The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 18, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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'1-1IK DAILY JIKHAIJ): SUNDAY MOKNIN(i. JANUARY IS X7 4.
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J. Ii. II.IHTIIOI.OW' l.ocnl i:ililur.
Tlio Olllclal Paper of Me lily
VALUABLE HOTEL FROPLRTV
Tho wull known properly known km Ilia
in tli oily of Uttliim Ik offiirad at private
ale For term) Inquire of
GEO. W liAYLOIt ui'
Dallas Nov. 25 U78. iiU f
Wehuvsthe Incllillesuiid lha work
uiob la do an iroml work !
low rales a ran be dona anywhere.
nnd wa lucnn la la it. Urine your
Mne Job Work to T1IK DAILY II I K-
111) Ut'l'K'i:. t'orimr of Mnlu null
KOTICK TO AIVi:ilTINi:i(N.
Hereafter nil blllaformlvcrllsciiieiils
In llils paper will boeollerled monthly
unless otherwise Neclllil Ineoulrncls
No accounts ugnliiNl employes In Hip
IfOlfllll Olllce K ill llOllllOWOll in m'lllo-
menu Willi llio ollloo mile mi order
froiu llio lreprlelor In glvcu.
Mil. t'. V. III.4KIIT
U our nutlmrlgod agent for this city with
IIOWl.T tU llltl 1(0 collections llllll Solicit udvel'-
llwmicuts uinl h ii 'iHt'i i i t ii i h lor UiIm paper.
All contracts miiilu by lilin will bo rccog-
nUtcl by this ollleo.
Mr. W. II. Ninrkt
Of Khroveporl In our authorized agent for
Chat city to whom parties desiring lo udver
ilmi In or subscribe lor Tun IIkiiai.d ure re-
Town I.oIm lor Sale
Twelve lo(s(ono hloi'k) on llio principal
bllSlhOSS street lf till' toW II Of litltl'lllllH on
Jhe Central Itiillrouil in Uullus county for
sale ut low prices. Apply to
JOHN W. SWINDELLS
(ylodlf Jlurulil Ollleo.
Old papnn for ule at this Office
Is this U8 comilk'il Into iiiinimi'i'll?
Ciias. KitiiD. TccKiiu 1m llcki'ti'd fur
Why will mother earth pciwcro in
being un "old souk ?"
And It Is perceived that tho awning
tops uro painted. A Buvugo custom.
Such weuilier ns thin every family
ought to hnvo u street cur of their own
Tub mud will not prevent nerviees
from bolng bold In nil our churches to-day.
'Iiihuu more inulo tallies yeslenlny.
Two In tlio country nnd one In tlio suburbs
Tirnwhul ciune up from the (South
yosti'rdny ghoulish um the nlmosplioro about
a gul low.
rAssnxttEia over tho Central road
compliment the malingers iiion llio shiui:
tluio they ma lie.
Jiru professions have grown so In
this city Hint desk-room in oillc.es iNiit iiu
Jvisckhate the gutters. There was
ndiiy when wo could hnvo written dlscni
bowel That Ih passed.
JSEah the Diltz House the roof of a
small shod is reported to liuve fallen lu from
the weight of tho snow.
Insurance companies are getting us
thick in Ibis city iih ash-piles In n wagon-
yarn or squabs In a pigeon roost.
The Iloolt and Ladder Company are
canon per noiieoln nnolhereolumn lo meet
ftt Fields' Hall to-morrow night.
A Railroad Nobleman Charley
Noble of tho Kaunas Fiieine-oniioblod the
railroad circle of our city on Friday.
It took three engines nnd thev had
to hustlo at that to keep the trains in order
onout the l'ncltlo depot on Friday and yes.
EldkkT. W. Caskey of Mississippi.
will oo with Qenerul It. M. Onno nt the
Christian church to-day at 11 o'clock a. m.
ana ai 7 r. it.
All yes ! Vandalia Babcoek slingeth
his goose foather graceful ns a varsotivlenno
o'er n uow desk of aiithino delicacy and arts-
Fifty dollars for six days occupancy
of a store room on oneof our business streets
was exacted ana complained of by a gentle
man In tills cily yesterday.
The only dumago sustained bv Mr.
Austin during ihe few stirring tuoiueuu at
me lire yesterday morning was a slight in-
jury to one ofhlsBhow cases.
"The Scholar's adaptation" and
"Scamping" should have been "set up" in
place of the scholars "adoption" and "scam-
erlug" in our theatrical criticism a few
A cow succeeded iu eating ft hole
entirely through a cotton bale. In this city
on Friday night and thus reducing a five
hundred pound balo to one of four hundred
So.m ebody lias ordered a twenty vara
chain with some other goods from E. II.
Cusblng Houston and neglected lo sign his
name to tho order aud la requested to send
name. Bee notice.
Kee the new advertisement of D.
Ludwig headed "Attention Btock Men."
He wanM a thousand bead of cattlo and a
few good mules. Btock men aud farmers
should glvo him an early call.
The "Hhootists" of our city are re-
ferred to the notice of Mr Duane in another
eolumn. The next pool will bo opened on
Monday and will give the gentlemen of our
city a good opportunity to try their nklll.
