The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 73, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 14, 1883 Page: 8 of 8

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ONE HUNDRED TUBS
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BUTTER
JOiT RECEIVED AT
I0EB & EEKBERG'S
TO THE LADIES
Tonr attention li called to the fct that y
pan Mb aunnuVd on short notice with Hath U
derwe . r aud all kinds of Millinery liooda at very
low price by calling on
Mm. S. CHESTNUT
KfitDonr to Oram'i Jewelry fa to re. Elm It.
MTOuly Lady Clerks employe!
W. II. PATTERSON & CO
Prescription
DRUGGISTS
COKSER MAIN.AXD LA AH.
Opm night and day. No trouble to answer
sight bell. Largest assortment 01 fancy Goods
in uie city.
HICKOX
TBI
DRUGGIST
No. 60S MAIN STREET.
Gives Special Attention to Preficrlptioiis
LOCAL NEWS.
THE TEXAS LAND AMD MORTGAGE CO.
OV LONDON
This company is prepared to loan money
t reasonable rates of interest at from one
to fire years time secured by deed of trust
on improved lands. It will also negotiate
county municipal . railroad and other
bonds and act as agents for non-residents.
All communications should be addressed to
C. . Welleslky
General 1 Manager Office G05 Main stree'
Ttallas Teias.
Lcsiukr We have the largest and best
assorted stock: of lumber in the market nd
will at ail times fowpete In prices. Come
and tee us before ptjasing. Yard ccar
JlSWd Oil Company
CiBirrlms .& Cowskr.
FINE VALENTINES AT.D tW''
oveITtiik CITY.
Eeokwear at Btiuruan a.
Fine maple sugar at Bonche's.
Fish' and oysters at Douche's.
Another hard rain fell yesterday.
Caperan & Bond are the.boss grocers.
Merchant's lunch all day at the "Olllce."
Go to Harris' book-stoie and get your
Valentines.
Fine groceries at low prices at Caporan it
Bond's.
Thomas Burke was sent to tho city hos-
pital yesterday.
Fresh groceries at Bonche's opposiet
Hebald.
Fresh fish crabs and shrimps on hand a
the Deimonico.
J. T. Hay keeps ail kinds of drugs at
306 Elm street. .
A reward of $50 to any party that can
beat the Deimonico oysters.
This is St. Valentine's day when people
Send tokens of love and sarcasm.
Will begin to spread on Monday the finest
. i.f ( II a oltw nf lli'A ''f 111! rw "
Ollioo
Buy your groceries of Capcrnn A Bond.
See their low rates iu advertisement.
II. F. Trevelick lectured at Mayers' hall
Inst evening on "Labor and its Wrongs."
The visitors from this city to the Mardi
Gros festivities at New Orleans are return-
ing home.
The members of the Dallas Social club aro
hereby notilled to meet at Dexter & I ergu-
sou's office at 7;3U sharp.
Tlm minl-iinlnsliprs nr hanlw when tho
animals ihcv are driving or ruling splatter
mud all over the indignant pedestrian.
All the members of the Sunflower mins-
trels arc requested to attend a meeting at
tho Y. M. H. A. hall to-night. Important
business.
Joseph Moore got so drunk that the town
could not hold him but the station-house
did and Justice Edwards popped it to him
to the tunc of one dollar and cost.
If yon wish your fish oj-Bters vegetables
or fruits ol any kind however rare for the
season they w ill be delivered free oil a tele-
phone to the Deimonico restaurant.
Go to Doyle's 705 -F-lm street and see
those imported water-filters guaranteed to
remove all lime lead sewage and other
impurities from cistern well or river water.
!J. C. Bu9sell an old itinerant preacher
rora South Carolina has opened a family
grocery store 1-V7 Elm street and solicits
he patronago of the people of the city and
country.
George Frank while coupling cars 'n tho
east Dallas yard of the Texas A. I'acilic
road yesterday was carjght betweon the
cars and severely though not seriously in-
jured. Really Bryan & Bradshaw F.Ira street
have the best assorted stid one ot the largest
stocks oi the best groceries ever brought to
Dallas aim they are giving groceries away
to all who apply with a little money.
The lewelrv establishment of Mr. F. II.
