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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 20 September 1884
p VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAkv SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1884. NUMBER 3. THE DAILY REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY (Except Sundays.) BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. A Republican newspaper whoso edito- rial columna are devoted to national, po- litical, and local matter?, all subjects be- ing viewed from a broad liberal party stand point and treated independently without regard or favor oí persona ol- factions. The editorial page is vigorously and un- compromisingly Republican ; the news columns are as unbendingly independent. Subscription PmcE. Datt.y (postage prepaid,) per year .f 10 00 For Six Months, - - . - 5 00 For Three Month9, - . . 2 50 For One Mouth, - - . - 100 Failure to receive paper, regularly will be promptly remedied and a favor con- fered by giving notice at this oillce. Advertising Rates, One Inch, per month, - - $1 00 Local notices, for regular ads. - 5cts Transient Locals, per line, - lOcis Special position, per line - - 20cts Subsequent insertions ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 20 September 1884
1* 1 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Jas. (* Blaine, OF MAINE. FOR VICE-PBESIDENT. John A. Logan, OF ILLINOIS. Presidential, Electors. First District—J. I* Taylor, of atagorda. Second District—L. W. Cooper, of Houston. JThii -J. F. Anderson, 0. McCoy, Ilanna, of McCor- econOmical system, to internal or any other improvements; His op- ponent Hon. It. B. Rentfro is the candidate of that party that beleiv- es that the treasury surplus should be expended in building up our great public highways in aid of commerce and resulting in national prosperity. The election of Mr. Itentfro will assure the necessary appropria- tions to contiuue the work already so successfully begun of deepening the channel, and with a Republican Administration and both Ilouses of Congress, which is without doubt tiow assured, we will receive that liberal support, which a democratic house refused us, and will recover our lost commercial importance, and without detriment to the inter- ests of other ports ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 20 September 1884
-vw. . AN ORTHODOX RELIGIOUS The reason given is, because a man JOURNAL OX GROVER ' who has no children can not be mer- CLEVELANI). citul. We think that this law should The personal character of a can- didate is a legitimate and j>ro]>er subject of investigation. After a bad man actually has l>een elected to office—his corruption having re- mained unknowu until the revela- tion of it could not alter the result of the electiou and could only dis- gust the public—it might be wiser to let his diameter pass undiscussed but when the fact ot* his moral base- ness has been discovered before his i, , , election, it would be wicked not to fealiic sl.onW vote for a.man proclaim it; and the shame and lack8the alxn-e qnahficat.on. disgrace of the revelation attach not to those who make it from a true sense of duty, but to those who would deceive the public by concealing or excusing the iniquity. No worse or more enduring evil can be inflicted upon the world than that of makiug light of...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 20 September 1884
>f tlio.se who died Republican party I tlie repeal of the icd in the Arrears fifat all invalid sol- alike, and their -igin with the date ¡jscharge, and not ipplication. ti£eign Policy. >aity favors a shall Tceep us from lian ees with foreign lich shall give the 'that foreign nations from meddling in ~ie policy which rade with all pow- with those of the sphere. W e de- lation of our navy strength and efKci- íay in any sea pro- of American citi- iitcrest of American [we call upon Con- che burdens under shipping has been íat it may again be have a commerce sea uncxplorr \ fieh takes no law force. iat appointments by to the offices in the [tould be made from citizens avd residents ETwherein they are hat it is the duty of met such laws as shall eiiectually suppress [polygamy within our divorce the political (ilcesiastical power of lorman Church, and [so enacted should be by the civil autho- ij and by the milita- A. MARKS & Bro., CALLE COMERCIO, MATAMOROS, MEXICO. Have just rece...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 26 September 1884
a. VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, FIUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2P , 1S84. NUMBER 8. TIIE DAILY REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY (Except Sundays.) BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. A Ttopiiblicnn newspaper whose edito- rial column* are devoted to national, po- litical, and local mutters, all subjects be- iug viewed from a broud liberal party stand point and treated independently without regard or favor of persons or factions. The editorial page is vigorously and un- compromisingly itepuhlican ; the news columns are ad unbendingly independent Subscription PHice. Dati.y (postage prepaid,) per year $10 00 For Six Months, - - - - 5 4)0 For Three Months, - - - 25 ) For One Month, - - - - 11)0 Failure to receive paper, regularly will he promptly remedied and a favor con- fered by giving notice at this otllce. Advertising Rates. One Inch, per month, - • • $1 00 Local notices, for regular ads. - - .lets Transient Locals, per line, - lOcts Special position, per line - - 20cts Subsequent in...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 26 September 1884
> t H- REPUBLICAN. juamicix xiTioxiL mm. FOR PRESIDENT. Jas. G. Blaine, OF MAIXE. TOR VÍCE-PRESI DENT- John A. OPILLiliOLSu PdSIMOTllL* ELEODCSl of daty upon foreign wool, in J^ft lias U'in iu the «ame place <*Ó£T tiiit Úñ= important industry foraome tinre the Itio Grande ifcaii lave fall and adequate protee- jn no dan<er of being burned two. We fhall endeavor with otir ¡ humble abiVitv to show to the voters j^ ^ oí this District, that the Demo-' The woiflerful rays of wit, eratie party hare nominated for, that 1 iashtJ forth, from the ««gre® a free trader, in the per-; columns of our contemporary of Win. LL Grain—that be has jthe.Cosmciíáítan, in its Issue P Wic; ad- !o, yesterdiy.<®n only be equal- j dresses, and will therefore, if elect-1 ~ _.a.i jed to congress, seek to destroy the j C in rvocAziid sugar industries of thc'S6®^. i j District, while the election of lion. I the h Í E- B. Resjífro will ]je a guarantee | when se jthat iLey will he protected. We j ville's ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 26 September 1884
THE BLAISE LIBEL SLIT. i I i i 1 t y j i. HIS ATTORNEYS FILE ANSWER. To tiie Sextixel's IjSTEECtiOATO- jcies, to Which Mk. Blaise RESPOXDS. Indiana polk, September 20.— Mr. Blaine's attorneys to-day tiled answer to interrogatories of the Sentinel, which were tiled Septem- ber 5. These interrogatories were as follows: 1. What was the maiden name of your wife? 2. When and where did yon ma- ke her acquaintance? 3. State whether yon ever lived in the State of Kentucky. If so; in what employment and how emplo- yed, and at what place and at what tvwvft y<ya were so employed. whether the in snch work, the time am piace roar marriage as atbresaiiii To these intern irritorIes Mr. Diam- ine roi >n<is as follows: A.1SW EJEi. I, James (J, LUairte, oí AntrntfQfc. . remen t of une Me-, on ♦with. depose and anv ítt an>- rhe 3fcew A jp. wer to the foregoing kiierr>rjnu<>- ries: 1. Harriet B. Stanwood. 2. Ir Kv., In the sprin of l>4r 8. 1 lived in Keritackv as .l—í.-ú- antl p...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican — 26 September 1884
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