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m BJli THE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1S73. V TTT niTlT "nriTi TlTT,! Plurd h. the M.lrnr,,,!,.,, lialf FEOM AUSTIN. "i ? Ipaclal to tno Dailaa Herald. Amtik, Texas, March 6, 1878. Fenale Dahoney presented a petition from 200 councils of temperance in favor of the liquor lew. .Governor returned the bill oonlerrius richt f oitlienship to ' foreigners applying for olerkship during vacation. Okieoted on aocount.of being un ; eouslitntional. olaiuiioe that it would in 1 vile a fraudulent vote. Franks presented ...tilinn lit.lmliva Ttnril.n aitkino lirlv. j m hvii ... v"B , B r - ilcte to ooufront and examine witnesses, . and protection from rulings of Con . . mlliee on IDvotiugaiiou muieu. fiourj i v, petition ftr relief of Eust Texat railway, extending time of work and granting same subsidies as other trunk roads. Bill , .passed locating the seat of Kinuey eoun- . i ...- i !..! ry ty at iiooKeiisviue. - invenugimg Viouip- trollers and Treasure s omoe: eoasolitU. , tini Waeo Tan and Texas Central. Heury bill providing for frontier defence, and ' oritanizinz a reuiment of oavalry. House . bills passed amending charter of New Orlerns road; authorizing the Marion ' 'county fund debt; authorising Ellis ," county ot levy special tax to build a eourt- ; house. f Bills introduced Morris, of Rusk, one , lo establish a bureau to manage school lands : Mills, one regulating clearty the duties of Secretary of State and other Stale departments ; constitutional amend- ' meut agniu up ; llainey and Allen favor ing and Armstrong and Mtony opposing. lo Chambers international bond ease urged on demurrer, closed last night. fticliardnou holds the case undor eonsid- eration. Guess. Nw OrlPnn Mftrnh 6 The morninir Timet has the following: In the early partof yesterday, rumors were prevalent to the ellecl tliat sometniog serious was root. it was seriously supposed mat suco eess was attending aemonsirauons on tue previous evening, and would be followed 1'. J .( . by an attaok on different stations through out the city. A tnousand diuorent repot la prevailed during the morning, but at noon the excitement bad gradually subsided, there beinii nothiug turtber done to war rant the feeling. Late in the day, bow. ever, and about nigntraii it beoame evi . dent, movements or some sort were on foot. Bodies of man were assembling at dif- erent poiuu in the central portion of the oitr, and arms were freely displayed. It was said on the atreets that one or the large politieal oluhs had offered Governor Mcrioery four thousand men early in the , afternoon, 'and a .number of bod- its or men appearing ; sjemei to jus. Ilfy this assertion. A company of about ' : one hundred, was assembled at the lower .part of camp street, another on Poydras and Magasine, and another gathering, was reborted near the sugar sheds. About , half past nine o'elock, a squad of Mi litis., moved down Royal street, and " emerging into the Plaza in front of St, ; Louis Cathedral, fired into the station bouse.. The fire was returntd from the - building and a ball grating Gen. Ogden'l head and shoulder, the militia retreated, - but twenty , minutes, : they - were reinforoed by about thrte hundred men ' Pickets were then stationed at the inier- ' sktlon of Royal with Toulouse, St. Peter with St. Ann. head