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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, April 09, 1894, Image 1

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Governor J S Hogg
Lieut Governor M M Or lie
Comptroller J D McCall
Land Commissioner W L SIcGauKiiey
Treasurer V B Wortham
Attorney General C A Culbervta
BnpL Public Instruction J MCarlisle
DISTEICr AND COUXTT OmCEKS
Congressman Olh district W U Cram
fetatc Sanator 27tli district E A Atlee
Boprcsentatnres 83th district tIvL sSSedy
Comity JjJgc Thomas Carson
County Attorney Au usUn Celaya
County Clerk Jo epU Webb
thenar ECForto
Treasurer C Garza
Assessor Geo Champion
Collector J A JJrowne
Surveyor Martin Hanson
Hide Inspector CTumayo
COOXTY COJllIISSIOICEKS
rreclnct So 1 AVasqaez
Precinct Xo 2 E Kleiber
PredoctXc3 F Garcia
PrecinctXu 1 P Perez
County court meets for civil criminal and pro
bate bu > ineai on the first Holidays In March June
beptcniber end December
Clii CFTTCEIiS
Mayor
Chief of Polios
Treasurer
v
fcecretry
Attorney
Surveyor
Assessor aud Collector
Thomas arson
J H KUian
tfAForsythe
JU Kingsbury
Prank leude
S Wllrooks
G AMichel
TJ a DI51HICT COUKT
The following are the facers of and the times and
places of holding courtlKir tho Western District of
Texas
U a District Judge T S Maxey
Attorney A Ji
Clerk 1 > HIIort
Jarsnal ucare
ChlerDeputy Marshal > J
Court convenes in San Antonio on the Srt lion
days in Jay and November
In Austin on the first Jondays in February a = d
July
In Brownsville on the first Jfonlay in January
and second lonlay in June
In 1 Pa o on thj nrst Mondays in April and Oc
tober
TWEXTVEIGHTII JUDICIAL DISTIUCT
Dstrict Judge 2Sh judical Oistnct J C Eu = sell
D tnct Attorney John L kleiber
listnctCerE Louis CowabJn
Dutrict Court meets as follow
Cameiw ojaiity r rst ondy in February and
al > ieanxr cuntinucss mse u two weeks
IIuUi u tAmmy iu u Jtouujys alter tiie first
jjuiLiys la oruary and aepnanbcr contmues
Btarr i unu ontli A lays tf J tho first Jon
Cjijs u oriiir and Si > tember oonuiues m
after the first Jon
Suc i w < uaty muui Jfondayn
jnd opediber continues in
uay ui rc ruiry
Ec oIOUSIa Mces
n S iflldTAP POST rort Brown
Cjminander
t xi A < j ini > ter
jjj aar0eoj
V S CtJaTOil 10Ua
John A JIca Collector
A iaoruiiAJi OiXXiAl deputy
A Aiiro je Cmef Ciers
t AiJciaou 3 ClerK
StsSlCAX CONSULATE
S FJfJlefert
A LJllgu
Jajor Henry Wagner
UtUull JuyliUilJl
l iit Vm Dvis
Consul
Acuig Cbu ji
i10 GSAXDE LODJZ NO 81 A I A St B
Aa Tirfia 7 iL Karjrmau b Vi Isidore
4 lrs 4 U L Cam secrLUry It Wlce11
aru r r J J Sitanwia D IL Walhs
J D u n Jluler Tiler Vtsinng brotirs cor
and tmrd Tuesdays
diaLj u UkL i ug = meots lirt
days LA C3 il inOULll
KSMHIS Oi 1TOXOK LODGE NO 3TJ3W F
Dnnet DitUtor ITaut Cuamp jn ce Dicta
tur il iLuiion AssisUut Dxuuue t J toinbe
Pass u Uvor J H bJarpe Pui ud1 IteTorter
U > ujoJlP eu < = r J Le by Oiude Jcse
O Wneoier tlupi i A I ua Ireasurer Joliii
ihieau tmarduui X P Lopez sentinel Lodge
meeU second and fourth ruesdays of each la au
C O O F LODGE No C IL Jfiris Noble
Orand Jluui Jlf Vice Grand John fa
ttJLkc SAretary George 51 wr treasurer IJe
at 7 JJ
LoAjc ei U etery edn = sday inrfnt
YistLig brethren and ad Odd AUo m So < xl
trtn i arecordjUy mvitedtoatteiA
JI1AH SEIZ JICS
DKiAirraisE
For Alice Texas daily at C a in
Hto Gmade City ilon
dav Wed and Friday at G a in
For Jroint Isnbel daily at 9 a in
iUUinoros ilwcico Incept huii
ataaoain
dty
AUUIVAL3
Tirom Alice Texa = daily at 10 y m
xtio Grande 1riWeekly at < pm
Loiat lbdbtfl duiy at 0 p
iratiuioros Mexico 130 p i
American Cinsul
Vice CojsoI
Clerk
S Thanliouser
J Bielenberg
Louis Sauder
ClVIL OFFICKKS
T leral Ju dffe Luciano Cer mtes
1st Insuncc Franeisco Gucrra
