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DAILY EXAMINER
J W BOffKB Editor and lroprlctor
WACO THURSDAY JAN 20
Wo have1 a communication from
tho Master of tho State Qrango ol
Patrons of Husbandry appointing
th Sxaiosxs the official organ of
the Fraternity in this State We are
deeply grateful for this mark of favor
frost ear fanatrfriendi whose lnter
csts We hare erer striven for and
advocated with all the earnestness
anddevotion of one who ralnes the
noble porsuiu of him upon whose
prosperity rests the progress of every
other interest
Wo will t a very early day give
owpaper an entirely new dresB and
otherwise improve it and endeavor to
render it in all its departments
WorttythoJiberal support it already
receives fromtuo farmers of broad
We havo one of the best job offices
in the State and can antl will do the
work required by the Granges bb
cheaply and at elegantly as anybther
office in the State We will always
Lave room for the advocacy oi the
interests of tho Order and tho far
jaers generally We intend to neg
lect nothing that will conduco to the
early and perfeot development of the
agricnltnral interests of tho State
Oux senior is absent at Austin but
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will return in a few days and then
yia promise onr friends his views fully
OB ibisto him and them important
subject We know him well and
know that every Reeling of his heart
will respondgratefully to the call of
his fellowfarmers of the State to act
as their mouthpiece and organ We
promise them that their ever inter
t will be faithfully advocated and
i carefully guarded by him
i cj
The message of Gov Coke to
the Fourteenth Legislature a part of
whieh ww publish elsewhere is a doc
umentof no ordinary moment andoi
unoerdinary ability It is a calm de
liberate and statesmanlike paper
We can fully apprcciata the difficul
ties that the new heads oi depart
mentslabor under in view of the
fact that tho condition of the records
left by retiring officers was very bad
It will take some tiio to bring or
der out of confusioi j But we have
the utmost coofidcucd in the wisdom
ot the officers chosen and soon expect
to see tho wheels of our Stato Gov
ernment woikint harmoniously and
efficiently for the weal of tho State
That part of the message referring
to the public school system is well
worthy careful study Governor
Coke cannot see the wisdom of keep
ingour splendid school iund locked
vp in large bodies of unproductive
l n4sl He thinks the children of the
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j presentgeneration as much entitled
to the benefits from it as the children
offuture generations and conse
quently recommends that they be
sold and theproceeds utilized in the
development and culture of tho youth
ot the State We trust this sugges
tion will be acted upon promptly by
the Legislature
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It w are to have a Constltntionci
Convention Gov Coke recommends
that the present session of the Legis
lature be a very brief one as much
of the work done and necessary un
der the old will have to be undone
under the new If the Constitution
is changed by amendments they will
not be submitted to the peoplo for
ratification before December 1875
Gov Coke says and very justly so
too we think that the one thing
needful in Texas is population Ho
recommends who and efiloient leg
islation on the subject of imtnigrai
lion Un evidently grasps tho whole
idea of the issmenso need as well as
uhlity of an immediato and ample
immigration to this State
That part of the meesago referring
to foreign insuranoo companies doing
business in the Stato is souud and wo
trust that the recommendations of the
Governor will bo promptly acted
upon by the Legislature That these
companies should bo amcnablo to tho
authority oftho courts of a Stato in
in which they arc operating seems to
us so plain and commoUBensolike that
the wonder is that something like
this has not been done before
gov coitii On the iiiontier
