The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 180, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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DALLAS TLX AS Fit I DAY. DCCIMIHKU 2S. 1877. lMUCi: FIVE CENTS.
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OF PEOPLE 'I W 'FOOD
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TJiSS' Stock Yards
THE I4i:(Ji;ST AM KENT CASH LIVE STOC K MARKET
a THE WOULD I
riiH!.- FNTiRF HYHTFM OK RAILWAYS OK THK WET CENTHE4 AT TllKHK
tib Ynrda cover ore or land. IK'i acrwi of whleh are planked. ..
ThCTerelOpenJ forCBltle.liOfiir H.g..niW0 for bheep.eo each shipper cad have
fSViMM Cunkr..llnB f.llnK. reloading .ud whipping or for sale of .took err
"SB SW-Vn .-T nnnjh.
"ine 'rITt 7.& felllM. for .lippl..K
toc k -growers aud ehlppers 10 line auvuuin-
GEO. T. WILLIAM".
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V Lako St. & Wabash Av.
HANUPACTURERSAND JOBBERS OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
FULL LKTS3 C? SEAS01IAXL3 GSCDS AT L07TZ57 PSISSS.
Lxaisiino Our Stock-Send in Your Orders
Mnlltr nd Ir!ci .irntd SatNfactorj or the
- HHVHft; - o5rrl JJl'ijJ
Kahn c Bro
Unequaled for Cleanliness
Durability Simplicity and Economy
WA YJb J UUTOX Cin'tu
Co. DnlhiM Toxiw.
to aHo from Texas will enable .11 Texas
J NO. R.
I UN toi id ot'commoi ic
ing to takolnvontory
l.- Day wu linvo con
cluded t jiostpono
sauio until tlio 1st or
5th offlanuary. Ho-
lbro commencing wo
havo roduuod tho i'ol-
lowing namoti goods:
MAItkKD MlttJI FltOHSUrlOr.
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MAHkKII 110 1 rHOS iOt to Me
One of lot Knickerbocker
Fancy Dress Goods
Vuiy Kiiii) Quultty at aw. KwliU'vd from Ma
Elegant Line All-lol Plaids
KKIilTKU KUUM 40 lo tUr.
10 lMt'ceH Koutl qualil' double
folded colored A I paean.
Harked 1omii to 25c.
50 IleciH Hliiglofolded Al
paoaM. UtMlured to !20c.
Foriuor prlcr 25 uud BOv.
One Lot of
IIKIII OKU VliOMIIOrtO Me.
Those sold during the season at 60c
marked down to 5Uc.
nr 80 anil 85c Cashmeres Reduced to
60c and ailotlien in projortioD.
15 LACK ALl'ACAS
Have all 6v murkeu erlrnm lji luw.
We have Diem t all prlceH irom the
oiiuiipuBi. ie nit- uesi.
One lot MatelliHO All-Wool the vory livtfitt
8tyle lit Run. Worth 75c.
Lonadale 4-1 wide reduced from lllnlM
Great Rf ductlon In
p!if. tot not :;i t sit.
0M LOT. Urn fri l Mud l "e-
CE L''T fiti 5 I. $1 15.
OH LOT Enlac'd (rca $2 U $1 25.
0E IDT Mvti fr $3 2- t ft
ONE LOT fr f 1 il
Misses' Skirts from 63 to 50c.
85 to 65o.
m " $ 35 to$l 00.
HAVE ALHO BEEN MADR
In Other Departments.
Xo such opportunity hna
ever presented itself to
the public. We would ask
iir Bnrvi.il ntteiition of
" - -
The Kullrr OvuhI ttr.uluiluit Will
I HdouUloitl b AUuIM-hrUHIttr
4'tri'niuIHit. l'uiiHiiitl lih Hut
Wrwk ullli llnruu.
Wahiiino'ixin iVmMiilu'r iI7. A
niovcint'iit In on foot ly tlie imtlvttr
IhiIiIIchiim to otit Mr l'uwtr uoIIki'.
tor of tlio niH'tiiiil Noilh Cttroliim dU-
xrlct umliT tlit civil mrviiit rcfoi in
Hi'imlor 1'ittiiTHoii iuMtil hii uiK'oiii-
forlnliltt nlnlil kinl kt lliu turn of tiny
Hiill'orcl iniirli inln Ixil Ht two o'clock
thin t'VtMilnii hitil rallU'il hhIii.