pSlent City Council M IJarm n
custom oFFion 3
G rnaade
Admlnistralor
o
t VvntL tor
Actin a Captain custom guards
F Argnelles
An Opportunity
cbJ farm i Cameron
To buy a ip
County ot
rrf Acr more or lesr for
OV J S000 US Cnrrencj
liis lin1 h situaUl five miles buk
from the town of San liana
has Slesquit El > ony llackheirv
and Ash timber It is alluvial soil
and easy ol cultivation
iMress
< W TTtt
8 S
PllOEESS20JiL C IIIDS
pOODRIOII MARIS
ATTORNE YSATL A W
DEALERS IN KiJAL EST AT R
Complete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The Office
IJROWNSVILLE TEX
JAMES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Office Second Floor Klo Grando Kailroad Building
Will practice in anvof the Courts Ftatc orFedcraL
Land and railroad litigation tli i investigation of
titles and itreparatiou or abstracts specialticb
j JcCAMPBELLS WELCH
LAW AXD LAND OFFICE
Established 1851
Branch Omce IUo Grande City
t Laiid ALstrr ts a Specialty
Goiirns Ousisn Tkxas
E
B RENTFRO
ATTORNEY AND
iO ON SE LORAT LAW
Will practice in all Federal and
State Courts
Brownsville Tdxis
1N0 I KLE1BER
J
ATTORNEYATLA W
Office over First Kation il Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice in any of the
courts of the State when specially
employed
A S THURMOND
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and General Land Agent
VU TORIA TEXAS
IlEXEY F IIORD 5TSSTEKSr
Hord Sterne
AT ORSYd AT LAW
Rio Grande City Texas
J It 3IONKOE J H Edwaiids
MONRAE EDYARDSS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
10 GRANDE CITY TEX
V
Jtf il AIASO >
ATTORNEY AT LA W
Jffioc Otner Levee and Elev
eiith Streef
CROW NSVIILE TEX VS
DENTIST
fiilicj Opposite Millers
Brownsville Tex
18
esse
BUWXSVILLS TLX
SURVEYOR KfllABY F03UC anil LAHQ ASEHT
Luids hlu iit and t d on cnnniis
Several truelf r r ale
in Cameron Stwrr Wehb
lli 0 and Encinal
jConntie
ti > iii
J J COOKE
Chil Etiginodr
urvey
Brownsville Texas
g W UROOKS
ARCHITECTBUILBSR
F B Armstrong
TAXIDERMIST
DEALER IN
Mexican and Southern Birds
Mammal Skin Bird Eggs
and Specimens of Nat
ural History
Cor Washington and 11th Str
BUILBSR
OFFICE Corner of Jcffrson
13th Street
and
p nMU Texas BroYnbVille
Jlii JJSlTJSEllEJlTS
DEVLEIl IN
LUMBE
elirnls Hoors Sash
ALL KINDS OF
BUILS1NG MATSAIAL
lJic very highest eath prices jiaid
for Hubs Wnol Cotton
Uinip Hair Etc
3
BROWASVIZLE TEX
b YlLU DE LlAHES
Juan H Fernandez
Comerciante en Ropa y Abarrotes
Tor Mayor y Jlenor
LOW GHRISTALERIA AR AS Y MUKICIQHES
Compra toda ciase de productos
del p is t3les cuuii tuirus
pielaF Iana algodon etc
faj ando los inejurcs prccios de la
plaza
Calle Adams y 12 equina Este
de mereado
BRO WJVSVILLE TEXAS
J BIELENBERG
GcnitAL Agest foii SonTnauf Jtxico
Mew Honie
Machines
The Best and Easiest Bnnnin
Mtchinc in tlie world Took
the Medal for superiority
at the nventColumbian
WorldV Fair
Dealer in
JEWELRY ARMS AiVd
AMMLTiSlTiOX
Commercio St ilatamoros
BEKJ K0WALSK1
MAHUFACTOBE AGEST
Merchandise Broker
1S79 E tJibIished 1S79
l prescntlnssoraeoftho leadlsRCcCeeriiidSuesr
lnoses ltlco AUIa Hour Mills Soar CUHlIe
Ftarcli ard Leaf Tobacco faetonts lii the U S
S Consigumeits Solicited
Elizabeth St lirownsville Texas
THE GROCEIi
DEALER IX
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Tinvare Crockery and
Country 1rducc
Fresh goods received by every
steamer
Fourteenth St Brov > nsville Tex
Frank Elian
LOUIS KtOTiUkSEI
CUSTOM HOUSE
AND
i
ESERGEAHBIS3
3EGEBR
BROWNSVILLE TRX
Repiesents the Largest Grocery
Uouse in the South
SELLS ALCOHOL SIN BOND
OLIVE OIL VINEC Alt
POTATOES AND
DRIED FRUITS
KEEPS STOCK ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Wiite for Terms Particulars etc
BEiiCHlKiMSE BROKE v
Consignments Solicitea
BR A IN AND MUSCLE
