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THE DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING OCTORER i. 1873.
1 i s 'CJ DKMOCKATIC STATE TICKKT. For (lovm-nor. , KICIIAKI) I'OKK, of MfM'uiinn. For Mmiloimiit Uoverimri ttll'HAKO li. llt llllAUIl, f Smith' For Cunilitrilllt'ri STKIMIKM II. DAKDKX, of Caldwell. For Treiimiriiri A. J. 110K.V, of Fannin. For Commlwiloii.ir Cli'iieriil I-und Olllwi J. J. (JKOOS, or I'nmul. ForHiiurlii-'ii.l.'iitor l'lilillo IimU'iH'Ibm. 0. jf. HOLLIMiSHOimi, of May. Hnnifltiiber tho Prliimrr Meeting of tlio Donmcmtlc Pnrty, to bo Held nt each Klcctlon Precinct, on tlio lllh of Olcobcr Sext. 1 will lulilrww tlio lplu or Tours IIP"" tlm polltltml Usui of tho ilny ut Hiii followlMK tliiiimiinil pliie.es; Cnmlniiim, Frldny, Oilolier . jniiiitt, Hiiitinliiy niKiii. oi'iuiM'f Jli'Kliiney, Tm-mliiy. OeMier 7. Hlinrninii, Wi'.IJloM.luy, Oi-li.brr H. Jloiihiiiii, Frlilay, OeUiUor 10, 1'iirls, Slriintiiy, OhIhIht III. !lnrknvlll. Weiliiesilny, Uetolier It Oilier HMltlllltttM will l' lUllinllllieil !' fori- tlm hIiovo are eiiiielinlr'J. HII'IIAHI) COKK. iiiLMi'f. lllllllAltll'N Al'rOI.VI'. jit;.vr. Tvi.l'il, Hi'lili'iiiliiTlW, 1H7X I Will llll'lll I III' pwiplll Of Tl'XIW, llHIII tlm pnlllleiil Isunw of Mill ilny, iili I'liiow InU tliiii'ii mill plui'i'H I Pallas, Miilnrilny, Oi'tiilii'l' I. Mi'lCliiiieyl'lii'silny, OiiUiIk'i' 7, Hliiirniiin, WiHlni'Hiliiy, O.-lobor 8. ".milium, Frl'liiy, Oetober W. I'urlH, M'Hiduy, O.-tnlier 19. HiilpfmrHpi'liiKu, W.'.Im'mliiy, (J.-lubiT in. Iliveiivllle, Frlilivy, Oetolier 17. Kaufman, Hominy, Oetolier i!U. Kll.'HAUU 11. IllIIIHAlllt. 1', H. 01 In r iippohitiiioiiiH will bo mi nounceil utif'iro tlm above, are. e.oneliiileil, Tub KIIIh Comity AKi'inilturnl niul Mi'tflmnli'iil AnHiiiiliitloii IiimMm ita'lVnlli Annual Fair, eomiiii'iieiiii,' Tui'HiIiiy Oftolii'r 1 -1 tli, iiihI eniitlmiliijj llvuiliiyw. We return mir tluinks to the Kcwtnry y, A. McMillan, Khi., fur n coiniill nu'iitiiry tieket to tlie fair. A TTKMIOV, li;JM) ItATS! ThoJiurgi'H of tlio prl'imry election of the Deiiioeratio mrty, to lie lu-lil on the lltli IiihI., nre reijiicHteil to meet at Field's Hall, Main direct, on Knliii'- next, Oetolier -Itu at 10 o'eloeK, A. M. in order to have mi iinilc'J'ntiiuiliiiK a.s to rules, etc., governing saiil iriiuury eleetiou. All the jwlgi'M tire enrnest ly requested to bo iireHcnt promptly to the hour. We were sorry to witness sueh n sparse atteudmieo at tlio County Fair yesterday, where the display of do mestic preserves, pickles, vegetables and needlework were very lino in deed, and we think well worthy of in nplring a deeper interest than our citi zens have manifested. To-day will lie one of even still greater Interest, and there will bo quite u display of flue blooded stock. At one o'clock Judge John II. Reagan of l'alcstinc, will de liver the annual address before the Fair Association, and we hope to see a large attendance on this occasion. At the close of the Fair wo will give our readers on elaborate account of tho proceeding of tho several days, together wltlia list of all the premi ums awarded. Tub postolllce at Minucola, Wood county, was robbed on Monday night last of tho following valuables: Four registered packages two from 8t. Louis, one from Funis, and one from Lancaster, Texas, all directed