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I LOCAL NKU'H.
A Jim-row If.wiip Irum lrwtilti
TH lrninlvii, ait't w m'fl i "
Inltrnif.tf.), fall of rain fr Ilia ! '
flays lias a swollen llie inimerniia ffftV
Hirniirliniil f 1i fx tffrlon of snimirT, tin I'
remlcr fonllnn of llirm iiniiMiilljf lm
nril'Min, ami In (I'lilUWui In lie iliingaiorn1
vol-iollr lh wlir Iim nn(o. ii.nn lln
lifd of lha slri-ama no on 1.1 ''T
holes, which miiilre th ntirrtl raiillon
o be observerl In fanllng Ihem.
An altempl, nml Imppll.y 'nrefsafnl
one, lo cross one of Ihrse rlaea, l : M
lane; Creek, yesterday, by Colonel II. P.
(Irlflln and ll'tle son, of Hoes-wall, eami
near easting lha former hi it life,
It appears llial JhiI as he had reached
Hie middle of (lie errrk tlio bridle hi i
broke on (I lha horaa depending In a gro'it
measure nnon tba bridle lo aid bim in
nTTIIIllUlllgi , iuiiiiu "
by Hie enrre&f, and rider and homo wore
enrrled helplessly down llie stream. In
Ihe peessge lie home turned entirely over
Iwlee, bill (he Colonel clinging firmly lr
him, ho at lenpth regained mnslcry of hie
llnihi and Anally reached shore.
Tlio anxiety of his bravo little son, only
seven years of ape, wlfNtifely crossed by
KHMaAHHlnaa . 1 . f . f .1 ' n ft nl II U nml . i ,1 1 .
nes of nerve in guiding his horse, not
withstanding (lie Water was np to Hie li.
tie fellow's neck, must have been painful
ly aiwte at witnessing his father's frtplilful
situation, and his Joy mttal hnvo beon
equally great upon his purent'a providen
tial release from dancer.
A lSralrfenl ofWiiiilH County Browned
In While ltnrlc rr. lt.
As Mr. J. M. SinforJ of this
county, and a Mr. Wm, Jackson,
'.xrho resided in Rmllli county, near
Tyler, were attempting lo cros;
AVhlle Hook Creek on Monday evening last,
Homo of I lie eonneo'ioi a of llio wagon part
ed and die bed drifted down stream, car
rying Mr. Jackson with it, of whom p to
this time no intelligence of bis where
abouts havo reached his friends and it is
feared, that not being able lo swim and
ojnore or less nervous as regards water, he
bas been drowned.
Mr, Snnford at the moment the bed be
came1 detached from the tindor-pining
the wagon was precipitated In the water
and becamo entangled in the harness,
from which he succeeded in extricating
himself only by the most desperate effort,
when he swam ashore.
Opertitln.
Some Indies of our cilv aro ensured in
getting up an operetta for the benefit of
61, Matthews' Episcopal church in this
city, which, wo learn, will come off about
the 20th insl. From the known artistic
skill of the ladies who ere preparing for
the entertainment, wo feel fully justified
in promiBingpur people such a musicnl
treat as has seldom, if ever, greetedthe
ears of a Dallas audience. 1'uo notice will
be given of the place where the operetta
will ba given, and we ask that it be well
attended. Aside from Spending n pleas
ant evening, our friends can have the sat
isfaction of contribuiing to a mostlnuda
hie undertaking. "-
A belated Dallas man went home the
other night and found the gate lockrd, he
climbed over the fence and then found the
doors locked, he then crawled in the win
dow and found his nifo gone.' Then he
turned rouna nna tried 10 open ine
door lo got out njnin, and he- found it
locked on the outside, he then went to the
. window to get out that way nud found it
nailed so ha couldn't raise it, then be
beard a gentle little voico on 1 1 o outside,
Ji . w " o' - j - - J
shall stay, until you vow you. never will
iitv ttttw dip in mi. Tn in. nnri in i-mi
star out any more at night." 1'ut he
didn't say anything, be only looked up at
the Heavens and saw eonio miiguilicent
cloud -scenery and eat down byjho win
dow and wailed, then thero came a spat
ter of rain and another and another, then
the owner of the still small voice looked in
the window and he looked out at Hie pro
ahnalfn Inhno unit .lnnr.wl
Jf I1GVI CrD VI .MO UpiHV miivn .-.ii, w i. . m
his throat just a little, then the garnered
fullness of the beautiful cloud begun lo
coma lively and Ihe cherubim, without in
tensified her inward look muchly, then he.
diluted his optics some more as he looked
out on the debarred dove and ho smiled
only just a littlo though. Then sha was
luxurlently wet, then he stepp3d folko
' door and when ha unlooked the inside she
unlocked the outside. Then says she as
she entered, "Did you do that?" "Yes,maml
I did thai; did you do the' other?" "l'esjldid
the other I" And the matter Is perfeotly
von. less "make nnl " and ther made an.
And all this actually occurred ona ocrtain
" street in this city, Sunday night.
A atnga-struck Dal Ins ohap was
- - ..oli I ...Inn. 1.1. lofirllnriVa f.ftlA A nil
his hair, and when she demurred In Bueh a
misapplication, ha informed her that in a
certain part of a tragedy- that bo was
studying, it wasjrequired that his hair
should aland upon end and ha couldn't
think of anything, In the universe better
adapted to raise the hair on the top of a
man's bead than that butter.
The Dnllaa aad- Wlchllo Itond.
We published yestorday a proposition
made by Mr. J. VV. Colder, President of
lha above road, to which wa invita the
. attention of our readers, and particularly
and prosperity of our young and -thriving
city. We candidly believe Ibat the build
ing of this road, in connection with other
improvements, is ona of the best things
that can be dona for the future Of Dallas,
and wo urge upon onr people to consider
well the proposition. Jnst now con
tractors men who do the aotnal work of
building roads can ba got to taka hold
of tbia enterprise on much mora favora
ble terms than they can a year or two
hence. Then let our people take the mat
ter nndar advisement, consider it wall,
and not accordingly.-
EncoarnB-lna:. .
Wa were shown, yesterday, an snfo
grajh letter from ex-President Davis, ad
dressed to Captain D. M. Oarlinglon,
President of the local Board of Directors
of tba Carolina Life Insurance Ceaapany,
in which he states lhat be entertains most
favorably the proposition which was made
some time ago by the board, through Cap
tain Carlington, to have the company
erect one or mora buildings in tbiseity.
Mr. Davis is still expecting to visit Ibis
portion of" Texas, and proxises to confer
with the local board of his company here
i-.f . viMnrvtilinn wtin ha
reiauva w - t r
comes. The eitixene of this ftate will
give hia hearty welcome whenever he
efinei,
tUit MUbiiekJM-l t 111 US ih f ."M.
M"i lief, Buffi
We wt .'M"I In ' ll "f !'
fMKrhr, II"". A. .1. Mill, fepsfnf frim
l'lif priMfiir, Afi" M lni, atdimiia
m I fnithful larhnr In lU l.'al Uinre,
the M .J if la raliirnlnif lo Ills ho-ne li nk
iid In ef ellnl lis i!Hi, an I f l 'y In fif'ir
if Hallia at the pbioa fur the flats Con
venllnn.
Nallra I'Hrixirillnery.
