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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

1 4 t 4 I A HI A V > fcKOTanm < iXMRa amnv f HE BAIL HERALD OSeaoa Parser Ecw PldPostofiSce JBojld BBQTOSYILIjE TSVA5 TEBMS0F SUBSGBlPTIOlt Mexican Coinl > y mail as carrier to Any point in the city > Onecopyone yearw61000 six months 550 three 300 one w IJ0Q LITTLE LOCALS Jesse Thornham spent the day onthe coast Cornelias Stillman left for Hew York City today Geo Brnlay left on the steam- ship Clinton today County indge Carson took atiip o the eea shore today J B Wells Esq and wife went to the Point this morning There was b good passerger list for the coast this morning Yietor Sebree carae down from JBio Grande City yesterday > Bob Stillmnn accompanied his father to the coast this morning M > ss Lul < 2 iutegnat was a pas aenger for the coast this morning HeSFra Dean and Barton Lett for their hows at Hidalgo thht morn- ing A G Stern B ft legal light of Bio Grande City arrived in the < citj yesterday afternoon Geo Federalf of San Antonio arrived in the city la...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

> 4 S33S 6 To he tie Banner County Cameron county ia the extreme southern county of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Hio Graude on the south bordering or the river for about GO miles and JniB about 100 utiles of Bull coast s itseastern boundary It has an area of 3S30S square miles and a population of 13424 according to census of 1890 Beside the Rio Qrande there art about thirty small streams in the county including resacas and ar xoyos branches of the Rio Grande A good quality of water can also be obtained in yolls from 8 to 20 feet deep The upper portion of the county 5s densely covered witlv timber con sjating chiefly of haejf berry ash elm mesqmte and ebony The last two arc the mpst plentiful as wll as the most useful They are Loth much used for fuel excelling ali other woods for that purpose Both of these woods are very hard and burn longer giving out ujpre heat and less smoke and ashes than any other wood used for fuel The jnesquito grows to a very large 8ze and is ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

CHE BAiLY H3SRALB Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas a secondclass matter t i JSSUED EjrSSy PAX EXCEPT SUNDAY SATUBI > AY JUNE 31893 t i TgE San Antonio twenty five think half a loaf is better than none at all probably r Ameeiqa ie getting Buch a dose of royalty this yoar that it will be a lnny to come down to piain Mr and Mrs Soandeo after it is all over Abe you looking out for a good investment Every dollaFput into araeron coqnty dirt will bring a ten fold profit as soon as we get that railroad The people of Galveston show an appreciation of Henry Jtosen bergs benevolence which proves them worthy recipients of his mag iiificent berpiest Cabpets have gone np since the infanta came to this country Her dainty foot is not allowed to press Mother Earth except tLrongh a soft velvet carpft The besi puu of the season ia the following froni the Express They are now calling those toadies who jnado Eulalie tired with their atten- tions JLnfantacides County fairs serve a good epd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

> K TERMSPJP SUBSCRIPTIPN r tit < > Ifc X AMSAtiStUll lP i > iHu DEE DAILY PERALD f 4 4 Office ec Parker Bow fJldPqBtpfficfl aili BROF SVJLlE TSTAS Mexican Cojn by mail or eerier to my point ia fae city Oneco py one year v S1000 six month 550 v uree 300 one to all our patrons living away4rora JBrownsville all accounts due up to July J J89 That date will close Jhe iirat years husintss of Thb JIebalp and wo would request all jibos ii receiving bjjls from w to promytlywwit th8 agwqut eo as jto enable to wjnd up tho ratyears business jmoro satisfactorily Do iot pntoffthiB impoitautnatterto MB The closer jcollectioji wo make the better paper we PW afford to ive yoa JiiTlXiS LOCALS s M A Maupju iet orSanta Ma iatoday S il Deuupit js in the jty f rpni J he Pojnt There vwill bfl a baile l Smta Gtnz tomorrow night Rev if V ITognoiUe jcamo np roin the Point yesterday Frank Rabb and wife are in the ifity tjoday from Sun Tomas j tQuito a crowd of pleasure seeders Al go to the toast ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 June 1893

