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J. N. BAHTHOLOW, l-ooul Ealli.r.
Ptrmit m lo doff my rtportorUl beTr
tnd announce mjitlf in., .
-' J. N. BARTHOLOVT.
A Mtaontbl " horn " kg-horn. -
A teiionabU "gme" ite cluok.
Btboook continue! U rgaU lit "bill1'
t tho Crutobfiild.
Oloott of Hie T. P, peditrlntei un
dor tb Utc'at aaJoaii of " tile."
Skatorlal Duwerwlia It embowered at
the Cruiahdeld. i
Tony Paator'i Mah DoleotWe la in
Ibt oltj . He la at Pierot and Lvle'i.
Bamember that "tiled" drlnka can
be bad at Kalio & Co'l. to-day.
Connor & Walker bate ImmortalUed
their Joint patreoymloi in Imperlabable
Councilman Brink, may be again
observtd on the atreet, behind kia aoous
toaied eigar. -
Mile. Tournour and Charley Noyea
drove tbeir reipeotlve quilt aorosa the
Col. John C. Riobardaon of Lawrence,
Kanaaa, will slaughter his hash, for a few
(iays, at Ibe Crutolifield.
The roae of health again blushes upon
the cheek of the olerloal bead (whose
name ia Cummins) of Adams & Leonard
With thunder for orcheatra and light
ning for footlights, the two performaneea
of the rain en Sunday were cndiiabla.
Rot. Mr. Wilmott, pester of the Chris
tian Churoh In this olty, preaches his
wtttdiotorr sermon next Sunday. He Is
to be sueeeeded by Rev. Mr. Qeno.
Bewman, of metallo roof fame, went
to the arms of Morpheus under the shin
gta roof of the Commercial, and yet lives
The ground room of Cel. MoCoy's
building, on the south side of the plaia, ia
being refitted for a gentleman's furnish
A pair of emotional sentry, displayed
their muaolt on the corner of Market and
Commirot, yoatardey afternoon, to
mixed audienoe. They tallied on a out
lip and a square knock down,
Da. Thomas, lbs v ietint of the Modoo
treaohery, was an upole of our you.ig
friend II. P. Thomas, book-keeper for
Jannioge and , MaCormaok, bridge eon
traotora on the Texas Paoiflo.
Veiterday was a most brilliant day
The rythmlo gem of Herbert's suggestive
muss could not have a mora radiant set
ting: . , ...
"Sweat day, so calm, so bright,
The bridal of the earth and sky."
The safest prediction, we think, that
eould be made, Is that our olllnns will
show their appreciation of the efforts of
our Catbolio oitisens by crowding Odd
Fellows' Hall to-night. .r .
Sheriff Brown's amiable notice, In
another oolumn, has worn the grais off
the path to tbs Collector's office as smooth
as the seat of our breeches used to b
after good old ortbodoi spanking.
'Mr. Gallahor, the polite faototum nt
the bridge, allows us to condense three
items of news: lit. The average receipt! of
toll per day, Is forty-five dollars. 2d. The
river is stationery, and 8d., he prohibits
oourtiog on the bridge.
James Johnson, an African of oul
ture, and of a searohing ' disposition, in
terviewed the behind extension of a proud
American mule, and has lsft . his family
in Dallas county, and gone to join the
We find on our table the argument of
C. S. West, before the Supreme Court of
Texas at its December term, 1372, on the
constitutionality of the one per cent
Sobool tax. As aeon as we read it wa will
let West know whether, wa agree with
Berkley says that whenever bull
gets into a ohina shop he sympathises
with the proprietor, and now that Baird's
porker has got into his queensware and
smashed a hundred or tw dollars' worth
of H into baggage shacks, , he' would like
tba china ahop man to sympathise with
That astute firm, Meters. 8. LoobfcCo.,
who are to he found only on the top wave
of progrees, will ocoupy the. new brlok
building to be ereoted oa Elm street, next
to Iloskins' drug store, by Mr. Archer, of
Downe & Co., the excavation to wbiob was
eommsnoed yesterday... 'n . . . ,
Novas, caseloads tinseled and helmet
ed, and heralded by a. band who blew its
brains out through, half a doien brass
pieces, "did " tba city yesterday. The
praty-celored Yoriok who epun his yarn
and lavished his quirks and gibes upon
tba amused speotators, olosed up' the rear,
drawn by a pair of ears on mules legs,
Two boys of goatish proollvlties, tried
the feat of springing from one ear to an
other, ytiterday, wbile the local freight
waa doing soma switching at: the depot.
