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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1894

t m zdm tfiWiksbfs EK 8 THE DAILY HERALD fSSiJT to aw The Sanity South What buautiful weatheil Bokn to Dun Santiago Garcia and wife on the 3rd intttnt a Bull The grand jury is6till grinding hwij but his returned no bills yet La grippe is generally prevalent in Brownsville at present although of i rathrr mild type The Fort down 0933 will be ptid off next Mondayand ate hap- py over the prospect Qnito a large crowd are expected to go up from Brownsville to the raco at Reynosa next Sunday The steamer Bessie was between EJinburg and K10 Grande City tins morning on her way up the fiver Another sweet Ecented cargo of buries hides etc is being hauled to the depot to bo transfered to the steamon The mapquerrde ball which the weather prevented last Sunday night at Santa Cruz will take place next Sunday night provided the weather is agreeablej The lanterns which have been lately placed at the postoffice en- trance are a great improvement Postmaster tioyt has the thanks of the community for hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1894

w THS STATE 33MI OF OKLAHOMA Jlie Clalihsji iie bj the TegrltoryJR 9 ° Sa BtOWOSVlllfj the konilfy seat ° poulheru pmt of the cduuty on the Ro Gatule ubout thirty miles above its woulh atd directly opposite the Mexican ci y of Mafaraoros It hns a large trade wlbtmill towns aloDg tho liver for over = 300 miles ihe ex lit nior aniULilifllliepil or Its Tho Oklahotna Itat iha Citizen Train Is Happy Speech is silver but silence ii gold- en said GeorgO Francis Train at the Palmer House yesterday and 1 am going to relapse into silence agnin Tor 14 years I refused to Bpeak to a man- or woman and I am going back to New York on a scalpers ticket and in Madison Equaro resumo niy old occupa- tion of silence 1 havo had a good tne vj Chicago I have lived at a hotel and had a nice room on the first floor connt ingfrom the top of the building Fiw hundred B8rantJof the hotel hae been at iuybeer and call Tho lnueihge pot pen iaiidink and stationery hau been supplied me all for 1 a diy When I am hungr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1894

4 VOL 1L hinECTdUr STATE OFFICEHS Governor J S Hogg X > Ieni Governor M JL Cr ne Comptroller JDMeCall Xami timmismoner W L SIcGaughey Tre HUrer W D Wortham Attorney General C A Culbersoil Bupt Public Instruction 3 M Carlisle IUSTEICr AND COUNTY OFFICEES Congreasniau Oth district Vf H Crain titatc Senator 27th district EAAtiee l WJ Burnett Berrescntativen Both district v Kennedy County Judge Thorns Carson County Attorney Au udan CJlaya County Clerk i i j0 VP5e b rheriff HClorto Treasurer ta Assessor C > Champion Collector J A Browne 6ur r Martin Hanson lliw inspector C Taniayo W COUNTY COJIMISSIONEBS RcinetKol A Yasri IjrecinctXo 2 1 IUel 5 ecinctNo3 VSSS NO 4 P PcreZ County court meets for civil criminal and pro late business on the first Mondays in March June feertetnber and Detrab r j citv orncERS hr vator Thomas Arson One of PoUce H ° S ° K bunejor J Assessor and CoUcctor G A Michel U S DISIKICT COURT The following arc the officers of and the Ulnes and places of lidding cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1894

l > j iWCiii yiwi esai CTH i r if Lai rfw ggajcaKawCTaasw ga ra T0S 9AYH 3 J J ° nn aJ r rj > t TO C0RR3SP0SDEXT3 All coanmaiciUoii forthlspaptrshotildbe ec toapinhljythe name of tho author not necessa- rily forpuWlciUon bat as etidenco of good faith on Jhe prt of the irriter V rite on one side of the piper la plus hand Aaonyauous comtsonica uons trU not be noticed The H ti tt > wdlnotbe responsible for the Btatemente of its correspondents Entered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FRIDAY FEDRUARY 0 Brownsville has Been Eome pret- ty hmd timep but tho railroad to Corpus Cluisti will bring this sec- tion out ftll rijlit TilE insanity dodge whs not at- tempted in Vaillanla ciibc Had hie crime been committed in Aimr ien it would have been different It requires just six days for the Corpus ChiUti Sun to leach Brownsville Br Uardwieke must be running n special mail trtiu to the lower Rio Grandi We welcome the Yoakum Week- ly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1894

TUE DAILY IIE1ULD JSOV > i 3VILLE TSVAS iPitI j5r FJKI 9 ABOVT TOtSW A murtiage lieeiiBe whs today is sited to Ilcrmenejildo Gncrra and Molohora Sosa HottN to M II Grosa and wife of Alatainoroj on Wednesday the 7th instant a daughter Four cavaliy leeiuitB for Fort Brown ai rived on the Alice t ge at two o clock tin s mottiiig This 16 the season lor planting Mi < CJeo Krausse litisthu best as sortmunt ol flj rer potb in all sizes FOR SALE llidigo county eerip ad valorem and Jury Apply to Jin A Michel 13 owtisviUi Texas El Lkumcra to announces that tin troubles which Have lately disturb- ed the Club Azrii aro how a thing of the piai A handsome iron railing will shortly be erected around the cus- tomhouse ground which will be a greAt improvement Anyone wishing id purchase Cameron county scrip to the amount ol 50 can phi chase some by applying at tlu6 otiice The Rio Qrando railroad is rush- ing Ihe steamer fiuight ht fidm Ihe Point Two height tiains came tip today with IT cars of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1894

Lff HEX FOR SAN FRANCISCO J New Oi leans Ln Feb 5 Mr F A Ilaber chief of the depart tnetit of viticultnre of the midwin- ter exposition of San Francisco came to New Orleans a J c v days ago to endeavor to obtain from tic kings of tho carnival and the mys ticEocietiespeiuiission to reproduce in all their details the carnival fes- tivities Fiich as given in New Or- leans in 189 including a faithful c py of the naval review and the stre et parade The king of the carnival Iih3 consented lo visit San Francisco some time in April pro- bably between the let and 8th and on that occasion epeei l trains will be run between New Orleans and that city TO WED 20000000 Shclbyville Lid Febnary 5 The Daily Evening Democrat Bays tonight The Democrat learned has through a Source it believes which to be reliable that cxPrcsidcnr Benjamin Har- rison and Mrs Stanford widow late Luland oi the Stanford the Califor- nia millionaire and United StatcB senator will shortly bo united in marriage at ilo Alto The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1894

y 7 Vol ii Treasurer stesiECTonir JS feurvejor Assessor and Collector JVTE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Xacut Governor 51 M Cr no Comptroller JDMcCall Land ConiiniMjoncr W L McGaugliey r J IJOvS5t5 am 7 General C A J M Carlisle Vablic Instruction DISTRICt AND COUXTV OFFICERS ngressman 0th diitnct TV II Crain btaU Senator 27th district F AAtleo W J ltsisscll KeprC mtativcs 8jth distnet JT w > Kennedy County Judge JL Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb bhcriif si C Assessor Geo Champion Collector JA Browne iunejor MarUn Hanson Ilide Inspector v CTumajo COUXTT C011MISSIOSEKS lTecinaroi A s5f < luez PrecSuetNo2 k elbr trccmct So 3 F Garcia precinct No 4i 1 Perez County court meets for chil criminal and pro bata business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crrr officers jlayor Thomas Carson ChicT of J oUco J U E Treasurer vSAiForirtIS Secretary XB Kingsbury Mter6eyJx S Vv 15roois G A Slichel V SDISIIUCTCOUKT The following are t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1894

i THSBAILYHSHALB J sq tBBlmftt JSiaterSd at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVE11T DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SATUKDAY PEBRUAEY 10 WITT THIS DELA T ThoCorpus Christi Caller sug gests that tho delay of Mr Mille in leaving New York may bo due to the fact that he is awaiting noti- fication that the bonus is complet- ed It is not improbable that Mich is his reason for delaying his de- parture It will be remembered that when ho left it was with the understanding that lie would ru turn when notified that the requir- ed honus was completed and not before As tlnreia no cause for the people of this Bection to delay signing their notes and completing the bonus it is perfectly natural to suppose that Mr Miller does not wish to undertake another long and tedious trip hither unless fully as- sured that the bonus is satisfactori ly secured It would certainly be wise upon the part of the commit- tees at both ends to immediately push the matter to a conclusion und have their B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1894

L > g ZUOUT TOffJT Freeh Swiss cheese at Jngoti s NVan ri enough for palmetto fant today Celo3tin Jugou Las ebiiic fresh pecans i Just received at Celcstiu Jagbu fresh pressed sardines Freeh stock of Little Joker and Durham tobaccos at J agons The Ladies Aid sobiety this morning issued supplies to 8T ap piiuatite Vegetables su h as celery spin- ach lettuce beets etc are now plentiful in the uiiiketi This is the Season for planting Mr Geo Krausse has the best as sortnient oi flower pots iu all sizes FOil SALE Hidalgo cobnty fecrip ad valorem and jury Apply to Jru A Michel BiownsviUc Texas Thb Bten rhhbat JSessib is still be- tween Edinltlrg and Itio GriinUe Uiy probably lodged oii a sand- bar in the Rio Bravo FOR phiperies in the best and most elegant stvles vrito to Leopold Levy No 133 Canal Street New Orleans Al ho for yarrets Mattings Window fchndes anil Wail paper t 0 largest libltBe la the soutKl Sevihil hundred persons will pro- bably go to Kcynoia oh tile occur eion train t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1894

aJpequliau accident Corpus CIiriBlt February 6 While Mr and Mrs Hirsch wore out driving in tl cir carriage Mrr liirecli met with a peculiar and almost serious accident When near the Aransas Pass track when it forms a Y ashort distance above tho city Mrs Hirsch drfccivcnd thather silkclunk which was pid dcdwas on fire Mr Hirsch at once jerked the cloak from hershouldeis and in putting the lire out burnt his left hand quite seriously By this time lire Hiriehs dress was ablaze 2t the waist and in- putting this out Mr Hirsch burnt two of tho fingers on his right hand Fortunately MreHirsches caped odily injury but tnourne tho loss of a fine coak and drcss while Mr Hirsch who was less fortunate now carries his two hands wrapped in rags that are saturated in oi It is supposed tho fire was caused by a spark that was blown from a cigar Mr Uirech was Eraokin at the time TO FIGHT VACCINATION Milwaukee Wis Febuary 4 There is impending a wordy war nnd ossibly a battle in the courts beginning in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 February 1894

I f T 1 w ff 2 I 1 r < < VOL II SOCIETIES iiSRECTOJli STATE OFFICERS Governor J 8 Hogg Lieut Governor iSL 3ICrno Comptroller J D JlcCall Land Commissioner W L JIcGaughej Treasurer TV B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson Qupt Public Instruction J 21 Carlisle DISTBICr AND COUNTY 0FFIC2EE Congressman 3th district W II Craln Btate Senator 27th district E A Atlee W J Russell Representatives 83 tb district T Kemjcjy County Judge7 Thomas Careon County Attorney AngusUn Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb hherlff ECForto Tre urer a Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collects J A Browne Surveyor iMartin Hanson Hide Inppector C Tafflayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TrecinctKo 1 AYasqttez Preclflct No 3 E Kleiber rrecinctNo3 F Garcia rrecinctNo 1 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer CA ForsytHe Secretary JB Kingsbury Attorney FJaSjc l 6 Surveyor S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 February 1894

> VOL IT hERECTOR ± DEPARTURE For Alice Texas daily at Rio Grande City Mon- day Wed and Friday at For Point Isabel daily at Matamoros Mexico Except Sun- day at J 20 a m ARRIVALS From Alice Texas daily at 10 p m v Kiy Grande TriWeckly at 7 pm 1olut Isabel daily atG pm Matiinoroi Mexico 430 p m ml ll ilw mtnwaf a JKIT SJUOROS I9IRECTORJT American Consul Vice Consul Clert < STATE OFFICEBS Governor 3 8 ffogg Lieut Governor M3L Crne ComptroUer J D McCaU Land Commissioner W L McGaughe j Treasurer i W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J 3L Carlisle DISTBICr XSD COUNTY OFTICEfle Congressman Oth district W H Craln Gtato Senator 27th district E AAtlee W J Russell representatives 85th district t w Kennedy County JudgcT Thomas Careon County Attorney Arigustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb bhertff ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collects J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COJ1MISSIONEES Precinct No 1 A Yasqtlez ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 February 1894

u E35S THEBAILYHEHALB J4B94 > t < s Entered at the Poctoffice fcrowns Tillo Texas 03 secondclass matter MONDAY FEBRUAHY 12 JUDGE STA YTON ON EABMONX Chief Justice R W Stayton one of the best known and soundest democrats in Texas expressed the most sensible and feasible views on in Wednesdays Express harmony the sooner it accompiielwl He that has yet appeared in print To that the better Partie c0 bein with the fudge says cernedexcept possibly the chronic restoration of harmony among the am dalI ing i i 3 1 of the state democra divided ranks cy is essential for the conservatioi of the party all seem to realize an sioefatic strength of the state than an other Thebasis of representa tion should oe restricted to the or F Sf CHENEY eJ0 ganfzation of the next contention Toledo q 1 basis 7 jtnd should not be use as a r snbseqnent conventions When asfcetl by reporter as iff jnieiher we should ba7ff harmony1 or not the interview is concluded as follows The indications are favorable and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 February 1894

has just received a lot of Valentines in all vaiieties Go and select yours botorc the best aro sold County commissioRets court met this morrmg Judge Carson presiding No business of import- ance was transacted and court ad- join nod nutil tomorrow at 10 a- in FOR nraperies in the best and most elegant styles wiite to Leopold Levy No 133 Canal Street New Orleans Al- so for Carpets Mattings Window shades and Wall paper V e largest bouse in the South The Ueuacd s subscription list is growing A few sample copies np the liver jesterday did the woik Peoplealong the liver on both sides appreciate a good thing when ihvjr see if Why bnid wo crden fences when iron is cheapeil Wood needs con- stant repairs add to this extra painting and the balance is in fa- r of iron fences Calf on Mr S W Brooks for bedrock pricos TflK Hfiiultf is informed thut a gentleman from abroad contem- plates renting the Miller hotel He will arrive here shoitly to inspect the buildu g and if sitisfied will at once lease...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 February 1894

SHEKIFF DICKSOtf KILLED Atid Two OutLaws Shot While Kceisting Arrest Wharton February 7i Grcnt excitement exists in our city and a cloud of 6ortow hangs like a pall over the hearts of our citizen News has just come to town that Sheriff Hamilton Dickson was kill- ed above town at 3 o clock while in company with Sheriff Towneend of Coliunbns and Depnties Hope Heart and Wells They had locat ed Braddock the murderer of llir constublc at Weimar While enter in jj a thicket on the east eide ol the rivcrf about three miles below Sancho Grande Braddock hb suddenly discovered He fired at close quarters npou Sheriff Dckeon who waa killed instantly Imme- diately one of the posse made short work of Braddock The murderor was 3uot and killed in am instant The body of Sheriff Dickson now Hes at ihd home of Judge Nurih ington in Egypt A large number of citizens and friends will leave town tonight Sheriff Dickson was universally oved honored and respected and his Iofs is of note and moment to our cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 February 1894

J K + 1 vol m District Clerk r Dirtrict Court meets as follows T Cameron Couutj First Jioudajs in February and Soplcmber coutiuiics in session two wecLs jm ilidalgo CJjuuly Fourth Mondajs alter the first Joudays In February and September continues s in bCisiontwo weeks r EUrr Ceuatj Sixth tf outlays af er the first Jon days in February and September continues m t bessiou threaweeSs > Nueces Uouuty Ninth Mondays after the first Jon- i dats lu February and Septuniber continues in t ssion six w eeks J U S MILITARY POST rort Brown Commander Jajor Henry Wagner 1 Quartermaster Laeut 11 J Uoldmui l > t Sarjoon kC il > t Win DMs L S CUST03I LOUaE JohnA Michel Collector > Thuruhum Special Deputy A Browne Chief Clerk Bcldou Entry Clerk V MEXICAN CONSULATE I Jfaiefert Consul J Lou ona Actln Consul fIRECTORl societies staIe officers Governor S Hogg Xlcut Governor JL M Cr no Comptroller i J D McCall Land Commissioner Vf X McGaughey TriBUrer W B Woruiam Attorney General C A Culberson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 February 1894

