated. We
are aemneh opposed a* any man to
this class ruling in Texas, but the
charge against both tbe negroes and
Houston in this instance was unjust.
Had the negroes of Texas all voted
for Houston, with the white vote sbe
obtained, sbe would have distanced
both her .competitors,
DEFEATED,,-BUT NOT IN DES-
We could bave more patience
with an anti-Radical, who could de-
liberately conclude that there is no
hope for tbe future for our country,
than we would have for a Southern
mad who voted for Grant after the
vote of the fifth instant had been
counted, merely because he wished
to be on the strong side. For the
latter character we should have the
same contempt that we would have
for a traitor and deserter, but while
we could be patient with the des-
pondent, we would urge them to
raise themselves and remember that
God will yet give triumph to virtne
To conclude that there is no hope
in tbe future id supinely to give up
ail hope of republicanism, and man's
capacity for self-government. *
We believe that the destiny of
human liberty is now being worked
out in these United States, but we
will not doubt its success. Corrup-
tion truly has hindered, but it can*
not always keep it down.
Human liberty does not recog-
nise among its followers those
wbo thrive politically by cultivating
sectional hate, and there are those
in the northern section, by hundreds
of thousands, who hate £the South
with a erne! hatred. But they will,
we hope, become ashamed of them-
selves. Aud we expect that four
years more of Grant-role will make
them so ashamed that few of them
will be willing to acknowledge thai
they voted for him without express*
ing sorrow for it.
Let us hope ardently that there ia
jet Dot fat off, a glorious era, when
corruption and carpetbaggers, scal-
awags and sectional hate will only
be of the past, aud remembered to
be execrated, and that an era of
fraternity and prosperity under
honest rulers and wholesome laws,
"FiU come to our country.
There is not a bit of donbt that
there are*many Radicals who ex-
pected Texas to go for Grant after
the news of October, rendered more
certain by the newB of the 6th of
November, had come to hand. This
last news the Radical Tricksters
sent out on the brings of the light-
ning to every part of the State
reached by tbe wires, and by every
other possible means it was die-
These men estimated tbe people
*of Texas by* themselves. They
love the strong side and belong to
tbe Radical party only because tbey
find profit thereby, and tbey esti-
mated our people by themselves.
Therefore it was a bitter disap -
pointment to them that Texas was
faithful to Mr. Greeley, and record-
ed her vote in his favor.
She has also redeemed her peo-
ple from Radical rule, and fcer
Legislature on joint ballot will be
largely anti-Radical, and we believe
there will be a majority of Con-
servatives in each House.
Our Legislature will repeal the
infamous Radical laws under which
we have been oppressed, and new
laws which favor the people rather
than a party, will be passed.
Bad weather and other causes
kept many white men from the
polls, who would have voted against
the Radicals, and bad all turned out
and voted, our victory would have
been mucb more complete, and the
majority in the State against- the
Radicals would have been double
what it is.
We shall have a full delegation
of aDti-Radic^l Representatives in
Congress, and &s soon as Senator
Flanagan's term expires (one year
hence, we believe,) onr Legislature
will send a better man to the United
btates Senate, to help Morgan Ham-
ilton to fight against public corrup-
tion. _ i
Tbe Austin Statesman expresses
tne following opinioa in regard to tbe
stuffed ballot box at Austin *
We cannot accuse any of the can-
didates with complicity in this fraud.
We must say we do cot look npon
them as guilty, It is the conception
of another mind, one hizh id power,
executed by devilish and vHlainous
tools,wbo should meet, together with
tb9 instigator, with that jast punish-
ment which awaits tbe basest felon.
It is thus our rights are stolen; it is
tfcua that elections are carried against
us. Slaves we bave been made, and
slaves, through fraud even, it is de-
termined we sball remain.
Another Horror—A Man Found Dead
in the Suburbs with a Ballet
Hole in His Skull.
Developments Before the
Another shocking murder, as dark
and revolting as it is full of mystery,
has been added to the many assassin
nations and killings that have, for the
pest two or three years, disgraced
our peaceful city.
