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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 7 April 1894

1 A I HSBMLYH KL8 TiSOEO KVEKY BAT EXCWT SUNDAY TO COIIRESPONDEXTX All oomroniikations lor lhi paper shoall be so emnpaniedbythe same of the aathor ootneacsax iflj for publication but as erjdmcc or good fiitb on tb p rt of the writer V rito en dre Mite of the paper la s plant banil Anonymous conimnmcs txma will uot bo noticed The Hesiu > wiJnotbe respoosiblafjr the statements ofiu correspondents SATURDAY APKIL7 > IJTTO TRE f OKLD lG + HJi No more demure and prim is she Sedate of raien or sad of brow The pretty Lenten devotee A high old tirao is having now New York Press April forgot to bring her show tirs alon 3 seems Rkeckiitbidge has rubbed gray llairs of their prosperity The Sontli blushes to own W 0 P Brcckenridge as one of her sons De Bkowit Sequards famone elixir of life wa3 powerless to 6Wo its ihventor when Death came knocking at his door lie died in PariB last Monday TAe Gulf Shoro soliciting com ifiittoo has reorganized and will make another charge at San An tbniofl ...

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. — 7 April 1894

u r I j u s a a 1 TOEDAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TSYAi Entered at the Loctoflre brownt vllle Xoxi3 as second jlss matter s tTsmiKav JSPRIS 7 ABOUT TOWN Thore will lm a meeting of the bptninrds tobiety tuiiinht There will ha a inciting at the VJutieordi society toirght WANTED By two gentle men a furnished roi > in Apply at ttiis vilicf Tiie steamship Moigm tailed Irom Murgiti City yosteiday alter noon at 13d with Si cars of freight FJR KENT A goi cora foi table dwelling on Levee street with pltnty of room Apply at this office FOR SALE Ten or more shares in the First National Bank of the city of Browns ille Apply at this office FOR SALE Molasses nt 10 cents per gallon Mexican money where not less than one barreUs tak en Purchaser furnidhingbarrel Apply to Rio Grande Plantation Sorgonnt Dam iuforras ns that the Rio Grande rose fivo feet at Laredo yesterday which indicates that some rain has fallen within a fuw hundred miles of us at least The Young Peoples Amusement Cinb will give a so...

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. — 7 April 1894

If k w w 1 > i AT J l3 8rwsw XX t W + iWamrwi itW C0S3 TliE RIO BRAVO City or Mexico April 3 The tMirtjiict festenl y in honor of President Dua was a most pio ttomrgttd eiitces Ovir S00 covcie Vrcre laid Tiie hal was most cle gHnlly mi tastefully decor ted with flowers the greatest abun dance of flags pictuiee cascades railroad truing ti nil due to the excellent tate of Hon Ygnncio B JHnno Toasts were made by Jnstino Fertiandiz in the name ot the Committee then President tiaz thanked the committee He epoke most patriotically Then Secretary of tho Interior Manuel Romero Rubio spoke besides a nnmbei of other They were all heartily applauded Tc greatest Cordiality reignod The Lanqnct ended at 11 o clock February exported 371000 to Chinri The mint at Guadalupe coined 150000 silver dollars last month Mrs Romero Rabio wife of the Minister of the Interior and motherinlaw of President Diaz k scriouely ill A prominent manager of ex cursion parties from the United States to Mexico is now h...

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. — 9 April 1894

V r 6 f ll s i i VOL IL nttZKCTGXlY srvrn orrioEns Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor M M Or lie Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner W L SIcGauKiiey Treasurer V B Wortham Attorney General C A Culbervta BnpL Public Instruction J MCarlisle DISTEICr AND COUXTT OmCEKS Congressman Olh district W U Cram fetatc Sanator 27tli district E A Atlee Boprcsentatnres 83th district tIvL sSSedy Comity JjJgc Thomas Carson County Attorney Au usUn Celaya County Clerk Jo epU Webb thenar ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A JJrowne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTumayo COOXTY COJllIISSIOICEKS rreclnct So 1 AVasqaez Precinct Xo 2 E Kleiber PredoctXc3 F Garcia PrecinctXu 1 P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate bu > ineai on the first Holidays In March June beptcniber end December Clii CFTTCEIiS Mayor Chief of Polios Treasurer v fcecretry Attorney Surveyor Assessor aud Collector Thomas arson J H KUian tfAForsythe JU Kingsbury Prank leude S Wllrooks...

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. — 9 April 1894

1 ft 1 1i i i I i h fc i tS > HS3AgY > HEBLS IjSOEDKVEUY DAT EXCEPT SUSDAT td C03BESPJSDrST3 Ail aiaunerlians ferttJ 5serii C3iai > j as torn jofiitiiby the came or the trateor cot necessa rily or jrabiicUo n but ss evidence of grotl i2th on the prt oT tfce Kiit r Vr S on a gjjg Cf e Jaytr ia piiii losi Atonjraous commuiuca taraswill cot be noticed Tar Hcsjlu > wtlaotbe rc oasitle for the siaitsaeats cf its correspondents MONDAT APBIL 9 Chktoks senatorial boom doesnt Eoem to be a healthy one The San Antonio Express nl lndcs to the Father of his country thus George was pretty gay bird Branua bump of reverence must be represented by a big dent in his craninm Maj G W L Fiy of this city is receiving letters from infiaential men all over the district urging him to become a candidate for con gross Maj G W L Fly would iruke a splendid represonta tive from the oldchocstring d strict His numerous friends throughout Southwest Texas would be delight ed to hear of his announcement V...

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. — 9 April 1894

t IS < J Y > h m w it 2 Jtr t daily > ri ri > 4 iiKOW riVlLLE TSVA Entered at the Foctoflice liijowns > ville Texas as secondclass matter I = riOJTDjijr tpniB 9 4B0UT TOWN A picnic party left for the conn try this morning A number of drummers ariived on this trip of the steamer The eeeond trnin for Point I h oqI left at 3 oclock this afternoon A skirmish shoot by the saldiore took place at Fort Brown this after iiooiu WANTED By two gentle men n furnished room Apply at this office Another prize tennis game at the residence of Mrs H B Terrys this afternoon The schooner Garnock left Point Isabel Saturday afternoon in ball last for Lake Charles Coles tine Jagon will receive by this steamer a car load of different brands of the bcBt beer made Capr J J Smith has recovered sufficiently from hie recent illness to be able to walk around the iionse FOE RENT A good com fortable dwelling on Lovoq street with plsuty ef room Apply at this office FOR SALEf Ten or more shares in the ...

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. — 9 April 1894

S R C3 Tvas scaled m this Tipremo ctmrt litis Ttti > nnnj at lis opening lo hear Ihu wrgHmcnts in tuc Commission < 5ase8 Attorney XSimeral Culberson concluded the argument begun yes tcrday While there was itlu tipportumty afforded for an elabor at fpusrdi tiie attorney general Tilade the best of his opportunity He clearly Gxed hi6 side of the case in the minds of the conrt for when Mr Kruttschnitt followed they plied him at every elep with qnestious Mr Kruttschnitt was was also very clear and very logical and very brief Judge Dillon of Kew Yuik poko longer and more elaborately upon the general principles involved rather then the specific features of the case and both Mr Kmttschnitt and Mr Culberson had covered all of tbe local features that is the relation of the commission law to u constitution general laws and practice in Texas Mr flenry C Coke closed the argument speaking for the State of course The attorneys regretted the short time and the arguments snbmitted were not hal...

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. — 9 April 1894

II V ts S f V < V0T JLI 11ii 1L iflliECTOIiS STATZ OFFICEUS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor M itCr no Comptroller j D UcCaU Land Commissioner W L McGaughey Treasurer W ft Wortham Attorney General C A Culberwn Bapt Pnalia Instruction J 31 Carlisle Disinter axd couxtt oEncEcs Congressman 3th district W U Crain bUte Senator 27th district F A Atlee WJ Kussell V Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney allgt Hu Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb hcnll FCForto Treasurer C Garza A sessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CToniayo COUNTY COU31I5SIOXEES 1 1PreclnctXo 1 A Vasquez rrecinctXo 2 E Kleiber Precinct So 8 F Garcia PrecinctXo I P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CUT OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Caief of Police J II Klhan Treafeurerr CAFoi > ythe Secretary AfIl Kingsbury Attorney Frank Feuille Surveyor S Wllroois Assessor and Collector G A Mic...

