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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 31 March 1894

W cannotue HS jjoint eo aa to afford any flPPaal bencfir rovisions ecnt via Puna to Jhis place which is the comity seat fn any case will be judiciously distributed among the worthy porT vj < Jaitfpa ClatS CbuntyT Judge An enormous alligator gar was caughtin a ecino in tho Ki o Grande river in front of this place Itmcasured eight feat two inches and earne in handy ne Lsntjpod District CbiiVt coavenpdihore last M nday Jndgo J 0 Euesell ifot being present the attorneys in attendance elected Hon Frank jfouille special judge for the term Kra ia Itttlc btiBines civil or erimiflahbcfoTe the couit and the grand1 jury wlio wore irr session only four dnye were discharged afler making the fallowing re port Wo the grand1 jury at the March terra of our honorable iSrt tfonld respectfully submit tliis onr final report Wo have investigated nine cases Sronghtr before ua and referred by thV la tr grajid jury Wo have found four true bills one for mnr der and three ibr theft of cat tle The papers pr...

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. — 2 April 1894

B BAlTf HERALD Entered at the PSstoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter JSOJTD tT JiPItlL a ANNO UNOEMENTS For City aiarshaT We are authorized to umoinco the name of JAME3 H KLAHN m candidate to rwOection to the offlce of Sty brought to town by One of Sheriff Harshzi Election A prd 3 Notice It has been rumored on th streets today by those wishing to injure nis in the race for Gity Mar shal that I had withdrawn from the race I am still a candidate and intend to be until the polls close tomorrow afternoon J Hi ULulks Browmville Texas April 2d 1894 About WN A little like summer today An interesting Hidalgo cdmiriii hication in The Herald today The city election takes place to morrow Mike Leahy has a Sue assort fnent of liqnors and bgars Capt J J Smith is rapidly im proving wo are glad to state Court proceedings from Rio Gmndo City appear Ixx todays Derail We call tho attention of readers to see c lhnge in tJio ad of Ed ID untoday The attorneys who wefe expect ed down from Bio...

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. — 2 April 1894

BBOWSYILLFa ALU8 DtG is medico t nprvW Wi vjetillcmsn firosi Thai sfcutry ILsc esL KHUroKilinj In Mexico is not < srh ± t it Slsed to be rbmarked ThOrnaa G Winters td a Globe X > cmoc > ftt reporter open Jus ictarn t St LoUis h fuw dajs since Whea I first ont downthere 1 ho continued nearly if not quite allj the railroad employes were gringos Now it is changed Tiu mozoa1 ran everything it seems The American telegraph operator is rapidly being supplanted by the iiaiires But then tbo Americans sre to blame for it They would sot JsUy in the country jjver two bt three months Then they foolish ly tanght their trade to the ozos 1 and as a result whan a 125 Amer iean quit his place tho railroad 511ed the plaoo with a native at i0 to 60 a month Now es thay become more proficieut the Mex iean operators Ere taking ail the larger stations On the Mexican National no American operators are employed any more while the Central is discarding them as rapid ly as possible In my line however ...

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. — 3 April 1894

r if h 14 w Ui vol n OIRECTORi STATITQFFICEKS Tt wr v > 3 S Hogg Lieut Governor MlICr no OomptroIlcrJ j DlIcCaU iAnd Commissioner WL IfcOaagbej Treasurer iv B Wortham XX A Calbcrson Attorney General Bupttablio Instruction J 3k Carlisle DISTItlCr SD COUNTY OFFICEES Congressman 9th district W 3L Grain State Senator 27th district EAAUeo llcpresentativesSiUidUtrict County Carson County Attorney AugnstuTCelaya County Oerk Joseph Webb Sheriff ECForto Treasurer Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martinllanson Hide inspector C Tamsyo COOXTX COilMISSIOXEES I recinctKo 1 AVeqaez trecinetXo 2 E Kleiber frecinctXo3 F Garcia Frecinct Xo4 PPerez County court meets for aril cririinnl and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CUT OFFICEES Carson ChieT ofioUco J H Klhaa Measurer G AForsythe Secretary MB Kaif bnry Attorney yi FrankFeaille S WBrootB Assessor and Collector G A HicM O S DISTMCT COUET The folloirtnsareihe officers or ana the...

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. — 3 April 1894

t TOftHtHSail 3K > C5KEESK5XOE33S Sfe a ittcMei writer fttel ° wec f ct dition of Oecilio SKSSS SS SffiSS SS gSel31 tSBOT8nl Hfokewrii of the leaders of ttf the house would nt paied in theSan Iguacio taassacro in which a number of Mexican soldiers were killed and then ere TUESDAY AP2HL 3 4 IFiZZ SCEEMR A Isto Washington dispatch Bays it is andereto < J < that Senator Teller will offer senite resolution to obtaiu the consent of the Mexican government to allow oar Stints at San Francisco and Carson Citjj Nev lo coin Jlexican silver dollars for export to China and other Asiatic countries wnich wonld ab sorb from fifty to sixth millions an imal ly and this will fncnish a market for nearly all onr silver product The dispatch goes on to cxplaini The theory upon which this res olution is based is that the Mex ican government coins ail the silver brought to their mints into dollars at a nominal charge to the owner covering merely the expanse of striking of the coins which are expor...

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. — 3 April 1894

E I ft Texas as secondclass Tsa itsr ABOUT TOWN wetiw ugniii W < n mid j about IihIi as much that it keeps iiihowlat windy 1 hnai in excellent condition wid Tim C1I3 schools eiQyid their 3 Sn or milk cows ranking tlitm jfcsiiHl ekcliou holiday today g pleny of milk After eating We l rn this Hfternoon J la his atock will eat dry Smith jOap continues to improve Wanted RdiaflsiriiMi pCr n neit p itioit Stump and refe < I fences A T Morris tiare tin pa f per The Feh < > cner Grncck arrived josterdiy at Point Iabel with a cargo of curn She is not yet dia cli Hiping FOR SALE Ten or more t shares in the First National Bank i f tlie city ofBrownsville Apply Hi this offic K E PAST guarantees the future I 8 It is riot what we say VTwhat Hood3 Sarsaparilla does that fells the Story Remember HOODS CURES f Just received at Airs Geo lCraii6ses a loS of beautiful china vare consisting ofpups and eaucsrs tete a tetc dinner and tiolcfc sets FOE SALE Molasses at 10 cents per gallon Mexica...

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. — 3 April 1894

F I Tfe JaSt cottffruiiei which snet BulgTata tt A ns called iy the United StetvSj stljouracil subject to ttha attioij if the government Called It togititcr Positive that seetSrftHccs baying been obtain from OHr taic < lcpsrttaent that af ter this < lmouetizutioi of silver by < he JJritidi gorurhiiient in India thia goVcrntilent would not take the initiative in reconvening the conferccco other countries have taken hold of the matter It is Unofficially but authentically Item ed that Mexico and other Spanish American nations producing and using silver as moficy after wait iftg socio time forthe leading com mercial nitions of tho world to fnaka Eomo effort lor the purpose of re nedying tho condition of things brought about by tho demon etizstion of silver have virtually decided to take the matter into their own baud Tire Mexican gororamontj it is undurstood has beon sounding the American and Asiatic nations which use and pro dtfco silver fur the purpose of ascer taining thdr v...

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. — 3 April 1894

r If 1 u Vol u MRECTOiki IB STATEroniCEES Governor JSHn entG rnor m k cr s Comptroller D McCall iAod Commissioner i MVE JleGaaghiv asnrer WBWortLui Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Pnblie Instruction 3 ji Carlisle DISTKICr AND COIttTV OFFICERS Conressman BUi dutoet W H Crain Bttte Senator 27th district E AAUee KcpresentaUve3Kai district f5ri nsseU ConntyJndge Thomas Carson County Attorney AugUKtin Ctlaya County Qerl Joseph IVelib JS 11 ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector j a Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTainayo COUXTTCOJlMISSIOXEnS Precinct No I AVasquez PreonctXo2 EKleiber rrecinctXo3 p Garcia neazictXo 4 P Perez County court meets for crrO criminal and pro bate business on the first llondaya in March June September nd December CUT OFFICERS Carson Cliief of Pohce J U Klhan Treasurer c iForsythe Secretary itB Kingxurry Attorney Z FrankFcuille Surveyor S WBrooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel V S DISTBICT C0UBT The ibllotring are the oElce...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 April 1894

