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I. McOALKll, TCditor. Our AgrnU, Whe artaullitrlrrd torecelfe subscriptions mi advertising tor the li;y and Weekly rlKSAin: J.C. Cbew,0O Hri,T, H,w yor. o p, Howell Oe.. 41. Vik Bow Net, Trk: To vveeiaeriiiaxo.. i-niiadridiia ( tirlff n Hoffman, Baltimore: T. Mclntvre, N.w Orleans; F. II Cashing. Houston! Hen. jpn. W. I.sne, Austin; Leo Terletim, SOU l'lnMitm,KI. Louie, Mo. jroB aomxoi, ..- J, w, TunocKionTON, r coiiiu. v ) TUESDAY, APRIt 2J, 18M. I'oirai Wblicbchoois- Long and anxiously we havo waited ; to see tlio promised Im provement in our public school sys- . tem, . and we rcjoico that indica tions now aro favorable, and that wo aro soon to bo rid of the cant ing herds of hypocritical, corrupt ed, '" nogro-loving adventurers, imported from the most damnable 'haunts of Northorn cities, who, au thorized by the political pamphlet, improperly called asGhool law.havo endeavored to diffuse, from tho res- . ervoirs of ignorance, the wators of in and political corruption over . tho best interests of society. The schools, 'tis true, havo in ranny instances hoen productive of good results; but wo doubt not that such woro conducted by thoso clear-headed, honest-hoarted teach ers, who turned a deaf ear to tho prating officials, and strove to pro vent the common school bocoming & mero vehicle for tho dissemina tion of State politics and tho sickly sentintontal dogmas of carpet bag supervisors and inspectors ; and independent of their loud demon strations, and without tho co-operation of tho many usoloss officers, labored to mako their profession tho grand agency for . tho cabl ing out of ignora nco, tho do throneing t of oppression', ami tho extirpation of crime 4 . We , havo evidence, loo conclu iivo for doubt, that iu almost every instance, tho political sontimonts of applicants for certificates wore inquired into and considorod among tho requisites for competency to teach. We know that, in many neighborhoods, citizens havopro- ' cured the teacher of their choico only by refusing to louse their house linf.il lliAtr unpn mini'niilnnil ilia . o right to havo assigned as their teacner some man ot whoso hones ty and integrity they had some knowledge; and ovon then havo not unfrequontly been imposed up on by n total disregard of the agree mant, and forced to submit to the assignment of un imported carpot bagger, instead of him whom thoy hud solicited. Wo trust that our Legislature may seo fit to so change the sys tem, as that men of some character may have control, and our teach ers enjoying tho co-oporation of tho boad and their patrons, and compensated woll and promptly for their services, may botllowod to. teach according to tho best ap proved mothods, froo from tho har assing visits of unprincipled and unnecessary school officials. ; .;. nuiioRors. To keep tie Indians quiet requires Conairierabld Ingln-annuity. , "Home tweet, sweat home," as the bee said when lit entered bis hive. '"A ooRiu," raid an Irishman, "is tho House Hi at a man Uvea in when he is uoau "1 livo iu my lore's eyes," said Inn- guiBliiug Jones. "I believe you, my bor, said rude Drown, "for the has got a aty iu it. A warm sitegfstion. It la aiigRcaied that in building railroads the rails should be heated red-hot, .so that the workmen will lay them down quickly. -nn Mniiiritinnio nnniucsy euiioruius addresses his delinquent subscribers : "Friends, we are penniless. Job's lurkoy was a millionaire compared with our present depressed treasury. To-day, if alt was two eenta a barrel, we could not buy enough to pickle a jay bird." We have lately hoard of the diagnosis f A new diaeaso.