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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 January 1894

k r 4 jtS Ev 3fcj = s < i Us saN THE DAILY HERALD I3R0WIS SV1LLE TSVAS trEnjrEsn i jja 10 All local notices tor publication in Tub Herald will Be charged at the rate of ten cents per lint first insertion and five cents each piibsrquent insertion No deviation from these pricep AROJJT TOlfW Seed potatoes Ht Dennels See change in Dentist 0 H Thorns ad today The Odd Fellowo lodge have an installation of officers tonight If yon want people to patronize you advertise in The Herald SaWt ien wanted Free prepaid outfit One < > f our agents has tarned over 20000 in five years PO Box 1371 New York The steain hip Morgan is adver tised to sail from Morgan Cy on tomorrow The Installation of officers of tin Knights of Honor lodge took place last night t never teen any tiling to equal it h The train for Point Isihol did g penoi r to at bf SllUtheru not leave for the const until 12 oclock today The usual lime is 9 a in Do yon want to favor Tiir Her Aivl Thin jio hiic i itroiiZii its iiiv Tt...

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 January 1894

= Valuable Information BruWnpville CstJiierciii Comity and the Lower llio Grande Valley ClinnON COUNTY Cameron Connly is tho eXlrernr Boalhern coiiuty of TiXib It u separated from Mexico by the Kir Grand ou the south nud has Hhont 100 miles of nlf const es Is eastum bonndary It was organized in 1848 nnd contains 3308 squnre rnilee Fnrminpj nud BU > ck raising are Hip principal industries of the people the location ciimnte nnd soil btine BdmirnUy adiipted for both The greater t orli > n of the eoil is ft rich liom nnd ptodncea an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton nnd com the chief farm products Two aud Eoroftime3 three crops of corn ave > nuiijrr fromfifyto seventy biisheF per acre nre raided ypnrly while cotton will ennly yield from one to two bales per nc c Grasses grow all the year and stock find pnstnr age withont being f d or sheltered during the winter But the soil nnd climate Of the Lower Kio Grnnde Valley are by nrtire best ndapted for tho production of vegetabl...

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 January 1894

r u r i THE HRRttP Is the Only Pper Pub lirhcd oiu the Lower Rio Grande voir ir Governor niMttiVTomr CTATEOTFICKRS JSHogjj ikut GOTcrnor nSrf J D McGall Comptroller Und Commissioner ffUam rTreurer WBVW Attorney General C A Culbcrnou gapt Public Instruction J 31 larli ic irsTitnr xv county officers Congrcsamau 9th district County Judge County Attorney Comity Cleft Ihenff Treasurer PrecinctNo 1 Preunct No 2 JtecinctNo3 5rtxinct No 4 Couuty court meets for civj criminal and pro mote bus ness oa the urst Mouthy a in Jlurch June bciitenibcr ld December CITY OFFICERS JIayir Chief of Polica Xre surer bccretry At orncj Sur cjo AkbCbbor and Collector U S DISlItlCT COUltf The following arc tho officers of and the times awl for the Western District of 1 plan of holding court Texas I S ri tnet Judge T S Maxcj frrk aU vrhj v11 0 f ° Marshal JB Waler Chief Peiuty ourt coir < van in San Antonio on the dit ilon imiv in Way a id Not rnilx r In liistm on tiio first Mondays In February and Tl B >...

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 January 1894

t f T ffi BA YH RAIB 3Wth3 Entered at the Portoffice Browns ville Texas as second class matter ISSOED EVEB DAY EXCEPT 8tWDAY teres of subscription Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city Onecopyone year 81000 six months 550 three 300 one 100 TO CORHESFONDENTa All communications for this paper should be ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rily for publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of tho writer V rite on one side of the faper in a plain hand Anonymous commnnlc > tions iI not be iioticed The Herald will not bo reaponmble for the statements of its correspondent THURSDAY JANUARY 11 Late news regarding the Ha waiian embroglio 6avors of the sen sational but there is noshing very definite known so so far The Corpti8 Chiisti collectorship ie being very Eamestly discussed Bbownbvillk IIekald Not now it has been Frankly settled Laredo Timcp Explanations from Senator ITills regarding the CorpUB Christi collectorship are now in order We Bha...

