Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 283, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 9, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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I tli only iiiMr In nwrllicrii
'IV mm Unit receive: I ho lull
Co;r:.i'i)ls or Vm Herald on the
(lull Tor a 3! ass Meollny;
In New York.
Another Scntliiirr Article from
(lie Times oil tlio Ailiuln-
Isiraliou. It Declares those Mho Approve
S lie rl dun's Course Stand
DIsKnteed before the
Letter (o the ConKressloniil
Committee from lienry
The itcccnt Troubles Have Not
interrupted the Course
New Oklkan'8 Jiinuury 8. Henry
O. Dibble to-diiy inldresswl the follow-
ing letter to tiio coiigrewloiial com-
mittee: To Uou. Charlc-H Fostr eliulrninii BHli-eiim-
liilljoe nil Loulittnmv all ilrw ;
J)j;ar8ih It wiw imitie my duty to
appear before your eoininittee (luring
Its recent wessionn ) New Orleans as
the counsel for the statu orKaninulioii
of the repuublicMii party. In that ca-
pacity I have endeavored to do what
I could to present tho slrontrent case
for our side. Y'ou are iware also that
I have held and now hold otllee under
the administration of Governor KI-
logg. I'l this relation 1 have eolisei-
euiiously supported the state govern-
ment inio its aocesHion to power in
1872 and have done whatever I could
to uid in such financial and ' political
reforms as it has been the policy of
this government to ellect.
Consistent and conscientious in this
courseI have uo regrets toexpress and
no further explanations to make but
to-day looking at the situation in Lou-
isiana from a higher stand-point than
that Indicated by my past relations to
the government considering the
troubled state of aftairs not as a parti-
san; but as a person of he eoimpoi)-
weahl) I feel eonstrained to oiler to
your committee these suggestions : It
seems to me that congress and the
country at large will he unable to solve
the problem presented by the Louisi-
ana case unless they consider that eve-
rything that has occurre.1 in this ken-
tion since the election of 1872 lias been
revolutionary utterly heynud due pro-
cess of law and a violation of those
fundamental rules ami principles
which underlie a republican form of
government within the purview of the
In contemplating this question it
will not do to lose sight of the extra-
ordinary condition f political society
in this state in 187 resulting from the
sudden change in the relation of the
two races and the somewhat crude and
altogether partisan etlort at reconstruc-
tion an eflort which was more or less
a failure because it eoiitcmp'utcd the
establishment of a government upon
nMract theories ami lost sight of the
actual social political and economical
surroundings that existed at that time.
As there has exiMel since the close of
the war a spirit of Intolerance towards
blacks and towards white republicans
this intolerance which often foil ml ex-
pression unhappily in acts of intimi-
ciaUdl) Mprcsfslinr and violence had
produced its counter result In the en-
actment by the republican legislature
elected under the reconstruction acts
.rtiinMo harsh election registration
constabulary and metropolitan pollc
laws which liuvo Iji'i-u.o Heviimly and
lll.l.lllU HHlllS .0 Jllly tttm.
vertud upon by lh publm piUM iiuuugli.
Ity the. iiH.ii.iiru the republican
imrty hud vele. hi tbu goveinor ol
the Ulu degree of power ncaruuly
rxereUul by any (Mivcnlgn lu the
world yet the piukiigu of ietf law.
Wan JlMllllllilli in H(leMri'B ul liiut I v
thvueueully nf altiiruing r(ui tiun i'o
lliu tniU nut untutored Murk. who'
politlcKl rlil'U w tie euiiMtaiii!) HiikhI
curd liy the pnwelfiil rhi. in Hi.
