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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 June 1883

13 Has surveyed and located land during the last 7 years from Pan Handle to Rio Grand0 HERB AND THERE. River. Honor fthowrrlof Upon Ike Vrtol BRANCH OFFICE NOW AT FORT STOCKTON. J'lrJUtufotirUn, John llrlf l Information ns to the character of any Western Landu cheerfully given gratis. Maps 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. Removes clouds from and perfects titles. Leases land for non-resident owners. SUCCESSOR TO rOW ELL k 'jAGK. The Vailcun'x loltlon Toward Inland 'ot Very Favorable-. The Insurance Men Follow (be Pct'lor" at Cleveland. DALLAS, TEXAS. The American Dynamiters are n Trla I In London. Til K 1A IMVAH V K K Kf.Y H EHAMJ. 'I WUHftA Y,.IUNK H. 1HH3. I I 3 Certificate S Scrip No. a I ' 887 ....1UM.... 401 888 ,...11!7.... 408 889 ... .11118.... 405 890 ....1199.... 407 891 ....l'JOO.... 409 892 ....1201.... 411 893 ....1202.... 413 894 ....1...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 June 1883

FIKANCKANI) COTTON lii revlsa-in: (Im btiilnes situation an ...i.m irlianim rat la attention In the itredy teiuni'ilatlono' money In Urn treas ury and in Iho hai.ka On last Hatnrdav, It linear., die United Htutes treasury Imlil II 'U,m.il In lil SKalnst which tlir Wri onUtandlng certificates to the atiioiint of Ijll.lM.I.'.'il). IfaVlliH ma treasury 1110 owner of i:irl.7:.fiol. The silver account shows tbe amount held. InrltidlnK frac tlanal coin, to be 1 l.OK7,31 . anainst which tbere were ririiticae outstanding to tbe amount of $71,67H,8U1. leaving thu net treasury ownershipof siiverof is,jUS, 400. In tbe pant two month the increase in treasury coin has been $3,7l)J,.'W4 though OUrlllK tuis lirruu iu olinod $ I0H t9, and the holdings of silver increased 7,t!W,2ii. Wbetner ttiis process of excbansinK treasury pi Id for s lver, says .. our ess.ern lUibority, ia to continue until the latter Bunp'anta the former, ia becoming au angaRing question. At tbe rate that tula excuaiitfe ruuva...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 June 1883

7 TflM VALLA WMMLintttnALV.ftW1WnAY,.1VNtti4, IflM, in MISBE'PHESEHTATIOfl, y1 UwptlUow l ranfitfl )y nil tionofM hmln Triffts ., . fjffiioin lo ww flml a company of men professing to b honorMt re Iftrtln to 1lio mlwrpprrnpntntlnn of anolhxg prorlnrtlona In order to ln prr8 thfl ronnitnptlon of ttinlr onn. The advertisement pnnllahcd, nndera valuing; Ir. I'rlcft'n Cream Unking I'owdnr, are aholnh-lr fals. and the parties publishing thf m know It to bo no. The repeated analysis by many eminent r.hrrnlHt. thronghont the country, ihorr the superiority of PK. PRICE'S CBKAM BAK1KQ POVTMEK. - Mo Ammonia, nor Alum, nor Tartaric Add la used In It It la one of the oldest and most generally used Baking Powdera In the market, and IU healthfnlnegg and effeetlTenen hare been tested In a million homes, by the consumer only reliable teita, THE TEST OV THE PTES and yeara of dally cse. It la to-day, aa It altraya baa been, the MOST HEALTHFUL, PERFECT FRUIT ACID BADMG POffDEB. THE BUSINESS WORLD COMM...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 June 1883

Tllli UAt.LAH WKWKf.V IfKfMMl. tUVUHtlAY, ,tVNK i, inM. 10 'NIK WA8.S0N' TlilAL tk fiperterf WIIm From t'nllfornl ArrlrM and IMall VThut till Knew of toe Japan. ArntiFit In A Yerj Flattering Arrnunf of hi Service. Coluiinl Terrell Also Teslliles to Oood Character. Little Legal Sparring Court, Among tlie Which is Sot Very Favorable to the l'risoner. Dcf'Dddut Bents his Case To-Dpy San Aktonio, June- H, Pursuant to adjournment, the Wasson court-martial met tbia morning at department headquar torn nmmntlv at 10 o'clock, with a full court la uniform, and the accnsed in fatifue uniform. The minutes of the pre- ceding session were read and approved after which C. M. Terrell, the chief depart' went paymaster, took the witness stand on behalf of the accused. The testimony summarized, brif fly, waa that hehad known the accused since 1877, and found him on duty here in 1373, when the the witness came to the post to take the station; during the past (is years and a half their oliicial and bo r...