to Tyler; aim, all the stamps and postal cards in tlioofllce, and about three dollars in money. Wo are Informed by William Heath, route agent on the Texas and l'acille road, that the olllco building is n very insecure one, and no one slept in it. Tho thief or thieves entered the otllco through n window, and neon red the above Valuables which were con tained in a tiu box. The Postmaster was in the habit of hiking this box from the olllce every night, and locking it up In a safe, but failed from some cause, to do so on the night of the rob bery. No elue lias been obtained of the robbers DINTBier t'osvuvnox. The Democratic District Convention to nominate candidates for the Senate and House of Representatives for this district, met at Waxalmchlo on Mon day last. There were present a full delegation from each of the counties of Tarrant and Ellis, but only three from Dallas. B. B. Paddock, Esq., of Fort Worth, was chosen chalrmau, and E. P. Al brlttan, of Ellis, secretary. The majority having been adopted balloting commenced, resulting in the choice of Captain Anul Brailshaw, of Ellis county, for Senator by a vote of 13-4-11 for Bradshaw, against 12-7 11 for Captain R. 8. Guy, of Lancaster. The fallowing gentlemen were then chosen as cadldatea for Representa tives, via: Mr. II. Cochran, of Dallas. Joseph Kerable, of Ellis, nud Dr. A. K. Mlddleton, ofTarranU " IwmIu tlB. Mttor of ITm, tuu Hnnias la your Imun of tb tu w iu uiim ftllfl ntliA. .i i f ...." "-""c w dir. signed "Waler," Mlniply ii.n regard facta and llgurcH. it Is necessary, In order that Ilia city may vole Intelli gently, that they as fully unilei'sliiiiil the Ilium. d;d coudillini of Dallas as possible, consequently 1 will endeavor to throw all the light possible on the subject, First The one hundred thousand dollars of 1'aelllc railroad bonds. Kowi that Is not a iebt of the city until said railroad company complete their road and build a local freight niul passen ger depot ou tlie site named in the contract. When that Is done, Dallas must Issue the olio hundred thousand dollars In bonds, and they will coin- mciico to bear Interest from that dale, and it Is safe to say that twelve months will intervene before we will have a cent of interest to pay. Heeond Dallas and Wichita Iiail road bonds of one hundred thousand dollars. Now, Mr. Kditor, did tin city of Dallas subsidise tills road and donate to tliem these bonds? Clearly not. Khesald to tills road, we will mili scrilie to your capital stuck on certain conditions one hundred thousand dol lars, and pay it In the bonds of the city. Now, what Is the dilU'reiice In giving ono hundred thousand dollars in bunds to acorporiitloii or subscribing tiitliepiipllalMtodkofHiune? The dif ference, in a nutshell, is, that the city recciviH In lleu'of her lionds the slock of said corporation, which It is fair to presume are worth approximately the same as the bonds, and in nil proba bility will yield as great a revenue as the Intii'iwt on these same bonds. If not, why (lues Hit' citizens of Dallas oncourago an enterprise tliit, Is of beiie llt, for a railroad that paid no revenue would do so little biuiiiess I hut It would be extremely foolish for Dallas to want It. The facts warrant a very dlili rent conclusion, mid if 1 am right In my conclusions t he ichita hond-i are n debt nt