"r chrlitmai Number.
P. m ,.tr.u.nU.rofU.Il1-.'"'"
Tn wmtlwr 1 ml w bright M
ftfc'mud U '.iimrtrlcbH twain," or
, ..i.i tliu mm iir lm coin
neWd. CbrW.niui trm must bo hud
oi nnv 'Olt.
... i ton thot cm lu ywtrdy
I., told to have been Utter thwiwy
thai l.ny vut arrived.
KijKVicN out of every iloien 111''
the struct urn currying buutiu
,Wuuw ft young ludy buy her lover
a Christ iiiuh gift, yuHteruuy
Imr of soup.
It wni a
Thumb w ome "wearing of the
.... vMterdny. Our lllborniiui
friends uru responsible for lu
Cojxinix liKKiiv, ono of our most
prominent coiitrnolor and builder,
returned from n trip among the frwaed
up, on Friday.
AM- the churehoH will have Christ
mib tree. Huwo of the little miw
huvo already Joined ull the Kuuday
A Cozy "Q In n corner" Ih that Mr.
fjoull'e hiw added to IiIh concrete build
Inrf.ou the corner of Muln uud Lamnr
At the Commercial Hotel lnt eren
ing wero Gencrul Dodge, of tlie 1'aclOc
road, and family. They left on peoll
ttalfi, aftur Bupper, for Marehull.
A rw young gentlemen In thin
plane are organising to make a raid on
the Wichita Mountain. As long an
the wouutalnH won't come to them,
they'll go to the mountains.
wajra on hand a full stock of groceries,
afthtt lowst market price at whole
sale. He also makes cash advaaees
on cotton, bides, etc.
. asteh nil nf our wairon yards, a
great many wagons have to "camp out"
on vacant lota, much to the provoea
' tion of th f property owners near by,
In which the horses often trespass nd
A H0H8B slipped from the mod yes
terday, near tho market house and in
jured his hoof so that he was regarded
as permanently disabled. The animal
was a valuable ono and belonged to
some one In the country.
An x unntlnmnn. vostnrilnw WHS
standing on the bunk of tho small
stream that runs just below the city
cemetery, the spot upon which ho was
standing suddenly gave way and pre
cipitated him in the stream. Several
cute ou the face and a broken finger
"colonkl W. W. Lawbknce, who
bas an Itch for getting our friends of
Ft. Worth "out of the woods" via
ot a railroad, la stopping at the Com
mercial. Colonel Lawrence is a man
of Indomitable "energy and never-lct-go
grit, and withal, brains enough for
half a dozen of no ordinary men.
There is a lady in this city who
eays thatlf there is anything in this
world more than another, that worries
her, Is the expertness with which one
oftheoottou Jerkere tumble one lu front
of her on the sidewalk, causing her to
walk out iuto the middle of the streets
to get around it.
- In the second story of The Herald
buildiug, on Monday afternoon, time
about four o'clock, there was a
fight ; It was a small fight, but
there waa the oddest compound
f a gallon Jug, four fists and
two men that ever tickled or interested
any orowd. It was all done In Just
about three mlnutos of the "fastesttlme
on record." Some of the crockery Is
till lying on thehlstorlcground. Price
seventeen cents a relic.
, Hon. A. J. Ball, of Weatherford,
Is re-elected Senator from his district,
by a majority ef about 87 votes over
Colonel Shannon. Captain Ball was
the regular Democrat!) candidate,
There were three candidates against
klm Colonel Shannon, Mr. Chaod
ler and Mr. Llppard. Shannon and
Chandler were Independent Demo
crat, and Llppard an avowed Radical
The vote stands, for Ball, 2,822; Shan-
holy 19,85; Chandler, 840; Llppard
MO. There are eight couutiea In the
Dlstrlot, all of which are official except
Ure4 liek.U hililul M14.
Mr. A. D.' Johnson, at the Crutch-
letd House, advertises to tell and pur
ehase railroad ticket to all points.
Parties having commutation tickets
partially used, or who desire purchas
ing tickets of a Ilk character, will
BndMr. Johnsou'i list to enbrace a
large number of the prlncpal rout
In the United State.
Tk Callee Boll. ' .
TO'htght the Calico Ball will be held
at Field' Hall. We understand that
two white pigeons are to be liberated
ou the occasion, from whose necks a
gold ring will be suspended, and that
the lady who captures them will be al
lowed, to keep them. By all means lat
every one turn out. It will be a most
"titrable evening lu evsry particular.
fifty barrel of mIic II nysltu's for Christ
tnuH. Thete gentlemen keep oyster
only lu the shell, and itro piefarud to
supply families with wny iiin.tli,v
II. It, Mill III III.
TlicudvcrllHiuuiit f Ibis subsluutliil
housuinay ho found Inanolhorooiuiiiu.
