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Ran Kkanci.im, Jim 12 lUnd (if
A finvtir bnt BiarlaJ Bimth ml will roli
alil in l Sunnrm. Auollmr band it
' reported nv Uillc over .lb bm-Jur, b
t i X 1 n C fliul Crui in Honor..'
Advljti from tlcnrnil l)vl' oamp r
port onljr I here or fuur Molue '. largo.
Th 1'itt lllvcr Indiana ilulivared rleven
MoJoc refugee! ytourditjr to UvDcral l.
Ti, '
. Lonnox, Jun 12. A Madrid "pedal lo
, Uie Tint report, tlrut Um orlaia in th
jtoveronjent of Spain oouilniim, and that
team of a aerloua outbra.k In tha capital
la entertained. .
. ,Tb Cortet rma!ned In e aioq moit of
the day, yestjriUr. During their dulibor
' atlons a parly of 'armed vidmileer (ur
. rounded tbt l'atace of tbe Cortaa. A Urge
. body of armed police waa oonoentraled at
the column or Dot ao Mat, anu ueioon
' menu of troopa oi poaied at other place
in the city, but (heir aurvioea were sot re
quired, ,
The preaa openly advocates aa army
ravoluilan. The aituatiun ia very diaqulet-
in(t to y the leuat. i !;'.
. The IrtecuDoiliat) oppose the forrna
' tlon of the Miuiatry from tho right.
1 Vudioa of Irreeonoiliables and armed par-
tiiiua of the majority or the Cortes
'' Bptsctivcly, occupy etragio position iu tho
A co'ufliot battreeo opposing faction! It
feoreil...- ...
At meetinx of Deputio belougingo
tbe majority, it vai agreed a order to
, ooDOiliute their pppouenta, to propoee that
-,i the MiniDtry be composed of four to'
Bervatlvn aa-1 fulir Irr.coneilablua.
Tho Cortea baa accepted the r8i(;unllon
'''' of l'itiera. .' At a ('abinet meeting of the
u , majority ,liwt liicht, ,llio following new
Miuiatry waa agreed upon 1'reaident of
the Council and Mmialer of the Interior,
I'riey Morgalj. Sliuioier of Colonics, Lifr-
nie; Minister, of Foreign Affairs; .Uuixo;
' Minister of Marine, Aurich, Minister of
1'inanco, Leoaup Miuialer of 'l'ublio
Works, Itonot, Minister of Justice, Bou-
' kales. '" .. . i .
t ijt The authorities are determined to sus
'"" tain the majority la whatever measured
they may adopt. Betior Figueras baa left
ui Madrid'. . -.,..-,' i
"The treaty alliance between Germany
' ' sad Italy is reported anoolu.leil.
'.'..i , The Missiisippi Valley Society for the
v promotion- of-tra.te and inieatmout, oapi
' tal in Weatern and- Swtilheru States, or
ganised bore to-dy.-' Amount ' promoters
.,of the enterprise are some of the ncaltbi
st I'uglisliuieu. . . . .
, ' C0XORATHI.ATINO 8T0KSS. .
. ''Nwf Vontc; Jime la. Fully ' fifteen
, . Ibousaiijd persons have viaitfd 8tokes since
' bo has been In the , Tombs. . IJetween
twenty and thiriy called yesterdiy, and
V. tendered their' congratulations,; Theoobu
pauta of the murderer's row are mnob
- elated ovee the granting of a bew trial to
. . Btokos. , , . : :'.
' i I i tun TBiaaEE.; ''';';,.''"
: IticunoND, Va., June 12. The seoonds
in the reoeut duel made ao uusucocssful
attempt for release on bail. j
A COJtNKR. ' 1 '
New' Vans, June 12. Tho corner is
now fully developed. . To-day several
failuros ure reported, but no names are
. given, ' ' 5
mbbdbb. ; .
Halifax, June 12.A man In this oity,
to-d.iy, while under the Influence of in
toxicnting liquor, split bis wife's bead
: fatally -with an ax. He then out tho
throats of his two children, aced three
and Ave years, It ir probable that' all
will alio. , I ' :
: roUNTKRFKIT. ; ,.'
Counterfeit ten cent currency notes havo
been discovered to bo in ciroulotion. They
ore unuiiually-woll oiaau'ed. i
in " Mori, tbo JupHnene Minister to : the
Uuiicd States, according to a Tribuno lot
ter from Jeddo, rexls uu lor grave accusa
tions preferred by his countrymen for his
v management of '.he funds entrusted to hie
euro. It Is Bitiil lhat he Is suppioiously
lpoBe, and bis conduct, toward his goyern-
t iiiout is eharaoteriM'l ft perversa willful.
v, iitcsa. Mori has been granted leavo of ab
snoe.r j ' ' ')
i. V ; ' ' ' coon ispiANa. .'
MV'AsuisaTOK, June 12. Governor Davis
ott Tunas, lek'giaplis ihat he will send
(Miuiuni.il anu ig ireo, win iwo iviowaytne meilioinal virtues which long expert
1'ort tii!lto bo released in ac
. coi(lance wiib the request of Secretary
Delano, but elates that Ihe Itiilians will be
liela iy the milimrv till afierhecan make
nn olln'inl vi.-i't. to YVtiidiington, which will
be in a very fow doys, ,
.1 '' , BBLkASKn. ' "
, The Stafo Department lias advices of Ihe
roleasu of i& ll'trald cn-espond,cnl,rriiie.
- , ' IlBOWSIil). .. .
Woodstock, Juiio 12.--Ttireo'' .pernons
were drowned ycvifrday wb 'u n in;; to
board .the ste.iu.er Andorcr froai a small
boat.: ' ' f
A illlTG DSTHRONSD
' A and Fvatlre Cusa Gosm ! drlel
Jlooamc up like a dwer. One day be
. bloomed scrumpaciously j another day be
withered, and was snnlfod out, and this
ion't altogether a florij metaphor Bfler !!,
lie called ti in-self Bev. Cbarlos Freeman,
and entered Cor&icina, iR brosdaloth,
timiles and sermona. Under the win j of
the Presiding Klder, Hcv. Mr. Davis, he
. wns at once roiiiIj soltlel. Jo':n Wes
; ley wafn't Do-hcre. All ths kingly
orbs of JJctha liatn f a Isd before him like
the stars bafare tho sun.
. Then the "sisters" went for hi in and he
wentfor the 'sihler' and he blew up a
thousand hearts into tea thou.iaod frag
iikuU. Still Bis aplrin soul panted f jr
prandcr fioMs. Ie bought UrRely of horse
tlcsii, with gor-oua promises of early pay
men!. lie boughr biiitgies with cherubic
syllables of "at any lime you call for the
. moncy,-you knovt." He loaned hi'no'f t
brother's' watoh Ihat he might tiot f queeze
too lony a sermon out of 8t. Markf or
hug Solomon too long to his bosoia, or
ween over the lamentations of Jeremiah too
copiously and the 'brother' In the epriiig
like eai'ly-given-like freshness of bis cin
(i.lertiiil na'ui'2 ui'lel i'i-'n in loncin it to
hiuise'if in 'adnefs and pVrhips balleln
jahs. . -
Then the belov- I Ti ler a 1 Jonly missed
his watcHsn l t!:s tlr. Charles Freeman;
' the bills for the tmrse flmh un l I Ve .vehi
cles all full due, afiJ the agoiiiioj owner?
nf the lure fli-b hv the vtl.irles found
that he hud givra :he' sm-iher "due '
it was, alas! an a-dieu. Then all Dallas
rose ope morning and found a
T'R. kivo
in ll-eirrity. Te great Oa' bo! icon ba l
llaiTiv." Tto r:i:iftt-J oould- o made
whole, pfrcr&l ;f tho '"raoi niity' weal
to see hiii "I''hin-l (he reenee." Tl.e rub
it tbe CoTfiu - c'al us a yient tl.dt Dr.
