TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1873. Nn Qft
THE DAILY HERALD,
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Bon. IltaDiM Hart, Dalian, Judge Hlh Judicial Dis
trict. Js, T. Aui.t, Enq., Dalke, District Attorney,
ormsss or bauai couhti.
Josh D. KunrooT, Dallas, J. P. Precinct 1.
Robkrt 8, Our, Lancaster, " " !.
jIiheoiih Mtiiri, " ' 3.
William J. H.iucu, " " 4.
C. 0. IIustp.ar, " " 5.
John M. Laws, Clerk of the Dlstrt Court,
I. K. Coomdeh, ")
IIssRt Don, J
1m. M. IIkown, Sheriff.
M. V. Ooi.a, Treasurer.
N. A. Kiik, County Surveyor.
rS ex. I.i!io, Mnyor I .Tab. II. FirLn, City Att'y
Hknuv Bom., Treasurer, Tiios. Fltnn, llarshal,
C. 8. MiTclitLi, Esc'y, D. Kixo, Ass'or it'oU'or
ALnr.m:!(.- K. P. Bryan, C. Capy. 0. M. Swluk,
I'runk Austin, M. Therenet, W, H. Gallon, Jno. W.
Lue,A. II. Cochran.
n ALIAS nilAPTF.lt, No. 4T, Ttoyal Arch Maso na
will meet at the Maannto Hall In the city of Dallas
en the 1st Monday afterthslast Saturday in track
month.- WM.C. YOUNG, M.E.H.Q.
IUskt Ball, Sect'y.
IALT.AS COMMANDKRY.Na. 6, Knights Temp'
lur, will meet at tlio Asylum, in the town o
Pulliis, on the Thursday after the Inst Saturday
ineacn mount, at oariy ennnic.ie:uc.
E. 0. B3WEB, E. C.
J, E. Barklrt, Recorder.
Companions. You are hereby summoned tost
tend a Stated convocation of Dallas Chapter,
Ko. 47, on Monday evening, Deo. 30, 1872,
at early oaudle lighting. Hv command of tae
M. E. 11. P. THUS. WALKER, Secretary
IAKNKIIILL LODGE, No. 62, F. A. M., Hudson
the second and last Batrrday of each month, ht
lbs Uasonlc Hall
HENRY B OLL, W. M.
Iiciiaid MosoAX, See'y.
RIDflKLT ENCAMPMENT, No. 2 I. 0, 0. V.,
meets on the first and third Friday nights of
each month, at the Odd Ftllowe' Hall.
F. A. SAYKE, 0. P.
Attest: J. D, KuRroOT, Scribe.
DALLAS LODGE, No. 44, I. 0. 0. F., meets on
every Weiloesday night, at the Odd Fellows'
Hall. E. W. HUNT, N. U.
F. H. Datirport, Secretary.
. A, wills, Texas A. t. beeps, Illinois
yiLLS fc BEEDE,
Commission Merchants ,
CHICAGO, ST. LOSIS
And Kansas City.
Yaida, Kansas City, ilo. Deo 14-14:tf.
pS. 31. J. JOHNSON,
fiespectfally Informs thejpubllc that she has
received her fall stock ot
iLadies', & Misses' Hats and
Together with Trimmings of Every Kind,
itnwhlch she Invites tha attention of her friends
Sand the public generally. Her shop la inthe Crutch-
" noute, at tue Houston St. en trait eo. n
1 Kollce Is hereby ilven that the copartnership,
fisting between U.J.lfl. Brln, Is this day dlssol.
.M kT miit n, consent. The liabllilleaof said Arm
be paid by J. A 8. Brln.
J. 8. Brln have this day formed and entered Into
DAW rlna.ln.iultti. .,111 aa..,!.,,,. t....l.
tou at their eld- aUud OB the East aide of tin
rwe. Wo bik" this opportunity of thanking onr
friends and Ilia public generally fur past
Jrari and resnctfully solicit thoir imtroaago for the
"'" JkS. BBIN. a'U-ilm
. 0. WATLAHI
F. LUCE & CO.,
iCotton Sc Wool Factors
AND OKNEBAL '
Ttrminut h. $ T. 0. S. S.
torslcann, Ennis and Dallas.
