Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 5, 1872 Page: 2 of 4
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ton DISTRICT ATTORSKT UtII JUDICIAL
JOIIItf T. AXJLT
in tiir ircisLATi iu: 'JlsT utTSirr
JOHN IlKXRY BROWN of Dallas.
K. M. VAN ZANDT of Turrnut.
KD. CHAMBERS of Collin.
For County Treasurer M. V. COI.K.
For County Surtojor N. KEEN.
KsJ-Tlie Jewish New Year ot 5tf:):l was
celebrated at Onlrcsion on WcdjesJay
B6y California papers denounce tl.c ac-
quittal of Mrs. J.nura fair as a mockery
fcjy-Ilif rii!uikl;liiaAroliil cuiral Iron
Company send their desaripiite pamphlet
of the various kinds of work lltey ejecute.
Sfflr' Georgia has gone democratic in the
Slate election. The latest returns indi-
cate 40009 majority.
tSTRight Ilet. Alesandei dregs Binhop
of Texas will make his annual visitation
10 this (St. Matthews') Farisli on llie 27lli
of the p resent month.
UsST'Tliey have hI anotlnr liitr.:i s
fire in Jefferson. TU rteon hoimi were
coiisuitfd. Loss estimated at $40000
oulv $8450 insurance. Jefferson sccmB
to be a doomed city.
- Kjy We conclude that our candidate for
the Legisliilure John Henry Drown inusi
l.ave mule a very affective speech nt Mo-
Kinney from ihe assault made upon him
ly ihe Messenger. Our copy af Ihe Kn-
(uirer was lost.
Ik-aUeorgia in llie election last Wed-
nesday went overwhelmingly democratic
as willbe seen by our dispatches. Thoro was
a riot at Macon gotten up by negroes who
attempted to cuke possession of the polls
as Ihry had successfully done ou the lusl
three elections. One white mail was kill-
ed and live or six negroes wounded lwi
of whom are since dead. All was quilt ot
ftrJTbe infamous Laura Fair his been
acquitted on her last Irial In California.
The jury in her case srere not even bung
but they ought to be. There is now an en-
couragement held out to every dissolute
woman lo kill her paramour when he lie-
terts her though he may be in ihe midst
of his wife and children. Tho result of
this trial is a lsstiug disgrace lo Califor
sec by the last Austin SlnUi
man that our lale neighbor Gen. John O.
Walker has become one of Ihe proprietors
and editors of that paper. As his name
elill wave at the mast head of the News
we suppose our friend is going to run two
papers like Forney. Why not ? But we
suppose that we shall lose his personal
presence here as he is spoken of as "la'c
of Dallas." We are right sorry to part
with him after so short a sojo :rn In the
Queen City of Northern Texas.
tejTQarrett Davis the wall known Ken-
lucky Senator and politician is dtad. In
the good old times ho was a Whig of Ihe
best ktnd a State Rights one but for
many years lit had been acting with the
democracy as the only hope of the coun-
try. Kverybody ad mi I ted bin purity and
patriotism ilis speeohes used to be loo
long but hie life has been lo short Few
of Ihe good old sort like him are left.
Alaa! for the country.
(ST Houston through the inetrumeutal-
iiy of Tracy will try to aeure Ihe whole
negro vole in this contest for Ihe perma-
nent location of Ihe Cnpilol. Will the
while people of this State allow the De-
grees to fix their Capitol down in the tie
gro region where in easo of any trouble
between the races which Htaveu avert
the negiota are numerous enough to lake
prssessioa of the Capitol and hold it un-
til driven out by the whites of other Mo-
lions? It is well enough to think of these
thing. Let the Capitol alone it Is la a
good place already ani the buildings will
do for the next twenty years.
Joeeelyoe course on the Crpilal q'let-
aaanUy. A firr the signal failure of the
good people of Autin to manifest a due
appreciation of hit eminent worth one
might have looked for some display of as-4-etisra
on hit f lrt. Out the. old love
though unieeipro rated still liocrre. We
raa cucgralnlaie ouraelvea lhal his ririh.
neither benefit Austin lor Ipjure Waco.
H rro raniner.
We repohliah tht foregoing eimp! latent
so miraelf because we really think we de-
serve it. We have been advocating A us-
Jia not out of any love for itt pc liiicianr
t wheat with one exception we owe nol
he aliglilest debt of giatiioJe but sinipty
fwr the reasin that oar abiaaed ju Igns-nt
sells ne that Austin it dreideJ'y ihe most
uiialle location for the Capitol la be
tuuad ia the Stale: We go for the Inter-
est af the good pople of Texas at large
sr are not consulting or thinking aiont
tht wuhes or interests of Anelia Wieoor
Houston. What ia "assetism ?" We can I
S.l it ia WeUltr.
S ' " lead
;a eccnty is taking 08 a good-ljjn
He trca-ums at "r !:.
S v ; :
lit our last Itaue nnilfsil tall front
naay of our principal illliont for mati-
ng In lake undrr tonaldtratlon iW sub-
Irnl af a f rain market at t.iltas and the
irpanli itlon ef eompanjr wlili sufficient
I iipi'al lo bring about litis mnal drsir-blt
' result and make It a rnmplne turcest.
for Ihla nollilnn Is wauling but a little
nirrpnse and energy on in pari or our
rrnpla. Dallnt It In tht vrry centre of
'he grral grain growing aectinii of Texas.
It la at the eroaiini of Ihe two longest and
noai Important rallro.ul tint in Ihe South-
went Ihe Trxaa Ceutrul which cunnrcH
with llie M K. & T. Ilosd lima nnliing
St Louis and Chicago with Ihe Oulf of
Mi-tlco nt (lalveslon and the great Texas
and I'hcIIIj Road eonucoilng the llan
i lo and I'acifio Oceans. Thus It has an
outlet in all directions East Weal Nonh
tud South and cau ehooae lis own mar-
ket being oerialu of competition b th us
to purihiaers anl freight. It is the very
point above all otheit for a grand grain
deposit .iry la whieli g-aln ffall torts
can be brought frnm the urn-rounding ooitn-
t:y and be udd promptly fof lit mnrkei
value In rai-b the same as eollon and lo-
baeco. When it becomes known lhal suoh
is Ihe fact the farmers from all ihlssplen
lid wheat region as soou as their crops
lie ready fir llie mat kel will bring litem
in lo Dallas for t ile and reoelve their
money and go home rejoicing while pur-
chasers f.-o ! (Jalteslon and New Orients
SI. Louis Chicago and oilier places will
ihroug to our oily to moke' contmots and
Dallas will become famous as the great
grain market of iho Southwem. Whut a
prospect in the futuic to contemplate and
how easy to bring about if ihe proper
sleps are taken at once.
