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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 February 1893

I I W i < W W V V WOL 1 t OAEDS a Si 6e J sx p OOD ICH MAlftS ATTQRNEYSATLAW BROW2syiLLEY C n liira DB1XXK3 DT SEAL ESTAT3 v > iGoE3plete Abstacts of Cameron County Kept InTjieOfficc > jt > TEX Stbwk vg v 3 Hears HOSROE STERNE Atterscys at Law IOGRANDE CIT TEX TNO L KLEIBEG V > ATTOBNETATLAW ffirttitatioW Bank QfiJao x > T r Bronnaville Texas Will practise in aqy of tho poartc f tfep State when fecial IV A S TliUliKOND A jOBina TA5LA v aa GUasral Laud Ageni tojtgiua TESTAS TT fi KASOi JLTTOliM EY AT LAW pmssS Ooraw Leve < and Ejev atk Street B50 wife Y1LLE TEXAS U1UL MM > OTer paOW SHLLB TEXAS M JiAPHJLEL WU KeLIT President YieeEres D AsDBftSosr Cashier jg TT BROOKS ASD guilder Agent tor The Jas L fiavon Cos FaUni Safety Elevator Com- pany Cnieiranati Ohio OOTCE i rCerner of eflersen and 13tb Street Brpw syille c THE CITI MARKET The Prices of Tarious Articles i ou at Tliat Place v Below we give prices of various arti- cles on sale daily in the Brownsville Cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 February 1893

i 4 > jnpmg IT S5 tSBfa r TOOK AXXY H2SBLB 3SED EV2ET DAY KXCSPT SlffKDAY 2ntere at the PoetofHce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter MONDAY FEBRUARY 6 1893 POMBTEING 2TSW TFXDER THE SUX That board of pardons idea rliieh has bcon bo unexpectedly sprung on the people ejionld he treated with the utmost care and cc liberation It is something entirely new to Tarns and no innovation should be made without due censid oration In our opinion the gevern or himself in recommending it pat the stamp f the impossible upon it by declaring that a board of pardons would ba nnconstitntion al as the absolute right of pardon is vested in the governor alone His suggestion that it be a board of ad risers appointed by himself upon whose recommendation he would pot hesitate to act seems to us a most absurd idea The pardon would be virtually granted by the advisors The mere facts of the governor affixing his signature with put any knowledge of the facts is surely not what was intended by the consti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 February 1893

Tt i v foS f f > fc It m II J U p u i THE DAILY r HERALD FIRST OF ALL THE NEWS OiEoe on 13 Street Between Eliiab th asd 2 8ve9 Street BROWiNSYILLE TEXAS TERilSOF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail < or carrier to any point In the city One copy one year S1000 u six montUa 550 u three 300 u one 100 ADVERTISING RATES Bf adrertlsenieiits One dollar per Inch first Insertion 60 cents rer Inch each subsequent Inser- tion Special rates given on monthly quarterly smi yearly and yearly contracts Local adTertisements Ten cents perlino first In aertion six cents per lino each subsequently insert on Monthly rithout change Ihree cents per line each insertion Correspondence solicited on nil mattersof local In- terest or ox Interest to the people of southwest Tex cd Each communication must bo accompanied by hename of iuauthor not for publication unless o directed but s a guarantee of good faith and signatures appear to whenby request anonymous such communications the right Is reserved to dls j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 6 February 1893

J EW Bjfc 1 w V i > Three or four ragged men leaped cniU More than eleven hours of incessant hard traveling brought ns earl in the jnorning to the end of n range of moun- tains In front of us there lay a piece of low bioken desert lard which we now must cross The sun was not long up and shone straight in our eyes a little tltin mist went up from the face of the moorland like a smoke so that as Alan said there might have been twenty squadrons of dragobua there and we none the wiser Wo sat down therefore in the howe of the hillside till the mist should have rjsen and made ourselves a dish of firammach and held a council pf w ir David said Alan this is the kittle bit Shall we He here til it cqmea night or shall wer risk it and stave cu aheadWell Well said I I nm tired indeed but 1 Gould walk as far again if that was all Aye but it is nae said Alan nor yet the half This is how we stand Appins fair de th to us To the south its all Campbells and nae to bethought of To the north well th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 February 1893

