yesterday's Proceedings la Ilie
No New Developments at the
Presiding Justices Required to
Make Duplicate election
Introduction of Several Import-
(Special U k) .iil-li In tin' lmlliis Herald.
Austin Juiiuuiy 1".
In tho Suimte an wl to ivgulnli'
ilui'ketH mid tliu linxltimi of i'ui'S In
tliUiSuiH'i'ino Cuurt wiih imsscrl.
A resolution wiih iulniili.il rcMiiiiiiiiK
priwiiliiiKjiiHticoH to Diako out ilnpl U'ato
returns of the hilei'lt'i'tion ami forwnnl
tlii'in to tlin (loveninr.
Mr. r.niil.Nliaw'rt resolution torocmi-
HldlT till) V()tC Oil llCVSllll'rS wiih
ii(loitfil anil nu'inlii i'saUiiwiMl !o neli'rt
thi'lr own imptTH.
In tholIoiiKuu 1111 iviiniiini! presid-
ing justices to nmlii' out thiplieati" rt
tuniH of (lie lull? clcetion for Comptrol-
ler Tri'iininvr Connnlssioncr of liiunl
Olllce Superintendent of Instruction
mid tho Constitutional amendments
was passed. Tlie eoniinillee on news-
papers reported and Mr. Couliran's res-
olution wan adopted that ten copies he
furnished each ineinlier of any paper
they may select provided said paper
published full proceedings of eaeli
house mid did not charge moro than
woven centw per copy.
A bill making an appropriation of
twenty thousand dollar for the con-
tingent expenses of tho Fourteenth
Legislature was introduced; also a
bill to fix vemio in certain cases; also
u hill to regulate tho culling of the
docket in tho .Supreme Court.
Mr. Sayies favored Its immediate
passage; tho exigencies of tho case de-
Mr. Harris of (inlvoston considered
It ft very Imporlant hill hut favored its
commitment till Monday. He said
they had progressed as rapidly as their
constituents had desired them to do.
The bill was referred to await new de-
velopments. I have heard nothing In regard to
Davis' resigiuit ion to-day. Everything
is quiet. .
1 E. J. Davis Makes Another
Application For Troops.
The President Again Refuses to
Comply With Ills Bequest.
Proceedings of the Mexican
War Veterans' Convention.
Washington 1). C January 17.
The Attorney General this afternoon
Mcntthe following telegram to Gover-
nor Davis of Texas in response to his
second call for military assistance:
BCl'AUT.MKNTOF JrSTH'K )
Washington Jiimmry 17. J
To Governor K. J. Davis Austin Texas :
Your telegram slating that accord-
ing to the Constitution of Texas you
were Governor until the isth of April
and that Hon. Kic.hard Coke has been
inaugurated anil will attempt to seize
the Governor's olllce and buildings and
calling upon the President for militrry
assistance has been referred by hint to
me for answer and I am Instructed to
say that after considering tho fourth
flection of article four of the Constitu-
tion of Texas providing that the
Governor shall hold his olllce tor
tho term of four years from tho time
of his installment under which you
claim and section three of the election
declaration attached to said Constitu-
tion under which you were chosen
and which provides that the State and
other ollleers elected thereunder shall
hold their respective ofllees for the
term of years prescribed by the Con-
stitution beginning from the day of
their election under which the Gov-
ernor elect claims the otlh-e ; and more
than four yars having expired since
your election ho Is of the opinion that
your right to the office of Governor nt
this time Is at Icuis so doubtful that he
does not feel warranted in furnishing
United States troops to aid you in
holding further possession of it and
he therefore declines to comply with
UEOIKIE U. WILLIAMS
The Mexican veterans on their re-
turn to their hull the President called
their attention to a beautiful vase
which had been placed upon the center
table in front of the platform unii
which came from South Carolina. I te
asked the convention to receive it
standing. He then called upon Judge
Mackey of South Carolina to give its
history. The voseetnnds upon a square
base o'f about ten bv twelve Inches and
threo inches in height resting upon
eagles claws all of solid silver and beau-
tifully chased in frost work represent-
ing the charge and repulse at ewwr-
This vase was purchased solely by
the ladies of South Carolina three
thousand subscribing for that purpose.
