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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...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 September 1882

TIIH IIA1s1,.H WIWKlht HV,tt M Tn.li.MV,L 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'C...

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

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 September 1882

V lino ut,hAH 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 a...

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. — 21 September 1882

y r- v ' TUB I) ALLAH WJCKKLV HKHA..I. Til U USD AY, HBl'TJCNlllBH 2t, V 82. FINANCIAL AND COTTON rUANdal There U torn apparent 'n'l',',1' .!!., stock market at present and weak pro ertl apt to not rather roiiKhly handled . T lie K c lerai ai-peerance of things would Indicate that rtc decline somewhat, but we see ' "K " this fact to make os modify our opinion thai the market ! a buU one; or that a soon a. P resent disturbing causes are removed. It will assert lu.ll in a steady advance of price Home ltv one wlHoul? exercise discrlmluat on Id the buvlng. Intending purchasers should ue . with securities which have n ran ui"ou .tronii market above , their true value. A little careful looking over the Hat ;K;rZ-.. in tradlitir now. both to -avoid getting the wrong ami to net hold of the right sort of things The average buyer will havo to do at the great operators llnd it necessary to do all the time give careful consideration to iiievaiue of the "everal propertle. on Ihe , list . and dec...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 September 1882

DALLAS WEEKLY- HERALD. THE DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY 8EPTEMBEU 28, 1832. VOL. XXXif. NO. 13. oi mm. 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.' 'Nothing Department! It is a DepartmeluNp ,T"oted upon the OF AND FOR Ti-fi 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, v ' . NEWER, , , CHEAPER, 'HANDSOMER, " : N Than Those of Any' other TIouso. Wo are Selling! . AN EXCELLENT QUALITY OF SUIT, in Sack and Frock ' Styles, at $4.50. Wei are Selling! GOOD UNION OA3SIMERE SUITS, in Sack and Frock Styles, at $7.50, worth $10. We are Selling s i y GOOD ALL-WOOL OASSIMERE SUITS, in Sack and . Frock Styles, at $8.50, worth $12. We are Selling i A SUPERIOR ALL-WOOL SUIT, in Sack and Frock Styles, at $10, worth $13.50. We are Soiling : - FANCY OASSIMERE AND SOOTOH CHEVIOT SUITS, Elegant Patterns...

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. — 28 September 1882

Till! IMMMS WKKKliV IfKffAfj... TfllfllH MY, MICI'THM IIKII 20, 8H2, TUG PALLAS WEEKLY .11 El! All mLISHEbtMMTHUf!SM Nt iiocnirrto! tkhm, iHOIrtiod lo Any Aildim b '" I"nPl,r On year. . . H,JC lilfintlii 1 ' " ' l TlllOO DIKllthi. ill aywRper Inirti Coplet tout free ai'l'lliatlon i 'ntcnlrrioNS to iiaim . Delivered Dully lo Any Ai1,'rcs In IbeCltj' Lira in, or Hint lit Mull: One year W J (tlx niontii j-" Three nnntl r , One iiiontli 1 R On a week . To Siiliar'i-'l'liert. When n'cn'ie' forrt ... .... .a ii,. ,l,lr.. nfilielr nam-rcif M eil tlioy will ploasu lie oute end make rociiliuu u( luciriorniLTouiirvn. .u.w. 1 1 Active, encrflftlc agents wanted for thow eki tvateverv nostonVo, to whom a llueral cin.v mUi. u ltl ln .Unwed. Remit by postofllce money order, registered ettor, or unaouuieu uri'ii, Addres't all communlcat'ona ij THE HERAT) , DALLAS. TEXAS y It is said that England intends 10 furnish ' Abaui a learned counsellor to defend his canse against the change of beitifc a rebe...