On loet his belanoe, " and . falling
between the ears, escaped, with a few
aorivtcbee,whlla tha other caught tba break
wheel Just In season forhisjalratlon.
Noyes' Circus, which waa advertised
to perform in this olty last night, - failed
to exhibit. After a considerable, tima
had elapsed, after tba appointed hour for
opening, It was announced' that' an at
tachment had been aarrad upon tha com
pany, and that relief from tha prooess
could not ba obtained In season to proooed.
Thereupon, - the crowd that had. gathered
and ware awaiting admission dispersed.
For fleet-footed roadsters with coats
as lustrous as silk, and establishments
olegunt enough for royalliy to ride In
oommend as to the complete stthle and
always eatisfuclory slock of Messrs. Oas
ten & Work.
Jiut as we were going to'press last
night, we were the recipients of an ex
ceedingly graceful compliment in a hand
some serenade, tendered by Noyes' Brass
Band. The airs wore exquisitely sweet
and charmingly executed. Accept our
-When Easton has anything lo tell, It
is always something good. The following
s in his best vein:
To (lie Editor of Hit Tallns llorald.
Please notify the oititrn of Dulles nd
vicinity, that the Houston & Texaa Cen-
trol Railroad witl issue half-fare tickets,
or whole tickets free to return on same, to
the German Volksfent at Galveston and
Houston and to the Btnte Fair.
T. II. EASTON, Agent.
A Domrallc tlaal.
A short but decisive connubial skirm
ish enlivened the usual prosy neighbor
hood of East Commerce Street last night.
It runs thusly : The (lory spouse of a com.
luislilile lord employed five fict of four
inoh studding to illuminato li ia perceptions
as to the heinoiniiesii of arriving home
vtry mellow, jiiHt before sunrise, and
helpleanly embracing tbo cook tinder the
impression that it is his own Mary Ann.
It seems however this style of combing
down, was not received by the deliuiiuea
with due christian resignation, for his
"bunch of fives, went out beautifully and
following the action his Mary Ami "went
lo grass" elegantly. A few momenta after
wards the twain might have been observed,
repairing each other'a ilamagca with a roll
of court plaster, a paper of eomfils and un
An emuiativo Bteej belonging to an
East Dallasile, having observed upon
more than one occasion the exaggerated
life that lay in the heelti of Caperau's
livery wagon Bucephalus, oonnluded that
tbore was another borne on this mundane
revolver who had electricity in his heels
also, and proceeded, Sunday afternoon, to
shew tha pubbe that he Was that very an
imal, and accordingly let himself out with
mucli looseness, by airing Ins excursive
fancies in threo-fourtlis of the streets in
the city. What remains ot the wagon to
which he was attached, is offered this
morning for pon-handlea, and the horse
himself csu't soeeie for fear of disloca
ting his Joints.
GOSLIN & CO.'S
DALLAS, CORNER MAIN & LAMAR SIS.
Tuk Dullus Minstrel Association, form
ed for benevolent .purposes, which has
been organ iied by the youug men of tlii
oity at a great cxpensj to themselves, wi
give in the oourse of the noxt teu days
a concert for noma charitable purpose
which we are nut yet advised, and as it
members aro young gentlemen of oulturo
and refinement, and altogether a corps of
proficient music in us, we tnke this oppor
tunity of warning our readers of the
good time abend."