Above is the following Inscription on
the front: "Presented by the ladles of
South Cro)lna tq Major General
p silt 00
Andrew .IinUm January S 1M.1."
Tho IllhcrlplloiiNou the uhvi..e are the
coat of alius (lf Smith Carolina and
lliollo in full: "I'lvcntcil hv General
JiicUhiiii to Captain W II staidev In
li'Uht for the last survivor of the 'I'iiI-
kludge Mackey said the vane Mils pre--rilled
In GellrlaUarkHiin ly lliu bulk
ol IheThli'ly-nlntli Congressional Ds-
li'lrt of South Carolina at the close of
the war of IMi Jueluiui bciiirulhcd
ll to I lie Stale to he given In the luiili
who In lliu nexl foreign wiir hlmiilil be
drenied entitled to It by nels of Vidor
and gallantry. It was derided inter
Ihe last war that no one man should
be selected to hold It and It Was pre-
sented to W. II Stanley to holillii liusl
for the last Mirvlviiis of the ralmetlo
A resolution was adopted asking
Congress to remove the disabilities of
(hose who took part In the Mexican
war. but who were engaged In the lute
civil war from receiving pensions.
Judge Mackey then reported a con-
stitution and by-law s for the govern-
ment of tliu pi'i'iiimieiit association to
be kliowiiathe"Niiiliinnl Association
of Veterans of Hie Mexican War" and
providing for Its ollleers and mode of
uiamigeineiit mid for mi annual meet-
ing In Washington on Ihe d day of
February that being one of the days
upon which the battle of liueiia Vista
was fought as well as being the birth-
day of Washington.
Dr. Todd of Ohio nltcrcd a resolu-
tion tendering Ihe thanks of Ihe Con-
vention to Dr. Tilhiny and the authori-
ties of the Metropolitan church for
the favors extended to them in the use
of tho church yesterday. Adopted.
.1. V. Grlllilh of Iowa tillered a res-
olution which was adopted urging all
the delegates to usethelrinllueiice with
Slide Legislatures to puss Joint resolu-
lions calling upon members of Con-
gress to pass nets carrying out the
objects of the Convention.
They elected the following ollleers of
the permanent association: President
General George Caldwnlhider; also a
Vice President and a ( ousellor from
each State and Territory; live Secre-
taries and a Treasurer. The conven-
tion to-night adjourned sine die. The
proceedings were harmonious and the
delegates rejoiced I liat old friendships
had been renewed In their persons
coming from all sections of the United
Him. It. A. ltcevea.
From tlie Jell'erson lleiuocriil.
Among tho Judges who have graced
the Supreme bench of the Stale with
honor and credit none of thein have
won brighter laurels nor a moro sub-
stantial reputation for probity and
ability Hum the gentleman 'whose
name heads this column. Judge
Peeves lived in this city lor several
years but our acquaintance with J i i lit
began hi Anderson count v years ago
where he had the confidence and es-
teem of the people ami was respected
by such lawyer as Donley Itoolh An-
derson and homier as a profound jurist
and a just Judge.
Ho was elected to the position of
District Judge for several consecutive
terms and that district was loth to
give him up when he determined to
enter the Confederate service. While
In the army the people elected him to
tlie Supreme bench and ho was thus
called home to take his seat as u mem-
ber of that high tribunal. It was cer-
tainly a high honor but yet it was an
earnest of what ho was worth to his
State as a jurist. His whole record is
one of which in this day he may well
Numberless chances have presented
themselves for him to have occupied
high positions under the Radical ad-
ministration of the State but he pre-
ferred to preserve his reputation pure
and unsullied by declining to affiliate
with a party that has drawn down
odium upon itself from the enlightened
people of tho whole country. Hut
now when mi administration elected
by tho people is about to go
into power when a government set
up by the proper authority is about to
bo inaugurated we mention lteiiben
A. Reeves' name in connection with a
high appointive office knowing that
ho would esteem it an lienor to accept
It. Whose claims are superior to his?
We believe that his appointment by
Hie newlyelootedaduiinistration would
meet with universal approval for ho
is competent honest and has proven
A Horse Ttiief I.ynelied null Anollior
One In Ton.
