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The daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, July 14, 1892, Image 3

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ADVERTISING KATES
Precinct o 4 Pablp Perez
County court meets tor ci il criminal
andhrobate bitsiiu ss on the fi < st Mon
day in ilarch June iepttmbw find
December
Cry Offjceks
ilayor Thomas Carson
Chief of Police James U Klhan
T bisarer Alfred Tuomham
Seaetary M B King mry
Attorney FrAnk Fcuille
r
TQ CUJt0J0 lTES
Announcements
5 will be published iu
we Herald t the following rat s
Congressional and senatorial S5
Bepresentative and District S10
County officers So
Pra nct officers 3250
To
insure publication candidates
1 would always accompany their an
nouncement with the cash
ANNOUNCEMENTS
For JOistrUl ltlorncyf
Wi aee iciHOBiiED to annouq the name of
L Kuebek as a candidate tor election to the
ofKjtrict Attorney of this the 5Sth Judicial
I Kfcfct
UTVLf LOCALS
For the benefit of some ot our read
iJ ja C iittfc f
THl
U ten 9t8 per line t l
t tdTtrtlsV3 jjjjy juo jj D jQev J3roW IlS
SnSritiSt ch gitbwa oonu per Uouseon Eleventh street
eeidiiEseition Ben Kowalski will move his office to
inorow from the old Post office build
lSSST IS tottKbwhkl buying
aci communicatioa must be accompsnicd he f
tempar tu re o I oday his been
ttiiiaeofiiwtuornotfor publication on mxilUlim Ofljj lninimilni 7B8 houth
js t libutasa suarauteeof good faith
wind witl of 18
1ib W actitto suture appear velocity
nMUcoimnuiacttlonHtUc nglit Is reserved to per ho F
athenceoTthewrilr shov V ccsgjt7t
fDrwcbdislostrc I The steamer Clinton is expected at
Brazos during the afternoon She
bKtib Biwhpilpaoti eeWetUlppapor reg S iletl from bUiVtibtun at 130 111
p
arfrpe specif requested to nutt tto ottc
terorir perJU Auuch cmaiaints wiU
Tu
repromptBttcs oa and insnrc better aurrQO The IllililllUOth CflmVP at Plltpgnaia
ieeifuj xlrug store i netring the end and wil
probably burn down today Tlie can
STJBSCKJP TION RATPS die was five feet and eleven inches in
mq 1 ngth w en first lighted and has
Wn5h V VV oJuO burned about seventyhours
ta Month
A very paid ul if not fatal arcdem
liapp n d to a little 4yearsold Mexi
j can i ojr yt terday afternoon I y hieh
he may lose nn eye The little lillow
IF DEPARTCEES ami ARKjyAlS OF whiie playing in fro t of his houjp on
jAdmi sreet ran too near a hor e
and va kicked in the eye
The fo lowing art cles are shipped to
1 Xew Yorlc City by steamer
lMi
e Month
DFPAUTIKF
EorAice Toxus daily at
a m
Putpgnat has all the latest summer ment must with in four months after
drink i the pubieation of this notice make
j Go to Botlca del Leon and got an ice kioAvn lo as e eir TfSlS
vnting and within six months lrom
creams ida
j ihe datefdiis notice Glsjhiir claims
tdvertisencnts One dollar per inch We a e sojry to < am of the illness prescribed by law ith tjas under
c ce
5aEeruon5o isi < T to bi aBent of our townsmen Mr XI E Wood sgned who resides at Brownsville
cr wi l rato cirrn on monthly quar
sp hosjse Texas which is ako his postofice ad
urcS
Mr Louis IvowrtLski iiiis moved his
Clinton
to Grande Rty Jon ks J Mn R Armemli2 J5
Wed sind Friday at0 a ju
ihv at z m ee lude = 2o0sa ted bpef hides 0 bales
For Ioint Jsrbeh daiy
Matamoros Jltsico KACrptSun horse hair 8 b des goat skins 7 bales
jL at J20 a m daer skns 4 btle kips and calve bkiirs
3 ales wild h g skins 2 balos kid
AKRIVAIS
i
skins 8 bults horse hair
m t i mi m
From Alice Texas dsulf p
ltio Gfa ile TriWeekly at 7 tun 0 ly one case w s tried before U h
Ioiut Isabej daily at 15 Coimni sinnerTilghnvm to day Teo
u Mat njoi03 ilexico 930 ji m doro Castillo was examim d lor receiv
v 2 jn2r biiiup led wool aid remanded to
r yjr rpi r 7 j jajl in d lailt of ha1 Castillo is the
JJJi > l2jj vJjLaJ man hose hor e was shot from under
> Okkicebs himn the nuht of the 11 inot by
DisTitiOT
District JutUt John Russell lnspocsor Dominguez while attempi
Mrict Atlornpy 1 r Turnr > tf o ar est him
JJistrictClerk Louis Kowalski
District court imminences on the
ant XoKdyy iafUo woutt of Feb
a Sqittiuber
CorxTV Offic us
County JwJg E C Forto
Comty A tormy A gust n di a
Countv Clerk JrtSepli Webb
Skiriff is A Brito djy
Treasurer CvleUonjo Galzt
Jsstaaor Jeorge Champion
Jaiueri A
ull clw tJrownit
itT
I this in
T ll rd Tning
John f <
rarveyor
Itft3pi sox of Hjdes Casimiro Tnmajo
Co3r > nssjxfctcis
PEHSfiNALS
T L Putegua left for the Point to
day
dayMn
Mn < Smith wick dcpirtetl for the
Loltrt this morning
County Attorney Augustin Celaya
imde a Iiumiiss trip to the Point to
Mr i I ess and John 3JB A lltn w re
among the pasaeng rs for the sea shore
A large crowd of Maiamoros people
purchas d tChets itr the biinmier te
sort tuis morning
lrecinctXo 1 Antonio Vaznuez i
t
Mrs Garr jri who has been on a
Carson
Precinct 02 Thomas
Prtciuct Xo H Nanjso Cantu I visit t the civ return d to her home
