ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,780 items from Dallas Weekly Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,780 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 April 1881

The Dallas Weekly Herald ppoura uLi9rr a hall. merti at IhtPori-OCIU:. ot Dalla; Ttxai ut Term of Huhscrlplloa Werkly M per Vear. SAN JACINTO-To-day. the 21st it the forty-ilfth atini- (h huttla nf San Jnciuto the de y oi om j vi cisive battle io the war between Tomb aud Mexico indeed it was a deoisive baiue in toe fl.inonf the American union. It gave to the world the republio of Texas and gave Texas to the American union lo-aay vuo eurviving veterans of that short and fierce conflict but few feeble gray nairea oia men fcaoa mnt toffsther to celebrate this anniver- Bary and as with trembling limbs they come together for the last last time for some of them no doubt they will nlnan hands in remembrance this day forty-five years ago and with fal tering voices talk over the olden oiaen timo. Th will look about them but the manly form of Houston their leader will not be there; his flashing eye will tot beam upon them in its kindliness his magnetio voice will not be heard. Rusk will be mi...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 April 1881

TII12 DALLAS II13UALD uVUHDAY MOHNINUt AVHUj 'J 11881 l i .1 r v. y n. i. it. a. First 'lrt tlirnl..M Tealenlny Amid Moqnriil inl Timely irli"- A HnmUer of I. ! I'reaent-a 4ilol reellHSJ all AriMMl-Wliir Wit null WlNdoin MMlRht-A llrlglitOy In Ilie lilnlory of IbII. estmday bettvonii the boun of 11 and 12 o'clock crowds of vobMw carrlagns bu- hi oranibmei etc. filial with Indie and eotlemoB ipight have been leen proceeding out Main and Commerce itreHtt toward Browder springs to witness the cororaonies of inaugurating the construction enterprise of the "n to Mexico" march. Arrived upon the ground a hollow square was formed when Mr. B. G. Wright of Chicago opened the order of exorcises by delivering the fol- lowing address to the prealdont directors and projectors of the Chicago Texas & Mexican Central railroad company and to the mayor -and oitizins of Dallas: We have met here to-day on this spot Inaueuratn a beginning long looked lor and long hope 1 for. It is Debiting me to say ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 April 1881

AMitf ilttltAfrh TllVHHUXY AfOlNlNM AVM SI 188. The Dallas Weekly Herald 99 OUTS ELLIOTT A HALL. ner(J Ihtltiit-Offlr ct IMhn Tixat at tieaona viau junncr Terms of Subsrrlptlon Weekly !! per l'cr. REMOION AND SCIENCE. To co-orditmto the sei-mlngly antagonistic teachings of religion and of iclene to ascor- tain the fundamental verity the elementary principle by which a coaloscensa between known scientific. truthBand religious doc- trines may be effected is an undertaking which has tolensoly interested and employed wme of the highest order of intellect from the very dawn of history down to the preeeut time. The age of faith the age of doubt the age of hypoericy and the age of reason as invariably follow each other as do the periods of infancy childhood manhood and full matu- rity in tte individual. And in each there is such a tendency to be so arbi rary in the aesertionlof its claims and the accuracy of its dogmas that in the conflict truth appears to be ground out of sight between th...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 April 1881

