Dallas Daily Herald (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 19, 1873 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY HERALD.
J WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 '73.
j BY TELEGllAPII.
j Associate Press Dispatches.
jf LouJoo Feb. 18. The Brighton train
1 collided with wagon drier; both lad and
I homes terribly mangled tiwanisbij) IrUi-
f. ttva third of lbs Philadelphia and Mvor-
pool line has been for a month ready for
launching which has been prevented by
the in in the river. -
Steamer l'ennsylvanlft the pioneer of
the line will malts hor trial trip eatly
In April. m
' . Atlanta Oa. Feb. 18.-The legislature
baB takou no uction on the bond coiupro-
i wiso; will adjourn Bins dio to-morrow
' night. Robert P. Tripp confirmed Judge
' of ths Supremo Court. Pullman Palace
'' Corg commonco running to-day from
f" Lynchburg to New Orleans without change
by Kouesaw routs via. Mobile Montgome-
J;1 ry Atlanta (hence by Western & Atlanta
J to Dulton Lynchburg & Washington and
Belma. Through .trains after suspension
':' of three months resumed on the Alabama
'- Central Road Alabama river at this
''" ponit within three feci of the great July
tlood Still rising.
Ricbuioud Feb. 18. Heavy rains re-
ported from all eeotions of the Slate dur-
ing the last three days and heavy land
M slides on seveaal. railroads causing de-
1 tention of trains. River at Lynchburg
' about fourteen feet above usual level. At
.' this point It Is about 10 feet whioh will be
;. greatly increased by flood from above.
Pittsburg Feb. 18. Ulood inoreaaes.
Heaviest disaster known. Twolve persons
reported drowned. Clean sweep of barges
Detroit Feb. IS. James H. Cbapin for
several yeors editor of the Free Press
Trent&n N. J. Feb. 18. Railroad bill in
.!r tho iuterest of Pennsylvania Railroad
passed the Senate. Vote 11 to 9.
New Verk and Philadelphia bill in in-
terestof the National railroad passed the.
House. Vote 41 to 18.
New York Feb. 18 Archbishop Mo-
Clookcy has appoiuted Rev. Father Pres-
ton of St. Aunis Victor General in place
of tho late Father Storrs.
Several creditors of Rowels Bros state
the olaims in this country against the
firm amount to over $300000. Japanese
claim said to be as much as 60000.
' . It is claimed that Nathan Apploton
. whose property at Newport has been at-
. ' tacked in interest of the Japauese is lia-
'' ble as partner and beyond what can be-
' realiied from his estate. Rut little is ex-
psoted by creditors.
" Innldition to the vessel American Con-
gress whioh has already been reported as
probably loss it is statod that two other
I ships the Lincoln and Stirling Castle both
Rrilish hnve probably met some bad fate.
; Stirling Castle sailed from New Vork on
v December lOlh for London had a crew of
20 men. The Lincoln Bailed on Docember
' 11th and hid a crew of 2d.
Washington; Feb. 18 Senate Com-
mittee ou privileges and elections all pre-
senled. Assembled at U o'clock now 1
o'clock and stilt in session. Members who
cams out for reasoning purposes re fusod
... td answer questions. Congress unimpor-
.) New Orleans Feb. 18 Shrevoport
Fire was discovered in F. & 13. Jacobs'
-building at 4 o'clock this morning. The
v. ' stoic and contents were totally dostroyed.
'n The loss was about $100000-insurance
unknown. Also Rears' three-story build-
.'.'i ing adjoining and Beveval frame stores to-
tally destroyed. Total loss about half a
Yonkors Fob. 180:05 a. m. The en-
gine of l'onkers' speoial train broke loose
from the train and ran as fur as Hast-
ings runuing into the down train mid
making oomplete wreck of the cars killng-
several paeseugers. It ; appears that the
lever of the engine broke and the engineer
v:"" was unable to stop the engine. The wound-
cedars being moved to ths hospital at
'Kjjv .Yonkers. -
London Feb. IT Noon Coniols 92
92 J ; Fives 00J . Breadstuff steady rod
winter wheat lit 46; torit 68(S(i.
