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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

THE BALL AS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAV 24, 1883, VOLUME XXX. NUMBER 25. In spite of the enormous rush of business we have WduriDff the past week, our stocks are lull and coni ElHte FoFthe Tpatt few weeks we have been in prepara tion to n?eet the demands that this great influx . 01 visi tors would make onus, and so well did we succeed that of our departments has been in the least affected 3 th?MmXteneSof its usual variety. On the other hand wftavffound ourselves overstocked on some SSes All surplus goods will be reduced forthwith. We mention a tew of our most NOTABLE EEMCTIOIS, DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. T ACB BUNTINGS, 86 INCHES WIDE. IN ALL L the New Shade, and Black, at 38c were 45c rt,, i ItGF LOT OF FANCY STYLES IN O SA" mSi worth from $1.25 to 3.50, t tin' nnlform prlo of V. ?'" WASHABLE DRESS G000S. i .... i Drinf.il Uorcbn Mulls ft Lai to urn ui i limn- " tccn Cm Lei of Embroidered Glngtiam Dress Patterns i At $4; Were $5,50 One Lot of Embroidered Gingham Dress P...

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. — 24 May 1883

'I UK fM M.AH vVf.KIM.Y II Ml A M), Til IfliNIl A V, MAY 114, 189,1. MM IMiK Tiff. Wr r.H Mr Itic trint mioii it "f hmlU of tiirloiii lint that mini ccriisti Dallas from Ih truant Hi'fuprrrat iMiirlllfi ami !'" (liiiiwntloii ha I her during Ih week Ji it cl'iaed Dill .on lis Hunt" inaiilleit " IHrtiatlv iiil. We bellev wr ar tvil ovnrstallfiii the cnwlieii vr ray H at iiara a-at a general turprlt on the part of onr visitors at the achlrvmiienta which wot nn-sentnl. In nulclc order an.l with oat much airltatlon, an iiimienie nan was prepared apecially lor the occasion of the 8'ni?rleat entertulumeat. It la the largest s well as one of tbe safest a:ul nio;t convenient of access, of Ingress, and of c ra forla anywhtro to ba found in great T xas. Tftouiiainia of tlollurs within but a lew weeks were fxpottJed in the cause. Into tliis went the sitiKers.and nothing of acous tical properties, liue ventilation, brilliant electric liu'u.t, well-arranged seats, uressiug' room s, etc., were Jac...

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. — 24 May 1883

THIS I) ALLAH WUKKfiV UKllAIAh 'VUUHHUA V MAY 24, 1S83, THE KDMOKhf. Continued friim rnnrt .'ase, ml conllmml hy li!s -on. ml th sue.... tli'T l'v hoIjIh.I bn to the cliroiilelHn rf rvrr? s -'" our own nni rxcen-eil. There are ! r Piniiher who mill ' rv jitli m l'r-v in. !..!. ; .',.,. in..i iii.rt I. .1 .-vi. m "' OtClfM.r 1 .....II-. .. .If" I.V ' II' ir.-'ll- itiiuil.M.im- ""' - l'-l'-' ." "' laa H.'ii r.. u "'l ","rl'Jr mr.r the other. Mini ' " "i."'!!;1' ui8in cent ii1 '1mirlnn p.pns, cinil he saul torlHUtoihe first tank attained D the Thunderer" and the New Yoric Herald, the II." ion rot. the New York Sun. Tnb tine Times and World, the Philadelphia Tim.. . 23wr nd Pres., the Muull Enquirer, tie Chicago Time, and Tribune, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the St. Loul. Globe-Dmocrat, Memphis Appeal, New Orleans Times-Democrat. Charleston New. and Courier, and the Atlanta Consti tution, may snfUce as specimen, of this orevalent and effective school of Journa -Ism, which retains th...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