:lal attention paid te receiving and forwarding
and produce, rinalmmanta rasnectfullT so.
Vted. -Ware house near depot. 146: tf.
NEIL B. ITIcKI.'VlVO.'V
Will execute all work In his line with
ftli..viTt,sSBUd DlKl'ATl lt. nnop
np stairs, over F. B. Bryan A Co's
OLUIV, VII WBb 1111, Ul IUS f UlilV
itiare, lianas, Texas.
Aiatlaa, August SO, 1872-a9:tr,
; ' Established January 1st, 1X66, .
C. JORDAN & CO.,
B. P. AINSPAlcn, - - Cashier .
FIRST CIA8S TAPEB DISfOl'XTED AT RKASOf (
ABLE BATES. COLLECTIONS MADK 01 I a
parts or me I nlon a,nd rrmlitrd fur prompt ly
COLD, SILTER AND CURRENCY
BOUGHT AND SO" IB
a draw at eight for Cold and Currency n
Swensun, Perkins Co., SO Wall St.
Boatman's flevlag Institution.
, . Perkins, Swenson A Co.
BaU, Hutching! A Co.
OPKW FROM 9 A. M. till 3 . M.
We are agents far the following First Class In
surance Conir anls, und take risks at rates estab
lished by the Dallas Board of Underwriters!
FRAN KLIN FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
of Philad .lphla , Awot .3,31e,318 88
HARTFORD HHP, INSURANCE CO..
of Hartfnr I, Co on., Assets $2,800000 00
STATH INSURANC t CO.,
of Hanlbal, Mo. , Cash Assets J Hon oOrV 00
MERCHANTS MUT UAL LIKE INSURANrk CO ,
of Oilvestnn. Pas h Assets roll pbI41..JMo.OOO 00
TFXAS HANKING A NDlNsbltANOB CO.,
of Galveston. Cw h Catdtal HUO.OOO 00
PLANTERS' INRIIRINCE CO., 1
of Houston, Texas, Cash Capital $250,000 00
T. C. JORDAN A CO.
KR.L.RLLIOTT na.O. W. STSTS.tTOtt
gLLIOTT & STE VINSON,
medicines, Faints, Glass, Oils,
PATENT M EDI CINES
FAITCY GOODS, 4c-
In their new Bulldlrg, North aid of Square,
Would reipectfnlly inform 1h public that hy
hnvtj now, and will continue to keep ou hand nil 1
i'ljiply of every kiud of kooUi in their line, and
Wa.lil.l iills'lt lliar Af i.ill.lU net r.ma,.. KI..I-
drugn are warranted froik nJ pure..
An experienced D men I it alvayi present to flit
PhviMCiniiV Prescript ioue.
ASTON & WOKK,
Feed, Sale & Livery Stable,
COR. COHMRRCR A HOL'STSS STB.,
DALLAS, - . TEXAS.
And Carriagesor Hire on Short Notiet.
Furnished for any point in the Interior.
City Omnibus Line
and Hay Scales
at this Stable.
J C. JlcCONNELL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHELF AND HEAVY IIALWABE,
IKON, STEEL, NAILS, &c,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Adjoining Da'i'uu Ilotel, Commerce street,
CAREFULLY COMPO UNDED
W J Clai-lr.-
an LA UK &BHYAN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERL IN
.-. . .. . ... .i - i
o-no o Jan. i
HARDWABK, STOVES, AND
FARMING I !PLEMENT
Also doa genfrnl Bonking and Evchangobusinea
Wert aide of tho Square,
. L. LEONARD
DAMS & LEONARD, Q
Dallas, . . Texas.
We ire tiermanenllir lo.u,l In 11,1.
. ' """" BJ
ana ao a general Banking Business. We
ouy ana sen exchange on
And All the Drinainal towns
We draw direot on Iho leading eitios of
Europe, and also deal in roM aiirnn,i
ourrency and make collections at all points
Dallas, October 28, 1872-tf.
