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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 January 1894

a a Sbiafa THE DAILY HERALD a sab accident at i8S0ED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY BSOW SVILIiE TSTTAS Tuesday jjtjr ift Alt local notices for publication in Thb Herald will be charged at the iate of ten ceats per line first insertion and five cents Bach subsequent insertion No deviation from tbeee prices 1 ABOUT TOFTJi For seed potatoes oHer them fromFrank Champion Remember the steamship Mor- gan sails from Brazo3 tomorrow Head the atf ot E E Oarring ton which appears in todays paper The steamboat Bessie reached Edinbnrg today on her way np at 1230 today The caso of Jaimo jMulet luna iico inqnirerrdo was had before Hon Thos Careon this morning Mulet was adjudged insane and will be sent to the San Antonio asy ino Deputy Sheriff Martin who is one of the best detectives in this county feels confident that he will in a few days run down the mur- derers of the poor > imfortunate surche Judge T S Maxey > U S Mar shal R C Ware District Attorney A J Evans and Clerk D II Hart leayo tomorrow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 January 1894

IrfrfrgVjftfr 3XZi sase Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAMERON COTJKTYI Cameron Connty is the esireine Eonlbcrn county of Texas It is separated from Uexico by the Rio Grande on the eonth and has about 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 3848 ond contains 3308 square milee Farming and stockraising are tbe principal industries of tbe people the location ciimato and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater r orlion of tbe eoil is a rich Jiom and piodnces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and corn tho chief farm products Two and Bometime3 three crops of corn aver- aging from fify to seventy bushels per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find pnstur age without being fed or sheltered dnriDg the winter But the soil and climate of tho Lower Itio Grande Valley are by natare best adapted for tho production of vegetables and frnita ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 January 1894

7 < T > i tC ciurt meets as follows Cjiu mn CHinty Iir t Kond y8 In February and < v mber cuntinuea tn session two v otks TIi w r unity ronrth Meiidaya after tbo first Jundaj in February and bejitimber continue inte won two etks Fit t jatj fc > lxth Jondays af er tho first Jon daya 11 libruary and bepCeiubtf u > ntiaues In three Wiets Iia t utuity Ninth Jondivs after tlie nf t Von < jt i i ioruary and b < i > ujnbtr oontmue in- S 1 iX vt < jk x I s 3IIL1TARY TOSxlrort Srmrt C tjand nr QiixHc mastfr 1 < t bnrion VOLrH DIRECTORY 7 STATU OFFICERS Governor J S Hpgg Lieut Governor li II Crne C ritroUcr J D McCall Land C miniissioner AV L McGaughey Jrjiiur < r W JJWorthaiu Atcn y Gmeial C A Culberson JjXt I siblic Instruction J 31 JJarilale LLSTRICFAND COBSTl OFFICERS Ongr smuiMh district AV II Cram Sut fcxnator 27Ui district E AUee Keprc ataUvc48thdI8tri t 5 w k jt County Tndge Thomas Carson Coun v Attorney Augusi Oclaya CrimtyCltrL Joseph VTelb fchmit ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 January 1894

hi THEBAILYHESALB < gqss < S Mlt r Entered at the Postoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to- ny point in the city One copyfone year 1000 six montbs 550 three 300 one 100 w an i a a i mi i wn Mn TO CORRESPONDENTS AH communications for this paper should be ac > inpanied by the name of the author not necessa- rily for publication but a evidence of good faith on tho part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed The IIekald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 Tub Corpus Christi Caller makes a remark which exactly fits some things recently published regarding tho Matlock call It says A few cocalled democratic papers of this Etate gloat in disorganization and it will be a cold day for them when tho Texas democrats get together The Book of the Fair cofftin uc8 as interesting and valuable as ever Part ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 January 1894

