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THE DAILY IIEJtALI): THURSDAY MOKNINd, GCTOIlElt U. 1S73.
glic$iM)cd(t i.Mo('im:h. i:nior. DKMOCBAT.0 STATE TICKET. )'r 0vriir, lRirB.lt! MiE, of Mclenimn. . For MNiMftnt Oovrninri ItH'U iltn B. UlBBUtM. or Smith. For Ciiiiiilriillnn bTW'HK U. DAKDKX, or Culdwrll. Tor Trpwwrprt A. J. MUX, or Fannin. tut IWomlMhinur tti-iicnH Lund OHli-ei J. J. (IIIOOS, or I'omnl. Pur Knporlhlvnili.iit of l'uhllo Instruction. . 5. II0ILl.USVOUTIl,r HiiR Rrmembor Hie ITIiiKtrj jtrrtlns ol fte Bcmorratle rnrtjr, to br Held at each Election riwliicl, ontlio Hilt or Irober Xexl. Ari'oi.vrMt.iM. I will sttilrpw lb ppnplp nf Toxn upon Him rmllrlmil Itwiio nf thn ilny nt the fullowlnit ttmc and jiIucch: floiiliKtii, Friday, OctohiM- 10. Vnrh, Hominy, October tturksvlllp. Wi-diii-mlny, October 13. Hiker appointments will he. iininsinred ho lure I ta hov Hm concliulpil. nicnAni) roKK. toi-own. in it it tn o n r,m AI'l'OlXT- a'Tl.Kn. Hptm1irr 21), l7tf. I Will uddlWIl fell pt'OpId Of 'J'fXIIH, llMIII Mia olUlMl Ihhiii-h of 1 h (lit.r, ut tho follow ing time nud plai'rH : HnuUnw, Friday, Oclolwr IU. Vi In, Monday, Oelulmr 18. ntilpliitr Hfn iiiKN, Wednesday, tletoht-r 1,'). lln-.-nvllli', Friday, Ot'tnhvr 17. Kaufman, Mmithiy, Onliiher !. HKMIAIU) II. IHHIHAIU). I. H. Other iiiipiilnl ntt'iilrf will hn un- Dounet-d hi-forti tin' M)ovt- an- iiii-hidi-d, OUR VIENNA I'ttKltKSPONOKXCR VlKXXA, AllKHft IS, 1H73. Tin Hupcrlor Miichinv I'tmniany from Wheeling, Vu., Ki'iul k wry inter- nMng llttlo mowing iimeliiiui ii)ni ii iwvf plan, or nirtliotl of utlliiK, or rutlntrof truimfcrrliiK tho power from the drive wheel to I ho knife upon the shaft. Dot wwn the two drive wheels in a wheel, tho bromt rim of which is conciivt ami also ki-oiivi-iI like n Murew, mill workH upon or tinaliiHt a shaft from end to end, which U groovod in llko manner, therefore HiIh nliaft reVolveH und at one end or the hlmft Is tho crunk and attached thertito the. knife. TIiImIm Hie power of the Hfi'ew applied to mowing und reaping ma chine:, und tho construction in tho luout (dmple, as there instil olio wheel und one ncrew, and tho machine nuit rlln astonishingly eany when com pared with all othcru yet hulIU tlood judge of machinery express great admiration of thin new comer, und predict for it a muccoss, express lug no douht iih to its ability In all reflects, unh'KH it might ho in cutting heavy grass, but oven hero it it wild to work well. A thrcMhlnej machine In diHphiyed hut has not yet heeu put hi motion, uh there in no one to take charge, of it. Six' beautiful lawn mowers, shining with silver phttiiifr, make one long for a strip of velvet swurcl, upon which to see their powers displayed. Collins A Co., who carried o(F tho premium at Paris, exhibit some exec) lent ploughs, which, in stylo of ilnlsh und plating, and tho elegance and taste of tho section which they occupy, do not full behind the finest mowers. One of these ploughs is of more than ordi nary interest, not only on account of the elegance of its finish, but princi pally becttuseof its form, Two ploughs, oue fifteen Inches behind the other, are MUMtaine I by two wheels, about throe feet high, which have an nxlo nod tongue Over the axle is u good sent for tho driver, and by his side a lever, by which he can gauge the plows as to depth, or lift them entirely out of the ground. Four