The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 8, 1874 Page: 2 of 4
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ii;.iiot iMTii ( i l l n iur.
Merlluii lut Kilii) Airll 1 IHTI-
I'or Mayor I '
uksihai. w i etui i.i.
Km' Marshal i
JI'KH'M I'l Wl.
I'or Ai'Mir and I'uiiii lui I
riMVAUIt J IAIUUNJI4.
Kul 'I'l uiii 'f t
hoiii itr ii. wir
Jul I'lly Allorni I
Mil. lit 'I I IMV4IIIIM.
I in- Clly r.nulin i'i'i
4111 U 11.1.114 M JO II SI HO.
For Al'li'iiiii'ii i
piiNi Wmi.i-hi:miv mi A
joe. a. i.i;oAliir
u. i;. m il un.
Hcooiiil Wiml-K. . OIJIIAOI II
JOHN M. IIOYVM.I..
Tttiiit wara-Joiifc' wkn
joki i'H c hmoxmxi.
ai.ex. T. iii:xni i:v.
Fourth Wnnl-WIM.IAM I'. lOI'MJ
m:nv ii. mi''ovi:m
tiik ( ih i:mkis.
The hiiiiM' (if I'l'iuwiitnllVHii ImvliiK
liiiMni'tlHii net i-iilllnir a wmMltiilloiml
iHinvciilttiii. tlio (iiU'Hlldii now ri'Hls
with III" HCimti'. Ah lluil I'liiihlhlH of
only thirty nieuilier It will not he ill!'-
ileult to tlx (hi) ri'NioiiNlilllty of (Icfi'iil
upon tlio liuhl jmrtlc l'l"" whose
Hlioulilei-n Hoover tlio reHhuiiHlhlilly
uiiiv rout- I lit-v im'.v rent. nHHiueil the n""
will ri'inelilliel' tliem it tile rmw
lf llelllV III I'tTHlllllllHlllllir III nil ItH
lu'IVxiiH. We cull upon every Ih iiio-
emlle xcunlor to vole tr the hjll of the
limine. TIioiil'Ii they nniy think it mi-
ivIhk. tli iii'oule ileiiiiinil It Mini will
shlehl Ihelli fl'niii nil Maine.
Hwmlorn of TeXMs he true to pnpnliir
llliertv! (Jive H M eoiivelil Ion. Tin'
lieople Wllllt II eollHlllllllnn wlllell hIhiII
preserve lllierty. Shivery N phiyt
The eoinlnet of ex-( iovei nor .Inines
W. Tliroclunorloii In (lie present erlsln
iim In Unit of lsilil iiml JHH7 Iiiim w
doubled hl hold on tlieliourln of (he
liiMijile. Ttlerly ri'fiinliiif to jiuike uny
fiietloiw deliioliht nil loll oil Ills defeiil
for tlio seimU lllthoiiKh lii'lii'Vlliff AM
vn timl he wits (ho eholee of the
musses In the state ho Is simply the
wiinii mtvoonto of H eoiiveiilloii iih the
nhoilest winijilesl iiml ehenpesl nioile
of rendcrliiK the people of Texas oticu
wore free under ii noveniinent of eon
Airiiln mid iiKiiin wo loll the suiintc
('lveusiieoiisllliilioiiiil eon volition mid
ston the erroni'oiis mid iiiineessiiry ex.
lienso of trylilB judges by linpelieh
iiionl. Cull a. 'on venl ion nud mljoiirii
mid in thnl way you will save the poo.
)ilo a inillioii of dollars In (iiNiitlnii
A l-.I.HAItKAIU.i: ll'IIH:XT-WAS
tih: i:aui. or im iuiv i;vi:k i.
The late reiioiislrtictlon of the liiiUsh
cabinet by the retirement .of .Air. (ilad
stone nud theelevitt Ion ol'l)israell lo the
cliloftalnshipof that august assemblage
of. famous l'.niiliM inieii Known as
the ItritiMh cabinet brings to tniiul
singular if not roinuntie episodo in
Texas In IS 17.
In that year two beardless young
men evidently of Kngllsh physiog
oniy lmulo their uppeiinmeo in Mar
Hindi Texas where the district court
was In session lion. Ovln M. ltobcrU
presiding. Jiimes I'lukney llonderson
wasthen tJovernor of tlio Htale mid
wn in ntteudunco on tlio court as nn
attorney in pre-engaged eases. lie
had been minister from tlio republic of
Texas to France and was much in
England during his service.
The two young Britishers sought am
obtained an Introduction to Governor
Henderson when the following dia
First young Englishman. Governor
Henderson we have sought an Intro
duct Ion in order to raise Home money
Wo have 'been making tlio tour of
America and " have exhausted our
means. Wo cannot wait but must
have money in order to roach ow
York In due time.