On Sunday last a negro found, in a
dense thicket some distance below
Lavj 'a grove, the dead body of a man,
bot information way not immoiJiaSely
conveyed to the Coroner, who did not
summon an inque3t till Tuesday eve
ning. The body waa found greatly
decomposed, the entire tkull beiDg
laid bare, the body having evidently
lain tbere for Bome ten day3. Is was
that of a man cf middle size, well
dressed iu cloth coat and gray pants,
a distinguishing feature being tbe
smaUness of the band. The dead mna
also wore a genteel, even delicate
peir of calf boots. Nothing waa
foni>d on the deceased save sixty
cents in greenbacks, a small penknife,
a bey, and, what led to a clearing up
of the caefr, a small brass check con'*
taining the following words: Wash-
ington Hotel, No 67.
An indifferent glance at the body
revealed no mirks of violence; the
jnry seemed about to render a ver«
diet ef death from intoxication and
exposure with the mercury at seventy,
and all hands were about leaving,
when the writer, who happened on
the jury, said : Mr. Coroner, (Judge
McDonald) I want to eee this skull all
around; there may be a bullet hole
in it somewhere. ■'
Certainly, you can do so, if you
wish, was the reply.
The body was turned over. A bole
appeared in the right lateral portion
of the ocsipital bone.
" That's a bullet hole," we said.
" Ob, no," eaid tbe Coroner, "its
where the backbone goes into the
A portion of the jury evidently
agreed with the speaker, but the
aperture was soon saeu to ba that
made by a pietol ball, which caused
The brats check found in the pocket
cf deceased furoished a elae. ana >c*s«
terday a farther investigation devel-
oped the following facto :
On Thursday, October 31, two men,
having the appearance of Norihtcers,
came off the Galveston railway, and
registered themselves at the Wash-
ington Hotel, Travis street, as S. J.
K, Yese, Kalamazoo, and John Shor-
ing a machinist, tbe
other a carpenter—both having ob-
tained a job on tbe Great Nestbern
depot building at Allen Station.
Oo Sunday evening both the men,
leaving the hotel, walked out in the
direction of Allen Station, which
was the last seen of them. Their
carpet bags, containing several arti-
cles of clothing, but no papers, were
left at the hotel, and were examined
by the Coroner yesterday. ,
Two young men, employees of the
hotel, were sworn and described the
dress of the murdered man so seen-
rss^ly as to leave no doubt in the
minds of the jury of his being one of
tbe men ; the brass check also corre-
sponding to the carpet bag found at
the Washington, but which of the
men, Yese or Sherwood, was the vie
tim, conld not be discovered.
The following was tbe verdict:
"We, the jury of inquest on the
body of a man fonnd as above, aifd
whose name we have not been able
to find out, but suppose, from the
circumstances, to be either S. J. K.
'Vese or John Sherwood, fiDd that tbe
deceased came to his death because of
a gun or pistol shot—tbe ball pette
trating the-back of the skull; and we
find that the death of this man was
caused by some person to the jury
We find fthe body much decern*
posed, and are of the opinion that
the body has been lying where we
found it for ten or eleven days*
R. O Love.
E H. Williams,
A. A. McBryde,
We evidently have here a foal
murder, perpetrated in all proba-
bility, for money Bat *?ho ia the
murderer ? It is supposed by eome
that these me'r>, strangers as tbey
were, having shown too mucb
money somewhere,were followed by
some of the dark villains wbo are
known to ihfc&t the city, and both
were murdered. Or did; the com«
paniyn of the deceased, having dis-
covered that he had money on him,
inveigle him out of the city, and
stepping behind him shoot him in
the head, and then fled with his
booty ? *
In the pocket of the murdered
man was found the following pa-
"Guthrie, Alexander & Co., cor-1
ner Chesnut street and Commercial
Any formation relative to the
case can Safer warded to J. W. Mc-
Donald, Chief Justice, Harris
conoty. t ......
Symptoms of Catarrh.
Dull, heavy headache, obstruction ct na-
sal passages, discharge falling into throat,
sometimes profuse, watery, acrid, thick and
tenacious mucus, purulent, muco-puru-
lent, bloody, putrid, offensive, etc. In
others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or
inflamed eyes, ringing in ears, deafness,
hawking and conghing to clear throat,
ulcei ations, scabs from ulcers, constant de-
sire to clear nose and throat, voice altered,
nasal twang, offensive breath impaired
smell and taste, dizziness, mental depres*
sion. tickling cough, idiocy and insanity.