Wa are iiutlinrlfd lo any that the hol'
,.f Ilatlns (lll exlrnd llialr hnspltnlliU ,
lha moinb'Ti nl I lie 1'iii', almuld the l'.
noutlia Coinnilttre name ibis city the
plioa for holding lha convention. Our
hulol proprietors are gentlemen piinscieed
of the onr-renl enterptlaa whloh prevails
in this oily, anil nppreo lailng the ellica.
oioua results of prln'eis' Ink, tako lliia
method of expressing It. Wa oerulnly
lrul that the commit l e will' consider all
our claims before naming suinj other
place.
IVollcr.
All persons Indebted to the undersigned
for aubsorlption to the Dallas IlnnAi.n
xlvcrlising or job work, aro hereby noil
lied to settle the same. After llio 1st day
of July, all unpaid bills will he placed in
Mie hands of un cRicrr for collection,
Dld&wlin JNO. W. SWINDELLS.
AlnhlllilCt
The fjllowing nro lha olfioerB elect for
the ensuing .Mneciiilo ye.ar, of the Grund
Knyal Arch Chnptor ef Texas !
M. E., II. 12. JltHilde.O. II. P.
ll., E, T. r.hod.s, Depmy 0. II. P.
K, K. W. K. MoAlpin, (Irani) King.
I!.; K. P. Nowlan, (irnnd Scribe.
K., E. D. tints, Urnnd Treasurer.
E., Robert Hrewsicr; Grand Hecrelnry."
Camp'. Ileoi v t'elierlli-Jii", (Iraiid tJ. II.
'' II. E. MiUlellnn, Grand P. .
' " Ed. 0. Ilower, Ornnd ll. A. (J.
" M. 1'. Moot, (iran'd Drator.
" J. II. lianien, Oinnd Marshal.
" I). A. Calhoun, O. M. 8d Veil.
" J. K. Praiicr, M. M Veil
" 11. l'.ranan, M. 1st Veil.
" P. Ackerman, 1 (Irand Stcw-
" V. P. M iasie, aids.
" A. V.'. Spencer, Grand Guard.
Another Jolie lif Mallie rn.
A oorrespondont telU ihe lolloning
about. Solhrrn, but Ihnt persen having
acquired a reputation for practical jokes
sutlers by it, and may bo innooent of this
and many others laid at his coor :
When I talked with Mr. Sjthorn about
"Puritani," he said:
"Just come down in Ihe shoot ing-gnllcry
where I'm just gr ing to shoot a match, and
we'll talk it over."
When wo got in the gallcry.near Hrown's
chop-house. 1 found the match was) between
Charley Cooper and Mr. Soihern for $200;
Mr. Cooper to shoot with a rifle, and
Sothern with a pistol. Mr. Coopcr.rhoso
uerves were a little unstendy, having been
out on George Kid's yntch all Ihe after
noon, look a riile and put two balls out of
ten in tlio bull's eye, ringing the bell
sharply twice, and honestly, loo. !
"I loll yon, sir, egad I I hate these prac
tical jokos'said Mr. Sothern.ns he winked
at iho bell boy, who had hold of a little
su ing concocted wi'.h tho bell, Uxcd up
for llio occasiou.
Then tho man loaded Soihern's pistol
with blank cartridges, and tho boy stood
by to slyly pull the bell and fool Iho by
standers into believing the bull's eye
should be hit each time.
"Clickl" goes Ihe blank cartridge, and
il e boy slyly jerks Ihe siring and Iho bell
rings.
"Click! ' again, and tho bor jerks the
string, and initio goes the bell once more.
"Clickl" onre mote and another sly
twitch and ring of ihe bell.
Bo Soihern tired three blaak cartridges
and tho toy pulled the bell eaeh time.
i'Vos, tir," said the practical joko hater,
Mr. Sothern, as lie rccrived the congratu
lations of Iho wnps nround, and quietly
look Charley Cooper's S::00, "I novcr liked
'sells' or praclio tl jokes. They aro always j
Inane, heartless and -cruel." Then, turn
ing lo Charley Cooper, in Ihe inlensesl
Innocence, lie said: "Now, Mr. Cooper, us
you've lost, we'll co up to lirown's and
spend IbisiS'iiK) for a champagne supper."
And this Innocent man did il.
l:il( el or Mucme.
The New York Bun says Ihe audience in
the Grand Opera house on Saturday even
ing were treated In ii rich rccne which
was not in Ihe programme Tho drop had
fallen upon Iho fourth act of Monte Chris
lo. The spe.cluloia had been worked up to
tho topmost wavo r cnthusinsm. At Ihe
fulling of Ihe curluin a pin-drop could
hato been heard. The silonce. was nl
teogth broken by a half smothered
sucexo. It was from one of Ihe tack seals,
and evwy heod was twisted lo seo its
author. '
An old gray-haired Ecntlemnn. wilh a
beaming, Pickwickian countenanco, was
Been iu one of tho rear scats in the par
quet, with his face buried in the ample
folds of a red silk handkerchief. The gaxe
of so many hundred eyes embarrassed
him, andjiestruggled heroically lo repress
another ebulition. He had heen silling in
a draft, te Inner membrane of his
... l , : ..,
nose nad oeconio bo mucn irmuiu mm
his efforts wero ineffectual.
Another loud isb ash oh cheo-ehoo
brought half Hie audience to their feet.
Sueeza followed sneexe close upon each
other's heels. . The laucliter becamo up-
roorous. The audience cheered, clopped
their hands and stamped their feet. I'o-
licemen and Idlers rnn'in from Ihe lobbies,
and Ihe actors peeped out from behind the
curtains to see Hie fun.
The innocent cause of. Ihe merriment
joined in the laughter, and the more he
laughed tne moie vioienuy ne uneezeu,
For full ten minutes after the old gentle
man bad exhausted his. repertoire a broad
irrin was on evervbod v a face. At length
be orohestra began to play and quiet was
restored
Ex-Gorcrnor JT. W. Throtkmorton.
The Waxakatchie -Democrat criiieises,
rather unkindly, our friend and neighbor,
ex-Gor. Throckmorton. We are eorry of
this; a quarter of a century ago this dis
tinguished citixen made his debut into
polities. Tweniy-lhree years ' since,
through his efforts, the title to the lands
in this and adjoining counties were, con
firmed to the settlers, and the war then
raging between Ihe eettlers and the Peter s
colony authorities was adjusted by hia
faithful services. From thai time to the
present is war, and in peace he haa
stood by our people and their iutorests,
and never failed them.
In 1805, when the Btale was without a
ruler when gloom and dread apnrehen.
sion hovered over the people Governe
Hamillon oaaoe to tba State, the represen
tativeofthe United Slates, all eyes were
turned to Austin. Without waiting to
see tbe eourse of evente, Throckmorton
went to Austin, to meet the representa
tive of the conquering government, and
contributed greatly to the peace and quiet
of Korth Texas by aeeuring the appoint
ment of good men to ofiio.
In 1800, having been elected Governor,
he look charge of the State, made a repu
tation amid the despotism of those days,
that will be an honor lo bis name as long
as people love liberty. The clanking ol
every chain that loaded the limbs of a
Texan reached his ear, and called forth a
persistent and manly effort for redress.
Every cry from the military bastilee of
those days, awoke in bis heart a response.
Tbe smoke from the smouldering mine of
Brenharo, called into active operation his
otacial interference.
He never failed to do bis doty lo the
people, and for this the military
guilotine dropped his official teed. la
bis offioial deaih, however, he rave tbe
arrogant tyra.ts a farewell shot in his
protest lhat will occupy honorable men
lion in the history of coalman wealth.
Friend, the Governor has ever been
true to Texas. Kot coe blot reels nr-oa
kis public or private chrctr. He Ba
been tme to Tsxans and Texas, as n citi-en,Be:fht-.r
aad friend. Lc justice be
(Jj( fc h sen eeq near fct Wf
id, IMfhiaSt- Sft4ir.
