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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 August 1892

t 1 e Circular t ir febington July 27 The prev of cholera abroad has led General Wy Rising Surgeon jf tbe Uuited States Marine M service to iesne the follow Krcalar to surgeons in charge jarantine stations on the At coast as a precautionary i formation has been received cholera prevails in thaCau European Russia 1 in Eastern j ersia in Calcntta and on the tern littoral ot the Red sea and iewofthe threatened further ad of the disease and because he danger which attaches to fur wouls hides etc ch may have been gathered he infected district and to ar es of personal wear therefrom s hereby ordered that no vessels fur6 8kins lnr faths ing rags > > boxed or bailed clothing or ding or any similar articles lia to convey infection hailing ai any port in the districts resaid and no vetsel from any ttarrying the above mentioned rcliamlise or immigrants from present infested districts or districts that shall hereafter officially declared infected will allowed entry to any port in United S...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 August 1892

W A r Sf S 1 i > J S p 3MLYH3EAM FIRST OP ALL HBNE1Y y > > < S tf ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY I JHSSE 0 WEEEL B Editor and Prop Entered it the Poctofflce Browns ville Texas assq condClass matter v < WEDNESDAY August 31892 That was glorious news from up the river yesterday And BrowusVille is getting a small share of the rain also Heavy rains reported at Rio Grande and > city Edinburg Santa Maria Since the meetingof the demo tl cratic convention it is no longer Gray Gables 1 Kiit Gay Gables It is said that a rain is such fin unusual thing in someof the drouth stricken prts that it will cause a r < 1 herd of cattle to stamped pf ExGov Hubbard has at last reached the top mo3t pinuacc cf lame his picture appours in the papers dai y adorning a patent medicine ad i > The little mucltuchos along the Uio Grande look n wonder upon the strange phenomenon of water falling from the clouds and ask their tno her what ft is t iM u So long as capital holds the only monopol...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 August 1892

i restcr of Interest communication must be accompanied Each ttinun of its author not for publication Jun I a guarantee of good faith aawheabyresiucst flcUUous signatures appear jachcommunicaUonsthe right U resorted to scjom the name of thewriter houl4 a necessity rise for pen dlsclosujo JI A3YERTlSim RATES mte idrertisenjents Ope jloUar pet inch 50 tftj per inch each subsequent m tinsertion F specialties given on monthly uaj rti and yearly contracts JJ wmlyearlj on y o nthly without change tares qenta per eidiuifartioa rorresponaenca solicited on aU mat tars of local to the pcopU of Southwest 6abscrib r who do nq receive their papers reg tUrlyare ipecially requested to notiry this office jrlBtterorin parson Anysuch complaints will receive prompt attjnUon and insure b ttef service Bareafler SUBSCRIPTION RATES OneyparPqs pajd 3800 Months 0Q ae Month lMU PJRECTORY Distinct Officers pistrict Judge John 0 Russell District Attorney D 1J Turner District CJerkT Louis Kowalgki District court...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 August 1892

ff in ffi SV Hoi Sullivan VTas to Freeze the Cream Have you heard how Sullivan is go ing to freeze the cream asked a J T K W man Notv everybody knows John Sullivan the most phenomenally He s an engineer and enally lucky man that ever grasped a throttle Whenever there3 an accident or a train robbery John has some other not only lucky man on his run Hes but he is anexpert engineer and an in genious mechanic Well how is John going to freeze the cream asked the reporter The cream Im alluding to replied the railroader is that which the 300C people on the big picnic to De Leon springs are going to consume Right in front of the engine will be placed a flat car strapped to the floor of which will be twelve immense freezers These freezers are to be connected by rods with cogs working with similar wheels on the freezers These small wheels will be turned by a larger one on the side ol the car This larger wheel will be op erated by a rod connecting with one ol the big drivers of the engine Unde...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 August 1892

