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Hal B emu Irtwii Tht following lift t desli filed for nt ,rd durlDl tbt nk mdlng April 12kr it r.porltd t tbt Hbbaib by Ault, Jtnakas j Ault, landtgenlt: Wm Bradatlil to J. D. Bradfitld, 1G1 sorts, part H-,Uder 'u- J6- Wm. RuBsell to II . H. Sneed, 100x100 hetan MoKinnay atrtet, $300. M. C. Cullea to E. W. Cullen, 4 lot on Swiss strtet, $1,000. Ji. Boylt to lUnry Kyl, 44 to ret on Diion't braneh, nd 20 to ret part of N. HfDiltrton't turey, $200. J, L. Ltonird to Thotnpkins & Littls (elil 25rl00 feet on Kim ttrtet, $500. J ' I,. Leonard to Tbompkint & Little field, west litlfof lot 613, blook 10, $2,000. J I. Leonard to A. C. Crawford, wtt half of lot 7, block 10, $1,840. ft V. Thompson to M. Wohl, lot 1, blook 50, wett half, $1,000. J, 0. Tbomas tnd wife to J. W. Hnynei, (0x200 feet between Main and Elm streets, $1,000. C. II. Jenkins to J. A. Hawkins and fred Cullen, 2 aoret near railroad, $500. M, & A. Young to J. W. Johnson and R, L. Sears, 117 tores out of H.lleder league, firs. E, A. Daniels to Jobn Henderson, 16 seres, part of Win. Clark surrey, $400. 0, M- Pettitt to W. K. Cummins, lot C, block 60, $aoo. U . , - Tut Medical AaaocleUian of Texan. This association met at Waco at 11 o'clock A. on Tuesday last. Twenty ,ew members were added to the list, wtlh prospects of an aooettion of forty others. We append the following aumiaary of the proceedings from the Galeston Newi : Dr. Wallace read a learned and soieu lific paper on hotmaturia miamalica. lit alio read a good artiole from Or. Kilptt rick, of Navusota, on puerpural eclampsia. Dr. Lorenden produoed a specimen of aneurisnul tumor weigtffng three and a half poinds, and read hhtavCWe showing that amputation of tho Shiga was the only mnins which saved tbe liay of the patient. Dr. Stuart read two papers, one on tretcteotomy, for removal of foreign tub sttnre operation successful. The second y) on occlusion of vagina. Dr. Hudspeth read fir. Powell's paper oil letters from Dr, Burroughs and bim elf iu reply to Dr. Powell's paper on the tlienpetitio effects of bromide of potassa and tluid extract of ergot In, the treatment of cerebo spinal meningitis, all of wbiob hart been referred to the publishing com. mines. The assooiation oonvenes to-morrow morning nt 9 o'olock. . M. D. Waco, April 9. The association mat Ibii morning at. 9 o'clock. On the arrival of an addition of twenty members, by re ( quest of the newly arrived members, Dr. Willaco again read his paper on hosmatu ri miasmntics, and many compliments mre passed upon him for tbe same. Then came the election of officers, resulting in the election of Dr. D. F. Stuart, of llous Un, President; Dr. Brown, of Waco, 1st Vice-President; Dr. Morrison, 2nd Vice President; Dr. 8. 