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M I : !:;; 'K I I :;JT"I ;iv2 :. t9i THE DAILY HERALD. 1. MtCJAI.KH, KflHor. Oar . grin., Whe ara mnliurlk.nl linec'lr. eiibvrrlpttoni unit edrertUlNe, (ur llir liuliy ai.d Weekly Hi it ami: i.C. (Vw.iWO II dwnv, Niw York I UP. Hawaii IV, 41. I'nrk How !ew Yikt ' Weaiherlll ('n., I'lilMvldbla I UrlflliiJI llt.rn.i. Valllimire I T, llcliiiyre, N.w in li huh K. II ttnililns. llviixf ! ! linn, .lie. YV, Lime, Aiwlln ISOTmlelon, '.'ia Mliaellral.NI. loulr, tin, . rot noTKRNoa, j. vr. TiinormiomoN, r caiiin, P f ! JVHI(T CIASSEES. Tho tinlvcMton JSowr publ inho tbo following comiiniriinitiun from ii Riibncribor for vyIioho Htu'nding andiftflpQ.v U voik:Iiob for, Ami ns rtilqrtdHtl()n',;ii. which Uio gronlor portion gf our Sin to in in torosiud in n upoody solution of, wo reproduce it in tho' hopo I lint its .(iirj$flU4n" inny-lund to a rulicf which the entire cotton breudlli of tho State has long nought for. V .-,J.'. I'jibllo ClmtHcr, BoDattTHON CoUNTY, TlrXAB, 1 l 1 f MX HrJ'il- . V'. EM, NKWs-JThlnlting ' your piper llm 'brtl rnidTdiii for 1 oiioululing u few Menu fur tin consideration of llm ninny who nre interested in the mnnnifcniciiL or cot I on, a) W9II as, tl) Uiletnt of (lie pnnliicer of col loft, we hive thought a' few lviiiurktt on (hut subject would not be out. of plucn. Forthe protection of all parties, it i now thought rojer to kie sworn ulilic weighers, who pororm their duly tw h 'orably hi lint branch of business In Your oily, lor it in our honest cotivieiinn llml there Is'sotblng done In your oily whip honestly and fairly limn the weighing of ooltoD, and It la enually as impomut uini there l(onld be sworn olassers nud sam plers, all to be done, in a regular system, . foUou to'be weighed as Kuan as onrried into the press yard; then the ,10111 elans- ers temple and class il, putiinir the elass mark on each bule, and at tho mime lime put,; weight aid,ilas inni k, as well an tKe other" Inarks.' on' the sample puper; then the factor should bo force I to report weightrmsrks and elnss murks to tha shipper, and ihould be oompullcd te pul .jjwftoh, Rtaal silrlt ieeparale, aud veil etch class mark upon its own merits. Suirio would, ,loy they could Jivl... sell the poor cotton, .which would accomplish tho very bjeet designed '' 0 ' the specified r'guU .lioni. .When the . pioducer unco learned ifc would nnt py 1 hitn' t ed poor (elfon to ' market;" And bin line cotton oeuld not be luted In work off hie nelghber'e poor cotton, ho would plant ttm eiillivaie and, h'andle belter, liajj Jiorpjlme Jo il,eQte to raising grain, cetbnd nieat, and would realize ubhhicIi money for ten bules of fine ooltoii 11 be would for twonty balos of poor col ton, KaflW TleiluJUag' tlie tttrtv aiboiuH of Intul teams, cultivation and gathering. Kuoh a ftvregvltted tyetem ' would Boon produoc n uniform orop of aoodooUon, with (lie l.en- cnt of a qiianlity of rioli, fresh soi', iuid,afl -TBrnanlwtf umttauiir would imve no compe ition. Hijcli H."yati;m put in foree hy our . Ltgmlatore would protect tho 9hiiper,alJ to he pronpefily of our country, nml