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THE DAILY HERALD.
I. McCAUSH, Kdltor. Our Agrnl. VThe areanthbilrrrt tn rerelro rtiWrlpttnne ami ilT.rll.iiif for tin. Iiitlly ai:dVvly HttaAint J.C. rbcw.HOO UroniHuT. NfW Yrk ! 0 P. Hiiwvll Co., 41. Park Tlow New Yeiki Cot "Wwithrlll t'o., PMIhiIiIiIMh , (irllTIn t llufTIUHn. hiltimore! T. Viltnyre, New Urban; R. II VmMnr, lliioalim: Hun. Jon, r. Lime, Aiuitin; I.o Tarle'.nn, sol PinoMreot.Ht. Louie, Mo. ) S ) FOB OOVRRNOR, J. W, Tnnot KMOBTON, f CollU. 4- SUXDAT, APRIL 20, W3. Tiik Informal electioa, of wbieb. we gave notioe 10 me time since, will be held la the'vt'rious preolnota "of the county to-morrow. The Legislature have already em. powered our County Court to issue the bondi for the , completion of our oourt house, and this volo il taken to asoei tain the will of the pooplo. , We feel it unneo. esearyforus to tonka any comment on Ihli all-Important question. We only point to the unfinished walli in our pub lio square, and ask a full eiprceeion from the people to-morrow. , .. SATURDAY NIGHT. Tho click of tho typo ns tlioy fall Into the niick, at this we ama' hour in which wo writo, the chirp of tho night siiigors .which nro waking from their winter's Bloop to chant in the inarch of merry spring, tho flick oring'liglit of our almost exhausted lamp,'arid tho long shadows which are creeping tip the wall, admonish us no less sensitively ' than ' the hoary weights yhich weariness has fastened upon our ' lids, that the time and Reason for poriodic rest has come. It is a lonesome, choorloss condition , which sur rounds and oxists in this printors lifo wo .loud, ono which livos in wakefulness .outside - the curtains of slumber' which naturo draws around its poacoful sloopors. But wo live, " noTortholossi ' and wo think and droara in our waking just as others do who; recline on downy pilrows and fool tho boavy prossuro which care and trials place botwoon their eyes and rost; ' Yes, wo think, and though 3 our, thoughts ..may somotiraos turn from tho wliito shoot before us and wandor away to tho beautiful isles which live in . the oxpanso of choris!iod rocol lec tions, in' which tho scones of boy hood, as they march into tho oita dol of "love's young droam," tako form and v fashion in systematic shapo, bringing back to mind tho " never moro " of bur lives, wo can not, do not, fai to return again to tho prosont duty which never couhos to domand our onorfiios and our labors. Wo go marching on with tho living, into tho groat shados which dofinos tho ohd of timo whilo designating tho lino, whore Eterni ty begins. And we fool, liko others do, that moments lost can never bo recallod. But how many of us lose thoBo moments, full of golden glo ry, if only improved, but fruitful of sadness and sorrow bocauso of our slothfulnoss. , How many to night are wasting away tho bright sands in their life's hour glass, lit tie hooding and little oaring that thoir mimbors aro boing snont and that, the hand is being palsiod by sinful acts which shall bo kept in . constant training to invest the slen der stand, and improve tho fleeting seconds in which their falling fall ing falling, fills the bottom chain- v ... 