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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 December 1892

I v > < v V > L > V 4 It X u 4 8 II i lA ck VOL 1 2 H Goodeich i CARDS O ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent VUJOIiiA C H JtfABTCf YOODRICU MARIS ATTORNEYSATLiW DEALERS IN EEAL ESTATE Complete Abstacts of Cameron Comity KeptIn The Office BROWNSYILLE TEX NO I KLEIBER AT T ORN E Y ATL A W OSioo over Fiisi National Bank Brownsville Texas Wiil practice in any of the court of the State when specially employed MASON Y ATTORNEY AT LAW Ostic Conner Leree and Elev en tii Sireet BKOWSVILLE TEXiS S THURMOND TEXAS R lloasos A G Steske MONROE STERNE Attorneys at Law KIO GRANDE CITY TEX IBST iliL II o OF o JSROWNSVIJLLE CAPITAL M TEXAS < M Raphael Wit Kelly President YicePres J D Axperson Cashier Directors G M Raphael Wm Ke ly Robert DaUuli AT B Kingsburv Emile Klcibor J D Anderson Collections on all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange drawn direeS on all piincipal citic3 throughout the world SBUTHEH PACIFIC ATLANTIC SYSTEM Steamers rmike trips between Morgan Glt...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 December 1892

Y fl I 6r fH 5 AILY hehm JP Wnftt JSSSTED EVERT DAT EXpEPT SUNDAY Entered at the Postofiice Browns rille Texas as secondclass matter fitVTUmtAY BEGEMBEU 24 1892 Hamiiiwii iiiiiitnrir i am Slanijer js the weapon of the coward It is the Btiietto wjiich tho fitealthj foe plunges into the back of hjs enemy qnder cover of idyrkne6 Women are gradually crowdjpg into the learned profession A Kansas Cilj farming implement hpne yijli send out a young wo uian as a drummer next year This border WRit aie is u disgrace to both the United States and Mex ico The twq countries should send pnfficiont forces to the border and by inntual coroperatjon put an end fo it at once Is it a crime to misqnote i great author o long as the senEo of the quotation is understood Parrots might repeat a ine from the sweet swan of Avon bat it re quires intelligence to always grasp his meaning Tiip noble devotion of a woman through all trial is iliustiated by the poustancy of the wife of De Lesscps in spite of thp pharg...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 December 1892

m i i i 1 3 m f 8 j t p ktf i j rv A r < m nJB 1J JiUJ li lCWI to 4hiI k ilfrO f FIRST OF ALL TQLE1V WS Correspondence solicited onall matters oflocal tatere cr of interest to the people of Souiliwest Texas jgach communica on must be aocompanied by yie njuae of its author notfor rablication un csa bo directed but as a guarantee of good faith andirhcu by request fictitious signatures appear io such communications the rigbt is reserved to disclose the name of thoyriter should a necessity arise for such disclosure Bubsertbers who do not receive their papers regr nlarly are specially recreated to notify this office byletter or in person Any such complaints will Receive prompt attention and Insure better servic thereafter MTlLE I0CAIS A merry Christmas to all The Dessie is expected toddy ChrietmvB trees are all the rage There will be several small bailes given ia towntonight There is considerable petty steal jng going on in the city A Christmas tree at tho Episco pal church tonight ai...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 December 1892

f T s ww l < THE DEATH OF TOMMY Virginia Hospitality Conltl Kpt Ee Dig regarded Too Lightly The south has always been known or its hospitality and nowhere has this A Ball df Tire Makes a Viiit A very singular story is tyhl coucern jng the vagaries of one maps of globe 1ghtning A tailor in the Rue St Jacques in th > neighborhood of t ho Val de Grace waa getting his dinner one day during a thunderstorm when he heard a loud clap and soon he chimney board fell down and a globe of fjre as big as a child s head came out quietly and moved slowly about the room at a email height above tho iiocr The spec j tsre lyj silongside tator in conversation afterward with 11 Babbinct cf tho Academic des Sciences said it looked like a good sized kitten rolled up into a ball and moving without showing its paws It was bright and shining yet he feifc no tensation of beat The globe came near his feet but by moving them gently aside he avoided the contact After trying several excursions in dif ferent ...

