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THE DAILY HERALD,
FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1873.
Iff TELEGRAPH.
FROM AUSTIN.
Special to Hie lli'inlil,
Austin, Maroh 27, 1873.
HouHttcttd on leotion Uw allowing
oiiiiona lo vote out of their eouutiea. The
bill vn passed under Buspenniua of the
rules.
liills nod resolutions were offoiel In
truding lh judicial com. to provide for
publishing the civil and criminal laws of
the State, aud to umend the aot intitled
an act to regulate the rail road system of
the state auu recommending the Missori
law.
A bill requesting the government to
consent to this State ruisiugn regiment
tor irouticr proieotion.
A bill amending an not regarding mat'
tci'a or probate pending in the distriot
courts.
A bill passed modifying the tax laws
the fees of officers and the costs of judicia
Illooeedine8
A bill instructing the commissioners of
land omces to furnish oouuty maps of the
several counties-
I1ILLS I'ASSED.
Incerporatlng the towns of Denton
Kockpoi t, llillsboro and Masouville and
lepealing the public kill, also appropria
ting hhouuu iu private coporations.
in tbe senate, Shelby, Fiuley andFoun
lain were appointed a special committee
on recent troubles, those of Lampasas be
iug considered.
"Mondr.mus nnd quo warrants were re
sumed, and passed to engrossments 140.'
Dill passed authorizing MoLellan coun
ty to build a new court house.
It is said that a majority of the com
mittee will not favor ousting Traooy.
There are many private bills under dis
cussion. Guess.
Associated Press Dispatches.
IVomi.
Washington, Maroh 27 John S.Wilson,
a distinguished Presbyterian Divine is
dead.
Philadelphia, Maroh 27 The bill ap.
propriating one million to Centcnial pass
ed the Legislature.
Loudon, Much 27 Steamship Great
Western, from Bristol for New York, went
ashore at Black Mare to-day in heavy
tog.
Liverpool, March 27 Cotton dosed
steady and quiet; uplands Orleans 9J;
sales include 10,001) bales.
London, Maroh 27 The counsel for
McDonnoll charged that he was ooncern.
ed in Bank of .England frauds.
A committee of depositors nnd stoak
of the Bull's Head Bank lately suspended.
It is aunounoed that they bad agreed
on a proposition to increase the capital
siock oi mo nanK, anu allow depositors
most interested to take stock enough to
make up the amount of deficiency, thus
placing the hank in werking order again.
The loss so far as ascertained is 340,000,
as follows: Capitol stock $200,000, sur
plus $02,000, current deposits 57,000.
There is a considerable stir at the post
office over the withdrawal by railroad com-
puiiicg of postal cars. It is thought that
clerks nro utterly unable to alteud to the
great Hood of mail whioh will pour in. It
is estimated that four days will be re
quired for the delivery of letters instead
of lour hours. The Kailroad companies
want .8UU per mile instead of 370 paid
tbem.
It is rumored that if the companies per
sist in their determination tho Postmaster
Oeneral will endeavor to pais a law civ
ing the Department special power over
railroads.
Domc.tic
John S. Harris, late postmaster at Kan
sas City, and later cashier of the Gor
man's Savings bank, burnt and robbed,
was arrested on the charge of arson and
' robbery. He was released on $20,000 bail.
Married or Not Mabikd? A case of
unusual interest has been in the Troy
courts during the past week, being a suit
by a son to have tho marriage of his de
ceased father set-aside on the ground of
lunacy, nnu thus destroy the claim which
his widow had to a portion of his estate.
About four years ago, it apears, John
Bunker, n wellhy farmer of Pittstown,
"i(l a widower, courted nnd married a
Mrs. Hotigbtalieg in spite of the strenuous
opposition of his friends, who immediately
gathered a "commission" of the neighbors,
and secured a decision thot he was of un
sound mind. In September of the follow
ing year he died, and the wife immediately
divined her interest in the estate, which
was valued at from $35,000 to $50,000.
His son, David A. Banker, thereupon in
stituted the proceedings referred to before
lie Surrogate, and nearly the whole of
last woek was ocupied in hearing evidence
before Judge Danforth at the Ilenssel,er
Circuit. The evidence was very conflict
ing. Mr. Banker was seventy-two years
old at the time of his death, and it was
claimed that a partial loss of memory was
to have been expected. Tbe witnisses for
the defence, including the clergyman who
married him, thought him sane. On the
Prt of the plaintiff, some wilneses testi
hedlhaat the charactar of Mrs. Banker
before her marriage was not of the best,
This was rebutted and denied by the defence
wbo also ehowoi that Mr. Banker had
complained of ill usage nnd ill treatment
by his children before his marriage.
