The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 170, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 15, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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Ths Daily II rnAi.ii in iiniliHiied v'y
in ilnif. uviIhiiL mi MnliiliiV. lit 110 !
Mil It it lit In advance iiimIumh in iijm.il ; or
'iioeitU liur Wunk diillvurinl III III" ''lly-
Anvnirmmmi hatkmi Una siiiuni (ten I lin'
iiiiiiMinill oiiii limit il mi. e cn stinseiiin'iii
Insertion 7ncnta HpninlhlHslur weekly
monthly mill tvMi'ly inlvurllMiis
Tub Wkkki.v hnai.ii Is iiniillMhed eviiry
Hat unlay mo nil 4Kl M Cu per.yaar sa-
I Ml J
DAI I AH. TKXAH.
SATLItlin MOIISIM I IIKIT.MIIKK 1.1.
Wiiii Imiiiilit Imlly Jli'ii IlutliT? If
bully Ili'ii Hiill'T wu bought by 1lu
bullion bullM liow iiiitny bullion ImlU
bill a linruiH lit lunula to buy bully Hon
Jnuai.i.h did not distinguish himself
In IiIh (iiiiiiiiIii against Kusti. Ho
only got seven other i'eiul)lieiina to go
with bun aihI Ibi'y worn tho seallawaijs
of Iho bi'id.
riNciiiiM'K Hny h tho ri'publii'fin
Mlreiifith In Inuis'iuim in almost entirely
riiiilliicil to tho iii'tM'o vote iiiul Unit
tho democrat givo it n low oll'icns as
they Hci'in (liHniHoil to do tho negroes
will look iijioii tho rojiublicau pint y
with entire iti.liHiriiui.
Tom Aniihiison of tho Into returning
hoard Iiiih boon ni))oiiiti'il by .l.ilin
Sheiium: acting collector of custom at
New OrloniiH Shoiiiiun Iiiih a izi'oat re-
Hpcot for Andoi'Hon iih woll uh Kli7.1t
I'inkHtnn. To npiKiint Anderson to
any ollloo wliancvcr in simply sliame-
ful. Kansas City Timfn: Thoy are. trying
to hreak ViindaihiU's will by ln'oving
that his iiioi'iiIh worn loose and that ho
llOlIl'VOtl II) I'llUI'VOVUIICO it 110 WllH
therehy iiioiipai'ituttMl for inakiug a will
tholitle to.Now York real eslato must
bo very iiifinn TIicim wore fow of tho
old Kiiiokcrliockcrs who worn virtuous
or who did not holiovo in witchcraft
ghosts and hii ornatiirnl remedies.
Wk arc glad to see tho San Antonio
Jlcralil bold sentiments like tho follow-
Mr. Throckmorton hoconies through
(ho notion of tho 1'ncilio railroad com-
mitten iU chairman. Tho whole hoiiIIi
and tho friends of tho Texas Pacific
railroad elsewhere will rejoice. Mr.
Throckmorton in ono of the ablest ad
vocateH of thin grand national road-
way. Wo now look for action of Homo
kind with regard to 'this interesting
subject at an early day.
IIavino found two democratic prece
dents for liis order in regard to pursim
ing Mexican marauders over the border
Mr. Hayes feels that so much of his
policy is safe. Old Hickory's pursuit of
tho Seininoles into Spanish territory
and lliichanan's order to Uhtrt K. Luc
wdieu tho Utter was stationed on the
Mexican border in 1 Stilt are examples
which tho present administration can
follow without fear of going wrong.
Tins nppointiuent of Judge belaud to
the poBtrrastership at Waco will givo
very general satisfaction. Judge Lo
land is a Vermonter but has lived in
Texas for twenty-fivo. years and up to
tho war was an old-lino Jacksonian
democrat of tho strictest sect. Since
the war bo has acted with tho liberal
republicans and was tho chief justico
of McLennan county who with the.
other justices was imprisoned by tho
tyrannical Oliver the district judge and
who issued a decree from tho cell ami
had Oliver himself incarcerated. Judge
Viand is n kindly disposed good heart
ed man of considerably nioro than the
nverago ability and will niako an of
' Ticicnt and attentive olllcer.
Novel Hi each r I'mnilae Nnlt.