Confectionery & Restaurant
BOHNY & LOUPOT,
At their Old Stand on Main Street,
Where they have In store a large assortment of
Confectioneries of all Kinds,
Canned Goods, Oysters, Sardlnss,
Dried Fruits, Etc, Etc.,
He will alau have
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Eto.,
In every variety.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage bestowed
vii ihui uwfiHKs a couiiuuance 01 tne same.
Sept 7, '7!Mtf.d5
B011N i" A LOUPOT
Jp. J. S. S1ZEK,
Recently of Jackson, Mississippi,
Will give strict attention to any luminous entrusted'to
him in Real Xstate aud Coiuuierclal mailers.
REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO
ITon. It. M. T.TInnter. Va Prltplocl A
N. 0.; Hon. Wm. L. Sharkey, Washington, 1). C.;
., .mil, v,o., n. u.; nun. n. u.urown, IHIss.;
Pllto, Brother A Co., Bankers. N.O.; Pavua, Dameron
A Co., N. O.: W. II. SchlenVlln A Co.. N Y . t n a
J. M. Allen Co., N. O.; Shryock A Rowland, Sf,
Louis, Mo.; Richardson A May, N. O.; Whsoloc'i.
Kin lay ft Co., N. 0.: Ball. Lvona A Co.. N O . n,,
ongarten A Sons, Phila; Warren Mitchell ft Co.,
..u...n..r, ..j., i.uniiinii, i-exingion, ivy.; z
h " Mc',5'6r Uarrodsburg, Ky.j David LandretU ft
Business Correspondence promptly obsurvud w bet
r.iri,KQ Bl nuvniiuoil.
Office, fortheprasent, under Dallas Library.
TAKE N OTIC B .
We also represent a first class Life Ina. o and
will soon have the Agency for a No. 1 Klre Ina. Cn.
B, S. Jones
T. J. Gronnda
g S. JONES & CO.,
NEXT DOOR TO ADAMS i LENOItD'8 BANK,
Elm Kireot. . nntlns Tit
Yl.n2.Dly ' "
piFIY VER CENT. MADE ON
T Will Sell mv Rlnra Trnna. nnVlm.iH.1
Block, Jrtt t Co's, next door to Osrllnaton, Mar-
IHs A Pna. nn wv.tl,l l. XT U.I.I ..j
until October at one hundred dollars'' per month
mi o, inince. ine uonse is d leot lonir by 25 wide
lot Uki feet.
Will be sold for $2,500 cash.' It Is In the heart of
the bneinese center of Dallas and the lot alone' In
a abort time will be worth the purchase monev. '
Apply te Messrs. Jeffrlea ft Terry or Block, Jett ft Co
'A-'Aras ..i. w. bvt
F. A. SAYRE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
d rt tr & o i a ts.
Opposite tha Crlltclifleld House.
Not 30-U lyr.dl.1tf DALLAS, TEXAS.
, ' JL.N. DAAVSO.Y, Proprietor,
. Keeps constantly on hand Sansaires, Fresh, Halted
and Smoked meats, and all kin 4a of vegetables In
ht aeaaon. vl-nl-dOmo
AEMEKS 1 ;
Call on Mr. J. C. McConnell, on Main street,
and fill orders for the Eaterly Self-Bake Alewer and
reaper the heat in use.
s6w4l WM. D. BEAN, State Agent.
rp II E CEItTBAti
On Auttin, bet. Elm Main Sit, Dallai.
Onr Bhop Is now and well-fnrnlsliPd, with Thre
essy Chairs, polite Barbers, and ansat Fath Room.
........on?., mmiiug wura uuu. in our lino win
please give us a call
ALBERT MILLEB, Trop'r.
THE DAILY HERALD.
IJ. McCALJCH, Kdltor.
Onr A '.
Whe are authorised to receive subacrlpttons and
lur inaAiniij auii neeaiy tlSRALD!
