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KrrMa. Our lypw made u eomnif a blunder yMterday whioh nothlnjr,iit the"trln geooy of the money mirfkot" can enema. We were made Id call diet wholc-soul, gen ial gentleman, Mr. Thomas Darwin, gen eral ptBftengor agent of Hie M , K. & T. II. K., Tlini. Denlson. Now we don't intend to do e nyboily Injuatloe, but to eall a man t)enion, when that is not hie name, and when he line Dnllaa on the brain aa badly at our friend Darwin lias, it simply un pardonable. Coming to Dallns. t General Fhil. Klioridan and atalT, and Beoretnry Belknap,, are In Deniaon Ihii morning, and expoct to be In tliia o it y on Saturday next, from whenoe they will go to Fore Worth, and from Ihero weatward to the extreme frontier. Tlieae ofliclu.li are making the tour of the Southern fron tier for the purpose of Impeding the forte and putting the border In a condition oal oulnttd to offord a little more proteotiou to the pcoplo than tlioy have Itoretoforo enjoyed. Tho object of Ihoir visit is cer tainly a good on, and, we hope, may bo a luccesi. J ui) (IK Harp deolinoa in an insulting reply, to resign his odice as Judgo of this Dislriot, which he lias boon reqneslod to do by the members of the bar of this city and tome others at different points lu t tie District. The Judge docs not care anything about public opinion, which appears to bo interesting Itself a good deal ulxui', him, In turnis, however, not altogether as com. plimenlary n most men would like to en joy. A movement is on foot, which is no secret, to hare his Honor impoached by the Legislature, and in our noxt Inane we will tell something about the pro-onia which the lawyers intend to try tor that accomplishment, provided wo can get in ti their oonlidcnco bcfnro " going to press." OflTnr Vlc-nun. Our young friond Mctzlor takei his de parture iu a low days to attend the Vion na Exhibition. But a abort time unioug us, Mr. Slolilor has secured, ami deserves, theoonfidonce of our oitizensj and through his personal integrity, business qualitica tioim and gentleman )y deportment, we have renaou to be proud of our reprcsen la tiveat (lie world's great fair. We have eocured the services of this gentleman as epceial correspondent of the Herald. Tiik Hkiuld goes to our readers this morning somewhat changed in lis ar rangement a decided improvement, and resulting from tho acquisition which wo wero fortunate enough to mako iu secur ing tho services of Mr. John Arkins, an experienced foreman, rccontly from St Louis. This improvement is but tho faro runner of others we Intend to give to our japer. ' DkCastro gave one of his most exccl lont entertainments last night to a good bouso, although there wan not the crowd whioh has heretofore greeted him. This gontleman stands high in his profession and deserves to be patronized. He ex hibits again to-night, and will givo, as tho special priae, $50 iu curronoy to tho luoky drawor of tho lucky number. Lot every body try their luok. J. L. Downs & Co, have our thanks for something which thoy sent to us in a a a--we forget just now what they call It, but it was first-rate, and the devil Bays that ho intends to vote for J. L Downs & Co. for the next Governor. So much made by remembering where to send it. Wb learn that A. Zadok, Jr. was killed yesterday at Pilot l'oint, by some one with whom he had a misunderstand ing relative to businoss matters: Mr. Z adek, it will be remembered, wait Mayor of Groeabeok when Applowhito was klllod by the Ctale police. We will give piirtio ulars in our next Issue. Read what Charlie Meisterhans has to ay in our columns this morning, ye weary, worn-outs who need rest, and then go and sco him. V mi . , it , . . uijh minimi jmij. uayior, is bunuing a new house for the aooommodation of his very valuable paper, on Kim street, aud in about two weeks will be comfortably established therein. We ooiuplimeut him on hie enterprise. ... - ' let can be had of F. B. Born & Co-, in rear of A. M, Friend & Go's, at the rea sonable cost of four con's per pound. No one need suffer with heat with suck coo 1 ing and refreshing facilities at hand. d8t .