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HERALD. i ( if. it , 1 1 VOL. 1. THE DAILY HERALD ! PM1.ISIIID VEr H0BN1N0 IT JNb. W. SWINDELLS A CO. Ttrma of Nubacritiou. (TiVABLt IN AUUNCig Onn year in nil Sis months C on Threu month ikj Advertiaiugj lint t a. On. Square (ten line of tlila ,im tyi) nno liiHor llun, $1. Kiich.aiiliaiiiwiit insertion, 60 n.ntn. lrail Notices noxt tn romlintt niu tier, $1 Ml nor lo.il.xre each iiucrtlon. I,icul Knlirea In reading or rrtltnrinl colmnu. 80 cent. per Hue each insertion. arsnecliil reduced rat made for longer parlnda terAdrertinuiieiita payable tn advance, unleM Willi th mo doing a regular Uiuiumi umlor contract. THE WEEKLY HERALD is rcnusnisD Bftiti sathidaT mohmso. Tkm ti 60 per annum, or l So fur mouth., in advance. ix J.W.SWINDELLS A GO. JNO. W. SWINDI!M.S. ). M'cAI.Kn. BY TELEGRAPH. Karthimako In Central America The City of San Salvador Ik-strojtd Kiglit Thousand Persons Terlsh Twelve Million Dollars Worth of Properly Destroyed. Serious Illness of tlie Pope Indians on the War Path Address to the People of Louisiana MOVEMENT ' ' OP TROOPS AND GOVERNMENT VESSELS. DONGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE, , Special to the Herald. ' Austin, April 11. A petition was in troduced from the citizens of Cherokee and Houston counties-, against their dis uieiuucriucui. The following bills were introduced: Regulating fees of office j protecting work men, laborers and employes on railroads giving them lien on work done; prevent ing the spread of contagious diseases; prohibiting Stato and civil officers from receiving or using free railroad passes. The Speaker appointed a committee of five to revise the present immigration bill. The following bills wero passed : Cre ating new counties of Hempstead and Gray; incorporating the Waco Benevolent Association; exempting certain personal property from force sale ; authorizing Burnett oount y to levy and collect tax to build a Court House ; regulating the issu ance of land certificate? ; repealing the law for the collection of special railroad tnx in McLcunau and Falls counties. .' The whisky bill, which prohibits the sales of liquors from Saturday night until Monday morning, was postponed after considerable discussion. The Senate was not in session on account of the funeral of the late Capt.MoWilliams, State Policeman, killed at Lampasses. The Governor granted a respite ef three days to the two men sentenced to be hung to-day for murder, to-day being Good Fri day. . GUESS. Special to the Herald. .CIVI1 RIUIIT8 AT DENISOJf. Denison, April 11. Two colored men, dressed in broad cloth and accompanied by their wives, from the District of Columbia, arrived on the M. K. & T. It. R. They at tempted to get in the Iirst-clns3 car of the Texas Central H. R., when they were in formed by Conductor Matthews that the car tfas for white persons exclusively. One of the negroes then commenced to use very abusive language toward, the rail road company and the Conductor. A gen tleman from Dallas, standing noar the negro, gave him a Bevere blow under the ear, which felled him like an ox. Con duoler Matthews then made for the "man and brother," and in a few minutes he as scarcely recognizable by bis roost in timate friends. The gentleman from-Dal-las and the Conductor weie immediately taken into custody, but released in a short time upon proper surety. ALERT. Associated Prcaa Dl.pnlchcu. t TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE. ' ( " " Ashmvall, via. Havana, April 11. The city of gao Salvador, the capital, of the Central American Kepublio of that name, has' iestroyed b" quako, o aiisiiiff terrible Ions of lir.. l"ii. thousand persons perished, and property valued atlwelve million dollars was Ue "troyed. The earthquake was followed by a conflagration, and umuy buildiuirs burned. , . . ' 6 illness