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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, February 23, 1893, Image 4

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DIRECTORY
DlSXBICT OSTICEKS
District Judge John C Russell
District Attorney John L Kleiber
District Clerk Louis Kowalski
District court commences on the
first Monday in the months of Feb
and September
County Officebs
County Judge Thomas Carson
County Attorney AgustinCelaya
Cdnnty Clerk Joseph Webb
Sheriff E CPorto
Treasurer Celedonio Garza
Assessor George Cbainpion
Collector James A Browne
Surveyor Martin Hanson
Inspector oC Hides Casiniro Tamayo
County Commissioners
Precinct 2To 1 Antonio Vasqwez
Pecinct No 3 Emila Kleiber
Precinct No 3 Fructoso Carcia
Precinct No 4 Pablo Perez
County court meets for civil criminal
and probate business on the first Mon
day in March June September and
December
City Officer
Mayor Thomas Carson
Chief of Police James H Klhan
Treasurer Alfred Thornham
Secretary M BKingsbury
Attorney Prank Feuille
Surveyor SW Jfroota
Assessor and Collector J A MicheB
OF DEPAETUEES AMD AEEIVALB OF
JtfAILS
DEPARTURE
For Alice Texas daily at 6 a m
Rio Grande City Mon
dav Wed and Friday at C am
For Point Isabel daily at9 a in
Matamoros Mexico Except Sun
day at030am
ARRWALS
From Alice Texas dally at 10 p m
Rio Grande TriWeekly at 7 pm
Point Isabel daily at 6 p m
Matamoros Mexico 930 a m
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GO TO
for
Picture Framee > Mouldings and
Mattresses Garden Benches
Gallery Chairs and the
Continental Refrig
erators etc
San Roman Building
Elizabeth Street
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
SOUTHERH PACIFIC MPUV
ATLAKTSG SYSTEM
Steamers make trips between
Morgan City or New Orleans
andJBrazos Santiago via
< JaIeston about erery
ten daySi
For further information call on or
address
HI B KINGSBURY Agent
TgENRT F HORD
Lawyer
Rio Grande City
Texas
> TBM DOOMSWOMAH
Ifyqu waat something to talk about think about and
Tripe 12 cents a pound
Pork sausage 18 cents a pound
Prrsh leaflard 12 cents per pound
B eef Jtongiie 18 to 25 cents each
Calf tongue 12 cents each
Liver 6 cents a pound
FISH
Trout 5 cents a pound
SOON TO APPEAB
in serial form in The Daily Herald
It Is a love story that
will charm and fas
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EQB1ISE1 01SaESBY
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THE CITY MARKET
The Prices of Various Articles
Sold at That Place
Below we give prices of various arti
cles on sale daily in the Brownsville
City Market The articles mention
are all home products raised by the
people of ihe surrounding country The
prices given aro jn Mexican coin which
at the present time is very low one
dollar in Mexican coin being worth
about 65 cents in currency Prices are
authoritative
VEGETABLES
Carrots 4 cents pcr pound
Beets 2J cents per pound
Cabbage 5 to 15 cents per head
Eaddishes 1 cent per dozen
Fresh tomatoes 75 cent per bucket
Lettuce 12 cents per dozen head3
Okra 62 cents per bucket
Snap beans 62 cents per bucket
Turnips 1J cents per pound
Pumpkins 1 cent per pound
Green peppers 12 cents per dozen v
Parsley 3 cents per bunch
Sweet potatoes new 3 cents a pound
Peas 75 cents a bucket
Butter beans 37 cents per bucket
Squash 25 cents per dozim
Egff plant 25 cents per dozen
Flunks
Bananas 25 cents a dozen
Lemons small 25 cents a dozen
Sugar cane 150 per 100 stalks
Eggs 25 cents a dozen
Butter country 50 cents per pound
Western 56 cents per pound
Cheese Mexican 8 cents per pound
American 25 cents per pound
MEATS
Bough cuts 4 cents perponnd
Beef roast 7 cents per pound
Beef round steak 6 fcenta per pjund
Bee surloin steak 7cents per pound
steak 7 cents a
Beef porterhouse
pound
Beef tenderloin steak 8 cents per
pound
Pork roast 10 cents per pound
Pork chops 10 cents penpound
Mutton S cents per pound
Cat fish 3 cents a pound
Sheeplmid 5 cents a pound
Crabs 12 cents per dozen
Oysters 100 per hundred
GVME X
Tenison 5 cents ier pound
Chicken ivo 25 centn eiuh
Buck wild 6 to 8 cents erch
Ueesu Wild 12 cents each
Jack snipe 75 cents per dozen
Pniallbiids 12 cents per dozen
Papabots 75 cents per dozen
Xp W SEABURi
ftTTBB3Er IT b KD Hb BT PuBUC
Office on Levee Street two doors
from Eleventh
Will Practice in aUffitfe
State SlidFederal g v
The Knights of Hfc 1 Lodge
No 3730 meets the 2nd aSj 4tL
Tuesday of each nth
HERBERTSHEEWOODi
Reporb
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The Twicea Week St Lo
Republic will be sent free for one
before
to sending
year any person
March 1 1893 a club of three new
yearly subscribers with three dol
lars to pay for the same TheRe
public goes everywhere and is the
most popular paper published in
America Its readers get the news
half a week earlier than it can be
had from any weekly paper while
its Literary Agricultural Womens
and other depnrtmenta are nnsur
p sstd It tills the wants of every
the and should
Hogs headcheese 12 cents a pound be read in every household Yon
o j i loan get three new subscribers for it
a few minutes effort Try it
by
nt oneo and see how easily it can
be done If yon with a package of
sample copies write for them Cnt
out this advertisement and send
with your order Address The St
Louts Republic St Louis Mo
Do You Want A Sewing Machine for Noting
AD OUR OFFEB
To anyone sending us ten yearly subscribers Ten 1000 Bollara
a yeareach Mexican coin to TIIE DAIfcY HERALD we
wiirpresent them with a new FortyFive 4500 Dollar J
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AMERICAN UNION
SEWING MACHINE
Jwt think V You can go to toorh and in a o dags make a
4500 Sewing Machine Ten subscribers toTHEDAlLJHERALD
will do At Go to work You cant lose anything
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Think How Cheap
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Sxport Pearl 3X Beer
San Antonio Brewing Association
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