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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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West Dallas Items.

     Miss Ora James, of Alabama, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Hisel, of West Dallas.

- March 17, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 2
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Personal.

     J. A. Quick, a brother of T. J. Quick, of the Texas and Pacific offices, after a pleasant visit in Dallas, returned to his home in New York yesterday.

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

     Rev. T. W. Anderson and wife, of Red River county, parents of Rev. Dr. S. J. Anderson, are visiting their son at his home on San Jacinto street.

- April 8, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8
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T. H. McDuffee
Indicted, Arrested and Discharged from Canada.

Visits Dallas where his wife is, during the spring races.

- April 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1
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Personal.

     Dr. Holland, after spending some time with his son, Mr. F. P. Holland, left Saturday evening for his home in El Paso....

- May 2, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 3
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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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Personal.

     Miss Astenia Martin, of Copenhagen, Denmark, is visiting her friend and school mate in former times, Mrs. Meely, wife of Officer Meely.

- May 13, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5
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Personal.

     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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Personal.

     ...Mrs. W. H. Savage, visiting her sons of this city for the past month, left last night for Kentucky, where she will spend the summer.

- June 14, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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Personal.

     ...Mr. Lon Sanders, manager of the Texas Engraving Co., of Dallas, received a telegram from Corinth, Miss., announcing the dangerous illness of his father, Dr. M. M. Sanders. Lon leaves in the morning for Corinth.
     ....Mrs. Annie Mittenthal has left on a four-month pleasure trip....will visit her sisters in Fort Wayne, Ind., and Bradford, Penn., after which she will visit New York, Saratoga, Long Branch, et al.

- June 15, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, 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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Religious.

     ...in the absence of the Rev. O. P. Thomas, who, with his invalid wife and children, have gone to the Oilwell, Indian Territory, the Rev. Mr. Vendell will fill his pulpit....at the Floyd street, M. E. Church South.

- June 18, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Sister Isabelle, of the Episcopal Sisterhood, and formerly Miss Isabelle Snodgrass, of Dallas, and sister of Mrs. Charles O. Wood, is lying very ill at St. Mary's, Memphis, Tenn. Her mother, Mrs. Snodgrass, leaves for Memphis to-night.

- June 20, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Dr. G. Beaumont and wife leave this evening for a month's visit to Los Angeles, Calif. Dr. Beaumont has left his practice in the hands of Dr. McCarth.

- June 24, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 4.
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Personal.

     J. G. Kearby and wife of Wills Point, are visiting their parents, corner of Good and Gaston.

- June 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 4.
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Personal.

     J. W. Moore, of the law firm of Minyard and Moore, left this morning for Woodbury, Kentucky, for a two months visit....his old home.

- June 30, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 1.
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Personal.

     W. A. Steel, who has nearly recovered from his dangerous illness, has gone with his family on a visit to his old home in Alabama to spend the summer.

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

     Mrs. J. W. Record has just returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. T. P. Roberts, who is seriously sick at Richardson.

- July 12, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Mrs. Lelia McDonald, sister of W. L. McDonald, esq., was in the city yesterday and left to-day for Tennessee to spend a year. Miss Emma McDonald, another sister, who was lately elected one of the teachers in the East Dallas schools, has returned to visit her father, Gen. J. G. McDonald, of Grimes county.....two years a teacher.

- July 20, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Maj. Watson of Florida, is visiting his sick father, Dr. W. S. Lee.

- July 29, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Mrs. Marcus, of Wichita Falls, is visiting her brother, Mr. Mittenthal.

- August 5, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Judge Simkins, of Corsicana, is in the city visiting his brother, Col. W. S. Simkins.
     Dr. M. M. Newson received a telegram yesterday afternoon that his wife, who is visiting at Fayetteville, Tenn., was dangerously ill. He left for that point last night.

- August 13, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Joe M. Kirk of Tenn., is visiting his brother, S. S. Kirk.
     Hon. E. E. Kidd of Louisiana, and his daughter, Miss Annie M. Kidd, of Waxahachie, are guests of Major M. D. Garlington, on Griffin street.