A breach of promise suit involving
. Boino novel features has been commoiuv
ed in the circuit court of Richmond
Virginia in which l'unlim. liM.
young German lady of h'gh social posit
uon is planum ana reruinaiul N.ui
rath a wholesale candy manufacturer.
is (letontlaiit. Miss 1'auline puts her
damages aif-OAMsj. siio avers in her
complaint that the defendant made love
to her in March last and received her
promise to marry him since which time
she has made every ellort to got her atll-
anced to fulfill his engagement and had
on divers occasions approached him and
insisted that ho should carry out his
promise euratti. on the o her hand.
does not deny tho soft impeachmont of
me gn i nut otters as a reason why he
should not marry her that her breath
is bad and has summoned several of tho
girl's female friends to confirm the as
sertion. Iho parties aro hiuhlv con
nected and the case has excited no lit
tie interest. Miss Ruble is a stylish
brunette of about twenty and Neurath
a portly and wealthy widower of fifty
Th.fi I'trllr Uootlt WMrtr A hat
Ttivy'll lo Nrtt f
Three sailors who had a parrot with
them went into a mogician's show in an
upper room in soino foreign city. The
three constituted the audience. After
each feat of tho magicians one of the
sailor would remark "that's pretty
good; wonder what they'll do nextr
Finally one of the sailors asked permis-
sion lo smoke which the mngician
granted foruettinir that in lh
beneath was stored an immense quanti
it oi gunpowder lue jsi k-Urs and
the parrot continued to enjoy the show
one sailor adding the ldeiunirn nf hi.
pipe and the other remarking after
rncn iru-K i imi reuy gool ; wonder
wnat tney II io nextf A spark from
tho smjuer pipe chanced lo drop
through crack in the 4loor into the
powdur and something suddenly os
curred. Bailors and magicians psrrot
ana an "rose above party prejudice
and were all blown lo kingdom come in
million fragments all except the poll
-parrot He landed a heap of bruised
flesh and burnt feathers in a potato
patch three miles away. He was utter-
ly demoraliied. It took some momenta
to collect himself -and when he hail
partially done so he hopped limping
upou a fence-rail and remarked:
"That's pretty good; wonder what
they'll do next V '
MONEY IN LEGISLATION.
(Mm (if tli mm hi signs of rutrojit'H.
nIhii wlili li murks Ilia irnmiiit aye so
I II I' II IIH'lllls lll'tl tllll(ll'lllll. in III"
hiarkml jitilmicy rif inoiii-y In tlin im-
tiolml im svcl I iissIiiIh legislation Wlinn
Oulus A nit nut Urn hliiir dl Hi" ri'il'
il Miibilier "wheio they would do (he
niiiht good " ill cimgiTM ho win only ilus
Ing ivlmt every repii Hi'iitauvo ol a cms
Miration which hut sought uld fro in the
government bus done and tho poopla
regard the oiiino as not consisting In
tin passinji of tint money but in the
bungling which expose tho transac
thill to the public gae Money bus
been UHcd without stint in shaping the
llnauoial policy and laws of tho country
lllack Friday Is iiiouiimeiit ton. very
black criain Money hits boon used to
procure protective legislation link tho
mill uconlti of MasHiichiiHottH and the
Iron masters of rimnsylvauiii. Money
has hoen used to open our mill'
kuls to the competition of tho
world nsk the largo consumers
of tho uousmanufacturlng states
Money has located navy yards am
I'nrts fur defense light houses etc
Money has procured appropriations for
internal improvements for tho location
of mints customhouses nuslolllces
federal courts and tho lino Money
has been shamefully used in procuring
appointments to tho civil service of tho
country and again those civil servants
lifvo spent money without stint in tho
ellort to hold on to position by contimi
ing tho party they havo served in pow
or. Their chiefs make an assessment
and tho money is cheerfully paid. So
much a matter of course has all this
grown to be thut it hardly excites a
Ihish'uii! comment when an :iiom is
These are terribly humiliating facts
wo have been staling and not only
that but they are exceedingly danger
ouh. When money arrives at that degree
of potency that it shapes governmental
policy both public ami privato morals
procures acipiittals as well as convic
tions in our courts it is high time that
a crusade should bo made not against
money itself but those who put it to
theso huso uhcs. Can any ouo wonder
at the corruption which is fast bocoiii'
ing general when money piocures so
many advantnges? Money in these
modern days does away with the disad.
vantages of low origin want of culture
and total hick ol piineiplo. The golden
calf wields tho sceptre in government
and rules society. Even tho pulpit
trembles when the did bus clink in id
money often violates the sanctities and
virtues of tho domestic circle. Money
has often sent tho red car of war crash-
ing through tho nations and blood
tears and groans attest itB potency as a
destroying principle but it has been
reserved for tho United Stales to furnish
the example of its extreme corrupting
power. Belknap Rabeock and !diih
Shepherd havo been itsotlicial almoners.
