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VOL, 1.
DALLAS, TKXAS, WKDNKSDAV MORNINli, MA V l!, VATX
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HERALD
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Miirw:icti liiHi Mtii. ,vnl VitircA In nn lin nf
dilnniil rnlnmim, illi irnu mr liiittcu'li Ituuiil-m.
lWi"rliil rr4iid ruled ttliulf f r I.t-it.-i pi'Ho.U
WVAilvtrli-'ihai)(M tiyjl'l" In iuli.nu', hiiIcm
with Hia '("hii (i ivgiilur biiinvii mi lr ohiUm t.
the weekly herald
II- fllUUHclKIl KYKIIV HiTl'JMV NoaltlMi.
TM. ti f.n pur 11.1111111, nr Jt So Cm
nmhihii, in Mtlauri.
J.w. siviNnvxr.s . ro.
jko. w. rwihiiki.u. ii. x i-Ai Kn
B. H. ATtYI!f, PmNn;n Ai-vrmium Anr.vr,
Fmnkllii Type Kuninlry, li Vine .tret, ( in.
ciiimtl, is hk .iiiiliuriz.l npiit fgr llii, ..i.r
Any ( Diilrni'lii tu.uli Willi hi 111. Cm- mluu-Uaim;
In lk Ilitui n Kill li,n(nly irsis-iti-it.
BY. TELEGRAPH.
LOUISIANA AFFAIRS
Pfosiiloflt (Irmil Pronounces as Pure Invrniica Hip
Slalfnifnt Tflfjrrailn'il Vt'slonlay.
Colonel DcElanc and His 32cn
Surrender.
TIIOOI'S KKTlRMMi TO XMYOIiJ.EAXS
FIRE AT CALVERT, TEX.
THE LAST MODOC BATTLE
l';il;iiii;!IalMoutV.N Scouting
I'arlj Siii-jm-JsciI.
Ten Soldiers Killed aiul Wounded
rapt. Jiick Fls'its in (ion.: (nnliy's
" I'nlfonii.
Wl'.Ji. UAVIS UKTKKUtNKD TO KUX.MINATUTIIH
WHIM'S.
TIIK TEXAS LKU.SIjATU.IN4
.wliil lu tliw liiillus llirulil.
Austin, May 13, IS":!.
A pelilion wan rernl from srvcnil coun
ties against fenoing nnil herding Btock.
The Govei'iier ri'lurneil vetoed iho net
incorporating the Urn 103, Stintitipio a ml
. Kio Grande Canal Company. He mention;
also his objections lo the kill exempting
certain frontier oouutios from uxntiou,
atid allowed it t become a law.
The bill amendatory anil defining tho
lights and pijwers of District Court:) was
passed. It makes especial rcferenco to
the Ninth District, which is composed of
Gregg, llaius, Wood, Smith and Upshur
counties.
A resolution condemning Iho notion of
the Twelfth Legislature in reg ud lo in
ternational bonds. It also Mislniii'" the
oiurse pursued by Comptroller ISlcdsoc.
Adopted by a largo majority.
Several bills of small uioiucut passed.
Tho Senate was not iu session.
0 U BS8.
Auociatuil I'rtms DiinleUi lulliii Dal
ian Dally llrriilit.
lOl'IBUMA.
Nmr IiiEnu, La., May 13. J'ike Coun
ey'e squad of Hioiinlrd .Metropolitans ar
rived here at noun by land, fromb't. Mar
tinsville,' to await t!ibual ; they are most
all druuk, and yelling on their inarch
' through town, like Indians. Kellogg's
transport, Oaioik, arrived at fl, wiih
Badger'a t'oroe,"niid took on cavalry and
piece of artillery and proceeded lo Brash-
. ear, enroulo to New Orleans. A 8iiiad of
fifty got off at Tcrrebouc, lo install the
Kellogg officers at Thibndeau. Two com
bauiesof LT. 8. troops with Col Smith,
left on the Minnie 'Avery, for Brashear,
where they have engaged transportation
for Ke-.y Orleans and will prohably arrive
there In-msrrow eveniug. Two compa
nies of U. S. troop remain at St. .Mar
tinsville, 10 men and one officii' of whom
are at (be service of (he U. S. Marshall.
Col. Delllano and several of bis friends
inrrendered, and are now on parole until
Monday, when they will leave for Now
Orleans.
' ' Tae names ef the eleven whom the Mur.
thai baa warrant for, not yet ascertained.
Quiet now retgns ia Si. Martinsville.
Col. Drill 11c has, lie says, accomplished
his aim, by showing to the world, (he in
ability of Kellogg to snslaiu bis power
without the aid of U. 3. troops.
. a pemai nr TIIK rttfcslllKNT.