A Nl I 1-A.NtH LAN IM
AUIT, JENKINS k AULT,
foitci'it
LAND jNOKNTtf,
Ilnllua Trxna,
Are now i,nrln
FOR SALE
At low HWfn, ft Hi rAW"1 flf Ttuntl In Worth
fin Tvm, ty Mlii mmrnlrnf vnIhhIiU FVma
lit thtu nml ir1ii'n)n-t ti'iilV, and Im-tfM ih!
If -Mi lie l,fl iinil IImiw In Hi rity nf UmIIjW.
Wn lnllo it& hmrn lo rull unrtfvjnntlnv nr
rfRlnter. Inilii (n nur I nn wit Fur m. Wltn
a man r,,, P,!,'"v tmn1'" ,,rn "O"""'-
fiifiHiM I.hhiih,,iim1 ili'i ht fiut "l.f7 prltV'
un iifi.liiirr..niiifl'itN
I'crptof hnrU v Inn! tor .it. l flvrt l loiMr
liilmw.1 ioi iiIIiiihI M-Klsnc iht ir )hhU tl oiut.
rhitritH potlilTiir It rt pUtci'iir ormlwrtUltiir, nn
only h mintll f4tirTiil-t"Ti wlini ft'l" l i'IT.T!.'i.
If ym M-trni finw ll j-mir Hnrt o lit lmtilrrHt,n It
thl ritmitrv, von mti-i I'lmi- iltm In lmi"l oi
Acnt- au Itiw Hue uf tiuvt'l. Our cUIco Uiii' i tlir
CTTT OF DALLAS,
wnlrh liw now froirio tt pfntff nfffimmrrrt tnd
tmvi I lor Mm Nnrili in Nnrtliirwi Tmh. hw
Suporli.r iHrllltlii for wHIne lnnH, whlrli wo Uvc
hirriilly liifrcMfd l-y IIIhthI mlrerlUlnu. ml
win hunre nutlxlmtlion ro nil who -Hr .rnK'rty In
mir htniH,
Wo buy and well on comralMfon
LA NT fiKBTiriOATM.
Thin Vrtint-li of onr l-inttiem wp mnk kpt'cHllj
We nre infnilKri f lh
TEXAS LAND LOCATING
COMPANY,
nnil will locnle CcrllflmtM' for" lnl.nnnf.ln Ihr
'nn.tnw we elvft partial Hut of Iho IhihIh lliat we
re now oflfiiim
FOR SALE.
DALLAS C3TTNTT,
fiJO rirreii, P ml'ff"? K of Ilntrli- n. ihe Ann SloVt-t
minoy, iirnirlPnoH ttmter. )"f kf wr r
'JUn'tiPifH, lft ntll'T R K of Pullim pmtiif IheO.W.
Slmw fiirvey , tliMlnir.pr'rp If A nrr imre,
185 nrr, 4 lrHii N Yi of hIIhr, l'rt of tlie B.
Ptitm riirvcv. tlnil-er, price f-fi i"r nn-e.
S'li nvrm, 1ft illr P W onmllit, Hit J. 8. Jnne
imrrrv, prairie tiitil timlier, price ptTirro..
UJOacifB 10 uiilt h N V of liollaii, llml'T, ?3 per
iiot-n.
W iirree, 10 niilef wet or Pal'n"., part of thn Tho,
(loll In 'h mirvoy, prairie per ucrm -
11)0 ncrfd 14 mites ffint of Ualhw, IliflWm Bryan
tmrvry, limlxT.f'i per were.
lVtt iicreii 4 niilp north of Pull am, part of the Rh-ir
o survey, prnlrie, at p-r m-ro.
3f.8 ncrt u, 7 uiflw eoiiih ol Unlias. purt of the Mvl
Phton ll'RFle.pr"ipl, Hinlwr, ist 7 WI pTacre.
173 am'H h mil' s eonth tf PnllnA, pa t ol Iho Leri
Plxon knptie. prarie, nt f" ftprnr.
r:wn ncrea 14 milM ett of Pilla, th" Cornollnn
Vernay enrr V. pralrH, t S? per nrro.
h' nerna 8 nillet woat of It-tllua, part of the P. A
Leonard anrvcy. l fflVrlt per cre,
80 ucnn 4milt a wool uf Pallaa, pari of the P. A
I.eoimrd anrvfy. nt H 6' Pr ecra.
1PH aereB 4 mflt-H Norih-ww t of P:illaa, port of tl a
B. pprbin enrv y. timhr, nt ff per bto .
171 nr.rcn 11 mih, nf IH-, prt of the,I.
Jiihnaoti pnrmv, pmrle, nt S7 ft" wf cio,
12)4 twrt'all tiih,Kaat of Dallas part of the W.
Ijinthum anrvtty, tlmln-r. at ff. p note.
PHI trie. VJi miles 8mitli-.vp-.tnf linlltia," part il
the V. W Mcrrell nrwv, prnlilo. at & It, jnt acre.
Wit) acres miles 8onth-veat or Pallua, part of
the Usrvof Clark tuti-vey, prairie and tfnihfr.iUiC&fl
per cro,
11T!4 ncrrH o'jElit mileienuth of PnHa-.nirt of the
A. B. Uovard survey, prairie a.d timher at $7 per
"Iwn'nrrea mile" nort h-wrrif of PsUiiB,part of the
',.Crot;kttt survey, prairie hm! timber, at $4 fiiper
acre
f A B MS IN DALLAS COUXTY.
I(t0 acres 8m!l east of UiwTtinrulira, V. Mop anr
Tev.JiUHuin In i'iillivthm. al 2" pcraero
l!.'i.ttcreH4!iiil''fl north of jMlriia, l'Ki iicros In culli
valion, piiiKl nrrhanl.nt $H.MKI.
win nrrxaM mil p. con th-went of Dallii. J- acres In
cultivathm, 40 ayivn paxtnre, jronl dwel tlitfr, 4 tMi-aii(-hoiir,e,
hiijiSKtabJe, Ac. fliu, snnill w and
,rrl-.iulll.at?ltlU.
iao ncrvH b aillea north-west of PaMas, fto acrfa In
cnltiTntlon.tstfry honw, at &t,tw.
y;r1l ucnw o miles nori oi iiaiiua, n ntjrun in r.w
tivatl.u, at 12 Mi per aoro.
TARRANT COONTT.
1WO acwapiitetiled to Thirk A V.rynn, at t'l P.
H"C acre in the iian;ool V. Poiifioit, at J;i wr
Ktv) ncreeM Diileseonth-wfal -t Kurt Worth, part
of llio J. Oil It-lun survey, prairie, at ff per are.
Macrus Id miles onel of Fort Worth, tlm Fuunln
survey, at 3 ptv ii';re ....
400 hi nil, Jo ntilt-s Mh went rf T'aMtts, the Mr
Kinney & Vi'linuia rt.ney, pniirir, at $J pir iture
FARMS.
ton ovllna oi.nlrt nC Vnrl tl'nrlh. SOitrreM In
cw'liiTation.flioliarn and in tig luma, price ? 4,600.
HBNTOS COUNTY.
af'00 acrra If nnlna sotith of Ponton, the W. Thorn
ton survey, pralrio and timber, ai peracra.
300 arrea 8 miht aoiith of U'wisvtUe, 9J acrea In
cullivfiliou at;''i,'(.T acre.
9 JACK COUNTY.
1156 or.rH at f 1 10 per acre.
PARKEB COUNTY.
