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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 15 March 1883

T f Till. ' -AM.AH VKKi.i' UKUAUh Till7I.MA V MWJII IB 100:1 I. V I MIMliLL.NV Th lleiririrhtaiila AcfileveinsnH of l'r- feawtr frairrtett It In prnWilu t tint. I'roftrtior Fawralt will Hth In Malory nit llin lilrnl lillml mini. The xiinmolnii ill lilliiiliifl-ii In all (ivnr lilniml In "very mmill''t movement coiilrHtlnj! ut very moment wit'i tlio tokoiis of Ills tri- umph over It. Km tisli.tunl louil volrn In oonverinlioii Hint (ifonn wliocimtiot meas- ure tli (i distniici'i of those to whom lio ia speaklnit; liis unaltered look as one up-'proai-hes until till hand is touched or lie in spoken to sncl the suddenness of his smile then; bin intent air as of one concentrating all other means of per- ceptioH to muke up for the absence of slht and more than all perhaps the absence ot all these stnalloonventionnlities or tricka of manner which people unconsciously copy from one another; these have more aod . nio-e become the visiblo characteristics of Professor Fawcett as his real and in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 15 March 1883

r TIIAUiaSK Aill-4hle llrmartia of eaiiitlnr V In rir l Hiiim-mimi nine lh ftfnfe I Writ Hearty "lliimiirie" Plila if llm iialliin-A in- lug quantity In State I'nlltlt. " TlUfullonllWillii" " ' '" l'McU d)!ivrd In the senate chamber of tlil tlr recently by Hsmitnr V. H. Pope Jdsrshsll in advocacy ol the Joint remlti- tlon ratifying Hie penitentiary lease: Mr. l'ronliluiit: I hlnva that hvltv senator here will uc- . oonl ma tbe credit of having pursued a con- servative course tinne 1 have been a meiii- ; uer of thin body. J Imve not taken an ex- treme view upon uny question that tins ' come up lor legislative action. Itluukthal trie position I occupy nn tlio qtiestiou now beiore us lor coiisiiliruiion is a coniervutive one and it the views mat I entertain are adopttd that in the end they will prove to '' be to the best interests of Texas. Ihis question ol penitentiary management ib r i one of great importance to Texas and all mutt agree mat it Is uu extremely " dillicult one with ' w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 15 March 1883

I Waalilngtan rewe Nolsa AN'ITimn INVKHTMATION. WjhiiiniitpN Jfnrcb 10. Charges have been filed by a person whose name In with- held against Supervising Architect Mill and the secretary of tlio treasury is cow considering the best method or investigat- ing them. The charges were filed about ten days ago while Secretary l-'olger was confined to his bouse. They are prepared In formal style with specifications and a list of witnesses who are said to be able to substantiate them. Secretary Folger de- clines to make public the particular nature oi the charges but it Is understood they allege general mismanagement corrup- tion and nialieasance in connection with tbe work on public buildingB.- representa- tive Murch of Maine is said to be the person who makes the charges. TUB PKK8IDKNT will make a short visit to Fort Monroe next week. He is feeling indisposed and takes tbe trip for the benefit of bis health. He bas not vet decided whether he will take a trip to Florida. A If IHIQUITY. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 15 March 1883

AUSTIN ; LKTTEU. Tha Itormn.a for Whlah the lVnllrillijr I ...... .r. s Mraimoualjr Htnilli.- Wby Hl.ould Wot This ITolll Arerii lo Ilia ui.i.T-llmnaultarlau a"l Oilier Olista- dnTliit Hhould Have Vreveiitacl lUtlM- cMlnu. No. 85.1 A'btin. March O.-rdpec'ai: Correspond- ence.l-I wrote you a couple of days "ince giving In brief the arguments pro nnil con for the penitentiary lease arid I staled tlmt 1 honed it would not be ratltled by the leg islature. I verily believe that the slalo m in a condition to resume and that it will be infinitely to liar interest to resume. 1 verily believe also that the lessees will inxke under the lease from $1000000 to $2. OW.lWiJ dear prolit wiihm the next ten years; and if they cuu do ttiis. why not the state? Let us look at some figures which were submitted the other day by Senator Traylor. and each item was put Uown in accordance with Superintendent Ooree s report for the years 1SS0 and 18S2: BXPEKSIS Of OSB CO.VU'T. 15 yrrts woolen goods a; 3U ceni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