- ;: v. . . Acknowledgment Ma, Editok. On Wednesday the 2d ins!,, a number of the ladies of tho Bap tist ohuroh of this city called on tho pas ton and iila family, bearing tokens of con sideration, whioh oontribute not a little to their comfort and happiness. Others, whose engagements prevented their per sonal presence, sent their material oom pliments an example which thousand a night follow without giving offonoo. The occasion of this kindness cheers the. raster's heart, and will be remembered by him as an oasis In life's desert gloom, lie bas received large donations in other days from stronger ohurohes, but he has nevor accepted presents more highly ap preciated and from donors more einoerely esteemed. May their Heavenly Father strew their pathway with flowers, and bestow upon tliem the bread of life and IJiO garment of salvation. . ABRAM WEAVER, Rastor. 2 Cream cheese, oanntd fruit and Vegeta bin, buffalo tongues, eboloe syrups, teas, ooflVea, sugars, extra family flour, break fast booon, augar-oured bams at the Ken. lucky. dn40-tr Glass of all sixes at Williams & Crowd dus' Drug Store, Now Drugs ' arriving daily. 89d7t. For Medical Turposea Pintt, Castellon & Co.'s Cognao Ventage, IBM; Port, (pure juice) Old Sherries, (Selech grapes) at the Kentucky, corner of Main and Market streets. ' 2Cdif. We will put up a Baking Powder for loss money and belter quality than those brought from the Fast or North. VMlt. WILLIAMS k CHOWDUS. Light Up I A large Block of new Lamps, Chimneys, Koroscno Oil and Caa dlcs, at Williams & Crow dun' Drugstore. 3Ud7t. Buckwheat, tiyrup, fresh mince meal, cranberries, white oluvor, honey and Sha ker preserves, at the Kentucky comer Main & Market streets. du ttl-tf Wlilnlty At ihe Kentucky, Market, streets. corner of Main and nCdlf. Those Elegant Parlor Sets, Bed-room Furniture, Carpets, Household Linens, Mirrors, Queensware, Glassware, Wood anil Willow-ware. Wo such Stock has ever been shown in Dallas. Ladies arc Especially Invited to call and Examine our Stock. Prices Unprcccdcntly Low. ltliaatiiii-1, Kalians A Texne linilwny I'ai-e ICrilucid 1'roni April '1st, 187!), the first-class paesengur faro from Denisun to Bt. Louis will bo $35.00 instead of $10.00 as here tofore, with n corresponding icduolioa to all Northern and Knslurn oitios. TI10S. DOKWIN, General Passenger Agent. Freah Salmon, Lub9tors, Pickled Oys ters, &o., fc, nt the Kentucky, corner Main and Market streets. du lO-tf Vain l your houses Willi Williams & Crowdua' strictly pure Whito Lead. 39d7t. . M ill pity V good rent for a house with four or moro idifms not too far from business. Will take it lor u mouth, 0 months or a year. U08I.IN & CO. n4l):d tf. To Arbivk. 2000 lbs. Kentucky Blue Grans Butter, at tho Kentucky. 40: d.lf- ' USSSS : .... All Styles Of upholster goods, new, and niado of tho very best quality of niatorial, for sale at rcducad prioos in U. S. ourrcnoy at U. M. LITTLEFIKLD & CO'S nll;d2lwlt. M iih room Catsup, Hilford Sauces, En glish Pickles. Horse Radish, Dooly's Bak lug powders, at Iho Kentuoky. dn 10-tf Krugg's Chain pague, Bogen & Sous' Rparkling Cnlawba, Hootch Ale, Brown Stout l'orter, lircmer Lager Boor, pints, at the Kentucky, oruer Main and Market streots. 2Gdtf. G-H Lilllrllclri 4. 