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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 31 January 1893

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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. — 31 January 1893

if it 1 J > r K WR ssti jBffVJSD STBET BAT EXCEPT SU2JDAY JEntared at tha Pqst office Erowns villa Txas as s8condclasamatter EUESpAY JAWARX 311893 U to Laredo BWMWff Gbt a Brownsville and Laredo o ove on 70a + Yictoeia js baring lively times jyrince tbeadyont of that bright lit V itle daily LbhtSvjII cofnc early this year sh Wednesday falling o ri Tob bhocbAtic senator from Kan uaw n a ° Rut t ve state a Lesee on lifer 11 43 < CALiFOKitiAliaB abolTsucd its rail way commission Texas would do well to profit by tbe example THKmot iiguts Ju l ituday tbe second tirac tins month Dont follow tbo old lady a wicked exam pie Ko OSeQ aud tbo luwerhouso of tKo twentythird T L don t be long o tbo mutual admiration ao cioty any rngre Z The year is one nouth old to day Remember there aye only Eleven mouths left in which to build tbat railroad iwnn mi ip Laeedo 2m7 It We have received a calendar issued by fbo Houston Post which is one ot tbe handaom est wo bavo seen Thanks for tbe the remembr...

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. — 31 January 1893

NSi 6 m M x w k THE f DAILY HERALD FIRST OF AJLL TBJE NEWS Ofioe pa 13t Street Between EHzalath and ievea Streat BROTOSVILLE TEXAS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year S1000 six months 550 three 3 ° ° one 100 ADVERTISING KATES Spaeo advertisements One dollar per inch first Insertion 60cent8 per Inch each BUbBoyiont lnaer tlom Special rates given on monthly quarterly semi yearly and yearly contracts Local advertifiements Ten ccuti perline first in sertion six cents per line each subsequently lnser tion Morthly without change three cents per line each insertion Correspondence solicited on all matters of local in Merest or of interest to the people of southwest Tex pa Bach communication mast bo accompanied by the name of its author not for publication unless jo directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to each communications the right is reserved to dia close the name of the writ...

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. — 31 January 1893

u > i Just insftfc the shelter of Vie trees J found Alan BrcckbUmding withafishttiyrod The nest day Mr Henderland found for me a man who had a boat of bis own and was to cross the Linnhe loch that afternoon into Appin fishing Him ho prevailed on to take me for ho was ono of his flock and in this way I sayjed a long days travel and the price of tho l wo public ferries I must otherwise have passed It was near noon beforewe set out a dark day with clouds and the sun shin ingjppon littlo patches The Eea was lero verjt deep and still and had scarce a wave upon itso that I must pot the water to my lips before 1 could believe it to bo truly salt A little after wo had started tho sun phone upon a littlo moving clump of scarlet close in along the waterside to the north It was much of the same red lis soldiers coats every now and lh n too there came little sparks and light nings as though the sun had struck upen T bright steel i asked my hoatmanwhat it should bo and he answered ho aupposed...

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. — 1 February 1893

h 4T m 1 e < S e < 4 yoi 1 n ccdzick 3 ET V1W OAEDS BROOKS jj f AND BUILDER Agsat tqr The Jsb L Haven Cos latent Safety Elevator Com pany Cincinnati Ohio 0 ICE > Csrncr of Jefferson ond13tUSlreet prpwasvHlo fy rJH a e itisu ri OODBICiriMAEIS for ATTQKNE YSMTL A W UBALESS J3T SBAI ESTATE CJonplete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept In The Office EROWNSYILLE sTEX mokroe bter e r Attorneys at Law SIOGSANDE CITY fc TEX NO I ELEIBER k TTORNE Y ATI AW jQSse ever jfirst Katioaal Bank jfrtwnTiHft Texas if t T7iU prftiss in nnr of tho sosrts of lk Stalo riiea specially A STilEnUlGND Arras ket at law f j Rcd 6oariltLat Agent j ICT rilA TESAS fl MA80 > f r AT70KKEY AT LAW Qy9k 0rBar I yea andEqv fists Street BROW NS YILLE rjSX lS Vt 1ST illGii I486 > I o OF r SSOW2SSTJLLE TEXAS g50 < HH 8 H KArHAWi Wm Kkllt President YieePrea J D Axdewsojt Cashier THE CITY MAHSET Tlie Prices of Yarious Articles Sold at That Place Below we give prices of various arti cles on sals daily in the Bro...