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 December 1892

H Vv 1 > S i r M IK V 9 Xp I k t 2 ft tf ri r W r5 0 VOjll 22 n GoocaiCH VICTORIA i > j CARDS C H AUeic p OODRIQR MARIS ATTORNE YSATrL A W DEAEER8 IN REAL ESTATE qtnplete Abstaets of Cameron County Kept In The Office crownsville tex TNG I KLEIBER i el t ATTORNEYATL AW Oflice over Fiist National Bank Brownsville Texas 3 Will practice in any f tjn courts of tin State when specially employed Ill MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 Office Corner Levee and Elev A v l eiith Street BROWNSVILLE V TEX AS A On S TILURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land Agent TEXAS BMoxboh A G Stekxk MON ROE STERNE Attornejs at Law RIO GRANDE CITY TEX Ml NATIONAL 341 o OF o BltOWNSVTLLE 8 TEXAS CAPITAL 50000 G M Raphael Wm Kelly President YieePres J J > Andehson Cashier v Directors G M Rauhael Wm Kelly Robert DaUell M Bl KihgshurV Smile Klciber J D Anderson Oollections on all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on all piincipal cities throughoufthe wcrid 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. — 26 December 1892

i I 11 > v K THE BAILY H3BRALB Sw lRtoi ISSUED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered atthe Postoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter MONDAY DECEAIBEK 26 1892 Keep the ball rooling Bbownbvillb must and will have ft railroad Fbajtce is reported to be in a spasm over her big Panama scan dul English murderers as a rule ieem to choose women for their vie thus Houston is to have a big brewery established there Verily Heuston do mere Some of Larodos most prominent citizens are taking great interest in the railroad now under discussion here Cameuon county can ship wool liidis fine woods fish and oyester besides corn and cotton enough to pay a railroad if San Antonio has a uevr codes eompauy called the Pan Ameri can We hope the namo may not prove a serious handicap 35 Mb Caiopa chanccsof reelec tidn as speaker of the house seem good Wo ihould like to sea him defeated and Grain of Texas put in his place Mes Langtry the far famed Jersey Lily is seriously ill The probability seems to be ...

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 December 1892

r tj 4 K i > 1 4 > A H f he ailj gfatd FIRST OPALL THE NEWS Correspondence solicited on an matters of local Interest or of Interest to the people of Southwest Texas Each communication muct be accompanied by the name of Us author not for publication un cus so directed but as a guarantee of good faith Md when by request fictitious signatsrps appear o each communications the right is reserved to dlscloee the nume of the writer should a necessity arise for Euch disclosure SubSBribers who do notrecelro their papers reg ularly are specially requested to notify this office by letter or in person Any such complaints will receive prompt attention and insure better serrico thereafter LITTLE LOCALS A etrong northen blow up dur ing the night Miss Janet Houston will spend this week with friends in Matamor OS Christmas was rather a quiet day owing to its coming on Sun day The custom house is cloeed to day on account of Christmas holi day Mr JJX Anderson cashier of the First National bank wa...

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 December 1892

II If wm PIPiiP Igj wwup pwm p 7hy It SccmcdDari The fact that the kitchen door1 of the Collins cottage at Pleasant Harbor was painted Llack led to an incident that caused the Pleasant Harbor tovnspeo ple much amusement Miss Laura CoIt lins the elder of the two elderly w6men who lived in the cottage used to tell the story thus < < Hy sister Emmelino is what joti might call absentminded She gets her mind set on something and then she doesnt pay real strict attention to what shes doing One evening she came into tho kitchen where I was sitting and said Tin going down to tho corner to call on 3Irs Stone And I said I will go Its a pleasant evening for a walk moonlight and the stars are out I noticed that Emmoline had on her big sunbounet but I didnt say anything about iteverybody in the village was used to seeing her wear it in the evening and even on rainy days X went on sew ing and in a minute I heard Emmoline say Why it must have clouded tip suddenly There isnt a star to be seen...

