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THE DAILY JIKItALI): TUESDAY MOKNINCS. SKPTEMNEIl 30, 1873.
141 IkHcGALEHi Editor. Temqcbatio state tickkt. Tor OoYonior, .KICIIAKD COKK, of McLeunnn. Kor MtfiiUimnt oyrnnrt RICIIAltD B. IIIBDAKI), of Bmlth. For Comptrolliifi 8KPIK ,11. DARDKJfKof Caldwell. . i Fr,TrnMror . A. J. BOBir, of Kminin. for Coniinlwlonw Oonoml Lnml Offlnot J. J, CHOOS, of Comal. i ForHuparlliUmilfliitor rulillo Instruction. 0. K. HOlLINBSHOKTII.Of Hn)S. Remember the Primary Meeting of the Democratic! l'u'rty, to be Held nt each Election Product, on tbo 11th of Otcober Keit. AiroiNTi:jim I will Klilrow tho ioiplfl of Tcxiut upon tlio imlWrtAl lx of lh ilny t th foliowliiK 'tlmMtndplHttrai ' ' '' ,; 1 ' ''MwxIk, Wrim,'!-i-' -:' " Oowloan, Frldnjr, (kiUilMT . " Dallas, Huturdny nltflit, October 4. ' " MeKllincjrjTiieiMliiyi October 7. - Hhrmim,WtliMUy, Oowiier . Bonhwn, Friday, OoUibor 10. ' Parl, Monday, OotnlMir 18. ' Clhrkuvlll. Wwlnwiilnr. Ootobor IS. . Ottiw pllitinnU wMIms amiouiioed bo forollioloyeooneliiill." " '" .......f . '.'. - ItlCIIAllD OBKft CoiVoxei. HtnuAnn'R' Atfroivr. ', l j . BESOT.' '' ' ; 'V' ' ' TfcK,HipUmUorl,'.101 ,, I will oddiuM the pooplP ol 'JVxns, upon , thpoliJ(wlliMUiwofjlliuday, M1U ,llow" ;, lug Union uuU jiliices i, ...... , ,,, . IJulliu, Hattinluy, October J. ., MoKtunoy, Tuesday, Oolobur 7. . ,Hliormn, WHliiultty,.oilobirH. , . IkmlminiKrldiiy, 0UU)r 10. ,, .. . 1'urU, Monday, Uutobur 13. . r ' ,-. . . HnlphurHpriiiKS, Wndiiosduy, October 15, Unnvlllu,Krllity,Octibrl7. .il .' KnufniBU, MonUiiyM OuUibof ).. ..' . - v ! . : UICIIAUI) n. mniiiAiiit. V. H.-Othcr nppoliiimniM 'will bo mi liounred bofuro Hie above iiritaniiclhdcd, ThlH word lias hud bIkiiIHoiiuoo i through nil tUtbiiKW In which limn luw existed. It litis never hIkiiIIUhI but the ouo thing tho rule of the poo- pie. Imperial Homo, an wo know her history, did not suoeimifo bcciuise -'Cowir orosiiod tffe Rublooii, but Demon racy whs dead or Cesar liml never crossed the historic stream. Except that of Venice, which hns perished, tho most we may say Is that the only De mocracy of tho world which has not perilled Is t hut of (Switzerland. ... There Is no representative Demo. emtio government tjow. ou the earth except tho ouo we have cited, tho United States, and some fuW' abortions lu Southern America. 80 long 11s It Is : bused upon tho Intelligence, of the people, a government may stand wars, pestilence and famine, provided that . people te capable of self-government. . J low Is It with us hero in Texas to day? Tho waves of a devastating civil war has swept over tho . land. '. This campaign lluds many (States despoiled of their lawful ' rights, aud their sons disposcHsed of .,, their heritage; ha wis It with Texas? Though this govui'umiyit may have lost the purity of form which we so much valued in our original constitu tion, which purely representative form -.'Ban Satisfied' fiwlfccrltind since Indeed the mountaineers of Url uud'Utcrwul den slew the knights of Churles tho Bold of Bergundy; though wo have josi sumviuiDg 01 our excellence una vigor, there la still loft much to con tend for. Texas is long enough and uroadv- euough auuV deep - enough, to cherish and sustain within her own bosom, a peoplo who shall revere the constitution as l was, who will respect me local ana state rights or their fellow-citizens In other States aud