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J. N. ATU4lllvr, S,.mml Minn1. Billll'jr. - 'TA,flr1r ila-Ali Siu'a ljijr. -. ' w f f r m "' ,!',, " b,'e' t A lymnasium school U l le min J' jT rf l'n8 I Jlack Maria. Allfot'ar.BnU aluriK wlili liia'walnuia. wMt4 A. or two' of I vpboiJ fever in the 1 1 iron -An home. fence la lo lnolose tlio court ?l'!W ladies' rafeolury it lo ba opened, ou lra itreet. Our aiarelianlii gonarallr, arc pulling iip"h!lohln posts. ' Tli innvinlloss re In mil Intend to settle llieir bills. ,AA aaliidia llghf Is lo rlit put on tha bridga. Tbt'i wbnl " limy" any. i'-rMUi'W lo be UgliieJ by electricity whenever we Iikvo ft lluindor sloim. f It tlitiitand peojla at ten led llie lif ft rut clinrobsa in am oily Sunday. Jff tifpti Bif block! .of brick buildings ,arq,,o ,bi oeinuieneed l once, on Dim treat. VWi have lirtoon bowling alley, con sequently ..Dallas . ia nut without Jior MriU.";';-;;' ;;vL " There Is a dwelling Jn tliis city tilth lt"wlalo'wi('ra V, containing two plug bal (o tkt n). i ! ; i ' ' . '. ' ' -'Bight hundred copies of the Dailv jJIilUi-ri Wr lold, yesterday, out-sldo o I the rtgatriroulntin.'j , , , .1 I Kdilo.ra and studeuls whu alny up Into in D1Im kavo their miniled put out by Mae persistent llltlo "millers." j,. One lager beer saloon In , this cily implies forty,, Lege of boor down the tkroats of its eitalnmera daily , 'tLiohioVeir cholera Is stopping agood maay .ropstcrs, from erosrlng, nnj a good msnr bene from laying, In lMUs oounty. rsTba l'1!1"- ISM f 1U are forming a soolety for" Ilia purpose of establishing a library suitable to'thiir ooinprolieusiou Soros' iiuman bones wero exoavated, about Ufa miles from the oily, yesterday by aomaboyl who were digging a iiiinin- ture wH.(y n . 1 Every young married man in I'allaa ar JVhcthar he goes into any othor business ar aotla pretty aura logo info the nuwory r 1)tilu"'in tb end. w . A little eon of a Mr. Krowu, living In north part, of lh oity, hutoheied up ( ia baud in a harrowing ruaiium', yoler dry, by falling 9U an open penknife, while running. , i : - f l--The maa that called aiotber a liar on Main street yeijlerdiiy hs been lookiu through our Raattrn eicdnngci for a man ufactory of glana eyea, cork nosca and in dla rubber moiilhi.' ,"rTh DalliH raan who followed a ulreei ' ar light, the other niglil, Inking it for will-o'-the-wisp, is to he presumed with a pair of tiaau paper lights to danco a ,tHighland fljng in, at the mat aiiron. i Tin Brown vrollopcd one of hU neigh bor'a youngling', just sbaut dinnertime yeaterdajr, nnd in the afiernooa received a gttihlBg' invitation to giro his obituary aetiee Into the newapnper ollioea nt ouoe. A harat hilobod to Angles & Nagle'a foundry, frightened at the escaping steam from the foundry boiler, snapped lii.i bri dle in half, and in springing over a do- ppressioa jn the ground, fell and broke li in lag. ffV'-Tbtfliaa wh waiaeen to slyly carry of a blanket b-ingieg on a fence on Kim treat, is informed that b needn't be a bit av.alamed, is a polecat had slept on it a few koura before, and the ' owner has