horses, driven in regu lar four-in-hand style, are employed. Thus much for the department wherein America will doubtless win her brightest laurels. And Itlsof more importance to us that we should pre sent this branch of our national in dustry in a more favorable light than the other branches, for by demonstra ting our agricultural advantages to the farmers of the Old World, we shall the more easily induce them to come to us, to enjoy the benefits of our brains whllo we reap the benefit of their nuis clot. This may seem u little bit ego tistic, but I think it a justifiable ego tism founded on truth. Herbert Spencer says that "most men make it their aim to get through life with the least possible expendi ture of thought," but I think he would Jiave expressed himself somewhat dif ferently had his oliervatlona and ex periences been among the people of the United States Instead of among those or the Old World. Muscle U the great motive power litre, while with us it is brains. Our farmers farm with their brains as well as their muscles, and that fact more thau any other Is tho eause of, tho difference in the social position of I American farmers and the peasants of the Old World. There la also an Illinois sulky dIow. Uh easy seat fr the driver, who uld the movements of the plows by Wsfcrt, which rest In stlmrr. - In this particular trot, that of a omfurtable scat ft lUa drlvw. ... ear, ba no qucatlon thatEnglW, ma ahlaasfidl far behind it,. . , Wifk v ------ mircriGan, mMit mn. nruttt a vurn; 0Kii I., ai. -l AM la waoUi right place, nenr tho niulii whci 1, mid lietwccn the wheels when the nine! Ine In two-wliovlcd, Is coinfortal.le in shape, rests on springs an. I, when pos sible, movable, hohh rightly to baliiiiec tho driver's weight, These points wr might have overlooked us unworthy of notice, had not our attention been culled to tho eii'lre aliHeucc of tliciu III tho arrangement of tho senU of the muvhlnesortho English, nud In rcnllty u comfortable scat for the driver udiU much to the value of n iiiiicliluc, Colonel James L. Tall, CoininiHxIoncr of Inillisll'lal Itesources of the Halo of Alabama, has made a icpmt to tin (Jovcllior of that State (copies of which have been sent to the imposi tion), setting forth tho salubrity of the climate, tho productiveness of the soil, and the vast mineral wealth of Alabama, and urging the necessity of encouraging Immigration, lie nays every Immigrant lias ut least a product ive power of one thousand dollars, and If we can Induce, by wise expenditure of ten thousand dollars yearly, one thousand Immigrants to make their homes in our midst, wo add olio hun dred thousand dollars to the wealth of the State." "Mr. Kiiann. one of tho C.hiiiiiIh sloners of Immigration of the Slate of New York, who bus given the simjoet much consideration, assumes the aver age value to he one thousand one hun dred and twenty-live dollars. At lliln rate those who landed upon our shores during the year Just closed, added up ward of three hundred and eighty-live millions of dollars to our national wealth, while during the last half con turv tho Increment from this source has been six billion two hundred and fortv-threo million eight hundred thou sand dollars. It is not to ho supposed thai (lie nations of the Old World arc blind to the fact that this iucivaHi to our national wealth Is made at their expense, and It is not. with feelings of