The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 310, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 8, 1874 Page: 1 of 4
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DALLAS TEXAS SUNDAY MOKNINCi FKHKUAKY 81874.
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Ycsferu's Proi'erdlnKM of llu
New Apolnf ments by (iowrnor
C'tc Kills Introduced.
Sm'(1iIIh)ihI('Ii to tin lullan lpiulil
Ai'4'i l'Vlmiuiy 7. Iii Hid wiiiitu
tlio fCIiiI I'ommittco re'mrteil the
mien i pnu'i'ilimi In the ciiscn if
Miiri'laml liili'diltiucil u roMoliitlmi
JiiHtrinfc "IB u-Uonii'y kciictuI to
lirliiiult nnulimt Juiik'h DhvhIhoii
i J I't lund iiskcd u hiihjhmisIou of
tlie.Ii to tiilte iip the hill to'tmiwiri
Uicjiirlcciith section of tin net to
pi'cde lor the iulili(!u(ion ol' the tU
cl in of the Supri'ino court.
8hi'm. C'tilhoi'son lliillnnl ami Kills
w nppolntrd on Hie linpt'iu'limcnl
ci.niittuc mill Messrs. l)illnrd.Mooro
in Ii'cland on the Joint eommlltw on
riKti'icUiij' tho Hutte.
lu hciihIo ('onllrnied iippolntmcnls
a follows: J. V. (ii'ay iissoi'iato
jelct' of Hie Siipiviiie court vlco Hal-
Igor rctiigned; M. II. lloiincr jmlgo
.the Tenth district; K 1'. Ticket pro-
iloiinl judge of the First district dur-
the impeachment of M.
iiinihei's. Notaries lor Dallas A. II.
.eiiKull John W. Lane and 0. M.
In the house Ihu motion to recon-
ider the vote on the brunches of the
Supreme court was decided out of order
t.V the speaker.
The report of the Finance committee
3ii the bill providing an appropriation
to supply dellcietinies for the fees of
eherifl's and other officers for 1ST.! w as
1! mended and the report was adopted.
The special order the bill for the
protect inn of landlords and tenants
was made the special order for Wed-
nesday. A bill was passed locating the coun-
ty seat of Trinity county and todetlne
t lie boundary line of Gregg county.
The hill for frontier protection wns
made the special order for Tuesday
A bill was introduced to create the
county of Gano; an net authorizing
parties to sue hi District courts for head
rigjit certificates ;' to incorporate the
Hi) Grande and Kl Paso if ail road com-
paiy. Jr. Kujipsoii introduced a bill for
tlureliefof railioads indebted to the
Htae on account of school funds.
Ajoint resolution was reported pre-
senting the rules of procedure for the
itnpnchmeiit of Judges Cooper and
Climbers by address. Adopted. Ji.
TIiiGranscrs-Tlie Next Session
o be Held in Charleston
Dcftt of the Ministry in the
Thclrst Suit Under the Illinois
i Railroad Law.
HtjOI'is February 7. At the ses-
sion the Grange to-day sixteen hun-
dred ubordinate Grange were rc-
portdn Missouri. The constitution
and Haws will be printed in all the
langircs by special orders. The sixth
degrtwas conferred to-day. Charles-
tn is selected by the cotton
KtaU'or the next place of meeting
and miotion Charleston was uimiil-
linoiu chosen amid great applause.
Brotl Taylor in the name of South
Curoli and all the .States of the
Soutleturned thanks for the iinani-
inoiiste nml assured the members
that efforts would ba spared by the
citizeof Charleston to make their
visit : tho city pleasant ami the
sessiof the Grunge agreeable.
Jo?N February 7. The I'ost of
this ruing tliinkB it quite certain
that dstone will resign the premier-
ship brc the new Parliament assem-
bles. io press of the city unani
inons-ecognizcs the completeness of
the dit of the government in the
n im-ptillir WHS held ill Ol.
Januqunre hut night for the pur-
liosc expressing syuu'i"jf
llomUlinOllCS in Mi" .-
Thtcainship Aninassauiu .-.
brolOIH Hpr inoori.H-
LHt(y and was curried some dis-
ViiKithc .Tliames uciore inmr-
1 in securely ancnorniK
... ut...m.r was adrift she
Uh thirty-two colliers sinking
tvUhein and ianiagin uu..-..
