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U. MtOAL.Kll, JCdllor. Our Agtnla, Who reantlioHM to rrcelne niihwripttoiii ml darilln the I'aliy anil whly III mm J.', Clicw, Hi 1Iii.iiiih, New Y"rki U P. Powell (!.. 4), I'eik Mew V' h I W WealhcrUI t I f., riillniiilillila I tlrlffn Hodman, Jtalttniorai T. Molwyre, Nw (irlran K. II ('ti.hlnir, IWii'Minl III. Jl'O, W, lane, AimIIni l,o Tarli'ton, IN I'li.f ilrt-tl,!!, l onl., tin, rim nnVKHKiini N, J. JinAlHM, Mitllan Vaunt mil) AT, JUNK 10, 181.1. THE HEW MOVEMENT. Tbo now political party, or rnlli cr tho flrnt evidence of iiulopcnd. ont dotormlniition mado by tlio peoplo, in tho formation of a farm era' party, In mooting with univor sril oncounijomont from hniiPBt men oil over tho country. Tlio froo press, by which wo mean thoso journalu which uro not run in tho intorcflU of professional political hacks, is Bounding the clonr notns of a now song from ono end to tlio other of thin wido hind. It in tho chiuitottho millions who aro ris ing from opprcHhionH and uro moving gnint opprcBuorslikonivn fired with holy zeal and norvod with tho boldest detorminalion, Tho Slato of Illinois has already sent it greetings of successful vie tory, achieved in tho lato eloetion for Supremo Judge, to tho rallying veterans in tho other States which Burround her, and on all sides may bo soon tho deep linos of sad disap pointment which are drawn in tho elongated faces oi tho played-out hacks of old parties, who are begin ning to npprociato tho fact that they nro us bad us Othollo.andlhat their profession is gwo. Hunest men to tho front, politicians and dema gogues down from prominoneo, is now tho cry, and wo trust to seo tho Btrugglo go on until tho heroes of .Mobilier, tho grahbors of back pay and tho manipulators of politi cal stocks aro Ront howling into the wilderness of utter dofoat. Tex as has hor advocates of the new moasuro in tho field, and their bright blades nro already Hhining among tho political posts which bavo boon overshadowing our pros perity. Wo havo just read with no liltlo interest tho pamphlet re cently published by Mr. Unfits K. Cago, of Houston, in which ho han dles without glovos tho infamous measures which havo been practiced by moro iufamous politicians upon the rights of tho people, llu most sngoly advises "farmers to organize publicly and openly throughout the land, not for aggression upon tho rights of others, but for rosistnnco to tho general tendencies now-a days to spoliation of every charnctor of in dustry." Wo can not refrain from quoting his observations and conclu sions touching tho degenerating tendoncy of our agricultural inter ests, upon which every Horn both of our individual, sovereign and natural prospority depends: "A taate for country life nutl for agrl cultural pursuits in languishing, because the farmer'! life is every day becoming drearier, more hopeless, and less profit bio. We aee great cities rising in con spicuous contrast to Ibe poverty of ailcoay ing country. An Immense and ever-increasing host of office-holders, and a great array of corporation and monopoly para sites are weighing down the industrial olassea to the ultimate oondition of liuta ront and serfs. With this ruin in pros pective the press is silent, the pulpit Is silent, and with ft few noble and grand exceptions our law makers, while luxuria tin it in their daily Increasing wealth and power, only chaffer with their buyers as to the market value of a Solon. There is no other class but the farmers that could re sist this fearful march of rum, and they can never do it except by solid and com pact union and association. Then let them organize for