1030 acres at l 60 por acre,
. . MONTAGUE COUHTY. ,
IHn acres nl 2 pr acre.
ARCHER COUNTY.
2240 acroa at 2 pr acre.
' SB ATI! COUNTY.
1930 acre- at $2 per acre, ,
ELLIS COUNTY.
1256 acresa Jow A, Quano iurrey.on Ohamber'a
crook, price $4 per acre. .
HENDERSON COnNTT.
S20 acre 2 nillea north of retern-Phiff, 25 acre In
enllUstioO! at 3 7ft par aora.
HA n RIP COUNTY.
.120 acrat on Qrtn Bay on, at t'A lr acre.
HAMILTON COUNTY. - '
fun rrea S ml Us soulh of the' town of Hamilton,!
$S 60 per acre.
DALLAS CITY MOrERTY.
Block No. 12R,lMtwa Jackson and Wood ftlreeta
and btwen Hurwoed HtrrM and the R K Vrmind.
Block No. U YoMHg'a Audition, con er Wood
and Howard Street.
Una hair Blork No. Wt Vonng'i addition, Wood
Strret, UstiHliH Tf-t.
Block NcM Vlrtor and Baarl Ptraeta.
Block No.2&S Victor an-1 Pearl Ptteea.
mne-fonrth of Klork ho. lf, Oouim-rr Street,
soxljo ft-et,
1- m..lr V 70. Malr r1trt. tVUt9m vt.
Id Block No.Hfth 1'acifta Avc4iiMud Olira fttraet.
IWniaw teet. - - -
Block 2Hi and 263, Bryan and Bnrford Strnrta.
LnNdi In Hteitoarl mnl Arhamu U Kxchanjrr
for Texas Land.
AULT.JENKIN'S & ACLT,
Korth aide of Sqitre.
rii.- tm.
D
!llS AD rnilTOUIIAPUIC
STOCK!
Will i a in & C row d n ,
. la.VtLMAa,l
Bnconvor to
WILLIAMS & MASIXft.
Will keen censtsnllr on bdJ com-
p'ale stock or
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
. DTE STl'FFS,
FAKCT TOILET ARTICLES,
'Stationary end Tobaeeo.
Alao the onlv Comrlele Slock of
PHOTOOnAHIC MATERIAL
in Northeni Trxaa.
We aill 'sell as Cheap as the CheapeM
Give os a call bf fore iircbainf elewhre
Place ef biness Cor. Main and JeBeraoa
Streets, JMHaa, I.
i HEII. B. flcRIJJtOX
(f e ' vrm .T-rti". n --l" Mllieitli
V" I A SkA-TNli. ?..! M-P41. H. r.h"v
- l ii. uteira, n f. if ''
J -v - . .'jr. en -v r-a ci H riVit
pcotr, ft HUNT,,
(H(VcfM It
Stem Enginss f Boilers
rripTsH. sn irf ttnisjABf,
UAtiTlMOMIJ, JVt3D.
4mf tIUVt TlnlUU TiirMim fl'a'Mr 'VSrfl. llnl.
Ml !..' fmi ' f f il'f ai.a
(Ifl.l Mlllt, rimrln l ll ll.rll'i'f-, Wnflln.
I'nilv. t rftn.r it a laS' ,,wlml l IItI,
attd Spar (larlna,
A... f fn.h.rn Tfven, oei-a P.11i Kmimlr,
Diilliu, Tv. ituam
ions
ROUTE EASTWARD.
The eoiuideHon of Hi Msenfl, Kuttaaa A T' as
Railway Irn.n th NMi to 1h nisen, Tfia, Inn
nponed op two flrt elas, elt.fall Kotifrn In H' fonla
and ihe lfat. Al 'tt,Un,(WA mlk fitrti fi. T.oii'
thttralnn ef thin ,,I,lonir linn from lha North"
Conneri wlltt 4rihimif that new and eplndldlf
hnllt line, the Atlantln Paelfle llallr,.ad, ai d
HrJilia, tW mile- from Rt. IWnM, they cnnoi I
with Ihepeipiilar Hlstitrl Paelfle Ki'lroad. Killir
ltontels a jroA onf-thnronifhlr equipped irllli all
niotlwrn linproremnis and UihUHi piiasenirerR In
Kr, I, nils, the Metropnlla nrtheOreat Went, III llino
to rnnnenl with tWra thn-nyh rHr to Mia Nurlli,
Hnh and Knst;
rsin spr. iioura aotxra
n ftevkftned to hwnn e the popular on ro ell pn!na
1 a-teii'.rrn have 1 tree etioti e nl roiili' ovr
tin MIsonnH. h't'i-'HN 4 Tena Ma i I way 1 Via Vini'a
and the Aihmtit-A I'm ith- ltllniml. or via hr'lolin
and Ihe MUs'inri Jeiftv tUilr-td. Full liiforma
tlno mav hri ohlvli il at lu i.ttli"- of the ll"ilitn
A Texa-- (Vil'ml It K , Kt Ha o Jliui line, Miann
1 i, Kan iw iV T"X;v- IUfla-av, r iiei lulilre-rihiR
A. Kuril, litneial I'ttsviiiKor Aueiit, H. huia,
Mo, (Keh.K, 7a.Hl:ly.
"T AN DA LI A
KOl'TSi KAT!
The only .lii'Tiinnlnff 'hfttucli r.ra front si T.onli
Iti Ni-w Ytk, rlilrHKti. rtitrlitiiml, nud
Ltmltvillo willtiiut t-liniit.
MARKS CLOSE CONNEjTIOS WITn
XIISROHRI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRAINS
1873 Summer Schedule IST3
a. . piTHxrurw.
ilirnnrit in Ku 'o' h. CI'U'Hgo.Cliicimiull nml
Tjlilvili'.
OlJ.T p. . FAST MSB
Wilh r'il'!inH'j. I'nUrfl Sli rplr.fnr thr tiiph to
Pew YntV liliclmtnt I .nil Lotitvlllo Daily wltli
mil chitu-v.
rioo r. M.-iirr,Afio HxrnnHs
Willi llirougli BIci.piiig U.r llulty .xcopt Sal
Tiokol Offino, No. 100 N. "Fourth SI , cor
Chcslnnl St., St. I.oiiis, sndnt all
principal Rallrnml oflicea
. in Jjpjaii.
K.M. C0I,TB!C. Tlrkot Ai-'l St. f,.inl.
.1. K MMPSMN. Sn,'l. li.llTmmll.. "
(HAS. K. Kill I ETT, Oon'l Ar'I SI.
(HAS. HAHl.'"i;k, t.M.tliorn Ak I Ii.iIUh Tksm. .
Ili'l-lllf
J IVEUY, FEED AXD
SALE STABLE,
N M AIK BTIIMXT, OIH NI PS THIS CHtTTCMFIRliD HOUSB
Dnlln., Tft.ns.
$5&'fJ' tZSE&'i T1"' 'l",lr"lK"'l Imv-
WlSZvlXt: 'lis ils lfiy ""'"''I V Mhiw
I.hwb A CtMUhlm, wt.nltl ruHutri!lly inlnrra llie
ritiKcu. tit D-.lljn ami Ihe pillilic K'i,1,'Hy. H,rtt
Ihov havp npi.n..(1 fhtmli'ivt. it.ipl . wln-re tiii-ywill
k-i-p nt nil tUM', HOKSKS, ilU(J(Hli8. HACKS.
Ac, for luro. Tht-y will nUn liny uti1 Hlf Mot k.
mnl flu u neiifiiil l.ivciy luMinens. Tlioy r(locl
f Alt, sulicil tli iitronijiO ol the pnlilic.
