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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 25 October 1883

7V 7 3 WEEKLY HERALD. DALLAS, TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 18S3-V0LUME XXX- NO. 36. Wiime news BY SPECIALS. St. Louis : Market Bt port-A Farmers Death Fall. Marshall: Fair Not ea and Baca Course v Kims. Houston: A Polluter Presents a Prcttj Scene. Coleman: Minister of the Gospel will Serve the Slate, McKthnex: Colonel TVm. Fltzhngk's Sad and Fatal Accident. , Bonham: A Harrow Escape 'From Lynching Suicide. Other Interesting News by Specials. ST. J-OUM. ' BT.;Lour8Oot. 23.-Special.J-Trading quiet in the local cotton market; sales, 000 bUs for the day; no change la spot quota 11 tione; light fluctuations In futures. 'Wheat market unsettled; No. 2 red, cash, j' 99 3-4 to 99 1-8; on east side of the river, $1.00 1-8 to $1.01. Corn dull; No. 2 mixed, cash, 45 1-2 to , ' 45 1-4; No. 2 white mixed, 60. Wool quiet and steady; prices are well maintained; no change of trade; low at the a tockyards; do Texans on sale. ...-'" Martin Gaaach, a farmer, living at Mis souri Point, In St. Charles coun...

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. — 25 October 1883

TKLIJUUAMS. Secretary Clianiller lvc Orders for a Full lU'purli And Rtcclres UUll DctlhlT lit ply. Some O'Iut Intcresllns General Sew. CIIA.1DLER AND KILDtS. ,-HlN..-...Ocu 21 Secretury Cneml ' rr at Wf.ttcii a letter to Ui)ii.niiii)d.-r W.IH.... r.fihx .tetioiMlin Ydll'io. Wittl rut- uecito'ihe Uilureolthu expedition lor the relic! ot Gn?eley and party, m wiiicu. a ler compliiueri'ing Cuuiimnider Wilutt nm his otlieers lor the a-al and tl.u encrpy displayed, Buvt: Tne position in which Owelty is left mole iuqmry: iiil every member of the relief expedition, whether officer seaman, soldier or civillimi, do bis utmost lo accomp'isu tbe Success and to 1r,-mr the rescue of tbe unfortunate explorers, for wnont he went in search. v.,.iinii"if hm nrular dateof Juue 9tll were to piovceil northward through Davis straits, in company wim tans. it tiraciicahle, but tbe Pro. not to iwviv.il Littleton Island. paseu Littleton Island Ju'y SiJ. a.;;i crushed in tbe ice Julyii. ibeYantic did not reac...

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. — 25 October 1883

THE WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY OCTOBER 2Tu 1883; LOCAL LORE. An Attempt to Rub Street Cur I'ruflrnted. 18 ARomanlloMarrlflire-Bnso flail Yes terday. . And Happenings of local Merest. ATTEMPT TO ROB A STREET CAR. A bold attempt was mad" Sunday nlp.nl by a couple of tramps to r ib oad of the can oa the Main stroet railway, whicU was driven by pluoky youth who made them take water. At the car was leaving the Clnb house, the present terminus of the road on Its return trip down town, iwo par ties whose dress and bearing stamped tneoi Mtiamps, eot aboard the cur whicb had only one passenger aboard, and makine a feint as though they had pistols, demanded of the driver that he turn over the money to them, when he flashed a six-shooter on them, causing a hasty exit on their pari from the cars. They had no doubt had ai. idea that they would capture ihe harvest l nickels that was taken in from the crown that had attended base ball that evening. A ROHANTIO MARRIAGE. Bather a romantio marriam took'...