I irger pillion nl tin. wliili-N TlieuoV'
fill.ir i lei liil lilnli'r the iieo.ii.hi
IIW IMillini..il lii he ill I l hU ill fi el lull
t e llllid'd enVr uf I . Irpiilillruil
lK lV ll ri'jiie..;liled III llie KdH'lul Ii.-
m iiilily I . I (lie iiii ih. t ul in
lli'liul III. 11)1. ill' n . t imed to
hiive llln llnueiviil iiullinrily In w lilrli
I I lU ililveitdl Iheielnie n'l.eii ..
leiiuiiied to uullfhU pi lllieid Inilune.
nil II pp illiii lu tnoK to then)
ibid which Hindu hL iirccfeloii vuluii
b'u lu III nil ul in .si aiMiiluliiexeeuilve
pi I W 11 H
The ri'piihlicaii 1 ihIi im In llils nUte.
iiud 1 am mining Hu m cineeiely luul
liuly believe Unit our party had u large
imij.iilly III HTJ ami that (loverimr
Kellogg mid his ii.H'cliitiH on mir .lute
tlelii t would have U-cii elected by Mich
unilorily hud the t'leetlou been fair
and hoiieit hut (hut tiny were ucllisl-
ly chosen by the votes aelilally eaht iy
uiedueeil lunjoriiy we charged then
and have ever since ooiiilnued to
charge and we have conclusively
shown to Hie senate eoinmllleu thai
Governor Wiirinoth lu alllnnc with
the duiuoeraey used Ills iniusual execu-
tive p'iwer lu tho appointment of oftl-
en is who inunlpuhited tbu reglHtrallon
and the election so as to chaugo and
alter (lie results. To crown all w hen
the election had closed he attempted
to pack the returning board and to ef-
fect this end he overthrew the local Ju-
diciary by violence. These Hint incus-
me. and subsequent acts were beyond
the constitution and beyond tlie'lnw.
They wero revolutionary In the fullest
sense of the term.
it was during this period that I said
from tint bench while exauilng an Is-
sue which arosti out of the disturbed
condition ofatl'alrs that the coup d'etat
is not an American Institution. Hluce
that time surrouuded as I have beet)
by so much violence aud wrong doing
I have sometimes lost faith In my
gcnerulUullon but now when I calmly
and hopefully look to tho future uud
contemplate tho time when thu Luul.
lami troubles snail lie rcinomiiercu uy
the American pcoploonly as a horrible
dream i still believe that 1 duly com-
pi'ciiciiii me spirit or our repuimcun
M ;ned.J iik.nkv o. Diuni.K.
The Price Current says s At the sug
gest ion of i-evcral western produce
merchants and dealers wo would stale
for the iui'iii'iiiation of their constitu
ents that the disturbance in our state
government and the excitement in
political circles here dining the pust
week have not intcrnipted tne course
of. UaUe. 1 lie sales receipts and snip-
nieulsof nierehaudise have gone on
us nmiiil and orders and produce for
tins point meet with I lie cuMomary
prompt attention and dispatch.
Nkw Yoiik January S. The Herald
has double-leaded editorial calling
ul trillion to the call for u meeting here
on Monday evening aud the liilliien-
tiul names attached thereto It says:
The president can not atl'ect to Ignoie
or undervalue such u demonstration
supported by such eminent names.
The president Is hound to pay some re-
gard to thu nubile opinion of the coun
try. He ought not to be confident that
he is right when the best sentiment
of the best classes condemns him.
it U at least his duty to pause
and rellect and to re-examine the re-
sult of his unprecedented action. The
president will soon see that he is not
supported by the sentimeiit of the
country and that his unparalleled
course arouses the apprehension of the
people as no other public event has
done since the tiring on Fort Huinter.
This respectable and intluential call
ought to convince tho president that
there Is a limit beyond which no put)-
lio olllcer in this republican govern-
ment can go with impunity.
