THE DAILY HERALD.
IIIl'IiSUAT, MARCH J7, ISM.
fascial to tliO Herald,
Aiittlh, Jlnroh 20, 1878.
Hotm. Mr. W Inkier of Navarro, n
granted an inUefi nite leave of absence,
ami Mr Davenport leave for ten davj.
Mr. Killougn was added (o the Commit
tec on Iuternul Improvement!.
Petitions inteoboceu. From citiiens
of Robertson County, in favor of remov
ing record of the County OwensTille. Re
monstrating against the division of Hill
In reference to the conducting of elect,
ioas In 1 Paso, charging Fountain with
holding his gent against the wishes of the
people of that district and fraud in his
A communication was reocived from the
Governor transmitting the report of Ad
jitttiut Gen. Drittuin, regarding the Lamp
aiscs afliiir, which wan read.
liius rRKSENTun Authorizing Milam
county to levy a lax for buildiug a jail.
The bill for the relief of the citizens
Ttho luve assessments during the existence
ut murtinl law in Leon, Limestone, and
Walker Counties came up as unfinished
business, which was parsed by a vote of 40
The Committee on military afftTairs ro
poit in favor of compensating J. J. Ga
thiugs for money paid to the State Poliue.
lluis tabbed. Incorporating the
the town of Clinton, DeWitt county; in
corporating tho "Farm Press Company ;'
establishing a uniform time of holding
municipal elcotions throughout the State;
incorporating the Leesburg Institute, in
Upsher county; concerning town and
city corporations; referring to fees of
JJuyors and other offioers. Adjourned.
Senate Thespecial Committee, to whom
was referred the veto message of the Gov
ernor, on the bill providing for the natur
alization of foroign poor residents re
ported in favor of its passage.
A mesiago was recoived from the Gov
ernor asking tho confirmation of Juo. W.
tilonn as State Geologist.
.Mr. Shelly introduced a bill rppropriat
ing $500 for the purpose of removing the
bodies of tho murdered Stale Policemen
to the Slate Cemetery at Austin.
The bill regulating writs of mandamus
nnd guo-warrantsxiTilH came up as un
finished bussiuesu. Messrs. Urotighton
sml King favored the bill, and Piokett op
posed. The debate continued until cut off
by the special order, being the calling up.
on rou lor private diiis. Adjourned.
Calvert, Texas, March 20.
Sjiocial to the Herald.
Trains numbers 6 and 8 collided at the
Pnckory, i miles south of this placo to
day. Loth engines badly damaged and
several cars sniBuhed up. No person re
ported Injured. Andy.
Tho forgoing explains itself, and will
account for any delays which may oocur
in tho tiansactiou of freights and mails
Associated Press Dispatches.
Washington, March 20 A fire occurred
at Elmirn, N. Y., which burned the Opera
House and other houses loss $00,000.
The fire was the work of an inoendiarr.
' Philadelphia, March 20 Elizabeth
Tomlinson was fatally burned to-day by
a coal oil explosion.
St. Louis, March 20 The most severe
storm of the season prevails here.
Chicago, March 20 The wort snow
storm of the season culminated last night
in a severe gale. Eight inches ofBuow
on the ground. The streetcars were stop
ped, and all railroads run slowly.
New York, March 20 Marshal Magru
da, who was convicted of shooting with
intent to kill, was sentence to 10 years'
hard labor in the Penitentiary.
The streets here are slippery with Bleet,
nnd many accidents have occurred fiom
The steamer Crescent City was Bold at
auction to-day for $0,000.
A man and his wife, atJamacia, L. I.,
bled each other, preferring that to death
from starvation, lioth will probably
Antoine Bemonbra, member of the Cu
ban Congress, who arrived here, reports
that the insurgents have abandoned their
aims, and are in good spirits, making
steady progress in the Eastern depart
ment, and will soon compel the Spaniards
wholly to withdraw from that department.
Scmbrona secretly left the Island in an
Bridget McShane, who was found dead
in a tenement house on Scammel street,
proves to have been murdered by another
man named MoNamce, in a brutal drunk
en brawl. The latter fractured the for
mer's skull with a bottle. A child was
burned to death in the same) tenement
house on the same night, (Friday.)