0. Young, Secretary; llr. Hamlet, of Waoo, Corresponding Seo'y, tnd Dr. J. Sarendoi, Treasurer. Medi cated wbirky, at advertited in the papers, vat attacked by Dr. J. B. Robinson as re ferring to the profession for authenticity. Dr. I. Lewellen, the retiring President, fill deliver hit annual address to a large tudienct at tbe Wato Female College to night. The delegates will return borne on Friday. The Bankrupt Act Amia4mot. An act to deolare the true intent and mean ing of tbe act approved June 8, 1S72, amendatory of the general bankrupt : law. 1 lie it enacted by the Senate and'IIoute j of Representatives of the United States of ; America, iu Congress assembled, That it j was the true intent and meaning of an not approved June 8, lo72, entitled an not to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy in the United States, annroved Mareb 2, 16G7, that the exemptions allowed the bankrupt by tbe said amendatory act should, and it Is hereby enacted that tbey shall,. be the amount allowed by tbe con stitution and laws of eaeh State respect ively as existiug in the year 1871 ; and that such exemptions be valid against debts contracted be tore the adoption anu passage of such State constitution and laws; as well as those contracted after the enmo, and against liens by judgment or aecree 61 any State court any decision of any such court rendered siooe the adop tion and passage of such constitution and nws to tbe contrary notwithstanding . -Approved March 8, 1873. - ( , Important m Drovers. , , f Kaniai City, Mo., AprU 7, 1873. To tht Editor of the Dallas Herald 1 i ' The citiiena of Ellsworth, Kansas, on the Kansas Faoiflo Railway have appoint ed John W. Gore, A. Ltrkin and Mr. Gold soil, a committee to look after tbt intercuts. of Texas drovers coming to that point the present season.' Thit committee will make arrangements with the farmers in the vi einity to give drovers the benefit of all available water, and will do all in theh power to insure to droven good locations for their herds tear Ellsworth. They bate raised a fund to pay the expenses of one or two agenta to be stationed in tht vicin Ity of SeweU'i Store on tho trail below the State line of Kansas, to give drovers all neotssary information in regard to tbe new trail, and if desired, to aot as guides to tocompany herds to Ellsworth. WM. C. M. COX, Gen'l Agent. A bashful voun man wrote an avow al of love to a lady and waited an answer through tbe mail. He got the letter next evening, and.hurrlng to bit boarding house with it, was on the point of reading It, when some one earn to the door, and he was obliged to thove it quickly into bit pocxet, lie next went to a saloon, ant taking a position in a retired oorner, wat aoout to open the mitsiva, when tbe pass log to tad fro of strangers made bis more timid, and again tboved it into bit pocktt and tlunk eut-deort. . He tried lev ertl nlaoet with nn heller auooess. and fintlly returned home, and at onee went , to bed, where be remaintd in a ttate ef awrui lusptmr until not a nolle was heard in tbe house; and then, being at . turea that he wat tntirelv fret from In ttrruption, he ttolt ouietlv out of bed. opened the letter with trembling- nneert. and through a mitt of ttart taw that be was Indebted to one of our druggists for nettles or pomade, $2 76. A Iftandalnua litmiUii aata that the friendship of two young laditt it always - cut against a tblrd one. W eaiy quote w uoniute. , F. M. HANKS & CO., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, -AND- L AND AGENTS, XlnlJ neai, To: OFFICE IK TUB IIAVNES' BUILDING We have a larg amount of Valuable Lands for Salt, sit luted In Dallas and (iirroundlng oonntlee, both Improved nnd UnlmproTed. Alio a large Itat of tho moat