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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 May 1893

K Hi V ife v 1f agfeiri J I1 1 Tomorrow will be childrens day at the Prvsbyterian church and Spe- cial services tor the children will he held at nfghjt We nre requested Xo pay that all aro invited to a endEd Ed 5hav < nrned toSanta Ma jia this roorlng Before leaving he paid us a pleasantcall He roporta jthfl conn try and crops in find con diticm and days th oy hare had ez r fccllent rains at Santa M rla extend Jng wilhin fifjee n 9le 5 ° f J rowns vijlc Mr arker the dairyman yes jtorday presented ne with a mani noth tomato p product of hi gar dun Tbis conni ry ritals the world when jt cproei to yegotable raising i All we need J railroad connection And our early yegetablea wil io fa jh rst in the northern markets Wm Hayden who is in the city on railroad business will address a jneeting of Matamoros business- men on tljo subjeet in that pity jLbis afternoon Mr Haydsn is a- very pjeasank gentleman anda good talker Tho yndicate represented hy him could not haye chosen a better repres...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 May 1893

j > a SflflHflfilfJlQyear feion Desii lo kite er 0 Cameron county is the extreme Bomhorji county of Texas aud is separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south bordering on the river for about GO miles and lias iibput 100 miles of Gnli eoast 3 its eastern boundary It has an urea of 8808 eqnaro miles aud a population of 1344 according to census of 189Q Beside tho Rio Grando there arb about thirty small streams In the count including reeacaa and or foyo brandies of tho Rio Grande A good quality of water can also be obtained in wells from 8 to 20 feet eep Jiho upper portion of the county s densely covered with timber con listing chiefly of hackberr ash elm mosquito and ybouy The 3afit two arb tho most plentiful as < w < ill us tho most useful They are Sloth much used for fuel excelling cill other woods for that purpose Sflth of theo woods aro very hard < smd burn longer giving out more Sieat and less emoko and nshee than = uiy other wood nsed for fuel The auesqnlte gr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 May 1893

4 P m 4 Jfr > < 1 K 3 fOLL v > vk The Goodrich and Maris i uiwesi reps wimp ISSS Q WEEKS Secretary Brownsvilie Cameron Go Texas WE HAVE FQPvSaLE 1 Jrawnssrille irspr 01s Sje it wi on easy terms Write for full particulars I a i or JUnigB Go to V i UB A VVLh LIKE OV t > uvml chemicals patent MEDICINES STATIONERY V PERFUMERY PAINTS PAINTBRUSHES < OILS ETC rBESCRiraOKB CAUCTULLT COMPOUND- ED AT ALL ttOtJKS OV THE pAi ofi mori Of the choicest landsun 02S divMeJa into forfcy W ncre lots Three miles from the Town p2 Arroyo Uiiscounty sold on Ten CIO Years time to BONA IDA settlers We have also for sale 1350000 acres j offt11dc tionfrnP1 6 ww jvww wv 10000 acres to suit purchases m all xc jotv3 ol tho RSo Grande Valley > i Town lots and Gity property Gross Fir and Marine Policies written by j WiUi 22i Kelly Agegis JUxport Pearl 8X Beer > J3im Antonio Brewing Association lh Dcor fo ko nprkei Giuirantccd ep i > i in tfis climate f < frenz tU led raU and Aopi ST i ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 May 1893

Ji 451 P iK Vi i ami rw r i 5fl 3a j Staler 4 Entered njt Je Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter I K 1 ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY > V r > rJdOND y MAT 291893 Royalty covers a multitude of Ncne but the rankest coward would uttack an enemy by bafam ing hia wife The agony is over fur Washing- ton eity The Spanish prircess jand suite have departed for Got Jiamand the breezy city The loyal Spanish subjects of Havana are on their ear because President Cleveland did not call upon tho Infanta in return for her vieit to the white house Dallas turned iteelf loose lust iThursday to celebrate the anccefs of the Trinity navigation com pany They had a grand blowout If the navigation of tjie Trinity is really assured it means much for Dallas and every other town on the banks of tho river Tiie Detroit Free Press thinks it has found tho insurmountable ob jeetion to the annexation of tho tsandwieh island It sny The righs to be chosen President of the United States is limited...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 May 1893