Governor Henderson. Who are you
and what evidence have you that you
arc what you profess to be?
First Englishman (a beardless
youth) I am the elder son of the Enrl
of Derby and by courtesy In English
society am called Lord Stanley. My
young friend here with me is in like
manner Lord Manners.
Governor Henderson I low much
money do you want?
First Englishman Ten thousand
dollars I Wo have been to Ht. Louis
bantu Fe Albuquerque Dona Anna
nud In New Mexico mv much of that
country attended parties spent money
and our nllowanco of three hundred
thousand dollars since we left New
York has been exhausted. We want
ten thousand dollars to reach New
York having to pass through New
Orleans Washington and oilier cities
Governor Henderson What evi
dence havo you that my confidence
will not be betrayed that you arc
what you cluim tq be.
First Englishman Placing his hand
over his heart Simply Governor Hen
dereon that I nm n Stanley ! A
Stanley cannot and dare not he disbon
orahle. I have no other pledge to give
In a few minutes after seeing that no-
ble old lloman Wm. T. (lluck) Hcott
the money was placed in the hands of
the unknown young Englishman. In
a few day the two left every one pre
dieting that Governor Henderson and
lluck Scott had been agregiously taken
in.. Glorious "Old Nnk"Mild: ''No
gentlemen; a Stanley camiot afford to
Iudue time draft in sterling bills
of exchange came to cover the whole
amount letters of thanks from the
earl of Derby for kindness to Ills
on followed by pipes of wine and
Many other presents showing that
the grand old partriot Nnkney
Henderson had not been deceived
hut hail iloiio u ltlndiies In iwo
hoiionililo hut oxlriivm-'iiul yoimif men.
liuiiiiK Ihelrsliiy In Miirshnll mi ohl
olllzeil of DalliH-thell II yollUK inan
JiimI from TrliliesHoo lui'l repoiiii-n
(i.iiIchU Willi Lord hliinley at niilinriM.
We refer to lint lion. Nat. M- J'1"'-
Now tlio (Miontloii in h Unit I-onl
Stanley tlm pieseiil call or IVi'l'Ji
Bceoliil olllicr III Ihlt (Mihlnet ofdieut
Our opinion h thai lie In I In I'liinu
Hiiiooih-faeeil youth to whom I'lnktiey
llellilersoii furnlHlieil the lieeillul III
Marshal In 3 17.
WkciiII upon the leglluiure to puss
ii Joint I'oHolulinn Inriilsii u eommisHlou
of three tried men to make n Ihorouiili
exainlinttloii Into I ho nlliili of the
laud nlllee. Thai eslahlishmout lis
lii'iololoru run Is reeklntf wllh corrup
tion. Wo almost dully meet Willi evi-
dences of the fact J'aiiers have boon
with Impunity withdrawn from the
olllco hy unknown ineii for the purpose
oi' swindling widows and orilmiis of
their rlKhts. Foiled transfers arc
abroad in ilio land. 1 f let alouo u year
or two more will destroy ooiilldciioo In
Texas laud Miles. (Stuck iiwny In-ii
limit) siml of the country wo have
learned enough to make us believe Hint
fraud Is rn in n ul wllh regard in head
lixht oorllllenlcs Mid county warrants
Men walk Ihoslreels who oiikIiIIu bo
In iliejieiiilentliiry. Appoiul niiublu
IiIkIiIoiioiI eo nniission to IuvosIIkuIo
iiml piibllsh nil the fuels. JSuiiIIkIiI
burls no honest man.
Tin: triumph ol 'the democracy in the
city elect Ion of Houston n few days
since Is very gratifying tho more so
In view of tho fact that about one-half
of the voting popllhilion is of tlio col-
ored race. The dciiiocruls.elccted tho
mayor Mr. .1. T. I). Wilson all the
other general ollleors and seven of the
ten aldcriiieii. The radical caudldulo
for mayor was Mr. Sciuiluu tlio ex-
mayor by appointment oflhe late mili-
tary governor Mr. Davis.
LETTERS FROM EUROFE.
IWi'lllcii cxiuvsKly I'.u' 'I'll" I'nlhis llcrulil
VlKNNA llecoillber I lH'il.
Ill'lght .sunshine Ushered ill the 1st
of December isv.'t. as If King Sol him-
self was preparing for the grand Illu-
mination which had been miiioiiiicnd
to take lilnoo this evening In honor of
the twenly-llflh anniversary of the
reign of Frauds Joseph I. It'll was
the Intention of King Sol to honor ids
earthly brother potentate he certainly
"did it up" in unusually grand style'
mid had the day to himself that Is in
the illuminating line though a genu-
ine Joy seemed to pervade the city.
lliisiiiess was not generally suspend-
ed but workmen and workwomen
scciilcd to bo taking a holiday and the
si reels and public vehicles were crowd-
ed wllh a throng of pleasure seekers.