JtlSSHi it IIALI
Pallaa. lwi. H. I72-H:tf
lASTIDI Jfc W'OttK, .
Feed, Sale & LIvcrj Stable,
Cos. CofcwrBra A.llot'.TOv 8t.,
DALLAS, . . TEXAS.
,n HOKSKS,
Anil Ctirriagf Jot Dirt on Skort tchce.
CONVEYANCES
FnmlnliiTl for any ilnt In thf Interior.
C'lly Orainlbun I.lne
nixl Hay Scales
t till" Sl l.
K.'tl. 8, 1K71. aionwlf
riUR IIUTCniNS IIOU8K,
JB.
IS. P. TTRA'ER, "rop'r,
HOUSTON,
TEXAS.
Located in the Centre of Business.
twi-Mlf .
P. M. Hanm,
Attorney at Law.
Jons V?. Hvr. .
. IImIIim, Tosa.
F. M. HANKS & CO.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
GENERAL LAND AG'NTS
Will riri.li aiid nil lil. a'"l vropertv.
Invealiirale ami prfct lill, lol lal.A rttrlifl
rte, mid eulln-t ilaini. I. any rt of Ilia Blale.
l-roiniit lluin will Ii, siren all tnsluew III
trnelA 10 oa. .
Kefir to II J WW Wiilton, Snenoar McOIII,
Aumin: Ball, llnU'hina "'. II f le.ne, ll
.lcm; .K T Hr Co, lie--I-". Finlav tto.
New OiW-Mia; U R Gnwilnw. heinphli, Tlin; K
II :wae A (lo. l.o:ill. Kr. ro.-itr.ne, M.-JIne
,.., W l( Slii-ll.n A O...H-W T-ir; Wil-.o,
11 00.I A Co, I'M). .I.t lil) Maraiaaiia. Bii,
8 Irala. rtAwan.
LANE & BODLEY,
CINCINNATI,
WAxrrACTiitKiig or stakdaud
Plantation Machinery,
Stationary and Portable'
STEAM ENGINES
Saw y Ua. Orl.t Milla, Sli.ainf; Ilenrer., rnll-va
Onr iMliinrv f .tr"iis, fnnl auS well
nit, nt M lMi.ll.v to.-l lo tlw .
.ra.cm.ul planiwu, yt ial'. nwa-
J..l 'wlV ! hm t ev t...iBciMiwll. O.
rjpiIK BROWN COTTON GIN.
PluKn. lV f"T ai HwaV.n.r.
J T..nr l '1la i" t- r" ,h '?
w.ltet. tally t""" vatj-j " lllr,T
" .t .r.rt m..c.li.Teia., th-f.-
..4 .II,,.0!- hv nrnVnne S r- erf tfc wia -
e,.J rfretilw wnn lll pirliciilar . ,
M. t"ria''l'- A Kl.", ...
lH.; i ,F. l-.KuWS, rresnJf.nl,
Broaa Ciuia &ia Ca,
, i
t mtnntrtvn,
Ait tn
tiiuUit ttfptr final lfif m,
WfimiM ATT Tlllirallf.tH AXIl f!l.
HiiWcna,
aAKanaj iiilir.MiWa)fls,
MBAI'M IIMT AHwllin HIIIHi
I'OI.IMA S WllfAt .i.l ('I'll.' MII.M.
rnATTH corniN ui.nh,
MOri'l.E'B COT'KI.N IT.rHH.
AVI'.HV'H SI in anil IA8T J'l.OWB,
ftUOAIt MII.I.H. KAN Mll.lf,
COIN IIIIHIIC.
lif II I! 1 1! lin.TlNfl,,
SAKKS, kit., ke.
II. KCHKIIFFIIS,
Htt (fill, Texas.
'im tint that yo' IhU mhtlUrmont in tkt
II KK A til.
Mnmii ail, Ir.Ta.-wn'.nrnnti,
ILROAI) C 0 R N K II !
tflB'
AHVl k WAfiNKK,
pnutns IN
General Meroliandiso
DivlliiM, TeiiK,
( Known as Ihe ('I1KAI1 STOI'.K.")
Ar. now rfcelving their
FALL HTOOK,
COMPUIHINa .
DRY GOODS, nO0T3,flII0ES & HATS,
RKADV-MADE CLOTHING, HARD
WARE, WOODEN WARE, GROCER
IES,, CKOCKKRV, .TRUNKS, STA
TIONERY. SCHOOL) ROOKS, ETC.,
Pnrrhmw(l nt liftudquiirlcrri In the Nor Hut a un
RHHleru' cilliM, wiiliin tlifl HHt twenty iliijn, In
ChxIi.
Wewl continue t. rnrxlvt ni'mUi-wry month,
ml nur itorlt Irwin'ull mnl oi''' t in tiv-ry Hup
ofg'wt!', nml )u relumed iur C A 8H, we can vinl will
Sell at Cheap a the Chtapfft.
Thunftful to onr iiiimomim rrlctxln nnd Mie pnl-llc
fr;w rtilly lorpn-f WMihi;ki wn Hk A conliiniiinee
vf th sit mo, MKiirlnt tlnHii tlmt w jwill df-nUmly on
BtHclly tiliMrtt pfiliciulw. Uivo iinh Mia fxuilla
its In i youtKt'lYr.
no'ilf. .
AMI A WAfiNKK,
TUUniri'l Otrnor,
W. J. CLARK..
...JNO. II. UKTAlf
WliolcftiilfAijnd Urlall
Dealers in Dry Goods,
WOQD AND WIILOWVVAItE
llardwmc,' jiiceniwarc,
STOVIiS AXH FAinilXG IMi'IEJlEXTS.
AI.R0, AOKNTd FOB
Wtn. "icllliitnii'a Porthblti i:n;;iiir.
WEST 3125 IS Or BQUAS.!!,
DAI.I.Af, TEXAS.
May laih, 1871. 35:lf.
-JJKBERTAKIKG.
A. VST. TJlOSLTOTt
n,.tti.tfnl1v liifnrnm riti'ptia of Pull) Bfid tif
miiTi.imriliist tiomitifN th at In hftNfltiMl n Mi-"-t
a tail sit mtn: on 0'irlirmi Strnpt, xprwly for tVw
hnTiii, un. I" ITi-iwi-mI to iimkit tv'ilni" nt llio
Rhurrfwr iiolice, tnurdt-r ami trim Hiriti In nllMvU "
flo ftlno kfcim on Imiiil, t Mil timon, roffiua ot ull
l7fn, rwnly nimlf-. with llie pxci-pH n of ii imniiiifr,
whkh lif citii tlclitpr nl an ln:nr'i nnfii:i, ilny or
nlcht. He hm.l-o md MrriiMiiiieuU tu keep on
tumil full iiflriortin-nt of
Motalie Knrinl Cases,.
wlilcli hoiuidellviir 011 flH. He 1m tli flXcTimlvt?
ifPlicy for tlif'Hn IJiirful . tr DnllnH nml nur
rtntmllng cinimlcf. him) c-hi mpply Hipih t th low
ett jirlri'B. Havinn provldori litinnell with it rlim
OVAL-GLASS HEARSE,
Hint npcewnary aclwinliiireii, lie will iiiiJrrlHke all llie
lieveiiriKi-y Hrra'nci'nM-li. ftir hiirltil with dlnHatoli.
Hp ha Helet-nill'.'! to irnike IliU hi. fXelnalvp
hnalnn.., olid rt'ipeclf..lljf a.-kn the m""""' ' "
,,. -.. A.B'.MOBTON.
an:tfl ' IWIir.r (late Klill) UtreM
IRON I IRON I IRON I
STUEM STI'.EI-!