TlieHlur Hy! "Tli cnnlliin riohi
lion oltirt'il liy Heimtor lliillcrto In-
viHtliiUi lliu i'lmro (hut lu pnttrl
Into mi unholy Hlllmum with Svinttorii
t'onovrr hii'I lVtltcriHin will nihlonlit-
I'llly llt Mlllltltl."
Ht'iial ir I'.iIiiiuihU of Vcriuonl how-
ver will nlltT h Milmtllulo llmt the
liivtwtlKitllnn tie I'onthii'lci) ly h hiccIhI
n ininiliU'K which Kiilititilutu Htiiutor
Unth'r inny uocKpt
Tim HciTftury of tha trt-nniiry linn ru-
m-lvotl tho re iiort of Wnltur Waltnn
UHttlHtmil lHHieclur of tho life itvlii
Norvico who who onltTeil to lu Vfntl-
grtte lliu clri'iiinnttuu'et oonncctt'il with
the rt'wnt wreck of tint Huron with
t'HJHHlUI rt'flTOIK'B to llfu 8HVllll(H Hls-
tlon No. 7. The rcjmrt ooiituliiH tt'Mtl-
mony mostly from (him) who wit.
iit't(ittt tint wreck from uhoru It in
pin tli'uhirly Mitvttre on h tlHhernuii of
NuhIicuiI ntiinuil I-'vitDH O'Xt'll who
whh the II rut to (tee tho wreck. At lmlf-
piiMt one o'clock H. m. lie whh out hunt-
ing wllil fowl uinl saw the veHNcl he-
font Hhe Ktrtick ; nttw hur Mtntiul hiiiI
heitril the sitphiiib of Uiohh on hoiirit
uinl yi'l neglected to give warning to
the life tittvitiK Htiillon. He had a yooil
b.ait the wind wiih In IUh fuvor hiiiI
tho water to Kouuoke ImIhihI whh coin-
)itnttivuly Binooth uud lie could hnve
given the information in twenty min-
uted uh the dletance wan two luilen uud
a half away. lie however went home
uud ate hln break (ant aud did not re
turn to tho wreck till neven o'clock.
Ltuuteuant Wultou thinks that had
the life waving Htution been in onera-
Hon or had the keeper of the station
received timely notice nearly If not
all of t hone on board the Huron could
have been Huved. The bodies of thnne
who iiHrlwhed were robbed as they were
waithed atthore aud out of nluety-otie
bodleH twelve of which were ollicem
not a mnijlo trinket which would be
treHHured us a relio by the relatives re-
mained. Watches money and even
rings wero stripped oil by those who
firwt found the bodies. Lieutenant
Walton says that such actions as these
together with the inhuman conduct or
Evan O'Neal cunts a stigma aud re
proaoh on the inhabitants residing on
tho beach along the coast from Cape
Henry to Cape Hatteras. He advises
that the Keepers of life Having stations
be Invented with the powers aud duties
of Inspectors of customs which will
prevent such disgraceful actions in
cases of shipwreck. The report re.
lieves the members of the life saving
stations from any blame.
EKrllvmenl Over Failure orNellvr
Al'o. FHNwetl Awny.
New Yckk December li'.l.-The Tost
in its financial article says the excite
ment of yesterday caused by the sub-
pension of Netter & Co. aud by the
fear that collaterals from them were
not safe has passed away since it has
been ascertained that the collaterals
could be obtained by taking up the
loans made to Nttter & Co. on them.
Nearly all these collaterals have been
covered. The amount of loans to which
Netter & Co. were a party wus three
million dollars. As we learn at their
ottlce the collaterals on these will all
have been obtained at a cost to the
owuers of the collateral of from 1150'
0U0 to $:J00U(M) for which Netter & Co
will be responsible. The Arm have
wealthy onnectious and it is not Im-
probable that this amount will be
Fir! Naow ol me Nea.eu la London
u Turednjr Cbrlsiinita t'clf brnllou.