- August 18, 1887, Dallas Morning News , p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Mrs. J. L. Williams and her sister, Mrs. Swink, have gone on a visit to Sedalia, Mo.

- August 20, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Very Low.

     Mrs. Thompson, sister of Deputy Marshal Morton....prostrated from sun stroke, not doing well...

- August 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Miss Ida Ford, of Phoenix, Ariz., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. M. Ford, 1022 Wood street.
     Mrs. A. C. Sutherland and little daughter, Katie, have returned from a visit to relatives at Carpentersville, Ind.

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

     John M. Ackerman, a prominent and enterprising young merchant of Navasota....in Dallas with relatives, Capt. W. H. and John Gaston.....

- September 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 4.
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Local Notes.

     Mr. W. H. Hannon, of Rochester, is in the city to look after the interest of his son, Charles Hannon, who is in jail for attempt to rob Mr. Savage of the Grange Grocery Co.

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

     Mr. Figh, of North Harwood, has been called to the death bed of a sister in Alabama.

- September 26, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 1, col. 3.
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Personal.

H. W. Gillingham left for St. Louis to attend the G. A. R. encampment.

- September 27, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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Personal.

     H. C. Armstrong, of Louisville, Ky., is in Dallas on a visit to his brother, John S. Armstrong, the wholesale grocer. He will remain for the Fair.

- October 18, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     N. D. Porter, of Austin, Tx., is visiting his brother, R. C. Porter, en route home form a northern tour.

- October 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     Ed Randall, of Capt. Will Scott's Ranger company, is home on a furlough.
     Capt. Tom Padgett, of this city and brother-in-law to Gov. Ross, is in attendance at the Fair.
     Matt Peak, a former Dallasite, now a conductor on the Mexican National Railroad, is visiting his boyhood home.
     Misses Susan and Lucy Cassidy, of Goldthwaite, Texas, are in the city visiting their sister, Mrs. Ira L. Stanley.

- October 24, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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West Dallas Dots.

     Mrs. Bush, sister of Frank Powell, of the live stock journal, is very ill.

- October 25, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 3, col. 1.
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Personal.

      Mrs. A. E. Hill [?] and children, of Taylor, here to see the Fair, the guests of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Gilbert.

- October 26, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 2.
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Personal.

     Miss Anna Benjamin of Kansas City, is visiting her uncle, Mr. Louis Goslin, in the Cedars.

- November 1, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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Personal.

     S. P. Exall, of St. Louis, was in attendance at his brother's wedding...

- November 10, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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Fair Exhibit

.....Mrs. E. M. McMurry, mother of Mrs. J. R. Johnson, of this city.

- November 10, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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     Mr. Rufus E. Brown, the only full brother of our distinguished and honored fellow citizen, Major John Henry Brown, died at Silver City, N.M., on October 20. Mr. Brown was, for years, an active worthy citizen of South Texas.

- November 12, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 3, col. 1.
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     Officer Cliff Scott of the police force, has gone to visit his father in Willis, Montgomery county, Rev. James E. Scott, who is very sick.

- December 7, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 3, col. 3.
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Mr. J. F. Griffiths, of Rice, is in the city, a guest of his brother, Prof. Griffiths.

- December 22, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 1.
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Personal.

     Miss Finnie [Fannie?] Figh left on Wednesday...for San Antonio, where her father is lying seriously sick.

- December 23, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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Family Reunion.

     A pleasant reunion of the Rust family was held at the residence of Mr. A. B. Rust on Ross avenue yesterday at which were present the aged mother, Mrs. M. E. Rust and all her living children, who are as follows: John E., Albert D., Eldredge G., Alfred B., Emory G. and their only sister, Mrs. Clara Bisbee, recently from Michigan. In addition were the wives of all but John E. -- Mrs. Julia A. Rust. Mrs. Maggie Rust, Mrs. Ida Rust, Mrs. Lucy Rust--and Frank A., son of Albert D. and his wife, Mrs. Belle Rust, of Ennis. Yesterday was the first time of the meeting of all living members of the family for over 37 years past.

- December 26, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 5, col. 2.
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