A general order bud been Issued to
the elUrt that at.) p. m. all omnibuses
and public vehicles should slop run-
ning in (lie city and that oven the
whole length of tho Itingstrasse should
be freed from street ears or other con-
veyances In order that the expected
crowd of pedestrians might have un-
disturbed possession of the city and
enjoy without danger of being tram-
pled under the feet of horses all the
beauty and gaiety of the illumination.
As early as 1 p. in. the work of prepa-
ration for the evening began. Flags
were hung out of windows; banners of
tho Austrian colors wore entwined in
graceful devices on the tronls of public
buildings and various designs in jets
of gas were In process of erection.
Already the streets were filling with
the eager crowds the throng of (lu-
cres and carriages was diminishing
the sound and rattle of wheels was re-
placed by the pounding of hammers
and the murmurs of human voices.
As the light of day faded the win-1
dows of nil the houses burst into a
blaze of glory. Dwellings stores and
offices whether in cellar or garret all
were illuminated if only by u single
candle. Tho illumination of the win.
dows was generally by candles the
number varying from two to twenty
according to taste and wealth of the
parties. All the public buildings ex
ccpt tlio Imperial buildings that is the
palace the Imperial opera house and
theater were illuminated.
Glowing monograms of tho royal
initials F. J. surmounted by a brilliant
crown gleaming banners twinkling
stars and transparencies of various
kinds decorated the exterior of dill'or-
ent buildings. Many of tho transpa
rencies were portraits of the imperial
pair while others were practical and
referred In complimentary terms to the
emperor. On the various open market
places glowing electric suns made a
light more brilliant than daylight
On several of the markets or public
squares tasteful tribunes were erected
upon which hands of iiiuslo were sta-
tioned and which at Intervals woke
the sleepy echoes with bursts of Joyous
At 7 p. ni. tho royal cortege left the
palace and began the tour of the city.
A strong guard of policemen six
abreast forced a passage through the
densely packed throng and a similar
guard brought up the rear of the train.
n open carriage holding the "burg-
crrueistor" and another city magnate
preceded the imperial carriage in
which was seated the emperor dressed
lu marshal's uniform and weaving a
three-cornered hat ornamented with
graceful green plume. He
feted the people with the mill
tary salute and looked with Interest
at the different transparances portruits
and other devices as they passed along.
IJy his slile sat the crown prince a lud-
of fifteen whoso head was covered by
tho sWfi; ungraceful but exceedingly
genteel "stove-pipe" hat or "cylin
der" as It Is here styled. He sat quiet-
ly leaning back In the carriage but
TIIK DAILY IIKUALI):'
HOW Mild lllOII IM NOUIi'llllllg 0 IIIOII!
I huu ii mil beauty presented ll .elf
iliiiwlutr his fiali cr's attention to It
ll tlt'cilt It It I II III I iJll.
ThinTuwii pi iiieo Is much lolinhcd
ninl olio Ileum of Ins talents ami won
derful acquirements It Is Hinted that
ho speak pcrfedly six languages Mo-
heiiilaii I'ollsli French lluiigaiiuu
'J'lic third I'ui'i liiuo was closed mid In
It sal the licaiitlful empress accompa-
nied by her chief count holy.
The foul h nud lint cariliigo was oc-
cupied hy Adjutant-general I'oiiiil ltd-
loguiilo and II err Von Lutoiir
Loud erics of "I Infill H'm'Ii!'1 mid
the people's hyiun pcaliug fi nil t It from
tho musical Instruments greeted tho
nppciiraiiee of the linprrlal I nun mid
us It passed over tho broa I market
places gloaming wllh brilliant lights
und packed with n dense but gnod mi
turn! throng mid through tho Harrow
streets now us llgbi as on a bright
day for the sun scarcely peeps Into
iiiiiuy of these crowded narrow thor
oughfaresthe emperor must ecriuln
ly have been touched by the evidence
of Ids popularity of the good will boriu
to him hy his people. After passing
through the principal market pliiccs
thograhen over St. Stephen's l'lat
whore the got hie spires mid arches of
tho beuiltlllll calhedriil slued (Hit
against the star-lit sky in hands of hi ll
limit light ami gleaming In tho vai l
gated rciiocicii rays or the numerous
electric lights seemed like a vivid
creation of the fancy or a fairy
of building I called into existence by
hv tho potent touch of enchanter's
wand and which a breath could di
solve the royal cortege took lis way
Into the broad beautiful ltlng sti'lisse
which upon this evening oneiroid
the city llko a girdle set Willi radiant
I'poii any evening hi the year the
King slrasse lighted by live rows of
lumps Is a sight worth seeing ami add
to this the brilliant illiiminuliou in
every window and Iho numerous de-
signs blossoming out In tongues of lire
from the palaces mid residences anil
the scone surpasses description.