THEBAILYHSSALB TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13 AT TWENTY AND AT FORTY The man of 20 loves a lass And everything ia honey The man of 40 love alas And everything is money Detroit Free Press Silver Ins reached the lowest point in Its etitire history It doee not eeehi possible that it can drop much further The Luling Signal very sensibly suggests that the man who shouts harmony and at the same time reviles hiB brother democrat is h hypocrite and should be kicked out of the party EKdLisii financial circles are be- coming thoroughly interested in the eilrcr question It is now the United States turn to look on While Johnnie Bull and his Indian protege wrestle with the prohlem of the white metal Now doth the hungry man with n longing for the flesh pots of Egypt Elip around the back wny into a downtown restaurant and or- der broiled beefsteak chrpp etc with a manner which tells the prac- ticed eye they are keeping lent at his house The Laredo News remark There simply havo occurred n local happenings dur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 February 1894

< f v < < i It i i = 9R5SE j > w > THE DAILY HERALD UROWSSVILLE TSVAS TO C REESPOSDtSTik All communications for thU paper should be nc corapauicd by the ctme of the author not neceiu jily for publication but as evidence of good faith on the put of the writer Vriteon one side of the paper xa f plain hand Anonrmpus communica- tions wlil not ie ititlced Tub Hebjd will notbe r pon ible for the statements of its correspondents IiSULD EVEUY DAY EXCEPT SUKDAY Entered at the Poctofilce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TtVESIKir FEB 13 mbout Totrvr No sun ehine todaj Freeh Swiss cheese t Jngoil s Cclestin J agon haa some frefeh pecans Just received at Celestin Jagoua fresh pressed sardlneh Freeh stock of Little Joker and Dm haul tobaccos nt Jtgous The steamboat Bessie left Rio Graitdc City today tor Brownsville The steamship Morgan sailed from Brnzos this morning at 9 oclock The remainder of the Ruyuosi xcursionists tethrncd libtiiu this afternoon The military telegrap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 February 1894

ff rJ tl 1iMg WAT L WILSON FOR PKfcS I DENT Monffoe W Va Watchman They tmiy break a member of Congress but tliey break ma a President ot the United State vehemently exclaimed lion Champ Clark the cyclonic Missouri orator in the House on Jam 2A id ipeak ing of the threats cf the protec- tionists that William L Wilson would be defeated for reelection this fall because of the free coal and other provisions of thu tariff bill Mr Claik reminded the House t iat Sir lljbert Peel had cut liimself loose from old associa tions and sacrificed himself for a great principle he had becu ca6t out from place and power biv when he died they had cut on his monument the words He gave tho people cheap bread When John C Colhoun was VicePresident of the United States continued the speaker he cast in the Senate the deciding vote which kept Martin Van Bureu from going as Minister to England Calhoun was then told by a friend yoti have broken a Minister to England but you have made a President of the United ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 14 February 1894

< s ± < voi in M9B > pri Ittr EHZtSXiTOSlS Prerlactllo 1 lreciuct i > o Irermct No 3 lmanctaMo 4 i County court meets for civil criminal and pro Iiaic buiinew on the fir t Mondays in March June September and December ciiy orncEHS JIayor Chief of lolice Tioaburer fjccrctjry Attorney jr ejor ABScntor and Collector U S DISIBICT COURT The foUoxin art the oflieer of and the times and place1 of balding court for the Western District of Texas tl S District Judge 1 S Maiey Attorney AJ Bvaus fieri 1 II Hart Varxual ICC Ware Clinr DeputyMarshal Court convenes in San Autonloou the Jiret Mon UayM in Jay and Xo eniber In Austin ou the nrst Jondaya iu Tcbruary and July In Brownsville on the first Jouday iu January and second oaday in June In 12 Idso on tuu tlr t Mondays in April aud Oc- tober TWISTYEIGHTH JUDICIAL D1STKICT Miptrict JudRe a3ih judicial district J C Itnssell District Altunicy John I Kleiber District Cleric Louis KowaUki Dijirict Court meets as i ollov s Caaicmu County y...

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