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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 September 1883

THK i-Af.f.AM WPMKtiV IfKlUf.f). 'VtUUUilW AMUV.S'JJ. HMlrHMIH ao f. CITY M4W8. A frtclplloni Tiimlila from l-ofij ".riifTiilif. Conn' Court Adjourns Until Xrx' Nov cm Iter. liar Mtwllng 0'hr Loral Sew. FALLOW TWO PAINTKHH. tleorge Tilly and Janios Flniiitfan palnl- ers. were precipitated by tbe full of their scaffold yesterday morning while engaged In painting the hnu?e of George Doylo on Elm street near Murphy street to the ftronnd end both mma or lens Injured. Tilly won badly braised and Fimilgan sus- tained seiious Injuries whictt necessitated his taking to his bed and summoning rmd- inal assistance liu la severely bruiecd end it is believed he received internal injuries. UO CODXT OOUUT IIU NOVEMBKIt. When Judge Burke of the county court toot his seat ou the beuoh yesterday morn- ing he inquired if the gentlemen to wbotn was referred tbe citiest'ou of the legality of holding a term of tbe county court at this time were ready to report. Judge John L. Ueury one of the gentle- men ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 September 1883

A IN GENERAL Th nation luiied to the Itfierra rennacoU. ConcrrnlDf the (Jreelej Itrllri; pedltloa Hud Manngfmnt of the I'roteuft liaiiffprons Voyage. Funeral Obsequies of the Editor of the Com merclal-Ad vertlHcr. Other Victims of Tulsoulu? by Canned luf. Cohan Filibuster ;Orgaulzer Sud dtuly Decamps. The Eastera Question-Newsy Uullctin National Kotes Washington Sept. 15. The followine. telegram was received from Lieutenant Commander Welob at Fensaola: I. on the 12th Inst.. Issued to the destitute about 1850 rations which 1 considered was ell I could do under the orders of the de- cartment. I am reliably intormed that a deposit of f 4.000 iB now in a banc In Pensa- cola aublect to the check ortbe reserve re lief committee and last nieht I informed the treasurer there of it. I thought I bad done all I ooulu at Dresent under my order No new cases and no deaths among naval forces. The Corean embassy arrived from Chi cago this morning. They were met at the station by John Davis first as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 September 1883

LOCAL LOHK 1 lie UlorloiH Rifn That Visited (he C'lly and Count. I'roptletary Medicine Matlcn-Hlolni Home. Other Matters bj the t'llj Editor A FIME RAIN FALL A most refrethlng item ia furuUbcil the Hibald tbli morning for whicn due ac- knowledgment of Ibe reporter and the thanks of the oommanlty re hereby ten- dered. Bince the fourth day of July last iih Ana or two fillcbt exceptions Dallai Und IIb immediate voinily had received a vflaharlan recognition from the weather sletiL oniy. jmou y iwi-uiuki moistened aympatDy. was youou- safed mortals here below in this section. 'be Streets to wuion reiarenco una ueeii j nt... artrfnn.ail mflrplv with A last so finely uiortured by passing vehicles . t uAm .TMuHinirivAhnnlinm tr. ivery branch of trade und every character t utaa Tho tpnhlnfit ntiff of wind was if r aught with a violence 10 ine average cm- Izen that made him forget that ibe ever gazed upon a house lof divine worship. Odious clouds lof crushed soil with not a sufficient supply ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 20 September 1883

