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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 9 June 1881

TIIJ5 DALLAM iUM UVUH XmO I MfrVKfl, 11 TH-J DAI LAS WEEKLY HERALD thxltrml tit thrfiJl-omn ot DiiHul, Trxa; ai oun'i t'1aj Matter PF9UT8, ELLIOTT A MALL. A BICK BA.HY. The Fort Worth Democrat, In a recent lsmo. tayt It U rot ittu'iou of any paper, but it is ttirprirod to know that the people of Fort Worth should give the Dallat Ubrald "any tupport. The people of Fort Worth are sensible peoplo and act with ood Judg ment In patronizing so newsy, wide awake and useful a daily paper aa the Hkiiald, and it is not to bo woudorod at that the Democrat, is surprised at any transaction that bus good senso In it. The reason given by the Damocrat why the people of Fort Worth ought not to support the Ubrald, is that it abuses and says little things cf Fort Worth. So silly a charge only excites our risibilitios. The Hkiuld ha? never dor.o Buchatbing. It is now too widely known .for pursuing just the oppoeite of such course of journalism. It has always spoken kindly of the Fort; commended the enu...

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. — 9 June 1881

TH 15 D,Mi lrfon noun. anio(I hum. L llarinx ni n rl Mid Noiiis no ." far for n Airen"v -""' course. TheiprliiR mooting of the Jockey Club (Aoei under the uplcoi of the D1U Blood Done Amouialion, wblch communced on My 24th, wore naoumnrlly twloe poitponed, oneoounlof ooiilioued Mini nftor the Drit day, nnd yestordy the ci.rd for the wound day w curried out. The woathor wm beautiful, the tracl wa in tip top condition, and th attendance was fair. The Queen ;ity Guards' bras band discoursed fine music at Intervals, until the mount was called for tho Qrst race and between the races and heats. The ilrst race was ONJ6 MILK AND A HALF with two cntriei", Bichrlor's Bessie Davis BDd .Lilly's ujsodii.i, iwo as Vioautiful aud a bluu blooded llllits as evrr ,uuuKU v" I pamd under a bUi.-k- The luinted young ! tZ Btaud preparatory to the mount, and bv tboir every action, Dy me mining"!!! w their ejus the side long glances they gave each other aud tUe eagerness they manifested for the co'niejt, t...

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. — 9 June 1881

fiCK STALWARTS. sKLINO ViETOALLT OUT OF THE BACK. Uovernor Cori.cU nn.l nepeW Appi 'roiilly tl. 1 ointiiHT .lcn-KcmiH or ' th FtrMtJomt -..le-Ketitaer (oiikllnk- Jir ''u HI Hill of Vt-'l A annibly Adjourned Till To-mrrow. cokklino out ck tub kac. , Albany; N. Y., June 1. It wai universally concede! Us', biht that Oorklinit is entirely out or tbe race. A nentlewan, who hud been 1.1 .:,u .u l...,1n,.ii f.,ran hour, bad HO ClOSttttiU TV U U bUO ' " ' - , hesitancy in iiilmiiliug ibtitit was a question which cundidales me pany kuuuiu rr,., w meet with unanimity wi.li tbe republicans. "Cornell and Depew" was heard on evsry side. A few votts for Ihn Kovernor are now said to - i . V... ,,.l,,,n tinrl SSBleel- DUVO OOMO. CttSli umwi..ii , inn for furlbor action should Cornell, eitner . .i.ihftFiiv il nroxv. make a . . . . ajtirinrr to tbe honor, BbaieUIClll. Ul vii-M.T M.r...-B n.i ..i ... nn iur a hn iii concerned, will be drtfoitoly decided; but on the contrary, abould no oral or written ...

