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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 January 1894

J THEDAILY HERALD make Brownsville a CITY OF PALMS Issued evkiiy day except sunday TO COKKESrONDEJvTS All communications for this paper ehould be ac jcompanied by the name of the author not necessa rily tor publication but aa evidence of good faith on tthc part of flie writer Write on one side of the jPapor in a plain hand Anonymous communica tninli will not be iotlced The Heiuld will not bo rwnonaiblefor the statements of tU correspondents Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as second class matter BIIOWNSYILLE T2YAS ABOUT TOWJT Celebrated Juno parlor lamps at Cclcstinc JagouV The dance at Santa Cruz last iiijjt was a brilliant affair The steamship Morgan sails Trom Morgan City for Brazjs to morrow The 6tcaruhoat BeJfiie left Fort Eiuggold today at noon foi Browntville Thcro will be an impromptu hop nt tho residence of Mrs ll 33 Terry this evening Tho yoting people are arranging to llavo a dancing party at the opera house ifriday evening County Clerk Wcbb today licens ed th...

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. — 22 January 1894

PG SSAM Valuable Information Brownsville Cameron Count mid the Lower Rio Grande Yallcy cajiehon otjxty Cameron Connfy is tbo extreme southern county of Ttxis It ja Beparated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south nud has ubout 100 milea of golf coast asits eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 nnd contains 3308 squaro milee Farming and Btock raising ore the principal indn3tries of tho people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater vorlion of the Boil is a rich laoro and produces an exceedingly heivy yiold of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and Bometimoa three crops of corn aver aging from fif y to seventy buBh6s per aare are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered daring the winter Bat tho soil and climate of tho Lower Rio Grande Valley aro by natire best adapted for the production of vegetables and frails ...

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. — 23 January 1894

L H lll 1 VOL 1L 1 u V > a Vondays af er the Bnt AAon I 11 ui < t fc111 continues in r i l i Vitu onday after the Brut ion l ii i j aud Aeiteiaber continues hi < ji U TAitV PqSf Fort Umwltt i aas Msjar Henry Wagucr ITLieut H J ioiuinju w Silvia T s < V T 3lLOUfcH 1 fioUsttrtr i vl hpoiaal Deputy JTt tnief Cicrk t Kulrfr Clerk I Xlt N fOSiLATIi r t r r TVTI OFFI0a4 Governor J S Hogg Lwnt Ooiirnor SI2ICr ne Comptroller < J D McCaU land C < inimmonerii vY WX JloOaughpy Trcihurer W 13 Worlhain Attornev aereoli C A Culberson gnpt PubboIustra tion 7 J 31 Carlisle DISTRICT AXD COTSXY OrTTCEBS CnnRrrwraaa tr < listric W IL Crain Stat biiator 57th district S P AAUe Itciri80Jfalivesfeth rict T tyKennedy County Judge fThoirtw Carson Coautj Utiruey Augnstin COaya bounty CkrL s Joseph Webb Trej uwr i f C Garza Jj OlOlVUte Asscsor AGeo Champion Ik U n vJv rowne burr wr Martin Hanson Hide IUbpLct r J C Tuinayo COUNTYCbjlMKSIONERS rrrc mctTJo 1 AVasnnez I > r < i mi r J 2...

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. — 23 January 1894

f f r HBB S f v 5ra8Mf THEBAILYHEBALB J4SS SEhtylqr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or cairier to any point in the city Onecopyrne year S1000 six months 550 three 3 ° ° one 100 TUESDAY JANUARY 23 A BOLD PROPOSITION A writer in the Irregation Market propoEes that the money spent for Illinois Mississippi Arkansas and Louisiana in pro tecting thrra against floods be used to construct a canal along the eastern foot of the Kooky mountains and turn the Mis eourri river down into Colorado Wyoming Dakota Texas and other states In Eupport of the proposition is mentioned the fact that there is no navigation as formerly on the Mississippi while an enormous amount of water goes to waste and does groat dam age clear to New Orleans The idea iB a bod one but not eo impracticable after all when it is couBidercd that the millions spent along the banks of the Mississippi would easily pay for the construc tion of such a canal system And the amount of arid lands which might thus be reclaimed...