1 i il Der to do traveiiou pornaps 'npi more. . , J yP CommuuioateJ, letter from Mayor Long- T th Editor of the Celine IlersU. k Tho communication in yostcr dny'a edition of your paper, hoadod " Individuals danco, whilo tho peo ple pay the fiddler," after giving a very learned and scientific expla nation of tho ruinous workings of tho chain-ganp' on Main street, winds up, making charges perfect ly false within themsolvos, and ask ing questions to whatever authori ty may have sont chain gangs to do thisso-callod work of ruin. Kow.Mr. Nussbaumor.did not Mr. Hudson, our most worthy police man in charge of the chain gang, upon your inquiry, toll you that it was. tho -Mayor- who sent him on this spot to do this very work ? Why do you say that the ground upon which tho market houso is being built was preparod for that purpose by the chain gang, whon you know that it is not so, us Wm. C. Youbg took, the contract and gotpay'for doing it, kindly giving tho Mayor permission to uso tho brush for the purposo of building a dam above j and that tho Mayor with hirt own team had tho fire wood lmnled home, for which ho paid two dollars. Why, Mr. Hubs bnumur, dy you, a good and tried friend of eighteen years standing (until, as it seems recently) chargo tho Mayor with corruption, whon you would not look him whom yon have known fiinco boy hood Btmuclit in tho face and swear that ymi oven believed it possiblo. IfJ as c! :arged in tho beginning of said rirt'elf, private interest is promoted by public improvement, I shall ho happy and only desirous to bo able lo do a good deal, and for a good many persons, in that way. Your ihlVront charges are not eonsisli ni ; lor how can tho vanio of privi io property bo enhanced on a ruined stroot? And as to tho ruin so surely prophesied, Mr. Nussbaumcr, there aro two opin ions on tho subject, and I belong to thoso who think that your proph. oy of ruin will bo vory slow to como to pass, as 'tho. sandy soil of which' you speak is about throo- fourlhsclay. You sny that the market houso, together with tho ground whereon it stands, belongs to private individuals, and that tho city has no interest in it whatever; whilo according to contract virtu ally all of said property and tho buildings that may hereafter bo put thereon, no matter how costly, are tho liroiiertv of tho city of which the market hall is by tho council leased, by contract to tho Market House Company for twelve years, tho Council reserving tho upper story exclusively for thoir own uho and control for a city hall and offlcos, thereby saving tho city, which has no money to build ono horsolf, at least ton thousand dollars ront 'during the twolvo years, and having bosidos tho buildings eloar, without tho oxpondituro of a nicklo. Without money wo boautify Main stroot. The press of Pallas can boast of a fine market houso in Dallas, and wo arc ablo to control beef markets in regard to tho health of the city. . Mr. NuHsbaumer, your name is signed to a communication not all your own. Your name covors, what others, not as good friends ofmino as you oneo was, lon to tell rue. But let mo tell thorn all that thoir arrows fell powcrloss from tho mark; that 1 would be happy to hear of thoso wiso men, who know so well how to censure good advieo and the odor of moans to onablo this city, so heavily laden with dobts, to mako all public im provements asked for by tho poo- plo, instead of having to depend on tho chain ;;ing alono to do the work. Mr