all, but simply an Investment Unit will bring a fair Juffn Mt on the outlay. Last, h;it (iu "WalerV estimation) not least, uro the bonds for the Dallas waterworks, placed by liini atone hun dred and twenty-live thousand dollars, which is n mistake, and I propose to throw the fullest light pnsi jlile upon this subject. The Dallas Waterworks Company organized with a capital of one hundred and tll'ly thousand dollars, which Is ti'io extent of the stock, ami can lie no more. Said company asked by pctilion (on tile in the I ity Secre tary's olllce), that the city of Dallas subscribe thirty thousand dollars to the capital stock of this company and give her bonds for the same, and to guar antee tlio Interest on the bonds of the company to the amount of seventy-live thousand dollars. Tho City Council, lifter deep mid coulintiousilcliticration, determined to lake llt'ty thousand dol lars stock instead of thirty thousand dollars, id id to guarantee the interest on the $75,01)1) of the company's bonds. Tho City Council looked upon it as a good Investment, and one likely to yield fully as much interest as she would have to pay out. Now, mark you, Mr. Kditor, the guarantee of the city en the bonds of the company don't commence until the works are com plete and iu operation, which must be at least twelve month hence. In addi tion to this she gets lll'ty hydrants dis tributed through the city, at an annual cost of one bundled and lll'ty dol lars each, which will give her a more elUcieut lire department than she could establish for one hundred thousand dollars in cash, to say noth ing of the annual cost of keeping it up. Now, Mr. Kditor, wo have proposed a tiro department by tills company, al nu annual cost of which the city could not organi.e for ten times that amount, hut that Is not all; this same water rental is! by the terms of the contract left in the hands of (lie city to pay tne interest guaran teed on the company's bonds. Now our correspondent ("Water") entirely ignores tlio fact that Dallas must have good and cftlcicnt tire department Now, as a citizen of this city I would like for "Water" or some other oppo nent of the waterworks to give us through your tojiuiins, some plan of lire protection one-half us (d))cleiit as this at double the cost, and don't lose Ight oflhis fact: That the Dallas wa terworks company have never asked the city of Dallas to donate to them one cent, but simply to pay for an oftl cient lire department the small sum of St.frH) mid to become a stoukljolder to the amount of $30,(KK, but your City Council thought it better that you should be litockholders to the amount of $50,001), giving to you a one-third interest In said works, widish coupled with the stock taken by the citizens in their private capacity, could Insure the control of this enterprise to Dallas nud her citizens. Is there an unpreju diced mind but what will say that the Hoard of Aldermen of this city acted wisely in determining to take one third of the stocks. If this enterprise was viewed In the proper light, and from a proper stand point, evnr.y candid and fair insn must arrive at the conclusion that the city has acted wisely, and not only that, but these waturworks won't cost her a single dollar except what she pays for herfltre department, 'an expense that she must Incur In some shape. It Is very