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T gtnlUAIi I4BHT II. LTTI.I.
I em dying, Ky)l,.ljlMi j
Kliba Ida orlinetm llf-tlde Hut,
And dark Plutonian eliaduwa
(inilur on lh exiling blaet.
Let tblnr arm, til gneeu, aupport nit,
lliuli Ihy "ibi tud oow thine ut
llarkeu to lb. grout hurt eecreta
Thou, and tliuutlont, niuil hear,
Though my irarred tad veteran togloni
Rear their ntfhii high ua mure,
And hit wrecked atidacatlered galleya
tr.w dark Actiuiu'a fatal abort
ILo' no sintering guardi aurround ml,
Prompt to do their uiaeter'a Willi
I mini uerlali liko Roman
Dio liiedatu, Trlunifii ttlll.
Ut not Canur't ttrrllt mlnlona
Uuck Ilia lion tfaua laid low;
'Tw.e no foemau'i band that felled him
"ru lili own that iIhIi IIjo lw;
llere, then, pillowed on tby b.AjH, '
Kr you liar eball low ill uy,
JJlm, who, drunk with thy ntwiH,
Madly threw tin world away.
Bhoulil tho baas plebeian rablis
Daroannail aiy Unieat Homo,
Where the notlo apoiiee Uctavla,
Weepa wltliin ber widowed home,
leak ber! Say the goiia bate told ue,
Allan, engd'a circling wluge, .
That ber blood with mine coiuuiigled,
Yot eball niuuut the tbruue of kluji.
Aa for thee, etar-eyed Jgyptlati,
tilorloluaoceroaH of the Nilel
Light the path to Stygian borrora
With the eplelid.ur ol'tby entile;
Qire to Cwdar crown and archea
Let bla brow tbe laurel twlue;
can ai'urn all Cataer'a triumph,
Triumphing In lorn liko tblne.
lanidylnt:, Kgjpt, dying.
Hark, the iti.iiltiUK foeiuan'e cry I
They are coming I tjuli-k my falchion 1
Let me (ace tbom are 1 die.
Ah, no more amid the battle
"hull my voice exulting aa ell I
Jaie and Uiiria guard tbea
Cleopatra JUnae farewell !
Written for tbe Herald.
I.08T OB. STOLKSf.
Oh, yeal oh, yaal hat any one found
A heart that a lady haa lost f
Whoever returna It unbroken and eound,
Shall be haudaomely paid for their eoat ;
for the lady who loat It laaadly dlatrteaed,
Her eyea with weeping all awollen;
When 11 rat It wai miaaod ahe can't tall in the laaat
Out ahe'a reuaon to think it wa atolen,
Oh, yea 1 She thlnka that the thief ia a youth,
Who silly atteatlon baaahown her.
Whourer It la nay an well tell the truth,
For Ita only of uet to tho owner;
And why be 'a ao backward at allowing bit tact,
She thlnka la exceedingly ttrenge,
And the bega that he Ixrl will replace,
Or elaa giro her lilt in exchange.
FANNIE 8.
Siacenty.
Givo mo sincere frionds or nono
This hollow glitter of smilos and
word complimonts tbat mean
nothing protostations of affoction
as solid as tho froth upon champa
juo -invitations that aro but prot
ly sentences, uttered because such
things are customary aro worth
less to me. There is no need of
them. It is proper to be civil and
courteous to tho most indifferent
Btrangor; but why assume friend
ship's outward show when no real
ity underlies it ? When one feols
friendship, tho object of that senti
ment cunnot sulfur, and leave our
hearts untroubled cannot bo slan
dered, leaving us unharmod.
