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I Deputy Clerk..
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Jv.in. M. llttowH,81iori(T.
M. V. Col.E, Treasurer.
N. A. Kits, County Surveyor.
, CITY OFFICERS.
B ax. !.. Viijor I H. Fi City Att'j
U t iliYi.,Tia.nrer, Tiics. Funs mM,
C. 8. Miwui.L,6c'y, 1 1. Kino, Ass'or A Coll or
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Krank Aii.tiu, M. Th.venst, W. H. Gaston, Jno.N.
Lane, A. M. Cochran.
TAM.AS OOMMANDERT, Ne. , KnlahtsTotnp
lar, will meet at the Asylum, In the town of
Dallas, ou the Thursday afterthe laatSaturdayf
In each month, at early caiullc-llRht.
JOHN J. GOOD, B.C.
Fbank Austin, Recorder.
DALLAS ClIAI'TER, No.47,Royal Aich Mason..
Cuiiipiinioii". You are Imrehy euminoued toat
ti. ml a Stated coii.ocatlnn of Dallas Chapter,
No. 47, o Monday eyeu'in, De. 30, 1872,
at Mirlr candle lighting. My comniaud of th
(l.K.il. 1'. THUS. WA1.KKH, Secretary
rANNJJIIlMi LODOK, No. 6S, F. A. M., meets on
tho snuoud and last Satt nlay of each mouth, at
the Masunlo Hall
HKNRY BOM,, W. II.
Richard Mohoav, Bee'y.
RIUOELY KNCAMPMKNT, No. 2S, I. O. O. i,
meets the Drat and third Friday night, of
each month, at th. Odd Ftllows' Hall.
V. L. WILLEMET.C. V.
Attests J. It. Datis. Scribe.
DiM-AB I.01IQK, No. 44, I. 0. 0. F., meets on
erery Wednesday night, t tho Odd Fellows'
Hall. JNO . D. KKRFOOT. N. 0.
; Jis.O, CoxuiBiori), See.
pitO BONO PUBLICO.
, NEW YORK SAFE COMPANY'S
Fire and Burglar Proof Sales,
tor familitt and Busintss Furpoiei.
No. 1 )30, N.9 ?35, No. 3 5, Nm.i fJSO
The Cheapest and bsst Satos la the market.
Price, from 60 to 100 per cent, lower than any
othor fir.t class Hafe..
Bend for descriptive elr.ular to the '
XEH TORK SAFE COMPANY,
No. 60 Vksky St., New York.
Jaa. 20, lS72-10:ly
. k. wims, Texas a. t. bsbdb, Illinois.
"yiLLS & BKEDE,
i:. LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
A.nd Knnsas City.
ttirAll husinrn transacted at the Kauias Stock
Taids, Kansa. City, Ma. I Doe 14-U'tf,
W. A. Jonbs,
yy A. JONES & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN STOVES &0.
' SIGN OF THE BIO COFFEE POT,
Main Street, ... Dallas, Texas.
B" All Ordors Promptly Atteudod To. ts)
JJRS. M. J. JOllNSON, ' ; "
Respectfully Informs the 'public that alio has
TOColvod her fall stock ol
? Consisting of
Ladies' & Misses' Hats and
Together with Trimming, of Every Kind,
towhlch she Invites tho attention in her friend,
and the public generally, dor .Imp I. luthe Crutch
BM House, at the Houston St. entran ee. fctf
LIBERAL REWARD '
WILL bo paid for the return, or Infirnintlon that
will Inad lo th. recovery of tbe following inscribed
animals stulen from the nnderslgued at Kock Mills:
mouse oolorad mar mule, cleanly roach.il and
Irluied.and branded D D en left ahonlrier. '
JNa W. ROWLAND, 1 '
', Dalla. taai or'
v. " M. A. TURNER, "
) C. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Office at Iicsidonce, on
WOfflcs hoiiri from 10 o'clock A. M., to 4 f. .
Juno 16, 187i-40:lyr.
QVMHEKI-AND COAX FOR.