fuir to presume that tho city will receive as much income from her stock In the waterworks as will pay the Inter est on her bonds, and create a sinking fund to be used In the final liquidation of the same. Your curresiKiudent ("Water") has produced hi his article a grand total Interest, to be paid annu ally, of twciity-ilx thoiimnd dollars, which, as iiown anove, is fur from correct, but still for thernkeof nrgu tnent, and to satisfy liini and even any other doubtful persons Unit even were U true, the city by the assessment rolls of last year (1872), Is and would bo abundantly able to discharge It. I have ob.UJn.od from, lh,a offlom of the clty4 the following slalciiicut of the liicnine oi'tlie city per annum; AilVlllnrnlil lux tin' 07J IIS pur nilfi Ili'l'llplllll'll lllli full inn, Miiyoi-'itmiiirl wi'l olle'i' ml nor nixeb , IS.IKIII ;j,nni ..Vii W M ill Inn II hiiui lot il of K.tpi'iiM- of i-ily K"Vi'i ii ii u i 1 1 iiuoiil,, I'iivIiik ii net Imliini'ii nt ...tmmiu a sullicliuit sum to pay tlm Interest on over li0,0i)() of bonds at eight per cent, Now, Mr. Editor, Mr. "Water" or Mr. liny body else, answer me the question, what will he the iinioiintof the iisi.ciiMUiciit for 1K7.I, nay next Janu ary, as compared to tho last roll. Will any of you dare assert that the next roll will not exceed the last by llfly percent',' I have counted forty stores built on one street iu tho last eight months; what Is (he value of brick nud inniinr put together during the year? At least 1.111,111)11. What Is the value of your new frame stores nud residences built within the year' You can't give mi Idea how many merchants with incrchaiidlae and to what amount are In your clly that were not lu re last January. Do any of you see any real estate M'lllng for double what II would last January' What did Joe Field sell lll'ty by one hundred near the mar ket at? Twelve hundred dollars; on the first of last January It would not bring three hundred Why nil lids oai'plngmid harping; (in theMcbloflhoelty," "rings," "favored few," etc? I haven't seen Dallas give anything to anybody yet, and more than that, I venture tho assertion, and defy contradiction, that there Is no city iu Hie west to-day, of thesize and pros pects of Dallas, that owes so Utile money and lssoaliiiiidautlyahlu to pay what she docs owe. 1 want to say n few words about Unit oilier proposition (q build waterworks, and why it was not considered, ll didn't oiler to do anvlhliiif. Did It sav what kind of works it would build? Did It say what capacity the works would have? Did Itwiy anything, except give me privi ,M,es jiud I will supply you with water, and It, said 111 .K lllolitlis, I believe. Now, don't any sane man Know II could not be done. Further, would any set of people elect such a hi t of ii:-.ses for aldermen a would give away the priv ileges of a city and get nothing in return, not even a hydrant, and if they did get anything wouldn't know what it win going to cost, but leave It at the option of the waterworks man what he would charge for a drink of water' Mr. l'Milnr, ask your Hoard of Aldermen about that proposi tion. They will ti ll you there was no business in It, no base; (be man oH'cred nothing. Now, iu conclusion, let mesay I have endeavored to give all the iiii'iiruiiitioii Unit I could in a short article, and if I've enabled