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ffiBaTmNUM 16, 18!J. li. C. Crowds Co.( Forwarding and Commission Merchants. Attend to business promptly charges reasonable. (Jivs (hem a trial, wlJx Attention is citUed to tho notice of solulion of the Htm of Walter Curulli & I! ro. WhIiiit Ouruth may be found at tlie otUoe of it. 1). Oouglinour to settle up the nuoouuts of the firm. The Urond Jury After a laborious session of about two weeks' time, In which they have faithfully discharged the duties Imposud upon them, In Investigating all criminal charges in the county, have taken a recess uutil Tues day next, when the subjeot of the publio sohool funds will be taken up, silted and thoroughly ventilated. , ) ... Arl rod. Fruit Trees ordered from, Louisiana Nursory are ready for delivery, on va cant lot next ttf j. K.Davis' Photograph galery, II. L. SPAIN , for J.J. UTT3, agent. Dallas 18th 1873. cot. Isolator., We have just reoeived a large lot of the Early Rose and other fin potatoes, and also a fresh supply of Landreths Oarden Boed of ail kind, which we are selling very low for cash. Money refunded if seeds and potates are not as wo represent (hem to be. WILLIAMS BROTHER, n3-dwlm Main & Elm streets. Old Whisk T At (he Kentuoky, aorner of main and Market streets. ., no4-d-tf. ITIrnan, Williams oV lira.! Laid upou our tabls yestorday the biggest thing In the potato line that has put in an appearance In those regions sluco the war. It weighed about ten pounds more than our scales would draw, and presented all the external appearance of a first class article. These gentlemen have any quntitl ty of the same sort which they are offer ing for sale at liviug rates. It was not an Irish potato, but a sweet one. lr. J.E.HIwr, One of the Herald's best friend's drop ped into our office late yesterday evening, uud in the course of eonvorsation the our. rout topic oi small pox was brought up, whsn (he Doctor remarked that he was in possession of some puro vacoitio matter a ud' would very gladly "treat" the Ukr alu ovioo to vaccination, ine question was put to the office, and evory man oonuuoted with this journal votod ."nye," carrying (he question unanimously even (he "de vil" voted in favor of Jennor's great spe cific We were all vaccinated, and are just as sure the thing will take as we are ' thai $11), hard niauuy, will buy a ginger ouke. We are a bravo set now, and if the terrible scourge does come, we shall not run because of our preventive, in which w plao every confidence. The following linos from tho pen of the late Col. W, S. Hawkins, of Kentucky, an author, though young in years, not un known to fame, from their duptli of fool- lug and beauty of dio'.ion, doinnud more than a pasgiug notice. Rut in order to bettej appreciate thorn, mention must bo made of the niolancholy circumstance that led to their production. In the memora ble Kentucky campaign, at or about tho battle of Perry ville, a young ollioer of Hawkins' regiment ontertalned the thought that he would not come out of the impend ing bottle alive; having loft behind him one in whom con terod his evory liopo, before going Into the fight, he engraved on his sword the name of his beloved, sup plemented by the words, "E'en In death my thoughts are thine." The presenti ment pored too true ; the sword was found by tne sido of its faithful ownor, and Boon after, through, the instrumentality of Col Hawkins, was convoyed to the gen Iter hands of her, whose name embellished its burnished blade : The bugles blow the battle call, And through the camp Eaoh stalwart band To-day its serried oolumns form, To fight for God and native land. Brave meu are fighting by my side, Our Banner floating glad and free, But, yet, amid ibis brilliant scene I give my thoughts to theo. x The deep booms smite the troubled air ; nJ'"oh throb proolaima the foeman near, And faintly echoed from (he frojit, I hear my gallant comrades sheer Wild joys of heroes marching on, through Blood, their glorious land to free I I give freedom, here my lift, But all my thoughts to thee. r :. .... 