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HQUSTOlf & TEXAS CENTRAL
CHANGE OP TIME!
November 11, 1872,
PaiMng.rTrslnawlll run as followa i
Mill k Eapreas
Arriving t McKlnney at
l'iui midnight; t Austin,
4 60 p. m., and at Waco 30
p. m, same day.
' Returning, leaves McKIn
tin; tt 4 (10 a. m. Austin at
10 30 a. m., aud Waco 16 a.
ra.; arriving it Houston st
a 00 p. m., win day,
Arrlrlng at McKlnney it
3D p. m. (except Sunday),
mid t Austin at 30 a. m.
IK ATM HOUSTON
i3 a. m.
(except Monday) next nay.
Anv I nayatdOO a. m., and Anatln
In, o u p. in. tost no. oiiuuuyj
arriving at Oouston 7 30 a. m,
ioeommoiloKon mil net tun from thampiUtd It 111-
Kinney on Saturday.
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars
Are attached to Accommodation Trains batman
Houston and Anitin.
Paiaengare for Waco mint taka Mall and Ex
preia Train lesvl.ig llouiton at 7 8 a. in.
The above Tralua make tbe following conn-c-tlona.
At Heurne with International R. It. dully (Sun.
daya excepted) North at 2 00 p. m. and 2 46 a. m.i
8011th. at 2 00 p. m. and 15 p. m.
At Waco, with stages for Perrla, Wondberry,
Covlegten, Olebnrno. Acton, Urnnherry, Weather
ford aud Jacksboro, Tuesdays, Thursdays ami aim
dayi, at 7 00 a. m. For IWaah on Friday at 7 00
a. ra. for Vallay Mills, Ollltan, Meridian, Foolout,
Iradell, Dnffo, Stopheusville, on Monday! and
Thuradayt at 7 no a. n.
At ataxia, with Una of Hacks for Falrlleld and
Butler, oa Sundays and Wodnsadaya. r
At Dallai, West, far Weather ford and b- r'
. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 OS a "jre
Itaat, for Tylor and Longvlsw, HiiuoV ' T . m. ""
dayi and Frldaysat 2 00 a. n. uial", WsdneT
For fart Worth, dally at 7 00 !,,;. '
Southwest, fer Cleburne, eve- .a.m.
Northwest, for Ponton ' ory Mondayat700a.m.
Wednesday at 7 00 . m. .A ,nU Gaineavlllo, .Ytry
A t MtK inn Vaa,iJ ' "
rjally, (Suiidayeaxe , i El Paso Stage tint
, T opted) lor Hiierinsu. Rod River
Wait, via Illy.. ,.( ih. u . u a n ,.n a
V t , V,tot ,'loli Whltesboro,
"' i ! ,t"r and Jacksboro dally at 601) a.m.
urdays.ftrorwoekly) Tuesdays, Thnradavi and Sat
r.J" if't JrBnill, Bsuham, Parla, Clarka Ills
At Lra.,ouat 00. ni.
Atrf dbsttsr, with dally Mara for LnGrenge.
n All ' uaiij oiaae lur neirfip,
D'r" Auatln, with dully Stuge fur San Marcoa, New
y-T'W ftli, San A u tonlo and El l'vo.
ur Throngh ltnlia and Dllli of Lading given from
Ktml.iita ni. Hi lltiai.flhlu p.,u,l In Nw IUImmiib Ht,,l
" Naw York, via Morgans Line of Steam. hipa, Ual
vo.ton to Now Orlsuua, and Morchaut'a Line Steam
shipa, New Orleans to New York, akiopera lurulbtt
ln thair own llilla Lmllnr.
For rntia, apply to gutlon Afenta, or Jaraoa W.
Manama, Mortnarn Anonl, Sberinau, aud 11. li. Ha
da, Waatarn Agent, Su Antonio.
J. HUMAN I), Han'l Supt.
J.WAtDO, 0, F.4T.A.
ASU & WAGNElt,
(Known m the "CHEAP 8T0RK.")
Are now receiving tholr
DRY GOODS, B00T3,SII0ES t HATS,
EEAPY-MADE CLOTHING, HARD
ARE, WOODEN WARE, GROCER
IES, CROCKERY, TRUNKS, STA
TIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC.,
furs hand at bond quarter! Ill the Northern an
Intern citlei, wllhlu the paat twenty daya, lo
Wewlll continue to rawlvc ijoodievary month,
and our etock being full and complete Iu every llti e
of goodt, and purcliaaed lor CASH, we can aud will
Sttt u Chevp u (hi Cheapest,
Thankful to our nuateron frltnde and the pnblla
generally forpaat patronaga, we aik a continuance
ftbeaanie,aMurlne;tbem that we will deal only on
etrlrt'.y boneit principle!, (live tie a call and exam
(eror yeurialvea. AHH A WAUNKR,
noj'tf. Uallrond Ccrner.
