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PERSONAL.

     Mr. J. G. Vallangham, who has been telegraph operator at the Central depot, left to-day, with his wife, for Allen, where he will take the position of agent again.

- January 6, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5
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Personal.

     Mr. Harry Carrington, of Alabama, is visiting his brother-in-law, Miles Thurborn, on Main street.

- February 19, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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     Mr. George Byrne, formerly of the Dallas Morning News, is now editor of the Gainesville Morning Register.

- February 21, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4
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Personal.

     Mr. F. B. Metayer, formerly with J. S. Witwer, of Dallas, has accepted a position with Marburg Bros., of Baltimore, Md., as traveler.

- 22 February 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Personal.

     Mr. R. H. Brown, one of Plano's oldest citizens, stopped over in Dallas yesterday, on his way to Hardeman county, where he intends planting a large fruit orchard. Mr. Brown made Dallas his headquarters when he could count the number of inhabitants on his fingers, and the deer roamed at large where the principal business houses now stand.

- March 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5
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Personal.

     Mr. F. Chri_teaner, of Kansas City, who has an extensive experience, has accepted a position as salesman with C. H. Edwards.

- March 17, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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John O. McLary
Brought Back from Florida to Answer a Very Old
Charge
Accused is a native of Texas, located in
Dallas twelve or fourteen years ago

      ...indicted in 1876 for assault with intent to murder S. M. Holland. [with illustration of McLary]

- March 18, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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     C. B. Clark...aged man who came to Dallas about 3 months ago and has been stopping at W. Little's boarding house..he is from Paris, Texas, to this place...claims to have relatives in Missouri....fear of mob to hang him...tried to-day on the charge of insanity...adjudged insane and ordered to the asylum.

- March 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Personal.

     Mr. W. N. Griffeth, a former citizen of Dallas, who is now traveling for a northern house, is in the city. His family reside in Waco.

- March 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5
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Personal.

     Mrs. Mollie Willis, of Temple, formerly a resident of this city, and an excellent lady, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Tooley.
     Major John F. Elliott, who has for the past year or more, been a resident of Washington, and secretary of the Indian Committee, has returned to Dallas and will make it his home.  He has associated himself with Mr. J. E. Land in the real estate business...
     Dr. W. F. Thatcher, who has for several years been a prominent physician of Paris, has located in Dallas, where he will practice.

- March 24, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     Mrs. Olin Wellborn and children arrived in the city...from Washington, en route to San Diego, Cal., their future home...Mr. Wellborn has taken up his future at San Diego and will practice law in that city.

- March 28, 1887 , Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     Mr. W. L. McDonald returned yesterday from Austin, where he has been during the legislative session, serving out his term as engrossing clerk for the House...will no give his attention to the practice of law...

- April 7, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Marshal Arnold.

     ...a correct account of his arrest of A. F. Peet, in Chicago, with theft of $400 from G. W. Wilderman, pawn broker of Fort Worth, but at the time of theft, living in Dallas.

- April 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Looking for Old Immigrants.

     Yesterday, a gentleman from Cincinatti, Ohio, by the name of Wilson, was in the city looking for parties by the name of Mallory and Evans, who came to Dallas in 1859 or '60. Officer Pryor, who was a boy then, says that these gentlemen were here during the war, but since then, he lost sight of them. It is supposed the old gentleman who is in search of them, is looking for them with reference to property. To find the children of these people seems to be his greatest desire.

- April 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 2
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Personal.

     Dr. Holland, father of Mr. Frank Holland, of the Farm and Ranch, is in the city, and has concluded to locate in Dallas...

- April 11, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     Earl Godbold, assistant ticket agent of the Texas & Pacific & Missouri Pacific Railroads at this place, left last night for Texarkana to accept a position with W. H. Winfield, of the St. Louis, Aransas & Texas road. The gentleman leaves many warm friends and well wishers in Dallas.

- April 13, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Dr. W. F. Thatcher.

     Dr. F. Keller, who has long been a successful practicing physician of this city, has removed with his family to Michigan, and, as will be seen by a notice in another column, strongly recommends Dr. Thatcher as his successor to his practice in this city.