J. C. Chew, 300 Brnadwav, New York; 0. V
Bowell Co., 41, Park Row New Ywk; Co.
vteaineriii vo.. fhlladelilhla flrinn ft Hoffman,
.aiiiiimre ; i. siciuiyre. ttew Orieaus; E. U
iiisuiug, uousion ; lion. Jno. w. Lane, Anatln
March 22d, 1873,
Editor Dallas Hkbald:
Having hoard much said in bo
halfofothor collogos, and belioving
-Marvin Colloffo not inforior to an
in tho Stato, and being n studont
thereof and desirous of its pros
pority, tako pleasure in saying
something of its merits:
Marvin Collogo ia situatod about
half a mile north of tho squaro, in
tho town of Waxahachio. The
building is of brick and of good
size. Iho study balls havo oasv
desks, and tho ehapol is spacious
and well situatod. Tho citizens of
Waxahachio have raado a trravol
walk irom tho public square to the
colloge building. Tho town is sur
rounded by fine society and is in a
healthy country. .The health of
this placo cannot bo surpassod, and
tne society is intorior to none in
tho Stato. The college has baen.
and is now', in a prosperous condi
tion. It is both a male and femalo
institution, The matriculations at
present exceed two hundred dollars.
Tho institution has ono theological
and two literary sooieties.
1 think the faculty of Marvin
Collcgo cannot be equaled by any
in. the State. Eov. J. M. Pueh.
prcsidont, is a man suited to the
honorable position which he ocou-
pics. His rules are fow but good,
and strictly onforced, not by harsh
tiosr and despotism, but in a kind
ana gontlo mannor.
John H. Bishop, profossor of
mathematics, is well fqualified in
every respect for tho position
which ho holds. Ho has a natural
talent for explaining and present
ing to the mind of tho student the
many difficulties oncountcrod in the
pursuit of that branch of science.
E. F. Yoargor, professor of lan
guages, is also woll qualified to im
part any instruction requirod in
Kev. James D. Shaw is principal
of tho primary department, assist.
ed by Mrs. N.Biiss, both of whom
oro unsurpassed in the training of
thoso committed to their enre. ,
F, H. Linden, professor of music,
is a fine musician. lie has a larsre
oluss, which rofloctod great honor
upon tho Profossor and performers
at the last concert.
All desirous of'sivine their sons
and daughters a thorough educa
tion cannot do bettor than to sond
them to Marvin Collego. Board
can bo obtained on reasonable
torms in private familios.
It has not boon my object to flat-
tor Marvin Collogo and the people
of Waxahachio, but m'orolyto givea
truo and correct account of ihings
in genoral. It is comparat'vely, a
now institution, and of course has
many difficulties to enoountor, but
notwithstanding this, ber energy is
not woakoned : she is surmounting
them all, and, in tho end,will come
S. H. Nance.
Hon. Ciias. Seward. Judge of
tho Weathorford District, wo loam
from the "Timos," has resigned his
offico.anp the "Timos"is urging the
Hon. A. J. Hood for the position'.
They had an incipient fire at
Weathorford last week, which was
extinguished by a few buckets of
wator; whoreupon, the "Times"
says, a number of citizens are , now
making up subscriptions for tho
purposeof,purohasinga fire cngino.
Godey's Lady's book for April
is a superb number. Both in its ill
ustration and its literary depart
ment, Tho Indies will eniov a rich
trout by its parusal. L. A. Godov.
publishor, Philadelphia. Torms :
?3,00 por annum, which includes a
Bplondid Chromo Form i urn.
The "Burham News" urges the
namo of Hon. J. Throckmorton, for
Governor at tho election next Nov
erabor. "Wo must cordially and
ueamiy second the mot on nnd
shall have inoro to say on tho sub
In VOUr isSUO Of tha 23rl inaf
notice that tho citv connnil nf ni
las pased by a strict party voto, a
resolution of consurn on nun
sontutive in . tho legislature, for
Booming ouiciousnosa in incorpor
ating certain nmondmonta to nnr
city charter. This city chartor is
Bomoininir m which cvnrv t n
of our city, is directly intorostod.
iioi us soo wnother tho leiidiiifffoa
f c .i . i
vuivo vi iul'su amonuninnta m-a
such as would warrant us in con-
uring the action of our renrosont
It CBtllblishos Cnrtnin
. , "WIMIUItHUO
For the rOBDOCtivo Wlirda nnI nv.
pressly provides for wnrd oloctioim.