V Tin? immmm wiwKfV uKUAuynwiiHtiAY, hay at, ma. T L rutvm. nu.urtt ham,. a,1 ! Ihe fmlnlBn al " h"01"1 Oimm man matlnf Advk m froml(allr-,Krtaralslaiili-Im of sta'siroopsby th InsurKonl April 77. Ooernmnt m-nof-war cme In sliors to render niUnce, but were sunk l.y the auemy's artillery. 0ant was beaten for the presidency of tbe flociety of Ihe Army of the l'otoruac. A few years sro hie name contained sulllcient ....i i in tha Dreaidency of anything, biit'oow to be nominated li to be beaten. It la a fearful Illustration of tbe decay of a (real name f... nmnllmtlnn of PbOCTOB KMOTT by the denio.-racy of Kentucky for governor . tribute toone of the first men iutellectually. of this country. Kboit la .... i iitfiu.wr&t of the first water but a gentleman of the most conspicuous type lid intelligence, and just such as we want Uroupht forward and kept forward at this time in the political history of the country. . i i a hiiNSET Cox is dowu in the Carolluas UKSET KjOX. IB pushing his c...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

r Out 1 'MM HAM, AH WIWKftY 1tl''MAWPlltVllfAfY'7Jn r X suite caw. roit iilaok i,co u.. .;; 2,,-', ' ... (TrrPM'- ' 'vTO"Pr'MfTF, tlnll'u,"tmtm "rnf Ma'W h iwH...". if.iJfH.llr .....if. it m iim ;v.'SttT0MiaJ5.' I fiir-SUI hffWrWIH', IMMfWI Tli fcsainlnatlnn ef Witnesses, There li another eiilir barbarous dis crimination adalnsl witnesses- that Is as greatly In need or abatement. We roler to tbe Indlifnlties put upon witnesses in court by examining counsel, tewyors think it It one of their Inalienable privileges to brow- k.t a witness. Borne oftliem devote tueir enemies more to the accomplishment of this purpose than to the elloltlng ol perti nent Inlormatlon, and Judges do not often interfere to prevent unless appealed to by the baited "iess. Witnesses are the vital properties of law. Without them there would be no such thing as justice, no such tni n as the enloroeintiit of the statutes. Thev are entitled to the protection of the court they serve,, for whether a witness be lor or ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

. THFi KDITOIUS. Tfclr4 nd Last Vtj'n l'rocffdlnire of the Vrm Association. guM Text of the. Orllon and I'oom llutb Highly Credltitl'lf. X MftM of Important Matters Disponed of and the Convention Adjourn. The Banquet Last Jilght-The Meuu, Toasts, Etc-Off for Mexico. Interesting Events of the Occasion. The convention was called to order by President Gosling at 10 o'clock. Commu nications were lead as follows : Galveston, Msy 17,-nou. Hal Gosling, president Texas 1'reH association : (Tb News U aulhorlnod to trantmlt to you the loliowius.:) K L t0WIim,nlrng editor News GalvbhtoK, My 17 fo Ualveston News j Mease act for the citizens ol tial Testou in extending to tbe Texas I'ress asso ciation, now in session at Dallas, tue cour tesies of this citv, and an invitation to meet here next year. Ii ncc -pied. Its mem bers may be sure ot a heart; welcome, and sncb. hospitality as oar pe.i.i ctirerrully offer on all occasions to their guests. IHiirned 1 Marx A Kemwier, Leon U. Blum. Wolston, We...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

r TIM DAhlAH WKKKf,V HMMf T..flM V, MV 4, fAAl, 7 TIIKCYdONKCIItCUlI UhlfU Amainl to Tmm Our Mart, Mlrlklnff Ihfl rUl At Uie Unte (lif. Where In an Kft" Twinkling' Fifly Thousand Dollar north of Prop ertjr ! Deiitroyea. fteverAl Persons ore Mors or Leas StYerely Iitjnred. , .Mineral T?cll Visited by a Vilag of This Wind, -Which Work Its Full Quota or De struction. The "Keturng Sot all In Yet. DtmiaoK. May 17. r3peclal. A. severe 'Cyclone from the southwest struck this city about 9 o.clock this morning, without a moments warning and In less than three minutes all was oyer, but its work of Ins truction was complete, A small house oc cupied by James Burch was blown to atoms, and Mrs. Burch and one child se verely injured. The Baptist church on Main street was completely demolished. C. G. Andrews' brick residence -on Wood ward street had ths gable end blown in and part of the tin roof taken off. On the same street, J. H. Porter's large wooden house, partly finished, was blown from its f...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