1 The horsetneu rushing too and fro, The drum with wild and thunderoue roll ; The sights and sounds, all things that tend To kindle valor in (he soul, These all are here but in (he mate Of squadrons moved with furious glee, Still true to every vow we made, I give my thoughts to theo. And yet, beloved, I must not think What undream'd bliss may soon bs mine. 'T would unman me for (he work Of guarding well ouroountry s shrine : Here on this sword I write my troth, These words shall yet thy solao be. ' They'll tell bow, in this last fierce hour. I gave my thoughts to thee. , Along the East the boly morn Renews life's many cares and joys, This hour I hope some wish for me, Thy pure and tender pray employs. Another beauteeus d-wn ef light ' These eyes, alas I many never see j But even dicing, faint and a.im'd, I still would think of thee. And the, in eornini years that roll. When toeae of peso and ;. brightness wrong, .e! : . .. ..i ii , And 'round eaoh happy hour ia twln'd The wreatha of friendship, love and song, ww hi n jrT, waoss neart was tome, And by that spot a mournsr be , One tear for him. thv lnv.il ,n,t Whose last thought oling to thee, . '. : . Jan. tt. Unities, Who left New Orleans about the 10th of July, 1872, for the 3tate of Texas, will please send bis address to "Robert Oeddes, Terre Hatilo, Indiana," Any one know, lug of bis whereabouts will confer a favor by addressing as above, as thore is money awaiting him. nO-d:lt. Notice:. 1 am about to olose out my stock of La dies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing GoouN, which kill be disposed ofnt low figures. I have a One assortment of Chronics, Shades, Jets, etc., which will be soil exceedingly cheap. MRS MoCALiE, slain St., noxt to Williams & liro, no5-d;3t. One In ore Unfortunate Mrtiio his appearance biforo bis Honor' the Mayor, thie morning, humbly acknowl edging in laohryuiosal style, his connec tion with, and loo frequent imlulgenoe in the practices of the 1). V. fraternity. "Tho way of (he tiansgressor is ha'd," and in this iustauoe his fervent pleadings and fair promises failed to touch (be sym pathy of his Honor, who not acknowl edging the wisdom of ' lencii him to reel itnotiior I woe, To lilitutlia fault I see." remained inexorable to the last, end ing the scone, itnd we hope the debauch, by imposing tho extremo penalty of the lav. Rkmakkalc Fcat o a Cmin. A short while ago Walter and Minnie, ohildren of Dr. Tate, living near Greenville, aged re spectively three and four years, wore play ing together In a room In the nouso, when Minnie s clothing caught from the tire, at which the littlo girl very naturally be came frightoned, screamed and attempted to escape into the open air. uut Walter, with a prosenoe of mind remarkablo for a ohild, instantly shut thedoor, and, seixing the dress of bis littlo sister, so twisted it in his hands as lo completely extinguish tho flames. His hands and arms were badly burned, but doubtles ho saved the life of Minnie. On beinf. asked why he shut the door, he ropllod that he had heard somebody say, "when your olothes take fire, you should not go into the opou air. Staunton ( Va.) Spectator, An African chioftain has euchred the umbrella thieves; he has hud a parapluie made for made for him that is 05 in cir cumference. Hold Arrivals. curroiiifiiaD uousk. Prank Knid Tenia, J 0 Loilil Missouri, Frank ltlggs Mn, II MclntyroToxns, M Htagg Hint Wlfn, W 1, Stuggulid wile, John Juftrles Intl., 11 Turner III, Oil Worgun.OH McAllrstln T.xn., V II IVoMm Mississippi, J W AHhii. N Smith, J T Swout, T 11 Mussly, (J lUbold, K I Kitkly Texas DALLAS IIOTK1,. Win Unties, Win Wtldo. liaorite Rimers Texas. J II Young Ky, llruxton llrugg Ala, A 0 llroxton, II He i:a'alclly,J W Williams, Put Mathews Dallas, J Huvoge Ti'XUs, J D Cabling ant family, J 1 Cloncdy snu laiuuy fia,, nous Ain. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. Dr 0 D Smith, J A Lodds, J E Ilawlilna Mo, New Advertisements. W ANTED. KmiiloyincMt hr Artun jr niAQ who U willfnr to woi k fur I'UAiunublo -ml tii-y AtiiirtxtH IIKHALD OFFICE, Fubrunry H-d.it N OTICE. Mr John 0 HIM ll no longer In our ninnlsv fmm tliln Unto M C 0 11KLC11COCK 4 CO. St i.otils, February lot ti '73-d;lt w ANTED TO RENT. A OomfortubU bonw. with canton sttncliinl. Woulil rent for itt monttia, with rofuaal forayear, AildroH I'. 0. Uox, at. or call at the Ilallai Fouu. dry for hirlher nurtiCTlara. in I f. R. M. TU03IA.il. QAUTION. , All periom tro cAutlotie,! agalnat traftintf for a apvcial itp.ilt carilllcatn givau l.y Ailnmi 4 hpond ard, haukora, to me fur $tbo no, gnld-No, 784, iluteJ anuary W2. Tlie lame luring liwu loat by ine, V.l. KOBBBSON, W)j4, ltrrw ij JLM STllEET I W. U.lXO., l'roprli lor, Kwi eon.tantlyon haml Baimgns, Frnh, Salted and Hiuokod nieuti, uudall kiu di of vweulilo. In their aouaoii, v I- ill dilui o JjlSSOLUTlON, Notics la hereby glion that the co-partnorahlp heretofore exlaling I'elnitn Waller and William (Willi,, nn.lnp llmll.n, IV '...,. a i. . , ., . ...vniuiu . Ill v., iathia day dieaolred by mutual com.at, and that aam utllir . arillll HIUIIS I. BUllloriZUU 10 .ei ll tk. nnl...ni.... .r ., ..w .... v.... ..... UR vup,ii.Bvi .two urui. iia niay be found at tho law o flirt of R D L'ougbanour, In Hie v. vn...n, wl. Hifuuaj mm oamivay 01 eaiu Week, until the lOlh day of Starch next, ready lo make and receive pavtnenti, after which time fur ther ludulgence will not be given, llile Feb. 11, 1H71 WALTKB I'Altl'TIl, vln'i.Uwlm WILLIAM fARL'TH, JflFrY PEI CENT. MADE ON SAFE INVESTMENT. I Will Sell mV HtOre IlollSO. OR Rltn itnyit ntinnalfa Blo.k, Jett itCoe, next door to tlarllngton, Mar Ills 1 Oo.'e, now oc'cupled by M. Wohl, and renied until October at one hundred ilollnra . nnnll, Inadvnuce. The House It 80 feet long by jtt wide lot too feet. Will be lold for J,5O0 cash. It it In the heart of the business center of Dallas and tlia lot e.lona In a short time will be worth the purchase money. 8.DBI,AKli. Apply to Messrs. Jeffrie! A Terry or lllock, Jett & Co nll-dtf 8, 8, Jouei T. J. Grounds g 8. JONES & CO., SALES IK FAMILY GROCERIES AND Provisions. NEXT DOOR TO ADAMS tKNORD'S BANK, 11m Street. - - Dallas, Texas. vt--Dly A CALL. t.i. llh.iin.l.r.l....l l..k- . .... . im n. nf Ik. ...I..H r I..,, - ' . enble In the court house, at Dallas City, on Satur. day tke'sid In.t., at ten o'clock a. m. .uejra.oi ma meeting will be to Ul.cuss tttie ... uiB.,or-iu our mtu.t, lo inter. change with freedom our eevaral views, and thus to produce unanimity ef action of teachers ia the pending educational crl.le viii-uaua inegrot.i.ionailsli are Invited lo be sreeent. . IVMptcKully, Uncut.