Finally the jury brought in a virdict de
claring that the marriage took place
during a luoid interval, and tbe widow
comes off vio torious.
George FranoiB Train wouli not mind
spending the winter in jail in New York
if people would enliven his incarceration
by talking about him. But he is lockedup
sure enough, nnd this paragraph will
merely disturb for a moment the stag
nation of silence about him.
Love Sicknkss. This is a gnawing dis
ease, and people who have It bad bite
their nails, bite their lips, nnd other'
lipi. They like Bolitude and meditate a
good deal on -'solitude sweetened." That's
bst makes it so bad when it beoomes ep
idemic, like tho horse. It breaks up sooi
(,.y; it breaks up families; breaks up eld
friendships, and breaks up a good many
hearts. But isn't such a, very bad sick
" to have, after all. It don't take a
fellow right off from his feet like the aguo.
'" a little warming lo the blood, but it
don't burn like the typhoid fever. It
don't require quiuine, nor jalap, nor
squilli, nor any other bitter stuff. Hit
lers oould never keep company with any
""ig o swoct.
Ml
sow, on last Nnuinlay.
Sam Moody was shot and killod
John Mootlv was shot, in tlm thS-V.
Mr. Williams,n brother-in-law of the
aiooays, was shot and stoned, a no
gro was shot in ona nidft nnrl atuK
bod in tho other, and others were
raoro or less beaton.
From what we learn about tho
iracas, it grew out of a most trivial
mimor. homo negroes nnd the
wjnto men namod, wero onpnRod
in raminsr a boiler at a m II. Thov
tuniiA nil J..' 1 r J
uu uniiKing. earn Moody, in
mischief, spat in a dog's eye. To
this, a nesrro took oxennt inn. hut. nn
altorcation was provontod. and tho
parties dranlc together. Tresontly
the quarrel was resumod.and shoot
ing began. Knives, stones and pis
tols wore freoly used. Sain moody
nuo uilllUNL IIINIUIU V fl nit- llrt wna
.1.-1 ... . ' - ' -l "
siiur, in ino lower part of tho nbdo
mnn A .. . . ,. . .
v... huuii utt nrani enn n ma
Doay was dragged into Mr. Whito'e
storo and tho door closed.' Tho no.
groos became furious-yelled, and
gavo way to all kind of maniac
conduct. They wont off armed
ttiomsolves and roturnod. It was
only by tho determination of those
within, that arson and further mur
dor wore provontod. Tho bouso
was absolutely beseiged for sovoral
ti ours.
Wo "do notcaro to comment on
this bloody and disgraceful fight.
u, uns rovoniea tuo deen and scare.
concealed hato of tho blacks to.
wards tho whites. Wo sincorolv
hopo this is tho only record of the
kind that willovor have tobomado
in those columns.-rNavasota Tab
lot. A wag went to the Washiiiffton donot
last week, and, finding the best oar full,
said in a loud voice :
"Why, Ibis oar isn't going."
Ofloourse this caused a Etneral stamn.
ede; and the wag took the best seat. In
the midst of the indignation the wne win
asked :
"Why did you say this car wasn't
going?
"Well, it wasn t then, said the wair. but
it Is now."
To probe the depths of our sorrows and
tribulations, and bend over and hug vac
ations, does no more good than to"
stand all day end scrape the bottom of a
flour barrel, honine therebv to obtain
bread.
A Yankee youth addressed a note to the
German Emperor, saying : 'Kaiser, don't
you want to buy a dog? " The boy had a
fine pup to sell and uncensoiously dropped
into the words of the old song.
An exohnnge says: Three years ago
there were but fifty miles of railroad com
pleted in the slate of Arkansas. Now there
are five hundred miles in running order
A woman near Ashland informed her
doctor that her arm was broken between
tho pig pen and the ohicken coop. He
hunted through his books two days to find
out what those terms meant
A Leavenworth editor sat down in a
reserved scat already occupied by a hor
net. He stands up when sjisioriog his edi
torials now
A Card
To the Citi:cns of Dallas City, and
Country at large :
The undersigned has established
himself as a gonoral Stock Auction
eer, Appraiser and Commission
Merchant in your midst. Stock of
all kinds, Real Estate Goods, Fur
nituro and Household Effects of ev
ery description bought and sold on
the most reasonable terms.
