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r" LOCAL NEWS. J. N. RAHTHOLOW. Local sllr, Streets flooded. Tobaoeo worm. -Wr df(b)ll-ode!l, detenu (nei'Jowed, CUU iwlmiulng tin rler, Heavy drift wood, bound guKwerd. -ATflllnibll-.Wmu.il Till billing Ih apple. No retiirna front the Third Wrd up to going to prei, Cedela In brut coat and groy buttoni on tbe ttreol. Ferry bout cam near breaking from Its moorings Monday morning, Th rWer U out of Us lianka tod oo en 1 li e bottom to the foot of the bluff. Dtautlful drenmem, end tome not to beautiful, lake their tUttn under lliq lo. otintfl In the oottrt yard. A borne walked off the Trinity cauee. way, yeelrrday, and both It end Its rldnr would hive been drowned, but for the skill ful manngement of the man oo the nnl mtl's beok. J, IT. linker, 1'nfy, formerly of the GnWeeton News, but late of the Hounton Union, bee purchased Colonel Trnay's In terest In the latter paper and le now mon arch of thnt concorn, and promisee to run it very lovely. -The balloting la the Second Ward, yesterday, for eounollmon resulted In the election of J. II, Ilryan and N. II. Sonles; In the First Ward, Messrs. Ilarksdnle, Anger and Ervoy, These gentlemen were chosen by an almost un animotis vote. A little J child, whose name eould not be ascertained, felt over the bannisters of the steps lending from the Odd Fellows' Hall, last night, and fortunatelyfo1l on a pile of sand, whlob prevonted what other: wise might have bean a serious aooldent, A horss attached to an eipress wag on on whloh was seated a colored woman, forgetting the undignified results which would ensue to the occupant by a sudden move forward, gave a quick start and aun ty made a euooesslon of revolutions that injured the reputation of every whirligig and wind-mill in the whole country. As some little children were playing In a buggy, on Elm street, yesterday, to i which a horse was bitohtd, thoir gambol frightened the animal, who started off in a brisk run and threw them all out. The eoftness of the ground, owing to the late rain, prevented any of them from bolng injured at all save a few luoonsidorable i cratches. A man and a woman relailod a little "Hp," "choek," "jaw," or whnlevor you may choose to dub it, for their mutual ou tertalnment,up town last night, and so disturbed their neighbors that one of them ventured to stop 'across and remon strate with them, when the female rioter suggested that the most .wholesome thing for the interloper to do would be to dust the Band from under his "hoofs" in that particular looallty and return to his owu llannockburn, The would-be moderator, being of the Quakerish turn, did as sug gested, and thus the matter ended. The lUurtlut'lfi-H arcl Troupe. Last evening our oitizeus were enter tained, for the flrst time hv this nnlohrataJ company of artists. Paul Mortlnettl, as Jocko, was as per foot a pleoe of harlequin pantomime as we have ever witnessed. The Chinese dance, by Le June Ignaoio, and the Highland Fling by La Petite Adele, vere exeouted with a preolBlon and abandon which re 'ceived an encore. 1 The whole conoluded with the rolicklng pantomime of Pat-a-Cake, In whloh the whole company participated, and which was excellently performed. To-night will be their last performance In our oily, and if our cltiiens desire to pass an agreeable evening we advise thorn to attend. j Freak of the Storm. j Oa Sunday sight one of the most fearful '. 