no fur. ther use for it " ' ' - ' W owf muiivj wtlicr lunn iliugv fill Uia-irue-posters, will b brought into our oity by a (alias $entleman, who was attodlilOf'i la buy .them in Mew York, from aa honest organ grinder, who assured him fc$tUy'inr tnrery thing to have in the frttalvsKB !rf M 'V - 1Hriesf nurse allowed hnd-car-r1age'((onifnlng a little babo to run down "h 'fniDaBirieht near 'Mr. Field's real. SeVce' pn''Matn itrsct, yesterday Proal ' VlValfy!!r'praerrcd Its equilibrium down the (jcoUrfW, ad no damage was Bit Charles, of. tha Alhatnbra (Doed nqt kyeastoaishej -liiat we thank bim for I liPf!!ljf t" Ml P ''.' contain ed ifir gi"si On Monday evening. For rapture) jitceoraes in , third bJt ytjtaiivjaaaUia rLiio iag rat, .lundMnie you g wiJowex.djhy third. ; . r Aa-add-iady waat ta tbs butohers', yesterday, and after purchasing- lorn neat, aha set tba baakot containing akaate: by Cams a a ugiy man, aati sub ?. '-. r .-.... i.... i . .- Jtltuung Bis awn Dasaet ivr uin, uiarcat u stlikdt; - on turning arouoieka found sttvUakat one 'an4 snother eonlaiuiag . ait1!atnskiUeBS, ia itt "Ue. A gaawiaaaaa . .raaidiag on Hons ton alreat sat rnimMftiVlM f40t of M' Tr.'aa Tring, so aa tatatth aaflctursal ,anwjnl Ikat Vil tried lo niUMa his toes.' .- la tba sjlddlfofTtkrg!i the straightened phVWflyAf aat raa hi tea is) wkera tba. -MatouMaafalJta go," this' waka him ,iip,' Jdi5Taer1ig ths ai'ustioa, he addreaiad hi Jbr la akia aaguat snanaers "If you aijii'ajiyoifa'to sae that confounded aid Suae,' by stopping up that bole, be " may gnaw away at yau every night, nhd aaaeraed," Tba announcsiaont was do souser pla- curded nhout the slreeia, that Ihe tuaiu moib house of Messrs, (Jus U n K Co, would dispose at pnli! io nuiory, Ihelr nisguiilcent slock of l'arlur, Chsiaber and Dlalag' room Furniture, as well at table wars, &e,, than a large number of ladies wet promptly oa hand lo obtain Ihe llns bar gains offered, We observed a most ele gsMtuhamber'SCt, worth sold at If80, vrbile another sot for J 1 60, three pieces of which wire' worth over these fig urea. Tlieis1 iali. will ooutlniif every afiornoen ni.d erenloij.' unill furthsr rotloe. Now is the time to get your bargain.. Mots forward lo the front. Tlie V ill ur of I.lmr. This, Ihe must reliable of aleslphannlos, should he plentlUUy sprinkled about ths premises of every houss in I he city. Es pecially should all tke oul-buildings be suppllud la abundiinoe with It. So pow erful is ila disinfectant prinolple, that It has been known to preserve llie health of one side of a street while the ocuanta af the opposite side were being swept away by some terrible aoourge, as though by a soy ihe. "! In the summer of 1807, when the eily of Galveston was visited by iho most violent ytilluw lover epldemie Ihat it hue known lor years, it was iiniluenbls that where lime Has generously used and lis distribu tion fieiiueiitly renewed, ihat ihe propor tion of deaths was much less, and Ihe cues of a milder type. The season is now upon us whin Ibis article May bt employed la great advan tage, nud the houlth of ilia oily preserved