JEFFUIF.8 Ss TEKRY,
SUCCESSORS TO TERRY & BLAKE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Boon tod Shots, '
Uuns and Pistoli,
Shoe and Harutii leather,
and Staple Grooerles
I, I. 00RM1E Of PCBLIO IQUAHR, '
We ksep Ml stock of all goods In cur tins at all
timet, bought at Headquarters at the lowest prices,
Call a nd see as and convince yourselves.
.. JEFFRIES TERRY.
Jan. i, 1873. 17-tf . . ,
( , DEALERS IN " .
.House Furnishing Goods
and tipj" wona,
CORNER MARKET AND ELM STREETS,
, aOiOlM, Vonmm,
Vtar Hlk, lr.r.sra
JAHD FOR SALE.
A Farm 4 mile! Nertb of Dallai, 100 acre In eub
tlvatlon, plenty of water and timber.
A farm 6 milei North of Dallaa, (0 acrei la cultl
Ttion 1 2 itory conorole houie.
6 Acrei 1 ml lee North of Dalian.
MS Acres 1 mile Worth of Dallaa.
ttO Acrei 1 mile North of D.IU
3 HO Acres on Hountalu creek, the J. g. Jones'
A Farm In Pelk county, Mo to exchange for
A Farm lu Lawrence county, Aik., to exclm ge
fur Texai landa.
11M Ai'iea 1 mile well efDnllai.
O Keefdenree iu theulty of 1'allaa.
A rJlore-bonaaon the Kail aide of tin f quare.
BuiluMilota on Main aud Jenereon itreets '
Healdeno e lota In all parti of I bo rlij ,
AO acrei mllea K. ot Lancaater, AnnStok
90'J acreaRoulh aide of Duck creek, near the mouth,
Win. Reevoa Hurvey.
940 acrea 15 nil lee S. K. of Dallaa, One timber I part
of (1. W. nbiiw survey,
3'JO acrei 13 mllea W. of Dallaa; part of Jal. Fur-
IS3 acrui4 mllei Northweit of Dallai, good tluibir)
part of It. Derbln lurvey.
60 two tblrdi acrea mllei 8. W. of Dallaa, part
of ff. t. Overten aurvey good timber
05 acrea 3 mllei H. of Hcyene, part of lbs Noah
Heuderaun aurvey ; ffue timber.
100 acrea 13 mlloa Northeast of Dallas, Improved,
part of F. Muss aurvoy,
13 acrea mile sorthnaat of Dallas, part of J,
0 acies Joining the dopot grounds I part of J. Grlgi-
13 acres Jolulng city of Dallas on ths north.
900 acrei 2C miles H. ul Loulaville, part ol Olarln
da Kiuire a em vey, Improved.
1H3 acrea iu theS. tt. corner of county, Joins Mar
100 acrea In Southeast rnnicroi tbo county,
1 AO acrea on West Fork, lo mllea K. of Ft. Worth.
100 acres on iluatang creek, part of John million
390 acres 2 miles uorth of Toner's Bluff, J, H.
ttbarpe survey, litiirevd.
USiO acres en Uroeu's lluyou, W. A. I.awnlng's
010 acres II mllea Ironi tlia town of Hamilton, put-
emeu 10 11. 11. u. at u. u. ll.UO.
City Tots and Realdencei.
llouae and lot In Sherman to eiclmnie for Dallaa
Texas lands to exchango for 8. W. Missouri laud. .
Saw aud drill Mill, 'if horaa tiowor. toexch"
fur land. , mange
Laud certltlratea for aale,
Williams & rowdiis,
WILLIAMS & HASTEN.
Will keep ooootanlly on hand a com
p'otj stock of
' DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Stationary and Tobacco.
Also the only Complete Stock of
P H 0 T 0 G R A II I C MATERIAL
in Northern Toiub.
Wo will soil an Cheap as the Cheapest
flivo us a call beforo purchasing elsewhere
riuoe of business Cor. Main aud JefTernoa
Streets, Dallas, Texas. "2 tf
jQlt.'J. S. S1ZER,
Recently of Jackson, Mississippi, .
Will glveetrlcl attention to any bueinesa pntruated to
him tn Ileal Kilnte aud Commercial mailers. In all
nial estate tnaitera, we ahull Imve the co-operation
aud experienced aaaletaiice of John floury Brown
A Moil, honorably aud well known throughout th
btate of 'foxun.
REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO
Hon. It. M. T. Hunter, Va.; I'rltohiml i Blckliam
N.tl.;llon. Win. I,, rlbarkoy, Wuthingtou, 11.0.,
K.J. Hart A Co., N. (I.; Ilou. A. 0. Brown, tllaa.i
Piko, Brother A Co., Biinkors, N.O.; I'avue, Dameron
Co., N.O.; W. II, Sohloffolin A C,,N. Y ; T. H. .1
J. U. Allen a Co., N. Miryock it Rowland, 8t.
Louie, Mo.; llichardenn A May, N. 0.; Wbeelock,
Kin lay A Co., N. 1).; H ill, Lyons A Co., N. 0.; Roa
engarten A Hons, I'll I In ; Wurreu lllltchell A Co.,
LoulHvllle, Ky.; J. 11. Ilowinan, Loxington, Ky.; 7,
V. Mcllruyer, llarrodibuig, Ky.; David Landrotli A
Biiaineaa Correspondence promptly obaarved wher
poet exponnee are ailviint-od.
Orflce, for the praseut, under Dallas Library.
We also represent a Arst elaaa Life Ins, ' o., and
will soon havs the Agency far a No. 1 Fire Ina. Co.
W. J McCausland K. M. Scripture.
McCAUSLAXD k SCRIPTURE, Proprietors.
COn. OP JEFFERTON & COMMERCE 8TS.
Kaolig the Square
, Dallas Texas,
F. M. Haukond.
JcDOWELL & HAMMOND,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
C0IT9S HIDES KOUJiTEY PRODUCE BOUGHT
Odd-Fsllows Building, .
oso. r. Ji.roao,
w. o. tiai, a. a. caiinaias.
Waiahachis.1 , St. Loais.
LFORD, MILLER & VEAL,
... . W Siraad, Galmten, Tmi.
Alford, Veal ' & Co.,
IIS N. Commercial St., St. Leuls. Mo.
Cotton Factors, General Commission Merchants,
1XD PURCHASING AGENTS.
Bagging and Ties furnlihsd atlowealcaah ratea, to
be pall" for when cotton is sold. Orders sent to eith
er house for Norchandlee, Plantation Supplies.Ferm
Utenaila, Machinery, etc., promptly filled.
Eithiji for nil si Siw York. Kit (i!mu mi St. Unit
' Msssas. T. C. Joanm A Co., Bankers, Dallaa, Tex
as, will make liberal advances onconiignments ts
either of the above houiei. ,ji Junes, 187S-43:lyr
Namswlllens mora time be seen In ths Uiaus.
ileukesthis method of Informing his manyfrleada
of Dallaa, Kills. Tarrant, Uolllu and kaufaian ooun
Ilea that he can be found In hia office over the store
of Dr. J. W. Haynes'.at all l ues, day and night,
where he wl 1 U haupy to operate for all who mar
favor him will, a call.
After many years' practice of Dental Surgery sne
eeelully h las.y Way able to give that aatlefa.
tloa which ths eel) nee deiaanda at the hands an ens
lator. Hii skill as operator can b seen in the
months of many persons la this county, that have
stood the teat mr 12 or It yews passed. Heextreota
teeth without mack pala, se save all who havstrled
' Ju n.nimiiij,
Free Love in High Love,
A Nashville correspondent of the Courier-Journal,
writing under dale of the
'J'lth lint., giyes Ihe following pioture of
woman In real lire, wulah may be caned
the legitimate fruit or "higher oivilna
lion, taught by mob female domoniaos as
Victoria Woodhull: t
There hag just oome to ray ears tbe ru
mor of a case In Mutfreesboro, this State,
which has put the entire community
thereabouts in a faver of excitement, li
seems tbe teachings of Mri. Woodhull are
not without their frail, even in such a
well-regulated Christian community as
Alurfreesboro, A low yours since Sir.
