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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 February 1894

t THEBAILYH3SHALB t TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 Peekdeiga8T the assassin of Curler Harrison ia playing the in sanity dodge for all it is worth xEixow fever baa set in at Rio and has caused more deaths in n fortnight than the entire number slain in the insurrection Another Brazilian insurgent fired on no American ship the other day but sent post haste immediate ly afterwards to apologize saying it was a mistake Da Gama was not so badly wounded after all it seems and has bobbed up serenely to continue making life interestingfor Peixoto and the Brazilian force Although Paris the assassin o Young AI Langdom of Dallas ha6 confessed hie crimp yet herculean eSorts are being made to clear him or at least to ssve his neck Soke of thesit days tho bnuks ol the lower Rio Grande will teem with industrious farmers and numer ous industrial enterprises which will giro employment to all who want it Sexatoe Hill Iihs agmn used the knife he carries for the benefit of Prosident Cleveland in defeating the nomin...

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. — 20 February 1894

r t J r r > IP r V K THE DAILY HERALD BU0TTO5VILLE TSYAS Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclas3 matter TO COBEESPONDESTS All communications for this paper should be ac companied by the nmeof the unmet not necessa rily lor publication lint as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the taper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Qebald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents I3SUIID EVER OA T EXCEPT SUNDAY TtTESD l EB 20 jsbout towjii The Herald office ia short three printers toduy in consctjninco of Which the paper is not as replete With news as is its front Arthur Dear an attache of The Rxkald office has been quite sick for the pBt two weeks with la grippe We are sorry to say he is hot much better today A letter received hero a few < inyB eince from Consul Thanhau Bt r states that he will return here abjut the 2th of this month A telegram was received here today from Sherif...

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. — 20 February 1894

IT lot 4 BrowhBvillo CainQron Comity nnd i tbaLowjer iR io Grando Valley CAjiEnoN county Cameron Connty in the extreme southern county of Texas It i t H8parated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south aud has nbout l100 miles of gnlf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 equaro miles Farming and Btock raising are tut principal industries of the people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater portion of the soil is a rich luoro and pioduces an exceedingly howy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and sometimes threo crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy bnsheB per aare are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tho year and stock find pastur age Without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the 6oil and climate of the lower Rio Grande Valley are by natire best adapted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetables of...

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. — 21 February 1894

k r II xamMmeaKKmzmgmGiMms8ms VQIi mKuaj II E tlliiCTOiZ STATE OFFICSItS Governor JS Hogg Xktit Governor L3LCr ne Comptroller J 1 McCaU Land Uommisi < lostr W L McGaugher TreaBUrer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Inttructiiiu iJ 31 Carlisle DISTUICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman Otli diftrict I W1I train State Senator 27tu district B AAtlee 1 W J llussell Representatives > tli district V Kennedy County Jndgc Thomas Carson County Attorney Angustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb heriff E CPorto Treasurer C Garta AxseSHor Goo Chsuipioa Collector 3 A Urownc Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Taniayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Precinct 27ol AfVasquez lreciuct No 2 E Kleiner Precinct No a7 V Garcia Precinct No 4 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bata tiiiiiium on tlia lirvtiiondays In Murcli June September mid Decemberi C1TT OFFICERS 5tayor Tliomas Carson KU Clnert > r Police J n n Treasurer C A Forwytue Secretory J U Kinsbury Attorney ...

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. — 21 February 1894

n THEBAILYHSEALB J4S34 < D r WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 mgg in iinmnwteattoo aap EirrEsPsl6S is tlie great agent which develops a country and builds up towns Old Boreas eeeniB bunt on tnak ing up for timo lost before the Christmas holiday Senaior IIill at least merite the thanks of Louisiana for a big juicy federal plum Wallbk Baker evidently enjoys the novelty of having all Texas waiting for him to Bpeak and wishes to make the most of it The Aransas Pass Bencon evi dently has a wonldbe congressman in its minds eye Who is it col onel that yon want to put in our WilliamjjHenrys place Jupiter pLuvir3 hns kindly re membered NueceB county or a good portion of it with a two and a half inch rain We con gratulate our neighbors upon their good fortune The white horse in the noted Coughlin case in Chicago playa a very prominent part but the red headed girl has not yet appeared on the scene Perhaps when she ib found the mystery in the case may be solved Senator Whits who huB been appointed to 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. — 21 February 1894

i + y I r i u TVjTffinTJ HSi BROWNSVILLE TSVAS Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter T6 COERESPONDESlS All communications for this piper should be ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rily for publication but as evidence of gddd faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain band Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Hebald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents I2SCED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY EJiBSli1 JP < 21 kibout Tot9jr Another blizzard up north There was no session uf the dis tiict court today Does no one intetidlto run fr mayor or aldermau The MorjjMn stila from BVhzob for Morgan City on Friday next connecting train leaving here at 9 o clock a in Battle day El Alacran is a new journalis tic venture in the Heroic City It tneueurcs about d by 8 incheajabont the smallest uewspaper we have fcver eccni The Cold Ware which wao an nounced by telegrain last night ar rived in g...

