Brownsville Daily Herald, December 22, 1892

Brownsville Daily Herald

December 22, 1892

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Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1892, Brownsville, Texas VOL. I.BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1892. NO. 143, CARDS. k H. OoooBica.    C.    H    Maui*. QOOL'BIQLI & MAKIS, ATTORNEYS- AT-LA W. DEALERS IN KEAL ESTATE Complete Abstaets of Cameron County Kept In The Office. BROWNSVILLE, TEX. INO. I. KLEIBER, ATTORNEY-AT-LA Wr. Office over First N it ion a1 B*nk Brownsville, Texas, Will practice in any of the court* of th** State when specially employed. DIRECTORY District Officers. District JIud*e,    John C. Russell I)L>irict Attorney,    John I.Kleiber District Clerk,.    Louis    Kowalski District court commences on the drat Monday in the months of Feb. an4 September. County Officers. County Judge,    Thomas    Carson County Attorney,    Agustin Celina County Clerk, Sheriff, Treasurer, Assessor, Collector, Surveyor, Joseph Webb 2- C. Forto Olecjonio Garza George Champion James A. Browne Maut in Hanson Inspector of lilies, Casimire Tamayo Commissioners. Precinct No. I Antonio Vazquez Precinct No. 2    Emile    Kleiber Precinct No. 3    Fructoso Garcia Precinct No. 4    Pablo    Perez County court meets for civil criminal aud brobate business on the first Mon day in March, J une, September and December. City Officer*. Mayor,    Thomas    Carson Chief of Police, James ll. Klhan S. IV. BROOKS, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Agent tor The Jas. L. Haven Co’i. Patent Safety Elevator Corn-pauy. Cincinnati, Ohio. OFFICE:—Corner of Jeffers and 12th Street. Brownsville,    Ten JiROCT FOHT BRO WW. UENRY F. HORD, *) Lawyer, f Rio Grande City, Ten i* ensurer, Secretary, Attorney, purveyor, Allred Taoruham M. B. Kingsbury Frank Feuitle S. W. Brocks ASseautfr and Collector J. A. Michel. w if. mason, attorney at law, Office; Corner Levee and Eleventh Street. BROWNSVILLE, TEX\S. SI'RUOF LF. OF DEFARTCR8S AMI) ARRIVALS OF EMAILS. DHI* A RTI KE. For Alice, Texas, daily at 6 a. rn. ** K o Grande City, Monday. W\*d «nd Fri lly at____0. a, rn. Fur Point is (bel, dai y at----9 4. in. *• Matamoras, Mexico, Except Sunday , .................. at u luO a. rn. ARRIVALS. From Alice, Texas, daily . .at IO p. rn. ** Hitt Grande, Tri-Weekly at 7 p.m. “ Point Isabel, daily at....H ** Matnraoros Mexico 9:30 a, rn. LODGE NOTICE- Tho Knights of Honor Lodj No. 3730, meets the 2nd and 4t|i Tuesday of each month. HERBERT SHERWOOD, RcporUj*. J- F. HANSEN, Dictator. A* .S, THURMOND, ATTORNEY AT LAW aud General Land Agent, VICTORIA, TEX AS R. Mu* wk-    A    O,    St    EKK*. MONROE* STERNE, Attorney! at Lav. RIO GRANDE CITY, TEX. IHM STEAMSHIP LISE SOUTHERN PlCiFIC COMPANY, (ATLANTIC SYSTEM,) Steamers make trips between Morgan City or New Orleans and Brazos Santiago, via. Galveston about every ten days. For further in formation call on or address M. B. KINGSBURY, kent. Three cents a pound U. S. cy. hies RICE RICE SRCE rn At Benj. Kowalski’s Jt .Fat fond I Flower. f iiitary Reservation Ria lf Vi ic A gassed the Rouse Saturday. Washington, D. C., Dec. 17 — ’he bill appropriating $50,000 to liable the United States to acquire t»tle to the abandoned Fort Brown military reservation an the Rio Grande iu Texas which passed the house today bas an interest ing history. An act appropriating more than $100,000 above the amount named is bow on the statute bonks, but has never been paid. In the Forty-eighth Congress John Hancock introduced a hill to purchase the Fart Brown military reservation which, during the Mexican war, had been used as a base of operations by the United States government. The bill went to the appropriations com mince and received favorable en deiscmetit. The war department and appropiation* committee refer red enactment of legislation for purchase of the reservation on representations that it was a military necessary. It wag decided that tho money should be paid by the secretary of war upon attorney gen eral's certificate being produced. The attorney general found there were a number of suiali claimants to the    land    and they had brought suit in the Federal Court    for    the purpose of acquirng title by securing declarations in favor ot certain parties. These claimants agreed to submit tho claims to the appropri ate .    n    ..    _{ 'atioa to arbitration aud. Congress Washington, Dec. 17— Mr. Bit    * F IRS! KIWI UKK § o) OF (o- J! ROWESVILLE, TEXAS, CAPITAL $50,000. G. M, Raphael, Wk. Kelly. President. Vice-Pres J. D. ASHERRON. Cashier. Directors ; G, M. Reoil aet, Was, Kelly, Robert Oak* ll. M. B. Kingsbnrr. Emile Kleiber, J. D. Andersen. CO TO SCOTTS ler of Colorado to day intrudue in the house a bill to establish national tioial emblem of the United .    jf States of America. The bill nam the pansy called also garden viol** heart sense, etc., as tile nation*) tlcral emblem. The sentiment expressed in con-neat ion with this emblem is to ba “Justice, Liberty, Union, Culture and Besee/' tim last three words ta constitute the motto. The inangu*| ration of the emblem is to he tit-* tingly celebrated iii May, 1SD3, i connection with the opening of th world's fair. for Furniture, Picture Frames, Mould iii ga and Mattresses. Garden Benches, Gallery Chains aud the C)n!mental Refrigerators, etc. Ban Roman Building. Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Collection* on all points promptly made and /emitted. Hills of exchange drawn direel on ail ptiaeipal cities IbrrtUgbout the world. P W. SEABURY, Ittqhet it Law aid Houri Public Office on Levee Street, two doors from Eleventh. Will Practice iii all Courts* 6*a*e and Federal. — I Transferor Troops for Texas, Washington, D. C., Dee. 17.-f General Schofield, speaking of th Texas border troubles to day, sai it had been decided to transfer tho Seventh Cavalry, now at Fort Riley Kas., to the department of Texas soon as possible and to tranfer the Third Cavalry now in Texas to man Culberson aud two others were selected to make the awards. Meanwhile a dispHt* arose between claimants and certain persons who claimed leos for service as attorney iu working the matter through con gress. They went to llolman, chairman of the appropriations committee, put in remonstrance against payment of the money and demanded investigation into the alleged pries* to bs paid, which was tar more than the land was worth, making duo allowance for any claims of sealers for pay for occupation of their lands. Mr. Holman took steps which proved to be etfectaal in restraining payment of the money. Secretary Elkina declined to pay out the appropriation, and the matter went to the military committee of the house which Miter investigation, re ported the bill passed today appro Hating $30,000 instead ot $160, \ Queer Old dock. An old lady who is innocent of any intention of being a collector numbers among her cherished pos -sessions a very interesting old time piece. It is a clock, which, in its peculiar construction, seems to coli trovert all our preconceived ideas of what a clock should be, says the Philadelphia Times. In place of the familiar face, to which we have grown so accustom ed, there are two oroad bands or rings of white porcelian, placed lat erally, one above tho other, and resting upon four upright posts or small pillars of white marble. The upper st these two hands is divided into 12 equal parts by delicate lines of gilding. Oh each of the small tablets so formed is imprinted in figures of gilt one of the Lours of the day, ranging from I to 12. The lower band is made, in a similar manner, to represent the division of time into minutes. Immediately in front of these hands is fixed a single gilded hand, which points upward. By moans of the usual mechanism of “works,” as it iscommoaly called, the bands are made to revolve stead ii J from left to right. Thus, by h iving the hours and minutes pass directly hack of it, the solitary indicator is enabled ts “tell the time"* accurately without departure from its own upward position. The machinery of the clock is sn ti rely exposed, the network of wheels being so placed as to occupy the space within the circle formed by tile revolving bands. The whole, glittering with a gild cd ornamentation aud resting upon a low, ebonizcd stand, is surmount sd by a cylindrical glass case about 8 or IO inches in height. Occupy ing the place of honor in the middle of the high mantelpiece, this odd timepiece serves ai a pretty or (lament, though it has long sine* been placed on the retired list as a reliable tiine-teller. There seems to bo somelhiog po culiarly appropriate in the method employed in this old time clock tor noting the dight of time. It is, iudeed, the hours that pas* by, and it is quite natural that the construe tors of pioneer tiine-piece should have observed this tact in the planning of their instruments. The owner cf this clock knows nothing of its history further than its having been “in tho family al ways.” It came into her posses •ion through her father. She baa a shadowy recollection of some ira OO. The    bill provides thst valid Fort Riley, but the    denture    of I1*1®*    b« K'T8" •» fnl1 estisfac    d“.lon to the *dect    ^at    h*d£e*.n the last named troop* would    be    de I I on of any    claim* against lh. gor- P'«ked UP !n    8    • r8e    *    *f p*r"» layed nnt'l alter the    present    trou-1Brement.    Nothing is said about    du,,0S *om8    rcvo    utionary not, blet ere ended. Colonel fifer namtcz's Case. City of Mexico, Dec. 18.—The* report that Colonel Hernandez ie to be shot Monday is iuccrrect. The case is now oh appeal to the tmpenaation to gentlemen claim-g compensation for their services ti influence in securing the pas-e of the first bill. Lady: I want a dozen cigars for this case. Dealer: I'm afraid I’ve supreme military coart. I he hear j nothing good enough in stock to ingot the appeal was orgiuallv suit you, Ladj: Oh, yes. Just fixed for Monday but Las been post any kind will do. They are to be poned on account of the alienee of givsn awny as a Christmas present. defendant's conn tel for a month, —Inter Ocean, but when or by whom or bow it has been brought to America she is ■nable to say. Merchant: This it one of our lat est styles of folding bed, and—” Old Maid Customer: Oh, tit it not that; but you see it lets down to close to the door I couldn't see un der it.—Chicago Intor Ocean. A woman revolutionist was beat en to do itll with rods iu S alvador ;