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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

If It h f H > SAILYHERAIB PWgjmgmJTUAmfiC vi i iSSUEpEVEUY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY J > V SO COBBESPOXDEKT Att ttraimimlcaUons for this paper siiottid bo ao fcomp nled by the name of the anthor not necessa- rily for publicaUon but as evidence of good faith on Ihe part or the writer Write on one side of the Jiper in a plain hand Anonymous cdmmnnica lions win not bo notice The Heilild wiJhotbo f eeponsfble for the statements of its correspondents WEDNESDAY APBIIi 11 What right lias the government which owes its support to those citizena who dont belohs to Coxeys army to become a lather to the Coxeyitgs and Inrnish them with employment Goxet would make this repnb lie a paternal government The people want no paternalism in the tJnited States Onr government iaa ereation of the people and Cannot become their Little Fath or Massachusetts has passed a law compelling all persons who dock thoir horses tails to cover them with fly netting dnring the summer rnontlip The old Bay State thns tela h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

> t J f L t 0r THE DMjLY HERALD BROW SVILLIT TE AS IrjsoA so j i l iiii ABOUTJIJpWN For electric inirit jnli p3 go to Leahys WANTED By two gentle- men a furbished room Apply a tliid office FOR SAL Ten or more klmrea in tlie First National Bank of the city of Brownsville Apply at this office FOE SAEfe itblasse at 10 cents per g Ilon Mexican Bioney where not lerS than one barrel Is tak- en Purchaser furnishing barrel Apply to Bio Grande Plantation We were pleased lb itioct C pt duo J Smith on the streets this morning The captain is fast re gaihiiig his ii6D > l health after a se houa illness i Tke following paEScngcr8 left or the train IIiib afternoon to take tho BteamerJ Cornelius Stiiluiati CiiAUuey Stilhnan fof Now York CitjMx and MrsHM Melntyre for Dal lae AIi6s Nora Corbet t for Sah Antonioj arid a Mrs La Mark An alarm of fire was sounded last night aboht seven oclock the firecompany promptly respond- ing to the call It proved to bo nothing of any consequence how bver Only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

i t = s DEFECT IN THE LAW HeW l ofk yerehants M > j Have < to Pay licavy Duties New Yoik April G Collector Eilhrolh and Deputy Collector Conchj who vvctit to Wellington ttojc etimniomn there by Sccetary Carlisle to gjVe ndrice concerning tho remedying of a serious defect in the Wilson tariff bill which has IJCenMiscbrered here and which if left H3 itis wonld it is said unirt tontionally cause serious harm to importing merchants In nnticip rttion of lower dntics on import hpy have nearly filled public and private bonded warehouses with im- p ort does not provide for goods on shipboard Ics3 the Wilson tariff hill he amended they will have to pay duties on those goods under the rates of the McKinley law in rtll cases unless thny be drawn ont iorconsumption The bill as it now reads ported goods seemingly fgnorant that nn and in warehouse for other purposes than consump fion and thns goods imported here before tho enactment of the Wilson bill though free under that hill and dutiabl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

I r f k 3 r vol n DXRECTOIIZ STATE OFFICEES GoTcxnor J S Hogg Lieut Governor M ILCrne Comptroller J D JlcCall 3jand Commissioner W L McGaugbej Treasurer TV B Wortliara Attorney General C A Culberson Eupt PublicInstruction J 31 CarliJo DISTEICr AXD OOtTXTT OFFICERS Congressman 3th district W H Cram State Senator 27th district t A Atlee WJ Kussell EeprcsentaiiTes S5Ui district i T W Kennedy Count Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augusttn Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb fchenff ECTorto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Caanspion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson llido Inspector C Tsraayo COUXTY COH31ISSIOXEES rrcdnctXo1 AVasquez rrcpinctSo3 B Kletber PrecinctXo 3 Garcia PrecinctXo I PPerez County court meets for civd criminal and pro bate business on tho flrot Mondays m ilarcn June September uid December CITY OFFICEES Jlayor Thomas Carson ClucT of Police J UKlhan Treasurer A ForayUie Secretary Jf B Kingsbury 5111sss S WBroots Surveyor Asacasor and Collector G A Michel XT 3 DI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

TH2BAILYHERALB 3an i < 5 < Mfoqr Issued eveut day except sunday 0 C0toESP05DEST3 All communications for this paper should be ac Compacted by the name of the author nol ncccssa filyfor publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the write Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions win not be noticed The IIkuxd will not bo responsible for tho statements of its correspondents Wednesday apeil 11 What right lias the government which owes its support to those citizens who dont belong to Coxeys army to become a father to the Ooxeyitc3 ° and fnrnisll them with employment Coxey would make this repnb lie a paternal government The people want no paternalism in the United States Onr goTcrnment is a creation of tho people and cannot become their Little Path or rr Massachusetts has passed a law compelling all persons who dock thoir horses tails fo cover fliem with fly netting during the enmmer lrvonth The old Bay Stale thus pets her sister Etates ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

If 1 B I V J S THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TZTAS irlEDAhEsDjii Jpriitu ABOUT TOWN t > x For electric mint jnlips go ti Leahys 9 WANTED By two gentle- men a furnished room Apply at this office FOR SALE Ten or iiiore shares in tlie First National Bank of ilie city of Brownsville Apply at this office FOR SALEt Molasses at 10 cents per gallon Mexican money where not less than otic barrel Is tak- en Purchaser frirnishing barrel Apply to Rio Grande Plantation We were pleaEeil to m ect t pt 3no J Srhith on the streets this morning The captain is fast re- gaining his u sdnl health after a Ee nous illness Tke following p asscngersJefi or tho trdii this afternoon to tnke ihe Btea merf Cornelius Stilliriaii Ch suncy Siilhrian fuS Now York CityjMr and MrsHM Mclntyre for Dallas Mies Nora Uorbett for San Antonio and a Mrs La Mark An alarm of fire was eorinded last night about seven oclock the fire company promptly respond- ing to the call It proved to be nothing of any consequence how- ever O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 11 April 1894

i if r r T v Defect in the law 5 er York MercUfcuts M < y Have to Psty Heavy Dhucf ew Yoik April Collector ELubroilt and Deputy Collector Conch who went to Washington were snimtiomd there by Scc etary Carlisle to give advice concerning the remedying of a serious defect irt the Wilson tariff bill which has been discovered here and which if left as jt is wonld it is said nnin tent tonally cause serious harm to importing merchants In nntioip htion of lower duties on imports they have nearly filled public and private bonded warehouses with irn port does not provide for oods on ehipboardj less the Wilson tariff bill he amended they will have to pay duties on those goods under the rates of tlte McKinley law in all c ses unless they bo drawn cat for con = tlraption The bill as it now reads ported goods seemingly ignorant that un and in warehouse for other purposes than consump ion and thus goods imported here before the enactment of the Wilson bill though free under that bill and dutiab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

w f t ItI vol n S SlECTOJi SGCZZTSES state officers Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor SL M Cr uo Comptroller J D McCall Zand Commissioner W L McGaogbe Treasurer W B WorUtam Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Public Instruction J SI Carlisle DiSTaicr and coram officers ConsresKnan 9th district W D Grain State Senator 27th district E AAUee Bepre tattvee 85th district W Ksuirfy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney AugusUn Oelaya County Clark Joseph Webb Sheriff ECForto Treasurer a Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson HiiKInspector CTauiayo cbrorrr cojihissioxeks Precjictlto AYasquez PruaactKo 2 E Klcibcr Precinct So 3 F Garcia rrecinctKo4 P Ita County court meets for etnl criminal and pro- bate bsineag on the first Mondsyi in March June September and r > cceinber CITY OFFICERS Slayor Thomas Iarson Chierofpiiiee H Kttan Treasurer C A iorsythe Sccretary JfB Kingsbury Attorney FrankFeuille Surveyor S WBrooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel U S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

ir i iffiBAHYH3EHALB 3ipi < Issued evedy day except sxjnday TO COKKESPONDESTS All communications for tliis paper should be ac fcompanied by the mmo ol the antlior not necoasa rilj for publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions will not be noticed The ITrTUTn wLlnotbe responsible for Uie statements of its correspondents THURSDAY APEIL 12 The declaration of peace in Srazil va6 only an April fool affair it seems The insurgents havo broken out again The Yoakum Graphic is boost- ing Ed Linn of Victoria for cou gres3 Mr Lnn is popular though out this district Lee Rouctkee of the Kyle Star Vindicator informs a correspond- ent that ho believes there is a hull dimply because there ought to be All country editors will agree with iJro Rountree CoXGEESSHAN WlLSON who IS Still lingering at San Antonio convalese ing from his recent illness has wisely refrained from reading the newspapers but he f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

ft IJ i V V < K e2 = THE DAILY HERALD Brownsville te as Entered at the PostoGice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter THUJtSOiY 1 RIJM2 i ABOUT TOWN For electric mint jnlip3 go to Leahys The best beer to be found in tlie city is at Celestin Jugimsl The beat bier for a summer drink iB Premium Pae for Sale at Jagousl The last of the freight from the steamer came up at 0 oclock last night Money market tojay is as ful lows Buying 190 selling two for one WA NTED By two gentle- men a furnished room Apply at this office The very latest Beer White Label Ecqnisit to be fodnd at Celestin Jagnu sl Reports received tod y shoi he stage of the river at Ringgold the same as yesterday The steamship Morgan sailed from Brazos at 11 oclock tlsis morn- ing for Aldrgan City The Ro Bravo still continues iiigh owing to the recent heavy fains at and about Laredo Jrist received at Celestin Jagbu s by last steamer a fresh supply of the celebrated AiihaaserBrisch beer The firtt blackberries o tlie sea ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

II 4MM cjST MEXICAN MltCELLANY City of MixicyApril 0 Interna lioiiul Press Association Hon dulio LiniHiitXiur AI 0 md brother of the finance minister leaves for Europe via Yera Cruz WudiiuatUy itt ter having signed a contract to contiinic ihc banking business with H Shercr until the end oi 1897 A freneh syndicate Is nbout to establish a huge cotton factory in the Stale of Pncbla Manufacturers of woolen and cot Ion goods throughout the country say since tho fall of silver consump- tion of home manufactures has in increased Mr llouicro Rubio has sufFeieJ a relapse Preparations are most active to Celebrate the fifth of Mty the an- niversary of the defeat of the French ftt PuebU Though there arc many com- plaints of hard time to judge Uy the theaters it is not sx At the Nutioiul Thofctcr Cwqnehn Harding have been filling the house with seals at 4 At OrrmV Asiatic Puntominc with increas- ed prices hundreds are turned away nightly At the PrincipaJ Theater the splendid variety com panj und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

J it m i vol n JIKECTIti rJV STATITOFFICEK3 Governor J Hogg Lieut Governor Jt iL Crane Comptroller 3 D 3IeOall Land Comatesfaner W L MeGaoghey Treasurer W B WortLam Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Public Instruction 3 31 Carlisle DISTEICr AXD COVETS OFFICEES Congressman Sth district W U Grain Btato Senator 27th district E AAUee lEeprescntatiTes83thdistret xw Kennedy County Judge Tljomas Corson County Attorney AugusHn Celaya County Clerk Jc i > h Webb Sheriff EC Porto Treasurer C Garaa Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson mde Inspector CTimiayo COUXTY COMHI3SIOXIIRS Precinct No 1 AVasqnez Precinct Xo 2 E Kleiber PrecinctSo3 F Garcia Precinct No 4 P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro lute business on the first Mondays to March June September end December CITY OFT1CEB3 Jlavor Thomas Carson ChieT of Pohce HKltan Treasurer C A Poreythe Secretary J B EiDgabury Attorney Frtmt FeuIUe Surveyor SWBroota Assessor and Collector G A jlichcl TS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

fe V u Q > 5 tfai Issued eveut day except sitcday TO C0EHEST0SDEXT3 AH commnnicaUoos for tills paper should be ac tompaniod Ijy the name of the author not necessa- rily for publication but as evidence of good faith on the part df the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions rill not be noticed The HmiTi nil not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents THURSDAY APRIL ll The declaration of peace in Srazil was only an April fool affair it seems The insurgents have broken ont again The Yoakum Graphic is boost ing Etl Linn of Victoiia for con- gress Mr Lnn is popular though out this district Lee Roustkee of the Kyle Star Vindicator informs a correspond cnt that he believes there is a hell simply because there ought to be All country editors will agree with IBro Ituuntree COSGEESSMAN WlLSOX who is Still lingering at San Antonio convalcEe ing from his recent illness has wisely rofraiued from reading the newspapers but he finds if di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

> = v J5 i I 1 r K Is h 4 ft i 6 THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TSVAS Entered at the Pbctofiice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter nunso iTj rizii iHIMHHiMii ABOUT TOWN For electric mint jnlijjs go tu LeahyV The best beer to be found in the city is at Celeslin jHgoiiV The belt bier for a summer drink is Premium Pale for safe 8t UagouV The last of the freight from the steamer came tip at 9 oclock last night Money market to lay is as fol- lows Buying 190J selling two for one WANTED By two gentle- men a furnished room Apply at ihia office The very latest beer White Label Es tjuisitr to Be foiind at Celestin Jagou s Reports received today shov the stage of the river at Ringgold the same aa yesterday The steamship Morgan Eailed from Brazos at 11 oclock this morn- ing for Morgan City The Ro Bravo still continues high owing to the recent heavy rains at and about Laredo Just received at CeJestin Jagou s by last 6tcamer a fresh supply of the celebrated Aniiau sifBrisch beer The first ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 April 1894

ft r f f se SSf 3 MEXICAN MIfc CELL ANY City of Mtxie April 0 Interim tiojiiil Pres3 Attention Hun dnlio Liitituitour M C and brother of the finance minister ieavet for Europe via Yim Cruz Wudiieetllv aftur luving iCnod it Contract to continue the banking business with H Sheicr until the end oM897 A Trench syndicite is about to establish a large cotton factory in the State of Puebla Maiiuficturers of woolen nnd cot Bay sincu the falLof silver conjump tion of home manufactures has in Greased ilrs lloirero Iiubio has suffered a relHpse Preparations are most active to Celebrate the fifth of May thu an aivcrsary of tho defeat of the French at Puebii Though there lire Siany com plaintsof 13rd times to judge by tho theaters it is not so At the National Theater Ooquelin Harding have been filling the house with seals at 4 At Orrine Aquatic Puntomiiic with incress ed prices hundreds are tnrned away nightly At the Principal Theater the splendid variety com pany under the Alba management is cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 April 1894

tf h VOL II Billi EC TfPSi y V S District Judge Attorney Cl rL i irsUA Lhiaf Dopuiy Marshal C > mnindtJ yi ri inastd t st aurjeja U s CUSTOM riOUsR JoloiA jj hei CUJector Atwnum Special V uts a a io P J3 fi A Reljoa taor Werk MCXICVN CONSULATE 6 F J Jlefert Consul A Lou irii SSiCSSTSES AKRIVALS Agg y STATS OFFICEItS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Gownor SLALCrue Comptroller J D McCall Lind Cocuuiasionsr W L jleGanghey Treasurer W B Worthani Attorney Gencrl C A Cclbeion EoiiCPaWic Instruction J H Carlisle DISTJUCr AD COUXTV OFFICEE Congressman 91b district W n Cram Sfcte Senator 27th district K A Atlee ItcpxsHMKn4 83thdteet t eSSiv County Jaige Thomas Carsoa County Attorney Augusta Celaya uunty Clerk JosqiSWdib Shcrai aCForto Tr j urer C Garza Aasossor Geo Champioa Collector k J A Ilrowne Mure > orl Martin llaason Hide Inspector C Tataayo OOCXTV COMMISSIONERS lroejnciXo 1 AVasques llvcuiet Nu 2 Kieit > or PreoinctSo3 F Garcia PreanctXo 4 P Peres County court meets for eivfl crimina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 April 1894

L a MLYHE ALB Issued eveky day except sunday TO CORnESPOXDESTS All communications for tliis paper should lie ac tompanicJ by the name or tne alitlior not necessa rfly for publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica- tions Trill not be noticed Tiie HDum wUnotbe responsible for the statements of its correspondents FRIDAY APRIL 13 Lattker T J KcMinn is still talking his popnlistic fallacies to the Express interviewers Lawyer McMinnd case is a sad onp He is a good man gone astray The Caller reports another good fain at and about Corptis Christ i e congratulate orir Nueces friends on their good fortune and wish they would let lis know how they have managed to get into the g ood graces of our sometime friehdJnpi ef Pluviris Kate Field likes the newspaper ttit becaOse they make life so mricb rdorc ihte fcSting Yori can ick out the pcoplo who afe some- body on the street at the theatre fir in the rail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 April 1894

r < Jl f IK I f y TyJr c x z < yy y THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TEvii Entered at the PoctoQice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter FltlDAfr APItlL 13 ABOUT TOWN For electric mint jnlips go to Leahys The bust beer to be found in the city is at Celcstin Jago iiV The best Beer for a summer drink is Premium Pale fur Bale al JagouV WANTED By two gentle- men u furnished room Apply at this office It there was any news to be found in the city today our report- er was unable to Hud it Tli e steamboat Bessie expects to leave for up river ponts on tomor- row morning al da light t Just received at Celestin Jagori s by last stcauier a fresh siipjdy of tlie celebrateii AnliauserBusch beer Contractor Genl Snider has com- menced the irceti > n of a dwelling on St Charles street for Mrs m Kimball FOR RENT A gdd com- fortable dwelling on Ecvcc street With plenty of foom Apply at this office Reports cotno frnn the Arroyo that good rains have fallen and the BurroiinJnig cui fntry looks f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 April 1894

roixTo arocx people I Wfacr B Jia l < S iKrtSfi is a plcas ttnthrkfc villi at liautpiun lIcNtlu XtivkavS BitK < iibrii lives jnt tiaisidc f London t J devotes Jus j < ro Utict rocket gardening Tho duke of Portlnnd h3 a present twenty three horses in trtuitig at the Heath House stables at iltwmarket Mnnfciscy has received an order for another immense painting for the Hungarian parliament house The king of Italy has conferred the order of Ss Maurice and Inztrus on Sir Joseph Lister 11 Pasteur and Professor Rudolph Tirehow Louise Chandler Mou tuu de- votes litr Friday afternoon to re- ceiving literary Celebrities at her beiuifui home in Rutland ftjuarr 1 > ston Gdlve is mademoiselle not ma- dame It worrits tho great prima donna more than she cares to ad- mit to see herself spoken of in the papers as a matron T Clarke Russell lives dn the Islandol Thanot Tiie lionse ie largo and inviting and from its windows can be see tho tossing waves of the turbulent North Sea CR1LIAN CLA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 April 1894

B I ft r V1S VOL II C > niniaaJer UM c ni a r x ct jaToCOJ JHECTOI T Jj STTE OFFICE2S Qcrtrorr J Hogg Lent Ooweinr JLJlCrse Oumptrolfrr jyx ilcCsB Land CorautiShioner Vf L jroflacghey Treasurer W B Worthain Attorney OtnonU C A Culberson BnpL Public Ijslracaon J MCurliale warmer axd car rx officers Congressman 9h district W n Crain Btato Senator 27th distnU E AAtlee Representatives 8J district J SSSy Ooanty Jsi e Thomas Carson < only Attorney Acj ustin Celaya onatr Cijrk Joseph Webb tLnX JlCFarto fruasurer C Gsrsa Assessor Oco Cnsmphni Collector J A Browne ixirveyur Hartal Hauion Hide Inspector C Tamayo COU5TY COMMISSIONERS rtcinct K 1 AVasqaps rrojact X 2 EKleiber lr ieiuct i o 3 1 Garcia i > < x4i t So i P Perez County court Elects for civil criminal and pro wt baam on Uie first Monday u March Jane f > ptembcr and IXetniber crrr omcEKS Mayor CUtefofPoice Treasurer Swaetiry Attorney if fcuntjor Assessor aad Collector Thomas Carson J HKlban C Aror8ythe J3Kmg bary Frank...

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