It will be readily understood that we
lake it for granted that this leotlon of Ihe
Slale is lo become almost exclusively a
grain producing region. And so it ought
10 he. True cotton can be raised and in
favorable seasons in large quantities but
we Insist that this section is move partic
ularly fitted for the production of grain of
all so U and the raising of fine stock nd
further thai a grain growing country will
ultimately become richer than a cotton
one. Where cotton is cultivated every
thing else is neglecled. There is no im-
provement of planlalions. Much money
is often brought In but It nearly nil goes
out again for flour and bacon and various
other things Where Ihe main produo
lion is grain of all soils there is ample
time left for improvements in the ay of
fences houses barns sheda ivo. Willi an
abmiJaooe of grain thcro will be an nbtin-
dancj of stock horses mules oxen cows
sheep goals and hogs and un abundance
of milk butler and o. ecse nud everything
a family wants lo liveell n')d comfort-
ably acd happily. Wo say Ihen let Nor-
thern Texas be devoted principally lo
grain growing end let Dallas become the
great grain market place as it easily can
be with a little prompt exertion on the
part of its en lerprising merchants backed
by our intelligent and substantial form-
ers. Let. town and country net together
for each is equally interested. Now is
the lime for action. Dollaa has taken the
start of her eietur tonna in this favored
section and with Ihe proper attention and
the nicessary work she can keep ahead
of all competitor with her advantages
natural and artificial. With her central
positiou and her railroads and united ex-
ertions wisely direoted slio will always
bo the Queen city of Northern Texas. If
sho fails it will be the fault of her people.
Erag and Bluster.
Although Col. Oillespie is aid lo have
retired from the Houston L'uion ihat rad
ical paper Is still conducted on ihe slap
dash principlo of blowing and bragging
without any regard to that old fashioned
personage who was said to reside in the
hot loin of a well. Its ats.rtions about the .
Slo'e Capitol and the prospeols ot Hous-
ton for gelling it are as' extraordinary as
Its boastings before the last Congression-
al eleelioD. One would think the valiaul
Colonel was still at his post instead ot
making florid speeches for Grant. In Hi
Sept. 3'Jth number we arc told the who'
Slate nearly is for Houston. Every couu
ly on the east from the Oulf to Jcffereon
All the ennntinr on the line of Ihe Cen
Iral Railroad from the Hub to Red River
Dsh! ''Tell that to the marines" The
couutiet of Dallas Tarrant Kaufman
Dcnlon Collin Orayton Ccoke Fanniu
Lamar and Red River will be almost a
unit'for Austin urlc&s Tracy mikes the
radicals rote for Houston as ho will try
Rut wo do not thii.k that Thomas of the
McKinney Messenger can be ruled by
him though we see he has been working
on Ihe Sherman Tatriot. The bragging
and bluster of the Houston Union will
not do. The people of Texas are loo sharp
to be hoodwinked by Tracy and led iuto
additional taxation and trouble at this
time when tbey are suffering so severely
from radical misrule. The one great
thing to be thought of now it to get clear
of Davis and Tracy and of the enormous
burdens they have laslencd on our backs.
The pe.ple's attention must not be drawn
off from this the most important mutter
The Capilul of Texas was nt Houston
Then it was Ihe good peoplo there inlent
on trade and with fine mercantile pros
pro's were eo annoyed by the throng of
government officials who headed by the
ia mortal Sam Houston used to have high
old timet over and over that they set lo
work lo get rid of them and actually suc
ceeded In effecting the removal of llie gov
ernment to Washington. Ask tome of
Ihe old settlers about it and how they vo-
ted. Wi imagine Sum Allen knows a
thing or two about the matter. Now trad
being dull and not knowing what else to
a0. ""J c'tmorout for tue capnoi ana
lor ir.e urippirgs iroa me treasury i oor
Houston ! overridden by Orady and Tracy
Let a subscription be taken up all over
Ibe Stale for iis relief. This will bj cheap-
er than lo remove Ibe Capital tv eaable it
to make a rise. Will Waoa head the list ?
The mass of the people of Houston never
dreamed of ihe absurd notion of removing
Ihe Capilul lo i heir yellow fever locality.
Honest Webb as hi ic teioird aottieiimea
like honest Greeley came out squire
against ihe proposal to roojore il to Waco
and -aid it woald be best to let t remain
at Aintin. This was lh unbiased judg-
sent o! honest Weba and it was the opin
ion ef four-fifiha c f ihe people of Houston.
We asked one of the sneet prominent cili
tens of that eiiy who happened to be here
on bnainrea for information on this point
and lie informed ns that only a few of
their folks like Brady and Tracy were
for il. Dnt BradT and Tracy have tallied
and Mowed the mailer into importance'
poor Webb and o'lert ba-had to
j in(H. .irjr -jgf (. tV!e
j. . nt ? j
Wt Shall SoortXtuvr
Next week Ihe l aportanl llatt tUoltoa s
of I'tunsyl'tnla an I Indiana lake pla n
aid we shall then know from ihMr re-
suits what ri the relative prnapeett of
Ureelev and Orant for Ihe I'rtsldtuey. If
llirit Statu elect tliickaltw and llend-
rleke by any decided majorities llie elec-
tion of (J if elf y may be considered certain.
If uo tlit contrary Ihe radicals tucorid
in these elections we shall give up all
hope of defeating (J rant with Oreolry In
inch easo we think the re-electljn of
(Irani inii't be conceded with all lit dire
fill eoiiniqueucca. For tht elrcuiniianoes
uiidei which the democracy of both these
Orrnt Stairs are making their contests
are favorable and If with these I Ley can
not aiicoeed no hopes of success in Ihe
rrcsideniial clectlou ran reasonably bs
In Pennsylvania the radial State tick-
et la unpopular a portion of it Indeed
very offensive to tht people to much so
that Forney though In favor of Orant is
opposing It with all his gnat ability acd
influence and In Indiana the democracy
are running Ihe most popular man of ihe
Stale Sena'.or Hendricks fur Governor
and Greeley hat given them ihe assistance
of his presence and admirable speeches.
If then with all these advauluges the de-
mocracy of Micro Stales fail lo secure sub
stantinl victories we shall feel disposed
to give up all fjr lost and shall look only
lo Ihe preservation of our own Slale and
our o n homes. These If wo do our duly
we cau furlify and guard ngnhst radical
inroad and oppression aud if Orant is
re elected we shall have need to take
every precaution and use every honorable
means for our safety. Rut wo will hope
for llie best. Wo trust the elections in
Pennsylvania and Indiana next Tuesday
will sound the death bell of radicalism
lieaven giaul it. The democrats of these
States and all honest republicans have a
heavy responsibility resting upon them
If any democrats in them fail to vote or
vote for the Giant candidates they will
rue the deed to the latest hour of their
lives. . The salvation of tho couutry do
pesds upon their action.
lloraoo Greeley the Libeial and Demo
cratie candidate for the Presidency has
been making a trip through Ohio and In.
diana touching Kentucky at Louisville
where he attended thj Graud Exposition
and he line mado numerous speeches at all
the Important points where hr was called
on to do so. These speeches are remark-
able for their conciseness vigor and point
Thiy are something better than mere ota-
lory. They are as full of meat as an egg
and calculated to set people a thinking.
