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A DAILY HERALD,
IVMcCAIsKII. Jl.'dllor.
Our Agent.
Wkit irr kntliorln il Inreepitp iiWr'itnn unit
Unwell ('i., 41, rik flow Ktw Vmk! r.i.
w eailiitlll Co., Plillnil.lilliln t flrifltn llnftman,
Hnltlmorni T. Wrlmjrm. New tii It-aiiK t K. II
InihliiF. Iliiiirii ii i Id ii, ,liii. w, )M Aimiln;
l.eu TuPln'i ii, !t rim-tinsel, HI, I.onl., II,,.
SI' Ml AY, JIXE 1. WT3.
' (KiVfUMIH
M. J, APHIN,i.r Dnlln. Onnly.
THE CCUN1Y CONVENTION.
Wo dorm It not nt, nil inuppro.
prinfo fo cnll I li o Mtlrntinn of tho
Olniirmnn of IlieCVinnly Kxoculivp
Commitoo to the furl tliit li" MimiM
nt onen full n inoolirtfr 'if tlio i
steps of lliis oonntv to tioni i unto
tlioir ilolofrntpR In 1lio tronprnl eon
vontion noon to lie lioM for Hip
jntrpono of Tinmi tip tlo Icwlpra of
tho ppmncrnlio pnrty in Hip yiolit
ionl Rtmsrsrlo to tnUrt plnco in IV
eombor noxt. Our diet rid ponrtenn
VPiioH this ninnih, mul wo siifjuost
tlwt Fntn nitty of t ho third wpck 'no
named im llio diiy for lioldin our
county convention. During court,
ninny of our plnntpm will ho in (lie
city, either tin jurors, witnowps or
litipanln, mid pnn ponncquctitly at
tend to the- political duties devolv
ing upon them without materially
interfering with their domestic af-
fuiiu. Wo urge upon tho people
to dolegato no man to tho Stale
convention who i'm not worthy f
tho trust, and who will not faith
fully and rigidly carry out all the
wifihes which may bo oxprecoed by
thorn. We want no ono in thud an
Bombly who enn bo pci'Rumlud by
political tricksters or deceived by
their fascinating Reductions from
following tho lino of duty which
muy bo definod for them by thoir
constituents. The columns of thin
journal are open to tho Chairman
of tho County Exccutivo Commit
tee and its inflneimo at his disposal
to have as largo assemblage of llio
people us possible, on the occasion
in which wo aro to designate our
dolegutes to tho State convention,
upon whom no ordinary responsi
bilities will bo devolved..
BACK PAY.
The " back pay steal " of our
Congressmen, as it is usually de
nounced by tho jonrnajs which op.
poso tho action of our representa
tive men, who raised thoir salaries
soveral thousand dollars moro than
any former mombers of tho same
body ever received, continues to
- attract no less of public attention
than of its abuo. Congressman
llui'iidon has written a long letter
in defenco of his vote givon in fa
vor of tho measure, and has illus
trated one thing clearly, it nothing
olso, and that is, that tho powor
rests with Congress to fix the com
pensation of its mombers, and to
raako it retroactive or not, as they
may eloct. Ho shows in his letter
of dofenco furthermore that the
rates of pay aro not yet fixed, not
withstanding tho 85,000 increase,
and furnishes his renders with legal
precedents sufficient to show that
llio next Congress will have just
. as much authority to increase their
pay in equal proportion us tho last
had to increase theirs.
Tho right to take ten pounds
implies tho right to take a thou
sund," soems to bo tho ultimatum
of Mr. Herndon's argument, and
cortain it is ho fools bold in dory-
ing the condemnation of his dec-
' tors for having participated in the
gonoral grab made in pursuance of
tho maxim. Wo aro not prepared
o say that the rate of compensa
tion received by tho last Congress
loo high, considering tho repeal
f tho franking privilege and sev
'al othor rights to perquisites
retoforo enjoyed by mombers of
U body, but wo do think that to
ice tho net rotrouctivo wus a big
IT g in its way, and thon to leave
amount of salary to bo received'
' i, ,-, .