Nmsbnumor, I forgive you. And hero I would call on any property h"l. lor or member of tho Market Ilimso Company, who can, iu this orii'iy 'other matter con corning t 'n administration of tho city of Pallas, chargo mo with the loast coi ruption, to proclaim it loudly, and if not, to do mo justice publicly. This is my first, last and only answer to any charges publicly or privately, mado against mo, and CI shall ask my conscience alone to guidomo in my action, ovor hap py and desirous to roceivo tho good advico of exporionced mon. BEN LONG, ' Mayor City of Dallas. EstaMisbed iannary IstJSGG. ff C. JORDAN & CO., Dalltiia, TexnH. R. P. Al'NSPAVCll, - Insliler riKNT am fa per discoi nted at ueasox. ABLE RATES. (OlLKl'TIONH MiUK OB all pari or the fnlon Mi rreiliud for prom pi I j GOLD, SII.TER AND Cl'ltRKNCY DOU01IT AND S0I.D W ilrnw at eight fur Cold and Currency In emoauta to auit : .- ('rrnapondrma. KIMf YORK, . Fwnieon, Pcrklne Co., 80 Wll St. -BT. loins, lloaimaa'a Ruing Imtllutliia. NKVY ORl.KANS, IVrkliK, gwanaon It Co. 0ALVK8T0N, Hall, lliitclilnga Co. OPEN fRO.1l 9 A. M. till 3 P. M. IXSIRAXCEDEPARTMENT. Waaroairaatafartliofbllowlnir Flrt Claae In enranro Coiiijpnniae, and tnka rikn at ratoi eatab llahed by tha Hallaa Bonnl of Undrrwrtteral FRANKT.1N FIRR INSURANCE 00., of 1'hllml -lidila, Aunt. J.1,31I,318 88 BABTK0R0 IHB INSl'RANt'R CO., of Hartlot I, On it., Asseta ......f'2,SOO,000 00 8TATB INSURANUH CO., of llanll.al, M"., Cih Aawte IMO.OOO 00 MKKOHANTS MUTl'AL I.IKK ISM'RANCE 00., nf 0 ilrntoli, (tall AtHlll pnldl.iUO.UOO IK) TFXAS BANKING AND INSURANCE (.. of i:It.Kni. Cnrh Cnpitnl ...,5'l,OilO 00 PLANTBIW INSVRANI'E CO.. of lluaeion, Taxae, Oath Papitnl f.lVi.OOO 00 T. f. JOUUAN CO. Una-dwly jyi T. WILLIAMS, office and aasiuixr jit in DiroT umo itoii, II. ITIIKT. flu offer, lili prnfenelonal tertlcee to the cltltent of Halhiaetid the lurronudiiig country, ii'J'dtf 8, S. Junta T. J. Uronndi g S. JONES & CO., DALES IN FAMILY GliOCEIUES -AND- Provisions. NEXT DO0K 70 AUAUS i LKNOBD'I RANK, Kim Street, Dallas, TeiM. QTIAS. T. MORIMSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DALLAS, Kub. SlnlCMIjr TEXAS. RAILROAD COKNEK! ASH & WAGNER, DAKLKRI M General Merchandiie IJallitH, n'eiBB, ( Knowa ai Ike CUE.tr STORK.") Ara now receiving their FALL STOCK, coMrmsisa DRY GOODS, DOOTS.SHOES b HATS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARD WARE, WOODEN WARE, GROCER IES, CROCKRW, TRUNKS, STA TIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., PnruhaMd at hnaduunrtari In tho Nortbara aa Kintiin clllai, wllliin lha Mt Iwtntr daji, fa ChhIi. Wa will ooutlnua to ranaUc gondii ararj month, nml our atock beinc lull and comnltte In Trr Una of guiiiln, and purcliuand for CASH, wa can and will Sill at Chttp ai thi Cheapett. Thankful toonrniimarona frlamla andlia public (nornllj forpait paironan. wa aak a ooiitlanaaca at Ilia iii. aaHarluij thnni tlitt wt will drill onljr on flinrny nonaai irini:iHiia. lllra URa can ann aiam HI to ;emiielTl, ASH A tVAQNKR, lioJ'tf. Rtlroitd Curnar. Ji-DOWELL&CU, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Gnoouns, COTTON HIDES JLCOUMRY PRODUCE BOUGHT Odil-Followi Dnlldlng, Dallas, nl-fl-tly Texas. C. I. KELLKR. J. I., w. riiARKe JELLKtt k rilARES, TlMl.lont I)ciiiiigt, Ofllcaun (lain Atreet, north elite of pub, eqr em l)re. Elliott A SlaTenaoa'a drug elore, Uallui, - - Texas. Office houre from I o'clock a. m., until 4 o'clock p. m. nadn-n'JSwtr I Jo wrimul)ouGLA' MERCHANT TAILORS, THE LATEST AND HOST FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. Oat and made by EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. JenVcoa Direct, between Main and Dim, nl.'iid.lnia Dum, Ttxu, F.'GEOEGE, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, MANUPACTUKERS' AGENT, AND DIALER Itf imiGGISTS' SUNDRIES, Patent Dledleflne. and Toilet Artlclci, 113, 115, 117 & 110 Tremont Street, Galveston, Tma AGENT FOR Biirhen'a CnwTlIc Comuiiiinila.nrxlanha-r n.m. dioe,Orai('i lllcrowopx, Ilahcock'e 8llo. ; uppor tare, Perry Darle' I'aln Killer, Allen', Luni Balaam llu,-,,,t' M..M.U..1 it.......... ... . March U, 1873..wuJ7;ly w- 0I''. Jno. II. Bryan, QLARK & BRYAN, WI10I.ESAL8 AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY-GOODS AND Gnooirn XXI 19, HARDWARE, STOVES AND FAUBINQ IMPLIHENTS Alio do a general Banklnad Eickaifebulaaet Weit aide of the Scinare, a DALLAS, TEXAS 1-Tl-dlr. J M. THURMOND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Dallas, Texas. Office Tarry A BlaaVe Building-Up Slain. Nl&illy V i l. jxa. t. AV1.T, o.. JiKmm. TJLT, JENKINS & AULT, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS AND BURVEYORS, Dalian, Ttxu. Will Mil. laaaa and rtnt lauda la Dallea end aUolnlag counlleas ebUlo ;teim, Imy su Mil land cor tiniM, u - TIrin laudala Norlhtru and NorlliwoatTtiu. Land! far Ml . rojlalored iraa 01 cnaria. aroiiii najomlne (be Callai library room NorikaldoflhaBiur. oMif . - LL WHOLESALE ORDERS FOR hould ho aildraaad to E. H. Owiblor, Uonatoi, whose clock il laimenee. and prlcaa kalow com pel Itlon. jlarcn zv, inu.wDav.ii JjJLM. STKEJET li.N. DA WSIf , proprietor, Kna roulanllT on hand Samara. Vroth. Baited and Biaokod mtiatt, and all kin 4a of Togatabloa In hair acaaon. i-ni-oomo CEIICEIICEl FRED. HORi Sc CO., Hare opened an Ice Depot, on Jefferson St., Opposite the Gold Room. Where they are prepared (o furnlih Ice at FOUR CENTS PER POUND. 47dtf 8. i. ASAM8 1. Ii, LEONAEB DAMS & LEOIVARD, Dallas, Texas. We are cermaDentlT located in tbiieitj and do a general fiankini; Buaineu. We buy and tell exchange a NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, BT. LOUIS GALVESTON, HOUSTON, And all the priaolpal towns and titles il the eouth-weat. We drrfw direot on the leading eitiea of Eurorc, and also deal In told, tilterand ourrenov and make eolleotiont at all i'ointt in Ike South. Dallas, October 28, 1872-tf. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY. CHANGE OF TIME! OnandafterMONDd y, March 1873, sbbuIi tmnawiu run aa loiivwa; Aceommoikitlon. Arrlrlng at Bad Rlter Ctt, LRATES BSTOJI Dil IT (Hnaday ElNatcel) at 8:60 a. ra. nai day J at Aa,. tln,S:16p. ra., and at Waca T:4f p. ai. laaie day. Returalng.leaTe, Bed Blfer Oltyat :.10 p. at. Saterday eicoptad Auetiaat S;loa. a. and Waro S 00 a. aa. Sunday excepted, arriving at Uaaa ton at :J0 p. ai. ArrWlngatBad Biter City atl:la p. an., and Auitlo at :00 a. an. next day Sunday excepted. Retiirnlm, leaiee Bed Blfer City at S:60a.m., and Anitla at :30 p. n., nrrMng at HonatoaatSiOS a. at. a tit day. 9i00 a, a,. J Accommodatloa 1EATES HOUTM 1AILT 81OO p. m. Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars Are attached to Acooajmodatlen Tralae between Uouatoa and Anetin. Paaaengera far Waco noct take Mall aad Ex. praaa Train Iwitijg llauten at UO a. m. The abore Tralna make the fallowing coane tiona. Tia i At Hearae wllk International K. R. dally (Sun. deye excepted) North at 8 30 p. at. and 34oa. at.; South, at 12 00 p.m. and II 16 p.m. At Waco with daily (tagea to all polnte Weat. At Hexla, with line of Hacks Air FalrOtld end Butler, oa Saadaya aad Wednaedayi. . . At Dallat, Weat, for Waatherford aad Jacktbore Mondaya, Weaneadaya and Prldaya at 7 OS a. an. ICaat, for Tyler andl.ongrlew, Bandar l, Wedaot. daya and Prldaya at 1 00 a. ai. Tor Fort Worth, daily at 7 00 a. m. Sonthweet.for Oletmrae, eery MoadayatTOOa.n Nnrtliwtat, for Denton and Qalnaarille, erer. WailiiMdayat7 00a.m. ' ' At Sherman dally for Boaham, Parle ClerKnllle. and Jafferaon. at 8:00 a. in. Weat, to Pilot Point, Oalneerll'e, aad Jackeboro. trl-woekly. At Red Rirer City, with Mlttourl, Kaattt aad ,w pu, nuno nail oq f Oat. At Led better, with dally Stage rnr LaOranaa At McUade.wlth dally Stage lor Baatrea. ' At Auatin, with daUy glare for Baa Marceo. New Braeafelt, San Antonio and II Pw. Throngh Tlcketaanldat Honatoa and Anatla to all polnte North, Xaat, and Waet, la Bad Blur City and New Orleana, and at Utmpitead and Brr. an to all polnte North, Eaet and Welt, ,1a New Or. loane. Alto rla etage linaa to Dan Antonio, Weeth tme ',,r' W"b' ana Cuvki Throagh Rataeand Bllla of Lading alten from BUtloaa en the line of tle road to New Orleant. Por throtxk late of freight apply to A. Anna Badaa.WatUra Ageat.gaa Antoale, Taiaa. J, DCEAND, Oen'l Seat, J.WALDO.O.F.AT.A., i... W. MORTON, General Undertaker, COCHRAN STREET, Online, . . Teaaa. Kaeda conatantly on hand ready-made Cofflne and maki tharo to order. Alto a full lunr.li o riWt SMKTAMCBCRIAL CASES. ' '"V"'0 Dellaa, leb. 18-7S-ao8d3aioa. J. BERNSTEIN CO., "WJaolosiTilo Olotiiiors. CORNER STRAND ANp TREMOJJT STREETS, Galveston, - . . ' . Tkxas, Are plaaiad to aoaouuca that tlnlr Stuck of GeDllomea't Sprlnj and Summer Clotklni la oera I. eonjprliiag aa Large and Etolia an Aeaortment aa any one would wlah to find la any market k they oiler to the Ttade at Reuaeoahle Pricra and on Liberal Terra!. They rcipacl fully iaitt tho' natloa of their atock before purchuiug alaewhera. ... ,,0l' , da33-2aiiia OTss X X)OWaWSjS3 CO,t GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN fiitiur, Toliaeco, Scgars, Wood .and Willow-Ware Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Etc., North Side or tiie Pobho Square, on Main Street, ' - Dalian, Texas. Dellaa, Tela,, fabrnary , 'T3-noM3ao. M. FBIEND & CO., VTUOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAURS IN LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, DALLAS, TEXAS. Wklakyi, Brandlea, Wlnae, Cordial, Bitter,. lot. ported Ale and Parter, and a complete list f all article, in their Una. Cigars and Tobaeco Of tke beat kraada la large qaantlUM and 'far eale at ekoapeat tataa, Attached to tkelr bulaeu la a SL3VEXXiXI IIOOM, i ader ,hdupnrTlelon ef Dir. Murrla Wilton, an ao eontpllehed eaterar, who la alwuye ready to enter tain tlaiiara. nlO-dtf. W. Q. Xixij.l. T. P. Baxdau. w. G. RANDALL k BRO. Wholesale and Retail Bcalcrs In Dry Ododsi BOOTS, SHOES AND CL0TH1N3, DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS. IIIfinEST PRICE PAIDPOR COTTON, WOOL A HIKES W. A.JoNaa, B. Lockmak, A. JONES & CO., MANUFACTURES OP TI3XT WARE, WDOLKSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STOVES &C. SIGN 01 TUB BIG COPPRK POT, Main Street, - ' Dallas, Texas. mr All Order, Promptly Attended To. Hi l-l-dly ' We II. CA JIEY, Builder and Joiner, SHOP ON MAIN STREET, JVear the Dallas Foundry Ilewlll make cantractafor any kind of bnllillne Plaea, Speclftcatinve aad Ettiinatce furniehed to partiee wiehlng Is build, and material aupplled whan dealred. oldtf Wat. Ii .WULIAMS. 01T. B. SKAT W ILLIAMS & SEAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Dallas, Texas. Office 0er Alh A Wagner'a Store. aoMw-noSMlyr Fruits, Confectioneries, Imporled and Doraejtio CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC., ALIO ICE COLD SODA AND LEMONADE To be had at W.E. COLTON'S, Next door to Connor i Walker', Drng Store, ' . Soath eide of Main St. DAL LA S, TEXAS. fi2dtf J. W. STEVENS, ! HOUSE and PIGN 3P AStiiitor, I take llile oreaalen to return ny lhanka to the public for their liberal patronage, and pronilte that all work eatruttod to my care in future will ha ex ecntad promptly, and eatltfactiua la all catca guar antocHi. Shop on Main Street, below the Foundry. 52dtf S. PENN, CONGRESS AVENUE, . . . AUSTIN TTta Books, Stationery, mews and Varieties, Subicrlptlon. recelred for all paper, aad Magi0M, RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY DAT School book,! Shool book, I Blank book, I Blank book, Gold Pen, I Gold Penal Etc., Etc. Wall paper I Wall paper I OJU-dt JJ D. ZACHRY, JIANUPACTURER OP SODA WATEE AND SYRUPS OF ALL KINDS. Special Attention given to all Ordtri en . trusted to hit care. Hie wages will delirer all city orilert, and ordtn from theoruutij rotpectlully aolicited, ElmSlt-aMit, Dallna,Texae. dn42-tf JJOCTOBS P. A J. S, I'ABHItlGTOH, IN TEXNYiON'S NEW BUILDING, 0 ppoilte AilaniB & I.oona.'il', Bank. 52-dl OT. LOUIS BOARDING HOl'SE O AND SALOON Main Street, near the Depot BOARDING AND LODGING ATT THIS 1I0UBK $4 50 PER WEEK. MEALS OR L0DU1NU TWENTY-PI B OKNTS, Mdlw F. M. HANKS & CO., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND LAND AGENTS, OFi'ICE-IN TIIE IIAYNES' BUILD1N0 We hare a large amouut of Yaluablc Lavids for Sale, ltuated in Dallaa and anrioundlng countlat, bctk i Improved and Unimproved- Alt, a large list of the moat denlrable DALLAS CITY PROPEUTT, Namely Dwelling,, Dwelling and Builnett LoU,l tarlout pnrla f the city. Mapt, platt and Pc! which can be aeon by calling at the office. Bpecni attention la called to 16 Lots 50 by 100, Of the Hank'a Addition, on Roe, Avenue and Jacinto Street, which we offer at ' HOO (GOLD) EACH, Half Caih and balance at Omontha. TVs have facilities for tho collection ' Publio Free School Vouohers-wm W them at a reasonable discount, or dos oashonthem, to bo deduoted whes col lected. . ' i WshftTe just received 10,000 aores ot land eerlifioates, rit : 6 40e, 12 80s Ps; third of leages nd 19 20s, which we 0BW for sale at the maiket ratjs. , They have perfeoted arrangement J whioh they will keep themselves supp as long as they are lo be had in the nr ket, and will fill orders when required. Will locate Land Ccrtlflcatu for ona-fourlh the land. Will perfect Title, lo land and com" ClaJme. S UBSCRIBE FOR TOE HERALD.