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. — 9 June 1881

l,AH IIKHALU, THUHRMAY MO., NINO J( NJ3 II. I 'If! 1 1 ACTION AT ALiliAKI. THAT TAKEN ON THE) 8ENATOB8HIP. 811m I'ro.iirOt of Ilia nuitliork jlrokm -' 2tt Voton In Jain HiiiveiHIon-Kat-riiitreNtnin John hturlo jlloiiiloiioil ;ln toiiBertlou villi loiew IixIIvh ttoii HTnllo l it Mn of Jrk Homed. Albanv. N. Y., Juno C Tho convention assembled at 12 o'clock and proceeded to vote for the vacancy caused by the rcsUrna inn nf Conklinnr w ith this result : The vote by senators was ss follows : Jacobs & t-v.btm ft liters 3. Bradlv 1. Wheeler 6 Carnell 4. Fulner 1. Tho amenably voted as follows : Jacobs 23, Cot.kliDg 20, Uornell U, vvh, o T.i,hni 3. Kueeig lO.rremaine 1. Thn total vole was, Jacobs 25, Conkling 20. Ojrnoll IS, Whaler It, Lsphem d, TWnr. 13. Hridluv 1. Fols t 1, Irumaine 1 then nrocooded to vote to fill the vacarffcy cusod by the resignation of vi.ii Th ,,t voted as foilowt-; rialt k n'r.o. Vinmtt 8. Millor 2, Folzor 1, Kernan 8. Lpham 2. The weerobly voted (ii.,o... 1'uit...

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. — 9 June 1881

a if.no ad nooJi. 4. I.iinle !rretv nana" iVItn Hie mn' ntinila, ele t rornlKliKi 1 iia ble-lhe lint IU-I'ii"i ." lerprlaea. Lat evening Captain B. J. Adamt and W. II Oaston returnml from .tholr trip to 8'.. Louis, whither they went last wwk to conrer with Mr. J.W.l'i-rauiore, presidont of theTexatJs Bt.Louit Narrow Okuro reilroal company, concerninR the proposition to ex tend the lino of laid road to Dallas. Cap tain Adams informed a Hkrld representa tive that Present Paramore stated ththe would have the road in complete running or der between St. LjuIb and Texarkan wilhin twelve month from ibis date, and that if the citizens of Dallas would secure for his road tho ribt of way thiounta the city and cnur-tv, and depot (round?, vnd tho sum ot 35 000, he would guar-.nti-o th rompleilon of the line between rexurkana and. Dallas wuhin the satim period. I'i oiher woida, if those :j niUiir. th, nl.l hn Ht once 'ornoiiel HB1U ' UltUiMwii. c. ..... - c witb, v.ofbould have ibe continuous li...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 16 June 1881

ED ALLAS- WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1G, 1881. VOL. XXX, NO. GO KTABMHED IN1H ? J FWCJC KlVJfi CKNTd CONOMDATBn WITH THB I DALLAS DAlbY;cOMMKrtClAL. J SUMMER DAYS Preparatory to our Regular Iloductions for the Soa.on, to be announced ore long, we have arranged a number oi inviting SPSOIAIj oppkr Anions (hobo, wo have the honor loiiowirg ATI 5c AT 5c A N YARDS OF D AT 10c AT FIVE EMB rSo AWD 100 10c 2 600 Yards, priced horetoforo at from 5c to 8Jc, markod in common at Be. . 2 400 Yards, priced heretofore at from 10c to 15c, markod in common at 10c , , . . In the oama Department we are showlrg A Number of Exclusive Novelties in MATCHED GOODS. Ecru S,lsa and CumbrlC. rntclieleilgandlnSHrllon. Matched Hamburgs, Nainsooks, Swiss, &.a. a line of Brown Linen E.mbi'oiderlcs, reduced from I5c, 20c, and oOc, 1 , common i" t5o Cash's Colored Ruffling, reduced from 20e end 5c to IOC. I CO Tozen fancy eiubioid ied WD TlfS t 5C. One Sued d lot "f -illt embroidered Liwn Ti S, ...

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. — 16 June 1881

r Till!! DALLAS HKIIALD. TllVittWAV MOHNiNU. JUiv; 1 Alus Weekly Herald ',A Ut liM-W ", Total, PFOUTS, ELLIOTT A HALL. Wit return thitnks for an Invitation to the flflh annual commencement ball given by the cadeta of the Agricultural ond Median ical college, on the 221 Instant. ' The Knoxvilla Tenneasoa, Tribune says Garfield, end unto Blaine returnost." Doea that make him scamp, ft half-breed or a thoroughbred? An exchange says that "Conkling has split .. . p a U the croat republican party from stem to atern." He!is that kind of ft Splitter, but thea does it mean that the democrat party wins by a snlitteT? Near Gatschina, whore the czar of Rus sia has boon mnurnine the death of bis father, a itorm the other day blow down the granite column of the Emperor Paul. Ii it ominous gad cannot even ihe statues of empercr eland in Russia? ia heincr made in St. Louia over the waste of water made with garien and street hose by careless, heedless servants What do those folks want with water any...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 16 June 1881

