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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 7 September 1882

ewid rfuks the doubtful. If VOLSELEY Ik KOOd i count may possibly u too hastily and some- rfdiy. uTck-and-tan six-footer from Florida of acouirinz the art of war West I'oint. will bejikely to find the oath to military glory a much harder load to travel than the famous Jordan. Though under the immediate care of the I 1 1. .. 11. M.llll. government as aauuuisiercu vj u lican party West Point Is not the most pleasant school in the country for the .negro. ' - 1 Japan and China do not bring Corea to -terms and compel her to open her ports to us in accordance with the recent treaty which both the Chinese and Japanese as- sisted us in obtaining bur own government .will have to do a little naval service of a serious character in foreign waters. Bloody riots continue in that locked-up kingdom. We earnest ihe capacity of our old; guns and "wash-tubs" in battering down forti- fications. wa m Ma. Fbank Howe son of Secretary Howe and chief clerk of. the department of the interior is said to be t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 7 September 1882

TIM DALhAH WJWKI.Y UKUA.W 7l.ffl.MMY 3 O HTANAOr TATB AOENf I'OK Campli6llPrlnllnzPrt3SliiiE.ee. HMimfMHTrM.rm.iiA. trk rvrnimnuinatlmit tnllniteUnd ntinrfiilln. wte. . l-i.w XKWS 15V Sl'KX'IAIi. Tlio Atlorncy-Oimcriil rn-parliitf to Urlng Suit AKnliiKt Coiyify Attorney Mooro for rb Itpt'ovory of llli-g-nlly Kiilulncd Foes. Tho Yonntr Men Jlcover n (Joltl Iloimnzn Sixty Mile From EI raw. It Sets the Feople Wd with Excite. ; mcnt Over Tliolr tioud Luck. A Ncgrro Actiionledees the Misplace- ment of a Switch at Tiickerman. Thc.Coiitimied Rains Cast a liloom Over the Farmers Generally. Other Interesting. Stato News. ' Palestine. Special to. the Herald. Palestike September 0. The Erlangcr Syndicate Air Line road from 8urevop6rt Louisiana 4o the Rio Grnnde. bas had a lo- cating party in this neighborhood aud have now moved to Anderson in Grimes county. In an interview the chief engineer informed your correspondent that unless prevented by hostile legislation on the part of the state the r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 7 September 1882

i w S1 had enough its D(o)ublin. about subsided and anticipate hot days and iic Dallas Herald's September edition i be found on all trains and at all news stand at five cents per copy. SErnKiAEV Folgeb has at last determined upon becoming a gubernatorial candidate in New York. He sclf-sacriflcingly offers himself as a compromise man to the stal- warts and balf-breods. lie would bo a 1 strong candidate. u That Bcholarly poet learned writer aud elegant gentleman Jons Hay goes with his wife to Europe to remain until winter. A pleasant voyage and visit j for such as he and WamtxAw IIeid genial men and hon- ored citizens are ornaments indeed to the journalistic profession earn the repose they take and merit the attentions received. a a- General Francis a. Walker of Massa- chusetts is being discussed extensively as a possible successor to Senator Hoar in the United States senate. The weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth would not by any means be alarming in certain sec- tions of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 7 September 1882

TUB IIALhAH WttttKtiY UKUAUU VtWUHHAY HKfVtMHKU 7. UW ........ STATE SlWIALS. Atlstlll I Aptl'llll In I'm ll'inl.l Vst'sTlK HcjilfinluT a. HHt KImk I lie Krnnt nil tlti khiK of I ho Nunc to-tlny nl nx ritw Vi'i vw "f hiiil I" Cmfiurm oniihtv. Tliity lni'l li'n "I"''0 " or((iiiilitli'iiuif tlioeoimt.y n l umoiiiilccl to A.f 4-j.nMi. I'uiutit tvlll now Imiib I" lilni. The (?ciii'fiil rryeniie rcci-lpta lit I lie tri'its. urv fur iho month of Ahkum were f ni-'i Tbc permanent school fund on limit! for III' vest mentis over J.iOO.WU. The Ueimmont mills company capital stock. $1000 (lied Its charter to-dny Bids for doltijr tUe public printing were opened to day. Gaines of tlio Htatnsniflii road a protest against reiorrliiKtiiein to air. Moore the stnlu's expert printer In which u I. niliM.cl thnt Mnoro is a partner ol Hwimlfill. one of the blddors. Sir. Gaines proposes to furnish evidence and the board Bet Monday to near mu im'.- ti. onvsrnnr tn-ilav nartlonca M. Kose of Tarrant county co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 7 September 1882

