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iiuiilln. In advaucs.
J.W. 8WINDKLL9 CO.
J!fO. W. SWINDELLS, n. M'CALKB,
Latest From the Lava Beds
Gen. Sherman's Order to Gen.
"You Will be Fully Justified in Their
Apaches on the War Path
Ninety-Seven Warriors Sent to the
" Happy Hunting Ground. "
BfllXCS (IF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE.
Execution of Barnes and Kim
ball at Austin.
Associated l'reaa Dispatches to the Dai
la Dally Hernial
Special to tho Ileralil.
Austin, April 14 House Petition in
troduced from Hood, for a ferry over the
Brazos River. Bill introduced to grant
land to the International Railroad instead
of bonds, as olairaed ; also requiring
county surveyors to give bond. Dills
passed; Inclcsure for stock or fenoe
Ian; appropriation bill for deficiencies
this year. The renpportiontnent bill
poslponco till Thursday.
Seuale -Bills introduced providing for
pensions for (he survivors of the
Texas Revolution; amending the charter
of the Colorado and Posts Oak Railroad.
This allows them sixteen sections of land
per mile to the road. Bills passed bill
preprinting $400,000 for the payment
of school teachers; an act regulating ad
mission and practise in the Supreme
Supreme Court decisions : C and V.
K. Enn is, executors of Oliver Jones, de
censed, vs. A. Bostwick et al., appeal from
Fort Bend, reversed and remanded; Gall
vs. Rogers, appeal from Red River, af
execution or babnes and kihball.
Tho two men, O. W. Barnes and Law
son Kimball, convtoted of the murder of
one Philpot in 1801, were Lung publicly
Kimball atoended lb scaffold dancing;
Uarnes, quietly. They made no remarks
When the drop fell, the rope on Kimball
broke. He was carried baok and held up
till the drop loosed again. They hung
SUOT FOR IlORSI STEALING.
Saturday night, Asyms Melasky, a son
of line of Austin's prineipal merchant!
"bot a negro while taking a rope out of
he back gate to which a horee was at
tached a horse. The negro is not expected
to live. Melasky has not been arrested.
Aeaoclated Prcsn DUpaUche.
Washington, April 14, 1873.
THE MURDER CONFIRMED.
Official advices fully confirm the dis
patches of last night, In all their details.
Indignation is general, and orders for
prompt aotion and terrible punishment
have been issued.
ORDER OF GEN. SUERMAN.
Gen, Sherman ismed a general order,
f 'goly laudatory of Major General Can
by. LATEST FROM THH LAVA BUI'S.
an Frinoisco, April 14. When Ike
courier left the lava beds, an order had
just been issued to advance along the
THE FLAM ni it.....
me plan was to advance upon the Mo.
Joe position .lowly, taking everything as
they went, having water and provisions
along with hem. In this oast it may be
twn Java hnfV..- il. i ... . .
tn. . 'MVH
-"j" o me irouoio 19 ended.
THE U0DIK8 OF THE VICTIMS.
n is presumed that, the remains of Mnj
utile, i,any ami Commissioner Thomas
win uo forwarded to San Franoisco, and
ouuum urine to-morrow.
THE MODOCS DESPERATE.
By many persons it is believed that the
.'ituoce are utterly desperate, and Will
mi lueir mst rau falls, and that
uiey win not leave their cover in the lava
uen. iy omcrs it is believed that they
ubvb aueaoy inaue their escape and will
urnin rctenitess war upon all weak par
ties of white's thev mav enroiim...