1 1 .r TIK DATXAH TIKAri- T1U1.BDA.V MOt.NlNO, JUNE 10, lftNJ. IING TO BRIBE. jlHTHIHUB ARB TiUHO AT ALBABY Honor tt'eeelveil by One of Mem ber to Vole fr Itenew-Aui.tlier member Otrereii w AKitlnat Conkllu - Ut II U l'nl Votea To Adjourn Kin on tue llth Albany, N. V., June 9.-Io the assembly, hi. P.iinn called ud big resolution adjournment tbe legislature sine die on the lO'.b iDBt. 1 ne gpeaner uouu the .t,, i-.r, ana nrlvilcired and in order, De i.. f.nwArl. in which Alvord, Langd Ion lnvo iiv - --I .a ti,ra nartleiDatod. The resolution wag nuu " - laid over. TO the liouteDBiit-govnruor presiding, and pro ceedod to voio to mi i" V.." the resignation of lloacoe Oonkling with tb Tho' senate voted ft follows ; Conkling Jacob 6, Wheeler 5, lingers 6, Cornell i n 1 RcurilAVl. 'Tha ...en-.hlv voled a? follows: Conkling 25. Jacobs 42. Wheeler 18 Rogers 8- C 14 Lapbam 7, Tiemaine 8,FUlger l.Deutcher The convention vote was : OonklinR 84, Jacobs 49. Wheeler 23, Kogers 14. Cornell SLaphim ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 16 June 1881

UII2 l)At,LMi mo-- TIIIfllHliY MO WINIJ J.JNlt 0,11, v d.wAs Weekly Herald oWorirt class eiMxr PfOUTO, ilLLIOTT & MALL. WHAT WE HEED. "We puWiih tbis m milng a communication from Captain W. O. Veal, giving some items of interest relative to. bis recent trip east, and containing matter sugfrostivo of thouunt. The Herald has repeatedly taken occaiion to proiit in a general WBV' tbo importance of manufactories to Texas and especially to our own section of the state. This is a auction worthy ot serious consid eration and earnest study on the part of every citizen, whether his means be large or small, wholhar be be rich or penniless. As Captain Veal suegoate, tbero is no light go valuable for guidance bs that of expert ionoe, and what we may livk in experience ourselves we may uinto up for in lhn exper ience of others by close observation and the application of what faots and details we may acnuire shrewdly to our own Burroundiuus and circumstances. New Eoglund was tbe birth place of...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 16 June 1881

Tin? im(jah nyffAiiD, rwui miwnino j irvii 10, 7- Malum Time II, H1. rfirneil iroin an ni'"'"' Tie western nu m n"1"1" bsvlntf Tlsited moslof tha princi pal rtti.i. I thoumht a few line, especially In regarJ to New Kokand, mlRt't be of inlorist to) our readers. Now Eoulaiid Is a great country, on account of Its vast wnkr power everywhere to bo found, iu bonutifulnmi, and anomalous m it mny seem, tho poverty of in loll, the enoray arid gre.it enterprise o ' its people. IsavthstoneoftbaolemsriUot itBgrPBioe-iistbe poverty of its soil, be cause tni fact baC4Ued its people to turn their intention to manufactories and through them they bavs rown rlcb. In every di rection manufacturing towns, villages end cities ato to bo Been , all busy and all re sounding with tho hum of machinery coining nvuoy iur the pe ple who are rich and sur rounded wilh all tne comfort', tuo beauties and alevslinir ii.ttuewM inat wealth cm give, having morn money than Ihry know What to do with. The people bmo real...