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 December 1892

4 P V If r4 if j T T X 0L 1 1 Oab > s S THURMOND J ATTORNEY AT JLAVF and General Land Agent VICTORIA Attorneys at Law BIO GRANDE CITY infer rami m o OF o BROWNSVILLE TEXAS tffe 2L H GoODXtlCB 0 K JlAEIP GOOPRLI maris ATTORNEYSATLAW < DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Complete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept In The Office BROWNSVILLE J NO I KLEIBER w V TEX ATTORNEYATXAW Office over First National IBank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of the court of thf State wlieu specially employed H MASON i ATTORNEY AT LAW i Ojtice Corner Levee and EJev enth Street browssvillb pexas A TEXAS JX HOMO A G SlKMS MONROE STERNE TEX CAPITAL SSGtiOG G M IwAPIIAEL Wll KeLLY President VicePres J D Anderson Cashier Directors G M Raohael Wra Kelly V Robert DakelL M B Kingsbury Euiilc Kleiber J D Anderson i > Oollections on all points promptly made and emitted Bills of exchange drawndirect on all principal cities throughout4 the world V County Clerk Sheriff Treasurer Assessor Collector Surveyor b District...

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 December 1892

r I i 1 t jf v K u i i THE 3SAILY HERMB J ss W liir ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUXDAY Entered at the Postoffice TJrowns Yllle Texas as secondclass matter TUESDAY DECEMBER 271892 The railroad project groweth Congress had better legislate against rags as well as ragamuffins j IIIM l WUil l Beowusville needs no boom All she needs is an opportunity to expand VlcroRLifione and onlj follj her street railway was sold last Saturday u t j All that Cameron county nBsds are irrigation and a railroad Both are in sight JiL H i M hhmj Port Lavaoa ha drayman who boasts of iho name Briffbam Young Docs he hail from Utah There are plenty of euggestiona as to the beat method cf capturing tho Gaizaites All that remains is for some one to bell their It 13 reported that President Har rison will accept a profwsorship in a California university at the ex piration of his term of office What snail bo douo with the con viets is one of this most important queotions which will confront the coining session of the 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. — 27 December 1892

V i i m l K If > K T D L X 1 i A J Sto H 8 IpMj tflRST OP ALL THE NEWS Qerrespoogence solicited on all matters of local Interest or < interest to the people of Southwest Texas Each communication must be accompanied r the name of its author not for publication lin es so directed but as a guarantee of good faith 44V ndrhea by request fictitious signatures appear ft So 6uch communications the right is reserved to f disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure Subssribers who do not receive their papers reg ularly ere specially requeued to notify this office by letter or in person Any such complaints wiU recsivo prompt attention and insure better servica ihemftar LITTLE LOCALS A meeting of the Knights of Honor lodge tonight Mr Behj Kowalsld has mover his office into the Thielen building near Putegnata drugstore Thoro will be a ball given at the publio school building this even Mr J P Puteg nat is having some repairs dam on his residence on Washingto...

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 December 1892

t B ii < fc < v P SB j X TTi S B5 > v Tho Result of a Dream Before Watts the discoverer of tho present mode of making shot hal liia notable dream induced by overiadul gence in stimulants the manufacture in question was a slow laborious and con frequently costly process Great bars of lead had to be pounded into sheets of a thickness nearly equal to the diameter of the shots desired These sheets had then to be cut into little cubes placed in a revolving barrel and there rolled until by tho constant friction the edgei wore off from the little cubes and they became spheroids Watts had often racked his brain try ing to discover some better and lesi costly scheme but in vain Finally after spending an evening with some boon companions at an alehouse he went home went to bed and soon fel asleep His slumbers however vert disturbed by unwelcome dreams in one of which he was out with the boys and as they were stumbling home it be gan to rain shot beautiful globules ol polished shining...

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 December 1892

ll V P 64 1 T V T fg j L 0g l > CARDS Ji XL Goodbiok ridoDRieu maris XX ATTORNEYSATLAW O H Mas DEALERS IN REAL ESfATK Complete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept In The Office BROWNSVILLE J NO I KLEIBER TEX ATTORNEYATLAW Office over First National Bank Brownsville Texas Will practice in any of thf courts of th State whoa specially employed w if masoi ATTORNEY AT LAW OyyiCE Corner Levee and Elev enth Street BROWNSVILLE TEX45 A S THURMOND ATTORNEY AT LAW t and General Land Agent VICTORIA TEXAS JU XOXSM A 0 SXKMCB MONROE STEUNE Attorneys at Law i BIO GRANDE CITY TEX F IRST II1IIL BANK o OF o BROWNSVILLE CAPITAL TEXAS G M Raphael War Kelly President 7 icePres J D Anderson Cashier Directors G M Raphael Wm Kelly Robert Dakeli M B Kingsbury Euiilo Kleiber J D Anderson Collections on all points promptly made and remitted Bills of exchange drawn direct on all principal cities throughput the wx > rld 4 DIRECTORY District Officers District Jud e John C Russell District Attorney John LKkiber...

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. — 28 December 1892

r wi m f TW If f Pi in Ll s IK iL if i i4 fc agMIJH i 1 u i a am ii i i mmjm i nm m i i nm1 THE AitY HSMiB Jl JSSffED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Entered at the Postoffice Brownsr ville Texas as secondclass matter WEDNESDAY DEOEiJSEH 281892 Cholhea ja still prevailing in Hamburg Thb Panama canaille company has covered tyself withglory Whbkk dues the divine Henri Wattersoa coins in at the cabinet distribution Should the cause of rights ever be victorious doubtless Mrs Lease will be canonized as a martyr womans v Tpe iaiJjHites j have captured two United States deputy marshals Wonder what ihey aro going to do with tbein The New York World is now en gaged in serving tatty to ExSeua ti > r Ingalls Ib the Kansas stork on tha stool of repentauci Kansas has recently been aljjjeat entirely eovered with enow a foet deep but it hasnot served to cool lh patriotic uppiratiuus of Mrs Lease Me C KYii ANp ie likely to do prutty much as he pleases regardJRg the makeup of feia cabinet but it ought to...

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. — 28 December 1892

s sa h sfr m < r > > a ff V lc K < 5 I < o T suffered Blightly from the frost eight before last Mr Pliiiip Donglas was a pas senger on the steamship Clinton which sailed today Some of the back streets ot the city are anything but attractive owiag to their dirty condition Mr Frank More of Hidaljo After spending the holidays in our city returned home this morning Judge Thos Carson it niuch in terestedin the railroad project and jays weare going at it in the right wsy There wiU be as election of offi cilfor ensuing year by the Odd Fellows lodg At their meeting to aight Mr Albert Barton one of the aaading merchants ef Edinbnrg after a few days stay itr the city leftover the MM railroad this tnorning The steamship Clinton sailed from BrREos at 8 oclock this morn ing Fallowing is the list of her carge 38 bales hides 54 bales skins 11 bl s hair and 322 sacks bones We have c most ia terestiug cota munication from Mr Chris Millar the King of Tramps which was crowded out of tod...

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. — 28 December 1892

7 Is1 ttss r > > ft ft II r ex 1 if I A h Agog OTcr Hidden Treasure No little excitement has been occa Bioued near Waynetown by some mysteri oris excavations and the reported removal of buried treasure on the Brodericb farm several miles from that j > lace About forty years ago a band of robbers and counterfeiters headed by old Jason Spray caused a reign of terror in that section They were known to have cap tured and concealed large sums of money Finally the section arose inarms und wiped out the whole nest except a couple of the desperadoes named Wright and Uewman who escaped Search was inude for their ill gotton gain3 with out success and the robber band and its hidden treasure eventually became only gossip and tradition The old Spray cabin was a haunted place for many years but waa finally burned and for the last quarter of a century the very location has been lost sight of it merely being known that it once stood in one of the Brolerich fields Tho other morning the men ...

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. — 29 December 1892

< l I l tf t P > V J V v > t TOLL CARDS JE 2 Goaanicn C H Jixmt AXTORNE YS ATL A W DEALERS IN KEAL ESTATK Complete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept In The Office BROWNSVILLE TEX NO I KLEIBER J ATTORNEYATLAW Offiec over Ftist National BaiiIc 4 Brownsville Texas t Will practice in any f court oftipState when bpicially m ployed IL MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW OffickCoiner Levee and Elev eiith Street BROW NSViLLS TEXAS k S TQURMON i1 J ATTORNEY ATfcLAW and Genera Land Agent VICTOR 1A > TEXAS E Moanos A O Sterne MONROE STERNE r 1 Attorneys at Law RIO GRANDE CLTlr TEX OST iilKSt 941 TUT t liROWNsviLLE texas G M Raphael Wm Kei ly President YieePres > tJSiJD AndersonCashier PlttECTOi 8 G MvRaotiael W > Kelly EobirOTalAclI MiB Kingsbury Emile Kleiber J D Anderson THE BANNER COUNTY WHAT THE KING Of TRUMPS BUS TO SAY ABOUT CAMEROH COUNTY JFcrlite Salt Balmy Climate Varied Product ionsThe One Tiling JVeedftU is Rapid Trait sit to Make This Country a Jfew El Etorado SANTA MAUI A Texas ...

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. — 29 December 1892

7 s o J c x t p i 5 i ifc PTCPffw THB BAIOT HSHALB JW l > IS5BEO EVBKT DAT EXCEPT 6UNDAT Entered at the Postoffice Browns llle Texas as secondclass matter II I I HIM Mil I I I I I THUESPAX DECEMBER 29 1892 jlmiliiimili iiniiBiliiiiiii nun i i > Camebok county will have good iublic roads ore many moons wane Carbon county t ready to take liei place in the possession More on = Pboplb are now rcsoiying that on New Years day they will resblre to do belter When thin g < > wrung ia a printing office the ffdevil is turned loose sometimes Gabza s niuii have had their Christinas frolic and should be con tjnt for a reason Tub Galveston Now mournful y inquires Shall wu ever see the dny when hard immnv will be easy M tOgJUTl One great tauit with The Hks ali 16 that it is extremely youBg but it ia outgrowing tiiat detect ovary day Tnoss western counties for whose special benefit the jack rabbit law was passed arc raising a howl sgninot it i 1M CHEiflfMAd fireworks in the Alamo City mu...

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. — 29 December 1892

f 8 Ot if 4 VSV Hf 1 I 1 r Vtr y Wte H ail > gpli JTXRST OP ALL THE NEWS rregpoErtlenco solicited on all matters of local Interest or ot interest io the people < of Southwest JiiXMa lEach commuojetlon must bejiceompanlcd by the name ofiUaut or n otfor publication un h co directed but as a guarsntea of good faith sndwhcnby request fictitious signatures ap6sr A such communleatScns tho right s reserved to iisclose the namo of tbo writer should a necessity riie for socji disclosure Bubisribewwho do notrocelvo their papers reg ularly ara specially requested to notify this office y letter or in perspn My s ch complaints will racaiTsprompt attention end Insure better Bcrjlco th reafU JJTTLE LOCALS This wind Jb rather disagreeable Mr J D Anderson is still quite flick i Mc E B Raymond of El Sa z 4s io the city A meeting at the opera house to night Dont fdrgst it Remember Thb Herald is obIj < okb dollar per month Mexican < cain Hon Win J Russell legislature elect expects to leave ...

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. — 29 December 1892

V 1 J 111 i 9 V if1 1 1 1 Carson Istin GJ iya Joseph Webb S C Forto Celedonio Garza George Champion James A Browne Mantin Hanson stor of Hicles Casimiro Tauiayo Commissioners recmct No 1 Antonio Vazquez recincfc Xo 2 Emlle Kfeiber Precinct No 8 Fruutoso Carcia Precinct No 4 Pablo Perez County court meets for civil criminal andbrobate business on the first Mon day in March June September and December City Officeus Jfeyor Thomas Carson Chief of Police James H Ivlhan lieasnrer Alfred Tuornham Secretury M B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Fcuille Surveyor S W JJrooks Assessor and Collector J A Michel 1 H2 sJ SCUEIfUJLE OF DEPABTGRES AMD ARRIVALS OP a AIL3 DEVAltTORE For Alice Texas daily a m ltio Grande City Mon day Wed and Friday at 6 a m For Point Isabel daily at 9 a m Matamoros Mexico Except Sun day atJ30 a m ARRIVALS From Alice Texas dally at 10 p m Kio Grande TrlWeekly at 7 pm Point Isabel daily at8 pm Matamoros Mexico 930 a m P W SEABUlii Attorkht at LawandKotrt Public Office on Levee St...

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