The GrcMtcFt Victory Which Has
EverB een Won byOiffinizcd
L a
jor
OmaliRJ Neb April 5 Oiganiz
ed hihor todny Avon itR rcitest vie
t ry when in tint United Stnttf
circuit c < mrt Jiidgo Henry C
Cddwcll ban Jed down his decision
in the United Pacific wn e sche
dule content In the long bgal
opinion this declaration of the
court stands out mott promineiiti
A corporation is organized cap
ita it is capital consisting of
money and property
Organizd labor is organized
capital it is capital consisting ol
hi nine and murcle
What it is lawful for one to do
it is lawful for tan other to do It
is lawful fi r tho stockholders aud
oilicers of a corporation to associate
and confer together for the purpose
of reducing the wages 06 its em
ployes or lor devising some other
means of making their iuresttmnts
profitable It is tqually lawful tor
organized labor to associate con
riilt an J confer with a view to
uisiiutain or increase vngep
Both Bet from the prompting
of enigbtened selfishness and the
action of both is UwTnl when no
illegal or criminal means are used
or threatened
Tlie cou it room was thronged
with railroad men at the hiur set
fur the rendering of tho decision
Theie were fow preliminaries bo
fore Judge OaldwcU began the
reading
As tho opinion proceeded the
fces of the Union Pacific official
lengthened while those of the em
ployes grew roseate as they 6iw
the drift of tho decision and began
to recogutzo what a rcnirkible
victory was in etore lor them At
its conclusion the filence becmio
ppre65ivo ami until Marsim
U bite declared a icceea not a
movement wis made on the pirt of
the spectators to break tho Ejiell
It was n dramatic ending to what
line been n dramatic eise There
wa3 not a phrsse not even a word
of legal verbiage about tho import
ant document For Judge Cald
well declared I want it to be so
p ain that even the lowliest man on
the road can understand every word
of it
When JuJge Caldwell left the
bench the leading men ot both in
teres shook bands with the lo ir
c3S jurist Mr Vroouun thanking
thu conrt tor its decision
No thanks arc mcessary Mr
Vrooman responded Judge Cald
well When i court does its dnt
clearly without tear or favor it if
not deserving of y thanks the
path wa3 well blizd al the curi
bad to do was to reiterate the piin
eiples laid down hoin Hie In gin
ning and that it has sought to do
in bis feeble way
COXEYS ARMY
St Ltniw Mo Apiil 3 Tin
experience of Consial Fnye in tie
jirgo cities and towns tbroiigb
which his anny hka jUssed atd
the liheial treatment they have
rccivcii led him to ak M y > n
Wlbriilge this ftuniing for food
for his follower The mayor de
clined to give them aid and Gen
oral Fnyo then went to Pnsideiit
Boyd of the Merchants excharge
wKr 3Sr3
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY APKIL 9 1894
jm < vv u w > r e t
50 230
Highest of all in Leavening Power Lattst U S Govt ilc rt
struction of reads rr anything else
What we want is work And a
chanco to earn our living
When asked whathia men could
do he stated that they were nil
mechanics except two who were
preachers There aro tixty seven
Knights ot Pythiia in the unny
Pittsbnrg Pa April 3 It was
ascertained that Coxoy and a large
uumbor of his followers Iihto de
cided to take a trip through the
southern states as soon as his
mission in Washington in
is fulfilled This decision was
arrived at a day or so ago and
tho trip will bo made with a viuw
of converting aa many southern
people as pposible to the idoae
ndrmced by Coxey As at present
figured bnt by Coxey it wiI
n quire the best part of two mouths
for his army or as much of it
as remains will make a trip through
Virginia North Carolina aud South
Carolinu boing joined in the latter
state by Frrye s band of Tex is