This ft nil are old cotton buyers ami un
derstand tlii'lr IhikIiuks In nil imiu.'iii .
They oiler to make liberal advances on
cotton shipped to im-ir fiirrwp.jiniii.-
at Oolvcsloii or New Orleans, nny
have tho reputation of being prompt
and reliable In ull their eiimisi'iiients,
uud deserve a liberal patronage. They
have the excellent while water wagon
for sale, to which we direct the alien
tlon of planters and IridghlerH,
Captain J. M. Laws, with four depu
ties, was enngeil ull (lay, yesieniay,
in arranging hlsolllcelu "shin eliupi
preparatory l. the introduction of Mr.
Ilurwuiid. tho Clerk elected by the
lieoplu of Dallas county, on tho
lust. Cuptulii Laws nays Hint ho went
Into olllco with a clear rcnord and in
tends to go out with every record In ll
place. Wo were in his olllce lawl even
ing, and found every tliingassyHluinat
ieallyarriiUKiul as could be, ami, lo day,
it Is expected that Mr. llarwood will
bo formally Inducted Into bis olllce,
We were Informed yesterday that
Messrs. Ward, Dewey A t o,, through
their agent. Major Ihtyniniid Hui-kt1, in
tended to open ni'tfutlulliiiiH with the
county court for the purpose of furn
Ishlmr tho new courihoiiHn when
the building is llnWied. The fuel II
ties enjoyed by these gentlemen nitim!
xcelled bv any nuinul'actururs lu the
South, and should the contract
awarded them wo have no luiidlaney in
.living that the work will be executed
a manner no Icsh I'redllitUo to (he
contractors than to the eoiinly. RhiJor
Burko has on hand u largo supply of
household furniture, boots, hhuesuiid
clothing ' manufactured by Messrs.
Ward, Dewey A Co,, and ai his entire
stock Is the result of Texas enterprise
we bespeak for him u liberal share of
the patronage of our people.
TB Faawde or Hi lllbi'rulun Hviicvo.
Mocking at the cheerier gloom ami
In plucky defiance of the wady mud,
the Hibernian Benevolent Hncii'ty of
this city paraded our principal streets,
yesterday, in (lie very rich und beauti
ful regalia of their order, and were the
admiration of a largo coueour.se of
lli.cns who had gathered on the line
of march to witness tho procession.
Tbconicers were particularly nutiec-
ble from their line bearing and in
creased elegance of their regalia.
We give their names in the order in
which they acted in tho procession :
Grand Marshal I 'at O'Donneli ; Cap
tain J. T. llall'erty; Mr, Cunningham,
Captain Ancient Order; Lieutenants
Luko Dunn, C. U. MeSweeny, Dun
O'Donneli uud M. J. lleuuessy,
Mtnr Mllla, l.aiM'inler.
The above niillM, situated In tho flour
ishing town of Lancaster, in tho lower
part of this county, are now in success
ful operation, and turning out Hour and
corn meal of the very best grades. The
mill building, which is built of solid
rock, is one of the most substantial and
handsome buildings in the county, and
is au ornament to tho town, reflecting
credit to its proprietors, Messrs. Nance
& Moflltt. Kverything about the mill
Is new, and of the most upproved pat
tern of mill machinery. Mr. Nance,
one of tho proprietors, spent considera
ble time In the western cities examin
ing thedifTorent mills be'oro he pur
chased his machinery, and the result Is
that he has got as perfect a mill as any
tho country. The mill is designed
have five run of rock; only four,
however, are In operation nowthree
for wheat and one for corn. The capac
ity Is one thousand bushels each,
twenty -four hours. These mills add no
little to the prosperity of tho town, and
bring a great deal of trade to It.
Altogether Lancaster is one of the most
flourishing towns lu Northern Texas,
and a visit to the Star mills will repay
any visitor there.
Live Stock Market at Home.