London, March 20. Noon An advance
in the bank rate is expected. Consols 02
to 92j ; i'iveeOl.
Later The bank Tate has advanced
one-half per cent. It is now 4 per cent.
Liverpool. March 26. Noon Cotton
opened firm at 9 to 9J ; Orleans 9 to 91.
New York, March 20, Gold firm at 1G :
government dull and steady ; State bonds
dull and steady : money steady; eotton
dull. Sales 1228 bales; middling uplands,
l'-'J; Orleaus lUf. Flour, steady; eorn,
firm; western mixed, 60 to 64 ; afloat,
southern white 72 ; pork quiet and very
firm; new, $10,00 lard Tory firm; west
ern steam, 8 0-15 to 8J.
New York, March 26 Flour dull, doub
le 6 treble 7 to 7; choice family 9J to
11; corn lower at 60 to 62 oats 42 to 44;
pork quiet, mess held at 17; dry salt meats
dull 6, 8, 8); bacon dull; sugar dull, in.
ferior4J; good to common 7; molasses dull
nnd unohanged, whisky dull at 89 to 95;
terling 24 j; sight par gold 15; eotton
quiet, sales 4,600; good ordinary 16 j; low
middling 18J; middling 19; middling Or
leans 15; receipts 6,963; exports for Liv
Washington, March 26 Senate Car
penter was re-eleoted President pro tern
of the Senate. Lecywas direoted to no-
"y me rresident of the Tact,
The Belect committee on transportation
ordered to Inquire what legislation would
be necoessary to cause the connection of
Fosial cars. Alcorn called West'i resolu-
tion authorising Committee on thelites
of Mtistsmppl to act during the reoe t
umcwoere. . terry, of Con
necuciit. oh ecleil in ollii.:.1
and raised the point of orJer against the
ir.iM.iun. mr. i Handler ipBisled that
nothing praotical could come out of this
subject, and opposed giving the authority.
...... ......r uiacussion tue point or or
der was overruled by 2JU19, and the
resolution wna then ..iri.ri c.
journed tine dii.
tinoinnati, March 20-The republicans
nominated 8. 8. Davis, Mayor
Chicago, March 20-W.L. Longtoneon
fcBses killing his mother and little girl
near Paradise. He was instigated there
to by his wife.
London, March ' 2(J-f)ispalehe( from
Madrid iy that Senor Costoller, Minis
ter of Foreign affair,, and Gen. Aoosto,
Minister of war will probably retire from
the Spanish Cabinet.
Washington, Maroh 20Confirmations
-Captain Taylor, collector 3d Texas dis
trict: PrOlltV. CnllfnlAi. t u.
buna, Texas; tggleson, colleotor 2d dis
tnotof Miss.; Cass, receiver ofpublio
mener. Jackson. Mia., n...:.
of Internal revenue for 4tn district of
N. C.j bommerville, receiver of Mobile
courtolaims. Adiourned In MnnH.
Thore 18 lOme Cnilfnuinn ri...t.
P08tn.r.BterS. C ftrlr nt'SUv U a i
Motion lo reconsider his confirmation.
uicumoua, v a., March 20.-Joint roso
lution endorsing fl Avnik..'u ..i.. ...
... a ' " wt a uinu iui
assumption by the Federal Government of
the debts of the States has passed both
bouses of the general assembly and the
Governor has been instructed to forward a
copy of the resolmi fill fttlfl kia tnnana
some subjeote to legislatures of several
7"'' " Dcmue passeu a joint resolu
tion to amend Stale nmiiiiiiiinn ...
provide for biennial session of the gener-
Augusta, Ga., March 2fl.-Joseph T.
Cunry, a so-called prophet and apostle of
the new dispensation, charged with adul
teries and fornicaton was tried. He came
from MaBsackuaeiu nhnni. . -;,u
a colony and settled in Columbia county,
and lived in tents, and held properly in
. Bjiiiiium aim
- - UlUU Dill uu vii n
for a verv briif limn Kill nxm.l.a tnlrl
to himself too many wives, jealousy and
insubordination followed, and many re
turned home, haul nr. In h r,.. I !ik
free passage to the nearest seaport, either
v""",ul1 r oavannan. i many ttie colo
ny became aa rlpmni-nit.o.i ......
licentious, that the grand jury indicted
him and bis Queen Paramour. Curry,
robed in white linen, with head nnd foet
bare in imitation of our Savior, appeared
before the court. Hi Queen nnnpoi-cl ;
some sttiro, with white stockings on
her feet and while bow in her head.