dually prove herself a high exemplar to tho others of tho Union in what should constitute a free member of this con federacy of States. The present cam paign promises all this. Texas, we may fairly conclude, will know no mora of Judical rule. Their patience is not bnly threadbare, but they are outraged, individually and collect ively, that the insults and Injuries - Davis boa Indicted upon the State had to be borne, per force.". ' : A new era is coming, and we verily tcjlve tttat.thls,Stat, ff txue t herself, r Ucdpilbfe ot etjeuorattii j die coiiutry. ten years from to-day, when Texas has &W millions tif citizens, she will be able to speak her political opinjons in J aotmOertflln tottcs-.Jjef ljer buTuher ish principles of Southern manl-.ood, and the consequent political trusts, and the day will yet dawn, whon Texas will 'prove; the tmnuer State r Democracy, t Tnd 4$tta,Qf clf-goyernmcnt In which there is uo degredatiou. ( Tbt Waterworks Ag;Kn. . . . , To the Edltpr ot the Dsllaf HeruUl: A communication In your Issue of thoth;tost;rjn;e4 "Tywn,'! contains someWety v'ttlnsblo n'lggestloils aud should be carefulp considered by the " citizens of Dallas. . W'hllo lt.ls mooter 6r public cbrtve- niehee "Oiat 'we sLbuld have cross troeU in thickly settled portions of t. Uy, Hrl-ko vltof law, that lh owners of property Uken for ; streets i mere te no tnnnrv wm. ...v.. K Stock In mimiMik 1 ti. .. . ' hlch U it . W! rr -ong IVibllltle, to wli , 1 7 . aviret on VOO.000 Texse P., , -uouw, inoO; nfcrogl on Mil mo tuniiiiiit Dallas mid Wlelillu IioikIm, $8,00(1; Inlorcst on !flJ'i,0iO WitU'i'worlcs bonds, $10,oih). Total, C:'ii,. 000 Inlerest to bo paid fur thirty yearn, milking a grand tola' of $7Kil,IKii) lobe paid to two railroads and Urn Water works, exclusive of principal. To tho taxation iieceHHiny to pay this add. tho Statu and county tuxes mid oily taxes for current expenses, and wo will havo a burden to bear Unit will be a serious hindrance to tho pron perlty and progress of the city. I'orliiniitely wo have an opportunity to defeat the proposition la regard to tbo waterworks, as well ns tlio proposi tion to Issue $15,000 for every live miles of the Dallas and Wichita, Kuilmud when graded mid bridged. Let tho slock bo taken when the road Is lln- Ished per agreement, and not before. As to the waterworks, there Is no doubt whatever that the city ean be supplied by parties whowlll require no stock to bo taken, aud who will only look for payment for water wlum fur nished. Any 0110 01111 build waterworks If the public pays tho cost, two or three times over, which will bo the cimo If the proposition Is carried at tlio election 011 the (lib proximo. "lUistlciis," In TJIH Hkhai.u of the 27tli, must be one of tho favored few. lie seems to think that by Involving a oily deeply In debt, It Is a siiro means (o uuiko it 11 big city, u.id the people pros porous and buppy. We very much few thnfltustlcus," iins n better piece of tho 'Waterworks' chicken pie. Now, wo don't object Ui the waterworks, wo want them, and w.o want everything else that will benellt our city. Hut first, last and all the time, wo say let tho owners build. Kustlcus writes as ; if there w.is no em tlily liopo to get water Into the eily unless, we let "John Lock wood" fur nish it. I'll ink him If there was any- other proposition to supply the eily with water than tho one acted on. Lot mo further ask him, If