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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 July 1892

VOL 1 jAei re censed of IBelng Ac i cesorcs to lic JIurder Of the Pinker Ions Homestead Pa July 18 There seems to be ibuudution for ie rumor that men are coming irom England to work here The operatives believe there is and are indulging in considerable specula u on over the mutter and gravely discussing measures to be taken when the Englishmen arrive The mass meeting at Duquesne yestor dny was satisfactory to the men liere who did not expect other ac tioiij as the Dnqueatie men have I not recovered from their serious defeat The Homesteaders are es peeially pleased with the resolution pledging the Duquesne steel work ilMt their plant should not go to Homestead even if ordered The situation here is uncharged jnd there are no signs of the mill resuming work lnjt there is in musing bitterness of feeling be- tween tiie troops and the people Jeering lemnrk aru c nnmon now its the trends march by whilst Avheu thev first came uotbing but omnltmwito jveru heard This < lowit DKissHrily mea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 July 1892

ff i Aransas Pass Beacon Do not worrv Brother Beak you will not be called on to attend hw Helps funeral It will uofc be many months before evcrj issue f this cholera aiGJbue chect will fttiawlyzzer The Aransas Pass Beacon is in tronbl ° It says A haw sand vch is missing from the Beak sane and the broom secretary is downhearted Tun worirt wnl eonie to an end April 11 1901 so says a revet and gentleman at Caldwell Texas lie propecies the rebuilding of the temple at Jerusalem iu ISlH and the next lvg war in 1S96 If Il > ir an uoike a wiser choice of nilioud euuitnissiuners than the people and if this is the chief end f our State gpvernineu then we dont know but what it might he best if he succeeds Brownsville herald But what right has Governor Hogg or anybody else to suppose that he can do this Houston Post CAitrtEGiE the iron king has been given the freedom of Aberdeen Scotland because Iiaving inpre money than he knows wlmn to do with he presented 5000 to its library This is the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 July 1892

4 Due lotmh Clerk JosephWebb Hheriff S A JSrito Tnasiirer CVlcdnn n Garzn Avsssrr Oorgo Champion toltdor James A Browne Surveyor John S 11 < rd TQ fJ OW TES BOJlRB VQVJllAZATlOJr 0rw dou3r per inch > 1 he commissioners court met as a ments 8r C rUon so cts p inch each subgequent board of equalization on the 11 inst b on monthly qvw rfon Special rate given anj j g been m aesion eyer sjnc re < 1 ye9rly TOC jr wffiireariyap i vising and equalizing the Assessment injertion tttKu fne same court will hold a regular session on the second Monday in Aug J ° oflocal solicited on all aatterfl w loner when important ineHSuies will likely the of S9uthwoit PISt io acconpanicd be discussed prominent them for Rockport with a load or musjbo among turtle lor packing at Jnuton No new arriyuls Sehwoner Etn ma Thornton is expected daily fnm Lake diaries with a carj o of lumber Ca > t Cumminga returned frim your city this morning He gives a pieiic at Brazos tomorrow and Saturday 1 have been e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 22 July 1892

kMCSKSKn w pjonsorii iiii2G2iipm Twelve members of the enate mve been governors ot states and Jive hape been cabinet officers John Thenniel the noted English cartoonist recently completed an- other iecade in the service of punch Nr Oarnegie is preparing to learn more about triumphant democracy than he everbegan to dream about vheu be wrote his book Senator Hale of Maine and others haye recently bought on speculation a large tract of hemlock pnd spruce Und neai Pa sadumkeog Penobscot county In an oration he delivered at the Dartmouth commencement profes- sor Everett dwelt on the great sons of the college and named them as Webster Choate and George Fred Williams After the notification holiness is over in Kew York Expresident Cleveland proposes to go a fhhing in phe Adirondack regions with H L Hoyt who is said to be as expert an angler as Grover himself Mrs Oborne a widow has clenred 5000 to 6000 a year from her ranch near Salt Luke City She raises vegetables Lately phe added a chicken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 23 July 1892