Can bo had at tin Dalla. Foundry, on Mala street
nlot. to suit purchasers, at U prlcoa.
AUGERS fc NAGLE.
JJ0NNIE, MC-PIH & CO.,
29 FOURTH STREET,
E. B. HitciiiU, Ag't for Ttias. ll:lyr.
JOHNSON & McILHENNT, Prop's.
nnvlug ronovated and newly furnished this house
tliruuKliout, we Kuarantoo till host accommodation.
n Northern Tuxus. Janl:l72.17tf
OUTII TKXAS 1AXT) AGENCY.
JOHN HKNRY BBOWN A BON,
John it. irnowy
rituitt M. unow
N Dallas, Tkxab,
Oenoial Agents for locatlnir, buying and soiling
lands and town proporty iu all parts of tbe Htate
lnorthorHtiluilu :Vi, and mat as lar as tlx Plain.,
aciiiuiug uio Loncuo uuriirj. Juiyay-ltTailtttf
B ABB EE SHOP.
On Austin, bet. Elm ftWain Sis, Dallas.
Our Shop Is new and woll fiirnlslied, with Thro
ensy lamirn, pome varborH, mo a uat I'ath Room,
(ientlomen wishing work ion. in our lino will
piease give us a call.
4.tf ALBERT MILLER, Prop'r.
COLLECTOR AND DEALER IN
Nov. 23, '72-11 :taos.
JNO. T, AULT. 0. II. JCXBINB. W. 1. AVLT
ULT, JENKINS at AI LT,
QKNERAL LAND AGISTS, LOCATORS
Will buy, .ell, lease and rat land, in Dallas and
adjoining counties I obtain (Hauls, bay and sell
li-d certiHcates, and locate ttrtlncat.s en tho boat
vacaui lauiis in noruiern anaNortb-We.tTtxa.
Lands for salu registered feesfcharee.
IW-Ollic -Adjoinliij thoi'ulliui Library Room.,
...!.. ui iuuo.ri.iir, : , eo o, roia-aiiii
JEEDS BY MAIL.
Wo can supply thewlcbratt'd
Ilosis' Wator 3VXoloix
UMBRELLA CIIIJA SEED
In Tackagcs ol 25 cts. od (Mcls b, mall, postage
paid, on receipt ot money. AulreHs
! ROSS 4 BRO.,
Jan. 11, 1872.-18:3mo. Dallus, Texas.
JAUFMAN COINTI IAXD AGENCY.
DASIIEILL & WATERS,
REAL ESTATE 4 1NSURASCE AGENTS AND
BAN K K 18,
Kaufman . . Tbxas.
A repr.tont for ouri.ih os, md, as Ag.nts, over
40,000 acre, iu Kanlman count.
, dee 21, T2-15:tf
TA"NTr.G! Wear, the Agent, of the
JJ . CELEBRATED
of Now York, which we arsi.lllng at manufac
turer', prices. Fordurahlliy, weatne..,fnll
nes. and richness oftone, workmanship aud fin
ish, they are not .urpassed It any instruments
made in this country. Awid the delay and
risk of .hipnlna uv Durchaiinrof us. tieerv
l'iauo is guaranteed, and ths thousand, of them
now Iu use and theencomfurj. of leading artists
aa to the merit, of these 1'iaws, ooght to satisfy
PrllV S. T VT.lt
noll:6mos. . Man .treet, Dallas
Established Jannarj ll.lJCS.
C. JORDAN & CO.,
B. P. AUKSPAIGH, - . Caihlcr.
FIRST CLASS FAPEB DISCOli.NlED JT REASON.
ABLE RATES. I'OLLKVTIUID HAOK OB U
. parts of tbe Union and rcmlttd for promptly.
GOLD, SILVER AND CUBRENCT
DOtQHT AND SOI D.
Ws draw at sight for Gold tnd Cunsncy In
amounts to suit :
Sweiison, Perkln. A Co., 80 Vail 8t.
BT, LOUIS, (
Boatman's Baying Initltloii,
NEW ORLEANS, r
Pxrklns, Swonson & Co.
Ball, Hutching. 4 Co.