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. — 1 February 1893

h K R it H < V < V w y Vv iX v HS AttY H3SEAI5 JBSFJBD STfSY AT EXCEPT STODAX JJatered at the PostofSce Browns ville Texas assecpndclass matter 1 fcl w EDNESBAYTEBRUARY J1893 What would Europs ba without lier war clondj V 11 Fabt friends have caused the dotruiall of many a yonng man It is dangerous these days for a jnan to put his hand to his hip pock Mb Wahamakbr at Jeast deserves Jho gratitude of tho joking journal lit The Columbian stamp has pro yided material for a million fanny paragraphs Govbmjor Hogg has again de clared that ho Trill veto tho bill making an appropriation for tho worlds fair The goyernor certain j clings firmly to his convictions When lie ones makes up his mind all the kings horses and all the kings men cant more him Hawaii has tumbled Queen Lil from her throne and is now knock jng at tho door of the United States and asking to be one of u b Tlie revolution was yerysugden and was caused by a refusal Jo allow foreigu ors to vote Queen U w too slow She sho...

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. — 1 February 1893

U < L mM v y f FIRST OPALL THLENEWS OEca onl3Ui Street Setween Blizabetli and 0768 Street BROWNSVILLE TgXAS TER3ISOF SUJJSCE1PTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city One jcopy one year S10Q0 six months 550 three 300 one f 100 ADVERTISING RATES Bpaca advertisements One dollar por Inch flrft Jneertion 50 cents per Jnchpch subsequent inflex ion Special rates given on monthly quarterly jseml yearly and yearly contracts I > cal advertisements Ian cent per Hue rst In sertion six cents per line each subsequently inser tion Monthly without change throo cento per line each insertion Correspondence solicited on til matters of local to terost or of interest to the pooplo of southwest Tex as Each communication roust be accompanied by jthe name of its authornot for publicatioJ unless jo directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to noncommunications the right sreserved to dia jclose the name of the writer should o necessi...

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. — 1 February 1893

8M M Effi CHAPTER rnx 2 TALK WITH ALAN IS THE WOOD OF LET TERjIOKE 7 tthnfc God or thatl cried 1 Alan was tbe first to come around Jle rose went to tho border of tho wood peered out a little and tiien returned and sat down Well said he yon wasahot burst 4 David I said nothing nor as much as lifted my face I had seen murder done and a great ruddy jovial gentleman struck out of life in a moment Tho pity of that sight was still sore within me and yel that was but a part of my concern Here was murder done upon tho man Alan hated Here wag Alaa skulking in tho trees and running from tho troops and whether his was the hand that iired or only the head that ordered signified but little By ray way of it my only friend in tlmt wild country was blood guilty ii the first degree I heldhim in horror I could not lock upon his face I would have rather lain alone in the rain on my cold i Io thaix in that warm wood beside a murderer Are ye still wesriod he asked again 2o said 1 rstill with my face in ...

