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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 January 1894

i I f r < xi 3 t SP a > THE DAILY HERALD ISSUED EVEIIY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter BROWNSVILLE TS Al sjiturdjHt j tji 27 jinouT ToirJr Springfield muskets at Jagoue There will bo a meeting at the Benito Juarez society tonight Baled ha to be fonnd at CelcE tin Jjigoue at 50 cents a bale At Celcstin Jagonp new Mex- ican beans sold cheap A marriage licpneo was issue to dy to Even Cobb Bnd Rafaela Villareal WANTED To purchase a second hand copy of Ie Torn b Spanish method Apply at thi office Three wagon loads of dry hides were brought in l st night from Frank Rabba Santa Maria planta- tion Why buPd wooden fences Tvheri iron is cheaper Wood heeds con- stant repairs add to this extra painting and the balance iB in fa v < r of iron fences Call on Mr S W Brooks for bedrock pricas The weather lias been moderat- ing since this morning thoughoc casional showers of rain continue to fall There is every prospect nbi7 of an abundant...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 January 1894

Brownsville Cameron Count and the Lower Uio Grande Valley CAMERON ODM Cameron Connly is tbe extreme southern county of TtXis It it separated from Mfcsico by the Rio Grande on the south arid has about 100 miles of gulf coast as its eaBtein boundary It was organized in 3848 and contains 3308 square miles Farming and Btock raising are the principal industries of the people iho location climate and soil being admirably adapted Tor both The greater i ortion of the Boil is a rich liom and produces an exceedingly hefcvy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and sometimes three cropB of corn aver- aging from fifty to seventy bnsh6s 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 peslur sge without beiDg fed or sheltered during tho winter But the soi and climate of the Lower Eio Grande Valley are by natire beat adapted for tho production of vegetables anH fruits Vegetables of al kinds grow a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 January 1894

W K m to I jf w rf > VOL II DIRECTORY DKrAJlTLIiK For Alice Texas jlaiiy at ltio Grande City Mon- day Wed and Friday a G a in for Point Isabel da ily at 0 a m Matamoros Mexico Ecpept San day aVJ30ain akiiivals from Alice Texas daily at 10 p m Hio Grande TrMVeeHy at 7 pm Point Isabel daily at G p m Mat nuoroi ilexico 30 p m tf JUetfl III lllll I Ml I H m TlJlOllrfs S > IItECTOIli STATE OFFICEKS Governor J 8 Hogg t Jient GoTirnor JL M Cr ne Comptroller D McCall Xand Commissioner WL Jlcflanehey Treasurer W B Wortliam Attorney General C A Culberson Bunt Public Instruction J 51 Carlisle Dismicr ai > county officers ConsrraEinan Oth ilietnctj V > H Craln State Senator 27th district F AAtlce Representative 63U district Ecdy County JiuIrc Tliomas Carson ConntyAttorncy Aujnistin Olaya OonntjrClcrk Joseph Webb Minnn EC Torto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Burvmor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rrecinct Nojl A Vnnqnez Prednc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 January 1894

y iinWiTOV r TKSBAHYH3SRMB J44 mit r BROWNSVILLE TE AS irONDAY JANUARY 29 The Italy Herald continues to keep up to the standard of its first number It is an excellent week I Tiie giraffe h e a tongue a foot and a halt long but it isnt a cir- cumstance compared to the tongue of the 6landerer When an officerseeker suddenly disappears from hiB native haunts he is certain to hob up at Wash- ington D O Koekport New Era Gone fo haunt congressmen ebi TnE Hurykain is a Knnsas popu- list paper It is appropriately named for the populists have cer- tainly been as destructive as a hur rlcano in poor old Kansas and they are still raising Cain there too Now just watch San tones nu- merous railroad schemes fizzle out As Tine HeeA d has before re- marked Santone is not in the rail- road business at present It is gonerally mafiana with poor old Bexar Reports from various parts of the country show that the recent blizznrdwae the coldest known1 lor years In some of the northern atateffthe temperature ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 January 1894

pi K i r ir T 1 ft i > H THE DAILY HERALD Issued kyeut day except sunday Entered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO COIUtESPONDENTS All communications for this paper should be ac- companied by the name of the author not necessa- rily lor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Vnteon one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not l > e noticed The Herald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents T or i j + ijt SD ieiout Tonr Springfield mtiskcte at JagoiiV Sec cluuige in Ivinms < 3 to d y Train for Point Isabel did not leave iitil noon today At Celestin Jagonf new htcx icin hems sold cheap Baled hay to be found nt CelcE tin Jugons at 59 cents a bale Fine pocket revolvers to be found at C Jnguuf Sold cheap The stoainboit Bessie wilr leave lor np river toinorrow morning We are pleased to see Arthur Woodhonse out agiin after his long illnus The steamship Morgan will sail fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 January 1894

m Brownsville Cameron County mid the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAMERON OUST Cameron County is tho extreme Southern coiiuty of Ttfiis It U separated from Mexico by the ltio Grande ou tho south aud has ubont 100 milea of ulf const as its eastern boundary It wus organized in 18lS and contaiua 330S square miles Farming aud etock raising are the principal industries of the people 1I1D location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater j orliou of the soil is n rich horn and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and Eotnttimes three crops of corn aver- aging from fif y to seventy busbes per asre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all th year and stock find pastur- age without being fed or sheltered during the wintor But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by natare beat adapted for the production of vegetables and fruits Vegetable a of all kinds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 January 1894

h > Am WJt iU > Tf iffI I 1 S f k f Jr < > 1 1 < I r < > Vol n DIRECTORY STATE OITICERS Governor J Snopg Wilt Gocnior M 3L Cr ne Comptroller 3 D McCall Land Commissioner W L MeOauchey Treasurer W B Wortham AtlornT OcneraU C A Culberson gupt Pnlilic Instruction 33T Carlisle DISTKICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS Congrp sm < in Oth district TV n Crain State Senator 27th district B AAtlec fW J tu scll v u j Representatives both district T Kennedy County JndKe Thomas Carson County Attorney Augusta Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb fhcriff ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Gc ° Champion Collector 3 A BroftW Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Precinct No 1 AVjisoucz Preciiict No 2 E Kleiber Precinct No 3 F Garcia Precinct No P Perez County court raeets for civil criminal and pro late businesson the first Mondays in March June September and December CITY OFTICERS Mayor Chief of Police Treasurer r Secretary Attorney Hurejor Assessor and Collecto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 January 1894

Jtljii > iTTMnignr ifntmi > TrBiiriiTriff nTifcrMVi i THSSAILTHSHALB < 44 iKl r BROWNSVILLE TS AS TUESDAY JANUARY 30 Tire Sunny South 1 6 again doing Business Ht tins nM efcau1 dvwn on Ihc lower Rio Grande The Associate Press has a Special detail to report such impor- tant item as John L Sullivans gprees Galveston NEWt Governor Mitchell of Florida with several hundred mere inarched np the hill and then inarched down again People who never acknowledge even to themselves that they may- Be in error are those who earry their own comfort with them A fixe hotel will be a necessity in Brownsville aff soon as Work on this railroad gets under way Ne cepsity is the mother of hotels etc Kaiser Wilhelm and Prince llSistnarck have made friehde and al past differences between the two 810 supposed to bo forgiven and forgotten A federal uuion ot the Central American republics is occasionally Broached and will doubtless ulf mistely be consummated It would dot be a bad move The El Paso Heral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 January 1894

1 1I I I f Kx THE DAILY HERALD ISSDliDEVEllY T > XX E ± t3KPl SllSijAY Entered at the Poctdflice Browas vilie Texas as secondclass matter TO COBtttSPONDENTS All communications for this paper should bo ac- companied by the name of the author not necessa- rily Jor publication but as evidence of good faith on he part of the writers Write on one fide of the a paper in a plain hand Anonymous cornmunlca iiona will not be noticed The Ueilild vnll not be I responeible for the statements of its correspondents TUESDAY JrfJT 30 J1BOVT TOHJT Springfidd muskets at Jagoue y There be a hop this evening at residence A Boll > ek The Bteamboat Bessie left thif aftcmoou fo r up river points The sshooner Willie Ann sailed t 1 from Point iabel fhia morning in i hallaEt for Lke Charles ij Invitations have been issued by r Captain Wheeler Lieutenant and ti Mrs Jones ior a dancidg party at the Adumfistnition building next Friday evening CclcEtin J agon has just refill tied from ii weeks stay at his f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 January 1894

Eyss Kaluai Information theLower Rio Gnrndo Valley CAMERON OUKTY Cameron County is the extreme southern county of Tfsaa It is Reparoled from Mexico by the Rio Grandn on tile south aud has ubont 100 miles of gn f const ns its enetcrn boundary It was organised in 184S and contains 330S square miles iTerming and stock raising are the principal industries of the people the location climate and soil b ins admirably adapted for both The greater i ortion of the soil is a rich laom and produces an exceedingly hevy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and Eomttimei three crops of corn aver- aging from fify to seventy bush6s per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tbo year and stock find pnstur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Galley are by natare beat ndupted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetables of all kinds grow all the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 January 1894