-y Paris rents 6(T2. j
vi' Liverpool Feb. IN Noon Cotton opened
quiet and steady j Uplands 9jd. Orleans
10J. Latter Cotton steady ; sales 10000
.bales; speculation exports 1000 from
Savannah or Charleston as follows: Janu-
i ary and Februrry 9 9-16 March 9f.
New York Feb. 18 Hatteroe arrived
. out of Cuba oily.
London Feb. 18 Stocks dull; Gold Arm
at 14J; Money' firm at I-8)11-16 per
dime ; Exchange long 9 short 10 ; Govern-
ments dull; State Bonds steady; Cotton
.05. ; nominal sales 453 bales; Uplands 21c.
...v Orleans 21 jo. '
Flour dull wheat dull corn dull pork
firm' mess $11 75; lard firm ; 'Hams dull
" at 8 6-168.: ;
'i. New Orleans Feb. 18 Corn firmer
' white 90o; brown $1 40; hay dull lower
prime 8f choice 38; pork declined new
t !' 60; dry suit meats easier at to 7 j ;
bacon easier at 8J to ; no shoulders;
'J; hams 12 to 12 j ; lard dull tierce 7 to 8J
keg DJ ; Bugar firmer fair to fully fair 7J
. to U prime to others unchanged;
Sterling 24; sight par gold 14J.
Cotton quiet sales 4S00 bales ; good or-
dinary 18c; low middliogs 18; middlings
Si. " IUJ-. - Orleans middlings l'JJ.I
Reooipts 1074 balo8; exports Liverpool
8C4S Continent 6771 slock 183085.
Salt Lake Feb. 18-Snow 20 feet deep
in the mountains. Slides expected on lit-
j;' Augusta Ale. Feb. 18 A resolution fa-
voriug woman suffrage passed the House
"" ' 64 to 09.
Madrid Fob. 18 The Official Gaiette
will on Thursday next contain the
( - proclamation) offering amnesty to tho
Carlisle now in Insurrection in the North-
era Provinces if they will within two
. . weeks lay down their arms and submit to
the authority of ths governments. If the
insurgents refuso to aoeept tho offor they
will be energetically pursued and deois-
r ive measures will be adopted by the Gov-
ernment for suppression of the inBurreo-
i tion. i
The question of sending representatives
to South American Republios is under
'.k. consideration by the government.
ti.. The majority of the committee on privil-
V ge and elections will His understood
report in favor of new election in Louis-
f ! ; ' Una. i
Thers will be two minority reports one
sustaining MoEnery as Governor of that
' it Sut BnJ admitting McMillon as Sena-
tor; the other sustains Kellogg as Gov-
-V 5rnoi;i nd Emitting Ray to the Senate.
; This is the present oondition of the eom-
f mltteei although they nay before
ing a report unanimously reoommea d
' new election lniuiiiiv-
. Hon. J. W. Sykos of Alabama will this
week present his or"1101' " ths 8onai
as Senator from that State for tern com-
mencing 4th of March accompanied by a
memorial setting forth the grounds of hit
claim. He attendod bj his coumol E. A.
O'Neill and fien. Jn- J- Morgan. Mr.
Sykeswaselcotcdbynhat is known as
the Capital Legislature.
The points to be represented involve the
legality of both bodies olaiming to bo the
Legislature of the Stall full eovenient
Claims Committee agreed lo allow Mrs
Dohogren $70000 for hr husbands patents.
She olaitnod f200000.
Nomination of David P. Smith as 8u.
pervlsing Inspector Oeneral of a team-
In the House to day Polard of Vermont
chairman of Credit Mobilior oeinmittee
and made a long report reoiting in detail
all the t'uots in evidence against eaoh ons
of the members implicated. The Speaker
was entirely exculpated from all oonneo-
tion with the matter he having dcoliued
to take any Iuterest in Credit Mobilier
stook in regard to DaweJ Lofield Kelly
Bingham and Schofield Vila the facts in
each oase stated with more or less Bevere
criticism on their notion and commending
totbe consideration of membors approach-
ed under like oiroumstanous.
The letter of the venerable Senator Bay.
lard of Deleware declining to lake a
peouniary Iuterest in any matter that
might come before him a) a Legislator.