Kirg v) nivr'.r nfdilnlin nf-r'.llting
with t'.a rTiiir:ora iv,ril:e ho'p con
cern f r a ntrii. T:,fa st r.-co esire
tl.e vrinr of h di' inleat.
1 hr "l'r. Kirjr pus di-'rfivrr
r.CT. CiiirK-s Frr 1. H:s!h '
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4ibll!tf-rVhai P flnlwiatsa.
Tt fnllawlnd Ml'r
everal waslta (rn, tiul wn roNUM, vkleH
eeeiinl for the daisy In .!( piiblleal'nn t
TklH.TT Mitl., Afrtl ttfl, 1B7.1.
Nallian F. flalmctia, lb! aiiljeei of lli'a
nolloa, waa bora In Plmpson eonnly, Kan
lucky, A. D, JB52. Hl parenla moved
wllh him io tha Ptala of Missouri, A. I).
lftriP, Mr. 3, M. Balmons again emlgra
leil wltb hla family lo the Stale of Teas!,
and setlled In 1SC7 in Pallia county, near
Trinity Mills, where Nalban grew up lo
manhood, beloved and reapeoted by Ihe
entire community In whloh ha Uvea. The
writer waa well acquainted with bim, and
oan truly say Ihat he was a young man
of promise; he was kind and gentle, and
had many frieoda. Ho' was a good hoy la
bis parent!. ... j
How painful la tha task (o record the
death of one so kind, manly, and beloved
by parents, brother, and sister 'and
friends. He waa attacked, Sunday, Oth
of April, whllo preparing lo ga to Bab-
bath school, with that fell dotroynr of
mankind, cerebro spinal menlnRllls.. Ills
sufferings were beyond description. Doc
tor Kyle and McDowell were In atlead
auoo and did all Ihey could, bat all In
vain. Bo excruciating were Lis sufferings
that four men were employed to keep him
ia bed. Afier Iwo days and. nights the
confiiot wa vr. May w not bopo his
spirit has found a resting plaoe la that
beautiful land of promise, where joy and
peaoe forever dwell? J, M. M.
Tin announcement of W. M. MooH, as a
oaudiJate for Sheriff sf Dalian ootinty,
will be found in this day's Herald, to
which attention is directed. To old oil!
tens of Dallas, Mr. Moon needs no lu I re
duction. He baa been a' resident of Ibis
ounty over twenty-five. years, and is well
and most favorably known to every one;
and In ante-bellum timea filled the ofliee of
deputy Sheriff to the entire satisfaction of
the people. 'Us now presents bis name for
tbe suffrage of hi neighbor, and we feel
no hesitation in saying that, if elected, he
will fill tbe position lo tbe satisfaction of
the people.- . "" ' '
YYiiex you eann'ot see how you ere to
"get along," visit a fow of your sick., or
poorer neighbors, and then come back and
try again. If it does not seem to work
well, repent the prescript on, taking with
you some little delicacy f. comfort,
Which ia the oldest, Mis Antiquity,
aid Aunty Deluvlan, Miss Ann Terior
Mis Ancestor, - Miss Am T. Mundane, or
Miss Ann T. Cedent.
, A obntlsman of "elegant leisure," and
a bachelor at ihat, has been amusing
himself with matrimonial slatistios, and
reports that out of two hundred marriages
published in .New I'.ngland journals last
week, only two of Ihe ladies had old
fnsbioued names such as Mary and Su
Ban, All Ihe others were Mollies, Dollies
Tollies, Libbies, Tibbies, Biddies, lUtlies
Patties, Matties, Iiiisiea and so on. Ho
aaya If he oan hear of some girl with a
familiar "Christian name," he shall
"start fur )er.".. . . . ' ; . ' - ' ;
A bad marriage ia like an electrlo ma
chine ; it makes you dance, and you can't
lot o., '. ;' " ' ,-'. . 1
. All the World's A'Sibb, , .
Add all the people merely players, and
we surmise tb,at a large portion of the
player thereon must b using that justly
popular preparation for Ihe teeth, "Fra
grant Bosodont," from Ibe immense de
mand there is for that most delightful,
convenient ant efficacious beautifier and
preserver of the loth tha world evor pro
duced. '''''' " '' ..',' -;'
8paldlng's Glue, useful In every house.
Tutt'a Mnranpnrllla and Qnocu'a
Di'light.
This valuable preparation ooml iocs all
ence has proven to possess Ihe ibobI safe
and eflloicnt alterative and deobstruenl
properties for the ouie of scrofula, King
evil, white swellings, ulcers, cancerous
and Indolent tumors, mercurial and sy h
liitic affoctions, enlargement and ulccra
l:on of the bones, glands, or of Ihe
womb, spleen, and kidneys; all the vari
ous diseases of the sklM,iucb as (otters,
ringworms, boils, pimplci, sore eyes, elc;
netyous nlTections, dropsy, and all dis
eases originating from a depraved state
of the blrod. Also, many affections pe
culiar to females, aa suppression, irregu
larities, lucorrhoea or .white,, sterility,
. ....... . .l MkAAMtt WliltMJ , tV-..4i 1
purs ly vegetable. ...
When uainu Dr. Tutt'a I(lver Pills, no
restraint ot met or occupation Is licoes
ary. Yu may rat or drink a usual.
They are purnly vegetable.
Dr. Tutt' Hair Dye docs not irjuro the
hair. .
Vuilispnfed Part. .
It ha been truly and etuniJicaotly said
that domestic harrincs ia rnme dependeut
on goo.l Jigejtion than vii-iuo'W creeds or
moral codes. If the. dogma holds, the or
acle can be rontulled, by a prompt appli
cation ta Trice, tho Delphio author of the
(lelobralcd Aromatic Stcmach Ditters.
W herever, within ii,e length and breadih
of the land, Price' Hitter have penetrat
ed, every bonseboldlias been illumined by
Ihe sunshine of an nnclonded joy, and ev
ery family revelled in the swells of health
anu contentment. The sparkling eye, the
ruddy check, the cheerful smile and happy
g'nnoe, ct less than Ibe elastic step and
The nfa!tering tread, what are they but
t ie eloquent telltales or some vitalisinff
elixir? Mo secret liotafiv lohls the charm.
no scientific alchemy creates the spell.