GOSLIN & CO.'S
Wa note two transfers of real estate,
not included In last weeks report, as fol
lows: W. T. Masten to P.M. Hanks 8, sores,
part of tbe Peter Haughts survey, west
side of tbe river, $57.
John II. Yeargen to F. M. Hanks one
lot 100 by lCO,feet,aorner of Jefferson and
Cochran streets, $1,000. '
CSOSLIIV Jto CO.'S
Our voting friend, Cnpt. Ward, is daily
expecting to receive his fresh drugs, paints
and oils, and when they oome ho has made
up his mind irrevocable, to spread prin
ter's Ink all over the Ilorald, which is a
sure sign be 'will oonmiaud the leading
drug business In this city.
Pln.ua for Rent.
I have a piano for rent. For particu
lars Inquire of
63dlw ALFRED FREEMAN.
' 1 At
CSOSLIIV Jto CO.'S
1 A few hundred dollars, City Scrip, for
sale . Apply to J. E. D. BLADES,
G8d2w Chriitchfield Home.
' Wi are now opening.the largest assort
ment of Wall Taper and Window Shades
ever offered in this market.
49dlw STEAOALL it CO.
Fresh stcok of Havana and Domes tio
Clgara received per express at tbe
; ' : KENTUCKY, .
60dtf .. Cor. Main and Market Streets.
BED ROOM FURNITURE
GOSLIN & CO.'S
Mosul. 8aHOK & Bnos. take thla
method of communicating two valuable
faots lo the people. First Their spring
stock has arrived and, secondly, will be
sold for currenoy. All specie payments
will be taken with the market ra'.es sdda.
GOSLIN & CO.'S
Mr. A. Hihbler, says, tell the people
that at 11 o'clock to-mortow he will sell to
the highest bidders, at the east end of the
street railroad, a lot of grooeries, bottled
liquors, eigars, raatcltn, &o. So. j also.
he houso and Ibe lease on winch
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE
GOSLIN & CO.'S
rartire desirous of beiug supplied with
Ice for lha season, can have it left at their
door every morning, by leaving their or
ders at (he IIkeald Oflioe. 40-dlni
1'urreucr! Currency !
W. A. JoneB & Co. are selling Stoves,
Tinware, &c, very low. Give them a call.
They price t lie ir goods to you in Ciirkkii
cr. GOdStw 1
THE 15 EST MOSS MATTRESSES
is We propose to sell the best rontresses
ever made in the Ptule at the lowest prices,
we defy oompelion in price or quality. A
large stock alwtijs kept lo furnish any
size orders. Call nnd examine before you
purchase elsewhere. Manufactured and
sold by . STEAOALL & CO.
vl-tiM-dwly. Elm street, Dallas Texas
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE
Just received, a large lot of the unsur
passed "Charter Oak Cooking Stores, by
Vf. A. JONES & CO.,
60,13twlt Main St., Dallas, Texas.
Br .leiiiilnm; .1 W Arimlrnne; C W BfcKlnney.
Te ; (1 Y Hutlnr; W frntt; Col I. Built. N 0: K ft
llimile; J WnLUr; W Amol I, C C 0; A Wrllerneld,
KiniKHl'll) :Tt' l.nlllilam, Sl.Loul; .1 KnlrliKh,
ft. .Iimenh; W Rimloll, Toxnn; ,1 T Alli-n, Tenia!
IIiujIi Burin, T V K R; J M Lidwelle; W, llarrin.
I) Ilelrlaii, Texan; J C M. Omnell; W n Miller; V
II tlnalon; (Nl C Milter; M v Tnnmvir anddanghlir.