To see our friend successful. even
bcyond'our own powers of success,
is, a great joy to us ; to hear that
friond applauded is aploasure. Yet,
every day, men who fancy themsel
ves frionds, show mean envy of
each other's lucky hits; and wo
men, who kiss on both cheeks
whon they meet, will whispor
treacherous little stories of each
othor yes, and whisper thorn to
men. So that, when most women
say to mo, "We wore talking of
you just now?" I wonder only for
one is not sinecre enough to say it
out whether it has been possible
to sqncezo ono drop of scandal into
tlia humdrum story of ray lifo; or
failing that,hov many timos they
have been multiplying my age by
ten, to prove mo older than I
I confoss mysolf to bo, But it is not
sincoro to praise every body. It
Bounds amiablo; but tho men cannot
all bo "charming." and women all
"OBwoot." I like to know from the
speech of man or woman that this
one is a friond ; that, a mere ac,
naintanco1
I think warm-hearted pooplo are
nevor general admirers. All can.
not bo loved sincerely ; ' all cannot
'o even pleasant. Constant lauda
tion of every body may be pleas
"it form of insincerity, butitis in
sincerity, after all, for mo. If Heav
en will help me, I will not abuse
ny intimato frionds when the'r
hacks are turned ; I will not praise
any one 1 do not liko; I will not
kiss women I hate, nor givo men
lovinp looks and lovinjr smiles
hen I do not like them. And aa I
no unto others, may they do unto
mo, for I desorvo no bettor.
pLEASANTS & GAAlBRILLE,
OPERATIVE AND
MECHANICAL DENTISTS,
OBrtSoalhwNl Cor Public Square,
" Jeffriei k Terry'a Store), JJsllel.Teiai
GOLD-PLATE WORK
AT
tera Prioei
2aw-no26d tf ...
gMPIRE
Hotel and Restaurant,
M. IJ0FF8TADT, Prop'r.
1n Street, V "Z" pulliu, Tela.,
Re In. Mil. - , ' ,. .1 .AMc.v.
... - lu- u) IHItl DUnuei in uuihiki
"Hand ilatautreonit,aud ldtndidly fnrulabed
' MEALS AT ALL IIOVRS. ;
'rtlcnlar attention paid tf (he accommodation of
vommerrial Iranian.
An Omnibus Buns to all Trains.
"allai, March 11, la-noMdlyr.
JAND 1 LAND LAND I
AULT, JENKINS fc AULT,
LAND AGENTS,
DnlU Tews,
Art bow oHerlnt;
FOR SALE
Allow flgnrat.alargeainonntof Land In North.
em Teiaa, Including a number tf valuable Faraie
in init ana aajomiug counllea, and oualneeeaud
realdenr Lota and ilnaaea la the city of Dallaa. '
We Invito land Buyen to call and alanine qirr
relater. Uude in our handa are For Sale. When
a man puta hla property in tbe haaila of an agent, lie
meana knalneaa." aud doea nnt nut a "faacr arlu"
on hie land te acare away parchaaera.
Pertsna hlnr land ler aalewill lod it to their
Interwt It rail and regleler their landa at once. WieJ
unartje aoinint; itr rKiatann oradTerttaiug, and
anly a amall comnilMlon when a aale ia ft"ectl.l
It yon want to toll jour land to the Inioaiirania t(
thia ctunlrT. yen muat place theia In the hamla of
Agenta tn the Hut of travel, Our office being ia the
01TT Of DALLAI,
which haa tow become the center of commerce 'and
trarel (or the Nortli in Northweat Tun. Wt hut
Superior lacllltlea for trlllni landa, whick we hart
lieatly lnoreaaet by liberal aiUrrtliiiig, and we
can inaurt eatlalaotian toall who place property In
uur handa.
nt buy and tell tn commitaltn
LAND CIBTIl'ICATaS,
Thia liranrblof our bualneaa wt nuke a inatialti
Wt art inenibera of the
TEXAS LAND LOCATING
COMPANY,
and will locate Oertlflcatea for; liuttreat ;i the
land
llelow wt girt a partlal.llat of the landa th at wt
rt nowioffrriug
FOR SALE.
DALLAS COUNTT,
MO acrea, t mlleaS E of Ilutclnna. the Ann Stokea
aurtey, pralrleand timlier, price ia per acre.
240 acri-a, 16 miler S K of Dallaa, part of the O. W.
Shaw aurvey, timber, price !S per anre.
18 acrea, nillea n w ot tianaa, pari oi tnt .