0 2 Dip Destined lo lis ids Banner County Cameron county is the extreme southern county of Texas and is separated fromJMexico by the Rio Grande on the south oordenng on the river for about 60 miles and JiasabontlQO miles of Gulf coast as its eastern boundary It has an area of 33JS square miles and a population ot 13424 according to census of 1890 Beside the Rio Grande there art about thirty small streams in the count including resacas nnd ar- royos branches of the Rio Grande A good quality of water cannlso be obtained in wells from 8 to 20 feet deepThe The npper portion of the county is densely covered with timber con listing chiefly of hackberry ash < elm mosquito and ebony The last two are the moat plentiful as well as the most useful They are both much used for fuel excelling all other woods tor that purpose Both of these woods are very hard und burn longer giving out more heat and lees smoke and ashes than any other wood used for fuel The mesquito grows to a very large sze an...

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

f Bt = < o I T jr if VOL L j I sen 1 T j The Goodrich and Maris ifliwest Texas Immigration Bute XJBSSB 0 WailIB Secretary Brownsville Cameron Co Texas WE HAVE FOR SALE f X A 0 fcie choicest land sub 1 m VtUUU IXCr divided into forty 40 acre 7 lots Three mile s from the Town of Arroyo this county sold on Ten 10 Tears time to BONA FIDA settlers We have also for sale- S HO OOfY Q 0Y Gi ° land of all description from 5 to UUWU CiiI lGiOOO acres to suit purchases in aU portions of the Rio Grande Valley Town Jots and Gity property For Sale nd on easy terms u Write for full particulars mort Pearl 3X Beer and A Brownsville or Go to 3 rugs La HUB A FClL LINE OF DRUGS CHEMICALS Pa tWt kcEDICINES STATIONERY perfumery paints paintbrushes oils etc O Fire and Marine nsurai Policies written by William > San Anionic Brewing Assai atienfi > icw Beer hi the market GiiaranleetLMcrberp iiin Wis dimale r < J Made from the IxcsUmaltund tops Uro Texas FKESCRIPTIOKS CAREFULLY OOlirOUND ED ATALI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 June 1893

S W 3SI 3 3er3Kji 9 r w Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville T xas as secondclass matter ISSUEDEVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY i SATURDAY JUNE 31893 The San Aptonio twopty five lhink half a loaf is be or than none at all probably Ul J u America ie getting such 9 close of royalty tbia year that it vyill be a Inxuy to come down to plain Mr and Mrs Soandso after it is all- over Aie yon looking ont for a gqoci investment Every dollar put into Cameron county dirt will bring a ten fold profit aa soon as we get that railroad The people of Galveston show an appreciation of Henry Ro6en bergs benevolence which proves them worthy recipients of his mag iiifjcent bequest Caepets have gone up since tjiq infanta came to this country Her dainty foot is not allowed to press Mother Earth except tLrongh a soft velvet carpet The best pun of the season isfhe bllowing from tlje Express They are now calling those toadies who inado Eulalie tired with their atten Ions Infantacides CoDKir fairs serve a gpo end in ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 June 1893

5M < 4 fe T t ll I V x LJlJ J U J m fHE DAILY HERALD FjR F 44 IENE > YS 0q oa Jtekerjgosr Old jPojtpfoB Jiali TEE S QF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or career to any point jn the city Oneco y one yjear 9JO0O six months 550 a > three 300 0Ae 100 29 or pvnQjrs We we 8epdjpgjot this month ito all our patxoflB Piping away from jBrownsvilleU accounts due p to July i 1S > 3 Tbat date wiLUlose jthe fir6t years business of Tgs JIseaw and we would request all hose reeejyiag bills from na to promytly remit tlw amonnt o as i unable to wind ip tjie rstyearts isiuess juore satisfactorily Do 3t put jo T this iwporjaut matterto The eloaer collection we make jke butter paper o saw afford o give yo n LITTLE IMA18 M A Maupin left fur Santa Ma jiatodny s 11 F Dennett jsj 3 thejeity from jthe Point There will be a buile t Santa ruz tomorrow night Roy F Y Yegnoilje came op from tho Point yesterdHy X Frank Rabb and wife are in the u Wiy t ° dF ffom San Tomas J Quite a crowd of pleasure Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 June 1893

