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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 April 1894

tujaaUtiriTriTarriaarri iua jj j B3EhBAILYH SLB tCnterod at tlie Poctoffice ferowns ville Texas as secondctas3 matter iSSUCO EVERY DAY EXCKPX SUNDAY 16 C0RBEST0 < DEST3 fci csmnnalcsUons lor this fxper should b ac comptsHd by the nunc of Ure author not necessa rily for pcTficUoa bat as etideabe of good tilth ca tia part oT tie writer Write on one sJda oT tie taper in a pUia Isni Anonyaoos comtannlci tioaswia not bono UceJ Tas tttiVt TiJiiotbo leapoBsSble for the sUtemeats of its correspondents MOHDAY APBIL 23 SAM JOES OX TEXAS SO GIETY Sam lones complains of ft luck of sympathy arid interest oh the part of Waco people in his recent eeriea of talk or harangues in that city Tliia is not eurprisingj after the Itev Sam informing his audi fences thrt the best people of Waco society woilld not be permitted to 6 eep out kitchens in Baltimore where they have stirc enough eoeie fy J This is not the first time that Mr Jones hrta insulted a Texas town with this same exceedingly original rem...

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. — 23 April 1894

f II i THE DAILY HERALD BROWS 3VILLE toVAS fu JmOJITDJiir JiML 23 ABOUT TOWN There will bo a special meeting bf the Odd Fellows lodge tonight The train trom Point Isabel ar med at two oclock thid alter uoon Madam Rumor tti s us that tlure will be two weddings at Point Isabel next month An infant daughter ot P Men doza and wife died yestetd y and will ha buried this afternoon FOR KENTA god com Fortable dwelling on Levee street with plenty of room Apply at this office We are very much pleased to learn thnt Mrs Win S anlan is fast regaining tier health alter a long seige of sickness There is a change in the ader ti6uinent tody of Ed Khun the inost liberal clothing merchant in the state Bead his 50 cnt list The following miniHge licensee were issued toda by County Clerk JusopTi Webb Elorentino Luna and Mre Modtsta Ordiucz Julian Qarsi aad Sista Salaztr Frank Armstrong was the only member of the Gnn Clnb v ho did liny shooting Saturday afternoon Iiib eebVe being SO out o f a possible ioo...

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. — 23 April 1894

UGLAW UNCONSTITU TIONAL Washington D 0 April 19 The South Carolina delation in Congress was thrown into j ouslci tuition cm lite receipt of ftdt grams stating that th Supreme Court ol the Stale had declared the dispen sary iirjuo r law unconstitutional The dispensary law nnconsulution nl Tito dispensary law lus been fench a supreme irsne irrSonth Chi olina accentuating the party Hues that the Congressmen from thnt State regard the decision as pro foundly important Mr McLanrin who as a former Attorney General is familiar with the case and lias all the btiefs on which the decision was based said The essential prfnt in the case was whether the State had the ri ht r engage in the whitky business ns means of profit and to raise State revenue No one doubled tin power to rcgnlatc the business fot police purposes but the legal point was made that the Slate could no no more go into the vhi6ky business for profit thun it could go into the ehoe hat or any other business en terprise It is probi...

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. — 23 April 1894

r K VOI u DIRECTORS v is STATEOFFICEES Governor J SIIogs Xieut Governor 21 31 Cr lie Comptroller J D McCall Zand Commissioner W L McGaugliej Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson Supt Public Instruction J Mdrlislc Disnacr axd coustt officces CongressmanOthdistrict W H Crain State Senator 2 < th district E A Atlee Eepresentartves 63th district yf Keracdj County Judge Thomas Carson County Attornev Aupustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Siena ECForto Treasurer a Garza Champion Collector J A Broirae Surrcyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTaiaayo C0UXTV COMMISSIONERS rrecinctXo I A Vasqnez lrecinct No 2 E Kleibtr lrecinct No 3 F Garcia iTeciuct N o i I Tertz County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on tne hrst MontUya in March June September and Uecembtr C1TT OFFICEES Mayor h Thomas Carson Chief Police J U Klhan Tre < urer CAllorsythe Secretary JJB Kingobury Attorney Frank Feuille Surveior i S W Brooks Assessor and Collector G A Jlichd tT S DISTE...