k It 0L 1 v t OARDS 2 E GeeDBKH x ATTOENiEYSATj wk > DEALERS UT KBAL ESTATE Complete Abstacts ofjf G rayDrohj County ZuptInTlieiOffiee < x beownsyille i Htex 4 < r 3 3 Hessrao AG Stxijne MONROE STSRMEf4 Atteraojs at Lrw y 4 IQ6 ANDE Ol X V TNOIJkLEIBEE rt < ATTOjRNEYATLAW OEaa oror First National Bank i3 Jr TrnaviIc Texas Willprstslico ia any of the < it T starts of i f Stat l ven gpccyiliy employed T I I A 8 TIHJRVONli I and GeHefalliauU Ageiiti f lCT8RiA W a masoij < j ATTOEKE ATXA PT5 CeroefLevee andEley ealfe Street BROWNS YI LLE TEXAS TEX IS f 1RST ilijl iMlj jfj OE o JZ POWSYILLE TEXAS CAPITAL S5 < 30O < 5 jS M AP5Ali Will Kellt 5 l r PfcBidcnt Yi4erPres fT D AHDSitsoif Cashier 3 3JTiUROQES 11 AacHiTascf AKB BUILDER Agoat tor Tlao JasfLHaveaCoIs Fatant Safety Elevator Com r THE ciTY MARKET r Small birds 12 cents per dozen Papab ots 75 cents per dozen The PiIces ofVarious Articles > Som Rt Tliat Place Belowswegiveiprices of various arti cles on sale d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 February 1893

4 t 7t Fl QS BAiLY H3SSAL9 Jqss 18f JSSffSO ETSIT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY 2ntere4 at the Posteffice Browns Grille Texas as sscondclass matter TUEBDAY FEBRUARY 7 1893 Now 1st na move towards Laredo Good plate matter is a sight bat- ter than wiehy washy editorial Of all pernicious legislation that proposed by Senator 3 earby takes the cake Thb Galveston bar is to be raked with a gigantic harrow The rak- ing may bring Galveston ft rich harvest Dobs the cuastittitiou of Texas provide that tba stato legislature ahail be the mentor of Texag con- gressmen TThbit ia doubt take the trick XTnsle Sam might as well eeoop in the exHawaiian queen and her do- mains with a email trump Sdtcjb Senator Mills has been commended for voting agsinrt the satioptions bill of course the Tex- as members of the houee will op- pose it Ye gods aud littlo tisheaj Presi- dent Harrison has appoiated a southern democrat as Lamars sue cesser Yea the leopard can change its spots Sous people object tu editorial matter iq pap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 February 1893

P i 0 I N i f V THE DAILY HERALD FIRST OP AIA TBENEWS Office 5a 13li Eiretf Itfweea Ei T3ti ind JrtTe Btrssi BEOT7KSVILLTJ T2XAS TERMS OF SUBSCElPTIOlf Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year 1000 a u six months 550 three 300 one u 100 ADVERTISING SATES Spneo srercmentg One dollar per lach fist n srtioruJ0 cents per indifich subsequent Inser- tion Special xtiea given on monthly quarterly j > nl yearly and yearly contracts Xoealadrertisemcnts Ten cent per Una first In- sertion Ix cent per line ach subsequecOy Inser- tion Monthly without change three cents per Una each insertion Gerretpondence solicited on all matters of local in fterett ctjot interest to the people of southwest Zex 65 acbcomciaQicationmnitbe accompanied by the name of Us author not for publication uslees o directed but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appfas to such communications the right is reserved to dis- close the name of the writer shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 7 February 1893

55S52SSS Soe nao matr ine nae matrj said Cluny Wo camo at last to the foot of an ex- ceeding steep wood which scrambled up ia craggy lullsido and was crowned by a naked precipice i Its here said one of the guides and we struck up bilk The trees clung upon the slope like jailors on the shrouds of a ship and their trunks were like tho rounds of a ladder by which we mounted Quite at tho top and 3 ast bcforo the xocky face of the cliff sprung above the foliage we found that strange house which was known in tho country as Clunys Cage Thotruhks cf several trees had been wattled across the inter Tals strengthened with stakes and th9 ground behind this barricado leveled up with earth to make the floor A treo which grew out from she hillside was the living center beam of the roof The walls were of wattle and covered with moss The whole houso had something of an ess shape and it half hung half stood in that steep hillside thicket like a wasps nest in a green hawthorn Within it was largo enoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1893

