The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 21, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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DALLAS TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21 1877. MICE: FIVE CENTS.
'NO. 33 1-ESTA1JLISIIED lSVJ.
We are OpeningNow
GE ID ILL SELECTED
Wo invite the I'ulilie to tn.ll around
u ml 'vjio.
B. M. Kahn & Bro
COIl. KI.M AN I)
.1. I). HKIlr'lhir.
A IN 13
FleLX USstcto Agents.
Onicc Cor. Main and Lamar Sts. Up-Slairs.
XIY UEMllILK fOMIViXir.S KF.I'Itl'.SKX TI'.I).
Ittiy mid Hfll real entnte. ICeif I Blent IIoumvn uud I'nruu uud
tU'i IToiK'ityuiidPayTascH.I MaUe tlollc tlouw Etc. .
TRINITY IRON WORKS
HOFFMAN & (JAKSTUE Proprietors
General Founders 1 Machinists.
IKON VTI IJI5ASW
XroML House Work
BOOTS -AJSTID SHOES
NO. 508 MAIN STREET.
Tha Largest and Bast Selected Stock of CUSTOM-MADE
SHOES in Texas.
FINE WORK MADE TO ORDER.
Ladles' Shoes to Measure a Specialty Repairing Done.
j. II. lIKiaKOUD.
You Should Visit the
The lurK. Mt aud beet variety of Clothing
for men ad boy I. ktt tiler. and price
to itllKfy .11.
You have the oholce of over 110000 worth
of reliable Clothing w.U tnadelu every re-
Hpect for men boy. ami ohlldreu Yoacuu
llntl everything limn oonimou Ui the riuest
uud always leading II style.
You are In the habit of paying tl 00 to
Jo 00 for a hat. You can mil chase u beautl-
lul HI I It Plug Hat late style for ti M aud
Di 6U and fiishlonable .oft hats and stiff hats
from 50c to I'l IK).
A person of limited knowledge lu regard
to (uallly of good can purchnso to the same
advantage as the most eipert. No double-
dealing 1. allowed In this House. Our desire
Is to please aud give full value for the
We have opened a very extensive (Jen la'
Kurnhhlug Department whore all the nov
elties of the .canon can bo fouud at a trilling
profit over manniaoturera' eost. Everything
fnin a paper collar to a wedding outlltean
now be found at the Hvw York Clothing
This store I. free to all where every one
oan oome.and.loolt around and price things
without being pushed Into buying. Parties
ar. not always Hash and bono atirluk from
..King favors from clerk who are displeased
when left with their uubou.ht wares. Tne
New York Clothing House has no need to re
sort to'artlflcei for they are confident that
their price are low. Uood. aie good and
cu.tomcrouly Injure bl. parse who falls to
Now York Clothinjr.Houso
The Cabinet After a l ive Hours'
Session Adjourned Till
The Radicals Now Have No
Hope Beyond the Compro-
The Conservatives are toiitlilrnt that
the follcj Indicated In llarr.' In-
augural Will bo Unforced.
Sententious Utterance of the
President ltet'ening to Pack-
ard's Proponed ittiid.
The Situation in the Crescent City Un
changedThe Threat of Packard Ii
the Theme of Towntalk But
Creates no Apprehension.
NOTES AM) CiONKlt.
IMfflcnlly In K renting of the
Monulalu Meadow Masanrro Til.
Obis Democracy l.lgu on lb fre.l-
drui'. Moolheru Policy.
Noon Awielated Pros. Report.)
Washington Maroh 20. Mr. La-
mar Is ni uc 1 1 better and able to alt up.
Senator Chrlstlaucy go to Mexico.
and Minister Foster now in Mexico
transferred to Spain.
A Columbus Ohio dltquttch nave the
Democratic caucus passed a resolution
to vote blank for senator.
Interest attaches to the cabinet ses-
alou to-day but It In curtain tbe pro
ceeding will be only prelimluary
ANew Orleans dispatch May. up
ward of three hundred negroes were
enrolled In the Packard militia yester-
Uay making a total force of iuuu at
the state-house of about live hundred.
Night AMDi'loted Press Kopovl.l
The Pawtucket has been ordered
from Norfork to New York where
she will be Admiral Uowau'a Unship.
Mail service has been ordered to the
Black Hills country.