The Tiroes' YYashiugton special sayatbo
President prenounced as pure invention,
slat;nients lelefiraphtd yesterday thai lie
proposed instituting high-baudul Jio-
coidiegs In Louisiana, lie averted that
his course could ii,,t hd Mioio decided
tlinu it had been. If fmiher oecafion
roup he should nut as 1.1 umi.itv iik
ho had before done.
llAi.liMoni.,M,iy 1!. t'hmoh Aui'en.-Uih,
corner l.afuyetle 1111 1 Oiegon streets Ixiru
vd, .o. .7 1(1,111111,
Lkximitmx, Mnv l,l...-Waver'v wuntli-.t.
rime, H'J; 1'lii.',; lid, Wu m,.
Olid. Time, :':!:!; '.M:',!,
W,suiN.,ro, .May'i;l.-T!io I'le'ulait
nut (rone 10 Ceiiiientictil an.! nlurus t'rl
day.
Misi.hi.i.A.xrm .,
Tho 1'iesident has signed the c tiimls
sjoii of postmaster ('lurk of Savannah,
Taylor at Allien, buimiug ul Atlauti. und
Helker at Macon,
111. yiinpnn I'ursotis was appoiuled
CoMlll lu i'.-.IH'IIIO.
A full ChIiium except Jiel'tnnp, which
was slior' and iiuini'. 1 hmi, .luencon ri.
t'liuliz, of -N.y; Volli, ciiceeeds Van ISurcn
iik ci.iii 111 : . iu lid lo Iho icniia KNpe.-l-lion,
Orr's itii'uina vill rimii via, of
llainliuig I. noli in iiuvigativ.il ('.en.-', in
eliuvgo of las sou,
UtlXIOH K.i.M'j I'oK lifcX. I.A IS.
!SN I'llAM'IM'o, .M IV M; - 'i'liico e.iillpa.
nie.i urJeiet froin .irnuna for the Mo.loc
country
I'TAJM.Il II r IXi
I'ivo Modou.i a!tao';ed a lamily eiylil mile
iVoiii Walla Walia, Or.i.uii. The familv
resimod nnd the luighlmrs eiuie to Hiei'r
leiiiiH. Threo of the In.li.ins were nr.
f. crested.
Tli jiohoo niinr.
Lava IIki.j, Mny M... Limit. Conip
reports that at Biiiiri.iii on the Sih insl.,iie
Moiloes tired on ilie jiiekiis of forty men
comiiiHuded by (.'apt. .Ilasbroiiek. 'After
scoiuing all day the command uttn ued for
water. A severe liht look jilaoe 17 miles
distant. Uein.uii'iouents inareiied all
night.
Captain Jack rode Within one hundred
jurds of ciimp, disiuoiiuied and charged
Iho camp, til ing into the herd and guard.
The first volley stampeded the lie id, and
while the troops were gttiiug under arm,
lhe Mud-Jen tired volloy alter volley. T..e
killed and wounded as reported at mm,
A rally was made, too charge sounded,
and Die .Modoc driven into tho limber,
leaving Iweniy-one ponies, three pailt
mu'iM, ode dead Modoc, nineuen mills
packs and Bix dead inule.i. The Mo-iocs
retreated lonrd Mcl.eod's range of uumn
loiiu. Captain Ilnsbrouck Ins live doys' provi
s.iotis, but water is scarce.
licneml 1'uviii is determined to keep
moving till the last savags 'n killed. Two
oldier weie wounded mortally,
Cuplain .lack tsok his position in the
field, in his lordly manner, as if he hud
bceu Iirigadier Ceneral, No H'jiinws were
seen dining the light, nor by the scouts,
on tho following night.
Mux TdoMKRT, Ala., M.iy Id. -Diniiul
Pral I, tho Pioneer niiiniifccliirer of Ala
bama, died nt his hmu in I'rultviile, foiir
leen miles from Montgomery, at J 0 olook
this morning. His death was universally
regretted. He was 7d years of age.
kxi:aui;ju-.xt witii tiik. .viohoi s.
Ni.w Vi.uk,. May .'!. A special from
toe l.ava Iteils .lays : Captain llaslu-.iek s
scouting parly was atlacked by tho Mo
doon, liciiig a complete surprise. Four
soldiers and one Warm Spring Indian were
killed ; tis soldiers and one Warm Spring
Indian were wounded. Captain llashrovk
I allied bis men au I cb'irgod, when the
Modncs scattered through ilio wonds. Sev
eral volleys wi'i'u tired among Ilium, but it
is not known whether aiiy of the Modues
hwere hurl.
Tho troops captured twcuty-Kvo linrses.
Captain Jr.ck oil this ocoasiou iv.jro (Jen.
('.niliy'a unii'orui. 'Thirty. tbrou .Moducs
were engaged.
When the hil cornier left, the troops
were between (he Indians and I heir Lava
stronghold. Captain Haslirouek thinks
the Indians arc nearly out of ammunition.
