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THE DAILY HERALD.
TIUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1873. Old WbUbr At the Kentucky, corner of main and market Btreeti. nol-d-tf, Look Out For the clrouluri ennluintng tin re dnoed priot list on Queco'i and Glassware. It will pay you to buy now, a these low figures will only rule fur IS days. At tlio expiration of that time Gonliu & Co. ex peet their mammoth ilook of Furnlture.-tf HeaarT Your Order. For Furniture until the arrival of the lmmonse etook in that line bow under way for Qoslln & Co., nucoissors to J. E. 1) Blades, Main dree, corner of Lamar, 3d block from the aqunre.-tf A rind. Fruit Trees ordered from Louisiana Nursery are ready for de livery, on va cant lot next to J. ft. Davis' l'hotograph galery, H. L. SPAIN, for J. J.UTl'S, agent. Dallae 13th 1873. Uliarley llabeoclt Looked iu upon us yesterday, but was off again for Iho North last night. Ho had just returned from Houston and Galveston where he has been feasting for a week on fish and other luxuries. Ctrfiat Itftriartioll In prioes, especially of Crockery and fllasN Ware, aud all stylus of Furniture , for the next twenty days in order to mako room for our immonse stook of furniture now arriving. nHdlw BTEAOALL & CO. J. C. IMcUouueli Has the Celebrated Weir'l Celebrated Cultivator, said to be the best in uso, for sale. It cultivates the ground cheaper than auyothor machine of tho kind, aud is a great saving of labor tu all who . uso them, Call and seo thoim He ed Potatoes. We have just reoeived a large lot of the E.irly Rose and other fine potatoes, and also a fresh supply of Laudroths Oarden Boedof all kiud, whloh wo are soiling very low for cash. Monoy refunded if seeds and potutes are not as we roprosout them to be. WILLIAMS MlOTHGIt, , u8-dwlm Main & Elm streets. Alayori Court. Ilia Honor indulged his uiul past time in holding communion with two ions of Erin, who injudiciously put a " thief in their moulhs to steal their brains." No pathelio appeals greeted tlio judicial ear, nor did the air resound with mournful lu mentations, during (he whole J rial a sto ioul indifference cast It's shadow over the oeuutenanoe of each " broth of a boy." J Xue preliminary prooecdiuga were soon dispensed witn, tue usual nne being ua sesscd. ' Copt, A. McB rrl, Formerly of Viekabtirg, Miss., but now eouueotod with tho wholesale liousu of Mossrs. Kuner & Zott, of St, Louis, dropped Into oun ollico yesterday where ho will always find a warm woloome. The Cup. tain is one of tho best business men wo know, aud parties desiring anything In his line, moy rest assured that all his en gagements will be promptly mot. Wo take pleasure in commending him to our citi tons, and from a long personal acquain tance with him, know whereof we speak llnrrr Mcunriby. ' Clave one of his excellent and enjoyablo performances at Odd-Fvllow's Hall last night, to a largo, appreoiative, and fash ionable audiouco. In his deliouation of character sketches, he' has no equal, cer tainly no superior, and blest by uature with a melodious voice, no pnins