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THE DAILY HERALD.
MEOSESDAI, HIRM 80, 18M. BY TELEGRAPH. FROM AUSTIN- (jkII to t) Hwalil Auitln, Miroa ?S, 1678. Honi JntroduoH Anotlur petition r,rent4 forlnj tbt liquor Itw. petition from Wet two Ytxu wtN.lag tbt nock railing, 'tiuo taking for aid la tbt ihr. of Until 10 aaatit m euiidiog iDt inaikDolt, Etn Antonio ana ci ruo railroad. ritltloni from metal niw eountlii lilting for moijinoatioo of pniln law. Dill latroduoad king jury otrtifioaUi receivable for county uti apd rtg.la lijig petition feet. An aot aniandioi leotloa ono of aa aot ooootrnlqg private torporatloni. Alto an tot to tipedite butlnett la tbt Ultiriot joiirii, Dill providing far tad regulating me ehalos' d artlioni' leln. 1'blt glret mfchnnlos' loin preaedoaot. Dill to teikbliab a normal tobool at jlarmony, Walker count;. Dill to iuoorporatt the town of Moat gomery. Supplemental to Texat ad Eaitern Hallway Incorporation aot, To proTido for tlto enrollment of judge menu iu lb Count of lb Slate. BILLS FAMED i Resolution diaobarglng all but three porters. Congressman Qidding't, on floor or ihs House. SKNATI INTRODUCED. Joint resolution regarding reduotisn of judicial Distriots. Joint resolution amending artiola two of Constitution. Resolution to provide for the registra tion of deeds. Dill conferring power on OoTernor to set tie with Williams and Quion, iadofin llely poHtponed. Substitute for Sohosl Dill reported flora committee ordered prihted. BULLS 1'ASoED; Prescribing prooeeJiug in matter of probote. Providing for llio registration e vo ters. Gutss. Associate Press Dispatches. Noon. Washington, Mar cb 'J5. Rev. J3. Thom as, the new Peace Commissioner has gone to Vau urcwer. tapt. jack sent a squad to the Klamatn indtaus inviting tnein to join him. ile says as soon as the grass growsjio will leave the Lava Beds and burn the ranches and kill the settlers. This mossage causes fears of trouble with the Indians on the lower Klamath river, who belong to quite a formidable tribe. There are no new movement of troops re ported beyond tbe Arrival of reoruits. On pi. Cnsoal, of Oregon, has gout to tbe warm spriugs to ro-organizo his famous Indian scouts Alex. J. Scnnick, of San Diego, died in jail to day, probably from poison. The suit in Kentucky growing out. of tho California Diamond swindle hits been compromised and the suit disuiittseJ. Tbe complainant frets $00,000 cash. Tbe suit wasjtor $350,001). One engine on tbo Chicago, Miohigan & Lake Shore road, ran off the track to day, caused by n broken journal. The engi acer fireman and brakeman were killed. Passengers uninjueed. ItutLorsof impending strikes canse un certainty in many branches of trade and industry. Tbo master carpenters decided jo be no longer governed by eight hour rule Goo' Francis Train goes to the lunatit asylum. Twenty -five hundred emigrants ar med in New York yesterday. Tbe troops neared to within three miles ofCapl, Jaok't Cave, and relumed to camp. Tho English naval foroign estimates for the coming year exceed last year nearly $200,000.. Uliayas' resignation as Spanish miu initer to France has been acorpted. It is reported that Viol Lamb has been appointed Capt. Uenonil of Cuba, sod Lieut. Geueral Primnde Rivera of Porto Rico. The German squadron lias been ordered to cruise on Spanish waters, Loudon, March 5. Consuls 92$ to 02; fives Oil 1'aris rents 05 to 70. Liverpool, March 25. Noon. Cotton, opened firm; uplands, 0 d ; Orlaaut February and March, 9 9-10. Later. Cotton firm ; uplands 9 to 9j d. Sales 