dealrabla ' DALLAS CITY PUOPEIITY, Nauiely Dwellings, Dwelling- and Dnainoii Lota,ln Turioua prtirfllio city. Mitpi, pUta and jiriona of which can ha n by calling at tho orhoo. biwotal attention la called to 16 Lots 50 by 100, Of the naak'a Addition, on Koaa ATaune and San Jaciuto btrout, wlticu we offer at $100 (GOLD) EACH, Ualf Cub and balance ate montha. Wt have faoilitiet for the collection, of Publio Free School Vouchers will buy them at a reasonable discount, or advance cash on them, to be deduoted when col lected. Wibave just received 10,000 acres of land certificates, vii t 6 40a, 12 80s one third of leages and 19 20s, which we offer for sale at the market rates. Tbey have perfeoted arrangements by which they will keep themselves supplied at long as they are to be had in the mar ket, and will fill ordeTt when required. Will locate Laid Ctrttflcatea for one-fourth of the land. Will permit Title to laad and collect Claims. 'i : - r f 4 Fruits, Confectioneries, Imported and Domettio CIGAE3, TOBACCO, ETC., AISO '' '' ' "" ' " ICR COLD SODA AND LEMONADE To be bad at W.E. COLTON S, Next door to Connor t Walter's Drng Store, South aide of Muln St. DAL LA S, TEXAS. ' 62dtf W. II. CAREY, Builder and Joiner, i f' SHOP ON MAIN STREET, ' IVear the Dallas Foundry Tie will male onntraeta for aay kind of bnlldlna Plan, Hpeclfloatloea and latlmaiea furuiahed to nAiilx wiahlua; Id build, and material aunnlled when desired. Oldtf c; . NOTES GREAT CRESCENT CITY :t ' ' ',- M'.,; CIKOUS WILL EXHIBIT AT J. j.. t '( 'J) nil 1 "2 "ili on ..-V!:; holiday and 'Tuesday,' APRIIi 14th and 13th. 4H1W gTEOAtL'A CO.,1 DEALItt II Books and Stationery, CROOKBRT WAItX, 0LAS3 WARE, and ' " 1 QUESA'S WARE, LANDRETH GARDEN SEED. . Furnitures of nil Itml, PIANOS, "t Fiotares tnd Picture Frames, HAT RACKS, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTORES, LOOKING GLASSES Beds and Bedding, Sttp-Laddtrs Lumber and Shinnies. Donrx . i hi.'., i. :A ana minus. " Wall Paper, Saih, Moulding, Window Ctrniihei, , . ... And etertttilnf pertaining to their bnelneaear keot cunatanllv an baud end era fur eal t llvln. ratea. vl-nl-dlt ILLIAIT1S HROS., Wholesale dt Retail DK.UEBS IN Staple and Fancj Groceries, PROVISIONS TOBACCO, CIGARS, ' " :: 1 And Pure , WINES & LIQUORS OF ALL KIXDS, Elm & Main t " t Street, DALLAS, TEXAS, Illeheat Caah price paid for country produce. Thejr beg the attention of the public to the follow -hiftcoMiailMlou apeclallr dlre-'ted to them by aleaan llercor, Anew Co. They alao announce their agencj for geuoura Celebrated CallaaTa Bitters. BT APPOINTMBNt. '' "' The trade In the United Htateaof America will plntaa otverve that Wllliama Bnie., of Dallae, 'faxaa (United State.), have become aieent fur the enla o( our Gin. We would apwlally recommend (mil lea to purchaa direct fruaa llwni, thereby proenltua: fraud. Irteiccr, AKnew&C'o. vl-n3-dly : Colonial Square, Londoo JAL'NDRY.' ' MRS. H. T. ANDERSON, , BASKOWOFKH AND IK OPERATION A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY, WUKRt CLOTUK9, LINKNS, AC, WILL BK Washed A!" Ironed Neatly. SHE WILL 8KND TO BKSIDENCE8 AND HOTELS FOR AUTICLE8 AND SE LIVER THE SAME WITH PR0MPTNF88 AND DISPATCH, Ordera left with Z. 0. HoiT, on Elm Street will laret with