THE DALE&S WEEKLY DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 22 18S3.-V0LUM .VAX. KU3IBEU 17. Hi 1 lH STYLES I SPRING Mil SANG-EB Exolte. the Admiration of Those In all onr large and varied stock no two patterns aro alike dally. We have an immense line to mnko seleotlou from For Men Youths 4 IN BUSINESS SUITS We nuve a Line to 10.00 to 20.0. IN DRESS SUITS 15.00 10.50 17.00 18.00 80.00 88.0085.00 7.00 and 830.00 '- tki vfiiiTHH' biiits. a 00. 0 50. 7.00. 9.00. 10.00 19.50 15.00 1800 and 820.00. IN BOYS' SUITS 8.50 8.00 3 00 4.50 "N'caiXDBEN'g SUITS 3.00 400 5.00' 5.50 0.00 7.008.000.0010 0011.00 18.00 and Upward. . ' IN KNEE PANTS 8.50 3.50 4.00 4.50 O.OO 0.00 7.00. 8.00 8.50 and 81000. i-w KTLT SUITS. 1.50. 8 75. 4.00. 4 60. 5.00 0.00 6.60 8.00 0.00 and 810.00. COMPLETE SEW LINE OF SHXKT WAISTS at 35e 40o 00c 75c 80c 81.10 t 1.30 and 81.50. GENTLEMEN'S SPRING .... - a jH.tH .vnAt nnVa A MOT COMPLETE LINE dp'STAPLE AND 8 HEW A ft 11 UJSBiKAiJLn. In White and OUR LINE IS ENORMOUS. ' ' IN UNDERW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

AUSTIN LKTTKll. Th enllenllary l.aa Mb II"' Plintl Will Not liiwiil'.pl l Home r.inreailona nf Approval From It aml- Frlvat Entire omcllaaOnUIlaMiit HI 4ii(l Hi TM of Herutliir Kto. So. 'M. Aull Murcli 16. Special Correspond- ence. I notice In the Galveston News ol Ibl morning a spttiul from Dallas contain- ing intorviewa an-l ripresslens ol opinion on the penitentiary lease business with uwernl of the leading citizens ol our city and I am gratified to see the very general condemnation of the sen- ate a uct of continuation lint I re- gret exceedingly the position of Judge George N. Aldridge. who certainly when he spoUe was no' in possession of ho facts and did not give the subject due con- sideration. I suspect too he was induced to It hy his great veneration for the estima- ble men constituting the penitentiary board. But he is frightfully astruy where he says . " The cry against It was a huge bugaboo. The people opposing the lease did not stop to think but caught up the cry agains...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

1 f imM. AT WAHIIliVGTON IngorMoll Concliiilrn III Artriitiioiit nail llrnily Kesiimoii III Tenlliitonr. Ills liulnnrk or FftlNolioo.. Kreocliod In Manjr l'lacea but Ho Unblushing!" Claims to bo Innocent and 1'ure as au Infant. TUo President Makes Several Appoint mcnts to Fill Vacancies Caused by Suspension of Prominent Oill- clals on Yilo Charges. Ex-Archltect Mullett Wenls a Biff Back Salary Grab. Other Interesting? Items by Telegraph. Washington Mews Motes. MISCELLANY. Wasihngton D. C March 20. Secre- tary Folger's deutination is Portress Mon- roe where he will remain several days lor rest and recuperation. When the secre- tary left he was really a very sick man suf- fering not only from his old malarial dis- order but from a serious stomach trouble as well. The president will remain here to enter- tain ex-President Diaz and will probably join Secretary Folger at Fortress Monroe the latter part of the week from which point they will no doubt proceed to Florida. . The Hon. John O....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