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. — 23 January 1894

SS5 the Daily herald rURELY pjsrsd C t Orain returned to Point Isabel this morning Frank Kabb and family expect to leave for Santa Maria tomorrow where they will in future reside JHi Harrison of Dallas lelt thie morning for Alice on the Btsge Captain Hamj of the ecliooner Willie Ann is in tho city Fred Starck was in the city to day from San TomaE He tella u that he will put in 150 or 200 acres in cotton this year Judge Lightboutn ia in the city from Point Isabel A H Newton of Austin state public weigher ot sugar who has been at the Bruley sugar plantation for the past month or two leaves tomorrow morning on the Alice stage for his home Maj W H Haraner we are glad to statej is rapidly regaining his good health and strength after an attack of la grippe Notwith standing tho majors illness ever since hie arrival here he thinke Brownsville the best climate to be found anywhere ISSUED fcvfeH DAS EXCEPT BtTNDAT TO COKItESPOJJDEXTS All commnnicaUonii for this paper should be ac companied by...

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. — 23 January 1894

Valuable in Woo Brownsville Cameron Uoitntynnd the Lower HioGrande Valley caMekon gusty Cameron Counly ia the extreme southern county of Ttxis It U separated from Mexico by the Itio GrftBde on Iho south aud has about 100 niilt3 of gull coast as its easlem boundary It was organized in 184S and contiiitiB 330S square miles Farming oud otcck raising nro the principal industries of the people the location ciimate aud soil being admirably adapted Tor both The greater i ortiou of the eoil is n rich laom and produces an exceedingly hewy yield of both cotton and corn tho chief farm products Two and Bometimo3 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 ac c Grassos grow all the year and stock fiud poster age without being fed or sheltered doriug the winter But the soil aud climate < jf tho Lower Rio Grande Valley are by natiro beat adapted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetab...

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. — 24 January 1894

S A i > Ms H r t w i S u I in if r1 VOL II gilliECTOIll I W + HKeidn BKOWXSYIIXE TEX AHD STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Xlout Gmenior M M Cr no Comptroller J D McCall IaiiiI Commissioner WX JfcGaughey Treasurer W 15 Wortliam Attorney General C A Culberson Supt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTRICr AXD COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman 9th district W II Cram State Senator 27tb dUtrict 1 A Atlee Representatives 85th district 4 Kenedy County Judge Thomas Carton County Attorney Auguetin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Mierift E CTorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Ilanson Hide Inspector C Tainayo COUNTY COJ13USSIONERS rrecTnctNo 1 A Yasipiez Precinct No 2 E Kleiber TrccinctNo 3 r Garcia Precinct So 4 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro hate hubinets on the first Mondays in Much June September and Deccro > cr CITY OFFICERS jlayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretary ilH Kingsbury Attor...

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. — 24 January 1894

l IS n < V 9 5 g l THEBAILYHSRALBx TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION T Mexican Coin by mail or cairier to any point in the city One copy one year S1000 six months 550 three 300 one 100 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 THE FIRST FRENCH NEWS PAPER Founded bj Dr Kenaudot on No ticing Ilia Patients Appetite lor Gossip Tho nineteenth Century sayt After twoj centuries of neglect Tiieopraate Kenaudot founder of tho French press has now the hon or of a etatuc in the capital of France The great achievement ot JRenaudota life was the foundation of a weekly newspaper It ha been said that he owed the idea to tho eagerness ot hie patieute for he was a doctor lo hear the gossip he retailed to them during consulta tions the latest story from the court and tho last dispatch from tho battle field Against this fanciful theory must be placed the indisputable evidence that during hiB editorship his Journal could not by the wildest flight of imagination be regarded as either a light or an entertaining production It was the ...

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. — 24 January 1894

Us k W r i < > fc i X TS Entered at the Pcctoffice lirowns vllle Texas as secondclass lnatter BltOWASVILLE TSVAS irEDJTESD jr J + 1JT 24 All local notices for publication in The IIeraLd will be charged at the rate of ten cents per line Hrst insertion and five cents chcIi Bubsiquent insertion No deviation Iroin these pricps jibovt Toirjr Springfield mnskctE at Jagous Tue IIekalds subscription list continues to grow Oh account of the cold vreathcr and rain there waB no Echool today at Sr Joseph1 college A lino ruin accompanied the norther laBting several hours A few more such rains will insure immeiife spring crop If there were any local happen ings today which The Herald could not learn it 1b owing to the illness of the reporter Grand preparations are being hinde fbr a maBk ball to be given by our Mexican society oil Feb ruary 3rd at the opera house Little icicles were seen adorning the eaves of lutlseB iu Browneville this morning a VfoVelty for which He me indebted to tho nort...

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. — 24 January 1894

y F m mmi nniL > i p Ek a r < S m uabiG 1 Brownsville Cameron Connty and I be Lower Rio Grande Yalley CUIEKON OUSTY 1 Cameron County is tho extreme Boulhorn county of Texas It it separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south nud has about 100 milea of gulf coast as Us eastern boundary It was organized in 3848 and contain 3308 squaro miles Farming and stock raising ore the principal industries of tbo people the location ciiinato and soil bein > admirably adapted for both The greater ortion of the soil is a rich ljoro and produces un exceedinglj heavy yield of both cotton and com tho chief farm products Two and eometimoa threo crops of com aver aging from fify to seventy busbGs per acre aro raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find pastur age without being ftd or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley aro by natiro best adapted for tho production of v...

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. — 25 January 1894

r f I r fcA m H 1 VOLH J U R fe EiSltEVTORlT STATE OFFICEBS Governor JS Hon Llcnt Governor 5L M Cr ire Comptroller J D MiCall land Commissioner W L McGaughcy Treasurer VT B Wortaarn Attorney General C A Culberson gnpt Public Instruction J M Carlisle DISTRICr AXD COUNTY OlTICnKS CongTCKStaan Cth district W H Cram StaUi buiator 27th district B AAtlte BeprescntaUvee 85th district tV Kennedy County Judge Thomsa Carson County Attorney Augiwtm Celaja County Clerk Jo eph WeV Sheriff Ec Forto Trcasarsr C Garza sc or Geo Champion CcUutor J A hrovmc Sui oyjr llartiu Hanson llid inspector CTnnaju COCXTT COMMISSIONERS PrecincfNo 1 AVasquez lTtuiiitNo 2 EKleiber Irei nrt I o 3 1 Garcia rtciutt JiO 4 P 1ercz Jy Connty court meete for civil criminal and pro on the fit t ilomlaye in March June Utt bubinebS Stuteijuer and December CITY OITICEKS Mayor Thomas Carson Klhan C hitf of 1oUoe J U Treasurer ft A Foreythe fcecretiry Kniertrary Attorney Fraul 1 euffla Survt5or SWnrooks AtMSborandCollaetor G A...

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. — 25 January 1894

pr k h TH BAILYHSSilLB J lait t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail Or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year 51000 six months 550 three l300 one 100 THURSDAY JANUARY 25 Kah for Corbett Exrr Mitchell Ths English mans glory is departi d and Cor bett is left to hold tho champion Ehip of the world The Hawaiian matter is 6till in statu quo and ib growing some what weariBomc since the sensa tional stage has passed TnE president has given hie jtfew York enemies another pin to alick into hie epidermis by vetoing the New York aud New Jersey bridge bill The United States senate is composed largely of millionairis Conpled with this the fact that tho senate is opposed to an income tax is not surprising Lillian Russell the actreES has embarked for the third time on the matrimonial sea Another season will probably see the fair Lillian in the divorce courts again preparing for a fourth matrimonial venture In England when a man gets full ho is eaid to bo as drunk as a duchess A ...

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. — 25 January 1894

m + A + t w I s C > y V k Tnustsodw jrjr us BOUT TOffjr The steamship Morgan Bailed from Galveston this morning at 730 The steamboat Bessie passed Santa Maria nt io oclock this morning She should arrive here Sometime this evening There waB plenty of ice this ijorning The cold has modera ted very little if any and there will probably be another freeze to night Why buPd wooden fences when iron 18 cheaper Y ood needs con stant repairs add to this extra paintingjfand the balance is in tu tor of iron fences Call on Mr S W Brooks for bedrock pricas Tlie funeral of Mrs Natividad Serna do Corttz wife of Mr Fa cundo Cortez who passed from this life yesterday took place from the Catholic church this morning at about half past ten Despite the unusually cold weather a lar e number of Eonowing friends fol lowed the remains to the cemetrey A large party of young people < gaUierod at the homo of Mr and Mrs M Leah last evening to en joy a dancing party Like all ai fairs of the kind given at t...

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. — 25 January 1894

K t V Mil i Ml IWPWW > Tj T rtp Valuable Information > J V i CAM EBON OUST V UBOWNSVILLE Sw Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron Connly is tbo extreme Eouthem county of Texas It is separated from Mexico by the Rio Granda oa the south nud has about 100 milea of gulf const as its eastern boundary It was organized iu 1S4S and contains SSOS square miles Farming and Btook raisiug aw the principal industries of the people the location climate and soil bfinjs admirably adapted for both The greater portion of the soil is a neb laom and produces an exceedingly hebvy yield of both cotton and cojn the chief farm products Two aud sometimes three crops of com aver aging from fifty to seventy busu6ta per acre nre raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from oue to two bales per acre Grusses grow all tho year and stock Cud pnstur age without being fed or sheltered duriog tho winter But tho soil and climate of tho Lower Rio Grande Valley nre by natire best 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. — 26 January 1894

i f J 1 j V x lk > VOL II hirectgrv STATE OITICEKS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor JL 3L Crno Comptroller J D JlcCalt Land Commissioner W L McGangliey Treasurer W 15 Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTHICr AND COTJXTV OJPTICERS Congressman 9tU district W II Crsin State bunator ajth district E AJltleo Ecprcflcntatlres 85th district t Kenedy County Jndgc a Thomas Carson CountyAttorney Angnstin Celaya CountyClcrk rJoinmTVebb Hicntf ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion ColUctor J ABrowne Suneyor Martin Hinson Ilido Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COM3IISSIOXEKS rrecuctXo 1 A Vanities PreonctNo 2 E Kleluer rrccinctNo 3 Garcia Precinct No 4 I lerez County court jue ts for civil criminal and pro bate bucinebs on the flrbt ilondays in alarcli June September and December CITY 0FTICEI1S Mayor Thomas Carson ChM of Po ccA J H Jff11 Treasurer CAJorsyUie Secretary Jf B Hins burj Attorney IJaP Surveyor Hr AsJbot and Collector or A SlicSicl V S...

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. — 26 January 1894

f 3i tSSfttiftr TO CGHBESPOOTEKT3 ill 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 the writer Write on one Ride of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed Tire BwiTTi trill not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION TBSBAILYHEKALB Mexican Com by mall or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year 1000 r u six months 550 three 300 one 100 FRIDAYiJANUARY 26 John Democrat McCali iBgood enough far us as a candidate for governor That mill yesterday was a regu laf fizzle Tho spectators didnt get their moneys worth It seeins written in the stars that America snonld conquer Eng land That tiffair at Jacksonville was Yorktown oTer again T ite house has determined fo abolish the sugar bounty This will make a great difference to su gar growers if the senate concurs making it a law The special to the San Anto...