place ' Halreston beyond competition nn n murket. A t'" All Ml'. It. Ol'H .VIKNN.t I.RTTKU-IVa. j. ll'Miil Oirrpiipiiniliihro 6ftlie XtMut TlrMl.t. Vissa, Austria, April I t, 1X73. A aultitiuleof it i iTe rent nlator.icnl luive .tiMQ, pu,bUib(fd in regard to the dimou lioni of the Walt- Auilelliing ground ami bulldiagii,. mn of them; very far from being correct. , Some Unit slat ed that the a,f roailf jtce (oir nines square, oilier 3 iimt tliey contain four square milus, a wido dif fornw? Kind- both pf'" them wide of tbo trulhi Anl liato before slated, tna Prater TWntaini aheai, four s-juarj miles, or 2,500 an res, and the oil Ansnlelliiu grouiiila are located wiihin ibe Pnuer. They are AJMyLy)ae-enth. ,if. milo long, sumo iW'tWHrM W n-.oul" Wide, and sondun about 600 acres. The goYernment ?g elmnging Ibe lipJ of 'ilkf Banobe, aad 'the new channel rum "BaVrtbeEip0si1Iori,'lhe gioundg of which re tome fifteen feet above the river. The $J$f'Vftl.aH1l rich (first bottom), and rett upon clean gravol, varying from thiwef a bean to ttonet one or lw pounds in Tr'etgTft.-" '' VTiie grounds ilrfc' most; beautifully laid ut,ktfitB winding 'walks, groves, fountains, ,pyUoai, and bojs of - gaily bleoiuing flowtti."" fh" 'Germans fully un "'lerSlana "tW 'rt' of '.' gardening, and )jA,iot,ib.miged lo wait I'wr ualuro 1riei,:4tini,,but. cause the flowcre to bloom aooordlnij to ' tlieir deoires, and traSDW9tle,lvl Medh 'here or there, mi jU&n'OlMt fney, : for It is not an uu cbiBb"thlnJ! tf tee them moving and jHraa-tplaattng-with .. success, trees from ' HwtWe to eighteen Inbhet li tllametorBiid from twenty to fifty feet high. For the benefit,, pf tame .of- jurTfrjjinda at home 1 wNl try vTWrlb( bw it ieone. "-They kave a Steut wsgen with low wheels ton feet epart, and immediately over the wheetffSffln nSGrl "frbme, so eon itruoted that the rear end, together with Jhf kjnlaxUj, can b recoveJ. The wg rltwjMn Wkl up so that the tree tilaaaV ia4h eea tr of the frame. By the Id of chain t and pulleye the tree is li fted up and auspended with a' great aimJuntof . thua transported without ita ever finding ut that it ban tortn disturbed. IIMaTruetiirg alhsf thf buildings it atHAtf .M'iiUi pl! In order te'make 4oli4 Ye'undaWiir X( 1 Irr pTJaeipaT -laildlnjJ- ara 'wade of kriok, and itncl adornod with er 'olfTfjurei 0 pUtln firit. 'j' (the mera boilding it about three thous-)l',W't,i!IojBf,''rhly-foMr reel wide and leventy-lb'ree feet high. In the centre of tl kiliidiaf .'ia ,lh greatest rotunda in j l i. J ( H rf ! il- v ., -111; r fl w-' ' - ' EL. " .1 .-JU- " 1 A the world, mndo of wrought iron, and It three hundred and ferty. eight fnct In dl nineii'i' and two huadied a J fifty-two feit high, It is liuUheil with a buencaJt whioh fi'ouls 1)10 grand royal enlranoe, mid Is siiriiiuiiulod by a representation flt the linporUl crown, about twenty feet hlu.li, with the prccluiii stones imitated 'a glaiis, )ti arching from the main balldlng and nt right 'angles wilk It nre thlrty-two tiiinsepls, enoli two hundred sad forty feel by fifty feel, 11 ml folly feet high, The machine hall Is some two thousand six