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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

THE BALL AS WEEKLY HEBALB iaiXAHTKXAa TIIIIl!SIUV.lllIV)'J(! ItM-VOMIMK .MX. NO. III. eh g .Ugtaw H M&azl m P ' i JC2d III r i by b fa M rt M UJ jzi- lis 3 A oS2 fei ri ' NEW YORK. Ially Commercial Special Telegram. Niw York July 24.-Special.-Govern-ments Arm; 3's 1-8 higher. Railroads dull; Missouri Kansas & Texts mortgages 82 6-8; Texas & Facific Rios 82 1-2. Fort Worth fc Denver firsts 72 1-4. Iron Mountain S's 70 1-2. Stocks dull and feverish; Denver & Bio Grande 28. Houston and Texas Central same. Missouri Kansas & Texas 38; Missouri Pacific 102 3-1. Texas & Fdcifio 5-8. Cotton steady; spots same; futures 3 points higher. Flour and grain trafflo on granger rail- roads rapidly increasing. Western Union business is still delayed. Killing and Other Notes From Oenlson. Damsoa- July 23. Special. When the Missouri raoifio freight due here at 0:30 last night reached Warner three miles north W. H. Skinner head brakeman was missed. A man went back and met Gam- br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

THE OIIKAT 8TUIKH. Atturdaj'i Hn Down t'pon Draws Hattl. Sunday GIt a Itreathlng Hpnrfl for Ihe llelllf erenU. The Wntn Union Grimly Hearing Its Burden. The Festive Striker Seeking Solace In Sport. The Messenger Boys of New York Be. coming Infected. There's no Bufflnnlsm or Ruthless Klot. log to Record. The Situation is Becoming Interesting. AT CINCINNATI. Cihcihsati July 21. Superintendent Miller of this othce says be baa obtained the services of several good operators to-day and sent away some of those shown to be incompetent. The lines are working with reduced force. An order has been is- sued to pive the men sullicient rest. The usual market reports irom Chicago were -not received to-day. AT CHICAGO. Chicago. July lil.-Oilicials or the West- ern Union in this city re- port a continued satisfactory condi- tion of affairs. This morning a good work- ing force reported lor day duty and all roes- aees base been worked ex- noHitinnalv. Colonel Ulowuy re ports an improved condition of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

T Tin; woki.d ovkii. t lull Who Will Hot Ailm't '.i'. of Ant III II .& lliolem. Mili.ut'd hj Precautionary HMure the Disease. to Restrain Intorestlnar Notes From Mexico. thf. City of CItliens of the Mound Clly and the Sunday Lair. Other Foreign ond Domestic News. The BUI Investigation. Wabhhotoh Jnly 21.-Coleman opened vthe proceedings to-day before the EM in- vestigating c mmittee by rendtog en affida- yit com'plalnlDg that papers called lor by the prosecution were firet Inspected by the Defease who had ample opportunity to suDDress and destroy an paper calculated ""damage the delenae. Totten emphatically denied he had examined any papers called for by Coleman with the single exception of annnimportant letter put in evidence. He also denied that any papers bad been suppressed or destroyed. He thus char- Ptriied Coleman's methodof procedure as dina7y. Coleman replied that it was a matter of jest in fice of tba supervising the of- architect bad not hJen smart enough to secure the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

H.IH II II I " ' TUB MU.AS WKF.KIA IIKHAU' fl.aa. all Wal'TBMBM tkhmii or m)iMoKirtioi! .fly Tie Copy ""' On oionln Three ral ' X mouths "' Clue year 1:;:;;;iv ftr I 1 IX' 1 60 I CO 18.00 mttvj. oopT.tt.wn tauu ;;:;. v3 On copy. lx months f j M .plxi;'edflftyii'oiiu' B5ft ETS5.Vmc. money order or check "rhftMnld Ub.lon Tour paper and "&??Sp changed must give .HTATIvn Of ths HlBALD are again in the "field gathering materials for th.nnbllcatioil of our annual September edition W purpose making the Beptem. ber edition of 1883 superior to all preceding ones both in the completeness and quality -ndnnantity of matter as well as in gen. ral finiBh and typographical work. It -Ml be an edition o! 100000 copies or over .od will be distributed throughout tbe United States. Canada and Europe. As an -Ivortislnir medium it will never have been surpassed the southwest; while as a ..a. m.rnm. a thorough aim exnausuxc compendium of Texas her climate soils m.rMU and progress it will OS pene..- Ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

