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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 tre...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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)uUl,s "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 10,000 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 whic...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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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, '...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 20 October 1881

rr w tt y Tllfi liALIiAS WEEKLY IIEUAU) PPOUTS. ELLIOTT & MALL. rntori"! t ths PostoftVs it tnlli, oeond Class null matUif. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER I88J; INDICATION. Vor tl.a west BulflUlM! Cloudy WBItllPt nl rilti: northeasterly wind stationary or higher barometer and lower temperature. r TrnnaDivm D.ivw U till on the top rail, but It is as president of the senate and not on the fence as It lias noon iicrew fore. Tn. ..nhlen ehantre In the weather from hot and disagreeable at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, to a rainy norther Dciore o o'clock must be tryini on weak lungs, and people cannot be too careful to avoid taking cold. . ww Pitiwinp.sT Abthue, in re-appointing Mr. w.n.. m.ino ann of Secretary Blaine, to the third position in the department of state, performed a graceful act, ana it snows ui he is disposed to carry Into effect the pnin ciplcsof Mr. Conkling's utterance, "Life is too short for political revenge. , Wm 9 m Boas Kbllv, of Tammany, and Bully ATT.,irrhlin. of Brooklyn,...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 20 October 1881

2 .4, fulls M hs Mif r 'f ai-tm Wales CJanllnn " t"M'el-The lfl nanee In Conform! I' thl"nn- rlsf l.nwH lefantLr'lf MntteM. The city rounrll tnnTV'ifegular session at the rlty hall last iilxhtJDWayor Crowdus, who presided, called thcbody to order at 7:,T) o'clock.- The secretary read the min ute of the former meeting, which stood Ap proved. There wat a full board present, and after discussing in a private way anion themselves the questions likely to arise during the evening, business was taken up. Tho city engineer made his re port In regard to the construction of a snwnr at the north Intersection of Main and Mur phy streets. ... ... report for the month of September, for the hospital, showing the expenses oMhat in- -gtitution during mat. lime iu no The petition of Henry and John Ball, qskincr & rebate on assessment, was granted. A list of claims against the city were read ,anl ordered paw. The committee on street and bridges rec .eonimended thot the petition of property owners,...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 20 October 1881

THIS DALLAM UVMAtAhTUllUHHAY NOllNiffU, OOTOIIKIl 20, 1881. TIIK IMIOMAOY. Tlio INrtr York .hinnrrnllr Slut" t Vl llllllll Continue In fics. mIoii at A I tinny. Jo1li Iho Toiniiiniijr nml Irvlnff Hull DclrxntloiiM nrt! Kxclndcd ami Leave. K Perm mil- ill Ortrnntzallon Elfrcled nml the. Nominations Mario Last Kvculii!,'. A Series of llcsoliillons Adopted nnd Perfect Harmony Prevailed. Erastus Hroohx rerniaiient Clialrninn. From the Now York Convention. Amiany, X. Y., October 11. The eominil tce on nermiinent organization have agreed to report lion. E. llrooks, of llielimonil county, for permiineut cliulrinan, but the business of the convention is at a standstill In conscouenco of the resolution of the committee on credentials, to meet at 7 o'clock to hear contestants from New York. The committee has con sented to allow those hours lor discussion, consequently the Tammany delegation, which was ordered to be ready to start nt i) o'clock to-morrow morning, has now re ceived word to coun...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 20 October 1881

If ST AH i.. n. . If, r.,M Tayioii, iMoIht rolil.lnn ornntilziilloi (inn liuliiTi Hooker Inil, wu nrrcmed t t.rllii llilll actor In II ililclif Irnlii 'tier to-duy. en year old ,f lll'llltf tliu JicvInK 'i'lmniiiwiii it I uckiT H inl'ii of I'iIki vvv".. '" i uiticro.,, Lim rtuiirou.y v, is. ,. , , . .iTMllltioll III) fllllcalcd UIKl lnlll WlierU the nioiivv could lie found, and iiIho Kave away nu of hi" I'"' AiiMin Kay. another Jm year ollt kid, who, ho ay.i, wan tho cl.ief leader In KowK through llio postolllce and werai stores u fow inontlw l"t. Colonel Anion 1 1'oi.ter Lent thill tJ Austin to-day to settle their Htni iiiLiu Titi,.,l gluten court. IIIUII coiuruei wit" , : , 1 .c r Our district court will una up what is loft of their other oileiisca. nuiH"-" uiomuwi, of tho cluh are behiB washed. Cotton it still coming in daily. Two cars of tino Williamson county stock left lor Austin to-day to exhibit ut the. lair. Gen. (Irillln, of New Hampshire, arrived to-day for mo purpose of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 20 October 1881