Tho days of miracles are pone; tlie hiuK-,
ni;airrionety wormng; wonders, have pn
ed easy, and tbe are, a plnin, practical
one; pive na a aisiple tonic, that, by a hap
py amalgarr ntion, restores to eneigy and
stnTifMh the enervated astem. Take
'Price' Cclcbratrd Arofriatio Ptomseh
flitters," and you bid an eternal farewell
lo such uuwi'k-ywie guests aa dv!r.fpsU,
indiResiicn, nervousness, nruralcia, flatu-
leticy and di Mltty. ' .
J K5 W. Psicn li Co
Manufas turers and ?ole Proprietors,
Lork Doi IWi, New Qrkana, la.
'old br Irtifisli, Grocers sod Dealers
throa.'-ho'.lt the bou'b.
The tt'rnr mni Trsrof Mti. "
The rar.i. unrlotlrn and nifjrrrimr n( l: hrr
a luiiL-!; to .Jo n lib i irt-r.iiii; It M di-. . ThT
ar In Ti-M t!i .;i:r.-n of tr.any ailmi.n'. anii r!ij.
fcal ill-t ili! ies. NiTV.iirt Tritnip, ilT-f'i-piB, f
fivllnns i)f the li?fr, ijtslnrlmpi-rt of the lioirfls,
be-la V, ttvp-fh.---ii!r:i anil wfci:imT.t ar. nj'i.r
Jlu- d'airr-Bfr-i; frirlfi. t U, flip if.-rr.nf pr-tit
isi J- T' 1tn 1 IT1H wy.iw- j !,.it art c prn-l
viir. him... l.o-lm-- rfpn,!l.p)ttM. T Jmra-Ml ly
Uj:ii'j lru'c. or nt ;f 1 b? kHU'Icti. r p-i
lil-d I T nir.ltlj.l'i nf Mlt-rr.-ii-, i-r U frj
.s y (iv.r atl t 'ir v?rv Vi, alinul t k--p n,i t'e ir
:.-::. in, 'j Hi- .inly p., of a !,o!.--. m Iniiir.
T'.-i'-r-ti f wri tli':B ri 'jm.tr.-if,4 ara .:;a
' J'H ti ln-r m. p-'rit tbi- d -ilti. in 1h;ib
Tf: lllT'.l
Hair bv W Heai
!fraihl wa of Hit aplnln lhal wllh
Ih Ivlesnopa h ! In l!in rsaesrebe
In, lb llaavin which lintnortalllid hi
nam la lb annal of saiewie, h toiild
txnttrai four biindrrd and ninety levari
lime funhor than Hlrlita, aaumad I" he
ao far dlaianl that lb auri linear at hand
ia aotnpariaon. . Wbil ptorttig Willi
that luairunieot, ona bund rail aad alxieeo
thousand star (Iliad by Hi object glaa la
on uuarier of an hour, and thai uhienu
cd an anal of only 16 degree. Ha all
tha world are moving' rapidly in apace
Reckoning front lb limited ten thus in-
ipeoted, lha wool ceieatiat region eouid
be eiamlued giving lima enough lo Hi
enterpriae , and Judging- from a few eec
tlon only wlihia lha acope of assisted
vision, mora than five billions of fined
tar might he reasonably supposed lo be
recognisable, and oould b Been wttn mou
ern improved inatrumenla. Hut , more
ar beyond, vastly beyoud, and. we are
hoping and txpeotinc Ihat, when Mr.
Clark, lb self-made astronomer, of Cam.
bridge, Massachusetts, the most progres
sive telesoope manufacturer now known
to dentists, ha completed his great work,
far mora Bloating discover iea will be
made In the firmament. Surely the mech-
aniaraof the Heaven demonstrates Ibe
existence of an Intelligent first Cause,
binoe such magnifioent displays of unnuui
bered worlds could, not have originated
themselves. Uod surely reigns aud Ui-
reota. Scienliho American.
He l-radclh Me.
Tb patter of little fevt oa my ofTioe
floor, and a glaa voice exotuiiuiug, . -"Papa,
I'se com to 'scort you borne I"
made known to me in preaeuco oi my
little aix-year-old darling, who often came
at that bour to "take me home, . as sue
said. Soon we were going band iu band
on the homeward way. . . .
"Now, papa, let' play I waa a poor little
blind girl, and you must let me hold your
hand tight, and you lead me along, aud
tell me whore loetop and bow to. go.
Bo Ihe merry blue pyea were shut light,
aud we began. Now step up, new step
down, here we go round tb corner, and bo
on till 'we weie safely arrived at- home.
and tho darling was pestling io my arms,
saying, "Wasn't it nioe, papa? 1 never
uei'iieil onoe I" ' " -.
"Bat," aald mamma, "didn't" you, foel
afraid you would fall, dear
With a look of trusting love came the
answer: "O no, mamma I 1 had tight hold
of papa s hand, and I knew he would take
me anfely over all the hard places.".
0 lhal we might with just this loving
trust clasp tbe heavenly tin hers baud.
and go down the Bleep paths, tound the
sharp comers, and over all the 'rough
pmces of this troublesome, changeful life,
never letting' go, and never open our eyes
lo wonder or doubt as te 111 way, know-
lug that it will at last bring us, when the
weary walk is doue, to rost ia bis loving
arms lor evermore. -
Tnc HwtALD job office ts the most oou
plcte estabjitlimeiU of it kind in Texas '
Caod VKvllngm.
We know a blunt . old fellow jfIio some-
times hit llienail on tbe bend more aptly
than philosophers. He ones heard a man
praissd for 'good feelings."' Everybody
joined and eqid the wan was possessed of
excellent roeqngs. i
"What has he done?" asked the eld
genius. . , ;
"He is possessed of the most benevolent
feelings," wasUhe reply, ;:.! r.
"What has hi done I" cried the old fel
low again. " v 1 '
By this timt tbe company thoitgbi it
uecesnry to show some of his favorite do
ing. They begun lo cast about in their
mind, but the eld man still Bbouted, "What
has be done?" I They, owned they oould
not name anything in parlionlur. 1
' Yes,'' answenid Ibe cynio, "you Bay
that be is a manybat ha good feelings.
Now, gentlemen, let me tell you that there
are people in this world who. get a go ii
name simply on ac ouut of their feelings,.
Vou oan'l tell mo oi generous notion they
ever performed Ir their lives; but they
can look and talk nost benevolently.
I knew a uiau lu. this, town that yon
would all call a snrly. roucb. and unomiu-
bla man, yet he l(as done more acts of
kindness m this county than all of you
put together. Viu way judge people'
aoiions by their fejlingB, but I judge pco
ple'a feelings by tkeir uctious.
Tho I'tnce I.nw. .
Hand, of the Ollveston News, writing
from Austin, gives
the following rigurdiug
Ibe above Ian:
Kunwiuit Ibe fntirest taken in the fence
law lately passed, have looked ovor il.