It niut'. be aduiitt'.d that from- the first
speech made by Greeley sines his nomi-
nation down .o bis last recorded there is
not lo be found a single blunder he has
not taken a single false step. He has
steered clear of all Ihe rocks and shallows
and whirlpools which beset him on every
side. While he has not reoanled in words
any former opinions he has ipokeu with
liberality of the South and lis oppressed
people and held out the hope of reliel
That they would be materially benefitted
by his election there enn be no doubt in
any reasonable mind. Thai the whole
country North and South woull be made
more peaceful more harmonious more
united and prosperous is equally evident
to us. Mr. Greeley was not our choice
he was and is objectionable to us In many
respects. His election will not bring about
all tb nt we desired but It will accomplish
much for the permanent good of tbo coun
try while the re-eleolion of Grant will
consummate its ruin and degredatinn.
Maii Rodder AunnsTitn Last Decem
ber ihe through mail from Waco to Galves
ton was robbed of a number of valuable
letters containing drafts checks etc L.
M. Terrell Esq. Speoial Agsnt of the F.
0. Department has been sinco then on
the lookout for the depredator and on the
2i)tli of last mouth arrested one T. M.
Caldwell nt Carbondale 111. who he
brought to Ibis place lust Wednesday
uighl and logded in jail. Caldwell was a
deputy Postmasterat Waco during last fall
and winter and subsequently was for a
time In lite Poetoflico at this plaoe. Ou
Thursday last he was taken before U.S.
Commissioner Reinhard whan In waived
an examination and in default of bail in
Ihe turn oi $'Jo00 was lodged in jail here
lo appear at the next term of the U. 8.
District Court at Austin in January Dext
on the above charge. The ppccifio charge
on whieli be wss committed was tho tak-
ing from lh; mail a check dr.iwn by an
office of the V. S. Army at J.irksboro and
mailed by a citizen of that place who had
purchased it. This eheck among others
was taken at Waco while Caldwell was
acting as deputy P. M. We learn that bo
bis confessed the robbery and will make
Personal. If Mr. W.C. Coleman wdiosc
postottice address in December last was at
Grapevine Tarrant county Texas will
call at the Hxrald office or correspond
wilk L. M. Terrel Esq Speoial Agent of
tbo P. 0. Department Nashville Tenn.
he will hear of something lo bis aivan-
Ingt. " - -
The State Executive Piano.
While Ihe nation is absorbed with the
peculiar faclt attending Ihe various pres-
ents the National Executive has rroeivesl
but mile iranyiLing baa been aaid about
presents lo the State Lxectittve bis Ex
collency Gov. Dvis at Austin. Various
rumors ot railroad Hocks and I'lainonas
have reached nt from time to time but at
we deal only iu facie we give the follow
iug as aulb-.ntio.
About ibe 8th day of April. 18 1. James
r. Aewcomb cecretiry of eiaie ea'lea
upon Messrs. Uogcan & ilro musio deal-
ere in Ibis city and stated that aome sev
en or eight of bov. Davis admirers desire
lo present him with a piano (we presume
because bis official organ was out of lune )
and men purchased of Uoggan & Ilro.
fine instrument for $085 saying he the
lion. James P. Newcomb would collect the
amount and pay for it and desired it
charged to bira.
Onggan A Ilro. in a moment of weak
nes and confidence shipped the said pi
ano upon these representation! to hit Ex-
cellency at Austin and it has ever since
lurnialied aweet .tunes to moderate and
toot be the Governor's temper while be pe
ruses the Galveston Bulletin and itt com-
nents nn rsae attain in general.
After numerous delays and repeated
enstosaary Rail teat promisee Newcomb
and the other admirers failed lo come to
me and Goggan aaw linle hopes of bal
ancing tn bis ledger Ihe value of ihat
haudvvoie present to his Excellency by
inoae liaaicai admirer riaaiiy Ur.tiog-
gan ibe elder aa affable and courteous
gentleman was told if lie pet ia aa ap-
pearance at headquarters he might see tb
eolor of greenbacks. Near Goggan still
weak and confident look one of the berths
in I'ulitaaa' palace sleeping ears and
awoke one bright morning at the State
Capital. He found Newinh. and New-
comb introduced Lira lo bit r.ioelleiicv
who iievlsv'l him i"ir:wily. Gog-gun
0 -"'. nt' j.r ff if evit
niii I lt money as palJ over la him r)4
lfi reetlpt and return home happy.
I'nor fellow ha wae again disappointed.
The Uoveranr had Ids ohtek In tell him
he tautl wall until Ilia rm! lrllalurt
meeta lo have an uiptiirialinn mult lopny
for lhal piano or if he did nnl with lo di
that he ooul.l Inks ilia piano hiok.
Qoigan a-ked hit Excellency If lhal was
right sod the tlovernnr lold hi in lhal was
all he I ail la tty about H
Now we contend that Nwoomb obtain.
ed that piano aa a Stat" ollloer upon false
prelenort and I hut (lov. Duvln In receiv-
ing il under Ihe circumstances as a pres.
em finding hit admirers have not paid
fur it has no right to rxpeot an appropri-
ation from the next Legislature lo pay
Ihe hill nor should he expect Mr. Onggan
lo take it baok after nearly two years use
The whole transaction wero It Ihat Ufa
private individual would subject him loa
orimlual prosecution for obtaining good
under false preleueea. hut having been
perpetrated by the Secretary of Slale ni.d
connived at hy the governor It Is dis-
graceful lo the good name of llie Slate of
We llilnk Ihe only timet lhal s'.ould
ever bo performed upon that instrument
un III pall for are tho "Rogue's March"
"Still ao gently o'er me Stealing" nd a
few more of the same sort. 17. Bulletin.
KaT'The Phrenological Journal for On-
tobrr hat coma to hand and is ns valuable
and interesting nsiiHiinl. Samuel R. Wells
860 Broadway New York. 53.00 a year.
Clarke of Connecticut has taken charge
or the Galveston Post Office. Tho "local"
of the News hat shaken hands with htm
though instead of that pistul and bewie
kuifeiho General wore a smllo "child like
Fall RACi:s.-Tlie following intrieshave
been made wo understand for tho
races which will oommence on Tuesday
next the Sih iust over the course of the
Dallas Jockey Club near the Fair
TUESDAY Oct. 8th. Race for 2 year
old colls oulcli weiirlita. J. C. Catoa's
bay colt Uoncs d by Lolly. Copt. Wor
reu s o. e. Button.
WEDNESDAY. Oct. 9th. Race for 8
year old and any age and untried. Caleb
weii hts. W. Pruetl's b. Romeo aged II
Lively 'b b. c Hv Mayor Bacon. J. C.
Caton a b. e. Dick. F. Lily's s. e. Alick
bv liuv Dick by Mollie Murdock.
THURSDAY Oct. 10. Raoe for all
ncos. eaich weights. F. Lily's b. m. Lulu
Burkley aged by Rupee d. Miss Locks.