joy that they see their people leaving their old homes and crowding to our shores, and they are endeavoring to malic it harder for them U go, and are also trying to counteract the ellecln of reports' of high wages, plenty of good food and comfortable homos to be had hi America, which reports are continually tinding their way across tho seas into the most distant prov inces. While Prussia, to prevent immigra tion, has declared that all immi grants, who have hitherto been car ried by the railroad companion at re duced' rates and baggage free, shall pav full lure and price for baggage. The newspapers of all naiionalillcs busy themselves in circulating detailed accounts of horrible crimes, robberies and murders, which, alas, till too large a space in this columns of Vven our re spectable newspapers. An intelligent gentleman Miid to us but a few days since, "1 don't wunt to go to America, whom 1 could not speak my mind withoutbolng shot down by sonic one who thoughtdill'crcntly. Things have, come to a dreadful pass there, mur ders In tho streets and hotels without provocation. No, 1 don't want to go to America." We have heard the same Idea ex pressed by others, and wo sec that the papers give little AmtJ'iwin news out side of the crimes. Prussia's aiitioii did, not have the desired ellect, for im migration increased instead ofdlniin ished, hut the morcsubtle plan of wuk ing up their fears in regard to the Lund of Liberty, for which they long, seems to be more eH'oetual. The Immigration from Austria is not very considerable, the people not being as generally well informed as thosu of North (Icrmany, ami also not having many friends to send them glowing accounts of the advantages of living in a good laud, ' The truth is that these people do not need to go so far from home for the mere sake of making money. Had they tho enterprise of Americans there is enough uucultivate.l land right hero to furnish them with gootj homes and every comfort. Hun gary Is a country but little known and thinly settled, and much of her laud is like our wild prairie, needing only to bo "tickled with the hoe" in order to "laugh with u harvest." The attention of the educated classes Is being directed to the subject of Agri culture. A school in Vicuna teaches the sons und heirs of landowners the theory of farming; and one of the Austrian Dukes has bought about the thousand (10,000) pounds worth of English farm machinery, including steam plows. Whether ho will find laborers capable of managing the machines is a question in the minds of some, but the move is certainly in the right direction. WKLT AUKSTKI.LUNll. A Nan Caiia-li up m Uolil Dollnr mill Itrcovxr 111 Hcnltb. (Kr til" KViliisvlllit Journal.) For some time past a young gentle man, employed on the Kvansville ami Chicago railroad, has been troubled with a cough, for which ho has been taking medicine from Dr. Newell, but without any good ellect being appa rent. A I'e'w (layi ago ho was taken with a severe tit of coughing, in the course of which he coughed up a gold dollar, and since that time ho bus en tirely recovered from the pain In his lungs und the Irritating cough. While wondering how the coin could have gotten Into his lungs, he recollected that Nome mouths ago he had three or four gold dollars, and when going to bed oue night he remembers to have had cue of them In his mouth. When he came to look for his money