Messrs. Witt A Thomas, butchers at
the city market, had on exhibition,
yesterday, on the streets, some fine
Corn-fed Texas steers, raised and fod by
Sumut! Uhl, of this county, that real
ized Mr. Uhl the snug little sum of
sixty-two dollars and fifty cents per
head. Why do stoek-ralser seek a
market East aud North for fine cattle,
when they can realize a haiidsome
price for their stock at home? We are
told that stock-raisers are constantly
forcing on horn trade worthless stock
at "scalawag" prices, and shipping the
cream of their stock to St, Louis or
New Orleans, paying exorbitant
price for freights, when the net
proceed of their cattle, aft el being
handled thus, could he obtained at
home; Messrs. Witt A Thomas paid
the above prices for the cattle to
butcher for the. retail trade of this city,
and besides the One beef to bo found In
their stalls during the Christmas holi
day, they will have, perhaps, as large
a variety of fresh meat as has ever
been butchered In thl city consisting
of bear, venison and other wild game
of all kinds, to gratify the palates of
their numerous friends and customers.
At Last The BIHer End.
On Buuday night in this city, In th
second story of aWFSme building on
Elm street, the cry of murder fell like
a boom upon the city' ear. What led
to It we will relate succinctly:
A young girl marries a man In who
heart there are no humanities, but th
attributes of a fiend reign aud terrorise.
After a year of oruel sufferance she Jlle
to on who In other day had befriended
hr, and If candal might be credited
tl-" a rU sfc.Hjmon, hprfi TQ
DAILY IIBIIAUJI 'I'UiW.DAV Mt?JiHn,
Word, l-e luced her, Infuriated si till
deserilun, her husband trucks Iter like
u sleuth-humid, threatening death to
both tho protector and protected,
At lut aim Is hounded tothlsciiy,
llclludioiil where she. lives, Enter
ing, tho Iioiin) ho meets Ills
former wife, her sister, and licr
sisiur'a husband, tasting ins
cyort around thurooiu, he sues lying on
a boil ii Mjek man wlioui ho recog
nl,cs, with a 'sutanhi laugh, as the
moo whom his soul Ims prayed so long
lo meet with; the shields of her
win) hud tied from hliu. The tiger
was In his heart and the devil upou
his lips in u moment. " I have got
you at last, uud I will have tho last
one of you," lie shouted. Hut he had
hardly "uttered the terrible threat bo
furs his eyes were ullruclcd by a little
child III the groupe.und sloopiugdown
to kiss It, u pistol was ut his throat lu
a second, tho next II was llred, and the
man fell over dead. An arrest fol
lowed. It was a clear caso of self
dcfciiHo, Nothing else could have
been niiiiloout of II. n lid Justice Kcr-
loot ordered oMIeer Newman to release
Hie llolhliijn npiu'oiicli
'ry ono N anxious to buy
(heir IVIcihIh ii miiUiiII pn-MOnt.
Mr. J. W. WvhU, Wuloliuiiikcr
iiikI OiiUcIiiii. .11 ii I ii Nlrci't. u-
i'..h1(i l ipids' 'J'hi'iilcr, linn ii
I:iii j mid lime iiHHorOiM'iit ol
Uuf Jhh, .IvMh'Jf WilvtT MMl
Siiver-pititvu Wiii'O, Alwu, i'.
liK h'Hiiiid t'ye Limk'm, in gol'L
Hilveriiiul Mice! nine. Ilarlntf
IiiilxM'le.l I In' LeiiHCH liiiiiNeir,
he m siauts (Stem to be the
esl Article oi" H'eLhle liiwH.
Mr. Webb liiinhmlttvcMlj jeiirH
evjiei'ii-iit'e la tlie l(iisminiiu
I J. IX !''!! coiiiieclctl nitli I lio
lai'VMt laoiiM'H la (lie conatrj,
in eieey pari i" hN lnn-Jnesm
Ih OeonMiliIy eosapelenl, aiul
nil 8Um ooiih Miirranled iih ri p-
II yen want some line Whiskey Wluo,
ilraixll's or Ulnars for Cliflstmas lr Nvw
Vuur'n, cull on A. M. r HJr.NJ) I'O.
The li.iKt bmmlH of Wlilnky, Wine and
t'limrapim be liuil lit A. M. FRIEND CO.'d
for tliu holidays. 270dSd
Don't forneUo call on .. M. FltlKNII A CO.
for your Idiiuors and Cigars fur tlie lioldiivs.
Ueinemlier A. M. KHIKNU l.'O. has the
fluent mnors am! nui's, In l,c eliy, for tliu
A. M, KU1KNH CO. have, tho fluent Apple,
reach, hiuI I'Ycneli UnnidleH, Jsinaleii Hum
and pine KentueUy lluurbons, all for tho
All pintles huleljled to M, Hhlelils, by not
HeeuiYd by deed of trust, me hereby notified
that prompt payiiienls must be luado, or
their properly will be Mold.
