The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 170, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 15, 1877 Page: 4 of 4
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OrriCIU J0BRN1L OF DALLAS C1T
liuury K. (lllllug Co proprietors of Uie
Auiurtuim i:icliue aud Koudlnu Itooiiin
in Mrs ml London Kugliiiiil am our duly
autlwrlsmj Hg nu In solicit ul.!rlil!oi
aud advertisement. Tub Daily lluio
will ba fouud oil Me kinl 'iVlMU iu Lohdou
will Dud It Hi llittir orvli'o.
No on It authorised Mi purchase any aril
els whatever oil I lie accuunt of TmlUu-
ali) without au order signed liy
J. I.. HAKTOW.
B.tTl KIUY MOItXlNti : UKCKUDKK 1.1
That U a hRiiilMoinu Ije at Ann-
tln'n. .Take k chance.
KuhIdchs In all lines I very active.
Cotton In mining In rapidly.
The number of wagon k1J In
Dallas dully In almost U-yond MiL
Mr. Haulsbtiry on Klru street drJ
largely In apples and IrUh rotate.
Hherifl Mooc Is one of the mt
attentive olllcem in the service of the
-Kant Dalian in improving faster In
jroportlou iw regard limine-! and
new buildings than any other portion
of the city.
Let the lovera of the pipe eecure
a chance in the rullle ut Austin's
which I to dispone of tlte handsomest
meerschaum in the xtate.
YeHterday and last nijfht were re-
luarkaoly quiet lu police eJrclen. Not
a. single hirt ht waa made during the
duy aud u to twelve o'clock at night
The Dillon company passed
through the city yesterday on their
way to Fort Worth where they were
to open laHt night. They did a epleu-
did business In Sherman.
stale of 111 I.fl.rand.
We learn that yesterday afteruoon
Mr. T. J. Mil more sold the furniture
and fixtures of theLtGmnd hotel to A.
P. llardie eeij. who will take charge
to day and hereafter the hotel will be
conducted under his management.
At the solicitation of the former
visitors to the entertainment the
Sunday school children of the Taber-
nacle Methodist Eplacopal church
have consented to another concert
Thursday evening next December
The Hog Lnw.
To-day the hog law will go lutoetlect
and the city irarMial will hereaftfr
impound nil loose porkera found run-
iiingou the street. We understand
that the (services of Mexicau Levi aud
hia lasso will bu brought Into requisi-
tion to catch the hogs.
Avolil Dnngeroua ('usiiiellra
concealed In opaque glass bottles. Gour-
aud's Olympian Cream In clear glusc
(toes uot hide itself from examination
Its exceeding delicacy and heauly ot
appearance gives assurance of excel
Ieuce lu the performance. Hold by
liuilnefw was light In this court
yesterday morning. W. O'llrien for
Interfering with private property was
fined one dollar and coats; William
O'Connor drunkenness three dollars
and costs; Tat Wilkerson fighting
one dollar and costs. The case against
Charley Purcell was continued.
I'll i r . j i ...
uuaries iuersiernauH at ins new
brewery pavilion at Long's lake tn
the Dallas and Wichita railroBd will
give concerts every Sunday till forth-
er Dotlce. Mr. Meisterhaua is a clever
gentleman and has a nice place at the
lake and we feel certain that those
who pay him a visit will have a pleas.
The Oil Need Factory BulMlug.
The buildings of the oil seed factory
are assuming large proportions
Though the work of erection has been
going ou but a short time already the
workmen hare up the first story nd
two hundred men are now busy carry
lug the building forward to comple
tion. It Is au imuicnes affair aud
when completed aud lu operation will
be a great addition to the commercial
Interests of our city.
Th AurvoTlnc Parly.
Dr. J. W. Calder expects to complete
tne formation of his surveying curly
to-day an J they will at once start for
Dentou to commence work. We learn
that the survey will be made to Deca
tur direct thence along Bandy creek
in me direction of Uuflalo Hprirgs
iuo worn oi une party will show to
the people of Decatur and Wise coun
ty that the Dallas aud Witchita rail
road company nieau business aud iu
tend to carry out la good faith their
Ah r.atrrprialag Bad Haeeeaafol rirm
sedeemltno more than right to
make nieutlon of a firm when IU
career has been more than ordinarily
prosperous. Aud we also think it
right to luform the public where they
can save money aad therefore do not
hesitate to compliment when It is de
serving wuetner we benefit by the
operation or not. We direct all those
who desire to purchase clothing to
the house of . Af. Kahn 4 lira. cor
ner of Elm and Lamar streets who
have the largest tock of clothing and
furnishing goods in the state. These
good will be sold at prices that defy
competition and the character and
experience of the gentlemen compos.
log the firm is a sufllcleut guarantee
that the goods are as represented.