Speaking in his nn .lofannn ha ,ni
tained that men and women could live to-
geiuBrasman and wifewithoutcobabiting
and that by mortification and prayer,they
could beooine perfcot. He repelled the
charge of insanity, displaying much eru
dition and familiarity with the scriptures.
Curry had revelations after revelations
that the new era had dawned when men
nnd women should como out from the na
tural order of things to a higher state of
After speeches from the prosecuting and
defense the jury retired, nnd after half an
hour's absence returned with verdict of
guilty, with recommendation to mercy.
Scntenco will be dol'erred for a few weeks.
It is thought the prophet nnd his followers
will be given an opportunity to find an
other Caravan far away from here, in
which to pitch their tents.
New York, March 20. Cotton net re
ceipts 3119 ; gross 101 ; sales for ei ports
045; Bales for future delivery 14,050, as
follows: For March 18 to 18 7-16; April
18 to 189-10; May 18 13-10 to 18J; June
19 1.10 lo 19 5-10; July 19 6-10 to 10 J;
flour modorate ; whisky very quiet and a
shade firmer; wheat very firm, holders
ask 2 to 3 advance, which checks busi
ness ; corn in fair demand and firmer,
chiefly for ol d ; rice quiet at 8 to 8; beef
and lard steady; turpentine dull; freights
quiet and steady.
Liverpool, March 20. Cotton dosed
quiet; uplands flj- lo 9 ; Orleans lo
sales inolude lO.OOOAmerican from Savan
nah or Chnrloslon, February and Maroh
9J ; Short ribs SO.
W'anhington.March 26 Later. It is
ascertained that the Georgia Postmaster,
Clark Downing, stands better, and Taylor
New Orlcnns, March 20. Frame build
dings, Schulz jewelry store, on 99, and
Kron I's shoe store on 97 Camp sreet, burn
ed, and residence of Mrs. R. N. Jennings
on 95 Camp street, badly damaged. Loss
f 20,000. Partially insured.
To the Citizens of Dallas City, and
Country at large :
Tho undcrsignod lias established
himsolf as a general Stock Auction
ccr, Appraiser nnd Commission
Merchant in your midst. Stock of
all kinds, Real Estate. Goods, Fur
nituro and Ilousohold Effects of ev
ery description bought nnd sold on
the most rcasonablo terms.
In connection with the nbovo bu
siness, I have established an Intel
ligence Office, whero I will rocoive
applications for business of every
nnt.nrn. nnd hntlo to bo nblo to CIVO
just and genoral satisfaction to all
Office Corner Houston & Com
morco Streets, Dallas, Texas.
Bospcctfully.'M. A. HIBBLER.
March 6, 1873-dn21:tf
A. W. MORTON
Roipectfiilljr Informs tha cltiaena of Pallaa and tha
aurruiimling countloa thnt he ha fillml uphliei
tnlillnliment on Cochran Strrt-f, xprMly for the
bmliieu, an4 ia prrnered to make Cofllnt at the
shortcut notice, to order, and Irlm them In all itylee.
He ttlno kee p on hand, at all times, cc.fflna of all
alio, ready mode, with theexceptlcn of trimming,
which he can deliver at an hour's notice, day or
uight. HehaaalKo made arrangementi to keep on
hand a full amort men t of
Motalic Burial Cases,
which hacan deliver on call. Ilahaa the excloiiva
agency for theee Burial Caeea, for Dallas and anr.
rounding conntlea, and can aopply Ihem at the low.
eat prlcti. llaving provided himaelf with a Sue
and necwiary appcndonen, he will undertake all tha
naceiaary arrangement for burtala with diepatch.
Behai determined to make this nil exclnilve
builneu, and reapeclMIr aekt tha patronare ot the
public. A. W. MORTON.