It is very long to , long for publication;
besides, its priuoipil features may be thus
stated: It provid i that upon applica
tion of fifty voteti, freeholders of tho
counly, lo tbe mag urate residing at the
coud ty teat, a vote may be taken; and if
tho law be adopljd by a three-fifths
vole, then il shall be of effect compelling
all parlies to keep bots, sheep and goats
under herd, or keep ih in up; and provid
ing that any fence In stub county built
five feet hili with r il or plank, eighieou
inches a parr, elmll b a lawlui fence, and
!hWTI.-of t.lUl- t..,..l.- il. lt
B liable for dnthage kndflie'etock Held to
pay damage, unless Mlrascd. I bear that
very many counties Itive accepted its pro
viHions; in fact oae-half of the counties in
the State, or more. 1
t r -l i 'i - .
' The Frmulr ITaauin Tor Oreat "
'That ololhes, clollien, end nothing but
clothes, should ahsorb ihe greater portion
of ihe feminine world M the present lime,
most be evident to all. it'we pass a
groupeof ladies on the sliver, in any city
or town wllhin knowledge, cine times out
of ten we shall caloha Himark ubout Iboir
dress, past, present or prospeotive; on
evory fair day they tbrorg the dry gouts
stores, aud slaud ia 'mute, i.dimring
crowds : before windows wbore the last
fashions are gorgeously di. played;' and
when- they return they are met by a
breathless eirol.t of friend), eager to l.eay
if there ia yet rny new concerning the
coming shape lor spring bo'.ueis
No sooner are two ladfys introduced,
than each sweeps th'e olhel! fro in, head lo
fool wijh a glauce as scriiiiniiiug as if
hewas taking aa inventory of he' he-
longtngs for nn auction cauini'ie; no ona
turns her back on smiling fneti Is, but they
instanily pause to scan her in silence while
she vauishes slowly in perspective ; no
eon venation te eo nbwbin t U- 1 -
jiale Itarticipants do not iiuprove every
diversion bMwcen eager rhapatdif-s or
earnest arcumettt to ascertain whether
thrir neighbor's collar ia real or liituiita
ticn, and iter bonnet' homemade or Paris
laa. Jn short, ail the interests c.f tlnir
lives, all their trlnls and perplrxil ies,
citti'ttr ft'jout the iiuroorui qiifsticu,
"tVhat shall I wear?' wiiose anaarcr
must be decidtid ttpoa at letit twine eich
day. Woman in merican Society.
A InrrMtioA.
We f"; jut perfected!, invcnlion
wliit-'h v iil jnolahlj relieve us to the fu
ture from LiBcutiqn of lifeinsurarice
r.gcata mod ook canfftssers. Il ;r id ibe
itritureof a rat?nt couit infiiion rf tlex-mc
iuo door ecruipr. We fusieo ituovn ty 1
tLc hit0( tbe lore! icp ia .rout of out
bfusf( &t.d WH!t until n n-t. k ciiivaiipr
c."vc tir.r.jr, wliic:i oue u ColeraMy ccrism
to (!3 FiiLiu hficfn or tTPtity biitml. !
wl.ilo lie think up notn rtw nud Tig.ir
o:.s csr L'ti ai ton ii li w It icb ti iiu ;hc df j
uf. A fcis foot louche ihe iron, two
cunmps fiy over 1 i? tmti j anJ fccJ him ;
fgi, a s;pel ciw ruA cuy n f t nr ttii
r-cs an.l pr.' B t is tromrT, a irf.p f.ts I
ipn in tin j Tn-!tn., nni i!-e!Cti'n i "
hnK'f! in n o.iar, taKpre ve I.r an ;
inini ' nip (; i - . tCtniE" 1 u nif-lioaf
l:iyMt:ti fi.it l.'.m out ih b rrfiy
tji1 or s !.-i(',lr. V a!: vt
n a : v ' y 'La r-f. r.i-.i-. :i i h "
a - a f f- a ' 1 hv an 'srft?t eu t ' -"
,h 'u . h u ' r -il e" ri"ti TP-.'?. I . "
.:- ;,"t ? v . c! we .-.'-.' I t- r i.or '
1 - J r,f ( . rj.l n V"'i M--'ll ft. 'fC
' u ' I - - ! :i'i! ;; ..(
frawtfiaeh f rMki
" Tirf rmei, JitMll, 117d. '
Ta Id Mtf'Vaf tl,NM IffrtM.' M-
WliH III Itr.hplf' ft 1r tbrin"
art highly dsllghtatl with lha hftlllanl
prnpct bfr 'lliert, ami titf. dally en
(crlalnetl by lh ; Jnaittratlha iaf 'scms
new nlrprls',' w' who IU In th vi
cinity of Duck rWl,' 6caronally hav,
a ''fi'saf of good llilnga" lo oheer our path
wavl and make life tileaur. not a
i.!ln.' -"''..'
' We have In llil eomraiiolty a (lcurlahlng
Sabbath aohool known aa the 'Puck Creek
Union Babbalh BcbooV which la conduct
ed at the new MelhortiBt hurch. i -On
last Sunday pursuant lo an lavlta
tlon lo addres our school, Captain John
C. MoCoyof your oity, was. I atlendnno
"with a multllude of Sabbath school ohll-
dren and arespeotable numborof speotn
lors to listen to his romurk. , .' ,
, As Ihero wa ' preaching' Immediately
after tha school adjourned, It ws nig
gesled Ihat Captain Motoy ihould meet
the school at.S o'olook P. x.
irromplly at Ibe hour, !th"tahurch was
full of anxious )l(ener,,whoee high an
ticipation war not disappointed,,
Captain McCoy spoke about an hour in
a anal animated end eloquent strain,
making a ranaterly defence pf (he Babbatb
school, and Ibe manner of his audience
for one lung ' hour Indloated' It ap-
iireolaMon of bl remark. .Tha Cap
tain urged Iba ' propriety i of'. 1! Bun
day sohoole ' atoplinif ithw American 'ae
rie nf in'ler'nnlUnal lessons, as th. best
mean of educating lb whole country in
the principles of tbe Bible, and discarding
these peculiar doga-as b hurtful lo the
world. . In conclusion, 'wa will say that we
hav an excellent school,, consisting , of
one hundred add fifty' members, fifteen
olafses and a corps of officers and tenchors
who know their, duty,, aud, havtU
moral aourage to perforot it.' " "'s D, C; :
. , daiiaspriCes ctjeeent.J 1
OroeerlM. Prwvlalona, Etc , -s
, Jttl0rtcdfor the Herald bj Blook, Jett Ce
AddIfi. dried... "9
, Prime..;.;..'.,.. ?70
' Golden syrup 80 Sfl
UaoketvWv'.-: J '
No. l.hfbbUlOOO
Noi BOO
Freeh per dm 4 60
Mine meatdoz 6 60
Oysters " ' " ' i
. .1 Hyper dox. 1 49
'2 lbs 2 60
Potatoes py bn 1 60
Porter' per -del 2 10
Raisin per box 4 00
lllco per lb..i.;, ' 9
.Sordines prcan 23
8ftlt,pqrsk,.,. 35
Salmon per dox 4 CO
Soda per lb.....;-' -9
Soap, olive.;.... 8
Snult . per dx4 I'J
Starch . por lb... . 9
Sboublers par lb - 10
Sugar 1
Fair bbl per lb 10
- Prime . 11 -Choioe
...... i.-V'1
, Centrifugal., ! Id
Coffee A .. 14
." Powdered.. lo
One lied........ 16
Tobaeeo 45loiflHf8"i
Axlefreaac,3os.2;00
Almonds, pr.-lb. !25
Bean,nvy,bbl.l6 60
Butter.
