The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, January 20, 1882 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DALLAS HERALD FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 20 18 ".
THE DALLAS DAILY HERALD.
f FOUTS. ELLIOTT At HALL.
Xmerud at the l'ostotlice at Dallas M Second
Cm wall mutter
FAHM. HANCIIE AM) COAL LANDS
J.50U tracts "I'eters Colony" or T . E. L. Co..
1. In l..nt.u I'l.iV An lll r. Jack. YollilV
Palo I'into. (Stephens Eastland. L'allahau and
Hbaekeuurd eoiinnea see cinimy uni
rtiui. .!...! trtM hi .mutt mill Other COlllltlcH.
Lot of coal and farm lands of 15.0U0 acres In
(Stephen; WW i ac res in Yoiiwr. A hcallliv
realon; has curly promise of several more rail-
roads. Karly Inspection Invited. Come via
T k t. K'y. to Wcatherford . or sale l.y
K R. UK A II AM.
flrnliam. Young comity Texas.
FRIDAY JANUARY 20 I8H2.
Notihnu new in Hie liuiteau trial yester
Hlie is under the weather
Mil. Siikbman's r'linilini: Hill whs taken
up in the United .Stales Senate yesterday.
A niHASTKors lire occurred at Hiizelhtirst
Mississippi yesterday ileal roying over $-1)-
010 worth of property.
Attention is called to a very sensible and
nointed coiiiniuiiiciitiou tliis momins on
Kansas will ho twenty-one years old on
the SHh Inst. anil Is trying terribly to sober
up for the serious duties of life.
Hah went her seems to ho generally pre-
vailing throughout thu entire country and
another record of losses by Hood and storm
inuy be looked for.
W. H. C'.iiiTtn.of I'cnsucola Florida made
un assignment yesterday to his wilo as a
preferred creditor. The wife is becoming
fashionable as a "preferred creditor."
Tim New Hampshire children have to he
able to get away easily with a "Third
Itouder" before they can be hired to do any
work if they are under HI years of age.
Atroiimsu to Mr. Wayne MaeYeagli it
is impossible to convict anybody in Wash-
ington. This must be consolutory partic-
ularly at this lime to Mr. Chas. J. tluitciiu.
"How did you ever get across?" Avery
pertinent remark now made in Dallas. It
simply has reference to the perilous voy-
agesot the citizens from one to the other
siilo of the street.
The Senate yesterday passed iho bill per-
mitting Mr. Justice Hunt ofthu Supremo
Court to retire. This will airurd Mr. Ar.
thur another chance to put a friend in office
in the event the bill becomes a law.
Onk of the fresh New York Senators Mr.
Laphani has presented a petition to the
United States Senate asking tiiut the Uecoid
of Congressional proceedings bo sent free to
every family in the United Slates. What
an idea that man must have of the literary
ami statistical tastes of the average Anieri-
uan citizen !
A si'kciai. term of court will be held com-
mencing January :t(th at Aberdeen Missis-
sippi for the trial of Iho two parties accused
of the murder oftho three sons of Judge
Walker near Aberdeen some months ago
The murder was cold blooded and cruel
tlio victims being butchered while asleep in
a temporary camp they being on a journey
at tho time. One of the prisoners is u white
man the other a negro.
Nkw Oki.kass advices report heavy floods
In (he region of tho Mississippi. Many
oulvorts are destroyed railroad trucks
damaged and trains delayed and various
overflows liavo taken place. No damage
lias beon dono however to the New Or-
leans I'acillc liailway and travel from Cali-
fornia to New Orleans and vice versa
through this city it is to be hoped will not
bo a fleeted.
The. most sickening details of crime
come to us this morning from Lancaster
Kentucky. It is another chapter iu the re-
cords of tho sorrow that waits upon a
mind unbalanced or gone to wreck and
why these "cranks" ure permitted to re-
iiiuin at larne when those who know them
are awaro of the danger to be apprehended
from this is a mystery. A farmer laboring
under u delusion murdered Willi un axe his
old father his wile two young daughters
and then h uug himself.
