The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 15, 1882 Page: 5 of 8
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THE DALLAS HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 15 1882.
All KINDS OF LEGAL BUNKS
IS I TOOK AT
Stationers mill lllatik Hook Mann.
C23 KLM STUEET DALLAS TEXAS.
1-St Loui aud E.uteru Prices Duplieate.1.-.
HiLvlnc been In business for yoars lny stock
hns been sccc.nmlntins untlll I nm obliged lo
cW out ft lRrKf amount regardless of price. 1
will sell for tho next Mxty ilnys at a heavy lls-
piimt from Tornier prices. My surplus mock of
Books uchool lnl-celaiieons mid blanks) Cliro-
uios Frames. Window Shades Hill Note and
l.elier iichun r.". .". .............
l'uper Ink etc.. and In luct auythluK kept In a
lirsl IMtlSS IHHUi MttlU. IHUW hwhb i.
at some price to make room for the largest anil
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HUSl CICi. W 1 cv v v iu'iiu. w ..... ...
inv Une. ... .
i'lie trade is envlted to call and eo the bar-
!n-... a k
Ai:eUl U'l VI k'lius nun Bi n u uiw .nv-..
yy. 1 HHPS K. faVi Main Street
fur him.-' Captain Cowart then ol an J
pulled a pistol and walked to the end of ihe
tabie; Thurmond iu thia lima bad Lis pie-
tol out but
DID Ot IKT rRk-t.NTfcr..
When Cowart fired. Ttturmond Ml; tliia
was the only shot I heard or saw tired
Tiiurmond lull on his left side on his walk-infr-stk-k.withhispii.ti.il
iu his riht baud;
Thurmond made tlie first motion to draw
but did not tret his pistol out first; Cowart
Tiiurmond looked a though lie was verv
anerjr when he first started and cam rafi-
'rily in t lie direction of Cowan hi was
then sittinc m a chair at the table; Thur-
mond put his rielit back to his hip-pocket
when lie came through the gateway in the
raililiR: Cowart was then sitting ijuietly in
his chair. lie (Thurmond)
Ali.UN ITT HIS HjtJUl BACK
tohisliip-pocket.when kearby attempted to
stop liiin mid said: "If yu'u are Koiiij; to
shooting I will fret out oi' the way." was
what Kearby said when he did eel aside.
(.Signed.) John W. Kowk.v.
J. IV Kti.VKHV
sworn says: It was somewhere in neixh-
ooinood ot one and a hall o clock: 1 went
to the court room with Mr. t'owurt to dis-
pose ot case of State vs. lileiiken: we went
into district court; I left Cowart there and
went into county court und sat down; my
attention wiis attracted by a
I.OI 1) tone or VOH B
iu middle room; I looked und saw Judge
iliiirtnond and Cowart: recoKiiuinu me
men as I lid 1 wutched (hem; soon they
eiune walking side by side to thealoor into
the court room near the middle aisle; low
THE DEADLY PISTOL.
Judge Thurmond Shot and Killed by
Rohtrt E Conrart Esq.
The Testimony as Detailed Before the
llond of the Accused Fixed at $200.
Yesterday alternoon ot ' fifty minutes
past 1 o'clock a terrible .tragedy was en
acted in our city. The parties to the de
plorable affair were Mr. Kobert E. Cowart
a prominent and popular younn lawyer at
this bar and Judge Jujies Al. Thurmond
also a lawyer of standing and reputation at
the bar. Thut there hud been an enmity
or at least unpleasant feelings between the
men for some two years past the friends
of both knew very well.
It seems that the cause of this unpleasant
OIlllltSATKIl in 1870.
when Judge Thurmond then being mayor
of the city tlie city council passcu a vote oi
lack of confidence in him as mayor and in
tlie trial of the case before the council.
Messrs. Watts it Cowart law partners were
employed and prosecuted him Mr. Cowart
also tooK an active part iu tue campaign
immediately following making speeches in
behalf of Judee John J. (food for the may
oralty against J utlge Thurmond who was
seeking a re-election as a vindication of him-
self against the council for removing him.