Joiiu Boasely, eon of Christopher Bease-
ley, a wealthy and reputable farmer near
Alurfreesboro, was uuited in marriage to
Miss Job, of the tame neighborhood, a lu
dy moat respectably oonneotcd. This cou
ple lived together in the utmost harmony,
three children being the fruits of tbe mar
riage, about whom clustered the most otter
ed hopes of the fumiliea of husband and
wife. They moved in the highest elides
of Middle Tennessee society, their intelli
gence, wealth and family name serving as
a passport everywhere. Bui into this Eden
of happiness the serpent entered, and
tnose whose names but yesterday might
have stood against the world are how dis
graced, heart-broken and miserable. The
husband, John Beastley, had a first cons
ing living in the neighborhood, Thomas
licnsoley, who was a frequent visitor at
the houBe or the former, and in whom the
utmost confidence was reposed by all who
knew him. That any improper li aison
was going on between the wife of John
Beaseley and ber husband's cousin, Tom,
no one ever suspected. But here, as else
where, it seems that love rules the court,
the camp, the irrovo, aud, in this iustance,
a very improper and disgustiug charaoUur
of the arliole, at that. In v-,- MoU'r
the wife yielded .o,L;;;eu tioiug 'words of
her udlawful,lfvvci. anJ day befre yesler.
uaya (yr .. . ii.nouremeut oc-
ourr.', ,...,. .0v.. ,k. ;,
. lU. me lUUlUHUjr USI.WM "" f-.
nad grown to Bitch a pitch that Thomas
Beaseley beoume, nil at onoo, bold in his
villainy. Yesterday morning, having ar
ranged with Mrs. Boaseloy previous
ly, he rode to the gate of the
husband's residence, and, throwing
a small package iuto the front yard,
passed on. The busdand, happening to
notice this maneuver, awaited further de
velopments, and saw his wife secure the
bundle and rotire with it to her room.
In a few minutes he followed aud caught
ber in the aot of secreting roll of green
baoks amounting to $3000, anda note from
nor gay tachinvur, arranging the details
of their escape from the soones of conjugal
tyranny. What was the trusting hus
band's grief and madness, when, on ques
tioning tbe young wife whom he loved
with the tenderest devotion, he was told
that sho loved Tom. Boasley; and intend jd
to go with him even, unto the "end of the
world." And she has thus far been us
good as her word. The cousin soon n
turncd, and in open day bore off the beau
tiful yet wicked Helen, amid the grief und
pistol shots of her outraged lord, nono of
the latter of whirh, however, unfortunate
ly, took effeot. "I love him," sho protest
ed, "and whither he goes there will I go
And, furthermore, while I admit you are
I lie f ather of our two cider children, the
last one is his and mine only, and him
will we take with us."
And thuB,and in broad daylight, and in
the oivilixed, sober end enlightened vicin
ity of Murfrcesboro, did this wicked cou
ple move off while all the good neighbors
looked on aghast at the scene. No occur,
renco that has ever happened, within tbe
memory of the oldest inhabitant, has ex
oiled more utter nstonishtuont and indig
nation among the elever people of that
pleasant and prosperous little oity. They
think, and properly, that lhe"eud of the
world" is coming when two of their most
reputable and honored citizens thus defy
the laws of God and morality. They took
a south-bound train for parts unknown
night before last, leaving the families of
Messrs. Beatlay aud Job iu the deepest
grief and mortification.
This oharacier of "higher law'' civiliia
tion has not, herotoforo, obtained counte
nance in Southern society, and of course
everybody who has heard of this excep
tional ove sneaks of it with bated breath
The respectability of the parties ooncerned
adds to the astonishment of Iho commu
ntty. : .
How natrat It it for a man, when he
makes a mistake, tew korreot it by kus-
stng sum body elso fur it.
Tho wimmiu ought tew ketch all the
phollows who part their hair in the mid
dlo aud clap a roil flannel pettyooat on
Hero it just what's the matter if you
shut yurseir up folks will run after yu
andifyu run arter folks they will shut
Ambishun lew shine in everything ii a
sure way tew put a man s kandle all out.
Thore it no revenge, so komplete as for
He that desires tew be ritoh onlv tu be
charitable ii not only a wise man, but a
Grate welth in our journey thru life ix
only extra baggago, and wants heaps of
Beware ov Iho man who makes a still
noise when he walks, and who purrs when
ne tains ; tie is a kat in disguise.
How CuiMinM Wni, T Af.it. Mother."
said our little throe-year old masculine
noperttl the other day at the table, "has
aunt Hat lie got honey in her mouth V"
"No, my blossom J why do you ask ?"
"TailM Ttillir T.n.i 1... 1. Li.
arms, out in the hall, and asked her to let
Dim laato of the honev on her ruhv line.'
(Laughter, blushes, and sensation among
the guests.) "Well, what did she say ?"
"Ah,, she warn't half so stingy as she is
with me, and she said all right, hurry up,"
and I guess she's got lots or it, for he
tasted and lasted more'n twenty times."
un nusui '
It Is reported (hat more than five hun
dred young men have left Gadesden and
the eounties adjoining for tbo Western
States, especially Texas, aince the Novem
ber elections. , This hegira it assuming
large proportions. The Montgomery, Ala.,
Advertiser, speaking of this exodus of
nennla frnm PlnMidi ..J C" .