of St. Peter street, at i the corner of Cbartres and Toulouse. After this first brush the station houso (Was ; closed and bolted, the stores of 0. ltiirond, ud J. Guilfoux and L. Kile, containing arms were broke opened by militiic;yaud , the contents approurtaied. At about quarter lo ten o'clock, Gen. Bodger with - ; three companies of police, numbering 80 each, and one piece of artillery, lorued at . the comer or est. Louis and Uhartres. The - 'piece was soou alter limbered up and tak . en down the sireat, the police marching by . tours on iiauquetle. tvnen they reaohed ' Toulouse street, . firing began; a rakinc , volley being delivered from the oorner of Jefferson street. The police returned the Ore, but In confusion, and bad some dim euUy in unlimbering the pieoe. There - was continuous musketry firing for about five minutes, when at last the gun waa got into position and disobarged twiee down ' Charlres street. This created aoine inde cision iu the ranks of the militia, and tbey fell back n.omentamily, but quickly ' rallied, and firing was resumed. . A final hot was disobarged from the gun, and militia retreated into Jaenion tjquare, po )lc removing on Cbartres, between Tou j i louse and.Su Peter streets. At 10 o'clock thf militia were being rapidly teinforoed from all quarters, the squads moving to ' Jackson Square. So far as known, one man was aiueo anu eigni wounded or me ...:, . ,1,... V..,. ,. u........ ..... w-. ' ported among the police one of theui be : ; ;tigbtly wounded in the arm. Lieuiauaat i J&iug, ef General Kmory's Staff arrived at ib scent of notion at the corner of St. Pe ter's street and Levie, at 10:80 p. m., and .t - asked tor the commander of the mob. .. Soma, one informad the officer Ibat Ibis was not a mob, but real eitiiens of New ;; Orleans. Col Ogden and Gen. VYagga- mon coming up, the Unite! Htntcs otfioer informed tbem, be came from General Km- , ory aud bad ordeni so request militia to ". .disperse, adding at the same tune that , Gen. Kmory had received orders to that - effect from Washington. Col.Oedenre. ' plied that he would older the men to re- , iir and disperse immedialtly, and he re- Jiuestea mat Air. Bona wbo belda position a the oourl building, be permitted to pass ui lints witn ins men. rue officer said h could only submit this request to the cominanuer ot me police. Vol. Ogden ' went down and endeavored to nave Mr. Bond released, but failed. We learn that I about this ' time General Waggamon, commanding the militia, was met by Qen. Smith, of U. S. A., in front of the Ca thedral. Gen. Smith requested Gen. YVag- gapob, in the name or the United stales, lo disperse, vhish the latter at once com piled with, remarking it the same , time, . "Gen. Smith, desnite vonr RnnrUav. I n:i ' - .11 . . . . I. . . r - J...; . . i .1... it appears that I am im avnimen to navs tuai pleasure only in the capaolty of a prison- tr. It will be remembered that General Waggamon surrendered the army lo this : ofiker last Deoember. Afterwards the rowd gradually dispersed and left Ihepo- ' tic in quiet possession. , f ( ' ' The aotiou of the United Slates troops use taken ia obcdlW of the following Mlegram: " ' ; ' " if ' Washingun, March 6, 178.' te Gen. W. H. Emory, comnjandlig the ; department of the Gulf at New Or- ..Mw'tte bff government of Lotiisiaoa. Aa'leJ8 pw