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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 28 July 1892

1 M > Ji iftlxO I f Mitt ffi FLfcHMKQ HIS CRIME p if Capitalist tyoS Jalym Speeial Ti W A ri Hmiieniy to the rear of 11 Then bo returned folded mRpImlv onlHls Freaa J jineeraail by ghould I speak tq rapor You are all the slaves of HstB nw t4hare iidffhyTaaiyitriatWhat eg ie it of yours It I say Mm to yon yoti dbut like rillnot print it Wbenryou Jere twiUl writei florig yon a about ina no matter if I Wv word 1 d6ut < eare to a nj lbj gnp Sxur XJ ie < i i addressed him in a reporter lan The prisoner said in good no Fcull undm stand1 ine 7nd Ill talk xo you ii you do isitek aaA g ou fore the reporter eould ask f it If gil at Pittsburg Tlio pris j first refnaed to say a word wSviag 5d I ean find f sands whom he has made miser Out hi Homestead the ijjeo fill soon be snSering tlie angs into Ericks thousauds of I workers are now idle oe iittjjjaiu > oXrejto Jo worJk i Bt sacrificing their Belfres rr question he came cIobu totlR Is iie j and asked eagerly j yet n n J rFriUM tiU ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 28 July 1892

m 3Fa < i if tm vox hsuo sJSnSnT rnaPKPwsii Sunday Go to cbarcb and there FIRST OF ALL TBEftEWS J issued evebt day PJfOKPT spNiUY Express haB its Oil to Llano stereotyped We are only iufiict JESSEU WHEELEE Editor and Prop ed wjth tDe p08t a cheatuut once in seven days but the Express re- peats its cry as regularly as the day dawna Entered at the Poctofflce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter THUR9PAY July 28 1892 forty millions of people in Russia are in a starving condition VjTV4s often hear the expression soulless corporation J or a prao The name Homestead must seen a bilter mockery to those poor strikers who are to be turned out of their homes by the deoree of the Carnegie company There is no homestead there for them At last accounts 11 C Frick was doing well and it is thought he will recover from his wounds He continues to direct affahs in the contest at Homestead li tening to letters and telegrams aud dictating replies A man lately trora Scotland died in a Michigan town...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 28 July 1892

r4 i ADVERTISING RAIES 8408 AwS s dollar per laoh aoa 60 tfi P lnek each subsequent lusto SpeelslfrstegiTfi onmoattly q TAail sdTetlMKQBte tea cent per Una first j U k caste parlo e fesbceqssat Inter J3kftVwiaw t 9 ceata g Poad ° BeoUcl < ea saS ateT8 ofl0Ml Cort JLegt or of Interest to tho people of Soutturect eonuanniestion must be accompanied tr ibwa o author not for publtaattoa < un uioir taniUtata gnaraateaof gocdftitb awi8Blij reqaart ffictttlooa 4gnataM appear torafcamunlcatioMttie ri t la rwervea to OngBBtiaBmBBtUwwrttar tedta aeemtj jiiiofcrjachiiU oiare gllss8 > ttf hodonotreclTO tbeirpapanrcg trleSeorla peraoiu caitylsBaa complHnU rftt rewtw prwpt rtWattah asd iBnraJbetter oarrieo taMCE 8TJBS0RIPXI0N RATES 800 Postpaid One yw Sir Months 500 07e Month 100 DIRECTORY Distsiot Offzoxss District JudgeJohn CBussell District Attorney D M Turner District Clerk Louis Kowabki District court commences on the first Monday in the months of Feb and September County Officers Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 28 July 1892

pppropria j tt7Pu ujmiiwm u1 hiiu i Gfirisress Jinftfe Fir Y e are not surprised that those pierx jbera of ngr who f fa opriatioi i h Drldai lrjBL insisting uponjit Scab an appropria Jion is not only necessary torthisf great enterpise but there is an an obligation f > f congress ocpryide for the proper Ehppq r 0l a great xposition yd wluehfjfe > iijj nff ofj She world have Been invited to particapate and in the honor of onr goyernmept m involved t seeing to us very clear that congress should vote the appropriation flint is asked Wo believe it will be money well expended while the failure of the fair which might result from the failure of this appropriation would1 be aiinplyJnational disgrace The uction of congress in refusing aid to the exposition and at ffre saR3PtiTneT sittemptingto dictate the wanner m which jt 6alJ bo conducted is onejol th mosif iDtfieiiS JslfiBF tions that body eyer wade of itself Jf congress does not aid the Expos ition what rjgbtrJifl ifefft say whetb ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 July 1892