Immedlateatteutioa. doM-lm - , ' B: I. DRULET, Attorney at Law. K. rtSIIKR, ' Civil Engineer. JJRULEY & FISIIER; REAL ESTATE it IXSIBAXCK AGENTS, LOCATORS AND aVBTEVORS. ' Prompt attontton given to Biiyhmtid Selllnn, tichanirlnB; and Han l in c Heal Kaiate. - Dealera In Land Warranta and OrtinatM;Certiaratelo. rated and patented, making: L'ullnitlone and paying Taxeain till a and oilier Utalea, Hurey carefully Iu veated and Loana NctotlaUd with ample Sriuirlty, taige bqrtica of choice larniinir Laud a In tbieand other conntlaa Tor Bale, Title. Examined, Perfroted and Recorded in the propor countlea. Lande Kxam inrd, dltided and prepared for aale In email trade to ault pnrchaaers. l'artiea hating Land., Hoiieea or Lota for Bale or Beat, will Dud it greatly to their advantage to bare a deecrlption of the eame at our office. - TEEHt RSASONABLI.. ' . ' Orrica Weat aide of Publio Square, over Prather aurpny a ury uoooa store. Curreepnndenoeeolioited. , Ballaa, Texaa, April i, 1873.-dnU:lu JJLOCK, JETT !i CO., WHOLESALE. roqersj AND DEALERS IN ' baogino:andties, Cor. Elm & LAmak siii I fj DAttAB : i '".' Texas. vlnlldtf ":' ' A Card -' ;..;, To the Citizens of Dallas City, and vountry at large: , , " Tho undorsigned have established themselves as goneralStpckAuction oors, Appraisers and 'Cotnmiusion Merchants in your midst. , Stock ef all kinds,' Roal Estate, Goods, Fur niture and Household Efforts of ev ery description bought and gold on the tnoBt reasonable terms. ' Tn nnnnnp.tinn'wlt.h t he khAvn W sineBS,we have established an Intel ligence Offlco.wbere we will rocoive apQlicatipns for business of every DBturo, ana nope to oe able to givo just and general satisfaction to all .!.XEe8p0ctful.jr;o'l "I. M.A. HIBBLER. . Vf. B. ROBERTSON Office and Sales room on Main, doors East of Jefierson Streets 1 March 6, 1873,-do21;tf Arrived and "7 if CT W j f xr ! j" "X o f .mi !;:: iw Spir and , Tho Largest Stock of NEW SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS, ' CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, AC., That have ever graced the counters nnd shelves of any house in the City or State. Their departments in Domestic Goods In varioty and quality, aro Bocond to nono' of our largor Southorn ' nnd Westorn iress Goods When Goodu are shown on their ' light, in their elogant Store, aro dazzling in beauty, and consist partly of Poplius, Silks, Lenos, Ironlrame, Satin Stripe and "' B rochet Grenadines, Printed Linens, : . Linen Lawns and Muslins. THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT Will bo comploto with all kinds of Goods in that line, laoh as , , PIQUES, JACONETS, CROSS-BARRED MUSLINS, VICTORIA AND BISHOP LAWNS, NAINSOOKS, SOFT FINISHED CAM BRICS, WHITE MARSAILLEg QUILTS, SWISS AND MULL MUSLINS, PATIST, LINEN ; LAWNS AND CAMBRICS, ORGAN- ' , s DIES,' TARLATANS, EM- " , , "V.. V- BROIDERIES, AND ALL ... KINDS OF LACEsi LACE COLLARS, SHAWLS, ic., 4c. ' " Irish Linen Towels and Table Cloths of every de: , scription, defying competition. BOOTS AND SHOES. They makV a Specialty ?of that branoh, keeping all the best makes , of Batchellor'i Goods and others for plantation use, besides the best of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New Ark Hand .".! ifsi gewed goodiito Ladios and Gentlemon.e wear. ... Thoir Retail Stock in this line is largor y, than any ot onr rogular shoe stores , while their prices aro lower. . MEN'S BQY:SAKl50UTH'S CLOTHING. Which they manufaclnre themselves,' is .another great item in their business. The assortment Is equal to tho largest exclusive ..