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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 19 December 1892

yg h fo f f l > V r > 14 t iat w a VOL 1 r E TL Ooodbick OAEDSc BROWNSVILLE VICTORIA TNO I KLEIBER ATTORNEYATLA W Offioo over First National Bank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of the court if th > State when specially employed w H MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Officx Corner Levee and Elev enth Street BROWNSVILLE TEXAS S THURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent TEXAS i B Sfosnwm A O Sibmb MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RLO GRANDE CITY TEX FIRST H SANK o OF o BR0WNSV7LLE 8 TEXAS CAPITAL 500 < 3G G M Raphael Wm Kelly President YieePres J D Anderson Cashier Directors G M Raohael Wm Kelly Robert DaUuII M 13 Kingsbury Emilo Kleiber J D Anderson Collection on all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on all principal cities throughout tae wTlih m Commissioners Precinct No 1 Antonio Vazquez Precinct No 3 mileKleiber Precinct No 3 S Champion Precinct No 4 Pablo Perez County court meets for civil criminal and brobate business on the first Mon day...

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 December 1892

V e JSSgED KVEEY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the Postoffice Browns Tllla Texas as secondclass matter MONDAY DECEMBER 191892 It ib reported that Justice Lamar will resign as soon as Cleveland is inaugurated His health is the cause An ArriaiPT was recently made to assassinate President Hyppolyte of Hayti The would ba Guittean waa ehot r A bailrjad along ti e border would be a most effectual means of checking the Garza bandits in their wild career The Alice Keporter geta the thiigdowu right when iteays A Itft of bandits kicked up a rumpus on the border this week All latu dispatches frqm the City of Siexieo report that there is lit te hopethattheJife of the ga llaut Hernandez may be spared We Cleveland has said that1 he will make no more bpeecbes hcloro Ins inauguration Every body knowathat wlien Mr Cleveland i s he wont he wont Sam Antonio Expkess It is nino to uothiug that a careful count of noses will convince the Hogg ele meut that Roger Q not only haB a cinch on the situation but ...

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 December 1892

i kit 11 ffl r ft k t l u 2f gar garR lV i sa ij utw k ja yH fft FIRST OF AhU THE NEWS r I I I gbrrerpo adoneo soUelto a onall matters of local Interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Taras Each communication must be accompanied fey the ntisD of its Author not for publication un less so dirsctBdLbut as a guarantee sf oo d faith and when by request HcKtioHS ignttaresi appear 4o sitchfeomiaurilcattoas tllo rlgUt is rcsarred to disclose thoiiaiaaor the vfiriUrshould a necessity sariso for anah discloaurc Snbtsribers who do notreeelTs their papersxeg tuarly are specially requested to notify this office by letter or is person Any such complaints will ssure prompt attention and insure better jerries thereafter t LITTLE LOCALS Mr Frank Rabb spent the day in the city > Read statementof the Ladies Aid60ciety The steamship Morgan is still finable to unload Tna Heealds subscription list < coutiune6 to grow The Convent school will be closedtoraorrbv far the holidays As Ctiristm...

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 December 1892

Ef > l > I jfc FOR LITTLE POLKS The Apple Pendulum At dessert it is possible by means of an apple pran orange to repeat the Pou cault pendulum experiirien whica wak executed under the dome of the Pan theon in 1851 Pass a match through an orange and allow the ends to protrude on each Bide and to one of these ends attach a thread Attach the other extremity of the thread to the head of a pin inserted in a cork and support the latter by means of three forks the handles of which rest upon the edge o a plate Now causa the pendulum to swing after so regulat ing the length of the thread that tho lower point of the match shall come very near the lx > ttom of the plate and maik it passage in two small circulai piles cf pi u v ered sugar designed to represent the circle of sand that Fou cault ranged upon the ground all around his peudulum The ate represents the earth A3 long tjs it remains stationary the match ut every c filiation will pass exactly through ilia furrow that it has made...