The Times says : We learn from
our correspondont at Washington that
the president will send a message to
congress to-day or to-morrow on the
Loifisiuna'difflculty.'and that it will he
unusually pointed. We hope It will
not lie pointed with bayonets like Gen-
eral Sheridan's dispatch which seems
to have produced an outbreak of indig-
nation from one end of the country to
the other. Honieof the people in Wash-
ington mujt bo curiously Incompetent
to guago public feeling or they never
would have allowed that mad dis-
patch to have seen light It is
much to be desired that some mem-
bers of the government would
take pains to acquaint themselves
with the tone and temper of tho coun-
try. If the cabinet had been prudent
it would have put General Sheridan's
ferocious inesssago on or under the
table or into the lire nml said nothing
about it. Instead of that Belknap tel-
egraphed back to Sheridan and said
the "president aud all of usthoroughly
approve your course" which was one
of the most unnecessary and foolish
blunders ever doimnltteif by the pres-
ent government. We hope the presi-
dent's forthcoming message will be a
tittle more creditable to hliii his cabi-
net his party and to the peoplo of the
United Slates who If they also thor-
oughly approve of Sheridan's course
would stand disgraced before the civil-
Collision-Mall Agrmt Burnett to
Washjnuton January 8. The New
York express hence at nine o'clock
yesterday collided with a freight train
caused by s misplaced switch. The
mail and express cars with mail agent
Pluming were burned. No passengers
seriously hurt. The entire northern
mail from Washington including the
accumulated day's midlf from the
south excepting the pouch mid canvas
for Baltimore' was destroyed by the
burning of the potttl ear. It i-i be-
lieved that nin'1 ag'-nt Flaming was
crushed to death bef re the cirs look
tire. He w a young man thirty years
of age and a Hon of the local postcMce
agent in this city.
Hai.timhui: .January H The coin-
miwioners of the Northern and South-
ern Presbyterian chiirehes to consider
the existlnif difl'ereuces organized to
day by electing Dr. Win. Brown of
DALLAS TLX As
Arrival ur a Large Drkmiui f KM
road (JDliUI aud Olarn
from (lie Jiorlhimt
Tlirlr Ueri-iniufi ih (hsoiber of
I'umiiicita Vlrat ur
I ho Ucli'g.lit
UiW.VKSiiiN' Juuiuiy h - The ex -ur-liililnU
limn the iirtiMil uiusiil
jcMcrdiiy iiiotiini t. lu ii . y Mere
IV 'lived by ll e ciiinui e ol vthuh
t'olonel Holiliy n rl.tfiiiiimi mull
coiled to I Im Giuiid riuiiihi ru holt I.
Mill lollowiug I l-i fmhi.'C III" Ilium
III IIIC fMMllMlunl.l nml ilelruullollHI
tu aba ilelejjnin.il K M listen M.
Dntiliitin I'.dni Milliard rt It John
mi John .Met 'oriiiick W W. Msr.li
John J. Jtediek (I l Hurfold John
T. ('link A.J HmpMiii Jului i'liittir
Jia l T. Gl llliii N. II lliilcniiib..
Council Hlull. deletiulloii Hull. H.
ICveretl 'I'. J. Kvhiih It K Mom.
g cry Chiiilr. liciidrlii Hi eer
i...i.i. I ..... I . ..
ooiiiii jhiiii hum inoriie !;. u Mine-
gan J. Lyman Henry Arsnuiu C. 1".
iXebraskn City delegation W. K Dil-
lon W L WHhoii
Atchison delegation (!. (J King
Thomiis Murphy Plattsmoutli
HL Joseph delegallou John Hlaek
A. L. Kerr
Itallroad ollleers W. P Itoblusou.
general freight agent M.. K. aud '1.
railroad; A. L. Maxwell general
freight agent K. C and 0. railroad ;
J. Waldo general pusseuger sgeut 11.
and T. C. railroad.
President of tho Joint delegation Ii.
Secretary of thu Joint delegation O.
Reporters N. B. llaloonib Omaha
Hepiibliean Spenoer Smith Couuoll
After breakfast tho delegation were
taken In hand by tho committees and
shuwu over the city after which there
was a public reception at thu cotton
llie meeting was called to order by
Hon. W. H. McAlplue president who
welcomed the delegation lu a few per-
tinent and well timed remarks.
