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   Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1892, Brownsville, Texas                                VOJ 1 BROWNSVILLE DECEMBER CARDS NO J H OOODWOH H G DB1IEU9 IN REAL Complete Abstacta of Gajneron County Kopt In The Office JBROVFNSVILLE TEX NG I KLEIBKE ATTORNEYAT Oflioe over First itionaj Texas WiU practice in of State when epwcially employed w 1jL MASON ATLAW OFTIOK Corner LCTCO and enth Street PJRECTOBY DISTRICT OFFICERS District Judge John 0 Russell District Attorney J Kleiber District Clerk Louis walski District court commences on the Ionduy In the months of Feb September COUNTY OFFICERS County Judge Gouuty Attorney County Clerk Sheriff Treasurer Assessor Thomas Carson Oelaya Joseph Webb E C Forto ttarza George Champion James A Browne Maajbin Hanson Casimiro Tamayo Collector Surveyor Inspector of Hitjas COMMISSIONERS Precinct No IAntonio Vazquez Precinct sO 2 Emile Kleiher Pfticinct No 3 Fructoso Garcia Ppecinct No 4 Pablo County court meets for civil Gjrimiiuil aut probate business on the first Mon clay in March Juiie September and December City OFFIOJSHB Mayor Thomas Carson Chief of police James H Klhari a w BROOKS ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Agent lor The Jns L Haven Gos ITT JFOXtTJORO Military Reservation the Saturday Washington D C Dec he bill Appropriating to pany Cincinnati Ohio OFFICE of Jeffersoi 13th Street Brownsville Texi TJENRY F HORD Lawyer Rio Grande City Texi Teasurer Secretary Attorney purveyor Alfred Taornhiun M B Ivingslmry Frank Feuillo S W Jirooks and Collector J A Michel ARRIVALS OF 6 a m TEXAS g T ATTOLINEY AT LAW und General LaiuJAgent PEPABTCRES AMD JM AILS DKPAltTLKlB Alice Tuxaa daily at Rio Grande City Mon day Wed PriiUw at 0 a m Point Isabel daily at 9 a m Matamoros Muxico Evcept fejiip a at a m LODGE NOTICE of Honor Lodj From Alice Texas daily at 10 p m Kio Granite JriWcekly at 7 pm Poiat Isabel daily at 6 p ni 41 Maumoros Mexico a m TEXAS JfONROE STERNE Atternoys Law GRANDE CITY TEX SOUTHEBH PACIFIC COMPANY ATLANTIC SYSTCRU Stcsuncrs iwake trips between Morgan City or New and Brazos Santiago via iialveston about every ten days For further in formation call on or No 3730 meets 2nd and Tuesday of each month HERBERT SHERWOOD JF IIANSBN Dictator Patent Safety Elevator Comfentble the United States to ac quire ttle to the abandoned Fort Brown military reservation on the Kio Grande in Texas which piiss td the house today has an interest ing history An net appropriat ing more than the amount named on the stat ute books but has never beet paid In Fortyeighth Con gress John Hancock intreducsd a bill to purchase the Fert Brown military roservation which during the Mexican war had been used a6a base of operations by the United States government The bill went to the appropriations com mUtee and received favorable en dorsetuent The war department and appropiations committee refer ived enactment of legislation for purchase of the reservation on re presentations that it was a military necessary It WHS decided that the moiiaj should be paid by the secretary of war upon attorney gen crals certificate being The Ktturuey general found there Three a pound U 8 cjJ RICE RIGE f At Benj Kowaltkisl a to the number of laud and brought suit Court for II B KINGSBURY Agent GO TO o OF o TEXAS CAPITAL iG M UMHAEL WM KKLLY President ViceFree J P ANDERSON Cashier SCOTTS for DlREOTOliSJ G M BaoUel Wm Kelyf Robert Palfiull M B Kingsbwr v EmiJo J D on all points promptly made ami Bills of cxchangra fclie Furniture Picture Frames Mouldings and Mattresses Garden Bencbee Gallery Clmire and Continental Refrig erators etc Safl Roman Building Elizabeth Street BROWNSVILLE JValfonal 17 er of Colorado1 to day introduces in the homo H bill to estahlish nfltional floral emblem of Sutos of America The bill the pansy culled also garden viult heart seasectc as the nations ficral emblem The sentiment expressed in conj i ncetioii with this emblem is to Justice Liberty Union Cultur nrid tekce the last three words tj constitute the motto The inaugu ration of the emblem is to be tingly celebrated in May 1SQ3 i connection with the opening of thj worlds fair they had in the Federal tho of acquiring title by do in favorol certain par ties These claimants agreed to submit the to the appropri