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. — 28 September 1882

TIII3 liALi WKKKLY If KffAf..). HKl'THM IIKU UH,iaw. STATK SPECIALS.. flllStOII, ptfilal lo ti llersld, Oai,vwtow, September 22. Tim ootlon market olmmd cany; niliMlliiff lljo.; "Hies, 073 baloi. Colnnol aeorge 1. Flnlay, domoonitlo nominee lor conKress from tin seventh tils trlot, who was" prevented from speaking laat lilKbt by the inclemency of the weather, addressed large niidlonco to-night In iho rotunda of the Treniont homo. After being Introduced by Colonel Clalborno, chairman of thu dBmooratlo ex ecutive com iu i tee, he Bfbke in substance as follows: lie was the democratic candidate and would not go back over the history of the country fur tho past twenty years, bnt would address himself to the Issues of tho day. He end always been democratic be cause it was part of the Constitution and of the neonle that live under the con stitution, the people were the rulers, and ha believed that all Dowers not delegated by the people to the general' government wore reserved to tho people...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 September 1882

VftlCKhV lmitAt. ,TI1IUM,.AV, MISI'TKMlllCff o. in. TIIIU'AIJ-ASKKKLYIICUAU) M a I f AhAM". nf Kentrrhy, after infill fr ! trouble, has lit last mrrenteil In nbulnln .heiminlnitl'iii fur cmg rinv'tin tn hlsoltlillslrli t. (.r.NitnM. Wm.ar.i V labor "i kiii not yd to l,e through, lie will, tiiHlor IIhI.UI"' dlvo. take lintitl In the work of muKkIiik t J'.r ami reorganizing ollairs. Tub nomination otllr.Miv W. 8i.o t i for coiiKrcssman-Bt-lsitre by l lie New York democracy was a Ju tribute to u gallant oldlcr and a stnuiich democrat. The hands tbat Aham Pasha will now full Into will be worse tlian the KoglUh soldiery he has had to meet, and will probably put a lasting quietus on bis ambition. Tui Chinese laundries were driven from a certain street in Nevada City and the celestials quit washing. There were no wbito nien or women to take their place, and the population of the town has become as children again, dirty but happy. s - A ui.iitep.ino array of empty seats doesn't throw any co...

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. — 28 September 1882

7 v T l. THU IIAUiAH WKISK7.Y 1IKIMM). TIItKtlMY, rifl'i'MfllHIl a, 1812, l-OIJTIIMIKISATK. Hon. (Jfiin," W. Joiim ntil Hon. Olln ,Wllliorii l.oi k Horn on Inn 1'olillnil l"iif of the Day, HK,ohUm of (JrfMibiu'k nntl imo. (ratio JioPiriiie. TUo Court Hoiino Crowded for Four . Honrs. ' Yestorday afternoon at 1:30 o'clork tho district court room was packed to near tut Hon. Georgo W. Jones, greenback cand1' .loin fit crnnnrnnr. and Hon. Olln Woll born," in a debate on the political issues of the day. The respective speecnes are buu stantiully given below, and occupied just four hours for their delivery : Mr. Wm. Harris was called to the chair and stated the terms of the ditcussion. Colonel Jones to lead off in a speech of one . ,. "in. ..,! Wollhorn to fol OW in a speech of similar length. and replication of . Jones commenced by saying he cou dn t hope to discuss all questions involved. jTound himself confronted by national poli tics. It seems now to be contended that the people cannot...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 September 1882

iV, UAUiHVV.MhY llKlf A IN 'HHWHfM , HlCl'TKMfllC a t 0 Tl TO TUB TOMII. AH ( Im of Itl. rps I'nllo In Hlnof re Trihuto to ft UA Mini (ioiifj bnt llonoreil Will. Th liniMiKlnir Funeral itimopIpi Vet- teriluj Over tlio Jteum;n f Jitdire Uooil. of ThU Ui'leil ly IhpKiiltfliNTfiiijihr In tlio iki.i u mm uri . Tbe Compusitiuii iiii'l Order of I lie Murtli of llie Liny I orwge. The l'inh of a Nol)lo Life. Vaainnlav nfternoon one of llie largest, If not the largest, funeral coitege ever known in this section of the stato followed to their last resting place, nt tho Masonic buriul ground, ot the "old cemetery," all that remained of "one of the noblest men that ever lived in the tide of time," John Jay Good, the beloved citizen, the esteemed official and the pure and upright eentlenitin. Tbe funeral hour had lieeu set lor 3 o'clock, but the middeu and unex nectf.d bad weather of the iiioriiinii mm- rested a nostuonement until to day. Hut llie sun appearing about midilay, it was aeiernuneu t...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 September 1882