S V f HWidiirmwirrp ifTrnh < iiiin irrsrrT iSSUKDEVEIW DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY BROWNSVILLE TS AS HEDJTESDvtir JtMJT 17 All local notices for publication in The Herald wi l be charged at the rate of ten cents per line iiret insertion and fives cents each subsequent insertion No deviatioa from these prices AbouT rotrjr For seed potatoes oHer them from Frank Champion The wild geese one of b tnrea baromcteis flew sonth this after- noon Loi k out for a norther The examining trials of the two soldiers arrested a day or two 8go by Deputy Sheriff Frank Martin for theft was not held today FOR draperies in the best and mo3 elegant styles write to Leopold Levy No 133 Canal Street New Orleans Al fao for Carpets Mattings Window shades and Wall paper TLe largest house in the souih The many friends of Capt Rubt Dalzell will regret exceedingly to learn that the captain u laid up Willi a ca6e ui la grippe We hope to see the ciptaiu on the streets Very soon A party of hunter consisting of Judge Maxey an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 January 1894

a jKjv f x xF ValbabU liialion Brownsville Cameron County and hh Lower Rio Grande Valley OAMCHOK COUNTY Cameron County in tho extreme southern county of Texas It i separated from Mexico by the llio Grande on Iho south aud has ubout 100 miles of qnlf coast as its enRtern boundary It was organized iu 1848 nnd contains 3308 square miles Farming and otock raieing are the principal industries of tho people the location ciimato and soil beins admirably adapted for both The greater 1 ortion of the soil is a neb laoro and produces an exceedingly uevy yield of both cotton and coin the chief faim products Two and Bometima3 three crops of corn aver- ting from Gfy to seventy bushels per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from ono to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find pustur a o without being fed or sheltered during the winter But tho Foil and climate of tho Lower Eio Grande Valley are by natire best adapted for tho production of vegetables end fruits ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 January 1894

Kr VOL II ES3RrCTOieir TT MM18 III II I < STATE OFFICEES Governor JfF ° se Lieut Or < ncrnor AM3L cnne Comptroller J DMcCall Land Conirnlssioner WL3IcOau hey Treasurer W 13 WortLani Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTKICr AND COUNTY OITICEES t3ongrc = finian Otli district W H Crain State Senator 27th district E A Atlee W J ItUSMll IJrpr eutatives S5tn district T y Kenned County Judge Thom fl Carson County Attorney AUgtreUn Oalsya County Clerk JO b Hienff ECl < orto Treasurer CGarza Assessor Goo Cuampion Collator iV5ruwrle bnr or Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COMMISSIONEItS PrrdnctNo 1 AVusquez PrcimtNo2 Kilr Xrt jictNo 3 TVGarda 3 > rc JictNo 4 P Pares Ount court meets for elvil criminal and pro late Lutmuss on the first Hondays hi Jlarcli June beptcmlK r jid December GITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Ch f of Iohce J U Klhan Treasurer AFonvthe feccrctuxy V B Kingsbury Attorny r k Jvemle 1 Sum j or SrV T0 A Jlichel Atsc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 January 1894

V X TH BAILYH3SRAIB TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or cairier to any point in the city 31000 One copy one year six months 550 three 1 ° ° one THURSDAY JANUARY 18 Mb Dole still insists that Ilawaii shall become one of the United States Reports from Brazil indicate thnt the civil war ia becoming somewhat moro allegro Thb St Louis Republic takes Mr Cleveland to task because Missouri demosrats havo not got- ten enough federal pie Unless something happens to prevent it the CorbettMitchell contest will take place one week from today and the sporting world will be relieved of its suspense The following decree which has beer issued by President Diaz is of interest to the citizens of Mata raoroa as well as to the merchants of BrownBviller Small importations of foreign merchandise proceeding from the towns Bitnated in front of tho Mex- ican custom honreB on the frontior and destined for the use of frontier people shall have exemption from eustom house duties provided that the valu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 January 1894

f iViPii7i rB r z t LlBOUT TOttJT Springfield muskets at jagone Fresh Litnburger cheeeo just re- bel ved at Jagoue Celebrated Juno parlor lamps at Celestine Jagou e For sued potatoes order them from Frank Champion Celestine Jagou has received a fine lot of sporting gnne Fine pocket revolvers to be found at C Jagoue Sold cheap Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made The steamship Morgan exiled from Brazos yesterday afternoon at fnur oclock A real estate cilice will lie Open- ed in a lew da8 in the Douglas building corner Elizbacth atd 12 streets A very heavy rain fril here this rooming giving the grohrtl a fine soaking and putting it in good con- dition for planting Collector of Customs J A Mi- chel informs us th t all of the ap- pointments in the customs district rnadcj by him have been confirmed by the senate Master Phillip Alfied first born son of Mr and Mrs Phillip Hes se waB christened at the Catholic church this afternoon Hon Jhs B Wolls and Mrs Anna BJtz grandmother of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 January 1894

le it Brownsville Cameron Count am the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAM2K0S ousty Cameron Conuly is tba exlrenM southern county of Texas It i separated from Mexico by the Kit Grande on tbo Bouth aud has nboni 100 miles of fulf coast as its easten boundary It wns organized in 1848 and contains 3308 square milee Farming and Dtock raising ore tb principal industries of tbe people the location climate and soil beint admirably adapted For botb Tbt greater i ortion of tbe eoil is a ricb laoro and produces an esceedniglj heivy yield of botb cotton and corn tho chief farm products Two and Eomttime3 three crops of corn aver- aging from Gfy to Beventy bushels per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses gro all the year and stock find pastur- age without being fed or sheltered during tbe winter But tbe enil and climate of tbo Lower Rio Grande Valley are by nature beat adapted for tho production of vegetables an fruits Vegetables of al kind3 grow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 January 1894

VOI II STATE OHTICrEltS GoTcnior m v a m Liut Govnior j DMcCal Comptroller Gau3 w T M v S ocnc nd gapL Public taetrnclion J 31 Uanisie DISTBIcr AND COUNTY OFFICEES fct sman Oth district iVStoS bufi Senator 27th district Representative 85Ui district TW Kennedy County Judgo SEStacSSS County ClcrK EC1orto S C Garza n Ow Champion Assessor Collector Survejor Hide Inspector COUNTY C0MJUSS10XE11 ITccinctNol Vffi 1recinctNo 2 v Garm TrcclnrtNo 3 T > Tero Precinct Io 4 County court weoU for cavil criminal and pro late business on tho first Mondays in 31anli Junc September and Doeember cur OrTJCEKS Secret jy Attorney Surveyor Assessor and Collector Thomas Careon J IIKllan Treasurer CArorsythc U S DISTKICT C0U11T The felloe ng are the officer of and the times and place of holding court lor the Western District of Texas U a District Judge s J10 Attorney M 1 tlcrt ItC are Vnnini nUTKluu Chief Deputy Marshal J waller t nrt convene in Son Antonio on tho first Mon- day s n Jay andNo > ciubcr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 January 1894

i rHEBAILYK H 3bB < g5S < 9Jt4t TERXSOF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to tny pomt in the city Onocopyone M six months 550 ihteo 300 one 1 00 v wMTrmmMtmutim mmam mil l i FltlDAY JANUARY 19 IJROWSV1LLK IS SATISFIED The San Antonio Light has discovered that It is not con- nection with Corpus Ciiristi but with San Antonio that Browns ville wants and San Antonio reciprocates that want The es teemed Lght is somewhat tardy in announcing San Antonios re- ciprocity which it would seem lias only been awakened since the bonus has been raised for the road to Corpus Christi It is true that Brownsville would Jong ago havo reciprocated in nn cffoit to secure rail conuec tion with San Antonio So dire wag our need of a railroad we would gladly Iihvo seized any apportunity to gam it but Browns ville was ignored by the capital of Bexar uutil it became nn es tablished fact that it would at last gain the coveted railroad by another route and now it begins to dawn upon San Anto nio ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 January 1894