1200 bales to speculators aud 8,000 for export. From Savannah and Charleston, in February and Maroh, Of to 9. Uread ntufls steady ; corn, 28; lard 39. Now York, March 25. Cotton dull ; sales, 613 bales; uplands, 19 j I Orleans, l'Jj. Flour, Btcady ; wheat, steady at $1,05 to$l,00 ; corn, firm; pork, firm new nt 10,00; laid firm; western steam, 8J to 91-10; freights, quiet; stocks, dull; gold, firm at 115; money, firm at 7 to 6 1-10 and interest' Exohnnge long, 7 liort,8ji governments, doll; States, dull and steady. - , ,. and Arrived: steamships, Manbatten Egypt from Liverpool. ' IWidalghl. New Orleans, Maroh 25. Flour 62 to corn dull, lower, white and yellow, bay 65; mixed, 00 to 61; bran dull at BOjdull dull, lower, prime 9 J; molasses dull, prime 61; fair rc-bailed 65; sterling 24J; tight per gold 14 J; ootton quiet, sales 6,100 bales good ordinary 10; low middlings 18 to IN); middliugs 1'Jj; mid Orleaut 19); re ceipts 2,827; exports Liverpool 2,476, Ge neva 1,009; stock 214,230. Philadelphia, March 25. Aotor Baker's funeral to day otitis residenoo; largely at tended by tho profession. New York, March 25. Monsigneur Mer miliad, the exile prelate of Geneva, Swit-: Krland has been made a Cardiaal. Providence, U. I., March 25 Fire in Phoenix Village; loss $100,000, inoluding the National Hank and Masonio Lodge. Washington, March 25 Full Cabinet Tbe threatened withdrawal of postal cars disousBtd. Gen. Gordon, Senator from Gs., wat called to I be chair to preside over tha Sen ate for a short time. Courtesy was ex tendod to him by Vioe President Wilton. 1'hit it the first time an ex-Con federate has ben called on to preside ovir tho Sen ate. ... Several lending lawyers think the Post master Gencrnl. has authority to compel trains i0 continue running postal cars. Ike Senate resolution congratulating poin upon tho abolition ot slavery in 1 orto Ilioo, passed. lommitteeo" prlvlleie, and altolloni -ereexrtued torn farther eonsluer.tlan u, imp cnargri or orioery agalntt Bom ofMlttonrl. i lha Clavlnn aaaa hi....... j ... ,h,.t hrl" wer botiuitalntd- Oen. Whitt1iy,forintrly of Frttdmin'i . io mi inunt Aty. turn IO-aaV. tttltat lonfhaan m. iir.w. 'f P)yl. oi by Ibt ad v lot of um pujBiumu SHU frienus. Wishlngton, March 25,-Conllrinatloni -Bbelley, at collootor 1st Hit, North VBUUIIDOJ, NomlnatlontH. M. Taylor, at oolleo' tor 8d met. or Tsat?J. A. HomervllU, Kt. ool'tr of publlo monlet. Mobil. Th general R.R. Tleket Aent't eon. ouon aojourni to-morrow, Aatra which iney art arranglnt go lalo effeot next May. Change! trifling and do not affeot 6 ptr otnt of the polntt iq which tlokett r. sola rroni Atltntlo eltltl. Ntw York, Maroh 25 Cotton dull.tnld. uplandi, 19f. Orleani 19; louthern flour, unohanged, 16; to 8; whliky nor aotlve, t 9 wktat to S btlter with fair dt, mand pork iirong, 10; new mtts. firmer) 9 to 8J; turpentine flrmtr) rotin flrmtr) (8 28; gold 1 16 to 1 16; govern mtnti Heady and market strong ootton net rtoeiptt 568; grots 8069; tales for tx- pnruo-aay 100 bales; last tvenln 817 na tt; taiei for futura dellvtry, 18,800 oatet, at roiiowt: March 181 to I8I01 April 18 MB to IP; Mav 1(4 to 19 8-10 June 19 to 19; Jul? 19J to 19 9-18. New York, Maroh 25. Atrlved-iloam. trt San Salvador and Hunttvllla from Bavanfh. Liverpool, Maroh 25. Cotton closed quiet, and iteady; uplands 91 to 9; sales 12,000 bales; speculation for export 2000. bales; American 7000 bales; sales shipped from Savannah and Charleston, February and March 9 7-16; March and April 9 6-16; yarnt and fabrics at Manchester quiet