or the poi'h. v. New Vouk, Anril ll.Tho Wnii r. .... cml from ltouie says the I'ope is siiffcriug 1 1 uiu mcuiiiaiio lever nud ulceration of inn leg. , ins illnejt n mreuiely serious. A factory in Rome was destroyed by ignining; lorty buried iu tho ruins, fivo Kiueu auu seven wounded. ON TUB WAR PATH. St. Louis, April 11. The Lawrence (hu.) Journal learns that the Kiowa, C'lieyeiines and Armpiihoe lndiiuis are preparing for war, and that tho Govern ment Is reiiil'oroiug all the forts iu West ern Kansas and louth of that section, and extra troops are ordered to the front. Two companies of cavalry have arrived, and two mote on the road. Every, prospect of iiiuiuu iruuuies on tno frontier this Spring, The Leavenworth Times, of a recent date, says all trustworlliy accounts from the frontier represent the Arrnpahoes and Choycnnes making preparation for a cam paign of determined lighting. Young men of the Clieyenncs scorn the peaco policy, and are anxious to go on the war path. ("Id chiefs, who visited Wuh ington and noted ( lie extent of tho white population en route, advised peace, but tho impulsive young warriors wont listen. ... San Fha.vcisco, April ll.-Noon Ap ache raids into Mexico are unabated. Robberies and rmuyleri aro frequent. Tho Mexican 'gjvernment has author- i.'cu tho construction of a telegraph line through an Alos and Sonora. A p Kansas City, ApiilJU. The rescue parly sent to protect lind warn surveyors on the Cinnamon River, has returned. They found the bodios of four surveyors terribly mutilated. Denn'.ng's body has been brought back; the others buried on the spot. The party encountered a band ot Cheyennes who made hostile demon strations, but did not vciiluro to attack. New Vokk, April 11. Tho Senate pos tal car commits ee heard the ar gument to-day of Cuylcr of Philadelphia, who held that the Government had no more constitutionat right to force railway companies to perform services for nothing, or for unsat'sfaolory compensation, than to take citizens' residences and turn them into post offices, and denied Congress tho power to fix compensation for carrying tho mails. ooon FRIDAT. Gold, stock, cotton and produce ex change closed, and the courts-have ad journed over till to-morrow, The batiks are open, it not being a legal holiday. Services in the Episcopal and Hooian Catholic Churches largely attended. Stores are generally open. There are no street quotations on cither stocks or gold to-day, as tho regular mem bers of the stock exchange arc prohibited by rules from dealing in money of either except exchange open. ' Comptroller Green reports that tho re duction of expenses of city advertising in l&7!i, under thoso of the year previous. Unless the legislature passes laws order ing additional advertising, the current year will keep expenses inside of $100, 000. . A full supply of gas was let on to-day. Noon. The strikers are applying for work at the old rates. , AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. The Sergeant at 'Arms' of the Leginla t lire arrived hero lo-day to urrest Jay Gould, Wm. M. Tweed and J B. Dutcher. charged with contempt in not appearing before the Invest ig'iting Committee when smnmflnel. Tweed could not bo found, and search is now being made' for Gould and Dutoher, , . . LKASR OP A RAILROAD, At a meeting of the stockholders of the Atlantic nnd Greast Western Railroad to day, it was resolved to ratify tho loaso of tho Cleveland, Colutntms mill Cincinnati and Indianapolis rood to the Great West ern. Air. llutcbin, ico President, pre sided. .. ; is Paris, April 11. Fifty million francs went to Germany, on the 5th, in further account of the war indemnity. jNeW'Iork, April 11 Mr. Medille withdrew from fthe civil service commis sion on account of the 1 resident order of incompatibility of State and Foderal offices: The President accepted Mcdillo's