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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 9 August 1892

at i i 7 1 I 4 i fcncoln Neb Aug Ay O Win state convention today Wed Lorenzo Cronnse for fanorRev J G Tate chosen nant governor and John C fWcrotary of tate The tick completed as follows Treas JMwephS Bartley snperin rdent of public instruction A K att ° rDe George gwiW Waitings commissioner of pnb la k aod buildings G K Stay I o Moore of Norfolk was Ninafedf published TJ S lottal buide Urtea tur auditor on the fourth l k SBOHT TELEGRAMS aflt From Our Morning Dailies y shiRton Aug 5 The preai utleft Washington for Lqpn Lake the special Xraiu over Pennsyl 1135 tonight 1 railroajjit Pittsburg Pa Aug 5 H C Ear recovered as to be flekliasw 19job his office where he after 10 oclock airedrfhortly usual jeis alieningt0 business as jore teing shot by Bergmann Waco Tox Aug 5 Dr J B anfill canddiate for vice presi int of the United States on the iibition ticket said this even that thu long looked for much Ld for divbion in the ranks of llheTexas democracy would some Huuston an < 2 would le...

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. — 9 August 1892

N r wit gaaW < ai 5t53S3SyS WJ f HE BAILY HESAt9 FIB8T OF hU NEWS ISSUED YJERl PAY EXCEPT SUNDAY ESSE Q HEELES Editor and Prop Enters at the PoctoAlce Browns y ille Texas as secpndc lass matter TUESDAY August 9 1892 Immigration reform is what the icoiintiy neede equally as tnuqh as tariff iefona Gaiaestmn Nkws It yon do pot want your feelings hnrt keep them out of the way One wttk from today there avo knew it was coining Kvery JoxaB paper issued jDoday will wg the changes on this Chetuut Watson of Georgia proves to be 4 wolf in sjieopV clothing He went to congress as a democratic representative and is now an vowed third party leader If the demucrats will tajce steps towards giving ifi good country oads they will wa o tiie lasting gratitude of every one and espee jally of our farming population The Live Oak Leader is a news sll home print wit hTbut one fault that we can discover It is a shouting Hogg paper and yet must cnow that pakvillo can never de vclop without a railroad The o...

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. — 9 August 1892

30 1 4 j a J 3 4 dybrtx i Month air Judge S isij Attorney Ns te I I surer yd f dor iTJjcr KPARTLSS trAHce Tcxus daily at Cam Bio Grande City Mon day Wed and Friday at C ani T Point Isabel daily at 6 a in Jiatamoros Mexico Except Sun kj aty SQiitfii ARRIVALS inaAlice Xexas daily at 10 p sa Rio Grande TrMVeekly at 7 asn Point Isabel daily at Jk JlaLmoros Mexico 930 a m fiani SING RATES inch One dollar per cements U per tadl eacb sub8elue t SO c tiitciJrateB given on monthly quar yearly contracts Jrfy and first r Iaents ten cents per lino ch wb e4uenUnB0r I per Una e ceixts per 4 jSr duBgeUroe on allmatters of local 1eDc solid163 fl totiio peoplo of SouthwiMt rf teres be wast h i fits author not for publication un teniae StfUiU guarantee of good faith C rrtUMt ficUUous signatures appear I Ration nw right is reserved to of the writer should a necessity CbA disclosure US1 te wtodonottoccivo their papers reg I Tiwcuiir iuwedtonotUy thi8omce tff Any such complaints will person crin tidnand...

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. — 9 August 1892

y fc < yp sgprr c < 7gat p vy Stoynl Lant and JTaiiU Sttliflcs St fettersburjr Aug 1 Let fers received hero from Ashkeno ji town of Asiaslie Russia report that serious riots which occHrod at thut place July 6 in connection with thts choloraepidemic have boon gappnsrfiBd by the government Strictest jcenorsliip is being exercised in the matter From the letters it is learned that the native Starts believing that the doctors were poisoning patient snf J eiing from cholera decided to pnt an end to the murderous practices The wildest rumors were cuiront of trnelities inflicted by the med ical men in causing the death of paiientF aud these stories bad the the effect of arousing the people to highest pitch Five thousand gart suddenly invaded the Russian tjuar ter town attacked and wrecked the residency of Deputy Governor Pouiinsmeff who fled on the ap proach ol the mob His flight was discovered and he was pursued snd overtaken in a street by te iufuriatnd crowd who mercilessly vented ...