I'nge U33 Main street is being enlarged re
lated and so improved mat it win in a lew
days be onooi the prettiest nnd most at'
tractive places of the kind la Dallas.
Parties visiting St. Lonis should calton
Fred. Maniret. ticket broker corner Filth
and Chestnut streets. He sella tickets to
all points at reduced rates and also buys
tickets at highest market prices.
Mr T. Goldbeck a deputy t utted States
marshal from West Virginia was on the 10
o'clock mixed Texas A l'scttlc train yester-
day morning He bad a pair of hand-cuffs
in his pocket but who be was after the re
porter couiu not learn
MIib Maggie Morgan the girl who at-
tracted much attention lately by reason ol
an accupatiou of burglary made against
uer at tort worm arrived yesterday. It
Is understood that she take service as
I I.L - . l I
uouse gin wiiu a lainiiy iu ima ouy.
The committees of the charity ball and
concert by cull ol the chairman will meet
at the city hall at 7 o'clock thisevenlng.for
the purpote of making a final report Tho
chairman wants every body who is interested
in the distribution of the charity iuud trura
tuiasonrce to be present.
Vnited8tates Marshal Walter Smith of
Denver Colorado who pass-d through the
city on Monday en route for Docatur to
identity Hears the mail robber will bring
him before Judse MoCormick. o: the Fed.
tral court here and get commitment to
take htm to Leadville.
Considerable interest manifested. As the
Urn draws nearer and Dearer towards the
distribution of theGrand Tiano Silver Tea
Servic aud Ladies Dressing Case by
Keiudhanit the clothier lh interest as to
who the lucky recipient will he increase
and Koinhartit'tpopularcloMuiiff establish-
ment is crowded daily vita customers.
"IMckly Ash bitters" is purely vegeta-
ble in cmuposiiiou. It acts directly ou the
liver kiiliiMjra stomach and bowel i afford-
ing relief aud a cure m all caK-s.
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ItKMlNAL
J. B. Austin a jeweler ol Cisco is in the
city.
J. Walker of t'lehurna. in In tlm rilv via.
1..- r-: i- 1 J
mug irieuus.
Cantain M. D. Garlinptnn l ivtnfinml In
uis nome oy a severe atwcic ol pneumonia
JI. 11. Davis the Fort Worth com.snnnri
ent of the Herald was in the city yester
Henry Jones our nonular district clerk
returned yesterday from t!ia carnival fr
tiviue-s.
Colonel Tom Murrav. ol Mctunnev. anil
state railroad inspector is a guest lit the
inusor.
T. Richardson the pnpularrepresetitutiv
m a St. loul tobacco firm is a guest ut the
m itiuaor.
we had the pleasure ol a visit from Mr.
W. Abbott vcstonlav. tlm
uuvuhub aneui ui uriKgs uosion minstrels
A. J Stewart t in nfTuhla nnd nnmil.ir
Venus smesiuuu lor a weu-K nown urn.
eery lirm of Chicago is a guest at tho Wiud'
sor.
Keirlslored at tho Kk. rnrin linti.l urn- V
11. MllL'llt. Louisiana. Missnnr A. I' I 'an
nul i. u. norwood kautmaii. Texas: J.
E. Holliiigsworth IS. L. KiiBclinan Grand-
yiew Texas; George Rlclwnlsnn L. t).
Whitson. Waxahachie. TTii II W Kb..
iuu iwniou; l'.. Murp!' .. . Orleans
Louisiana; Guy D. CV ;. into.
Texas; J. W. Smith Hill.- . n.V.
l'ascliall. Denton. Texas- IV :. . ironic
enridge Texas; J. Walker C'leliurne.Texaf;
John McLaurin Yazoo City Mississippi; C.
in. neuu. iwnison icxas; it. u. J'arks
. ......V.U.V 4itiw ju. Plains ryun
Creek lexas; Dr. I. L. Irion and wife.
Jjontgomory Texas; General J. 8. Ciriilitli
II v M. Nwatiu Terrell Texas; George T.
WonUlief Texas; ltowan Orden New York;
a. tiaire. tort Worth lexas: T. David
son Waco. Texas: 8. Knv.lor KlriAnrt-.