Colonel A. M. Hobby president ol
the Galveston chamber of commerce.
delivered un eloquent add reus to the
assemblage. He stated the object of
tue gaiiiering to tie ror tne purpose of
Interchanging thoughts and ideas with
the gentlemen composing the delega
tion irom tne near uortnwesi in the
fond hope that the result wetild prove
advantageous to both socially and
lion joiin l. itodluk chairman of
the Omaha deleguiiou spoke forcibly
of the urgent necessity for opening up
lite Indian territory to white settlers
the Importance of a uniform railway
gauge from the northwest to the sea by
which the expensive tediousiicss of
transrerriiig carsoould oe avoided and
alluded to the importance of deepen-
ing the Galveston bar.
Air. II. T. Montgomery of Council
Blulls next addressed the meeting.
He spoke In glowing terms of the cor-
dial greeting received by the delega-
tion ami demonstrated that the near
northwest needed an outlet here for
the vast amount of grain and meats
raised within her borders.
Colonel U. A. Fluunioy of Galves-
ton being called on iiiaile it neat
speech brief and pointed which was
received with applause.
Mr. O. P. Hurford secretary of the
Omaha Board of Trade addressed the
meeting and being the statistical gen-
tleman of the delegation proved his
argument in such an array of figures as
to leave no doubt of the capacity of the
production of the northwest and the
vast amount of wheat com rye bar-
ley oats aud bacon raised within her
hounds and demonstrated that the on-
ly thing required to bring it to our
shores was demand and cheap rates of
Mr. Kerr of St Joe Mo. then spoke.
He said the people of the northwest
11.1 .wvt nnfM. .1.. In .1 II In.
and fha market that expeoted to gee
its trade must put up a margin and
make itsown market; must be prepared
to receive ten fifteen or fifty ear loads
of grain per day put up tiie money for
it and seek another market itself. The
grain men of the near northwest did
not propose to ship to Lurope they
would ship to Galveston as they did to
Chicago the grain being paid for at its
destination and the buyer there seek-
ing ids own market either abroad or
111 r- c
Mr. Murphy of Atchison Mr Hayes
aud several other gentlemen addressed
It was resolved that a committee be
appointed' iu conjunction with the
committee on freights of the delega
tion to confer with Mr. Waldo or tne
Houston and Texas Central and Mr.
Itoblusou of the Missouri Kansas and
Texas 011 the subject.
The chair appointed James Sorley
John Scaly M. Kopper) and J. M-
Scaly said committed.1 The meeting
Bent to Jail-Cotton Claim.
Washington. January 8 Major
Dick Wintersmltli is here for the
Irwin went to the city jail to-night.
Plnn..l R It. Tfolnlilnl who waa lhi
chief quartermaster at New Orleans
ilnrlnir Dm bttn wr. Iirs been under
examination by the southern claims
. . . . i . m i
commission ror me past lour or nir
days in relation to the many claims
died by persons In that section of the
Nkw York. January 8. The steam
tug Speedwell reported missing had
on board Iwirty persons and was en-
gaged in some government work con-
nected with torpedo msiiufscturlng.
As she lias not arrived at New port
where she was bound it Is feared she
has been lost with all hands on board.
AtTfu-uTA. Me.. Jmiiiarv 8. The
r..l..n ..tilll!uli nulli.14 llfim 1 IIM I All
i'mii'v niii'ii ii m' -"-
Hamlin for United Statfs senator.
Memphis F.I pel Ion.
iIciiduh Tvini.. Jmiiiiirv. The
democrats carried the municipal elec
LAN81KO Mich. January 8 The
caucus pomluAted Chandler fur senator.