It is now time for congress the senate
and tho president to interpose some
barrier to its further progress. (
In tho bills now before congress for
transcontinental communication the
wonderful money power of the Union
and Central l'acitio route is quite huII'ih
clout to obstruct and retard ono of the
most important public enterprises
which has been projected during the
century past. Huntingdon securely
entrenched behind tho hundred of
millions of that huge monopoly laughs
to scorn any attempt to furnish him
with honest competition. Let him and
tho power of his millions bo rebuked by
the passago of tho Texas and racilic
bill. Let it he said that' the power of
money to shape tho legislation of the
country has been lost. Lot Oakes
Ames' school of legislation bo destroy-
ed and let purity and patriotism again
obtain a voice in the national councils.
Chicago Times : Tho president said in
conversation with a friendly caller that
ho believed from what ho had heiud
that this week's session of tho senate
will decide whether thoro is to bo a
fight extending through his term of
otlice. He had no reason to expect
Ijhat the issue would bo postponed
until after the holidays but would bo
made almost immediately. He is nerv-
ous and fearful at this prospect of a
fight hut is at the sanio time quietly
resolved to yield nothing to the de-
mands of the anti-administration sena-
tors. Tho nervousness of the president
at the outset of this tight does not indi-
cate a belief in his failure. ' Ho thinks
upon the contrary that he must win in
the end. His friends say that if bis
own inconsistencies wore out of the
way his position would be an impreg-
nable one. Conkling's plan was to
defer as long as possible any issue hut
the talk of the president indicates an
intention upon his part to force the
Mucins; la Trrnaa.
Spirit of the Times : We hear uoon
every hand that Texas is the coining
state. Her broad vferduoxcovered and
fertile prairies aro fast settling up with
a thrifty population and population is
wealth. Civilization and refinement
make inroads upon savage wilds only
to on accompanied by pastimes and
manly sports and from these the thor
oughbred Ameiican trotters are never
absent. Ihe recent racine at Dallas
and Austin sent us through valued cor-
respondents at these points and pub-
lished elsewhero in the present issue
oi i ne npiru was uecuiedly interesting
ami aiiuougn mo nems were not large
the contests were spirited and the large
crowds assembled to the liveliest inter
est in the sport The performances of
Judge Hancock John McCoy Belle
bark ley Ella Rowett and others are
aeciuoiiiy creditable and indicate that
the turi is on the ascending scale in the
Lone Star State.
It is a matter of regret to record the
nreaaing uown of that una horse George
Wuinan at Dallas; for he promised to
be an honor to bis stable and bis State.
ii is a welUbred colt a grandson of
ne area Islington and will be a val-
uable acquisition to the brnMs of thi
section. The failure to hold the regu-
lar meeting at Austin threw a
on the turf prospecU of Texa. for tha
momentbut the people have revived tho
sport and show by the. reception they
gave it that it is appreciated In future
. i . . . . i
i no iiieoiiugs ii'oiuiHii to no regular aim
to include (l.ilvcst'in AuNlliiiiud J'allas
ill tho iii'der iiaiued and front ihelat
po!ut the hoini s will conic to St buns
on Iho Mb of Juno next to uieiisure
stridiis with tin1 champions of M iMnuri
K'IIimh IllinuW luilluiin I eunet-sce
Knuiiicky MiitsisHippi and Louisiuna
NEW ADVERT IStMENTS.
DISTILLERY & BONDED WAREHOUSES
AT CHICAGO AVE. BRIDGE
RECTIFIIN5 HOUSE AN 3 OFFICE
UH ind 184 ADAMS IT.
HINDI. K AND IJOIIIII.K HTAMT
Vnilir' Hinltur JVn VuUlfHampi
We li'ive constantly " liand fi 1 7(HKI to
11 lUui li....lu 'ruil M'l'AMI' lltlllK.
llONH mid KYKS that am maun lur
jiriisunt ilao; do imi rtiiiilr hku to
Our Imperial 1 ins
Huve mien In uso Twenty Years. Thty aro
all iiimli' slier the Holland process dlhlllled
from live. Hplrlt and italiau juuipt'r
II. 11. OOOLBY.
K. I). UOTV.
It 11. 1IAHTRIUB
Gregory Cooloy & Co.
OummlNHloii Ucalcrs In
ItOOM 5H lEXL'HANUK
llniou Stork l'linls
IflH XVUJLilHIllCLk iwro
Palmor Fuller &Co.
WniU.KSAI.K MANUKACTUIIEH8 OP
J SVWWtkfSJ tJIIUHIti
Stairs Stair Railing Balusters
Newel Tosts Etc.
DRY LUMBER. LATH & SHINGLES.
BUY POUND WE1UHT A SfKCIALTY.
Estimates Price LIs'h and MnnldluK Hooks
seutou application free of chnrite.