A' - A I i , . . '
tur mo oponing oi siroois through
private pronortv. for thn vnmlinir
of country produce upon thestreots,
vuu uiivuing ui IIUIHCS at 1110
odcre of pavomonU. for
upon vavant nronortv within tv,
uiiiy.iimiiB upon permission boing
obtained from tho ownnr fnr h
reduction of tho salary of tho May-
or, jiiy Auornoy, and other city
official', for the establishment nnd
suBtainincrof a citv
t. l: a iL . .1. . ' , . .
iuiiunijf oi mo cuy inuoDtodness,
with sorao othor provisions of mi
nor importance. Now I would ask,
who is thoro amonar tho Tat Pav.
ino citizens of our city, that can
find hore a single crnnnH fnr ni,,
siblo objoction, to say nothimr of
uouaure, parucuiariv when this
vulo ui consure was nassnri hv a
. - r . - .
strict party vote of four for and
mroe ugainsi two or tlioso voting
tur, uuvinir auruniiv intr. t.hn Minn.
, i j
Cial at tho meotinff nrnvinna rlAi.lni.
mg tuoir intention to rosign, and a
t Is i Pfi rr r r aa wL a. ! .i
vaia.f tvviiiu lit u nriUHU HHiii. in r.nn
council had boon expressly doolarod
vacant unaer the provisions of the
same amended chnrtnr. thnn in
forco. I am no apologist for tho
BiioricutniriL'B 01 our renrttsnntntivn
He may havo committed somo slight
oi ruin, uoi mm wno hns not,"cast
the first stone." "Fiat iustieia. mm
cmum. " CITIZEN. "
The following time table of tbe Central
road, we tako from the Houston Age
Express leaves Hotistnn at 0 P. M f.r,
press 10:24; Hockley 10:64; Hempstead
11:46; .Courtney 12:27 P.M.; Navasota 1;
Millioan 1:80: Itrvan 'Jd.',- II..... o.ot.
arrives at Calrtrt 17j Bremond 4:57;
Kesso 5:80; Oroesbeok 8:17; Mexia 8:61;
Tehueeaoa H; Biohland 8:85. Leaves Cor
sioana 9:85; arrives at Rice 10:11; Hutch
ins 12:05; Dallas 12:62; Riohardson 1:35;
Plorfo 1:68: MoKinuey 2:87; Denisoo 6
Red RWer City 5:40. '
I Down amre.aa train Wv.. P..l ns...
uuy at o:au i: m, and Penison at 7:20,
Sherman 8:05, MoKinner 10:48. Plana
11:62. lliohardann 12:11. Dull., i.on'
Hulrh na 2:80. Ennie d:80 R lr,. R.-7 n..
. , iv Viailf VUI
siosna6:20; leaves 6:00, Riobland 7:28, Te
bunoana 8,Mexia 8: '25, Oroesbeok 0:04, Kos
se 0:69, Brsmoud 10:88, OaWert 11:24; ar
rives at Hearno 11:65, and leaves 12:10 P.
M.. Di'vaa 1:15. Millioan 2 in N.
2:40, Courtney 8:13, Hempstead 8:50,Hook
ley 4.88, Cypress 6:11 and reaches Hous-
iuu ai o;ou in me evening.
Father Burke as a Joker,
From the "New York Herald."
AnronnS In the denarlnra r.t c,l. m
r v . . iom
Burka to Lurotie. we mav ., .
follow na anecdoLe. whloh lm. n... .u.
rj , vuwnn IU., 1110
diBtinguislitd Dominican inherits the true
tnsn tove iorajoe, and, as it comes to
us through she prler of hii nnl.r in f.
land, it is an over true tale: Whan th.