LITTLKTEKWEK. lnfornin'(lin(Jlifrd by I'llgrlnitK OffrtlKil-onoHlnrNUlP. Her f nllb In he IHarltafl liy ft Prrlotl of Vbf try and Houg. Magnitude tf Her Varied BMonrcm. Bt. Louia. July 10. 183 -Special Corres. pondenee.j-oince writing uiy last 'f 'to tne HuuLD i nave had the pleasure ol Wi- lting many parti ol the state ot ami have added thereby much to my atock of Information concerning that common- wealth as well at experiencing a aeason of enioyment. Impressions of the stale ob- Wned by previous Tlslta and by reports wire favorable and these Impressions Ztrl rrtgthened by this last pilgrimage within iti Borders the pith of these im- pressions is. in a word borrowing a circus term how somewhat in KnBm0?L1' class of Americans accustomed to the use of tawiiry and graphic vernacular that Texas is the very Jumbo of states and that s she had her beginning in war and ro- iance her zenith will be parked by a per- j -e ant mnr nnd bv the DrorHa- tion of all those gentle arts which make a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

MOM VAKRO. Hew Ynkr Hlilpmnnti'm tfnulnn r Mm Miitr TfRiln. Sensation of Ihfl lBy-SII n f f Oie t'ountrj'i ViruiP. KollotfK in Hotter Water Than Krer. . . wuion July 21. Special corres. - . dc.r-.J-A ipwUl .sent of the goveru- ..ir.e. wutle at Jacksonville. Florida-I know bim w.U. but for obvious .... his name-wrote not long ago. to a dLuuKuiihed senator la VU inctoD: ..i h... lonnd. wbile investigating tlm ber depredation! tbat negro citizens of the United 6tttes are constantly expurwu ...... uniteu o tjj. nd .old into Cuban a . loan f urn Uh nw and date and name ot vessels engaged In the ne arious .Ht.hi business. I can give the names of plantations where the b lacks are taken and tell where they toil In Cuba:' Th.renaest was appended to this et er that It be shown to the president ot tne United States who was desired to give in . i n the auDDression ol r.. '..i.An.n African slave trade. The president read the letter and said the matr ewol"dbeconsideredvand o-by IX" b"yn.aid"pubii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

I Trri'SiMLMM wr..K..v hhiiamj TrfiniNiMVnrfV2. ihn.1. BOCIKTV-rKIWOXAL lainnlo Una of Urn Jlo.Onijr.fi llis "(iipn lint Nmiillrr VIM. Hit fur the Hungrr K"0it. .... 1...ll.. m.M. Th absence oi ni'ny oi " "" . . .t. i .itrmni heat bersol th social olrole tti "Xtretn k. .A..nn. and a consequent general lethargy bave kept matter In the social In a.1 rnnnt. thoroush dullness. Yet there were during the past week a oonple of lelloitoae assemblings mat no. b7 re- lieved the ennui of the hour but retributed in the highest degree . jt ..nnina enlovment. The one lowaru b""""t was the reception at the elegant mansion i. r.r. nparlv two hun. S ed guer.s.embi;d to partake of hi. oreo kuoov. .. 0.rBlui . Sed0 ZvaKto'stronin sweet or llvelyconverse with some fair ones and to hew the delicious strains of Meine's band M they mingled with the mellow moon- n'the preceding evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. irezevaui. - - -- ioteristio entertainment given by Shi gentlemen under the . an- TSlt tendere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 26 July 1883

i Till: WV.VMisV M'MMAh TIIUltHllAVf WtiY gfl HM. tl A M I tit i I DALLAS TEXAi Wholesale AcrimtHnral Implcmonta OlnS nd Mill Manliliiery iint for Kur A Bradl-y Manufac- turing Comiianr plows Cihl's- tnrs anl nii'ky K.kot. Kile City J rim Wii'ki Kn. gluu. bailors and THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMeltOIAL. ' ' Dallas July 24. The receipt of cattle ji.ina th nut wMik have been verv lib- ar!. In addition to the stock shipped to northern markets a ear of extra be el cattle was shipped to Marshall and to-day nnihr m Lonevlew. There Is a very' ac tive demand for veal calves but withHhe uraniinn ni thn few that are brought 'In with milk cows there are no receipts. Mut- ton sheep are plentiful and prices are not firm. Fat hog are in slight damend bat ttnVAr hufnre at anv time has there been such eager enquiry lor stock hogs as there is at this season. With the large receipts ni lioa tnitlr. There is averv reason shown why a stock exchange should be establish ed in tuts city. Horses ana muies are n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