ffo XnfamaitojfowmaPrtttfflmnmrr irif irr J cr fmM Inai THEDAILY HERALD the boundary com ISSUED EVEUY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY to covLUESPoxnyins All communications for this paper should bo ac kompanied by the name or the author not necessa rflj lor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Writeon one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica Uons will not be noticed The RKTMln will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents Entered at the Poftoflice Browns ville Texas as gecondclass matter BROWNSVILLE TSVAS wninjiT j + ur 19 All local notices for publication in The Herald will be charged at the rate of ten cents per line first insertion and five cents tiacli Subsequent insertion No deviation from these prices JIBOVT TOWJT Springfield muskets at Jagout PreEh Limburger cheese just re- ceived at JftgouV Celebrated Juno parlor lamps at Celestinc JagouV Celcsfine Jagon has received a fine lot of sporting gnne JFine pocket revolvers to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 January 1894

Valuable liiafc 1 Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grando Valley CA2IEBOX OOKTY Cameron County is tbo extreme Boalhern county of Texas It i separated from Mexico by ibe Rio Grande on the 6outh aud has ubout 100 milea of nlf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 3818 and contains 3308 square miles Farming and stockraising are tbe principal indnstriea of tho people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater v ° rlM ° OI tue fi01 8 a rca laom and produces an exceedingly hewy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and Eometimea three crops of corn aver- aging from fifty to seventy bushes per asre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow nil the year and stock find pnstur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But tho soil and climate of the Lower Eio Grande Valley are by nature best adapted for the production of vegetables and fruits Vegetables of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 January 1894

vol n = 5s Joan A Michel A luornhaut A A Browne claK t A Beldon MEXICAN CONSULATE- S T Aailetet VVl Consul AUmgoria Aettag BtJRECTORlT SOCIETIES STATE OFFICERS JSH ogg Governor MMCrne jaeut Go > emor j p McCa1 Comptroller xr il McGaugliey tandCominiBaoncr w B Wortham Treasurer a A Culberson Attorney BnptTlc General Instruction J M Carlisle UISTBICr AOT COUNTY OFHCERS sssfiUor 0th 27tu district district vjE R r IlcpresentatlvcB 85tli district T v Kennedy Thomas Carson T tountyJuagc AngttsUn Celaya County Attorney Joseph Webb County Clerk ncForto Micriff c Garza XrcuKurer aeo Chanjr n Assessor J A Browne Collector jlartln nanson hurvcyor CTamajo llidc Inspector COUXTT COSU11SSIOKEKS rrcdnctSo1 JuS lTccinctNo2 r Garcxa Precinct No 3 PPerez PrecinctNo 1 bepteinber and December crnr officers Thomas Carson Mayor j ji inhan Chief of PoUce cAForsjthc Treasurer jj B Kingsbury fcecrctar Frank IeuiUS Attorney s WBrooks s AsstssorandColloctor U DIS1RICTCOUBT sasssssistsrssi U S District Judg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 January 1894

f4 K THEBMLYHSBALD faaeaaeafc i a mB efca fijssq SSlufttyt TJiliMS OF SUIUiGItlPTION Mexican Coin by mail or cauier to any point in the city One copy one year S1Q00 six montli3 550 three 300 one 100 SAEURDAY JANUARY 20 The city council of Emporia Kansas has placed so high alicense on the eale of cigarettes as lo pro- hibit the aale of them in that city Granny IIoau still continues to keep that Hoary Hawaiian chest- nut before the senate It will soon die of old nge and inanition wo imagine The patriot whose political prin- ciples are embodied in the word boodle is not a > vhit better than the ignorant man who sells his vote for a drink of whiskev Sam Jokes saya that in the race between man and money the latter seems to be in the lead To tell the truth it is no race but a chase in which the two figure and man is ever the pnrsner An extra session of the legis- lature would at least relieve the Anstfa press correspondents of the necessity of manufacturing guber- natorial booms and po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 January 1894