Yesterday morning wo with sUml-
ilitf lu the door of 'I'llK JItltAI.li billot
wlmn u group of throa ouuiitryumu
looking n tliuugli they wnutei to r
turu lu Ihe Utto Kjiroitfliuil biiiJ une
of them rntld ; "Mlater cu you lull
UH Vt hurt) Mr. Hialjiur'a bfllue in" We
could not until he reiuitrked that Mr
H "koIiI railrou.i tleketM." A lluht
hruke lu ujion us uuJ we m-nt hi in to
Mr. Mangel' ollke und hail his c!
Ukuu In it few lillliuU-a
heal tact and genuine buslne ah!
ty will wlu success lu whatever under
taking applied. Thla la Illustrated by
the extraordinary micccm which the
National hotel haa attained under the
management of Dr. O. W Dole who
under advere clrcuiiistaucw aud with
little caplfal took the control of thin
house a few nioutha ago when it was
.dllllcultto build up a builneM. Ill
Hucct.n necessitated the enlargement to
accommodate the giu-at of the hotel
The house- haa bet-u extended from
l'acirlc avciiue to Kim street aud I
tilled every day aud U not capacious
enough to supply the demand of the
Charles (i WeyrU-rg represent-
ing 1einp's wt-rn brewery of HI
Lou in U in the. city stopping at the
Frank Van Horn of the Corslcana
OUerver left last night for home
Frank Is a clever lad and we rejoice
lu his succeas.
Colonel Tom Dowers he of the
Iwnoja Watchman shoved his hand-
some phiz iuto Tm: Hkkali aanctum
yesterday. He returned to the "pluey
woods" lust night both virtuous and
(j. W. Floyd Esq. the gentlemanly
southwestern passenger ageut of the
Memphis and Little Itock railroad
lias taken up lils residence in this city
and hereafter It will be his permanent
headquarters. Mr. Floyd reprtsents a
good route to the northern middle
and eastern states. The Memphis aud
Little lt'ick road has lu'eii much 1m
proved of lule und a great deal of
substantial work has been done ou the
line in tno matter or road-bed new
Iron depot buildings etu.
the brick work on the F:uat Dallas
tiro company's new . truck-house is
tlnlshed and the tinner's will to-day
commeuce to put ou the roof. Mon
day the carpenters w ill commence to
lay the lloor and hang the doora aud
by the latter part of the week thocou
tractors will be able to deliver the keys
of the completed building to the com
puny. The building is a handsome aud
convenient one aud an ornament to
that portion of the city. The members
f the company deserve great prulse for
their uutiring exertions in the erei;
tion of their building not only for the
sums they have personally given the
undertaking but for their ceaseless
work in the cause. They have never
faltered or changed their determina
tion to finish the house since the
foundation was laid; When finished
they will have the satisfaction of
kuowing that they have the neatest
and most substantial building for fire
purposes In the city and also a com
fortable and suitable place lu which
to house their machine and hold meet
lugs. Thu common council have treat
ed the boys very fairly iu the matter
und it was their loau of four huudred
dollars a night or two ago that will
enable the company to be lu their new
quarters by this day week.
A KiMiinrknlile lo Mory.
Jetlerson City (Mhsouri) Tribune
A gentleman of the name of E wing
mi uvea iu ernon county tells
remarkable story of the sagacity of
dog which accompanied him on his
travels. While in the tShort Creek
timber on his way to Joplin the dog
jumped and caught the horse by the
uriuie-rein. air. r-.wing drove the an
Imal oil tint it persisted iu catching
uie reins uniii me gentleman con
eluded it must be mad. Under the lm
pulse of the moment he pulled his
revolver and atiol the auiuiul which
men run oai-K along uie road over
which he had come. In a few minuUa
Mr. Kwlug missed his overcoat which
hail heen tied to the saddle. He turned
back to find it and after riding about
a mile not only found his coat but his
faithful dog which was lying on the
An liiwm Hung bjr a Mob Nald to be
An Improbable but well authentica
ted report is current lu Dee Moines.