Dentoa rnrroy, tlmbor, price $1 per acre.
2U acrea, 15 lolloa S W orUnllaa, the J. S. Jonea
anrrey' pralrleand timlier, price to per acre.
uwacret IV mint n n oi uauaa, iimoer, .) per
acre.
m acrea. 10 tnilea wtat of Dallaa, oart of the Thoa.
Colllo'a turrey, prairie So per acre.
loo acrea 14 miloa eaet of Dallaa,' the Wm Bryan
aurjiT, tinlier, to per acre.
1CH) acrea 4 nillea north of Dallaa, part tf the Bled
aoe enrrey, prairie, at t'M par acre.
36t arret, 7 mllra aonth of Dallaa, part of tht Leil
Dlion leairne, prairie and timber, at t7 &0 per acre.
173 acrea a miira eouth ot Dallaa, part ot tne Lett
Dixon league, prarie, at 97 50 per acre.
t.T'O acret 14rnillea!eaet ef DalUa.'tke Cornelioa
Toroay aurfey, prairie, at f per acre.
M acrea 3 mllea wnat of Dallaa, part of tht D. A
Leonard eur?ey. t $S 60 per acre.
80 acrea 4 mllea weat el Dallaa, part or tnt D. a.
Leonard suroy. at 89 60 per acre.
inoncreo4 mllea North-went of Dallaa, part of tht
E. Parbln anrrey, timber, at pi fifl per acre.
17.1 acrea 11 mllea eaet of Dallaa. Dart of tha'J.
Johnaon aurvey, prarie, ut t7 oO pvr acre,
acrea ll nilleeeaat oi uanai, rt tl me n.
Lantham aurvey, timber, at tr'iei ncie.
IliO n?reM. VI mllea Hontu-weat of Diiltaa.1 Dart of
the W. W. Morrell aurvev, prairie, at 26 per acre.
3'2ft ocroa i6 milea Montn-wpat of DHllna, part or
the Harvey Clark aurrey.piulrie and timber, at $660
per acre.
'iVi acrea tight milca aonlh of Dalian, part ef the
A. B. Howard aurvey, prairie and timber at $7 per
oere.
3'2il aoree 8 mllet north-weat of Pallia, part tf the
K. Crockett aurvey, prnirleund timber, at f Su per
aert r
FARMS IN DALLAS COUNTT.
10(1 acrea 3 mllea eaat of Brrcklnridne, T, Mon aur
vey, 60 acrea In cultivation, at &0 per acre.
260 acrea 4 milea north of Hallaa, I'm acrea In culti
vation, good orchard, at $8,000.
240 acrea a miloa aou m-wcat of Dallaa. too aorea in
cultivation, 40 acrea paatnre, good duel ling, 4 ten-ant-bouaea,
burn, atable, Ao. Qin, email aaw and
griat.niill.atflt.ooo.
l'JO acrea t milea north-weal of Da'laa, 60 acrta in
cultivation, 2 atory honae, at $3,0110.
260 acrea 6 milea north of Dallaa, 170 acrea In cul
tivation, at ti'i 50 per acre.
' TARRANT COCKTI.
1280 arret patented ta Clark A Bryan, at 2 60.
1476 acret in tht name of T. Uouatoa,att3 per
acre.
lftO acrea in mllea aontn.weat ot rort worm, part
ef the J. Glllelon aurvey, prairie, at 4 per acre. .
100 acrea 10 mllea eaM ot fort north, ho lunula
mrvey, at $11 piT acre
auu acrea, id nniee rouiii sw oi ihmiii, ine tie
Klnuey A Williaait eurvey, prairie, at U per acrt
' FARMS
a . 1 1 - - .it. WTA.tl. U.mu In
oil' arrev, o iiimpb iuuiii m in uiih,'m m,
eultivatitiii orchard and hedge fence, priot $4, 50.
DENTON COUNTT.
-rJiA in ll.. .nnlt, nrrunln- till W Thn lH.
ton anrvry, prairie and timber, at 'i per acre.
FARM.
l anna anllea eolith of Lewlavllle. H aeret in
cultivation at it per acre.
j JACK (OUNTT.