The acknowledgement of tho prop
erty owner and occupants of the buildings
endangered by tho fire yesterday morning to
the Hook and Ladder Coin pan v for their
"prompt action" will be found In anoth-
Two men had some rebellious words
over the ownership 0f on old anvil which
wae found In a yard near Cochran street yes-
tcrday but settled It without coming to any
other kind of blows but those tbnt were nec-
essary to carry out their "anvil chorus."
The tire which broke out iu the sec-
ond story of the building occupied by Messrs.
Franklin i'enn early yesterday morning
and was discovered In time and extinguished
with but trifling damage. Horiglnated from
aorue coals falling out of the stove to the
.. floor which It at once Ignited.
A MAN passed up Main street yester-
day afternoon with u wheelbarrow full of
old boots and bats. AVhen applied to by
some one to know what dlsjiosltlon he was
going to nutka of them he replied that it
was about the sixth time he hod cleaned his
yard of the trumpery and that to be sure ho
never would find tbom m his yard again he
Intended to dump thm iu tne TriIlltyi
ElKWHEREln our columns will bo
fonud the anuouncementof E. II. p. Nickels
aaa candidate ior Marshal of llilsclty. Every-
body knowa "Post'! and to aay anything
goo-l nt him would simply be superlative
therefore we ili'Mst from uny i ll'ort lo cum
iikuuI Mill. Hii bus been 5l.iri.hnl mid
everybody hays Hint lie. iiiuiUi n good one
All we Iiiimi to say Is that u good iveuid Ish
O.v it recent trip through (he liilerlur
of llio Western Ktules wn Wore surprised
Hud llio uieiit deinilllil there Is fur Wllllaiu
II I'lirker'sCoiiipoiiinl Fluid r.xlracl llueliu
AI planes remote froiu riilliuail or river H Is
found In iiini'l Willi a ready Male 'J'liintmiiiiiit
of kidney dUi'inies III n larinliig eiiiiiliiunll)'
Is great mid the fariners luivo fnliud Hint lin
uiiiilleliiu Is so suited to their various wants
or gives such prompt relief us Ibis valuable
vxlruut Hold by nil druggists everywhere.
Noihf.s In tho night uro Interpreted
by dlireriint Imaginations in different ways
As for Instance Ii resident of Oho of the streets
ol this city running norlh and south woke
up about one o'clock on Frhluy morning anil
Instantly determined that tliouolse produce
by llio Incoming train on thu Ceiilrnl roud
was an approaching shower of ruin Hoftlv
sliding out of bed so us not to disturb his
wife ho repairs garmented In linen
abridged hiiiidusioiis to the Kitchen um
gathering logolhor n half dozen pans
places Ilium on the llnor In illUcrciil purls of
the house liiiuicdlnlely under certain "leulis
In tho roof and celling. Ho then composes
himself oueo more to slumber mid gels up
the next morning and uftoruu Inspection of
the cans brilliantly concludes Hint the rain
cloud must have been exhausted before It
reached his part of town
The Noiillieru Hotel.
it will be seen by llio curd In .to-day's pu
per that Mr. II. l'agchas opened the above
house us a llrst-eluss boarding house and
guarantees the best of iieeommodallons lo
nil guests who may apply fur hoard elilu
with or without rooms Tho building is
handsome two-story building eligibly slime
teil on llio soullislde of Main street mid wc
very cheerfully commend It to our readers.
1'rlccs reasonable to suit the limes.
Tlio Veritable Gentleman.
1'rof lliigan the artist brought Into Til K
Hkiiam) ollleo yesterday one of llio Inosl
faithfully excelled portraits that we have
overseen it was the likeness of J. W.MwIn
dells Hsq senior proprietor of Ibis paper
Prof Hiigau s work evidences the iniisti
hand nnd t lie trim artistic soul and over a
hundred of our be it elll.ciis can at lost to the
unqiliilllled satisfaction he has given them
Iu the premises.
Tho pool purse has been awarded lo Mr
Urban Hcssard.ho having made the four best
consecutive shots during tho week ending
January 17 171 at Mr. Dunnes Minting Ual
lory. The amount of money in the pool was
7I DO 'Ihe pool for the next week will com-
mence on Monday January III closeing on
First best-Mr. Urban Ilessnrd 1' ;. Heeond
best-Mr. O W. Farmer p'J.
This nun weekly we nro gratltled to learn
Is to bo removed by Its proprietor from Its
pleasant place of publication ut the resl
Hence ol tho Judge sumo few miles down
the river to this clly. Judgo Norton Ik one
of the purest aud most upright politicians in
IhoHtiito a man whose character Is without
a blemish and n Journalist whosu talents and
scholarship has made his paper the chiellaln
ul Hut Hcpiibllcnn press of this State and
we therefore most cordially welcome lis
tublhshment lu our midst.