HAmen on the colliers were
4nK February" -The grand
Jurvooklyn this 'nornlngprese.it-
ed tidictnicnt" uBaillst
biii'puty m wot' V'e
eniWentof over $W while In
from tall riv-
et for York m run Into off
Walcli i ist Kt bvthe I'mvl-i
deuce propeller 1iivIh Tho Newport
was badly damaged
The hiu.w Hiorni o( last ninlil inter
ferrcd with the iirrival of the mulls
here to-day. The riilhidclphla mnll
was two hours ami forty minutes IhIc
and the Alleiitown ihroiixh mall five
hours ami the tin gli Southern due
at il:1.1 this iniiiiilnn did not arrive
Ciiic.vuo February 7.--A Hprliigllcld
disialeh says a suit has been brought
agaiiiHl (he Chlciigo and Alton railroad
by the attorney general of fho Klate
for vliihitloiis of law. The attorney
general recites several cases In which
more than fair and reasonable com-
pensation bus been charged by the
company fur pussciiKcrs us well as
freight and demands damages. This
is the first prosecution of the kind and
the result is looked for with great ln
M VIIUi:iS IIY TKI.KUIUPII.
Hr.W Vokk February 7. Cotton- Ni'l
ivei'lpls l.sao bulcs; uronn d:ll(l bulcs. Cotton
(Inn; hhIl-h 1'i'Jii Imlosiit liWltl'.e
Mouoy eaxy ut Jfi llupiiwiilullvin of
wveriil pramlnniit tiiivlns luniks wore in
Wall Miwt to-dny tryliiK to Imy nuvern-
uit'iilN hi imli'r lo fin ploy tlielr surpliiH
fiii. Us ihu triinuvi IihvIiik tilvon it)i all Iiu'k
ortimllliK their iiimiHy nu cull owlim to tin.
1 1m 11 I'll tli'imoiil unit low rnli-K of Intorest.
Umiksiiiid liiHiii'itiicn I'on.pntili'K wcii' iiIho In
I lie iniiiknt fur the kiiiiiu luirpuse ami thin
rivalry for IioiiiIh muxi'il a sliuip ailvniieo In
luii'CN to-day. lmllvliltial Investvni ronllii-
lust their putrliiiKi'ii of illvlileiiit payliiK
railway sliarua thu ettoi'tol which was seen
In a fiirtlior rlsti In iirlci'N on the stock ex-
chaiiKK The fiint lx ninney lias Iipcmiiu) n
piTfi'i'l itrii la tho niarki't anil the tlnani'lal
Nllnatloii ixllki'ly In continue eiiny fur n limn
time to ciimn.
Kxi'haiiKu I'losi'il thill mill hi'iiv.r at il.HIIy.
(iiilil llrnier at 11i-i Houthvru lunula
quii't and noinlniil.
l.ivKKi'Ooi Felrimry 7 I i. m. Cuttini
Sales of uplands notlilnn lielow low mid-
dling Kliliipoil Juuuaiy ainl 1'Vhruay 7l;H0d;
Otli'iins iiolhlttJjiilow low liilililllnKi ship-
ped Juniiury anil Fehruury KVI.
Nkw Oitl.KA.vs February 7. CoUuii Mlil-
illliiH toHtrict inlildlliiK 1;iJbhI(I14o; kooiI mid-
illliiK 17e. Hi'i'elpts 77711 Imlus. Exports-
Client llrltoln a.fllt! bales; eontliieiit 6r!";
I'oastwlso l;S.iS. Stock ;i 111 1 111 bales; unsold
linlil 11 Sliilit
:Ui l-2ij. .17 l-l.
Ol Ilie Sprrlnl Committee of the House
of ItriiresenlnllvrM on the House Bill
ICiilllliil "An Ait to llrnneh the
Niiireme Court of the Ntate."
