Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 4, 1872 Page: 2 of 4
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t JOMKin . . NIK.'.
.SaTIHDAY MAY dm.'
tfrOn of Iht dirty Inrki of Hie mi-
tral tarpf I bdrf Is lo bum lip ichool
honael anil Iht report lhat I lit ilemnora li
havt duo ll btaauat lb r opposed lo
j-iTWi lira lh lloimon initial.
irjn P"Pr " fonm mil Hi last thai
aibortloaimenl hill ill 'I r iht Con-
' great. Thaty ih Incline. I lu liiiiianta
thalthty Aril ni in ih Information.
99 Wt havt explained uiir position of
tin raetrwh for every hixty lo imilenUanil
Ittictpl llit Ufnlnn Monitor And wt clmll
not Iruiiblo oHTlf further for In benefit.
'Thtrt art nonr in blind ill those who
will not net."
93TK friend itiggciti thai the position
vf Judgt under fltv. Vavii remind him
forcibly of a evupltl by llio celebrated
A 4lr illlcma Id ilurntii cnao
To act with infamy orqult Hie nlace."
HaTMl appetri that a lar gt number of
tbt republicans of Sun Anlonio art dis-
gusted wlib Hula Seoretary Newoomb llie
California "rat" and art demanding of
Got. Davit hit dismissal from Iht office
of Beorelary of State. Newoomb and hia
tet of rowdita lately brokt up a republican
meeting in Ban Anlonio.
Jtjrllow did it happen that tbt saintly
Super? isor of Iht) Cth . District "immo.
diattly suapeoled" on tht cry of fire thai
"iht colored school in this oily" were the
viotlmt? Did ht smell the poor little
matting pupils that ht come so quickly to
that eonclution? Wt suppose ht meant
tbt school house but we ought not to ex
peot much grammar or piety from tli
present radical Supervisors of Schools in
Texas. People will think. "0 tumble-
basil 0 iloses " "Yourg in sorrow."
KeTWa tee by tht Galveston Jfews that
aur old fritnd. Cot. A. M. Hobby on the
anniversary of tho Battle of San Jacinto
presented a flag to tbt Galveston Artillery
Company with a very eloquent and ap
propriate apeeoh wkioh ht la very oapabli
of making at any time. So pleased were
tht young ladies present that they trans-
mitted tht gallant young Colonel a ''floral
offering". containing bad and' blossom
with air torts of tender meanings. W
hope oar young friend will make a proper
ftleotion from these grateful beauties be'
re he gets to be Governor of Texas.
Rhmksuwr. The democracy of Dallas.
County must not forgot that Monday nex
as Deep appointed tbo day for a mass
meeting of the democracy at the Court
House for Iht purpose of tieoting delegates
to Iht Stale Convention at Corsicana
tbt 17th of June. VYe trust there will be
a full attendance that delegates may be
appointed who will fairly reflect the sen
limtnli and wishes of tht democracy of
(bis County. Let all turnout who can
Very important matters will oorae btfort
tht State Convention in which all true
democrats are interested.
Tbt Sherman Courier at this late day
is demanding the removal of August Bel
moot aa Chairman of tht Demooratio
National Committee. Months ago we" ex
posed the conduct of Mr. lielmont and not
a demoorat io paper in the State noticed ll
Air. Belmont it is now understood will
call the National Convention at last and
when that assembles it can appoint a ne
Committee and a new Chairman ns it
should. We don't want the Demooratio
Parly under- llio leadership of Bankers
whether foreign or native born. Mr. Bel
mont Is neither a statesman nor a good
g5yWe are sorry to learn .that. Maj. L.
51. TcaaaLi Special Agent of the ' P. O.
Department who has for tht past fivt or
tlx months made his headquarters in this
plaoe has received instruotions to report
for duly at Mew Orleans and tbt proba
bilily is that he will be assigned lo some
other field of duly. Wo take pleasure i
testifying to the earnest and prompt man
ntr in wbioh Maj. T. hat discharged bis
duly ainca Ht has betn among us. Ha has
dont much toward1 tht regulation of our
mail service and has- introduced many
and important improvements in the "cer
tainty and oelerlty" of the mails in this
Stale and we regret to part with him. We
cordially and heartily wish him a pleasant
field of usefulness in the future.
'Some timt ago Gov. Davit attempt
ed to remove Mr. It. B. Murphy from the
office of Surveyor of Dallas County to
which ha had been appointed by Davis
himself under the Enabling Aot. Capt.
Wm. H. Wtntworth tht new appointeo
sued out a mandamout against Murphy
which wat tritd betort Judge Hart who
deoided in favor of Wentworth. The ease
wat taken up by appeal to tht Supreme
Court which has Just reversed the decision
of Judge Hart and dismitttd tht cast
This settles tbt qutttion of tht Governor's
right of removal without cause. Ha has
no tuch right. Murphy therefore re
IroaTAT. By a private letter from
tbt Hon. John Hancock wt are informed
that al hla suggestion Senator Flanagan
i t introduced in tht Senate a bill to al
tow foar dayt voting in Ttxas for Presi
dent and viot-Preiident and thai it is
likely ia thia way to become a law by
getting through both Houses. Wt are
fled to hear this as it would be impossi
ble to poll tht votes of Texat in ont day
at tht county seals and there anight bt
struggle for precedence at Iht ballot boxes
aad bloodshed might ensue. We learn
farther by the eame source that it is
likely that tht Frontier Resolution intro-
duced by Hancock which hat patted tht
House- will else paat the Senate and be-
eosse a law.
tFears art entertained that Mengia
(be poor uermaa whe wat on the Grand
Jury that iadioled Gov. Davis has beea
foully dealt by. He with one Richardson
a aolored ataa also oa lbs Jury were ae-
rated by tbt radieala sheets of bribtryaud
hey were arrealtd by Davie' officiate.
They gave bail for their appearance at
Gourt. Kichardfton appeared and was tri-
tamphaatly acquitted. Mengia started
front Saa Anlonio lo go lo Auitia and dis-
appeared ea the way aad baa sot been
bears of tiaot. There is no evidence
agaiatt hint. Forged receipts and lying
affidavits were retorted to it is taid at a
pretext for the arrest of Ueagit aad Rich-
ardson All fhia was done to shield Gov.
Pavia freai tht heavy blow of aa indict-!
tai for crime.
La Initial atfiJ Usurpation
It It known In our fenliiri Dial tut mm
Hint pl mir usually very quirt oily lint
been Somen Iml tlilnrlpcl by a wholly Hit-
Hereon ry and Indnfi'iiillilt oonleal fr Hit
iniililolp'il iilliipx. IV butt lierrliifurt
hrlrlly allnilel to tliia mailer hut lliul
Hit piiMlo tiny Mtidrrsiaml cleat ly I lie pi.
tiiliMt of iliing and wiiat b it Inken pUot
wtahall reeapllulult Iht laclt of Iht cue
and present them mora fully.