W. Prueit's Romeo aged.
It is believed Ihat olber entries will be
made for the abore races by gentlemen
fr)m other counties.
Ihe Railroad War.
For acmo days past quite a contest has
been zuintr on between Ihe Texas Central
and tho M. K. & T. Railroads on their
lines of erading between Red River and
the present ertninus of the M. K. & T. in
this county ten ortwelve miles north of
Sacrman. We learn that there is a biller
contest between the roads 09 to which
shall grade their line first rrom Ihe river
south and large uum'jer? of hands of both
roads are working in close proximity to
each other felling timber clearing the
way grading &o. It is said that their
tracks cross each other five or six times
between the river and the embryo town.
U is reported the Central is dissatisfied
with the location of the town and wants
it nearer the river to which proposition
the M. K. & 1. will not ngrte. We learn
lhal a large number of hands probably
two hundred or more were put at work
.on this sido of tho river Inst week by the
contractors on Ihe M. K. & T. road.
Largo numbers of hands and wagons
loads of tools have been sent up to the
Central road and they nre offering from
$2 to &2.2S gold per lny for laborers-.
Last week the ferry at Colbert's was busy
for some days in Irnusferring hands and
teams to this side which were taken
from Ihe grading on tho North side of
river. We also learn that an injunction
has been applied for by the Central lo
slop Ihe M. K. & T. from infringing ou
its chartered rights it is not. easy to
determine nt this time how it will rc9ull
and to say which Hoad will come out
victorious but we hope it will prove ben
eticlol to our people and not delay seri-
ously tlio completion of theao two greal
lines of travel to Grayson county.
P. S. Since ihe above was .penned we
learn that the injunction was granlel
aud servioo made upon B);uo of the par-
lies but tbey huvo.do lrred out of tho way
and taken rofuge In the Chickasaw Na
tion. On Thursday last other injuotions
were tent out to be served. And the At-
torney of Iho Central Col. Goldihwaite
of Houston arrived Wednesday night
and we suppose ' business" will begin in
earnest soon if sntisfnclcry settlements
are not arrived at by tho parties. Sher-
Gen. John J. Good candidalo for
Presidential elector in lliia Con
grossional District ir.ado an elo-
quent and able epoocb at tho Court
IIoubo in Hi 19 placo lust 'luesdny.
Wo wcro unfortunato in not being
present at Iho commencement and
consequently cannot give a full re
port cl his speocl) as we would Into
to do. Ho roviewed tho acts of the
Grant administration showed tho
result of tho enrpot-bag rule in tho
South ventilated llio infamous
school law of Toxas and other ob
noxious measures of the Davis ad
ministration and showed conclu
sivcly to every lair-minded man
present that tho only hopo of tho
country to get rid of tho burden of
taxation and mtsrulo that is now
upon us is to voto for Greclej and
Brown. Gen. Good will mnke a
thorough canvass of tho District
going eiist from hero to Paris
Clarksvillo and thence to Eastern
Texas. lionham JSews.
Tho Hon. John J. Good Demo
cratic Eloctor for this District was
in Paris on Thursday last and ad
dressed tho peoplo on tho issues in
volved in tho Presidential contest.
Owing to insufficient notice the
audience was not as. large as the
reputation of the speaker deserved
bat tli oso who were present Itston
cd to his earnest and able effort
with cioso attention. .
The address of Judgo Good was
marked for it plain practical com
mon sonso. lie mado no attempt
to display or oratory buteomniand
cd tbo attention and admiration of
his audience by powerful argu-
ment.' Ho showed how Grant and
hia party had r .peatcdly violated
the Coratitution : how tho interest
of our Stale depended in a great
measure on the success ol the Dcra-
ocrals and Liberals in the ap
proaching contest: bow wo miht
expect tho same good to the nnlio i
from a combination of tho Demo
crats aud Liberal that resulted
to Tennessee Virginia and iiis-
siouri as Slates; and closed by ur-
ging bis hearrM tu vote for Gro-
cr aca lirown as me dcsi iney
can donndcr the circumstances.
Judgo Good's ennvass will do
much towards making tho people
throw off their apathy. The pao
pio of this Dicti ict will romenihcr
hi? sncriti') of his privato intoret
fvr public pol and reward l;iiii
.I'x-r-iit.rrlr.-- X;-h 7"' r. (
1 lal Is fhi I'm t II r sola
Nkw Yorr Oei. 4 Jno (J Thompson
hat tutd Urn. Krant ftelgrl tor recovery of
$ii()0th) for writing lilt war neoid. He I
gel denies Indsblrdiiets.
Jamra I'ugrs who arrived here yester-
day from Sydney ('apt llitinn rrporie
thai on llie nun oinrpteniher the Fchoon-
J tr Lancaaier nn which be wae a paastn
grr fell In with nn abandoned vessel on
which were found a skeleton ertuhed lo
by fulling rigging; alto five other tkele-
loos four of which appeared lo have been
more recent than Ihe other two. Enquiry
seems to show Ihat nil on board perished
from hungei. The bow of llie vessel bore
Ihe name Glanivloon Two decomposed
eorpies were found in Ibe forecastle and
Ihe Captain's onrpso In bit etatea roam
making nine bodies found altogether. Tho
papers found on board were to be giv
en to the authorities at Syduoy Willi
view lo loarning Ihe history of ihe venae!
rresnlent Urn tit has add reused a letlr
lo the manufacturers of Philadelphia in
reply loan Imitation lo visit their estab
lishmenlt saying he cannot 1 e prrscn
hut at a later day when Ihe exollemeut u
he political campaign hat passed he will
lake groat pleasure in making Inem a vie
II. lie closes as folowa: "Ileal very
great interest In tho tucocts ol Ihe menu
Itidurlng Imoroi s of the country and
their development. I look upon Ihei
grow h as necessary to Ilia solvenoy of the
nation by keeping down tho balance of
traie against Ihe United Stales aud in
dignifying labor l ou havo my best wish
cs fur success in your respective Interest
and Interests of all manufacturers and
producers Ihe land over until our produc
tions by homo labor for export exclusive of
promises to pay equal our importations or
Kniixville Te.nn. Oct. i. The Press
and Herald gives tho following complete
list of the injured by railrnnu occulta
near Greenville Tcnn . yesterday: 8.11
Cowry Chattanooga slightly injured in
leg and arm; It it Anuerson Loudon an
kie budly Injured; Dnvid Bryant Rumsey
town a. v. sprained aukle; Mrs. Joim
son'a two children Memphis injuries no
serious; Theodore Ellis brakesman face:
Col. Pride Morrisiown badly injured in
bnck; Alias Pride thigh broken and other
wise seriously injured; Mr. and Mrs. Mor
ris four sons two daughters and son-in
law Pulaski couity Va all hurt but
not seriously; a daughter of Frank Bar
clay of Knoxville arm bruised: Jim lleis
kel I brakesman Chattanooga mortally
injured; Mrs. Bmithsjii Pulaski county
Va. seriously burl; Alfred Hunter color
cd leg broken; liuv. 1. 1). Wheeler John
sou City hurt in back and otberwiso- so
riously injured; Mr. Conway mail agent
injurel in cniroricg; Tbos. Ilolloway in
j u red in head and both legs; T. W. Moln
tyre mail agent small of back bruised
T. W. Young badly injured in face and
New York Oct. 4; Gold 1142. Cot
ton steady uplands l!U; Orleans HIS
New Orleans Oct. 4. Gold 114. Cot
ton steady Middlings isl.