r THE DALLAS WEEKLY HEBALB DALLAS TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 188..-V0LUMB A XX KO. 5. t i s. PARASOLS ! PARASOLS Our Parasol 'Department ONCE MORE TO THE FRONT. Every Parasol marked down and this time to a regular closingout price. Our sales of Parasols this season have been immense and to make this de- partment a grand success we intend if possible to sell every Parasol and not have a single one left. Below we quote a few prices and advise ladies wishing to take advantage of them to call at once before it is too late. No large lots left. HERB ARE THS FIGURES. lint Twilled Silk Sergo Fancy Handles 21 Inches ware 12 25 now U 50; r&SsrA at 2 BMXM for .18 .'towards for H10; now we offer the few remaining for 7 SO. bO CO c t!EgRemember this is sols this Summer ! Parasols ! COMMERCIAL. BT. lOCIS MARKET. St. Loci July 31.-Cotton steady; middling 01; sales 150; receipt! 125; shipments 050; stock 8350. Floor unohanged. wneai unsetueu higher; No. 2 red $1.04 7 8 cash and July; $104 6-8 to $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

FATA I j DlSAMM. A Lightning Enprw Tlungf Inlo Frrlxht dr. fVbolftale Slntighler of Trainmen anil rengor. npurtrendlne (.roans and Cries of Ih Unfortunate. The Scene of the Wreck Beggars Dc crlnllon. A Whole Famllr Hurled Ruing. Under the The Engineer Bravely Remained at Ms I'08t. Tartlal List of the Killed and Wounded .Rochester N Y. July 28 News was received here early this morning of a terri ble disaster on the Rome Watertown & Osdennburv railway near Carlton last Blent. As tbe Thousand Island train which was running at a high rate of speed on tbe main line reared Carlton tbe engl neer noticed a sing'e car standing on tbe track ahead of him. He at once put on the air-brakes and reversed the lever of bis engine but before the speed of tbe train could be slacked tbe engine dash d into tbe obstruction and instantly all was a cene ol wreck and con- fusinu. and the air was filled with the groans of tbe dying and injured. The en- gineer who heroically remained at his post was final...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

Till. DAM.AM UT.I.Kf.V lfl.l.AIJJf TIIIKMIM V AMI U. infill. mi mm. Jlrlkln?"SolMFrora Jinny I'roiiii- unit t'oltitiit Maltcru TrnnnplrliKr l Hip ?'nllolml Jrnrol Order In Honor of iiiurriil Ord. Interesting Feature of the Honing Regatta. The Attempted Iinpeaeliment of Major Ewlng a Farce. Judgment From United Slates Circuit Court. Other Matters Far and Near. The Telegraph situation. AT KEW YORK. New YorK July 28. The Western Union to-day removed tbe noMces "subject to de. lay" and all business will hereafter be taken as before the strike. The meeting of the striking operators at Clarendon ball was well attended to-day. No new developments. Tbe Western Union superintendent at Washington telegraphed that all business of the various depart- ments is promptly handled and the gov- ernment officials make no complaint of de- lays. AT CHICAGO. Chicago July 28-Snperintendent Clouery received tbis afternoon the follow- ing telegram from Mr. Somerville defining the situation in New York city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

LOCAL MAT IK U Hotel rcrUlnlntr to the I'lirtiigo the rofttufllcr. hi JJplHodo at the WlnrfQr-Ti!rgropun' l'lcnic. Other Scraps from Oier the City The newi In yesterday monrnR's IIbrald announcing that Mr. L. 8. Garrison ax"' or the Texas Express oompany hod been appointed postmaster ot Dallas vice Major Whlssen suspended was a surprise to all .. ii- .nhiort of much comment yes terday on the streits and In the business bouses tsncn a miug was uu for by tbe Dallas public and it them with a suddenness from i.i..h thiv hava not vet recovered. Th thtre was no mismanagement of the otfice i. . inrcilMl fact but it appears that in H tr conciliate matters to brine about harmony and weld together the two disaf- fected wings of the party here that Major Wbbsen wag sacrificed fur the supposed eood of the republican party while Sir. L. B. Gariiwin a rentlemau who is a stranger to both win h.. hm offered as a ueace offerinir. 1 tit-re ;u...l..iAnlir either WILL' and COtlSB' thur hn niHiiv sore h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

