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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 March 1894

li 52L Tjy fH AHXH A 5 lSTir > R Yandell of El Paso gives Secretary Morton some excellent Hints en tho fiec distribution of afteds by congressmen Tho en I srprisipg representntivda would Jetter find some other way of seek ihgpopularity than by woiRMng Uncle Sam for stale seeds which liivo b een palmed off on the old gentleman Tair Reaville Bee evidontlj thinks there pan be too much of a good thing It eaysf Hon Dave Culbersons prccocions kids will doubtless keep him from succeeding Coke as United States senator With one son a federal district at tbrnor another a leading candidate for governor it is riot likely the people will elect Cu lbera n senior to trie senate thongh by far the Sest material A n Italian in San Francisco eUimB odjare invented a perpetual mofidn machine sud he fs not at all crazy about it Judging by a recentiocount in tho San Francisco j3xarnincrtheinTentor seoius real Jy tohave accomplished this druam tthrcirhas so longoccupied both tfo Waging nrtd sleeping hou...

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 March 1894

P JSF TFIE DAILY ILERALB BROWNSVILLE TEVAS 3F 3 fJ JE7JS 5 SSJ111CI1 21 OUOKS OF SPRINGTIME Again the spring her robe of green l krows over frlls and valleysj And bring nuin her ollors rate Of all toopungent alleys Washington News about town Glean tip the city The weather still continues wind and dusty The public school wilj co closed tomorrow ard also on Friday FOR SALE 500 sacks Atuet caricoiu See Frnk Champion The reguld train for Point Isabel will leave tomorrow t 3 oclock in stead of 830 jolin Duviriu llis tUded his name d the membership of the Brofaiievillo gun club The city election id now leas than two weeks off and stili tlieru Sire no candidates nnnouueod FOR SALE Teh or hi bre felt ires iri tile First National Bunk of tile city of Rrbwiisville Applj at this olrici Tim schooner Willio Aim rirriv cd at Point Isnbelthis afternoon at 1 oclock Irom Galvestbri witli a cargo of corn and flour Tho stoaiiisliip Morgan sailed from Galveston at G o clock this rioniing and will doubt...

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 March 1894

JV 0 > A MlvSTERIOCS HAN Slack WUiUingJon the Confed tirntc Scoftt is Dei i There died recently in Texas a man who vHe ftom jiret to last a hijetcry to his friends b well af tiiictritcs A creature of iho war he knev nothing of fear could subject Himself to the severest hardships without a murmur wn enrronnded with an impenetrable mystery and preserved his inccgni to to the last lie first made hie appearAnco in the brigade of Gen Moaby in the Confederate cavalry lie vis then a man of perhaps twentyseven years tall and commanding in pre sence black huir nnd eyes and mi exceedingly swarthy complexion Ho was one of the best riders nnd ehota n the famous command Ilia face always held its cairn stony ex pression and ho waB never known to be under the influence of excite ment of any kind Soon he we detailed as a scout and the ony nam tho soldiers had for him was Whittington or Black Whitting ton the scout Though in many desperate handto hand encounters he wb never wounded and his judg i...

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 March 1894

m LVT VOL He EiiZlECTOIlV U S District Judge Attorney Jarehal Chief Deputy Marshal MEXICAN CONSULATE t r MsilJat X i on oria goCZEtEES wiat sEnncE STATE 0FFIC3KS Gorernor J S Hogg Lieut Governor SI M Cr no Comptroller J V McCall aml Commissionerk WL lIcGaugley Jregurcr TV B Wortham Attorney General C A Cnlbereon BupWVPublic Instruction J 21 Carlisle DIStBICr ASD CriffXTT OFFICERS Congressman Otli district W H Crain Elate Senator 27tU district E AAtlce Representatives 85th district iy County Jndge Tliomas Carson County Attorney ngubtin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff E CTorto tfre i > urer C Garza Assessor vGeo Champion Collector J A Browne purveyor Martin Ilanson Uidc Inspector C Taniajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Precinct No I A Vasquez Precint No 2 E KleiDer lrecinct No 3 r Ciarcia Precinct No 4 P Perez I County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on tbo hrst Mondays in iliirdi June September and December crff officers Jlayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J I...