As we go to press we learn of the
lynching of a horse thief on the night
of tho 1 Utli instant. Ho was found
suspended to a tree about threo quar-
ters of a mile west of tho slaughter
house near tlie city. The supposition
is that he was hanged by the sumo par-
ties who had the man Bishop in
charge Monday and who is yet to
hear from. AVo are unable to learn
the name of the lynched man but
are informed that he has relatives liv-
ing near the city who went early the
next morning and cut him down and
Within the past few nights several
horses have been stolen from parties
within the city and there is no doubt
of the existence of a well organized
band of thieves in this vicinity. Wo
regret very much that our people re-
sort to lyiich-law for protection and
sincerely' hopo the laws of our land
may in'the future bo respected in ad-
ministering punishment t such tlepro-
dators. Denison News 14th.
One of tho most laconic men we
have heard of is an Aberdeen farmer
upon whom a young man wishing to
marry hi daughter called one day.
The farmer happened to bo plowing
in the Held. Tho hesitating lover
after running parallel with the fur-
row several times around tho Held
and essaying with all his courage to
utter the important question at last
forced out a prefatory half volumeful
of sentences ending with "I siiouni
like to marry your uaugiiieiv .
Kahmkii. "Take her and use her
well. Whoa haw buck!"
Thk question of tho better protection
i.. -..! ii-lll Pimm tin ill Coni'ress
soon after tho recess. It will be treated
in two separate measures one uni
rr the tinfetv of transit
Will ll..'.v tf - -
on the ocean and the other after
Tj.ir if put .eh. Iii bis hut letter
from Cuba hits It very neatly when he
savs: "Surely tlw universe holds no
richer cup mid no cup can hold a niud-
.1:..- - rn iliidlltpflll lidllOl'. tllHIl
comes of this dissolving Pearl of the
John C. Drkckixbiwie is spoken of
an a candidate for governor of Kentucky.
Boot Shoe and Hat House
AT TUH HIUH OF
THE GOLDEN BOOT
Fields' Thoator Building
Tim Iiiiic"! uml lii'tl wlt'i'tiil Miiflt of
Boots Shoos Hats and Leather
IN NdltTlliaiN TKXAM.
I'li'sli ui rivals Inmi tlie II hi MiitiiUiii'liirli'ii
la llu' Wi'ilil
EVBnY XV 13 XJ It
We inn liu
JJOOTN AND RlIOIvS
to iiu'iiiuiv Iii mir own IIhiimi Wii liuvti n
iiuinlii'i' ui llu'
Bost Bootniakors iii Ainorica
WV t'uii lit fverylmily iiml no iiIiih will be
IIIIVlt 111 lll'HHt nil
Our Ladies' and Children's
IS KKl'Kl l M.l.V
Kull unil Comploto.
Wo liiTltc I Ik' I.iiiIIi'k (o oiilliiml cxiiiiiliie
1 1 A 'V S A IS' 1) C A I H
IN ESIU.KHM VAItlKTV.
Our Motto "(IIIKAl1 I'OK CASH."
l.KATMKIt AND I'lNlil.NtlSI'Oll
SHOEMAKERS AND SADDLERS
HEED & LATIIROP
Booksellers and Stationers
AUK BKI.LINU TltKIK KTOl.'K OK
Books JStationory Artists' Matorial
Cbcapcr Than Any House In Dallas.
CALL AND H1C1C TJH
ON AUSTIN SXJJl.l IT
a i2. in'
THE SOUTHER?. HOTEL
IS NOW tll'EX AH A FIRK'M'I.AHS
Purl los wlNlilim liimiil will flnil tliu lio.it of
iK'i'omiuodulIoiin tlthcr Willi or without
Frices IReasonable to Suit the Times.
a. iimsii & co.?
O A LV'ESTO Sr
T I I K 1' A. R T Y
A TWENTY VARA CHAiN
From u" Willi otlior (jooils omitti'it lilit k1-
mit lire to lliclrltiT
Houston Jamiiiiy 15. audit
A. . SHATTITI'K J. U W. Pit ARKH
of Callfoinlu. of MIkh1s1i1
T. ('. HI VERA of LoiiRliuin.
Shattuck Pharos & Co.