L r -.i.imaeun ueorgIB, says !
The Texas fever rages with unabated fury.
Ti. . Ul -.i a a? i t . f
' neaiem, luooue ana Montgomery
railroads are daily crowded with men,
women and ehildrwn nn thai. inik.i
State. Tha daily i.m.. 1. .
.v ,u.UgV ,a euvui me
oaodred. . .
A rural ladr itnndlnn-
a rezister in a Cincinnati atn aiii-.ni.j
general attention to herself, by observing
to her husband r "James T oniiaa I'm
Ing to have a fever; I feel suoh hot streaks
runuin up mj legs,"
OAELIKOTO.f, MA1SALIS A CO,, DallllJeXM.
eiBusoTox, Vkviswewa CO., Conk-ana, Taxes
WJ1 OLE SALE
And dealer! In all kind! oi
AND BAR STOBES.
Dallas, ... Texas.
We take this occasion to thank our
friends for (heir liberal patronage extend
ed to us while at Corsicana. and bet: to re
mind theniund the people generally, liiat we
are now opening at Dallas one oft he largest
and most complete Stocks of Groceries ever
brought to the interior of Texas.
Purchasing as wo do, direct from Impor
ters and Manufacturers exclusively,forcasb
on the spot, and by our own labor almost
freeing ourselves from store expenses, and
being no way involved inthounayojlable.
losses incidental .JjJjig Credit Sttrei, 'it
"must be perfectly clear to the comprehen
sion of every one that we can afford to soil
our goods at Bmall profits.
We would respeotfully solioit the public
when visitin;; nur market lo call and ex
amine our Stock and prices for themselves.
Mi articles guaranteed as represented,
or mouey refunded.
Our House is situated on South side of
Elm Street, N. E. of Public Square.
G ARLINGTON, MAESAL IS & CO
Jau. 4, lfj73-tf
Have opened the Largest and Jlos
Varied Stock of
rate nt Medicines, Faints, Oils, Toilet
4 Articles, Lamps,
Ever brought to this portion of Texas, and nre de-tt-rmlned
lo eoll attho lowest Hgurea. We nk those
buying to aell auln to compare ours with New Or
leane itud Qulvoeton piiceM, Calculate freight, dray
aire, whurtngo, lenkaire, breiikui-o, ineanince and olh-
or expenses, togotbor with the groat lose ef time in
ordering Irenl a dfetnuce, and ive think tlioy will
lindweoflur euporior Inducements to give us the ir
IMitronngo. We denl with none bat liritcluaa houses
and oiforyon nono but nmtclass go-nla: bosldos we
will give you True Weijglita mill Mrnaurea.
Our Prescrlptiun Departpiont ia complete ami
nniter tlieauporvieion of Joe. K.llg. (jlvousacallo
Elm Street. Ileapoctfnlly,
II. 0. HOSKINS & CO.
Aug. 24, 1872-51:lyr.
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
Late of aud Soccrseor to Cneeldy A Miller,
10! I'oydros Street,
iet Orleans, . Louisiana.
Sail Markr Cotton Duck Aog.vT,
Manfactnrsr of Tents, Awnlngi,Tarpanlingi, Wag
on Coven, etc., etc.
Wboleiale dealer in Manilla and tarred Rope.
I would call aneclal attention to the celebrated
Cordage manufaotnred ky ths Plymouth Cordage
Company, Plymouth, Mass. As 1 purrkase the
Coraage for cash at;ths very loweit price and re
ceive it direct from ths factor?, I can oITor great
inducements to dealers, railroads, etc. 1 Manu
facture and keep constantly on hand a large assort
ed atock of Tonts, auitable for railroad contractora
and others, which we guarantee to be better made
and at nricea, aa low as cau be had in Now
York, St. Louis, or any northern or western city.
1 am wholesale dealerl In American, English
anl French bunting for flagn. Flags oTall sixos
constantly on hand.
MAURICE 8COTT,Esq.,Maln street', Dillas, Tex
as, will act as my Agent. All orders left with him
will be promptly filled at we lowest caah prices.
J. C. MILLER,
noMy. 107 Poydrai St, New Orleans, La.
in the lrtitMnts up riiiiino r,,r.
man, Tarrant and Parker counties.
THOS.FIELn, Dallas, Tsxai, li lole agent forthe
beve named counties lor
WALTEtt A. WOOD'S CELEBRATED MOWERS
tfvNI-V MtrMna MnM will U n . .1 l.
