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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 18 August 1881

'V TI1M DALLAS UICHALU. TUUl 81 V WOJIOMJ AUGUST 10 1881 I STATE SPECIALS i in ' TEXAS TOPICS BY TELEQEAPH Arrest of on of Hi Pear-Lea- laaja nobbera-Tho Bnildlna; Boom ? lit Oroesbaek-A anaratail ' . Hatet thief AiMM. cd-Elc. CtO. Austin. o..ini tn the Horald. a ...n. August 17. The Tern and 61 T...I. .uiim couiDanv lhave filed -tirf JUUI r - . ameudmeot to tnolr charter .changing. T-nues railway company in Texas .dividing Ti. ...t..i .t-.olr Into share of one. hundred instead of fifty dollars each and Riving he company the right to construct a line or. r oad from a point at or uwr - i I . Wort Worth and another line- at n.nniiio in a noiiit at or near UOieman vvy. concerned "IT 1 n the Pee-lee ataee rotbery and who broke Ml in Jauuary iou - - SrouBht berV and lodged to 1 to-day by DbduIV united o o. ioyu.j m..-Un After hll escape and nnai.y vvTr..- Eaton gave "r7f Vl from December to June Colonel Eaton She bece favorably impressed with the Si babtta of aobrety and industry. The rC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

Y TIKE BALLAB WEEKLY HERALD. .... 4 I - 7rofmoMf)TFi) with Tirl DALLAS DAILY COMMEHt-lAI I ILLINERY ! -:0:- OUR FALL NOVELTIES ARB NOW OPEN AND WILL BB FOtJND COUPLE TE. :0:- PARIS PATTERN PARIS PATTERN: HATS. BONNETS. Superb Copies BY OUR OWN EXPERIENCED TRIMMERS. llilD.ilS .:': j ' . In Canton and Milan 'Straws French Chips Plush Fur aud Beaver Etc. Etc. in all the Newest Shapes and Styles ' . '.' :0: ' ' ' MILLINERS ATTENTION ! Our Wholesale Millinery Department is replete with Fall Novelties including- Ornaments Silks batms .Plushes Velvets Ribbons Feathers Flowers Etc. ::0? ' Something New. ' j PLUSH BELTS AND POCKETS . In all the Fashionable Combinations and Solid Color- ings Matching' every Style of Dress Goods or " BEADED l Handsome Designs in Jet Steel and Cashmere ( NEW STYLES OF JEWELRY In Solid Coin Silver and Out Steel. These Goods are shown by us in the very latest designs of Breast' Pins ( d Earrings ' SLEEVE BUTTONS SolS? PINS ETC. ETC. SAMEE B E 0 ' S . SUDDEN DESCE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

Y TI1I3 DALLAS lIISHALf) TIIUItHDAY MPHNIN(J OCTOHKtt 1HH1. ' LATfeBT TEliKGltAMM. Captain HowfrMo Jailed In Washing. tou.Mar.lii the IligomlNt Sentenced. Dr. Bliss Writes: a Long Article Ex- plulnlngr Garfield's Case. The Massachusetts Democrats Nonil. uate a State Ticket. The Republican State Convention also Organizes at Cambridge. The French Delegation New York. Arrive In Dr. BUM Rises to Explutn. New York October 5. A re - nort of the case of President Garfleld by Ds. Bliss to be published in the forth- coining number of the Medical Record oc- cupies over six page9 of that journal. He concludes his history of the case as fol- lows: "I desire to say in a brief review of the leading facts as to the general conduct of the case that it has been apparent to the medical reader that my prognosis was fa- vorable and notwithstanding mutations I argued a successful termination. It is but justice to myself to state that my prognosis was based on a lesion of minor importance. Had our diagno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