it was not the llrst proposition made to the Hoard of Aldermen; And let me further tisk him if the party or parlies asked the city to pay or contribute a cunt toward the const ruction? l'ossibly he may say the parlies were not known to be responsible, yet it seems that they had the same opinion of John Lockwood, and hence propose togl vo him enough city bonds to "build tho works," llo says very plausibly, "Let the future generations pay for what wo do now." Suppose wo do, Is that any reason why a foiv individuals should realize a fortune at the expense of our descendants? "W. II. C.," In your issue of the 27th, presents the thing In a nutshell. He gives facts and figures, mid proves o the satisfaction of every one but tho ring, that the work ean bo done for Jus,t what tho city proposes to take in stock, $'H),000. . "An Alderman" In your same issue I am glad to see, takes conservative views In regard to tlio mutter. His communication is Jiot only sensible, but breaths tho right spirit. He like wise gives facts and figures well worthy of consideration, and I am quite sure that both himself and W. H. C, will agree with 1110 that wo want water, and must havo It, but we don't want It in such a wuy that af ter the city bus constructed tho whole thing, ft few individuals, (probaby Rustleus among tho number) may own them. , " Wo repeat, lot us encourage nil local enterprises, but lot tho owners, those who enjoy, tho profits, furnish the money to put them Into execution. "Kustlcus" writes us if wo are to have a population of half a million or so, an empire us he terms it, he bus such a vivid Imagination, sanguine temperament,' ns to cause - us hgain to Infer that he belongs "to the ring." Kow, Mr. Editor, can't you find out if there was any other proposition muito to; tho Board of Aldermen to supply tho city with water, and if so publish it, possibly it would throw much light on the subject. "Kustlcus" says "this Is no time for legislation. There are parties prepar ing to build waterworks. Tho most Immediate, and pressing want th.".t could bo felt by any peoplo Is a supply of water." Granted; but is that any reasou why wo should enrich Bustlcus or his (Tie ads to build tho works, when it is certain that the worts can be erected without cost to the City? 'Let the-people vote tho proposition down, aud then let competition in, and we will see that Ituslieus is not only sanguine, but vlslonavy. watkh. To the Editor of the Dallas HeruUl. For the iuformation of producers aud dealers In cotton, Will you please present tho following, clipped from the St, Louis Globe of the 22d: "Whilo New York capitalists are en during the gripes of panic, those of St. Louis coutimio their operations with out fear-of disaster. The one class Is entangled in the iron meshes of rail road 'securities.", while tho latter is usinirlU money in the channels of commerce, lo tloat to tins mnrKet the great staples of tho West and of the South. e TKXA8 AND ARKANSAS St'I'PLIES. For the cotton year eliding Sentem- bcr 1, 1874, Texns will market foiir hundred and fifty thousand bales of cottou; Aikansas, four-lui'idred and rorty tlioussiia imles. Tlio various railroads nowly opened now penetrate sections of country of both States that can mrniHii for this market one nun- nred and flHy-thousantl lialcs In North urn Texas, aud two hundred-thou- sauu iHilm in ArKansas. llesldes the iiiKit; nnjKimirtanov can reach us by lower river communication, Tu Is the amount of bunluvss tils new rnll- roaite In Texaa ami Arkjiiiwui oan fur nish to this market ' The estimate now Is oinmt leadltia . dealers, receipts of. 125,000 to 150,000 "ies k ; ... 