any one to nmre fully under stand this important subject let them come forward on Monday, and-vole witli the clitiTiirisini: portion of this city who are in a large AIA.IOIIITV. Till-: Indians, only a lew day slice, attacked Mr. John Iliilum at liisranchc thhiy live miles west of l'alo 1'inLo. One of the hands was shot through the thigh- the wound was severe but not considered dangerous. The Indians stampeded the horses and got oil' with twenty-one head belonging to Mr. Ituluin and his hands. Weatlierford Times, Saturday. AUCTION AND C0HMISSI0H. AVe are doing an iiuetion and com mission business, at the corner of Klin and Market streets (a prominent point I, iu this beautiful and growing city, and we solicit consignments of Hour, grain live stock and everything needed by this rapidly increasing population. We are also doing u real estate busi ness buying, selling and locating hinds, examining titles, paying taxes, collecting rents, etc. "We sell at public or private side, mi instructed, ami make liberal advances on consignments. Our motto: "(Juiek sales and prompt re turns." liefercnccs: Swindells & McCulcb, Kditors and l'roprietors of the Dallas Herald; Adams & Leonard, Hankers, Dallas; (laston, Thomas & Baylor, Hankers and Insurance Agents, Dajjijs; ('apt. G. M. Swlnk, Dallas; Cols. Mneei) i& J'"inley, Attorneys nt Law, Dallas; Messrs. Wliryock & ltow luiid, St. Louis; T. C. Jordan ifc Cq., liankers, Dalhus; Itobt. Hare, Ciiron dclet St., Xew Orleans. Respectfully, M. A. 11I1U5LKU & CO. m. A. mui.l,at. w. c. sickYim. n. V. TllMI'KINS. J. t. J.lTTLtt-IKLB. Tompkins & Littleliold, Coiamissiojn Mcrcliaiits An ir.jtf.r;it.4 is Para and Mill Machinery, IOlm it., Dallnia, '.Toxin! CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED AgcntH for J. I. Cunp A C'o.'h Portable Diigiiio. Horxe I'om ctm iiikI TlircslicrN. lilrby Slower aiul ItoaporH. HrJJllipj'K I'nlvoitml I'Iown. M'iiiMlkl(a ( ottou (ina. Knrkii .Siuni Ills ami Holt liiv; ( IoIIim. Cnltlvatori. Double Shovels Kle.. Kte. UOdtf W.UD Iln.I., Oko. Hhiki.hs, Lultiuf (IcnrslA. I.tttoofTuniHusct'. IU II. W AIIIIKNKIl, IllU'Of Vll'SllliO. New Auction Finn HILL, SHIELDS' & CO VuotioneerH, n'lriiul, iii-lwiHin Mnlti ii ml Klin, DuliiH, Ti-xiw. r?nl n...t 1I....I..I ......... 1 Wo oii nmr iipi'n nml ri'.nly to ni-lvi niul "llnll ktmWuf vnoils, jvnrm nml lin-n-liiin-illiM.j ri'ni iinil mil limit, 'I'xumliie tliliw. imv vixm, nml ntiiki' i'hhIi ti.iviiniM-ii f, l-iiiikIi'Ii-ini'iiU tlinl nmy Ih vntriiKtitl to ii, Will lniikiiili k milt nml irinit rvtiiriia. Wm r,.iMtpllvi,l it rt.fi.i. In Tn....v M. r. Jiiirn KliU-r. I'nwlilnnt D.4iHo Hnnk, ni vWwt A Wllllnini, Momphls Toiiiioww, Y'MitmRn.Hlili'liI 4 0o,. Jiilm Klrkmsu.una Mfll-tflUl .TlinniiM A l . Nuul.ulll.. f SHRtVEPOnT. Wholesale Grocer AM) com NiNsio.v m i: ii.ivr ennui; unixts Aii hub, 'OUT, I;A. I7M.Mii GEORCE A. PIKE S Uro voport, Louisiana. Kfcl-il.lni, r. M. IIICKS. II. ll.llllW'Ul.l,. Hicks & Uo well, roiTiw nnm ami nnmissniN umwn oniri', TrxiMNl., Jli Ki'lliU'" Nf IlilllillllKi WAIIKIIOIISK, COIIMCII SI'HINU ANIITIIAVISSTS AilJollilllK till' .'ollliWKi-, liLi-ililm H1I1(KVK1'(IIIT,IA. I'. W. II. CUM XI Ml. S. l. MOIIIIISUN. Cummins: A, Morrison. ( 'il tun KiietniK, ('ominliwloti. KccelvliiK unit Knru'io'illiiK .McivIiiiiiIh iiimI (' nihil llniki'iH. New W'iuvIiiiiin.', lioiilliiKi'li U'Vec, TiiivIn nail IliiwilcrhtriTtN, I Kiiitt;vi;i'oitT, I. A., (iiiiisiii'('iiiiiri'Mi)i Ulii't'iil in 1 vtil li'i'U ia l on Ciinslmiiiients ni l 'nl Ion or ol tier I'miluec. 