Noye'a t!ircu; K (I Ilower; K 1. Durwine, N 0; .1 11
SiTies; ( I.tulircn, Citl; Oltut ainirklon, 8;m June
I'ul; ft Mutilans, MfKiniicj; (;" I' vv OIkI'-oI'V, I'la
no; It It Cnii(, (il' Kiini.y; 0 V Bemly; Dr. I llul-
r.iM; II I. K-'H'-r.. Alio; I' II i; gen, Minn; J A Sti'W
Hi t, city; Hen Lomk; 1) llelvinir Kiiufiuan; C Slorgan
It Keenly, C 0; Colelunn Oreeli; Mike Illmnn.l;
Kowora; Cliarllon; Kftix Cohen; J Ciirlebli; l II;
W Phellon T I II; J N iMilKfll; J Jl Kealrolf, Tej'
A Wnlbiirii; J Tolloiit; J 11 Amlerion; J tint run A
I lut tun .
A g.Tohnann, MrKinney; C W MtKlniiey. McKln-
nev; Mra Tiirnour nurl ilaugliler; llurilner; SeKiiat;
niiirtmez; l.'iililM; amllhaon; roi; Auilemon; J J
litard; L'hI Hualie; Anmlil; Mler ,t Walla; II ,M
lieiMion .1 V. illiir-t. Iienlann; II M fluylor T P It R;
W K Nii'linLi; K U Hraiiiaril; T S Utile.
C R Craltf, nt, Klnnev;0 IV llintlv: Rev 1) II Mitae,
McKlnnev: I C Mullen, Ky: John lloorne, Teiaa; It
8 Soneii, II T I! It; R It W,ilt, ltorkiorl; T II Ave
nue; jj n nnyior; v n .iiirKinu, city; li LonK aim
Imlv; )r Piiliiinii, Ala; .1 M Siiiinmni, Uallna; J K
Mililkeu Tex; W UTialiltoan, La; Mra U A Nelmi,
Daulaou; h T llorwiao, N 0
AiU'trtixemmtt inierted under ihi head, not ticetdiuQ
our linn Jar J'lty CVhs; orer fonr I inn, Ten Cnttt
XITANT fCn-WiT WAvt (KV miMnnrnnn.
YV ilera lor Joli Wuia ihia weak, which we
me prepared loiurn out wttn neatneiia unU ilia
patch, at lowest mtiw.
TyANTKn-Twor'n0l IVfllTK SERVANTS
can iintaln immeiliaie eiiiloynieut at good
wottea, by nillinK al the lleralil oSlco.
TITArVTKI)-TO SKt.fi ON'K OF TflE BEST
" lliiinieil farnia In Pallaa county, one anil
urn mll.a Irani I hu city. Price and partlrulura
wllllm rui niahoil nt tha II.'riilil olflco.
'PO PKIXTKRM-KOK8AI.K- A SKCOM)
X hiiml Job I'reaa, rinclmiati nianufurlnre
nMrlw II.W Al.1,.1,,1. u,l ln .......I ...ln,u .
3 " .v .. .nurl, iiriNi. n
IlllAvl lUvl'l Will I... ...1.1 -I I. . t-
,UMIM, ,,,,, !, ..un una., i iur onu, lo limae
mom for other machinery. Apply at the Dallaa
ltr A.TKIl-Iniliiunnvii' i ur.,n
lelt Clark county, Arkanaaa, on tha !d of
,1.1111 1 ry niai, aini'e wini n tune inilliln tun keen
heard ot him, ami It la ft ami he la ileail. Ilia wife,
Mra. M. A. Wood, reached thla pluco on Friday
inn, uu ia nincn inolnriKMl in nilml at luaaliaeiice
Hhe la atavinu with Iter liiiulimiil'. wiilnw.il .n,.n,u.
Mra. J. A. Crawford, one inila wet of llallaa. Any
.uiumm.iiiiii in i no niuaing man will ba irateliilly
received by her.
WM. L .WILLIAMS.
ROUT. B. SKAT
yiLLIAMS & SEAY,
attorney) at i-aw,
Dallas, . - Texas.
Ofllca Over Aata Wajnert Store.