I THICnAMJ A llfcltAM). TIIITIIMIIA v MoniviNri.oorcniRii fl 1NHI. Yp OUR Nl:V IIOMK. . ' J . -.. y -'r . ..... . i wz7sjt A'B&y -jdrtfwmsiXiB .esisfsvs - . bMTL J"W. TZ.m-- r MITT.' 1 CI a Us ' nJT TT T . i f. J: '.jLy TUB HERALD. A Brief Glance at Its Career and a densed Description of Its Elegant Quarters. Con. New From our September edition we extract the following account of the Herald and its new quarters omitting its former his. tory further than to say that after the war it continued by Col. Swindells as a weekly until February 11 1873 when he founded THE DAILY HERALD issuing it on that date as a six column four-page bantling the first daily ever pub. ' lished in North Texas. Dallas had then be- gun to look upward. The Houston & Texas Central railroad had arrived here and the Texas & Pacific road was but a short dis- tance eastward and coming on this way to intersect and cross the Houston & Texas . Central within the corporate limits. The own was about to bec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

. - y TH H .'ALLAN HICHAM). TIIUHSPAY T.IOJ.N'INC.s (M'TOIIIfilf 1HH1. T1IEDA11AS i.lifcKLV HEiLlLu PFOUTS ELLIOTT & VaLlT Eiiteiod st th PnntotTlro nf IirIIim a Second dim mll mailer. APUUMiKTlO. The delay In tlio delivery of our weekly this week In due to the heavy task wo have had on our bandit In moving from tha old to our new home. Tho labor occurring too.during a ruiny spell has been an hercu- lean one but in a day or two wo will be all right and as prompt as usual. For this weok we cruve the Indulgence of our pat- rons for the reasons above assigned. a "WHAT FOOMWK MORTALS BE." f The Banner of Light is an organ of the spiritualists publislied in Boston Masse- chusetts and Boston is the seat of culture I and loarning in all the United StatesAit is : said. ' We have before taken occasion to say that the Banner of.Ught is a most ir.terest- ' ing paper ably edited and conducted and always full of the most readable matter.how- ever much one may disagree with its tenets and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

7 r 1 kjM'MlelnaBteofIntoxlea)tloit . .. it. Otto fries rtwnKuliitMm iiKn-r. . main were discovered yesterday mor ni is; by Mr. Donnelly when lie open un lip 7 suspended ' by the collar of his shirt which hadcauKht on the linch-plnof an old-fahioned waKon-wheel that stood nguinst the wall of the shop. The body was cold and he had evidontly been dead for several hours. The fleceaed who wasoff-and-on in the employ of Mr. Donnel- ly was Riven to drinking too hard and tho prerious evening had entered the shop in liiRa state f intoxi- cation andat down In a chair dozing off into a sound slumber. When drinking ho was vory Bluggish and when the time came for Donnelly to close his shop his ef- forts toarouno him from his stupor were un- availing and he closed the door of his shop without locking it as he had done on for- mer occasions when the doccasod visited his ..1 .... cn ttin nnr. lie vrua uuuk- 1 1 . 1 ik nil iih nun imiiK- shoo w hi 0 "drinkinc so t mu no uuuiu h" borne when he regai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

p-r TlIB VMLAH nSIIAU). TIltJlWIUY M011N f NO. (H.TOH Kit 1. 1H81. HE DALLAS DAILY HERALD. vTHB in PFOUT8 ELLIOTT & HALL. Enured nt tliu rnMniPpo r tmlloa ft" Heocnirt liifH mull matter. ri 1 om'r iiiosr or jm rTr '1 lie M'lu.tn liH'i'.n I l . 'II M-dOim Ml .! I'l li l.mt . only.' t ilny I urn no r iwnl It ' nt'siii't to wllnc'h 1 no kicut trpvpll wiih tvi.lch l.iu tMil't('iiii jn in Sri'.valo con- .Iiotliu ilriiiofiiita tln-y fiiixlit to elect innib.lcailH or at Irfisl sniiieieMi'jlsftns toodlt'e. TlioliuoHi wuo.illijr of this Unl v o hiive w-on is t.om me (lin'i :o inter The ih;ty of tho hour U to tuko caro oi Ocoan oriiio ;utn ultimo. i-nya. " the minutes thus making up tho tiny Jiwt not likely thrt a conipioiiiiso win ie n i veu like suviiiu tliu ilimea swells the number of lot In the oifcnnizntion oi mo tenant mv .I..H i mhilnlv onulit to be. This in not only n ' ' mutter of desire on the part of the people The New Haven Connecticut itegmier I oneinlly nnd on tho pnrt (it l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