All the above symptoms are common to
the disease in some of its stages or com-
plications, yet thousands of enses annually
terminate in consumption, and end in the
grave without ever manifesting one-third
of the above symptoms.
No disease is more common or leBS un-
derstood by physicians. The Proprietor
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will pay
$500 reward for a case of Catarrh which
he cannot cure. Sold by druggists,
I have broken up several long-standing
cases ofChille and Fever with Simmons'
Liver Regulator. I also find it a great
remedy for Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
J W. Ansley, Buena Vista, Ga.
Nov] 4DSat&wl w
No Mistake about It.—The Bum
ford Yeast Powders and Bread Prepa-
ration a re the best, purest and most
healthy ii tbe world. Messrs. Chris-
tian & Co. have just, received a large
supply. • septal DfeWtf
The Key to Health.
It is tbe easiest thing in the world to l*>8e.
the blessing of health, but when lost it is
not so easy to regain it. The popular
jdea of fifty years ago that a tremendous
securing of the bowels was an essential
element of cure in almost all diseases has
fortunately for mankind been pretty ef-
fectually exploded. The introduction of
HostetUr's Stomach Bitters, nearly a
quarter of a century ago, may be said to
have given tho coup de grace to drastic
purgation. The world has learned from
the beneficial effects produced by that ad-1
mirable preparation, that one medicine
may embrace the three properties of a
tonic, a laxative, and an alterative; that
the three curative processes of invigora
tion, purification and regulation may be'
compassed at the same time by the opera-
tion of a single agreeable remedy. There
are so and, philosophical reasons for tbe
remarkable improvement which the Bitters
occasion in the condition of a deranged and
enfeebled system. This pure combination
of vegetable juices not only strengthen?
the stomach, stimulates the appetite and
braces the nerves, but also imparts tone
andjVigor to the ^secretory organs - as the
skin, the liver, and the kidneys—and if the
blood has become too thin and watery to
nourish the body properly, enriches and
vitalizes that "raw material" of all the
solid portions of the frame. At this period
of the year, when intermittent fevers,
bilious disorders, stomach complaints, and
dysenteric and diarihceic ailments are
always more or less rife, occasional doses
of the Bitters will be found the best safe-
guard against tbe atmospheric conditions
which generate them An accession of
general vigor is necessary to enable ihe
system to resist the morbid influence of the
malarious vapors whicn rise from the earth
at this season, and of all the known in-
vigorants, Hostetter's Bitters is the safest
and the most potent.
It has been truly and significantly said
that domeEticjhappineas is more dependent
on good digestion than virtuous creeds or
moral codes. ( II the dogma holds, tbe ora-
cle can be consulted, by a prompt applica-
tion 10 Price, the Delphic author of tiio
Celebrated Aromatic Stomach Bitters.
Wherever within the length and breadth
of tbe laud, Price's Bitterr. bave penetrated
every household has been illumined by the
funshine of an unclouded joy, and every
family revelled in the nvvepts of health and
conienlmenf. The sparkling eye, the rud-
dy cheek, the cheerful smile and happy
glance, no le3S than the elastic step and
the unfaltering tread, what are they but
the eloquent telltales of some vitalizing
elixir ? No secret Botany holds the charm,
no scientific alchemy creates the spell.
The days of miracles are gone; the magic,
mysteriously working wonder?, have
pi-ss d away, aud the age, a plain, practi-
cal de; give us a simple tonic, that, by a
happy auia!gamation, restorer to energy
and btreDgth the enervated system Take
"Price's Celebrated Aromatic Stomach
Bitters," and you bid an eternal farewell
to such unwelcome guests as dyspepsia,
indigestion, nervousness, neuralgia, flatu-
lency tnd debility.
Jambs W. Pbicb & Co.,
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
Lock Box 166. New Orleans, La.
Sold by Druggistu, Grocers and Dealers
throughout the South. Novl4Deod&Wlm
EXTKA SPECIAL NOTICE.