le Ihat stundunl which will be of a very material and a very general value lo it. l-'ram UclUiiiip. ( ' l ; Bklk.nap, Tkxas, May 1, 1873. To tlii K'lllor of III Dallu llai alil I As this country is vecy soon to be made tributary to Ike Texas railroad earner (Uallas), perhaps some information of it may be of interest to your readers, and as I have but lately adopts! Young oounty, and have been nil over il, I will give a description of it, Slid enumernto soma of its rjseurocu' a.l.T" ' ' -J First, it ia so farremevod from any ma larious region, end entirely without any apparent local cause for sickness, Ihat il moy well be said to bens healthful a coun try ai there in on (he globe. It is situate in latitude Rli", both the grains, fruits and vegetables of the East sin States, and Ike great tuple, oetton, being successfully grown,.,. Ths Draios rivor runs through ii; about ontt-lhlrd limbered, nvd Iho rest pruirie; good water generally obtainable at from twelve lo thirty feel; nn nbun dunce of curly inesiiuite grass, and there fore not surpassed as a slock oouniry. It has resources of Irou and nlokul ore, pot-J ler and lire clays, naliit'js, ami any am ount of tlio bent . of , sloiio Ooal. The lng-ai;o '-abandoned - reservation,' comprising many of Ihe flnest lands lu the oeuntry, is now rnpldlv koLI ling with pre empting, aud,a jiorfcot rnsk is coming for selections; tiood landa ean ho bought at from 1 fiO to $H per aote. Wo are not strong now, but by this lime next year, from all prospects we have, will ba the center of not less than &,C00 families of new comers. Ha hurry up your railroads, for we will have in store for you a big trade ' Respectfully, J. 0. DICKEY.' .. , ; . KI.KUTION NUT1CK. - WiiRasAS, There are now vacancies ex isting in llin Council of Ihe city of Dallna, caused by the resignations of Aldermen K. P. llryan and Charles Copy, of the First ward, and 0. M. i-wink and F. Aus tin, of the Second ward, and M. Theveuet and W. II. Gaston, of llie Fourth ward, heretofore tondei-ed, and accepted by ma. Now, ihorclore, I, lion. Long, Miyar of Ihe cily of Dallas, lu accordance and by virtue of section 17 of au aot incorporat ing iho said city of Dallas, appioveJ April 'JO, 1871, and section 0 of an aot amenda tory of and supplementary to said not, ap proved March 8, 1873, do by these presents fix and designate the aUth day of May, 187:!, as, and on which tba especial eleo lo till said Vacancies thatt ba bolden. In' testimony whereof I have afiixed my oflioial signature, this Ibe 1.1th day of May, 1M7I1, in my ollice in the cily of Dallaa. . HEN. LONG, Mayor. Extract from Section 7 of ihe new charier of ihe'' city of Dallas, showing Ibe boundary lines of the wards; ThiU'aiolil olhcrwisa divided under the provisions of this net, Hie city shall ba di vided into four wards as follows, lo wit: The first ward shall embrace a'l of the oorpornle limits bounded by tbo river on tht, west, 1 lie corporate line on the, south, Akard and Sycamore streets on the east, aud I'uoifie avenue on Ihe noilk, and shall be entitled to elect, by its own vole aloof, three