AT v ' 1 T1IW HAT rA lll!KALI).n(llflf)AYMO(INI(Kri 1 " Yv- FARHEERS LOOK JTO YOUR 1IWEEEST 11 m W- RCPSDES & CO. No. 724 Elni Stree Dallas Texas l L v ts IB pa 4 On Wednesday V ;i-..v:i::vr:;;-:;: ::vV: Sept 28th Oned tlie largest Assortment of CLOTHM " ' " - ; )BlfK i TiW Til IT YllI MjJjj uU LU V V 11ml lUl FURCI ISHIfJfi GOODS TRUNKS V "VALISES CI A iiini We come perfect strangers among you and the only recommendation or inducement we offer you is t . : v -- - -- -a. .- !.' ' : ' ! . ; " GOOD GOODS FOR LXTTIjE MONET 7 - and we will guarantee entire satisfaction or refund your money. We hav? the largest assortment of Standard Screw Shoes for boys and girls and if they burst from the sole we will give you pair. We especially recommend the. Standard Screw boots and shoes ind ask you to give them a trial. In Ladies fine shoes and slippers our stock is complete and consists of French Kid Curacoa Kid Pebble Goat Calf Skin. In last we can fit the smallest to" the largest foot. Reme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 8 October 1881

V aaaaBSSSSSaapaaaee i V STATE SPECIALS. AHo& Suit nt MicrmniuFort Worth Itcuisuovcrnor uronum Marshall. Over a Thousand Confederate Certi- ficates Applied for at Austin. IVorkBesumedoiithe Austin $ North western Railway. 1 Bricklayers and Otlicr Laborers Strlko at Palestine. ' ' ' 'Vessels Collide in Galveston Bay. r Waoo. t Special to to the Horald. . v Waco October 3. Sunday morning three of our busiuessmen.Metwr.Eugene and Jerry Early and J. Tise who came into town horseback found their horses missing when thev went to dinner. The Bherift was noti- fied' and his deputy Oglosby atartod west to make inquiry along the road. Near Robin he came upon tho horseo-in a negroe's yard .and found three boys wlnto named Johnnie Ballard George Marcum and Willie Gillespie endeavoring to sell a lot of goods they hud Btolen from tho sad- dlery house of Tom Padgitt. They climbed upon a gallery went through a window and robbed tho house; taking combs brushes whips quirts ornaments postal cards...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

DAELAB WEEKLY HEBALB 1.! coNflortnATrn witn thki 1MLLA3 1M1LV COHUKIICIAU I DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER in.1881.-V0L. XXXI. NO. 114. KMTA Hf.tfftKfi in I'KtCU J-IV It ENTH. 7 1 1 THIS GUT xrr nvw nw Ttri! MANY 7iT n n n 1 1 HI P0P11UU SI M 11 11 Men's Youths' Boys' and Children's CLOTHING NOW DISPLAYED AT THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT OP a n ge v B r o ' s. A Bad a the Train Robber. t i l. nrtf 1ft T)ia panpr of the three men who robbed the passenger train on the Iron Montain road on bentcm- her 2d. ana who were minun-u ... . j' i ..1 n oovontv vpnrs im. VICteU aim wriin;iivd ... w . . ..1 - nar anil asmaAtmnill prisonmem BMuiucii . phase this morning. In the special term of pleaded guilty to fourteen indictments inaking the term of punishment seventy zr. e. i. Tim nnrsnln? Part v that captuned two of the robbers Stephens nnd nelaney consisicu 111 1 Ti IlUddiCStOIl IH'IIVIVS Jiwre " Tlia mlilmrs had about Slit. 000 in their possession when these men cantnred them. Huddleston pro ved to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