'o Deliver all goods sold by them at tho place designated by Iho purchaser, free of charge. n44:42twl. Wnntnl A situation as teacher in a private fam ily, by a young lady. Tho best of rofer cncBB givcu. Apply at this office. 42-d:it, Ice! IceS Vni tics denirous of boiug supplied with ice fur tho season, can have it loft at their door every morning, by leaving their "or ders at tho Hrrald Office. 40-dlm Millinery. Mrs. J. K. Barkxey has Just received an elegnnt stook latest styles of Spring Hats Bonnets, Ilibbooa, Flowors, &o. Ladiea oall and examine them and se the Spring Fa shions. d40:3t-w2t. Ice- Ths first oar load of ice for Messrs. A Large & Co., was received yesterday. They are new prepared to deliver ice in anv part of tie city. A slale will be found at the Herald office, where orders may be loft. Dr. J. L.' Johnson has establishedTis oflioe at Kaynes' drug store, where be ean be found by those who may have need of his services. dlt Foster the man who was hnnv lo.l . for the murder of PnliiAin. itaa Itni-ttt In Greenwood cemelary. It appears that irom some corporate supinations no crim inal can be buried In that "nlnna or and tha lot holders ai-a fiuttintr nn ahnni It No peaoe to the ashes of Foster yet, it seems asms remains win prooaoiy have to oe taken up ana interred eisewnere. Praths ft Murphy art 6eW reeHtlm their New Spring Goods, whioh they will sell from this date at Currenoy Pricei. Gold and silver wilt be taken at Ihe mar ket value. They have a large stock and Invite the publio to call and supply lham. selves. 42-dOt The t'orit Of Messrs. Hinsley 4 Co. appears this niornioit. These gentlemen are determined to do their part of building up our city thoroughly, and those who seed assistence In such a commendable direction should call on them. See their advertisement. A Reduction Has been made in the prices of all arti cles, whioh are pow offered for aalo incur renoy at 0. M. LITTLEFIELD ft COS's; nil: d-'twlt. On Elm street. Nelicit, We propose to sell the Vst matressej ever made in the Slate at Ihe lowest prices, we defy campetion in price or quality. A large stock always kept to furnish any size orderB. Call oud examine before you purchase elsewhere. Manufactured and sold by STEAOALL S CO. vl-n!)2-dwly. Elm street, Dallas Texos DIED. lu Capo Oirardeau county, Mo., of old ago, ou the 17th day of March 1873, Mr., JOHN WilEELEB, father of Mr. VYni., Wlnelor of this county. Mr. Wheeler waB born in Virginia' April 28, 1783, and was in his ninetieth year when he died. He left Virginia in an early day, nud settled iu Wurreu County, Kentucky, where he remained until 1811), whou he eiuigratod to Cape Giraideuu Co., Missouri. There, as a tiuiet, honorable, nud unostentatious farmer, among friends, neighbors aud relatives who respected aud loved him, he lived until a "still small voioe" from ihe tomb called him to his final renting place. He was an hon est, peaceable aud law-abiding citizen, a kiud and accomodating neighbor, au af fectionate husbaud and lather, and a strict anil zealous member of the Baptist Church. He died full of years, free from tho usual pangs of disease, in his right niiud, surrounded by weeping friends aud descondents, in the faith he had lived in for mure than forty years, and happy in the blessed assuranq ie of a bright and Rio nous immortality. Uver his aged leat- urea (and still lingering there, even after doallolike the eolde gleams of departing day, a smile cf inell' hie joy played, while inreugii bis half parted lips, in accents clear and distinct, he whispered, "I'm glad my time hna come." Should tears of sorrow be shed over such a departure ? No but rather let tears of joy fully fall and freely mingle, because the old sold ier of the old cross, having served out his term on earth, receivos his honorable dis charge, and is welcomed