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. — 16 June 1881

Affairs at Albany. THE BEIBiET IHVE8TI0ATI0N BEQUH. Speaker l.rp. on ibt ""rt.-"lJ" to Illm by embljini Brart p;.lwo Bnilol Taken For I'ultorf Mali a .nMr, mtli no holce n Itie ItemnU-llie Heao lntion to Ad journ Voted Down. Til HtlllKKY INVWTISATIOW. iihnnv. N. Y.. June lu.-Tho resolution ..,..,i,ii, rmMhcinvoslliralloii of the charge of bribery, made by Assemblyman Kldlcy, wan amenilei) to lnclwle all similar oim.K. committee met iaet evealnir. Kid ley was aot present nttheopenidg of the so-nlon, atxlK. A. Carpenter made a strong efwrt to secure au adjournment. This failed nd vol untury statements by members were then In order. Hiram Slseinns, a niemberofthe assembly, Utod ibiilUHh.d been .ppronohed last Jm ?ary In in" Interest ot Deiw. 9 a man named Kd wards, who bad offered to ilefray bis cam- night Senator Sessional Mm at the Italy. He uccoinpanltd him to his (lirad oflrtreu mm jilted the bid to 13,01)0 with the promise .of aa additional 8 ,0.0 if Hcpew eh. ulO be , . leet. d. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 16 June 1881

Til L DALLAM 11 Ml Kti)t TH MM HAY MOKE INtf, JUNK 10, 1HH krellent rrllln.- itTinnln Tinnlnv Mara yilinpnnil I Mealeii. sTTCo flfih di of the D.l.'as ki.-w associations apring mut n(. The weattur was aaln mo,t 11 n('' but tbe attendance was not noar 10 groat m on me day before which of courto waa not expected. Several ladiei (traced the occasion with tholr pretunco nnJ were animated spectator of the snorts. The unflnhhed trottinir contest of Thursday was finished by Myrtle Tbompon taking ;the second heat, Tom Moore bavins takon the first, which mada thera two heats each and Clarence II one. The next feature of the card wai the trot ting content, free for all, iu which Cook's Myrtie Thompson; Davie' Tom Mo-ie; Bbain'a Dick Sbciu nd Brownl-e'a Crjckett were entered, but Uroc:kntt buiug witb. drawn, only the olher three started In each heat the trotticcr. whs spirited, closely contested as between Myrtie Thnmncon and Tim Moore, ar.d would bave boon also bv Dick fcjhaln if be bad nut b...

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. — 16 June 1881

MHWNlim ,1U(sH JO. JN1 II .. 92 ''8!MLi M&ss 'If Jtp AWmJ-Tln " '" i i ' ii - i n - -1 "--t' m"""mMm For Sale by T. Atl liif; Williams, Tollitsr & Walker; 'ft & Co ; V. If. Patterson h Co., and all Druggists at Dallas; also L. wick, i Fcirt Worth, and Richardson & Co., andMcycr Bros. & Co,. St. i .it i H q -SnS-d 2 b? Hits' Pli"fa o . H (-T s a fa c B "a V5 miimiHiihimi o ' -9 " M " - 0 f c- 0 s - b - y 5 1 - - o u 2 " t- a i I 0 J3 .2 m k o s a Shi's Co dC3 - a H B'o .ooao B.r fl 2 r- h V . .od a s w w 3 J e d to S Si?f.2 -L.I.50 .7 Cu "o 3 3 o c Si 1 S . , S5 -D'0 ft x a 1 S'fSS t s s s ? S '"Ac1"- i-" a -'i-Seteg-aqia -g r-1 J, w w & H aSrlI.?2SE B 0 9S '5 a n -x ' c c t e e B i J3 H t5 ; iiii ma if 1 c a o c? e sa g S ; a " - 2 s ira r - s 5 f, p .o5 u - s S J - e c a ,?, S3 S i tfu o 5 a 2 x: E a I - E - ,.;: ? i; & a , fa t s s c ( 0 ; p c k. d ! - fa- 2 4 m " .fe ."he : ai - a, - " it 'i 5 . 2 1 5 o s-o. a J,-M,5.k. a "-a; a, 5 - Z c j i c.53 4 ; n...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 23 June 1881