N. 7 IMniii Htvcoi
lli'twcon Austin and Murket Hlreets
('nnsiptimenU sol lei t pI nml Kpcolnl attoq
tliin xivon to tlip mile of K'i'tiCK.
Hiiles enoli tiny nt 11 oVlu;k A M. nml 6
o'clock p. -ttliilm
x oy -at
CIiihh No. 917 drawn Jnnunry 8.
'liiM No. 918 draws Jiiinmry !W.
(.'Inss No. Pill drawn February 17
rinw No O draws Murcli l).
rnpltul prine tlOO.ono
Moronil tristt- 601100
Third prl. UWHiO
Fourth prize 5000
Four liundml and fifty prized from 15000 to
.'too eiieli. .
Price nf whole tickets iX ; half tickets f 10 ;
quarter ticket tS.
Address all orders to Manuel Orrantlrt 1C8
Coiiiiiion street New Orleans Wldlm
New Blacksmith Shop.
The underpinned tins opened a new Illnck-
smitli !S!i'ipopioslte W. 11. Itiiblienum's livery
stnlile Klin street where lie has experieaeed
A GOOD 8TPCK OP MATERIAL.
Tie loUclta the patronage of the public
bL'T-o iPn 333
To IEctlsLo Room foi
During tliu Cli'iii'iuico Stilt' which
I'diiHiilt tlit'lr own InkTi'Mtn by fxiiiiilnliiK thin Stork lioforo niitklng bi'Ii-
tloim to iiIhco lie fore tho ptKijili' of Dulliix nml MiirriiiiiulliiK roiiiili'y tho
city niul nil lit our wi'U-kuown low ii'lct'M.
Remember tho Old Stand next door to Sclmeidi
JANUAKY 7 1H7J.
llni Hemoved lilt Hardware tstMbllsliuienl Hie; Corner More lu Nanuei
M lilt h he In reHired lu Hell nl M Lolemlo null Iteliiil n lliu lotveml 4 HlllO(l
Call before urrhaelK eUenliere.
BOOKS STATIONERY ETC.
THE NEwlioOK STORE
Franklin & Penn
Are now opening on Mum two doom oust
of AiiHllti Ktioel
I I) A I L AN
The largest mid most oleitunt nlock ol
Books Stationery Gold Pens
Albums Varieties Etc. Etc.
Kver liroiiRlit to Northern Texan wlilcli they
oiler at wholesale or rutall.
'J'liey cull expeelal intention to their Mock
of illitnk llookx Albiimn HIIiIch Hymn.
Imks Kino rioup. I'erfiimcry ViitlnR
DcsIih Work lloxen IlrewilnK anil Card I'awH.
In Kiiiirt they are prepiirwl to furnish any-
tlilinc luiiiul Ina tlrst-ctass hookslore and us
they purulinsn direct from the miiinifitnltiri'r
tin y lire euiihlcil to ofl'er Ki'oHl liidiieeinents
to the trade and they very respectfitlly
Invite an Inspection nftiiulr u"0.1s. ill-dlf
Aireiitft for WllNon'a Printing; Ink.
On Lamar street one door south of Main aud
lu rear of the Dalian County Bank
Have always on hand a well (elected (took
of Imported and Domustlo
Casslmcres Broadcloths and Coatings
which they offer to the public at a living
price a good m guaranteed.
Tin; Vcw Vork (Store
ON Et.M HTHEET
Between I-imar and Austin streets la of-
fered for rent. Enquire of
J. D. PATTEN
2HH12-. or J. A. Bl)l'8FI.L.
The copartnership her'tnfore exlHtlni tin-
der the tlrm imn.c of K"sh A HollenbeeK in
the hotel lnsin'(is in this dav dissolved by
liiiituiil eonsenl Mr. I! 1'. Hush hnvfngsold
Ills entire interest to Mr. K K. Koot. The
liabilities to lie settled by Hiillenheclt dt Root
and all accounts due the old firm must he
paid to the new firm.
4auunry R 1.17'.
THE IIEIlAt.UM taciitties for executing
A Ll K1NIWOF PHINTINU ra unior-
paued In Northern Toxaa.
ORDERS Ord TV for Cardi Bill Heads
. W liny
Ck III ll
oil les of
li nil mil'.