Dissolution of Copartnership,
TliecorartnerMilt hither exlMlnir hetwmn rn
lilnnliam i MleYeue, 1'alnlera.la Ihia day dlaaolred
by mutual conaeiit. The bnalneaa will beciilltlnn-
e ana an ciaiini ana ueoia aeitled by
J. W. STEVENf.
Dallaa, April lu, 1873. - ji(nw
TO THK TAX-PAYERS OF DAILA8 COUNTT
A Rur April 12th, l7:t, I will make out my De
linquent Mat for the year 1872, when you can have
the raiire of aetlllnn your Htate, Oonnty, and
Schoo 1 Tux lib aonie attorney, or with the Comp.
tniller at Auatln. 1 ahall iaaue no further notice.
feelln that I have perfoinied my dutv in the mat
tor. Tboae who are In arreare for Occupation Tax,
are requeateil to come forward and aettlo at once I
enn ba fotiud al my ofSca in Dallaa, until April 12th,
1873. ry reaptcifnlly,
47J.H J.M. BROWS, Bharltr.
Cor. Kin slid Jefferson Streets,
IILAHE & HiUKLBV, rrop'n.
Building, Furniture and ewytlilnil almut the
L.. eullrvlT new, and fiirnljheU In the very
Q ASTON & THOMAS,
AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
ISSl'BAME AND COLLECTING AGENTS,
SWlIfFS NEW BUILDIKU,
rroJiTH bide or s uabe,
Dallas, ----- Tuxas.
PEO. B. HOLLAND, Jr.,
W. SMITH, '
Korlh lids of Main trwt, two docri wost of theOdd
Dallas, - Tkxas,
K.rn censtantly on hand ewrytliln nertalnlnr to
the variety bu.lnoss, togothfr with alriud
cuiuplutu totk of
Tents, Ready-Made Clothing,
Soots, Sloes. Hats, Caps,
Wasou SlaootSM, 33to.
1 have two altnitlre nd obliging clerks behind
tlio luunter ready l e re ciiHtomera. Tin public
xeiiiwlly.aiiil my railroad friendi In liartlculur.are
Invitod lo cull and exnmlnn my gooda and prices
before purchasing elnewUore. ,
GEO. 11. IIOLLAND,'Ji.
Dallas, Feb. 18-'73-n7:Tl-d tf.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Adjoining Uailai Hotel, Commerce atrtet,
8. K, McILBENNY.
W. J. IIUTCHIK8.
cILIIENNY k 1IUTCIIINS,
SnCCESSORS TO W. J. HUTCIIIN8,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Franklin St., under the Hutchiue House
Houston, - Texas.
41?" Afrenfe for the RaleofMI Gooda niannfac.
Inriil by the ilouaion i ny Jims ami tue "Mir
March 21, lS73.-tiS4vl:(Wiuoa
JOUN M. STEMUONS,
Will practlct in all the courts ol the 14th district
andUnitad Statu Conrti. Office over Chirk
Bryun'a, , nl-vl-dly
pEED & SALE
Where I will lmy and
aeu uoraea aim muiea,
and give nierinl atten.
lion loaiock leu in my cliarge. jiy niotte la:
"If I Don't Give Satiifaction i my Patront,
1 makt no Charge."
Come to tha well-known
SALE AMD rEBD STABLE
On Market, bat. Main and Elm St.,
W. P. COKEIt.
ISO. T, AULT. c. H. JENKINS. W. 1, AULT
VLT, JENKINS 4t Al'JLT,
GENERAL LAND AOESTS, LOCATORS
Will buy, aell, leaaeand rent lands In Dallaa and
adjoining count leu; obtain untenta, buy and aell
Uud certificates, and locale cerllflcalea on tho Iwat
,.oiii muiia in nonnern ann Aorin.weatTtxai.