It U supposed that Scar Faced Charley
...... v... ij ncau Kociur were with the In
dians who attacked Col. Mason's position
sna mat turn Btltiek was a blind to at-
unci uen. uniem from the. conference
between Capt. Jack and his men and the
rUNISHMENT OF THE APACHES
oas riuxcinc-0, April 14. On the lllh
of March a large band of Apaches killod
u.cu uivu. iroups lonowej uiuior coin
wuim Ui Ijicuit'lllllll ltlflf- who ...ami.
killing 70 warriors and onplnrlng '20 wo
uld! nu cniiiiren. uapinin Kaudnll re
ports Killing il warriors and capturiue
New Iokk, April 14. The Herald spc-
uidi luiuiour. me lonowing atlditioiml
paruouiars or events or the Modoo mas
THE BODIES OF MF.ACHAM ASn TllnA
The troops found Meaoham about one
nuntlred yards west of the place of meet.
inr, oauiy wounded with a mini hni
ovor bis left eye. He was carried baok
ior medical treatmcul, Fifty yards fur
ther on was the body of Dr Thomas, ly
iug on ins iace nnu siripnoU to the wa t.
and shot in the head.
OEN.CANBY's noi)T DIVESTED OF CLOTHING.
the bo J y of Gen, Canbv was atrinn.il
of every vestige of clothing, and lay about
one Hundred yards south, with two pistol
uuics in iiih neati.
EAGER FOR REVENGE,
Pausing only to elanoe nt the bodies
of the men Ihcy both loved and respected,
ine troops aasnea on, and the two lead
ing batteries were within one mile of
the murderers, when the bugle Bounded
halt. Ibc Indians having all reached
the stronghold, the troops were ordered
to tall back for t lie present.
FIRING AT THE WOUNDED.
Aiie mines ou voi. .iiiiBOii s uoinn was
commenced by the Indians tirintcou Lieut
eniuits Boyle and Sherwood, who had been
wounded some rive hundred yards outside
their picket lines.
bhcrwood was shot through the arm aud
leg, but Boyle uninjured ; both got safe to
Advices from the lava beds earl; Sun-
uiijf mumiug, ii-iun do uosuiities. jur.
Meucham may recover.
MEETING AT WABHINOTON.
Washington, April 14. A nieetini was
held at the Congregational church upon
Indian affairs. Among the speakers,'were,
uen. uownru ana iniiiuu commissioner
Smiih, The Commissioner staled that the
whole number of Modocs entrenched in the
lava beds, men, women and chil
dren, numbored sixty-sovon. The Federal
troops in the vicinity, about six hundred.
Commissioner attributes tho difficulty to
bad faith on tho part of the govorumernt
in violating the treaty made nine years
Uen. Howard advocated colonizing the
Secretary Delano shad tears.
Washington, April 14 President leaves
for St. Louis. Gen, Jeff C. Davis succeeds
gen. siip.rman b order.
Headquarters Armv United State, 1
Washington, April 14, 1HTA. (
To Gen. Gilleni, Modoc Camp, via Vreka,
Your dispatch announcing tho terrible
loss to the country, of Uen. Canhy, by the
perfidy of the Modoc band of Indians, has
been shown to the President, who author
izes me to instruct you to make the at
tack so strong and persistent that their
fate may be commensurate with their
orime. You will be fully justified in,their
utter extermination. '
W.T. SHERMAN, General. .
TWEED IN CAVADA.
Toronto, April 14. Wm. Tweed ar
rived here Saturday night.
Fort Wayne, Ind., April 14 The St.
Josephs River and tributaries are still ris
ing. Bridges washed aud roads flooded.
New York, April 14. Two Germans
employed at the gas works attneked a
parly of strikers, whose riuglesder they
shot. The Germans would have been kill
ed, but the police rescued them, arresting
the leaders of the strikers, and it is etiitod
that money lenders in Wall street, in re
taliation, threatened usury prosecutions
and have combined to withdraw funds and
refuse to lend at any rate.
o. r. T.
George Francis Train has summoned In
as witnesses in behalf ef his sanity near
ly every statesman, finanoier, editor and
physioian here. Tho examination will be
LARGE COTTON RECEIPTS.
New-Orleans, April 14. Receipts of
cotton will probably exceed 25,000 bales.
The steamboat Exporter is com og from
the Arkansas river, with 5,276 bales, the
largest cargo of the season.
Raining all day t
TUB OWN OVERBOARD.