I.AiiiKs wishing to loam the art of Tele
graphing, and procure plensnnt and proflta
blu cinployiu. nt, should attend the Dallas
Telegraph Institute. A ludles class ho been
organised, fur the day, uud evening, with
every comfort and convenience.
2iH-dlw. ED. T. BAHYE, Secretary.
If any one doubts the success of the move
iiRugurutud, last wuek, at Wheat's dry goods
store, of n "reduction on every article in tlie
house," he has biit to visit that locality nud
lie will be convinced that it is indeed a
.Mr. Wheat informs as that the sulo will be
continued until January 1st, and those In
search of presents tor the holidays will And
nn usually free display of substantial goods,
ndapted lor the purpose. 2IO-dtf.
'i'ho following brethren wore elected and
appointed ns oMcni of Tannfhlll Lodge
No. M, Krco and Accepted Masons, for tho
ensuing year, at the stated meeting held
Saturday evening, December 1:1, A. D., 1878:
John J. Clood. W. M.;8ain Crossloy, 8. W.;
Geo. W, Neely, J, W,; K. Austin, Treasurer;
II. Hull, Secretary; Juno Peak, S. D.; Heury
Sclimkl, J.;i). W. K. Cummins, Chaplain;
Tom Walker, J. E. Barkley, Stewards; Jno.
B. Louckx, Tyler, and will be publicly in
stalled on tho anniversary of St. John, the
Evangelist, Saturduy, December 37, 1873.
Dallas Hook and Ladder Company No. 1,
111 meet at Commercial Club Hooni, Satur
day night, December 20th, for drill and
lly order of W. C. CONNOR,
A limited number of students will be In
structed In telegraphy In the night class, at
the Dallas Telegrph Institute, Those de
sirous of learning a profitable profession
lthont luteriering with their dally busi
ness, will probably never meet with a better
ED. T. BA3YE, Secretary,
207dlW 'Dallas Telegraph Institute.
A good business building on Main street
centrally located. Terms easy.
Apply lo T. J. FRANK.
Franklin Pcnn are now
opening- their extensive and
varied stock of Holiday Goodi,
which they offer at Wholesale
or netall. They are receiving
a large (upply of new and ele
gant pattern of wall paper.
Wall paper, Wall pnper, Wall
paper. liumciiHCHlock oreverjr
grade and Klrle-Ilrown UniTa,
White ground), DanuiMk, Eni
bowsed, FrcsK'oed, Satin aud
Gilt, Jio charge for trimming.
A fine Mock of window shade
will be on band In a few days.
PIEKCE A LYLE.
Ttjom seslrlng In enter the night Telegraph
class, would do well to report Immediately
to the secretary of the Instlinte, as only a
limited number of students will be received.
For terms and particulars, address
ED. T. BASYK, Mccre'try,
3S7d2t Dallas Telegraph Institute.
We have this day sold oar enUre stock of
merehandlaw and open accounts to Mr. F.
Wlte, who will continue th business in th
same building occupied by OS. Hoping that
he will reeelv the liberal patroaat hereto.
for sxteqded s, we remain,
In IMlrollMlllll tllshUHllil MOf Ml'SSIUO'
iiu L'o I l to sushis l" nniiir iriBH".
iul pitlruniof tlmliftuss suit tlc. pumlc -
diully, lllltt tllB btlHlltuM WlH WIIOMMMOWM
III llm MiMia lllirl iiisiiiiKr s nini".
'I lis sloa of B'kkIs siu lu us M" "'I"
nuinpluiu hi svniy ili'i'inloM iii, aim vy
slIiiiHIiiii lu IiuIiiki ami lli dfiiiamls uf
llis truilu, lu niniil a uailiiMiiie of I'm fsi
ruimuu mi llliumlly liesnwiul nil my pr.
dwwssiirs, further KHurauiMun m '
Us, I liuvuuauciU tliosorvliwiiorJIus-is.rwiis-lln
A t.VsuM siili'siimii, M'rs. Kselmi ami
Mnrsliull, who will lis fanil ss usual la
tlmlr olinws, aint will ul ways li llswl lo
sen tlislr frlieli and siismnisrs of iimsio
IMmitf r. wii.n.,
i. u, o, r,
ltKmaiiilmrtlis Odil J'ullows' IjsII (iuiofJ
uu tliiuilglil.if How Year's Kvu.Hl.t Uee.uu.