The immediate cause ol the altercation
or rather the cause ol the two men being to
gether and in conversation is not known;
nor coma it tie learneu oy our reporter
That thev had retired to a
for conversation but a lew minutes before the
fatal occurrence is- positive. What took
place after they had finished their convcr
snliiin in tirivntn in befit ariven in thn evi
dence taken before the coroner's jury which
that the public may huvo tho facts as
i ... i:.-l.. ..- 1.. il. .i
as urougl to HUl. su nil m mid uuiiui.t;si
THE ENTIRE 1'ROl'KKTlINOS
before the coroner are given verbatim as
Tho state of Texas county of Dallas
An inquest held In the county court room
ot tlie county of Dallas state of Texas by
W. M. Kd wards. J. r.. actine coroner upon
the body of J. M. Thurmond. The jury
boing nm paneled and sworn
n. M. PAYNE
a witness swan Bays: 1 was present in
the county court room in tho court-house
of the county of Dallas on this the Hth
day of March 1W2 about 40 or 60 minutes
hetore J o clock it. in. and saw K. iv. t'owurt
kill James M. Thurmond; they had been
In a side room: owart came out and sut
K)wn by the table in front of me and
iiiurmonu sum: "louwiu notuare ami
(lien Cowart sunt to murtuomt that :
will do it:" Thurmond said : "You will not
yon huvc not got ho nerve; when jrou
(to l will be ready lor you." cowart s.ud
"1 will you will see;" Thurmond said
"You have slandered mo and my family;'
I owart sum: 1 huvc not slandered your
family." Tiiurmond said: "You have"" and
changed his stick from his right hand to
Ins li lt and tnrtea around in front ot tlie
bar and said : "If you will do it now get
ready" and passed 'round insido of tho bar.
As he came 'round tlie end of the bar he
KIl.llT HANll lIF.III.Vn HIM .
about his hip; J. C Kcurby went to Thur-
mond and suid : 'Don't do It' and some-
thing else 1 do not recollect; Cowart got up
and as he got uu he drew his pistol and
passed around tho end of
the table: Kenrby got out of
the way ; Cowart shot ; 1 saw Thurmond
with his pistol in his right hand and his
stick in his Wit iu the act of presenting or
he was stretching out his arm toward
Cowart wlm then fired; Thurmond fell ;
that is about all I know about it
Thurmond had a nickel-plated pistol in
his right hand when ha fell ; Thurmond's
right linud with a pistol in his hand ex-
tended towards t'owurt and had nearly got
Ids arm straight out when t'owurt lired;
Thurmond advanced upon t'owurt before
he got up from his scat.
(Signed) D. M. 1'aynk.
next witness sworn says : i was attending
tlie court as a witness in a rase about hull'
nst 1 o clock : I wns in the court romn
ilr. Cowart asked Thurmond out of the
curt room ; alter awhile they returned
Thurmond came in seeming to be mad ami
said to Cowart tlmt he (Cowart) hud
slandered his family ; he (Thur-
mond i came around towards
Cowart who was sitting down in a chair"
with a stick in his hand I do not know
which hand and said: "We can settle it
right here." i saw Cowart draw a pistol
and I ran out of tho room; I heard a pistol
lire; do nor know wbo it was that tired the
pistol; tliKwus to-day: Mr Kearbv tried to
get between them; Mr. Keurby and some
other men were between Mr. Thurmond
and uu. irjlgncd) rtAM ficorr
next sworn says: I was in the county
court room about half-past 1 o'clock to day
sitting near the stove in the west tide of
the mom;-1 saw Judge Thurmond and Mr
Cowart come In from a side room and Cow-
art took a seat near tho Judge's stand and
put his feet upon a table; tho first thing
that attracted my attention was Thurmond
saying to Cowart that lie (Cowart) had
slandered his (Thurmond's) family; this
t'owurt denied; Thiirmr.nd replied: "You
nave tiod dumn you" and cama around
rum behind the railing with
a stick in Ids hand; Major Kearby then went
to Thurmond and told him to stop and
have no lighting there that It was no place
Tiiurmond said "Damn klm I am not