Choice Wsl'n.fiv) 85
' ; Goshen ...i.. 45
Bscon
Clearl sidee,., 12 J
. Iireakfast...... , 15
. Hams, cant... ' 10
Candy '- ' '- '- '.
Stick......,....17 19
Fanoy.........25 80
Rock s...... 26
- tjum drops..-, :30
Cndlos. 22
Cheese '' IK
Cherrlea,brandy 4 60
Coffee 19 22
Coa'l oil, per case 6 25
CraekergSoda',;."" 9
Flour,Tcxas8604 00
Grits,per bbl....l0 00
Hominy per bbl 10 00
Herrings pr box 76
indigo per lb 1 .76
Lard ' '
Tierce per )b 12
'. .Kga.M -18
Lemon sugar... to
I.etBon eyr. 4 f0 5 00
Tea 75ii.:-.j.'..'.in-l S
ConoentratedTye 8 76
Vinegar gal bbl 40
Whitkv 1 00 to ,2 fin
Wheal l-.tJO-lo J 2d
l,oad per lb...... 1-4
Matches pr grs 8 00
Molosae , ';
';. Fai.r.per gal. 05,
Cortf..,.......:.:i.."60
Bonurted tbrlha HeraM by W. O. Unnnall Jt llro
pRinTs. Merrimao W.lUo; Uloucvaier
10e; Graiilte, lOoj, Pooa9sct,lUc; Eiisox,.10o
Cliuinn, JOo; llcrkshlre,. -lOo; Aveont,. 10a
SiihpBoa'B MpurmnglOc; Cayiidjtta Sol
nls, lUo; Amoskeag, lUo; hteriing, lue,
Montville, 9c; Columbiaua,8o; Wameutla
? ' ''.'.
liLKACU LOTTOK. IU-4 WWCMS, 010
Nuuadnock, 40c; Pequot, 65o.
4-4 Ulbauiikd CuTro.ts, -4 Keverc,
ISJc;" do. Maaconomev, lie; do; l)oottS,I4c;
do. lioolt E, 1 3 So; do. Moccusaelt, lUc;
7-8 Fruit of the Loom, 17ic; do.Amoskeag,
Idle: do. tiomeraeit, Im: do. utica, lido;
do. Boo 11 It, 11 Jo: Harmony, Co.
4-4 llriowR t;orTot ew Maraet, i ct
Houston City. Mills, 13; Agawam, 18; Mil
lers' Itiver, 121; Uaugor, lif; Abbott, lli;
Suffolk, 11 J; Ceutral Mills, Dj; Ftanoouiu,
9.
8-48, 7-48 Drown Cottons "Empire, 7c;
llaBsaohuset's P, !Hc: Bedford' R', 10c;
Coiieatoga, 11 Jo; Houston City Mills, I) Jo
Drown ItniLt.s Uranitevilie, Heavy,
14Jc; Plyniotb liock, loe.
Hkavv urown Duck bitpet lardo,
Howard do, 93Jc Clnrondotl do,. 22Jo. ' ';
litcKORT -Msipas niccuanics, ltjo;
Sheridan, 141c; Rock River, ISc ii -till on,
1t-t,- IVt.tH... I -r. f-l . ..Il I . .
fl, i . . i - - i ir-
hoavy,2IJo:, ' '. . 1 ' -, ;. .'
Hkavy CoTTottADKS, from 13I'c' to 39c.
Kentucky jeans, 12 Jo to45o. Heavy brown
linen diills, 26o to 83c- (llotton plaids and
stripes, U)So to 22 l-6o. Ticking, 12Jd to
8n. Uinifliams, 11 Jo to 2Uc. Lawns
and oi auiliei" 121q ta 2'ijjH. - !. (
. a -
ISonlS Hlltl &lhia.
Women' kip pegced shoes, $0 lo 618;
mi"cB' do, Sfti to $lff. Ladies' serge ehoej
$l;'i lit JUtj uiifufs' do, Ij'U' lo ?l8. Ladies'
id tcwL i,$l8 to if 26 ; uiitBiV do, Jilo lo
24. Ladies' calf sewed, 15 to $10;
miatrs' do, $12 to $24. Men's heavy' kip
fton a, $37 io $1.8; do calf, $'M to $72. ' 1
V7hoJcsaIe d. Hctnil ,
Slap.c and Fancy Croccrks,
PROVISIONS TOHACCO, CIGARS,
Vul Pure
wmns & liquohs
OF AIT. JTIXDS,
Mroct,
' DALLAS, TEXASy
2lghwit Cab prir for eonrlry pri.4-i!, '
ThcTl- fh dtlfntlnn iTft-Tinl.Hc to llif"'Vw
(nif rx.'i.ir'i-'-loti - irt:t-t. to thm i"a-r,
Slv-rrvr, Ai;i''W k .. 'fliiv n'ttKMim thutr
afc.tn.T f.-r hii.Him tWttuiil c.Ii-a.ra VMUte.
TMKNT.
KTr!f'of At frit vifi
( I t SI L i v l(i-r"-'i" iir-'j't f r Uie !
our iu. V Wi'-.ii.I '-nfiillT i.-i-t-nimrTnl ptrlM-p t
pur Un tilrr I lr- ui Tl.-.m, :l.-i i t.-r '' -t. nit fittj.
t. -n-Vf.lv t'.lfjiiial tv.r-nrf, IomU.
fit ti , r.h
crrYiUiNK.ofpAiXAS
.7 f ' ' ." " ' -
T c" J(ftIArj.T:', rjirrocTfl,' :
W.-B, HUGHES. C. C. BLADGIITER
.'ThN Inaflltillon, ehsrlerad hy tl.a T,eBl'Ufirnof
til Htal. of Ti-V. Will I mn--nr. i.rfri""-n nmr
l.t. 1C7S, entt will do a unu rnl niik lug, Kvj -tuttii.
and fWllfctlen lliinfn-H. WIU iltarcntiit S'at -lnh
iiarsr at ninooal ! raleil i-i-i.i. di-ii'lt ftiljirl
lif-tiMk a I ilitlir. md Imiiim I'll In o' cxt lirtliiain tin
rrineliial eltle of thr tlnil'd Slt., III tall iiiri
tail, tn all lha It-ailitiif elllm of Kiirniia. rtwi'lnl
allentlnn trlffn lo liiKtiII'tliiii tnf itntep, diafti,
elrl, tt'rtitiitliiittt lha flat and i-l-r mIiit., TIi
tinalnna ot l!dt, Mortlnlita and t an iltarl tirt.ra
oualUal. ... , . . ,.
Correspondents. .
'.National Tark Tlmta. Kew York. Ttnatmen'a
Havltia" ItiHtlt'il., HI. t.ctitn. , I'.rktnv, f ennn A
On. KfW I'll Hall llntclilin Oo , filMton.