1161 acrta at fl 60 per acrt.
PARKER COUNTT.
19.10 aeret at 2 60 ptr acre.
MONTAOVI COUNTT.
1140 aoree at $2 per acre.
ARCBRR COUNTT.
S240 acrta at S2 par acrt. .
' ' IRATD COUNTT.
1S30 atrta t 12 ptr acrt. , .
ELLIS COUNTT.
lor, ii-r-i. A. Gnano anrver. oa Ckambar'a
creak, price 4 per acre.
. niNBRRSOR COUNTT.
oa -- 9 mil nnrlh nf Petera-Blnlf. IA acme In
cultivation, at i 76 ptr acrt.
HARRIS COUNTT, ' i i
.150 acret on Ortea Bayon, at S3 par tare.
HAMILTON COUNTT.
MO acrea S mi let loutb of the town of Hamilton, a
ft 60 per twM. . , I . . ; ! ' , v :
DALLAS CITY PR OPEX T T.
. . .... ...- - i
Block No. 12K, between .Tackaon and WoodStreett
and
between narwoen aircr. -i mo ii
lock No. 12!'. Young't iVddltlen, con tr Wood
Rln
and
One half Block No. 98, Toung'e addition, Wood
Bti
loot, itanupw ! i . '
...i. u. o.M Vllnr .nil Ttart Slreeta.
ont ftmrth of Block No. Vt, Commeret Ftrtet,
60X1J
i;ai leet. . . . . 4
In
la
ni.i. N va lrifi Avenue and Olive Street,
160xaw feet. : J -i n '
Block 22 and 23, Bryan and Bnrford Strteti
Land In Mlmonrl Arkansas I Kichang.
for Tcxm Untl.
' ' ault, Jenkins ault,
North Side "nUlelSciiiaia.
Dallaa. Ttiaa.Ftb. J7, 1873.-nU
gTE(JALL A CO.,
DRALIRI IN
Books and Stationery,
CROCKERY WARE,
GLASS WARE, mi
QVEHKS WARE,
LANDRETU GARDEN 8EED.
Furu ltur of all Klnriw,
PIANOS,
Pictures and Picture Frme,
HAT RACKS,
WINDOW SHADES
AND FIXTURES,
LOOKING GLASSES
Beds and Bedding, Step-Laddtrs
Jjiimber and bhingles, Doors
and Blinds.
Wall Paper, Sath, Moulding, Window
Cornuhft,
And everything ntrttinlna to their bualneaa art
kept couatantly a baud aud aro for aale at living
ratea. vl-nlitlv
yiLLIAMS ItllOS,,
Wholesale &, Retail
UEALE1IS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIGARS,
Ant Pure
WINES S& LIQUORS.
OF ALL KINDS,
Elm & main : : Street,
DALLAS, TEXAS,
lllighett Caah prlctpaid for country prodnct.
They beg tht attention of the public to tht follow
ing comalaalnn eperially directed to them by Meeara
Morcor, Agntw A Cn. They also announct their
agency for Seuoura Celebrated Caliaaya Bitten.
UT APPOINTMENT.
The trade In the United Stateaof America will
pleaae oliai-rve tbat W illiama Broa., of Dallaa, Texua
(Uniteil Stafea), have become agent for the ante of
our din. We would apocially recommend partiea to
pnrchaa direct from them, thereby preventing fraud.
mercer, Agncw&lo.
Tl-nS-dljr Colonial Square, London
AUNDKY.
4
MRS. H. T ANDERSON,
HAS NOW OPEN AND IN OPERATION
A FIRST-C1ASS LAUNDRY,
MTUEKK CLOTHES, LINENS, AC, WILL UK
Washed nd Ironed Neatly.
SHE WILL SEND TO RESIDENCES
and hotels for allticles and de
liver the same with puoml'tness
and dispatch.
Ordera left with St. 0. Its it. on Elm Street will
meet with imtnedlnteattentlon.
duot-lm
R. 8. DltULET,
E. FISHER,
Civil Engineer.