havo beet spared to give it all the , sweetness and power that oulture oould impart. The ladies In goodly numbers graced the oc casion with their lovoly and loveble presenoe, and ail went as merry as a "mar rings bell." Another performance will be N given to-night, with an entiro change of programme, new songs, eto. We bespeak for " Harry " a orowded house, and sin cerely hope his engagement, as HdeBerveai may prove a porfept auocess. A Hide On tho invitation of our friend, Ben Jones, of the firm of Jones & Hall, llvory - stable keepers, on Main street, opposite the Crutchfleld Houso, the writer hereof, on Tuesday afternoon last, found himself behind a pair of fast trotting bays, seated in a handsome buggy bent on seeing th oity and Us environs. Starting out north, following the MoKluney road, we drove out as far as, the city limits, then turned east and came into Bosa Avenue thenoe up Roes Avenue to "Freedmans town," and to the crossing of the Central railroad, thence baok to Elm street, out as far as the Paoifle depot and baok by Com merce street home. Adl this drive, some 6 miles or more, was dene within an hour and still we had time to see th J many im provements already made aud in progress - Where but ono short year ago were think groves of postoak, now are to be seen hundreds of buildings, from the small cot tage to the larger mansion streets laid out, trees felled, grounds cleaned up and very evideuoe of a growing town. All looked new, but substantial and perman ent, and It really astonished us to see so much and such wide spread Improvement and expansion of our oity. There is no douyingof the hot that Dallas Is fast be . coming a oity in reality, as well as in name, and we look forward confidently to the time not a great while henoe, either vl when she will olaim her twenty or thirty , and perhaps fifty, thousand inhabitants. - " Ve Local" has had his "stroll," the . editor bis drive, over the city and country, ana now u cams me time of this writer to view the many improvements going on In our young oity, and to bis friend, Mr. Jones, he is indebted for the opportunity, and he takes this occasion to return bis warmest thanks for the oourtesy extended him and the pleasures benjoyed. Sire. I.ucy Jane lirowdcr Died in this oity on Thursday last, from the offeots of burns recoived a few days previous. Mrs. ii. was a native of Char lotte, Ya,, and came to Texas In 1848, sinoe which time she has resided in Dal las With her son, Capt. Ed. C. Drowder. Bbe was taken sick with typhoid pneumo nia a few days after Christmas, and after an illness of about a month, recovered so far as to walk a few steps without assist' ance. In the night about 1 o'clook, Janu ary 20, she got out of bod and walked to tho fire-place for something on the mantle, when her clothes took fire, the flames al most envoloping her before she was dis covered by her son, Capt. Browder, who wableep in the same room, and who im mediately tore the clothing from her with his naked hands, but she was so badly burned that Blie could not recover, and died on the 13th Inst., conscious