Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 4, 1872 Page: 1 of 4
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Means. flrim ll'irmaa A.lvnrtl.tnAeiits
v.. I i n.i. lltiTiueua. Mn.l MBa Tll.w
Vakchi w A Co.. Nil lil I'atk ll.Bii'IS. M. -l:TTf -
mil. A i n. 1.1 1'iirk lli.w New Yli awl l.eiia
..... Mr... ii... Ni.. fair rlieelunl Hind
1'nini.i-l.i iiiA are ililly ilMwrlii"! I.i eonlrnrl fur
a'tvero-i-meie. l..r inaeniun in iiiw i'i.i..e itniiwi.il
at nur ..a.. rate..
l)-M...n. HatliH-11 U'.l.ra kanltara Kaufman
are iiil.url.l iitiMiin fur t.a lim a lu. Kaufman
4 T. M. SMITH a.at Tiewlevllle Penlali Co.
I iui mlllirixfil iiAi.ui lur llio iiai.lab iibkai. It'l'l
aimiey i.rti.l In lilni upon unr BtTi'unt Will uauiii
Ilon.TUnmn II.ibt K.illan Jui!a Ulh Jinllrlnl 1I
B. L. Bat Kin. Pultun DUtrlet Attorney.
orrictm or run is covstt.
.inns n. Khuidot Dull" J. I'. Frerrlnot 1. ;'
Itunrur S. Hi t Liiuciulor " "
MuRr-nnlt Myi.bs " '
William J. II 11.111:1.1.. " ?
). (I. IIiistbab " " .
Julia M. I.Awa Clerk oftn. BUinonamn.
7. K. ConMlir.H ")
Hcnht Unit Di-putjr Clerk.
J. R. lumi ur J
.1-.K. M. HlloW'-l RIl'TllT.
11 km.y Hum. TK-aaurer.
W. II Wmtwubtii CoimlySmveyor.
W. II Thomas. lh.iuty Survejor.
Hbuby Hvv Mayor. I 0o. W. Cahtobm.
IlKsnv P..1.L Trra-urer. I City Marshal
II. 8. Diai.K.r Secretary. David Ktsn
Ai.pmp.m F. I.. Wllleinelte Samuel Ctnasley
filwln Tayl'ir 'I.. Kill" C(H.mt J. C. Hiilol Ira II.
CuliMine.' W. A. Terry K. II. Kondall. i
. i i id r.(.iiMinnviiv.Vn n. Kfilffhta Tnmri'
inr will moot nt llio aaylmrl. III tlm town of
I)lla on UwTHuraiUy allor llm loai oniiiraay
lu each montli ut enrly cmiillo-llnlit.
JOHN OOOD.S. 0.
Fiusk AenTiii Kecardar.
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DA1XAS CIAITIiB No. 47 Royal Arcll Maaona.
Colnpiinlnnfl yon aro hr.ri.liy auinnion.d to at
' tund a Hlalo.1 convocation of Dlla fliaptor
' Vo. 47 on Monday eionlliK April 2Uth 1873
at ourly chuiIIo Hirlitlnp. I'-v ronunand of tlio
M.E.H.r. THOS. WALKKll Bocrotary
TAKKKIllLIi T.nDnE. No. it V. A. M. moota on
tho aecond and lt Sati rday of each nioiilh at
tlio Uaaoiilo Hall
J. K. I. rtECOIlD W. M.
8. H. MclMliixiir Sfc'y.
illnnm.V V:TAMPMKNT. No. 2.1. I. 0. O. F.
inoKta on tlio lliat and third Kllday liljlita of
each iiwntli at tlio Odd riiiowa' nan.
. w. UU.TT 0. T.
Atlmt! joiix Kaitrool. S rllio.
PAI.IAS I.01IGR No. 44 I. O. 0. F. mocta on
ovory Wi'dofmlay ulirlit nt tho Odd Follnwa'
IIiill. AMDS WEI.KEIl N.O.
Atti-nt M. THKVEN'RT Hwrctarv. ' ;
iwiai iai ipi iTytwa yfya
rK'U'ESSIOX Vi CAUDS.
J AH. R. FIELD..
11. U. H.NKRD.
JflELr & SNEED
- ' - i ; i I
ATT 0 KEYS AT LAW
OI'FJ fJ G-O cr ll'llmann &
o.'s Sioi e.
Itall.n Mar. Ii .111 '.h 187 l-:tf.
II. IIAl!i;U.y.8 'SO T. AI LT DAK. B. C'OKI.ET.
ATT 03 Nju' Tfl AT LAW
Ialln. - - -. - Texas
Dalian Mull ll ;l" IK7 t 2I-.tf
ATTO SHY AT LAW
1l..f..r lo Ceii. V . It. .laekaon en. A. II. Lawtun
ai.d Al.ij. Wni. H ro.lnVier Sviiniirtli (la.
OUcB in "ltallroulWnsr" UnildlHg.
January - lf7-'- 1'J.l ir
' ATTOHNET AT LAW
lSalina Dnlioa County Tma.
Will pnitliro in the IlNtrh t Conrt. of Pallaa Tar.
runl.Dfiltoa VVip. Jack Torker Palo Pinlo IIihhI
Ellla NnvHrro'.Oullin mid UrayMin couiitlea; in the
Hupremo Court of the State indVliiiHtStalea Courla
)h..I in the Slate ot 'l'exaa lind litloeaud Ueal Ka-
laro gunenillj will he looked alter when reiiieated.
af!i"OrlIc-.-Fro.tt llooni ovor Clark A Brjnu'a
Iullas April 0 18T2:0:lin.
A T TO S i: V AT LAW
Jfov. IS 171- 10:f.ip
i. con; ji A ret) i u
ATT (111 N II ATLAW
Dallas Tnxxs .
July 2-1 I870:4.-yl
AT. M. WIKTORD ' -
ATTOttN UV AT- LAW
t3.0fflco on Main 81 next door foundry
notiu V BOVI KB
ATTOB Kill AT LAW f
lonrJ. good Dallas Texas. '
a. a. Bon in.