into the joys of bis Lord. If tears of sorrow there be, let tbem fall for tin impenitent living, and be accompanied with the admonition, 'Live thou, and die, like him." "Servant of God, well done ; Rest from thy lovod employ j The battle fought, the victory won, Enter thy master's joy." W. W. W.J, Clark, Juo. II. Biyau, WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L PEALEllL IN DRY-GOODS AND o ri o o u n ies, HMtmYAllE, STOVES, AND I'AIIMISO ISsI'LEMKKT Alao do a general Honking und Erclmiieebnaluei Woat tide of the Square, 1-vl-dlT. DALLAS, TKXAS A Card To the Citizens of Dallas City, and Country at large : Tho undersigned liavo established themselves ns gonoralStock Auction eerB, Appraisors and Commission Merchants in your midst. Stock of all kinds, Real Estato, Goods, Fur niture and Household Effects of ev ery description bought and sold on the most reasonable tortns. In connection with the above bu sinoss, wo havo established an Intel ligence Offlco, where wo will rocoivo applications for businoss of overy naturo, and hope to bo able to givo just and gonoral satisfaction to all parties. . Itospoctfully, M. A. HIBBLER. W. B. ItOBEUTSON. Ofilco and Sales room on Main 2 doors East of Jofiersou Stroot ' March 6, 1873.-dn21:tf iBLU, , i -Jlg-ULM Wst.H.OT. W,H.TmI. G ASTON & THOMAS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, INSl'KANCE ANDCOLLECTIXO AGENTS, S WINK'S NEW BUILDING, NORTH SIDE Or S UAKE, Dauas, ----- Tkxas. March 1, 1173,-ly D ALL AS SPRINGS ACADEMY A.. ,1.. -..nil.... nt nrlwtti. nenlla. II IU U'CB l"l III. irr,,i,UM I , The prem-ut snsslea brcan February 4, ami will con- . i irliu Mih. nf atoile embraces Hire departments-1 he Primary, Inter, niediate and Academic. KATES Or TUITION PAYABI.K MOHTIILY. (IN COIN.) Piihakv Including epellinK, roadlns;, writing, around rule of arithmetic, aud Imary nk repay per month, fcWH). iNTitHHKDUTK Incl iidliig Brttctlcal aril n ' Euxllah (trainmar and Cwi:rHpIiy, per month, J AcAi.tmc-lnrludliiK albr, hUtory, Knslnn. compoiiiioii, natural philosophy, cbomiitry, -, pur niiinth 14 00. 8tiicl-oH of the hlRln-r raatlii-niatlri or lunicn um will t clmrgwl one dollar extra, l'ui'lli may enter atany time, hut will be chargid ftr the entire month, en-ept iu cne of protmclwl elckiieM. The school la upon to both xr ; bnt aciuon a nractli-ableatomiwtent prlnelpal will lie appointed to tnko charge et n txcliulvely girle' detltBiont. l'arenu end pereone Intoromed are cordially In-Tltf-tt to vllt the ecliool and liMpuct in nuiiaf tn.nl, ('llupunoraddroU jj, MARTIN, nl dlw 4 w3w I'riuelpal. nr uvu GOSLIN & CO., Main Street QKO. B. nOLLAND, JR., SUCCESSOR TO 3D. W. SMITH, Norlh side of Miiin ntroot,two doors wostofthnOdd Fellows' Hull, Dallas. - Texas, K flops constantly on htuid OTerytliin? pertaining to th variety IniHineBs, together witli a large aud complete stock of Toilet Articles, Tents, Ready-Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Wajon Slioota, 33to, I ham two attentlvoeml ol-llslnic clerk behind Hie counter ri-aily to eerro ctistuDiere, The pulilio generally, ami iny railriaid frieiide in parllcutar.are InvltoU to call and examine mj guode and jiricee before pilrchuaintt eNuwhere. GEO. 1). HOLLAND, Ji. Dallas, Feb. 18-'73-n7:Tl-d tf. i M. COCHEAN, IV WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Druggist, Adjoining liallas Unlet, Commerce ilreet, rmsicuNS TKEScnirTioNS t'AKEKULM'COJU'OUNDED Tl-nl-d'!mo, JjLOCK, JETT & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, AND SEALERS IN BAGGING AND TIES, , Cob. Elm & Lamar Sis. DAItLAS, llllldtl- - . Texas. S. K. MclLHENNY. V. J. UlTCIIINS. JcILHENNY & HUTCniXS, SUCCESSORS TO W. J. IIUTCHINS IN WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, AISD NOTIONS, Franklin St., under the Hutchina House Houston, ... Texas. . T.AB5B,'!.,'or ,h '""'"'lOoodimamifao. Kill'.' " " CU M""" ,nJ " March 21, 18T3.