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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 19 April 1883

r DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, A MIL VJ, 188:; -VOLUME XXX, A'TOER 21. PHB . 7. i i ' - - - - THIS WEKK rosr'n the beginning of a season of festivities such aa Dallas hat nover bofore seen. First among the many organizations that have selectel our city as tho laoale for their YEARLY UATHKRIKG la The Knights of Pythias Grand Lodge To the visitors and representees of this STERLING ORDER we extend s most cordial invi tation to visit our establishment. Wo aro proud U say that we can show you through an estab lishment whose equal can not be found In Texas. TO OLE We will simply say that our very large preparations for these Immense visitors gives you advan tages that are positively UNEQUALLED ANYWHERK. Our Clothing IS STOCKED TO Th. am rtiperb. and the Driccs were Our line of Men's Light Weight Casslmere Sack Buits range In price from 3 to $20. The Above embrace all tho fashionable Shades and Patterns. A full line of Flannel Suits in all Colors. A full line of Lady's Sui...

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. — 19 April 1883

T.IK DAf.fMWKKKLY IlH!tAM)III(TnH)AY, A WW 1(1,104.1. A. KM ' ism. i,i i'r CALLA3, IEXAS, Agricultural mii i MACHINERY. STATE Wholesale GINS AND g untied Brnlloy Hsu UfAfjorinR CO-, r-JJ llnviTTiiW valors," l"'1 Sulky KU. Z. ). lnn VVi.rkjL trie iij i i Knshios. Boilers, and! ; ,w Willi, THE BUSINESS TOLD COMMI.KC1AL. U ,i.;.a. April IS. Cotton la undoubtedly tl c i'- this section, ami must remain so i'.i -i;ue liuieto coma, bui the abundant e-aiu r.-i produced last season must dem tii.trme tue fact that fUe cereulsof oats, heardod wheat and corn are a surer cron than cotton. They are the dependencies in case ot failure in the revenues paid the fleecy monarch, and the Hikald would mi prensitJ reaie-a with the idea of planters supplementing their main hope by o he null reliances as the climate and soil admit of South Carolina niid..Mi3iHsiiini uw: have advanced their prosperity jy tue rats irc ol tliese crops and live slock necessary to prevent the outlay of money that will go out ol...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 19 April 1883

f. IIKKKAXbTIIKItK. lllwlYl rrpparlnff fur Against Niippf K Arclil tccit Jill Thn 4'Mlmile Trial I ('imtlhiinx 1o l,intrlli Alonif. A Too Hasty II iiitlmml Takes His Wire for ft Unrfflar fliid Slays Her. The South Carolina Election Cases Postponed. Other Matters . of Tubllo Interest, Washington Items, Washington, D. 0., April 17. The ses sion of the committee to investigate the charges against Supervision Architect Hill, ot the treasury departmeut, will be held with open doors. Newspaper men and other interested parties are invited to at tend. The charges will bo read to-morrow, and the investigation proper begin Monday. Considering the unfavorable circum stances, close, dark, illy-ventilated rooms, and the unusually long, tedious proceed ings, the beginning of the filth month of the star route trial found the court, jury and counsel looking well and in remark ably good health. All of the defendants were present, rather an unusual occur- Wrn. A. Cook opened the proceedings with a st...