Iowa that Ruben Procter reeeutly
hanged for the murdi r of Miss Kadiuir.
iu arren couuiy is yel alive so
buugllngly aud hurriedly did the mob
uo us wura n.owed immedluttly by
a nasiy mquesi and removal of the
body to his father s house that life
was not extinct and several hours
after while a relative was watehlnir bv
(he body he dhcovered pulsations of
the heart and with a mirror held to
(he mouth saw evidence of rtsnlra-
Hon. the family were aroused and
etlorts were made at resuscitation and
in a tew iiours i rocter opened his eyes
ana grauuauy oecame conscious with
no ku'iwlodge of what had trans
pired. Fearing the raob would agalu
leunu iu utira a narny luneral was
had and a cofiiu tilled with sand was
buried while l'roctor thoroughly dis
glided soon after left the oouuiry the
allair being known ouly to his family.
Tbs llallaa Cvatalllrc Again.
Dia.a Poeeiobcr U. JS77.
To (be Editor of Its Herald:
i ue coinmuniiy. generally no
douw sympathize with M. Oreen In
the cause of Ms complaint asainat the
careless nauiiiitigoi letters In the post-
oliice. It retuiuds me of a coincident
by which I was greatly Perplexed and
mconveuienceii ami ny your Dermis
slon 1 propose to add it to tbe thous-
ands of well founded "specifications"
gainst mat institution. A stranger
(to me) accidentally witnessed my si
nature upon eei-log which he said
"If that Is your name I have a latter
oi yours which was found In my box
and I have carried It In my pocket
neglecting to return it to the
office. This letter was very
plainly directed and the on-
similarity in the names of
the gentleman who had "worn Icout"
In his pocket and my own Is the ten.
mloatitif letter an X. I bare anoth
er case or a more serious character.
friend with whom I rent a lock box
called for our mail and found a ticket
iu the box giving until e of three ceuti
helutf due at the ii time a letter
addressed In mn with the Dallas final-
nfllce stamp ou it of "three cents due"
wiiiuli had heeu opened and reealt-d
with mucilage On reading it 1 was
informed that my correspondent had
fhfhmed i photograph aud a riuall
amount of money neither f which
were In the letter when taken from
the postoltlcs. Now that teller evi-
dently arrived lutuet or the claim for
extra pottage would not have beeu
made and the shrinkage must have
occurred lu traiiMfenltig from the mall
bags to the Inix 1 here certainly Is no
institution lu the country more in
need of the si plication of the south
ern policy civ. i service rerorm or
some otlur corrective measure. X.
J. IturHIr A hna.
Kueptly's front wludows area per
feet how being full to overflowing
with all the latent styles of
elegant silverware of the newest und
most chaste designs. The stock of
diamonds Is very extensive and we
are glad to ee him building up quite
au important trade lu them Kings
ear rings pins Human necklaces aud
lockets watches chains gold-headed
canes aud indeed there Is a perfect
and almost bew ildering profuslou of
glittering geuis of the Jeweler's art dis-
played It will repay any one the
time spent iu visiting this Vereless
stock even If they do not buy. The
prices ate reasonable and the goods
sold under strict guarantee lu every
Joel Tlirmiy ('liK-atio J A Walker IioiiIhoii
u W Kluytl. Miniilili
A I. Idle Kuril 11 H
II f Month wli-S N V
J J Klnlay Ml. I.ouls
11 T Miller N V
1. KlmliiHtr.ini Oli In
A i Hoot Ml l.nuU
CJ Wryeiihi-r Mo
Uou J hood lt-iua.
K 11 Knlulit Texan
Will llui (on Texas
It Cllixoii uml family
0 I' hnilth lliillliu'rv
K K llarlier DkiiIwiII
II A llimiiitt T (4 If
H K Itiiiiillu N O
W HMIiiytor N V
The progress of a valuable Invention
is like the progress of truth suspected
at first though very beneficial to those
who have the courage to try it ; abused
as its popularity seems to spread und
establishing Its triumph at last by
currying happiness into palace and
cottage by the resistless ellorts of time
and its own virtues. Ir'ucli is the his-
tory of Dr. l'lerce's family inediulnea.