afraid of blm; let htm come; 1 am ready
cfty and his reputation throughout the
state will hardly be cousidt-red mal-
apropos here. He was horn in
Davis county Kentucky some (brty-
xv ami was rcarru ill
Owensboro in that county. While he was
not possessed of a finished education he
was fairly well cnltnred and had a.ripirous
robust intellect a mind well adapted to the
practice of criminal law the branch of his
profession iu which he was perha most
prolicieiit and of which lie certainly was
During the late war he was for the union
and perhaps bore arms a short time
bctore the clone of the war in
behalf of the union cause. Directly
alter the war being then a yhuu'g
lawyer he went to Idaho territory. wlier be
practiced his prolession a short while when
lie wenr to Montana and first became
known to the public thvrw as an advocate
on the hustings in a congressional cam-
paign in behali of the democratic candi-
date. After this he cot into trouble with the
vigilance committee and was forced by this
committee to lieu from Montana. The cause
of his trouble with the vigilance committee
was his persistent attempt to defend in the
course of his prolession the road agents.
These road agents had become so outrage
ous in .their depredutions that the
citiieus In self-defense had taken the law
into their own hands and were Irving
through this vigilance committee these road
agents and because Judge Thurmond and
another lawyer named Sinkh at-
tempted to defend these road
agents wnen iney were put on
art walked to east around to bar and Tluir- trial they were warned to leave the country.
mond entered middle aislm Judge Xhurmond went down to Suit
Alter this 1 heard Thurmond say: i Lake City where ho
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IMPORTERS of DIAMONDSCLOCKS. Etc
T.Trl!nen!!f M..li;J'!lblc U TP'"''ly o our Watch and I
jarunenus Mch hare Iwen eonoucM by 8i years of etnerlttm-a Twin
I ne lTle and extra .un. mulli. attifzJZT" "i "5 "?" 1
Wlwla Mrs. Whulaw?
As this question is freiiuentlv asked we
will simply say that she uj a lady who. for
upward of tony years has untiringly de-
bited her time and talent as a female
physician ami nurse principally among
children. She has especially studied the
constitution aud wants of tVis numerous
class and. as a tvsult of this etfort and
practical knoahtlge obtaiuc.1 in a liletiuie
sient as a nurse and physician she bus
compounded a Smthing Svrup for cliildn-n
teething It operates like magic giving
rest and health and is moreover sure to
regulate the bowel. In consi'quence ol
this article Mi-s Winslow is Woiuiug
world-renowtiiil as a benefiu tor of her race;
children certainly do rise up and bless her;
especially is this the case in tbi eitv. Vast
HiiantiticSoftlieSoolliin!! Svrup are daily
sold and used hen'. We'thuik Mrs. Wins-
low lias imiuortulitcd her name bv this in-
valuable article and we sincerely believe
thousands of children huve been saved from
an early grave by itsiimclv use. and tlie mil-
lions yet unborn will slnnv itsbciielits and
tmite in billing her blcsed. Noiuoiher has
discharged her duty to her suffering little
one iu our opinion until she has Riven it
tlie henctit of Air. W; v.
SSK- v!5rubTlTlio Oldest House in North Texas'
all dmgvists. Tweiitv.fivo cents u bottle. -o .
! Solid SItVerwaM Be. -
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Art Peparuueut West of tUilladativhU. " " u l
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oi iht I ourl?.iid Un uHt RtrtetsH St. Irfiulu M.
iou haven't cot the nerve to do. it.
and you know it;" this wus while
Cowart was walking inside the
bur before he sut down: Cowart made
no replv; oon after this Thurmond again
said : "V on haven't got the nerve to do it
and you know it when you commence to
talk shot-guns to mo you huve struck the
wrong man l am always reuuy; you nuve
slandered me and my family;" Cowart
says: "1 have not slandered your family."