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. — 21 June 1883

THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNK 21. 1883.-V0LIJ.ME XXX. MLML'EI! to. FOR THIS WEEK OILY. Became they won' I list any longer, If they even hold out for the week. We hare never marked good! io low, and may never do so again. These reductions, however, serve our objeet, and we are satisfied. They make business for us, and at this season of the year we hall with de light anysource that will bring this about aarWE HAVE EYEBYT.BIN8 WE ADVERTISE AT THE PSICES WE ADVERTISE. -Wl Worsted Dress Goods ! IN LIGHT WEIGHTS AND SHADES. )1 nVKiPl WE ARE OFFERING AN ELEGANT LINE OF LIGHT WEIGHT Al lit VhSilO Wors.ed DamasBees, wrought lu choice patterns, reduced from 25o. AT 15 CENTS AT 20 CENTS AT 25 CENTS ALSO AT 25C. AT 33 CENTS AT 50 CENTS WE WILL GIVE YOU CHOICE OF A LTNE OF WORSTED PLAIDS, Summer Styles; these goods are worth 3 JC., Just double what we oner them at. YOU CAN BUY OF US A HAND80MB SILK MIXED WORSTED IN pretty combination of color and pattern; we have sold th...

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. — 21 June 1883

run imm.am vmsm t.mm.hii'A v, .n.ivf. im,x IN UKNKIIAL Jlpi;orli Nperlal tnmmerf Ut 1le (frain-Mtoika ind the, MtptC A ClocinnaV. i'.rrwer, shoots on Provocation. ,0y ,,Br f"r In 2 Ai'tf'i'tt llelmont. liurlal of those Unfortunate Infant at SuntlcrliMd-AflrecUns Scenes. II kh TVuU-r iu Missouri and Araiiii- Much Apprehension. Ajia Other Events at lHfferent Poluts, Nw York. June .19 -Speclal.-Gov- e'liuienta steady 3'a 1-8 higher. Kxchanfte 485 1-2 to 489. u.iirniuU dull at.d irregular. Gulf, Coloradt & Santa Ke first., 113 1?. Rid Grande firsts, 111. t jh v-ihe. Rio Grande division firsts. 84 5-8. Oalveaton. Harriaburi & 8an Antonio firsts 104 1-2. In ternatl era 1 104. Stocks dull and steady. Denver & Rio Grande firsts, to 1-2. Houstou Sl Texas Central, 70. Missouri, Kansas & Texas 31 3 8. Missouri Pacific, 102 7-8. reran A Pacific. 38 5-8. f!nitnn barely steady; spots unchanged lfl nf the duv. 60,400; Galveston arrivals, .10.1: futures 3 points higher. rv,rTa- anot...

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. — 21 June 1883

THK PALL AH WKXKLY ilV.UAUtVtWUHilXY, ,WNH lm Steam Pumps, pullers, beli-a um- munrn. pine, John Deere Flown, rindnuaii turwi iro, Turubull Wagons. "Pride of Texas" Com Mills, Holtlng Cloth. Will furnish plana aud apccil ca- lona for Souring mllli, eta. Bend rr pncee ana Onr rnntto in small protlla aim quiet sales. FIMCE AND COTTON rlNANCIAL. An eastern financial paper comes out strongly in favor of railroad presidents giv ing full statements ot tbe physical and financial condition of tbe roads under their control. Men who on n stocks and bonds now study railroad matters more, and show an anxiety to ascertain what .mnniia iha hnxinesg men have for their apparent mistrust of the management of the roaus in tma country . uouoin, uu fortunately, lessening charges is usually taken as confession of previous extortion, aud the enormous reJuoiionof late years j,.nnrrallrni.il rates has stimulated ratner than allayed publio antagonism. This Ik wholly owing to the almost utter tiBPlant of the...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 June 1883

ill v, 1 1 a r , i m ytv.YM fv mnsiM Tinm mv, ,mmm, maa, HIP, UU. fMll.V l!F,UAM. J j front, M.iiott haw .i..!!.? t til fnalnfflii ' fl.,. otl Wiattof ilM, M samn.l It la claimed that oraniis peel will ,n nnar fultir become th most popular fur klncillngptirposes. If the banana peel '! tli water melon rind ctn be utlliid In the time manner tUe public otiUt to cor, (train late Itaelf. Hiikhman. In remain to run for governor of Ohio and posing aa a statesman Instead, U reported ai taving added largely to bis presidential boom. He would De aoout as venerable a randiaate aa tbe democrats could wish for. Thi Democrats ol Iowa are hopeful with a Republican majority In the last cam paign ofCO.000 staring them In the face. From this it would appear that political cyclones have been keeping pace with the physical up in that region. mma Gould's colors on his new yacht are a big"G," on a yellow background. His the exact Image of a small-pox signal, More terrible than small-pox has thia load tha...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 June 1883