If . 1 ... r JIB1AI.U:4 WEEKLY IIKIlAl.ti tr.it t or i MMir-rii UAll.T. I 'kiff IV I I 'i wi ft M In ii i Mi iitiiliih . Ull tn'iM'ln.. Olio year. WK.KKl.V. Wk1y. rniaeoiiy. U" iii'i'ill" fiiiiiri ! 1 (HI i M iml WWS!!h orf. or cbec. XMonjo paper .ml l-Milm winlilnn ppor changed must give hotri old and new poslomnes. The -old on all train! at Be. nor coiiy The following parttoi arc authorised to locelit iutmcrlptloit! anl rorolpt for saino: Hear A rfaay McKlnney. (Win Blrplem iherman. M. H. Davli Forth Woilli. (i. A. Head Cleburne. Lackland & Co.. Waxaiiaohie. 1. G. H. McUIll Marshall. j. M. Mxon Knnis. lierter Smith Palestine. SnrbiT & Taylor Weatherford. Hy. McKarland. Corslcana. A. . Hunt Tyler. I. P. Jeffrey!. Halmor. N. J. Doiy Ferris. Paul Henry Lancaster. Jamca Ditto. Arlington. J. H. LoiiEuilre. Fanners Branch. J. M. Mvers CarroUton. J. K. Burton Denton. J. H. Stewart cedar Hill. A. 8 Clark Hutchins. London & ttumer Gainesville. B. M. Godfrey. Wbiussboro. O. U. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

a JTT .( " '" l.h.efiit (lft"fi Mitts' WfifS I'fMM lllllll Sf''HtlWl 11 Mr. Chrljf Frnm lii1fils nf Hsy lor tiiilrsfslty ami olUni n( liiil( icii'lim ask In if a iiriiliibHInn ainMi'linenf. Jiy Mr. Fowluf Cfoiu ullisens of Tsssv on Um mitun subliml. Mr 1'fmillHr from the Aminos commit- toe reported uiifuvnralily tlm resolution rsiiiosuiiK tho coin initios to liitilro Into the sullloisnojr of ths buml of tlia slnts treasurer. Unfavorably Thtt bill to nay the oliilra of llrowiisvllle and other clutina lor quuruu- tine expenses. Unlnvorably The bill to pay the claim 'or W. M. Wilson for work on (lie Kant Texas penitentiary. Mr. I'iiton iroui the oommittoe on slate flairs reported back the house hill to pension veterans with several amend- ments. Mr. Terrell Introduced a resolution revok- ing the penitentiary leases if the bouse does not adopt the senate amendment before the adjournment of the legislature. Mr. Davis called up tne bill amending the law condemning property for opening wid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

Till! BUSINKSS WOULD. E-lfMMMl. TiKfspllal of (In bank l tlfVmMiO; Hi rlronUilon in lit hands of Ilia public abt.at 4.n ikhi.iiik; llsrii'pnalft on no puriloii )( which ! Interest paid average In 1 1'"' days about i.U.uuo.Mio. Willi it I'lmtninxrt it two kinds (f encmint deposit niiiI discount. 1 was told that in order to gel k discount nt this bank it win absolutely nccrnnnrr 10 have deposit account but It can hardly lie possible tlmt a banking Insti- tution with such an enormous working oapllul amounting to nearly $LUU0JU.JU la ever ouugeu to uuy paper in mo with market in order to keep up loans. The bank dltcotiuts no bill having over three months to run: the smallest city bill which it discounts is 100; smallest country bill 20. It circulates no smaller note than 5 hut ibis seems to be the only limit to ue nominations; in a frame in the bu"dlng is canceled note of the Hank of England to- il ilo0.000.0u0. and. if 1 remember rightly the banker poet Rogers had banging in his librar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