I 0L 1 1 a f o k > v f < OARDS RH GopDEics I OOIRICII MARlr ATTORNEYSAMA W BBOWNSVIIiLE A 8 TJMKMOND 9 OF BSOWNS JLLE G H tLuuf f DEAkEES I r EAI X5TATJ5 Complete Abstacts of Cameron County Keptln Tlie Office TE ATTORNEYATLAW OSise over First KatiouaUBank jJrown3vilIs Texas Will prnptko in any of i if eenrts f tk State when specially apUyed J AfTORKET AT LAW asd 6 nercl Land Agent 1 CTRIA TEXAS vy a masois ATTORNEY ATLAW Qy2hb Cerruer Levee and Elev acth Street BROWNSVILLE TEXAS 1ST UlttL BAIIL S M K phabl Wii Kelly Fyeaident YicePrcs D Auderbon Cashier O W BROOKS AND BUILDER Agent lor TJie Jas L Haven Cos Fatent Safety Elevator Cotn pny Cincinnati Ohio OKFICSrCoTner of Jefferson aad i Street v BlSai and If m ElowBB ilia > TO A for fnTiiiiwi Fictwre Frataec 5iorldingaiind Mattresses Garden Benches Gillery Chairs and the Continental Ivefrig eratow etc S n Roman Building Elizabuth Street BROWNSVILLE TEXAS 38Qr ed vttilicisms Bagiey what hasbecomo ot the indiarubber man thsitw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1893

it WHS 8AILY H3SKAI SSffSDBYESY DAT EXCEPT BU2TDAY Entered at the Postoffice Browns Tills Texas 93 secondclass matter TODNESDAT FEBRUAEY8 1S93 Eyxst oabinet rumor Las its de- nial Caik thanks his Abel lawyer for Mating him in the legislature It wonld be better tor Texas had that Paris horror not takeu place within her borders 3 = m We aeb having a norther down here which fact indicates that the weather is on ice np north False economy is an unwise thing in any government but the continned increse of government machinery is worse The constitution of Texas will prebably resemble a crazy patch- work quilt after it leaves the hands of the colons this session TffB Laredo Nows cays Papers other than those published along this river are now discussing the Rio Grande Valley railroad Washington Post Ward lie Agister hatj just had another honor conferred upon him The McAlli6 ter crimping iron is the latest The Shiner Conrier remarks that some people would rather pay thoir funeral expenses two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1893

M R I Ar JU TJTil M V THE DAILY HERALD FIRST OF ALL THE NEWS OSw on ISta Streot Between ShaMaacd Irtvea Street 25EOWNSYILEE T2XAS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to any point in the city One copy one year S1000 six months 550 f three 300 one 100 ADVERTISING RATES p ca idTertUementsi One dollar per Inch first Imertion 50 cents per inch each subsequent inser- tion Special rates given on monthly pnarterr B nl yearly end yearly contracts Ijocal adTertisementa Ten cento per lino first in- sertion six cents per lin each subsequently inser Uon Monthly without change three cents per line each insertion Correipondenoe solicited on all matters of local in treit or of Interest to the people of southwest Tex aa Each commuaicaticn must be accompanied by the name of its author not for publication unless o directed but as a guarantee of good faith and vhen by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is reserved to dis oloie tho name of the writer s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 8 February 1893

Maagdjg g H r = > 7 CHAPTER TTTTT HE IXJQHT IN THE HEA3HEB THE QUAEKHL 5 > Darfd lie cried arc yo daftT Alan and 1 were pnfc across Lech Er jrccht under cloud of night and went fiownits eastern shore to another hiding placo near the head of Loch Cauncch Xvhither wo were led by one of tho gil lies from the Cage For long we said nothing marching alongside or one behind the other each wi h a set countenance 1 angry and proud and drawing what strength I bat from these two violent and sinful feel- ings Alan angry end ashamed ashamed ihat he had lost money angry that 1 should take it so ill The thought of a separation rrfn al- ways tho stronger in my mind and the more 1 approved of it the more ashamed 1 grew of iny npprovaL It wonld bo a fine handsome generous thing indeed for Alan to turn round and say to m > Go 1 am in the most danger end my company oslj increases yours Cut for mo to turn to tho friend who certainly loved me and say to hinx vYou aro in great danger I am in but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1893