Messrs. Mltuuluft Withers lmvo bfen no
pointed Htnlo agents for this splendid Hafe
and havo opened an ollleo lu this city. Uur
lug tho great lire al Chicago there was no re
pository or tho kind that stood tho terrific
test so well as Halls and there Is no Htato In
the Union In which It. cannot ho found by
tlio Hundreds. This agency has already dls.
posed of a number In this city to our leading
merchants mid to all who may want one of
tho most secure and beautiful safes inainifac-
tured wo feel fully warranted from Ihe uni
versal popularity of the Hall Sum to fully re
rngo'n Hoot Shoe mitl Hat More.
This extensive establishment now a guar
nnteed success In our city appears In our
columns to-day In a now and well displayed
advertisement to which we Invito Ihcatteu
(Ion of our readers. It Is perhaps the most
ciiteuslve house or the kind lu tho Interior
of Texas carrying a heavy stock which Is
constantly being added to by arrivals by
nearly overy train. Ono speciality of llio
house Is tho manufacture- of custom-made
hoots and shoes to measure iu the house and
Having tlio very best of workmeti In the
shop u lit is always guaranteed. Tho ladles
and children's department Is full nnd com
plete us well as tho hat and cap department.
"Shoemakers and saddlers will also tl ml a mil
line of leather nnd findings all of which ac
cording to Page's motto Is sold "cheap lor
cusli." call and soo their stock.
Hook nnd I.ndder Coninnnv.
You are hereby notified to meet nt FleldH
I heater on Monday evening at 7 o'clock for
business of importance. ly order or the
President. T. J. FRANK.
The meeting of the Dnllas Hoard of Trade
an veriiscu ror last nlglit Is postponed uutil
further not lee. lly order of
W. J. CLARK President.
T. L. Ma usa t. is Secretary. attdtt
We tender to the Dallas Hook and Ladder
Company ourslncerc tbnnks for their prompt
action ior ine protection or our properly on
this morning mid hope that they may con-
iinueto ue a "lower of strength" against the
nre nand in our city.
130 WEN & CONNOR FRANKLIN A PENN.
AUSTIN & CO. WHITAX.ER. HEED .t
Dallas Texas January 17 1874.
J. W. Rowers on tho levee Hhreveuorl. is
Just In recospt of loOO barrels Eastern seed
potatoes beat qualities and iu good order-
Early Rose Early Goodrich. Pluk Eves.
London Lady aud Jackson White.
Amongothor articles Mr. Rowers received
per steamer llovcrnor Allen. IU) hnusheaLs
of sugar 111(1 barrels of moinsses 11 half bar
rels molasses; M kegs Slrop tic Ilatterlc ltio
barrels rice 100 boxes of raisins. 50 boxes
cheese i30 barrels potatoes. lOObarrolsonlons.
60 barrels dried nunles. 20 barrels iri.i
peaches 70 kegs but tot 30 hulf barrels pigs
leet 70 sacks coffee 50 casks bacon. 40 c asks
dried salt moats 40 casks ham 50 half bar-
rels mackerel No. 2 25 mixed Nos. 1 nnd J.
100 kits No. 1 100 kits No. 2. and flftT kit
shore mackerel extra size for family use.
r or sale ror cash only. Remember Mr. Bow.
ers when you go lo Sbreveport.
Clo to Mr gall A Co. for furni-
lure books Muiioiicry crock-
ery uinl KliisNware window
Bliadc plot uri?H anil all hind
of iiiouldiiiK wall paper step-
ladder table and pocket cut-
Mrs. A. L. Miller at the residence of Mnlor
W. W. Peak Is prepared to accommodate a
few day hoarders.
Mm. Miller is prepared to do' all kinds of
Millinery and DrcsamAkina A the latest
les. t 291dtf
One hundred barrels Irish Potatoes 20 bar-
rels choice Onions 50 krgs molasses and
syrup In store and for sale by
'd'w. J. L. DOWNS A CO.
WHATI VMI 1.11 M llfct'Olkf; Mi:.
Within tin past Hid dead year lies
Sbioiideil nwny loiiAcr;
Filled lllu Um years that went hulure
Willi liilluie uinl endeavor.
The days Were lint fill sunny bright
Hvel I lit blue clouds dull il j
And ninny a ulglil was siurlewi too;
Life was not soiioh .silled.
Mt feel have slipped my strength has failed
iy ilium inn it arowil so weary
Thai sometimes! well-nigh linnet
J hat though my path was dreary
"i'would soi.iellines turn; thai farther on
'ill I Til lull I ho lost 111 beauty;
For rosy pleasure now ami then
(lues hand In hand with duty I
I know not what this year will bring
Hut this I know lor certain I
Wlllllevel 's hidden lloW for Ule
llehlud Time's shadowy eiirlaln
The strength will come to hear II all
iiniiiun iniieiioi ii on sorrow
Ami I in will give us good enough
Aim more in every morrow.
Woman's Medical Adviser so much needed
y all Icimilcs. only tnenlv-l ve cents. Ad
dress in. J. 1' Iboomitooie Louisville Ky
Two good residences lu this ully inline.
dlute possession given
lai-dtf HTF.AO ALL & CO
Hay For Sale
Wo oiler two hundred tons prnl l ie hay for
sale at low figures.