Wb hmka no apology for substitut
ing tl it part of Gov Cokos messago
rekftiti to Frontier Protection for
eur tisil loader tovday
Tlio tiflorts of the General Govern
men I for tho piotcction of our ex
tended line of frontier have proved
unavailable The people inhabiting
that portion of tho Stato have ssfftrrd
long and greatly Their wonvm und
children have In on butchered and
many oi them Carried into captivity
worse than death their property
stolen and destroyed and both prop
erty and person rendered so insecure
by tho continuous iuuursions and deps
redations of tavoge Iadians nj cot
only to threaten but actually tried
on somo portions ol the line to drive
out tho settlement and depopulate
the country Tliim1 people aro citizens
ofTexas pay taxes to support the
government aro amenable to our
laws and are entitled to protection
Every citizen of Texas is entitled
to demand of the Stato Government
protection for life liberty and prop
erty in return for his homage to the
government Besides the property
interest among these people is large
and valuable and contributes very
considerably to the revenues of the
government The country is pictu
resque healthy rich and productive
and with proper ncurity for person
and property would be most inviting
to the immigrabt and would soen
teem with population and wealth
Every consideration of humanity
justico and interest demands protec
tion for tho peoplo on tho frontier
The Federal Government should
givo that proteation but failing to
to do so Texas must disohargo her
duty to her people sho must redeem
that primary obligation due from
every governmcut to its citizens pro
tectthem and their property The
tomahawk and scalping knife must bo
stayed in their bloody work and tho
lives and property of our people
made Been re Tho people of the
frontier were assured that in the
platform of the dominant party that
they would receivo protection from
the State Government and the ad
ministration just inaugurated is
pledged to a policy which shall make
good the assurance I make no
doubt that your honorable bodies will
redeem tho pledge Tho Federal
Government is churged with the duty
of guarding the frontier line and it is
unjust that Texas should bear the
burden We are informed by the
ovents now transpiring in CoDgress
that the Representatives now in that
body from Texas hare introduced and
aro pressing a bill looking to meas
ures which it is believed if enacted
into law will finally meet tho ncces
skies of the frontier in the matter of
protection and relievo Texas of the
expense she must otherwise incur in
taking care of her people In view
of the importance to Texas of the per
formance of tb duty on the part of
General Government I suggest that
a memorial trout your honorable
bodies to the Congress of the United
States on this subject might be
productive of some good and
give some aid to the Texas
delegation in that body in procuring
tho necessary legislation Tho past
experience of Texas however de
mands that wo shall no longer rely on
that eourcej but provide ourselves fer
repelling the incursions of the Indians
and protecting our State from their
predatory raids I know the question
bow the frontier is to be protected
to be difficult of solution Consid
ered with refererico to tho ability of
ho Bute to meet it it remains with
ttiewisdoaf 6T your honorable bodies
to give it the best practical solution
that can bo arrived at that all should
bo dono which is in the power of the
Stato to do Having reasonable regard
for other publio interests I recom
mend to your consideration the gen
oral plan as indicathd in BCOtionB one
two three four and six of tho act to
provido for frontier protection and
other purposes approved December
10 18C3 whioh seems to me to pro
vide as to tho matter of expenditure
and to promiso greater efficiency than
any other act devised it is believed
that under tho operation of this plan
tho frontier enjoyed greater security
from Indian deprcdationsjthan at any
timo siuca its discontinuance The
wisdom of your honorable bodies will