Their signal triumph la proof positive
that they have virtues which neither
suspicion abuse nor time can invali-
date. Dr. Tierce's memoraudum
books given atvay at drug stores.
Churles Melsterhuns will give musi-
cal entertainments every Sunday dur-
ing the winter seaaou at the brewery
It nlln 'A NpleiKlKl I'lpe.
A magnificently carved meerschaum
pipe will he rallied at Charlie Austin's
as soon as the chances are all taken.
Nothing finer can be found iu Texas.
Fifty chancea at one dollar per chance
Call aud take a look at it. dccla tf.
1 he best assortment iu the city at
the Dollar store 714 aud 710 Elm street.
Haggart has just received 5iH)
pounds of choice northern butter tf
The largest and cheapest stock of
humau-hair goods iu the state ut 8.
Iralson's 512 Main street. dec!2-tl-jnl
Texas yeast cakes are made every
day in the week at the Dullas Collee
and Spice Mills factory. Ouly twenty
cents per pound and the only fresh
yeast cakes lu the city. tiljan5
I have a large lot of fine Jamaica
leu in on hand. 'I he trade will muke a
note of this. j. y camwklu lw.
Toy at Toys!!
The handsomest assortment ever ex
hibited iu Dallas now ou exhibition
at the Dollar store 714 and 718 Elm
street. decl4 dim.
t'leicnut llollihiy I'maeiila.
F'or durability elegance and ease
nothing could surpass the rattan chairs
for sale ut China Hall. Until now
however they have been too high in
price to suit moat people but the last
Invoice received is so much lower than
heretofore us to bring them within
reach of everybody. nlW tf
Pictures framed iu the latest style
and at prices to suit the times at Heed
& Lathrop's 605 Main street. til juui
He fore starting on a Journey don't
forget to provide yourself with au ac-
cident policy. Everyone take them.
Wall paper new stock and latest
styles at K. Shields' opposite Lamar
hotel. olil-l m
If you want to trade au old buggy
for a new one. Orr's is the place. tf.
Ladles t loakat I.atllra t luaki It
Just received the latest styles at sur
prisingly low prices at the Dollar store
1 14 aud 710 Elm street. dec!4-dlm.
Dallas CI I J Lumber Yard.
rive huudred bushels seed rye at
Adams txCo. tr.
8. Iralson 612 Main street has all
the latest styles of milliuery for the
holidays. Cheap and elegant tl Jul
Persons wishing to rent city prop
erty or farms iu the country should
cousult Cummius & Davis 109 Lamar
Adams & Co. fill orders for grain
and produce. tf.
Haggart has new Millet seed. 19
MIIMarrr tlaod. .
Closing out at any price at the Dol-
lar store 714 and 719 Elm street.
M PI HO ariBaUf KtN lH
Christmas Reunion The soldiers or
Uano's brigade regiment aud squad-
ron will meet in Dallas on the -'Ml
of December for the sake of a happv
reunion. Dinner will le t.rovlded.
The military companies will turn
out to receive them and addresses
will be delivered. All the soldiers of
(he brigade regiment ami sou ad ron
that served under Uano we hope may
attend that all may have a voice as
to when acd where the next reunion
may be held.
Done by order of the old comrade
tlldecld B. M. OA0.
Texas and Kentucky papers please
An accident lusuruuoe policy Is a
very convenient thing to have iu the
houae uuvUI -1 in
Two car load of buggies aud plat
orni wagons at (irr's. if.
Cummins A Davis have several
Hue faruulu the neighborhood of Dal-
las fur stain ou favorabld terms Apply
at lu'j Laiuar street. ai.Nl-lm
Choice northern onions and pota-
toes at Haggart's.-lf.
liars la Voar Omulbua.
All ordurs for passengers aud bag
gage left at the olllce opposite the 1-e
Urando Hotel will receive prompt at
tentloii Alao have floats for moving
freight furniture household goods
etc. on short imtlee.
iio-js lm w. V Ml I.Kit Proprietor.