wonce cquired considerable size tuer < ks then fill the groundirfan tn rr BU severed the pianta are gen J lly dwarfed Be sure and not Jea weed or grass show its head he cane should he topped about drawn direct on all t weeks before putting it as 6335 postinrjwses in thB country throughout the world iJ I ill fiTOW IN ALMOST AHY PUCE WHERE Lands ddwtctl To It News It is astonishing the num bur of facets who do not know m to raiscsorghum cane 07 course they all think they do but be majority ofUiem dont They think all they have to do is to plow lie ground sow the eed eultiyate 1 it ftripaad eut it nifdtake itto the mill JJut that is not the half t6 lie done Good molasses is ytery fearce buthad molasses is enti jnl A greatf many people think it kbecause of the way cooked bnt tlitl is not it It is because of the way the cane was cultivated and F lriiiimd Njw if you > w > infgood jiiuInsscB that u not too bitte too wnr taslekS dyspeptic and infe rior in every way follow my diiee j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 July 1892

m m MA r rm X r < THE DAILY JI3SIRALB FJIJ8 OP 4 L THK IVE S JSSpEDUVERy DAY EXCEPT SUKDAY JJ38SE 0 HrpEELEE Editor and Prop Entered at the Poctofflce Browns V ille fexas as secondclass mitter FRIDAY Tuly 29 18J2 iBaBBanisiaaii MiiiiipjiMHUMiHt Many T < xaa conventions this year have been conducted in any- thing but a conventional manner Come to 4i wtiavjjlc if ypn Would enjoy a summer far pleasan- ter than that of many towns tq the north of as The heat Hi our great northern cities has boen extreme during the past two weeks many deaths re Biilting from prostration by keat TVHIIE the peqple of the North ftro suffering from the extreme heat eur people onjqy a cpol hreeze almost constantly aud no cases of punatroke are heard It js said the republicans will rmi Col IJrewstor of Laredo pgiinat Orain for congress He will have to get gn Aransas Pass pove on him to beat Crain A caktoon in the Chicago Her- ald represents the house of repre sentntives as a grim skeleton labeled jealousy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 July 1892

< L I M W i III iywWBaWggffWMP < UUMJ ViH x djMg y UpR ADVERTISING RAPES Space dsertisements Ons doHur per inch jjrtiniertiQn SOCtg per Inch each subsequent insertion 8pocialratrai given on monthly uar JeilT sen yeaijy and yearly contracts Uoetl advertisements ten cents per lino first jaKrtion six cent per Una each subsequent inner flon Monthly without change tbreo cents per lm e h insertion gorreipondcnce solicited on aii ni tters of local jsterest orof interest totto peoplo of Southwest Teiu E b communication must be accompanied br the name of its author not for publication on lees to directed but as guarantee of good faith usdvhen by request fictitious slgnatuces appear to inch communications jtbo right Js referred to Awiom the name of the writer should a ncceaity riie for auch discjoauro Subscribers who do not receive their papers reg lirlyars specUUy requested to notify this office iyletterorin person Any auch complaints wiH ifctire prompt atteation and lnaure better serv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 29 July 1892

ar V3W ii > > J a yj y v 77i Super c ftps Paper Record e jyorldhas seep Jtg iron age Bud its brazenm > e l > uVvtbiBia the age of paper We are junking so many things of paper that it will boon be true that withVnt paper there is nothing made Wo live ill paper houses wear paper clothing and cit on paper cushions in paper cars rolling on paper wheels Jf we Jived in Bergen Norway we ponld go on Sundays to a paper church We do a paper business over paper counters buying paper goods paying for them with paper money apd deal in paper stockb on paper margins We rowraces in paper boats for pa per prices 4 Wegb topa per theaters where paper actors piny to paper audiences As the age devel- ops the coming man will be- come more deeply enmeshed in the pa er net He will awake in the morning and creep from underthe paper clothipg of his paper bed jiljj put oh his paper dressing gown apd ijs paper slippers Be will walk pyer paper carpets down paper stabs and seating himself in a paper ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 July 1892