I mako no question deviso somo plan
for the protection of tho frontier II
that referred to lails to meet your
views you will doubtless bear in
mind that the weitrht of taxation
resting upon the people of Texss is
heavy and that any system of
frontier defense you may adopt
should bo such as comes reasonably
within tho ability of tho government
to maintain without nccussitatintr
opprcsivs taxation Tho frontier
must bo defended but on tho cheap
est possible plan to bo effective In
order to bring homo to tho
knowledge of tho country and
direct tho attention of tho General
Government to the rnsguitudo of the
spoliations inflicted upon tho people
ofTexas by tho Indians and their
great Bufferings and losses I suggest
to your consideration if it would not
bo wi9u to provide by means of a
committee created ior tlio purpose
through tho agenoy of tho District
Courts for taking testimony to es
tablish tho amount valuo and own
ership of the property stolen and
destroyed by the Indians oh our fron
tier Teaching baek say to tho first of
October 1805 Besides demonstrat
ing the enormous loss and dettnic
tion of property and tho consequent
necessity for protection a tangible
basis will be furnished by this moths
od for a claim on the Federal Govern
ment for reparation to the loscis
founded at least on equity and good
conscience and appealing to tho
sense of justico of that government
for iU recognition and settlement
I transmit with this tho proof of Ad
jutant General Steel made up from
tho records of his office as found on
his entry thero in together with the
accompanying tables and papers
showing the number whereabouts
etc of minute men frontier forces
etc also a statement of disburse
ments on account of frontier defense
and a statement of tho number und
charactetof arms belonging to the
State to which I respectfuly call
your attention
Our special from Austin tells us
that Gen S B Maxoy is tho United
States Senator Wo aro content
whilo in our advocacy of Jn3ge Rea
gan wo weio guided solely by our de
sire to serve what we thought to be
tho best interests of the whole State
Yet wo have a very high regard for
the eminent gentleman chosen
which is not diminished by tho re
cord he made as a straight out
Democrat during tho last Presiden
tial campaign We bow to the ver
diot of the people as expresfed by
their Representatives and will yield
a hearty support to our now Senator1
r
The Governors message or that
part ol it referring to internal im
provements will give great satisfso
tion to all sections oi the State He
favors a liberal encouragement to
railroads and only asks that tho ads
vantages arising from the construc
tion be distributed over tho whole
State Ho recommends that the in
terests of the people be protected by
careful legislation from unjust and
extravagant charges He is willing
that the State assist in their construc
tion but proposes to protect her in
terests bb far as they are concerned
with railroad corporations
Tho New West and its outlets to
the Oceanis tho titlo of a memorial
distributed in the House of Rcpre
sentatives on Thursday It takes
strong ground in favor of the Gal
veston harbor improvements and em
bodies the views of the Kansas City
Board of Trade on their best route to
the ocean
The acting Mayor of jHcmphis
during the late visitation of yellow
fever and the President of tho How
ard Association have both been
caught stealing and are now in Umbo
Tho man who would profit by tho
tearful sufferings of a plague Btrioken
peoplo should be burnt to a cinder as
Boon as hell is hot enough for him
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IFor th Kiamlntr
Mr EJllor i
On crossing at the lower ford last
Saturday we discovered four horrible
horso carcasses thrown into tho
stream und immedir y alongsido
tho crossiug They m Mod a terri
bto Blench and we ttiim id much to
do in causing a team ol ln es to re
fuse dralt in tbo middle ol tho river
much to tho discomfort of tho family
who appeared to bo immigrants
Common decenoy as well as the laws
