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ALLAS
VOL. 1.
DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1873.
NO. 7.
HERMjD.
:THE DAILY HERALD
: aeaaina if
JNO. W.SWINDELLS CO.
JIO.W.IWIBDSLIS.
ll'CAlXB.
' Trrwae ef imbwrlpll
(rtll. IK ABTABCB.) i
'a' I V
. fmw ji -
lit men tbi
: Thr. month. HI
8
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adrertl.inK. I
' On. Square (' of tkl ,lM "! In"r"
tlDB, 1. Baa ub.o,iwnl iuewileujO eeuti.
Sneclal Nolle.., next to reading maj.r.ol P'
HM wk loeerti.n. Local Noilce reeding ; or
oduerial ol.i..,'i0 cm. per Jioepb lwtl.
BsrKp.c a renown rate, muun rorfB"
BAdeertliement. payable I. ajnneo, ''
iltbtboie doing . regular lfuiiueii l-lr contract.
THE WEEKLY IERALD
i II riBUHID BYHRT liVUBDAfOBBIBO,
t..u. to D.r uiun. ecil 6' for
Oflaclal Directed.
timer emciua
Hiaoin Him, Bell.., Judge Jndlcl.l Dl
JfcT.'lui.T, Eiq., BallM, Bl.tr Attoru.y.
orricsai at turn ejBTT.
Jou B. Knaroor, D.1IM, 17- Precinct 1.
Koaiar S. Ony, Leneaiter, J
MiaaoiTK Mitai, T ,, '
VHuuw J. llm.il,
C. 0. Hvsvbab, r .. .,
Joan M. Liwi, Clerk ef the itr.e Court.
t. E. COOBtBll, " i
V Deputy 0r..
Html Boil., ) i
Jr.aK. M. Beowk, Sh.riff. j
II. V. O01.1, Treeinrer. (
X. A. Kiex, County Snreojr.
CITT OFFICHI. ' '
1 n. bM. M.yor " I J,J. fiuB, CJty Att'y
B mm BoiL.Treainrer, TbojKltxii. "'.
o. . MinBBU.fcc'ir,.. I D. 1M, Am or Atoll or
AiBBtii.- . P. Brjr.o, C.'PT, 0. M. Swlnjt,
LiM, A.M. Coihr.u. I t.
35
SOOIE
s.
I il.Ml rnUMlNT)KRr. Tf. I. KuIihtiT.DU-
1 -
Ur, will BiMt it Hi. Aflun, la tb. tow. of
Ball.., oo lh.Thur.4.y aMr Ih. l.tSturdjf
In.Mh BtoBtB, t rlj cBuic-iiriii.
jo:n J. 0O0B.I.0,
Tux I Av.TiK, Sward.r.
BAUiAS C1IAPTSH, No.4Tfloyl Arch Hmodi,
. Ciimrjaiilnoi. Ynn r. h.iltv .uramoBl tomt-
tond gut.d coiivofi.tln of D.IIbi Ouapl.r,
Vo. 4T, ob Mond.y.r.lini', Pu. iKI, 1(74,
at rlr GHndl. Ilf hllof . Ky romm.net ef tb.
M , E. u, r THUS. ,AliB.r.H, Oicr.l.rj
IAKKKHII.L LOnQa, No. k, T. A. If., raixt.cn
th. ..oond nd l..t 6lirj of Mch month, Bt
tb.Uaiunl.11.11
HIJKY 1I0LL, W. II
" Bicu.bd Momib, Bee'jr. I
V
klDGKI.T KNOAMPHKNT.So. 13, I. 0. 0. T.,
, n..t. n tb. Drat ad tird Frlriay night, of
' .uh month, Bt th. Odd Pllowf Hall.
P. I..W1LLIM ET, C. P
Att.it; J. B. DiTii. Serb..
. . i
Di I.LAI T.OliQS, No. 44, i 0. 0. T., meat, on
M.ry W.dn.aday nlghl.nt th. Odd F.I low.'
