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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 February 1894

L FHEBAILYHERALB J Jiq SBhq WEDNESDAY PEBltUABY 14 ST VALENTINES DAY This is the da so legend stites That natures songsters choo3e their mates And mortals too on February fourteen Tia said they also do their eoartin Tim Hih dy of Fcbi ury is set calendar as sacred to nsido by th < the memory of St Valentino of whose mnrtyruom in the tltir1 cen tury hietuiMiiB tell ue but the ehiiii clirouicluia fail to explain why this particular Bainte day should be chosen by rntuico sweet songsters for choosing their mates or why on this day lovers sliould contdder it their privilege to send their Sec tions ofEeihg as a valentine to tin bright particular star at whose shrine they woisliip and the joker take advantage of the day to Fend comic valentines to tease or annoy people It is slid that St Valen tine was nn Italian priest who en fered martyrdom at Rome in 270 or at Terni in 306 Historian differ as to the date Legend am plifies by dwelling on the virtrus of his fife and the manner of hL de...

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. — 14 February 1894

< I EjfrJjJM iOwiMW 28 = THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE T2YAS TO COHRESPONDEXT3 ill connnmllcaUoaa for this paper should be sc compinitJ by the came of the aqthor not necessa rily Jor publication but as evl enfce of goodith on the part of the writer Write on one sido of the piper la a pTsin hand Anonymous communica tions wlil not be uotlrud The Ufjiald will not bo responsible fur the ntctemcnU of its correspondents 13SUUD KVEUY DAY EXCferT SUNDAY Entered at the Poctollice Browns ville Texas as Ji crindclass matter rEbJrEstiir feb ii Aao vt to irjr Fresh Swiss cheese at Jxgou s Cclestin Jagou hrfs some fresh pecans Just received at Culeetin Jagous flesh pressed sardine1 Freeh stock of Little Joker and Durham tobaccos at J gouV Old BorcuS seems to be getting the best of our Sunny South clim ate today A Infge number of witnesses were before tlie dietrict court today for recognizance Several thowcrs fell during the early faaft of last night but not enough to do much good TnE Herald is ...

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. — 14 February 1894

oystt 10 quarts The growth of the Texas shellfish ii unusually rapid By way of iltiisti afion o50 2 yearolda fill a threebushel barrel Inthe Chesapeakebay region it takes 750 oysteie in Matagorda and Mcsquite bays the Texas vuie tics grow to such a size that only 100 of them can get into n liBrnl In quality the Texan compares fav otably with the Atlantic Were it not for the Fpiing freshets the abundance ofoysters along the gulf coast would 10 an embarrassment of riches for there the ttai fieh is a most unknown Thrse fscshetr arc very destructive an itrfflienFi V0IUI119 of water sweeping down the rivets which empy into the gulf and dislodging whole beds of oystere The diuniH h alto does Eome daniHgo The area of ground onyhu Texas coast that has al rt aely been woiked is estimated ai 87CS0 acres DEAD LELTEKS UNSECES SARY The postoflice aiHhoritits are as founded at the increasing amount of tnoil matter that is lindig > tt way to the deadbetter ofiiftc on ac count oi carelessness in...

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. — 15 February 1894

f I 1 i VOL II nmECTonir SOCIETIES jd = C fcTATE drFICEKS dovernor J S Hogg Lieut Ootcnior M M Cr lie Comptroller J D llcCall loud Commissioner TV L McGaugliey Treasurer W U WortUain Attorney General C A Culberson Supt lablic Instruction 3 M Carlisle UlSTRICr AND COVSDl OFFICERS Congressman Oth district W H Crain fjtite Senator 27th district E A Atlee Bcprescntatiws 83Ui district tV Kennedy Couuty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustin Celaya Couuty Clerk Joseph Webb Mieriff EC Torio Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Chirapion Collector J A Browno faurvcyor JI rtln Ilanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUXTY COMMISSIONERS FrccinctNo 1 A Vasquez 1recluct No 2 E Kleibtr Priiinct No a F Garcia lreoiuct No I P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays In March June fceptomber and December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J U Klhan Treasurer ft A Forsythe SfcreUry if 11 King bury Attorney Frank Fcullle Suneyor S WBrooks A sxcsso...