DOOMKD AND DAMNED Ton l-n-t Wofful Wall of rinyel-on1 Tarty. In IIia Shape of tin Addrew to the Th "Grnnil Old Tatty" Laid l ln State. OJut the Putrid Corpne Stliikctii x..nil XfrvertiltilCsK. U V ' - J ----- The "Sirocco" of Democracy Already Beginning to Hum. And the "Siar-gemmed" Republican Sky U OTercast. A Tyulcally Thin Text From the Gos- pel of Hate. A Pot-pourri of Pitiful Platitudes. ' Tue following to tlie address to be pub- ll.hed to the country on the 4th proximo by S executive committee of the Naiiotia Union League in advocacy of a further lease of power to the republican party . At the annual meeting of the executive mliteeof the National Union League heM a the Continental hotel in Philauel- B eS:D!hraetSa lu"of three be appointed by the .re and issue an address to the chMril nPn the Political .ituation of the KirV?" aSd Ibe undersigned were ap- 'tAuPuW thus prescribed wift'btwii and a profound feeling oi innhilitv to do justice thereto. At the same meeting the follow ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

L1TTLKTEKWKR 3crrHj of Wtrr Hut Iterr. Abiinditnro of JUrcnt or Hip Aur.cn.t.iral ami Mo. vliiuilcitl Fulr. Other Interesting Mound City Notes Rt. T.nim. Jalv 2(). fSpeclal correspond- noe. The people of Ibis unfortunate city re Id modiM res to for as several disasree- llf are concerned. In the first nlace we are In the midst of a sum' i. or nt nmisnsl ardor ana Intentlly. The beat aud the dint of the city make the or- dinary cares of life iieni burdensome. Those of our wealthy classes who have also leisure hare gone to some ot the various watering places (or the summer which fact only makes our unhappy lot more intolera- ble. Buch is the envious weakness of the human heart. The thermometer has marked 07 degrees in the shade every day for more than a week past wnicn tempe'a- ture is quite torrid enough to cause us all to lament the bald lot which has consigned us to toil. Then again we are in the midst ol the strike of telegraph operator and line- men but the readers of the Herald k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

r Tlfi: DALLAM WKKKLV MKIKALDi TDIltMDA V A CfJ. . IhhX SOCiETY-rEUSONAL. (illmpMK lulo Hallnn mid Oilier Ho cliiijr. Personal Mrntlim from Some Short Um f.r Siiuilay Kendliiif It Is not the easiest tlilnn In the schedule Of editorial labors to fill up a socltl Ov .lunin when there is but Utile in tbe line of tbe social transpiring. But according to an advertisement in a certain metropolitan ' Journal for a society editor aud this in onlj one department the banquet the more the wort the worse for ye editor We svmpatblilRgly end feel nKIy trans- cribe that advertisement as follows: -We have a vacancy on this paper for a ban- quet - editor death having been very busy with us in that department late- ly The fact that we have lost three this year should not however disoonrage can- didates for the position. The salary is $f0 a week and we supply the office swallow- tail ami nicelvcleanedkiilsintwo sizes. The editor has to find bimeelf inpaiils.vest.Bbfrt collar and necktie and be abl to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 2 August 1883

"i Meaioaat Farlnar irlnar o. a. ic la rtl I IB Wlio.erale Agricultural Implements (III it'll MM' Maniil-i'rf. ai i fir F ir. i Brill y M I'lUiSM- turn 0 1 niii I fti. Oil tors mi' ii.i'kv Rikoi. K to 'lllf Iru '. Ei- gi u'. B 3.4 Ami imMiH i THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL. Dallas July 31. Business in Dallas dur- ing tbe part week bas been active beyond nrvtrfaiii at. thU aaasou ot tbe year. Too wholesale trade bas been heavy and tbe snipmems 01 gooua " V"" r" ' ... l.lrtMBlina hnainafla nf the CitV. Mew industries are springing up almost daily wtaicb are attracting the attention of tbe trade all over the state. Tbe retail trade keeps pace with wholesale opersuoua. every department is In roost prosperous condition. There is very little old cotton now coming in but no doubt before another i r .! n lla or the new cron will have appeared on the streets. Prices j I . .. a nnt 1 nil Hut. are low sau iuo pruoireu -- ----teiing for an increase in quotations at the opening of tbe cotton f ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