U.ll. JDU. . JVAItlUVl, H. ,
tit. ii. ComiroiB, Be., i
TIRO BONO rUBLIC(.
X t
NEW TORK SAFE COMPANY'S
Fire and Burglar Proof Sales,
("BAat'l FA'IKT)
For Familiei mi Butiteit Purpotet.
N. 1 830, N . 3 .IS, W. . 43, N. 4 9HO
Th. Ck.np.it and b.it 8al.il. th. mark.t.
Prlc from to to ISO wr nt. low.r than any
th.r flr.t rial. gaf...
(d for d.acrlptlr. ilr.alar h tb. -
A'ifH YORK SAFS COMPANY,
No. 00 Vit St., Nkw Yobe.
JTaa.SU, WMS:ly ,
a, i, wir.1.1, T.iBi......... ..t.r. bkbdi, Illlnoli.
-yiLLS i BEKDK,
' LIVESTOCK '."
.f ... . ,; .. . ,
Commission Morcliants,
m . i ; .! ?., . . . ;
CUICAaO, 8T. LOUIS
' , : , . v
! And Kanja) City.
8"AH bB.loii tr.niicM at tb. Kan... Stork
Tatdi, Kbkmi City, M. Dm 14-U:tf.
. W. A.Jovm, B.Ln.iauit.
A' JONES 4 CO.,
; .MANUFACTURES OP -
WUOLBSALKANB RETAIL
. DEALERS IN STOVES kO.
'V BIOS) Or Till BIO COPPRE POT,
Main 8treet, . - Oallai, Texas.
- All Ordon Promptly Atl.ud.d Ta. "St
1-rMIy
jyjES. M. J. JOHNSON,
n..p..tfally Informi tk. Ip.bll. thai aha hai
naalvad h.r mil itoek ol
i MILLINERY GOODS,
Conilitlng.f
Ladies' & Misses' Hats and
.-'.'Bonnets,
. ? ...
I To.th.r with TrimmlBf. of It.ry Klad,
tawklch ih. IbtUm th. 'atttntloa of h.r frkad.
th. U.blk t.n.rall. H.rahnn la lath RraMk.
i.h-
a nuuH, ai in. noii.ua sr. antran a.
HBKUL MWARD ; ;
WILL ba paid fer th. ratara, or laftrmatlon that
I I land Is th. ratonry of tk. following dKrlba
anlaial. it.il.n from tk. aad.rilirrud ! Buck Mill.:
A moan colorad man aula, tbmnly rouh.4 aad
trlm.and braad.d B B .a l.ft .honld.r.
, JNO. W. ROWLAND, ' ' (-
2 , JallaaTTa.j ar 1 '
M. A. TURKIC,
I!.
C. CAVI'BELI M. D.
Ofllce at ltildpnce. on
Elm Street, - - . VMat, Texat.
HTOKIc. hour, from 10 o'clock A. M.,to t. X.
Juu.lS, Wi-40:lyr.
Ql.nilKBI.AMJ CO A I. FOR
Blacksmiths' Use,
Can ba bad at tb. Ball.. 1'unndry, on Vain it root
Bloti loiult pnrnbai.ri.at low prlc...
AKGERS &, NAGLE.
Oct. 16-7:odio. -
gONNIE, MUKP1IY & CO.,
WnOLESALK DEALERS
IN PURE
KENTUCKY WHISKIES,
V) rOURTU STREET,
LOIIITILLI, KlKTlTir.
K.B. Mirouaii, Aj't for T.xaa. , , (H:1yr,
QRUTCIIFier,D IIOl'MC,
DALLAS, TEXAS.
JOHNSON & McILHENNY, Piiop'i.
narlng ranoraiad and n.wly ftirnlihad thin boul.
tbruuihoul, we (u.raut.. th. boat aceonniodatioai
nNorth.rnT.ia., Janl:lH'MT!f
-TTORTII TEXAS LAND AGENCY.
