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The daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, October 27, 1892, Image 1

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Robert DaUeli M B Kingsburv engagements in Kansasowingto ili0 Bnrkhalter Co of New York
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Emile Kleiber J
For President
GRQVER CLEVELAND
Of New York
For Vice President
ADLAIE STEVENSON >
Of Illinois
DKJIOCUATIC ELECTOE8
At Large Dudley G Wooten
Jake 0 Hodges
1 District Joe F Randolph
2 James I Perkins
3 John S S pinks
4 Rohert R Lockett
5 Alvin 0 Owsley
6 Henry P Brown
7 Waller S Bakery >
8 Lee Riddle
9 Robert II Ward
10 George F Burgess
11 Robert W Stayton
12 EUsberry R Lane
13 Alden Bell
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For Govurimr
GEORGE CLARK
of McLennan County
For LieutenantGovernor
C hi ROGERS
ot Tmvis County
For Attorney General
e a Mcdowell
of Coryell C uury
For Cnnptroiltr
ETHAN ALLEN
of Martin County
For Treasurer
TJ GOIJEE
of Cherokee C > uiity
Com ot the General Land Office
W C WALSft
of Travis County
For Supt ot Public Instruction
JACOB BICKLEK
f > Galveston County
or Judtes First Supreme District
For Chief Justice
C C GARRETT
of Washington County
For Aesoaiate Jn6ti3es
FRANK A WILLIAMS
of Houston County
H CLAY PLEASANTS
of DeWitt County
For Congress 11th Diatrict
WILLIAM HENRY CRAJN
of DoWitt County
For State Senator 23rd District
E A ATLEE
of Webb County
The Royal Prerogative
Berlin Oct 22 To mark the
christening day oE the infant prin
ce 8 400 women who were im
prisoned for varioiiB offense hare
been released and there is conso
quently much rejoicing among the1 most notable events of the social
erstwhile prisoners and their iamseasou in which it took place The
iieB couple wunt to Parifj where Valerie
The ceremony of christening the w e k ° rP in 1887 Then Mrs
infant princess born September 131 Padelferd oame home to Washing
took plane this afternoon
ExSenator Ingalls has been
comoelled to cancel several of his
Jess Whatever Chappie may be
JL Harrison Mat For Cleveland
Greenwich Conn Oct 16
During the several visits that ex
President Cleveland has made here
this summer he has receivedhun
dreds of presents from manufac
turers ot campaign paraphernalia
The gifts are of great variety and
Mr Cleveland now has a large coP
lection He receives all the latest
designs in campaign buttons ban
nere and badges and photographs
otliinibclf and President Harrison
and only e few days ago he got a
Harrison and Reid songster
In many instances the exPresi
dent has been obliged to pay the
expreps charges but he does so
cheerfully
One afternoon recently while
Mr Cleveland was sitting on the
veranda of Mr Benedicts lmnd
sutue house amusing Baby Ruth
an express delivery wagon drove
into the jard The driver took an
oval shaped pasteboard box from
the wagon and delivered it to Mr
Cleveland who upon opening the
box found a large Grandfathers
Hat with these words painted on
ihe crown in large letteiv Theres
nothing in it
The members of the Benedict
family and M Cleveland who
were watching the proceedings
from the house remained iileut
woiMienngwlmt the ex President
would do with tl piece Then
they nan him m reli up and down
the vesaiida with a cane orer his
shoulder and Giancl atheis Ilat
upon it amusing the baby with
Hurrah for Harrison Ruth Ilur
rah for Harrison
Philadelphias Social Sensation
Piiiadelphii Pa Oe 22
Through a suit against her father
which a very aristocratic kittle girl
from Washington named Valerie
Padulford brought in the court of
common pleas the fact comes to
light that Mr Padelford has uot
lived with his wife or daughter lor
four years Valeries father Ar
thur Padulford a wealthy south
eruer marriedMss BettyOld way
daughter ot General Albert Ord
w y chief of the ordnance bmean
at Washington iu 1S85 General
Ordway b aa supported Valeriefor
near five years Now he thinks
it isabout time she should derive
a little benefit from her fathers
25000 income and he has there
lore brought suit through his
giaudchild
The wedding of Miss Ordway
and Mr Padelford was one of the
ton her
with her
700000
husband did not come
The wholesHle grocery house of
be lsnE o > cqU Bes How do Mayor J H Robinson a How
Collection on all points promptly
TOade and remitted Bills of exchange you know Jess He nearly always ard County kwyBrwill nine Schurz c
air ou ril pfincipal = cities beSin Mb sentence have hall a months inijail for Extorting illegal was a dri
drawn mrecii mind > New York Herald pension iecs couataaDd
arougaeut the worid
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SterrtWs fery Latest
Houston Post
Hon R M H ll is in the city
and yesterday teld an admiring
group of friends abont a vi w he
bad of the Grand Army parade in
Washington
He took it in fjom a window of
a second story and in the adjoiu
