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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 April 1894

h5f tltfifttyc taSGBD EVECY DAT ESCSTT SUNDAY TO O0SBISP0SDE5T3 fc y fee ptwosm b s tvidaioe < > r g a aah en tiw put ol bw trciicr WnJ m one as VST fie temper In a pkia hind Aconjrootts cCEuaaBica ticssvillcotbeiistieei Thk Hiuui wU not fee VttpocsIWs fot lie stataaents of lbs correcposdeats PRIDAYi APEIL li tiAWEEis T J KcATcnr is still talking his popnlistic fallacies to the Express interviewers Lawyer McUiniid case is a Bad one IIo is a good man gone astray TflE Caller reports another good fain at arid about CorpHs Ohristi We congratulate otlr Nueces friends on their good fortune and wish they would let tis know how they have managed to get into the good graces of our sometime friendjnpi tcr Planus Kate Field likes the newspaper cut because they make life so much more interesting You can pick out the peoplo who are some body on the street at the theatre or in tire railway tram and better ycf Can often have the pleasure of calling tire attention of eofire one else to this f...

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. — 13 April 1894

I h i r r ft TfiE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TSVAS Entered at the Pocfo fiice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter FRiB sr tr > m is ABOUT TOWN For electric mint julips o LeuhyV Tite best War to ho funnJ In tln tity is at Celestin JngnnX The best b < er for a summer drink is PretYiiuui Pale for sate at JagouV WANTED By two gentle men k furnished room Apply at tl j is offiec Itttiere was any news to be Found in the city today our report cr was unable to find it The steamboat Bessie expects to leave for lip river pouits on tbmor row morning at day light Just received at Celestin Jagoii s by la6t steamer a fresli supply of the celebrated Anhau serBuseh b etr Contractor Geo Snider lias com tnenced tlie irectioti of a dwelling on St Charles street for Mrs Win Kimball FOR RENT A god com fortable dwelling on Levee street with plenty of room Apply at I his office Reports come fr iji the Arroyo chat goid rains have fallen and the iurroiinding country looks fresh and green FOR SALEl 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. — 13 April 1894

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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. — 14 April 1894

sr J i b ifr vol u tflRECTORY V S District Judge Attorney Clerk Jarshal claef Deputy Marshal STATE0FFICEE3 Goiemor J S Hogg Lieut Governor 1L 1L Cr = ne Comptroller JD McCall Land Commissioner W L HcGaubey Treasurer W D Worthani Attorney General C A Cnlbcrson BupU Public Instruction J M Carlisle DISTKICr AUD COOSTi OFFICEBS Congressman Oth distnet W ILCmn State Senator 27ta district E AAtlee Itcprosentativcs85thdistrict xW Kennedy County Judge Taomis Carson County Attorney AURnsun Cdaya County Clerlt Joseph Wtbo fchenfl 2CForto Treasurer O Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Suntyor Martin Uanson Hide Inspector CTamayo couxrr coainssioszES l > recinciXol V qS eZ precnctKo 2 1 clbtr PreeinctSo3 Ii ° PrecinctSo 1 P Tens Counlv court meets lor cirJ criminal and pro Tjate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December cmr OFFICERS tlavor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J ILKllian CAForsythc JB Kingoury Frank Ieaille fe WLrooM Surveyor S Aesessor and Col...

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. — 14 April 1894

> Sv THSBAILYHEKALB yfipfm ± xjAki win iiaijii n Mm i nM j J V5i Entered at the Postoffice lirowns ville Texas as second class matter ISSUED EVEllT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY TO C0KKESP0NDEST3 All communications for this paper should be ac lompanied by the name of the author not necessa rily for publication but as evidence or good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions nll not be noticed The IIeiiald vrtJnotbe responsfble for the statements of Its correspondents SATURDAY APRIL 14 It is dangerous tor one to be anything ont of common in theee daj6 of cranks and enterprising newspaper reporters TiiE more free lunches and fne rides given the hobo the moic encouragement is given to that class of nuisances New Yokk dispatches of bsi Sunday report among Saturday casualties four suicides and five nnsnecessful attempts nt Euicide Coxey has been compared by somo of his fanatical admirers to John Brown To do him justice however it sho...

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. — 14 April 1894

b TEE DA1LT HERALD BROAYXSVILLE TEVAS sATvno Y jsrjiit m ABOUTTOWN The Ladies Aid society issued prov sions to 137 applicants this morning 3 A smttll but neat board house is being erected out near the cty cemetery Light showers are reported along the river this morning s far up as llio Grmdo City The Uekalds Fort Brown cor respondent comes to the front with an interesting budget today The steamboat Bessie left this morning for R o Grande City at I30 With a good list of freight From n curtman who enmo in this morning we learn that a pretty fair rain fell last night eight miles west of town Brownsville is much in need of sanitation It would he wise in the authorities to look after this matter at otice as the hot Eenson is at hand We noticed this morning several cart loads of hidts and bone com ing in Iromthe back country Al 60 a number cf carts going out with freight for interior points The Fort Brown boys Lre pump ing lead at the targets every day There are some fine ehota amongst th...

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. — 14 April 1894

fc I f 5 OP r TCrrGFTiC WJlSFifCTOK3 C t J3raaZmuuwu rjwi SSOME21N SEW YORK esdvr oSllie Cuban ItevolnliouislsJ Was Not Oaptnred s Wff jSTcw YnrkjApril 9 The World says General Gomez the Cuban revolutionist is now in New York The steamship Alert of the Alias line left New Yoik March 32 and arrived at Nuevitas March 30 Jose Marti editor of La Patrin is the president ol the Cuban re volntionary party in America That party is divided into groups or club There are elevcu of these groups or clubs fn New York and Brooklyn it is said sixty one in Key West fifteen in Tampa others in Oeala Philadelphia Chicago New Orleans and other places in the United States and some in Mexco and Jamaica The clubs supply fnuds and keep tho revol ntionary fire burning A correspondent of the World attended a meeting of conspirators at Kingston 0 amaica February 20 and learned that the llaytian con spirafora had banded with the Cu ban revolutionists to make a deter mined effort to overthrow the exist ing gover...

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. — 14 April 1894

tffc T l + voi u BiSItECTORY Til STATJ OFFICERS Governor J S Hogs Lieut Governor M 3L Crtue Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner W L SIcGanslity Treasurer W B Worttam Attorney General C A Cdberson Bnpt Public Instruction J M Carlisle Disnticr atsd couxrr officeus Congressman 9Ui district W IL Crain State Senator 27th district E AAtlee f W J Haskell Itepresentatives 83Ui dlstrieL j W Kennedy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorneys Angnstin Celaya Joonty Clerk Joseph ttebb fahenff z OTia Treaburer C Garza Assesbor Geo CLampion Collector J A Browne Surveyor MartinHanson Hide Inspector CTanayo COUXTT COMMI3SIOSEBS ATasquez EKlsiber F Garcia P Perez lrecinctSo 1 Precinct Xo 2 Precinct Xo 3 Precinct Ho 4 County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate businesaon the first Mondayfa in March June September and Dcceinber CITT OFFIC2KS Carson Uavar Thomas efts poyev o TreaKarer CAForsythe C tJt JBKinK bory E v WS2S Survejor 5 A Jlichel Assessor and Collector G V S DISTKICjiOUET The...

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. — 14 April 1894

h te PC rHEBAKYHSRALQ kntered it the VcfctoGice browns ville Texas As secondclass matter iSSOCD EVERY DAY EXCElT SUNDAY TO COItRESPOXDEXTS All communications for tWs paper shonld be ac comiiamcd by the name of the author not aceessa rflyor publication but as evidence or good faith on the part of the venter Write on one side or the paper in a plain hand Anonymous commxxnica Uon will not be noticed lax Heiuij ssld not be responsjulb for the statements of its correspondents SATURDAY APRIL 14 It h dangerous tor ono to us anything out of common in these days of cranks and enterprising newspaper reporters The more free lunches and free fides given the hobo the more eneonragemctit is given to that class of nuisances New Yokk dispatches of last Sunday report among Saturday s casualties fonr suicides and live nnsucccEsiul attempts at suicide Cosey has been compared by 6ome of his fanatical admirers to John Brown To do him justice however it should be stated that ho was never half so bad as t...

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. — 14 April 1894

r i p rnt rrrtn THE DAILY HERALD > BftOWiNSYILLE TE AS STlDRn > Iir JSPStlL 11 ABOUT TOWN The Ladies Aid society issued proveiori6 to 137 applicants this morning A Bitiull hut neat board house is Ijeiog erected out near the cMy cemeterj Light showers are reported along the river this morning as fur up as Uio Grande City The Heralds Fort Brown cor respondent comes to the front with an interesting budget ti daj The steamboat Bessie left this morning for Rio Grande City a 730 with a good list of freight Prom n enrtman who came in this morning we learn that a pretty fair rain fell last night eight miles west ol towc Brownsville is mueh in need of sanitation It would he wise in the authorities to look after this matter at once as the hot Eeason is at hand Wo noticed this morning several cart loads of hidis and bone com ing in Iromthe hack country Al so a number c f carts going out with freiglit for interior pointe The Fort brown boys Lro pump ing lead at the targets every day There...

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. — 14 April 1894

liOilEZIN NEW Leidcr of the Cuban RevolulidnistE W s Not Captured New Y < ilcApril 9 The World fcajs Giiu ral Gomtz the Cuban rcvuhuitiiiis is n > tvin New York The sfe unship Alert of the Atits hue lift New York March 32 in J arrivtd at Nnevitio Mnreh 80 Jose Marti cdtor of La Patrin is the president of the Cuban re volutionary party in America Thai part is dvided into groups or clubs There are eleven of these group or chibs in New York and nnokvi it is enid sTxty one in K > y YvTst fifteen in Tampa others in O aa Piiladelphiuf Chicngo Ne Ofejiip and other places in the UiitLd States and some in Mix co and Jamaica The clubs supply funds and keep the ievol ittionary lire burning A corespondent of the World alteiided a meeting of conspirators at Kingston Jamaica February 20 and learned that the ILiytian cou fpirafcrs had banded with the Co ban revolutionists to make a deter mined fk > rt to overthrow the exist ing governments of both islands It was agreed to form an exped...

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. — 16 April 1894

VOL E HJt JXfcECroit > STATE OFFICEES Wernor JSIIogg tcit Governor 3L3ICrnc KDfiroller J D SIcCall a Commissioner SVLlTcGausLcy L aorer W CVTorthaia jUttorney General CA Culberson ljupt Public Instruction 321 Cruslo uisnucr axd county officeks ongtrssTiian Sth district W H Crain ale Senator 27tu district E AAtlce cpresentiUTCs83thdistnct Kennedy aunty Judge Tlioinas Carson bunty Attorney AugUbtin Celaya junty Clerk Jo epli Webb texiff CForto casurcr C Garza or Geo Champion > Uector J A Brotrne eyor Martin Hanson de Inspector CTamayo COOXTY COMIIISSIONEBS eclnctKolr A Vasquez tcinctNo2 K Kleiber ieanctXo3 1 Garcia iTCinctSol V Perez County court rneete for xivil criminal and pro te business on the first Mondaysia March June tecibcr and December 1 l r CXEY OFFiCEKS r yor Thomas Carson Lie of Police J H Elfcan pjasurcr CAForsytbe jetary V B Ksniebnry rjomey Frank Fcculle rreyor S WBrooks scasorandCoUector O AJJ ltf ° XJ SDISTBICT COURT f Tio following are the officers of and tho ...

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. — 16 April 1894

THEBMLYHSHAL9 3 8Biir Entered at the Poetofiice browns vill Texas Ss secondclass matter xiSUZD EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COBEESPOXDEXT3 AH comamnlcihom for tMs paper shoald be ac fcompsaiea by the ciaioof the author not Aoceesi tajfcrpaahcitniE bnt as cridaseo ol goodfuth oa Uie put ol tfie tn r Write on one side or the bpcr in a pliin hand Anonymona comnnnka boss Tt31 not bo noticed Tbs Hnum trUsotbe trapossIMofor the statements at Us correspondents MONDAY ATRIL 1C In view of the Wolcott silver re eolation Mexico is about to boy cott American silver Cobbett has decided to give the American presses well as tho thea tor goers a rest and has gone for a tour in Enrope Editor Bbann should apply to Don Pedrito San Antonios nlleg ed miracle worker for a prescrip tion to cure him of the ballucina tion that he is a democrat The Rockport Now Era is respon Bible for this statement San An tonio claims to bo the home of two men whoso names are Schudzick vonderjutechenka and Poli kono cliskawin...

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. — 16 April 1894

c ri r TBE DAILY HERALD BROWJSSVILLE TSVAS aojrojrlr jiprie ig ABOUT TOWN Wo call attention to the change in Kiatns ad today The cloaca still continue to tan ta izo na with promisee of ruin The best Goer for a summer drink is Premium Pale for Bale 8t J agons Mr Jap G Browne i e having hia residence on Levee street replas tered and geueially renovated The 6eatnship Morgan is adver tised to sail from Morgan City via Galveston fur Brazos on toinor row Tuesday FOR SALE Ten or more eliarca in the First National Bank of the city of Brownsville Apply at this office A horse which is enppoied to have been smuggled was seized yes terday morning by Mounted Iuepc c tor Rporgo Connor We are indebted to Con6ul Sami Thanhauser Uncle Sams popular oonsul at Matamoros fur late pa pers for which he has odr thank 1 Cioriista of Matamoros re ports that Jnlia Padron the woman who was wounded last Friday was killed She was not even very se liously wounded We learn from Dr F J Combe that Policarpo L oya th...

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. — 16 April 1894

BROWNSVILLE Vcstcrds Wt a Dz ot Sufferinef For t e Commonweal j gazebos cooki oanjBroB County is tba eslrcmo soalhcrn county of Texas It is soperated from Mexico by tho Rio Grande oOjlho Bonth acd Las about 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1S4S and contains 330S square miles Farming and stock raising aro the principal industries of tho people the location ciimalo and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater portion of the soil is a rich laoin and produces an exceedingly hcivy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two End sometimes three crops of corn aver aging From fifty to seventy bnshes per aero ere raised yearly while cotton will easily yield froai one lo two bales per acre Grasses grow ail the year and stock find paslur ago without being fed or sheltered during the winter But tho soil and climate uf the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by nature best adapted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetable of all kinds...

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. — 16 April 1894

a vol n directors jCountjr Clerk Joseph Webb BShenff CCrorto Brreasurer C Garza Essessor Goo Champion Collector J A Browne TtuTeyor Slarlin Ilaason Iidc Inspector CTan > ayo cocxty cosuiissioxebs rccSnctKoI A Tasqnez nctSo 2 IlKleiber TocinctSo 3 F Garcia TecinctSo 4 A Perez Connty conrt meets forfcitd crmnM and pro > ate hu ines3 on the first Hondaya In March Jnne cpteinber and December w cm OFFICESS J aycr hisf or Police rcasnrcr fecrctsry torncy xrveyor saessor and Collector I EEPAETCKE r Alice Texas daily at Mon Eio Grande City dlrWeaaiia Friday at0 ani a uj y point Isabel daily a atJJuani day AimrvALs n Alice Texas daily at 10 p ni likTGrande TriYeekly at 7 pm Ibubd daily atO pm Point t Mauaioros Mexico ± i0 p m STATE OFFICE3S overnor J S Hogg icuL Governor XL 1L Cruo ompSiollor JDMcCall Vflg i Commissioner WL3IcGaushiry I TstJUxurer W B Wortliam Attorney Gcn < ral C A Culberson Sapt Public Instruction J II Carlisle cisraicr axd corxrr officees asressman 3th district S...

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. — 16 April 1894

II THEBMLYBGEEALB SSt8BIl X Entered aS the PcctoSce Browns villo Texas as secondclasa matter tiSOED EVEKY DAX KSCEPT SUNDAY TO COEEESP0XDE5T3 AH coacmaicaUOue far Ibis piper sbouLl he cc Vaunpraioabylie cuacof tho aslhoraotBeceeu tOjtor pnMicsHoi ljct as ralcaee or good fu i on 4lie put ol lie niter Writs on one sJdo oT the paper la 31 pUin fcni Anonymocs commnnlc faens uiH aot ba noticed Tie Ebus vUnotbe fcesaonslbla for the statements oHts catespoadent MONDAY APRIL 16 Is view of the Wolcott silver re eolation Mexico is about to boy cott American silver Ookbbtt has decided to give the American press aB well as the thea ter goera a rest and has gone for j > tour in Europe Editor Beaks should apply to Don Pedrito San Antonios alleg cd miracle worker lor a prescrip tion to cure him of the iialluciua tion that ho is a democrat The Rockport New Era is reapon siblc for this statement San An tonio claims to be tho home of two men whose names are Schhdiick vonderyutechenka and Polinkono...

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. — 16 April 1894

fe v n V I AV r THE DAILY HERALD V BROWNSVILLE TSVAS novfi > i j Jitipftn lie ABOUT TOWN We call attention to change in KiairTe id today The clouds still continue to tan talize u a with promises of rain The beat beer for a summer drink is Premium Pale for sale st J agons i Mr Jhr G Browne is having liia residence on Levee street re plas tared and generally renovated The steamship Morgan is adver Used to sail from Morgan City via Galveston for Braroej on toraor row Tuesday FOR SACK Ten or more shares in the First National Bank of the city of Brownsville Apply at this office A horse which is snppoied to have been smuggled was seized yes terday morning By Mounted Inspec tor George Johnof We arc indebted to Consul Sami Thanhaneer Uncle Sam a popular consul at Matamoros tor late pa pers for which he lias our thanks El Croriista of Matamoros re ports that Jrilia Padrdnj the woman who was wjiindcd last Friday was Hi killed She was not even very ee lioualy wounded We learn from lr F J Co...

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. — 16 April 1894

l f If e Sets Altar csterday Yv is a Day uf Snfferi For tiio Commonweal ets have been plftced at the camp and no member is permitted to leave place was oi c ofgrtat suffering for the Commonweal While the storm liftd abated some tho doptli ol show made walking bard and reete woro Sequent There were many mountaineers down here to view the Commonweal aud there is an ugly look abroad tonight Mountain dew has been flow iujj like water and the menare in pro per state for conflict The moun taineeraro excited over the army nnd will crush it out if possible Several clashes have been averted but troiiujrt is expected bore morning The only licensed sa loon in trie paee s opposite the camp and the l quor is being dis pensed with lavish hand Sue is tho feeling that Marslnl Browne tonight calls upon the army to care fully abstain from liquor or any possible conflict The next catnp will be General Grant and will be t Giantsvilla T > nigbt Urowne and his unknown are speaking The costom of ancien...

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. — 17 April 1894

fc 22fcar s r < 7 < voi n STATE OrTICEKS Governor J S Hoss Licnt GoTcrugr 2t3ICr ne Comptroller J DAIcCaU Land Commissioner W L McGanghey Treasurer W 3 Wortiiara Attorney General C A Culberson Supt Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTMCr ASD COOXTY OFFICERS Congressman eth district W H Crain gtatc Senator 27th district E AAtlee UepresentatlTes SoUidistrict I t tv Kennedy County Judge Thomas Cirson County Attorney Augustin CcUya County Clerk Joseph Webb fcheriff ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Burreyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo COOSTT COH3II5SIOXEBS Precinct TSo 1 A Vasquex J ecinctNo5 E Kleibcr iTeclnct Xo 3 F Garcia Precinct No 4 PPerez County court meets for civil criminal acd pre law business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CITi OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J KKlhan Treasurer GAForsytho Secretary gKin5l > ur7 Attorney WnSSft Survejor f f Assessor and Collector O A Miclul TJ SDIsflU...

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