SATURDAY JANUARY 1) 1875
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m siogk m mwm
Stfelhlit hi .ul' yvl
LLNSUYS TLANNLLS J LANS WATKIMMtOOr CASSIMEUKS HLANKLTS C03I-
FOUTS LADIES' SAQUES IIOSIKItV. FlIKS and last but not least our
largo stock of CENTS' CLOTHING and UNDEUWEAH GLOVES
iTbhTO t'uued H!le?:W' l" UW' "J Clfu" ln n.ach.no and Hand aewed
NVlilch we nre also oirerlng at muoh reduced prices and of whloli we are able to
One Hundred bales of domestic all standard
Fasiuge of Morton'i Kiiolulltn Call-
. Ins ror Information In Regard
to Hie White Lcagoe.
IntroductluH of a Bill Providing ror
a New Klrrtlon lu Loulilana.
Hubsldf Irwin Soul to Jull Tor Refus-
ing to Teitiry.
Wauhinui'on January 8. The na-
val appropriation bill passed.
. Thu discussion of the loulsluiia reso-
lution was resumed.
i Senators Bayard sod West spoke.
The resolutlou passed calling for pa-
pers und Instructions regarding Louis-
iana the amendment leaving it dis-
cretionary with the president to fur-
nish the Information sod another by
Mr. Morion asking for information
about the organisation and objects of
tho white league passed. Adjourned
The certlllcate thai confinement in
the common lull would seriously afiect
Irwin's health wa referred to tho com-
mittee on ways and means.
The motion that pending the in-
vestigation by the committee Irwin
reiuaiu iu the custody of the serjeant-at-arms
was lost by Ufl to 1UU.
Mr. Butler introduced a hill for an
election in louislanu. Referred to the
It directs an election to be held on
the fourth Tuesduy In May next for
governor lieutenant governor secreta-
tary of state attorney general auditor
of public accounts superintendent of
elections und members of the legisla-
ture and that the president shall im-
mediately appoint three suitable per
sons to superiuteud suoh election ; that
there shall immediately be appointed
two competent and suitable citizens of
onnosito nolltical nartles. as state reg
istrars who shall cause a uew and
complete registration to be made of all
the legally qualified voters of the
state ; that the state registrars and su
perintendents siiuii in UKe manner
appoint two supervisors of registration
iu eaoh parish und the superintend-
ents shall iu like manner appoint two
commissioners of election for each
witnin ten uays arter me any oi
election the state registrars are lo open
the returns iu the presence of the su-
perintendents and examine canvass
aud compile the same and the super
intendents are thereupon to muao pub-
lic proclamation of the result ol tho
election lu two newspapers of general
circulation and of opposite politics.
The legislature thus elected is to meet
aud organize on me second Motpiay
after the promulgation of the result
of llie elcct.lo.li and mi the first Mou-
tlsy nr suuh promulgation the gov
ernor sun inner state oinceri noun ro-
tor on the discharge of their rtpect!ve
offices and the government thus estab-
lished Is to be rrcvjrtiix. il by ihe Uni-
ted States givrrtimeiil its llie legal
government of Jiiil-Uoa.
The United .-ls circuit court ol
Louisiana is lo hare exclusive Juris
diction of nil crimes and rleusee made
punishable by tliea.-l. It am bonzes
the president to employ the army and
navy to maintain the puhlie peace to
sustain the ollleers under the act and
to enforce the provisions of the act
and any act of an officer of the state
of Louisiana or of a state court inter
fering with the execution of Ihe act Is
to he treated as absolutely void.
Philadkmiiia January 8. The
steamer Liverpool twenty-one days
out passed Cape Heiilopen this nvril'
lug bound up.
Pa ma January 8. Kinf Alfonso
embarked at Marseilles to-day.
K nile 1'ernler tbo banker Is dead
Govern.. r Hebdrleks of Indiana
think Mr. V'norheoa has developed a
surprising strength In the senatorial
contest hut dee line to prophesy as to
H"M'' " mt '"-V'"'
"tui h' vy t"' "rtitV lo rAt
W also beg to call again attention to our hamlsoma assortment of
OLOT1IN 8THAW uVII COCOA 3IA.TXI1VG-
brands bought by tiur senior In New
Pianos add mm:
''The Great Amman 1'iut . firlt bW
. TEXAN DEPARTMENT.
