Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 278, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 3, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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fcUKDAV MUltMKfl J4HAUI I
MrrnliUHM -erarr l'il avenue
n4 llauslua siren eiubreelu naif
black mf rUMd with well HulnlitHl
ae-aiary e4 baaeiaeal Muh-w"'"1
batUtua anil all aassaaary H.ulW.
lags eta MriMrC""11 aay
van tarsal a.
rlowrd W. rek K or fort Worth I
an authorised traveling ulof tlislialla
Herald from Mil date unlit mrttmr nolle
J. W WINIKMJi.
JteiwililMr 10 171
Tli niuilily day hav coma tli ad
dtuit of II10 yur.
Iegtil Imalnea la very dull; few are
K)ruo mill liunl to gel
fl-rvlue will bo lielil In all the
churcliea (hi inurnlng.
A fow kiiow flake of Inflnltealmal
propurtluiia wore vUlLle In tlia air '
Tlia uuiubor of i'liylulniiK to Ilia
population liore continue to U larger
than tlia demand for their itfrvloe.
Tim xoootlv liourJ of Ilia iim a
loolutloii or theatulaof Texaa wljl be
bald to-morrow at 2 !' U tit tlioBnu
Mr. Whoelouk haa beuti appoluted
general ticket af ut oftheOntral rail-
way and the uhurge of tlia depot and
city ollloe both.
Tlia geuerul trade hua bma ulot
during the putt woi-k owing prluoU
pally tu the linpaoMnble ouuiilllou of
the ronda in many pluuta
Mulu street niuii to Elm lreet mag-
nate "Are you keening a feriy
across your atrwt uud what will you
charge to put a uiau Hi-roan?"
There will be ou Monday night at
half-pout aeven o'olouk at the Turner
ball a gi'ueral meeting- and election
of new olUoera. A full attendance la
Jtobrt Simpson of Deoatur Wlee
oouiity la lu Jull under a charge of
pawdng a fifty dollar counterfeit bill
and will be tried at nil early day before
United Bute Commissioner Long.
Mlera A Caldwell the well known
liquor dealer! of Khu afreet will uo-
ccptour thank for a bottle of old Huz-
erao. A fine toulo for aueh heantly
weather aa we are having now
The annual etatemont of the City
bank whlou la publlstawl lu another
oolumu ahowa the condition of thut
Institution to be ataunvh and strong.
The affair of the hank buve been
uinuoged wlf.u marked ability by the
officer and It la dully luoroanlng In
bualneaa and popularity.
It la now ooufldently atBerted ty
those who know thut the road will be
oomplvted to Fort Worth whether
oongroaa alda tbe Texua aud Paul Ho
or not. Ah soon as the roadgocaon
Dallas will get rid of a large uou-
supporting population and settle down
to a more regular progress.
raaeral r Mr. II. U. Teams.
The funeral or Mr. II. K. Thomas
lute local agent of the Texas aud Ta-
clflo railway will take plaoe this morn-
ing from' the Ban Jaointo hotel tbe
Right lie v. Bishop Garrett officiating
aud the Masonic fraternity lu charge
of the remains.
Cut down In tho richest bloom of
manhood with "position honor and
troops of friends" every pilse
bounding with health and euergy and
a happy New Year Juaf openluc ite
roey portals to bis gaze the victim Id
the recent aad tragedy hue passed from
earth to another world. An ornament
to bis profession a prince among his
associates a true man he had but
one fault olus too common and for
that fault hua paid the heaviest penalty
man can pay. Lightly may the soil of
Texas rest upon his breast green be
the turf above him" and evergreen
aa the symbol which his brothers ahull
cast into his grave be his memory lu
the hearts of his friends.
"Leave have their tints to fall .. .. .
Flowers to wither at tbe north wind'
Bat thou thou bait all
Hoasoni (or thlae own 0 death."
The deutli of Mr. Thomas creates a
vacancy lu the Texas and Paclflo rail-
way company's service that It will be
exceedingly difficult to AH. Mr.
Thomas waa a geutleman ot polished
address unusual business talent and
admirable administrative ability. He
possessed In very remarkable degree
order punctuality and the facility of
dispatching business rapidly. His
la nd was quick and active his judg-
ment always clear his patience and
courtesy under the Incessant strain of
official routiue proverbial. To these
qualities he united a generous brave
nature Incorruptible integrity and tbe
olosest acrutlny aud vigilance lu rela-
tion to the company's Interest. Had
be lived he would ultimately have
achieved a high rank as a railway man
and reached an enviable position
among the highest officer of the com-py-
A Batter mt Jasilra. ...
It la due to Major Barfcley to say that
in his official capacity as sheriffof tbe
county be has acted with great cour-
tesy delicacy and good fueling in per
mitting the wife and daughter of
Major Uorbach (who killed Mr. Thom-
as) to see him under as comfortable
circumstances aa Ills duty authorized.