jsr, si OUU Fellows' hull lu Damon
or ii lee Moulding, over 10,'
000 leel Just reeel veil, uud will
be niude lo order, ut
Two good ruslilmiciis In Hits city, linme-
"Kvery oloiul limits silvery llulnii," and
Vi-ly felllle .'1 1 1 1 1 1 I It 1 1 1 1 IIS I'O" U k,, r . II,
ltvader, whai iiiuiun U, r', Uf
Nearly ll ludleiSin III dally u o( sums
nrtlllelal iialiil fur li"lr aliens. Now l"l us
tell you ii -eerel. If J im will "so hliallsli
Keiiiala lllllemlt will imlnt yiir .1'"'''
hrlulileii yjur dull eye, Iiiimo;I lieuiily to
yoiVrleaiiireionl liealili ami Ijiio) amy to
your whole syktem,
' Tothn Clilldrau.
Mtlln ones, I wimt onn IuiihIiimI of yoti lo
meet inu at my hiiiiie, corner of I.nmsr and
t'oiniuerei), streets on CMirlsluins luornliiE,
Wo win have a yrnun i""'l'' 1,111
n, uu ir.it, ami u merry, uud (Uiiu,
of inhni.nir iweniy years, 1 wlli must e
pfi'lally the UUle folUa la spend tho next
t'hrlsliu wltli inu. Wu will msrt nt H
o'clock l the morning, Your old friend,
IMMUlwU , J- C. McCy Y.
I offer til's flneKl silks, V1tis, fancy Vry
BUtOW C0T, FOIt OHRISTMA ChEBENT.
F. IIOLDOHl', Anont,
l2w on I.sinrst bet. Main uud Klni,
Messrs. Durham, Howell 4 Co.. of Hbrovs.
poit, uro ugenlsof the Arlsona Mills In Clai
borne Parish, La and are prepurwi to su
Cott n Yarns and Otuiuburgs at ngurisi loss
than New Orleans prices. l0d-tf
Frnillln rnn nr rclvlnu ni'wgooa
King has si ways un hsnd ths bust of wlnm
and liquors to suit hU customers. auajni
Pratt's astral Oil-
Absolutely snfe. Porfortly odorlsas. Al
,,i,ir,,rm. lllumlnallns power superior
to im. Hums In nay lamp without danger
nf exploding or MKIUK nrs. jiianiiiieMiireu
nxpri'Milyto tiilte tho place of volatile nnd
.i,; minimi itHkHfeiv uiulerevuiv nowl-
bio tort Hiidltspei.'cetburiilng qiiHlltles are
proved by Us continued usti 111 over WV,W)
fanillles, , , , . .
Millions of gallons have been sold and no
aeeulunl, mreuiiy or iinuroeiij , nan eve, uu
curred from burning, storing or handling It.
Tho Immense yearly lowttollfoand properly,
resulting from the use of cheap and danger
out 'oil In the United HI ales, Ik appalling.
Th. i,,Mi,runin e,ini oAiiles and lire cominlK-
ui,i,.-ru ihiouubimt theeouulry recommend
tje Astrul us mo oesi sait'gUKru wauiu lumpa
areusod. Monti lorciicuiur.
Kor sale at retail by tliu trade gnnornlly,
gild ut wlioltwilu by tliu priipi'lt lors.
tHAJsj-l llAll it to..
18d9Almw HIS Fiillon slreid. New York,
To Ike Vutirsof the Illy of Uullss:
I l,prfh' minnmicA nivself us a candidate
for Mnvorof HuIIiik. and 1 do so without the
solicitation ol friends or uondeninutioii of
enemies: HavliiK no friend to reward or
unemv to mnilsh. and believimr I can ud
minister Justice without bias or prejudice 111
this position, win be tlianuiui lor your sup
.1. W. LANE.
I m a candidate for the oftlee of Muyor of
the city of ImiIIus. Many menus nave urgcu
,M tririmns an indcliendent candidate. To
this appeal I say this: I um the eandldute
nf il,. iiixuile. but will ah de bv and ueaul-
csce in any decision made by the Democracy
of the city of lianas in tneir iimvennmi
should one oe neia. PAj.m, biiiwusu.
We are authorised and requested to au-
HIRAM II. BO ALE,
As a candidate for Marshal of the city of
Dallas, ut the city election lu April next.
NEW AUVtKI IbtrflENTS.
444 Jefferson St., 444
(Where the Old Fostofflce Building tstood.)