London December 27. The weath
er during the holidays was uuexcep-
tionally flue on the 2ith and 2tith
cold clear and bracing. There was a
sliiiht snow on Tuesday night the llrst
of the seasou. To-day there Is frost
with clear weather. There had been
severe cold weather with heavy snow
throughout the north of Ireland. In
Paris contrary weather has prevailed
-gloomy sleet ami rainfall the great
er part of Christmas day. Neverthe-
less the streets w ere througeil ami me
boulevards presented a brilliant nic
Anl HIIII Aaelber Added ! the Long
Nkw VoRKDecember 27. A recelv-
er has been appointed to wind up the
affairs of the People! Baviug bank of
Wrerhed bat Ibe Cre-
London Decrraber 27. The Ger-
man ship Pauline Ute the American
bin Kat Prince from New York Oc
tober 2S. .for Bremen was wrecked
near Harlingen.on the 27th of Novem
ber. Crew saveOL
A Held Leak fr rrerdem.
Whitehall '. Y. December 27.
During the transfer of fifty convlcU
from Auburn to Cliutoo prison ltich
ard Cavanougb Jumped from a car
window while the train was onder
full motion and eacaped.
t llM ltAl. AMICUICA.
1'lie I'uIIIIi'mI rruaitrrla l (law 4'ouulry
I urrrlnlii mi .-r-.' he rrlruln
Antra ii ln.u lluld lllah ami nlooilj
I'nralval.-I'erljr lilllrd aad Naut
Nkw YtiKK December 1.7 Advices
from Valparaiso to November iW.aiate
the rebolllonor.anl.nd In I'rleiusArnea
for the purpose of exterminating l ap
tain (luUnldii chief of the garrison
the Ljovoruor was at llrst entirely
unable to ouell the rlielllon The
rebels after cruelly areasluatliig the
captain tvl lire to the building In
eluding the liiiHpltal with all thopati
i n U. Tlio church and liuuse of the
priest escaped Injury The rebels stole
seven tliouaainl dollars Irom the tieu.
siiry Mini .robbed ull hoiirea of com-
inerco. lu the ('onfuslou they were
killing each other. Of tlio houses com.
prising the colony only about one half
remain standing. Total number killed
Is forty with sixteen wounded.
Advices from Kcuador siuto the
conservative revolution has beeu
uuelled and the Colombian army has
re-crossed the frontier Into Colombia
and (lis future political prospects of the
country are uncertain as ever.
The coflee (Top of (Juatemala Is large
and Is being brought forward rapidly
for shipment. Guatemala has refused
to rccofciiUe the government of Ueu-
eral tluardla In Casta Hlca which clr-
cumstaiicu Is ominous of trouble be-
tweeu tho two states. As they are
situated however with tlielr other
three neighbors between them there
will not be much danger of war unless
Nlcaraiiga Honduras aud Salvador
oue or all become Involved which
does not seem probable at present.
Aaother Trlumpli lor the Mew York
Nun n liliiulitu lu it Libel Null.
NiiW Yokic December 27. lu the
suit of Alono Hell assistant secretury
of the Interior versus the New York
Hun for one hundred thousand dollars
damages a verdict was reudered tor
the tlefeudaut. The libel was that Hell
entered his wife under her maiden
name as a clerk lu the department.
A Boston Navliia; Hank llrilaloK
AkmIumI n It n n.
Uomton December 27.- The oillcers
of the Boston Havings Hank availed
themselves of the provisions requiring
uotlce from depositors. Payments to
depositors during the present mouth
nearly $100000. The ultimate solveucy
of the bank depends upon the value of
real estate owned by the bank.
Mollle Btorlnrly Teu Broerk Parole
New Y'okk December 27. A Louis
ville dispatch says the Louisville Jockey
Club has received a letter from Theo-
dore Winter owner of Mollle Merit
arty of the California turf saying ho
has decided to bring this famous race
horse across the Kocky mountains and
win a series of races against Ten
Hroeck Parole aud Tom Ochiltree.
t he jockey club has decided to oiler a
purse $5000 for an open race free to
all ages two miles and a half to be
run here next May.
Eu lug Con lidenl of I lie lNuna"e of Ihe
Nierleaud Ktial H'lls.
