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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1892, Brownsville, Texas BROWNSVILLE TEXAS WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 31 of Ctiero of a CUrk club in Cuero last i f l r wae elected in taking the chair will not cpricern those now gHgeq in the struggle tut aiffect aii weil we are battling for ilip riglitV we have KSTATK he delivered tho following eloquent Complete Atotucts of Cameron We in Ihe ofVcifil JfflOWNSVJLLE irO I ATTORN flicc over Firer io vol ed can WiU riii of iiinply duJiounc the Clark moveinent as a bolt regnUr democracy It is not 6ut4 a struggle for the su mocratic doctrine i communistic tou oneman gbvk of f whichled up to the split Ht was so pulpahlu to jrviijr QI current events that no one folt surprinidd when the breach Oil Fpi tiuie ant ago IIMVO lecn at work in of Texas whidi ffivally have culminated in lit deiH nndttr the of no of the final result anil will uieelt onr pol f teal foe not tfith oitj i r t i jter in vectiVe and immoderate spttechj but IbV keen bladeof The following tftken from ftrj to fiwe traolasinelH Of principle inn the n i j other v I HavJnfi the courage of our con 0VU ji liSW 1 a plat 1 f form which1 isf deajocratic to the acre we will move forwaiclgregard less of the taunts arid threats of jtiinb servers or the wails and g vinga of the ti morons litieians can roV consistenly charge iiB wiiii endnngering success1 of the n Jit jrhiofi been obtained A gpoJ water iAOvJi i1 j i uf supply is the foundation of every raanV prosperity cmHration and loans pros pent is usuallyJ proporlfenate to its f f t it B v J S1 jiiHsiK tea instant were txygjny a n d try i ng to buy water tfiq owners of all anr face we ist along the way Wi ti the every foot of that vast aroa of the Qrand PralHebcirg 1y water i A AA d a nee an special Dregion the very qualities which make the soil rich j i I V x I havo made the surf ace waters ATTOltNKV AT K Chirk adulterHted ninhrtholeadership of and j his partieHtts HS widely apart No dejiHcrat can ffand on the platform and remain a dcoi If Hogg carries out the plat I national democratic ticket and jn timidatewswith cries of bilfw If thero should lie any defection irojn the strength of the national ticket the blame muet be laid at tho door of that faction of the now diswneinbercd democracy which fit to repudiate t lie national democrttticplafform t hereby plac ing the club of destruction in the hands of our enemies to be used by who no doubt will inn ke 11 le most of i ti We in ndvocHtiiijr his platform with OleveUnhandJoOnd munuy and every vote cast for Clark byClark democrats will also count for CleveUtid and Stevenson Chas A Dana Teir York Sun scarce impure aha rnoro or i M f less defiled by invisible germs of i i d isease and ms lar ia the on Jy at flictions witU wliich most healthy country is h cit The city ty restricted and incon VQpieticedb tho lack of pure aild abundaJt T r n water supplies Within the last i j few years all this has been changed and now we the cities of Ubus c VV sco Austin San Antonio Fort Wortli Bolton1 Temple Ial las Denison DetVion and Sherman the later a vvel I all d ri ing nibrp or ieM abuMdwnt supply ujW upon which IM was nouiiuated jiotmonly of social of Mite ftiir Attorneys at LAW r I w ft in fu tetidenoies innsmiich as it the domain of pnvato rights intermeddles with local selfgov by a vital its settled policies ocrats who are prone to turn Jtheir nd machine dernottatlo dy thetnfflvos ri i f ft 7 pi v destruotive of the must be ln the risk of tern CAPITAL efeat Bot I can not belive of disirtereod be del tided by in empty or without fixed pri emosracy m dge Clark that this is aU points emitted prime object inthe pnblXcH tion of a newspaaer of course is btisihess A newspaperis td profit like ajny other busiiioiia then sifter that the jtitel lectual nuotiye the of a cause the snrjremaey pjfpne over alltbpiie thinjsfi whioliintciiectual men con tend abontbut no could it paid And when ydu lake a uioderii DOWS piipor with that isre gijirod tp carry it for i I i t h as to h a ve a h N 1 fd oze n saes that coast one h audred P f f t i 1 plain tkoro must bea profit or tlteenterpriso would not live The expense of producing the 6uh take tlie thing all su ppl iod gi vi ng in created VM ue and tip 1 i te to t places and art incalculable infiuenco upon the material prosperity Several of 4 f f t f i I the Urge charitable and rcorrection al institutions have aUo beep sup Ifitff nBgioi Woot being able to s s f could be ciit into 0acre tracts upon which wells could not 4bc obtained t r 4 A negative walls rising newly to tho xsould be furnish ing An abundance o4 waUr uoaffect ed by drpntht I it is 4101 objoet of my report to discuaa methods of T t f ability rainfall portion oC the Bltjk Prairie region is abundant for all pUto tation crops The i i rtu v pAt to dougtlit at intervula from H veto two years as we go yjUpOitiput are subject to long periods annually usually in after tho corn and otton have been lm4 Juring frwite Tlio tliMe wHU for L V rrigatiun bms beon N ri by the modest fariucre of the M 4Mj plied with this water as the state insane at Ausiin and San Antoriio aiid tlie at Gatesvillc I The industrial1 fiisesJtdr which theso are at present pot are many At Waco hiindredbf sewTj moTithuby niouth dollars R day The intellectual character of a li moral questionf and n tlmmaf es moral itymmi beifiif of otjier busioess fenforc pohsibHry upon a newspaper Ifit ihodks tbt morti of the oommanity by ill 71 ry pjof emsot M f i HHtnds to reason that ocean iir whieb I inar ib clothing laotoriea e i v i electric rubters woodworking and pther suialI iodiu tries rmi by thft rbiisure of without the water by the use of small ahd powerful California wheels When the high cost of I ueli n Texas is considered this use of artesian water becomes a most i in portal t factor Tbtf greatest use of is water at present is thii tact that it briugt to the hithorto poorly watered farming and gmzing lands an abundant supply of water for do most ic and stock purpotet niaFting small farms of 100 acros 6r less possible whert idritil re bBdies were piistbley T biaok prairies irontfd1 large plan tiitione could e tew iurfnce wells or water which the ten lints the dirty barrel V whUe in tirae of drought there have bocnfaiioreeof e ten the wiiter so ppl r largedistricts xu t This oondi tion has j stanoe on a farm ot f urn more w star the u the tire surface supplyofiMoLen nan county except the Brwos river not ordinary barkthas heretofore afforded Times 4 l j s I drove during the great droptht VI uxy valley who by their own rf T i and without pre vkiue knowledge of it he jsuiiject are now quadrupling of pottoii and grainMA itaroier o me cotton yjeljdfng nearly of 500 pounds each to was far meorrprofitable and easily frorked than 100 aeres whleh he recently I T t Irngatfon frbtn the arteelan well is at preeclt ih the Paluxy rifclonj the est and proeperboa city in Texas Sao AtttOttio is bridt 1 oessfully utiliked their undergronnd fiiiriajmi itJU iTu j waters for nearly 500 years afford ing ocpnpation far ilt lion setitiementji lhg huodrkecls of 4t pre and destined to bV of great Value u n of that ioh and wUe UMP of ooal to industrial f will wtiroi vt Otnaf has ligcirt nndDinr tvil work of the coercion act to Ireland A New York wuinair Jane Armstrong commit ted at Monaco oh Account losses
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