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THE DAILY HERALD.
ThWIlAY, MARCH 27, MS.
Thr Tlrw Firm
Of Anderson & Dtnlley nro YimVtai nil
lissle In pfllltiR their slnro tintiKc In read
iness to TPooWo lbo stock of fliunnd
Tsslilnnnb'o jroodtt lliey nre now pitroliss.
Inn In Hi Tjm. The floor of llm build
Ihr l Vine re-laltl, nnd when H kIs (lie
lKnl oil cloth eoverinfc which Is In
. icmad for it, unil decorated with the alii-
r concomitants of first oIssm estnhlish
tnent ill proprietors Intend to provide, It
will be ono of the nentent nnd moat cle
gsnk ealoa-ronms In Northern Texns. They
will hava a fashionable tailor here In n
few daysj to tnke measures) for gentlemen's,
nits, which thoy intend to have nmde In
Mew York, thus giving to their ousloroors
the benefit of Enslern prices In tlie pur
abuse If their clothing' Tn shirts, lints,
gloves nnd a general line of superior dry
goods, these gentlemen are determined not
to be excelled by any house north or south
of St. Louis.
Whisky
At the Kentucky, corner of Main nnd
Market streols. n fill If.
Col. Jhu ill. Ntvmmau
Left bore yestordny on a business trip
to the Capitol, whither be goes to ultrnil
to tome business beforo the bigli court
The Colonel Ib n reprononlnlive innu in av
cry respect, nud wo slinll always tnke
pleasure) In having the individual nicrils
of our people estimated by the Cnpllollans,
by the Colonel's standard. We wish him
a pleasant nnd prosperous visit, nnd tnko
this occasion to say that Mr. C. I. Morris
will ho in coimianl attendance nt his of
fice, and will give his attention to any bu
finest intended for Col. Htommons.
The track at Denison not having con
neoled yet, wo huvo been unnlilo to get nu
Furniture through in time fur opening
out as advertised. We have several co
loads of the choicest goods nt I'cnis'iii, niu;
as it will take but very low days nt uios
for the couneotion to bo ninilo, we cau
promise to those of our friends who will
wait a few days longer, better nnd cheapc
furniture than bns ever beoa ell .'red in
Dallas, In tho meantime we will con tin
uejloifjll other Household goods at re
duoed rates. GOSLIN & CO.,
Successors to J. E. D. Dladcs,
Corner Main & Lamar His.
March 18, 1873..dn8'2:tf.
Died.
We regret tochroniole the loss sustained
by Judgo Kerfootaud his estimnhle lady
in the loss of their infant child under ol
oumstances of peculiar sorrow. Tho lit
tlo one died without a moments warning
to Its parents, in fact was dead boi'oi
they knew it. It Is probablo that some
organlo disease of tho heart ended Its lit
tie lite just as it commenced to live. The
beroaved parents have our deepest sympn
Notice.
Vri propose to sell the best mnlressos
ever made in the Mate at the lowest prices,
we defy oempetion in prioe or quality. A
large stock alwnvs kept to furnish any
site orders. Call nnd exntnino before you
purohase elsewhere. Manufacture! and
sold by STEAGALL & CO.
Tl-nS'2-dw1y. Elm street, Dallas Texas
Personal,
We were pleased to meet In our oily
yesterday, Mr. Kalin, of VickBburg.Miss,
who has been drivon from bis old Stale
by the peculiar pressures which prevail
there, and has made his arrangements I
locate permanently in Dallas. He is an
excellent merchant, a clover geutlomau
and will prove a decided acquisition to
our oily. We wish him sucoess.
For Medical Purposes Pinst, Caetellon
Co. s Cognao Ventage, 18G11; Tort; (pur
juice) Old Sherries, (Seloch grapes) nt tin
Kentuoky, corner of Main and Marke
streets. 2Cdtf.