JOHN UKNRY BBOWN A 80K,
ion n. biowk.
miltl M. IBOBBi
1KB. J
Dallai, Thai,
Ganoral Agent, for locating, luylng md aslllig
land, and towu arop.rty In all arti of th. Stata
liiorthofaatltuil. and wait a. mr a. Hit Plain.,
acludinf th. Coacho Country. Jnlytf-U72:4otf
rpilE CENTRAL
BARBEK SHOP.
On Austin, bet. Sim J- Main Sti, Dallai.
Our Shop I. n.w and w.U.ftirni.brd, with Tbra
...y Ch.lr., pollta Barbara, and a mat Bith Room.
U.ntlaui.u wl.hlug work dona In out lin. will
plena, gir.u.acall.
4U.tr , ALBERT MILLER, Prop'r.
JJDWABB KAfaTBURIV,
COLLECTOR AND DEALER IN
EXCHANGE,
JTackaboro,
Nov. 33, '7-U:mo.
Tczaa.
jko. t. liar. ' e. n. jcvbihi. . b, adlt
yVLT, JENKINS At Al'JLT,
OENKRAL LANB AOKNTS, LOCATORS
AND DURVEY0B8,;
Balhj,.' TmaI.
Will l.n. ..II l.au.nJ.... LbiI. IA.II a
adjoining countin; obtain patanta, bay and ..II
racmit land. In Northern aud North. rt .ilT.iai.
Land, lor .ale reglatered fo. ofebarge.
Maroffloo-Adjoinlng the Dallaa Library Room.,
North .Id. vt th. Square. IT.b I, H7MI:lf
gKEDS III MAIL.
Wa can aupply Hie clebral.d
Roi' Watoi- XwXeloxi.
abb
UMDRELL1 CHINA SEED
In Package! of to .ta. aad SB eti hy mall, uoitage
paid, on r.caipt ot money. Addrea.
UOS8 A IRQ.,
Jan. 11, UT2.-18;Jmol Uallai.T.iai.
K
ACF1IAX COl'STY LAND ACIKCT.
DASIIEILL 4 WATERS,
HEAL ESTATE A INSURANCE A OEM'S AND
BANXEKS,
KiDrxAi
Tim.
r.proient for oari.liaa, and, a. Ag.nU, or.r
40,090 acraa lu'Kanfman county.
, dae l, '71.14: If
F
IANOS! wcUB&,fU,
ARION PIANOS,
of N.ir York, which w. ara i.lllng it maanlaa-
torer'. price.. Tor dar.blllty, .wntnaai, rnll-
Ben and richii.il of tone, work manahlp and (la
l.h. th.y are not aurpaia.dk y any in.trnm.aU
mad. in tbi. country. Arold th. d.lay aad
rlik of ablpping by purchaaing of ai. Erery
Piano l guaranteed, and the thouaaid. of them
new In uie and the encemlum. of leading arum
- u to the Biaritaorthei. Piano., oaght to latlily
the fattidioaa eonnotiienr.
PIERCE A LtLE,
noll:inol. Main itreet, Sallai.
Estalliihed Jannary 1st, 1SC6.
f C JORDAN & CO.,
Dalliaa, Tela.
B. P. AUNSPAICH, - Cashier.
FIRST CLASS PAPER DISfOlXTKU AT BIASOH.
ABLE RATK8. COLLECTIONS M1BI M all
pud of the I'bIob Bad remlltet for Brsaipllr.
OOLB, SILVER AND CURRENCY
ioiJOIIT AND SOLD,
Wa draw at light for Gold and C.n.aey la
amouat. to loll I
Crroapia4mU. .
NEW TORE,
Swenwa, P.rklni A Co., SO Wall St. .
IT. LOUIS,
Boatman'. S.Ylog Ia.lltntloa.
VEW ORLEANS,
P.rklna, Sw.naoa A Co.
GALVESTON,
Ball, HutchlnpACo.