Vor. WtNt 321 mid I nlou SU.
OUK (lOOl)H LUMUKH and HKINULKH
e kept In lull stook by the wholesale deal
of Texas whom we. huve supplied sine
"The World's Champions"
The unequaled tire-resisting qualities of
these Safes proven In hundreds of fires
Including the following
FIRES IN TEXAS:
Uslvcstou Dec. 2 1869.. Allen Lewi A Co
..A j ward A to. fj)
' " " . EO Lynch.
" " " ...J V Hinltli A Bro.
" " " ...Ueo llntler A Uo.
" " " ..Albert Hall Jr.
" Feb. 21 IS70..
Hhaoklernrd Brown A Co.
" ' " ..Kuruelt A Wall.
" " " ...Cook A Woodvllle.
Mar 2 is. a. .j u Kiwt A 1:0.
" ' " ...C H Jordan.
June 8 ls77..Leou A II Hlnm.
" " " ..Anileraon.t'Mmson
" " " Kopnerl.
" ' " .W 0 Ull.rell A Co
" " .T K Tli..mpon.
Janermin. Feb. 19. lsfl..J P Dnrr Hon.
" Ann. inu.. i rienol.
Keb. . WI...D J Hbr.liBii.
' " " ..Urlnnan A Wayland
" " " ..FamkuerAHcberck
Deo. 12 1871..
I'rswford A Crawford.
! April vi wis.. ram r Moneley.
" Nov. 4 IS74.J V Kolster A Co.
Uoualo' Oct. 7 I876l West. U. Tel. Co.
I J WHtBoey H ir.
" ' L J Latham
" " ..A Cramer.
" ..h L (lohman.
Mar. 1SiJ M Talt.
' " ...I) M In Her.
Feb. 8 18M...W K Wllnoii
Paris Ana- 81 IS;7...U KTIipIki.
" " ...OC Connor 4 Co.
Waco Deo. XI. 1H75...J K Manihall.
Mtf 18 " ...K A MeKenmy.
Bryan Mar. 1 ls71...Parker Fllppan.
Keb. la. " .L Erwln.
Dallas July 8 ls80A Hhirek.
' " ...K M Mtai-kpola.
Wbeelock lxff.CIiaa Lewla.
April SI. lW...LIoyd a Coirield.
BirnbHDj ' " Alrxrlmoi.
" SH Norton.
Mamhall De. 11 1-70-J H HUrr Afcn.
Knnls Mar 6 lS75-Mark Latimer.
HempstadMar. 8 . Bixley A Cole
Calvert May 27 1873...K H llayae.
L A. SLIGHT Travcllns Agent.
HEADCIUARTKRS AT UALVE8TON.
Bend for Illnatrated Circulars. Banker will
be furnished oar Banker Pamphlet.
HEHKLNG & CO.
til asiel tut Breast war Hew Tark.
Compounded good of Evcryvanoty
Sa:h Hcors Blinds Mouldisgs
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS COLUMN.
Koiir-llna AilvnrlUi iiH'hia Inserted I w lue In
viiih I'liiiiiiiu for Twmily-Mvii I'iuiI.
UUAItllKltH-At ItrNl.uliiHs iilviite
ImurillnH Iiihinu Ukiiiiiiii on I'linlilo
hviiiiiic(iw tin HiiiliiHiHirn mill. Apply
BOA III) ANII HKMTw nli'Hly 111111'
I nil rooiiia lntvrn.11 urnii s lur mml Ores
wulur Irmii tin. wulor works. I'tc. lur i.-iil
Willi lionnl ul Mrs. Klin jinoij 'm unriiiir Main
anil llarwooil ttreelN ilei'7-lw
I OA 111) Try lliu ItawlliiKS IIoihii nncii
I) fni uiioil IiiihiiI. minil Inula mill snoil lie-
I -i hii iou 1 In u. Main sire. I oiiii lilni'k fnini
tlii I n Ion depot (M.KDIIIN A h'I KllA 11.
H(l A III) Klrsl-eliiNH liiiiud lor Ki'lltli'ineil
Willi or wllliiuil IoiIuIiik lit No J J ln-
nmr sireel iln l-Jw
llTANTKl' A linoil wniiiiin as eiiok In a
v lirivntu tiiinlly Apply to A. I''. Hiirdle
WANTKD.--A while woman f.ir dlnluK-
limik work. Alinlv ML lll:i Klin ull'mil. 1
nexi niMir 10 THiiitihiii'iti ni'i'M ii.