, ......v d K,miniirvti xo De ai
g'Jod as any Mowing and Reaping Machine in the
8END IN YOUR ORDERS EARLT.
Th M.nhln m .l.l .
, 1 1 wu B" terras, me
lolllowina named farVnAr. h... ,.j.l k. wAA.i m..
r Mr. A.J. Jasper,
lamas, v N
n si. Ham
del' t. Wnol..h
Dr.Chas. E. Keller
J. 8. Froet '
Succe-sor to Flsld Brethers, '
- Main Street, Dallas Texas.
Q K. FREB3IAIV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. .n in an i ue vonris at Austin, and w 111 at
tend to basiness in the lieneral Und otDie, lud sth.
sr depaitmenli of tha Slats Uovernu.nl.
VH'- ' si
T lien" to IP,ne,l
ABooatvlto Whole Eiico of Woman I
Femaie kegulatoR !
at.- If ....... . ..Ilnva atl nsktn fat th
'V: '1 Ml" "ur. Rl euma . .. and Neural
l"i."o b. k .At." I Lencorrk.,,, or "Whiles,"
and iiirtlsl Jr.lsp Uteri; check excoaslv. flow,
io me ni.. , .. sbov, U,0HIMM
11 INIU un . -
Quinine lsl! '"f""-,... ,, ,..
La-lie. cauwre w . . y ----- ---
JoTwhSf..!. uiortlfyiug'to tbel, pride and
"Tt iTr'owaiai.uded by ths best physiclaus aud the
olorgy. .,..,. n 11...1, n lmii.
.... . n a ' A H.itiu. r IInr Hire ! I
BHAunr-i." r.r ii i.i
twentv veair, the moilii lne ou are now putting np,
known as Dr. J. llrudlield's Female Regulator, aud
consider It tin boat combination ever gottou togetli-
or lur tlieumeee1'. iu, ........
. 1 . ...in... ...Iiu !.. ....,-. ,.H,i Ititlli as a
have neenisnii"". ...... .. .i. ---
oractltlomrof medicine mid In domestic practice,
" . , ilu ..u tl.ul 1 ..i.n.frlnP II a ImillltO
anu can ihw.i'.t ... - -aulforliis;
ftiualos, und can but hope that evory lady
. ..i.i I l... ...u 1.. .iin-.riiii. I an v -nv
III our Wlime iau, www ' j -
p t-ulisrtollioir sex, muybeableto procure a but.
tie, that their sufferings may not oDly bo relieved,
but that tliey may be re.tored to health aud
strength. With niy kindest regards,
ism rcsiiiiiiiiiij, ii.ui..iiii
Fear Mauiktta, Ga., March 21, 1870.
.... WM. ROOT k SUN. Dear Sirs t Some
months iigo I bought a settle of HrailAeld's Feiuule
i, Lin in, in vim. aud have used it in my fain f ly
Willi the utmost satlsiartiun, and have recommend
ed It to ihreoolbor families, and they have found it
... t..t it i. reoiiiiiiiiouded. The femalns who have
used your Regulator are in perlect health, and are
ahla In at end to llioir uoubciioiu uuuoo, auu ..vm-
dially reenmmend It to tbopuMio.
' ...,-..11.. U.w IF II Imiuon.
Wo mnild add a thuuiMlid other certillcutea, but
vi nr. rvniieuiiiiiiT. i.e.. u, .
we consider the nbovo usipty suucient prooi oi ill
virtue. All we ask Is a trial .
ii'or full narticuliirs, history of diseases, aud cer
tificates of it. woudoriul cures, tbereudor Isroforred
to the wrapper arouuu n o uouie.
Mauumttureq aiu soiu uy
EUAUriELD & CO',
'rico81.Su. Atlanta, tta.
Sold by all Drogglats.
Apr 20,ll97i 3i:eow-ljr. N
The 5tU Animal Scsnion
WILL COMMENCE IN THE
Kef Ctlltgt Building Vidir,St(t. 10, 1S72. i close Junta, '13
Second Term Begins Monday, Feb. 3, 1873,
Rev. W. II. Scales, A. M., rrincip'i
Miss. M. E. IIuhson, A. M., - Assistant
Miss Eliza J. Mat, Asst. Primary Dep't
Mas. Mart Sutton, - - Music.
RATES OF TUXXXOrvT,
Per Term of Four and a Half Months
Preparatory Department $10 00 to SH 00
Academic Department........ lo(ti- 18 09
Ooll.eiate Department 20 (XI to 2-2 00
Music 25 m
Use of ri.no 6 00
Contingent Fee 100
Latin or Qreek One Dollar per month extra.