resignation, and gives assurance that tin rules of civil service shall be maintained. THE STRIKERS. The gas strikers hold a private moetine to-night. They will have a grand mass meeting. The president of the gasmen's society says the organization is now com plete and a general strike will result be fore a week. Work has been commonocd on the East River bridge to connection. ... . - - . KEW ORLEANS WAR VESSELS. A Washington special says private ad vices from New Orleans slato that five monitors there are being repaired and got ready for service, besides which there aro thiee other monitors and gunbonts ready. It is believed that this has some connec tion with recent movemcuts on the Kio Grande. THE FRESHET. ' Breaks on the Erio railroad caused by the freshets have been repaired. Trains are now running without interruption. No markets to-day. ' didn't abdicate. Philadelphia. April 11. Brigham Young telegraphs to pupers that his resig. nation nf secular offices does not ntfect his position as PresiUent"6f ;fhe-Morm"o Chutch-. in, which cacaclly he shall still exercise control. MOV Ell I Or UOVIiRWMEXT TROOl'S, . , Fort Scott, April ll.Tho United States troops Hal ioned on neutral lands have commenced their departure for Fort Gibson. The cavalry started Wednesday, and will march through. The infantry follow by rail Monday- Cincinnati, April it. a spectit dis patch states that the river at Memphis was within two feet ot last years over- a inch an hour, lours DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY MOUNING, APRIL are entertained of serious overflow bo- low. Wasiiinutoh, April 11-rThe Trenident leaves early next week for Missouri, aud returns me nrsi or Slav Beorelarys Robeson, Belknap and Crei- wen are aoseui from tlie Cabinet. The President annoinlcd R. M. Rot nobis collector of customs for Mobile, vioo Miner removed. ; Gen. Sherman and Gen. McDowill, who commands the devisiou South, had a con sultation with the President, with a view to the concentration of troops iu the inter est of economy. , ! 1 Gen. MoIOwell leaves for his headquar ters at Louisville in a fow days. '. Secretary Delano has advoi trie" mili Ury not to surrender the indicted Modocs to oivil authorities in case the Modoos surrender. burgeon James K. Carson, has been or dered tn the department South for duty. Little Bock, April 11. Three iron piers, fifty feet long, for the railroad hridgo, Were swept uway. The river has risen twenty feet in forty-eight hours. ForniiKKKi'siE, April 11. The remains of William nnd Mary Merrill, victims of the Atlnnlio disaster, arrived to-day, and will await finding of tie bodies of Mrs. Mcrritt and Miss Scrimscr, when nil will bo buried together. Alihnv, April ll.Tho Assembly pass ed 4 resolution ordering t lis arrest of I weed, liould and Imtclicr for refusing to testify bofore the Erio investigating com. mil tee. Paris, April 11. The Carlisls opened fivo on Puigiccrda Villa. Frouco is also threatened. Two Cubans and twclvo Spaniards were killed in tho engagement near Manzilla- A dispatch from I'uigicoi-.lii this morn ing snys tho Carlisi' have been repulsed from before Piiigiceida after fighting a whole day and night. IMPORTANT FROM LOUISIANA.! New Orleans, April 10. A oonferonce of tho city members of the fttsiou General Assembly and committee of presidents of the independent clubs of New Orleans, issue un address to the people. Following arc extracts: Publio opinion throughout i ne uniou is against tlie usurpation. Our only danger, if there bo any, will ooine lrom ourselves, it the people of Louisi ana will sanction, by obedieuco and uo quiescence , this government, K they will give it tho only solidity it cau ever no quire. It is only by our owj submission that our cause can bo defeated, We re- ooiumcnd that the people of the several parjshes, for the purpose of most effectual resistance