4 The Irtjittht from Dallas to 8t. Ix)uls on cotton l tbreo-foiirtbs of one per 1 cent pur pound; from Dallas, Texas, to (iiilvcsloii, one cent, Tho (lid veMoii col lull goc; to NnW Ol leans, From Jimilson, 'iVyiri, to HI. Lous, (1-lOcif 1 cent per jxiiincl; fioin Hi iiIhd i tl) OlllVCSloll l CI'lllN, I'Voni Ht. LoiiiH lo Liverpool, Eng land, on t!irui;!i bill of lading, via New York all rail, and llieuro i' steamship, the f.vighl hi J of id per pound, III Ht. Louis storage In twenty-five emits per bale per month, free of dray age. In New Oi lcans forty cents per bale storage, and twcuty-llvc cents drii.vage. In New Orleans weighing eosis twenty cents per hale; In (SI, Louis llflceii cents; indiilvcMloii lll'teeii cents. In our cotton iirtlelenf Monday last wo report ed thai. Home eight or ten cot ton brokers from New Oilcans and Memphis Intel established themselves in this city. TlicKC men urcrlcli in ex perience. ' lly actual lc:.t cotton is laid down in Ft. Louis from Northern Texas cheaper than It can bo at New Oi lcans, or per hapscven in Memiliis,iinileei'laiiily the cost of marine insurance from (lulves toil or New Orleans Is saved when Kuslcrn buyers purchase In tills mar ket, A COTTON KXCIIANCIK. Here u bulletin board shows the tel- egruphlo market reports, rcedpls, price of gold, ami oilier facts of luieivst to tlio trade. Here buyers and sellers 11ml producers ciin meet; hero samples can tie sent, and sales can bo mailt- without expenditure of time. The cotton Is already 011 hand. The freight and other charges are less to St.. Louis than to New Orleans from Texas and Arkansas, Eastern spin ners will give St. Louis the preference. JUCTIOfi f?? com mj ss on . " A OAltl). " Wo are doing 1111 auction uml com mission business, at the corner of Elm mid Market streets (u prominent point), in this beautiful anil growing city, and we solicit consignments of Hour, grain live stock and everything needed by this rapidly increasing population. We are also diting 11 real estate busi nessbuying, selling and locating lands, examining titles, paying taxes, collecting rents, etc. We sell nt public or private sale, us lnsti'iictud, and make liberal advances on consignments. Our motto: "Quick sales and prompt re turns." ltcferonccs: Swindells & McCalob, Editors and Proprietors of the Dallas Herald; Adams & Leonard, Bankers, Dallas; (Jastoii, Thomas & Baylor, Bankers and Insurance Agents, Dallas; ('apt, U, M. Swhik, Pallas; Cols. Sneed & Finley, Attorneys lit Law, Dallas; Messrs. Shryock & Row land, St. Louis; T. V. Jordan & Co., U.-iukors, Dallas; ltobt. Hare, Caron delet St., New Orleans. Respect fully, M. A. HI 111 5 LEU & CO. M. A, 111 11111, Kit. W. C. SICKI.KS, It. V. TOMI'KINS. J. II. UTTLKVIKLI). Tompkins & Littloflold, Commission Merchants AMI ltKALMt.N IX Farm aid Mill Machineiy, 101 m nt., DulIiiN, Texas CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED A (cents for .1. I. C'ho C'oh i'ortiiblo KibbIbioh, Ilormo lNw rs nml 'J'hrt'xlHTM. Hirlty Mow?r iiikI UH?rM. Hrliih'- 'M I t:iv(rsnl 1'Iohm. KiiiNlMpi'N V:ui J.Iiih. I'.urt'ka Kiiiut ISlilU and llolt Ini; ClodtM. ( uIliviitorH, Double MiovoIn, KU'.. VA. , . . . HOtltf