at this Poiit today
Pancho Revabiu o and Mariano Tie
vifjo boardod the morning train to
get a whiff of Halt air
Cm > f Clerk Geo Mure of the cus
tom house and his llttl son Charlie
spent tue day on the toast
Bob Rentfro Jr went down on the
Arain tins morning to see the hone
folks who are there for the tummer
Mrs Stein left for Point Isabel this
Surveyor Assessor 7r Y T VV 3J Brocks heliLira morning Q to isreturnng met her daughter home from Mhs
New Orleans where she has been at
tending school for the past year
Mr Solomon Aheim tells the Her
ald that he will retire from business
here and will shoitly move to ftew
Laiedo It is not a matter of importance G
to us whether Mr Asheim goes or not
but s some people seem to think that
we have lied about it we make this
correction to sustain our reputation
for truth and fair dealing
JTOTJCF TO CREDITORS
The Stat of Tkxas
Cojjntt of Cameron S
To the creditors of Martin G y Gu
tierrez Your are here uotiQed that
Martin G y Gutierrez of tie County
of Cameron x > n the 2nd day of July
A D 1892 executed a deed of assign
ment conveying to the undersigned
SSS 0 S Ms property for bene of
to
Mre Erausse is agent fpr Otts
Tombstones
such of his jcreditors as will consent
iccept their proportional share of his
estate and discharge him from their
respective claims andlhat the under
J who donot get the daily papers signed accepted said trust and has
publish several columns about fhe uiy qualified as required by law All
Wfi estead Pa strilo n iiMVa consejting to said assign
Witness my hand this 2nd day of
July A D 1892
H Gqodrich Assignee
Dates for Twfrers Examinations
Depahtvest of Educatiqk I
Austin Tkas May la lJ ± J
TiiP leguhyr Teachers Examina
tions will be held on the third Friday
and tlie following Suiurduy in Fet
mary April June August geptem
uer and JMovemner
tipetial examinations may be
heJd on the third Friday und the f ol
lowing Satuiday of any othej month
except July provided noXice is givn
the Statu Superintenxjint at least
two weeks before the day the said
examination is to begin
No questions for th se special ex
aminatiens will be sent to any county
exotst nc the request of the county
aiipirinteudent or coumy iudge
Mot respectfully
J M Carlisle
State Superintendent Public In
structi n
hiltlc Wavelttn
Point Isabel July 13 There
is very little news at the sea shoie
Schooner Mario Isabel is still at
Brazos weather humid The wind
has been so strong and bar t < o
rough tor tlie Santiago to row her
tu sea the past two d ts May be
able to git h ° r out tu dnfternuuii
The schooner James Andrei
which left Jiere a month ago for
Tuxpati w th a cargo of salt arrived
yesterday with a cargo of 200
ruriles from Tampc to Mr F
lraniga of litis place The turtles
M biuvc put in ft pen The ves
sel wll remain in quarantine for a
number o d 5 and undergo fnm
iixutiui and after her release she
will return to Tampico for another
load
Mr V F Dennett came down
vceterJiy to join Oapt Culumings
party at I ivzos
J 15 Weill E q airived here
mi tin morning train tu spend a
few days with hi family
Mr M IL Cross und family are
here for a week
The weather is clear with a brisk
southeast breeze just right for sail
ing parties and tt is being taken
iidvantag of by our visitors
Capt E J Kenedys family and
Mr DAbailies family an quarter
ed ut Bimzos for the summer
Occasional
The democrats nf Web h connty
endorted Judi e Earnest for con
rgress but the Judge refused the
honor and moved the adoption of a
resolution ins ructing delegates to
the con < rte8sionul convention to
vote for Crain The county also
instructed for Clark
ClarkOTTS
for
Furniture
Picture Frames Mouldings and
Mattresses Garden Benches
Gallery Ohairs and the
Continental Befrig
erators etc
San Koman Building
Elizabeth Street
jcredito RROWKSYILLE T EX AS
> jite8LJ uiib jfcv J
h > itW E
w < rrfs > FPaiir TiT v i > bjmgipv
DEALER IJT THE EE3T BRANDS OF
IilPOUTED AND DOMESTIC
Wines Liquors and Cigars
FAMILY TRADE SOJIQLTED
ELTZABETII STREET
111 m n n
A J BLOOMBE <
5i Worth Street tnv Yoi k
o DEALERS INo
BROWSVII LE IESAS
i JL EAPEAEL
Brownsvilte tTe afl
oDEALEES TXo
ALL EUROPEAN GOODS KEPT
IN CTJR MATAMOROS HOUSE
Dry Goods Staple Goods Boots
Shoes a d Groceries
Ill MsHats Caps Sliirts and Drawers Koiions and Family Brace
pgTiMttil Orders Promptly Attended To
Brownsville
DRT GOODS
Brownsville Texas
D
Texas
GROCERIES
Maiamoras Meiico
Wholesale Merchants
OF
FRUITS CANNED GOODS TEAS COFFEE CHOCO
LATES FINE CANDIES CRYSTALIZED FRUITS
CAKES DRIED AN D FRESH FRUITS GARDEN
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS FURNITURE
M ATTING CROCKERY GLASS WARE
AND FINE LAMPS
Large supply of Staple and Fancy
Groceries always on hand
Jarreda I Bra
j
s
Pry Goods Boots Shoes Hats
and Notions H
Winchester Arms and Am
munition
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