-nMTl:d0moi JOHN M. STEMMONS, A.ttorax3r-,t-IjA.w, ... Trxn Will practice la all the conrta ol theUth dlitrlct and Ualtad Slatti Courti. otlic. 0er Clerk k nl-'l-dly j vr. MOBTON, General Undertaker, C0CI1UAN 8TREET, 1 ' Dnlln., . . Te... Keede conetantljr on hand ready. mad. i!nmi..f nd m.k them in order. Aleo a Ti FISK SMKTAUfMU'niAr, CASES "'P"J' Dulhu, JTI. ll).'73.noeilaiiio.. Jit, t, AVL1, 0. 8. JIHKIHS. W. a. AVLT ULT, JENKINS k AULT, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS AND SURVEYORS, Dallas, Texan. Will buy, aril, leane and rmt lande In Dallaa and djolnlnir counli" i obtain pnleiile, buy and aell land rartlnrfth-ii, and locate crrtlnraten oil the beat vacant IhuiIx m Northern and NorlhweatTexaa. l,anda far falo. registered free of charge. Baroeice adjoining the Dallai Library rosin North aide of the Square. Bll-dtf JjTTCIIINS.IIOUSIi, IV. P. TURNER, Prop'r, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Located in the Centre of Business. no'27dlf Job Work dono with nontnoss und dispatch. 1) ALLAS CITY Pleasure Garden, On Fatterann Slreot, will bo opened for the recep Hon of Iho I'liWic, Kniidiiy April Gth, at 2 o'clock r. m. i.adies aau Itontiuinen Arc rKiecuimy In vited ta call. Strict order anil decoi-iiiu will be en forced. All kinds of Kt-rioehmeula to be found at the Harden. Admission 25 Cente; Children half jirlce; Imdioe Free, upon (luring the week irom a P. Hi. to IU l'.,M JOSEPH PITS, DkIIiih, April 3, 1873 Uuiru3ni Troprlchir. A. T. 1IK.N8LF.Y. TRAVIS HENSLEV, HENRY 8NODGRAS. II ENSLEY, BItOTIIEE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND LUMBER DEALERS, Dallas, - - Texas. SABII, DOORS, BLINDS, M0ULDINOS AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS FUR NISHED ON INSTANT NOTICE AND AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. Yard at Central Freight Depot. Office corner juamnr & t.lia Btrcets. Aaenta for the celebrated Mlltmrn Wagont, the vrni manuincinn-ii. Kvory wagon narrautca. lUllm, April 3, 1673,-du45:tf JJ D. ZACIIRY, 3IANUFACTURER OF SODA WATER AND SYRUPS OF ALL KINDS. Special Attention given to all Orders en trusted to his can. IIli wnpeo will deliver all city ordere, and orders irom me ci unity reeectiuuy toiiciteu. Kim Street, Dalian, Trxas. dn-tf pLEASANTS & GAMBRILLE, opeiiatiVb and MECHANICAL DENTISTS, onre SouthwcM ( er Public Square, Otor Jeffrlea I Terry' Store, . . Dallaa,Tesa a GOLD-PLATE WORK AT 13 Aateru X X' i o o . no20w-no28d tf rpHE EIVTKAL, " " BARBER SHOP. On Austin, let. Elm J" Main Sts, Dallas. Our Shop la new and wnll-farnliilied, with Thre eeny Chalre, polite Barbara, and a neat Path Room. Gentlemen wiehlng work don lu our lino will pleme give ui a call, !.tf ALDKRT MILLER, Prop'r. It Acts Like a Charm- Thli la what wo hoar on all ildneof Dr.Tutt'aKx pectorant. In cam of Croup, Bronchitis, Aathm'a and all Uteeawa It affordi Inttaut relief. It pernio atei tho very tubatanca of the Lunge and ranaoi them to throw off all acrid matter. It la Tory ploae ant to the taale. Children take It readily. , Naw yoK, August 31, 180. Pa.Wn.H.TnTT! Dear Nlr When In Aiken last winter, T need your Iron It than any I ham need, I took half a doneu mimes uomo wiin me ana nave nad to (tire eome of It to my friend), l'leaaa aend me one ciiuen by ex preie, 0. 