IiUlINI'.-lly Mr Hi urs In his nlil.on H1111-
iliiv I11si.11 no kid ini'iiiiiiHinliiiii liniili
contalnlUK a plrlurn soino iiiiiiich imd curds
bi'iirliiK the 1 1 it in u 1' H (lordon TIih owner
onn Imvu It by paylnit lor this iuIvi'HIhu-
111111 1 UI'I'II-I-
WAN I Kit. A U'Vi'li-r roil 111 im cliiiln-
nii'ii 11 11 it 1 1 1 1' 1 1 . nxi'iiii'ii nml a IIinI-
rlnss en nip nook. Apply lniini'iliutiU In
w. ii.uiimon.L' r HtupiiuiiNor j w.uaidiT'
r AM'KI) TO KKNT.-A
h 1 1 1 11 1 1 plni'O
IV live 10 Iwonty aurvs
Iwonty iioii'n within lime
mlli'S ol Hallaa llousti Willi lour or live
rooms and staliln anil tint liou-erf ttouvK-
n I' nt. Addi'oss Box ixl l'ostoitlue Dallns.
I'll II KKN'l'. All rllli'i on Ki'iimil Hour
s ll:inl foi liiwyors' ollloe. Apply to
l'lrst N 11 1 Km 11 1 Hunk
1Hlt UKNT-Nlwi Kloro
cu( ul ntiw puKlollluu
loom one block
Apply to niiiki)
llin p 1 liner sin Main si rent
lio.M A coiiilortaiili' room opposite The
em il ollu'ii niiIImIiIo I1111 nIiiiiiiIiik le-
piu'linniit lor r nl 11 1 $7.r(ipnr nionlli Kn-
quire ul iIiIh olllce. ilec7 lw
I.'Oll RsiNT New Iniek store.
Dr. lliulies 711 Kim street.
ROOMH.-Twn looms to let furnished or
unmrnlshud lietntcn Auslln und
Market slreniH. Apply at the WushlnKinu
llmise 4 A .Market siri rt. (let (I-If.
WAN'i'KD AkouIs for a new Diiylnti
InisineNS. Address Dace A Slur liox
DM KaiiHim City Mo. illl-lw.
f ANTKD To Kxcliange 1VJ5 neres of
aooil lund MM) In nilllvatlou MM liuad
of beeven horwuor luiiles ml onetiiousHnd
dollius in ciifh lor a stock of goo.is. I.iiiiiIm
In Knsi 'lexiiM priilrln mid ttmlier. Apply lo
WOUU iV KEAHHV. Ally's at l.nw
duelil O er Kxenaiij'ii liauk.
NOTICK. Advei'tiHeini'iils may lie limiiled
Inloour Inislness olllee un In h n. 111..
und Into 1 im fi 1111 iKihl 11 h loom till 1 11. m.
f IMI MUVK KUKNi riTllK 1'IANUS.LUOK-
A U1K masses I'.ie. Willi cine nml very
H. K. KKKUl Kit. 11'iivo orders at
J. H Murphy (Jo
Ijiimnr slivi'l. ocl J-lm
r ANTKD Everybody to huve theli
nuns eliiiined. lived ami remilred 11 1.
.lAlJOHWIOIIKli'rttMoanliiKund llyelnn K-
iiiiuiKiiiiioni tm aiaiu sireei uniias. muus-
fanllon warrnntud. Jnlyll-lyr
KA NSAH KLOfi It A N 0 M EAICholeeap.
pies and i.oilhern Imltei for sale nt
bullsbury t'o.'s 7!n Elm sliei t. dee Pi lw
I.iORMAIiK A Kod Hall's sme Willi com-
blniillon loek. Kor partleulars call at
ottlee of Houtli llcnd Iroa Works 214 t.'om-
meroe street where tho safe oau bo seen.
I.'CRSALK- l'hoJoir. Word house and lot
vomer nl Koss avenue mid Myeuniore St.
Alro the llolleniino Ihhimh and' lot 2iii.3 u
liet.ou Kwss aveniio. TtrniB oiwv. T. W.
KENT OK HALE A fine reshuirant
with h good run of business well sup-
plied wllli nil Ihe modern Improvements
and elCKnut iiirnllure. Will rent ohenp or
sell on reKKonable terms. For lnfiirniHtlou
apply to tho editor of the Herald decl-.'-lw
Cl ATTLE iV) ;hfnd. stook cattle cows
j oioHird to Durhi.m bulls. Stock on uood
ruiiKe Apply to T. W.'AHNEY
f Al'S.-County msps or Dallas Denton
il Collin Ellis uni Ursysou at fl. Neat
and correct plats of every description notlen
UP on short limleo at reasoiiHble llmnes by
Jones A Murphy Keal Estate Aneiits No.