Mamirtinlurani and Dcnluri In
PIANOS AND ORGANS
rlnrlHl tunc and lleadoaxkrlvr
204 COMMKllOE ST.
Hupply (Iii)iols nml Iirunoh udlssf St all
liuiiorlunt point. In Hie Hlul.
Ailiri. all oriluK from Texas lo Ik Dallas
Olllce. Tim lii.truiiiHiitH will beoat fiom
till) nimrent miptily lit ikiI.
flauoa anil Oro-ans Hold ea 'Moat lily
Mecond Hand Instrniaieata tonmsa la
Ksrhanite for Mew.
Tiinlna and Memlrla; . t hf
Mtlllfnl Workmea auil aaiMMtloa
I'urtl.'H living lu Iowilou any of tk line
of riillriiiul wlsliliin loti'Ht tliulr la.traiu.uts
lielore IiiivImk oitu liuvii thm plaoetl in
tlislr boiiiu'. fur trial without exlrpnM.
- Call and exuinlns or wad for .flrralaraod
Now York offloe No. H East VourtesuUt
Central Hnnlliern depot No. 81 Chestnut
Kaslivllle Teuuewee. WW If
LAMAll NT It IS EX
two noons so mi or maiit
We are slwayii iiuppllet with tha latest
novelties In French aud EorIUIi goods.
( olonel F. K. Virginia Military In-
stitule profenor ol mntheiuatlci and onto-
H. R. Miller A. B.. Rkhmond (Va.l Col.
lege prof. -or uf ancient and modern lao-
Kua.ee aided by coiupelent anUatanla.
The next seaslnn hrglni January 4 178 anil
Tuition fees rMiige I rum three to lis dollar.
Kr nionlli. Boaril In beet famlilea from
eWe and a half to fifteen dollar (wr
month. Tallinn pHyiibleoiie-hairinadvaui:p
The building of this institution have been
thoroughly repaired aud rearnlhed with
patent revolving seat desks. Apply for cir-
CITY BAKK OF DALLAS. TEXAS
At Ike Close ol Raalaoao oa lira Slot
of Becomkor IM. -
Doa by bank and bunkers trl.TWl M
Vwh on linJ...r... M.SK7 SK
Plaennnls.. ... . 7S.KT7 as
Iteal eatate fur foreelnaeil tiMirU.gra. i 'tU M
Hanklug knuwnnil axlnres Ig.SIS M
Uoiiil.. eounly slid oliywurranla and -
to-1.. . Srr76 Wl
Over d raits. ICH2 7
...-IS TV IK1
Due enk a -d b-mkers
In 1. iMMllnr.
Capltulstiick paid In
lI.O V Ml
I wrtlhr Ihiit ihe above I. a eorrSa .tate-
m. rit of Ihe hiwinr. l Ihe CHf bank of
i mi in. at llie clo or inm iainiM)r
ni.isii. juririi ilwawi
Canblert'lly (leak Pallas.
Bwnrn Inand .nlwrlbe'l lxfira. thlaM
day o' Januarv in.u. a. II. rtTOA4Al.u
w Fhrtary Futt'-tVr XUIU OWMeSa toaSA
Dorman Holmes S Co
nilUS Boots and:
iMtwIilMan.lliiH Ihe hard limes .ml
- w m
r ;..ii.lu- i.tt(.siV-ty inTr Vi.VU.' iiivlm-i- hav. A.lly atormlusd to
display the lluest assnrlmeut anywhere
York at pauio prices and to us closed
DALLAS. WACO SHERMAN AND CALVERT.
0. H. BCHOELLKOPF.
Schoellkopf & Doelling
DIQALKllH IN ' v
Haddlory Iliirdvriire ;
HIDES. WOOL PELTS AN D FTJBS
ELM STREET DALLAM TEX AM. "
Our connections with tann.ra oaat snahle u. to compete In prloatof LeatUtr with Oalvs
ton N.w Orleans or BU boula. Mlgheat oaah priu isttd tut bides ate. . MtdlyHwly
1874. REMOVAL. 1875.
WHOLE ALE AUD kETAIL .