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. — 21 February 1894

fit ft k j > e lir Brownsville CameYon Connty and the Lower Rio Grande Valley f < k i t > j j AJiaiEttON ooukty 1 > Cameron Coanly is tbo extreme southern county of Texas It if separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south and has ubout 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 184S and contains 3308 square milee Farming and Dtcck raising are tie principal industries of the people the location ciimato and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater orlion of the soil is a rich laora and pioduces an exceedingly heivy yield of both cotton and coin the chief farm products Twoand pometimes threo crops of coin aver aging from fify to seventy bushed per acre are raised yearly whih cotton wiH easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the jear and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley aro by nature best adapted for the production of v...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 February 1894

ir ir9 it v V t n J > r tS ea fettK > V 9Hr s aj3uaae9K vol n Hi RECTORY SOCIETIES STATE OITICEBS Governor J 3 Hogg Lieut Governor JL il Cr no Comptroller J D McCall Laud Commissioner W L McGaughcy Treasurer W IJ JVortliam Attorney General C A Cnlberon gupt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DlSTBICr AND COUNTT dlTICEHS Congressman 9th district W II Crairi Statu Senator 27tk district E A Atlcc Kcpresentatires 83th district xw Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustin Cclaya County Clerk Joseph Webb bheriff t KCForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor 3artin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY C0J13II3SI0NERS IVecinctNo 1 A Yasquez lTeanct > o 2 E Kleibcr Precinct No 3 V Garcia Precinct No 4 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 or Police J U Klhan Treasurer C A lorsythe Secretary M B Kingsbury Att...

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. — 22 February 1894

fM JJ 7 THSBAILYHSRALQ THURSDAY PEBRUARY 22 Government catiies Jiigh jm then we mnxt havo it Tuk printers yesterday made Thk Herald say that Senntui White the new assoeinIo justice > n abo juroi No douht his Inn or lias been on occaoion an intelli gent juior but what we meant to 6Hy w f of eourui lhat ha is an eminent jurirr After several weeks ot resolute ing and maneuvering San Ant niohas concluded it wifl try w raise 100000 for the mpocd Gulf Shore railroad ami started aff with 827000 promised L Brownsville as much as 100000 was raised at the very start fur the Corpus Christi and Brownsville railroad Mr Cleveland is taid to be very much engrotsed in the piepa ration ot a manuscript the subject of which is a mystcrythe president lefnsing to take anyone into his eoiifidetee And now on the strength of this evidence G rovers enemies are accusing him of the height of atrocities they say lie is Writing novel Wiiai has bicome of that dinct railroad from San Antonio to Brownsville Can...

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. — 22 February 1894

< 7 THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TE AS JEntered at the Poctofiice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS All communication for this paper should be ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rfly for publication but as evidence qf good faith on the part of the wnter v rite on one side of the paper in a plain Land Anonymous communica tions vriU not bo noticed TnE Heuald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents USUBD EVERY DAY EXCEPT 8UNDAY TTUURSD ST FEB 22 UIBOUT Tonv Anuthtr blizzard npnoith All of the ciy EohoiU enjoyed a holiday today Mere was no session of thcllis tiiot coUrt todiiy J JJois do ode intend td run fji inay r or alderman 4 j It member the stcrnship Mor fcm 5 ils from BraA < s tomorrow The IIuialt > regrets to learn hut Miss Florence Kenedy it quite ill We re rdt to leafn that n yoring dcrtaken and vc can only wish eon of M < and Mrs J B Wells i quite tick This being a holiday Wn > hing tt > i o bi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 February 1894

Valuable information Brownsville Cameron Comity mid theXower Rio Grande Vnlloy CAjtcnox county Cameron Comity is tbo extreme southern county of TYxus It ie BSparated from Mexico by the Rio Grande on the south aud has ubout 100 miles of gnlf const as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 square miles Farming and Btcck raising are tie principal industries of the people the location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater ortion of the soil is a rich laom and prodaces an exceedingly heivy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and sometimes three crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy buBb6ls per aore are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find pnstnr age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Hio Grande Valley are by natnre best adapted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetable...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 February 1894

Sf A > v VOL II American Consul Vies Consul Clerk MtlRECPOJlT Commander Q uartermaster post bargeoa V S CCaTOJi LOUSE JohnA SlicUei Collector jUuruham special Deputy A BruAiio Chiet < ierk ileldoii Entry Clurk MEXICAN CONSULATE Consul Acting Cousul F Vailefert A Longoru jjisw tv iT societies STATE OFFICEKS Governor J S Hogg Xieut Governor M 31 Cr ue Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner W L jJcGaugliey Treasurer W B Worthani Attorney General C A Culberson SupL Public Iirstrnclion J 31 Carlisle DISTBICr AND COUl IY 0FFICEH3 Congre mau Oth district W H Crain State Senator 27th district E AAtlee nv j ltusscii Representatives 85th district l T W Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustiu Celaj a Countj Clerk Joseph Webb bheriif EC Forto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne fcurvijyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tainayo COUNTY COJlMISSIONEltS Precinct No 1 ATasauez Jrecinat No 2 E Kleiner Precinct No a F Garcia lTcciuct No 4 PPerez Cou...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 February 1894

TBSBAiLYHSHALB < E BIUlllt TO COHRESPOKDENT3 Alt comanmieitlona for this paper should be ac companied by the same of the author notnecessa rilylor publication but as evijcsco of goodfaitti on the partjrf the writer V riteou dne side of the paprr in a plain hand Atiflajiuous communica tions will not bo noticed The Herald will not be reaponsible for the statements of its correspondents KSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SJTSDAY FRIDAY PEBHUAKY 23 The possibility of an extra ses sion of the state legislature is con tingent upon the action of the sn pieme court in tiie commission ca C < 2S TiiKbulmy winter climate of the lower Rio Grande is slightly du figured by its contact with the norther but it will bo all right in a dav or two The Dole Hawaiian government is still possessed with an intcnsi longing to nestle under the wing ot the American eagle but alas for their hopes the eagle wants no cuek oos in his brood TnE Texas railway commission eases will ptohably be settled be fore long now tha...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 February 1894

r c 4 A hr u It PrTrfTifch rim iii MiB BROWNSVILLE TS AS Entered at the PoctoGice Lrowns rille Texas as secondclass matter FRSDJar P 2ESt 23 LAST NIGHTS JRAlN General Rainfall Along HViT to Laicdo the After a day of drizzling rain yutoidaj the clouds burst foith at about half jmsi nine last night in a hdivy thundeistorm and foi a while vivid lightning flatbed from the clouds followed by heavy rolls of thunder accompanied b > a splendid Booking riirf which last ed for some time A little past midnight another thunder storm but 1 66 violent oecurrcd Alto getiier about an inch and a half oi rain fell Telegraphic repotts received over the military line from Laredo and intervening points say the rain extended all alo g the river to Lire do At Carizzo it was a rcguhii fliod It was also general as lar ns Corpus Christi This is glorions news and is an incalculable blessiugto faimeisjind stockmen in this section As the teliiperatilro did not fall below the Ireesing point the col J em have ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 February 1894

i i 1 < is Ui ggaCBraci wi masisssKsae E agra miJwi um K awai Mira Uiownsville Cameron Comity imo the Lower Rio Grande Valley caMehou county Cameron County ia tbe extrene southern county of Texas It u separated from Mexico by the Iti < Grande on4tbo south and bus about 100 miles of gnf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 184S and contains 3308 square miles Farming and otcck raieiug are tbt principal industries of the people tbe location ciimate and soil beinp admirably adapted for both Tbo greater 1 or ion of tbe soil is a ricb iluom and produces nn exceedingly h9vy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and sometimes three crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy bushes per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasees grow all tbe year and stock find paslur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter Cut tbe soil and climate of the Lower Eio Grande Valley are by nntire best adnpted ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 February 1894

L I t VOL II cc flrtms5F fS RECTORY tiTATE orFlOERS County court meets for civil criminal and pro late budinrasa on the first Mondays in March June bjptcnibcr aid December CITY OFFICERS 3Iayor Chief of Police Treasurer Secretary Attorney Survejor Assessor and Collector U S DISTRICT COURT The followmc are the officera of and the times and pla ofSn courtfor the Western District of Texas s a V S District Judge Attorney I nS Cler Wnr tiitbf Deputy Marshal Z ZZ Court cdnvenes Ui San Antonio on the first Alon djva in Jav and November to Au Tui on thonrst Jondiys m rebruaryaud InJ the first Jonday in Jannary In Bro iSville on tober T v NTrEianrn judicial district districtJ C ItoBeU District Judge 28thjudicial S c2 i uk uu nnnt Court meets as foltovsf cX Syilrat Monday fa February mid 11vofda u LoWy and September oontmue EuVceuTty ondays afer the first ion E FebTu t and September continue m > m j fccijiun three week i loil fert A UMJOTU Governor J S Hogg jr uTo Cr Governor MjM ne Lieut C...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 February 1894