OPEN FROM 9 A. M. till 8 F. If.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
W. are aganti for th. following Pint Clan la
nranoeOenipani.a,and take ri.k. at rate, eliah
ll.bed ky Ih. Ballaa Board of Underwriter I ,
TBAlfKLIN FIBE INSURANCE 00.,
ef Philadelphia, Amu .1,3H,11 U
VABTFOlll) KIRK INSURANCE CO.. '
of Hartrord.Conn., Ah.u ...i,tO0fX 00
STATE INSURANCE CO., . . .
of Hanlkal, Me., Cub Aeaet $600,000 (0
MERCHANTS MUTUAL LITE INHUHANOI CO.,
of0llTOitn,0a.h Aaeete frail paldl.4U0,000 U
TFXAS BANKINU AND lNSbBANCE CO.,
of Oalreeton, Oaeh Oapltal.M.....M..,,ltU0,0M 00
PLANTERS' INSURANCE CO-
of Houatoa, T.xaa, Caah CaplUL.....WO,000 00
T. C. JOROAN eV CO.
rlntdwly
--OTirB. '
The ander.Ut.ed hai a larc amouat af Brlek
and Lima on band fur aale, aad will eieaaBg. for
wheal or corn alcibptlcec.
.'. . U.'IDMPHBSTI.
r.Pe4!a.eIJtt-tt, .
RUCTION
EVEUY DAY AT 10 A. M.
Except Sunday.
(Iul.legenc. Otto)
Pirllei wauling Labor or Sltnallou. apply to
M. A. 1I1BBLER,
AUCTIOMKER AND APPRAISER.
V..t corner of Ih. Square oppo.lt. Caiton A Worki
HUble,
Commorce - . Street,
TlDt-dwtf
yiLLIAMS ltllOS.,
Wholesalo k Retail
VKALEHI IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIGARS,
And Pure i
TWINES it LIQUORS
OP ALL KIKDS,
Elm & Mala
Street,
DALLAS, TEXAS,
nigb.it Caib price Bald for couutry produce.
ThoTbea the attention of the nubile to th. follow
lug eonimlaalon .ptwially dlrctod to tb.ui by Mea.r.
ateroer, Aguaw a uo. inoy alio announce iiieir
agency for Seuoun Celebrated Oaliiaya Billen. ,
BY APPOINTMENT.
The trade in (be United State, of America will
nleaaa obaerre that William. Bro... of D.IIbi. Toxa.
(United Statei), buva ueouiue agout for the al. of
utiruin. wewouiu.iK lauy reoemuiouu paiuwa 10
purchaa direct fnim tli.iu, iuoreby:proventliig fraud.
Mercer, Aguciv At Co.
Tl-n3-dly
8, 8. Jod.i T. J. tlronndi
g S. JONES &, CO.,
DALES IN
v
FAMILY GROCERIES
AND
Provisions.
NEXT BOOR TO ADAMS A LENOttD'S BANK,
Kim Street, - Dallas, Texas.
vl-ni-Dly
TOCK UEALEUS' HOTEL,
TUB BEST HOUSE IN
U&TJCosjitox'ii Kub1b1.
II THE '
GRAND CENTRAL,
'eLLSWOBTHi
Opened January 1, 1873.
TWO STORY BEICK,
NORTH MAIN STREET.
A. LARK1N, Proprietor. '
Feb. 1 1 , dl mo
JflFIY PER CENT. MADE ON
SAFE DIVESTMENT.
I will anil my Store Houia, on Elm alreet, oppnille
Block, Jett ACo'a, n.xtdoor to Gerllugtoo, Mar.
aalll. A Co.'., bow occupied by H. Whl, end routed
until October at one hundred dollar, per month
in ailrance. The Ilouae ie HO feet long by 2ft wide
lot UK) feet
Will he eold for 12,500 ea.li. It la la Ilia heart ef
the buiiueH center of Delia, aod the lot alone la
a ihort time will be worth the purchaae money.
8.D- BLAKE.