i t t > I A H I J VoLn MRECTORIT tT a Pfhrict Judge AttcrLcy Clerk Jarthal Deputy Marsbal Chief the first Jlou Court com ones in San Antonio on Jtfay and Novemlwr daTB in Jn Austin i the fist Jocdaya in rebrnarvaiMT 3Brownsville on thefir t Jonday In January and second fl ondiy in June In El o on the firet Mondays m April and Oc tob r TWENTYEIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CL Russell District Judge 28thJudicial districtJ I hUict Attorney iASSS Dutrct court meet as follows v K CaiiKron County Fut Koudays in February and two weels Soptcuibtr continues in Bcsmim v Mondays niter the first Hidalgo ConntyFourtli Jondajs and September continues In February inbissi > ntY weeVs fitarr CcunUSiith Jrfoaday1 af e > the firstVon d7yTin lYbruajy and September cmitames in mm > iou tlireo weeki1 Jfondaj s after the first Jftn Su i cotntyNinth kj m February and Bepl nber continues in > j sis weeks r P KILITAlit OSTFort Rro wn AajorHenry Waftnar inn ndir t Udit II < WJVM iW Surgeon r scusTo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 January 1894

H BAXLYHEBAL9 < 3 w BROWASTILLU TE AS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 A CURTAIN LECTURE TO 0 UR AD YERTISERS We are aware that people some- times grow tired of newspapers prating about themselves but wc cannot refrain from reminding the bnsiness portion cf onr community thaE they do not aecord The Hee altt as generous a support as they should Many of our advertisers although they represent the Wealth iest firms in this section do not pay ts half as much aB a respect- able weekly would receive for the 8airre amount of advertising space in any other town Now while we regret to do so yet we have fully determined that in justice to ourselves tra well as to our profes sion we should not give anyone anymore space in the paper than lie actually paya for Should we go to any cf the Brownsville mer chant6 and ask them to sell ua tea or coffee or Blioes or hats or any of their goods at half pricethe would probably order us out of their establishment and think us either cr zy or exceedingly cheeky Well...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 January 1894

h 1 5 < 5 fif 1 SI 5 A 11 3 > ff Y THE DAILY HERALD > isSUED EVEl Y DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the JPoctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO COElttSPOXDENTSl AH communicalions lor this paper should be ac- companied by the uame of the aiutbor not ncceKsa nlj lor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Vnteo one title of the paper in a plain band Anonymous communica- tions wnl not be iioticed The Herald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents irEDJtEsnAi j + ijr 31 = n ABOUT TO If VT Double iimil tonight Make hagte and Bign those rtdte The local political pot keeps pace with tHe etnto pot Both are bubbling merrily t Judgo J L Uyncs entertainod a number of his friends at Bachel- ors Qiiarters last highr The Schooner Marie Isabel arriv ed at Point Isabel this morning loaded with lumber for M Schodiz A rcquium timet will be held at the Catholic church tomorrow fnorning at G30 for the repose of the soul of the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 31 January 1894

f W Miadlt liialfoifi Ufofciisvilltr Cameron Comity niuU the tower Rio Graude Valley oimchon > oumy Cameron County Southern countyof Texas It h fieperated from Ioico by the Rio Grande on tho eontb and has ubont 200 initea of ulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 3 84S > and coulaioB 330S squaro miles Farming and Btcek raising are tbe principal industries of the people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both Tho greater ortion of the soil is a rich liiom aud produces an exceedingly hesvy yield of both cotton and com he chief form products Two and Bometime3 three crops of corn aver- aging from fify to seventy bushes per asre are raised yeaily while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the yoar and stock find pastur- age without being fed or sheltered duriDg the winter But the Boil and climate of tho Lower Rio Grande Galley are by uaUro best adapted for the production of vegetables and fruits Vegetables of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 February 1894

X A lit HU I K > K te Hi V r IV > tt vol n directory STATE OITICEKS Governor J S Hogg LientGmernor M 31 Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall Xjnd Commissioner ft 1 McOanqlicy Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson Snpt Pnbhc Instruction J JI Carlisle DlSTKICr AND COUNTY OITICnRS Congressman fltb district W H Crain State Senator 27th district EAAtlce W J llURSCll ncprcscctaUTC 83th district w jjenlle T > < iy County JndfiO Thomas Carson County Attorney n AURUSlui Celava County ClerS i Joseph AVebb thenff ECForto Treasurer t C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TrccinrtKo 1 AVasqncz l > recinct No 2 E Kleibcr Precinct No 3 V Garcia ITeclnct Xo I Pertz County court meets for civil criminal and pro late business on the first Mondays in March June September and December city orncEits Mayor Chief of Police Treasurer Stcretary i Attorney Surveyor Thomas Carson J II Klhan CA Forsythe i JB ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 February 1894

THEBAILYHERALB hjSHlj h liit 15SOCD KVEltr DAY KXCKIT SUXDAY BROWNSVILLE TS AS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 THAT HARMONY SPEECH Tho governors harmony pres- cription wo iimighie will be about aB effective as putting a mustard plH6ter on a mans eye when he is suffering with the gout Ilis speech proves that he believes it important that peace should pre- vail in the democratic ranks But ho does not mention the national platform J he wants a new plafoim manufactured for the party hut virtully 6aya that tho Hogg wing has tho light to dictate terms Perhaps his greatest blnnder is the recommendation that the vote for governor in 1S90 which was large Jy populist be taken as tho basis of representation Why he did not recommend the vote for Cleve- land as the basis does not appear That vote is bound to bo purely democratic ard to u it seems the only true and just basis He is correct however in saying that tho state issues which divided the pirty aro Bottled The principal thing to be done now isto devi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 February 1894

IV W n TBSDAILY HERALD Entered at the Poctoffice Lrowns 2 ville Teias as sfecondciass matter TO COEHESFOXDEXTS AH communications for this paper should bo ac fompamed by the name of the author not uccasa Kly lor publication but as c 1 dence of good faith on She part of the writer V rjte on one side of the > apera in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions wiI not be noticed The Hekald will not be responsible for the statements of Its correspondent TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city r OnecopyTonc year S1000 six months 550 three 300 Tnuitsnir febi Go to Dennetts for cranberries Sjf citrons and currents Xa grPPe R nd form seems to be prevalent in the city j Freeh evaporated Califurnin fruits of nil ktndaat Dennetts c Tin steamboat Bessie arrived at tnta Mtiia this afternoon at 8 oclock x Tho Biownsville Gun G ib was organiztd this afternoon with a I J k00 < l mem horsing hh 1 he steamship Morgan will sail from Morgan City for J3raz s on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 February 1894

f h ht o g 4 > I T XB l > 0 the Lower llio Grande Valley villa is via thc Marnruoros and Mon I terey railroad to Kio Grande City tbenoa Peua Station jand by stage to 1 Brownsville id laid off sqoardy with Brownsville Cameron County and etnas of good width aud is built np CAMEUOS OUSTY Cameron County is tbo oxiremo southern county of TexaB It is separated from Mexico by the Eio Grande on the south aud has ubout 100 miles of Rulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1S1S nnd contains 330S square miles Farming and stock raising are the principal industries of the people tbo location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater j ortion of the soil is a rich lnoro and produces an exceedingly hevy yield of both cotton and corn tho chief farm products Two and Bometime3 three crops of corn aver- aging from Gfy to seventy buBbeB per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow nil the year and stock fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 February 1894

t V 1 K R y TV < B > to lz VOIi IT DIRECTORY STATE OITICEES oo nior JSnogg Lieut Governor 71 M Cr w Comptroller J D JleCall Umd Oomratasioner W L SIcGaualiey Trwur r V B Wortham Attoniev Orooral 0 A Cullwaxm Bnpt Public InstracHou J JI Carlisle UISTRICr A > D COUNTY OFFICERS CongressraMi 9Ui distrfct AV II Crain State Senator 27th district 1 A Atto ii t W J lliwreil l I > re ent Uvcs 8Stli eltetrict T W Kennedy County Jnage TliomaB Cswon County Attorney AuruhHh Cetaya Cemiity Clerk Joseph AAebb flientT COForlo Treasurer i l 8f Aewswor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne 8urvejor MsrHn llansou Hide IUBjiector C Tainayo COUXTY COMJUSSIOXimS rreciiictoi VSM rrpcinefSo3 KOerda lrecinetSo 4 P Pen County court nieeU for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crrr drriCEns Thomas Carson Mayor Chief or Police J Whjiu Tieasurer v C AKorsythc Kocretury JJKJugb He Altorncj 1 J i S n Snneyor AbBCShor and Collector O A Michel U S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 February 1894

I1A enjjawaw wp THESAILYHERALB JCBSIJ Wll l ISSUED EVXKX DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY liROWNSVILLE TEVAS F3IDAY FEBRUARY 2 QUEEKLILSPUN Quoth the cannilral flueen There is much in a ntme Or at least thorewill be Ere we finish the game These provisional rulers I welcome with glee They shall presently serve as Provisions for me Washington Star Senatorial dignity and conrte 8j will no have a 6etto with tiie Wilson bill The Corpus Christi Snn made its weekly appearance two days late on our table this week We miss the Snn when it fails to come on time The fate of tho Wilson bill in the hoii6a waq probably decided yeBtcrday It has yet to ran the gauntlet of the senate however and its own father may not recog- nize it by the time it returns to the house Mb3 Lease has sprung another sensation in Kansas by publishing a letter attacking the populist gov- ernor Its a frgid day in mid- summer when Mary Ellen cant startle the Datives oi the grathop per state Cot Ropes has made Corpus Christi another propos...

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