tut. n.u.t.Au wp.r.KLV itkiuld. thihhday moiininc hiiptmmhku ao mi. rati en Beside. rtrH ft c A. KlfiATlNO DALLAS TEXAS. Agrionltnral X7holesalo Has n1 Mill dehtnTV ants for Fnrit A rsdley st.uiij ii nag tjoi'iw II1E BUSINESS WORLD covimkkcial. D4t.nn. Sept. 18-Tte recflp's of ooito- Inthlailiy fiomUic fuM of l ie in.intli to ihl Z-.' w. i..n itntiM.i what the we.edu tug the s-.ii. peri d y ar V wl 1 heaven that irl.ea h-.v Jinor.iv.-rt "': ' (a the last ww and the mii'lc t Is m. Fii. " .i. ut. .!... Inu. tmL soots at the awrrters do not sc-m lo to pond to this belter snellag. Oue. month ag iit.on m " '" MKh2rhliJl.. !) ) the market h.s advanced "he relme or grain have f.l en off during tlae laat week widen I In a great measure uwlnt "T. . ..7 .... nnt snare th time ZiS".! eottou flouts market thtir other 4srdu is. Prices f; all kind o a.-. Thn decline in st e-y heat -titeuortb'r.aab:ought ah utarorrespm-dlng "llne in fl vir. .....1 q.m a lf-nn on f.vei.ii brawls bavebeenre uce.t. -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

THE BAJLLAS WEEKLY HEBALD. DALLAS TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPfEMIJEIl ll 1883-VOLUME XXX- NO. 83. r BESPLESDANE I5gOUB AERAY OP NOVELTIES ! THIRTY-SEVEN DEPARTMENTS ! Each and every one of which la offering a 'line of attrac- tions fta the ? waVof SEASONABLE UOODS than can be equalled nowhere. . ' silk department: Onr Silk Department ! offering new broad rib Rhadziinlr in all tbeuew ooloringaat M.60 Bnme choice sbadlnfS In Glue orobangea- We Surahs at fl.U .... 19 A very handsome line of gT. gr. Bilks w Inches wide in every new bad at 1. Nnvpltlps In two oolor Brocade Bilks in new wS and coloring. ' Plain colors to match Kmbinuon.at per yard Besides some very handsome now'"!"'; begg ir description atid should be seen by all tovVrsot the beautiful and artlst.o. VELVET DEP'TMENT. Our Veivet Department is offering a Ml line of fiat pile Velveteens in all colors aud glase A btltet aricle in new plain shades only at ''black Velveteens from 50 cents to tl 50. 11 exceptional value ; full line of c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

Vaa I). Glut stall meUM. ST. lalMOATIO.NIt. Gu'f States-Mrtlf cloudy wcstlior n.l leal rain.; wl.Mo wM' I morally trom north to east; cooler wcatlii-rj lil ghcr 1 " ' weUpnr'lon. 1HHJ. ' '! 1.11. miiit education liua lullen Hit in Illinois. The eKUl.itor8 lliete liopod to make such o law rpera'lve whhniit penul- ties and it is merely R huKerteoJUi-er. Th qaeatlon now is whether It was good rucssing or aetnul calculation that enabled ?h MtroioRl.il to bit upon 1883 as a good year for earthquakes peaiiieucee u oenU? . . Tub vouuu uieu who have not yet seen i.! - clear to settle with their uncle are feelinR very cWl'y and blue these crUp mornines. Tbe oterooat will soon become a necessity again p The Canadian government cannot keep h m. in tha matter ol cheap postage and has retused to reduce postage rates In conformity to those going into effect in the United States on tbe itoi uiwwi. Robinson the republican candidate for M.caunhiKPtta. nas obbu iu coveruur w. oBtv ..... rrnm hla stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

HOLDING THE FORT. Tim Fnniior 8HI1 Firm on tho Colton (Jiicoilon Ami UchMn-H tu Hold Their Agnlnnt 1 1to Hiirir. Onu l'rovvtllii' nt V.Ntcriliij'H Melliir. J'lirstiiint. to iirnmetit of a former ilu..iiietlnK hBiit several days w tl' f lrmeti.iuetutll"'CJUrt-boUBe ia the dls- triot court-room yesterday mornlnR forllie pnrposo of henrlnu tlie reports from pre. olnct meeting held last B.itnrday tliroiijili- out the coiliuy. nr. wmra mvv r.. nlerttie that they would not poll any cotton Soon the ptiliiio market or Dallas exo.pt uuou the condition that it be waited by SiW the publio woiuhers ol Dal las comity. Mr W W Betiaitinn 'ha chairman of the maeiin called it to order and. Mr W 1 -Mail its senreturv. there were lnil delegates and larmers . aether present ami the reports Irom fie v.irmus i.rucioo'i aslaras heard Irom. show ttiul ihe pledge WTheevrl'!uy Oe'eu'.'l'S reported Urn follow ina Places dm hi.vmK held nieet'rgi and iivlnu number of Hirers v z : Me.qnite. 60- Boyles' -clmol-li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

