ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,786 items from Dallas Weekly Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,786 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 3 May 1883

T TINA D ALLAH WKICKLY II KHALI), TIWUHDAY, MAY . 1883. SURE CUIIE FOR SLACK LEO ' tumaanne. Tafia. Anajtiat M'lsM. If Mum, Morlny Bros,! Uirtiumin'-I liavs nl1 "WOHDItRKni, KlUfiT" tosuvral of mr rmstomnrs who used it for the stir of BLACK LEO" K J'"- ns or two iloo Inturtially anil appljln; It ex t.ra.U,. II worksd "k. . .hMmjj. BW. For Halo hy flltOWDIW, nAIiDWlW AT WASIIIXGTOX. Washington, April 27. Special. Sara Randall lia hied himself to rhilaileiplila. The fact that the Irish-American conven tions are In full blast In the city of Brotherly Love may or may not have aroused within his breast a burning desire to visit his con stituency, but whatever political capital he fails to fish out of the settling caldron will be Inflnitessimal. He is just now looking higher than the speaker's chair may be on the same principle that the fox disdained the crapes and aspires to the presidency. He fs courting Tilileu and his lollowing with the assiduity of a first love, well knowing that the...

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. — 3 May 1883

liALLAM triuMVliV A1KUALP, THUKBPAY, MAY ft, 10H3, i tin J, A. KKATIJIO. Jtldnt rarlnar. 0. A. KEATING, DALLAS, TEXA9, Wi olesalo A gricult aral Implements, CINS AND MILL MACHINERY "STATE AGENT FOR Furst& Eralley Manufacturing Company. PJows, Cultivators and Sulky Rakea. Erie City Iron Works. Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills. Ohio Steel Barb Fence Company. J I. Case Steam and Horee-Power Threshing Machinery. Fish Brothers' Farm and Spring Wagons. THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL. Dallas, May 1. Cotton continues to ar rive freely, notwithstanding the season has advanced beyond planting time. Ihe larger portion, however, is discolored by rain and badly stained, and will not bring full quotation . luere is yy"" nntt Who predicted, lower tis.owmg to ne heavy consolidated receipts, now conclude that prices have touched botton; and while ktpu rtrufJuiB, itun -"v" no one looks for any material auvauceauim, . inwermarket is not anticipated. During -unnri.1nn a hslS Ot V cotton. The grain mar...

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. — 3 May 1883

Till. I) ALLAH WKKlit.Y HKUALIh 'VIWHSHAY MAY . 1803. MOT UY SPECIALS. AtATl. tand Hal -Treasury Statlstlcs.-A Coin- for tab I llalane on Hand, About th Itangers.-TIi litigant In Messlon Ktn. "Aostik, Apiil iU. ripeotal.J The tint Natlonnl bank of Austin, for Outlier fc Munson, olrthermon, paid Into the treas ury to-day $:U,0UU lor rour-bit laud Hied ou lome time back. , The comptroller paid Into the general revenue $11,000, to avai able school fund $29,11, and permanent ecliool fund $1,727. The dispute about the boundary line be tween Karnes, Atascosa and Live Oak coun ties, and the boundary line between Mc Lennan and Bosque counties has been sub mitted to the commissioners of the land oflices for settlement. In order to have more complete records or all matters pertaining to the collection of taies, collectors are requested to forward to the comptroller a list ol all lands advertised for taxes in 1882. The following compara tive statement of receipts is furnished by the comptrolle...

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. — 3 May 1883

T OTAL-I'KIISOXAL last Week's Measures I'assenl In llanlil Ilelew-A I.imiN Ahsml Toward t'te Orsan ri-lil" nl Hummer anil I'lcnlo rrnhnlllltlri-HH'lHl Kvents I" malar I'ltlemuiil Towiie I'srsoiia)! Mention. The lime lsHiiroiidiiii wlieil tin ball- roam nnil the tlieutro will lose much of Hs interest, anJ the picnic unci excursion will be all the rae. The devotees nf the dance were out in 1'irne force on Tuesday nlK"t at Mayer s hull. The occasion was the grand ball Riven by the Mu'ried Hoiks' club. The anuounceinent of un entertain ment by this club is enough to insure a laree attendance. They were there in full hniu married and unmarried. In act, it seemed as ll the youn people bad concluded to discontinue their hops, and oin the Slurried Folks' clab There were some of the young men 8 o-called present, who looked very much as if they ought to belong to a married folks club, but ale'! they have been unable i" attain the desired goal. Now we suggest tuat the young men's club org tiii...