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
MALE AITS FEMALE MINSTRELS
New Blacksmith Shop.
The undersigned has ooened a new Black
smith Hhopopposlte W.K. Robberaon's liven
stable, Kim street, where he has experienced
A GOOD 8T0CK OF MATERIAL.
He seltelts the patronage of the public.
WAR DECLARED AND CUBA INVADED
May be the ultimatum of Congress, but
ttrfsAVMaa tl n ft,,, a "
Have been established la
And all ths merchant of this eltr and ths
entire NORTIIkRN BELT are resolved to
Bolontcrtend totnananflwien laianas wnen
rlaht hare, at their TrrY door, ther ean let
in gooa snspe snn si snirp iqudi i
I'Olinn anil nnipping nianciie. Dinning
and Mercantile Htamps, Notary and Mamu
mskl PnssM. Brands for Flonrlna Mills.
Hlbbon rielfKlatlng Humps, Uuhlvr Htamps
and I'rlntlni Wheels, "Um" Type Treaaca
and Htencll Plates, uoor nates ana House
.Numbers. Conductors' and Porters' Badges,
Plain ana Hounu israos Aipnaoeis, uarnage
mkr Plataa. all sites Hlamned Ribbons.
Old Humps nude new, Engraving lu Script,
Homan or uoinio. Auuresa
"Bryasil'a Sump Dewal,"
SSodeodSm Dallas, Texas,
Dealers tn all klnde of
Carner Main and Lmkr 8treU,
Cajl u m hint tl m fJ
CEORCE A PIKE
i:. j. ju'KUiu
C'OMMIMNIOX Mi:iU IUl
ma MHIM AM Wit,
r w, H. eusismfli "
fntton I'siitors. Cnmiiiliwlon, Kwalvlii
id KorwiinlliiuMciclmnissiiil ('iiiiihh'ioiuI
liniliura. New WiiirlHiuwMloiillligiui
Travis slid Mossier Hlrwls,
T ...,,. niiviincns muilu nil ('onslglililMlts
cfCullonciriilliBi I'l'i'luc. Kivlglils proiin '
r it. hick. n. ii.iiowkh..
IIU Ks & Howell,
CWTM MCTOU AXD CO 31 M (SSIOX HKKClA5STg
Offlre, Trs !., Mrlirllnr'i Xf llullillsg,
WARKIIODSIt, COHNKK SI'HINU ANIITnA VSS STS
Adjoining His I'oniproKscs,
Idj.dOm HH ItliV'ICl'llKT, I.A,
GREGG & rOI?,
General Coii.nilsslon Mcrcliunts
AO K NTS FOR PRATI "H ID1T0N dlNH,
And the Crlf.brakd Arrow fif.i,
CROCERIES, WAOOKS, ETC.
inn mim .tn criiiKii'iiincnt. fnr Hide or
Hhlpnient, Cotton, Wool and wlhnr rroduas,
upon which Liberal Advnnces will lie samlo.
No. 20, 1 & I'l Lewe S.,
Cotton aud Freight Wurultnuso, HpringHU
, B. SI CUHJIIKK,
W, A. HA0OOI),
McCUTCIIEN & HAGOOD
(Snooessors to MoCutohou A Co.)
t'OTTON rACTOKN, GROCERS
General Commission Merchants
AWEHTH FOB ORAROE POWDER CO.
Corner Milam and Spring Sh;oete
Slirevepui t, La.
"'fin at rrt i mn i H of Cotton. Wool, nidrs,
Pnllries.Tallow.eto.. solicited. ll Whloh lib
eral advauccs will be mude, lOa-dly.
WITH riSTAllUXT ATTAC11ED.
Firimicd Btomi ui B,.rd hj Iki Vt; er WnL.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Corner Market and Crockett Streets
L,. HANSON, Propr.
J. B. DCKIIAM. X. HOWSLL. J. J.KATBURX
Durham, Howell & Co.,
BffflTlnr, Ferwsrdisg sad fleaersl
AND DEALERS IN
CROCERIES AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
Toot of the Levee, near the Railroad,
XX. XX. XjISSI t5 oo..
Importers and Dealers In
1AR DWAR E
IRON, STEEL AND NAILS,
CHAIN, CUTLKUY, GUNIs
Hubs, Spokes, Axles,
Mttkanlrs' Toert, HsfhlulHs' Bnppllre, .,
No. 1 Milam Street,
l2-dly BHREVEPORT, LA.