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. — 15 February 1894

ri mimtatsssfgattmmHu THEBAILYH3SEALB iWi n < hilinlHlm THURSDAY ESUltlTARY 15 1IERE AND tueUh Theyre shovelling snow Up north they say Virile all the country freezes iVcrc Gathering roses down this wilv Tanned by soft balmy breezes That railroad to Corpus Christi will soon start things humming in this section Pbofxe may lose faith in every thing in tiic heavens above and in fho earth beneath but they rarely lose faith in themselves Mb Bland certainly deserve 6 credit for the perseverance with which he clings to his silver Echcme never losing an opportunity to for ward it Jon nny Cotelanp < xprcsidcnt ot the Texas Press association is now feeling heads for a living in Chicago and utilizing his enrphis energy and time makig labor speeches Secretary Carlisles interview with the 6ivb committee concerning the ho ml issue and other financial iriattcrs proves him to bo a inmi cier of ability far above his Would bo critics The Dole govern incut ffeemB to be firmly established in Hawa...

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. — 15 February 1894

TlIE DAILY HERALD < i BRdWNSVILLfc TSVA do cdrilJESfOXDE TS All communications for this paper should be ac companied by the twine of the nuthor not neccssi rilj lor publication but m e ideuie of b ° 01 lai > ou the part or Uip writer V rite oq one side or the paper In a paia hand Anonyrsous commnnlca tioaa wl1 not be oticeJ The Heeald will notl respojiblefjr the staiemmtj of Its correspondents tiscED cvtjuy rfAY except sunday Entered at the roctoBice browns v ille Texas as second clws matter TllURSHil FEB 15 JaduT Tditw Chnrining weather Fresh Swiss cheese at Jagou s Ceetin J agon lias eoiiie froth pftyiUP J use received at Celestin JagouV ficsh pressed saidim Fresh stuck ttf Little o okcr aiid Dm ham tobaccos at JagouV A detaclitiieiit of soldiers came in from Santa Maiia this afternoon Sra R > 3 CaBttllo died tit the h ouie of her mother in th city this morning Wo are pleased to see Capfc Jetl Kenedy out today afcr an Httack of la grippe The IliitAiD ia on s le at the lot...

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. — 15 February 1894

SSMOMKriR A WHOLESALE ARREST OF IMMIGRANTS Jacksonville Fla Feb 10 A pjiecial cablegram to the Times Union from Key West Fla 6hjf Ninetythree of the Spanish cigH makers who recently arrived here were arrested today by Special Im migration Agent Dishlcr in ac cordance with instructions from the treasury departmens at Wash ington Writs of habeas corpus were im mediate issued in two casts a a test and the defendmts were ar raigned on the following evening before Judge Doarman who after hearing the evidence decided that they were not guilty of violating tlie immigration law and ordered their discharge An appeal was taken by District Attorney Fatter Eon and the two defendants were each placed under bond for appear ance at the appeal trial After the decision writs of habeas corpus were issued in the case of each arrested p rtj The anticipated trouble over the arrests did not teenr This virtually set tles the question until the appeal is heard In the United States distiict court today Judg...

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. — 16 February 1894

vol m ALonjorU DIRECTOR V STATE OFFICERS Governor J03S LIuU Governor SI 31 Cr ue Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner WIi McGauRhey Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson 8upt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTRICr AND COUNTY OFFICEES CongreR man 9th district W H Crain Btate Senator 27th district E AAtlee 3 W J llussell KeprescntatiVcfi8SIUdistrict T yKcnnedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augusta Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb hherin ECForto Treasurer c oapa Assessor G < 0 Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTomajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PrccinctSo 1 AVasquez Precinct No 2 i Hltlber Precinct No 3 F Garcia PrccinctNo4 P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CITY OFTICSRS Mayor Thomai Carson Chief of PoUco J H Klhan Traisurer CAiorsythe Btcrctary Jf B Kingsbury Attorney Surveyor B esessor and Collector U S DISTRICT COURT The followi...

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. — 16 February 1894

1 llhlJ iXJJMLJiiSiilJjl ir j ate a TKEBAiLYHEHALD feltlfr TO amEESI > 0 > DEXT3 Ml 6ommiacitk23 for this piper shoull be ec tompEQlea by the name of the ictlrar not necessa rily forpublication but as evidence of good tilth on the put of the writer Vrtfeoh one side of the paper la a pliin band Anonymous communica tions Trtl not be noticed The HezxLd rillnotb9 responsible fsr the statements of Its corretjondents FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1G Quite a number of wonldbe Tex as postmasters are at present on tho BiXOiu seat J M Geege has been confirm ed as postmaster at Sau Antonio nndthe good people of Tamale villu now have one worry less Hon Wallee 2s Bakeb still keeps an anxious public in euspense awaiting his decision To harmo n ze or not to harmon z tliHt is the question WaUer Which shall it be The name of Qeorgo TV Childe Urexel now appears at the head ol tho editorial colnmns of the Phila dclphia Pnblic Ledger as editor nnd publisher in place of the l te George W Child The HoggClark fig...

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. — 16 February 1894

gg THE DAILY HEIIALD BROWS aYILLfc T vAS ij80ED EVEKY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROJtl FEB 16 WHATS IN A NAME For The Hxsiip Twns oneduy lastSeptemher 1 hat 3Ir Miller tame And made a proposition For a road without a name They who live inJJrownsville Want her name to go in front Corpus Christi wants to lead Maybe shew ill mayb eshe Wont And some insist upon it That El Sauzs the name to take Whilst half a dozen others Want to walk off with the cake But I guess the viejo Miller Is not a losing sleep Bout what hes going to call it Till our fo ks their promise keep And make up all the lionus Which they agreed to H y pay Then each wiJl be entitled To have his little to say How would Lake Superior Brownsville aud Cape Horn From a big mouth colord brakendan Bound on a fro3ty morn tr Tierra del Fuego Corpus Clifisti aed Hopes Pass Would beatt p ancient oxcart The packmule and jackass The rose tis said would smell as sweet By any other nainfr1 A railroads what were wanting And well get there all the...

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. — 16 February 1894

BATTLE ATPwlO Insurgent Forces Beaten of With Heavy Losek Rio do Janeiro Feb 12 At 5 oclock this morning 600 insurgents attacked Armacao and Ponta da Arcla in the vjcinitj ofNictheroy Launches conveying the landing parties left the city of Conceico at 330 a m They succeeded in reaching the mainland without dis covory Then in half mi hour at ter heavy firing on both side the government troops retreatcdj leav ing five officers and forty men pris oners and six officers and fifty men killed At o oclock reinforcements of over 1000 hi riving the government troops again advanced under heavy fire from rifle and machine guns the Krupp battery stationed on the Island of Caju opposite Ponta da Meica also being engaged Da Gatna further attempted to check the advanco of the troops by call ing for reinforcements of 100 men from the Island of Conceico and sending armed launches from the cruiser Libertad close to the shore These efforts stopped the advance and catiscd heavy losses to the gov eminen...

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. — 17 February 1894

< A VOL IL BPSREOTttSfi < uitf of 1oUoe liea > < u rer tocrvAaty Attorney barveyor Assessor end Collector U S BISflBICT COURT Tbe following are the offlcert of end tUe times and plana of helding court tor the Western District of icsum U 8 Dutriet Judge rS xe Attorney CVrk I > H Hal Marshal niiefDopirtyHarsual > B t rmrt coiivtmesin San Antonio oil Ule hrst JIoli uavsiuJjyandKovraiber In Ausuu on the first Jfondaysta February ad In Brownsville on thefiret Monday in January ana jeooud outlay tfij lino In a Kwo on tbe first Mondays in April and Oc tober TWEXTYKKJIITn JUDICAL DISTRICT District Judge 28Ui judical district J C llusscll District Attorney John L Klwier Dstrict Clerk Louis Kowalski Dutriet Court meets a followm Cameron Uonut > Fut XondaS m February and September cuutUuie m season t o weeks Hidalgo fount Fourth Monday alter the first JouJays in Fcbruar and tjeiileinbnr oouIoiubs in sujuou two weeks BU t Ccnnty Sixth Xondays aftr the first rfon cUys in 1ib...

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. — 17 February 1894

t4macsaut Mnjm STHEBAiLYHERAtS JqsF4 Hlhqr SATURDAY FEBRUABY 1 Thu Corpus Christi C ijler is an thority for the following statement When thu fkull of u man who hue died of delirium tremens ia opened the gas which escapes can be ignit cd and burns with a bluish alcuho lie flame Owxu Wistes has a etory in Harpera for February ertittled Balaam and Pedro wnich should bo read by every man who owns a piece of horse flesh It is a story of western ranch life trne to na tnre vividly portraying the lift and ways of ranchman aud show ing np the vicions and despicable character of a man wwho lias no regard for hie dnmb brute Sax Akionio Express Dr Tal mage recently told his congregaton about a dream of heaven which he had at 530 oclock that Sunday morning As the Eermon includ ing the Sunday morning dream had been in type in several news paper offices for three days previous to its delivery we are somewhat puz2led by the pious gentleman statements Did he inHdvertently mix bis date or did ho perp...

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. — 17 February 1894

h fTTT > aat i fefiitiaVtiiiifM < MM argzt m rr SHE DAILY HEllALD lOW SVlLLE 02ya5 tO COEHESPOXDENTSi Ail comnranlcatiOM for this paper should be rc bompuiled by the name of the atitMr notnecessa Hly lor pubUatlioa bat u eridraec of good frith on ths part of the writer Write on one side of the paper In pJua Itxnd Anonymous commnnica tlcni will not be noticed Tuc QttUii will not be itsponxible for tbe itatemenU Of 1U corlespSndcnU jJSDjpliV tlT DAY EXCEPT BUND AT jrFRfiiir peb i7 THE ROYAL ROAD To WEALTH Oltl y are wise Who advertise la winter sprinjj And fall But wiser yet f Ae they yon t > et > Who never let up At all Chicago Tribune J3BOUT TO IfVI The district court held no session todayi r Jdhn Abadie hns just received a enpply ol fine salt fish Thejarmers are beginning to cry Ruin rainl For fresh oysters cooked in any style go to John Abadies The weather hflB been disHgrec ably windy and dusty today When will the use of MeiicaH coin as a basis of trade be abaii1 done...

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. — 17 February 1894

A fcLTj IVOll Oh i iit Ai Vwjl a bin t o i bO ieiiind TLE OF S ABUSE PASS i r i Cliusiiau I of Denmark wms Houston Post over 7 feet tall KoJhing in the hietoiy ot biltlisi between miiud forces ci > m > iris The pitcher plant euarea insects wilh the victory at Sabine Pas nnd ewsillows them but doffs not on September 8 1S53 won lv > digest them Lientcinmt Diik Dowling Mid his little company of forty > two Con federates over the cmnbiueJ imy nnd navy of the Fedends ntidei General WeitZfl A very interost i gaccount of the afftir 1ms recent ly appeared in the New Yoik Herald written by Captain Henry C Dane who was of General Weitzala 6tnff from which vc cxtiact the following accout of the surrender The commander of the fort vas a modest rctuing boyish look ing Iribh lad 19 years of age J could not refrain from laughing in his face when introduced to me ns Lieutenant Dick Dowling who is in commaid of the foil 1 And are you the Saughran I asked who did all flint mischief How ma...

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. — 19 February 1894

9 ft I i u if j r yv V I i Li > f TPj J vol it < K V KKKKCa IIECTG X r Vjdisfeit A Loii5ora SOCSETSES DKPAHTLTKIt For Alice Texas dailyat Rio Grande City Mon day Wed and Triday vtG a in For Point Isabel daily at 9 a in Matamoros Mexico Except Sim day at 030 a m AUKIVAIS From Alice Texas daily at 10 p m Ki Grande TriWeekly at 7 pm ioinc Isabel daily at 0 j im Alatimoroj lexico 130 p in STATE orricEKS GovornBr J S Kogg Xiicnt Governor M > L Cr lie Comptroller r JV McCall Uwd Commissioner AY L JIcGaughcy arreiffiirgr W 15 Wortham Att rnp > CfenerSJ C A Culberson gnpfcjPuulicInstruction J 31 Carlisle distiiic axd couxty oiticeiis Congressman Oth district W II Crain fetntc Senator 27th district B AAtlee Eepresentauves 83th ditiiet Sy County Judge Thoirks Carson County Attorney Anpustin Celayti County Clerk Jofeph Webb Mien E Clorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor w Geo Ulunixrion Collector J A Browne bnrveyor Mutin Hanson Hide Inspector C TJnayo C0U5TT C03IMI3SIOSERS Precinct I7o ...