- Clothing Houses in the State, topathor with a full line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS; also ' , the Latost Stylos of HATS. . V. Our Mr. A. Sanger is at present in New York, together with our resi dent bnyer, Mr. I. Sanger, and they both "boing truly alive to the demand, will buy nono but the most Fashionable ' Goods,, and such that tho country1 requires. Buvinrr for Cash in lfirir nnnnt.itUa fnn fnn TTmee . ! rAKi.l Railroad, from.manufacturors and importers, we are prepared to sell to Merchants as low as they oan buy at St. Louis, New Orleans and Galves ton, and v6uld respectfully ask them to examine our Stock before going : SANGER BROS. , DALLAS, SHERMAN, BRYAN, AND CALVERT, TEXAS. Dallas, Texas, March 21, 1873.-dn31 .. -- r a. i ttHpsjsBHsjE: to Arrive! ! Summer Goods ! Citios, Thoir , ' Department. counter,' undor thoir splendid Sky Weald raapeetfally Inferaa tbe ettlaaaa af (Hllaa . . ",. ,lcla,,V u4 be hu peraaeall loealed blaa aetr a Ibia city, aad that he Sere tie wnfaealead eerticea I then, and wentd elate, ee be It a eraa ger uaoni lit.., ia.l be te a regular greteaee wf . . the Nam jwlu.. i .. . .i . .. .. . wiwviv, Bwicme. aw ana awa.:, baa been In tbe eclWeduilee ef bit arefttala Iwr ' tleexpartoace la the trealBaM ( fi ?. ta u bt t"taeraj eailXaattea.aM a. v llcita a ahara Is the pat.ll. aatreaege. Balereto John Henry Hretattea UadAgwta.- . B. r, imra AUo..Cuaaailnieaa1eiAuta,ak4 V. 0. landaU A Iro., Merrbaaia.ae la e.aalttoallaae. ' Ha aaekee epeolelly af mvaaaMliaea, iMraifta., ;, tkia UlaeeMe.aaddleeaeeeof w.aaae ..4 cbildraai, ay beeonaultedalbiarealdeaeaat Dallas terrega ' 1 All ardera left will receive pree ailealiea. Pallet. Texaa, Jaaaary M. Ullt:awa-aU); tea ' JJljS, MARY MoCABK, ; ON Al'STIN ITB1KT, BKAB OriTKfliU.Ot,, .. i , HaTlng Sltod up her new alere ta aa tlegaat Baa ner, la new prepared te a.pply er.ry deaaaad It lata Una af LADIES AND 0RNT8""" FURNI8I1INO Q00D8. SbaalaebuatnaMtorlmtnlof ., NOTIONS OP Alt KIKDB "i " ' ' 1 - " '! a ';'!.- a ,.'ii i t and keeps oooalantly oa band a Hparlar lUt af 4 PAINTINGS IN f ATER AND OIL, togetker with echoic. Mllonf ' ' ' ' ; ,l-n5.d,f01r0fc0. JJISS ANNIE SMITH, Gtaiairal " Ktwt Agtmt, . . . "t dealer It. . , LA TE PERIODICALS, JeSeraaa St., seat la real OMot. DALLAS, I .' . TKIA" In connectlea with all the leteet' Jenrnala pak. ' ll.kej la the United lialee, ahealae keeps the laaat Ulgara,Tokaocaan Nalloaa, I wkiak akelaTllea tbe attention af Ike publlo., aSMlf rpUE BROVN COTTON GIN. , Plantera, do not bat four and An dellare ear aaw ' tar your Cotton din wbea yon oaa get tbe beat la i market, fully gnaranteed, for tweuly-flte ar thirty par oeat. leae. We barn no atenw tn Tataa, tkera ' fore yq will get the benefit ef the agenta' eeaieaie. : elona and allowaneee by ardartng dirert ef the mee iifaetnrara. Mend for elrealar llk Ml parUoalara; and taellaienlala. Addreaa, ISKAtL. r. BROWN, Prtsidstt, . xirow Lotton uta ut. ' ' Nr Loadoa, Can. wnlMnot - D ISOLUTION. .. t), AND COPARTNBBHIP. Kotloe la hereby gteeir tkat the eonerteerhli. eilellng Utvaea H.J, AS. Rrln, la Ihie day dlaaei. Ted by mnlnal oaneeat. The llabllltleaet aald Iraa will be paid by t. A S. lrla, ,n..