ing window the inimitable Bill
Sterritt sat And he sat in silence
for a couple hours while rank after
rank of veterans marched past
seemingly never to cease till near
ly all the 80000 in col nun had
gone by Then he broke the si
lence Dick said he that story
the old Confcdain Texas have been
telling about shooting and killing
yankeea ia all a lie They are ali
here alive and walking I dont
believe theres a Named thing bur
ied over yonder at Arlington ex
cept horses and mules
Serious JEarthquttke
i London Oct 23 The Stand
ards correspondent at Odessa say
that five villBgea near rlntais in
Trans Caucasia have been destroy
ed by earthquake Many lives are
reported out So far the bodies of
twentyseven persons have been re
coveied from the ruins of dwelings
and other buildings It isbelieved
many bodies are yet to be found
lilldley ffooten in Illinois
Chicago 111 Oct 22 Hon
Dudley G Wooten presidential
elector at large for Texas1 has ar
rived and will speak in Illinois and
Michigm for democracy He speaks
at Freeport tonight filling Gov
ernor Palmers appointment who
is sick It is a big meeting and
much is expected of the Texas or
ator
WIT JUVIi MUMOR
Did Mr Pimpernickel dance
with you Thats what he called
it Chicago News
What part will Slimhrain play
in The Tomrest Thuudar I
think Inter Ocean
A Mean mangeneraly feels bet
ter when he meets a man who is
more of a rogue than he is Rams
Horn
Forrester How time does fly
Lancaster I dont blame it Think
how many people there are trying
to kill it Brooklyn Life
Did MiisPhrewziecreateagood
impression at the amateur theatri
cals Oil yes She wore her per
fectly lovely pink silk Chicago
Newsw
She I honestly believe the lova
making on his part is real He I
shouldnt wonder I hear that her
diamonds are genuine Indianapo
IPs Journal
With Blueher at Wdferiom
Quincy 111 Oct W T Wan >
drey aged 90 an inmate of the
p 6or farm at Coalsbnrg was found
hanging by his neck in a room this
morning He came of a noble fain
ily in Germany and emigrated tn
this country at the same time Carl
came over in 1845 He
drummer boy in Blnchers
at Waterloo
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BROWNSVILLE CAMERON COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY EVEIOTGr OCTOBER 27 1892
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The Ballon Ganges Slayers j
Coffeyville KasOcL20 Six
officials of the Missouri Kansas
and Texa Rr tilroad Company are
here this afternoon to distribute
the 5000 that company gives on r
account of the extermination of the
Dalton gang They decided 4o
give each of the families of the four
murdered citizens 1000 and di
vide the remaining 000 among
five other citizens John Kloehr be
ing one of the five The relief V
fund with this contribution amounts
now to 10975
Jl Reply To Gladstone
London Oat 20 Prof Gold
win Smith has written a letter
which is published in the Times to
day commenting on Mr Glad
stones recent article on hom rule
in the last issue of the North Amer
ican Review Prof Smith says that
among educated Americans the
traditional hatred of England is
dead Among the masses it is
Tying out but what remains is kept
alive by newspapers stimulated by
protectionists n their own interest
Hatred ot everything British ia
affected by Americas politicians
for the sake of ilie Irish vote Con
tinning Prof Smith says I have
yet to sec the American who really
cares for the Irish cause or who
clearly understands the meaning of
home rule Americas pretended
love for Mr Gladstone is nothing
but hatred of England Americans
cannot help in their heartsspurn
ing the Englishman who while
holding Great Britains highest
trnst stabs her character in a for
eign press
Were Married at the Fair
Hope Ark Oct 20 The Hope
Fair is not without romantic inter
est Todry James F Pace a lead
ing mill man of of this county and
Miss Saraatitha Cohoarn were mar
ried in the presence of 1000 spec
tatore Theweather was fine and
several good races added interest to
the remaining features
The Cotton Wage Reduction
London Oct 20 Several thous
and cotton operatives at Heywod
in Lancashire hove been given
notice by the mill owners that their
wages will be reduced 5 per cent
two weeks hence A strike will
probably result
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Husband and Wife Found Heal
Wayuo Io Oct 20 Mr and
Mrs John Sells were found de ad
at their home in Swedesburg this
morning having been overcome by
gas from a heating staves Mr Sells
was found under the bed and his
wife on the floor near the door
which she had evidently tried to
reach
Lady Yon had better wait up
for the mater to night Thomas
and if he is very tired yon might
help him to bed Thomas Yes
maam but hadnt John better stay
up along with me eaiiBe when the
master is very tired hes awfully
lively and strong Lady Just aV
you please Thomas Pick Mq
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