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. — 2 February 1893

IQ < > 7 V VOL 1 a J CARDS B X CtasxKO 1ST Will B = NO J KLEIBER P 2 w V 1 TEX AG T32XS MOSROE STERNE Atteraejs at Law 10 GEANDK CITY TEX ATTORNEYATLAW OSi 0 over First National Bank Brewnsvillo Texas Will pratiee ia amy of the o rtg f ta StaU when specially oapleyed J 4 8 THURMOND ArrOBUET AT LAW as a Saa ral land Agent icT rtu TEXAS H MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW Owfxm Cera Leva d Elev eath Street J3R0WNSYILLE TEXAS l o of BSOWNfiTILLE TEXAS 50000 1 M JtArBAM Wit EKLLT President > YieePres J D Asdhmox Cashier g W BROOEfS AND BUILDER Agent tor The Ja L Haven Gos Patens Safety Elevator Coin at paay Cincinnati Ohio OFFICE c Corner of Jefierien and 13th Street Brownsville Texas THE CITY MARKET The Prices of Various Articles Sold at That Place Below we give prices of various arti cles on sale daily in the Brownsville City Market The articles mentioned are all home products raised by the people of the surrounding country The prices given aro in Mexican coin which at the present time i...

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. — 2 February 1893

i 8THHS B AY HBELB esse fieeler JSSBED EVERY DAT EXCEPT ST7KDAY Entered at the Jostoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter ITHUitSDAX FEBRUARY 2rIS33 t BpwWff i 1 vU it i i iJi gBBTOW F It is thought that Secretary Tracy will be appointed as Lamars successor Thb opinion that Buck Kilgore phould be exiled to Mexico seems to be general CAHEsoircauHTX 6floil will never require fertilizing It is the rich est in the world If man wants but little here bo Iotv then what nils tho twenty third Texa legislature When the tide of immigration is once started this way old Cam eron will set the pace for Texas vfCHP > jjLmm uwmr vx mwj Thb representatives of tho twon tythird no longur lift tlicir tune ful voices in the refrain Hes our Roger were his puts A listening world is impressive y informed that the president elect drinks beer inst like anv other mau Wo didnt suppose ho drank like a fiih The1 average country editor continues to shout hia frantic orders to the farmer ns to what to p...

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. — 2 February 1893

P 4 B 4 v s TOE DAILYHERALD J FIR8T OF ALL THE NEWS Office oa 13ta Strsat Between ElUatetk and Ijevee Street BROWXSYILLE TEXAS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to jany point in the city One copy one year S OOO six months 1550 three 300 one 100 ADVERTISING KATES Space advertisements One dollar per Inch first insertion 60 cents per inch each subsequent inser tion Special ratea gives on monthly quarterly emi yearly and yearly contracts Local advertisements Xen cento per line first in scrtion six cents per line each subsequently Inser tion 2Ionthly without change three cents per lino each insertion Correspondence solicited on all matters of local in terest or of interest to the pgople of southwest Tex as Each communication must bo accompanied by iho name of its author not for publication unless so directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear io euch communications the right is reserved to dis close the name of tho writer ...

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. — 2 February 1893

CBAPTEB XVHL THE HOCSB OF FCAD A lassie came out of the house carrying a bundle lfight fell vas we were walking and the clouds which had broken up in the afternoon settled in and thickened At last about half past ten of the clock we came to the top of a brae and saw lights below us It seemed a house door stood open and let out a beam of fire and candle light and all around the house and steading five or six persons were moving hurriedly about each car rying a lighted brand James must have tint hi3 wits eaid Alan If this was the soldiers Instead of you and me he would be in a bonny inessi But 1 dare say hell have a sen try on the road and he would ken well enough no soldiers wonld find the way that we came Hereupon be whistled three ime3 in a particular manner It was strange to gee how at the first sound of it all the moving torches came to a stand as if the bearers were affrighted and how at the third the bustle began again as before Having thus set folks minds at rest we came down ...