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. — 23 April 1894

K 1 rH SAILYH HALB J tSSfttylp Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVEIIY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COMESPOXDESTS All communications for this paper should be ac fcompinied by the name of the author not necessa rily for publication bat as evidence of good faith dn tho part of the Writer Write dn one side of the taper in a plain hand Anonymous commonica tions will not be noticed The Hun t > U not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents lIOftDAYj APKIL 21 SAM JONES ON TEXAS SO CIETY Sam jonca Complains of a lack of 6jm pa thy and interest on the part of Waco people in his recent scries of talk or harangues in that city This ib not surprising after the Rev Sam informing his audi ences thct the best people of Waco society would not be permitted to sweep out kitchens in Baltimore where they have sure enongb 6ocie ty This is not the first time that Mr Jones has insulted a Tixhb town wih this same exceedingly original remark Mr Jones shoul...

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. — 23 April 1894

< iT IK y ytys TEE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TEYAS TIOro I JlPJltL 23 j ABOUT TOWN Tlier e vriUbu a special meeting bf the Odd Fellows lodge tonight The traiii from Point Isabel ar rived at two oclock this atier iioon Madam RUmor tills us that thvre will be two weddings at Point Label next month An infant daughter ot P Men doza and wife died yesteiday aim Will he buried this afternoon FOR RENTA goi com fortable dwelling on Levee street with plenty of room Apply at this office We are veiy unich pleased to learn thnt Mrs Win Sjatilan is fast regaining mr health alter a long seige of sickness There is a change in the ndrer tisenietit today of Ed Kiam the IrioBt liberal clothing merchant in the state Read hi 50 cent list The following trimiage licenses were isned today by Coiiaty Clerk Joseph Webb Florentino Luria and Mrs Modes a Ordinez Julian Garzi and Sista Salazir Frank Armsirong was the only inember of the Gnu Club v ho did any shooting Saturday afternoon his score being SO out o...

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. — 23 April 1894

r 6r S JVM f SS J AG L A W UNCONSTITU TIOKAL Vneliington D Cj April 19 Xlic South Carolina delegation n Congress was thrown into constci nation tin tlie receipt of teh grain stating that the Supreme Court ol the State had declared the dispen Eary liquor law mic < institulional The dispensary law unconstitutioti hls Tlie dispensary law has been sneh a supreme Issue in South Chi olina accentuating 4hu party line that the Congressmen from that State regard the decision as pro foundly important v Mr McLaurin wln > j as a former Attorney General is familiar with the case and ilns all the briefs oi > which the decision was based said The essentia point in the ease was whether th Stato had the right r engage in the which bnsiness as lnesns of profit and to raise Stale revenue No one dmbed the power to regnlate the business foi poliic purposes but the legal point was made that the Slate could not no more go into the whisk business for profit thtn it conld go into the Ehoe hat or an...

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. — 24 April 1894

IKy P X m VOL U MRECTORy STAIE OFTIOSES GoTernor J S Hogs Went Governor MlLCr ne Comptroller J D McCall Jni Commissioner W L McGaushcy Treuarer ty b Wortham Attorney GenerU a A Culbcrton fcupt Public Instruction J M CirUsle Diaxaicr and county oiticess tongressman 9th ditnet TV H Cram State benator 2Uh district E AAtlee EcpresenUtrresS ditnct g CQunty udge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augusun Celaya County Clerk Jo et > h Webb fcjenu ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor JIuTtin Hanson Hide inspector C Tamayo COOXTT COMMIoSICfcCEES PrednctNol AVasquez PrecinctNo 2 EKleilxr lTecinctNo3 F Garci3 trecinct ho 4 rPerez County court meets for emi crtnunai and pro late business on tho first Mondays in ilarch June September and December CUT OFTICEB3 Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan Treasurer CAForbjthe fcecretry it B Kingsbury Attorrey Frank feuille burV yor S WBrooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel V S DIS1EICT COUBT The followtog ...