Edward Murphy, better known as Cur
by Murphy, while sailing with a party
on Lake I'ouchartraln, was thrown over
board and drowned. 11 il oompauioa was
A mass meeting of the people, of the
Irish of Trleans, for considering measure
for the formation of a people' league to
sustain the MoEuery government and re
sisting Kellngg's usurpation, Is being
held to-night at Odd Fellows' Hill.
Little Rock, April i. ivmie itiver
is siitv feet above low water mark, and
Red and Rlaok rivers are reported falling.
Eufoula, Ala., April H, MaJ. I H.
JohBiou, one of Ihe oldest citizens, and
long prominently ladeutihed with the
eoltou interests here, is dead.
Dallas, texas, Tuesday morning, april
- THE TtlHI'.
San FnANoisco, April 14. Elmo won
tnree straight heats. Time li:iJ0J, LSI J
MURDER IN NEW YORK.
New York, April 14. Mrs. Marv Mo
Dermott, wifo of John M. McDermott, an
irieu lanorer, who, in a lit of jealousy
dealt her two blows! on Hie head
with a sledge hammer. The deed
was commuted iu the presence of
their threo small children. MeDearmott.
after his arrest, attempted to knock his
orains out against the cell walls, and sue
ccedetl in futlioting serious wounds which
are liKely lo prove fatal.
Key West, April 14. The steamer City
of Dallas was brought into the harbor.
She is not leakiug, aud departed for
PRINTING OFFICE BURNED.
Detroit. April I5.i-The Tribune build
ing was burned. Loss heavy. Four cyl
indr presses in the fire-proof room es
caped. Hit tribune will be printed a
the Free Tress office.
St. Louis, April 14. Missouri planing
mm Dunieu to uav. Loss SHO.DUO.
Savanah. April 14 Arrived steamer
Seminole fiom Boston. Cleared, schooner
S. 1. Hull, York, for Norfolk.
IMPORTANT BANKRUPTCY CASE.
Montgomery, Alabama, April 11. A
case was before the United States
Distnot Judge Busteed to-day, of . peti
tion to lorce a party into bankruptcy
The parly pleided that the illegal cousid
oration the contrast being for cotton, and
founded on what is called "futures." The
judge instructed the jury that if they be
lieved irom toe evidence there was to be
no actual delivery of ootton, the defen
dant had commuted no act of bankruptcy
The jury brought in a verdict' for defend
ant. Ihe plaintiff will appeal to higher
courts, 'litis mvolves a case of liability for
losses on futures.
lticiiuoNl, April 14. The Supreme
Lodge of the Knights of l'ytliiaa convenes
here to-morrow. The session will last a
Greensboro, N. C, April 14. Iu the
U. S. Circuit Court the case of Henry
Clewes versus North Carolina Railroad,
judga uick oppointed Jlaj. Wni. A. Smith:
Maj. Smith is President of Ihe North Car
oliua Railroad Company, and member of
Congress elect lrom the 4th Congressional
uiHtnot. iiie noove suit has goue en ap
peal to the Supreme court of tho United
New York, April 14. Michael Dono
van was sentenced to JO years imprison
ment for highway robbery
Eacher & Co., Heavy silk importer.
New York, April 14. Stooks steady;
gold firm; 118; money firm; quarter J per
cent.; ixchange, long 7j; snort, i; gov
ernments dull and steady; state bonds
dull and hea7y; cotton dull; salt's 2,01'2
bales; uplands r.'S; Orleans 7(J; Hour
quiet and unchanged; wheat firm aud
quiet: pork very firm; light western sleam
J to U; turpentine oo.J; Kosin firm; ii&'i
tor strained; freights firm. Arrived, Old
New York, April 14. Cotton, not re
ceipts, 952 bales; gross 4,8'J2; sales for
export today noue; sales for futures
8,800; April 18 8-10; May 18 15-10 to
!!); June 19 310 July 19j to 19 1-10; up
lands 19jj; Orleans 20J; liour quiet and
steady; Whisky steady,
New Orleans, April 14. Flour, dull;
AX., 50.60; family, S'.I.S'). Corn, oats
aud bran all in good supply but rain pre
vents activity. Pork 12 ; hams 9 ; bacon
dull,7J to 10; Hams, 10J to 14. Lard,
refined tierce 9, keg, 10. Sugat, quiet:
common, 7 to ; prime, 0 to J inolusses,
common reboiled 35; prime re boiled, 05.