These ladies who are stranger In our
' midst have it is to be presumed the
sympathies of the entire community
in their distress. They have received
very attention from some of our prin-
cipal citiseua their friends aud even
stranger. It would be a heart of atone
Unit iuuM not be touched by lliulraor
Ma Alnlrawa Hugger
What iiiiirdoroua oxygen llnata lu
our aweet aoiilheru air and In Inhaled
uud fed upon by Jlury lung till a huly
word ail lukiilt. reul or liiiugluary or
a blow Uuuawered with atah or allot
telling Iiuiiihii law at defiance aud
ending mail ".with all hi Imperfuo
tlou ou hi head" to stand before Ilia
bar of ihatDod who demanded of tbe
first fratricide "Where a thy
brother 9" and who thundered Irom
Hlnal Thou ahalt not kill." I there
no court of anneal but at eel or lead?
Are there no arnltur hut knife or nla
tol ? Mnt the grisly apeitter of Howie
and (Jolt etalk our atroew forever ran
In our hluh ulucea? haunt u from
youth tu manhood from manhood to
our chair day" and write In blood
our epitaph ?
'Those be urave questions my m a
teri" and iiuestlon which must be
answered If the nioliluiii of our boaated
olvlllmttlon I ever to be solved. I tlio
law forbidding the carry lni( of conceal-
ed weiipon a dead letter upon our
ttatute bunk? Theuexiuiige thut biw
aud allow It to remulu no longer a
mockery to the brain which framed It
and a renriiuiili to the hand which
should execute It If It he not a dead
letter then let a firm aud Impartial
Judlulary bucked by the moral force of
enlightened publlu opinion enforce It
without fuuror favor. 1 hen the ruture
annals or our atate will be free from
those bloody a I! ray of the post which
our enemies tuke to mucli uellglit in
liui'liu In our teeth aud quoting m
evidence of southern civilization.
TDK KILUXU OF 11. K. TU0MA8 fcbO
Tbu Coroner' lniuet Trktrrda;
' Tentlmony aud VerdU'l.
The evidence of Dr. . T. Eoaley
taken ' ou oath tit Dullua lu aaid
county on the i!d day of January
1H7S before nie J. 1). Kerfoot coroner
fur said county aud also before the
Jury then aud there aworu to luqulr
bow II. K. Thomas then aud there
lying dead came to bis death; la a
1II. KABXKY fiWOKN.
I am a practicing physician. I wu
acquainted wiUili.K. Thomas 111 hi
llfu-tliue. He 1 dead died ou the
night of the 1st of January 1875 at
twenty-seven minutes post niueo'ciocK
r m. i aueuneu mm in ma last s lea-
ned. He died from coniprvsslou of
tho bruin the result of bumorhugc.
He waa shot In tho left eye ; the bull
passed from the eye through the floor
of tho orbit into the left hemisphere of
the cerebrum aud wus embedded lu
the posterior lobe of tbe right hemis-
phere of the cerebrum. The ubove
discribed wound wo the cause of do-
CUttMCU1 deulll. E. KABIJiY.
' J. V. 1I0UEL BWOHN.
J. C. BAgol being duly aworu depoa-
es and says: 1 was acqualutcd with
II. K. Tliomas. He is dead. Ou the
night ol the aist of December 1H74 I
saw Mr. liorbuch shoot blm with a
pistol. He was shot immediately over
the left eye. As soou as tbe shot was
tired deceased fell. About half-past
eleven o'clock as we were about to
oloso our house All tbe parties
ill the bouse bad leeu drinking
that night. Deceased stepped up to tbe
barkeeper and asked hiiu bow much
he owed The barkeeper told him be
owed for two rouuds. one being for the
drinks iprevious totue game or pool
and the other for the pool game.
w Hereupon Air. i nomas puueu out a
dollar and said he didn't owe any such
damned thing that he only owed for
the pool game and for uotbiug previ-
ous to that. The barkeeper told him
all right and only took out for one
round of drluks and handed him the
change. Mr. Thomas then walked oft
from the counter aud said lu a
loud voice that any man who said he
owed for another rouud of drluks was
a damned liar or something to thut
enuct. Ju tne meantime Air. Uor
bach bad goue to tiie frout of the
store and waa Bitting on a barrel sing
ing and returned lu a few minutes
with sprinkliiiK pot in his baud aud
danced up and down the floor as if be
was spriuKilug the floor singing lu
the meantime. I then went to tbe
front got my book and took the
money out or tne drawer and turned
some of the lights and while doing
so I beard a terrible lacket lu the
back room which was caused from the
dropping or the sprinkling pot from
the counter by Mr. Thorn us. I then
heard Mr. Horbach ask Mr. Thomas
"wbat in the hell do you mean." I
didn't bear the reply of Mr. Thomas
as I had gone lute my office. I theu
returned and went behind tbe bar and
whispered to the bar keeper and aaid
"by all means lets close uo." Thomas
and Horback continued talkintr. Mr.