Nkw Yokic December 27. A Lou
isville dispatch says that General
Thomas Kwiug made a speech to a
large assemblage last evening on the
occasion of a serenade in which he
denounced the eastern press with the
bitterest emphasis and spoke of his
perfect faith lu the passage of the
specie and resumption repeal bills by
the senate and their approval by the
Only an KiiKlneerand i'lremin Killed
Chkyknne December 27. An ex
press and frtight train collided In the
fog to-day. The engineer and firemen
were killed. The others jumped from
the train. The responsibility rests
with the dispatcher.
( hrlaimna lloulireln KnosvlUe.
Mem I'M ih December 27. A special
from Kuoxvllle says a fire at Sweet
water Christmas night destroyed five
stores two warehouses and several
other buildings. Loss $.'0000.
Heavy "now Mlorm In Ihe Norlhweet.
Chicago IDs. December 27. A
heavy snow storm at Cheyenne is
coming eastward. The weather through
out the northwest is cooler with threat-
A l'nale Hipped la Ibe Bnd.
Pattekhon N. J. December 27.
There was a slight run on both the
local savings banks to-day. Depositors
were promptly paid.
For the gulf states Northwest back
ing to northeast and southeast winds
falling barometer and warm cloudy
and rainy weather attending the de
velopment of a storm center In Texas.
The ofllcers elect of Dallas Com-
mandery No. 8 were installed last
night with the uual otrsmonlet. The
following U the rooter: II. Roll. E. C.;
L. M. Knepfly 0.; Fred U. Page C.
0 ; W. F. Cummins P.; W. It Bell
T. C. A. KoberUou It ; F. M. Ervay
J. W.j P. Pfouts J. W.; J. J. Good
W.; H- 8. Ervay H. B.; W. L. Blew
art sword bearer; F.Austin First O.;
E. II. Gruber second G.; J. B. Louobi
third O.j George Mellersh sentinel.
'ITHCO HISSIAN WAR.
The I'ewrta Uijrelluu f Ibe Turblab
Nalerunlileaihe war fany He-
tiotrr ftwa-ltn.aU Mill On la I ua-
UiilliiuleA llrllllnul ft vol .!.
INouil AaaoitlKlixl Pinna luHrl.)
London December 27. The Times'
correspondent at Vicuna suya; "In.
telligenee from CoiiHiaiitiuoplu leaves
little doubt of Ilia rejection of the
Turkish note by the powers and has
caused the war party lo recover full
sway. Above tint road Ion produced
ill the feelings of the sultan by the
humiliating rejection It Is deemed re-
gretahle." A ltusslaii oftlclal states that tho
steamer llusalaud commanded by Ad-
miral ltiiranolf who commanded the
steamer Vesta In the alleged attalr
with the Turkish iron clad l-'ll.l at
ltoulen has returned to rSchastoiiol
from a cruise in the Itosphorus bring
lug as a pi'le the Turkish transport
steamer Messina with seven inindred
Turkish troops on board as prisoners.
Pahih Decemtier 27. The French
government has requested Don Carlos
to leave Franco He started for the
INI.ht Amooluted I'rusa llejoil
Tlie Agoiicle liussc observes the
Kngllsh cabinet In eucoiiraglng the
ports to further resistance by couvokt
lug the Hrltlsh parliament earlier than
usual will conipell the ltussiaiis to
march on to Constantinople causing
the precise result which It seems to
want to avoid.
A ItagUHa dispatch says the Monte
negrins yesterday defeated a body of
Turks occupying an entrenched posi-
tion between the river llouada aud the
town ofDvelguo The Turks lost many
prisoners Hags and a quantity of pro-
visions. A Keuler's Constantinople dispatch
states that F.nglaud's reply to the
porte's circular is not received but
Mr. Layard had been Instructed to
sound the porta on the several points
relative to conditions of peace.
Another cabinet council was held lu
Downing street to-day.
A Belgrade dispatch says Prince
Wrede the Austrian diplomat agent
lias Informed the Servian government
that Austria decltively protests before-
hand against Hervla's exteudlug her
action either warlike or revolutionary
to liosiilaor Heizagovlulu. Hurvla has
consequently given her lornial assur
ance that the strictest orders have
beeu forwarded to the commander of
the Drluu corps to refrain from hostili-
ties In the direction of HoHlua.
CiliCAUi) December 27. W. V.
