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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 March 1881

1 r OH 21. tHL A The Dallas Weekly Herald PFOUTS ELLIOTT & MALL. Entered at tin Pit-Offle at Pullut, Total, at Second Vliui Matter IKSnEANCE BTATIST1C3 AND HISTORY This Is a good Ion)? namo, the words we have at tho head" of this article, but ft is th e name of one of the departments of our state. This departmont is creating quite a furore in the legislators just now, how noce'sarily, we are not just now prepared to say. A Btrong effort is being made by some members of the legislature to either do away entirely "with the department, or else to out down the appropriation foriU support to so smull a figure that it will virtually amount to nothing. Some of the members assail the de partment on the ground that the state does not ' need anything of the kind, one member who boasts that he hasn't got much "book larnin," asserting that it is not very popular with his people. Perhaps it is unpopular with his people because they aro like he is, short on "book larnin'." Ve cannot con ciove...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 24 March 1881

isliAM r,l n itU I r . oin mo MH1', la " tch,N llfiflnlon In H Molt fli; ' ' . fliOT. P. ' H. W. ItnilriHMU. lit BOuftof ,1-lct'ofT if tU Uultod BtntflXfo n ,litilct of TtXnt upon nppllontloi) i ... 1 cnmoanv rupresentod1 by . Whitflold aii VVI ilnJk i lowwiHii, lot a prliiuinnrv Inji ncuon iffi"'' natioi.ul nd Gre.it Northern riiilnd com pany mid TVxk9 PuciQii railway com ny, rrpirwitod y Woasrs. Bskur and Wei born, Uake & Unry, the Hon. A. P. Mu' -Cormick, Ui.iv.-d Slulos dUrict juduia, ren dered llio foil '"' d.-eieion staining tho bill iu fruity of tlioTexait oxprws company .and ri-mrnioiig t)' riulrosd coin pinion froru 'evictinK th expn'iH touipumrs fritu roil- Text' Ex,. . company , - Tbe complainant in those bills, after sotting . out il corporate existence, ciUMnsbip and powers and tbe customary and well known Ssaues of iU business and tho nature of the trade done by express companies, and by the complainant company, and also settiug out tho corporate existence, citizen...

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. — 24 March 1881

The Dallas Weekly Herald PfO'JT ILLIOTT A HALL. Kvlxred at Urn li-Otnrt pi )(!, 7VM, Ol SENATOR MAHOHli'a POSITION. Senator Mahono's poiillonU an anomalous ono. A southern man by I Irth and educa tion, as brave a eo'dcr as ever battled In de fence of oni's own country or siotion, ai pure a man in the varl jiw relations of life as is anj whore to be found, ho hat become one of tho leaders of the puople who havb tent him to the United States senate as their reprcBnnUtive. Ilis canvass was not made - by him r.t a democrat ncr as ft republican. Ho- elaiinod to be mowly a roadjunler, and boyond tlM ho independent, politi cal candidate. His psopie w fit to plaoo hira in a position of hiir.h prominence ad trust, and to them and them alone, ho is responsible for his course. S.o long hs he acts consist ently in tho discharge of the duties devolv ing upon him, so Jons as he satisfies the poo pie he whs empowered to represoDt, eo long as he breaks no faith nor conditions under which he secured...

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. — 24 March 1881

IK DALLAM IIlClfALD, TinJJHHAY JmilNINO, MAIlCff 10tfl. " kit 1 i ( I. toff ell flNf!. evey ;nH ! wn Lit ea.lHr- a'aeli Mnll. the UlilvniM Timu. II. wllO OCCUtiied Kt OD the aide, advanced lo the edtfe of the nir the dork's dcak and proceeded in Mr. Hill. The ponlloiDftn. ho manifts'.ly engrafted iu an effort to .it (Mr. llahono'e) position on the ,111 do not know what your post- lfniv flnuld I disuloio it T JU " nr. Ml,nnA The eentlcman ius assumed not only to be tho custodian tare of tho democratic party of the nation, but has tried to assert the right to spaik for tho constitu ency which I have the privilege In part of ..nniin hum. Ho has done bo without ihnir consent (Addressing himself directly to Mr. Hill hnd advancing towards him). I owe 'ou, sir, and I owa those tor wnom you un- loknto EDoak bore, nothing, lamms oi encouragement on the republican side and in the gtilleriea.1 I came here lite a Virginian, not to represent the democracy for which you (Mr. Hill) stand. I came h...