F. A. llODllnt.1.. I'.lmn Turns' lira V u'
Wheatley Knoxvillo Tennessee; Sol. I'dlni
er St. Louis; J. 1 Mower Springlield Ohio.
A man is wiser tor his learn i in? ami tlm
sooner he leurns that the only proper way
ui cure a cough or cold is to use Dr Bull's
Cough Syrup the better he is oil'.
Juilga William Lewis.
J udga William Lewis whose death we have
ready noticed as having died on Monday
last at 1 o'clock p. m.'wa9 one of the few
old landmarks of Texas. His ace and con.
nection with the history ol Texas rendered
him conspicuous and those who knew him
bes t pronounced him a man of marked and
decided character. A citizen for nearly
eventful days ol the republic and had been
-. ifiitui v. uo ovtnnnnpii in ma i in tin
ciau ii me union as long as Texas had
iMn.? . state' . llis U:iton nativity
OKI uot tuniiier h!n ?nnl f.. I.;- .i .
StHtn. nml innfrut.t.l ' .
Mfure by participation in the political nci-
tntio.n! '"' times. Ho received his titlo
Irnm ti.' judicial nositinn tn wliw.li l.n
appointcu by Governor Davis wlio has just
preceded hii?' "crossing over the river."
Httvingweiln.cn reached tho age of man
auotieu oy iiib . caiti.'ai no Drealhcd his
last on tho soil where ho had lived so long.
and was buried last evening at 2 o'clock V'
Trinity cemetery. Not having a"illn'
lated a fortune bo yet maintain .1 .
pendent spirit and died at his Vocation u'
oft nommily but mavy Iriends l0 'ou n
ins loss l'eace lo bis ashes !
rersotis whose blood has been corrnptod
and the circulation dorimged by foul secre-
tionsthe result ol the disordered chemis-
try of tlio body-need for their purification
something like an inward baptism at tli-
hands of Mrs. Lydia B. l'inkhom wlir.se
labratory is at No. 2. Western avenue
Lvnn Massachusetts. Ier Vepi.! !
Compound is fairly inundating the 'joumrv
as with a river of life. juumry
sidewalks.
The attention of property .owuers is called
to the fact that the city oninnnco3 rciiuire
clean coarso gravel a-J(( llot fianai a buUJ.
" H B1UBWUIKS. dw (W ..
"l.ermined to enforce this rule and all
parties have fair warning and thoso who
use sand will gut a notice to repair their
sidewalks to conform to the ordinances.
Kemcniber clean coarse gravel and not
sand.
V.'e know from experien co that St. Jacobs
Oil will cure rheumatism and we fool that
we are doing simply an uct of justico and
mercy when we assort such publicly.
Poria (III.) Daily Pcorian.
'IheSboolllig ot Humphreys
F. E. Humphreys who Was shot at the
bagnio known as the Long Branch in East
Dallas Monday niuht. bv John Eadon. waft
not ns seriously wounded as was at first
inougiii mr ami tie wasablo to be out on
the streets yesterday. Eadon was lined
. in mo city court lor carrying n pistol
and was subsequently arrested and lodged
iu the county jail on a warrant sworn out
by Humphreys who charges him with ns-
sault with intent to kill.
Itrlirgs' MlustroU.
There was a large audience at the Acade-
my of Musio last evening to witness tho
opening performance of Briggs' Boston
Operatio Minstrels. The company is not so
largo as some of the so-called mastadon
combinations but in some respects gives a
uiHwr iienurmance man many more pre-
tentious companies. The company makes
a specialty of excellent singing and the
electlo qnantette is bv all odds the best any
inland tuiuimny una ever nrnugnt to
MlimeanoliB. Their inirinir nf "Tlm ni.l
Oaken Bucket." in the first nnrt. p. m.
tnusiaslicully encorod and in the olio the
auuivnce cauea mem out several times.
The Bimiinu and dnnrinir nf r
Miok. Morton and UusbpII. tho annrliil41f.a
of Shinier West Weber and Zimmerman
wero nil ehcored and the progrnmmo
throughout was very good. This eveninn
they made their last appearance at tho
Academy tor the season. Minneapolis
Minn P.nl.. Ta.....h1 V. i.-J ..
188 """'"ft Muuiuni iiuvuniuer i-i
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An Open Letter.
