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

3 i rie AILY3S35AxS 8hlt JSUKD EVBtiY 1 > AY EXCEPT SUNDAY iH TO COEBESPOXDEKT3 All communications for this Bh oCid bo ac paper xompaniad by the nime of the author not nccesaa Tflyfor publication btrt as evidence of good faith on Ibe part of the writer Write on one ride of the Taper In a plain hind Anonymous communica ion will not ba noticed The Herald wU not be rtsponjMa for the statement of Its correspondents THURSDAY APEIL 5 Men like water always find their level Theee will ba no iund slinging in tbs coming gubernatorial cam < paigrt PbJfe83I0NAI tramps lerh froh the Coxey Frey oat fit liow to get freoVailibhdtrauFporta Ttiontfitho ut stealing it Inght Qoyeejcos WaTfE shohld mi- grate to Sonfh Carolina arid join CrOTtfrnbr Tillinn if ne still longs or gore to laVo hia horsea bridle South Cabouka doesnt eeera to tak kindly to pure liquor which or Tillman claims is the only kind served at the slhte dispenaa The idea of Monta Meore going Ho congress lie would resemble a puddle...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 April 1894

la It I i1 ff A > 4 RI I IHEDAI LY IEGRALD BKOWXSVlLLE TSVA Pnt rpfl at thp Portofiirp Tsrowns ville Texas as secondclass matter Tnvnsh3ri jspkim 5 ABOUT TOWN Euinr > rr Bnaworth is ont again ziTtor a spsdl of sickness Th train for Point Isabel did net Inavp until noon tod y W rr jrrt to lonrn tlint M > Ivnto Edwards iatjnito ilL Mrs IVm Dercnsse t n pt penjrur from the cna t lapt ovening At tho gnn club shoot yesterday afternoon th h t score made w s 60 out of 80 by F B Armstrong Tho puli onnnr Emma Thonton Imrind for Liko Oh rl > p Tunisians sa ipd today from Brazos Santiago Thn BtoBin liip Morgan is advor Hs d to sail from More8 Oitj for Brazos un tomorrow Friday the A mass for the roposn of lha soul of ths l if Senor Dimas Torres was rt lehrated at ths Catholic chnrcb tins morning FOR SALE Ton or more ulinrra in tlie First National Bank of flip city of Browiipvile Apply thiB oflicf at j Mr A A Brnwsn who has hoT > qtiitojllror the pnst fewdajp we ore glad to Btato...

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

t i 9gS rsr yyr rJ ARMV matters Li hi DhiucI F Anglum Twelfth Infant has been np ioitit < d jkijI adjutant and recruit itig officer st Cohiitibus BarraiUe and aeMgncd to the cominaud ot the djpot department Lieut Action 13 llfjlj assistant Pur eon iib joined Fort Niobrara Hospitnl Stcvard Cabell ro enlistcd for the third time last Sat- urday completing his fifteen years service on Friday Lieut E A Edwards Twenty fifth Infantry returned from a months sick leave of absence and at Iris own reqneat waa relieved from duty as post adjutant In re Keying Lieut Edwarda the com- manding oflicer testifies t the faith- ful and efficient manner in which he has performed the varied duties of the positien and regrets that he is compelled to nccedo to Lieut Edwardes request Leave of absence granted Lieut Jas 15 Goc adjutant Thirteen In- fantry extended one month Tho following named eulisted mcti having enliated under false pretensea aro discharged without honor Recruit Jacob Arnold general servi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 April 1894

f LI I 4 R 7 1 k Ok IU r Btt VOL U nilZECTOIZy American Consul Vica Consul Clert STATEiOFFICEES Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor MSLCrne Comptroller J I ileCall Land Commissioner WL McGaugliey Trea urer Mr B WorUiam Attorney General C A Culberson gupt Public Instruction J 51 Carlisle DBTKICr AND COUNT OFFICERS Congressman Oth district btate Senator 27th district BepresentaUTes 3th district I T County Jaage Thomas Carson Countr Attorney Angusttn Celaya County Cleric Joseph Webb Mieriff E CPorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Survivor Martin Hanson Hide inspector CTainayo COUXTT COHMISSIOXEES I > reclnctKo 1 ATasqnei l > recanct Xo 2 EKleiber PreanctNo 3 F Garcia lreciiict No 4 P rerez Countv court raeets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March Jane September and December crrr officers Mayor Thomas Carson CnleT of Police J HJUhan Treasurer CAForsytlie Secretary B Kingsbury Attorney fliS8 tsuneror 5r 2 Ai eSBor tad Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 April 1894

= 9mfA > aSi2SZ i kiSUED KVEUT liAY EXCEPT SUKDAY 4x > C0EBESPOSDEXT3 B commnn icaton for this paper should T > o ac xfimpsnUd by the name of the au thor not nccessa Ujrfor publication but as evidence of good faith x > n the p rt of the wnfe Write d one eide of the Ttspsr in a plain hand Anonyraofn communlci Uons will not be noticed Toe HcrUj wU not tie VeiponilblefoEthe statements of Iti correspondents ries THURSDAY APRIL 5 9 Hex like water always find their level Theke will be no mud 6lin gi ng In the coding gubernatorial cam paigr Professional tramps learn from tho Coxby Frey outfit how to get free railroad t rahspOrta lion without dealing it hvght Govebsoe W rrs fhonld ini grate to Sobth Carolina nhd join GoverHbr Tillman if be still longs for gore to lava hia horsod biidle So cth GSSt oLcrA doesnt seem to fife kindly to pure liqriorj which Got Tiilmari claims is the only klrid eerfed n t the slate dfspbnBa The idea of Motita Moore going f cVngreis He would resemble ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 April 1894

> RF I fti i I i i i i theDaIly Mium BROWNSVILLE TT5VAS Pntprpfl at thP Portofilrp T rown vUe Texas as speonrtcbvw matter ABOUT TOWN Enjjin pr R sworth is out agiin aitnr piiqII of afclcnrx Th train for Point laixhel dirT not 1navi until n on tori T W regret to l < rn that IPs K tp Edward is quite ill t Mm Win Dprnnaao wm n pap i fhncor from tlip eosjf lnet ovening At tlip nun elnh 9pot vefterday flftrrnnon tln hPt Fpromalc w hc othor to t M lk n pBrguajod CO ort of SO bj F B Armstrong a Tho Pchoonor Emma Thornton lioTj ir1 for Lko Chirl s Louisiana sa lrd todayfnm BYazo Santiago Thp pt > insTiip Morgan is ndvor tlopd to pail from Morgan City for Ttrnzos in tomorrow ZYidav ih A itibfr for the repoto of tho soul of ihi late Spror Dimas To res wop Wlrbratcd at the Catholic church this morning FOR SALE Ton or more plmroa in tho First National Bank T f thp itv of Brownsvile Apply at this oftico Mr A A Browao who hap ho v quite ill f > r the pnat few days v we arc f Ud to sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 5 April 1894

I it Mtt i fiji if ARMY MATTERS liutit Dutiol F Anglum Twelfth Infantry ha3 been ap > 0htp I post adjutant Htid recruit- ing officer t Columbus Barracks totid asigncd to the cnminaud of thij depot department Lieilt Aahton B Lleyl nesuUnt surgeon Ins joined Fort Kiobrara iNetv Hospital Stevard Cabell re cnlistcd for the third time last Sat nrdnj completing his fifteen years Service On Frfday iientr Ei A Edwards Twenty fifth Infantry returned from a menthg sick leavo of absence and at his own request was relieved from duty as post adjutant In ro lievrng Lierit Edwarda the com- manding officer teetifics t the faith- ful and efficient manner in which he has performed the varied duties of the position and regrets that he is compelled to accede to Lieut Edwardss request Leave of absence grantod Lient Jas B Goe adjutnnf Thirteen In- fantry extended one month Tiio following named G nliEted ilie ri having enlisted under false pretenses are discharged without honor JRccruit Jacob Arnold ge...

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

X n VOL IT aisticToiy aCA wVf jrjak ooccja A iinu i A A l > ti- t i JJJOU t F Ji = furt STATE OFTICH23 Governor J SJXozg Licnt Qovornor M 1L Or lie Comptroller 3 D Hotel LondComnussiancr WL MeSsn Treasurer W B WoJtaam Attorney General C A Culberson Eljit Pablic Instruction J M Cj3u1o UBTKicr asd cousrr orncrns Congressmvi 9Ui district W H Cram btatc S Tutor 21th detracts r A Attc Itoastil Kennedy County Jnljc Thomas Corson County Aiiuraey Augnslin CJaya oauty Curt Joseph Wcb Micrar EOForto Treasurer C Garza A > e3or Geo Chamnoa Colkc ir J A Browne hurrejor ilrtin Haasoc ILda Irapecsor CTainayo couxty coiUiresioxsKS JrecInctSb 1 AVasijuez Pnxinct No2 E Kloiuer lretin t No 3 F Garcia lTanrt Xo 4 I Forez County coart niseis for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Moadiys iu 3arei June faeytciiibor and Deanber C1TT OFFICEKS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police L H Kthan Treasurer CAForsthe becntiry y B Kingsbury Attomej Frank renlie burveyor S TV Brook Assessor and C...