In the house of Representatives on
the 4th instant Mr. Cochran of Dallas
submitted the following:
Hon. Clny M. Iliynn Speaker of the House of
A minority of your special commit lee
on branching the Supreme court to
whom was referred house bill No. 14(1
requiring- them to consider and report
ns to the most proper and suitable
places of holding the other two branch-
ed of the (Supreme court of this State
other than the city of Austin beg
leave to make a minority report dis-
senting from the report of the majority
of your special committee for and
upon the following reasons;
First It appeared that the city of
Houston u prominent candidate for
the location of one of the brunches of
said Supreme court had no represen
tative upon that committee.
Second That while we do not pro-
pose to detract from tho city of Tyler
ntiv merits that she can justly claim
disclaiming at the sumo time uuy sel
fish motives of pecuniary interest in
tho locution of any brunch of said Su-
preme court at any place ami actua-
ted only by a desire to secure tho
greatest gooil to tho greatest number
and believing that this can only be
accomplished by a due considcrution
and respevl for geogrupliieul position
population location natural unit ac
quired advantages of the places to be
selected for the holding of said Su
preme court would rcspeeluily state
that the city of Dallas has the advan-
tage over Tyler in nil these respects.
l!v reference to the man of the State
of Texas we find that the city of
Dallas is the most central point north
of the city of Austin. We find that
tho distance from Ked river to the city
of Dallas is equal to the distance from
Dallas to the parallel which equally
livides the distance- from Dallas io
Austin. We also find mat lianas is
about two hundred miles west of the
eastern boundary of the State and
about two hundred and fifty miles east
of the most western settlements di-
rectly west of the city of Dallas and
near live hundred miles east of the
western boundary lino of the State. It
is clearly perceivable that the city of
Dallas is the geographical center of
Hie present inhabited portion of the
State in which one branch of the Su
preme court is to be located and tliat
Tyler is too far east of the above men
tioned section oi (tie nunc ueiug oniy
about one hundred miles due west of
the eastern boundary lino of the State
and about four hundred miles eust of
the extreme settlements on the west.
ISesides the city of Dullas bus a popu-
lution of ten thousand inhabitants
while Tyler has only about four thou
sand five hundred. Uesldes the city
of Dallas Is located in a benltliy section
of country surrounded by a rich and
fertile mill. Willi a inriiiy industrious
energetic and rapidly iucieasing popu-
at tin. nce?sslile liy ruiiroan irom ine
east north and south and destined
soon to become tho railroad center of
We further claim that some consider
ration should be given to the wants of
the ran i lv urowint: wciji ana would
respectfully represent that the city of
Tvler is eutirelv too fur east for their
convenience ami that in our opinion
all those living between the two
branches of the Texas and Pacific Rail-
road as fur east as Texnrknna along
the line to Sherman and ns far east as
Jefferson along the line to Dallas and
especially those living west ol the 1 ex-
its Central would prefer coming to
Austin even rather than go to Tyler
ns those livini? west of the Texas Cen
tral would either Iinve to trayej the
dirt road to Tyler or ehu leave their
iHiUJes in the livery stables of the rail-
road stntioiis ut enormous costs in or-
der to reach Tyler by rail. Taking In-
to consideration the geograpicul ad-
vantages of Dullas over Tyler together
with the facts that Dallas as a com-
mercial city Is second to but two ota
eis In Die State and her rupld
increase In population rising In (he
short space of twelve mouths
from four thousand to ten thou.
miiiI Inhabitsnts together with
ti hrilllunt prosKKt of doubling her
population in the near future and des.
tlued soon to lie the railroad center of
the great Suite of Texas and that she
has a court house built of hard rock
almost equal o the cnpltol building
ill Austin being one hundred and
twenty feet long uud slxiy-slx feel
wide two stories high with two upier
rooms of sixty -six by sixty feet eiich
with ample jury rooms of which she
proposes to furnish one snllleleitt and
commodious room for the holding of
tlie Supreme court in with sulbelent
jury mid library rooms all free of
charge (o the State we would respect-
fully ask that the claims of the illy or
Dallas be duly weighed and considered.
Hoping that 'the greatest good may lie-
erne to the greatest number we most
respectfully ask that this minority
report be properly received and favor-
ably considered. Very respectfully.
