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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 February 1894

v It 3b fr i I L I Li jlv a y F S THE DAILY HERALD Entered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS All communications for this paper should lie ac fcompauicd by the name of the author not necessa rily lor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part or the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not t e noticed The Hekald will not be Responsible for the statements of its correspondents TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city Onecopyrone six months 550 three 300 one 100 TnihAW FEB 2 ianiJT Toi rji A beautiful springlike day this liae been < Go to Dcnnetta for eranberrieB citrons and currents Fresh evaporated California fruits of all kind < uit Dennetts Letevcrybody turn out to the rail frond meeting tomorrow afternoon Preparations are being Made for p grand niHEljiie ball t Santa Cruz liext Slinday nigut Frank O Skidmi > rC5 a wealthy jauclunnn of...

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. — 2 February 1894

A Mteaa > Mi s w M aMw ftaM arari wi Vaioalile Infnain Vnlhj CAMSIION OUSCIY Cameron County is O10 cilremo Gonthorn county of Tcx s IIt i pal BUW ltBS > UJ peparotcd from ilovico by theBio minl navnutu < south and has about Grand oa the uu8IUTrtbSPd by any 100 lailes of cwd coast as its eastern nu llcd bv few of its S120 ia J84S and contains 330S square Farming and etock raising nro the principal industries of the poopl tho location ciitnato and soil binji admirably adapted for both Tho greater ortion of the eod is a rich liiom and produces an exceedingly hevy yield of both cotton and corn tho chief farm products Two and Eomttime3 three crops of corn avei aiog from Ofy to sev nty bnshc > a per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses groi all the i oar aud stock find pasiur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the noil and its mouth aud directly opposite the Mexican city of Malamoro It hue n large tr...

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. — 3 February 1894

pi I 1v u VOL IT niRECTDnr STATE OFFICERS Governor CJPoge Lieut Governor M 31 Cr ne Comptroller J D McCaU laud Commissioner W L McGaucliey Treasurer W RWortnam Attorney General C A Culberson fiupt Public Instruciion 3 M Carlisle DISTRICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman Otb district WH Craln btatc Senator 27th district A AUee W J Kusscll IteprcentatiTCfl 8jtn district T W Kennedy County Judge Thoraas Carson County Attorney Au < 1Bto < aS County Clerk JTPn5 EE v GT riilwtm J A Browne SS Sv Ssss Hide Inspector CTamayo COCKTY COMMISSIONERS PrecinctNo 1 n3SS Precinct No 2 oSrfl p lrecinctNo3 > Z precinct No nyxetez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays In March June September and December CITY OFFICERS taavor ThomasCiirson S r7 o Attorney ItoSoK sw h5j Surveyor AsBeswraiid Collector G A Michel U S DISTRICT COURT following are the officers of and the limes ahd The places of holding court for the Western District of Texas U S District Jud...

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. — 3 February 1894

TH BAILYH RAm J asij t8BItr BKOWJSSVILLE feVAS SATURDAY rEBItUARY 3 Two cousubhip hare been serv cd to Texas pie seekers one at Acapulco and the other at Catania Italj FK0PPEoroE3 continue to come into this section pnd prospects aro good for many of them settling here Admiral JBehham deserves the gratitude of the commercial World in breaking up the bloekade at Rio de Janeiro Chains harmony talk anent the governors speech ia far ahead of the latter Make the presidential to of 92 the basis Chabv Culberson of San An tonio got off with the appointment as attorney for the federal district of Western Texas This is the plffco f < w whith Bob Stay too was an applicant Tj Laredo News says that the aaost extorsive sheep owner in Texas lives at Laredo and he is coiscientiouBly of the belief that protection does not assist the wool industry and that there are several others there who are of the same opinion Mr Crain was not for wrong after all in his announce ment that his well known advocac...