r Till. DALLAM WJCfCKfjY II Mil AM) Tit V HHP AY MAU( fit 22 1883 NKW HY MKCIAIiS. Klgliteeiith l.ellliir Aumim March 17-fHpln1.1-Mr. Tcf rell from the Jtitllcmr coimiiiiire n". reported lavorahly Hi v bill tonmboundfl Una til 4.a linilfltV. Mr Davis from the committee oa etltica- tloD reported luvorahly the diji to " (be Bcbool law to us to permit ohilrtren Itvina ncnr county Hum to beenrolled in tbe public schools of tbe adjoining county. Favorably-The bill to authorize the ap- pointment of achool trustees in tuedlllerent counties. . . Mr. Davis Introduced a bill authori-lnK the brinKingof auit anainst tbe oillcera ot the executive department. The bill fixinK the boundnrles of Lee couuty was called np and passed. Tbe bill authorizing J. b. Crosby to con- struct a. boom across tne Brazos was eu- rossed. - Mr. Jones called up the bill to authorize county commissioners to. isBue bonds for tbe tree ton of court-houses and jails. Passed. Mr. Cooper called up the bill to provide for pat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 22 March 1883

LAIlOUJiOKK. Tha Praam of tit Worhlnginn Th Ilrlghlsof I tiipl a Utllt Kaarar Mml- rata nil Wla A.liMtlon Arroiiiillli What MoBIieIo toulil Ner A thilii-TIi ICIgliUof Ilia KiliiiBtfirt ami Knlitflitrij Tnllsr of To-1 lay The KiiIkIiih of Labor In tlnKl'iilte"! States In the somewhat fmitailic title of the American internationals.' It lias recently formulated Its aspirations in the shape of a doruand that a national law should be passed rolbitlHB immblinK by speculation in the neceaiurie of life particularly In breadstuff and that a national eight-hour law should be applied to all workmen not lu overnruent employ. The demand for a ' Statutory limitation of tho duration of tho working day to the period named in what Mr. Carlyle was wont to call " the British workman's I'ispah sons" is the vision of laborers who unlike their brothers in Eng- land have not yet won ior themselves the Bine-hours' day. It is interesting to note thut this aspiration of the Knights of Labor is expressed with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

t THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD FREF TO ALL THE and quotations of IK1CK8. SAKG-EK BKOTHEES For this Week we Announce the Following Bargains : - A lot of Colored Embroldored Roboi contain- ing lufflcient material and embroidery for com- pleto costume at $6.60. A special line of Embroideries running; in width from X inch to 3 inchea at Sc. 8iO. 10c. 13Mc 180. 20o. 260. and upwards all worth more. A lino of White Skirts edged with deep Dam- burg Embroidery at 650 : well worth 85o. Ladies' Silk Hose in solid blick navy blue browu and other colors at 1.7S and a lot of Car- dinal at 81.10 por yard. The silk atone is worth more. Ladles' Fancy Striped Hose. In various styles full regular made worth all of 50c. at nly 35c A special combination lot of Fansy Neckwear comprising Fichus Collars Collarettes etc. trimmed in attractive styles with Florentine Maltese Venetian Brabant and other fancy la- ces.atODly 85c. 40. 60c. and upwards. Boys' Plaited Shirt-Waists unlaunaried. at COc.; sold elsewhere ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

f TIM! OA ttltAH U'I'KIUV llfglf AMTIIflfMllAVt M1IMJH JMr fi!AaM;KKLyiiKi:iiJ 0. a lnnliisltir in "uiimi" "" """l' r. l'i .'ri.M.Til.!o siii'i'inl "' I"!""1 Ini .rol.l.illlHM are tlmi lliyW ......it.... amnhLli t AllMllI mi i pf H .n.. B.nliiii'nli(.iillilnlii worthy cf lsf lei inentWiti. - In view of Hi" If'"1' trouble lUa lrml 1 ! .n ataman! 1 loOllllllK UP llltO UI1 uvtl prominence. In fact the tinted btatM ore rnfiiilly liecomltitf the New Iro- i.n An lrUh-Antertcait nationul con- ..ntinn ifi to be held on the 20th of April in rUiladclphis . Tub attempt to iual:e volitical capital out of the Iukk3 airair in 1'enusyivania ii met by the fact that in tno legislature of that .(of V.nlh nartien were unanimously op posed to allowinjt the murderous villain the seat to which the too uuerai elected him. m . Tu Chinese government alarmed at the hold that the Americans are getting on that country and probably nettled by the spirit of anti-Chinese legislation here arc ...rmuMw contemplatin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