Tin: I'oi'K.
The Herald special says the Pope p.i-isccl
a sleepless night, disturbed by ciugliing.
Haiiiax, Mny 13 An explosion has
occurred in a coal mine in Picton county.
men are in the pit, the slope is burn
ing, and there arc no ircans of egress for
the men .
I on il;ii mill l)oiiitvi ic .T3;liix l.
Ljniion, .May lu. Consols, HJ ; o s,
Wi.
I'aiiis, May I:!. I'enles, .il and "1).
Livtui'oni., May 1:1. Noon t'oiton
opened ijuieij upland, t;; ; Oi lcan", !).'.
Later. Col ton stealy; salti JJ,(jU0
bales for speculation ; expi.i -Is, :!,lhll)
Orleans shipments, for May, June, ;
hreadsiuirs firmer; club wheat, l'Js 1 1 lo
I'Js Od; Ctinihi'rlatid out, oJis :id Cotton
Savaiinali and Chiirleslon,' .May delivery.
H.1; Jul nnd Ati.'iisl, f; : Savannah ' '
Cliarieslon shipments, April and
Orleans, April and Mny, K Ifl-lli.
IIbasiikar Cur, May 1-5. Sirambnol
Doiork under orders, left here at II.!)'), to
day for St. Martinsville, with araiy eup
plies. No troops on board,
New York, May 13. Arrived Siberia,
Moro Castle, Canada, City of lirislnl, City
of Brooklyn. Stocks firmer. Gold firm
nt 17. Money easy at u()7e Exchange,
long ti short !. (loverunionis dull nil J
steady. Stale bonds very quiet. Cotton
dull; sales ti('.7 bales; uplands l'.'c; Or
leans l'.ljc. Flour quiet and firm, Wheal
quiet and firmer at ;Jl TO(T.l 7- for No. 2
Milwaukee. Corn dull. Pork (inn; new
Lard quiet and firmly held; West
cm steam !;fi',!)jo. Turpentine firm at
fjOto, jlWc. Rosin firm at j3 lo(n(d JO for
strained. Freights firm.
Ni:w Oni.n.ixs, May' Li. C-rn f.rmor;
iiiiqcd Gi lo Cc; while, oil. Oats, tirmei;
47 lo Po. Bran, dull, 7Uc. Hay, dull,
prime. 24; clioiel, 2de. Bacon, qutjt; firm
er; fij, j, 10J to Jc. Lard, quiet, firwer;
kettle tierce refined, P; keg kettle, 10;
reflnsd, 10J:. Whisky, held higher, f'3 10
5e; others unchanged. Hosin.reslricls bu
sineis. Slerlinjr, li J'c; sight, Je: firmer.
Oeld, 17e. Cotttin.dull; sales, 2,iWJ.t)ales
good ordinary, lojc; low middlings, I'lr;
mid lling If1 lo Jc; middling Orlcact.lSJc;
receipts, 8,070; exports to Great Britain,
M.S21; stock, 1 ll),0'.i!t.
St. Loiis, May IS. Flour, quiet. Com,
nctirj, iinsbanged. Wliijky, '.'Oo. Pro
visions, nominally. '
Kinltiia I'll) l.lve Minrlt 1lorl.1l.
tfi' si tu 111.- Iii.ll.. II. 1 I I,
K a.s is Oi 1 v, Mo., May Id,
t'lllllj -Heeeip! 'Jul; rblnnu'iils '.' '
the niai kui t i-d ay I. as I'-.hil-iii-.l mme nr.
tlvily than fordiya p:i-t, leceioty l-cin
liher il. Tnnisilolinlis have In on inuli'
v l:li iiiori) vigor. The upply hi' leeu
prineip illy eoi ii-t'cl 'V.is sl. - i a mid
come lots of go ,.l i.niivis, ll'iiel.eis h-ive
uiiide lii'geni iiUMi;ii-, i!nir n-al' it
Muck bi-iiig -a-iin.i, Mii-l.ii cKji'i Mealy
with rail's us fullow .'.',1 head ciiiMcl
Texas Heei'V uv l,n I Jin, 111 . :.li:ll Im n.l
medium unlive s;crs, av I, 'J i , hi :;i.i''
18 hea l ooiii-l'ed Ti mis hire! s, av '.' !:, ul
l.llll; Is hen I eor.l t'.' I T.-sas si-ei-, uv
IC'fi, at :l :!'i. (J iotmious n f dlews :
fli'ilci' n.uiii'
i-ri, av t Lu-
I-
ml " Ml 1,.'
Kale " av I .1 1 . I,. , 1 a, .,
ut'lli.aiv " 111 : 1 I, 1
I..S-I I. all"' '"S UV I, '"I. . I ,,
CiO 11 " UV fc .- '' 1 I 1,
i'..ni-i,.i r..,ni .,i-,-s,.r. 1,1 , 1. . r
Vi I' l. 1 .-I " in -,i I. ' 1. -.