OF THEIR II M I
will I'oiitliuii' fur the uuiiilli of
Steel Nails Wa
All Orders Accompanied Wit!'".
BOOTS SHOES AND LEATHERI'h-
II. O. 1
Boot and Shoe Mak
Roulh end of Clark A llryim's
New Building Corner of Milling
I.aimir Ml reels
QUINN Sc. SHIELD S
E K 1 XL t O X-e
115 Main 8tree
BAST Or FOUNSB.V
Aro prepieptti-ed to contract for nil
HOlSH.SKlJt AM) i)ltrOUATIVKP AlK'fs"
PAPKK Il.iXGIMI J..AZIXfl '
Orders promptly attended to and mi'1'
tlon nimiimteed. 2H..
AUSTIN & CO.
Main Street Pal Ian T
(Xext to FirldV Theater) j
Fine Gold and Silver Wat?
RepnlrlnK Fine Wslfhms Nperl
N; B.-We will sell the best goods
lowest prloes. i
To all Points: 1
BOUGHT AND SO
Ullre al Uie ( rulrkfleld Hon f
DATjIjAS - TEXS
A. IX JOHNSON Afi.
WINES MO LIQUORS.
HUM. U MIKiM. J f CAI.IIWKI.I
MIERS & CALDWELL
WlU)I.ICWAlK MCAI.iatH JN
I oiti:i..v v iomi:stu'
llsve on Intuitu oompliiiii iiuortiiient of
Mines Cordials Hitlers Klc.
OPl'OSITK FIELDS' TIIEATKS.
Street Cars Pass tho Door
KIN' KIT OF IKIIIHSTTO AXU hlFOUTKU
Wines Liquors Cigars
V'lnest place of resort lu tho City. All the
latest spiulliIK papers mid tho luadlnii dulllca
voiiHlutitly on tile.
TIIOMAH ll. JAMKH
MiiuiiKer uml I'riipi lctor.
Guaranteed Perfectly Pure and of
tho Highest Grade.
BOGEL & EIDDLE
TIIR 11 KMT OK
CONSTANT' Y ON HAND.
In eoimei'lloii In the ioMilr
Of " The Isle of Cuhii."
SSId llii. . W TAMU HT.
The Way of the Transgressor is Hard"
Ho It will ho with those who sell an Infei ler
1 therefora lake pleasure In Informing the
puhlln. and my nuniereus friends in Dallas
that I have on hand
Whiskey llmt Is Five Yours Old
and No. land I defy any one to produce n
better and purer article. For usiuuple call nt
Tlio ?nrlor Balooc
one door east or Hollsliutt'B restavirant where
yon will Bud
E. A. Huff and C. M. Kendall
to oflleaito behind the bar aud since they
"Old Spook's" Nest
Willi fifty down eggs In it they aro going to
Egg Nogg and Tom and Jerry
and good whiskey till you onn't rest.
1 have also a nice Heading Hoom where
geutleiiieii call Hint all of the latest papers.
Also a private room where gentlemen can
retire ami have a sociable oliiit.
A eiuar stand. Kor further Dartlcnlars
enuiilru at the Parlor Saloon.
Formerly of tho firiitof Feiulley & Miller.
i:.staijmsiii;i IX 1810.
CAZAUX & VERGNOLE
DISTILLATION OF FRENCH CORDIALS
AND LICiUOKS OK ALL KINDfl
And Importenior Wines Diandlen etc cto.
7S Ola Levee St.-et Xcir Orleans.
No.85 Austin street in the Sonter Bniliine
Tllia extiihllshiiient la nlock! with h
flneHt brandNof wlneaand llinmra ti hanh.
titined and ranks an the finest million In the
city. A fine Millard hall with four of "he
latest style tables connected with tlie saloon.
All Customers walloJ on bj Ihe Pniprlrlorn.
The best of
MIXES LiqiORS AND C1GABS
Constaiitly on hand Elm street opposite
California wagon yard.
anuim i'. E. r. ami proprietor.
THE HERALD JOB OFFICE
Han been thoroughly rrorgatiluwt and U
hilly prepared to do ail kinds of JOH
PIUNTlNll In the latest style and at the
vry lowest price trim dlaptteb
arx e a t -A.tr n an t.