We lake litis Ocension
To give notice to our friends that
Messrs. S. Loeb & Co. are now In full
blast in tlfeir new store on Main street
where they are displaying a choice soloc
tlonofDry Goods, and selling them at
I)., moat .. !,! ...... J
uv uiwov ivHuunuii luiuni uio lung iney
expect an Inorcase to their sleek, when
the fact will be dully announced through
the columns of our paper.
Krugg's Champagne, Bogen & Son:
sparkling Cntnwbn, Scotch Ale, Brow
Btout Porter, iiremer Latter Beer.uints. at
the Kentucky, corner Malu and Mrket
treets. M.
The Mkntlntj Rink "
May now be considered an institution
in
our oily permanently established, an
should i be pnlronixed by all 'our young
101 us wuo are irresistably inclined I
spend their evenings out. The exercise- i
splendid, invigorating and healthy with
' ont a single tinge of immorality about it
8uccess to the rink see its advertisement
in another celumo.
We were .
Pleased to see that our irery worthy
Mayor is sufficiently recovered from the
aocident lately sustained by him as to be
out on his owa legs again. For several
days he was compelled lo go on orutcb.es,
We will put up a Baking Powder for
less money and bolter quality than those
brought from the East or North.
3!)a7t. WILLIAMS & CROWDUS.
Paint your houses with Williams &
CrowiW strlotly purs White Lead. ,
89d7t.
Glass of nil sites at Williams & Crowd
dus' Drug Store. New Drugs arriving
daily. 39d7t.
The Cliy Court,
Business was somewhat dull at Hie
Mayor's court yesterday morning, Ihore
being only five persons before his Honor
16 answer the charges attached to their
names.
N. V Lowlcr, for carrying a pistol, he
not beleg a policeman or an officer of the
law fine and oosls $0 90.
N. V. Lowlcr. (second charge) for ap
pearing on the streets in a slate of intox
ication fino and oosls $0.90.
Tom Ileeby Inloxioitlon ?fl.90.
Turner Smith, Charged with appear
ing in a public place in a slate of intox
ication. Fine and cosls- $0.90.
Pat MoOropph, a gentleinnV from Ould,
Ireland, charged with nsing boislrous
Inngungo on the streets. Fino and costs
$8.90.
T. L. Iloliny, for dlrlklng iu a rude and
angry manner one Ed. Richter. Fine
$0.1)0.
The City wit
Enlivened yesterday morning by a lit"
tlo malce between two of the employees of
I lie Crutohlield House, in which a few
lilnck eyes and a couple of harmless pis
tol shots wore exhibited, for the general
delectation "Only this and nothing
more' We desist from giving auy fur
ther particulars until after the parties
ure exam Incd, which will take place this
morning boforn Judgo Keerfool. Our
young friend, Chns. J. Morris, has been
retained by ono of tho parlies, nnd will
seo that jualico Is done, "ihougli the
Heavens should fill.''
Tho Mailllu ril Ilotil,
Under the mniiagcment of tho enter
prising proprietor, who Hiiperintouils lis
administration, is one of tho Biggest suc
cesses of the season. Wo were present
on Monday Inst, when the House was open
ed and should havo given tho courtesies
extended us an earlier recognition iu our
paper, and were only prevented from so
doing by a piessuro of other engagements
of older dale. Dut as it is better late
than nover, we tako, this opportunity to
sny that the Southern is a first olass insti
tution and kept in olegant stylo.
New Arrivals.
Mr. 11. V. Work, who loft hero about
sixteen days ago, in pursuit of horses sto
len from the stable of Messrs. Work X
Ervay, arrived last evening with one whilo
man and two colored gentlemen, whom lie
captured near Jefferson, Texas. He also re
covered and brought back two of the three
stolen liaises. The three gents have taken
board with Jcro. M. Drown, nnd no doubt
will remain wi'.h him this summer or lon
ger. "So moto it be."
Light Up I A largo stock of new
Lamps, Chimneys, Kerosene Oil aud Can
dles, nt Williams & Crowdus' Drugstore.