Si J . 1 Till! DALLAM If KIM LD, THITltSDAY MOI(MIN(i,OCTOI)nil 20,' Iftftl, : 8 UTATK fillet Itr.Vlf.W, APttl a llfATi KnrniiTN In Tmyi county urn 1tilly en giiged In sowing wheat Mini other small grain, I'nriners tn Washington rotintv wmil'l probably do well to follow their example. Nlcarnguii wheat Is miil to lie a sure cropnnd to vlcld wiill improved ma chinery Is being fntroduecd In molt of the mills utnl tho difllculty In grinding it, bo cause of tho hnrdnuss ofthograia, is thus obviated. Tlio wheat crop in harvested Mid marketed at a season of the year when Texas railroads have comparatively little frelirht business, liaising wheat and small grain for shipment in thlB section ot the state wouldjie a new Industry and, in ordor to encourage it wo havo no doubt the Santa Ke railway would willingly give special rates on wheat and outs to Oulvetrton and Houston, provided enough was ollcrod to maKe it any onject. lureniiaiu xuuuur TWO WRETCHES. Mulder Hickman (plain) and Isaac Thom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

. ) (T LAS EEKL' CONSOLIDATED WITlTVw DALLAS DATJA COMMEBCAX?N T . A ' . ' .1 33 Xl Protect yourselves against the chilly is your time to do it. Our stock of larp-e. too laree in iact, and These illustrations indicate in the chea'j " below are we ha LlDATBD WITITSnw 1 DATJA COMMEECI AE?N 1 1 Texas km i winter. Now I -and cloaks is .-iSL&sX. be reduced, jr. iir wp nrt minor per mop pur quotations rfe reductions fie finer. Wegantly This I i . , wnui mi Le rros lOy trim Bpmcntripl I Black snli dolman, a superb garment, richly trimmed ii fur, $05, worth $8j. I at almost can price. l Ladles; an.L nlutpra and 11 A Light polo jl military amit viiiiuiuiia uiiHi 1 we v DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3,1881. VOL. XXVIII. 281- This is a genuine beaver cloak, made and trimmed, for $9. , We aro almost grain si Ik circulars, trimmed with far aiid.quiltud liniii2. at 833. 1 Black Blcillcne silk circulars, elcgai mea with ur, at nw, wortn S7.iu. Our leader Is a black gros grain silk . lined w...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

'HE DALLAS WEE HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEBER ,1881. KLYv I'l'S. it lloped WCT9 !!rV(!T liny of l-sooner shock lur, in I IllSt Oil! 3red bietly i WHO mid was riv- 1- jr. ,ig, air. 11111,01 ueorgia, oncrea mm . tfll M 4 mmy I lnif resolution: I. 1 lint tlio amiolntnient to offices Sudoral government otiuht nut to control or influence elections in I states, mid appointments mado intentions are unwlso, unputri (ontrnjtp tlio spirit of our free Voiitlniied without ro- k . . . i" .. . i . i.. i I become dangerous ' institutions. mniediuto consldera- Mr. McMillan trul-Over under the i motion of Mr.'Al- vo session. Wlillo d, but after trnn b lusinoss hud been i offered a rosolti- ment of a committee of resident and inquire H r business to lay . Detoro resolution wua adopt . Hhermun and Jtityurd nt.pH on tho eommlttoe. Hllbsc- ey reported they hud performed v. and that the uresiaoui, iiuu uyther to eommunicuto. ofv moved that when che. senate a to-day it be sine die. Ordered. bayard ollorod tne ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

saidv ier witn on- Tiot seen him pi nee. 1 asked it he uaa any tiling iodine alias Herald that he wished published to the world after his death. He replied "Yes," and took a pencil and paper and wrote ' half a page which ho handed r.ie, and asked that I should call on some a ttorncy here for some more he had written, mid wished the Herald to publish it In full. l'S entire purport, however, was a lirado of HDU.se against the officers and the witnesses in the case. Nelson Post was tried the 23d of Sept., l&SO, and given a life sentence, and the decision was approved in June. Jack Tost was tried Sept. 24th, 1S.S0, and convicted with thg deuth penalty affixed. It was also .iiflirmcd last June and he was sentenced September 2-id, 1881, to be hung on Friday, October 2Sth, 1881, at 2 o'clock p. m. The prisoner was taken from the fail by tho sheriff and guard and taken to t lie gallows. The death sentence of Judge Williams was read to the multitude by Sheriff Melton and an affect ing pr...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