I m n 4 8 1 V 4 ill i VOL 1 frauds Richard Luhboele ExGovernor Xubbock has been in Texas nearly ever fiince there wl8 a Texas and is closely identified with the stated Mii story Tie wasborn in South Carolina in iS5 but came to Texas dnJiis twentieth year His first public iervice was as clerk of the house of representatives at Houston in 183J and at the next fseesion jjqf he republics cdagrjessSJ Je f was q chief elerk Letter Presi deDt Houston nxade Jiimeumptrol ler but ho soon left thisoffice to lake command of a force sent hostile Indians 7 against the f At the Demograticcoiiventi6riitt Waco in I57 lie was nominated jor lieutenant governor and elected Id 1591 he was elected governor and extended every aidinjJjis power to the Confederacy sending 3000 men to the front duiing Ilia term Be declined a reelection Jopactive service land was made assistant a djant ge neral toGeneral Mafruder He was afterwards as signed to General John A Whar ton and commanded the cavalry in the transMissi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 August 1892

fr The San Antonio Express put ijie cart before the horse thb other day appia ring us The Exprees Paily The guwing compliment paid Grover Cleveland by Chauneey M Ofpevy shows iu what hifrh esteem his political opponents hold Mr Cleveland Congress may be able tp close the worlds fair on Sunday but they cannot control the Chicago ajoons Avhicli vill be directly beiie > fttted by the act One good result of the Home stead riotis the general condemna tion of the qbaiiiinahjo 4Jinkeiton pystem which iaa grown out of the affuir The Pink ertons must gP Fi TES prodiets that drouth will generally be relieved between Au gust 20th and the middle of Sep tember VVe hope that his prophecy niay bo fulfilled and the southwest part ofonrutato included in it An Encash authority on dress says it is tle proper style for a man to wear a pink shirt frillea down the middle The nqnisite amount of brains for the vearer to carry under his J ar is not seated The Chicago Mail saye do not discuss politics rel...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 August 1892

Q oco1 icy iSj Pi ClKl 11 t W mi VEBTISING RATES all mat oflocal sobclted on jndon < eSrPrafinierMttoUie people of Southwest rafinierMttoUie aunt be accompanied r H commune011 publication un eofiuautbornotfor tedlbutdsa guarantee of good faith vTbT request fictitious signatures appear IJLfflwntaUoiuithe rifiht J rearved to ntten 8oftll8Wntcr 8hould saltr fir cb disclosure iTZjariwlio do not receive tbelr papers reg Tire jmcWIv requeued to notify this office Lorte pardon Any such complaints will toiltfcm and insure batUr service pi npt Beater SUBSCRIPTION RATES postpaid 801 fe5 iS DIRECTORY Disruicr Officers strict Judge John C Russell trict Attorney D Ml Turner Lows Kowalski pistrictClerk District court commences on the it Monday in the months of Pel id September County Officers ounty Judge E C Forto unty Attorney ounty Clerk heriff reasurer tSitihOr olltctor arvejor Agustin Celtja Joseph Webb S A IJrito Coledonio Garza George Champion James A Browno John S Hord Injector of Hides...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 August 1892

u I H if I l 1 1 s J P Frederick and N A Erey aFe an extensive farm near Green Lane this country deVoted to the culture of bulffrogs for the Noiris town market says a Norristown Pa spucja to tJiejSt onis xlme Democrat A twenty aere space inclosed with a high fence and cov fired with a lake and swamp is 9ft ppartfor breeding the amphibia After two seasons the irog pond now brings in a greater cash rev enue than all the other products pf the farm combined Mr Jreder gick baa made a special study of frogs and two years ago convinced Jheideaofraisiijg them systematical y for profit When he first began operations the fanners in ih e neigh borhood ndicujed the idea This pnmmer however they have opened heir eyeu so that a number of tjiem are contemplating similar enterprises Thje frog legs briiifc 10 cents a pair The sales from the farm now amount to about J500 pairs each week Simple prescription for Cool Weather Chicago Herald Themeicnjy appears minded to Jieep aloft for a day or two But t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 August 1892