up to the momout of death, and in the full assurance that she was entering into her eternal rest. Mrs. B. wan among the very oldest citizens of Dallas, and at tbl time of bor death was in the 73d year of her age, hav IugTboon bom on tho 2Sth of July 1800. A Card. Dallas, Texas, Feb. 17, 1873. The unddersignod has this day sold his entire stock of merchandise, consisting of Queouswaro, etc, to Mossrs. Qoalin & Co., who; will continue the business at tho same stand. Thanking the publio for their lib eral patronage in the past, I request the same be extended to my successors. Hespectfully, J. E.D. BLADES. In connection with tho above, the un dersigned would respectfully inform the people of Northern Texas that, in taking possession as the sutoossora of Mr. J.B.D. It Indus, wo are about to add to the present stock of Queenswure everything that eould possibly be called for in that liue, as also the ohoiecst, most modern and complete stook of Ued-Iloom uud Parlor Furniture. In this hruuch of our business, which we have made our speoial study for many years, we will not be excelled by any house in this Siato or eveu in Ht, Louis, and we are determined to make ours the only wholesale and ; retail House furnish ing goods business of Northern Texas. Our Immense stook is uuder way now, and will arrivo hero as soon as tho railroad from here to Donhon is finished. Those in want of House-Furnishing Goods of any kind will find it to their interest to awnil the arrival of our stock, as that will se cure to them competition prices and ohoio or selection of goods. Bespeaking a sharo of tho kind patruuago of the people of northern Texas wo will at all times strivo to moril tho eamo. lies peotfully, uo8d tf. UOSUN & CO. " What would you give," asked a cou coitcd young man, of a venerable gentle man sitting opposito to hiui at the table, "to bo as young and sprightly as 1 in!' Tho old geutleiiiiiu rulleoted a momout and then solemnly said, "I don't know but what I would be willing to ho as foolish as you are." DIED. Ymilvri.ay ninrnltifj, lot h .ml., Mm, Pakah ft, wli ul Join A, Oautmi, nnt.il Jl yuan. Tho luiioiul will tukoplni'H thin Moriiing at 10 o'clock. Hhruvtfpurt (mpum lcno copy. Hotel Arrivals. Cltl'TCIIFIKLD UOUHE. 3 0 nrown, M.i., It It Jones, Kit (iarrtv, Mo., U ClnitJ, Mo., J K Mold, Tmni., Xm. tlwulliiny, Tonn. Ir Wiley, MrKlntivy, 1) Shirhly, Ohio, J I) Aire, T P K It, E M Tumor, Texas, .1 11 Robinson, do, W Mm, mi., i I'.vurnux, 110, 11 v J llc.lll IHOI, Tytm. J II Onulllin'l'uila; J() Denny. Mobile: J M Mc. (Jiirthy aud wlfa. vy Urcardiui. It l.iinil n.irl.lm .1 II Ardiugor, MlMonrt; 11 W Ardlintor, Tenia; II (J uui, .uiMonri; 4 " crump, do: K K II row n, Iol. II krnM, A In.; H I) U inliiur. Jlo.: K miirnr.. N c W N Hullim, Tihuh j W IVnilUlmi.llu; II 0 VoIkIiI, iln: W II TllvUir. lln: N 0 IIuviiiihi.Ik. Vlnrliln : .1 IV Mcliiw uud wlfo, IMmor: I l MeUiw !; tisnilori nun Kivara; H r Ural(j, A K llugh, Ueilr tlioyn; New Aavertlsements. S'TJSD. ' At the Hai-hIi! Onii.A ......1 ...t... gctlo lmyi iu i.ii pmn'iii lu town miUvn tlm Jtll yAGONS AND