'Il'llli'irl " i,i . ill ,i: l J;,.,
('..in :! Ti 5 l.. t av. m ;..ii,- in-. 1.,.,
M..'.'in. - . . . " ! .,
T a iii ,i-11 li u-, 1 IT !i, 1. 1
i-ii) ,-alii-s, 1 .a- l,i.,ia
Hugs -I'l'd ipi! , !i"
a wiak iiiiiiiiy, Vi 1.
.'i I :j!) to 5-1.1 '1.'
Ma.Ut dull -.I'lh
Ijlh'f.' I'slrellle I A!
.1. L, M 1 rciti'M 11
THt:mi.!iuvi n.ii iiiMtiro'.:
''lit- tiiilii t l i t St- on m; i.t,: -1 i- '.i;-i'
If Ie-l'illloll III I III' S'tiili )f (.it
13(11 I'll!'.
I I'r..in lli" ' le (; 1 ii!-- (' at-t. 1 ,'
One of the ilnll.e-' 01 i in . in l:n ,.e:i-.
what, eventful hi;my ef Kuii'ns li-i-' jo-t
been iiiiveile l iu the Uir:SiSi si era l ai i of
iJabeite eoniity. All n.'io h ue read the
papers lately are fiuiuli u' it!i 1 he r . ,1 1
of tliu mysterious 1 ) i n 1 j . : 1 11 ,,1 lv.
York, of I nilt'i'ciiil'.'iiri', ns well n a num
ber ul' other joiytles. Tlie wlmie eouul v, us
well as nil portions of (lie St.oe, has 1'ia.ii
in a fever of r.s tit n incut over (Ii k mysteri
ous nll'air firs jin? lime, mil the other duv
tho untiring energy of tl.n'o who loive
never ceased work in hepiaj of f.-i i i-tin :
out the tuatler, wore- revtai .led with iie
vclopiiients vhicli need only In be l.nuwn
to cause one's blood 1.1 eittdle iu t'leii' veins.
We learned the following particulars of
Iho mutter fnun .Mr. John Ueepei!!, who
lives three n.iles west of Cull'ey villi-, mid
who in company with Air, John M. Crnwell,
spccinliiitvnt of lhe Povuollioe fVp'.riiiient,
was at the scene of horror.
It seeius lloit a family of German I'-iniily
named lljniler, and wiio ; 11 iende 1 in he
spirituiilisif, wile the pcrpji 1 ai ors of 11
series of lhe mofl damnahle crimes n:i
record. Mr. Kesnsr says: Thl scene of
III lioi ril-.lii tragi; ly is i.'.ie mile cast and
two niileit south of Alovelierd station, and
six miles iierth-i-ast of Clieiryvule.
The bouse in situated in a bountiful val
ley, Butroiiiidui 011 the iMiiii, east, mid
north by a range of low bilk and in fa it
view of the l.eavi'ii ovtli, 1. nvi eneo and
Galveston riiilioii'l, anil niany farm Inn es.
though llul nearer than It-ill 11 mile to 1111,1
one. Tlie house is hIioui Itix'Ju.. shingle
s'aii-gl-; roof and nuilher eeili-d nor pi ,s-tere-.l.
The Render family c n-i":ed it
tour persons; Jatlier, iMiiiu-r, ten ai:d
daughter. .r,p of father ll:l years, the
mother tiO, son 27, daughter 'J 1. T.,o son
if de-'oribod as a strong, uii: ;eu lar :u,:,i.
iho liiiuily n ro protes.ii. I s;'irl'uaiisla
and tho ihiitihter iibtiiiH vi penult neat
power.', that she euii !ie.,l lie- si. !;, u: i.ne
sight In the blind, eto. .'.!-", that she
could give d tinite i niutniai iu:i ul' ,,h.
berries, inind-rs, etc. The filliiv ie ; ii a
iartiil list of Hie victim of Hit-- nnsii-ri-ous
family. Tim hi-i of i'i -jr v.oi'ims was
Ur. York, of ludepen.!.-i'
spooled ei izen. whase in;
p-einaMiec creat-ed so ui'i
large pm ties went in sen:
was ll-noiil la Ben lei's h.
said he lu diiiuer and I.
di'iice, but no sa-iieiuti .-:
a hig!ity ly-
! ii;i:i loos (I; j ai.
I 'Cling I hit
of l-.im. He
;i. whero they
!'r Inileieii.
i 1:11 1;: fie n ;
eavy. -,i- I the'
but tho weight ul guil' was heav
large nuiubei III soaieh a l.ai-ou.l . ibe u'ti.
ily, mid Ihvy lill the l.ovse. uilboiil. re
moving nuytliiug, di'ive their team 10
Thayer, and b it, it where ii wis I:. ken n
few days after by ttie Sleriir of tii.l
counly.