W. J. Sski,' ' . Gsnernl, B- . Tia uumh nm.u.i .i.iiiiis rt vu. uuugor, wan w mcu tdrvw of arlillsrj, rtaohsd the station, ing dolour tolas war of, to 11 111 Ki adranosil toward i(, tod seat of Uur phj to demand their surrender, k" reached the mtlon the attoiiFrly wore reoeWed with a Toller loi. guui of perhapi 75 men, end imMl3 reterned the fire. The met or? re" treiiBil. and vmli.. ....I.I..2 I..DIUX- I ed the sta'ion and seven prigonar then ascertained that M. K""'1 lera itttien; had been inll'nu- ed, a ball penetrating his a Worn An other man named Ernest Lira M (truck in the arm with a buck-el Chandler was conveyed ta a dtore where aphjsician attended him. '"I"' i r-v ".--.. Rimuum (1IU. f were entertained for his rocaverV 1- - tending physician expressing th'011 mat death waa momentarily (i ex pected. i At half-past 8 o olook all was a ihe police had at that hour retired f up per portion of the Market lLuv,iB8 a small guard on duty. New Orleans, Maruh B Ki:mt- ropolilan police, were armeJao ry and have just taken posesniui of Fol lows itau, s&ere the McEnery lr"ui" uv unreuiiore met. Air. JfV. Juw;i Speaker of the limine, and other " who were in the hall at the time ta ken to first precinot polioe sttlopDout a nunured meiropohtaua ooc lua Liaiayeuesquare. uous dernblai"" and a large crowd iitberiue a the square and Odd Fellows Hall. flew Orleans, Maroh 6. 10 A.-lhe eity was perfectly quiet this taojt no trouble apprehended to-day. Hi nated mat uov, otoencry um not auth' me movement made by militia1 la'SBt- Metropolitans are in quiet potsesKith the United States troops in easyport ing distance, the militia- all' crssd. The oitizens generally eeum to re atiaoK last nignt as premature.9 00 jeotof fusionist i in makinir it 0t c"ariy appear, , out supposed to 1 oeeu wllu v'e" or showing that psofsuid on h1""1 nuumii. iu iveuoggs'""- - h I KAn i. Mm n aiuma HT...L A Sao Frnnoisoo, March 0.4Tewore offered to Modocs first surender tison eis of war to Gen. Canby, ani leeive full amnesty for past record to beoved to Angel Island and there to J.butlnJ, fed, and eheltered as Soldiers annul some permanent house in iaoirm coHutry may be found, porhapi liiiona tmrii, to be clothed, bed and ebita in their new bouse unit! such llmtlhey will be able to maintain thenuelwom- en and ohildred and to receive Jrorta- uon to Angei island, thence W mew home. Fourth, Qen. Canby is ifupin ion that he can promiso Capi. i and some of his freedmen permission iiit me rresiuent m Hew York. March 0 Geti sont. who is here, has prepared a Irn de fence in the matter of the proiega in is concerning the El i'a road bond sales. He denlos all owl- edge of fraudulent praotices. I criminal action in France? itluat Fremont, Berdon, Probts, ParJistiiig nl and Poppinel, and accusation on Probts and others of eerlifioaie New York Sioek Exchago, wherebV Imf the Kl Paso Compauy were eijftal to Paris Bourse. It ia probable I lead ings may be commenced attaint nont in this country. I Liverpool, March 0 noon Cltiien. (d quiet and steady, uplands '.1-k.ni 10. . " " r later Collon nuiet aid lUlcnln 12,000: speculation and exnort If ihin. pedfrotu New York on MarEctb iur April . f xvew Vork, March 6. -Cotton 17 Uplands 'M Orleans 21 If lour steady, unchanged. Wheal sleal;Ci)rn steady. Pork firm. Lard fini'iitrn 84a-lti. Turpentine 6'Jj. ioiHifa) S7A strained. Freights