'rain storms, accompanied with terrific thunder and lightning visited this seotlon which we ever remember to have wl neesed, The rain fell in torrents, while the well charged olouds did not fail to relieve thew ' lolves of their pent up thundors and oon- ' jentrated electriolty. The livery stable t )f Messrs. Hill & Jones afforded the most Utractive objeot to the lightning, wh'eh ; jient a bolt through the roof, striking one u tne neavy oaic Beams wniob support tbe i mperstruoture of the building, where the Jileetrio fluid seems to hare disseminated C teelf generally, affecting more or less leveral of tho heavy timbers whloh con' iieot at the apex of thereof. NThedoor l V .1. J ... Ausi!.' . I. f vas also aoeoted oy tbe ourrent wniob ' ore into infinitesimal threads the oaken 'iprlghis which support the heavy doors ,ind there spent Its force in the earth, at a lioint not 07er eight feet from ahorse ,. tabled in the outer stall. The animal Jiroke ill halter and left its abode under i iroumstances of peculiar excitement no jioubt. In tbii conuection we would oall jhe attention of our cltitens to tbe faot .hat Messrs. Milken & Thompson of Oalves- Jon, who are manufaolurers of Hall's Cop J er Scroll Lightning Rods, are In the oity :eadrand waiting to fortify evere building 'a Dallas against the dangers inoident to ightnlng. Their rods possess peculiar t. dvantagea over any we have ever seen, telng continuous and so adjusted together s to present all the eurfaoe of the rod in it most available manner to tbe conduo- ion of the electricity. They guarantee !ieir work and repair all damages which ay result to a building protected by their ads. They can be seen at tbe stable of essrs. Hill 4 Jones, where the are ready rtoeive and till orders, THItJ lTIItT WAUD A II Kill OLD BOARD OF ELECTIOX After lis lb Kill. Bo)s, Only TAe Tour flumpa!,'" Yeslirday aflernoun, a sable messenger entered our office with remarkable II tie t ness, and planked down Ihlsly i "Mnjnr llarthnlnwi IMpsss coma round to the Mayor's oflioe and lake a glum of wine with us, 1IOAI10 OF KI.IMTIO.V, First Ward," We smilingly went, On rimoliliig the Mayor's oflloe, our eye look In his honor engrossed iu something behind the vflicial euolosure, while fo the right es we su tured was J, Huhnoiiler, Jmlgo of oleollnn ; 0, 11, Hollaifd, Jr., sreutary of elrotlon; M. Ullman, teller of elrotlon; U.Meyer and M, J, Itannhnn, clerks of election, all of whom were lilting lbs girts Inloxl cunt, und with ths othor, tiikifag iu "woles" "woles," as tho laler-born and genial Weller would say, The following was the order of tho troubles " First a llies, olgars, boor, Ice, &o.; were furuished by the following bonnes: A.M. Frioud & Co., Messrs. Meyer & Cataliem, J. Iiohny, J, A. MoCabe, 0. Bloom, John lllsmaik. The fillowlng suhjHonas wero Issued and promptly served by that oxoollent olli oer,Mr, (Jardner, who was " well tip to the snuir," and jollity of the occasion, on II in Honor the Mayor, who had evidently taken champagne before; Jules Schneider, who knew how it was hlumelf, Judgo J, M. Thurmond, who had born there a time or two, my boy; Capt. Adams, who never oould let it spoil; U. II, Holland and Mey er, who oould destroy it like a Modoc; Col, Sneed, who don't hauker