DaUaa Texas May 30lh J871 no30:tf. ...
rj s. cv "
' ATTOBNEV k COUSEELOB AT LAW i . -Lakcastkb
Witt practice In all tlio courtaof Dallas and tho
nrroubdiug counties. . marll:l671-iyl
Special atttntloa irivwB to averythinu connected
wiinland mniters and tho purchase rontina: and
aale o( real ml ale. Olllco op atair. Brjan'a build-
ing next dool lo Bankilif and jixcliauire eltlooof T.
C. Jordan C. Julj ai l871:40lf
ATTOB VET k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllo. In 0 .ton k Camp's Building aver A.h k
1 aaner'a slot a norllfoal corner l'ublic tkuara.
DaJlaa Augiat 13 1J70 4S:tf
-ITT.TI. SI. WOLFF
AITOBSST AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Will nracll In the c nnrts of the Foartaenth Ja-
4iciai bi.iric. and In the .aimonding coantie.
Also In the S..n!ai-0..arl of lha State. Will prae.
tree al-i. In llio United State. Dietriet IV. art at
Tylei aud An.lln.aod la lha Halted Stat- Circuit
tourt at Anafn.
XUfrcnc. ' he Court Tlouaa. OrSe at the north
Side if the Put lie S uaro. Jan6.1B7l:l7tf
T-tolf v .ncrov
" ATTOE ETS A COrNSELORi AT I AW
j. c. r ooT.l Dallxs Tbxas.
f. m.bi rot. I
Will praelir . la Ihe rtMrlt Owrrta of ftie eoarntles
e'iirif;g ih- roortM-nlh Jadictal IHatrtct and In
the Sujir. me t nd P-.l-ral IVarla of tats State; aid
will altrod to ihepf-llertien ofotaima la all the d-
loioitig c.ar.l Sfwial attenlhoi girea lo laaid
Iillmti..n. C f! mih aide I'ablia Stioara.
D-rt-iub-r 3' 1(7.U.1
aa. t. rn. o. . nratas. . w. a. atn.
jrLT JEXKIJS 3k. AILT
GENERAL LAND AGENTS LOCATOM '
wnj vr. wll .- at-I r-nt Hade ta lHllae ao!
ni" iri"r '"H'st'-": oirtiti pfertp. hmy an-t ()
.t-ifTii1.'MiM rrtina im tSo Itaat
T' t Kth in -S-rtWrn and Krta-Wt7t Txjm.
I . . . f e ar-.l. r-f -is. r' wa ttf r-k s
-x- 4:rt - ir:- t! lhn Lii-rar H--Tr. !
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VOL. XIX NO. 31.
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JSTOIITH T1C.XAS UNI) AOEiwC!
JOHN lIKNRlf 1IIIUWS & 80N
hnill n. anowN
V ' ' ' ' Dtuu Tl XA.'
(iMioriil Airi nta ftir Inratlnit. Imylni and arlllm
lanils mid 'town aroporty In all purla of tha blai
Inorth ni (..illiido :ii;. an. I anal a air a. tin I'laina
aelinllns tho ConidioConiitry. ' ' Jiilyi-lfVliHf
JH1 M. U41.KS ; ; .
ATTOKNKY AT LAW k QENEUAfj LANT AO'T
PLum - TaXAI.
Prompt attinttnn will b (Ivoa to Ilia pnrtrlaao
and aal. .if lur d lnvtallwatiu and pMiTur.tlng titla
paylnir taxva and locallnif Inlid orlllt.:ati.a.
eTOIKU'll Over llayima' llru Hloro. . ' '.
Ro(irnto T. fl. Hart t Rn.aiid II. Waro A S.n
N.w OrlKana; MaJ. H . M. Wulloli Aii.lln ' Ur. J"
W. liayiiaa IMIIaa. novll-lH7l:llyl
r ri'RVIANCK . . i
PIIYSIOIAN AND SUrt(IR(l! '"'
' ' " ' " ' "Daua. TIA' '
ll.pciniiiy irnnfm m prtn--.nin n....-.-...
Ihooltlavna of naPaaaniMtlnlly. Ilfllrii.llr.t ronm'
D.r ui 'u atri" t a' d l'u' Ii iqna.ro octl4IS71yV
-I K. HKI.I.KR- !
J.' DENTAL SUEOKON
. tMUM Tr.XA
Ttoapoctriiltv Infornia tli. cllliona of llio olty and
comity of )alla that ho Inn Jiiat ri lurnml froio
Now urleana with a supply ol'tho boat ll.mlal mato-
rlula and Improved luatrumauta oiar broiiKht to
Dallas. .... - !
lie in now ready to perform all oporatlona connoo-
tid with dpntlalry nnd npon lortna'a rfaaonahlfl aa '
can bo dono III llio Ulato Sallamollon In all opi ra.
tioiia gnnrantcod. Can bo found at his office Iron
0 a. M. until 3 p. a. ... ....
Will limit arrnniromonta (afler omco Hour; rono
work at private rualdelicea for thoao who prefer It.
Olllcoovcr Mr. Whiuji' atora ltailroad Ciruor.
July 16 ln71-44tf
w. ii. nATO a. e. oimf...........w. a. tiiomu
Q ASTON CAMP & THOMAS
AND GENERAL LAXDACKNTS
TJ u 1 1 n ... - Tcxaa
Ilallua liar. lB72-20:tf..
ry k. too.iiKus
GENERAL CONVEYANCEU .....
. Dallas Txs'"
Will write TJeeda Bonda Mortaitos Cnntracta
and all other inMnmietita Alwuya to ha touiifl at
lb. RKlriot Ulork'a Olllco 80iitheit cornerof tha
Ibtrt Houao. iouibib(i:m
t. r. johoan
K. Q. MATB
rjp C. JOBDAN & CO.
AND TJEALEH3 IN EXCHANGE i
.1. . nrvvn AT. IIA Vlf TVO nnd EXCHANGE
M'rllNUSS. 8penl.il allontlon given to tlio colleo-
i r vn. ....I lin.ria l ull ..iri tif lliefltiite and
elaewhere. Wo draw for Gold or Currency In
ninouuta to sun purciiaaora on
And make remlttaneea through our New York New
tlrleniia or (Inlvenlou correapoluleuta to any ot tiio
principal cillea of EuroH.
Wehnvand aell GOI.1) and SILVEB and dis-
count fir.it elan. ptipQnit renaoimble roloa. Discount
dav (evory darexcept Snn.toy.)
Wo aro Agcuta for tho loltowlng Al
FBItK INSURANCE fOJIPASilEHl
The MEltCIIANTS' MUTUAL Gnlvcaton.
The IIANKIXQ k INSURANCE COMPANY Gal-
veston. . '
The PLANTERS' MUTUAL Houston.
Tho STATE INSURANCE COMPANY of Halllhal
Tho FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY of
T. t!. JORDAN VO.
Fob 17 1872-'.3tf .
J. a. IIAWKINR )
FRKn. CL'LLRX. j
Offer their norvleea to the cltlxona aud public gen-
erully an Auelionoeia.
Particular atleulinn paid to real eFtate autxes.
aiona merelmndina and nn.lerwrltor. aalea. OUioo
one door weal of Jordou'a banking ollico up fttaira.
DALLA" - . TEXAS.
JOHNSON & McILIIENN T PBor'ij.
' I . -
Having renovated and newly furnlahil thla house
throughout we guarantoo tlio Liut lou-onitiiialatioi s
in Northern Texas. .Jiurl:7i-l'tf " .
JACOB JIILLER'S '
Wttt Siile (f J' jfer$ou ft . a nr doort Sorth of tho
SbnTlng HairCntMiiR. Ilnlr IroMin(t8htimpMi!i(t
otc otc . done hi tint t-i'Mt itylu. llnitiK Ihrcnfrood
barlwr nlwttvi in their iIhopi mile It a liberal
tlm no of il romme.
April U J87J 30 If. i
nOUII SIGN AND
i Skip erer IcCoiicIl I Frtal'i Httdxin Store
Dallas ' - . - - Texas.
-All Work Pramptlr and Fallhfiil-
Dallas March IS V87t S7:l jr. . "
JASIIIOJIABLE TAILOR. . .
Wl LL execate all work la hisllna
a- n i mf t an A hlnlt I mrtt .
tl v .A' bub bisi ahh...
V-; I t Bhn. .....Lira. or.e M.r. V. B.
tMflt Bttaa A fV'a. More ok Wwt aide.
of lha Public Square Dallaa Texas.
Dallas Aniaat 20 IB70 4B:Ll
p AlSTtV ...
Watchmaker i Jeweler
loitk lilt Piblk tura
Dallas ' . Texas
Agent for the aetebrated '
Elgin and Wallham UatcheH
ASD AH ERICA1I CLOCKS . r
Jr-wl nr. HilTt?r nd Mntix Wr trl. Ar. nt
thm lowect pric. Will pmj fkmrtlntmr sttmti
tn rpfaairlD ina wAtchMi 4fcxka trwolry Ac-
TtitMikiDft Ibe atHvfM of ThUta and Mrrmtneiinff
rfaalrj for thetr pmmt wrry litHrTal falrosmf 4t
roeictfBlljr aoliciU a ratttHe of tb Mmo. Call
Jauoary W IftTS-lKhtf
LIME 7 ro
BUSHEL FOX jg
I r-ff-r f'.r ul A arena ad lar-d. arrea ra wl.a-
li.m.w ii ralxna and ail ne-.arT L--. la
i ce'-d ie m e a..eif-et of ir?e hailrnad iiM.
tor furll r ar!Kware eftui-e or
. . li-at
Al T C. 3 -roa A
Tho Southern Review.
Tlio April' number of llili ablest of llio
Amorichn Qnorlerllcs will rank wlilmuy or
lu prcdcccssori Id ablliiv anil intorost.
' We give Iii.ooDonia as follows: 1. Tlio
Legislation or'li87 2 A race of Flying
Mon.' 8. A 6urey of the Cliurolios. 4.
Rpoot'rtim 'Analysis. ' C. Oen. John Tope's
Cojnpnign. 0. Tlie M. E. Cliurehos North
and South. 7 iiishop Kip vermi Juliu
Wesley.' 8.. Fiction. .0. The ImiUtloa
Monk'. '0. Notice's of new Books.
Tlio first evrtlolo founded on the pnpors
of Jamos Madison Is.hrjut full of truthful
political history showing the original na-
ture of our government the manifold vio-
lufiinp ft the contract! upon which it was
founded auij lh uttec tinrel lability of pa-
per. ConaljjMilloiis whenever an interested
and fanatie ;Dinjrily chose; to. over-rido
them. This is evidently ftom .the pen of
the accomplished editor. Wo cannot for-
bear giving our readers Us elosing paragraph:-
.. :; ii .
i t('fhere is not at this mornont a saddor
spot on the face of the globe than llio oily
of Washington. The name suggests all
that is noble elovnted fitro and unsol-
fish ; the lAt'ny' all this is low mean cor-
rupt and eolf-seekln'g.' In the doomod
city nothing great seems to bo left exocpt
the magnificent marble buildings iu which
so much villainy is universally said and
universnlly bolicveJ to be unoeasingly
practiosd ly the atlminittratort of justice.
And the nioat appalling feature of all is
tho most ghastly sign of the national die-eaBa.isr-tbat
ihe people have lost their ab-
horrence oT evil ; so completely lost it in-
deed tbaMhijro seems to be no amount of
basciesB or corruption to which they can-
not Biibnrit with perfeol palicnco or supine
indifference.! liut what avails our sorrow?
Even if weaottld send forth a wail of woe
which should pierce the hrart of the uni-
verse and fill the earth with horror what
in the present state of things would t It ia
avail except to ease our souls of a burdcu
whioh no words can utter? . We oan only
hang onr harps upon the willows and sit
down and. sigh nnd woep beside the deep
waters of aflliotion. r But although the
long billows have gone over us wo grieve
h 88 for ourselves than we do for the peo-
ple of the vorth; for we have not forgot-
ten that wlillo 'Prosperity is the blessing
of the Old Testament adversity is the
blessing of the New.' Hence we had inft-
niiclylrather Bhare the sorrows of iheSouth
however deep and bitter than the success
of the North ; remembering nlwaya that
'the Lord God omnipotent reigneth' and
that Truth and Justice that Righteous-
ness and Peace are about his Sternal
'. Artiolc-fi taking the history of Ihe or-
ganizalionj'of .llio Mothddist. Episcopal
Church South by A. II. Bedford P. D. as
its basis shows conclusively that tho
Church South was compollcdjby the illegal
misconduct of the Northern Methodists to
separate from Ihem long before the civil
war and that the same unchristian dispo-
sition nud aclion which first brought on
the division stil exist. and imperatively
forbid a reunion . In short the Northern
Melhodisls are inclined as a church or-
ganixation.lo mfildlo with politics and to
forget Christ and 'Him crucified Tunning
afler strange gods and worshiping idols
oflheirowB making.:' Not." conlent with
the abolilloh'of slavery they ore now aim-
ing to secure negro social equality and
the intermingling of diverse raocs con-
trary lo the will of God end are also ad-
roeojling the unsoriplural doclrinca of
women's rights Inoluding free sufferage
and free lovo. The ChurchJSouih can
never tmite with them under such circum-
stances. ' They must voil the unclean.
They rriuKt preserve; llieir CltiiTrh in puri-
ty rind rYne- faith rid (aught by the holy
scriptures:' This 'orticlo is highly inter-
esting and exhibits marked ability.
The notices of new books show the learn-
ed editor's usual acumen and critical fair-
ness. We galn earnestly recommend this
great Southern Quarterly to the people of
the South. Lei no one be delerrcd from
taking it because under" the patronage of
the Mctliodlsl Church South. It will be
found fult of valuable information and
learned! criticism 'andfthe articles on the
peculiar church ductrioes are treated in a
manner not to bV offensive to the liberal
members and cupportert of other ortho-
dox ohurehes... Price $6.00 ayear. South
Western Book and Publishing Co. Wash-
ington Avenue 8U Louis Mo.
.i The South for Imraigranta.
1 1 V?o take the following extract of
an' editorial article .in. the Savan-
nah Republican It tells a truth
that will sooner or later and we
think ut a day. not distant prove
to bo of . incalculable advantage to
tho Sobihcrn section of tho Union:
Z The sovprity of weathor and con-
sequent human .suffering in the
Northwest has established another
Taut vis : that the people of Europe
who emjgrato . to lAmerica havo
made a fatal .mistake in locating
under tbo direction of land specu-
lators in a rigorous and inhospita-
ble climate wholy unsuitcd to their
oatnres and where work ean be
performed bat portion of the
rear whilo the boundless and fer-
tito lands of th Sooth with a cli-
mato s i healthy io simmer and
immeasurably preferable in winter
invites and bids tbem com.; Hero
thoy can labor "every day in the
year- prodnce greater valnes by
thoir Jalror and avoid ill the want
and su fieri ig attendant on a North-
ern; winter. Tlo. riresent 'Condi-
tion of tli two' sections present an
argument !.whifh; :Ceuimissioner
Howard can use with prompt effect
when he comes to address himself
directly to the farmer and artisans
of the Old WotW. rTfcrr South is
the' conntry for ' the' ' English
French Grfnah and Italian set-
tlers and they have on'y to fnake
the- experiment n1 Order to rut
a check t-ptn tb e: Vert .tid 3 of for-
eign popolation that has been flow-
ing for years ti the Nor.h west
Tho EJinbnrs tramway fthrme is'
fat drawing to completion.
DALLAS DALLAS COUNTY TEXS 1
For tlio Dnlliti llertild.
At Home in Dreams.
BT 0 A. W.
Tlwr full m liitiinlity. lay thai prlila
Curl the that tria tu mulli ;
TlK Jf ilrem tint Mint irck tu hl'lo
A Ittflily trlrktri hnnrt tli0 wltll
They kitiiw nut til ttiiMliiyn o(yor
The gladsouiB dai tlmt coiuo Ui mure.
Put cntilj thoy rtmm with mo tn.nltrht.
Tlirtniftli uiyttlo (lriantlanilit imhijiIwI hulli
And mo rviulol fn njilrlt Hunt
IMi'tiirtm that hit hit atmiK tlitt wn)l
They then wonlil know my Mtdili'iiod brow
lliul wou a hrlgliter look tlmti uuw
Tho lark that wimr Ita flight nhovo
lint tlm that load it Iwk tn oaiili i
It nt my tail liriitrl uuw dead tolovo
Can only ford 1 ta ovrti wldo duarth.
litre tu mo In all Itu glory
In out wortb a tong ur atury.
Thor arn no tloi tn hold ma hra
Jltnct'fnrth with tnuixeri I nui-t be
And ortiTHHb bnrk tho rlnlr.K toar
When Crimx) who moot I clmnco to ooo.
For then will comonad thoiiKht of tluM
Vlio lowly lie lu Death's renoao.
Whn morning da win. I wnko to moot
Tho wmiry day aa btt I may ;
Fur Time whow winni wore onco in flout
Now (HiHi to linger on tho way.
Aluno mo nit atraiiRora diHmd to ronm.
1 long for night to drouiu of homo.
Awake home baa racant Round
Tlmt (.('liotot tliroiiLrh mv niilfiflefm heart:
Tlio word though iw net baa power to wound
That none can know but frloudi who part
lint In my d-canm I'm homo attain
And lovud ouoi galhor ruuud.iuo thou.
Bo M-hen tho woary day In dnne
Its bimy carps onco more laid by
J glmlly wulch tho netting inn
And mvr Tor Mm rlolng nigh
For wtll I know Hi Hoods of gold
Will bring no moro tho duya of old.
March 2S loTi.
The International Bonds Returned by
Offici or Comi'Tboi.lkr of Accounts
Austin Texas April '25 1872.
Govornor E. J. Davis Austin Tox-
ns. Sir Tlio following communica-
tions liavo boon recoivod concern-
ing tho bonds of tho International
Railroad viz. :
Governor's Office )
Austin April 22 1872.
Sir : llorowith I sond you thmo
hundred (300) ono thousand (51000)
dollars bonds for tho International
Kailroad Company nuinboringfrom
two liundrcu and ono (iUl) to nvo
hundrod(500)both incltfsivo which
you will please sign and turn ovor
to tlio Comptroller to Do counter-
signed and registeredr
Signed EDMUjSI) J. DAVIS
Hon. Geo. W. Honey Stato Treas
urer Austin lexas.