It was about Iho lirsl uf April when tlu-y
disappeared. They took lint 11 i.-ih-.v ard
bouml traiu at Tliayer. Tiieio b-dng no
suspicion resling upon llisn- ipiiui, unob
trusive tieruiaiis, and they ie.1 having
been very social uud liaviog Inn lew via
itoi'J, il was nut klionfii they ha I ubiu
donod their, bonis for Hour Inn:- weel.s,
and when the disc a very wat ma ? i; ,vi,s
feuud that their valves nnd bogs wire
starved to death iu Iho lots. Y'i ye J,;
coverius ot otite iiwakined auspiijian and
sea'cli viss commcueed iu a small oi.-aid
100 f.et souih jif Uie horisn. Tiu s,K',a,.-j
had been carefully plowed and farrowed
by Benders before their dep u turn.
Iho body of Mr. York bad been hurie 1 .. 1
u-iently ll-al the heavy rain and liiue had
settled the gao-.iiiil niotiiid I lie r.avo so
that the outlines of the grave ivero ilis
liuclly visible atid a few hours work un
earthed their horrible crime.
Br. York's body being found, further
search was tiiealo by ihruMing a siili-ii
poinlci iron rod into tlto earth which so-q'i
developed the fact that liuio wore mniiy
more graves on ibis half nere of irrotiud,
nad by night-fall eight bodies in nil wore
exhumed, of which ho following is a nar
lial list, so far in could be idem i'itd. W
V. MctTrotily, of the lNid lllinnis inf-ititry,
company "D," Brown, lljury Molieii-
rie, of llaniillon county, Indiana, uud a
Mr. Lonchoro and his little girl. Tho In
ter had just buried bis wife and wn about
starting lo Iowa. Tho scene Thursday
was too horrible to give e vni a faint de
scriptfon of it. Seven bodies in various
stages of decomposition were luyins on
the ground hv the side uf their open graves.
Their skulls broken nnd thei nhroais cut
from ear ear, except the little girl IS
months old, who must bavo brea strangled
or elao thrown into her grave alive. She
was In full dress as her grand mother had
dressed lior that mernitiir; w is in the bot
tom of the grave and her fnther lying tip
on her.
The manner in which they accomplished
their trrrible deeds was this: ()n the
bouse was puttied the aign, "Groceries,"
but they kopt nothing but some wind's.
This sign called in their victims. Ia tho
floor near the stovo was n trap door, two
feet square, which opens into a ni.U- Imle
iu the ground, neveu fuel deep, sii feel
I t id" ill lie li p .10 I lliia-e li-i'l ut i,e b.ii.
I 1 'I'll. Tim rarili 1 :us: In of 1 he Ii.iumi dm s
l! .it -' 1 v . tiov liiiii nf eveaviuhiu. loio
I ilils In rntil" l-.i lo n 1, s plongi'd ilie unl'ni-
loi'.iuo vietiiiis Hi. y ihui-len I in dnylinhi.
i.'ni 1. jinn.i'iH ii-nl h.r Imoiliiiig ll.e
.-k 11 1 Ik lu ll' Mli 'i 111 iik iim' i li; hl.uii'.
breiiker 1 11 our streeis. 'I he I, an l!i a 111 e
i.t on 1 a III V ill : i'" 1 out I' pmi exini in
oi.ii'H II u-i- fi'iind lli'il Iim sliulls Viino all
brol.i 11 on ll.e 1. 11c'.: .110I iii;lit nide of 1 1 .
he ld, fli"iilig ll'iit the il-i i'i a'e il t . . : h
I, uve -ill been ilmm by I i;li.hn 11 ii d
inaii. T!.e h i. Hi . hn ii all Ii leu Idemlfleil
'mi I .v.'.
The II. 11. Ur family hau lived at ibis
-'....-.i l-i'iiioie than I 11 ,u , yet all lie
lii'dii i limiid have I e-n hil'i d illiiu lhe
las't 1 1 i i ii inmi'liH, an I ilie skill "l.nwn In
lli'.. i.'ii.Kli' 1 "ia, and 1' r liiuuu'D Willi
tv f 1 i Ii "!'. li ves 1.1 i:.,.r umiio n em lilol-'el-ill
Is Ii e l;-.'l iiv;ilei.c-' llinl llieli work
did not e ii'-i ' in: so ia iviiily. Several
Ii it 11 -1 I p.'i-s 1 as v.-'e 111 ilie "cetie ul
hoi lor Tail
lay, ii:u! ilie excite 111 n 11 1 i' in-
tell
, I.'' ..H I' - il llli.lllll llllll lllilf
Ml inn all). id, '1 lie wolli of rtn ich-
!' iui-n:i ,i, II e.n". mi, no 1 whiil
ft li 1 di'Vi 'i.j e.l 1, one (Mill lelf, but
: i' '. in-'' prepared tor 1 nv t li i :i i. In
1:1 I."
