The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 34, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 3, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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TUESDAY MOKNIIUJ : : : i : Al'KII it.
Tiir editor of tlioTexurkiiini lkmoorut
1 nut in favor of milking "imrty iilllliu-
tion a badge of vooiul luaooiution"
Well who is?
A i.oxu letter or a jniWio addreit from
Oov. Coke on tho milijeut of nittional
politicH Jiit now would be road by tho
poopleof Texas with niudi Interest
The Corsiciina Inlcx under itsjircnitnt
editorial inanagonnmt is hii honor to
the county in which it in juMinheduml
an Ornament to the ranks of tho jtrt'Bs
of the State. Long may it live ami
Nun an Patton a nmnibor of tho firm
of Ward Dewey & Co former leHsoes of
the penitentiary is suing his paHners
for one hundred thousand dollars. Na-
than will have a rough time gathering
them shekels or wo are no prophot.
It is rumored that Guy M. Bryan
Esq. of Galveston is soon to bo named
United States minister to Mexico If
so we shall have found 0110 act ot
Hayes' to applaud if wo never do
another. No botterman for thoposition
can be found in tho United Slates and
it would bo a compliment to Texas out
of which she may got real advantage or
more properly good service
The Philadelphia ZMtam says: "There
is sorrow' in Virginia because Col. Crit-
tenden has been detected in lUulony."
The difTerenco between Virginia and
Pennsylvania is in the latter State he
could have behaved much more dis-
gracefully and instead of sorrowing
over a fallen estate tho people would
have voted the perpetrator into the
senate or have made him governor at
FrBuc morals havo a hard timo of it
in times of great financial Htringency
like the present. Every mail and
every dispatch which comes to us is
burdened with its own peculiar weight
of embezzlement peculation robbery or
crimo of deeper die Necessity is us
often the mother of crime as of inven-
tion and hero we havo another strong
argument in favor of a powerful ell'ort
of tho general government to bring
about a better commercial linaneinl
and manufacturing condition at as
early a day as practicable.
With all the best lights before us we
fail to soo why it is that tho papers of
many parts of the Slato publish so much
horror as to the gnushoppcrs. It seems
that they prefer a panic and too one
which has no possible foundation in
reasonable probability. Every observa-
tion by intelligent farmers which has
como to tho surface on this subject
since the grasshopper invasion lust lull
goes to convince reasonable people of
the entire innocence of tho insect for
tho present season. Instead of labor-
ing to weaken tho purposes of our toil-
ing farmers these thoughtless journals
should strengthen it in every possible
truthful way and nothing :loes this so
ell'octually as by limiting up statistics
and observations of previous visitations
of this kind and publishing them for
the comfort of all concerned.
Ji'uub liuiiKoiu) an old and close ob-
server of farm matters for the lat
fifteen or twenty years in Texas re-
members distinctly when in '58 the
grasshoppers hatched out in almost
countless myriads Although a panic
existed for a timo among tho farmers
yet a better crop was raised that year
than for many preceding seasons.
Judgo B. is sanguine that the present
season will bo signalized by the heaviest
crop grown sii.co 1S72 and it will ex-
ceed that just so far as the acreage of.
tilled soil exceeds that of the year men
tioned. Indeed instead of tho appre
hensions toll by many who have short
memories or who do not retleet there
should exist the utmost eon fi donee that
tho tanners of lex.is will bo blessed in
brtth basket and store this so ison. us
they are rarely blessed theso latter
Several days since tho Galveston
News had the following paragraph. It
will have a general interest now since
the rumor of Mr. Durand's suporcedure
"We learn that Superintendent
Durand of the Texas Central re-
ceives a salary under the appointment
of Dodge' of ten thousand dollars per
annum. With this salary will Mr.
Dodge rise to explain the number of
months he is allowed in each year tole
absent at the North where his family
resides while his salary 'is going on at
What was a Letter
The subjoined lines composed tho ad-
dress on a letter sent through the post-
oflice some days ago :
H Tot O. C. F. Jones the pug-nosed scrub
Who's very fund of ham ah I
And's preasln oold brick for (rub
Jo Belnia Alalia ai-ah I"
Am Old Reldler la a Hew Field.
St. Louis Republican: A party of
adventurers from Louisville on their
way to the Black Hills passed through
this city a day or two ago among whom
was one a character. He was an old
Frenchman who hud been a soldier as
grizzled and browned as though a possi-
ble comrade long ago of the soldier of
the legion who "lay dying at Algiers."
The old soldier was accoutred in true
military style carbine canteen and all
and in the new expedition in which he
had engaged seemed to feel- his youth
renewed again. He was uite as enthu-
siastic as any younger members of the
party regarding possibleadventure and
it is safe to predict that though his
eyes may not be what they once were
the hostile Indian who ventures within
range of his antique carbine will be an
BARGAIN AND SALE'
We havo hud frequent occasion to
re fur In severe terms to the evident
trailing proclivities of thn present
national administration. Wo have had
also occusion to chido our Democratic.