and firm. Liverpool, March 25. Arrived : Jos, Duncan from Charleston, with 2.859 bales cotton. Boston, March 25. Suit of V. 8 II P. R. R. ordered by aot of Congress, wil probably b tried. A Card To the Citizens of Dallas City, and Country at large : Tlio UndcrEtiffricd linsriRtnrilisIirwl himself as ft Renornl Stock Auction- cer, Appraiser and Commission Merchant in your midst. Stock of all kinds, Real Estate. Goods, Fur niture and Household Effects of ev ery description bought and sold on tho most reasoriablo terms. In connection with the above bit- sincsa, I havo established an Intel ligence Office, whern I will applications for business of every nature, and hopo to bo ablo to give just and general satisfaction to all purtips. Office Corner Houston & Com merce Streets, Dallas, Texas. Respcctfully.'M. A. HIBBLER. March G, 1873 -dn21:tf J.DEUTAKIXG. A. W. MOE.TOW ItopctfnlIy liifornia the cltlioni of THIIm and tin liirr.iiindinn eonntli-i Hint lio lina Attnl up hll (tlllinint ou Coohran Ctreot, xpronlr fur tha tnutnnfl, nnd fs prrpiircil to make Cnftlnw t tli liorle notl.p, tooriliT, nnil trlmtlicm In allttylrn, lie nlao kuepa on hand, at at! tlmai, coffina of all al.w, realty made, with thcxiptlcn of (rimnilnt, which he can doliver at an ln:iir'i notice, day or nlRht, lit. haaalan mniln arriiiigeineiiti to ktep on hinid w full aasortment of Motalio Iturlal Ciikch, which he can dcllvar on call. He lina tha exclnalta agency fortheiia Durial Ciwa, fur Uallaa and anr. ruuudlntr cutiutlca, ami can aupply them at the low. eat prlcos. Having provided himaelf with a Due OVAL-GLASS HEARSE, and niH-cumirv npimndiicpi, lie will undertake all tha neceasary nrrmit'eniHiita for liurlala with dlapntch. Ile lias determined i0 ninke Ihla hta exclusive oilalneai, ana reapectrlly uxka the pntrnnnce nt tlit pnlitlc A. W. MOIlTOf. tfl Cochran (late Mull) Street I) 11. J. W. MILLER, riiyician and Surgeon nftTtrfftiHv Inform the citizen of Pulls thul hftrndimffid in tin- Vlrglnm Stale MpiIickI CollPt;, Inirh, lsfil, wan durpwoo nt (.'lijrt'lturaw Hoiilti., Rirhmotid. Vh., dnrinit th wr. Tlmt wn one of tltfl lnrjcont In Ilia ( ciifi jrrsry, there vnt ninplf room tor .'t.DtH) Ailcnli. lit fans tipen in m tlve pmctice !n Vf rginia Iroin the rln of lli wnr mi til ilir 24th (Jhv ut lieromher 1H7'2, whnn he fort for Trznt4, linn loralctl lu this city nl ofTtTs hi wr Wet to tho imtillc. ItfUr to Meri. Chirk A Bry an. D4 Offlco nnd rilnco Xorth of CnmlrlnM(l I'reohf liM-iHD I'luirch, hot worn Houston and Jffr 11 Btrryi. nhii n-tlatui ISS ANNIE SMITH, Urnrrnl Nrira Agent, and deater In LATE PERIODICALS, Jefferson St., next to Pot OIBce, DALLAS, TEXAS, In connocllon with all Hie latoat Journals pub. Untied In tho Unltul MatM, ihealaokrepa the finest Clgarr, Tobaeto and Jtotlona, to whWU ihe Inritea tho attention of th pulilic. n'iniltf. J S. PENN, C0NGBES8 AVENCB, t jAHSTIK, TEXAS Books, Station er Newi nnd Tarletlea, Suhicrlptlon) rtoelvod for all papera and Mngailnoa, RECEIVIi O NEW GOODS EVERY DAY School booka ! Shool hook ! ( j 1 , " ' ; J. '! '"I 'I Blank hooka t Blank hooka I dolRrena! Goldrtnil Wall papar I Tall paper I uto-dtf Etc., Etc. R O0MS FOR BKSI, iin.ruMnM In tha Southern Dart of tha City, three lilncke from the 8o,uar. Tot further partlenlara enanlra of .... Dao7-U:tfl MRS. S.BISOHAM. ARKSDALE Si EDLEX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Dallas, I)ec.!!8,loTSlfctf Texas. I 4 IK It HOW I V AJIS l,KW!' WboleiI A Retail mim lit Staple And Fancy Groceries, FR0VJ8I0H!! TOBACCO, CMkAM, WINES & LIQUORS Or ALL KIXDS, Elm ft Main 1 1 Itrvat. DALLAS, TEXAS, Highlit Caih prloapald for country produoa. Thayker tha attiatlan cf thapnhllc to the WW IliU aoniatlulou apecially dlre-ted to then hy M'H'l Uerevr, A mew k Co. Thev atao annnnnra their ajenoy for Beuoqri Celebrated Callaaya Bitten. BTATPOIXTMKNT. Thttrailaln Hie Dulled Hiateeof America will pleaaa ohaerve that William Brua., of Pallaa, Texaa (United Stntna), have hacome aaant Da- tha ante uf our Gin. We would apeclnlly recemmeud partlea to purchaa direct n-mi lliara, thereby praveiitlna fraud. mercer, Asnew&C'o. vl-n8-dly Colonial Square, London RUCTION EYE II Y DAY AT 10 A. SI. Except Sundny. (Ititelegonca Offlce rtrtloa wautlug Labor or Situationa apply to 31. A. HIBBLER, , AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER. Weat corner of tha Square oppoalte Gnaton A Worka Stable, Commerce - Street. vl-nJ-dwtf P T A N AC I Weara the Anentaof taa ARION PIANOS, ofKaar York, which we are ael)iii( at nanulac- tnrer'a prlcea. Toi durability, aweelneaa, full neaa ami rlchneea of tone, workinaliNhip and tlu. lah, Ihry are not aurpiiaaed 1 y any Inatrnmenta nuulo In Dili country. Avoid the iltlny and rlak of ahlpplnp; ly pnrclinatne; of hh, Krery Piano iagunraiiti'eil,anilthe tliouciuiita of them now in UKe and theenrontiunia of lendlnitarttata aa to the mcrila of theae l'lnnei, onht tosatiafy the faatidioua oonnoinaeur. PIKRCE A LYLK, notl:(lmoa. , aiain atreet, Dallaa. gU BSCRIBK FOR THU DAILY HERALD. pAST STOCK FOR SAIE. I will sell tha best Buggy Team in Dallas, with or without harneas and bug gy, at Kpizootio prices. Cull at my stable and examine the outfit. W. W. OUR. Dallas, January 10, 1872 13:lf. JjWAHTII & DOUGLAS, MERCHANT TAILORS. THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Cut and made by EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. Jeneraoa Ntreet, between lluiii and Klin, nlfi:d:tma Hi.i.a. Tr.ja. JAW I LA W I LAW I LAW ! Our Ilonthly Law Cin nlar will be luallnl to the addreaaof every Lawyer In Tex:n de.lrfiiy tt. Ou hand planty of T..n Itupurta V. . 14 I. M Atao, Saylea' Pleading!, Probate Law, ('Kiiatlln'tima I'aarhal'a IHire-t, etc. Alto, a birte g'neral etnek of Law B.H,ka. K. II. Cl'SIHNQ Haich,lS7;l,-n24:lm W.J- McCeunliind R. M. Scripture. "JJALLAS HOTEL, McCAtSLAXD i SCRIPTURE, Proprietors. OOtt. OP JEFFERTON & COMMERCE 8TS. facing tha Sijuaro Dallas, - Texas, nl-vlnlly WH. L. WILLIAMS. ROOT. B. SKAT yyiLLIAMS & SEAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Dallas, TlXAt. Odtce Over Aah & W'ajuer', Store. no26w-no26dlyr. K. Jt'DowJii. F. SI. IUmmosp. jJcDOWELL Si HAMMOND, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROOEHS, COTTON D1DES & COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT OdJ-Fellowa Biitbllng, Dallag, nl-Tl-rtly Texas. aia. r. AT.roan, Oalreatnn. w. a. THAI,, Wainhnchle. r. n. rannacaa, St. Loula. LFORD, MILLER & VEAL, ; 09 fimnd, Oahvatoa, Ttxiu. Alford, Vcl & Co., SIS Jt. Commercial St., St. Lonla, Mo. Cotton Factors, Central Cemmission Icrchaits, AXD PURCH1SIXG AGEXTS. Barnlnj and Tlea fnrnlahed at lowi at cnah intra, to be nnii1 for when cotton la aold, Ordira ant to ell li ar honae for Merchandise, Plantation tMiphlk'a,Kitriu. Cteualla, Machinery, etc, promptly filled. Bichaoge for ule oi Stw York, Xtw OrlriBi mi St. Loatt ' Minna. T. C. Joida A Co., Bankera, Dallaa, Tea aa, will make lilioral adrancua on coniiKiinieiita t either of theabore houaea. Juue (1, 1W.M3: Ir Arrived and fa Sprig anil Tho Lurgost Stock of NEW SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, 40., That havo ovor graced tho counters nnd shelves of any houso.in the , City or Stnte. Their dopartmonts in Domestic G-oods In vnrioty nnd quality, ore second to none of our largor Southern and Western Cities. Their Dress Goods When Goods aro shown on their countors, undor their splondid Sky light, in their oloant Sture, are dazzling in . beauty, and contest partly of ' Poplins, Silks, Lenos, Ironframe. Satin Stripe and Brocliet Grenadines, Printed Linens, Linen Lawns and Muslins. THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT Will bo completo with all kinds of Goods in thut line, such aa PIQUES, JACONETS, CROSS-JMItHED MUSLINS, VICTORIA AND ' BISHOP LAWNS, NAINSOOKS, SOFT FINISHED CAM . BUICS, WHITE MARSAILLES QUILTS, SWISS AND MULL MUSLINS PATIST, LIKEN LAWNS AND CAMBRICS, ORGAN DIES, TARLATANS, EM BROIDERIES, AND AIL 'KINDS OF LACES, LACE COLLARS, SHAWLS, &c., Ac. Irish L incn Towels and Table Cloths of every de scription, defying competition. BOOTS AND SHOES. They make a Specialty of that branch, keoping all the host mnkes of Batchollor's Goods nnd othors for plantation use, bosides tho boBt of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New Ark Hand sowed goods for Ladies' and Gentlemon,8 woari Thoir Ketnil Slock in this lino is largor than any ot our rogular shoe stores while their prices aro lowor. MEN'S BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING. Which thoy mnnufactnre themselves, is another great item in thoir tusinoBs. Tbo assortment Is equal to tho largest oxclusivo Clothing Houses in the State, togethor with a full line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS; also tho Latest Styles of HATS. Our Mr. A. Sanger is at presont In New York, together with oar resi , dont buyor, "Mr. I. Sanger, und thoy both boing truly alivo to ' tbo demand, will buy nono but tbe most Fashionable Good), and such that the country requires. Buying for Cash in largo quontitietf. for four Houses on tbo Central Railroad, from manufacturers and importers, we are proparod to soil to Merchants as low ns thoy can buy at St. Louis, New Orleans and Galren ton, nnd would respectfully ask thorn to oxamino our Stock bofo.ro going elsewhere. SANGER BROS. DALLAS, SHERMAN, BRYAN, AND CALVERT, TEXAS. Dallas, Texas, March 21, 1873.-dn34 to Arrive ! ! Summer Gootis ! 0 Department. THE HEHAL1) SOB , OFFIOB IS THE . flft Complete u u,e Intvilor of tbt Kate, belngr nun. lilted vrttlt a A LARGE SIZED CUIN'DEH . NEWSPAPER AW ADAMS' JOB PRESS, AND A. L.UIGK BIZK WASHING TON BAND-PBSSS, BESIDES TWO OTHKIl JOB PnHSIaK ordarad anil on tha way. . -i " ;' ALSO A DRY VRS3S, VAFJQR CUT- TBR. OAXID CUTTSR, Andarara olharaonvanlanca Ibr turnlnj out Job nori ooatlj and with Planatoh. Our Job Workman hara no tuparlnri In lha country lor lane anu alclll, and our aaaortuiaHt at J OB TYPE la larga mud mnrtantly b alng ineroaiad u nw BtylM ara brought out. In addition to thaaa facllltlM we ihall loo i hare attached to tho Oltloo, whan wo en fUrnlih a kind, of PAMPHLETS, BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Our Job Work dona liorotofora ipeakl for Itielf, and wo aim to and ili.ill liniiroroln our work with lha tliuea. EVEttT KINO OF JOB "WOrilSL Done Promptly and 'Cheap, SUCH AS Busiiie Cardsi, lVedtlin C:.ird, Visiting Cards, Merchants' Blanks. Legal Blanks, Pamphlets, rosters, Etc., AND, IN FACT, ALL KINDS OF WORK. eiTK IT! A CAM. AND BUB OU SPECIMENS At PRIUES. OFFICE i Por. IClm nnd Houston Mtrnolaj. J. V. SWINDELLS '& CO., FlIOPKIGTUK !5