4 iE 5 I I < 9 > > pI OL 1 poor Y V i OF THE PEO SJVSTMCE fto Grarde City July 25 92 Editor Brownsville Herald Forinforiiiuiioii of the good peo e who have sent relief to the ifferiiig poor of this nd adjoining satisfaction of innlies a d for the r fritmis of Hidalgo county who Iteiy published that the euutribu ons heretofore sent for drought fferprs of Hidalgo and Starr conn to the relief committee in tarrcomity have not been > di6trib ttd as justice and needs of the eople demand they having been ept and distributed in Starr niiiitv except such as Hub been sut direct to parties in this conn y we the executive committee f Suit county make the follow i < report of provisions received irand distributed to Hidalgo j maty towit Wo have received jrHi < lalg < > county viz 57 sacks of corn weighing lbs 7504 beaus ctrn meal 14 50 1225 We have delivered on petition r committee of Hidalgo counly i committer at Hidalgo flora pounds 30389 Corn meal 480 Beans 420 m commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 July 1892

m Victoria is to have another newspaper The Ciiy of Roses is a city of enterprises Tne wb iiLuvliieh people nied die withdhe a iIroad8 atd legislate against thetaB certainly nudemo cratiet t i Thk Wharton Spectator Jias at lHstJputirrnfuppe 2rSrdti on unr ex- change table The Spectator is Fan old ah dwlfcjMJie frietfcl A cqmrroMIse has beu ii effected in the Twohig will raseby which the estate will be divided equally between the luire and the church F i TnE Laredo IMfiu s cAlla uiac flgej Prick ofHho 0afnegecJcompaiiy Frisk 1 We imagine Mr Friek doesnt feel very frisk just at present Count Oblowity tho nunreh ist should tofientejfoedfly to join spies and the bth er martyrs who made a Weed inarch into the shades of that WiVrno whence nu traveller returns f The anarchist who made the dust tnrdly attempt fo murder II C Prick ib said to bp li J Orlowitit vho has been anbbing on the papers in Ntiw llayen His aseo ciates dnbbed liijnUeriiint We had the assurance recently that some friends...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 July 1892

tf5 V u S rVVJ FnYERTlSlNG RAPES r Jack rinnf8U 0oe > 4oUaT V ten cent rerliw first toH i fi Unc o h ttl wueut inser tt per uu Per Mertliirtrtttwut cuwgM Lch in ti0u solicited on mattere of lo lj nience SouthW fStetorttotb pcoptecf author not for pubUrattentun S5lt guwurteeof good faith Swnet > p t r ppc l2SS thB right ireiersedto te for snih ducloaure itari who do not receivo their paper reg L to nrrifv this office eUHy rented uuWbottrr e prompt attend and rofier A = i isCWPTION SATES District Of > ickiv > Istrict jUdgervaphn 3 Russell istrict Clerk Louis Kfcwalaki District Uourt commences outhe st MoniyintiiBfuoiiihs of Feb dSepteiniiiJ Cc CTY OFFICERS ECForto wntyJ gV Mnty AttorneyAgujtm g J a ebb aunty Clerk Joserth efiff S A Brito nuurer Oletfomo buna lessor George Champion dlcclur Jtunes A Browne irtevor VJqhn B > rjl Inspector of Hides CasimiroTauif yo Commissioner lTecinctXo L Attonio Vazquez ftwinit 02 Thorn s Cinnn Irwinfct > 0 ftfftrwfra Oautu lrccinrt X...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 July 1892

nmoIlfQti of a Mistgyl gdifipf The last in England of the mon astiu tithebarns the edifices in which the niedisaval abbots were ai > customed to gather the tirbuta of those who owed theur rent aud 6er vice is in process of demolition It js the survivor of the two that were built at Peterborough and dates back to 1307 It is long and nar- row structure with low walls and a massive oak frame supporting a singqlary beautiful roof of gray stono states There is not a nail iu the bnilding sout woodmi pegs be- ing used throughout The historic edifice whs bcught for 5500 and a vain endeavor was made by local HUtiquariansto have it preserved But as Peterborough cathedral haa just expanded 45000 for a uew aud yery modern marble floor there was no money left ibrsonfci ment of that fort and commerce claimsone more conquest of anti- quity am Sioux Falls g D go Mrs Archie Mackey of New York received ton much attention from a former admirer of the dude order to suit her hnshand who inherited the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 August 1892

