DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1873.
THE DAILY HERALD
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Destruction of San Salvador
THE POPE IMPROVING
SATANTA AND BIO TREE 10 EE-
MAIN IN PRISON.
AFFAIRS IN LOUISIANA
The Texas Legislature
Aaenciafrd i'rtnn Di.patcbra lo Hie Dal
laa Daily Herald.
Special to tbo Herald.
Skxatk. A bill was introduced incor
porating the f riih. Immigration Coloniza
tion Association. A resolution to bold a
eveniag seision. was laid over. The
Committee oa Printing was authorized to
linve one limi-jed copies of t lie fiual ad
dress of J. W. Tlirockinartoii, vtheu Gov
ernor, ami rioi'ts of each department on
Indiuu Affairs printed. Several tillB
were referred.. A bill was passed pro
viding for quick lettlemeut between
the sheriffs and the State.
Nothing else was done on nocount of
the anniversary ef the battle of San Ja
cinto. IloLiit. A bill was introduced for the
relief of parties whom Gen. Davidson col.
leeted money ef while Adjutant General,
and failed to pay. Dills passed amend
ing an act establishing penal code; au
thorizing Freestone county to levy a lax
to build a courtbouso and jail ; author
izing Chambers, Houston, Orange, Polk,
Newton and Hill counties to issue bends
to pay indebtedness. The act regulating
the collection and (assessment of taxes
The House then adjourned ift commcu
oration of the anniversary of the battle
of San Jacinto, which was celebrated by
a large procession of firemen and citizens
with bands of music The profession
marched to the Capital, where addresses
were made by Gov, Davis, J. W.
. Throckmorton, Hamilton, John Henry
Brown, Gen, Gordon, of Georgia, and
others. Business was generally sus
pended on this accouat.
'San Fbancisco, April 20. Lieut. Den
nison, of the steamer Serance, who sui
cided, Is a sob of the ex-Postmaster Gen
eral. TUB M0D0CS,
The retreating Modocs killed Eugene
Ilovey and stole his horses.
Messengers have beeen sent in every di
rections to warn settlers of the escape of
the Modocs. Many couriers refuse to go
out, fearing the fate of Ilovey General
Schofield has ordered troops from several
points to Gen. tiillem.
Considerable excitement is felt among
attlers regarding the escapo of the Modocs
from lava beds, fearing they may raid
into Shasta Valley.
Washington, April 20. It appears
from the correspondence between Aoting
Secretary of War Robeson and Gen Mc
Dowell, Commanding Department of the
South, who is now at New Vork, and
Gen. Emory, commanding at New Or
leans, that it is difficmlt to obtain trans
portation for two companies of Federal
troops to Grant Parish. - The regular
boats have refused to carry troops. Ap
plication was made to Collector Casey,
who had no means of transportation.
Finally Gen, Emory suoceeded in char
tering a vessel for . the special ..service.
The correspondence does not olearly show
what the troops are to do when. they reaoh
Colfax, beyond preserving order. . ;
: Mhld.our.nk, , April 80.e-During the
passage of the emigrant ship Alondus,
thirty, two passengers died and the Captain
DCSTEUCTItN OF SAM SALVADOR CONFIRMED.
Pasama, April 20. The destruction of
San Salvador is confirmed. The popula
tion, amounting to 60,000 souls, entirely
ruined, Every oily within a radius of
twenty niilia iiiffrtr.. mkr. I.. .i.At,.
w va lUOO OUUUKS,
whioh eoutinued from the 14th to the lUth
ui marou. wnen iti. niim.r ...
,------., nam ivaviivu.
fortunately, suchqkiuns as had not left
lit. .lib -... 1- t. r.,
... ..-y neio living m riaias, nence the
loss of life, thouuu ireat ,.., 1...
jeuei. The Hotel de I'laqul and the
-.v...uu,ciii l aiaoe oniy are lert standing
The loss is estimated at eleven millions;
the aggregate loss of life is about 600,
Si-RiNoriKiD, Mass., April 21. George
in,.,. ...... 1 .1 . . . . p.
.j.o, piuuiiuenuy connected Willi rail
roau enterprises, is dead. Aged 80
now in salt lake.
Bait Lake, April 21. Some negroes
had a tight over cards, in which two were
shot through the breast and another
TDK NEW, DEPARTURE.
The now mission to Arizonia is pro
gressing rapidly. Two thousand Mormon
men are going.