fi There are 75 000 citrua trees 1j tied and cultivated by COO peu 4 Raisin prapes occupy a large area the cwtititry and with other its pave a return in 1890 of 00000 A moderate estimate ices the value of iruils shipped in Riverside in 1890 at 1S00 while the average estimate lbringthe yield up to 300 per e The average cost per acre to flg this land up to it present no did not exceed 100 per acre eseure figures given last spring eyield for 1S91 was much lar and the prospects for thie sea are very flattering This illus feswhat irrigation can do in forming the deaerfinto vain pfields Irrigation Age fev Iol 1 S SI 1 i 4 Sanger Horror ewYork Aug l A Victoria Ill Colombia especial to The fid siys the steamer Express ndia jnat arrived from Japan P confirmation of the dis < ws votaanic eruption on great er island Wl thout any warn gnal or sign die Gunong voK ed with rief whicu wa8 in J suddenly blazed forth on June id within twentyfours the A u tho entire country was de led ttqnakes bega...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 August 1892

im J THE BAiLY HERALD FJKST OF ALL Till NEWS JSST7ED EVERY DAY EXCEPT S T JESSE 0 WHEELED Editor and Prop Entered at the Poctofljce Browns ville Texas as secoidclass matter FRIDAY August o 1892 Only eleven more days and fche Hocffits will be killed Tnos 0 Joues the democratic candidate for governor in Alabama Iiua been ovewhelmingly elected Tjie light rams of the last two diys have made life decidedly more pleasant by cooling the atmosphere and settling the dust We vote a leather medal to the paper whose editor is sc innocent as to think a communication re ileets any credit on himself It is said that Jorbutt the slug ger will give np fighting and go on the 6tage lie will probably choose The Gladiator to 6tar in When all ot the rich valley land of couth west Texas is under irriga lion drouth will lose its horrors Laredo News Second the motion Even < iir great Roger Q is not likely to he so disinterested and patriotic as to give up six years in congress for two years in the gov ern...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 August 1892

Advertising rates advertisements On dollar perl inch 5J 1 cos Tj tf 3S 1 I 3 1 ITlMffttauSO 1 inch e li subsequent rtias Special rati given on montkly quar J emiyearlyand yearly contracts itprtisemeuts ten cents perliua first 0 L per Hue each subsequent inscr Santiago this MorniUg alter a sllult f ntWy without chuute t3 Per Stay Ul tlie Cl ty Mo insertion 1 I ma IMr Ueieatm Jagou informs ns oflocal that there has been bnt little rain rLtorufHereJttotUB pcopl of Southwost > j communication must be accompanied OUt Ht lllS JSpeiatlZa plantation l of its author uot for publication uu Mine directed buta guaranteo of od faith JOnJa6 Wellwa 111 the 1 writer should a o the nauic of tho rinforichdUclosuro Subscribers who do not receive their papers reg ifcrfoW specially requested to notify this office such complaints will letter or in person Any rtcene prompt attention and insure Jctlr Kurvico ere r SmSmxIPTJON ATES i 800 500 100 OnVvparfTostpaicP Vi sixJlcnths lOue Month DIRECTORY DlSTUI...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 August 1892

ft jgnrriaon insult The JTegroes Allanta Constitution President Urrrison made a mia tnke when lie figucd the Chinise exclusion bill containing cl use as witnesses disqualifying negiow in certain cases lie made another mistake wlieu lie tried to excuse his art ion by say ing that he signed the bill bweaiwe lie had been aisund that the clause in question could not ra enforced He had no rigit to assume in advance what the judgment of the court would be The plain truth of the business is that Benjamiu Harrison in order to please the people of the Pacific eoastsigned a bill which branaa the negroes as unreliable witnesses and on that account prohibits them from testifying in certain cases No other president of any party has ever in tin solemn manner placed such a difgracrfnl stigma upon the colored citizens of the United States Benjamin Harrison may explain the matter nntil doomsday but no intelligent gelfrespectu g negro wll ever forget his deliberate in sult Since the election in Great...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 August 1892

OL 1 e face of the expresident as he umiked The newspapeFS give the im I findthata Ue J + on the bay refreshes me 1 enableVmetoget thforJglAvith ilc rest of my iabjrs itfi JiinorS asc ats all there Jsl to tho 1 slif enouiieedlme forsnubbing inent citizen Sp fyou cant please erj one1 J I s CANT WHITE TO EVEN ONE It is impossible for me to reply all my mail in my own hand woe get offended because I fail to a so lictafcinsj takes I read in the papers tlfat lam ting next week to Bar Harbor to to Adirondacks and other places have made no such plans I in d to remain hero or rather I mi3e no arrangements to go f Jffhere eieie IhbVh iVist tfot H W f l W fW edictafclngtaKesup ng stones Cleveland JVQ ShirHingt tf TorU Herald Buzzards Bay Mass July > 26 rover Clevelfcnd is tired of being presented as ajnan teho has como bere to fish leaving his friends bear the brunt of the campaign ien he was in New Yorkta great anypeoplu thouglifc thatlt he onIy LicHbif Jie was anterFestejh in Ss ttftU ho...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 August 1892

TH BAILY HERALB FIRST OF AliL THEIvErrS ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHEELEB Editor and Prop Entered at the Poctofflee Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter SATURDAY August 6 1892 Rah of Clove and Steve It is said that Gladstone lias had his picture takken in a polka dot shirt That column of short editorials in yesterday Laredo Times looms lap imtnensly I am a uemucratl Take np the warcry and fnII into line lor Cleve land and Stevenson Texas has many good democrats to serve as governor but Texas has bat one Mills to serve in the senate Alice ilircEix the murderess lias been adjudged insane and ordered to be placed in an insame asylum San antojuos lirebug Joe McDonald will have to be a regui lar lightning bug to escape the penalty of his crimp In union there is strength Let us all pull together for waterworks Hut let us have sytera of water works worthy of a town of the size aud wealth of Brownsville The weather clerk is respectfully reminded that there may be such a til...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 August 1892

QQ oy 1 IS rate1 COfl Ml t ar te ps IS as iai at est ilj gijrald ADVERTISING RATES M advertisements One dollar par Inch Tin rti ° u M CU per UlcU ° aCh gubao < iuont Hob Bpecialtrotc8 8iven on n10111 Vr winirearlyaBd yearly contract J tocjI dwrtUemonte ten cents per Uno firal rtion l ccut P6llno eacl18Ul8elucnt lnser Monthly without change three cents per jaMCliinwrUon rHonaanc solicited on mtttMra of local r or if interest to the people of Southwest eh communication must be accompanied Tftininw of its author not for publication un directed l t of good faith i uo Vnd when by request fictitious signatures appear the right is reserved to Jfitth communications should LcIom the name of the writer a nocessity 4riror i < dlclomre Bubscnlxrs who do not receive their papers reg ipeciaUy requested to notify this office Anysuch complaints will letter or in person to attention and insure better service rtceite prompt tbenaitar SUBSCRIPTION RATES fone year Postpaid BixJIcnths One Month 80...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 August 1892

Why They QMrwt vs A Dallas telegram informs success lior will tusmission an eutirefalnreTr ne returns the world that General Alfofd is com missioned to go to Europe and in duce large numbers of the best farm ersto immigrate to Texas The general will carry excellent private letters of introduction besides a circular Jetter signcd by nearly every public man in the state ot Texas settirg forth the advantages of life n Teyas Wo think he will need the letters because when he gets abroad he will find that people with money enough to buy farms are also intelligent enough to know that vary recently Texas passed laws forbidding aliens to own Texas real estate even when they acquir ed it unwillingly in part payment lor money loaned Wo know the law was so loudly execrated that not one of the demagogues who helped enact it dared defend it And we know it was so crudely drawn tliat the courts declared it unconstitutional But we doubt that these details have found their way around the world 3u the...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 August 1892