- A lady of remarkable conversational powers approaohed a medical gentleman with "Dr. S, 1 haVo a tery tore tongue." "Let me loon at it, lay the dootor. The uarttly member wax dill brnlrndeil. Itis flunbiirnLnadanip. r 1 . sunburnt," remarked the doctor, who sud denly reoollecled that his profetsiouM erTioea were wanting ia another direc tion. There ii a little boy in Eufaula, AM., who will some day be what is termed In vulgar parlanoe a f'rooater." The Kufanla Times says: "Cora," the servant, was pass ing around th buckwheat cakes,Mid when the got to this little 4-year-old son of our friend, the put one or two cakes on hs plate and paised op, when tbr following colloquy occurred: "WhaLdid Dod make you fdt, Tora7" Beally, I don't know, sir. For what do you suppose He made me T" 1 "Well, I'll tell yo.il. II made you to put butler and sugar on my batter-tates, and I want you to turn an do It." S. K. MclLIIKNNY. W. J. Ill'TCHINS. JJcILHBNN Y & 11UTCHINS, BUCCE8S0US TO W. J. VjCTCHINS, IS WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, AISDNOTIONS, FranWa Ft., under the Hutcbln House Houston, - Texas. 4ar Aernula for tbe Salt of til floods maaufaa. tured !) ilm " Houston City Mlll " and (lis "Kure kaslilli. Mrrh 111, l87a.-nS4vl:ilmoi 'JiIIE UUTCHItfS HOUSE, N. T. TURNER, Prop'r, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Located in the Centre Business. no27dlf pLEASANTS k GAMBRILLE, OI'KIIATIVK AN1 MECHANICAL DENTISTS, OBlcc SoBlhwf si ('or Public Nquarc, Ovor Jeffrlae 4 Terry's Store, Halliie.Teias GOLD-PLATE WORK AT Basteru Friooa. no'Aw-nn'Jfid tf LAND LOCATING COMPANY, ORk wllli Ault, Jenkins t A ult, DALLAS TEXAS. John Henry Pniwn, I'rt'ililrnJ, W. F. Ciminiln, Viia-l'roniiltfTitt J K Hah kirw, (Inneral Atteut, hurra W Hrown TrtiaiUlrti W U Ault Htcmtiu-jr. Jnhn Hrtirv Drown, W. F. CiimnitBs, .r. 10. lUwklua, W. R. Ault, 0. II. Jouklun, A. W, Dimcrtii, l'lerc W. H.own. Tliln compiiny was orKiuii.oil p.utl char torixj (or tho "ol" iiirpoMnf lK'ntiinr, Ttixui Luinl Crll(lca ton ou CuniiiiiHtfion. (!oinuiiriiiniN ouu-nixlb Juttr uitt In lh Irttiiiinr, where nniUHt'k a a Leun md Ihhor U nivi'it, 10 ctititijier iiito. All ctiuiimniicntloiifl sliould adilrotiod to W. R. AULT, Sot'l'T Texut Lull l.tcMliif Coiiipuny. K.b-l'73-ly , o(i. r. Ai.ruim, w. a.vtAi., r. n. enn,nKst ()W.sm. Wliohi. 81, l.ouli. n. IL gnciiil. Osrar Fliilpy, S NEED & FINLEY, Attorneys at Law, : XJXjXju3lS, TEXAS, OTdljf Q ' T. KOWAN, SotiTH Side Main Stkeet, (Next itnur to WIIUhiiiii llro) Keep conntanllv on tiaml and For Sale all kind, of Imported nmt dnmcstlc Cigars. Choice Tobacco, Fruits, Confectioneries nnd Cool Soda Water. Trr lilm mil v"i will And price, lo milt Outline, Dalian, IVxkk, April ltd, l73.