If you want to save a' hundred
dollars in the purchaae of a buggy go
Oo to HagartV for sourkraut tf
Oo to Orr's for a flrst-clu two-horse
omnibus or hugguge we on for rent
or sale. tf
'' a I Toy a I
Toys lu greatest abundance are now
0en for liicctloii ut China Hall.
Special luduci'im-iita offered to dealers.
Remember next door to Sanger' tf
HullaaMly I. umber Yard
Italia lily l.iuiitx-r Vnrd.
Fresh celery and tub Saddle Rock
oysters received dully at Delmollico. tf
Haggart otle'fs two car loads of
choice apples ut $ 50 per barrel. tf
llHllnallly l.ui'iilirr Turd.
Novelties iu china especially in
vases toilet sets diiiuer ware tea sets
etc. ut China Hall. It will pay you to
look at the stock. liovi lm
Lamson lloodiiought & Co. Meri-
dun Cutlery Company Rodger and
other celebrated makes of cutlery at
Chlua Hall. nov-ilui
No such elegant selection no such
large aud varied stock of silver-plated
goods has ever beeu kept in Dallas as
you now find at China Hall next door
to Sanger Hros. for Christmas press
ents. Vou could find nothing more
suitable ami prices have been tempo-
rarily reduced so as to sell oil the sur-
plus before the holidays. u'Ji tf
HhIIhd (iiy Liniilter Yard.
Window shinies opaque rustic and
paper ut K. Shields' opposite Lamar
hotel. o21 lm
DmIIiin lily Lumber Yard.
Choice Clarified sorghum at
Messrs. Cummius & Davis have de-
sirable residences to rent lu all parts
of the city. Apply at lU'J Lamar
Orr is selling his buggies and
wagons at tweuty-tive per cent less
than St. Louis prices. tf.
If you want to buy a family car-
riage Orr has the latest styles and
llnlliiH lily Lumber Yard
Happy tidings for nervous suffer-
ers ttijil those who have been dosed
drugged and quacked. Pulverinacher's
Electric Delta ellectuully cure prema
ture debility weakness and decay.
Rook and Journal with information
worth thousands mulled free. Ad-
dress Pulverumcher Oalvanic Com-
pany Cincinnati Ohio.
Ilcnedikl A Vo.'h Sew York (iolh
I here canuot be any doubt about
the above establishment being the
heattquarters for the outfitting of those
who seek good material hue work
manship In men's boy's and child
ren's clothing. Ihe prices are ex
tremely low the style aud quality of
their goods Is such as to merit the large
ami growing trade mey add to their
already largu reputation and those
who seek a suit of clothing a shirt au
overcoat lor any size niau or bov
would really be pleased to be guided to
tnts establishment hence we say glv
them a call aud see for yourselves. tf
The highest price paid for sound cot
ton seed at Nichols & Co.'s Elm aud
Austin streets Dallas Texas d&wt
Passeng;rs lorRrooklyn New York
via the Pan-Handle and Pennsylvania
line are now transferred by steam boat
uireci 10 j-uitou street wharf. Brook
lyn immediately ou arrival ut Jersey
City thus avoiding the two ferries and
the disagreeable transfer across New
lorkcity. I'his will lie fouud a verv
great convenience oy ijrooKiyn travel
W ludow glass of all sies at K
bhields opposite Lamar hotel. o21 lm
Take your wives aud sweetheart's
to see the uice phujtons at Orr's. tf.
raints lor house pamting and
architect's use at K. Shields' opposite
Lamar hotel. o21-lm
Tickets for New York St. Louis
New Orleans Ciuciunati Baltimore
thattauooga Nashville and Atlanta
and also tickets to a.l points in Eu
rope for sale by Ired Msnget ticket
Ha llle I Kalllstl
I will rsfle my splendid black horse
as soou as me chances are ail taken.
There wlllle seventy-five chance at
J oo per chance. Call at Charlie
Austin's and see the lists. Due notice
oi uny or ranie win ue given.
U-lW. KOHKRT t'OC'KKEIX.
!..-. 1... 1.
i niuea uavuig nouses stores or
farms to rent cannot do better than to
put them iu the bauds of Cummins 4
Davis 109 Lamar street s29-l m
Burlaps sacks at Haggart's. tf.