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. — 25 October 1883

TflE WEKKLY HERALD: TflUKSDAY.OCTOHKR 2Tu .fcsn. LV GENERAL. lorilH Election Mote An Extensive ('( tlljrallon. Hoslim's "Old" Line" Urmourals De nounce Den llatler. At. fl O'hcr Intfielliif i.-uerrtl Nens. Kloctlon-Flre. St. Lorn, Out. 2a. At the election to day fur president ol tbe board of assepsors, Uobert Lanire, republican. wi elec'ed over Thrjmas Itysn, democrat, by a inn jority of about 1,(100. Tbe vote was verv Jiplit. The iuimmso nird;ciue factor 's ni-Kini! house, and office of Dr. J H McLean, corner Broadway and Biddle street, ctugut tire a little after 10 o'cIock tnisbt, aud at midnight was pretty nearly destroyed. Tbe fire is now burning the property and premises, and nan swept flown mnt of tlie block between Biddle and Carr streets. Too loss oil McLean's banding is esti mated at $c.0,000; on contents. $15,C00.. A ! ''"' imnlement bouse aM ,i..iiii; ?. elroyed, but tbe loss cannot be ascertain! d to-night. The burned property on Broad- way, south of McLean's, is not val...

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. — 25 October 1883

7 : : TJIEJVEKKLY IIMtALDi THUltS DAY OCWW:i. 2.", Ifca?.-- ir Contains no trtnlna, reroory, dinn"7t .1.1... u. t.imMt am ftffiM-tivt Ulk about rjloanies and tones the stomach, arouses trowels) miking- Its eotloo prompt and effective otbsr medicines, xr it. On acoonftt of the freight blockade In Emtt. Lonisoccasloned by the strike, we failed to receive car oar of paper this week, nad ttre consequently compelled to iro t press with a smaller sized paper. We Irul our weekly readers will overlook thin and we will endeavor to do better next wee k. LOCAL LORE. The Colored Citizens of , 1 Iudlgiiunt. Dallas arn The Sad Experience of on Ei-Ballasit -4 T A.t.,lf 1a fill ' The Usual Amount of Local Matter i THKV WltX RIMOIXTE. The oolored elemeut here In the olty are talking about holditican indignation meet lag and passing- reiolutlone denunciatory ol - the decision of the saprerae court against the civil rights bill. Tney are eeiiius; warmed up on the subject. 1 It is under stood that a me...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 25 October 1883

V. CORUESrOxNUENGE. A Dallas lady at tlm Lonlsvlllo and Cincluuatl Expusltlttu". (.Iow.dj Alcouut or the Many Sights to be Seen. 'otcs of (Jeucrnl Interest on Iho Itontl Dalla.0, Oct. 20 Editor Herald J Leaving Dallas on ttie morning of the 2bt,oi September, we were wtiirled via Little Rock, Memphis, Louisville and Itidiariapo lis to that masniBcent country in theval yaj ot the Wubafeh, where we alighted after a trip of one thousand and twenty seven mlk-s at th household oi u brother wuer all was in happy anticipation of a joyous gathering of friends and relatives from dif ferent states, attendant upon the happy nuptials of a sister. After attending seve ral handsome receptions . on the way, and near ChicJgo we hied us to the great expositions i Cincinnati und Louisville. To do even faint justice to them is beyond the scope of a pen picture, they aio grand, supremely grand. The north at Cincinnati seems vvine with the south at Louisville, aud right royally does each section pay trib...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 25 October 1883

THE WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, OOTONER tu :j!lVS BY SPECIALS. !n Colonel II. M. lfoxln and the UoTvrner Exchange Ideal. Louis : Tie UmmI lUlIablo Market HnMctln. KtOB : Graud Jury to Investigate a t'otitrnct Award. Ion of 120 days, and m a oiniMroMoi : proptMd to furnish fresh water from 1 Bwaelwatar lake. Tbe matter was referred i to ilit eonsmltueon water eapply.l bey ialso recsniltlared the vote appointing deep water coaimlltefl. Ibis action taken as'the report had gained ground that tbe adieu of the oouaml In pnoiuNni the oonaalltae wm rafleoalon oa Oeloual Mansfield. This the council dltolalmed. It Is not known what will be done. Justice Hpann this evening held an In quest on the body ot Julius Frederick, sued 28ysrs, a native of Ihlsclty. who died at Bt. Siry' hosi-ita! to-tlav Iroru' the effect. hestou: An Actresssuipsuieiown liul Return. of a doze of niirpliine. administered by his own hand, with tuciiUt itilnot. Frederick beloniii d In a v- 'V irnod family, being H brother of...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 25 October 1883