39d7t.
tho Tlicaplnn Club.
We uudorsland, propose giving another
of their excellent entertainments some
tlmo during next week.
Hotel Arrivals.
HAM.ASllOTKL.
John .I'lrnliH Galveston, J I Tnrner,
.1 .1 Mmitherlnai
J N Ni'lan. Texoi,
1' Hnlnly, Via.
.Tuo l.eedy Fort Woitli
lIHI'mtle Floilda,
J Hi'itF.iy(
11 II Criiwler Ranaaa.
U J Hart, Mo,
M lloatlv.
.1 II lli-ury Sliorinaii,
I) Aliiliirmin,
II l.'onk Anelin,
It I. Tin hit,
H N lll'imwrll,
.1 8 Oonpiir Alabama,
11 J Unit Mo,
OltllTCUFlKLD 110U8B. A
Itiilti li.itv Sl erniai, K M Day Fort Worth,
HI.AIjm, lltlWlo,
K ,1 WrlKlit Houston. J M Slnimoa K. 0.,
N II .Imik tlinolniintl, Mlsa Haley Bryan,
Mis Aunlc Brown, .1 Murhwiy Bt l.ouia.
Hei'd. K ! Sti.knn Fort Worth.
F M lurher, W Uurrlaon, Alubnma,
.niu hi'uu, nua vvurtningiou
A E Allon',Donton.
COSMOPOLITAN IIUTEIi.
1' MrOoy. W Knox.
.Mio It mi t land Terrv Wright,
Francis Hcnsly, K M Bullock,
XMPIHE IIOTF.L.
A Collins, Mo, OTOvott Kan,
llenry Miller llalteston, MrsThompson it sod,
r oorumimii a iBinny ol ij a ujonesplew lork.
New Advertisements.
ALIAS
Itollcr Skating Asioclallon.
Tivt flrnnd J rmlily Xhiireilny Nihl,
Itlnrcli ailh, 1MT3.
AT TDD-FELLOW'S HALL.
Tho olijert of the management I to place this In
Htltntliin on hiall uioral around. No nalti will Im
npari'd to inako it the timet iinoxceptional place of
idi i i-iiiiiiu nun ninonr meinour.
A club Ii now being funned tor Ladles and ConHe
llifn, who have exclusive privilege on certain
night nf ecli week, (ietitiemnn vvinhing to Join
tliu chili will pleam make application to the mi.ii
ng)'r. Wo leaerve the right to nftno admiaaloii to
iiuv nnji'f uoiiul I'ireiiiii. ,H
J1S. MARY .JIcCABE,
ON AV8TIK8TKRKT, TtKAU OK STKOAU & CO.,
Having lilted np her now-atora loan elegant man
nnr, is now prepared to supply oveiy demand In tho
line ui
LADIES AND GENTS
I'URNISIIING GOODS,
She alao has a lino assortment of
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS,
and keeps constantly on hand a superior list of
i PAINTINGS IN WATER AND OIL,
together with acholco eeleoilun of
i .
vl-nSS-dtf ,
4 W.MOR1W,,
General Undertaker,
COCnilAN STREET,
Dnllne, k Tesaia.
VaiI nn.l.'intlv nn Iint1 rmAv. maitk (.ai.ar
and makes tham to oritur. Alao a full- supply o.
KISK SJIFT.M.lOmiltlAt, CAKS.
inula, een. jfi-i.i-nuiMi-inum.
JUESCRIISE FOR THE HERALD.
HOIISTON &TEXAS CENTRAL
RAILWAY. ;
CHANGE OP TIME!
Onanduf lev MONDAY,
March 2Jh 1873,
ruKiiRar Tialiva will run as follow :
Accoiuiuulallun, Arriving at llril Hirer City
llth:;,U il. III. Ilex ; m JiuH-
tin, ;:!. i . in., nml t Waro
7:t" p. ni. i"ip 'y.
lli lHiiiins,li'iiv Iti il lllvr
Cllyill i. III. Siillircly
x ii . t'-'l J Ani'liml U;10 . in.
unit tVmio m . ni. Siimliiy
nxi-HHlfl. nrrlvinent 1Iou4-
IEAVK8 IIOINTO.N
tun
(Hunilnj Kicrplrn)
OiOO u. lit.