I1 ran Kl in tV
mid in a;; a in on.
on it laltt
IrfiMiV material at Iteed V
Try English Female Hi I lent: Ihey cure after
mi else lulls.
H. U. Mblllej
Agent for "the Continental I'lildishtiig
onipany" has arrived In Dallas and Is now
canvassing for .Mark Twain's new hook en
titled "The (Hided Age." He also sells "The
Innocents Monad" aud "Roughing II" by
the sumo writer together will) many other
meritorious works by (he most popular
authors of tho day 'JtlOdilt
SmoUors uuil Chowois.
You can get Loan Jack Hiirhaiii and Kar-
rozj'.ln's Marylnml uinl Virginia smoking
tobacco; Silver Lake (Jolden Thread and
line twist chewing tobacco; also Powhattaii
and Hi lar Root pipes and llio lluest domestic
mid Unpolled cigars at Havana Cigar Store
next door to the Postolllce Dallas. Paper
nvelopesand stamps always on hand
A paid up share of llio Dallas Hulldlng As
sociation at' tlio cigar stand of Conner &
Walker's Drug Slore. 2sd!lt
If you like to have line nnd large Irish Po
tatoes In any quantity cull luto Joseph
Mcnc.er's Urncery on Elm street near Hycn-
All persons are notified Hint from and
after this date I will not ho responsible for
any debts contracted In my name by my sou
The llxturesof the Lafayette Restuurunt I
now oiler for sale nnd llio room which was
used for the Restaurant can bo rented upon
application to mo. A. U. OOL'FFE.
I'or Sale or KxcIihiiro.
For near-liy Ileal Eslale Horses. Mules or
Wagons .nlarge lot of fancy goods and no
tions Rititahle for pedlers and country deal
Dood bargains to he hud by applying nt
HILL SHIELDS A CO.
Commission Merchants Elm Street
2lldlw Dallas Texas.
Messrs. Durham Howell A Co. of Shrove-
port nre ugents ot the Arizona Mills in Clai
borne Parish Lu. and ure prepared to sell
Cott u Yurtis utid Osnnhurgs nt figures loss
thun New Orleans prices. iTiOd-U'
( UliloCS FACT. It nnnears that Amer
ican femininity tho glory of man nnd
pride of nations udils fresh graces and
new laurels to her cliarnis every year.
r daz.llim beaulv. her wlniilnir lealures. I
uer sweeter smiles are causing poor ugly
man to stand aghast. Why all this modern
Improvement? it Is being whispered around
thai the change Is being effected by tho use
of that great female wonder Eiigllsh Eemulo
Ol I U'l S
Ti) lllii I 'II Iki'IIn of Ihe I lly of I iillii'. I
AllHouncelilelils us I'M lull. lutes for ollleo
have become iiishluiiuli!' I Ihliili II Ion
early yel. Hul since tli.'lloi ellions
have seen plopiT lo II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I belli el S
llllll llieiebv have ininle Hie hlllijeel II llllltll I
ol dlseiusbiii I would hereby l.ilie llio lib-
erty tiiMiv lo Ihe peopli ihal I am a candi-
date lor leeleclloll o llleolllee oi .Mayor.
1 call upon the public regardless id poll
lies reinion or iiiiiloiinliiy heii.g inyseit u
rosiiiopollle o baud III nieir veioici n
ballot box in A mil next 'liowlng how I liuv
liillllled mv iluiv us nil nlbeer ii man and u
Ilielubclol Ihlseoiiiuiunil.V III Ihe pie I
2UM2W li:.N. I.OND
Wi urn aulhoilited mid requcied lo uu
ji:.i:itAL w. i. I a hi i.i.
us a eiindldato for -Mayor ol I he ell vol Hullu
subject lo the nomination by the Heiuiieiiillc
Fellow. cltleiiH ot the city of Dallas! I am
a candidate lor .Mayor ol .wiur ''!' I am
licmocrul. uuil l.ivor iieliiocrmie iiomiiiu
Hons lor all eltv olllees. If nllell llomlllil
lions ure made I will eh fully mid hom sily
siinnori the nominees wloitevei miiv be lb
method devised lor making the same. II
none are made I am an liuleiieiiileiil Demo-
crane canuiuale ior .iiuyor
zsiuiu v I IK ui A A i'
I bcrebv nniioiliiee liivseli as a candidate
lor Mayor of Un Huh. mid 1 do so without tb
solicitation of friends or eonilemmilloii of
enemies; Having no lileud lo rewind or
eueiiiv to iiimlsli. um be lev nu I can ml
miiusier luslli'e wnnoiii mas or prejuiiiee in
this position will be tliaiiHlul loryoiirsui.
cry iruiy yours
J. W LAM').
I am a candidate lor the nil) f Mayor of
tho eltv ol Dallas. Many friends have urued
me lo run us un Independent candidate 'l o
(Ills iilmeiil I say llilsl lam Ihe eaiuHdiilo
of Ihe people hut Will lllllilc by lllid llcolll
esci In uny decision mnde by Ihe Democracy
or i no en y in nanus in tueir onveut um
shouldonoho held NAT. M. Ill lll'illll).