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. — 19 February 1894

4 f 1 = it PIMM THSBAILYHEJIALD TO COrjIESrONDKNTi Alt colnmunicallcms for tliia i > pe aheuM be ac companied by the name of tlia author not n s a HI for publication but na evident of good fith pa the part of tha writer Vnte o one side of th jHtper m a plain hand Anonjmcnm communica tions nill not bo noticed Tun 11ebu will up bo rcEpcceiblo for the statements of its carrvi > udvuts It seems MONDAY PfJBRUAltY 19 You may break you may shatter Tho vows if you will Hut once vaildod tontltlo Woman clings to it still pECKirAiis fate Btill hangs in the senatorial balance Pjcixcess Colonna now enjoys nn unincumbiiedVtle The proposed railroad to Corpus Chrieti is attracting wi iepread at tcntion El Pabo is not particuhnly inter tBted in tho development of thi section of theVate it seems The Houston Poet is endeavor ing to piomote linrmony by making war on the Matlock committee Sogthwest Texas is the garden epot of the state bnt it wants n little rain jnst now to maka it rboom A move is...

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. — 19 February 1894

r < P I r > jSghft wMMBmiWriaffiTirT iTTiiiir TrrTT infWTm THE DAILY HERALD BltoW SVILLE VfcVAl tJSCED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY jaojiforfjr pes 19 lBijT TOKJT Warm wiatlier today Luoks adittle like rain The grand jury is etill in session Tho days nro rapidly grbwing longer A norther or rain by tomorrow Wo regret to chtonide the illness bf L A lollS6Ctt Mr Villaloboa succeeded in lraviiijj Ins bnilo at Sitla Cilia Inst night We are pleased to see Don Simon Cclayaont todityjafter atj attack oi la giippej The eteamboat MorgHti sailed from Galveston for Brazos at 30 this aitemoon We understand n shipment of 4000 saeka of corn is expected on thu coming 6tealneri The steamership Morgan sailed from Morgan City jestorday alter h ootr at 130with 17 care of freight tome of The IIkrald s subeciib brs ate like the jiumth of Fcbiu ftry always bIioi t when our c Hec tor presents them witfi a bill John Abadie tlie restaurant man on Elizabeth 6fcreet is telling delicious oysters for one bit n ...

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. — 19 February 1894

n f > fx Valuable information Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley casiekoij county Cameron County i < 3 the extreme southern county of Texas It is separated from Mexico bytholtio Grande on the couth and hag about > l 100 miles of uf cooBt as its eaetprn boundary It was organized in 184S and contains 3308 square mifres Jarming and Btoek raising are the principal industries of the people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater ortiou of the soil is n rich ltiom and produces an exceedingly hevy yield of both cotton and coin the chief farm products Two and 8ometime3 three crops of corn aver agiDg from fify to seventy bushels per asre are raised yearly while cotton wilt easily yjeld from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tho year and stocfc find pastur age without being Ld or sheltered daring tho winter But tho soil and climate of tho Lower Itio Grande Valley are by uatiro beat adapted for tho production of veget...

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. — 20 February 1894

J A > 0 < rr > hr r > vol n iBnECTonir STATE OFFICERS Gorcmor J S Hogg Lieut Governor 51 3L Crjne Comptroller J DMcCall Land Commissioner W L McGaughey Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General A Culberson Bupt Public Instruction JMCarlisle METRIC r AND COTJNTV OFFICEE3 Congressman 9tli district f II Crairi Slate Senator 27th dlPtricUi E AAtlee ItepreRentatlvcs 83 tit district WKennedy County Jndgo Thomxq Careon County Attorney Augustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb thenff ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector Ji A Urowno hurveyor v Martin Hanson Hide Inspector Tamayo COUNTT COMMISSIONEDS PreclnctSd 1 A Vasqnez l > recinctNo 2 E Kleiber Precinct No 3 r Garcia Precinct NO 4 P Teres County court meets for civil Criminal and pro bate business on the tirt Mondays In March June September and December CITY OTnCEKS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J II Klhan Treasurer CAFort > ythe i rw Secretary iJfB Kingsbury COBPUS CHRIST Attorney Frank Feuille Su...

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