FOX & HEITMANN,
THE GREAT
IRON HOUSE OF TEXAS,
HOUSTON,
For the Fall and Winter Trade,
Ar. now rewiring Hia largeal Slock of
IRON AND STEEL,
Blacksmiths' Stock,
WAOOK-SSAItEaS' STOCK,
Hardware, Tin-Plate, Eto,
JEvcr Krougtit Into the Slat.
FROM
SEW inSE, riTTSBCSG k UTERPiiOL
DIRECT,
srtta tlx Imv r .Mtlwl-apjwPra-.a-eca,
eiV
PEFr.COWPETITIOXI
It)
Clark 6 Bryan,
fl.(,not'., ..(,! rn, fsllas.tMM
ll.rll ., ! I tt till I tl , I I tUt. ft
(l.'lliVMO.V.MUlfU.llAro,,
W If 0 ti H HAL H
iANIi
RETAIL cnocEns,
Aim) dpulrra In til klmlR n
western rnosucz,
PLANTATION SUrrLIES
AND BAH STOEEG.
llnlltiN, - - - Tcxun.
Wa lalie this occnslnn lo lliatik nur
frlptiila fnr lliolr liliiral pnttntinira extanJ
nl to us wlillp nl Cnralcnna, nnl bee lo ra
mlinl llirmntiil Ihe people gi'nornll,ilinl we
are row oprninrnt Ilnllaa one ofi lie lnrjreat
nnrl mt'Hl cnmplele Hiorka nf nrucorics ever
hrniifhl to llie Interior of 1Vxn.
rut-chasing ns wo tin, tlireo! I'nim Impor
ters anil Mn nnrncliirors exclusively, for cnsli
on Ihe spot, nml by our own liilior nlninit
freeing utirselvea lYom Hlore expenses, anil
b?lng no wny involveil in thn iimvoi lntilr
loss Inciilental lo lilg Credit Stare, 11
must he jicrfcclly dear to llie eomprclu-n-efon
of ovci'y onv liial wn can aO'iu-tUo sell
onr gooils nt smnll profits.
We would tespcot fully solioit Ihe pnlilit
wljcn visit Itif; our nmi Itct In call nn l ex
amine our Stock and prices for llicmsoivca.
All article" guaranteed as represented,
or money rofiimlcd.
Our Jloue is silunteil on Pnntli sido of
Elm t?troot, N. E. of I'lihlio Square.
Rexpeotfully,
OARLIirGTOir, 1IAKCALIS & CO
Jim. -1, l."7H-if ,
"JEFFKIES iTKIIUV,
SUCCEHSOKS TOTEKKY &DLAKK,
VhoIcsale and Retail Dealers in
Dry-0nod,
ionts ntnl Shoo',
IftvtH, Nolinna,
Guns nnd l'ieiois, '
I'owiicriind Fhot, :
H li ne and llnrneaa I.ontlicr,
anil Sinple Groceries
I '
n, K, COIINEII or ruiiLic SQK UIP,
Dallam, ' Texas.
W. loi.i ii f'lll l r.rnll I .i.Mn o.ir l-i t .11
t'lne , himirlil ill l: '.K-.I-..I-.I !rri.il III" t-.v. 'I, rict-'n
Cilll anil si-u lltf Hint c.-nviiic vi iirc Jt. -
JKPKIliKS & TIM-MV
Jim. 4, 1873. 17-1 f
pr.l. r.i.i.mTT
- ii r fi. "
riVIN.SOi'i;
IN
Hedichics, 7a i t;. Class, Oil?,
I
PATE?.' T v? Eh I C INKS
KAS'i;riCOi:s, Ac .
In th!r new ll.iiwjs, Nw Mi e .f g.inarn,
DALLAS,
: - - - TEXAS.
WoiiM ro.'!? f f' Mv 'tV-'m n t 'i V-c that tlu'jf
Imvri ni-w. rt wHI i-inJ Inns- mi l;'t r on linml A mi I
Mitpply of n-M'V J. i tnl tii' fT""1" Ir I -Mlr llliS iifl
woiil.l Hiillrn r. r. tio ti ii'-Hc ..I i ouaijo. 'Jliwir
Jrus8 arr ni r.'-'.i. J f i..l l "1''.
An ext-m I..,- wl iri -iii.il iilvni) preamit ti (111
PhrMrl'ii'"' 'rt'TlHii-i.
MHr. ill- ts7.'.M-im'rH
) (.) LO i 1 S
-A NO
4
cofinissioar nzacHAMTS.
Arn lii'-At.r.liil ts
I -''XeOTafri,
OOC'3J"2333,
i -Foreiga
and Domestic
ilQl'pUS, ETCh ETC. ;
( Jointnorce
Street
0; nu!te ! f.n'iare, D.iltna. Tetar.
a. ifi.iii: to..
Ctovei ao'' X.a:anufacturcrs of
j; 1 . xv Ji ii.
Sign fihe "U't Cofce Xi St.,
EA1LAS, TEXAS.
,Ag;r-C7 fcr the Ealc cl tho
.A'..lW'A,x
.. '. ."'iiiiiiVA
a i-r ait.t i t.ri'. fi. tN lt of T.'t. tr( a!wiT in
liATvi. Mcrrh-r-'-riiiil .l'-m wi'l fnd It tn H.f V
.rt.r.i t lvj ibm a call btfore bnjintt oronler-
,th rh of al' Jr-rrlTit ron tpocinI!y ttendil to
ai',1 wor.i Wi' p'iftintwa.
OrIrr o!iiirI unci Promptly Fllte.1i
April9). 7,-STtf. "
Anrt Ireissi-3Irtltiner.
;m.;.s t , j. batbi
Wi ll' t ln(nro htr ratron ant frlpuAs triatqt
u now prepare! undo
DKE5P AND CLO-fk MARIN 9
Im MMlwI'fpn'-.li-Hii'tOi Bctnei and rln. Tha
a-ii-a l y lf h Mm. Halo en.", if at one, rwrfrct
Mnt atuMir. irM-irtinn to th form a fmn auJ
(eia.ii a tja-rf-Ar tu ail othera; tltfrtraf tUm fVli
frM rf r''ti j eiirl tmnattit-iinn. Phhiwa
Ii nd taMiui!' I astK)riniPul of Milliiiry Qnmi,
n)i fe wli e-ife-rn i"r. " Kh" i" atwi pTvpartJ ork
n l.iiti ljir, hi H it !cf lt. b'Hh ntn anaj
orn in--.nui. - -w BmiJa, Ocrla, FriraS Olil
w.. rr, ., rn l u ordr. 01 hair repaired and
atM'i i :o tif v.
N (ini t tat! Foiiniiry, Kain 8t Dmllaa.
CANVASSING AGSKTg
...e '! iiitr t" mi'l iii -ii'y-Tui
1 4 I f W 1 1 (flUff t v l k f.M t f,
I'AMMCll,!, A U ATMI.'.'V
firUi rfirATK A IN IMAMU A'. MIS 41
A H K ll ,
Kf'f
Tr l.
lerifir-nt t"t mii-ibIici. .1 , A e''iif, ovel
Iii.ihhi k. Mr' III Kiinllii'ili i-oiiniv.
l-5l,''.'.f.:lf
lfJTAIJLiaitEDlN JCr.7.
J, 0. MIl.t.KIl,
CncrrHAor to Ussier & M!l.l,i:n,
UrT Pnjilraa Siriet,
A't-w Prl'tmi, . . T.ouimini,
B. I ti MaKRR rtiTI'tN 1'iVVK AUKHT,
Manfuchirpr ofTMt, Awnli-.K,Tiir.iinliivi, Wit-Ron
CoTir.i, t.' otn,
whole-nil .It rth-r rh ViuilPn in if turrrrtflopv,
! H-.iiil-l ni'l ei'i'ftpit rv'toi M. ii t't i.hn r.'V'irt"i
'f-ji!M Itll Iflitl'nfl lV III" I'lyitiMlllll e".ui tree
C'Wniinir r. I i.'iiih, A 1 itin-liiin t tir
I't-r ifjr.a ft.r ffrtll III I'H V.-l I"'" "-t (M'lf.'HI)ll IV.
ralff If ilirt-rt In ni l li furinrt , t cmi ari-nt
iiiihiri (in nfH to h It r rn I If mln, mii 1 i.jiiim.
f.i'tiiii' Hinl l'fi 'ori"tintly un iiiii il h lHrir rr.
Alt(ch ot'Ti'iit". Knilitlilff fur iinln.Htt tfiitlnirloM
Hliil nlliciH. hit h w m n tre in tin licftcr irmih
Hint nf iri."i'i, n low rim li hiu hi Ne
i oi-tc, Hf, IjhiiIh, or un j- northfri, or WHlorn !( y.
r f t ti w l:otiiile ilciili-r In A iti'.rfrnn, Fn; IIh
nn I l'ti'iH'ti I'tiii'hirf fur lliijr-1, KIhrh ut hII xl.
t t n-tni ly in I. unit,
' ll'tvinir ruicciTilfit In urtyirhifr llio thIiihI'Ip r?'-T.'i't-i.
(p Nr. II. 'aHHI1tY. who lin Iur iii'.nly fiTty
fr ci.inlniii.il the Hllnli'Hitf tlit- Iwiie-f., Il nNI
tr'iMi't- ff-will hf tit. .w'ut' lliM Arm uf fANSIIY
A AI I Ll, Kit, w ill h iiIiwumI t-l.'iirn Hint li- vlll
Htvii lii 'on Imiiit iat limn 1 nf. liPitilqimrtrrn, l7
I'lii'.li iu .In., t .,,,' r i. N -v .I.-I. .,. -vl
- MAI KH'li ."'('nT'r.Kfi(5J,iiH ittn.l, Tnlli, Tcy
n. will net ti a my At-i-nl. AH iiVit a ft villi him
villi be iirmiijnly t 1 ! I nt w luwir cat ! prf.-ii.
J. r. Mil.l.ni,
tin.Vj'. f7 I'lOilnu St, Nfw OiIcuiih, Ltt,
rr(i:e l.lst nl IMinhnni A H-ilt. fl da mtrnl) and
J. 1'. Iliilu. liiiiiiivi''il
Awl N'ortlluim'n
Silvox Toiift'iit- Organs,
Office nrj'3 Sfilivrotiiii No. 8ot Hi UM Hiuoun" Bt.,
o xv O a.' 1 c c, xx o,
J P. HALE'S rsics LIST:
StyU 0, -J50. Sttlt T.S'-'On. Style 8, $350
Style 0, t'OOa.
Thfft iiiniio-1 urn fitif In lore, touch nnl Trry
.lurnlliv. i-ipi I'nr ri('siTlitvicitviilnr. Tln-y nr
H"M i'ii tin I'i'll'iwii.ir toiiiif.: Mi imhIi, $"i ci'h
tn.mth il iiriiis tin. II Mf y ir, Ht winch Sli .r.i'"T
un. Dili uiiiil iKii'l 'nr, 1.1, iVinn n i:rcJ it ut -(! -l
and ill month wn t li platuiri.
f more potivr-nirnf, t!t pnymrnlv eiui be
Organs on- Same Terms.
A fJitfonaat of to perccral
P-r nnuum iillnrol for cn-na
' AUSTIN ct CO.,
Suctii Slot rumicPiiUAriS,
PnllnH,
. DBALEH3 IN
Vi'atclies,
Jeivclry,
'SILVEH
mm
CLOCKS,
13! .ill'
GOLD
i-ik.
PENS
PLATED
WARE.
4 c.
c,.-:..si
We nre airrnia for the Wil'll'im anit Kl.-xlll wateli
a. anil aell Ilium III llie iiihiiii'.h;i"' . i...
l-..iiintrT l full nt nrlli!e lm I tn t iolin laiwa . ol
tli.-ln )' Wawll tile M.irniu O.il.l full, the Ht pen
in llie world, at Mrtuir.riwa. We aell I lieci-uil-Ine
It.iKi'r. llrutliere' .latfJ Wuro. W.nell L.
bliK-H'it p-llrnl liilPirliilUKHVlili' Sji"i-M(.-IOf, ill iroltl,
liTiT ami li!'-l tr.irrin. We keep a B'fiiral aort-
melltof liull-a' nuiR'Uil aCiliea,i pi if".
Wa kee llie Ileal alma oi .ni 11 J " ...n ........
e.. I ru....l.rtiw w irooilrt iivur weok. IVwIiimiIi
a cuoil auMiniuenl f Clutkt, nu.latil rhi'i. 'eki1i
one.irj.iliii Bii. l'l"i" Trauait Iiwlrii
aieiita, by mean, of wlil.n e nmiij a nave nn
rert tiniw. Wo wnrriit our Wuli-lii-. anil I. lurk, tu
sivofa.llin'tion. r.iilu-nUr alllontion pi n lo re.
airin? nn. oiiou. a.. - - ---
e. 4 LU.
June 1, 1872-'ltf.
W.R.IilNI KI.HY
DHALE"3 IN
- Houso Furnishing Goods
atjxj titi wons:,
COKSEB il A It K KT AKD EI.M STUEET3
X3nllra, Texas.
.Inrinar ' y2filh, lhV.I.-19;ilm'ia
A GliAfiD COLD MEDAL !
Wa. awit J.Jat tue Jack-on, , Fair of IKl t.
Coleman's Corn and Wheat Mill!
raa szq2 r.-rizi i: rszs i
lTlret JT.Biliiio awarded 1 ll.e killuwiiif Half Fair
noort-lii, r.vw 1" '
Xw Turk !!, H-
JJi,,lel.pl. ,l,w-1.if!..lKfi;l
1Hi, l-T-i, 1S71 i lvTi
Lnl.lHra, N. 1 li-
Tvia, IIMiien.l.i.i,
mTl le".
Teiie". Ilrenh.ro 1 7
Al... Moiitsoirerr.l 7
temth IWolitnl t'oln m
l.-as, inw, ii.i i.-iii
1,1. lei
Tt haa a'ool the teat of MAorion. e Sir nenilj
. onarter nt a oentory, .n.l kei-l llh
lime. I.v holri rov.TlXTIT 1M -aoire. At emlitren
l.ir.,from S.-w Y-rk Oly to nn-nh.m. Tt.. the
C-.l.man M il ha ,Kr.,ill.T eomnetol with i all
lier well known and pr..m'n-nl Grlet ai.ll. f.;M la
ihi. market and ha l,r.li aw.rjrd tti.rir.t
rr.mlnm fir r"o.Und f.l , i:..lir. w hereter .nl
Itclj elliil.ilod. Ita iKilntnof llir ar
SIMi-CtOltY. PCRATITMTT AND EFFIIMESCT
XI. JtffMwt ein-r.-ridant.tl.m. "m
ir .TlnJlne Tin .'oi..-. rof...lid Fr-Mh l-nrr.