Waio Kim,, I.alu of UiMii'Kin. Uwr. SniKr.ret, Late of TenuiwHfto, It. H. Waooknkh, lute of Virginia. NewAuctioiiPinu HILL, SHIELDS & CO ' -Aiiiotioiicors, Iti'al Kstiito anil Ili'tital AKt'iils. Jcll'i'itioii ti'wt, bi'twuen Main uml Kim, Uidliis, TVxiu. W nro now opi-n mid rencly lo rceelvn uml wll nil kliiils of xils wmii's uml nu'ivlimi dluo; rent uml soil luiiil, exionliiu IIUcn, pay tuxi's, uml iiinkt! ciihIi ililviilii'i'H on i'imsii;li Illenls Unit may I mi t'litrnstnl to ub. will niMl(iMiili'k will's nml prumia irlurns. Wu nisnivtlvely tvU v to Tivzi'Viint ft Co., Jllllll'.H l.llli'l', I'l'i'Mlllrllt Dl'Hlllll llunli, uml Holibor & V milium, .Mi'inphls, Ti'iim'ttsiv, Yfiitmnn, SIiMiIh A Co., John Iv Ilk 1111111,11ml Mornun, T lionms & Co., Xashvlllo, Tenn. l!lSl:im , EDUCATIONAL. Instmotion on tho Piano. MKs.Mary MuOwt'ii will ncelvnu few ntoro pupils for Instruction on the I'lnno. Hlie mny bo found at tlio resilience of the senior publisher of Tlio Dallas lluralil, corner l'a clflo avenue and tloutoti street. UlMlm . MISS LIZZIE McGEE, I.te Tenrlifrof Vnrsl Jtaile st the Ksrrrd Ursrt Contest, Miislilltustlllr, .. ., Oirent her pmrpsslnnal'servlcesto thevltlzons of Dallas us timcticr or Voeal nml Instru mental Muslo nml Kivntll. Apnlv to Dr. J. W. MttUiv.itviillHt, or to lieiwll, iit Colonel (J. W. Huyloi'V residence. Iiilililm DALLAS FEMALE INSTITUTE- The sixth si'liolnstlc yciir beaMis . NKI'TKMIII K H NrfOiiil Monday). Coi ns of 'IVui'lient, tin' very Ik'si. '1'iiltlon tiAvnblc In Unlli'd Htatfs euriviicy, liy the half M'sslon In iiilvnmv, ami chniiiisi from entrance to closouf scmIoii. Small lnys mi ni II Int. 1. 11. ( a .:, lTltvtUm ' l'rlncliml. RIVERSIDE ACADEMY In the Old Masonic Building. I' A LI, NKVilO.V OI'LXN Ni:PT. 13, 1S7S TRRMH I'IMlHFNfV Primary Depart men t, per niontli..........SI w ..,.,... .. fn-. , ,..M lVlMimlory Deimrlment, per tnoiitli . II nil Academic Ueuartmeiit, peruitinlli 4 in) For Lntln, Greek or Higher .Miitliemntlcs Jl M. W. M 1UTIX, lSlilSm Prinelpnl. rrsKl'HTEF.'S HAI.K. ITmli r nml by virtue J of a deed of trust, executisl nml deliv ered to us by (). II. W Inn, on tho 2d ilavof April, A. 1). 1X7:1, to u eme the payment of ceitnln nromlssory nolo. unvnlileto tlieonler of Adams A linnnl, In the sum of one bun- iireunnn liny KolU nonius, neuritis dale the' day and yenr aforesnid, Slid due sixty days thereafter, with three per cent per month inieresi irom uui, we win s4.11 10 me niKiiest bidder for cash, nt the Couithons door 1 11 Che city and eounty of Dnllns alul rtmte of Texas, at 10 o'eloek a.m., on Sntiinlay, the mm iinr 01 ueuioer, ism, n ceriaiit trnei or lapit, slluatod In the eountv ami Htme afore "iii,m Ihe waters nl Kim Kork, a part of the P. K. 8. C. I), (lulawny hendrlK'it, and lliore particular!' descrllMI 11s follows: lle slnnlng at Yhii nondieiMt corner of hundred Bjire trael, ileednl by sald iyinn to 1. A. winn. ihKHimiHir is. isti. ii,nr.rii. thesuuth line of said humln il uore trait, 1 varus, to the soul hwest enrnevnf tnmi- ihenee north jWlvnraa, to stake; thene east (Wnvaras to stake In east line of said tract; thence H. J. AllA MA J. 1 LEONARD lOTdtd Xrustoet. SHREVEPORT. VVhoiesalo Grocer AMI ( on .11 1 s s io .11 1 : unit r ' fillWER OF TWAS AP LKVtB, HIIJJKVKl'OUT, UA. 1711 nil Shrovoport, Louisiana. liu-iiiini. V M. HICKS. II, 1I.IIOWKI.I.. nicks & nowcii, CMUS FACTORS AND CO.MISSIIIN HliBCUANTS Olllre, Trasl MrKillnr's Nrw llullilliiL'. WAIIKIIOUSK, COIINKIt SI'liINO AN II Til A VIS SI'S Alljollllllg tllO ('llllipi'I'KHI'S, KB-iKlia MllllKVI'lI'llUT, LA. 1, W. II. CILMNinil, S, M, MOIIIIISON. Cii!!iii!ln & Morrison. C'olloii KinitoiH. CimiinlKMloii, Iteei'lvlnif nml Kiii walillnu Mi'ii'linnlH ami ('nniini'ii'lal Kiiilii'i'H. Ni'w WinvlioiiM', lionlliiKon Ia'Vou, Travis ami HhmIi 1 isiiri'is, NMIti:VI. IMIItT, I. A., (0iM!hIIo l.'oiiiircNs). Mlii-rnl nilvanii.s;iiiniln on ('imsluniiiiMil;'. Of Col Ion ni ollli'l l'l iiilliee, I' l'i'lllls iil illlit ly fiit wiinli'd, (iii-dly XX. XX. XjX333 i CO., Inijioi'li'is uml Di'iiIitm lu HARDWARE lltOX, BTKKIj A.SI) KAILS, Hubs, Spokos, Axlos agricultijual implements Mri'hiniliV Tools, MurlilnMs' Kiiiilli'S, Jtr., No. 1 ISllnm .Stii't't, Ki'J-dly SlIKKVIirilltT, T,A. J. II. IH'HIIAM. ,. ItOWHI.I,. J. J. UAVlll'UN Durham, Howell & Co., CGTTOIM FACTORS, Itoi'idvlint, Kiii'wnrilliii? 11111I (ii'iu'iiil Commission Al'ovcliants, AND DUALKHS IN (IliOCKKIKS AI) M'KSTKltX l'iiODl'CK Foot of the Levee, noar the Railroad, SlH'ovoport, Xjn. l.Wdly s. ii. t eirreiiKN, Sliifvepoil, l,a. V. A, IIAOOOll, Miiftniilla, Tex, McCUTCHEN&HAGOOD (Sn.'i'iissoiM to Mi'Ciili'lli'il AJCo.) '4'l"l'0 l'.i TOItS, iKM'i:ltS ami General Commission Merchant: AOKNTH KOll OKANtiR roWIiKRdO. Curmi Milam nml Spring St rah SIircvetwrt, I.n. CotiHlnniriits of Cotton, Wool, Midi's, I'lillili-s, 1 allow, otc, solli'lliitl, oil wlllrli llh rrul iKlviilUTS will li' niaik', KU-dly. GREGG &, FORD, COTTON IMOTOltS AND General Coiuiulssidii Merclinnts AOKNTS FOIl l'KATT'H COTTON OINH, IikZ the Citdimtcd Arrow Ties, ' Dealers In CROCERIES, JWAGONS, ETC. Will reoi'lvn oil CoiistKiiiniMit, for Hnleor "luiMiiiMii, 1 oiinn, M1111nm1 111 hit rioilmv, Ulxrti wliU'li Mbernl Adviuu'i's will bo iiuide. Kos. '20, 21 & 'i i Levee St., HllKEVKl'OItT, LA. Cotton nml FrelKlit WiotIioiisc, Sprlni; HI l(U-dly . . , JAMES T. UTZ, Spring Street. Shrevcport. La-, AVliol.'snlc Dealer In M A Oil I BTH XXI Y AND Agricultural Implements SOLE AGENT FOR Ame's Portable Kncrlnntf P,ir-.v r.,ln.. Ulna, nriHiks' . Cotton .press, Kellpse Cot Ion Pn.ui ( 'iilttiiiflt, 'm I'i.v.i Xllllu w ....... I . ... ........ Mills, Victor Cane. Mills, American Cane Mills, Cook's Rvaporntors, Ainerlcnn Kvap. orators, Ilianeli and Crooku's Circular Saws iiiiu v iciui rn.-iiii;n. SEALER IN Saw Mills, Horse Powcro, Rubber Bell lug, Oniii and Hemp Parking, Cistern, Well mi. I Vtiree I'linui. Irnu lli., ,ti..l LMi.l. KrnsH Work.Kteam (lunm, Htenm Wliislles' "imw lurs", eie., sum narrows, move 'I'ruclts lluim Plows, Walklim Cultivators, Cider Mills, Corn Nhellers, ldird and Miichln. eiy nin, cic, eie. r.iiKineers' supplies ot evryj ilesilpllon. Complete machinery fnr Hour nulls will bo furnished or any pail of siieli mills supplied on short notice. ltU-dly SOUTHERN HOTEL, (formerly Brooks House,) MII,AnST.,SlinKVKl'ltT, I.A., VlcUsburg, Monroe, Arkansas, Mns Qeld Stage, and General Ticket Offlce at this House, W. T. BROOKS, Manager IV8 10in BAIiG.tOR TO RKl RK. 102-dtf E. M. VAN NDSTHAXD, C. C. rtCI.K Lute linn II. 11. (irton Ijte with Htoiier 4Co.,fhruvcpoit. llrok.,Shrevepoit, VAN NOSTRAND & RULE, COLLECTORS, ACCor.XTASTS i REAL ESTATE ACE.TS OFflCE NO. 30 MILAM ST., SIIIlEVEI'OUT. LA. All business entrusted to us will eeeel prompt attention. l.ld.ln. OCILVIE & NABORS Nos. 11 & 13 Milam Street HtinBvur'on.T. ALSO DEALE1W IN 1RISI FMITOII, MIPIS, ri&nut. BtTTEB, m$f Onlers sollelteit and promptly aileO ife. chants' and contractors' order Im J u J,,r,rtI!""?9' HI",,Mt e"h Pri'j,mran. tned tor tonslgoniauU of lUdofKm? Won! loltrl,.tc u tLTAam ' ZnielHsence and Employment Agency LAWKEHS. WILLIAM K. HI ;L8, ATTOUNKV AT LAW, Jlulliiri, Tcxins, Ollleu In City 1 tin 1 U lliill'llnif. lMly ATTORNEY AT LAW AN II Agent for Peters' Colony Lands, lllililiuioil WKATIIKIIFOIID, 'IJWAH. K." lift 0 1 0 11 A 01 It, ATTORNEY AT LAW DiiUhm, Texas. Idly JOHN T, AUI.T, (II. IN WKI.I.IIII1IN. AULT & WKLLUUBST, ATTORMEYS .AT LAW DllllllH, Txxns. llillilly II. II. HNKKIl. OKCAIt K, KI.NI.AV. SXKK0 & F1XLAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW I3r-.11 , m , Tor.am, fi7diy JOHN St. HTKMMIINH, CIIAIII.IHI T, MIllllllKM, STEMMONS & M0BKISS. ATTOltNKYS AT LAW Olllce over Clai It & llrynti's. ItfJdly L. Mi roOKTKll, Atlorney and Counsellor nt Law, HBdtr WM, I,. WIM.IAMH. Illllir. HHKAV. WILLIAMS & SEAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW DllllllH. MVxmn. ontca over Ash ftairner's Mturc. 2(kltwly WRCHINERY. CI FEAIfl FSRE ENGINES H a o o C3 w V H O PS w ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. HAND 7JRE ENGINES IIUOK A.!J LAIIDEli Tlll'tkS. DvSE CARRIAGES, ro lOxtiiijafiiisIiorM, The best iinnllty of VULCANITE, 1UMII1EH. nr l.KATIIEK HUNK AM) IIKIi'l M ), suita ble tor all purposes, Mr sale at Mniiuliicui rcrs' I'rices. I'pon iiiipllciilloii I will furnish estimates, plans anil suTlli'aiiiis for towns in North ern Texas, ns to cost of W'uier Works and Has Works, built from the most approved plans, llavltiK facilities fnr iniintilactiirlni; anil slilpplim Slcam Eire Engines nml Trucks, llosc,etc.,sicclnl liiiliiccnii'Ulsivlll boull'crou 10 towns wisniiiK to purchase. J. W. 8CIIGNCK. W. JOCKUSH & CO., O .A. Ij,A" k s t o n , ACiENTS EOlt UAXTKK STKAM KXCJIXES! DEERINO'S HORSE POWER, II Al.lN COTTON (1S AND I'UKIH'.KS Tho Milburn Vnjon, "VICTOR" SOAIiES Ieerhl(;'M Cotton rresseN, BHINLEY'S TJNIVEltHAL I'LtWS, HAOKALK & lltllN,8 FII1K I'lIOOK SAFHS Send for circulars. ISUl.'ltn MISCELLANEOUS. L. T. B0TT0 & imO. .MANrr.vcTinritN OF STICK, EOCK and FANCY CANDIES And Wholisalo and Hctall Dealers In CIGARS, FltUIXSr NUTS, Ktc Corner of Commerce and JrlTrrson sts., DALLAS, TEXAS Soils Water nil Frtsh Head Always on Tap. liiutr THETARKERCUN. SCHt STAMP FOR CIRCULAR PARKER BRtfS, .WEST MERIDEN.CT. Will be furnished nt Mamifiicturer's Prices J. W. SCIIENCK, KL.M 8THEET. Over Lwb A Co.'s Store. Wolslon, Wells & Vldor COTTOX FACTORS AND (0X1ISSI0I MERCHANT Lfipne B iMiif 3 StraiJ, Gilitiloi, Ttm. nepresenteil bv Georee n. rnnmbell. Tinv elltin Ailent. We will Iniike liberal cash ud vaiii in ou all cotton ronslirncd to the above house. UAUTUN 4 THOMAS. l.ltMMWHIIin. O. H.SC1IOKLLKOPP. OKOndK Dor.LI.tNO. G. H. SCHOELLKOPF & CO., DEALERS IN Ides. Leather - d Mwi HlKliest market price pnld for Hides, Wool, Dcjsrsklns, Far, Beeswax, oto. ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. kit r . ff.ffPlI mm EES K iipci MM, n 11 liii iv 1 1 nuiMiiin k 1 1 1 1 1 r w n i'i m m i OIVI . 1131 1J IIS. V. A . IN 1 0 l.S ) .N, lr iI1mi 1 . 1 1 JIN . M A V, Ht.,.,.,. , Assets over Annual lucomo ovor Surplus asrogards Policy Policies iu force nearly I3jX-aXjJEJ K. .f. ADAIS, l'l'cslth'iil. Tills Is the Iiii'kcnI "nil most suecessful Soiitliern Conipany, ilnlim tho lendltiv h i frinii .Miiiyland lo Texas, uiiiiiiiki'iI Willi the most rli(lil l eiiiiuinv and Invests Us em !, ,," serve III Hie Hliilcs where Ihe iireinluins arc received, pa.vs lis losses iroiniitlv-.h,!Ji . 1 , ready paid lo Widows and Orphans nr llioHoiith nearly or ijultt- SI ,tuii,M,'0.U0. In ,, !i ,'t1, Koutlii i tiLllii and Iveep your iiiiiuey nl home. "'"inoliaiu IIAMILL, MAY Ar. CO.. l!i;:il:iin E00TS, SHOES AM) HATS! 1 jNTain RAILROAD PLANING iSLLS! -UY- Corner of ."Pacific Avenue and Pearl Street. Monldlniis, llrackels, scroll work mid wood work of nil kinds manufactured with skill nml dispatch. 1 looi'liiK, celllnit, beveled sldlni;, Joiner's wink of every description, and n general business incident to lmlldlii, etc., executed ill the best milliner by experienced workmen. Orders from tho city mid country respectfully solicited, and will receive irmit intention. IHMIf A. M. FRIEND O0 WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL DKALEUS IN' Liauors of All Kinds 3sillsis, Texas. umsKir.s. kimmii-:k. wixks. kbils, kitti:ks, I.lirOKTi:!! AM: AX1 lOiSTi:H, Ami a complete list of nil ardcli's in llu'ir line. Of Ihe Ih'sI Iirands, in In rue iu:iii(i(os, al Cor sale at cIioaiH'sl rales. A((a'liel to their buwiiu'ss is a SAMPLE ROOM IN THE REA.R.. tf MAIN STREET, DALLAS,TEXAS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ALHO, AGENT FOIl THE American rovderCoH Powder, HairrnlVanilT.oi'k Co.. lo1S Heaper and Slowers, mid Mileage PltfH Thresher). All orlor neeoinpnnlesl with Cash. Will rooclvo prompt attcnHmi. II. C. H0SKIM3 & CO., Wholesale Druggists EOI STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. On and after lac 1st of July, lii.At i, nc win give ITavinit made extensive additions to or.r most vuricd stock of Drugs, Medicines, Patent Medicines, Etc That has ever been hrousht to the Interior of Texas, and nro determined to V will ix.ill n 1I, I kl In nnv ni.n OrleniiH mid Oalveston prlciw, calcul'ale expenses, toKclher with the great loss of you win una Wc Offer Yon Wo deal with noun but first i wo will nlve you Triio Welnt niiil .Measures, biiii unVKl (il'AR AXTKK KVKRV AitTIt'lK A8 HKPItKSKVTKI) B( IS, OR WB WILL BMl.iu Hoping to merit and rccolvo your patronane, we nre, yours truly, imiiy HEREFORD BRO'S DEALERS IN GLOTK N Li, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 1 3X(iiu JSt., opp. PALLAS, 11 t: $2,000,000.00 1.000,000.00 holders 400,000.00 jq qqq BRANCH. S. L. MAY, Hocro tm-y, General Agents, I take lfiiNiir in i:iforinliiK the public Irene nlly that I now Imvc on liaml, fresli Irom tliem,,,,. nlbelories, n Inrne MtoeK of BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, That I propor.e to ki'II, either nl Wlialesaln or He. lull, nil low ns Ihe snnie uoodsenn lie botivht clthfr lit New Oreinm or Nl. l.onl'i, IrelfiitN liieludetl, 4'all mill see lis nml bo eonvliiec il. W. D. LUDWIG, Street, Dallas, Texas. 1R73, our Price will he Ut C'lB .niiriii'i inr store, wo nrc preparing to open tlio lamest ami r.,liesllllir It. Cllll mill COlliParC 0111 Willi J1 fielKbl, drayime, wharfaKC. ''"""'"'''.r ,i 1! ... tlituK time in ordering from a distaiioo, unn 8 u per lor InilncenieiilH to lvc In Tonr ,,nlron",WJ)e,,eS but first class hou s.nnil nfTer you none but llrst class good", we nre, yours inn , II. C. HOSKINS fcCt odd IelloAVS II"11 HITS, MPS, SHIRTS AND TEXAS. ,18dir