Attorney at Law,
J) RULE Y & FISHER,
REAL ESTATE & IXSURAXCE AGKXTS,
LOCATORS AND S17RVE VORM.
Prompt attention xlven In Bnvlnir and delllnar.
Elchaaulng nad Ran ling Hani Hmale, Doelera
In Land Warrunta and ( Vrtltlralee ;CartlH(-a tea lo
cated and patentrd, nieking lYIIvctioneiind laying
laxealn t 111 a and other Stttea, aluiiey rorrfully In
vealtd and Loaua Nrgotleted alih ainple Security,
laigt bodlea of choice tarmini Landa In Hi I" and
other count ion For aale, Tltloa Kiamlued, Perfected
ana jteenraea in the proper conntlep, Lainia exam
ined, divided and prepared for aale in amall tracu to
auit purchaaera.
rarttaa having Landa, Uontea or Lota far Male or
fte'it. will find it greatly to their ndantatt to have
a detcrlptiou of the aaine at onrofnee.
TERMS REABONAHLK.
Orricn- Went aide of Public Souare. over Prathtr
A Murphy'i Dry Oooila Btort.
t'orreapnmti-nce aolloited.
Dallaa, Texaa, April i, lT3.-dn44:lm
JJLOCK, JETT & CO.,
WHOLESALE
rooers,
AND DEALERS IS
BAGGINGIAND TIES,
Cor. Elm & Lamar Sts.
Dallas,
vlnlldtl-
Texas.
Vi A Card
To the Citizens of Dallas City, and
Country at large :
The undersigned havo established
thernsolTos us goncrnlStockAnction
ecrs, Apprflisors and Commission
Merchants in your midst. Stock ef
all kinds, Real Estate, Goods, Fur
nituro and Household Effects of ev
ery description bought and sold on
the most reasonable terms.
In connection with the above bu
siness, we have established an Intel
ligence Offico, Where we will roceive
applications for business of every
nature, and hope to be able to give
just and general sausluction ta all
parties.
Respectfully,
M. A. KIBBLER.
W. B. ROBERTSON.
Ofllco and Sales room on Main, 2
doors .bast oi Jenerson street.
March 6, 1873.-d n21:tf
Arrived and
lew Spiff and Siw Goods
MM
Tho Largest Stock of
NEW SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, AC,
That Lave cvor graced tho counters and shelves of any houso in the
City or Stato. Thoir departments in
ID oxiaes tio Goods
In varioty and quality, aro second to none -of our larger Southern
and Western
Iress Goods
Whon Goods aro shown on thoir counters, undor thoir splondid Sky
light, in their olegant Store, aro dazzling in
boauty, and consist partly of
Poplins, Silks, Lcnos, Ironframe, Satin Stripe and
Brocliet Grenadines, Printed Linens,
Linen Lawns and Muslins.
THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
Will be comploto with nil kinds of Goods in that lino, such as
PIQUES, JACONETS, CKOSS-BARKED MUSLINS, VICTORIA AND
BISHOP LAWNS, NAINSOOKS, SOFT FINISHED CAM
BRICS, WHITE MARSA1LLES QUILTS, SWISS
AND MULL MUSLINS, PATIST, LINEN
LAWNS AND CAMBRICS, ORGAN- '
DIES, TARLATANS, EM
BROIDERIES, AND ALL
KINDS OF LACES,
LACE COLLARS, SHAWLS, Ac, io.
Irish Linen Towels and
scription, defying competition.
BOOTS AHD SHOES.
They make a Specialty of that branch, keeping all the best makes
of Batchellor's Goods and others for plantation Sidos the
best of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and NowVatland
sewod goods for Ladios' and Gcntlemen,s wear.
Thoir Retail Stock in this line is larger
than any ot onr regular shoo storos
while their prices are lower.
MEN'S BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING.
Which they manufactnre thcmsclvos, is anothor great item in their
business. Tho assortment Is equal to tho largest oxclusivo
Clothing Houses in tho State, together with a full line
of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS; also
tho Latest Styles of HATS.