Bnusequenii VUiigrcssmon open,
eir own adjudication, was a still
Ir thing, out of which it is not
f impossible for tho general
'uptcy oi mo country to grow.
'Steals, and steals that have
g whatever to do with lands,
mobiliors and " a thonsand
iings tod, numerous to raon-
ut of which professional
is have learned tho art of
money, are getting too
in official circles. Wo do
le tb barriers erected by
i , tert .... 1
wlildi llio liiibllllli'Hfiftholnx-pny-Ing
eleiiipnt lire to be ib'tlned, Wo
nro confident 1 lint lht salary grub
has but few advocntcs aniong the
people, mid tho undoubted and un
qualified pniideninntlon which has
hren extended to this measure by
the masses, has nlrendy killed hov
end little fellows who would rather
have flvo thousand dollars than an
honest reputation, which is proba
blv tho greatest good which bus re
snltpil from tho piisnnse of tho bill
authorizing tho payments to bo
made.
THE NEW SENATORIAL DISTIUCT
Wo have not yet seen tliP bill n
districlincr the Stiilc, but have
learned from lion. John W. Itine,
who is recently f,,om the Ciipitnl,
that our Senatorial District will he
composed of the count ies of Dnllns,
Tarrant and Kllis. We sugTC't
that tho Convention for the
nomination of ofiieers to nu'd
the denuitiils of tini December
election, be held at Lancaster, and
that Dullns have the Fcnnlor and
one JJeprenntiitive, us her portion
in the election. We would he
pleased to lu'itr from our friends
on this suirtretioi) , which w make.
believing it to ho equitable, hut any
better arrangement we will of
course adopt, if any i nch can be
made,
GEN- BASH DUKE-
This illustrious Kentuckiiiii,
whoso name stands second to none
who fought in the ranks of the
South, is in our city and will proh
ably remain for a week or more
among us. Hut few men are hotter
known in Dixie than (leu. Duke,
whoso gallantry as a cavalier has
already gone into history, and fur
nished tho theme for ninny beauti
ful songs by thoso who delight to
rocount in verso tho heroic achieve
ments of the bravo. The tleiicrnl
looks as young us when wo last
saw him at .President Davis'
marque, at Washington, Georgia,
during those dark days when the
star of on- hopes was passing under
the thick clouds of an 'everlasting
eclipse. We welcome him to Dallas,
and extend to him tho privileges of
this office during his sojourn among
us.
from 3.ni,'iilrr.
I.AXCAsrivR, Texas, iMny US, M7U,
To lli'i Kiliiur t, lh,i Iinlui lli.rul I :
Jly ri'li'iTing to llio tomunlilo rutilislio'l
in llio IlilHAUii, on tho tliii-.I );;;c, yon will
fiuJ ihis : "I'nily singn lino from liallns lo
Waoo, viii Wft.tnh uoli'ie, lu bfgiu on TIiiiih.
divy, April leaving Uullus at 0 i'. M. '
Tho ipop!o of this viuinily liavo Iwcn
waloliiii(5 tho roail lur sorut' .er Its, csjuol
inif Iteir eyes lo ht glndik'iioil by llio siiilil
(if tlii uljdve nnmetl ilnllv iMiigi" liiu, bnl
iinvo i.;r I,,,".:; ,,i,iv.u iu ui.i').uiio
mcnl, Kvpry nioniinf;, h)wcer, j.ony,
a boy, and a iliuiinniivo loiilli'M' juki
which I nippons in n neiit arrives at
our pontotliou Irora liatliu; ami uleut nn
hour ftflerwiivtis, a horso uml iy -is driven
tip lo llio sumo place with a mail i.om
Wnxahiiohie, This arrnnKouiotit has bnen
iu (iporininu fur two or tlneo wookn. I!?