All Iho world knows that Vienna
bus Just received the gift of good pure
wider brought from the "emperor's
spring" In the Seineiing Alps but per-
haps all the world does not Unnw that
wllh this same water they have made
a fountain that surpasses all others In
the world In tho height of its jet of
water isn feet. Tho basin oft he fountain
Is very large perhaps eighty feet
and from the rim of this basin innu-
merable smaller jets of water spring
towards tlio center Imagine this
fountain sparkling in Iho bright sun-
light and you think nothing can be
more beaut i fill hut see it illuminated
by licngul lights and you know that
nothing can siupnss it. The graceful
jet runs to ils east light and is at llrst
tinged with a delicate pink hue Which
fades away am! is replaced by a vivid
green and so the brilliant colors chase
each other cticli more beautiful lluui
Iho preceding and the sea of upturned
human faces are transformed hy the
light thai falls upon them now into
rosy glowing linls now gleaning witli
a ghastly death-like hue.
The Imperial party occupied nearly
two hours in making Iho tour ami was
everywhere greeted with enthusiasm
the crowd cheering oud running after
tlio carriages in a manner fluttering to
the vanity of the occupants but
dangerous to life and limb of those who
are unable to get out of their path.
Vague rumors of deaths occurring
through the press mid crowd have boon
circulated but no well authenticated
report of such accident bus been seen
lu the papers. In fact when the em-
peror on the following day niudo in-
quiry asi to whether any accident hud
occurred ho wus assured that none hud
taken place hut that the whole nU'uir
hud been orderly and happily conduct-
ed and was a proof of the vivacity ahd
loyalty oflhe Vieiinese.aml also of their
orderly law-abiding disposition.
A walk through the city streets was
full of interest but at the same time
trying to oneof feeble strength or Weak
nerves. The streams of people pour-
ing in opposite directions or crossing
each other made a whirlpool of human
being lu which a poor lone waif
would be tossed and pushed about
running great risli of not finding
the way out and often cries of "O
my child" or "help help! I cannot
breathe" reached the car. If one was
very muscular or two or three weak
ones united their strength with a
strong determination to stem the tide
or cross tho current they might suc-
ceed but toes would sutler and arms
and sides bear marks that would tell
the story of the struggle for days after.
The theaters were all brilliantly Illu-
minated and In several of them tho
evening entertainment was free to the
public tickets being obtainable tho
previous evening upon application.
The crowd applying was simply tre
mendous and many of the incidents
ludicrous washerwomen asking for a
loge us they were never in one in their I
lives timl others IickkIiik for n jiluee
where they could see the ilanseuo to
Auont 8 p. m. we took our way
through tho streets now so densely
paeked but through which n seeming
ly (Tiiwless tide still flowed until n
the outer borders of the Ring straits we
found the omnibus which would take
us to our home in tho Alservorstadt.
We paused for n moment hythenn-
raile plat to take n pcneral view of the
scene. The rows of lino buildings ex-
tending around the city outside of the
King and beyond the parade plaU
glowed like multitudinous stars the
King like a circle of fire surrounded
the city's gleaming heart ami from all
sides the streets of the Vor-
staedte stretched nway In long
brilliant lines. Upon the Kohlenberg
a mountain to the north of the city a
beacon lire had been lighted which
SUNDAY MOItNlNci. MARCH h. 1S4.
illuminated lliu ilUlunt landscapes.
The villages lying adjacent to tho en-
circling line were spot of brilliancy j
everywhere was light gleuiuliiK glow-
lug sparkling khliilng mil upon the
thronged si recti over (ho parks and
gitnleiiH rdlcctnl in multiplied Klur.V
from the liniiiui of Iho "lllno Danube"
and Middling lur out into iiiohiiuiiow
of forest mid hill "Whllu ovorhoud
bent tho blue nicy ilowy and soil
sprinkled with gold ilu-tiunl breathing
From nil the oniiiitry around eouio
lu reports of grand Illuminations fes-
tal parados ami exhibitions of various
character hut nearly every town and
liiimlot throughout Iho whole hind
over which Frauds Joseph rules was
llliiinlmited mid one can well Imagine
that If mi icrlid voyager was passing
over Austria upon the evening of De-
cember 1st he would naturally ex-
claim "To the people who out In dark.