THEBAILYHERALB ISSUUOEyElir DAY EXCEPT StfNDAT TO COniJES JSDESTi ill commnnicaUons for this paper fbonldbe c tcrapwiiea by the name of tJ aulhcr not ncccva Klyfoc publication fctil es evidence of good faith on pw part of the writer Write on cne side or the trap r in plain hand Anonxoiis communlca bona wia not be noticed TnE Hebjlld wijnotbe responsibls for the statements of its correspondents TUESDAY APRIL 3 i i A WILD SGEEMJ A hto Washington dispatch says it is understodd that Senator Teller will offer a senate resolution to obtaiu the consent of the Mexican government to allow our mints at San Francisco and Carson City Ner to coin Mexican silver dollars for export to China Rtid other Asiatic countries which would ab sorb from fifty to sixth millions an nually and this will furnislr a rharlcet for nearly alt onr silver prodnct The dispatch goea on to dxplainf The theory upon which this res olution is based is that the Mex ican government coins ull th e6ilver brotrght to their mint...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 April 1894

41 f J B I y tf > 84 i > THE DAILY HERALD BBOWisSVlLtE T3YAS Entered at the Pcctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TSTEsdjr jpiwis ABOUT TOWN The wether la agnin warm and 8 uiiowhal wind T1i j cilj schools cnjiynd their usual election holid y today W learn this afternoon tint Cap Smith continues to improve wAtt TEDReliable man per tnmictit position Stamp and refe rences A T Morris care this p peK The Fchioner Garnock arrived yesterday at Point Isabel with a cargo of corn She hs uot yet die charging FOR SALE Ten or more shares in the First National Bank of the city of Brownsville Apply st this ollicf TTHE PjflSTguarantees the future It is not what we say brpwhat Hoofls Sarsapaiilla does that tells the story Remember HOODS CURES Just received at Mrs Geo KrausseV a lot of beautiful china ware consisting of enpa and saucers tete a tete dinner and tiolct 6ete FOR SALEMolasses at 10 cents per gallon Mexican money where not IsrS than one barrel Is Uk cn Purchaser furnish...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 April 1894

MOXfirvliV COXFEKESCi VrttMiistttm Mitch S5Tur tire slwinj i > riQ tjitic6 ol h iuw in ternRtWMn rionrtury Conference be i g willed ViU lime on Ihc invita tion < if ihe rcpubic of Mcscc fhe Inst cfinftioiiei wliidl mot in iiiilglum md va8 fcalltd t y the United SiKlie ptijonrrtct etibject to the setinjj > f the governtncnl that called it to ctfnr Positive assurances having been obtained from our suie department that lif ter the demonetization of silver by the British government in India this government would not tike the initiative in reconvening the conference other countries have taken hold of the matter It if unofficially but authentically learn ed thnt Mexico and other Spanish American nations producing and using Bilver as money after wait ing some time for the leading com fnercial nations of the world to inaku somo effort lor the purpose of remedying tho condition of things brought about by the demon ctization of silver have virtually decided to take the matter into th...

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. — 4 April 1894

r i ill 13 K f I 4 if A VOL IT toIRECTORi S Fi > TJlrfert 4 AA i tilA l American Consul Vice Coasul CHerk STAXITOFFICEnS Coceraor J S Hoc Lieut Governor M 3L Cr lie Comptroller J D JlcCall Land Commissioner W L McGaushey Treasurer W B WorUiam Attorney General C A Cullicroou Supt Tublic Instruction J JICriiilo CISTKIGC AXD COUXTY OPTICEKS Congressman3th district < H Crain Etato Senator 27th AAUee nf J Russell SerroseEtayTce 83th district IT w Kennedy Count Judge Thomas Carson Couuty Attorney Auostin Celaya Ooanty Clerk Joseph Webb fcherld f ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo COUXTT COM3HSSIOXEES Precinct No 1 A Yas < ioei Precinct No 2 E Kleiber PrectnctSo 3 I Garcia Precinct > o P Terez Connty court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the firt Mondays in ilarch June Bepteaiber and December crrr officers Hcyor Thomas Carson Chief of Police rJjH Lihan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretar...

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. — 4 April 1894

S fi nfrlfrfiwhTii Jog CBHBH raBfcEB I 1 1 t > 22 > XV SX iY XXCSlfC SCTI XT jra3rTtSctwrttkei T < aba2 foiMUuiLi the TSMSbo tut Srtr V < ri feu JpliSe hiti xi < yiii < s eeatsinaca Alt EXCELLENT IDEA Here is am excellent idea which some of Cameron countys wsxlthy aad tfwuers should bo wiets as well as philanthropic enough to adopt We quote from tke Corpus Christi Caller Judge Si Cx Borden a wellto do San Patricio cottntj planter re ccntly gave employment to fifty laborers from the drouth stricken tertians of Starr county and put them to Wurk clearing land It all of oar wealthy Undo wners won Id adopt this course the suffering among the destitute Mexicans Would in a great irieastire he abat ed Most of thorn are willing to work and tho sooner our large ranches are dearedof tho under growth and converted into frirme the better will i be for the coun try Unless the people of this section wlsu to fasten the habit of vagran cy npon the poo but able bodied ones who are s...

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. — 4 April 1894

1 i 1s J ft i < mDAILY HERALD fiRG isSVlLuS S AS Entered t tie Poctoffice fcrowns ville Texas as secondclass matter WEBfrESlirfX ai > Bllt 4 ABOUT TOWN Hidalgo m vr in today psper i Onpt Js Balccr Ifft tlirs morn I tug for fiis home ort lhe < coa t Mrck iiis gone but forgot to take tier wnda along with lien Oar town was Very peaceful last Slight calm after the storm A tnzi tettnls game ts played i the residence of Mr H B Teiry last evening Ir U Thorn vlll leave Hon dy fur Rio Grande City to be ab cent from the city about six weeks FOR SALE ten or more r shares in the First National Bank of the city of Brownsville Apply at this oSc FOR SALEMolasses at 10 bents per gallon Mexican money where not less than ono barrel Is tak en Purchaser furnishirig barrel Apply to Bio Grande Plantation Hon Frank Feuille and Family expect to leave for CorpuB Chrisi in about ton day whore they will permanently reside Air Fcuillo1 friend which includes everyone in Cameron county will regret his &...

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. — 4 April 1894

4 IN 43S klW3 QsMtxti sav Aa R U < J k s s if Sfc Lofew t fcwes fe < > 4il 1 1 hti rcJn HV ttf o > e < iJrc hlost sricttjeratk tastes 0 VirjlMft tc P Uacds iirh ik htciWe3I time were feeted for Ihteir chivniry td hospi Ulitt tlirottghoat the length nd brcsdlh of that Ooattnoawcaltu Iter face presents triking resem biunee to tknt of her ie < i fcohisin E Ai PoKard tiro acthor oE the Lost Cause graphic history of the Urarj a copy of which will be foiind in the library ot nearly evary Southerner Speaking of Pollard rcihinds iiie of his widow who recently died so t heard a fow weeks sgo almost penniless in far away Arisnia She was a Mia Itichrde Senator Vest remoaibers Iter well Miny year agn when eh c was living ip Rich taond eho heard of a remark that the distinguished Senator from Missouri had made about tier Mr cit wa3 theft a member of the Oonfederate Congfess A few days afterward feho met hiurort the street and proceeded5 to horsewhip him The iacident a never bee...

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. — 4 April 1894

If fci k ri w m A W im VOL LT DIRECTORS jvSEijcc iuau < in iouua two weeks Iujio < A > Uty ioarUi AlondayB alter the tut sIMsi iu jTeui iry and fcepteaiber oontauea ji cjjiii weeks SUic c Uiiv sum Jrondays afier lie flrst on aajs iu jtoortiuiy and jj < pteiabcr continues in aeaes equally riintu Jccdsys alter the first Aon jjyi iu Ieorairy ajd a jiicuibcr coutmifcss in t > t iuntu2 Wet t O S SSILITAEx POST Fort Brovn Cpamandtr Jajor H jury Vagner uurofiiijior iauUU ll J uoldiiin 1j i oureja Cat Wji iM U S CUaTOM LOJSE JoUnA 3IaSi < d Collector A xiioniiuj apet ai x jJly Cnief Cierlc A i > ro jie 1T A > dou lintry Clerk 2IEXICVX CONSCTXiATE S F iLaaert Gasul Ai iiSJ Acungttuunl 6i ETl STATE OFTICEIIS Governor J S Hogg Llent Governor M VLCr ne Oomptroller JD HcCall Land Commissioner W L McGanRliey Treasurer TV B Wortham Attorney General C A CnHerson jJnjrti iiMicIa tnictioa J 3L Crliile DISTBICr AXD COUXTT OPFICEKS Congressman9th district W IL Crain Etate Senato...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 April 1894

S1 amT l ij fcssc D ss fe > 5S > escjj3 scSKXr 3 to KsaaaSFtjBjasrs > 3a Fbii itcS XaocyihBBS ccaiatniita WEKSESBAT AJfOL 1 A ZCELZET IDEA Here s < jkcellent idea which wraae of Cameron aufetys wetlty lasd swueri old be wiss as well is pRsTtfcopifc enough to dopt w u te from tlie Ooqres Cbxisti Caller Judge S 0 B fden wdlto 3o San Patricio county planter re ceotly gave employment to fifty laborers from the drouth stricken sections ot Starr county and put them to work clearing land If all f our wealthy landowners woald id opt thii coiirsa the suffering among the destitute Mexicans would in a great rdeasure ho abat ed Most of thorn are wiling to work and tho sooner our large ranches aro doarcd of tho under growth and converted into farms the better will it bo for the coun try Unless the people of this section tfiaKfo faalfcfi the habit of vagran cy upon the poor bat able bodied oner who are suffering from tho el ftcts of the drought they should beware of bestowing upon snc...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 April 1894

i V 1 ft r tl > 5B AlJG011A P EN I SGS FrdmGr Eegular Corre < 5ponu eht HEMM fiERAIDJ BftdWKSVHT B TSA5 = Entered at The octoffice fcrowns Ville Tcs as secondclass matter ff epJresoj r9varfAM 4 v ABOUT TOWN Hidalgo Ji rr in todaj s paper Oapt dag Brfkcri ftthiB mom ijng for liis Itoihc on thecoatw March h 8 gone rmt forgot to Sake hvr whrds along with her Our town wa3 very peaceful last Wglit A nilm after the etcfro A Jpri Tcrmhs gsnro 7s flayed Rt tlru residence of Mr H B ferry hist evening Dr O II Thorn will leave Mon y for Rio Grande City to bo ab suiix from the city about six weeks FOR SALE Ten or morel shares h the First National Bank of tlie xiity ik BrownsviUe Apply < at this 6Sc < OR SALE Molasses at 10 hctils per gnUon Mexican money Svhcre not 1eS than onO harp5l fs tak Wn Purchaser furnishing barrel Apply o Rio Grande Plantation Hon Shrank FeniHe and family i expect to leavo for Corpus Christ in abont cn days where they will permanently reside Mr FeuitloY Xrien...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 April 1894

ii is rULLA ISOS vMis Mxddimi I oHard said uui < R JlijjtUuia of St Louis tit Ihc ltM i lJ I sj Jtis iit 4 < ia n rein live of one t f the taoPt aristocratic fatliiliuS ot Virjil u the Pollirds V he m BHt UeIImti times were hotedfor their chivalry d hespi talitj throughout the length aud breadth Of that Commonwealth Her face presents a elriking resew blnncu to that of her dead couisin E A Polterd the atthor of the Lost Cause a graphic history ol found itt tho library ot nearly cvary Southerner Speaking of Pollard reminds ihe of his widow who recently died So I heard a few weeks ago almost penniless in far away Arizma She was a Miss IcltfrdF Senator Vest feriiOnfbers her wollr Mny year jig when she was living in Rich mond she heard of a remark that fhe diatinguished Senator from Missouri had made aboutbcr Mr Vest was then a member of the ConfederafeCongrcss A few days afterward she met him on the street and proceeded to horsewhip him Tho incident has never been forgot ten and M...

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. — 5 April 1894

W I I it i V < > 4 sj VOL I2Tor Chief of 1olioe Treasurer CAltarsytbe Becretry Jf It Kingsbury Attorney jFrank r WBrooks burve or S A eSboraad Collector U G A Michel v s DisiBiur couirr The following are the officers of and the times and places of iioldmg eo art for the Western District of Texas U S District Judge TSHaiey Attorney AJ Evans Clerk D HHart Jarsnal Itf W ie Chief Deputy Marshal JB Walter Court convenes in Sin Antonio on the first Hon uavs in JIav and November In Austin Ja the tirst Jfoadays in February and Juiy In Brownsville on the first Jondsy in January ana feeomd ondiy in June In 12 lsu on the first Mondays in April and Oc tober TWENTTEIGIITII JUDICIAL DISTEICT District Judge 23th jadlczJ littnct JaBuiseU Insect luoraey John I Kleiber Dis aci tierk Loins KowatoM Dutmi Court mwts as follows vu j Ooonty ijst > ocdays lnFebrnxryand aft Leiuoir uuiituataj m fctosfeon two weefcf Ili u u cXiaiti l oru HoaJaye otter the first JiouXiys u bruarj ana avpuunber oontma...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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