foro that we had a mail only cvoiy oilier
day, and our mail was from four to aix
days ohlr Ihau dial, teooived at t He liulo
one-home depots along th.tt (Vntrat Rail
road. The IIkralu was novel' rccoivnl
under four days after publication,
Now, Mr. Kditor, thu tliitij; "ouht u:t
83 to be." Tho Daily IIkb.uu, 1 believe,
would receive almoit as lai'i; a Hubserlp
lion lii t here the VVkkki.t now Ins, if
il could be received on the day of puliliea-
lion. Can you not siir up these ruuil enn.
tractors and make litem perforin the ser
vice for whiih they are paid'.' It ij aa
outrage lUttt 8u large a population ai tin t
depending on this postollice sh iuld be de
priv d of mail fucilities. lieciiiii", forscolh,
the sliif;e linn, authorized !y law, and I ho
service ountraotcd for, don't, happen to
pay quite as well us it did before thu- rail
road wat built, y lir 'em up. J.
An- Item AViich I! very .tjnu Mhoulil
We have probably all of in met with in
stance in uliich a word heedlessly spoken
ngaiust the reputation ,.!' a tVinnlfl ha
been maciiilied by malicious minds until
tluclinid has heeu dark enough to over
shadow her whole existence. To ihosa
who are accustomed, not necessarily from
bad motives, but from thoughtlessness-to
fpea'-. lijihtly ef ladies, we recommend
these ''hints as worthy of consideration :
Mever use ft lailys name in 'm proper
places, at an improper time, or in mixed
company. revrr make assertions about
her thai you think untrue, or allusions
that you tiiink tho herself would D'uu to
hear.
When you meet with men who do not
scruple to make use of a woman's name iu
a reckless and tiuprinoipled mannar, shun
Ibem they are I lit very woist members
of the community men lost to every
sense of honor, every feeling of humauity.
Many a n( ami worthy woman a char
acter has been lorever runtej an, I hrr
heart broken ly a lie manufactured by
some villain, and repealed where it hnuld
not have been, and iu the urtnence of
tbosa who little judgment could not. de
ter them from circulating tuo foul and
blagging report.
A slander t aoon propagated, ani the
smallest thiig derogatory to woman I
oiiaraatcr will Uy on the winys of the
wind, and aagnifr as it oiiculam, uutil
II' ninnMi wellil crusliCl llit pmr tin-
eiiiivcloua vim Im, llepppnt I lie lisiia ut
wiiiiim ii; yt tir inoiher and alsicra are wo
men, ami as you would luiva llifcH1 fair
nniiies ii ii In iu Inlicil, ii nd iheir lives litem
bltleleil by the 'aiiili'lli's blller luiU
lii'i'd the Ilia ymir own words may bring
upon the mother, the sister or the wifo ul
uiiio follow ul ntiiru.
l.oVK Ihey n id li bur for Hod' nuke", and
(loi lor his own ruin, who rrosled all
tiling fur llielr sske, mid redeemed thee
lor Ills merry's sake,
RAILROAD TIMS TABLE-
Trnlm lYi'in I lie uili, n lies lit Ill s. m
" Hvil III, ' i!:lM p. Ill'
Soots and Bhocs.
s. k. sii ii,in:s!.'Y. v. .i. iiin'cniNs.
M
rlLllHNXVA HUTCH INS
sn't KSSoltS TO W. J. Ill TCIII.NS,
IN WIIDI.KMAI.I!
DRY GOODS,
COOTS AND SHOES,
AND JNO'J'IOrS'M,
Frnnltlin l-'l., i.iiiler. the lltili liiiis House
JIoiNTON', - - Ti:XAS.
Afi'iil" I,',' tlii il' "' ,11 U '" I'lPii-ii'ni'-
Mi In ii,,, " :!,iii',,u (Vty lil,"nr.i llie"i1i.-
1.H M M-.