resistance, and if nec essary for an aggressive strngglo for jus tice and equal rights for all." We concur most heartily in cvory suggestion contained in the extract, but wo go lartnor, nna acmso our farmors to do moro than Mr. Cago does, and that is to givo politicians u wido birth. Ignore them entire y. Havo no doalings with them, bo for sure as thoy do they will be gullod into believing that they nro the very best friends to the agricultural interests of the country, and have done nothing in all their publio livos but labor for the advancement of that weal which goes direct to tho happiness of the country peoplo. Wo take this as oar stand. In fact, wehavodono so already, and at the bead of our columns bnro hoisted the name of a gontleman who is no aspirant for offico, who does not even consider himself a candidate, and who has expressod his disapprobation in the coane of this journal giving his name ai its choice for tho pnMtlon of (lovernnr, Wo know Cnptnln Adiims J tint rrell enough to my thut ho Is us much opposed to tho chronic oflleosncker as uny man in tho wot Id; that ho respects tho right of tho peoplo, of whom ho is ono, and believe", in tho new movement which has for on object tlio total repudiation of tho old doad hends who havo grown gray enting political fodder, It i not to confer an empty compliment upon tills doHorving ginlloiiiun that wo havo hoisted his name, nor to glorify our city and county by urging ono from among us for tho hign position that woharo express- ed ourchuico for Governor in his f:ivor, but it Is for tho purposo of bringing before tho peoplo tho nnmo of ono who feels like them and with them, who is cnpahlo, and with nil independent of tho spoils of ofllco, that wo wish to have his worth in- ventilated, and tlion his merits rewarded when ho kIiiiII have bocn found to blend in his views ami abilities all tho essentials iiecoHcary for our dolivernneo from tho meshes in which wo havo bvon onlanglod by pure politicians. A YotiNfl man's fricnijs tibjcot lo his be ing loose, but, somehow they bavo an equal objection lo his being light. Ah Old STottr Hktoi.ii. The following well known anecdola Ih tuibnikeil again on a mirth provoking trip. It has been laughed at often already : A physician wishing lo instruct his pu pil In the mysteries or nicUioine, look hint lo see a patient wbe was contlned to his bed. "Mir," said the pbysiolnn In the siok man, "you have been Imprinted!; you have futon oysters." tThe patient con fessod that he had. When the physician returned homo, the pupil nuked him bow he catno In discover that the man bud eaten oysters "Why," replied he, "I saw some oysle shells under his bed. - (Divan, "Miither,mo;bor"loriod a young rook, re turning hurrloilly from its first lli-'lit,"I m so f rlghlened ; 1 vo seen such a sight " What sight, my son t ' asked tho old rook. 11 Oh I white orptitures, screaming and running ami straining their necks, and hnlJing their heads ever so high, see mother, Ihoro they go! "florso, my eon, merely geese," calmly replied the parent bird, looking over the common. "Through life, child, observe that, when you meet nnv one who makes a great fus about, himself, and tries to lift his head higher than t he rest of the world. you may set him down at once as a goose Mrs, I Tosser. A llKAiiTicub UKTHosi-Kt'T. When (lie summer lny of youth ih slowly wasting away into the nightfall of age, and the shadows of the past yoar grow deeper and deeper as life wears to a elope, It. is picas ant to look hack through thevislas of time upon i lie Joys nun sorrows ol early years If we have a home to shelter, or hearts to rejoit with us, and friends who