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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 March 1894

li J UUBArtbUMB fHEBAILYHERALB J as BItit Entered at the PoctoOice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter to coebeSpondents All comniunit Uons fat this piper ehodid be ac ccmpiaicd by the name of the anther not itecessa rfly for publication but as eviden6e of good faith On the part of the writer Write on one side of the barer in a plain hand Anonymona communica- tions Mil not bo noticed Tub HnuLD will not be responsible for tho statements of its correspondents I3SED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SATURDAY MAHCIl 3 THE FLAG INCIDENT Some opponents of Cleveland have taken special delight in f queal ing over tho tact that tho Aineri ein fiig was ordered removed from the government building at Hawaii The following from the report ot the senate committee on foreign re Jations shows that even those who do not agree with the president re- garding his Hawuiiar poli J find no fault with this act Afterward on the 1st day oi February 1893 the American minister caused the flag of the United States t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 March 1894

1 11 4 TBE DAILY HERALD BRjvJSSVILLE TSYAX sjtTuitnur juntas 3 ISttOVT TdftlA Plenty of wind and diiat todHj Tlie Lndiuo Aid sociuiy iesued provisions to 110 applicants tliie iiiurning County Oleik Webb today issutd a marriage license to Lean dro Gon fcdes aud Eugenia Moiitcs Most all of the Browiisvillc attor tieys will leave for Edinburg Mon- day tO attend district court The eteamehip Morgan 6ailed from Morgan City yesterday after iiooii at 130 with 20 cars fre ght The seven months old daughter bf II Reyes died yesterday after hdon at 3 o clock and was buried today El Cronista states that Eitoban Garza of Matamoros was so Incky as to win 1500 in the lottery the other day Wc are 60rry to learn that Mies Geraldine Kelly is quite ill with grip having suffered a relapse of the disease ireparatidhB have been made for a grand thasquerado hall at Santa Cruz tomorrow night Sev oral new features will bu intrbddc bd All cf The Hekald force will likely be on hand Monday having recovered from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 3 March 1894

n EWpfCT TcT Js Corpus Cbristi however a gtcat in Brownsville Cameron Conntyand the Lower Rio Grande Valley CA5IEEON COUNTY Cameron County is tbe extreme aonlhern county of Texas It is separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande ODjthe Bouth and has about 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 square miles FarmiDg and stock raising are tbe principal industries of tbe people the location ciimate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater orlion of the Eoil is a rich laom and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of bofh cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and sometimes three crops of corn aver- aging from fifty to seventy bush6s per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tbe year and stock find pastur- age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the Boil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by nature best adapted for the production of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 March 1894

4 f I I V P t T iliilll I unit W vol n f EtERECTOR a STATE OFFICW1S Governor J S Ilosg Lieut Governor 31 M Cr lie Comptroller J D MeCall Land Commissioner W L McUanglwy Tresurer W 15 Wortliam attorney General C A Culberson gupt 1iiulic Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTKICr AND COUNTY OFriCEliS Congressman 3th district W II Cram fatatc Senator 27 th district B AAtlee W J ltusell Rppresentatives 8 ui district T w Kennedy Comity Judge Thomas Canon County Attorney Augustin Cclaya Comity Clerk Joseph Webb bhcnir EC lorto Tn isurcr c Garea Assessor Oeo Champion Collector J A Ilruwne bunc > r Martin Hanson Hide iusi > ector C Tainayo coustt cojimissioxehs jProrinctKo 1 AVa qucz Precinct Xo 2 E Kleiber lreemct > o 3 1 Garcia Procuiet Jio 4 P Perez Conntr court meets for eml crlmhial and pro- bate business on the first Jiondajs In March June hpptcinber and Deoemlier CITY OFFICERS SInyor Tliomas Carson Chief of lohoe J H Klhan Treasurer ttiKon > jthe borreUry VJL bm Attorney 1aH en1e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 March 1894

w J f I f feajfltaaiii iir ii r rm irMi V i THESAILYH3SIIALB 3wffi Bim r Entered at the Poctoflice lirowns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS AH communications for this paper should bo ac compaiiic < l by the name of the author not necessa- rily lor publication but as evidence of good faith on Ihe part of the writer Write on one side of the > aper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed TBfe HEBALD will not be te8ponsiblefor tire statements of its correspondents MONDAY HAHCH5 Politicians are not infallible It is now exPresident Peixoo of BraziU Texas secma to be theMecca of noted and wealthy tourists this sea- son BockiortNew Eba Never place your trust in another fellows pocket book It takes a biave man to acknow- ledge that his political opinions have undergone a change Santone is still hnrntning mid hawing abotit thatpnltry 100000 bonus lor the wonldbe Gult Shore railroad Some of Congressman Pailey e constituents doubtless think he has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 March 1894

> ki u Sl B Rxci i ft Sa tgJ UzJiM M ° jg ° ajgg 1r THEDAILY HERALD BI10WNSVILLE TSVAS ISSUED EVEliV DAY EXCErT SUNDAY Jlojrnir jnmcn 5 ABOUT TOWN Sercnadera were out in lull blast Saturday night District court will be in session nt llidal o tomorrow The city election is near at hand and no announcements yeU The city schools were reopened this Vnoriiing alter the hoUrta A mw frame cottage is about completed on St Charles street Corn ia retailing in the stores at from 43 to 50 cents an dlmud or peck The cock pit was in lull blast last night in the lbwbr part of v town < to Mrs Geo Kraussoa for SpanishEnglish dictionaries Slie lias just received a lot A theatrical performance will be given shortly in Matamoros by Prof Jesiis Mn Acnfia The southeast wind lias been blowing the last two days hard enough to stir lip a regular curoc Jydon The regular train for the Point v lid not leave today until 12 oclock on account of expectingthe ship in during the day Mr VillalbboB proposes to g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 March 1894

> THE POWER OF TAMAIAN YS1 CUIEFTxUNv Galveston News Mr Oroker is anything but o boustlu1 man lie litis none of the elements of the swaishbnckler lie is n quiet and extremely modest man never dwelling on his own importances or even referring to it and yet he controls mere votes than any other one nrm in the United States In spite of his modcsiy how rverj it is easy to see that he isLa great general tint he is a Nupo Jcon in politic Along with his mild manner there is a palpable iinnnesa and a magnetism about him that accounts for his wonder- ful snecese Notwithstanding he is himself practically the advisory board of the Tammany organi sation win n asked by the reporter if he had no himself held the high positions in the order he smiled and said I never held one of the offices in my lile Not another word did he say no other jfegt explanation would ho make And yet the appointment of a high officer in New York is not made without his knowledge and consent In fact ho names the man wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 March 1894

r < nw 4 wx > V Jnbal Anderson Eurly was born 3 1816 He was graduated at the STATE OFFICERS Governor jf afc S Lieut Governor j DMccSl Treasurer adtaSS Attorney General o A Se gupi Public Instruction J m Carlisle DISTBICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman 9th district W H Crain SUtf Abator 27th district V en Eeprcsentatives 85 th district T > Kennedy County Judge SEStacSSS 8M Ecorto Product No 1 precinct No 2 Precinct No 3 Product No 4 tlounty court meets for civil criminal and pro iato bufuWon the first Jlondajs In March June bopteiubcr and December CITY OFFICERS Thomas Carson Mayor j h Klhm Chief of Police RAForsythe Tre r VVV M U Kingsbury becreCry Prank Feuille Attorney sTwBrooks ureyor OAHicnu jUswibor and Collector U S DISTRICT COURT are the officers of and the limes and following The of hSduig court for the Western District of Texas V 8 District Judge S Attorney D tr uart Clerk ware Aarehal rJ A u Walter Chief Deputy Marshal CoJrt convenes In San Antonio on the first Jl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 March 1894

THEBAILYHEHALB 3 q < BtKhq Entered at the IoctQfflce browns vllle Texas as Secoauclasa matter tSSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COBRESPONDENTS All communications for this paper should be ac- companied by the name of tho author not necessa- rily lor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write ori one side of the in a plain hand Antfnymoris commnntca Saper will not bo noticed The Herald will not bo responsible for the statements of 1U correspondents TUESDAY MARCH 6 These is never a barbcena with- out afew candidates on hand Even extravagant ga gp Hill rule means Tammany fnle nnd the country is not aching for either the poorest man can be in Iris nse of lan M CoNQHassjiAir Wilson i b consid ered out of danger at which the American pnblic rejoices The araoilnt appropriated lor pensions this year will bo 14519 350 lesB than last year Democrat i c economy is beginning to strike in The English house of lord seems lobe about ort its last lege When it topples...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 March 1894

4 4 MB jE AILY HERALD IfBROWNSVILLE TSYAS r ri7jssfx maizeik c 1 ABOUT TOWN beairiful day fio to Leahys for any kind of a ik t Che Point Isabel trnin left today has a Sue assort ie Leahy fr and w it of liquors egiiri > j Jitcad oiler of tho Houston Post 3 found on fourth pag Building and improvement ir 11 going on in Brownsville A tfiariiage license was isued to- y to Victor Martinizand Rufina rta rtaReal Real estate cells nt good prices in rownsvill hard times uotwith inding Mexican dollars were quoted in few York yesterday at 48 5 8 To quotations today No communication from the out de world by to nighta mail 7hit a blessing it will bo when he Miller railroad is built v Tho voters of Brownsville are kill in the dark as to whom they vill bo atked to vote for nt the com ng election for mayor and alder ien The score made at Mrs after joins target practice u Fort jlJiown dame in to late for ptih ica iciii today We will give it in full tomorrow A slight change in temperature was unus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 March 1894

1 c osjrei FIRST DAY IN PRISON tlow iTcltano Passed Iliea First Night in Prison Sing Sing N Y March 2 This morning when Ihc convicts in Sing Sing prison were marched from their sells to the lower dock the last man on the line was John 1T McKntie His hands rested on the shoulders of u horse thief from New Yorki Mcl anc with his companions filed into the large breakfast room and sat down on a rude wooden stool In front of him was a tiu cnp with a pint of black coffee made of burnt bread crust and borne bread4 This wa3 McKinVa first breakfast in prison Unlike B ff Ellison and Prancis Weeks Mc Hane ate his breakfast As soon as brfakfest wa over McKano wa3 maiched to the clothing shop where ho was placed in the hands of an instructor who was to give him his first les6on in cutting trousers McKano spent a sleepless night in his cell and was one of the first men up when the gong was sound ed in bis gallery McKnne atiously inquired if fhere was any danger of the small- pox spreading He was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 March 1894

m I w r I11 I J VOL II i STATE OFFICERS Governor JSIIog IJeut Ootcrnor M 3L Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall Xand Cominiwioncr W L McGaughey Treasurer W B Worttiam Attorney General C A Culberson upt Public Instruction J M Carlisle DISTRICr ASD COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman 9th district W H Crain State Senator U7th distnU E A Atlee W J Kusscll i > > Bcpresentatlyes fijthdistrict T > WKennedy county Judge Thomas Carson iCounty Attorney Augusta Celay County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff liCForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor 0 O Champion Collector J A Browne purveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tauiajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WecinctNo 1 A Vazquez jjPrecinct No 2 EKluber jPrecinct No 3 0 1 3recinct No 4 o Perez Countvcourt meets for civil criminal and pro batc business on thoflrst Mondays in March June Beptcmber and December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson < Chler of loiice J Klh Treasnrcr 1v VorFtLe Secretory 5 KlngSS Jlttnmnv Frank icuille aun Jr SWaBwoLs Assessor and Collector G A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 March 1894

THEBAILYB33EALB 3 ff X Jqssq < D Ml Iiir Entered at the Poctofiice lirowas ville Toxa3 as secondclass matter 133 UED EVEtlY DAY fcXCErT SUNDAY TO CORRESPONDENTS XU communications for thla paper should be ac rompMiied by the name of tbo author not nccessa Jrily lor publication but aa evidence of good laitti on the part of the writer Vrite on one side of the paper In a plain hand Anonymous conimunica tume will hbt be noticed Tins Heboid will not be reeponaiblefor the statements ofits correepondenta WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 Politicians always 51t credit for having a motive for their every wove Meeting ones debts and meeting the bill collector arc strange to say Very different thing The fast young iiihii generally xmtruns his income but doesnt keep tip with his debt Prospecting for gold is all the rage at Laredo now The miners prospects seem golden When Mr Miller dots arrive at Corpus ready to begin woik on the railroad those who accuse him of trying to sell the bonus will fuel that they sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 March 1894

A little daughter was born this morning to Mr and Mrs F B Armstrong Jupiter Pluvius seems to have gotten his irrigating Apparatus in order again Go to Mrs Geo Kiaussed foi Spanish English dietionaiies She w lias just icceived a lot The grip is decreasing somewhat but there arc still a good many ill with it and ticeasiomlly it grabs a- Ires 11 victim Tho score of the shoot 11 Fori Brown yrsterday was accidental hinittud today We will publish it tomorrow The Ieuald publishes sf mu in- teresting budgets today Iroiu itr ltioGraMde Ciy and llidalgo cor- respondents J net received at Mrs Geo t e Kraussos a lot of beautiful china- ware consisting of cups and saucers tete a tete dinner rud toilet fits If all the renders of The Her ALJ were snb ciibers and all our < ti i tuibscribe is would pay up promptly we should have no reason to dod e n treTjilI collectors he following c iiiplfs woreth6 morning licensed to wed byCoun ty Clerk Webb AntonioCabalir i J t u ro and Ysabel Gonzalez Manuel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 March 1894

I fv ferTexb irn itttt Trrri nrms KLEaEttSS XW NAMES A lst JfiiHt is Worth Preserving for ofereiic ° Snean Ib Hebrew a Lily Alma ia Latin the Kindly Gay is Frendi the Leader Job is Hebrew the MonniT Paul ia L itin the Small One Rechel is Hebrew the Lnmb Hugh is Dutch the L > fty Man Clara is Latin the Brght One Margatct is Greek the Pearl lErtrest ia Greek the Serious One Adeline is Greinau the Princess Martin is Latin the Martial One Gilbeit is Saxunj Bright as Gold Eunice is Greek the Fnir Vie lory Jacob iB Hebrew thoSnpplanter Lucius is Latin the Shining One Peter if of Lttiit origin the Rock Minnie ia a diminutive ol Mar- garet Euth is Hebrew and means Beauty Sophia is Greek and means Wisdom Edwin is Saxon > a Happy Con- queror Arabella is Latin the Beautiful Altar Rosamond is Saxon the Rose cf Peace Florence is Latin the Blooming One Agatha is a Greek name the Good One James is of Hebrew origin the Begoiler Isaac a Hebrew name means Laughter Lucy is the feminine of the La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 March 1894

p h I a v + 4 HI h I f V i r I l < A s f VOL II DIRECTORS CTVtflA 1B A3y tefcai i i s < < r lg STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Ilogg Lifut Governor M M Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall IaimI Commissioner W t McGauglioy Treasurer W B Worthatn Attorney General C A Culberson Supt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTRICT AND COUXTT OmCERS Conijreasman Pth district fatatc Senator 27th district Representatives 85th district W H Crain rAAi c WJRussell IT W Qjartcrniibtcr Post aurgeon Kennedy County JnOge Thomas Carson County Attorney Auprubtin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb thenir CCForto Trcnsurcr C Garzi Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Ulde Inspector C Toinayo COU > TY COMMISSIONERS Precinct o 1 AVasquez Precinct No 2 B Kleiber Precinct No 3 V Garcia Precinct No i P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in Jlorch June September and December CITY OFFICERS jlayor ThomiB Carson Chief of Police J H Klha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 March 1894

m IV f B lP PPPPpiP THSBAiLYHSSALQ 5 Entered at the Poctollice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO CORRESPOICDEOTS Xll communications for this paper should be ac ompnicd by Uio name of the author not necessa Tilj lor publication but as evidence of good faith on The part of the writer Write on one bide of the taper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed The IIlhauj will not be responsible for tho statements of its correspondents THURSDAY MARCH 8 The Brazilian in eurrcction ir said to be about ended Chronic idlers dont wear out their shoo leather looking for a i0D Jcst have patienee a little longer nnd the Miller railroad ttrillfnateri alize TnE senate has about perfected the tariff bill but it is probably still far from perfect After Huntington comes Gould and alter Croker Cockran What is it in Texas tint interests these great men Queen Victoria feels little grief at the final departure of the g o m from her council chamb...

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

THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE T YaS 3lerires jr jiarcis s < ABOUT TOWN A Pleasant weather todav Siibscnbe for Thk Ubicald Another slight shower fell last ac ° to Lealiya for any kind of a drink > Everyone is looking pleased over J yesterdays ram j Fresh Ailes 6ausa e and Litnbni ger cheese nt Jacous J No chango is repoited in the price of currency today I ALke Leahy has a line asoit ineut of liquors and cgars The best California Clarets and white wines for silo at Uolestin Ja Hi f k tr gnu b The driver on the Alice mail Iiack reports n good rain along the Toad yetterd iy Go to Mrs Geo Krauze s foi Spanish English dictionaries She iias just received a lot The Herald is on sale at the t tohso rial establishment of L A Roussctl oh Eliztbeth street Sergeant Davis the signal Ferviee officer at Fort Brown ihftrms us that more rain fell np the river to today y A good rain fell ih Matamoros yesterday but it did not ixtcnd Htiy uistanco down the river on either side J lift received at M...

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

V 5 r 1 i J I N i < H fcj m rrntr yrr ryrr ix lVl ill 1 I HllT llTTf W ME8LI0AN MISCELLANY City of Mexico March 3 In 3cmntioal Press Association The government has decided that TAilroad trains will only be allowed to introduce food for three day use without payment It lias been tl > 3 custom though illegal to bring in food for the round trip and even more The Ticanuy Department now decides that companies will be liable for what is brought in here- after Coal has been found of excellent quality and in immense quantities on the line of the Mexico Cuerna vac Pacific RTilroid It is eaid this will cheapen coal so that the cost to the Central R ilroad will be one third of the present amount paid for fuel JThe published rumor that Pres- ident Diaz is going to Yera Cruz is officially denied at nntruo The Mexican Hail way has ac- quired the contract for finishing the work of improving Yera Cruz harbor The city will build a hospital for the accommodation of the police Gen Cirlos X Gutie...

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

JUr i I > i I tJ VOL IT 11ERECTORY STATE OFFICERS Governor li 5z Xieut Goonior mJpSi Comptroller J > D lcG3 taudCommUBioner W McGanRiey W B WorUiam Treasurer At O o a aAGflberjoa Supt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTRICr AND COUNTY OFriCEUS Congressman 9th district W II Craan i fc KepreaenUUves 8Jtli district T w Kennedy ronntvJudce Thomas Carson county curt lll a to Sheriff Sr vvvvvvv cS fi t toor ffil Ulunajo Hido Inspector COUSTY COJ13IISSIOSEKS AVaequez YKe > eT V aarcia P Perez Precinct No 1 JPreclnct No 2 JPrcctnct No 3 precinct No 1 Countv Court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate buJineoa on tho first Mondajs in March June September and December CITY OrFICEKS Thomas Carson Collector A Michel Assessor and U S DIS1BICT COURT tnd the times and Tho following arc tho officers of plice of holdSig court for the Western District of Texas s V S District Judge Attorney n n Hart Clerk i are Marshal Walter v tr rj Chief Deputy Marshal Court convenos in Sau Antonio on th...

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