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS.
Sxirn'a Toeio 8?mrp ha* been counterfeited, u(j
ae counterfeiter biosskt to.'griei*.
Smith's Tonic Symp.
Tito genuine article mast have Dr. John Ball'
pi.Tftte stamp on eash bottle. Dr. Jofca Ball only
Iiae the rlsht to manufcetars and sell the origins!
JOIiH 3 SMITH'S TONIC 8YBVP, of Lec'arrfl]
Ky. Sxamisa. well the iabei on etch bottle.
E my private stamp is cot on each bottle da
aotparehase,cr you will bodoaeiv.id. Soe ray colunn
iivertt«?ia6UM sad wyshow card. wOi prosscait
e,uy a;n isfricalng on ray right. ..The eecuise
Srciliya Toaio 3r?r.p dm only bo oreptrid.by n>jg«.
Strayed, or Stolen,
1)abk bat hob8b, about 13 or 10
bands high, branded 33 on l«ft shoulder; with one
white hind foot, 10 or 12 years old; disappeared on
tbe 99;h of October. A liberal reward wlU be p&'.d
for Its retnrn to ms at Hoc stun.
novlODltWtf j. t. ZKALKT
Blooded. Cattle for Sale.
JJAVING JU8T rktuanbd fhom bath
Conntr, Kentucky, with a lot of
FINE YOUNG CATTLE,
selected by me with much care, I. will sell a lew
Hopoy fle'Jef far Yttuna Tien fiora tbe ef-
fect* t;. Brrorsand Abases of early ii;>, MaahoPiJ
restored. Impediments to Marrl-.^s mcrmeci. rJew
method of treatment, fcew and remarkable
dies. Book* aKd circnlai-g nent free, in sealed en-
Address. HOWA slD A::30CI.\TroK. No. S 8oath
K'rith Sti, Ph'ladi-.lpbia, P*. —b.v. isstitattnn 2>£Tte«
a high reputation for liOu .-rabia candop.t for tirufes-
sionsl sfciil. , .iMsriSD'fr.Wsm
Chills, Chills.— ffintersmith's Tonic
gyrup or improved Chill Cure, is a certain
remedy for every lorin of Fever and Ague.
Its superiority over all other remedies is
in the fact that the cura is a permanent
one—the Cbill, when broken, does net re-
turn. Unlike Chill remedies generally, it
requires no purgative to be taken with it;
tbe medicine itself aeting gestly and
agreeably npon the liver snd bowels' ef.
factually removing tba cause cf tbe disease
not merely temporarily checking it, as in
tha case of quinine. 3'.id by all druggists
ftfstSOed by the Frop^leeera at ^chtedam,
AN INViQOSATIWO TONIOJ ANOJMEDICINAL
Warranted perfectly pore, &ad free from'all dele-
terious subetaccei. It la distilled from Bablby of
the finest quality, and the Aromatic Jokipbb Bbbby
,of TtAlt and designed espreetly for cases of Btb-
fepsia. or iHDissmoH, Dropsy, Gout. Bhhuma
?jsm, qskbral dbbility, oatabbk of 7hs Blad
dbr, Pains ik thb Back and Stomach, and all dis
eases of the Uxivary Obbabs. It elves great relief
in Asthma,Obavhl and Calouu thb Bladobb,
etrenffthece and invigorates the s >st«o,' and Is a
certain preventative and core of that dreadful
scourge, Fbtbr a.rs A bus.
C!AUT10N-/<*fc/or "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S BBLL
for sale by all respectable Grooers and Apothe-
HUDSON G. WOLlfB & OO..
Soleawmera. GKje, 18 South*William 8t..
auglID&W3m NJW YORK.
DEATH SCREW WORM
BUCHAN'S CRESTUC OINTMENT
WiU KilS the Screw Worm
BYJSF.Y TIME, AND CURB
FOOT ROT IN SHEEP OH CATTLE,
WAHBANTSD OS MONX'Y R2PUND2D.
Baeban'e Creeylic (Carbolic)
\ 33C 3E! 2E3 IE* 33 3C 3E=
IS AN INFALLIBLE BBMBDY for the BCAB
IN SHBHP. Belue a it penecrstes at once to
the ftkin and kills the Scab.