aldermen. The second ward shall begin at tho river on l'nuifio avenue, aud run thence with eaid avenue to Sycamore street, theace with 8yoamora lo Dulling Ion street, with lJullingloa to Kosa street, with Ross lo Masten street, with Maaten to MoKinney Itoad street, with MoKinnay Koad aireet lo ibe north Una of the ally, theaca with said Una to the Triaity river, and dawn the rivet ta ths place of begla nlog, aad hll be entitled ta elect, by its own vole slope, two aldermen. TLa third ward shall embrace all of the oerporata limits east of the sccoud ward and Syca more street, and noith of Main street! and shall be entitled to aleat, by its own votl alone, three aldermaa. The fouilb war- shall embrace all of tha corporate limit east af tbs first ward- and south of May street, and shall ba aatitled to elect, by owa vota alone, two aldermen. Testa : , C, 8. MITCHELL, Secretar AJ )-' . Illa a a ahoaa, : Repirttd tor lh Herald by W, 0; Bandall m ffoaieas' Kipped Tegged framflta $18; VT omens' Cloth,- Sawed, $15 la 24; .Wgaiaat'Jid SewaJ, $15 to 24; MJea' Kip, pegiea, $10 CO ta IS CO; th, Sewed, $12 ta 18; Kid, Sewed, 16 t21: UtW -Crcgans, $18 to 18 60 baa' Heavy; Kip .Hoots,' $M to 60; liana' Pegged Calf Shoes, $24 to 80, lens' Pegged Calf IWr Sa3. ta 60; Bo Kip Brozans. 512 to is 60; Coys' Ripsoau, $24 to 3I, Hoys' Calf Shoes, 910 til The most nonular toba.ico:houin t Louis ia that of Frtd. Oppeuheidr, N. 1 IK X.irth Second stiset. Call ohiu. THE MAILS- rlv-n. .1 I .Ml It HI , I J I I N'irl lu rii mull , HiiiImoii mull toil iiriii mill! - '' Tjrlri iiihII uiai,m li'iiiiin limit 1 1 (Jl-l.i.iu i.i.il I':"" llullj 1 1 im (rum IMIIih In M .In Muni- lisi-lil, in l,ii(in on Uurmlsy, Aiill 1M, lsvlu llnlllil, Ml u p M UiMr. Iiimiii (row M ii is lii )i ill. Hun Jny r uin Itnlonm, W I I.I.I M .KlNKH, P.M. Thk slookholders in Ihe Ileal Dtlale Uulldlug and Havings Association of Dal las are hereby notified thill lliote will be Itnokholder's muoliDg or suid tissociuliou, held at ihs'olliuiof Oastoil & Tlmum on Thursday, the lAni Insl, til 8 o'olocli r. u , for lh adnpllon of by-laws ami other Im portant marters, KOIIT 11. I KAY, HOil'Jt Hrorolary. 'li'aiii.k property for anlo nt auctioii, Saturday hel,al one o'clock. 80.UI AL'U'.JI'-NICINAL'I.T. A vhf, Jenkins & Auli. will poeltlvfly sell at auction, falurday, May 17, some of llie finest property la the city. ""J'1 Call and examine a fresh invnico of vegetables at DAVES TORT & HUTCHINSON f, 6fld2t Kwiuk's block, Ulniii. Thin tiikm oi t-TIio Modocs in thtbnva Beds, and Iho hugs In your llltlo Oo lo lloskins .Si Co.'s nud Ret n betile ul 1!. U. ExtermiiiMof. V0J1 w ,MIIKK t IIiii.hks lire th" buicist paper nianufsoliirers in the Wesi, and eill till all orders far piper of nil kinds at less price than any house in St. l-oun. Mer chants ami stationers can order direct from their house in St. Louie. '"'"'M THE AUCnOW er FURNITURE, ETC as i-'.NNsrsa TO-DAY, AT JP.M. 60SLIN & co:s Becarlyand secure clwlce bucgalih (tulu In lie eont in iipiI inry irmilng tlr I wei-k. Yit mimt csiieelHlly Imlo I tie 1,-iiIIim In iliiinl IhcHUMiti-H, iiinl ill imvii l.ut it' tli room reserved fur l!i"in. Or.D papers, suitubi for wrapping pa per, for nle at tho Hbami counting-room in iiuauliiies lo suit mi ch-isers. ; Tiik. Dallas Ki:i a.m Jon 1'rintikh Orrii'M has been reroved lo MI in street, between Market, am' Austin ulreuls, three Jnors from Adams ,'I.eoiiar.i'sbnnli. 7-iml Stongall i Co, hvc received n large in voice" of detail! iiroiuos, which raufo in prices from 75 i.'iits lo if HI. They lire? perfeot gems of i t. Call and see tbrm. M. Thevenel- i- the n'uthorixed agent for Ihe Odd Fellers' Joint Stock (,'ompany. lie is lo be fond every day, from ii A. ji. to 12 at Od Fallows Hall. tildlm ! A 8,1c at .iiitilun ol'i j lloitffliold Goods, atj GOS!V & f.'O'S, TIHSj ! AHenoon at H o'clock: j Qncnswarc,GIaN arc, j j Pitted Goods, CarxK'lM, j ; OI Cloths, etc. -' KciilMi-kf. Fish sleek of Havana nnd Domestic Cigis received per exprcn at ihe v KKSTL'CKY, 60d' Car, Main ami Market Suecls. .larob stock of purs drugs nnd mcdi clts for sale oheap, at lloskins & Co.'s. jiidlw ins purest wines, binnJy and whisky, f medical purposes, at Hoskius & Co.'s. :76dlw y Littlk Stare around the corner, on Jef- jirson streal, two doers from .Mum street. bo best af wines and liquors. Also, geat for K. liruuswiok's billiard tables, mpraved cushions. W.M. K. OllRICK, tJOdlm Pioprictor. DR. I. L. JOHXSOX, Office in Sr. Hayncs' Drug Store, NOETHiAST COB. HJBI.lt! SHUAIlli. Bestdeaca Dallas Sprlnss. 7tMiw u THE ALHAMBRA 'ihUt Wines tad Lliu.rs to U round nt tli" pepilar wloon ot Wood & Fleming, Jefferson, bet. Slain & Elm sts. The oulv hoiiM In the cltj wli.re Alo and 1'i.rli-r arc kepi n dmnflit IMtt RANCHE. SALOON E. 0. TARRANT, Prcji'r, " South Side of the Square, Up Stairs FONT ffOBriT, TEXAS, F. M. HANKS & CO., ATTOHWEYS AT I.AV. -AMi I I j L A N I ) Af. i EiNTS, ! Of KICK-IN Till: HAVMiS' llUlI.UINO VoJiuvoti I it it' unit unit of lliuli'il ill Ditltun nn-1 .in r'"Hi.ii p-nmilvH, IiuIIi tlllllOt lll ttiul I ,"liltll OV ll. AI-' ii lni ;i' Hit "I' Iho 'm1' 'Ir -lrnlil. i) ii, j, is cmx risii't:ju'Y, K.iiiii-lv-)i'lllni;, !' Illiis ami IIii-'Iiu-mi l. -ii.tn i-iiiinii ..ul ! lit" i lt'. Alii'. il-i noii i.i,i',"i. '! wiiii li itii l..".iti l.y iitllii'6 at tlm oilifi.-. .'ci!il .llrlilioM I. r:iltil lo lii Lots . "io by 1(H), (11 tin. Hanli'.i Al'tllli'ii, mi li'' Av.'iiuo tiii't.Siin .'.t'.inl'i Mn-i'l, wiilili wo -..fli-riit $100 (;ol) r.At'ii, liiilt'Citciii illlii li.liiilir.fltiJ nuoilliv Wit liiivn fscililics for tlio collection of I'liklio Free ImiIiooI Voncliers will buy tlii'iu at .t reason utile ilisoounl, or advance cusli ou tlicm, to be deducted when ool lecled. v; biive just received 10,1)00 acres of land ceiiill'MiteH, viz : li W?, Vi R'ls hiic lliird of len-jen and l!f "Os, trbicli wo offer for wiilu at the market rntcs. They have perfected nrrangempula by whicli lliey will keep thi'miche? supplied ih lout; " "icy are 10 lc had in the mar ket, and will it 1 i orders when ri'iiiired. Will .M-ti. I.jii.I d-i-tlnVat.-s far iiii.