the next day, or perhaps later, he found that he hud one less than he supposed, and his opinion now is that he went to sleep with the dollar in bis mouth and swal lowed jt. The West Chester Ilepublinan eon- tains some excellent hints on tho sub ject of road mending, which we wish we bud room to repuosti m lull, it says: "There Is no single Hum in connection with farmers' business that attracts more of bin attention-' that more excites his Ire, or gives him greater satisfaction than good or bud roads, and yet there is no subject In which he Is more perslsten iy perverse and careless. Whoever heard of two farmers agreeing upon the proper time to lepnlr roads, or the bent means of doing It, Hoad-mendlng with us is, In most Instances, merely a spasmodic outbreuk of misdirected labor applied wunoui a aennite omeet, unu regard less of all reeognixed laws of maolmnlcs or nature." ! Senator Wikdom. of Minnesota. refuses to touch the back pay. We have more respect for him than for Msy Democrat who took It. The man who would pocRet such t steal would wear ttoeold shirt of the man wuo aieu, wnen as mvrtta uis widow. "Mr dear sir." aalda political asnl. rsnt In Massachusetu to a man whom he met at a primary meet ni the nthnr nigmv "iy uear sir, i am Yy glad v you," j ihi nwtn'i pe," ru- mIii eittsen, "(qr already All iHUi olon Tried lo Itiiho leuo llaiib Hills oiil Hi Ten. A teller ol one of our ImnM discov ered the oilier dav u very ingenious mode i sorted to by coiiiilci'fcHcrs to make a prolll by n Utile manipulation of genuine Mils. The plan Is in Ihia wIhc: Take, say, ten live dollar hi 11m, lay iii mi the oilier a piarler of an Inch below the tip, something ailer the fashion of pasting III Hie process of making paper bans, When thev mo all thus in ally laid oil', a knife Is run throuuh them, und of coiirne. from the tlrst bill a quarter of an Inch will be cut oil, it lair Hull irolil the seeomi, Ihroc iiinti fern from Hie third, and tin inch from the fourth, mid so on to the tenth bill, from the h'ltlom o Which there Is tnkcti a very small portion noihliig morn than llm border. This bill h left ns It Is, but to all (lie others tho parts Is ken oil' are iically pasted on, and Hie restiu is nun mere win oc a eleven bills all period, except a small reduction in the ,le of each, Of course the operator makes live dol lars In every ten. The amount taken from each is no small, and the bills ho im iroiiorally all ol one kind, ills a verv dillietdt matter to detect fliein The bill delected bv the toller referred to was biliiglliigly done Ilic top being purl ofuu Ohio hill, while tiieiioiioiu was II pari of a I'alllniMc Mil. The names or the places are prominent, ami consequently puis on uie same bunk or place are prelerrcd, II. Is n verv nent arrangement to cheat peo ple who are not in the habit ol'glvlng to imnK mils a very close cxauiiua lion, Chicago liilor-Occan. A Kentucky paper says: "A homely idd widow, over on llluck Snake Kmi, dug up live thousand dollars in gold tlii! other dav, and now twoiity-oiu young i,n en sit on her door slop at sun down, ami compare nor physiognomy to the heaulilul fact! (d an angel." AUCTION AND COMMISSION. A CAKl). Wo are doing an auction and com- iiiWslon business, at the corner of Kim and Market st roots (a prominent point), In this beautiful and growing city, and wo 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 