T.,a. Vln.t Nnlliinnl Hank, -f-'alvert'. T.a.
Jllrrt Kntluiinl Patik, Henalvn, Tea. 0. K. Jobna
Co., Atulta, Ttxai, iiuuiouua wi.no, au.ui..
Toxaa. r , .. , r.
lean from O A.M. to 8 P. W.
Kansas City Ad verlbtMitf ills.
K. D.iliuiur. IC..Wi,uttlaon.,- r A.O. Kn'
KI'NTEE, PATTISON & ETANS.
" ' ConinilsHiou Merolianu lrth h lo of ' f
LivoStooK,
KaiuM Stuck Yardi, Kaouu City, MIsHourl, ;
I-?i rne,n nco. Wllion, Oa-it.-wt, UK; Yitni Ni
ttutial Bunk. Kniiiaa Oliy. Ht.; il MHita.n II ttik
I, W. rowern x '-.. l5.tnk(rH. Siline, khuoh; jf rjr;
Wrnr A Klly Vuiun Atock Yrt,U, Cliiraso,
W.T.KEENAN&CO., !
I'onjciissiou n . .Merchant.
- For the uloof '
LIVESTOCK, ,
Union Siook Yards, (Jhioigd, Ul, r
Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo.
... Union Stuck Vfirds, Kunpaa City, Mo.
Qeo. B. Rar, Pftlcxmin. RRnHM Olty, Mitnuiiri;
il. Hnrr. HiitoHmrtn, Htock Yiinlf, Mt. Lull is, Mimonri;
W.'Tj KuiU mid Jauij llflgli,8Umun, OUlcajo.
a a. wi'jui, Tt'xui..
-1. V. BahtlE, Jllinulti
''....;:.- .1 I i-'M ' ,
Si' KEKIILV
" LIVE STOCK! :
.-';-. . v. r
Commission ;. merchants,
1 " CUI0Aa0,8T. LOilS ' " '.' ,"
' - - - -. -' ' '". '' i 4
And Bnasats Cltyt T
'.' ?. ! 1 ; ' .'.-
ftVAH btlilnma tlntitttictttd at tho Kanri Stnek
raids, lianms City, 3lif, D U-14:tf.
1VZOXS WAl'H BUSS
co'o'Kiw'ch'
STOVE
' ' BUY NON'ISJfUT
THKY AKR TnR MOST DViUKLK,
TilK LKA8T !0MI'MCiTr;!), J .
HAVK GUR.VTKU F At!
CONSUME LEAST 1 1 tL,
Will BAKE, COOK, 1IOAHT AND 1HHT. j
QUICKER AND MORH UVEN
, 'iliun an; oilier Siuve tultj. j
,, Flpromlmn t tlm Ht Kjitr.lWMt,
' ; Vintt iirfmium Ht tllti 8t, l.oule Kulr, l-T. ''
tii.ld uiutlnl at Utnhinw HUUt Fair, .
'" Flisc m njum nt tliw t. Limia ni-, JHiiH. ,
Kirnt pniniliiiu il the M ?iiiihia F.ilr, 1 .!.
- Biua ril.h'n at (tin Sr.. Lou I Vnit, lhi.
: Flint jiremHtn rtt tb Mtii'lii F.ir, 70. i
First premiuni at thoToan flint. Fair, 1871.
First pr miu -i at Oforafia iiiie F-.tr, 1871. '
Andaviir) Fair, almost without ixwjitiun, wliro
put on trial. . w .
Iho' Grainiest . Victory achiey
'.- Euck'a "Brilliant," r)
At tJi LftuihliM-t Htftti YMrt In lS7f. tn re thf
Hi-illfiint" WiiK flM'.u-tI'l tlm lluld Mctlt-t, utter ac
tual trial, liaftina: br.-Hii with tbe ii'htirt?r i)ak aut
tflU Otll'ir C'KfaltMC; UtoTv!. '
' ONE VIOTOltlOUS OVKIt HLEVKX.
. wa-i. .1
i ' ' . , . -. ' MAKDrAcri-uiRif,
720 A .22 North Main St., St. louls, Ho.
. XatatHHiiii ami prica lift furiii!tl on apiilIrathiD.
Have opened- the Largest and Mos
Varied Stock of '
;i)BUGS, MEDICINES,
ratvnt aipaicIacA. TnlutaS, Oils, Toilet
Articles, Lansps,
GTATIOrTAIiT, ETC,.
t.-iX hronplit to t1,! .rtlf-n .tfT'-xiui, iirift pci fir-ifi-nittifd
tn ll Rf tli o tlmr. W.. fl.k ihitir
lirinK a.rtt"i ''mi.-rr nun wlfli Nhw Or
Iffitta nuA Gnlv(Ht.i pliff). !alrnl:if frrful t, lrT
v, li(tfttn.,li(ilt m". ''ri'-ik (;. infttirxitf unit otii
r fXinittf, t''cttnar wHh lfttr,Ht I"" f time ip
nnli-ritifc trom a flHTalirc, va v iii iik inry tin
iintroim.. Vvxlt-nl vith hfn)tft tir-ijclji DottH)
(Till nfliTV"!! tionp iHll Itrt. l.-fl ff.m.Tt: lrflMa-r Wt
will ji'V j-i.ii 'I'rat Wf-iiiM nd ?lennr-m.
(jiir rrccrriiili'tu I-:-nr t rrr tit is 'Rinlle .ml
uri-liT t.--einervwtvtt .if J"n. Y- t-ie usacailo
' H. C. JiU.KINS & CO. .
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Ink fWfic' 8,U J -TraAWKK'S
Ar etrvri 1 com-tf rf-f'i A. l)l-1cir,fl d'n
u i a t h ;i'1J'ir to w-)l th. rj"nlTtMts tn nnjfco
t-'i'Kti-i irT"iti. Tlr (aiili;rin Imr rftttiit of Job
llrttit-- rii lie S nckar. AU o.lt.r r- it '., w
imttii'trui". Th" (."tmii.r j ill fr" mniilin it, U
n'T nf tti) tln.au .klff'tl mrd ti-i-t'-rtM-it('-jv. tn
in' )) tht f fcilf t tti.ai i;nt inn ia f nl t-t. 1 hy
t!n I'll" i nil PV e nfl" i!tf rnra N f n ; ;rt"i .ti tl
Ih- tn !! w ii-''i r"' -l' rrtia iiit' if i'ii i' nir !.
I''. 1 ti II r.i"' a' n'r-'1' Pi.' f-i'hi-a: n'l'-ci '.Hi",
r:tit.M til' Kn'fc IT il?liri., ft1r-.f nil llljl.t I i".
i i iii . on! :ti Ti'.ii f tl. , ti :rii-i ttml vtr t.ft.
r'l'fViM ! -ft rurr tt.'h 't ffti't . 'hm
f.iil I. nr.J t- ! Iiit'. 'l -' ; ("1, f ').! til, 11 :tlil:ij;
l.ili it l.i 1 ( tit d'-l il f- ii t - t n it-;..
t ir til;.r tP I'' ..-i;5. (aa-Hftitll h l J-'i 'n U ftfom al
Ml.-- u
TN"
I'
!-1 it t-"
ftraa ntiri,
f tl c-,n.-,
N - V-'-t.,
t V' n M l
f , fl. eM, frm,'
io'-.1'.-.-.-,:-!C'Jv rfri!K?'lijr
'.x : si rtn
fj l; !3L:::i rf ft. -felt
farilea la makltig aarehaae la) at f.aU,
Will an Wf II l en lltla ol a ref.rmee, aa
that HtH Ihe leaillai bnNi la their varies
llnraal inin.