Our Mr. A. Sanger is at present in New York, together with oar resi
dent buyer, Mr. I. Bangor, and they both being truly alive to
tho demand, will buy nono but tho most Fashionablo
Goods, and such tbat the country requires.
Bnying for Cash in large quantities, for four Houses on the Central
Railroad, from manufacturers and iinportors, we are prepared to sell to
Merchants as low as thoy can buy at St. Louis, Now Orleans and Galves
ton, and would respectfully ask them to examine our gjtock before going
elsewhere
SANGER BROS.
DALLAS; SHERMAN, BRYAN, AND CALVERT, TEXAS;
Dallas, Texas, Mareh 21, 1873.-dn31
to Arrive! !
3ft H.
Cities. Thoir
Department.
Table Cloths of every de
J)t.J. L JOUXSOJf,
ti,f.h,i?.lTXiM,,Juft"B "
mrV,, Til l lm "'' i""" !'' rMt
moaa It them, and wtuld aluta, ta ka It a atrta.
'""" ,'"". nat l....ruu"Vrtdti,;
. Iwn iu lh. ,(l ., u, ,u prVfcLiil a.,
Iliirtjr ,r. . n,r ,. I..t .rfniTT. ,fl.
r.i. d frun, . .,,r,nr. It tht .1
U dhmwM inrid.nl Ia th. H.th, rt.it.ra la,l
Hi Ita a almr. Iu tl. Vnuia .trou,,.. '
U Haad.il A Iln,., lUr.-h.nta. a. i. vain'""..
iwi. ifi1" ,,"c;1' of ''''"li'. Ntr.lil.
M.jr 1 rutiaullnl .1 hi. r.l,',c. .1 UllM itprl.,.
All trdara (alt trill ri-i-.lv. (ir.i.i.t ttt.uii.a
,, , , . 1K. J. L. JOHNSON.
D.IIm, Taxaa. Jupu.rv as, UTi-lwmoa-ald
pS ANNIE SMITH,
.airra Nwa Again,
tad d.al.r la
LATE PERIODICALS,
.J.dtrMi St., n.at ft Poal Ofln,
DALLAS,
TSXA8,
In ronnwtlan with all Hit lat.ti Joara.lt pub
IWutid In tht Unltwl NtaiM, ali.tla. .Mat lh. Ann
Cigart,Tbacxaaiid Notluna. ta nhith .k. 1...1.
th. atlantlon of la.pulillo. rnliedt
MIK BROWN COTTON GIN.
PUutrf, to not pny ftmr and BrtdolUn p mw
r r.l,ri 'olli,n Uln hrn y"i'tlii.bttl1
UMrktft. (ll irtmt.i.tol f.. . .
litrcimt. I.... W .liavt 110 ..nl. In Ta, th.r. .
.........,.. ram v, ma aji-nta-comaila .
al.na aud tlluwatioa. by ord.rlDK dlrat-t oft., ma. .
uf.ctnr.ra. Mnd fi.r oimil.r with tall partltalar a
and tMllmoiilala. Addr..t, !
1HUAKL. F. BKOWN, Preildtnt,
Brown Cotton Qia Co
Now London, Coss.
IJISOLUTION
AND COPARTNUSIHr.
V..IL- 1. Il.ul,. -t .1... . L ...
... ... . , . n ' " Ptrtnfr.l.lp,
oilHtlut iHilwwn II. J, 4 H. Brln, la thia day illaaol-
Villi 111 mutual nah.,,.1 nit.- 11-1. in.) . . ..
will 1imidbj J. A . Brio.
, COrARTNKRSUlP.
J. k 8 Brln bnvo Oil. Uj fbrmlna Mitrd Into
s uw t'lpfti'tutrthip, kimI will Kill ounNntM UA
t.itar. W.t.k.thl.ot.norlanli, -ihwkln. iR
lllttll TPlfXIll. un.l .... ........ .. .
Uvura .udr.aictfullj aolloi Ihalrntrua... ir tht
: it. 1IRIN. ' .J4Mlla
1. r. won..
