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   Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1892, Brownsville, Texas                                 I  /  VOL I.  CARDS.  jUO WNS VILL K, CAMERON    TEXAS,    FEID    AY,    EVENING,    OCTOBER    21.'1892.   .t -    "    Mkt    V/ 1 ------------  fc JLfiooDMO    c.    H    uaud  QOOL'RICII & MARIS,  f  ■ff?”  • co i. tun it is IMI',  NO. 95.  llVSijr it in t'eifbratctl on #/if *t»f.  Hy enactment of the Ic^islntur< of New \ ork October 12, the an-  AT LORNEYS-AT-tA. W. I j inversely of the landing of Golem  bus, was made a legal holiday ant J jin con for mi ty therewith tho moth  ca! date of October 21. It thus appears that it would be proper jenough to celebrate either.date, as far as authority goes.  I he proclamation of Governor Dup*, calling for the observance ct the four hundredth anniversary  H'asntngton .Vefrs.  Washington IXC. Oct. 14—It bag been learned that Congii John finn, at Hamburg, did not ff«c from  THE CAMPAIGN YEAR.  Everybody must have a reliable newspaper. To keep fully inform  cd of the successive steps by which  •    .    .    y'*  V1 ,,,w  onvwpene Hieps r>V VV Ii ICI  the city on account of cholera a* Uke impending political revolutior was charged, but that lie was order  1  ot 1S92 is wrought ont, and th.  ed away br hi* physician. lienee mealie by which the coin intr Dem. I ii I rncKrtiof inn    .a ^.4. I. ^ .ai .  bis resignation will not be accepted  of the landing of Col u in bus, is in -------,--------------  I:an„ivcr«.,v has just boon cele!c.t-V'*" 1 "’ 10 '  wi,k ,lmt n *'he prest- by lite State Department. i.UUM«aut M i, S  I!od with great du|* in Now y ork V ,el,t ‘ ,f ,lle     ^c 8     and there Captain Orland ll. Ross died | Bk»«. Its reader! -IMW th,  lore the date winch will be observ bere yesterday. Ho was a native impcrtant news at least half a wee! in I cxas is October 21.     /l *    ^    "■' 1  ------- 1     *    **     rr     *  eratie victory is won, subscribe foi The “Twice-a Week” St. Lons  Cr' un plcte A bsf nets of Ca i uef on  ....  County Kept in The Officer  __ I  BROWNSVILLE, INO. I. KLEI RER,  TEX.  f-  ATTORNEV-AT-LA VV.  The congress of the United States declare October 21 to la-1 ' Ce,Cee CM,rn-e in Mexico the omen.! a.ntiyersary and it J. ,c Washington, Oct. 15.-Thc pro-iip|ir.'priateJy eclehnited iii Chicago dnetion of cotiee in Mexico last and throughout the country.    year cqceeded 43,T50,0(tt> pound..  The confu.h,„of the dales is due a titnire which it is thought will to the difference I atween ti.e ordi-  sol , n  ,, e trip|t( ,  owing   nary calender reckoning and the ncfual (I ii rn finn of time, and is thus  of Ohio and served in the Union  :  earlier than any weekly paper cat, Army. Ae was a cousin of Getter j furnish it, and, at the same time a! ((irant and r. member of his staff it is unsurpassed as a home and fain  the last survivor, it is s.id, of that ily journal. The price is Oma  body.    ~    “  duct inn ut improved machinery him! an increased number of coffee  v\ hifli «»ur time is reckoned eon-isis  Office over pit ti National funk!** <* r d»nnrilj stilted of .305 I 4 days.  •*  n aw i    .    _  explained? Em-Ii s*'lar year by plantation*. Tin re la an enter  prise «»u ft tot in Guatemala for the construction of a railroad to con-  Rro-murville, Texas,  •lect Puerto Junior, on the Atiaii-  eni ployed,  ll. MASCIX,  \  wk  ATTORN EV A ftLAjJV.  J  OfTictct Coiner Liven and Kiev-et.th Street.  4 -  hi accorded Bdft Java, and i~ known I ,    „    ’    |    cr. a.ing j, ..........  ng leap yna*. Hy the ordinary; # *i j i    '  *    ,    .    J    pu tim work done on various Olanta  reekouirig lite Col im bn* aiotivor    i    ,  . i    *ium» during the y.v.r 1**!H i« trm  j#«rv entiles *»*'•«-'    i.».i.    .    