Painting glazing and paper bang--
ua. at iv. c-uieiuB opposite Lamar
uoiei. o.i-i m
nallaitliy Lainar Yard.
Ta Collfgra aud Hrbaela.
Wanted by a Virginia lady who ban
nau some years- eip rieoce t oaltiun
m teacher. Teaches Eneligb and
rusiiipiuaura; biho rudimenU of
rreucn Latin and music. 8pecln
auccewfiil with young children. For
further Information ndilreaa
k. . - MISS ESTHER K. riAIBD
rrlnclpal Fair Lawn IntUtuU Jarkaon.
For tbe beet ovatera In tha in n
toBotto'iparlnriniie LeUranii b--
tel building. I have a room exclusive
7 lot inuiea uwiues one ror gentle
jnen. Oysters served upln every style.
lUltlmore oysters by the can. i
cream kept constantly on band and
made to order.- nll-dlm.
A most ravUUiug Hue of wall
pockets stands and brackets are Ju.t
In at Reed it lathrop's In good time
for choice Christmas preseuts Also a
hew aud select line of fresh literature
Ju't from the publishers tlljanl
Texas baking jmwiler manufac
tured by the Dalian Collee and Se
Mills compauy Is fresh pure aud first-
chiMn At wholesale and retail at fac.
lory corner Elm and Live Oak streets'
aud at Jos Meusaer 010 Elm street
Kullre Morllutf ol
i)Kf ics or
llll.l.Al A Ml. U'llll IT A II . U..1T.IV '
iiallua Tt-xaa December 7
This Is to give notice that the gen-
eral annual meeting of the stockhold-
ers of the Dallas ami Wichita Railroad
Company will be held at the com-
pany's olllce lu the city of Dallas ou
Tuesday January H bH at 12 o'clock
noon for the purpose of electing a
board of directors for the ensuing year.
(JKllHliK KllII- I.IiS
HcorsUry Dallsi and WllcUlla H It Co
des til JaS
llallaal'lly I umber Yard.
The highest price paid for sound cot-
ton seed ut Nichols & Co 'a Elm aud
Austin streets Dallas Texas. il&wtf
Cummius 4 Davis are thoroughly
reliable business men and having a
laigu experieuce iu business are pre-
pared to give satisfaction. s2!l lm.
Adams & Co. fill ordurs for
Unllta I lly l.niubrr Yard.
Ilnlln lily Lumber Yard.
Adams & Co. solicit consignments
aud tills orders. tf
For the next three weeks Reed &
Lathrop will be receiving daily choice
Christinas goods comprising the
choicest gift books aud art books of the
( looks! t looks t !
We give a special invitation to all
who are iu need of a cloak to examine
our elegant line just opened. We
have marked them very low and are
confident that tbey are the moat
stylish and cheapest lot ever offered in
Dallas. SANUKB hhos.
-Insure against accident iu the
Travelers' Insurance company of
Hartford. nov21 lm
Five hundred ladies' trimmed hats
ranging in price from $1.25 to $20.00 at
S. Iralsou's 512 Main street. tl-Jnl.
Mr. Lathrop of the firm of Reed
& Lathrop is now absent purchasing
a very choice Hue of faucy goods for
their Christmas trade. Many novel-
ties will be Introduced those in and
want of Christmas presents for vouinr
or old will do well to await the arrival
of their stock. tiljanl
Haggart haa choice cured BufJulo
The highest price paid for sound cot-
ton seed at Nichols & Co.'s lilm aud
Austin streets Dallas Texas. d&wtf
Baltimore oysters 50 cents a can
at Delmonicn. tf
A great bargain iu apples at Ad
ams & Co's. tf
moice onions jyj per barrel at
Adams & Co'a. tf
- ousneia oi seed rye low at
Adams A Co. tf
. Sl. 1'OWKLL.
K. L. OAGK.
POWELL & GAGE
OKKICE: 507 MAIN STKEET up stairs.
Postofflce Box 11 Si.
rife p"1 n"d bly.ers for Lands Farms and
r."' . . rfi" 1 "u reniers lor
....... n iyciiiMK huu mores i-uruisli b
stracls perfect titles pay tax- etc. Neiiotl
ateloiiusou real esUHesecurliv. MubAi..
veysana partittniisonaiul In city orcouuty
Buy srll aud locale Ian I eertiUcatca.
r arms and city property lu the 'orth to
vi "R -ita properly.