T TIMS U t.AH WlW.Ki.Y UKUAUK'tlWtlHUAY MAUMt W l8;j Y- Idanl I'arfncr a. KiSArirvo UAIjIjAM - - TUXAM. Wh losalo Agricultural Implements GIN.S AND MlUi MACHINERY. BTATK AGENT FOR Flint and Bradley Manufacturing Co Plows Cultivators and Bulky Rakes. Engines Boilers and Saw Mills. ft THE BUSINESS WORLD. rrSANCIAL. Th Louisville Courier-Journal says a perfect counterfeit stiver dollar is annoying the business men of that city. Nobody knows whence it lias come. It is the best counterleit that has yet appeared and it requires an expert to detect it. The weight Size and color are the same as those of the genuine and when dropped on hard wood it has the same ring. There is only one way to detect the dill'erence. The ear on the Goddess oi Liberty is larger on the counterfeit than on the genuine. By rub- bing one's hand over the face of the woman the big ear can be readily felt. This new counterfeit has come across the continent. They first ruude their appearance in Ban Francisco. They weig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

'I I IK II A MM N WKVMttV UVMA Uh TIIIflMfM V MAUVt I UBX 111 1 blM JVKKKfiV IIF.ItAUl croi M itM.Kirr mam. n fd l"i oswiffl rt . i ') ! watt TKHM1 Of i;M(MJHTIf I DAILY. i . . I Copy Do ... l." ..i 3 M ... o ... 19 00 ... ROo Oh' ln'iml! . I irix months h i months... One ycr VVKKKLY. weekly line copy three months. oico!r mouths l.(iO 150 ul'.wM'n.urit.d to flftv-alz column. Bent hr fliilL ponei; prepaid. . Remit by poV-'flro money order or chock Mk.titofiluUS label oa your paper and "fillihln? paper changed must give Llrr.t5e. rercopy. The fallowing parlies ere authorised lo receive subbcr.puoni aim n'H " v. Petty A Hear McKinney. (Jaslue blrplees Sherman. M It. Davis Fonh Viorta. ('.A. Rd. Cleburne. Lackland 4 Co.. Waanechle. Ir 0. II. McOlU Marball. J M. Dixon Ennifi. lioxtor Hmith Palestine. Burber t Taylor Weatherford. Ily. MoFarland Corsleana. A. . Hunt Tyler. I P Jcin-oys Palmer. N. J. Doty Ferris. Paul Henry Lancaster .lame Ditto. Arlington. J. H. Lonemire Farmer! Branch J. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

THIS ItAl.hAHWKKKhY ItKUALU VilUHHI) v ma mm w tti siu f 111 -- MM 15V HI'MMLS. I Miflilesnllt lllnliii . SMUT. Annrm Manti l!l-'Hi(ilHl.-Mr. lf.tr. rl iiMiiiii)'il n mciiiiirlHl from II. 0 Denny asliinti my lur trunioniHK prison rl t'i tin" peiituwlary. Jilr 1'iiltmi Irnm tlm oointi I' tee on lU ffulia r in mi uiJuvornbty lo many lliu civil JlwliiilllMof WHIIeU. il'irpi-r nam the nt'llitou of ilm giiuuiittleH a iiaiiiiriil la lliould he ihn'I covering tbe subject. Favomtili Atitlipiltilne; ilie uc.rry ol Stale to lurnlsb clerk of U n Kftl Mtuir court h wllli coie ol ilia supreme cmiri re- ports. Favorably - A utbonzinK ohiub and tow m In certain casee to surrender their cbariom. Favorably To reiiuid t llie eouiniiv alonerot tbe lni.d olllie the amount of Inn bo lid in the Mercei colony cuee should lie be compelled to pay the auiue. ' Mr. Davie from thi coiuuiittee on conn- lea and county boundaries reported unla- vorably to cbango tbe boundarj of Ilook- wall county. Mr Cooper calle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