Heatou chief Justice of the appellate
court Is dead.
Killed 111 miner.
Yesterday there passed through the
city eu route for Austin a deputy sher
iff of Archer county having lu charge
a man named Joel liaylaud who some
three weeks ago cut his father's throat
who was asleep from ear to ear. After
committing the deed Kay land cut of!
tho ears of the oorpso which he
sewed on his hat. He was arrested
tried by the authorities and adjudged
nsaue; yet during bis trial he
arose and mane a speech wuicu
was so well worded and delivered that
itastouished the crowd. He seems to
be a fanatic of tlieCabbite order some
thing similar to Dr. Chambllss con
fined lu our Jail for woutonly kill
ing of a fellow-being. The man a p.
peared rational but declared that the
glory of God and the salvation of man
depended on the shedding of his felt
owcreaturetf blood. This is by no
means a new idea with crazy people
as horrible as It may appear. The
deputy stated that baring his fanat-
ical Ideas on this eubject the man
f rl.lurul tail.
About eleven o'clock Wednesday
night the watch mau on the Texas and
Pacific road near the Trinity bridge
saw a mau running hurriedly towards
the bridge and concluded there was
something wrong with him; attempted
to head him ott all to no purpose
however for the man gained the
bridge aud after having gotten some
distance on the structure fell through
with a heavy thud. Sheriff Moon was
notified of Jtbe fact and the roan who
fortunately sustained no Injuries save
a few slight bruises was marched to
the jail. He gave his name as J.
Clarissa Church creating dltturbance
fined five dollars and cost. A. M. Wetx
ter fighting fined ten dollars and
cost. Samuel Heed William Thomp-
son and Joe Taylor Interfering with
private property discharged. Several
other continued cases of minor impor-
tance were disposed of.
The Mlleat Reaatart
One of the three survivors of the
United States senators who served
with Clay Benton Webster and
Wrucbt during the administrations of
Harrison Tyler and Polk la Daniel
Hturgeon of Pennsylvania who spoke
so little that tie gained the soubriquet
of " i he Client Senator." Of Calhoun
and Clay he said the other day that
they "were very friendly and familiar
In their personal intercourse. Va one
occasion Calhoun made a speech In
which be was very severe upon Clay
When he had finished the latter went
to get a pinch of null from Calhoun
and havlug taken It said lourargu
ment was not so strong as your snutT'
and thus it was generally In those
days; the asperities of debate were
soon forgotten and the bitterest polltl
eal adversaries took snuS together
after the heat of debate bad subsided."
A Three-feer-oia Bay bhaaiaaad bill
A I'lay male
lloatou Pont I A very sad occurrence
took place yertlerduy afternoon at tho
South Knd hr whiuli a tlireeyttarold
boy lost his ito he being ihoi by his
playmate wlieatlier accidentally or hit
leniioiially it is not known It appears
that lUuiel Crouiu and one Ilii key Urn
at M Lenox street and liavo sevoiiil
children VeterdiiyJolin l.'rouin ajo
three years and a slater aged ton years
wero at plav In tho upper part ol' tlio
lioiiHitwiih ilenry Ilickey sied olovuu
tue aiory m inn girl is as lo
Iowa: In tho midst of lint gaum the
Ilickey boy bivaiiiu angry with tha
Croniu boy and thritatened to shoot him
at the same timit drawing a pistol. The
girl begged lliekey not to lire and at
the same tlmo called to her brother to
run Tlie little fellow started ami
when about hall way down stairs Ilickey
appeared at the lop of tint stairs ami
Hied at hi in tlio ball tukiug ell'oct lu
tho head and penetrating the ukull
!rs. Walker ami Perron wero called
and they pronounced (lie wound fatal.
The boy tiled about an hour afterwards.
In tlio meantime tho ilickey boy niado
his escape and ihofpolice havu not as
yet found him. it is said that he wus
released from tho reform school for boys
hut a short timo ago. Medical Exam
iner draper was called and an iuvestU
gittiou will be held.