7 T1U3 DALLAH 1IHSHAU) T11U118PAY MOHNINQ Al'IllL 21. 18 NOOSEli NIHILISTS. CZAR'S A33A33IH3 HAIOED. THE An lameiM Concourse of Witness be Eaeeutlon n ; CJood Order Is rreserved-Tbe Ropo or One Victim Breaks-Other notes About the HI- blllsis in BbmI. Tbe tsar's Assassins slanged " ..lie 11 I Via n nihil- St Petersburg April Hellfman.com condemned 1111 ewy " " . .t r .iu aiiih the Czar. assas- to ueavn lor tuuu"v" r Ri- Peoffsky baiitczo ;r;r. wore hanged at ten ociuu """.: MichelofT. rope bnke twice. Order jf umrhfid. There was an immense morning. WHS con- course ot spectators. - Appeals for Mercy Dented. St. Petersburg Arril 15-Appeals - .f Vio nihilists EuBSSkoff for and Siuivjr Michaloff were submitted . to the czar v. niiDi thnt the sentence of court : but must LO be carried out. it A Destrnetlv Hurricane In Mis n::.ti n Anril 14. A special die- VlUVIUunKf w.p I . - ...I. r vf Vvla TanTimsee. SBVS that paiCD HUU1 jucujuid 1 hurricane on Thursday in Mississippi crossed . . . : f1...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 21 April 1881

C'Ul '...IjIjAh iHSUAIi'. T 11UHHDA.Y MO ..NINO APniL ai 1S8. Tiff! HATORAI.TT HttlMI.K. The ileennfaf the rommlltn f In- vnallgittlan irirdir-TiM . Innllwn of Wlloaai Ktfl. Th MmmlitM annotated to Investigate the queition '.m to the liability of John Btono mayor elect mot n we city nan a yesterday afternoon. Present! Chairman Ballard Alderman fnnra and darter. Wbjta'' 4T Tlowman appeared for Colonel Stona Lid City Attorney UIddi tor tne city. 5" JAMgS HCBTOH the first wlinew teetiOod that he ..A trnnmn Hnlonel J. StODO for UHU " - overal year. To the Iqueslions If he irnas whora'Coional Stone roslded In 1879 he answered that he thought sometime in 1879 or 1880 he moved to the Soales place; said place Is outilde the corporation; don't know what month he loft there; it was the latter i r f..n. T innnnm thn cron on the place was Colonel Stone's; he had a crop of rye ana a macnine uo wm . (" cutting it; he had his stock there and his machinery under the shed; corn mills horso-powors et...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

7 E D ALL AS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 28. 1881. VOL. XXX JT0. 43. rONHOUOATEn 'WITH T"Bt DALLAS I DAILY COMMKKC1AL. 1 KHTABM-HKD IN 1810 (I ll'HICki riVJC CENTS. TM EMMtAClNU THIS SEASON A GREAT VARIETY OF SELECT SPECIALTIES ii v. fnrthrlB'pnumeritlon of ieadinRffRluro of Irtcrt centred at this time tn Below Will be found brje q ) EX E F U BN 13 III NO UOOD9 STOCK. OOMtKED SHIRTS. THE I'ENANG 8HIHT mads by Flak Clark and F1..B8 ofl'red at 1 M regular price 82.6. PERCALE SHIRTS A greater Mottmjnl .of ptyles shown than at any pr.vloiu s??S?"h SAMPLES of lU-se shirtings no m wh oh patrons o.derlng the read -made s I irto Ji.nv U guided a to the if l. taW Je e free on application. Prices 1 i. 1 Mi &1 w and 3 00. BOYS' COLORED SHHUS at OCc 05c 7o0. 84o and $1 10. WHITE SIIIBT8. We oflsr this season HANGKR BROV BEST ONLAUXDlUEUbHlIlTS In TWO CLASSES as follows : No- 1-4-PIy Linen Bosom reinforced By front yoke patent sleeve A1 baoa at 15 00 per doan. f ample Shirts wl...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