Ul AustlustU'el. dec j ly r.
BY W. 0. HICKLEHSOKIO ACHES OK
LAND nu Ions; time. Bjal Estate
oince no.iii .nam street near poMolliee up-
talrs Dnllns.Tex sr. JuS-tf
If. M. GAJiO & 80.Ss
Real Estate Agfs
RE(MTLAR (X)MMlHION A(ENTH FOR
I'UKCHASINU MKLI.I NU KKNT1NU
Texax LmiilH aiul nalaH city
And Pealersln TKXArt LAND KCIUP.
Have linprovinl fnrma lor sale 1 11 Hailas
Ellis. Collin. Tarrant. Denton and ailinlnlnii
counties and "wo hundred tliousaud acres
of I nltn proved Laads principally lu North-
ern and Wiatern Teies.
Uallaa Cltv ProiH-riy. Improved aud un
improved lor sale rent or lease.
Vt ill pay taxes examine titles locate land
rlalmaautl altend to all busineaa In llielx
Hue at reasinable rates. epUdiim
The Travelers' Life and Accident
aHHCTTS ll0Mlo9 24
T. 0. GOITTON As'I.
nor.'ldim Windsor Hotel Pallas.
The Original and Only
JAMES S IM Ii COS
Blue India Soap
AtoIiI the eiDfosa of nine-
1 11 K lT l alnic lliia l olebraietl
11 nailing and ltleavuiiis; Moap.
A Pore and Vnailltratd Article. Hold
by the Wholesale Trade In all Hectloua
Union Stock Yards
imi: l Aitui sr am) itrsi ash i ivi: mock maihu:i
Mil'". KNTIIIK HYHTKM OV HAILWAVH
Tiii'ilx iniikiiiK tlie I'nlnii HtocK taniN
The Yards piiVit 'A'A aereH ol liind IH.'i acre of wliti'h aro planked.
There aru l'J"0 puna lor t'attln I:iii lor liiRS an J 'ioo for blieop so each nlilipcr can have
a pvn lor Ills own slock.
The iiii'llltum lor iinliiadliiK IwiUnK reloadliiK and reslilppliig or for sale of stock are
The iiniillty 01 Feed and accoinuioiiaiions
The ui'i'iit ( lly nf I'uuklni I Ihiihi-h and lUiililiiu fucillllfn t Urn Yards nml lurno number
nf ImyiTK lur l'jiHlern inurkelN iiiuIih this a iiiil-k aidlve and Indopciidtmt inarkut for
'i i'XHS t'Hllle Horses IIokh and Mliuii MakliiK the Union Htovk Yards Ilia most uvoesNllile
point In llui I'linnfy
'l iit. recent linproviiil facllllles for shipping ClilcnKn from Texas will unable all Texas
Htock-KNiwurs and slilppers lo laku advaiituice of tins market.
M. WALK Kit
UV.U. T. WILLI AMN
ht'c. anil 'I'reus.
Lake St. &
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OP
0007(3 aXsT3D 3sH01j39
FULL LINES OP SEASONABLE GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
Examine Our Stock Semi in Yonr Orders.
Quality antl 1'rloeH fj)iarmitec(l fXatlMructorj or (lie CJootbs
imi ICt'tuructl nt our jSyi.ciimc.
I'llclier'a l iislorlii is !l complete sulistl-
tule for t'aslor Oil and is as pleasant to take
as Honey. It Is particularly ml spied to
Tectlilniouid lrrltalile children it destroys
worms asNlmuliitcs tile food republics the
Hlomiioli and cures Wind Colic. Few rem-
edies lire us eltli'selous for hVverlshnuss
Croup Worms and WhoopliiK CiiukIi. Cas-
lorla is 11 scientific and purelv vcnetnlde
piepnnitlou more ell'ectlve than Castor oil
and neither khk or K' lpes.
l.'oi.UMHiAConn May 8 1878.
Messrs. J. It. Hose A Co. N. Y.:
Oenis: 1 have a lauilly ol eight children
and have used an iniieh Ca.stnrln im any fain
lly in Hie United States think. 1 liuye
never found anythlK eiiual to it. My olill-
ilreu have lieeu saved fro 11 11 fever several
times by Hie use of llastorla. I recommend
lis use lor children for tunny diHcxe they
lire subject to in preference toanyniedlclno
I know of. 1 feel II my duty to ive this cor-
tirlciitcon account ol Ihe .hem tils 1 have de-
rived by the use 01 ( 'astorhi.
Very d uly yours.
NOIt.M.VN 1. LITTLE
Ona Kind foi the Human Family
Ths Other for Horsos and Animals.