-. Texas, 1.. ; , J. W. JACK80K. J..i,l7J, t. imxu. OSADALIS X remedy fo Necure of Scro fula, Bcrorulobj Taint, Iiheuma tlim, White Hwellinir. Gout. Ooltre, Comnmption, Proncbi- tts, nervous ueDillty and all dis eases arising from an impure coo union or mo -.looa. The merit! ofthia TaluaWenrnDlN uutt arw ao weii inewa lual a pejuuif UU.1CV i out Meeewary iu reaua. mw readam of Ihia luuruai of tho not Mi- ty of alvraya havlnc a kottla of this medicine among Uwir slock of faxuily C'ertiAcatet can be ereiented fr(.ji many loading fhyaiciana, Mluijtei , and headeolfu,llics throughout th South, endoraii.i in the blghoat term. nt nmi Kitrmi nf Jitaadalil. Ur. IC WIIiMin Canr ofUaltlmom iaya "he haa ill d it n cases of Hero. uia anil oinitruktuos wita uuen wt laotion. lr. T. C. tVich of DaltlraoM.re. commends it V ail poraona sulferiiig wim disoaaeu n.oou, sitying 11 ll eu lierior to any preparation he has ever mod. JleT. Dwbner nll of the BalnV moro m. Lonivrencv buutn lays no baa been so much benefitted by itiuie that he cheerfully recommend! it to 11 his rrlonil! and acqiiaintaneoi. Craven ib Co.. DrurEbu, at Oor. dnnivllle, Va,, nay it never haa failed to give satisfaction. Mm'l W. McFBiIilen, Murfroea. bora, Toouesaeo, iaya it cured him ol Uliauinatism whou all elae failed. Koeadalia lanottaocrctqiiaok nrnv aration, its ingredients are published on every package. Show it to your Physician and he will tell you it is Icnuiimsed of tlie strongest alteratives that exist, and is an excellent Blood Purifier. Did our snaco admit we oald give you testimonials front every State In the Seuth and front persons known to every man, woman iiu cuiiu inner personally ur uy roi" utatlon. Uosudalij is told by all Druggists. CLEMENTS t Co., I?At,Tioin, Suit I'rcprittort, JOnN P. HENRY, No. 8 Coujcgk Flags, 'tt i"ori. Wlioltiall Jpnt Why Kndure What is Cnronble f "What can't be cured mint be endured," says the proverb hut indigestion can he cured, therefore Is lathe merest stupidity to tuduro it. Dyspeptics have certainly right to continue dyspeptics to the end of their day! If they cltoorio, hut us it is not sup posed that any mtiouu! being prefers physical tor ntimt to euso and health, the probability is that if all sufTerers from iiidigosttoii were convinced that an iiliseluto, I ii fill 1 1 tjlo rsmwly fer their coinpluliit exialod, they would withoouacccrd resort to it. We most etnphaticully declare that such u remedy d'jex Ist, ntnl tliut Its name Is trtettor's Stomach Hit ters Tlie reooi'd of Its success extends over a period of moro than twenty years, and it is fearlessly alhged lluit during the whole of that time it has nover fuiled lo afford permanent relief In any disorder or derangement ol the stomach that woe net organic, malignant and incurable. Tlie testimonials that go to establish this important fact can be c-Mintod by the thouvaud. Htemach comnluiutf tint (hud beeu aggravated by total disregard of all dietary rules, and intensilledund rendered chronic by medicinal treatment or drastic purgitlon, huvu in hundreds uf Instances been cured within three months by the systematic use of thla celebrated stomachic and ut tematlvo. It should bo reineinlMirod that weakness of the digestlte orgaui involves many other ail ments. Iliilioitsness headache, nervous dubllilty, spasms, ialpiUtiou of the heait, rush of blood to the head, nausea, vertigo, , and sleeplessness aro amnug its cotnmltauta and results ; and tor all these the great vegetable tonie Is a specific. It acts first niton tho stomach, and through the stomach upon the secretory and nervous systems and the howelB, its gonaral effect being always genial and bouellcent Ucwore ef t'nloHirl. And alt .tierrnral compounds, lletter, fur bolter, endure disease llian tampur wltli this mineral pois on, uo matter how cii'flully prepiircd. Its ext.