n STATU SPECIALS. A Tomiir Nrn-lli inoltnliin Klllc. Iij tlin Ciirn Mritr Kiml.-Thn Mlv Nonrl I'm lllf ('oiiilct cdto HlllNboro. lu AkhhiiH and a Kobhtrr Near Mar hliull C ourt o1esfrin Tyler. UInIiop (iri'frjr'ri Visit to ruicstinc. T. G. T. Kendall Couth-led at Umihum for Killing lirown at San Saba Five Years Ago. Bold mid Cowardly Attempt to Commit Murder in Coryell County. Waco Families to Hold a Meeting for Imported Domestics. Various Other State Telegrams. Kunls. Special to the HcrnM. Ennis October 10. Conductor I'ursoiis of the second section of No. 12 this morning picked up three-fourths of a mile south of Garrett tlio mangled body of John A. Ter- ry and brought it here to be treated by the company s surgeon jur. n. uuvcr.. jjt. Pnranrw rennriH hnvini; discovered him ly ing near the track with both legs terribly limn irlcd.t he right cut nearly ofl'and left bad ly mashed. He was weakened by the loss of . . i I. l. I...-- 0100(1 to cxnauauon wueu 110 i cikuuu uuc hut recoveri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

-7 : - TlH'DALLAH-IIKItATilK TJHfHflPA V jMOHNTNUa (HYYOUVAl IP 7 ) MS I Till: LATKSnMJWS. tiii.tenii Formally Indlcled by 1 1 (imr.il JuryliHlliiu Newarioui . Arizona Now Yuik S1m-W MurUt. The Iron MoiitiUlu Train Roblipr Sciitcuwd to Scvcuty Yearn Im. y priKOinucnt hut. Tlio Erlangcr Syndicate Orpiulzod for KuslneKs-Ufiipcradocs LjucUd ip. New Mexico. Further Particulars from the Qnlck Silver MineHank Statement. Domestic and Foreign' Intelligence. The Erlanger Syndicate Organise. r ... rr Mnlvr 8. At 10 o'clock this I jorenoon the books were open for stock sub- ..!.!. iv.ti.u rtnninniLti (Southern rail- i . . -J I..- 41. ix Wrltinirftr ) Vaaroad to he oyicraicu umici o JPease in connection with the Erlanger syu- r m tin. southern railway lines. The rimue of tin) new company i .ho Cincinnati tve Orleans & Texas Tacific Kailway total amount of .JuJyuw Was taken by half past cUi o Frank T. Wolic suoscnueu u. '-'" j" svndicato the sum of nearly l..w"u- I'niAililliJII IllfUIitUlllO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

tii!:1)ALUsvi;i:klvih;iiali) PFOUTS. ELLIOTT & HALL. Kiilvrivl nt the I'lwliifllco at IihIIhj Hecoml Clnn iiiiiII nm Hit. Wasiiiniiton City correspondent to the various lending and metropolitan pnpeM of tho country nro as a unnerul rule a corps of wide-awuko Intelligent artivo ennrjretic shrewd younj? mon.who knowing their lumi- nals in nil its detulK "cutcli on" to une a slang nlirnse ohont as soon as anybody and their opinions und surmises and ax.ter- tions are in the main worthy f coimldcra- tion. Judging from tho tone of the letters and telegrams of the most of these corres- pondents it seems tliat there is a growing sentiment almost everywhere especially among political leuders In tho republican party that President Arthur should sur round himself with a ntulwart cabinet and . give tho country a stulwnrt administration. It is not meant by this a bloody shirt administration for we believe that ensanguined garment has been elimi natedfrom tlio politics of tho country but a st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

