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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 December 1892

N i 11 si N aft THE BAILY H3SBALB M FIRST OFALL THE NEWS ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUOTAT m < B Wbqfat Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TUESDAY DECEMBER 131892 The fast man generally takes the shortest cut throngh life Ignorance is anything but bliss when we are conscious of it ToLabedo Let us build a rail read from Larpdo to Browusrile What is the matter with the Corpus Chriati Callers complex ion It k the fashion now in some cit Jea tOj attribute all murders to the Italian Mafia The lioekport New Era says that J3uckKilgore is spoken of as n cabinet possibility They had butter make him Secretary of the Exteiior San Antonio Exjpkess Dyren forth claimed the credit of the rains at Laredo and Corpus Chnsti Did he create the destructive cy clone up in Harrison bounty also Goveenob HoG may prevent foreign capital fiom building a rail io > k1 fur us but he has no string on home capital If our people liave 125000 to iv to outside capital ist they can b...

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. — 13 December 1892

< l i I A sS > > V SLji She pig Herald Gorreapondeaco solicited oa all matters of local Injarest or oflntecest to the aople at 8otttlure8t Texas Each communication tauitboaceotapialcd by the name of its author not for publication un leu so directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request fictitious signatures appear a a such communications the right is reserved to disclose the name of thewriter ahculda necessity Arise for such disclosure Snbigrlbers who do not receive their papsrs reg ularly aro specially requented to notify this offlce by letter or in person Any such complaints will cecsiTB prompt attention and Insuro better ervic toweajJerVvtfi v UTILE LOCALS The telegraph Pries art down Tn steamship Mergim ia still cut at sea Everybody is talking railroad 3 eep it a going The Alice mail did notarrive un til 9 oclock last night Collector RB Rentfro is ex > pccted home this evening WAitTED Immediately good cook Apply at this office City Engineer Brooks is l...

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. — 13 December 1892

i x If N c JilSTRtCJ QfElCEUS Jis trc u ge Jo1 ° R sl7n Pi trcfr Attorney XIX 1L Turner pwtrlctCIerk JLouisJCowalski District court commences on the flrst Monday in the mouths of jb nd Septemhor County Offigers County Judge S C Porto County Attorney AfVin Claya County OJerfeF 5 frs ebb h3riff S A Erito Treasurer Celedonio Uarza Assessor George Champion Collector James A Browne purveyor John si Hord Inspector pf Hides Gasimiro Tanmyo COMMISSIONERS Precinct 2fo 1 WAntonio Tazquez Precinct Vo2 Thomas Carson Precinct Sq 3 Narciso Cantu Precinct No 4 Pablo Perez County court meets for civil criminal findbrobate business on the fiist Mon ilayin March Jufto September and December Cny Officers Mayor Thomas Carson Chief pf Police James II Klhan Tieasurer Alfred Taornham Secretary M B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Peuille Surveyor S V JJrooks Assessor and Collector J A Michel OP DEPASTURES AMD ARRIVALS OF atAILS DEPARTURE For Alice Texas daily a m Rio Grande City Mon day yed and Friday it 0 a in F...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 December 1892

n Oft i V 1 r 4 K i > E t YQ VOL 1 BROWNSVILLE CAMERON COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 14 1892 SS H Qoosbics CARDS O H J iJSI pOODRICE MARIS ATTORNEYSATLAW DEALERS IHJJEAL ESTATE Complete Abatact8 of Cameron County Kept la The Office BROWNSVILLE TKO I KLEIBER A TEX ATTORNEYATLAW Ofliee over First National Bank Brovrasville Texa Will practice in any of tlu courts of tin State when specially employed TT 11 MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Corner Levee and Elev enth Street BROWNSVILLE TEXAS S THURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS J B JJOSKWU O SXEMJE MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RLO GRANDE CITY TEX rifiSI JH1BL SANK y 0 OF o BROWNSVILLE TEXAS CAPITAL 850000 G M Raphael Wm Kelly President VicePres J D Ande8on Cashier Directors G M Raphael Wm Ke ly Robert Dalioll M B Kingsburr Emilc Kleiber J D Anderson Collections or all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on aU principal cities Jirou out the orin DIRECTORY District Officers...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 December 1892

t < I I IS JJW JJWTOE TOE BAXLY HSBLff FIRST Off ALL mg N WS JSSfjBDKVEEY DAT EXCEPT StTNDAT d a 3pp Entered at the Poctoffice Browns Tilla Texas as secondclass matter WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 141892 Utait Arizona and New Mexico are applying for admission to state hood It is 6uid that Adlia jSteyeneon as devoted to his mother who is eighty three years old PEpsroENT ifAEEisoK threatens to write a book Thats what the people get for not re electing him WfM The San Antonio Seini Weekly Express ie an interesting and newsy paper coraprisingjthe cream of the pews and editorials of the daily Secretary Foster estimates that pensions Till cost this year 50 000000 more than jthe permanent annual expenses of the govern meat San Antonio Express If Uncle Jake McGaughey was at all ehiyal ric he would lend Mrs Lease hi6 mamillary lambr equius during her fight for that eemitorship America doesnt want any more of Europes scum Let ua have honest healthy immigrants with enough in their pockets to insure t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 December 1892

Sfec pg Ji < 9 S V P 7 J fe I S ta f i Corretponaasoa olicited onail matters oflocal Interest or flflotereat to the pooRjpfil Southwest iCoxaa Each communication must Sja accompanied by the name of its aulhor not forpublication un let so directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request fictitious signatures appear > o such communications the rigfet is reserved to disclose the name of the writer should a nec ity rise for such disclosure Subssriberstrho do not receive their papers reg Tilarly are specially requested to notify this office > y letter or in person Any such complaints will feceiTe prompt attention add Insure better mjtjIP 4isr iftgr Note change in directory of conn ty officers Bead onr Santa Maria letter in to days issue JoRe Tunguma left for Laredo Mexico this morning Mrs J D Anderson baa been vjuite sick with la grippe Bead notice of election of officers of KuightB of Honor lodge Lorenzo Buitureir left for Cor > ns tJhriati this moraing on bosi ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 December 1892

i 6 V HIT TO CHAPTER I Sis opportunity Had coma to him this evening ItvraB Bt a carpet dance at the house of Mrs Venable a friend of his uncle Mr John Orde that Marcus Gray a young American over on his travels having screwed his courage to the stick ing place proposed to Mary Luinsden the eldest daughter of a well to do city merchant They had met several times in the course of the preceding month and it had not taken Gray long to dis covor that in Miss Lnmsden he had lighted on the girl who for him was the fairest flower thosun shone on His opportunity kaa pme to him this evening when he anoMary by some happy chance found themselves alone in the curtained embayinent of o pro jecting window At any moment they might be disturbed by some other stray couples in search of a quiet nook and what Gray had to eayif he did not wish the occasion to slip through hi3 fingers must lie brief and to tho point Presumably it was so in view of tho fact that not more than three minutes elapsed from the...

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. — 15 December 1892

i < fljfc V rIlP ife P mswvm f ol 1 i 3C > = OAEDS oopricii maris j ATTORNEYjSATLAW 33JSALT3RS IN REAL JZgTA K CJotnplcte Abstacts of jGumcipn bounty Kept In The Office BRpWNSYILLE TEX isT0 I KLEIBER ATTORNEYATL A W Offiee oyer First National B > nk Brownsville Texas WiM practice in anT nf the po urts of th State when specially employed W 11 MASQX ATTORNEY AT LAW OvTiciii Corner Levee and Elev enlh Street gRflWSgVILLE TEXAP A 8 THURMOND a ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS j B Tio aos A G Stejs M QKROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RIO GRANDE piTY TEX + M jwnionL mm OF o PRO NSVILLE CAPIfAL TEXAS G M J apiiael Wm Kelly President YicePres J J Axdeuson Oashjer Directors 0 Mr Raphael Wra Kelly Robert DaUell Aj B Kingsbm AUx lileibcr Tyler County Glerk Sheriff Treasurer Assessor Collector Surveyor lnspectqr of Hides Casimiro Tainayq COMMISSIONERS Precinct No 1 Antonio Vazquez Precinct No 2 Emile Kleiner Precinct No 3 S Champion Precinct No 4 Pablo County court niee...

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. — 15 December 1892

2 if i i ft I 1 if r 2 11 GflODBICH w CARDS H MASO J S THURMOND c h aiAKip ri oorEica maris ATTOENEYSATLASY OEALEE8 IN EEAI ESTATE Joinplcte Ahsjtactsof jOamerpn NGonnty Kept In The Office BR0WNSYILLE TEX TOO L KLE1BEK ATTORNEYATLAW iOffice oyer First National 11 Brownsville TexaB i Will practice in any nf the pourtb of the State jvhen specially ftinplovcd ATTORNEY AT LAW Dxvicuz 0 oinar Lcvee and Ejiev er > lh Street ftRJWgVILLE TEX4S ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS f B Mq nos A G Sterns MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RIO GRANDE PITY TEX g o OF o PROTfNSVILLE TEXAS G M JLtAPiiAEL Wji Kelly President VicePrce J D Anpeuson Cashier Directoks G M Rao uael Wm Kelly rt Dalioll M V Jvingsbnrv Kleibcr J I > Anderson on all points promptly tted Bills of exchango nil principal cities IrwJJ BRpWITSyiLLE CAMERON COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY EYEKIM DE0EJIBE 15 1892 DIRECTORY fmm T0 bp ° wwill Distuict Officers District Jud e John C Russell District tUtornoy John I KMber Dis...

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. — 15 December 1892

ii fe1 3 r fe r Is ITS MO WftiilV i V ltnifi > ff tl AJrtiT > i > il i r Jrm ir > fi fgas DAILY HER1B fct MWBD BYEttT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAT Entered at the Poctoffice Browns rille Texas as secondclass matter fHURSQAY DECEMBER 15 1892 TmcLnredo Times has greatly mproved in appearance recently The last official announcement of New Yorka vote places Cleve lands plurality at 5338 Luce tliu lilies of the field are the f Texas railroad commissions they toil not neither do thay spin Of couesEj Mr Chilton has no aspirations to 11 Mr Mills place in the senate Neither do horses care for oate it Hamlet h nt beeu put in the stage as an opera Shakeapere left most effectual instructions that his bones ahonld not be disturbed but this is almost enough to roime the bard 1 I 1 from his grave Tub slow warm rains we have JfTK r < t rSz < been baring lately are good tor both cattle and farms This kind pt rains ail sink into the soil and is retaiued When rain comes hard and fast the water r...

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. — 15 December 1892

> f si f t > > 4 U > 11 i f > y pit < ailg j rali > FIR T OF f LL 3HE NEWS Cprreipondaae solicited on all matters of opa l tof t or Qtiatereit to the people of Southwest jTexit Eicb communication mjfst be accompanied by the name of Us author not for publication un leu so directed but as a guarantee of good faith k nd when by rosiest fictitiout signaturoa appear v ° h ooramunications the right is rosorredto diaalote tho uamo of tho writer s > heuld a necessity rtaa for auah disclosure jSubisriberairho do notreceiro their papers rag ulirly ara specially requested to notify this pfflco fcy letter or in person Any such complaints will r wr prompt attention and Insure better erYjeot kerfaXter LITTLE LOCALS Do you own land Increase its value by irrigation Mrs J E Portmess is quite ick with grip hut we hopa aha may ro cpver shortly Lieut Chatfleld will open an of fice Monday in th e furuituje store ofH Scotts A game of base ball will be play ed to merrowby the publi...

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. — 15 December 1892

iiy r V ri fl u < r g JTcUo Oarry you here Marcus Gray had taken his ticket at Victoria Station and two more minutes Svbuld have seen hiin in fhe train on ni3 way to Streatham where the Lumsdens Jived when ji is attention was attracted hy tfie placard of an evening newspaner Mysterious Murder This Day pf a City lle rchant was the startling announce ment which staved him in the face tNbw his uncle was a city merchant pne of thousands of others arid that of itself was enough to cause hhn to invest a penny in the purchase pf a paper It is enough to say that Gray did not go to Streatham that day nor for many weeks af torward Some days passed without any evi dence on which the police cpiild act be ing forthcoming other than that which their first crude investigation had brought to light That the safe had been riCed there was no longer any jfloubt Beeing that neither a note norn coin of any kind was found in it but in view of the fact that Mr Lumsden had been in the labij pf keeping al...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 December 1892

I I 4 I m n 4 S > i M 4 t Kb T v n tf VOL 1 J > v CARDS V t y L B H Goodhich BROWNSVILLE Directors G M Rauhaeh Win Kelly C H AlAEH poorPwicn MARIS ATTORNEYSATLAW DEALERS IN REAL EsTATK Complete Abstaets of Cameron Countv Kent In The Office i t TEX TNO I KLEIBER ATTORNEYATLAW Office over Fiist National Bank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of the courts of ti > State when specially fin ployed W U MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Corner Levee and Elev etilli Street BROWNSVILLE < TEXAS A S THURMOND J R ilcreaoE Tf if f ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS A G Steeke MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Lawi ri v RIO GRANDE CITY TEX jriferj o OF o BROWNSVILLE TEXAS CAPITAL 50060 G M Raphael Wjt Kelly President VicePres J D Andeuson Cashier DIBECTOKY District Officers District Judge John C Russell County Clerk Sheriff Treasurer Assessor Collector Surveyor GO TO District Attorney John I Khiber District Clerk Louis Kowalski District court commences on the first Monday ...

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 December 1892

tt r 4 p 9 4 u 4 K > r r THE BAILY HSit ALB Jbs SSBltfflfT ISSUED EVEBT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the PostoEce Browns yille Texas as secondclass matter FRIDAY5PECEMBEU 16 1892 Lynch law is generally enforced Time and press never wait on the editor of a daily That Refurm Clut dinner did not agree with Mr Crisp Let the next legislature see to it that Texas is given less law aud a better quality of it Should Canada beuome a mem ber of Uncle Sams family what would beuome of the hank cashiers The Galveston News says that it is not the size but the ijunlity of brains that causes the mental differ enccs among men t Lor18 Republic No man is to he appointed to office simply bo ctuse he is a democrat hut a great many republicans now holding offices will lose them simply bo eause they are republicans Witt the citizens of Browns ville refit under the accusation that they do not want a railroad Who ig there here that dues not want a railroad We have yet to hear a single citizen of this tow...

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 December 1892

It + I s < 111 i II flj tr Jl ft 1 jl p f bl J I K < 4 TTTTl li 111 1 Jl till < p a mm Hljli he > iarald FIttST OF AJLL THE NEWS Correipondsnce solicited n ill matter of local Interest or if interest to the people or Southwest Texas Each oostmunication must bo accompanied by the nam of its author not for publication un less so directed iut as goarasjteoof good faith Andwhan by request fictitious signature appear Ao such commutlcationatho right is rtserredto dlsoloss tho nauwj of ths writer should a aeccssity ria for tush disclosure 8ubisnbtrsrho do not receive their papers reg ularly are spedtUy requoatod to notify this office T letter or in person Any such complaints will taisiTs pramptitteoUon and insure better ierrici 4her afUr LITTLE LOCALS Subscribe for The Heeald See change in Architect Brooks ad Celebrated Tabasco sauce at Ba iredaa Mike Lcaliy sorve all kinds of raised drink6 The federal court convenes here on January 2 A brisk norther blew up about daylight this...

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 December 1892

V E y i Sft was pricing Mc room slowly Tao months bad gone by since Mar cos Gray had intimated to Mary Lums den his intention of seeking an interview with her father on the inorrow and our two young people had seen nothing of each other in tho interim The tragic circumstances connected With Mr Lumsdens death had put an end to all lovemaiihg for tho time be ing and now the period Gray had al lotted to himself for the English portion of hi tour was nearly at an end A week lience if he carried out the ar rangement agreed upon with his father before leaving liome he would be duo inParis But his love for Mary had in rowise coolfd for lack of fuel to feed itself on anc he was determined on no account to quit London till he should ooine to an understanding of fomo port with Ler mother In this contingency lie decided lo take his Uncle Orde into his < onndenco ami claim the benefit ot his advice in the affair It was the wisest concluson ho coold havo come to Mr Orde listened with lifted e...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 December 1892

ft rv M ft if TM > r f if VOL L V i CARDS TNO I KLEIBER pOOEJilptl MARIS HATiXJJNEYSrATLAW HN H JL > EAEB8 IN REAL ESTATE 3omplete Abstacts of Cameron Countv Kept JnThe Office BROWNSVILLE Ol TEXT 1 i A TTORNE Y ATL A W Office over First National Bink Brownsville Texas i Will practice in any of the court of th State when specialty employed w II MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW f luri 1 f Offick Corner Levee and Elev enth Street B RO W SV1 LLE TEX AS r V < > tjk 13 X A ST TH UIlMON D H Lt orney atslajv c t f and General Land Agent s viwoliiV TEXAS J S Mo > a a A O Sxksicb MONROE 6VSTERNE JTAttorneys atLaw > RLO fii NDE GiTY a TEX 0 rti msf jj ATlOHAL Mil < c > V i OF o 1 BROWNSVILLE TEXAS CAPITAL 50006 G Tki IIakhakl Wm Eellt rrcsident ViceIres J D ANDEksoNrOashier Directors G M Raohael Win Kelly Robert DaUcll M B Kingsburv Emito Kleiber JrD Anderson Collections on all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange cities SS8SS3feS Sg4ns GO TO DIRECTORY District Offi...

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. — 17 December 1892

civil service rules to that establish ment or not will be interested in t mW a t t m it Hl W IMSJ8D EYEB DAT ZXGHW SU2TDAT Entered at the Postoffice Browns vllle Texas as secondclass matter Saturday December 17 i 92 Thb Waco Day has been purchas d bj A It McCullon editor and proprietor of the Waco Globe The Day will bu coneolidated with the Globe Hunosablk E D Li tin is very strongly endorsed for collector of customs at EI Paso and will in all probability get the place Yet Mr Li an was an ardent Clark man How does the Poat like that With a lailroad to L < tredo deep water at BrazoB is sure to lollow and this will make Brownsville what ber position gives her the right to be the most important city on the Mexican frontier and one of the leading coast cities Sax Ahtonio JUxpuegs Mitcholl the iuegalophonous Britisher who once outran Snlliran iD a sprinting match has been sent to jail for six rj days for brutally beating an oM inau 3j disguising himself as a eeptegcuarian Gorbett Migh...

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. — 17 December 1892

f Ak ll > 1 IJ I rfjy > r r < A f B I1 p2PJ 9fe aHg > g rald JPIBrr OF A L TBE NEWS fp > sdB sciWUl MaUMitura oflooal l oriflakrMt UUa p opU f Sonthw t TV A9M ie tionttii tb Meomp ii d helr from them on return of wag B of itotathor not for onbUeaUon anT < m m dlrwUd iut f cwwiM Af ood ftith d k tektlom abjreXMat atcattros tpps r MliMBaMaiflatteMtil fight Is Rwwred u l le th aM f4feTrittr skg J4 juesMltjr srU far seh Alaaloiar Bfttitrftttn wtaf do sotree tv tfMfe jiptr a res Arty r ipecUUjr r qtiMtt4 U wtajr thU offlc T UtUr or la peccaa Any isoa oo pl lnt will c o9t pr ap attaatloa and lnr tottfr rrlce L TTL LOCALS Celebrated Tabasce taaea at Ba arada Tere was a leisure at the river jtaterdayof omd blck Meriao gooiMr Mr Ed Siuw who haa beendo sng aome painting up the river ouie in lust flight A soldier earned Bowea was a jpaisanger on the outcjeiag Alice atagc this morning Mr A Bellaeka smiling face is again seen or the aireets after a short trip up the river Jj td...

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. — 17 December 1892

IS i h v j r rier I F > < f 1kHi BROUGHT TO B0I CHAPTEttlV Jesh but you wont ece mc tomorrow It was three weeks later Marcus Gray had been as good as his word Not only had he made Crakes acquaintance in the interim but by thia time tho two to employ an expressive locution had become as thick as thieves He bad sought out Crake at the billiard room of the Flagon and Cask the tavern which Inspector Fountains report to Mr Orde had mentioned aa being hia favorite house of call Grays role bad been that of a simple young American over in London for a holiday with no lack of money to fling away and not caringtmuch how he got rid of it so long as he saw plenty of life in return It was a part ho played to perfection at Crake clung to him like a leech from the moment be found that the supply of sovereigns to be squeezed out of himH one way or another had no apparent limit They got into the way of meet ing regularly about two oclock in the afternoon when Crake who was really a crack playe...

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