MULES FOR HIRE, To work na Rtllroail or do genorul houlina. Poraoui wantlag such rvlco will lnqutro t W. M. IlKYKOCDS, loBJlt , it DW)u llotrl 0. B. KKI.LKR, J. L. W. rHAEtJ JELLJiU & niAEES, llosllont Dentists, Office on Mln itreet, north Uo of pub. iqr., over Dr.. Klltutt Steyoniou'i drug itgra, Dallas. - - TAina. Ontchourt IroniSo'cloch m., until 4 o'tlook r- nsiiam-nis) w ir OST I i Apalf of8ADl)I,E-DAQS nir tho Central De pot, it ui. nmler will brlni Ihom to Work'i Llv. ry Stablo, ho will be liberally rtrdo!. W. S. DIAL, n:12t. Work's I.very8tii 111.. Q.EO. B. HOLLAND, Jr., 8UCCESSOK TO . ID. "W. SMITH, North tide of Ml0 itrwt, two doori wt of the Odd Fellowi' Hall, DAtLAS, . . Tuxas, Kmn conitantly on hand emrytlilnit prtlnlnr to thfl VlrlMV lld.lnMH. h..lk.r .l.h .1 " . complott stock of . . foilet Articles, Tents, Rcady-Madc Clotlilng, Boots, Slioes, Hats, Caps, Wftgoa ISliootai, 33to. I h. l..ll...l.. ku.,l.. i i. . . . V.,..,B v.. r K. pnina tho ronntar ready to aery cuitoniara. Tha public (auentlly.and ray railroad frlanda In particular aro twlura purchaiiuf l"wlir. UtiU. JJ. UULliAND, J. Dallas, Feb. 18-'73-n7:vl-d tf. XW."MOJtIOiS, General Undertakor COCHRAN STREET, Pullaa, . To Xerde constantly en band ready-made Vofflnif ami niakee mem to urui.r. a no iuii eupyiy yiHK'BMKTALKJllUHIAI. CASKS. UuIIm, fob. Ii- 73-uutlil.liiiui. pOR FOUJt NIGHTS ONLY, WeJneiJjj, Thursday, Friday mil SaturJajr, Feb. 19, 90 ill. and ti, AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, JIARKY M CARTHY'S GllAIVD COMIIINATIOIV! Tlio ComblMutlon 0udbI.1i of Ilia following froat Artlala : Hurry MrCitrtliy, Ilia ArkAiiaaCoiuudlnu, an thor of "Ikimilo lllufl 'lHg," la lila cliaraetar aketchai tilovory day nr.. Mr.. I.ottln K.tello M'Curthy, In Bingn, Balladi aud lliaructar akaUUoa, Mr. O'ltnardon and Ills wonderful invmitloD tha "TuiubltiruQcaii." Duora opon at 7 o'clock. 1'erforiuunce to cold' ntance at s o cluck. A0MISS1UN, $1. CHILDREN, 50 reiita. lt.crviid anla can bo aoourad at Connor a Wal kor'a Drug Htoto. nfi.lit. JAMK8 IIUSSKy, Agont, N OTICE. Mr John 0 Hill la uo longer In our employ from till, data C 0 HITCHCOCK t CO St loula, February 10th 73-d')t rpIIE CELEBltATED Uiltbon Stuiup aud American Murker. Flex lb la Hand MtuiunUriio Htimcll., Mtuucil Alnlm ball auu J igura, Key Cecillia, A.i... or mile by JIINKI-ll JlAlTlNUJ.r, Ai;ent for tho tiorham Ijiuou ftln-ker. a t - vt-nlil.ui Uui,, Abi.m JLII STBISBT li.N. Proprietor, Kenna coimtHiitlv on band SiliHairAa, FroMh. Hnltd and Smoked menu, and at I kin all of vegeUUlca In their aeaitou. vl.lil.dOino DU.l. KLL10TT HI. U. W. STKVRNaON JLLIOTT & STEVINSON, DEALKRS IN XrtTJ Gr JB, Medicines, Faints, Glass, Oils , PATENT M E LI CINE S, FANCY GOODS, JtC. Weal mIi1 of (lit) public Hanaro DALLAS, TEXAS. Would rpapoct-Vtly Inform Hi pnMIc that they have iiuv , mill will cuutlnuo tu kwp on JihihI a In 1 1 'ippl of every kitul uf ctiotli in their lino. hihI wouli.HoHcit a aharo uf public pHtioutigo, Tlmir arii'.a are war ran ton iruiu aim Mtro. Art xprrioiH'i'. Drnggltt nlvmyi present to fill