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 March 1894

cv b jp p > ji > wtoii iui i > M r j 11 aw CHS aiETHiSSSn aefittH soxakcei J What will he do with it Ii the question of the d y amongst con greBSmen regarding the probable action of the president regarding the seigniorage bill Battor eign it G rover pino the nlumniic calls the tfeajoti now with u btrt spring has been vritlj u on the lower Kin < 3rando for iodic timo paaf and the present season is more like sum mer Thi row between Governor Waitu and the Denver polico and ilro board has been referred for tet tlemeut to the supreme court That Kddy will have to decide whether a policeman San be boJsed by the governor of hie etalo or vice versa Whether the cop is bosa a per losing qliMtion Jd doing by the number of aui cidee which have occurred lately in San Antonio the people of thai city tnilttIiaVo formed them elvee iiito one vast suicide club We dont think they are much to blame tither for tbey must feci disgraced on account oftheir failure to raise a paltry 100000to secu...

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 March 1894

l V THE DAILY HERALD valuable collection J arrested for forgery Policeman Severinne T Garza MtOWNSVTLLE TSVAS THirnsgpf iKJncEi1i < i < ABOUT TOWN FOR SAUK 500 sacks Anier ieaiicufM Sou Frnrik Champion Victor Sebree after x husle with U grippe was out reslercUy after tlUHti FOR SALE Toti or more iUncB in tin First Nitiunal Bank of the cfiy of BivVn6vI c Apply t this otUe Oiiy Engineer Bmots Has this w ik located fur Air F Yrurria three Iota in Mt efc 122 on Madison ctrourj an i two iols m Boqk 30 on Lcvcc street Tl v S iiitn Cecilia band will give Another concert nt Car oti paik Sunday itfuTtium for wlrch < ur pcoplo wil iia indebted to the eiiterpiuing ISinck Diiiiioud 1 guarantee that Armours Com pound L rd is iqnal if nut superior to any compound lard fold here Stoeic oi hand write fur prices F Champion Agent i A hmdsumu awning was bring erected today over thu front of the warehouse of J S M W CroBS adjoining their stora on Elizabath streets Architect Brooks was an pervi...

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 March 1894

m > S G ffac S3 tf raio 2M ii f f aijaCTtf33M KaECLY TEXAS SETTLERS itjcd cd f inincnsu Tracts oi Laud Free IMie minner it which the Atncr JcK c loi < a were introduced into IVxia htniishca A topic ot cunsi durable interest in connection with our history In the early years ol Uu s century Aluxico was distracted by revolutions and its Northern Statu harassed by frequent raids of tlia raring tribes of Indians l roui the vaet plains of TrxiP ft To furnuh a protection rgunst there raids Auhiicans were offered many inducements to settle in this Unoccupied territory Land was of dmfiparatively little value Large trade wore offered to col onics first n Inbor of tillable I nd nnd afterward waa added a league for pastunge Tcxni being an immense unoccupied territory lands were donated as freely aa we may suppose Noah divided the earth uafong liia family vvlun they land ed Iroirf the Arlc The more hud assigned to American colonies ths ijctter tho protection nff > rded the frontier Stat...

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 March 1894

ir > < s TEs < VOIi II tf > MRECTORT Qb TlEs STATE OFFICEKS OoTcrnor J S Hogg liiOJt Governor M M Cr lie Comptroller J D McCall laud Coinraiesioner W L SIcG inghey TrcSbUror W B Wortnun Attorney General O A Cnlbcrson 8upt Iublit Instruction J 11 Carlisle DISTRICT AllO COUNTY OFflCEBS Congressman 9th district W H Craln bUte Senator 27Ui district L AAtlee Representatives 85th district Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attomej augartin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb bheritf CCForto Treasurer C Garza ABBeneor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Ilanson Hide Inspector C Taniayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS frocinctSo 1 AVasiincz Vrecinct No 2 E KleiUr ITecinct No 3 F Garcia PrednctNo i PPercz County court meet for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in Jlurch Jnne September and December city officers jjayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police 3 II lUlian Treasurer C Forsytlie Secretly J B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Feuille bjTfevor SW Brooks fsor ...

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 March 1894

3 triatf ijji y si < 91Bty Entered at the Poctoffice brovms vllla Texa3 as secondclass matter SJSUEDXVEEY BAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO OOERMPOKDESTS ka tammizAatacut for Uua p P r tnonia b oe empoi d by th nama of the anther not neceasa SOxfor publicaUou but m Tidenc of good faith on tfc part or the ifriter Write on one side of the frapcr In a pUln hand Anonymooi communiea SsniTrtU not be noticed Tnt Hekjlld will not be T epondUefor the eUteaente of iU correipondenU FRIDAY MARCH 23 Colobado instead of being gov trued fa bowed And all good democrats of Texas are brothers again Horace Chiltok is the coming man Kyle Star Vindicator And he will soon be the going The little cavalryman seems to be ihe favorite for governor The djieSiiori is will he accept thenoni ination The Galveston News scooped all fine big dailies in its account of the democratic meeting at dallas The old lady is a daisy Too nvueh rain has fallen lately in some or tions of the state It is a pity Jupiter Pluvins doesnt dist...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 March 1894

ss th ABOUT TOWN Mexican dollars war Quoted y s f Urday in New York at 49J cents FOR SALE BdO sticks Amet cancotn See Frank Champion Thanks to this norther the tsaem irvj i unable to lighter arid hss > nt oiit to saa again4 A isnnori will be delivered at fhu Catliolie chnrch this sveuing by R > v A d Paquetti < Dj yon keep house If so you 6hould go and gee those two gaeo line stoves for sale at cost at Sire Geo KraupBes FOR SALE Ten or more share in h First National Bunk of the city of Brdwnsviltf Apply atthis offic A fine piano his just heeri re ceivod by Mr Geo KrnUMO It ia of eplendid make arid well worth the price asked for it Lost A p ir of gold rimmed spectacles between opera house and residence oi A Bollack Suit able reward to finder A Bollack Jut received at Mrs Geo Kranssee a IoV of beautiful china ware consisting of cups and saucers tete a tete diiinef Rndi tiolet sets FOR SALE 150 pounds baron and 150 salt pork at ressonablo fig ure Sold in quantities to suit pur...

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 March 1894

4 fe L J < y gagS5aa > sJ Bft5ygi5itfiSt f gi SjrMfrwJeHyjt CURRENT COMMENT LouisViHa CoUiiciJoUntv It fd cxfij fituttgh to pass through Ihe Voitse rvsdlutious for a tioasiitu ticiml amendment providing for the election of Uuldd Slstctj sens tors hy tlic people but they always Btick in the stMiats 1lnt close corporation doei not intend that ihu people shall get at it as long at ifcin helpjr Pitsburg Post on Ooxej s army TIio example once set of besieging congiess or the statfc legislatures bv larco bodies of men devoted to a singleides ie ono J hat if accepted nnd recogn zjd at the right thing to do would grovsr with great ra pidity and convert the proceedings of the national congiess into sjint fhing vory like those of the French convention with a Palis mob how ling at Jts doors Cleveland Leaderr After all there is to bo no test it seam oi the dynamite gun of the American nierchsntmsn that the Brazilian bought conveiled into a war ves eel and rechristened Nicheroy The most 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. — 24 March 1894

IK1 k SJ II 4 I L 1 A f K i J P H PWHIHL > < < Quarlennauter tost Surgeon c VOL H BilElECTORY STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor MlLCrne Comptroller J D McCaU LandCommtesioaer W I McQaugney Treasurer W B Wprtham Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Public Instruction JMCarlUlo BISTBIOr AUD COfljfrY 0FFICEB3 Congressman 9th district W H Crairi BUte Senator 27th district E AAtleo IW J Kussell Representatives 85Ui district T > wKennedy iThonias Carson County Judge Jft County Attorney AU8 n8lu C County Clerk J ° Sorto p feherin ZaTx Treasurer A Geo Champion JABrovme Jlurtln Hanson Hide inspector C limayo COUNTi C031MISSI0NEBS mcinctNol f3 EKleiber JTecinctNo2 PrednctSo3 liC 25 Precinct No 4 irercz County court fiieela for civil criminal and pro bate business on tao first Mondays in ilarch June Bspteiuber and December CITY OFFICERS Mar ° r JtoJSffiI Chief of PoUce C J Kinau k Treasurer ivMSE lfK 7 Attorney WitaSS S purveyor Assessor and Collector G A Michel US DIS...

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 March 1894

I Palered at the PcetoSlce browns Till Texts s secondclass matter ij2r > avasT oat axoayr atnn > AT TO COSBaEPOKDESTS ill raaatclftont tertUirtptrtlumldb o CcaapBd ti nam of th autbor nolsecexsa y for pabUctHcn but u trident ot good Illth ca St fvt ct tie wriUr Wrlto on one alio of the fcssT in m plain hu Ancnjmon oomracnlci b irtH not b noilcoa Ta Hnm Trill not l > iwtmatttttfff tt itstetaocis of 1U ocrreipondonts BATtJRtAY MARCH 24 The senate committee has at last quit tinkering with the tariS bill Tot war i3 over between the Tex lis democracyand neither side has surrendered to the other Colorados governor still Waites for the opportunity to wade in blood to his horses bridle J P Sherwood the oldest of the early settlers on Galveston Is land died in Galveston last Tues day mmn These are no more traitors dogs or demagogues amongst Texas democrats now Funny isnt it The Eagle Pass collectorship ap pointment still hancjs fire When it does go off somebodys hope will be shatter...

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 March 1894

ti I > 7 THE DAILY HERALD th Nevada trophy BBOWi5VILLi T2TAS 11 m rT 2 l ABOUT TOWNi See t x litt in funrth page today The Bide cliiU will Hare a theet iig tonight FOR SALE 500 sacks Arhor 3s an com boo Frank Champion i There will bo a grand masquer ade ball at ijsnta Orns tomorrow n ght > WANTEDiRaliabU man per tnaitent p < fiitioii Stamp and tefc rences A T Morris eare thu p perThe The ecnooner Maria h bel irriv cd at Point Iaabsl yesterday after noon with a cargo of lumber and corn Don t forget trie afternoon con cert at Carson Patk tomorrow h e Black Diamonds expect a ful attendance Quit a number df commercial tourists will be passengers oii the kvil trip of the steamer Got our orders ready FOR SALE Teh or more pliurct ii the First Nations Batik of the city of BiOvrnsYil s Apply at this office Do yon keep house I If so jou should go and Bee those two gaso line stoveP for eale a tcost at Mrs Jfeto KrauFsc a Wc earn late tins afternoon tbat tho seamship Morgan will come i...

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 March 1894

AVILL HOLD A NONJURT COURT A uicetiftg el the Coipns Chmti tjnf fc a hIJ jested j it the eonrt hones tu ditcus ihu advisability vl holding sn Aptil trim of eplirt in thi city Tliosu jnvfuut were Dir tiici Jndg J C Unite1 County Judg W U Hopkins Judge Btthcl Coeptroud Judge G 11 Scott and Meisis D 1iiib Given Marshall Rogue W L < Campbell F W Moor II R Sutherland Jr GeraM Macmanns and County Clerk Pt l eDonon < h Alter ix ptersions of opinions Jiy evrl ot those present who pictured the trying ordeal throngh which tin stockmen and farmer were now pitting Judge Scott moved tnat the district judge bo r qnested to hold a nonjury c urt The motion prevailed after which Judge Uut sell announced that ho would con rone court at a regular tirm to hold a nonjury court summoning neither grand nor petit jiuor Tin jnrfgu Announced further that where it would inflict a hardship to bring in witntesui such chbus wonld bo continmd WANTS INFORMATION Victoria Times Purfrmastwrs like edilorF conn i...

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 March 1894

A jfe I X tf 3 ffc 1 > t St y A i ii n Oj v i tr 1T 1L OFFICnJlS T lor i Tniito LndaucT Ccrv ite J iXx f1 Ip nca > r4nrf > cd OtWrr rp Council M Hasrjgaih i lttifciit s Ch r afrtoliQP K J > i B s JJ Cl VvX f ttate X f 5 < > 73i C H r iwm > i s A A tvisgpw iat Coltr ftifGvii RdJ Jo atos Ct > yw s ccsroMLsosnci i a 15 jiii Alramiatrjilor XS Fv aaadj Contvljir i Acting r Ctptam co3 8igg r s KJtrgUo i i C a ta I f G R111 AjillF AL5 1nlt at 1CI a ra J iin > i 1 ly 7pni lioii i u daily at ti pta liltuifiotijj jleaco Mj apiu K TiiviJiocecr Lonis Safler < S e = U liroul > > M csand < let or AJtf ES B ELLS ATTORNEY AT LAW Tras a KOMtfcvttle iiajiyn H c SocoadFIorrlirtGraadc Kiflroad BnflUog fironfc i i Ikaiiaon I Will practice in an of to Courts tate or Fi ra 5a > nu ayo j tiwl mjtjraiirosd ua ju tho iqvi i t iun of V i kfUa m1 SWjwratioa o jbatracta Bpe < iltii a > > f > f > uii r u WCAMPBELLS FXCH V JjW and LAND OFFICE 900 Establishe...

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. — 26 March 1894

1 H SAI YH3SRALD J W Btr Entered at the Portofiice irowns ville Texas as secondclass matter 233 OED EVEKY X > XV tXCEVT S0NDAT TO COKBESPOKDESX3 All cominunicaUons for this Taper should be ac companied by the came of the author not e6co3ss Tayfor iraUlcailoa bat as evidenco of good faith on tlie part of the writer Write on pho eldo of the fispar In a plain hsnl Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Heuald will not be rwpdnsible fur the statements of it8 correspondents MONDAY 1IAHUH 26 MISTAKEN CHARITY The Alico Reporter eayp There is no actual want ad de titntien within forty miles of Alice Oar stockmen state that thcro ia plenty or cattle to skin Krx every Mexican that wants to woik but that as long as somebody else feeds them thoy are inclined to do nothing It seems indeed too tuia that many of the people of this icetion will not woik so ong as they can rcceivo st the hand of charity snf ficient for a baro subsistence Tear Before last when an appeal for aid for the ...

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. — 26 March 1894

I r 1 4 i X W Yes sir I have horns of all shapes and description Hawaiian Greek Chinese and some of them Egyptian Theres the straight the curled the crookedfrom all parts of the world Ibeshpepa head bought at great ex ponse with four horns neatly curled Theres the hona of all tho deer I kill ed of them Im proud you see So boys come join me at the bar aud have a horn with me about town FOR S LE 500 sacks Amot iaucoin Beu Frank Champion The best California Olareta and white wjneB for snle at Oelcstin Ja Rvns No announcement for city ofli cere yet Tho election takes just n now il bo given this after young eochty gentle ipera hou e A trebli nortlier came up Satur day night making Sund y rather cool fur Eister cuetumee A ball will be given by tho Ca eiiio do la Union of MatamoO in that city < > n next Tuesday night 1 Cronist sr tcs that there will be serenade in tho Pirza dt LLdiil E every Sunday night hereafter WASTED Reliable man pci mancnt position Stamp and refe reiicc A T Morr...

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. — 26 March 1894

fife pr LTij ijWfcW Efc ateatoga < ft r > fc i araasaaE MEXICAN MISCRLLHY City of MeXlCOj MwfcU 10 ill tornaUj ial rjc Ajeoslatioiw The iHtniMig mid cVeuings are VeiV cold heiTi Kxehui L is declining therefore there vr re no iirpoitxnt trans c x wm i pnrc aso and sale of < x cliango yeeterdny and today The cily M full cf sti angers for tho frttets of holy week Rttfil trade is much livelier Yesterday the il > st caucus o the House ol Representative which opens eeseiurs in April vrm held but postponed No quor nin Scarcity of drinking water in ft largo part of tho city iav c u5Jii x suffering Goo Mucio Mirtinez Guvorior of tho State of Pnebn Arrived here on a leave of absence A society Juts been orguiZd here to prevent cruelty lo ani mals Difficulties between the bishop of S ui Lira Potjsi and Jesnite have bten pcwculVi y at mitred The Jfoiiits will remain at San LuiBlotcsi A fire nt Tam iieo resulted in damages of 50000 Hnieh 22 W II Eilwjiut arrived re rufents a S3n di at...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 March 1894

r m < kMX V It A MttMniM rfH for tiicVcasts of holy week Retail trade is much hvclior Yesterday tho iiral etnciu of the House of Representative which opens epssiots in April war held but postponed Ho quor um Scarcity of drinking water in h Iwrgopnrtof the city ia eUTginj suffering Gen Mnuio Mirtimz Govor ior oF the State of Puebii arrived liero on a lunve of absence A eocictv Inns been or < jsnzd here to prevent cruelty to ani mals Difficultiesbetween liio t > i > tittp of Snn Lira P < t > 6 and Jcetiit have been peacefully ainngodJ inojosa Vhlal IIotIes tin Benjgnr The Jesuits will remain at San Luis Potcsi By the upsetting of a fL tlot On Lrtkd PatZMMIO six pillions were tLowned Tho citj ir 11 > oied with counter feit Ftti til coin in spite oftliu huge number of circtila ora wli Jlnvo been arrested Armiicin mules have been bought for tke lire dep irtnl nt junoy nrrivalo by train lira rob llud by Iistckincii in spite of llu utmost vigilance of the police Many A...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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