lauds, examining title-, paying taxes, collecting rents, etc. We sell :it ptiblh or pfiviilosiile, as instructed, and make liberal advances on consignments, Our moltn: "Quick sides and prompt re turns." Iicferences: Swindells & McCulob, Kditois and Proprietors ol (lie Dallas Herald; Adams & Leonard, Hunkers, Dallas; (histon, Thomas & llnylor, Hankers mid Insurance Agents, Dallas; dipt. (J. M. Swlnk, Dallas; Cols. Sliced & Flnley, Attorneys nt Law, Dallas; Messrs. Shryock & Kow hind, 81. Louis; T. (!. Jordan & Co., Hankers, Datltui; Jlobt. Hare, Curon dch.'tSt., New Orleans. Respectfully, M. A. HllUiLKIt & CO. h. a. imiiii.iat. w, o. sicKi.KS. n. V. TllMI-KIXS. j. u. MrrLiriKi,)). TorapMaa & Littlofleld, Commission Merchants AM) IH.AI.UtN IX Farm find Kill Machinery, Kim M., Dalian, Toxin CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED Agent for J. I. Cjimc A Co.'n loi-fitll lOiiKiao.M, IIoiho J'om- vvh a n! ! Sirosuei-. liirhy MowcTiinil IJwpcr. Krini4y,M I nlvt'i'sul 1'lo-ux. Wlii!ii)'N Cotton 4iitN. Knrolui Stunt It! UN and Rolt- ing rioihu. Ciiltlvntoris, Double Sliovcls. i,i-.. nudtr Waiii it i i,i., Lute of lleni'ijla. Ol:o. Kiiiki.iis, Lute nf TenhOHsi e. It. II. Wauiiknki:, late of Virginia. NrnvAiictioiiFirni HILL, SHIELDS & C0 Anctioneers, Keid Kxtnln anil ltehliil Auents. Jetr-rson htrect, Is-iwiHii Mil III and Klin, UiiIIiih, IVmik. Wp are now ots-a anil ready to recelvo nail m.'ll ill I I(iiiIh of liomls, winen nud lainrliua illse; rent it lit I -ill hind, examine titles, pay uixes, nun unou- ensii utivuneeh on conn-ii-nieiits tluil limy le (iitinsteil to lis. Will iniikeiialeli sulesniiil nrniiiot retiirns. Wf resnis-lively refer to Tn-xi-vunl ft l'o., Jiiines I'lder, I'resldeiil PiSihd Hunk, and , I'iiim'i tv . ill mum, .m ill ,,iun, At-iiix nn-... Yi ii 1 1 1 1 ii it , Shi, -Ids Co., .Mm K 1 1 k linn), und MniKMll, 'l'llnlilili ft Co., Nashville, Telia. ISHililin FHAN IC l'l TlI UCiH WITH GRINNAN & DUVAL, Cotton Factors & Commissioa Mordants STRAND, GALVESTON. Llheml Cum'.i iiilviiiu'einenlH innile on con. Utnmenu of Cotton, II lilts, Wool, etc. JthKIUlll HUMAN HAIR GOODS MRS. C. M. CHANDLER, No. U Mawonlo 'Poinplc HOUSTON. Tim lament Block of Iliil' OikkIs In tin1 State. Plleen low its those of New ork, Liulles' lisir mii.lo uvur iiuUcniiibhiKH muile up. ifcumn BRirJLY PLOWS Have tnkfn ovr 9A0 Premium At uirougiiotit lite honth. hnul for llhiuih.titJ r'...:.l ...:.u MU-HHHHMIWIHIIHjrilu Prn't l.it,aniIctr(iHt4al4 of pi suitor who i He thorn. IHII.B M('rjlT1'SlKBffT BRINLY, MILES A NAROY, LouuviLla, Kt. LANE & B0DLEY. CINCINNATI, MANCrACTCRKBS OF XTASIUItO Plantation Machinery, - Btatioct 7 and Portable STEAM ENGINES, Sw Mill. Orlut Mill, Bhurtlnj, Hsr.gers ruiioys, r, uurmnenmery It atrong.rtm pla na well ma-it, ni) mpMUIl; sdnpled l th vanti ol Dvnnm, u4 j)antrm tor irlnntns.wwjni, trinilttif, nd u(n tut. SlIfOTOilT. 