From the Nation : If anybody not a
democrat had predicted at any time
(luring the presidential canvass of last
year that lu nine months after Mr.
llayes' Inauguration his attempt to re-
torui tue civil service would have be-
come an object of mild scorn to the
heathen j that Conkling who was so
ludicrous an object as a presidential
candidate at the Cincinnati conven-
tion would have triumphed over him
in the senate ou custom-house ques-
tions; thatCoukllug aud Blaine would
have openly become reconciled In plain
View of the Intelligent christian nubile.
and have entered luto an alliance in
defence of the Very abuses denounced
lu the Cluoiuuatl platform; and that
large numbers of republican papers
headed by the New York Tribune
would have pronounced this a not un
desirable state of things for the repub-
lican party aud have advised the pre
sident to submit to it what would
have happened to him ? And yet this
Is Just what has occurred.
A Horrible Death.
Pittsburg Commercial An accident
occurred ou Saturday afternoon at
4:10 o'clock at the Valley Paper mill
at Verona ou the Allegheny Valley
railroad. A young woman named
Mary Ann Collin who had been em
ployed lu the mill three or four years
mm iieeu assigned to a uew position in
the second story lu which there is n
large trap-Uoor Immediately over a
Vat on the ground tloor. Miss Collins
had been called from another part of
tlie room to assist In dumping u box
of rags. She started to answer the
call and walked iuto the hatchway
which was obscured by steam arising
from the vat of boiling water ami
vitriol. She was precipitated directly
uto the vat am) must hnve died very
speedily. In three minutes after she
fell her body was taken out scalded
white. It seems that she hud a pre-
monition of death in this manner and
had remarked several times that the
vat would be the death of ber. She
was sixteen years of age.
A t'urloua llrldal.
A bridal couple at Wheeling. Vir
ginia came like Nioodemus ai dead
of night to the house of a venerable
minister and rang the door-Dell with
tremendous violence His wife weut
down stairs in a costume consisting
principally of a shawl and found a
stripling of twenty aud a gaunt creatt
ure of forty ; aud on learning what
was their errand brought her husband
dowu stairs. " Well" he exclaimed
rather drowsily. The bridegroom could
not speak but motioned to his bride.
Mr. rreacner" said sue nothing
loth "as I'm the oldest 1 expect I'd
better do the talking. You see Char
ley here baa a stepmother and she
don't use him right at all. Now
I'm a widow and I want lo take
Charley home with me to-night aud
take care of ulm. iSot that! want a
husband beoause if I did I'd get some
one nearer my own age; but I Just
thought I would try and take care of
Charley. So we'd like to be married
right away." There was a hitch about
the license but in the eud she prom-
ised to be more than a stepmother to
Charley and carried bim home in tri
The I'onfllel r Aee.n
Men differ on nearly every Issue.
There have always beeu opposite par
ties In politics and religion though the
the measures fought over one day may
be universally adopted at another and
those sacrificed regarded as heroea and
martyrs. Medicine bas always been
subject to revolutionary disturbances.
When urs. iiarvey aud Jeuncr an-
nounced their discoveries they were
held in contempt and ridicule by an in-
credulous aud ignorant public yet to-
day they are received and honored by
all as benefactor. When Dr. Pierce
announced his IHwnvrry many seem-
ed to doubt and were skeptical con
cerning all medicines and doctors but
proof of merit has dispelled all doubt
aud to-day the Golden Medical Dis-
covery is thestendard remedy In cur
ing the most obstinate diseases or the
liver and blood having almost entire-
ly superseded the old time saraparil-
las by reason of Its superior merits.
Nokwich Chenango oo N. Y. Hay. 8 leTil.
U. V. PlHBCr K. V.l
I was afilicted with a scrofulous af
fection ou one of my legs. It was very
troublesome for over two years so
much so that I could not Wear a boot
and 1 had to keep my leg bandaged.
It resulted lu a raw sore. It got so bad
that It became a eenernl talk that I
would have to undergo amputation of
the limb. One physicl.in told me that
be never saw such a sore cured. I
commenced taking your Golden Medi-
cal Discovery together with jeur Pel-
lets as directed on the bottle and
wben I bad consumed six bottle of
Discovery my leg was entirely well
and has remained so ever since a pe-
riod of over two yeajs and I would
not swap It for fifty wooden leir.
Yours truly John Shatcltk.
bii iletiirued at nr xpenm;.
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The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 180, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1877, newspaper, December 28, 1877; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth281199/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .