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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 March 1894

rHEBAKYHEHAID fy Entered at the Poctoffice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter iSSCEDBVEllY DAY KXCErX SUNDAY TO C0HBES10SI > E1T3 AU emamnnlciUon for this paper should be ac feompcoiedtjythe name of the author Bothcoesss Vfljfor puWlcatton bnt as ertdonce of good faith on Ibe Tart of ths writer Write on one eido of the taper in a plain hind Anonyrious commonlca toro wlU not bo noticed Tax Hrsixs will not be rtipoasttrfs for ths statement of its correspondents TfiURSbAY aiAHClt 13 A VASE OF ONE MAN- POWER General Wheaton in ah inter- view with a press reporter which wo publish elsewhere toduy kindly pnts in a goud word forFort Browns This pOBt is indeed badl in reed of improvement and in faetj onght to be increased to a ten company post Doubtless this would have been done long since bnt for the fact that Uncle Satn has never obtained a title to the reservation Those who are re- sponsible for the failure to settle be vexed question are aso respon eibte for the present conditi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 March 1894

rtMLXtta L TiwfKasTTirtiiif i Trnrirr t h V THEDAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TE AS T T 71 T TBURSDtr MjtRCMi 15 iB IOUT TOWN Subscribe for Tak IIekIld Go to Lenitys br any kind of a drink Old newspapers for pale at 25 cents hundred a The best California Clarets and White viuo6 for silo at Celcslin J a gouV After two days of wind and dust r good shower of rain would be tno t acceptable Paymaster iiamuc r gladdened Urn heart ot tlio Fort Brown boys lod y by pHjing them off The Herald is on Bile at tbe toiieorittl establishment ot L A Koussett on Elizabeth street V District court will convene at Rio Grande City next week when there will be another hegiru ot onr legal light Tlie Alice mall anivca a little late last night owing to tHo strong BoutliPaot wind against whicii it had to travell Ifo you keep house I If 60 you should go and see those two gaso- line 6toruf > j for enlc at cost at Mrs Geo KraufSes A fine piano lias just heen re i ceived b y Mr Geo Itruussc It ia of a splendid inukc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 March 1894

PRESIDENT OF THE M K T IN TEXAS Dcriifon Ttx Mirch 10 Pm Kient II C ItMise Vice President T 0 Purdy Chit f Engineer Wil- son Genera Manager Allen Traffic Manager MiPer Dirieioti Superintendent Welch and Train- Master Snllivxu nil of tlio Rnty arrived last night Irom the upper end of the line fhero in no tigni fiennce in the visit it is e id but taken in connection with tho pres enco in Texas of John D Rocke- feller it gives color to tho theory that there is sumo basis of ftict af tor all in the telegram from Louis rillo published in the News two or threes days ago that tho Kitty man flgement wcie making a deal look- ing to continuous line from the gulf to Newport New Tiro party vras jcined hefe by Superintendent Maxwell and started Boath at 9 n m today tib Fort Worfh THE BANGERS AtKtinfTex March la Tho Adjutant Goneral reports the fol- lowing operations ot tire Frontier Battalion for the month of Fobrn ary 1894 Total arrests 3Scouts 25 attempto arrests not effected 1 REeiitance to c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 March 1894

t CW3si sir uts VOL II MRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Governor 3 8 Hogg Lieut Qcvcruor JL 31 Cr no Comptroller J D McCall land Commissioner W L McGaughey Treasurer W B Worttim Attorney General C A Culberson gnDt Public Instruction J M Carlisle DISTRICr AND COUNTY OFriCERS Congressman OthdUtnct VT II Craln Elite Senator 27th district K AAtlco Bprsscntativee 85th district tI Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Angustin Celaya County Clerk Josejiu Webb > cnff ECForto Treasurer a Garza ffeaaoT Geo Champion Co1 J A Browne Survtyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ErecmctNo 1 AVaaquez irecinaho 2 E Kleibtr Product No 3 F Garcia Pieciuct No 4 P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in Manh June Beptcinber and December crrr officers Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer t Alorsvthc BecreUry tf B Kingsbury Attorney Irank Feullle Surveyor S W Brooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel U a DIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 March 1894

ja l f SP wra sw rHSBMLYHBBaLB Entered at the Poctofilce browns vlllo Texas as sCcondclassmatter I3S0CD JitXftY DAV EXCEPT SUNDAY TO C0imESr0NDENT3 Ml eommnnlcaUons for thU piper should be ac ompDled ij the nsaie of tbe aatUor not necessa Kly rer publication but as evidence or good failh on lh pirt of the writer Write on one sldo or the piper In plain Sand Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed The Heiuld will not be teapoiulblefor th statements of iu correapondonts Friday jiarcii ig BBowNSvixtH is stilt hopefully waiting and watching for Mr Mil- ler The way to address an editor is through the columns of his own paper and not through a con tempo- rary Thomas P Ochiltkbk is adding much to his notoriety in New York City but it is of rather an unen- viable sort Texas politics will probably be- come more interesting after that eu preme court decision on the rail- way commission cases next month Tun Corpus Ohristi Caller will have to come down off its perch ae s political prophet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 March 1894

r py = r = 1 WW B > aytgi V TrblHfr > > ffwaot TSE DAILY HERALD gkn ins alls BROWKSVILLE T V FlttBAr jaJlRCn 16 ABOUT TOWN Clean up the cit Suiumer werther tGday Two new subscribers today The fie aiid moequiio season is at hand Tomorrow will bo tho 17th of Ireland Three customs appointments to- day Go to Leahys lor any kind of a drink Old newspapers for eale at 25 cents a hundred John D vino is a new member of the Brownsville Gun Club FOR SALE 500 eacks Amer ican cm n See Frank Champion Another masquerade ball takes place at SanU Oruz Sunday night Some repairs on street culverts are being made on Washington street A few members of tho Browns viilu Gun Club met Rnd practiced shooting this tiltcrnoou Our noighbors of tho Heroic City nro enjoying the delights of wit hussing circus performance now The tteamehip Morgan 6ailcd from Morgm City for Braz > s San tiflgo t lioO tin s afternoon with 21 cjib of freight A picnic will bo given tomorrow at S tita Rita well about five mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 16 March 1894

EXIT COKE The Senior Senator Not a Can xitdnte for R Elestioin Galveston 2cw Waco Tex March 12 Waller Sv Baker Iwudod the News report- er iho following letter from Sen- ator Coke remarking as he did eo You bco from tho dato of the letter that I have withheld its publication trusting that his nu- merous friends throughout Texas who haVo written htm might prevail upon him to continue in public service bnt his mind seems made up and you may publish liis letter Waehington Feb 25 1894 Hon Waller S Baker Chairman State Democratic Executive Com- mittee Wuco My Dear Sir The numerous inquiries being made as to whether I will bo a candidate for election again to the senate ot tho United States and tho near approach of the time when the election of my BUCtfe Bor mast be considered by the pooplo in con- nection with there choice of mem- bers of tho next lrgislature suggests to rae the propriety of making a pubWo announcement of a de- termination long eince in serious contemplation to retire fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 March 1894

t L r f 4 VOL II BifEinCTOZiy MCXICAS CONSULATE b F Vad fert A Loujoria cat it WJi yiAM societies J31EIj SERVICE 1 r Ti iiMMiIi a M STATE OFFICEKS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Uoernor SI 51 Cr lie Comptroller J D McCall Laml CoininiKsioiier AV Jj McGanglier Treasurer W IJ Wortkani Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J I > I Carlisle UISTEICr AND COUXTV OFFICERS Congressman Oth district btalc Senator 27th district Keprcentame district Kennedy County Judge Thomaa Carson County Attoniej Augustln Celaya County Clerk Joseph Wobb SJienir E C Iorto Treasurer C Garza A tcHsor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Jurt < aur Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUXTY COMMISSIONERS Precinct No 1 A Yafqnez PncinU No 1 E Kleibtr rreuiiii Io 3 F Garcia IitvmctNo i PPerez County court meets for ciul criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondaj in Mirth June September uid December CITY OrFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J II KUiau 2reaur r C Iorsythe berntary J15...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 March 1894

S 3T5PP B Si L yo nju J liHa ii n II I TH3EBAILYHERALB jqssq t8Bty Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas ii3 secondclass matter ISSUED ItVEIlY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COBRESrOXDrNTS All eommnnieations for this psper should be nc csznpsnltd by the nunc of the author not necessa- rily for publication but s ovldence or good faith on h part of the writer Write on one Bide of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will Dot be noticed Tn Hejuld will not be responsiblt for the statement of its correspondents SATURDAY 1IARCII 11 Irrigation of Ihis fertile region Will forever baniah nil fears of famine from drouth Ross is prominently spoken of at a candidate For the senate to suc- ceed Coke The entire state would be pleased to Eee tho little cavalry- man elected ps senator The fool killer seems to have overlooked the classic cily of Roma on tho lower Rio Grande in hie meanderings There is a good snb jeet for the fool kiiler in the afore Enid city The ever ready Bixshooter g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 March 1894

xl LTi r a < THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TE AS SlTUIWulY tf iCfl 17 ABOUT TOWN- S Patricks diy More wind and duet Tlie Biown6ville Gun club hnd h shoot this afternoon J B McAllen sr who has Lein sick is ihiich improved Jlogular train f > r Point Isabel loft Ht 8 o clock thiB morning Tho bteatnBhip Morgan should be off the bur tomorrow night FOR SALE 500 sacks Amer- ican cwin Sen Frank Champion The best California Clarets and white wines for Bile at Oelcstin Ja gnus Two more subscribers today The IlEKALDa subscription book is open for inspection We aru ploated lo statu that Vic- tor Subreu is rapidly recovering from iia severe illness A delegation ot lawyers from Brownsville leavo for Rio Grande City on Monday to attend district conrr Plenty of clouds but still no rain It is not very badly needed just at present however but would bo welcome should it cornel I giiranteo that Armours Com- pound Lard is vqual if not superior to any compi uud lard sold hero Stock on hand write for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 March 1894

PW IPIIII A JASlh BRITTONA RR ED FST viion of pitrbnge between the vvii g3 is stil it vui vcssuy oruitiiy niignanimoui d the pait of the itronger faction J now kindly atlc my friends in the state that my name be not present- ed to the next democratic conven tioii for rcnoinination The purtx lias been good to me and 1 can Mffiid to make the campaign for party gory and rnk no favors Democratic battles have lcen wag- ed by mo since bnyhood dnys and am ready to enter the held agnin E have iicvt been defeated in iny uampntgn and have no tears ilinild I run My solicitation aie stronger now from all p > irts of ihe state than eveiy before in any other eampiiigt especially so from the wes where I have had most to do with the people but I yield Jo the dictates of puty gry ALy mind reveits to the daik days of fratricidal strife ind a period im- mediately following the great war between the nurth and south Democracy ttood in the breach then for the people and will do so again if mcessury Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 March 1894

vol n telRZCTGRY STATE OFflOEIlS Governor 33 Hogg Lieut Governor SI 3ICriue Comptroller J 1 > JlcCall I inmissioner W L ITcGaugliey Treasurer W 11 Wortliam Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J L Carlislo DISTItlcr AND COUSTY OFFICERS rCongressman 9th district W H Cram Btate Senator 27tli district E AAtlce BepresenbtivcsSjtli district w Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson I County Attorney Anguitm Celaya CountyCltrk i Joseph Wobb fcboruT E CForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Goo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martm Hanson 1HiJo Inspector > C Tamayo COUNTS COMMISSIONERS IrccinctKo 1 A Yusquer treclrrtNo 2 II Kleiber Irccuirtlto 3 F Garcia rrccinct > iO 4 P 1arez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays In MarcU June fcytember and December CITT OFFIOEES I Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J II Klhan Treasurer C A lorsytue Secretary M U Kingfebury Attorney Frank Jouillo Surveyor S WIJrooLs Assessor and Collector...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 March 1894

THEDAILYHERALD Jiissi lEft lijt Entered at the Poctofticc Browns ville Texas as secondcLfes matter 135PJ3D KTEISY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COBRESPONDENTS Xfl eommnniciUons for this paper should be ae ceapanSed by the nime of the author no tfeceesa nly for publication but an evidence of good faith on the part of the rnter Write oir oho side of the ptper in a plain hand Anonymous communlea fiens will not be noticed The HcaiLD mil cot be r ap < jnatbl fbrtb statement cf Its correspondents MONDAY lUnCH 1 Texasis getting well np towards the front rank in the manufacttir ing line Governor Waite eeems detef rnined to wadu in blood to hi horeoe bridles after all Thk Bland seigniorage bill now only awaits tire presidents signa- ture tobecome a law Todat the two democratic cm inittees moot in Dallas 2nd per- haps the political fnte of Texas may be decided Thk right sort of congressmen Would be glad to be relieved of the importune demands of their office seeking constituent SoiTe of Mr Grains c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 March 1894

H THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE T2YAS jnbjrnjt w TMficn 19 ABdUT TOWN Holy week begun today The luc l political campaign has opened FOR SALE S00 sacks Amer ican cmn See Frank Champion The best California Clarets and vhitu wince tor Ealo at Celcstin Ja gotis FOR SALE Ten or more shares in the First National Bank of tlie city of Brownsville Apply Ht tins ofiic Tnero mti t have been a blizzard ekiiiuhlicit today the tsg end of it striking Brownsville The dust It is been terrible Tim barometer registered only 2992 siiiuu early this morning np to 330 this afternoon Bad weath- er is anticipated on the gulf A Blight norther came np at about half past six this morning being followed Frvoral hours later by a much stronger wind bringing u regular dust storm I guarantee that Armours Com- pound Ltrd is 1 qua if not superior to any compound lard told here Stock 01 limit write for prices F CiiiiPioH Agont The se < ttubhip Morgan sailed fiom Galveston lor Bihz ob yretir < liy morning bur a te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 March 1894

r MEXICAN M1SCELLVNY City of Mexico M nclt 15 n cran tionil Press Association ilfrli exchange and low iiric j of sii ver camrd merchants to r i 5 the pries of goods In view of the large of Feol ° ° formerly only itn ported goods noV using homo man tifactures Minister of jisstico ami Public Instruction 13 irandij through the inspector of school reminds direc- tors of private cstnliiiehmeiita of learning of their obligations xnd that the government ia determined to enforce the In we The majority of pictures and works of art sent hence to the Chi- cago Exposition hnve been return- ed in a deteriorated state Tho government of the State oi Guerrero is reducing tho salaries ol Governor Legislators and other highor States employes A large amount of Mexican sil- ver dollars are being exported from tho State of Chiapas to Gticlemalj < 3 where they command a premium Exports of honeqnin are enrich ihgthe State of Yncttan which ie not feeling the silver crisis In view of this a number of oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 March 1894

W t = is I VOL II IflltECTOMli lntinistrador kmutdor Actin STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg lieuL Governor M M Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall land Commissioner W L McGaughcy Ureagurcr W B Wortham Attorney General a A Culberson E1 Public Instruction J 51 Carlisle UT TRICr AND COUNTY OFFICEEX Congressman 9tli district W H Craln Ute Senator 27 ta district EA AUeo ileprescntatives 83th district JxW Kennedy Cqunty Judgn Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustln Celaya jounty Clerk Joseph Weljb tariff ECForto 1reasurer C Garza jtiscasor Geo Champion Collector 3 A Brcvne feunvyor Martin Ilausoa Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUXTY COMMISSIONER trctinitNo 1 IX Vasquct lnciu t So 3 EKleiber 1recluct No 3 F Garcia Irccinct N o < P Perex County court meets fur civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CITV OFFICERS Jlayar Thomas Carson Chief of Police J U Klhan Treasurer CA Forsythe Secretary Jf B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Feuille feurveyor S WBrook...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 March 1894

Si rr Entered at the Pcctomoe Isrowss Tilte Texas as s cond lss matter iSSOCD VSRTE 6XY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COnMSPOSDEKTS ll tmnarorittttoiiJ ferftliPP annulate fcmpwsUa by Use asm or ttre anther not necessa- rily 1st ptfblicsti J bat as rrldtsncc of good fallu en tfc rt < sT tfc writer Writ pn x > ne tide x > f the Ync r in plain hand Anonymous wmmunlca 0B wilECt be noticed Thk HuuoJ rfllnotbe t e onatb3 for tbt tUiamentt of it correspondents TUESDAY MARCH 20 i iliniimwniiM Gov WaItb teetat determined t < immortalize himself bnt the pro fecsa jb pretty hard on Denver Inglobious defeat wound up the long but bloodlcai Brazilian insur- rection and now the would be re volutionuls are humbly begging for pardon Bbownivilli is attracting much attention abroad and the fuel that the peoplo of this region are will- ing to paj a handsome bonus for a railroad has been pretty thoroughly advertised So that in case one railroad project faiUj it will proba- bly not be long before another ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 March 1894

v r y V Y w p JUTili mrrinnfi mm rrrrrrmmirr nrirmr TUB DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TS AS T 7jESO f I JBfRCn 20 ABOUT TOWN PROPOSALS FOR HAY OFFICE OF CI1IKb Quartertermas er De- partment of Tex is San Antonio Tex- as March 10 189L Sealed proposals for furnishing and delivering of 650000 pound of Hay at Fort Ringgold Tex- as during reuiaiuder of fiical year end- ing June 301S91 will bo received at this office until 12 oclock m Apiilo 1894 and opened immediately thereaf- ter Specifications general instruc- tions to biddersand blank foruis or pro- posals will be furnished on applicafion to this office G C SMITH Major and Quartermaster TJ S Army Chief 4 Trift e7 A MEXICAN YE1ERAN DIES A 11 ngod man who was a veteran of the Independence war of Muxi co known generally as lUncle PaECtialito dud at Celestino Ja goue ranch EperanEa 1 Snnday morning at 2 o clock His exact Re d the council proceeding to age is not known but lio must bu lound elscwntre in Tag Hek have been considerably over a lai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 20 March 1894

s EX 10AN AUSCELLU4Y AJwy of 3txTco M rch l8 r rrastiimtl iVoa A si ci tioi Toiiny hc fc t tf Our L dy of the Door s of celultrateft s a feint of ft iwitf u ing celdforttcil in tlm tity in Aloitleda Paik There ttere timiy rl iter httoilla and giria sell- ing d iwcrfe Lirge crowds of hII Classes ttore t La Vnji and nlong the banks of thcj old c n l there wvro til insaiidd of ctrri > gtF hor e meu and poojlo on fo t There was an inviienjc amount of fl iwer tjscd by the nri6toeracy of the city The police trreetcd nx my piekpock The reprcentatit e of mi Am ri tun yndicato is lure arranging for four Urg8breding Untfa through- out the country and will probably erect race truck alongaide the bts Iiltri but they will be run on diffei cut principles to that at Putiou where Pate failed in miking a buc cci Wednesday afternoon tho prtpils of tire high icliool in this city de minded a vacation which was re- fused whercrpoti they commenced potinc The police interlered and tho boys fought them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 21 March 1894

VOLt 1I IHRECTORY hTATK 0FFICEI1S Governor 1 3S Ilogg irat G < ncnior M M Cr ne Comptroller J D M < = 0 H fend Commissioner Wh McGangliey Treasurer V U Wortliam Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle UISTKICr AXD COUXTY OFFICERS Congressman Sth district W 1L Crain btate Senator 27th district E AAtIee W J Kussell llepresentatlvcs Sotu district lT < wKenncdy County Judgo Thomas Carson County Attornej AUgusun Celaya County ClerV Joseph Webb Sheriff HCForto jTrOihurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne burvcyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COJ1MISSIOXEBS Precinct Ko 1 A Vastier Precinct No 2 t Kleibcr i > reclnit No 3 F G Precinct No 4 PPerez County court meets for tavd criminal and pro- bate business on the first Jlondajs in March June September and December CITY OFFICERS Hj yor ThomasCarson fewer or Poui f11 Ireasarcr VAAor8 itlje Hccretary VB Kingsbury Attorney Frank tcuille purveyor Vff Assessor and Collector ...

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