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 January 1894

y I tsosU THE DAILY HERALD BftOWJSSVlLLE TSVA TMJunsn tir jjvr 11 = IZjI All local notices for publication in The Herald will be charged at the rate of ten cents per line tiret insertion and Ave een t6each subsequent insertion No deviation from tlntee > rie F JIBOVT TOtfJr For Seed potatoes order Hi em from Frank Champio n Federal court will adjourn next t3aturd < y Old newspapers for sale at j During the evening a most sump cents a hundred If yon want people to patronize yon advertise in Tiik Usuald Thefed oral gnrndjnry will pro iHbly adjourn tomorrow for tin term The Bhe k Diamond 7 will be fgre ted 1 > y a lingo andfeifce to night We regret to learn that Mr D Buituruira is very ill of an attaek of liiettmatisiir Tin re will be a hop at Fort Brown tonight given by rhe soeie J unrig Vmn of the p > st The Bchooncr Marie Isabel w s in 1abel atS o clock ttiiri afternoon coming Vip tin ClM > t The A sambo it BesBio did not leave this morning as wad eXpectid hut wiinOiVe...

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 January 1894

i4 i K > > fi i nmninii iiii mft M Valuable Information tJroAYmiville Cameron County nnd tire tower Rio Grande TJAMritON cotjxtV Cameron County w tho Bxlreme nnlliHtn coiiuty of TiXus It it p per ted from Mexico by the Ilio TJrnudo on the south aud has about lOO miles of nlf coaBt 88 its e ctf rn boundary It was organized in 1858 nnd roiilnins 3308 eqnare miles Farming and stock raihing are the principal industries of the people the locution ciimatn nnd Boil binp admirably adapted ftir both The greater orlion of the eoil is a rich liom aud piodnces an esceedinglj hesvy yield of both cotton nnd coin the chief farm products Two and Koinftimwa three crops of corn avei acing from fify to Bev < nly bushes per acre are raised yearly wbilr cotfon will easily yield from one to two bales per acrol Grnsses grow all the year and stock find pns ur age without being f d or sheltered during the winter But the poil nnd rlimate f the Lower Eio Grande Valley are by nntire be3t adapted for 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. — 12 January 1894

It RE EIBALB Governor Junt Governor 1 ir Comptroller Laud Commissioner County JudL County Attorney Coi lhcrUr Treasurer AhteHSor Coliictor turveyor llidc Inspector 7Iaynr I iiicf of lolice Treasurer 8tre tar Afoniey Survevor AsMBsor and Collector U S DISXRIOT COIIUT The following are the affieera of and the times and pints of holding court for tho AVfcsteru District of r S District Judge 7 T S Iiey A JKvans Attiniy iarshd li y2 e ricf Diiuty Varsliol ller urt corseuisin San Antonio ou the Tlrs ilon iayi < in Javand o fBnb r li Aasttu rei the first Jondays in February and Julv In BljtvnsCle on tho urt Jonday in Jmuiary ami armd iu < ly u Jiibo InVl 1aBO on til liwt Slondsysia April and 0 Jrii 1 AEVTTaGTTTII JUDICIAL PISTKlCT icf uU 28th judicial district J C BiisucU r Uor > John I KMbor U J > ri LontsKow leM t trutC urtnvctB rniiHowi I r i iry Fh ts > > 5dyii in FeiirilBry end rlr c > s i > a two weetfi IH Auiif i < nrth f nwlajs fter the first V 1 > ii ...

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 January 1894

Eatr d at the Poetoffice browns tille Texas m secondclass matler JSSOBOlSVERY DAT EXCEPT BtTNDAY FKIDAT JANUARY 12 AMERICAS PRIDE LAID LOW IN ASHES AND RUINS Dispatches from Chicago of Jftii imry 8 bring tho dreadful news of the burning of tho worlds fair Grand bb was this American mas terpiece in tho heighth of its glory yet in its awfn destruction it fai exceeded itB former grandeur A great fire is always a spectacle ot beauty and tn this instance when Americas prido was laid low in ashes and blackened ruine it 6eems the fire fiend surpassed himself as if gloating in the power which gives him such ascendancy over in n Probably no more magni ficent jet terrifying spectacle has ever been witnessed on this side of the Atlantic says the dispatch The loss is estimated at over 1 000000 The building themselves were worth comparatively little but many of the most equisite pro ductions of both home and for eign arts were destroyed the real value of which can never be re stored in coin It 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. — 12 January 1894

THE DAILY HERALD BB0WN3VILLE TE AS pnsn r jjtJr 12 All local notices for publication 5n Tufe Herald will be charged a t tho rato of ten cento per line first insertion and five tents each fcuberqiient insertion No deviation from these pricer jtaovT to if vr For seed potatoes order them ifrom Frank ChanpTon There was no business of impor tance tranracted in the federal court today The weather haj been da nip and cloudy all day Indications are good for rain and cod weather The ston rhebip Morgan sailed from Morgan City yesterday after noon at 430 with 23 cars of freight The echooner Marie Isnbel came Inside the pass today With a cargo of lumber etinsigneti to Mr M iScliodts The etea mer Bes Je eVeatiied np and left for up river points at daylight this morning with a good fcargo of freight FOR SALETen or more shares of tile First National bank Jock of the City of Brownsville Ipply to this office The funeral ot Mies teo fila Trc Vno which took place from ihe Catholic chitrcli this Hornin...

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 January 1894

3ps3 T i the mo h important produc 8 of tlrs vallry Tne Rio Giaude plantation of Mr Geo Brnluy and the Itibb S arck plmaMon producegreat quan tities of cane whiehds all mannfic t red on the Rio Graudo plantavion Tlis cars ronkes sugar whi h i3 pro nounced by experts to he even supe rior to the best Louisiana product Havana tobtcco has also proven a success 1 rre Col J G Tucki r hav inp made some mopt successful es perioients with it his samples weie elassed by N w Yo k LUjes as equal t < > the bfbt Hmana The county is watered by the Rio Gnnde with its ample fl nv along the southern bonrduy nud turner oris small Breatxs called arroyoa and resaeas The papulation of Campron county accf rding to the cpnsns of 1 90 iu 33 124 Brownsville the count eatT bus a population of about 7000 Point Isabel the seaport of tin oonuty has aboat 100 inhabitant and Santa Mnria a growing little rivrr settlement hts about 2o0 Improved Ian Is sell for from 85 to 25 per acre unimproved for from 2 to f ...

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 January 1894

V f 11 EHUUkS 1 Is the Only Pappr Pub lUhcd on the Lowe Rio Grandev VOL IT IC Id in Bnsona EtlRECTORTT vor let if Polioc irrcr Rrttry C3 a lvrjor lessor and Collector STATE OITICERS J S HoTg Wtvcrnor ALM crno at Governor JV McOall JPJdimiUtonw IVL McGanfihey d Commissioner w E Wortham Usurer a Cuiberson tturne GcncrrJ J Jl Carllslo upt Public Instruction DISTRI T AND COUNTT OFFICERS district wH ° ° UtKLutor Oth Kth district jVu cU e Kennedy eprcBcntativcs8jtUdUtrict T w Thomas Carson un iYV A RU8tln Celaya unty Attoincy Joseph Webb > unty Clerk ECForto nD C Garza caeurcr VGeo Champion RC or V J A Browne U < jr llartlu Uattbon rveyor o Taniayo JeL p tor I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AVasquest inetJio l U Kleiber i ° carda Vvcrez Cirt So ants court ueets for tivil criminal and pro buriuS on the first Monday hi Much June f iuber uid D > < ember city officers Thomas Carson J HKUian r A For ythe JL B Kingsbury Flunk rvnffle SWT11 GA3Jichal U S DISTRICT COURT L the offieers of Mid th...

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 January 1894

It w jg 8 O n > mmmtmmmmmm YHEBAiLYHSHALB see payi isaq < 9 SBftqifat wm mm Entered at the Poctollice brotvns > Tille Texa3 as secondclass matter tel 55SOKU EVERY DAY EXCEPT StHsTJAY SATURDAY JANUARY 13 Tue Goipud tDinibti collector chip seems tar from being ee tied Chicago is bind to find iteell neary 3000000 in dobu Chi cago always doe6 tiling on a big scale Anarchists are not money makeis but they manage to Have nil tho beer aiid dynamite they want What dull it profit a jongreBs man to bave a poftotlico to bestow and give tlie appointment to the wiona fellow Late news of the worlds fu r cotfiagration indicates that the dam age to exhibits is not H6 great as at iirft thought to bo Gus Schlkichbk A Cncro is out for land commissioner Gi is tho man lor the place and Tub Herald will be glud to see him win it Could our congressmen be re lieved of all this wony about post offices tho tariff financial and other questions of import might receive more intelligent considera tion at...

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 January 1894

gEgE s gk S agggr s gtiou hither The li lit hoiire condemnation ase at Ptiint I b 1 brought up Ndity wis dibinisCl Joseph Wn > il a so dier who was chstiged with theft of money t Fort 11 iggld last July was 4fq ued Suver > il cases were tried fb r the llicit retdihrjj of I q i r and several convictions were had The giand jury brought in theii final report at 5 this afternoon and were discharged for the term A light shower fell ibis morn ing very early but the cloiids all cleared ip this afternoon The soaking rain hoped for liae failed to lKaterializo so far rURfiLTT FERSOXAi Bet tha Clay a witness iu the case of James Wood charged with theft and burglary at Fort Ring goid came in on the Alice 6tage from li aredo ypsterday A J Matherne of Laredo ftr rired on the Alice stage last evei inc Mr Mathorne was formerly h resident of Brownsville having taught school here and has many friends who are glad to welcome him IN OLDEN TIMES Peope overlooked the importance of permanently benef...

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 January 1894

YMIi liifcinfa BiAvnsviMe faiiicrmi U nnty and lliu Lower Itiu Grande Valley OMUON county Caroetou County is the extreme southern emu of T X i It ir iifparHteil from Mexico by the Uio G niil > on the south aud has nbonl lOt iiihVb of < julf const ns its enHtorn boundary It who nrgairzed iu 1848 bihI contains 3308 square milet P rmiup and stock mibiug nre the piincipul industrins of the people the locution ciiinato nnd soil bidn adiuirul ly adapted fr both The greafcrr orti ii of the Boil is a rich lorn and pi educes an exceeding Iipuj yield of both cotton nnd com the chief faim products Two and pouir times three crops of corn avei nsiug fromtifyto seventy bustie1 pfr a re nie raided yenily wlnl cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acic Grasses grow jjII the 3oar and stock find pasiur n o without being f d or sheltered daring the winter Bat the soil and climate > f the Lower Rio Grande Vdley are by nat re licit ndupted for the prodncti > n of vfgrtalilos an ...

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. — 15 January 1894

V L I VOIv IL Mayor Chief or Police Treasurer Secretary Attorney Commander Quartermaster Post Surgeon tosECiiinir STATE 0FF1CE11S Gcnernor J S Ho Iicut Governor M 31 Criin Comptroller 1 D McCall Xand Commissioner W I McGanshey Treamirer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culbereon 8npt Public Instruction 331 Carlisle IrtSTrtlCr AKD COB5TT OFFICERS Congressman 2th district W H Craiii State Senator 27th district E A Atleo KfprcscntativcB 85ih district County Judge Thuma Carson County Attornej Augn tiii Celaya ConntyClerk Joseph Webb bherifl ECFOrto Treasurer CGarza AbEessor Geo Champion Collector J A IJrowiiu hurteyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tauujo COUKTY COJ1MISSIOSEKS Prccinttifo 1 A Vawinez lretiuctNo 2 E Klctber Precinct Uo 3 FGarcia PrecinctI o 1 P Percy County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate bUbiuess on the first Mondays in March June September and December I CITY OFFICERS Thomas Carson J H Klhan C A Forsythu Jlli Eingbbury Frank 1 eidlle Burve > or S WBrooks...