9 Jt Of iy P ii V < < w I IgjjS exhibit cms tnary of Worn Done mid Results Expected jlola Knn Jnly 2S One year t0davtue Tew exhibit cars the state at Denison for a tour estate to advertise Texas ns s the contract with a number er enterprising citizens brief summary of results may time W have roper at this states been over ersed eighteen jljthrce lines of railways a id traveiud distance over 19000 JOTS We have distributed over utj two tons of reading matter maps TftKearlv 2000000 people have led through the cars and we e Eccnred a visitors register o JOO names and their addresses 1 occupations of those who have the exhibit and carried to their nes packages ot Texas literature ire have secured in the last en mouths a list of 13400 lines of people going to Texas Illsyear giving tlieir occupation in Texas feJ1 rePt and distillation WWNe have recfivd 2S00t > 0 lines ivritenps in the metropolitan llssuf the country whMi alone ilnld have cost dnible the expense the whole years tri...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 August 1892

m II vjVwyjvv > > > > > m ± E r BAILY H3SRALB FIUST iJF ALL THE 1VEVS ISSUED EYERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHEELER Editor and Prog Entered git the Poctofllce Browns grille Texas as secondclass matter MONDAY August 8 1S92 Catakino Garza the will o the jvispcf the Rio Grande has bob bed up > again Odero is to give a conccert to nWit for the bquefit of the drouth pufferers of the Rio Grande Let the working man jjayp re cotuse to the baHqtbox to settle his difficulties with capitalists Amerca is not the land archy TnE bau Antonio ays Pan B r county ever again j lather the late Hon Gustave what for ario Fn r the lioustm Post The New York Herald facetiously ob serves that these sun spots which the astronomers tall about niust be boils The third party has suffered n serious defeat in Alabama which was one of their strong holds It is dangerous for youngsters to nonkey with the democratic tiger The Laredo JNews has been changed temporarily from an eyen j ig to a morning p...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 August 1892

30 > i ill n i ADVERTISING RATES L t advedisements One dollar rer inch insertion 50 ctsjjer inch each 8uU > equent SpecMjratcsgivcj on monthly U5f turn L a 5earlyanUyearly contracts i jflvertifcments ten cents per lino first m ti n six centf ror line oach siiUBeyuout iuser Changs three pouts per jlo ntlil vitlioyt eAch insertion esponasnee solicited on all makers of local aC ° Aortfj rest t0t e le0Ilaflf Southwest must be Each communication accompanied author not for publication un tte nsme or Hs 60 directa hut as a guarantco of good faitL fdirbenbv truest fictitious signatures appear Lic0 umcations < < lio right is reserved to writer shouhl neceaaity docetbe name of the a e for such disclosure Subscribers h9 d0 not receive thqlr papers reg ains tpecially requested to notify this office letter or in jjerson Anysuch complaints will cene prompt attention and lusure better sofjrice SUBSCRIPTION jftATES U ypar Postpaid xilonths k Month S800 500 100 DIRECTORY DisTiticy Office...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 August 1892

m US m JLawrcncc Sullivan Mloss Sill Ross is one of natures noblo men the kind who wear no crowns hut whose words and deeds pro claim their true nobility lie was born hi Iowa in 1S3S and invhis ancestral blood united the sterling characteristics of the canny Scot and sturdy German His father Captain Shipley Ross settled in Milam caunty Texas in 1S39 where Sul became a pupil of the honored Texan divine andhistoriao Eev H S Thrall Texas was not an invalids resort at that time and Sul Eoss while a boy put in most ol his time between his lessons fighting with Ih b father and neighbors the hostile Comanches and Ejowas As captain of a com pany of iangers in 1S5S lie joined Major Earl Van Dorn of the United States cavalry iu battle with the Jomanches in tho Wichita moun tains He was wounded while rescuing ft captive white child which incident caused General Win field Seott a > write him a letter complimenting him op his bravery Atter graduating from tho univer sity at Florence Ala in 18...

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