7" fn. a ?.4n7. half a case of merest. T o Iver coruncaios I'tie Kit-graphic re- area aa ut u.i hi ami Ml- Iv. lint it la probable that .........l mul inrliiiti more was tales as gold certlllcales have fvuslng I" miiouut lor tevesni womis. I indicates thai mi oi mo w auu.t"w iilm! and rerhaps more were returned to ....'. T...1i. i xnRiiua fur eerl llcalcs Aa mcil t'U U in iu n..v u ..'. . balance available allhounh shovt lug an increase nf f ' J 21:: during Urn nioilin is ma J. "l' the average lor the year ami is nt siillictel.t lo warrant IU0 secretary In taking any eimi.ir.li. ny measure for the relief ol the Newport Suliley market as seen to to desired ty no uianv New Yurk Journals niiriug the present month the Interest-bear ng debt will be further re.lu.ced by tho redemption of lie. 0 0(XX) of continued G's. .September I t. mi- dertlie lloth call. All that remains of these &nds that are not converted Into ; a' s wll be redeemed October 4 when this item of debt will disappear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

7 V THE WEEKLY DALLAS ' DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY SElTOlHKIt It 1882.-V0L. XXXII. NO. 11. "I WE ARE ARRIVALS OF NEW FALL GOODS In our Cassimere Department. In our Flannel Department. In our Cotton Goods Department. In our House Furnishing Department. Come And See Them. Arrivals of lew Ml Goods 4 In our Dress Goods Department. In our Silk Department. In our Trimming Department. In our Button Department. In our Ribbon Department. In our Hosiery Department. In our Knit Goods Department. Come and See Them. - WE ARE : Arrivals of: New Pall Goods In our Lace Department. In our Underwear. Deparrtment. In our Snawi Department. ' In our MillinerV Department. In our Carmt Department. In our -Shoe Department. . - ' In our -Men's Clothing Department. In our Men's Furnishing Department. In our Each and Every Department. ' - Come and See Them. SANG-EB BBOTHEKS. GOLDSMITH BROS. 714 Elm Street & - the Bargain OF TEXAS. come and examine our new FALL STOCK. AlLNew Goods in Every Department We have a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

I: UA i -. rr mid Frch muted rmoiiltuii ul Tor thoWKKK- 'a liberal coin- irder registered rn o DALLAS. TEXAS. t llfiA. ntendssoon iud of Ifis father's speeches h p biographical memoir. fa Valuable addition to tho Siberia eloquence. eduui and twenty divorces were nt a .recent term of the supremo Kliiode Island. Ono or two more rterms' and Littlo IlhOliy Will 0" wnu- nv Aarred folks. Think of the end Rd r.T'A. .r-in-law ! . ('. 54KUM. ( i. :mi who has shared .w. nr.iii'y.i .i." Mr. Co.nkuxu has si en f.oroe in n'. but he is to be congratu- lated uu r -r 'jnving been bored by a tete- a iete wi;'.i i.:jlily ofiuthetes. aae ' Tut; ': r of earthquakes 'and hurricanes in Panama will not appreciate tho proposed canal stock to onyalarmlng extent. It would bejustabout asininy Anticipate if thcbigdilch should be successfully dug and opened for traffic. Tho treacherous earth would open and it would require an- other survey to find where the canal once An exchange says: "When a deserter comes in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