Congress for tho same grave moial mid
political fault. Hut wo wero almost al-
together unprepared to Boliuvo that
this modern political trait had worked
half tho evil and demoralising effect
which Colonel Mills shows ho clearly
that it bus. The speech from that geu-
mun which we published Sunday morn-
ing last will be read with painful sur-
prise by many an honest man who
still clung to tho comfortablo delusion
that there was some honor remaining
in tho Republican party and its lead-
ers and some lingering manhood yet
among tho Democrats This speech is
a part of tho iiiHidi) history of tho last
session which wo could only have had
from Colonel Mills and no other. Tho
other members ol eur Texan delegation
wero opposod to tho views taken by
Mills and of course it would be asking
mora than human nature is ca-
pable of theso days to suppose
they would volunteer tho inform
ation which is contained in this
frank unbought expression from an
able clear-headed clean-handed bravu
fearless and devoted public servant.
Colonel Mills' chivalric defense of his
colleagues is as just and correct as is his
scarilication of other high Democratic
dignitaries. It is only what 0110 has a
right to expect from him because
" Thn bravest nre the tenderest
The loving are tho darluK."
What a gloomy prospect lies before the
country if the Democratic party accepts
finally tho standard of party fealty' and
public political morality erected for it
by its foes: If wo can purchase return-
ing boards (and if wo are shrewd in
their appointment we can always do
that) it is our highest party duty to do
so; if wo can accomplish that wo cm
hold national power to the end of time
and party fealty demands the oUbrt.
No other civilized government on earth
has ever sunk to such a level before.
Even Mexican ambition is manly
enough to light to accomplish its endsi
rather than obtain them basely by bar
gain and sale.
Few people at' tho South are prepared
to hear the truths which Mills utters
but they should hear in order to bo abl
to guard against the fastening of the
baleful policy upon our political leaders
loor and impoverished "s our
peoplo are made so by the usurpations
and tyrannies of tho general govern
moot for the last httecr. years; no true
Southerner would see bis State or sec
tion rescued by tho sacrifice of honor
manhood and purity. Let us not bartc
away theso great qualities for a mess of
pottage which Will quickly turn to bit
ter ushes in our mouths. Let us remain
true to tho standard of political purity
and honor erected for us by .h'tl'er.son
Patrick Henry Calhoun McPulli
Troup Crawford .lackson and others
who illustrated and adorned tho earlier
and bettor years of our political history
If this is " Bourbon" Democracy then
we are and are proud of tho fact a
Bourbon of tho deepest die II
to be progressive wo must trade
and trallic in the honor and man
hood of tho country as they do
stocks in Wall street we do not want
to bo considered progressive and this is
no solitary utterance ot a smglo paper
it is the united voice of the manhood
and intelligence not of Texas alone
but of the entire South.
It is said that General Sherman is in
Washington again with more faith than
ever in the two Shermans now known
as the purse and the sword.
On the arrival of the news of tho cap
ture ot Lord ( (trnwallis and his w hole
army one African meeting another
salutes him thus : "(! how do Cutlee.
You hear 'bout f uriiwallis?" No; what
about Cornwallis ? "Why. General
Washington shell ot! all de Corn and
now ho (Viwallis." Massachusetts
Spy rebruary liv
A Washington dispatch (ay ; Iiv
singular coincidence a letter writter by
John P. Lee since his conviction ami
addressed to one of his numerous wives
reached the dead letter olliee ol the
postoflice department 011 the day and
near the very hour ol his execution at
Mountain Meadows. The letter- had
failed to reach the lady throuiih misdi
rection and was forwarded to tho right
address by thcpostotlice department on
the day it was received there.
The Author or Thai l.asa ' I.owrle's.
Mrs. llumett the author of "That
Lass O Lowries' which has been run
ninir in Ocrimrr'. is a native of Enc-
land who removed to this country when
a child and settl d in Knoxville Tenn.
She is still but a young and blooming
girl though married and the mother
of two boys. Her husband is a skillful
oculist himself a writer who is now
establishing himself profcuionally in
The Danahler el Lola Monies
If you happen to be looking around
tor a wile and have the requisite at-
tractions iierhans you can act tho only
child of Lola Montes and King Louis of
Havana who Is in Ualtiniore. She rc
juices in the title of Princess Kditha
Lolel'a baroness of Rosenthal countess
of I.annsfoMt and mas married to Ir.
Paul N. deMessant a Frenchman who
was created count de Lundifel.lt. He
died in New York 1S73. SI10 has four
children and is r ot ovei thirty years of
The Hnjer of Coventry.
May fair: When the Prince of Wales
visited Coventry two or three vears
ago the secretary of his Royal iligh-
nM thinking the procession to the
station was moving rather slow ly sent
rather an imeralife nies-tage command-
ing "the mayor to trot." The answer
returned was "Tell Mr. Knollya the
mayor of Coventry does not trot. ' The
present occupier of the magisterial
chair was present at a dinner party
given not long since by the member
for North Warwickshire Mr. Bromley-
Davenport. He bad tho honor to take
the hostess to dinner. "I don't know
Mr. Mayor." said the ladv. "whether
you are at all afraid of the measles but
my little children have them mid
myself have had a sliuht alluek. One
more tho mayor of Coventry rose to the
occasion "Madame" ho said "I should
only bo too delighted to Uko anything
from so charming a source''
Aiiolbur Anclcul Uiius
Check oil another onm Abnnr Hunt-
Icy who died in Cuba New York late-
ly at tho ago if Kill years boeiiiiio of
at-'o Just in timo to vote for George
Wanhingeon for president at his first
election in and had voted at
every presidential election since lie
retained his mentHl and physical pow-
er iu a remurkablo degree and in tiT2
when 105 years old he trained an uu-
unbroken horse to tho saddle and
rode it at tho head of the campaign
parades. He loaves a sou who is HI)
muuiiTiu VoiTngTn"a ho.
What Purports to be Hi Original Or-
der ler the Hwiiniulu Bendows ..las-
sacre. Nrw Yoiik March Si'J A speoial from
Tucson Arisona says tho following is a
correct copy of tho original order given
concerning thn Mountain Meadows mas-
sacre. Tho oriler with three affidavits
authenticating it was found among tho
papers of tho late duel Justice John
1'itus of Arizona mid formerly chief
justice of Utah:
HALT Lakh City. April 111 WiH.
The officer in command of tho escort
is hereby ordered to see that every man
is well prepared with ammunition and
to havo it ready at tho timo you sec
theso teamsters a .hundred miles from
the settlement. President Young ad-
vises that they should all bo killed to
prevent them returning to Dridgcr to
join o.u enemies .hvcry order should
be taken ami see that not 0110 escape.
Secrecy is required.
By order of
(lit. IIANIKL II WILLS.
Assistant Adjutant General.
The original order with the aflida-
yits.are in my poascssioiiand I have had
Irequent conversations with tho lato
Judgo Titus my former law partner in
regard to tho matter and ho never
doubted tho genuineness of the order
or the guilt ol lirigham young.
1. C. IIIKillKfk
ANOTHER VKIt.llON Or TIIK OlthKll.
Sas Francisco March 18. Referring
to tho dispatch from Tucson Arizona
totbe effect that the order for the mas-
sacre at Mountain Meadows was found
anion the panels of the lato ex-Chief
Justice Titus iv gentleman living in
this city formerly ft resident of Salt
Lake savs he had the abovo document
at one time in bis possession und had
no doubts of its genuineness. It refer
rod however to some eighty men who
had been teamsters in the army sent to
. I tali uniler t olonel Albert hiiluey
John-don to escort the new governor
w ho replaced hrigham loung lit INx
Tin- t al ly Call of snow forced Colone
Johnston and Ins troops to winter at
Fort liridger 0110 hundred and twenty
mileseast of Salt bake and ns the Mor
mon troops under Lieutenant General
D. H. Wells bad burned iq
two trams ot supplies for tho I nib
States Army cast ol lirocu liiver
the general was forced to put tlio sold
iers upon rations and in tho early
spring of 1 858 these teamsters were dis
charged from service and permitted to
return Last where they had enterei
the government service 1'hey prefer
red to go West and started lor alitor
111a. I hey believed that as non-com
batants th'ev would be permitted to
pass through Utah unmolested but as
soon as the teamsters eamo over the
mountains and entered Fcho Canon
tlu-v were taken prisoners and made
subject to martial law proclaimed some
mo iths belore by Governor lirigham
Young. A gentleman who was then
among the Mormons in Fcho Canon ami
now residing in this city saw a small
division of eight or ten of those team
sters uiuK r Mormon escort on thoirway
westward. Tho Mormon militarv
authorities thought it prudent to divide
the eighty teamsters into small squads
110 doubt thinking their puvpo.vi woul
be easier accomplished than if they had
been kept together in such a body. The
Mormons deny that such a massacre
ever occurred or that such a order was
ew-r given but those who had given the
subject attention havo no doubt tho
order was issued and the work accom
This which is traveling around is no
bad: "What would you do if mamma
should die ?" sho pathetically asked of
her little three-year old daughter. "1
don't know;" remarked tho infant
with downcast eyes and melancholy
face "thspose I should have to thpank
'(Mil lt llbl."
Thi.ro aro ninny re nu h it remedies for that
Very prevalent dlseiuas Chronic Nunil Cie
tnrili but none which have Rlveu Keiieru
Hat Miictlou uml bi'coiiii.iu'kiiowleilned stun
third preparations except IT. Huge'a Catarrh
Iteinuly. It continue lo enjoy iiu uiipreco-
ileiiteil popularity. This retaliation lus Deeu
eat nuil lluonuli I lie peiiiiitnent eurts which
It hits wruuulit having pi ovei I llwlf a spe
cific In the woihI forms of tho tltaeiine
ritToa's l'orket Mcinoriiinlutii liooks are
Ijlveu away at tlruu stunts.
Ily die Uoveruur: I O. Hkakcy Hecrodtry
of Htlllo. IllOllttilltt
Mho gave hlui a neckties ss Is woman's
Ho wiser kinder gave her HOZDDUNT
He lot hi neckties hut she never lout
Her MO.UDOxr 'twas worth ten times it
It makes leeth white It makes breath
Both bless It every time they meet.
voir nci:i kot 11: .1 11
that people will knnw that your hair la
dyed If yon u (hat perfi et Imitation of na
line TUTT'S Hair Dye. Ho one can detect It.
It Imparts a soft glossy color ami fresh. Ills
loth hair a want uovor before supplied
in at is-iw
A I'vehrl l oll ef Money
Amoauts to very little when health Is
gone. To enjoy life a good sppe tlte.munil
ingestion elaaile limbs take Trrr's i'llls.
Then If you are poor you will be happy; If
rich you can enjoy your money. All Drug-
gist's keep thsia.
Deal (.rally wilt IheMomaeh.
Do not rack It with violent purgatives or
perroaneLtly Impair Its lone with In.llgwtl-
ble drugs of any kind; bat If your digestion
Is impaired your liver ont of order your
frame debilitated or nervous .system ntv-
strung Use that who'emtme and agreeable
alterative and tnnln Hosteller's HUttnaoh
Hitters whlca will certainly slforJ yon the
delilred relief. one oflheofflclnal teme-
dlia ca eompsre with It In reNbiratlve e'-
flcacy and as a metllctnal stimulant It Is by
far the most desirable as well as popular ar-
ticle o'lt slats lis basis the essential
principle of aoand rye. Is the bet possible
sgentfor hastening (he action of Ibn tntn-
to Ingredients which 11 In. l is In "olttMen
and those Insre-ieenta ens tb mnrt eltlra.
clo-.s wh eb chemistry ezliacts from he
vecftable Sim linn soil medical sclt-ocsap
puts to the core of disease.
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COLUMN;
K"iir-lliiii Ailviii'UHinuhtn liim-rteil 1 win.. In
inihuiiiiiiiiit lor 'i'wniiiy-l-'iVK ('mils 1111.1
Hi till. Illll. (if r'lVH (1.1114 ) r 1 III.: lor I II. Ii
Hii Ik .(limit Iiim rlliill
)t.N(H-llllil. Uavls A Co.'s (liiiiiil
I Hipinrn Hinl IJiirlvlu I'iuiion KiiihihiiII iV
lilinlmll I'lituiM hiulili'H Aiiitiilcuu itnil
h linlmll OrKiiiiH sUiols mi. I (iiiVum l. II A.
MCI-.V A.fsn Mhiii slitwl 1 111 Huh. tttt-lt Jj-Kit.
'I'd CiiNTHACTOHSI AM) lltni.llKIIH-
1 HuhIik' lilils will I111 iw'u've.l liy Ihnnii-
1lurslKHi.1l up to Apl.l III IS77 st hi oVIiiKk
111 1111 lliMt r.-.'llnii nl a I10I11I ill Hie Jiiiintjiiii
ol HiaTyli.r 'J'sp rouil wlin 111.- 'luu 1011I
I'hi'IIIii rouil ai'iiorillas In .liui 11 ml i.pni-iil-I'lUlniiminw
011 (lie III tin.. .Ill 1.10' A III LI r.M
t H.ANbKllH arc-hlUuis U.K Kin stunt
I J 11 1 1. u. Tint lowest or any hul not 111 1-sua-rl'y
mi i.ii.ii iiiciiiio lit
Fr Hal or Eiithtny.
pKiiriClirV-Kiir cilly propsrly or ( null
1 liiiitoviiil firm: 1111 (ni't-l'i'lil (uo nt.ity
Inlok Uwt.llniH In Ualvimlou with uli iniiii.
ttru eiiiproviiiiirniH mi corner lot wnli
stiililii i.lHlnfim t.uu Ailnlpliu KlnuAL'o.
roul enimit broker Ml Mala tin- 1.
. lipil ihtwlt
A "KN'N WAN'Biu for newTnd fast-seih
iV log liooks ami nnu Kainlly hihltis. Call
at eornei Houston and (.'oiuimireuNlrcuts up-
MllllrS H.IOIIl 7
II Y a rttsiieutahlu lady of g.ind ieh ress 11
J I HltiiHllmi in 11 lumliy uh KuverneNii ami
ooiiipmiloii or wouiii Ihkh (iinirguid hi. use
fin a Widower. Ail.lr.ws Kiss May Mils of.
OtlHK A new ami ilnairahln resldiuicii
in tlni Cedars eouvuiilunl to si rout
uais. Ai.ly lo Knfus Miers. apri
Vj I'.W HOUHK-wlth four renins for rc.11
Kiiiiiilni at Uiu
lll'OMllur Hlreiit llmnl
STdHK-Corner I'uol (1t hv. .11110 and Lainiir
slretil now occupltiil by Tillman A
friend will hit for rent 011 1st May. Arply
to 11. 1'. JHTf or tho uuUcrslKUed c. II.
A II)l'HI':-('()ninlnliior7rooiiis. Miiht
t v ii'ive won or uisturu iln!liud
W. 1. M. Herald (illicit.
1NHTUULTKIN Klven on the I'luno 11111I
. Oi Mini; also Vociil Io-Huiik by 11 coinpit-
tuit teiti'lHT at II. A. Heeva's Piano Whiu-
rdoin .'t04 .Main Werl HhIIiih. inrhiiS-lll
Wanted Bus rdinq.
A UKNl'bKMAN AND 'wiVB'caTTnml
1 V rojin und biiiiril In 11 private lauilly by
a.ldriwiiiK J'oNlollleo Hox Hi: cily. Also
two aen'lciuun as day boardois. Kitferenevs
reipilred. ' apra-tf
Wanlod Ftinuls Help.
WKT Nt' HHIKor lrifsiil three
luoiiths old. A no nil homo mxl n 1. .1
wbkcs ton healthy wouiau. Apply nt the
Herald olliee. n.eh.H)-tl'
ivl nio.itriito teriiie at Hamilton i Co.'s
Hat B.oru No. Ju7 mum ttn.et. ujiiil-'Jt
I MM HALK A good Cow and Calf. e.
1 one-hull linrlmin. Iiiipilro hxcoiiU while
eoiiiiKO uuea ol irlulty Jrou Works. C. 1
Hill Slock and fUtur-s of a neat sample
room In a good locution. aildiHs 11.
box Hill postoilleo.
lACK'H D 1011(1 HT A nictt drink at tin
il iMiiicliaiil's I'ixchauiio upiiimliii M. hoeb
Co. on him siieel.
CAMl'LK HOu.M A tieiit Hiini)lu rtioin in
i j a u.ioa loiuluiu. vitilrius
U box 11111
'I'hXASU.vKINU euWDKIt-ej cents tier
1 pound. Asa your grocer fur It. incliiM-tf
UKflPKNt h HiUl'KKl'V- At Mo. M pjar
Hreet. No more convenient house In
Uiu city. Ctl.iir ci-iitii. well ete. 'lerins
Ie10.011.1uie. cnl I iu or u-.(.l!H V. N.
'l V N. inehJJ-U
A.HUKVA H I'lANO UOO.MH-1114 .Main
Klr. i.t HalliiN 1'exan l'linnm and or.
Kims sold elieup lor cash or on iiiNliilliueiiU.
Cull nail ex.ini no or mi -id fur clieulars.
T'Olt HAbK On ton yunrs time thirty
1 thutlMiiid aeros ol good hill. I (old Hiir-
vojh). hi Ui-iiyKim Wise Xoung Jack Tar-
.sot Kritlh Hamilton J.ihiiM.n and other
. onntuH. Also other liiuils mid city prop
eity on the usual terms. W. C. Hlckles lui
t auijisuuci uaiias lexaN. nirnit-ltn
Old) l'AI'l;t!At that olltce
ties lo suit at SI u hiiiidred.
OTUAVE1) OH bTOl.KX-Two small roan
1. 1 I'oiutH; one a mare h avy btilli spin
11001 011 one lore loei oriinneo 1' anil 11 eoil-
neeled on lell nlioul.ler; the other a liorse
liuht build Willi bald fu se and three white
feel branded 09 on left shoulder I'. U. on
lell dtp. The finder will he rewarded at the
oineo orntotie A keutliiij Dullas Texas.
1JIAN0H AND OKUANS Tuned and lie-
1 paired Ueive ordeis nt II. A. Hoeva's
flano H.iiiihh i'i Main st Dallas. mrMS lit
IVOIIUKS leitnllv and quietly obtained
necossaiy. rea niter deeree. Twelve years
experiemie. A. CJOODKICH Attorney t
l.ew. I'll Penrbnn at. ('hloatjo III. Hn-Vt-.'Im.
NO. 510 MAIN STREET.
THE HEltALD has one of the most com-
plete and best appointed li.k Hliulel'le- Iu
the State with a corps of llrst-plnsa work-
men which will Insure (he public that or
dors will be executed With cenliiess ami dis-
patch. fll.p BOOKS AND MAGAZINES pEBOUND
Carrying a complete lino of staple and
fancy stationery w are prepared to exe
cute every variety or ruling.
NaT I a paction (dAitAMi:t:i).
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR
Of the State of Texas.
Of resumption nfthe possession and control
in uieniaie peniieniiaty and the property
ano conviuw IH-Ionging thereto lu the
inline aim uy i no aim. only ul theHtnteol
7b i'( (e uhum thrie iret nti ihull e.mr:
Knowve.lhatj.il. II. linl.!. ri nv
thorltyof law as (iovernor of the stale of
leiiis. ana in uenail ol salil Htnle hhall on
Monday the second day of April. 177. IuUm
a hi inu-im ine puwM-Mon control and
mnnagement of the penitentiary at Hunn-
vllle and all the pntprny ami convicts be-
longing thereto srhetner within or wltlinu'
the walls of said wnltentiai v.
On that day tbe lease heretofore made by
said Mtate to A. J. Ward K. C. ltewey and
.lumruu.D suiiii i ue aninoriiu-s and
powers conferred thereby case and de-
As aon as the property ran Ite inrnni
over to the Hlate and a settlement made
with the leasees so that 1 can know what lo
oiler 1 will at oa.-e advertise for bids for a
new n-ass lairanu open competition being
al owed to all. Jitdue James fc. hii.i.i ..r
rloavla county M.J.ir H. K. White of Kills
Tounty. and CsdU J. T. Uninea. nt
cuuuly will be apiailiite.1 Commissioners
cutler section S ol the act of the Legislature.
Plrtil August 1. I NTS. and are deaWnut.a
as the persons lo whom or to whose order
the Msueeawlll tuln over. iornUt .i i..
liver said penitentiary luproerty and con-
It vn Thomas J. Oore. of Walker counlv.
will be aiipolnb-d resident Rum rini.nH..
of (he psultuntlary at Huutsvule.
Ut neral W. I' lisnlein.in ol Oalvealnn
mnnty will he npiohued Appraiser (upon
Ilia part of IheHiate) id (he piopcrtv re.
(inlr. d to l e appraised under the act of Au-
gust I J 1-7.
All etitiviots will lie delivered h Sti.rlir.
to the Hiiia-rlnlen.leiit. who is iull.nr.i
glvedUH receipt thert-fur.
hhr thrprr mt where contracts aie being
camel nut la good failh eonvlcts at work
on farms will not be Interfere I with.
In testimony whereof I beret. sign my
nine and iee the seal of Hlale to bo ain
si Austin this toldsy nf March A. 1). 77-
a. o. ui JJKAilD UovemorH
For tho STeast 30 Days I
luclmlliig TEX HA U II I! LS Sjirln
1)0 NT FAIL TO CALL KAKLY ANi) SKCl'KK BAKGAINS.
MOUSK for-.. 3aqS35JT.
The Best Tongue Boot in the State
Acknowludgcd by All His Competitors
1H MA OK III"
Also all kinds ol plain t
CALF HOOTS AND SHOES
re made in nil the leading Styles and at lilt
rlees. The l.utesl Htylesof Inst are Jie t m-
ved whloh are very highly rueoiiiiiunilod I
II1I.V ST. (Inder T!i'miih(u'j4
and HKCOND KKCKll'T
yllUDK Is tint only New
jtooK oy i.r. a. tv.v.inise
nutlior of l)r. CIiiiso'h in
Iiioiih Keel pes eld. Iletfiire
ol a reprint of Untold hook
In Ii. ul ill. oi of the u. '11111...
new book here annoiineit'l
Hells at hUIH. Agents want
ed. Sum plo Copies Ki!.
Ad.lresn OIIASK I'l'H
DlHHlNli Cl).Tnle.lo Uhio
Molu I'libllher . .luu'ii.i.) tt-l
JOS - P H M E N V Z E It
WIIOLENAbK ASD KKTAIIi
yi City Irad a oclulty. n-xia de
JIIVuim Ileo "iiuiy
FOR R ENT 0 R IE
As I wish to retire from the Driinnilic nnd
Vnrlely busiiieds 1 hereby notify tlio public
(IX VMS ST.
And RESIDENCE Corner Jefferson and
Are for rent or sale. Parties wishing to ne-
gotiate lor either or both will call from I to
(i p. m. l'oye8lon to be given April 1 1.177
J0. W. THOMPSON.
MIUHTEK'S HAIiK Ily vlrtuao'n deed of
trust executed and delivered lo mo ou
tho Kill day of Hepteuiber. A. D. 1h7j oy K.
u. Wiilrond and J. W. Ulnyou ol the county
of Harrison and State of Texas conveying
to me In mint two eoitalu Iota of land lyini;
In said vou jty of IIiiuImhu und in the town
of Hall v. lie und designated ns belli); lot No.
5nnd the eu-si halfol lol No. 4 iu block oil"
wesl eueli of said lett having it store-houso
tli. 'icon situated for the purpose of seeuriui;
Mess.s. Miii-lc Stadler A ( o. In the payinetit
ol two ceituin promissory uoUs of two liuu-
dred and nlnely-iilue dnllurs ittnl llvehun-
ilred and seventy-two and Un-llHI dollars re-
spectively. And at the request of the siild
MncK Stiidler A Co. 1 will lor the purpose of
ii'akliig the unpaid haliineeof six luiudre.l
aed fourteen ami 7ti-liKi dollars dun on mil. I
holes dell said pretnii.es nt the court lioitsit
doer at Dallas In the county of Dallas an.l
State afoiesiild.ou Saturday the His day of
Marcn present month (A. 1). 1.S77 between
the hours of III o'ciocx a. in. and I o'clock p.
in. to the hltihesl bidder for cash lu hand.
It. D. COUUH Ai Ot: it TV istee.
March 7 i7. lnehiHiiIllnprl
that have bee.
rejected by (lie
sill in liuisl ca-
ses he seelli-Mil hv
u. Being opposite the l'at( nt I mice we aro
able lo make close cMimiuatlons and secure
l'lllenls more iiiotni.llv and wllb hrouder
and btiter claims tiian those who are re
mote from Wuxbingtou.
tbtftlncd for mechsnlcnl
devices medical or other
lenhtus tra.li-murks and
labels. Cnveatw. AMuiir.
Iii.'tils Interferences Intrlngeuieiits and all
matters relating to Patents promptly at-
send us a model or
rough sketch and
description of your
(he ol charge and advseyou lo Its patent-
ability all corespondenco strictly conti-
nual. Prices as low as those of any reli-
We refer lo Official in the Patent Office
sou hi iiiveiuoin in every maieoi me union.
DOiriH HAOUKK A CO.
Opposite Patent Oltlee. Waahlnaton 1) C.
CA1LNES & TII0KI1URX
(Successors to 8. T. HTKATTON)
GENERAL PROD JCE AND COMMISSION
And Jobber) In rain A Flour.
Heed (Jraln a Specialty.
Consignments and Orders Solicited
forsrr Kin H.rkrt lrrrs
DH. L. Ii:. LOCK 35
Notifies his friends thnt h h.s removed
from the Kan Jsclnlo uM lo his rl.lencV.
al (he corner of PatUr-o i Avenie and O'e
ad-i -stre. t bear ihecatholic Chu-. h. He
w"l b eiunn at his rsel !enee or at bis
orric '.or. the Hut.Hsrlnisliank.
U L L
I ii I LU I J
CZasw ajfMBkst sMSftj!ssji
1873 Sour Masli
Ip-n rJ sssisi ass
45 ' i ll
O- TJ 3ST
Marsalis & Underwood
AND DEALKK8 IN
Wines Liquors and Tobaccos
001 anil 60S Mnln St. corner Litiunr.
510 Main Nt. Herald lSuilding
CIGAR JSIO TOBACCO STORE
Iu tho Slate llrnnch of Jos. Kendrlch A
Dioh. Ualtiniore .Md. Eslabllshed it iu.
" tVa kecpconstimtly on bund l.OOn.OOO Clears
ol our own iminufucture and of the liest
qt allty und sell them gt lOnstern prices
i eere is no hrumt Kenulnc that does not bear
oi r signature. We ulso keep n very lnrt!tt
slock of Hue Merschauiii and Itnar-nait
11 pes Hit varieties oi Cuoirettes and Cigar
etle holders a larc line of KniokiUK To-
nr.cce r nut ( ul ami J"lu of I he best brands
W Jli'h we sell lit tho lowest llvlnu nrtees. W
Invite all dealers to call nnd e.-camlue our
iniKJ stock uelore pnrebiisliiK elsewhere.
ir.rliU-dtliil KK ANC1H KMX DlvIClf.
.lOHN MILLKH l'rop'r.
Good Itonrd ifi 00 ltr tVreK.
2.1 Cts. Per Meal.
No. Ill Camp Ht. Near T. A V. Depot
C B IE LIB.
K. B. I ITTt.KR.
Main street near Powtollloe.
eeusiies ccosas. Zto.
A full line of all the popular Patent Medl-
elnes kept constantly on band
larlioti'aradenfion paid lo thenillniof
I ML8T HAVE before th. 1st day of APML
Duileg the whole month of March my
STOCK of LADlKH'and UENTS FINK
"If AND OTHER JEWELRT
F. AUSTIN 50 MaliiiSU
i 7 . ii a
LU H W it
LlJ H I
i u o i.