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. — 24 April 1894

Ip PPTsr t JW SEit r Entered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED EVEKY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COEEESPOKDEXTS All communications for this piper should be ae tompanied by the name of the author not necessa hlyfor publication but as exidence of good faith on Ihe part of the writflf Write on one ride of the taper in a plain hand Anonymous communlca tions will not be noticed The HraiTn iriJnotbe Veipoaalble for the statements of Its correspondents TtfESDAYj APB1L 24 EPITAPH A man here lies who was too wise Or so he thought to advertise He s very dead as you may see But his business is more dead than he Washington Star Sehatob Hill oelieves that the democrats want a piotectivo tariff Bo he says David mast be a sub scriber and constant reader of the Tamaleville Exprt > 6s The dress reformers are about to bring out Denvers lady voters in divided skirts It seems but a step from the right of suffrage to the rite of donning the trousers Bill etill says I am a dem...

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. — 24 April 1894

u THEDAILY HERALD BROWS 3VILLE T2YAS TUESDAY APIiIL 24 ABOUT TOWN No through riiail tonight The pupils of St Josephs Col lege were given a picnic by their teachers today Consul TiiHiihauser kindly re member The Heealu with a bud g t ol late New York papers The regular meeting of the iiig ite of Honor lodge takes plnee tonight at their hhll in the Scanitn building on Elizabeth Etree1 AH members are requested to attend The Herald is requested to state that donations of ice cream sherbet and c ke will be gratefully received at the opera house om Fri day from 10 till ± o clock For the benefit of the Ladies Aid society The Brownsville Gun Club will have a prize shoot tomorrow after noon at 4 oclock All will be ten tiered a treat in tile shape of beer and music The members of tin club hope their lady friends will at lend In the program for Fridays con cert published in yesterdays IIEB ald we erroneously staled that Miss Rosalie Kowalski wcnld per form in the trio which constitute the firs...

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. — 24 April 1894

FINANCIAL REVIEW c rfc Had Plenty of Material But Prices Were Maintained 2sv Vtiik April 20 Rrad Etreets Financial Itview tomorrow will fai While there has been a cnntiiinnnc of fpeeuativc hc tivitjj accompanied by renewed efforts on the part of prtife iunal tperators to depress pnece the stock market still shows little susceptibility to Eueh i fluenccs The heavy gold shipments of last week and the expectation of n lu thcr outflow at the close of tne week were supplemented by vxnggerated impressions regarding thu signilitfihcc oi the friction between various railroads in both the trunk lifie and granger groups and by fears of an extension of the Great Northern strike to oilier line Due use was made of these facts by the bear parties who were also enConraged by the evident lack ot buying power and the failure of foreign support In appear In pplte of these influences no real tendency toTirjmidntc was display edf and toward the close of the week it became evident that the limited impie...

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. — 24 April 1894

I X VOL H niRECTonr STATEOFFiCEES Governor j S Hogg Llent Governor Comptroller Congressman 9th district State Senator 27th district M3LCrne J D McCall Lind Commissioner lw L McGattKhey 3Tsurer W BWortham Attorney General C A Culberson 8JPt Public Instruction J JL Cirlisle DISTRICT AND OODSTT OFFICEBS W HCrain E AAtlee feepresentaaves 85th district Sy County Carson County Attorney Auguetin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb erifl ECForto Treasurer C Garza a 1 Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne purveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo COUNTY C0J1MISSI0XEES lrecinct Ko 1 AYasquez iTecinct No 2 EKleiber Precinct Ko 3 F Garcia PrecinctNo4 PPerez County court meets for dvn crtnunai and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December CTXT OFFICEKS Jlayor Thomas Orson Chief or Police J H Klhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretory i AT B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Eeuille Surveyor S WBrooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel TJ S DISTRICT COUBT The following are ...