r v TIM DAILAM nKKfiV HfCtMM), THi;.HIJA V. ,fNJ, j.., .una. SOUIAL-PKIISONAL lOsaa.enxciiit ter" Ihl TeaAeras f the Fast Vrcek. The .Sweet iilrt (.rilunle mid Urolher IIiict Mliini culc. lior l'ersoiul .lli-ti lou-Olliei hlstiT I'lllM. T.n past week has been (it voted to Cora mencernents, not only In tbia city, but at almost every nolut In Texan and "tli tatts" where the ambitious "seminary, "academy" or "college" pointa ita cupol sky-ward. Heartily glad that the worry, turmoil and beat of the occasion are over, one's mind intuitively reverts to the thickly crowding trlumpha and pleaaurea of that week, for here were quailed the cup of youthful success without any of the bitter -dregs that lurka in the flagons of the here' after. The crowded hall, brilliant with the dainty oolora of the fuir; the aubdued chime of feminine voices; the soft swish of the fans; the rostrum with ita aeml-clrcle of graduates, of whom we are one; our Dlace in the programme is reached we step forward, thril...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 June 1883

MMir.nt i-snns. O. A. KEATING, .i a . Wholesrjio Agricultural ImriomcrAts GIWS 'AND WILL MACHINERY. STATE AGETFOR: Furat & Bradlfjytanufftcturing Company. PJowCultivators and Sulky pakes. ErielCity Iron Works.' Engines, Boiler and Saw Mills. Ohio SU el Barb Fence Company, J. I. Caso Steam and Horse-Pper Threshing Machinery Fish tww' Farm and SpringtWagons. THE BUSINESS WOULD COMMERCIAL. D&U.A8, Joes 19HtwfU b seen by re ferring to reports in tbecottori column ot thlijipe that the oonaolidated receipts for the tbree days ol tliia week are below those of the corresponding day last y ear. but the stocks at the ports are about 50,000 bales in excess of last year, notwithstanding the taking by spinners have been very large. The growing crop is promising and the yield lor the coming season bids fair to ex ceed tbt of the present one. Under this con dition of aflairs the market is weak every where, and it will be seen that prices have declined during the past week both at the ports...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 June 1883

7 7 JOIJXTIIY'H CAPITAL.. rrogn"""' lha Hill IimMlgAtlun-Ai. Expert who C.n'l be Rttloi. by llio Art of Crow fX 11 III t Mil t IflV. How L'uile Sam was Slin!! l oa nil Side. A HlgLOmdnl'a Offering had aFinger In the Plo. Star-Route Brfldy Still Courts. Before the A Warm Reception Is Preparing for . Oklahoma Payne. . Miscellaneous Washington News Items. The Bill Investigation. Waihihotok, June 10. In the Hill in vestigation this morning, General S.elnwli was cross-examined: q If yon should take one stone in any course and apply It to the standard cost which roles, under the contract, through the whole building, and that stone ehonld be a Try large one with a great deal of sur face cutting, would It not show, as com pared with a smaller atone, an excessive cost which would rather be apparent than real? A.H would not be possible to compare at welve-ton pilaster, which required much labor to move it and costs $5 per foot, with a small stone requiring but little surface onrtinv and costi...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 21 June 1883

TI113 WALLAH VfilcKtiY McitAtA THtHtflOAV, .MfNK fll, 1"KL OF Sl'ECIATi 1XTKUKST lII((h-llD(lod Otitrnffn on American Cltlrim In Mexico. Conflned In Filthy Tblnuent Dunirfoii ou tho lTrlext, "With Their Llm Knilniiirored Infuriated Huh. by nn Cauda Cnpltallttts are CflnitiBto Texan to I live su A loutig Mississippi Minister Shoots One of His Cloth. A Terrible Cotastrophe Occurs in an English Village. Other Sews Items of Special Interest a nivh-ksndml Outrage t lw June 16 rSuecIal.l Late on the evening of the 13th the north-bound mixed train on the Mexican national ran n rh at Conductor Forbes, ran m nil billed a Touotc Mexican named Cnnkaa .ahnnt seven miles north of t. wa ....... Vayion ft apems the Mexi - A .iaat a rwln and tall he- tween the cars and was run over. The train men knew nothing of it at the time. That night an the south-bound train passed the place where the unfortunate young man was killed, they struck, as the en gineer thoUKbt, two clves. The train was stopped and ...