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. — 3 February 1894

1 fir w I r I S tL f fa a M pmmamtaa mrmn r r runwil iffllEDAILY HERALD Entered at the Ioctollice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO C0RRESP0SDEST3 All communications fortius taper nhoiild be ac companied by tlic name of the luthor not necessa rily lor publication but as evidence of good faitb on lne parr of the writer V rite on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions vi 1 not be i oticed The Heeald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents AYI TUlt liJi 1 FEB 3 JSBOVT XttllVr 4 The lentcn season opens next week The price of corn stills rises eky ward > District cohri convenes on Moh d y next A beautiful spfingMikc day thit lias been Go to Dennetts for cranberries hitron and currents FiVh and ojters will be in de mand after licit Wednesday Fresh evaporated Califiirriia fruits of all kitidsat Dennctis A number of atlc balls will ce fcnr hero during tbe Crtfiiiral season Some new 6treet culverts are fiadly needed in various pa...

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. — 3 February 1894

Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAMCKOS ODKTV Cameron Coanty is Ibe extreme Bonthern county of Texna It is separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south and ba about 100 miles of qnlf coast as ilaeaBtern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 Bqnare miles Farming and stockraising are tbe principal industries of tbe people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater jiortion of tbe soil is a rich laom and prodnces an exceedingly hefcvj yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm prodncts Two and 6ometime3 three crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy buBb6 > s per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acres Grasses grow all the year and stock find pnstur oge without being fed or sheltered doriDg tbe winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by natire best adapted for tbe production of vegetables and fruits Vegetables of all kinds g...

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. — 5 February 1894

> J X VOL IT DIRECTORY SOtIETIES STATE OFFICERS Governor CJi j SS Governdr 11 JUeut r Comptroller JDMcCaU Land Commissioner WL JIcGaugbey Treasurer W fUiim Attorney General a Culberson BuptPobllcanstruction J M Carlisle Disnuor AND C0UXTY OITICEBS Congressman 9th district W H Crain State Senator 27th district E AAtlee W J Itusscll Keprcsentatives 8oih district T > w Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augastin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff E orto Treasurer cGafza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Burreyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COONTT COMMISSIONERS JrednctNol AA f < ez Precinct Ko 2 E Kleiber frecinctlio 3 Garcia Precinct Ko PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bato business on the first Mondays in March June tjeptember and December Cm OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J II Klban Treasurer A For8 ytho Secretary Jf R Kingsbury Attorney S 11110 S W BrooLs Surveyor Assessor and Collector G A Michel U 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. — 5 February 1894

u THSBAHYHERALB fctll k BROWNSVILLE TUVAS MONDAY FEBRUARY 5 JUDGE CLARKS SPEECH The Little Giant Talks Har mony at Dalhf The address of Judge George Clark at the domucratic convention at Dallas on the lr instant breathes that spirit at noble patriot igm and true democracy which the former friends and enpporterB of the Little Giant Tally expected of him We give belorr a portion of the Bpeech copied from the Galveston Newt Fellowdemocrats of Texas The conditions existing in the demo cratic party of onr state today call for the highest patriotism npon the part of eTery democrat in Tex as This ia no timo fellowdemo crats o tear open old soref this is cotime to dwell npon past differ ences or to discuss whe was right or who was wrong The demo cratic party isMmperilcd and it Is the duty of every democrat no matter what his special individual opinion may b < 3 as to public poli cies to lay his personal opinion and convictions upon the altar of Lis party and bow his head to the will of t...

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. — 5 February 1894

V > rf THE DAILY HERALD Entered at the PoctofHce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS AH 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 tide of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Hebald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents JOOJirH ir FEB 5 UtBOWJT TOSfJT Go to Dennetts for cranberries citrons and currents Philipp Hesse was out today af ter an nttRek of the gripi Fresh evaporated California fruite of all kinds at DennettB Steamship Morgan sailed from Horgun City yesterday at 130 A nice little norther came up Saturday night but itB effects are Ecaicely perceptible today The Mexican flag floated over the Mexican consulate today in honor of the nations holiday The EtJhoonej Marie Isabel left Point Isabel for Lake Charles at four oclock last Saturday af ternoon Co...

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. — 5 February 1894

ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION Slint Dr Tolm Hurray bf the ChaUenger I xpcditlon Thinks About It An attempt ia Leing inade under tho atispicea ol tho Royal Geographical so ciety to renew interest in antarctic ex ploration An important paper on the subject Was presented to tho society this week by Dr John Murray of tho Challenger expedition He argned that tho continent at tho south polo com prised 4000000 square inie3 and that great practical benefits in tho depart inenfc of biology geology and physics would bo gained by its exploration Ho did not advocate a dash for tho pole but demanded rather a steady syste matic exploration of the whole southern region with all tho appliancesof mod ern investigators Tho exploration should bo undertaken by tho royal navy Two ships not exceeding 1000 tons burden each should bo fitted out for threo summers and two winters Early in the first season a wintering party of 10 men should bo landed some whero south of Capo Horn probably about Bismarck strait at Gra...

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. — 6 February 1894

voi nv juror ThTHKtoS Chief of Policej T SJiSS ± Ie rv ± r rvif K ry l3 Ss AbBeseor and Collector G A Michel US DISTRICT COUrT The following are the officers of and the times and jces of holding courtfor the Western District of Tcsas U S District Judge T S Maxey Attorney t h 5 Warshal iB0Ware fhlef Deputy Marshal J B Walter Court convenes in San Antonio orf the first Mon days in Jay and November In Austin on the first Jondays in February and in Brownsville ori the first JonOay in January and second oonday in June In FJ Iaso on Uie first Mondays in April and Oc tober TWENTXFJGirrn JCDICTAX DISTRICT iistrict Judge 28th judicial districts vJ C Husseil T T Kleibcr District Attorney y DLtrictCIerS ZMlECTOIll STATE OFFICEKS Goven > orL i i Hogg bomptroller Licnt Governor JDMcCaU i Ind Commteiouer W L McGanghey Treasurer WBW rttam Attorney General C A Cnlberam Bupt Public Instruction J M Carlisle DlSTBICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS it Congressman 9tli district TV Criin fetate Senator 27th dist...

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. — 6 February 1894

m THEBAILYHERALD SS4 < Btq4ttrc BttOWlHSftLLE = ttJESAY F jEiJftuAliY tf ILm miiii i ii m mi i THE KDITOA IVhttp ffSyoutthenytfugo id town To pay a years subscription And make you feel of great renown The Editor Who tells yoiftfiHl y6iif friend is dead And that your dearest foe is wed Or to foreign landLas fledf f hb Editor WhO says your effort fat outranks Those of your rival poet cranks Sut all the satire declines witH thahis TheEditor fyho weeps with you when you sire sad Andlaughs with you when you are glad And smiles at jou when you are mad tf heEdifof Who his iafos bofo kind aifd wise And ney well hardly ever lies And when he does excites surjrrise The Editor t7hfr owns a heart as well as cheefe Possessed of spirit proud yet meek And lives on forty cents a w eek The Editor tfrhe Knows1 all tm p lfticaV Whos witty sharp satirical Sut never egotistical Ttfe Editor Tg iffdemocracy is confronted riot only by a condition but by sev eral theories as well Te senate will now enlive...

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. — 6 February 1894

HE bAItt HERALD lettered at the Poctoffic e Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO COItBESPOMJEOTS Alt ootaraunications for thla paper should be ac companied by the name of tiie anthor not neceesa for publication but as evidence of good faltn one gj e part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anon mona communlca jTcraa will not be noticed Tax Hebald will not be r tfOBIble for the statements of its correspondents any lipgan Tuesday morning and he laborers proceeded with their worK iftirtstrauicd Though an in fanc tion had been grant eu by Judge Gi imcff failure to tnal6 the reqfuired bond rendered it vnineleee A few dHys rnorf an ffi o last vottige if tho Pan Aracricanrail rcio property wHl hai e been re moved The teel rallf hate been sold by Mr J J Snlli an io the 6nlf Be iiiiiiort and I ansa s City a tTroud cortfpany TUESDAY FEB 6 Jsovt i > Sfc Today ia ShroveTnesday Tiie weatlief is springliko Hgain Vegetables are scarce hi the mar ket just at prese...

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. — 6 February 1894

b r JL i ii irn TiriTr rnwinTirri i mi AfiftU3 GftAHTUOE Dct BcVOtldli te a Mother ii PrisonIs i Berar < lcdatXaitt4 A bright eyed Tosy cheeked young lady was waiting for Governor Mat thews when ho reached tho executive Office tho other morning and as he en tered 6ha extended her hand The governor recognized her as tho daugh ter of MrsMaTtiii ofDubois county whd Was pardoned out of the female teformatdrytho day hefore and in an swer to her excited inquiry if it was true that ho had pardoned her mother ho replied Yes and you may take tho pardon nnd deliver it to her J Tho announcement was followed by visible emotion and it was some mo menta before tho daughter could con trol her feelings sufficiently fcFJtliank him bntjiooking rather than speaking her gratitudoBbe took thepardon and a few moments later her motherwas re leased after eight years confinement That is one of tho most peculiar Cases that I ever met said the govern or as his visitor left tho zoom Sirs Martin was convicte...

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. — 7 February 1894

> VOL II y Pirtnct Attorney 1 District Clerk District Court meets as follows Cameron CountyFirst Mondays in February onl September continues in session two weeJts Hidalgo County Fourth Mondavi nfter the first Monday in February and September continues in session two weeks CcuutySixti Jondays afcr the firatMon Stax in diys in Ftbrnaiy and September continues session three vfecks Nn es countyNinth Jondaj s alter the firsLAm and September continues in < Uys m February b si m si wteks l S MILITARY POPT Fort Bro iro f mimander W Jfig Ouirteiuster Went H OMm i W Dv Post urc eoii eoiiV V S CUSTOM LOUSK Jul A Jlbel y y eCtX Deputy A iiicTliam A A BroAue t A JJeljoo MEXICAX CONSULATE a j uilfWt Consul t co m V ac EHIlECTftni SlATE dFliCEKS js nogg iPjvcnior M Cr ne SfbUor JDMcCall P5dConuniisiouer WL McGatigljcy ir ti r Atlorny Genera C A Cnlbereon gUjrt Public Instruction J M Carlisle UISTKICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS Oth district AVHCrain Coasrciisnian iUte Senator 27th district r AAUcc R...

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. — 7 February 1894

u Titrm TH BAILYH RALB J JqsBi tSBfa t Entered at the Postofllce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS Ail coradnnicatlons for this paper should be ac tompanied bj the name of the author not necessa rily for publication but as eTidence of good faith on the part of the tenter Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand AnbnymouB communica tions will not bo noticed The Heiulld will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY BROWNSVILLE TE AS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 It t about time for Jup Pluvius to get Lis irrigating apparatus at Work in this section again Mr Millbb will arrive at Cor pus Cbristi ready to begin work at once Will the committees be ready to receive him The two Larcdos are having a lively time over the bridge vs fer ry question New Iriredo wants ferry boats run across the river while Laredo thinks they ought to Be suppressed in the interest of the bridge company and there you are The question may call ...