Em their i (1111311 lllVfcWGl, usa uriesov. Iroversy was granted to ling the existence of the between John Grigsby a Grigsby, and was their , aim tue same was Uho date of tlie death kbv in the year Itiine the undivided one- lelonged to the heirs of Hd tlie otlier linn to 1111 rriirsby. subject only to the Is contracted' by John Grigs- existence ot tno marriage, administration was opened ! John Grigsby in Houston nd during said administration msa liuemiarrieu wun jjutes fine died in 1843, leaving three lb of whom are the plftintifl'sin David B. Grigsby and Maria Its, who were lier heirs at law, Etinir one-third of her estate. lustration of "John Grigsby's Afterwards removed to Anderson Ixas. and in tlie year 1848 the ad- frs of said estate reported that the fcitrovcrsy in tins tuit was reaay ion. Jone oi tne lanu was neeuua ' debts contracted during the ex ' the marriage relation between . Louisa Grigsby. and the undivid- ff said land was the obsolute proper heirs of Louisa Edens. de...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

V Si TIM IMf.MM WIMKf.V UVMMM. TUIICMHA V NOVJCMIIl pr mikm Hr-m., MIAO MHMf. !SV, I If. TIlOlllHS, fillip fl- fftn columns. Ik f iiit II dniillcA- iiny sliAllur rase rif modem smirch csv, lit church iiibk' a iiiisiiikm ii'ltriunt In nut ilnwn such men 'diet of heresy, It wnulil do fur Arnfroin thi'iii limn torasl stone nt tlicui. 'J'lil In niiAgfluf reason, or on llithteiimciit. of progress, Theology, like everything else, being subjected to close scrutiny anil analysis, Jt I no longer pos sible to porpctualo a thing merely liccuusu it I old nml enshrined n tradition niui pro irwdcnt. Tlio spirit of Inquiry mid research I abroad like a grout light, Muur;liiiiK out tlio weakness mid error, ns well us the nir.iML'tli mid truth of all that affects man- I kind hero mid licrouftor. If a teacher an- pears who disturbs our sleep and asks us to (think, it will not do to refuse him audience, tpnd drive him heneo as un enemy. The lime is past for saying that "whatever Is, is right." Wo know ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

V V fmav fistanU r . - come 1 though fowera of a only the into action? Eption. Have "real, external through con- fown ideas, know own states ; ,is ihing as an are our rjurelv subiect- Cng tangitltn- pnscSoujpws ? .' Is lor is it merely an ithe mental ao- I chronologically? smenced ? Can we alar moment it ex it both threads of Ind we are brought unknowable, and luce the greatness human intellect. hind the veil there Itcry. 1 Even in the Ion of right and Ircd, and what is Ition imposes upon Isoraething? Ii it from the immu- Is a thing Ves happiness; Iss because it is Iv of the number- llit propound this latLses and books Iritten and pnb- Ister intellects of Iprofoundcst phi- i and most ear are to-day but way of solution t?io Ionian?, be Stoics or the it and Thalcs, igoras and Zeno, tad by the same re modern )cs ave solved. until reasoning from ihed, logically school of I Hume drifted denying the the mind ntal exist- of the i am as in iere is no be Las is "fie, aniTfriat t or ideas the...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

r JTIHIIHilAY NOVHMfllill II, IflHl. V It-J III. as KwciihI k democrat lu "iv vug ami per- m tukuirTctotitly ly Mr. inn,' fir t ut Atlanta mid letter to a Terra Ilattto en cliarltublo enough to lis Atlanta speech ho hnil P yiiKUiu undnr somo lm I the moincnf, but whon I Into loiter the viows lie .mistaking his position. t, this changing, tills way, now unotlior, that ople's faith not . so Inoss of domoirutle prin- isistency and reliability ,e to be their expounders. nsserto that "tho dcnio- st year was a violent du ff question, without pro- W of national democratic ut "a tariff for revomu! ue on common sense io position that ovtfry (;oods necessarily anuiacturcd in inojiii e arc compelled to-Aavc , and 'protection's one incidents." Ho- Mr. a life-long demo. and salesman, ;ed such palpatio blun- i in winch henunciatcs Isitions is uworly incon grown in the United grown anywhere in its ly articlemanufactured l? Last 'year's returns ted of CQiftS-diM-ing the me $00,00' 1), being in ,000...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