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. — 10 May 1883

TEtE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD MMAS. TFXAS, TIIUI SIMV. MAV 10, 18M.-VOLIJ3IE XXX. NIJJIilKIt 23. MILLINERS As caterers to the public's wants in all lines of wear ins? apparel we claim pre-eminence. The daily rush ot trade to our Millinery Department has, since the opening of the season, been so great that orders have only been filled by the most extraordinary tax upon our lorco. We have, therefore, Largely Increased Our Facilities, and all orders will from this date he promptly and satis factorily executed. OTJE IOTELTIES In Trimming Material Include Everything Out to Date, ORNAMENTS. All the row buckle style In sizes and quail ties to suit all tastes. Celluloid and Amber Pius lu largo variety. RIBBONS. All the newest shades and narrow widths of Ba'in, Ottoman, Velvet and Satin ; plain Velvet and Sl.k Oriental effects. PAU PATJS. In Gold, Silver. Silk of Newest Shades In varionn sizes and styles. Mew Btjles of Ostrich Pau Faus. HATS AND BONNETS. Itf Cantons, Union Milan". Eastern Braids...

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. — 10 May 1883

TIM! DA 1.AH .VHHiaV UV.llAUh'V Iff flHfA V, MAV lo v iv"i '?(.'. X, '' 'l-ShC- SJv'-rrtSJ: ' 11,1-..T 7 r I ?uU,"n.H.S. a,sISSr.r W - ur tunllo la imi'.i print, and imlck sale. T11K CHOPS. the Mate MiciwonU'aJy Koportiuff the louill tiou he loans Crops. . The Grand Are rC lUCOliraglli? in the Kill. Live Mors and Fmil .Summary W'e publish this morning a series of re- j wu'ent niuctrMuallt-r than last yfcuraud SKODsos in regard to the growing crni. olily a moderate cr p is anticipated. Uot They are given at the request of the Hull- toii acreage somewhat increased and corn Ai.o sent out some days ago, to the most uuoiit iue 8amo. The sheep interest is ma responsible pariiw in te respective coun- terially increasing, and it cau be safely es ties. As a rule.it will be observed, that timated i hat the from 8 000 to 10,000 more tuene reports show a large increase of grain sieep tian ist year's assesrucnts showed, and lu'llet, while neariy all of them spiak Ounle interest semewhat decreasi...

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. — 10 May 1883

THffl IMLfiAW WI.HKf.Y HHAM, TH tWrMPAV. MAY 10, 180,1 mm BY SPECIALS. AtiATIS. l'rn(i(1IHK of the aiela I'lmfiiimiiiitlml Association-Home Itittirasliiitf (Jiiestlims Discussed-Deunrtinsnt Niitet Hie Un rnnr Vet on Hit IK Notes About Town. Ann. Mutf ft.-TH ,.ffi!. Clmrters were II m: '11'" A 11.01 u II u,cli u iiiHiny, ! ot VvMu ( un ',.f.i:iii.t of, $.VJi(i; Object, Iiiiii i v.i. " l.r. . iJni lni'K, cattle, bm-cj. i n i kim.i.1. in" .u"i" Ings buI I-ouii fDi'jct.itiui', capital stock, 20,000 aLara-i ol $100 each, which may be issued iu serliit every six or twelve months. The romnlroller paid Into tho treasury to-iluy $J0 U00 to the eneral revenne. The phHrniaoueticttl association met at 10 o'olcck. Six members were admitted. Dm quisitlonB were read upon the best means ot'destroyiiiR the odor of iodoform when used in ointment, and how to iill the fol lowing prescription without heat so as to make a clear mixture: Cmton, chloral, two scruples; extraot ergot fluid, two drachms; muci...

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. — 10 May 1883

s Till. I'AI.I.AH WliKKIiY lll'.UAU rrmm, n.Mtrrf mm. Zi . i at in. p.wu.m- liaiiat, "H"1 ti rest! tnsMsr r Wa hava nritvii several enmmuiiH a- tlmis from outs tie towns, asking in to state (Infinitely ilie tints of the Grand l'aratlv or the Bii-iiKerfert wrolt. It will occur n Tuurstsy, the 17th instant, tliat bein tl e pcnic dny tf the 8;i nserfet. Outliatdry be Gran 1 l'rocesslon will form In tl e miming ami march to tue picnic grouDYi t Shady View ia-V. Tiie indirations aie that there will be a tremendous crowd in the city on thut dsy, as the Parade will un donlitedly be one of tlm nist showy aid stupendous ever seen iu North Texas. a kkw and powerful reason for the ar quittal of Dorky comes to the front. It is siJ that such a retult of the ! star-route trial will prove tiie downfall of Buiwsteb. Tita co ie of honor and the spirit of chiv alry are booming in Atlanta, Georgia. Two youths, neither of them over eifinteen rears of bro, foURht about a girl, and one nrihatn rpo!viii a...

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. — 10 May 1883

T1IW DAMVAfl WfMKr.Y IlKRlLn, TIIlfUHDAY, MAY V), 18. RUnE ouhe roil SLACK LEO. tiHMtt fatil Anatl.t OS'tajM. nil I I HniMI T, MBBRf aa UH afrs. Vnrlcjr rii, I . lSr.Tr.s-sm - I has M WONDKR'tTIf WUHT" to .overs! of my cmtomor. who n.nil ror the sure of BLACK LEO , in an or two rto.H. Internally andapplylns lies rually, It worked Ilks a hi.m. Ymir. Kta AT WASllLVGTOX. Important to Fourth-Class Postmasters. Wasiiinotoh, May 6. The bill to adjust the salaries of postmasters of the first, sec ond and third classes, and to change the commission allowed postmasters of the fourth class, rendered necessary in View of reduced rate of postage upon letter matter from 3 to 2 cents per halt ' ounce, providing that salaries of the ilrst, second and third classes should be readjusted, takes effect simultaneously with the reduc tion of rates of postage from October 1. Re specting the pav ot fourth class postmasters, the act merely 'rued the rates which should apply to them without siiecifying the ...

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. — 10 May 1883

'HIM DA Mi AM WKttV.Kt.V HKnAM,TH!JHMAV MAY 10, lfift3. AasiiiMrrox i-kttkii. r1rl rinMMiiilhin nl I'lllena-Th Piinlli Carolina Fan - Mutter rlh Hi Jtnnt rii-Wh l'opl Pay AIiiiiiI II In Mraahliiulnit mill In lha Kl-Tli two Ilrawatera, Vncin Mfi'l Nephew Tim A till Moiiiiiillm-l.w.vrci hi ;mirr Tliolr Frrjmllcea mill Neceaaltiea. Wasiiinhtoh May 0. Ciirrestnixlerice.l There wos no necessslty fur tho prosreu tion Instituted by the llrewters In South r.rnllna. unci If the nroncou ! Ions were sroper there mi no need fur extraordinary methods or expenditures In their hi'lialf llut CotiKre8iimn Uutturwortli, pnul a anrh. was emulovcd aud salurleil by the Brewster!) and sent down to the rice and cot ton and cociber country wliu a blissful per .Hem mid cash for current expenses. All the incidents of a grand government prose' cution were provided when the Hrewstefs Brewster, Cameron it Urewster, discovered that they bad exhausted appropriations made for their uses. Luckily for Mr. Out terivn...

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. — 10 May 1883

C. A, KMfiwii, C. A. KEATING, DAU AS, TEXAS, Wholesale Agricultural Implements GINS ANT MILL MACHINERY. 8TATE AGENT FOR Furet & Bradley Manufacturing Company. Plows, Cultivators and Sulky Rakes. Erie City Iron Works. Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills. Ohio Steel Barb Fence Company J. I. Case Steam and Horse-Power Threshing Machinery Fish Brothers' Farm and Spripg Wagons. THE 'BUSINESS WOULD COMMERCIAL. D ill a s, May 8. Since the last week, resume of the markets of thiscity, the price of cotton baa advanced, and ia now bought on a btsis of 04 w 9i for middlings. The markets have all shown an improvement botb in this country and Europe. As the season advances the receipts oi grain fill off, and there is barely enough now being received i i this city by wagon to supply the demand for local consumption. Prices ore steady, but the near approach of the oats harvest presages a decline in both corn and oats. Wheat is in demand at quota tions. The season for millet seed has about pasted an...

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. — 10 May 1883

r 7 SOCIAIi-l'KHSONAIi. Newer antl their I se-lwwliisj rseets frr.ol.Hl .,H.ts-4.Msl romlithar tills ml Tim Mailt r (iiti'inf rrlnl iiml of ili'iMnlly iiredUal clmriirtcr r.ecn.ll Urn mlmti of inost of the is'ile t the sntleljr world last week, lint It was lrnjosstlila lo milium in treasures of tlie tlnlltiliful sniton for i-lilu r ha t..sa nr u-ars III Win nr.iire. it iiii-t there wa not terliai finite to lunch lumy ncy In the ball-room, yet the lirst days of Mav have been punned with tho muitl nmount ol visitliiK. partyulviriK mid golnn and club festivities. The week whose threshold we have just cromed, will call in to requisition aU ti e enemies 01 uhwj wi n nmnmiw the best Interests ol boo ... .i... iiiiIiirhi nf iti Fiiiovinents. Tne ilnvtri have budded, bloomed and are with ... 1,1 Ihd V0rV luxuriance of th"ir short tile and It behooves both man and woman to ianire the fC that their joint speculation on an apple-blossom was unfortunate, and do their utmost to provide for the c...

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. — 17 May 1883

THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1883. VOLUME XXX. flUJIBEIi 21 To Their Thousands of Friends and Our City's Many Visitors : G-REETINGr We have decorated our establishment inside and out, and put on a general holiday appearance in honor of your pres ence. We have long enjoyed the privilege of having your names on our order book, but have not had the pleasure of ITT- j.1 f .,l-(", i ll , r romipcr vnn th mseting y u. UJv,n,iwv ,ww. j 1 Call on Us While in Our City You need not feel yourself compelled to make a single purchase. We wish merely to show you a house in which we feel a justifiable pride. We are proud to say that we have met a success extraordinary as it is rare. Our thoroughly systemized and popular business policy has brought tins about. This fact you can verify by making a tour of our establishment. We will fully appreciate any purchase you may be pleased to make of us, but will give you equal attention if you do not make any. Our house contains ...

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. — 17 May 1883

TffK USILA WKIIKfiV UKUAIAh ' HUHMOAV, MAY 17, 100-1 Tlm Nri. I'n; of Hi" rftii1 ".hiicliitf I'mat. full lvirrlptlon of the lleaiitlfiil I i.i.i of Son?. TU 6 llrllllunt Torrhllght l'roeMiimi -hump Historkul luti. trajr JUi'M and IVrtlnetit 1'olntiT To Dillm has been vouchsafed the honor and privilege oi" eiuerUinins the four teeulh biennial ses;ou of the Texas Strip eeriest. Tli occtn, fraught with, so much moment, the Herald is rejoiced to note, has b-eu f.illy appreciated by our ' residents. Nuiliii.if has been left undone tliat should bav) been done that would tend to the omiirt and pleasure of guests. lijerv provision, within the confines of rAMnn. has been provided fori the enter Eminent of those who have extended the eaojuraeement of their prepuce, and they n almost numiK.'Vi! even at this very date. ilie Sietigeriest is an association ol singer, who, through a love of the art, assemble to worship at the shrine of Euterpe. The term Sa-ugerlest, in a literal sense, is defined ...

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. — 17 May 1883

r I THIfl DALLAS WI3I8KLY IIKtALI), TfllWHDA V MAY 17, .MM. ' . . sbeftl. K 0 I" l" I- """ J'""?,.,!? M,mofBja varss tur motto la u,a.l profile and quick salt- NEWS BY SPECIAL. AUSTIN. Treaeury Receipts - Mllltla Companies Backward About Presenting Their Claims Beoords of Tom Green County Nearly Completed-Coal Discovered on School Lands In El l'aao County-Hymen In Hih Official Clrclea Suspicious Char motors Hovering; on the Outskirts of the Town The Statesman and the Governor Court Decisions. Austin, May 15. SpecialJ-Receipts at the treasury to-day were $18.G50 from sale Of BOhool lands, and $0 000 general revenue Notice was ent from the adjutant-general's office some weeks ago requesting militia companies that have been called out to suppress disturbance and assist the civil officers to send up their expense ac counts for payment, the legislature having made appropriation for that purpose, but thus lar none have responded. Therecordsol Tom Green county, de stroyed by the flood in C...

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. — 17 May 1883

i -rM-T4, ni.Mirer MA I.I. iti aiil Th vary ir of ' " "K"' Xi-sl (id I'ffM AMorlMlon, Imaum continue lomo tiunn in In uilRlilr columns, nil England" Inn li Hi d(iinocritlopirt'iKin. nearly lBrls bar lelt Quwnilown for Ibis com. try within th patt two wet'. T o-DAt begin what promises to be on of lli most exciting and enjoyable week. .., -,fn.Mi lu Dallus. the memory and (JeA of which will llURer long after the sctori therein have returned to the quiet of their homes. The inference betweeu Chahuleu and Oo.iBinoE l, in a nutshell, that the latter wants the United States navy to receive the ohlef benetlt from the building of the new cruisers, and the former wants tne snip t tilders to get the but ot tne Dargain. Tnc cheerinir in'lllRence comes from w.al.lnuion that Brewster's accounts as ttnrnev-eeneral are to be overhauled an honest Investigation ot them can be had and no whitewash can be found, tne cam net coxcomb will undoubtedly have 10 ink a back seat. : a-- David Davis likes Sant...

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. — 17 May 1883

f f ' run vaum ytmu,Y hkmm), riwimnA y, si A v n, wtirtrouiK roil hlacjc leg nrtiwr. Till 4niiir, . ? for lh. fiif nl HUP LBUhf SAOf IWffdosM interiiallj Sll'l ill I It worked Uta (lifin, T'i'i's, rift t, B. IIUTCJIIIHON, at l.e riinWIMH, tKI.MWIK WiM.HMW. imllwo. Teise, fori gexkiial mw& flatly Now York SpecUl Commercial Tole gram Hlocks niid the Staple. I'olk'i JJoutlsmeii ore Likely to Foot the BUI. The Two Great Trlals-Sjnopsls of the Evidence. The Tenksbiiry Investigation is Draw ing to a. Close. The Reported Stoppage of Mexican Subsidies Denied. The Whipping Post in Active Operation in Delaware. And Other News Items of Interest. New York, May 12.Special.-Money 3 to 4 per cent. Exchange unchanged. Governments dull; i'a declined J. Railroad bonds dull and lower. ' ' Texas & Pacific Income declined 1. ilissouri, Kansas & Texas consols i. Stocks Irregular and lower. Denver & Rio Grande, 4'JJ. Houston & Texas Central, 73. Missouri, Kansas& Texas, 30J. Missou...

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. — 17 May 1883

Till! DATAjAR W It UK LY HICHAM), THUltfttAV, MAY 17, 1883. A. NKATI". Ml4nt fsrloar, lirilltllH it Kf.ATINO. Xwm Cily, pell -artiir. o. Wholesale A. KEATING, Dl AS.'JEXAI, Agricultural Implements, CINS AND MILL MACHINERY. STATE AGENT l-Ult Furst & Bradley Manufacturing Company. Plows, Cultivators and Sulky Rakes. Erie City Iron Works. Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills. Ohio Steel Barb Fence Company J. I. Case Steam ard Borse-Power Threshing Machinery Fish Brothers Farm and Spring wagcns. THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL. Dallas, May 15.-Tha receipts of (train by wagon In ibis city have been only fair during the last few dayB and only meet the requirements of retail dealers. A car ot wheat arrived to-dar irom'Cedar Hill, and will be forwarded by the consignees to St. 1 ml, Prixoa nr. firm fit ountntmnS. During this week the coimwroial reports 0! Ihe XlKKALD Will 08 CUI1UI1W st possible spaoo, but atter Uiat time llv-y will be as lull as usual, la thiB connection, u m u it i c "Mhtiv K...

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. — 17 May 1883

r TIIM DALfiAH yKKyCVfnCMl'iTfn;WHl)AV,MAy 17, 1803, SUMMEIl CYCLOXKS. A tlrurt of TIimh MmM Hf-motu Nirerp Through .'Missouri mid Kansas, layiifr esoln tlon In Their Track. .Hen and Women Crushed to Dentb, House Crumbled, Forests Levelled and a World of Bfiln Wrought. Kansas City and Carthage In the De stroyer's Track. A Narrow Path Bat a Wide Swath of Woe. Peculiar Freaks and Phenomena Noted. Kansas, Citt, May 14. The latest es timates place the loss ot property by the storm yesterday between a quarter of a millja and $300,000. At least fifty build ings were blown aown and 200 more badly damaged. Tne list of killed and wounded cannote given yet. The killed reporlB are four. A citizen, named unknown; two employes of Cole's circus and a boy named Tilden. The character of the pioperty destroyed is dwellings and shrubbery. The path ot the storm did not touch the business part of the city, and the stores destroyed were those ot small retailers scattered through the resident portion of ...

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. — 17 May 1883

1 SOIAli-rKUSOXAIi. alliance tttlhe nnurc of the I'ast Week. A Brief Force", or Those to Come l'eiHoiiiil. Beflews From Many Other l'olntc. The past week has been an Improvement over 1U processor in a social way. In the first place the assembling of the Bnal B'rlth, Grand District Lodge No. 7, drew to our city large numbers tor the entertain ment of whom onr Jewish citizens leftnoth loj undone, and thereby have added an other to the long list ol triumphs ol hos pitality that Dallaaites are Justly proud ol. The aathennir was a representa tive one, and awaLened no Utt.e Interest even among those who do not come within the psle of the kith. . . On Tuesday evening a grand dress-bal at Y. II. H. A. Hall, was given in honor o delegates and visitors, and was in point ol attendance and the richness and variety ol costumes as brilliant an event as these col umns have reco.'Ued. . Wednesday nisht at the same place and tinder the same au-.pices.a most sumptuous banquet was spread, the menu wbe...

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