Havitiu an exien.slve acquaintance with
capitalism of the older statrs whose atten-
iinntf to sell
...... .o mcu iii nun uirectiou parties ue
i u nur
prupeny will uo Well lo p tee
The well known Clifton mills located on
Ti.?!m?v.er' 81 V""u' """I" ntv
Texas tl. rty-two nillts w. -t of Waco iu one
of the richest nd most deeirable sections ol
nucrs wneai la produced in
laraeiiuant II n. f u u
Tliete mills are lnrainl ...
of Iho ft ... "I "ue
i-i ' F"ein me state.
The bulldlnn and dam aie built of the best
llim-stone rock ou a solid rock mnnri.tiA..
on bih boltom and sides.
. T.rm."10."M' feet square two and
a l air stories liKh Hna contain tu-o set ol
wheat and una u-i i ..-n -..l ....
order an in one
Jhe location is high uand healthy. ltu
Koo.1 sch.Kilsan.iHxi oV-ity. 0''U
I hi (Isalalriltllaa t krn i.. .. 111 l. .a -
division) ou Ihe .Ut fasvanVagww toriSI
bjth aatuprlca ami time. wruia
M aco Texas.
Kor the only Complste;and BatUfaciory
UfE of db.
rS!.. I l .
early l.fe .nd of his TraveliT Adveutureal
mo wiiom Biorr nr th a-i..
- w. . ua uu girvuian aurcM
t et. Hf Lools Mo
73 STRAND GALVESTON.
:.5B. CAMPBELL" Inulll Ait!.!.
ir. Woao ja.
VOBD t KKARnr
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
oat iter tuissf
Ti M 1 1 n am
TIM ly a.
J. KNEPFLY & SON
OUR Diai'LAY OF
Is not to' lm i'fcllil-W have the Latcht Novelties ami u i
Hint will Defy Competition.
OI II STOCK or
Diamond Goods Fine Watches
CIIAINM .TnWKLUY HILVKUWAHE K(
Is Complete and wilt bei)ll.-red at met Low i'rleesa will surprise you Weim'
Ail Elegant Assort incut of (JOLIMIEADKD CAXF$
And tunny IMmlNome Artlrtet suitable UlfU for Geuilouieu Luillen aud Cliiiren
Remember We Are Prepared to Mee all Demands
Headquarters for Holiday Goods in Dallas
OPERA HOUSE 1
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday December isth.
Positively luNt nppearnnce nnil HrstdrRina
of Uie si-H-on.
AND THE ENTIKf:
Stoddrt CometlF Company.
r.l.l... .1.-...-. .
"The Lancashire' Lass."
! name of
John Dillon In the dual characters
Jolmsou & Sergeant O'Douovau.
LOUSIE DILLON AS
The Lancashire Lass
M penoi-nieu nt Wollack's New York
The ouly Hollilay attraction and lust ap
Dear.iui; or him o..it.ar r
. i-'.-.j .
SIOO rrnnril lor any liirnrinnllon of
.. j .j Ilr iiniiiH ir JoIiumoii Alt
No advance in prices
at Connor Walker's.
Sents now ou sale
r . New Scem ry ! Nt-w Costums
bn Appearauce ! Lait Appearance.
JOHX W. THOMPSON Proprietor
OLTOltEU 1st 1S77.
VAKifcr i HKATUK in the State.
t.m ployed and none but
In active rehearsal and to be produced
ON THE 3D OFDECEMBER
The celebrated burlesque of
Wltll DAW ao.fr n o rv t2rvAl oii. a
the pn-sontatlon of I elece TyTr L H.u
?:' &W?r". meehanicale:
1 he management will spare no expense In
producing tuls burlesqne. tUdecS
j It lh powerful tui l tMtinr Ihsiwuc- '
TOTIBOWB. 1 majr la frl U-.l Hti ht h -MM
plf-ttnitiamc- Afir tjrt min nt- no -l.-r
rrtif l rr rlu-i whre It iitv.i Wr- 4
rtntiMia IVturT h air tnstanilv In it ir If J
Kcn an.) H -prri. -nr. the - 4 l
riTiM nJrrntl..ti rt... II. M r...
nama-1H-atthy. HBi (Ti ptr(-
14:pititia WTIB riosrT i.1 I ihui
miiUti'iii. Thlrklr lnhatilf-4 HOI cri
a n renrt irem n-lor t snJ Tr
b4 Hftt.i clrrn ..ir an l WAlih .