Thomas in an angry manner. 1 then
saw Mr.. Horbach approach Mr.
Thomas aud say "I have got enough
of this" and pushed him off a little bit
and in the meantime be drew a pistol
and tired it tbe shot taklug effect aa
above stated. Horbaob bad the pistol
right at Thomas' eye when be tired.
J. C. Hogki
R. t. WIUON 8WORN. .
R. P. Wilson being duly sworn de
poses and says : I left tbe Commercial
club room with Mr. Horbach and went
to Air. uogers saloon. After we bad
been there sometime. Mr. Thomas
asked Mr. Horbach if be (Thomarj
owed for another round of drluks. Mr.
Horbach aaid he did. Mr. Tbomaa
said that any one who aaid so was a
damned lying sou of a bitch. Thomas
tben struck Mr. Horbaoh several times
In the breast witb his ttit. Mr. Hor-
bach then asked blm wbat he meant.
and put hia hand lu his pocket pulled
out a pistol and with both hands
tabled and fired. He was a long time
getting it out of his pocket. As soon
ai tbe pistol fired Mr. Thomas fell ami
Mr. Jiorbat-h walked outer the store.
- H. V. WILSON.
VERDICT OV THKeonONEH'S JCBY.
Aa luo'iilaitlon. taken at Dulls. In
is Id county on the second day of Jan-
uary 1875 before J. D. Kerfoot coro-
ner lu and for said county upon tbe
view of the body of H. K. Thomas
then and there lying dead upou tbe
oath of W. W. Peak J. putty. R. M.
Williams J. C. tteed W. McCullom
and W. W. I toss good and lawful
Jurors of said county who being sworn
aud charged to Inquire on the part of
tbe atate into the cause manner time
and circumstance of tbe death of H.
K. Thomas do say upou their oath
that doceased came to bis death from
the etlecta of a gun shot wouud fired
by one J P. Horbach mi Die night of
. I.. .-I t A
IHlgnedj J D. KkiikiioT Coroner.
l U I'uli II M U'llll.....u I. mil.
... v. 4 i'.n IN .... iiiihim.i ""-
thaul'utly J.wepli C. Heed W.MoClu-
KMII V. W Itirna jurors
The member of Tuuiiehlll Lodge
No 62 aud Dallua Lodge No iVi are
requested to meet this (Muuday)
morning at nine u'clock sharp for
the purpose of attending the burial of
our deceased brother II. K Thomu
E. U. Bowik V. M.
W. 0. Cox! W M.
Dr Price la well knowu a an expert
in the study of culinary chemistry and
all of the manufacture of HteeleA
Price are the reault of hi riwcuro'ie.
One of these dlsooveriea la the cream
baking powder by tho use of which
light aweet biscuits cakes etc. at all
times are a certaluty Tho market I
flooded with cheap Inferior baking
powder and adulteration I ao extcti-
Ively practiced fuit the oreaiu bak-
ing powder doea the work with two-
third of the quautlty required of any
other kind lu view of such cheap liu
positions the puhllo are udvUed to ask
for these pure and excellent articles ;
If they on u not be obtained of one gro
cer may be of another The purer the
article tlmtoompiwe our dally food
the better they are for hculth Dr.
Price' true flavoring cxtruct are real-
Captured Mlulrn Horse.
Tho Iherllt has lu hi pomi'tnlon two
horse with auddle and bridles cup
tured Wednesday evening lust They
will be old lu a few days If not culled
fur by the owners
Iiinlautniioou cum for NeuralKln
Willy 11.0 HCWKINH AgMiil lor Palls.
Notlse la Oecupallaa Taapayera
Llatof ineilraail Jurors for January
Term A. D. 173.
CM.Qraey O. P. Bower
B MoKIIwib . W. J. W heeler
U.A.Hweat A. Hurt
Joliu Jaokauo Joul Lively
Henry Harris. J. U. Tay lor
M. Myvr Henry Waller
II. K Nuwrnun Tom Flutuher
J. E. Juuknon Tom Jones
Tom Jaokion J. T. Ellis
A.Dmn N. O MflAdant
Cruw.'ord Treaoe. iftlMrt
I'lijralaluu lawyers luerrlmnU uud ottv.
era punulng any profi'Ktlon or bnsluewi lor
wliluhastHtelleeiiso I required will pluaae
call nt theaherlir offlce AT ONCE and pny
the aaiue. Auy one nuKlwtliig to comply
with the law will be vIkIUhI by a deputy
sheriff1 and In such esse ten per ouut will
be added Tlivn If not pnld property will
be levied upou to antlsfy amouutof Uuense
together with all oonta of levyliiH.