ation to arbitration and Congress man Culberson and two others were selected to make the awards Meanwhile a arose between claimants and certain persons who claimed for service as attorney ID working tho matter through con gress Thoy went to liolman chairman of the appropriations committee put in remonstrance against payment of the money and demanded investigation into the alleged prices to bo paid which was tar more thftn the land was worthmaking due allowance for any claims of aetUers for pay for occupation of their Unds Mr Holman took sieps which proved to be eftecUal iu restraining pay Old Clock An old lady who U innocent of any inteilion of being a collector among her choriehed sessions a very interesting old time piece Itjaa oUck which in its peculiar construction seems to con trorort all our preconceircd ideal of what a clock should be says ihe Philadelphia Times In place of the familiar face ta which we have growa so tccnstom ed there re two broad bands or rings of white porcelian placed lat orally one above the other and resting upen four upright posts or small pillars of white marble The upper et these two hands is divided into 12 equal parts by del icate lines of gilding Ou each of the small tablets BO formed is im printed in figures of gilt one of the hours of the day ranging from 1 lo 12 The lower band is made in a similar manner to represent the division of time into minutes Immediately in front of thoso IiRiids ia fixed a single gilded hand which points upward By moans of the usual mechanism of works as it is commonly called ily from left to right Tlius by having the hours and minutes pass directly back of it the solitary in dicator ia enabled the accnrutely without departure from its own upward position The machinery of the clock is en tirely exposed the network of wheels being so placed as to occupr the space within the circle formed the revolving bands The whole glittering with gUd ornamentation and resting upon alow ebonised stand is surmount ed by a cylindrical glass case about 8 or 10 inches in height Occupy W 8EABURY ment of the money Secretary Elkins declined to out the ap propriation and the matter sto the military commit ten of the housewhich after investigation re of WroQpt for Waehinpton D C Dec IT General Schotield speaking of th Texas border troubles to day aai it had been decided to transfer th Seventh Cavalry now KM to th department of TexMlparted the bill posd tody 8oon pouibl to 000 uutead ot Third OTlry now in Tho bll provd t ht raid Fort Kiley but the 4eprtar of mut b fnlUtfo the lt troop would be Uyed nntiUltertbe preient Nothing abmU pmpensation to gentlemen claim 6g compensfttien for their services d influence in securing the pas sage ot the first bill on Levee Street two doors from Eleventh Will Practice in Colpnet City of Mexico Dec report that Colonel Hernandez is to be shot Monday is iuecrroct The case now on appeal to the supreme military conrt The hear ing of the appeal was orginally fixed for Monday but nas been post poned on account of iho absence of defendants Gpnnipl for a month Ladv I want dosen cigars for this case Doler Im afraid Ive nothing good enough in stock to suit you Lady Oh any kind will do They are to bo given away as a present Inter Ocean the place of honor in the lie of high mantelpiece this odd timepiece serves as a pretty OP iiBtnent though it haa long sinca been placed oa tho retired list as ft reliable timeteller There seems to bo something po suliarly appropriate in the method employed in this old tiuse clock lor noting the flight ot time It is iudeed the hours that pass by and it is quite natural that the construct tors of pioneer timepiece should have observed this tact in the plan ning of their instruments Tho owner of this clook nothing of its history further its having been in tho family al ways It came into her through ber father She has a shadowy recollection of some tra dition to the effect that it had beta up in the street of during somo revolutionary riot but when or by whom or how it his been brought to America she is Merchant This is one of our est styles of folding bed Old Maid Customer is not that but you see ifc lets down io close to the floor I couldnt see un der IntorOcean A woman revolutionist was beat en to doiith rods iu   

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