1 TIM HALhJiH WKKKLY ItUttAUU 'Hi VUHHA V hVA'VV.MWYAl 2H, M2. w JAY (JOliJiD Ami Ilic Aiieliilcd ITi-m Tim rlflort IllsOn-iiliitf it (iiiilrollliitf In tercut In 'I'lint. Corpora lion Would Hare Oil lliMJoiiernl tMNmmof (ho Morcniililo IVorlil The I'owor Ho Would Huvo to Control Tlio Wliolo Newspaper Finlcniily Wlmt ilio Sun Says About II. The Effort Ho Hns Made to Get a Con trolling Interest. The Wnv Jot Gould Looks nt Ihe Mutter, Etc. Other Matters of General Interest. Gould and the Associated Press Kbw YonK, September 23. The Times this morning copies on Us editorial page the editorial from the Herald in reference to the associated press. In an editorial of its own on the same subject the Times writes as follows: We republish from the Herald of to-day a forcible and exhaustive statement of the present relations of Jay uouia to tueusso' minted ureas. The warning therein con veyed concerns the public even more thnn than it does the metropolitan newspapers, at least the solvent new...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 September 1882

t 4 7 THU DALI.AH WKICKLY HKHAL1) Tin.HH.1AY. SKI'TKMUKll a-Mfl'-a FINANCIAL AND COTTON riMAHUIAL, Tuinrlvate tmiiklna capital the 1'iiltcd leasing much more r.l.llr ' " "e"'.l banking capital, Hil. no doubt, may be refer li h. fa c ; that the ntla) debt on wh h the national hank, base their clrcuia 01 . . c lu soiapldly paid ai U make thy required amount of bond, dlilicull of pusses. 1 a mi etuept at -" whkh. . rob " cm of ' their mow desirable feature. Thi Inevitable end, loo, of the national banking Astern or in em re remo.lell.iK, which si K with the extinguishment of the inlercs -bTarlug debt, may be allowed U Influence cap .,?....lft-.:.; .ni thi) fruition of the fruits if a good name until they have exl.ted as many .,nnnl hanks have yet lease of Ufe.-St Louis Republican. Lwv Philadelphia Record says: Since the ... mint in IhU city haa been author. ted to redeem mutilated silver coin about I.OUO,. Ot) ounces 01 , , 1 ir 1 e r ISimS. have "observed ""that the largest aioui pres...

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. — 5 October 1882

T WEEKLY .jQ.nh.ii.--- THE DALLAS HEBALD, DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY WMHBEIt fi , 1882.-V0J, XXXlf. NO. I t. ftftAO SANGEE BKOTHEKS. 1882. Fall and 8MOIAL SEASONABLE NOVELTIES ! r A. F In Every Department. Monday iid ; Tuesday, October 9th and lOtb. We respectfully invite our friends and the public generally to visit us on these days, as suring them that In the matter of handsome decorations and the exhibition of Stylish and Beautiful goods we shall eclipse anything out side of New York. WE H4VE JUST PUT IN THE , Electric Light ! Throughout the House. BRILLIANT H&IT DISPLAYS May, Therefore, Be Expected. Our object is to show our Goods, and whether DAY or NIGHT we shall have an ABUNDANCEJF LIGHT! UKemember the Date, Monday and Tuesday, October 9th and 10th. SANGEK BKOTHEKS. 0 I T I G Special Bargains GOLDSMITH BEOS. 714 ELM and 713 MAIN STREET. Having Just Received Imported' Dress Goods, Silks. With other Trlmming-l to matoh. we will offer for UUUUI V l"u lUilu II ...ft A Handsome B...