I was watcliuiK ihurinonil; Insz ap
pearance attracted niv attention: his face
was livid; I hud my hand on Thurmond's
shoulders and wus telling him he must not
I HAM. Ill HIS POLITICS.
becoming a republican. While ut Suit
Lake City he sued several of the prominent
citizens of Montana who were niemliers of
the vigilance committee thut;expellcd him
Irom Montana and obtained a judgment
against them for Tuoo. This judg-
ment he however compromised
satisfactorily with all the persons concerned
CAUt TO TEXAS
tiorernor K. J. Davis then being chief mag-
istrate of the state lie llrst settled ut Bryan
and was made niuvor of that nlace bv tiov-
tt Klit there: Thurmond had his hand iu I ernor Duvis which position he filled for
his pocket as he passed around the railing ' some time when he was made a
and while I was standing with my hands on I district jvdoi
his shoulders he said to Cowart: "(Jod
damn you draw it.
I AM READY TOU YOt'."'
This occurred alter Thurmond had suid:
by Governor Duvis. It was said that when
he was appointed district judge by
uovernor Davis that he aiimed
his resignation in blank as to sate wjiich
"Now is as good a time to settle It as any;" I he placed in Uovernor Davis' hands to be
while in this positional heard the clicking of j duted by that gentlemen whenever he failed
to give satisfaction as a distriot judge. This
Judge Thurmond always denied and de
nounced as a falsehood and a slander lie
at any rate resigned before his term of
He followed the Houston it
Texas Central railroad up pretty
closely ami after he had
resigned ins Judgeship he edited a paper at
mstols and aot out of the wav. Cowart
fired and Thurmond fell with his pistol in
his riiiht hand.
(Signed) J. C. Kkaiuiy.
State of Texas county of Dallas. An in-
quest held in the county court-room of the
county of Dallas iu the city of Dallas state
of Texas held bv and before W. M. Ed
wards J. 1'.. acting coroner upon the dead i liroesbeeck ior a short time. He
body ot J. M. Thurmond unon the oaths of came to pallas
J. 1'. Hoberts Theo lieinecke J. Sphur A. a little while after it became a railroad
H. Hardin i . Hansort and James Wright point and commenced tlie practice ol luw
good and lawful jurors of suid county whb here. In his practice hero he met with line
beimr lirst dttlv sworn upon view ol the success ana uccuiiiiuutea u comlortuDle
hodv of said Thurmond suv that the said uiuount of property. Ho was extremely
j. y. Thurmond came to his deuth ubout fond of the excitement and contention of
live minutes before 2 o'clock p. in. of the t politics and always took an active purt m
Uth day of March 182 in tho county of ! Hie local affairs of the city.
Dtillus in the court-house of suid county lnl7!the wus elected muyor of DuIIub
and from the ell'ect3 of a pistol shot tired by as an independent camlidiite by a plurality
the hand oi it. J'.. cowart ana we lurtlier voio am wus rvmovea ny mo city council
Those wishing todeal in futures of cotton-
grain or pork can do bo in as small or luri:e
quantities as they desire at the otlice of the
Texas Cotton and tlrui.. Exchange Coin
puny. Margins required only $1 per bale
on cotton lc per bushel on grain 2oe per
barrel on pork with privilege to remargin
at any time before niarcin Is exhausted.
Business done direct wiih New York New
Orleans or Chicago when desired. Direct
all communications to A.J. Wiikelock.
Manager Board ol Trade Kooms Dallas
l'ever and auue and rMll. mot f.i or lr.-
ken up and prevented by using the purely
vegetable remedy Carter's l.lver Hitters..
an untutote to all malarial poison.
The Taylor Ilouse
Corner of Fifth and Austin sti-Aof. u .-
Texas tlood rooms good beds and gooii
fare. Board by the day week or month.
Day board at $1.IW ami 2.0u per day.