Whiskey, dull aud lower, 8.1 to 93. Coffee,
17 to 19J. Sterling 28A. Sight 1; pre-
mium, cold 173. Cotton, quiet; Bales,
3,ii0(); good ordinary, IB to j; low mid
dlings, 178 lo 3; middlitiirs, 18J to i ; mid-
cling Orleans, 18 to 19; reoeipis, 6,795;
exports Liverpool, 3,748; Havre, (!,ti44.
itevel, I,4i5; Slocks, l(8,ld.
Madrid, April 14. There was great ex
citement in B ircelona yesterday, incon
sequence of a report that the Carlisle
force was approaching the oily. Volun
teers were called out, but soon discovered
the report untrue, and. the excitement sub
Liverpool, April 14. A mysterioss
tiagedy at Cape Ragan light house, whero
irs Johnson, wile or I lie keeper, was
found dead, with ber throat out from ear
to ear by n raxor, and a revolver lying by
her side. A large sum of money, which
the deceased had lately drawn from the
bank, is missing. It is not known wheth
er she was murdered or committed sui
THE BANK OF ENGLAND FORGER ESCPAED.
Havana, April 14. Bidwcll, tho al
leged English larger, escaped from prison
THE BANK Or ENGLAND FORGER RETAKEN.
Havana, April 14. Bidwell was cap
tured about twenty miles above thi: city.
o had a map of the city and country.
HerefuBes losaywlo aided him to es
cape. Paris, April 14. Dispatolies report
that the Carlisle who retreated from Pul
gardo are in a critical eondition.
. WcRtber Hrport.
The storm in Massachusetts Ray con
tinue; moving slowly East; that in the
Missouri Valley extends lo New England;
north and northwest winds, rising barom
eter; cloudy and clearing weather for the
Middle States and Lower Lakes; north
west winds bearing to northeast and pos
sible southeast, with rising temperature
for Souih, Atlantio and Eastern Gulf
Slates. Falling barometer, increasing
southeasterly winds, and partly cloudy
weather Jwith rain on Gulf Coast;
for the Southwest and Ohio Valley,
southeast and southwest winds; threaten
ing and rainy weather for Upper Lakes;
southeast winds Increasing, to break with
the threatening and rainy weather.
Tns following is Ihe list of telegrams
in tho Western Union Telegraph Office
remaining uncalled for :
M. A. Welsh, Pat McKernio, S. B.
Lewis, R. M. Carson, Miss Emma Lewis,
A. James, John A. Morgan.
J. 8. BURTON, Manager. '
QOMRETE! CONCRETE I
Parties iloul rl up- Flrel-ftuM Work In Contrt.
mar iw-urt u Compttent Workman by applviuc to
At Bohny It Louput's Bakery, north .lO.of Mia
CT. LOUS B0AKMXG nOl'SE
l AND SALOON
Main Street, near tho Depot
nYiARMNO AND LODOINO AT THIS HOUSE
$4 50 PER WEEK.
MEAI-i OR 1.0LKUNO TWKNTI-F1VK CENTS
VOCAL AND ISSTRUMBNTAI.
Tlin procwdi to hu appropriated t-jwanli
Building the Catholic Chapel.
at our. rkliowh' hai.l,
Tuesday Evening April 15th.
1. (Irunl Ovetttirr, Si'l.i-t Air.
i, "All TIliiiK- itre llitiniiriil," Hurt (.'low
IHK'TOIl AMI M IKS SIl-liKR.
Plilno AreompaniniAiit MAJ. K, W. nAYI.OIt
3, "Eni.nl." Pinno Hurt '(r,((
MISS IIARItY AM) I'ltOir. VtlllTNEV.