'ill.
lhe
! 11, 1. I.I I'.ili'o w hit-li i 1,-1 . iiud in the linns"
I anil i'ii ll.e f 1 'iii'v n-i 11 1 i'i,: 11 as written
1:1 I 1 ti a:i I ! iv o I a le . 11 ; ineleul illtila :
! "I1'.-' Sl.m;:lit.-i- da .- -.'iiiin :iy and au
utiier hii li 1 . a.) "Ilell lii-ji-it ti ,." Tln se
11 vi j ; 11 li-r; let, , I v .; Get aril 1 iliren wlio
w:i pi- tut Tb ut 4 iny.
;i:. ! .UNTAX 10
KAMiAS 1513 1. I'OSTEK...
I,.' ne of.'. as 11! lie- Itiaata nil',,.,.. ,,, lllll f
tin I', e -.lee-t, . .-. I I .oil, it li. I',, ,(,.. t ; ,'
13 j(i i-i.
1 HJ.S.MOI'ULITA.N
HOTEL. AM) UKSTAnUNT,
ii. lKi:i'J 'l.'H, I'rojtrltiloi,
MAi:;.;Vl'l;i;!:r, DALLAS, nXAf.
Mi'.ii.H AT M.I, UoraiS.
I'lirli-'lll:!! liltCllti-ih ; ;i1 ( til-' .H-i-i I'tHliUHliltli'U ol
('"mint i i hil Tniv't'ift
M"'..iii,. '
COr-IMERCIAL HOTEL,
('.':. litio an.l Jitliii.ii s-reiis,
ISiili.w, - '- - Ti'Siw.'
ltiii'itl'iii, l'lirntlnia; tin.l fvcilliinj: si . al tie
li' ti-e eoin.br ii-'ie, an.' Iii!'!ii..!i;'il in l!ie .:y
I...I s-.-.le. la. Of
! .1 Li. I AM T I'll. 1 1
x r. o rr tz ,
Cot. Makkbt .V CoMMiiitri: Sr.s.,
-Dallas, te:;as.
jF. LIIOliNY, . ProisrUlor.
''ll" !" I 'll-is H'll Inno mil ..-i'illal
I! i -e. .'n.l II ... -..i!,lv retltie.! Iliii -iiiin-. lb no
11. I'.,. ll.-,l i- ,li-l a iinne.l n.i I.,., . :, ,.., ,, , (.,
l '"11 "I : -.'.li-lne-i. 1, lo i.ll v.ll.i tiny ll.'i.l ll.ll.
a ' .lb Slv i.i! attililii.ti -urn io ll,.!i.;.lll
1 . ii a .
i! .t. V in I! uj i'lle l War I.m'.iii i- atliieln'.l le ll.e
' ' r. I.. iiutiNV.
I. i.'.l-T.I v!i,l".il
' M.1'1. .!;,!..! 1 lt.3I.Si-rl.ti:ie.
A I. LAS UOTi'L,
JliClt'Mi&SCIlIPi'Ll!:, Prj.ric(iP.
Coil. OK JEit'BK'i'O.N il 1'o.M )! Kit'. B H'l'H.
l u. ;t ; i l.o Siiait:J
IJ.lill'.s, - - -. - - - Ti' MIS,
! -1 :iv
i:!JTCliKIKL!) 110USH,
.IO:iN:-' i1; rdVlMUiXXV, I'l-tsp'rv..,
Duil.i
'J..v.is, r1
Cicnoral Gtago Oaca
I'i. I,, t a.r .lii-aej.lail.'.ii - JY-lli.
' ieWi;iilt.;ll
111 'r.x.i,.
Hotel and Restaurant,
- M. 1!U!'FSTA1)T, Prop'r.
.Ilnlii Street, . . Uitllas, Texas.
lie tin- Jmt ti 1 10 1 1,11 a i.. ru, ii iinlisr ef remfiirt
nl.le 1111.I l-''.'l'lit loil-.s, Mel S.i,-,.;nii) iliil.oli.'.l
JfKALS A 7 ALL IWVJik
rarticiilar ult-m ..t, , tli,i t Hip ncc.uiini(iUII..n (
('tniuicit itit TnvcitT".
An OinnlbiM Kuhs (0 all Trains.
lulls'. Marrh 11, ;:v-mi'Ji4vr.
V. A.Josk,, B.UesMAK.
'Yr A. JUNES & CO.,
MAXUFA'CTl'RES OF
t t ! . '
V.'Soi.K.sAr.K AXI) KETAIIt
DEALER IN, SX0V23 &0.
finxurniK urn iwfkk roT, ' .
J!;il;i Htrrot, - - - Dallas, Texas.