M,n,-, !. ii?;:. i, ii,i ifm.4.
l.i'.W I'll I'll S.
.1. H. lit! IViAII I , . Vll' llllll.
Ai'i(ii:!:v )Mi wwum at law
Olllre on l'tvt side rmiiiliiiiisp square. uMlni
IVM. I. .K'll.t.lAMS. ItOIIT. II. HKAV
riliLIAMS&SHAV,
, r iroi:z; v at i aiv,
IHi.i, , - TicxAs,
OHi.: Over ,.. ,V Winner's Sliile.
liMllw-nir.lidly
IS.
I'. t'DUtj IIAMUMt,
Atfoi'itoyrtt'"tjnv
J)AI,LAS, TKXA8.
n.vl.,lv
(JJIIAS. T. MOKIilSS,
ATTDUNUV AT LAW,
IU1.I,.S,
: VlhlO'lljr
11. II. Si I.
o.it K, Kinlny
H l
li
1 .V IjIu.
Attorneys at law,
.'Till v
lliinlii'rs.
W, II. 0'ms.
. 11. TlloMls.
ASTON k THOMAS,
ANl DEALIUiS IX HXniANOK,
lxsiiiA.Nci: Axih'ouraristt akms,
swixk's m:w nurwixu.
NOK't'Ii ITr5 OF O TJyVElE.
Dallas, ----- Tkxas.
Mai-li i l7.l.-ly
S. ,t. AliAMS
J. L. I.K0NARI)
Dallas, - - Tkxas.
Wo riip perninnenlly Ucnled in this city
and do a general liaiikiiig HuPiiicss. Wc
buy n mi cell exchange on ..nxS
NHW YOIIK,
KEW OK LEANS,
ST. LOUIS
OALVKSTON,
& HOUSTON.
And all the principal towns nr.d cities in
the- flninlfwe-i;.
We draw direct on the leading cities of
tun ', i id uW deal in gold, silver mid
curnm yand make coiloyt iiin nt all points
in I lie Milltll,
Dulli.1-, Ofiolier'-"', UCL'-tf.
EslalilisW hmr hi. Mi
'C. JORDAN & CO.,
Dull.. '1'exu-'.
K. 1'. AlASr.U'H. - - (ashler
FIRST tim PAi'lT. IllSi'OrNTKU AT RK.l0..
AIM. I', UTiX (tll.lrTTIOS Jl.'.lli: en III
parts of I lie Inlon mid Multtod lur pi cm pi I j
Ool.U, SIl.VKJt AM" (.Tltlll'.Nl'V
llol tMIT AXOfOLn
M'e ilt'w si iilplit fi,r OoM aint Ciirro
ataoHtitt, to suit :
C'orrrinm1riUM.
NKWYOltK.
Swni,, Pi-lkilio & Co., SO V1I St.
ST. I.H1MS,
Itusitirui's SiivIiik lantitnlinn.
SEW nill.KASS.
I'"r?ilii, SHttiiHon A l''i.
OAT.VKM'ON,
Hull, llnlehiiius To.
Ol'K.N r It 0.7a A. M.ltll .1 I. n.
INSlRAM'iTDKPARTSIKNT.
areiments fr llio lutlewitie ITirit Cuss In
oranei. Cinipiin'es, mol tiikurltks t tiihi estuli
IIkIiwI Lr tin- liilln l"srj nt I'lHwriicrii;
V'R NKI.IN Kl r.K IN'I"! W'l'K Co., .