I. "Tlin lllu li;iiiu!K-Ner Viruua Wimian'.
I'rni.f," ;Vnll ;. Mnimu
CO!;. HAYI.Illt. Violin, lll.l I1AYI.OH Pi,.
5. "Tha U.vt'ii." Itfi-itHllim KJijar A, i'or
6. "I.iiee l Qua Aiiliiin," Covatlna from Lin-
MISS Med UK
COL. BAYLOR, Violinist, MAJ 11A YLOIt, Plmil.t
7 "Ki.rlnv H.,., " If i-i-. ...
I I. rm.riwn..
Tranmorel, Kuverln, Vinlln ami Piano, gckna
I'T.it. ni a.i. u . I 1.1 1 If,
"The Wlule Scinull," Uet-rlptlva Honif. llnrtn
PR.MeOKE. l'liino Aceompaulit, ML-S MrtiKK.
9. Overture, SulMtnl
10 "Kathleen Mavnuriiean," Crone
Violin and Piano Accompniilineut MAJ. and COL.
11 "While Thus Around," Duet from La Fa-
DR AND MISS MeUKK. l'iiuio Accompaniment
14 Qnsrtetta, Viieal , .
MKHSIIS. ROWLAND. KKTlJlIUSI, TALBlIT
Ann ( luimiKUS- riuuo Accomimnlit, MAJ.
IS Crmpiot, Ooailc llallml
MISS. McGKG, l'lano Accuiiipmiiuipiit, IllbS
l ill it I
14 "Anvil Chorin," Trnvatnre vr,
JIKSSHN BlcUK". HAYf.OR. TAI.HOT, nOWLAM),
rvr,i( ii l'.o, i-i'.Tiii inuM, niKS UAYLOIt, and
thn MIHSKS l'IIT5. McUEK AND SMITH.
IS "Juilllli," Grand Aria ilnrw
miss moukk. I'lnii Arcuntmnliii. MISS HAItltY
1(1 "Good Nlirllt." Ollnrt.ttit fmin Marllm. fhlnir
COL UAYLOIt. DR MeUKK, MISS SMITH AND
MISSSIclIEK Accompanist, MAJ BAYLOR
Diwra open at T o'ctoi k. Concert to iionln at 8
iiVlwk. TirkeM fl (HI. Clilldran half price.
SODA WATER AND SYRUPS
OF ALL KINDS.
Special Attention yiecn to all Ordtn In
trusted to hit care.
IU yraatu will deliver till city orders, aud orileri
from the ci unity rexpectlully .olicited.
Klm Slrerl, lnlln, Tcxtis.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
. DKKVI IS, Proiulcfor.
JUEALS AT ALL HOI US.
Particular attrutinii paid to the aecconiaiodntlon 01
n ju-,it r.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS.
Hon.IlAaois Hast, Dallas, Judge Uth Judicial Dli.
Jm. T. AUL, Dallm, Diitrlct Attorney.
orricias or Dallas county.
Jobs P. Kcbi'oot, Dalian, J. P. Precinct 1.
Hobrrt S. Guv, LADciuter, " 2.
Mkrkditii Milan, " ' S.
William J. II tur-LL, 11 4.
0. 0. HOSTKAll " " 6.
John M. Laws Clerk of the Dlitr. Court.
Z. K. CooMiite, 1
y Deputy Clerks.
HesBT Bou, J
.Iran. M. Hanws, flhenff.
M. V. Coi.k, Treaearer.
N. A. Kiin, Con nly Surveyor,
B rs. LoNo, Mayer I .Ia, II. Finn, Cltv Att'y
r'.i" n.tufc, , i 'vm. r LTen, aiar.nni.
C. P. Mitchell, b.r'y, D. Kixo, Ata'or A Coll'or
Ai.nr.iir..- B. P. Bryan, C.Capy, 0. M. Swink,
Frank Auatln, M. Thcvenet, W. II. Gallon, Jno. W.