In connection with tho abovo bu
siness, I havo established an Intel
ligence Office, where I will receive
applications for business of ovory
naturo, and hope to bo nblo to give
just and general satisfaction to all
parties.
Office Corner Houston k Com
merce Strcots, Dallas, Toxas.
KcspcctfullyM. A. KIBBLER.
March 6, 1873 -dn21:tf
UNDERTAKING.
A. W. IMOUTON
Remoct tally In for ni a tho citizens nf Pal Inn and the
Riirmuniliiig counties that he ba fltlml up hfi pi
tiiMislimenl on Cochran Street, rxprewlv tor the
li!nEncft, nni is iircpnml to male Coffin Ht the
sliortput notice, to order, nnd trim thorn In nil styleo.
He aiKo kocns on imml, nt all timer., coffin of nil
sixos, rendy made, with the exception of trimming,
which ho can deliver nt an hour's notice, dny or
nicht. Ho hABalso mmlo armniromenta to keen on
band it full assortment of
Metalie Burial Crhcn,
which heenn deliver on call. Helm th exc.UH.re
agency for these Burial Canes, for Dallas mid ntir-
riuiniUnp counties, and can supply them at the low
est price. Having provided himuelf with a ft no
OVAL-GLASS HEARSE,
and necessary appendAges, he will undertake nil the
necessary arrangements lor buriaix nun dispatch.
He hits determined to make this his exclusive
business, and respectfully a-ks the patrnnixre rt the
public. A. Mr. MORTON.
33:uj locnraB uie duuj street
EED & SALE
flTABLE,
Wliero I will bnjr nnd
flrll hnriM nnd ninlM.
Mid irtv miprlnl Htten.
(ion to slock Icfl in my clmrge. Mj mode a :
' 1 Don't Give Satisfaction ti my Patrons,
1 make no Charge"
Come to tlio well-known '
SALS AND FSEB STABLE,
On Marker, bet. Main nnd Elm 8u.,
Dallas, . Texas.
2,l(im W. P.COKEB.
gUBSCltlBK KOB IUI1 PAILV HKBALD. .
JUST STOCK FOR SALE.
I will sell tho best liiipev lenm in
Dallas, with or without hnrncM nnd bug
gy, at Kpiiootio priops. tun at my staDie
bdiI examins the outfit.
W. ff. OUR.
Dallas, January 10, 1872 18:tf.
inoro wns ri fearful nnd fata:
figl't nt Whito's storo in this court
ty, oiKht milos southeast of Nava
yiujAitis nnos.,
Wholesale A Retail
umr.Hs in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIGARS,
And Puro
WINES to LIQUORS
OF ALL KINDS,
Elm & Malu t : Street.
' DALLAS, TEXAS,
Ulgheit CmIi price paid for country produce.
TIipt bu the attention of the nntillo to the follow
IlieeonialUalou iierlnllvilire.-ti'il lothpinliv Mr
Blprror, Asni'W k Co. Tliov nlo nnliniuire tlialr
agency lor xelionri celrtiraleil Unliniiyit Bitten,
BY APPOINTMENT.
The trade In the United Unto, of America will
pli'iae oliurve that William) llroa., of Ballaa, Texae
(i nited tilaiiw), have lmcome axont for the anle of
otirliln. no won d hiwm lv rocemineml nartiea tit
ptirchan ilirort from them, thereby preventing fraud,
mercer, Agnew&Vo.
vl-nS-dly Colonial Square, London
ALL AS SPKINQ3 ACADEMY
Is nowonrn for tho rec.nl Inn of nrlvife nnnlli
The pieei'titvpuion h'can FohmnrT .t, and will con
tinue four calendar montlm. The rourae of etndj
fmiMnvrn uircn neparimenii-- ine rnniary, inter
niedfato and Acadiuiic.
BATES OFTt'lTION PAYABLE MONTHLY.
(IN COIN.)
PalMARTTnchidinr enellinar. roadlnir. wrlllnv.
Kroiind mien of arithmetic, and primary f eogrnphr
" ni'MIIII, fSt .IW,
1NTEUMK1UATK IllClnil I1B timet cut Br tlimnttn
Eimllsli KrHmninrnnltieoKra'hy,piir month, il to
ACAiirvii' iiiciiiiitnK aiueinn, hltorv, KiibIIiIi.
coninuitiii, natural philosophy, chomlatry, .Sc.,
per month 4 HO.
NtmicntNor the higher lnathomatlca or lantcnanoi
will bo i luirted one dollar extra. I'unlli mnv enter
at any time, but will be chanted for the entire
ninnt'i, except In cneei or protracted eickueee.
1 no actiooi ta oten to both eexos ; but nc loon an
practicable a cotuxtont prinofial will be appointed
to tuKBcnarfto oi an exclusively girl department,
Harentfl and pornons interoHted are cordially in
vited to vlnlt the ichool and Inigiect its nintiaie-
mant, I'all upon or addrtna
M.W. MABTIN,
nl dlw A w3w l'rlnclnal.
J S. PENN,
COSORESS AVESUK, - - - AUSTIN, TEXA8
Books, Stationery,
Kent and Varieties,
Subscription! received for all papers and Mngazinci.
RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY DAY
School books I Shool books I
Blank books I Blank books 1
Gold Fens I Gold Pens I
Wall paper !
Wall paper I
nio-dtf
Etc., Etc.
TQE. J. W. MILLER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Repectfiillv Inform tho citizen ef D.lln ihnt
ho uradnntcd In the Virirlnia State Medical Colleue.
March, lWil, wan urgeou at Chyniliorar.o Honpital,
lih hmonil, Va., diirinit the war. That wna ono of
the largest Iu the Conlederacr, there was ample
room lor 3,000 patient. Ile'li.is been ;ln active
practice In Virginia from tho close of the war un
til tho 24th dav ot Iiccemher XH'rl. when Iim ioi' f,,r
Texas, has located In thl city and altera his ser
vices to the public. Bcler to Messrs. Clark & Bry-
Ofliceand residence North of rnmlierixui
Pre.byterlan clinrcli, between Uouston aid Jefler.
u strrets. k1I u'J2.duiii
JJISS ANNIE SMITH,
Gcnrrnl Nrw Agrnt,
-anti dealer In
LATE PERIODICALS,
Jefferson St., noxt to Pot OfBce,
DALLAS,
TEXAS,
In connection with all tho latest journals pub
lished In tho United States, shealsokeeps the finest
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions, to which she invites
tho attention of tho pnbllc. n20(ltl
gOUTIIERN HOTEL,
A. D. ELLIS, Prop'b,
(Formerly of Wa,verly, M.)
Main Stbekt, - . Daiias, Tkxas.
This new Hotel will be open from and after the
21th Inst, for the accommodation of guests. It la
anew bnildlng.and furnished throughoutwlth now
furniture, and Is presided over by an experienced
'ier, who never fails to provide for his patrons
ihe very best that the markets afford.
n20 til 24th of March, im.
K. M'OOWELt. f. u. HAMMOND
jyj?D0WElL I HAMMOND,
WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING,
Cor. Main and Austin Sts.
Dallas, Texas.
Highest CaBh Trioe paid for all Country
Produce,
jnn 11, '73.18:tf. -
P
T A "VTr'lC 1 W are the Agents of the
AAlUu. OELIBBATKD
ARION PIANOS,
of New Tork, which we are selling at manufac
turer's prices. For durability, weetnit, full
ness and richness of tone, workmanship and fin
ish, they are not surpassed t y any insli-nments
made In thia country. Avoid the delay and
rik of shipping by purchasing of as. Every
l'iuno U guaranteed, and the thousands of them
now In iim aud the encominme of leading artists
as te the merits or these Planes, ought to satisfy
the fastidious coanolssenr.
I'lKRCE k LTLE,
Doll:mos, Main street, Dallas.
Arrived and to Arrive ! !
New aw and tamer his
zkwm mm,
Tho Lnrgost Stock of
NEW SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, LOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, &C,
That have over graced tho counters nnd oholvcs of nnv houso in tlio
City or Stato. Thoir deiiartmonts in
Domestic Ooods
n variety and quality, aro second lo nono of our larger Southern
nnd Western Cities. Thoir
Dress Goods Department.