I.anda for aitle regiatered fee ofcharne.
aXO-Orlloe-Ailjoinlng tha Dallaa Library Roo
uiMi iiu. 01 too oituare. f eb 3, l72-2l;t
The underalgned baa the pleaanre to announce
o uie riuaena 01 uanaa mat lie luu open,
ed hisGARDKN for tho aummer months. Laiiini
and gentlemen are lnvllod to nail. The atrlctvat
order will ut all times be enforced, and oolite wan.
era kept Id attendance. The Garden will be open
Tuesdays & Fridays from 3 to 12 P. M.
and on Sundays at a P. M.
, 8. Jones T.J.Oroonds
gS. JONES & CO.,
NEXT DOOR TO ADAMS LENORD'S BANK
Kim Street, Dallas, Texas.
TJLT, JENKINS & AULT,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS
Will Imy, sell. Iruit anil rent Isn't! In Dullns nnd
aii"lnlnir roimtie ; utituiu Mtmtii, buy und !!
luliu vvr lincilten, himi lornie romm-mon cm illir now
VHCiuit IhiiiUir Kurtliprn and KorlhwuMtTvxti.
HitiH far ule.rettMt(reu iro nr cimrif.
! omen adjuiiiliiK lUa Illu Library room
North nlde of the Simri.
LL WHOLESALE OIIDERS FOR
ftlioiilil li adilromd to E. II. Ciiriliiiig, IIninlon,
fclu'Np Htock 1b lmniDtt. uixl rici below cum-
tj.H. DAWISOIV, Bropriotoi,
Kwtn oonitanttr on hnd SAimairPs, Fre.li. Halttd
and Siiiokod meata. aud all kill uf Toiiitalils In
heir Ht'iiHon. viui'numo
CE ! ICE! ICE!
Fit ED. HOItlV & CO.,
Have opened an lea Depot, on
JctTcrsop St., Opposite the Gold Room.
Where they lire prepared to furnish Ice at
TOUR CENTS l'KR POUND.
8. J. ABAM3
J. L. LEONARD
DAMS Sc IMIOV KI,
JLNTS. 33 ITS,
Dallas, - - Texas.
AVe lire ptrnmntnlly located in this city
and do a ceneral Iinnkiug Business. We
buy and Bell exchange on
And all the principal towne and cities in
We draw direct on the leading cities of
Furore, and nUo deal in cold, silver nnd
currency and make collections at all points
in the South.
Dallas, October '28, 1872-tf.
J) ALL AS CITY
Confectionery & Restaurant
BOHNY & LOUPOT,
At their Old Stinil on Main Street,
Where tbey hare in storu a large agsortmeut of
Confectioneries of all Kinds,
tunned Goods, Oysters, Sardines,
Dried Fruits, Etc, Etc.,
II will also have
Fresh Bread, Bolls, Cakes, Etc.,
In every variety.
Thankful Tor the pant liberal patronage beatowed
on him he auks a contiuuauce of tho same.
Sept 7, '72-6a:tf.d5 BOHNY (t LOUPOT
ALLEN k CO.,
DEALERS IN '
ITALIAN k AMERICAN MARBLE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
GALVK8T0N, - - TEXA8.
P A. SAYBE k CO.,
Wholesale nnd Retail
23 s grists.
Opioalte the Crtttckfteld Houso.
T. 110 WAN,
South Side Main Street,
(Next door to Williams Bros.,)
Koeps constantly on liand and For Sule nil kinds of
Imported and domestic
Cigars, Choice Tobacco,
and Cool Soda Water.
Try hlin and yon will And prices to suit the Union
Dallas, Texas, April ;)J, l73.-4ni:tf
CE I ICE ! ICE I
ruro Ice can be lnul at tha
KKKTl'CKY LIQUOR AND GROCERY STORE,
Corner Main I Market Sts.,
From 6 In the morning till 12 o'clock at night.
j- W. MORTON,
KeeiU constantly on band ready-made Coffins
and makes tbam to order. Also a full stinplv o.
Dallas, Keb. !-'73-no8d3inos.
JpS. MARIA BINGHAM,
Is prepried to entertnln Bonrdera nt Iter residence
near tha corner of Commerce, tnd Market Street a
and solicits patronage. dnUttf
If, T. HILT.