A similar communication trans
mitting two hundred bonds dated
March 14 1872 was receivnd at tho
State of Texas
Austin Texas April 24 1872. )
lion. A. Blcdaoo Comptroller oto :
Sir llorowith I hand you livo
hundred (500) ono thousand ($1-
000) dollars bonds for the Intor-
nntional liailroad Company which
I havo signed and as requested by
tho Governor I delivor tho snmo to
j'ou that you mar sign and register
tho snmo agreoafilo to law.
Very Respectfully vonrs tec.
Signed GEO. W. "HONEY
John II. Burns Chief Clerk.
In returning tho bonds of saidCom-
pnny signed by yourself and the
Treasurer of tho Stato without being
"countersigned nnd registered" in
this department of tho Stato Gov-
ern men t I refer you to my corres-
pondence with tho Attorney Gon-
oral of tho Stale accompanying
this for somo of tho reasons which
havo influenced mo in declining to
bo a pnrty to tho saddling of the
people with what I regard as an il
legal and unconstitutional debt.
Tho countersigning nnd register-
ing of thoso bonds would also havo
imposed upon mo tho additional
duty of lovying a tax upon all tho
proporty real and personal in tho
State to meet tho liabilities grow-
ing out of the issuance of tho bonds.
I greatly doubt tho power of tho
Legislature to clothe mo with those
extraordinary prerogatives and
while I will cheerfully and faith-
fully dischargo overy duty enjoined
upon mo by law I confess I shrink
from tho responsibility of lovj'ing
this heavy tax fur so unrightoous a
purpose in as I bclicvo tho absence
of all law lo sustain mo in doing
A new Legislative Assombly is
to conveno in January 1872 elec-
ted by and frosh from the people ;
an assembly it is presumed that
will be fully advised of tho wants
and interests of tho pooplo of tho
Stato; and I doom it wiser to havo
additional legislative interpretation
of this mensuro. If tho incorpor-
ators of tho International Railroad
are not willing to abide said inter-
pretation tho courts of the country
aro open for a reversal of my de-
cision. This no-called law provides for
tha issuance of ten thousand dollars
to tho mile or about six million of
dollars and for tho payment of
eight per cent interest and two per
cent sinking fund for a period of
thirty years which wonld swell the
debt principal and intorest to
about the sum of twenty-four roil
lions of dollars.
The said appropriation together
with an appropriation of three mil-
lions of dollars to the Southorn Pa-
cific Railroad Company and thrco
million of dollars to the Trans Con-
tinental Railroad Company with ;
cicht per cent interest and two
per cunt sinking fund running
through a like period of thirty
years provides for the creation of
an additional debt of say twenty-
fonr millions of dollar making a
grand aggregate of about "fc.-ty-cight
millions of dollars" it is pro-
posed to tax the people of this State
lor the next thirty j-cars for the
pnrpose of making an uncondition
al present to railroaa monopolists. ;
Texas has Ini-ome the most invit-
ini field in t h Tiiii-n fr the cin-
! MrtH lico r.f rT'L nnil t'ic invent-
. V v v : : : . i
ifAV I 1872.
mont of capital anil I express but
tho dcliburato nnd settled convic-
tion (if my mind when I say tho
period is at hand when wo will
havo all llio roads wo want without
overwhelming tho people with tho
burden of ruinous taxation from
generation to conorution to induce
I havo the honor to bo very ro-
spoctl'ully j'our obodiont servant
' Uudor tho now apportionment
Toxus is ontitlod to two additional
momhers of Congress who aro to bo
olotitpd by tho Stato nt largo. In
view of tlio fact that tlio' olectibn
will como on in Novomhor tho
Dallas Horald somotimo sir.co ex-
pressed its proforonco for tho gen-
tleman whoso mi nio hoads this ar-
ticle but at the simo timo its pur-
poso is lo support whomsoever
might bo nominated by the Demo-
cratic Convontion. Whilst thisprof-
orenco has boon endorsed by a very
largo number of tho papers who
havo spoken upon tho subject nt
all It has been mado tho occasion
for a few Democratic papors to at-
tompt his disparagement and an
exhibition of an uuaccountablo hos-
tility. So far as thoso papers have gono
boyond vaguo insinuation thoy
baso their hostility to him on ac-
count of his opposition to tho nomi-
nation of John C. Conner for Con-
gress in this district. It is truo
that Governor Throckmorton liko
many others of our ablest and best
mon did prefer others to him for
this position. Ho believed that tho
timo had como when tho pooplo
might properly select somo of our
own young mon ot talent lor this
position fmany of whom wo havo
somo wlio are not laboring under
any disabilities) as .wan dono in
tho di trict below us. 11 in this ho
erred his error was upon tho
sideof our own people peo
ple nnd our own 3roung mon
ahull ho bo persecuted for this? If
so let it ho so. Tho good book
tells us "Blessed are thoy who aro
persecuted for righteousness sak.
Whon tho Dallas Convention mado
tho nomination he gave it his hear-
ty support lie supported tho nomi-
neo because the arty had spoken
what more ought to bo required ?
Then away with such intolerance.
liut uovornor llirockraorton a
disabilities havo not been roniovod
nor do we know that thero is any
prospect of thoir early removal Is
this not proscription enough to sat-
isfy tho nio4 envious? And al-
though until this is dono he cannot
hold ofllce Stato or federal this is
no reason why injustice should bo
He has boon in the sorvico of tho
Stato all his life. Hois in tho high-
est sense of the word a statesman
of enlarged and comprehensive
viows nnd of ripenod oxpdVionco.
For noarly twonty years ho was a
prominent and influential moinber
of tho Legislature serving repeat-
edly in both branches and moro
of tho pormanont luws of tho Stato
wero oithor actually drawn by him
or received thoir impress from him
than from any other living man.
W h egujon v Logis I a tn rfl-wrfULud
with such mon of talonnsPeaso
fii!!;Hcagan Culborson.jLlal)ry and
injaubor and if he was to-day a
niomber of oithor branch of Con
gress ho would bo a leading and
influential ono and would reflect
honor upon Texas. His fino busi-
ness habits his pleasant and agreo-
ahlo manners his high sense of hon-
or his practical common sonso and
his ability as n ready debator as
well as Ins general information
would give him influence and
prominonco In any deliborativo
body in tho United States.
When tho nconlo in Texas in
1806 supposed they wero freo to
vote for whomsoever thoy preferred
for govornor they elected him to
that ofllce by forty thousand ma
jority over a gentleman whoso
ability nnd integrity wero notques-
tioned ; but tho military who then
ruled the Stale under the recon-
struction laws of Congress did not
permit him to holdlheposition but
one year whon they romoved him
under the pretext that ho was an
"impediment" to reconstruction
and tho establishment of law and
order ; but really to exasperate the
poople with whom ho was such a
favorite. During this year he gave
such evidences of tho highest exec-
cutivo capacity and gavo to tbo
country Buch admirable Stato pa
pers as to acquiro a national repu-
tation. And we doubt not that
when tho proper time comes and
his disabilities' are removed the
people will call upon him to serve
out his time nor will they count
or suffer him to count the year he
did serve. They will be with Inm
as Rip Van Winkle was with him
self after he had taken the total
abstinence plodge yielding to tho
invitation to unlit bo with tbo dis
tinct understanding however with
himself that that particular time
should not be counted against him.
So much we have felt il due to this
distinguished citizen to eay. -Jtf-fcrton
We learn from Mr. Charles Doss
that the extent of improvement on
Red river in this county this
spring is almost unprecedented.
Jew farms aro being opened on al-
most evory hand old ones aro be-
ing enlarged etc. A large tuTeago
of cotton will i.o planted this year.
Ttra .V. - .
Xcw name for fog air apparent
Communications in Verse
Although nt all times and in nil
seasons cases oi the mama pocticu
fypo much or littlo aggravated
to bo observed by the editorial
practitioner long experience loads
us to tho boliel that ripring-tiiio is
most fruitful of this liimentnl)luyf-
feclion. As April advances and as
tho traditionally sentimental May
approximates wo obsorvo that our
rythmatio remittances from all tho
quarters ot the country aro -11111111
plied a fact which wo nvo inclined
to attribute in part to tho vernal
vacations of tho boarding-schools
Wo havo at this moment before us
u small mound of manuscript sent
to us mainly by misses who think
that they aro poets bocauso thoy
road poetry with pleasuro and who
writo for tho most part from llio
rccollction of what has pleased
them in olhors. With those "effu
sions" thoro como to us small notes
made 'up of ponsonal confidences
and lragmonts ot porsonal export
oncos morsels of aspiration pretty
littlo moclc modostios which never
docoivo hardened old oxoculionors
liko ourselves and appoals for
sympathy which wo aro always
ready to oxtond both to tho deserv-
ing and the undeserving. While
wo aro obliged iu roferonco to tho
waste-basket to consider thoso con
tribulions in tho aggregato wo try
nover lo forget that each or thorn
has an individual history sufficient
ly pathetic and that each contribu
tor must boar personally tno pain
and mortification of rejection. Wo
wish that wo could hope to ruako
our 5Toung correspondents under
stand that no real good could como to
them but oftentimes much harm
from tho printing of theso dona-
tions. Wo wish that wo could
make thcmill eo'mprchond that tho
quantity of mcdiocro vorso at pres-
ent in cxislcnco is quite large
enough and that tho world has.
no neod of any addition to the stock
in hand. This wo would point
out disposes at once of tho matter
of publication. Our typographical
resources aro largo nut tnoy aro
too small to bo wastod in giving a
now form or any dogrco of perman
ence to that which is-essentially
valuluss. Of course wo publish a
groat deal which is shocrly ephe
meral but wo try to puunsn ns no
tlo as possible of mattor which has
not at least 11 modicum of human
and social intcrost.
Tho pretty songs which aro sent
to us harmless onough in thom-
selves savo for tho wastod timo and
emotions of their writers if submit-
ted to tho test of utilitynot dry
nnd prosaic but a genorous and ro-
fined utility would bo found la-
men'ablo wanting. Tho test may
scorn to our young correspondents
a harsh ono but it is that to which
soonor or later all literary work
must como. Thero is no mngio in
printing which can give value to
that which is wanting in tho olo-
ments of vulno. Between not bo-
ing noticed at all by tho world and
noticed only to bo instantly foigot-
ton wo think that a noble nuturo
would chooso the first. Publica-
tion is only of real service to that
which has merit making it worthy
of publication. Particularly of po-
etry let young aspirants for tho
laurel understand that mere poetic
feeling is tho commonest thing in
tho world ; overybody who brealhos
has morn or less of it men and
womon and children of all agos and
conditions tho rofinod tho shrink-
ing ond tho silent ns well as tho
coarse loquacious and tho bold.
If it wero othorwiso life would bo
loss tolorable and -chances of hap-
piness greatly diminished. It is
as natural for a growing girl to feel
poetically as for hor to have the
mcascls; yot what Miss Alice or
Miss Mary etrikon by that inexor-
aclo though not often dangerous
disorder thinks it necessary to
communicato tho ovent to Tho Tri-
buno'? Many experiences aro com-
mon to all pet birds and dogs will
die; flowers will bloom and wither;
hundreds of thousands of misses
tli ib very month will arrive at the
age of sixteen leave school bo dis-
appointed in their friendship or bo
mot by this or tho other of thoso
countless vicissitudes which nre
mado an -excuse for indulging in
rhymo not in rhyme to bo sacred-
lv locked in tho desk kept as n
fnomorandum in a commonplace
book or communicated ns a great
secrot to a half a dozen dear friends
but rhymo to bo written out with
many a long tailed "g" upon fair
white paper duly enveloped and
sent to us nt thoexpenso throo-penco
and declined by us at the exponso
of three-pence more ! Sont too
with such pretty insinuating mod-
est Bppenls so that the very ink
would blush if black or blue could
blush atall! Nobody seems to think
anything of our own feelings or to
remember bow sorry it makos ns
feel to say "No" -how we try in
vain to convince ourselves that Ave
may without mortal violence to onr
bcttei judgement say "Yes" bow
almost with tears wo dictate the
fiat of doom to tho gentlemen
whoso vocation it is to send off tho
stern but wholesale negatives I It
is all a miserable business and wo
enjoy it about as littlo as anybody
Wo have spoken frankly and
plainly essaying a little surgery as
gentle as possible; but we shocld
be misunderstood if it woro sup-
posed that we depreciated the cul-
tivation of a refined taste or tho
habit of looking for tho poetical
I nide of that which it is the common
i lot to encounter. Between thce
land the construction of ven-es to bo
.ni. i wide differr-nee !
or rather we' should eay that thwelof the war be iinpcrilieJj that the
WHOLE NlJMHEIt '.).
will fill'iiii-h tho best siireguurd
against such a habit. In imiet cas-
es there is nonobjection to vernill-
catioi) as a pei'rjtuiiil and private re-
creation i I' only the notion tit pub-
lication is rigidly kept under.