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 December 1892

IS l R p rf V j > vJ i r fc li t < iter t A VOL 1 v E H Goodrich OAEDS CAPITAL G M ItAPnAEE rw iJr r > < 4 > r on iiuiif p OOrRICH MARIS ATTORNEYSATLAW DEALERS IN KEAL ESTATE Complete Abstact6 of Cameron Comity Kept In The Office BROWN6VILLE JNO w I KLEIBER H MASON TEX ATTORNE Y ATL A W Ofiioo over First National Bank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of the courts of th State when specially employed ATTORNEY AT LAW Ottice Coiner Levee and Elev enth Street BROWNSVILLE TEXAS A S THURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VffTOUIA TEXASv 3 B JIOSBOB O SXEBJIE MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RIO GRANDE CITY TEX HIST NTHHfl 341 o OF o BROWNSVILLE TEXAS Wm Kelly President YieePrcsl J D Anderson Cashier Directors G M Rauhael Wm Ke ly Robert Dakoli M B Kingsbury Emile Kleiber J D Anderson Collections on all points promptly made and Vemitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on Till principal cities throughout the world DIBECTORY District Officers District Judsje John C...

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 December 1892

r l fat 1 i THE BMLY HgRiB SSSETED EVERY DAY KZCEPT StTSDAY Entered at the PcstoEce Erowns Tlllv > Taxas as secondclass matter TUESDAY DECEMBER 201892 The comet that we looked for norer eme Victorias Pan American railway ditto Kind treatment sometimes has a much better effect upon a culprit than brutal punishment If Mr Mill should bo offered a cabinei position why not Bend Judge George Clark to the U S Eonate in Mills place It is repotted that the Sonthern Pacific system will assume owner ship and control of the Aransas Pass railroad on January 1st The people of Homestead are calling on the country to save them from starvation As far north as that want means moro than hunger In the dead of winter it means ex treme suffering from cold A cohpaxy composed of good Mexican citizens along the Texas border would probably do more to wards running Garza bandits out of the brush than any number ol West Point cadets would do UW4HHQ jhtimi iiprw > ij Ths prospective resignation of Justice...

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 December 1892

1 I by m s m I rv 1r r < i < u IK fa HiIg l ralcli 7 Stray JLvavcs Wram the JXcprt FIRST OF ALL THE NEWS ers jYote Book i V Jm Walt to be in lC Swim SrrspondanM soli tad on all atttor of int r et or ofinterest to the people of Southvrest begin to COUtlt UU tllO spare Cash JOll have to put into the railroad that 18 going to be built from Drownsville to Laredo Passenger trainNo Iron the Rio Grande Valley railroad will not ar rive in Brownsville from Laredo on January 11S93 but it expected in on January 1189A I will give onefourth of what little property J own as a bonus for a railroad fiom Brownsville to Lure do remarked a busiticsa man to a LIeuald reporter this morning Somctno wants to know why The Herald devotes so much space to railroad talk We promis ed in the beginning to work for the interest of Brownsville and Camerom county didnt we Frank Feuille Eaq attorney for tii railroad from Brownsville to somewhere and also one the largest stockholders in the concern pigtides ove...

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 December 1892

m w wmr < vmmmr ymrm gSv A m VALUE OE THREATS WOW DESIGNING PERSONS TAKE A MEAN ADVANTAGE TOves Aro Frequently Terrorized by Their Husbands While Scapegrace Sons and Wayward Brother Use Their Positions to lirtort Money The threat as a weapon of social war fare has not yet been given its truly im portant place The sanest persons are inclinea to regard the threat as the out come of a vain and feeble mind and are prompted to laugh when the villain cries Beware Much as we may de spise the th teat jet it is indubitable that more people are influenced and made to do what is against their wishes by this means than by actual violence The threat wielder is naturally punily proportioned mentally and physically and exercises his power most effectually in the womans world Women more than men have reason to dread the threat for man enn either afford to run its dangers or proceed to immediate punishment Tlio woman is defenseless and though she would frequently like to proceed to extreme yet tr...