"" All ui.br I'ioin.il ,Vtin J,l Tn. "iia
1-vlitly
SI, l.o it 1 .t Adit-rlln-iiii'iilss
N 1 t All,. J, A, I t I IK. V. V.
Wall, Bfilvin & Day,
r.gy OBAOOO
Miiiiiii'.diii'Cis iiutl A Willis,
AMI
Dealers ia Fine Cigars,
Ml. tlill MHITII M ttlMI -r,. NT. inns,
7. Q. MOWNr, fesns Agent
I'-l 1 y
II, any ll.ll, iv .si iliy: ti. M . Ili-lt. St. Louis;
J.'loi I'. Il...-i.ivr, Jis l .'b'.iii r, I.i.um, M.
IIKxNlt'V IUCLL JtSON,
STAl'I.F. AM) r.VXi.T
lh'v floods a iid Notions,
o'Jll ilttll .T.!S ylaill SIlTt'l,
Cor. Main ,v W:ishiii(tin Ave., PT. Llil'IR.
J''l'Ai:i,l:sl!:ii I.N INdf,.
corro.x factoh,
C oniiuissidii Merchant,
AMi
. Pui'diashig' Agent,
No. 1 S. Coiiinisrciul Stteet, ST. LOUIS.
Samt.. 11. Ilii'ii i;!so,ecCo.,
sr. J..OI ris, 320.
W 110 L 11 1-' A L B D K A LllllS I N
Flo'ir ami Domcsllc Liquors,
mvm nnnii::,siiijii:i!riiin
Knit tiik s.M.t; oi'' ai. 1. TnxA. i'IkuiI'i'tc
tti-ei'ssi.t,it In i-evinliv M11I.W H. tit, tmrilsoit.
I.-. iilsT li. CIiki. IMunl.
ULLi:iCH 3c DIARD,
FOll M KIILY OF MOlllLi:, ALA.
WHOLKSALE DEALERS IN
TOBACCO
AXl WA'.V'." IMI OUTIUIS OF
IIAVAW IVAV Ai) CICARS,
xo, m x. scriixs) ktkket,
Eetveca Pine & Olive, ST. LOUIS, MO.
ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
LACLKDH HOTEL,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Tetr(,'r.iih, Ihdii'irlil -.tnd Steiimhont (Iglrrs la
(Ms linns?.
j. w. mim. & soar, pi-oprictcw.
i. II. T..i.sil. .VV.K. H ililiini. W.i. Triisilill
Tcastlale, Harrison & Co.,
Goncral Commission Merchants,
As'-nts lit (in- rina-liime dial KhU of
l.raiii, Flour, rt-ovlsloiis, llldt's, la.
IIS I'ine Slrt-c , St. I.oiif, 1M0.
Iti era 10 : Meimiiilll- Mmik, Hunk ofOimmerrt
St I, ion ; Vi. I...I.IU.1 IIkiiI, . 1 . Isl.iui;, Mis.
STJABIES H0TEL7
BEOLASKI & OWINGS,
Jr r o x.t riotoi-aj,
. Sr. 1 jot is, . . . .MiHsouiii.
i'lllSI' tt l-S .U(OKMl!.l!.NN IX KVKIIV IIK-
si'tt'f 1 iK.!!i:i rutu iiMs.
-IllMlt'll'iUlt'tlUS.
J T. ROWAN,
Htii'Tii Situ: Main Kthiikt,
(Ni-I iKiol to M'illiatiiii Urn,.,)
ti.xj.a no 1 l.oniy -.ii liiiinl .mil For Sale nil klR'U of
luiMiri(tl and tlonit'stit:
t'l'iirs, Clioli'c Toliiicrn,
Fruits, CuiilVclloiifi'lcs
iitid Cool iSmlti Voter.
Trv litni mi) .,ll it-ill tti,.l l.i'aa'i lo s'llt tin' tlHina
.' Ilalls.s. 'Ii-xm! Al'i ll .1.1. I"a..Jiila:f
"" G. A. LAMB & J.M.DRKW,
coil 'iiiy, li-i.ii' rtclvi J ;tn it-r nlr a lar toek of
Whlrb lvi.- will rliMpfiirr-mli. Oiill and
nit i in? I'.''"tf I'ur' liiilhy !m drt. 74(Uw
Iltt ll AV'illU ,10 j. DITTJtN
House, S!sn ii!ul Oniaiiicntal
PAINTERS,
ftrslnine, (lil'titor, filalnir, l-alK.! t-tiitnir, te,
Sliop en Haiti si reel, ii. Itallro.iil Swllrh,
Iiai.las, rKXAS. :utr
IJOYVAUTJI & JiOUGLAS,
ME.110 1 r AN T TAILOIIS.
TIIK I.ATKsr AXI MmT
FASHIuAABLM CL0T1IIA6,
' Cut Jtid aiaia by
' - ' ".Ex'rrp.m'CED wobkmrx.