OOB&S itANliM In HoHe , Does and Cattle, aud
Kt'Js Lice. Floss and Ticks on £.11 Animals, bold by
The Genuine bears the name ol
IODDBB, W£TEBKELL & OO..
A BALL THROUGH THE BRAIN
s ttctieD ciealh, but a little lead or other mcta
poison applisd to the outside of the head sna* kill a*
surely though not so quickly. Ooafequenily, the
ures oontaitlne such deadly banes—Rod their L-aaje
Icpicn—should be scrupulously let alone. Who
ut a lunatic would ouch them, -rhen it is we!
CrMadoro's Excelsior Hair-Dye,
prouo^nsed polsonlees after i rigid analya!*, will sro
duco the most perfectly natural ahkd=ss ci color, from
golden brown to let black that have over been
brought out by art licit! meaas. The change is In-
stantaneous and failure impossible. Sold ererjwh'tie
Fiagg's Instant Relief
HBADACHK'TN J! TWI7TTTK,
jsb'jbalqia in it atistrrss,
TOOT H AC P. K IS I MiNfR.
BAK40HB IN 'Jt &JIKU7ES,
SOBB throat in 10 M I3UT8
LAME BACK IS £9 tflN't)TB8.
OlAt- KHCE *. IiV I TO lii HOCKH,
CHAMP* OoLlUI-t J< MIKTTTK8.
CUOLBUA MORBUS IN •IO M1SUTKH.
FRViiR AS!) AOU* IN 1 DA if
PYSPBPSIA IN .J TO 10 DATfS,
Sprains, Brnises, Burnt*, Chilblains
RINGWORMS it Cores as If by MAGIC.
##"▼ * an tod. or money retnno«ri.
/ %?3lD8at Tues Thar&TWfcWiy
well bred Heifers.
®. vr. tavlob.
Cotton an el I*rodmte
Next dcor to H. I). Taylor's Cottcu W*r®
hJ>\j89, Coinmftfco 8treet« wpiTD*Wtf4p
A LAKGB STOCK Of
STAPJLJB, JFJlJfliJL J"
WOOD « WILLOW WARE,
OF|I it BYfV ABIBTT
t'he Ills that Clctih are Oeir so,
Ara raacj.bnt a remedr ?nr them r,ll is farn! hp.1
bv nature. Th*re is do doubt tbet for f ery rtisesae
t.h- r < is an antidote in tbe tsblr. birgmm The
abnriglBees wore tbe.Tictims o mat<y -«ca loa:hf>co;«
malsdies, set tuey foucd in the wik-a of th<?lr
for<>i,ts i«Teil'e« Rf-re and powerfti). Actlrcr on tbi<
b li«r IIR. T0TT'S 8ABBAP BH,liA AND
QOKBN'S DS.LKGHT" offered the pah ic ss a most
bipbly cocf titrated veaeta'fle ccrrpncat'. p.-rses"!-
fxt'noroiiT.n pevr^r for the cur« of Rheums!-
iynn, NenTaiRjn, 5cro'rU. TT!cf-rr, SweliiEg: of the
j?rup"or.s cf tb« Skin Rwl# Iriawru,
Mvt,r Oo~-p!s!nt. S«iPf.c.'ary S* j>bilif*, tb<v inflect ot
mefcmry. Sic Itlgamoar- pcxeifu! alterative an p.
Bloo^ . and nt the came time io harmless
that#! sasy be used fcy a".
Watch ror ObilM nno Fevr, nc' prepare the
system for reEistir e its attack ty uticg fir. Tntt's
Liver Pill?. > \
MSJ3l€r€rIJYG AJVD TIES, ,
snBelant to supply ah demands at lowMt eMh prtMa.
On Contigtunen.* and. at JLote
lOO.OCO assorted Cigars,
.8 boxes Texas coap,
800 boxes Northern SOAP.
3eo box** toilet BO Apr ■
150 oddies all rradei TBA.