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 December 1892

t It j x SI Ar rv r A t r r v zTiym VOL 1 E H Goodrich CARDS CAPITAL BROWNSVILLE CAMERON COUNTY TEXAS WEMSSDAY BVEiWG JEOE3TBER 21 1892 c n mabl r OOBRICH MARIS ATTORNE YSATL A W DEALERSIX EEAL ESTATE omplete Abstaets of Cameron County Kept In The Office BROWNSYILLE TNO I KLICIBER BROWNSVILLE A S THURMOND riRSI utiomil SANK I o of co browns ville S TEX ATTORNEY ATL AW Oilioo over First National Bnk BroTvnsvilje Texas Will practice in any of thp courts of th > State wheu specially employed w II MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Ofjic Corner Levee and Elev enth Street TEX AS ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VILTOIUA TEXAS E IIOKHOE A G Stkuse MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RLO GRANDE CITY TEX TEXAS 50 080 G M Raphael Wm Kelly President YiccPres J D Axdekson Cashier Directors G M Raohael Wm Kelly Robert Dakoli M B Ivingsburv Emilo Kleiber J D Anderson Collection on all points promptly made and emitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on all principal cities throughouttheworld V < 1 DIREC...

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 December 1892

THMY ARE IN EARNEST 1 Eftm IS if ffc T Laeedo How much will yon give towards the Brownsville and Laredo railroad Thk Toxaa Howe Oonier i do ing noble work ih behalf of women and girjs who work for their daily bread If ips next legislature will adopt some measure providinpj good pub lic rondb they will receive the last jng gratitude of the entire state WHIHWIWIIIJIMJW We have not yet aacertainod whether or not Col Nieves Her Bandez was executed on Monday the day aet for the execution fWi ys Thq St Louis Republic has dis coTered that the WeBt and South dont want state banks But what about TexfcS and her prophet Gover Dor Hogg Labkdos joung men have been treated to a grand leap year ball The News complains that the shy young men are all safe as yet and warns the young Indies that leap year is almosta thing of the pait New York Would Grocer and lindertakei J J3 Corcoran of Au rora III who oalmy took the Lake Yiew highwayman to shoot and Vie goldarned refuses o gire the Chicago newspaper...

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 December 1892

lk ft f 1 4 4 Tcfc 3I bandits SJte < aflg gpli FIRST OP ALL THE NEWS Serr ipondcn solicited oa U mtur of local l t r t or ofintereit to tha people of Soutbjreit X xim Each < aommuntetion mtut be aceompacied > 7 tho nimeofita author nojtfor publication cn i sodtr etd butag guarantee of goed faith JUd when bjrequest flctitloiis lignaturee appear t nth ommunicationithe right is retarrefi to UtlOMthtnam oftho 7it r hodd WfiSfisitj wU for nth diielosuTi Sabtsriban wh do netreeciT theirpaperi reg lrly ar ipecUllj requested to notify this office byUtUr or la psrion Any ipch complaints will f itar praoipt tenUi and Iniore better terries tkeretftcr LITTLE LOCALS See our mark t report i todays paper Collector E B Eentfro roturned sast evening Lieut Eyan of Fort Brown is oa the eick list The Alice mail arrived quite early laBt night Messrs Jeffards and Champion of Santa Maria are in the city Mrt W H Mason leaves on the steamship Morgan for nothei u Tex as Mr F E LStarck was in from il...

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 December 1892

< m m r r C I I w Jf STOE OE A PLAINMAN HI3TORYCF ONE BUSINESS ENTER PRISE IN NEW YORK A ToutH Who Kan Atvay trova ITomo unci IVcnt to tlio 2rctroi > olis Grew to lie a Tory Successful Mcrehnnt Ills Wifes Share in Els Great Success A good example of how fortunes are made in New York city is afforded by the life and business operations of Mil lard Fillmore Tompkins who died at the age of thirtynine years Mr Tompkins was almost penniless when a mere boy he first came to this city He understood his business however and he had the courage to strike out into a new path The result was that building his busi ness up little by little he died worth 600000 To his wife fully as much as to himself this success is due and Sir Tompkins was always the lirat to ac knowledge this When Mr Tompkins was fourteen years old he rati away from the home where he was born at Newport E I and came to this city with the usual resolve of making a fortune for him self He had ten dollars in his pocket when h...