To the hurdwure houses of II. II. Ie
A Co. and Fiuicher & North Moronity
Wulsh A Co. ut the old stand on Mlhuu
street we are pleased to observe are
keeping up the reputation of the old
firms both us regards quality ucd
quantity of stock curried. This house
has on hand a magnificent assortment
of mrrlniiltiiiuil Inililelni'lllM. mochlllllCB'
tools etc. which iney are disposing oi
. . . . . . . i ...... t
at low ngures. j'urcnascrs in mo in-
terior will find every Inducement held
out by Moroiiey Walsh & Co. Olvo
them a call we assure satisfaction.--ShreveportTlmcK.
It A I I.HO 1 1) TI M ft T A It Li:.
Arrival mid Heparin re of Train Ml
HOUSTON ANI)TKXAH CF.NTR A !
r roni Tlio MnuTit (niauaiiii expressi n:.i a. in-
r rtmi tne .Mirininimi nnn oxpiessj.. v:w. in
Mixed train South 2:110 p. m.
Mixed train North I'M a. III.
TF.XAS) AND PACIFIC.
1U:UU n. in
!i:W p. ui.
Arrival una Departure or Mulls si Dll Put.
Northern mull nrrlven fezeent Hntitnlnys)
nl H:IO p m; deports (exeept HmuhiyH) at U:'!0
Southern mall arrives (oxet-ul Sundays) hi
0::1U a in; departs (exeept Saturdays) ul H:lu
Texas ami Pacific mall nrrives (exeept
SnnilayH) at b:W p in; departs (except- Huu-
diiyK) at 7 u m.
II'.... 1. VL'..ttl.A.lV.-.l .....1 L.bulwM
mall arrives (except Holidays) at 4 p in; de-
parts (exeept HnmlayH) at 8 a in.
lien ton anil Wise. County Louisville and
Ti lnltv Mills mall arrives Monday. WkiIiihk-
day and Friday at 0 p m; departs Tuesday
lliurKiliiy aim nauirnay at i a in.
Cleburne Hood County Cedar Hill. Maus-
fleld anil Alexandria mnll arrives Wednes
day at u p in; departs Monday at 7 a in.
urecnvnc itnni. i oiiniy iioeKwaii nun
MlllwoiHt mall arrives and departs twice a
Virxinla mall dally each way.
Heyene llnuitlil's stole uud Union Hill
All mullHi lotieat7 a ni. as the bulk of the
mall arrives and Ik distributed at night.
AxslHtunt Postinaslei: Owen (ferry. Chief
Clerk; J. H. Chord Mnllinit Clerk: Harry
Nelhl Uellvery Clerk; 1. A. llrown Box pin.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
UP STAIIW-No UO Kim Htreet.
TheHtore Koom omioltu the Crutehtleld
Hotel formerly occupied by Handera m a
Hardware- store. Is now lor rent also one
small room adjoining suitable for a tailor nr
shoemaker shop price ll) lor the large room
per month anil i2 for the siiiall room.
lebidlw HAYWOOD 8HEPHERD.
MONEY TO LOAN !
Apply at the Dalliu Branch office Texai
Mutual Llfo Insurance Copioany.
Secretary Dallas Board of Trustees.
Diiown A Hi iniFLr. Managers Northern
District of Texas.
I urn closing out my Inrg Block of
AT COST !
W. T. LUDWIG
Blgn of the Big Red Boot
Mulu HI. (opposite Foil nd ry)
Jan.'.ldlm Dullas lexaa.
The unilrrHlifned have been appointed wile
nneiitH lor the kale of tbe ceU'hruteil
BABXETT'S ZINC AND PL1T1XA PEX8
These peiiH ft re now almost excluiilvely In
hm; ill ul) the iiovvrnment department
liaiiki HchiiuU ami comiiierciul nounes
throuiilimit the I'nlled Htatea anil Ureat
llrltaln. 'i'hev are warranted utrirly non-
cornwlve and m durable a eight uteel pena.
PKICK 3 50 PKll OIIOSS
VipokwlliT" anil Htntlonen Dallas.