Whon Goods aro shown on their
light, in thoir ologant Store, aro dazzling in
boauty, and consist partly of
Poplins, Silks, Lenos, Ironframe, Satin Stripe and
Brocliet Grenadines, Printed Linens,
Linen Lawns and Muslins.
THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
Will bo complete with all kinds of Goods in that lino, such ns
HQUES, JACONETS, CEOSS-BARRED MUSLINS, VICTORIA AND
BISHOP LAWNS, NAINSOOKS, SOFT FINISHED CAM.
BRICS, WHITE MARSAILLES QUILTS, SWISS
AND MULL M USLINS, PATIST, LINEN
LAWNS AND CAMBRICS, ORGAN
DIES, TARLATANS, EM
BROIDERIES, AND ALL
KINDS OF LACES,
LACE COLLARS, SHAWLS, &c, &c.
rish Linen Towels and
scription, defying competition.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
, i
They mako a Spocialty of that branch, kooping all tho best makes
of Batchollor's Goods and others for plantation uso, besides tho
best of Philadelphia, Baltimore, nnd Now Ark Hand
sowed goods for Ladies' and Gentlomcn,B wear.
Thoir Retail Stock in this lino is largor
than any ol our regular shoo stores
whilo thoir prices aro lower. -
MEN'S BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING.
Which thoy manufaclnre thomsclvos, is another great Horn In thoir
uuBiiioHs. xno assortment ib equal to tho largest exclusive
Clothing Honsos in thoStato, together with a full lino
of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS: also
tho Lutest Styles of HATS.
Our Mr. A. Sanger is nt present in
u;vi, uu. 1.. uiiugoi 1 mm
tho demand, will buy nono
Goods, and such that
B II Vintf fnr flnah in iarira nnnnfif
J O ' ""f," (juwii.mi.iii lv. iwm JV4.UUOU3 VII VUO 11 LI it i
Railroad, from manufacturers and importers, wo are prepared to sell to
f AtinltHnta n 1.... .1 1 L Ct t T IT 1 1
iuuiuuunno us iuw us uicycan Duy at ot. uouis, iow urieans ana (iaivos
ton, nnd would rofpoctfully ask them to examine our Stock before goinz
SANGER BROS.
DALLAS, SHERMAN, BRYAN, AND CALVERT, TEXAS.
Dallas, Texas, March 21, 1873.-d n3i
countors, undor thoir splendid Sky.
Table Cloths of every de
New York, togother with our rosi-
nicy uui.11 uomg truly BlITO 10
but tho most Fashionable
tho country roquiros.
Ins Vk fV h TIa..... Ik. n 1 t
THE HERALD
IS THE
Mont Complete la the Interior
' ol the State, being nun.
lulled with a
A LARGE SIZED CYLINDER
NEWSPAPER
ant jron pnxiaa,
(
AN ADAMS' JOB PRESS,
AND A LARQI glZI
WASHINGTON IIANDPBESS,
BESIDES
two oninn job frbshbi
ordsradandotitaaway.
ALSO i-
DRY PRESS, rAPER OUT-
TER, CARD CVZTBX,
Anil star, olhsroonTaiilnica f.,r tnrnl.it Joh
nvrn Doatij and wllh Ilixtok.
Our Job Workmsn lia no suinrlurs In lha raanlrj
iur tai ana still, anil aur Miurtrasat of
JOB TVPE
Is hrg aid conrUntljr b slnf Inorwiad u naw
Styles are brought out. ' '
In addition to tliest taoilitlat a shall soai ha? a
attached to tho Offloa, when we can famish a'
unus or
PAMPHLETS,
BOOKS,
ETC., ETC.
Our Job Work dune heretofore speaks for Itself,
ami wn aim to ami shall Improra In nr
work with the timet.
EVERT KIND OF
JOB WORK.
Done Promptly and Ckeap,
SUCH AS
Btigincss Card,
Wedding Cards,
Visiting Cards.
Merchants' Blanks,
r
Legal Blanks,
rainphletft,
Porter, Etc.,
AND, IN FACT,
ALL KINDS OF WORK,
CITE US A MIL AND 8KB 0V
e
iPECIMBXS FBICES.
OFFICE t
Cor. Elm nnd Houaton Htretai.
J. W. SWINDELLS & CO.,
PROPRIBTOKt

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