-ri.,irlli f Ihe kind. Will piil'.ct 'iitlfB to land mid -ai'in t CIl.ililH. ti, WHOLESALE IX!tv atm C' ii . w Wo have just received the largest tween ui. Louis and (jaIiclon, aud now jiusaiuiu ruiv.1. We have two hundred and fifty ladies' 1'11UC Suits, whieli ivenve olTering and lVo have also nu endless varijly of W M1J si 1 Ui lliiJiiDiiUU FT. .J Trlmtuhi).", I'arasolx, Liiiiks' 3IImk's stml liilvlicn's Hatu,' I.a:lirs' I ntlri 4 lotiitn, Sai,U lill-bons, Scarfs, Flchui, Fiiiin, Motvers, i:tl;;iu-r, Lates. f.nce ull:us, (If this class uf goods wo clniia to l.si'j.iiAi.ia mvite inc tuiention or tho We hove also a very liitiiJeouia stock of LADIES' AOT Our buyer Wo have also a lino line of incacut-d 11 ml oiorotl Table Damask, Aaihiu nnl Tom ls, ' C'.Eiialu lani;isK ami Lee, , . Urass lUattln? and Oil Cloth. And the best stock of - - GENTS' FUHNISIIING GOODS In the city j 4 ' . " 1 To Country Merchants: Wo will say Ihat we have llie best assorted slock of Domestic and Foreign Dry JiOlMls ever offered in Ihe interior. Via have a very heavy stock of IlootH, Shoes, Hats, sr iollilii" anrt ollouH, and will duplicate 81. Louis and Ualveston bills, freights added. Von hive only lo call anil examine our stock and prices, lo bo convinced of Ihe truHi of thU assertion. , WE to KAN BUSINESS. We havo.lhu goods and must sell Ihom. So, eome and seo us, and save time aud the IlEAVV KKBKIIIT3 you pay tha Central, MK. . & T. roads, aud the Wdj dolays oocueioncd by their ijuarruls. 73dlm J 1AHT0X I UOliK, recti, Wale & livery liable, I'lilLl'llMNIHrK A llill'SVIItf Ht.,, DALLAS, Th'JTAS. A?;mek. vvcm mmsvst, mb'J(t'- mucins l.nf Uiirriuytur llirt on Short Nutict. CONVEYANCES I'iiriillid fi r Hiijr polnl In tli liit.iliir, ,,:" mill liny Ken leg III Hit. Shil.ln. Ki.li. S, 7:i. ililuwlf. THE DALLAS FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL Will rnmni.iKo In ti e liiillilat'orinrljacriiild I7 tlio Vr Mikiiii.' aa a Uall I) 11 OoisUn SI., 1 Black Narth af Piuifit ftiilmd, KONDAY, APRIL 21, 1873. Mil a. J. II. I'AHSONH, I'rincipal. MIS.s l'OKTKIl PAKSONS, Assistant nnd Linguist, . MlrtS CliKA PAUSON'8, Inslruclross In MmlieMiatics nnd Instrumental Music. MISS LlZIli JlctiBH, lnsiructress in Vocul Jlusi-, Knr riili. 01 liiitlou nud pniH'-iil-ii-n, iiniiir.ir th.. ri iiiiii-ii'.i, w ho can h. M111111 nt in i-i-niiieiii-n m' I' .1. .1. K, ll.-ltiiiid, or ut Hi. Hall. KFHMHCM ! ll-.v. C. It. Hu.irt, Prwi.lc-nt MninlliiM (!olH'i, l,a.; 11 nf. Oi-iili". Tliiiti-li.r, iSliitivcpnrt lllh Ii.t,1 ; ,ldHH uml Cnl. J K. U0II11111I, Uuliu. '"i7.lln ' ut k vriivmoiiTii, ARCHITECTS & .CIVIL ENGIN'RS t. 1'.. Corner Courthouse Square, Vnvur .IfHrl.8 i lVnji'iii. PIiiiiii, y.ei-illrntioii3 mid Kli;iir.-s !if.nfirn11 kill-In nt in etiin-K. Lund Snii,. ' ni.ii s ,ii-!. 