-u-sive use has already proven (lit. cause or great and distressing injury. jir.Tult's Ltvur Fills contains uot a par ticlo of llercury, andean bo taken ut all times wltli perfect solely. Yahoo Cucsrr.llies., May 3, 1809. Dr. H'ra. 11. Tult : I have been a martyr to Livor Complaint foo three years, and alter employing tlie best of doctors, itnd spending almost nil I was worth lor dillerent kinds of medicine, your agent induced me to try your l.ivet 1'ills. 1 have taken them reg'ihirly for sovo -at weeks, and have been so uiuch benefited by them that I letd confident of a perfect cure. I consider thorn the best Llvsr Medicine over : discovered J CltAl'ON. Dr. Tutl'a Hair Dve has no Bad Odor. Trade supplied hy H. F. OEonnB, Galveston, WlUKLucK, FlNLAT 9 Co., N. ().; CuNNVll li Wai Km. and 11.0. IIoshins,V Co.,l)allus,uiid ell drug gists throughout the tMata. JEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. JOB M08ES" f'Vi-Ki?-" arttifUMintt cots: .7llttl). VUlmint bwiiutt ' dforor (o self Hi. C(uiirVif fo make greater prijih. Tlie yenuine sm-efa. "moJob iflo.csi on eack jtm'k a ;e. All others (thtcss Imitations. The gen uine Fills are ui.!u, jg In the cure of all those pitiu lul and dangerous diseases to which ttie female con stitution is subject. They modsmtoull excesseiuud remove all obstructions, from whatever cause. TO MARRIED LADIES thfj re pirttruUrly united. Ttioy will jD a short tiino hrliiR on tho monthly period with rtniiLrii v ; and altliuunh ury poweitiil, run I uia nothing hurt ful to tho toimtitutiiin. It: all cnBea of NrvousHiid Spina, Affrctions, Talni Id tho hack and Unit, fa tlKtiaun (flight exertion, palpitation of the Heart, Jivtitfriua and W hi tel. thv will effect a riir htn all other moans have fiiilrd. i'ho circulars around tadi package give full directions, and adic, or will bo sent li ra to all writing for them, sca'cd from ob servation. .'.- N.H. In all rates where the Genuine canuot be ohtalned. One Dollar endoned to Ihe Sole Proprie- ur, jud jiusr.n. is Loitlauiit St.. few York will Iniiiroa bottle nt the gnmiu, containing fifty pills, by return mail. sectireW scaled from auv knowlediA OI UH CUlllCIHB, One tin of ihla will bathe the dnioplniranlrlt In elight above the bliss of dreams. Bo wise, and insie.iTfiuou . usv. It has been truly and slinilllcantW tuld that do nwstic happiness is more dependent on gooddfges. tlon than virtuous creeds ur moral codes. If tlie dogma, holds, the oraele can be consulted, bv a prompt application to Price, the Delphic author of ine veiooraiea Aromatic ptomacn Hitters. Wher ever, within tho length and breudth of the land, Prlco't Hitters have penetrated, every bourn hold has been illuminated by the sunshine of an unclomi. d Joy, and every family revelled In the swoefs of ncnitn aim contentment. Tho sparkling eye. Ihe ruddy cheek, the cheerful smile and happy glance, no leu than the elastic si.d and th imfalirii.o. tread, what are they but the eloqtiout telltales of ome .naming enxir i no secret ilotany holds the charm, no scientific alchemy creates the spell The days of miracles are gone ; the magio mysteri ously working wonders, have passed awav, and the ago, plain, urw-ticiil one; give us a simple tonic, that, by a happy amalgamation, restores to energy and strength the enervated system. Take "Price's Celebrated A-omtalc Stomteh Bitters," and you bid an eternal farewell to mich unwelcome guests as dlspopslo, Indigestion, nervousness, neuralglu. flatulency and debility. JAMES W. IRIC,ACO Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors, ., . ''k Boi m, N.w Orleans, la. Oorlington, Mnrsallt k Co., Wholesale tiroceri. Dallas, Texas, Sola Agents for Korthern Texaa. ELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. BRYAN'S PUIMMTIC WAFERS Cur. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, difUcnlt breathing, Incipient Consumption and Lnng Disease.. They have o last, of medicine, and any child will take them. The. lands hay. be., restored to health that had be fore despaired. Testimony given in hnndred. .fc. Ask tor BiraN'a I'l'uMostc Wiu Prlc. So e.nl C".'rk"BM08 roprUlor' A"t!, D WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 1 SHELF AfiD HEAVY HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, &c, 0osite the CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE. JVE ST., ii:tilu. - - Texas. ul-vl-dly W.G. 1UMIAIA. T.P.BA.NOAU. G. RAN 0 ALL & 13 UO. Wholesale and Ketall Dealers In Dry OoOds. BOOTS, snOES AND CLOTHING," DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS. UKlll EST PRICK PAID KOH COTTOV, WOtlLilllPM. nl-vl-dly. OUN JI. STEAIilONS, Dallas, ' - - To will niactl In all tho courts of tlie H th district and I'nitiid Slates Courts, llfllco ever Clark A Bryon's. ut-vl-uiy JAIR WAKMNU! To all who are tudethed to us by Nolo or open Account, it satisfactory arrangement is not made within the next thirty days, will place said claims iu the hands of an olllcer lor collection. UI.AIttt uiliAa. Jan 11, 1873.-18:tf s TEG ALL & CO., DEALERS IN As and Stationery, CHOCK Ell l' WASH, CLASS WARE, awl Q U-EEA'S WARE, GARDEN SEED, Furniture of nil Kinds, PIANOS, Pictures and Pioture Frames, HAT HACKS, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES, LOOKING GLASSES, Beds and Bedding, Step -Ladders Lumber and Slungles, Doors and Blinds. nd everything pet-tvlnitig to their business aro kept constantly en hand and aro for sale at living rutes. vl-nl-dly 1 1 D. COUGHANOUR, I. 'Attoruoy-at-Xiaw. Olllce east side of Jefferson St. between Elm Main' DALLAS, - - - TEXAS. Will practice In all the courts of tho 14th Die tricl uud I'nited (Mates Court. nl-vl-dly iKXAS LAND LOCATING COMPANY,' Office with A ill t , Jenkins A Anlt, DALLAS - - - TEXAS. Jubn Hcury Brown, Prenident, W, F, Cummins, TlcO'Trcfidrnt. J R Hawkins, Ooneral Agent, I'irce W lirown Trmsiirer W It Ault SecreUirjr. ,L . DIRE0TOR9. John Henry Brown, W. F. Cummins, J. K. I lawk I hi, . - ' ' W. ni Ault. 0. II. Jenkins, 3. W. Lmicau, r lei co v. u.own. . . - .1. '.- . .) ThUcmmtRnY wafl ortranieil and chartered far the lole purfiOkoof Loot tin Texna Land Car li flea, tea on t'oniniimion, Conimimiioiis one-aizth iolcr vut In the lamln or, where amnrh km a League and lauor it pivfn, iu cenif per acre. . . All comiuunicalloniB shotihl bo aIflrenipd to'' . . W . R. AULT, . Sest'y Tela ta.d Locating Company. Feb-873-ly ' qIII! EI.EIIR4TI:U IIICKI.O.U .X t'.tion Herd. FROM IiO'JISIANA. Brtax, Tuxas, Fob. 8lh, 1S73. David VcOaaie, Kiq : Btn This to cortlfy that t have planted Ave acres of hind with the Herlung Ootton Seed, obtained of y.u abut the first of last JUy.eomn of Ihe seed did w..n. v.,,,1 ,D in.iui uiie, i uiu noi g.I a lull stand. I gathered off the llv. acres eight hales of COftitli ...I...... A 1 , t . ...-...i,, u.v, ...0 ..iiuuipu poiinus eiicn. X am entisllod that with the same culture, It will yieald twice iu much as any other cotton, ot which I have any knowl. dge. Itcside.it I. .asl.r gathered. A hand can p'.k 7ft to Kit) pounds moro per day and there is uo mot wast. Irom falling out than with any utu ereottou. W.U.DAVIDSON. Witness, U. M. Uoo. V .certify that Mr. W. B. Davidson la truthful and reliable gentleman, atid his statement la corrob. r.tod by several other pbturera. T.I). WIIiSON, MM. PAVIS. Cmtritt.0, Navarrow county, Texas Uacomber ti, lSilt. j Daeui JTcOaiu'e : Dsis Sir I planted the Ilerlong Cotton this oar tn. yieald proved to be one hundred per cent. aior. th an the Duon, 8ho.nock, or l'eelor Cotton. T. B. 1'OITKUKNT. Tc above seeds can be bad at $3 per bushel at Messrs. SABUNOTOS A MAB9AMB, mivvnaiiuanAmaiunil. . j be-1 3'4ni , , i tl iOfi D7' Annta'VTuieKtt AUeuas .won, aake mmsaoly at work fkar u.la Ib2i taJl V. J. Clark, "" or'a"' c LARK k 33HYi-N, WU0LE8AIK