80:tfl Cochran (late Still) 8lree
O0MS FOK KENT,
At nit riwMnncn. In the Southern nrt of tho
City, throe lilooke from tho Sguare. for further
particular! enquire of
Boo T-13;tfJ MRS. II. BINGHAM.
ii.i.i aiis linos.,
Wholesale A Retail
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIOARS,
WINES & LIQUORS
OF ALL KIXDS,
Elm & Main t : Street,
lllgheii Cash price paid for country produce.
They fcB tha attention of the public in the follow -Inar
comoilnlnn eiwrlallvdlroMed to them by M-wre
IHerciT, Ainiew It Co. They also announce their
agency for tieuoura Celebrated Citllaayn lllllen.
The trade lu the Hulled Rtatea of America nil)
please nliHerve that William llroa., of Pallai, Texaa
(Unlteil Stntna), have become agent for the role of
mi r (.in. We would KidVlallv recemnteml nartlea to
purcliaa direct from them, thereby prereiillnt fraud.
vl-n3-dly Colonial Square, London
okii. r. ALronu,
r. it. rnii.onitaa.
LFORD, MILLER t TEAL,
00 Strand, Galmttm, Ttxat.
Alford, Voal Ac Co.,
218 N. Commercial St., St. Louie, lie.
Cotton Factors, General Commission Merchants,
AND ri'KCIlASIXG AGENTS.
Bactrim? and Tica furnlehed nt low at caih ratel, to
be nail1 for when cotton la Hold. Ordera nam toeilli
r lioine for Mcrchandlee, Plantation Siipptli,Faru-
Utemlla, llacliluery, etc., proiuptly niieu.
Eitkaige (ot ule on Sti York, St Orlcam and St. Unit
Mi:na. T. 0. Joroam i Co., Bankera, Pallna, Tnx
aa, will make liberal advance on conslgtimenta t
either of the above houeoa, Jun e 6, lb7!i-43:lr
E. M DOWELt. F. H. 1IAUMOKD
jyj?D0VELL & HAMMOND,
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING,
Cor. Main and Austin Sta.
Highest Cash Prioo paid for all Country
jan U, '73-18:tf.
- A. D. ELLIS, Pnor'n,
(For mcrly of Waverly, llo.)
Main Stbekt, - - Dallas, Tkxa.
Thla new Hotel will be open from and after tha
24th inat. for tha accommodation ofguoati. It ia
anew building, nnd ftitnlahcd throughout with new
furniture, and ii presided over by unexperienced
caterer, who nevor fails to provide for hia patrona
tha very beat that the markota afTord.
n20 tii 24th of March. 1873.
pEED & SALE
1 Where I will hue and
. ieil horaea and mnlea,
' nnd KiTo aneclnl atten-
tion to atock left in my charge, My motto ii:
" 1 Don't Oive Satisfaction to my ratront,
I male no Charge,"
Come lo tho well-known
SAX.S AIM I) FEED STABLE,
On Market, bet. Main and Klin Sit.,
Dallas, - - - Texas.
n2M0m W. F. COKER.
JJR. J. W. MILLEK,
Physician and Surgeon,.
IloKpactfully inform the cltitena of Tlallat that
he graduated in the Virginia State Medical College.
March, 1HM, waa aurgeon at Cliyretioraso Honpltal,
Itichmond, Vn., during the war. That wna one of
tile lariceet in tlie Cenfedenicy. there wna ample
room tor !),fxiOpaticite. He'haa been 'in active
practice !n Virginia from t lie cloae of the war un
til the 24th day ot December 1872, when. Iio lol t for
Texas, baa located in thla city nnd often hia rer
vicea to the public, itefer tu Mcaara. Clark A Dry
an. n. Office and reiidenca North of Cumberland
Preeliytcrlan cliurch, botweeu Houston and Jrfl'er
aeu atrrels. "Ml n2&d3m
11SS ANNIE SMITH,
Cienrrnl IVriva Aent,
and dealer in
Jclferson St., next to Poit Offlce,
In connection with all the latest Journals pnb
llahed In the United States, she also keeps the finest
Cigars, Tobacco and Motions, to which she Invites
the attention of the public. n2Cdtf
J S. PENN,
CONGHKSS AVINUK, . . AUSTIN, TEX A8
Newt and Varieties,
Subscriptions recelvod for all papers and Magaiines.