riiysicmna- rrcHrripiiuiiai. ttMK. !il,1872-i"l:0muii. "SILVER TONGUE" OHGANS, Mumifuelureilby E. P. NEED1IAM k SON, 14.1, 145 A 147 Kast 22.181. N. Y. ESTABLISHED IX 1816. BtiBponslble nartlon adpIvIdc for Htancli Iumc. tluiiH (Mill luixnpplictt .will rfrrivu pruinpt atteutiuti and libaiii.tludiitivmetitH. Pur tie renitltiiK ataUlH ttinco from our uutliorlstinl agents may order from our Jtu'iory. ooihi iur immiratea price lUt. Nov, 1G, lS72-lO;3mo8. p FITZW1LLIAM, Cotton and Wool Factor, -AND General Commission Merchant No. OO Ht rund, Gahttton, ' ' 1'exat. l.lbarul caHh advanraa made on Pnn.lirnmanl. HiiiiKtni; and Tie. furulahrd na .atlafartety lerim rurcnii.inic, neceivuig ana lorwaruinii cnralull. attended to. ll:Hmn.y )ALLAS oity BAKERY, OONrECTIOERY AND RESTAURANT, II- Bonny, A( his Old StanJ on Main Streat, Re.uectfully inform hla old frlendaand patrona that lialUK aecnnd lh- bnlldinten Jefferaoa atraet, lately occupied by Kelro A Oarrett, where ha hat IV . W -.V.VM Ml.. H.UIIIUVIII 01 Confectioneries of all Klnrts, Caunca Goods, Oysters, Sardines, v Dried Fruits, Etc, Etc., Ha will alio hara Fresh Bread, Molls, Cakes, Eu., In arery tarlaty. Anew building la to b arreted at hla old atand, '"J? blch ha will remore a aoon ucomplated. on bliu ba a.ka a coctiuuanca . nun.ui n-r ma ,mai iiuarai purouafra beatowad oi tne tame. Bpt7, 'Tli-Milf, H. 0. BOHNT. B. II DOWKLL. t. V. HAMMOND. jyJ?DOWELL '& HAM3I0X1), WHOLESALE AND HE TAIL GROCERS, ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, Cor. Main and AtiBtin Sts. I)AI.LAs, TlXAS. Hlnliest Cash Frioa riaiJ fur all Produce. i jan U, '73.18:tf. , : QRl'TCHriELU HOUSE, DALLAS, . . . . tlXAS. I ' JOnNSON & McILHENKY. Peo'j Jlaylm renovated and newly Airal.hed thli honaa 'J U"'U"M kaatacwmmndatloaa - ...... Janlila7S.lJtf J C. JlcCONNELL, WHOLESALK AND RETAIL DKAL1B IN SUELF AND HEAVY IIAEDIVAEE, IRON, STEKL, NAILS, &c, Oliponlta the CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE. jVEAirO" ST., Dallas, nl-vldly Texas. W. (I. ltl)AI.L. T. P. Randah. W. U. HANI) ALL & IUtO. Wbulcsalc and Ketall Dealers In Dry Goods BOOTS, SHOES AJW) CLOTUINQ, DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS. HIGllKSTPltK'BPAIUKOIt mrrotf, wool, & hides. ul-vl-dly. JOKNM.STKMMO.NS, Attoraoyat-XiAw a Dallas, - - . Trans Will oractlreln all thecourU ol theUlli dUtrict and I ii i tint Hlutta t'ourts. Ollico over ('lark k Bryaue. nt-yl-diy pAItt WARXIXG! To nil who tiro 'iitlntbpd to in by Not or oiion Amount, it natlafiietory urrntipcinoiit h not mailt) withtn tho next thirty Aiyn, will plnca mU clnlutf lu the huuiti uf hq oflioor tor iwllHctfou. OLAKK it DUYAX. Jiinll.Wtf-.Sjtf gTEGALL & C0.