Dallas Feb. 13 18S3-MV Drab With
regret i address you. The oyster supper
appointed for this evening by the Presby.
ivimu muien nua ueeu nnsiponea 1111111 llie
evening ol Thursday February 1ith. On
that evening H it is not pouring down rain
or If for no othor reason It ia absolutely
Impossible to go I should feel much fa
vored to havo your company. You know
mere in no great loss witnnut somo small
gain those proverbial fostival oysters will
have a little more tlm to prow. Ilcmcm-
ber three things: T'm time Is Thursday
evening; the place thu Hkhup building'
uv vawn nvn.
Yours very a.U. - matoly
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Notice of ltemovat.
Mr. John F. llarbler. tba wnll.L-nnn.
veiretable man.hai removed Irnm lia i.ni
near thennat-olnue.to the LeG rand market!
corner of Main and Market streets. Goods
ueuvvreu pruuipiiy
l u n notlce ls important for only
i r KM BrRVel wm 'ake a decent
woiK iu -et weotber while the sand onlv
Ki:iT.ffiilno I il 'I'l...
THE DALLAS HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 14 18S3.
LOCATED AT LAST.
Tlm FropoacU Federal Ilalldlug la to bo at
tho 8uuUiat Corner or Mala and Ervay
Stroeta.
In the words of that familiar old hymn
Tis done; the great transactions done.
The commission appointed by the govern
nient to locate the proposed Federal build'
ing have after enduring trials aud tribula'
tions that would put the hero of Job
Buuyan'a l'ilgrims Progress to shame lc-
cocaieu inesaiiie l. e. two ot thorn have
recommended the lot at the southeast cor-
ner ot Main and Ervay streets put in by
Hondas A Danover at $inuO which is 1.1'
oy -') leet as a suitable site while one hs
nameii wbal is known as the McCov block
-mux-iiu leet situated at the southea
nf 1. 1 1 .
ui uuiuiuerce aim i.amiir Bireei.. uJu
whicn was put in at $10oX as tho best
place in his judgment for the location of the
building. The com mission was composed
of J udge C. V. Biuklt y ol Sherman Judire
jjuiarH oi tvauiman aim t;ptain J. 1'.
Smith of Fort Worth all of whom are well
anown as gentlemen of ability and integ
i;iy. i iie urst nvo commissioners men
u'Hieu lavored tne lornier site or some
P'ace in that immediate vicinity
winie the last iinniiil rvnru.i
the latter and hence there
nas virtually a majority and minority re-
port forwarded to the treasury department
at Washington City. It is the general im-
pression that the maioritv rnnnrt will ha
accepted by the government. This is a vic-
vory oi iue "up-lown" over the "down'
. lnwu auu some wuo were lelt on
mo location do not like it very much. Tin
commission labored zealously and beard
ia lentiy not only those who put in
bids. bllt Iirnitnrt.v-nurnnra fvunnr.il.
ly Who interested themselves
in me locution of tlm in din.
The location annem-a tn lllPAt. vrilll irnnarul
tuvor though had it been a block further
nesiwaru. 1L won d iiavh ham iam cuia.
factory to the general public; yet the com-
mission did what they deemed the best and
lithe CUV-extends euxtanir.l nu riin
within the next two years as iu the last two
it will not he out of the way. When the
ireusury uepariment is neara from and the
lcgis ature coulirms the sale work on the
building will begin. The commissioners
iuh msi evening tor their ronpective homes.
in
Forging Ahead of All Competition.
UUO (4 the moat nrnniimliulmii inu nln.. In
tills entire section is Mr. F. It. 1'uge whose
establishment is located at (JUS Main street
una cny. lie lias hart on experience ot
iriy years in the business among the
wholesale dealers in the eiisti.rn ritii. n.i
cannot be exoellod in Texas in buying and
handling diamonds. He is now making a
specialty oi watches Bud watch repairing
having recontly secured in this department
the services of Mr. J. H. Phillips lately
with Messrs. Kneplly t Son. All kinds of
lewelrv are made tn nrilnr nni iinoii;..