TJ1K KXTItA MISSION Hon. John II. Cochran' Ylem on 1he Habjfcf. Keaioni why the Legislature Should be Convened. An Intmltw with the Reprt lenlaUre. Tbere hai been a good deal laid of lata concerning tba governor's calling an extra session of the legislature and meeting Hon. Juhn II. Cocbrcn yesterday the re porter plied him with questions which elicited tho following: Reporter. Is It your opinion that an ex- tra session of the eighteenth legislature wil be called by the governor? Mr. C I do not see how be can avoid it; nor do 1 believe be can make his adiu'nia- ttatlon a success without it. as an office. The fury of "the1 flames at this place made quick havoc ana but a mall amount ol atock was taved. .Then .ma th imnofiine two-story stone build tag ot Leon Brlu on the corner of the streets. occupied up stairs by a family and to be occu u hv nimsplt in a lew days for a dry L-ouda store. Nearly all of ihe contents were saved. The Kinnebrew flour mill and Knight's Btore were saved only...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

J 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS 1 ' Dratli of the Victim of Saturday MtrlU'l Shooting. HcitJirr Cumin?-Other local Sew. TALK WITH BUPEKINTE-TIBNT BA- KED W. WTKLEOBAl-H CO. "Yes sir be hM got tbe upper band o bli position and by tbe way boys that la rmithing remarkable" eatd a reporter last evening addreaelna several of the sans which fully endorse what he had su id con- cerning Mr. L. 0. Baker the superintend- ent of the southern divibion of the Western Union Telegraph company whose bead- quarters are at St. Lous and out of whom the reporters had been trying to eet some telegraph news. He Is a gen- tleman of aUauie manners courteous aDd uleaaant and Impresses one with the faot that it is the man who holds the position and not the position the man as is fre- quently the case where the pompousnesa of the person in tbe latter case is always pro- nounced. Mr. Baker stated that he was here looking after the general interest of the companv and that the operations of the Suit Colorado & Santa Fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

It UAU'MEKTISU. Slta1 II .notation of Kcprct Yt& on the Death ot Cotanrl Jamra M. I'Mrn nnd Ui-orRO r. Moore. lion. Aipniprlato Itniwrk by th l'r. At a meeting of tbe II ir a'soclrition . -teiuuvn.oruitig the committee app ! n to draft resolutions expri'sive of U tm i nients of the Ii-r s;eUitlon upon Jj.c dVtb ofC..l.iiri J.O. Ktilrii. r..rti-.l uj following res'.lulio;... w'uch wwe a-lop . Youi c in Iiieelii-ttfloforo appoint.! to draft relations expresiive ol the ei timents ot ibis ss-.ti.tmn upon the ilea I. ot our late brother. Col.mcl James 0. V.u. ... 1... .1. ...1 iI.Ih h'n in tl.e cry d nil.' on the Till day ot Sei.tt mber laHl. beg leave to rennrt us follow : ' ejuuty T. nn. se-c on tl.e 9.1. day f t Ser Ietu.K-rVl7 und was 3'1 years of a "a at u timeith.s.ieaih. Wneuaboy be. entered the Conf.h rate army. " " lJ"'.' rve.l Willi distinguished !'-ry t;l UrB close o. tba war after wnich he removed to t .a in- uVan Territory and iiwnce to tl.e cuv of l.ills where he entera...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

y 7 JJ3 I SUNDRY "VSPKCI A LS. tialfMU'" Tlfl ' I'' "fT'Tlnif From nn Id Fnin'or kkinputm Tim Fir W'"'1 Tin m fjr $20000. Ausilfit TlioCupUnl'n Mine llei.tcn Ijj Ilia IJrownn. Grecuvilh': i'Miill Uolnmr Get In His Work am! KNcapes. Stoclitou: Floods Caused by the Recent Bain. Tcxarkana: Judge Lynch lo Caro for a Negro ItuvUher. Otlitr Intcrcstlnir News by Specials. G&LVBWTON. Galvkston Sept. 21. Special. There are no new development) to note in the ice -aupplv In the city and the only company Laving any frigidity Is the Neptune Manu factoring company which Is turning onta amall quantity doily. The change of the temperature permits the packers of fish and oysters for interior markets to get alow with less quantity than during the hot days. Early in the week the wind abided lo the north and northeast this morning and has continued to blow quite briskly. This afternoon the tide was run- nine out at a moderate rate and there was considerable swell outside. The rain which fell copiou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 27 September 1883

r leideni reel DALLAS. TEXAS. Agriotiltqral "Wholesale Sln and stll. liohlnry. .nil for f url .redley Mitimjuc- King Cmp"r. llne Cultiva- tor and ulky gako. Erie t'.ty W.i'ks Kn- IMCNMt lllltMtl alueS Hollers and "( iaS eaaa-IOflart .--.1 . 'THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMKIICIAL. Tlx lxo Rent. IV Now that the trouble re- cudlng tiie wls-h'ng of coiton io IIiIh oltv ore h- ti.inH O' the r.at.nUiiters who have be. li i hoi Hug ba k thes'apUiii.t; Iraat'e 1 wore It la wit settled sue prnmiiiK m ..in. In lthat Dslln l aoittt l'u Kdeium mark. In north Texas iind planters will 7al Ihemselve of lh advantages itonvr io this larticti'ar. Tiicte Is noeli-iwelu .a.. 111 111". ..-Irirf hH niVfct WCOk I I EUV-i". .v "hiv. il "ankd . slx'eeiith. 1 lit at all the other poit and In I lveiv"l they n e ai III vhb f ...0 i .li f lv itrices KclpwYn thl. city are very llbtr.4 and a. in- Tbinr!l!!yih"f..neacff very nnte.liiUy from whit Vy w3re one week ! d "j iauc.i iho price of co m has a Ivaiifif.l rvJ....t. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

J THE ' BALLAU IMLMHTKXAH TIIIJIISIMV OGTOHKIt I IHaa-VOMMK AMMO. .U V IT WILL GET COLD! No matter how 'tis now Jack Frost will put In his appear- lance soon. Tnereiore db wiso jinprepared. Blankets! Blankets I Blankets I That's our err We have them. sro not UNPREPARED. How do you think we got them? If youhaTe read tbo papers recently you have leurnel tbut Eastern mllU have th U i sut- Mnufr"red from an over-production I hey sought an outlet and 'ouud it iu the Auc lion .m ToeaTwM advetilsed. and our tuyjrs wore there. The prlco. were to low that they bought more than they should and n jW wb must unload. Hotel Keepers Boarding-house Keepers Boarding Schools Young Housekeepers Old Housekepers Merchants and Consumers Generally GIVE ATTENTION COLORKD BLANKETS 1 l.alTofla SU1U yrauii. . . .. . WH1TJS BbAHKE B. WH Dave bueui ai also at 1 8. w. . .niiini. tnm i ss 25 and a v n.w v.....n 7 - . . vnn fthnn (i 6ee tnose at o ou. aua pllll we i-achihH FINEST QUALITY at $17 SO ULANKETS shewn a...

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

Tttn um.lw- wtxki.y uvmmau tihjihdav H roVM imu Till WKKKIjY 1IRU4M). (.i.irl"I.MTT 4 HAM. UDHMTIOMB ..hr. ea.terly to f"lh .ywlndriUtlon-.ry or slight la lb. lem- Tirature- stationery or lower """"" 4THKUA. onvOIIKH 4 be m... ilnttrt.r. .Inurnal thinks that belore thi tiro next year Rood many In this country will be willing to P7 Hoe re ward lor lost presidential ooou" r r-i ir .11 Commercial savs that v.chusetu baa beretofore been calle .. t . ci.i. hnt it should now me viu -uttj -- . designated as the Old State at Bay. Thi national colored convention began nd ended with an address the tenure or burden of which was that the laws enacted especially for the negro are not enforced. 80MI of the e.e7nW 8ealn Bn ominous meaning In the fact that the only aan nominated by the republican convention at EichBeld Bprings is sexton. Thi New York Sun is being overrun with letters asking if its candidate for tne presi- dency is the man who invented the "liver pad ? ' There is something in a name...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

0 r LOOAfi LKXICON. Henrf Hhanki Undff Krnimlnation for Murdrir A Totm Mnn' Costly Sport With Jlerolrer ther Sewi Note uf Local Iiilcmt. BANK' EXAMIfUJIO TUlAi The exarolutt. trial of Henry Sharus -bo (tabbed and killed Anut Wiemer in East Dallas Wednesday morniDg began yesterday before Justice Kendall and will beresnniedtbls morning. County Attor- ney Clint appeared lor the prosecution and Mr. Sear for tba dcfcnus. I onr witnesses have so far been examined Tiie prisoner esdir. ' TbereT. nslderabl. teeing P5 T n.- irinino. Weimar the de feased bad a good many friends and the V prisoner bad nuniabr who are rather pro- SouDced in eiprossing their views ol the t killing Tbe deceased was a member ol T .u. t n n . In ood standing. The tes- l timony given so lar is about ibe same as taat. eliciieo. at vuo uw""" - A COS1XK SHOT. A young man named Bell who snbse- qu3iitly registered at the station house as D. Gluick took in the city Thursday night and by 3 o'clock yesterday he bad arrived a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

T ix Tin: TOILS. JL rhyhlclnu Arrested on Mti'lrni'tl.;('. tlinru ' TheVlcllm a Yotmff 1 Critical I'onditlou. Must A Sad Affair-Cither local Nnvs The arrest and lncarceratlon'ol Dr. W. I n...inn k. p.t. Marshal Arnold. 8.Hurdn UUIUlu "J J ' ' . !. nn ih nharue of having performed an abortion on a woman that evening who gave ber uame aa Nellie lioyu. a onei ac nf .hirh was eiven in Sunday's Hxtt ald caused a great deil ft excitement and speculation as to who the woman and the large mat. who visited her were. Dr. Gor- don came here some two weeks ao. pur- ' Sh.JShim nbu.- and a nice spsu ol black poniessndspoke ol :u Home aua prsuuiiiuK - -:. lather suddenly on account of a di lloulty f . u. u f unaeuheiuier. a wile it is saiu no urea"". -". outraged hUBband Bred several shots hi h"m which be sub.equeutly returned Leaving there be came to this c.ty which he ba Since made bs headquarters ba iir- Say night Mr. Hill who lives near the house of Al Hall colored where t he al- leged abortio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

clans ml I . 3doce all! I it any oil f his mlA I . the meuv I i in dlseaal ly used. it the Unit s. It beal ind maturl ober. ltM and mldjjl t the sou.! mr YEAR'S DINNER. A lff Time Yfntordny fit tlio Grand Wlnitxor Hotel. Urgo 5i.ml.or of "TorMh Auiouff tlio Iltutuvs Complimented by Manner HcIUicqdj. Yesterday an elenant dlnne rwas spread t the Grand Windsor hotel Riven cornplU mentary to the Hebrew rgutsts coramer- 32TSwe and home merchant. by Mr. 8 E. Mcllhenny manager of that fin. hos- telry. The menn from soup to coffee was all that the most exactim? V . -!niHrrve and the aopointmonts palate could crave ana vu throughout the f rvJ " tho0 present r Airman? of slouI.; Caro. ot Kansas City - . cinc'n. New York: r. - v"". "r New York; mot -is York and Messrs. Mr; 6ffiJ Be HirschberR G. Isidore 'Vftsclibere-. Alex OrMeib. .? and K'Fr'&aiott of Dallas Invited guest. celebration of the fcThieSKfcM "Yearfllosh HoBhannh. A theJewlsh New iear neyer M(. more Pe'a'lvetboard; and the curt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