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. — 3 February 1893

f m tQ i 4 b 0L 1 r m < ygyrfi OAKDS g X asossKZ > 0F SO TKSTILLE i j TEXAS v i i m President VieePreB JT D AaDSMoy Cashier g Iff BROOKS A HIT T AND BUILDER Agent tor Tho Jafi L Haven Cos Patent Safety Elevator Com pauy Cincinnati Ohio 4 OFFICE Comer of Jefforsen and 13th Street Brownsville THE CITY 2IARKET Tiio Prices of Yarious Articles Sold at That Place Below we give price3 of various arti cles on sale daily in tho Brownsville City Market The articles mentioned are all home products raised by the people of the surrounding country The prices given are in Mexican coin which at the present time is vcy low one dollar in Mexican coinbeing worth about 65 cents in currency Prices are authoritative VEGETABLES Carrots 4 cents per pound Beets 2J cents per pound Cabbage 5 to 15 cents per head Baddishes 1 cent per dozen Fresh tomatoes 75 cent per bucket Lettuce 12 cents per dozen hoads Okra 62 cents per bucket Snap beans 62 cento per bucket Turnips 1 cents per pound Pumpkins 1 cent pe...

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. — 3 February 1893

PJJIDAY FEBRUARY 8 1893 Buck Ejlgobe will probably do some tall kicking if Mr Cleveland sits down on his Mexican ministry aspirations The Philadelphia Times remarks Time is generally represented at oarrying a cythe This will proba bly be kept up till it is no mower He Cleveland is much praised for attending the iuneral of the late ex President Hayes The preai dent olect is noted for bin fine senso of honor and duty Me Blaine i said to have left his eRtiro fortune to Mrs Blaine making her solo executrix without bond Men rarely display snub implicit confidence in their wires QubenLilioukalan J should have consulted some authority on con atitntious befo re attempting to manufacture one herselt The gov ernor of Texas could probablj have given bar tome valuable point ere JSholabd objects t any interior ence in the Hawaiian muddle on the part of the TJni ted States That country may dictate to its European neighbors but she will probably find tbat tho United States are just fts independent...

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. — 3 February 1893

to k W THE DAILY HERALD FIRST OF AL1 THE NEW5 OSes < m 13 Streat BetweenMxaMth aaa Iisveo Street BHOW TSYILLE TSXAS TEEJIS OP SUBSCS1PTIOK Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to tiny point in the city one year 1 SlgJQ One copy six months 00O u three 300 u one l00 ADVERTISING RATES dTertissmeiita One dollar per tech flat lnSn SO ntperlncUeach subsequent taser STspecWTntw given on monthly quarterly semiyearly and yearly contracts I calwlYertiseinentsr Ten cent per lino fire In ertion six cents er line each Eubseauently Inser tion Monthly without change three cents per too each Insertion of local In Correspondence flollcltod on all matters iereat or of Interest to the people of southwest Tex Each communication must be accompanied by a not for publication unless thename of its author of good faith and o directed but as z guarantee ten by request anonymous signatures appear touch to disclose is reserved uch communications theright should a necessity arise close the name of the writer for ...

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. — 3 February 1893

CHAPTER SIS FLIGHT CI TH HEAyilKU TH3 HOCKS So there toe stood side by side Sometimes we walked sometimes ran mdasit drew on to morning walked lever the less and rap tlw more Though upon its face that country appeared to be a desert yet there were bnts and honses of the people of which wo must have passed mora than twenty hidden in qniet places of the hills When we came to one of these Alan wonld leave me in the way and go himself and rap upon the side of the house and spoak awhile at the window w th some sleeper awakened This was to pass the news which in that country was so much of a duty that Alan must pause to attend to it even while fleeing for his life and so well attended to by others that in more than half of the honses whero we called they had heard already of the murder In the oftiers as well as J could make put standing back at a distance and bearinjr a straniro toujrne the news was roeslvod with moro of consternation than of surprise For all our hurry diy began to coma i...