T THIS DALLAS WJSHKLY IlKUALl), TIIUKHIJAY, MAY Hi, 1B83. w tt. vr.Ai, 0, II. ClMil'KI!, Veal, Cooper & Co, '612 ELM ST., DALLAS. land Agents Bl'Y AN D SELL LAND IN EVERY COUNTY IN TEXAS. RENDER FOB TAXES AM Pay Taxes on Lands Time to render for taxes, 1st of January to 1ft Of June, Time to pay, 1st of October to 1st of March. SALES for TAXES USUALLY FIRST TUEHDAV IN MAY. W. C. MOKOAN. W. II. IMBODBN MORGAN & IMBODEN, Successors to John Y. Rankin, W. C. Morgan ana w. at . imuouen a co.. LAITD& TAX AGEHTS Brownwocd, Brown County, Tsas. We are agents for 2,000,000 acrea of western lands. A general mn" nmi"PW TrHnvTiHi. Administrator's Notice. Letters of administrat.on on the Fstate n( Wlllam MerrvBeld and Martha C, Merrrj-i) his wire, wtre granted to me Dy mo otiniy t.out tf Dallas Countv an the 5th day of May 18X3 All nenona havlntr claims irtnit said dece- aleuta and their estates are notilied to pro-em be same for ai.owaoce within the time precribf d y law. My residence...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

it a Yeara 8 3 Certificate lor which 1" Taxot a b Scrip No. aie Due. 2 , 1881 387 ....llWi.... 1881 8X8 ... .11117.... 1H81 8811 ....ll'.M... 1881 3:0 1881 m ....vm.... H81 SII2 ....lail.... 1881 8113 ...XAtl ... 1881 81)4 ....lm... 1881 H'.l", .,..1204.... 1881. 8tW 146.... 1881 8!7 ... l'-SHI.... 1881 8iW ....1417.... 1881 aim ....raw ... 1881. 400 ....1212 ... 1881 4(11 .. ..121.1... 1881 402 ....1214.... 1881 40.1 ....llil.... 1881 4(M ....121tt ... 1881 4(1"! ....1217.... 1881 406 .. 1218 ... 1881 407 ...Mm.... 1881 408 ....101W ... 1881 400 ....10U4.... 1881 410 ,81-2115.... 1881 411 ..81-2W ... 1881 412 ..31 2(17.... 1881 413 ..81-2fi8.... 1881 414 ..81-270 ... 1881 41ft ..31-271... 1881 4111 .81-272.... 1881 417 ..81-273.... 1881 418 ..81-274.... 1881 419 ..31-275.... IHll 420 ..,.10.10.... 1881 421 ....1031.... 1881 422 ....1 82.... 1881 423 ....1033..... 1881 424 ...1034.... 1881 4V ....1142.... 18S1 42B ....1143.... 1881 427 ....1044.... 1(M 428 ....1080.... 18M. 42!l ..3...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

Till: PAM.M WIJKiaV IIKAM,TffffHIIAV MAV 2,, IdM, hafllnn and piilluva .. .. . . n iiiruhiiu Ki'ii. -1 tat. of Texas" Corn Ml K rtmtniK lira- icm In... ... tl..,..il,,f mill tl h -nil Mtr imcus uu Our mono la tmall iirnlli" and quick ali). LOCAL 2OTS Exchange JiuilUlns Contract Let Murk to Commence Short!.. East Dallas-Some Flsurcs Concerning the Little City. OILcr Happenings of a Local 'uture The exchange Building. The committee appointed by the Mer chants' Exchange, to adopt the plans and specifications for the proposed new Mer chants' Kichange building, met yesterday afternoon at the Merchants' Exchange, and viewed and discussed the plans and specifU tions submitted by architects J. F. Flanders, Wilson .t Tover. and A. U. Urosius. Aftor carefully considering the various plans, that of Mr. Flanders was chosen. Messrs, W. C. Howard. T. L W f!. flnnnoi and W. White were appointed a committee to make such alterations in the plaus and specifications of the building as iney nugui uecm ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