0. D, ALKltKDCUSMNU, 23 Woat 3lat street. ,Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye Imparts a natural color R. D. COUGHANOUR, Attox'tt.ey-A.t-XjA'vc'. Dallas, 'Texas. ol-vl-dly Lb 1 1 I .... AILR0AD CORNER ASH & WAGNER, DAKLKnS m General Merchandise UallaM, Texivu, (Known as llit "IIIKAP SIOHR.") Are now receirlng their FALL HTOCK COMfttlSINO DRY GOODS, B0OT3.SH0ES i Hats READY-MADE CLOTHING, UABD WARE, WOODEN WARE, GltOCFR IES, CROCKERY, TRUNKS, STA. TIONEUY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC Purchased nt headquartera In I In, NurMi.,-. Raiiern cltit-s. wltliin ihe ni ...... . .nil Cah. '", U"-VJ.' We will continue to receive Roods ereri m,i and our stuck being lull ul,,l complete liiever.fi ' ofaowita. nud DiircliHned (or PASli rv'n, "i i--vnH ai:dwil Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest. Thankful to onr numerous friends and U,e n,,,,,,. ofthflauie,aurlni;iliein tliat wo will ','.!ilnc lri,-l' lmi,r mil,..!,,!.. in.. "" , " " "uly on i .,. n rii sun ..uni !' yoilreelres. ASH ft WAliNFU ua'2"' llallroadfcrnsr. . .M'Dowkli.. F- M. Haiwo,. JJcDOWELL & IIAJIMOND, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GHOOERS, COTTON HIDES &COUXTKVPK0DUCE BOUGH Odd-Mlows Uitlldlng, , Dallas, Texas. nl-rl-dly 0. E, KKLLKlt. J. L. W. ma JELLEIt & niAKES, ItcMident DoiitiNlta, Office nn )Iiilu stra-t, norlh side of pub. tqr.,0Tir lire, Klliult 4 Slevensun's drug alwe, Dallas, - - Texaa, 0 Dice hours fnun 8 o'cloch u. m..imtll 4 o'ehxk P- , nSdoui-ni.lwif JOWAETH & DOUGLAS, MEEOIIANT TAILOES. THE LATEST A"I MOST FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Cut ar.d made by EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. Jefferson Street, between Main and Kim, 15:d3mi Dallas, Tixu. W. J. UcCausland It. M. Scriiilun. "J J ALLAS HOTE L, IcCAUSLAXD k SCHPTl'CE, Pmiiriritrs. COR. OF JEFFEHTON & COM.MEttCK STS, t'aciigtheSiiuaro Dallas, Texas, ul.vl-illy P T A lV 1 Woare the Ap.nU of Ui C'ELEllliATliD ARION PIANOS, of New York, which wo are selling at manmit turer'a prices. For durnhlllty, sweclneai.fnll nee and rlclmcas oftone, worliiniiuvhipanil tin iih, they are not surpumcd ty any InKtromenU made In this country. Avoid the dlay sue riek of Blilpiiins i,y purclin-ilng of ns. Ewr Piano Isguiiruutccd.iiud the thtitwnntla of them now In use und the encimilums of lewlingarlnn as to the merits of them I'lauas, ought l saliif; tlie lastlilious cuuiiuis.i iir. 1'lKItCE 4 LYLE, nollinmiis. Muin sirret, Dillu. ofo. r. ai.roan, Galveston, w. a, veal, r. ii. riiiLnscu Wimuhiichlo.' St. Louii. IFORD, MILLER & VEAL, 00 Siraiiii, Galmton, Texai. Alforrt, Venl & Co., 21S N. Commercial St., St, Louis, Mo. Cotton factors, General Commission Mercbls, AXD PIRCIIASIXG AGENTS. . Bagging and TieaVurnished at lowiet caah ratea. t be iiiui lor when cotton is sold. Orders sent to eith er honso lor Merchandise, Plantation Huppllwaru Utensils, Machinery, etc., promptly tilled. Eukaigt for salt on Kew Vert, Kew Orleans and St. lub Mrssas. T. C. Jordan Co., Bankers, Dallaa. Tex as, will make liberal advances on cnnil(taiaeata t eitlior of tho above uonaos. Jiin e 0, ltT2-U:lr piusTT7Moiilss; ATTORNEy AT LAW, DALLAS, - TEXAS. Feb. lilnlOillyr t F. GEORGE, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, AND DEALER I.V DUTGGISTS' SIADRIES, Patent Medicines, and Toilet Articles, 113, 115, 117 & 119 Tremont Street, Galveston, Tsxai AGENT FOR Buchan's Cresyllc Ciunnonnds.Ora-fenbciH BcW dies, Grain's llcroacoie, LUbcnek's tillvnr Hnpl" tera, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Allen's Lung Harnett's Standard Preimratluna., etc., etc, Jlurch 1, l7;i..wna7:ly IA'LKOoSVLt. NoHHAN W. f II1T1I. WM. . ICM'"' AMl'EL ROOSEVELT & CO., (MPOBTEHS and Wholesale Dealers In , HARDWARE, CUTLEBT, O-XTPO-S, Etc.. Bto lit Duane Stret, New Tork, between Broa . nil Phiirnl. fllruli Feb. 17, la72-M:l.Tr. B. C. CAMPBELL, M. V. Offlco nt rtcwidence. on Elm Street, . . Dallas, T a-Offlc hours from 10 o'clock A, t4 June 16, 18T2.4U:lyr. 4 a "i .