-Mil j. it. UAVU
If you are nervous or dyspeptic try Car-
ter's Littlo Nerve fills. Dyspepsia makes
yon nervous and nervousness makes you
dyspeptic; either one renders vou misera-
ble aud these little pills cure both
Those living outside of the city limits
and are interested in and opposed to the
proposed extension of the city limits are
requested to meet at the otlice ot Colonel
W. 11. Wright ut 2 o'clock p. m. Friday
Erery one is visiting the cosleet saloon in
town tor good liquors and cigars ; it is the
1'arlor l.atnar street.
fimoko Duke of Durham cigarettes; mild
mellow and pure.
Goods all First-Class antl of Known Merit
NO EXPERIMENTS AT CUSTOMERS EXPENSE. .
Prices and Terms to Suit the Stringency of the Times
SXCIiCHlYK STATE AQ3NT FOR
SKINNER & WOODS ENGINES!
Stearns Engines and Saw Mills
Otto Slleut Uas Emjluwi v
Knowle'g. Steam Pumps
Dcdrloks Perpetual Hay Presses
toiumuus Aii-aiwi wrapers toiumDus itallroaH Plows Folsom's Antematle
Fire Extinguisher Per Gin Houses. '
ALSO CABBY A FULL UNH Of 8TANDAHD GOOD At FOLLOWS I
find that he (Cowart) acted iu self-do
fenso and that ut the time he fired J. M.
Thurmond had his pistol drawn
and was in the act of shooting
Cowart and that the killing of
J. M. Thurmond was absolutely necessary
in order ior cowart to save ins own me.
in a few months. Ho sought re-election to
vindicate hiinscir but wus defeated by
Judge John J. tiood.
Ho was beginning to interest himself
most actively m the pending city election
and hud announced that ho' would make
i severul speech '8 during the canvass.
in testimony whereof as well the said o was iu character ol a sanguine
coroner us the suid jnrors have hereunto ! temperament and an aggressive
set meir own nunus mis me win uuy oi "". nuvmi; strong couuiuuveness
A. 11. Hariiin.
Jacoii 8. rii'iiAU.
J. 1'. RollKRTS.
V. Hanson. . J
W. M. Epwabph J. P.
It is therefore ordered and adjudged that
II. K. Cowart who is in custody charged
with the killing enter into bond with secu-
rity in the sum of
TWO IIUNDKKD DOLLAHS
for his appearance before the district court
of 1 'alias county Texas now in session
(iiven under my hand this March Mth
(Signed.) W. M. Upwards J. 1
The following is the written statement of
Mil. W. 11. THACKXR
deputy county clerk who was in the court
room at the time ot the killing but who
was not examined by tho coroner's jury.
He suid :
The first I saw of the parties they had just
separated near tho large door of tho middle
room: Cowart going around past the outer
door into the bar and taking a seat at the
table; us he (Cowart) passed around Thur-
mond said to him in a rather loud tone :
''You have slandered me and my family;"
Cowurt denied having slandered his family;
several harsh remarks passed between
them which I do not recollect; Thurmond
being on tho outside of the bur and Cowart
still sitting ut the table near the judge's
stand; Thurmond made some remark to
this effect: "You shan't do" some-
thing I did not understand as 1 was about
commencing my work and was not paying
close attention; very soon after this
remark Tiiurmond walked around rather
hastily inside the bar towards Cowart with
his stick grasped near the middle und
when ho started 1 think it was in his right
hand' after passing through the en-
trance to the bar on the west side of the
court room about opposite the stove. Mr.
Keurby who was near by met him (Thur-
mond) and snid to him: "You limit not
have a light here' or words ol thut pur-
port i '
Mr. Kearby checked Thurmond n mo-
ment or so and about this time Cowart
arose from his seat drew u pistol from his
hip pocket as he rose and tired; Thur-
mond fell and expired; I could not see all
of Thurmond's movements as Mr. Kearby
Mr. Cowart und the stove wcro between me
ami him (Thurmond.)