ANDETAILDF.AI.EltL IN DRY-COODS Atf- i. onooin i s, IIAKDWAHE, STOVES, A: KAUISa IXPLEJIEST8 Also dot general Duukltimd Evchango business I Wsst aid. ''ns Squat., DAI.IAU, TEXA8 nl-vl-dlr. A. M. COCIIltAf, WHOLESALE A'D RETAIL Dru ss 1st, Adjolniug Dallas ilote'iOommerc. streot, rilTSICIAXS l'BKSCRIPlONS . CAREr-'LLY COMPO UNDED vl-ul-d:)mo, ILLMAiW & 0., GROCERS -aid- COMMISSION JERCHA TS, Amd Piaiirsik Foreign and Domestic LKIUORS, HC., ETC. Commerce Street Opposite l'ublle Simo, Dallas, Texas. gCHNlilDER & EYIS, Wholesale Grocers, An: Sellers in Wines, 'liquors, Tobacco. AND CISAKS, COBNEfl EtM ANDMMAE STREETS, DnlhtM, ... Texitf. Respectfully call tho .ttntlon of all tn need of Orocertes, to their large s i wall selected stock, which they are offnrlrg at Try low prices. Aiig.lO,1872-43:6iee. w H A W w M 3 P H -! t3 O H 0 OR rt V H hi H i . . A H H b 0 1 JNDEnTAKKC. , . it , A. W. HORTGrf Respectfully Inform, thecitlieis of Dailas snd the BlirrullMilitiir cniintl... fl.l li l . . tablishment on CochranSlreet, expressly for the -uB. w in,-,..!,, ,u um. i omos at tb. ....... v.. uu.,, iwiuvranu irtuiinem in an styles. lfn Also keen, un ti.nit , .i ... slv.es, ready made, with noexceptlcn'of trimming, which he can deliver a an hour's notice, day or n li.lt f . Ilaaka aV.1 ... . r " . """ arniugomenia to (eop on bund a full assortment o Metallo Uirial Cases, which h. enn deliver on M, Helios the .xcluslv. geucy lorinese unriat tasos, for Dallas nnd snr. ronmling counties, nnd an supply them at tho low. .at prices. Ilavlng provied himself with neat 11 Ml 11 R K. ' f and necessary appendage, he will undertake .11 th. tlAlAR.Arv IPr.nMm.lil.r.. l..l.l. ., : . He has determined D make this Ills .xcluslv. oii.inrss, anu rospacuuiv asks the patronape of tht Pl". A. W. MORTOIV. 3'J:trl Cochr.a (late Still) btreef I) ALLAS SPKI.'GS ACADEMY Is nowonen forth. in ntia ....n. The preseutseslon hen February 3, and will con. tinn.four calendar mmihs. Th. course f study emhraees three departments-tho Primary, Inter, mediate and Academic. RATES OITUITIO! PAYABIK MONTHLY, (BCOIN.) PwnAiir-Includlni spelling, reading, writing, gromd rules of arlthustlc, and primary g.ograpnv per month, 1 00. iKTtniisniATS-Incliidlng practical arlthmstlc, English grammar .ndteography, per month, 3 to AcAntvio-liicludlii algebra, slstory, English, composlton, natural fhllosophy, eheml.try, c.. per month 4 00. ' V " ' Students of the hlghir malh.mstlrt or langu agoi will be cliftrei.i1 otiailoU u.,..iu . many time, but' will be charged for the entire w.n in co.nor proiracieu sickness. The school is open ti both set. ; bnt ac toon as practicable, competen principal will be appointed t. Uk. cb.rg. ol an delusively girls' derarttnent. Parent, .nd person. interested n cordlallv iu- Tllwit tn viait (ha ...lu.1 ...A i . i. " , ' " iu,wvi KB auuiaa.. meut, Oall upon or adtretl i V 1F UIBMTU' 2 at g SSaaa. CS j. ..-ft-EM O . 1 u - . . .,n nniin, Bldlvtw3w Ptlncluil. PIANOS AND GROANS, SO, 82 k 00 Ilarouue St., Blow Orlenus, To those wbo desire to Invest,,' this is undoubtedly tb. place. PRICES VERY LOW FOR CASH OR HALF CASH, and bulanc.n monthly payment! of $10, 16, SO and 25. Our stock comprlsos the Vohor, Dunham, Hal. Ms thushek, Zeigter, Gruvosteeii and Pleyvl Which we sell at $200, 315, 350, 400, 450,600 and 000 We have second hand Piano, of various makers. Including Chlckorlng, Pieyel, Mteinway and others two numerous to mention, told at 100, 123, ICO, 176, 200, t!! and 260 dollos, etc. Wo have Needhum's Silver Tongut Orjyans, THE DEST MANUFACTURED. at 80, 100, 125, 150, 180, 210, 230 280, 305, 400, and 450 dollars, On same terms as Pianos. Wo guarantee all piitnosand organ, w. Hell nerfsct aud durable. Our maxim is "Excelsior." PHILIP WEIILELV, 12-6mos. New Orleans. W. M. C. HILL, WITH F. 13. BRYAN & CO,, AT TIIS SlQN or Till JFmi; iSWs- (the Public Square, . Are now In receipt of (heir X1 A.IjIj S T O O IE , Embracing everything In the linos of DRY GOODS, 1 BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, LADIES' FINE GOODS, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, &0., To which they invito the atlentlon of the publio. Come and eee us our stock is fresh and complete. or.tt.j r. u. URXAR t CO. JLACKSMITII SHOP. J. L. WELCH, PRACTICAL HORSE-SHOER AND BLACKSMITH, Broadway, between Main and Commerce Streets, A'ear the Bridge, Dallas, Texas, Would respectfully announce to his many friends' and the public generally, that he Is still on ferro fniui, and is prepared, with material and experience d workmen, to do all kinds of work in bis line. Ills Individual stecialtt' UOltSE-SlIOEIXG ; but h. hit In hit employmen t workmen who are thoroughly coninetent to do all other k inda of work, and he solicit, th. continued patron. g. of iuoso winning worg uoo. iu ins way 01 bnsin.ss. J.L.WELdl. June id, i7Z-:ir. . f " E ? STIIAYS DALLAS COUXTY. Take up by W. R. Snow and .strayed before Jno. D. Keerfoot, J. P., precinct No. 1, one bay horse, abjullo yiaranld, about 15 bands high, brand.d I) on the shoulder, star in forehead, an. whit, on niwe valued at $40. Alto one bay horse, year, old, branded I on left shoulder valued at S2. : Taken up by Collin Adams and estrnyed before B. Siftiuy, J. P., No. 1, one bay Ullding, about I ot I years old, 14JJ hands high, small star in forehead, both hind feet white, left yo a little blemished, having th. appearanco of being cut for tlie hooks, "mull cellar uurks andsudpled marked, alto, Br. or six small while rpecks on lelt hip so small as t. be hanlly procetvaable valned at 816. Taken up by Thus. Chi anil .strayed b.foT. Jao. B, Kerrfoot, J, P., product No. 1. eu. yollow mar. about 14 hands high, about 12 years old, black mane and (oil, small .tar In forehead, branded T on" right ja, and lettor 0 on le I Jaw, and J1IB1) con nected on left aide of the neck rained at f li. Taken up by J.8. Rrittaln and .strayed before J. D. Keortbut, J. P., preuinct No. 1, ono Iron gray horse, abnuU6hand high, 7 jrears old, nt brands porrelvablo valued at sllfl. Taken up by J. R. Maukln and .strared before W.J. Ilulsoll, J. P., precinct No. 4, one sorilll mare, 11 or 12yeari old, about 16 hands high, small white spot en loft side, no brands perceivable val ued at tjl'i 60. 2l-3t, JNO. M. LAW, Clerk Ditt.Cuurt, I). C. rjlHE STATE OP TEXAS, To aUptrioniinltreited in Iht Sitatt tf J!ota Koif dectaied : George C Parks, Administrator of th. Estal. ot Robeton Ross deceased, hat filed In the District Court oi VhIUs County, Texas, an application for the sale uf two hundred acres of land off tlie Cast side of a six hundred and forty our. tract of land in Dallas County, patened in tho nam. of P. Taylor, which will h heard at th. next term of the said Court, commencing on th. tlrst Monday, in Feb. ruary. A 1) 1873. at the Court Home, in th. (lit v and county af Dallas, and Stat. of T.xas. At which tliue penous interested in th. Estat. of said Rubeson Koss, deceased, may tppMr and eont.it the same if they see proper. S?. TN. Wltnees John M. Laws Cl.rk of I (ijjalN f'lrli't Court of DallosConnty: V.'TVTs. ol,,n under my bund and tb. Heat ef 0 Osald Court, at officii. In in. (!lt rlliil. las, this 10th day of January, A 1) 1873, man ai. iiAvt p, inr, v. v. u. u.Texa. Hy Z I Coomit Depnty: a. V ,' OUT Of OARCltif SEKDS. sll told. ' ' , " ClilldrtB's Carriages, .11 l0J, R.llng largest .took of WAUL PAPER In ST OVA . 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