Hess ii great light Is sprung up" and
wo can II iid un more lilting words with
which to closo this article than those
of the Imperial diet when they re-
ceived the news of the iiccoHS of the
young emperor lo Iho throne ; "Long
live the constitutional emperor Frauds
Joseph I !" wnir Aiwri'ii.i.r.vi
'I'lii'i'ii urn launy illslrcKsliin i.viiiIoiiin of
lllsi'llMi (lie ctltlMi'M of wlili'll lll'i' lllit'Tl:lhl
IVIilllly ihm'Viiiih liTlliitlnii iiiciibil slupia
mid lii'iiilunlii fur liiKtanco limy possibly lie
viiiiliiiiinllu of cliiiiiile illsi'iiMm In winie
)ii 1 1 lti In I- iiiuhii; yd In a liii'iin iiiiijiirlly or
case ul li'iisl ilicy iitIhi) Irani lnilli'lln
unit iiiiii'lilil ciiiiillllniiN ol Ilia liver nail
IhiWi'Ikciiki'IiiIi'K'iI liyn Iiml hIiiiiiiii'Ii. When
HiIn Is Ilia cane a lew Uoscn of Hnstetli'l'V
HIiiiiiiii'Ii Jllllcin will usually elli'i'l u coal-
ili'lct'iii'c liul kIiiiiiIiI Hie symploum he only
iiilllifaleil without Inliitf eiulicly rmimvi'il
by ii brief course of lliu remcily li t It Iiim'hIi
llui'il until every limn of illsenso lias vim
Mini lvsH mlik Is it woliilerlal luliiili'
ll linlliiii'N wllli hI u rt 1 1 UK ui'i'iiriicy Ilia null
em Inns of ileal t elsi'iisearaliiilHi aiie liblney
iIIki'iisc anil a hall ilnz.'ii oilier fi'luhHiil all
aients ami when Ilia ilnctors liave solemnly
illinium I the exlNleiiei of nun nr Iho other
ol lln'se complaints Imlf u dozen ibises ol the
r.llli'is will In mot cases cniiIihIc 1 1 I'll'
llienries by entlliu the palli'iit.
10 THE PUBLIC.
I Iiiivii liniveil iny Sloeli of
ITats and Caps
ami Ktock of those superior Custom Made
BOOTS AND SHOES
MiwiuftK'tmed liy ApplHon Noyo A Co. of
nil Linipt III
BROS.1 GREEN FRONT
Wliere wo linpa I a. see our fiiemls when lliey
Waal ii 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 m; In our Hue. You take no
risk In buy Inn our Custom Hoots anil Hhoi
as we Klvc a lull ami lamest guarantee ami
I hey Mini 1 1 be us rcpi'i'si'tited or siitlslaetlon
ulveu lu any ease.
We hope by lair ilealliiK In tho future as
in inn pasi 10 nielli your ooiilMeiii'o anil
COME AND SEE US
AT THE GREEN FRONT
OI'COSITK VIKI.DS' TIIKATEK
We are uueiits fur t ho
Woven "VTIro MuMrowN
You Rlionlil set! It. 2IHMU
Cnnslsllinr of 1'lnlils
i.iaiii's torsois i
all kinds of 1 in lies' llnder-
IMllilL llhinlt 11 1.1 P.ilnr...
Ribbons Heal J lair anil Mnlmlr i;.iulu f n
HOOTS AND SHOKS
And numerous other articles kept lu
lll'V lilMllIu Ml.Vh.
Tbrse cowls Hrp to be sold n'RarilleRsnfcost.
ii ' iii ...I ii.. ........ '
I'oliUiniul attentive clerks to wait on nil
n il" viol.
J. C. MITCHIE
VSI(;r:K roil n. MeX 111
Havlim llnlshvil the relocation of tho line
"f I"""s Wll'"ltt tMtna'x r "
llrst twenty miles bids will be received fur
the ilenrliiK grabbing Rrndlng ami bridging
or tho first second third and fourth dlvln-
loin of nve miles. TaymenU will be made
In rash or the bonds of tlio city of Dallas.
Bidder should state nt what rnte they will
receive bonds In payment. Profiles and
peel Dent Ions can be seen at the office of Mc-
Coy & McCoy.
Miirel. I if. '""tlp !)- W. II. R. Co.
.March l.lTl. Kdlat.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
tJJl I'artncrxlilp heretofore existing lw-
twen Dm. Jones .t Thrnston is this div
d S.W v... by uun consant. Mr. 1' if
H Hi '. V n!ll'"-l!Pl "Kent for Hie M-tt-
Hhcldon at once nud iM-it . their bills an.i
tn hl K elal s Blllnit l e w
pres.'! tliftn to Mr. Hheldon for pnvmen
Jonei. will continue lo occupr the old
olflceon Elm street. Dr. Thrashing oillee 1.