T E DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1881. VOL. XXX, NO. 61 i Kr BMiIKI If t-i9 ! piuck fivk cavr-i tflNMOUDATKn WITH THE I DALLAS UA1LY.C0MMISK0IAL A PL DOWNWARD ! IN THE PKICEB OS?- PAKASOLS MAEKED REDUCTIONS -IN- FANCY PARASOLS! Blaek Rrocaded Satin, scalloped edge, lined w!i scarlet, blue and Id.Rold. finished wlm silken cord and laIi, Marked from6.00 !ovn to $5.00. Black Satin, with different colored linings, broad ruffle of all silk Spanish lace, ring, cord and tassels, and natural Handle, MABKKU FROM H7.00 DOWN TO 0.00. The "Olivette." In plain black sntln, lined wllh old oia ami cherry-red, trimmed Tlie " ft,h1' piuHUig three Indies broad arouud Ihe tdg -very at, listi and MABKLCD FROM SH.OO DOWN TO SO.75. neatf Back Satin, plain border, cleenntty embroidered In ncK eel Heavy 1")d48)w;,e,a,lll1 MCar,et, while ami old-gold, i,h i.a.iirdi handle, 3VIa.XIS.li3X fr-oxtx $9.SO DOWKT to $7.BO. Black Brocaded 8tln, with broad Inside border cf plaid aurali sil...

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. — 23 June 1881

TIM'. i i I, ii HICU Al.U, T UifHUAV MdlNINO JUNE i3, 1 - 1 he Dallas Weekly Herald tnttrml at thet-Otnr ui nnllai, Tna, wi- Vau Mnli.tr POUT, ELUOTT A MALL. It 18 loleruble hot, but then that it what Juuo weather It made for, nod nothing It miik in vain. Tub larokht amouut of gate money ever taken at a race wag that at Longchamps, near Paris, Sunday, for the Grand Ptix, won by Foxhal), the turn being $50 000. " Will sombbody be kind enough to inform us why from 15,000 to 20,000 yards of new Bruinels caroot is neoessary for the treas ury building at Washington every year. The anthracite coal product of this coun try is all right. For the first Ave months ot this year it was 10 883 272 tons, an increase of 1 C80.133 tons over the same timi last year. Ex -Prksidknt Jeffbrson Davis dour. lass is obliged to General Sherman 'or the fre advertisement he is giving his book on "The R se and Djwnfall of the Southern Confederacy." Italy restricts suffrage to those possessed ofacerUiin amount ...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 23 June 1881

T J .V, THE UAAjLAS UrJIMLU, THUIWYMOaKINlf, JUNK 83, jili SIXTY AT SKA. WRECK Or TLB BTEAMLB TABAHA, in h. si.ttlee Down Bnehn onT the Boat of ',Bn,, stud rew and raefu- arere BeroiiHii ralianntea are Vtiei "" nto . the stea-Iletween Hlxty Boliev . eolj l.lm I.ottt. San Francisco, Juue lO.-Tbe following particulars of the wreck of the steamor rrwna irlonn in the Auckland Horald of May 24tb: The Tarana belonged to the Union company of New Zaalaed, and wai employed on the coast of New Z -aland and runnir.pt to Melbourne and Sidney, on which voyage she waa wrecked. She had pssed down the east coast of New Zealand, calling at oiffor. ent points. She was between Port Chalmer, port of Duneaen and Bluff, the last place of call before going to Melbourne. "When the vessel first struck the sea was comparatively calm, ana it was thought no lives would be lost, but heavy surf breaks on that part of the coaet and there are no life boats or life apparatus there. One imall boat which started for ...

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. — 23 June 1881

V r T1IM DALJjA HKKALD. 'THE DALLAS HiWEEKLY HERALD M'Utrfd at thHt.nme fit Dnlliu, Tivnt, 01 VfQUTi, ELLIOTT 4. HALL; NORTH TEXAS. TUf LAND OF PROMISE AND PLENTY. in It Vital Area, I'rortuela, Ollinie, Ktc. -Dntla. i lilairlbntlistr rolnt ller Halli-und Fcllltle, CoMiih llomorea-ea, Miiiofitcttrle and Necessity frIUslr KncoisrHueinent 1h Uallrnnd Myalein of Nortls lexas, Etc. We this mortinir publiih a map of 8 . m . i t Via narililll portion ot norm rexas. auuwiu, -.im..i.ntBrin tDll8. and traversing fie oountry around and about ;the city. In 0 .nnection wiih IbU map, it is not insppro ' ri,totoBivoabrief outline of whatnorih Texas is, what its facilities and inducements are, what projects it holds out to the immi grant and possessor of capital seeking safe ani remunerative investment. With this outline, as a natural sequence, goes some facts relative to the importance, the advan tages, the profp irlty and the future of Dal las, the great railroad center of all this sole .did reel...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 23 June 1881

