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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

9 Si t i isai Jy i WBna x < caixsroxDESTS 3r siedtyke sssecf lc actlor uc necessa- rily lor rcfcXxUec let 3 n3 csce of ood iulU on tits psrt a the rater Write ea enc si3s ct the jiipcivtt plain kaad Anonynscrs camaitrnvy tions irtll nal be noUcci The HrrnrTv VJ nofbe bespomibte for tic statciacata of its cerrespcsdsaU Tuesday apbil 17 a awwMca tan WOLCOTTS FOLLY Onr Mexican neighbors amuse ineufc over Wolcotta absurd coin- age scheme has betin transformed into amszetneut at the United States senate for adopting it They iio doubt look Upon the prepostor ons plan much as Americana would regard a request from the Mexican congress to be permitted to coin Mexican silver into Uuited States dollars thus making them worth lOO cants instead of only 50 cents Audacity is the name for it To be sure the proposed coin is not in- tended to bo circulated iu Mexico but to be sold in China a market which Mexico now supplies but the United States scuate greatly nndercstimates the business capa eifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

II ti W i a f r THE DA1L1 1IHULI > > ksbels routed BRQWivSVlLLE TSVAS i sing ot spring a thing That this year seems a hoax or thehreezc < 5oth freeze the trees And the croctts cranks Philadelphia Iteeord ABOUT TOWN The wind has been unusual Strong and disagreeable today The steamboat Bessie left Ed in hurg yeBterdsy afternoon ut 3 30 lur Rio Grande City An interesting game of tennU was played at the residence of Mrs H B Terry yesterday afternoon Thure was a horse sold at the custom house this morning which was seized by one ol the custom guards The steamship Morgan eailed from Morgan City this afternoon at one oclock fpr Brazos with eleven cars ot fringh Commissioners court met this morning thete being no quorum present tho court adjourned until Thursday awaiting the arrival ot one of tha commissioners The following marriage licenses were iBsucd today by Depnty County Clerk Howard Miller Pea dro Cavazo3 and Santos Gonzdes jAnumio Espinozi and Simoua Figucroa We are pleased ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

E m OF GAKGLIKG nu 1is twice v llircc times a dav vhit in titxiic sulaiiun there Vs ulJ wjT b 8u much sickness In the Ust ten years I have never ad col J soro Ihroit r fever and 2 ascribe tins irrmniiiry solely There arc any nvmbor or proprietary ami fceptics that are excellent for tin s purpose but uuay tnoro simple agents that are as rood or better Due of the best ot the inter is car- bolic ncid A verj weik solution of this p rgled pnd held iti the mouth two or three times a day will Work womiere Immediately after using one will find that the mouth feels cleaner I uelievo that a great majority of the common throit and Icing trotibes come from the lodjr tnent of disease microbes withm the mucus njpmbrances of the mouth The free use of antiseptics will kill these germs Memphis Commercial The Bos- ton Journal eay3 that the number of labor meetings being addressed in Hungarian Italian and other languages in the statu of Pennsyl- vania suggests the question wheth- er there are any Amer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

HI V f VOL U 3 > I RECTORY juAil sZtii icti < 5T bTATE OFFICERS J S Hogg M 3LCr no J D McCall WLMcGiURliey W B WorUiun C A Caiberwn J 31 Carlisle Governor Lieut Governor Comptroller land Commissioner Treasurer Attorney General Bnpt Public Instruction DISTEICrAXD COUNTY OFKCEBS Congresfuin Oth district W II Crsin Btato Senator27th district F AAtee IW J Itusscll Ecprescntatives 83th district ITW Kennedy County Jn3ge Tuomaa Carson County Attorney Angusan Celsya County Cleri Joseph Webb thenir ECForto Treasurer a Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne buneyor Martin Uanson Ilide Inspector CTainajo COUXTT COJIMISSIOSEaS PreclnctSol A Vasqaes Precinct So 2 E Kleilxr Precinct Xo 3 FGarcia Precinct Xo 4 P Peres County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in Msrch June September end December CITY OFFICII Mirror Thomas Cirsoa Chief or Police J H Khian Treasurer GAForsythc EccreUry Jf B Kinssbury Attorne S05 8 Surveyor 5 Y f ° k Assessor an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

Entcre l at the PcctoGJco Isrowas ville Texas as secomlcliss matter liiUJi liYiUIY fliV EXCiCTr SUNUAY TO COEESSPOXSEXZS i2 coTniRaaistticia for Ubjgsytr shcaldbe as onsf 2utdlif the narseof tie cctior not DK 3i r lyfa pathetics bstascvteeaeeci gocdfsitiiea the part cf the vrnier VtHta < m one sMe of the pijKT ia a pbia hind AceE raoss comauiuca uossaia not Ire notice J Tec Tram > wiJnotfce reqionsiUcfor Uss f tstcmests of its cciTcspcndeuts TUESDAY ATRIL 17 WOLCOTTS FOLLY Our Mexican neighbors amuse meat over Woleotts absurd coin asu scheme his been transformed into amazement at the United States senate for adopting it They no doubt look upon the prepostor oira plan much us Americans would regard a request from the Mexican congress to be permitted to coin Mexican silver iuto United States dollars thus making them worth 200 ccuta instead of only 50 cente Audacity is the mime for it To bo Biire the proposed coin is not in- tended to be circulated in Mexico but to be sold iii Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

> > h w TM daily herald rebels routed BROWNSVILLE TSVAS TtTEsOrfi 3PIlie 17 suns siavs I sing of spring a thing That this year seems a hoax Jor tuebreezc doth freeze the trees And the crocus cranks Philadelphia Becord ABOUT TOWN The wind has been unusually strong and disagreeable today The tteat nboat Bessie left Ed in burg yeEttrday afternoon at 3 30 For Rio Grande City An interesting game ol tennis was played at the residence of Mrs 11 B Terry yesterday afternoon Thwre was a horse sold at the custom house this morning which pas seized by one ol the custom guards The steamship Morgan sailed from Morgan City this alternoon at one o clock for Brasoe with eleven cais ol fringh Commissioners court met this morning thetc being no quorum present the court adjourned until Thursday awaiting the arrival of one of the commissioner The following marriage licenses were issued today by Deputy County Clerk Howard Miller Pe- dro Cavdzna and Santos Gonzales Antonio Espinozi and Simona Figuer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 17 April 1894

fr I bSEFITS OF GARGLING A fit Lords Doctor if people wond wash ont their tnonths twice or three times a day Willi = ii antiseptic solution there Vronld not be so ranch sickness In the last ten years I have never had a coldjSoro throut or fever and I ascribe tins immunity solely There arc any number of proprietary ami teeptics that are excellent for this purpose but n > iay more Dimple agents that are aa good or better One of the best of the Liter is car- bolic acid A vcr weak solution of this gargled and held in the iriouth two or three times a day will Work wonders immediately after tising one will find that the mouth feels cleaner I believe that a great majority of the common throat and lung troubles come frouif the lodg tnent of disease microbes witlrn the mucus mpinbrances of the mouth The free use of antiseptics will kill these germs Memphis Commercial The Bos- ton Journal says that the numbpr Of labor meetings being addressed in ilungarian Italian and other languages ill t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

Is f 1 I 1L ft vol n HSItEVTStZ STATE OFFICEHS Ooremor j J S Hogg Lieut Governor Comptroller Xaad CoinniiBhioncr Treasurer Attorney General Enpt Public Instruction DISTBICr iSD CDDSTI OFFICERS Congressman 9Ui district V II Crain Btatc Senator 27th district E A AUcc IJcprcscntaUves8thdatrict wItaS2ly County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Aupustin CcLiya County Clerk Joseph Webb bucriir EC Forto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Purveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTaniayo COUNT COMMISSIONERS lrccinctXb 1 lTeonct No 2 rreeinctKo3 Precinct No 1 JTlliL SERVICE II M Cr liu J D SIcCall WL McGauRaiy W B Wortliam C A Culberson 3 JL Carlisle A Vasqutz EKleiuer F Garcia P Perez County court meets for civil criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December cmr OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretary H B Elnpsbnry Attorney FrankFemllc S W Brooks purveyor Assessor and Collector...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

I Rf rilfiiTi All this want and desolation is due to a lack of water Yet there is within reach of our landowner means of providing the necessary moisture The Rio Gracdo daily carries past 23 millions of gallons of water which could be utilized by those owning lands along its bank The expense might be heavy bn be returns on the investment would fur out weight the ontlaj For those who live too far ftoiu the river to receive this benefit it would be hardly bb expensive and equally as remunerative to bore ai tesian well although this latter i somewbat a game of chance Yet there is evety assurance given by eminent geologists that this entire coast regicn for at least fifty miles inland is underlaid by a network of Underground streams the same as fiie stratum which supplies the mag- nificent artesian wells at Galveston and Houston The splendij flow of water obtained in McMullen county just n few weeks sinco on Dr Taylors ranch has encourHqed man stockmen and farmers of that county to dril...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

< r r a fa fc tKj 1SEA3KJIER11D ABOUT TOWN Two brown muleswere seized l > v H > e oi the cnafotn guards today OdJFefltiwsmeeting tonight at Mlicrr hall Jvir Tutgnati dmg store Tito rhermometcr u tgisteird dogieisin the shade at3o0 rhis af tcTOOU A he V3 blow accompanied by HhuudeT and lighting with u Blight rain visited Point Isabel this niter juntv comirritEioneriT court will tneet tomorrow forthe purpose Or approving tha accounts of the tax collector The readers af The HiiRitD arc Requested to notice the ad of the So Grande Plantation adveitis l ng sugar for sale filn Jagon is a co moiaeur in the snattcrof table delicacies and hit gardens are noted for the excellence and v riety of vegetables produced There are Tory good indications for rain as we go to press and we feci sure that old Jtip will give us- a downpour between now and to tnoTrow morning Tboedrtor of The Useald owoc thanks to ilr Cdeatine Jagou fur bountiful npply of water ere Mhkik was greatly Teliched by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

I I t ft K fr < t OT lirowcsville the county sea ol WHY ARE VE ttlGULIiAKD ED A ii > ce ton ProJussor Aucwcrs l Experimenting with His Child FiuF J Maik Biidwin of ilincototi University Ins been per- forming a sciies of cxpciimcnta upon ono of his childeni with a view to fin ling cut the origin of lighthandodncfs There is no op parent scientific reason why a man should use onu hand any more than another or why the muscles ot ono arm should be strongci than those of the other A iumbprvol theories hive born advanced to account for the pheno- menon One o the iAst plausible is that people bccoiuc righthanded from the manner in winch they are held and canicd when Email children The mother carries the child in such a way as to leave its light hand free and from this eatly experience the habit is acquired which rnns through its whole life It is also a carious lact that the observation of animals fails to show an uneven development of the muscles or limbs on one side of the body as co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

4j IS v VOL IT Si I RECTORY r i QS ZSS jscztxEs < JP STATE OFFICSKS Covcrnor J S Hogs Lieut Governor M 3L Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall land Commissioner VTL McGatifilicj jJTreasnrer W B Wortham TJtorney General C A Culberson 8 pt Public Instruction J JI Carlisle DISTIUCr AM COUNTY OFFICERS Congressman 9th district W II Crain State Senator 27ih district t AAtlee representatives 83th district 5 wSedy County Judge Tlionias Carson County Attorney Augnstin Celaya 1 County Clerk Joseph Webb fchenff CCForto Vreasnrcr C Garza Assessor Geo Champion tSUcctor J A Browne fcnrveyor Martin Hanson llida Inspector C Tamayo COUNTY COM3II5SIOXEES lTednct So 1 lrecinctXo 2 Precinct Xo 3 Precinct Xo 4 AVasqucz EKleibcr r Garcia P Perez County court meets for dviL criminal and pro Iiato business on the first Mondays in Jlarcli June September and December cur OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Elhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretary if B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Fcuule purveyor S WBrooks As...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

SggF Scgg5S 5 i ii THEBAILYHEEALB Ifossq Mlt te Entered at the Poctofiice browns ville Texas as secondclass matter kiSUKD EVKUY DAY HXCKPT UXDAY TO COnitESTOXDEXTS All cocimmucsUoaa for this paper fhou d be ac compacicd by the name of the author not necessa- rily for publication but as evidence of goodfiith on Hie part cf ths writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain haoi Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed Tun IIduU wiJ not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 WHY NOT MA YE WATER Water watci continues to be the cry of the people of Southwest TeXas in Cameron county as well as in those counties winch have suf- fered tnnch more from drouth than has this county Cry after cry for help goes forth from fie dronth Stiicken region as the bur- den of suppoiting the podr be- comes too heavy fur Uie land- owners Many men who were for tfierly considered Wealthy on ac- count of their immense pasture- lands and vast herds of cattle arc today...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

r5T r fi THE DAILY HERALDDIEl n new Orleans an unfortunate mis TUEE The clii < f mourner of the wcik has been a youni tti iti in a M ine city who was entrusted I y BHOWNSVILLE T2YAS fiWSC ESO i P ig IS ABOUT TOWN Two brown muUS wer eiised l v oe of the cutom guards toxluy Odd Fellws uuuiimr tonight at llieir Jjull ovtr Put < gnat diu Tne thirmnmehr rrg > sti > ud Si degrcis in the thiido at 330 lhi af turit > otu A heavy blow accompanied by ttmnder md lighting with h slight rain visited Point Isabel this aftet IIOOI Ootinty cornmUeiouers court will meet tomorrow fur tho purpose of approving the accounts of tho tux collector The readers of The EIeuald are requested to notice the ad of the Bio Grande Plantation advertis- ing sugar for sale Mr Jagou i s a coitioiiur iu the matter of table duliatcieF and his gardens arc noted for the excellence iuid variety of vegetables produced Tiiero me very good indications for rairi as we go to press and wc feel sure that old Jupl wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 18 April 1894

< I P WilV ARE WE lUGiirIlASD A tiriucetuu Pruiissur Aucwcrs hy Experituuuling with His Child Pi of J Maik Baldwin of Piincetoii University hsbeen per- forming a scries uf experiments upon one of his childcrn with a view to fin ling out the origin of lighthaitdednofs There is no ap jiarent scientist reason why a man fhould use one hmid any more than another or why the muclee ot onu arm should bo stronger than those of the other A number ot theories have been advanced to account for the pheno 9 uienon One o the most plausible is that people become right bunded from tho manner in winch they arc held and carried when small children The mother carries the child in such a way as to leave its light hand free and from this early experience the habit is acquired which runs through its wholo life It is also a curious fact thsit the observation ot animals Jails to show an nneven development of the muscles or limbs on 010 side of the body as compared with those on the other Monkeys especial...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 April 1894

7 C r VOL 1L libricl C rk nillECTOIZl yaarteui Aier luak J eGOU A laorunuiii v 1 IJtAJrtUC h Uciox mtji w STATS OFTICER3 Governor JS Ilogg Licnt Governor M M Cr ue Comptroller J D JleCaJ I ina Commissioner W U McGanghey Treasurer W 11 Wortliaia Attorney General CA Culberson Snpt Public Iu truction i M drU le DISTRICr AXD COUNTY OFFICERS Congrrwoma 9th district fUte Senator 27th district Representative SJUi dMrict VT H Cram EAAtlre W J Rrissell IT WKennedy ronntyjad a Thomas Carson County Attorney Aupnstin Celaya Comity Clerk Joseph Webb Micnff EOForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne i turvevor Martin Hanson Hide inspector CTamajo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i > recinctol AT fl02 1recinctXo 2 E Kleitnr ITccinct No 3 J irca I > re iuct No i P rercz County court meets for cml criminal and pro- bate business on the first Mondajt in March June September mid December CITY OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Cirson Chief of louco > TUMSurer V V 115 fcecretry V 7r F n em e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 April 1894

THSSAILYHSRAtQ Jjjfissj Mh r Entered at the Poctomce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter I3SU1SO EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COISIlESrOXDEXTd All commmUcationa for this papor should bo ac bprapanicd by the name of the author cot neccssa nlyfqr publication bat as criilonco of good faith on the part pT the writer Vntc on one ado or the tupcr in a plain hand Anonymous conunonica tions Trill not be noticed Tim Ueuald wij not be tesponsiblefor the statements of its correspondents TUTjfi SDAY APRIL 19 IIilib presidential boom has licen laid in the tomb of the past It is not regretted by 8otithern or western democrats and there are probably not many in the north who will shed tears ever its demise Lanhaji has opened the gnberna forinl campaign witt a ronaing epeeeh on state ieBnes delivered at Comtnclip lie scored Eomo excel Tent points and promises to make a valiant fight for the nomination Says the Galveston News The latest irsnlt offered to the indne War army of the rrnemployed nn d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 April 1894

tE DAILY HERALD IJHOWXSVILLE TETAS tmursoait jspstsi 19 ABOUT TOWN fiD Subscribe for The Herald Wnrni w < atlur ths ljjr Apri Everyone is complaining ol tin hot weather S2 The Etctinhbnt BtKtic reached Fort Ringgold yesterday TJ10 Point Isabel train left for the coHBt ut 2 oclock this afternoon t noon The luual MaT iiuBtas of Mata liioros have been postponed hntil September The steamship Morgan sailed from Galveston for Braso3 yester- day afternoon at 2 oclock Fair ruins at Rio Grande City and other points along the river yesterday ee we are are informed Tomorrow will be tho feast of the Jewish Pa = sovcr and will be observed by oar Jewish popula tic 11 Jno A Yalls an erstwhile Brownsville bo has been elected fo tho office of city attorney of La- redo A rehearsal was had last night at the opera house for tho concert which will talre place on tho 27th in6tanr A poem on Carson Park which has been contributed to Tiik Ubb ald hj a local scribe will appear in tomorrow issne The sriiok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 April 1894

THE STAT OF TEXAS TO the JJHcrlt or any Conslabe of Cameron CountyGREET G Augusti Hi T Kraise Guardian of the Estate or QcTge Krausse ct al iuinors having filed in oar County Court her final account of the condition fthe Estate of snid minors together vith an application to be discharged from said Guardianship Yau arc hereby c nnmendetl that by publication ol this writ once a week for three successive week in a news ji > per regularly published in the coun- ty of Cameron yon give due notice to all persons interested in the account for linal settlement of said Estate to file their objections thereto if any the have on or before the June term 1S1M of said County Court commencing and to be holdcn at the court house of stud county in Erownsville on the third Monday in June 1S94 when sdI ac- count and application will be consider- ed by said Court Witness mv hand and sail of ofiice at jjrownsville this 30th of March day H luG VOlir > aui stork fiud post s3 I 4 < iq without being...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 19 April 1894

I f raT mmmm VOIr IT ntnECTanr Jlayor Uhlef of Police Treasurer secretary Attorney tiurve or Assessor and Collector v s r jiKICT COURT The following arethVoacers of and the limes and places of holding court lor the Western District of Texas U S District Judgs s SIeJ Attorney A J tyans clcr O HIIart Marsaal U tare Waller < mct Dejnity Uirsiai Court convenes in San Antonio on the first Mon- days in Way and Novemoer ItT Austin on u e first Joudays in rchmaryand July In JjroTrnsvillo on tbeflrst Vonday In January aiid sccuud oaday in Jane la 1 Pa o on toe nrst Mondays in April and Oe luoer TVESTTaailTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT District Judge 23tu judical tistnet J a Russell L Meitxrr I > sioiAiio jey Jhn District Cers i ins Ko ilsEi Dluict Court meeia as follows feimaaa Oouuiy first Xoudajs in February and jse > ieii er co iiiuia in session two weeEs liiO o lAjjaty roiirui Jioadays alter tue first joiaajn ui o uary nnuavpiewber couauues SUr vwoaiv Sn iu JT Uys af er the first Aon o yo...

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