JAMES F. UTZ,
Spring Street, Shreveport, La-,
'Wlolesal Dealer In
M A O K I NXS Tt "V
SOLE AGENT FOR
Ami's Portable Engines, Carer Cottou
Olns, Brooks' Cotton Pi-pjs, Ecllrse Cotton
Presa. Co emnn's Corn Mills, Htrnnn scorn
Mills, Victor Cane Mills, American Cane
Mills. Conk's Evaporators. American Evap
orators, Branch and Crooks' Circular Saws
ana victor Bcaies.
daw Mills, Borse Powers, Runner Dolt log,
Oum and Hemp Paeklnx, Cistern, Well
ins rnree rnnsns. iron rino ana r uinn.
RrsM Work. Steam. Unaaes. Steam Whistles,
iaaa Coeks, etc., Wheel Barrows, Stove
Tracks, Uang Plows. Walktns; Cultivators,
Cider Mills, Corn Hhellers, Lard and Msckln-
ery tills, etc.. ste. F.nineers' suppnea oi
avarr riesiintlnn. CnmnleUi machinery for
lonr mills will be furnished or any parte!
suen mills snppnea "a snorc Bout",
1. B. OILBOBB. 0. C. KVtJt.
Collectors and Accountants,
OFFICE, NO. 30 HI LAX STREET
AUkeiBtsifwsesitrnstexIt) n will r
Oeltp ftrsMnait attvntlnn. ITliiam
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Situated at tlie Dallas Sntinin, about half a
mile Booth of the Court Bouse. For farther
particulars, apply to
On tne prwmteea.
14 Typ Metal.
WAHTED-Purehaaers for a lot ef
type metal a steeliest initoiltate
BjskWl metal, Prta lew. A syly
to oiib mm m mwm m northern tkxas
Wo si i- now In i 'f'i'l i.f iiui'l dully n -iTlvlng mlilitlniis ili.i.t,,)
TUB 111 M FI'LD'Til) AMI I'HK.ll'I.SJ' hlU(!H III'
Kver luoiiglil to l he luli'i lor ut Hie miiiIh, Our U id ull Ih.b guods, such a4
HI.KACHI'.H AND JlltdWN ('(rrNH,
I'UI MM AM) UNNKVS,
Will lie fniiiid nsoiiiiplidc, ullil a III rotupsre fiivumlily In prlm-s evil tt uny tniuket Wu.i n.
Urnilli, In "mr
KI'INTH'KY JKAN'M. HOKSKINH,
ii,a.nm;i, and a i.i, i'ii: i: oooiih,
Oiirstiii li Is coin plido, uud will Iiu lo pt sii,iiiiiI In pilns wu guiiriiiileti niillKUcllnii, in
Boots a;ZXdL liocs
't iilwnvs ki'rp u full sloi'lt of Ilif I'l itnuli'S, n nil ciin glvn Ui. m lu you fresh, sud eiviM
and III liny . soi iiiunlii iKjnil win. I, v can bnil I lie wmid ill -"n,
OVJilt AND I'NlU'lt KM HITS,
SVuoli AND UUI'SII HATH,
And our stork of I'lictip, iiii'illuiu nud Him
O 3Li O 3P 3SC X 3r
Will lip fnuilil I Iiu l"'l III llinciiy. Our goods ii i'ii nil Imii'ilit riniii iiniiitirnfiircrs and lln.
hurt. 'in In' ii liiivri oi liii'lliiiu i'X,i'rli'iii',, mil Willi i'Ai.II, i, ii I liv tin., leu I i ix wu m
,' di'd lo HI AM CIIKAl', and will ak ( ilK.U' as Ni v.' (Jil.an, ,ihv,ioii or
HI, ,i, ins, Ci mii' and i "ii us, uud li, ,'. , i v 1 ll .'. " I in III.' Inilli ut wlml in' suy. )lv hili'i1 illiiv
iilli'l( suli's ami sliciil iH'iillls '., liiipn In nii'ill a til 1 1 1 ins I t.-u ul Hie la'iguuiiil nu'iri,J
Iriido wu liuvc liltliuiiM'iiJii.vi'il, lli'i-pi'dlully,
W.C. RANDALL ft ERO.
V liult'Hiili! IH;r (,ii mis, Kim Sirct't. IliiUns, Ttxnu
H. 0. MOSKIMB,
IIhvIhk imrolinsi'd tliu liili'rcsl ol'iiiy fnrmi'i' pnrinor, H. A. Fondrm, In tho Drug busU
nnss, 1 am now jin-pnrcd tn ml' r tlie lmsi'it Ktuuli ol
Drugs, Medicines, "I i tent Medicines, Ktc.