of health requires that all such nui
sances be removed quite out ol the
suburbs or tho city Human lifo is
worth morejthan the labor expended iu
their removal Will not steps be
taken by tho proper authorities to
mukurll such depositions an indict
able offense andlliua prevent their
repetition Citizen
Jan 20tb
Utrsdens Pectoral liilu for all bronchial
dettsits
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BY TELEGRAPH
SPECIAL TO WACO DAILY KXAMINMI
Austin Jhu 28
Ocueral t > USIaxey was elected United
States Riunlur on first ballot this lnorn
lug G W Jackson
FROM WA8IUNGTON3EAKCH FOH
ALLEGED STOLEN PAPEUS IN
LOUISIANA OASK
PllOM CINCINNATI SEVERAL PEO >
ILE ILL FROM EATINO IORK
AFFECTED 11Y T1UCU1NIA
FROM BOSTON SCHOOL HOARD
REFUSES SEATS TO FEMALE
MEMBERS
FROM NEW YORK BROOKLYN
PRESBYTERIANS WILL NOT
ALLOW FEMALE PREACHERS
IN THEIR PULPITS HARD
ON THE HE WOMfcN
ntOJI HAVANA U S WAR SHIP
Vi ORJESTERriUE IN SHIP
YARD SUBDUED
MARKETS FOREIGN DOMESTIO
Washington Jin 28 Jas L Smith
a detective olliccr from Xow Orleans
having made affidavit that ou informa
tion official documents belonging to
tho State of Louisiana which had been
stolen were in possession of Hon It II
Marr counsel for Governor McEnery
procured a search warrant and assisted
by two district officers visited the resi
dence ot Mr Marr but after a diligent
search failed to find the papers
Cincinnati Jan 28 SeTcral families
are dangerously ill at Eureka Ind from
eating pork in which there w as Trieliinia
Their recovery is doubtful
Boston Jan 28 The Boston School
Committee this evening refused to
grant seats to ladies on tin board The
vote declaring them legally disqualified
stood 4G to 39
The State police made a raid on eight
een liquor stores in Cambridge tovday
Sajj FnANiico Jan 28 John Fooley
Manager of the Atlantic Patlfle Teles
graph Company in this city died
last night
New Yniuc Jan 28 In the re
port of the Committee of Brooklyn
Presbjterian8 regarding tho propriety of
allowing Rer Sarah Smiling to preach
before an audience in LuFajette Avenue
and memorial of tho Presbyterian
churccs it is claimed that these churches
violated the rule of thePresbytcry
Havana Jan 28 The United States
steamer Worcester has gone to Matanzas
The firemen aucceded in extinguishing
the fire last evening in Senor QullUtas
ship yard at Casablanca without damage
to the shipping Loss to him consider
able
Washinoton Jan 28 Tbo French
Spoliation Bill specially excludes all
claims embraced la the treaty with France
in 1805 and all such as wcro allswed in
whole or in part under tho treaty of Feb
ruary 1810 with 8pain and treaty of
1831 with France
Galveston Jan 28 Up to this heur
4 p m we have received no sewsfrou
Austin regarding the election of United
States Senator or other proceedings of
the two Houses
Liverpool Jan 28 Noon Cotton
market dull and depressed Uplands 7
Orleans 8d
New Yoke Jan 28 Gold 111 Cot
nominal Uplands 15J Orleans 101
Galvkston Jan 28 Goldlll Cot
ton in fair demand and declining Good
Ordinary 131 i Middling IS
BIncauils Ligbtnlog Hair De ai Its
name denotes is instantaneous in effect pro
deeing a natural bltck or brown
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
O10UEY HALL
ONB WIunT Q11LYI
PIIOS WILBEIt TUB CELEDIUTED
Ventriloquist and Vocalist
Thursday Evening January 20th
JinMDU
OTIOE
To Delinquent Tuxpnyers
The T x Kolli htvlDg liern torned over to me 1
atulliriHriU tocbllvcithe ux accordiDg to law
1 o ave trouble slid vxpenae dellnquvDla will pUue
tome iorwaidand aelUe vrlibout dvlay
L HROSS
Sheriff UeLeniiaii Cosilr Texan
Ware Jan is UM JansMllwl
TUpLKNNAN COUNTY
ESTRAYS
Taken p hj A C llowlea on South Boaqtie and
rstravtd faloie K 1 Ataaeej J 1 fleclnct lio I
Janaarrt 1174 ono ork ox black white back
branded J Son tipmrkcd crop on left and swal
low fork and nnoer bttlu lelt tar Anpralied bjr t
rsaaTuwuatlM
DltmJBlEY
LTkDUtOurtMcL C
BjJ T Wiitok I jur JanJUdltwIw
Alto taken iiiifcy Joteuh Drahn at bil residence
Iu Irecluil No 4 and rauajred before W O Uojd