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. — 26 January 1894

k r HSP s = W iHP > HW fcP wp w i tor 4 te ll E > ik If i rbdkAf t < THE DAILY HERALD ISSUED EVERY I VT EXCEPT SUNDAV J1 Eatered at the Poctoffice Isrowns rille Texas as secondclass niatter BROWNSVILLE TEVAS fcniDJiir jijt b ISBOUT TOtfJT Springfield muskets at Jagoue At Culcstin Jagoup noV Mex ican beans sold cheap Baled hay to be found at Celes tin Jagousj at 50 cents a bale We regret to learn of the illness of one of Mr Frank Feuillet children The steamboat Bessie reached f hero this morning from Fori Ring gold The train for Point Isabel did not leave until 1 oclock this after noon WAITED To purchase a second hand copy of De Tornos Spanish method Apply at thib office Great preparations are being made fb r the llOp todigbt at tlic ar mory to be given by the juvenile society There whb one passe uger on the Bessie this morning a b < iker for Fort Brown who catne frbfn Jcffer ion barra61t Mike Leahy is in fechip t of a pair of deer horns sent him by his friend Charles Sch...

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. — 26 January 1894

0J BUOWXSVILLE i hi i ifai J ii iwi VirnfiTiinB iiii iwi fj m aluafale liiafe BrinvnsriNc Cameron Count and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CiJl2U0H ohstY Cameron County is the extreme southern county of Tixas It U neparated from llexico by the Rio Grande on tho south aud has ubont 100 miles of jjuf coast as its enstein bonndary It whs organized in 848 nud coutaiDS 3308 square miles Farming and ptcck raising are tSe principal industries of the people the location ciiinate and soil being admirably adapted for butb The greater j ortijn of the soil is a rich laoro and produces an esceedingh he vy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and Bomttiinea throe crops of corn avei aging from fify to seventy bushes per aero are rai3ed yearly while cotton will eaEily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the yearfand stock find posiur ago without being ful or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of tho Lower Rio Grande Valley are by natuo best adap...

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. — 27 January 1894

K 5 XT F T + 5 if vol n r > ss rvi directory STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor St 31 Cr lie Comptroller 1 D McCaU Xand CominisEloncr W L HcUanghey Treasurer W B AYortham Attorney General C A Culberson Bupt Public Instruction J M Carlisle DISTRICT AND CCXEST7 OFTICEES fcongrsEian 9tli district W II Craln State Senator 27th district B AAtlce I WJ llusbell i oi ji j Eeprc8 ntativee8otti district i W Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Auustin Cdaya County Clerk Joseph Webb HienlT iECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Coliftor J A Browne fc > uroor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tjna > o COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rroctactXo 1 A Vasquez w ITctinctNo 2 K Ivleiber l > rccmctNo 3 F Garcia JTecinct No 4 r Perez Countv court meets for civil criminal and pro late buHiness on the first Mondays In March June September and December CITY OFHCERS Thomas Girson Mayor Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer Aiorsythe feecrcUry X B Kingsbury Attorney SV ° k S...

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. — 27 January 1894

if 4 w n wn pp TH BAILYH RALB TO CbKRESPOIO > ENT3 All communications for this paper should be ac tompinicd by the name of tho author not necessa rily for publication but as eTjilencCbf good faith on the part of the wiiter Vrlte on one side of the paper in ajjlain hand Auonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Ueiiald tnll not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents TiflMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1itxican Coin by mail or carrier to sny point in the city OnocopyTbne year S1000 8ix months 550 tt tnree 300 one 100 SATURDAY JANUARY 27 SIGN THOSE NOTES TheHsbald is reliably intonned that many of the bonus notes 6till remain unsigned Why the Enb ECribers should longer delay put ting their signature to a note for the amonnt9 they have promised to give to secure the railroad ia to us a mystery It can only delay the consummation of the purpose foi which the money or lands were promised and m y even endanger too eccess of the enterprise Mr Miller has been written that every...

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