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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1892, Brownsville, Texas VOL 1 BROWNSVILLE CAMERON OCTOBER 21 1892 SO 95 rVl 4 M i CABDS MA BIS A TTORNEY SAT LA W IN REAL KSTATW Complete AbptacU of Cameou County Kept In The Offrco BROWNSVILLE NO I over Fiisi Nntioiuil TUKIIB IK MASON Levcu an Elev J U MONUOF fONROE Attorneys flt is Cflcltratcrt cal dnte of gltvs Jt thus it bo proper Byennctmcnt of the of New York October 12 the an celebrate citherchUc us far as authoritviocg I The prochvmation of GIOVGIHIOP Washington O O been learned that Goomil John not5 nVe from I jailing forvthq obRervancQ ni versa ry of tlte landing ofColmnj Of fourt anniversary bus made holiday and of of Coinir 1ms is in ii conformitytherewith the Of the presr IIB the tfnitod S there City The of tlio TJi iitcd decOarLdOctoher 21 to IM and it is tc fh rfcOvt apptoprirttcTy celebrated in Chicago and tlimnghoiit the country cjpn fusion of the dates is due to tlie difference between the ordi Kiry reclfnuifg and the and is thus id in Texaa October 21 Cctrcc CtiMnrc In j Oct Tlio pro dnctioTrof in Mexico IHst year eqceedod 43750000 wliieh it vvil be tripled inVotto dilution of irnpruved mid an increasid number of coffee yolaV year hyph f i whiih nur time isreckoned conists as ordinarilyBtnted if 80514days or PiC5 day cix honrfc In order to trid of the 1rnctioii1 it in dungMrdfd until every fuurth year whoir tlie fdiuqViirtnrs are taken up and oounhd in the yar which id accnrilid 3uC rtndjs known IcHp yifi1 the orlmary Oolirnbne unnivcr cvrjry 1 ilh of But the midnary not true not BO5 rs IS iMinntO0 48 it lucks 1 t of liehiLi houts and hy rensmi nf dcilciency it is plain tlittt tii M nerjtd of Him1 tf f n B Id into tho cnl Tliire an enttr on foot in Guatemala fur the entriiiS Octiber year 5 lin consMuetinn of a rjulroMd to nect Puerto on the Atlan tic with Sun Joatjdt imili on itho The eical industry iir Knintn and and in emlnr I ban had art ually tlie at y A 3w f ox untn it returffi to tbat When the taluncar WHH ad lle lsst of if The repoit vT I tho work done on various pliiitH during tht 1SDI is orally very fat and a city wf till yljipjud NJVV Vorkan1 I lint irinandrd by llitt U of iihir frojri Wars Stn An Oct 10 The Oatiniin Uar onbljc ty iiirit rcturivid IKS biN irtv 11 account of cholera as was charged bnt that his was order yshis physician Herice hisresignation will not be acccptcc by hoStateDepartnient Captain OrlHiid H Ross dice here yesterday Ho was a of Ohio and edrvcd in the Union ArmyAe was a cousin ofGener al and p member of hie staff the last sufvivor itis snid of that body DcpRrtmerit an nouncesthat rt hew counterfeit 8ilvei certificate was put in uircnJu ticn in Chicago October 11 Jt has ji new and is of the series 1SOl Rosecrans Register v KcAppointjnents of Postmasters to ptstofiices which were raised tlit fourth to the Presidential class Octoher 1 S92 liaye been madc S GrayJ Hum ilton fll DavidP Dohyns Ore i Mo Alary Cm cd of the successive steps by which impending politica I revolution ri t 1 bf 1S92 wrought onr and the i means1 by vihfeh t lie coming Demo J tn cratie victory ifi FU becrjbe for THIS WHKK REPUBLIC Its rVmdcrs vilTgct tno important at least halt a week earlier than any weekly paper can furnish it and at the time it id nhenrpasged as A home and fatir ily journal The price it ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR SuusckjiiK 1 i i i NOW or eend for free sample Address THE Mo J Lours The folio verdict brought in by a the jury findr the do fondant died because the rope ho was swinging by was so eliort that le could touch tlie ground Pnlifo BlatHM tlni runcJi thu in ttni H t to 5 A too pacse uii March time of i i r i i i Popo t lie equinox occ 1 1 V ied o nr j I e 1 1 h1 o f March rnt t i tn ef b u tby t11 e c M 1 e n d e r it ca m o ten Jaya too eoon There was not JlIOQiiANDJSOlTV 1 riosi mm I RO WNS V7L fcEr error he arranged tlint of the CAPITAL ti M IvA J D ANPHHSON Oftflhior are 4 4VO tliua to be are those yrjj j tj pr t in two cipher hut r Robert DaUeli MiB Kniile Kleiber ot ch s prop a liHp your bnt 17000 1800 it and 1900 niust not be counted be Oliiii wliere will join lusr lui who Cull for Jfmticial Convention Jy the Miithbrity vested in mo cliairman ufthit the 2Sth jtidiciuj district of the srate of 1 cio Inreliy call upon the LJeivincratH nf this tJie aiJ district hy and tliriiiih