In regard lo Ames and Rrooks Iheir
conduct Beverly reprobated and resolu-
tions of expulsion in rofcrence to eaob of
them reported to tho House. The report
having been read further action on it de-
layed till Tuesday noxt.
In regard the Senators involved the re-
port states that ovidonoe implicating them
has been sent to the Senate for its aotion.
After Thursday noxt it will be impossi-
ble to get any bill through the House
whioh can't command a majority of two
thirds beoause from then till end of ses-
sion motions to suspend the rules are in
order and can bs made u against any
pendingmatter and time can be consumed
in calling yeas and naes. On such mo-
tions this may be important as applyiug
to any Legislation that may be (attempted
for Louisiana or any other matter that
has not a clear two thirds majority in its
Sonator Sawyer from committee on edu-
cation and labor reported bill with amend-
ments. The bill for promotion in Southern
States as amended provides for distribu-
ting two millioms la Delaware Maryland
Virginia West Virginia Korth and South
Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Mis-
sissippi Louisiana Texas Arkansas Mis-
souri Kentucky Tennessee and District
of Columbia in ratio of their population
for the education of children from 0 to 1G
years old irrespective of color or condi-
House bill declaring that the exemp.
(Ions allowed by the bankrupt law shjill
be tho amounts allowed by the constitu-
tion and laws of each State in 1871 and
such exemptions to be valued nguinst
debts contracted before adoption of such
State constitutions as well as those con-
tracted afterwards and agiinst liens by
judgment or decree of any State court la-
ken up and paBsedJ
New York Feb. 18 Simmons the at-
ledged murderer of Yeargan was removed
from Bellerve Hospital toToaibs and will
be arraigned to morrow. . '
Mrs. Smith occupant of tenement
house 177 Snoket street Brooklyn left
her two children locked up in a room to-
day alone. While she was absent the
house caught tire and the children were
burned to death.
Boston Feb. 18 The IIouso nppoiotcd
the 2d Wednos l'iy in March for the eleo-
tion of Senator Wilson's successor.
Madrid Feb. 13 Spanish journals ex-
press surprise that the Don Carlos is suf-
fered by the French to remain so noar the
Debate on Porto Rico reforms continues
to-duy in assembly.
St. Petersburg correspondent of the
North German Gazette states that the ex-
pedilionaiy force to Kehira does not ex-
ceed 7000 men.
To the Citizens of Dallas City and
Tho undcrsignod lias established
himself as General Stock Auction-
eer and Commission Merchant in
your midst. Stock of nil kinds and
goods of cvo'7 discription bought
and sold on tho most reasonable
Having located myself in Dallas
for tho purpose of conductipgtho
above business in a legitimate way
I hopo with past ' experience to
merit tho palronago of the good1
people of Dallas city and tho coun-
try at largo hoping to bo ablo to
givo justice and gonoral satisfac-
tion to all parties. In' connection
with the above business I have es-
tablished an Intelligonoo Office
where I will rocoivo applications for
business of every naturef. Persons
wishing employment and parties
desirous' of hiring laborers for any
kind of work will find it greatly to
their interest to apply at the Intel-
ligence Office . . i
Merchants wishing to have goods
of any description sold1 can send
thcra to my sales room wherol
will soli at night auction.' I hold
myself rospousiblo for all property
of any doscriptian ontrustcd to my
caro for sale. The best of city ref-
erence given. !
Office on Commerce stroot oppo-
site Livery Stable of Messrs. Gas-
ton & Work West corner of Publio
square whero I will bo pleasod to
soo my friends of Dallas and the
country during the businosa hours
of day or night.
1L A. KIBBLER. "
My nrst sales will
Saturday noxt tho 15th inst.
when I will soli at public outcry
a BUDonor lot nf toai.i .: i.
yokes and chains one largo road
urn (rrr a Inf i . S
ut mules ana horses
ambulance and harnoss and other
property. Persona wishing to sell
any stock or make ; purchasos will
find it to thoir intorest to call and
soo mo. i
: M A. HIBBLER.
vl-n2-d-ly ...... ...