,,i 1'hiiB.i ii,ii,.i. .t sivu" am M
lUUTKOItl' I IRK 1 Ni-'l RANt i; ro
nt ll:.'ltl i.l'"l'H.. A.M4 2,..0O,0Tf 00
T.Tli 1NI IlANt'K rn.,
,.r H.mll il. M'i fi-h .'i no.Hfl no
MUTtl'llANTS Mt'lTAI, MFK INSf RANOK CO.,
ofOilvestnn,r,iil Asifrnll fil.lj.t.'MMioo oo
TKXAS IIANKINO AM' IXSt'KANi'K i'0.,
m'Uslvestnn, " lul i'il .lasl,UK) 00
rtAN THK3' INSl RAM'K CO.,
uf Ilun.l jn, Tnxss, Oih C.ipitnl t2."0,00 00
V. V. JOHU.L.V A CO.
vluit-Jvijr
Kaiiiuh City advrrHnfiiiciitH.
Kansas filj Bag Maiiiifai'tiiiiiift ("tniji.iny,
r.HWAIIU IIINMIIVII, Sialism'',
Mitiinjurtiirrife of uml ikiileis in
FLOUR SACKS, GRAIN BAQS,
Hill Ih ih, ('"10,11 n,l l'iir Kl"'ii' Hm k, ;i'ln
Twill., (Jlmmi", i'i:llildlslnl Pllll,lp4, At',
J No, mm Miin lUni'i, Sniir s,,i inl,
P, O. Uox 2133, Kiuiitutt City, Mo,
Tmilis ('null, or ,'l't llrt.vs Ly A'hiiv,hI It.-tnri-tiei'ii
Thomas J. Bigger,
Pork & Beef Packer.
iiHtiil11i-e HiMresM Kimuns tity, At", I'mklliu
lll'llnl' Kiin-Hn I'llv, lIHIIIS.
Kn-li l',,rh hi,, I Hlllnliril lli'iits 'if nil k'llils t"i
Hlllll. rilll'Hl Mill! StlMl I'lllHl lllltllN, tl"rik''H,t
llsei'li, hin n I 'lnir HI'l -s, l',""l' HI;MI, l'i , lull
I'mti 'i nirl io Kls. in,,! Iti'Kt Ki'ttli'.rioi'li'ri'il
l.ini, I'ur,, l.ini rjl i, ili-tii's,. K.-if. in -in. ll ,iiiiii(:i
t-ir K,iitnl i'.
Billiard end Samplo !ia!!,
IUIM1 M ui n Sll'i'.'l.
N'i,t ilnnr Smith uf l'"l oiim.,
Lock l.ox 'Jan. Iv A M S A C IT V , M O
tMiit (liMfA-i'I'itViiM-t.! A1'h, ,i(tinr Hri'Wi.L'iir
RANCH mBUl
$so ooo
Wiiiilmr 'J'lMtU' v If iiiKi'iiJly (In militrriluT
ih sx limn' lor
XTL23-A.XS E3T.',rE
Iu nntl nritutiJ
Or will pxclmit fur a
Wei) Stocked tench.
WiMild 1vvr prnpvfty fti uni'ill-T 1'(h( ff do
mini, anl lake part hlii't'. A'Uivun,
THOS. J. BIGGER,
Pmk sii'l Il.'i'f riH'linr,
KANSAS CITY, Mo,
BULLE1MS, MOORES & EEERY.
Dry Goods and Carpets,
Cor, Main, Setenth & Delaware, Slr-els,
W. II. MOlHrAX & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
Nil. ;!0 I:l.wakk !!'.,
KANSAS I'll Y, MO.
l'5'i?OU'o us a (vial.
ISBi' WOOD,
.WIIOMWALK
Hats, Cap?:, ;Fiirs and
STIIAW GOODS,
111 l)nliiwnri.Sir,uSi;;ii "film MlK Hut.
Iiai!s:iNit,v..mIo.
T. M. J.VMES & SOX,
Imi-'irtirs i,f
C? TT 33 2NT ,tS W J. IX -3 ,
l'itin :iiJ 'Uissivai f,
Nn. Mi Main Street,
KANSAS CITV, MO.