A V THUKMDAY MO (NlNtt APniu 1881. STATE SPECIALS TEXAS T0PI08 BT TELEQHAPH. Itallrond rig-lta at yaeo-lenloii Una a 9.0000 rir-Uvriir Throck- morton linprovliiK- Baloou Hnltledat Kiiase..Rnd li- quor KmpUed-Two Iilll. era Acquttleil at Jloiittou Waco. CnnnUI thft llnrsld. Arii !i Hostilities between rival railroad companies thai me seealng entrance tothlacity assuuml an active form to-day The Te::as & St. Loula'people guarded their track all lost nlirht fearing me aiiraun Faelilo force would tear It up. No ailernpt 1 In that direction. Early this morning a large force of men and ... 'ii..innoln to Die rival roads atooilon V9 tl O ----- the disputed territory awaiting instructions from Ihelr lespectlvo inuerlors. The morning passidawiiy without auy demonstration but it wui tvwent iouibuiiioii'uvl-iiiuuw " .. un m n'nliw.lr iha excitement was in tense unu an Immense crowd hud gathered at tlie scene of oper.tl.ons whore the I NHti labor- ers or each ro-d stood tauntlug each otlmr ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

7 'lJj lMLb UK1IAL0 TllUJtMIMY MOIINING Al'ilflV..N irtbX. b j Tim inir-HMiww Hon lr"rin Ihealifatlv forHifoiiilnir new volume en" "OrlilH il Jsynith umlnlhrr Jtortlu. J lly Haiiiii If. M. Hir.". Il l nut every one who known 'j hi' smry of llin llritt-liluwn tt A Ming In grove and toM I" elt A legend f Hio Orient) BHD cIiitIhIiciI as In uy-gonu llm'" rvlluii oinl the rhymes: Where the desert nii-oln the mmiiitulu rlnlng ft'oin the burning numls Faraway from palm una lotus crippled dwor: rfort a t)ioyn-hnh HtiimU. Nover hail a flower opened from hencath twigs or leaves) Covered with the dust or nges drooi.lngly sways ami grieves. From afar and near It must mutely hear. of Taunt uud spite and sore reproaches of luxu- riant oases From the haughty Leb'noa cedars to the hum blest blndes ol grasses. 'TIs even tide the Occident glows. Now big dew-tears the foliage throws Ou parched roots which claw the rocks) When far away the bleat of flocks Wake faint the echoes from the height From when...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

r J) l W .'Afi. TIWHHHM' MOWINU. AIM! 1j 'JH (HI. (1 The Dallas Weekly Herald PP0UT8 hLLIOTT A HALL. urt l ut llmflmt-omn al Pitlttu Tcxtu a Heooiul Vtuu Matter Terms ol Subscription WeeUly. prr leaf. Fiktbkx nations aru represented la tbe monetary conference now In icislon in Pari.. Moody anil Suukey held a christian con ventlon in Topeka Knms on the 20lh and 21bt Insts. Thky have oriranizid a movement in New York to erect a statue of Beethoven. "Will the pedestal be a piano? Gknkral Lonqstrbkt is to return borne from his mission abroad and baa been nominated for United Slates marshal of Georgia. Temperance seems to be on the up-grade in Illinois as in nearly all the reoent munici- pal eleotioos in that state the auti-licenee candidates were elected. Tub hkqira for Europe for summer trav el enema to have commenced as three hun dred ana fifty saloon passengers left for thut continent one dy last week. Bismarck ou receiving the news of the death of U'lsraeli was deeply anectea ana al...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

THIS 1MLLAH HICHAM T11UHHPAY MOHN1NO A PHIL 2. .31. ll vitr totrni.. A1onrnfl MuKllnv-ilin Hn-rt of Iha tluiiimftlca of lnr llillo. The city ooiftioll mot In adjourned iwln lint night t tba city hH Mayor Good presiding. Tho roll wai csllod uud full board wm proicnt. Mayor Good stated that tho meeting wat for the purpose of levying a tar paisinif upu the report of the commlttoa appointed to invtlgtH the eligibility of Colonel Stone and to elect holth cffloer. On motion of AJdormaa Tillman the eloo- tton of honltU olll ;er s gone Into Aldermon Williams end Ervay were Appointed tellon. Aldarmitn Tillman put In nomination Dr. Bam Field. Alderman Moore placed in nomination Dr. Jones. Aidonimn Carter presented the name or J. L. Adams. JNU-T 11 A LI IT Fields - Jonei "' Adams UbllUera (not In numlnutlou) SECOND BALLOT. Fields JoileN Aduma Dr. Fioldt havins received the majority of . . . i i . i . i i . u ..m tho votPS CBsl was aociareaiue uumiu umucr .i.t f ko kIio nf run m. and will enter...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

THIS DALLAS IIICItALD THUHHOAY MONNINU AVlllL UHt lbUi 0 The Dallas Weekly Herald PfoUT tLLIOTT A HALt. ' MiMntd ttt Hulhift-Oltlf ft 1hH" Trxai Ul riiKl CVti iMaiWr Trrnm or Suhsfrlp'loii Wnkly. M par !'' TEX 48 SLANDERED. Mr. Frye of Maino on Wedneidy in a Bpeech In tba Unitod Slates senate took occasion to retail slndorous statement against Terai. The substance of that state- ment wai that political prejudice existed in Texas and republicans wtre not only politi- cally but socially ostracised; that a free ballot and a fair count could not be obtained and that at the election in November last mob violence and Intimidation were carried on in the state.especlally in Harrison county. This statement was only detailed at second hand bv the senator of course be basing bis remarks upon information he had obtained nt unless he knew those charges tn ha true or had indubitable un &n;av.u owl of their truth it vrni unbecoming- in him. a senator from great state and speaking upon the floo...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

THE DALLAS nEHALU THtnSDAY MOllNINa AVU1L 2D 1881. 1 ) TOtyY WORD THE BESATOBIAL DEBATING B00IEI7. orrlll of Vermont Tehee the Floor Denial of What Ho Termed the Baaelea Cliargea utm Corrupt Uarzaln Kererrlog to Mi- lioae Olber Tllte Wills I ho Tougue. "Washington April 22. Tne vice-president having laid before the tenate the unfinished business being the resolution for tbe election of officers of the senate the usual motion to go into executive session was made by Mr Harris acd met with its usual vote being lost yeasl7 najsa. Mr. Morrill then took the floor in denial of . what he termed the baseless charge of a cor rupt bargain which had been so flippantly made and which implied that the renudialion senators were parties to hat bargain. He was sorry to know that anv democratic senator should have such a poor opinion of him that a denial of the charge should be needed. So faras tbe vote of the senator from Virginia (Mahone) was concerned be (Morrill) bad understood in advance that i...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 28 April 1881

v . I KMTIMYKn.J '1'H k UALLAH IlICHALD THURSDAY MOICNINd AI'ifjL I! 18 HjnoniU ol Opinion of romitill" or Appeal Adopted bjr inriof Ap- peala. Knaur vi Erwlnj appeal from Fannin Coun ts An Tintlin based UDon a loriuitou i... .i i hiuiim nn mora efficacy In reaching exempted property than an execu tlon upon euy other simple Judgment. Ke vertea anu mnmmou. . - Pierponl & Tuttle vi Susie et alj appeal ( S .11 nAiintn 1. A reot ipt for money it only prima facie evidence of payment ana way us o plained or contradicted by parol. 1 M nnalt tnllttfi .11. ludirment DV ar attorney of record bo far as the payment exienus is oniuum ur - -- rh.ron f Ihe whole luflemeut for less than iU amount is not valid against tbe client. 8. The assess ment of the per cent dam hv tlia attitule. 1 within the discretion of the juctga and unless manifest error appear his discretion will not be revised. Affirmed. Quinan 0. Hoskius v Bingham ut al; appeal from Coryell county. A tenant cannot disputo the title...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

THE D ALL AS WEEKLY HERALD DALI AS TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 5 1881. VOL. XXX' NO. 43. OONHOLIO TBt WITH TUB I DALLAS DAILY COMMERCIAL. J f FHfMBfSHED IN lxl PRICK lvlfi CENTS. r T R AW TUAT HUOW WHICH WAY THE WIND BLOWS FOR BARGAINS OV THE KIND A KB TO HE SEEN AT NANGKK'S. A3 INDIUA1ED BELOW : MEN'S STRAW HATS. Straws Straws Straws- Stra-ws Straws Straws Straws Straws Straws Special Sale OF A Number of Lines Marked Down to Half-a-Dollar (50c) from as high as $1 50 and embrac- ing many popular styles in various braids and different colors offered thus low in order to set the ball rolling for a most successful season. cheap i CHEAP nm Panama Hats at 10c and 15c. COOL Lake Horn HatS' at 203'' 23 and uPward- SmfSbta blr I Pam Hat8' at 33c- 40c- and 50c MACKINAW HATS at 75c $1 00 $1 25 SI SO $1 75 an i upward. PANAMA HATS at 75c $1 00 and 81 75. CLOTH HEMLET IIATSatS5c; SEA GRASS AT 81 25. CHINESE or CORK HATS at 850 81 2581 0. PLANTERS' HATS of sea grass anl mohair with wide brims underlined ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

J 1 " M !U ' NLWO MAY fl IQB1 The Dallas Weekly Herald PPOUTV ILLIOTT MALI. Kntornt at lb 11-Offlrm at IhiUiu Texai tnma (Hit AtiUttr Tfrmi ol ulnrrlpiloa Wetaly M lr . Tana mill at Flint Mlohlgan will this season cut 50000000 feet of lumber em- plojinR 274 men. Tub birth day of Alioe Cjarey wm cele- brated la the English departments of all the rjublio lobooli la Gkcinnatl on Tuesday last. Jamks H. Nelson late major and pay- matter in the United States army died in the penitentiary at Albany New York a few days ago where he had been sent for the embezzlement of government funds. A OKifTLHMAN living at Normal Illinois has colt wi'.h seven feet. The extra ones are on the lore legs one has three feet and tha other two. Tbey crow out from the pastern 1 pints. From the 1st to the 3rd there is to be a fftlltnff barometer risinz temperature and oloud'ne. threatening weather with raiB according to Professor Tice. The 2d he says will be comparatively one of the warm est days in the month. No...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

T. TUB PALLAS 11KHALD. TIlUnSDAY M0HN1NO MAY fl 1881 s . . ' I 1 WWVMIM MAULING MAIIONE. ! the female heirs provided ill surceason ! ... . ...L.k. ..manf ll'Iirull. BUI BUTLiiB OF 8. 0 OS THE BABOAIB. seventeen Reaaona SJIveu Why alav honeDlckered" With We Itepub. lleaaa to Carry ot the Aaeer- lion Hade y Mr. nolle- .bat II Would' Kalabllata tbe raet or Resign Ilia Heat In tbe 17. B. Senate Washington April 28. Tbe vlcopro.1- deni having laid before the senate tbe un- finished business being tbe resolution fur Ibe election of senate officers the usual motion was submitted bv Mr. Pendleton to go . into executive session .and met with its unvarying fate lost by yeas 20 nays 21. Mr. Butler then took the floor premising his speech by reading from the reoord the report of tbe colloquy which occurred be- tween himself and Mr. Burnside on the 20th instant during the course of which he bad stated if he did not by irrefutable evidence establish tbe fact that there had been a bar- gain he wou...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

TntJIIMOAY MOIWINU MAY' fi 109. 0 The Dallas mVeekly Herald Tffnn ol Hutwfflp Inn W.sVV. 1 eee tMf. Mninrnl nl IM flea pi DnHiu Tftiu u wrl (' toninr PfOUTS SLUOTT A MALL. " Von the year ending; March 81t last our exports exceeded our Import! by $243415- BJ9 a very eoorl showing. Profhssor Tic iM It would be cloudy rainy weather from the lit to the 8rd and be bit It exactly. He jays that from tbe 4th to the 6th it will be clear. To-day he iayi will be one of the comparatively cooler dayi of the month. Mr. W. M. Crow a gradual of the class of 1874 of Emory uolleff? ha jmt founded and bal chartered "Hubbard collate" at Overton Rusk county thii atato. His assistants are all graduates of the bast southern colleges. TnR scarcity of water in some of the great cities is getting to Ibe a matter of serious in- convenience. In New York Chicago and St. Louis loud complaints are being made and the quality of water that is being wed in the former two cities is occasioning much gicknosj and new s...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

TUB DALLAS HKIIALD. TllfJlf 8DAY MOimiNG MAY fi. 1881 3 cur on 11 ii. 'olfMK'l M."il" jittntfir l rr real-la nml lh ' l.wr.l llllil-l;lffll4MI "I " nKrii-ii. W. nwluk nM"ilBry-Mlmr Wnllr. The city council mat St iba council cham 'bur lait nlabt In n(!uUr session AlJerm u iTInnt. mavor nro turn.. preiding. Tho sue Tntiirv called the loll and a full board ans-vred to thir names. At this Juncture of the prooewlin(? Colonel John Stone mayor elct wtiom me cuneii .Honi.lml VIM. luolliJIUle t tbe cffl;e at a forum nioeunjr came forward and stated that be was present ti preside. He rlilwd that be was elrcibie to me omce which the people bad elected bim and ibat be was ready t taka his teat and asked that the council decide. The mayor pro tern stated that tbe request of Colonel a oDe could not be granted unless the former anion 01 me counuu iw reuuuoiu ercd. (Julctinl Stone tben stated that bi wniilfl ntmiiin. Tnn .ornturu read the minutes of the arltnurtinri mnntinir which stood SDDroved Th...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

TUB DALLAS 111CKALP TI1UH8PAY MOHNINO MA fl 1881 DOINGS OF A DAY. T0PI08 OF THE TIMES TERBELT TOLD. An Incipient Vi.lranct In Ktniturtij A Neusatloat at HprlnKfleld. Illi- nois t'nnnetr.by Hotel Keer IlefiMlnv to Btertln tlio t!olnrl Mais ana Hrnlhcr'-lInncinKt llvllel l)eini- rrnts lu Ar ' itnwtiiN.Kte. "Mo NlirsrorNoeit Apply." ChioKuo April 29. Somftbiug of a le- gation hB heeii irtattd t r-'irii .flo'd Ills. by tbe rffusal f botcl keepers to receive members cf a troupe of jubilee singers from tbo Fisk univorsity of Tennnssoe as gun.tg lor two das next wi ck. A great poiut is mwle on account of tbiB refusal being at tbe h ime of Lincoln and the' emancipator of tbe colored race. All the hotel mou with tbe exception of one basetbeir actions on the fact that the Ugislat'. re being in ses- sion their houses are full. The Le'and house manager says be runs his house to make money and cnnot afford to drive away his white guests to accommodate col- ored people. As colored travelers have ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 5 May 1881

THIS JJALLAHIIBKAMITIIUIIMDAY JtfOIININO MAY fl 181. A WdHIX NTI M4l.l.ri Mr. I Viiirnlini'li WislMr"illal "S S'lllaeis of the I'stiled Mates-Use First lisatniroS' n lleenfil. Thero u rjtivel proceeding In tlin dis- trict court yesterday. Mm. OIIhUo Van- denbascn wm naturnllr.d M a oitl.on of Ibe Unlled States tho first instance of the kind that ever occurred linre. Mr. Alf Murk her attorney made the application. It appears that her husband 0. J. Vandonbasch who was a native of Belgium made applicalioL to become a clti.n of the Unlled State and that before the time be had to wait ai Crescribsd by law bud expired be diod. nder the laws of the United States in suoh cases IhK wife and children should the have any can become naturalized by taking the oath of allegiance. Her h (band having left considerable prop- erty in Belgium in order to get possesion of it the oath of allegiance to this country on ber part was necessary. In her application she represented tbat she is the surviving wi...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x