. .1 ' I ill
Why Eadura What ! I'mwnble f
'Whatcau'tcurtdmmt be iinlurd" ujrs tb
promt) ; but InJtgottloa cn b cured llnrofore U
ll tin HMmt ituj.Ult to tudurt It PyiHptk
bv ctrululy rlht to coutlaut dyaptptlci to the
ndur thtlrdiyt If tliaycl.oou but it U uot ati.-
iwwd tlit any ratloDtl btiai prebre pbyiloal tor
minttooasiidUMi()u()probllly li u.at If
11 iinorpr H-oin Inillgoitlon wert coutIiiu.1 tliat
au abwhito labllible rsawili tt their couipUlnt
exltJ Ihr wouU wlon cccril rort (0 lti Wf
m.t in)htlclly decl.re that tuch a ruiJy do
ud tliai in nana li lMlutter'i Stomach lilt tara
The record of Its oncceu oxtomli oyar a period of
moro than twauty year. and it It fearleuly alltgcd
that during the whole of that time It hue notcr
failed to afford peruianeut relief lu any dlierder or
dorauouiat ol theetouiach that waa not org ale
luallguaul aud lucurable. The teetimonlale that gn
to MUWI.li tbia impotlaut faot caa ba counted by
thothouwnd. Stemauh oouiplalutf that .had beeu
Bgra..ted by total dltregard of all dietary rulee
and luteniidi.daud reuderod cbrouio by medicinal
treatment or dm.tlc puritlon hare lu huudrede o
liiilancM bono cured within tl.roe mouth! by the
yiteuiatlouwortlillcvlolirate.l itomachlo and al-
turnatlve. It abould bo wmemljored that Ooakueia
of the dlgonttee organi Inrolvoe many other all-
meuti. llilllouvneai lioailache nervous dbll!lly
paemi pulpltatioa of tboheuit rush of blood to
the head naoaea rertlgo ;aud iloepleaiuen are
among In commltauli aud rceulti ; aud for all thmo
the greut vogotablo toulo le a ipociflo. It act! flrat
upon tbo etoniach and through the touiaeti upon
tlio soorctory and norroue eyitunu aud the boweU
Ita gcunal effect being always genial and beuettcont
Beware f Cnloairl. '
And all Morvural compounda. lletter (ar bettor
endure dlanaee than lamper will tl.ie uiluural pole-
ou no matter how carefully pn.parod. Ita eilnn-
lv use Iim already proron the cnuae of great and
dUtreaalng lujury. Dr. Tutt'e Liver Pllla coutaiue
uotaniirilcle of Mercury andcaube taken at all
tlmea with perfoct ealuty
Yazoo Cuu.srr Miss. May 3 1860.
Dr. . Jf. TV .
I have bean amartyrto MverOompUInt foo throe
yoara and altor employing the beet of doctore and
eiMiid.ng almoatall I wai worth for different kinds
of meiliclno your aguut luduced lue to try your
Livot I'.lla. I have lakon thorn rug-ilarly for aovo. -alwoeke
and have been eo much bonefl led by them
that I fuel confident ol a perfect cure. I consider
theiu the beet Liver Medicine ever d iacoverod
Dr. Tutt'g Hair Dye haa no Bail Odor.
Trade tupplled by 11. V. Oioaoi Galvealon
WMiiiooal.'iNUr4Co. N. 0.; Connm Wai
lea and II. C. UoaMNa Co. Uallae and all drug-
giata throughout tbe State.
JJEWARE Of COUNTERFEITS.
JOB MOSES' JSKStff
ore Mlnwirffu coONTKRrilllD. lluhtneit VrvngUU rn-
ilearer le rell Iht emntnjtiu la nakt greater proAM. Tin
gcaitiiu htmttie nan.ee Job Itlarao each park-a-e.
Allothereareworthleaalu.itiulone. The Ken-
nine Pllla are uufniliii In the cure of all those pain-
ful and dangerona dlaeaaoa to which tho female con-
stitution la subject. They moderate all cioti.ee aud
remove all obslructloae.from whatever can.e.
TO MAIIRIED LADIES
they are particularly lulled. They will In a short
Jliue bring on the monthly period with regularity ;
and although very powerful contain nolhlug hurt-
ful to tbeum.titutlfti. It all case or Nervous aud
Bplnal Ad'rtlons Fains lu the back and limbs fa-
tigue en slight exertion palpitation of the Urart
Utat erica and Whites they will effect a enre when
til other means hare filled. The circulars around
each package giro fall direction and advire.or will
be sent free to all writing for thorn aoaled from ob-
servation N.B. In all cases when the Genuine cannot be
. obtained One Dollar enoloaed to the Sole Propria-
lor JOB MOSES 18 Cortlanpt St. New York will
In.nrea bottle of the emitiae containing fifty pllla
by return mail securely sealed from auy knowledge
One alp of this will bathe the drooping spirit tn
ellglit above the bliss of dreams. Ba wise and
taate. .VHlon'i Comu.
It ha) been truly and significantly said that do-
mantle happiness is more dependent on good diges-
tion tl.nn virtuous creeda or moral codes 1 If tho
dogma liuhifl the oracle can lie consulted by a
prootpt application to Price tho Drlphlo author of
the UelobritU'il Aromatic 8ioiuar.il Hitters. Wher-
ever vfilhiu the length and breadth of the land
Price's Hlttere have penetrated eTery houacliold
lift beuu illuminated by the.UH.Iiinenf an uncloud-
ed joy end every family revelled In theaweelK of
health aud cotitcutinc.it. The .parkliug eye. tbe
rniltly cheek the chenrfui amlle anil happy glance
no leas than the ebt.tlc slop and the unfaltering
tread what are they but the eloquont telltales of
some vitalizing elixir) No secret liotany hold
the rhar.n no scientific aluhomy oreates the spell
The days of miracle are gone ; the muicio mysteri-
ously working wonders have passed away and the
age a plain practical one j give us a simple tonic
that by a hnppy amslgaiuatioo restores to energy
and strength the enervated system. Take "Price's
(Mebratod Aromtalo Stomach llittera' and you
bid an eternal farewell to such uuwelcome gnests
a. dispep.ia Inrilgdiou nervousnesg neuralgia
ttatulcucy aud debility.
JAMES W. JW01C0
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors
Lock Box 1(6 New Orleans Ia.
Garllngton Maraalia & (Jo Wholesale Urocers
II ii Mu Texas Sole Agents for Northern Texas
JJELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS .
Cure Coughs Colds Asthma Bronchitis tiore
Throat Iloaraene.e difficult breathing Incipient
Com.timptton and luing Dl.ea.ea. They have no
ta.te of medicine and auy child will take them.
ThouHand. have been restored to health that had he.
fore despaired. Testimony given in hunilrMta.fca.ee.
Ask fut l)rAK Pui Kosie Wirius. Price 35 cents
lnniirtiL'i..uui.i.. .0 i -i i a. u.
per vu vo"a pi i m iieou. at.
Kevt York. .: ' .
JiM. I tllFHIH.
a . Austin.
jj trims TT7RNER . CO.
.i : . . Wholesale Dealsrs In
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
19 Vanklla Utreet .........H
(Under the Ilntchlns Ilonse)
Mar. l72-20:ly.) HOUSTON TJtXAS.
r. A. satri I. w. cnt w. i. tat ex
F. A. SAYRE & CO.
VVlioleKule and Retail
DHU G&lfl T 8
(Cochran Walker's eld Stand .)
Oppetlt the Crntchlold Ileass.
NorM-lJ Iyr. DALLAS TEXAS.
DALLAS - TEXAS. .
JOHNSON & McILHENNT Paop'e.
flaring renovated and newly furnished this heuae
threnghoul we guarantee the beat accommodations
n Northern Texas. jaut isri.nti
Vt. A. Jones
A. JONES k CO.
1VI10LKSALK AND BUT All
DEALERS IN STOVES &0.
HON 01 TUB DIG OOtFIK POT :
Main Street - - Dallns Tetai.
. slnr All Orders Proaiptly Attsndsl Tt
yil.MAHS UK OS.
Wholesale k Retail
Staple and Fancy Groceries
PROVISIONS TOBACCO CIOARS
WINES to LIQUORS
OF ALT KIXDS
Elm & Main : s
DALLAS TEXAS.. I
Highest Cash price paid for toon try produce
They beg tbe attention ofthe public to the follow
lug coium l.aion specially dire .'led to thetn by Messrs
Mercer Agnow k Co They alee anuounce their
agoucy for Seuours Celebrated Uallsaya Blttets.
. BY APPOINTMENT. '
The trade In the United States of America will
ploase observe that Williams llros. of Dallas Texas
(1'nited Slates) have beooue agent for the sale of
our Gin. We would specially recommend parties to
purcuas direct from the n thorebyipreventlng fraud.
Ittercer. Agacw&t o.
EVCIIY DAY AT 10 A. M
Farties wanting Labor or Situations apply to
M. A. HIBBLER
AUCTIOMKHIt AND AI'PRAIiiKll.
West comer of the Suaro opposite 0 titon & Works
Commerce - - Street
- Ti-nedwtf j
A. JO!VES & CO. ' !
Stoves and XKCanniaetnrera of
Sign thi "Big Cofti Fd" Main St.
Agency for tho Sale of the
A larffe And riimoln.A titpl nf TIm.p
hand. Merchant and dealers will find It tn their
interests to give them call before builng or order
Job Work of .11 Je.nelntlnN attlnl!a la
iiu .ur. uenv gnaraaieeu.
Orden HolloMed and Promptly Filled
April 39th 187 1 33:tf.
Joui M. Samuels....
.0. W. Stonir.
Fntlt Trees Ornatnentol Plan s Flower Seed
grown In the South only lor the South tho bar-
gest Stock ; moat complete assort n . Sends for
Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue.
Sept 7 72-fj2:ly J.J. TJTTS Agent
. In accordance with provisions of a Deed of Trust
executed by Itobort Johnson bearing date the 19th
day of Novomber 1R72 for the purpose of securing
J 0. Crnlohfleld in the isiruent of a Note fir fflw
gold bearing even dato wilhaald Deed and by di-
rection ef aai.l Jams O. Crutchtteld I will sell to
the highest liideer for gold in baud at the' Court
House in Dnllaa on riatnrd.y the let day f Ilarch
1871 Lot No. 1 la block (1 In Tuliervlll's Addition
to the Town of Dallas togsther with the appurte-
nancas thereon belonging.
r WM. H. THOMAS Tiusts. ;
Dallas Texas February 7 UTJ.-liliwJt
. MICR0SCOPI0 CUAIIMS.
A landscape view 100 portraits a pretty actrest
or dlslinguiehed personage your wife sweetheart
or self photographed In ft space no larger than
needle's eye Inserted In a petite charm with power-
ful mioroeooplo leue to wear on your watch chain
a flngar ring or pin. Agcuts supplisd. (Uegister
letters or for large amounts ssud P.O. Order.) Send
stamp and 60 ceuts for sample. I
J. U. MOItltOW Anstin Texas.
rrormerly til Broadway N. t.i (al:mo.
I am thank ful for 5 years' past patronage and
I now can be found one doer last of the Keaton
House up stairs over Cochran's drug store on Com-
merce St. 1 will say that ny office Is welt fitted up
for the tecer.tinu of ladles very quiet and pleasant.
My work la ;n exhibition both In the olty and
County. Broken gold plates taken at fair valuation
for nark. All work warranted. Call and give
trial. 15: If. . . . J. A. BEEQAK.
JAN'D FOtt SALE. : : . r ' i
m ACRES . '
' " I
Five miles from Dallat out of the J. B ItcOommas
giant described on page 43 Hook 0. County He-
cords lu deed to Spofford Price f .1.00 gold.