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. — 5 October 1882

m hum m.xnw r 4tiBLiSHEDiVERY THURSDAY , M lt'.tnil'TI Tr.MMH, 'fttllMisl in Any A'Uress by Mull l'.ilpl'': u. li " N jrmr. , m J.nrv m-iitniw.... mptclmeti copln neiit ftco on spi'llcslliin , BUBHCBIPTIOMS TO JJAIMT, DdUterod Dally to Any AiMre ",cllJr ,'lm' lit. or Pont liT Mull: . Oiisyosr Ms mouth 1,1 . lb roe months OnemouUi 1 Y1:i'..'lltviiVn snl.trnliori Henri word to hive the JdrCi. of tln-lr i.RperchanKe.l JSi iTioau be sure sud luako uieuiiou of 'TurenerKeUc-KCnt. trulcd tor tha W. it it every poitofflc). U whom a liberal com Ramlt by itoffice money order,. reKi'tered OtKr tW UUUOUOaCU uimi. A Jdrcis all commuulcattoiii to IIIinAD, DALLAS. TEXAS. Bueakino up the star-route ring, o the records show, is now saving $2,000,000 un Busily to the government. s m PunADiLPHiA-is making the graiuleBt effort to ensure a brilliant success to her hi.renteiinial celebration, which occurs soon. J Tnu Roston Herald is well up in the poli tics of the country. It says 'Troctob Know wants to...

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. — 5 October 1882

mm iivkiu'iALs. TIib rdMUKCf'CoiK'h ot llatclifllcf A HorW i lrmn WMckml on tlin Missouri J'"lll(i-MnTnl Kmilojfc Injured. Tlifl iltlzeim of VhIkIii nml Hio J'ree School ((HCHtloii-Tlie Saperln toiitlcnt' Decision. 'Fort Worth Malty I'lnjlni? With ft llottlo of Carbolic At Id, Is Terribly Hunted. Senator Colto Makes a Powerful Speech ' nt Gilmer. Movements of the Great Staple nt Many Points. .And Other ' Interesting Specials. Fort Worth., Special to the Ueralil. Fobt Worth, September 30. Two broth named Teague Bred twice at a man named Iletcnlf, near Mansfield,1 at a gln-kouso, who returned the fire, when the brothers fled. ' The trouble grew out of a complaint that Mr. Metcalfhad made against them for assaulting another man. No arrests A child of I!ud Daggett, of this city, got hold of a bottlo of carbolic acid, and swal lowed a quantity, and is in a critical condi tion. - viv licenses were issued this week, and fnrr.v-lhrns trntowfora Sixty bales of cotton, 3,6or bushaU of county ...

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. — 5 October 1882

7 V Til 11 IMM.AM WKfCKfjV II Mil A ' .VlfMffM A U("i)M rt, IM02, WKIiAM.AHttn.KI,Y l!F.n,Mi (id o! iimmM pouitd ( t"l", tf lliDt we'll through th T'dilM foU onif d.ulitg lait month, thelUMi.n furnished of 20,WX pounds, an nverns "f ntn t m pounds I lsy. our piffi ttuit through, th pnst-olTW, 8 vlv"t m,"1,""' gl by ettpreM U) all dirocrtoni to our uli. MriborA, figuring In nil. bnut nn ngft-rcKato ofmu lOO j'rmf.aitt day, Including the city circulation. Our rer postage nlone for L1b month. Mild Monday ,-iipuntod to $102.03. Hd our express roplos and olty circulation been transmitted through the office, the postage would have been In ex- ocu of f'WO for the thirty days. . - Tub suspicion that the czar was secretly crowned while at Moscow the other day, is said to have set the Russian Nihilists rav - ing mad. On such grand occasions they propose to take steps to lend additional aoleuiultyaud sensational or dramatic effect to the hour. We have received the October number of " the Prair...