okci ihi rot i KMUThe phicago J fan c was vidjiiir fiem MfeniphisHo iilnc l > nor i ce and joined that sevwal ent Ie ocMltHlk IPn were luvyjiisr o tll < > smoker he cnvfiejjtwn M ° V J1 lteWU ecogliizi ng > a jiiixiks cueial method < ft peoenY Onrf eiilleinen win by the way Iial cen tmiiplaiiiinsr of everyihijg in leSoutlf aiittJy hotel J sejvicb either ihd eo on diSpntecl anj s ability to tib so lrPage olnMomerf to tell where each o is three companions hailed from j je gemluinen diB ted his Aim Well aid M > 1lleik r K jentleima on my htfsfrmn4rv ink llow do I know Because I iird hiif pioiii iiycB the Word1 untb and lie give it that roll eiitknmn i a Missitsippinn fur pardon he compnison I cm ImSu my ey S and believe I hear a of die old melodiously eidenV dvokws of my lather s slayer fun to his < i6j u nit are from theiSiorth Some hen near Chicago I shuulil jy Well how in bltzi6 coulcl yon 11 tlniiT > e office On thewaynown lie told three > r v vuiu jV era...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 August 1892

jc + f BAJjLY r 5 ISSUED EVERT pAJ KXCKfT SUADAY r JESS 0 HEELES Editor and Prop Entered tt the Poctoffiee Browns ville Texas as secondelass matter v JJtpNDAY August1 1892 fiMirnir i i lirrnnn ii rninMa > K The State Horticultural Society will meet at Ro kport next year We akk triad to welcome the pirtLrtvucui n amopg ourezehtn ges The Toxas liar association ho HU ito eleventh anniit l seefiiou at Galveston on tie 27ih nl t An immense auiuuiit ol corn j s being shipped into Mexico from the United States lo supply the de jticiency caused by ciop failure hi ihatpouniry Wisi Flikixe Ituss tiie nceom plished and popular daughter of yx Governor Ross will be marripJ to Mr Henry IJ Harrington at Collrge Station > u the 10th in tatit we acknowledge the eorrection hy the Laredo News in regard to Laredos waterworks We intend- ed to correct the mistake in tin following issue but inadvertently failed to do fo The eoutroyerey us to the mer- its of the author of Lockeley Uall which has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 August 1892

faits 4MrtULj B W IS V HI L ADVERTISING RATES Snsce sovertiBements One dollar per inch ftinsertion SO tj per inch each subsequent I ertion Special rates givenon < pxoathly qur leily lemiyearlyand yearly controcU ocl advertisements ten cents per Una first insertion fix cents per line each pubpequcut inser jjga Monthly without change three cents per Ve e ch inicrtion QorrMI > ondcnco solicited on aUjnutters oflocal interest oroyntsrost totho people of Southwest Each communication must be accompanied j cme of its author not for publication < un utolirectedbutasa guarantcojjf good fajth d hcnhjrequ t fictitious signatures appear uch communications the right is reserved to d > dose the name of the writer should a nocosaity tW for cl1 disclosure Sabcribers who dp not receive thcr papers res dsrly are specially r guoated to nofy this offico by letter or In person Anyuch coipplalijja wlU receive prompt attention and Jnauro better jarr e eretfar SUBSCRIPTION ftATES 00 One vear Po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 1 August 1892

f I It 1M 1iV y Ml ml Julj nays Boftlr rone the honey poes + Blovwii Menteil > tin Drtuzc Golden is tile grmit < j Oxerall the faWtest buze t g birds pipe their Ias Uets an < V3one In a sweeter attain I rrom the racartswK come the srunt Of rCe new liny elocr blent In the topnz sky FlOecj VloiicK like ships at sea Floating ouuahl lazily Or at anchor lie Kature now is doubly dear To mvfciiul for doubly nei r UJulyV belies Fhe hts come and rotnins iritic burceaso from all woar x things j ljhssfi > > en e orient S John Kendrick liAnga iu adiLs Hume Jour IVli htlcrs Frank Ciitiiism A Paris letter says that WliHtM fe tiously criticised one of Dannats pic- tures in a Paris art exhibition a week or o ago and the neirt day 4 mutual friend mischievously introduced the two men ilfcniinie Jhe censorious ex- pressions of the fonner had been widely repeated Glad to meet yon Mr Whistler Dannatis reported as having said particularly glad at this moment I as I hear you have been runni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 August 1892