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. — 24 March 1881

- . : r-, ) T1IH DA Mi AH IllWAM). TIIUliSDAY MONNINO. MAtK r TT MO MY AND T1.ADK. SALIiAB WEEKLY MAK-CT REVIEW. Collon Itnlll-s) n MHIe In Tono, ltit Mot In rrli(i-l Hl-r lnt Rot I,t4t-rln ItiilC" Ntentljr Flour Vmu ami ltilet lomilrjr lroliioo Ir i r(filnr Note und Tend cnele. March '.'J. 1HH1. I Trade has luuguii htd and d.iwBod more less for tHo week cioslng hub oiurnuon. Jt loon n av j not hard to lull tin- c mses. There wan a rush . n.i..r limko un and every one got well stocked l'i ono or litem. Another U tbo low price ami uiisulii-IHctory sllimti m of the cot ton market. A third. It llOH UB8I1 U Week be tween seecons. Busy I lr.es In tli country lias had tt great deal to uo wiin tue uuimeiw truillo. Fviple go iibrood to spend money rr..,t, i.fn ,...u.nini.;tl nt homo. Another thlug, and ft vory importaat cue, Iho whirligig ol'conimi'ioe has worked arnund ...u u..... t-t iii hp vcu hiiva for sale Is low In prion, and almost everything we hove to buy la high, ruuuy urticleu bv...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

E DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD, DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1881.-V0L XXX, NO. 42. I KHrBMfIEn IN I84. I'ttlCK KIVE CENT. T r- m Odw OIiL. J THE BEST DRESSED MAN IN DALLAS a question we could . - Now that is oftho Genus Hqmo vain, ana 01 lining' . ask another WHERE DID HE BUY THAT NEW SPRING SUIT he hi jast donned the ADMIRATION OF ALL ? Let us "Locate" the Suit: It ia a Business Man's Suit, of fine Sootch Gassimere, mixed colors, tho predominating shade being light, and the effort- "uti-ilrinor "I whilfl in HO SOnSO "loud:" the Coat is one of the new and nobby three-button Cutaway Sacks, buttoned high, the skirt a trifle shorter than last year,and the shape altogether happily combining Style and Com iort : tho veBt is Hingle-breastrd six buttons, and the pants are cut less full than formerly in the log, with but a slight spring at the bottom. This Suit, which our (ientleman ot Taste wears aunng uusmoss uouib, ww evi dently purchased where Other Suits exactly Similar tf) it are shown ...

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. — 7 April 1881

rS- X " Till!' UJLilJJp uiunjut'i r DALLAS VEEKLY HERALD PPOUTS ELLIOTT HALL. MnttreU at tht hut- Offlrt vi IMUtu, Texai, at Henonil Vliut Mat er IIknrt Ward Bkkciikb bas beon lued by Mr. Barn Wilkinson for failing to write a life of Chr'nt, as p r contract. v It i said that Mr. W. H. Vandorbilt la Interested In a scheme to establish a new line ipf steamers between ew York and England. Kbw that A. Keene ttichards, the famous turfman, is no more, and with R A. Alexan der dead, the only great survivor of the blooded stockmen of the long ago, is Richard Ten Broeck. Collector Merbitt, removed from the custom house at NewYork, declines to ac cent the lesser position of consul goneral at London. He wont be auubbed and we ad mire his spirit. In the.3enate there are two Oumerons, two Plaits, two Davises.' two Joneses and two Hill..nd that everlasting, inodorous valldy .jjpjreary platitude that fills up tho monotony Gkoroia, Iowa, Ohio aud. West Virginia, ore the only October states rimainin...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