> r M vx roL l i vJifc Sfcv < Jjp rvi t7 zi iLICE MITCHELLS IE is jo her mm w 11 WffiSS 4ge Trtlimony of Her Father TeniUP the Theory of Her- editary Insanity Memphis Tenn July 19 The CaEeor Alice Mitchell charged in connection with Lillie Johnson with the murder of reda Ward on the 25th of Jan nary last came up in the criminal unrt yesterday morning in the shape of an inquiai tion of lunacy ordered at the iu itHnce of Miss Mitchells coimsel Notwithstanding the universal in teiest taken in the case therewas only a fjiirsizod crowd in thecourt joom when it was called the gener- al impression behtg that rhe pco ceedings would be too ful of tech nical matter to aiiit the average tote Promptly at the appointed hour the defendant appeared finder sheriff oud ao charge of a deputy companied by her white h ired Mather and two bn hers The first witness called w as U < bert Mitchell the father wf Jblie accused Jrle testified at length concerning Jier parentage ami charaeter from tari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 23 July 1892

lift r r S HE BAILY HBHALB 1s Be ksville Hkkalp ihiiks T that Brownsville will Imve to r look towards some other city than fFIRST OF 4 1 TilE jyj2VS J edo or rHilroad out e No city E IW ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE Q tfHEELEB Editoj aad Pfop Entered at thoPoctofllco Browns yille Texas as jsecondclass iuatter 3 FATUBDAY July 23182 Some ofthe departments in the Homestead worts lmve been put in operation by new workmen Grape culture is becoming a profitable jndustiy in Webb county Why cannot Cameron follow suit r T tgugressioual emj fftfT jvbieh went to Homestead to inves- tigate the labor troubles say there hsbonnd to be jnoie bloodshed and plenty of it Laredo is lorgin ahetd The Kevs siys Thg water works plant in Larvdo is being ra- pidly pushed to completion and the News is informed that it will commence operation in a short lime Paller rite Waco Globe s inrd on Houston Jt says fho Jrijrgest melon ever heard of has made its appeajanie in Houston t8 weight is one hundred and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 23 July 1892

wtyr arise for such eiftdokure SCIiEBiUJtjE fc mr pft DEPARTURES AMD ARpijAlL8f OP jfAILS JDEPAKTtKK r DIliECTOBY PlSTUOT OFFIOKftS District Judjje John C Ttussell pNtiict Attorney v l iLTurn r District Clerk T > njs J owuhjki District court commences pi the p A Mijtiday in the iqquiIis of Ft b inl Septsiaber CouNvOynpiis Xounty Judge f C For to fouity A ijniey Agustin CM a ounti Cleric JosephAVeiib thtriir S A Urlto TrKisurcr T Celeifonio Uarzi Assesstr George Champion ulltcior JaniHs A Browne ir > yor John rf llord Injector < f Hides Casimiro Tauayo COMJIISSIOXEJiS Precinct Xo 1 Anionic Ynzque Precinct o2 Thomas Carson Precinct Xo 3 Tarciso Cantu Precinct2iTo 4 Pablo Verpjt Cotinty cQurt ineets tor i il criminal wdbrpbate business on the first Mon Jayin March June September and pecenibtr Ojty Officehs ilayor Thoujas Car > on Chief of Police James Jl Klharf T easurer Alfred Tnorihim Secretary M B Kingsbury Attorney Frank Feuille purveyor s r JJrocks Assessor and Collect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 23 July 1892

I hi ifoypi V B imnj jfc lial I The Scalp Lair The state hnts dejr tjti > d osotnp hing alongpitirarj ljyes riceiitiy aathe ae l r > maae l wiutvis > rnov j aw ing j MnlJ fyl K lps u certai detri ctive ani in ls She comptroller roceivt communica uine v ry pmrinal tions > The folio wjngs u BRecnuen N or from the AtaetiniEvexing > v3 February 24 Forks of the Creek Tex Kerni McCall Comptroller of Skelps Djjab Mack jLfceie wjth send yqjiaVtateinent of anenul sjewn I nje if yon sendpie the muiey or same yon will njqre en pbleq a viend MigUti ip onlen ameruition rfrwit t kpn skelp 2 cents a fdiiz1 ttt8 Sdaa thfi devil rt f XLnblr wnlfa vhoi > pert5 8209 jac rabbtjsat l per duz l Alexiken lion skelg a nd puije ny49g do gq mJ de J jW reekkolfccd bnt alniud jedge s000or o at 30 cents perdnzzuii S 1 dazrand a half minx at liat Upw L ftile gV ruineat 3 dngpwopi j etiJejeatuirf 1 hewdc tn > yed jhese varments therjjjkejps and thur j rogeuee am neeJin thpcash J atn aThvuiter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 25 July 1892