1''icIiiIiIm iiriniil. ly liiiM'iir.leil, ffiiJ-illy xx. Tex. Xj.:si!3 sa oo., I iiinii'tiTs niul Hi iilein in HARDWARE IKON, STKKL AMI NAILS, chain, t;t rrr.icitv. cjitns Hubs, Spokes, Axles, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEHESTS Ml'i'lliinlin' TiiiiI', Miiililnl'ils'SiiipUi'ii,Ai',, Xo. 1 ftlilucta Street, lifj-illy KIIItKVKrollT, I,A. I. II. lll'IIIIAM. .. IIOWKI.I.. J. J. IIAYllUIlN Durham, Howell he Co., COTTON FACTORS, lli'ii'liliiK, 1'iir ii mill s' iiikI lli'iii'nil Commission Moi'ch.'iuts, AND llKAI.Kli.S IX (ilUM'KKIKS AM) WKSTIiUX I'KODK H, foot of the Loveo, near the Ratlioad, BlirovoiJOct, X-in LUklly 8. II. M CCTCUKN, Hlili!Veiiirl, 1 .11, W. A, 1 1 V H 111 M MiiKIhiUh, Tex, McCUTCHEN&HAGOOD (Ultiuri'Asiilw to Mel'lltelii'll i!l'o.) CO'ITOX l'.V4 "I'OICN, iltO l.ltS niul General Commission Merchants AUKNTSl-'UllOltANUIC l'()'HKU TO. Cunicr Milam anil Siirinil Nirdx SIii cvi')orl, I. a. l'iiiisli:niii-nls of (Inlton, W'linl, FIMcn, I'l'llrli-s, Till Uim-, 'li'.. Nolli'iti-il, nil wlilrli lili erul ihIviiih-i'n will In' inmle. IU--illy. GREGG & FORD, IKITTON I-'.VOTOUS ANII General Coti.niis.sloii Mtrelinnts AdKNTS FOK l'llATT'S COTTON 01NS, And the Ccklmiti d Arrow Tien, Hellli is 111 CROCERIES,lWAGON3, ETC. Will rei'i'lvi' on Cnnsluliiiii'iit, fur Sale or Slliilnellt, t'olloll, NN'nol tlllil oilier I'l'iiillU'e, ui'iiii uii I ell l.ilirnil Ailviiiu'is will lie luaile. Won. "21 Jt'ii B.mcc St., KlIItKVKI'OHT, l.A Cnl Inn nml I-'ii'IhIiI Wiiivlimise, Hpi lnnSt. nu-Hiy JAMES T. UTZ, Spring Street, Shrcveport. La-, AVIiiilesiiln Denier In -.v NP- Agricultural Implements SOIE AGENT FOR Aiiii''h l'nitalili' KiiKlneK, OarNor Motion (tins, Itronkii' Cotton 1'ivss, lllim rotton I'l-ess, Ciileiiiaii'H I'orn Jltlls, Stianirx I'orn Mills, Vlelor rune Mills, Aiuei-ieati Cane Millri, I imli s Kvupoi-iitoi'N, Ainei-ti'iin Kvai ortitoi-s, llriineli mill t'rooUe's i'ii-i'uliir Saws nml lelor .Vales. DEALER IN Sn'v Slllls, lloi-Nii I'owem, Hulilier I'eltlnir lnu ' in ul Hemp I'lieklni:, ('istern. Well linn roi-i't' rumps, iron ripe iinn i luniks, nrnsN oiil. Meniii iimm,u, ,-ii ain Wlilsiii liini!i' Cocks, ete., Wheel llurrows, Hiovii TineUs, nunc l'lnws, Wulltlnn ruliiviitoi-s, Cliler Mills, Corn Hhellers, l.iilil anil Maeliln cry Oils, ele etc KiiKlneera' snpplle.-i ol every ilesilpllon. Ciiiiiiilite niai'lilneiy for noiii-iniiis win no iiirnlsneii or any imrt ol siK'ii nuns Huiipui.'ii uu siioi-i nonet', 10-2-illy SOUTHERN HOTEL, (fonuei-ly Itrifiik; Il.iiune,) MII.AM HT.,KlIBKVi:i01i r, I.A., Vicksburg, Monroe, Arkansas, Mans field btsga, find General Ticket C-iEoe t tlii House, W. T. BROOKS, Manager CIVE V01 II B.U;CGKT UKI'RK.V. 102-iltf K. M. VAN NOSTRAXD, Lute linn II. H. Orion & Co.Slireveort. C.C. ftfl.K, Lntn wlih Kioner llri...!llrt.VOK)lt, VAN NOSTRAND & RULE, fiUlifTOKS- ArWl'XTAMS 1 RE XL ESTATE ACLTS OFFICS NO. 33 MILAM ST., BiniKVKiutfrr. i. All Imslnrw nnlmileil In Os will reorl prninpt iiiientloii. 