...1...I..HUO ouu (jrei luua Hiones is maue
a special feature. Mr. Puge's stock of
dlamouds fine watchoB. rirrgs bracelets in
fact everything lound in an elegantly
equipped jewelry establishment is not ex-
celled in the city of Dallas and lio is push-
ing his business with snch energy and add-
ing new features that lie is rapidly forginc
ahead of competition in the speciiU depart-
mcnts and features before mentioned.
n ith gentlemanly and comioous manners
coupled with a most thorongh and minute
knowledge of his business Mr. F. li. Pago
is the jeweler to be visited when diflicult
ami elegant work is desired especially in
tho watch and watch repairing and dia-
mond departments of tho business.
I-OoAt LINKS.
l'iumes tip. and floweis at Hanman's.
Ladies' uuderwear cheap at Baumhii't
Ladies convince yourselves belore you
purchase at Baaaiau's.
Silk dolmansand circulars from $5 to $75.
Seo at BauiuauVi 700 Elm atreot.
Ladies' readv- nade suits from rulinn tn
-
Bilks nt all prices nt Bauman's.
TUe only exclusive millinery and ladies'-
S" it house at Bauman's 706 Klin street.
Put a nice polish on yonr shirt by using
bobbin's starch polish. For sale by Wal-
lace & Waggener.
Just the thing for polishing a shirt bosom
collars and culls Dobbiu'B btarch polish.
At B. M. Bond & Co. 's.
T. V.. Curtis jeweler corner of Main and
Poydras streets. Keimlrinir tine watches a
specialty.
Watches diamonds lino gold jewelry
ladies' and gout's gold chains rins thim-
bles ludies1 missies' children's gold silver
and bangle braceluts necklaces and lockets.
just received new stoc k ot gold and silver
initial gold and siver lace pins John Hol-
land's gold pens and holders pencils
toothpicks spectacles and eyeglasses in
oni sliver nickel steel rubber and col-
uloiil frames silver nnd silvcr-nlHiml
ware llogers it Bro's. flat ware.
Fine marble nnd . pill. t'lubs walnut
clocks ull new stylus with calhredal
gongs ut corner Mum and Poydras streets
A Slorn Itoaltty.
Kosos. kissed bv tho nmrnini nnH
the balmy air all laden with sweet perfume
Irotn nfnr over the Hower-cnVpnteJ prairies
is all very good In a sentimentul sense but
when you como to the substantial it is
something like this: Uho man who wears
Claucoy's drawers double-lined In the seat.
always feels assured that ho is sufe and has
a ueiut sure thing on the stern realities ol
this life.
For Now Orlvuus.
Passengers leaving Dallns on the morning
train via Texas it Pacilic railway get a
sleeper at 2:30 p. m. at Marshall which
runs lumngn to ivew Orlcuns without
change. Berths in same can be secured on
application to h. P. Turner union ticket
aent Texas it raciiic depot.
ChunR-a ot Time.
. llerealler the Missouri Pacific train for
Deuison St. Louis etc. will leave at 0:'J)
p. m. instead of 10 o clock. Close connec-
tion at Denton. For tickets and slccpiniir-
Car berths. Call 011 E. 1. Tnrnnr. nninn
ucKei agent ni tne rexas i I'uciho depot
fto troublu to answer questions.
The I'Hrlot- Saloon.
ror pure genuine llouors concocted in
llm Verv hnut. Rtvln Ilia lni-l.p inUnit nn
. " J - J I ... ... .w. MIIUUII UU
Lamnr street between Main and Elm
streets presided over by Joo Boy losh takes
he lend. This saloon bvdenlinir out toils
patrons none but thu very best of liquors
mm uigurs.
Why Is It
That every business man in the city goes
tn tlm rtrlinuiaM..V hllllnr.1 1...II n..l .!....
from 10 o'clock a m. to 4 o'clock p. tn
Because tlioy get Uie most substantial
lunch In the city. Because thev get the
finest cigars; and because Frank Cauthorn
and Jessie Bantou treats everyone politely
nu una uu uueup nrvicics ui mo liouse.
Candies and all kinds of confections
wholesale and retail. The only place In
Dallas where vou can tret fine
goods. Dallas Confectionery company 712
uuu ouvvi xu ixvaen ai;i'iu
Qonrae' Rmnnle-Hoom.
The ever wholo-antileii ami ehlrnlmn. n
W. ltlcketson Waxalmchle keens always
on hand the very best ot wines liquors and
igars. Kapeclul brands for the lovely
lllUJUt I .
Go to the Caddo house Greenville Ifyou
naiikKWUM a-ViIIIIUOIiai.lUllS Bl IOW rBtOO
v.omioruii)ie rooms clean beds and a well
iippuou tuoie can always tie round
I umlier aud ahlnglra
lor sale and cut on short notice. Correi
inniuiMire souciieu Attitreas John L
uuuvi uuiiTinn loxna.
I BmokeDnke of Dpjhan crow ent. Best
STBLLf tTRAWS.
The beat of liquors at the Glen Lea
sajoon
Ladies' misses and children's hose cheap
at Bauman's.
Cloth jackets and uisterettes $1.25 to
at iianman s.
Kid gloves all shades 2ric.. 50c 75c
$1.00. $1.50 $2.00 irnd tlM at Biumio a.
30uO untnmmed hats and bonnets fiom
25 cents to $3.50. Go to Baumau's 70ti Elm
Street.
For steam water and pu fitting -'l
Hosmer & Co.'s the old reliable shop 4uti
.1111 aural.
Exclusive wholesale and retail mill! nprv
. ; 1
auu .mi uuuw m uie state ai iauman a
i b him street.
U you wish a drink of the very best ol
whisky concocted to a queen's taste or
"straight" if vou tilease. an tlm f;ien I
oaiuuu.
for the nobbiest and he;t anila nf fnmi
lure and loreiirn chairs. i?n tn tlm nl.l Pn'i.
able Geo. Rick 730 aud 732 Elm street
who has the best assortment in the citv.
Thev don't niakn
It ts nevertheless a fact that l. Ma ft) en T.en
saioon keeps a superior brand of whisky
slid liquors ol every kind and the beauty
of it is that the proprietors and attendants
Lnow how to conooci a drink of anv kind to
BUil JIVU.
Ladles from Distance.
All orders will ha curolul'ir C.Ho.l l.l
dress Mrs. K. Bauman7oti Elm street Dal.
i ion
All Are Invited
to can at tne star marh ha niti
Kaiiory tew aim street. Tne most attract
ve place In the city.
Silks and Hntlus.
ah colors tuncy leathers at Bauman's 706
lUIUiBU DCli
All new Shfldpa vplvetn
and Plashes
Bauman's 700 Elm street.
Latest NoTeltlea
i)jiy received at Banman's.
Absolutely Pure.
This powflcr never varies. A murvol of pnrity
Ircngth and wliolcsomeDess. More economical
ban the ordinary l-'ndi. mil pnmmt i n ani.t n
competition with the mnltltudo of low test
short welKht alum or phosphate powders. Sold
Waif-it NY BABIMO fOWOEB Co.
giaixos aa vflrtns.
0. H. EDWARDS
MUSIC DEALER.
CHICKERING
MATHUSHEK
C. H. EDWARDS
WOODS
WESTERN COTTAGE
ORGANS
WnOLK9AI.E DErARTMKNT compute tn
an line oi Musical Morchandiiio. Werehants
n.n uuii iii.een s iow auu goons as tuluble as
iu mi) viiii-r maripi.
(rrenrHimUnco solicited.
rtatnlnmm. fpnn am
application. ' .
MS and 7J7 Msln street rallas. To x a s.
WILL 1 WATKIN & CO.
PIANOS ORGANS
And aU kinds of
Musical Merchandise I
For calalosiins lowest price and best tcrmi
Coll on or address
WILL A.WATKIN & CO
B Street Dnllas Tcxaa
Sttttcuttuvist.
EMIL EISENLOHE.
HORTICULTURIST
From tho botanical ganleni of 1'atli and the
publle parks of Vienna.
Will furnish designs for gardens trim and set
tree llowers. vines and shrubbery and aire
his pursoual altvution toward beautifying
grounds.
Leava ordcri at the Matkot Drug store 81C
Main ilreot.
Jn:i-3
PIAMO
THE EMPOEIUM OF PASHlQ
706 Elm street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Millinery Cloaks
Havelocks Ulsters and Uisterettes.
-FULL
Fancy Goods
UNDERWEAR AIL
ifirThese Goods have been Personally Selected k v
Baumau and our Resident Buyer in New York y Mr'
The Only Exclusive Millinery and Ladies' Suit House in the State
And no House can Compare or Show Such Styles or Novel.
woo ii-i
The Ladies are cordiallv invited. Mrs. Ma.mnn -p..
onally Fill all Orders from abroad by Mail or Express.
E. BAUMAN Manager.
70C ELM STREET
KKEPFLY & SON
Practical Watchmakers and Jewelers
G14 MAIN STREET DALLAS TEXAS.
DIAIOOS
ZZZ SI1VEK1VAKE
OPERA GLASSES
CLOCKS
FU6Y articles; I
"'WflMr.vl v.iri n.lonulA H
s'K'k of everything Iu tba tA
Jkwei.hv Link aud suited tj Vf
tuo warns or all.
"Tnj.miiir'nr
THIS IS THE HOUSE TO FIND EVERYTHINC.
mi 1IMMITI11 HI
..I J.-.! in r nun unr ruui'a com pmio motin ucs. The nt has a screw adintt-
mcnt nd will ht ellhcr tho cnnylug- or bTcck iiiitm.imlc IcmW. rrlec Siiclnt"
CAPERAN
605 ELM STREET AND 606 PACIFIC AVE.
NOTICE--AVE QUOTE:
Gorman SIm Clmcno ly tlio Loaf of about Vlrt iionnilii. Hi tout: T.e
tail -l to ItO tout.
Iilii btiror liy wx nf almut 100 lllconts; llotail 1.1 to 17 rents.
Imported Holland Herring per Keg $113 to iSl.-o. Domestic Holhmi
HorrliiK per Ken t cent and Sl.Ot.
ItiiHsiun SimlinoH per Kejj tto eentu and $ttxi.
CAPERAN & BOND.
W. J. SHONE
WHOLESAIE BOOKSELLER AUD STATIONER.
DEALER IN
SCHOOL BLANK AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS NEWS LETTER
tint and Wrapping Paper Envelopes Twine Ink Etc.
IVO. BOB MAI TV HTHKET. D A.1
W. J CLA It Iv 1
Drugs md Medicines
CHEMI0AL3 STATIONERY TOILET
ARTICLES FANCY GOODS LAMPS
Tobacco & Cigars Pnlnli Oils
AND WINDOW GLASS.
Ko 1209 ELK STREET
rhytlrtant1 prctcrlptloin raroiiillT com.
fOUlMlfMl at all nnnra. rimr nr nlirlil k. n A
H Wlhon who has had forty yrais' experience
in ins urua Dumiivais ah gnous warranted a
represented. Do substitution In any cane.
-13 THE-
HEW BAZAR!
70G Elm Street.
Dolmans Circulars'
LINE OF-
and Ladies'
STYLES AND QUALITIES.
uui iime
DALLAS TEXAS.
RAILROAD WATCHES
SPECTACLES
BHONZES.
Liulles' Watihei
Si.vsr-PIated Ware
Special iiulncemcnts wlH
.ledil'ercd during themontu
olJaiiiinry and row is your
"Iiportiimty to purchase fine
goods at lo-.v prices.
UML'MHm lfiiiaMAat
& BOND
I THE J M. BRUNSWICK & BALKE CO.
MiMcricTiRKns or
Billiard and Pool Tables
11 MARKET 8THEET St. LOUIS.
Will open a branch salesroom at No 407 Main
street liallar Immediately aflor January 1 IN
Hllllardiuppltes of all kinds at lowest prices.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
"o'lof li heti bv Rlvm that ll flrm o' srtin
& Itsii'lsll l this ituy db'Olvee: by mnti'slcon-
seut Mr J fe. Kandall will cnnilnue I bun
nei at h old stand ai d llianki I U li m "
patrons for heir past fsvo'S at d deMni a eta
lln USDC in th sail o. V K NH)N
J. I. RANDALL.
February 1 WJ fe
V
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mirwv . '
"OMoj ; Arllagtoa SaS
B l .
in ui
Pactao R. R. WoinlMlna
3 UumboldL .17) WararCTJ'
orV'oV
Tfuost
I i idre
I Thaw .I-. ..

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The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 73, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 14, 1883, newspaper, February 14, 1883; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth286948/m1/8/ocr/: accessed August 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .

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