OHO C El R S
41S Malu trct (Odd Fellowa' nulldlug) and SIS Main afreet
We .hall remove our .toek of groceries from Hon Main street In Hit Kim street January
I IHT6 Hiid In imlrr In .urn time and expeime of renueklng ami moving we have in.ile
such UllKAT HKDllcriuN In I'lUOKH a. will enslile u. to sell Ihe n-iilur part off prior to
moving A giSMi opportunity Is now offered lo buyer to erur thulr ('hrlstmua and New
Venn .uppiles ul lower price than can lie bought I'lm-wlioro. Having two store we have
an IMMKNHUM'rODK OK KANl'Y UIUMJKUIKH. Our nrluus nru nut down no lowtlmtlu.
pile of hard times you will have inouey to .pure lo buy your supplies for tin. holiday
Call and examine good nuU prion). . Very rKSsiulful i i . WtbhlAMtl BUOM
JUST BECEIVEU AND NOW OPENING IN TUB 11
New Brick Store No: 7 1 6 Elm St.
A E.AUC1E AND WELL
FOR SALE AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
All my gool. coming direct from manufactorers I Can and will make It to t he In terett ol
country ineruhaut and oilier lobuy from me. All gissl warranted to be as repreMUlea
when sold liall and exomlue beforo uurohaslng elsewhere.
J M IIAYISH Conuniisaloii Mvrohnnt
nallaa. Texaa SHtober at 1874. Hkl8ra6wm
JZl. EL. FOAT & CO.
'car. is.. ixecmttXT7sriarrttjnj?L
WHOLESALE ANO BETAIL DEALEB IV
Chairs Mattresses and Houso Furnishing Goods
OlO T5Im Htreet Dallas Texas.
COT.TltY OBDEIlf IIKCE1YE PBOMPT ATTEXTIOX.
COTTON . F A. C T O K H
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Oot-ner Klin mud Marlict Hli--la. DnllnM Texaa. '-
tMt.r.ti wd-e.v. baiiRlng. Iks. i'iuiuuir coffee la luolsases salt grnln nd alt
lud. ! ronnlry pnelmv. issdtnwll
Tlv vlrint tit anthnri'v vealad In ma by
deed and tram executed by M. J. Johnson A
H. K .Mf-bineiiny in arcure tne payment 01 a
eertatu pr.ml-eMv rede therein ihwcrlhed
wblcheeld i ed n(lriit of reeor.1 In bunk X
pare. 4'4 and 44 of iMlln. onauty rseooln
and In eimiplMt eo with the rwmeator the
. gal hunter nl ald ul-. 1 will sell mi Wed-
ri -.lny llie SUi day ur January 1S75 to the
hlrhn-l belder for currency in band at the
cm rt iHiuae In iHill.t. Tvxu. all the lioiwe-
hoPI and klioken fornltiire of every hind
now In uaa In Ih Crutch Held bote! In Pulla
Texas a.Vrlbel In Mid ileedef tru-t I-
Iim one el lira most dealrahle hotel oulltulii
W.H THOMAS Tru.'ee.
scuellv of money mutters but Ihauk
In tha HUte. Klrty cases of nrluts aud
out at oorrespoudiug prlues.
SELECTED STOCK OF
ElTaso Mail Company's
FINE F01R-1I0ESE COACQES
Will leave Eagle Ford dally on tke arrival of
the morning train from Pallaa via Jehn-
3foi- Port worm
Thenea on Mondays. Weilneaday and Krl-
dav. nsr Wealherforti ud Jaek.lxo.
VrliNo. xl Commeme .leeer oppoalta
500000 Feet A I Lumber
At FiaUltE DV
f!Uf HCHKHCK AWHkSUKkV
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