Our reporter reached the. court room the
scene of the tragedy about ten minutes af-
ter tho shooting. Tho dead body of Judge
Thurmond lay where it fell presenting a
Ho was laying on his lea sido rather his
legs sligh t!y bent his left arm and hand
under hi in the left hand grasping hiscauo.
His hat wus still on bit bead and Lis cigar
half smoked up in his inouth. His right
hand wus laying out somewhat from Ins
body and held iu its grasp a small pistol.
DIooU and bruin wero oozing from a pistol
hull wound in the right upper corner of his
forehead just below the eugo of th hair
and running down on to the lloor where a
little puddle had formed when our
reporter reached tho spot. Ho wna
evidently killed instantly as there
was y not the slightest evidence
of any' struggle although by nn Involun-
tary reaction of the stomach he bad rotcbed
ami thrown up a part of the dinner ho had
evidently eaten but a little while beforo.
lie had was a small revolver nickel-plated
of the Hopkins iv Allen make and carried
a ball of thirty-eight calibre; tho cylinder
and barrel were nooxcecdiug five Inches
in length If in long.
After tho shooting Mr. Cowart walked
down to the shesilV's olllce and surrendered
After the Investigation before the coroner
was ended and Mr. Cowart was
required to give hail In the sum
of two hundred dollars he immedi-
ately found bondsmen in the persons of
t'nhmol V. L. Crawlord and Mr. T. 8.
Miller and was forthwith released and
then repaired immediately to hit residence.
A short sketch of
jrmia THt aMoao's carkii
he delighted in contention and opposition
ami was never happier than when in the
midst of st rone opposition. Hu was
Jury possessed of bitter prepidiccs and he Was
nauuiy uiuicneu io ins menus.
MACHIAVELLIAN IN HIS NATl'IlK
he reasoned that the end justified
tlie means and being shrewd
and having strong intellectuality
he was a power in v .a
certain sense as a leader and
in planning. He had a great many friends
in this city who mourn his loss aud who
will ever he loyal to his memory.
The verdict ef the coroner's fury is
A VlilOIlOl'S VINDICATION
of Mr. Cowart for his action in slaying
Judge Thurmond and it doubtless out
voices the prompt action of a trial
jury on the evidence belore it but
it seems that the ends of justice
would be best subserved if the grand jury
should return a bill of indictment against
him. The majesty of the law can only be
vindicated in tho court-room ami it is due
to the state due to the majesty of the law
and due to the accused hiinself that there
should be an indictment thut there may be
n trial by jury and every fuel thut can be
obtained brought to light.
Tho grand jury1 is now in session and
yesterduy examined a part 'if not all the
witnesses to tho shooting and it may he
that thoy huve determined on their action.
Lighten the burden of life make success
certain and your calculations accurate by
using llrown s Iron Hitters. It strengthens
mind and body.
in Tlew of tbs fact of his prominence in this AErb'a.
l'rof. Ilraden's Lecture.
Notwithstanding the excitement in the
city last niuht a largo audience greeted
l'rof. ltradon to hear his locturo on the law
and life of Moses. Ho held tho audience
for an hour with unflagging interest ami
concluded with an eloquent tribute Id
Moses as the many-sided genluls of an-
tiquity. He continues the subject to-night
examining the following questions: Does
the lllblo sanction polygamy? Does the
Iilhlo sanction the degradation of woman'
Is the lhblc an inilecgiit book? The simili-
ter of the Midiunites Cuiiuunltes Aniele-
kitoa Ammoritcs etc The lectures are
A Social Olass of Huh Punch
Is a most welcome accessory of friendly in-
tercourse; peculiarly acceptable at'purties.
Uncork and 'tis ready
The St. OeorifO Hotel Again Open.
The undersigned announce that the 8t.
Ocorgo Hotel will again be open to visitors
nn Tuesday the lltli Inst. The building
has been relit tod throtiithout with new
furniture bedding cutpets etc. and the
proprietors respectfully ask the patronage
of the public pledging themselves to an
earnest elfort te deserve the same.