V i r of 1 lraliam f HcMlrf. October 3H. TImi slreed and (irnlmm were lltorall.f packed Slug throng or oiuaetia who mum (I noar to wltnnM tlit cwiitldii flck Post, for tli tnunUr of I. II. (iwvvii mile southwest of lira about the 12th of October, 1H7U, rtlcltod la tlio'.trUil sliovr It to huve if the moot cold-blooded murders, poeo of robbery, ever committed and the evidence, though cir- ,1, was conclusive and overwhelm- 10 guilt of Jock rout and Nelson the time ol tho murder wife and tho wife of Melfruitt, Ircd man, vrcre absent on a visit bounty, and Tost was working or I gathering cotton. There was. pn.of the .crime until McDruitt's hod liomc throe weeks uflorwnrds I Tost iaformcd hor tliat her hus kold to him und Nelson Post his I goods, personal property, etc ftlie farm into his charge to rent ih ho had done. She at once Id foul lay, and demanded her Ind threatened them with the law. bbed to rottini her tho clothing e r way to l'arker county if she its the county. She notified ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

I l M IK (! n i. 1 il 1 1 I . II" f"(.'llllllli li fH MllN rllT will to i;ntf Hid A I J,DM fin in the hlKiorr or nearly all rprlei, tliu adding to Ilm bond, J liu ligrci'inotil ream -iit'iini, tin iK-ruhy miiiu-, V Si otlicr anil with the yXo Dallas Opera House miuiiiy holding Ititchartcr tuu of an tut ot tho legls- i of Texas concerning prl- nnnroved December 1st. ivo will tako, und by these ri bo to tho number ot lied (100,)O) dollars eueh, 'site our respective names. of assisting tho 1 ullas Opera v in lunii niir and mu main- ' opera house in the, city of toxas, uuuer mu loitownig ,vit: ho object and purposes of n Are declared to no ine inuintnniiig of a lirst-cluis the city of Dallas, state ot at the maximum amount of sued shall not exceed twenty- 1 lti5.00O) dollars, said bonds y (20) years, and to bear intcr- 'ate of live per cent, per an mini n as the ubove amount is sub- C. Connor, J' ochiieider anu j. 1j. .Leon ard shall tlir" proceed to advertise for loca tions plansispeci...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

i-'i M'f'f ii'" f"f '' K ' It SlKUhl'f' I 1 ir i k sA ,no Kf un 10 m t. ill 'I. S mnon f 1.H00 If I0,W 2,933 "accepted i innnoe ties on e indi- aury .,rrrj I I s 1 -nnr of IX rwinp I lios I the I I and I. mar, I ount ( I in- )rr in i4i of Weer, are re we seen. the valued for said the cs there, and ' to be lieht. i wool of this i higher price in h other nortions I'he sales of wool in are 10.000.000 f for the same period of have lallen oil ii.uuu Is are sold far ahead of I though very firnr, are des of wool this week, pmestic, and 236,000 of Louisiana for jber 1, 1881. shows 15 gallons of of clean rice. 53,714,008 44.213.3H9 ..... 83,!M,!W3 Pzie as bons, ot F,e arrangements, ot potatoes via the potatoes were About fifteen cents khe cost of hand- it is believed they Iv ork market at lusliel. The sbip- f an experiment, Jrm of tlio Ameri iinzto t Sons arc ,ig pYoduce nier- luisiana possesses linen ys,wo,w, or iR)W larni, tuny iler cultivation. r? 2,000,000 acres, ),000 Of products, Intro...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 November 1881

0 2WS UY SPECIALS. (Iratiam clal 1 1 fbs IIptaI.1. Oiauam. LOotoboT 28. T1m streets ami stmaresof Orahara worti Morally packed with a surging throng ot eltUeat who nmo from fur and noar to wltnoM the execution to-day of Jack Post, for the murder of I. II. McDrultt, seven nillos southwest of Gra ham, on or about tlx 12tli of October, 1870. The foots elicited in tb;trkl show it to have been one of the most cold-blooded murders, for the purposo of robbery, ever committed in the state, and the evidence, though cir cumstantial, was conclusive and overwhelm ing to the guilt of Jack Post and Aelaon Post. At the tlimv ot the murder Jack Tost's wife and the wife ofMeBruitt, the murdered man, were absent on a visit in Parker county, and Post was working or McDrultt, gathering cotton. Ihere was no suspicion, of the .crimo until McDruitt's wifo returned homo throe weeks aftorwards, 1 when Jick Post iaformed her that her hus - band had sold to Lira and Nelson Tost Jus household goods, personal p...

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