CURTIS & MASON,
lF.UnniTU.RE)
211 U 815 WASnilTOTOlT AVE1IT7E,"
HILL FURNISHING.
-Sonl Rr Prrct Utt and Catalugua. "Ml
PIT 10 NORTH ftKMIND BTRKKT l
-
' OK ALL S1ZKS. 1
1FA1RBANKS&C01
OWE ITS, LANS & DYEE
AOIIIITE CO.)
Mv. T17 Nurlh Hroa4 Slraal,
iMiimibcrorert of ENOINICS, SAW MILLS 1
WOOD ta I It It -V W'OKHlVll TOOI.ft.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS,
Kil.tilL.il. 1b lua.
. BRNCH,.CnoOKIi3 A CO.,
liHUM,, HI U 1n 81., (0 (!,roiidll m.,'
lOilKHflo.. .-HT.i.UUia. SCK1V CIR1.RAK81
111SA It I) DUO,,
Muulattirr f tlm
Exq.l.lor, I nafl 5AKIUCI3
V
U Vault Scots,
PROOF
BT. I0UIS.
MARBLE & GRANITE
ar.iyns and h.ad::;:;e.
IL k 6. WILSOX, 90S Market St.
LDettltnu i-nd Prices furnished on .tplicatloti.l
"Whuleiale an Retoll Dealer In
lliookins Classes,)
lOIIi FAQ7II173S, CZSSUQS, Flctar Tnmtt. act
4117 NttKTII FIFTH STREKT,
ST.1, LOXTIS
i TYPE .FOUNDRY)
And PAPER WAREHOUSE.
i Wm. Brioht, Sefy. i US k 11T P1XB T
JOU.V II. tiasimos & CO.
. ..WHO LKMA1.K -
IILLINERY-GOODS,)
V41Wl(;ci-, Altcnlioo given to Orders. 1EoA
t Mil NIIKTII bVIIUIITII HliHtiHT.
III, - II. LKWIS Sc .,
.School hi:ni Church Seats,1
MAA UFlUTIIKIHn UV
- 904 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
i SEND yOU. PK.IOE IiIST.
in., m. 'j iiomtsox & co.,
lOUEENSWARE)
ISTtlNK VV'A itH FlPKSt.riU tltr. for Bnw-m, Ilult
rofcvi liuWartfl, urtviua, ew. uuc, jgo r. wn tar.
Establl8hed jRaf YEARS
XJoaes' Com'l & Tolcgrapli CollegoV
FtFTfl AND OT.IVK flTRKKTH. RT. 1.0UIS.
trculair'a (ricrmnti A t.uslUli)i.d ticiiucii r I'cnA
n jIi In iitnilnil KllKli. Wild- fur out). Ho Vat'ATlow .1
lJW.NATIIAN J()NKt, Pr-j-iMul.
Jiii w. .intl?..ix. ainniginr rrinryi.i.
WATKItN, TOO
Im-iortcn 6nd Jc
Ribbons, Silks
And STRAW OOODS
Keep tha lar.tut Stock ar
PATSKT LEGS k AES.
SatiafactMti f oarantwd ,
Til Auatonilpil ,r it ntrnnMd tbr 6
- ftiatiomu uu rniM ut wut irM.
LEWIS LOI KWOOD.
-9 CatEp 3t. y.O.; Ptav.qt...Bt. Locii. JId.I
tThe finest anil U-it maJe. ScuJ fur Prlc: Liat.i
Cor; Hlxrtli Sfc Pino Htn.
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S .
Tir Pirttj sad Strasstl li tumulol.
IN.. 11T North Cth St., fT. lAVl HOt
JOS. II IClt alts CO.,
tSASH, DOORS, BLINDS,)
i "aoa uiazrn inuowa,
Po. COt Until Sonata St., CT. KO. .
lonixiia u. . r . a. r. m. k. a r. r. r. i.pi. t
FISHING SEIffgy NETS
II IS IJ IX. TACKLE.
C. & W. M'CLEAN,
-Vo. O South Main Btrtwt '
E. A, ANTHONY A. CO.,
XCOIVITKOXIOISEKSA ;
A.. WHOtVALK HlltM
Ktts, TrnlU, Caaaoi twdt, aal HmrortJ, V
yWNir ftr Jriet LUt. lit Hmlh 7 at.
CANCER.
... i ... .
A CTJRK ASSDRrO IR KO CtlAItCr,
(wlttimit. ttis me of Ihe knlre.) (Mllcc. !u lirsl
llilt Strict, nr Hil.lrrsi (iKO BKNNK1T, il L.,
1. O. Box. !H07, St. Lnuia.
Twont7.Years' Practioa la Tcnnosces
Jnatlflca me In aavlmr tnf vaetiihla ppliMt1lnn
mmotrall dti4eu9ifl pnrta, whloli. In wirjunciion
Wllh my Inrrtinl Iti'mtlira. ireea th.i avalcm frnm
sUCANOKROm mint, thnvby rflrrtlh(rat.rrma
nent euro of Ciinpcr. I nlttn rnri l'it,. I''intul,
Rcroftila, nti'l p!1 i-hronli. .kin rtiscn.oa A0
Uitna J. O. JANUARY, 7H7 Ollv HI ... SI . I.imiI
4 ' CAftRY THE NEW S!"
AIT RAIL
-' ' To ' .- '""'-
St. SLa'o-mi'js
. - i' ' AXD ALL P0ISI3 i ' '
NOllTII AND EAST
HOl'STOX & TEXAS CEXTBAL, '
TURHUtJII TRAINS OF
r a lac rj siizriifra CAr.s
AXt KKW AND
,ELEGAXT DAY C0ACHE3,
Tnt'v nlrr'l with rATKKT AH) URAKEH and
cAt'Vik' rLA I i'OUW. buv ruM Imu
DENIS ON
l')
T-.IjOTJIO
WrriiotT ciianok
r A V R A I 0V, Tiri wr((l trnyo itiT'-fcir, nti'l
Afi-''n."i'!:,,i' i' n i-tt lnt)rl rriiii ij.stl juiinl
ittlKi il .Hid l.A.ri', lt:;i. .ii.) Hhr iuiv.
If.
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V
Til 11 t" K 11 TK'Jt LTS
T!.!s New rfi:1 I!tira!.:i' Yr.iHc
f.ir 't
l.'i.N?ci.-'t'r, fi:i:"MA:r,
I'.M.l V."', I !!'. ITANA, WACO,
r.rtvAv, nrusxr, ii'.Mi't'vr T. a; ;,-
TIN", I. -l" .-V. A GAL-Vi.-7'S.
to TiiE
SANGER
REDUCTION ! , REDUCTION 1 REDUCTIONS
To met Ilia rqnlrinliot Ilia prrxtit Kninrlat
vlacua.iniieraul uryUiMiua, Liutuiug, ata., la uiu uarpnrtiiMM .ung.i mrmw mm;, t
-. . - ... : ''' ' !. .''- 1 (l-'-.r.-.