Hosit4ftrp hi iM.isrls II In -.... av. 1
)air any n.trul. Biriliu-M'iM
I! at at I lt -lrs vim lnn. iafl t..Mr
Ift T "1 It.
I'"' "" pr..-t.- mi.ii. nn-n
W1IS n--.Tt4 4 III . Ih.t.r.-T.T.
pviUIItT M rt-nuii-a.
rr w rnrr t iLriBM ad riuhlt
m- -anr.5i)U) as the
bf t.-rr am lNa hM -H II.
-M h i-i'.irili -t.-. S"til t:
blnnea 31 a 39 Tut 1'vir. rrtT-rk I
Af-Ml .l4 tn -.-r. 01' n4 TOTra
Robert Strahorn & Co
COHMIUIOX PEALCS IX
Room 64 Exchaigs Bvitding.
UNIOW STOCK YAJins
Rprantiy1 st fort Worth br J b Ri-a
im kKHB Freit.
K. f. AL'NSl'iLUU. fakif.
Of DALLAS TEXAg.
A General Banking Bunlnesa Transacts
W. C. Connor. ir).
K. P. Auuapnugh TIioh. Walker.
Does a General Banking
I. V SWIMi
F. U. liAVt.VMOlIT
H. 8. C IIAPI'KLK
W. U. Dolltn
AW I issuer.
J. W. Crowd us M. P. Dallas; Phil. E
Chappell President of Hie Natiniiul Ex-
change Bank of Jeffersou City Mo.; T. L
Marsalis of Mansalls L'uderwood whul(-
nale grocers Uallas; Col. H. ti. Krvay Uallss;
J. L. Williams of Villia:us4T(lllVi.-rtlrng.
iiists Dallas; James .M. tswansou planter
Anderson county Texas; John M. Wlera-
.nous attoruey-at-la w Dallas; 11. M. Swluk
Dallas; F. M. Ervay Dallas. Jaa-dly.
Ir. W. Thomas.
PARLORS SO 701 LM STREET
Over Geo. Rick's Furniture Store.
Ptayalrlnns) aud Mnnceens.
J. Martin M.D. Physician and Snrjeon
Corner Main and Poydras streets over Hmser
Sewing Ma blueottice opposite Danism
tel liallas Texas. Olllce hours from to
Ua. m. aud from IstO to p. in. Kesidenro
did Main st. opposite City Market. no-Wii-ir
Jno. II. Mcrton M. D. Physician suiltM
eon oflioeorer First National Hank. Heal
euoe corner Uan Jacinto and Harwuodiu.
alias Texa-i Calls to the country prompt.'
On the 1st of Hi ptember I shall cntrnp
the practice ot the law in Dallas. UfflM
wltbJudie Uarksdale southeast cornM o
auK IMlm H. m. Bl?RFORP
llookhout 4 Simpson. Attorneys st U
No. 507 .Main street opposite The Herala
nice up-stalrs. JuiimIawII.
L. F. Harris solicitor tu bankrupt!
Untied Hutt s disirict court oin. e Jdlnwa
street ea"fj)fcourtnoiise npitalrs. ofi
T10H the speedy Cure of Seminal Weak
ness. Lost Manhood and all disorder!
oroiiKht on by Indiscretion or Ei
Any DniKsiat has the innredients.
S M. SWEWSON SON & CO
NO. 8U WALL ST. NEW YOR&
Advances made on Connlfriinienti
of Cottoniand otber
Hpectal attention given lo purchases;'
goods collections emiltancea aud lnv
HERALD BUI1.D1NW MAIX BT.
Have just recelred a large lol of
CLOTHS DO.ESSIKS.ASSIMERES Eic
All Work Gaaranieetl
IN LeGRAND HOTEL DALLAS.
C. K. Pol. Iranortinc lallor. baa iot r
elvad a graat stuck of
French and Engllsli Goods
For fall and wlnUr trade. U sds tp o
aesordic to ths latosl sty is. cU !
First National hi
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