10. Wholesala Grocer AND OM HlS,M?V lll'IK fl 4.M i'iin.i:it tinms mii, siutKVKPoirr, i.A. 7hl,in GECRCE A. PIKE Shrovoport, Louisiana. ht'-d.Hn, v. it. ineitM, ii. ii.iiotvia.i-, Kicks A llowt'H, COTTON ni'TIIIIS AMI CU.WSSIlH MIUI'llAMS lllllrr, liAium,, Slihi llar'n v IhilhllliK, WAIIIllllll.'HK, OllM.ll HI'IIINll ANIITIIAVINHTH AdJohilliK Die C(iiiineKM-ii, llt'.iKliu HIIKl-.VId'UIlT, 1,A. I'. W. II. I UMMINII. H. M. .MOIIIIIHiiN, CiiniiiiiiiS A Morrison. Ciillou l-'iieli.iix. Cnllllldi-'-liini lleeelvllIK und I'ot wmilliiu ,lei'eliiiiiln und I'ouiini relul Ilinki.'iM, New Wiirelmiiw, 1 1 1 ill 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1aiviu, T ni v in ilinl ho, Kh i' ,Hn eta, I Nil in; vi:iMUt I, i, a., (I llllill l'lillliren-l), I.l'nei'iil iidviiiii'i'H Inutile mi I'iiiixIiiiiiiii-uIh iil'1'olliiinii'iillii'i ri niliiee, I' lelidili. in nil Id ly loiwunliil. Mit'-dly II. II. Xj,3J33 tit GO., Iiiilinrti'i'H mid Iieidt in hi H A R D W A Si E HttlX, BTKKI AMI SHIS, CHAIN'. cutIjI-jhy. ji;ns Hubs, Spokos, Axles, AGRICULTURAL IflPlEHEWTS MitIiiiiiIin' Tunis Miitliliilils' Slliilltit, Ar , o. 1 Rliium i(iie, im-tiiy ui:v i-:r h:t, i.a. J. II, IIIIIIIIAJI. .. IKIWKI.I.. .1. .1. llAVIIl'll.N Dfirhuni, Howell & Co., COTTOM FACTORS, lit'i-t-h luw, rurnaritiu mill Ci-iirr,il CojiuiiissiDii Mci'i'luuil.s, and ni:.i.i:itH in liKOCKItiKX AMI WKSTDUX I'Kdlll (Ii, Foot of the Loveo, hoar the Ralhoad, Shrovoport, Tan. I.Hiilly . a. u rt"rrili:., Khrevepni't, I.a, '. A. IIAil'lllH, iMiiniiollii, '1'ex. McCUTCHEN&KAGOOD (Siii-een-ii'i to Mi'diiteli.-ii ft'Co.) OTI'0 I'AI TOKN, KOf l.ltN nntl- Goneral Commission Merchants At IK NTS l-'Olt OJtANOK I'OWDKlt CO. Corner Mlhv.il nud iS'fi'huj Mini, Slu r 'peii, Iiii. Ciiiislmim iits nf Cotton, Wool, Hides, I'elli lei, Tiillnw.i te., siilleiltd, on which lili end iiilvtineeH will lie iiintle. ItiJ-tlly, C OTTON H' A O TOU K AMl- ieiit rul ((ih.i?.lss!on Merchants Atil'.NTS Kilt i-!.Vn"H COTTON (ilN'8, And tltv L'tMiintrd Arrmo Ties, lU lllel'K ill CrtOCERIIIS.tWAGONS, ETC. Will rri-elvo on ConsiKiiint'iit, for Side til' .-ill 1 1 . iii-'ill, Cotton, Wool mill tilliei' I'rodiiee, ii)i.u wlileli l.llieinl Ailviuii-i's will lie niiiilt-, l. i, 21 tt'S'l Levee Mt., SIlltKVKl'OUT, LA. Cotton mill FrtdKhl WiuelioiiHe, SirlngHI, liij-dly JAMES F. UTZ, Spring' Street, Shreveport. la-, Wlinli-Kido Dt'ider In M A. O II I KT E IlV ANU- Agricnltnral Implements SOLE AGENT FOR AnieV rortiihle KiieIiiih, Cnvvt-r Cottijii tliiiH, I'.rotiks' Collon J'reNN, Kt-llNo Cotton I'I'i'nh, Coleiniiir Corn Mills, SI i null's Corn Mills, Vletor i'nue Mills, Ainei'leiiM ("line .Mills, Cook's Kvuporiitois, Anierli'im Kvup tiriitors, llrniieli nlnl Ci'ookt-'st'll'tiuliirSiiws and Vietor Seitles, DEALER IN Saw Mills, llorso l'owrrs, Ituldipr Peltlnn, (iliin itnil IIi-iii i i'llelillic, Cistern, Well anil Mnee i-unips, iron I'lne nun l- ittliiifs, Hruss Work.Sli'itm (Iiiiibi k, Hteuui Wldstles, (luiuitt t.'ofks. eti-.. Wheel lliurows. Stove Trunks, t)un l'lows, Widldni; Cultlviitors, i niel' Alius, t urn nut-iit-is, i.nni unu .Miieiiiu ery Oils, t-lt-., etc. Kiitliiet-rs' rniillt-n ol every ilt-srlptlon. Counitete inm-liluery lor tltiiir millN will ho fin nlsht-d or an v lutrt of stit-n iiiiiiNNiitituit-ti tin Miori atau-o. iii.'-niy SOUTHERN HOTEL, (formerly Brooks House,) milam kt.,kiiiii:vi:pobt, i.a.. Vtoksburg, Monroe, Arkansas, Mans field Stage, aud General Tickot Oflice at thU Bocae, W. T. BROOKS, Manager give tovn CAfl.iAoe to iniRi:. 162-tltf . E. M. VAN NORTRAXD, ('. C. ltULE, Littt- linn 11. 11. Ortoa I.nle wlih stiint-r & t,o.,SIirevi-uorl, 4Ht.,Slucveport. -VAN NOSTRAND & EES, i COLLECTORS. ACCOl'MASTS 1 MIL ESTATE AGENTS OrriCE NO. 33 MILAM ST., SHREVEPORT. LA. AH buslnt"N t ntTtistotl to ns will rcwi proinpt ntlentlun. lTltl.ln OCILVIE &. NABORS '-O-IIOCXQIXH, No9. 