- April 19, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Stabbed.
A Mexican Stabs an American in a Drunken Quarrel.

     ....Mike Grady and _____ Hindman walking up Main street....Emanuel Diaz (sells tamales)....fight at corner of Main and Lamar...half drunk...Grady is from St. Louis, where he has a brother who is one of the aldermen of that city. He is here in the employ of the telegraph company repairing their lines.

- May 3, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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     W. H. Cole, who came to Dallas from Chicago last January as an electrician in charge of the Dallas Electric Light Company, has resigned and gone east after a new electric plant...

- May 3, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Gone to his Friends.

     Mr. J. Grady, who was stabbed a few nights since by Emanuel Diaz, a Mexican, was taken by his friends to St. Louis this morning....

- May 5, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Personal.

     ...Sidney J. Rockel, of Houston, has taken the management of Dun's Mercantile Agency in this city. Mr. Robert Smith having resigned said position.
     Zack Smith, who has been sojourning in Mexico for the past four years, has returned to stay.

- May 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     W. E. Hawkins, who has lived in Dallas for many years, has removed to Waco....

- May 12, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     Mr. William Belsterling, wife and child, leave Dallas for Califonia on the morning of the 20th for a three months visit. Mr. Belsterling is an old resident of California, having lived in that State twenty-three years before locating in Dallas.

- May 19, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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A Distressed Wife.

     Mrs. Jennie Owens, of Nashville, Tenn., writes to the sheriff inquiring of the whereabouts of her husband, John Lewis...has reason to believe he came to Dallas. She refers the sheriff to a family by the name of Loafty, who are acqauinted with them.

- May 28, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Lem Ricky Arrested.

     ..charged with making away with mortgaged property...once lived in Dallas...

- May 30, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4
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Personal.

     ...Robert Sullivan, the butcher, who has lived in Dallas for some time, will leave to-night for his native land, Prince Edward Island, Canada East.

- June 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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Personal.

     J. Grossman will set sail in a few days for the old country.
     M. D. Wood, one of Dallas' efficient police officers, leaves to-night with his wife to visit his father and mother at Knoxville, Tenn., whom he has not seen in 10 years.....

- June 6, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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     A letter of inquiry has been received here asking if Mrs. Bottoms, alias Hardin, is in the city of Dallas.

- June 11, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 5.
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Personal.

     ....Dr. C. E. Keller and Col. William J. Keller, returned from California yesterday evening, after spending several weeks in the gold regions.
     ....Miss Nellie Levy left last night for Birmingham, Ala., to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. H. Fiche.

- June 13, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 3.
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Trial of J. O. McCleary

For Shooting Steve Holland Ten Years Ago.

     ...(John O. McCleary)...McCleary's sister (now Mrs. Jasper Peters)..George Holland, son of Steve Holland...Mr. Stuartson, a nephew of Steve Holland...McCleary left the country and located in Florida...where he subsequently married....

- June 16, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     J. W. Smith, late of Lampasas, has removed to Dallas with his family, and formed a partnership in the law business with Harry L. Obenchain. Mr. Smith looks like Roger Q. Mills.

- July 6, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Terrible Accident.

M. W. Conners, Run Over by a Train and Frightfully Injured.

     ...at the gravel pit of the Santa Fe railroad....carried to room 24 in the St. James Hotel....a young man and has been in the employ of the Company here five months. His home is in Chicago.

- July 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 5.
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Personal.

     ...Morgan Cammack and family left Dallas this morning for New York, which city will be their future home.

- July 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Mr. John Ramsey, of Fort Worth, will locate in Dallas.
     Prof. W. M. Crain, several years superintendent of Galveston public school, resigned to practice law, is in the city prospecting for a location....

- July 11, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Local Notes.

     W. M. Crow, esq., formerly principal of Galveston public schools, will practice law in our city.

- July 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 4.
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Personal.

     Mr. W. A. Wright left yesterday for McKinney, where he will wed Miss May Shook to-day. After the ceremony, they will leave for San Diego, Cal., their future home.

- July 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Mr. James, of the Arlington, just home from the mountains of Virginia, declares that the heat up there is more intense than here. He says the mercury ran up to almost 100 in the shades of the Blue Ridges -- his old home.

- July 28, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Will E. White.

     ...concert given by the German manochoir last evening, Mr. Will E. White, the pianist...will play at the Grand Opera house...from the Buffalo (N.Y.) Express.  Mr. White was recently removed to Dallas, which he will make his home. his address is 1207 Cabell street.

- August 9, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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"They Are My Sons!"

The Young Men Run over by the Train Identified.

     Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bond, their parents, at the hospital....run over by T & P train this morning. William Newton Bettis and George W. Bettis. Mr. Bond, their father-in-law...his wife was formerly Mrs. Bettis...Mr. Bond and the boys raised a crop in Bell county this year....boys went to Corsicana, thence to Dallas, thence to Scyene, where they spent the night with relatives, the family of Mr. J. L. McIntyre...Mr. Bond originally from Arkansas, lived two years in Collin and Grayson counties and went then to Bell, where he lived in Cowhouse Valley...

- August 10, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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 ...
     Our neighbors, the News and Times, got the names of Mr. and Mrs. Bond, parents of the boys run over by the train, wrong. They had it Vaughin.

- August 11, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1?
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Personal.

     Victor H. Hexter, of Memphis, Tenn., has decided to make Dallas his home.

- August 16, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Dallas First -- Chicago Next.

     Charles H. Williams, the oldest meat man in Dallas, has returned after a year's residence in Chicago. He has fitted up and will soon open at the corner of Ross avenue and Griffin street, a first class market house, where he will keep the top meats of this market.  He says Dallas is the place for him; and he is now here to stay.  He will sell out his property in Chicago and invest in this city. "Dallas first - Chicago Next," says Mr. Williams.

- August 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3
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Personal.

     Will Akard and wife arrived in the city yesterday from Colorado, expecting to make Dallas their home.

- August 26, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     R. S. McKeen has come to Dallas to reside and go into business.
     N. Tobey of Galveston is in the city prospecting with a view of locating here.

     Mr. A. M. Loeb and family will change their home to McKinney, where he has made business arrangements. Mr. Loeb has been at Cahn's for ten years....

- September 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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[Advertisement]

     D. Dupre, M. D. (recently of Austin), physician and surgeon, 950 Elm street. Residence, 1053 Elm street.

- September 16, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 5.
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Personal.

     Judge A. T. Watts of Weatherford, has come to Dallas to reside.
     Mrs. W. M. Crow and sons arrived in the city yesterday to join her husband, W. M. Crow, who recently moved from Galveston to Dallas.

- September 19, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Local Notes.

     Col. Wellborn is happy in California and says he has abandoned politics for aye.

- September 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Aubrey R. Slaughter has moved over from the Fort to become a citizen of Dallas.

- September 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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     Mr. W. J. Lytle and wife returned yesterday from an extended visit to relatives in Illinois, Mr. Lytle going on to Los Angeles, Cal., where he has a son, and where he, too, may move. Before leaving Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. L. enjoyed a most pleasant reunion with many families of their kindred.

- September 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 5.
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Personal.

     The Atlanta Constitution is authority for the statement that Frank James of Dallas, has been engaged to take charge of the Silk department of the Piedmont Exposition at Atlanta, October 10-20.

- September 26, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 3.
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     A party of hunters in the Indian Territory were arrested by U. S. authorities and held at Camp Martin, one of whom is said by a Kansas paper to be a Mr. Trumbull, a Dallas merchant. Mr. Geo. A. Trumbull, bookkeeper for Huey & Phelp, is off on a hunting party, and is probably the Trumbull referred to.

- September 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 5.
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Unfortunate Stranger.

     Dr. Pitts, who located here about four months ago, and established headquarters for the state agency of a very valuable popular book. Dr. Pitts became involved in a personal difficulty with a citizen of Corsicana....struck citizen....

- September 28, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 3.
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Personal.