quiet imks steady. Gold firm, 15. Monet fit) A to 1-16 percent. xchaniej h Bl: Short 0. Governments dull, steadvttea steady. Arrived out' lliiola Angnlij ... A Card To the Citiiens of Dallas Cibnd r. .... t i . . t i The undorsignod hits ostlbbed himsulf aa a general Stock; iuun- ecr, Appraiser and Uonfmion Merchant in your midst. Itcof all kinds, Roal Estuto, Goolsjur, nitaro and Household EfToefc ev ery description bought andloon tho most reasonable terms. I In connectibn with tno inxt)U. sin ess, I Imvo established m h. liironco Umco. WDere 1 Will Iniro I i. . " J aDBiications lor Dusinesa ofl a naturo, and hooo to bo ableioim . . . . . i j just and general satisfaction tall parlies. I U Office Corner Hoasti ii (nj merco Streets, Dallas, Tetsl. -ltespoctfully.'M. A. HIIBiffl Alarcb 6, 173 -du21:tf J J. S. PENN, OOSORKS ATlNrjR, Hooka, Stationery, Wewi onrt Taring, B gabicrlptlou rKtlved for all paperi ah) ifi RECEIVING1 NEW GOODS EVER I k. ( 01. , L I. . I ? - ocuvvi ..... i canoi duvk. ( Blank booki I I Us OoklPanil Oolil Fantl . 1 Ite. Wall Sapor t Wall Kle. -J L-i I . 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, V I DALLAS,, HalSinvr IE TAST STOCK FOB SALE, I will soli the best Burr T Dallas, with or without harness aifcj, E-!. it. . . n.ll .i I auw iiawme tu uumh W W ' Dallas, January 10, 18713:1''. WILLIAMS IJROS.;1' , Wholesale Ot XLetail nam n Staple and Fancy Groceries, PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIGARS, And lure WINES & LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, Kim & main : t , Street, DALLAS, TEXAS, DlgbMt Cub price paid for country product. TIlSV b.ff Ik. .tt.i,lnH nfll.. H..I.IIM 1. Ik. ..,in In oummlwlua .imlallv .lira :1U 10 tlit-m by Mmara Kl Hffi. A il.v A-i .1 1 ... i- mucjp for Sjiiuur. Onlnbraiwl Caliwya Uiutu. BYAI'VOINl'MBNT.. Til. tm.l. In 11. Il..l..l ....... ..f ..... -I.- .Ill . .. . ,u ... i..,i.ri. .i.h. ui mil-rim .ill dIhuu iiIim.w-II,.. U'iin.H.. M.. ..rrt.ii... T... ... (UnilMl dUlm), h.ir.) Imoonie it.uul' for III Kile of . V 13 i. 17 11 I . .1 . 1 . vu. u.u. w. wuuiu .pwiviiy ruovniiimn.i imrul 10 liunuM uirout iruio uieiu, niaraoy proiiu Hun rrsuil. trterccr, Asuev & vo. vl-n3-dly Colouial Square, London JJLOCK, JETT & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, AMD DEALERS IM BAGGING AND TIES, Cob. Elm & I.ua Sri. Dallas, . - Texas. vluililtr M ISS LIZZIE McGEE, TEACHER OP VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC&FRENCII, (Late Teacher of Vocal Mmlo.Mmhittan vllle, N.V) OmitH HEIt PROFESSIONAL SRVICS To tha Oltiaona of Dll.u County, Toxu. Ail to Dr. J. W. Uc(J, Doutlat, Coiner alaln anil Laaiar 8lrMiu, ", Dalbi,Ta, Uaich i,1873.-unl9;l r. a. una. a. W.HVXT. P' A. SAYKE & CO ., 17tioleiiale alid Retail ID r ia. ggistej. Optoalta IbeCrutchMd Houe. . Dallas, - . - ' Texas. nUilir. j JOWARTU & DOUGLAS, . MERCHANT TAILORS. THKLATKBT AND MOOT FASniUXABLE CLOTHING, . ,.'. "v Cat a.-.d aado by EXPERIENCED WORKMKN. JriTarwa 8trl, twlwrna llalu aud Blm, ntM3m Diuas ttxu. f "W. MoGKE, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SUBGERY, (Late of Baltimore, Maryland,) . IIA8 LOCATMD PERMANENTLY IN Dallas, Tixas, DR. MoGKJ la a grailaate of tho Bitltiia.ra D' UI OuHoga, anrtuu Imd mora tbaq lwuij-lite jrg prutlw and xprlire. Ornoa Oonwr Maia Lamar B'rwti, Oalku TA'i Dullw, TM, March 2, W.1.