I TIIIC DA Mi AH WKKKfiV MWAIslI, THt?MAV. MAY M, W.tsn. ft, A, MMtlfl'i. ruainti.t I'sHli' O. A. KEATING, 3 LI AS, ITEXAS, Wholcsal o Ari ioultural Implements, GINS AND MILL r.'.ACHINERV, STATE CENT FOn Puxbt& Liaolty Manufacturing Company. i'lt-wM, Cultivators and Bulky Kukos. trio City Iron Works. Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills. Ohio Steel Barb Ponce Company. J I Case Steam and Horse-Power Threshing Machinery. Fish crotnera r am THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL. Dallas, May 22.-Durlng the past week the cotton receipts of this city have fallen off until now they do not reach more than half as many bales daily as I hey .did ten days ago. There has been no change In quotations here and the market is im. Outside of cotton, transactions on the Mer chants' exchange board have not been heavy. It is just between easnj-a8' year's crop having been marketed and there will be but little grain received here lor nearly a month, and until the growing crop is harvested. There is a good enquiry ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

MMI'.U'iS .SI'IMNCS. I' OioMlnif l'rj.Mlarlly iin Ki surf. a Ilinllh IU If nt1 fill ami l'i !iiitmih' K,uii(ilii-A I'i'M IMcliiif. Sum. y oinl;ifiil l'toprrtli-t of Iho Sjirlnjfi. LtHttui, Miiy 21. Correspondence. Wlale wc frequently see letters in lh northern, and western papers about t bis growinit city strati ire to ssy not one Las ever buou published In a Texas dully, which has given tbe people at large even a faint idea ol tills remarkable .locality. The writer has vinited all the principle health resorts of tbia.state. luit lias utterly failed to find suy place which can favorably compare with the citv of Lampasas, in natural beauty, or any water that can be consider' td equal to that of the Sulphur Springs born, therefore Uiis letter is penned for the purpose of telling every oae who desires to viait a health resort, wUero they will be more than pleased, and also lor the pur nose ot bringing before the minds of in vectors where they can buy property wl.inh is eonstantlv incre...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

Tim jJAMMH WKVMLY HICHAM), 'vilVllHUA V. MA V 24, JMJ, E. ECO. POWELL, Sl'CCKSSOR TO POWELL k GAGE, 250,000 ACRES OF LAND IN WESTERN TEXAS FOR SALE. TIhh liiml U my own Hololy, tlicrobro nrli' fiircli(iHi'iig from mo purcliuHo from tlie owner direct, and thus ovoid jiayin conimiHnion, to imy broker or middlo fiian or, an happens floincliincH, to more than one. Tlio.Ho landu I carefully selected mywifon ihc ground neveral yeiiM ago out of a vmt amount of public domain, and therefore I know all about my lands and have the advantage of not having to depend on other parties for my information. Therefore descriptions given by me to purchasers atfi direct and reliable, not being at second hand. Large and email ranches for iule. Information furnished on application. LAND! J. S. DAUGI1ERTY DALLAS, TEXAS. DALLAS. ITXAf.: Crockett County (continued). Dallam County (continued). Edwards County (continued). Will glra special attention to securing good ureitmsnu in laua tor Continued from rug Kti...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

THW HAIifjAM WKKKIiY IfKftAM), TtllKMDAY, MAY 21, lriQi. 'I MolaroN, 48. Mnay fisy Batori I lly -Mil snin. til KvonlK A iMasatrmis riiiillHiifil llun. lloidton, ;lny 22. - (HprcUI. - Jnile Hasterson will close wllli the court-liouse building case, now on trlnl, the business of the t print.' terra of the district court for title county. The court has been in session lor llfiy-iiiuedais bih! lias tried l'Jl cases, ol which only fourteen were jury cases. One hundred asil twnlvo cases by anremne.it. were tried before the judge without a jury, which is a forcible uroni of the conlidence of the attorney! at Houston in the capacity of Judge Masterson to determine Dotn uie law and the facta of their cases. The Davilion is now be i tin constructed on Bremond square tor the summer n (jlit concerts, which will be commenced about 11 a v 30. h. Mr. Vamball, contractor for taking con victs to the penitentiary, was in me cuy this morning, and went on to Huntsyille with John lleruinL. murderer, for...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