JOo bhla all irrades FLOOR,
1(0 boxss all grades rOBACCC*
Special In.duccmtn.ts W
ISO Uogsheads Texas BUGAB,
100 barrels Texas feUGAB,
58 barrels So. 18YBUP,
15C paPkagefl aJl uSaes GOLDBN BTBUPi
vitr Speaiftl attention eiver to sales o" OOTTOJf
WOOL, HT<)F.3 aud OOONTR? PBOD0OB.
C-nsii'iiEiyctr so;is:ted npon Thich liberal] ad
vtas' wil" be ma-e
J u'.y 6X.4'V 6m
5>r. Tnlt'a XEair Ore is i'sed
rope and America.
Pot fale by H, f.
Gcureei DiriBKist, GaTT««tou,
Sfl^eJtS OJVJO S Sf*JE c TJS c JLJE §/
T&es>e Jpec.tseles ai-e mnitc&ctured from '"Misnte
Crystal E*bble " melted toyfther ana are called
Timmond on aceonnt otthslr haa-dcess and hrfU'a-icy.
It is well known i hit s3Fat*r.lee cut from Brazilian
or Scotch pnbblas are very lrlnrleas tothseyo be-
canre of thPlr TolarlziriK iiebt. H**ii>« VeB tasted
with the pnl«Ti«copo, the diamor d lenien have been
tonn to adirat tutren percept, less heated r ysthan
rpi other pfibble. They *<•. grftvd with «r«at
fcientitl'c accuracy, aTe free from ehrumat'-c sour?a-
tfins. tnd proinca a h'lshtEets *D(l oUslactr.esB of
TiEion-not before r-i:air.ed iii cBettnciec, Uana^aC'
tnnd hy the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Cocg-
pnny. New York. For «3le by ratpoi-tihle atrsnts in
tverr city in th« XTcior. S. Co-iail, Jeweler and
Optician. Me Kolr Aseut for Hous'tn, Tt-xas. IProia
whom that can ot)ly b9 oblatred. No Ded'llers rra-
pJoyod. The treat cenand tor tbese'tipwctft^les has
inir.re"- unscrupulous dealer*) to paim off an inferior
snd spurious article for the " Dlanoiid." Great
care should be taken to see that tbe trade mark
(whirh !■- protected by American Letter* Patent) la
eta roped on every p ir. norlJDeod&Wtowlr
Q.BAND KATEAOBDINARY SCHKM C OF THB
CAPITAL PBIZS,..,. §200,000
And all otber prizes doable those of
tbe ordinary Drawings;
Apply to, or address, 4
168 Common St., New Orleadb, La.
67 & 69. • • -Main St... .07 & 6^
CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS, &e.,
Casfeiugs, Hoes, Chaiaa, etc.
WOOD AND WILLOW
BEL T 1 N G
Gam find Hemp Pick*Eg,
Hoae, L^atl Pipe and Sheet Le.-.a,
GAS PIPES PUMPS
PIPE CUT and FITTED to ORDER
By experloncerf workman,
Brans Cooka, Yalseb,
Whistles and Ganges.
Tin. Sheet Iron Ac Copp«rwar
bO 3 JGXKT IOE. THB
J. L. M O T
Jox the eale of t^.e
AND OTHE2 STOVES.
"JAt> $i. JLowia Hotel.
Xai3 MAGNIPlUKNf HOTHL, LATELY BB-
ne«edauditreitlyiaipr<]7ed andeutlrelr re<umieb6d
in most suoptuous aud rleeant fty!a, bv the ot. Loclx
Hotel Association, o' wbioh £ F. Mioto". Ksq., o
Nfcw Orleans, is the President, waa OPKNKD to the
tiaveiinK commnnlty on the first Day ol tfNBBO-
«BY, 7878, under the n>nu «om-ot of the aaAsr-
signed. HIRAM CRVBSToN,
Tomerly Prop^fr- of 'he New York Hot*!.
COTTON PBE8SB8, ETC.,
The 38 asterSpv'ts of the World,
The Ireapure House ot America
THl GBBAT BOSK OF THI YKAB.