-.. j .-i , (1,C0PAETNER8KlP.,,a(!-J,;, J. t g. Brit ban tkta day fetned and entered laU . a new cipartnerahlp. and will still eontinaa heal neea at their old atand oa Ik lee aide at tbey aqnare. We lake tkie eppeetaaity af thank lag ear many invuue ana ine piipue generally ar- paei farora aud reapotfnlly aellclt Ikelr patroaage ltf tba lalure, ,v.. ,t ,. J 48, BB1N. -1, : aMtfll, a. t. i.vob...w M.i,MM,HMMwtHdi t traiaatli- F. LtXEtfcCO.yo', . , Cotton efc Wool Faotorts , .-,:,"-! fi'llll-- i;' ' - I - i 1 In : .' SKKIIAl . COM MISSIOK MEBOHAMTB, Ttrpinui tt,jt, C.RtX., Corslcana, Ennls and Dallas. Special alt.atlon paid ta rereltlneaad fbrwardlaa! geoda and ptadaee. Ooaalg aajeata. laeaeetfally ee. icwa. wm rrarraaue near aeew. . .leeiii. CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, 'I . W":K, ''''".Mill l ., . JOHNSON at HcILHKNNY, rrop'ri' ' ' DaUttai, -i TtixatB. ' , General ,, 8tage .I'.OfBce,,' ' 'We gaarantaa the beat KcooaaieJatlna la itortk- era Texaa. .i:i-i ' '' iMwtfatUtt t gO UTILE UN HOTEL, ;; A. D, B LLIS, , Paor'a, : j . (roraatrlyaf Waearlyi Ma!) i '' ' Main Stiiit, ,v. Dallai, Tixai. .11: If! .U ' .1l I tl' l.il (I Wt A Tbla new Hotel will ee one freai and. eftat tbt 24th intt. (or the acceaamodatlaa efgaeata. Jt It anw building, and rntalahed threnghout with itef farnltora, aao la praaldM orar by an etparleaeed caterer, who never atila to provide fer bit patreaa Ika rery beet that tbe aiarketa afferd. ' ' ' 1 -,, r If Htk of Harck. It7e. yyiLLIAM TELL. , HOTTB1I, t ' Cot. Mamt A CoxMttc 8ti., ! . ,t .,, . DALLAS, TZXAI. F. L-BOHNY, Proprietor. Mavtqg'leaaed . tbla well known and pepnjer Ilouaa. and thoroachlT refitted the aama. the aa- dertigned la deter eolned lo keep a 6ratlaae keaae. prnmlalnir eatlafaolion to all wka nay rarer klaa with a call. Special attention lea to tranalaat tiaitor. i uA well inpplled Bar Roam la altaehed to tbt boiee. ' ' .- . t V- L, BOHMT. Jfeb 31-73 TlqlOdtf , . t . a, I wait,,. ...jam. a. roaaaa,.. Anatla. ... a. aeaatt Hew Terk. iJeaatoa. WheleaaU Sealers la j ' . ; .. ltEADY-MADJB clothing; CENTS' Fl'RNISHINfl 00DS, HATS.ETO..' 19.......,.....jrklU tre)at,..,...lt (Oader the Hntchlne Heaae,) Her. , l72M:ly.J. -HOUSTOK, TIXAS. DR.J. W MILLER, " ? ? ' rhyslcfan anid Surgeon ; ,1 . ' ! ,l.v ' ' ' :. .'! Keepectfnlly Interna tbe eltl seat af Vallaa thai he gredtieled In tb Virginia H ere Iledlea) Oetlege, March, 11, waaavrceaa at Chyle bor.ee tlitplul, Richmond, Va,, dating fbd war. That was ana el tbelargeat tn lb Oeatedertcy, there anas. Mate rooaa tor 8,'WO patlenle, Hekaa lwen la aetlta practice la Virginia from the cloee of tbe war aa til tna 24U day ol beeaeiber . when ba lef t fer Texaa, baa located tn tbla eity and olTera bla ear eicee to the pabllo.' Befer iu ateear I. Clark ' Sty an.. ' ,' : , i. a r) a Offlee.tnd mtdenee Vorth of fanvbarlaad Preabyterian rhnrctii batwwa Haaatea an Jrnr aen atrreta, "M D2t-d9a) V i: ' :t I J , i ;! leaamdi Brj if ail lt "'S9 h vi ... 'Jt, '.le-sts--'