FOSTER A BLESMNO
Februsry S 1873-21:1 1. '
JESIUE.CE i'OB SALE
. . On Padfle Aremne near tk river. All neces-
sary eut-bnlldlngs all comfortable and the dwel-
ling oneofthe) beat finished In the city. For prist
and farther particulars ennulre of
. JOHN UENuf BROWH SON
:tf. . ; Real Estate Agents
YeryllttU nwi. Fwailehyi ..;'''
I .; I ('it Hi-.ill li .. 1 ... .t:... :t!( j:. ... I .!; r . ii-
i 1101 'i "N .11- . ) hi.. nt "'I: il '
FOX & HE1TMANN
IRON HOUSE OF TEXAS
llOTJfiSTON 1 ;
For the Fall and Winter Trade
Are now recWlog th Urt Btuek of
IRON AND STEE3L
Blacksmiths' Stock (
1 . i . .
f' Hardwr Tin-Plate Bto
' Ever DroiiRht Into the State
; from- ;
NEW YORK PlTTSBLBli k LIVERPOOL
With tbe lor ft ttlocl aud the fewest Print wi can
DEFY t OnrilTITIOV!
Houston Nor. td ll"!-l:tnios.
The completion ef the Missouri Kansas A Texas
Railway from tb. North to Denisoa Texas has
opened "P two first-el. ee ell-rail ltouteatoSt. Lonle
and the East. Al Vinila (3o4 miles from Hi. I.Oui.)
thetralaa ef this "Pioneer line from the North1'
connect with tr.hu of that new and splendidly
built line the Atlantie A Pacific Railroad aad af
AVaVifM (IM mile front St. L.ale) they eonneot
with th. popular Miseuari Pacific K.llread. Kitb.r
Hoote is a good one thoroughly .qnlppod with all
modem Improvements and lauds lis passengers in
St. Lsuls the Metropolis of the Ureat Weat in time
to connect with efereis through .reutes to Ibe North
South and Eastf ... ... . .
THE ST. LOUIS ROUTE
Is destinod to become the popnUr out to all point!
Knit. FiMMMjnre bare frwchoioe ef routes orar
the MUieiirl. Kinft k TexM RallwiTl Via Vinit
and the Atlantie k Pacific Rail rot d er lie ftdnio
and the lllatourl Pacific Kallruad. Vail informa
tion ma be obtained at the o HI cm of the Uoaton
Txae Central K. ft. Kl Paeo Mail Hdo Minott-
ri Kaniaa k T-im Killwy or vpon addreailug
K. A. Ford General l'Mienger Agent St. Louie
Mo. (Feb. I '73-31:1 j.
t. i. Atinfi ... t. Mo arb.
.DAMS A LEONARD
y ! TlX AS.
W .raaerananently located la this ally and de
a goneral Banking Business. We hey and Mil lx-
New Toik Kbw Oklkixs
Si. Louis Gaitibtom A Hocito
And all the principle towns In Texas wi draw .HrstfJ
On tht Prineipl Clhn tj Europt.
rreneaiin uei. B.svvreiwwwriTaicrt naiai
aaak.eolUotloasat all oei61eplils Uthelitate
Irnns en. antri(i
1 fntirto jecur of Soro
tU Nwtoui DsjbllltT tai all dl
arising ftom Bn impur ooo
The merits af tht raVisbleprenan.
raadar. of thl.Jof the""'!"
Certidestee aa Weient.d tn
Tlu Mna! Hrtrad a aVeiaiofi.
sayi 'h h us d It n cant of BcnZ
llila .n k... .( I. . ... .
7 7 "MV wsmw wiui aaticaaau
Ur. T. C. Pitt of BaltltnoM.r.
commends It W all poraons autTerln
with diseased n.ood laying 11 issu-
perlor to anj prepantlon he hu tree
M'T; ?".bnr n11 of t Bain.
v."..... win auuia aaye am
has beeuso much bonefiit.d by ltausa
hath cheerfully recommends it to
all his frleude and acnitaintancee
Cra Co. Pruggirts at Oor.
donivlllo Va. say it never hu Med
ta vlv eiaitleirti..-.
lausi-t ii Mndrlaa. alorfteea-
tro TeanaeuM. lays It cured him of
Rheumatism whoa all alst failed.
lUsailalla tanotaMurotquack uren-
aration lu Ineiwliants are published
on ev.ry package Show It to your
rhyelclen and ha will tell you It 1
j"' vi iu euwngesi uiennrej
('nat eilat and le an excellent Blood
J'urifler. Bid our apace admit we)
could giro you tustiutonta Is front
AVer. Ittat. In (V. . ..J
. - . ...u wsu.H UH II WI.
persons kuownto ererynsn womasj
I. nil chilil -i(K.. .... -iu. '
UosatUUt U toU by all Druggist.
mams 4 Co.