THE M0110CS STIbL IN LAVA BEDS.
Yukka, Cal Aprfl 20. A courier frnm
the front at 8 o'clock Friday, reporls
iuv Auumus-ouii in me tava ueua.
The epizootic has not reached here, but
10 in. uuii i-uoe, wnere voltiuteera are
Cahastota, N. Y., April 21. A laree
portion of tba town was buiued: loss
;?A Ann '
SATANTA AND 1110 TRUE.
Washington, April 21. Owing lo the
Indian excitement Cirunt has withdrawn
appeal for the releaso of Sataula and
Big Tree, notwithstanding the Kiowas
have complied with cerluiu conditions.
A telegram from Governor Kellogg to
me Aiierney ueneral recoivod to day, is
as follows: Matters are quiet in Louisiana
with the exception of four or five parishes.
My comaiuuictttiou to Geu. Emory, re
questing that troops be seut 10 those re
mole parishes, was with a view to prevent
any probable outbreak. The statement
that 1 issued commissions to Fusion olli
cers in Grant parish, or to any other than
those first commissioned, is untrue. The
Slate taxes are being collected rapidly.
The tax resistance is breaking down. The
colleotions during the past thirty days ex
ceed collections for same time in any
previous year. The amount of taxes aud
licenses collected in New Orleans during
the first quarlor of 1872, was $133,000 ;
celleoted first quarter in 1S73, $2o4,lK)U.
ve collected but little during January and
February, owing to political differences,
raosi THE MODOCS.
Gen. Schofield in a private telegram re
ceived here to-day expresses great liope
and confidence in his troops. He is en
gaged iu making every possible arrange
ment to rvnder successful the atAveuients
against tlio Modocs, which he beliovvs are
still in the luva beds.
New York, April 21 It is reported
that plans are maturing iu England I'nr
the railroad heiween New York and Phil
adelphia via New York Bay and across
tue stolen Island.
San Francisco, April 21. Two of I ho
worst bands of Apaches in Arizona h.tve
submitted unconditionally. They have
defied theGoverunieut lor twenty rears, but
200 of their warriors having been killed
in the last campaign has dispirited them.
General Orooke.accepted their surrender.
The chiefs promised to scud word to out
side parties 10 come in. General Crook
gavjjiasses to runners spreading news of
Epizootic nearly subsided in Arizona.
All stage lines running. Work commen
ces en the Texas & San Diego road next
FOLnlKns roR COLrAX.
New Orleans, April 21. The steamer
bladge departed last night with United
States troops for Colfax.
A special dispatch announoes the do.
parture ef the Kellogj officials from St
Marysl ansh, The impression is gaining
ground that the presence of United States
troops will b required in every parish of
the State to enforce obedienee to the Kel
logg government. ,
A special dispatch announces ft large
and enthusiasiia meeting of propoily
holders of OuchiU and adjoining par
ishes, at Monroe, yesterday, winch was
addressed by Gov. MoEnery, The meet
ing resolved to pay no taxes to the Kel
St. Louts,. April 11. A large meeting
of the merchants, bankers, real estate
owners and business men was held at the
Merchants Exchauge this morning 1 0 fur
ther consider the question ef holding a
convention of the Western and Southern
Congressmen here next month, A com
mittee appoiuted at a previous meeting
reported that the Mayor of the city and
members of the city government and many
oitizens who had been consulted, wero ful
ly agreed that great benefit would accrue
to the entire country from interchange of
views and a full and free expression of
the wants of the great West and Missis
sippi Valley to members of Congress
through an informal comerence.
An excursion by the newly opened rail-
wav frem this city to Mexico, through the
Indian Territory aud Texas is contem
plated, . .. . " :
Meiipuis, April 21. A dispatch receiv
ed here to-night says the stsamer West
Wind from tort iuulh to isew Urleans
with 800 bales of cotton sunk in six feet
waier to-day; Jno particulars.
JEW iOK, April zi. Arriveu oi.ara
en India from .Glasgow, -Franklin, from
Copenhagen, Souia America from K10
. ; j Foreign.
CONDITION OF THE POPE.
Rome, April 20. The Pope said mass
in hit private chapel- this morning, and
subsequently gave audience 10 a deputa
tion bringing Peter's pence.
, : ,., -; .,, ... LATER, . ' ,
Rome. April 21. His Holiness arose at
half-past seven yesterday morning, and
saw some visitors.