Galveston Oct. 4. Cotton dull 15)
15 for good ordinary. Gold 113jj. Hides
17 fTfl 18.
Col Geo. Williamson of Shrevcporl
lale Deraoiratio candidate for Governor
in Louisiana but shelved upon a rccon
sideration of the mailer has gone over.
soul mid body to Grant; so snyg the
South Western. He accompanied Col
Tom. Scott to California and has sold out
One more unfortunate
Gone to his rest.
The Democrats of Louisiana didn't want
lilni lei. "him rip."
The Sotilh-Wcstern says that it has
long suspected a diposition on the part
of Col. Williamson to ' jine tue Had teals.
Ilis defection takes us by surprise al
though others have auspcolcd him. This
may acoount for Ihe withdrawal of his
naino by tho Democrats of Louisiana ns
a candidate for Governor. Jejjerton
A Teacher's Opinion.
Sometime sinco tho St. Louis
Journal of Education publishod an
tii'ticlo written by Djuress lnm
sell or somo of his strikers hero
giving great praise of tho ' Schools
in Texas. wo noticed at tno tinio
it was published its absurdities
iniquities ana Daso taisuiioous
against tho peoplo of this State
and its assertions in favor of those
in chargo of it. This article
went on to loll of tho magnifi
cent managment tho splendid en-
dowments and the vast field fur
employment iu tho schools it
"Wo want sovcrnl lutndrod gnod
teachers. Teachers of ability and
oxperionco can fi. d roady and per
manent employment hero ; gontia-
nien havo tho proforenco as yet
but ladies who havo sufficient sta-
mina Ihomiiolvos and at tho samo
timo good ordor with an aptness
for teaching can easily obtain situ-
ations here. To gi.vo particulars
in the Fourth District embracing
twolve counties in tbo northeast
cornor of Texas tho Supervisor
Judge W. A. Elicit of Clarksvillo
Red ilivor county .willgivo immedi-
ate omplovmont to 40 teachers in
colored schools and will any timo
before September 1 1872 givo om-
plovmcut to 300 good teachers in
white schools and 200 in colored
schooU for ton months. Wages
vary from $35 to $100 per month.
Any good teacher can earn lrom
seventv-fivo to a hundred dollars;
per month; but I ought to stuto
distinctly that ono teaching a col
ored school will not Oo hold in as
high reputo as if he bad been a
General in tho Ucnredorato army.
So tho weak and timid had butler
In eonseouenco of the publica
tion of this article a largo number
of teachers soon found their way
hero only to realizo that the Kad-
cal school system is a-iarco goi
ten un for political purposes alone
and subservient to tho interest of
a vcrv few men. In ono uiPlance
discretion inducod an applicant to
write from Indiana to a lnend who
had proceeded him to pavo tho
way lor a situation in iho public
schools. Tho friend itt Texas hav-
ing seen tho radical elephant wrote
to tbo Indiana applicant a terse
and pointed reply which has boon
forwarded to a gcntloman in this
placo and from bun to us. It is
short and aweet:
'C Texas Ang. 17 1872.
Sia The system of school a in
Texas is a shum. Allen published
a lie in tbat Journal of Education
at Sl Louis. If you come you. cote 9
to your aorrow. .. -
a mver oi insuco.
"It will cost you over ( 100 to
to get there and you will get none
except negro schools and thereby
incur tho hatred and malice of all
No "yankco" has any business in
This letter contains matter in a
nut-shell. Tho teacher that wrota
it. wo understand has been treat
ed badiy by tho M.hvM official ;
tn t I;
I frv thai "Mil mhI vrry spirit"
w ri it'll fnfikrs peopla lt'ptirata. in
his spli i'li ngnlfiM achoolinnrm Do-
(insa.ho title lit probribly ho under
fiend to cunt tut n flow Ions upon
1 li o prcpln of 'JVxns. Let It be un-
dt rxtoid dial they ore glad lo wol-
como nt all times with warm
liearla and culnlrciichod hands
honest ycnplo of nil nations and
Slules among them ; und tho thous-
ands of sturdy .Northern farmers
mechanical and professional men
who havo settled among us sinco
tho war can attest lo tho truth of
our assertions ;lnai'i Statesman.
John Harris the colored man who went
all the way from Jasper lo see Grant and
Greeley has seen them aud returned
home. He made a speech in the town of
Jasper Saturday before last to a large au
dience composed of vrhltus an! black)
urging all lo unite In Ibe support of Itor.
ace Urecley. He claims lo have inter
viewed both candidates and obtained a
Iho fountain head the honest eonvietion
that his Interest and the interest of his
race is to support Greeley and says that
having gone to soek truth to benefit bis
people ho Is now willing lo neglect his
homo interests to go aud Impart what he
has learned. He spoke last Saturday nt
Uevilpnrt and will speak to-day at Mag-
nolia Springs. Would not the colored
peoplo of Beaumont do well to have him
cmno and speak to them ? VecAm Valley
Ilerraio N. Y. Deo. 13 1870.
Un. R. V. riEB.cn For Ihe past six
months I have used your Golden Medical
Discovery in my practice and in that
time I have tested lie merits .in severe
coughs both acute and ohrouio in chronic
diarases of tho throat severe cases of
bronchitis general derangement of ihe
system constipated condition of (he hov-
els and wherever a thorough Alterative
or blood purifier has been indicated. In
all oases I have found It Ic net gently yet
thoroughly and effectually in removing
Ihe various diseased conditions and
bringing nbout a healthy nation through
out the system.
II. L. HALL M. D.
This medioine Is sold by all respectable
druggists in all parts or America.
A Word to tue Wise. My sue
co8s is owing to my liberality in
advertising. I bonner.
Advertising has furnished mo
with a compotoncy. Amos Law-
I advertised my productions and
mado monev. fNieolas Loner worth
Constant and poismtent. adver
tising is a euro prcluuo to wealth
Uo who invests ono dollar in
business should invest ono dollar
in advertising that businoss. A. T
With reference to tho above we
will say that wo oursolvcs havo
experienced tho benefits of adver
tising. Having made arrangements
with our courteous cotemporaries
in lexas to advertise our prospec
tus and having used posters and
circulars cxtensivo'y now a
though wo havo withdrawn our
agent from that Stato scarcely a
mail comes that does not bring us
a list of subscribers from somo of
tho remoto counties of Texas. The
Times has acquired a circulation
such as no other paper in this coun
try ever acquired in nino months
and Wo attribute it to tho luct that
wo havo mado it a perfectly rolia-
blo news comnierciiil and political
paper. bhreveport J imes.