BaLTIUOM. Salt ProvrularM
JOHN P. HENBY
Jti 8 Cou.iu Putctt
ir York. WltoUtak Agent
AUSTIN & CO '
Sodtu 8idi Puaiio Sooaax '
Pnllnit . '.. !V'.'p;'!Ie3sn.
DEALERS IN '
wclie - Jewelry
We are agents for the Waltliam and Elgin wstch.
ee and sell them at tho manufacturers' price (ike
country la full or worthless Imltatloas bawar at
them.) We sell the Merton Gold Pea the best pen
in the world at Morton's price. We sell thegeau-
Ine ltogara A Brothers' plated Ware. We sell I
Black's patent Iulercbnngeebla Spectaclee In geld
silver and steel frames. We keep a general assort-
ment of ladlas' fine gold Watches at low prloee.
We keep the host stock of Jewelry ta northern
Texas aud recelre new goods every week. We keep
a good aaaortment of Clocks aad Hell okeap. We keep
one of John Bliss A Co.'e patent Trauslt Instru-
ments hy means or which we alwayahara the oor-
reot time. We warrant our Watolss and Clocks to
glresa'.lslactlon. Particular intention paid lo re-
pairing One Watches All wu-k warranted.
V. AUSTIN k CO.
June 1 lS72-.Wf.
q7sT(JN k WORK
Feed Sale & livery Stable
' Cok.Ctmataei A Houstox fs
DALLAS - t TEXAS.
And Carriajeifor Ilin on Short Kolia.
. Furnished for ehy point in Ihslsletlor.
City Omnlbui Line
and Hay Scald
at this SUble.
W. J. clABK...i.
..JNO. U. BB1AM
. Wholesale ana Retail
Dealers in Dry7 Goods
WOOD AND ; WILLOWWARE
STOVES AND FAUMnC IUPLEME.MS.
" ' ' 1 Audi ioiurt taf
' . i.
Win. flic illsuaia'a a?rtbla Engisieia.
WEST SZSZ1 OrfeQUABJD
May 13th 1871. 85:tf.
I COST I at cost:
FOR TI1E NEXT THIRTY DAYS
We will sell a Large and Splendliy Asserted Stock of
33J3X OQXi A-IMKIETSI
Blankets formerly sold attlo.M now (10 10.
Blankets formerly eold at S now sold at $4.
Great Beductlon In
Fur Setts and Ladies' Mls.ee and Children's Knit
Kauks. Hoods. finblas Japanese Silks Plainand
Striped ; Ladies' Alaakl B.bl. worlh Sift now
selling at f 10. Ladies' Alaakl Sable worth M. now
selling ait 14. Benllful Ermine Belle for 7 W
now i. Japanese gilks formerly eold at II now
76o 1 Japanese Btripee sold at Ite. new at 4tc. We
call part Icalar attention to our Btock of very fine
TelTrt an! Cloth Cloatka ani '
LADIES RE ADT.M ADE DRESSES
Which ws offer at 80 per cent less than feet
Giro us a trial while yon can buy for the low prices.
W. 0. RAbBALL A SBU.
Dallas Texas Jan. i 1K3-17 r
JJRlJUlil'S CKIVKBSAI FLOWS
" 'toll ALL KINDS 0 SOIL.
At BALLAD fjorjNTT'rAlBl
AND OVER JirTT PREMIUKS
AT WPPBBENT .
Texas State and County Fairs.
h v- s Tompkim i tlttlefleld
''.- r.r-rf'l Dallas Jsxaa
B. T. Tompkins Jt (V
.1 -i. I.I AM it :i:i v;;!o )
CLOCKS Wfo "Vjd SILVER
P EN S '..pgS JIATED
' J ' '.Will.
'" f ' .v-.''. .
Clark 6 Bryan
.'1 .' t-
'Tywrrsw.(eiv.''. . j
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