-ut5:tf r, A. vm. s. w.ausi rAN LALIA IIOVTE I2AST ! Tlisonly Uni.rminlng:tl rough Cars from St.Lonli tu ow viiik, uiiIi-hko. I inrintisti, sud lAiiilnvills without chiuige. MAKES CL0SK CONNECTION WITII MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS TRAINS is:3 Slimmer Schedule 1878 7!30 A. M. PAY KXl'ltESS. lliinnsli lo Nw Toik, Chlcngo.ClnelnsAtl ud liOIIUVillt. Oil. I p. m.-KASTI.INB With Piillmiitri I'Alare Rtftrplnic Tnr through ta ,cw n on, umcluimtl aurt ijcunliu umlj wttn ut chnng. TiOO r. M.-CIIICAOO EXrttKSS With throuh SlorpluK Cor-Dolly except SU urday. Ticket Oflicc, No. 100 N. Fourth St., eor unoHintii nt., st. i.oius, anuat all principal Railroad offices in Texan. f.M. 001,11 ntN. Ti-'ket Ag'tSt. Loitli. .1. H. RlMIKOM,ain'l Siip't, InAiuapnlls. CHAH. K. KOM.KTT, fien'l PaM.Af't Ht. Irtnli. OIIA. BAIK'OUK, S.iutheru Ag't DaH Tssai. . THE DALLAS FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL Will Rnnmienre tn ll. tiui!dlngfurinerly occupied iy ttie r rue oiimoiih' ai b nan Od Honslou SI., 1 Block North of Pacific Railroad, MONDAY, APRIL 21. 1873. MRS. J. II. PARSONS, Prinoipal. MISS . roUTER PARSONS, Assistant and Linguist. MISS CORA PARSONS, Instruotress in Mathematics and Instrumental Music. MISS LIZZIE McU.EE, Instructress In Vocal Musis, For mtrs Af tuition and pnr'lculani, Inqnlroor tne rrioncipAt, wtiooau u louna at tu realiletics ott'ol.J. K. Itullmd, oral IUa Hall, . . REFERENCES : ItT. 0 B.' Wuart. Treeldent JtanalleMCollfM, !t. ; Prof. Owrsv, . Thatctiar, 8hreve(M,rr Hih dthool Capt. Adam, and Ool. J K. Holland, Dal la. UjlliUI P A. SAYRE Si CO., Wholenalo nnd Retail x r ii. s s i st s - Optoilto the Crutchnald IIoUM. Dallas, - Texas. nl3-dtf. jyi T. WILLIAMS, OrriCS AND 1II1DIKCI T IU MPOT DSCO STOtt, i.M irsin. Il off.n his firnfmlonHl rvlrt lo tlis clllwni Of Iiillusnd the iiirroandiui country, nJ7dtf S, 8. Jiioti T. J. Otoundi g S. JONES & CO., DALES IX FAMILY GROCERIES AND Provisions, NKXT DOOR TO AUA5I8 4 I.KNOIID'S BANK, Elm Street, - Dallas, Toxns. il-n'4-Dly QIIAS. T. MOIUtlSS, ATTOIINKY AT LAW, DALLAS, rb. JlnlMljr TEXAS. JAILR0A1) COUNEIl! ASM 4 WAGNER, DAKLKRS m General Merchandise Dallas, Tcxiin, (Known at the "CIIKAP 5T0KK.") Ar nuw rarnlTing their coMrmsiNo DRY GOODS, BOOTS.SIIOES k IUT3, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARD WARE, WOODEN WARE, GROCER IES, CROCKERY, TRUNKS, STA TIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., FifhiluiMd at liiiadinaileri In tho Nurtliora an Knttarn citioi, within the pant Iwentj Jkji, fo Oh. It. WflWltl contltma to receive ooitaa,or month, and our mock bainglall and comple it in ovorr llua at good,, and purcliani'd iorCAHU, wa can anil will Sell as Cheap tu the Cheautit. thankful In oar nmneroiia friend and the pnhllo geaerau; mr paat patronage, we ak a continuance f the tame, auiirlug then that we will deal only oa trlctl; honwt principle,, (lira na a rail and exitai e to joaraole. ASH WAONKK, no'i-tf. Kailroud Ccrniir. jJcDOWELLACO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Gnoonns, COTTON HIDES I COUNTRY FRODUCE BOUGHT Odd-Ftllowa Building, Dallas. nl-vl-dly Texan, 0. I. KtLLRR. I. L. W. rHARES JELLEE k MARES, TCoHidont Dentistts, OIBce on llaln atreet, north aide of pub, aqr,, over lira. Klllett t Rtevenaoit's drug atort, Uallni., - - Texas. Odea kauri from I t'cltch a.m., until 4 s'eltnk