Taylor fc Ini.ham
DAl.i.AsTexns March 12.1SX2. Proprietors.
' Just received 'a fresh supply of Johnson
grass seeds alfalfa or California clover
white Uussian oats. St. Charles white corn
and other Held needs. C. P. Curtis
213 Main street Dallas Texas.
The St. (ieorge as heretofore announced
was thrown open on yesterday for the re-
ception of guests and the register showed
at noon a good beginning. The house has
been renovated and refitted throughout.
The kitchen furniture and table-ware Is all
Tho proprietors are Mr. 11. F. Tnylor of
miasm lennessee ami ur i nomas jj.
Dtigrnm of Florence Alabama lloth are
gent leinen of experience and ability ami
we bespeak tor them a good patronage
Unn't Mistake the Place.
Uncle Charley can be found with an ele-
gant stock of cigars etc. at the Bt. Ueorgw.
"Can rou skate?"
of those bandsoms ones lor
Yes. If rou get a pa'r
!.! At Mason
Just received a full line of hair goods at
M. Uosenthul & Co.'s corner Klm and Toy-dras.
Itihbons and luces lutest designs at M.
lloHcnthal A Co.'s corner Klm and l'oydrus.
Nkw York March 11. ColVuo unchanged in
(ii icv aim .try qnieu
Hiiirar dull and somewhat nominal: fair tn
Kon.1 refiiilim 7 I to 7.'.; rellued qtilst; ntaiiihinl
Wool fair and antlve; domestic fleece 31 to IS:
Texas I I to .10.
Flour dull and unchanged.
w heat opened 'A to Je lower subsequently
uit nine niruiiK nun ns'iivcrru.
Tom fairly active and shade easier.
Pork Ilr in ami quiet at It)1 to 17 l-i.
Lard heavy at 10 75.
Nfw Orleans March 1C Flour scarce; higher
KrHiien uriuur i o i in I .1.1.
Oats eusicr prime ix): choice fit.
Pork strong and blither at 1H to IS1. .
hard quiet; reilaed Utreo easier and quoted at
11 to 11': keR firm at 1) .
Kry salt meats dull and lower; shoulders
packed are quoted at S'i; clear rib ami lmin
near iv; in. eiepr nvn-.
ilr aii dull ana lower at 1 10 to 1 f.
Kxcliangc unchanged; eouiols 04 12 to Wl.
Chicago March 14. Flour dull and un
Whsat nnsctiled bnt generally lower; No 2
i nicago spring is iu i.hi i lor cah ami
Corn unsettled but generally lilirher r itular
!': rresti t.) for cash; iil for March; w pi
ia '4 ior April.
Oais easier at 41 1-2 in 41 for cash: 41V for
.iiarcn: ti'i ior April.
Hurley uteaily and iuicliam:cd.
Fork unsettled and lower al lTSnfurrash; lti '.O
Lard active but lower at 10 47 1-2 to 1050 for
casn ami April
Hulk meats easier; shoiildcn 7 50; short rib
S IV short clear V CO.
WhNkey steady ami iinehungeil at 1 is.
St. Lofis March ll-l'lr)ur quiet and un-
changed. Wheat opened lower and advanced hut rimed
lower; No. red fall I S! fur cash; 1 JS'j for
torn opened lower and R'kanccd lo 65 for
casn ami March; W'l lor April.
Pork quiet: 16 K bid for cah; 18 SO for March
17 OWor April.
Lard nominal. .
Hulk meats steady; shoulders 8 55; rib OSO;
WhNkey steady st 1 17.
B!-k nssilarSe m l Hlem all the tronMes Inrt.
!.- it l.i a Lillnisitatnof tliorrstrin such a ilia
I ' i - Niase i. Drowsiness liistroM after eatls?