CJ W b 52
to $ S
S 81 i
Perfumeries SoapsToi!et Articles
ALF11ED II. LiJiNNKUS
.cVttonnw tit JjJiw
&03 ZiltA (street
I'iinIoIiiiii A lilreas Lock lint
Heri(.iii'i.-r list National Hunk
ARCHEi. Si FLANDER3
29 Him St. Dallas Texas
I'lnns aud SHielilcHllons ciiiifiillv and a-
ourulely piepiuud and esilmatus fiiinnim d
or cliurclies seliool-hoUM'. Ntor.s i.i.
lelieiiK I'liiirl liolise Jails and nil kindi of
(Hi 01 lo aud pilvi.lu buildliiKs "d.ijiy
(yV). SI. lUXON
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW j
POHTOKKICB 4 111)11 It.H t(UOX" 2St
(llllflo (HI) Mulll street in tioslln Ij.iJi.1
hotel up Htiihrt. Wilt r.nai. e In lliMcuria
of Dallas and adjolnlnir cnuniicN and Iu tliu
reuerni uuii raupi e.i.e courts oi t uxiw
CHEAP ADVERTISING COLUMN.
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
(formerly of Je.9e.r8on Texas)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office over MarsnllN lluderwood corner
of Main and Lamar su-enPi Dallas.
Will practice In all the statu Courts and
In tliu rVduril Court Klvln particular at-
tention lu lualUtrs lu Haukruptey.
Ij. V. HorrlH.
Hollcltorln UmiUriiptcy United Htatcs ilia
trlct Court at Tyler. Oltlre 411 Klin street
IiuIIiib Texas. (Speciality iu nil mutters in
bitL'krmitcy 1'ro.ilsol debt taken throiixu.
out the Dulled ttatef. Chiirtjus reasouablei
Attorneys nt Us
C. 8. Edwards Attorney ut Law
Kllis eoiintv. l'exas.
Thurmond W'lllardi FletoliorA'tT'ys at
Law 311 Main nliet.t up stairs. octtxllm
John M. Htuminons Attorney at Law No
ijo North Hide Vutille Square up-stalrs
fhyslcluus nnd Marireoiis
Jno. H. Morton M. D Pliysielan and Snr
con olltce over Kirst National Hank. Husl
t iice comer Haa Jacinto aud Uarwoodsta
alms Tena Culls to the couutiy pnmipUy
n S n s. DHnb
C ti'tJi-v Vr' a
'.' t!sf- r
' U tlFi.r.lOi
f 6?"ih K 41
SOURNESS OF STOMACH.
DYSPEPSIA. 10SS OF APPETITE.
SICK HEADACHE COSTIVE NESS &C.
PROPRIETORS ano S01E MANUFACTURERS
j lata ux k DUUiAit.
pertain cure" for all I.I ver dlscastw Dy
0 Hie Loss ot Appetite Mck Headache
Costive ness. Houruc-iH of Htotnach Heart
Burn indigestion Jiiundlee HlllioUHiierl
Dlarrlne i Klux Chills und Kever Klc.
t'Ali I UX lu buyli.it iilwnyt k for Ir.
A. t. Sliiiinoim' LIVKIl MKDIC1NK pre-
pared by M. A. Thrdford A Co. Chatia-
iioohh Tenn. and see thnt the likeness ot
I r. A. Q. Hliumons is on each bottle .and
FOB BALK BV
noSKl.VS & HOWELL Dallas Tew
AJil) DIIl'tiUISTa USNKKAUT.
Western Iron Boat Building Co.
NOITH HT. I.OI IS. MO.
Iltiildersof Iron Iloatsand Bartfes Iron Kill-
way Cars Hollers Tanks nnd I'late Iron
Work for Blast Kuruaces. Dlstlilcrhs Htn-
di rlni! Ksliiblislimeitls etc. etc.
ThlNcompRtiv has uneipialed fiiflt 1 1 !" far
shlpidhK both by river nnd mil. and Hid'
ninchlncry and tools l.elim of the latest sid
most linprnved construelion tbey are able
to fiirnlsii the best work Bl tint lowest prion.
Proposals furnished on application.
Fr ench fVlillinery
ii mm unit mm.
Keens laive assortment of Ih !'
styles of French llnnnrls Hals. I I"
era. Me. Ladles visions Jcw Orleans
should not fall to call at No. 9 Chstlr"1
strFv-he cheapest KAHHIO.NAHLK J'1
Ll.N KKY HTOKE In the City. oetlVs-'""
We are now prrparcl to furnlh nil f'f'
ilh constant en. olnin.eiit at linine.
whole o'lbetlme.or for their spare ""
menu. Business new. Hunt and prollisi
renmn of either at-i eesllv esru If'in
rents to l-i r evenlne; and a proporll"""
sum b drvotlDK their whol lime lo li
uuKinrsa. iinf and siri earn if -
much as men. Thai all who a- th' n'""r
tnsy send their address and t-l (he "
ne. we make (bis unpsmlleled ofir ( 'J
such as are not well al'. fl.-l we will
one dollar to pay for Ihetrojbleof wrllinf
Foil particulars sain pits worth sen rsl
lsrs to commence work on and "'r'jj
Home and Klreal.l- one of the lsrt't
bSMl Illll. tmlA.1 ivnhliMllnnl all SDt T J
mall. Kea I r Hyoa wnt fern a- rX-PT"
I 'orkifldreaa .OiokoB Btisso ' "
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