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. — 28 June 1883

j-pv-j 1 7 J1 i i THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD 5 DALLAS. TEXAS, TIIUIiSDAY, JUNE 28. 1883.-V0LIJ.1IE A AX. NL'MliEl! HO. I, r . i The People's Favorites ABE AGAIN BEFORE THEIR FRIENDS WITH SOMETHING ATIBACTIYE. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN SILKS! IS THE LATEST BATTLE CRY. We have cut prices In two. The tessools J list now at Its height, and we are already giving you bJrSalM We will not wilt UU the teaaon A over, prefening uAave our patrou. reap ben eflts while they are of uie tj them. s I L K S. SILKS. OUR 50-CENT SILKS Are composed of aline of Fancies lha, were marked laat week 65o, 75o ana tl They are all Mo now and will remain; 60o till all are sold, which wo ex pec will take about three days. s I L K S. SILKS. OUR 75-CENT SILKS Are two lots; one Is a fine quality Check Burah worth II 25, and the other au elegant line of Foulards, wo. th 1 iii. s I L K S. SILKS. OUR $1.00 SIIKS Are a Hoe of 24-inch Check Surahs, in new combinations. They are elegant styles, and far below value; in fact, it is...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 June 1883

TM DALLAS WKRKLY 1IKI.AU' C rroTn. r.i.Morr ham. 01M !! Blatter. ... in THK uiitm ariitiui. nu-ii.-""" HKI'OHTINM tHK. Mr, It nil with extreme reluctance that we linallv concluded to publish the proceed- i... In lb IUbbi Bclivill. Iliveitlnallrn now n-einn bad before the executive board of the Jewish congregation. It u a matter that, perhaps, seems to the very .riiRllvd(soofed m fitted for rather a class of journal! thot exclusively devote their eniumna to the scandalous In the social libera than for a uei'f ral newpsper that finds its way intoao many laiuily circles, Hut the cise ia one t f such prominence on account of the high official position held In the reliirioua world by the aeieBouui in the prosecution, ana because of tlio unquestioned eharacter of the prose cutors, that it becomes ot widest interest and deepest significance. It is somewhat akin In this regard to the celebrated Jlp-gcHKR-TiLTOit suit, the full details of which, during the trial, were daily flashed on the wi...

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. — 28 June 1883

7 T.IM DALLAM WlfliCKLY HMIIAM),Tin;HN.fM V..MJNK J093, Steam Pnmna, pullers, helm.. tr flitlnm. pine. Jhn neere Plow, t Mrinpaii nrnea wire, Turnoull Wagons. 'Tride of Texas'' Com Mil l. Bolting Cloth. Will furnish plane autf epeolflca lone for flouring mllla. eto. Bend for prices and terms u ws have no local agents In your vicinity. Our mntwt la mH profits and nnlelr lea FDffANCE AND COTTON FINANCIAL. Tn it Financial Chronicle Bays of the sit- nation financially that the failure! of live or sis large speculative firms in the grain and provision trades doinK business in Chi cago, during the past week, were not wholly unexpected, as it had been publio gossip for more than a month that certain houses were carrying a load of those products which was evidently straining their re sources; but ft was considered possible that a spell of bad weather, either here or in Europe, might strengthen the roarKets enough to carry them through, and there lore it could not be positively assumed that ...

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. — 28 June 1883

. . . , ; r Till? HAfiLAH WHKK .V HICHAM), T1HHHIM V, JlfVla 103, U0T11AM MUST. Tim Metropolis Hern a lime Horn, It Mlioiilil Tliitt Ih, Without tlie AMlstnnre it SucctaclM, Soft SpoU In the Hody Politic. w Yobk, June 21, 1883. Special Cor respondence. Hot ! Well you cao stake your last dollar on the fact that at tlie nrewnt New Yotk city ts Hie niOBi uncom fori ible pbee outside Hie realms of Tluto. To see tbe mass of humanity toiling daily trying to keen cool i painful In the ex treme. Those who have not visited the most populous portions of the city in tbe lower wards, can form do Idea how human beings lire, piled up as they are with scarce breathing space, the air scented with tbe odor ot foul smelling sinks, redolent with tbe emanations of decaying garbage piles, beftgars description by even the most fertile bruin. Viewing tbe city trom the broad acres of Texas it seems astounding to know that more than a million souls live on the narrow strip of land called Manhattan Is land T...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 June 1883