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. — 22 December 1892

tit A Jk f > w ytX V f S tf T Il i JC H Goodrich CARDS TNO I KLEIBER ATTORNEYATL AW Office over First National Bank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of the courts of tho State when specially iemployed H mason yn ATTORNEY AT LAW Offickj Corner Lcvep and Elev TOTORIA enth Street BROWNSVILLE TEX4S AtS S THURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land > Agent IBST M1DUL FMI BROWNSVILLE CAMERON COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY EVENTM DECEMBER 22 1892 C H ilABIPr TOOPRIGtl MARIS ATTORNE YSATL A W 0 DEALERS IN EEAL ESTATE onipleto Abstact8 of Cameron Gonnty Kept In The OfSce BROWNSVILLE TEX TEXAS E 2IOSR8K A G Stkhk MONROE STERNE Attorneys At Lav RIO GRANDE CITY TEX o OF o BROWNSVILLE TEXAS CAPITAL 56000 G M Raphael War Kelly President VicePres J PAndersonCashier Directors G M Saoiiael Wm Ke ly Robert PaUull M B Kingsburv Emilo Ifleiber J D Andersen Collection on all points promptly made and emitted Billsof exchange drawn direet on all principal cities throughout the world1 DIRECTORS District O...

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. — 22 December 1892

tl I i THURSDAY DECEMBER 22 1892 The Pinkertons have been put ion the list of the Mumgo s IIousyoN pEEit Talk is cheap but it is 6omctimes useful Always italk up your town Tiie delegates to the Brussels conference could not arrivo at any mutual understanding on the money question Perhaps the bnsiuees was conducted in Yolapiik which would account for the lack of understand ing Chicago boasts of a lone high dayman who holds up poople on tha streets in broad daylight and relives them of their surplus cash watches etc He even has the au dacity to rob policemen Chicago is not to be ontdue when it comes to sensations wm Mii Fostke the great weather propjief tells people fhat the moon was once one of those erratic bodies known as cojnets but yielded ti the earths attraction and eon cuded to stay with us Perhaps early habits may explain why she jijsp changeable There seems little doubt that the groat statesman James G Blaine is on hi deathbed and perhaps ore this is read he will hye answere...

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. — 22 December 1892

t ti i > 1 a i a t A T > > to Cfnilg pld FIRST OFALL TQBKEWS Correspondence solicited on all matters oflocal Interest or of interest to the psopleof Southwest Texas feach communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for publication un oss so directed but as a guarantee < of goodfaith tnd when bjr request fictitious signatures appear 4 o Buch communications the right is reserved to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure Subsaribers who do notrcceivo their papers reg ajarly are specially requested to notify this office by letter or in person Any such complaints will receive prompt attention and insure better service thereafter The grip is still on the warpath See statement of First National ibank Dr G S Smith of Santa Maria 3s in town Mr Jose Lcmgoria from Santa Maria is in town Collector R B Rentfiro went to Point Iiabel this morning The grip has gotten a hold on the family ot Mr Joe Celaja1 Mr Geo B ruley proprieto...

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. — 22 December 1892

r f How Sullivan Compose SInslo Sir Arthur Sullivan tho composer was recently asked where he was ajjlo to compose best and under what cir punistances his ideas flowed most freely He replied that there was no place in which he had so many inspirations as in a railway carriage TJjere is some thing in the rapidity of the motion in the clanging of the iron and in the whir ring of the wheels which seems fp ex cite his imagination and supplies mater rial for a host of harmonies Loudon Star To predict a Storm By placing two iron bars at seven pr eight yards distance from each other and putting them in communication pn one side by an insulated wire and on the pther sidewith a telephone itis said tluifc a storm can be predicted twelve jStirS ahead through a certain dead souud heard in the receiver t = Philadelphia Ledger Universality of the Sign Language H is u fact worth noting that the signs psed by the Indians of North America are identical in may instances with those employed by the deaf...

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. — 23 December 1892

1 0 i t f if M 3k mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm V VOL 1 an JZH doODEICH OAEDS 1 BROWNSVILLE > f i x n FIRST rati i P A TTO RNE YSATL A W DEALERS IN EEAI ESTATE Complete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept In The Office TNO I KLEIBER A TEX ATTORNEYATLAW Office over First National Bank Brownsville Texas i Will practice in any of the court of th State when specially employed H MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Coiner Levee and Elev enth Street BfcfOWWSVILLE TEXAS S TI1UIIM0N D ATTORNEY AT LAVY and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS B MosBoa A Q SisaxE MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law RIO GRANDECITY TEX ay oOFo BROWNS YILLE TEXAS CAPITAL 50 30 G M Raphael Wm Kelly President YicePres J D Anderson Cashier Directors v G M Raohael Wm Kelly Robert Dalzell M B Kingsbnrv Emile Ivieiber J D Anderson Collections on all points promptly made and remitted JBills of exchange drawndirect on all principal cities throughoutlne worifl DIRECTORY Distuict Officers District Judse John 0 Russell District Attorney John IKleiber D...

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. — 23 December 1892

ffc < J aww nn i P W BWWUPI THE 3BAILY H RA B ssq Siflt r JSSUED EVEHY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the Poctotuce Browns vUelTexas as secondclass matter 4 FBIDAX DECEMBER 23 1892 VVnEfir it comes to giving the news the Houston Po t is always up with the times France is not to be outstripped by America That country can boast of a womans rights party The Christmas numbers of the griatwuagasfnes teemwith Christ mas atoiies and advertisements The San Antonio Express issued its holiday edition on the 18th in fitant jjistmo week bofora Christ inas It is now said that Mr Cleveland has undergone a complete change ot lieart and wjll lake much pleasure jn tumbling the rascals out The mau who vill least regiet the death of James G Blaine ibthe one who Juis t > e great mans biog raphy all teudy for the press with the exception of a few final touches The Texas press i6 almost nnani jnous in bousting Pave Culber son for the cnbinet If Mr Cleve land wants the best legal talent to be had he n...

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 December 1892

m fe V lo ife r s Ity a rt gV w to < HiIg lpM FIRST OF ALL THE NEWS Correspondence solicited on aU matters of local Interest ar f interest to the people of Southwest Texas Each communication waai be accompanied by the name of its auior not for jmblication unl ess so directed but as a guarantee of good faith andwhen by request fictitious signatures appear to such communications the righjt is reserved to disclose the naine of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure 8ub3 nbera who do not receive their papers reg ularly are specially requested to notify this offlco by letter or in person Any such complaints will receive prompt attention and insure better sorrica thereafter LITILE LOCALS It boometh The railroad project Pickles in kegs at Barrediifi Tire crackers at Barredas Spaniel olives in kegs at Barre das A fresh lot of com beef at Bar redas Hot spiced rum at Mike Leahys saloon The weather still continues damp and grippy Barreda has 200 varieties of fancy candies W...

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 December 1892

kf i f Sp a scotch a rHOjj The triuihpbaut murderers took to their boats and sailed awayagain leaving their dead unburied as they lay They never were buried through all the long years The little island where such atrocities were committed was ac cursed haunted by spirits of those who had met their horrible fate there It was also claimed by the fishermen of the other islands that whenever the happened to pass that way in the night low wailings were distinctly heard sharp piercing shrieks aud that ghastly skeletons were seen walking oh the beach und the place was avoided as a pest hole After many generations these superstitious notions died out Now the island in inhabited again but the dread ful legend sticks to it and it is said that many a human bone is dug up by the small gardeners St Louis PostDia Datch MERCILESS WARFARE OF ONE Or THE OLD SCOTTISH CLANS A Terriblo Story of the Frightful Destruc tion of a Whole Eaco tho Inhabitant of Ono Island Even Today tlio Spot Iaj Said to Bo H...

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