r THE WEEKfA IIR11ALD: ThUHSDAY OOTODEB 2S 1883. A KtHTIWI. tlasldvut rartusr. c. . It 13 DALLAS THE BUSINESS WORLD . COM UKKClAti. DallA". Wj -The receipts of colton on Tn-tday i Wednesday of last week reached a i b.les bv WAgon aloDe. the largest amouut !V bt f"e r'oTivtd lu two consecutive day. in thl.eitv 8tr.ce that time rattia nave ln'cr-iunt-d arrlva" and receipts, have been cor Hsnondiu " j "liitbt. As the Hsrai.d predated 1 wTk a o prlue. for the staple have declii.fd bMii In "bis ctmotry and Europe, and In this K cSlou" lost in valr.o ai.ce then fully a a arter of a cent. The raiua have damageo the 2 Sda m niV.'nt and the ns-ures paid now ran nnollH tn 9 70. About 9K U the bt price paid fo" mi idling. '1'here hi nothing io fbi ,S t.vor.nle for better prices oon.nd futures 8Lll being below a paui w. Among oraln dcolors there 18 not a l"i . ?. . (.. ,i, small mount of the ceVeals "SI are "omlu. In at .hi, time both b, ' wagon buV&YyVfew la m i try u r.'-ar hennmlng I.ITV...

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

"DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD. THE DALLAS. TEXAS. THURSDAY NOVEMIJEIt 1 188JHVOLUME AH. AO. JIT. . a mLT EQUIPPED WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF . , olmans, CircularB, Newmarkets Havelocks, Cloaks, Jackets, Ulsters and Jerseys Children's CO per. Cloaks, Etc. I We are able ' ;. to offer to our custo mers an assortment of above Specified Goods, which is line of the lamest " Special Cloak houses, in this Drancn also exhibiting a number color of the different garments, much attention at its first appearance in the market, flam knd Brocaded Satin and Ottoman Silk Wraps, all trimmed in Fur are steadilv advancing in favor. The demand of medi um light weight Ulsters has always been so great that we have invested in quite a lot 01 some Many of our first purchases are already sold, ana oniy a aay ibr two aco we received .duplicates of them. We do not quote PRI C 13 S But we ask you to bear in mind that they JR, L. O W E T Than in Any Season Previous. MARKETS BF TELEGBAFH. ! CHICAGO MABKETS. Oct. 30". Oat ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 1 November 1883

I I I WASHINGTON No I KS. JuiitUe llratllcj' Opinion- un the Chi I IMgbta DecMou. iieirrtl Hnpptn liis nn.i liolnirsftt the !tatluu'it Capital, TogMlier With National Note In ltilcf. Washingtoh. Oct. 25. The htcrc-tiiry o the navy awarded the oomr.ut tor armor plate l r turrets and pilot-liou-e "f the laoiiitor Llantonomah to ho English firm Tbe rm-mbers of the CorfBii em n.issy who remained ia Washington, inclu.ilbg Hunt: lk. tuiulHer, ao. iwo aitaulms, called ou tha urini v i.f ntttie and navy t nay, and were received at tte imvy lpnrtiiipiit by tW.retaiT Cbandltr amt K-ar Annnml Hnhnfiiiiit. I'he emba'BV will rmuru to , n tha Kt.IihiI H nipt ott-allliT I ren ton, uow being fitted out at the Nrw York naTV VHrd for am Asiatic staiion. Siewiil ' auii in November. Eusiiin foulB lias be n .iio:i tvii n the Dresniriit to uccmipniiy thh einDttssv to Uorea, mid will remain lu that country fr some time James F. RuMing. pvisioti artorney at Trenton, N.J, has been "iiaiieiiiieu rjy v Secret...

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. — 1 November 1883

i . Wealflif OhUMl lr Id A.IM Id '" (if TftM. Km . I it IIuitki In TI. longvlf it I A I'artltM Htillroaa Mn plojre Lome, a Limb. k fort Worth t Lilian Brown Meeti A Wltb an Accident. Mucblr Married Han at Last Rat Down Upon. Oilier luterestinir Mews by Specials. AUSTIN. AumM. Oct. 20 -8pecIal.-The Gov ernor to-day appointed Judije Thomas West, special j udue to try certain cases iu Youn county, Judge Williams telng dis "Tlie'secretarv of the board of education la in receipt ol a letter from Myrou H. Buv .aee, Ashtabuli, Ohio, sain that several wealthy Rentleuieu desire aiding the cause of education among tbe colored people of Teis by Itiruishiiig mean to entablish noinial nnd manual schools, at an elegibie , point. He desires all tbe inlormulion pot able relative to tbe waiter. The Dublin co-oneriitive association, 1 ol H. Erath county, capilul stock, 10,00U, Aids charter. Tub comptroller to-day purchased COO of Wilson county buuds Following is estimate ol revenue and ex- fiensesot ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 1 November 1883

7 Til" W'll' Kf.V IIKIIAMIiTllllllMllAY NOVDMIIIIIt. Mhm;i, TIIK WKKKIiY. IIEHAlrU, -rtita. i,l,nrrt m ft IT ''iVrfMin'i look if I'mm-wo- bed hadl hnrt by hi pollltoal lot l fihin. u twenty out of torn iwtnty-sla anatora tltol art pledged to vota ul" re-election. STATU l'MM, am ht Topl l'Hrsttinil kf IN rrcM Aa unhangs In referring to th rrosnl reported "financial distress" ol on of thr vaiaiLTs remirkl thl It was probably i.(f. at having mora raonry than be knew how to epend or what to do with. Tin New York Ban bus been compelled to declare that it l not booming Holmah mi a professional bennty. It li not booming the old gentleman very eiteus'vely for anything so far ns tho publlo can see. Th hopes that tho republicans appear to be now nurtlng of carrying Maryland are Vased uoon about the same kind ot a foundation as were the democratic hopes ol carrying Iowa and will prove just about as delusive. Nkobo scares and uurislngs are Rett 11151; as common and easily rumored in this state ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 1 November 1883

k at . 1 ' t Other moaielues. lf It. hrt--'JlowDCAAl(DWIfl,0IU.,TIM. LOCAL LORE. A'Muchly Married Man to be Confront ed by Ills Many Wlver-Foiir-Whcclfd Dlspute-Kouuery-Cily Conrt. General Dallas Dally Doings A MUCHLY MAKItlED MAN. BberllT William Warden, of Collin conn ty, arrived In the city yesterday en route from Fort Worth to McKinney with J. It. Lively, the bigamist, mention of whom was made In the Fort Worth dispatches to the Hbbald a tew days since. If the brief his tory of his voyages upon the matrimonial sea, as gleaned by a Herald reporter, be true, he ia a muchly married man and woull be a shining light in the Mormon chnroh. A iew weeks ago in his oheokered career he bobbed up near Arlington, in Tarrant oonnty, at the house ot Mrs. Arwine, a widow lady, whose daughter, Miss Annie Arwine, no uus auentiy induced to elope with him. The girl was just entering ner en nnruij fourteen and young and inexperienced, her consent to run away witn ana marry him was readily gaiuea. xu...

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. — 1 November 1883

I 'I I V' .I'l'l ii in-' I ' , . ,H I, H I'l ill Co Ttiui int; t he c t. a. n't I ,1 ! -nut ' " ' 1 ' t., i ' ' ! 'll'.'y I J I. it' I' ! i t.iii r-l i'.! I. .t',,,' I' pvlwes ir.if l' llo'l . A I ii Hi' liir.. -in. lu i- "i z- n K.ing..ri. IM Tim l! ma under iho immit e."t na.-tun r ., .resMit hi .-i' '. y the sovertim :ui:rvMiioii t.ui lil.MUhed win. iiPtwi'H'i Uici nn-Ucra ard tin? n. IUpli l.o HUCU IlCllhg ex inied, nor : h Uluri' any Who r ot tmeb ,..,uUlrl,l l. AS lttH revl i i,i. ma adopted nno ... . .,...... i'. pvinr i ll si the iilerencc w'il"V.r.-v .Viiuiuiit Cji-iio' l Kitip. ill M ctip.se'vs'-ive in1' ' i-s, sain uiiii ue "' i;omr c to hear heir prii;iicrs to ir.eit tue in'1! .... I... ...Mil, I liiHkH an llHHMIUfHI' .. P" 1 " i." m ,m ,ii nit triieoohdition": sUV.rs. He va li-doucd to with marked itl'llll' II .....i .,i..ri iiv the audieno tt i s rou'- pused u.npdy ot ues'.lers-tiiepiMt.iro men nia speech the meeting adjourned I till H :Ll. when it wfworgan'ied by call...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 1 November 1883

THK WKVAxLV IIKItAMlf T tff.HDA V. NOVUM HFJl I. INM,',, LOUAI. LOIti: Tmtcrdflj'i Nrr. 'Htm-n Two-Story mm iiuiiiUiisr. The Ex-Night Ink of tlm Tout Ofllce IIuumU Over. The Usual imuutit cif Local Matter TBSrEUUAY'3 riU. The firo of yesmrday morning totally tie troyed 0. A. Wlis truuk factory on Main ttreet-a two story frame. Tne build ln was the p'npe rtv of Mr W. B. I). Voudk. valued ' $1 M VV.0' covered bv ln.un.nce. A pile o : truuM fullinuand npseltliiK a lump caused the cou laKratlon. Mr. Well, lost his tools and Stoci aruouuting to iiOO. He was insured for $200. i BOUND OVER, Hetry Smothers, colored, formerly night clerk In the post-ofllce, who was arrested a few davs since ty Post-olBce Inspector Smith on the charge ot dataminii aud ise crelinK United biaies mail mailer, was bound over by United HUtea Commissioner Mccormick In the .urn ol $lo0 .or htaj ap pearance at the next term oi the Federal court. ia If von sutler from slMeplest nights, your liver is evidently torpid a...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 1 November 1883

A,r.ATIl', Hi.dilri'l rrl. C- A. DALLAS THE BUSINESS TOLD COMMEK 'I.VL. niLAti Oct. W.-Duiinu the past week ib. wpUofwtuwmibUoiw have not beeVsTlarge a. they were tbe one just pre vwiis. still tbey were heavy even for this ot the yenr. both by wagon and rai I. "rice advanced on. eight of cent In this rVtv in response to I be no In other markets. Uomtw then in nothing that indicates a SSJLrhTl cbant-e either way from present m l. tS. bulls end the bears seem to have reached the millneum fortbey are Either hugging gonng hj,Uj Any Biarunua , --- .. ipi, i tba port. cont.n 'v.. th V FuUiTes re.nain below a ; "i ty with spots and sales are light, which alfr the belief that peculators do t,ot .nticipate an advance in the "er.f"lnu'e-he Trans.actiousin grain are much below me . xpecS of defers which is owing :. rely to the light receipts. The Irelg l iJokada has prevented arrivals by rail, ; id dealers state thai there are good quan- ties of grain at nearly all the station, on r ,eYoads tr...

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. — 8 November 1883

a. D ALL AS WEBB dTiXAH, TEXAS, THURSDAY SOYKMIIEU 8 lns:;-V0M)MK the Pt TRUE I ECONOMY Does not exist in fMna without things that wo necessary, anf hoarding the ry they vculd have cost but in spend teff monev wisely, l'urchsrunc vat what is needed, and pay t?the LO iRSffi'LfWIBLB MlOEfor the BEST POS3S1BLB QUALITY. Lac'iea who aim at being really economical (Should not fail to visit Our Dress Goods Depatat, Which is Now Replenished. Our Dress Golds DejianffleEt, Which is Row ReplinisM Our Dross B.eds Deiarme&i, Which is Now Replasishsd. Our Dress Goeds Oeparfntnt, Which is Now Rop'osithBd. Black and All-Wool rasbmsre aj Black end All-Wool Cashmere M Blaek and All-Wool Cashoere at ;.80o Mo ,.fo .70 Mo Black ana A i-mw uwnmoio Black end All-Wool Cashmere at Black ana Au-nooi wuuni. tv.';('- V'Vt hi,. Oriental Robes. 1' in' r., iv.: r It- i1 lull"' .:!? i-vK 7' TT 111 TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. gone of the M arriTala , art that is displayed la form the PasaeiBMiterias are ma with etlber...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 8 November 1883

u alight il"" f.lbtMl Will i i hiaiit" hav rt'cc. ilv remark tint have come, the irdors an.l civil service fvent Washington bironi- ng mi t-lrrttnn week. '.its bu truw Jills bliKiiii'An I uf thn army. Honors onn- ; the female In Atnrri'tt. and Mauone ure now on the in;;- 'of their political fortunes Hinl two moro will peine tneir tieju ir glory or demmlr." ik Ursl coiorui appniuieii imuci . ....... I..- II. a fi civil service act gets $1 00 per year in fa iror rlennrtment. II llO Will Dot 'TllUW liimetlf np" lor the sake of ruarty rdom una 'notoriety be may getalong nicely and make a very decent livelihood. As Colomkl Wcllboun Is pressing our alias federal building upon tbe att'ntion f the new arcblteot we nay soon expect lo l?e another ornament t onr city in pre cess of erection. A grand hotel is now what we mosl desire to Bee next. Now and then a practical illustration is famished of the old declaration, "uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." The king of Portugal, weary of the...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 8 November 1883

Till-; H'KI'JKM' linitAMli TMUKMDA V NONVmIJIWC. h ( MUM lori; JL (Jowl AUt'niliiiH O VwnUrA fur A J) ffetlTfl fur Wrecks Wli Train. All.i. l.t i.r.i.: till- l.lieil illll'.Uh' ' atyillv. en.' '.'" - TMii i;)Mis K.vcr.s. A.lhor.tcesiif Hie JUilas Jockry CI i,p, h,.uU Tueitla. approaches the 4-.t in thnm itioronsej. Yestordn 4r.in hrnnuht in a number of H?ers it ,wh enlais.1 an It bold, Bt.Oiud, Index mm Wemmon fr Denver, mid mom im m -,. ...nk nif ll rtv-eii:lit 10 fi,.. 123 IwirseH Bt tli stables n( 8ndBl wore will "Jf '1 r. Bi .1... a n.n a nrpoiiratlond IDe OPt'niHK UUJ. - r- - , . I stock bnve been liberally provided lor M oon.mil miiDHeeiUftll, Hlltl til firnuu T .i,u niT.nrri'd in thesnuttiw :n u. -ii.,o.lui iivru the cominjr wee in.. n.111 ha a lame atti-Ddutice fro abroad. A large numw visit toe rac u,i .r ninrniiiB to tee the ar mals exercised by their twiners and ml and then a spurt on the track lends interti to the ecene. A fiTOCK TRAIN WHKCKEU. Th easlbonnd tiasseniror t...

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. — 8 November 1883

I DKTROIT. of IhV.Faiv Allmcllon; of lie "City of tliemriUKiiiH," Amhlie Many Attrmtloiu of Ladles, trait, "Dour, Delightful, l)ellou." ' riot. "!) r-anecll eorrespon dent..-A-t your revest, X,""' .....i. .nhM rum the beaUHH City 0 mu'd There is a faintntanglble sngg.i.. "e."r. " . rniern, a touch to the B1iaall b..Urul, Its grand, wide xivTr is as corul at tl.a s tn.su P above it. ana r -" ;; bo imy yachts.jauu y -..a--.. inie steamers ot the United irou-cUd Slates, and be tall, graceim snips mat Host lik lent dreams, marEing. moir lines of cloudy, dancing fjitm. ork me in the heart ot the contie Jl ra iroia the glare ot glittering fhow and gorgeous dimilays. you are in naradise ol velvet lawns, and ciiy. wiiulu sudds BhaiM' trees, wuere the tinkling splash ol ,0ur"" Tr. " r." k who , a baan nmt i.ii iuh uuivciiuu iuoti leaves xueru niw uifu" " t '.i .i..m of water from their bows ... ,ini.,i,ina and mermaids, statuesque nd crjcetul as the nymphs, that sprang rom the chisels ot the...

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