Lae, A.M. Cochran. ,
DALLAS CHAPTER, No. 47. R.yal Arch Main ai
will meet at the Maannlo Hall in th city of Dallas
on the 1st Holiday aflertliel.it Halnnlay In each
ssontfc. WH. 0. YOUNG, II. K. H. 0.
Uenrt Ball, Sect'y.
CALLAS COMMANDKRY.N.. 6, Kolnht. Temp
lar, will meet at the A.ylum, In the town e
Dallas, on tlieThnrsday after the lastgatnrday
In each month, at early randlc-Hrht.
K. . BOWER, B. 0.
J. R. BAaXL.r, Becorder. (
Companions.' Yon are herehy snaitnoned toat
tend a Slated convocation of Dallas Chapter,
No. 47. on Monday evening, Deo. 80, IS7J,
at early candle llghtlnn. lly command of the
M.B.H. P. T1I08. WALKER, Oecretary
f ANNEHILL LODGE, No. fl'l, V. A. M., meet a on
the second and last Sati rday of each month, al
, the Masoolo Ball '
HENRY BOLL, W. M.
Ricraro MoROAN, 8ec'v.
RlDtlKI.Y KNCAMPMKNT, Xo.. 2A, T. 0. 0. T.,
Meets on the Unit d third Erldiiy olghls of
each month, at the Odd Ft Hows' Hall.
E, A. SAYIIK, 0. P.
Attest! J. D. KRRroJT.Srrllie.
P.1LI.AH LODUI, No. 44, I. a. 0. F., meets on
every Wednesday uiihl, nt Hie Odd Fellows'
Hall. At. W. HUNT, N. 0.
F. 11, DAVEsroaT, Herniary.
T. A. NELSON,
BEN. MAY, - . . .
Capital, all Taid Up,
Assets, over - -Annual
The Leading Life
NEW ORLEANS OKFICH-J.II. MILLER & CO., Gonoral Agents.
GALVESTON WlAKCII-K.' L. 8WEETMAN & CO., Geuoral Agontii
DALLAS UKANCII-D. M. JIAYDON, Gouoral Agent. ; t.i i
Premiums received in Cash, and entitled to Annual Dividends, ant ' ' ' ' '
ALL IH)jL,ICIKH IVOIV.FOUFJiiTAlljLE
After Renaml Vinvment. Tf la lntns n. fnr.at
; ; " .? uu.uww id an oi me eon then :
States from Maryland to lexas, and is managed by some of tho ablest financiers ol the
South, having already Issued over Fifteen Thquaand Policies.- V'
The Company refers lo ihe following Board of Diieolors, who comprise tbo Dallas
Branch, and are all insured In the Compairy, and under whose supervision lbs RK.
SERVE FUND taken in at the Branch will be invested. . "" " ..
W. L. MURPHY.
K. Q. MILLER.
J. 8. CARKINOTON.
W. C. HOLLAND.
R. E. BURKS.
J. II. BRYAN. -R.
S. .T. ADAMS,
J. II. IIKYA.V, ....
II. .n. IIUUON,..
W. L. MURPHY. . J. L. LEONARD. J. H.DRYAN ' ' '
J.J.FESULEY. It. V. TOMPKINS. ' A. H. Sl'EQALL."' "
W.O.RANDALL. " , , '
, . DBS. J. 8. & P. CARR1NGT0N, Medioal Exam inert;
Thin Comnanv donlnreil Ilia lariraal. fllvlileii.l r...i-nnl. MM 10 . tit !. . .' '
.. . ', . : . ? v-.. .6.u& ,IUU, 10 percent., ac
cording ta ihe kind of noliov. anil no-n nf ihA tinlinu.l.nliUa ' " .
u.i i Tl i ,r " i i " '. wmpany in me '
Soulh during tho last year.. It is managed by live business men, and with great
VVUUVlllJ1. ill DVIUII I" UUIUO UU 1VUU1UUIVUUBI1IIU IrDUl Llli '
n- P, .' , . (
Oflice Elm Street, opposite
Dallas, April fi, 1H78.