-J. t. vf.tuat
J5 Fa LlICEafcCO.,
Cotton Ac Wool Faotof
AMD QKlf KRAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
rtrmiHUi It. A; T. C. R.
Corslcana, Ennls and Dallas.
Sn.cl.1 .It.MUn r,.IH 1 .l.l A .
,omla and imdara. Ooaalcaia.nta tMptutfallv at
, .. ... hi uwfrwi, j W , ,
QRlPfiSHFIELD HOUSE, "
JOHNSON k McILHMSI, Prop'ri.,
Dallas, - Texan.
General Stage Office.
Wo urtuttt tht liaal docommodatl.n la V.rlh
tru Tia. BMwtfnlMtl
gOUTHERN HOTEL, ,
A. D. ELLIS, Prop'r,'
(Furmtrlv of Wavtrly, lit.)
Main Stemt, . - Dalui, Tixai.
Thia naw Hottl will ha itn from and after tht
2llh iuat, for Hit accommodation af(..alt. It It
anw building, and flu aiUhcd tfarangiioiat with atw ,
rurnlturs, aaml la praald.d vtr by an-taiarltna
caitr.r, who n.vtr 1.11a to provldt rr hla patr.ua
111. vary beat that Iht marktta nflor.l.
JV!f 24lhof March, H7S.
w
ILLIAM TELL
zx o it ens,
Cot. MABK.t & COXIKRCI Sw.,
DALLAS, TEXAS.
F. L. BOUNY, . . Proprietor.
M.vlnf laaaad thia wall known aad pipnkup '
ii.Min, nllu iiuiruiipniy ronriaa rjt aaott, iht tri
...-.,...- u,al n.iiifiq . khii nrai.cmaa .on..,
promialUK ialiifaciloatn.il who may fcvtr hla. ,
with a ell. gpaclal atlmtlo givan lo livnalrat
viaitora
.A wall aiipplltd Bar Retn It tlltthod It tht
i'V. i r. L. BUIIKT.
Sou..' N TIIIll'UII , . .
I. j. at-ana, uu, . tvkiiki..
.....a. atotaa
K.w York.
lioualoa. Aualin.
JURIIB, TURNER ttt Ct.
iv uoiaaait utaltri in
IIEADY.MADE
CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS. T!Tf!..
li Fanltliti Ctreot, ia
(ITiidar th. Ilutchlni llunaa.l
Mar. 9, 1MJ-S0:ly. HOUSTON, TEXAS.
JJR. J. W. MILLER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Raarwctfnlty Inform. thaoltlMn. f Dalla. thai
ha graduated in th. Virginia Htatt Muljcal Ooll'itt
Moicli, 18M, wta aitrgaan at Chynthornto Hi.pllal,
Klrliinnnd, vt., durinnth. war. That w.t uu. of
lh. l.rg.tt In tht Ctofedaraoy. there wat ampla
room lor 8.H0D pailenta. IIo kaa btan In actlv.
prartlc. !o Virginia from Ilia rluat tf tht wtr uu
ill Ihttlthdtyol Umaalitr 187a, when he Itft for
Trite, baa located In tola olty aud nffura bit aer
vlcea to the public, ttefer to Moitrt. Clark A Ury
an.
r. Office and re.ldenc. North of Cumberland
Prwliyltrlan church, betwatu Hoaaton and JerTar
a.n airrtt. ta ntt-dDni
A. T. RKNBLRT.
TRAVIS IIRMSLIT.
MRNRT IKODORAH. .
IJENSLEY, BROTHER CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND .
LUMliEllDIiALEIlS, .
Daua, . - TkaV.
BASIT, DOORS, BLINDS, UOULDINOS AND
ALL' BC1LDIN0 MATERIALS FOB- 1
NISHED ON INSTANT NOTICB
AND AT TUB VERT
'LOWBST PRICE8. ,
Ttrd t Ceotrsl Freight Depot. Offiet
oorner Lanur & Kim Streets,
Agentt for tht celebrated Illlhnrn Vtf01il,tae
beat nianunictiired. Kvery Wagon Warraatid,
Dallaa, April 3, lS73.-rln4A.-tf ' 1 1

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