IDALLAB WEElOJS' M.EKALD DALLAS. TKXAS. Til riltSIMV AIGtST 188:5 VOLUMK XXK JY0. Clearing Clothing Counters With the mercury 'registering one hundred (without 10 per cent discount) and liable to stay " at par for the next two months it is not too late to buy another SUMMER SUIT at the prices we are offering them. Remember our discount of 10 PER CENT on all Sum- mer Clothing and STRMV HATS. That our late reductions have been appreciated has been demonstrated by our INCREASED SALES IN THIS DE- PARTMENT. As an example of the prices we are now asK- ing for these goods notice how we have REiDUU&u the PRICE of some of them. ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SUITS. . Reduced from 110 00 to I 8 f0. then to $ 6 00; now lose 10 per cent at $ 5 40 Reduced from IS 50 to 12 00 then to 10 00; now less 10 per cent at 9 00 Reduced from 2J 60 to 18 00 thon to 15 00; now less 10 per cent at IS 50 Boys' Summer Clothing Coats Joe less 10 per cent. Suits 1 00 less 10 per cent "r Kilts 0e less 10 per cent Alpaca C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

b" 1 a IN' (iKXKUAli. Hfwrt ( Ih lr..mln.l"n m....1"l...t on l'upf r. r" Kaflnntl lt..tn"l '"" "f T"r l'romti iH iiirn. HmrUry FolgrT CrvntM lUfor... 11 Ih Depart nit-nU In Sot Cholcrn hut Malignant Distemper lu the haul CDonnell Brother or rnrev'a Mur dcrer Interviewed. Status of the SlrlkM nud Strikers Far and sear. . Some Other Telegraphic Sewn Notes. Department Notes. w.iiN.!toN. Aua. A. The coinace of .i.rtr.t .liver dollars during August wl'i amoUDt to $2340000 to be coined by the diifcrent mints as lollows: $1040000; San Kraucisco '4;(iuAew o tfinnniin-. Tarson City 8100000. The condition ot the treasury to-day was m fcl Iowa: Gold coin and bullion. WIO.WO; silver dollars auu uuu.u... am. irnlinnal silver coin S-MU.OS.WOJ uBtfd Slates notes. $50 109 W): to hi $4044 870.728; certilioates ot Rold 00.d43.. Sbrof silver. $73.8011251: currency. $12 ThVcommissioners of emigration at New York made a report to the acting secretary 1.0.r5... Ki .rrd to the reinon- atrance of the Briti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

T 'f'f I f UMMM f V f f 11 1 A f f I. MM I If ffUf I A V. A I fIf fW'l' (I I Li Li 'I I III V I 1 t I l U I lllillllil'l I ' r I''M SOCIAL-PKIWOXAL Minnie. nd Mlniillin of iHlilmmof MuttiM In i:pirr 1mlom. rcrtlnfnt. IVrsoiiul I'Miit .'flff-ntly Din k'-il nnrt I'rrrneriy n in e". $ton i.f Sm I;I Jul" " 'i'mirr. During the past wk 7 mutters lia.e been at a stand-still und save for Ihe double wedding event that toolt place at the First I'resbyteriun church there would have been an absolute dearth of news to stir the social atmosphere. A large nura bar of our citizens are oiT at the several watering-places or have gone north west or east to Reek for cooler temperatures or to indulge in the joys of snrl-bathing. Odb new theatre grows apace and the builder Mr Brownlee assures the public Mid the lessee that H will be in fullest readiness fr the opening as agreed on. in October. Many visitors to the structure have expressed great disappointment at the apparent smallness of the auditorium. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

Till. llMjMU.. tiralltitied ttnm riM t"i7.i- hn.V of th iiinifr i-m haule-flan with . IbroUKh It at AUoon. of noffivin B".'nL.i;.'hihite;i the muster-roll b?fttmi.. U.clc bad at Teiine Kidqu.rier. Co.llerute money to .y oil Vbwer. ny ex-nlon .oldler. and MveraTTm tbe reKtar array on 1 be 'S. Araon those present were : er?nd... 5 liravaon county and ' V Oollio couoty. Ail seemed to unite intbe enjoyments of tbe occasion. Th. riitaeni vied with each other in show rnVhospitalitleitotbe visiiots. in every log nofy -..unmed tbe stranper aud nouse iu - - - citizens' bomes have been provided lor the occasion cots have ueen 1 . suitably eiuer- 1ln ;Tl !K Whatever may be laikiur the eltVens of McKinney certainly nTh .r. i Roodly number of Ketor s Texa brade here. There was a cos.ly flag presented to tbem.but the giver's name "iboSfafty TFUrtnrt'. regiment have reaiste id. principally alt from a distance regisie v hioir kept away by K-WhoidameaWtonU Th.ru are bnt few of the ex-nnion tauiiers ...

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