RECEIVIXO KEW GOODS EVERY DAY
School books I Shool books I
Blank books I Blank books I
Cold Pons I Qold Tens I
. Wall paper I Wall paper !
E'c., Etc. namtf
New Sp ani Siimer hi s
. Tho Lorgost Stock of
NEW SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, &C,
That havo ovor graced the counters and sholvcs of any houso in the
City or State. Tlioir departments in
In varjoty and quality, are eocond to nono of our largor Southorn
Whon Goods aro shown on thoir
light, in thoir elogant Store, are dazzling in
beauty, and consist partly of
Poplins, Silks, Lenos, Ironframe, Satin Stripe and
Broclict Grenadines, Printed Linens,
Linen Lawns and Muslins.
THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
Will bo comploto with nil kinds of Goods in that line, snch as
PIQUES, JACONETS, CEOSS-BAERED MUSLINS, VICTOEI A AND
BISHOP LAWNS, NAINSOOKS,' SOFT FINISHED QAM
BEICS, WHITE MAESAILLES QUILTS, SWISS
AND MULL MUSLINS, PATIST, LINEN
LAWNS AND CAMBRICS, ORGAN
DIES, TARLATANS, EM
BROIDERIES, AND ALL
KINDS OF LACES,
LACE COLLARS, SHAWLS, &c, Ac.
Irish Linen Towels and
scription, defying competition.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Thoy make a Specialty of that branch, keeping all the best makos
of Batchollor's Goods and others for plantation use, bosides the
best of Philadelphia, Baltiraoro, and New Ark Hand
sowed goods for Lndios' and Gentlemon,8 wear.
Thoir Eetail Stock in this lino is largor
than any ot our rogular shoo storos
while thoir pricts are lowor.
MEN'S BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING.
Which they manufaclnre thomsolves, is another groat item in thoir
business. The assortment is equal to tho largest cxclusivo
Clothing Houses in tho State, together with a full lino
of GENTS' FUItNISHING GOODS; also
tho Lutest Stylos of HATS.
Our Mr. A. Sanger is at prosent in New York, togother with our resi
. dent buyor, Mr. I. Sanger, and they both being truly alive to
tho demand, will buy nono but tho most Fashionable
Goods, and such that tho country rorjuiros.
TCllVinrr frtl Pncli in l.riu nninlilu. fnm tn.. TTn..... it., n j I
Railroad-, from manufacturers and
ton, and would rofpectfully ask them to examine our Stock before going
DALLAS, SHERMAN, BRYAN, AND CALVERT, TEXAS.
Dallas, Toxas, March 21, 1873.-dn34
to Arrive ! !
countors, undor their splondid Sky.
Table Cloths of 'every de
importers, we are prepared to sell to
Mos Complete In the Interior
of f be State, belnr ftim
Isbed with a
A LARGE SIZED CYLINDER
actx) jron pnnsa,
AN ADAMS' JOB PRESS,
AND i. LAROC BIZ!
WASHING TON IIAND-PIIESS,
TWO OTIIBR JOB PRESKKS
ardartd and oa ilia way.
DRY PRESS, PAPER. CUT
Anil arsry othsr ooavantaoca tor turning out Job
work neatly tad with Dlspatob.
Onr Job Workman bav no superiors In tba conntry
iur lasu uu urn, ana ur usortmant af
Is larga and eonrUntly b sing lntraaaad u aw
Styles are brought out.
In (ddlllon to thaso Ikellltlet wo sball soon havo n
attached to tho ODDoa, when wo oan Ibrnlak
Our Job . Work doas heretofore speaks tor Itself,
aad we aim to and shall Improve In onr
work wlih the times.
EVERY KIND OF
Done Promptly and Cheap,
AND, IN FACT,
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
GIYE CS A CALL AND 8KB OC
SPBCIKEKS aV PRICKS.
Cor. Elm And Houston Htroata.
J. W. SWINDELLS & CO., V
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