ALL AS MARKET.
Corrcrtsil weoklr hy WILLIAMS BROS.. fll
en In Oroceriw nnl Provliicns. Blalu troel. one
uoor eat oi tue I'linue ainaro.
raics ix coiy.
Pallas September SO. 1872.
bii.tu'l.. 52 CO a tl Ml
nouns. Nnvy M '
uuiror aoiniutlc "
llnron....H H H "
Ci'tTes....- - "
yiMl'll t( di 60
....tyrlos 23 (4 til
Si Ml (liSl 2A
ft (.it e
Id (rr II
.. rui 7i
Flour IVxnv tn-r 100 tb
vt fisiern.Tl uiil
II Mns fft'erii. v'th
a i v u .
lUsnl. Itnnsl m..
Mobilise Sorehtim Vgnl
Ml If 7J
1 no Ml 13
tO (.( bO
1 60 313 00
uolilen Evrup H.
Outs Vluh .
Oliious. V bush
Pork ftrt .
IVu li.-. .Iiifd. fib. ......... in
Potatoes Irish.... ....fl.usl 2 Ol -J 2 60
it.i.'S Swcfi ftbusb 2 lio ut 1 en
H.11. Liverpool per sscKT...... 4 iO Si i on
Sirgnr.Vlb 12'v It"
w neist f!iun.MMH......... l w s i
Datllled by the Proprietors at Bhri.
slaw. In Hollnad.
An Invigorating Tonic and 3Icd-
Witrraoied perfectly pare ami rre from all fair.
trrloai substances. It ia 41. tilled from Bnr ol
iho niestqtiflliy.and tba Aannaric Jvairsa Bra
ar or Ita t aoJ daslg-Dad txpmilf far easas of Dts
Ftrsi. or taaiossnta. Daoear Ooor aartrnA
TisvYJETsau Ossilitt. OaTARBM or rats BtADoae
Taims In the Baca sort STrauca and all disease or
tba DatKABT Oaoiss. It sir as great relief I a Aura
ma. GaATBL and Oalcpu In the BiADOra atrrntli.
enaao4 lavigoratae the system and Isaearuls pre-
ventative aod care of that dreatlfnl rooerge Fvsrr
CAITIOX1 Askbr "Maasox 0. ffoin'i Bbu
for skIs by all respectable grocers and'aBotbecB-
I CDSON 0. WOLFE CO. Sol Iaiporlen.
Once 18 Sooth William Sl M. V
aag. 10 l87t-M:Coe.
A regular habit of lo4y te abeolntely eeeeotlal t
phyefcaJ health anJ cleameM of latelhret. Xr le
tMtell. Benty ef perann caanot eo-emlat with aa
anaataral oaoditioa of the howela. A free aaateaga
eflberefaea eMlteroftba eyatem IhroMgh laeee
Hat an. I waate pipee le aa aecetaary ta tha parity
ef the body ae the free paaaage of the aflkl efa citr
throng b lta ecwen is naceaaarr to the heal tb el Ita
Iadigeetloa It the primary cauae of Boat af the
dlaeaeeaof the diKharfrib or fan a. and aaeoflta
as oat rotranoa rtaulta ia aoartipatioa. Thta
pistiat heaidaa bt log dangerooa la Iteelf. haa aiaay
dttacr eoaenejitaatj ewh aa aa empleaeaat
brratlt. a aal.owekln. eoaUBiinatlBf; Maod antt hitr
heiaorr hoi a headache auaa of ateeaory in fear
HtwteUeT'a fttewach Vilttera rrtaora all three
evil bt reaiiTlnc thetr Immediate canaa tn the dl-
retttea erg. al rfrttta the actio ef the Hr
teattnee lae caBftbaiiaa) of rtipt3rr In thl
es'lftbratea' preparattoa la ere a-" te cbkf aMtrfte. It
fa n rety a ernaniaftt ar a toate or a aotlWlt
ir. ar a a-Tiae or a blo4 4rwrt ar
Cetbartte h-t all theeeearatieeehaietajadiclne
Iv br.Z t ana po-erfn reetoratrvn. I' le4e
atlt itr aad rior t the art 4 wmt aa-
arb rottTe the ailawatary aaaal f He batraa
ttoi. att4 tirm tmte ta ikte aMaihraaa vhtch t.Ba
tefentty etimwhil tba llw br-r-i thefcerree
aaa cbeere the awtmal eptrfce. KaetNr raannty
poeetrenea wh a variety ml hyatenie rirt. It la
l bee charartcrrieMe 1rt that tt ewee Me prea
ttre at a hoaerlrahj aawdirla. Evpriaea hae
pnreeetlat tt ie ae harenleae m it la HHeclai- n4
hence it m at panmlar vlih the weaker aea aa with
UnetetWa (tuach aMttare are aoM t hettlea
mi ana" the tr4-oirk isleem la tae ImmI
encased t)c l&M la tba teat af
trarft of roararrfcHa. hC:l
TW. .J -t.tr nrf ks B Utib SBSsntsflnri
.T 1 L;n- ob lul erJ-.aa4 wiU ecBs. ov
si bws or oora at Gasb pvkee.
r . V . n v a ' - -
s . . . . .
AtruvaTA Ool Z.t)iti'siifc'otltm
pnaaed jff quit try. Itlchniond
enmity lias gmm Democratic) I
8U0 niitloi ily being a gain on
lock's election of over 200 votes.
fieturim como In slowly and noth-
ing odkliil tan bo given iiMil to
morrow. No doubt of tho Demo-
crats carrying tho Slato by an
overwhelming majority securing
Smith's oloctiou by many thous-
and votes. Great cnlhusiusin ia
manifested. Tho Greoley and
Brown flag was raised aud salutes
of cannon fired.
Atlanta Oct. 2. From special
retirrnH to tho Atlanta Constitution
twenty counties heard from givos
Smith tho Demncratio nominoo
10.000 majority. If tho samo pro-
portion holds in tho 116 counties
to bo heard from. Smith's majority
will run over 40000.
Dasoeuouh counterfeit. A
very dungorous cniinterfi"t five
dollurs United Slntos note ia afloat
in tho southern hlutca. 11 is very
lileo the original and can only be
detected by comparing tho word
United Slates. In tho good noto
thoy are . dolicatoly shaded ard
clearly dofind; in tho bad not)
thoy aro heavily shadod and rath-
Little Hock Oct. 2. A full
Libonil ticket baa boon nominated ;
thrco Ropublicnna and tho balanco
Deniocrutrt. Androw Duntcr lins
boon nominated tor Governor.
fpHE STATE OF TEXAS
To alt penon$ interetted in tht Adminittra
tion of the Estate of M. L. Uoffma de
Jno. P. Krrfunt Ailnilnfitrfttor of the Ratnti of
M Ia. Mi iTinnn dectmrdliu flioti till petition In th
Divlrict Court of DnlUi cuonty for nn onler to twll
n pardon of the real t nmtv bplnnglnp; to laid ec'tite
tti-wU : 1692 aeroi uriand n Qrayiton county Tex-
an the name twins tho liratl right of Mary Miller. In
onler to y the dlt of laid Mtafe which wil he
act'donat mc next term or saiu court cnmnient'lng
MoniliiY. Ortoi er tlia 7Ui. A. I. 17' al the "onrt
Housf thereof In tho city of Daltaf at which term all
prrfloii ltitsriird iu aaid ostitte ma) ojpuar and
make ohjeoiloui t errto.
jgjVitiie Jno M. Lave. Clerk of the District Court
ol ihillM county.
L B.l Gtren nml'T my hand and tho teal of laid
cutirl at u0.ee thin 3d day nt Oct. A. 0. 1872.
jnu.Ji. la n o uera.
I)y Z E. Coomb it i Deputy. 44 1.
108 A UO North 2d St; Bt Lonla
Manufacturer of Wood end Willow Ware
Cordage Paper Hags
Matches Brooms. Brushes Etc.
1 ham now in ntrn tho laretmt tork ot QomU In
my line In th. United Htalea and will tell ( anh Buy
r Jiiiwa than any hotmo In the. Vei tie:iiR rtvr-
mi nod tu mnke It to the Interest of h very firm in
Texas Who arc Prepared to Buy
To bur direct from me I mnlirn tvcinlty of Cot
ton Vat'li. tuition Whi. Hurting. Twinea I.hiior
KeaH. Wr-U titHfe!. Wailiin? M'ichiiiei D iiliei
WrlfinTsi. Kinir'p Her Tar. Utiu inna. Blackitiir.
Pnxlor's Patent Axle Orei3e
noJ-0njoa. fend for C.-.tnt-tpneii.
100 KEIt ARI) !
StniTPil or Pttlen fltm nl.ntit the Nilmf
S pt iinedunn M A It F branded T II on Wt Otnnl.
dcr Murk mnne nnd tnil.ah.mr lf hnndi htli.
yeiirn old. worth $t(l ; nNnone niu V hue tirown mule
mnie mai'iieiij u. triniffl for the Knlr. winednt
hiph un hratnlii collar mark on nerk worth if 10.
or II of tnene ilrllrcreit toJohn IliitTliinea 8r .
II tnt)en north of Dultaia wo will nn MK1. Fot anr
of tlum we will nay a isronoitl'ited pan of $ I no.
T EG 1ST RATI Oft
rnrMinnt to a procliimnflon hy hfn FsiTllency E
DaT t Oorernor of the State of Texan nrderftte
an elet'ilrsU In naif! State to Uh boHcn. cuiniiiriic'iiu
on tlie ftth day of Novemler A. l. ; 572 and eontlu
ulnar four cntierulf veIny.
Now. tliTi'f.T.- I JAniKi. IIKNTI Ky.IteBlrnr
of votrri furDitllapt'iiiinty. hcrtthy givo
That T n-lll opon my ot!) -e hi theefty of nlla-. Duf
1-m ritimty Texn on the ninth dny uf Ofti)' er
A I. I"7i and continue muu offlco oien for
tencontweiitlre day t"niidiyn ex-cptrl) for it1
imrpnueof reirtfti'rfitjr nil ter-ion utiu m.iy he en If
tlel to retrMrr under the lnw.
(ivn uudcr my hnnd tbia Jli 2 ''h dar nf Pent. A.
f). Ull .I.W. BKNTM.V.
lio3-i.l Bechtrar f.-r IhUm ounty.
SCO T T ' S
KextthUdd Fetlow'a Hall.
NhIm SC. Dslloa
Theeitlxm ofpalla and Ihelrade itonrrnltr are
Invited to exniuioo vur II im atuck of
UUX GOODS BOOTS & SUOS.
lATfl CAPS CLOTHING CROCKERY
and Lamp Flxtntea Wajrou Corera Teutf.eto
We haTeaUt a large Invoice of mwlcaMni-tromeiitf
nothua rtc. - nissi-iuioii..
JESTABLISED IN 1837.
- 107 PoyJra. filreet.
A'tw Orleant - .
.Sail Mgajji r.QTTiia Jjcca AngaT. L
Haofartnrrta af Tent. AwnlnM-Tarpaalinge Wa(-
: mi Oovere air. etc.
Wboleaala dealara In Maillaaad tarred Rope.
We won Id call peelal attention totha celebrated
Cor da pa taannfaetnred hy lira riynaoath Gerdatce
Company riymontb .Maea. Aa we pnrchve the
Cnrtar foTOKBh at the very lowest price and re-
slre it direct from the factory we ca oer great
ind Ik-omen tt todealera. ml I road rtc weaann-
future aod keeo contantlj oa hand a larce atort
d atoek of Tent- aaitable for railroad contractor
and othera wimb we joe -an fee to oa oeti-r mane
and at lower prtcea oi low ae ran be bad ta New
fork. H. Lonte. er an north era or weetera dtT.
a ara boleaale dealer in Aaterkan KuUb
aairrmcb hantluf for FUge of all aiaee
eonatanny on nartn.
M AH VIM fintiTT. K.rt.. Halo atroof . rtil'at Tet
aa. will act aeonr Aeent. All rere left with him
will be promptly filled at oor iowmit ra n priree.
I'ASMDT Ml LI. ICR
ao3:ly. 10? Poydrae Ut Mew Ortewae La.
A new and eammoltte rre Hen re la tba South
part of town near the Del lae City MtNa.1 jnet com
p toted is offered tor aale or aenU For tpwrtMtiiara
aisd tt-rms outjuire oi
f:tf.j inn. rbiFa.
4LLAS JOCKEY A A IE.
.. . . Diu-ae Tevaa Sept. 1& 1871.
Owiaa: ta the Art weather tt bele Imnoatihle for
borsee to tut wit hoot eooansvriag id uieoi uoia
bone and rider an the dya mdrertleed to ran we
he thocrbt il rewr to ptpoaetha rareeorar
the Patua 4areo ajani tn ecn oay af wt. ib. j
. Jisy. ii. m c ui r neat. utna.
'. ' CitO. W. I.amn tWrMary.
i. sf. FEhULEV Treawarer.
1st Claw Certificate .
ITn 4i. VsraJ He the Boaot(MlCaBissirmrB
of UM aU"reonnt to Jnha . NKiacev.for (
a laan.. ISotice M hereby five Iba ftB tb. e
eirmlK M Btaely davs apptaattoa srl Bscs ra
the esnaslaenaKr of tbe Beniral UrS tine lor a
Mtw. - "'rt"r obssi.
v. a) m TSejpeo i li"vce baa Is iJ
exeHHgvel le irisslesiBi' sie. r "n
.MlS.rbrS eoci4-a vttB Mr. I
ont..n'-s th. rstai al tl I'ni oa Mat
err- t. anfler rbe trva ."'r'ssvf Lysa. .
T" r't-.f - V V Sv-txrrui! settC i
.4. j ' -'i - J ; . -i
' ' VALbSS IIIAS
Hcccntt'j of Jitdson Miuiwippi
Will gtrestrlrf altsatkin fn ant bnelnase entrusted te
hint In Kr-al K.rateaiid Commerrlsl me-lrre. In .11
real estate msltirl wssIinIJ itava Ilia e-oir.tiurt
and eBpsrlriir.-l asslslaMC nf John lleniy Brnvi
A Hnti. Iianural.ljr and Bill hlluBli Ihrouglioul III
Bute of resas.
IIKFKR8 BV rr.lUIIfSSlON.TO
Una. R. M. T. Hnntr-r Va.tPrltchnrd niHlism;
N O : Hun. Win. I. Hharkey ii.l.iiigliin 11 I:
J. )lrl (... N. 0.; lliiii. A (l.nruwn. Hi..
Pik.i llmllisr a On Hsiik.rs. N.O : I'avne. UauiTon
). N.O.I W II. S'liteiT-lln A Cu .S. V ; T. II
J. HI. All. Il t IV. N 0 Shryiwk A Knv.laiHl.Sl.
f.olile. Mo Illt'hsrilS'in A May N. O ; W lievlur It
Finlay A (V. N. O ; Usll. hy AC" N. 0 ; ll.-
enparlvn A Sns Phllat Harrtl MltrUvll A Co.
I.onlatlllr Ky.t J. B. Hiniau l.mltiKtru Ky i jr..
V. McHrayer liarrodsburg Ky. Uavld Landieia A
B uslness Corre.pnnrlenre prompt ly obeorvvd wbea
post espenai'S ari.iidvancel.
Otllce for the prusent nodvr Dallas Library.
TAKE To T I C .
Wa also r present a tlrst rlss LiTe Ins. Co. and
Bill soon liavv llie Agritcy lur a No. 1 Fire Ins. Co.
n2ir. J.S. S1ZKI1.
ASK & WAGNEK
( Known as tbt " f nt'AP STORE. "
Are now rei-slviag tbeir
DHY GOODS nOOTS.SIIOBS & HATii
ready-made CLOTHISO HAUD-
WARE WOODEN WARE OROCER.
IES CROCKERV TRUNKS STA.
TIONERV SCIIOOIs BOOKS ETC.
Purcliased at beadqiinrtrrs In the Northern and.
Eastern citius witbla the past tM-enty days fop
Wewill continue to recetvi goodsevory niontl
sail our stock being 'ull ami comidfte In every linr.
of goods and nircliaacd lor CA3I1 tvecau and will
Sell ai Cievp at thl Cheapett.
Thankful to our nnmoroos friends and Hie pnMfn
aeneriilly lorpnst pairoUHfre w ak a cnntltiMatico
of the stuns assuring thi-m thst we will rlt.nl only on
strict!y bonus! principles. Give us a r.tl nml exam
itie lo youisclvts. ASH A W AON Kit
lio'J-lf. Ilitllr'iad CV rrior.
Olt Rli.M. .
TWO RUOJIif In n y rsslrlr nre nre for rent. Y
price und fiuth t f.Ari iVnhirs i'tiq'ilnr of
Mrs. MAItIA IIINRIIAM.
Frpl. II l72-l-if.
d S S & 'Mt :0 i
Ono Ilimilrvd und Fifly-Tv
fir?n have CoNJIiRrtl to lis-
prosif ria!l:i of tlst-lr lionk.H
fapprs and ValiialiSrs in tim
Hf.RRINO'ft l'ATK.VT rilAMI'lOV
Fire !iti ntirvlai' P-nf Sarcs.
Annnlril inn Prize M.n.t nt tTis
Worltl'n Fair in London
HitntWvJaLaw ViiirlnJaajv York.
Awardeal H i list I'eiria x.nis.iiiin in ti
BllST SAFE IN THE WORLD !
HERRING S NEW PATENT
Champion Bankers' Safos !
' Patent lilch ana low stoe'.weM. I. comblnnl with
Psttt Kranklfnite. Proof Sl;lint Ibe blon-.plps
as Bellas the tlrlll. Willi P.tt-nt IIIukt-iI T .lium
andOroovedlloor nntl I'att-nl Hulilittr-Ptckeil FlMrijT".
rrool aitanist svenirt-s. nirrciyreritieana guupoa--
ntin..TisTo est rARUBL
J&l A Ilrottrlwny. cor Murray St. N. Y.
riRREIi H Kit RING & CO. Pblla.
IIKItRIMJ A- HI. dhlciiro.
UEIIRIM;. A!!REL Si SHER.MA.1 N. 0.
Brpt Sl IhTit n:c.
Thle nnrlrelled Mtdic'tm ia warranted not to coo
tain a finch pnrticle of klKRtCaT or any Injurioue
Biinvral eube a ice hat l
Fr FORTY YEIUS It haa proved Iti (treat valna
In ell diaewaeaol tba Ltvaa Uowata and KtOMra.
Thouaandp of ihe food nd ar u id all parts of ha
eonntrv vonch for ft wonderful and pt-enhar Hwer
ia pOTifytof the hloo4. Ktimiilxtintt the turiiid liver
end buw-lf.a J fh.pwtffg-wrw lifts and vift.tr to tba
aole aywiroi 8.mnivis biror Hosjculaiur laac-kuowleiigt-i
be at eiirmi m a
It eontatna four m-dkal 1 nn Awiil" "lllfl T
la the eame hanpy prprtln In anyvirepa-ratk-o
ta:a iteiMle Caihurtic a wonderful Tonic
aa novKoepttiviatsIa Alterative and a certain Coirec-
tlva ol ail Iniptintiesi of tb body. Cnrh elgaal euc-
ceeii haa a Handed ila we that it le auw rtgrded aa
Great I n fain tig Specific
for t!ver Qurofalalnt aitd'ik- p Un fol offis'rtne; there-
of tnwlt: Bpepeie. CoiestiMt!on Jaundice hil-
woatttarfcairk IlivriMthM ciic Hvpreaaioa or
8titita Smr ftlomach lleaft Burn etc .
Krgtilate th Li ret and pteai
ClfilU anrl Fever.
StMMONV? MVER REGULATOlv
malsciew--ea.!y by .
J. IL-JILIN 4 CO '
Macn Ga.aad rhjl4lbia'
fHrf tino nOweUrt; aeat hj nat1. otifre
Vttld.il 2. ti'i rti) f r use ia iMritlea f 1 60.
rrtowwir of Jiaotfcrro" mwi 1 art tat I owe. U ft
V. t teoiSSs-l
U - '
Mat -tfij to tt
V-crv-;. teCrBt ' . A fitan-ls for 4haBl
Isnrb !"' -4 1 tin (:."! ibeOrootuta
. !. i II If
Aibo Winner oi the Wagjr of
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