aftor orow, and don't always wait to lake his champagne In small doses; and Ranahan and Flyun, who were always thirsty from the titno they caught sight of It until somebody swore they had drank all the champagne In the city, Then enme the oonBiimptlon, after which It was found to bo six o'olock, and (ho ground foeling as though it had boen sud denly taken with a first class nguo sliuko, the polls were judioiously, legally and champngnely declared olosod. The board of olcolors of tho FirBt Ward request us to lendur, through tho oolumnsof the Hkrald, their kindust ac knowledgements for a very rtrAcrcAedin nor furnished ihem by the proprietors of the Cosmopolitan. "Well, boys," as ibe old lady said when she heard of his kind ness I o widow Smithkin, "that's jist like tho old man for all the world." A l'roposllioti To the Kdltur or the Dallas Hvriilil : I herewith hand you a proposition from Mat Cullon and PiiiO'Donuoll & Drulber, well kuown and responsible ooa tractors, that explains itself: If lbs city of Dallas will issue bonds for tho work as each five miles of the road bed U completed, (fifty per cot of tho amount voted bolug retained till the road is in running order to the oonuty line), the company will bo able to secure the iron and ueoessary rolling stock, and put tweuty miles of the road In oporatiou this year. We will thru receive two hundred and four thousand eight hundred acres of land from the State, wbloh will enable us to complete another seotlon. When work on tbe road Is ouoe fairly commenced, it will not stop until the coal and copper mines are reached. Are the oitizens of Dallas sufficiently interested in the immediate commence ment, and rapid construction of the rail , road to order the bouds to bo issued in in stallments as tho road is made ready for tbe. iron ? The act of the Legislature changing tho line of the road so as to run through Don ton, annulled the oontraot made last win ter with New York parties, its renewal depends upon the comparative cost of the new and old lines, which can only be as certained by surveys : therefore the con struction of the road maydspead upon the action of the oltizons of Dallas on this proposition, J.W. CALDER. Dallas, June, 0, 1873. J. W. Calder, President Dallas and Wiohl. ta llailroad Company, Dallas. Texas, 8m We will grade, tie and bridge the Dallas and Wiahita li. ail road, to the coun ty line, on the line running up the East side of Elm Creek, and reocive in pay ment therefor the bouds of the City of Dallas, provided however, that sulfioioat bonds be issued on the completion of the work on each and every five miles, to pay the amount due therefor. MATT. CUUEN. pat. odonnell & Bro. Tbe Democratic Convention. To the Editor of tho Dallas lleralj. We, the undersigned committee, ap pointed at a meeting of the oitizens of tbe city of Dnllas, held in tbe court bouse on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of ascertaining what accommodations would be extended by the various hotels and restaurants of the city to the members of the press during the sitting of the Demo cratio Convention, ia oise it should be held here, authorize you to state, through the columns of your paper, that they will be reoeived as guests and properly eared for, free of charge, by the committee. 0. E. Fl.VDLAT, J. M. THURMOND, THOMAS FIELD, W. W. PEAKE. Dallas; June 9, 1873. For Hale. One-tbird interest in Conmeroial Hotel. Apply to BLAKE &BAUKLEY. 103tf Waemtilov In our tab denarlmsnt nnlv firat-olsss workmen. Pointers, I'ntntore. Patntoo. flood sound peaohlilow pulsions at $1 per bushel at Ihe Hod Hlore, Kim street, opposite tin California wagon yard. HHd FRANK EL & STONE. Burnt: & Holmks are the largrst paper manufacturers Iu the West, and will 111 all ordera for paper of all kinds at less prioe than any housa In St. Louis, Mcr ohanlsatids'flllontrs oan order direct from holr house In Ht, Louis. 67dtf 300, Wanted ti borrow $500 on personal property, for three months. Address II. J. W., Dallas. HKMUt M. Shulls will furnish building M iierl p at reasonable rales, on HO to HO days time, at lliree per ecu!, per month, lobe secured by Deed of Trust. Parties wish. ing snub ncooinmodations apply to John M. Stemmons. 82-dtf Kent lie lir. Freeh sleek of Havana and Domes tlo Cigars received per express at the K UNTUCK Y, COJt f Cor. Main and Market Streets For Sli.. One-half interest In my slnrn at Oran berry. Apply to 8. D. ULAKE. HKldif ? Notliu. A Convention of the people of Dallas county is horoby called lo meet in I lie oity of Dallas, on Saturday, tho Mill Inst., fo1' tho purpose of naming dolegulis lo ihe general Statu Convention, JiN'tl. r. MCCOY, Chairman Dallas County Executive Com in it too. C'nit. Aim Ilnmooil hereby annuiinaes himself as acandidalo fur (ho (i (lie 0 of District. Clerk of Dallas county, at the next ensuing election. UHd Fred, Oppenheimer, 118 North Second street, Bells cigars and lobnoco to nil the live dealers in this lino In D.tllas, Dallas Lodgo of (inol T'tiiplurs meets evoty Tuesday night at 8 P.M., at Female College. Oldtf otcogoll & Co. have received a large and woll selected stook of Tublo and Park et Cutlery. C all and see ihora. 8'J-tfd Notice. All persons Indobted to Ihe undcrslgn'd for subscription lo the Dallas Hkrald advertising or job work, are hereby noti- liou lo eei tlo the same After llio 1st day of July, all unpaid bills will bo plaocd in tho hands of an oflicer for collection, Olditwlm JNO. W.SWINDELLS. We will sell lumber, shingles, doors, sash, etc., etc,, after this date at curukxcy prioes, Will always pay best bank rates for gold and silver in payment of bills. 1021m CAMERON &MAYFIELD. Cameron & Mayfield sell' be.nt whi'o pino olenr shinglo for $7.00 currency. HW lw A fresh su pply of lemons just recsived, at DAVENPORT & HUTCHINSON'S, 102di!t Swiuk's lllojlt, Elm street. Piebce & Ltlk, BookBollors on Main street, is the only house that has the cele brated English mitre box, and apparatus fot making a perfsct picture frame. They have worked up over eight thousaud feet of moulding within the lust four months. 102d3t. Cameron & Mayfield have the best stook of doors and eush ever brought to North ern Texas. 102 lw White pine dres.ed and headed piokets for sale by 102 lw CAMERON & MAYFIELD. Cameron t Mayfield soli cement at from $1.60 to$5.C0ounency. 102 lw The Hkrald job othce is the most com pleie establishment of its kind In Texas. Til K STATU Of TEXAS, COUNTY OF DALLAS. Wherem, on Ilia 6ih day of Ajirll, A. II. Jl73. Lntlii p Ilawiim mmloanil executed a certain dead of trint lo iKMiri) W. 0. II mdall .t Brn.. In Urn hit. niant of a curtain iroinl,,ry imiu for Hie mini of iwo iiunureii ami iw iiiy-iurtw an 60-100 coin ilul lam, and, wlierraa, I wo Ijr tha lerm of anid iliod of I nut tumW tioalcn, aud, wlmrtui, Ilia tcruia of the witdjilwd of IriKt baa not buou comilied with by tba aald Tawaon. ihrrolura, in compliance with tli liiatructlona of W, U. ItauUall t llio., I will inocetMl, ON TIIK2tst UAlf OK Jtl.NR, A. I). !7S, to null tha liomii.ltiiiitMloii Klni atnwt, known aa Ihe Kim Strtwt Markati and now occui:vil by Liinib k lirew, xrocara, lo tha highnt bidder for coin, that beiiiK tne properly named In tha anid dml of truat. In front ot tba Court Mouao door, In tbe city of la. laa. Uallai Comity, Texaa. B. P, JKTT UKIdllt PLANING AND SAWING. , Dallaa UrBnnd Iron Ponndrv Halu Nlrcet Ilul I us, Texas. In connection Willi our foundry anil Ulackanilth Shop, we havajiiat put in new and coinpMo I'biuliiK and 8awlii Mao ilnery, and are prp..rcd to till a erdera for aawli aud plnniuK liiHibar. Prlcea in currency For drnMing lumber, 30c per 100 fret ; forreaaw.!, .. pur loo foot. Ididltm ANOKJiS NAC.I.E LANE & BODLEY, CINCINNATI. UAXlTACTl'lIEllS OF 8TANDABD Plantation Machinery. Stationary and Portable STEAM ENGINES, Saw Mill. Orlt Milts, Shafting llanreri, Pulley, etc. Our machinery la alronx, alniMe and well made, and la eaiifclallr adapted to the aanta if arraera and plaiilvra, for tinln. aawin rind- un, and ractvry uae. Deno ior an ii'n-irarea cata- Ojrue. b.a.io nuui,i.i. Baud Awly John Wa ar all., Cincinnati, 0. We art authorlsnd and rsintiM to announos WILLIAM II, PIUTIIER, as a ramllilsiii (lir Hhoillf of Online County at the ImiIiu Iu llMuiuilnr. iUw FENDLEY & MILLER KEEl' TUB XI13ST wines And LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS IN TEXAS. TIIKIlft WIIIHICIKS TII1JV GUARANTEE to su: rout ir.tus on, Ami riirt'haNCd I'i oih ho Irludt KcHiioiiNlblc Itlti mi fact Hi cks In KcntucUy. EVERY BODY KNOWS THEM. And thin Aniiodticcmcnt Ih SHmitly Made lo Kotliy Thclr Friends and the pinLic That Thoy arc Still at Thoir Old Stand and um Heady as ever lo Serve I'altli ful ly and l'olltcly, All WHO MAY CALL ITOiV THEM. ODD FELLOWS' HALL. y.T. PRICK teeoud ManaRor QKO, W. 111NTLKV UiiHliiasa Muuagur TWO NIGHTS ONLY Monday and Tuesday Evenings, JTTJNTE Otlx uJVTJIJ lOtla The Orrat Orlsliinl MARTINETTI-EAVEL PANTOMIME & BALLET TROUPE Tho Great Julian its Clown! TIIK CIIII.il WONDERS, LE TETITE ADELE AD LE JEIWE IGXACIO JOCKO AND" PAT-A-OAKE. Graud Change of Bill Tuesday Night. ADMISSION, $1 j CHILDREN, 60o. Tirka a for aalo, aud reaerved acata aiTitrcd, at Pierce Lyle'a llook Store, commencing Thuraduy niuruinc June 6. titid.it'Wlt j)ALLAS OITY BAKERY, Confectionery & Restaurant BOIINY ic LOUPOT, PBOPXIETORS, At their Old Staid on Main Street, Where thej lure In atore a large aaaortment of Conrcctluni-rlcs of all Kinds, Canned Goods, Oysters, Sardines, Dried Fruits, Etc., Etc., lie will alao liar Fresh Bread, Rolls, Calces, Eta., In eerjr variety. Thankful for the paat liberal nntronauo beatowed on liiiu ha-k' a continuance of the aamo. 8opt7, '7a,Y.:lf.dA BOIINV A LOUPOT 8. Lorn, Kew Orlcnna. J. Mosn, Dallas S. LOEB CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer. Iu STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Main Street, Dallas, Texas. TO THE PUBLIC: We are about lo remote to OIB NEW BBirK BllLDIN'G, OX RIM STREET, And are offering GREAT l.YDVCEJIENTS In order to reduce our atock. Call and eiatnlne oar ood liefort liitjlng elaeKliere, aa it will be to jonr beneBt. , lullf. DOWN, DOWN, DOWN THEY GO! No Humbug, Not at Cost, But Very Low. A Umiilne Ilclii flou In iry tjooiU nt .' IJJlllLiBlBS WHOLESALE Elm otroot, TDzxllaa, Texas A trp;e arid handnonn lot of pkln, nirlped, and njfiirad Plniim t 15 0 37I0 btaulifiil line of Uwnn nt 12 to Wo ; bnotil ifitl (Iroimdlna, t 12i to 871m 1 1? ' Drau Ooo,U at 181 to 80c; Soft FlnUI. lllc.ol.ed Collon; Fruit of ih LoSm ai ii IMnln tiJ Slrljud Jnpui-M Popliin at 23o. Oom &l 15! 1 tullcn' Linen nnrt d m Cloth SnU Complete $:s ao to H'lO The lifdt line of Trlmmlnir, Embroidery, Parasols, Ludleii' Undcrclolbiiiff Sath R,i,. SoaifH, Fain, Klolim, Fit cr, Luce, Laos folium, lloalorj, and Hlovrn' In ilia Hi it Our goode will bo f.M.od freah aud clonn, ai w buy Uircot from Munufturer.' nnd not second Land an I rofuat etook at auotlon, 1 TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS We will Buy we liave tlio beat nsnorled etonk of Dry Goods in (be Slate. We hare very heavy ilook of Uoota, Shoos, IIiiIh, Clolhln(t, and Notions, and will dunllcat! St. Louis and Ualveslou bills. We refer you to our quotations for the truth of mi aHscrtlon. T THE EEST PIAIIO ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST THE BELL TREBLE PIANO ' or St. I,oiiIh lias been awai ded the itremlum over nil competitors AT THIRTV STATE Mi VOIXTY FAIKS. We nrc iiKcnt lor litis, tlio most celehrntetl l'lnuo In Amerlea Will hsn c a Rooil Ntock Inu te Iaj si,M hlth eolSci loi alH In montlily installment. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST AND BUY ONLY THE BEST OUd&w STEAGALL & CO. Elm Stroot, X3nlltve, Totiaa. T. T. RYAN, FltOKRKHUB OV IlCAlVlj & PAliVTIlU li prcpttrpr. to plvu lffMMi In 1 he abort nrtfl, rr nit. mil (eight lfhHOM) $7; eliiRtft .non l. A ility and ovimiIhk cIhsm nliuiit to lio ui pitnit-il. HnUsftn tory rolcrenci'8 citn t kIvpu, Terma nnxluiHte. A'iy nt oilier, Bonlhuuiit curnor OoiirtliotiKu ti'imns PhMhh, IVxiih. Hl.llm BLACKS M1THING. JOS. Ii. ELCII, PRACTICAL IIORSESIIOER AND GKNERAL BLACKSMITH. Near (ho I rim Rrltlge - . I) nil us, Texas SpcciHliy HorHwhiwInfT, In which Iirnnrti lie in oxcel let! liy iioiip. He Rolirits work, Kxllv OLOIU.K B. HOLLAND, Jr., DKALKK IX JDiry GoOds AND CLOTniNG, Boots, Sliocs cfc Hats, NOTIONS AND PIECE 300DS, No. (ifl Elm Street, Dallas, Texas. Its 'All gu.tla sold at g.ilil (irlcoa fur CUltKlvNCY. tiMil:tiu Q T. HOWAff, South Side Main Stkeet, (Next iluor to Williams I!rj.,) Kr-rpa coQHtantly on liaml anil For Salo all kinila o Import cd and domestic Cigars, Choice Tobacco, Fruits, Confectioneries . and Cool Soda Water. Try him and j'on will ftnil piictn to unit tho tlwee Iiallaa, Tnxaa, Airll Sit. 173.-Ili45:tf 1500,000 CASH OTFTS TO I)B PAID IN YVhl. THE THIRD GRANO 01 FT CONCERT IK AID OIT THK PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY Will I nlven 111 hn-raat hall of I.ihniry Iliillillnc at I,onlvillc on TUK9DAY, JULY 8, 187H, at which lima TKN THOUSAND GIFTS, amoiiHtini ton irraml total ol' JiiiHI.tHiii, AI.li CAHH, will he iHilriliutwl liy lot lo tlckot'hohlera. No reduction In amount of pi Ha nt tlila ili.lributiou. hut each Kilt will Wlmld IN FCLL. OrrivE or I'AUMKna' ano PROVK.na' Bnk, limiaviiK Ky., April 7, 178. Tli Is la to fortify that thiTe la In tlio Farimra' and llroveraMtank, tot'iaer t of tho Third (irand Qill Concert for tin. l-fnetit the hnhlln Lflirnry ofKenlncky, FIVJ5 JIUND.15 :) THOl'SAND 1)0 L LAH3, whicli li ln'i'ii set r t by the Mnlinuoi-a to iiy the i;ii'ta in full, and . . he held by the hank and paid out for tliia purl ne, and this purpose only. (Signed) It. . VKECI1, Caahler. LIST OF GIFTS. One Grand Cash Olfi $10(1,000 One Grand Cah (11. 1 Nl.llOO One Uranil Cash (lift 2A.IHIO Olie Grand Taih Gift ai,(HK) One Uranil Cnih Gilt . lo.oio One Uranil Cash Oltt 0,0(10 Cash OHts of $1,IK each 24,lkKl on Cash Gifts of MM ' li.VIO RO ( uh Gill i of lno Cash ci. tot ISO Cash 01. tof t'M Cash (lllla of 0,1'JU Cash Gifts of 400 - S2.II00 3(10 .10,1 10 i I ;tu,(XHJ II ) " ..... 6HJ 10 " ......... 0,(K10 Total, 10,ix Gllia, all ish lOii.mO Onlya few tickets remain unsold, and they will ha furnMied to the llrst adicnlua at the tolloiii; prices: Whole tickets 110; hnlrrs, J,' ; iiiarlprs, .'W;11 wholes tor JtlKI; ; ir t6(IO; 113 far (fl.OUO. JTor tlrketa and full Inforniatioii, andy to TI10S. K. 1I1IA.M . TTK, LouiHrllle, Ky., url.liW. It. II AYS 4 CO, Mdtw IW Broadway, New Vork. COGSWELL, WEBER & CO., joBBiu or Watches, Jewelry, JEWELERS' SUPPLIES We gire prompt attention to orders by m Pi laa llsla sent on application. lOCi & 107 Stnto Street, OniOAOO. deoitam. Wanted A Uermaa, French or Swiis girl, about 16 years old, lo do housework. A good home and liberal pay awal's auch. Inquire at the Bibald office, COdtf AND RETAIL St. Louis Advcrtlst'mcnis. N. WALL, 1. A. III.1.VIN. t- r. B. Wall, Bclvin & Day, TOBACCO Manufacturers and Agents, AND Dealers ia Fine Cigars, NO. S'.'O N0IIT1I SECOND ST., ST. 10D1S. J. G. DROWME, Texas Agent. , T"dl Henry II, II, Now York f iiy; . W. Bill, Ht. Loals; John P. l)oos r, Jesia h. llooghcr, 81. Luuls, Mo. HENRY BELL & SON, STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods and Notions, 520 and 52S Main Street, Cor. Wain & Wanhington Ave, ST. LOUIS, KSTAI1LISHEI) IN 18GC. W. N. R. BE ALL, COTTON FACTOlt, Commission. Merchant, AND Purchasing Agent, No. 18 S. Comnoroial Street, ST. LOUIS. Saml.H.Riciiardson&Co., x. louis, mo. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour and Domestic Liquors, AND GENERAL COMISSION MERCHANTS J'OU TIIK SALE OP ALL TEXAS ritODUCTB lleiirosenlnd In Texas hy la. ,Vf K. Klclwrdon. LACLEDE HOTEL, Cox-. Fif tlx c Cla.esxi.vit ST. LOUIS, MO. Ttlrcrapli, llailroad and Sltuuihout Ofllrts la this llonsp. J- W. MALIN &: SON, Proprietors- J. It. Teasilnle. iW.B. Harrison. W.S.Trnsdell Teasdale, Harrison & Co., General Commission Merchants, Agents lor the l'urclmse and Sale of Grain, Flour, Provisions, Hides, le ns Pine Stiver, St. L.011U, No. Eirr. to i Mercantile Bank, Bank of Pommerca gt. Lonia; Vlckslmrg Bank. Vlckeborg, Miss. ST- JAMES HOTElT BROLASKI & OWINGS, Propriotora, St. Lonis, - Missouri. FHIST ClASS ACfOHMODATICXS IJf tVKHT RE SPKCT KXTRMIKI) TO CHESTS. Ltula Ullrich. Chas. Dlard. ULLRICH & DIARD, FORMERLY OF MOBILE, ALA. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN TOBACCO AKD DIRECT IMPORTERS OF HAVANA LEAP AND CIGARS, 0, 200 If. SECOND STUEET, Between Pine & Olive, ST- LOUIS, MO. ALL GOODS WARRANTED. 4, IX, GEO. DoFONTAINE, DALLAS BILL POSTEU. Iar. orders at tho Herald OfiV., pr marc street, ppo"" JtiI K. . dP IM"