fOL 1 01 r n Justin Oilicer Spins a Ri UculoM Iarn to a Reporter lr Jorr Lucy who for the past weeks lias been in Mexico the two Nashville Inling down keinbezlersjttame in lasUnight after his arrival at I was seen jDriskillby a Statesman rcpor He stated that aeljad yester j morning left the two prisoners Ucdo in chargc of City Marsha of of resifl6 and the chief police diville Although Mr Lucy this men and nearly all of the die lie says he has got about ouirh of chasing criminals in xico as almot endless red tape d trechery beset him on every id lie said that tbo hotel mm and some of the train men all in their power to aid the ntueecnpe trotn the time Jie tspotted them in Monterey mr thev were Anally nailea in Sal o AtMontoiey they were ap sed of the fact that a doteciive son Hump trail by a prominent icr who pureuuded them to iwIntti to cash at a tremendous omit peitain Mexican checks ranting to GG00 fur which yliad exchanged their Aaieri moncy tir whieh checks a re it was given At ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 August 1892

f N f HE BAILY HER ALB FIRST OF 41 fHP EWS J9SUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHEELER Editor a d Prop Entered at the Poctofflce Browns yille Texas as secondclass matter TUESD4Y August 2 12 Laredo is a live town apd we should do well to have railroad connection with her o doubt when enrnegie heard pf the attempt to kill manHgei Prick he thanked his sirs that the blue sea lay between hiinssjl aud the anarchist If TnE natiuiul park had been chosen as the site for the worlds fair there would have hepn no oc- casion for jealousy It eon not thiU have been called a mtiuicipa affair We DNDtitTAND there has been difficulty in getting men to woik on one or two big plantations in the county As tliere are so many lexicans in need of assistance this seems iHther strange The Herald tenders jts sym- pathy to Editur Dickson of the Jackson County Progress for his rteent bereavement ip the loss of his motlier We knew Mrs Dick son personally and can truly say no kinder truer heart than hers ever b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 August 1892

ADVERTISING RATES sdwrtisejnenU One dollar per inph TiflBtftlon SOCts per Inch each aubeequent eriion Special rates given an monthly cjuar seJaijairiy and yearly contracts rfT r al adTerUsensontst ten cents parJine Aral Jjneeach subsequent inser aton six cents per withcmt change threo cents par Monthly jjac Corresponilouee solicited on allfmattors oj local jarest or of intorebt toUte people of Bouthwuat must be t u E ch communication accompanied br the name of its author not for publication un Lutju a guarantee of good faith liaw directed ai when by request fictitious signatures appear to such communications tho right a reserved to ose the name of the writer should a nece ity n8e far such disclosure Subscribers who do not receive their papers reg tlirlyrc specijUy requested to uqtify this office Ijletterorin person Anyjsuch complaints will re e prompt attention ami insure better service Siereifscr SUBSCRIPTIO HATES 0nevp ir Postpaid S80J flCth fS DIRECTORY Djstuict Officers District...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 2 August 1892

i It N r < > i Rule for Picnics There are certain principles of con- duct with nward to picnics which it is well to observe For one tiling never go eirlv 10 i picnic If yon do go early yon will have to carry tubs containing icecream fieezers packed in ice pails of water rugs and garden beats and perform a great many other laborious tasks A picnic is a good deal like coasting except that it is the other way around the hard work comes before the fun stead of after it When a picnic is over and most of the things arc eaten up it is not much work to sweep dishes to- gether and carry them away Dut the getting of them there is terrible So it is a point of reasonable conduct to come a little late Another point is to decline nothing That offers in the way of food Dont j lefuse rolls on the expectation of getting i sandwiches because you may not get I the sandwiches Keep the rolls yon needn t eat them if you get the sand- wiches Another point avoid conflict- ing contusions upon your nex...

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