Wllh the Texas Mmual Lift . I
Main street. II. H. JfiNEM M n
rohmnryl ls74. febWim
F'JTm(:K.I'0en"t tue:ueRali JOB
SIMMONS & IE
AND HK.AI.M0i IN
WINl'lH i" MQTJOKH
Corner Austin und nim ti
Wholesale mid lUall Uvular III
WESTERN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE
Cor. Elm and Austin Stc
(I'ornitrlr Adam 4 IruDinl'l Bunk)
l ALLAN TLX AN.
GRAHAM TAYLOR & CO
(OTTOS FAMOUS KKCMVINU FOU-
WAR01NU AM) (0MMINSI0X
Dallas st. Jefferson Texas.
Largest anfl Best Warehouse in Jefferson
CniiNlunnicnlH of eotlon and country pro.
iluce xullelteil ellher tor Male or NliliuiMlit
A iDiuo iiioui lor up rreiKiiiH.
rnru 1111 mil loiiiv. eo . nil "in n.in.
ami remlei aeeiiiiul hiiIi'h uulaitly . W'h will
liiMire your koiiiIm or eollini under our open
pulley nl a reitHonnhle rale It lelred ill
iaet If you w ill 1'iniHult your Interest uud
phiee your property beyonil the danger ol
lire piuronuee iih.
AuenlK lor ('. Knitx'a liortiible Sleiini Ka
ulueHiiud Saw Mills JauiHH l.lppell .V Co.'s
IHiiiiiii' 1 in Dine wmer neei. isuiii'iraiiu.i:
I o.'h iKJeen ot the Houtli I'orii Mill Hussy
M I.ouiiuV. Cotton (lln inaiuiiaelureil at liaii-
iserllelil '1'exiiH and for Hie eelebraleil Stuile-
IKikUtwuui (JHAHAM. TAVUlUAt'O.
lllllrt. A UARV.
W. A. OI.U'IIAN T
GARY & OLIPHANT
Uii Ki t & KiU rStiaml
Liberal cash ailvaiiees made on consluu-
Kepresenteil by s. W. WAI.I.ACL.
Garliii ton Marsalis k Co.
AM) DKALKItH IV
Wines Liquors and Tobaccos
Corner Klin und Lamar .Streets
T A. I A W T 11 X A N .
THEO. :F. WALLACE
Groceries and Provisions
ButU'r CliMse Lard Etc. Etc.
1:13 Kim Nlreei nallas.
AUSTIN & CO.
.Main Street Dallas Texas
(Xcmt to Ileitis' Theater):
Fine Gold and Silver Watches
it) it "uxt ac
SILVERWARE CLOCKS &c
RepnlrliiR Fin Wnlehen a Npeclallly.
N: B. V' k-III iu.ll n.a l.ut ..ia ... .1.-
. - ..... ..vnv WU. 0. JV
Oil and Lamp Company
Whohmlp nnl retail dealers In
Spang's Excelsior Oil
BURNERS CHIMNEYS WICKS &c
IVo. GO Elm Nt.
New Blacksmith Shop.
The undenlsnnl I
smith Hhopopilie w. R. KohberHon's livery
wSrimenuir' Wh"re h" h'"' "wrlcB3
A OOODBTOCK OFMATERIAU
He sollelm the patronage of the public.
One thousand dollnni lor six or twelve
Sy'lnVallat' tUm la'nt
ATTORNEYS AT UW
lu O. M..MJJMS
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
-No tKJ :llll Hlleel
I. WILLIAMS Hlllir.llSKAV.
WILLIAMS & SHAY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
i.ltUfl mor AU A Muuni'rKiurr Ml&wlr
j.J.OOIill Ml. II. IHlWKII K K. COOMIII.H
(0111) IIOWKK 4 (OH Ml KS
ATTORNEYS AT IAW
(Mian over City Dunk
ATIOUNKV AT LAW
Ilnllim .... TeniiH.
Otllee nn Main street over K. II. Iliynii 4
'i's. adjoining Dallas Hkiiai.D nllU'e.
yM I ly
JOHN H.H'riIMMONM CUAItl.M T. MOUKIMH
STliMHO.VS & MOKRISS
ATTOItNKYH AT IAW
Olllee over t'la i it it llryan's li'Jdly
i. im; I'oouri;!!
Attorney und Counsellor at law
WM. IC. IIUOIIKN. CIIAHI.l!Sl''l(l1UTl('Ki:a
m tiHKS tt Tl'CKKK
ATTOItNEYH AT LAW
Omeelii City lianl Ilulldlng.
JNO. T At'l.T. OI.IN WKI.I.llollN.
11 KO. N. Al.l)lti:i)I.K.
AI'LT UELLIIIIIIN i ALDREDliK
ATTORXEYS AT LAW
I )nllil Texan.