THH DJVMjAH VVKKKIiVllKflALI) TIIUIJHIUY MAIWH 2f 1013 DO(illKI) DOilSHV. M.r-K.iito Trial-1'"" C'oiitluiioM 111m I.aMtrl'KxliiiintIoiifitniil lnlal Of Rpfnlcll'n StiitciiU'liU -A Illtf Italch of Mm Out Somen lierr. More KturKbiite rrewntuieitU luriieil by the Gruml-Jury. 1U Ex-Setiiitor Ki-Il('S Is Ainoinr tfte In flictcd Hrady Also. The Usual Wranglo Ovpr Payers Which an Occiwlonal in Faint Flash of Weakly Wit Fpcbly Flickers. Imnortnut Killings by the Court. Stiir-Koute Trial. Washington March 27. lugcrsoll con tinued bis examination of Dorsey iu the star-route cise. He was asked if ho knew whether he bad drawn any check lor $7000 upon Middleton & Co. in June 1379 as described by Reerdell. He said he lnul not drawn a check for that amount but did draw a check for $7500 June 27th or 23th; it was given to Iteerdell. The check was shown and identified. Witness did not draw money on the check. The court did nut believe thin check was referred to by Jleerdell. Ingersoll argued it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

WI'KOIALS. "MTU AMTi.iMrrfi2l-Hfl'lrtl.l-Mf.lr.u(TT Iwm tlicniitnltlrVin (1 .fej.ortad ow" tliH liriina gnniriil nppfof.riitlfiM bill with th rn(ifiifiitiiiltmn llmt It l consldera d In commlice of llm iho1- Mr T'aylor.from the committee on claim reportsd faroralily to py tha claims of tin sheriff of Cameron county for extraditing ft. A. niandford and for convoying pris- oners to Hit penitentiary. Mr. Matlock from the committee on pub- lic lunds reported favorably the bill create ing a land district of Wliceler Oldham and ' Donley counties. A message was received from the gov- ernor returning the bill to provide for tronnferiiiK certain oases from the Austin to the Galveston branch of the supreme court and callln attention to certain errors therein. It was referred to judiciary com- mittee No. 1 for correction. - The bill amending the act Incorporating the city of Dallas was taken up and the house amendment concurred In. The joint resolution amending the consti- tution relative to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 29 March 1883

r lM'lNITKXTIAIl' LKAHK. .ImiM f Harris Ootiely lriislf Papons Ih flans nf Hie Panllatillar l. lllll-ll I'llMOMitl'pon I'ollnn ' taa-l In Atinpart of HI I'anllluti al In a MuUrlf Myl Artvaiiea Afjitmnl Beamingly t'liaiisweralile Mn.l'RKHiiiKiir: 1 Biiroach llm iliwMisWn of the subject matter covered by the rso- latluii with feelliiKs of ureal eiubiirrins. merit. I hare not bvun frita fniiu doubts and perplexity since I llrat beati to con- sider tbe matter with serious thouirlit and attention. That tbe leases were made on a basis dif- ferent from whut was proposed In the ad. ' vertisement by tbe penitentiary board all will admit. Trior to tbe advertisements for proposals to lease the two penitentiaries tbe board bad after due notice made con- tracts with various parties for five years to take nine hundred convicts to bo employed ' on what is called out-door work cotton and sugar farms. Tbe total cumber of con- victs in tbe state at this time was something over twenty-two huudrad. Her...

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