Apply to MM.n. Jeffrie, a Tarry or Block, Jatt A Co
az-dtf
ISSOLUTION,
Noticb Ii li.rebr (Itob that the eo-narln.r.hla
heretofore exiating between Walter aud William
Carnth, under th. Arm nam. of W. Caruia A Bro
I. tbla day diiaolvnd by mutual eo.ieal, and that
th. aaid Walter Carnth alon. I. authoriaad ta ..!
tie the ontetanding autinei. of Mid Arm. He may
b. found at the law otllce of R D Uongkauonr, la the
city of Ballaa, on Monday and laiarday af each
week, BntH the loth day of March next, ready to
make and receive payment., after which Urn. fur
ther iBdulgance will not be giren, tbla P.b. II, 1171
WALTER CARUTII,
tlaZ-dwlm WILLIAM CARUTII,
CALL.
Wathanndanlgned hereby reipoctrully call a
meeting of the teacher, of Dal la. coouly to aa.
aemhla la lb. court hooe., at Darllaa City, oa Batur
day thalWd lnt., at ton o'olock a. m
TbeoajMtof tk. meeting will ba to dleeui. .the
Itaatlou of Kbool mattara In our mldit, lo Inter.
change with freedom our eeYorel rlew., and thu. to
MM,u.. uitaaimitv of aetlua of aaachar. la the
pending educational crlele
OltlBen. ana inoprureeeiwnaii... ,h.i. "
K,aeat. Reapecllully,
.oaater.Texa., 1 . W. JACKSON.
fab. (, U7X j
Ml
Q.E0.W. GRAVES, V
Agant fcr 8. II. Baiuam A Co., Store Manufactunn
Albauy, New York, I. lathi. prtof tk. Stata, aad
reoorieth...l.of th.lrOOOU WILL CONSUL A
GONMADCO0K.INO STOVES a. ha.lng a larg.
. . .. i. W A JflNKN
aaie, aeja Bmg vml 1 " ' - -
A CO, of thl. oily are aula ageat. f.r the tlorea la
luia aeotiva.
D
R.WMVHENRY,,;
-.11. It nn.itoe r,ant Loadan. will DrBetlcO hi.
nroleMlua ia tbi. city, tr.atlug roul. dieeaeel of
all klnd.aa aipwlaliiy. Ue will wialt the reaid.BtM.
In tuUdty, aud a .late fer eddreu may ba (ktiad
t the.Wreao( Br. i. Wl ltyuM . l C
HmH40o.,WIH IITMI. - . Ar'4l"
THE DAILY HERALD.
D. McCAIVHll, Kdltor.
Our AgnalB.
Who areiutherl.ed lo racoleo lubiorlptloni and
adr.rtlaiiit for the lUl.y aud Weekly HaULl):
J.C. Chiw.SOO Broadwar, N.w York; 0. P.
Howell A Co., 41, Park ltnw New Yoik; Co.,
Weaiherlll i Co., Phllaileldhla I UrlMn A Hulfaian,
lUltiinor. ; T. Mclatyre, N.w Orl.an. N. U
Cuiblng, liouiton.
Immigration.
This is a subject to which the sub
stantial men of odp country aro
paying too little attention. It is
trno that renl osfalo agents, and
othor activo men ongnged in lunded
intoroBts, have proparod many
valuablo and intorosling tttatistics
rolativo to the rosourccB and ad
vantages of our State, and bavo
beon industrious in having them
circulated among tho inhabitants of
othor States and countries, and that
those publications have been of in
calculable bonofit to tho prosperity
of Texus by inducing the lido of
immigration hither, and in awolling
the volume of its population with a
rapidity unprecedented in tho his
tory of any State in tho Union.
But men, such ns we need in bring
ing to the surface the best intcrosts
of our country, roojiire something
more than mero financial argument
to convinco them of tho importance
of becoming identified with us.
There aro social and moral features
in every community which attract
men just us much as do tho admir
able advantages of tho soil, the
genial suns and soft winds which
make up tho material and physical
objocts which are indispensublo to
business success. We havo all theso
attractions among us in a flourish
ing and well developed Btato, but
strangers who corao horo can judgo
but littlo rospoting thorn bo
causo tboy are Btrangers,' And bo
causo their attention is not called
to theso sublime family quostions
nufflciontly often, by thoso with
whom tboy aro brought in contact.
