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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 April 1894

ft Fntered at the Poetoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter SSSUEDEVEIiY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY TO COSEESPOXDnSTS Ail conunnnicitions far this jajer should be ac companieil by the njmie cf the author not nooessa l3y for publication but ss CTiicnce of goodfiithon the piri of the writer Write on one side of the piper in a plain hmcL Anonymous communica tlons willttot be noticed Tns KKniTn wUnotbe responsible for the statements of its correspondents WEDNESDAY ATRIL 25 Breckeneidgb has finally gotten a reputation which matchea his character Bbownsville still has its ear to the ground listening for tl c whistle of the locomotive from Corpus Ghieti New York ia asking Bosa Crok er where he got his million To a man with each a potitical pull a Croker this must seem a very su perfluous qnery Mr Wilson has gone back to Washington to look after the Wil eon bill It has changed bo much dnring his absence it 13 doubtfnl whether he will recognize it The select few New Yorkers who would pay an...

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. — 25 April 1894

T v BROWNSVILLE TSVAS ff EDJi ESBiY i RH 25 ABOUT TOWN Another warm d y I The steam hoet Bessie is aground between here and Edintmrg 1 Mike Leahy is expecting hia wife and child home from New Orleans on the next stexmer 4 Tliu steamship Jlorgun will pro bably soil from Morgan City for Braz a on Friday next The military telegraph line up the liver is down and no news from Up river Mints can Le had A grand time ia anticipated by the members of the Odd Fellows lodge at the Point tomorrow Pr jide3 Perez and Genovcva PorraB were before Jnstice Midar loday charged with disturbing the peace The hide yard ot Mr John De viue on Washington street was rob ted of several hundrd pounds of hides and wool night hefore last Officers arc at woik on the caee f Why build wooden fencc3 when iron is cheapei Add for extra painting and constant repairs and the balance is in favor of iron Call on S W Brooks for bed lock prices AU work superintended and guarantee Invitations have been issned for a hop to be...

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. — 25 April 1894

V r 57 fWr = S anecdotes of judges Grim htimonr bus often played a conspicuous part in Criminal trials and of the notorious Irish linngitiii jndg < Lord Korbury eome curious stories are told A man va6 once tried Before hitn for the awful oftmee of putting but his tongue at a constable Ilis Lordship ordered him to be whip lied on three successive days from the jniol to the Market House When liia Lordship hud concluded tin prisoner exclaimed The de vil thank yon thats all yon can df Whereupon his Lordship ic 6tirain < rsaid Hold your tongue eirj how dare yon interrupt the judgment of the Court and thei significantly added aud back Jigain Of the same judge it was said that he had never been known to shed a tear but once and that was dnring the representation of the Beggars Opeia when Macheath got a reprieve It whs also related of him that he once ukotl an eminent Epecntl jlader at the dinner table whether the dish ncai liim was hung beef because if so he would try it If yon try 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. — 26 April 1894

vol n niRECTOiir STATE 0FF1CEES bovernor IJ J S Hogg Lieut Governon > 1L1L Cr ne Comptroller J D McCall Land Commissioner W L McGanghey Treasurer W B Wortham Attorney General CA Culberson Enpt Pabhc Instruction J M Carlisle DISTBICr AND CODNTT OFFICEES Congressman 9th district W H Crain Btatc Senator 27th district E AAtlee Bepresentaaves 83th distort 5 jSy County Judge J Thomas Carson County Attorney Angusun Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff ECForto Treasurer C Garza Champion Collector J A Browne SurTejor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamayo CODXTT COMMISSIOXEnS rrecinctNo 1 AYasqnez Precinct No 2 EKleiber actNo3 F Garcia act No 4 PPerez t County court meets for emi criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crrr officers Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of Pouce J H Klhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretary MS KuiRsbury Attorney Ftjik fctulle Surveyor SSft Brooks Assessor and Collector G A Michel TJ S DISTRICT COURT i The following are the...

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. — 26 April 1894

s F m m rHSBAiLYHSH iB Jl lBfat Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ISSUED KVEI1Y DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY THUKSDATi APBIL 26 Judge Clark made ft rousing speech at Gonz Iez last Saturday The Littlj Giant is still as eloquent ns of jdroi CokbstTj the champion pugilist Ib noW elevating the English stage a few notches to square up for downing Englands champion That private conference between Judge Clark and Governor Hogg at Dallas seems to have resulted in the conversion of the latter to the true democratic faith Peincesb Colonna has consent ed to a reconciliation with her spendthrift husband The Amcri can people have wasted a lot of sympathy and indignation over this international family ar All Texas mourns the less of ExGoveruof Throckmorton As patriot soldier and statesman he was honored by Texans and his memory will be revered by the peo picas one of the heroes cf the Lone Star state Throckmorton was one ot the few men whose lot it is to be beloved of many L...

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. — 26 April 1894

Pi r iK THE DAILY HERALD EBOWNSVILLE T2YAS TO COKBESPOXDEXT3 All communications for this paper Ehculd be as eoraptnled by the name of the author not necessa rily for publication but as evidenco of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper In a plain hand Anonymous commnnica tioni vrtll not be noticed The Hesatd wUnotbe responsible for the statements of its correspondents THITI > SB 1Jr JSRIL 26 INTHESPEIXG In the spring a young mans fancy LIgbtly turns to thoughts of how He can get the suit he s after Without paying lor it now Detroit Eree Prese ABOUT TOWN No news from tlie steamboat Bessie We publish ah interesting bud gft from the Point today The weather has been exceeding ly warm the puet three day Target practice was resumed at Fort Brown this morning EJie boys have line ecorts up to date The steamship Morgan is adver tised to sail from Morgan City for Brazoa via Galveston on next Snn day Maj Keyes commanding officer at Fort Ringgold who has been her...

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. — 26 April 1894

i5 jss J rt vxsxf gss k TRBES FITS THOUSAND TEARS OLD The oldest as wuil ae the most interesting botanical moiiuinente how growing upon the caith are the baobib or eom gourd trees ot Afrlcai This remarkable tree has a eliorj blanching trunk whisli seldorti attains a height of over tO feet while its diameter is often as great us 80 or 100 eet Adan Potij Uie naturalist who gave the genus its botanical nanip caleulat in < from scientific ditn says that the age of some of the oldest of tliCEe trees is little if any short of 5000 years The hollow trunks of these forest giants whichare oftert of a capacity sufficient to furnish room fur 40 or 50 bodies tiro need as tombs by the native African who suspend the remains Of their departed friends and re latives on hook fastened upon the interior of such trees for th it purpose WILL TAKE NO ACTION Washington April 21 It i stafed by a gentleman who knows the presidents views on the sub ject that the president will not initiate any action what...

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. — 26 April 1894

vol n mR ECTOR 1 U S District Judge Attorney ter Afarshal Chief Deputy Marshal B F Jf Jlrfert A LvUjoiu SdciETiEs STATE OFFICERS Qovcrner J S Hogg Lieut Governor MlLCr ne Comptroller J D UcCall Land CommissionerWL McGaogkey reigurer W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberroa BupL Public Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTKICC AXD COUXTT OFFICEES Congressman 9th districtW H Grain 6Ute Senator 27th district E A Atlee HeiresenJatives8IU district 1 Cousty Carson County Attorney Angustin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb fiheria FCForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTanuyo consrr cojuiissioxees i recisctlto 1 ° AVasqccz IrecinctXo 2 E Kleiber Precinct > o 3 F Garcia PrecinctXo 1 P 1erei County court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crxr OFFICERS Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of > lice J H Klhan Treasurer C A Forsythc Secretary JB Kinssbury Attorney Fr i...

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. — 26 April 1894

P ess essrKEBAILYH rKEBAILYH H L9 aJsq VSh r Entered at the Postoffice Browns ville Texas assecondclass matter I5S0EDSY 11YBAY EXCEPT SUNDAY THURSDAY APRIL 26 JUDGE Clack made a rousing speech at Gonzlez last Saturday TheLittle < 3iantis still as eloquent as of yor < Ooebetx the champion pugilist is flOW elevating the English Btage a few notches to square up for downing Englands champion That private conference between Judge Clark and Governor Hogg at Dallas seems to have resnlted in the conversion of tho latter to the true democratic faith Pkincxsb ColoKita has coneehl ed to a reconciliation with her spendthrift husband TheAmeri can peDpleMiftve wasted a lot of sympathy and indignation over this international family jar Alt Texas mourns the lass of ExGovernor Throckmorton Ab i patriot soldier Bad statesman he was honored by Texane and his memory will be revered by the peo jple RSoneOt the heroes cf the Lone Star state Tbroekinorton was one ot the few men wuo3o iot it is to be...

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. — 26 April 1894

m THEDAILY HERALD BKOWSSVILLE T vAS TO COBRE3PONDEKIS AH communications for this paper Bhould be ac oompznied by the nunc of the author not necessa rily for publication but as exigence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica Hons trill not be noticed The HebaTD sriJnotbe retponsible for the statements of its correspondents THURSDAY AFRIL 26 IN THE SPRING In the spring a young mans fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of how 1 He can get the suit Ties after Without paying for it now Drolt Free Preie ABO OT TOWN No news from the steamboat 8 Bessie We publish an intere sting bud gd fiom the Point today The weather has been exceeding ly warin the pa6t three days Target practice was resumed at Fort Brown this morning The boys have fine scores up to date The BtcwshipMorgan ls adver 1 tieed to sail from MorganCity for Brazo ° via Galveston bn nest Snn day Maj Keyee commanding officer at Fort Ringgold who lias been here fcr the p...

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. — 26 April 1894

tm 1 J > E8 TiTE THOUSAND YEAES OLD The widisT as trcil ss the most Wetvsiunj buUnfcil utoulmtent how growing J n re earth are the baobab t > r eonr gourd trees of Africa ThJ3 remarkable tree litis a shorj btatrehitijg jrunk vtlndi fcldotfc RtVains a height of over 0 feet while its diameter is often as great as SO or 100 feet Adsn fion thejixtaratiet who gave the gonus its botanicil name calculat iii < from scentiGc d tp sh3s that iho 8ge of Eomc of the oldcst of these trees io little if arn short of 5000 years The hollow trunks of these forest giants which are often of a capacity sufficient to furnish room fob 0 or 50 bodies ere need as tombs by the ti3tive African who Btispond the remains of their departed iriends and re latives on hooks fastened upon tho interior of eueh trees for tlmt purpose WILL TAKE NO ACTION Washington April 31 It L stated by a gentleman who knows tho pfrCoidcnts views on the sub ject that the president will not initiate any action whntevor in regar...

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. — 27 April 1894

< r II VOL IT k t nsitECTitr ftecinctlvo 1 redact Xo 2 Irecinct Xo 3 Precinct 204 sociEjrivs STATE OFFICEES Ooveraor J S Hogg Lieut Governorn iM 31Cr ne Comptroller J DMcCall sjmd Commissioscr AT L McGaughey Treasurer SVT BWortham Attorney General C A Cnlbcrson Qopt Public Instruction J SI Carlisle DISTRICT AXD COCSTT OFFICEES Congressman 9tb district State Senator 27th district Representative 83th district JCounty Judge County Attorney County Clerk Sheriff 5re iurcr Assessor < V > llector Surveyor Hidalutneetor COtJSTT COiUII W HCrain EAAUee W J Kussrll IT W Kennedy Tlionias Carson AugusUa Cclaya Joseph Webb ECForto C Garza Geo Champion J A Browne Mirtin Hanson C Tamayo 3SIOXE2S AVasiuez HKlaber r Garcia 1 Perez County court meets for cirti criminal and pro bata business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crrx OFFICEES Mayor Thomas toson Chief of toUce J ILKUian Trcasarcr eAForjtne feecrctory X B Kingsbury Attorney Frank ieudlc fcuneyor SW ro t Asses...

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. — 27 April 1894

h ySQF fvrfs 1 1 an i imjh a om3 Entered at the Poctofficc browns ville Texas As secondclass matter ISSUED JSYERY DAY EXCEPT SjCKDAY PR1DAT APRIL 27 ONE MONTE MORE TO WAIT Private jdvicis state Mint satis factory progress is being mado in nrrangincnts to comtnencework at Corpus Christi ou tho projected railroad to Brownsville Tlie time of probation is now drawing to its end and in another thirty days we fahall see whether our hnpes have been based on a Bulid foundation or were only castles in the air The subscribers to the bonus can afford to wait on Mr Millors movements Until June 1 and if that date arrives with no manifestation on hia part toward carrying out the project then it will be in order for the committees of the counties interested to confer and decide upon some plan to get the road built by Eomo other person or company We understand such an intention is held by some members the committee Meanwhile it is in order to wait patiently another month for Mr Miller Remember he h...

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. — 27 April 1894

< T ft THE DAILY HERALD erowjSsville tssas TO CORHE3POMJESTS kH comnnntcaUons for this paper should be oc Compaaied by the came of the acthor not necessa Wy for publication bat as evidence of good filth on the part cf Ike writer Write on one sldo of the paper in a plain hsnd Anonymous commnnica ttona will not be noticed The w thtt > TrfJnotbe retponsfble for the statements of its correspondents FRIDir 1P 11L 27 ABOUT TOWN The charitable Concert takes place tonight Vallntln Tuinayo took charge of the c ty marshals office today A little daughter was bom tc Mr and Mrs J Landr um on yesterday We understand that the family of the late L N Petitpain of Mat amiTcs will return to that city by next steamer The hearts and home of Mrl and Mr L W K Cowen have been gladdened by the advent of another r hi tie daughter The trial of Juan and Pedro Bctancourt for assaulting Martin Alenian was begrin in Justice Mil lers court today but was uot con eluded as all of the toatiiriony was not taken ...

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. — 27 April 1894

m fe 5Z r v eSTttSS ARXSIh 33ve t > ie ttri Oewmfejatwexs V o fawn to Star Awn Washington April 23 Ths cow nesoncts v > X the District ot Colnm bt took Riciton oh the Impending Coiey inVasion After a lous exe cutive session RtidTconEttlttion with the attorney For the tiistric a man ifesto was prepared and given out which calls attention to the fact that the right of petition docs not tstend to tho lengths tho Coxcyites appear to imagine Thoec who cqeditate coming to tha capital arc warned that only hardship and pri Vation await them here and the manifesto informs them that no good can come of their proposed pilgrimage OOXET INTERVIEWED New York April 23 General Coxey tonight was shown a copj of the proclamation issned hy the district commissioners of Washing ton warning the industrial armies from invading the capital and hav ing perused it carefully said Aly answer to that is this The wicked ilea when no man pur neth Tjins with a biblical quotation did the great commonwealer s...

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. — 27 April 1894

VOL II DIRECTOR s STATE OFFICERS governor J S Hogg Zaeat GoTemar M H Crjie Comptroller JDSIcCall Jjuid CommissionerW L SIcGanghey Treasurer W 1J Wortnam Attorney Oencral C A Culberson Eupt Public Instruction J JL Carlisle DISTRICT AXD CODXTT OFFICEES Congressman 3th district W HCrain State Senator 27ta district EAAtlee V J W J Russell l Bepre3entatires85uiaiEtnct j x W Eenncdy County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Augustin Cclaya County Clerk Joseph Webb fehentf ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Statin Hanson Hido Inspector C Tamayo COUXTT C01U1ISSIOXEBS rtedactXo 1 AYaquez ecinctXo 2 EKleiber JrecuictXo3 F Garcia Preclrct o4 PPerez County court meets for citu crtnunu and pro bata busjiess on tho first llondjyb in Jlurtn June September and December CHr OFFICEES jjayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police J H Klhan a easurer CAForaythe Secretary J B Kinssbury Attorney FrauL 1 cuille Surveyor S WBrooks Jsesor and Collector i G A Juchel G S DIS...

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. — 27 April 1894

BSi5 J lt t rj SJfcCjSVH CHSBAILYHSBALQ w ia ix = jmA mvaarc a if in Entered at the PoctoHlce Browns ville Texas aa secondclass matter ISSUED EVEUY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FRIDAY APBIL 27 QXE MOifTll MOBE TO WAIT Private ndvices stale that satis factory progress is being made in arrangments to commence work at Gorpns Christi on the projected railroad to Brownsville The time of probation ib now drawing to its end and iii another thirty days we shall see whether otir hopes have been based on a solid foundation or were only castles in the air The subscribers to the bonus can afford to wait on Mr Millers movements until Jnne 1 and if that date arrives with no manifestation on his part toward carrying ont the prejectj then it will be in order for the committees of the comities interested to confer and decide npon some plan to get the road built by some other person or Company We understand snch an intention is held by some members the committee Meanwhile it is in order to wait patiently anothe...

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. — 27 April 1894

f Nr f i o o f excursion We learn from the Odd Fellows who went on the excursion to the TO COBRESPOXDEXTS AH commnnlcaUonB for this paper should be ac computed by the name of the author not neceasa rilyfor publication but aa evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one side of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous commnnlca tiona trill not be noticed The ttthitti wllnotbe responsible far the statements of its correspondents FRID + tir 1FR1L 27 ABOUT TOWN The charitable Cuiicert takee pluco tonight Valintin T inayb took charge of the c ty marshals office today A little daughter was born tc Mr and Mrs J Landrutn on yesterday We understand that the family of the late L N Petitpain of Mat amurcB will return to that city by next steamer The Hearts and home of Mr and Mrs L W K Cowen have been gladdened by the advent of another little daughter The trial of Juan and Pedr Betaticourt for assaulting Martirt Aleman was begun in Justice Mil lers cotirt today but was hot con elude...

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. — 27 April 1894

W CX Ytr S WARXSIK c At l Stay Asray C0CSCT tosrsa Osraty ts Ura xkBae V fs5if iotr > Apti S3 Thecosal SsuUssra esum < of Texas It h tn crvtSUtht5Di6tr tolGolsTnl8etlrl < jS Mwfco fey the Sio Ui the Grange imtfeB wtffo 3 has about k cton on impending Coxey invasion Altera Ton cxe SJ J SS batiadTy It was organised in 3848 tanivcBefiSloYjRitdtanBttlinlionwiXh contrin8 3208 square miles Ujc attorney for the district a man Farming Bad etockraisimr ifesto Was prepared and given out which calls attention to the iacl that the rijht of petition docs not rstend to the lengths the Coxeyiles appear to imagine Thoeo who tiicditate coming to the capital are warned that only hardship and pri Vation ewai t theui here and the inanifeeto informs them that no good can come of their pioposed pilgrimage OOXEY EITERVIKWED New York April 23 General Coxey tonight wbb shown a copj of tho proclamation issued by the district commissioners of Wasbiug tdn warning the industrial armies from invading th...

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. — 28 April 1894

T VOL il IIIIECTIPRY STATE OFFICERS Gortnwr > JSHogg Xieut Governor JLHCr ne Comptroller J D JloCaU land Commissioner TV L McOaughey B Woruiam Attorney General C A Culberson Bnpt Public Instruction J II Carlisle DISTEIC r AKD COVSXTZ OFFICERS Congressman 9th district TV H Crain BUte Senator 27tli district EAAUee EepreaenUtiTe 83th district t w Kennedy County Judge lliThomas Carson County Attorney Augustta Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb Siberia ECForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Geo Champion Collector J A Browne Surveyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CT < unayo COUNT COiOIISSIOXEES Precinct No 1 AVesquez Precinct No 2 E Kleiber treclnctNol F Garcia Precinct 2Co P Perez County court meets for ciru criminal and pro late business on the first Mondays in March June September and December crri diricEKSl Mayor Thomxs Carson Chief of Police J r 5J Treasurer CAlorsythe BecreUry Jf B Kingsbury Saieai e Attorney Surveyor j 17 > ° t A Michel Assessor and G t U S DISTBICT CODKT The roll...

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