-nl:l - yAGONS AND MOLE3 ,u. FOR HIRE, Te work as Rail mud or do g loentl hiulln j. , . Ptrtaua waotiag aoob aarvteM will laijolre at thk olkce or ta .i W. M. KHNOLPS. aelSdlw at DuIIm lktl W.J. McCuolWad E.M. Bcriptun. DALLAS hotel, kAUSUND SCUhOU, Proprietors; COIl. OF JXFFERTON & COMMIRCR ST8. Faclii th SQiare , , DallM, i- - Texas, al.vl-dly LACKS1IIT1I SHOP. J. L. WBLCHt PRACTICAL HORSB-SHOER AND i- . ... ,t-Mi. V '"";"" 1 BLACKSHITH, i Umulway, oitwaaa Mala aod Coimwrce 8trtf, t . Would mpoctlollr aanoaam w an many inrnsa and lb public pnaralli, that in l (till on (era Srwa, and la nrepurod, with maiarlnl and axpuriauo. ad workout), lo do all aluda of work In hit line. JiaJ ' J" fits ladlvidual SPBCIALTr IB UORSE-SUOEING ; bnl bt has In bli tmploymon worbmaB wbo ara Ihoroaably il-. , coBipcieBllo'va'iui.vrKiiiw twerk, end b wllcita Iba coniloosd paironaM of f -sr- Vl . i rQ lhM waaiing wora aooa ia " """" J. LiVYIlLVM. jaalt,l1SM0:tt, JING k IIOBUUG'S' . v lib' ' . GREAT MOHAL EXHIBITION WILL' EXHIBIT AT IIAYNESMIALL, irxxrxt days only, ' !' COMMENCING TUESDAY, JIABCII 4TII. WONDERFUL LEOPARD CUlLDt OK SPOTTED BOY. Tbli atnDlililiig pmloian of humMilty, aeon nat-tlng link bnlww u lb bruto orvalloa, waa cap turrd in tlx wllUi at Afi If a By an rilorlug parti In IkawnHcMuf Hr mo.lUrw-luu. M iIiwit, Qiimu Vlcloila. In tUa Spring of IMis, aud aihlbitrdiu Loudon In t u Z mlolcnl O n dn, a nd In Ilia ihorl aiac ot leo inontli lia wai vlaiti-d bjr ona uiillUn nva hundrad tlumiand cin-iona allu fmira. At a apticUl uiwlicat aNBtinatlon, in tlia ally uf parit, Kailn:Dn of tha hllK.t t lui-alloiiul lUadlug of Iiuiloa, UliwiMW, Viumm, 81. 1'alunburg, and of lite Kiaitcb ilapiial, latlad lo anoouitt for Ibli moat womltrlul fraakof uatura and aiyilurlouily ooni. tutud mortal. ' The Leopard CiiitD ia iupioid to ba ahaiit nlua yearn of age, and ll entirely covered by rnaulaily formed WU1TI AND bLACK BPOT3, irallar to the leopard. Tbe a klle apota are at clear ae Ihe pur Luucn.ln eklu, wbllit tbe black it of tuat Jelly bueof tbe Congo African. Professor Padgett, The Great Circassian Wizard, Fias KlMO and Vknteilousist, ' ' 19 alwayi on hand to amnio the audience wHb bla wouderful trickt, and Laughatile Play of rUNOlI AND JUDY, Xalfo In. X3 otx, tlx, o IH WONDERFUL SPEAKING HEAD THE HAP1?7 FAMILY! Coualiling of varlont tpeclea ef Anlratlt liriag to golbtr In Perfect Ilarniony, A JMammoth Moving Panorama! TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHT HIGHLY COLORED AND IN- . TEHEST1NO SCENES, Tiiitlifullyrepretenllug the old Euti'xian Catacombs, Holy Land, PAL1STINE,LIFE OF CHRIST A u'l ritifooflbe Old and New World, and correctly ruimj iiir umny uuiu. n-rurt 01 ine recent Uuropuitn War, oouclui'ea ihie hlgbly eiilirtaini an d moral exhibition. Admission ...... 25 Cxs., Coin Doois open from 2 I. M. to 10 P. M. March Id, 1873..dul9 ULT, JENKINS & ADLT, - GENERAL LAND AGENTS, Dallas, , ,-i . Tixas, . Art now offering for tab the following , DALLAS COUNTY FARMS, . 