J Inn ill (Mil i. ill.
Arriving ill Keil Hirer Clly
Hi lf . in., anil Allitlli at
11:00 a. 111. nuxt ilay bunitsy
exi't'jiliiilj.
Ui'tiirnli;ii, lenvoi lteil ltlror
( ily nl Unjiiu. ni., mill A us l i n
nt 11:110 i. in., liri'fvln ill
Aecoiiimuilfitioii
LKATKS lllll'NIOX
a 1 1, r
O.0O). in.
Jay.
IMiUKtUIIUl UlVli U. III. UUAI
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars
Are nlliiclifil lo Acciniiiiodti tln Train between
IIoiihIuii ami Austin.
?iinnii'f" for Waco mint tnke Hall and Kx
prna Train Icurl.ig Houston at U on a. ui.
Tliu nliora Trillin iiinke Ilia following ton"c-
tiuilH, l !
At lltarna nllh lutcnmtlonnl It. K. dully (Snn
daysaxci'iilnl) Norlli al 3 Hi p.m. and SWa. in.;
ttoiuli, at I'l 00 . la. and 1 1 16 i. in.
At Wnro wllh dally atiu'es to all points West.
At Moxla.wlth Hue nf llaeln tr Kalraold and
HiitUr, uu Hiuulnya anil Wednesdays.
At Hallu, West, for Wniillin find nn4 Jucksbora
Moinliiy, Wrdiiemlayi and Krlilnys at 7 00 a. ni.
'Ciist, fur Tyli-r nml fiongvlsw, Bmiilu; st Wtdnef
duys anil Krlilnys nt 2 01) a. ul.
For Furt Worth, dally at 7 00 a. m .
Soulliwsnt, Tor t'leliiirns, every Mon,lnyat7O0a.m
Nortliwoat, for Denlun and Oalnesvllle, ovury
iiaHilay al 7 Is) a. in.
At Slii'rmsii iliilly fur n.nilinni, IVris Glai Ksvlllo,
and li'lf'win.iie ii on a. m.
Wnl.lo I'liot I'olnt, Ciul nraril'e, and Jacksboro,
trl-wia'hly.
At Kid lllver Oily, with Minwnrl, Knu.as and
Tiitaa it, It., tu iiuiiiia Nor Hi K.ut ami Wait.
At I.dillinlter, with dally Sttgt fur I.aOranga.
At Melinite, with dally tilage lor Bastrop.
At Ainlln, with dally Htw fur 8an Marios, New
Braiinfdls, tian Autonin and Kl I'tmo.
Through Tickets inld at Moiniton and Austin to
all piiinlii North. Kast, anil Went, via Rod lliver
City and New origins, ami nt llempBtead and Dry
an to aMpi'lots North, Kast and Wont, via New Or
lean. ANo via etni0 litiee to Kan Antonio, Weuttl
eiTuril, Fort Worth, Uonlinin, 1'iirln, ami (Mark)
Villi).
ThrniRli Kale and Illll of Lading kIvui from
Station on the line of this rnad to Nuw Orleuua.
for tlirwiKli jato of frollit apply to A. Angin,
Norlhorn Aiinnt, Itpil Itivor fMty, texa, anil 11. 1j.
Kudu, Wusttirn AkhiiI, Nan Antonio, Tuxa.
J. DUKAND, Oen'l Snpt.
J.WALPO, 0. V.i T.A.
J AUKMIY.
MRS. H. T. ANDERSON,
HAS NOW OPUS AND IN Ol'EUATION
A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY,
WI1K11E CI.OT1IKS, l.INEXS, AC. WILL BE
Washed and Ironed Neatly.