( DEALKR1 IN Books and Stationery, . CROCKERY WARE, GLASS WARE, anil QUEKXS WARE, GARDEN SEED, Furniture of nil Ifiutls, PIANOS, Pictures and Picture Frames, HAT HACKS, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES, , a ' LOOKING GLASSES, Beds and Bedding, Step-Ladders Lumber and Shingles, Doors . and Blinds. , ' Anil AVnrVrMnir liMrtllnflirt tn tlmlr Tinulnnaa r rn ket cunstmitly tu hauil and nro for r1p hi living uiWi Tl-Ili-UiV It." COUGIIANOUU, Attomoy"tIiaw. Olllce raat idituf JelTmiion St. between Klin I Main'. DALLAS, - - - TEXAS. Will prm-tlre In all the court, of tha un. Hi. trict ami luiiti'd Stnteii Court. nl-vl-dlv LAND LOCATING COMPANY, Office with Ault, Jeuklna A Ault, DALLAS TEXAS. John Henry Brown, President, W. F, Cbnimlna, Vico. President, J Hawkina, Ueneral Agent, Pierce W Urowu Trwuuirer W B Ault Becretary. DIRECTOKRJ. John Henry Brown. W. IP. fiimml-. .k. Ann, 0. It. Jonklna, ' 3, y i)nca . , rierce W. B.own. Till. comnanv waa 0rirniii7ni1 nml rlnipfArarl ' .w.v r... puDH ..vvbi.ii ivam .nnu i.aruui' a- la. on OommiKalon. CummiHalona one-alxth Inter est in ine lanuaor, wnereaatuucu aa a Leagua and wi i. i.tu, .u uwii.b per acre. ah comniuuicauona mioulj be addreued to W.E.ATItT. Seal'y Tazaa Laad Locating Company. Feb-8'73-ly THE CELEBRATED. IIEBI.OrYtK Cation Herd, FROM: LOTJISIA.NA.. Butan, TKXia. Feb. 8th. 1S73 . Dai'id loOdni., Etq : PlBTlll. In rlir. II.. t T I.... K .. - - " n.w pmuitju lire nciT, of land with tha Horlong Cotton Sood, ubtainad of jeu abut tha Hrat of but May, aome of Hie aeed I'.ld not ceinei ntll tha fli nt of June. I did not let a full Blunil. T a.tl,i.il er K. 11.. ..... .!..... . . . ......,v.uv .u.FMira "'gut naiea ol cotton, aterugmg oyer tlye huudml pounila each. I am aatlshed that with the aame culture, It will yiei'.lcl u.mvu a. any uiuer uuiion, ur WHICH 1 liavyj ID Vh.kU.Ih ll..l.t. 1. I. I-- .. ........eg.,. m...u, ar garnered. A Hand cam pick 75 to WO punnda moro per day and litem ia Ha. KM. kl.la !..... Tallinn ... .1.... ...lit. . . ..vu. .an,.i uu. tiinii wun any ol ll ercottou. W. B. DAVIDSON. .. vv....j ,n. wl, . ... iaTiiiHon ia a fruiUi.Ml and.rnl ahla rMntlMm.n and hi. .......... t. l rated by eetreral other planrari. T. I. WILSON, M il. HA VIS. . Cbhti.lb, Kavarrow ennnly, Texaa ' Hocomber 2d. 187i f" floaiol JfoOaaia: , Drib Mia f n1.nl.! it.. lr..i. , .1 -i . . rj . ' luun w"hb una year the yieald proyed to baona hundred par rant, mwa than tha I)ion, Shoaiwck, or Paolar Cotton. , , u ' T. B.linTKKKNT. Taaaboyaaeedacanbehadatf3 perbu.helat ' Meaara. GARLINOTON MAR8ALIS. . Mi'llllUI Kl.l. ti . Mu.illn. . .b-"3-4ra laaaftaa, .Mama tt. ailMoa k Ca-nLi h7i O 3Ft O O 3E3 , ; AND DEALERS IN LiqiioiM, Tola co, Segars, Wood aiid Willo.v-AVaif riiiia Tackle, AiiiniuiiHioii, V.ic,, "i North Side of thk Pobuo Squaiik, ok . - Muin Wtroot, - . DuIIuh, Toxasi. Pullaa, Texaa, February CO, 'J3-uo9d:inioa. . W. J. Clark, J" H. Bryan, LAHK & 13RYAN, WHOMCSAI.K AND RETAIL DRALF.ni. IN DRV-COODS -AND GJ- XI O O B XI I E, IIABDWAUK, STOVES, AND ' FAUMIXQ ISPLEMKNT8 Alio do a general Bunkiog und Fycbangebmiliioaa Woit side of the Sijuara, nl-vl-dlf. DALLAS. .TEXAS M. COCH1.AN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Druggist, Adjoiulng Dalla. Hotel, Commerce utroot, rilYSIOIANS I'KKSCKIPTIONS CAIIKFULL Y COMl'O UK BED vl-lll -JMlilo, jyj LTiL.TIA.. & CO., GROCERS A N D COMMISSION NERCHA TS, Ao Diii.r.s in I""IjOTjrt, COFFEE, SUOAR, Foreign and Domestic LIQl'ORS, ETC., ETC. Commerce ' H.reet