Mediocricy is only ilisn.putal.le
whon it is obtrusive and by no fnjr
tribunal can we be severely censure
for foibles which wo lake euro shall
harm not even ourselves. Wo can
not object lo Pegasus as n private
and lannly hack. It in only when
ho Is goaded with feeble snort
littloXlro aiiil iin indisputable spav
in 1ntf Printing House ' Square
that ho !ceomes
a'disagroci.vlo if not' an iniMibrlal
animal. JV 1" Tribune. '
Tho Popular Arraignment
Tho burthen of complaint of Ihe
American pooplo ot which tlio Lib-
eral Republican meeting in New
York is but a voice though indeed
a thundering voieo is nothing loss
than that constitutional govern
ment in tho United blales is in
jeopardy. Tho main causes of this
jeopardy staled largely are
1st. Usurpations ot power
gross flagrant vital scandalous
2d. Corruptions widespread
reaching ns U103' go from tho cen
tro to the circumference cancer
3d. Taxation enormous need
less unfairly imposed oppressive
For theso usurpations and abu-
ses and for nil that flows from them
and it is a saddening and sicken
ing rocord which they mako tho
Radical party and thoy alono aro
In tho indictment of that party
which the American poople are now
preparing wo say tho American
pooplo for those preparing it be
long to no one political party but
aro 01 an snaues 01 political opin-
ion those aro the chief counts ; and
frt their scopo they comprehend
fljVjitilly or indirectly all clso.
Konilor tho first head who can
eotFmplato all that has been done
vltLjfrat law and against law over-
riding all law without a. profound
.sonso of peril from usui paliou? Un
der tho socond who can dwell upon
tho amazing and all-pervading do
bauch'jry profligacy and rottenness
that sti tlos tho senses of tho laud
without a profound sonso of peril
from corruption? Undor tho third
who can eslimato tho millions on
millions that havo been unfairly
wrung from tho swoai of men's
brows and gono nobody knows
where without a profound sense of
poril from ovor and unjusttaxatioii?
llow long is it since tho Ameri
can pooplo would submit to -or
would tolerato successive usurpa-
tions each succeeding ono growing
moro arbitrary than the last tend-
ing toward if they havo not actu
ally culminated in a consolidated
ccDtral despotism? Not long. How
long is it sinco they would submit
to or tolerate a coin mon reign ofj
robbery ut once sapping to their
prosperity and disgraceful to their:
good name? Not long. How long
is it sinco they would submit to or
toierato that ever-odious nnd op-
pressive thing taxation and tax
ation in many cases without repre-
sentation whoso injustice brought
011 that war- of independence by
whifh wo severed our ullegianco to
tho British crown and became a
freo poople? Not long.
And how long can theso things
with all that thoy imply and all
that follows inevitably 111 their
train continue? Not long. And
why? Because tho American poo'
plo aro rising up in mighty protest
against Ihom. Usurpation of ar-
bitrary powor; corruptions which
aro rotting away the very moral
character and poisoning every chan-
nel Of Official life; unjust and inex-
cusable taxation which is consum-
ing the substanco of tho citizens
filling tho pockets of that histori-
cally hateful thing tho tax g.ither-
erand usod to strengthen oppressive
combinations upon theso ilioAmcr-
ican pooplo are setting thoir soal of
It is due to tho best intorests of
tho country that those threo com-
prohensivo points which we havo
indicated should bo examined into
down to the bottom and-tho cor-'
reeling hand reach to tho utmost.
For tho first usurpation let it be
morcilessly crushed out under the
hool of an indignant and law abi-
ding pooplo; for tho socond cor-
ruption let it bo purged away
and with scorn by the resistless
power of a pnro purpose of an hon-
est people; for the third taxation
let it recoive that thorough cor-
rection and adaptation to the wants
condition and Capabilities of the
country which are called for nt the
hands of a practically wise and
statesmanlike coplo. - 1
Jivery movement that wo see
among the citizens as in N jw Yn r li-
the other evening when her po 1
pulaco from all accounts turned
out en mane hi the cause of ralorm.
and to give publicity and emphasis
to their profound convictions in
this behalf and those movements
aro apparant all over tho country-
is based upon and finds its motive
f.ower in ihcse points to whieli we
lave called attention. The poople
are revolving iiiom earnestly in
their minds and are rapidly ivm liv-
ing upon the needed reformations.
What thoss reformations nre was
well put by Scnrtor St-hurz in his'
New York speech. Vi'e quote brief-
ly aa follow :
"Wet-hall rally for a common
effort those whosa convictions f
duty aro not at the disposal nf per
sonal or party liiclalion. e snail j
insist find lane goon care iim nonv
of the log.cal snj lecmmaio re-uus
' "l tieliielit (if li'ist (llll'ul eii'
boilie I In tho I '..ip.liinll'iii.
(allied ; Mint Ihe I'oniiiilv of m
l itrlils ln hnl'l llivi'ibili e tllut Ii.
iiiitioiinl rreililora Im nvrrreft fhrtf
tines to the ill inn. I liutMilt'f "f Kut
WU shall liliaint lllrll tvAnlct it. 1 Ut
III heat it llf til' t . M II A IllHuillfrlai" III
rule 111 1 but iIioms h Iioihi .v' Itnvti .
overcome in Ihu 1 ivil war shall fgf
treated Willi a- ulu v uf iuipuyi
justice appealing In tlie Invhty jn( .
pulses of human linliiie ; we- Vluill
iimi-1 n pun the employment nf'l hit
CLf.il ami moral itgeiicics which
are euleiilrled In revive liiitei-nnl
Idling among all tlio people nnd
a pairioiiic spirit of iiniionnhty
throughout the Ian I ; wo shall in-
sist that tlio ting of this Kopuhliit
wave over all iis citizens as llm
symbol of equal rights and equal
protection ; we shall hiM.i! llml ilMi
robbers be- discountenanced who
huek llio marrow of the. Southern
people under whatever party name
they may do il; we shall in; it litlint
orruptioii be crushed wherever it
may appear; we i-hall insist I bat
the people ho relieved uf uniieces.
snry buidu-iis and all trrnis of n.lj.
ous oppression ; Vo nliull'i'lisirVftR-it
ours is a constitutional 'ItJtVPii-moiit-..
whoso fiiiitlnir.cn rit'l'i fliffr-
p'cti and t-slablirilAul foiMiiMfritift lib
sacred ly .inuifituiiuxt ntri tin y ' ! (.'t.
Iranred are higlil r'nulliorityi "tbir'n
the. pleasure t'tii uiVr'tnaii jr any
party; we shall ii .sia.ttli.il the sell-
govern men t of llio puoiilbetlifi1tVy
foundation - of .republii n)ii.iitsiij i'-.
lions shall bo kept inviolato in els
legitimate sphere; wo . shall ii:i.t
that the insidious and iiioconslitii.
tioual iiitcrinediU.iiig tjf' tlie; central
power with local crnico-iis 'and irtt
dividual lights shall be ..nlopped )
weidiall insist lliat ho.ipiiliii m-iv
vice of llio. country is iiistihrlriL tin;
the common beiieiili'til' jtl) tlu .pao-i
pie and nothing else nnd. Unit it
must cease to be a-s!:ivish niju liiue-
ry to partisan interest or thef aspi-
rations of personal government; wo
shall insist Unit tlio daiiL'erous and
iiiirepulilican -..system be .broken
down by which the will of luetioii.t
or men 111 power emi 1 111 pose. itself
upon tho masses. of tho. penplu; wo
shall insist that . overy puhliu . ser-
vant shall bo. held to a strict ac-
count under the laws of the .conn-.
in-." . . V
hen those relorms are brouxht
about wo shall be in. a very dillei etii
position from what wo lire now annV
llio reigns of Government in very
different hands. Usurpations wiill
have ceased ; corruptions will have
been purged away nnd .taxation
will have boon laid equitably upon
the citizens to support 1111 honusU
tho Govern ment.
. Wtl'ijjill'tjt 'jH -I'll
Rev. Gen. O. () I ii'waVd;' (he-
great apostlo of tbo f'reod;iiftii'rV llti-'
reau is not unliko other euinls in - .
the littlo matter of having his mo-.
lives impugned. It is doubtful
whether ho excels us a general-
preacher or financier in fact doubt-
ful whether ho excels tlio average
man in cither of theso departments1
though ho is powerful' in prayer
and is not slow in exhortation.-' -':
Multifarious as his talents are he
sometimes has moro irons 111 (ho
lire than ho can lako care of. II is
patent building niatoriul which
made a deadfall of one of the cditi-
ces fortho religious iijjprovonionts
of his colored wards lirouirht mus-
picion and accusations upon him
aa did a number of other matters ;
but charily like Saneho's doscrip-n
lion of sloop ( -overs 11 iomi ovi r iikoi
a mantle and loyally -nnd pi' ly aro
tho best of shields. Tiio Revi'thin- .
end's comprehensive piety It now 4"
no custo except to take it in nnd :
holms lately been .transferred to4
that pious branch of the public. '
service tho Indian Bureau; 1
But while ho is looking tiller tho '
spiritual welfaro . of tho p or In
dian whoso untutored niiiiii .finds
its greatest pleasuro in . c..iin-.inp!;t-tingngood
string of ty-alps from
while women and children tho
hero saint's littlo matters at Wash-
ington fall into great confusion.-
The special of the Cincinnati Ga-
zette a leading Republican papor
sivys that llio vote of. tho lloiiso
Committee on Approprialioi.s call- .
ing on llio Secretary ot. War for in-
formation as to tlio iii niH which
made up tho estimate for. lill)0uq
nsked for to close up the Freed man s
Bureau has developed a questiona-
ble condition of affairs at the Freed-;
man's Hospital. An attempt to-.
prodiico tho vouchors for the expon-.
dituro of this Institution failed and
the facts camo out that a porlioq ot'.
tho funds paid to the hospital Ipid
been passed over to Howard Uni- .
vcrsity a privato institution. ' Tlio
amount appropriated for this hos-
pital last year was 878ono. "
This is far from the first caso of
misappropriated funds that has '
been brought homo to this saintly'
man but he sceinsTnMb to exclaim
with tho stage hero "EiUnnj-Jcmoiit
doth set mo freo as fast as hi nd mo."-
Civilian. ' ' '-"'
Launched at Orienter T.-t lltlf
instn f om the yard ftflho Delrvftird ";
River Iron Shipand Kngin'o WoVksV''
a new iron steamer for - Messrs.- "C. '
11. Mailory & Co of tho New York ;S
and Galveston Line. - The' dimeri-' V
sions nre as follows : ' Ijeugth 220
36 feet beam 20 feet hold and is tof "'
1500 tons register: Sho-fsa pi-o""
peller and will bo worked by.ati eii-"
gino of groat capacity and power" '"
which was also built by the com- 1
pany. The cylinder measures 43 ''
inches and has a 43-inch stroke.
The cost ot coiistrtictioirwill amonnt
to 81S5.000. nnd it 5s expet-ted that''
sho will bo finished in abont'six" '
weeks. The c-afcin accommodations ;
aro capacious and first-class. Gat.
mm : -'
The Lieth Hospital is in luck.
Tlio directors of that n lmirnblo in-
litut. n have reccivol 2001 as
part of a legacy ivqnea' he J to thonv .
by tho late Mr. T. W. Ramsey ol
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Josselyn, Robert. Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 4, 1872, newspaper, May 4, 1872; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth294664/m1/1/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .