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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 19 May 1881

Tl'lK I)ALIAHI1ICIIAIJTHUHDAY MO.IN1NO MAY lit. 1QH H DOUSBYVS DICKER. HIS RA30AM1I IN THE Bl'AE E0DTE8. IIow the Onrit-lliif RoMittor 'ntibHKil 1 lime Is) Mhiii'n (ImnIi-A II latory f III a Nrhemee In A rMniiMH-sj-tlta Pale Ini-liulu thn I'oalmnater of I.HIIe Hock 'rllllMil ' lea of ttt Oretcini Let ter lit KxlNieuce, Chicago, May 14 A. special 1o tl e Intor OoeftQ from Li tie Hock, Arkansas, sayi the fraud of t'm nor ruuto rinj, wliiob are at tracting the at ention of the country, aro no newt In Arkmshs, E, Senator Domey's con neution with them has long boon suspected Do procured tho appointment of ex-Gov-eroor O. A. Eadley as postmaster at Little R ti-k, supposing hn could count on bit assistance in forwarding schemes on the treasury in connection with the star routes, knowing this, in January, 1828, bo sum i 1 ni ley aDouttiOO hlark proposals and bond j w. hicti the ring had printed for the roAf" us. and which warediuerent from thoso printed by the government, and for wardnu li ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 26 May 1881

f 1 E DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD, DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2 G , 188L---V0L. XXX, i0. 45 ONHOI.IP AtET V1TII ll'KICK HVE f.tKTS. ALLiAsyL All. I lUJimrrviiii.. j TO r THE RACE THE fiACES at the Driving Park this week are exciting not a whit more interest than the Special "Drives," of another kind, AT SANGER'S, where Extraordinary Inducements are offered for THIS WEEK ONLY, in honor of our CITTS GUESTS and tor the benefit of TatronB both from abroad and at home. Visitors aro cordially invited to mako a tour of our Retail and Wholesale Departments., They are assured of Courteous Attention and will be made to feel Welcome on every spot of our broad Acre of Attractions. Burning tlio thread of our regular remarks, as advertisers, we beg leave to announce among the SPECIAL DKIVErJ mentioned above for THIS WEEK ONLY, the following in BLACK AND WHITE. BLACK DltESS GOODS. SPECIAL' FIGURES FOR THIS WEEK. ONE SPECIAL LOT of BLACK BUNTINGS all wOol.of a superior quality offered at 15c. Ladits vlt...

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. — 26 May 1881

. p PY, THE I'ALjAH U 4 JftX!). THCH 'AYMOUMNm, yAYaO, !N, The Dallas Weekly Herald nlrf of thrnl-Omn ai PnHru, Trtat, M Mrrwfki Afar PPOUT8, ELLIOTT A HALL. THE BPIRir OF PROdEESS. It Is a real pleasure to every citlwm o' Tex i to know that tha ptr.t of progress is abroad in our land. Wesoetbo effects cf ItiiDfluenco In every portion of the slate, in the railroad building that is going ahead bo vigorously. It Is true that theso rends in the main, are boine built by capitalists from abroad who are investing their monoy in our ' midst In this sort of enterprise, but they hav iTrnil pnm of their vim. some of tut progressive ideas into tbo minds and boso of our people, and thoy too nave a quicn lf, nf the blood and have awakened the importance of those natural resources with which Toxas is endowed, in some locitlities the spirit has taken a firmer and a livelier bold than in others, and the result, as we can see, if we but look, ia that thev are eoinc ahead faster and are rcaniuir rich...

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. — 26 May 1881

r i " - 1 ! THIS DALLAS JUICHALD, TIIUItSDAY MOHNINO. MAY 20, 1881 j7 HOIWII ON UOSCOE. j tT w triTOB op AmiRa ih ms state llm Miowlav For III Keiarn to the eunte-I'rllllon J m (oinlni latu lha Aeaainbly at Albany, Prolenlluv Alnt Ilia Me-eleetlou Mono latloue In hU raver Pnaacil by tUe Al bany Ueneral 'CumiuUtee. Albany, N. Y., Mayl8.-The adminlstra. inn mnmbtr of ibe legislature era I t in thnir determination to vote for no man HUH ' " - for sonator who is not koon to be in cordial sympathy with the rdministration, and thoy will, under no circumstances, vote :or any man who has antagonized rresider.i r.nM np K& uvnwed his nuroose to do iO A,i.... M V. Mv 18 Thirtv five members of the assembly, Including Sponker rnnl ihllean L'onerul committee. The utmost secrecy was maintained as to the proceed- TtiA IQfiA rn ri Ja. UO WUW way - tr rosolu ions endorsing the action of President OaiQuld on tho K bertson nomination. Albany, N. Y., May 18 Tho followinR are the resolutions of the r...

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. — 26 May 1881

f. TllK fv- 1 ) q AY MOM- lNu n-AY ilV IHH, 0 L : . . ' ..fin-UK trtll i.niie WPFKt.Y HFRAU " u" IJlEi l.'AUUW i.w."'-. I avm l VUut ittutur j Ami of rain and parity iloiuly weather; re oiid earowrter. " Boston is trying t Rot up world'i Mr for 1885, but It wouUouly bo Mr for the world not to have It there. IT is said by an ixchanRS tbat General IenatieiT. in his circular to ltus,ia's provin cial eovornors, says that cordial co 'opS rnft tinn between socioty aud thu Roverr, will eud existing ' troubles. 'Oo-opjr V ...i...ki., kUu !n Russia a meaning JTTOTn pectod by diction ry makers elsewhere. It is a matter oi wy Brav' d'mbt M 0 wbotber "all paths of glory lead but to the grave." IaAmorican politics they snem lo lead nearer to the penitentiary, and tte broador they ba the quicker thy get there. It b enough to make a patriot sick to get on to a trail nowadays of soma of ouCmore prominont politicians." Nkws continues to be sent forth to tbo rouding public that the Mormon rank are be...

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. — 26 May 1881

BTA8D8 ADJOOBHED BIBB DU it Ho Hnect-tors In the Oallerles aad Htnolor. IndullC ,,M,d ahakloK WeH-wWhlmr-(liiuillr' HtmUuatiou HeJeet-el-HomluaUoiie sent In br the Presi dent itud Conllr. . nation t7 Koonte BKNATB. Washinston, May 20.-Mr. Bayard, of the committee nppointod to wait on me p. Hont to ascertuia whether be bad any nlpRtiom to maliO to the senate, reported that the committee bad 1 ..'..a iia A,av and tbut the presidiut Vtjl 11 Jl I1AA si m j - , Ld ttBJ that he had no further communi- ...!... ,r.ui. thnrrunon Nr. I'endletun offered a resolution declaring that when the eenate adjourn to-day, it aau Btanu i J A', a Mr. InjMlls objected to the present consid eration of the resolution, and it was laid aside r. .v,o tlom hMitiir. liable, howOVW. to be 1U1 tua D The senate tben, at 12:10 p. m.. went into nnanod. tbo SODftte, &t K.ifir, m. on motion ot Mr. Pendletoa, adjourned sine die. Contrary to the usual custom, no presi ji rf h annate, was elected. Tbe vice-pre?ident wa...

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. — 26 May 1881

I lHf, 3f l,AT IHKK l 'I. .isorown .. ( ,. .1 away." olil annuls whlupBf, "Wf ' An Bat AO Th wi Iu SOCOI' :, dOflUdll lot! OMnvfr-avy nil darling . Qonafruin this worl.l ir woe. The .tar. Mam to oe. ita.tr twilling inUieaHiilla-Moflilssinile. And 1. oil lun with piiy' B'"n. My loualy hour 1 1 boaullti. Th moon seems en wrap's in wonder, H, r beams arc so still and jale. Why thin lowllMiol urOi'. lovely b.otsoius Htaould die ere tlie '. wintry galet Yet Uocl lsjust, they sny to. me. And called lilmto Hh lohl, To afoly guard nd keep my child la ills iirotoutliig hold . la fancy I see the boatm m's arnlle, As ho spfli dlly woada hi a way, And hear the dip of Hi B'drt u Near thulumU'f "tern .1 day. . They come tt the liar:., t of honvonly r.wt Ami launch thflranuwy sail, In theinldJtof a holy aigal baud, That with J -y uiidBr.etlus hale. They pass UhmurIi the gates of t'ao city , Ah 1 up to th MJiiaron's throne, With U.tr J -5 fid sougs ol welcome To that brtulit Immortal uomei And plac...

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. — 26 May 1881

Mil I I I " W iHK I'AhhAH HWALDTlIUttHUAY MOKNINU M Y 20, Iflfll. 0 arncit Lr"i nnnlfd nart! Or, eil Klerled-Olher Jflunoll noil cli edjout tbo m rtunoll met In adjourned meeting lerabor last night at 8:20, ourmnent, Myor Hunt pre- memben of the board were Secretary Swlnk road tbo foIlowlnR: Hisolved, Tbat this council ro. w... rea-rot the reflff-istion of J. B. Hereford. .esoVas city "creury ' Kosolvcd, i nat vno tlremont, do lender to him their Ibanh. i for the able and conscientious piw N has for more than Ave years conouuveu iu businer of tbo cut, una place upon record thoir attestation of the fidelity with which he has continuously managed the trust conferred upon him by various couuclls and the 0'LARK ,1 D Cartkb, 1) A. Williams, U M TllXMiN, ,) S Ballard, F 11 AIoork, Z Hunt, U S Ervay. -Alderman lUUard moved that the resolu tions be spread upon the minutes. Carried. . -:....ti.n f,,v thn interior rift f partmmit at Washington, making inquiries L. fespcctinR coul oil used in ...

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. — 26 May 1881

irv THE DAi.LAB I1J511ALD, T1IUKHUAY MOHNING MA V i , COXKLIXGVS CASK. SITUATION OF THB 6QUEL0HED BENAT0E8 Au Albany FHprr '" h ne lrrmliiMiMi rroU. . ' - to fcnler lliaa F'l t,,r 110 I olerllmis Hoberlaiiis En ilurHlbyn iiasa-ateet-linr-lta-HCt'Oii lu'tlie l.ou tl'" re l Flavor of :onklluy. M ew York, May 215. -Tho Trlbuno pub lishes the fotlowim, brief editorial: "The folio ivor of Conklinjc met on Sunday after noon at Vice-President Arthur's houeo in this cit Tho two ex-senators were present and received assurauccs from a number of office-holders' of support in case thoy should be CRndiduti s for re-eloctioii. Letters and tclcer ! in answer to communications seDl out 1 lit.g were leceivea irom various r i'e. Cjnklins; decicl to . nud Piatt decided just ih''. j.: will probably o to c4.;; . v . . nu thoir friends i;i 1. -.v. i' nbera to D'sUt them, cm .Micaus still state thai I',..-; can't be re-elected. I ,a are said to be already a. A good tizod meeting of : i. inistrHiii.il was ...

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. — 2 June 1881

f E DALLAS WEEKLY HE DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1881.-V0L. XXX, M). 45 OONBOMPATEn WITH TIIEl DALLAS DAILY COMMERCIAL, 1 UITBD If Lady Patrons would be Suited in the ircpoitant P"M J tllTT Fit and Trice, they bhould lose no timo in calling at our LAUIK.0 &uii AND ULSTER DEPARTMENT, where a very iutercsttng programme lias been arranged , ,, . ;Tfa nnm In anticipation of the early arrival ot a number of bpeotal Lots, con tractod fr in New York, which will necessitate large unci qui Department, we ofllr unreservodly our entire Stock of t -LADIES Fifty Per Cent Below - FIGURES OF LAST SEASON Thills the most marked General Induction ever made In any one line at thla early singe a 868800 OMr offer mc.iiW, with Every Suit sold, HALF PHICE FOB EDLL TAIUE. LADIES' LINEN SUITS. 83.50 Suits marked at $1.75, $4.00 Suits marked at $2.00, o $4.50 Suits marked at $2.25, $5.00 Suits marked at $2.50, : $5.50 Suits marked at $2.75 $(J.OO Suits marked at $3.00. And so on upward; each Suit be...

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. — 2 June 1881

7 ,n iriHA', Tituitnw sio vim jins 2, ihi. y A A nenerallL j falling barometer ami no thangt in Uii' f ra- iure. Tins Mexican congress, Mj conttrrhed the conceMiur1" :b houses, bai undo to Captain cuuunucu iu - aoro8j tbo iathmus tii- .if Wales ha three dauihtor l UB x nnt v , .u'vely Louiso, Victoria -a irfXte being thevon ten Uu,a Bus. A- T.uueriut public will be .spited to know that thuy tako their music -lessons m u o in mo mui s- Tiiitan is a restaurant roau in New York who servos up, who givos a meal of all the delicacies of tho season fur one cent, ana no save ho is making a fortuno at it. He says a . he can make a barrel or soup f ir twenty nts that will be stiSttoient for 1,000 persons under if he utilizes stray cats and patron- be dog pound? lmistoky of the present Conkling- ation emeute would not ' be corn- information that Judge Robert v?sent collector of customs for aw York, wears' no mustache, V, but keeps bis chin bunod beard, reaching to the top suppressed.! tterest ...

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. — 2 June 1881

G AND PL ATT. I RE-ELECTED OB HOT' htrr Natnra Keen reel the I for n umis, whleli Will I'rolia bly lm Hold n Munaay Tbo mocrrtl Nnld to Have Kettlrtl on Meymoar nuil rotter. , Albany. K. Y.. May 27. -Some forty seven member assembled to meet Colliding Jo a friendly confertmce last niRh'., to tais over the situation. When the hour of meet In? arrived but one-half the number iwpori fled, and too confidence was not held. It is mid that the administration men, learning ot he liroposod movement, and fearing it might result in some sort o a nomination of Conkling and Piatt, pro- Wiled n the mombsra to refrain from Thn d ministration members met last night for conrerunre, and talked freely .,. ikn niiiiuiinti. Th imnclul-in reached " wl i - - was that thoy would not go into caucus, but would attend a joint meeting 01 doio nouses ... m i a . . i.. un on weunesaay. next ano. vuw iur iuu iwu candidates to be agreed upon hereafter. The names of Rufus ii. - Ohoate, Ohauncy M. Dopew and Comptrol...

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. — 2 June 1881

junk te, mm. THEDALLS WE I.K IHERALD Mnltrtd at Mnwl-Oi7W nltntUu, Torn, VUM MiUttr ppouts, vXunrr & haul. Mr. Joutj McCullouuh, the Irsnedian will returnhome trout Europe In August. Kekormkd Episcopalian! is to have a cdII-e In tbe suburbs of Oblcago, tbn ground hvlnR alroadbeon donated. MmmoAw havinc abolished caplnl pun ; jsbment is dissatisfied with the iffrtcts, Btid a bill has passed the lower house or tbe leiia laturo now In seisiun. to restore It. Wk co a deal of talk about Gonerul Brady and ex Sjnator Dor.-oy and croohid mulls in tbe newspapers of lute. This buslnets has nothing to do wiih tbo Bogiti'.uj kicktr hash? ; In August there will be an international exhibition of electricity, aid an eleclrio oongresa in Paris, and Mr. Norman Wil liams, of Chicago, has been appointed hon orarvcoinin'ssioncr for the United States. iMiss Mary Anderson has an offer from the mansion of tbn Drury Lino Theatro, London, to play there tnis summer, but she prefen not to go to London unt...

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. — 2 June 1881

n. i inn nr.MRkT. i J r TiinolHina Warra, Iminii im fiillirnnmffitlim r enu'ili lil" llili' '"i "r lili rinl M(llfraw I i. Iiiia--rltir 'nMii w l.mlaoiilld' hrf AituriK li'h inn now of irt-; ti lKifclriirI". enturliiK, Iuuimi, " A ll'lln nmlilB.i ilrvMiiln tlr Hue iimiiiia 01 nr minor -HeMli wlimaof U..lli-'lu HlBliHOf wo And i""uai"lo"r hli Ufo In jillooui ton. ' Poor el.ll J , la on , We mooring prophet Wu'efue. with falter lint. on. who lil-i To Ma "a ori'Hiu. H.rli.. her mm and cilt Toheaf I Mp-"l'l o5 uoh pure IteachU.TlhiVr'.ue, mlRbt aU)- the wlnita of Thalu'lhe lenrt, fan thy father', eyes." The uroiiirtit-Blulu cnmi'li lleon every bandi BovJa uw.U the uioruina vulture.' MMeiuuly water-skin" and crnnol maws The ih.riin. Uil;v-tcfiUlliMOftuil. IIomu:t'M.tro8lu o'er the mo mlt KonJ, 'Uvpfiiimuiy liroWl 'slttup JimkeuUB all OrilmtliBl,wlnB ro tJeatU'H, why Azrael A chi?aeliitlier from an empty land." Xay,"alth uvolc, "tho Wind of Azraol'a A chli .'J tvoet breath Una Btllluli eo...

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. — 2 June 1881

nittii tt ait.au lllfiHAl.D. T11UHDAY MOHNINCi .JU " - ISASTEll Victoria WUhM M errd no rr- mi lull f Calamity. ronton. OnL. MV 25.-XMieray even- JnffiitOo'oioelt the BtoRiner Victoria, wltb over 6tx hundred excursionists on board, was returning from 8prinR Bank,' and when near the Cave railway bridge, one mile below th city, the boat suddenly collapsed like an eae shell, and became a total wrck, and t. nnur IovbI with the wators edge. All the passengers were instantly plunged into the siroaQi, more thau Zhtr.f thnm Imiriff uudnr the dobns. Tha Aral nnwfl of the disaster which has .nh ihn oitv was brought bv survivors, who struggled ihroueh the street wet and ftvil liUa a 1 Viiinfrftrhnlt And BtflmDode took pluce tor the spot. Arriving ,ln s iirht mot their view, r ltty or sixt bodies had already boon recovored, tlin bank. Those arriving from the city, from evory direction, crowded around anxious to seo if any relatives were on board. About one thousand families were wpresontod In t...

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. — 2 June 1881

PA LI.AnllHfllOK. uf Knrfelleel l C!linr rfslest mcotlnn of the county com- cnnrt the oountv attorney wrs requested to examine tbo charter conditions of iho Dallas Bridge Company, ana w Rive bli opinion si to whether or i.ot tho Bridge company bad performed tbe condition! of he courier, and to report whether or not the non perf.nmanoe of the conditions would work a forfeiture of It- The county attor ney, after oa examination of the facts and the charter, gives it as Ms opinion that sum ci"nt cause exists to work a judicial fortoit ure of the corporation . charter. It is m de the duty of the attorney cene.al, when satisfactory evidence is laid before bim, that any corporation receiving; state aid has by the non performance of. the charter conditions or the violation of its chaiter, or by any act or omlsiion, urns-user or nnn-unr to take steps to forfeit the same. What notion ina county court will takolu refiud to ibis matter is not known. It is a matter in winch tho city of D.ttlas a...

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. — 2 June 1881

V T ALBANY. jENATORBniP QUE8TIOH. of the Collnttea lea ill Hop ol "worm - The Biil"cn Doinornllaecl I'lie Atataa of the .clliktur. Alhnv.N.Y.. May 23.-The Morning Express, which ropreionta tho Gonkling section, give-up all hope of securing a caucus It my: " nave uteu overridden in this matter. The parti tint been ovor-ri Man. TUu prospects aro now, in consequence of tlie withdrawal of enough numes to reduce tho signatures boluw the requisite number, that the republicans will proceed to vote without BOtt.ir.fr. their party affairs by themselves." Tbo Evening Journal makes the following ine clas8iflt'on of legislators on the poca torial question: Administration senators, 15 j assembly, 43 Total, 68. Anti-adruin-Mration: seuale, 9; absonibly, 81. Total, 40- On the Icnco: senate,!; OfweanWy, 7. To'al. 8. . , . . Buffalo, 51 y 28. Tho Commorcitl A.3 vertisor, ropublican, nf this city, publishes to-day an editorial acknowledgiut; that Gonkling made a treat mistako In resigning his snnator...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 9 June 1881

r r E DALLAS WEEKLY HER DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1881. VOL XXX, W. 54 DALLAS DAILY COMMF.KCI AL. con We eland Cou vloted on the testimony of GENERAL VUBLIO OPINION, of Selling the Best Uoods ot tlie Bottom Pilot's to be oblalaed anywhere In the great Southwest. The above CONVIC710N cannot full to Impress lUelf to nn nnumally roarkel degree, on the minds of those pa'rons win may accept thls.our inirltalun, tJ visit our SHOE DEPAItTMENT this week.wbero we offer some special attractions la our.scloot lines of SUMMER SHOES, : FOR ALL Men, Women and Children. We offer a value worth considering and securing in our Ladies' 2-Strap Sandals at 75' cents. . Our prices for better qualities are as low in proportion. We have reduced the prices of our best makes of LADIES' SANDALS as follows : ' From $3 50 to S3 00. From $3 00 to $2 50. From $2 50 to 82 00. .From $2 00 to $1 50. Children') Clippers at 3.1 Cents. I iiiulien's Sauttal at 50 Cents. Oar Stock ami variety of Ladles', Misses' a...

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. — 9 June 1881

: v- MOKNLVO JUNE I), 1 TUB f ' ' I. 11KIIALU, TltUHNDA Y northeast to north- higher barometer, Uicbmoi Virginia i hlindnpu. cdrv in the itjormometer tkirrri' ely up in tbo ulnetii) jesturday. rftLvtn Dows hit emended $2,000,000 in n pfoMtor in South Brooklyn which bus a storage capacity of 2 500,000 buaheU. Tub condition of Mrs. Abraham Lin coin, who ia bow at Springfield, it such that little hope of her rucovory it entertained. Agrauitb moouraijul to the late Zaeh Obaodlor has just been completed Ht the Maine quarries. It ia lorty leoinigaana weight thirty tout. Ex-Govbrnor Portkr, of Tennessee, is svd to be negotiating io New York for the completion of a railroad from Nashville to Bristo1., to give the L,ouisvi!!- uonopoiy another outlet to the seaboard. Titb strawborrv crop in the middle states is simply emormout this year, and everybody ia those parts can feast on the luscious iruii, while church festivals are every day occur ranees and dish up plenty of berries. In the last th...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 9 June 1881

TI11C DALLiN UlEUALD. TI1UH8DAV KNINU. JUAEU, J881 ivv vnnvv AND DEPEW LOOMIKG UP. The Hemilt of llie HnllwIlniC rr n! ceaaora to 'ukliK Mini 1'lnU -Ex-I'realilriit llityt-a.lu mi In terview, Unvn tnr I'onli- . liuir without Move . -- A Keveaa (o be Taken Till Tncailny, Albany, N. Y., June 2.-Follotvii,g is the result for the first ballot for the vacancy caused bv Conkling' resignation: Conkling 84,- Jacobs 52, Wbeolor 19, Rogers 11, Cor nell 21, Fon on 21, I'onioroy 1, Liick 1, Folger 2, Crowley 1, Bradley 1, Tremaine 2, . Chapman 1, Dutchor 1, Lsr 1mm 1, and Fitb 1. The assembly by a vote of CI to CO, bas adopted a concurrent .resolution for a rt-cess from Friday unlit Tuesday next. Following is the vo'.o to fill tho vacancy caused by Piatt's re-ignutiori: Plat. 28, Keruan 63, Dcpow 28 Cornell 11, Lipham 8. Evarta 2, Ward 3,- Folger 3, Crowley 3, Miller 9, Dutcher 2, Wadswortb 2, George B. Sloan 1, J. Vancolt 1, David Tvamsey 1, Feoton 1. . The joint session then proceeded to lako...

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