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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 30 September 1893
* I i ROWNSVlLLE LOCALS. -OOO- — Moti- Pistol practice wiJI begif\ day at Fort Brown. Jjookout for the return of the "Black Diamonds.". The river has risen considerable here sine* yesterday. There will be an auction sale at the commissary dept., Ft. Brown on Saturday Oct. 7th. Steadier sailed front Morgan City yesterday at 1.30 P. M. With 13 cars of freight. County clerk Jos. Webb issued the following marriage license yes- terday, Eduardo Atkinson to Isabel Cisneros. There will be several set-to's be- tween several well known athletes to-night at the athletic rooms on Elizabeth Street. Don'* miss it. The Bessie will probably leave for up river on Wednesday, if suffi- cient freight will arrrive on the steamer for her. A telegram received here last night reporta heavy rains having fallen in the and district jester day, Prof. C. W. Wilson will leave on the Bessie [for up river in a few days dont fail to hear the Phono- graph before he leaves. The railroad party consisting of. Messrs. S...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 30 September 1893
BSv mm, • # HB^y . fc-'i1'- ■:.lí * " Beowacnrillog THE FUTURE EAILWA7 01TB AND QUBEV cmOFTHBBIO OBANDB. Ciñieron County. Tfc (Tem </**• Southwest. Pt «BS&OL Mo whma Ib It'* losg ppf km ti Rio Grand* kiaaao fertile thoao adjacent ln Cameron county, i r*ntiy it'a murmure grow il |**ve* thi# gWrioue land—ti Uad of ti feaimt# *nd flg, ti augar cune and grapa. Pelightfttl aum y day* ¿that which luí/ borate no finar,] ara moderated by the con- stant bree frota ti gulf, pnd nlghta are •imply «uperb in their oootama. Heve ie the goal of M inrplfd « d like mfglc under it'a health-g^ren powere he eoon ia rectorad to his former vigor. Flower* bloom the /ear round and the songs of tye meehlng bird V ever heard. Brownsville, the judicial aeatof thi* lair county baa «everal businesa thoroughfarea block* of fine building, ho tela, ahopa, and ia rowing daily, But it ha* not yet shaken off it'a paat. A certain aroma from the old igno- rant timet lingera •till, not only ta by Ways, ¡but in th...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 1 October 1893
I ■ i / ,p * ' t' nm OBVOTKD TO THE TRADE INTERESTS OF THIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION OF THE i DAILY NEWS, I VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1®. 1893. NUMBER 37, CHINESE COLONY IN MEXICO. San Francisco Call. Tbe Chinese and Mexican com- msreial oomptny an organisation composed of wealthy Chinese iu tbe country,baa purchased a traot of 250,- 000 acraa in th« state of Sica'oa, Ma* xieo, and oo these hnda it is propo- •ad to settle 6000 of choir country - mao, Tha land vaa purchased from Her- rarra brothere at a merely nominal figure. Tbe Iraot liea back iu the country about twenty miles from the .coast line, and it adapted to the grewth of alraoet everything that baa roots. Quong Yee Lee, tbe agent of tbe company, arrivsd in tbi* eity from New York a few days ago and ia quartered at No. 710 Sacramento atieet. He will remtiio here to make prepation for tba departure of bia countrymen until October 1, when be will leave for tbe colony Inude. When aeon yes...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 1 October 1893
mi * 4 .5 • | Pitv í&V./ . m, If fe'.-' mm ?• GKj T Paih Metropolitan, Published Every Morning [Esrsei Mondays] |ohn P. Smithwick, Editor and Proprietor. Office of publication 12'/¿ ?<e/'r A />er Street. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Subscription in advunco, Mexican money, one month, $1.00 Subscription per yefcr, delivered by car- rier if sent by mail to any part of the U. S. or Mexico, 18 U. S. Currency or $12 Me x loan money, payable in adranco. advertising rates. )<ef(iil r a>i vat' ijemonu running for torms of- net I* tlia.i two months, per ¿nch. p i' moatj . $1.00 i.ocal notice , legal nuil transient ariver- ti^'iuontH, L'loau inserted t irregular inter- vals, «oí in un especial type, or for which especial voucher have to be made_ or aworn ntatem«nts furniahed, first insertion, per lino lOcts. Subsequent insertions per line Sets Legal advertisements payable strictly af- ter the H 'st insertion. No deviation will be mado from this rulo. Noticb:—Subscribers who fail to re...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 1 October 1893
-W" Tí? %<■ UfrÉ : 3R0WM3V1LLE LOCALS. ooo The river is falling. Today and tonight will be the last of the fair at Matamoros. The steamer Clinton sailed from ■Galveston yesterday at 3.30 P. M. District court adjourned yester- day morning for the term. Pistol practice begins to-morrow at Ft. Brown. The County court adjourned yes- terday for the term. # A baile was given at Santa Rosa- lia ranch last evening. In the * County court yesterday Aquilino P. Barreda became a .citizen of the United States. Let us all work and talk for rail- road and by all means subscribe li- berally. Our foreman Paulilo Zamorano returns thanks to Mayor Rafael So- Jis of Matamoros for favors received from that gentleman. We are sorry to lewrn thut Mr. W. H. Schmidt came near being drowued iu the river at Santa M liu a fewa days ago. Post Master Dunn arrived in town yesterday from Santa Maria, he reports ciops in good condition in that part of the county. • There was a baile, given last evening near Field'...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 1 October 1893
, 'V méfi ■a-.-i Wv i h-- llsewatmlk; i ft tiéd Matamoros. THE FUTURE RAILWAY * i • ' ) . j > GATE AND QUEEN CITY OF THE RI9 GRANDE. 4 ' ¡.Cameron County. Th* Gem of the Southwest. Mo where in it's lone and winding course 4oes (be Bio Grande kiss so fertile shores aa those djeoent in Cameron county, and appa- rently it's mamara grow more musical as It lea vea this glorious land—the land of the banana and flg, the sugar cane and grape. Delightful sunny daya [that which Italy boasts no finer,] are moderated by tbe con- stant treese from tbe gulf, and nights are •imply suporb in thoir coolness. Here is the ' goal of the invalid and like magic under it's health-given powera he soon is restored to his former vigor. Flowers bloom the yoar round and the songs of the mocking bird are •ver heard. Brownsville, the judicial aeat of this fair county has several business thoroughfares, blocks of lino building, hotels, shops, and is growing daily. But it has not yet-Bhaken off it's past. A cer...