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. — 4 February 1893

w i 5 4 f f Complete Abstacts of Cameron 4 s ryflrrfsvaw f OL 1 Tffg CARDS 0 H Hisxt pOODglGH MARIS ATTORNEYSATrLAvvV DBiXBJcaIK7aiX ESTATH County opt In he Office ROWNSiVILLE TEX i J MONROE STERNEr Attoraejs at Lw IGG A2 < DK IT TEX t TNO L EXEIBEg A TTORNEY AT LA W dSloa pvar irst National Bank JSrorrntviHs Texas If ill practice is any of tha a arts OJa Statp when specially cipl d v A S TIItJliMCrSI ArraE ET t vr aad Gsaeral Ltnci Agent ICTRU 1ST UHUL S fl J > TEXAS jo 4 hasoii I ATTORNEY AT LAW al 0 rn Levee and El ev eth Street WNSV1LLE TEXiS > of e > w2cstille texas s Kaphxe Wm Ejslly > President YiceXPres ST D Akdbusojt Cashier W BROOKS JTD BUILDER i t tor Tho Jas L Haven CVs tent Safety Elevator Com iy Cincinnati Ohio Yitle Corner of J ff rMn and 1S Street THE CITY MARKET The Prices of Yarious Articles Sold at That Place Below we give prices of various arti cles on sale daily in the Brownsville City Market The articles mentioned aro all home products raised by ...

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. — 4 February 1893

fc > A lii if se T3LY HSAB JBSffJSD EYES AT ESCEPT STJ J > AYr 2nt red t the Poptogce Browns ville Texas as aecqndclass matter ATUBPAT FEBRUARY 4 1893 Give a newspaper interviewer an inch and he will make s half eol Vinn Corpus Cheisti Calls No man is anxiops to collect the wages pf sin S Bills and petitions world with put end continue to pour into the legislature Onb month from today Cleye land will bo inaugurated president or the second time Ahbbioa should hare a care lest jjhe like France should become en gulfed Jn a canal scheme Consideeing tha amount of love that is made it is strange that the real article is not to be bought Gladstokis still continues to in troduce his home rule bill it is to be hoped the English may become will acquainted with it i time The president of the new IJawii an government boasts of the eup honic name of Dole Tw a Dole Jul day for Qaomi Lil wheu he was elected Whbjj the United States hayo annexed Hawaii Quseu X il can join the statesman out of ...

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. — 4 February 1893

t 1 > a fc I i II T5E DAILY HERALD XR8T OF ALL TaE NEWS Ofioo on 13 Street Between Hissfatti and ItST6e Street BROWJtfSYILEE TEXAS TEEMS < > F SIJBSCE1PTIOXJ Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city f 1000 One copy one year six three one 300 100 ADVERTISING RATES SpscoadTCTtiswncata Ona dollar per inch fir Inch each TODaeqneat laser Insertion 50 cents per Hon Special rajen given on monthly quarterly 4oml yearly and yearly contracts Iacal adTeAsemenU Ten cents per line first In line each subsequently insertion jiertlon six cents per tion Monthly without change three cents per Jlne each Insertion Correspondence solicited on all matters of local In Merest or of Interest to the people of southwest Tex m Each communlcatlsn must be accompanied by ihenamo of its author not for publication unless of good faith and o directed but as a guarantee hen by request anonymous signatures appear to iuchcommunlcations the right is reserved to dis writer should a necessity aris...

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. — 4 February 1893

CHAPTER XX THE FUQHT KJ THE HEATHER THE HEUGH OP CORKYNAKIEGH Early as day comes in the beginning of July it was Btill darkjrhen wereached our destination a cleft in the head of a yr t mountain with a water running through the midst and upon the one hand a shallow cave in a rock Birches grew there in a thin pretty wood which little farther on was changed into a wood of pines The burn was full of trout iha wood of cushat doves on the cpeumg side of the mountain beyond whrups would be always whistling and euckuos werp plentiful Frpm the mouth f the Mt wo looked down upon a part at M e nd on the sea och that di vides vt country from Apnin and this f roxn so great a height as made it my c tinnal wonder and pleasure to sit esA behold them The name of the cleft was thoBeugh Corrynakiegh and although from its height and being so near upon the se3 it was often beset with clouds yet it was pn the whole a pleasant place and the five days we lived in it went happily We slept in the cave making...

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