Ik IV > 3k t ft yoi i M OARDS DXALEBS IK EEAL 325TATK pOOr IGII MARIS ATTORNEYSATrLXw Complete Abstacts of Cameron Coanty KeptJn The Office BROWNSVILLE TEX B SOXB95 A G Etsbhe MKROE STERNE Attorn8js at Law KiO GRANDE CITY TEX TNO I KLEIBER > ATTOftNEYATLAW 0ffiee oyer First Katiouil Bank Brovrnarilla Texas TTUl practice ia any of the charts f th State when sjutciaHy GEIJjIoYail A ft THURMOND ArrosKET at law aad Gaaeral Land Agent VICTORIA FIRST IITIOiL S TEXAS TT E MASON ATTORNEY AT LAW 077J3 Cornet Leveo and Elev eatk Street J3RQWNSYILLE TEXAS oOEe T BROWNSVILLE TEXAS g50 < 500 L M Raphael Wm Kelly President VicePrea S D AxDSBSON Cashier g W BROOKS AID BUILDER Agsat tor The Jas L Haven Cos latent Safety Elevator Copi paay Cincinnati Ohio 0CE Cornor of Jefferson and lStfc Street < t > ei Do You Want A Sewing Macjiine for NotWng > U San Antonio Brewing Association Jjtsi Beer in the market Guaranteed fofoxp in in thi dimato Made from the lett malt and hops JL1JL9 U3t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1893

N vjwwwjwj f H B AILY HEEAIB JfUq PIt > JsmSDETBBY DA J XXCSBT STUvDAX 9 Sntorad at the Fostaffice Browns jlle Texas as cecondcass chatter vrTEUBSDAX TEUBSDAX FEBRUARY 9 1893 Thb old and rusty pistol is the undertakers best friend Hose are a drug ia Idaho That is bad dealers medicine for horse Thb two editors of a Kansas pa- per were married the other day and their aames now appear at the top pf the columns Eugene L and Uora Cook Smith editors and pub Ushers Filibustering will hardly pass muster as statesmanship Still if the passage of even one bad law is prevented by its use one caa for- give the defeat pf good laws by the same agency A bailway from Brownsville to Eagle Pass says the San Antonio Expreie would open a tins country tp the farmer and quickly add feun drcda of millions to the taxable val yes of the state Should Galveston snecead in get- ting a permanent deep water har- bor and it is to be hoped she may it is act probable that she will be overwhelmed with congratulati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1893

H Tf > k J ± r y lv fBE > IAILYBEEMD MrHGHagetette who has been engineer o ut at the Burlay sugar plantation for sometime left this morning on the Alice stage He goes to San Antonio andtherrce to JNew Orleans W H Mackay will remain here only a few dxys longer All who wish to avail themsolres of the adr vantages taf a policy in The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York should interview him on the subject at once Remember that The Mntual Life Insurance Company of Now York is represented by William H Mackay he will remain only a few days longer A policy will cost but little and yon do not have to die to secure a competency Mrs Leo Loew and son Harry of Albany Git danghtur of Dr and Mrs A S Wolff of this city who has been spending the winter with her parents leaves for her noma on tho next steamer She will be accompanied ae tar asv Now Orleans by Mr and Mrs B L Cain How old are you is the ques- tion asked by Mackay of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York when he think...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 9 February 1893

s V1 CHAPTER XXIV pi BAIJUIDDEB AKU ACROSS THE FOET3 VWTwta like vmrng < cttfc Wjn a ci she At the door of the first Tiouse vre came to Alan knocked which was no very safe enterprise in such a part of the high- lands as the Braes of Balquidder Chance served tts very well for it was ji household of Maclarensthatwe found where Alan was not only welcome for his names sake but known by reputa- tion Here then I was to go to bed without delay and a doctor fetched who found me in a sorryplight But whether becausehe was a very gpod doctor or 1 a very young strong man I lay bedrid- den for no more than a week and before a month I was able to take the road again with a good heart All this time Alan would not leave me though 1 often pressed him and inr deed his foolhardiness in staying was a common subject of outcry with thq twq or three friends that were let into the secret He hid by day in a holo pf the braes under alittle wood and at night when the coaet was clear would come into the hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1893