Under tut Konhliag Act which wnt of
Itself nn iiitff!trrtnltlt alrloli of nut hurl
ly ('. Iinvia proof del to appoint the
Major an I' Aldermen of Dtllav and.for-
liiuiiirly fur Hie oili t lie Mayor and a
inujori'v of the Utmrd gave ritliefftctioii to
lie people. Then followed the new char-
ter panned by Hit euiut Legislature after
the p'lasitge of the KimMiug Act which
prenci ihe J I I'll t Hie municipal officers
llieu in ulliue by ilia appointment of Gov.
Davis aliouid hold their offices until tho
next general el.'d inn and in case of any
vucanolrn occurring; they should he ll'.ioj
by nu eleuiiuii nf the people In the. mea-
ner pi iuie I out hy the eli.trtur. Three va-
OHincio in li e Board occurring mid two in
the uflicet of Mumliil and Assessor they
wert consequently tilled according lo law
and every thing wan going ou to the entire
Hatinfaoiion of a large majority of the oiti-
tent of DulluH. In tht meant ime proba-
bly by tht instigation of certain Arptt.
baggers and scalawags lo effeo jome un"
holy purpose of gain or plundr.- the Gov-
ernor saw fit lo appoint a net Mayor and
Board of Aldermen without specifying
any charges against Ihrld ones. He held
that he could appoint and remove at his.
arbitrary pleasure without any cause.
The old officers under the unanimous
opinion of the Dallas Bar and also of the
Attorney General of the State who was
oonsult--J refused to give up Iholr posi-
tions at the command of the oue-nss pow-
er at Austin. Then Dr. Ilayncs the new
appointee for Mayor" resorted to the Judi-
oiary for assistance. He found reudy
help from his Honor Judge Hardin Hart
well known if not very highly appreciated
for his legal acquirements who issuod his
mandamus and llio case was fully argued
before h'rn in chambers It seemed a mat-
ter too plain for argument out that did
not require even a lawyer to comprehend
that any school boy who had advanced from
the alphabet to words of two syllables
could understand. Was the last law su-
perior lo the first ? Was tho latest ex-
pression of legislative will lo he carried
out ?' There was the wholo matter ia a
nut-shell. Hut lha learned Judge who
holds his office by Hie appointment and
grace of Gov: Davis did not hesitate to lie-
cido that the Governor's power over the
officials at Dallas whs unlimited and that
the newly appointed Mayor was entitled
to the office. The laws of Texas however
allow a party aggrieved by the deoision o
an ignorant or corrupt Judgo an
hy writ of error and supersedeas u
plication lo the Clerk of the Couri
ling tho proper bond and thus
onRe to a higher court for revi
was done by Mayor Ervny and tli
served unon the contestant an
due form of law. Here the nid-LTj
have rested until the Supreme Or
decidod the question. But ikMk mw
suit the purposes of Davi
s and InWiun.
gry vultures hore. The immediate posses-
sion of the offices was tho ohjeot so that
they would bo enabled to oarry out their
secret designs of a political or peouniary
His ifonor after waiting long enough
to hoar from Austin instructed the sher-
iff lo disregard the inpertrtleas and iu
failure of Mayor Ervay's yielding up his
office and official papers immediately to
arrest him and put himinjnil. Accord-
ingly on Inst Saturday evecing the May.
or was arrested without any formal de-
mand for the delivery of hlso.Tiee and pa-
pers as we understand and put in the
common jail in company with a orazy in-
male of that not very luxurious establish-
ment. Tho officers and polioe elected or
appointed by tho old Board tti 11 however
kept their positions unlerrifled by the
lawless incarceration of their ohiof and
Ihe city still remained under their proteo
Hon and guardianship. On Monday the
old. Board met and appointed Dr. Willa-
mette Mayor pro tern and determined to
maintain Iheir rights against the usurpers
of law and justice. The new Board also
mot as we are informed and appointed
their officials and made all their arrange.
meats to establish themselves in power by
foroe if necessary and new nrreBts and
imprisonments. The shadow of gloom
rested over our little city and the faint
hearted anticipated conflicts bloodshed
martial law and negro Iroopt lo oarry
out Iht cdicta of the Austin despot. But
about the middle of tht day after our
worthy Postmaster had distributed the
Southern sail it wna whispered about
that some news had come which had
greatly disturbed the bold conspirators
aeainst the Deaoe of Ihe city. It wat loon
ascertained that tht Austin newspapers
contained the deoision of the Supreme
Court in tht ease of Murphy va. Wtnt
worth llsewhere alluded to in our columns
wbioh settled tht whole matter and left
Gov. Davla and bia ready tools here aot a
shadow of law or right to luslain thtm
They consequently collapsed and subsided.
Hit Honor tht Judge ordered tht rcjoio-
ing sheriff to liberate Mayor Ervey and
the new Doard with all lit warlike ap
poinleea and preparation! vanished into
its original nothingneos. Order reigns in
Dallas under Ihe old municipality and the
carpet-baggers and scalawags art in grief
and mourning. May the dtv 11 comfort
Tbt Report of tht Committee in the east
of Giddiugs ve. Clark which it wat tele
graphed would be made last Monday aeemt
to hang fire. There should bt ne hesita-
tion or dtlay in a eaat of tuck unmitigated
rascality. But radicalism is equal to any
thing it knows no shame. Though we
doubt not Iht teat will be give to Gid-
dings the Congreae will probably reward
Clark with a round lua of money to pay
Iht expenses of bis political villany .
The laet aewa from Washington indi
cates a eeaaplele backing down of tne
Grant administration on the question of
indirect damages on isocount of the Ala
bama. This ia right but Iht claim never
should have beea made and the country
disgraced by inch diplomacy.
g6SNelnia ihe abeeondiag Sheriff of
Navarro County has been taken at New
Orleans and brought back' to Texat by
Cat'!- McNelly. The Halve-too News tells
us that N'tliaa said in New Orleans "I
guess Davis wont hurt ait annch." It alee
turresls that Nelms would be a valuable
aitaesa on Ihe trial of Gov. Davie before
lha b'. 8. Court at Austin. Nelms evident
ly knows a thing or two.
(3 Sulecribe for tbt Uisald.
Tlit Klontloti of Oovftnior
When liout l on r nest (Inventor be elnl.
lit? Till queallon hn been In'el fit-
moling Hit piiblls allriilliin and eepeolitl.
ly in view of the present In w lam num.
alrnally neeiipylng Hinl position. Al Iht
oluas of the Mr I ilny nf lieetnilier 1111
IMiiiuinl J. Davis wna aiippoanl to be ilrct.
led or at Itaal wat declared lo be elected
by (Jen Reynolds Governor of Tejue.
Under the Constitution hit lenu of office
oonarqitrnlly commenced on the day of Ills
Installment and will end four yeara there-
from. Tht constitution says that Hit Gov-
ernor thall bold hit edict fur Iht term nf
four yeara from "Hit Hint of hit enstall
inent and uulil his successor shall ht du-
ly qualified." It further declares thai "the
Governor shall lit eleotod by tbt qualified
voters of the State at the time aud placet
at which Ihey shall vo't for Representa-
tives to the l-egislatiiro.'' Tho Legisla-
ture by Aot of August lith. 1870 have
fixed Hit lime of the first general election
on Hie first Tuesday after the first Monday
of November 1N72 and it will bt held ev
ery two years from that dato until chang
ed ly Inw. It is obv lum thrn ihit on
uext Xovoiuber Ihtre tculil bt ait tltcian of
Governor and other State officers as well
as members of the Legislature or else ihey
they wlllholdovortheircouslitutional terms
of ofliae from tho Sid of December lO to
the 3rd of December 1871 for want of
qualified successors. This would be mani-
festly wrong and in dedanoe of the Con-
stitution. But the Legislature have uot
said anywhere thai we oun find that
these officers shall bt elected at the last
general eloction before Hit expiration of
their lerms of office nor have they made
it oxprcssiy the duty of Iht Governor to
issue hit proclamation for their eleotion.
Indeed they purposely omitted to do so
and contrived the lav cunningly at thoy
supposed to prolong their existence and
rule against the wishes of the people.
Now though it is plain (hat the Governor
aui other 8tato officers should bo elected
next November if hia usurping fraudu-
lency does not order such eleotion what
can wo do 7 Is thero any remedy' We
oonfess that we can see none under the
forms cf law. It will not do for us to vote
for a Go7ernor or other Stale officers next
November without a proclamation from
the Governor to that ell'ect because the
election will be lield by the Governor's
appointees who will regard his instruc-
tions and refuse to count the voieB given
and it might furnish a pretext for them to
throw out all the ballots on which were
found votes for these State officers and
thus deolare their own candidates elected.
This catnstrophy must be avoided. We
know well the toes we have to deal with
and we must act accordingly. That the
Governor should be elected at the next
general election and that its the duty of
the present Governor to give notice of the
trail and muke provision thorofor as for
lie election of other officials there cannot
e a doubt. The Aot to provide for the
ile and manner of conducting elections
ich we bnva alluded says Seotion 2
eneral election is an eleotion fur
county officers and members of
lature in general" and Seotion
iat the firat general eleotion un-
mmhS act shall be held on the first Tues-
ay after the first Monday of November
1872 at which lime and every two years
thereafter members of Congress represen-
tatives and senators to the State Legisla-
ture distriot attorneys and all county of
ficers made elective shall be elected."
Here it will be noted the Slate officers are
left out evidently with intention for a
wicked purpose But as the terms of all
the Stnlo officers will expire long before
another general election can be held sure
ty it is the duty of Hie Governor to correct
this omission. But will he do it? We
have no idea that he will and we shall be
without a remedy as wo have been for ma.
ny other lawless acts which a corrupt
Legislature have enabled nim to perform
It may be Veil for tho press to agitate this
question in relation to radical misruleand
for the coming democratic State Conven-
tion to pass resolutions upon Ihe subject
to arouse the people to a true sense of the
usurpation practiced upon them ; but we
do not see that anything can be done in
the way of holding nil election for Gov-
ernor in November against the determina-
tions of Davis and hit abettors and it
would be useless perhaps injurious for
the democratic parly lo attempt it or to
make any nominations for the several
Siate offices. This Is our view of the mat-
ter. What say our brethren of ihe press ?
Lettsr of Eon. John Hancock.
We have Ihe pleasure this week of lay
ing before our readers a letter from the
Hon. John Hancock Representative in
Congress from the 4th District of Texas
wbioh will be read with deep interest by
all hia numerout friendt tbtoughout tht
Stall. It it though tfti) moderate and pa-
trlotio in substance and lone and deserves
as it will receive an attentive consider-
ation. It announnces a ooursa of policy
on tht part of tht Democracy whloh has
not been nor is now in accordance with
our feelings or deliberate judgment but it
is a poliey which many good men in dif
ferent portions of the country have advo-
cated and one that teems to havt been
gaining it must be admitted in pop.
ular estimation. We are not taken by
aurprise. We have believed for tomt time
from tuch information aa wt could get
that not only John Hanoock but Hernden
and even 'the extreme Conner at well as
a majority of Hie demooratio members of
Congress entertained in Ihe main tht
stmt vitwi expressed in Iht letter which
wt publish lo day Tbt paasivenesi of the
Congressional democracy the character of
tht dociimcntt tent lo Iheir constituents
the delay in the meeting of tht National
Democratic Committee and the calling of
a National Convention all pointed to thia
nd. We have aot been aileat aider thia
aiate of I fairs. Wt havt not hesitated to
express plainly eur diaapprobitioa of tht
CJurse adopted aa nnwiae though doubtless
patriotic. But wt are aot dispoted to net
up our individual judgment agaiast the
conclusions of mea whe may have had bel-
ter opportunities of determining tht cir-
curaatancea of Ihe country and what it
absolutely necessary to be done for its re
demption from extreme radical rale and
ruiu. If a majority of onr party act proper
to take Ihe course Indicated we thall ae
wt havt heretofore laid givt it onr ear-
aest support at tht belt that taa bt done.
We thins all good democrats aid patriot;
io mea should do likewise.
Of ene thing we are glad lobe assured
that a Democratic National Coaveatioa
will be held that iu princi plea will be
boldly avowed that the organisation of
Iht Democratic Party will he kept np that
Ihe Coaveatioa will declare to Iht party
what course it ia deemed w ise lof urene
aad should tbt Cincinnati Convention fail
to pat inrwarn proper eao'tidates in a
great measure accep il. Ic to the dcaccraLx j
Mas that rilsllnal nniiiliiailiina will ht
made anil a vlji'irmn riini lnnii(iiraled
Thl l rl(hl and agrrenMt to H e views
whlih at have nlwa.va rftprraard. Cuniliif
f i miii a member of tin National Cun.niillet
who lissdimbile'a been In eiiiuiiiiiiiinn with
his associate and knows their determine
linn we prrauiiit lint we limy place the
fullest reliance on the aaaureiioes given In
Hit li tter btfurt us. Kvary Iliing mv
terms lo depend on the action of Iht Cin
ol'iiiatl Contention. That body met on
Wednesday last and it la probable that be
fora our paper guet lo press that tnnitlhliig
deflinite of ill proceedings may reach lit
if in our readers shall have the be mil I of
il whatever It may be. In the meantime
we trust dial come what may the ilcmoo.
racy will hang logether and voto us a unit
for whoever ahu.ll be deslgunled by Its
Tan ant Mini eprcsentod
It la very strange indeed that a travel
er seldom ever pnHen through DiiIIuh en-
routt to Port Worth but I lull he is inform.
ed hy acme wtll winhrr Hint Iu linns Infest
Hue ci only mid are frequently milking
l in la upon the oitiaens ul tins place hut
efpi'cially ll lio wishes to buy liiuu be oi
they I I'll him it is dangerous lo venlure
further West I lin.ii Dallas county to make
the purchase. VYe assume Ihe revpousi
biluy of informing the cittten or ciliieus
of Da. las who bus or have bceu guilty of
tins ungenileiuau-like prnatioe that
such a tale (as Ihey well know) is false
nuu uocs not uciiorve llie attention or any
riglii-tliiiikiug man. We are warranted
in the assertion lhat there hne not been an
Indian in oral out Fort Worth for fifteen
years and it is seldom an Indian is men
tioned. Dallas oounly is jealous of Tar.
rani from the fact that her county sent is
uestincu lo be a railroad junction and hei
unparalleled inducements to emigrants so
lar exieea loose of Dallas couuty that they
deem il necessary to come a little "sheuna-
gin" over Tarrant occasionally. All per
sons who have been guilty of the above
named prnctico ought to be careful for
all those to whom they loll si ch tales are
not apt lo bo scared olr but come and see
for themselves and b couvinoed of the
fact their Informant had misinformed
them when llio informnnt wo iinagino
would feel rather "cool." Let us hoar no
more of this or wo may mention a few
names in connection with such fabrica-
tions. Ft. Worth Democrat.
Please mention the names brother Demo-
crat and we will aid you in giving them
tho proper castigation if they are guilty.
But there must be some mistake about all
this complaint. There is not a particlo of
jealousy on the part of the people of Dal
las or Dallas county toward Tarrant or
Fort Worth that we have been able to dis-
cover. The most kindly feeling piovailB.
We have heard the county and the oounly
seat frequently epoken of in high com-
mendation. Our poople don't care if tho
population of Tarrant should equal that of
Chiun and Fort Worth reach the fabulous
dimensions of Pck in. It must be all bosh
about the Indians. Some wag has been
imposing on our worthy brother and tho
scamp ought to be ashamed of himself try
ing to get up bad feeling among neigh-
bors. We regret to say that Ihe N. 0. Picay-
une under Hb present management can-
not be relied on either as a demooratio or
conservative paper. Its leading editorial
on the 28th ult. is an open advocacy of a
coalition with 'the Grant party in Louisi-
ana on the plea of thus eecuring reform I
Reform under Grant I Could anything bo
more absurd V The old Pic. was much cir-
culated and honored ia Texas tho new
one desorves neither circulation nor hon-
or lit editorials seem prompted by Par-
son Carter the Radioal-Confcderate Colo-
nel. Give it a wide birth.
We. are glad to notice in the Houston
Telegraph of May 1st a bold utterance
against William E. Dodge President of
the Texas Central Railroad for his late
speeoh at the Coopor Instituto New York
on Ihe occasion of the big Grant demon-
stration. Tht Telegraph pronounces it
"an unqualified positive unmitigated and
mat unjutt ami undeserved slander." This
rofers esjieoially to tho ohargo of Mr.
Dodge that "the peoplo of the South ex-
pect' again to make slaves of the negroes."
How many extreme radicals can be found
who will not as Mr. Greeley would say
lie outright when it can serve a political
purpose? What a Dodge I
. LATEST KEWS.
Fighting has been goiii tut near Mala-
moras between Ihe two factions now al
war in Mexico and many of ils people
have taken refuge In Brownsville.
Thousands of people attended tht open-
tng of the Kentucky Publio Library at
Mount Vesuvius is in full operation and
new craters are opening and pouring lava
over the surrounding country. Much darn
age has been done.
The National Banks are requested to re.
port their condition on the 19th April last
Troops have been sent along the line of
the Northern Pacifio Railroad for pro tec
Hon against the Indians. : 1
Insurrectionary movements are still
going on in Spain. Don Carlos is try in g to
get into tht country but ia closely watoh
ed by tht Governments of Spain and
Gov. Hoffman bat vetoed tht new char-
ter for New York City. '.
Tht Supreme Court of Florida hat de-
elded that the Lieut. Governor of that
State it tbt aoling Governor the Govern-
or having been impeached.
Tht amended Texas Pacifio Railroad bill
has gone to the President for signature.
Garland V. 8. District Attorney for ihe
n estern uisinct or Texas naa been re-
moved and A. J Event appointed in
a special io me Houston union . aayi
Morgan Hamilton onr Senator hat gone to
the Cineinnati Convention. Doubted.
Our newt from Iht Cincinnati Coarta
tioa il only np to Tuesday night. A !f.rge
number of delegates were in attendance.
The Davis etock eeemed ia the ascendant
hot it is very doubtful who will be nomi-
nated. We would aa sooa Ihink that Gov.
Palmer of 111 would finally be eel tied oa
as any other.. Next . to hint we jndge
Charles Fraaoia Adams Hands tht best
ehanoe. But QuiensaUl While we write
thit it it all over.
A SiseoiAa PnEneaEaox. Wt leant
from (bt fairfield Ledger lhat in Freestone
es-J two or Ibree other counties from which
it has heard tbe present crop of young
peaches art growing toga her. la many
inatancel freia three to five having formed
a solid elasler aad wt I earn from Mr.
Jamet Trim who livra eevea ertirbt
atiiei north of Htllaboro that bt hat ob-
served Ihit lingular pbenomeaoa likewise
ia several peach orchards ia tbt northern
portion of this county. This is a ease for
the consideration ef ye naturalist. Give
Tbe Cleburne Chronicle sars the peaches
John fob county are all growing lorttb-
er jt;st as Ibcy are in tuts eoua.y. Ih'.i
C - .i - uty i'jpoiucr.
A Fatrlotlo View of Urn gituntlon.