JAM KM K HAKKLKY
ItTJdlW ;rtlierltt DuIIuh oouiily
The Grent houlliora Dollar
Mtore recvlvvH uew good dully.
" O. It. A CO.
Alt who are Indebted to ua by note or
open oooount will pleaaa coins forward with
Ilia mouey. We used and must have It.
37Watl6wlt J. L. DUWMH A CO
Go to Pierce fr I.yle for your
Now Year'a preaenls.
W F. Ltts A Co. real estate aeiit No. 100
Lamar street beg leave to cull the attention
of persons wlshlug to purahttse real eatute to
the exuiualve llaU of property on their
DUiiutiu boards In and ooUlde of
their office under the respective heads ol
"Improved City Property" "Vueant City
Lots" "Kiiruu" aud H Unimproved and
Wild Lands" eiubradug business houses and
vacant lota In the commercial center of the
city. Also building lots and a number of
very desirable residence situated In every
quarter of the olty. Also large tract of wild
land In Dallas aud other counties ol the
atate betides a number of farina of various
sices Including several large and highly Im-
proved plantations within five miles of the
city of Dallas seodlm
If you wish an elegant or
cheap present for a friend so
to Fraublln'a book a tore 504
main street where you can And
almoat anything you can ask
for in tbe Hue of Christmas
At t ea far Cash.
Everything In our bouse will be offered at
cost for oaah for the next thirty days. Moth
Ing excepted. -. . J. L. DOWNS A CO.
GET READY FOR WINTER.
The Patent Aluminous and
Ornamental Building Paper
will make your houaes warm
at a very small cost. For sale
by REED fc LATHKOP Agents
305 Main street Dallaa Texas.
Send for circulars. Also agents
for Patent Paper Barrels.
Fob sale fur a few days ouly two largt new
buUdlnga ou a cotton gin and the other a
corn and wheat mill la complete runnlug
order with amut mill corn alieller. a good
cotton press a alxty-nve saw Pratt gin stand
with an excellent engine or thirty horse
power an abundance of spring water on th
premises and three-quarters of ao acre of
land situated on the southeast corner of
Poydras and Wood street known aa Hor-
ton-sHlIl." Apply tow. P. Lyu A Ok real
estate agents. No. 10 Lamar atraeU. ttMlm
Carlataaaa Taye aad CaaCeejliaaartew.
We have Juat received a large assortment
of toys or every variety fancy candy ants
fresh and dried fruit and everything want-
ed for the holidays. Call and see my assort
ment. ' D. V.BOTTO .
ZTOdtf ' ' Booth east a truer square.'
Foa sale very low by W. V. Lyte A Co
real esuta agents No. 10) Lamar street three)
one-story brick buildings and lot 10 feat
square well located and adapted for a foun-
dry or manufacturing parpoxa.- AMUm :
Tbev arrived lust la tlma. nn rakr
mornlnrfe .InrMI. thnu rl t .mr.il rin
opera chains and ebaln bracelets at Her
mann inge-s to ins aeugni or nis custom
ers. ... !
Cbeagt La ad.
Tibtt-wobt hundred acres ot land three
ml lea vest of Dallas eleven thousand acres
of cboioe lands In QUIesple and a splendid
sheep "ranch" of twenty-tbrea hundred
acres on the Onadalnp river la Kendall
county for sale by W. F. Lyte A Co real ea-
lata agents No. let Lassar surest. . Mtdlat
If you want it flue liiieiir
lilcliiri' or hi inn boolt or
praytr book or work lo or
writing iMtHtt or uIImiiii go hi
I'ruitkllii'altooksltirf A I Main
lis removed from His Waliluinii ll'm'.
(ill III vomer of MiilUnt iiud Wood street lo
his utW ((UurUii Ml Mill l wt upl'iitlUi
Miiuuiir HrotlH'rs whei he hn opiMml Di.l
uliiw rtwtauruut aud furulalim rooiua fr
ludgars. U7 in
Holiday Goods go to rrauklliia
book store. SOI Main street.
vvbere I bey are sold very low.
Koa rent by W. F. I.vtle A Do. real etiiU
sgniila No 100 aiisr sinnit a number of
bualneaa liouaes eelilrully located Aiwi s
litHl a Urge iHiardiug liuoe and insny rut-
Idenoes situated In dlltereut purls ot llieelly
T0VHI TOVNI TOYS I
At 501 Main slreel I'lankllii'a
bookatore l m hero Toysmuy
be had very cheap.
Anything In the book nnl ait a
llouery lino you can Hud at
7 Mulu at roe t.
Juat received al Pierce tl
l.yle's n aiirge Invoice of wall
paper ofneif aud handsome
A. II. Stenjrall luerrhiiiidUo
broker conveyancer uud no
(ary public. Ofllce-Xo. 107
Life and Llterulure In the KslherUnd.