I 'MM VAhhAH WiWKLY UKnL1),rtWltH1)AYt MAV 24, IfiflX t SUCCESSOR TO POWELL k (MGR. MB e DALLAS, TEXAS. 11.19 surveyed and located laid clurii tlie last 7 years from 1'an Handle to Ki'o (iraide Kivcr, BRANCH OFFICE NOW AT FORT STOCKTON. Information n3 to tlio character of any Western Lund cheerfully given gratis, MapH of State furnished free on application. Maps and sketches of particular localities furnished on short notice. Makes a specialty of paying taxes and keeping titles clear. Ilcraoves clouds from and perfects titles. ' Leases land for non-resident owners. Hartley County (continued). Continued from I'nire Ten, Yean for which Taxes are Due. Certiorate or Scrip No. ORIGINAL GUATTEE. iMXl 1.881 1881 issi 1881 1881 1881 18X1 lSSt 1881 1881 1881 1-SSt 1H.S1 l.SSl Issi ISSl 1.881 1881 1881 181 1881 1-881 1881 1881 IsSI list 'sm m ISSI 1HHI SSl 1HS1 ISSl 8S1 11 1881 11 J.8S1 ISSI jSSl .Oil 2,2 it). . . '" 27:1 701.... 49 271 704.... ri m 703 . . . 4-i 27(1 703 ... 47 277 702. ... ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 May 1883

TlHfl OALfyAB WKKKLY HKRATi'N TtUfHHnAY. MAY 24t1BH3. FORKIG.V AFFAIRS. The Cnr TciHln the MIIiIIIhIk 1jr hi friiierltr. OF DALLAS, TEXAS, Pays taxes on over a million acre of land for non-rcBidout owner,, lie makes a specialty of rendering lands to .he . BOHHor, paying the taxes at the proper time and redeeming lands that have been sold for taxes. Information as to Texas land and tax law, time and condition of tax sales furnished on application. If in Dallas at any time, make my office your headquarters. St ItlolH Wlnilhe Derby and Hcnoiis tlm SjiortH. France FlnMpml lijr nn Excellent Out look for her Harvest. w WOTICE Work on the Parallel Suez Canal to le Commenced. Harrington's newspaper has Been Sup pressed for Sedition. The Arrests in Ireland Continue Much Excitement. And Other Events in Alien Lands, Tha Czar Not Afraid. Moscow, May 23. The ceremony ot bless. log the imperial flag was performed in the Kremlin in the presence of the emperor and emnresa. the imperial family and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 31 May 1883

THE WEEKLY HEKAJLD DALLAS DAIXAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY HI. 188:3 VOL XXX. NO eMy,vt i fr Hnei iav wii r fjiu u GREAT MBROIDERY WILL -BEGIN ON MONDAY MOENING An1 new prices for. THIS SALE 18 HAMBURG Comprises EDGINGS that have been sold from flo to 80; now S5o FOR FOUR AKD ONE HALF YARDS. COMPRISES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEES SOLD AT 10 J To lie. ARE NOW 350 for 4H yards. . COMPRISES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD AT12K0T0 IOC A YARD, are now 45clor4 yards. COMPUTES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING FROM 16X0 TO 20c, and are now 65o for 4X yards. COMPRWE EDGINGS THAT HAVEBEEN SELLING AT 210 TO 22c, AND are now two lor 4 yards. COMPRISES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING AT 23c TO 25c, A1.D are now 75o for 4X yards. COMPRI'ES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEE SBELLIN3 AT 2G0 TO 28c. AND are no ft for 4K yardB. COMPRISES EDGINGS THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD AT SOc TO 350, AND ARE now 1 for -Hi yards. LOT NO. LOT NO. lot ro. LOT NO. LOT NO. LOT NO. LOT NO. LOT NO. OTIIlR U ARGAINS : CHILDREN'S SAILOR'S COLORS, TRIMMED WI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 31 May 1883

