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   Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1893, Brownsville, Texas                                VOL 1 BROWNSVILLE CAMERON COWCY TEXAS TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 14 1893 SO 194 GAKDSJ Goorwiou 0 U oorKicn MAJRIS Po You Want A Sewing Machine for Nothing T I r To anyone sending us ten yearly subscribers Ten Dollars ATTO1JNE YSATL4 W DEALERS IN JiEAL ESTATE Complete Abetacts of Cameron K County Kept In The Office we 55 BROWNSVILLE RMosnon A Q STBRNK MONROB Attorneys at Law 1 JllO GHANDE CITYY TEX a year each Mexican to DAILY 7 i will present thorn with a pey FortyFive Dollar 64 A TUFTPftTr A 1SJ TTN U I SEWING MACHINE Just think You can qo to work cmd in a few dags maJce a t 0 Sewing MacJime Ten subscribers toTHEDAlLY HEEALI ott Go to work You cant lose any thing TNOI KLEIBlfR ATTORNEYATLA over First Nfitiomtl Will in I wlion ot Antonio Brewing Association market Guaranteed tojpfify from the lest malt and hopst s this climate GWBS Texas longs to e and General Laml Agent TEXAS ii MASOK ATTORNEY Lcvpp und Elevr TEXAS en tb Street BROWNSVILLEV TEXAS CAPITAL 0M lUrriAEL1 WM KELLY rrosiclont VicePros J D ANDBJUSON Cashier g W BROOKS ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Agent ior L Haven Gos Patent Safety pany Cincinnati Ohio Corner of Jefferson and 13th Street K WSTAYTOiSf KLEBERG Corpus Christi WELLB And General Land Agents 1 1849 ESTABLISHED state when specially employed practice in any of or State courts of tha Tho Week St Louis Republic will be sent free for one year to any person sending before March 1 1893 n cPuo of three new yearly subscribers threo dol lars to pay for the same The Re public gooB7everywhere and is the publiohed in Americav Its readers get themews half a week oarlierthan it can had frpm an v be itB Literary Agricultural Womens and other departments aro hnsur paestd It fills the w tintsof every member of the famTly and should1 ibe read in every honoehold You can get three new subscribersfor it by a few minutes effort1 Try if HJ once and see how easily it can be done If you wish a package of gain pie copies for them Cut out this advertisement and send your order AddressThe St St boiijsJiJp George on the Waco Tex Feb George Clark was askid what thought of tho execution of Smitl and the message to wWcii he plied Tho people of Lamar county did right in burning Smith ough to have been buruod The crime was beyond the contemplation of ordinary laws and the necessity fo svriftand terrible puniahment ap prealed directly to the hearta and homes of every father and mother Jits torture was inex crisabld but greatly pallia ted by the hidioui enormity of his offense Society in the protection of its members can not always await th result of regular forms but is now and lhen confronted with dangers and horrors requiring extraordi nary remidies and notion This Paris business is an ill nitration of fchc to the general rule The people who did the burning were protectors of the homes oi TOXAB and not imidercra and Gov crnorHogg only makes f himielt ridiculous when ho stigmatizes them as murderers His rocom mendiifcioie most are equal ly ridiculous ljo ignor anco of tho plainest safe guard ot civil libeity hy recommending lawi under which a citizen may be drag ge from his home and persecuted before a strange tribufil at the cap tul or elsewhere forgetting that our most grievious complaints against Great Britain neceisitut D ingseparation were tor transport ngua beyond tha seas to be tried or pretended offenses and for abolishing the free system ofEng laws in a neighboring pro ince establishing thorein an ar bitrarygovernment and enlarging ts bo an dance so aa to render it at ouco an example and fit inetru ment for introducing the same absolute rule into these colonies and for the taking away ot our barters abolishing our most valua Sle laws and altering fundamental y the forma 0f our government That this has been done before n our own state dooa not excuse he crime against our liberties If i citizen cannot be indictttd in the puntyjwhero tlio euppoaod ofEenao has boonCommitted it ought not to be indicted at all and that there is some overpowering reasons against presentment That the governor did not know that a suit for dam ages already lies under our laws against the slayers ii of course ex cusable as is also the repetition by him of Governor Davis idea pro mulgated in 1870 to mulet the county in damages for the death of an individualat tho hands of amob Burning the fiendish rap iefc and murderer of a sweet and innocent childjought not to pro voke us to thedestruction of our land marine of government for my part I hope the burning will be kept up until the rapine stops re oardlesa of the color of therapist ID i i did newspapers for sale at this office a Minister His Columbia S Ci Febhiary There will bo a sensationin Moth bdiet circles over the publication of a card by the Rev J J way in the State tomorrow Sever al days ago tho Rev A M way a1 relative of the former was with his wife committed to the in sane asylum It was thought that thci r i n san i ty was due to extreme religious excitement This js in dignantly denied by the Eevf J F Attaway who declares that the blasting of the in in da of hie broth erand sisterinlaw was due to the poverty and privation endured1 by tha pastor and his family whild in the discharge of his duHei and1 for which state of affairs he holda the church authorities respoiwtotty In his card he saya that the fam ily were compelled te subsist on ornbread and milk and even tliir failed late ia the fall The that Mr Attaway was appointed to this field ot labor and other fields like it for the past years by the church officials without tho right oven to complain and the additional fact that a large part of the mission appropriation preViour ly made for the work taken E fixes tho blame for this state of affairs not on him but on the inirch officials and largely ex plains tho necessities of Mr Atta The states of Mrs yivy On the Sunday of the session of the South Carolina conferenco she was scarcely restrained from walking eight miles to take the train tor Charleston the seat of the congress to declare Gods atr ger against the officials who pUced ier husband in such a condition These and other things were thought then to be in jest but are eon now to have been the of a mind driven mad Barber Pole St Louis Globe Democrat The barbers polo of the present day is a relic of the times when signs vere eigailicant in every respect of he trades carried on within Tho jilt ball at the top of the barberi 3ole is symbolic of the basin which was formerly placed under the chin f the customer for the purpose of athering his face preparatory to having The barbers were former y also surgeons and bled as well as shaved their customers The ole is therefore symbolical of the taff which was placed in the hands if a man about to be hied init hoi arm and which he grasped tightly br the purpose of increasing the low of blood The two ribbons one of red and the other of whitet around tho pole symbolize the two aadagea which were Applied to the arm one before and the other after bleeding The subdivision of la bor in modern timei has taken from he barbers their function of blood etting but the polo regains tell ngat a glance the whole history of Ue barbers trade Electric cocktails at t   

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