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. — 9 April 1894

1 m pistol lytnc in U o w j took it era Specialist tTliera is as much Icroia iSSUBO EVERT DAT EXC T SCJCDAT SO CS > UB SrOSDEST3 iS n > nalc Uens f rtihriti ii BJ4 ac fcraspacWA by iia nzatct the atitfccr rat WW jvuttrcsUss t > nt aa rriftcaca cr sSoar h on ts part sl the writer Writ a t > rfd trT the pI > er it s itiiR Kmi Aaonyiacas conuninues licBSsillcotbeirotictu Tics Hnmi TrtJaotbc rupnjasNe for lie siaicaeats or lis csrrespmaints MONDAY APRIL 0 Chiltons senatorial boom doesnt eora to Tie a healthy one The San Antonio Express al lades to the Father of hie country thnc George was a pretty g y bird Branna bump of reverence ftirist be frp rosentcd by a big dent in Iiib cranimn Maj G W L Flt of this city is receiving letters from inflacntial men all over the district urging him to become a candidate for con gress Msj G W L Fly would make a splendid represonta five com the oldshoestruig d strict llis numerous friends throughout Southwest Tesas wonld be delight od to ...

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. — 9 April 1894

V 4 R TEE DAILY HERALD hidalgo happenings imOWXSVlLLE T vas Entered at the PoEtoffice < browiis yille Texas as secondclas3 mutter WOJlttrj J3PRil 9 ABOUT TOWN A picnic party left for the conn try this morning A number of drunimers arrived on this trip or the steamer Tho second train for Point Ih bel left Rt 3 o clock thin afternoon A skirmish shoot by tho soldiers i took place at Fort Brown this after noon WANTED By two gentle men h furnished room Apply at this officel Another prize tennis game a the residence of Mr fl B Terrys this afternoonl The schooner Garnock left Point T Isabel Saturday afternoon in ball Inst for Lake Charlea Celestine Jagou will receive hv this steamer u car load of diftereu brands of tho beat beer made Capt J J Smith lias recovered sufficiently from his recent HlncM o be able to walk around the honseJ M FOR KENT A good com fortable dwelling on Lovec street with pleuty of room Apply at this office FOR SALE Ten or more Ihnrea in the First National Bunk of t...

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. — 9 April 1894

TSBtlOM MISSION CASE Yaliinjton jit51 5 Kcnilj nil fTltiR TiXaa itlcyaiion lo con rcp AVas seated hi tlm ttiprcmu cnflri HiismoYmnjT nt itsupining lo luar llto urgnmcuts in Use CummUston cacs Attorney General Culberson concluded the argument begun y f terday While there was lit la i pjK > rtnm y affoided for an elabor ate speedi the attorney general made the best of his opportunity He clearly fixed his 6ide of the case in the minds of the court for when Mr Kriutschnitt fallowed they plied him at every etep with questions Mr Knittsehnitt was was also very clear mid very logical and very brief Judge Dillon of New Yoik spoke longer and morecl boratcly Tiptin the general principles involved rather then the specific features of the case and both Mr Kruttschnitt and Mr Culberson had covered all of the local features that i the relation of the commission aw to the constitution general laws and practice in Texas Mr Henry C Coke closed the argument Fpeiking for the State of course The att...

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. — 10 April 1894

4L I tt i tt V BL VOL II l iuriuzaiiu A A iro uu h AUddon MIlSiCTOSiY STATE OFFICEES Governor J K Hogg Lieut Governor M 3E Cr ne Comptroller JD McCaU Xoiid Cominissioncr W L SIcGaughev Treasurer w B Worthai Attorney General C A Culberson gapt Public Distraction J JI Carlisle DISTKICr XSD COUXTT OFFXCEES Congressman 91h district W II Crain State Senator 27Ui district K A Atlec representatives 83Ui district wKeSedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney anguslin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb fchcrUT E CForto Treasurer c Garza Assor Geo Champion Collector J A llrowre Surveyor llsrtin Hanson Hide Inspector C Tinayo COOXTY COJ131HSIOXETS JTecinctXo 1 A Vasquez lreeinctXo 2 i E Klciber irecinct Xo 3 i F Garcia iTeoiactXo 4 P ierez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the fir t Mondays in M rcli June September md December crrr officecs Chief of Polices Treasurer s Secrctiry Attorney Surveyor Assessor and Collector Thorns s Carson J II IClhan CAForsythe 3B Ki...

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. — 10 April 1894

1 > J3 > 3FT T > tlTll 0 1 IMI iilli IjSITUB EVESr DAT EXCSTT SCSBT TO COSaESKESDZXTS fi cw = Ks ia 4ti 8r l kj t tfcooiabe as ti g l idi ae writer Wtttecn fee kj sl lis papsc ia pkia ianil JLaosystoos coassuzica wapsad e far Site sUte oita cT la cont poafccts TUESDAY APRIL 1 It seems that Santone is about to hate Another railroad in spite of Iiarself r 9 The News 6tHI nourishes its fahh in iarcdo gold mine We hope it may not be doomed to dis appointment If axl times who claim to be eraocratsj are democrats then we defy tho dictionary makers to define tins term democrat 1 As Coxeys army is supposed to be broke their raid on the Capital City may properly bo called the charge of the Light Brigade tVrra work on tho proposed ulf snore and the Corpus Christi Brownsville railroads going on at once the laborer s of Southwest ftjxas wHl 6oon have paying employ xfienf j AyrEe Mndnstriously circulating report that he would soon retire from tins lecture platform Bill Nye iVout making ...

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. — 10 April 1894

f 9 < < P Ik i s THE DU3Y HER1LD BROWNSVILLE TS AS rferMsifcilr tfPRii ib ABOUT TOWN Lovely weather j The Brownsville Gnn cub Had a shoot this afternoon > Look o rit For enrlj news of Mr Miller coining to build tiio rail road Old 3npe tooled in lastnight e forget that All Fuolt day Iihb passed We ommitted the naino of J t Michael froth the steamer passcn ijur list esterday j i Reborte from Rio Grando City this afternoon says that the river ie fallingthere There wjllbe a meeting of the Knights or Honor lodge tonight Altanembera are requested to at it end Vf6R SALEJ Ten or more shares in the First National Bank of tile city of Brownsville Apply at this officol Corpus Christi Caller April 7 Hon Jaa B Wells leaves this morning for San Antonio and Aus tin on legal business Hut expects to return again in two or three days Th i river commenced rising here yesterday afternoon at 5 < Fcl ock and np to ah early hour this morning it ha3 risen four feet since which time it b as been...

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. — 10 April 1894

sr AHilOlt PLATfeS SO AND A L V AGAIN I tfittibur l5 pril J Ql of the informers who gave the gov fcrnmetit kaq information which led to the fining of the Cirnegie fconipujy Tor furnishing armor plattjndt lip to Ue Standard quiet r left Bra ddocE I t night ior Washington for the purpose of having an interview wiih Secretary Herbert with a view of having the ctitife matter investigated in a thorough manner by a congression VaUcothmittee Though tho deep f est eetirecy is maintained by the informers in the affair to keep the matter from becoraing public nn 4iltheir plans are developed it has been learned that they will make an effortto have a comwritteo of congress sift the matter from the Start They are much disgruntled over the offitful report of the mat ter made by the secretary They claim that it was general in its na tnre and did not make a pretense oreutering into any of the detail HE CHANGED TILE FASH IONS The visit of Kossuth to the Uni fed States in 1851 had an import antinflue...

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. — 10 April 1894

ft U ifn n Collector of State Tax J 15 Zolezzi C > Ur Stamp lax A A Lassciuint Collr city tas K do los sautos 0 y CliSTOll OFFICII Alministrador G Fernari < loz Oontador J ivo Acting a > Cjptain custom cuanls SSJfiia VOI II tSIZECTOIlZ STATE OFFICERS OoTcmor J S Hogg Lieut Gtivcmor M3LCT Comptroller J D JlcCall lAudCommissioner W I McQanshey Treasurer VT IX Worthom Attorney A Calbersoa Bnpt lulUc Instruction J JL Cirlklq DISTEICr AND COOSTT OITICEHS CoEgressmin Dili district W H Crain btatc Senator27th district E AAtlee l pr nblTM83thdutact Wlen dj County Judge Tliorais Carson County Attorney Augustin Oeljya County Clert Jo = eph Webb Sheriff ECIorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collectori J ABrowne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo COOXTT CO1UIISSI0XEES IrecinctNo 1 Precinct Xo 2 PrcetactXo 3 Precinct Xol ATasquez E Kleibtr F Garcia t XrC i County court meets for civil criminal and pro Ittte business on the first ilondays ni March June September end ...

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. — 10 April 1894

I iV tHE fiSLY ESiSJB iSCES ET3TET DiX ETOKT ScTvBXT tO OGSXESFCSSECTS tomtaxitZ Uie Esseta Ore nQxrwAsecesw tS pert I tte writes T n ae i9 cf tie UaasxtSlBettieTOiicol Tss Bctuxs il uoXTje TUESDAY APRIL 10 It seems that Santono is about to hsve another railroad in sptto of hferftelk The News still nourishes lis failh in LafcoVa gold mine We hope it raajr not be doomed to die Appointment i T If all thoes who claim fo be derfiofifats afe democrats then we doty the dietiorfary maker6 to define the term democrat A s Coxeys army ib supposed to oe oroke their raid on the Capital Crtymay properly be called the tttatgQ of the Lignf Brigade l7rra work on the proposed fjhilf shore and the Corpus Christi fjrotfhsvllle railroads going on at once the labore fa of Southwest jfeXas wtH soon have paying employ m ehf AjTzslinduatrioualy circulating report that he would soon retire from the lecture platform Bill Nye iV out making another tour This move eavors somewhat of Madame Pattis Farewell tour ...

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. — 10 April 1894

H m2 1 tf I IfiL i Vw IVs f HE DilEY ttElUfcD BROWNSVILLE TE AS i ttf J JL3 5 3 x7sb 5r rfPniL i o ABOUT TdWN Lovely weather The Brownsville Gun c ab bad shoot tUis afternoon Look out for early news of Mr Hitler coming to build the rail road Old Jupe tooled u last night He forget that All Foolb day his paBed VVe ominittcd tlie name of J Michael from the steamer passen ger list yesterday Reports from Rio Grande City this afternoon saja that the river is falling there There wiljbe a meeting of the Knights of Honor lodge tonight jP All members are requested to at tehdl FOR SALE Ten or more shares in th e First National Rank of tile city of Brownsville Apply at this ofhcol Corpth CJmsli Caller April 7 lion JaS B Wells leaves this j Morning for San Antonio and Aus tin on legal business bnt expects to return again in two or three days The river commenced rising stand Heavy clouds with lightning in the north and weit last evening giive every promise of a copious rain but disappointment was...

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. — 10 April 1894

9 u Ktt < Jtt PLATES SCANDAL litlsbarjr w April C > nc of > se = tfeee Address G ABSSBW liie tiifonnira who gave the 0v teromcut 5 c ihfonnalion winch led to the Suing of diu Cirtiegle fcOKipniiy fOI famishing armor plnte po dpto tljQ standard quiet ly IcftBratl8oclc last night or Washington for the purpose of having an interview wilh Secretary Herbert with a view of having the entire1 matter investigated in a thorough manner by a concession til committee Though the deep est secrecy ia maintained by the informersTn the affair to keep the matter from becoming public nn til their plans are developed it has beet learned that they will make nn efforttohave a committee of Congress eift the matter from the start They Bre much disgrnnlled tYer the official report of the mat ter made by the secretary They claim that it was general in its nn tnre and did not make a pretense of enteringinto any otthe detail HECHANGED THE EASH IONS The visit of Kossuth to ths TTni ted Stntes in 1851 h...

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. — 11 April 1894

> i fc 1 w i n ftFV C fert ALongomi nrenrrfsss vol n DIRECTORY BTATEOITICERS Governor 3 S Hoss Lieut Governor C 3d M Cr ne Comptroller 1 J DiIcCall Xnd CommissioiicrW L JIcGiughcy Treasurer 1 W B Wortham Attorney Culberson B ° pt Public Instruction J 51 Carlisle DiSTEicr and comrrr officeks Congressman Stli district TV IL Crain State Senator 27th distract EAAUee Representatives 85th district JWJ KusseU IT W Kennedy Coanty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney AURUstin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb EhenlT t ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne 8urvcyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo COUNTY COJ13II5SI0XEES FrecinctXoXr r AVasquez Precinct No 2 EKleibtr lrecinctNo 3 F Garcia Precinct No 4 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June Beptember and December crrr officers Mayor Thomas Carson ChieT cf Police J Klhan Treasurer CAForsjthe Secretary i JBKinssbury Attorney Frank Icuaie Surveyor Vh...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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