Oppoaitu Pul'lie Sijuare, HallitR, Tfxai. jn. meiiES' INFIRMARY, DALLAS - - TEXAS, DE. P. E. HUGHES ' Betfuleuve tu inform th citizanof Dullasnnil r- clnUy that lie lui iieriunnoutiy looited in llils city, with vicivv ofUw'utiiii; lilniflf to tlm trAtiunt uf uiicli (iidPiMns iw ho hm oimio spiti-lHlttci, be-tl(ls con (in uiii r tlifl RoutTul practice uf tti profumtion of m'liciii, lu which h m hoea enaml in thU State lor he last t yenri. lis i proridiKl with til the nwosHHry iiutnirufnta miI iiiotlurn iiniir.iru mt'iita lor tlio iiorformtuco of nil urj;ic:vl opurn t'ons, and mora purticularlf tlioa partuinlna to diw.-'eiof fom;il.id;AU'l to thin branch of tlia pro feHniou will continue to give49cial utteutlou. Otlloij ho irs iV.mi 1) to 12 ami from 3 to 6, Ollion over the w store of Dr. A. M, Cochran, Ladle desiring to uoiiiult him profioriAlly Run do ho from 1 to a p. it., at His roaiuVrice, cornur of Live Onk And 1'oarl utroetB. Those from ft ilUtaiine, when Uesirotl , will b rocuivod uud tranUiJ at U linllmary, udjacuut tlmrsto. LeiiiK a HtrHiiirar in this section of the State, and this beipg a new ontHrprise tu this city, by porous siou. lor irorH8iona churAuter and otherwise, he has the honor to refer to : Juliu Henry Brawu A Son, Dr. A. M. CVhruu, MuJ. T. O. Joidati, VV. (i. lUu.Uli ft Brother. iov. 2.-:t)moi. e e la to S H in H W ' .r "J H LL I -5 g a a I Eh 6 o H 0 o X mm & a! JKERTAKLG. A. W. MOaTOM x Rcsnoctfully Informa the cltizeaa ofDallai and tha aiirruimdliig countlpB that he baa fltted on hie tabliahiusut on Oochrau Street, expreaaly for the huHlnoaa, and la prepared to make Cofflna at tha ahorteat notice, to order, and trim them In allatylea. Ho alao keooa en hand, at all tlmn.. in... r.n fere, Tdy made, with theaxoepticn of trlminliii, yfhlch ha can dellyer at an honr'e notice, dny or uiKht, Iio liaaalao matlo arrangement, to keop oa hand a fall eieortment of , , Motalio Uurinl Cases, whlrh' he can deliver on call. Ilehai the excluahra asency for tlieae Unrlal Caaaa, for Dallua and iur. roiiuillim cuuntlca. and can aunni. th..., n, i. aatprlcea. llayiug provided hinuelf with neat HEARSE, and necaaaary appendajtca, ha Bill undertake all the ewawary arrangeninita for burial, tilth dlapatoh. Ui hiw determined to make thia hla excluslya bwluaa, and reapectfiilly aaka the patroiinpe nt tha r"hHc, , A. W. MORTOIV. Cochrai (lata Still) Btreal KOOMS FOIt BEXT, i , .. r. t n-ti. i . j At my realdeaca, In tha Southern part sf tha City, thro blocka from the Square, t or furtk.r partieulara eaquira of pIIS.LIl WKKLEIX, PIAK'OS AND 0S.GAU3, ' 80, 83 OOBurouueSt.,'' 3tfo-w Orleans, To those who desire to invest, thia la uudouotodly the place. PRICES VERY LOW FOR CASH OR HALF CAS II, and hnlauo on lionthlj payniontaof . $10, 15, 20 aud 25. Our stork comprise the Welier, Dunham, Hula Ma tliuslmk, Zaiglar, Orovoatoeu aud l'leyol W hich wo sell at J2IK), 315, 350, 400, 450, 600 aud 600 Vi'd hiivo Boroud hiiuil Pliinoa of ynrioua nuikera, Including Clilckoriuu, l'lojol, Stninway anil othera tivo luiinuroin lo HH'iilioii, mi Id at 100, 126, 160, 175, 200, 225 uud 2i0 dollae, ate. We havo Kcpilluiui'a Silver Tongue Organs, THE BEST MANl'l'Al'TUUEI). at 80, 100, 125, 150, 180, 210, 230 280, 305, 400, and 450 dollars. On auina tetuta ua Pinnoa. Wo eiinranteeoll piiinmanil orgaua we aell perfect aud durable. Our uiaxlm la "Kxcoleior," PHILIP WEKLEISr, x Ketv Orleans. 