1' dn in tlis SlOti I : W hlln llirlr imxlrvmuk-
rt-wlai-lu J-tfsrtrr's Little I.lvi-rPll'snmeqitilly
vil.;aMo la i:otiilp;iiln :i riirlmr and pruvi uilnr
t ils nniiovhi'f complaint whila ihey oImi torr.s
1 1 lorlcr. 1 1 t io rlouurh sllmiilals tho liv r
sad regulate the bowels Kna II Ihe euly curud
Aclis they wnnld bt alrnnit prlrtfoas to thnw who
Suit r from Hits ditro(lng tnmplslnt ; tint form-
tiuldy '.heir gnodncM does not end here anil thnra
Who onro try tlicm will flml llieso Ittlln pills rain
slilo In to many ays that they will not b nUUu
to do without Ukui. UutaiurallalckBsait
la ths ban of so nuny Urn that hrn la whore w
lunke car grout IwwU Our Lille sure It while
Ur do in t.
drier's Littlo IItt Pills m very ran tnd
yprysnsytotak. Oni fir two pUls ni6n a ilowt
They am sirlcily nrt.icls and donot rrlrwoe
jioron nut by IIm W gvnil. aetlua pksiM all whn
JiMlrH-m. Invlilsalsacniiai dvafr(L Boat
V drmuilsts evurjwlicr or asut by BiaiL
CJkUXEIQi SimjlCINK CO-
nw Tsrk tkjs
arfold at whnlesala by WUlUa. TjUI irer A
Walker Pallas Tex.
"111 ! Is li1 1 ! I?! '-
H I U ' 1 l li I.
WE HAVE A FDLL 8TUOK OH
Whitewater Light Draft Coycrnincnt Standard Wagons
Milhurn Farm and Sprlna; Wagom
CALDWELL CELEBRATED FARM WAGONS.
"Write for Circulars Estimates and Testimonials .
'11- V. TOMPKINS-
Corner Commerce and Lamar Streets -. . DALLAS TEXAS
Manufacturing; Jewelers ad Practical Watchmakers.
614 AXAXBT BTRBBT DA.TjT-mAJB VJO.
And the place to find all
the latent novelties In tho
aw-Wrlte to us and your orders will receive prompt and faithful attention.
fchis KKTIirTIjY b SQKT.
DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH.
An Important dis
covery iy which
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin-
Mi peculiar lo fine
DOBBINS Philadelphia Pa.
Fur Hale by Schneider A Davis Wallace i Waggoner and B. M. Bond k Co. DalUf Tel.
1 11 01 ImtJVI
sm w m.mm n . m. '
nl In ffi World.
B. M. BOND & BRO.
4Xa Slsax Bti XSoaaloraa lx Vaaixoy
Groceries Canned Goods Etc Fine Wines Brandies Whiskies
Ae Orders taken by their wsimn. whlrh will rail ftirorrtcra. thereby ssrlnt a great deal of trrniblt
toth lioiisc keeper. Onlers xillcltod llmingh telephone or by postal raid. Vrompt attenUon.
E. T. DOYIE-
Practical Plumber Gas d Steam Fitter
831 Mlrif STREET SAXJ.AI TEXAI.
ron Pipes and FllUnss Oss Fixtures Lead Pipes Pheet t.esd foree and
Tubs Wash Hianda Wster tllmoia t'rlnala Rublier Hons llydranta. Ukib
lop ( orks. Hum Cntipllnn and Drive Wells. Telephone your Aider.
fl.lern I'ninns. Halli
V III HIT.'H Cllll
ltt Hill ta
Itmt PftllM Ttui
"NEW HOME" SEWING EiOHm
Has more Impmyementa than alt other wln Marhlnes combined and
npunes fur "hlmpllclly" "DnrablUty" and 't'siiaeliy." II will ant but
any oilier mschlnm It's wrklii bart belua: of Snef It la almost
w 11.11.e1r.il 1 11 ia me nsnoxime.i tun nern nnuhpil marhlne msnniwtun-1;
A warrsnted nr "fly years" with more allw hinents lima arafurnlnhed wok
11 viu iy you wu to loot at ana tuy"w hum a' at Ta7 u
IOKH A BfAKir Oarl AfU
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