These Liniments are simply the wonuor of
the world. Their ellects are llttloless than
The While Miihiiem Is for the human
family. It will drive Kheuuiatisiu Sciatica
and neuralgia from tho system; cure Lum-
biigo Chilblains Lnck-iw Palsy Itch and
most Cntuneous Eruptions; It exiracls frost
from Iroieeu bauds and feet and Ihe poison
of bites aud stings of venomous repines; It
subdues swelling and alleviates pain of
every kind. When sprains or bruises occur
It is the most potent remedy ever discovered
to heal the Injured parts. The Centaur Lin-
iment Is used with great enicacy lor Kore
Throat Tunthache. Caked ltrnul. Enraohe
and Weak Back. The following Is but. u sums
pie of the numerous testimonials.
Indiana Home Jeft. Co. Ind. May 2K 1x73
"I think it my duly to In lor 111 you that 1
have aiu'cied much with tmtllm fret ami
vnuruu a lew Domes 01 ccniaur l.inimeul
has dime the wink for me. 1 have not beeu
fi'- from theseawellingsiii riylu jtrnri. Novi
7nm iwrretly will. The Llulmeut ought to
be applied warm.
The prmif Is In the trial. It la reliable It
Is handy It Is cheap and evuy Imiilly
chnold have the W blteen Ctaur Llulm eu
Ihe Yellow Oiilnnr l.iiiliiieiil la
iiniipieu 10 ine lougu muscles cerds and
llesh ol horneH and anlmala. It has nvrrnrm.
ed more wonderful cures In three years ol
Hpavle Htraln Wlnd-galla Hcrntcbes
Hweeuy and general Lameness than all
oilier remedies in existence. Head what the
greui r.xpressiueu say 01 11:
"N w Yohk January 1S74.JI
"Every owner of homea should give Hie
w.iiiiur i.iiiiifvii. a iiiai v. e consiuer It
vne uesi article ever . sea in our stable.
"8upt. Adama Ex. Hubiei N Y.
"Hupt. d.o ET.Msbles N. Y
"Supt. Nat. Ex. Btables N. Y."
Tlie best patrons of this Llnliiientarn 'nr.
niers ami V eterlnary Burgeons who are con-
annually using some Liniment. It heals
ana nuuiiiiKami roll-evil removes H well
lugs and is worth millions of dollars an-
nuslly to Farmera l.lvery-men rttock -growers
Nheepralsers und those having horses
What a Karrler cannot do for ti the Pan.
taur Llulmeut will do at a trilling cost.
turot liiinnieuis lire aom oy all dealers
throughout Ihe country. They are warranted
by the proprietor and a hot lie will
to any Karrler or fhyslolau who ueslrea to
Laboratory of J. B. Rose t Co.
lly Nt. NEW YORK
pens Ita ftratseMloa ADOUHTMls77
ha inaaineinoolol eoiupetent and
eund ii k 'n jr.. f if p ril ca lars add
OKl-wam MRU. K. LKEa Prlno
nd BKCOND KKCEIPT
'tOK la the only New
Bw.li by It. A. W.Cbsa
author of Dr. Chaae's fa-
mona Reel pea l. Beware
of a reprint of the old book
lu Imitation of the genuine
Hew book here annonnod
eella at aiahi. A n
d. Hample Cnpimts.
Address CHAHR PUB-
LISMINO OO..Tole.ln lhl
Bole fubllhern. JanSteow
OK THK WKST CKNTRKH AT TIIKHE
tnu inimi uikuishiiiId sioeu point lu the ooiiutry
urn not surpiissed 111 the world.
J NO. II. NIIEH.UAN
Wabash Av. S
THE LEADING AMERICAN AGRICULTUR
AL & HOUSEHOLD WEEKLY
For Town and Countrv.
For Old and"Xoung
KocoRnized authority tlirouyhont the United
i a animus uiion mailers or
Illlrv-Hana J .
Mmrfn iJv KLR" "' ''IB sasok Youth'!
MIMI KLLANY. ilorsKll. In LlTKHATUKK
.v.. xuuusilCIl oy
TEE PRAIRIE FARMER COMPANY.
tV.Vc."L1IL in ''""''some qnarlo form of
Tr ma vi ZTI V "! c""""'s each.
iennsj.uo per year In mlvu... m..i
?.;..fr"" !!' "!Ly ft.Ua.ru""- ''"'rl t-'asli Com-
. c" u Keni-s. w no are wnied
appilcatlou to urn8 P"
PRAIRIE FARMER CO.
nmildee.U ChiCajfO III.