17li;iu. OGILVIE & NADORS o-iiooisjis, Nos. 11 13 Milnm Street sxxnxivBPortT. AI0 DF.ALEUH IN IIISI POTITOES, JJIOJS, PEAS, BEASS, UTTER, CBEESI )nlr willcllwl nnd promptly fllln). Mcn chMiita'finn enntrnotitni' mt'.M i.inu llnrtenl nntlnc, HluliMit civih nrlpe unran- UWYERS. WILLIAM I'. (lIIKS, ATTOItNl'JV A'J' IAAV, DiillitM, TeiiiiK. (intee III City ItiiuU DlllliliiiK, I'.'Uilly joFa. Tvoolfolk, ATTORNEY AT LAW AMI gent for retcrs' Colony Lands, lllililmeiiil WKATIIKIlFOIIP, TKXAH, It. l)'."('()l UIANOtTK, ATTORNEY AT LAW l)nlliim. Ti xiih. I'lly JOHN T. Al'l.T. HI.IN WHI.I.II'IIIN. A I IT & WKLLBORX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW I ll 1 1 mm, 'I'exni. liifMly II. II. HM'KII. ( Wl. All K. KI N l.A V. hm;i:i) & fixlay, A TORNEYS AT LAW Xllv, Toxnw, TiTiity JOHN SI.SIKM.MONS. CII.MII.I2I T. MolllIISM. STMMM0NS & M0RIHS8, ATTOJ INKYH AT IjAW BallnM, Toxaa. (Illleii over Chil li A llr.van'n, llXMly L. IH5 rOOKTKB, Attorney and Coiiiisellor at Law, llHillf WM. J WILLIAMS, IIII11T, II HKAV, WILLIAMS & SEAY, A1TORICEYS AT LAW I )llllllM, 'll-XHIS. olllre over Aili Wui.'iii'r's Siuro. aililAwly mfiCHifitF.Y. STEAM FIRE ENGINES o M H C p a o H o ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. HAND FIRE . ENGINES HOOK' AM) LAI)Hi:i! TRI CKS, HIKE CARRIAGES, lrii' I0x injxuislioi'w, The lii'sl iinalltA- of YtT.CA NITK. IinillKH, I'l' I, l',. 1 111-. II 1 11 INI', A .Ml lil', I, I I -M i, St! llll li!e for all pin-poses, fur sate at .Maniil'aein-i-i rs' I'rleea, t'pon niiilleatlon I will fni nlsli es iinales, oliiiis ami soeeillealions lor towns in North- em Texas, as lo cost of Waler Works and I 'as Works, Imlll fioin tile inosl. nppi'oveil I'llltlS. IIiivIiik faellllles for iniiniil'aetni'iin; ami sliliplii. Sleain l-'l ri' ', 1 1 1; 1 1 1 . s ami Tnielis, Hose,ete.,speeial iniliieenii-ntswitl beoflereii lo towns wishliiK to piii'i-lnise, J. W. SCIIENCK. W. JOCKUSH & CO. GALV EST N , ACiENT.S FOIl DEERING'S HORSE POWER, 1I AI.I.-.S OTTOV ;lS A.M I i un its Xli IMillnirn AViiumi! "VICTOIl" HCATiS5i ll.'rllll''H ('Otl.lll I'ri'HKCM, IUUM.KY'rt UXIVKHS.M, Hl.OWS, ilU')KALK & ntliA,S MIIK rillllll'' MFES Semi fnreli-i'iilaii!. 12!'il.!ui RIISCELLAIIEOUS. h. T. JJOTTO "k 1MJ0. m vm 1 1 rnti.its op STICK, LOCK and FANCY CANDIES Anil Wholesale ami Heinil IH'iiJers in CIGARB, FIIUITS, NUTH, IZto 1'urnrr of Coniini'rrc and JoITiTsod sl DALLAS, X JK X A S Soil W'lcr iid Fro.sli Vail Alvsys on Tap. umitr THE PARKE BCUH. SEND STAMP W circular PARKER BRtfS WEST MER1DEN.CT. Will befuriiMicd nt Manufacturer's Prices J. w. SCIIENCK, ELM 8TKKET, Over Iwb A Co.'s Store. Wolston, Wells & Vldor CPIJOS FACTORS AND C01I111SSI0. HERCCAM BsilJuj 73) SirinJ, Gilrtitoi, Trni. npiinwntiHl by Oeoiire II. C'liiiinliell. Tmv eliltn Aiient. W u will iniike lliiernl nash ail- vnii,-ii)U all cullon consiirneil In the nhove Imllsft UASTON & TU0.MA8. I.i)-U,iw0ino. . o. n. aciioKLMcor-r. of.ouob isiki.lino. B. H. SCHOELLKOPF & CO. 'I DEALKHM IN Is, kk d Mi Highest market price paid tor Hide, Wool, Dcerakln, run, lleaiwoj, etc tM : STREET, AllAl, TSXAI. Its sin ii ins cnii, t. a.n i :r.soN, Pi ,-.ii.. ui. m:,.:MAA',s,.,.,.,.