DALLAS ( ITT BOTTLING WORKS
U T A. C K V 8
CELEBRATED CHAMPAONE CIDER
Onlera from prltate famillea promptly at-
tPimeil to and delivered free of charge. .
rnHR HERAI.DD taciiHies for exeontlnt
I ALL KINDS OK PRINTINU are onwr.
pajHeOta Wuin tm.
SHAWLS CLOAKS BLANKETS Ete. Etc. Etc.
Vdalx.o Room for Oxo.r SpringPuroliases
During th Clearnnce Hnt which will contlnne for tho month of January extremely low prices will prevoll and buyer of the above named gootli will
consult their owu Interest by examining thin Stock Wore making selections elsewhere. For the coming Spring Season we shall make extraordinary prepttl-a-tloiiH
to place before the people of Dalian and surrounding country the inent attractive Hlock of Hprlng and Bummer Good that hn ever been Bhown In this
city and all Jat our well-known low priced.
Remember the Old Stand next door to Sohneider & David and nearly opposite the Episcopal church.
JANUAIIY 7 1S74.
Hm Removed kin Hardware K-lMMUhunt H;rornr ftlorln KAnyer Block on Mln Wreet whr ht hnon hftnd m lrg mwk wellUld stook
Hardware Iron Steel Nails Wagons Wagon and Carriage Woodwork
Wblrh be la prrpitrrU la mII ( WhalMAl ul MeMII tfcc lwmt CaRh prim.
Special Inauooments Offered to tlao Trade.
tall hrtor purrbnrlDK elMwbvr.
All Order Accompanied With Cash Will Receive Prompt Attention-
BOOKS STITIONEM ETC.
THE NEW BOOK STORE
Franklin & Penn
Are now opening on Main two doom east
of Auatlu Htreet
The largtwt anil ninut iileanutiwk ol
Books Stationery Gold Pens
Albums Varieties Etc. Etc.
Ever hronicbt to Northern Texan which they
offi-r at. wlioltHuleor retail. . '
They call especial attention to tkelr atoek
of Hlank IlookH Albums Blblea Hymn
booka Klne Uoapa Purfumer)' Writing
Deaka Work Boxea I)reaalng anil Card Oaaea.
In aiiort they are prepared to furnlah any-
thing found lua rlmi-clam hookntore and aa
they puroham direct from the manufaoturer
they areeuabletl to offer great inducement
to the trade and they very reniectfully
InvlUi an InnDectlon f their ood. ICH-dtf
REED & LATHROP
Booksellers and Stationers
ARK 8EMJNQ THEIR 81WK OF
Books Stationery Artists' Material
dieapcr Tbaii Any House Is Dallas.
OAKL AND HUE US
ON AUSTIN HTREET
HOWARTH & DOUGLAS
Ou Laruar street one door south of Main and
in rear oi tne lianas county nana
Bare always on hand a well selected stock
of Imported and Domnstlc
fasslratrf i Brorkloti and foulnpi
which they onVr to th public at a llTlni
prle. A 04 M cnarantevd
KT Qg. IS JEX JES IES. CD
C3rn.j3L.3NrD OIjE3A.nj9L3r03E3 SALE
OF THEIR ENTIRE BALANCE OF
J UUU I
BOOTS SHOES AND LEATHER.
Boot Shoe and Hat House
AT THE BIUN OK
THE GOLDEN BOOT
Fields' Theater Building
The largeat and bent aelected Htovk of
Boots Shoes Hats and Leather
IN NORTHERN TKXAH.
Kreab an lvalu from the Beat Manufactories
In tho World
XVBRT "W XI 33 XC
BOOTS AND SHOES
to meoaure In oar own House. We have a
number of the -
Best Bootmakers in America
We ean lit everybody and no pains will be
apared to pleaav all.
Our Ladles' and Children's
DKP AltTM JC JVT
Full and Complete.
W Invite the Ludlea to call and examine
HATH A TV I CAPH
IN ENDLE8H VARIETY.
Onr lotto "CHEAP FOR A8H."
LEATHER AND KIND1N08 FOR
SHOEMAKERS AND SADDLERS
D. C. HABKV.
Boot and Shoe Makers
South end of Clark A Bryan's
New Balldls Corner f Main and
QUINN ic SHIELDS
3P a 1 n t e r s.
115 Main Street
BASS OT FOUNDRY
Are preprnpared to oontrnet tor all kinds
DOSCMttX iXB BE00BAT1TI PAIHTIS8
PAPER HANdlNd LAIIX IT'
Ortsrs promptly attenrltd to and aatlsfao-
8ANGEK 33HOS- Dallas Texas.
ti. Il.Sthoellkopf. Cieorre Doelllng.
C. H. SCHOELLKOPF CO.
Ledtner tvixcl Flndinss
HIDES WOOL PELTS AND FURS
ELM STREET DALLAS TEXAS.
Our eoimectlona with tnnners east enable na toeompete In prices of Leather with GaWea
ton New Orleaim or HI. Loul. Ululitut cash price paid for lildea eto. 2tlldlyl7wlJ
WARD DEWEY CO.
Lessees of the Texas State Penitentiary
Odoo erncl BAlearoomXIlm St.. oor.Poydw
navlnR added to our various Factorlea and Hhopa thelateat Improvements In machinery
wa are now prepared to manufacture and beg leave to offer to the publlo
WHITE A COLORED WOOLEN KERHEYS BBDSTEAIM CHAIR8
UrtNAUUHUS. IllH!KlNO CHAIRS TABLES.
SATANtX HHF.ETINOH BUREAUS WA8HHTANDS
BUi TREK HHKETInVjS BA KEH "AWRABBBJ
COTTON ADM tlLxWl Vf?8'
WOOLEN AND CARTs. DRAY8
COTTON YARNS WHEKLBAltROW8t.
IIE.4DY-M.1DK CLOTIUXO IIIAND-MADE BOOTS A SHOES
All of our own Manufacture nd maue
give nut lsfiictlou
444 Jefferson St. 444
(Where tlie Old Postomc Building tutood.)
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
MALE AND FEMALE MUTSTHELS
FOE ADVANCED PIANO PLAYERS.
Far Nlsgers and Young Pianists.
Plnnlsts desiring good Music at n low tirlce
should send "4) eei. in fur a copy of ' Iji 4'reme
de lis 'rrae." Every number contains
from z to n worm in bimki .music oy sucn an-
thorn ns Hillor. Llaxt. von. Kit In' etc Pub.
Ilshiil monthly 50 writs peuumber; It per
Belli! nil CVIIlff llr I BI KK 1.1 Unit A I. .111 1 II
i.y. and you will get W worth of New Music.
Kvery number contulns 4 or V songs and 4 or
Havs. Htewart. Tliemiis. I)anbs. Kluel. eto.
Published monthly HI) cents per number; W
Pearls of Melody.
A splendid collection of Piano Musi of
medium uimcmty. i in Doarusj cioiu nmt
T. 1. PETERS
m Bmadway Bof W ti T.
or uie very uen material una warrmmeu i
U AltD DEWEY & CO.
LOVELY FOR THE LADIES.
WE were asked th otber day why It was
wa lauded English Female Bitters so
Iitaii. Our anawer was and M that w have
personal evidences oi us great value in mis
(Kemper) county A good physician living
eight miles from town said to our druggist
that English Female Bitters was the Oesl
li'inuic medicine lie ever nsea.iue&aio
Kngilftb Pemnle Bitters wno hlRhly recom
mended by tbe medical profession at this
Dlnee and surrounding cauntryWKeeclusao
i onen prescnoe cngnsa remaie muers mb
my practice and always with satisfactory
results. E.DALK.M. D.
This medicine cantata Iron and powerful
regetahls l.'terlnelonli'S so mucb needed by
an slcaiy females noin or nruggisis.
j. r. vmiAuuuu rrop r
Woman's Medical Adviser oaly Xceuts.
Address as atrnve.
Hold wholeaale and retail at Dallas. Texas
.WALL. J. A. BBLVIS. - V. P. BAT.
If 11 Behin & Day.
TOB J C C O
IMCFACTCIIIS 1XD ACENTS
Dealers In Fine Clgan
HO 320 NORTH SECOND STREET ST. L03!S
BUY YOUR CLOTHING
" ''ti or
XloHenfleld & Co
1 7 f
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