r v IIKIIA1.lt 'IIWIUHA YMtCl't'tt Mitt ( tmimoom!" t'f ah mutt. I lifiiiahf fmi Ilia) on l Whli'li I'd li(n ''"'I " mm "urn 1t feAtf l" " tim capnai n'l '""i i' ' Tli mini pan wwil'l toon he Hill-" fcnl lil llm nut Ihal oltwr" Wllh liacla ill fund swl fimlll tool II wimll "mnlin tiiiiiii'f viry '"' A rvl " llvld"inl tm "f" l" 'I Um mmiMi'M ' Kp'"" """If lliifnrii th'lr ! tTiiiIk I'iiI f Hen Or Mai or Hi th I"""' wrote Hull.) A llM K'HI'I tl llHllll "I1"" Hindi ha In me illil iirnly Whoa I wunt Into (but grand inhume I wa "let III" lit "hntlnm prl.'c" And IhiiiiKlil I'll "picked up (itnothln( nlcoj Tliontiii'k iniinl rutxly woulil advance Without III" liar n( a mlHihaiittu I liiilil tlio ntm k-I luilil it mill. . Kimwlwi II I not worth a mdl. l'lus iiiiuifticuni lift'l ' lilacod tlio haro Till win Hie ervaluat of their rami. Tho "Pimli palil 111" thou disappeared And all tho (!)(no tlio lainh wore sheared. Tlio ''bottom prli'O" oil which 1 il unl t liropped out and all my milk was s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

h SVKKKI.Y UV.UAh)) I lliM'M"A J nr I" I I iM II f II Vr tiibiujahh;kki(y iim:am i l firlfl till) f'iilfli(- HI M M HO'itll ( amtl IrmlN f ' I I'MUTM IIIKltr HA Mi i t J- 1 W ii ttff U coiiii- t liiln( iiroclniimll'in ' AkAHt firriixisn to keep pn'u willi llin Mill- ion. Jls I reported In liiwa rppllcil to Hip jirooliinmtloti ile-larlnn lilm a rt ln-1 unit fx polled nil thi) 'J'tirki ami ClrcaMlnm from. Lis ciiinp. Ex-Vli'K 1'r.KiiiDKNT Wiuklkii .illi:leiit!y emorgod from obscurity tho other day tn aniiounce that In his opinion Govkiinoh Cornell win tlio weakest of all the candi- dates for gubernatorial honors In New York. This settles Cokmhi.i. ! Oi'R excellent contemporary tho Gaines- vlllo Register say: "The annual Beptcm- ' ber edition of the Dallas Herald is a credit to the state and the profession. "We wider it fur ahead of the New Orleans imes-Deniocrat's holiday edition." Me. Robeson's money and his faith thore'm as a motor uud political force in congressional campaigns as e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

H vKKK1iY ItlUlAW 'VltlUiHt I AY?) TlfH it A Us A 5 I .1. O. fl'f Alf AOi1 IfATK 1UIIN I I'Ott Campl)e!IPflntllrcssMljCo OmmnnWiiillroK n!lnlifl1 an4 ITnfpil. iuiWiiity in- STATE NEWS. Acixtlil Hwmlnl to tlio llurol.l. ACktir. Soi.toniber 11. The fnUowiiijc ' clmrtor were Mod lo-dny: The I'lltsburg Camu county. Marriage nsHoclntlon; tlio Belle of Texas Mnrrlaf-o Aid association of Dallas ami the AVIchlto Land & Cattle com pany capital stock I'flO.OOO. The principal oillce will be at Archer City Archor county. The Incorporators are: W. W Dickey L. F. Wilson C. W. Wood E. F Mnrriii and John II. Htone. Tlio stockholders of tho Longview & Sa- bine Valley railroad company tiled a reso. lution authorizing the issue ot bonds to tho extent of 87 .000 per milo. Captain H. L. Spain acting secretary of state nas notincu ine nompiroiicr iimi me Hod Kivcr uounty name ana tno ji.xciiango bank nt Dallas nave not mauo reports as re nuired bv law. ' Captain MoMurray reports another man shot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