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. — 10 August 1892

SI If 1 JJM jhe panHncrican Advocate w the Victoria fostrrdny evening a reporter of at the office i jg Advocate called the PanAmerican Railway Mcertiii11ow mneh sNpyt0 th there is in the report that flcffill ho commenced ngiin in Mr Lamb was at his feffdays Ittdinrepb the inquiry as i tlierepoffinentioned he stated Jilitfdidfribt think much reliance jd be placed in it as the infor nvvas not furnished from his gee lie said When you come gfoMiiformntiuii wo endeavor 10 nearly as possible kputtcts as lis old chestnut ofwork wiilcom iu M few days and carried joflipletion t an early date is ntiireatlbslre and the people llfel certainly bo Weary of such sf specially as in this ease tu the work has been carried on dy biiiI the prospect ot an ilijcumploiion so unceitain My lin if the situation can be words Fr fw > m iwiin a veiy 3 llitiiifi > iii ilii > n J hive been tit int from our Boston office ivkstuiiicns if wu would not lea m vo on the other side o rivtrior the in xt couple o...

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. — 10 August 1892

THE BAILY HERALD FIRST OF ALL THE NEWS ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHEELER Editor and Prop Enteietl at the Poetofflce Browns ville Texas as second class matter WEDNESDAY August 101892 GALvcsrox News Patriotism is oshigh above party politics as one o country is above ones party The 52 congress is now a part of history It adjourned at 11 oclock Friday night Requkseat pace SpEAKtNQ ot Uong uun Bailey resurgam the ban Antonio Express says Mr orh the joyful news that all who have expressed there sympathy for the stricken people of Southwest Texas and who have so kindly ex tended a helping hand to the suf ferers hear may and n juice with us Let the glad tidings be spread broadcast throughout the land and all join in one grand thunksivii liailey i p tic young ster who would be able tolo move and vould be better thought of and would make his friends happier if lie would have his clothes made by a nineteenth century tailor and get his hair cut SnocLG Coigreasman Wat n devote his t...

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. — 10 August 1892

3 J BTISING RArES mBia One dollar per Inch inch each subsequent 50 cts per i lii cbll rates given on monthly quar contracts jjataly iwertioo Month jig Jjpld Jriyand yearly Casements ten cents per line first each subRtfiucnt inscr B t per line cents without change threo per solicited ou aU matters of local ftakwsttothe people of Southwest tommunicaUou mast be accompanied not for puhUcation un its author j 0 Sjdibutasa guarantee of good faith B wrwincst fictitious uignatures appear tiSi aon Uie right is reserved to jJSsane of the writer should a nucessity i h disclosure receive their papers reg i mm who do not f caif nqucMcd to notify thB oflice uTorin person Auy such complaints will pttspt attention and Insuro bettcr servico gjJBSCRIPTIOtf RATES L ostpaidx S80 100 DIRECTORY district Officers iferict Judge John C Russell j > M Turner Attorney fend Clerk Louis Ko walski Jstrict court commences on the Jloiutor in tbe mouths of Tcb ij September County Officers E C Forto Agustin Cel ij...

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. — 10 August 1892

r t r 5 c jSTVMOLCGY PWDE INTERESTING j The Origin and Curious ETOliitlou of Sumo English Surnames A magazine article bv Sir Herbert Maxwell presents in r very readable forin the derivation of a number of common names It will be news for example to many of our readers that Snooks was once known as Sevenoakes Some persons are not aware that Eliza beth is to be accounted an uncouth form of Isabel which was formed from isa heau on a false supposition that Isabean was masculine Eliza it is stated is not a shortened form of Elizabeth but is the equivalent of Alice Marion we know is in line with Marie Mary and Maria Patronymics have been much multi plied through pet names The Saxons formed pet names by adding to the original name often abbreviated kin and cock and the Normans introduced et and ot en and on From William we have the pet names Will Wilcock Wil kin Willett Willey Willemot Willen Bill and Guili Latin From these wo get in order Williams Mac William Williamson Wills Wilson Wilco...