V A V M s f uatmnn yi crday frojn fiptrqro Seieadu ClnjtlfS Ghn nipion duit on ciie Jltxicnn National this mpi uiti < r or Edinhurg Kuu < nctolI < r and ligqel jFer lurnhz wete cq5rfiyni to tn fCo Ptyesterday Iiijhaul llo ma di d wtluscjty eMeniay ami wnslmrujd thio nioih ing at oclock Tnniorrowheitiga tjitjouul loli d y trmoriol jDjy the pottijlijce l close nt 10 a m G pt G < o Stowp < f the pAnjre 3Iand jlijiht hnnst cinirt up Satiir day H tor ioon eluridijg this iuyrjj the jPrettbyteriun ch ch laftjijglit were yery interesting and very w Il attended The eteanielup tylititon fcaH d from Morgan Qity for Brakes yes- terday afternoqn at 30 with 16 cars of freight Tomorrow will be Memorial Day Jn accordance with customs the graves f tho soldiers ic the federal cemetery will be decorated Mr Christian Stein a forner ro- dent of Brow nsville but who has lived many years in Laredo return ed yesterday from a months visit to the Jowex < county TLaredp Times Win Headep hi t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 May 1893

i t t J r F h hf urn fteW lo ijaiHi k h Cameron county is the extreme Eonthero county of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Rio Oruudo on the south bordering on the river for about GO miles and Ijas abont 100 miles of Gnlt coast as its eastern boundary It haa an rca of 9303 square miles and a population of 13424 according to ciieus of 1890 Besido the Rio Grande there aro about thirty small streams in the county including resaca and ar- royos bianclies of tho Rio Grande A giod quality of water can also be obtained wells from 8 to 20 feet deep Tho upper portion of the county is densely covered with timber pun listing chiefly of Iiackberry ash < lm auesquito and ebony The last two are tho moat plentiful as yiv as the most useful They are bot much ftsed for fuel excelling jdI other woo < Js for that purpose Both of thcqo woods aro very haid and burn longer giving out more heat and less smoke and ashes than iiny other wood nswl for fuel The iiiocquitogrows lo Bvery largesse ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 May 1893

r 4BM 1 w t m > fc I m vol 1 3 jJj an Antonio Brewing Association rrifryfU Brownsville Feari 3 1 5j apaM S mz mmifffafiR AQO lihliligEiuiU 0 X Mariae s WSBSSfSo Secretary Brownsville Cameron Co Texas WE HAYE FOR SALE i 3 Of the choicest land sub divided into forty f40 acre e w w 1 0 QBWa w S lots Three miles from the Town of Arroyo tins county sold on Ton flO Years time td BONA 3IDA settlers We haye also for sale 850000 acres of f frnm 5 TJ j w 100QQ acres tosuit purcharses in portions of the Rio Grande Valley r Town Iqs and City property > For Sale 010 on asy terms Wriie for fall particulars all tea er tfi the piafjzeU Guaranteed M kapi > in in fyis cliTncile Jilade ftpn the lest malt and ftops 5 0O 5vij rW TTPw TTqi 1 > 1rTf A A FULL LINK OF DPwUGS CaEMIGALS PATENT MEDICINES STATIONERY PERJpJMEhV PAINTS PAINT BRUSHES OILS ETG < PRKScairrioKs cauefuxlt coiipouiin t > > ED AT ALLHOUES OF THE 4 i rv J3AT 0E KIGHT 7T LEIBERo 7 e Policies written by tea i V illiam ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 May 1893

fc ir h fa y X Entered ajb the Poctoffice Browns Tille Texas aa secondclass matter jLSSlJEDJEVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAT TUESDAY MAY 301893 Victoria is going to haye a fair pext fall San Antonio won Id like to haye a fair next fall Cobpdb Ohristi now ha water jrorks When will Brownsville fol- low suit Ant other country in the syorld would have been almo3t depopnlat ed by a four years dronth But this section scarce shows the effects of it The remains of exPresident Davis now en route from New Or- leans to Richmond Ta will be re jnterred in the latter city tomor- row The Laredo Times very truly says Talk and agitation will no more build a railroad than wind pudding will furnish a banquet It takes rocks to build a railroad arid energy to handle the rocks Judge Maxey has consigned a good sized slice of the border popu- lation to the penitentiary They are Garzaitee and will have plenty of time to reject upon the error of their ways in trying to play reyolu tionists ExSeceetaet Foster managed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 May 1893

4y V i nu i1 n i j f HE DAILY HERALD FIRST OP ALL HEJEYS Office oa Parker jcw Hd Jotofflce Baild BROWNSVILLE TEA TERMS0 SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier < to y ny point jn Uie cyty Qne copy one year wSlOOO six months 550 300 three u one 100 F + i fA LJTTLK LOCALS The Bessie reached heie at noon oday Jositth burner is jn ihe jcJty from Junta Maria Christian Hess Jteft for the Point ithis mornin r Oapthas nagcrsfcin fetnrned jto the coast today We rrgret tu learn iliat Mrs H jE Woodhonae a sick We understand there is a good jiasscnger lietooiho Clinton W A Nealo and eon wont down on tjhc RioGraudo train this morn We 4ire informed that Dr C B jQpmbe is ezpecjtud home this af guMlOOU E J iyiam he mammoth etjth jbf ftaa u ehaugo in his ad today jRuitd it Augustjne Celaja Eac was a pasdciigi r on the jeufldt Xruiu this juorning The irain from Point Isnbel ar- rived today at 1 haying seven < curs fit lnnber The Clinton sailed from Galves- ton for Brazos on yjKterdny after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 May 1893

4 imm Desty To Banner Unify le tiie Cameron county is the extreme southerlycounty of Texas audis separated from Mexico by the Rio Orande Oil the 6outjhJboriiering On the river lor about CO miles and has about 100 miles of Gull coast ib its eastern boundary It has an irea of 330S square miles and a population of 13424 according to census of 1890 Beside the Rio Grande there arb about thirty small streams In the county including resacas and ar- royos branches of the Rio Grande A good quality of water can also be uhuuiiua uTucilB fiom S to 20 feet deepTnc Tnc upper portion of the cdunty is densely covered with limber con tisting chielly of hackberry ash elm mesquita and ebony The libt two ate the most plentiful as well as the must useful They are both much used for fuel excelling all other Woods tor that purpose Both of these woods are very hard and burn longer giving out niore heat and less smoKe and amies than any other wood used for luel Tiie uiosqutte grows to a very large s ze and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 May 1893

i 1 jp N IV V i f t 3OW Slill8 j J WPl sa Kelly Agent r Y 1 A JVLL LINE Of IJRDGS CHEMICALS PATENT MEDipjlfES STATIONERY PEfiFrjMERY PAINTS PAINT BRUSI ES OILS ETp PBESCjirPTIONS CAREFULLY COilBftlTHD ED AT ALL HOTIEg OF THE BAY OB NIGHT E KLEIBEEth Eirg aid piapixie nsur XQOQ Acres m > 7 et Qj s T iree mie 8 from the Town of Arroyo this county sold oq Ten JO Years time to BONA SID A settlers We Ijhyp also for sale 50000 aeres dof desc tion fs > m 6 vl T Swr vir 1001Q acres to suit purchases m all portions of the Riorande Valley o ra Jo and 0ity property For Sa1 fSTrite for full particulars Export Pearl 3X Ber > an AptoiuQ Brewing Agsociatiop Best Beer in Hie mqpfet Guaranteed tq iep ir iji this clirrtate Made ffotn the fast malt and hoj > th rr Texas s 6 policies written by Possibilities pf Surgery fke advance in scientific knowl- edge is a wonderful thing and noth- ing in it ia more woaderfnl than the develapoment of modern brain surgery A fow years ago a rup- ture of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 May 1893

wT m il ww t H BAILY HERAL8 HERAL8i i Entered at the Poetoffice Browas jyille Texas as secondclass matter issrjgp everyday except sirsp ay WEDNESDAY MAY 311393 Oub sister city up the river jnatnely Laredo expects to pnt on eonnino city airs next month when ijts long promised free mail deliyery will be begun The Boston Conner facetiously Remarks In the household the phildren usually find that pa is the most martial apd uaav the inoEt partial Peesident Clevelaki never years gloves I q doesnt belong to Ward McAllisters circle But j he got the edge on Ward when if caine to entertaining royalty A peeacijee in Canada prophe- sies that the time is coming when do man can tel a lie Ho doubt- less means that this mundane sphere will Boon arrive at its termination Sweet girl graduates are exercis- ing their rnental apparatus poyv as never before The grave question which occupies their minds is What eball my gradpating dress be V Today the remains of all that wa3 mortal o the great southern ehi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 May 1893