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. — 19 April 1883

TIIIC tfAMiAH WKfCIHAH, THtHIHIM V A .Miff, 1(1,1(1 fl, ii matter, JK Nt'lHtllli'TIUMi DAILY. .1 1 " . K M' . (4 . 111. Wi ,li Kv .tin... uo ear WKl'.ICI.Y. Wc My. one ropy, three mouth OiiPT.i""",h" 0 cony. .?:'; V.w'.IiV V-Awna Ml 1 .IH' 1 M) tlul!' Wcctiy tMliarKU'i i" ,i;j tir m!l, W'K pri-uum, order, or check n.....li Iit tiosln tire money rill VI onfflVth.plVrt Won jour paper ' ''WillcJ wUhln papers ehanKOd muBt give abscrlpUons and rocolpt for tame; i i.ih rflrrilccs, sherman. i )vl, F'irih Woitu. v Koid. Cleburae. i ,,;,-iui A ro.. Waxaiiai; hie. 1, II. McuiU, Marshall, i ' l)i i on. Ennls. In MiT hcnlth, Palestine. Surlier & Taylor, Weatherford. Hy, MoKarland, Coraicaua. A. V. Hunt, Tyler. I P. Jeffreys, Palmer. N. J. Duly, Ferris. Paul Honry, Lancaster, lumen Dimo. Arll'iuion. j EL Lomrmlro, Farmers Branch. J it. Mvers, i.anouiou. i. K. Burton, Denton. T H Stewart. ietar Hill. A. S.' Clark, Hutchlns. London 4 8tonor, Gainesville. a A. liodlrey, hiieittwro. V C. Porter....

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. — 19 April 1883

7 Austin, April II,- ,cdiil- Mr, fllbl cslleil tip Un 1111 t(. r ",r,llln l-trUorj o iiilla Willi tlienij ftirsvolo. Tim bill omiI 'ii jra, Ms ? jridtilfi-r mid l'l ton not voIIiir. f Hetiate wunt Into exeotillvo session autl oonllrmeil B)oliitinniUs sunt In yostrrlay. House dulliilenur bill fi laid betae tho senate and afttir lome debate whs referred to tbe lliuuca coinmlUee. House bill amending nume laws so as to prevent killing deer between' January 20th and August 1st passed and goea into elleot at once. Adjourned till three o'clock. AflKItNOON SESSION.. Mr. rfeullor, from tbe committee on finance, reported back house deficiency bill with committee amendments, and the sen ate went into committee of the whole to consider the same. Tne amendment appropriating $30 for the hire of a porter ut Galveston tor the court ol appeals aud to buy stationery for the court of appeals, was adopted. The umendmeiit to perfect the title to property for the Agricultural and Mechani cal college, $Su...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 19 April 1883

TUB DAUAS WEEKLY IIKRALD iroUTS, KM.IOTT IIAI-L, Malend at in pnstiimna al Dallas, m nstiotid rtaa rall mattMf , Til. lalrst bold tiiova In politics In this country l tln ii'temt't tlint m whir m"r to Introdurecivll service r l mi Into llif municipal KOver"",t,nl of Yor cily s Hon. Ciiabi.es 11. Chiton, speaker ol the house of representatives ol tlio lsili ln;ii turo, has iin admirable ami envlVole rermd as a lcfflslntor. He has iu tlio live tesnim ; of his service never mis-id a Mil call, never been absent from a comuiiiwe mcetiut,'. har his rnlings always sustained, and is one ol the clearest headed and mojt equable tun- pevcd members oi tue assemuiy. session added largely to his laurels as a par-liamenta-ian, a pressing otlicer.aud a gen erally efficient worker. Tns passage of the anti-dynamito bill by the British parliament, the other day, win about the rapidest piece of legislation on record. It was drawn up, Introduced into the house of commons, passed there and ry the house o...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 19 April 1883

7 ( TIMS MfifjAB-WHKKfiV H KIM IV, TlltHM A V. AVllU, 12,IHM. HrOWIl ' -'-in ibch HpcHr I'lowt, Hpcht I'lowt, Pnrn Mill! H-llln Clolh. Will Ub m!S "nd f! pZ . 'mud term. If wa have nr,iil1 profitw mil quirt "dca. .KEFS BY SPECIAL. AUSTIN. Summary of Eventa at the Capital. Allans, April 17. 8peclal.-John N. Johnson (colored), an attorney In this city, addresaed a communication to the attorney-general to-day, calling his attention to the. shooting and killing of Bam White (colored), a convict sentenced at the March term of the district oourt of Brazos county to five years in the penitentiary. The let ter alleges that he was Bent to the planta tion of H. K. White, in Burloson county, and soon after was ki'led by a guard, rhe attention of the attorney-general is called to the matter, and to the liability of ft fail ure on the purt of the county attorney to properly investigate the difficulty for the reason, it is alleged, thitso many convicts are killed and nothing done about It. The le...