(lllleeour.ini mreet. (mice hours I'roiii II
o'clock a. in lo 4 o'clock lull. H'leelnl hnsl.
Iicss allenilcd In al any hour 'J'.'liilU'
NAT. M. lU'lll (Hill II 111 I A 11 1 .MOIIliAN.
BURFORD & MORGAN
Attorneys at Law
HKKH'K Next doorto Trallier A Murphy's
Main M reel up Mull's. Oneof llle llrui will
always be toiiiul In the olliec. il'iji:im
U A. IIKKVKK. .IKKK Wollll.JH.
REEVES & WOIU)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OmcK-Cnncreti! biilMIni; Holllh of tlio
square formerly occupied hy Austin A' Co.
PHYSICIAKS AND SURGEONS.
I)K. W. S.LEE
ltu t ional IIoiuoatliiMt
Ollleoon Main street over fierce & Lyle's
J. H. GIBBS M.
Kpeeinl alteiitlon tven tothc treatment of
iiie uinciincs mill lieiUlIIIUIOS 01 U1G CVC llUtl
Olllee over Hosklu's Drug store
101m Streot IalliiN.
Dr. Wm. Heynaud
Olllee Elm street lietween Market
and Austin streets
(Over Ward's Drug store.)
Dallas .... Texas.
1)11. P. II. HAMILTON
Dullns ... Texas.
Ofiice No. 62 Elm Street
Over MeConnell's Hardware store. Itesl
denee K.rvln's iiddltion on Dallas brnnch
Kpeciaiiien-jsiu-gcry uud nil diseases of
DK. J. V. C1IILDKRS
Suit; eon nml Iiywician
Offlcoover Prat her A Murphy'w store eor-
umiii iiu nusiiu sireeui. alkloiu
DR. M. A. CORNELIUS
Olllee nt Connor A Walker's Drug Store.
Kesldcnrft on CMiiiinnmA airu... r...
DBS. P. & J. S. CAKftlXGTON
In Orcnnysoa's New Building
Opposite Adams A Leonard's Bank
SIXS OF MOTIIERAM) FATHER.
.m'u"1.I0.10";ln """'cvaml refuseto
I 'I? llc""t"r"1 M '"'(I demands of a
J.."."1?' w'-ft'lil''" wife. Tlsn sin for a
1 lothi-r lo bend over tlieeoucl ofn bemitiriil
iVZ " U""?l"r. ' refuse to spend
few dollars nr brr benellt and relief. How
mnnvtliotisnmUnr ...i. i:.""
to-diiv ..; u n i V "." .' ff
eim in. found In nil partsofourci ii itrv A
reiiieilyran hn lml. i .!.:..: .A
eud a little money for It. The rimed i lb a
Bi1.'.' .Wi"Vt ' "'"'Koole's Kngllsl. Kemale
- uiuicuisin. ITila Willi
Stamps Stencils and Engravings
AlHTIX NTREET DAI.I.AH.
Cotton and Whipping Rtenells. mi
and Mercantile Hiimp Notarv nn.M
icrwni rresses llran.ls for Ffnori... 7i
O..I.I 7. '
i.rv :r "uu ur" a id rnrters' Itiulim
I'lHinand lUm.i.i lime a i..ii. ':. . '"mites
Old Htanips mde new Engraviinr In Her ..i
Roman or (Joililo. aA.i-JL""1" 111 "crllti
unman or Oothlc. Address
"Bryanra Ntamp Tie pal'
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
OLD AUCriON FIRM.
M. A. iilBDLEIt ic CO
IliiVaJilHt enl 'led Into IhelrHiaoiiii v k
the A in lion iiiiil i'oiuiiiii.lon IiumJik w Uu luP
'i lu y inn deal.'U In Itc.i '"u"
I.Hc Hlni k. new Walnut mid seen i'"'1
Kurnllilie Clolliluu IIooIh HIiouh u..! '"''i
nn. lilies nun a amen I ummoi nu r'"!
ever 1 1 1 1 1 1
in. ..hv ... ::"." '
'liny havejiieoiuiceiioiii o UV.7.
in . II hale Milli e w ii.im ii....
loi.e. Main WaitoiiH Ciinlm. u'i"'!;
sale '1 In- Illle in nil Mm Ii sold by t Ilt-nV vv i I lT
in.-on.. ... .......niii oc Kiioaia
lielieral HiilUlaeilon liavinu been ulv7' i
the ihkI they liope lo penM. aid ineii '1.
I. Louis Mo.i llobert 11. I'.V"' !
tied New Uiii'uns lit
lla las. l axilh: H ll Aoek i Ii '"'
U. A IIIIII.KII
L. M. Spencer & Bro.
(rtiieociuiiirs lo II. IC Hinlth A Co)
CommlBulon and Forwarding
3VE o r o li a si t s .
Elm St. Dallas Texas
And dealers In Machinery Avery's HtciJ
ami CiinI l'lows Corn hliellelK tlx Yokna
Wheel Harrows J lay Hakes Agents fi?r
HuliolnC nuln Whllewaier Wagon
A AlKtnttcr's Iron llarvestur Iron Maw.?
Hieel Hay and Htiibble Hake Coin Drill Ft.
ttll.i'i'M Cultivators etc. IBisUm
Waiu II ii. I.
Late of (leiilgla
HILL SHIELDS & CO
Heal Kslato ami rtental Anents. OH Klin
hi n et 1 door east of I'oydras Dallas Tcxik
We are now open and ready to receive nml
Hell all I; 1 1 1 1 1 h n koiiiIk wiiii'n and inorchiui.
iiihii; rein nun Hen lanu exainine linen imy
tuxeM ami lualte ciimIi inlvaiiccH on coiikIkh.
ineuis nun nniy ne euirusieu 10 us VII1
iuaUc(iilck MileHiind in mi tit return.
We rcnioetlvcly refer to '1 relevant A Co
Jaiui'N l.liler I'ri'Nlilcnt. DeSoto Hank ami
W ebber ik Williams Memphis Ti iihcHme
Ycaliniin. KhleldH iV Co. .lohii Klrltiniin a nil
Mortfan 'J'Iioiiiiim .V ('o. NaHhvllbi.'I'iMiu.
JAMES F. UTZ
Spring Street Shreveport. La-
AVluileNiiIe Dealer In
M A. O II I U II 3EIT
A N D
SOLE AGENT FOR
Anie'K 1'orlalilH KukIiich Carver Cotton
(tins Droolcs' Ciilion Press Kelll'se Cotton
I'rcKN Coleiuan'H Corn Mills Sliuiib'Coril
Mills Victor Canu .Mills American C'nne
Mills Cook's K.vaiiorators Ainerlean Kvap-
orators llraneli anil Crooke'K Circular 8a Wl
and Victor Suales
Saw Mills Ilorsu Towers Itubber Belting.
Hum and Hemp Tacltlm; Cistern Well
and Force Tumps Iron Tipe and KillthK"
Urass Work Steam (luaues Steam Wlilstles
(luaije Cocks elc Wheel Harrows Stove
Trucks (funic Tlows WalkliiK t'ulllvaloin
Cider Mills (.'orn Nhellei's.Lai'il nml Machin-
ery Oils etc. etc. KiiKlncers' supplies ot
every dcsrlpllou. Complete machinery for
Hour mills will be furnished or any part of
hucIi mills supplied "ii short notice
FRUITS NUTS CONFECTIONERY ETC.
C AI.IFOKM.l Pi: AHS and
F IT I T H
Of every other variety as well an a full stoolc
ot every description of
CANDIES CIGAHS TOBACCO
And a general assortment of
At Wholesale and Hetall go to
L. T. BOTTO & BRO.
2sitr Southeast Cor. of the Square
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY
NEAR THE BRICK COLLEGE
ILM NTItr.ET. . . . HAL. LAN.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
J. A. WORK Sc SONS
Livery Feod and Sale Stable
Corner Commerce and Houston sts.
Horses Riiggic a nil Carriage
for hire on short notice. Conveyances fur
nished for any point In the Interior.
t'lly Omnibus Line and Hay Scales
at this stable. 2hiwtf
J. B. SCRUGGS 6c CO
street Dallas Texas
4 Davis Elm
The partnership heretofore existing be-
tween the ; niiderslHneil under the style and
nrm f Welllmrn dr Heruugs is hereby dls
wilved hy inntniil consent eneli party con-
H'Hiing husinewi in his own name.
I". B. WELLBOIlS.
n . . J.B.BCKUOOH.
Dallas March 3 1874. lijdl
II Kioviti NeM-Ada us . Js'uiinrd J
ersT. I'.Jonlaii . Co lliii(.N. (j Jo '11;
Tboiuas Jlaiilier; (Inoiga W Jl' i !'
(liiidiy lii-aiiiiiicii Agcntsj Cautiii; .I .f
Ill 1 1 llll IIL.lt 111 lltl Utlllll lll l It lit !(
The Nonpariel Butcher's Stall
1 propose to continue to keep as I have
heretofore done the finest stall In tlierihreve-
port market. Having effected arraneements
SmS!!1? ran always Imve on hand the
BEST UUALITY OF AIEAT8 I will be pre- '
Pared to satisfy the taste of the most fastid-
"Special attention given to receiving
and rorwardlng cattle.
1 1 w OrrioV llortt nUe Xa Ham.
01 aastrs hr tsl ( iha 0IRm.
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