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

If ar frv 3 f3 BMLYH fim S fcsscso svset oxt sxccrr strsrove 50 CWEiaSNRJBSXTS FBCDAT ATEIL G A weather tJefk once at HeTrose ia Kansas whefre everything goes Let a cyclone slip tfCleanouttif his grip And the elements soon came to Wows Detroit free Press Six AKTosio ia prfeparing for another grand Battle of Flowers on San Jacinto day This beautiful flower festival is pecnlinily appro pfiate iiS tfic Alamo City and the eutire eialo feels a pride in its ac co mplish me hf San Antonio should keep alive forever this beatitifnl custom Long live llic Alamo Citjl ifay it never lack a ahbnnd ance of fiowefa with whieh to celebrate the annit erEary of the achievement Of Texas independence Galveston countys strawberry crop fa bow ready for the markot It will be entirely rfispoeed of in a few weeks and the enterprising gafdenefs will probably realize Enough money on their strawber- ries alone to support them during the remainder of the year Why dont some of Brownsvilles gar- deners plant Btraw...

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

Mi J I i w i y THEDAILY HERALD BKOW YILLE TSVA red at e p t ° fcc Imwns ct Yiue Texas as secondclass matter FittiMir jijpiut a AKOUZ TOWN Currency is 8cli < j laic today at Giip is still claiming h few be lalcd victims Kuiilc Ivleiliur was a psieseriger for Point taalibi this morning Mexican dollars are quoted in Now Yirk City today at 51 cent There will be a circn3 perform- ance Ht Ssiita Orua on noxt Sun Wu arc pleased to learn that Miss E I wards is Somewhat better today Mrs E Willmmi v lo lias been quite ill wo arc pleased to learn is much bctttK There was nn at empt at rain this morning btit it his failed to materialise fo larx c t From a private letter received hrrc last night we loam that W li Muckay is now in La- redo Tim teachers of the public school will give a picnic tomorrow to their pntil about o iio ihle below iown FOE IiENTA r goo i com foi table dwelling on L cvcc street with plenty of room Apply at this office POIt SALE Ten or more sh re in thi First National Ban...

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

4I I r tiT a Al5KS5SS3S AS SUE IJEEIx LOST AtoisicJy Felt lor tho Overdue Steamship Ejus Kcw York March 31 No word tjsayec been received of the where sheets of i9 overdfla North Ger rnan L ovd Liner Ems It is now a foregone conclusion that some mishap has befallen her There tjxisted up to lest night groands for believing that her deluy was oc castotied bj her ifforts to assist some distrceEed emit Had this been the case she would liaTo been heard from a d iy or two njjo Then toe thia belief was shuttered when the Luctnia and Nordland and other vessels enmo to port to- day they traveling westward over thp ocean track that would be fol- lowed by the belated steamship and reporting that nothing was seen of her Neither was there any sign of a vchecI that might liava re- quired the Ems services The theory that she baa broken down or boen disabled by coming in contact with theheavy ice which has been blockading transatlantic lines for week is well founded That Eho waanot seen by incoming ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 April 1894

n H 1 n M lb y vrer3s 9r VOL 1L SilllECTetRi STATE OFFIOKES Governor JS Hogg Lieut Governor H JL Cr ue Comptroller J D llcCall Land Comnussioncr IV L McGaugnej Treasurer W B Wortbain Attorney General C A Culberaon gupt Pubhc Instruction J H Carlisle DISTEICr AND COOSTr OFFIOHES Congressman 9th district W II Crain fetate Senator Ith district E AAtlee < W J ltuswll Keprcsentatives > ifc district JT WKennedy Countv Judge Thorax Carbon Onuitv Attorney AUgustiu CeUya County ClcrV Joseph eob therm E ° ° zU > Assessor Goo Champion Oolitcor J A Browne feurvevor lUrtni Hanson Uide Inspector C Tmayo couxrr comjiissioxehs frecinctSo 1 AVas uei lrcunct io 2 E Kleiber lnnnct > o3 F Garcia lTeanU2 > o4 r Perez County court mtcts for civil cnnimil and pro- bate business on the first Mondays Li Slarca June bepttmbtr and UocuuIkx crrv oittcees Mayor Thomasdr = on Chief of Police J H1 Tresunr A c Alorsythe becrctary Kni bury Attorit WaSSS fcurveyor ti A Michel Assessor and Collector P ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 April 1894

tf fchlDAX APRIL 6 JZfr + 3w kSSCED KVKRT DAY KXCSrT SCOTAT to coanEsrosDESra ill iomanaloUoai toe tVu piper sjrato Va s fafUrtVjUtytatt oaacT Ike jattaor sotaeceas put ot tt wnteE Wrftstrn w ride cT th pper in fbdn tusd AwjajTCoas cosuanka rapSG bte tek Vn sUtaaests of lie cotresjvaOccts A weather cleric once at Melrose in Kansas where everything goes Let a cyclone slip Clean out of his grip And the elements soon came to blows Detroit iTree Press Six Astonio is preparing for another grand Battle of blowers on San Jscinto day Tin bteautiful flower festival is peculiarly appro prists to the Alatdo City arid the entire state leels n pride in its sc complisbment San Antonio should Steep alive forever fhia beautiful custom Long lire the Alamo City Slay it never lack a anbunddne e of flowers with which to celebrate the anniversary of the achievement of Tens independence Galveston countys strawberry crop1 fg now ready for the markot It will be enftfely disposed of in a few weeke and the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 April 1894

I I M I B h THE LUILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE 52vAs n nt3 red ffirtomce browns yfflc Texas as secondclass matter FMtUMfr PJtlL G ABOUT TOWN f Currency is selling hure today at OS Giip id still claiming few be- lated vietinu Euiilc hJuih ur wn6 a passenger for Point Isabel thii morning Mexican dollars are quoted in New Yurk City today at 51 cents There will be a circm perform- ance ni Siuta Cruz on next Sun- day Wo arc jtlcnscd to learn that Miss E Iwards is somewhat butter today Mrs E Willmmij v ho haB been quite ill we arc pleased to learn is much better There was an attempt at rain this morning lint it feis failed to materialise so t rf From a privttc letter recoived litre last night wo loarn that W 11 Macicayj is iiow in La- redo Thu teachers of tjtc public school will give a picnic tomorrow to their pnpilt about ono in below town FOIS KENT A good com- fortable dwelling on Levee strest with plenty of room Apply at this tilficf FOIl SALE Ten or more share in the First National Bank >...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 April 1894

t BROWNSVILLE SAS SllS SEEN LGST4 StHrty elt for the t3verd o Stcnttiehip Ems iNew York March 31 No word Itts yet heen received of the nhare boctaofth overdue North Ger inan Loyd Liner Suis It is now a foregone conclusion that some tnitbap has botallcn her There existed up to last night groands for beiuving that her delay was oc casiancd bj her tfforta to assist some diBtrcssed craJt Had thia been the cast she would have been heard from a day or two ago Thea toe this belief was shuttered when the Lncnia and Nrdland ftnd other vessels came to port to- day they traveling westward over the oceau track that would be fol- lowed by the belated steamship and reporting that nothing was s en of her Neither was there any sign of a Yeesel that might hava re- quired the Ems services The theory that she baa broken down or been disabled by coming in contact with theheavy ice which has been blockading transatlantic line for week ia well founded That she was not seen by incoming steamers after eIio...

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

If I 2 2i i < ii B 4 VOL II SilliECTOIt 3 STATE OFFICSKS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor 71 M Cr uo CoaiptroUer J D McCaU Ijmd Commissioner WL JIcGanghey Treasurer W B Wortnam Attorney General C A Culberson fiapt Public Instruction J 3L Carlisle DISTKICr Aim COUSTT OITICEES Congressman Otli district W H Crain Btato Senator 27th district Representatives Site district Iayor Chnjof Police Treasurer becretry Attorney ttart eyor AsjCi or iid Collactor U S DISTIilCT CO0ET The following are tho officers of and the limes and places of iioldmg court for the Western District of Texas U S District Juase ft Attorney Clerk Jarhal Chief Deputy Hlsrstal Court convenes in Sin Antonio on the rst Mon davh in Jfay and Xoember la Austin on the first Mondays in Februaryad July In Brownsville on the first Jfonday In January and second Monday in Jane In El Paso on tho crot Mondays in Apnl and Oc- tober TrtESTTEIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT District Judge 23tn juSlciil district J C g District Attorney J aa K...

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

x I i THEBAXLYHBaALB would have stuck there until I had t > g t > tu KB a corpse The men 38 i OBt > EVERT DAY EXCKPT SYKDAY rh > cohkesposdesk An eraastunlcsin tor this paper sbonHtii as tresfsaleibjUbj Bamoof tho anther cblntesMa rfly rar publication bet as erj < lcBc < gond ith on tb x > rt of Un writer Write oil one side of the pajtav jtltn bztil Anonynious bcxxz inlGi tmaiKiltsolboDoticttt THE II iuij > triJnotbe spon JUa fee tite statements of Its corrcspondento SATURDAY APKIL 7 J TTCS THE WORLlt JlGlIJV N more demure rend prim is she Sedate of mien or sad of browr The pretty Lenten devotee A high old time is having now New York Press Asau forgot to bring her 6how era along it seen Bkeceihbidgk ha3 robbed gray hairs of tiioir prosperity The South blushes to own W C P Brcckenridge as ono of her sonF = 3 Dk Brown Sequakds famous elixir of life waa powerless to i eafo its fnventor when Death came knocking at lriar door He died in Paris last Monday The Gulf ...

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

V M h n m i k THE DAILY HERALD i = itobVttsSVILLtt TZTTAk ifnm red at the Poctojjlccv luouns Texas as secoudelass matter s tTuni < iir3 pril7 ABOUT TOWN There will he a meeting of the Spuiinrds p oeiety tonightl There will be a at the tJ > iicordii Bociety toirght WANTED By two gentle- men h furnished rooml Apply at tnis ntKcfl Tle steamship Morgan Eailed from Morgan City yesterday nfter iioon at 130 with 2i enrs of freight FOR IIENTA goi com foi table dwelling on Levee street with plenty of rooml Apply at this office FOR SALE ten or more shares in the First National Bank of tlfejcity of Brownsville Apply at this office FOR SALE Jlolasses at 10 cents per gallonj Mexican money where not less than ono barrel Is tak- en Purchaser furnishing barrel Apply to Rio Grande Plantation Sorgannl Davis iuforms ns that the Rio Grande rose five feet at Laredo yesterday which indicates that eouiu rain has fallen within a few hundred railei of rb at least The Young Peoples Amnaement Cinb will ...

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

I fc v I a SjBjcsttgitiK vA Hon We advise 4f patentable or notlreeul J of The Herald will iKnij fjr CGSS Til 2 RIO BIIAVO City Of Mtfticn April 8 The l > iitji t JesterduX in honor of Pusident < s va3 a mot pro htmncutl Pieces Ovrr 300 covers vere laidi Tho haM was most ele- gantly nnd tastefully decor ted Villi iWers the greatest abnn t dance of il gs picttirce cascade railroad traitiF otc nil due to the excellent tnrto of Hon Ygnacio JjHJKnno Toasts were made by Justino Fernandiz hi tho name of the committei then President Diaz thanked the committee lie spoke most patriotically Then Secretary of tho Interior Manuel Romero Rubio spohc besides a nutnbci of other They were all heartily applauded The greatest cordiality reignod Tho larqnet ended at 11 oclock February exported 371000 to China The mint at Guadalupe coined 150000 silver dollars last month Mrs Romero Rubio wife of the Minister of the Interior and motherinlaw of President Diaz ir scrionely ills A prominent manager of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 April 1894

M A i I r r i f > i 23fe VOL II HlJZZZCTVlZa bXAT2 OFFI0EUS GoYernor T J S Hogg Lieut Govcnier 3L M Or ue Comptroller 3V MoCall Laud Commissioner W L McGaughr Treasurer W B Wortam Attorney General C A Culberson S wC rubiic Instruction J II Crlide IHSTKICr AXD COUNTY OFPICEES Congressman Otli district W H Oain Mate Senator 27th district S AAUee representatives 33th < Lstrrct wKeuMd County Jufli o Thoma5 Carson County Attorney Austin Celaya County Clerk Ji > eiik Webb sJiena ECForto Treasurer C Oarsa Assessor Geo Champion Colieotor J A Browne 8nr > cyor Slartiii Hanson Uidc Inspector CTjnajo COUNTY COJU1I3S10XEKS i > reclnctSo 1 AVusquez ITecinctNo 2 EKletber ITecInctNo3 1 Garcia ITecinct Xo 1 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate busmeS3 on tae first Mondays in March June fcepteiuber uid December city oimcrES JIavor Thomas Carson ChieT of Police J H klhan Trerfarer CAFtasytlie Eecretrj J 3 Kmgbbury Attorney FFa eie > Brooks faurTeyor Aaesaor and...

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