710 acre, IS mtloi north of Dallat, llOaorea In cnltlvaiKiu, Due Owclllnjt bout, price al'i.iul. 60.1 acre, 10 mile north ol PulUt, 10 acret in eul litatlon.Hne water; tiabiir and prairie, prlitlO,000. Sjoi aenm. 13 mipie north of Ihillm. M wrna In oul- ll.aikin, Aiwtprlngi pralriaand timbr,prlce$i,60i. 140 acret, 8 mllee north of Da I km, 70 acree in cul tivation, prairie and Umber, bhich aaudji toll, price tUO acree, 13 milet norlh-eatt of D.iHa, 46 acres In coltina'lon, prairie and tlmOar, price l,W0. , 240 acrea IK 1-K mlbn north ef Uallat. SO acret In cultivation, price$16 peracra. dSacrea inilea weal of Uallna, U acret In cultiva tion, price SLOW Hiaerea7 miles aorlb-waat of Dalkw,aS.aorea la cultivation, priee J600, 24 acrea 0 mlkw north of Snlku,jart of the Wm Darnel lurvej, all faaced but aot brule, priee tl.SW. ' - CITY PROPERTY. tviumii UODSES. Block -No 9. BiinNton St and Parlfte Imu home b ruoma. Lot S and block bo TW. corner of Paciflc Arcane and JflScrmn ttreyt, rnonii. Hbick Ni U norttt half of llo-uton aad Wood Sti. S rnoiita. Block Mo !H2.Ba i Jac Into ttreet and T O.Baltraad. 9 ruomi. , lilork rtozu iom-.in leei Howard Ft, lot cabin. Ill", k Nn!4 lot 4. HotMton and Wood Bit. 6 .coioa. lllock No 69 Lamar and P.. Ik ttrratt, "2 roomo. )ilck No 217 UDxIIOfi KaatanUrllllu tuft moot, lllock U24KaxiO ft OriHtn Pattern on ttt,4 ruoma Block 7 Ooinmorce tirvet lOOiMXI Ibet 6iwa, Block il eul bait Boat and Carter ata, ( roemt. AULT, JENKINS it AULT. Marrh I.7S. rpne CFI.EBRATED HERLOIVO 1 C'atiam Hewd. FROM LOTJISIA-ISTyk.. Bai!i, Tain, Feb. lib, 1873. Daeid lfcOaaiCj Jba: Bia Thlt to certify that I have planted Ive acret of land with Ilia llerloag llotton Bead, obtained ef yoa ahat the Hrat of but May, tnma of Ihe aeed did not come I alii the Srtt of June. I did not eel a full tland. 1 gathered off the Sve acrna eliihl lulrt ef ruitnn, avrtaeiug over Ave haiidn-d poonili each. I am wtiii bed that with Ihe earn culture, II will ylaahl twice aa much aa any other cotton, ol which I hare any knowledge. Bi-tidwll ia can't r fathered. A Hand can pkk 7n lo li pouuaa more per day and there ia no mote watte Irom felHug out than with any "tli- eraotton,- , . W. B. DAVIDSON. witneea. ii. el. Moo. We oertlfr that Mr. W. B. Davldto it truthful and reliable gentleman, and hleatateraeut 4a corrob. orated by Mvaral other plaarara. . '. T.ll. WIL(ON, ' ' V il " ' ' WM.PAVW. - :'.W- I' CuAtriuJ, Kararraw cooniy, Texaa 1 , . December 2d, ! J Datid lfcCVautt: Diia Bta I planted the rterlonrCollcn ikl v... the yirald proved to be oae hundred per rent mnr. than tbe Dixon, Bbeewki or Peeler (kitton, ' -en ,., . ;. .' B.POIIBHBNT.. The above tenia can be bad at $3 per bntbel at' Meatre. OARI.IJJGTON A HARHALI8, . . i. McDniVCLUA IIAMHIINn Fob,-'73-4m JJRIXIET'S fSITERSAl PLOWS ron ALL kinds or SOIL. SIX lMIUMS At CALL A" CODNTY FAIR I ' AND OVER FIFTY PREMIUMS AT DIFFERENT !; Texas State and Connty Fairs. FOR 8ALE UY ', Tompkins I Llttlcflcla, , E. T. Tompkins I Co., ' Hov30-lUf . McBlaaey.Teiaa, JAND ! LAND I LANDj . AUIT, JENKINS k AULT, 0-oxxex-4,l LAKD AGENTS, Dallas, Texat, Are aow offerlne. FOR SALE At low lenrea, a larve amount of Land inHorth eru Teiaa, inrtiidlua a number of valuable farma in inn ana aajoiuing ovuutlea, and biitlneat aad realdeoce Lola aud Hoaeee in Ihe eitr of Uallaa. We luvlle Land Buyera lo call audeiamloa oar reiitltr. Imnde ia our han.lt are Vn Bale. When a mau put hit property in lb hauili of an af ml, he meant --uiuuiie.t, auu uiet not put a "lancy price ou hit laud lo ocareaw&y purchaaere. Pertona having land Iur aalewill lad It to their Intereal toiallaod remitter their tandt at onoa. We charge nollilua lr r(iiteriuf or advartltiug, and