11 & 13 Milam Street siinmvEPonT. ALHO DKALERH IN IRISH rflTUOIt, M10M, riAt,BEIB. BCTTER, CHEESE Orders olleltiKl und rroinwiy flllnl. Mer- ohnntu" nnd -untrncwry V orrer, IiIimkI on horhsit notlw, lllshnt Csh price rimrnn ttwt) Df unllU)WMtf T UUtsLEm, Wool. Ptrlisnt ZL, Jj " ri7ila ' , LAWKUS. WIMJAM K. Ml .i!i;s, ATTOHNKY AT LAW, JIllllltM, 'l'exii, oninu In City hunk Hull. linn. I-'U.I ly JokT. "wmFolKT ATTORNEY AT LAW AMI Agent for Pctcr&' Colony Landn, Hlillliueod WKATIIKIM'olih, 'J'DXAM, iV. I). i(ii(.iiA.V()ii, ATTORNEY AT LAW Diilliin, 'I'l xiiH. Idly JOHN T, Alll.T, III, IS WKI.I.IIOIIN, AVLT & WKLLROItX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW l )nllii,'l"eiiii. ln!liy II, II, sm;i;ii, iwi'aii k. fim.av. sm:i:d & i ixlay, a tcrneys at law JDnllnw, T.o.ic CTll.v Jons m. hti;mmonn. i ii iiii.m t. .moiiiiiss, STK.MM0NS A'MOURISS, . ATTOHNlYS AT IiA W t iillei- over Ciiu k lli'ymi's, Ll'-lly TTWroiiRTKiT" " Alliinu'j and Counsellor t Law, iihitir n-.M. I.. WILLIAMS, ItonT, II SI'AY. WILLIAMS A MAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW BRCHiSEF.y. STEAM FIRE EKGirJES 73 s a S3 HI -1 o ELK STP.EST, DALLAS. TEXAS. HAND FIRE ENGINES HOOK AMI LIUIM Tlil'CKS, HOSE CAKItlACES, lOxi Isiji'iiisluM-w, Tin- liest iiiullty or Vl'I.CAXITK, Itl'lillMK, in- I.KATIIKH llusl-: AMI IIKI.TI N'(l, siiitn hle for nil purposes, for snli- nt Mtimil'iielti Ti ls' rrlivs, I'pnii iiiipllentlon I will furnish (-stimuli's, lilniis unit speelllentloiis fur lmni in North em Texiis, ns to eo--t of Water Works and (us W'ui'lts, titiitt fioni llm most iippinvt'd pliins. 1 1 ii i tin fiellitles for inn iiiifuel iirlni; nud shipping Steiiiii l-'iru Kiiuini-s und Ti'UeltSj liosi-,i-le,,s,i-,-iitl iiiilueeiiieiitswlll lie olteri,'d to towns wlsliiua to illl'eluiNi. J. vv'. s Hi:x(:iv. W. JOCKUSH & CO., r lf,S'.!W i I -ML-rJi i A. Is:Y IfiKTON, AUKSTK KOK IMXTi.U r.X(,'IXJ:S! DEEKING'S HORSE POWEH, mi l 's nox ;is ax i) I i i;i!:it. Tin) Millmi-n AVntton, "VIOTOH" SOATjES llri-ri iik'n HI ton Presses, BIUNLEY'S. UNIVKIIHAL I'UiWH, MAt KALK & t!liRA.,S KlltK SAF IIS Stmd for eirt-iiliirs. IJ9il:tui JMSCELUHEOUS. LTt.JOTTO '& BliO. MAXl FAOTrUllRS OP STICIT, HOCS and PAKCY CANDIES And Wlmlt-Rule nnd Hetull Dealers lu CIGARS, FIJTTIXS, 3VTTTS, Kte Corner or Coratanrro snd Jt-irt-rsan ts DALLAS, TEXAS ?tii1i Wattr nJ Fresh Soatt Alwajs on Tap, Ulsltf THE PARKER CUH. 5CND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR PARKER BRtfS WEST MER1DEN.CT. Will he fttrnMifit nt Mnnufnettirer's Triivs J. W. SCISKNCK, ELM STl;i:i-.T. (v. r I,tn-h A I'o.'n Rtore. Wolslon, Wells 4 Yidur CeiTllN MCWRS AD ("OMISSION SEWBAM IrjjtM P.Kiluti il Strand. Mi-i!..i, T'tii. Ht'lirt-scnted hv Uenrup H. fiiin iilu ll. Tinv elina Anent. Up will innko llln-ml cusli nil- vuneesoual) Cotton emisliuieil to the nlmve house. UASTON A THOMAS. InUiUwdmo, O. n. SCIIOCLLKOPP, OEORQB DOKLLINQ. G. Hi SCHOELLKOPF & CO, DEALERS IN E:i:i, Li&r' anl Highest muliot prlM plrt for Uldei, Wool, DtcnklM, Fart, Bcesvax, ete. 5Mf UHWT, DALLAS, TEXAI. S0f mmmwmm r. i:i.so.',iN ..ii,ti. ,,-..,.. ( (ji Assets over 02,000,000.00 Annual inooiao ovar 1,000,000.00 Surplus a.3 rejjarda Policy uoldcra 100,000 00 Policies hr l'arcc xicurly jq K. .J. ADAMS, Pi i-ldt-iil. Till" Is the IniL-i'nl nud inosl sne.'essful Hoiillii-ra Cuiniiiiiiv, ilnlnti lh,. t,.,u , In. in Murylniel In Texas, iu:tiuw. d with lit- ini.-l ru-ld uni'inv nnU Inv.