SHE WtM. SKND TO RESIDENCES
AND HOTELS FOll AllTICLES AND DE
LIVER THE SAME WITH PROMPTNESS
AND DIBI'ATOH.
Orders left wllh E. 0. HuLT, on Elm Street will
meet with luunomnttinttuntiou,
iin3il.ini
OST!
A PIN Cl'SIHON, tnnile of red plnah wllh a
rioturo in it, Tlie liuilur will rocuivu l.y IfiitIiii
it at tills Ortlco. dn:i5-ut
QDD FELLOW'S LTALL ! !
FIVE NIGHTS,
C0MMEC'1X0TI'ESDAT,MAKC1I 23TII
TUG GREAT
Xe Castro,
Illusionist una Yentriloqulst,
Will appear, producing effect Strange nnd Incom
I'll-livu.luiv , iu aiiiiiiiuu iu wiiicu
KiQ COSTLY PRESENTS
Will ho illstrltiiiti'd nightly.
Admission - - - r 75 Cents.
Reserved seats to cent extra, secured during the
j ivii-i) uyie a piowa i)pot, iiiain Street
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY, MARCH 8Tn.
rallaa, Texas, Jlarch IB, lS73.-tln:iil:3t
c
OSilOPOLITAN
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
C. DRK1TIS, Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, ..... DALUS. TEXAS.
MEALS AT ALL IIOI HS.
rartleuUrsttentlnnpald to the arnommodatloB of
( .uiiunn)iHi iraveiera
nAMItf.
QIIAS. T. MORUISS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DALLAS,
I'ob. 'ilntWlyr
TEXAS.
A
Jan. T. MJI.T. C. . '
jULT, JENKINS &AULT,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS
AND SURVEYORS,
Texan.
Dallas,
Will buy. sell. ! '" 1,r""llB D"7
,,H . , ln c'oonti.. i obtain H-ateiili. buy end
hind iiir llm-ates, and lwle certlllralo. on Hi best
' ZhlH Northern and Northwest Texas.
I ,. I. lunula, registered free of charge.
North side oflbo S.iuurs.
udtf ;
II
UTCIILNS HOUSE,
IV. I. TlllK, Prop'r,
HOUSTON,
TEXAS,
Located in the Centre of Business.
no2"dtf
yyiLLIAJI TJiLL
IIOU9B,
COR. MABKET & CoMJIEltCE Bl'S.,
DALLAS, TEXAS.
F. LBOIINY, Proprietor,
Mnvim. Inland this well known and nepular
lli. in... and llii.roimhly relllted the name, Hie un-
ili.rsig 1 i ili.li.iininoil to keep a nrm-vum in. it,
proinialng aalielnoilon to oil who may lavnr hiw
n l Hi a rail, tiperlal nttention givon to transient
visitor. , , ,
,,A well supplied Bar Room la ottaclieil to the
1)0 lac,
Fall ai-7.1 vinlimir
jjLOCK, JJJTT & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Grocers,
AND DEALERS IN
BAGGING AND TIES,
Con. Elm J: Lamar Sts.
DALLAS,
Villi llltl1
Texas.
8. K. McIUIKNNY. W. J. llt'TCIIINS.
1
cILIIfiNNYAIIUTCHIXS
SUCCESSORS TO W. J. Ill'TCllINS,
IN WHOLESALE
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AND NOTIONS,
Franklin St., under the Hutcbins House
Houston, - - - Texas.
As- AflrenlH for the Palp of all Qooila mnnnfac
hired liy the ' Ilonaton City Mills " and tho "Eure
ka Mill'.
March 21, ISTa.-nMvlidfinioe
J 01IN M. STEMMONS,
Unllna, - Texna
Will pructlra in all the court ol tho 14th district
and Unitad Slatis Court. Olllce over Clark &
llryan's. nl-vl-dly
W. A.Josi:,
B. Ll'OKUiN.
y A. JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURES OF
TIN WARE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN STOVES &0.
SIGN OK THE BIO COFFEE POT,
Main Street, - Dallas, Texas.
T" All Orders Promptly Attendod To. ")
1-vl-dly
J M. JANCSO, M. D.,
FRACTicixarnisicnx,
. KiTOInfO In the Hospital, on Main Street (Old
Hi'tly IIuiiio). Ilesiilence oil Collene Street, sear
the new College building, Elm Street. Fresh vac
cine matter just received. .Vacclaation oSsts.
Feb. 11, 1873, vl-nl dlmo
QEO. B. HOLLAND, Jr.,
SUCCESSOR TO
D. W. SMITH, 1
North sldo of Main street, two doors west of the Odd
Fellows' llall,
Dallas,
Texas,
Keeps constantly on hand everything pertalnlnir to
thavirlety business, tojolhor with a large and
complete stock of
Toilet Articles,
Tents, Rcady-Maae Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
"Wesson. Slioota, Etc.
I have two attentive and ohllnlnu clerks behind
the counter ready to serve customers. The pnl'llc
aonera ly,., my railroad frl, n parllclr ,
in.lted to call and examine my goods an pr,
beforo purchasing elsewhere. '
OKO. B. HOLLAND, Ja.
Dallas, Feb. 18-'78.n7:Tl-dtf
If D. COUQIIANOUU,
Attorueyafliaw.
Dallas, Texas.
nl-vt-dly
F
ABMBHS !
i Mr'Tl C- "ItConnell, on Main street
r.'lpet'b'.irn1:," 8"f l"lk' d
WM. II. BEAN, Stale Agent-
rpHK ( KJITBAI,
BAR BE II SHOP.
(n ylmfin, bet. Elm i- Uain Sli. I)tll. '
Onr Shop Is new and well-frnlaliea, with Tfcre
ea-y ( hairs. pl tj, Uarb.r. ,n . nt pi h Roon?
llentlenieu wl.hhm work dona in .,. ,? ""ra:
plensoiviiacall. "
' ALBERT MIM.cn ...
' . rup r.
J. BERNSTEIN & CO.,
WHolosale
CORNER STRAND AND
Galvkston,
Are pleac4 to announce that their Stock of Ceuttemon's Sprlnit nnd Siiinmer Clothing , Co
comprising as Largo and Extensive an Assortment aa any one would wlah to find in any marketi'
they offer to Ilia Trade at IteaaonaMe Prices and on Liberal Terms. They rospoot fully nV,, (t)()'
nation of their atock before purchasing aUewbere. dnDS."1,
C3r IFt OOE ,
AND DEALERS IN
liiquoi'H, Tob.n'co, Scg.irs, Wood and Willow-iVare
Fishing, T.ickl:, AiiiiiiiuiiUoii, JEtc.,
Noiith Side op the Tubuo Square, on
Mala Street,
Palla,Teiai, February 20, '7.1-no9d3ntoi.
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ALLEN & CO.,
DEALERS IN
ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL,
Galveston, Texas.
J. J. MURRAY, Traveling Agent.
dn32.1y
M. FIUEND & CC,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DLALERS IN
LIQUORS OP ALL KINDS,
DALLAS,
TEXAS.
Wlilskya,l)randles, Wines, Cordials Bitters. Im
ported Ale und Porter, and a complete list
of all articles In their line.
Cigars and Tobacco
Of the best brands In larga quantities and for Bale
at oheapoit lutes,
Attached to tliel r business Is s
SAMPLE ROOM,
under she snpartlsion of Mr. Morrla Wils on, an ao
compllshed oatorer, who la always roaily to enter
tain Tisitars.
nlO-dtf.
W. 0. EaNnaLL.
T. P. Randall.
y G. RANDALL & BUO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Dry Goods-
BOOTa, SHOES AND CL0TH1N3,
DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS.
HIGHEST TRICE PAID FOB
COTTON, WOOL 4 IIIPES
W. J. Clark, jno. II. Bryan,
QLARK & BRYAN,
WHOLESALE ANDHETAILDEALERL IN
DRY-GOODS
AND
GHOOBRI S,
HAEDWARE, STOVES, AND
EARMINO gPLEMENT
' Also dosfencral Danklngund Evcbango bnelnca
Wait ildo of the Square,
1-vl-dlT. DAUAS. TETAd
pAlniOJIABlB TAHOR.
NEII, B. ITIcKINNOIV
Will execntaall work In his line with
NKATNKSSand DISPATCH. Shop
up stair, over 1". B. llrynn A Co'a
Store, on.wost side- of the Publlo
8inare, llallaa, Tejns.
Dallas, August 4V, 18T2-a:tf
Olotlaiors,
TREMONT STREETS,
Texas,
DallsiH, Texas.
fANDALIA
IIOIJTE KA ST !
The only T.ln runn Inar Hi rnuirti Can from Si T.,
to New Ynrli, Cl,ln, Cincinnati, lllll
loulavlllo without chnnge.
MARKS CLOSE CONNKOTION WITII
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRAINS
1S73 Summer .Sclicdule 1873
T!30 . M.-IMY EXI'nEPf.
LSlle0 N"W Y"1' 0,llcR'. Cincinnati sand
IliM p. h.-FAST MXK
Willi Pullman's Palace Slrrplntr Car thnrarlii.
Few York, Cliicliinott and Lonsvlllo Dallv t K
nut climii-tf. ' iu'
riOft f. M.-CIIICAfiO KXPBKDfl
uri'luV1"0"'''1' S'eel''"s "r-Doly except Sat.
Ticket Office, No. 100 N. Fourth St., 00,
Chestnut St., St. Louis, nndnt all '
prinoipn.1 Iinilrond offices
in Texan,
TV M rAT DTTnw Tll.. i C1 .
..... . . ... u . m.,. nr. nil , al, liOUIS.
n,?:"s'M-..ll.n.po.l,.
f'fBABC0CK, .Si'ntliom Ag't D.ll W
JjJMPIRE
Hotel and Restaurant,
M. HOFFSTADT, Prop'r.
lUaln Street, - Dnllns, Tent,
Ho lias Just fitted up a lar;e number of comfort,
able and plnuant ruonia, and splendidly fnrcliM
MEALS AT ALL IIOVRS.
Particular attention paid to thoaccommoilallotet
Commercial Travelers.
All Omnibus Huns to all Trains,
Dallas, March 11, '73 no25dlyr.
JCE I ICE ! ICE !
FRED. BORIV&CO.,
Havo recolvod their
First Shipment of Ice,
Anil Qro now ready to
FILL ALL ORDERS.
For sale at Dr. Sample's Exchange, In rear or A
JI. Friend t Co.'s, Dullaa, Toxa. !WI
JjR. T. WILLIAMS,
orrtcs Ann miidkscs at ins nror nsro "toil,
r.LH STREET.
He ofTers his profelonal eerrlces to thscllawi
of Dallas and tho snrroundiux country,
J M. THURMOND,
ATTORNEY AT tAff,
Dallas, Tsxas.
'Omcs Terry & Blaka's Building-Op Slain.
N13:illy
QORN IS KING!
COOLEY'S EXTRA
EARLY CORN,
The earliest Held corn In America. Cora iMjJ
Mill in 14 weeks alter planting. It weighs 2 "J
to the bushel. Endorsed by the Commliik'"
Agriculture at Washington Clty.as being tb"
v..nu, vuiu iu mt. L uiim minus. a
- For Sale at W I LI.IAMS BR0THF.RS.
Main A Elm Street, DallM, T
March 18, 1873,-dnai-d4wiw
M. COCHRAN,
WHOLESALE AND KETAII.
A.yolniog Dallas Hotel, Commerce slrtft,
niYSICIAN3,rnESCRIPTION8
CAREFULLY COMPOn""'
l-nl-d3mo,

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