QASTOX Si AVORK,
Fesd, Sale & Livery Stable,
G'R. CoHHcnca t Hollies St..,
DALLAS, - - TEXAS.
M",CTL'" H U ti U I K H
Anil Carriugit for Hire on Short Notice.
Furnitdi.d for nuy tuiiut in the Inteilor.
City Omnibus) Line
nod liny Scales
at Ihla Stable.
Feh. 8. 187.1. 2ldawtf.
ROUTE EAST !
The only Line runnlnr 111 (With "srs from St. T.onls
to New York, Chinign, t'lncinnatl, and
Loul.vllle without change.
MAKES CLOSE CONNECTION WITn
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRAINS
1873 Summer Schedule 1ST3
!30A. w.-P J Y EATRESS.
through to New Yolk, Cklrso, Cincinnati and
IS r. nr. FAST LINK
With Put linen s Palace Slplnir Car through to
Few York, Clncianatl and Lousville Daily with
out change. ,
TiOO r. w.-CniCAOO EXPRESS
With through Sleeping Oar-Dolly except Sat
Tioket Offioe, No. 100 N. Fourth St , tor.
Chestnut St., St. Louis, andat ell '
principal Railroad offioes
F.M. t'OLrrnN, Ticket Ag't St. Louis.
J, K. SIMPSON, fh-n'l nup t, lndlueapollt.
CIIAS. 11. FOLLETT, Oen'l Pam.Ag'i 81. Lonla.
('HAS. BARCOCK, Southera Aj't Dallas Teiaa.
Memphis, Teni i'.T;1 "
- - 'i I
. ' . . r 1
- SECRETAllY- '
$ 250,000 '
1,250,000 :" 1
1,000,000, . v:
.ii..rr.il l...nl ... i- ,, .. .
DmBOTORS i .,
1 J. J. FENDLEY. " ' '
J. L. LEONARD. ,
K. D. C0U0HANOUR.
M. D. OARI.INOTON.
, , w. q. Randall.
Vice Preildent 1
... .....Secretary ;
; "'" ' ! ' D. M-HAYDON, : ! 1
' . . gni for Northern Texss. .
Adams & Leonard's Baskina-House
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! - IN TENNYSON'S NEW DUILDINO,'' ' il
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Opposite Adams A Lrcuin.-o'l Bank. ' ' '' '-" BS-dl :
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MEMnilS, TJ1NNESSEE. -JEFFERSON
DAVIS, President, ..
QBN. WADH HAMPTON J. T. PITTITT, VICI '
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' WILLIAM M. BBOWNB, Secretary! ' " ' !
Insures on all the Improved PUm. '
BATES AS LOW AS ANY GOOD .COMPANY. ''
' LOSSES PAID PnoMPTLY.' n :: ',
Hkvln been appointed fleneral AEent' ef Ikls'1
Conipany for Northern Texas ns' t lie Indian T.rrl.
tory, I recommend Die Carolina Company to all my
old irlends and the oltirens ef this State (snerally I
aS twlaic a Safe and lUliahle Soulhern company
Oive it a trial. W.L.UABBLL, ,
General Agent for North Texas, o. 1
Once on ELro Si rest, over Steagall A W Bok , i
Dra. P. J. Carrlncton and Dr 8, D. Tburstoa.Mea , ;
leal Kismlners at Dallas Texas.
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lias la full operation his ,
Dallas Brewery, ;
And Is read) 10 supply all orders In Hit City, Ccea!
try, ni from abroad with FRESH BEKD, eraal la
tody and Ssver lo the beet St. Loalt r Clneinnat I
Bter. Bebasopanedlnoonaectlonwlthhlt Brewery j
A GRAND PAmUON,
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Where thoM who are wearied filth work can rtlr I
every Sunday Evening and regsle 16.mi Ives with i
Ihe beverage Hut eheert without Inebriation, and .
listen to as An mule as a hs heard In any
oiiarterof Ihe world.
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Adml.aloo Free, dnM