7 at Mif M roHNMriltM'.! Jtatlwaf erawalliris-r.frfS''f Slwnnsnllalav-TliS ailrfieleat MefliwU f Htllnllng lUHwafS-flftW NwlM H.e-Th iisi fnjusl l.ll"H". T. Loin Mo.Hflilii'f Kill. wi.-Th meant tmrrliaaa of Hit llsiinll'sl A HI. Joifjib fBllroiwl by Hit U'Jiil'l yiitllciitc f New York linn caused cninKiiTiinie cm inent iro nl con.lijr the pn si ol HI. I.mils. Ills feared by some that Urn control cf $120000OjO of capital mi.UJ.KA) mun I" ibe state of Missouri I a uh-huco or llio limits and privilege" ' freedom which must be taken coirnUancc of. Iho peoiilt). On the Other band.it Is argued by the ytvM ntiJ by members of tho cummunity ut lure thftt the nolicv which irovcrns tlio conduct of the railways of the state will he the same wliolltor lliov urn niuhnL'cd. owned Ulld coll- trulied bv one tnaii or by live thousand men. The Influence ot a railroud corpora tion is no ureuter because one nmn or u half a dozen neu own if tlmn if it was owned by tfa thousand men. lu fact it cannot be u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

XT TflU AU..HVlWKt4Y till At.tl 'VttW'HtlWiHKVI'tMIWU M J. WAU IX MY IT Tim ( l.nrgo li Hi .fury WASIIIK'ifoX. Heplciiilicr H. Ill til" nrlln. Innl oonri this f ruiti iiuullier large mull. ones hkmiiiIiIiiiI In Iwnr tlm proceedings in ' the star-route ciikc. Tim hirgfl attendance of irninliiFut members of Ilia liar attests tlie Interest taken In this luM Mnyii or 1Mb trial. All tlie ilcleiululila were present with tliu exception of Stephen W. Downy. Judgo Wyllo begun lil charge to the jury with on explanation of the difficulties at- tending the summing up of a case ol such magnitude us this. He Haiti lie would not undertake to deliver a profes- sional lecture on law but it would be his endeavor to travel over tho case from one point to another so far as it was neces- sary to do taking care not to trespass upon province of the jury. The law makes the Jury the ultimato final power even upon the law itself. At the same time the tradi tiorj and practices of law authorized the court to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 14 September 1882

T FINANCIAJiJM) COTTON Till bonded tlobt of ..nuUlaii l lll.T-fl. . The cimii of the Urlir -otn.i.lMloii M mind for money thl. Ml. m--"; thnHwi.;'rii. valorem tax. i' iv luihUo fur thl. year Is .t Ut-. !. l.u MS the celebrated traveler re ffii Ji u th di'i Arii' n ""lr";1 wn.'. 1 ha. tea oiirifVnuiiiIy prolific for i-.Miliiiiu'. 'He Witto S " 1 I'i'xL to hall a doan rallfi.r. Dili AllOllllT irnVVlr nuuiiniiu.. ........ ConU'rins Captain Hurton's story. During tho Hmhi yi-''r ending Jn.no . J -- the rat i't from Internal rc-veiius from all tin' stales M SI I'v'-' '.-!T:i.-l Thecnsl or rc.lU.amK the name ivns tVi.lU.'!' 0 or 1-k UuuKi per cent of the amount enllectc-il. Illinois led the stales with f'iV-'- II7.I.7. DALLAS EXCAltllOX ASP SILVER. inlying ociijus- ill 'i puili. N.Y. Sight Chit-ego Galveston HI. Louis New Orleans Sterling sight.. .. Francs Murks Tnido dollars Mexican dollars. y dU. M prem. ii dis. i; clii. J. dls. prciu prom. U prem. 4.r 0.H' .!H)c .sue I Mexican h.'-lvos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