only a nuall couimltaluu when a tale it enecil.i If you want to tell lour la.d la Ihe inimiereala In tli la country, you mutt plaoathtm In Ihehandtof if bu ou ma line ot travel, uur omca being la the , CITT 01 DALLAS, which baa now become the center of aommerci land travel for Ibe North in Northweit Texaa. We have Superior factlltlee for eelliuii landa, wklch we have fleetly Inon-aied by liberal advertiaiuc, and we tail in.uio Miiaiaoiton loaii.wno piaca piojierty in h.i ii. line. We buy and toll on conimbwlon LAND OKBTirtOATIS. Tbli branch of our btitlueea wa make a specialty We ara niembere of tbe TEXAS.L AND.LOCATIKG.; COMPANY,: and will locate" CartidcaU.! for yi .iularett'la'tbt Ian I - Below wa give atrtlal Hit of the lands Ik at w ara now ouertug FOR 8 ALE. DALLAS C3UMTT, " SiOacroa, t mlletSKof llutch.nt, the Aaa Stokaa turvey, prairleaud timber, price 0 per acre, tW acree, 16 miler H K of Oallaa, part of the 0 .' W 8baw aurvev. Ilmlier. orlce is nar acrau tlio acret, 4 mtleo ti Wot Italian, part of tba H. Denton mrver. ttninar. nrloe S'i per acre. ' m acret, 16 toilet 8 W of Dailaa, the J. S. Jonea turvey, prairie ami itnioer, price per acre.: 040 acrea 10 la Hit N W of Pallet, timber, t3 par acre. .... v.. . SDacret, 10 in I 1m watt of Dailaa, part ef the 'That. Oolllu't turvey, prairie (5 por acre. tot) acret 14 mi lot eatt ur Ilallat,.tlia Wm Bryas Ihrvry, timber, t6 wr acre. loo acret 4 niiiai north af Dailaa, part ef the Bled toe turvey, pmlrie, at t&l per anra.i SiW acrea, 7 milna tuuth of Dallat. Part of the Levi Dlxou lenKua,pairio and timber, at 17 60peraore. 173 acrea nillit touthor Dallat, pa.-t or tba Levi Diiou leaiiue, prarle, at 47 W per acre, . e il'AJ acret 14, milet eaat of Dallat, the Oornellut Verua.v turvey, prairie, at Stl per acre. 62 acre S miUi wem ot Dillat, part of the D, A Leonard turray,lt6.60 per acre. SO acret 4 nillot weat of Dallat, part of the D. A. Leonard turvey, at to 60 per acre. , 160 acrea 4 milet Korth-weit of Dallat, part of the E. I'erbln tnrrcy, timber, ttti 50 neracra. i" - 17b acrea 11 ml lot mat of Dailaa, part of tilt J. t..i..u.... ........ ... a. , Jl .uunuu i ,i. i., vi iw. pvt avre. 1J acrea 11 ulleteatlof Daliaa, part of the W Lantlum turvey, timber, al 16 imi ae a. ' 100 icrea, VI milaa Boulh-weitof DaUaa,' part of tba W. W. Mm-rell turvey, prairie, at its A per acre. SJO acrea U4j uillea Houib-wettof Dallat, part of Ihe Harve, Clark aui vey, prairie aad timber, at ft ft) per acre. al7i acrea elxht milaa tooth af Dallat.part f tba A. ji. uowaru .turvey, pnunaaua ilmlier at 7 par acre, , IUO acret 0 milet sort h-wett of Dallat, part of tba B. Crockett aurvey, prairie and tlmbar, al t4 60 per acre PARKS IB DALLAS OOOBTT. t 100 acret 3 milet eaalof Breckinridge, V. H. op'tnr vey, 60 acrea in cultivation, at Ho peracra. 260 acret 4 milet north of Dallas, 100 aeree la Colli vatlou, good orchard, at $H,UU). 240 acrea3 milee euuth-wett of Dallat, 20Oaeret In cultivation, 40 ajree putluro, good dwtl Dug, 4 ten. nl-h.ju.et, bam, alabla, Ao, din, tavall aavl and griat-mlll.allHrOOO. , . 