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I ; f ilfllll- BALL f. . ' f; -I ! i. HERALD. VOL. 1. THE DAILY HERALD U rUBMSHKD BVEtJ MOBN1NO JNO. W. SWINDELLS & CO. Tm hik of Miibrriillou. (FalfAllLI ISi iKTANCK.) On' year, fit month. ... Ttitoo niunttv1 f 10 nn 6 (HI ..... 4 00 AdrrriikiiiK Rnlcs, Onn Sipi'ira (ten lines of this als type) ono Inaar llun, $1. Km.'!! aubsi'iUi'llt iuaerUoii, 60 cents. Kioci:tl Notices, next Id romlini- ma tter,$l M) per a,ii,iroeuch iiiaertlou. Local Notlcea In muling or editorial ciitiinina, M colli, per lino each insertion. ftir"8iocl;tl reduced rates mads fur longer periods Jf J"AI vorl itiiiu.i Ih poyahlo in advance, unless mill Hi ..to dolus a roiiulur business under coutract. THE WEEKLY HERALD IS rMMHI!lIllTHll H(.J1.(J. Tkbm. ti SO per annum, or $1 60 for six inmiths, Ih advance. .I.W. SWINDF.LLSACO. HWlNDRLts. I). 11 CAI.KB. )Y TELEGRAPH. RKPOKTEDj ULXKSS OF THE TOPE KuilliiT rarllfiilars or the Atlantic Disaster. j DQIMiK (IF THE TKXAS LEGISLATURE, Special to the HcriiM, Austin, April 4. In the Hou90 a mcs sago wan rocoived form tho Governor ro tmitiiig tho registnUiou bill with his ob jections. Referred to a special committee. Messrs. Sabine and Stockbridgo, newly elected members, took their scuta. Ajoint resolution was introduced and referred, the provisions of which deolaros the forfeitures of the rights and land giuntof the Houston andUreat Northern Railroad from Crockett to Clarksville, for non-compliance with the charter. , Bills Passed. To provide for perma nently locating the county seat of Mill County; to encourage and proteot stock and stock raisers. The House adjourned out of respeot to lata I'eader Lipiootnb. , Senate Hills Passed. To amend Section "I! Justice's aot, so as to allow defendants to waive a jury in criminal cases; incor porating Columbus, Austin and I'arkor County Railroad; relief of Judge Falvcll, tlceciiscd; incorporating the Kaufman County Mechanical and Agricultural As sociation. No other measures of interest came be. fore either branch of the Legislature Guess. New York, April 4. A writ of habeas" corpus wns granted to-day, returnable Monday next, in favof of McDonnell, the ullegod forger of the Rank of England notes, en the ground that conspiracy to de fraud is not covered by the extradition treaty. It is stated that several other packages of notes, sent here in care of Jay Cooke ami others by Ridwell,has beon seized. Richard Schell and a number of Wall Street Brokers propose legal proceedings against a gold clique to recover $oO,0(X), Out) damages, alleged la havo been sus tained by the city and countyJ ot New York. ruu.AnKi.rniA, April 4. In the case of Duuiel Scull against the Pensington National Bank, in which the jury rendered a verdict of 14,000 for the plaintiff, for loss of his bonds by the robbery of the bnnk in February, 1809, Judgo Williams this morning set the verdiot aside and or dered a new trial. Boston, April 4. The agents of the "White Star Line have engaged Fanuiel Hall to provide for tho wants of the emi grants rescued from thesteamship Atlantic. Batonne, April 3. General Nouvillas headquarters are at Estella, whence he will operate against tho Carlisti. The Commune has been declared In the prov ince of Salamanca. St. Louis, April 3. The steamer W. J. Lewis, for Kcd River, with 800 tons, sunk. The cargo is valued at $10,000. Insured. Baltimore, April 8. The centrifugal moohine of the Cohort sugar refinery burst killing one and wounding two. St. Jossi'U, Mo., April 8. Stewart & Coition s livery stable burned with 108 horses. ' The fire is supposed to be the work of an inoendiary. Washington, April 4. The Versailles Assembly, after a scene of disorder and excitement, proceeded to consider Lord Lyon's Municipality Bill. Louis Mortel.member of the Right Center Is a prominent candidate for President of the Assembly, which Urery resigns, fcieo tion to-day. Lisbon, April 4. Deputy Valodo made an alarmist speech. He deolared that the crown was beset witn danger from latent revolutionary elements. The President of the Ministry declared Velodo's fears groundless, and called on the-House to to trust the loyally of the country. London, April 4. A dispatch from Rome reports the Pope slightly ill; Nkw Tobk April 4. Weather oloudy, with cold wind. False reports as to the amount of coal aboard the steamship At lantic must have been made to the Cap tain. $10,000 iverth of. silks and laces were found in the trunks of passengers by the Algeria. . Chas, Dorms, dramatic author, was buried yesterday In Greenwood. Halifax, April 4. A steamer has just nrrivcj froiu the wrack of .tho Atlantic The ship is almost Intact; only a fow packages of her cargo has come ashore. Ihe report that Mrs. Fisher, body had been found is not correct. The story in some papers that Albert Sumner committed suicide, is false. One of his friends, who was saved, says Sum ner held on to the wreck as long as he coiild, and was washed offby the sea. The Captain says that the mutilation of bodies by the crew is false, and reports of robberies largely execrated. He savs the people at Prospeot did all they eouid for the living and dead, but among Ihe crowds who flocked to tho place from the surround ing oountrywere some who rilled bodies whenever thoy could net a ohance. The Collcotor or Customs is awaiting instructions from headquarters, al,d wm probably commence investigation this eve, or in the morning. The CapL can give no explanation of the cause of disaster except that of miscalculation as to current Bud the vesoels speed. One hundred and sixty four bodies found up to this mo ment. The work of burying them has eommen oed, TiTisviLLR, Pa. April 4.-A fire at Parkers landing destroyed the Parker House, Central Hotel, Exchange Bank, Savings Bank, Post Office and Telegraph Office. Loss $200,000. ' Washington, April 4. Number of fuuo tionaiies of civil service departed last night to apply tests to Customs and sub Treasury officers. They go first to New lork, theuce to St Louis, New Orleans and Texas ports. Another party, headed by Chief Treasury Clerk Soville, leave next Weeek for Richmond, - Norfolk, Wilming ton, Savannah, Mobile aid ether Ports of entry and Treasury Stations on Hie coast. Nkw Yokk, April 4. Cotton dull; sales V27; uplands 195, Orleans uoj. flour qlljet; wheat dull; buyers favor 1(!7(,?)1U8 primo to choice; No. 'I Milwaukie ufloal; corn quiet and unohanged; pork firm, tending up; new 4,705 to 1,718; lard slendy; wes tern steam 8J; to 11 1-1C; turpentido dull, 67 to 57; rosin dull, heavy, 313 lo 3:10; freights firm; stocks steady; money firm at to gold firm at 17jj; exchange, long 7; short 75; governments dull, steady; State bonds, dull, steady, ' London, April 4. Consols 93; 6's 00 Liverpool, April 4. Noon -Cotton opened quiet; upland 0, Orleans 9j; sales, 10.000; week 00,000; for export 13,000; to speculators, 7,000; stook, 045,000; Ameri ean,4()(i,000. Receipts, 131,000; Amcrioan, 00,000; actual exports, 8,000; afloat 020, 000; Amoricaa, 105,000 Later. Cotton heavy; for speculation and export, 2,000. Breadstuff's steady; Cumberland cut, 8ufj?86j beef 80; lard 80 to 3fi; pork GO; tallow 42. (inlvosloli rtliirlirf; Special to tiiii Daily Ilc'ruM. Galveston, April 4, 1 r. sc. Cotton weak: o-nnil nrtlinnrv 15 In 1M lnur mid dling 10ct. Gold lliT. Tub Will cf a Pku.nkasd. I die a wretched sinner, and 1 leave to the world a worthless reputation, a wicked example, and a memory that is lit only to perish. I leave lo my parents sorrow and bitter ness of soul all Ihe days of their lives,. I leave to my brothers and sisters shame and grief, and the reproach of their ac quaintances. I leave to my wife a widowed and broken heart, and a life of lonely struggle with want and sufi'ering. I leavo to my children a tainted namc,a ruined position, a pitiful ignorance, and the mortifying recollection of a father who, by his life, disgraced humanity, and at his prematura death joined tho great company of those who are novor to enter the kingdom of uod. New Advertisements. oahoiiikta OF MEMPII IS, TENNESSEE. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President, GKX. WADK HAlll'TONi J. T. PKTT1TT, VICE PRESIDENTS. WILLIAM M. BltuWK, Secretary. ASSETS, .-- - $1,100,000. Insures on nil the Improved Finns. RATES LOW AS ANY GOOD COMPANY. LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY. Having been appointed General Agent of I Ufa Compuny for Northern Tenia and the Indian Tt-rri-tory, 1 recommend the Carolina Couinnny to ail my 111 irien.s and the cltliena of tliia State font rally aS boinK a Sale ami Reliable Southern company. Giv.it atrial. W.L.t'ABKLL, General Agent for North Texas, Ac. OBico on Klni Street, over Stnigall Co'a Hook Stora. lira. P. .T. Currinjton and Dr S. D.Tlmraton,Mod ical Examiner! at Dallas Texas. 47dJ Dissolution Notice. rpIIE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST ilia; betwecu llio nudersigued, under Ih. stylo of McDowell A Ilamuioud la this day dismilvad by mu tual consent, i'. M Hammond rrtiring. Kilwalil McDowell will continui Imilnes. at Ihe same lilac, under tho llrm l.ame of McDowell Oo and will osiitirio all aaaela and liabilities. edwakd Mcdowell. t M. HAMMOND- Dallas, April 4, 1S73.. In retiring from the abovo llrm, I take pleasure 111 soliciting a continuation of th. patronage b. ..owed a,.ou mo and my laf fljm BAJ1JW(m 47d3t JCE ! ICE ! ICE ! Pore Ice can be had at the KKKTITRY LlyfOU AND GltOCERY STORK, Comer Main & Market Sis.. Frem 6 In Die morning till 12 o'alock at night. 47dtf ft warn DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL JCEI ICE! ICE! FK CD. BOR1V &0., Hat. opcuad in Ice Depot, on Jefferson St., Opposite tho Gold Room. W hen tbey arc prepared to furnish Ice ut i FOUR CENTS PER PlH'ND. 47dtf Notice. fpo THE TAX-PAYERS OF DALLAS COUNTY. A Afmr April l'ilh. 1K7:, I will make out luv De linquent List for the year 18712, whm you can have Hie pieiiMiroof saltllng your Slat., County, and School Tax with some nttorn.y, or with ItieOomp. Iroller at Austin. 1 shall Issu. no fnrlher notlco, lerliliB that i have perfoimrd my duty in th. mat ter. Those who are in arrears lor Occupation Tax. aro replicated to come forward and aottln at one. I ran lie found, at mvoOlcsIn bullae, until April 12th, 1873. Very reapcctfullv, Km '' ' . J. U. ItROWK, Shorlff., Stray Notice OWNER WANTED FOR A UEDICM SIZED Bay Mar., Mack niana and tall, (with a very lain. ta ie), about 6 vcara old, lu bad condition, hranded indistinctly on Istt shoulder. Said animal was left at my staole on Main stret, west of Fair Play Ho. te1,on th night of the 2tth iilt.,dnring my atisonc. by sonio fiua to me nnknowa. Unless said animal Is c.lleil for in ono week from tliia date, alio will ba. old for stable bill. 47dlw JOS. P. WISYVALL. Hotel Arrivals. CRl'TCIIKIELD UOt'SE. Ed P Turner, A it 1? It II ; W J Farmer; Miss K MoLine; Waller Scott, Dallas; Jj 1' fipors, Texas; A M Deam, Texas; II Lawes, Galveston ; G B I'cckott, 'i'oxas; C F Ferwald, Texas; W 1 Lawrence; J I'age; J C Leach, T & 1 ; J L Horlie, Texas ; II L Underwood; i Allen, City; ffSlinghtor, NY; A J Hood, Texas; E Harris; S O Smith; J V Thompson ; Mrs Elliott; Ed Klewith, Texas; ti Tense, St Louis: W F Carbino, N V; II Holpor, N C ; S Whoelor, Texas; L Howard, Ky ; M llury, Texas ; A Miller, Texas ; J It Campbell, Texas; I) Craw lb, Texas. SOUTHERN HOTEL. ; A Hunger: Ky ; D II Wcod, oily : J L Staples, La; J C Adams, Ky ; J A Yauco, Mo; It Y Hclan; 1, 8 Jianks, Kv; O Brows ter; W II Formnn, Texas ; F Cone; J E Fanhe, 111; J E Keller, La; F D liirdiuan, Chicago; O H II Myers, Texas; Eltush; DAi turns, city ; u lilanerann, Iy; 11 M Collins, Ala. EMPIRE HOTEL. Chas Mollcnry, S C; MI) Harcson: A J Farter; W L Stroth, Ga; 11 Moore; C Woodson, SPUR; A P Clark, Ala ; M A Preston, Ga; J W Scnrbrangh; W S Hutch- ms. DALLAS HOTEL. Joe Iglehcrt, No ; J 11 Collins, Gclsxor ; II )l.ni,.n. T P TJ TI . IV1I II Tex ; W Kimison, bl Lotus . r hitiuoiitl son, St Louis; W A Edmondson, St Louis; u ii son ; 4 ji uurns ; u uroen, Ltl.oins; G W Jones, Ft Sootl ; Mrs Sondife, Tex; II A Lumb, Oa ; J J Moy, Miss i M Payre, city ; C W Cssor ; 11 L Hum, Tex ; A Gilliin, Tex ; II J Snnw, Tox ; A It Burn er, St Louis; Ben I'hine; P Werd and wife, Tex ; Henry Callon ; Will Shields; J M llines, St Louis; Wm Jones, city ; T B It Mcliroyer; W 8 Nichols, Tex; C Duery, Springfield ; WJI.urt, flal; John Luinoy; John Mnrsby, Tenn ; Itiuk Ain fosset: James Coplerd, Tex ; James Bow ry, A T C 11 It. II. SCHERPPIUS, AoENTFOIt BiHkcje lleapcrs and Mowers, WHEELER'S r-ATENT THRESHERS AND WIS N0WKRS, SAMSON HOUSE POWERS, STRACR'S WHEAT AND CORN MILLS; COLEMAN'S WHEAT anil CORN MILLS, ITICA STKAM ENGINES, rRATT'S COTTON GINS, STOPPLE'S COTTON TRESS, AVERY'S STEEL and CAST PLOWS, SUGAR MILLS, FAN MILLS, CORN SI1EELERS. ' RUBBER BELTING, SAFES, &o., He. II. SCHERFFIl'S, Houston, Texas. rienne ttatt thni yon snie ilii ndecrtitiemtHt in iht IIFKAI.n. Jliirih 29, t873.-wii20:3mos. , A. wills, Texas A. T. besdk, Illinois yiLLS & BEEDK, LIVE STOCK Comirassion Mercliants, CUICAOO.ST. LOKIS And Kansas City. VHTAll husfnrss tranaacted at the Kansas Slock Ynida, Kansas City, Mo. (Dec 14-14:tf. rWE STATE OF TEXAS, ' To TIIR Bhrriff or Dalms Co. GBIKTttfO t Wlipreas, Almolrn. Potter, ailmlnintrntor of tltA out rtte of Wat Mark, Ifc1d.,tian fl leal in Dm off) re of the DiKtrict Clerk of Dallas county. lm flnnl nhow iiiir nn mlnriniatriitor of pnfd pntAtt nnd akg that comminnloiiors he appointed to partition Raid estate aniotm tho nor-'ons out i tied torecclvo tlm name: and. whorent, J mi Vij8,r mid the nnknnvn hrrn of Kliaiwtli liosv, dee d., arenon-n'sluontn or Ilia .Stato of Texan, and are heirs fit law of Raid Wat Mark. drcrantMl ; theWor. yon are It r ruby commanded to siifiiiunu gnid Jane Wedgernnd George fedper, her hmland, and tlio unknown h rim of Kllzaliii Iloav, (IeceaneiJ, by jniblicnticn in tho Dalian lieralo, i weekly neWHLiaperimbliahed In the county 01' Pal las and State of Toxiw, eight wmki pmiom to re turn day, to x and appt?arat the next term of tho Iistrict Court of Dnlliw county, to be hrfd at the t'rurtboune in the city of Dvllas, on the first Mod (lny in June, A. D. Ih7,i, then and there to nbow rauce if any tbey have, why partit'on ihall not be made, an i raved for. by laid administrator. Herein tril not, but duo return mako of this writ at rc) 111 red by law, Witncnn, John M. T.awn, Clerk of the ( NVAI Tlstrlrt Court of Jiiillim County, and J,,,e iwpw "(- of mild Court, v7lT heroin iropresBod, this tbo tltta day of aiarcn, a. u. i&u. JOHN M. LAWS, Cl'k pist.C. U&iliu Co,Toxa. Atttcet: nJj-wdt J. M. Brown, tiberlffp. C. piIILLIl1 UEULEl.V, : PIANOS AND ORaANS, 81), K k W Daronn. St., - 3V o vv O rlonua, Mm' 4 m TotliosoMho dcUreto Invest, tills Is nndoubtedly th. pla. ' PRICES VERY LOYH.in CASH OR UALFC.WII!, aud tiulaae oa monthly paynieutsof I 10, 1.o,20uhi12. I Our stork comprise! llio Welsic, Dunham, Ual. Jls thusliek, .elRlor; (Irovoateeii and Pleyol Which wa Mil At S2!)0, 3U, m, 400, 4MI, m aud 000 Wo hey nwfiinl him'l Piaims of rnrihnu mVr, (iit'lniiiiiff !iickmlit(r. flywli tStflinway uml o(lim two numornim to inmitlon, loltl at llH)(lJu, liU, 176. 21K), U26 Hiitl X0 Collin, otc. Wo littvo Nwodhiim'l II 1 K DKST M A N V FACT V R K l, at CO, 100, 125, 150, 180, 210, 7i30 200, 305, 400, and 450 dollaxs. On wtno tonus an IMunoi Wp pimrftiitcpitlt iilnnonn(i orsnttn wifiH porftct and durable Our maxim ii "KxrelniOT," riiiLii' H i:uli;ix, 12-0mos. Kcw Orleans IRON I IRON I IRON 1 STJ3EL! STBELj! FOX & nEITMANN, THE OREA IROZUOUSK OF TEXAS, HOUSTON, For tlic Fall aud Winter Trade, Ar. now rccolrlng the largest Slock of IRON ANDJSTBEL, Blacksmiths' Stock, WAOON-MASEKS' STOCK, Hardware, Tln-Flate, Etc,,' Ever Brought luto the State, FROM NEW YORK, PITTSBURG k L1VERP0UL DIRECT. With the tergal Sleek and th. Loutd IVIoei can a . talely i:rv conPKTiTioiV! Houston, Nor. 2d, 137.-il;6uioe. 5, 1873. QOlUi IS KING I COOLEY'S EXTRA EARLY CORN, Th. earllmt Meld corn Is America. Corn sent to Mill In 14 weeks alter nlautliiK. lt.lhs tU poinds to Die liiish.l, Kndoraed lv til. Coiiiinlasloaer of Ac nnillure at Wiuliiunion Cily.as being Hi, iuo.1 rellalile Com in t Its Cnlted Riatea, Kornul. at- WllJ.IAMS HltllTHKRS, Main ElmSirMU, Dallas, Tuas, March 18, lS7U.-dnai-dAwUw pEED & SALE STATJIjH, Where I will liny aud sell horses and Biulea, aild irlfH BUwrlal Milan. tlou 10 slock loft in my charge. Jly molts Is: . "f 1 Don't Give Satiiaelion h wiy Vatrom, . i maki no Charie.'' Com. to the -.ell-known SALS AND rEED STABLE, . On Maikel, hot. Main and Klin 8ts., Dallas, . . .. . Tkxas. K-MUlK W. V.CUKRR. jOSiLOrOLlTAN HOTEL AND RESTAIRANT, ti. unt:iFl?, noprlctor. U1S STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. MEALS AT ALL IIOI IIS. Particular attention paid to the ai cioinmodatlon of I omiuorcial Travelers niO-dtf. JlKnERTAHIIVC.. A. W. MORTON Iteaiectfully informs tho cititaua of Dallas and the surrounding counties that ha has lilted up hia es tabllnliinenf.on Cochrou Htroet, axpreasly for th. hiialneaa, and I. prepared In mak. Coljlna at th. shortest notice, toordcr, and trim them in all styles, lie also keeps on hand, at all tlnisa, coffins of all lies, ready made, with Ihe.xceplion of lriinmiii, which he can deliver at an hour't notice, day or nlirlit. Iln has also made arrangeinonta to keep on hand a full naaorrment of Metullc Hurinl Ciinon, which he can deliver nu call. II. has th. .xi linii. airotiry for theae llurlal Cases, for Dallna and snr- rouniiinit counties, ami can supply I Mem at Ih. Iar. est prices, limine; provided himself with a rina O VAL-GLASS HEARSE. and necessary appendages, he will undertake tit th. iirt iary arrangements lor nnrials with dispatch, lie has determined to mnk. this Ills oxclualv. biisiuesa, and reapeclfully aaka the patronaa-. ot th, P"ule. A. W. MOHTON. Q T. 110 WAN, South Side MainSthket, (Next door to Williams ilroi.,) . Keem cenatantly on hand and For Hale all kinds of Imported nnd domestic ClKiirs, Choice Tobnrro, Fruits Confectioneries anil Cool Hudn Wntrr. Trv him and yon will And prices to suit t hotlines Pallas, Texas, April :id, lST.I.-lnliiitr JAND FOR SALE. UAI.UH C!OUNTV. A Farm 4 miles Nortliof Dnllns IIKIncres In enl tlTiitloii, plenty of Water and tlmliar, A Kirm A miles North of Dallas, IK) acres In no vation ; 2 atory concrete house, Acres miles North of Dallas. 5 Acres I mile North of Dulles. SO Arrea 1 mile North ofDullna. 3X0 Acres n Mountain creek, Ilia J. 8. Jvnes' survey. , A Farm In T.lk county, Mo., to excliawt. for Texas landa. A farm In Lawrence coiiDty, Ark., to exchai g for Texas landa. 104 Acres 1 nilleweat of Dallas. O Itesldencea In (he city of Dallas. A 8lore-honssonthe Kaat sldeofthe Fqiiara. Datlnesalota on Main and JefTerson streets Kealdenc a lots In all parts of the city . 040 acres 6 miles K. of Lancaster, Ann Stok vey. aO!i ucrenfouth side of Duck creek, ntar the month, Wm. lieevos Survey. 910 acres 15 mllosg. K. of Dallas, fine timber part of O. W. Plinw survey. 390 aires 13 miles W. of Dallas; part uf Jna.Tur. Heson survey, 183 arrea 4 miles Northwostof Dallas,s;ood thnbsrj part oHS. Dcrhln survey. 0 two thirds acres miles 8. W. of Dallas, ,art of W. P. Overton survey j nood timber 03 acres 3 miles 8. of Hcysns, part f Ihe Noah Henderson survey j n. timber. IOO acres lHmllea Northeast of Dallas, Improved, part of F.Moas aurvey. 13 acres mile northeast of Dullaa, part ofj. Orlpshy survey. aciea Jelnlng the d.pot itr.uods ; part of J. Grlgc by survey. 1 3 acres Joining city of Dallas on the north. Demon donnty. 900 arrea 2i miles 8. ot Louisville, part ot Claris. da !iulr s am vey, Improved. 183 acres la thsH.K. corner of county, Joins Mar tin's farm. Collin Connty. IOO acres la Southeast corner of Ilia county. Tnrrnt County. 1 00 acres on West Fork, 10 miles K. af Ft1. Worth, IOO acrss on Mustang creek, part of John Glllllon iitvey. Ilrnrlrraon Conniy. 390 acres S miles north f l'ortsr's Bluff, J. M. Sharpe survey, Improved, IlKrrla f'ountv. 30 tcrea on Greau'i Dayou, W. A. Lawaln'i lleadrljht. llnniilten Conniy. 640 acres (I niles Irom the town of Hamilton, pat nled to B. B. D. A 0. It. It. Co. City Lets and Resiliences. n.ase and lot In Sherman to exchange for Dallas conuty lands J Texas lands to exchang. for 8. V. Mlssonrl land, gawanddrlit Hill, M horse power, to exchsnge for land. , Land certlflcataa for sale. AUI.T. JDKKIrT & AUI,T July 20, 1873-46:tf. 1X0. T. AUIT. ' 0. H. JINXIKS. W, I. AVLT JVhT) JENKINS Al'LT, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS AND SURVEYORS, Dam., . , TtXAl, Will linv.aell. leaseand nut lands In Dallas and tdjoiiiiiiK rniintles; ohtiiiui patents, buy and sell li,.d cartlDcatcs, and locate cerllllcates on tho heat vacant hinds In northern ami nortn-nostTsxaa. I.anda for aal. reni.ter.id fee ofcharue. Ia.sr Olllce AdjoiniiiK the Dallas Library Room North side ol luo fiuuare. jtod J, f'l.l NO. 47 CHAS. ME1STERIIAN8 lias In full operation hit Dallas Brewery, And It ready In supply all ord.rs In th City, Conn try, and frottiabru.dwlthNIN.su UKEB, equal In body and flavor to the bast St. Lonls or Oliielnnat, Deer. Bo has opened lu connection with his Brewery A GRAND PAVILIION, When Ihos. who aro wsarled with work can retlr every Buuibiy Kvenlug aid regale tbenmlrea with the letverag, that cheers without inebriation, and listen to aa lino niualo as can b. hoard .In any ijuartoy iif lho world. " ''" -Admission Fro.. '' dn4t 9. J. ADAMS i. I. LEONARP Dm & M OVA III), 3BA.rcriiII33R.S, Dallas, ' ... Tkxas. . We are permanently located in thiieit end do general Banking Dusineii. We buy aud Bell exchange on NEW YORK, . NEW ORLEANS, BT.' L0UI3 GALVE8T0N, & HOUSTON, And all the principal towns andeltiei Jo tbenoulh-vest. We draw direct on (lie trading cities cf Fin cpf, and also deal in gold, silver aid currently and make collections at all point! in Ihe South. Dallas, Oolober28, 1872-tf. )ALLAS CITY BAKERY, Confectionery it Restaurant BOHNY dc LOUPOT, . ritOFRlKTORS, ' At Ibfir (Id Slanl on Ktii Street, : Vi'hero they have In store a large aaaortn.nl ot Confectioneries of nil Kinds, ' Canned Goods, Oysters, Sardines, Dried Fruits, Etc., Etc., U. will also have .' ',;'.' Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Eta., In avery variety. Thankful for tho past liberal patronage bestowed on him he asks a cantluuanceof th. aaiue. Sopt7,,7l!M;tf.d5 BOHNY A LOUPOT 8, 8. .'.use g fj. JONES & CO., T. J. Grounds DALF.8 IN FAMILY GEOOERIES AND ' ' Provisions. NF.XT DOOll TO ADAM8 i I.ENORU'8 BANK, Elm Street, Tl-nx-Dly Dallas, Texas, JpiFIY PER CENT. MADE ON SAFE INVESTMENT. I will sell my Store Homo, on Klmstrol,oppnslla Btock, Jett d Co'a, nextdeor lo Garllngton, Msr aallls A Co.'a, now occupied by M. W.hl, and rented until Octolier at on. hundred dollar. p.r month In advnuce. The House is 10 feet long by 25 wMo lot lisi fret. Will bo sold for $2,600 cash. It Is In Ihe heart of the business center of Dallas and the lot aloaa.ln a short time will b worth tho purchsa. money. 8.D' BLAKE. Apply to linear!. Jeffrie. A Terry or Block, J.lt A Co ntf-dtf T M. THURMOND, , I 0 ATTORNEY AT IAW, Dallas, ...... Texas. Ornrr. Terry A Blakt's Building Up Stairs. N13:dly en.t. xiiiurr ', na. a. w. rrtvinsoK jgLLIOTT & STEYINSOii", DKALIIS IN DRUGS, Medicinei, Paints, Glass, Oils. PATENT rM EDICINES FANCY G00DS,"4C. In their new Bulldltg, North side of Square, ' DALLAS, TEXAS. Wnnld respoclfnlly Inform ' tbo public that the have iww.eud will continue to keep on hand a fill 1 supply of every kind of good, in their Uno, and would solicit a share of public patronags. Tb.lr drugs aro warrauied froth and euro. . An .xperlcncod ' Druggist always prosent to 111 Pliyalchiiis' 1'r.Bcrlptlona. , ., aug.ai,18TI-Al:tu0. j ,,.. ft . ; -Jipie-rirj- ", - ,n- p , , II JIM llall II ,e".j4.ja ,1 :.n!'' '. , ., r-.taaew-C' - pwmi)- ' " jar'