'ili.l. 7iil I in BOBl'BARBER. milK 01,1) X AN FROM MlLt-Ml'S, HAS X nixiiu'il n )i" appt.a. it the (.'ruti:ti iit ltlfwiic (iwitlftHH'U iiihv titv hii tni,r silmMi, a nciil hitlrt'tit, n rhowur u'lfli. Hi tlmir hul$ litukctf hy .nli'tj tiesiti llitrliriH. "liltf J S. l'ENN, AUSTI , Hookt, Nlatlonery, iHetva iiiul Varieties, ttulikirriptliiiis r.i .lrnl for all jmptr. ami Dlngioiiiies. ItEOJSlVlSG KEW (JOODS EVEUV DAV 3,-lmol books! Shod books! : Illiiuk booki ! Blm.k books I Gol 1 Puns ! Okdil Tons I Wall pap.r I avu p.i-rl Kir., Uto. 11 iii-iit & AND RETAIL Texas. and best cssorled slock of merchandise be oiler the sniuo lo the publio at ths lowest nnd children's Linen, diiass Cloth nt loir rates. all kinds of tAivti as;iii:iirr UK-is, nail' isriiiti, riinii'N ull cuIoim. !a tin Stripe. LI 11 011 Ltuvn, Percale, f lilmse Grans a loin. Linca Mining:, Hosiery ami Clovi-. have tho best stack in North Texas, and we ladies to this department. - MISSES' SHOES; having given particular attention to this KaiiHna tity Advcrtlhr nipiii'i, K;iiis;i8 Cily Bag JlauiifiiclHrinj fsmfJ1J) i:mv.ii r.nsniMii. Miiiiulii,-ioii,Jf,1,.(l)ltii FLOUH SACKS, CHAIN LAGS, Burlap., C'ottiii, n, .-.,l.r Klr s,,,, ,,, Tvilii.', liimniM, Kn-.nnl.ini i tin, ,,ilt0i '' J N. i'U Mnlu flim l. Nn,,- ri,, ,( P.O.;Box2153, Kansa. city, Mo; ("LM.. Approvf,l Mpr,M Thomas J. Bigger, Pork & Beef Packer. l'...l.,ni.- ddi-e.-K., cily. J,. Kn.. II..iii-Kii...CIiv, Uiiii.m, ' ""-''"I Kn'h I'.irk unit Mnknl Mi-utn wr nil wind. i.. i? ' 'l'l a"K-i" '""' I ki ) ,,r..l. loi,, t lMr Nil i ll.,,-.,,, Htn.i.ld,:,-,, P S fork In hi.,T...or Kii,,u, K taTtX ,!::'';iu "M2 Billiard and Sample Hall, tOOO Stuiu Hlppvt, N.xt ilniii- fith ut f.i.t (iffl,-., Lockbox '22M. KANSAS CUT, Jio. Ali-O.l.illori uiil (!,,r, To 3 tools.1 ranc-h mm !$SO,000 Wgrlliof Jl'utt ill l6kpj7 Dm mliKriM in fXt liii'i-tp ft;r In mikI nnnntd 2S.cvn.r3ii js Oity Or will Mtitaito for a Well Stocked Ranch. Tt'oiilil trndi" pinrtr In umallor lull, II J ircd, uml tulio pari Hlu-op. Aildro.s, THOS. J. BIGGER, fork sod Hoof Pucker, KANSAS CITT, Mi), BULLENE, KOORES & E1ERY, Dry Goods and Carpets, Cor. Main, fc'evcalhSt Delaware, SlrseU, lt;inaf Cii y, Mo. W. H. MOEGAN CO., - - Wholesale Druggists, No. 30;i Dj:lav.arh St., KANSAS CUT, MO. teTGlve us a trial. Jtlj W !, WHOLKSALK :i Hats, Caps, Furs and KTllMY GOODS, 41S Delinruiv Slr-'it, Kljtu of Ilia Bis lint, liiitisuN City. HI". T. JI. JAMKS & SON, Iiiip.-.rlrr. of C? TJ 33 1S3T SW AXlEi ( Iilsia nud Glassware, Ko. S'.'i Main !trst, , - KANSAS CITY, MO. F.II. Tlirolliciil..! S.Wmt. Il.K.tYllnon.l'.l.Haralisrl WHOLESALE CBOCKKS, Tobacco, Cigars and Teas A SPECIALTY. I, 300 Pui.awakt? St., , ' Kansas CiljSjigi. A. G. EIDEMIL1EK, YM,iMili doalrrln Ordoni liy tlie car loud will rrei-lie prottlllli", ro&.oso. Kansas CityiMo! R. H.DREOTON&C0.I Wholesale dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, 101 THIRD ST., KANSAS CITf," MISSOURI- SHERIDAN HOTEL, C.- A. II AY, Pkop'b.,J. Centratlj Located. N-s.f.t I'nlon Ppot, Flftk . nfar WjandBtte, .lv a. ' Kansug City,""' Heniliinarter. for L.ad Ati.nMand priaclp.l9l nieii. J. lIviitchener & SON, w -r-wrTT"' SiTnoanlC' ( JAJL T - I I Commission Merchants ' .te.u 11 AnMlmtinlCaktiOalS i UNION STOCK r YARls' 1 flitW. BO. . Aansna wj:; . Gillespie, Rogers & Co.; Live . Stools- COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Liberal Aavanrcs Made aa ronslgn"""' KANSAS STOCK YARM. WEST KANSAS CHIT, M0.