fSSgfi jggyP V THEDAILY HERALD J I33UED EVJZBT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO CORRESPONDENTS AH commnnicatibns for this paper should be ac companied by the name of the author not nccessa hly for publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one Bide of the paper In a plain hand AnonymouB communica- tions will not be noticed The Hkkald will not be ritponsible for the statements of its correspondents Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter BROWJSSVILLE TE AS ft Tt7jti > f Jtfjr 20 All local notices for puliation in The tlEfcALD Will bo charged at the rate of ten cents per line lirst insertion and five cents eacli subsequent insertion No deviation from these pricoe Springfield muskets at Jagous Fresh Limbnrger cheeEe jlist re cti ved at jagous Fine pocket revolvers to be found at 0 Jagous Sold cheap Tomorrow will be Sunday Go to church and pray for thrj success qf the railroad enterprise We are picMsed to see Gapt iiobert Dalzell on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 January 1894

IW r Wmn si m i mmmmmmimBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Valuable InUk JBrownsvillc Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAilEBOS ODSTV Cameron County ia tbo extreme southern county of Texas It is separated from Mexico by the Eio Grands on the south and has ubont 100 miles of qnlf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 square miles Farming and stock raising are the principal industries of the people the location ciimato and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater portion of the soil is a rich aoro and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and eometime3 three crops of corn aver- aging from fify to seventy busbes per asre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales p6r acre Grasses grow all tho year and stock find pastur- age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Bio Grande Valley are by natare best adapted for tho produc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 January 1894

J vtam J S Hogg > it Goicrnor M II Crne VOL IT DIRECTORY ptrollcr JI yor Chief of 1olice Treasurer Secretory Attorney buncyor ttraiwuidT uarie ina v Pott burgeon V Davis f s custoji ibusn Jian V M chcl CoCecUr AThoni im Special Deputy A A Browit Chief Clerk tA Btldou Entry Clerk U XICAN CONSULATE aF faDefrt Consnl ALonjoria Acting Consul OCIETEES American Consul Vice Consul Clerk STATE OFTICEKS J D McCall CommiBBioner W L McGaugliey 1 rcr W B Wortnam Att y General C A Culbirson BupC uMlc Instruction 3 31 Carlisle > ISTBICr AND COUNTY OFFICEItS Congressman Dth district W II Crain State Senator 2 < th district k E A Atlee Iteprcscn itives85thdistnit T y Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney AURUStin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb HicrUT EClorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Cliampion Collcctdr J A Browne bunoyor Martin Hanson Uido Inspector C lamayo COUHTY COMMISSIONERS rrecicctKo 1 AVasquez ITcdoriNo 2 EKIeiber Precinct No 3 Garcia ITeanct J04 PPerez County co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 January 1894

V THEBAILYHEBAL8 J ss < B tHRu i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or cairier to my point in the city One copy ono year S1000 six montbs550 three 300 one LOO MONDAY JANUARY 22 I A BRILLIANT SPEECH Mr Crain Acquits Himself With Credit on the Free Wool Ques- tion Special to Galveston News Washington Jan 17 Con- gressman Burrows who ia leading the debate on the tariff question created a great deal of interest among the Tcxana today In inak ing a few remarks on the proposi- tion of Mr Wilson to pnv off the operation of the tariff bill as far as free wool was concerned till the first of August he descanted on tbe opposition to freo wool tbroughont the conntry and offered many protests and letters against a change of the tarifi on that ar- ticle He kept back for tho last a protest sent him by citizens of west Texas against a reduction of the present tariff on wool The correspondent of tho News ex- amined this protest which brufly related how wool had fallen in price within tho...

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