JAILR0 AD CORNER!
ASH & WAGNER,
DARLER9 Nl '
(Knawn as the "CHEAP STOKE. ")
Are now receiving their
DUV GOODS, HOOTS.SIIOES ti HATS
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARD
WARE, WOODEN WARE, GROCER. '
IES, CROCKERY, TRUNKS, STA.
TIONERY, SCHOOL HOOKS, ETC.,
Pnrehaaeil nt lieaiLiniirtera In the Northern a
L'mtein clllea. witliiu the lmt ti,i. a.... .
Ma will continue to reoolvt Rondaerary monlk
anil our atoc k beina; lull anil complete In erervlln.
of foods, anil purcliaeeil lor CASU, wecan audw
Sell tti Chop at the Chrapett,
Thankful looiir iminoroaa frlcuds and the iiiiI.iu
generally for put patronage, weakacontUuul
ol the mime, HMuriuc; them that we will .let oulr a
strictly boueat priliciplea. Uive w a rail and ean
ua lor youraelves. ASil WAONKU
noi tf. Itailroad Ccruer
K.M'Dowitii.. . I. M. Hamhuiid,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COlTttN 1IIDKS &C0UNTUY PRODUCE B0UG1T
Dallas, ...... Texas.
C. E. KELLIiR. 3. L. Vf. P1IA1UI
JELLEIl k P II ARES, .
Office on Haiti street, north siilsof pub, an,r., onr
Dra. Klllott A Slerinnoii's drug store,
Dallas, - Texas.
Office Lours Irom 8 oVtJm e. in., until 4 o'clock
p. m. noaJiu-na 3wtf
JJOWABTII & DOUGLAS,
THE LATEST AND MUST
Cut and raaileby
Jeffuraon Street, between Uain and Kim,
nl6:iWais Uailus, Tinl.
U ALLAS HOTEL,1
BtCACSLASD k SCWPTUIE, Proprietors.
COIl. OF JKFPERTON & COMMERCE ATS,
Faclt.i; tio Siire
oi:o. r. Ai.Fiiitn,
W. O.VBAI., F. II. CIIILeaill
Waxnliuchil. SI. Louis.
LFORD, MILLER & TEAL,
00 iiirattd, i7iitVenioii, Ttrai.
Alford, Vcnl & Co.,
818 N. Conimerclal St., Louis, Mo.
Cotton Factors, General Coninission Jlcrcliaiil',
AND l'lRCHASIXa AGENTS.
BAURlnff Htul Ties fttrn utlowt fit auk rti, t
be pHi" fur when cotton is mUl. Ortlnrs sent toith
r hoiifle for Merctianditte, IMnntMioii Hnpptiei.FuriD
UteiiHiU, Mdchiuorj',to.,proinMly filled.
Exchange for salt on New York, t Orleani mil 8t. Imh
BIkshhs. T. G. Jolt dan A Co.. Junkers, Dalian,"
afl,will;iiike litwrHl dvmicea on coiminieiif
either uf the alxive lioiiitvs. Jim tii lt7.H&lr
HAS. T. MORIiISS,
ATTORNEY Al LAW,
AND DKALEi IN
I'atent McdlclncK. and
113, 115, 117 k 119 Ttroont Street,
Bitchan's Creiyllc Conipotin,Grifnbe rj BJJ
dles.Oruig'a Microscope, Babtock's Slli
lers, Perry Davis' 1'nln Killerllen's Lims r
Burnett's Standard I'reparatiuus., etc., etc.
March ti, 18"3..wn27:ly
W. J. Clark,
Joo. 0. Brj""
pLAKK k BRYAI,
WHOLESALE AND RF.TML DEAIES 1"
HARDWARE, STOVES AND' ...vts
Also do general Banking nd Sxcbang
West aide of Ilia S.in".
J M. THURMOND,
AITOnSEY AT LAW,
Orrim-Terry k Blake's BlIldlng-DP8"1