to mis usurpation, auu lor mu tual aid nud defonoe, to joiu the peoplo's league of Leuisiana by the formation of parish councils in correspondence with the central council in New Orleans, Wo must remember that there cau be no dejacto government as against a it:' jurt gov eminent in a state Uiat the only wuv by which the Kellogg usurpation can be come established as a government is by acquiescence of the people ; that the issue presented in the Louisana caso to Con gress and tho people-, of other States is neither a party nor seotional one, andfor this reasou wo have the support of alarico and influential seotion of tho Republican party, as woll as goutleuien which com posed tho Liberal party iu till Into Pres idential oleotion. - . 1 he people of New Orlcnn; .aro not paying taxes cannot, in fact, pay them nor aro they giving any recognition to the usurpers. Galveston, April 10. Telegrams and private Intelligence from ";) counties re port killing troBls; crops and fruit all ki'lod, and replanting commenced. Thcso ceutjties embrace a largo portion of tho cotton growing districts, - kw loiiK, April IU, The gas company turned on gas full this evening and slate there is a ptenlilul supply. - U. S. Marshal llnrlow to-day attached the steamer City of Mexico uudcr penally of $200, duo the United States for viola tions. . '" . " '.New Orleans, April 11. Flour dull treble 7 to 8, family !)J tolOJ, Corn quid; mixed 55, white 5(i to 57. On's easier; 44. Bran lower; 80. Hoy dull; prime 25. Porkl dullj'lOJ. Dry salt meats firm; GJ, HJ, to 0. Bacou quiet, firmer, 7 to UJ. Hams firm; 14. Lard firmer, tieroe refined 8 J to !; keg 'JJ to UJ-. Sugar firm; common 7 to 7; prime 0 to 9., Molasses; fair &0. Whisky dull; 80 to U5. Coffee; 17 to lil.l. Sterling; 273; "'g'11 premium. Gold V. Cotton quiei; sales :i,C00; ordinary good ordinary , 10); low middlings 17j; middlings 18J; middliug Orleans 10; re ceipts 4,2-10; exports, Liverpool 3,)1"; Ant werp 111(H); coastwise 808; slock 18ti,iilt; week's Siilcs 20,000; receipts 20,010; gross 23070; exports, continent 8,01)2; ' Great Britain 21,688; coastwise 3ol,4o0. Weather Itoport. " ' PROBABILITIES. Washington, April 11. The area of lowest barometer will move northeast divn the St. Lawrence valley on Saturday, i ui-Now England southeast winds and threatening weather. For tho Middlt States, east winds, lower barometer, with fool, cloudy weather during Saturday for the lower lakes; fresh and ..possible .brisk northwesterly' winds,- with fallingl tra perature and clearing weather, , for the upper ... lakes. Diminishing, norlherly winds, partly cloudy nnd clear weather, followed very generally by southerly winds with falling barometer by Saturday night, for the lower Missouri, and south west falling barometer and rising temper ature for l lie Eastern, Gulf and South At lanlio States and northwest winds back to South, with falling baromoler and part ly cloudy weather. ' ; : '; We have received the Galveston Daily Times, published by the Times PubPshing Company. It Is a neat, sprightly looking popei and Its general ."make-un", evinces ability and life. We hope it will nvtmeet the fate Its predecessors have, but may live to hi as hooryaj its father in the path of usefulness and right-- The subscription price of the Daily is $12. Wsxahachle Democrat. The life of man li Imt a .pan, 1 ', i i I Ami niun Ih moro Hum puprf ; . I We hop. to lifo awhile to give . , .A idaar light Irurp nua luKir. . , ,' ' "Hoary''' in rood oh I hrnllier Dnio. ' '; . 