Heuutor Patteraou with his South
Carolina delegation repeated their
speeches to-day to the attorney gen-
eral who gave them uo decisive an-
swer. The Osslpee has sailed from Peusa.
cola for a cruise around the north coast
The cabinet after a Ave hours sea
elou adiourued till to-morrow when a
eclsiou will he reached In Southern
flairs. The president and his secre
taries decline to converse on the sub-
ect. Although nothing definite Is
known the very probable result is de
pressing to the UudiciilH. They now
have uo hope beyoud the compromis-
lug commission. The conservatives
areconlideut that the policy Indicated
lu Hayes' Inaugural will be lmmedi
Nothing from Xew Orleans since
noon when the situation was uu
changed Packard still enlisting negro
militia principally from the river par
ishes and the Nlcholls government
urging the ejection of the cubil from
the slatehousc through the courts. The
threat of the Bt. Louis botelltes la town
talk b it creates no uneasiness. There
Is but one opinion concerning the re
sult of an attempt ou the police
stations. The usurpation will be wiped
out unless the military interfere.
A special from Halt Lake says there
is tllllk'Ulty In shooting Lee of Moun
tain Meadow massacre fame. General
Sherman w ill not detail soldiers to do
it and the. deputy marshals dread It
and can get uo persons to do it. A
large number of stalwart sous aud
grandsons of Lee residing In the coun
try have It la rumored threatened to
kill all persons who mignt participate
lu the shooting.
THK DUAL SITUATION'.
He nllnients ant 1'iteranee or lb.
resident t'oneermna' Packard'
Movements The l.uulalana and
nib Carolina Va.es will be Tried us
Noon Associate 1 Pres. Keport.1
The president has recelveiMnforma
tlou of an Intention on the part of
Packard to make an aggressive move
ment. The president Is quoted as say
ing that "Packard must have a poor
oplniou of the judgment uud a worse
one of the firmness of the administra-
tion if he contemplates anything of
Tbe president has received no visi
tors to day. He will have no time
durluii the entire day to devote to call
ers. A oabluet couuoll la In session
having met at 10 o'clock and It la
likely to continue during the greater
portion of the day. All the members
are present and the affaire in South
Carolina and Louisiana are under con
There are a vast number of paper
beariug upon these cases mat are be
Ing examined by tbe cabinet. Very
little uiscuesion is invoiveu id tne con
sideration as there la harmony of
views between the president and the
cabinet In the matters before them.
It does not seem probable Judging
from what is already kuown that
these cases will be disposed of sens
rately but it is belleveJ that upon the
subject of tha withdrawal of troops
from their present positions in mw
Orleans and C'uluiublH (be tame direc-
tions will be given. Tlit're Is lutunse
Interest manifested to kuow the result
of the considerations now engrossing
the alleutiou of the cabinet but up to
thL hour the Indications are not favor-
able for a final determination to-day.
The Baltimore American atya Mr.
Hayes yesterday an ununited to sever-
al parties that called upon him ou the
subject that the administration would
take up the aouthern claim at cab
(not meeting to-day but It the oppo-
sing parties In New Orleans are an hot
for fight an they are represented the
fultllltiieut of his geuerous and amia-
ble Intention may be d.layed. At all
event there oau be no withdrawal
a long a ferocious threats rill the at-
mosphere ami attempts are made to
drive the president to haste.
The Hear anil tbe Crescent lll.lra.llul
of loch Olber The Popular reding
at Constantinople the Precursor or
Noon AKSOolnteil Prww Keiort
London March 20. Russia's note
refuses demobilize until three events
happen: First the signature to the
protocol; second the conclusion of a
peace between Turkey aud Monteuen-
gro; aud third a preliminary demobili-
zation of the Wuhan's forces. There is
a dead-look III consummating the
treaty between Turkey and Hervia on
a matter of etiquette and Monieuen-
ir.ro la stubborn about a cesalou of
A special Vienna itlapateli to the
TimeH eaya that HimiiltuneotiHly with
Kod iiewe from the Went cornea noth
ing but bad new. from the hutu. The
Intelligence In regard to the popular
feellnu In Conatantinople Indicatea a
state of tlilniM which experience ha.
proved to be 'lie precursor or a great
A Nlrong Movement lit the Interest of
the Npetxly Meealnbll.hiuent nf the
Temporal Power or the Pope.
London March 20. The New pub'
lishes a remarkable letter from its cor
respondent at Home containing the
followlug: "The extreme sections of
the ultramontalue are at this moment
eulistlng adherents to create tlio Ko
mau question. Various Jesuits bear
ing Instructions from Father Heckc
general of the Jesuits have arrived at
the Vatican from Florence. Father
llecke warmly counsels tha project.
I have positive assurance ttiat Itccke
and his adherents promise little short
of a speedy raestabliahmeut of the
temporal power of tho pope There is
uo doubt that steps In this direction
have long b en preparing. The Cath
olic societies in Austria and (Germany
have pledged themselves toco-operate
inessential features of the plan which
is that the uext conclave Is to he held
in Home so that the new pope may be
proclaimed a prisoner like Pius. Car-
llnal Simon approves and supports the
plan and the pope himself has written
letters to the emperor of Austria the
klngof Belgium President McMahon
and Kx-queen Isabella. A series of
express Instructions have beeu Issued
from the Vatican to avoid collision
with the civil authorities but at the
same time to keep up a pressure on the
Catholic powers to obtain their
adhesion to a crusade for the resuscita
tion of the Human question. The Vati
can iniHooiaineu ustaoi volunteers pre
pared to serve under the papal flog
and largesums of money have already
beeu deposited in France and England.
laraa'nk Agalu I'romlar.Cnasld.rale
Treatment to Al.areand Lorain.
Hkhi.in March 20. Prince Bis
marck to ret ul u a majority In the
reichstag h is again promised Alsace
and Loralue as considerate treatment
and as large a measure of local au
tonomy as is consistent with the Im-
I he nitnnllon at t'onalBiillnople Vol-
raule Invective against tbe Gov
ernment Openly Hpokeu by 111
Conbtantinoi'I.k Murcli 20. Police
are Kept coustautiy searching alter
tbe authors of tha placards which are
posted by night even In the public
buildings guarded by sentluels and
anonymous letters to the Minister?
full of invective against the Incapable
government which while it takes all
the able-bodied Mahommedans for its
soldiers and grinds dowu tho people
by war taxes yot makes humiliating
peace with Servla and yet talks about
oeding territory to tho Moutenegro
robburB. The Ulimas and Sottas are
transported to Haint Jeau d'Acre but
that does little good as the same
language that appears in the placards
la current amongst the people being
spoken lu every cafe and even in the
government ofllce and military posts
Arrests are made houses searched and
conspiracies sought which do not
exist at all exoept among those aotu
ally In possession of power. In this
condition of the popular mind the
prospects of the negotiations with
Mouteueugro caused great anxiety
but what Is feaiud ruoro than anything
by all reflecting persona at Constanti
nople Is the eventual disbanding of
tbe army. Tbe people have beau dis
turbed from their normal avocatloue
throughout the empire to dufeud their
country aud religion and now these
thousauds of Alba lauluuj Circassians
Arabs aud Kurds will go borne again
probably unpaid to find their lands
untitled aud homes destitute. Every
letter from tbe outlying proviuoesla
full of wholesale disbaudment of this
Lono Bhanuh Maroh 20. The Rush-
land now lie easy. Tbe wreckers are
In hopes of floating her with the next
LA UKLLU FKANCE.
Parla and Dallas 4'laap Hand. -A
Prtwenl to tho City of Ballaa by a
4'illita or Parla.
Last night at the council meeting
Johu Henry Brown made his appear-
auoe before the oouuoll with a loug
roll In his baud. He stated that It was
present of a new map of Paris to tha
City of Dallas by a former Frenoh re-
sident of this county and It was pre-
sented lu the followlug words. Hie
Hkkai.d publishes the speech at the
request of the couuoll ; -
f KK8KNTAT10N ADPHEKH.
Mr. Mtyor aud gentleman of tha City
i ouucu :
I am charged with the performance
of a very pleasant service and ask
your Indulgence but a moment to ex-
nialu Its nature. You will remember
that Francois Cuutragrel a geiillemau
of Intelligence and the most liberal
views was one or the chler fouuder of
the French colony called Heunlou lu
inis county more tiiau tweuty years
ago Since then deeply Interested lu
the political liberation of hlaowu o uu-
try he relumed to Frauoe aud engaged
actively In those great measures of re-
form which so fav have rendered that
country a constitutional republic In-
stead of au iron-willed Imnerlalisiu.