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. — 19 April 1883

T A LINCOLN. 'V,mlnlaienre ol.lolinT. lUymnml of Ilia Orent I'realilent - t nnnertecl Admirer of lhi Pramis-ile Applauds "Tart's" Klrst Aiieriiie lu l.lglit Comedy-Ills Minipliuliy and firaiideiir. The InllowiiiK is an extract from an Inter low with John T. lt.iyiiioinl, which recently appenred in the WafchliiKlon Btnr: "By the way," said Mr. lUymoiul, "Mr. Lincoln would o'tcn cnme lwu incre at tilnht anil ait In the i1!t.:e. There' Ii I.t for yon, if you aunt it. Ho would come in. Bit there for an hour and chut, and very ofUn go through the stage entrance into his box, sit there quietly and unobserved, ace the jwrlorninnce and then ro hack borne. Ho always expressed himfelf aa delighted tt "ut away from business und take an hour of recreation at the theatre. The characteristics of the man were so noble, so simple and grand. Ho seemed to ei joy, when he came to the tbeatre, his freedom from business and cares of state. I remember." he ran on, 'one night we were playing Pocahontas, a...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 26 April 1883

THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD . 1 " 11 1 ' -' - - r - . . . " ' " DALLAS, TKXAS, THURSDAY, APIS I L JS. VOLUME AXX.'MIMIJEIi 21. l , : ; Ladies' luslin Underwear. Every season sees a marked Improvement In this stock. It not only increases n size bntWows in the make-up of its goods. -None but artists are employed to design our styleiTnd ss a result we have some very line conceptions. Our prices are as low as you can furniuh tbe material lor. See What' We Offer! CHEMISE. Muslin Chemise, plain band, 35o.; Good Muslin Chemise, trimmed in Hamburg Embroidery, tucked and ruined, 50o.; Bet ter quality and finer Embroidery, COc.: trimmed in fine quality of Hamburg, all round yoke, 75c; trimmed with Hamburg Edging, yoke of very line tucks, 85c. Muslin Gown, trimmed with embroidery and milling, 75c; trimmed in tine Ham burg embroidery and tucks, $1 ; live clus ters of tucks, with inserting! of Hamburg, $1.35; pointed tncked yoke, trimmed in Hamburg and cambric ruflle, $1.10 ; square yolse, tnree ro...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 26 April 1883

Tl!l.lAl.U.-iVi:KKLYllK!;ALl! I , .CI, KIXIOll ' HA IX. wiilvJ at the Prxtofnfle ll Palls. M 00l4 OUm stall matter. HUMAMITV OWeS BttH lU'TIBB dent of gratitude. He still bravely holds the fort lit M.eTeakBburyalmrMiouse Investigation. f r it nsil that tlie reason why 10 many liturs are going to Europe this season la became the crown jewels of France are to It ao'l J at auction very shortly. a Tut telrgraph 'nforms us that Govfaxoit Fomcb's father, of Ohio, has been stricken win, nuralvsis. The family is unfortuuate iu tUi -.articular. The givernor himself has been para'yzed ever fclure the Noveni Iti election in hi stnt In 'i'i. 8ieiu:e Yankee iu the east has invent ed a chair llmt can be adjusted to 800 differ- eut ionit! )r c. and now there are a score of politician ntingto secure one of these shilling plurorras, though they won't keep the legislator trying to explain about those poker checks in his pocket. Day by day shows renewed activity in the general and special preparations...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 26 April 1883

T TIIH I) ALLAH WEKKLY HKflAf T1HHHUAV, AVlltL 2H, 1 03. The iinnMsd IsAflorrsnt orthn building In which tint I IllS fourteenth biennial mcnir. f.st will be held, bflnn;i Monday. May llth, ami rii. tintilng live day. Tin bull-ling, which Is located at th ontheuit corner of JncknnJ arid Uinar streets, IsraiMly Hearing cnn, I 'Hum, J' In rpsc'nns. well veniiln'eil, ami will Ik lil about lO.UWl I'll-, an. I i thn Hum'. budding ever erec.nl hr the purpo-H In the nmtli. tipvi-liil pains are being taken to render theecousiio qualities of the building pertect. H will be handsomely deccnted, and flags of dillerent nations will adorn a number ot turrets, which will sat it oir to good advantage. The committee or arrange- rnents are laboring zealously, and in its untiring zeal and energy will be due in a great HS'pSSS'hVw i been sent out Saingerlest. Poster Ln!tYne dWIerent fZ .VrtngeZ mpwsrnuienuriuwjm F.rt. BTh'mfxeBd chorus 'existing of veTeigltf highly cudva7ed voices, is practicing uud.r ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 26 April 1883

TOR UALUS WEEKLY IIKUALD rVOt, UAAUtt m ..ALL., II th roatofflo t Dal'.aa, M Second TMiirttoonitiy dogs runniutf loon boat the streets ol the city. Can't the tire be cur-tailed and bow-ed with sau- ..tii: i. .... Knvo.l Ilia wife's ears lor JtH llliuwia " ' " " fat entinfr $2 m a lottery ticket. She went to her father's home, ana uer ucaei wuu terdrew $5,000 . lion Ikiiemoix is preparing for a Euro- thl. summer. IKxamincr, Ynu ...- leu; he is Rfttins old, and is Khukyobout kit belief; bo he is goiun to the torrid zone to accliiuat J hunsel'. ,i.-vT ri'.in from Ilio Jane- c ... t,.r h.ir !! caskets in thnt locality art covered wiin K ck, red, or violet mate rial, bordered wl ii t'M tinsel, giving mem the spplgatly air ul bouDon doxcs. . m.n nmvriM in Turkey he Is not .,i in .. Vila wife for twenty-five days. That must be a delightful way to apend the w,,ioi-..,nnn rHainesviUe.neiii9ier.j ii i his niotber-iu-law stays with his wife. , - 8i-ceLadyFi.ore.nce Dixie was preserv ed from as...

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. — 26 April 1883

7 0 i0 Tf!K MM JIM WJCKK.7V IIMfrAMJ1, T'ltHMfMr, TaPfir, IJJ. 1883. SUUE CURE rOH IJLAOK LEO. HfTTnei'i', Tal, Auiiia.,;lW Wnnr. Hnrlr Hros.l I ...... M, iiwixiik -i i.sva ant "WonnnHrtrf. XfUrlT" biwrarsl of my HmKimnri who iixtil ,1 Prr (lis sura ul ULAGK USO'' -"' 0 or two dons. Ihiuriisliir ami apiilylna; II fW r.o Iy C'tOW.H'H. W IMUVIN KEWS 3Y SPECIALS. QALVKITOS. Celel.ratlng San Jacinto Day In Urand HIJie-Other Jiitarastlng Hams. G alvksto", April 2t.-8peolal-The day opened unpropltious with ruin and hlRh wind. The former, however, ceased about 10 a. m. The blare of brass bands an nounced to the expectt multitude that the nulUut liremun were on the move. The department, as It moved throuRU the principal streets with its Rally decorated engines and apparatuses, presented a mat; niticent appearance and elicited expressions or admiration throoKhout the line cf its march, and was a lilting commemoration of the memorable battle that made Texas free and independent torty seyen ye...

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. — 26 April 1883

, KM IWO, t dnt PlitMfi O Wiiole3alo GINS Af D MILL MACHINERY f nnt and Brsilley Man utacturlBK to. I low. Cultivator nd Baiky Kukus. Eric City Iron Works. Inftne. Boilers, bw Mills, and ; COMMEIiCI AL. Dallas, April 24. During the past week the receipts of cotton iu this city have been fully m large aB anyone expected them to bifS. ' far above those ol any former year (larjn-accrrespouuiUK pcriuu. nu. ja mais. Snchanged without any probability of a riaterial advance. It is too late in the seas.i to look for a decline. It is now geu eraly conceded that there is little gram left in the hands ol farmers over and above ttrfir own requirement. In tuts city mete mly enougU arriving touieettue ueiuauu local consumption. Wheat is not bring ing as high figures as it did a few days ago, and tneie 18 nine competition hiiioijk j ers. corn anu oais are siiauy oi jnwm- tions. Bubiness on tbe exchange is iisjiii. ami until tile growing crops are marketed, tra'-'e must continue dull. There lias be...

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. — 26 April 1883

Till. DAIjIjAR WMKr.Y UUI1ALD, THVUHDA V, AVIMj itO, 1H03. w Farm m irnnr Kii.hnl. Hhi 1 i. .1. l'imipi, .... nrn Mill.. B bin. Clot. WW mill., eto. Bend for price, and terras If we nave STrKll p-cflts mill quick ssleS, GENERAL NEWS. Terrlflo Cyclone. New Oblbans, April. 22.-The Tlmea Deniocrat's Wesson, Mississippi, Bpecial says: A frightful cyclone passed over Wesson and the town of Beauiegard, a mile above, about 4 o'oiock this afternoon. The wind lor the past three days has been blowing a gale, and lowering clouds indica ted a storm. Its approach was known some minutes, by deep rumbling sounds, windows and dwellings shaking with violence, and many intelligent people thought it an earthquake. The thunder roared and the ltehtning flashed with alarming foroe and vividness ences wore torn down, trees which have stood the storm of years were uprooted and cast a hundred yards awayi East of the railroad in Wouarm th damage was light, but in the western portion of the town the destructi...

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. — 26 April 1883

) " 1 r -of a i- Mas eru le TIIK ,NltRKH A MoM ftatialble Prnpoalllon, Ths liib-sicnjrrrfeat committee to wlilcli tha duty wss assisted to nrrnifJB and tnukt preparation! for tlie procession UurluK t!i' cntertalmnont In May, Imve BRrei d upon a feature of the day's prnKrntiiiiie, wliMi It carried out, will redound Immensely both to the city's advuiitaue and to tlicyfileasureF of the occasion. A HeiiaI.d rnijAlrter inter, viewed Mr. lloliny, chairman aft the commit tee, and obtained from him the lollowiim statement as to this new leafure. Ttieiiroptr sition is that tht) buMiie-' uk-ii, kct ishiih ami various industries ot the e,ty injure wnir one and Hunts reurefiiMiu tliur re.-ii'livr callings. J iir. tiohny has Valked to a number ot'Ciw business men, uf whom are pleased with the ivlea and express theii Willingness to4 'enter into it nust lieirtHy. The procer,S;0n would look mnyuilieunt y with Moans nod waiious nailr tlt-noraled aud reprt-.gt.ulinR, eucli one, the various dry goods ...

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. — 3 May 1883

THE DALLAS WEEKLY ULD DALLAS, TUXAS, TIIIIIISDAV, MAY ::, IK.s::. VOM'-MK XXX. M.'MliKU 22. HE! CARPET It ii dimcuU to convoy an Wen of tho real v alua of a Carpot by a mere dorcrlption. A Brus els at 12 may be cheap, while au Ingralu at SB 5nts may be doar. The goods must bo exr e nod to be appreclalod. Tho simple truth Is that eveiy Carpot In our houso 1b from 10 to 25 Per Cent Cheaper THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE, Seeing Is believing, Cotton Chain Ingrains 20c. All-Wool Ingrains.... 60c. Brussels 55c. Tapestry Brussels t'c Body Brussels ..$1.15 and upwards Moquettes $1-40 LACE OTJETAINS. We can say no more of theso than we say of our Carpets. We handle more of those than any other two houses In Texas, end our prices speak for themselves. t Nottlnsham Curtain Goods, Ol. and upwards, i Antique Lace Curtains, f'.OO and upwards to Nottingham Lace Curtains, $1,00, $1.25, $1,50 I $15.( I, embracing a lino of patterns that aro and upwards. I superb. Window Shades and Upholstery Goods. We especi...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 May 1883

V 1 A "(S00I T1MK COMINU1 .,,n.n...F Mt.i.i -f '" W"'""""; t MlKl..,..r...,l'r.,.r. f.r.l.e rr.n-l ,,.1 tfHrlll H..!it- bullae anil A(rH ll.o-t '" eeedlii, A larrf Dumber of tl.e Atioclatlon of ex i.r.i.r.'a MLn.iuriatili, old Bottlers, member i of KoT brig'". l-clr It'""1'8. 0 i. I'lt.'.iUK"'. rei-Jinl nd Johnson's BiiiMof Cillin ciui'Ay.Texss.met lit McKln uey on Saturd.jr.Aprll 2,l:Kl,pursiiant to a ciUolllie president of the Association of i-ConfcilBwt iiisaourtan., for the purpose of u.iikine preparation for the joint reunion iuAuKi i' next, Oftlie ex-Conlotlt-rate Mis iouriaii., lictor's brigade, Hobs' briKade, ,,,J ImI,;wius rwuieut. The met-tiiii? we.-' a I lue and raiiiium'ic one, in which M the aVve and old settlers were lurgely .-a-HT'ed. ar.J I lie lollowniR pro-cein'-M wern nui. T;ie prosidcot Called Uirf Ui-e tu wornw aiwniumiui C')umiiti:: .. .u-uuit such plans and sur fteAum t the uifettug at i o'clock as tucy wiuUt deeai advisable for the ar raiiRemeiii of the meeti...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 May 1883

Fann .... .rtww.j ... '.. .1 Knii-no's. Bii Hrmm i.rt U i .... ..P Mf Twm mm Mills B .Uln" Clot., win mill. etc. Bond for orlces and lermt li we nav. - Brralj pn.flU wnd quick al-a THE TRUNK SOLD. Tlie Texas Trnnk Railroad Sold Under tbe Hammer Yesterday. It Was Bought In by Representatives of the Bondholders. The Price Paid-Future ter prise. of the En- Tjtuer Local Notes and Comments Under a decree of the United States cir cuit court lor this district, January 31st, 1883, in the case of the International Trust company vs. Texas Trunk Railroad company, the Texas Trunk road was yesterday sold by the com. mUs!oner, A. S. Lathrop, -appointed by that court. The following is the descrip tion of the property sold and the terms and Conditions of its sale; the commissioners i.:Hniv .rlvprtised it to be sold at the court-house in Dallas, on the first day of May, 1883: The railroad of the Texas Trunk Railroad company from its terminus in or near the city of Dallas, and state of Texas, extend ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 May 1883

r7 s tiikI)AU,hvi;i:klyih:i:.M' rroi r.i.i.Hin a MAi.i. r,'-,i at the Fat(im lTl. as aeuoud (flaaa wall mattf 1'Oi.K, tilt dfaulllnn Tciinfiire trr-anurr-r, la Roltm to be brouniit to trial aft-r all, anil i. l'..(e bis frlen1cri poidibly pny up rliifalcatii'M. Ilia trial Is set for June i'.tli. It is barely possible that the nephew of a prfnid-nt will be wearing a penitentiary convict'garh yet, Tai.maoesoIJ in Nashville, Tennewe. re ceuty , that the Chattahoochee, the river ilivi diiiff Alatiami anl tieorRia, would outrival the Merriruae, and thut young men would live to see more cotton mills ana spinuies in the sou. u ilmn thore arc in New Kugland, lirJer rc-e:,t developments who can donbt t!i it' it dlv'as'' jiiiWt ? 1tIoo'sbi if H.el'tah cnniruiision had tUef!iltfperiinti.cy if nothing elsf. Ttey r i'oin to inA'- the best effort possible to shut out the poi iramista in the forthcom ing n.sMratioa iu the territory, but the "K..ini" are said to be laughing in their sleeves at the ...

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