JJBrest, April, 21. The break In the
French Atlantio Cable is located three
hnndroJ and tweaty miles hence. ,
Washington, April 21. Prof. Baird,
United States Commissioner of Fish and
Fisheries, has just dispatched Seth Green
and four attendant! to Augusta, Georgia,
for the purpose of oomuienoing the work
of shad hatching, with a view of restook
ing the Southern and Western waters.
After thescason closes at Augusta, Mr.
Green will proofed notrhward aud con
tinue his labors successively at New
Berne, Weldon, Fredricksburg, Washing
ton and other localities, A portion of the
fish hatched out will be plaoed in the
river at each particular station, and oih
ors will be transmitted by rail to adja
cent waters, both on the Atlantio and in
the Mississippi Valley.
New York, April 21. Most of the
striking gas men are working at other
Bulls Head Bank resumes business Wed
nesday. Havana, April 21. The new Captain
General Prolatoin arrived, Not a cheer
was uttered, not even for Spain in the
immense crowd which wwneseid the de
barkation. The new Caplniu General said
he hoped he would soou be able to finivh
the rehollion, and his first measure prob
ably will be an ordinary election of depu
ties to Cortes.
New York, April 21 .The Wall street
markets are free of exoitemout, and all
appiehension of trouble seoms to have
passed away: Week opens with general
tmprovemciit. Sales of Southern bonds
twe hundred thousand, aloady prices; im
proved demand for prime con'mercial
Washington, April 21. The Court of
Claims rendered judgment in favor ot J,
D. Stikcs for three hundred and fifty-two
dollars in a Miseissippi cotton case. This
week will be occupied in hearing large
cotton cases, known as "Vicksbiirg cases."
They involve several hundred thouaaud
dollars, and all will be tried together.
I'orelaii and Dommlio Marketa,
London, April 21, Consols 03; fives 00-
Pauis, April '21. Rentes 66 aud 62.
Liverpool, April 21. Cotton opened
steadier; uplands OJ to 9o; Orleans DJo.
Later. Cotton firm; sales 14,0U0 bales
for special export; 2000 from Savannah
aud Charleston, February and March Oj ;
April delivery from Savannah and
Charleston 9J. Breadstufis quiet. Lard 40
New York, April 21. Cotton quiet
and steady. Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat quiet and firm. Corn firmer; old
Western mixed 76 Jo. Pork firm at $19
to $-0. Lard firm; offerings of Western
steam flo. Turpentine firm at 660. Kosin
dull at a 15 to 8 20 for straiucd. Freights
steady Stocks quiet nnd firm. Gold firm
at 1.17. Money from one sixteenth to
one-third per cent. Exchange, long7J;
short tsj. Uovernmatita dull and steady.
Bonds dull and steady.
Liverpool, Apiil 21. Cotton oloscd
firm. From Suvanah or Charleston for
March ami April 0; February and March
0 1-1G. Lai d 41 to 42 2.
New Orleans, April 21. Flour dull;
S7 50 to 8 50; family $9 to $10. Coru
ndvanoed; mixed and yellow 75c; white 68
to COo. Oats advanced ,tol 4.5c. Lran ad
vanced; 75 to 8O0. Hay dull; prime 24c;
choice 21 0. Pork advanced one-fourth
ceut. Molasses 18o. Dry salt meats
firm; 7, Hj and Oo. Bacon firmer; 8 lo 101c.
No dear ribs. Hums 1U. bard, refined,
firm; tierce Oo; keg flj lo 10c Sugar dull;
fair to fully fair 0 to 8J0.
Molasses, common, fermenting (15; good
40 to 45. WhiBky dull at 00 to 04. Coffee
1U to 19; sterling 23 sight quar
ter to U3J premium. Gold 17J.
Cotton active; sales 6 500 bales; good ordi
nary 15, low middlings 17J; middling 18J;
middling Orleans inj; receipts ex
ports to Liverpool 9,927; coastwise 674;
Jiew York, April 21 Cotton Net re
ceipts 1757 bale:; gro.'S 4010 bales; sales
tor export last to-day i2) hsles; Kalurtlay
evening sales of 220; sales futures 10,7 00
bales,as follos: April 18 11 10 to 18 13-10,
May J8 13-10 to H 15-M, J ine 19 8-18
lo 191, July 19 15-DI, Oetober 17 1-10.