i    J    “«    *    •'*    *#    g*    u  Oefolier.  The Treasury Department announces that a new counterfeit $5 silver certificate was put in circula ticn in Chicago October ll. Jt has a new hack and is of the series •J ISO I. Cosec ran*, Register; Xebeker Treasurer.  Reappointments of Postmasters to p 'Stothcea which were raised from tilt fourth to the Presidential class  • or 365 days. *ix bourg. In order to  Jspt rid of the fraction it j* tie, with    Port San Jose do    Gtute-  j disregarded until every fourth year, mala, on    the Pacific  Win Pf,cli,* in “ny -rf ti* who, lh. qdW. ..re taken j Th-aire! i„.|„ 8 , r y'in Knout-and  s-m-t. ..t th- Stat. when tinily! up “lid cit..ted in the y sr which Cachou* I. growing rani,(Iv    ami in  .I* non* riled !U»f» Hoa ftn.i I-......... I    ,    ^___ ? w> ,  ive. The report gun, Mn; Mary J. Cu.tiff,    Lls Cm  One Dollar a \ ear. Si usckiiu noav, or send for free sample copies  Address The Republic. St. Louis Mo.  I lie following verdict was brough! in by a coroner's july in the West;  ‘‘We, the jury, find the dc fondant died because the rope he was swinging by was 60 short that he could not touch the ground.’'  Oatoher I, JS9-J. have been made  TI,C nt ‘"' 8 from Vu,k  “  1  hs fulh.w.:' Samuel S. Gray, Ham **'*  e ® ect t, "‘ t tlie  republican man ill.hi. III.; David I*. Dollying Dm-  , ‘“ l “  .....   1     '  leek every 12lh of    ^      -     u   ’•ut the    ••. iilnarv i *  ri *     Vc O‘ '‘Helactuiy and a  reeUning is    ,| 1( .      ;    j    t:ty ti..- El.er Wits     tll        .... ,  E el. year .|..es not e-tHain UHS  N: ''  ,,rkH "' 1     <>  .......... ^  !day., 5 I   4s ...j........ 48    >.*y the Jf*"' H'eM dktrlet t  ■••ll.lr. Thu. it Lek. ][ minuie.. ; K     ^"T    fmm    j    lie,'un.    I ex«s, I .ti. herein- ta  j i .i .... I i I    .    .    .I    ~---—«■     —    democrats *»t this tile  I J H'CoHiU nt I .<>1 ti ar .if    ....    I      ...    .    '     liI '-  gers have not ceased in their de sp rate efforts to force Plaine on ti; ors X. M.    stump,    hut    that they have not sn  Can for Jutile In I < aureation | eeed f di “ ^'.iiing his consent t .    *, speak.  I*} tile authority vested in mo  democratic chairman of this, the  of I he state of ill ll J Kin the said district,  Ii LOW NS VI XLB.    TPX VS.  I  Y & TIILRMOND,  ATTORNEY AT LAW aud OeiitM'al Land Agent,  Tho man with plenty of fat moi gages lives on the lien of the lam Dallas X CWS. *    ,  ’ ............  -..... »-* •    ..........................ss irrttreuse  I • . J I . ft . < . a    . ■    I    I    A___ a rn w w rn ~  I •    J     #     '    I    \ri    \ t I  #     Av/*    —’  ph.iii    ... * h.njtp., ,...! Of tim... '['lie win.,....Ii..ic- „f C«t .r.M.. H„ z  J  ,    ,    ,    ,    t       t    im    r.i.u    o    im    i    lei    to    ascelli nil* at lh#*  leW«r , ,yr wouhl ...a    1Ut    pub.ic.    J    .mc.....un h,n-c in Rio Grande Cit •  etidar t hail had Hr! Ila:! i* I it .mu  ^    ^ .....  hTiiiiHMs    HIL- Min or a tanner nailed Antoi  IHI ZI in Said district to assemble at the  Sacco, »«» *'V^1 twenty, fell in love w  i .ii c flirt hun** in RioGian.lc Cit v. ,, I    The s   had. in conseqrnencq of lier beant?!  j .    * .    *    v    iiiiiw    in i HMieu IU 1*10 Ii TM nil.* (Tiff ut  €» f, dar than had actita.iy Ih-cii measiir I ile!!«ler»oti of this city inst returned 1*> *1 I-    nu    .  ••ll hy (he lyveljitjjiji. id Ute .jim lion, l'niilo ISI mc.,, tim    ,.fU U thV»y ..rOctXr A'Tl^lsSf  • .....'    “    ^    ; V ^:    i»    *" r »!'« PH,p..«c ..r V.. Wti ;,r ami    $  " f 1  “* oliitNinaiy leader, nominating democratic candidates  fnse<l the off< ' r *  for  * he  l‘ a »l aim  Ha. . Oat.... ti. » If.. . J I    ■    • I.  tresses, gained for herself tho sobriqr of “tile blond madonna.” The ri Saccorie had trffered his hand aud I   fi     *    **t    ..........r* '* L, ""ttitub canuiuaiCS .. .    •»»»*  lie *ta«es tlrnt Mrs. Uaiz, i« m.Li.Mr f.M- I 1 •• * •    promised to marry a peasant on his  , •    .    ..    .    ^    j    tdge    aud    oistriet    attorney    ie    tate. Sacoone thereupon determine*]  !>U‘ pel a I Ii HIS to tfo to \ a Oti’Mioii    .J*    C    J    «    !    I    •    I    flisrlinfirw bio eiool \       i  VHT0R1A,  TEXAS  J. E. Monroe,    A,il,    Kruar.  MONROE & STERNE,  Attorncjs at Law,  ,i    .    4     2  ZN  RIO GRANDE CI TV, TEX.  F  (RST NITIOKAL SANK  I  Y  igj OK (•>-—i  BROW NS VILLE;  Tile year is ine.^ured from the Wiine the sui: appears at the vernal  Apiin..* until it rein rn a t,, that I oreiM-rmi..*.* t . v' i • "    ’7"-------------  I—- we     t;oJk7* f .**• ****•  *?  a -  .........................*   .i.-- -k.....  cqaim.x tm.k p.hcc <>u til.- 2lrt of ifor that p.,t f, um  \,. w  V.uk tioi.. ' James R. Weils  Marcli. Iii 15>“2, iii the time of J *Wr. G .uzhI. s also vi.lu. teered the ii,,,    ’  b A1Wi  n.  VffI  .    I.  t     oi.utieo    im    Democratic    Chairman    of the 28th  I ope (tregoiy XIII, tile equinox ; mh*ruiatiun to Mr. Hon der*, n that i.. i- : . t r  , • ,  Occurred un the Utl, ..f M.nth. !«“.*, s.nmt tw„ ,:. w tl« in Key     lJl * tr,ct -“  Astronomically it e;tmo at the i igiit \V« st, FU., making his ercape from  Ttl€ lssU€ in  **  time, hut bv Lie Cahuder it came that place by secreting bim-elf on    Democratic Platform:    A tariff    blond madonna was dangerously won  ten days too ffu. There was not; honrd » emit vessel when the ft d .  f ' ,r  * ,l,blic ri ' veMl,e  ""'I-    '    fiJ.il fmn!'Antmii^sVvo/ve^ 1 Tbci  enough days in Hm* calendar, so! em! « til cera got on his trail. He ;     Republican Platform; A tariff*     lot  fire<l by Sa’came had failed to r«  the I*"!?'* '•ft«MN»n«Mjtin^ the »#tr« ot | li»«lly turnl.. his way to Cortland, p* revenue and for bout,.ire to j    she    s^r'hef £tov  Aineis ann ma th ct natl cf a us, insert j where lie spent Bevent! weeks, fwvored classes besides.    i    through her inexpt'rienee with the  cd ten d*|. into -the ret k-n.ug, so being in that city at the tune of tho ,    KW form of tim Gvorcd classes: I    rturtl'ra^war^tt.^  as to 1*1 III or I IO till Ii,r<...iii.„.v I I. M .till** >fu*,» f. II    ...    ...    *  discharge his rival. A quarrel an and tho rivals met armed with revo ors.  . Three shots were fired and the pp; ant was seriously wounded. T blond madonna, hearing of the stri also armed herself with a revolver a quickly arrived upon tho scene. Her< dreadful tragedy was enacted. Antoi Saccone fell dead with a bullet from I adversary a pistol in his heart.  cd ten days into attic reckoning, so tieing in that city as b‘ bi lug the 8j*ring equinox Imck ^ rinc State fair.  to tim 21 al of Mkrch. Hut in nr-<lcr to |*Veventt a *• rrenco i»f this  error, lie arranged tl^t three of the  CAPITAL $50,000.  ii. M. Ka mu kl. Wk. Kelly.  I'rcsideift. Yice-iVcs. J. D. AvpKksov,Caaliiurl  DitKcfoas ;  G. M, Raoiiae!, WfD, Kelly, ^  A “protective” tariff on wliat we A ...ut H  1110,1 ; h .-IRO    ha WMS Visit make, in order that    we may scil    at  cd Ht I..r.lanit by It.    I.. Slimmer-; :he highest prices;    free trade    in  *.......   *    U.O-.TUI    mer I' 1 , tho wen known    attorney of j lauur, in order that    we may buy  TEX AS. ‘W  v, “ r * wWoU-eeew in    4<H>    y,. ar# 'SHii Antunio, win. was roiaino.1 to, labor iii the cheapest market.  shall only lie ctuiite.j as comm,rn | defend Mr. Gonzalez and a mini- Where does'tho profit of the yea.*. The leap years which are 1-r of revolutionist, in their trial, worker and the public come i„»  to Le  degraded arc tln.se which cmnea up tiefore the XovenJ--  -  which terminate in two cipher#, bul  *hf£C PH»CL*<|ing tiguruu nrc not di- this city. vuiLie by fem . Thu#, ]6<mi is prop  1   ber t-rin of the Federal court iii  *f *1 'ut Hr ai lech OU**.  