co.U V JUkhami Orru K 1 Evr.)it V'tnlii-r II 1L 1 . . 1 . . i i f Hi It In with ...".'f i.rl.l" wf )''iil "Him Continued business pnixperily of Dallas. Day nftor day wo note tlm nativity of trulo in our city nnd whllo other cltW'" In tlm -country speak of dull days ami trade Ugld. wo In truth can only Hoy that our business is extending mid tliut each dny shows un addition to our trudo ovcrtho duy preceding it. Wo do not speak particularly of the retail bumnoss but more directly refer to tbo Jobbing trade Our wholesale nior- cliunts themselves aro equally surprised at the Increase of their ordors from the coun- try and without un exception they assort tlmt their trade is unprecedented and lar beyond tlioir expectations. Wo have no change to note in prices. While other wholesaling points aro advancing their prices to meet the udvnnoe of manufacture our dealers keep their goods marked down to correspond with the cost of goods several months ago. Dallas is the lowest wholesulo market in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

a Tim 1) ALLAN II KHALI) IYOHM'01'1" Vh 3H81 :IIB HALLAS WEKKLY IIEUALD F'FOUTS. ELLIOTT & HALL. Entered Rt tlm TNwt'inV-o nt lnlliw m Bmuii'I iihks mull nmin'r. SOME Of FASHION'S routuw. The general newspaper reader tires ot o- liticul articles nil the time in the jmjicr and likes now and then a diversity in the shape of an editorial on ethics art science local matters literature or something of that kind; therefore we this morning servo the 1Ieiiam'8 renders with tt short essay on some of the foibles and follies of fashion. An exchange says: "Has that woman a call to be a wife who thinks more of her silk Minn her 'children and visits her nursery no oftcner than oncoaday? Has that woman a call to be a wife who cries for a Cashmere shawl when her husband's notes are being protested? Has that woman a call to be u wife who sits reading the last novel .tthlle the husband stands before the glass vainly trying to pin together a buttonless shirt bosom ? Has that woman a call to bo a w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

TIII( Atl()NAli CAPITAL Tim Hil' .'nim'nod In "lr Sclii. lliX nnd Anthony l'nt In Xomlimtlnii for VrtsU d'rnt Vro Teni. Hariri nnd Muhoito Vote With tlio Kit. piiblicniLS l)t the. Mojorl. ty 1 Deinorratlu by One Vote. Edmunds Loadn the Republican Side In Dilatory Amendments nnd Argument Rut In Vain. Mr. Rayard Is Finally Chosen and Dc livers an Appropriate Address. Credentials of the Xew Senators Jot Acted Upon. . The Senate Adjourned Till To-Day. The Parti o' Caucus. Wahih.ii.ito2. October 10. Both tho re- publican and democrutic senators mot In caucus ut the capitol at 10 o'clock this morning. Thcro wui a full attendance at both of them as many of the absentees on Saturday havo since arrived and were present this morning.- The republicans remained in session but a short time less than half an hour and merely mapped out a plan of action to bo goTerned by through the day. The democratic caucus remained in ses- sion an hour or more and discussed the question which took up so muuh of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 13 October 1881

No. 124: Elm Street On CLOTHING f D IMi U We come perfect strangers among you and the only recommendation or inducement we offer you is GOOD GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY" and we will guarantee entire satisfaction or refund your money. We have the largest assortment of Standard Screw Shoes for toys and girls and if they burst from the sole we will give you new pair. We especially recommend the Standard Screw boots and shoes and ask you to give them a trial. In Ladies fine shoes and slippers our stock is complete and consists of French Kid Curacoa Kid Pebble Goat Calf Skin. In fact we can fit the smallest to the largest foot. Remember that the entire stock above mentioned is new and stylish bought for cash and we will give you the benefit of the lowest prices. Don't forget the place. - B. W. ROSE & CO. 724 Elm Street Dallas Texas. DESIRED DEATH. Mr. Nellie Sluip.on Tiring of Life At- tempt to End Her Existence by Taking Morphine but Falls to Make Connection. Tired of treading the path s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 October 1881

THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD. coxHoi.iDATrn with titki DALLAS DAILY CO.MMKHCIAL. f DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOKER 20 1881. VOL. XXVIII. SO. 2?!. I KfTABf.Tf IFKH 1n I i'k;K ilVB CE.NTA OF COMPETITION 1 1 THIRTY YEARS ABREAST OF All Competition! IS Boot and Shoe DEPARTMENT OP Sanger Bro's. All the leading manufacturers represented. We warrant did fit and prices at least than anywhere in this state. We open to-day Hen's Full Stock Kip Boots WARRANTED SOLID LEATHER OR NO CHARGE jT $2.50. Boy's Boots from $1.00 upward. SOLAR TIP SHOES For Ghilclren usually Wear three or four Months Without Mending- Look for the trade mark J. M. & Co Ask for them at SANGER BROS. Boot and Shoe Department Longview. Special to the Herald. Lokgvikw October IT We ere permitted to condense the following from a special report sent to the Longview Democrat: The most horrible crime ever committed in Una part of Texas was perpetrated last Wed- nesday near Brcckville by a family of ne- groes named White. A' family n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 October 1881

WIIKKLY IIKKAMi PFOUT8 F.LLIOTT & HALL. Jf.lil.Tii-1 Hi Ilia I'-wliilflfn at iMllns S" Hi o.n.l " TIIK lIMUUl'H CIKC'I XATIOX For tho "iiWrtur" emlilitf on IHitli i.f Hep. tcmiior ult. tlmt In to say tlurln tin tlm of Julv. AiiKimt ami 8eitvinl'r tho f)iillns iwHtofllco shows tho newspaper postage P'l by t'10 1)uUls "KRAr'n 10 uc $321.00 whilo thut puld by 12 other journuls dully niul weekly puhlinhed run here. uul by tho newsdealers to $134.4. This Is certainly o fine exhibit for us s shown by the official rornrds in "NVasUiTigton city. Beside tho copies that go through the mails tliousanis'aro during cacL week sent off by express private con- veyances etc. ; and all this exclusive of the city circulation. The Herald therefore has sent off during the past three months a little over 10000 pounds per month. SOME RESERVED FOWDEH. .-... ii.i.. thn Times is one of VUl UVIjjHUU.J ' thu liveliest and sprightliest afternoon iournnls in the state or out of it and which through pluck.Het...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 October 1881

11 ' I Till' DALLAS 1 1 KIM Ml TlltIMIM V M(HIN f NOM J''Olli' J? 20 1841. Tiir. onuml thk mini "" JiVT II ' J.r.sMK. An lrlh lad iiAmi'it Terrence it'To.il Hill out fur Dublin li K'i l wIiikiI Willi till' lli'lpiil Ilia rich relation. For iinilcn mill aunts mill i "Ill" I"". Jill lent lilm ni'Mii y In belli lilm through Ami la- llnWie.l III" oliiciitlim. . Tietv'r of )! named Michael MrOee 'VVtiM very proml iif lil pedigree. Ami on II placed ureal dependence. Tor lie said In- liii'l I'oiiiiiI i tracing II "urlKiiiiil Irlidiiniins" naiiio whs "lc An J McUec were his dccunihintH. llu nuked with contempt on every O'Toot Amltlio thought Unit Terrence had been to school Would ni't McOeo to rrothlng. "HI" pedigree Ins miiI I. "il appears Can lie traceil back but u thousand years. Aiuluf euurou liuaiiiuuuU to nothing!" The O'Tools who were proml us prowl could be Took priile lu being us proml in MoUuu; And "if Terrcnce's education Would help htm find In tracing back 'i'hiit ')' Isimv more...

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