Y b v Witt I IHatrH M'i'titX l" In tho di.ifi.A court j.stt.fday ikmmpk JuJk" rt JA!il"i'U'i tontnuceJ t j tin' Utrttn pwViil ttin following person, con victed lT?I"tifiii of tho court i Oiior liueord, theft of s stuer, two years) Kichrtl Johnson, theft of a Ri'ldiiiif, flvojearn i W. H ,bliion, theft of money, to yeniss Win Tumlin, r.boo'y, two year, j 11 .o.-rt Hay, robbery, ehjht years; 11. Ua-HoW, iwinOlinir. two years; Lit Cornell, to of ol a ware. Ave eari-; O W Parrotl, thett of a watch, two yearn) W. N Naib theft ofa imare, Bvo yearn; AJex. Oreeo, theft of cloth iujj two yer-s William Soott, t-ssault to rob, twuyeartj Frank O'tfrien, aosault to rob, twoyoais. Itobort Kay and Ahix Greet, responded, when the court ased the prison, erstbo usual questions b to whether or not they bad anything to iay why H'n w should cot be passed upon tnm! fl-y thought his term of years excessive. He at first proposed tit va himself by turuii'H state's tvdmco on bis aooomolice, Frank O'Brien, wh...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 23 June 1881

T1IK DALLAS HlfillALD. TnUHHliAV MOMNIKO JVxmo, 1881 STATE SPECIALS I8XA8 TOPIOS BT TBtEORiPH. At'nee of BiioUrnke at Trler-Tonng ft had DepoaHe.il Im UlreHtna In theaUale-lsew releft-raiih Ma lobe Mailt From Header on to Ban Anirnallnfi. Wnrm vVcnlher In the Ntwla-i rop Proapfct. Fort Worth Sjeclal to the Humid. Fort Worth, J uuo 17. This uHcrnoou Chrlt UliilleniftU pu T. N lllglinolfl. denulj sheriff frum Corjlcann. outof h!a ruiloim on oo- count of a dlniiuti). Not limit alter Uiglinote returned unit Inliirnisd Kmi ennui Hint he bud come to kill III in Chiv lumued for him unit hHkl him I iv . .. . .. i.i ii u i.rrti iiur.i I, mw. iihii t, Htller. to k HiKlmote'iiKlx hliootr away. In n,.,..riiili, Clnli rco ivnl itu ugly out on tin u' and IliKlibOto a lilmv ou the head with a slx-.liooter. ii. .....I Ulirlm te than KOtoui on Ainu street, whan tue lu'ter stalled Killer live times, once In ibe lt.ft urtat below the heart anu lour imn-o . -- nil.. iIIh. After the outll' g HIilBrflml ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas weekly herald. — 23 June 1881

THUICHIJAV MO iMNII, .L'NIC 20. htit. A ( Ht lilt Career niid'uneer llalinelnatlone the ('Arc r a llrofhrr. Mr. Dan'ol Sullivan, who lives In or tiesr the town of Gr.resbeck, pwod through the city on the 4:10 louth bound train, yeilerday afternoon, having In charge his demented brother. Mike Sullivan, whom be wm taking home with him. From gentleman who came down on the train with them, a Ukrald reporter learned some facts copnernl.ig the unfortunate man, as related by bit br.lb.er to bia Informant. His story is a singular one, and in brief is about aa tollowi: Ourlng the administration of ex-Govornor Davis, when tba state was under police surveillance, hie brother while attempting to save a friend from arrest by one of Davis's police was struck a hard blow over the bead with a six shooter by the officer. The blow knocked hira senseless, and for several dajsbewas out of bis head, but he gradually recovered, though bo never fully regained bis tenses, and has never since that time born...

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