P-' ud;i J3wtf jJOWAETII & DOUGLAS, MERCHANT TAILORS. TIIK LATE8T AND MOST FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Cat and made by EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. Jeffnraoa street, between Main aad Kim, nlSidllma auas, Tciai. E. GEORGE, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, AND DIALS! IN Dill GCISTS' SlAoniES, Patent Aledlclnes. and Toilet Article, US, 115, 117 & 110 Tremont Street, OaIA'SSTOK, IkXAS AGENT FOR Bitrhan'a Creeyllc Conipoiindi.GiBsfenha'g Items die,Cralt' UicroacOie, llabcock'n llllva- .uuiwr Ure, I'erry Davie' 1'iilu Killer, Allfn'a Lunr Daleam lluruett'a Standard Praparaliuns., lo etc. llareh 2'2, le7H.-wali7:ly w-J- Clrl. Jno. II, Bryan, QLARK k BRYAN, WUOI,F.8ALE AND RETAIL BEALF.R8 IN DRY-GOODS AND Grnoomi ins, HARDWARE, STOVES AND FARMING IHTLEHENTS Also doaKeneral Bunking; .ml Exchange batlneea Watt aide of the Sqnait, 1-Tl-dlr. PALLAS, TEXAS J M. TIIURMOND, . , ATTORNKT AT LAW, Dallas, ...... Texas. Ornci Tarry Blakt'i Bitlldlng-Vp Slaire. NIJ:dly i: t. AoiiT. o. u. ir.sKiM. w. a. aom ULT, JENKINS & AULT, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, LOCATORS AND SURVEYORS, DalUtfl, Toibn. Will buy, aril, lca aud rent land In Dslla aid adJolnlBcountleii olitain palenta, buy and aell land car tinVate,, and lucata lertillratea on the beat vacant laud. In Northern and NoilhwaetTixai, Unda furaule.regllltemt fret of charge. at-Ottlce adjoining tha Dullua Library room North aide of the Square. a3-Ulf LL WHOLESALE ORDERS FOR ihould be aildraaed to I. tt. Cinhlnsr, Houatnn, whoKt stock la Immeniib. and prlcaa below com pel itlim. March t, lS73.-wn'W:tt LiI STUEKT I,, fi. DAWMOW.iProprlotor, Keepa conalantly on hand Haniagea, Frenh, Saltad and Smokod nieau, aud all kin da of rugetaldua iu belr aeaaon. vl.nl-diimo JCE ! ICE! ICE! i m.i. tioiKu i & to., Have opened an Ice Dipol, on Jefferson St., Oppoaltc the Gold Koom, Wlioro they are prepared to furninh Ice at FOUR CENTS l'lilt I'OUNP. 47illf S. J. ADAK1 J. I. LEONARD Dallas, Texas. Wa are permnnenlty located in this city and do a general Bunking liusiiicss. We buy and soil exchange on NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS GALVESTON, 4 HOUSTON, And all the prinoipal towns and cilles in IhtsQiilh-west. Wo draw direct on the leading cities of I'uioro, and also deal in gold, silver and currency and make collections at all points in tk South. Dallas, OotobcrUa, 1872-tf. IDSTOH&TEXiS CENTRAL CHANGE OP TIME! On andaftevMONDA 1, March 2A, 1873, PaaaensorTralna will run U folltwa : Arcommodation, 1 Arriving at Red Riw City 1 al K'.lll ,1 H.v .lav . LEAVES DOl'NTON tin . 0:t.rip. n., and at AT ace 7:4.1 p. in. inuia day. Itctiirnlnv.learea Red Biver Cilyat fl::i" p.m. (Saturday rii-rpleil Aunlinat 9. Ill a.m. and W aco S 00 a. ai. I Similar aimaled, arriving at Hon, ton at 6:30 p. m. (Hnndny Kirrptrd) ViOO n. ni. Arriving nt Red KlverClty at fclS p. m.,and Auttin at f:00 a. m. next day Sunday excepted, Rettirnlx leave, Rwl River City at S:6o.m., and Anatln at 0:30 p. m., arriving at Iliuutouat 0:U0 a. iu. text day. Acctmnimlatloa LEAVES nOUTON 9 Ait J StOO p. m. Pullman's Palace Sleeping Car's Artattncheil tt Accontuodatlts Tralna between Uoiuton and Analin. Panaengera