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. — 5 October 1882

I 1 TIIM DAU.A WltMCI.Y UYMA1.lt, T HI hit V lUiillM'-lttii MM, NKWH I.VTlX'IAfA ft I Mm Scnr Nun Am""I". Mnyt 1 UK Willi Uniflicr In ' 'N Mcll-Oi'fi'nMf, A Strro Alti Kill a Ilrollmr Smic Pmihlflii lu Hi" VlrliiHy of lloiH-f Untf. The HlgK-r Court Coiivcnlwr nl Ty- l(ir-A'ewsy MUcnUaiiy From tlie Cnpllal. A tfmi-l'nue firocs off at Houston, Willi l'nuv.1 Ilcnulls. A Peripatetic Female Takes in UaU vcntofjl And Other Interesting- Specials. Fort Worth, Special to the Ilorald. Irt Worth, October 2. One thousand 1 bales of cotton were shipped from hero to day direct to Liverpool over the Santa Fe railway. The square was full of teams and country people to day, but dry goods and auction eers were the most prominent. To-day was stray day sale- But four estrays were sold. There art upon an average 1,000 arrivals here daily. Hotels are overcrowded. A child accidontly sbot itself this -s by ntHklnir a .-" on tne pavement, a piece of the cartridge taking effect just be , low the right eye, w...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 5 October 1882

TIIKIMMiAMWKKKfiY JIKUAM), 'I IIUI.N A OVWUVAU 6, 10a MISCEUiANKA. Ixtrirt from (r-rnnr lliiiiliard'. Hofjtirnt Ailtlrfss at Hi. I.oiil In thn lulr-rrsls of Mmm fuMorles itll Oyer (ho Sunny Houtli lliiriiliijf ySonU of Wnrninir nnil of l'ro jilictlc linpoil. Tho Thousnnd-nuil-oiio Crcvnuiips Into Whlt-h Theatrical Mnnager'B Money Vunlslies. " T" - . . that Itcncoimtcr ih wcpii tlio Ktlltors , of Van Zandt -What Mr. Ui ' ley Says. - - That Wary Yet Voracious Fish The Dear Public. . A Painty Fly, Indeed, Must j to latch. It ho An Amusing', Kdifylnif Pot-l'oiirrl. 1 Ilubbnrd on Southern Manufactures. But lollow citizens, what is the duty of St. Louis, and of Texas in the premises? You handled nearly a hull million bales of cotton last year 200,000 from my state. Arkansas sends you more than Texas does: Tennessee sonds her quota, and the old states to the southward along the line of your great river Bend their. How wilt you hedgo against nil the possibilities of the future? Will you be ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 5 October 1882

Til 15 DA Mi AM WUKKtjY KIMAK 'VlMUHitA V (MOIKI Iflsy, 1,088 OK THE I.KB. That Mnviil'lcrtiit flofltlnif VaUrn tlin MMlppl ISurn to tlm W'nfrr'n Miffl Jionr Vlelt bnrifi Mississippi. The ('ninnlroplie In Attnndcd hj AipnUI9 Los f Life and tilckpnln SceHCi. Tho Noble Pilot, Like Jim HIiidop, "Holds Ifor Xozlo Agin' the Hunk" and Faces a Frightful Death That Many May Live-Ho Is Spared to Hecclve the Blessings of the Civilized World. Other Notable Events of Yesterday. Another River Horror. THE BOB r.EK MENS. New Orleans, September 30. The Pic ayune's Vicksburg special says: This morning at 3 o'clock, a fire broke out on the steamer R. E. Lee, while on her trio to this city, about thirty miles below here, resulting in the total desttuctlon of the boat with a terrible loss ot life. ' The following is a list of the persons known to be lost: Cabin pussengerg Mr. Painter, of Marysvillej Mrs. McClellon, of New Orleans; Miss Adams, a music teacu er, on her way to Baton Rouge; also an in fant...

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