Coxeyitc = The scheme is to win
the southern farmers over to the
Coxey Browne Smith ideas When
this is completed tho task ot reform
will bu fulfilled and the army
will be diabandrd
A SHORT SCARE
N sw Yoik April 5 Tho groat
est thort scire of the year occurred
this af ernoon in the wheat unrkct
when within an hour prices phot
up 2 cents a bushel bringing May
to GG tho highest point it has
touched since early in February
Wheat had been nervous all the
forenoon and shorts v ore easily al
armed over crop damage stories
which came in thick and fast paiti
cularly fiom Kansa but heavy
long selling at midday broke prices
f to 7S and teemed to take all the
backbone out of the bulls lhu
encouraged the bears to sell short
so that when tho boom cine a lit
tie lter there was the wildest
rcramblc to cover that tho uiaiket
his witnessed in u good many days
TIe day s business footed np 12
300000 bushels
Philadelphia Tunes Tho presi
dent o messiijro is so sound aud s
clear that it could lvo no doubt
i ven had any ical doubt ever cnist
ed a to liis itflxililo detennina
foil to in siutain the financial credit
of tho United States so far as it
cm rest upon the power raiudiscfo
ticti of the azecct i tf
ASQIJTEKr PSRE
who with his uiul readineFS
startud a collection A nnm puffi
clent to supply the needs of the
arm of men temporal ily was soon
collected The strange appearance
of General Eieyo and two of hit
followers on change caused much
comment among the mcmbir and
the were frequently asked ulmt
they intended to dn when thsy
nrrived in Washington
We will ask add General
ireyc that immigratijti be atot
ped that government issue oiio
billion in money aud that we
be given employment by the con
DEVELOPING RESOURCES
Mr William Maclicn xipj the pop 1
uUr and tflicient general freight
and pueenger agent of thu Monte
rey ALxican Gulf road who ar
rived in San Antonio Tuesday from
Monterey will Jea7o this mornintr
for the City of Mexico on a ten
days business trip Mr Mackcn
xiu is regarded as one of the most
capable railroad men in Mexico
and his long jears of Ecrvice in
that country make him tioronghly
familiar with his duties ard a com
plete knowledge of the people
Mr Mackenzie stated to a reporter
for The Express yesterday that
there is great progress being made
in the development of the resources
of the rich country along tho Mon
terey Mexican G ulf between
Monterey and Tanipico and that
the truflie ot thu road is constantly
increasing
When afked as to the prospect of
railroad building in Moxico Mr
Mnckonxiu replied that he thought
there wonld bo but very little con
miction ot now lines in that conn
try during tho present year San
Antonio Express
THE SEIGNIORAGE VETO
Philadelphia Press It took ft
good while for Cleveland to get
there on the Bland bill but he got
there at last
Baltimore American Tho veto
of thu seigniorage bill is thu best
thitii in President Clevelands ad
ministrations
Philadelphia Telegraph It ia
cuirO for public congratulation that
tho Bland bill hrta not bcem per
mitted to become law Tho future
will take care of itself
Washington Post It is n strong
ly written document characterized
by peculiar terseness of statement
and at the aamo time by great
dignity and evenness or temper
Baltimore Sun It wonldbe do
ing scant jnstice to the president to
say that he has only done what hia
best friends and tho better senti
incut of the country expected him
to do
Philadelphia Record Tho presi
dentt action in vetoing tho Bland
seigniorage bill will satisfy audrcftB
sure the country Tho candor
clearness and cogency of his reason
ing will go far to relieve tho minds
nf donbters
AWARDED
Highest Honors Worldd
Fair
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