Waiiiv.ifiv l (! April II IH7
II n. i. W. rl.l llMtiMlia r i
Dmi t'oi. i lam In rerrlpl of youra of
lhi2lli nil lleferrlai In a rail fur a
finis Con vnii I Inn al liiraioana you aay
"win yuu give mt your opinion of the
oun rat In be piiraunl" elo nitiiilng I
presume what It I hi bitter courai fur ua
lu pin ana In our Stale Con venliuu with
refeirnoe lo Ihe corneal In Iht approach
lug I'icil. Initial tlroiion. Wtrt I ou Hit
ground at Hie meeting of our Hiait Con-
vention with all llio (acta before nit lhat
may be developed hy that lime 1 ihould
with extreme dtllldeuce givt an opinion
aa lo Hit oouist lu be puraued by Die peo-
ple of Ihe Siale. It It rather Iheir right
Ihan mint lo prrscribt Hie line of our po-
liiioul polioy. It ia must likolv 1 should
have an opinion it may bt a misfortune
I oannel well avoid forming un opinion
aud express It freely aa my own und lake
mi responsibility of tl but wi bout nreju
dice lo any one else or desire lo iulluoiice
llie action of iht Cu.ivonllon trusting lo
Hit boiler judgment of thai body to deter-
mine whal it wisest and best. Ilvcog till-
ing your right as a friend constituent and
follow cilixou of a greatly outraged State
and standing in poril of still greater
wrnugfi lo my opinion of cur bencr line
of polioy in our National allaltt I cheer
fully give It aa tunned from facta partly
hypothetical hut which will most likely
and iu a short lime have actual oxistence.
It muy be assumed ns a foregone conclu
sion that Ueu. Uriiiit will bu nominated
for re-election by tho Republican Conven-
tion to be assembled al Philadelphia iu
Juno. Such a noil inntinu will be a declara
tion by the Republicans of their determina
tion lo conlintio in tho future administra-
tion of tho Federal Government the past
and present policy of lhat party with all
its demoralii'.injr and centrnlixiug tendon
cies and blighting effecla on the Southern
states tin lull issue they go bofort Ino
American people and ask an endorBoment
and ratification of what bus been done
and their eanoiioa to continue for tht fu
ture in the same line of policy. If decid
ed in Hie allirmativo it will be held as a
repudiation of ad opposing policies theo
ries and principles of government by
wliom or In whatever form presented it
follows then that before any opposing
policy or principle enn be inaugurated or
established the allirmativo issue tendered
must be negatived doleated. Regarding
government as an art and not n soience it
seems lo follow ns a loirical sequence
lhat Ihe first duly of all who oppose the
policy and measures of the radical republ
ican party Is to pursue that aouree which
will more certainly dofcat Hie issue ten
dered and thereby mako way for the in-
auguration nod establishment of a differ-
ent policy and measures. As to the latter
mere may be diltcrcnces among those wlio
agree in desiring to defeat the issue ten-
dered by the republican party. The sol-
diers called to arms to repell an army that
was laying waste their oountry might en-
tertain dillcrent opinions of govorumenl
policy but cordially unite In driving back
tho invader and pretermit all discussion
of their difiercuues till tho patriotio work
was accomplished. ihe priuciplt
seems equally applicable to our present po
litical condition. Blighty hostB are ar-
rayed to overthrow tho Constitution revo-
lutionize tho government destroy the
rights of local Belf-govcrmnent and repre-
sentative republican institutions. Patri-
otism and wise statesmanship require of
all who oppoBo these designs lo make mu-
tual concessions yield or for the tiino
lay aside immaterial diffeienccs and make
common cause in an effort to avert the
greater calamity. It is not doubted lhat a
very considerable majority of Ihe people
are opposed lo Gen. Grant's re-election
and the longer continuance of the Radical
party in power; but party affiliations nuu
prejudices es well as differences on mcas
ures of government are difficulties in Ihe
way of harmonizing the different elements
of opposition. The differences on meas
ures of government might be pretermitted
or as suggested by Mr. Greeley left to Ihe
legislative department of the government ;
but those which arise from parly prejudice
and partinlities will present move formid-
able obstacles. The effort is being made
as I am confident in good faith by many
prominent men of different shinies or po-
meal complexion to Iiarmoni2e the ele
ments by presenting candidates for Presi
dent and vice-president of prominent
characteristics acceptable to all and in no
great degree disf.grceableio any. wuotti-
er this effort is to bo successful will de
pend iu part and mainly 1 think on the
action of the Cincinnati Convention. If
the Reform Republicans shall then sol cot
candidates as acceptable as thoio present
ed by the Labor Koiiirin Convention and
Ihe very general expectation is that I hoy
willorat any rale Judge Davis will be se-
lected I am satisfied a very large number
of Ihe prominent men of the democrat c
parly in the Eastern Northern and West-
ern Siatct will strongly favor the so lea-
ion of the samt nominee or nominees by
the national Democratic Convention. In
their selection 1 should deem it both wise
and proper for us of Texas and also the
other Southern Slates to acquiesce. At
present there stems to me very cogent
reasons why we should be content to fol
low Ihe lead of the Northern and wntprn
democracy . I regard this the prevailing
sentiment in all the Southern Stale. As
a question of policy I do not doubt it is
Ihe correct position for us to assume.
While this is the temper and disposition
of tho democracy as well aa I am able to
determine it ii the extent in a praotionl
point of view of the "passive polioy
which the Bourbons of our party have
been somewhat disposed to oriticise and
find fault with. 1 here Is no thought en.
lertained to far as I have heard by any one
holding a plaoe in the Demooratio
party of disbanding or failing to hold a
regular national Convention proclaiming
our principles putting forth our nomi-
nees preserving inlact the National and
state organizations and still turtner per
feeling them and feeling deeply eensiblt
of Iht great responsibility of tho occasion
to cn forth with redoubled vigor and de
termination in the effort to rescue tht
government from tho bands of corrupt
Rings and usurpers and restore again
equal rights and equal and just protection
to every eitisen in every part of the coun
To accomplish this happy result and ae
cure a guaranty of averting the disaster
and gloom that would remain for four
years longer over the South should Gen
Grant be re-elected I think we may well
regard hia defeat at tht first great object
to be accomplished and aot in concert
with all who are striving to achieve the
same end. If however partisan hate am
bitious or selfish motives or want of prac-
tical statesmanship should to far thaart
tbe counsels at Cincinnati aa to defeat
present expectations of concerted action
on reasonable and honorable conditions
uch si those already alluded to why
then for one I lay the democratic parly
having abowa a disinterested disposition
te make concessions and aot in concert
with all who believe the overthrow of Ihe
party in power haa become a grekt nation
al necessity thereby to render doubly aure
the accomplishment of that object having
given renewed evidence of patriotio devo
lion to the best interest of the whole coun-
try should proclaim correct principles and
nominate honest and able men at candi
dates wbe have and deserve the confidence
of tbe country and invite tht eo-operation
ef all who desire obedience to the ednsti
tution and rcatoratioa of Ihe economical
huBfc-t republican government of our fate
era and ( believe we will achieve the vic
tory ia fiovember.
Training that prudence and wisdom may
guide tbe deliberations of lbs people of
Texas to that at an early day they may
retain the righLof which they are now de
prived ef governing themselves
I remain very truly
Your Ob't flerv't
"From Virginia comet tht Cata-
logue ef ita famed University for the tei-
lion 1871 2. It foots np 805 a congratu-
latory number of students. May Iht Uni-
versity founded hy Thomas Jefferson eoa-
tinne te proper.
Common sense rroriicn
The inrflifrn nollio llmt fitipnnroil
. " - . l
urn result ui a want or rulhiblu In.
formation as to tho extent of the
Injuries tiNlulnod and which eon Id
not bu accurately obtained. Wo are
now in possession of additional facts
with which to supply the deficien-
cy and which embrace tho prlncl-
pul d ii in ago done to tho oily and its
environs as lar us known.
The damage on the Levee Is ns
follows: JJoof and portions of tbo
cotton compress blown olf; a por-
tion of llio walls of Mursh k Mo-
Kollor's vroreliouso and front of
storo blown down : roofs of lb
stores of Howell Durham A Tom
kies; Hamilton k Austin : Maples
staccy k Poland's and others blown
off and otborwise injured. Ihe suf
ferers on Toxas streot aro Kahn t
Bros. J. Tabor A. Sour Sewing
.midline store and several others
their stores eithor boing unroofed
"r damagod in some othor way
ihe Injury to Uossrs. JVahn dciiros.
is considerable but tho full ox tent is
not yet known. Mr. Dugan'a bouse
and othor buildings- near the levee
wcro blown into the river but the
oeennanti lortnnatolv wore unin.
j tired. Tho colored Baptist Church
was comniotoly dnmolishod ; a
Iiouro of Mr. HufTner blown down ;
root of a building dostroyod :
now framo liouso noar tbo oil works
prostrated and a colored woman
badly injured. Tho village of Mug-
gi nsville suffered severely. A num-
ber of buildings wore more or loss
injured troos fonccs and out hous-
es scattered in every direction.
Several porsons wero injured by
flying timbors but none very seri
ously. Two colored men are sup.
posed to be drowned as thoy wore
in a skiff in the rivor and have not
been heard of sinco. It is rumor
ed that a lady being caught in the
outskirts of tho city was carried
some distance by tho wind and ro
ceivod dumgerous wounds from fal
ling timbers. It is feared also that
she lost hor lifo as no tidings from
hor havo boon received. The fore-
going list is as corroct as we havo
boon ablo to make it although olh
or instances may bo developod dur
ing the day.
Tho storm-Bond lingorcd in our
midst for thirty minutes and then
passed on to die away in hollow
echoes. May our city nover reel
and quiver under his giant tread
again. tsnreveport a. Western.
Mail robberies are) bocoming so
common now-ti-duyH Hint il is by
no means sale to rtslc monoy trom
ono point to another through tho
mails. Only a short timo sinco
the District Clerk of our county re-
ceived Bomo documents for record
from J. II Starr & Son real estato
agents A bunkers at Marshall in this
Sute. . When tho puckai'o arrived
at the post-office here it was found
to have been rifled and tho monoy
amounting to 82 25 titkon out.
Tho robbory was coin mitt oil eotno-
where botweon hero and Marshall.
Is thero no way of finding out who
the thief is? As long as robberies
are committed evory person who
handles tho mails may be Buapoct-
od and will be to a greater or less
extent; consequently it places
mail-carriers and postmasters in a
very awkward position. Tho at-
tention of tho spoclal mail ngont Is
called to this line. Some impioper
person bandies tho mails or some
propor person handles them im-
properly. Mr. II. V. Peory of our
town received a registered pack-
age only a few days tinco which
hud been rifled and over 6100 tak-
en therefrom. The package wag
mailed at Tuzowell Ya. When it
arrived it vi'.s sealed so completely
tliut.it was impossible to detect
anything wrong about it but when
the lotter was taken trom tho regis
tered envelop it was apparent lhat
the envelope had.been unsealed and
sealed up again. .Now somo post-
master bewoen tnis place and Vir
giuia has mado 51UU by opening
that package and Mr. Poery has
lost tho same amount oi money.
We have invariably advised the poo.
pie of this town and vicinity not to
risk money in C registered loiter :
it only series as an advertisement
lor mail-rcbbcrs to "go ttirotigu it.
Don't send money by a registered
lettor; procure drafts or post-ofDco
money orders and your money
though jometimos delayed will go
safo. Canton Hews.
i i i a a' ana .e Hi- m
The local of tbo Telegraph can
take an iron-clad oath that tie uses
in no form substance or manner
tho following articles via: opium
whisky or tobacco. lie challenges
any ten men in Houston or Texas
to say the umo. -Houston Tele-
graph. As a rnle in life it may be statod
that tho virtue which it is necessa
ry to proclaim is hardly worth tbe
having. Virtue that does not sums
as a candlo set on a bill is of a very
dim material. If a man has good
ness in his soal it will be seen as a
diamond in darkness. It will not
do to trust these indications. We
havo known men guilty of all the
vices indicated whose nobility of
soul and integrity or character are
beyond all compare and there are
man in the nonitontinrv innocent
of all these habits. uau jxeirs.
CaoF Pkospicts. The weather
for two weeks past baa been docid
edly favorable to farmers and they
aro laboring diligently hereabouts
with fine prospects or a rood bar
vest. Somo of our farmers bad to
re-plant their corn.' owing to the
cold rains in the latter part of
March but as a gen oral thing we
bolieve a good stand was soenrod
from the first planting. More cot-
ton we aro informed is boing plant-
ed this year than ever before in the
county. We still promise a. large
yield and in fact vegetation gener-
ally is in a flourishing condition.-
SiaNiricAHT A native of Iowa
who has been in the state about a
week applied to the supervisor of
Dallas county lor a certificate to
tench school and qualified for a sec
ond cl6s certificate bat on account
of hia not answorine some political
qnesticn satisfactory be was made
in onr laaun Of yi atenlny of tho dm-
natron Inrnmlo llmt swept over our
uiiy on Krlilny afternoon lnl wnt
a in work-' to taka the third da. Waxalur-
i. y I
WatneiraluUlieuf nameaalitof liallm
' sneiirageil to tommenet
- l. 11. M fc li.. I
publication of a Daily Dallas Herald.
tariir ef iht Herald eannnl bt more proa-
parous lhan It would be If our good with-
tt meaanrtil In iiiectat. Identical In
name and advocating Identical political
principle! wt will fight Hit good light lo.
acinar ami we will aiwayt lit found In
Iht atllliidt of living Indignant proitil
agalnal If wt cannot auhmerge the vil-
lainous polllieal eleinanti by which wt
are turroundtd. Saa Anton lhraU.
Yesterday we were standing upon
tho sidewulk of tho Avonuo in
conversation with a friontl when
wo woro run against by throo por-
sons who at once bogged our par-
don. On turning to look we dis
covered them to ho threo poor blind
Doys punus oi llio .Blind Assylum.
Tho pardon was at once on the oth
or sido and our heart foltsympa
thy with the well brod and gontlo
manly youths who though tho
light of day is forever shut out
from tlioir souls novertholoss show
ed thcmsolvcs imbued with that
light which gleams from the polito
. . j a - . . . .
ana renneu no manor in what sta-
tion or condition. Austin State-
man.' Tua Sk'ond VinnicT or tui Fiopli or
Tkias. They re-affirm their opinion of
1870 by awardlnc tht 0 rover & Itnker
aiacnine Ihe frst Premium for the Dest
Family 8cwine Mnoblne. at the Grand
State Fair of 1H71 and six First Premiums
for Best' Machine Stitching (double tho
number awarded any other machine.)
Notwithstanding Ihe great efforts of our
competitors to disparage the per fool Ion of
our machines Ihe publio and Ihe Fair As-
sociation of Louisiana and Texni repeat
their convict lont when opportunity offers
tht superiority af our Machines by its pur
chase and award of the committees. Tbe lale
of Ihe G rover & Uaker Machine ia greater
in Mississippi Alabaman Louisiana and
Texas than that of any other and the
awards received from the Fair Associa
tions of those States double those of all the
other machines combined. What mora
proof enn wt offer for what we so justly
claim namely lhat the Orover & Baker ia
the best Family Sewing Maohine and the
favorila of tht people of Ihe South.
UENKHAL tUUTli!(?l UtSl'tlT
182 Canal Street New Orleans.
Another large lot of theae Maohinea luat
received and for sale by
KEATON & J0HN80N
June 20 1871 ly Agents Dallas Texas.
riirroeteil weeklv by WILLIAM S TiltllS.. d-n.
era lu Orocerlea and l'rovtalraa Mula street one
door east of the 1'iiblic 8iiiaro.
rairea ix rois.
D.ttia Wbj. 3 1S72.
.". " 10
Oil i. ..
S 1 40
' 1 00
(A 1 7
9 3 '
Ml a 2o
Fliinr TrjAK pr 100 lb
Ilih vreen th
MulHiwa Surirhiim VkiiI
UoMeii Btrruu H
HotiiloeH Irian $hiih
Pitu-lic. drlnl Vlb
lull. I.ivi.rnool. per mica
llOllt fUlllHll ..
Con limned from the tinlToxtoi News.)
. LivKHiimt April :to 1872.
CoTTtisi firm : nptun.ls lid.; Orlftan- H H?Vl.
' Nkw Yurie April HQ 1872.
CoTTuN (jnfot unit no mt mil 'during tho day Hon
s dnit ul MV rii-riimt from inrnlnii nrituiH or
Itmrt iiftlHinln'1 ; utMiil ordintli'.v ! ; miiltllill g
; middling Orl.i.n ; middling nutc -M'.
New Oblea-is A.-rll IH) 1872.
Cotton lk nm nd miidi-ruto Ht '2'c.
Oalvuton April 80 1872.
OkTtoji Qnlot unit wonk At 1U&HI
Cotto -The Haled nIHirted tn.iUv annnuit to M
Alan. Tlio ilt'imtiiri wan fairly tti'tiw. Mil nftariMifH
being Htniti'd mid W an uiidtiajtrHMo cluinicter. Hit
biHinenK iw ri'HtrirsM Tiionniikitt I'lout miittt
nit ntfudy nt it mv It mi niiohitioii i Lnw ordimirv
lAalt ;nliimry iH''d-lH ; pirnd m.liiihiry UH
3lu':ow luiddliux tl.ajuL: cilfldliiiu -ilf
'vfoni. Tli mnrkft ruin quiet nt Jlnaic forbur-
ry una ;(nnnr; for nmiium in or bum.
limns Mtwkitt tj.ih't tint niPHily nt previou.fi 'ino
mi lull. ncHtin quote iur ury it Uwy run I0((jiiiu.
tYM flaUttl tH. aloe.
Bacon Muck nmple mid prltp firm. W iptoto
cier miiI'th M ftb)c.: cimr rji. fpiict nt tKr.
honUlurs tJl-p ; wetcrn brenhlititt luicon nulm :
UjUJtJca pur b. Ilnms firm; uhoii-o cat Tiwitml
fit at K'fttUc.
Vi.oun 1 in fiiir recjuoit but pi top enprclnlly
tor ino UHiTvt (imuPB nre wrnK nnu ftuir-r no now
quote double (ruble extra mt $Hin. lo S2b pur barrol
goon treble osirti comnmnii t7.t to n fHi ; riion
ultra 310 M tu 11 ib ; tanvj brauda 911 AO to 1U UU.
jjr. ri; ik .fo.i;sv .
Late of Brenham Texas
IlavlnfC located In Dallaa rrapiN't fully oftora hla Her
vlt:ea In tne vhNuiih liralicliw of hi nroU'HHlun.
Hp ran hm fonnil ilnv nml n llit at t lin Drugstore
01 n. rrtc A un. cor. umiatim and main la.
Mil 4 IK7i-.1t: 1m-).
A Large Family Carriage
Wllh KlaMilnora nearly nrw. Fur 8tyli Comfort
anil Durability not lo be anrimaafil hi any Btet.
Baitablu lor a ttrat cum. hark anchaaare iweil In
the lane citleaat one.half original emit.
Apiilyto 1IKI1ALD urrtdK.
May 4 t872-3t:3m.
J JAY A.U STOCK
The aiideralirned renpectlully Inform the pnMIc that
thev have fltteil Ui llaji and Stock tfcalee oa Ihe
South aide of the Public Square where they will
weigh all kind of gooda produce elo.t that may he
brought to theui. Batee .rouonable. We rmpect
tuny euiien tne patronage oi the nannc.
VYOIIK COKE It.
Dallaa May 4 18Ti-34:tf.
W. O. aAKtALl.-..
. V. r. BAWDALI.
C. RANDALL & BRO.
. Wbokiale and Betatl Dealers ia
DRY GOODS BOOTS fc
- SHOES AND
BRAS CI.ITRAl . I. a'P
Dallaa - - Texas.
arnigheei price paid fcr Cotton Wool aad
jkw siahbabd Mir crims
ts UDua teibitost
AND ADJOINING PORTIONS OF
Jtrw Mexico .
Iyouislana and Arkansas.
CwrM fnm aV aJIHeJ tkuk Maf tm nV Onttml
Lmd Ofto. IkemoMl refwiaiwMMrMV ea4 Cmlmjieel
r.t.rmUm J iW. M. H. UrtfT la. nim
V. a. aai un up V. . uww t" tprv.
HM. Hm.lra ed IVfapeaMw imfm wrtoe fmntuMi wy
Mr. l li'iilii- mwd thrr mmtkftdm mmkmimU. hf
O. WOOLWORTII coivrox.
PaMlahed hy O. W. t C. B. Cftltna Sew Tore aad
t. H. Cwehlac ilowetut Teaaa laTi.
Tkie atileedld lifi proof akrct er which can now
i eeew at tbe otic of tin? wnderelrwed will be rea
dy tor drllvary eloel the iAIh ef ti.y.
Areata wealed te eaaraae every ctlv and conaty
ia tbe Stale te wiHwa aa Weil aa the trade liberal
eoaatewill be giwa.
rrloa naoftnted ea ndlcra.. WI
PWket book ama t w
Addreae all eraara to E. H. CWIUNU
MaytJ4.'tf) Hoaatoa T-aa.
A M. HelnM (nr atoaev atalnat tho 9tnw f if ike
Bnaatena.deceaeed wiw be rrwntM to wie with.
in wa. vr froai that wale for ailmruice. m aaTment
witumh tim. .r.mid.
Vtiiaew wit aaad ft. I. April
sa.vl j. u. atntvi
eathe eaaw will be ooetlwied aatll daifet prtfl'Ut'd
Thliiff of Urn ii I) Is a Joy
FOItE V JO It!
The clllaana of Pallaa ami urn.iiii.llnn ooiiiiiIm can
prove lha truth of the above by reaarvlna; their
pnribaaoa uulll Ihe let of Mayllni
Our Stork whlrh taa barn bought for (hi.oprnli.3 cf
our Hum lu IlileUlly. In Ilia Iniildlni miw m cul.-(
by KI.'M Ilru'a.. una iloor Kaet ol Ulluiau L'c. olll
euuelat ul Hie vary
Latest Stylet of
Cotton and Silk Fringes
And the moit beautiful styles of
Tho Intwt thing out I
Our extra large and well aaiorted Stock of
Gents9 Furnishing Goods
ComhtH of the A neat lino of
White Bosom Shirts
Tho belt made lilting
SHIRTS. & DRAWEES
Ami tbe Inrgoat awortmont of
Silk Scarfs Ties Bows
Sleeve Buttons Studs Mu-
sical Instruments Boots
and Shoes Hats Clothing
(f I VE US A TRIA L.
We are mttflllrrl Hint the almm will nompiire faven-
Mf with any ntlicr httu In ihe country. Ynii will
ftnJ ll your interact to wait till llie flint mid we will
pnire lo yon that thefio are funs utidinpiilnldtt.
"Ktronoiny in bnoinoRti" and Riving our tuutouioM
Viilue received nre principles wo Ih up to.
3" He Sure lo Wall.a
Bryan Uremoml Martin and Corsicana.
March 9 1S72 JU:3mo.
S. 8. JONES. T. J. OKOUND.
8. S. JONES &. CO.
A LL are respectfully Invited tft tall and
A examine our stock of Groceries and
Provisions which we offer
LOW FOE- CASH.
BACON BEANS BUTTUH
COFFK CANDIES. CANDLES
HAMS INK INDIGO JELLIES JAMB
KROUT LARD LYE JIOLASSRB
MOSS. N HTM EOS OVSTKRS
PIPES TICKLES QUAILS
TEA TUBS TOBACCO UPES VINES AR.
WINES VEAST POWDERS
And a host of articlei too numerout to be
Dallas Oot. 10 1871 6:tf.
BUILDERS' MATERIAL AND
Builders' .-Hardware -
Cos. or Main axd Austix Steets
Dallas .... Texas
Reenectfn'ly Infcrma the elttxeoa of Dallaa and
the aurrouniling country that he haa now and la
oon.taatly receiving a complete stock of Furniture
olevery aina to winch he invitee th.lrnttonllon.
He aleo kerit. on hand all kind ol Kaah Dooj
Blind. Hhlngiea and Bnildera' llnrdware.
Ile aell. a. km an tiie loweat. and anlirit. tho pat.
ronaceofthe public. JiKSKI'll CO(ITi:tl.
Hall ae April S7 lane as: ll.
pUBLIC SALE OF
Ii Bfwdcr'i Addition U ih Cifj cf Dallas
NiAft Bkowdke'i Spbutcs.
On tb 1st Hnnday mnA Twndny to May ivtt I
will w 11 at ptjiilic Tptitlue ahotit fifty Towm L-.l -lantirn1lv
nitnatrd in ctjhdar rrurv tfr and aditi-
omt to Brtnriltr'a 8pHnn. ami amr the l'Ht
UmI of tb H. tt T. Central R. K. Co consist inp cf
th odd namtwr Lots of nid AMitk.
TIij-wc Irttts n cimiral'ly t tarn tod for iTfkrKM r
MinMHand Mir It btvca lb ooarthutwa and
tk Ci-nlnU Rnilroaft Prpot.
TKIiMS Of SALK (coinV-Half fobs nafd dnvn
and balanoB paatts ia twelra kontfas from dat of
prt htvM with U pt cvnt. intertvpt and atr Bia-
tarity to lMir lotrrvat at S prr crnl. ptr atonth.
Mavpa of those Lota nay ba apa in tbo hand cf tli a
DnscrilNtT os the prrmiavna or al tho office uf Tliu-a
a Camp Ne. 1 Railroad Corner lallaa Triaa.
A fcw at tliea Lou B iold at privpir mk IC
veairrcj. RD. a HKOWHU.
Dallaa Mmreh In l(TrW:mo.
J II. LITTLEl'ltLU & CO.
Coaax-AXA . . Tuu.
AW BOOKS FOlt SALE
AT TIIE HEE1LD OFflCE:
One C'opj Saj lea' rractlcc
One " TrealUc
One M rrobate Law
One " 251 h Ten. Snpplcnient
TMXAH ItlJ l'OKTH'
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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/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .