THE DAILY HERALD.
II. MrCAXiir.il, Kdltor.
Who are authorised In receive subscriptions Mid
e.lrnvlUlni. foe Dull ftn.l Wulrl HrniiH
,,T. C. Chew, .100 Jlmedwar. few Ynrki 0 P.
Rnwell Co.. 41. Parts Bow New York: foe
Weetherlll Plilladeldhls t flrlffln Huffman,
ftsltlmnre : T. Mrfntyre. New Orleans! K. II
Cnshing, Houston ; lloii. dnu. W, T.nni, Austin .
I i ', Toil OOTEBNOB, : .
J. W. THROCKMORTON, of C'olHll.
8.TVRDAY, APRIL r18W.
: New Paper
The' first number of the Epito
Tniflt, a noat oiffht column wookly,
published at Fort Worth by Mr.
Will II. Lawrence, linn jut put in
its appearance. The noloctions
ovinco literary tnsto, ilo locals nro
spicy, and the salutatory as hand
somo an effort as our friend need
to tindertalco in order to establish
his standard hiph np in tho jour
xinllstio grade. Tho Epitomist is
Republican in politics, but its edi
tor says that " Wo Bhall labor to
purify our Stato, county and mu
nicipal governmont, support nono
but honest and competent men for
offlco, and whenever those in au
thority tako tho lead in this work,
wo shall give thorn our cordial sup
port.", From which wo infer hois
nlroady contemplating a chnngo in
his political convictions. Stand up
to tho prom'so, and tho Democrats
will soon bo claiming their own
Letter from John Henry Brown.
Austin, Mtroh 20, 1871!.
To the Honorahlo Mayor aud AUcrmcn of
the Oily of Dallas:
uentlkmkn Xliougu receiving
no ofllcial nolico of tho fact, I see
by tho Dallas Ueiuld of the 23d
inif trinf " 11 re K ,- n net n n rAw Knn
passed somo sort of censure on ine
in rolnlion to tho am ended city
chartor. I do not dony your right
to do so. I am only responsible) to
tho wholo people of Dallas, as a
city, and, in a considerable sense.
to tho pooplo of tho county, for my
acts in this matter. I tried to do
what I thought would most bonont
the pooplo. If I have fuilod, I am
sorry for it, and am brave onough
to corrcot any wrong I havo over
dono. oV do in tho futtirn.
iNow, i make tho following prop
osition to you :
First fall ft .private mooting of
tho pooplo of tho city of Dallas, lot
Mayor Long preside, assisted by a
citizen as Vice President and an
othor as Ssorotury. 1
Second Lot tho charter all bo
first read. Then read tho chartor
section by section, and let tho poo
plo adopt or amend it to suit them
selves. Havo each amendment
cnrefully drawn by a competent
porson oijuommittoo, and, whon so
arrangod, lot tho amendments so
dosired by tho pooplo bo sent to mo
as soon as possible, and I will got
thorn pnssod by tho Legislature.
: Hove, gontlomon, is a plain and
fair proposition to ascertain aud
carry out the will of tho pooplo,
whoso will I shall always obey, or
resign my soaf.
Tho protonse that I dosirod to
legislato mon out of oflloo is ridic
ulous,; when you , cousider. that I
continuod tho prosont Mayor and
Tn..1 in nfttnn f '.' A 1117 1 f
iiyIU IU VUlyU bill .M.IMII, iott, lutir
months longor than they wore
cloclod for. Of courso tho clauso
changing tho words does not apply
, until tho next general oloction in
1 havo no. doubt but tho act has
various dofocts, which tlmo will! re
veal ; but thoy can be odrroctod at
r any timo by tho Legislature, .
. If the poople want to bo taxed
one por cout, lot thorn say so, and I
will carry out their, will with
pleasure. But as wo were olouted
undor a solemn plodgo to do all wo
could fo reform bad laws and ro
duco tho burthons of taxation on
tho people,for one, I have laborod
day and night tosorvoand save
the people who elected mo. We
have to work, undor groat difficul
ties, becuuso a majority of tho Son
ate and the Governor have a voice
in all we do. The House- is ovor
wholmingly in favor of all sound
relief and reform ; but tho House
is only one of three parties in
. T t ' T l. il.!.. .
1 in cuiii'tuniuii, x iiitvo tins iu ruijr,
to wit: office has no charms tor me,
and whenever tho pooplo of the
TlinJ mint ' At) AffAfl f T - 1 11 43 nllin V
become diesatiBfied with my acta, I
will gladly resign and go to ray
fumily, whore penco, confidence and
ovo bavo reigned for nonrly thirty
JOHN IIENRY BROWN.
Durixq (he dlouloo, in (he Texu
Houi of ReprtfiantiHvea, of tha appropri
ation for the State polios, Mr. Komhlr, of
Ellis, aaltl lift could not recommend '
payment of the police, either for Ihetr
or future irrvlnee. Ill acquaintance
them wai rather limited, a they had ert
made three tripe to hie eeelloa. . Tha Cm
waa lo rob Col. Oalhingi of three tnouaaaj
dellari ; the aeeond to oversea an eleeti.
for which they charged the county four
teen hundred dollar ; the third, lo narvter
one of ouroiticena, Jack Mitchell. Thr
went to hie houae at the dead hoar ef
night, and hailed him in the name ef Ike
sheriff, and when Mr. Mitchell appeared
at the door, he was ahot down by them
without any provocation. For (hue re'
on Mr. Remble would oppoae any appro.
. Lettor from Mansfield.
Makshixd, Tarrant Co., Texai.
To.the E.lllnr of Ilif Hrl,l.
Your Tory ably conducted paper has all
waya been devoted lo the best inlartnte of
North. Woslern Toxin. The educalion of
our youth la not Among the least of these
Interests. Your thriving city haa received
lately, among its permanent eitiieni,
members of families with children
lo 'educate. The parents realiie,
now that the first excitement of locat
ing business ia over, that there are temp
tations, Interruptions, &en attending city
schools, vfhich almost nullify the advan
tages sometimes gained. They naturally
dread separation for such distances and
times as the schools with which they are
acquainted would make necessary. By
this communication they can be Informed
that only 25 miles from Dallas is a char
tered Institution, whore youths, of both
sexes may toil tor and receive the degree
of A. M. It is under the charge of Iter.
John Collier, with three assistant profes
sors. The village is very small. The few
residents are here mostly to furnish homes
for the scholars, for the institution is yet
in its infanoy. Buildings are scarce and
inoomplete. One thing the citizens did, in
the beginning of the enterprise, was to pass
a law that no place for selling liquors or
gaming could be established within sever
al miles of the plaoe.
The country south Is fine prairie, affording
good farms, The villiage is nestled on the
southeast skirts of the middle erogs tim
bers, which are eight lo ten miles wide,af
fording oonsidorable protection front the
"northers," and furnishing old-fashioned
roaring winter fires. As to health, the
plaoe ia not entirely free from the niias
malio changes thatbelongs to this latitude,
but they are light compared with other
places. Hiiflh nn Institution deaArvaa to
live, for the purpose of its founding was to
benefit. thoHe who are the present hope and
tho future depeiulenoe cf our country. To
your citizens it afl'ords a eonvenienl,'oom
fortnbla school, thorough ia its teachings,
accessible in a few hours ride, and avoid
ing the exponse of oity schools at a long
dislanoo from borne.
Il seemed worthy of a passing notioe
among the other improvements of this
rapid growing oounlry, and, therefore,
I heg a small corner of your journal to
hold it. , II. S,
Ia ttHON Newman, ofUnllod Stales Sen
ale Chapel notoriety, is about to get per.-
misHinu irom rresiuent. urani io make a
tourney round the world, visiting all na
lions to see if any progress can be made
during tho next four years towards the
linppy nnlUnium, spoken of in the 1'rcsi
ilout s inaugural, when all nations shall
speak ono tongue. The President has
made the South speak one tongue, that of
suoraission to everr wrong that eoulu
be perpetrated, since the end of "the late
unpleasantness," and he or General Slier
man (den. Sherman ever; time we think)
will ultimately make the whole United
plates speak one tongue of submission
but when it conies to the whole world.
" Our (treat Maker's own time" will be a
long ways off. Claiborne Advocate.
CITY AND (7i'TtTFFICKK8.
Hon. IlAEnis Hart, Dullu, Ju!g 14th Judicial Dlt
Inn. T. Al'LT, Ka., t)allu, piitrlrt Attorney.
rriotas or ai.t,a counti.
Jobn D. KiaroOT, Dallaa, J. P. l'rwiuct 1.
HonRKT S. thiT, Iiftucuitei', " " J,
MraaiiiTH Miiias, " J,
William J. 11.ii.hkll, 11 ' I.
0. C. 11uta. " " i.
John M. Law. Clark af tlia Clatrio Court. .
, 7,. K. Cciiinriw, "1
V Poputy Clrk.
llcsar Bull, J
Jp.Rn. M. Huowx, Slierilf. .
M. V. lhi,K, TrTOiiurer.
K. A. liliH, County Knrrayor.
B ax. Tjoso, Mayor I 3as. 1J. Tmv. City Att'y
II rsiiv Hum., Trraauror, I Tuoa. Fitn, Marahal,
Q. 8. Bt lTriiKLL, htc'y, D. K iko, Aaa'or toll'or
' Al.oiBMtH.-E. T. Bryan, C. Capy, 0. H.fwlnk,
FranK AiiKiin, M. 'iiiamiet, w, u. unitoa, jno. W.
Lana, a. m. uo nran.
DAt.T.AS CKAI'TKlt, No. 47. RaTal Area Mnaa aa
will meet at lha Maaonle Hall In lhaelty of Dallaa
on tha lat oloailay after tlia laat Saturday In each
mnntb. V. N.U. Yllt!NU, H. K. 11. U
Uinrt Ball, Scct'y.
t AT.LAS COMMASriKRT, N. 6, RnlnhtaTemp
lr, will meat at tha Aavlnm, In tho town a
Dallaa, on tlia Thuwlny after the lint Saturday
IU au Ill vii I il, fill i J rniiiiic-MKIII.
' '" ..! B. S, BOWKR, R. C,
J. K, BAaitLir, Becerder. (
"" Companion. Yon era haraby inwitnoned toat
land Stated canvncMlon af Dallaa Chapter,
No. 47. on Monday evenlne-. Deo. 30. is?
at early candle tlKhtlng.' Ity command of the
U.K. ll. r. Titun. WAbriKH, acoratary
IANNKIIIIiI. 10 DOR, No. M, . A. M.i meets on
the aeoond and laiit 8att rday of each month, at
. tna ttasmiio Han
nKNBT BOI.L, W. M
TtieaAnn Mosiiah. Sae'y.
RtlHlKI.r KNdAMCMKNT, No. 2.1, t. O. 0. F
nil on the nM and tlilrd frlday nights of
each month, at tha Odd Fellows' Hall.
, r. a.savkr.c.p.
Atteet! J. D. Kraroor. Scrllia.
DALLAS I.OHUR, No. 44, J. . 0. F., meetion
ereiT Wednetilay night, nt the Odd fellows'
Hall. K. W. Bl'NT.N. 0.
F. II. AVfiiroT, Mecntary.
THE DALLAS HERALD
Daily and Weekly.
Tfce Daily lit published every
a rains, vcpt MuUay
mm delivered tCUy
iSB IX NKTI HOTH, AIT, IODTH AND
wurrirtii rust maim
h 4 ike rf lUr
Wt!h rwtlTtd m latt i miilnlgkl,
SPECIAL TELEGRAPHIC REPORTER
at Austin, wlinfurnUhmnwlth vnli of tin
prorMi!ingrtll L'SiiUtilie.nll'l iiicll OII1M ltmi
a re nf any lmpnrtnr.. W, thrfnr, gl to onr
city riwdari and U Korllurn
THE LATEST NEWS
Twnntj-fnnr honri, and frrqnontly t"ortjr-lght
tiourn, in Kitnnca any otner inpr i
W r l miik ine nrrtnRmAit(i to Huts ri rri.
litr mrrflipundmit at Wunhingtoii City, and will
From all paints lu the State and country.
Taaccninplisli thin we have gene to heavy ex
penae, Being determined to make the HitKALU
A LIVE NEWSPAPER,
we eonAdeutly look to the business men'and others o
THE CITY OF DALLAS,
and the surrounding ennntry lor a generous an pport.
An nn Advci tlxing medium,
both for this City as well as all the business centers,
Is unsurpassed la tha Interior ef Texas.
THE TVEEKLY HERALD,
will be made np af til the best and raoat important
cententa of the dally, and will be made a
VALUABLE FAMILY PAPER.
Ita subscription llat, already large, faat Increas
ing, baring a hearjr. circulation in thla aud Ibe sur
rounding cuuuIIm, aa wall as all over the Stato and
Strictly In adrance.
PA1I.T, per Annum
e months (
ii "3 months.. ,
WNF.KLT, per Annum
i 0 months
J0. W.SWIXDELLS Sl CO.,
Fatillahers and Proprietors
J. BERNSTEIN CO.,
CORNER STRAND AND TRE MONT STREETS.
.. ,, ..r. oi.k of GenlUmoo'i Spring and 8uinmr Clothing li c minUto,
v , ... .,n.i... . Aoottinut u
tulioft of ttwir tck lftr purciiMins
Jee 3DOWNScfi5 CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
Liquor, Tobarco, Sfgar,
1 ihin? Tackle, Ammunitioii, Etc.,
North Sidk of tub Tdblic Square, on
Paliaa, Teiai, February 20, '73-no9d3ioi.
M. FBIKND & CC,
WHOLESALE AKD RETkX
LIQUORS OP ALL KINDS,
Wlilnkys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials Bitters. Iin-
ported Aleand Torter, and a complete lilt
of all urticloa In their lino.
Cigar and Tobacco
Of tha beet uranili In large qnantltlei and for sail
Attached to their bminena Is a
nnilarshe anpervlslan of Mr. Morrli Wilion, an ao
cempliehed eateror, who in always ready to enter
W. Q, ItANSALL. T. P. BaMDAI.L.
G. RANDALL & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Scalers In
BOOTS, SHOES AND CL0THltN3,
DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS.
limiiKST rnicK paid fir
,TJLT, JENKINS & AULT,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Are now offering for sals the following
DALLAS COUNTY FARMS.
710 acres, 13 miles north of Dallaa, lWacrca In
cultivation, ftnedwellinir houae, prico12,IKio.
SWi acres, 10 miles north nt Dullna, 70 ucrea In col
tlvatlon.Ane water; timber and prairie, price $l",ono.
S5S acres, 13 railea north of Dallaa, Ml acre In cul
tivation, One eprlng: prairies and tlmlier,prlcefl,MIO.
110 seres, S miles north of Daitna, 75 arrca In cnl-
"(ln' rlr'' nJ "mltri l,l"ck "andjr toil, price
J.1S acres, ia miles north-enat of Dallna, 45 acres
Is esltlvallon, prairie and tlmlier, price iijm.
M acres 121-li miles north of Dallaa, to acres In
cultivation, prica$16 per acre.
4s acres 3 miles west of Dallas, It seres In cultiva
tion, price $1 ,000
HI acres 7 miles north-west ef Dallaa, M.ncrcs in
24 acres 6 miles'aorth of Dallna, part of the Wm
Burset survay.all fenced but nat broke, price ft.500.
Block No 0, Heaston St and FacUc Atenna
houae 6 rooms.
Iiot g and block Ko IM, cornor of Paciflc Avonns
and Jefleraon street, 4 rooms.
Block Ni 14 north half of Houston and Woeil Its.
Block No 282,R,ui Jacinto street audT C.Rallrond.
I rooms. , '
Block No Mil 100x200 feel Howard St, log cabin
Block Nn 24 lot 4, Honaton and Wood 8ts, 6 rnima.
Block No TO Lamar and Polk atreela, "-4 rooina.
Block No 217 IWxllo ft Itess an GrIIHn stsarooms.
Bleok iU Uwm ft Orlftlu Patteraon sta,4roosis
Blook 78 Commerce street Ksixaxi rest room.
Bleak U2I eaat half Roaa and Carter sta, II rooms
AULT, JENKINS & AULT. '
March 1, '73.
LAND LOCATING COMPANY,
OIBce with Anlt, Jenkins eV Ault,
DALLAS - - - TEXAS.
John Henry Brown, President, W. F, Cummins.
Vice-President, J K Hawkins, Ceueral
Agent, Pierce W Brown Treaeare
W K Ault Secretary.
1Ma Plere. W.B,WB. W-
This oomriany waa organized and chartered for
the sole purposo of Locating Texas Land Cerlfnca.
tes on Comniiasinn. (temmiaaivna one-alxth Inter
eat In the landi or, whoro asinnch as a League and
labot Is given, 10 cents per acre.
All communications ehould ha addressed to
, ni'SIIION, made 0f red pl,h wi,h ,
gUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD.
miy n wuuld wiib lo (lnl in marke 1, wlilch
wooo ana wiuou-ware
Tha only t.lna running Hi ronuM (tore from St. Louis
io new i in a, i hco, i.ini'iiniati, a llu
LouIstIIIo without cbiinge.
MARKS CLOSE CONNEJTIOST VflTII
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRALNS
1ST3 Summer Schedule 1W3
T!30 A. M. DAY BXPBKSP.
Ihroueh to New l'oi k, Chicago, Clin lum'rtl nd
(lil.l v. m. FAST I,1K
Willi Piiliiiuin's PnlacoSlrrpIng fur thro nKh to
Few York, Cincinnati nud LcnsTlllc Daily with,
i0 P. M.-CHIOACO EXPnKSS
With through Sloeplng C'lr-Doily excopt But.
Ticket Oflicf, No. 100 N. Fourth St., Cor.
Chestnut St., St. Louis, nndat oil
priuoipal Railroad offices
F.M. COTJt'RN, Ticket Ag't St. T.iuifK.
.1. K. PIMl'SOX, (lan'i sup't, Imiiaiinpnlls.
CIIAS. K. KOMiKTT, (ien'l Pass. Ag't 81. Tionla.
CIIAS. BABCOUK, Southern Ag't Dallas Texas.
Hotel and Restaurant,
M. IIOFFSTADT, Trop'r.
Ulain Street, - - Dallas, Texas,
Ho has iiiBt ntted up a large number of comfort
able and p Icavuut rooms, and iplrndidle (uruirlied
MEALS AT ALL HOWS.
Particular attention paid to the accommodation of
Commercial '1 revelers.
All Omnibus Runs to nil Trains,
Dallaa, March 11, '73 no2.ridlyr.
1JLEASANTS & GAMBKILLE,
ornee Southwest Cor Public Square,
(Ivor JolTries I Terry's Store, - - Dallas.Texas
J) It. T. WILLIAMS,
orrica axd assmriirs it m prror nam areas,
He offers his professional services to the rltlfens
of Dallna and tho surrounding oounlry, n27dtf
W. A. Jokes,
A. JONES & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
DEALERS IN STOVES &C.
SIGN OK TUB BIO COFFEE TOT,
Main Street, - - - Dallas, Texas.
All Orders Promptly Attendod Tt. -J
J S. PENN,
CONORKSS ATKNUK, - - - AUSTIN, TEXAS
News nnl Varieties,
Subscriptions received for all papers and Magailnes,
RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY DAY
School books I Shool books I
Illaukbooksl Wank books t
Gold Pens I deli! Pens I
Wall papotl Wall paper I
CHANGE OF TIME!
March 2, 1873,
raiwanger irnuiawiii run asiuiiaws:
Afcomniodation, 1 AiTlring at Ittd Hi... ....
nt :() a. ui. n ex day : at a ,.'
and WacoS00a.ni. Km,d,,
nil L r
ViOO n. sii.
oxi-enie.il. arriving at UoUl.
J ton at 0:,10 p. B1 8
A I t. T
0:00 p. in.
WS... m. y lSuu
lli-turnlgg, Icarca Red
Jt 0:.,(l ,,. ,., ,vrltl
Itmuluii ut 0:011 a. m, u,
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars
Arc nt tnr licit to Accniuinodiitien Trnlus botwwa
UMiiMtun and Anslin.
PnSBeiigera for Waco mint tnke Mall snj
pros Train Icnvljg llomtou nt 'J (Kl n. m.
Thenlioyo Tralna mnke the following cuiuvt.
tioiiK, viz :
At nearna with International It. It. dally (Son.
davs HXccptcil) North at it :i'l p.m. and uti'iu q
South, at 12 ou p. in, anil 1 1 lft p. tu. ' ''
At Waco with daily stnges to all ointaWi,
At Muxin. with line of Hacka for Fiilrfield aad
Bullvr, onmi'liiys and Wcilnculiiys.
. At Diillaa, West, lor Wealhci font on.1 .Imk.lioro
JIouoiih, lciincaua.vsaiiu rriiiitys in i ihj n. W(i
tiiist, fur Tytcr uml I.onvluw, Bunds a, Wfdn.4,
duys iiiul Kriduyaiit 2 (H) u. m.
For Fort Worth, dully nt 7 00 a. m.
ontliwoht,lbr Cleburne, eriry Monday at710o.m
Northwest, fur Denton and tLiincavllic,
Hoiliieulny nt 7 ihi a.m.
At Sherman dully lor Ituiiliam, Paris ClarKavilh
ami Jeitt'i'sou. nt ii:isi a. in. '
Weal, to Pilot Point, fiai nevil'e, and Jneksboro
At lied ltiver City, Willi Missouri, Kan.aa and
Texas It. It., to points Nui lh Hunt and West,
At Leilbetter, ith dully Muuo for I.nllrangf,
At McDade, with daily Stage lor BaHtrep.
At Austin, withdaily Stupi for Ran Sliircoi, Now
Braunfela, Han Antonio and Ei Puno.
Tlirmih Tlcketasoldat Mnnston and Anatln to
nil poinla North, East, mid West, via Rod Hirer
City ami New Orlcuus. amlat Hempalead am! irT.
an lo a'l pulnls North, Knst unci !at, vis Newtir
leans. Alao via singe lines to .San Antonio, Wealh.
erfi.ril, Fort W'ollli, llunhani, Paris, and Clu'kl
Through Ratesund Ililla of Lnilitig given from
Station oa 1 lie lino of this road to Now Orleans.
For through jute of freight apply to A. Angus,
Northern Agent, Itoil ltiver City, Texas, anil U, I.
lindns, Western Agent, Sou Antonio, Texas. i
J.WALDO, 0. i'.Si T.A.
Have opened the Largest and Mos
Varied Stock of
ratcnt Jledklnes, mints, Oils, Toilet
Ever brought to this portion of Texas, and are de
termined lo sell atthe lowent flftnros. WalihV
buying to sell sgaln to compare ours with New Or.
leans and Galveston prices. ( 'ulculate freight, ilraj
ago, wharfage, leiiluige, breukngo, insurance ami oth
er expenses, together with the great Inw of tine in
ordering from a distance, and we think they will
find we nfTvr superior inducements to give us their
patronage. We deal wllli none bat Brst clasa
and oiler you none lint first class goods: liesidea we
will give yon Trill- Wcii(hH niiel Itlrnsurci.
Our Prescription Department is complete and
under the supervision of .los. K.llg. Civeiissnlio
Elm Street. Itesnertrnllv.
H. C. I10SKINS & CO.
EstalilisW January 1st. lSfiG.
C. JOEDAN & CO.,
It. P. Al'SSPAlGII, - - Cashier.
FIRST CLASS PAPER IMSCOIINTF.D AT BEA5M.
AI1LE HATBH. I'OLLKCTIONS MADE o !!
parta or (lie I n Ion and remitted for prontplll
GOLD, SIIiYEtt AND Cl'KRKNCT
110IK1IIT AND SOLD
We draw nt sight for Cold and Currency Is
amounts to suit :
Swonson, Perkins 4 Co., SO Wall St.
Boniman's Saving Institution.'
Perkins, Swenson A Co.
Ol'EIV FROII 0 A. JM. Illl 5 V'
Wo ore agents for the rolloiving Flret Clan Jf
surance Coinpanles, and tuka risks at rates
llahed by the Dallas Board of Underwriters!
FRANKLIN FIRE INSt'RANOK CO.,
of Phllad lihla, Assets -.((3,316,315
BARTKOltll I IKK 1NSCKANCE CO., ,
of Ilartfot I, Conn.. Aasets ?2,5ofl, "
STATH INSVKANCE CO., .enraOO
of Ilanlhal, Mo.. Cash Assets....- WJ.
MERCHANTS JIUTUAI, 1-1FB INSUHAM K J-"
or Uilveston, Caah Aasets ffull piilel..00'' "
TFXAS I1ANKINO AND INSUItANCK CO.,
' of Oalveaton. Caah Capital JVWO.OW w
TLANTURS' INSURANCE CO., . sntn m M
of Houston, Toxns, Cash Capital f2IS0,ora w
T. C. JORDAN &
. pallas, Texas.
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