It is a good thing ordinarily to have two
bides to a s'reet but it is inconvenient when
there is un impassable mud-liflle between
thoin. Intheso times Dallas people have
to slay on that side of tho street whore cir-
cumstances lately found them. Wo trust
that a few mora days of clear weather will
render passable tho ordinary business inter
course between the dlllereiit blocks and
thoroughfares. In most places a force
would have at least been out remaving the
water and mud from those places where
tliero used to be crossings. However they
will he In better lit next sunnier if we
have another drouth'
Notwithstanpihu Mr. Beoville's manly
confession of ignorance us to tho intricacies
of criminal law the public ure slow to be-
lieve that the defense could have been en-
trusted to abler and more conseientions
hands. His denunciation of the pettifog
ging nrtillces of the big three Corkhill
I'orterund Duvldge who appear to regard
the prisoner as a sportsman his chase
and of the lll-cmicealod desire of promi-
nent ollicials to secure a verdict favorablo
to the government was as merited aa it was
acathlng. Indeed somo of the condemned
pracUc would place a ltusalun
court-martial In an unenviable light
A host of experts with heavily
laden pockets have testified to their belief
in dulteuu't sanity while the slender purse
of the defense hai been compelled Is rely
upon the charitable opinions of veterinary
nurgeon and outlaw! In tho Hold ol inedl.
tint for rebuttal. Sane or Insane the de-
fendant' character excites tho liveliest feel-
ings of disgust but Justice should remem-
her that the greatest criminal of the century
la before her bar that civilisation It Intent-
ly watching every detail of the trial and
should therefore spare ne expense In afford-
ing the prisoner facilities of defenso com-
mensurate with thetcrrihlc weapons weildeil
1) the prosecution.
A USSOJt IN KCONOMY
In tho South but particularly in the
Southwest where we have so long been
used to slave labor and large landed tracts
the tillugo of the soil has been for years
past carried on in a most reckless muiincr.
(reut results and returns have been sought
uftvr while the smaller tho apparently in-
signihcant features of the farm and planta
tion nave been utmost totally negiecieii.
We have long felt assured thut such course
was a chief cause of hard times and poverty
U'ilti miritf.ni.tii unit if is ItOHsillle for them
to profit immensely by tho example und
success or mo agricuuurisis hi mure
easterly and northern sections. The
fiirmnr in (lliin nr Xl'W York or New
Kngland makes every dollar out of his
ground and labor thut they will stand and
sees to it that no waste is allowed. Kvery
thing is utilized in some way and the hist
dime is squeezed out of the products of his
work. This .may uppcar to many us nig-
gardly and a conduct unworthy of immitu-
tion but when itsiuures' indeb'edness und
is the mcana of putting a bank account to
tho planter's credit.it is not to bu flippantly
or recklessly ignored. Wo lmvo got
to learn in tho South to bo more
careful of little things to watch
more closely alter the dollars und
experiment with a view to sav-
ini: waste beforo our farmers us a
class will begin to show and enjoy tho com
fort and thnlt witnessed in other sections.
However it is soma consolation to learn
that we are gradually growing wiser in this
particular and of Into many tisrful lessons
in economy have been (audit us that oiiL'ht
to receive even more general adopt ion and
attention. In the South of course our Ma-
nle is cotton anil is likclv to nititiunn iw
such lint it is a lamentable and indisput
able tact that tho study and investigation
in the raising and marketing of the plant
which the subject demands is not bestowed
by anything like that proportion of plant-
ers we could desire. The little leaks linallv
fill the ship ami the unnoticed wastes uro
equally disastrous in all kinds of business
agricultural mercantile or otherwise. In
Georgia the people are outstripping all
competitors in tho Southern Stales in en-
terprise and money-making cupucily and
have lately discovered another source of
prolit In the handling of cotton not beforo
generally supposed to exist. It is a lesson
in economy worthy of notice by all our
planters. We glean from the News and
Advertiser of Albanv. tieoriria. the follow.
ing interesting information: "A represen
tative ot the News und Advertiser was out
at Humboldt or JIarduway Station on Sat-
urday last and noticed several hales of
iiiystenous-looktng hark on the platform of
Mr l1'. 1 Putney's store. We iniiui.vil
whut it was ami learned that it was cotton-
root bark. Mr. l'litnev had booth! it fioin
different persons In the nei.'hborhood. nml
had packed It up into bales exactly us the
cotton staple is packed for shipment to
lloston where it is used in the manufac
ture- of medicines. The roots of
cotton plants are straight and gen-
erally verv smooth and can lie readily
stripped of their balk. Mr. Putney in
formed us thut tho hark was worth from
x to seven cents per pound. It really
ems now that thero ounlit to lie some
money in cotton culture. There is demand
r the entire plant and every ihinir it urn-
duces. The factories want tho siaih C.r
thread and cloth tho oil mills want tin
ced to make oil and cotton seed meal tho
uiper mills want the stalks anil limit tn
inaniifacturo into u very I'm grade of pa
per and the patent medicine manufac tor.
ers want tho roots to convert into medicine."
I he enormous saving thus to be secured
can be seen at once and many a little ex-
penso of the farm might bo met bv tl i in.
como so derived. The losses from this thnt
and the other causes in our annual crops
are so larva that it would be well i trv
very experiment calculated to uf-
ect the same and the roots and stalks
and limbs might as well reeeivo careful
attoutiou us tho need of cotton . This is
only one of course of many possible ways
oi turning apparently worthless articles to
account. No matter to what uses it mat-
he put ifa halo nl raw material will bring
from $.10 to $10 it is certainly worthy of
attention. The sooner wo make the vari-
ous discoveries relativo to the prolllable
manipulation of the surplus or heretofore
wasted materials arising from our crops
tho sooner will wealth and independence
overtake us. Why cannot a thousand
seemingly unimportant commodities be
turned to money und in their turn givo
existence to new enterprises giving scope
lor both capital and labor. What we need
more than anything elso in the South is
economy und pullunt investigation by which
the wasted dollars may ho saved.
rritirviNa tub ji kv aynticm
The recent trials ami cnvicit.ii im.ii
adelphia of tho character known as "Jury-
nxers nave stimulated attention pretty
generally throughout the country towards
tho many abuses in (.ho great. Jury system.
Wo have been in the habit of priding our-
selves upon the possession of this wonderUil
Instrument of Justice and equity and have
often delighted to re.'cr to It In such
extravagant terms as the "bulwark of lid.
erly" and other cnuallv lik-h -solllulloi
phrases. There may have been times when
such praise was not unmerited and the
average Jury could be depended upon
for a fair Intelligent and correct verdict
but the depravity of the times and
the history of the court within the lust
few years have taught us not to bo too
sanguine that Iho "twelve liners' Willll. I .1.1
Just as they ought to under the circum
stances indeed it has become a common
piece of pleasantry to remark that "nothing
is so uncertain as the finding of a Jury."
Undoubtedly this fact springs from tho al-
most universal presence now of corrupt or
Interested p&rtici on the panel who man-
age in a majority of cases to slip Into the
box In spite of the utmost watchfulness on
the part of counsel. We all know the re-
sult. Mistrials acquittals error In the ver-
dicts convictions occur when there existed
no earthly excuse for them. Then of course
Indignation arise on the part of those ac
quaintcd with the tact and a general dis-
trust ensues of the justice or efficacy of the
system. The "professional" too I a great
source of annoyance or dilator nr
dniug and until from one end of the coun
try to another broader wisdom Is displayed
in the summoning of the panel no bencti-
iul change can he hoped fur. The trials
referred to in l'hiladelphia where the
Times of that city joined vigorously in tiie
movement to efl'ect the conviction of "jury
fixers" und with success will undoubtedly
have the ell'ect of purify ing the system in
the City of ttrotherly Lore and what is now
needed is a salutary lesson of like
character in other portions of the
ceimtr. The man who rri'ls lnmmnrlv on
to a jury ought to be made an example of
aiiovc all otlier otlenders and if closer ob-
servance were made of violations of the law
in this particular hero und everywhere it
would be but a short time before good re-
sults would bo perceptible in a conscien-
tious discharge of duties now rarely seen.
Thero is no power in tho government so po-
tent and that so thoroughly permeates all
departments of life us this samo jury and
while attending to reforms and crime in
most every otlier quarter it is tho rankest
suicidal policy to neglect needed consider-
ation in the perfection of the Jury system. A
few days ugo a Chicago judgo peremptorily
dismissed the ordinary puncl known to be
composcd.largely of court hangers-on und
professionals und hud summoned .'a jury of
intelligent business men. Tho result was
astonishing. Moro " criminals were tried
and convicted and in less timo than had
ever been w itnessed at any previous court
and the criminals in tiie jail and all others
with pending cases in that court were
stricken . with terror and clamorous for
continuances. Wo suggest theso cases to
the consideration of those in our midst who
have the selection and suniiiioniiiL' of niuiels
uud udvise .imitation once in awhilu ol
the conduct ol tho Chicago court ofll-
lals. In 1 'hiladclphiu many prominent law
yers ulleiro that fur thu nust fifteen
in thut city not. a singlo jury has been
(triuvii in which all ol the twelve were
honest men. This is more than likclv the
cusc in otlier and numerous cities und
towns and tho necessity for purification of.
the system is apparent ut onro. Watcht'iil-
ne.-s on tlio part ol tlio authorities and in-vciitii-atiou
minutely of c ieli susnirions mil.
cropping will prevent theso frauds upon
and corruption of public justice. When
outsiders and ollicials and Iho press know
that the facts of a case warrant other than
the verdict returned it mav sufelv he In.
Icrred that there is something "rotten in
Denmark" and thosu charged with the
administration of the laws should find not
what it is and who is responsible for it.
Vt here tho power exists in one
mail to say who shall or who
shall not sit upon the Jury in the
various causes it is possible for him il'h.. he
so disposed to manipulate its composition
in the interest of his friends perhaps as is
often tlio case the verv men who elected
him to ollicc whether tlicv be
J - J "
representing their clients or panics to the
suit. In this event tho verdict is viritinllv
rendered by the iniiii or men seloctimr the
jury whether Slierifl' or Deputy ur Com
missioner this fact is undoubted v in
nine cases out of ten tlio cause of this "glo
rious uncertainly" ol the law. The reioctv
therefore would seem to be in the devising
and adoption of sumo plan whereby incor-
ruptible and in! -lligciit men could be se
ared as urbilcis in all these trials nml the
power bo as far removed as r.ractinihle from
the possibility of ubiiso In the selection of a
jury by uny oi.e or nioro men. The lives
mid properly ol our citizens are of too great
moment to be jeopardized by any other
than a course of the fairest und ttiosl impar-
l ulled States Court-
Judgment Was rendered this morning in
Iho caso of Nounibcrg Krattshuucr v. Co.
vs. Wallace of Terrell for&l.luo. uud or.h r
of sale of the attached goods.
In the criminal department there is not
much of interest left and I her. n-iti I.
prububly no conlcsteil cases tried during
this term which will bo adjourned some-
time before the llrst Monday in February
for the (irahain term.
Wo learn that a bill will he presented to
Congress ut this session changing the sit-
ting of tlio December term here to Jumiurv
with corresponding changes with reference
In t .1 i:....!..... 'Ci.:. :.. ...i..:. .1 .
... ............ a un ! 110 visaott' Its
II will exclude the Christmas holidays from
our allotted lime uud give us a to'lid two
iiiiMivo n run.
There has been a considerable amount of
business transacted bel'ere this forum ami
a large nutiiiier of people have been in al-
tendance on its sessions ever since it con-
vened and in the District Court more
nonunion until al any other term lias been
developed. Up to the present writing there
have been ten oratioen hotlv contested
case which put the District 'Attorney on
in. -un nun u n mm 111 neuriv every urgued
i'ii in fu..t In i...n ....... .i .
master ol the situation.
