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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 July 1892

H i VOL 1 Li L ood Ian Lone W flELO PASSES AWAY In JTelf York Last Tuesday Jforntng Wenrij Jll Field of Sroicnsvllle His JTepliew Mr Henry M Field a ne hen of the deud man who lives iit this city was bum in Southwick Mass in 1842 Hi father Matthew D Field brother to Cyrus W was the noted civil engineer who with his biother were instrumental in eon iteming us with Europe by cable It whb he who built the bridge across the Cumberland at Nsli ville the Frankfort K bridge and the CInttauogi and Ten nessee railroad H M Field en tirtd tbe federal army at the com nieiieeuient of the war and at its eluse locatid in Rmwneville and is possessed of considerable nitans dcini an extension lumber and hardware trade Mr FitId seems tthave inlnritedfioin his illu trnu uncle that noble trait generosity Kn appeal to Mr Field for aid gies unheeded and bis liberality to the needy dr mil ftrieken po > pc of this country makdS his uaino a limiseholJ wi > rl among the pour Mr Matthew U Fi ld died abou...

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 July 1892

IVTHK death ot Jynic W Field ihe coiinly loses a p ible j oyj ni n He pased peaceful I v away lrtot Tuesday morning at his residv nee in < 3iaininacy Paik llo laid the lirejti Atlantic cable after maiiy attemut i i when the whole word doubted jhe fexsibility of the nudertakiiij Hay he icsr in peae Anuukw CoKXEoie iho protec tion tyiant leceiitty j iive 30 jOOO io establ sh a libiary it2 5 > eol land lie Jiad better be Ufinif his turpus funds for the lap lit of liome enterprises After indulg i i jj in such beiisvoence lor the honetit of fonigiieis he tuins around and urimte down his labor i rs to cover tho deficit thus made I i i in lus bank acaonnt The AngluAiuencaii a piier printed in Eiulish at the Mexican eapital prints an article on the rexajrgcriited emigration of Mor mons fiom the United States Io loxico It say Thepain le ard and always have regarded iheir tieatment by the fedi rai wvernment of the United i ates as persecution They have been diiven out of ever settlement...

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 July 1892

4 1 gz lineeach jttftfM3 JJ QuUlut e feel safer with ncrnod CntflKmaence solicited on all irat rer qll 5j f t feat Ji the ivoplaof Soiithwt to at or cX igtfre fr t m EachiKJinuiunuatiouinubtijeaccompniiioa There were five cars freight for the he nuatfof Jt author not tor publico yi pJ m ia mor inffs trm VT odlrectid but jh a guarantee or jjooa faiUi fictitious signature acinar VPextend an invitation to ill to Vt ndwheubyrjguest j iwchcowmuuWtionstho rijht i nV9vatp sa us at uy time We will be gad Wlo 5 the name of the writer sliouUl a lioc sity to SI 0 0X such disclosure riSefor t t < l H B Rentfro returned to jibe who do not rocelve their pipers ri point this niorili g after Spending a Subscribers thdrw P IIT wqtietrf to ntyy this office j n Ur city < vIcU jorinpcri < oii Any snch miplKt5 wijl i prompt atttnti n aua iu nre bJtter senjua Fresh oystfjrs and lish at the market Wrafcer i axfvv day is i luxury no town in Toas ea i enjov but Bijwnsvi e SUBSCRIPTION RATES One vpa...

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 July 1892

ettaBK Bns l5J0000 gious amounting to adiieb he thought would be suffi cient Tho principal subscribers yeie Peter Cooper Muses Taylor JJIiaudlw White Marshall 0 Kob Iktis and Wilson G Hunt The first experiment cost in fact 1 33I oiO the line being more thai 260U miles lung This first attempt proved a ruinuJfl failure in 1857 and Mr Field lost his whole for tune The ship which carried the cable Was Jo8t in a gale Field was in no wise dampened lie succeeded in the following year in organizing the Atlantic tele graph company and laying the caole from coast to coast but it grew silent almost immediately and the public settled down lo the conviction that this would be the last attempt to accomplish what then seemed to them to baa mira cle The first message this cable carried was one of ninety nine words from Qieen Victoriu to the president of t ie United States For seven years no attempt was made to lay another cable as the civil war intervened but in 1365 Mr Field again took up the ente...

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. — 18 July 1892

VOL 1 UlLJREDOS RAIJTJKjIKER 1 LECTURED ERS Tte Severe Drouth in that Sec Broken Laid tion JttttpPty at their Door Alexander Texas July 1392 jDITOk Herald Peimit the writer for the church of Christ at this place to address the drouth striken of section of the sufferers your state Here people are rejoicing over the most bountiful crops with whish they have even been blessed while jour people are actually suf fering for bread It is not an exaggeration < to say that this county Erath has made a sufficiency of com and wheat to feed 100000 people for twelve mouth This good jear L892iind as so bat another decade may find the tables turned Alasj with all of this abundance nothing is being done for your suffering people but we are praying that it may be speedily For the present distress wc are today praying tltat ihe htaven may giveyou rain to the starving people of Starr Hidalgo Hiid Cameron countie aridlet the rain continue that eorn may be nade this year Today it with aisa day of feas...

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. — 18 July 1892

H E5 f between Yankee EEBAILYH KALD enturpue and Sly y > j Squish repoce vi th the reputation The trouble 1ipv at presentjs too tfFISST OF ALL THE NEWS of jbgng muru 191 manana to moi row procrastination than 10uay BSU51 > yJEKVJAY BjccayT pxdat JESSE 0 TyTpSLEB Editor and Prop Entered at the tfoctoffice Browns viUe Texas as second class inattcrl MONDAY July IS 1892 Keep your aye 01 the Aransas Pass < I Well wouldnt it bo too lunnv if we did get a railroad There are men here wljo dislike U > see a railroad built to Brownt yille fs V 1 Some people here have a sickly errin when they hear a railroad men jioned If a railroad should build into Brownsville there would bo several large size funerals How quick koine people are to make promises but how slowif ever are thev to preform them The Hekald will be treated to i atvontire new dress and changed jn its appearance in the course of a few weeks The men whom you would think ought to help and push a new en terprise re the owes w...

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. — 18 July 1892

r F ADVERTISING RATES Space idYertU pents jOfie 4o Uai > P5r srli first insertion 50 cte per inch each uubsequout insertion SpocU rates given on monthly quar terly semijearly acd yearly contract Local advertisements ten cents per lino first insertion six cents jjorljne gach subsequent insor 011 Monthly wiitout change lhre Ctfujs per lineeach insertion Correspondence iolicjted on all niat xtrs pfjocal Interest or of interest to the paoplo of Soutnyfest Texas Each communication juust be noconjpaniud by the name of its anthoy not for pnblicatjau uu less so directed but js guarantee of good laith and when by request fictitious signatured appear to such communication tho right w rc eryed to disclose the niuc of the yriter should a necessitj arise for such dieplosure Subscribers who do uci receive their papers reg ularly are spticjaUy requeued to notify this ofttce Jjy letter or in person Any such complaints will receive prompt ajteutioa and insure butter service thereafter SUBSCRIPTIO...

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. — 18 July 1892

0 jSenmtion ievs5papurmett themselvesinrnish d the local sensntiuu trf last night Ones of the correspondents Mr iloUiday of Abe Pittsburg Xree wishing a souvenir of the war on ihe MniJoiigahela has been collect ing the autographs of the different celebrities present In the pursuit of this gentle art he aJked a inein ber of the advisory committee for lila signature yesterday afternoon n the iuiddle of a crowd ot strik ers The men paEsed rapidly from suspicion to eertatony that there was some criminal motive behind ihd request and before JJolliday Jchew what was going on he vas put under arrest bv a special police man named Hoekstock who Hauled hitn off to the association head ariarterg fieyeral conrcspotiujiMit iBaw the procession aud joined it along wth sundry vuluutcers of all classes The rvoms being reached tthe policeman had no spe cial charge Hgainat him save that the mnn was getting names as he nnderstood rit for a petition to jQar negie to put jionunjun men into the works Holl...

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. — 19 July 1892

U It 6V t il feu 4 Si 20 lira hy tOtS J exJ hi Vis in defendinggftafcrffK tttgOfret re afkliBlo spleelfail asks why theJeoiTntrjJ i naf7fr CI p jr > TOLL v 1e lliuillat Homestead fctoais flDi patcK jovernor PattisonV course in cnniififti ti with ihe disturbance at Homestead ins been ill praiewbr law and hWfa isexposed When Mr 0ilt official oath thronghon InealliiigUt the entire nation tfjl euarJ of PensylvUiita to plaejj titeowners of The Homestead rinlls in absolute possession ot their pro perty he dors not call out u man OBniiire titan is dird to make mre Sopotrerawiug resistance and effect pig thcohjectr without bloodshed The temper and desperation of the o OOO armed strikers made it proba ble ttlat great loss of lite would at tend the employment of less than 7000 tr ps When the military arniJathrusubetween millsuwners and striker itshoud he done in a xway t < isor f im Pioui f tn provoke resistance to oroVent bltnjtlshed and not tu inaugurate a w r The right of psirnegier ...

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. — 19 July 1892

THE B AILY HER AEi FJKST OF ALL THEflEEWS ISaUEDEVKRV DAV EXBKPT SrJTOAY JE8SE 0 HEELEBBditorJand Prop Entered at the Poctofllce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TUESDAY July 19 1892 And when are we to have water it works ti Encoubage the railroad building of a The free coinage hill has beet laid away to rest It will e resur reeted however at the next session of congress r We hope theprayersoflonr rain untking friend whose letter ap peared in our columns yesterday may he speed ity anpwered Membeks ot ihe third part ar f now denominated popiilites They are sadly in need of a little light Jmt we don c think ther are likelyfto get even a Hie dfit from the name Well if Hogg should he elected we shall have the consolationof knowing that Clark has given him some instruction in the art of government He doesnjtHeem to he slow at learning the lesson Jndge Clark gave hitr The Luredo iNews says = Great good has been accomplished by steam irregation flow much great would he theresult er...

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. — 19 July 1892

W rdvcrtteemeuts Local advertiscnitiita jnierUon six cefcis j > er liiio jach subsequent inscr Uoa Monthly without ch agethrea c ntsj per Use each Insertion i 4 I a 1 2M CJUTDIDJITES tv V ftTIbJNG RATEr h4 its < < t firstuu uiertto r5 hoe 3 IkJsl Jf Subscribers who do not resolve their papers reg cliriyare specially requested to notify this ofllca by letter or in person Any such complaints will receive prompt attention and insure better service thereafter JO JsffiscmpiIonm1Iates 3 Ofl6V ar Postpaid 8 i Sxficoths 500 Que Month 100 SCUEiiULE DEPARTIRE ForAicp Texws daily at C a ra Hio Grande City Mon day Wed and Friday at 0 a in For Point Isabel daiy at ti a m Miitamoros Mtxico E cept Sun day at U30 a m Jx < r JL JLL From AliceTexas daily at 10 p m ltio Gr m < ie TrMVeekly at 7 am Point Isabel daily at 6 Matmoro3 Mexico 930 a m J DlSTUICT OKFiCEIlS DistrictJudgeJohnC Russell str uo > n r Jtt HiIlikr District Clerk Louis Kowukki District c Hirl comnuj5cesXpi th e C t ...

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. — 19 July 1892

hivvetit Conwy nl Mr AleKmley admts n < w filial protection does nut ratee the w fge hut lie is euro ihiit the foieigner p ya the tux St Lotus Post Ds paleh iMen have a right to quit work 1 heao men ImVe been taught that I hey have a > v pei3linrand apccia1 light under the iMcKinley her to perpetuate high wages They Irani now that they have been de ceived but even this deception can not justify violence JVi n willing la work at wages tin lefiite will lake their placri there is no help for this Wages follow the dunssc f the market anil arc lixed by the InW of supply and c ein ftd the Me Kinley bill to the com mi y not withstanding The MdCinley bill nroleers not the llabmer but the capitalist Downwith the MrKn y i1i CotriVJonrna Mr George Fred WilliauiV h r eulean effojtsare nub maimed sprit h marily to dpfeat free silver There should be i o urifundei standing on that point What Mr William it ehhfly struggling for is to pre Vent tlieeonvietion8 of hie party in chesiher ifvuo lio...

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. — 20 July 1892

rV J w m B J 3 OL 1 f tt ye For i EyeV Philadelphia rJii s We of the north must take pause in our sweeping denuncia tion ofjthe eonth for the lynching of eol oifid brutes who criminally assault helpless women Je do just as the south does and would multiply lawless executions mder r the provocation that it is often given in that section Only a few weeks ago a black man whs seized and hung at Port Jervis N Y ust beyond the Pennsylvania line and within a few paces of a church for a criminal assault npou a young woman and it is only a few 3hV8 since the people of Quaker Chester county hunted a colored jnan to lynch hun for a like of fense It was the openly declared purpose to hang the bruie on thu spot if he could be found and Chester escaped that blot on hei i peaceful and lawloving record by the escape of the criminal On Monday last a frenzied brother Eliot a white brute for a criminal afSHul upon jiis pipter and he did jt in the sanctuary of justice and iu presence of the court It is...

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. — 20 July 1892

i 1 I i r I live fire in tin s city Thursday night should stop all argument if there is any against a firstclass system of water works Had the citv been supplied with jyater works puly one house instead of five would have been reduced fo ashes Lot us Jiave water works SVTe are sorry to learn that Mr Jose Celaya has len confined to his bed the last lew days by illness but is now improving rupidly JJrowusvillo Coiinopoljt pit VVhafc we would iikfl to know is whether t Uie Cosmopolitan is sorry Mr Celaya is sick or sorry that lie ia getting well Caller For tjje bppefjt pf his jpfiiiy iriends in this section of tile state wet will say that Mr Celava is now enjoying his jipual good health To make a good newspaper these days it must have liberal advertisers It ih a broad fact that a town eaunoi be made without a good newspaper It costs money to make a good town It costs money to majie a gg d news paper UkRald Good logic Brer Wheeler Your head is level and So ie your pa per Rockport New Er...

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. — 20 July 1892

IV T 7 < attg > gralA ADVERTISING RATES Space idverlfpenients One dollar per Inch j tery enijrearly and early contracts Qorrespondenco solicited < jn allmat ters of local interest or of Interest to the people of Southwest Texas Each communication must bo accompanied by the name of it author not lor publication uu ijss so directed but an 4 gunraiitec of good faith For Aice T xks daily tit a m Rio Grande Cif y Mon ilav Weil nd Fri la at G a 111 For Point Is 1 Del daiy ut tj a iu 4 Matatnoros Mexico Ecept tin day r nt J30 a m ARRIVALS roin Alice Texas daijy at 10 p m Uu Graiue TriWeekly at 7 am i Point Isabel daily at 0 Capijuoros Mexitova30 a 111 DIRECTOIjy DjSTRJCT OFKCER3 District uilgiv john C R sst phtrtct Atiprnp 1 M Turni r iJNtrict Clerk Leyis Kowaltki Uktrict ourJL touuuences on the jit > t Monday ia the moaths gf Fib wal Septetnler CoijsTv Of Kicnus < ountr Judge E C Iftrvo Jonity A torney Agustn Od a lonrtv CIiTic Joseph JVebb faitriff S A Bvitfi H rwtMirer IX...

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. — 20 July 1892

i ZTyptw American t 1 Jjaa Speech of CJiauary Depew f ls t 1 1 If I am to name the fcypircuj American the man who loves ard believa in his country beyond every Vhinsr else the man who determin in j oiiqe in what direction his duty fends cannot be swerved frum the p qtli the irian wiio is dogged per i8tent in what he beliyes to be Yifhtth e mail who thinks not of self but of his country and its needs J would name irovcr Cleveland Whal hef h4 s accomplishedis the very highest attribute to the pos sibilitiesi of American citizenship A country lawyer iii the city of Buffalo he sheds lustre upon the liigh profession which he has eho s tn As the may or of hia native city ie presented as hi record a clean aud economical administration Coming intp the highest position in he land without previous exper ience arid with scarcely a precedent the conrlitihs il U < to guide him in which surround him he won the affections of his party and eomman ed the respect iiii d admiration oi his opponents...

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. — 21 July 1892

yoL i iyJ9afvsZ1jtyr V < m > V < V v rrtic Fine Old Passenger SFn i m Good lfje Qf prescr ration > From the Cincinnati TimesStar Tbe Rev Dr John Joseph Non ri an eminent oriental traveler and explore now topping temporari ly in San Francisco claims tu have actually discovered Noahs ark resting on the topmost summit of Mount Ararat and has besn giving the papers of that city graphic ac counts of the uimnur in which he made ili s memorable find The doctor says that the summit of the historic and sacred mountain is 18000 feet or about three and threefifths miles high It is of course deeply snow covered The nrk rests on the very apex where jl untight on the first protrufjinj Jnd more than 4000 years ago Tiie great explorer does not claim to have actually reached JJoalrs big ship He admits that he was able to gef up the mountain side through and over the snow I 17000 fee ur to within 1000 feet et the hi j < fic craft J3ur lie clearly saw t He walked around the high conelik...

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. — 21 July 1892

Dispatches = s Beeville ITeeI Toe Uaiuz Ihu > J The Sun vtiioiiio l xpresa ays lhe plan for keeping the C ° aelrirtes out ol the preliminary organization of the states eotven lii n bV > endirt omtestiiig dele a tiAn iiHadlea3it ri ht or political r decency frothaounties Ic i itiiiiatei liutiuctiny for Clark iiay yet prove p UO merang to th ne irniity f such jiiianipnlation h is de Cldedy too Hogjilsh1ami the > eiple jviil dnnbtlfcp rr5eiCit r Owpc to tjie violent m iinns Iips v hich exist between the suppor ters of Uoggand Clark it wtiulif f em that split in the party will inevitably follow the nomination nf eithpr For the sake of bar imopv it if tobe hoped the dele gntes will unite on wine other can didate Texas has many sons wIm would wear the liom r worthily and give tojier people a wise and eouservatiYe admimstnition ThERE is no doubt that the Pennsylvania tnilitia mnst and will protect Carnegies property and Tpstrain the strikers from violence should nonunion men be pu...

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. — 21 July 1892

sp > DIRECTORY Disttjjct Officers District Judge Join C Kussell District Attorney D M Turner District Clerk Loins owijHki Ubtr fct conrt coinmenoys onthe ii > t Monday in tLe niomliB oi F b ajd fcepttiabitr < ff K r Rio Grande City Mon dav Wed and Friday at 0 a m for Ioiut Isaficl daiV nt 5 a m r Matamoros Mexico Except Sun day tyaOa jn ARK1VAL3 From Alice Texas daily at 10 p m Kio Grande TriWeeHy at 7 a Point Isabel dally at Mat anoroi Mexico 9t a jn j Coxrsrr OFKicins jCouhtv Judir Ef Foxto jCounty A i riiev AJrustl < 1 v s I ountv Clerk J o eph > > W > HierifT S A Unto jTrcisiirer f Vledonio G r i Axsasor I George Chaippon i oil dor Janus A lirowne JSarwyor Tohn > linl lnsp fctt r of Hides Cisimiro Tama v COMMI IONERS Prccinet > n 1 Antonio Vazquez 1recinct o2 Thpmis Carbon Irecinct No 6 I Narciso Cantu Pjecinct Xo 4 Pablo Perez Conntyjcourt meets fotci iUrimimil andbrobate business nu the fiiht Mon da in March June September and December City Officers ...

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. — 21 July 1892

ri rcLr Ljyifl TF V hn Cirpmit of ibrce audi Army system adopted by the L > Sg men of Waco who are not few according to iI r W L R d iriev secretary FIoiriT nn commie ioti executive committee would eem to be a play into tlie lwndB of the republican party and an invitation to pass tlje force bill It northern capital and enterprise willI surely have a strong word to say in protest against the passage of a force bill certainjy ponthern men should hot libel the good i < i name of Texas by emasculating thVeffortsofonr northern friends with the pronnnciamento of the secretary of the Hogg executive committee of tynco to the effect that the right of suffrage can be exercised at that place only at the extremity of force and arms The Hogg men of Waco who are not few rnngt be blinded mentally by their red hot intolerance for there is not another place in Texas where such an idea would be en tertained a moment Myrtle Springs Jlerald Lz v rf r The Campo Santo cemetery in Pisa Italy is one ...

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