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. — 11 August 1892

V U orfc August G A cable officerscorps oi by the bodv hussars held here Tutrthe First Lieut casino ittovitch suddenly stepped die room find toBiddltf of took deliberate aim I pistol Snsslo Ipriuce Miobolas r4 brpthel cite who s i situ the lieutenant5 who receive irince tell dead bulletin hie heart his partnv f ifcloAB ground amidst the wildest 4ect stepped over the body jtamrade raised hie affiance s iWthehalr and thenblew hw is out All this happen ftgihtn thirty seconds So ftfferethe shots tired that precluded Cries bcb whs terrified women firft gave tnalo those in other parts which was at i jeTwI aeaiBtaiusn tjrtttred w B nf ° uvailin I nt Prince Susalnvitch and J iriah The young dy was Silty draped from tin j tyipoflier murdered part e it now lying at the point Ml j i rfiir created the wildest ex t jn Russias upper circle concerned were 5 parties kiwn fettarhiis ordered a special kb be forwarded to him by pa The murdered prince n warned beforehand by feritch nut to attempt danci...

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. — 11 August 1892

u 1 i fit fe 4 4r p JESSE 0 WHEELEB Editor and Prop Bntered at the Poctofflce Browns ville Texas jis secondclass matter mournful wail of the third party Read ihe communication ol Later in todays issue in regard t waterworks for our city Thk Rio Gi wide has rnn over its banks in some places and now Ihere is some talk of sending out a petition to the people at large for the benefit our flood sufferers Anew visitor the Liano Titues comes to The Herald office tins week The Times runs with a double team of editors and its col imins shine with duplex wit and wisdom We gladly exchange Galveston New The talk of jinuexing Cuba and Canada is foul ibh We dont want any moie cares What we want to do is to irade off a few such communities as Homestead and throw in our large protective tariff tf > bcot Cameron county will bo ivpre Fuuted at Houston by her uosr luomincnt democrats appointed by citizens who are too will known tit T linke it necessary for usto say tint they cannot justly be accuse...

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. — 11 August 1892

I 3 IS I > Sun lam va rm 6 1 > urald g XSlNG RATES dollar inch raHisementB One per each subae ucnt 50ctsper teUil rates given on monthly quar coutraets Qjriy and gcat per Hlaly trithout change throe ceuta per solicited on all mat tors of local afflM the people of Southwest 7of interest to communication must be accompanied ttdi eoflts author not for publication un ited but as a guarantee of good faith ficUUous nignatures appear j eqnest 7 naictionBthe right is reserved to ttanime of the writer should a accewity isdi disclosure odonotroeeive their papers reg jjj L pecallT roqueoted to notify this office Lorin person Anysuch complaints will rtptsBpt alteciiou and insure better service SUBSCRIPTION RATES ujrtir Postpaid SO0 tei2 DIRECTORY DKTKICT OFFICEKS strict Judge John C Russell Attorney D SL Turner abktCIerk Louis Kowalski ffetrict court commences on the if Monday in tue mouths of Feb id September 9 County Officers fy Judge E CForto Agustin CeLtya Joseph Webb S A Brito Celetl...

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. — 11 August 1892

ir UsK m w > mj c > l1 1 BELOW OCEAN WAVES IFE AT GREAT AND ALMOST UN FATHOMABLE DEPTHS ptrnngp and Startling Stnicture of the Denizcnti of tho Deep Creatures Way Uoivjj JIavo Keen Crowded from tli < Surfacp pf thp Seq For century pr more naturalists have Jcncnvn a great 4eal concerning the juarine organisms whiclj dwell in the shallow water nest the shows liey Jong agp learned the amazing iichness pf these littoral forms The census of species amounts now to more than 100000 distinct forms it is however pf Jate that they have ascertained that the deep er parts of the ocean flcjqrs have also an atrandauf and varied peopling Tho greater part jjf these shore dwellers are exceedingly intqleiant of the enormous pressure of the deeper waters as well as pf the low temperature and total dark7 ness which exists there Certain forms have however acquired the ability to withstand these peculiar conditions as generation by generation through the geologic ages tljey have crept away from ...