For 4'il.v Allorue.v.
We are iiulliorl.ed and requested o nn
j. u. t;r.i.i;
as a en ml P hi ti' lor (by Attorney ul tin
election on Hie Hist Tuesday lu April next
.Mil I III
I'or t il' Assessor nnd Collector
Wo ure iiulhoilied and requested to
asncaudldalo for Treasurer of Ihe city of
Dallas al Hie elecllon In April next
Wo are nulhorlzed and requested lo an
JO. I.. I I'iMDIt
as a candidate lor Assessor mid ( ollielur of
Ihe city ol Dnlliis ul thu eh ellon lu April
We are uulliorl.ed nnd requeslcd to uu
w. ii. fit nil Lit
ns ii finnl lilnti' for Assessor and Collector 01
Ihe city ol Dallas subject lo a Di'inocralb
Convention should one be held. Election iu
i or .miii'Miiii.
We mo iiulliorl.ed and requested lo
K. 11. I . Ml liOI.S
ns a Deinoeriitle eaiidldale for Marshal of Ihe
city of Dallas at 1 he election lu April next
At Ihe request of many friends I announce
liiyseir a candidate r city .Marsha . If
elected 1 will discharge llieduliesol llicotllce
impartially and liillliiully.
JOHN II RYAN.
We nre authorized aud requested lo nu
.IOII S. .M. iti:i Ii!
as n cauillilale for Marshal of Ihe eltv of
lianas at the election in April next
To the voters of the oily of Dallas! I am u
cauillilale lor Ihe ollleo ol Marshal ot lb
city of Dallas. I have heretofore served you
in that responsible position and respectfully
for you lo my i ud lor elliciencv while lu
your service lu Hint capacity. 1 sav lo von.
lellow-i'ltlzens thai I need Ihe otliee ami If
so lortllllllle ns to be eleeled will dlsehal''.
the duties thereof faltlilully. No one will
he more than uul loi voursumiort I um viuir
iiiioioie servimi u. M (.'A .! I I) r.11.
Fellow-Citizens ol the city of Dallas:
lake this method of aiuiouiieiiii; to von that
I um acamlldate lor He o lice o ( itv .Mar
shal 1 make this iinuouiicemeul asaDcm-
ocrni. mid shall of course consent to any
restrictions that may be imposed by Hie
D emoeratie parly iu the selection of Its olll-
eers. I resiiiH'ilullysollelt the siniiiorl of the
voters ol thecily lor the po-illon.
astldtd .1. .1 I'ENDLEY.
We are authorized and requested to 1111-
II I It AM II. ItOAl. ICS
As a candidate for Marshal of the city of
Iannis in mo coy I'lecuon iu April next.
we am uulhorized and rcqui sted to an
si i:i iii: tu itsi.
Lute ('lly Street Commissioner us acandi-
lule for City Marshal at the election in
ir-in nrn ni uuil PTft I
UH BtU BLultlli T h M
FINANCIAL AM) COMMERCIAL.
OvFifBorTun Dallas Hf.kai.d.I
January 17 1871. j
The money market remains unchanged.
Oold loo (A 111 tn
Silver Iu7 ( 100 ni 110
Commercial exchange New Orleans buy
ing ;4io i per cent discount selling per
cent premium; Now York buying percent
discount scUlng M per cent premium; Hal-
veston buying 3 per cent discount selling
per cent premium; St. Louis buying 'i
per coot discount selling i per cent premium.
Had weather and worse roads prevent
heavy operations lu the cotton market. The
demand continues good prices ranging from
11 to LTV. The following uro the receipts
Tompkins & Minefield 10 bules
n. r. liicoa Co. so bnics
HoulwareACo 22 bales
v. rsiiiiin i hi 11 bales
II nil's Safe anil Lock Company
FIRE AND lilMAR HW SAFES.
As agents wo desire to call tho nartlcnlar
attention ot till who want n safe that has
withstood all the lurue lire where In iimi
Chlcimo Included and invariably saved their
contents uninjured ins well as the best tools
In hands of most skillful bmebirsi lo the
above celebrated tire and burglar poof sales
These safes havo been in iw lor the past
twenty-five years and have all the
I M I' II 0 V K M K X T S K X 0 W $ .
The lock on them Is patented bv Mr. Hall
the Inventor and Is said lobe the best fine
We would be nleuscd to receivn n cull fnnn
every one In want of n safe ns wethink they
can make it to their Interest to examine our
diagrams and prices before purchasing else-
""ue uiiimnn WOlli u soecuuiv.
Total H5 bales
Freights Oalvcston (4 00; New Orleans
14 62'i; Shrevoport H 00.
0At.VK.ST0N Jiiliunrv 17. Cotton unlet d...
uoou on uy i'.e; liilddllng J1IICIHO 4V II IlllCi'S Mali ifjls.
25l.'lm. 57 ELM STREET.