111 the case vs. I'aptaiu Nicholas Nolan
(for furnishing soldiers to Waller Johnson
in his I'auhuudle eaesl it was apparent
thut Nolan at-led only ufler the legal re-
otlirnini.litti I111.I 1.... ...U...1 ...1.1. . . 1
" . 'i ifiiiiifu mui.uim
I tin eusn u n. .iiltmit u-itl. ..
.... niii u IcriMimy Ol
Ill another cine of felling beer there
..... ....... .-.-v r. . li!tlt'll IO
tlio other and tho jury decided in favor of
ton woman n iney win alwuvsilo it you
give (hem half a chance.
Ill till. Iiitill.tr .if ll..t 1
dell defendant plead guilty of milking but
in. i-nyioK im itioni'v ami was acquitted
on the last charge without trouble.
mil in too cMiiiniuie case llieie was it ver-
llct fur till! riif.riiMiMMI 0.H .. I.... I
protracted trial. Perjury was t lie charge.
II. . Dillurd put in a plea of uuilty und
paid out lor selling tobacco without license.
James Hays idler two trials was llnnlly
fiilliid iTiiiltw !'.. I...II. .....l.:.... 1 !..
. .... . lining nun Missne;
the "queer silver dollar."
J. D. Shoemaker was found guilt v bv the
jury ol raising a ten to a lin v-thiUttr hill.
an Hook was also found guilty ut vio-
lating the postal-service laws ami "was sen-
.....n .. inn-e motiins imprisonment hut
litis been pardoned by the President.
A Judgement was a obtained by the
I nlted Mates District Attorney lor ftSl..
M vs. l.ovcludy on forfeiture of distiller
Altogether Uncle Samuel has been rather
r?Vv.iml1'" ';'"-"" plte or the valiant
light they made sgalnM him
r 1M Will l.a I.... 11. I- 1 .
01 I . . " ""mine more man plain
aailinit in the triiuhlml water of the crimi-
nal side or the docket this term.
Th niu.l.l .il.l ..... -1
.... ...... noeiiunie con
ception of the immense amount of clerical
ui . . 1. .? "om h" Cn tcd
his money upon requisition and then every
cent of It has to be accounted for by vouch'
.... .... . r Toucner dupli
cated. Returns Ve tn be made and en-
m every proof s-cvery Juror and
witness has to g' lwi(V
..iu..r .1 n"oue transaction
in I Ri 1 . ''.'"''i""1"" "f noney lias
- T imie vast pi c
abslraeleil ri.ll ....1 . 1 . .. 1
V' ' '"1""" " IF"'! OJ 111
court before it goes to tiie examining critics
ti Aim men tne ivpntv
.Marshal account make pile mountain
high items of every conccivuble descrip-
tion involved in their expense accounts
and their legal t-haree. The emolument
account (Mines in last which swells the la-
bor to a liu-e volume and yet it is neatly
and promptly done. The energetic and
thoroughly posted Clerk of the Marshal
.Mr. A. S. Lewis assisted by J. F. Knox of
Martin by dint ot labor night and day
have perlormed for their "boss" the Mar-
shal a prodigious feat of utlh-iul Work und
under the superintendence of the Murshul
himself have made out an "account cur-
rent" which wo do not believe ran be
equaled by any exhibit of any ministerial
f Iticer of the government. There is neither
blot nor blemish in the get-up of tho ren-
dering of these Clerks and wo are glad to
be able to endorse them as men capable of
pre purirg complicated accounts und papers
in the very best "ship-shape."
Tho condition of the streets is the com-
mon topic of conversation all over tho cit v.
Our reporter mado it his special business to
lislen ot the remarks uu.de concerning them
yesterday and at the risk of ueing lost in
some one of the sloughs on the crossings he
wnnl nvi.r lit.. ..it v tn .T..tln. I. .....
-. .... ... ... li.ii I'l'llll.lllS 1
the subject. He didn't interview anyone
this was not his mission. His only ob-
ject was to listen and to jot down wh'at he
heard. It wouhl take a paper of twice the
sizaol the iliciiAi.n to chronicle all the
anathemas that fretted the uir on veserduy
s they fell from tho 'lips of
disgusted citizens. Uno party said that if
Mm A lil.-ini L-nniv l.nlfll... ..u ui.l
. ..v ....... ...v .. .... . 11.1b tAI) n.111 i:ill.
corning them they would in self respect re-
.uHii inu irnsi. uir propic nave commuted
to lliem und which many sav they have
hntrirj.l 1 l. oi. ...... 1.'. '!... t :
j ii.t ihsi:ih r sion ill wnilS-
sion and ot commission and derelictions of
(itiiy generally u is a lamentable fact
that our streets m e but loblollies; thevare
tVPllniifli li.itOil.aa t.itu .1' l.l. 'Cl...
are a disgrace to u civilized community; a
.-.uuiii; nun n:i uui rage to an enlightened
people. The people canned help themselves
4S lollL' m their 1'ili? ri.;t cmi.
iaert tailing and refusing to do
- - ........ 1 inn i-iii
ii mis siiKgcsicii iiy another party thut the
....... ....... .... in iv-vi.LlVll H1I1H lllt'll
terms nf nUlci. i.Tttin bi - ti...iv
trimming their sails to that end by a policy
of udeged economy. Hut I hero is certainly
no economy in permitting the streets of the
city to goto wreck and ruin; there is no
economy in forcing the people of this
city men andwomen and children to wai'e
through mud holes and water pools from
ankle to knee deep; there is iio centum: y in
""""h ."u nitii:in a miticiv HJOIie
thut. nviirir lit.. it ... n
1 i ...'. it laui.-i ntiguiin
and druys must drag through mud and
u .. !...:. ....I i : .. . .
...-.1 ii iiii-n uAies; mere is no economy
in causing strangers stopping here to curse
tllC I'itV for n Miinirmi.. ui.li
. - -iin in iiiiiiiii
others who contemplated stopping and
t'K'.'.nMV inve.-iiiiig ni-re KO oil III' W illi It
shudiler.ntid with thanks to heaven that tin y
saw the plucc in the midst ot'a rain. There
is no economy in this sort of thing nor is
there uny common sense in it nor is there
U chance tor inn- rn.nhw-f im in t Tl. l
I - ................ j 11 irilIIU
ilon t elect cily litlhers with tho view that
they shall trim here back there and (ill
yoniier striving to catcli a popular breeze
that will waft them to a re-election.
They elect them to do their duty; to do ull
things needful for the city's welfare and
prosperity and certainly no man. not even
an Alileriimii will u.ri.ult ... i...t t... :
.. . i j v -ii ii.il ii nun it
is not to the city's interest and wel-
nire to nave good sidewalks good
and clean slrect-crossiiiL's. unit firm
IrV striu.ta It' il .--;.. t ..... .1
longer the probabilities uro thai the soil'of
me i-uccis win nave necome so worked-up
and so soil that llat-bont lines wouid do a
IfOOll llOilWtt ill I.- vi.r.il i ll..... MM..
" ... iniiii. xilC
prrsent Hoard ol Al'li.-rmeit us things go
and a little more ruin will mako Dallas the
head of navigation indeed.
luilghts of I'jrlllhu.
Mr. J. II. llalhborne the Criind Chancel-
lor Commander und tho founder of thu Or-
der of the Knights of Pythias arrived in
the city yesterday morning. He was met
tit the ;dcpot by u committee from t'o-ur tie
1. ion Lodge who took charge of him.
l ie evening the distinguished guest and
the members of tlio Onlcr were
entertained by Mr. Hubert t'lark
at his resilience comer of (lermania
and Live dak streets. A sumptuous
retlilst mw iliril ti-li..l. ....... 1 :i ...