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. — 12 August 1892

4 4 W I 1 f i i i i P S 4 New Situation Tke political X6e following extracts from an New York World ItlcJeinthe of the political sit a5 an idea York This week JIjfitness the commencement of jePresidental battle iu earnest parties have se i boHhe great headquarters and are now ed the ball arolling j jtostart cannot Impartial observers if lie impressed at the marked eon the situation in the gtbetween publican and Democratic camps fj8 Republican had Beveral jit the start of their opponents tithe latter have caught up with left them far behind It 1 3 and HI require a deal of hard work to > the Republican party into a6 i loiffitrkiug trim as the Demo iisie today The Republicans sippiientlj uo nearer harmony 4 a they were immediately after adjournment of the Minueapo seoJiventnm Ibe Cliarrtnonrhip of their Na isil Committee went a begging tfsrwk aud wad declined by arlr every conspicuous leader in bpirty who was qualified by ex mes to fill the posiiiou As rttjbody knows Chairman Oar &g...

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. — 12 August 1892

iB1tlHJm3BW BCB W rmm SHE BAJLY H3SRALB WPIUST OPAI L THE NEWS ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY jIESSE 0 WHEELES Editor acd Prep Entered at the Poctofflce Brownsr Ville Texas us secondclass matter FRIDAY August 12 1892 Commence ye Hoggies all As loud ad you can bawl rHouston Lost AYemiss the Laredo dailies from our tabic today Houston now ciaims a popula tion of 55573 Lord Tknxysou celebrated his 63rd birthday on the 6th instant The finish will como some time next week in the Bayou Cft Tiie year of the hegira 1892 In that year all foreign capital fled from the state of Texas ExSenator Blaju of Jtfew Hampshire is a candidate lor a fceat in the lower brunch of congress Tuesdays ban Antonio Express thus poetically puts it In exactly one week from today the skinning b > gins The Washington Post Stys < Vheream I at bids fair to be come tiie perpetual running mate of tWhat are we here foif Read on oiir first page extnetj from New York World regarding the presidential situation Some de...

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. — 12 August 1892

ei co n m i R f ilg If aid f YERTISING RATES aarlisemeots Oue dollar pw 4nah inch each subsequent TstW rfion specWtratesgivejlonmouthlyj 50 cts per quar pearly W J ly contracts to1 7 d rtisanents ten cents per line first L sixceats per line each Bubseqnent inser > threts cents per i t nthlrwithout change insertion Bioaaenca solicited buaa matters of local 1 orofinterest to tho people of Southwest t oca communication must be accompanied lietime of its author not lor publication un directed Utit as a guarantee of good faith k nti u lea by request fictitious signatures appear Gj xoBununicaUonbthe r ht is reserved to of the writer should necessity Ihe n nie I eforfttchdisclOEure tjiusibsrs who do not receive their papers reg jjire ipecially requested to notify ihis office tiJercrin person Any such complaints will lietter service TeproiDpt8itenUonandUisure SUBSCRIPTION RATES w SiMcntha Month 1W DIRECTORY Distuict Officees District Judfje John CRussell District Attorney D 31 Turner Str...

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. — 12 August 1892

I Continued from first page will be inaugurated by the the Campaign Committee It means more in the judgment of wellin formed Democratas and that As that the Democratic Stale Commit tee is acting in perfect harmony and accord with the national orgain jzation of the Democratic party As to the loyality of the Tam inanv Ball the word of the leaders of that organization ha been pledge ed to the ticket Under its present management Tammany has always supported the Democratic Candida1 loyaly Last fall Mr Fussttts friends had a great deal to saj about Tammanys knifing Mr Flower for Governor The resnlt was that Brother Fassett was the worst beaten man fur Governor of this State since Folger Probably that the kind of knifing the Re publicans are expecting from Tam many this year At any rate it is morally certain to be the kink of knifing they will receive at the hands of the Tammany orgauizi tion The Democrats of the country said a pi eminent Democrat last night are entitled to know now that a...