(JO TO WIIKAT'S
GO TO WHEAT'S
I Olt I I V( V I31MHIS
CIO TO ANI IOA'IS
i Mt vi i: i i.i wmts
CO TO W8EAS
I'Olt AM I: MlIIAIVLNi
CJO TO AVll.KAT
sole iV44u:. iwsu
GO TO AVIIKAT'S
In sliorl foi'iin.vlliliigyoii mi ul lu Hie
liny of lir.v liiioils. etc.
No. II ttstln mill 11 I'olk 81s
JEFFEKSON. - - - TEXAS
V koh snlo Deiileis In
D ItV G OOBS
limits Shoes Hals I'iijis Xoliuns flf.
Wc purchase our cuods direct from niunu-
fnciurers torciis ti ml llierefore we ure ena-
bled tn sell the i Inliner tluiii any liouso In
lexas or Louis - a and will duplloale any
Wu tire now lu leeelpl of (and dally n celvlng inldlllons llieicto
THE BUST SI.LL("U:jt AND ( MtW STlll'S w
Ever brought tn the Inlerlor of Ihe Hlule Our slock uf all ap.. goods micl
JII.KACIIKD AND J'.ltOWX ('OTl'ON'S
J'JilNTS AM) LINSKVs
U'lii I..I r..n..i ..u .i..i i ...iii .
Souih. lu "'" ' prices will any lllM w
KKNTl'CKV .1 KAN'S DDKs KINS
(AiSi.mkkios sa'i ini;ts
J'lANNKJ.N AND a 14. I'lKCK (iOOIiH
Our slock In eolillilele. uinl u'llt l L..it u I I i '
' ' wl'Huai'iinii.esiilWctlon
Boots orLci Slioe
New Orleans or I. Iiiuls hi 'Is.
LAND FOR SALE.
Several Improved tracts of land three miles
east ol the idly of Dallas with water and
Umber convenient nnd I lie laud Is rich as
any In Dallas Also prairie and timbered
tracts unimproved which will bo sold in
quantities to stilt puri'hiiM'is and al reiiMiun-
uie prices ror tin tner in tormat ion apply lo
will ja. U. llll J I III' 1 1.1 D Dallas.
Land for Sale ov Rent.
Two Kood farms three miles from Dallas.
lor sale or will rent them for the ensuing
year. Also tour or live tracts of land botli
limber and urulrio. which 1 wills.-ll on reas
onable terms ami In quantity to suit purchasers.
iToMlf J. O. CRUTCHFIUL1).
n e always keep u mil stock of Ihe best grades and cun give Iliein lo v iv i
mid lu liny sUesor niiuibcis you wunl. Wveiui beat Iho woild in " '" J vlrau
OVKU AND L'XDKU SI1IHTH
And ours!..!; of chenp medium and lino W01 AN) 1U-l;H "ATrt
O 3E3E IC jTT
'. Our grinds are all bourhl from mainr i
xperleiie. and with cash I i tur " llMl Inn
id will hELL AS ('IIIM'as Newl " !H "
Will he found Hie best In II V
porters by a buyer of Ifeflme i
enabled in 111; Y AS CHEAP and
SI. Louis ( nine and see us ami be eo iyiu
iiiick nines am sunn proms We nope In merit ii f'ontlniia Vr
trade we havo hilheilo i
nu .... ii. ...... ' " ui
'I'd til" I ruth of what uc say. llV niK. Iln0'
o.e large nnd lni"i-jj
W. G. RANDALL BRO
WliUrsalo try Goods. Kim Slrocl Dallm Texas.
H. C. HOSKJNS"
The Hoard of Trustees of the Dallas Fi
ollege lU'oliel'ty is llllerilig
FOR SALE CHEAP
two or three of those beautiful and valuable
iols Iroulini: on l.ini Mreet lust east of the
College Apply lo
J"Hs- M. STEM M INS
!N7dlf. Attoiiiey tor jioaid of Trust -es.
Ti;.V ViiUY IIAXBSOJIE
ul i o sb
mnde by one of Ihe best Manufacturers in
the United Stales. Just received and UUR
SALE CI1KAP at
Having ptirelinsed tho Interest of my former pni tm r S. A. Fondren In the Dins bind
ness I am now prepared lo oiler t he largest stock of
Drugs Medici ness Patent Medicines Etc.
'Flint has ever been brought lo the Interior of Texas and am determined In
S 10 I.. JL. A X T II 12 LOW 10 K T V ir.TTl l
I Will mall fl Pl-fci. List tn iitiv one vrnnr.t!mr It Clltil - .n.n ...i... . ...... ...
Orleans mid Dulveslon pi lees calenbilo freight ilruyage whtirfage Imuriiiice iital othw
you' wlluiiid'' B'Val "r "luyl" "''lering from a dlstutice and ltlPiik
I Oiler Yon Superior Inducement lo Give He Yonr l'nlionugc.
1 deal with none but tlivtebiuu lionut.u mwl rtr. v. ..... 1...1 ... t .1... . 1. .....i..