-ff'rioa Sltt, bl,B Msl'i anil Kim,
aifcit-'itn . -' n,t.r.t. TrXA.
X
I'M! J OKI ICK!
' fare Ice ran In, bad st tli
KKl.Ti'UKV M'lLOl! AND CROUCBY STOliK,
Curncr Main t Xarkrt Ms..
t'lini 5 ia tl. n...rulin( till 15 n'.ilork l uiclir
Internafionai
HEADQUARTERS,
(Sauiplo Koom Attached).
ciidick im an na or
i
LIQUORS and CIGARS
ALWAYS ON HAND '
Prompt nud Qontlemnly Attonttoa
to our Filcnda Guarantaswl ,,
J. a. iiti;ic to.,
rroprirUra.
Jt'K t ICK! 1CW !
i in: i). horn a CO.,
llva eH-iiri a It D!, ea
Jcircrstm Kt., Opposite lit tM
v huh I li; are irpparn4 lo niralik le at "
lll'RltTrl P0U1IB,
4','iltf
COGSWELL, WEBER It CO.,
Watches, Jewelry.
JEWELERSNSUPPLIE3
Ve aim ,romit nKmnl.a lenrdeta hfmr 4
1'iloe Halt iit ea wncattali "" .
Utr, Ac 107 Htate Street,
CAMERON & MAYFIELD,
V IKU.EPALI DIAI.IM 1
LUMBER, SHINGLES, Etc.,
deksison, Texas.
. ..I .
Ki-'i' on tnand evr.r artlel la tk lie , aat (!'
lai-yeKt anil he! Msinrted ilvta ef , ' o :t
WHITK PINE '
In thl mi: Till til nrdnfrj tlat Ik
II T.C.Ity., Uy ear )o,t or Im inllly. Mlai
Wellborn & Scrajg;
REAL ESTATE
"D ,-!-. : - '1
INSURANCE AGENTS.
ftierlnl nttrnlina iltrn In th HA Li Of BCU
KSTATK. in His ell v noil viiiallr. Iiv ALTT10M a
PltlVATK BALK.
' ." - ..... . . ,
IV'.. Kill I'lll-t'llAftr. BD-I.V. ttk ITI41H
I, AN lis, to iiioill nr lur tract, la all aarMef tk
Slain. . . . . . ,
T ll KXAMINK TITI.Ka, nail tkt lit
nu nil t'roiii'ity tlnetHl in onr haa4a
We Imv. I ()tlHlrtNnnNTII la all nrl
iln I'l.itr.l smif, W,0 lia awklac HON M II
TKXAS. . ,1
IVrp,,iiii Imviri Iso.t, or cltv MrlT tat eat.
n.iiil.lil.i well io iiItIm in l aa arlrtoyv W.
want I.AItiiR AND jsMALb tract ef Iaa4 laewf
ply iiimlgrintn. ' "
Will llt'Y AND IY.U. LAND OITiriCltW.'
B i.il nltrnilnn eltaa ti IMNTIM Ctfl
rKUI'KUTl'.iid LIAHIKU LA KM. , u
J. m. cavai.,,a,
AMtlfSMf,
Offlc I'.iiili itil Kim atrett, arpoall Adaaw A
buonai o n nititx. mm it
.UM STKEJST.-,
. '- I'I1 -I"
' I v!vl '
; ') ' m-'il
MARK 'If l1.
I'--
I.. IT. OAiTeH, Prfritt,
.:ir
K 11. i-nmUnllr 00 hiaii Saaaaaa. Fretk. lallet
inl silit aiattt, aa all kia 4a ef malila i
llinir tiensii. vi-i
A.
W. MORTON,
.-- -.
General Undertaker,
. t . . - . -
COCHIIAN iTRIIT, e
Itnlla. . .
Kh'i comtintly ea aaa. nttjmtt dMt$
n mk tliaii t artlw. itw a Ml wmit
FIMC'SMETALIG BUBIAl vAStl, 4 .",
n,iu. r. tt-'7-ae4aia.
' NOTICE. '
'PUR TOf ARTXLBrHIP HIIKTOrOlIB IX
1 latliiK Ixtwna J. A. Cnwfcra aa. t, . Bag
In tlilt ihy dlnolvnit by amtul r ran at. Ik lla
lillitlri oi-muI fiim will It Ml by J. A. Onwf.
i.k. CKAWrOIlL
t.O. MUOi. , ,.
I take thl npnatiitalty ef tnaaktaf T ?
fii"i:.l,Bil ike I'liblw inrlly, far kveM.
nml rusjeelfuDt ilu,li tW-lr aalra( bv Ik fa
in n-. I will niDlinuii tamrrj a my klaa a.
iim obi wu4, on Klir- atit, ta doet vreat af
A'l.ini. It l,(ontd ASirk,

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