American bishops went over in ih
Council some vears airn Cut... !...
- - -B-l m.HVl UUrSS
met one or them a. Queenstown, 09 his
way 10 ajuuiib. Aoey traveled together,
comfortably sefttsd in a first-class oar
and Father Burke, fimllnir thai it.. 1 1
loan was very anxious to know something
ot tne country, ginaiy pointed out to him
through the window all the lions or Ire
land, some near at hand, others barely in
sight, but still all there. There was the
Giant's Cause-way, the Rock of Cashel,
the Lakes of Killamey, Muckross Head
iiiarney iBtie,Bnu snrlneaof no end of
saints everything, in short, which the
stranger had ever heard of, or Father
liurke could remember. In time they arri
ved in Dublin, and separated with assur
ances of mutual e'teem, the American
bishop thanking his companion heartily
for his politeness. The Bishop of dined
with Cardinal Ctillen that evening. In
the course of conversation the Cardinal
asked him if be would have time te visit
the Lakes of Killarney. "Ob, I have seen
that, and that, and that,";said his lordsnip.
"Then bow long haveyou been In Ireland?''
asked the Cardinal. "1 arrived at Querns
town at time this afternoon," said- the
Bishop. "Snakes I" says the eminence;
"wherever have you been ' "1 traveled
with a most intelligent young Irish priest,
who showed tue great attention, and des
cribed every thing of interest eo route,"
say the Bishop, "I'll bet you a dollar,"
says Cullen, "that I know who your priest
was. There is only one man in Ireland
capable of playing such trioks. And after
a little whlje in walked Burke as cool as
pumpkins, and there was an expose and a
hearty laugh. The reverend father is
evidently bonraillcur- Lour mav he live
as gucb I
I . 1 !
"Tip Top" Salaries.
V7edo not object toJtheProfessionfralsini
1 the monev their aarvln.ia l.il-' .1.1-
. ju.,j WUkll.V
them. This is as it ahnnM h.. .... .1..
Uv, vm tuv
WOrltlnff antntv ai it.. -1 .a
first maa-nttiida In th Hen mailt. Aa.
ment Is not paid a salary equal to that re
oeived by the operatic prim donne. No
one for a moment would questn the as.
wrtion that the dramatio profession ie
harder worked, and that it requires more
work to reach a name nnd fame it It, than
the operatie professslon; and yet the sala
rles paid to leading singere would equal
in one night, the average receipts of thea.
tres (for the same length of time) throueh
out the world.
Madame PatLI at Rt li...k....
eeive, $8,000 per month; M'lle Nllnn,$7,-
j.r uiuum. tuaiiame Valplnl, SJ.OOO:
ignor Oraiiana. Si nnn M'n. l;....i
the danseuse wife of M. Verger the celoi
brated baritone, receives at La Scala, Mi-
Inn r. nim. SI- I .. - 1
1, u,uuu, tuniianie rauiine Lucoa, now
New Votk reooives $11,000, and a ben-
. uruee receipts. JUI8S Hilson while
Druvv Lane. I.onilnn. iaAalu.a tM ei
000 per night for twelve nights, and Mad
ame Patti at the same theatre $ti00 per
nlt.1,1 am it , . . I
'e,-, vi iioij iiuio sue sings.
Can there be anv anrnrla ili.i
houses aud onera comnaniea st. Iuu rt.....
eery or into the court of bankruptcy,
When such ruinous ratna ar n.i.i .
dome! U ia true it all AOniAfl All! nt Ik.
people but not oulte ao nlierrii .1,..
ttokets are sold at eight and ten dollars
A New Dodge,
HOW DI81IONI8T I0STIC8 OAK DS SWINDLED
AT Hint OWN QAMK.
Captain Irving, of the deteotive force,
as just unearthed a new method by which
number of most adroit thiavaa .-1.
dliug morchants throughout the country.
The first step in the game Is the forward
ing of a letter, or which the following Is a
oopys . , .
New Yadb- 1X73.