ryii(TirnnPrMf7ri7Dr 'Ui 17 Ti hh " 0 i. ann nr.M HUM, Inaa on lnltll'in ortnrobjr Ihnl-nrinrr. mil O.-Hnnia InlnrctliriK thkn pU' Men Urn Yoiin Mm.' Cntfl !- rof Brooklyn, nd llxiirjr Uo'ontil IiiRora)l U to rtv" to-morrow night, utnliir t'ha r-liih. and Ita nrciiilHiit wmir' ' ' r :uhur. .it InuuraftH'A rpnunat. I'X to jiim on invitation to b preiwit, ..ln,r him lYul nnt.h1ny tlml ftnuld bn MtHful t hi in Irom H rollijioua vttnilpoicit ild be laid. liunoher't reply waa m lows: . . . ...... harsh: Xhanka rorvournowot iuitrcn t.lBoilink Colonel Ineraoil for intl- nitincV tht it would give Dim plewure to iavo tuft Br aunt Kt bit U'cturo or LUBiday ,avt T 3n ultra tin Irnntvft T nnlllrl fklford to iAn.-i.inii eon 1 1 rnnnt a ivhlnll hft ftln.?flfHlv felt that it wua needful tor him to utter, however mu-h might differ with him as to their truth or importance, but I hitve been under an enci;cm(it for weuM to preach an ordination mrmoD on that night. If Colonel Ingnrsoll could only come ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

I a STATE iXPMMALS n -TEXAS ' TOKCJ Bl TELEGRAPH . , . Fire at Karahall-imbberr it JcU onvllle - AUiiiol,if- Cor.l.ana-Iloni.. of ih ;MnrliT r rir ca..aiy-eoaiir 10 net Kllronl-.'i JnlvH(oa. Bneolul to the Herald. " 4Tho dea-dl-cU which hMexisted.amoiiKte city aiithnrltlea lorso long, hiudorlnn unythUK linporlant or other wise being carried oat, hi" come to a slant, irom which the peering eyes of the, public can i..h n... -ihilt ninnntttlii b.dore them Into the br valley i.f peace bayoud Hie mayor .. - . .... ...... i.lu.1 t,. .lltl and the Ovo met l o:iuoutv""" mlt a proposition to the ssveu W leslnu, each .n. and innktt tin race before the peo).le again The seven Have consented. At tneuextmeetlns the. mayor aiid all aldermen will reslfrn. An Hl-ct'on will e oruireu obm. '1 H l.m...-l,l..r the Koo0 ol the eip. . iim? Hm l.i..... will transpire which y." -..P""" .. a dead -oak MJ n. J Ilfl Cu-V WiW. l..r...vii .my nteut, a d tlieexclitmaileu lu heard on all corner, "Ihauk u.i, me se...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

J OS. J 1 1 i ; I .KAWMK III.IK (It'll" . . I.Otllllll Of ll(IOOI'k lllllll I it Iminidl wmI U"W t nialrh. ic" of lime, wiili guliUin oaloli ,.l u..p. linil rlttlifltia I1HW I re till iillaeof lh iM-nwii'kblim. Lilh linvltt lIWDi f...l,..ml ..I' V..IVIlt. IfHWD ii I... ii. im tiiulili'ti knew Tea no onu could umke H Willi teats as .... i'. .....i. ........ In nmtill I. I T ffOWIl I iiniineo ii wiiii iu-v . .. .... . Sud her (iliiVi-H wero ss neat aa thu best town. Prima of her hiui'llwutk, frank and fee, Anna Elisabeth oiliiti tosee Ada ' outs-, li l frmml ao true, yviolind purchased Jio beuutllul peacock 'Ahl'y'oi'i have eome for a walk with me .Auil to on vy my tlBnt dress," Mi'.d aho. Anna KitzMioth felt no moro i'mitd of the pretty brown dru H fill wont Ruld to her"!., "there Is uolliiim mine ur bo urillraiit acoioror half so fine. JT.tii t!.neat little thrush with lie nolo 80 inert h.ve' nought from the peacock su proud IO I'-Ul . A NEW t KSTIUN. Vhn e aninla.y Ilexlsi T When l...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

K H A r" riWHHDAY MOlV N(S Al'mi, 7, 1001. I) The Pallas Weekly Herald C- -- PPOUT9 tLLltjTT A MALL. B xlertd at tin Jlitl-Vflri ot DaMu, Texas, at Hcond VUut Matter fhwdaj. Vviiultynvul,! ' l"" 40 j mutt if tJi Mrentfrum our vjo' 'K uniw ra c i" "'"'" prepaid. AKM :- rtA.2iViCi annua a titatie m i!oJ7liK oe Keaiitermi Ifttlern. WHAT THE LEGIBLATUBE HA8 DCRE. At twnWn o'clock on the first inntatt, tb legislature adjournod sino die, alter a pessii : iMtinfr from the 11th of January last. I"i u w4unAii in the tWO mUrttU'W UHIB .i.viw-v housos.lho bulk of wbioH fortunately di.d either in coinaiiltee or ou their rounds from one house to the other, though sme bills tht failod of passage ought tu hsvn becon e Rut wa do not nropc89 now to con- eider of the locisla' lira's ucls of omissior, mOBiiiug to briefly consider some. 'f its prcm innr.t , A imnnrtatit work. From Honorable ' Mr. Woods, representative from Kaufman county, who whs in the city yosterdfty, we obtained the caption and an o...

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. — 7 April 1881

!a! THIS DALLAM HttltALD, TltlJHHAY MOHNJNO, AVilL7, 1001 Y Vtuhe. oIHE DIE. With Me i of the Friewds rnor (l I The senate mot pursu- garment. nailed and a quorum present. or by tbo chaplain. reading of the journal was dispensed Buchanan, of Wood.reportod on house 638, with committee amendments, te bill No. 201, with bouse amend was concurred in. . Terrell moved to reconsider the vote hbill prohibiting the sale of liquor live miles or urapeiana auaaumy, pi assase was received fronrtha jrovernor nting T. J. Dwine, Dr. Asbbel Smith, f . Thrbckuiorlon,. Richard Hubbard, E. fpeaae,' J. H. Starr, A. N. Edwards and lessor Smith Kagsdulo, regents of the lenity of Texss. Infcte bill No. 170, with house amend- It.iwas concurred in. ' rite bill JNo. 2U, witn nouse amena was concurred in. Itse bill No. 607, reorganizing the fourth lenty-flrst Judicial districts, was lost. report of tee committee or conreronce educational bill was adopted. bouse bill taxing medicated bitters, bstponed under a c...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 7 April 1881

Til IT- HI) AY MO NINtt APni , 7, 1881. 31 ' JC DALLAM ' ( ITT R 1.1.(1 riOM. 'John fttona. Mrpubllrnti, F.mMi-d Mayor Over J. J. anl, liiifrit Tlut Altlarmaale Tlhrt-1 ha Arhool T Itaf ad. Yesterday, olcctlon day, tlawoed clear nd tba sun shone out brlgbt The temperature wii pleasant, ami bad It not ban for the blustery winds and blindlnR duit, the day vnnU hpnn a One one. But fur tbe v.nk. .n othnr vnlilik't bodecked with streamers bearinsr the names of sortie candi dates, a strainer in the city would never hav .,,arwtH thiit a municipal elBCtiOU Will ID progress. It was, on the whole, the most quiet aDd orderly election ever held in the nf DulUa. n) ihfre was but very little drunkenness. Lter in the day, bowovor, more Interest was manifeitod and a Rood deal of electioneering was done, especially by the republicans who dll their utmost to eeourothe elwrtioo of Stone ami their la dirlataa for aldormfln. Up to noon but a eniull vote bud been polled, and it was evident that the numbe...

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. — 14 April 1881

ffE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD, y 7 7 WITH THK 'comm.. ami.. rnTIHE LADIES Of Dallas and Will pleas note the THE SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES IN OUE ' MIL DEPAETMENT. THE great rush of orders, in the City and from abroad, demands the undivided attention of our force of Milliners, lately increased and now without a superior in the State in point of numbers and efficiency, and forbades anything like a Formal Exhibition Day in this Department. Wo annouitce, therefore, instead, the daily Arrival and Opening of the very latett Novelties introduced East this Spring. WE HAVE ON EXHIBITION A NUMBER OF SPECIAL PAEIS PATTERNS in itAnnAl that, me FJflffant and FxaUisite to a degree far surpass ; tv sprint, nnH Summer Stvles cf in view the selection of Easter Bonnets are advised to have a good look at these fairly radiant models. Our assortment of Trimming Requisites includes the fo'!o -in ; .FLOWJ5BS, Corsage 'Boqufts, Wreaths, Sprays and Field Flowers of all kinds. FEATH KRS. Ombre-Shaded Tips and Plum...

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. — 14 April 1881

TIM DALLAS IIBKALD, TIICJltSPAY MOKNlNOi APRIL U1S8.. STATU SPECIALS TEXAS T0PI08 BY TELEGRAPH. Hilt Lewln, a Printer, "hoots Hint lf nt Houston Wllh HiiIcHhI Intent Counterfeit Woney In Circulation nt Bryan A la borer Killed ntFer rlH, Kle., Etc. Man Antonio. Rnnnlul In the Herald. Han Antonio, April ll.-Mrs. Cross, the embezzler, has been admitted to ball, and It u fhmiirlit will skin the country. l)ob White, colored, was sentenced to two ir, in tlieiinnltniiUnrv to-duv. Two thousand bides arrived to-day from Marten. ir s. TiamVfort. an Englishman, married, skipped away from Liillnn Bntnrday with ki . ir.. ...nvtiAil IiIh uirt'a Inwelrv BJIIMWIu'Nri m ..." ...... - -...--., and set purtlts In this olty up for varloun A 11111 nsmed Moody, who wrb arrested above Handera lant week lor cattle stealing, nd who robbed the Mlohler Bros, of 8JU doling lust full Is In Jail in tills olty, and is supuoseu to be the mime niau whohasbten robb. net the BtatftB nnt west. A German unci wife were ...

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. — 14 April 1881

T11J5 I'ALLAf IlJCi. 111 TIIUiiHDAY MOININO AVUUj M, 1-0 j. X mu no r.r.iso. Til tIAM.Aft IIKIMI.B. i young our ilny are llk ; stream tti-tl fl iw In June, i tlio morning sun 'beneath lliellvt-r moon. Hire old, our moment Hilda fwlntor'a waters, 0Hl ami "rear, H freene before Deceinbur's lido II at volceil the d a h-notu of the year. Vhlle we Bra young, the olouds bboye Our pnlli have guidon glories on Uke those that sleep In Kummor skle Before the crimson flush Is gone. When wo are old, no ray concealed Within the folded vapor lies, But sombre shadows overspread The olrole of llle's evening skies. Oh then, since with lbs hours that fade, Our bang's light Is fading too, How shall we flud a hope to caser When we t) youth must bid adlen. In Ilea von and not on earth, there glows A sun whose pure and perfect ruy "Will warm (he freezing woes of llfj And change It twilight Into day. Dallas, April 0, 1881 KID MILLER THE "SHARP " lie is Once more at, Larire Ills Doiiigtt In New Orleans and...

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. — 14 April 1881

DA, LAB IJ1S..ALP, THUHHIjAY MOl.NINCr Al'llfE 13, 188;, fi t 1 11 J HJJ THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD PFOUTS CLtlOTT A MALL. iMfcred - ftPM-om )(, Torn, at HeconU Ciail iUi'ui Terms of (utofrlpilon, Wrelilj, 9t . Moodt and 8Dkoy having finished up their evangelic-l tour la California, aro bow oominR esst, ani wlllbe In Chicago next Sunday. - S.1NA.TOR Fair and 8 niator Junos, 6fNe yada, Senator Teller and Senator Maxey, .a a..nknr V, lmumli and Senator Garland, PUU WVJMWW have all pairad and gone off, some for home during tne romamaer oi , vu -ww. and others on buatru'ss trips. Prksidknt Garfisld will move the executive office from the white house as .,.. a. tfen Tlht wliior ot the state depart- ment is comploted, and will make the white house exclusively a residence. He will also have it thoroughly renovated as it is sadly out of repair. s..ni N. StockwelL editor of the Boston Journal died a few days ao at the . P flfiv-ulaht years. He was one oi iu nl,l9t newspaper writers in New Engl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 April 1881

THIS D-ALLAH IIICllALIi TIIUJfH.JAY NVUNllHh AI'HIIj II, VH,r.n iiKTir.w. mil l'lcayun, marring i - 1. ...... 1.1 .!.,...( nd to be ba d In I'arli, bai v nti ilia allMilft! hd monetary con twice, 0 Iiminvinn i'i oet in raris. a raw certa la tbnt nil tbtt irreat power enrcfenleo. inoURn, owwk .."" dina of the invilutiuti, it is proDaoiu a rcat Briittia and Germany will ppear in an infitfm.i itmnimr. The (si oer iuii ce oi'ia'e Tears has brought about a decidud change ol opinion on the question of bimetalism, and a restoration of the double standard is likely to result. The vast power of the United States and its influence in determin ing Europeun policy are clearly shown by the history of this contest between the advocates of tLe two standard of value. The action of congress in romon etizing silver was a tiold step, but has proven A wise ono. It socmed for a time thai there vas great dans;r in adhering to a financial system that the nations of Europe bad either abandonod or were rapi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 April 1881

THIfl DALLAM lUCUALD, TIWUHUAY MUUMNU AVblh i I, 1881 The Dallas Weekly Herald PFOUTS ELLIOTT A HALL. Kntrrtil at thr -OfTtrs ft lxilta$, Texal, a Heamtl VUut Mutter Trrini of luhirrlpllon, Wtrkly, . per Vrar. During Easter rocess Prime Minister Gladstone, of England, will tako a so voy age for bis health . To DAY. according to Professor Tlce, will be clear or fair, and to-morrow to the 17th It will be clouding, ttaroatoning wenthor. Gknbral B. P. ButUir, of Massachusetts with his family and some relatives, is now In Florida on a touring expedition, having made the trip in his yacht. Thb Cincinnati Southern railroad declaros for Maro.h the sum of $100,000 not earnings, a Bum equal to the intorest on the city's debt contracts in the construction or this road. One of the sources of revenue In England ii a tax Upon wedding rings at the rate of seventeen shillings per ounce, and no less a sum than $100,000 Is annually received in this way. Tna new board of aldermen are after the oleomar...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 14 April 1881

TUJC DALLAH HKIIALD. TmIKMOAY MOUNINU, A I'll I A 14, 1881. utkir, nrrriAM. Warn, Special to th llr.tl. Waco, April The Btme Medlrnl loclatlon was Ll-rd working body to diiy. Early In tbe roornlrjc roiolutlon wm adopted declininR tbe eicurtion up the Central extentlon to-morrow, on tbe ground that the aiaocistido had no lime to watte on iuch trips. The location of the state unlvenity was diacuiiod in thu morn iDR, but wh Unally dropped without arrivlDR at a definite conclusion. As on yesterday several physicians read paper on various topics and made verbal statements concernm notable cases coming under their observation in the course of practice. There was no contest over tbe election of officers for the ensuing year. Dr. Ashbel Hmith, of Houston, Is president; Dr. 8. P. Starloy, of Oorsicana; vice-pretidont; Dr. Bibb, of Austin, secretary Dr. Larendon, of Houston, treasurer. A judicial council of eight members was chosen. Among tbe delegates elected to attend the ' Amorican Medical...

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