S3 Destined la anner be the f Cameron county is the extreme southern connty of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Rio Ji rande on the south bordering on the river for about 60 miles and has aiont 100 miles of Gulf coast as its eastern bonndary It has an area of 330S square miles and a population o 13424 according to > census of 1890 Beside the ilio Grande there art ubont thirty small streams In the county including resacas and ar- royos brandies of the Rio Grande A good qntility of water can also be obtained in wells from 8 to 20 feet deep The npper portion of the connty is densely covered with timber con- sisting chiefly of hackberry ash elm mcsquite and ebony The last twofare the most plentiful as WpII as the most useful They are both mneh used for fuel excelling all other woods for that purpps c Both of these woods are very hard and burn longer giving out more licat and less smoke and ashes than any other wood used for fuel The snescmito grows to a very large sze and is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 June 1893

fe r f 4 r PS kJ o O JLJL ji t IT rownsvme < Li W For 0 and on easy terms J fc te Write for full Barticiiiarsj 1 0 7 export ± eari k see San Antonio Brewing Associticm Mesi Bdffin Jte market jGvaruntced toke p ihtleLihvilz tie fi oiti the fast iiuilband A opt R J ± JAVU WJLJL i r < SUa a vni USE UF DRUGS CHKMIGALS PATENT A MEDICINES STATIONEjRV PRTiSCEITTI S CiltgFULLY OOMPOU ED AT ALL HOXTB6 OF THK DAY OB NIGITT ana marine j WE HAVE FOR SAtE Of the choicest iand sub v divided into MO aw > s ai r4L sjfejr forty acre lots Three mile s from the Towii of Arroyo this countysold on enf 10 Years time to BONA FID settlers We have also for sale i3oO 000 3tCXGF ° an a description from 5 to 10000 acres to suit purcharses in all portions of the Rio Grande Vallev Town lots and City property Policies written by William OTfta Sfca fte Platform He The Laredo News says The Kxpross claims to be helping the warring political factions in this state to get together It hu3 a qneer conception of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 June 1893

u Jc flJt t Entered at the Poetoflice Browns Tille Texas as seoond olass matter ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SHOT AY M02TDAY JUNE 518 Watermelons will soon bo rjpe yum yum Victoria Review Ripe watermelons hpve been on sale at the Brownsville city market for three weeks ynmynm The Express liko many other individuals cBargesits errors up to somebody else and holds the Chicago despatches responsible for the idiosyocrasies of its Mergan ibalcr One hundred tons of America hay were lately shipped to prance It will take a good many such ship- ments to make np for the thousand f 1000 dresses which Ameriena belles annually import from France i r fewnmwaBiman jiBq < Editor Yoigut now inns a col nmn of Spanish matter in his paper tlio Alice Reporter for the benefit of his Mexican friends Brer Vuight is nothing if not enter- prising He will certainly knock tlie persimmon if there 18 anything in push > t America sends missionaries to China to teach them the golden rule laid down by Christ Do un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 June 1893

i K > M h m T 4 3ERff iy FIRST OF ALL TQEiVEWS Office oa Parker Row Old PostoSqp Bnild i BROWNSVILLE TSVAS TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION > MexicanCoin by mail or carrier to qny point in the city One copy pno year 1000 si months 550 three 300 one w 400 TO GJJ JPJiTMtOJFS IWe are sending out this month tosall onr patrons livingjiway from Brownsville all accounts due up to 1 July 11893 That date will close the fiist years business of Tub IIrrald and we would request all those receiving bills Iron us to prcmytly remit the amount so as do unable to wnd up the first years Jbusiue33 more satisfactorily Do not pnt off tliie impoi Unt matterto us The closer collection we make the betterpsper we can afford to give vyon JjYZUM locals Sheriff John Closner left for hi Jinino rt llidrflgo this morning after spending a Jay iu the city A CrStq rjj Eq oi Hio Grande tCity atsraifuw days in the city lefttfor home this imruing i Geo Federalf of San Antonioj will Uiayp ou the ij e stage to iionrocft Col R ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 June 1893

T Bra Destined To k tki i u o o V i 1 e r > n r fi io > fr < > t 8 w loch t I I 1 v ry 1 < > i on 1 anner iioiif Cameron county is the extreme southern county of Texas and is separated from Mexico by the Bio Orande on the south aordernfg on the river for about 60 niilee and has about 100 miles of Guff coast us its eastern boundary It baa an area of 330S square inilojj aud a population oi 13424 according to census of 1890 Bjside the Rio Graude there art nboiit thirty siuall streams in the county including resaea and ar- royos branches of the Jiio Grande A good qniiit of water can also be obtained m wells from 8 to 20 feet deep The upper portion of the county is densely covered with timbercon tatting chiefly of haekberry ash elm tncsqnto and ebony The- ist two are tie most plentiful as well as the mobt usetul Tiiey are both much need tor fuel excelling ail other woods rur that purpose Uolh > t these weed are very hard and burn lunger giving out more heat and lcej ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 June 1893

V 6 w < tt 4 Y V0L1 Brownsville 7 < S A FULL LINE OF DRUGS GEEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES STATIONERY PERFUMERY PAINTS n PAINTBRUSHES OILS ETC i PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMFOUKD V ED AT ALL HOURS OF THE S DAY OR NIGHT Fire and Marine The Goodrich and Maris rata Boieau Secretary Brownsyille Cameron Go Texas WE HAVE FOR SALE res JbOP and on easy terms Write for full particulars Export Pearl 8X Beexv San Antonio Brewing Association lies Beer in the market Giiarantped to keep ik in tins climate jttade frmn the lest malt and ps J Of the choicest land sub- divided into forty f40 acre lots Three mile s from the Town of Arroyo this county sold on Ten 10 Years time to BONA FIDA settlers We have also for sale 250000 CreS l of all description from 5 10000 acres to suit purcharses in jporfeions of the Kio Grande Valley Town Jots and Oity pro rty > Sl e > roi to all jl eisas iPoliaies written by William Kelly Ageat FT 7V wr r v > r The ISnitle or locking Chairs One of the absurd contro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 June 1893

J 1 J fc i 41 Entered at tfce Poctoffice Crowns ville Texas as secondclass matter isSUKp VEBY PAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TUESLAXt JUNE 61893 Went to Hold an Inquest on a ive JUan Laredo News This morning a Mesicaan hoy and two Mexican men came in a run to the sheriffs office and be iween their grasps for breath in- formed the sheriff that they had just seen a dead man layingon the bank of the river nearthe mouth of Arroyo Zaeate The officer im- mediately sent for Coroner Poster hired a hack and went posthaste to the Econq Arrived there they found a man stretched out in the sun witlPhis month open who real- ly did appear to be dead but when they commenced to roll him over to see what the matter was Me woke up and commenced to cuss thpm in choice Spanish Seeing their mis- take explanations followed and the fellownave his name as Gtcko rio lie is a half wltted Mexican t who ie often seen on the Btrcets here The officers en me back to town and Jhe sheriff as he had to pay tor the iiso of iho hac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 June 1893

1 > fe t < 1 If < V f U LJ L 4Yef tiseiflent else where fHE BAIiy HERALD < gHjg8DJiYi jujrm 6 JDffice oa a sr Rpw Jld Pgstogfce Buifcl BBOWysyii itE jDsyAs j0 TE MSQF USCR1PT 0N Mexican Coin by mail pr eerier fe any Pflintin the city Onecopy one jear SJiOW J sixmonths 5530 tales 300 one 100 T OUJ PjJLTROAS AVa are sqndingout this month ito all aur4patruna liying way from jBrownsville till nceqnntsdne np to j the year 1S93 July 1 803 Xht date will close itlje first years businiss of Tjie JHeba d Knd we would request all those receivjiig bills fion us to promptly remit the amount so as to unable to 5vindsup the Jfiist years business ujore satisfactorily Do not jyitoff th ie important maJturto us Ehe class collection we make jfhatbettur piper we can a uidto jgXe you ff nyiK locals Agnod rain I uLl at Point Isabel eteid y Eugene Krllr ru uxndd to the oust ttvdur Several of our printers are on Jihtf sck libt Thp jsaabo it BS e will leave irupfiyer poiyte on Thursday E I jigvr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 June 1893