X - . --- . . ii .us v mrw. u'(m iii.miii'm
will give you Trim Welkins nnd .UeiiHiircN. ami
lil'AliAXTl'K KVDl'.Y AI'.TII'LK AS BKPItESKXTKU III' MK Oil I Wll.l. IHFIXII VOllUKINtl
1 1 1 j 1 1 1 '. ;j
lo merit ami receive your imlronuge I am yours truly
II. C. IIOISKINS.
A First-Class Business Stand
Now used as a Hotel
Corner INluiii nncl Leoiuu'tl Sts.
I'-ustoflhe II. AT.C.R. It.
Inquire on the premises l!77dlm
A CHOICE FARM F0H SALE.
! 1-2 Mile3 South of Dallas
100 At' It K.I I.VIi:it t I'LTIVATIOX
Soli varied and very Hell well suited I'or
Sardeu. 11 V neviird. all orehui'd am 11 Ifii'tn
Ten or tlitecn acres may be Irrigated u 1 11
very snnui expense
A never tailinii sminir of line water so sit
uated ns to wilier stock from every part of Ihe
farm with great convenience and Is not
more man thirty or lorty yards from the res.
Idence. An abundance of nood timber: run.
sioeraoie cedar. (ood neiv ami substantial
oiiiminys leucines ami gates (bind dwell
log out-buildings two tenant houses and an
M'eiieni oarn. w ill sell all or part.
ffiOdSm JOHN .M. CROCKETT.
I will.otTer my
BKN ll KXt'i:
'oilier of C'oinmerce and Itrondwav streets.
near the Iron llrldue. for sale or rent. 1'or
iiiriiier particulars and terms Inquire on the
premises of JOSEPH L. WELCH
ueeemncr Ki istx liL'dlm
can bo furnished on a few davs' notice or
made to order nnd wntranted tireand bur-
glar proof. Correspondence solicited.
NKW OKt.SAMS. Jnnlini'V 17 Cotton nnnil.
11111 uuii nun Heavy iinllnarv li'j" nnod
ordinary la.'jc; low middling 15c; middling I
Ijirgo additions of all kind of groceries
have lieen innxlo to tlio hitherto extensive
stock of (tools kept by
Wdlw. ' J. L. DOWKH 4 CO.
MfW Y'oiik January 17. Cotton quiet.
Hides and I.eniber.
The hide market continues active aud firm
with a fair demand but tho unfavorable
state of the weather prevents large receipts.
Messrs. Hchoellkopf it Co. furnish the follow
Selected 18c;dry suited 10c; green salted S'.c:
deer skins IV; off for grubby lu all classes.
Harness Leather-Oak Wi3i3c; Hemlock .10(3
lie; skirting limine. Bole Leather Oak HQ
We; Hemlock 33jWc.
Tho hldo dealers of this city have adopted
the following rules nnd regulations for the
government of their transactions taking
effect from January 15:
1. No hide or skins classed or lumped on
a. Nn tildes or skins bought except on a
1. Dry flint dry salt nnd wet gnlt bides
when tainted or hnlr-sllppcd worm cut rat-
eaten or having six or more cuts and bull
hides to be deemed dummied hides ami to be
bought and paid for at half price of sound or
good hldis. L'nnt to tan to be paid for ot
one-fourth the price of sound bides.
i. Oreea ears and other uucured parts ns
Well as lull bono and tall hair to be cut off
before hides are weighed; or deductlona
made for the same.
5. Dry hides having five or more grubs
shall tie classed bs thlrd-rnte hide and
bought lis such; nnd nil green and wet Hint
hides having four or more grulw shall be
paid for at two cents lese per pound than
(iMslor their chow
s. Dry salt damp or wet hides lo be aver-
aged with dry lllnt hides of slmllnr sle and
paid ror us dry Hint or proper deduction
made ror snme. '
7. Wool o lie bought nt net weight nnd
feller to lie allowed fair vuliio for sacks when
hi shipping order.
s. The foregoing rnles shall apply alike to
hides eotiMened directly to ourselves as well
as to nil hldea IhjiikIiI or commission mer-
chant and on the stroets from wagons
Hcbwdknpr 4 Co.. II. I). Wilson A- Pratcl A
Co. Bennotl Wilton Baum Kraft H
rpHUSTEE'S SALE. Hy virtue or a cer-
l tain deed of trust tn me executed on the
ailhdiiy of June IS7.1 bv Hen. W. Laws to
secure the payment or certain claims nmiinst
llllll III fllVlir Or E. (1. MilVS lesrllel Ii ......i
deed) 1 will on Tuesday February 't IS7I
sell to Ihe blithest bidder for cusli at the
courthouse door lu the eltv of Dallas the
following property to-wlt: OiW acres of laud
situated in Dallas county. Texas on Tmi
Mile creek about seventeen miles union
twenty-live degrees east from the town .it
Dallas patented to M. L. Su iinr assi. .r
the S. A. M. D. R. R. t o known us 'snrvev
No. and lurthcr described In said .1 1 ..V
Haiti land will he sold In 40 acre tracts and
Geo W. Ijiws will izlve warnmi.. .1. .is.ii-
rwd. X'ap cun be seen ten days before day of
HKKiNitii- unit 11 1. j franu.
Main street. F. AI HAMMOND
MORONE Y WALSH & CO
Xo. 1 IlKlani Street
Dealers ill nil kinds of
HARD w y. in. E
Wagon nnd Carriage Material Etc.