There is a point near the famous Stony Cave, iii the Catskill Moun-  made and avmitteil. Hills of ♦ xchangc  drawn direct on all principal clti t’lreughout the world.  \“  \  he d  ii\  A Marj lami Totirtiey. Fifteen stalwari knights inirticipa in the tournament yestcnlay afterm on My Lady’s Manor, Baltimore com: The tourney was held on tho farn ^Ir. Jacob M. Pearce, about m east of Monkton, -on the North Central railway. The contest was < of expert horseuianidup, and in t particular tho tourneys of today useful. It is only when they an- like! to the chivalrous engagements of old when they are merely for tho value the prizes offered that they beoo  ,    ,    ,    |i 0|l     A    F    s;.     v    If     r..... J    11 "cwiWKni Mtoiin. ridiculous. In yesterday's tonier pri  «*rly a leap year, but 17000, I SOU    “  H *    Hon.    tain#,    where    ice    n.nv    be found on I  wcro  to the firs* four success  ill. Springer. Hon. Aalii.»• (i    .i...    .>    „    •........I knights, and the next four had 1  honor of crowning the queen and mal of-honor. which were really tin* rn coveted prize*. Tile coronation tc place at Manor hull, near the touu attent grounds. Tho royal party a  others then enjoyed adance.—Baiting  j Sun.-* _ ...;    ■- ■  St. Louis will have an attractive f< I ture during the World s fair.celebret] in the sliape of an immense illuiuinut globe with the different continents, el painted on its surface.    I  Dr. Kavser, from his lofty station ( the summit of.^Iount Rizi, SwitzefWu has succeeded in taking some fiuepkui graphs of the aurora borealis.  .    i    ltr o •    f«     ’    " MV,V     w    louiKi    on  and ISH»0 must not be counted, be- j  i   ,u * ^P r,n ^ er * Hoi*. Asher (L any day in the year. This h*cali-  OM.*;. “I ti if Ilf wit..Ic iminhari j  <  w ‘*' U,h  ofLi.t.i, Ville, Ky„ Hti.l Hen. i tv is locally known ss the Notch.  «re tlivitiblclijr, f»nr, th*two lUniK **•  s - rur«.tt •Whtlf^WHti eiiorj hiiiI i« w.lied in on all shivs by  in* figure*-tm? not, nm! ttivv  Hre {  ,,,ou < 1  <- m « J at Alton, 111., yester- |steep mountains, some of which are  -lay a I tor noon and Ia»t night and more than 3,000 feet Ittglt.  v    ^    *    *    *    *    I    *    *    *    *    *    \/ ll All f  G. M. Raui.ael, \V m. Ko!lr, \    hifiirrw trrr not. and Ttiey ate^ mou **f°**l «t Alton, 111., yester- ; steep mountains, some of v  Rolwrt DaUII. M ll Kingrtwlv  r 3fMI «* ‘t'"4o' 1  J«r*. p)' ••"fernoo,, and ht.t t.igl.t aud 'more than 3,000 feet high  f , ..... V'    .    I    l'«l*c Gri-gtwt^in^dc his reflftotr *    ' ,W     •"‘rtt.uiasnt.     xr „~~—---—  Lim lo Iv let ber, J. I), Audcrafi*4 4 . f . M , mm* . I -*—- I    «*    Matthews    creatml   f     ''    I         I     m y v!i     ‘^lattiiews    creatotl    agene  v *.:    ‘jF 1  J     Kn    tlH     Hor.    J.    AV.    Arney,    the    Methodist    ’j' 111     * n     Woodstock,    Ontario,    by    te  cffHr    i    'fL    At tin*.time j preacher whose race horses earned     in    col,rt    t,,at     ^    twit*  v. ' mil ‘US dlecOVercd America, in I.:... J*- aaa .i •    .    hiwit    trust..st f...    1    .1  Collection* on all points promptlv D<*iuiiibug diecoverptf Ainerioi. iii  -#    aa.    h..    »  14'. 4 2, it^iv ifl.,c(*iHitcJLaUiii.'i«* days. huJ therefore niiiu h^s to be add.d Urisbcr Ll ^ I tile ast runout  a scnen tee twice  him ^5,000 this season, has renoun  : lH ' t * M    ,or     bm se#, ami that  Ccd tire turf and gone back to  e ^ VtM v cxisfs in Oxford County, preaching, having s-cured wnrk in'•°” Urll, ‘  Min«e*,^lis.    I    Subscribe    for    The Herald.   

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