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. — 24 April 1894

if I THEBAILYHEHALQ SafefexSxe J dD IStfa r Fntered at the PoEtoffice Browns ville Texas as scc6ndclas3 matter iSSUED EVE1VX DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COEEESPOXDEXTS ill communications for this paper should be ac bompanied by the name of the author not necessa rOyfor 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 communlca lions Trill sot be notiJtd The Hrrnin old not be tesponslole for the statements of its correspondents < TUESDAY APRIL 24 EPITAPH A man here lies who was too wise Or so he thought to advertise He s very dead as you may see But his business is more dead than he Washington Star Senator Hill oelieves that the democrats want a protective tariff so he BHjs David must be a sub scriber and constant reader of the Tamaleville ExprpEs The dress reformers are about to bring ont tfenters ladj voters in divided skirts Il eeemB bnt a step from the right of suffrage to the rite of donning the trousers Hit...

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. — 24 April 1894

I t i THE DAILY HERALD BROttJSSVILLE TS AS TUESDAl AP IIIL 24 ABOUT TOWN No through mail tonight The pupils of St Josephs Col lege were given a picnic by their teacher today Consill TliHiiliauser kindly re hicmhcr The HsraCu with a bud g t ol late New York paper The regular meeting of the iCnightd of lionbr lodge lakes place tonight at their hull in the Scanlan building On Elzabeth stree All members are n qne6ted to attend The Uebald is riqncsted to state that donations of ice cream Iherbet ami cako will be gratefully received at the opera house on Fri Uay from 10 till 4 oclock for the benefit of the Ladies Aid society The Brownsville Gun Club will have a prizj shoot tomorrow after noon at 4 oclock All wilr be ten dered a treat in tile shape of bbei and music The members of tin clnb hope tlieir lady frieuda will at lend In the program for Fridays con cert published in yesterday IIin ald we erroneously stated that Mus Rosalie Kowalfki wcilld per form in the trio which constitute the ...

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. — 24 April 1894

I FINANCIAL REVIEW oia Had Plenty ot Mtcrial But Prices Wete Al iitaiiied Ntw Yoik April 20 Rrad ctreets Financial Ruview tomorrow will fay While there lias been a cnnlitiuanc of fpecuative ac tivity accompnnied by renewed efforts on the p rt of professional operators to depiess pricefj the Eto ek market still elmwa little Eiisceptibility to euch fcfitiencrs The heavy gold ehipments of last week and tho expectation of a futhcr outflow at the close of the week were supplemented l 3 exnggcratcd impressions regarding the significance of the friction hetwtien vfttiuus railroads in both the trunk line s nd granger groups and by fears of an extension of the Great Northern strike to other liner Due use was made of these facts by the bear parties who were also encouraged by the evident lack ot buying power and the failure of foreign support to appear In spite of these iillueuces no real tendency to liquidate was displa ed and toward the close of the week it became evident that the limited i...

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. — 25 April 1894

r VOL IJ DIRECTOR 5 A A liroue h A l > laoil 3fKXlCAX COXbUL VTli H F Vjlelert A iAn0ur iru3jr J II u > a > lutitcu i uu e iitivtd nr tauJ uiutl lutr Ula ill eaoll moatii iMuiift or uo or lodgi o sfjor r BUOWSifVI LLET TEX IS Uuxaei DiLiar rTaut cUxmiiuoa Vtw Dida lit tf Jlwai J Viala4 iU lfxtatur r J c > iliutJ f Uccts aeoojtlaai i utui iucio i i jj uiouiu L O O F laODuE > o C ll M < ir > oilc QuickC J uifj Kfi > nta JttiMjrj ireAaur r 1 Jw i 1oUoC iu ft4J eico V lac aBj tn4 1 ut 7 JJ ioiunj brethren ojJ uli 0Xd rliwra ui gtMt sorxrTssis v7 ± Au b > m DKlAETUUE For Alice Tejcv daily at C a mj ltio Grande Oitv ilon iLiy Wtjd mil v nilu at f a m tor Toint ioilicl daij t a a ititamoros aimco i S ept r uu1 syRVEYfiS MY PUBLIC and LAND ABErfT diy atyAani Lands hmiiht an 1 d > n comnns nun beveial traetf r > r ale Troiii Alice Tesi < laily at 10 p in p q w < bt ii r U > Kio Grande J ri VeeH > at 7 p in i iiirnn STATE OITICEKS Governor J S Hogs...

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. — 25 April 1894

< O SI2ir SiS2m TS EDXISDAT APltlL za Nkw Yoek is asking Boss Crok er where he got his million To a man with such a potitical pull as Croker this mnst seem a very su perfluous quey Mb Wilbox has gone back to TYashmgton to look after the Wil Eon bill It has changed so much during his absence it is doubtful whether he will recognize it The select few 2tfew Yorkers who would pay such a large per cent of the income tax should that obnoxious measure become a law think David B Hill the greatest statesman on earth That San Autonio Gulf Shore railroad project seems to be suffer ing with creeping paralysi It should be taken to Don Pedrito for one of his renowned prescriptions to give it a new lease on life Chaxjkcey M Depew says his Statement that he would like to be president was a joke No doubt it was a joke in that Chatncey knows he can hardly hope to obtain the boon but it is very probable that he would like above all things to warm the presidential chair The Eenatora are reported not...

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. — 25 April 1894

zLy A TfiE DAILY HEIALD BROWNSVILLE TEVA5 bfJEDJtr ESDlip Z2RSS 2 ABOUT TOWN Another warm dj The steitfnlmci Bssie is agroTtnd between here and Edim nrg JIike Lahy is expecting ins wife smd hid home from New Orleans Xix next steamer The steamship Morgan will pro feebly sail from Morgan City for Draz a on Friday next The itnilitary telegTHph line up the liver is down and no news from Up river points can Lo had A rknd time is anticipated by the members of the Odd Fellows lodge at the Point tomorrow Provides Perez and Genoveva Porrns were before Justice Miller today chnrjjsd with disturbing the peace The hHc yard ot Air John De vine on Washington street was rob 5 ed of seviml hundred pounds hides arid wool right before lust Officers arc at woikon the case Why build wooden fences when iron is cheaput Add far extra painting 2nd constant repairs and the biIatico is in favor of iron Call on S W Brooks for bed tock prices AU woik euperihtended and cjnarnntpei Invitations have been issned fo...

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. — 25 April 1894

c jm y ANECDOTES OF JUDGES v Grtro hainonrfiiis often played ° 98H c i3 part m fcriminal i > r atuT of the notoiiotis Iribh f1 Wd Norbury itiit5 curious stories are told A man was onCc tried Oeforc him for the awful offence of putting out his tongue nt a constable Die Lordship ordered him to be whip ped on three fuccesslvo days frotn the guol to the Maiket House When iiis Lordship ud concluded the prisoner exclaimed The de vil thank jon thats all you can df YVherenpon his Lordship re Euminjr said Hold your tongue Eirj how dare you interrupt the judgment of the Court and then significantly added and bagk again Of the Eame judge it was said that he had never been known to Bhed a tear but once and that whs dtiring the representation of the Beggars Opel a when Machenth got a reprieve It whs also related of hitn that he once ackod an eminent special plader at the dinner table whether the dish neat him tas hung beef because if so he woirld fry it If you try it my lord was the bitter re...

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. — 25 April 1894

r 1 j 1S VOL TT 08aunniPMr iicxny F IIokd AOSriaa if pQ7nrniii1er 4jor IIjuy ftogaer toorecoa t = fiord cs Stsrne V S OL a lOJl IOL sE iolmX Jlichei rolteetor a hr1 yi r Jiio Grande Oiti T Texas A A lii WtiC Kf Uxtl t i 0 < > lleety C Ur Stama Tax A A lm < isi mi Collr city U R i h > > atos Coy cltois orVicr Aranistrador f F rniadz Conttflor Oivo A tinz ai fjjptsii cut n ff i r i Ar IiIlas ± J 12tEVTft5Z 3 t JuiieldOa jiu CierK J B r x4laXl UUU7S t L v J i liJJI A U y A v tt dii 1 l li n fwm STATE OFTICEKS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor JL M Cr ue Comptroller JD llcCall Land Commissioner W L McOaughty Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culbeisoi t Eupt Public Instruction 7 M Criiiie v DISTBICr AKD COUXTT 0FFICEE3 CongressmanSthdistrtti W H Crun iiRO WVSVI llL Stale Sector 27th district g a a ell Beily County Judge Thomas Canon Coiraty Attorney Augnstin CeUya County Clerk Joseph Webb sheriff HCForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne...

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