OPBN FROJI 9 A. M. 5 l. JH,
We are agents for tho following :Trst Class In
surance Comunniea, and tako risks at rates o.tab
llshcd by the Dallas Board of Undftrwritera I
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE 00.,
of Philadelphia, Aisits ,,.J3,316,.11() 88
BARTFOHI) FUtR INSURANCE Co.,
of Hartford, Conn., Assets $2,600,000 00
STATE INSURANCE CO., ..
of Hanlbal, Mo., Cash Assets li(s1,000 00
MERCHANTS MUTUAL LIFE ISsUriANCK CO.,
of Gilvestoll.tlash ssntsrfull pldl..$250,O0O 00
TFXAS RANKING AND lNSIJRAMOlT CO.,
ofUslveslon, (lash Capital ,800,000 00
FLANTK1W 1NSUHANCK CO.,
of Houston, Texas, Oasli Capital $260,000 00
T. C. JORDAN CO.
The undersigned has k larg. amount of Brick
and Lime on hand for sale, and will uvhanis for
wheat or corn at cash prices.
. ' , 'j.?.OTBIT8,
TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
IRON I IRON I IRON I
FOX & HEITMANN
IRON MOUSE OF TEuYAS,
For the Fall and Winter Trade,
Are now receiving the largest Stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
Hardware, Tin-Plate, Etc,
Ever Urouglit into the State,
NEW YORK, PITTSBURG fc LIVERPOOL
With the Largett Sloes and the lout Frien wt caa
Houston, Not. 2d, ls72-8:8mos.
JACFFMAN Si BUNUE.
C0UHI83I0N HERCHAMS COTTON FACTORS.
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
Colfee, Wines and Liquors.
Oct. 12, 1872-6-ly.
I. I. ADAMS.
.J. L. LI0J1AID.
DAMS & LEONARD,
We are permanently located In this city, and do
a general llanklug Business. Wt buy and sell Ex
change on '
Niw York, New Obliaih,
St. Louit, Galtestow & Houston,
And all the principle town. In Texas, r.nd draw direct
On the Principle Cities Europe.
We deal in Gold. Silver ad On rreacri and
make ccllectioa. at all accessible poits iu theState.
Dalla., October 28, 1872-tf
rpUK UIIKAT FRKNCHRE.VKDT.
DELAM AKRE'S SPECIFIC FILLS.
Prepared by J. OARANCIERR. No. 214 Rue Lorn-
Those nllls are hlahlv recommended t.r the entire
Medical Faculty of France a. the very best remedy
In all cases of Spermatorrhoea, or Berftlnal Woak-
ness; Nightly, Dally or JVtmanm Emission.; Bexn
al Weakness or Impottucy Woaknese arising from
secret habit, aud sexual excee.es ; Hola.xatiun of the
Genital Organs ; Weak Spine ; Depo.it. In the Urine,
and all the ghastly train of diseases arising from
Overuse ot Excesses. They err. when all other
remedies fail. Pamphlet of Advice in auch box. or
wlliriie lent freo to any address. Price $1 per box.
Sent by mall, eecnrWy ualedfrom all oewrroiion, on
receipt of price. OSCAR G. HOSES, 18 Cortlandt
St., New York, Sole General Agent for Anperlca.
aug. s, laifr ainyr.
'00 BARBELS FLOUR
liKlndlnr tho Best hraads mad la tht) United
Stales, fresh from St Louis. Inst reoeltod b
uan4uvini auiawsi vv. .
3m. , tTJ-tUti, :
THE DAILY HERALD.