1 Wo think we lite It, rather s ' " The Timks Is one, like many a Hon,' ' ' Who does uot nnmo hi lather. .It; i. tit 1 ! i flalvoston Simes, FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS! The underlgncd lia thl day pencil oat, la ad dition to kia 1'R 01) L'CK $ r-R 0 VIST OX B L'SfXlSS A welliflerled Stork of FAMILY GROCERIES, Which will he Hold at bottom lleiiro. for cati. A good inFply of all kind, of KATABI.KS conilantly on hand. Country l'rothct Bought and Sold. ' H. 8. SCHMIDT. ' Main St., opposite Odd FellowV Hull, 52dllt - - : J. W. STEVENS, HOUSE apd SIGN IE3 &, xi. t r , I lake tlil wraHton to ro'urn my thankn to Iho pulliu for their iiliend utiuiiniiu, mid promlitethai all work ciitrui'Ld to my cure in future Hill heex eiutod promptly, and HutiMfm-tlou iu all caauH guar-autt-i-d, Shop-on Mam Street, below the Foundry. 52tltf Fruits, ConfVclioiicricN, Imported and Somcstio CIGAES, TOBACCO," ETC., ALSO ICE COLD SODA" AND I.KMOSAlUt To be had at , W. E. COLTON'S, Next door to Connor t Walker's Drug Store, South elite of Main St. . VAL LAS, TffXAS. 02dtf H. II. CAREY, Builder and Joiner, . SHOP ON MAIN STREET, Nrm tire Dallas Foundry v. Ha will make contraota for any kiud of building 1'Iai.H. Siiooillcatioira and JCtitnatH furulBhed to pni-tieii wi.hing to build, and material eupplleil when doalrod. ildtf F. M. HANKS Sc CO., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. AND- LAND AGENTS, X3n.lln.iss, Toxns, OFFICE IN THE UAYKES' BUILDING We have a lurfe amount of Vnlualile Lands for Salt', Honied in Italian aud Hiirrotiiiding countioe, both Improved and Unimproved. AU a lnrg lint of tlio must dcnlmblo DALLAS CITY 1'RorERTY, Namely IJwelllDir, PmoHIiik anil MiKlnen I.nta.in vnriuuif port. fthe cily. Until, plat, and prices of which can be necn by vailing at tlie ohice. Hpccial atleutiou it called to 16 Lots 50 by 100, Of the Hank'i Addltloa, on ltom Avenue and Sun Jucluto Stioet, which we offer at $100 (GOLD) EACH, Wshavo just received 10,000 acres of land certificates, viz : 6 40s, 12 80s one t hi rd of leases and 19 20a, which we offer for sale at the moiket rates. They' have ptrfeoted orraniements by which I hey will keep themselves supplied slong s they are u be bad 4 nit hi mar- kot, and will fill orderB whea required,, Half Cash and balancoatOuiontha. Will locate T.aml Cerlltiralei for nue-fonrlh of tneiano w ill perfect Till (o hiD,il jiud collect lylIUIa Y ,JtVl v UtltI 12, 1873. ;' i I ! SOUTHERN: Mel General Office, T. A. NELSON. BEN. MAY, . Capital, all Paid Up, Assets, over - - i Annual laconic, ' - -v'v.--v---vrx'"' Tlie Leading Life ; ot the N KW ORLEANS OFFICE-J. U. MILLER h CO., Goneral Agenti. liALVESTON BRANClI-lt L. SWEETMAN & CO., General Aeen ti DALLAS BRANCH 1). M. IIAYDON, Generul Agent.1 ...... ,; ; Premiums reoeivtd in Cash, and entitled to Annual Dividends, and ' ' ALL POLICI13S NON-FOUFEITAuitiE '-it " ! -. . . j After sccend payment. It is doing a most successful business In all of tbeBoulheta. States from Maryland lo Texas, and is managed by some of the ablest nnanoiers of the South, having already Issued over Fifteen Thousand Polio les. ." v t . Tho Company refers to the following Bosll of piieetort, who oomprls IbeDalUt Branoh, and are all insured In the ConipaffJ, and under whos supervision tkt RJE. SERVE FUND taken in at the liranoh will be Invested, ! ' . , UOAIID OP jOinBOTORHi . W.I. MURPHY. OLIN WELLUORN. P. SANGER." E, Q. MILLER.'1 ' ' J. 8. CARRINOTON. WM. GARRETT. - W. C. HOLLAND. ' 8. J. ADAMS. R. E, BURKS, ' J.H.BRYAN. R. V. TOMPKINS. D. McCALEB. oppioansi S. J. ADAMS....... J. II. IIRVAV, D. M. IIAVUOY EXEOXTTIVE OOIWEMXITfflU I "' r'' '' W.I. MURPHY. J. I. LEONARD , ' J.H.BRYAN.' 7 J, J. FENDLEY. ; R. V. TOMPKINS. A. H. 8TE0AIL." " ' W. Q. RANDALL. -' DRS. J. S. & P. CARRINOTON, Medical Examiners. . . This Company declarod the largest dividend, (averaging from 18 to 21 per sent., ao cording.to the kind of policy, and age of the pollcy-holdtr.) of any eonpany la th South during the last year. It is managed by live business bis a, and witk great ooonomy. As suoh it needs no recommendation from at. ' ' . ' " ' D-M HATDOIT, Agent fr Nertbtra Tent. . : Office Elm Street, opposite Adams & Leonard'! Banking House. Dallas, April 5", 1878. ' ' ' ' - " dt Legal Notices. Dissolution of Copartnership. Tin-roirlnirlil hllluro jltlni- hrtwean Cnn ninghaai It Kleren., ro llilcm . la thl. day Hiaanlvpil by mutnnl comout. The Liu inoaa will beeontinn vd uuil all claim and debts ictlled by J. W. STIVKNK. Dalian, April 10, 1873. Will i .Notice, m, ; .'i, . j TO TI1K TAX-l'AYKItS OF PAI.tAH COUNTY.-. Attor April lath, 18711, I will make oiit my De linquent Llat for thaytarlOTil, whan you nan have tho piraviirenf nettling your Slate, County, aad Hch oo I Tnx wlih tome attorney, or Willi Hi. Comp troller at AitHiin. ' I ahnlliutie no further uutfc-e, I'nelinir that Intro perfoinied my duty in the mat ter. T liOBo a ho are in arrcara lor Occupation Tax, aro re uenled to rome I'nrward and aettlo at onca 1 can be found at my nftlre In Uallaa, until April 121b, 1S7H. ! Very resptctfully, 1 t 47 list J. II. PROWN, Sheriff. WM. L .WILLIAMS. BOBT. B, SKAT "yy ILLIAMS & SB AY,' ATTORNEVS AT LAW, ; ; Dallas, - Tkxas. i Offlco Over Ah 4 Wagner's 8tor. . noSfiwnoiI&dlyr jCE I ICE ! ICE I , Ture Ico can be had at the KKl.TUCKY MQUOIl AND OBOOEIlY STORK, Corner Main I Market fits.. From f In the morning till 1! o'olock at night. 47dtf J M. THURMOND, ATTORSEI AT UW, " ' Dallas,. r .- - - - Texas. OrriCK Terry t Blaka'i Bulldlng-Cp Stairs. . N13:dly ,l T QOSAlOrOLITAN IIOTEL AND RESTAURANT;' , i- , , ,i ,'!! V ...:-,'. ,-. ..- ... -- ih . G. DREYFliP, i Proprietor. ..i '---:.',, ... - - . k i: MAIN STREET, - - DALLAS, TEXAS, MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Particular attrition paid to the acccomanodalloa ot , .... - Commercial Trartlcr. . ? r- nlMtt, ' ' NO. 53. ii'm' . f U. '.?"' ,i ' nsnraiice o Memphis, Tcnn. PRESIDENT SJSCRETARI - $ 250,000 : ' - 1,250,000 1,000,000 ; Insurance Company South. i J. J.FENDLKY. ) 1 J. L. LEONARD. , A. II. 8TEGALL. R. D. OOUOHANODR. ,M. U.OARLINQTOM, . . W. 0. RANDALL. ......rrcildeit ...Vice PreilrtPit - Secretary ; MEMPHIS, TEKNESSEB. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President,5 '' - - ( CBN. WADS HAMPTON A J. T. PWT1TT, yiOi PRESIDENTS. . , WILLIAM II. BROWNE, Secretary. , ASSETS, - !- t. $1,100,000. Insures on ill the ImproTed PUni- BATES AS LOW AS ANT 'QO0D COMPAUr '; LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY, H.Tlng been appfllMed Oen.ral Agent ef tkls Company for Northern Traaa an Ih. Indian Tetrl t ory, I recomm.nd Ih. Carolina Company lo all my old irl.ud. and the cltlwnaof Ihi. State cmanill a8 lielng a Safe and K.liable Soiilh.rn c.mpaav Ula it atrial. . W.L. OABEfctTiT Oeneral A gf at for North Taxaa, tn. Offloe on KIb Street, over Sltagall A Go's Boak Store. lira. P. A J.Carrlngton and Dr 8. D.Tb.antoa JM leal Examin.ra at Dallas Texas. ttdSW . it . ' -wii CHAS. MEISTERHANS Bai In full operation hit Dallas Brewery, - (, n ,. i ' olH'.i j '..t And Is ready to inpply all ord.r. la the City, (Joan try, an. (Ton abroad with FRESH BEER, tfaal la body and flavor to the bait St, Looli e Clnelanat Beer. He ha. opened In conaectlon with kli Brewery 1 A.GRAND fAVILUOK, 1 i. . i - i ",l',,'l ;,.'! f-tlT .IMi Where tho.. who are wearied with warkeu rttlf every Sunday Inning- aad ref themselves with the br.rg that har. Wltiont iaabrlatlaa, ad llaleu to aa Sa atnale ssta;M beard! s aay qaarUr of the taothL i !,ii- oumh 'i i't , Adaalialo Fra. i i-.-ij yr.i-;i i;v.lni . wrMORTON,;,; , General Tndert alter. Hi-) to - -. ,! tut " it . .' i o i ; . COCHRA!? STREET, , , Saline, "" 1 Ta. -' Kaeda oonalant'ly on hand 'readj-m.de' Cofflaij and make, th.m to order,: Alao a foll-aupplj p. FISK'SMETALICftUHI At OASES.' . . -' ll,"TaTrWamnal , , -. CJOJUm i , j , i ,-. li. :; ;!!. " ft j; .',. I ' -.. i - .' .7 f,.t . pal la., Feb. la'73-aoadamoa. ( ' i ' I-" ' ' - .(.'.. 4 - ' I "Till"' "n ' '" ' -I l ' ' -v.