C I tfOL 1 fU HOUHT 1 FK g OF THE WORST 0LGftS0ES III TIE WORLD the Mountain Sides anA Threatening Inhabitants t Its Base Catania July 11 The terror ot the people living in the vicinity of in JIuUiitEtna is increasing couse Iqnewce of renewed violence of the eroptioua from the different craters of the volcano and the prolonged jjiibterraneau rumblings more and irequent The poorer inhabitants ofNicolo8i who have beau driven frum their customary field work by theadvanoe of the lava are being supplied with free bread and soup The houses of the town were se verely ehakan laat night many windows being shattered The accounts telegraphed from Italy meagre as they are show hat the people dwelling arouud ahuut the volcano of Mount Etna we in the face of a calamity like that which befell the entire district in the year iuvhich the chaiued rjmt imprisoned in the famous vilcano last attempted to find re- lease and in his anger poured oat flood ol ire over the vineyards olive groves burying the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 25 July 1892

3feM i 5iT I H BAJLY r HJSRALB fFMST OPALL THE jyJ3WS > T JSSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSB 0 WHBELEB Editor and Prop Entered at the Poctofllce Browns 5r ille Texas jis secondclass matter = 3I02TPAT July 25 1892 The water works question is not dead but sleeping Brownsville is the most south- erly town m Texas but by no ineaus the hottest r The Iloggites conti ni ie to bolt but whet the convention meets they will get their last bolt It will be a thunderbolt and strike them speechless The San Antonio Express says no editor has any business to run for office Editor Qrice Ijas eyi dently no political itching lbr honors to be gained from the ballot box It requires a targe and enthus- iastic audience tq arouse elo gnence l o one can speak witn lire and eloquence to a small and lius nipathetic gathering Yorj can probably enjoy a hack ride for less cash in Brownsville than in any other town in the pin on For a real twelve cents Mexican money you can ride to any part of the city a J Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 25 July 1892

> lie 5 T SE S t z i y y cyv ADVERTISING JUTES advertisements Oa = doUar per inch JSLrtion so ctp p inch each Hubscqnent recovertd from his recent illness Wrficm S ratcs given on monthly quar L j iIr rj Mnria E retuned vesJ semlvearlyand yearly contracts < Z 7 Brazos j ocal advertisements ten cents per line first > r insertion jx tnta per lino each subsequent inser y6 local scribe of TffE Her UD C a H ore S1eaf the by t Point Isabel daily at r Mat micros Mexico 1130 a m DIRECTORY DISTRICT OFFICERS Mstrict Judge John C Russell fetriet Attorney I M Turn r strict Herk Louis Kowilski District court commences on the sud sea shore Mrs J D Anderson after u weeks stay at Point Isabel wvith her friend Mrs IT E Woodhouse arrived home last evening Our friendMr McGregor has a most solicited on aiiamattcrs ofiocai Mr and Mis Albert Browne Corrt3p0ndcnce were latere or of intvet to the people Of Southwest JimOJlg the many passengers frOlll communication must be accompanied mra Each j poi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 25 July 1892

II r JUNIUS tT HOMKSTthlO Hion ruAPPa July SU A secret conference was heid this f veiiiu between the governor of Pennsylvania the president of the Amalgamated association and chief > f tlie advisory committee of 5000 grriking employes of the Carnegie mills From almost every aspect the meeting of the trio was a re- markable one the results of which it is believed will tend to form a Jaud mark in industrial military and polie affairs of the state The ilace of meeting was directly un- der the battery of Gatling guns planted on Shanty hill and iitime diately in front of the main gate- way through the high board feueo and barb wire barrier inclosing the xaurvelous array of furnace r > lla snd smokestack known us Houie ateaa works Through the slats < > f the gate could be phunly seen the t pots where the workmen and the Piukerroua slaughtered each other It was in the house usually occu pied by official representatives of the Carnegiea iu Homestead but temporarily utilised as a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 26 July 1892

t V rv If ml i lie committee on education aud Hie anti option bill occupied eatti Dtion of the seriate the re- ader f the session and senators Jly liad an air of b > ing deeply ereflted in the subject ilr W hitesspeech Began yes wus litteiied to with dose sntioii although it covered six win fjie two days die occupied floor ill weBtover lie iT Jfcvw5S 5 j5Wf = ftrVi ulWd llSCilSS CSPITALAND U80E Tffi MED PROBUEftL Washington July 22 The re olutions ofcapital and labor were rongbt to the attention of the > nnte today in two speeches The Tit was made hy Peffer and based a resolution previously offered him instructing the judiciary jannittee to inquire into that sub tt and as to what legislation was ecessary to protect the rights of Lplojesto far rates of wages lie other speech was made by a ill nd wfos directed chiefly against lePinkerton detective force as an uothorizcd armed organization without ae nator ieor e s o speak to row in support f tin bill iu seiiHte pH sed without qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 26 July 1892

k t tVi ui > lA tFV wr V ii i vr v Trrft ir rv AA rr jtW HJ2E ALB JW r rc SH3 BAILY fJPPr Kmf f When a tire burns on the hearth kHTRST Of ALL TlLEflTEWS 3SCEU EVEIiV BAY EXCEPT StXIrAlT JESSE 0 WHSELE Editor and Prop Entered lit the Poctoflfre Browns Villa Texas as secondclass matter TtEDAY July 26 1802 Tire Rock Inland railroad will pe built into IWmp Our gallant Wlmllliiry carries everything before him The state hortieultiiral society met uZ Dallas on the 21 rh mst A 12 ybar old boy commits sui cide at Richardson by himself laimmjr Tine Jluuiiuo lieiiiici calls the pearl bulton factory at liekayille N V An especially protectee j > et A basebau uame wih pluyed bj ehetiie light at Houston on last 3nday night It was a pionoiinc id succescC R D Hart a clrmrrnier was found dead in his room atr a hotel in Dallas on the 22id inst lie is snpposed to have taken poison witli suicidal intent A young JJuboiui was lecently married to his own aunt in Day- ton Ohio The groom is aged 2d whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 26 July 1892

teff iv thereafter g t fe tr ADVERTISING RATES SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Postpaid 801 year i5toSh Wf VVfS H b qtiickly supplied J We hope this matter l k bepj a little overdrawn us it inust be for we canqot bplieye our good kind pHEI > U E OF DEPARTURES AMD ARRIVALS pf MAILS DEPAirrUKE For Alice Tcxi dailyVtr a mMu f if T iile 9fr J > o Point Isabel dailyat < Alat mioros Mexico 930 am V a Rio Grande Monl pearled citizens would allow such a thing to gp on in tljeirrnidst Without doing 8ornething4ovard City ii V1 u J j gw diiy Wed nnil F riilay Vit 0 aTm r oort oitnuafe people For Poiut ISHhel daily at 6 a iu r Matamoros iltxico Except Simr day at 9 30 a i ARRIVALS From Alice Texas daily at 10 p in Announcements will be published iu ne Hbuald nt the following nt s Oonnressioiml and s nairial S 5 Iteprcseutatiye and District 810 Countyofiieurs J5 For JDiSiricl ifiitmctj 9 Wk K to COM Jitiill llW s very > erious Th 4Vf nfd u assjpin had fre ilP yiiecnMn iMcfcu nfliec and was ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 26 July 1892

P his reputation as a statesman Wis pnqu ill tied and unequivocal oppo aition in office and out of office i season and ont of season to any aud every effort to foist a dishon- est standard of money upon the country has placed hiin beore the people as the foremost champion of an honest dollar whether or silver or paper Hfo strongly expressed repng Jiance to anything savoring of in- terference with the peopje of any State in their elections or in the exercise of fcjje elective franchise lias made him a strong favorite with llje patriotic and conservative business men of the country BY THE GREATEST MAJORITY yET For these reasons and the addi tional fact that he is lmpervions to personal flattery utterly incapable of playing the role of demagogue the great and controlling body of citizens who arc characterized as independents or mugwumps will take an active interestjn advocacy of the election of Grover Cleve- land and nowhere in the Nation are more earnest representatives of this classi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 July 1892

rjr f OL 1 E GREAT TEMPLE HALLS JK 4UHB muni Halts and Apartments ofjflar velousBeaitti Designed far the Excltisive Vsc of the Order rThc Grandest Structure in the City St > i i from the Chicago Herald w fVFancy enough material in one bmldin to construct a fairly sized pm it only by putting a few fnuts in a common cverydayway Ibefoie the public reducing tlfe whole to an easily coraprehensiGle illustration that the average m nd grasps tbe E tupend onsness of mod- ern archieycment hi the wayof architecture Fancy a steelcaMe stretched out a distance of sixteen mile picture a trout pond 240 by luO feet and 50 feet deep tilled to thfl briui hvitb water Imaginn a journey in one year equaling the distance around the earth nearly jive timet ponder on all that this means and then try if you can to realize that the graceful building at the corner of Randolph and Hate streets and known as the Masonic Temple embodies allthi 1 > iiritsun 11 rcty The steel cables used lit its four tern elev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 July 1892

I m m H BAILY HER ALB l y b k ijon J > B 7 r > > l Wells ot Brownsville the silver 22 of the Rio Grande VPIKST 91 ALL TriJS NEWS tongued orator t lli paid the Bee office si pleasant cal 1 ISSUED EyERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY jg ioorulljr Though hilt il TZ voting man Mr Wells id perhaps JESSE ft WHEELS Efoor and te know n t ban any man that Entered at the Poctofflce Brownstakes an interest in politics in yille Texas as secondclaSs matter Southwest Touts Foi the mt ten years he lias heeu a prominent i > i > hVnre in the state and district eon T volitions but with ajhuuipm iig mod The only trust to he tolerated i belisiS souht ty nev r i isthepubljc truscwliicha puWipp y0r ient attend to TVEDXESDAY July 27 1892 t t office iuvnlves It seems as if Oarneirie will win the day at Homestead Isountuon J < x > men are pouring in and some or SENTATOiri > E FKit is about right in his opposition to the antioptiou bill now before the senate but his ideas of the operation of facto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 July 1892

iJT t y ailg > l i ADVERTISING A ES- p ce advertisements One dollar per inch Jttowrtion50t8per inch eachauhseauent Ceruon sjeeUUratesgbron on montjjly uar jterij eaJye ryand yoar y contracts Ixal advertisements ten cents per line flraj Correspondence solicited on ainraatters of local Merest or of interest toifo people rof S uthyesjt frxu E communication uiUEt be accompanied ty the nana of its author not for publicatipy un less so directed but as a guarantee of good faith tsdwhenjjy request fictitious signatures appca toenchcommunjcatjonbjthc rjght is reserved tp duclow the name of the writer should a necessity e fcr roch disclosure Scbscribere who do not receive their papers reg Italy are gpeciallr requested to nafity this offlce ir letter or In person Anyfsuch complaints wili nccire prompt attention and insuro better eervice SUBSCRIPTION RATES One W Postpaid SH frxMcrifhs 50Q One Month > r DIRECTORY ISTRICT Officers District Jjidge John C RusseU pistrict Attorney P M burner D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 27 July 1892

I iff Salchihg Prairie Hogs flacky MountainXews f Living almost wholly on game as hey do ha Na VHJ09 cannot be pre yuiledup jo nsteieliher frsh oiv rabbit I htive known some very ludicrous things to happen when meanly mischievous American de luded jNavujos into eatinir either of jheae forbidden dishes and souie times there have been very seriou retrtiiation for the illmannered juke Babbits are wonderfully numerous in the J nvoj > country being molested only by feathered and fonrfboted enemies but the < Indian who would fight jto death suoner than touch adelicious ntbbit stew is greedily fond of the fat and querulous prairie dog That whole region abound in dog towns and they are frequently besieged by their ewnrthy foes A Navajo will stick a bit of mir- ror in the entrance of a burrow and lie behind the little mound all day if need be to secure the coveted prize When Mr Taisa ventures from his bedroom deep under- ground he sees a familiar image J5 < < i mockinghim at the ...

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