tlie duly accredited tVoiii XMch of the countits iji eaid district to astiemble at the htnsoin Uio Grande City at 1SJ clock m ori the 30th day oYOciobor A IX 1892 the purpiflo of 8eectijr aiid nominating caiididatc6 for judge and district attorneyje Kuoctivuly irf Bird for district The froih New York to the effect that the republican inana if era have not eeised in their deepa rate efforts to force Hliiinc on the stump but that they have euc cecded in winniii Inscuiiecnt to 7he nutn with plenty morfc Jives on tlie lien of the land Dallas nud fur iiclrother fruin j i H Mr Grnnznh3alin toured i iiifonnation r irinlersnn that epunt two Jvr Wt Fla ninkinif J t i from boafd B cimst vohgel when the JH got on his frail linally made hjri way to he in that city nt the time of the i State fair Alonta inuntli ago ha WHS visit Portland by K L Sutnmur hn tlio wiili known rattonify of SmrAntonio who was retained to ileltinl Mr Gonzalez ftlVdTTTrtnn her of revolutionists in their trial 1 1 i c h com ea u p be f o re I h e No v e i n ber of the Federal court in 4 i this city Iloii A E Steven8on Ilonli VVin Springer Hon Asher ir pHUith of Loiiiievfile Ivy andHoh1 armu n eiior lumbua di iiiereTorViiiii Arnevj tlie Methodirft on all points S i made nnll remitted Bills of exohan clrnwn direct on ypti throughout tlie YiAli whose ruve horsus this seaton has 1 I O the turf and gone back to preachingInVving srciired work in properly come hffoie said WEHLS Democratic Chairman oftlie Te Iisric c only A tariff ican PlMtfonn A tariff for re ven no und to favored diugues llntform of i thefavored classes A ou what AVP make in order that we tnay sell at tiio highest prices free trade in in we tuny biiy 1 a I tor in 1 1 ievch enptSt in WFicrc does tlio profit of the worker and the public cotno jn There is point near the fatnone Slniiy Oflve in the Oatffkill Mbnn tainp where iee rtirty bo found on tiny dayin ihe year This of iiniotil Mndonnn Tlie town of Mercaglino in Naples has just been tho scene of a tragedy Tho son of a farmer named Antonio Saccone twenty fell in love with a young ami pretty peasant girl The girl had in conBcqiicnco pfv her beaiitiful tresses gained for herself tho sobriquet of the blond madonna The rich Siccono hnd j offered his hand and hii name to the maiden But the girl re fused the offer for she hnd already to marry a peasant on his es tate Saccone thereupon determined to discharge lite rival A quarrel arose and tho rival xvitli revolv ers Three shots wereflred nnd the pens ant seriously wounded Tho lilomV madonna hearing of the etrife also armed herself with a revolver and qniekly arrived upon the scene Here n dreadful tragedy was enacted Antonio Saccone fell dead with a bullet from hin adversarys pistol in his heart Tha blond madonna was dangerously wound ed in the temple by ft1 shot Accidentally fired from Antonios revolver The buU let fired Saccune had failed to reach i his rival but the giiKwith tlfe she had brought to her beloved through her inexperience wilh the hre arm had sliot ithC1 youth and ho died afterward rLondou ty is locally as and is walied in all BHles hy steep mountain pome of which are more than 3000 a Mftttliews created a son en tion in pnbirioby tes in court that she had twice traded ior and that s 1 R very oxfs fs i h Ox ford 13o u f i ty Ontario u j S u bsc r i be to r ii EHKR A UD Fifteen stahyart kniglxtH ixirticipatetl in the toiirnament yesterdayafternoon on My Ladys Manor Baltimore county The tourney was held on tho farm oi Mr Jacob M Pearce about mile east of Monkton on tlio Northern Central railway The contest pno of expert iavthiti particular the tourneys of today an useful It is on jr when they rtre1 likened to the chivalrous cnffageinontspf old o when they are mercly for the value oC the prizes offered tliat they becorno ridiculous In yesterdays tourney prize were given to tiio Bilccessfnl knights and the next four had UJM honor of uro wn i ng the jueei i and inaidi ofhonor which were11 really the in ost coveted prizes The coronation tool place at Manor near the touruai ment grounds royal party and others then en joyed Cllll St Lonifc will havennrittracttve tcn turc L tlie shape ofan immense illuminated globo with tho different continents etc pointed on its pr Kayser from his itatipn on the smnmit oOlotmt Rizi 8wi tiwtlihitV has succeeded m taking some graphsoftjie aurora baroulis
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