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. — 15 January 1894

u THEBAILYHERALB J ut ftr Entered at tho Poctofllce lirowns rille Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION f Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year S1000 six months 550 three 300 one 100 TO CORRESPONDENTS All coffimunications for this paper ehoold be Ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rily far publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the imtcr Write on one side of tho paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Herald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents MONDAY JANUARY 15 Collector Earnest failed to observe that there was a string tied to that Corpus Chrieti collector Bhip Goverhob Waite and the Col orado legislature are playing a side show to cxQuecn Lil and the pro visional government Reeds star is rising to say the Washington dispatches It will probably rite so high as to be oat ofsightbythe next election The Herald re...

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. — 15 January 1894

T fc Z ftiEtifTnifa fcaja ahgtTlsaruicaatAMy uttm rmirriiTTTn THE DAILY HERALD IA familiar figure gone Ma y of our citizens will learn with ligret that M Solomon Jones the well known vegetable dealerj deed at Richmond fez on the 5th instant Wo learn the sad news from Mr J M Hudspeth a soninlaw of Mr4 Jonee The old man has long been a familiar figure about Brownsville making almost daily rounds with lib vegetable wagon He went to Richmond some months ago to visit his daughter who lives there and took the grip from which he never re covered lie will be missed by his many former customers here all of whom Have a kiridiy remembrance of the good old man BROWJSSVILtE TSVAS MtjrriJLi jjmj5 All local notices for publication in The Herald will be charged nt tho rate of ten ceHts per line iirst inEertioti and five cents each snbeiquent insertion Ro deviation from these price jibout Toirjr For sued potatoes order them fiom Frank Champion Several weddings on the tapis at the Point 60 they 6ay I...

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. — 15 January 1894

M c53r mmmmmmmmmmmmmm 4s HMDS AND FACES HOW THEY ARE MADE IN A LARGE SWISS WATCH FACTORY t llcale Operations tVitli 0ch and Tools Required In Making UIuls Kxpcrt i Workers on Ilamls The Wages Paid Both Men and Women Are Excellent A Geneva correspondent in writing of a visit to ono of the famous watch manufactories of that city thus de scribes somo of the operations Now about tho dfalmaking process Itself First tho plain round of purest copper most bo heated to a red heat in a furnace to burn off any adhering im purity Leaving tho fire It jb plunged into nn acid bath and in that way it becomes eo smooth that it may easily bo rubbed into form with a small steel spatula Tho cnamelwhich comes from Franco Hnd Switzerland and looks like great lumps of whito porcelain is first re duced to tho finest of powders in a pow erful crusher Then it too is washed in acid and finally it is washed again in many renewings of puro water After this it is made into a sort of paste which is applied in thi...

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. — 16 January 1894

vol il iiSRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Jicut Governor 3L3I Crua Comptroller J D McCall Jand Commissioner W L McG aughcy Treasurer W B Wortliaiu Attorney General C A Culberson gapt Public Instruction J II CarUslo DISTEICr KSQ COUNTY TUTICEnS Congressman 3th district W n Crain State Seuator 27th district V AAtleo Representatives 8 3th district Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustm Cclaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff 1 K CTorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tauiajo COOXTV COMMISSIONERS PreclnCtSo 1 AVasquez Precinct No 2 E lileibcr Prcdnct No 3 1 Garcia Precinct No I P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September nd December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police i J II Elhan Treasurer CAForsytlie Secretary B Kingsbury Attorney rrankFeuille Suneyor S WBrooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel V S DISTRICT...

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. — 16 January 1894

f sr r THSBAILYHEHALB K tSBftflftr Entered at the Poetoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 8 Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city Onecopy one year 31000 six months 550 three 300 one 100 TO COHBESPONDEXT8 All communications for this paper should be ac companied by tho namoof the author not necessa rily for publication but as CTidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one eldo of the riper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Hebau will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents TUESDAY JANUARY 16 The democrats in congresB handle the income tax qnestion as if it were a hot potato The article published on the lo cal of The Hebald page yesterday entitled Prickly Fear at Santa Gertrudia should have been cred ited to the Corpus Ohristi Caller A hod in Ohio the other df lynched a young colored boy for murdering an aged couple Hu man nature Eeema noi so highly sublimated north o...

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