Averts report r ales "of Si to I'ifl copies in a few
huuraor^ PB^^ 4b«OSPRRl>,
New York, Chicago. Cincinnati, fet. Lonia New
Orleans. aifaa fe .lET cetoD*W3
SOO THING SYRUP,
lor Children Teething,
greatly feclBtatw the prow o' tn>thine, b?eoften
ins tbe rites, reduclaf stii inSimarion—will allay
ALL PAI >. find a sp^modic *&tiou aid ig
Sure to Regulate ihe Bowels.
Depeod xt>on it, nothers. it wlIlrgiT« rest tO' yaar-
Rftiief ai!«; Keanu taw Infanfg.
This va'nB.01^ pr'nStratioo ban been used irith
never falHr 2 sufeoct-g in
thousands cf Censes,
It not only Mlie-ras tb ch)'d frons psin, bnt Id rig-
or ties the stomr.ch an^ bo-svrfr,cwnvets acldlt*. and
CiveH tone and to the whole >ystem. Ix, will
^iscogt instantly -ell'-ve
Urfptas laihss and V?'l d f#l!c
b«!'.e eil the bfft and unrest remedy in the
Torld.iji all e if a o' DiHeAK'iXJiX Ajii> DiAB-
lSi.ajii IN C3ILDhB«—ao iiotlut your preiadlec
nor tie wjudls.s of others, siani selweeu ycur
sufifsrlrp eUllo Mid the rrlieT will SUMC—yes,
aBsolutoly sare—f> follow the vfiw 01 tue R Rdiciae if
limnly as«i. Full dlrecUvDB ror u ins*ili toa m-
oacy each bottle. None ceuofoe unites tbe uc-tisi-
llw or 0UKTX8 t Ir'ErKINS. ^ew Xor*, on the .eut'
Bold by Drueeists tbtouahoct the.world.
S«B25DT W«fc W 6ra
PRATT'S COTTOH 6INS
Prlaoip:.l Office ?01 West Fifth St. CincirsaaU 0
ONLY RELIABLE 8IFT DISTRIBUTION
IM TEB OOCHTBY.
N VALUABLE Q-IFTS
To be'ctistricutad la
L. D. Si NE'S
15Ssh BSGDtiAR HONTflLf
To He Drawn Slondny, New. 23* '18J4,
TWO GBAND OtPWAB-PBIZK OF
; $5,000 Each? in Greenbacks!
_.. e Prizes of $1000 5
Fire Prizes of JBnOO
Ten Prizes fit $100
One Horse end fiugGle, with Silver-monnte4 Bat
nasis worth ftsct;
One Fin.} tased f*.0'"v-ci0d Pianos worth esse;
f Vs Billy f^rirtf Macbinos, worth 8101 each.
Five hetvs siS',d cold hantica wati&es sad haavr
gi. C chalao, wo-tfc 82U0 each !
Flyt goll Atoeciean bunting watehee, worth
Ten Ladles' G-old auntisit Witches, worth 915
SOO Gold *td Plirar Lever Hontin? Watahec.
worth from *20 to J30U e«ch.
Lnrtios' Geld Bracelets aud LsontJoe Chains,GteuVe
Solid (ioW and Silver Vest tbainv, Mirer-plated
Oibtoje. Solid tflverand Doable-Plated Table nod
"eaapoo'is, Ivory-Bar die i! Drrer k*lrer, Siiver-
piate.i Dlt.aer ForiiB PhoSof.r ph Albums, Jewelry,
Wh*ie 1*. njjtbei- ef (;nit« 6,SOO
Sicksw limited lo 60,i<00.
K?" Agetin WnntcH ro etl Ticket*, t«
wiioi> LibtTttl rrtnsipuis will be ptJd.
Tlci.-e-i s #1 | Tlck.Us *Sa
TTwrclve TlciirfB ?18| "wsatj"
J?ive t Ickete SiiO,
Olrealarr. .-orli f.-lu? a 'nl' list of pr*res, a ^<ucrlp.
tion ni the c jwnrt o.* lirswlBjf, and othsr iuioriat--
tit.n 1-j r feroiicr to th lietrfta \on. will be sent to
my oai.. oriieilna tb<trc. All utters mast fee a*-
I., tf. MNk, S6,
> 01 W. Plttk octii DAWly
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Chew, J. C. The Houston Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1872, newspaper, November 14, 1872; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth235017/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.