Tlio pictures of (icrinun lii'o lu
vunuua Intel eelini' usneuta wlncli
uro )i'oseuleil in thia vnlumo lire
tho truit ot tlio uuthora purrionnl
oxperiuneo tiunnir a aomowhut lru
truiiloii rcaiduiiL'u in ditto runt iii'ta
ol liurmtinr. uitli little lirutun
aiona to complutonusi or orderly
method they brintf boforo tbu render
niuny aocial and domostio detni'a
which illustrate tlio Gormun ctmr-
ueler and exhibit a niodo of lif'o to
whuili fow npprouchos have evor
been niutlo in ourown country. The
nuthor was purliculurly inipressod
with the contentment frugality and
harmony wind) usually provuils in
Ourintiu luiUHulioltls Many fumi
lion nf tlio biblical social standing
ollon occupy but a Bini'lo floor
Every room ie furnished with ex-
treme simplicity. There is no desire
lo appropriate tho whole of a largo
liouso. If a man grows prosperous
in businoas it id not hia first thought
to gut out of hia modest apartment
into a hii'irer ono or to buy a house
for the Hole occupation of hia family.
It is no part of tho German char
acter to make an obtontutious dm
piny with the increase of wealth
If he indulges in excessive luxury
it la presumed that either he or Ins
wife has been in America. The
first material comfort that a wealthy
German thinks of is a good store of
rare wines in his collar and then
an abundance of servants. The
breakfast is very simple. The true
Gorman will hardly move a atep
until ne nae nau ins conou will) ono
or two biscuits but no butter. The
scholar will not open his book or
lako up hia pen before this light
repam. At ten o clock a lunch ot
bread and cheese or something of
a similar character is taken and a
fow hours after comes an early din
ner always of substantial dishes
A light tea at about half-past six.
according to the author closes tlio
meals of the day but in many if
not most purls ol tiormany the
visitor win oe apt to una a tooth
some supper at eight or nine o'clock
of beer bread meat and perhaps a
fragrant potatoo salad. In pleasant
summer afternoons many families
take coffee in tittle arbors in the
garden whoro the ladies ait and
gossip with their friends and in the
evening are joined by the gentlemen
on their return from their places of
business 'llie art of keeping a
note) and conducting a shop is car
ried to a perfection not dreamed of
in America. Mr. Hurst was once
told DV a ladv who lllld hnnn in
New York thut all tho clerks seem
ed to be angry with bor. But in
Germany tho customer is treated
with tho greatest civility. Every
euro is taken that your exact want
is supplied so thut you may come
agiiin and keep coming. If you
ouy notning mere is no change in
tho shopkeeper's behavior. But
you must not carry your own par
cels not even a quire of writing
paper. This would make children
laugh at yoo in the street. You are
expected to take your hat off wheu
you'enter the shop and koep it off
aa long as you stay jar llurst
devote a good deal of Space to the
educational mstitutionsof Germany
although some of his information is
of rather ancient date. Ilia com-
parison between several of the lead-
ing universities may be found
serviceable by the young Americans
with whom it is a passion to com-
plete or continue their studies in
Germany. Berlin excels the other
German universities in the extent
of iu facilities. Tubingen is. its
equal in philology Gottiniron in
jurisprudence Halle in theology
xieioeiourg in physics and Vienna
in medicine. But Berlin affords the
widest scope oi study and in many
respect presents greater advantages
for foreign residents. The Amer-
ican however; should judge accord-
ing to tho present excollonco of the
department in which he is inter-
restod and not by iu past reputa-
tion. No university retains iu aa-
periority in anv special branch
for a great lencth of timo. Thia
depends on the character of the pro
lessors jjornn never was in church
history what it was in the tima of
Neander If one wishea to stav
abrpod two yearp he would do weljj
lo spend llie firt In mnn other iini-
vorsily and tho lust in Jiorliii. Mr
lluisigivu Homu furious though
ni.l very novel detail concerning
uulhorshlp iiml the hook Innlo In
(u'inmny Willi aketthoa ol several
of llm ii'oininent living writer
Hi book Uof a very miacullaneou
and discursive uliiiriictiT but no
doubt it would have boeu Ih rend-
nblu il It hud' been nmro i-ofound.
A UeriMBB ferfwrwaaee.