1 Sore Throat
A rontlnunnce for any length nf
MrowiTs Bnii T'Tr'..LHD Olwaae.
elHcacy by a twi of n ani V-iTe rrovd
Hons that may b ofTered.
ll.ir nlL!I i2!?if J.!?' 87 i f' rn.uii m
To. 003 1 907 Main Street DallaMeiai
Thta hnnaa la tw nrf m-.h a 1 1 . .
avlnaaontbern eipoanre and Is central It
lMiel. It U In charge of ita old proprietor.
lawyer who never failed to niu. hi.
guesta. Partlea asking a bon wlih all tli
comfort ol a home cannot do better than
YJiL ; . Jr. J'"' Travelers ar-
rlvlna; In Vallaa via the Central railroad
can reaon thla house by taking the Mai.
street bot ears one block son in from dn
Be snra toaetofl tbaairaot rr .t 11.
II. o g
r S m
- D h & m
E. II. CUSII.INQ
I'HIU.lmil.ll A Nl HMUIis l.v
HOUSTON T;x AS )
Sayles' Treallse-Now Edition In Preaa
I'ltiflMI'l! Ii'rl'v-T t nta .1 t .
........ S n
TIMlsKiRllTH Cim?l(t( Ut
TLVtS CKI'O. TS V!i. 20.
TKX46 KtrJUTN all slim each
llAH l'llll HAI.K
A LarKe and Complete stock
Which he onus at prices as lnwiw iho..
uny law Iiim.Ic ui.use In the llnitcd
Correspondence Is Invlied. lKrlleHu"S
lai'ipi lots will lluaitto their viihi.11
semi lo Him for CMlmule.. Zmu if S
ias vaiiieii nna 1.0I I
taken In oxclmmtn. I'i
1 oil (niiiti idUi.. .
rles lor nalo will do well toconsl. thZto
11 Im 011 com in hs un. "a'Mki
E. II. CUSIIING
ri'HI.ISHKIt AND 1IKAI.KII IX
MOLLIK K..MOl)KK'S Poeius.S'JIK) ..5;
THOS. K.HOO(jS"'Kuteof .Miirvlu".... 2M
W. T. WKAVKU'H "Hours of Amim
. J 00
H. B. THALL! "History of Metliodlsm
THOU. AFFLECK'S "Hedges ami llodg.
Kev. J. HUTCHISONS "Kenilnlscence"lio
Kov. J. K CONOLY '.S "llevelation" im
"Tho Llleof Navarro' a
Has for sale the largest stoca of school anil
rnlscellano' ug books In Tcaiih. He tn-
vltes order from all who want booki.
wiiethoi nt wholesale or retail and mskni
specialty of flndlngnny book warned tilth
to he Iniind In Anierlcaor Ktirope. Alluooki
mailed direct at retail prices.
E. II. CUSHIXG
COMMISSION MKItCIIANT IX
Printers' Stock !
HTATioxKiir nr.AXK hooks
AX I) RULED VAl'EUS.
Telegraphic orders filled and forwarded by
nil the night trains. octiJSdara
Keal entitle mU and boriKlit
1 I lie Nlalo for lliiuueut
tsixc for 1 lie year 1H7 run (by
lasirurtioiis of te t'omp
(roller) bo redeemed at this
W. II. PR 4TIIEK.
Tax Collector Pallas County
November 22 1.-77. uov23iUwlra
Richardson .Dallas Co.. Tex
Breeder of Pore Bred Wis
AS3 P81ASD C11LA SfflXL
Pigs for stle at reasonalile prices n
slilpned to order. Lcleis ol lniiilry soiioll
ed Will have Pies on exhlbitionand lo
ale at the Dallas Fair In October. w'
T a.Tloa weirant
tiillun Bom Com
fkt Brwuieln u4
ii.iUi to anjr ren'f
fpf llilapni'or fur 90
uintch a5 emu r
SO renw. afT":
BRIDE A CO.
SAVED EY U8ISOTnK
The MOST DURABLE DEAUIlFCt i EC00 llf .11 ln
Awarded thn hlnhnl Snl.l nnl Till 1 ma at Ul
TheOai.r HniiiiiiVrin P.ivrln llicmtrk'.
Sample Card containing SO beautiful colors f'S-
lulled free. Corre. poudtme Kolirlli'il.
Tub avkrill ciiemical paixtco.
1" uu.l..l.l. at . CillrASO.
Par Sale h ...-.--.r--.---
1325 Elm-sl Near Union Depot
HIKK R0K rrop'r.
OLD PAPEH-At thlstofnee ID Q
tie to salt at II a bnndrcd. 1
The WEEKLY HERALD
nnlTdsra WM. TOMA8.
ONLY TWO DOLLARS
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