K.lt. Tln. l!;i'l I..1 S West. n.K.WIIiiiii.l'.I,.l!inilini'
udsuVsESaek nact;r.s,
Tobacco, Cigars and Teas
A SJ'WtAI.TV.
Soil Delawake'St.,
Knns.is City, Mo.
"a. g. eidemillee7
ick;;
(it tiers by tlif rirlu-'! wit! n't-cive j.rnnipt attention.
p..MiiroiT:,x ltwii. Kansas (.'ity, 31 o.
Wholosalo lonlor8 in
WINES AND LIQUORS,
10 1 TIUKU ST.,
KANSAS CITV, - - MISSOrRI.
SHEPJDAH HOTEL,
C. A. HAY, Tnoi-'u.
rntrnliy Wiifl. Nanint t'ulon ppjiot, filth St.,
near Wytini-lwttp,
Kansu4 City, Mo.
rTntitpiartirn f.r Lm.l Ajp'iitw rM nincintl stmk
MITCUEXER, CUKEXK & CO.,
JLIA'K STOCK
Commission Merchants
Plri'd nil rnminiiniratlniiN to
UNION STOCK -Y-AJtllH.
Kansas City, Mo.
Gillespie, Rogers & Co.,
Iiivo Stock
COM MISSION M EI! CH AN! 8.
liberal Adv nrr xiadn en (onstgnmftts.
KAV.. SSTtn K YAKIS.
WEir ANSA3 CIT1'. MO.
yrrency!
J5ET
liEOJS CAPERAJV'S
FOR CURKENCY WITHOUT DISCOUNT 1 1
WO ADVANCE IN PRICES,
And Ten Per Cent Deducted Where Specie is Paid
My Mm k rnilir.res rvry arlicle lo l, foim.l in it flrnl class (lroc-T S, .
rotiM-lH in fait i.f Finn 01,1 H'liickivii, anil l,l,.iorn of fvi-ry tlrscriiition . I ' M
plplfl "sort iff i, I of I ntrifti ami Hvtucstia Clgnu und Tolmrcos. ' ""'
(.'nil tin.l int-f'Trt my mncli,
SOUTHWEST CORNER MAIN AND MARKET.
fi!Hu!s Dnivcrcd ( all parts
A. M. FEIENP &
WIIOLESAI'U AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
1 1 i i a !
OP jSlILiXj, ES.XKTE5S,
DAI.LAiS, TEXAS. ' '
lMIOKT.:il ALU AM) I'OHITKII.
AitI a oiiiili'(it lisl ot all sulkies In their line,
OI3,:rjs stnei Tobacco
O! thv .st biiunlN, In ;n(;e (luiiilitlcs, und lur sale ni
ih'ifit I'HtCM.
AllatlisMl ( llif ir iMi.HiiK'ss is a
SAMPLE ROOM
CAROLINA
Insurance
JEFFERSO:! DAVIS ...
GEN, WADE HAMrTON a:id V.
GEN. WM, M. BROWNE
ASSETS
Iii.iits on r,!i ii..,i-i,vi.i t,.'ni. Imw, i,i'l.'i,",
'"' I'"'" n I'liiwinil.l,. an,,, tho
I., :,I n:i l:n 1 v
DihH 1o:jj'(1
1 r. OMIMXTOX, I'iiiileni:
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n. n.
W.M.
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A. II. ! I r.i . A I, l K
l l. J A
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Drs. i'At L ana .1. S. CiliKINUTO.Y, Mctlk'al Kxamlacre.
Il.-'ii,' tt'.-(l,',Tl Aifiii i'l !ti- ,in:i,i.r lr
llic t.Ml"l,IN' V" "il -liii'iiil" '" ""'
;iii.y. iiv it a li ii".
T'ip linn f K, iinoil.iiii K, gni iy, ''"iiinirli""',
li'ivlni: l, nin'ii.il I'lmsriit ilss,i!vnl iiuiiii,',"',!!',
l irs"lis Iikviih; I'lnims ai-i'lnst tli'-m atf Io n I'V
liiitili,,,! tn pm-mit hm tn Mr.C. Cuiiiirty. nt llui
lus lor (uttlcmi-nt. ly tl"M '''
TlliiMAf KANNAHAN,
('. PWUKTV.
li.illns. Hay I'l. 1k::i. HWlm
' A mi. Ici-cM ins", csllinc hlnn"ll dip. rimHs,
liiiwl a liors,' ,iii my sMMi- ycniiT'lny. iMsy 2tli)
ri'iirrsinilillK Uml ll wislldl to HiV to Hin ill'l'ot.
Hit w.is h,t lii'iinl of on Hi,' riwil to Ft. Worth, anil
liolnir rnpi'llv- Tlii'iiiini'il i" ilnpl'',' i!rii.v,lili'-n
limits liinli.'uii'l 'it'""' ( y "I'l Km the sis
nvsrv of 111" ll'irM'to mv "tiil.li-1 will py III" ''"
,.,ril. "Isll T. J. VOliK. i
rc:a"sAX.K.
VM.r.Mii.K Towx Piiorr.nrY is talks
TINK. T"mi
dm' i.i,,ry titoro IIoiihd in'iir lis-put worth,
iilil. !H.'".
(In, I onunli'l li'Slf stsil)- Stor" llniis nn til,'
Soimr . worth, ir, .1,1, S-!,Mi.
llomi'Hts'i.il isiisl ti'i l-",i,-ri'S of Imi'l. v.rv som.,n
1,'iit t,, I'oili slori-s niiil lii-'iutifullr lo.iitiHl. worth.
,,,,1,'. 5.', il"!.
" All ol thi, iil'"'" nmv In' lionsht LOW full CASH
or l, l in s-xihnims i"f lii,toe'l pi-, rty In l'ulhis
or Warn, nt liiii'Hii I'l ii'i s.
Apply hy liiter or In p'tann '
Plllt'BlllH', Tl'MSS.
Iesira5:c Krs'Iclciicn for SaSo.
a, u,.a,...l oir.i-s for nalr llis l tulili'ln-n,
roiri-r IM.-itls- iiiiiii mnl Houston slriwt. 'I'l,,'
Imlhllne is or,i' of Urn lis",t.in,l iimi-t tlioronclily
til,'.ll,.,l in II,.- , :ty. ml ha" "Il n ;" ' 'V '-
lu -s ut,h,-,t. Km- term" iniiniri- ol . Hi"'ns,
nt'llis ImiikiiiK boiw s f iii.t''ii A Tliomiis. so-1'
p-lsUwtf " fis. '-.
f.io irru uf l.litir. 100 liar-
rlM oi Crmrnt, 50 ImrrrlH of
tMasitsrr and tsiiii' lo nrri c ami
iov sale liy
E. P. C'OW'K & t o., Kim .
u,',l lw,
fJSWO It EW A ISO.
r ...in ...i. im) ititlUro fur tho flnitroTin-
.t i f.l'l,i iinrHlili or Ixiflti IM V tio
mur.l.'r d A. 0. Corrii-r t-n th mirlif f 'y VJf a,
J. A. rfHA.AIli.
I).illHtTein, May 21. H,ln.
RAN CHE SALOON
E. C. TARRANT, Prop'r,
South Sldo of tho Square, Up Stairs
FtUT AV0KT1I, TKXAS. 8i.ir,
THE ALHAFf.BRA
'ili-lMPt WinMnnJ 1.1 '.4ini to Im ft'nn.t at tin
popular h1ou!i vf
Wood & Fleming,
Jefferson, bet. Slain & Elm sis.
Tut onl? hutitc Jn ibe ciiy w hero Alo and Porirr
nro kit wit drulii, 7wdlf
Currency !
f Jljfi rily FRKEP CIIARcr
IN THE HEAR.
lMlf
TOGGLE
President
- Vice President!!