Tlmt hits tfviii' iR'i'ii liiouglit lo tliu Inli ilor of Tcxiis, mid inn dctcrinliii'd to
SKLL AT Till: LOM'KNT 1'IOUKES
. i, n n. ......
Orli!HHM und (inlvi-sliiii ii'rlri'S, ciilruliito Tn li'lH. ili'HyuK'', wlmi fiii-, nsiiriiin'o mill ollu'i
expousi'S, tiimdlii'r Willi the ivut loss of lliiioln nidiMiit, Irmn u iIIkikiiw, mill ItlilnK
you will Und
lOirorVoii NiiM'i'!or Indiwoliionts to lv lie Yonr fiiliciinto.
T .I... I .ull I, .,n l,,,l is: f cl.wk I lotlHCM. Illlll lltli'l' VOll 110111! Illlt tllHl clflU ei'OdS, bldc
I will give you Trim Wt'lulils MvaHiirfs. und
liCAIIAXTKK EVERT AllTH'Lli AS IlllFIIKSIiMKII
IfophtK lo inct'lt nnd n ri'lvc your inil ronuo, t um, yours tutly,
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OP THE UNITED STATES,
isro. mo lmqATnvAY, k. y.
TONTINE SAVING FUND ASSURANCE,
A new plan, as Introduced by tho EQUITABLE, which lins become tho
LEADING LIFE INSURANCE I'OHl'ANY IN THE WORLD.
ALL KINDH O J? I'OLLICIKS ISSUKU
INSETS 810,09IJ,0.M 2C
N Bi 17 A L CASIl 'lSCOM K M20' !!!
RATIO F ASKETN TO LIAIIIMTIEN 1,5 81
SUM ASSURED, New Business, 1872, $51,911,079.
SEW BUSINESS OF W, 1870, 1S71 AND IS2 THE LARGEST OF ANY COMPANY IN THE I0B1
lrs. JOXES AX1 TIIHl'.VrOX, Medical Examiners.
J. W. SCHENCK,
" GESERAli AC EXT FOR XORTHEBX TEXAS, .
omco on Elm street, adjolulug Commerclul Hotel.
A.G-33ICTIS WANTEC. 18""'
W. It HINCKLEY.
HINCKLEY & DIBREIX
House FurniBlains Good
AND TIN WORK
ELM STEEET, DALLAS.TEXAS.
YOUNGULOOD'S TONIC IJITTI3R8.
For Xervotis Debility It never Falls.
For Ioh of Appetite It lias no Equal.
For Flatulency It Is beyond ltlvalry.
For Disordered Montath, an immediate RelUT.
For ljspesla It Is recominciitled by ull Physicians
Endorsed by Pbyslclnns. Clergymen, rianters, Merchants, Mechanics of ever nat
For Bale in Dallas by Conner 4 Walkor, Druggists and Wholesale Agents.
YOUNGBLOOD'S LIVER TONlO-
A safe, sure and effi ctual cure for all
Colic or Pains In theJlowoh, Dysrirln, COMIvcnens, Liver .Complaint, Fcvj"' ' f jyp
Bllllona Fevers, Kervous and 8ick Hcndiiclio. Dlnrrhcen. a,nd DyaeniHry oi a . i ,nei, W
Impurity ot the Blood, Dmpey, Boll", Meliinclioly, Heartburn, Jaundice,
structed Menstruation i also a I'rovenlntlve and Cure for l'ilva. Tf lM.
I..D. TOf.Voni.OOD, Sole Proprietor, Galveston,
Connor A Walker, Wholesale Agonts. -
WOODWORKING MACHINE SHOP
3Iain Street, lalliiN, Toxns,
T "TT 1 titTi-i t- ! i--vt.
xj, jii, vjra v
Boora, Rash. Blinds. Framel. Mouldlnsn.
board In e, and every product ol wood working machinery on hsnd or ''"""JL L
pa ers. t)tna fronts, eonnters and slielvinf built u ordr. I'ortahle bull't'J.V'j, W"
(hue a aahoolbooaet, cut, fitted Ud aiiad wdy tot ewttoH
,,. .ull, ... II. Ci.ll nml rnttiiwit'i' llilnr with Nlw
11V MR, OH I Kill KKfUXII TOlB MJfEl
Jl. C. IIOSUINC.
C. J. DIPKELL.
oi,, orvopriw i
Brarketa. Tiirnln. Flooring, f"J5r
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