; -i i. ..- loin 107 en
joyed by tltose present. Later in the even-
111 tin ir.illui..- 1....I.....I . . .
r- h. ... mi. n-i iiiirn in i gooit-sied
audience at Craddoek's opera house
Ills lecture was "Tho Mission of
l)iirt)rder."aiid he handled the subject in
a masterly maimer. He leaves this morn-
ing lor Austin.
Tim much advertised and
loudly boasted of prices of any
St. Louis house "without a
middleman" can all be dupli-
cated on Elm Street at
China Tea and Dinner sets
are offered hem in a great
er variety than in any re-
tail house West or South and
importing them direct and in
unbroken packages hi-intro
ces down as low as anywhere.
-"ui ai mc rancy Uoods
liaskcts Crockery Looking
glasses Glassware Vases
loilct sets etc. etc. etc.
Q ARLINGTON & FIELD
0J Kha8trcet General
tnd ttrftlnra In
lour rhi and Wpatern 1'roducN
iWton and Apple. Bpeclalty.
j CROCKERY X
J. O. STANAGE
HKAPqPABTm DatLAg TEXAS
ronimtuilcatloni aullcltcd and cheetfully .
MACHINERY ! j IMPLEMENTS.
SEND FOR PRICES AND TERMS.
a-STnri.' imi ni.-D'u hl-dtiv. TTr"
- - ..-....11 u .-ii... 1 1 . i n u reg-
ular annual meeting for the election of Directors
for the year lss-2 of tlio Kxchungo Hank of Pal-
las will be held at the nlliee nr ..ii i.ai. .... .i.
lust Tuesday in JantitiHry lsii at HI o'clock
III. A. T. 1VVTTV r...l.l
iMi.i.AsEXASaniiary .1 1-K2
ttrAl'DlTOtt'a sorwm aii ......
.... vi.uiia iium-
hie claims. Whether In tn.l...... 1 v..i .l
J-.(ti.lll DUIh ui iiini'i-
wise against the Texas Trunk Railway Co. are
requested to present said claims at tho offlco of
the Receiver of siilil rallronil No. 01)3 Jlain St.
to be thero audited and adjusted.
TUOH. M. untPSOK
Receiver T. T. P.'y.
Wee-HKiiEAS It has been found thalYluTTapP
tal stock of the Chicago Texas & Mexican Cen-
tral railway company now being 75000 shares
of the par value of Jlno each Is insiilllelent to
construct and operate its rond and that It is dc.
slraWo to Inereiiso tlio same fr.im 7.1 mi tir...
or t75000O0 to 10(1000 shares or 'to J 1 0(100 -
1110 lotainmoiuit being J '000 per mile;
Therefore Bo It resolved Unit a meeting of
tho stockholders bo and tho samo Is hereby
called to be held at tho onice of the company at
Dallas Texas oil tho 2:id day of January 1SS2
to consider tlio proposition of increasing its
capital stock from H0O'i to 20000 per mile In
accordance with tho preamble: hereto und to
consider tho nrnnnsitlnn nr lvti. . ....-..
. ' 'S . niura til
Income bonds If the same be deemed necessary;
that tho secretary bo nnd is hereby Instructed
to give legal notice to each stockholder of tho
uuio aim place and purpose of said mcetine.
nr.l... .1.- 1 . ... "
j v... i inu uoaru 01 uirectors.
ASAHKL F. 11KX.NKTT. Kecrebiry
MONDAY and TUESD AY JAN 23 & 24
JOHNSON & ROSS1
20 GENUINE AFRICANS 20
BRILLIANT CORNET BAND
AXI A Kl'LI. OltCIIKSTItA.
They played to n full linnso Inst nl-lttfttid
pHistd everybody.-! Denlsnn Ii.tnocrat
They are real ncKmes mid of course llielr act-
tin; niu i natural. The most decent and chaste
mmstrel shew.wecver fa.-liiiiiiesvHle Hesper-
The house eanie down In fre.iient rounds of
aptilniise It was a pert'ornmncu well worth
K npr III sec.-IJelfcrsi.il llcmncrilt.
neareenmpelliHl to a.linll Hint they cave us
one of the best minstrel shows ever seen In the
opera house- iJciVersou Jlniplccute.
Admission r.iv. and 51 .0 1. Reserved scan at
the tisnnl place.
UM. I'owki. E. U Gaoit
POWELL & GAGE
state agents for
NON-RESIDENT LAND OWNERS
Our personal attention to reiiderlnx lands for
taxes paying the luxes at tho proper
time and making sales.
State Map Free
AGAIN TO THE FRONT!
C. T. ROWAN
The well known and popuW grocer has opened
a llrsl-chiss line of 1
At hh ol.l Ntan.l nppnsito tho rlty mnrkt't where
CARNEGIE & WOOD.
AND IlKAI.tllS IS
PROVISIONS GRAM AND WESTERN
401 ElmStpet . DaH.Tea.
HOLLOWAY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Vrxxit und lroiluco.
APPI EjCjDER A SPECIALTY'
0. P. CURTIS
Produce and Commission Merchant.
-" ""' " umry re.pd'trully olleltod
nd pnimp ly niled for We.tern l-od.e.
Held Seeds Hay lnn VOUTto
2J hiSlrtpt. Hullns Toxn.
0. R. MILLER
K!S Main Street.
PALLAS T h X A 8
LATK of nkwoui.kans.
MERCHANT - TAIIOR
OS Main Street '
.... DALLAS TKXAS.
Adlolnnn tht Mamalls Biilldln nl.tm
and col.wwl T 10 B l (tl Merino
Corner Main and Lamar Sts.
WATCHES REPAIRED WARRANTED
jIEWELEY MANUFACTURED TO 0BDEB.
Will sell the fnllowiiuT unredeemed pledges at
auction and private sale
Commencing Dec. 27th 1881:
K n one HuntltiR Case (iold W'ntrh.
K ;: one Hunting fuse Silver Watch.
KJ. one lluniliiK Case J-:nKlisli Lever Gold
II 771 nno Himtins Case English Lever Gold
v 7'.i. one Open fure. Silver Klgln Watch.
CM one Hunting Case Wiililiani Watch.
(' sa one Solid tiold King.
C M ono Cluster Ulainimd Ring
Unless Redeemed Prior to
''-7 108 Main Street.
JlSiinUs una ?J;xnl;cvs.
8. J. Adams. j l. Uo.-fARD
ADAMS & LEONARD.
Corner of Kim and Austin Streets
...i b"J.nu"-' exchange on all the principal
J . C. O'Connor c rThi.At'OHTKis
L. J. Gannon Cashier.
City National Bank
n . . 0V "ALLA3.
Cash (nnltal imtil tin . . $100000
J. C. Ot minor C. C. Slaughter K. J. Ganuon.
R.V. TompVins. W. K. McKntlre
L. Hull J. n. WI1m.ii.
Corner of Khn and Foydras Streets
An excellent preparation of
Wild Cliciry anil IVtmliMim Tar
The most Potent the most KssenttaL and the
most tireetiial Itemedy fur
THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES
Cures Sore Thrnnt. -..-..
Crotip Astlinm VliMK.Ootigl1
rnnrhlllaanl Conai 11..V11..11
K1XKEU DAVIS ft CO.
Branca House HHas Texas. Opposite Texas
t 1'aellle Depot.
Jno. g. llolherlimton MmmSer.
Steam Pumps.Saw Mills.
Saws and Head Blocks.
Thb Ulnbrlcatlnnoii kept In atock.
til Klmstr..! . . . !.. t.
General Agent and Dealer In
Farm and Spring Wagons Carriages
. I T T 1 T T Tl r 71 It I f Tl l TT n
jtJl.lil.JJiiJIJllXiJi X U1J
but k iKTi"Uyw0f !'h" Bms. Vehlrlet
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