P?l aioaf IV -m-,.her Mill.. The MrheJ
,elii"n-alii from parli". I" AUIi. i'ITd.
L.raii.ianaan.lT'-.. fi"l ' Cir.-aiara anil Price
l,i.t. HMiilarinr.l hy
It M.TPLVT COLFVAS.
r,-rr. 'im T'li-n .it"irl Stee.t. fwne.ile Rt.
.rr-. SiTl-l. n-l "il Ml.'ta "" J Unioa
Street UMC 8u Uiai le. Slieel. Sw Hilean., U.
Ai-.i::i.
drnil Encli.h, ';-.'-.on.
!,-PTT ji .M.-n, ii -i-ton.
.ri,- n Jr tl-1'?. xm Afoa'i.
I . : vr!fua).
(wil.f-liWTll-
ClaVr-haaaTaawsa'aa .'ifefcj
7
CUAKdi: OV TJME!
OnandajtcrMOXDJY,
March 2Jh 1SW,
l'nn"llfffrT'nln w11 rill nn fulUw - :
Aciesi.iuni(nl !nn. 1 Arrtrfttir i Hlwr (try
111 H l a. Ki. Hi rtm I i Ana.
Vm fl:!.'.. ii..tr.t H ai Wan.
T' f i. n i"T' t i v,
I I I. r J r. ti:rftIi. .,e.M..a, rtf. r
!I'')M ut i,' II .. fit, iSiitti'jl if
i'.Ti-.l I Aim if Ml f Un til.
unit V. Hi-it fii hi. f'ii.ntliif
m. , ii-.t.-li iirrfriu at ll.n.n
f inn in ij ; o p. in.
Am- Tinir at fli-l It'vr VUv
Arnomniri'm li-ii ji.1:r. j. n..tj!. Ait-Hn at
LFAYKS ITOlKtON 1 -i"-'!.
i J 4,4 tun !: C. I' tMCr- I"1 IMrr-
SAM. V ' liH'lbOii hi., ami Anf'n
, ; il p. rn., iirrf iii ; m
OiOOr- t: 'I' -u-toDHt tf:Mi a. hi. wxt
.' li'iV.
ruHintuM PiiliKc.Slcrs'lnfr fars
rn ullnc-h
Iliniilun HI'
PnHajr-tltpi r
i!;ino.t.Ui,n Ti-aiii. butn-M-a
' '.li'Mn.
: fr M'fi.'n itiTtitr t- M.ifl and K
uv) llniHtmi ni i " a yi.
Tih1.ii" hi il.i' th. f-illiiwttif pomi'T-
Kpren Trull '
Tlir- ii'- -thm.
vlx :
At Hfnr-i" v iftt f-: t. i'iHi.inf ll.'.:. iln'lv (Siiti.
i!mvm exc-ii'i-in Ni.i'h t .'in p.m. uinl .1 a. ru.;
Pnntli. t 1 -J fit p. m. it tul 1' I ., p. m.
At Tnc ith li I "iiu'i fc to all ilfi' V ct.
At Mr-xh. I'"'" ll,i. i- Toy I'll i (M nnd
ttnttvi. on Nniiiv rt'i'! Wi-i'iti niIuvk.
At IHlln, W.Mt. frit- W i-hMi.-i f.inl -rJ .Ut-'ishoi
MomlHyn, W'ri' tli. nttl Kri'myrt iif 7 ill .. m.
'it, fin Tv,,ir ntn! I.tiU'vlcw, rtnii-licH. Wi-ilrn'ti"
ilny mnl KiH i , it :: iv a. i.-i
For Kurt W.,i tu. hi.1y t 7 no n. m.
"Sniitlitviai-t, i Clr .ii:'u6.'TMi y Mujii.iT'i'T"1'l"J "l
Niirtlitit. I'r It.jnti.n a ni nniiv Hls iiVhiy
W(iliifiili.y at " no . in.
At Hit-nnmi ilnilv (i.r Potiliniii. 1'u.tii Cltn 'my! Un.
anil JffiptfiMi n' i no tn.
WKt.tii I'i.'t r.'iiit,f.ftiu(Vi;ro. ami J'lflfshnro.
trl wwkl.y.
At Heil Ui?rr 'itv. with M'nnni, V;hhhij. anil
Tptbb Tt. tt., ' jc: .if Nnrf h Knur mnl H i 't.
At IjCi1!- 1 1-1 , i-.ih iUIIt Makii fur l.iitirm o.
At MI.h, -A-il', ,i)iiW Hirin (or r.:.wfn p.
. At An-titi, 'iltniiitS.,.r for Hni Urm., yw
Brr.nn relet. S- Aiii(..iw nnd Kl 1'itno.
ThroHch Tf-l; r-t i. -' nt VfoiiHton mid AiinUn to
nil juillit Nortl , 'ifi, jiii.l Wr, vln I-f.il IHrer
L'lTV and .Sow lH!niM, -it'ti iif Ili'ITipHt-.tO 'U"l nrr
nn to a'l Kirtn V'-th. P.A-t rtui V cct, -ii. ' r
li'Htin. Alio vi htuvm H tiirt W Sli ii Al t' H in. V'ri'.ti,-
r-rtoni, Fort tw.ui., j. i.ham, I'ar.s, aud i',k h
ThroKRli Rrir r.i:. I'.lllno) I.ttdliic rlvm from
9lHtioiM OV) 111. 11 111' C'l iflif f'lHlt lO N'-W ' U'lffllin.
Fnrth"mi;ti :itr of Irpltlit tipply t- A. AvK11":
Notthi-rr j. m', IJr.i H.wr Oily, IVx.i-. .111 i II. ' ,
liaUuie, V't t i n .'.Hiil, iS.iii Aliionlo, Txii..
.). DUIUNI), (iti,l H.ipt..
J.WAT.T n, 1. F.a r. A.
lMtCHITV! ,-I-'l T HIT V I tX'ON'DMV!
THE RASHVXLX.E
Life Insuranc Co.,
KASIIVILI.B, TBSSl;.-nB.
Cuariiiilits a!! Kiirrrntlrr Tallies !
Loans Cm.h Surrender Vr,lus to
it. 3 IoIicy-lIo!(ler3.
Iliitio of Am'-H .I'inliiiry 1, ISm'I,
C3.G; to .a.OO Uollfirn
jonN 5i.iia.-isi, iwt iv it. tt. sin ti c,..v.
.- M. II. !IHtllA. Mil -t'l-fil. ol.
T. A. ATI.'II l.-HN. M. 1 , M. it. Ail'r.
II. r. I'Ai.'h I.Ull, Avlilary.
Sam pTTv'KKJHT,
3. V, WltlllHT,
Spit-Iiil Aki fir tlallin ami inirr-nirlln romiti"..
r..r ivr Klr.TY TFAHS 11.1
PURELY" VJEGETAELE
L11 i:H M KOK'INe! J rov. d to l,e tl.e
for T.ivrn r.i.w iistio-' Ii. r'n!i.l ol-in ivj. UT".
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talk'. Ml'K H r All M-IIR. r...r, ierre-i..i
lie Ml. K tT'lIA:M. Iumi lli'ire, l"I.U"
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ofiT .-r" of ererirl ei? oT-Iro. na. lo ril a
t... fi'ni ;',.--il .liaini-l. wo n i-rod ive fM.'O oar
or 'iiil 'I'Hvittr I'-.i.-.nr.
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tl-a Poa.-ia, it.rloe aa tiefo" ,)....'! ""pet r";-
h.,l l-y th. I, l-''l.
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