     A. M. Wynne, a leading wholesale grocer of Temple, is in the city looking at real estate.

     Mrs. M. A. Fallon and family, of Lampasas, have decided to make Dallas their home. They arrived last evening.
...

- September 30, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 1.
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The City.

     Deputy Sheriff Weed yesterday resigned, preparatory to removal to San Antonio.

- October 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 1.
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West Dallas Dots.

     Mr. Jim Flanders, the architect, writes from San Diego, Cal., that he is not as well pleased with California as he expected. He will probably come back to West Dallas.

- October 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 2, col. 1.
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Personal.

     Mrs. Rebecca Golay, a former Dallasite, now a resident of Pensacola, Florida, is visiting relatives in Dallas.

- October 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Matt Peak, a former Dallasite, now a conductor on the Mexican National Railroad, is visiting his boyhood home.

- October 24, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Local Notes.

     Miss Bud Thomas and Dr. O. M. Smith, of Springfield, Mo., were married on Ervay street yesterday morning, Rev. R. T. Hanks, officiating. The couple took the 12:30 Santa Fe train for their home in Missouri.

- October 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 1.
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West Dallas Dots.

     The boys of West Dallas are walking straight since Miss Lizzie Dorsey, of Dallas, has made this her home.

- October 28, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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Personal.

     George Patterson, brother of W. H., the druggist, and once himself a citizen of Dallas, is here on a visit from Arcadia, La.

- October 29, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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     The former residence of Major H. F. Ewing, of Dallas, situated near Chatfield, Navarro county, was destroyed by fire last week.

- November 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Judge Charles I. Evans, of Abilene, a lawyer prominent in western Texas, has determined to move to Dallas...he is here to-day securing a dwelling for his family.

- November 10, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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The Courts.
District Court.

     R. C. Skinner, of Ellis county, applied to the district court to-day for license to practice law.

- November 18, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 2.
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     Mr. John E. Rust, a former Dallas resident, more recently from the western portion of Arkansas, is on a visit to Dallas relatives.

- November 21, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 3.
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     Mr. L. Rouvant, one of the leading jewelers of San Antonio, has moved to Dallas and has rented and fitted up the corner of Elm and Lamar streets in elegant style. Dallas welomces such progressive men.

- November 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Mr. H. Deitzel, of the German Post, with his family, have returned from Galveston and will make Dallas their home.

- November 30, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Runaway Boy.

     A German lady appeared at police headquarters this morning and requested officers to keep a watchout for her son, who left her at Corsicana last Sunday to join a two-bit show outfit. His name is Charles Francis Deitrich, aged about 17 years.

- December 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 7, col. 1.
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     WANTED. -- A Few More Select boarders with or without lodging, at the southwest corner of Akard and Jackson streets, by Mrs. M. L. McQueen, late of Bryan.

- December 3, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 7, col. 2.
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     Mr. E. Steiner, having disposed of his Swiss avenue property, departed with his family for California last evening.

- December 3, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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     Rev. W. F. Clark, the new pastor of the Trinity Methodist church, has arrived in the city and will preach tomorrow night. Mr. Clark was pastor of Trinity church two years prior to last year.

- December 3, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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     Mrs. Dietrict, a very prominent German lady, has just arrived from Karlsruhe, German, and will make Dallas her future home.

- December 6, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 1.
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     The long lost Mrs. Grace Harrington, who disappeared from Wichita Falls in the early part of 1885, and could never be traced any further than Dallas, has returned to her sister in Fort Worth. Her mental faculties are in a sad state of derangement, and the story of her wanderings is sorrowful.

- December 7, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 4.
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     Capt. L. S. Fawlkes, a banker of Bryan, and a member of the directory the new Dallas bank, is in the city.

- December 13, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 5.
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A Token of Esteem.

     Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick...depart tomorrow for Winchester, Ky., ....he was accepted as pastorate in the Blue Grass State....Commerce Street Christian Church.

- December 20, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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News Notes
From All Parts

     Between one and two hundred immigrants have arrived from Alabama and located near Ferris.

- December 24, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 1.
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Personal.

     A. D. Seikas, of Sherman, recently a Dallas resident, is here spending Christmas with his family.

- December 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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