M. 1 10FF8TA1JT. l'rop'r
Mailt Street Dalit Texi.
He has Just fitted up ft large number O
eoniliiriiililti ami (ileit-niil ruoiiu and aplvu
MEALS AT. ALL HOUSS.
l'uriluiihir alleiillon paid to the aooouiwja
tlon of oomimirelal travelers.
Ilenditiiurleis of Trunslur Mile of Text!
An Oiualbue Rum to All Tralsi
Aueut for Fausl's eetiilirnled Il-lllmnr-
(l slurs. Also Madilla lioek UysUusof New
Vork can he. ublitlnrd wholesule and retail;
cclvcd dully by exiaiwi UysUna by tho oaa.
nnei. 3 ni.'i n .nil veni.HI. lliu IIUIIVV HIV rs-
t'UHNKH OK KMl AND JKK.'EllHON HTM
lIOLLKXUKfK St UOOT Prop's. lOOdly
JOIIXSOX I DAVENPORT Proprietor.
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE.
Wh tllinriLlitiu tlm ltfuit umtntniiinitiktlmiB In
It. M. Horlpture & Co.
CUIINKn OV JFKKIMOM AND I'OUHKHCKBTBEKn
Faolng the Square
AI STIJI tiTKEKT JEFFKRS05 IKIIS.
T. C. JOHNSON Q. H. BUSSE
ltWd.'hu c. MrlMM'UALI. Clerk.
(formerly Ilrooka House)
Vloksburg Monroe Arkansai Mtui.
field Stags aud General Tioket
OfHoa at this Bouio
V. T. BROOKS Manager
HIVK VOi n BAUUAOK Til HKtBKX.
F(MtT WORTH - . TEXAS.
J.M. VDVAIS Proprietor.
Th liircfNt. bent nrrtmuMtl and univ flmU
oltUM hulL'l hi tliuvily. 'MMly
(Lute of the Exchange)
WILLIAM TELL HOUSE
COU. MAKKKT AND COMMERCE 8TS.
j. V. HOIINY rropj-ltor
'1'IiIk Iioiiho him been thorouulilr refitted.
and will be found tho eheapeHtand best In
tho city. Hpecliil attention paid to trauBlent
Kaiiiieraand tmvelen wlshlii to stop over
nlulit will lie only chained the am all auuiof
Hoard and lodging perweek $ 6 00
liiiar without loilKlng per week......... 6 00
ine oeKi oi aceoniniouutionii uuarameeu.
o n. Xj u 3V s
(oiumeree St. . Italian Texa.
(Next door to J. J Kendley'i.)
Wo are tiiklnu Dav Boarders at SS.00 tmr
We furnlNh meals at all hours from the
Very best the market affords.
We supply families with fresh ovatein In
any quantity desired.
Wo have a fli-st-class Bar altanhed to nnr
Kestniirant where in addition to oyster on
the"hall-tibcll"the llueMt liquors of all kind!
We endeavor to plciwo every one and res-
pectfully request a liberal portion of the
2iU(IOui 4MOI.T A MILLER.
SAFES AND SCALES.
Fire and Burglar Proof
Fairbanks' Platform Counter and
1 am the Agent for Marvin A Co.'s and
Herring's Fire and Burglar Proof Safes; also
for Fairbanks' Hcalea which. I will sell at
J. W. SCHEME
ELM BTUEKT. DALLAS TEXAS.
Scales & Cotton Beams
HAT RCA LEU COTTON HCALEB
Counter and Platform Scalea
OK ALL DESCRl PTI0N8 AND BlZEf
Gunraiitffd Correct and lellaM
Froeinner's Steel Hills ftir rlnlln I'ni-r.
Cotleti Druw and Mplcea Mile' Money
niarin urawer ana Kiiriver letter Couylua
Press for sale at New York prices by
W. B. IKJWMAI.
2ihlm 63CaroD street. Now Orlean
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
MRS. C. M. CHANDLER
IV o. 3 9Iaionl Tempi
The la rgest st ock of n!- Goods In the Btota.
Prleea low as those of New York. Lad"'
hair made over fcndoomtdMN wade f.
McCaler, D. & Bartholow, J. N. The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 18, 1874. Dallas, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth279985/. Accessed December 19, 2014.