1211 acrea 6 taint north-wait of Da'laa, SO aortl In cultivation, 2 etury houaw, at 3,utXI. 2MI aorea 6 inilea norib of Dailaa, 170 acree In cal llvatloo,al IM'peraor . TABBARTOOUltTT. , 120 acrea patented ta Clark A Bryan, at 2 SO." 1470 acrea ia tba name of I. llouttoa,at3 par acre. 160 arret 10 milet aouth-weat of Fort Worth, pari of the J, OIIMilon toreuy, prairlt.at f4 per acre. ISO acrea 10 mile eaai of Fort Worth, Iba Penal u rurvey, al t3 per acre ' ' i 400 acres, 16 milet moth, welt of Dallat, tba Mo 1 Kinney A WilUama turvey, prairie, at $4 par acre PABBB. KO acrea. S milet aonth of Fart Worth. 40 acrea ta cultivation, orchard and hedge (tnce, price 14,600 , Dinto COBBTT, ; . , . KM) acrea 10 milet aonth of Deaton, the W. Tba ra. ton turvey, prairie and timber, at 13 per acre. ,,",.FABIt. ' ' .','.""" .';.''" 900 acres 3 nlka aonth of LewkviUe. 2b acrea la cultivation at $0 per acre. 116b acret at f 1 60 peracra. .. FABBCB OOUBTT. 1030 acres at 11 60 per nar. MOXTAOCB CODNIT. ' 1140 acree al taper acre. ABCBKB CODBTT. 2210 acrea al 12 per acre.' , w e KIATBJ OOOBTT. 1830 acret at 12 per sera. .. . . ,. ,. . - , - BLL1I COOBTT. 1 ' Wit acret", Joaa A, Guano turvey, en Chamber"! creek, prlct it per acre. , . . .- UCBDSISOH OODBTTi i ......, f i 320 acre 2 milet aortb of Petert-BluiT, SJ acrea ta cultivation, al 3 76 per acre. . . n ., .... II ABB IB CODBTT, . ; i i ' 320 acres on Oren Bayoa, at t3 par acre. ! s ; V ' HAMILTOIf COVITT. ' ' WO acret S ml let touth of the Iowa of Bamlltoo, a t2 60peraci. v .... , , : DALLAS CITY PROPERTY ' Block Mo. 12A, between Jacktoa and Wood Street! and between Harwoed Street end Ibe K U ground. Block No. 130, yoang'a Addition, corier Wood and Howard Btreets. One half Block No. SS, Tonng't addition, Wood Buret, IIMUtkMO feet. . o ' Block Nn2fl Victor and Pearl Blreeta. ' Block ho. 86'J Vb:tor and Pearl BtreeU. Una fonrth of Block Ho. 7i, Oommerea Street, Mil.m tret. In Block N. TO. Vain Street, (0i200 Ibet, f In Block No. 256 Racine Avenneaad Olive Street, 60200 feet. Block 2tU and 203, Bryan aad Burford BtrtaU. Lands la HbMonrl anl ArkaBsut IithBSfi lor UhI. "; ' ..; ; ;i . ALT, JENKINS It AULT, V . North Bide nhlle.onar. Dallat, Tea U. V, WJnU THE HERALD IS THB'.'V v. . Most Complete In the Interior of the State, belnr luin lbe4 with a A LARGE SIZED CTLINDEU NEWSPAPER iax 0-033 pnxaaa, AN ADAMS' JOB PRESS, ' AND A UMI nsj .. , ..; . '. .', . ; ; WASHING TON'SAND-PRSS, BESIDES tWO OTUSB JO PBIUII ordered aud on Ibe way. V ALSO A- v&m oAiLs.ovxssai, And avary other convenience fcr turning oat Job ; Work neatly aad with Dlipatob. Our Sob Workmen have no luperlors la ths eoaatr fcr taata and skill, and uraetortneattr JO II TYPE It large and tourtantly b elng laartaaed aj saw ItylN ars bnaght oat. - la addlliaa la ttmaa iMUIIlaa w akaU aMi hart a sxso-maztiir attacked in IK. nnu.' " u ., . . "" eaw luraua.anj , , ;s kladtof , , . , . PAMPHLETS. " BOOKS, !' ETC.; Etc. Wjub Work done aarforajiaks'ilar llMl f"Al and waalmlo and ahall improve l aw' " ! f .,..'.. - . - '' '.':) orkwitkthtiM. f ... :' a ' IVBRTILNDOF '" . ' " '. '' .. V -' fOB WORK , , Done Promptly nd Ckitp, SUCH AS ! ; OuaineM Caird,;.;: f ' Wcddins Card. - VliltlnCardtt. Merchants' Elanka, , Legal ClanJti, : Pamplilcti, A ' f Potters, Etc.. L s - AND, JN FACT, y .,: ' 't-: .- Y' , I 1 A.- ALL KINDS OF WORK. ..(ii I;.''i!"5!V' i'i if.c.i ; .-:'-. OITB W A CALL Aim OVM PSCiKBxa dk rniCEt. .t. . OFFICE i - . , . ' Cor, Kins stud Houiton Mtrea A a , J W. B WINDELL3 ' CO, raevaMrroCB 7 ' I ' !1 'a 'I ii i.-t f! 7 "5 1 " i: AV : ' )' 'Mi ji . . .: -u"ltjaj-iii.-..-r fi'"