Tuition siiviible In mild, by the Term, oue-half In
advance ; and when uut thtia paid, Intereat at 10
permit, till paid. Pnpila charged from entrance
to me close ot ino rerrfi. ueuuciinn ouiy lor aD
seiii-e bv sickness of two weeks or moru.
Hoard in good families at $15 per month one-
hall in advance.
SMALL BOYS ADMITTED.
W. II. SCALES.
Aug. 17 lS7!S-.0:t'
Scale ai elionwe,
t3 . AM. STR'ET
Cotton Ueams Sugar Beams
Tobacco Beams, Cotton Bal
ances, Platform Coun
ter & Drug Scales
Of ill doserlptlon and sixes, Warranted correct.
Thief-Detecting Money Drawers,
Erocmucr's Steel Mills
For Grinding Corn, Coffee and Spices,
, SHUIVEIl'S LETTER
For sale at New York Frlcei.
FA1BBANKS & CO.
W. R. BOWMAN, Agent, 63 Camp St., N. 0.
Nov. 20-ll:6m oa.
gAM'L H. BICHARDSON & CO.,
S. S. Cm. Cbmmerciaaad H'afuul Sli
St. La uia, Missouri,
And Wholesale Dealer! In
Floor, Liquors, and General
"Consignment! of Wool, Uidos and Cotton in
hcited. Kepresen'.ed by Robert A. Allon, of Bryan,
T"- Nov 30, '.12:Sm
JIVEUY, FEED AND
K ItAIH STRIXT, OrrOSITt THS CRUTCUriXLD IIOUSS
The undersigned hav
ing purchased thestock
. " . vjoi- MUS- laiciy owucil uy iuesers:
Law. A ml.. IA .r..i,.. I...-
, . M,,ni "umiu jvamciiuiiy luiorni ino
cltiisns of Dallaa and the publio gouerally, that
tbey have opened the above stable , where they will
keepatsll times, 1I0RSB8, BUUGIKS, HACKS,
o., for hire. They will alio Buy and Soil Stock,
ana do a general Livery businsss. Tboy respect
fully solicit the patronage of the public.
. J0NE8 A HALL.
Pallas, Dee, U, 18T2-l:tf
Al'FFMAX Is BUNCE.
COMMISSIOX MERCDAJITS A COTTO!! FACTORS.
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
Cotfee, Wlnoa and Liqnora.
Oct. 12, 1871 -ly.
00 BARRELS FLOUR
Inelsdlng ths Beat kraada made In ths United
States, fre.h from St Louis, Just received by
A GRAND GOLD HEDaL
Was awarded at the Jack son, Miss. , Falref n1,
Coleman's Corn and Wheats
TUB BEST Mill, Ilr rjt
First Premium awarded at the following 8tau
Onoruln. Mncoli 1M1
1871 and i '.
South Carol iatf,'
T T .
New VorkC y.N. y..isoo
IHdil, ibli', ion lore
Louisiana, N.O lHu
lStiS, ltltill, 1070 107 1
lt ha. el d test of puaoticai. esafo. .'
a quarter ol a century, and keeps pice
Mrs. frum Now i ork City to Bienham. t...
Ciileman Mill has succeHsiitlly compoted ,;
other well Known ami prominent Uriel AIIIIi,
this market and lias always bn awariltd tin
Premium fur good and rust grindiug, wliot,,,.
licly vxhlblted. Its points of excellence in
SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY AND EFriCltj'
Six d liferent sixes for plantation, custom ..iJ
lr. i.pimlillir Till. HtMllnfl r flf ..tliJ B . .
Pricos aluut tho lame as other Mills, To, u
t.li,ni,nliiln from nartlmi in Alitlinma ui.
- . .. i : : . ... '- ..im.
Louttiiiiniianil loxas. aonu lor Clruularaig
List. Mauufocturod by '.
II. Dt'DtiEY COLEMAS. f
Factor'v. 205 Tclioupltniilaa Street. onn,ii.f.
Mary s Market, Depot ami aalosraoni, No. J f
Street near St. Charles Street, Now Orleani, ul;
Owsns A Englleh, Galveston. t
Henry ShiTilhu, Huustan.
Norton A Doutx, Sun Autouio.
RuHHi-ll, Raiuoy A Co., Joiforsou,
Js. r. bis, niireavport y-;
A CTB with Ki-iiilcneHn ninl them'.
Xi. ncHsnn ilia Liver and general clrcglr
keeps the bowels In nuturul motion, slid tkl
the system from all Impurities. scrN,,lt l
.inform! 0. S. PIlflPHim
till KitllRKIt. tinilr tlillllirh Ilistart linen :r
Bjiriln, coltl ffot unit Immla, Coiitlvontiii Lit
aflomiioiini1od In strict acrordaneo willi v
jli-v und flfLiiifffi,. nlinsmiie l.t -
wii.imi.i.,1 ..uw hiiwmw pnaiuiHo.!, MIIIUP1 ,
tuhlo 0 o m - n Ml M 1) D i HI V h utuav
after thft viiUUUUIkl ii V
of twenty yearn lnceBSant wt been ty leif tiw
ReUTORATIVK Hflil IUfJUl'KUANT by til fillip
teritiinouy ol'thoumiiultt iiriing it ; ho luruiui
adjuKttid tJmt it keeps, ilio hixw in lie a I .bruit
aud wben ttio Oireutionn nre ubservoti thejiiH
waiite and rtiplvq Uhiueut lu the Iiiiiuhu tjt
like the pntrlttrt-.hriof old, druoB into ttiegrv
gThsnsw LIVER MEllCIiE. "C;;
ptmimetit Hud rohutit cunstittitiun, it cu !i
with equn4 anfuty und cortainty of iucchd
young child, invalid lady or itrung mtui. '
DR. O. S. PROPHITT'S
ANODYNE PAIN KILL
JJIVtB TAILING I y
HllifiS PA1IV IN EVUnV FOU
CintKS Paint in tht Had; Chni, Jlipi v
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, VougU$t Voidt Jhc
A.fection$, Kidnty I)iteartt JJyxpep$iat Lm
plaint; Colic, Cholerat Cholera Mvrbu$t Plnrmi
ma, Heart Hunt, 'i'wthache, Jawnche, Eawk
ache, iSiraiiin, lirniiei, Cult, Vontuitiont, Hern.
tVd Wound, tifatd, Humm, Chill Ulaim, Ft&
Pouontqfall kendu, veetabltor animal, Bf
IPixlrL 12.111 I
tbe romcdlos ever discosversd for the rlli
fcring humunity, this is the host P.' . Ilu
known to M.iliciil Science. Them iir
permanent in the must inretera' diwaie .
is ne humbug, but a grand Medical DIkvh"
I'Am KiLHiK containing no poison to ItiHtsu
liz.o ordrlvo tbe inllniontloii upon an inim
gun. Its cfllclency is truly wonderful UiIec.
stantaiicoiis. It Is destined to banish F"i
aclins, wounds and bruises, from ths hur,
Mannfactured by Briulfleld Co., Atkni
Sold by all druggists.
April 20, ls;j-,jicow:lyr. .
For over;F01!TY YEARS thin
liver medicine has proved tot
GBEAT UNFAILING SPECi;
'Slh,'!It f""'" far and Its painful oirp.?
PM'SIA. CONSTIPATION, Jaundice, BIIUv
tacks, sick headache, colic, Depr.nof
lis, SOUR STOMACH, Heartburn, ClllLlSil
VEIt, etc, etc I
After years of careful experiments, ff
great srid urgent demand, we now produci'l
original G'raui j'oieders S
THE PREPARED, '
A Liquid form of 8IMM0NS' LIVER j
TOR, containing all lu wonderful and nM
perties, and otter it In '
Ono Dollatj Uottlo'
The Powden, (price as before,)..,.il.00rr''
Sent by mail .......1.01. i
I CAUTION ! t I
runners or rKEPAKSDSlJIIlo,
ER REOULATOR unlsss in our eiigravad"'
with Trade mark, Stump and Signature iil'i
u.u.r i. genuine J
J. II. ZEILIV & CO-
MACON, GA., AND PHILADBI" '
SOLD BY ALL DRL'GQ'-
J)ENNI & SIMON,
W atA asu m asa-at M S AT
Kortii Side of Couuercs Si-
A few floors East Public Sq",
DALLAS, . , . fi-r.
t.. j-w.ll .a- . a..i!(r? '
- .- . n sum ituct ui tn a unt r,
. .11 a: i . . . .i . Ul l .
n.e... iiuirji, nnukre preparea loao iu- f. :
SjMKiial attention paid to fine work andnp; ?
Give uia cull. DKNNI81
une it igv...a:tf. V
. wci M j.c.4
J .F. LI CE & CO.,
Cotton &, Wool DFoc"
, rcrminus j!f. T. 0, R. A
Corslcann, Ennls and P
-iii" ,n,ifin pniu .oreceivinn " Vji
(roods and proditrs. Consignments reel"i
llctad. 4-Warehonas near depot.
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