Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 11, 1872 Page: 2 of 4
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DALLAS II UK A LI).
;t:iivT to u.ll v - . KdUiir.:
M'111'.iAY MAY II. iv;.!
Wi-i nut Kh i MHji'i ill ill III tf.Hllli-
. in Cu'l'.t.il'ir f.ir Miy with III luual
ri'.iiil'.ls af tnlrrcttliiR iiuiHir.
IKTIk) '.Treat Kuimii.n t-' n 1 r will em
u nHirn lo dny tlmu-li ll is not espccir.1
tun I anything will lie Jonf eseepl lu lli
way of nrinngltij; lliiii; nnill nf t Mini-
dny. Tlit prtj-!cl In Hint ll will litlurjc.
ly nttcniled nml lint it III he well tun
ducliil nml prove n success.
BfTuTle new sioaii iliip recently laurcli
.( fur Messrs. C II. Mnllory & t'u.'s New
York nritl Galvtsloti lins been imme'l tie
City of Una Aulonio." 8h la a aimer aliip
to "City of CnWcKlon'1 ''City of lluiision"
nml "City of Aailn." We lit.iio Usee tlia
"City of Dallas" 1 n'ei ilic ou llie liiuiliiip;
of the next aliip of llila line.
JfSn'i'lcranu'a Ladles' Nulioual Mnga-
siiie for June lias alreuriy arrived n nionili
before ll time. Wo do nut aco Ilia pro-
priety of issuing these Monthlies lo niucli
nlicad of tlioir dulo. Ifsontso aa arrive
nt their destination by llie 1st of tact
month it strikes ua it would be much bot
ter. But everything in theea days is gel.
ting too fast. The present number kill
compare favorably with former ones.
S.We are under obligations' to (lie
JBon. Morgan Hiimirton Senator from tli is
State; for the following valim'olo publio
documents: Land Office Report 18C9; An-
nual Report on Commerce and Naviga-
tion 1871; Message nnd Documents 1870-
Tl ; Department of Agrioulturo Diseases
ef Cattle; Comparative Statement of Rates
tit Duties and Imports from 1789 to 1870;
Official Army Register for 1871.
A donble leaded editorial in the Louis-
ville Courier Journal on the day of the
meeting of the Cincinnati Convention
shows wo Ih ink that it was in the interest
ef Oratx lirovfti. Thai papor after having
protested against any demooratia inter-
ference with this Convention in the arti-
clo referred to uUinounces the nominal iou
of Davis or Palmer and threatens to kicV
up and out nnd play the devil generally
if they are nominated. What will it' now
del Is it content with Oratsr- Brown for
"second fiddle?" We shall see.
Haip Cocukd. What do papers pro-
fessing to be demoeratio mean by hoist-
ing the Qreclcy and Brown flag before tho
'meeting of the Demoeratio National Con-
vention ? Da th?y intend to support those
candidates onyhow ? The people will have
a word to aay on that mattor and so will
the Slate Convention of Teias. Is tho
Houston Times s demooratia paper? We
thoB jhl so but it has gono off "half cook
ed" like the News Gcntlemvi please
"wait for tho wagon and w'U all take
KJTTlie position of Flake's Bulletin la
as uncertain as ever. First it didn't like
Grunt but preferred him to any democrat
Then it vras against any nominations by
the Cinoinnati Convention and was equal
ly opposed to the democrats having an;
National Convention or making any nomi
nations. How a candidate was to be got
ten out against Grant it was difficult lo
see through the spectacles of the Hullo
tin. Now it still thinks that the Cincin
nati Convention should not have made a
nomination nad it is 'sorter' for Grcoley
and 'sorter' for Grant nnd as wo think
Altogether for Fluke's Bulletin and anx
ious to know which will prove the strong
ido. ; Wo adviso the Bulletin to throw off
its old republican ragx
niucli use nnd put ou a
grown dirty by
clean nico now
Sgy'i'he Galveston News docs not be
lievo that any democrat can defoat Grant
In "this yenr 1872.'' It does "notbolicve
It possible to olect a democrat." We beg
leave to differ. It is much easier to beat
Giant with nn honest democrat than with
Greeley Tho demoeratio parly oecupics
the same position now that tho republican
party did in 1S00 it is -united while the
republican party is divided. Now is our
opportunity. Lei us not fail to seize it
The News gives no reosons for its belief
Ksept that "a groat part of tho honest re
publicans have such an nbhorenco of the
demoeratio name nnd such foolish preju
dice against it they would voto against
uinst Michael if ihe demoeratio candi
date.-. Well we hardly think the "honest
republicans" can exhibit such wicked
feeling but if the other part not tho
great part vote with the democracy we
There were many good men in tho Cin
oinnati Convention but there were aone
with whom we couid not affiliate nor' hold
ny communion. One of the se we noted
s holding an important position if the
telegraph reports truly. We are told that
(be Rev Tkeodore Tlllon was appointed
Chairman of the Committee on Rules. Mr.
Tilton is not now in good standing with
any orthodox denomination he has be-1
come a free-thinker and a frei-lover and I
line soiled his pen and reputation by wri-
rnsi a bioirranhy of V iotoria Woodhcll. Of!
such la not the kingdom of Heaven nor a I
convention calculated to inspire confidence. Is mn and an unsafe and nnreliable poli-
Scveral of the women screamers the An-tician. He was such before the war and
tbony and the Dickinson tried to get I
votes in the Convention but we are glad
lo say only got seats. If the election of
Air. Oreele as President Is lo inaugurate
Ihe reign of Woman's Rights and Free
Love may kind heaven avert It
Jfrw Books. We have received from (hi
po Mistier O. W. Carlton t Co. N.. T. by
Ihe bands or 8. IL Cuabing Bookseller at
rtouslon the following new books: Pole on
Whist Fernanda de Lemos fcy Charles
uayarre and Heart HunirrT. br Maria
Jourdan Westmoreland Ail these bcoks
ara presented l lie public in the Carltoni'i
brtt ly1e and we can recomnrend the Iwe
nrai as er mucn Interest. The work of
William Polo F. R. 8. on the Modern Sci-
enttEe Dime of Whist is admitted to be
the clearest and most pleasing treatise on
that subject which has been written. While
ave derived mooh pleasure and profit i
from :ta prual we can not wholly eon
r ? I
car in all it reasoninga perhaps bfeanse
of inability en - our part. Fernando de
Lento is hardly a novel though called so
bnt rather Ihe -life evperienee M the aa
the a ereole of I;-:h!iaa ssd mcS.s-
etor from (bat Slate a gentleman of fine
collar and the writer of the History of
Ixuieiana a very interesting prodnclioa
Iieart Hongry we have not yet read and
enafeasourselfcnacquainted with its an-
ther who is said lo be a lady of Atlanta.
The Qreeo kas mnseHnH lewstvts
tie fund for reloring St.tii'.e s Catredral
The Cincinnati Cunvrnlliin Is ovnr ll
it I r1y alien 11 by IM'IIns; piillll-1
rl'i'n I lii n p iMIr.m s-WI frmn every
I I i if iln '"ti'iity 1i"w!ii! plain' ho
i !i- e i.ad i.i i mi'l amine; la the dla.
hi ifu'iii.ii Ml f'.r (limit and liia rorrtipl
ii'linlni'lrniloii. Tli' pmpla uf the ciunlry
urn lii'mming nr.iu -i In '.M d nirinM
I'liU'lilinii unlit win seen by llie in'ire
li.iui'l mi'l ali'irpvl atglilfd piililiclatii of
I lio ri'i'iililiiMiti piily Hint something had
'. I.f ituiie. Ili'iio iho Clnolniiittl in.ni).
ineiil mil iu pi'iipurlliiiia. The raailu-
liuiia iiikI pin! f'U'ui aa reported by Kile-
Hinpli mi l wlil.-h we p.i'ili!r stuwlitre
aiu nioaily very good aa fur as they go
ii ll. I aim a olu.o iiiir;ixlm iliuti an I give
an a.lJlti.iiml minvlin'i l the lung ohcer-
lelied principles nnl tlnttrine of the
Uunioiuiio party lint llie auininailoua
nude lll lake (Ho onuntry by surprise
and we lliltik great ilisiippninlment will
be fell by all limit! who wore anxious for
a ooui Sfunt Inn iif democrat lo and reform
icpiililieiin airengih fur tho defeat of
(Irani ll is known tint wo have never
been of thai nu inbnr except that we have
desiied a union on sound moderate nad
liberal ilnniocriiiio candidates iioiulnalcd
by a regular Demoeratio National Con-
vention. Wc tlioief'ire do not regret Jhe
nomination! male because w think they
n.ust insure the pulling foi Ih of regular
demcciatlo candidates for President ami
vice President by tho Nutlonul Dciiiocratio
Convention We cannot see how it would
be possible lo rally anything like the
atrenglh of tho demoeratio pirty upon
Horace Greeley. He has many good and
noble qualities which wo havo always ad-
mitted end admired. IIu is fcanesl finan-
cially and more so politically than tliu
most of his party. But his record iu poli-
tics is too long and his connection with
the Tribuno will make him responsible for
every thing which has appeared in its
columns through yeai B of stirring and
eventful times. He is associated iu the
minds of old democrats with everything
which has been Mono mott ; cU'ciibWo to
their feelings and judgments and though
lately lib has exhibited a patriotic liber
ality and inoloi-ition highly lo bs com-
meuded yet it cannot bo forgotten that hi
hie sanctioned all the strongest racnsuros
of reconstruction and supported though
eomctiinis with unavailing remonstrances
the most odious aois of lite radical govern-
ment. If he his been tho advocateof Gen-
eral Amnesty lie ha also prossed tho
passage of the tyrannical Kit Klur laws
which aro the very essence of despotism.
Ho has never had through life any State
Rights proclivities liko Trumbull or Chase
or Davis or other republicans who might
be mentioned. Urceley's ides id that of a
powerful central govornmont Jtii;('y atl
miniittrtti hlth high and strong protection
for all homo manufactures. Thero you
havo It. Timlin all. Will this do for the
country? Will this bring it bank tolls
proper position even If Greeley could bo
eloclod by demoeratio votes ? no think
not. But It is more than doubtful whothor
or not ho could beat Grant. It would be
hard lo gel the democrats to volb for him.
In the mush 'time the Radicals will raise
a howl about tho war and its incidents.
Tlioy will say ns they can s.iy Greo.
ley advlsel to lot the Southern Slates go
without a light. Thoy will say that ho
w.ont bail for JelT. Davis. They will wako
the canvass purely on the war ..quoations
and they will suocmiI in tiring the North-
ern uiussc." aal thus they might succeed
in re-electing Grant.
What then should bs dona In prevent
this great calamity? To ns tho course
soeins pl.tin. Lot lha Demooratio Couvea-
lion assemble. Lot it lay down asiund an 1
yet a meliorate and liberal platform
it put before the country for President and
vico-Proaident Biich men ai Don. Hancock
and young John Quiucy Adams ard go
heartily lo work andjthey or even other
sound moderulo domoorats oan be elocled
and the truo Iiopublic rostoroJ Hancock
oan neutralize and destroy tho radical
war clement nd war movement of the
Grant men. Ifoleoted as he can ho he
w ill Live Ihe nerve to take hi a seat in the
Prcsidn'tinl Chair despite of Grant's bayo
nets. No. fear of them wllb Hancork
elected by the honest voters of llie conn
try. Tho Missouri Republican may ceiso
lis moaning.) orer llrit piint. Lit the
Rppublionn tiirhi pn on. It it a ipo I sign.
Wo rejoice to see republicans awakening
to the dangers of the borTr. Bnt in the
mcnnwhile now Is tho time for the de
mocracy to act with -wisdom and energy
and tho country can and the country will
be saved. '
We feel oiconraged and we say to tho
domooracy be of good cheer the day Is
Alex; H. Stephens. '-'
We do not exchango with-tho Atlanta
Su but we bnve lately seen a copy of this
paper taken by a friend in this city and
we find the lion. A. II. Stephens its polit-
ital editor "still harping" on the New
Departure Mr. Stephens ought to have
aonae enough to understand that whit has
becn termed the New . Departure is simp
ly giving up the old Issues of slavery and
secession with what necessarily rcsulu
therefrom and taking things as they real
ly are and are likely lo b horeafier Bit
Mr. Stephens waa always an iuipraotio
Tou oould never know where to Sod him
"a was.a whig or domocrat 8tato rights
or uonai secession or union as. mo
oirouaislancei viricd and hii inclina ion
Pr personal reeling prompted. uuring
the Confederacy he was equally imprac
ticable and did serious lann to the cause
he prifcjiij (j serve. Eincs (hs'irar he
has written a. valuable book proving
clear'y the r!g"it of the 8 juthsra States -to
ereje a.id he ml flit have died with hon-
or hid be not f.gn'n turned politician
for which he is unfitted. The wisest (Ling
hB en n0 dj 01"'t editing a paper
n" rtlre Bllo!!.r i0 private life
JtyTbe noieriona Oliver the little ju
dicial doiTKit of the Waco District lolely
put (he Mngistratrsof McLennan County
in jail for notordnring the ptymentof bis
extra allovaners to the Sheriff and Clerk
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irna. Ill llfHt nevR rrnin lti tliftt- nf
lrci:b la that oa Ihe sight of the tith
Oliver b.1tleJ.lie. p..l in the:dnnSeont'Iu-n .f pivi ' f "
wiib ettvkts end frlpns. W hereupon.
L'elsrel itntd a waitnt for Oliver's arrest
oa a rhtire of Lunacy preferred by aix-
Irea ljiiiers. Finally all parties were
releeied. Ourcpinionia net era xy bat
(vAc-a.l .r Ih ftowil tt Tt- A ll ft!-:..-
. J" .
J-The Honeton Telegraph advises dem-
oerata nr.oer fxiating circumstances "not
to go o? half cocked.'' Good advice which
''e-r!i;T Jor!- w f"r "r fronds
' "alveroa Kews have dons this very
thing $-; o:T ht Oi er!ev ' h.i'i" cai I ." I
Ws have had Ihs pleaaur of mesllrif
Mil). K W. James of Ihe Austin Military
Inalil'ile win i lived Ihrii tg'i ourflly In
l'lie-iliy lnii; nn Ills way home after an
adveiitiirniii trip In Ihe fnuiller In searoh
heal'li. In company of d'lTiriint de
IneliiiieiiU of Cavalry M ij. Jiiuies made
lbs tiiiir nf the norlhwoi'tern FurU as far
aa Kurt HiK at the Indian lleservalloii
and fin In himself greatly Improved by out
door life In lhat salubrious region lie
brings us news of some Importation which
we gladly lay before the public Informa-
tion having heen given at Jaoksboro that
a ging of whllo thieves wero driving off a
large number of cattle MaJ. Webb of the
Ilk Cavalry was sent out to capture thorn.
Near Dyer's Hunch In Clay county he
overtook a drove of 00O which he recover
ed and secured tho Ihievcs. On the way
lo Fort Sill others wero taken and on
arriving nl that point CD were found In
the Govormucnt contractor's yard and it
was ascertained that souio 600 more had
been slaughtered by hi in for feeding the
Indians on tho Reservation. Thcso had
been furnished Iho contractor by tho cattlo
thieves at a vciy low rate so ns to greatly
enhanco his profits. The cattle remain-
ing alive in the yard woro Identified by
tho nuiks. Thoro was sorao talk of ar-
resting tho contractor end taking lilm
along with bis friends to Jaoksboro but it
was not doue. How ciu it to expected
that theso depredations will cease along
our frontier while tho Indian Reservation
remains and ii is the lntorost of Ilia Gov .
crnnunt contractors to got ohuip bojf.'
The Reservation is an uumitigilod curio
to north western Texas. Hero Hi; Indians
are fel hy tho Govcnimlnl prcviilol with
clothing riiles revolvers and ammunition
by the sutlers or coulraclors nnd when
tired of Ibis idle life they amuse themselves
by coming down to Texas on ft raid for
horses and scalps and other little name
less luxuries. If discovered and pursued
they take refuge again in the Reservation
where they aro protected " by Broadbrim
Tutu in the Agent with his regiment of
mourned negroes whom wo are told aro
called "buffalo soldiers" by Ihe noble sons
of the fotott. It Is said the Indians hi.vc
a ereae contcm-pt for theso as well ns
Broadbrim. Not long since Kicking Bird
a Kiowa Chief came into Fort Sill with
his squaw and rifta and entered the store
nf a sutler lo whom ho presented the cock
cd l ilies wbil his loving partner gathered
up about $100 worth of goods and marched
oh" triumphantly protoctod by tho rifle
battery. The gallant Kicking Bird boast
ed greatly of this exploit whilo tho sutler
appealed in vain to Broadbiim for redress.
When MnJ. James left 800 Kiowas wero
said lo be preparing for a raid. The cnttle
lliievoa cnpluroJ by Mnj. Webb numborcd
10 and they aro now In jail at Jacksboro
One of them had $1800 about his person
Wo suppose : we ought to bless the Lord
that tho Government allows the military
lo catch wliito thieves and robbors while
the favored red brothers are permitted
to rob and rape and soalp at their pleas
The Indications are that tho nomination
of Grcoly will not prove acceptable to tho
democratic masses or leadors either and
that a large portion of Ihe reform repub-
licans are dissatisfied with it. The best
part of the opposition to Grant in tho re.
publican ranks and dcoidedly the most
formidable ure Ihe advocates of a froer
tredo and a thorough revision of the proi
ent high protective tariff. Those oan not
consistently support Greeley notwithstand
ing the dodgo upon this subject in the
Cincinnati 1'lalform The Now York Eve
ning Post is out strongly against thonom
Illation ; ..
. A. Manly TTttoranco
Let all men distinctly understand that
wo allow no one on oarth to dictate to .ua
what we shnll writofor this papvr or lo
iiittuence us to write wnal we do not np
prove. If ihore is any ono thiol? wo do
spiso it Is the editor who is thn tool of any
mnn ring or corporation whothor his
truokulcnoy originates from weakness or
fsnr or Isnrnmpled by filthy lucre hold
nut to and paid him for his help. Theso
last nro tlio most despicable oliaracters we
can imagine connected wiili the prei. Wo
nope co man wilt orer say to ua that we
hive ever thus written it would be belter
fur both that it never should he said. Wo
intend lo succeed without dependence up-
on urv of tho claiei wo h.tve 'ham'iwl and
ask from them no favors JToutton Tel
egraph. ' '1 ;
Spoken like a man hnd a true ' editor.
Givonsyciir hand brother Webb. We
know not what particular annoyances he.
set you which have called forth this bold
utterance but we do know that It Is the
language of honest. Incorruptible indepen-
dence and it In What we Ilka to hear nnd
we wish we coiibt see more' of the same
sort in. the newspapers of 'the country.
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8S3"We had the pleasure dast week of
a call from En. MoaEisCsq. of Sherman
Texn i representing tho firm of Young
Bros k' Co.' wholesale clothiers 610 Main
Street St. Louis Mo. This firm is ihe
most' extensive dealers In this lino of
goods of any house in the West having
their- manufactory in the t city of New
Vork whore all tbeii" goods are made np
lo Ibi-ir own order. Their business is al-
ready vory extensive in the counties im-
mnlinely North of ns and Mr. M. has
ben renewing bis acqualniance among
our old merchants and forming now ones
among the new eomers. His orders from
thin place were quite flattering for a com-
mencement. : ' ' ' '" '': ' - .
NOBTH (JAHOLISX DEMOCKATTC S1 ATB
' ' ! CONVENTION -'.' -I 4. 'I'i'
r Gnr-rasrsbho liny 2. Tlio Delno-
cratic Slate Convention to-day noin-
inntcu Joitn lluglic? for Lueatcnhnt
Govcrnoa; John W. Graham' fir
Tronsnror; Win. M. Sliepn.tliepfo.s-
ent Attorney General
for tue same
ofiico and John A. Mormach lor Sto-
retary of State. Josiah Turner edi-
tor cf tho conservativo organ nt
Raliogli 'obtained tlio' floor' and
spoke in.wttor uohonnciation of
tbo Liberal Kenubllcans of tho
North and appealed to the pooplo
lo havo nothing to do with Nation
al polities. Tho speech was cheer-
od. A plan of organization was
adoptod nnd tho convention wliitb
wns the largest and ntost tiarmo-
nions ever held in tho Stato. ad-
Inm-nrtfl fa I P e nrlnltntv
and-the education of tho children
of both races nttlie public crpenfe
and also a Resolution doclarino; the
unity of all patriots without the
distinction of partj- in tho cause 'of
civil liberty and in faithfully abiding-
by the Constitution cf the Uni-
ted States that is with all Us
amendments inlndin emancipa-
tion rind equality bc-foro tho laws
which confers eqnal c;"ii and polit-
ical rights upon all who are cilinees
cf Ihts Federal ll-.-poUtt.
We give shopula of proMedlrtgi at ilia
Clnnlnnall Cmivantlnn flint our rsaders
may learn everything of real linpertaftce
appertaining lo II '
In aoine waytnnat nf ibi'Miates were rep
roasnleil. Carl Hehitrs was made I'residont.
Among Ihi vies i'resldems was Senator
Morgan llamllio'i from this rjtuto (lov
Pease east ihe vole of Tolas aa Chnlrmnn
of its delegation We give the first bal-
loting: Adams 203; Greeley 14";'Biown
08; Trumbull 108; Chaao n ; Sumner
. Clrutt Brown was thun withdrawn.
Horace Greeley was nominated on the Oih
ballot for President and thin Orals Brows
received the nomination for vico-Prcil-dent.
Adams was alio Ad up to the last
voting whon a combination of nil others
defented him and secured Qroelcy :
The resolutions declare tlio equality of
all men be for o llie law; tue union or
Slates ; no re-opening of questions settled
by tho Thirteenth t'ounoenlli and Fif-
teenth Amendments; removal of disabili-
ties Incurred in rebellion ; gnnernl aiunos-
ly ; local shd solf government ; supremacy
of civil over military authority; respect for
habeas oorpu.i; return to moiho In of peace;
nininlenance of cThstitutioii'tl liinitutiona
ot power; civil service reform ; singlo term
for the 1'resideuoy; system of Federal
taxation which shall not unnecessarily in-
terforo with the industry of the people and
as tliero are houest irreconcilable differen-
ces of opinion as to Ihe merits respective-
ly of a system for proioction nud free
trade that question is remitted to Ihe pio-
ple in the Congressional Districts wild
cheering and the decision of Congress
thoreon wholly freo of Exoeulivo interfer-.
euoo or dictaliou ; maintenance of publio
ctcdil against repudiation in every form;
speedy return to sptcio piyments; recogni
lioa or lli BJrv'.:;S af.i Sio.-'.ioss of sold-
iers and sailors ; against further grants of
land to railroads and otliir corporations;
lu foreign rclatiouB the duty of tlio Gov-
ernment is to cultivate friendship de-
manding nothing not right and submit-
ting to uothing wrong (a voice "thrco
cheers for '.he friends of tho declaration of
AUOBESS or T-'.E COMMITTEE OX BtJOLU-
. ' r 1 TION8. .. '
Tho administration now In power has
rendered itself guilty of a wanton disro
gardofthe laws of the land and has as-
sumed powers not granted by the Consli-
lion. It has uoled as if the laws had bend-
ing foroe only for those who are governed
and tor those 'who govern ; it has thus
striiok a blow at the fundamental princi-
ples of Constitutional Government and tho
liberties of oitizeiu. The President of tho
United States has openly used the powers
and opportunities of his high oflice for Iho
promotion of his personal euds. Ha has
kept notoriously corrupt and unworthy
men in places of power nad responsibili-
ty to tho detriment or the public interests
lie has used Ihe public service of Ihe gov-
ernment as machinery for partisan and
personal intluenco and interfurrcd with
tyrannical arrogance in tho politioal af-
fairs of States Sud mnnicipaliiies; ho has
rewarded wiili . influential nud lugralivo
offices men who havo acquired his favor
by valuable presents thus stimulating the
demoralisation of our political life by
this eompioiious examplo;hc has shown
himself deplorably unequal to the tasks
imposed upon him by the nocessity of the
oountry and oulpably caroloas of the re-
sponsibilities of his high oflice. Tho par-
tisans of the Administration assuming to
be the republican party and controlling
its organization have attempted to justify
such wrongs ami palliate such abuses to
the end of maintaining partisan ascenden-
cy; they havo slood in the way of necessa-
ry investigalion and indispensable re-
forms by pretending that no serious fault
could be fouud with Ihe present adminis-
tration of publio affairs; thus seeking to
blind the oyes' of the people. They have
kept alivo the passious and resentments
of the late civil war and uso them for
their owu advantage. Thoy have resorted
lo arbitrary nitaeures indirect con II iot
with Iho organic law instead of appealing
to the insliuots and Intent patriotism of
tho Southern people hy restoring lo them
rights tho enjoyment or which is indis
pensible for the successful administration
of their local affairs and would tend.to
work a patriotic and hopeful national
feeling. They havo disgraced themselves
and the name of their parly which was
once justly entitled lo the confidence of
the nation by dispensing to a base tyco
plianoy Hit) .Executive power and patron
ago unworthy of Republican freemen
They have sought to stifle tho voice of the
President hy criticism ; to stifle the moral
sense of the people and to subjugate pub
Ha opinion by lyiannioal party died p.
lino. ..They aro striving to maintain luooi
selves in authority for selfish ends hy an
unscrupulous use of power wliiolt rightful
ly belongs to ' the people nud should be
employed only In tho sorvico of the conn
try. . Believing tlmt ao organization thus
led and controlled oan uo longer he of
service to the best interests of the publio
wo Lave resolved 'to rnuko an independent
appeal to the eober judgement conscience
and patriotism of the Auicrioan pcoplo.
WASiiit.'fiTO.v April 4.-rT''o nam-
ination whilo it excitos tlio mtrtli
in all high political circles here it
sonously cliatie-es tho prouaom pro
gram mo. . .Tho DomOcratiC' : J oaders
wero virtually pioclgod .to tlio : un
cinnati Convention with Davis ns
standard benrer. But- now tho
shrowdest i politicians predict a
square Demooratio nomination.. In
view of the intorost ' taken in the
probable action of tho .Domocrrlic
nartVi - the following from tho
VVoi-lii is tolotrrai)hod. . It editorial
ly expresses profound surprise at
tlio result in. Uiucinnati. Adams
who proved by fur. tho strongost of
nil the candidates who had boon ex
pected to be strong in the Conven-
tion might havo been cordially sup
ported by tho Demoeratio party.
Greeley can receive no such indorse
ment nor lias no any right to ex-
pect such support. The Conven
tion has chosen. to. nominate the
heated and Conspiciotis opponents
of tho 'Domocr&lic 1 Party ih tho
country. They called for revenuo re
form it has selected tho most zelous
of protectionists. :This loaves the
Demoeratio party entirely freo to
atrait developments of the iinmedl-
ato futuro that opens the way for a
poMiblo Democratic victory.. The
World will rosorvo its judgmont
until a mooting of tho Democratic
National Convention to bo called
by tho National Committoo meet
ing in tins city ana wouia reeo-
mend an early date for assombliatr
of tho convention.
Cincinnati May 3. Tho follow-
ing tolegram from Greeley was ro-
coived here after he bad boon in-
formed of his nomination :
To Whitolawltcid :
Please tondur my grateful ao-
knowlcdffomeut to tlio members cf
the Convention for the conerous
conSJonco they havo shown ruo
and assure them 1 shall endeavor
to dosorvo iu -
Ntvy York May 5. Aocnsl Bel
mont was interviewed Testorday
and Said of the platform and nnm-
in(vs of the Cincinnati Convention !
"This is now bnt a bombshell; we
muft waitTnntil we soo its effect on
tho prc-t tho people r.nd in fact on
tho many things. It must develop.
I go further it may bs policy to
aOopt the ticket urccloy w '.U r;:n
Wt II In tfift KoulWn Miitr liif ft
i ..i.i i . (.. ii i.. i... i. i ...i ... i
ruin i'i'i"iii it in in. p'm'ii i" jii'iiu
rot I will do lii'.Ht iiiijllilnii In
Lunt tin ntltnliiMrntrtin Not that
I Intro iifivOiliiL'ht.liisl (Irtttit tint
I tlti not like Ua I'ltn of y i vcfti -iiiunt.
'I'll i) riiiliitliilpliitt ('oiivoii-
linn linn ot tti meet ytit untl titvn
tliu ltitn(jci'iifii will liftToto hct wlso-
ly It in my opinion that lliuLihoral
licltt'l will ho withdrawn In Sop-
tomher if tho DomocriilN nml;o n
gootl nomination. In tho mi-an
limo I jmlgo it luitter for tho purtj
to say or tlo nothing!; that is bitter.
What wo might nay now would
probably bo porvorted or. turnod
Hgninst ti.i when tho nominations
CiiAnr.rsTorj May 5. The Con-
Rervntivo press of South Carolina
lioartily indorse tho Cincinnitli tick-
et and platform a.i Heecptiblo to tho
London May C. The Timca nayn
the nomination of (.iivoley ia farcie-
al anil the election iinponsible but
kills Grant's chnneo for ro-eleetioti
nnd mnltcs a Domoet'Htiu nomitm-
Washington April 27. The
April report from tho Agricultural
Department on tho condition of the
winter Bys: The low touiperalitro
of tho month of March and tho ac-
cumulation of the winter enow and
ico havo penotratod the springing
of vegctablo lifo and tins;':! "tho
views of the local reporters'. Over
a largo nm at tho d;U of rotnrns.
snow still doeply covered the grain
Hal ils nnd conjecture founded on
tho forwnrdnoss and vigor of plants
at tho oponing of winter on ths
mcchanicul condition ot tho sou
nnd severity of tho season could
point to tho probablo status of tho
Tho gonornl tori or - of reports car
ries the idea; not a sweeping dos
truction by freezing but by thin
ningoutbug killingspotsand patch
es especially retarding an early
start or vigorous growth ; in many
onsos plants apparently dead were
only sleeping : unpromising in ap
pearanco but firmly rooted and
ready with favoring warmth and
sunshine to start into sure and
slciuh' if not rapid growth.
Where tho fields wore drained
tho soil deep and mellow the caus-
ualtios of winter have heen an
known. Whero the seeding was
dono with tho drill on land having
any fair uogreo of preparation al
most absoluto immunity from loss
by freezing liiwt boon secured.
Tho April returns as a whole
indicate ratbor more than an aver
age amount of destruction by win-
tor killing retarded growth and
stundod appearance but a aound
condition of tho roots of the plants
in suitable soil or that were cover
ed uniformly with snow which
with favoring wonthor may secure
a vigorous growth and a good yield.
Such is tho tolling phrase which
tho Kvoning 1 ost olotiueut auu ac
curalo iu tho uso of language np
olios to tho morbid procosuoa of
politics just now. These are iu
impressive words after a just de
nunciation oi tbo protective anom
"Tho congostivo onergy given to
the national bead by tho exigencies
of tho war instead of boing arres
ted by the recovery of peace seems
to havo neon innamea ana ftggra
vntod. Not only are doctrines put
forth which aro a scandal and an
outrago upon all constitutional law
nnd subversive of Iho peculiar and
niuuamental rotations of our polit
ical structure but these doctrines
aro nctod upon ' and they are in
vokod in support of still furthor1 ac
tion j nnd those lessor republics the
States which in' many important
respects aro soveroign ! autocratic
independent nnd inviolablo aro in
the way to- bocomo mero subsidsry
corporations oi ono supremo I ana
ennsolidsl H; dospnt ism . Tlvery se-
curity of personal 1 right cvory
guaranty- of civil freodom every
muniment of individual indepen.
donco every shield against the en-
croachments of arbitrary : power;
will bo stricken down and the
Amorican freemen who oncoboast-i
od of his sacrod immunities bo no
morofroo than the Fronch' subject
was tinder Louis Napoleon or an
Egyptian fellah is how nndor ah
agont of tho Yiccroy" : .
Such is tho language of a paper
which four' years ago ndvocnted
the election of Gcnoral Grant nnd
hopefully'1 npplaudcd' tho early
promises and initinto moasttros of
his' Administration. Suoh is tho
language' ottered quite as much' in
sorrow ns In anger of confidence
bctraj-od arid laith foully frustra-
ted. They aro the bitter 1 fruit of
disapointment.' They are the echo
of what a Southern statesman thir-
ty -seven years ngo bald" when' he
mourned over corruption nnd polit-
ical prostitution.'-which" alongside
of what wn now soo was white as
snow:' "Vreloughta great battle
for principlo and won it' nnd now
wo look on in scornful sorrow whilo
tho mercenaries plunder tho camp."
Tho words of tha Post nr nntii-n-
ablo for othor roasons. It has boon
ono of the latest and mostroluclant
sccoders from tbo Administration
Tuith and th Administration ranks.
It has never boen acrimouiouo or
hnd or Boomed to havo a personal
griovanco. . It has beoa ' slovr to
wrath and tiot easily provoked.
J5ul it ttpeaka out now as no Ileputv-
lican organ yot ha.a ' spoken . nnd
gives point to its doctrinal utter-
ances Ly adopting as its own the
inculnatorr words ofSenntorSchurz
and Trumbull ns to which thoro is
no miblako. "Thoso Senators it
says "in thoso eloquent speoclics
truo to tlio popular iuapiration
which has created tho Liberal par
ty recognized in clear uod omphaf-
ic tones tuo groat principles lor
which wo plead."-
Congostivo energy. hat bol
ter or more iilastrtuiyt) word could
describo ccr political pathology?
The extremeties and tho circulation
which should invigorate them feeb
ly and paralytic and covered with
ulcers revealing t he blood disease
within. Tho centre engorged and
eonT'ted. Everything tending in
one direction and n?t a caro taken
or precaution aUtrupfed to avert
;!ic Ic.-i.-a wlitch. prcfarsT of Atvth.
1 In uro to fullovr iS'o roiial'liirnlrj
hum tlonbls that If thero bo fiot
some thi't lt aoine clintige of treat-
ment or nf diot within tho next
few yunrs coiisc(iicii' fntal to
toiislitu'.lotiiil liberty nml to foilor
ntive republicanism ns wo nnder-
s(miii it will ensue; liml it Is a
wldpsprending conviclluu this fear
for tho salely nf what tho ngnny
and the emergencies nf plvll war
have left that gives to tlio rovolt
within tlio I'adical lines grcnt sig-
nificance. Novor had men greater
indtiooments to remain friends of
this Administration than theso Sen-
ators this nowspnper and tho thou-
sands otitsido who now rebel. Tho
attitude of party defection is never
either grncclul or agreeable. Could
they have quieted their consciences
and wrapped them in superb indif-
ference to the coming tho inevita-
ble future wo may be suro thoy
would hare boon glad to do so. Hut
it is all in vain. Thoy go forth not
merely shaking tho'dust ofporsonnl
alh'g ianco from tlioir foet but pre-
pared to raise a banner of revolt
inscribed with words of earnest
warning that shall bo seen very fur
It is for their tendency to encour
age and sustain this movomont w
reproduce In part what is so olo
quontly said Washington Patriot
We hare been furnishod with
copy of the Daily Globe of the 16th
of April containing tho full official
report ot the proceedings in Con
greis toucning the consideration of
tho "river and harbor bill and
from a cercfnl examination wo find
that whon tho Mouse had under
consideration tho itom of J 16000
asked for by tho Kngincor Depart
ment to enable it to carry out somo
contempletoti dredging oporntion
that Lren. Clark offorod an amend
ment striking out this amount for
Galveston nnd inserting in lieu tho
following! "ior removal - ot ob
struction to navigation between
Uolivar channel and Houston Tex
as making a channel through I?od
Fish Bar 16.000 ; provided that
snid channol shall bo located at the
most practical point for the nlti
mate doopening to tlio averago
clopth or dalvesbon liny."
To this amendmont Judge Jinn
eock objected for tho reason that
tho sum in question had been naked
for by tho proper department and
might with unexpended npproprt
ations bo tnaao useful in enrrying
out neeaiul improvements in Gal
voston Bay nnd for tho further
reason that tho sum was so insigni
cant iu amount that it wonld bo
of little UBe practically in the open
of tho channel proposed by Gon.
Clark n line opposing tho nnsap
plication. . of tho Galveston fund
Judge Hancock declared his inten
tion at the proper timo to bring an
amendmont to the bill in tho inter
est of the Ship Channel which ho
did in the following words: "For
the excavation tif a six foot chnn-
nell across Red Fish Bar and Clop
p'or'a Par at the junction of Buffalo
Bayou and Galveston Bay Texas
one hundred rcot tn width tho sum
of 8125000 ia hereby npropriatcd
This araondment Mr. Hancock
urged in a speech and had read
from the clerk's desk the Engineer
Departments report asking such
Yi e are led to this statoment from
the record for the reason that thero
is a persistent effort in ccrstin quar
ters to misrepresent Judge Hancock
in tho premises and hold him ro-
sponsiblo for tho ..future of the
fhip Channol to roeoivo nn appro
priation.' The record shows that
Judge Hancock .acted in this mat-
tor judiciously nnd in good faith to
all concerned. Flake' Bulletin.
Tor The Da-us Hr.BALS.
Shtnday School Celebration.
It was our good lurk to happen to drive
out to Lower Duos. Creek on last Saturday
me ay set apart as me anniversary or the
flourishing Union Sahbaih School. Right
wiiil wtie we repaid fur our trouble. Jt
was a sensibly conoieved and judiciously
operated affair. All sects laid aside the
lines that peculiarly umlniKuish them and
came together with bountiful refreshments
and joined old and young like christinn
people to give counlenanoe and favour lo
the Sunday School cause.
As we neared the spacious church the
waving banner; ' floating over (he door.
bade us a-happy welcome whilo uncounted
wagons and burses told us of (he vast
throng in from the prolific border of Duck
Creek. ' - '-
Just in time the Hell of tlie activo nnd
efficient Superintendnnt 8. 8. Newton no-
tified us the oxercieo would commence.
The house was crowded wilh hright and
cheerful faces v. lien a hundred jonng
voices at the given signal gave us the
welcome Anniversary Song then followed
Mr. Thomas Nash in one of Ihe most ju
dicious appropriate and elegant addresses
we have ever beard on a similar occasion.
I'rof. W. II. Scales succeeded him In a mas
terly defence of Ihe Sabbalh School and
the Oible and held the multitude quiet
and silent against time to dinner until
arter twelve. .
In procession the s.iliool friends then re-
paired to the grove where upon the ground
wns spread tho universal dinner it was
an acre of good things to eat. '
Dinner over the crowd repaired tn the
church; whore fbs Rev. itobt. Duller of
Mount Calvary Baptist Sunday School
gave ns a very appropriate and sensible
speech Rev. Mr. Deekar of the Comber-
land rresbvterias scbool of Dallas follow-
cd - riJnt1' nd boWr d'ocali0g Ihe
"j''; ' tat raA Creek -late
in tie afternoon pioasej rn delighted
arith ll.air aneeeas otb olj mj 1''""
dispersed lo their reapoollve bomea. Lonf
lire lo tlie Duck Creek Sunday School. Tli
Crops in tliat esd cf tbe earth look fins
tan farmers have rich land lo work and
the work it; they improve their places.
read the Dallas L'lld and (ilant fruit
trees Hence meir prosperity.
Way 7iii 1B72. IL VT. Hassos.
New JrKT Law. It is not gen-
eraly known that the Losiglatur
of Texas at it its loot session adopt
ed an ontiroly now Jury system
wlnc-li wo tli ink will operate to the
auvantngoot tlie people goncrall.
It is tnaUo tho duty of tho District
Court on so tea day of the lust week
of its snstiion to draw from a box
containing tho names of all tho reg-
istered voter not loss than firtoon
not moro than twenty men to s;rve
as grand jorors and twenty-four
men as petit jurors for each week
of tho succeeding term of court the
names ao drawn to be placet in an
other and not to be drawn again
until all the names in the first box
have been drawn out. liv this
system the jury service is m.i'lo.i'-
full on every eitizen'cqusi-i n- j
7n?v ?;"''n.-.-! . it-
l.ins iv llim( i
Puna Tun Miy ft Hrj
Kdltora 'iMI.I.ia IImai.ii
lia Fis. Al Ilia laat misting nt Ilia
llnard of liireolora ef Ihe Ibillsa Mlirary
Amnelutlun the fillnwliig rssnlntlons was
Unulrnl That the Minnies of Ihe I)lla
l ibrary An'onMllon be lendnrsd lo Mr. K.
II. fiinlilnp of llmmnn Tesas fur Ills lib-
eral onntrl'jiillon nf honVa rroelrS'l XUli of
April If;.'; alio Hint llila reaolulion 'be
rrl.llnlie.l In tho "Iallas llcsAi.n" and
The colUoilon of books referred lo in
this resolution comprises lifty nine vol-
umes well selecled and very valilnhle. To
a few of litem unusual Inlorcat atlaehes by
reason of lliolr extreme ngH. One for In-
stance "ionannit A'ipliilini Hiilome Divnii"
s book uf unusually large sise was pub-
lished two hundred and eighty years ago;
while two or three others are of equal if
not higher antiquity.
The puhlio spirit nnd broad liberality
manifested in this contribution of Mr.
dialling receives Iho wannest commenda-
tion of all identified wllb the Institution
whose interests it advances.
Ron pec I fully
W. It. AUI.T
A CardBaylor Univeraitv.
The silence of the uuder-fgncj sa(j 0f
ir.rimoui me in- ii in ion 0vc r wnlcli he pre.
Sides llltls' not bo entialrnl Inln Inltf.
rTenoeabjt (ho qneslions ofjhighereduoa.
uou now recupying the minds of the great
educators of Ihe world. We wore never
wider awake n6vert more resolute never
more mil oi nope never with groutor evi-
dence of gcnoral sympathy nnd support.
irrespective or sect or party. Our forth'
ooming oatalngiie will oontlrm these state
menls. The design of tho founders of this
ins) tuition will never be abandoned. The
undersigned will lake all proper occasions
during the oomlug sunnier and fall to
represent this great interest at all suitable
convocations. Yin. Cabkt Chans
l.iiiErrxDEXcn May 8 8172.
A TiAxp ron the DiuwiNo-Itoeit. The
celebrity so Justly nttached to the firm.
namo of .vjissrs. Oooriro Stcck Co seems
likely to be increased through the success
auenuing ineir eltorts to supply the musio-
ai community with a parlor grand piano-
forte moderate in dimensions yot ns pow-
erful and brilliantly toned as tho moro Im
posing looking concert grande. The grand
is Iho most perfect of tho three varieties
or Ihe pianos and the fact that it Is com.
ing into greater demand for norlor use
speaks encouragingly for the standard of
taste nnd executive skill at which otir amn
teurs have arrived. Wo cannot speak too
n-.gniy or mo qualities ot lone shown in
this latest example of Messrs. Stock Si Co.'s
skill. The absolutely musical character
coupled with volume and an unvarying
quality throughout the entire scale nro
peculiarities of Ihe ".Stock lone" known to
every connoisseur. Bnt time has develop
ed nnothir point in favor of their manu
facture it is durability. Tho Steok' pi.
anos are quite as remarkable for their last-
ing qualities as for their envinhlo tone
nnd the purchaser of a Sleek piano may
reasonably account himself the possessor
ot a lire-long treasure. uln Avenue Journ
al Iicw York.
The Chinese with a good deal of otiiet
sarcasm call ceromony the smoke of friend.
Arrivals at the Crntrlillcld Hoiiac
Ji.llSflns A MalMMNXV rroprktor.
Filnlr. Mv 3. T. .1. ForirniMn nl wlfn. IMo X.
ft. Kllrnro. Jto.: W. B. Iluihra. niithirforil: J. V.
Smitli Ft. Worth; T J. Makuln KmirniMi; T. A.
ii tin lee 1 ll.: J . I- nnmiltun hr. H. ntnort rort
nr'n; .1. w . Aiin HI. lmnn; J. it riutrm n. o ;
' Mrrhnnt. Ht. ("tii: John M IrlinlM. nr Mnrklnn.
Cul.j.lim. 0.. Klmmona (llnrrlanil Tonn.i W. l.
OlirKti Waco; n. J. Crowell nrntiir.
fATCllDir Sliiv 4. J. K. Hate r W'lliirn Bt
lion; J. n.Onorfr. Hnnnni CIl.v; null CaMhreiiKli
MiHMion: it. A.pnri'y ffio.: J. K. A'tiimi. rot-t ortl-
fln;.r. K. 11'ii'leriuii. N .11.; Dr. O. Hi ."mil It 81
r.iii: J. r. nmllK Villuini Smtion; J 11. Unlilor
CIlTl.t. n. Kili'iitnek. a p. Jt. tt.
uh."iav. M n J. rat hRiiPna: J. T. T.onir.
aan.i.; n. u. nnwr. i lly; Jim. Jl-irlliiilmw. Ll
r. M. I Ine: W. S. Wnllnn New Vork; J. l.Vrli-lit
Wiroi J. I. Tj'oitNril. J. Si-lineldor. O. W. Phifrr.
l'rtt-nn:r .1. M. Pi"TV 0ltnrilli; llr. t. Tnckitt P.
J. Tarktilt J. A. Fot-il Mln.leifiif; Thul. Clit'tit-
liaiti. I'enn.: VI. A. Ilarptr Sun Antonio
onT. May 0.C. P. MoNiiltv. N. T.I S. .
llMrn. 0. P. ll.iron On.; Pierce Kiln. Waialiarlilt-.
J. T.. llavklna.H. P. It. It.; T. U. Carey .. Wool-
ton Pr. T. II. Grlfltn Ilci-ntiir.
Treflnv M;iy 7 V. IV. Jntne A. T. Beeil Aim-
lln; B. Bni-r Kiiuhki ('ity; It. fllimrl Fort Worth;
.1. II. ft-nitfi1 M. i."im; I'nl pitriiy w I vt hit
l.anra!i-r .1. S. Kilrriitrlrk. f). 11. It : C. It. 8fr-
ran. Mi-niphKW. II. (lutRh Mnrllnj V. K. Chlt-
ii4t. anrkiriUI; n. Oooelhul XI l.ouie; Geo White
anil Imlv AJc.-K llinny.
Wrn.ir.aniv My M. T. rfnliWII Mo.: Ilrv. T.
i. Cmw'onl nl rHnilly Loiiiiiiiiia; C. D. IIin.lron
T"il--: (!. N. MrOnlTev Hiihine r; J. .. Finlrv
N. (' : Il.A.;i.. Ui.xalv.chln: A. M. llrjaii.t il
W. Phj-r-r anil wile. A. It. Iiarnall. Sh-rni in 1. W.
Fii-klin Vn.; N. Armitromt Still lk (llty.
Tiirr.snAr. 3fnv f. K. S. Uhv Mo.:J. F. T.tiinn-
don Ut..; A I. Srir llantltall: II. W. Willhma Um-
lolirllli'; '. It. Miillnnil anil In'ly I lly; Hum. Iletlntl
NrwMMlni.; Ilr. I'. Wnnl. I.O.: O. It. M' Nnlty
Sew Vmk; ll. N. Ahlrn llami iiotitl ; J A. Mltltlhl-
ton Mo.; ilail. Arwilie Tnrrant ou.
Thb Skcomo VianicT of. tub Propi.s of
Tfxas. They re-affirm their opinion of
1870 by awarding the Crover S linker
Machine the Frst Premium for the lies!
enmilv Hewino Mnrlitnp. nt thp (Irnnd
Stato Fair of 1871 and six First rromiums
for Iiest Machine Stitching (double the
number awarded any other machine.)
Notwithstanding tho great efforts of our
competitors to disparage Iho perfection of
our machines the publio and the Fair As-
sociations of Louisiana and Texas repeat
their convictions whon opportunity odors
the awiierioW' of our Mttchinee by He pur-
ehaee anil award of the committee. The sale
of Ihe Grover & linker Machine is greater
in Mississippi Alabaman Louisiana and
Texas than that of any other and the
awards received from the Fair Assooia-
tious of Ihoso Slates double those of all the
other machines: combined. What -more
proof can wo offer for what we so justly
claim namely lhat the drover & Iiaker is
the best Family Sewing Mnchine and the
favorite nf the people of the South. ' '
- GENERA I. SOUTHERN DEPOT
182 Canal Street New Orleans
Another large lot of these Machines just
received and for sale by
K EATON & JOHNSON'
June 20 1871 ly- Agents Dallas Texas.
Oorrectad waakly ly WltLIAMS TtRnfl .deal
en Is Oroewriaa and Proviiiona Slala atlt one
door vaal or ina ritttlle siiara.
rairaa is com.
' ' '.' Dallas 187.
Apples green. bnetiel... Bone
taun Navy . 10 A 12'
Butler J"lellc....- US-j l'-'i
Pacini- . 10 Al 1R
OeS......i.. . " a (I
Cellon... ' ' 14 lX
(ni... yitnall (
Kirn - Vd'-a. w i"
J i..ur T.aae r Ui lit t " (ltl7 OS
r eaierw.p qui... (.mo v..
S 1 to
Ml.t-l.ii.h ......m 1 t
atitlaiMa Sonthnm tlctl. 7
liulden gyru m a. 1 V
O.ilt. Vt tin .It '....j. . .
rotaloee Irtah acw ibuehP.....n..
Port.VS .. S
Paarbea Sried VSi S
0 . 8
Salt l.irrpo ol. per ftwoa..
1 U At iS
CoadfBWtl fioct the Gatrcitton Hen.
Kaw Tm May 7. 1RT1.
r.-ta ft-rttvl Qnfct at 114 aad clntJ at U.l
rfTTm-QnW and nominal; onHnry opUnh
W' S ; ft fHlnary IZr hw miihll'itr TLl7r c.
tnt i4l tdk ai4-Mla AUItri t.Si.n.1 mid-
dliaf Orlaaaa ic laid Hits Ttxaa il
Kan OkLKAaa Miy 7 1ST
rrr wma at 234. r '
Gj.LifvTji May 7 1"T2
.t raTd inW not vrk. f-iaf at 1 1-1
anH t.l(.-trtiis xhn tVctio" In Nt TorktulllsS
111" tli rkaajfke Ihhi In (hit anrkrt.
M (KH. Thn mrkK nilMi ntt txt l"n r
Mrry ani 4". Ihe. for nvr-liom frt tit Unrn. "mh
lo-dya-"0 It. t 44 ixl. ft tatvil'tm fraaof
HiM-isfar- qnU4 Hut frfcTir at InclW twts.-;
vtvsj. W a'-w qi'tia fc dry M h'y mu 1-. 17c.
jt ta-MM 4 9 Inc. 1
fixnm 1 in fair r.b"!. I-"t ra-e. -(ptrTli.!y
r tha l-tt'r irrarfr ars? wmk an t irr'-iilar.
fltHr H lr'l at 5 ! 2 per Mr-
v i; ; ktv.) trt autd jit ito I- Ot :
1 1 A M HO f A 1MVMf
(MTCtSSOKI TO I. III!)
'1)11 Y GOODS
CoriK-r Mniii nntl lloimlon Htrcrl.
Da I In m Tcxnw.
rllnt Ma; 11 ll7:C-S4:tr.
Staple and Fancy Croce-lcs
PROVISIONS TOBACCO CIOAR9
WINES & LIQUORS
OF ALT KIA'DS
(Main i : : Street
S-IIIKlieil Canh price paid far country pnntiice.
1 will Its at niv nffirn nn atAlra oa fTM...-... a.
Co. aturf ) aarly anil latit prrparatl to give. palUfHC-
llon In allcn'oa In Ilia liiiaol a IleutUt. My work
la in;-xlilllllon liuth in lha cltv and county. No
rlk to run all work warrants! lo atan'l tho taat of
uiantlrallon ami tllllnna to preierve Ilia ttnth.
Plt-aio cull and aco mo.
J w. Kcitroor
X 0 TA R Y P V B I C
General Insurance Agent
DALLAS - - TEXAS
ltcprcuFiita tho following Iuxuranca Compnnlra :
Phorulxlliie. Co. Awt ft 191188.11 ..IT.
AnHralm.Co. " l.oas.'jio.n.
North IVlUaourl Int. Co. " 61.1.417 01 ..
illianiaaippl Valley Iua. Co. ' 3I5.:i87.07.
rolieh-a In all at tha attovo rnntnat!. I
promptly at thlioMco.
Jlny 11 1S72 Jo:lyr.
.Bwi.lx t.r. M.IWI.1K.I..
J HI. IIAXI.S &. CO.
IttD ncll.RRS IH
(Texas Control Tlailrond.)
We would reapraihilly Infonn onr frlomln and tho'
tnTcli.vnta of the ooiintlea North nnd Weetofiw
Hint we nri'junw erecting a InilhliuK nt the alio ailc.
pot fur a general romiuiailoii biiHlnem nml KnniHy
Httpplict Wo B.tlltit aaharocf publio imtroniiuu.
Muy 11 l75:tf.
If OUT Of TOI1 itvUcn Or tretltltmPIl on rmir nrnnia.'
timltig Oil foot. hurHPliMck. or 111 A vehti In. tubn Rr..av.
rj A tpiiho yr.u will (liid n gond rund frtto of lUono
nhumi unhid ntnmpti. so ihftt yon cun iIHvp rant or
nlow an roil plon.N and when you ftnt Htumt on mllo
ami a Imlf limn thn frimre jint buyond tlio Drew
orj mil nre tired or thiritT cull at tliu
FavIIUon of William Tell
ao clirl.ttcnoil by Iho Swl..a GleoClnh. Tiiorn you
will tllnl not only titer frenh from the cellar and
lllillie wlno itrown on the halika of Trinity hut lr
oil ara htlnarv I will o-ctl nn on breitil and 5twi.
or hand chwsn. I will do n'll to niakc vou conifotta
hleio that you will come again.
pii! .Into. At Iho Unwary.
jrSITKAV VOTC K-IAMAS CO.
TAKRV np liv II. II. floodo. and aitrnvntt l.rrrt-
K H. Oily J. P. Pret lnct No. a. ono brown flKl.n.-
INO nbont tt vanrii old nliitnt 14 hand hiKli blein .
IhIi In rititit oye star In forehi-nl. ami bi-niidail O V
on lalt ahoiililer; val"ed at Aim ono itrav
MAHK altoiit 7 yeare oltl about 14il bnnda hiuli
trniiileil Willi tho leltcl EM oil left ahonliler : vaIiiI
nt .'l.'t. I35:'ll.
TAKEX nit Itv II. A. riarnna. and oitravpil lif.ra
It. H. liny J. P. PriHtfncI No. 2 one bar (.iKMirNU.
tib'tnt 1.1 or 111 ycara old about lfij haml-i IiIkIi
white nn both hind feet nui! ulao on right furo f"ut
star In forehead ami hi-nmlt'il on rUht flhoiilder
Willi Ilia letter tl; Tallied at Sill. f.Vt.-ll.
TAKKN npli.v Aaron Moore and estrnnd hfiro
Tno. II. Kerfool J. P. Precinct No. 1. nun IlKOU'tf
HOICK rmall white anot in forehenil. It vonra obi.
about U1 j lianda fa itf Ii. uo braiiila.; vujued at $111.
TAKKM nn Wfl. M. Pnl-aramt entraml hnf.tre
Myeri .1. P. Precinct No. :!. oneSDIlKKf. IKIItSK.
about 11 VMr old 1 handahluh hriindcil T on
itjui iioiuut.r notlt bind feet whito ; valued $7-1.
JNO. M. lAWS.O D. C. 11. C. Texaa.
JEW STANDARD MAP OF TEXAS
TUB INDIAN TBItttrTOIlT
AaVD ADJOINING rOHTI0N3 OP
Compiled from thf eieht County Map tha Gtnerat
Limit OJice tiw tteroowtt recnuHiiine ami UtmliHjicnt
KrpfarutionK . I'mf. J. H. Ilouekr th Nrrrtf
thr Mexican fimmnry Vomtniuiom V. H. Engineer.
V. 8. Cunrt Furrey V. 8. Ventral Jaii Offlcv the ra-ri-iMsr
Jtaitroftd Comptmie information frnUhett lu
Mr lYettfter ntvi ollur avtheiuic metering by
g nooLiroitru coltOaV.
ruliliriheil hy Q. Vf. A C. B. Colton Now York and
E. II. Ciuhlux HoiMlun Tvx'ii 1T2.
TliU npltttiillU Mnp a proof Hheet of which en now
he iwpH nt the nflii-e of Hip iinilrrPlgiK-d. Hill l rea-
dy for fVlircry Hhoat the '2ith of May.
Aeenta wnnteil to ciiiivahh evory city and county
ht tht? Stnto towlmiu.aj wrll a tbo tmilo liboral
diicoimtk will btxivvn.
l'rlco mount ml on rollera $5 00
rckt book form a W
AiMirnti nil order to K. II. CI'.SIHMJ
May 4;J:tf J lloiw-on T-xai.
W. 0. XAKVALt. .......
. T. P. BAHDALtV.
Y G. RANDALL & BRO.
Wbolewtloand Retail Doalsn In
DRY GOODS BOOTS &
HEAD (E.VTRU ll.R. AND
Dnllai. - - Texai
fiarnthcat prlco paid for Cotton. Wool ainl
JJH. R. U. JOKES
Late ot Brcnham Texas
IfaTlnff livafM In fVnllM rpsncc tfnllr onVrn hla aer-
fi'-r-n in trta artniw ttraiichra nf hi pritMiton.
Ho ran ha f'tnnd day and night at tha ltnigitor-
of A. irtc Co.. cor. llouctou ami llain Sta.
May 4 l7i-3t -1if).
A Large Family Carriage.
!;. ulawnl'tor BMriy new. For Ply! Comfi.ri
and PurahtHty not In lm anriaimfl In any Mlate.
Stiilal'ln IT a ml rim ha k. mirh aa ara uat-U in
the larca ell k at oue-lulf oriniiral cnt
Aj-rly ii 11KKALD OFriCE.
May I 2m. .
jAY AI 8TOCK
Tha nn"rar!l5nd irfrtfully fnlVrm tha pnMIr lhal
ih"T br htir4 np Hay and htn-k Ko.l? an tt
Hi.uth Mtlt? uf lha I'nhlic ltqar wham tht'y wil;5
woiieh all kind oft""ts prvxinr tc. that may lm-'
I. mn -hi to thon. Rxtaa rM.naltl. Wa I-rxj-act-' '
fully aiaiicit tUm aatmaaga af th- pwt-tk.
WuliK t COKEB.
ItsalUa M y 4 U72-il lu
1. UTTttrtti.a ........ .a. t. tnnpaiai.
J II. I irTLLl ILLDiie t O
Comro ission Merchants
CnRflirASA - - Tlx A.t.
n-H 27. V72 lyr.
FCIK FOR Hit I.E. I hare aata n
i l ljr --po-T-r Knr' una marfr-f at T-rr-
tvrsj'si r ntKarm ronntT ta prd r-rr. Mm
lrn In nannly tvirt-nty nfrt. frv-a f7'n.
b fsohl fur r.-h r in xe-ha!era fr bfaf fait tla.
Enqnireuf I Ik nndcrair neil at Tvrmm m rivt.
4. a. mrr.
April 15-."U "
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