12-Cmos. W. M. C. HILL, WITH F. B. BRYAN & CO,, At thk Sign or Tin Wat SiJs :the Public Square, Are now lu receipt of their FAXili S 1" O O , Embracing everything In the lines of , DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, LADIES' FINE GOODS, TKLUJ1INGS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, &0, To which they tnylte tho ntleutlon of the publio. Come und aco ua our atuck Is fresh and complete M:tf. F. II. BRYAN 4 CO. B LACKSMITII SHOP. J. L. WELCII, PRACTICAL HORSE-SEOER AND BLACKSMITH, 15 Broadway, betyeen Main and Commerce Htreett, . , JVear fi Bridge, Dallas, Texas, Woillll re.l1ttflll)V .IIMniinK. in hi. n.n . and tha put lie gonerally, that lie ia atlll on terra llrma, and ia prepared, with malarial audesperlene ed workmen, to do all kinds of work ia his Una. ' Ilia individual SPECIALTY HORSE-SHOEING ; hut he lias in hla employment workmen who are thoroughly - . M conineteiittodoallotherkiuila of work, and he solicits iho continued patronage of those wauttpg work done in hla way of hnslnesa. . J.Ii.WBlCJH. auno iu, iorv;iit , I 7 STRAYS DALLAS COUXir. Take up by W. It. Snow and aatraved bafn Jno. D. Keerfoot. J. P.. precinct No. t. on. h. horae. ah jut 10 year old, about 15 hands high, brandad v uu iii niiimiuer, aiur in loroneau, ana white on noae rained at t4u. Also one bur hor... vaaii old, branded I on left shoulder valued at 25. Taken up by Oollln Adania and eatruyed Lafo B. S. Uuy, J. P., No. 2, one bay (Hiding, about or yeare old, 14 lminlsliigh,iiuiil star lu Inrehaad, both hlud Teot while, left aye a little blemlehedi haiinn tho appearance of being cut for the books, amall collar uuirka andaodpled marked, also, Ave or six Small while l pucka on left hip loamall as ta be hordly preceivaublo valiind at 116. Tukeu up liy 1'hoa. Uhl and estrayed hefora Jao. B. Korrfout, J. P., precinct No. 1. sua yilow mora about 14 hauda liljli, about 12 joara old, black mane and tuilamall star in forehead, braaded T no right jaw, and letter 0 on la t Jaw, and JHKtt con nected ou loft aide of the neck- val aed at f 2a. Taken up by J. S. Rriltaln and eatrayed before J D. Keerfoot, J . P., precinct No. 1, one Iron ray horse, about 16 hands high, 7 yeara obi, ni branda percoirable valued nt $;)0. Taken up by J 11 Maukln and tstrared before W. J. Halaell, J. P., precinct No. a one aorrlll niare, 11 or 12 ycara old, about 16 hands' high, small wjilta spot on loft aide, no branda perceivable val tied at I2 60. . . , , , , " JNO.M.1AW, Clerk Dint, Court, I). C. gOO BAKBELS FLOUR Including tha Rest laraada made In the United St aloe, fresh from Nt Loula. Just recelvod by ...1'... , UAltl.f VliT.lM II i iiu . t tu t. fln Jen. 4, WS-lVilm , , ,. -, 1 J CBSCRIBI rOR TUB DAILY II KHALI). . ii.ittj UKS. H.BISQBAM. I "r s