(ll . Assets over $2,000,000.00 Amiaaliucomo over 1.000,000.00 &urilu3 as regards Policy holders 400,000.00 Policies in force nearly 10,000 S. .1. ADAMS, Tills Is the lai'Ki'hl nml iiukI, siieeessl'iil Konllieni Ciiniiiiny, iIoIiik tin. lenillnu IiikI,, I'm i m i Miiryliuul In 'I'eMis, iiiiiiiiiueil Willi Hie limit i-ielil eeniiniiiy ami lii vcmih Iu en i hi n serve 111 I he Slules while I he pi'eni I inns aie l I veil, pays. Its Inises pniiiilillv inu'i , , ." einiy I'iiiii hi v mows ii in 1 1 n-piimis in me Sun 1 In i il I, lie ami Ueep yoni' inoney al Inline, ItUllolll BOOTS, SHOES AND MATS! A v..N-:V. . vyi?a i:iJ!iYr pipy ono si 5 RAILROAD PLANING ?iilLLS! ii V Corner oV Pacific Avemto and 1 earl Street. Jlonliliims, llnieliels, seroll work aiut worn! work of llll lilmls inanul'neliireil Willi )iill ami illsiialeli, HourliiK.i'eillnur, beveleil slilliii;, (oiiui's worli i f every ilei-eili.lion, nun n vi-nevitl business ineiilenl lo llililillliir, ele., exeelllell 111 the lies! manner by exp-Tielnvil wnrklni'll. lliilers I'loni llio eily anil eminliy resieelliilly Milieinil, nml Mill (-eeive Miiii.t ntlenlion. IllHlf A. M. FRIEND & GO., WMol.KSAl.K AMI KK'i'.MI. DKA IS Liauors ol All Umas x I.lIl'OHTSCi) AII.K A.) lK'l'i:K. Ami a coaiplote list of all articles ia Huh- line Oietiriss and Tobacco Of tlic best brands, in 'larjjo i!i:(ulcs, and for saic at clicujM'sl rates. Attaclsed to their business is a SAMPLE ROOM IN THE REAR, ma AIX STItlSKT, IDALTAS, TEXAS WIIOI.KSAI.K A Nil IlKTAII, IlKAi.KU IN Hardware, Iron, Steel, Mails AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ALSO, AflKNT FOIl TIIH Anieri4 iin Powder o.'s Powder. Hall's Safe and Lock '.. llKp Keaner and Mowers, and Jiiiaso I'iifs risresliers. All .ir.lcr ncrotiiimnleil n illi Cnsh. Will roooivc pruinpl nllonlloii S. C. HOSKINS & holesaleDrugd ELM STREET, On ami after tbc 1st of July. 17.1, our Prices w ill be lii 1'H i:t'Y, We willgiye Market Kales for rjpeeie. IIiivIiir maile exlenslvc mlillllims to our store, we nre nrenurliiK lo ope" H'e loW lllltl most varied sloek of Drugs, Medicines, Patent Medicines, Kto. That lias over been bromilit to tlie Interior of Texas, nml arc ileterinlneil lo 10 1 L A T T 1 1 i: Wo will ninll n Trlep I.lst to nny ope reniiestlnc II. t'aU nml c(imiiireoiirs ltli Orleans anil (lalveslon irlces, ealeiihite rti'liilil, ili'n aire, wliaiiai!e. liisiiriUMH' nim i jk exiM'iiK-s, toijetlier Willi tlio Brent loss of time In onleriiig from inllstiinie, um1 wt 1,1 you will Unit W Oll'.-r Yon Nupprlor ImiiirFinriilH to ;ivf l' Your PntroiinsPj We ileal Willi none but first class lious..s,nnil offer vmi none but first elr.ss somls, liesl'i'-N wo will ive yon True WciglilN nml Jlrnnim, anil MmFl M'AIMXm: KVKISV AIITH'IK AS RKI'IIKSKTITKII HI M, Oil WK Wilt RKFl NU VOIR im" Iloplnt; lo merit nml receive your patron-Axe, we nre, yours truly. Ulilly II. C. IIOSItlNS & HEREFORD B DEALERS IN CLOTHING, KITS, CAPS, SITS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AXnin St., opp. Odd Follows llnll nun n nearly or iiiim SI.ikki.iiki.iki, Insiiniiai EIAMILL, MAY & CO., General Agonta. 1 lull.' pleasure In liiloriniin; I lip pnl,i,. Il,,,u.rw nll.V Hint I now Iinve on hiinii, Iri sh Irinn , 0 niim. liliu lories, u lnrg sloek ol' BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Thill I ir.)p.iM' In Nell, Wilier nl Wholesale or He. lull, us lo as Hi., same k"Im nil lie IkiukIiI el I In-1 ill Orl.'iiHN or Nl. I, mils. li-ei.'.Ms liieliiiti il, Call itn.l see iih nml lie eoa. ineeil. W. D. LUDW1G, uSln.in Street, Dallas, Texas. i mm U I MU DALLAS, TEXAS. O AV 10 H X FI CI TJ 1 1" s SIS RO'S XAI,AS? TEXAS.