J f rrictntl c u 4 twottutkumtut one a dan 8
year old branded l luarlid aplll lu left and an
derultandawallowforklln iljjUt lar One a red
ox luarkwd crop and undtr bit Inlircand aplit lu
rlkbt ear branded T II vu light aide iA > pratrid
December S3 IBIS ly Henry Uoleman and tl I
Aloore at t d 11 If UUIILKV
MtU
era Dili Court Cow
By J T Wu D HJ Jui2 dltws
Texas Carriage Depot
lttUCIIICIl MILES 1iioiiiiKioiis
27 Strand Calvoston Toxas 27
IdllMKIttY CKAWFOUD BTEWAUT
Atlhieu draftViiiinland poiralar CailSKe ll l > e ltury can lio found tholarmil and brrtreleried
eloeknf Vililclii in lb Mfcte We mainfMture and areaxenta ror ery rlyle or I mrlace In ne
We ran fnndih Uoa < he taidin tlmnlbntea ami Hearm made by Ibr beat uniiiifarlnierc in the
country Wtmatnfacliirei riel e eterr artrly it Maton MrnrU fabriclell loal Box llurjr
IMano Wacon HoiWawnr oi We are Palcnleeaor and maunferlntr th Iet RldiSrat lluciry la
lb marka rerytally aued to accommodate two or four littroli We are ali > lb originator
sndiinuiaiUirresorin CUhr te4T aa OmcoidBHay hleUVa lrinpu i good aatlfaction an I
m utilch aoniany bare Ini rold through the Statr We dtfy coniietltlou In ntyle outly and nrlee a
K Kt aworinient ol Harm < VMp He con t ntl > n baud decJSIiaWttw
NIC HO L S P A G JET
KxciiihWu Dialers in
BOOiS SIlOOS tStJCX L X GCftlXGJ
Under lho McClelland Hotel
Austin Avonuo
HhllDlVWf
F
VE STUDY TO PLEASE
Waco Toxas
t ivj and lit livk i
eastland co
DRUGGISTS
UIUDtit SCTUSKV TWO DOOitS 1UUM TU
htmiic sQAitu
Aro prepared to f urnlah at
LIVING KATKf FOlt OABHI
All articles nanallr found In
iDriAs stores
FltRdll BRVJUS
rtlKK MKniCINKS
PINE PERFUMES
TOILET ART1CL1S
FANCY SOAPS
Combs und Brushes
IIANDKBRCUIBF EXTRACTS
FINE rOMADES
HAIR DTES
PAINTS AND JOILS
3E > < vtozst nXodloliaoB ctoo
EASTAND CO
tVnoo Texas
declJDWtf
rpO FAUUERS AND GllANGBBS
SOMETHING NEW
JAOENTS WANTED TO SILL Till
JAPANESE PKA
TIIKBE PRA8 hare recently been bronchi to
thl conntnr from Japan and prored to be the flueat
Peaansw known for table vie or for stock They
trow In the form of a borby tree from three to Str
feet high and yield from a peck to a half tmabefof
peaa to tbetree A eamnl package with circular
LlTine term to Agents with ful > dlredtlon as to
time and manner of planting will sent to any
addle post paid on receipt of fifty cent
dddre L L OSYET
Jantm Iw Cleeeland TSnn
OR SALE OU KENT
THE llOWE DRDO STORE on the Eait aide
of the Public Aquare Apply to
Janldlm
G
FLINT OHAIIAM
AS rmiN00A8 EIXTUBKS
The cltlxeas ot Waco are sepectfally reqnrted
to call and examine oar msgulficent stock of OAS
FIXTURES son n exhlfclon at our offlce caraei
Franklin andlhlrd Streetorer Uarshall A Earlys
Those who contemplate nslns gas la their store
can obtain coutractaof ot and all necMiaryln
formation upon application to cs being duly au
tkorlxed by the
Wuco Gas Light Company
At a Fitters All work done Is narantted
C3f Oar prices wDI be found aa low as tny other
city lu Texas C F FRBNCU
anCDU
o
PEN AM STOKE
PUBLIC SQUREWACO NORBNTD OCOUJ
at half price I Dry Ooode Clothing j Notions etc
Is great variety rry cheap I all and see
JanlDt
BENNO OOTT1J1LFF
A WiTUE BAltBEIlSnOP
Opposite llcClellan llouse
New and elegant ontfit beM sccommodato
In the city Yon next
FltANK ORODUD Proprietor
FR NK 8C1LLA AssUtanL novlTO
M
ILLDURN WAQOH
In East Waco for rale at factory prices with
freight added
J C JOU1NET
derJlDlwWSia With Kelinm RcUn A Co
N
EW BOOK FOB AGENTB
We want Agents eyerrwhere for a new and bean
tlfnlly Ulnstrated work the anthers own ad
venturer entitled
Wild Lifts In the fur West
Oomprlalng Incidents of nearly thirty years of hint
ing and trapping captlrlty among the Comanchee
In the ilexicauware eocountw with Apaches GsU
aly Bears Ae rirllluiu lnterrrtug Seed for
llluatnted Circular and the mort liberal terms or
f In haate to begin work send SI 00 for complete
ouutto jr inuTcnrNsoNevco
Mew Orleans La
A DMLNISTRATOIV8 NOTICE
Notice I hereby gWea to all peraone hSTlnt
claim against theeeUteofUL BLANKEItSIUP
deceaeed to present the same In the manner pre
scribed and ell persons Indebted to said estate
are notified to come forward and pay the aame
L N OA9SADY
Admrof the estate efD L BJanklnahlp
Vecember 1 lift tenlUltWSw
j KLLKYa FOUNDUY
C A KELLEY Proprietor
JEFFERSON TEXAS
StrrPLT DEPOT LCSK IU1LD1XS WACO TSIAI
MAauricTtmiR or
COOHINO AMD IIEAUtd SOVKS
OAST TURNING PLOWS
SHOVELS AND SCOUTBRS WASHKET
TLES COUNTRY 1IOIXOWWARB
DOO IRONS ETC
Iiidurcmenle Oflkedlp trie tnde
Send for Ilcellst
ta County Dealers and the Trade IcnersUy sap
piled ou Ite most Favorable Tcruii2l u
noy3Utf
ti
H
UTCIUN80N V NcCOrVNELI
8TOVB DEALERS
Atjstis Street
Waco
Dealers > PLAIN TAPUD andyAPANNKD
TIN WARE
OUTTSRINO done on abort notice and
Wabuntbw
Sole Agent for the celebrated
IIUOKS I1HILLIANT
LIVELY FOR THE LADIES
We were asked tneother oay why tt waa we JauS
ed Kugilsb lemalo Bitters so highly Our answer
waa and U that baeu irervonaletldence of Ira
reat value In tblsKeniperjcouuly A goodpby
slclan living eight mile froia town eald touar
druggist ttiut Enirllsh Female Bitters was the beet
female medicine he ever iud IDeKalb UUs
Flag
Bngllik Female Blttere la highly recommended by
ho medical professlen at tbla place and aurround
lng country Koeclusko Mlea Lhroalcls
1 ofteu prescribe Engllih Ecmal Bitters ta aj
practice and always with satisfactory renlta
K DALE W V
Carrollton Miss
This raedlclns prnlalne Iron and powirf el vegeu
be UUrine Tonic so moth need by all sickly
female Sold bv druggists
J 1 DHOUiIOOLB Propr
Memphis T nn
Soltl In Waco bj J Illrior It IT Oeorgo
Wlolesalo agent k Toxas
Wemana Uodlcal Advisor only SlocDt
Address as atove d A w4biob
A USTIN HOUSE
Opposite McClslland Uetle Austin AvenieJ
Waco Toxas
MRS N U K1KKPATUICK Proprietress
Qood accommodations for both permanent and
transient boarders en modeiate teima
tamed wtf
rISSOLDT10N OK PAUTXEU8UIP
The firm of Coke Herring A Anderson was dis
solved by matual coneecit on tbe td of December
1S74 The busiaese of the area will be continued by
Mesrs Herring Anderson A Kellwr
ItlLIIAHU COKE
JAMES M AMtlUUSON
m d iitimiNn
Waeo Jan J 1114 Janediwtw
R
O WILLUMB M D
physician Ind burolon
Ft Oaaaiii Taxi
Wtn praellee Only For Caen
Ueblgwlf
Extra Caution
Kacl KoumiH nz of Dr J 11 UeLeana
UNIVERSAL PILLS
For the Liver and for
BlTtOUS DISEASES
Bears his signature on his own
Private Uerentie Htnmp
The public te cantloned not to mlaak hie namu
forilr C cLeneaa name Sxed to Mver Pllle
madeby Flemmlng Rro Fituburgh Pena
Th ere 1 but one Dr J II cLean of rit Lavle
Is Family Almanac pnbllibrd In eeven taugnaeee
omprislng elgbt mttUona every year lened free t
all Ilia uedlclnes now In universal aae are
Dr J H McLeans SireDgthsnlog Cordial
Dr J H McLeaaa Volcaulc Oil Liniment
Dr J 1L UoLoaas Candy TsrmlfUge
Dr J H McLeans Universal Fills
Dr J H Mcleans Chlneldiae Bagar P s
WILL CUSS ITIB AVE AOCI
Only Fill Cents aai 0ne Dollar a Bottle
The great reputation f
Dr J HMoLeansMedlblnea
It baaed upon the a c4aUjparlty of the CaemUal
used In their preparation Ills extensive Labratory
ale lonr linos of trade kte nuasereat cuitomers fer
over TWENTY YEARS supplied bv hie
BTRRNQTHEINO CORDIAL URIIIKaTS
UNIVERSAL PILLS
Makes It aaaet of Justice to von tcWAKX you to ft
be ware fail
ImUatlont mnd CounterfbUert
and to prevent tmpocltlon the labels on the boiea
and bott es shoald be exavtoed for the name of
DR J II McLEAN
314 Chestnut St St Louis
J E SKARS Wholosalo Acent Ware
from whom all of th above named Medicines can
be obtained at card rate augSOWem
Womack 4t Kellett have also been appointed
wholesale arente for the ealeof tbe above medlelnee
T B HAYES
Successor to
HAYES cfc HARRIS
GROCBR AMD COMMISSION MERCHANT
Mogan Building Austin Areas
Vnoo Terxnjn
Keeps constantly on hand a Urge ana watt selected
atockof
Staple and Fanoy Groceries
Imported sad Domestic
W1N1S AMD UQUOBETOBAOOOANDOiaAKrl
Oeodsdellvered ftoeol eharge
Will pe the hlahett laukt prce In CASH
foe Country rudsee Cotton VYsolUldci etc
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