hundred fort long and one hundred itud twenty feet wide, and il laid to be the Inrgest roof In the world. The picture gnilsry il about six hundred feel long by one hundred feet wido. These buildings nre all handsomely msde andcevered with liivtnl roofs. Mukiug in all lonietbing like t'woiity-eight acres thus covered, Add ing lo this the reMuursnts, pavillioni and mutinous other buildings, there arc prob ably forty-live acres under louf. ' This immense rotunda is a wonderful Archileolurnl achievement, commanding not. only mliiiii'ttiinii, but almost astound ing one by i:s msgnitude. The l'anthsen at Home, llm lurgmt rotunda pievious lo tho construction of this one, ii one hundred aud' forty-one feet, in dlsmotfr, but Is built of solid nnisoiiry. The world renowned rotunda of iSi. Peters in Home Is one hundred and lliiriy-nino fnct In diameter Init little more than one-third the siie of the Well AuiMleUuiig rolun In. . Xo coiiulruiit this fatuous edi fioe, pll's were first driven deep into (lie ground, and iijiou I'khC, columns of solid masoDry uli,jit twelve feet square and some twmiy feet apurt were ended. Whsu they had retohed the height of four feut ftbovo the Ut ijiindj ihe wrought iron ring thai was lU' lea dtd to support tho outer end of the gird' or, was hi il upon them, and then by menus of screws raised up about three feet, mid the iiign'cnt of a hollow wrought iren column, perhaps eight foot tquare, was lajd under the riug and upon the columns of uisiunry. This process wai repeated until the rinpc was brought up to the ri u uired height, some hundred and icvenly-fivb . fiiet. The ring lutended In . support 1. 1, 0 inner end of the girders, made also of heavy wrought Iron waa then made upon Ihe ground In the center of the building. Now, by meaus of pullcyi, it was raised some fifteen feot,apd a heavy wooden tretitle work built under it; again raised, aud auew seotion of ties. lie work built, aud so, step by step, brought up lo its plaoe, aome two hundred feet. The girders, like the oelumni and rings, hollow, and of heavy wrought iron Wire made upon the ground, and by meaus nf pulleys rvised to their pluoe, and after being securely fastened, the trestle work under the center ring was removed, and Ihe prtnuipul frmncwtrk of the vast edi floe was completed. It was with great interest that we watched the growth f this framework. A few days before we first visited Ihe grounds, oae poor fellew had met his death from the slipping of the pulley oil' the end nf the girder, allowing it to full. In all, three men were killed during the erection of the rotunda, Above the ccMsr ring Ibe slrueture was carried up perhaps fifty feet higher, anl upon the lop re.it tli 4 before nienlioued crown In ihn oontre of tho retuud is to be a fountain.. Throughout the grounds are scattered a vast number of buildings de signed lor di lie re 11 1 putposes. Heals 11 rants, oonducled after Ihe style of differ ent nationa litits, a residenoe fur the Imperial family, also houses called pavil lions, built by different members of the aristocracy, as l'avillion Schuarzouberg, i'avillion Koburg Ootba. Houses show lug the styles ef dwellings in different hinds, an Alpine hut, a Russian dwelling a Turkish dwelling, baiar and oafe, a group of buildings erected by the Viooroy of Kypt, a log cabin and au Indian wig. warn. WKl.T ADSSTELLUNQ. t'rain It It hnriNoll. IliniARDioN, May 12, 1878. N Ill K.IIUn'ol' tlm Mini lUruM. A Sunday School and Temperance pio nio was held nt the Montvnle school Sal urday last. The festivities were opened hy singing, whioh was delightful not bo- oauie ef any particular excellence of the inuslo, nor because the ladies and gentle uienj composing the ohoir looked so very well, but simply beoause it was well se lected and natural. Next, a prayer by Paisou Jake Houtb. Afterwards another song or two, nui nooording lo previous ar ranreiuenland iuvilntiou.Kev. Dr. Wilburn of iMllas.itepped forward, and delivered an able and eloquent address upon the lub jects of Sunday Schools and temperance. He wai followed by Parson Jake Koutb, in much tho same vein, with only this ex ception : Parson Houtb flung a little more spice over "Ai's pudding," in the way ef nneoJolts, Next in order, and at pre cisely thi right lime, and in the most elo quent bruins, another speech wai made: It was announeed that grub was ready I "Ah, then and there waa hurrying to and' fro," aaiia una of the most exciting and pleasurable scenes of the whole day. Voting' and old, male and female, alt in graceful confusien rushed for their provi sion basket's, and in less time than it takes to tell it, everybody was busily engaged In discussing the numerous substantial aud the thousand dellcims edibles that erowdid in rapid succesaion upon each other, ' up and- down thai long , plcoie dinnor labia la, the prairie. ' These pleasures over, with, the happy throng sata mora arranged themselves inside and around the ichoel house. After tome very fine singing, Col Joba B. Floyd entertained Ike people for while with an interesting speech upon temperance generally, and temperance orders. He was listened to with marked attention. Your correspondent intended 10 fellow him, In a publlo sjieunh on thl occaMon, but happily fur him and hi" ora. loriotil ore lll, ho was lust then busily Cifed nn the out tide of ihe Inline, iu de livering a private Hpeenh to one of Ihe beautiful daughters of the city of Pallas, Next after Ilrother I'loyd, oaina tmuu uioio excellent singlng,aud then Ihe Interchange nf censralulalliiui and farewells, On ihe whole it was a grniid old day in northern Pallet, and every oue there, old aud young, ii'inned lo think it was "gouJ I be there," Among Ihe vinitori from a distance, we nelioed the cheerful lace of our li.lruted young friend, t'harlry Morris. Also, I)r, Tilbiirn and others, from l.ilb. .After the dispersion of the visitors, t lie Templnri met In council, Mid union g olhor buslnessdnne.ltwni ordoredllmt the Dalian Herald and McKlnuey Kuqiiimr ami Moj- seiiger be requested to publish the pro ceedings of the day, On buliulf of the Lodge, the Kuqiiiror and Messenger nre hereby requeued lo copy from the Herald these proceedings Your friend, I!HMIAI1U!N. Law I'a I'd s. J OlIN .M. HI i: 11 M 0 -N S, UalUt, Ti-aiin Will nriltle 111 sit I'm oiiii'H ol llm l-llli dUli l. t n.l I'ullmt Klulm i:oiiil. olliite- tver I'lark Prjuii'ii, nl-Yl-ilty WM. L .WILLIAMS. 1IIMIT. H. BKAY yyiLLI AMS & SHAY, AT'l'lllimKYS AT I. AW, Dallas, . - Tkjcas. OMi'S Over Ali & Vagiwr's . liii'.Vi -no jinl 1 ,r n. I). UOlMi HANOI' It, Attoi-noy-nt'Iinxv, Dam-as, Texas. aJ-vl-illy QTIAS. T. MOlililSS, ATTOHNKY AT I. A IV, DALLAS, Fell. '21lo.lljr TICXAS. II. II. .HuenJ. Ost-ar K, 1'ililn.v. SNEED & FINLAY, Attorneys at Law, 6Mly J M.TIIUEMONJ), ATTORXKY AT LAW, Dallas, Tkxah. vkics Flt Hlclu I'uMie Siinain, firnl Jiliwr of nt'on, inry hi Kniitou'i ItiiiUini; KUdlf liiinkcrs. Ya m, II. yAM't.N. M', II. Tii"M,s. QASTON & THOMAS, AND DKALKHS IN EXOHAXHK, IXSHUAXCK AMM'ttUKlTISli A(;EXTS, SWLYK'S MSW IS lrI LI) 1X0, north side of1 s uakb, Dallas, ----- Tk.xas. MiiitIi i,llT:i.-ly s. j. apahs J. L. LKON.UtP Dallas, Tkxas. We are pernianenlly locnlrd in Ibis eily and do a general Hnnklrg Business. We buy and sell exchange on NEW YOBK, NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS GALVESTON, & HOUSTON', And all the principal towns and cities in the soiilh-wcet. Wt draw direct on the lending eitics of Tnio) , and nleo deal in gol d, silver r.nd ourrencyand wake collections at all points in Ike South. Dalles, Oetober2S, 1372 -If. Eslalilishttl Jannary lsl,tS6(i, r C. JORDAN & CO., I3nllan. XexiiM. R. P. AlXSPAl til, - - (ashler rirniT 1'i.tm papki insnii:TKi at bkami.x. ABLK BATEK. t IIHF.I THINS MIDli on al pans of ike Inlon anil rrmlllsd ftr prnmnlj QOLP, SILTKIt AND Cl'liltKM T JlOl'dltT AND 3(LP W ilniw st llil for Gold aid ('aire mosnts to suit : ('rrrapoailrnm, HWTOttK, ' HweiMua, Perkins I Co., til Yl'nll St. 8T. Lot: IS, lUMiUnnx'n KaTln(Inniltiitii)K. KRW oni.KANS. Perkln, Swriuoa Co. OALYKSTON. Pull, llutflilnci Co. OPEN rKO.1l 9 A. M. till .1 1. V. INSCBANCKDEPARTMEXT. Yfe re ntii fur Hi following Firtt C'ah ln arnn ConifBuleii, nml tk riki nt rit tatitb liwhed by thf lplli Hour ef CnJfrvitti,r! fllANKLlX MI.K INSl'RANCK (XI., nf PUIM Intila, AmU, -..$3,.1I,3U S4 ABTFOBil KIltB INSCltANCK CO., of llitriroi I.Cjnn., AutU f:,;i,ooe 00 ITATI msCBANl K CO., of nanlhnl, M.. Pwih Ktm't iVnoii 00 MERCHANTS WUTUAIi I.IKR INSI'RANcis CO., ol OilTtnn,Call AWKlfnll fMl. im.im 00 TTXAS UANK ING AMD IN.it RAXCS CO., ofllilTMlon, ftik Ciil'ltnl lll,000 00 rLANTKXS' INHlIKANCIi (XI., f IIomioii, Torn", Co'li Cillal Mi,oon no T. i JOHDAX f O. vlnt-swly naiwHitMumoi iW 1 4iriMC'lt'. "W.V, IUSIIAI.L. T, P. BASMI.L. Wliiili'salciuiil Ki'tall Dfitlt'r In "Dry Ooocifli BOOTS, BIH.IDJ AND CI.0TH13, DALLAS & COnfilCANA, TEXAS. MIIIIIK.'iT I'llli K r.WliFoIl I'liTTliS, Wool, llll'KS I r O M c r H tf 2 jH C- I 0 r y z: ' oa ? 2 n w 52 ? D1 n n H l H H M 5 0 MSB! r ? 2, M i i 'A S5 a 3 -a - 5 a LUCK, JETT VOO., ArI10Lr:SALH Gi'ooers, AND DliALEItS IN BAQGniGAND TIES, Cob. Elm'S: Lamar Sts. D.VLLAH, Texas. vlii! l.ltf WHOLESALE AND RETAIL jnocsns, C0TT9JII!lllCI)l!XTIl'PR01)l:i:El!0l!(llll Dallas, Texas, nl-vl-ilt.r S, .l.uu'H T. J. firoumii S. J'OJJ US k CO., PALES IN FAMILY (ntOOKUIES -AND JPirovissloris. KKXT IlbOIt TO ADAJIrt LKNOitP'S BASK Elm stroft, - - Dallas, Texas. tl-nj-llly . 3. Clink, Jiio. II, Bryan, QLAlUv itlUlYAN, WHOLESALE AMI HI.TA1 1. M'Al.IlliS IN DRY-GOODS AND cm O C E II IBS, IIAKDWAItE, STOVES AND FA II M 1 NO 1 M P I, K M K S T.i A!o don genernl lliititvitif; .mil I'XrlniiigpbiKiiKvii W't ftlite of tin Square, l-vl-.llv.i PALLAS, TKXAS Boots and Shoes. ;. bt-ii.iikn;;y. w. ,i. iictciiixs. el LH .HNX Y k HUTCIIINS MUCCESSOKS TO W. J. HL'TCltlNS, IN WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, AMD NOTIONS, Franklin St., under the Hutehins House Houston, - - Texas. 3- Agent for Hie Snlentnll Clooitu mn-iiifar-lurM lij Uio ' iloJitoii City Jlill"nuiltli"Kuri). kn Jlilln. M.iroh 21, l7.",.-nSlrl:.Wm Soda "Water. YY D. ZACIIliY, manufacturer of SODA WATER AND SYRUPS OF ALL KINDS. Special Attention ijivin to all 0rr Inuled to hii tart. II la Witeon w ill ,llivr nil city orT, suil orders from the ei nntiy reni tlullj tolUileil. Elm Street, Dallnii.Texn. 1.12-lf a. i,ua; & co. Soda Water Manufacturers Wholesale Dealers in Ice. Ire deliveml to ill i.nrt of lliocily enty morn iu(. Onlera nay be irft at tlwir Sodn. Factory On Pacific Arcune. Wo hate al.o entabllilitd a ilml X .. l. Friend A Co' Wli.'lcialt l,iiiior Smir, wliertice may LioklalumUtall aouri during Ilic day. iu - Currency! A. hmW CAPEBAIV'S ' FOR " CURRENCY WITHOUT .DISCOUNT! I ?10 ADVANCE m PRJCES. And Ten Per Cent Deducted Where Specie , is Paid My slocli cmbrscel every arllitle lo be found in a first-cls Grocery Store and consi.Ms In imrt of Fine Old Whiskies, and Liquors of every dcforiplion, aud a'aon. plcle usHiirtuirtit of l'oici!n and Douiestio t'ijjiii'S uud Tobsreos. Call and inspeol Biy siook, SOUTHWEST CORNER MAIN AND MARKET, (ioods Dctlvtml to all parts or the CIlj FREE OF CIIAKGE oiMlm ' A.M7klEfp"& CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ' " ' J M HI IB K OU9 i-Xjalla X 1ST ID JS, DALLAS, TEXAS, UJ3ISKIJ.S, 15liiMJIi:S, Willis, RIIiI.S, uitti:rs i.iiiMtJtn.u a li) aw I'ourau, And a complete list o( nil iu title la llteir line, ' Cigars cnci Tobacco o lusiiiriN, in lj!ie' (''unlitics, unrt lor tale J ut clit-aict raits. ' Atta(lrl to tlitir liisiiiCM is a SA1MPLE IvOOM J. BERaNSTEIN ' tt CO., WUolesalo Olcjtliiers, CORNER STRAND AND TREMONT STREETS, Galveston, Arc des..il lo announce tlmt iliclr Stik of Gtulleiiieu'i jtpriiiK nd Sumnier Clotlilng Ii campltts cominliimi! n Litrgo and Fxtenslvo nn ASMrlnmnt m aiiy'ona would wii.li lo llml In any market, whick tl.oy offer to Hie Trails at rteanonalde 1'i lr.M and on LiLiiial Tin nn. Tiny nnjiocl fully l.ril (ho ixnnl. imllon nf tlmir stuck I'eforo piircluuing elsnwliern. . ' diiBJ-Smon "i7icWsd? co.. GROCERS, AND DEALERS 1N" fiiqKoi'S Tobacco, Scg'ars, Wood ami Willon-Varo Fhltin Taclil, Annsnjition, Uic, ' Noutii Side op the Public Square, on Main .Street, Pallas, Texan, Ki-liruary e, '73-notloiaof. Miscellaneous. N & J . H . SLEEP E Rf Wliotcwlo and Belnll P-nlsra in IIAIS, CAPS, EOOTS AND SHOES, AN'P GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3, ELM TRKET, fit'dCm PALLAS, TKXtS jyAXLAS CITY BAKERY, EOHisry & LOUPOT, . rROPRIKTORS, At llicir 8!il Stand on Main Street. YVliero they liars Iu stors a Urge aniortroent of Conrcftloncrlcs or nil Kinds, tanned Goods, ejsters, Sardine s, Dried Fruits, Etc, Etc., I He will alio llnvo Fresh Bread, Roll, Cakes, Ete., In eiory Taristy. Tliank fill for tlm Pt liberal nntranan bellowed onlilm huaskii a continuance, of tlm nnn. Kept 7, WAlf.da BOIINT MlttrOT QRO. r. AUHRH, Unlvuston. W.O.TKAl, YV'axaliachlo. r. il. CHiLnnms ft. Loittt. AFFORD, MILLER & VEAL, 0!) .Siraiiii, Gnliiiton, Tntiu. Alfovtl, Vonl Ac Co., 218 X. Commercial St., St. Loals, Mo. Cotton Factors, General Commission Merchanls, AXD PinCHASIXO AGENTS. Bussimr mid Tie" fnrnljlied at low, at ca,li ratM, to be .li' for licn cotton Ii old. Orders nt lo.ltli. r fioowfor Mrcbil'llM, Plantation SHiMillos.Farai t'teniillf, Machinery, etc., pnunrtly flllrd. lvit for uli on Sew Tort, Xew Orleans mi St. Looil Mumms. T. C. Joaois Jt Co., Bankors, Dallns.Tex an, will male litural adranoee on coinlRHineiiti t lllior of the abow bourns. fjno. 0, ISTlkW: I r Notice. ON AND AFTER HAT S; TflE HOC lAYf will bo enloivcd. All hogs found within tho incoriioratyd llmlu of llli city after that day will bo ukun uu and aold. THOMAS FLYNK, C!fy Marahal. April 84, 1873, 83d t. i LL WHOLESALE ORDERS FOR, A ahonld lit tddreaad to E. H. CubloR, Hoaaton, whoee stock la Inimouak. and prices below cn pkt Ition. March 9, U73..'Jtl:ll Currency! 1". JN -THE .REAR. ISdtf TexAr, UallaH, Tcxumi. riij'sicLins. D (ll l'ilKS P. A J. S. ( AlllilMiTU.N, IX TESXY.'ON'S XEW BUILDIMa, (ippislli. AiluniH A l.ci 'iisi-d's Bank. i'.M Jjli. T. WILLIAMS, Surgeon & Physician OFfR'K AMI KESIPKM'R AT XII B PKPCT IUffl ITOl ELM 8TKKKT. , He ofTtTS It fa prurt-Mioiml tprvlma (o (h clllnl of iJiillsiH And tho niiri-oiuillnic coiiHtry, iitltf D 11. J. W. MILLER, Physician anil Surgeon, ItcKpectfittlv infornm thecltiwiHi ofDntlm lk lie urmlmituil in the Virginia (itiile Medical Ctll'l Mnn li, IS'il, v.na mii'l!voii at fliyii bornn Horlll Hlilniioii.1, V.l, diiriinttlnwar. That was ' Hie Inritot in tlm Onleil.iacy, Iliere was ample rooui lor 3,iS iailcnt. Hb bus Iwea in ,l" practice !n Virginia (nun tho eloae of tin war nn til lue 2Mt day ot Iwccmlier 1S7, when he left ' Toxai, km lociited in Hila city and otftn lit "r tIcci t Ihe public, itrter to Memre. Clark Bry ill, olUceand ruldence X.rlh of Caailerliiaa Prcbvterian cbarch, helwetn Uoaatea aa JJ"r tM etrrata. Ta n&4M ciY. KSI.LKR. 1. 1. W. PHAIM JELLEK & PIIARES, XicMitlcnt Dentift, OIHce on Main atroef, north alda of pub, irn ei Pra . Elliott I StMcnsou'i drug store, , Dalian, - - Texai. OIHce hoiira froial e'eleck a.m.. until 4 p. nt. nSd.l-nii3w JJKS. MAE1A BINGHAM, , I pr.pare.1 to entertain Hoarder, st h"""'"" near the corner of Oommerco and Markt P'rJ ' and linlti patronage. . - ' JEED k SALE ,". STABTjH, elf, Where I will Wia-siVJOyda- ana (fi" "T" '"' tiou to stock left l my caarge, mj a. - , "If I Don't Oivt SaUtfaetitn U wy JVIreiu, 1 make no Charj. , Com to the wall-known SALE AW2 FEED STABtB. On Market, at. Mala arnt urn " Dallas, k2$dCn 'Texas. tA.W KtMS VXflJ xHUVai HLJ f : ) '