A correspondent of the Jewish
Messenger writing from UroslttU
ay. ; ! J
To Hi'o a tilmracterislio Gorman
Il la a good plan lo go to tho
'halla theater. Kxtefnally IU up-
uiHrance ta not Inviting It looks
iko an dlonifftU'd burn.' Within
however it la large und oosyj. not
very lolly but well arranged with
a aoullng capacity for perhaps
twelve hundred. Trices run from
ono thalor for the prosiionium logo
to throo groaohon lor llie gaiiory
with aix intermediate positions It
ia not very extravagantly liglilod
tiosaiblv on moon-liht nights lliey
draw upon tho moon and suvo a
fow IhnlorH. Tlio llimiler is in tno
timo worn liorKeslioi' ahapo and the
drop -curtain i devoid of all orna-
ment: und nuai'liroiiism No dim-
inutive angel sport iu plustor above
tho proscenium boxes. Thoro is an
air of comfort and economy uboul
tho plueo. Tho Gorman are not
tlio people to spend their I littler on
The people are entering. "d tlio
theater i tilling up. Thouiidioncu
howovor nro separating Into littlo
knots in their respective places tho
purquolte ulouo Is crowded while
tho gallery Is filled to repletion.
Tlio gallery god nro not boys us
in Now York but men and women
of the poorer chis.se w ho rejoieo
ill the nrocp.H'l of seeing histrionic
talent for throo roschen or about
iven cents. Thoro nro no spruce
LMiillcmon usher but plainly dross
ud young womon not iu that capno-
ily! Tho uudionco is not a brilliant
one : oveninir toileU are not wofn
on a few hands kids appear. The
most of the pooplo wear tlioir every
dav costume and have come to on
joy a hearty Juugli. A couple of
iTUHHian oiucoro are seuieu in an
opposite logo with waxed mous-
tuches and whito buckskin glovos.
A real German fop is a few loot
from us the first spocimon of that
breed wo have scon in Bresluu. He
wears n purplo velvet coat blue
scarf Btuading collar enormous gold
chain light pantaloons and wliile
kids. There is nn elaborate air
about bim as if he wcro manufac-
tured for the occasion. ..Ladies
saunter in without any escort and
take their scuts without any foar.
Middlo-ugod gontlomon with ovor-
coals heavily draped in fur stand
in tho aisles gesticulating wildly
Opora-ulusses are freolye passed
around and tho usual quantity of
small talk indulged id.
At bovoii the musio strikes up a
lively air to which tho people in
tho gallery keep. timo with their
foot; at quarter past seven tbo cur
tain rises und tho play bogins '-The
Great Benefactor." Shakspouro
didn t writo but ilorr Wilken did
It is not a tragedy or a comedy or
a sooiety play simply what they
call a "vnlk-stuck" A kind of pop-
ular melodrama coraodiette and
burlosque combined in which every
opportunity is afforded for the actors
to make fools of themselves nnd of
tho uudionco. - But it is a shame to
bo so cynical wjien . possibly . deep
lessons will to-night be taught.
liotty patriotism devotion eolt-suc
rifice lovo surmounting every ob
stride are not theso the? play-
wright's themes? ..!TueGroatJ$on-
efuclor 1" Suroly .this must bo a
dramy to excito the most- thrilling
emotions to control our sympathies
and like the fragrance of an onon
excite our tears. Wo havd not tho
heart to ciiticise the acting. ' Each
actor spoke distinctly howeverand
tbe ladies wore high drosses. If
the play-bills did cost a groschen.
and our billet twonty-nve; ;the
amusemont was great. Granted
thatHerr Wilken is no Shnkspearo
his Pulvor will long live in memory
and the champagne cotillion (some
city manager ought to patent 'the
itioa; was a paipaoie hit ... .
FLOYD At her resldenee seven miles
iwwi vi iuiuiyuii rriuar January i.itffa
rl.htnlAliw.W i u UM J l- i .. .. i .
Mrs. Flovd wu born In ITnlrm
uh aw vj va i li.i. .-. -. i t
Kentucky In ln28. and with her hu.han.i
removed to this State and county some it
By her death her hnehand hu inat . r.ui.
ful and true wife and her chlldran a mnat
devoted mother. To them her ilpath im In.
deed an IrreDarabla Ion. Vnr than. In ihi.
"i we oeepeaa ina hearty aympatby of
ueir numerous menas. and nrav that nwt
la bis Infinite oonipasilon and love toward
nis amieted creatures may comfort their
disconsolate hearts and enabh. than. A lu..
with Chrlatlan ftrUludethb their first great
uereaTement. . . -. W. T. M.
IBonhorn tislnavllle and Kentucky Daners
blnaaa antiw 1 ' 1
DALLAS nOAKD OF TRADE.
a M mil .. I.
oridi'nrBVrt?m?nt: ioh Kerr.viee
prealdent: k). W. Baylor -cmary: J. L
Leonard treaaurer. "
n..arl n I.. - . ' -
f 1 l:v0ro.ye a- V- Tompklua B. '.
LooeW.: dark. A. T. OIenchal.i.
BoarJ of Ariltrtloii-A. 8nKer Jf.'H
A4one; T 77 """"' W
Committee of A ppoalST-W. B. Huihee. T t.
well John Tenlaon W. U Murphy"
8aner. Auama A.
Caldwell " v'"' ariaiu J.F.
oio!ShTerdha!'-A-T- 0b?.. Kahn
arliisaviAa ur I tu . A . v. ' A
i on leri
Puhi fClZF W "rvnfs and eotoredptatea.
TVt. 11 1 JA-MA-It NfXvlVlCIy
ItftMtii I'.Iiii und Itlalu
BALLAH - . TKXAH
Tlia ahiive restouraul will from and altar Hits ilsle I lt it oiwu umii .
ItlKlil auil alUr. ' "M IHu'tiliMd at
Tiie tulilu will always lie aiioplled Willi Ilia beat lu llie market OYHTKIta ......
of all klmla. Ixilb native aitil Krelii always uu bsuij sud anrved uuluri-.L11 "AkK
grilur at all lioura " !)!
My ruuiii lauueof the niiMleoinrortMulelo III elly
' BOOKS SUTIONCRr ETC
No. 505 Main Street
WIIOI.aSAI.H MII HKrAII PKAI.SII IM
FANCY GOOD ItACSTItAW
Mnnllln and Itnllillup; I'aper I'lipe
Also l in In fur lllf linw
I'rlutera Slutloiicr) anil Inki a Npetiall;
Our alnrk Is fi'h and cli'im. IdiiikIiI ill
rent fruiii llml liuii.U suil will lie sold l.iw
(ilve un a uull aim nl-c our auiva.
Ul'KW I.A I IIMOI-
BOS Main Silreet.
TIIE NEW BOOK STORE
SVI. B. FRANKLIN
Main street Two Doors East of AustiD
DALLAM TKX AM
Ha tli larguat and moot legantatoek ol
Books Statlonory Gold Pent
Albums Varieties Etc Eto
Ever hronght to Northern Texas whlob be
offhrlne at wholeealu or retail.
Especial attention Is called to his stock
of Blank Books Alliums 111 bios Hymn
hooka Pine Hoaps l'Hrfuinery Writing
Dusks Work Boxes Dressing and Card Casus
In short he Is prepared to furnish any-
thing found Ina nrst-closs bookatom and as
be purohasea dlreot from the mnnufaatiirer
he Is enabled to offer great Inducements
to me trade ana ne very reapeoiriuiy
iu viiea an inspection or nis auraa. xrviu
aTTORNEYS AT LaW.
EVAN P. CRAVES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will practice In courts of Dallas and adjoin
ug couutles and In the supreme court.
OlUce WU Main street up Blulrs. Wm
ATTOltNpY AT LAW
Offloe lri tiie court bouse In the district at-
torney .office. ; .. aoldiim '
J. V. THUHMOND.
B. L. RAT
THURMOND 4 RAY
-A.ttox-xi.oya At : Xjaxso-.
.. - DALLAS TKX AH.
Will praclloe In ail courts of the fourteenth
juaiciui Qiairict supreme court of the state
and the federal conrta at Trier end Anutln.
Offloe Corner of Maluaud Jefferaoustreeu
up HUiirB. 1 2Mllf
1 OILS LUMPS ETC.
Oil and Lamp Company
Wholesale and retail dealer In
Spang's Ezoelsior Oil
r n.-z.f And other -:
.': I. ;ii. :
.--.? at.f- f ;.l ; ;:)..-:. - J.i;
WTlUip8.CHIIlIl!T8 WICKS &c
;l 1 ' '
til- .' .
; 1 M'. 1 . ' "..V .'
'U: '. I : 1 ' ' ' f'i
Apply at Johnaon'a Special Railroad Ucket
wince onaer ;
SAN JACINTO HOTEL.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Mlas Parelfleld and Mr.' N T-'iohnson.
have removed Uulr- 7u. 7'
MULINSIiT AND DEESS HAnN3
M the ropni under' the Ban' jicinto boteii
Commerce alreet next door enrt ii the Vnoln
.X Z.i .. 1 i ooua in ineir
line to which they 1hvlt- the attention of
auu sjuo iuuu guuvrwijir .
To t Tho Ladies.
kinds In hair such aa Ladles' Cnrla ni.7i
..... . a .allien' lollet Ordnra
SaiS'rr li: BnB Orleaaa
il'"KJ?Irn?0-' ak a rpeetaity
aaCaaalaaJ J I a -""-
Adams & Ijconard
Cornor of Em & Austin fin.
DALLAS - - TEXAS
Pu aud sail Ktcliaiig nn
HT. I OI IN
JOHN kKHK rmldent.
W. J. CLARK Cnahler.
r DALLAM 1T.XAH.
Authorizod Capital $50000000
Collection remitted on day of payment al
. current rate of exchange
W. L. Murphy W. O. Connor H. V. Toms
klua- l'h. ftuii.er W.J. Clark John Kerr
W.U. Randall. MttUlf
W.I.BllGn8S JMO. W. WALDKH
O. W. SLAUGHTER J. R. COUTS
W. . UUOIUS. C. a SLAVOU1XB
BOl'RS FROM 9 .. TO t.u. 183dw
ITILLIAII OASTOa W. B. TUOMa
GASTON Ac THOMAS
AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE
INSVBANCX AND COLLECTING HMT8
BWINK-S MEW BUILDING
North Sldeot the Public Square
DaIIm. - . . Text.
Haroh 1 Umu-ly
qHK BTATE OK TEXAS To the sheriff or
X any oonatubleof Dallas oounty (tree ting :
You are hereby commanded that by mak-
ing publication of this citation In some
newspaper published In the county of Dal-
las for el(bt weeks previous to the return
day hereof you aumiueua H. H. Illckock
Jiwlah Claypool and the heirs of Clay
pool to be und appear before the Dlatrlct
court at the next term thereof to be held at
the court house In the city and comity of
m.m vu .uo 11 1 n If UIIUURJ III . IIJI 1. 1 . 1 J
next then and there to answer the petition
of E. P. Bryan W.A. Boyce R. II. btuart
John f. Lawrence aud John II. (Stevens
filed In said court aanlnst tbe said H 11.
Hickook JoMuh Clnypool and the heirs of
Claypool together with others and al-
leging In substance as follows to-wlt ; That
plaintiffs are the legal and equitable owners
of a certain tract of land lying and being
situate lu the county of Dallas aud Mute vi
Texas; that defendants have enteral upon
and ejected plaintiffs therefrom and uow
unlawfully withhold from plaintiffs the pos-
session thereof ; that said laud so held from
plaintiffs Is meted and bounded as follows
to-wll: Beginning at a stake In prairie ISO
varan north & west of the east corner of a
aurvey In the name of J. T. Hardin wbldi Is
13) varus north 46 west and DM varaa north
ij coat of the east corner ol a survey In tbe
name or Richard Pillow; thence north 45"
went with said Hardin's at M10 varus pass-
ing same and the east oorner of William
Johnson's survey No. 89 D at 2721.4 varus
east corner of said Johnson's survey Mo.
D at 8.BH(J yarns passing same In all 609 W
varos to stake tn high prairie in tbe east Hue
of John W. Davis' u acre survey; thence
north 45 east if at 187 vara south comer to
survey No. 83 F In name of M. L. Uwlng a
2878 varus B. T. Davie' survey at 4js9S-ltt
vuros aonth oorner of J. W Keene's survey
In all 6049 6-10 varaa to stake near a bush;
thence t corner J. M. Hnlllera ISO acre ore-
emptlon survey to an elm 12 varaa south
23 east 4oH varaa ; thence south 45 east
with said Hplllcrs aurvey at 788 vans oor-
ner of same on line of M. K. Balding's 100
acre preemption survey ; thenoe south 46
uat w(t. a.. 1.1 -t . A uanunf
n .111 HIV MIIT;. 11V WH M W""L. w .
same ; thence south 46 east KiO 4-10 yaras to
corner of same ; thence north 45 east 710
vara to stake in the southeast line of said
survey ; thence south 45 east at 1085 varos
to Duck creek 6 varaa wide course south-
east 2845 varas craning said eroek at 2W
varaa recrosslng said creek at 295 vara
recrosslna said creek. In all ILSal S-10 varas lo
stake In Duck creek bottom; Hoanlsb oak
8 In bra north 4t eaat 4H varas to aa aab U
In bis north 71 varas north 6 varas thence
south 45 west with a survey In tbe name ol
E. P. Mrera. at S4 varaa to Think- ereek. at
30 varas passing said Id vers' oorner al 1402
varas to A. H. Wbualls survey at fW varaa:
W. J. Little and J. T Halma anrvav. in all
6.096 6-10 varaa to tbe beginning.
Herein fail not bnt have yon then aad
there before said oooit this writ with your
return thereon ahnwtna hnar vnn hav exe-
Witness A. Rarwood clerk of the district
eonrt of Dallas oounty.
Ulven under my hand aad aeal of said
eourt this 4th day of December A. D. 1874.
855d8tsun A. HARWOOD Clerk.
101 Market street bet. Vain and Kim
Will aUkll fetiw anrl Mil Vl.J. .ua nft.
"pJRKwerie-ab-vrdwftm slock TnU.eto
liiuoru cwn MiTineei madeon All onnaign-
?Y1 ATI tat. OrrlaaM sanllnltav.1 lW.awa. vaHsasiIl.
Tne oldeai. larwaa .. mui Mil.
llnerr eetabllahmaai in mil. l. Jawm faa.
First Ilalioiial U
ala. rat parUaolari addraat
"4." HIE HA LI) OVTKt
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