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. — 7 February 1894

sgg THE DAILY HERALD trEDJiESDlir FEB HORSE PwACING AND TAR GET SHOOTING AT REYNOSA The matched raco which has been ngreed upon between Coi Mainoro of the Mexican army and Oapt J J Smith of Brownsville to run their respective horses a distance of GOO yards at Reynosa has been changed from the l2rh and will be rlin on Snud j the llth The change has been made to oblige inany who would like to see the rube and cannot get off except on Sunday The Brownsville Gnn Omb will also contribute to the amusement of the day by an exhibition ot trap Shooting at pigeons Other epdrts will also be indulged in Special arrangements have been inado by the M M railroad to run an excursion train which will rotnrn the same da louring the Matamoros depot at S a m sharp Tickets for the rouhd trip will be sold at 218 Mexican coin for first class and i5d for second class Tho race track and shooting grounds are hear tho depot and town where a splendid view of ihe same can be had A gala Hay is anticipated Abovt ...

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. — 7 February 1894

U INDIAN RELICS UNEARTHED kwDS tlicm a ilediU or tHc fclret Mclho ll t CliapclIn America Charlen S Fritzingor a German farmer Vvho resides itt Benton connty 43 milesisonth of Eedalia Ho while fligsing a drainage ditch on his farm last month uueaithed at a distanco of three feet from the surface a medal or token of Wesley chapel and parsonage John street New York tho firs > t Meth odist building in America Air Frit zingcr took it to Kedalia to find out something about it and ascertain ita value iho token is made of lead and antimony 13 2 inches in diameter and tho thickness of a Bland dollar On tho obverse sido is an embossed likeness of John Wesley around which are tho inscriptions Founder of Meth odism and The World Is My Par ish On tho reverse sido is an em bossed picture of Wesley chapelshow ing tho ancient place of worship aud tho adjoining parsonage Tho inscrip tions are Wesley Chapel and Parson age and Dedicated by Philip Em bury Oct 00 17G8 It is possiblo that it was given...

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. — 8 February 1894

I Y VOI II FrccinctlW lreCinctKo2 Precinct Xo l > reclnctjNo4 reclnctjNo41f Splq for civil criminal andpro jnS o ffio Jay in March June Bcptcsilxir and December CITY OFITCERS Thomas Ciirson Mayor j HKlhan Chief or olioe v KvForEytho Tieasnrer V VV V15yungsbury Secretary FranlFcufflo Attorney s WBrooks buncydr GAMichcl AEsessor and Collector U SPIS1RICTCOURT U S Jistnct Jndge Attorney ft FVjlefeit A lion oija v RacsrTiss niJiEQZZtitx < j STATE OFFICEKS Lieut Gdvemors t f Vj n jfcteU < Hunt Public Iustni DISTBIOr ASD COUNTY OFFICERS Suiator 27th district btate Representatives 85th district T w Kennedy Thomas Carson Caunty Judge Augusta Maya Countj Attorney Joseph WAbb County Clcrl E C FortO bherilT C Garza Treasurer Geo Champion AsscSBor j Alrowno CoUector Martin Hanbon Survejor CTamayo Hide Inspector COUSTY C03151ESIOKEUS A Vasquez EKleiber 7 R Garcia P Pc rez 1T S Slaxey AJ Evans D II > Hart Cl < vk jS v ° rli a Ware the firtt lion SuVt convene in San Antonio On to W3...

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. — 8 February 1894

V lfc MWMfcJt THS3AILYHSRALB ANOTHER RAINMAKER A writer in the Sim Antonio Express claims Jo have found an effective means of producing ar titieial rain Ilis plan is based up on the theory that the moisture in the atmosphere is condensed by a sudden lowering of temperalire and claims that this result can be obtnined bj the sudden breaking or opening of cylinders of liquified or highly compressed gases whoae expansion would cauae an intense chilling of the surrounding air He gives the following account of a siicciBfifnl experiment Practical experiments have been made near Chitago by firing shells filled with highlycompressed chi bonic gae into a high elevation and exploded there by a time lose on a warm hut very clear July dny In eide of ten minutes lar e mahSes ol clouds wero formed aitificially drifting with the air current over iho lake and quite a JochI shower ot raiu was produced on the lake and on the other Eide in Michigan Said rain covered a great area and was accompanied by ...

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