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

V t J I N A A 3 mnmmmmm HfWn i r m THEBAttYHERALB mSsuHn < issi h4t Entered at the Foctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO CORRESPONDENTS Xlt communications for this paper should be ac- companied by the name of the nuthor not necessa- rily lor publication but asevidcnceof good faith on the part of the wnter W rite 6n one bide Of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions dU not be noticed The Hebald vrillnotbo JrttponiiWefor the statements of its correspondents FRIDAY MAltOlt 9 Peace eeerna imminent in the ranks of the etato democracy What will thoso who have been longing for a light do now Cokpcs Christi is pulling foi that deep water bonus in earnest She should leave no stone unturn cd in her efforts to secure it New finds of gold are reported almost daily Tho yellow metal has grown extremely popular sinci its white cousin has gotten so many backsets SoitE people 6ny that Gladstone was hounded out of political life but it ...

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

i i T I i xV I I > ft 4s THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE T2vaS JFjRIOSi JSAIICH 9 ABOUT TOWN Fine weather this for vegetation Thcro will bo a ball given at the rooms of the Blue club tomorrow tiigh B eeball is the principal Htntisc went of the pupils at St JoRi ph e sullege The Alice mnil arrived at 7 o eock hi6t evening > A slight rise in the river will probahly result from tne late rain A marriage license was issued to- day to John Simon jr and Julia Bronghtuii The cold wave predicted by Weather Prophet Foster is somi what overdue Cameron county farmers are generally replanting their crops ol Corn and beans Go to Mh Geo KniVis = e1a for Spanish English dictionaries She lias just received a lot A large quantity of fish came up on yesterdays Rio Grande train br tlie city mArket Some of oiir local Spanish con- temporaries are not received reg- ularly at The HkitALD offieel Tue Heeald is on Bile at the tousorial establishment of L A yRoUrsett on Elizabeth street We regret to learii...

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

MXIOAN MISOELLAN City of Mexico March 5 In temational PrcEs Association It C Pale has succeeded in sotting a- part of the indebtedncBB of the late race horse neeociation but some creditors will he out So much cofifeo has been sold for exportation that it is scarcu and bigt in the local market Orrin is preparing an aquatic pantomime It is officially denied thnt the Governor ot the State of Yem < Jrn2 has resigned It is expected that over 1000 prominent American journalists will Vicit Mexico in April The American newspaper mail o Mexico increased 100 per cent last year Many Mfxiouis now take Anerican principally San Antonio and Sr Louis news- papers Several American newspapers tiesert that Mexico is bound to Afcfnnltin her payments of interest tne same as Gtirtemala but what they base such assertions on is not stated for Mexico is paying her debts punctually and in all prob abilily will continue to do so for President Daiz and Finance Minis- ter LimantoKr are determined to stick to...

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

t O I h h 4 > y VOL II fiitECTOKir fe F Jailefert A Longona STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor M M Cr ne > omptroller J D IKCall Xand CommiBsioner VT L McGaugbey V 1 Wortliain O A Culberson uction J M Carlisle s cgttktc orncEits foiiEtrict W ILCrain L E AAtlee district WJKussell Ath district T > y Kennedy Thomas Carson An mstin Celaya Joseph Webb ECForto C Garza Geo Champion J A Browne m Martin Hanson ipectorV CTamayo COUNTY COiUlI3SIOXEK3 lrlVo i AVasquez Precinct No 3 i > lw Plerez PecinctNo4 County court meets for civil criminal and pro We business on the first Mondays In March June September and December CITY OFFICERS Thomas Carson p z r Lfo Z r Assessor and Collector aucnei V S DISTRICT COURT The following are the officers of and the times and pW SfhSSuu court for the Western DUlriU of Texas S Max y U S District Judge Attorney y Uart Cleric t y ttaro Marshal j waltcr Chief Deputy Marshal Court convenes in SanAutomo on the nmt Mon ns rth nWs ia Fcbru and...

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

6 THSSAILYHEHALB < g w t Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVfiUY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO CORRESPONDENTS All communication for this paper should be ac eompanlod by the name of the author cot necesss nljfor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the vniter Vrite on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica > lions will not bo noticed The Hebatd will not be rtsponslblefor the statements of Its correspondents SATUBDAY MARCH 10 GENERAL JUAN CORTINA Commenting on a short remark in The Herald about Juan Nepo mueina CortiuHj the Corpus Chris- ti Caller snyp The moat extraordinary thing about Cortina was tlio faculty he had of keeping hie muiith ehut which is very different from the usual border bandit who generally spends one day in bre king law6 and two days in recounting his ex- ploits Cortina wo believe made only one raid into Texa3 and this raid is no doubt still fresh in tho minds of many people now living in...

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

V m Lst California Clarets and es For fiiVo at Oele stin Ja it for railroad news next Mr Miller will soon be on The directors of the First Nation bunk held a meeting this after Hion Go to Mrs Geo Kra usses for r Spanish English dictionaries She lias just received a lot The Herald is on sale at the tousorial establishment ot L A jRousselt oh Eliz beth street Tiic usual number of applicants Were fiirnibheti with provisions by the IWdies Aid society Hub moril Ulg Mexican laborers are complain md ot hard times Wait till Mr Miller codes and there will b u woik lor the uiicmp oyc Uur dentist Dr Thurn will Start on his anriiiul trip up the riv- er next month lie wilt be ubsciit a mouth or six weeks J list received at Mrs deI KrausseV a hit of beititifiil cliiim ware consisting of cups and saucers iete a fete dinner and fciolct setsi Mrs K See in rausso H ad tbdiy She is ageni for Jits ioirlb stoniS Grid griarmifcea to sell tombstones cheaper than tliey cm be bought elicwht rvl By an oversi...

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

W irinrmrTTrffrfinprfriiafiiWT irnaf ir r T8EPSESS ON GLADSTONE Ilttstrtirg Dhpitch As to ihu foildnets for the title of nobility Mr < 5ludatoneha6 always been eu petior to that He could have eectirel a peerage for the atking or without it on several occasions but iio Las chosen to stick more con- sistently than Pitt did to the title t T the great commoner sf Atlanta Journal The retire- ment of Mr Gad6toio will bo an tjvent of which the whole woild v ll take note and which will iiimk en epoch in English Iiitmy Even shoald ho ictire from office as long as he lives he will be the real harder of the liberal pa ty and the most powerful personality in < 5reat Britnn Memphis Appeal lie btgan public life in lS32 at the ago of 23 in the reign of George IV and six years before Queen Victoiia commenced to reign Ilis lift since has been more eventtul than any politician r r man of letters of modern times and he is nnqucstion ably the greatest statesman of thi century New Yoik Mail and Ex...

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

t > > T VOL II E9IREVTOKJT J STATE OFFICERS potcrnor loss Lieut Goternor M 3L Crne Comiitrollcr J D McCall Land ComuiUaioucr VT L McOausliey Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General a A Culberson gupt Tublic Instruction J M Carlisle DISTBICr AXD COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman Oth district W II Crain State Senator 27tU dihtrict E AAtlee W J Russell Representatives 8jUi district T w Kcmlcdy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Austin Cclafa County Clerk JoJ el Sc bhentr ECForto Treasurer Uh Ga za Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Rrowue aurvejor Martin Hanson llide Inspector C Ximayo county commissioners irecinct No 1 V 102 Irecinct No J r i a lYcemctNo3 Ifr Irecinct No i llercz County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate lmsines on the first Mondayb in March June September and December CITY OFFICERS Thomas Carson Chief jjaJor of lohcoV 3 Klh Treasurer vVlV ftvrctarv u Ivingsbuo Attorned Frank reuille y oy un o ViVTt Assessor and Collector U A Miuiu U S DIS1RICT COURT...

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

kna UUX ri > THEBMLYHEBALS J ssi Btj Entered at the Poctoffice Browns villo Teras as secondclass matter J58UED EVfcllY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COERESPOSDENTS All communications for this paper should be ac toompauled by the name of the author not necesss tily for publication but as evidence of good faith pn the part of the writer Write on one bide of the taper la a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not bo noticed The Herald will not be responsible for the statement of its correspondents MONDAY ilAKCII 12 The tariff bill has at Inst lieen completed by tlio committee having it in charge The g mbling sena- tors will now play to a full house GiN JtJAu Cortina who WflP recently thought to bo on his death- bed ia now reported out of dangei Ho will continue to mike lifo in teresiing for the gtiartft of Mexico City which is his prison One week from today the con- tention of the Baker and Matlock committees will occnr when it is hoped the two leaders will pour oil on the troubled wat...

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

A L THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE T2YAS Tiojj wjr jiJtncn 12 ABOUT TOWN Warm weather today the expense of the charitably in- clined The Corpus Chrieti Caller roports a characteristic incident A Mexican woman had a good position as cook for an American family in this city Recently when the appeal for aid from Stair county reached Corpus Chnsti our people responded with a liberal sup- ply of provisions In some way it becani tutnorcd around that these provisions were to be distributed to the po ir alike all over this sictidn Accoidingly jwhen the woman above all jded to learned tint pro- visions were to bo distribnteU to M xican she informed those for whom sho cooked that she could not cook for them any longer as the Jiovernmcnt was going to teed her and her Ot course charita blc people will make a ccrtian allow anco for the ignorance of these peo pie but th re are tiims when it is necessary to impart kt oWledge by appearing harrh therelore it would be uncharitable to bestow charity on ...

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

0 ACTUAL STARVATIONj MEXICAN MISCELLANY City oE Mexico March 8 In- ternational Pre 8 Association Assistant Secretary of War Gen Escuduro is dangerously ill The City Coucil ndvertipca for- bids to build a new ball ring in this city The dueling fever is rampant in this city California partiesare buying and working coffee lands in this coun- try on the Pacific coast Gen Jesus Arechiga Governor of the State of Zicatecae has left for home The Mexican Jockey Club An- nounces fpring races The tunnel for drainage of this valley will be officially inaugurated May 5 and a fresh impetus will bo given to work on the canal Tho prico of cufieo is rising Planters olaim they find a market for all they can produce aboard Rich quicksilver deposits have been discovered in the Slate of Guerrero Gen Cortina is now completely out of danger Telegrams from London state that tho resignation of Gladstone it is believed will have no imme diate effect on silver as the same old Cabinet remains in power and ther...

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

1 4 tfeSflSQ Mayor Chief of Police Treasurer Secretary Attorney Commander Juarenuxjter 1Oot Surgoon fS sr VOIr II tilRnCTO fi Governor Lieut Go eruor Comptroller v STATE OFFICERS J SRosg M SI Cr lie J D McCall U < iOominu louer V L McOaughey KLgurer w Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson BupU Public Instruction J 51 Carlisle IlISTEICr AXD COOXTT OFriCEBS Concteapman Otn district WJI Craln liUte Senator 27tb district r A Alice W J Kussell Representatives Eotli district T w Kennedy Tlioma3 Carson County Jodge Ansuetin Ce a County AlUTruey County Clerk Jo eIn J 1 n v orto fchenff rTe ircr c 0arla AH wor < Champion Collector VJ e M r burvejor Hide Inspector c xaihjju COUNTY COJlMISSIONKItS frrcclactKo1 Aa W VivcinctNo2 KiubVr Ieuintjio J CI 1rcUnctNoi P Perei County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business en the first Monday in JUrcn June Btnleuber mid December CUV OFFICERS Thomas Carson J II Kllwu C AFortjUio Jll Kiunsbury 1rani 1euillo b wuroous Surveyor rk A ili...

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

Crncgi Puck X f tfiu Homestead mill hnvo been com pvllvd wpRy tucKoYerumcnt llO 000 for thiMr fajlnre to make armor plates conforming to tho specific tiona of their contVnct with the gov enimcnt mid i unl to tho highest test imposed upon them by the na- val HMthoritU8 Tho Homestead company resisted Uo payment ol the money utitil all oppoihuiitiesoi rcfiittaoee Were ckhatMed but weie filially compelled to make good the governments hisses and redeem tho obligations it h d entered into at the time the contract was made It was not for tariff protection that Carnegie mid Friek made their great contributions to the ifcepubli cati campaign fund in 1S92 They liad then as much tariff protection as Mr Curtiegiu had asked for when be filled out tho blanks in the steel and iron schedules ol the Mc Kinlcy bills It was projection of another sort they were after then as tho Repub- licans charged at the time With a Carnegie Secretary of tho Navy in Mr Clevelands Cabinet the iin perfect armor would ...

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

R 4 t h it WE DAILY HERALD BHGWNSVIIXE TSVAS T Sfe fc f C 13 THE OFFICESEEKERS WISH vMy friends V > ncestd I took the < caW Ke murmured with a sigh J as why cast I further go A adj romehowrea h the pie Washington Star ABOUT TOWN t Warm weather today Wind and d si made Walking father unpleasant today We are pleased toataie that Rev < J Port mess is better today Mexican silver dollars are quot tni in Nuw York today at SfeentiM The best California Glanets and white wines ibr ailo at Oclestiu Ja Ouk t A regular meeting of the Knights of Honor lodge takes place tonight The steamship Morgan is bnlle lined to sail from Morgan Ctty on FridHy We ieitrn from Acting Consul Longoria that Consul Maillcfcit is nt present in Monterey SALESMEN wanted Free paid outfit Ono of our agents hue earned over 20 000 in five year j k 6 Box 1371 New York Frank Champion tho commi on gcnt was btisily engaged to da superintending tho storing ol two car loads of lard in canp and barrels in iiii sorcrooth...

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

F 5sa pr MR KILGORKS ANECDOTE During one of the roll oilte yea tcrday Jin R cJ Was standing in the rear of the hall ot the liouo With Ufa hand upon the head of Mr KLilgore That reminds mc of a story enid Mr Talbcrt of South Carolina who occupied the ect next of Mr ilgore Letfi have it eaiJ the T wp hum and the Maine man in a 8uri of duet Well eaid Mr Talbcrtj a sail- or landing in a seaport town one Sunday thought he would go to church The edifice was crowded but he finally found a place on the pulpit platform directly under- neath the prenchcr The minister warmed up in his appeal to the un- converted Noticing that the sail- or was a stranger ho bant ov < r him grasped him by the hair of his head and impressively shouted My dear sir do you know that yon aro going straight to heli 1 shouldnt wonder 5 eaid the sailor looking up I sec the devil lias got mo oy the back of my head Now said Mr Talbert to Mi lleed I dont mean to compare yon to the devil Dont say a word intemtpted Mr Ree...

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

II > t I y f vol it WPii 1g jg WP > ito mmmm > mi < > w w4i iltiu i 11 1 m nwiji i mi > imf mmm vmw mmwmw mfViSf v j t y N rr nmzcToiiv MJBeWHJTWHTrLK aXilV J l rJ til i iJU SGCSETXES STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg LiouL Governor M M Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner W L McGaiighey Tre urer W B Worlliain Attorney Geueral C A CulberHon Bupt Puplic Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTBICr AND COUNTi OFFICE1IS Congressman 9th district SUte Senator 27Ui distiict W 11 Cram F AAtlec W J Km cU Representatives 8oth district T w Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson Count Attorney Augustiu Celaya Coanty Clerk Joseph Webb bheritf li C Forto lreisurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collator J A Urowno burvejor Murtln Ilanbon IIidelnsi > tctor C Tumayo COUNTY C03D1ISSIONEKS Precinct No 1 A Vasquez lrccmct No 2 E Kleiber Precinct No 3 F Garcia ProduUNo 1 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March June September jiid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 14 March 1894

jriy TT i TT r rr rr d THE BMLYHEBALB t i J ss 3BHtqrt Entered at tho Poctofilce Browns ville Texas as secendclaS3 matter kaSOBD YERY DA EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COBRE3P02TOENTS ill ommnniofcUons for this piper khotila be c oapKsIed by the name of the author not neceuv tUj for publication but u evidence of good faith On the part cf the writer Write on one tide of the Vaper In a plain hsnd Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed Tar Hkbald wUlnotbe fcsjponilbHfor tho statement of lft corretpondenu WEDNkSDAY > MARCH 14 HIDALGO COURT NOTES irom Our Eegular Correspondent HidalgoTex March 10 Court rnet pursuant to rc ccB The crim- inal docket was tlicu taken tip with the following proceedings Btalo of TeirtB t Manuel jaimosj embezzlement of a horse cou tinned State of Texas vb Vi ordifors tape after exhausting thu Ispecirl venire for this causoj the difltflct attdrtley anl oUnced that ifc would be limpoeBiblo lbv < h Uhi a jury > and a change of venue to Cameron Conniy was ordere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 14 March 1894

E I I THE DAILY HERALD ens photogrnphs and found them to be very fine woikmauship If you want your picure taken or want old and faded phut < g > aphs re newed be sureto call at hi gallr ry corner of Washington and Itth i streete Read hia Ad elsewhere in BROWNSVILLE T2YAS nEDJrESDrfl JflJlRCBL 14 ABOUT TOWtf Fur the latuet Spanish music go i > l to Emilu Klcibor JBotiea del Aguili lias received a lot of Spanish music Brother Deck was an attendant at the Knights ot Honor meeting Inst night Paymaster Hathncr ill py off the Boldiers nt Fort Brown tomor- row The building occupied as the American cousuUto in Mntamnros is being inijiruvfcd by painting the blinds t t t Seu change in tlio advertisement oi rank Champion the commis- sion mutrliant to bo found on first pngThe The schooner Willie Ann sailed from Galveston yesterday for Point Isabel with a cargo of produce and lumber TJo yoii keep Iioiise If so you should go and see those two gaso- line stoves tor sale at cost at Mrs Geo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 14 March 1894

ii GENERAL EAl LYS ROANC The Interesting Iteason Why Ho Never Mmritd ISarly never married A pretty votnance u tod about him When lie whs a young Lii ntciiint in 1S37 lie appeared at the Greenbriai White Stilphur bpiings in brilliant uniform and riding a splendid etui lion One da shortly after lib had gone out or a ride a bu utifu young lady from Philadelphia a debutante spending lur firtt season at 1 co White diove ofr in her carriage She had never met the young Lieutenant JJear the the spring is a small crcik usually only a few feet deep But on that afternoon it w6 ewollen stream of mad muddy wat era sent down from the mountain- side alter a long rain of the daybe fore Towards the stream the car riage rolled and just before reach- ing it passed the Lieutenant At the banks of the creek the driver paused a second and then think- ing that he could make it urged bis horses in Before the team had reached the mid lie of thejlroain However tiicy were washed off their feetyand with the flo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 March 1894

r Precinct No I Precinct No 2 IiCclnctNQ 3 Precinct No i Kl Bddoa VOL IT SilRECTOIlY STATE OFFICERS societies SUMBHtfifiMttMitaiUUalii Ai Vas < iuez KKleiber F Garcia PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bi > ljju inea8 on the first Mondayu in March June Sejfreiuber arid December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer CAForaytho Secretary Jlli Kingsbury Attorney Frank FeuUle Surveyor S XV Brooks Assessor and Collector O A Michel U 8 DISTRICT COURT The following arc the ouicers of and the times and places of holding court for the Western District of Texas Clerk D HIIart Marshal BC Ware Chief Deputy Marshal J BXValtcr Court convenes In San Antonio on the first Mon- days lu J y and November In Austin on the first Mondays in February and July In Brownsville on the first ifonday in January I tr and second jJonday in June In El Paso on the first Mondays in April and Oc tobcr WENTYEIGHTH JDDICIL DISTRICT District Judge 2Sth Judicial dist...

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