w m tP 4 m fU GSDl i TNO I KLEJDER XT fi MASON X oOF < BROTOSVILLE TEXAS BROWNSVILLE j TEX j j a Messes A GjEieekis MONROE ST R E f Attorneys at Law JUO GRANDE CITY TEX ATTORNEYATLAW r05iec ever First National Bank J rwnsvillt Texas mil jppaetiee i any BrOWIJ yjll8 > canrts of thr tfcate yhen sjwcjally omplaycd A S TI1UR3 0 > 4D > AC dllEET IT LW and enenil Land Agent YICTiRL texas atxorneyat laV < > tOrwcB poruejr Xcyee andpev enth Street v BROWNSVILLE jTEXTAS Mi f H Raphael War Kkllt President VicePres 3 D A DEHSONfJashier g WBROOKS a AE HITS T AID BOTLDERc AgeVt tor The Jos L Haven Cos Elevator Company Patent Safety pany Cincinnati Ohio OFFfCEr Corner of Jefferson and 13thStreet K If jVii c nWl Av + l ll k SEWI1SQ MACHINE brpoyt Pearl = X This spa feelongs t JLi m PETITFAIN ais5 EMmmm To anyone sending us ten yearly subscribers Ten 1000 Dollars = THE DAILY flERALDJg3 wo a year eacb 3iexican coin to will precentlhqru with a new FortyFive 500e Dollar ii 55 just th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1893

9t3BJBQtT m B AILY H3S3tttor 1 IRIt r 39ffED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAT Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter FBTDAY FEBRUARY 10 1893 Aeboe day is coming Get your trees and sbubbsry ready for plant Thb echoel advantages afforded by Brownsville is one of llje best features of our little city With a long pull a strong pull and a pull all together Brownsville will get the pull en the Bio Grande Tlley railroad The TexasFarmer rightly says J Newspaper advertisements were unknown until J652 and ar yet unknown to many people Such business men and their ware are also unknown and will always bs Stick pin her The Aransas Jass Beacon says Pay up for your paper Remember that inon ey ie required to pay the running expenses of a printing forcf and even tbejdeil must have his dues Sot3 editors look dowu in scorn en an unlucky brother who hap- pens to be deficient in his Shakes- peare The works of the great bard ara a great educator but a knowledge of them are not essentia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1893

ir W is n si < k < V ti 1 tf 4 THE DAILY HERALD MrsHB Terry and daughter Jacksonville MissEdith from FIRST OF ALiL TREKEWS OSca an 13U Sirsst Batweea Jliiabatk vol XrtTeaStrset BEOTPTBVIIiLE TEXAS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mexican Coin by mail or carrier to eny point in the city One copy one year 1000 six months 550 M three 300 100 one ADVERTISING RATES paasnflTertisenients Ono dollar per Incb first insertion 50 cents per Inch each subsequent Inser- tion Special rates given on monthly quarterly semi yearly anil yearly contracts local advertisements Ten cent per line first in- sertion six cents per line each subsequently Inser lion Monthly without change three cent per 4 5ne each Insertion Subscribers irho do not receive their papers regu- larly are specially requested to notify this cjflco by Jetier or in person All such complaints wUlreceivo yrompt attention and insure better service there- after WS JPJEB 10 LITTLE LOCALS Mr A 0 Howell of Point Isa- bel is iu the city The carnivi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 10 February 1893

I CHAPTEE SSV > C02XE TO MB RAKKEILLOB J Yctt tccre shipwrcctzcd ealcl say you RankdUor Tbs next day it was agreed that Alan ahould fend for himself till sunset but aa scon a3 it began togrowdarji ne ishould lie in the fields by the roadside near o Newballs Endstir for naught until he heard me whistling I was in tho long ctreot of < 3ugensfsrry before the eua was up It was a fairly taalt burg the house3 of good stone many Elated the town hall not so Sue I thought as that of Pecblea nor yet 019 street bo noble butiako it altogether ii put mo to shatuo for my foul tatter Andes X continued to walk up and lown and ew people looking nxlranca at ina upon the street or out c windows and nudging or speaking one to another with sniilee I began to tao fresh ap- prehension that it might be no easy suatter even to coino to speech of i ho lawyer far less to convince him of ray gtory > For tho lif o of me I could cot muster op the courage lo address any of these Vepatble burgers I thougu...

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