DkaiSii: ' '
I bought 1.200 varda nf fl
from a man who stole it in Boston during
the Boston fire. I amaniail f ik. 11
and sell it, but I was taken sick and have
been siok ever sice. I got out of money
and my wife took it to a pawn broker's
and borrowed $100 on it. I wrote to air
k It 1. M.AA ... . ... "
urumer iu sciiu me JUU, wnion he did, so
I could redeem tha silk
sell it; but I am am still very weak, and
the doctor says I will not be able to travel
iur soverai uiouiui yet. eo 1 thought I
would write to VOU about tha ailk anil ...
wetbether you would sell it. I am afraid
iu uuer ins sua in mew lort rorfeart
would ret into tronhla. Nn An wmilH ...
er know the silk was stolen if you dis-
poseu it. a win sen u to you for twenty.
mo 00 1110 per vara, bdu you can pay me
for it after vou have aold it. nm.lS.i.
months, $50 per month, so I oan have
some money to live on until I get well. If
vou take it on these terma 1st ma knn
and I will send it to you by express. Re-
pewiuny, W. EPULIS,
No. 109 Fourth avnue.
P. S -8!noe I wrote the above m wlr
has been to the nawnbrokar In erai a a.m.
pie of the silk to send yo,u, and he says
that ha will nharira XIO fnr Ik.
$100 which he loaned me. Now, 1 have
ouiy got iuu wmoh my brother George
seut me. ao I wish vou would ann.l ma till
so I will have enough to pay the broker,'
1 woum write to my oroiner ror the mon
cy, but It would take at least six months ,
to hear from him. Von Ana ileHAt 1.
10 from tha flrut $f0 vnn Sand m 1 ,
you don't want tho silk of course I wilt ,
noi expeotr you 10 soua me inejiu, Let
me hear from you as soon as possible, as I '
wish to get rid of it. D. W. E. ,
: Attached to this letter ia a nawnftaltai
or a piece of printed paper purporting to ''
dv ue uuu, huu a email sample or niaoK
silk. The following is a copy of the pre- i
70,634. I. D- HARRIS, Pawnbroker,
Money loaned on all kinds of valu
ables. .Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
and. Silver-Ware preferred. ,.;
" Loaned to G. W. Engle
$ 100 00
, on 1,200 yards Silk;
If not redeemed within one year the
above mentioned property will be for
feited. 1. 1). HARRIS. .
fllinrtrAfla Af AA,int. alnrAlrA.nai. h...
been swindled by this means, and Captain '
Irving is determined to break up the
LETTER FBOlt DALLAS.
The Tliure E adorned -iVevva CoiselrniBinel
-qancka-McUaiineU Whenl - The
Dallas, Maroh 21, 1878.
Editort Timet ' . t s !
The Tlmaa raaAhna ma aomawhat trraffii. .
larly a fault wbioh I presume may be at
tributed to tha mails. Tha hold aland tha
Times has taken on the side of "the peo. ,
pie, versus "amalgamation, rroua and
oapitol," in the matter of the late Galves.
iuu vivvtivu, uiveia iut uuuuiuiwua ap
proval of Demoorats here ; whilo the
vaaoillatinor and. in the ead. treaoheroua
conduct of the Newa is much resretted
but universally stigmatised. .
uur ouy is run orquacus, among others
MnltelilA fh Aat.nr.tAil lliniiffh f will ssv
for " Mo." that be has more merit than he
receives oreuit tor being generosity per.
sonified. I like 10 see him make money.
.The improvement ef Dallas is a matter
of remark. Ills a noticeable feature that
brlok bouses are now: mostly the rage.'
Transnortation Is inadeouate to the. de.
mand for lumber, , t m .
. Tbe wheat crop of this seotion Is now
ti..anaAf Ivalv as a-aaI aa aaiiIH ha AmrA
the late rains having given it the start ,
' Tbe Jews do not form a large portion ef
our community. It is, however, one ef the
best indications of the prosperity of Dal.
ins thai their number is Increasing for
this is a race of people that carries Pros-.
perity with it. Those here are among our
best aud most respeoteu situens. . .
. Pan.' '
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