13. McOAT-ilElI, Kdltor.
Who are authorised to rocolve eubsorlutlons and
advertising for the Daily aud Weekly Ileum:
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RowellA Co., 41, Park Row New York; Cue,
Wealherill t Co., Phlladeldlita I (Irlfflu A lloffiuan,
llaltiiuerei T. llclntvre. New Urinous: E. 11
The Salaries of Public Officers,
This is a question which has had
any amount ot consideration, and
which bits passed through endless
discussions in tiraos gono by, in
which tho moat giltod and trusty
mon ot our nation havo participat
ed. Tho results of tho various pro
cesses through which tho porplox
ing riddlo has gone, are evorything
but satisfactary, both to thoso who
rocoivo tho emoluments of oflico,and
to thoso who pay them. Somo of
tho old fogios of the oarlior days of
tho republio woro silly enough to
boliovo that tho honor of roproBont
ing a confiding constituency was
all sufficient, so far as tho profits of
tho office wore concornod and that
money enough to defray personal
oxponsos whilo ongagod in tho dis
chargo of public trusts was all that
an honest and zealous man could
ask for or desiro. From Goorgo
Washington down to Androw John
son, the presidents of tho country,
by closo economy and a judicious
disposition of their salarios, havo
boon cnablod to subsist on 5525,000
a your, but in the paosont age,whon
money is tho aoknowlod and rocog.
nized test of ovorything that is
reputablo and coramondablo among
men, we find that this small sum is
about to bo doclared entirely inad
equate to tho wants of tho prosent
distinguished occupant of the pres
idential chair, and that doublo the
sum horetofojo jmid for the guardi
an vigilance of tho chief mag
istrate is about to be votod
to Gen. Grant, as hia salary
for looking out of his offico win
dows upon the fast teams and fast
men which aro daily exhibited be
fore his mansion for his peculiar
and personal delectation. Even
the Congressmen thomsolvos havo
begun to discover that the pay es
tablished for their servicou by su ch
mon as Calhoun, Clay, Daniel
Webster and othors, is a loug way
behind tho avaricious propensities
which rogulato the poculiar ideas
thoy entertain with, reference to
tho objoct of their annunl missions
to Washington. In tho olden times
it was neither popular or customa
ry for Senators and Koprcsonta
tives to bo diroctly interested in
dofraudiog tho government en
trusted to their keeping for faith
ful administration. This modern
invention has been productive of
much profit to such Congressmen
as havo seen proper to avail thorn
selves of it, and as thoy are all like
ly to escape any chastisement for
their venality, we think that the
President will open up a fieljjfeuf
ficioutly wido for the personal graz
ing of that delcctablo body without
the necessity of adding anything to
tho amounts thoy receive for mil
age, salary, etc., and for that rea
son wo are disposed to kick against
any legislation having for its ob
joct an increase of pay for represen
tative lahors. With the Prosidont
tho case is different. lie can on
ly speculate upon bis influ
ence and turn an occasional
penny from some outside job which,
with the law-giving element, tho
keys of tho public vaults are at their
service whenever they can turn
them with a charter bill or a land
grant, they gonerally manage to
grab enough to supply the pressing
doinands, which soem to be con
stantly increasing against them.
Thero sooms to bo a calamitous
issuo ahoad of our country in which
money is proving itself to bo really
tho "root of all evil." Tbe ends
and objects of government appear
to bo centralizod in the porsonal
aggrandizoment of tho governing
oloment, who forgot that tho con
sent of tho goverenod is a princi
ple of our constitutional liberty,
and. one. bold, aauroi by ' those, who
understand how to guard as woll ns
protoct it. Unless there be somo
honesty compounded with tho
general disposition of all bills of
appropriation passod by Congress,
the poopjo will oro long rise in their
might and domand from thoso who
aro ruinously , reprosonting thorn,
an abandonment of the seats thoy
fill or a roturn to an oconomio ad
ministration of publio affairs. . Wo
long for this action and for tho
tinio to corao when tho American
pooplo will givo it tangiblo expres
sion. The old land marks, cus
toms and precedents , of our coun
try aro sacred things, and wo dii.
like to soo them brushod away whdn
no other necessity domands it, but
Saturday Bight- V,
This issuo closos another week,
leaving tho romombranco Of duties
conscientiously porformod, and
awakening bopos of happier days.
Indood, tho prosperity of gonoral
surroundings suggests a roturn of
tho "oldon and goldon" times.
when it was a dolight to dwoll in
and an honor to hail from, our
own Sunny South.' Political op
pression is faBt losing its polluting
swny, and at least in a local Benso,
houosty and dignity, nro supplant
ing corruption and ruffianism; ro
sontmont for past nlllictiori is pass
ing under the veil of pity, and tho
bright sun of redemption casts its
inspiring influonco ovor all around
us. Hero under our own vino and
fig troo hopeful countonancos and
braver and more choorful
hearts movo around in ', lifo's
groat battle, fooling that their ex
pectations will not prove abortive.
All branches of industry and en
terprise are well represented ; com
petition makes tho coutost lively,
and though to the "victor bolongs
tho spoils," no unfair moans aro re
sorted to to accomplish tho con
quoBt. Writing in tho "weo sraa'
hours of night," uncontrolably our
thoughts revert to another section
wo onco called home, and whilo we
compare tho activity horo with tho
sluggishness and goneral stagna
tion thero, wo can only commiser
ate those who, "hiding thoir light
under a bushel," cling to old asso
ciations, that, alas I now possess
no charms. Wo have occupied our
allottod space as we have dope,
"act well thy part, thero all tho
honor lies ;" and, in saying "good
night," allow us to suggest for
your guidance, tho advico givon to
his grand-mothor, by tho lamontod
Artomus Ward, "Bo virtuous and
then you'll bo happy."
KJ-Tho Houston Ago lourns that
the Central railroud was to run a
train to Shorman last night, and
in two wooks ,to Donison, connect
ing at that point with tho M,, K.
& T. Road, and thus forming an all
rail connection through from Gal
veston to St. Louis. McGnry
threatens, when tho torminus of
iho Central is reached, to go ovor
tho Central's ontiro lino, ''tho main
trunk, Waco Tap, and Westorn
branch inclusive." Como along,
Mac., and tary a lew days at the
Central city of North Texas, won't
Hearth and Home. This beau
tifully illustrated weekly journal
published by Orange Judd & .Co.,
Now York, at 83. perannum,eomos
rogularly to onr table, and, as we
have boforo said, is decidedly tho
bost of tho Northern illustrated
weeklies. Subscribo to it and you
will not regret it.
: : S)
B6rThe Hill County Expostor
informs us that a serious porsonal
difficulty occurred at Peora, on tho
night of the 8th, in which Deputy
U. S. Marshal Purnoll was badly
wounded with a knifo. No partic
ulars are given. Pooria is in Hill
county. ' . v:
B3.Tho Houston Ago of Thurs
day loams that the two branches
of the Legislature havo harmoniz
ed on' tho Printing Bill, and that
Gon. John (J. Walkor will be cho-
bqq without farther opposition.
Ueduction in Bates of Tklhv
aRAriiiNa. Tho Western , Union .
Telegraph Company have made a
roduction in their rates, which
commenced on tho 1st inst., as fol-
" All ratos which aro at Drosont
higher than $2 60 (excopt thoso on
messages rocoivod, colloct from the
raoino coast,) will bo roducod to
82 60 for 10 words, and 17 cents'
for each additional word in prepaid '
moisagos, . ;
" Tho tariff on messages rocoivod
colloct from the Pacifio coast,' will.
bo 82 85 for 10 words, and 17
for oach additional word."
" i n a o mm i ui i ...i i.
8 Senator Tondick, whose soat
was contostod by Wells Thompson.5 '
Esq., has boon confirmod in his soat,'
senators rylo, Broughtoa and Colo
(all domocrats) voting with tho Ho-
publicans. This roBult was had, in
tho taco ot the resolution of tho
Committoo on Eloetions which was '
as follows: .. :' .,, ., , , , .'i ,,.
Tliev therofar rosnoot.f nil- r,nri n
your honorable body, thi following reso-
uimuu null rcuuiuiue-u ui tkaopuon, 10
wit: Thltt the sittinff mamhnr. fhn Hon Tr P
Tondiok, obtained his certified eleotion by
uniatr anti irituiuient means, od is not
entitled to retain hia sent ; and that said :
Weill Thompson. Emi.. th Rnntaalant. iliit
receive at the eaid elootion a majorily of
ait ins vuios rainy poiiea ana is entitled
to a Boat in your honorable body..
Tho following lotlor addrossod to ,.
us on the 14th inst., by a friond ro-
contly roturncd from Austin, and ;
appropriately' signed, wo publish
to-d.ay as hows diroct from tbo Cap 1
ital: " '"' ' :', . ,
; . Feb. 14, 1873.
Mr. Editor i ' '
I have been to Austin, and I believe the
Legislature will do its duty In re-diBtriot-
lng the Judicial Dlslriota. If they do so, it
is hoped we will not have euoh a slow
eoaoh. We are away bohind on our dock
et, but I believe before the ides of June,
the poor creditor will have his judgament, "
and : the judicial, erniiuo honored with "
man who will disputoli business as iu olden
timet. . ,
The abominable "perjury bill" whloh
allows parties to a eult to testify, under
the 1st Session's Aots of 1871, it is hoprd !
will be repealed this session,. .'
, Hie cull for a . Stale oonvention to
amond our Constitution, will no doubt.
pasH. While there is a strong feeling to
foster' our Railroad interests, there is not
much disposition to subsidiie. ' More '
anou. Yours, - Valknuiis.
Lcarr Tradkb. There is an unfortu-,
nate tendenoy among the youth of the
present day to neglect the aoquiring of .
of eoino useful trade, to go into business,"
which means the coming to the city to go ;
into a a store at a small salary with small
er chances of advance. A large majority
of eur young men seem to feel that it Is
not honorable to becarpentors,blacksmlths
or machinists. No greater m intake could 1
be made. Young men from the country,
do not be too anxious to quit the paternal
roof. Do not be allured by the glittering
inducements or great oities to turn your
baoks upon the experience and advioe of
your fathers. Above all things, before
going to encounter the vioissitudts of for.
tune, arm yourself with a thorough knowl
edge of some branoh of labor. Many young
men of talent and promise become faiU
urea, beoauso they start out in life without :
any specific purpose, and drift around
Without rudder or compass until they are
completely shipwrecked. No matter how ,
fair your prospeots may be, ho time is lost '
whloh is spent in the learning of a good
trado, and no greater mistake was ever
made, than supposing that there was any-,
thin, dishonorable or undienlued in the
calling of the carpenter, tbe shoe-maker
or the cooper, gunsmith, blacksmith or
any other trade.
A Good 8110 winq. Journalism mayfbe
quoted as "looking up." President Thiers
began his remarkable career'as a newspa
per editor. Mr. Robert Lowe, Finance
Minister in the Gladstone administration,
was pinoiple writer in the Times for lev-
eral years, The late Lord Campbell, sue-
cessively Chief Justice and Lord Cbanoel- ;
lor of England, was a Reporter on the
Morning Chronicle for many years. Sir
Thomas Talfourd, author of "lo.,"' who
literally died on the Judicial bench, at
Stafford, as be was oharglng the grand Ju
ry, also was on the staff of the Chroniole.
Mr. Stanley, the disooverer of Living
stone, received a letter of thanks and a
diamond snuff-box from. Queen Victoria -and
a gold medal from the Royal Geo
graphical Society of England: Horaoe
Greeley had the Honor or a public funeral
and a nation's regret; and now Sir James
Haunen, one of ihe judges or Queen's
Reneh ia England, has been appointed to
succeed Lord Peniance aa judge or the
Probate and Divorce Court twenty yer
ago be was a reporter on the daily press
in London. , ., ,
The great seal or the State or Va.,; was
lost during tbe capture of .Richmond in
1865, and a new one afterwards adopled,
bearing in place of the historio "Sic sem- .,
per tyranis," the words "Liberty ana un-,
Ion." But a short time ago lb old seal .
was returned, and the question arose as to
which was tbe Jegal of tbe State. ; The 1
matterwas submitted to the Legislature, '
whloh decided In favcrof the old seal
The loss by the burning of IheOresoenl ( .,
...... n.s.. -l New Orleans is nlnsad ' .
at near 1 1,000,000, including a neif set of. X-
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