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We will sell from this date on; " -
MERINOS, REPS, EMPRESS J310TII, JAPA
ESE SILKS, IRISH POUNESB, PL AIDS.
.v'v'';". ALPACAS, LUSTRE, SILKS, DE-
''. ; LAINS, SATTEEifS, ETC.,'-'.' :y"'T
From 15 to 20 per cent, less than heretofore !, ,
- . '"' OUR ENTIRE NEW LINE OF ' ' ' "
H O L ID A Y PRE S E NT S,-
' ' ; ;; ' ;; '; - ' CONSISTING' OF', . ;; .
.Sliairl), Ladies' Companions, Lace Collars fc Seln,
. LADIES' SCARFS, EAR-RINGS,
CombSj' Chatalain Chains, Bracelets and!
. BREAS1TINS, & JETT,
itunrli,r toanvthlnff avnr exhibited In tho fltate.
boiuK ' fur ail.ancnl. Wo am ilrlnrmlni-il tn aall,
iimiiu fur tiiir Koriii! ttliick. Wa would alao Ball
.'....:;::,.:-' ,..',,..,.,'""
Hats, and Gent's Furnislimg Goods,; Talniir Oyer-Coat.
Chinchilla and Beaver; ' " ' '
.''..;"."'' .'" ' ' - - i.'if' ,L .'-' ---- --. i"
':. '." -.:':. , : I , . 1 ; .i
Copca nnd Ovcr-Contfl of best material, mrtdo up in tho latest stylet,
Fino White Vests, Cttttaway stylo j White Silk Bows and Ties, suitahl .
for balls und parties ; Gouuino silk Velvet Vests ; Gennino Ghevit
Shirts, Whito Shield Bosom Shirts, etc, which ara offered at reduce
rates.'-
:- Vorri stock
And too largo for tlie present advanced season, . W enumerate but
few of our bargains, and invite an .onrly inspection, as wo prefer thi
our numerous iriends and cuttomers suould judgo lor tnomsolvon,
'. SANGER BROS.;
Dallas, Corsicana, Calvert, Bryan and New Yorl .
Deceinber 21, 1872-15:)f . - , ; ., - .-. ,-
JOHN S.
- .' ,-'-( -4 '".
i.ll. .-Ill t. ..T . I. .','. ,. I -
STUD EBAKER WA
. ;J. Cor. Elm and market gf, .,;.: i.'.'..,..,
; DAliIiA . - -: '.-;''- --'- "TBXAa.
'.' ,, ".' "' ' '': ; : ''".'' V: ;--'- : : r.vJ ;-;'
n in v..nVnil'antlv nnlmnd a l.rrrix-kff
J I
....I 1 i ii A ! A JtlfO mirrit,oo a coco a.fllIllclll m "m" ' -" v
till 111 11 y; , ... ... ...dliia and Li-.L cib cl k au u to lb. narkol. i
liuu III MMl-lfr mi . wuinrii"'" -
n nl Mt.iM'.fcrr Dtoa'
. Au.utat, lS72 0:lr.
. GEORQK WOODS & COMPANY'S
PjiRLOJi ANI) VES TE F ORGANS
.' '..l-.ai aj-t tonM Innlru-
tluo UrallltUU 0 ol.oiiiu..v
" '' FTJRITTOF TONE,
Yaricl) or Bcaullfnl Effects;
.- . AltO .' -'
' POWER AND DURABILITY !
COVE. SEE. AXV HEAR T1IEM
. t..ii a.f .... Orcnttivl B.t 4Mr offi(a
whew w will i Kind to liow tlivu to rniy wbo um.
choose to cttll.
IIIu.ttrti"dI'rlv Liti wTTl wnirnlffccdon appn
ALFRED FREEMAN,
10; tf- ' A rent, Da Dm, Texas
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDT
DKI.AMARRF'fl WPJECIFIO
Prr.ar(Kl Ir J. GAUAN'' IKRK.
No. 214 Htw Loratninl. Pitri.
Tln ..Iiii an hieitl rnm moinWd hj th m-
i f n-IIfKl lncnM.v; of Kmiarv? m th mr? t rcm
1y (it nil o!M of -pfirmmnrrliMBV or mlnJ mk-
BM, VmK fplOC, 0"J-till in H" Mftliw, ntil - aar-
Inliiy; nl :l th el-A'lf tnI nf flt-eti riiilt
frnm w.hn n4 r-t h!'fl. Tby tur wlien fell
ihr rnniMiiBn mI bn ton ut with ntni
UlitiR fHf-'V 1'V th lf'li'tBi Fr-H'-h p!iju-tt.!.
ihirlux lw-iv yrr. mphl(i uf mi
tu in mrh r .i.'T wilt -ftt fr tw ny lr.
fr!'' ti per lox. Hnt ly ninil, irniTli il-I
fn-Hi m'I .tirrtf t.an, nn r--fipt T in-m hr mnw M
rtt". nf-nt. tKrmr (J M-t-P. IX dottUn-H U,
K.w V'Tt.. i'-nritt An-ni iftr Anwiir.
j r."(;Euj;Gr., "
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST,
MA N U FACT C UEPaS' AC EN T,
mil -f;c.:.M-ssc).Drai
I' ill cut Medicines, and
Tc!!ct irlUlf",
U I!-., 1!7 .1 11 li.-i.ti.t Ftavet,
Jiousn by.'
BROTHERS,
crlria, rxlaaalva rariwtlra I awry a'.pariinaat to at
TUETLET SnELL, ETC.,
wlitrh wa are nlfcrlnie at Naw York coat, tha au
ItKOA ttDI,KS O. COHT, Hir the puria or miikn. J
ottantlun ta aur tiraut Kaduotioa ta all kind, of '
" '''',' ''; .'-'"it'' .." ' -
is liARGrja,.',' :'"".''' i
I
WITWEH.
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GONS AND B UGGIES
Vntm Fil-rwanril Hprili. Wnn. both Thlml.1. Skat
. . ... .1. .1.. i.ij.1. ..I.ii.ImI miuil.
- i
E. P. COWEII Si CO.,
laraavnta autnaA
DOOBS. 8 ASH.' V
Painted and I npnlntctl ItHnd'
It llla.9U.U B.I,
WlBdow Glaft, nulldem' Hard
,. ware, etc,
ELM STREET, DALLA.3, TEXAE
S'wi. atiil Tnr' i f i-'t- 'V i na b.d, aw
r.irr riiiKlH wtih ir -a ta Birftii
llririr and Gal"t" " fill all ordar.
:lh di-Tt- h- ,o i"-'- l 1 ri ""!l,y of rtt" w
df? ihibi!. ra.a-r.m
JOB M. SaHOEU 0. W. PTOI
T 'rlLT R TONER V:i
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