He stands today au active member of
the parliament of Frauoe as a deputy
from the great department of the
doiue and is also a counsellor In the
government of Paris.
Ou tbe recent visit to that country.
afhia old friend our French fellow.
citizen Mr. Francois H.ntelrre who
li.ire liaii many maps pamphlets and
other evidences of the growth of Dal-
las and Texas since he left in he full
anxious to present some testimonial
of his kindly remembrance- of our
town people aud State. An entirely
new map of Paris having Just beeu
completed as a guide to visitors at the
International Exposition lu that city
uext year he sent me one of the first
copies issued with a request that in
his name I should present It to the
mayor aud oommou couuoll of Dallas
as a testimonial of his kind and atTeo-
tlonate remembrauoe of his Amerlcau
He Instructs me gentlemen to say
that he is not uuiuludful of the fact
that a countryman of his the Cheva-
lier de LaSalle In 1U85 nearly two
hundred years ago was tbe first of our
race to discover to laud upon aud to
die in Texas That another of his
countrymen the Murouis de LaFav-
etle was the tlrst aud most prominent
of all forelguera to oiler lite aud for
tune to the cause of our forefathers In
tbe revolutionary v ar. That he with
Henry Castro Victor Cousiderat and
others of hi-i oountrymeu within the
recollection of most of us Joined hands
In elloi Is to plant the seed of Freuch
I'lvlli.ation French chivalry aud
French hospitality along Bide aud In
conjunction with their American
brethren In the wilds of Texas. That
from the tlrst year of the revolution
lu 1775 d. wu to this hour through
war. bloodshed and carnage. Is both
France aud tbe United Slates no eveut
bits transpired to sever tho unoleut
strong and ever-Increasing ties between
tbe two countries: and lastly that bis
sou Simou Charles Cautagrel born at
Keuulon near Dallas ou ludepeud-
once day March 2 twenty-one years
ago as you will see ny the beautifully
engraved inscription ou the map loins
with his honored lather in this simple
butsigu'llcant manifestation of respect
ami good win to the people or his na
tive home. Uentlemen tbe act la as
touching as beautiful. Four years ago
you honored Mr. Cautagrel by bestow-
ng tils name upon one or our most
beautiful streets; to-night honor him
by accepting his appropriate ottering.
The city attorney on behalf of the
couuoll replied ae follows:
Dkah Sik -In behalf of the city
council aud the oitlxeua.'of Dallas al
low me to oiler tlteir sincere tbauks to
Monsieur Contagrel for his present.
We appreciate the gift coming a It
does from oue who by It no doubt
intended to remiud us that he still
cherished a kind reroembrauoe of tbe
country which shcltfrd him In his
'lours of adversity we recognize in
it au evident desire ou his part that
our growing city may oue day- become
as great and important as ins own el y
of cities. We appreciate It the more
as coming from the representative
of a people who have ever fblt kindly
toward us one witiou uas ruruiHtieu us
many good citizens and helped us to
make a history of which we are all to
After this the followlug resolution
was adopted by the couuoll.
lie it remdml hy the oil) tmuncil of the
city of Dtftan That the thanks of the
city . of Dallas be extended to
Mousieurs Cautagrel for tbeir preseut
to our city of a handsome map of tbe
city or fans.
That we were sensible of the corns
plliuent paid aud the good wishes ex
pressed in tbe preieulation or said
That the city marshal be aud la here
by Instructed to have the map proper
ly mounted and suspeud from the
wall of this ball.
The case of the Stats vs. J P. Hor-
bach charged with murder was con
tiuued by tbe State till tbe u.xt term.
Issued two search warrants on appll
cation of Bailie Daugherty's ton who
desired to seaich tbe houee of Mrs.
Perry the mother of the mau arrested
on the charge of murder.
Civil cases ouly occupy the attention
of the oourt aud they are mostly suite
for small amounts.
N't thing of Importance.
An old man made a report to Mar-
shal Morton;iast night that a number
of vagrants had camped on his lot near
the gas-wcrks and were burning up
his cord wood. The marshal rallied
his forces and also some of the depu
ties and charged tbe camp taking
CENTRAL ItAILWAY CASE.
Flral Wood for the Homo Manaa;onaa
Tho raao t'oatinojodl for Thirty Day.
pMial to Tua Harald.f
Austin Maroh 20. The case of tbe
bondholder vs. tbe Houston and Texa
Central railway was continued for
thirty day. The general Impression
here I that the check thus sustained
by the Dodge party la equivalent to a
We received a pleasant oall from Mr.