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. — 13 August 1892

J 4 it rtffi 4 I t si fey fheW t ofso ealLd Mexican revolu PJ80 ihe border but has been JTtoestablioh their truth and mti believe theie is any war inr le reports that the Gaiza s t will be jemwed Brill erl troops and other authori fkh se of IS Clay Kitn thftt Colonel King is HPrE y doubt There can be lirlle Fancy the man a brilliant orator thinker pleading before the oD8of a is rofinstice The court room rfed Hundreds of spectators tith rapt interest listening to from clunwc that falls Wthc pleader That was Tennessees jjplKing a OIie ot time That was a test lawyers ttthe tempter had cume lie reiltb power popularity Few shew Clonei Xing in those tjiecozinVd himJn tne eourt t Memphis in the warm days Jane a yeara it when twelve deciding whether his acre should pay for that of David Postofc Old friends of Colonel grabbed their eyes twice before we sure that the sunken eyes Ibid was the once erect silver PO liwyerwIinhud for twenty it held southern audiences spell nil Even Colonel King h...

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. — 13 August 1892

THE DAILY HERALD FIKST HIT Ai L THE ftEWS ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHEELEB Editor and Pjpp Entered at the Postofllce Browns yille Texas as secondclass matter SATDEDAY August 13 1892 What with reunioiiFconventions ranrdcra and lynehings this year tho newspapers have n time trying to find space to publish the news A dispatch received here this morning states that the sentence of Col H Clay Kinij lias been com muted hp Guv Buchanan to Jjfe imprisonment Galykstox news Every cent of a citizens money should he lelt in his pocket save barely enough to administer a simple democratic government economically ip Tommy Platt stands on his dijr iiity and days that any overtures for closer relations between himself and Mr Harrison will h ive to come from the latter He siys he doas not want to bo placated by the president Nut much republican harmony is indicated by sueh re mark from the jr o p bosses REPKESEKTATIYli DoCKKliY Speak ing of the work of the 52nd con gress say Among the i...

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. — 13 August 1892

i I 4 1 4 slJ O u 9 KBTISING RATES no dollar per inch jTOii inch each aubsequeut 50ctsper 9 i Wt given on monthly qu r ismcnU ten cents per line first 3 per line e ch subsequent inser jS ithout cbanBe three fients per aU matters of local on jnM fatattoU people of Southvreat Inanaication irustbe acaompanied I > author not for publication un it jUloU finaranteoof food faith tUt ficUUaus signatures appear ITLjtSonsthe right isjeservodto meofthewiite should a necessity Biisdosore their irtrto do not receive papers rag notify this office person Anysuch comylalnU vrffl service jyiyjeoucstedio VtHonaniriMureVttar 0B3ORIPTION RATES 100 Mouth DIRECTORY District Officers a Judge John < 3Kussell flittfoney D ML Turner ffiGferk Louis Kowalski ct court commences on the jloadar in he motiibs of Feb Stptanber Ooukty Officers E C Forto Agustln Ccl ija Joseph Webb S A Brito Oledooio Gurzn Ceorgu Champion JjimiS A Browne J olia ri H > rd estarof Hitlcs Casimiro Tuiuajo C03IMIS lO > lliS s...

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. — 13 August 1892

I y iiIk ii f U Cul I > Was rioltj NJsIJ Ef 60 bet aiiybody shd ask me who J cionntcd was th uout an aout wean eat man iu Uridgeby or anywhera xiound remarked 2dx Enos James to select audience at the village store one evening twonldn i take me Jons i set forth ury mind I ken tell ye I hed t go over to Caleb Simonds of an errand fer ro wife one day last week an Miry she persuaded me t set daown t dinner along with en as Id got to go oyer f Jentreville bfore I went home an twas jest thT noonin 1 hated to stay fer I Jniew Caleb wouldnt be much set up t see ine an I dont never seem t relish my food there fioineways but I was overpaowered kind of b Miry an I staid Calel looked all took aback t see me when he come in but he tried t appear cheerful When I see thet pooty slim lookiii little Follett gal come m Iwassorrv fer her t think what kind o nourish inent shed nost likely took in whilt ghe was boardin aout her time there I aint goin t find no fault with th food fer I partook of t an...

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