have boon gathering around our fireside, then the rough planrs of our wayfaring will be worn and smoothed away in tho twilight of life while the bright sunny spots we have passed through will grow brighter and more beautiful, lisppy, indeed, are those whose iulerouurse with the world 1ms not olianged the course of their holier feelings or brake thoe musical chords of the heart whoso vibrn'iiins are so meloiliuiis, so ten der and so t oi ich i ii g iu i ho evening of tge. A Wild iHnii'M Lore. A gentleman with whom we are ac quainted, was employed some years ago to represent "The Wild Man of Afghanis tan" in a New Jersey menngerie. Day after day, ho gradually learned to love the fat woman, who eat upon the platform clo.ne to him. The keeper of the place also cher ished a tender feeling for tho young lady, and be became jealous of the Wild Man of Afghanistan.' And when visitors would come, the keeper would proouro a pole, with a nail in the end, and sl ick it through the bars of the oage, ami jab him in the ribs. And be would ridieule the Wild Mivn's legs, and deliver a leotitre upon the way be turned his toes in, and read chap ters out of books of natural history to show that a being with a skull of such a shape must of neoessity be an idiot. Then be would poke the Wild .Man of Afghanistan a few more times with (he pole, and pass on to the next oago, with some remarks tending to prove that the monkeys therein and the Wild Man were of the same general type. Aud all the time the fat woman would ait there, and smile a disdaiuful smile as if she believed it all, and hated such legs, and despised toes that turned in. At last the Wild Alan of Afghanistan had his revenge. One day, when all hands were off duty, the keeper fell asleep on t tie sofi. Then the ualamed parly from the distant East threw a blan ket ovor him, and went for the fat woman. He led her by the hand, and asked her to be seated, while he told her of his anguish. Then she suddenly sat down on the keeper. You could have passed Ibe corpse under a olosed door without scraping his vest buttons, They merely slid him in a crack in Ilia ground when they buried him, and the fat' woman pined eight hun dred pounds of herself away, and finally gave the remainder lo the Wild Man of Afghanistan, who clasped as much of her as he could hold to his bosom, and organ ised a fresh menagerie upan a new basis. CAMERON & MAYFIELD, DEALERS IX WHITE PINE LUMBER SniNGLES, D00R3, SaHli, Uliilt, Moiilillnjjui And a f ercral iMorlmriit ot JUnufnctnrod Work. LIME, CEMENT AND PAINT. 091c and Ytnl Kslnttreet, nmf Depot. l'lNlOn JULIUS PICHARD, FRENCH RESTAURANT, Murkct Street, bdwern Elm and Main, nAlIjAH, --- TKXAS. An fdnrt 1 branch rook prrptrn tult tt ll hour,, Iron Ih, twtt the market flordi. ltlSdtf TEXAS & PACIFIC lUILKOAD, SOlTllKltX DIVISION. NOW OPF.N ( i TO BROOKLYN. TEXAS. Train" Iwivn Tnlln. ftl of Luinnr itreat, Pally, Hnnilaa excepted, hi 4 . M. i Airlie l HiooKHii IrM r. M. Itlill llllt U HID lin "!) " HI I r, p., Airlvu ill Hollas jW.ii I', M. f'oiinncla at llmoUvn Willi Sialic" for t.miuv lew, Marshall mill rhioi,.pon I principal H"l In haiilman, Van .audi, NiHIi, I I'hnr I"1""1 Cuitulliu, fur Imthcr inform Hon lr I" CSKO, 1, MAIN DM, Mnntor of Tiannportatlon, t7l lw jcki iceTicei Pure Icfcaii lM at Hi KKuTI'CKY I.KjIlOU AND (IIMICKIIY HTOHK, Corner Main & Market St"., Prom t In tlio niornlns till IS ii'.il'"'k at nliihl. 47.IH W. A. Jok, II. I.UI'KNAN, yy a. j ones & co., MANUFACTCltlWOF TIIST WARE, WHOLESALE AND 11KTAI& DEALERS IN STOVES kO. SIHNOKTIIK IIIO "MVV.K l'OT, Main Sfrcet, - - Dallas, Texas. All Orilnn rromitljf AttnmM To. t -vl-illy Wellborn Scmggs, ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS, Ppwlal nttt-nlli.fi elvon In tlm HAI.K' OF ItllAI. USTATK. In II iiymnl vlrinlly, l) Al t I'KIN ur I' It I VATIC HAI.K. wo ui rrwiiAPK. mi. axu kntiianok T. A NHS, ill tuiiill or lor(i' liurlx, In all purl or ill Htnlo. Wo will KXAMISK TITLKR. suit PAV TAX on ull property olio'i'il hi our lutnli,. Wn have roitlllWl'ONIlllNTH In nil parts of tho (liiltiil 'Inli'i who urn Miking liOMKS IN TKXA8. IVr.oin having Innilt or clly property for fnlt would ilo well to mlvlHn lit ft mi .ll'lv liny. We want I.A1I0K AND KM AM, Irm'Uof l.iml lo alip ply ltmiiii!.l'ntiti, Will 1IIIY AND BUM. I.ANP CKTIiriPATKS. Hpoi'lnl ntlxnllon ulvin to KKNl'INO CITY PltciPhllTYiiiid I.HA.SINU LANIi. j. . Mt'icions, Auctioneer, Ofncn tooth nf.la KIhi Hire!, opposite Aihintt l.o.iparit't Hunk. KM Iv liiiir funis. J. M. TIIDIIHOND. 1IU II. MITI'llllLI.. THURMOND & MITCHELL, ATTORNEYS AND COCXSELLOES AT LAW XDnll, Toxaa. (mire on Knsl shir ( onrllioiise Siiiarr. ' siMlm WM. I. .WILLIAMS. Knur, ii, skay yiLLIAMS & S'BAY, ATTOBKB VM AT t,W, Dallas, - - Tkxas. Otllce Ovur Ann A Wintnr Htore, nii'.w-iio'il'Mlty 15. D. COUGHANOUlt, A.ttoi"rxoyn,t-Xjfi,xssr. Dallas, Texas. nl-vl-dly HAS7T. MORK1S8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DALLAS, Fob. HnliMlvr TEXAS. 11. II. 8nel. Oicar K. Flnlny SNEED & FINLAY, Attorneys at Law, X3AXjXiA!Sf, TEXAS, 67illy , Itankfrs. WX. It. (iAKTo.l. Vt . 11. TllOHAS. QASTON & THOMAS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, INSURANCE AND COLLECTING AGENTS, SWIXJCS NEW BUILDING, north side op s uarb, Dallas, ----- Texas. Msrch 1. W3.-1J 8, J. ADAMS t, L. LEONARD & M.OWltl), A"" 33LISrK ERS, Dallas, - - Texas. Wo r permanently locstfd In this oil; and do prneral Banking Business. We buy aud sell exobange on NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, 8T. LOUIS GALVESTON, & HOUSTON, And all lhaprlnoipal towns and cities in tbt south-west. We draw direct on the leading allies of Europe, and also deal in gld, silver and currency and make collections at all points la Ike South. Dallas, Ootober 28, 1872-tf. Kmumi City AdTcrttHonieiitri. Kansas Oily Jlng llaDufacluriiig Company, i:iHHlll) lU NHdHIII, llanagrr, Maiiufaeluriiri of snil ilriiltn In FLOUR SACKS, GRAIN BA03, nmlsps, (Viltnu unit ;i'mr Klmir Cwka, flas. Twine, (!iimili', Hmoml-luinl lliiilnia, tie. ', No. 'it'll Main film!, Ninr Kwuml, P. O. Box 21 53, Kannan City, Mo. Turin, (!ni, it 110 Ilsy, by Appraveil Iti'lfrnnnn Thomas J. Bigger, Pork & Beef Packer. PiKtnnii'it aililroM Kanuss City, Iln, rmklnii miii KitiiHH, Oliv, Kuti.nN. Kiti.Ii Pork mirt Knnhft Moiit of nil klniln lor l, I'hii'.l Mllil Hniriii'.l'iiriil llnni". Ilr-k ln.t II won, llnn n I li-Hr Nlili., Il.irim HI Mora, I'li kluil 1oi h in Pnrii'U or Kim. himI Put Ki'MI"-"oiiIimimI . it.l. I'lirn f.JIn tli riot, Ki'ki or tuiiill pui'kHe lir Kiinill) ii"0. flHEA'9 Billiard and Samplo Hall, I ) Main Klrt'et, ' Next iloor South of Pout Olllro, LooV box S!21M. KANSAS CUT, MO. rholrn ImpnrIM .Wlnos,; Al'1", '.loners anil Ulnars To tools. AND RAPJCH EY3Em $30 OOO Worlliof JCrtltlo vlll I lnkMiJIy the imlmtrllinr In ox' tunm" fur nEAlJ ESTATE III and round Or will exchange for a Well Stocked Ranch. Would trail" propirty In "mailer lots, If ile ilri'd, oinl tiiki'partShoop. AiMrcit, TMOS. J. BIGGER, Pork ami Beef Packer. KANSAS CITY, MO. BULLENE, MOORES & EIIERY, Dr Goods and Carpets, ( Cor. Main, Seventh & Pelaware, Slrels, Kniin ily, TSo. W.H.MOKGAN&CO.; Wholesale Druggists, No. 1502 Uklawabb St., KANSAS CITY, MO. (SyGive tis a trial. in: wood, WHOLESALE Hats, Caps, IFurs and STJ.AW GOODS, 41K PiNlunuroStroit.Bien of the MIb list. Kansas City, lflo. T. M. JAMES & SON, linporti'rt of C?TT33 33 3XT SWAHE, China and Glassware, No. fiU2 Jluio Street, KANSAS CITY, MO. Ml. Tlirelkelil. J.S.Weit. R.K.WIltoii.C.I..llni nli vr TfiiaiKLaiSLD & VO., nmOLESlLE GKOCCKS, Tobacco, Cigars and Teas A SPECIALTY. 306 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. A. G. EIDEMILLER, Wholnnale (liiah-rln Onl.irt by the car load will rocelf e prompt attention, rnMfflBoSi(n. Kansas City, llo. B. H. DRENNON & CO., Wholesale dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, 101 TRIRI) ST., KANSAS CITY, - - MISSOURI. SHERIDAN HOTEL, C- A. HAY, IWr. Centrally IMated, near Wyajidntte, Nnnri'it Vnlon Depot, Fifth St., Kansas City, Mm. rTmilqnsrten for Land Agent anil principal Stock mon. MITCIIENER, GREENE & CO., LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants Direct all communication, to ITNION STOCK YATllH, Kansas City, Mo. Gillespie, Rogers & Co., Live Stools. COMMISSION MEUCIIANTS. Liberal Adr nees Made an Consignments. KAfsw STOCK Y AltDS, WEST ANSAS CITY, MO. A. If I. FKIISJJU & CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 5 iJALLAb. IJUAAb. nl n ciiitiplr.o liNt o( all iiiiKUn In ihcii- une Ol'llio ItcNt braiHlN, In ltipr i'lieunu Allium'" io iiitir iiiiniiicnn .SA1MPLE UOOM TIE INTERNATIONAL The llncNt place of rcsoi l In tow n lo spend a plrnmnnt cvnni a Ih ut I he IMIIItMllOMI., on Main MhiI, nvt dour to Odd llouN, Hall. Professor Ilachmann, (lie groat Violinist, assisted by Mr. CLus. Meyers at ih.pi will give it l" i tino GRAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT GIVEN EVER? EVENING, A FINE HEADING 1100.M, with all tho latest newspanors nnd perlodloali n ' very best of r ' ,6 AIL.i:S, WI1VKS, LIQUOns, AND CIOAltS At (ho Inr, or will bo served by attentive Lager Beer on draught, always fresh and KWtf J. Life Insurance Company OI" IVTXIIVEXIIIEJ, JEFFERSON DAVIS GEN, WADE HAMPTON and P. TOGGLE GEN. WM. M. BROWNE ASSETS Imnirra on nt1 approval plant. In po'lrlm Tor oltln-r p.lcl rr rnrreney. No rcttrlctlon on tnl or r..i,loi folirii-H lion fottttitiiMo uttor tho mioond p.ijment. Itatoi m low at au tulv.nl wiaiimi litftM'K paid pn inptlj'. ' Dallas Hoard BI. I. G.innXTOS, President; l.T.i;.rtI,INTOS, Hq., fien.W. A. II. MI'mOAlJ,, Ki., WM. 11. l'.l. JAH. T. 110I.I.AN11. C. II. Drs. TAIL ana J. S. CAKKIXUTOtf, Medical Examiners, lMnB tho Oonenil Auenl of till, company lor Northern Tnxai and tho Indian Nation. I rwommrnl tlioUAItnl.lNA to nil in)- liiends and to oiilwua gcunmlly, aa beinj; a aafo and ndlalilo Sootlmrncom luiiiy. Hi vi' It atrlul. XV. L. CA15KLU, fioniral Agent Kortlicrn Toxasand Indian Nation. OfflntlXo. 1 BwiiiU'a Bnllilina;. Kim trryt. u4,m aiisccllancous. JlhNoluUou IVolicc. Tlioflrmof Knnmilinn k Fopartv, rnntrartnra, li'lviiiK liy mutual consent d'uMilvwl iartnaralili, oil pnr.olia IiiivIok clninil apnlnst tlii'in arc liorrl.y noitllod i.roioiit Ihoin to Mr. C. Kneartv, nl linl Ina, for Bcttlfliicnt, by tl'o l.t .lav ol .loin', 173. TIIUVAS ItAKNAIlAN, C. FUCAIITV. Dallaa, May 1(1, 187.1. Mdlm T035. SALE. VAT.I'Ani.F. TOWN l'KOl'KllTY IX TALES 1'INK. IVxaa: Ono twn-t.iry Storo IlotiM nenr Depot worth, (told, ?4,''ii. (Ind oneiinil a Inlf utory Storo Home ou the Squaro worth, (told, f:i,f.ou, lloniealnol and fol l ucres of land, very conven I. ot to I'oMi itoroa and beantlfnllr lociitmi. worth, Hold, f .,HII, All ot llie nl'ovo may l.e boorht LOW FOR CASH or had In eii hatige for ImnrutMl proporty in Dallua or Waco, at lltiorol priccH. Apply by Ictti-r or iu pereon to ' ' ' JIM. LANOSTON. I'Blivlmo, Texn.. Desirable Itcfilflence lor Sale. Tim lindirnlgnod oilers lor aalo Ills residence, corner Tai-inc avenne and lloniton atrect. The hnildinn Is one of tlio best nnd most thoroughly llnislied In the city, and lias nil necar oiiilnillil liiia allaihc d. For terms Inquire of W. II. Thomas, at tho hanking lion of ;atou A Thomns, or to (Khljtwtf JK'O. W. rHVINDELLS. Uiaeiolxitioaa. XiTotioo' The Arm til Anderson. Dudley limine by mutual consent, dissolved partnership, all persons having claims against them are hereby untitled to present them to Mr. W. A. Dudley, at tha utore, for acttle nientWforo tho 1st of July. psdlw AXUF.ltSON Dl'DLKY. !fi50O UEWAIID. T will pay five hund red dollara for the apprehen sion ami conviction of the person or pora na who nilinlered A. 0. Currier oil llie UiKht of May 10th, l;i7,I. J. A. McCABK. 1) illaa, Texas, May 21. 173. If. HANCHE SALOON E. C, TARRANT, Frop'r, South Bide of the Square, Up Stairs FOttT WORTH, TEXAS, mwm THE ALHAtVlBRA 'ih Iwflt WlnoH and Liquor to l ruunil at tho popular Mloon of Wood & Fleming, Jefferson, bet. Main & Elm sts. Th only house in the clly where Ale and Porter ajtptjHiMojiht Soots and Shoes. 8. K. MclI.nHNH Y. W. J. IIUTCI1IN8. jJclLUENUY A UUTCII1NS, SUCCESSORS TO W. J. HUTCHJ.N8, IN WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ANDNOTIOISH, Franklin St., under Die Ilu'chlnf House Houston, - - - Texas. 49 A (t'nla for the ftilenf all floods mssnfac-tnre-l t; the " HoiMton City Mill." and ihe"Kur. ka Mills. March Jl,1873.-nMfl:damei qmuilHk. uiitl r Jrii ....I... ' "Uie hi H n JN THE HEAR. lMlf waitors. Also, Lomp's celobraled St lot. cool. ' " A. IHcCAIIE, Froiuiclor. TENNESSEE, President - Vloo President Secretary $1,100,000 or Local Trustee's. Gen. L. CAUELL, Secretary t.CABKM.. f'ol. C.S. JIITCIIKM,, H MI'.si.N, Ki., (Hlit. FT I.1K' II V T H11.V WKM.IKIK.N, lino., 11,0. JAS. 80BIHIUS. riijsit'iiins. yjtlCTOIlN P. 4 J. S. I'AHKINfiTOff, IN TENNYSON'S NEW IHiILPINO, fiposlto Adim.a A leorn.-d'ii Itniili. M1 jyi. T. WILLIAMS, Surgeon & Physician 0 Frier, AND RRHfDRHrK AT J.MK PFI'CT URCO STOII, EI.M UTRt.CT. of Pal In anil Itie HiiiToiiuiltiitf run u try, f ti27dtf jjlt. J. W. MJLLEPv, Physician mid Surgeon, Ttespertfnlly niforma tho clthuMw of Pallsi that hoirrndiuited In tlio Virixlnia Stale Medical Colhiie March, JWfti, was snrseon at Cliynborazo Ilospltsl ltlchmond. Va., during the war. That aa onto the iarffest In the Confedereey, there win snipli room lor ,1,lHKI pnlleota. He has Ix-en in Mil's practice !n Vlririnia from the close of the war na til liiu 24th day ot Iiccoaiher 18"'.!, when he left fur Texas, haa located io this city and olfera tils wr flcei to the public. liefer tu Messrs. Clark Bry an. it. Office and residence Herth of Cumberland Presbvterinn rlinrch, belwctn Uoaaton and Jelter in atrrota. tfa niW3m pa. E. II. JONFS, PR. I. d. tiiunnoK. I)RS. JONES & TIIRUSTON, OFFICE IM GILLESPIE BUILDINO, ELM 81. In Front of News unite. Dr. Jones' residence In the office. Pr. Thrnston'i residence In Swlnk'i bnllilln. " the Square. !L. DR. T. C. RIVERA, HOME O IF-A-THIST (Uio or Chnrlty nopllol, New OrlMM.) Offlce with Dr. Keller I'liaree, JIalD "P poslte ti'qnare. 8-ifira DR. J. L. JOHNSON, Office in Dr. Ilayncs' Drug Store, NORTHEAST ;C0B. PUBLIC SQUARE. Kmlrtrncr) PhIIm Spring. M1, 0, i. KKLLBB. J. L.W. M1 JELLEIi & rilARES, llcsiiacnt entlta, Offlceon Main street, north aide of pub. 'V''nt Dra . Elliott 8lef enaon'a dm atort, i Dalian, - - Tf",'; Offlchoun from . 'clock "y,'" ! JCE ! ICE I ICE I i iti;i. bouiv & co., Itate opened an lot Depot, on Jefferson St., Opposite the Cold Room. Where they are prepared to famish I" rOI'R CENTS PEE POCKD. 47.111