A. L. Teagarden of Calvert vesterdav.
Mr. J. Paul Jonea I In the city aud
topping at the Sau Jacinto hotel for a
Mr. Halph Church returned y ester.
day from au extended trip through
Tbe ever genial Major I. C. Stafford
representing John I. Adams A Co. la
again lu the city. lie la domiciled at
John T. Leldb one of the oldest and
moat enterprising merchant of Cle
burne Johusou oouuty Is In the city
stoppiug at the Lamar house.
Mr. P. H. llardwell the clever and
efficient advance agent of the Uaverly
miustrelsleave. this morning for other
del Is. We oouiineml htm to the pret
wherever he may go.
E. F Puruell United States deputy
marshal aud son of Thomas Puruell
the United State marshal paid Titu
Hiualu ofllce a visit yesterday
Mr. J. U. Hatch the general agent of
D. M. O'Spaeu 4 Co's great reaper
house la ttttlug up a haudsome new
ofllce and salesroom on Elm street.
William A. Hludman county attor
ney of Kaufman paid Tua Hkrai.u
sanctum a visit yesterday. lie stated
that the preliminary trial of Perry
for the murder of JPaugberty would
take place ou Friday and that there
was considerable feeling over the
Mr. It O'Connor an old contractor
on the Central now of Fort Wayne
Indiaua who has been here for a week
or so left last evening for San Antonio.
Mr. O'Connor ha conceived a favor
able opinion of the business out-look of
Dallas and be and hi sou will proba-
bly locate permanently In this city.
Mr. O'Connor la a geutleman of liberal
fortune and will prove an acquisition
to our busluess community. .
Last night W. L. Hall Esq. accom-
panied by hi bride arrived on the
Central train at 7:35 and went to
the LeGrand. The boy hearing of it
got out the Germanla band and gave
him a serenade. He came down stairs
aud was greeted heartily by bla friends.
Tub Herald congratulates Mr. Hall
and to blniBelf and bride It tender
warm wishes for their welfare and
also that prosperity aud happiness may
strew their pathway through life.
The Hew York UoM Exchange Il-
aolved. Nkw York March 20.-The New
York gold exchange was virtually dis-
solved thla afternoon hy the . adoption
of au ameudmeut to the constitution
to the effect that where a majority of
the members shall agree to dissolve
the dissolution will take place when
dissolved. Three members will be ap
pointed to wind up affairs and divide
theasaetta. The room after the dissolu
tion will be used by the stock txchange
for sale of gold bond aud miscellane-
ous securities. Note Tula 1 the real
end of the war. :
Weather Koport. '
For the Gulf 8tates:;areas of rain
flailing barometer southerly wtnda
shifting to southerly with lower tem
perature In the southwest; cautionaty
signals ordered at Galveston and In-
Nokfolk Marcli . 20. The Russian
fleet aalled to-day for New York. :
London March 20. Betting on the
Oxford and Cam bridge crews was even
New York Maroh 20. The Penn
sylvania coal company sold a quarter
of million tons of coal at ten to
thirty cents a decline from February
The Problem .of Life.
The Irishman who read the newspa
per wrong side up when asked what
news replied "Big storm at aea: ahlpa
upside dowu." . Equally understood
are the works aud Jditsertatloua that
treat upon those vital questions where
on hluge the success or failure ot evtry
peraon's life. To many life Is sealed
book and though the; live to old age
they die Ignorant of the power that
lie dormant within tbem. The recent
work "The People's Comiuoo Seuse
Medical Adviser" from the pen of K.
V. Pierce M. D. of Buffalo JNew York
discusses these matters fully and ably
In their various phases. Frio i oo.
Nearly cue thousand pages Illustrated
bound In cloth and gilt aud alout one
hundred thousand copies bave already
been sold. Address the author II V.
Pierce M. D Butielo New t.
California papers have just begun to
arrive with editorials beginning ow
that the long suspense has ended."
Moodv thinks the thief on the cross
was the best Christian aud reminds his
hearers that "God was twenty-live years
building up Abraham's faith. '
"Whoever says I am a railroad attor-
ney is a liar and a coward I I mean it
sir a liar and a coward !" Proceeding
of the Minnesota legislature.
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