JL JLJLJL2J JLyXX U A U T T U-i JU. JLU U iOLjL U. U J U S DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1882.-V0L. XXXII. NO. 12. V .'A 3: w' ill By Placing the Accentuation upon the First Word of the above sentence vou express what every individual is made to feel with reference to Sanger Bros' Clothing Department! It is a Department conducted upon the OF AND FOR THE PEOPLE Principle. Hence its Success. NEW FALL GOODS In Every Grade are now being shown by us. These Goods will as .usual be found FRESHER NEWER CHEAPER HANDSOMER Than Those of Any other House. We are Selling: AN EXCELLENT QUALITY OP SUIT in Sack and Frock Styles at $4.50. . We! are Selling i GOOD UNION OA iSIMERE SUITS in Sack and Frock Styles at $7.50 worths 10. ZZZ We are Selling I GOOD ALL-WOOL OASSIMKRE SUITS 'in Sack and Frock Styles at $3.50 v ortn $ 1 2. We are Selling t A SUPERIOR ALL-WOOL SUIT in Sack and Frock Styles at $10 worth $13 50. . We are Selling i FANCY OASSIMERE AND SOOTOH CHEVIOT SUITS en Pottomo 4- Ko.fTr n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

I ft At Alt TlllflfM.M V ..ftl.MflK.f i TIIH lAIJ.AS WF.KKLY II;UAU PUBLISH ED EMM WURSDM HI MM'llirTIO tmi; lisllr.ti-1 to Anjr A1 1f i VH r'-stf'Sldl Onsjeaf l IIHlUlll" TllKf IIUHltll. 1 '0 I "I 14) rH'W linen rnjilM cut free on aniillrallon Hl'IIHCIIIITIHMI TO liAll.T pviUrercd Hallr to Any AMnw In llioClly Llm Its ot Hfiit IjT Mull: On year Bur month' . . . Three uwntlis . One month rttIA UTOI'lf . . . . . 10 0 r 0 ....... 2" 1 It i snuicnliers sonn word to nave the RddreM of their i.aiwrchaiigiMl they will leo i sure aud make mention ol XO miliacrwifira. nvii " .. . it - U'l.A.. tholrjiirmcr R'lureia. .... 1 1 Active energetic aeiiti wanted for thoW r.r.ic. Drat every iHlfnr. 10 whom a liberal coin .-Ill V.. 1lnll1. Romit ly postoftlce money order regl.tercd alter or uuuuuuieu uruik Address all communications to '' TIII3 IIERAD DALLAS. TEXAS. TiiEannroachlnn doom of winter Is ren dered somewhat bright by the anticipated absence of any star-route news. Dubino the month of Augus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

7 Y fori Worth KpMliil In Hit JTornlil. Font Worth Heplnmlur Ifl. Tlia mnn J. Murphy wlio took thtm grnlna of mnr- pblna reslonUy (t grent aiertlons was red from clfBth ond It now alowly rcicor- erina nnJ will toon lie fully rentored Tho boily of an unknown man was pulled out of tba river hero tlits evening which waa discovered by two negro boys fliliing He waa about 40 yours old and supposed to be a railroad laborer. Hownaaeen near the Ice factory Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock stag- ' gcring towards tbe river and is supposed to bavo fallen in and drowned. lie bad a nickel and a button only in bis pockets. He waa in bia shirtsleeves. An inquest will be held to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock A man by the name of Thomas Mark- liam had his arm torn oi! about live miles from town by a ootton gin and it ia thought he will die. The prisoners attempted to break Jail this evening by punching off the sheet Iron from tbe roof through which tbe stovepipe runs. They were discovered by tbe guard and p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

'run Till 1H1M Y HVV'WMHV.U'A . ' M ST TUB VMIM VfKf'.KLY IIMAt l Vnitmim mhvnllnn will lusks of mnf vnrtoii i(i1lll(lftii toinifrnw To hat tli rf pit t1 1' mi state rotiveiit1' Tib Of Kew York and Mann Imnetli meet lo nominal state ticket). (lovrunoii t'untn of Ohio nyi that lio And I tbat the temperance ttietlon la tlio only one before the people of Mi Hate. It transpires thut Dukiox the foreman of the star-route Jury Is an Intimato Iricnd of Stii-iush W. Uoiixcr. m o . Am exchange thinks that It was very un- fortunate for Ahahi that he was not a atar- route thief as he would certainly have es- caped had such been the caso. o- And now Abaih says it was DeLeem The old count ought to be ashamed of him self for so cruelly bamboozling the untu-tn-ed child of the desert. Tin St. Louis Post-Dispatch says that Inoersoix will soon again resume his lec tures and that Moses is understood to have started for the bull-rushes again. a- 1 . Tuk cheering prospect of a court-martial is just ahead...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