SOOIAWTOONAf.. FNlil.m' fallacl" ami Foil Ion a Hrrn at a DlNUnrf. Tb 0llmlst'n View of Ui" ))iii-1Ioii Rvlrnvij. Somnthin SiiLrtfll v unit IVrtliii'iit. The summer fualiioi s arc lloweruig In all their glory, and the strents la the earl; evening resemble mammoth walks In a limitless flower-yard, tbe "loses" aua tbe "tulips" possessing; the additional charm of motion, and there Is a constant aucces slon of brilliant kaleidoscopic effects. Taste and good sense seemed to have presided at council that promulgated what one ahould wear, and those of moderate purse, as with the more fortuue favored, can enter the lists for tbe admiration of man and the envy of woman the goal to which every well-regulated leader in fashion is pressing, There are no efiorts at the startling, but the grotesque and the quaint are reached ' by another route than through a breach in the proprietiea.Even tender childhood and hahvhood mast rass under tbe supple but just so far flexible wand. And what is tne resul...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 June 1883

A. KtATIfto. Resident Farmer 0. A. KEATING, DAL1 AS" TEXAS. Wholesale Agricultural Implements GINS AND MILL MACHINERY. STATE AGENT FCW Furst & Brailcy Manufacturing Company. Plows, Cultivators and Sulky Rakes. ErieCity Iron Works. Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills. Ohio Steel Barb Fence Company, J. L Caeo Steam and Horse-Power Threshing Machinery, Fish Brothers' Farm and Spring Wagons. THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL. Dalias, June 20. The season has so far odvnru-ed that there is little interest felt in north Texas regarding the cotton marxets of the country, save to speculators alone. The planters and buyers are not much in terested in tbe advance or decline in prices as the staple has nearly all been marketed. The future markets do not point to ad vanced prices during the coming season, and if they prognosticate anything, it is low prices for the next year. The only ohange in prices during tbe last week bas been a decline in Ualveston of a sixteenth, although the outlook generally ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 June 1883

TIIH tlAMsAH WKVMIsY UttttATrmttlHUAY, .MHVW, MM. PITH OF Till! IMIKSS. tlfnrrl ( rook Hntlnfarlorll En plain lb Hun Curio Hrnr. The rrmlilput Approve l Wmoii (oiirtnmriur ' nillii.' Bfd Tup Won't Kf Out il'f 1'.hiit liniiilyrani. Bill IVrJurcs Hli.mlf .Some Moie TUe Coils Tlglitnlii7. The Waters Subsiding and Hope Whisp ering To the Despairing Planters of the West. Other News Notes of Importance. Washington Miscellany. Washington i June 27. Secretary Chan dler has decided to permit Commander Frederick Smith, who was court-martialed for duplicating pay accounts, to realfrn. The secretary says al though Commander Smith has been found guilty ot duplicating bis account in more than one case, he thought his actions not such as should prevent bis being allow ed to resign. The following correspondence has taken place between General Drum and Crook in reference to the report that the captured Apaches bad been forced on tbe reservation at Ban Varlos; Adjutant-General's Office, General Crook...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 28 June 1883

I SI'KClAIi SUIUKCT8. Hew York Mperlal (.'omiiir-n lal Tlc gram-8tocln and the Miipie. Etenti at the State Cnpllal-Wariii Weather and Little Work. Synopsis of Decision; or the State Court Yesterday. A Very "Singular Means of Committing Harl-Karl. Tw Arkansas Boys Take Their Last Swim. Cmk and his Captlves-A 'ut to Crack. ther Events of Special Interest. New Yobk, June 23. Special. Gov ernments dull and steady. Railroads quieland lowir. Fort Worth & Denver firsts, 73 1-2. Texas & Pacific, Rio Grande division first, 84. Missouri. Kansas & Texas 6's, 82 7-8. Houston fc Texas Central, firsts, $111- Galveston, Harrlsburu t San Antonio firsts, $1.4 1-2 Stocks dull and shady. Denver & Rio Grande 45 3-4, Missouri, Kansas & Texas, 30 1-2. Missouri Pacific, 102 3-4. xasi Pacific, 37 3-5. Cotton dull and steady. Spots the same; sales ol this day, 30,406; Galveston arrivals, 485; futures 5 points higher, 62. Ceflee weak; Rio 9 1-2 ; easy; sales, 34, 750; futures 15 points lo...

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