The idea certainly prevails in tho
oldor Statos that society in Texas is
oxcoodingly crude. That churches
and school bousos nro scarco, and
that protection to life and property,
deponda as much upon tho musclo
and nervo of the individual as up
on tho due execution of the law.
Wearo in rocoipt of lotters almost
daily from inon in othor States mak
ing ;cncuirie8 with roforenco to
these peculiar characteristics, and
are inducod to )give place in our
columns to these remarks by the
hopo that tboy will suggest to those
who aro engaged in educating tho
ignorant tho importance of faith
fully representing all our advant
ages. Lot not tho cloud piercing
steeples eroctod by pioneer hands
to tho worship of the Mostlligh re
main silont in attesting the moral
worth of tboir builders and sup
porters, "but- rather lot their silvery
evidence tako' its place upon tho
tosoin of tbe'wiads und proclaim
as it flouts eastward, tho fact that
Toxans are a God serving people.
Introduco the school jhouses and
tho libraries, with their willing ton
gues to toll their own story of how
letters aro loved by young and old
and how eagor tho frqits of knowl
edge are sought and dovourcd by
our enlightened and advancod so
ciety. Our resources for wealth are
all known now, let the bns relief of
the picture bo addod, and the world
will give ua its tributos of the brav
est mon and fairest women to aid,
with handa and smilos, the accom
plishment of our fnture groatnoss.
" Indianb." Tho lollowing which
wo clip from an exchango, : illus
trates the only practical rosult
which can ever onsuofrom tho pa
cific course ofthoPresidonttowards
his genllo children, who infest our
borders.' Any man of mind would
havo loarned long ago, with tho ex
perience' which Gon. Grant has had
both civil and military, that Quak
ers and Quakor-guus aro but poor
instructors for the civiliEat'ion' of
those untamable devils of tho plains,
and would have resorted, ere now,
to moans and measure whioh would;
have loved many Jives, and, many
heap, throbaof intenaost palo, f
canioiicd by the luwlessnoa of the
Indian tribes !
The San Antonio Herald, of llieSih loot.,
It I ii formed that on tmluriiay, l.i iuat.,
Indians stole about tblny head of homos
from Mayer and I'm wilt, In Snbtnal Can.
oil. Tboy wore followed next day by eleven
mon; tbe lutliaaa were ovettukon wiibln
eight miles from where they took tin
hoises, Ibt oniumls rttakou'aud ii ludi
aus, including tbe chief, killed. A Utile
girl eight years old, nuiued Martha; L. Per
ry, was captured at the snuin lime, tsde
aayt she wits taken from near Comlon,
some 15 days before, ami that she is satis
fied her mother and fitiher were killed nt
the in mo lime, The Indians were suppos
ed to be Comanches. They ' wore poorly
armed, aud would not tight when ai
tacktd. i.. i..-. i' ,.i ....
. , OUR CITY. ,
Yesterday, strolling leisurely,
and wo might say ponsivoly, over
the beautiful suburbs that environ
us, drawing from nature the bet
tor life its beauties unceasingly
teach, wo could but think how lav
ish (md beon tho dispensation of
Providence in fashioning our city
in tholovoliest of woulds thatoould
allure tho eye or attract tho most
cultivated tasto. Nature hap done
her part, and dono it well ; it re
mains now for man, "the noblest
work of God," to beautify with tho
adornments that civilization and
cultivation suggost, the plots that
in thoir crude and unimproved con
dition offer . now a faithful earn
est of tho greater grandeur and
higher lovolinoss yet to como.
Who among us but believes in our
future?, Who doubts to-day that
Dallas will bo the Empire City of
tho North tho dopot where shall
bo concentrated tho untold wealth
from our neighboring counties a
very "Atlanta" in .permanency
and prosperity, no loss than in
growth ? Properly directed en
irot is all we want; wo nood
buildings pleasing to the taste and
attractive to tho oyo something
propoBsosBing in nppoaranco, that
will suggest to the visitor not only
rofinomont but permanency, and
that will cauBO him to inquire into
the "causes of things," and neces
sarily to make deductions, that
will insure tho investment of capi
tal and tho consequent develop
ment of resources.
In evon tho oldost established
placos somo changes are always ac
ceptable, and improvement ever
beara with it its own reward. We
live in an ago of progress, and we
must nood koop up with thotimos,in
this iuolatod instanco at least, devi
ating from to ," Carpe diem" idea
of tho ancient Horace, lot us look
to tho future of our city, so using
the powors mid' moans nt our com
mand that when wo pass into tho
"sunr nnd yollow leaf," wo can look
back in pride to the result of our
enterprise as a fitting monument lo
our labors.
Our Book Table.
Godey'b Ladies' Book for March
is alroudy received, It is an excel-
lont number, lulled to overflowing
with just such reading realtor as
tho- ladios enjoy. Tho embellish.
ments aro " Farewoll to Home, ' a
steol ,plato ; colored fashion plates ;
an alphabet for, marking ; " Christ
blessing little children," a wood cut
illustration : an cnlensive shoet of
fashions,and other useful articles for
ladies and children, and a work de
partment of fancy designs. . Tbe
subscriution price of the magaBino
Js 83. We will furnish the Daily
Herald and Godey for $12 por an
uum, coin.
Peterson's Ladies' National
Magazine for March is also receiv
ed. Chas. J, Petoreon, publishor,
306 Chestnut stroot Philadelphia.
Price $2 por annum; ,two copies $3
50. throo copies' $4 50. This mag
azine is filled with litorary contents
together with fashion platos, ic.
The engraving in this pumber Is a
beatt'ty, " Now don, all turn and
too me dump I -yK
Bit Thanks to tho Hon. M., 0
Hamilton, U. 8. Senate, for the re
port of tho Commissioner of Agri
culture for 1871. mh' :.' ' ; , ;
' " jt. The Houston Tolograph, Age
and Union all speak in kindly
terras of the Dully Herald., Thanks,
jjonlamoii." " " v-'-! ! ",:
Kegistration and Eleotion Laws-
Tho following aro tho goneral t
provisions of thq above bilU. now ,:
before the Logislaturo, and likely
to oecomo luw, with some
amendments :
BtaismATioM, -
Juslioe of the Peace to be Ilul.
I run of their stternl pmolno s. The
couuly courts shall provide books, blauks,
eto. l'koy iball give thirty duy uoliee
of their intended raaistraiion. and Dost
hondlills in tin plaoei. Thny mint ait for
registration fifty days,, but tiny st ,uy
time before the ' tins of retlsiou, ' It pro
vides the form of oath end hate to ha an.
certained, naine, ge, naliintliiiiiioii and
color. Xbe Juitiore .iball ait logatUar as
a Uoird of Uefiiion, of whioh meotlng '
they must give three duyi' noiioe, Tho
District Clerk uusi make a oeniticd copy
of the regiatvat ion lilt, und none but"
l hose whose names appear therein shall
be permitted to vote at IHatHot elections.
In county elvcliuae the Dial riot Clerk;
shall tlmielf be tbe . Ufgistrar. lie nisy .,
register su applicant ti auy liioe, except '
tbe tny before the election aud during its ' '
eotitinuanoe. "
Tbe Registrars have, while aoting, the'" 1 '
powers of the Uistrlot Judges. It also pro-'';' "
vidua for the appointment ofpolloe. K
affixes Iba penaltiea for non And uulfean-r-ance.
Defacing or destroying a reglalra- ,
tlon book or papers to be puuished by an ''
impriaoument of from one lo five yeara. -' '
The County Court to pay a registration
fee of fifteen oenw for eaoh voter regis
tered. A person registering more than
once lo be fined not more than $100.
ELECTION BILL. . . ;.
. A justices precinot lo constitute an elec-, t
tlon precinct. Justioea may re-divide t
their oounties, but the boundaries of elec
tions and judicial precincts shall be the (
same. The oounty oourla shall appoint '' "
the person to preside during on Ovotlon. ; ,
Tbe Governor shall order Slate and Con-. ti .
gre8sional eleotiona. Tbero must be 10 y
days notice given of all county eleotiona,
and whenever an office beoomes vaoant an '
eleotion shall be ordered; the day shall
not be more than twanty days distant.
Two persona, one from eaob parly lo aot ,
as judges. Polls to be opened from OA. (. ,
m. to cj P. m. ' The ballota shall have the
regiaterod number of votera written there
on. Do offioer of tbe eleotion shall exam- ' ,;
ine a ballot under penalty of front 14 to .
10 days ImpriBonmeuU A men may vote .
on a certificate or registration out or nis
county.' No ticket not numbered shall be
counted. The ballot box to be of wood or
led, to be sealed and delivered to the
District Clork within five days who shall
when a subpoena ia served ou him deliver
It for use in a onae of contest. Tbe Jus-,
tioes to oount tho ballots in thr presenoe
of two voters of the precinot or the Hitter-,
ent parlies, return day to be ten daya af
ter election, oio'.uding Sunday, returns ,
are not to be opened until then." The re
turns to be made to tbe returning officer v
who glvea cevtlflc&te of election, . Judgea
of election may appoint a pooial police. A
penalty ie provided for malfeaaanoe and
tiisfeaaance. All liquor shops within A
radius of two miles to be dosed. The
Governor te commission all officers eleot,
exoept the membera of Congress, of the
Legislature, and the Oovernor and Lieu
tenant Governor. It alao makes previa,
ions for all city elections. Fraudulent
voting, the creation of disturbance at '
eleotioua to be punished by fine and im
prisonment. ,
Judge J. L. Burnett telegraphs Qovecaor
Davis: 'Madisoaville burned, including
eourt-honse and records, by Incendiaries.
Bad etate of affairs there. If puaaibie,
send Adjutant-General and aqued of po
Hoe." ; , ,.,.,. . .
So ears an exchange This small
circumstance tends to show the an-,
imus of the "party of hate."
Among the pooplo of Texas no such '
Bpirit of revolution and disorder ' ' 1
exists, and tbd above ie but a pitia
ble subterfuge resorted to by this ; H
unprincipled toot of radical appoint-
ment, in the vain hope, of porpotur Sj ; r
ating tho oxistonce and attending
tyrannios and uflurpations of the . . -venal
crew that Commands his ser. ' .
vicos. The time will ere long come " '
when our judiciary will be a pride'
to our Stato, and much of. tho loath- '. .,; J
some fruit of radical legislation and .
appointment "will be supplanted by
thoso qualities of probity And dig- ; ' j '
nity that ia a judge, above all oth-, , ,
ers, should ehine most conspicu- -
ously. : : : f"; v-i
' ' The Veto Message-
' The people of Toxaa have demanded 'the
repeal of the odious militia lawvi Go..rrt iUv
Davia insists that some cliaraoter of mill-
tia law is required by the constitution of . t,
the 8tate and the United States, but con
aiders that the Leglalature has exolualve
inii near tha orbitrarv feature of the . - ''
present sot. Thia being the eaee, a mill-
tia act may be passed amendatory of the
present law! by which the third and twen- ,
ty-slxth and twenty setenth sections of
the present aot, together with supplimen- '
lary aot of W71, may be superceded. LTbia, .
would abolish whatia known ae the Stale ,,.
Ouarda, and all power In the Executive to ,
deolare martial law. We learn that a .bill
ia In the proceaa of preparation which H i
la thought will meet the wants of the i
eountrv hnd theapprovel of the Exeoutlte.
-Atutin Gattttt. 1 . " ' '
The Waco Examiner gives an aeooont -
of a terrible murder committed in Coryell
county. The horsemen rode uplothegata
of Mr. Wyatt Ball nd calling Mm out . ,
ahot bin, from the eflect of which be died
Klie -lMloaefth. bloTde' - ? J
except (hat bl nllPisi la ia topete i J
taBteaie,
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