TIIH IIA1s1.H WIWKlht HVtt M Tn.li.MVL 1 4. O. irtAWAOK RTATn Art;NT r Campbell PrlRtinaPress Mffir.Co. HKADtjOARTFUM IMLtAi. f EXAi. Miniiiiin! tl'iiM solicit'! mi niwrfdllyans KnnNam I'lfy-A Urnlii Klnvntor Fall From tlio 1'onrth Floor to tlio IlaHoiiiont of a 1'iiuip HiiiiNP nml Caimcg tho Death of Uoorgo llaekns In a Few Minnies nnd Scrlonnly Injures Uurr Winters. Lieutenant Taylor Passes Through For Worth With Tajnc of Oklo- horna Fame In Custody. P!auo-SIx ltuildluKS In tlio Business Portion of Town Fired. A Whole Mock Consumed by the Fiery Element at Marshall. Other Interesting State News. Galveston Special to the Herald. Galveston Sepseraber 18. At 8 o'clock on the evening of tho 8th during thp gale which prevailed at that time the Norwe- gian bark Abeona owned by J. Jargensen &Co.of Tveatrand under command of Captain A. Beruldsen and bound from Rot terdam to Corpus Christl with a cargo of railroad iron went ashore on Padres island . fifteen miles ofi'Corpns Christl. Owi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

v r THIS 1)AM.H WK'CKLY IIHIIaLO TmIIUSDAV HKl'TJiMlUCK rQ2 BEN. HARVEY HILL (Iforrla'i Uru.tft Ktatman-llls rhylol Apifnrnee III Voice mnl tlie Mas- terly Skill WHh Which He Controlled It -HI" Sever. Faltering SelM'onMileneo-ine Certainty of Victory - With Which Ho Undertook an Enter. prise The Ease wltn ninen lie Mastered Logic I'lttcliiff Him Without a Peer on The Contlneut- III Biting Sarcasm In the Halls Of the United States Seuato A Com parison of Him "itn Toombs Stephens and Johuson. for the Dallai Hehald. Thirty years ago he was slender in ap pearance because he was erect and ot spare flesh. For many years he seemed to grow rrtthnnt at last becoming corpulent. He wai about six feet in height and before wasting by the malady that destroyed him weighed about 180 pounds. His whole physical make-up Ironi foot to crown was of the manly type and mould ; the body ani limbs well formed and well propor tioned; chest full round and deep with . sboulders that were symmetrical in form n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 September 1882

V lino uthAH WJtKKM' nrcMf iwMWmitAXmnvMnKti n ihm. i . f .. !. . . . .. I'KBMfNEWri. flmr Holes l.im-. Hepiembef l.l.-TIi" war nfnee hM rseelvs.l the followltin dispatch from General Wiileley lvln report of Hm but' In At TfM Kdl.lr: We wrun. camp at Kissassln Lock last vetiliiK'nd blvutm ked on tli IiIkIi rMne abovo tin camp until 1:W tlili wornlnK. we advanced upon a very extensive orv utroiiL'lv fortified position tlifn and held bv A mill l.sha with seventy thousand r8 iiIum. of whom twenty-live thousand were cavulry with seventy gun and six thouiand Bedouin and Irregular!. My lurce i was about eleven thousand boyonot two thous and sabre and sixty guns. To have at- tacked so strong a position by daylight with the troops I could placo in the field would have entailed a very great loss. I resolved tboretore to attack before daybreak inarching over the six miles that intervened between my camp and the ene- my's position in the darkness. The oavalry and two battalions of horse artill...

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