Webnve succeeded the Into firm of II. H.
Lee Co. nnd niemdllngour Inrite ami lltielv
assnrteil stock of Hardware in liquidation nt
lower prices than ever before ollcrcd In
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Situated ntlhn Dallas Swings nbout half a
mile South of tho Court liouso. Eor further
particulars apply to
l(siU (m Tne premises.
August 1 1873
t. M. RI.KIN. r iiTHISOEB
16S t'nunl Street New Orleana.
Importi'Mof nil varieties ol F.sgHsh Cnr-
petings Rug clc also Oil Cloths Matthms
Curtain Daiossks Ijiee Curtains Window
Dealers In nil kinds of
Cerner Main and Lamar Streets
Call and sco him If you want something
The IMonpariel Butcher's Stall
1 propose to continue to keep ns 1 have
hen tolore done the flno-d stall lu the Shreve-
port market. Having effected arrangements
iTO-M 'Ai1 .' !'.5'A ''" have on hand the
lll'-sl' QUALITY OE MEATS 1 will be pre-
pared tosatis'y the taste of the most fa-stid-Ions
KiSpeolal attention given to receiving
and forwarding cattlo.
''"y D. l.DODEZ.
Stamps Stencils and Engravings
AUSTIN NTItEKT l A I.I AN.
Cotton and Shipping Sbmclls Ranltlng
and Mercantile Stamps Notary and Musnn-
V;.V" 1 ress Hrnnds for Flouring Mills
Hibhon Self-dating Stamps Rubber stamps
and Print Im; Wheels "Oetn" Tvpn Presses
and Stencil Plates Door Plates 'niid House
Js umbers Conductors' nnd Porters' Budges
Phi 11 and Round Brass Alphabets Carrluuc-
maken Plates all sixes Htauiped Rilibons.
Old stamps nude new Engraving lu Mcrlpt
Roman or Uothio. Address
"Bryanl'a Nlnmp Depot"
rAleod-lm Dallas Texas.
en TTT ir srsra ok -o tt mrr
'C VsW ul. .. Lit JS Ll
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES
XO. 120 BROADWAY N. Y.
TONTINE SAVING FUND ASSURANCE
A new plan ns Introduced by the EQUITABLE which has become the
LEADING LIFE IXSIJRAXCE COSPJST 1' THE WORLD.
KINDS OF POLLICIK8 1.SSTJI0D
AXXI'AL CASH IXf'OMK
ItiTIO lF ASSETS TO I.IAIIIMTIICS
SUM ASSUIIED New Business 1872 $51911079.
OT BTSMSS OF 1869 1870 1S71 A.!) 1S72 THE LARGEST OF ANY CMII'AM' I. THE
Dih. JOSES AXB TIIKl'STOX Modital Exiimiiit'rM.
Gi;Klt lL AGENT F0K XORTHEKX TKXAS
Ollice on Elm street ndjoluing Conimerclnl Hotel.
W. R IIIXCKLEY.
C. J. DIHltELL
il li JL JL J. 11
siTol) Woi'la- Soli?itel.
YOUMGHLOOD'S TONIC 1J1TTI01S.
For IWi voiis DcbiEiiy it never Fails.
For Loss ol'Appelilc it lia.H noFqnal.
For Flatulency it is beyond Ilivalry.
J'or lUxorttertil Moir.atu an inuiietiiate Relltf.
For Dyspepsia it is rcconunciiiled by nil 1'isjnici.ni.
Endorsed by Physicians. Clergymen Planlcrs Merchants Mechanics of ever natlou.
For Hale iu Dallas by Conner $ Walker Druggists and Wholesale AgenW
18GO. Y. Y. Y-
A snfe sure and effectual cure for nil
Colin or Pnins In the Bowels Dys
iMiiious i-overs nervous nnd sick
Impurity ol the Blood Dropsy BN Mehinciiolv Heartburn
structcd Menstruntion ; also a Prevenlutive nnd Cure for Piles.
icpslii tVtl veiie.ss Liver Complaint Fever nnd A"i
leaoiicue. iiiiitrmea ami msciiiery oi h um -
. I. YOI .VDRI.OOI. Solo Pronrlelor. (lulveston Texas.
Connor & Walk.-r Wholesale Agents. Slld3in
DALLAS PLANING MILL
WOODWORKING MACHINE SHOP
Isiin Sti-oot I.-illns Toxns
D. E. GROVE Proprietor.
brSrdln'ff anrl Fr.n'nes Monldlnss Rrackels Turning Flooring Celling WWi
DUw2l l?S.P.ut0 worklnij machinery on hand or mad. lo sny1"
eh nrnhM artl!i.! i couul n ibelvlng built to order rotable knlldlnjj oe ?Wf
chnrehes and schoolUonses ont titled aud marked ready for srectlon aad uafllni. J7
.. ti-rm.i.. in.MntnHt nsluiivtnT.
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McCaler, D. & Bartholow, J. N. The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 18, 1874, newspaper, January 18, 1874; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth279985/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .