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LOCAL NEWS. .1 J, IV. HARTIIOMlW, Local Editor. , Gift enterprlufi Chioken. . --Business on lli Increase at our liotuls. , Soros Dm fish in market yeslordav. A lafe rumor Is that the houses of the l(jrwto be numbered; A oily park, if,not two of tlicoi, le wht li needed. A eecond storj will be added to Hoc kin'e drug it ore. Dysentery is prcraUing lo some ox- tent In our city. --Connor end WnlVer'e new brick build inf will be reidy for the roof In fewdaye. ' The Swedee of our city here conceived the Ideiof building themsolves a church, ! A drove of two tlionsnrj.l ehtep were driven norlh through tte olty yesterday. A poor Quartermaster went up the Central rosd yesterday.' A Gorman of fragrant memory Von Switser Cheeie. A Horticultural Society is what U talked of among the floral functors of our olty. --Twenty wagon loads of emigrants passed through the oily yesterday, going wcet. Elm street merchants veto the con templated exlention of the street rail road up their thoroughfare , Stop slaughtering hogs on Commurce street and rendering that locality unpleas ant to live in. ' Have the farm ars observed the Immense slook of harvesters rooelved by Messrs Field Bro's? A half dozen yoiing scapegraces (Igur. ed in a vioious stone-fight on Kim street, near the Presbyterian church, yesterday. Melallio cement roof Norman (A. (J.) manipulates his toilet at the Dallas Hotel. The anxiety is all over now and the Counoil is doing as well as could be ex pected. It's a good, liue, heulthy quorum. A nico Dallas husband is (hat who went home the other night with one pea. nut, and after eating the kernel, told bis wife he would not be slingy.hut let her fix up the shell for a needle oase. ' ' A pitohed battle took plans between two negreste living noar Sedwipk & El liot's lumber yard, early yesterday morn ing. One was knooked out of lime by the other, who thinking her dead, tied and has not yet returned. ' '' . Mr. H, 0. Andersen, of the bouse of Den Woods & Co.,-of Kansas City, is stopping; at the Ceumtrcisl. He repre sents one of the strongest houses west of New York, and will no doubt establish for it a good laxas trade. A stalwart negro attacked a litll girl last night on Houston streot, with ill intention to outrage her person. Doing near a bouse, her ecreams attracted the at tention of the Inmates, who went to her assistance. 'The darkey escaped. Mr. C. L. Kiddle takes his table grease at the Crntchfield and appears In the fol lowiag good hits : As agent and correspon dent of the Houston State Gaxette, corres poadiagedtlor of the Hempstead Messenger and agent of the Louisiana Equitable Life Insurance Company, and yet after all these lie knows no pain. Two amateur bruisers had a oham plon maloh yesterday In the grove north-east of the Paolflo depot. They fought six rounds in about thirty minutes, when a courier came rushing up with the intelligence that a braoe of polioemen war on the advance, when at once they doubled up their musole and fled to spill claret elsewhere. . Bw Decalogue. Dowd wanted more whiskey than a bar keeper wanted to give him, and he at onoe read to the B. K. the Ten Commandments, that he was governed by in such cases. 1st. He wanted it. 2nd. He went to a saloon to get U. 3d. He called for it. 4 Lb, He took bis glaes sharp full. Gth He took sugar In it. Cth He Uttered it, 7th. Ho nursed it down in broken doses. 8th He generally got it. Oth. Often by tak ing it himself, and 10th. By shaking the lit tle bar keeper like a Brstos Bottom ague, whioh he straightway did, for which he was arrested. "ffhat portrait Is that my son?" asked a Dallas parent who owns some fin's fruit trees', pointing to apioture of the father of his country. "That ii George Washington's, father." "What did be do, my son, when a boy of your age?" .'... He cut down bis father's eierry tree, and when asked if he did It, said lie did." "Was that not right and noble, my son, and will you not always aot as George Washington did f"'. "I will I" and the reply thrilled the father through and through. That night the later' George Washing ton saw bis father climbing ever twenty five beautiful fruit trees,-looking little sorry-like. . . .,,;." ' ; "Did "yon do (hat ?" ' "I told you, father, 1 would not like George) Washington. I cannot tell a lie, I did It wiin my little hatohef, and,, (and bere his brow grew radieotasd hie eye flashed), j'l have got the inside track on young Wash, by twenty-odd trees." Mint Julim, dashed with, strawberrloi and pine applet, art now, being com. pounded t Dr. Sample's Kxobange by Maurice Wilton, Jone of tht finest artists in aha Southwest. He can be found in tht rear of tht wholesale establishment oOi'b V. ri, K. friend und Co't. , Mr. WIKju brings testimonials of sxoellent sjliolamliip from one of the best Insti tutions of ilm kind in Aniorica, and has no superior ts a barkeeper. Open from early morn till dewy eve. TIIU CITY COUNCII MEETING ON FRIDAY NIGHT. At quorum a'T.iot. My Bor-Na Dodsj lug t hi time. When wt reached the Muyor't oflioo Frl day night, everything was proceeding ex tremely lovely, and nilhougli the mere pro nounced figure pf Feorjtary Mitchell, and lheyjHdato anatomy of the City At torneyire nof,tiHliU Honor shown nolubly obild-like and'bland, a faot which we aseribed to the efficient substitution of Messrs. linrkadale and Cochran, in place of the gifted absentees, but which was more particularly due porhaps to the presence of that quoruei, whioh after muoh suffering and swearing hid at last been got togeth er, and although manifestly niuoh aston ished at its little pecadilloof being there it hcroicly refused In allow this ombarae ing frame of mind to operate adversely to Its going lo work in dead earnest, and dis patching the folowiug business: Motion of Alderman Swink that Al derman Cochran be appointed Secretary protem. Carried. Motion to defer' the reading of the law meeting, Carried. Communication of Dr. Janco, Referred to Committee on Hospitals. Memorial ,lo grado Muin, Commerce uud Kim streets, jlteftrrud lo Coiowiitoe on streets. 1'etilion to Inolnde block No. 32 in tire dislriott, Granted. Account Jof judge Taylor as judge of Appeals and judgo of elections. Referred to Com mi I toe on Claims. Account of Fields, Barksdule & Ault amounting to $l,2:j0 for codifying oiiy oriliiuiioi'S, Head and ordered paid. Account of Burksdale k Field, amounting to $160 for ameudiug new oode oi'ditmuoes. Moiion to repeal Section 6 and 7 of Chapter 2 of code of ordinances carried Messrs. Thovenet, Cuppy, Austin and Coohran voting in the affirmative; Swink negatiro. Motion was then made lo ad journ, and carried. GOSLIN & CO.'S HOUSE FURNISHING I COOKS I'STABIISIIMENT IN DALLAS, COIINI-H MAIN &LAMAKSTS. Dallas t'trniANTt who wont bargains In Havni n in l domeslio cigars and to tmcco hint belter write to Fred Oppenhei mor, No.' 118 North Second street, St. Louis. He wnnls to got, some of bis gooi's Texns, and parties catling on him first will he benefited most by the sacrifices he is willing to make in order to establish a correspondence with Dallas merchants. 57j(.f CARPETS &. QlJt CLOTH'S AT G0SLIN & CO.'S Fr Male. Bar Roem and Fixtures for sale. Apply for two days at Horald offioe. THE BEST MOSS MATTRESSES At GOSLIN & CO.'S Snidkr & Holmes are the largeat paper manuraotiirers in the West, and will fill nllordersforpaperofall kinds nt less price than any houao in St. Louis. Mor chants and slationers 'can order direct from their house in St. Louis. CUlt CUTLERY, CHEAP, AT , OOSLIIV Ac CO.'S : List of undelivered tn1i.tama ..!. inn in Ibe Western Union Tilonnh . fice April 19. J. RTnohard, Thos. Kield, iril 19. J. MJlohard, Thos. Kield, nee, L. L.STV J.P.Moore, D. rgan, .Taool Vs, A.J. Haw , Qua, Met?. J J. 8.fIION, Manager. n. ejnniep II. Morg (borne PARLOR FURNITURE AT GOSLIN 1c CO.'S Illy Scrip. A few hundred , dollars, City Scrip, for sale Apply to i! J. E. D. BLADES, 1 dSd'.'w Chrutahfield House. Tut Namslsss C(.vb, have deoided to give their fourth soiree next Thursday night, ; ; . . - WOOD AND VILLOW-WARE ca-ojaxiiisj e oo.'sm Kentnckr. a, ( . Fresh sUck of Havana and Domestic Cigars received per express at tht KENTUCKY, SOdtf Cor. Main and Marktt Streets. BED R001 FURNITURE I 'at ' " GOSLIN ft CO 'S '' ' - "MieHAlLEam" wuepnienttd last night lo a good house. The set-to toene was cspecinlly memorable, If not a little peculiar. L'rle hud lo get away with What's-hls-namo, and Wbat's-his-name had to make a cold corpus out of Krle. Well, Erie, went to work on What's-his name and began Inserting his little Wosteiiholtn In his vest pocket, when Wlmt's hls-name pleasantly drew his per suader and whacked away at Krle. It is remarkable how vigorously that powder aud stuff clung to that pistol. Krle, seo: ing the situation, wasn't so crazy but buf that he knew he had to die any wayj, so be proceeded to get away with him self, which ;he did by appealing to the tapestry with ono arm and holding on lo the floor with the other. Erie is requested lo ask What's-hii-namo where he gets his powder. HOUSEHOLD LINENS GOSLIN & CO.'S Ice ! Ice ! Parties desirous of being supplied with lee fur the season, oan have It left at their door every morning, by leaving their or ders at the IIebald Office. 40. dim dUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE AT GOSLIN & CO.'S IVolicv. We propose to sell the best mnlresses ovor made in tin gtato at the lowest prices, we defy coinprtion in price or quality. A large stock always kept lo furnish any size orders. Cell and examine before you purchase elsewhere. Msnufncturnl and sold by ST E AO ALL & CO. vl-nO'J-dwly. Elm street, Dallas Texas WANTS. AilfertiiifHirtlU inmiftl utnlrr linn htultttit exd-ftling our Unnjvr htfty Cent"; ottr four linn, Tra Vevln pfr Hit. WAKTKI-WK WANT (INK IIT'NPHKIion ilnrn lur 4ih Work iliiM wick, which wn Bre trnHireil to turn out with. nutnirtfl nm! dU ruti h , ul lowrat raic. W.tlTFD-T( SKI.t, (INK OFTI1E DKST iin) rsv.-d turmH in lijiltiu rnunt.r, 0119 nnd Aliiif iutlv liuin tliu uitv. I'rl.r mid particuUrH willlm furuUlif.l lit tht ll-r.il I offlou. TO I'KllVTHRie-FOItSAl.U- A KUCONI) liiind .tub 1'ri'n, 1'iiielnimti nimiiiliu-tiire, ni'Hilr new, ccitnilde anil in coal oritur; prints a shout Ifixli. Wilt tin mild rhuap for ensh, to nmko rmiiu lur otlmr iiinohiiiii). Apply ut ilw Dalliu liiiruld offlce. WASJ'rKolNKOIIMMION-W.J. WOOD Ml Clink cuunl.Y. AlkiiiKHH, on Ilm 2vd of Jnimtiy limt, nlnrowlili'li tinii noililu.; linn Imuii limnil nl him, nml It Is Id. red lit Ih linul. Iln ivifp, Mrs. M. A. Wiiud, i-piirlii'il thin pliiru 1111 Kridiiy linl, unit it milch ilintlirl'i'il In 111I111I it In nlwiirc. Clin Ih hIiiiiiiii! with her luwliiiiid' Kiilnwnil inulher, Sim, .1. A. Cniwfnril, oiiu mils woHt of DuIIhh, Any Inliiriiislinn ut the uiinaiiij; nun will tia gruteriilly ti'i'Hivfld by tier. 'IVxiii pnpers pleiiRi) copy. ,rid ' - - 1 - '' I ... US. MARIA BINGHAM. Is irpriftil to ntrtnlii Itoardarn nt her roftlfloiiro iirir (lis ournvr of t;nmmerc mul Marki't Strcnts fliul solicKs imti-oniigo, ditV2:t ll U. COUGIIANOCU, jf.ttor-ia.oy,tXsww' DALLAS, TEXiS8, l-l-.lly LFORD, MILLER & VEAL, OS jintittf, tfahinloii, Tivm. Alford, VoTal Sc. Co., til H.CuuinwrclAl St., St. Louis, lln. Collin Faclors, Central Cfliniaiosion Merchants, AXD ri'RCIIASISO A6EXTS. Bujtlrn nn4 TIm hirnlnhnl st lowi ut cimt ratM, to be iiuii' fur whtn cutton in mdd. (Inlma ,nl In eitti r hniiM lr Mf ri lmndiw, Plsntutiou Sii'ili,',Knrin. Utdnlla, Mnchlimry, ale, promptly Hllud. Eiciiigi (ir nit n Jiw Vrk, ,(t Orleans lad 81. Lnii llssats. T. C. Jordan t C., Bankara. Dullna, Tm a, will nmko liberal Hdvancga on coniignmanta t Ithsr of Ilia iWts houaoa. Jnn e e, 16; j-tJ:lr C1TI ASP COINTT OFFICERS. sisriior trrioEis, Uon.IlASDts Hast, Vallaa, JuJga Ulk Jailiclal Dii trict. Jiia. T. Ault, K.., DaIIm, District Atloiofy. orriciss or uui cockti. Joss P. KtnrooT, Dallu, J, P. Pracinrt 1. HomRT 8. Our, I.aucuiiter, ' 2, Mkriditii Mti:ks, 11 1' r WUUAM J. ll.tuiM., 11 " 4 ' 0. 0. IlllSTlAS. '.' " '1 5' . Joss M. Laws. Clark of tha DlatriiK Court. ' I. E. Cooiism, ) " t"tl Clarki Hssar Roll, J Jill M. Blown, Sheriff. M. V. Ooi.s, Traaaurar. K. A. Kiss, CooDly gnrtayor. CITT orriRKBg. II ri. loKfl, Mayor I ,r.. f; Tin., City Att'y IIsksi H01.1,. Tirawirrr, Tiioh. Ft.iav, SUrahnl C. S. Hitcssll, 8ac'y, D. Kino, Aan or Cidl'or ArvRiSHs:).- K.P . Pry.n, P. Copy. 0. M. Swink, Frank Anatln, M. Thatmvt, W. B.Uaitoa Jno W tana, A, II. Cochran. SOCIETIES. DAMAS CHAPTKR, No. 17, Rcvnl'Arfh 5rao hi will meat nt tha Mmilo Hull in tliaritynf Uallaa on th tat llimdiiy ri..r th In.t Sntnninv in ouch awmh. WM . C. YOUNO, II. K. 11.0. II t.sn Ball, Soit'y. Ul;bA8C')MMANI)Ki:T.N. fi, K.lrtt. T.mp i lr. will oiwt at lb Atrium, In th town 0 Uallaa, on tlnThnridny aftartha lAatgatnrilny In each month, at oarly candlo-lli-ht. , , K. a. BOWR, E. c. J. K. Barklit, Itoceriior. M.E.fl. P. 1 Tllll Wll.k-pu u ' IANNKIIIl.li LODOK,No. i. K. k. M., ma.t. 01, , th taconrl and laat Satrriluy of each moiuh. at th UaaoDio Hall . no-RTBou, w. m. RlIXIKLr KNOAJtt'SlliNT, Jt. J5, I. 0 0 T MMtton th flrat and third Friday ulfh'te of ' : aach atoutb, at tliOdd FiMoha' Ball. . . - w . F. A. SATKR, C. P. Attest! J. T). Kirtojt, Pcrlb. DLLA8 LOHOK, No. 44, I. a). 0. T., mt on , vrjr Wiladay nifhl. at tht Odd Velrowt' . . W. 11UNT, N. a. r.U. DAVIwreav, Brert tary. . Bis8olutiott of Copartnership. Thocopartnerahlf hlthtrnlallns betwetn Ciiii nlllKliaai A 8tcnt, IMintrra, la I hi. day dlaanUnl ,. .,, , n win twrontlnii- S ant all claim aurl dubta aottlrd by , J. w. 6TRVKNS Dallat, April 10, 1I7S. ' . 20iw Companlona. Yon aro hereby anaimond toat tonil a niata ounTocallnn .1 Dallaa dbaplnr, . 7, on ltonday oieulnj, Dao. 811, i7a atoarlr canslo liithtlns. I'y rrnnmandof t lis FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS! Too nndertlKticd liaa tlila ihy poneil oti 1 d illtlnn to nil PROD VCR J" PR 0 VISION B USINESS A well tolm li d Btnrk of FAMILY GliOCJiRIKS, Whlrh will heauld nt bnttoin flmiron lor rash. A ;uil Hivi'ly of all klmltol liATAHI.KHcoatlantly on hand. , Country I'roduee floughl and kuld. U.S. SCHMIDT. . Main 8t., opposite Odd Follow"' Hall. fi2il3t ' 1 yANDALIA ItOlITi: HAST! The only Line rnniilns thfonith Cart from 81. Loali to AoW Tiirs, I.IIII HSO, ' IIH'Ninmi, aim Loulivlllt without rhaiift. ' MARIS ClOSK CONNBatlON WITH MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRAINS 1SV3 Summer Schedule 1873 u tht rpiiP8. tluipiir.li lo Kew Yuik, Chicago, Clnelnnatl and I.oniavilla. Ail.1 ! m VAST LINK Willi Piilhiian'a Palm- 8leeiilnt Cur throneli t Kw Turk, Ciiicinniitl auil Lcinvllle Daily witli- ont cluing. riOO r. .-CIIK'AfiO KXPItKPS Willi tliioii;li Slooping Oar Dolly except Sat. nrdiiy. Ticket Office, No. 100 N. Fourth St., oor. . Olii'stniit St., St. Louis, and at all priDoipul Huilrontl offices in Toxan. F. M. COLVITIIN, Ticket Ae'tSt. L-iiils, ,1. K. SIMPSON, (leii'l Snp'l, Indlanapolla. ('HAS. K. KKI.I.KTT, Ccn'l IW Alt'l .t. I.onlt. ( HAS. HAIIL'UCK, Snuthoin Aj't Pallut Taiat. nSMif P A. SAYRB k CO., Wholesale nml Retail Drug gists Opioaito tlio Crutchlliilil House. Dallas, Texas, r,13-ilir. THE DALLAS FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL Will commence In Ih building formerly occupied by the Frco Miiaona' at a Hall On Houston SI., 1 Block North of Pacific Railroad, MONDAY, APRIL 21 1873. MRS. J. 11. PARSONS, Principal. MISS rORTKR PARSONS, Assistant anil Linguist. MISS CORA PARSONS, Instructress in Mathematics nnd Instrumental Music MISS LIZZIE McCiEK, Instructress in V OCIll iWUHIO. For rates of tuition ami pnrHcnlarii, Inqnlroof inn t'riniii'ipiii, wlm can bt lonnil at tuo realuence ul Col. J. K. Uullnnd. or at the Hall, UKFKRF.NCKS I Har. C. 1). Stuart, Prcaident Slannlleld Colloc. ; l'l'nf. (lourito 1'hatcller, r'lirflvt.purt Ilifrb gdtoul ; Capt. Ailatm aud Col. j K. Holland, Dallas (IIU21U ALLEN i CO., DKALKR3 IN ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, wholesale and retail, Galveston, - Texas daTO-ly II. II. Sliced. Oacnr Flnley. SNEED &. FINLEY, Attorneys kt law, iiliny (CONCRETE! CONCRETE ! Parlies doalring Ilrat-Claat Work In Concrete may teciir a Coinpotent Workman by applying to JOHN LOUTOT, At Bohny k loopot't Bakory, aorth tide of the tl"r. 05dJm JCE ! ICE ! ICE ! ', far Ie can b bad'at lbs '. ' KRNTUCKY LII1U0R AND GIIOCKBT STORK, Corner Main Si Market Sts.. From 5 In Hit morning till 12 o'olork at nleht 47dlf oahozjin-a Life Insurance Go. OP ; ; ; MEiiniis, Tennessee. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President, GEM. WAD! HAJITTON k J. T. fRTTITT, T1CI : v J?BslIST'.' ' '; WILUAkiU. BUOWNK,g,.crttarj.', , ASSETS, - - - ' Jl.10O.OOO. Insures on all (he Improved Plant. 1UTKS, AS LOW AS ANT GOOD COMPANI . . L08SIS PAID ntoMmi, ITnTlrtaT tSstArt sinnnlnloal -.1 A ' . , . .. Coittpjoy for Northern Tmm it4 tht. lmllaH Trt. oh tr ain. mmi tkn j- . ,.m "Sni ter norm Teiat, o. Illll(?s1 Ol El lit Hit-ant nua al a . II ..... gloro. '""" " w lirt P.a J.Carrlniitonand PrS. D.Tburtloa.Mt. leal Kiatu nert at Uallaa 'IW. roiai ITaSir , . ; COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Cor. Mini and JelTerton Blrwtt, Balliw, Texan. IILAHE & IlillKLKV, riop'i. Biillillng, furnltur and ftrythlnn about the limine entirely new, and furnithed in tlio very butt tiylt. ttwltf Wu. II. Qaetos, , . W, H. Thomas. Q ASTON & THOMAS, - AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, INSIR AM'E AND COLLECTING AGENTS, S WINK'S NS W B VILDING, NOHTH SIDE Or S TJA.13H, Dailas, - j" w - - Txas. Marcb i,l73.-ly QEO. B. HOLIiAND, Jn., 8UCCKH80R TO . r. w. smith: North sld of llala street, two dort west of the Odd Ftllowt' Hall, Dalla8, Texas, Kecpt centtantly on hand aTerytbinit pertaining to tlKTinety uusineat, logotner with a large and comjiiet hiock oi Toilet Articlom, Tents, Ready-Made Clothing, Soots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, "CVtrvcoix Sliootsa, X3to. I have two atteutlv ami obliging clerks behind tlio counter ready to serve cnatouiert. The public generally, and ray railroad fritnda in partlcnlnr,are InTited to call and examine my goods and prlctt neiore purciiaaiug eiaewuere, GEO. 11. HOLLAND, J. Dallas, Feb. 18-'73-n7:Tl-d tf. 31. COCIIKAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Druggist, Adjoining Dailai Hotel, Conmtrc ttraet, PHYSICIANS PBESCBIPTIOm CAREFDLLT compounded Yl-nl-dJrao, S. K. McILBENMT. W. J. HUTCHIN3. JcILHENNY & HUTCHINS, SUCCESSORS TO Y. J. HUTCHINS, IN WI10LF.8ALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, AND NOTIOIXS, Franklin St., undtr tin Hulcbins House . IIouston, - - - Texas. 43 Agents for the Sale of all Goodt maaulac tui'd by tlio " Hoaaton City Mills " and tha "Kure kaMilH. March 21,I873.-n34rl:d8mot J OUN M. STBMMONS, Ilallas, . . . Trxns Will practice la all th court! of th 14th district and Unltad States Courts, Office over Clark k Bryan's. nl-vl-dly F EED & SALE STABXjB, Where I will buy and tell horses and unlet, and iriT aaeclal atten tion to Honk left in my charge. My raolta Is : "If I Dorit Givt Salitfattion t my Patroru, 1 male no Charge." Com to th well-known SALE AND TBSD STABLE, On Market, bat. Main and Kim Sts., Dallas, - ... Texas. n2Sd0m W. F. COKJSR. JJALLAS CITY Pleasure Garden, Th underalgaed has tha pleatur to announce to the rltlzeiit of Dallas that be has open ed hit OARDKN for th tnoimer Bonlht. Ladlm aud gentlemen are Inillod to call. The ttrlcteit order will at all timet be enforced, and pllt w It en kept in attendance, Ih Garden will bo optn Tuesdajs I Frltlajs from 3 to 13 P. M., and on Sundays t 2 P. M. Admlttlon Free. ' JOSEPH PUTZ, 0d3m . Proprietor. DALLAS CITY BAKERY, Confectionery & Restaurant BOHNY fc LOUPOT, rkoraitTOKs, , It their tl i Stall m Iiii Stitet, ' Wlitr they hav la star a larg aatortuta t of Confectioneries of U Kinds, Cained (oods, Ojrsters, Sardines, Dried Frolts, Itr, Jtc II will alto ha? Fresh Bread, Bolls, Cakes, Eta., In trtry varltty. Thank fh! for th paat liberal natronag beetowtd i him ht aakt a centinaanc of th tame. THE DALLAS IeIaS Daily and Weekly, the Dally is published very inarnliiff, excct Monqar and delivered to cily sibscrlbcra by duj light. AND ALL POINTS NOHTII, EAST, gODia A0 WKET BY TUB rUST MAILS .Btiidet th rt(iltr Associate Prem Diintcbos, Wkl.h art rectlvtd at late at mldnl jlit, W bav alto a SPECIAL TELEGRAPHIC EEPGtTER at Auatln, who rurnlahaa at with a tyatpila of th. proceedingaof the Lejialature.and aach othtr Una! Irom th ST Mil CAPITAL at are of any Important. W. threfre, lra tt cily readers and all northern Teiat THE LATEST NEWS Twenty-fonr honrt, and frqnntly rerty-alibl bourt,ln adranct of any other paoer I , We an also making srrnngemeute t hs't artri. lar corraapondtnt at Wuahing'.oa City, and will rtctir SPECIAL TELEGRiUIS Freat all points in th State and country. Te accomplish tliit w hare gone to boatr n pens, being determined to make tht llitKALD A LITE NEWSPAPEE, wt eonldtntly look to th bntlntss mtntnd olktno THE CITT OF DALLAS, tnd the sirroundlng country for a gtnemtttppor. As an Advertising; Medium, both for this City as well as all the bnilntu etnltii, THE HERALD Is nmnrpasterl In the interler of Teiat. THE WEEKLY HERALD, will ht made up of all the boat and raont Importiat conteutt of the daily, aud will be made a VALUABLE FAMILY PAPER. Its anbacrlntion liat. already larffe. fatt iBCrUI- ing, having a heavy circulation In ib.lt and the in' ronadingconntlet, at wall aa all over the Stale au country. , . ,,. 7SZ13VC0I Strictly In advance. J,. DAILT.per Annum ....1."J a months - rrj " 3 rnontht W KKKLY, per Annum. ...... ' 1,0 " 0 montlit . ,, , Jf. 3 month 1 1 r JIVO. & CO., ,v,, .m -v. pabllahertj and Proprltt""- .,, Notice. . . A . ,. 10 Tliit TAX-rATKItS OF DALLAS C0lWTTjjJ auer April izin, lata, i win U,""T v 'k.a llnrjucnt Lltt for the year 1872, when yon s "J th pieaenr of tetillng yonr State, t0""''' scnool Tax with tome attorney, or wn , troller at Auttin. I tliall Inn no further soi . feeling that I hav perfoi med my duty In "SLT ... 5., J v ..r, a., rwimat on lay tr. jam. wuu ara 111 .rrwii i" rqueatd to come forward and aettlet "S, t b found at my efllc fa Ballat, uatU Asm " are can 1S73. 7d5t " ; '." 'notice.' , ;." . ,,' rpHlS UNDERSIGNED WILL fere of Unimproved City Property for I"" Real - ltttate and Rnitdlng Attoctattos. r wlthlng to dltpote of proirty will g vt ' lis of lot or lot, price ano lerma y .j, All offete to b mid In writing aud tlintd "; . owper of th property. HValdenc loll In a moitly dtalred; R. P. AUNSPAUQH, T.J.FRANK, , IV " ALJSX.SANUHR. W. Ixtcutlve OommltteeDallat Real Ktlate md log Auoclatlon. i Sept7,'72-S2:lf.do BOHNY LOUPOT