Secretary
$1,100,000
ti - rltlisr l-iiI.I rr nirini'v. N,i rrKtrirtlnn nn Irml
paimi'iil. lUwt nt .'w ,u any holvuil n,,ini,.n.
" r
oi' Local Trustees.
in. y. i,. C'AHELIL, Sncrotary
w. i. i:ai:i:i.i,,
I'.S I1'M,N, Ks..,
WKLMIOKN, K-q.,
I'.il. ('.. S. MlTfllKU,
I iipt. I1HX11Y T. SAI.lt
ill ly . JAS. II. (ICKt'llUS.
Northern T.'x.is nu,l the Itnlinn Xnliim, I rernnimeiiil
S,'l'l'I'i'II.Vi as 1'Hinr. fiif.' au.l rell.itilo duutliMUconi-
CAlJKT,r,.
'"ni'i-iil Aci'iit Xorllurn iv.xns and Indian Nition.
P!i.vsict:nis.
jponons p. 4 j. s. t AiiniinTo.v,
IS TKNN VfON'S NEW Ul'ILIIINO,
Jspwlls' Allan s l.si jo.-it's rimli. f2-ill
Surgeon & Tlivsiciaii
OS-TICR A Nil ftPSIPRSWK AT XI1B EPCT LBPO ITOlli
Hf offtTH hn profcKRfnntil wrvlren to fh cltiffM
of lnll;is noil lite urrouii'lititf country, hrJKif
I)
11. J. W. MILLER,
rhyMiciau and .Surgt'on,
:,pnctriill, inrorms ths ritlrs-n of Tiill Iks
,,i;ra,lo.iii.il in ths VirclniH Mats' .Mi-,ln sl Uoll'es
Un h. ISM. wits snri?s it Chvn l-ornzo lliilll
Mhi
tin-lnrirs'.t In Hik rmili'ilcini'T. iImw "I
i.i, iiuii'iki. s n.. , i r nn ii as,, s mi,
loon: lor .'Mill jmlirnls. 11,' luis bs" 111 '''""
priirllr.1 :n Virinm liiim thin-lo of ll, wf
111 tin, -J-lth slny ot liimimlirr Is"'.'. hnn lis Wt w
IVxas, luis lointi'il iu il,i, rllj, ami otr,TS Ills '
vires to the pnlilii;. ItelVr to Messrs. I'lnrlt "r;
an. ,
n. (llJli-e illiil rcs,!rii,-ss Xnrth of CuiHlrIiinil
Pri'Klivti-rUi, i-hurrli, hetwetn lUnuton biiiI J'"'
sxn sn-ri t. -lit n:-.-Km
tin. B. ii. joms, im. . n. THriTui.
DBS. JONES & THRISTON',
OKKIi.'B IN SII.IiUSl'IK Ill'ILniSO, KLM H.
In Front of Net" Oflec.
Dr. .loops' resjilenra In the ofllre.
lr Thriisioii's resWenco lu SwniR's
th-i ,,n.,n, . JS-
I)R. T. C. BIYEBA,
HOME O FTKIST
(Ulo of Charily Hospital. Nc Orlrom.)
Ofllre with Drs. Keller I'hare., Main ,ri-''.' "p'
posile KijliMrn.
hn, j.l. johxsox.
OfSco in 3r.nayncs' 3rug Store,
NoltTll.'.AST COlt. I'l'BI.IU fQL'ARB.
Itmlilenrd Diilln !8pHns1Ji!ldi-
K
T EL LEU fcTilAKES,
los.ilcnt Dcntifi"!
OSrcon Jlnln street, norlh .ht.of Il- 1r-0'"
Pr . Klllott Slevensou'. itrim ttm,
Dallas, - - T
Offlre hour. frn o'clork
CO.,
ompany
i hr t-- ami'
rTf
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