for Waco muat taka Mall and Ex pre, Train leavl.ig Uonaton at V 00 a. tu. The above Traina mako the following cona tiona, vie ; At Hearie with International B. R. daily (Sun day, exctptnl) North at 3 30 p.m. and 840 a. m.; South, at 12 00 p. la.nnd It IS p. m. m Waco witli daily atagee to all polnta West. At Mexla, with line of Hacka for Fiilrfield and Butler, na 8nmlayaand Wadlieadaya. At Pallae. Wen, for Weatherford and Jacksboro MouduyM, Wedneadaya and Fridays ut 7 00 a. m. ; Itant, fur Tyler anilLongvlew, 8undas, Wednea. dajra and Krlye at 2 (HI a. m. Kor Furl Worth. dully at 7 on a. ra. Sontliwett, for Cli lmrnc., every Jl onilar nt 7 00 a.m Northwest, for Denton and Gainesville, ever? Wednesday at 7 ra a. m. At Sherman dally for Bonliam, raris Clai Kaville. aud Jefforaon.at (I.IK1 a. m. Woet, to Pilot Polnt.Gainesvil'e, aud Jackabnro, trl-weokly. 1 At Red River Oily, with Missouri, Kansas ,ud Texaa tt. K.,!u points North Knst and West At J-tilbetter, with dully stage for LaOrange. At MoDade.wlth dally Htaxe lor Bastrop. At Austin, with daily tax for San ilarcts, New Brnenrols, ban Antonio and Kl Pmo. Through Tickets sold at Mmtsioo and Austin to all points North. East. an.l U .l .1. R-.i k, Clly and New Orlwna, and at Hempstead and Brv an to 'l ikiidIs North, K,t and West, via New Or leans. Also via stage llnee to Kan Antonio, WealeV THe Bonham, Paris, and Clarke Throigh Bales and Bills of Lading given (rem Stations tn the line of this road to New Orleans. For throagh jatt of freight apply to 4. Angus, Northern Age.t, Red River City, Texas, aad U.h Kadaa.Weslern Agent, San Amonie, Texas. J.DBRAND.aeiriguM. J.WALDO, Q.E. AT. A. W. MORTON, General Undertaker, COCHBAN STREET, Dnllna, . . Ttt. Keeda constantly on band rrady.raade OofBne and niaket thum tn order. Also a full tunnlv o riMCHIIKTALIOIIIIRIAI. CASKS. W" Ualiae, Feb. IS-'" J-notldJmoe. J. BERNSTEIN t CO., EiIaLD Wlaolosalo Olotlaiers, j CORNER STRAND AND TREMONT STREETS. Galveston, Art pleased to anaounce that their Stock of Genllsmen'e Spring and Summer C(otklng it ctmnl u. comprising as Large and Extensive an Assortment at any one would wish lo find It any market wki k they ofur tclheTiade at Reasonable Prices and .f n Liberal t'aruia. They reipsct fully Invite tha'e nation ef their stock before purchasing elsewhere. GROCERS, r AND DEALERS IN fiiqtiors, Tofoarco, Sfg.irs, Wood .mil HillowWare Fishing; Tackle, Ammunition, Etc., North Side or the Tcblio Square, on Main Street, - . ral!a, Texas. Dallas, Texas, February 20, '7a-noSd3mos. 4 M. FRIEND 4 CO., -s U1IOLESALE Alin RETAIL CIAITKKS IN LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, DALLAS, - TEXAS. Whitkya, Brandies, Wlnos, Cordials Bitters. Ira. ported Alt aad Porter, aad a complete list tf all articlea In thoir line. Cigar antl Tobacco Of the best brands in large quantities and ;fur sale at ekeapeat tatei, Attacked to their basinets ia a undorshe aupsrriaien of Mr. Morris Wilson, an ac etnipliahed eaterer, who is always ready to enter tain vititere. nl9-dtf. W. 0. Ranbai.l. T. P. Bandah. HAND ALL & BRO. Wholesale anil Retail Dealers In Dry Goods. BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTIIlNa, DALLAS & CORSICANA, TEXAS. iiionicsT rnici paid for COTTON, WOOL 