-si" i-l K ,'Nl"" hi-I'Ve III tile HI :iles In Ii' I he p, ml ll lus nl'i- li-.-i I Veil, puvs lis lils s n . ..' '' !'-' I'l-iuh lilt 1 -1 to Widows nn. I Hi I, hull oi I !...,-. ill 1 1, In nil v ,.. ,,..;i,. s , ..., ... r"'1 vll, siuuliiii ii l.lle und Iteep yi.nr iiioiuy ill hoi,,,., ' -- . Jiisur,, ,jlu Kl.liMlll KM 5 tj I Inl.t' vJKvsJUt-' v "II.V !ial I 4ff': mWM, BOOTS, SHOE AND HATS J, . - : ' -'.''r "fvj-.il' 's'u", 1 1 M,M' " '. rtlfw-r ni M htdtHuit-((M u,. ''S'r-' ' ' ,;l''"'' ""' f o'-'dsi-i'ii In- ImtiKUt t-htic, V .vi.ji ':i N'"' 0,'1'I',rt r SI, l.mtls. frt-l-his liti-liuleii, W&il'y LtefiL "H ami M-e iih mid lit- c-oitviiui-t!, P'T ,fein mvcot, Dallas, Texrus oil ppppipiiiiiipiif nil . u io o j hii urn -15 V- Coi'iior ol' 1 uci fio Avonue and I 'oarl Street. Mouldinu's, hniel.-etH, - i roll work nud wood work of nil kinds nuintil'ueliuvtl with skill nud itisuieii. Hum Inu, enlllni.', Iievi li d Nidliitr, lohier's win k of evt ry ileni'ilplimi, mitt n wwmt business Ini-ldeiil lo hiilltlin:!. eti-., exeeuti d in tin- ht-M nuiiiner liy t-. tu-i tenei il iviirkiiii-n, (Jrileis lit nil tin. eiiy mill eoiuiliy respect Hilly nolleitid, unit will lecilve .iniuit tilleiitinn. 1 ll-Ht WIIOI.ESAU-: AND I! UTAH. DKAI.i'lM IX ionors of All Kinds 1sj11sjs, rJTxss,H. UJSESKIKS. nSS.tSDJJ-X TTI.'Vr.S, "E:!)IlfS, 15ITTEUS, Ami i-oiispk-ie UA of ;5f.l arlicU-s in llu-in' Uik. Oicts slxxcI Tobacco Ol the host ItrHit-Js, in lawflnfiiititcM, asul foreulent -h'iiii'st viitt'N. Attiu-hotl to tliir bnt-iinoss Is a SAMPLE ROOM IN THE B3EAR. ma T. J" , IF .MA IX STUKirr, WHOI.E8AI.15 AND Hardware, AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. AI.Sl), ACJENT l-'Oll TlfR Amori'!i:i lov:drf 'o.m IJ'.t. IFsiirt Kiifo imrt I-oi-lt o.. I"'SC ISmper iinct Mo wow, ar.ti kifU(,' rilfs TEiwrfiors. All onli-r!i iirromimnipil wldi Conlt. Will n-pi-ivo jirompl ndonlhin- Wholesale Druggists ELM STKEET, On iiinl nf(T the 1st of Jul v. IIKX'Y, Mo will fiivo Ilavlni! iiintle pxtensivc r.ddltloas to onr stoi-.-, wu r.ro preparlitg to 1" " ""' 1,,l'l's' most vni lett stoek of Drugs, AEotlicines, Pa tent Medicines, Kto. That has rver hoeii hrou-dit to Hip Interior of Texas, and tiro Ui Iprn-.laed l S 10 Hi 1 T Til 10 r, O K w T r I Ci XT U I"' s Wo will tnnll n l'rlep List to n'nv one reii:t lhu; It. (Vdl nnd t-oiupnn-ours villi ',c( llrleniis mill (Inlveslon priees, pnli-iil.ite frelitlit, tlriivuw, wlu-.i fnc'- hiurHiU' "". ,i,nit exiienses, touetlu-r with Uio Brent loss of tinio in on'leiiiig Iroiu a tllstnliee, nun , you will Had i WoOlfi-rlon Siipoiior liidut-pmonls to Give l it Your ln f ro We den witli none tint (li-t t-l,is lioe ei,iind otrer yon none but first t-lnss oik1s, Of we will nive . vnu Triit-WelttMs mill Jl-nrci, nnd ,,nvF,I (IIAIIAMKK KFI!T AlITil'LR A BrttSHITK Bl W. OR WK Will BI'rTSB WIB Hoilnn to merit ii ml receive your pit! runaijo, t nro, yntm truly, rt lUdly . If. C. IIOHKINS HEREFORD BRO'S DE ALEXIS IN CLOTHING. ITS AND CES3TS' FURNISHING GOODS Xnin opp. Odd Follow H11 BALLAB, W. 1.. MAV.S,,,,.,,,,,,,,, II AI.IILL, MAY fc CO., General Agents, A "RJ V f rnr idt'iistire in i n ( i t-rii : t rlie pii,,, u1(,h ii ihhv linvc on IiiiiiiI, fri-hli t,,,!,, Hit- m,,,,. lui'Cr Mot It i' mm R A. IN" IK DALLAS, T35XAS ItETAU. DEALER IN is DALLAS, TEX AH. our Pi-ieest will ,,i 415 .llniiioi KssUv for SpccW". IPS, SHIRTS TEXAf5. llHI?