TIIK DALLAM NVIWKf.Y UVMAtiUi 'VlWmUW (UmHWM i. tftRH.' li.'j AI I ntaiii;i). (Jusrrd Ovrr HMIkIoii HfHiilt In Murder. Aogatt lTelmcr Fatally SUtil)Hl IV. 11. Shituk. Tb3 Mayer Escapes la tbo Sight. A drunken dispute followed by the death of one of the parties adds another killing to the list started by Pruitt In this county in Its infancy years ago. Ho wis the first man ever arraigned in D4II1.S county for murder History don't tell What became of him. Among the many v.-ho tamed out Tuesday bight to attend the coutUcMtion in East Dallas were Y. 11 Shanks a carpenter and August Wiemer aciiiir manufacturer who after having dratiU more or less met on a vacant lot on Eim street just east of the Texas Ceutrnl railaoad where a lot at plunder from the burnt houses was piled and in thi courte of their tortuous conversation the subject of religion was sprung by Weimcr who ii: sisted that there was no God and neither heaven or hell. Bhtttks differed with him and words brouiht on a quarrel whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

mm SPECIALS. (Jilmtoni Suit for Hulmge Arrival Llltlo Kockt I'ultcil HMm Onicrri Miirdrrril. IIonstoDjTbo Tax Collector Svmlng the Delinquent. Cleburnes Bcport of a Foul end Mjs tcrlous Murder. Palestine: Fire Makes a Big: Hole In the rinuHces. Midlothian; Anoflinr Ylctory Over the Western Union. Other Interesting Sows by Specials GALVESTON. Gaivmtos Bept. 28. 8peclal.-Tbe libel against the steamship Guadalupe was filed in the United Btates district conrt yes- terday afternoon. The libellants are the Galveston Bteamship and Lighter com- pany managed by Irrine & Bressner and James McDonald managing owner of tbe steamer Mamie Hlggins. They allege tbat it was through tbe aid and instrumentality of the vessels owned and operated by them that tbe steamer was extracted from a perilous position on Bolivar beach. Tbe value oi tbe steamship and cargo is set down at f 800000 and the libellants ask for a reasonable and Just salvage and compen- sation in proportion to tbe value of tbe steam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 4 October 1883

r arms'. DALLAS AVliolesale and STATE AfiKST POIl n r.3" A BRADLEY WASHFACTI'niKOCO. PLOW i LT1VATOR8 and SILKY RAKES. KKIK CITY IKON WORKS ENGINES. IIOIL- EB and B WV MILLS. THE BUSINESS WORLD CIMMVICUIAti. - . Oct The recelots of cotton in i't'for the .ouU u( Bep'embe -ero Da thi Hrg. e . n "y 7.. haVni 1 it n s of " ""-'' A" . .V.v W planters i -""-' .. . weighers to emeu dv a riy"i "."ti i i ivuruoul and their own f n keMliUd ffli "e the outlook bear. lo'vo'X to bettor for the near future . 0$ "'"V'b.iyon aie ?h"ny other cV5 "Sqi" rKc are .teadv and fi . in at qtw M h G rr In i- not coming Hi voO libt i I m kl atlrlbu able to the t-llor is P' 'J favora.le CO. i.u.. . . . on an averngo 5.00.1 fmn from three to day posies by tbat in Uwl ;nl romi. to. veucmof grain are tl.e receipt shipments eorresp -nrUm n and (ojd puce are paid for all k' pri)it- delcrendeTortomako h'l. lcUms In- able by the volume of th i ira ' . ThP .coakeuuence is. the: .All . k a l..iva.tit. 1 fl-MireS pu.nu'...

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