4 MDBS W. A. Jones, B. Lucmi.v, y A. JONES k CO., MANUFACTURES OF WUOLKSAI.E AND HE TAIL DEALERS IN STOVES &C. sign or tiir uio corrEK tot, Main Street, - Dallas, Texas. T All Orders Promptly Attended To. "( 1-vl-dly W. II. ( A KIJV, Builder and Joiner, SHOP ON MAIN STREET, Near the Dallas Foundry Hewlll make c'tntrncts for any kind of building Plars, Speciflcatines and Xstlmatea furnished to parties wisbing to build, and material supplied when desired. Slillf WW. 1 .WILLIAMS. ROBT. B. BBAT yiLLIAMS & SEAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Dallas, - Texas. Oftlce Over Ash A Wagner's Store. no'26w-no'J(ldlyr Fruit, Confectioneries,, Imported and Domestio CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC., ALSO ICE COLD 60DA AND LEMONADE To be had tt W. E. COLTON'S, Next door to Conner t Walker 'a Drug Store, Eonth side of Main St. DAL LAS, .TJSXAS. 62dtf J. W. STEVENS, HOUSE and fIGN 3P iixt.rf . I take tbls occasion to return ray thanks to the public for thtlr liberal pttroaage, And promise that all work entrusted to my care Id future will be ex ecuted prtmptly, and sttlsfactlon In all cnei guar anteed. SAop on Main Street, below the Foundry. 52dtf Texas, - ""' ie exanu duSMmos J S. TENN, OONOKESS AVENUK, - . . ABbTI Ilooks, Stationary, Acw and Varieties, Subscriptions received for all papers and Magaalues. BECEIVINO. NEW Q00D3 EVERY DAy School books I Shool books I Blank books I Blank books I Gold Pens 1 Quid Fens ! Wall paper! Wall paper I Etc., Etc. JJ 1). ZACIIKY, WANUPACTURER OP SODA WATEK AND SIRIP8 OF ALL KINDS. Special Attention given to all Ordtri en. 'rusted to hit cart. Ills wagon will deliver all city orders, and ordsrs frem tho r unity respectlully solicited. ElmStrtrt, Dallas, Texaa. dn42.tr JOITOKS P. J. 8. lAKKIMUTOX, IN TENNYSON'S NEW BUILDINO, 0 ppoeltc Admna Uona.'d's Beak. S2-dt OT. LOUS BOARDIXO HOUSE AND SALOON Main Street, near the Depot- BOARDING AND LOD0IN0 AT THIS UOCSJ $4 50 PER WEEK- MEAT.S OU LODGINO TWENTY-FIVE CUNTS. 6Jdl F. M. HANKS & CO., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND LAND AGENTS, XJeillnm, Texas, OFFICE-IN THE HAYNES' BUILDINO We hare a large amount of Valuable Lands for Sale, situated In Dallas and surrounding counties, hoik Improved and Unimproved. Alse a large list of the most desirable - DALLAS CITY PROPERTY, Namely Dwellings, Dwelling and Bnslneas Lots.li various parts l the city, llape, plats aud prices or which can be scon by calling at the oBct, Special attention la called to 16 Lots 50 by 100, Of the Hank's Addition, on Host Avenue an Sa Jacluto Street, which we offer at ' $100 (GOLD) EACH, IlslfCash and balance at t months. W lmye facilities for tha oollactjpn of rublio Free School Vouchers wW W them at reasonable disoount, or adTne cash on them, to be deduoted whaa '' leeted. ' ' .. Wk hate just receiyed 10,000 acres of land eertifioatea, i ! 6 40s, 12 80i oat third of leagea and 19 20s, which wa onr for sale at tha market rates. , They have perfeoted, arrraajementl oj whioh they will keep Ihemseltei aiippl"'4 as lonpf as they aro to be bad in tha " ket, and will fill orderawhen required. Will locate Land CertMcatea for one-fonrth of the land. Will perfect Titlet to lan nd ' Claitus. S UB3CRIBE FOR TOE HERALD.