Cotton steady; suits, 1459 bales; Uplands
19jj; Orlaus 191. Flour steady, rather
more doing. Whisky quiet, unohanged .
Wheat shado firmer, moderate demand
moolly for spring, winter quiet. Corn
fairly active, shade firmer. Rice quiet,
7 J to 31. Pork firmer and quiet. Beef
steady. Lard firmer at 9J to 11. Tallow
U. Freights lower.
Wasiiintton, April 21. A dieturbasce
of some magnitude is apparently about lo
develop in the eastern aud central por
tions of the Uuir or Mexico, tor Tuesday
la the (the22d) Southeon States, centinu-
ed warm south-westoaly winds, with bazy
and partly cloudy weather, and possibly
rain on the coast of Texas. A storm of
magnitude will extend -slowly eastward
from the lower Missouri Valley toward Il
linois and the upper lakes.
'110 TIIE TAX-rAYEHS OF DALLAS COUNTY. --L
After April 12th. 1U7:I, 1 will Riake out ray De
linquent List for tbe ycar 1872, when you can bav.
the iennre of Milling your 8lte, County, anil
Hch (hi I Tax with noma allnrnoy, or with IheComp
troller at Auatin. I thnll lutua no further notlcn,
fwltiiR that J Imvc porfoimed my duty In the mat
ter. Those bo are In arraam for Occupation Tax,
are requeued to come forward and settle at oni-e. I
can he found at my otUre In Linllm, until April 12th,
178. V.ry resprctfullv,
47d.'.t J, M.llROWM, Sheriff.
THE UNllKRSIONKD Wl I.L ENTERTAIN OF.
fers ot Unimproved City Property fiir the Dallas
Real KiitatD and llulldinn Amoelatlon. Parties
wishing to dispnsa of property will glr. location,
sir ot lot or l;, prlc and rernia In enrenry.
All otters to bo mad In wrlllncand rhrned bv tl'i.
uwnr of the property. Residence Iota in a body
iiiusiij uvsireu. n. i , Alin..rAlull,
T.J. KHAN K,
Executive Committee Dallas Heal Kitata and Build.
Ing Association. 6Td3
e. a. wrls, Texas...... ............ a. t. nidi, Illinois
yyiLis & BEEDE,
'And Inna City.
Nut-All hnslnrss transacted at the Rama flock
Yaida, Kansas Cily, Mo. I lee H-ltttf.
A. MlUai: A; C O.
Soda Water Manufacturers
Wholesale Dealsn in Ice.
Ice dellrerl to all parts of th. city .v.ry morn
ing. Orders may b. l.ft at their
On Paciflo Avenue, tfe have alo established a
depot at 4. 91. friend Co's Wholesale l,i,or
Sure, where ice may be obtained at all hours during
the day. eld In
Notice to Contractors and Builders-
WI WILL RECEIVE FOR THE NEXT FOCR
dsys, plans aad speclHratlens of cottage
houses, uot to exceed In cost $H.VI, currency. For
Information call immediately on Ilia bulldingcom
inittee. n. flOSMN,
W. A. ROPtlRHS.
CeisailttM of Dallas Real KsUtaand Building As
sociation. la 4w.
ALLEN & CO.,
ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Unllas, ... Trxns
Will practice la all th. courla ot the 14lh district
niul Vultail Slates Courla, Oltlca over Clark 1
(CONCRETE! CONCRETE 1
Parties dealrlup First-Class Work In Gmorele
may secure a Cuuipeteiit Workman by applvlng to
At Bohny Lonpot's Bakery, north side of the
square. ' fiOdlin
Tlio completion of tho Mlsnonrl, Kiniwi A Tow
Railwuy lio.n th North to Iifitison, 'IVxm, hm
openril up two tirt-clini4,iill-rnll KoiitM toHi, Lonit
niirlth Hunt. At Viuitn, (.V4 niilcn from Si, Lotiin).
thotrainit of thj "I'loiiw.r line from tho North"
eonitfot with tmluiof Unit novr Hiid uplamlhtlj
Imilt line, the AtlHUtto A lclHo ItuilroAtl. ubd aI
Scidisi, ntttJ iuIIm from Mt. L-miIh), thoy con net t
with tht popular Mlmnurl Purl ft o IUIlroAi, Kitner
UoMte Id h Rtiod on .tUonuijthly equipped rllli ll
modern improTementu and lauilfttti pumenfferK in
St. L.niix, MfttroiHiIii of Hit Orfrtt V i'U, iutimc
to Auiiiiect with eleven (hrmnjh rou'fi to the North,
gotith nd Kuci:
THE 3T. X,Ot7X3 ROTJTB
Ittdeotiued to heroine tha popukr one to nil points
Kant. l,iitHpnPi'rii hitre n fno cholco of roirtuii over
ihe Itlistteuri. Kiintiiit It Ttin ftrillwy: I'm Viuita
nnd the Alluutiu A Cocitlu ItiiHitmi, or vm tdntia
mid the Jli-woiirl Pucifio KailrMd, Full Inlurmn
tlon Hmy lit otitiiined at the otllcoH of tlio Ilotittou
A '.Vxhs Oulnil K. K..KI I'umo Mail line, Misnou
ri, KmifW ft 'fuxa4 JUflwftjr or npon addrwsJng
K, A. Ford, (Jvuei'til lanK'iignr Ageut f-t. I.tmii,,
Mo. Fnh.8, Tl.al:ly,
PIIILiF WEItI,F.y. Prlc, l,t or I'unhaai a
Cen's (late patent) and J, P. Hale's I tn proved
Silver Tongue Oi-jjnnw,
OITlce nnd Salesreom Xo. 80, 82 k 00 Buroime St.,
W o -w Orlonus,
J P. HALE'S PRICE LIST:
Styli 6, J460. Style 7, $500. ?8,$G60
Style 9, $000.
Th pianos are fine In tore, touch and very
durable. Rend fur descriptive circular. Thevars
sold n Ills followliil terms: S40 eash, 20 e.rh
month during Ihe first year.after which f IS Winer
month until paid lor, making: orealtof20, 30, 34
and 38 months en tha pianos.
If more convenient, the payments can be
made easy in 2, 3, 4 or C months.
Organs on Same Terms.
A Discount of'10 per rent
Per anuum allowed for cash.
jyJRS. M. J. JOHNSON,
Bespeetfally Informs the Tpnblle that she has
reoaived her fall stock ot
' ' MILLINER Y GO ODS,
Consisting of (
Ladies' & Misses' Hats and
Together with Trimmings of Every Kind, '
towhlch she Invites the attention of her friends
and the public generally. Ilerah ip Is Inthe Crutch.
Bald House, at the llonstou St. eniianro, llttf
Wj. II. C.astos. w. 11, toiias.
QASTON i THOMAS,
AND DEALERS IN EXCIIAN08,
IXSl'EAXf K AXD COLIKCTIXC ACKXIS,
SWIXJCS NEW BVILDIS'O,
NORTH BIDE Of B T7A.RX,
Dallas, ----- Tixas.
EO. 15. HOLLAND, Jr.,
3D. "W. SlCITH
North side of Uaiu street, two dosi sweat of the Odd
Dallas, . Tkxas,
Keeaa constantly on hand avwryihing pertaining to
thevirlety business, together with alurgeaud
eouplete stock of
Tents, Ready-Made - Clothing:,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Waeon Sliootasi, Etc,
I have two attentive and obliging clerks behind
the counter ready to serve runtouiers. The public
generally, and my railroad friends In particular, sre
invited to call aud examine Iny goods aud prices
l.iure purchasing etnewhere.
(1KO. U. HOLLAND, 3.
Dallas, Feb. 18-'73-n7:vl-d If.
4 M. COC1LHAX,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Aifjoinlng Dailasllolel, Commerce strset,
u C0SRS tc$
Th. Hiiteralgaod has the pleasure to announce
to the cltisetis of Dallas that ho liaa opsn
cd hisOARUKN for Iho suuimur monthe. Ladiet
and geutlemi-ti are Invitod to call. Tho strictest
order will at alt times bo enforced, aud polite wait
ers kept iu attendance, The Uaideu will be op.n
Tuesdays & Frldnjs from 3 to 12 T. M,,
ana on Siintlnys at 3 P. M.
J'EED & SALIi
Where I will buy and
sell horses and mules,
nud give aiirrhit atten
tion tu stock loft In my charge. My mutt. !s :
"If I Don't Give Satiifaction t my I'alrnu,
1 make no Charge."
Come to the well-known
SALE AND FEED STABXS,
On Market, bet. Main and Klin 81a.,
n2SJ0m W. V, COKEK,
J) ALL AS CITY
Confectionery fc Restaurant
BOHNY & LOUPOT,
At their Old Stand 01 Mais Street,
Wli.r. they have In store a large assortment of
Conrectloncrles of all Kinds,
- Canned Goods, Oysters, Sardines,
Dried Fruits, Etc-, Etc.,
U. will also have
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Eti.,
In every variety.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage bestowed
on him heaske a conliuuanoe of the same.
Sept T, '72-iW:tf.do BOH N Y A LOUPOT
FAMILY GROCERIES AND
The undersigned has this day epemd out, la ad
dition to lib
MOD UCR & VR O VISIO.VJl USIA'ESS
" A Well selected Stork of -
. FAMILY (JJiOCEIUES,
Which will be sold at hoiiem ftenrea for cah. A
good supply of all kinds ol KATAHI.fcSaun.lantl)
Country Iroduee liovghl and Sold,
II. 8. SCHMIDT.
Main fit., nnrmtllo O.I4 Fellow' Hall.
Life Insurance Co.
JEFFERSON DAVIS, President,
OKN. WAD HAMPTON k J, T. HTTITT, YIC1
WILLIAM H, BtlOWNB, Srlary.
ASSETS, .... $1,100,000.
Insures en all the improTed Nni.
BATKS AS LOW AS ANT OOOD COM PA NT
LOSSES PAID PltOMPTLT,
Having been appelated General Agent f this
Compeny for Northern Toxaa and Ihe linllaa Terrl
lory, I recommend the Carolina Company le all my
old irlends and Ike cltlseus of this aula generally
arl being a Safe and Ksllakle Sent her a eompany
(live it a trial, W.L.CABILL.
fleneral Ageat far North Texas, ie.
('fflra on Kim Street, overHleagell A Uo'eBaek
lira. P. J. Carrlngton and Pr S. D.Tbui stoa,at.4
Iral Kxaminersat llallaa T.xas.
CE 1 ICE I ICE I '""
Pure Ice can be had at the
KESTl'CKT LIQUOR AND OBOOF.BY 8T0EI,
Corner Main , Market StsH
From 5 In the morning till 1: o'clock at night,
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
G. DREYFUS, rrtjprleUr,
MAIN STREET, DALLAS, T1X1S-
DIEALS AT ALI. UOVKI,
Partlsular attention paid t the aeeieoaaaad.Mae el
Hotel and Restaurant,
M. 110FFSTADT, Prop'r.
Main Street, . Dallas, Texas.
II. ha. Just titled up a large Banner of convent
akl.and p l.siant rooms, and splendidly fnrnlih.1
MEALS AT ALL JTOVJtS.
Particular attention paid In tha accnmmedatlen of
An Omnibus Euits to all Tralnt.
Pallas, March 11, '7.1-noMdl j r.
Cor, Xlm an Jefferson Strsels,
Dallas, ; - Texas.
II LAKE & 11 A RULE Y, Prop'ra.
Building, Furniture and everything abent Ihe
house entlraly new, anil furnished In the very
best slylt. tlftltr
W..I-MuCauilsnd B. M. gorlptur..
McCMSLAND I SCBIPTIIRI, FrtpriMsrs.
COR. Of JEFFERTON & COMMKKOX TS.
Facll g the Sqaare
Dallas, -, Texas,
JOnXSOX A McILUEXXT, rroj'rs.,
General Stage Oince.
We guarantee the lest asrotamodatlon la Xarlk
era Texas. aHwtfalJ.il
A.D, ELLIS, Pbop'b, -
(Formerly ef Waverly, Me.)
Main Stiebt, . . Dallas, Tsjas.
This new Hotel will be epn fr.ss ant altar the
Hth Inst, for the aceemmodaliea afgaesta. It Is
tu, building, and fnialshrdtkrangheatwlth
farnltnre, aau Is prasidsd ever ky aa sxperleae
caterer, who never mils to previde fer his patreas
tha vary bast that the marksta afford. f
u.M If U4lh of March, H7I.
Coa. Mabkkt at CoMHiaoa Sts,, .1
F. L BOHNY, Proprietor.
- Having leifled this writ known aad pataler
Hons., and thuronghly reSrted the aaase, tha at
deralgned Is determined to keeps Srttlaaa haaiia,
promising aallslaetlon la all who aiay avvwr aha
wlih a call. Special attention glv.u to liaaalwt
n.A well tnppllsrl Bar Roam Is attacked t the
hui?. V, I.. hi'HSY.
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