1 JK 4 fM Ir i i k ItM > r one x J i < > > < THE MILTHEUALB FJRSTOF ALLTaEIVEYS Office x Parier Rw Pldjortoffica Bail BROWNSVILLE TS AS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican oin by mail or career to py point in th ecity < Onecopyone ear 31000 six months 550 three 3 00 < 100 LITTLE LOCALS jLt is all over townrthe dnat A O Howell ia np from the jPolnt Frank giyadnlla js down at jBrHzos Albert eau qf dibung ie in jtbe city 4 Chas vChampionjs la the city jfrom pp river Brownsville deserves to be called P jhe Breezy City The Bessie will prebabiy leave Jbr up river points on Friday 11 Schodta is borne again af tor a iuainesB trip to New Orleans The Clinton brought cars 1 jfreightand three deck passengers J L Andraum g Godfrey and 4 W Boop were passengers ou ihe i jCiintou Albert Barton ho leading mer Julian ofEdiiibwrg arrived u the ity yesterday Mrs W B Austin and jehildren jtfjarrived oyor the Matamores railroad I yesterday afferneoij j Bohert SUUuiati fir will Jeave on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 May 1893

r i To k k Cameron county is the extreme BOtuhcrn county of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Rio Graude on the south bordering on the river for about GO miles and has about 100 miles of Gulf coast as its eastern boundary It has an areaof 3308 square miles and a papulation o 13424 according to census of 1890 Beside the Rio Grande there arb about thirty small streams in the comity including resacas and nr ioyos branches of the Rio Grande A good quality of w atei can also be obtained iu wells from 8 to 20 feet deepThe The upper portion of the county is densely Coveredwith timber con listing chieiiy qf hackberry ash dm mesqutte and ebony The lasttwo are the most plentiful as well as the most ustJf ulj They are both much used for fijel expelling all other woods forthat piirpose Both of these woods are very Jiard andburn lunger giving qui more heat dud lesS sihuke anil ashesthau any other wood used for luel The lnesquite grows tp ayery large p ze and is conoideredvafiniule for pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 June 1893

i IP r B m f < ft e PPL6 ftffOL 1 ee r = = r = r V j Fire and Marine nsurance Policies written by William Kelly Agent The Goodricjb ad Maris HHvest Texas Juirnigfation Bureau J1SSI a WKBUR Secretary Brpwnsvijle Cameron Go Te as WE HAVE FOE SALE JmJJJ XLCFGS divided into forty 40 acw lots Three mile s from the Town of Ancpyo thiscounty sold on Ten 10 Years time to BONA FIDA settlers Wchave also for sale 50000 ° f sl frora 5 cre sdi deacijpHon 1frora j j < > 10000 acres to smt purcharses m all portions of the Rio Grande Valley Town lots and City property For Sale and on easy terms Write for full particulars Export Pearl 3X Bee 2t Brownstrille jr San Antonio Brewing Association Ijesi Beer in the mayket Guaranteed to lcep iy in this climate Made frovp jtfie lefrMwlt and Aqps Agents ro A FULL LINE OF DRJ3GS CHEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES STATIONERY PERFUMERY PAINTS PAINTBRUSHES OILS ETC PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COlirOUKD ED AT ALL POUKS OF TJJE DAT OR NIGHT E KLEIBER Texas i 3 K Jf P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 June 1893

14 p S HEr DAILY HERALD Entered a the Poctoffice Browns ville Tejcas as secondclass matter ISSUED TTERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY THURSDAY JUNE 1 1893 Tee Chinese question js Isy no pieans settled Blessep is he that fulfils his promises for he shall be honored among men KIIJI I ll lllm i U tv i j i Theee arc a good mauy 4meri caps supposed to have reached years of diseretiop who really need a guardian r r v The sweet girls graduates srijl hold full sway this month aijd there is nothing sweeter than a eweetgirl graduate Peoiubjtion in Iowa is said to he dead a Hector Its funeral obsequies will bo conductpd by the j t next lows legislature Sam Jones says the democrats wouldnt know a principle if they should meet one May bp they wouldnt but they know beans Bob Ingebsoll says I am the sole proprietor of myself Some p ecple hink that Bub wijl lose his proprietorship of jiimself as soon 3 lie passes in his checks Judging by the description given > y the News Washington corres- pondent of the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 June 1893

0 I 13 ll V ief f 4 9 v Ji jJIJdk lgSqTff three one UTTLK 3CALS Bead auction sale notice dpin Albept Barton is still city Bailing Btrllgqesoninogr little city 014 newspaper for sale at J25 cents a hundred Manual Delgado came up from he cpaet yesterday Foer new subscribers were add- ed to our list today J B Weltej Esq wt e nd eon arrived home yesterday Albert Dean of IlidalgOj leases tior hia Jipme in the morning The Bessie will nut leave for p fiver point for several days Prank Lnsma and wile ayo re- turned Jfroru a yiwt to thecoaat Mr Hiid Mrs E 4 Peljraisse Jiave apartments at Mrs Pouglass The clouds seemed to promise rain thitniwruing lut tooled us ain FnsDJk JXuhh arrived jn Urn eity his morning frjuiu Lis ban Tonus plaiiiatitjg Mr and Mis F E Starek were jn the vcity yesterday from 5au Tomas Collector E B Renjtlrp s expect- ed homo this afternoon pvei the Watauior s railroad Rend Goggan BroB ad in to days issue and watch for phango to tako plase shortly EdTntegnat oj tjijs city...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 June 1893

Lffin i i > fJS fe id To fotin Banner County Cameron county is the extreme southern eonnty of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Hio Grande on the south bordering on the river for about CO miles and Las about 100 miles of Gult coast as its eastern boundary It has an area of 3308 sqnare miles and a population of 13424 according vto census of 1890 Reside the Uio Grandethere art > about thirty smali streains in the pounty including resacas and ar foyos branches of the Rio Grande A good quality of water can also be phtained in wells from 3 to 20 feet deep I The upper portion of the county is densely covered with titnber con- sisting chiefly of hackberry ash elm mesquite and ebony The Jast two are the most plentiful as wp11 as the most useful They are Loth much used lor fuel excelling all other woods for that purpose Both of these woods are very hard and burn longer giving put more heat and less smoke and ashes than any other wood used for fuel The uiesqui te grows to a very...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

r 4 W V 4 r r V VOL 1 Brownsville < OF and on easy terms Write for full particulars Export Pearl 8X Beer i San Antonio Brewing Associati or urn Go to srtflt A PCLL LIKE OF DRUGS CIIEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES STATIONERY PERFUMERY PAINTS PAINT BRUSHES OILS ETC PRESCRIPTIONS CAEEFUHY COSIPODKD ED AT ALL HOUKS OF THE DAT OR NIGHT KLEIBER Fire and Marine Best Beer in the market Guaranteed to keep vi hi this elifnag Made from the lest malt mid iojjk Agem sa OA V Folicies written by William J elly5 Agent < y Hidalgo Texas May 30 I have up news of much importance to cmniuuicate Everything is at a standstill here Since my last no rain has fallen a this section bnt notwithstanding he Rio Bravo del Norte is still h good boating order for the little Bessie which since the late rise has been making very good time She passed down on Sunday evening en route to your emporium city with a full cargo of wool hides and peltries Her very obliging and polite commander Capt Jesse Thornhain always meet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

I rfl i IS i > 1 11 5 1 i F THE BAILY HEftfiLB Jf J Wfoi Entered at the Poctoffice BroVns ville T xas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FKEDAY JUNE 2 1893 The more one thinks about his load tho heavier it becomes Sam Jocks English do s not seem to improve with years The person who has horse sense is rarely fcfye que who haB a horselaugh The devil has a good deal of man in him Snap Shots Or vice versa Quee Yictobia celebrated her seventyfourth birthday by quarrel- ing with Gladstone Its immens That is about all thceditors who visited the big fair can say about it Eome the Eternal City is slid to be growing commonplace throng the construction of modern build jnga The g o p organs are still weep jng over the discovory of those pen B6n frauds and pitying the poor pld vets The Atchison Globe saye It fa a very honest irjan indeed who will not try to paBS a quarter with a hole in it They say Queen Victoria 16 74 years old bnt it is probable that the Prince of Wales th...

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