< J I THEBAILYHSHALB S36 gBIt t TO CORRESTQSDSXTS All comrauntcilions for tils r per snonld be ac coiorta JUje name of the author not necessa rily lor pcUictttioa but as evidence or good iiith on tie part of the writer V rite on one side of U e piper in a plain bind Anonymoas communica Hkraid Villnotbe tions will not be notice Thk responsible for the statements of its correspondents ISSDKD EVKIiY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 That triple killing at Houston will not add any bistro to the name of Tex a bfad IIooo democrats should reracm bir ili t no detnucrHt who voted fur George Clark for governor ashamed of tho facr IE The lack of interest exhibited by Shi Atlonio in the Gulf Short railroad euterpriso aurura poorl for the San Antonio Brownsville scheme A kdmbkk of democrats wlvb are repicscnting thtir districts in coi grees seem not to know what they are there for The conplaint no quorum iB heard daily If theie is anything in persevor ance the Brazilian insurgents should...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 February 1894

i i ft ft r 1 f TrdE DAILY HERALD BROWS 3VILLE TS AS Entered at the Poctofflce Browns ville Texas as sdcondclass matteh it + STlTRB i FEES 21 We legiet to learn that Mie ll Msou continues quite ill Tomorrow will bo Sunday Vxo to chinch and pray Tor tliu railroid The city schools were all disu fed ycteiUiy on account of the c nnd damp weather The weather continues ci enough to make overcoatfe mid ade tjuite coi fbrlable The steamship M r an lid lot Sail today but ihe weather is lie Hitinii < r to look favorable for ler crossing the bar tomorrow No business of importance ttas transacted in the dietrict court o day Aoout a hundred attached vvitnessea jeceiVed fees duo them Postmaster Hoyt requests TE Uekald to siato that hereafter Until further notice letters will not be held for eteamcr m l tiuliBB plainly marked via steam cr L redo Times The many tr uiu e of Mrs Paul Hesae will be pleaseU bi learn that elm IB rhtiell hiiprrjvt aftir a short but datigrrouR spell Eckn < a Tw >...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 February 1894

I A i f Valuable information Brownsville Cameron Command the Lower Ilio Grande Ynlloj CAiitaoK coosts Cameron County is the exlrema sontliern couuiy of JTcxub It is separated from Mexico by the Ko Grande oaj he south aud bag ubout 100 miles of gulf coast as its en8tern boundary It waB organized in 184S and contains 330S square miles Farming end stock raising are tbe principal industries of Ibe people the location ciimato and soil being admirably adapted for both Tbe groater orlion of the soil is a rich laom and produces an exceedingly bmvy yield of both cotton and corn the cliief farm products Two and eometime3 three crops of corn aver aging from fifty to seventy busb6B per a2re are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the yanr and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered daring the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Eio Grande Valley are by nutare best adapted for the production of vegetables nnd fruits V...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 February 1894

H 1 i 3 jr I W P i 4 1 s VOL II 32S 32SftitRECTOIfi DEPAETUKE For Alice Texas tlaily at Rio Grande City Mon day Wed and Friday at 0 a m For Point Isabel daily at 9 a in llntamoros Mexico Except hun day at 030 a in A1SK1VATB From Alicn Texa < 5 daily at 10 p m 4 Rio Grande TriWeeH at < pin Fomt lvibel daily at < > pta ilatunoros Mexico 430 p m J31TZlXOZZOS OISlECTOaS 0 p rt Sgy feTATE OFFICERS Oovcmor J 8 Hogg Lieut Governor M 3L Cr ner Comptroller J D HcCall Land Cominissioiior W L McUanghey trpasiver W U Wortham Xttomi General C ACulbefson Bopt rabllc Irtbtruchfln JMCarlisle DlBTBICr AXD C0TOJTX OFFJCFBS Congressman Sill district W H Crain Mate Senator 27th district E AAtlee Representatives Sulh district T v Kenuedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorn jj AURUbtin Cclaya Jounty Clerk Joseph Wobb fclierifl ECForto Treasurur C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Sur or Martin llaiibou Hide Inspector CTaniayo COUNTY COJIJIISSIONEKS I > recinctWo 1 AVasq...

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