CiMOii DesfaL To k the anner Cameron county is the extreme southern count ofcTexi5 and is apparated from Mfxiqo by the Rio Crrandeon tiie south bordenng un the river for about GO miles and has about 100 milts of Gulf eoaet as its eastern boundary It lias an urea of 3303 square miles and a population ot 13424 according to census of 1890 Beside the Rio Grande there arc about thirty small streams in the county including resaca and ar- royo branches of the Rio Grande A good qiirdity of water can also be obtainedin wells from 8 to 20 feet deepThe The upper portion of he county is densely covered with timber con bisting chieily of haekberry ash elm inesqnite and ebony The last two are the moat plentiful us wli as rlie niost useful They are Loth much used for fuel excelling nil other woods for that purpose Both of ihdse woods are very hard and burn longer giving out more i nisit and less smoke and ashes than any other wood used for tnel The inesqnite grows to a very large s ze imd is consi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 June 1893

V w t y VOL 1 The Goodrich and Marie is Texas loiroigratioo JES3B Oa WOBBLES Secretary Brdwnsville Cameron Co Texas WE HAVE FOR SALE 1CL000 XLCFGS diTWea in to ° f orty > acre lots Three mile s from the Townof Arroyo this county sold on Ten CIO Years time to BONA FID A settlers We have also for sale S50000 acres s of alj descriiition from5 10000 acres to suit jpurcharses m all portions of the Rio Grande Valley f Town lots and Oity property For Sale on easy terms Write for full particulars Export Pearl 3X Beer San Antonio T or uragB Go to A FULL LINE OF DRUGS CHEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES STATIONERY PERFUME RY PAINTS PAINT BRUSHES OILS ETC PBESOEIPTIOKS CAREFULLY COMlOUNB ED AT ALL H0UE6 OF THE DAT OB NIGHT E KLEIBER Fire and Marine nsuranee reding Association Beai Beer in the market Guaranteed to Iccojy i in tkh climate Madti from the lest malt and hogs ana Brownsville ffeiit two Texas Policies written by William Kelly Agent 41 Good soas jYctvadays There has probably not been since ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 June 1893

< HSBAIIiY H S m yab1nnsfpr a railroad as wit ness the heavy boons offered two years since tQ the Corpns Christi and Sonth Amercan A largo por- tion of this however was snbscrib ed by large property owners living in the upper part of the courijy who would be immensely benefitted by that road but who will not agree to subscribe to a Bio Grande ralley trailroad Again large amounts in land and mpuey have been promis- ed by people not only in Browns Ivile but all along the line for the construction of the Ticket LrtiP and all that is needed isibr some- one to take hold of tlie matter and got the road built They will be sure to get the bonus That there is apathy amongst our pitigens can- not be Jeuied It is Jup in part tQ the fact tliat a few dp not want a railroad at any price whilp others w apt a railroad from some norfhern or eastern poipt alpne and seeing little or no chance of getting that have Joat all interest in the matter fLf Xs jezssaBSsisafT W 5J 11 iaart = marm Entered at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 June 1893

m w r I V ift r itmi mnii i nni THE DAW > HEBALb FIRST F ALA THE NEWS wssBjrjBSDjir jrujrjE t OSes oa PjKwr cw PUPosfoStf M6 jBBGWtf S H E T2AS TERHSQF SUBSOBIPTIOX Mexican Cain by maU or carrier < to any point in the city vanecopy one year 01000 six months 550 u m thjee 300 > X00 one M zo ova paTROJTS W are sending out this month tto all our patrons liyingaway from fy jBrownsville all accounts doe up to jnly 11893 That date will close the first years business of Thb JIbbajj arid wb wonld request all jthose receiving Bills from us to promytly ramit the amount so as tto unable to wind up tbo first years business xnor satisfactorily Do not pot off Uaie important fliatte > to 18 The jeloser collection we make the better paper we < cau afford to give y a fc LITTLK 1 UALS Bain rain and plenty of it for the last two days Fine imported and California wines at Celestines Next in order will be com jdaints of too innch rain Go Xo Cel tine Jnguus for some fine and frcsb calamare...

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