THK MAM.AH W IT, KM' IlKIM WriUmHDAV MAY 31, 1083, TIIKP ALLU VS KKK1.Y IIKIIAU; ' irot-T. ICI.MOTT M4.I.I, Ihlleied tl Mm Poitofllro al Delia, at Reumd CllwH mall tnatief. NIIO1l. ir. Mm Vfc' (iulf matus-Wsrmrr "'' fairer ... .. i. matin rlv. stationary or winu in"-" loner proMim. t... hiiiinl tiiurnnmnut anJ games of Ibe bae-blliu seetn to be a Unliae as the star route trlali. .... i. ,,nM,(.J of ducklriK bis bead when be passe la boat under tbe Eait .i.. i.,i,i.n. He tulirVit have done so a Itw years bro, but be probably feels now that tbobrldiieUbiKnenm,,;., .... -aS ... 1 Last Monday 1:13.209,000 barrels of retro leum were sold at the several on ceuteis, Thin ia nearly three barrels for every man ... r,ri rhild in the country, and 1IUU1" ought to afford enough for one day s con gumption. Canada, is beginning to talk about a declaration of independence. Sue is grow, log restive under eventhe nominal control ...n.s.iwl ner her bv Great Britain. Bend' log out royalty to tickle the...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 31 May 1883

r "NT TIIJ8 DALLAM WlWKLYUVMALD.'rmiUHDAY, MAY flL 1HH3. BROOKLYN iUHIKJR The Crmiionh'n th rnilft Ear HlnirnMMt In .New sink. i - Ilrooklyn Turn Out In Kull Fnrrr nnd ltlll"'tl'i Ar I, n'il Wn i'. m;.' ml KW- ' iiint II- ii'. Even lli I'n-sI'Vi.t, ami a Part of llie Cabinet rrcseut-Governor Cleveland With Two or Three Other Governors And the Military Add to the Glory and Pomp. A Scene of Masniilccnce and Splendor. Niw Yobk, May 21. To-day is a gala day In Brooklyn. Throughout the city there in a general surrender to s'ght seeing and celebration. The main business aven ues, the heights, and many streets clear out into the suburbs are gaily decked with flags, bunting and (.lowers for the bridal with the city over the river. Public build ings, private houses, street cars, wagons and trucks fly the colors of all nations. Grand preparations are being made tor the illumination to-night. Oreat satisfaction is expressed among the people at the com pletion of the work, of which so much is e...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 31 May 1883

Till', DAM -AH .VTJ.Kf.Y flTItA L, Til I MINNA Y MAT 31, MX DALLAS KKSIIVITIKS. VruritiM Words of 11111mP1H.n1l.111 I mm ( la - Slnti- I'Tf'u Viill.it fli n Mmrnlllt'i'iit Surer-,, Kucoplloii of tin' I'reM Avwr-iutliiii IlKhaRVIXU THE MOiiT -NTIIt'tlASTIC flltt , The Bn-Duerfest btillilinii is situated at tlie hiteriieclioti of Lamar and Jackson street, an J in a structure upoo which visitors lav ished many eucouilutns. and is certainly rie. serving ot the most enthusiastic praim The decoratiom t:e exccuediogly elegant, aaty and urofue. Juat'over the tu&in en- trance to the hall are uoticed the colors of America anil Germany, each thirty feet in diincusion, ami so entwined as to form a vase. The vase is surmounted by the word Welcome," worked in garlands ol raiubow hit's, with which it is Intended to overflow. The coat-of arms pi every nationality, in the lurnj of shields, adorn Uie massive pillars of the hall and present a Dretty aud imposing spectacle. J ust over the stage flo...

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