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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, May 12, 1894, Image 1

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fetroHer JDSIcCall
Mr Coitrfcisalenerv jOff L McGanghe
Fearerer P B WortBain
gtorzHy Geeerai 13 A Cfelberaoc
tot Nubile Instruction5 JL CarH8a
jg DISTRICT 3JD COCXTT OFKCKKS
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sto Senator27Uidctri < AAUce
TWaetlatives 85thdistrict w Seoy
Carson
nnty Attorney AcgostinCclaya
nntJOlerl JosephWebb
er r < E XForto
eastrer Ct3area
t CkUEfian
A Browne
Irreycr Martin Hanson
da teapeetorv t C Tarcayo
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oonctSoM AV seGes
eciactSo2 SKnbw
ijecteitScS F Garcia
xicctSo4 P Terei
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ITounty cocrt meets for eira ertminai and pre
re WrsmeSB on the first Kondaje in March lane
s Eecember
iSrteartier
j KTS OFFICES
aytfT Thomas Careen
idtt of lolic8 V Tareayo
bckjt C AFersjtk
jtatyi JfB Kiagsbury
ttorney > v Wi H JfasCE
rveyor SWBrooVs
sorand Collector Valdez
U SC4STE ICTCOUKT
iths ro Hortirjj are the officers of anl te limes cai
sea of holding court for the Western District of
T S Maxoy
KETAns
rk D K Eart
irakal KC Ware
lefDepetrSCarehal i J B Waller
brt contecesrhi SanAntcnlo on the tret Hon
to Jfay and Ko vember
Java
I Anatin on he nrst AOEdavs In Fefcrtfarr aad
Tnlj
BrowiKTias en Iheirst JSTocaiy in January
r d eecon4 > onday in June
4H Taso en the first Mob Jays in April tndOc
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TWESTtEIGETE JCDlCtS DISTEICT
Jstrtct Jadge SStfcjcdlottJ istrlct 1 C EimscB
strict Attorney t John fcKleiber
ttilcsCiert o Louis Ecwakld
piitrictCoBrtinests as fcUrfwer
faaron County First KoadaysinFebrturryaad
oontinaeaiB sektion two weefcs
ptciaeer
i gu y cty Foarth Mendays ailsr the first
wendayi In r rrauryandSejtombcr coctrooes
fa two Weeirs
session
irr Ceanty Sixth xi l va sf cr the st son
lays In February and September continaes in
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faces Connty > Sintc Sbtdaystftep thenrst Jfoo
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f ays in Febrcary and September continues
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MIUTAIIT r05T rcrtEmrc
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ttaatder H < ifaJorSetey Washer
i r tii < rt H3 Goldman
Scrgeon vCapt Jc B Davis
TJSCUSTOXJiCVSS J
i Hfeliei v OsBectjr
Taornhsife v Special Deputy
ABrorhe w ti ChiW clerk
> 8olden Kntry Cork
XEXICAX CONSULATE
lerlco Sorre3 Cfcrtsul
> GOASES LODGE SO tl K 1 t A B
iTamraa WM S Dworraana W Wdore
Fark J W B L Cain Secretary B DaEeell
N Natansoa a D K K Wani3
treasurer
i D O W Miller Tyler Visltusg brothers cor
oUlyiurited Ixxlge meets first and third Tces
ays in each month
I tGETS OF EOKOR tODGE NO 3TI9 V F
f tennett Dictator Frank Champion Vice Dicta
r S Hansen Assistant Dictator JOorebe
< ist0ictator J BSa rpe Finintid Reporter
i Shenroud Becorder Jf Leahy Grade Jesse
i Wheeler Chaplain A Teat Treasnrr ohn
ibietan Osardiaa M F l > oi > ei SectineL Lodge
of each month
AeeU socoad and fourth Tuesdays
< O F LODGE So C H Xaris XoWe
Vand WOhani A Neale Vice Grand John G
hicke George Moore treainrer The
Secretary
Ijdge meets every Wednevidty rdght at 730
Lutingbrethronand all OJd Fellow In good
jandidt are cordially invited to attend
JMIII SERflCE
r DSPAKTUKB
i r Alice Texas daily at 6 a m
f J Rio Grande City ilon
day Wed and Friday atC ani
JpT Point Isabel daily at 9 a m
ilatamoros iLwcico Except Sun
ARRIYALS
ifem Alice Texas daily at 10 p m
IriWeekly at7
fi llio Grande pm
ioint Isabeldaily at 0 p in
ilatamoroj Mexico430 p m
day
> 1 T iMOROS DIRECTORY
at tf30 a in
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Iijjyjf Oliver Bicks
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CIVTI OFFICERS
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ederalJudge Luciano Gervantes
Judea 1st Instance Francisco Guerra
Wident City Council 31 Barragan
fthief of Police E Pipiia
1H Tax J 1 Zolezzi
illector of State
tfeiUr aump Tax A A Passcmant
3llr city tax R de los fcanWs Coy
CUSTQiia OFFICERS
lvnni iDlstrador GFernandez
ontador J Olivo
Acting as Ciptam custom guards
F Arguelles
Opportunity
So buy cheap farm in Cameron
County ot t
lese to
tfr Acres more or
> UO S1000 II S Currency
Eiis is situated five miles back
iis land
from tha town o San Maria
has Mesquite Ebony Hackbeiry
and Ash timber H is alluvial soil
and gasy of cultivation
jdreES 1 j > 1 j
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PROFESSIONAL < CRS > S
pOOPRICH MARJS
ATTORNEYSATL A W
DHAtSHS IS KKAZ ESTATB
3oinpiete Abstracts of Cameron
Oonntj Sept in Tiie Office
BROWNSVILLE TEX
TAKES B WELLS
ATTOR Er AT LAT
Brovanstille
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Office Second Floor Eio Gracae Ba2rcsd Beling
Will practice u an1 otlhe tScrarSs Hate or Federal
land and railroad litigation the Investigation of
titles and preparation of ebatrScts spoctsHies
j cCAMPBELLS Y ELCH
LAW xsd LAND OFFICE
Established 1851
Brancli OSce Eio CrsndeCltp
rj Laiid Abstracts a Specialty
CoR tJ6 ChEIST TKXAS
B EEHTFRO
ATTORNEY AND
OGNSELORATLAW
Will practice ia ail Federsl and
State Cytircs
Brownsville Texas
1NO I ItLEIBER
ATTORNEYATLAW
Office over First National Bank
ilrownsrille Texas
Will practice in any of the
cotirte of thi State when speciallj
employed
A S TIUJRONp
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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andGeneral Land Agentv
Victoria texas
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Hexev P Hord A G STEKNE
Hord Sterne
ATOREYAT LAW
Rio Grande Vity Texas
T < E 2IOXIOE
J IL EmvAKDS
jrOXIlTSE EDWARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
II0 GRANDE CITY a EX
r 11 MASON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Uffige 0 ner Leee and Elev
enth Street
BROWNSVILLE TFXAS
JOHN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will practice in the Federal and
Mate Conns
Icio Grande City Texas
G H Thorn
DENTIST
Office Opposite tiers Hofe
Brownsville Tex
PilililfiJ
BBOVW3VTLLS TLX
SURVEYOR NOTARY PUBUC and LAND AGENT
Lands bonght and eold on comtnifl
sion Several tract for sale
in Cameron Starr Wolib
HiiraJso and Encinal
or
CotnitiiF
3 J COCK
Civil Engineer j
Jirownsville Texas
P B Armstrong
TAXIDERMIST
DEALER IN
Mexican and Southern Birds
Mamnal Skin Bird JSggs
and Specimens of Nat
ural History
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I0BE1I STEhlP UK
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ATLANTIC SYSTEM
Steamers make rips between
Morgan City or New Orleans
and Brazos Santiago ria
Galveston abont every
tea days
For further information call on 01
atldreFS
H B K6SBURT aent
J BIELENBEHG
GESEnU Aoest It3K Xosthess Jexico
New Home
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DEALER IN
LUMBER
Doors Sasft
ALL X1KDS Of
BUILDING MATEASAL
The very highest oath prices paid
for llidts Wool Cotton
IS
ornf
Hair
achmes
E eiest Rnniiin <
Machine in the woild Took
tiie Medal for superiority
fit tinr ent Columbian
W0111Fair
Dealer in
JEWELRY ARMS AND
AMMUNITION
Commercio St JIatamoros
BEST J KQWALSKi
MANUFACTURE AGENT
Merchandise Broker
1S79 E tablishod 1S79
KcpresentinRRomeofthn leadlnj Ooffecind Socar
houscE luce Jills Flonr JUils Soa i > Candle
Ftarrh ar4 laf Tobacco factories in the C S
Consignments Solicited
Elizabeth St Brownsville Texas
THE tiROCEA
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DEALER IN
Wm
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Fancy and Staple Groceiies
Tinware Crockeri and
Country Irduce
tS Fresh goods received by every
steamer
Fourteenth St Broibnsville Tex
hampion
EEliKEE
J3ROWXSVILLE TEJT
Represents the Largest Grocery
House in the South
SELLS ALCOnOL IN BOND
OLIVE OIL VINEGAR
POTATOES AND
DRIED FRUITS
KEEPS STOCK ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Write for Terms Particulars etc
CUSTOM HOUSE
AND
MERCHANDISE BROKER
Consignments Solicitca
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SAN ANTONIO TO BROWNS J
An Interview Willi tiie Lawyers
Having tjre Project m
Gi rfji
San Antonio Express
As pubioliLd a few days Hfjo in
the Express thtTe hits ccriain well
known El6tcrn < Jlital ttq wlioliivt
been in tire city during lhe p st
two weeks were Inre for tlie piir
pitsrti t > toneidiriiig th j dvidnlility
of cniistmctiig a railioail from here
to x3rui7Ti > villit Learning that
Mteers Simpsuti oj Onion attor
neys of this citj could in all
probability throw some li ht on
the Fti j ct a rrpirtcr called ht
tire law oJliue of the gentlemen
tunned in the KM ipnr nn Uiiltliu < d
r rMeity and with propertirconraneiiuiit
Mr Onion ws lownd mid the
n porter dtked
It is rumored said the reporter
that your linn is in Kss tetion ol
fact ciiirceniing the cutietrnction ot
the Rrowncvil e Railroad which
would be < ood news to the people
of San Antonio and the South
1
west
It is tjuito true replied Mr
Onion liit wo are in prossission
ot certain information which we
apprehend will bo welcome newe
to the people of this city and
eeitainly not less so tothe people
of tliKt etction ol the Sut lyinji
S uthwert of hire vhose want ot
rail 10ui facilities is to well known
Wo have ben at voik continued
Mr Onion in a quiet way
the r < prefenfatives of certain Eiict
ine < pitiil ts as well as promiiiLiit
citiZfiia for some time pat The
tme has now ariiyed when tln
pLpple cn be taken into confidence
There arc of course certain mat
tci8 thatcntiuot just at present be
saed Rut in the main the re
sult of the investigations of the
icntleiucn who hav had the matter
f the building of a railroad from
this city to a point Eouihwtbt can
he jjiven
In the first pliice it can b >
ntated dtfiuttely as a settled fact
that these cntlcm < ru are satisfied
with the pro ict to build a riilioad
from Srfii Antonio to the southwest
piovidedproper encouragement e
given by the people of this city
and thoac who Jive adjacent to the
proposed line of rosd
Between what points aked
the reporter u your people wish
wibh to build the road
Uur people believi said Mr
Onion that a road south we 1 mu
lling through any of the counties
between the Aransas Pars Road
ui the east and the International
Great Nortern Ro d on the
wept would pay 1 can sy that
it has hem determined to make
a proposition tj the people oi
Ilcnsjuton and Atascosa county
first us well as the people of
San Antonio In fact our people
have had a representative in Atas
cosa county and reliable citizens
of that county iulorin us that
Atascosa Cutiuty will give 75000
for the road If Atascosa people
can do this certainly the citizens
of San Antonio will do as well
Wi h this amount subscribed by
jhc people of Atascosa county Htul
the people ot San Antonio and
13xar county I am authorized tt >
say that the road from Pleasant is
ill assured fact
From Pleasmiton what route
will the proposed road t k ask
ed the reporter tt
Tli il il ddpsiid I rjfely en tff e
BEOWNSYILLE TEXAS SATURDAY AY 12 1894
encotirHgcment onr people arc offer
ed Two or thrte toutes are incon
toniplrtioti and lire one will be ec
lected along tho litre of which the
must eiioinrHgement is offered
Other things being txjunl the gen
tlctsen interested in the vnterpiiee
pri for the general IKecs and inn
they will be retained t this cud of
rhernad
Without intending in the feast
continued Mr Onion to disparage
ny other ro d or route it is believ
ed that the one proposed to be huil
by our people will result in more
good to the people of San Antonio
than any otliei In the firt > t place
uiHiiy of our citizens aic financially
interested in lauds and oilier prop
eriy along the proposed line Again
it would open up an entirely new
field lor our wholesale nieichants
It opens up an tntirely new cotto
ny to our people and the road pue
mir as it will throu < rh such a ferti c
iSl V tO
h l
HighestcTall in Lcavcring Power Latest US < 3oVVtR Grt
TI1E COXEYITES
it
ir
ArcOarape in V jrshington Ciry
PclitFcal New
t
From Oirr regular torrespendent
Washington May 7 l9i
ehine hops to bo located in thU Well Oo eya army haa been in
Washington a Wuifc Tfiey aro
catepid in a spot that pljysicians
declare to he dangerous to health
and iif < and from which Ooxey
has removed his horses hrt none
of the five Imndrcd odd men have
died alhongh some cf tlicra havo
had to be sent to the hospitak Tho
nceipte 11 otn admissions to tlio
eacip twenty five cents is charg
ed and fiom individual contribu
tfous have so far been Biifiicient to
feed the men but as botl iaVe bo
gun to fall off and the number of
men in Camp is constantly iucreaS
ing this condition of ati airs may
not 1 st iirnch longer Lnrge ac
ccssiQtib to the 8rmy arc esptcted
ngion will be ol untold benefit to tI veuk > TJiere mnol bco thtJ
slightest disturbance between the
police audjhe arni3since the ar
rest of Cose Urowne and Jones
for attempting to speak on the
Capitol step Tac p lice court has
been crowded f > r three days to
hear tjie r trial and hoy hvo had
ascouuseJ besides Jccal lawyers
Senator Alien RndRepreecntativcB
Pence of Colorado IIu laon of
KiiiEcs Sibley of Pennsylvania
llaiucr of Nebraska add Van
Yoqiliis of N Y Tho triai
is expected lo end this afternoon or
tomorrow Conviction is doubt
fnl and if eecttred thopenalty will
probably not be severe Cuxsy
etill insiets that his army is going
to remain here until Congress
passes his good roads b H j
The democrats protniso that all
of the propo3t d amendments to thu
t rifx bill shall be made public this
week and tl hu that they have
forty threu votes a majority
pleJged to the amended bill but
this claim is disputed as it is now
siid the Louisiana Senators will bo
compelled by lhe legislature that
meets on the 15th iust to tnko
their choice between refusing ti >
voto for the tariff bill unless a duty
f two cents a pound is put npou
< ugar or being supplanted bytwq
men who will do as required Both
our city
The Eastern people at the back
of this enterprise are men who ate
known in the financial and railroad
would throughout the Unon The
I < ch men are of that stamp whom
it is confidently b licved wiI at
once imprcrs lhe public as men cal
ciliated to succeed in any enterprise
they uudcrlrikc Steps will be tak
en at once to havu a representation
of our people confer with tne Boaid
ot Trade ot this city and the people
long the proposed line for the put
pjsu of ascertaining tin euourge
meut that will be ofi eied to cut
etruet the road If the people of
this county and Ata cosa respond
promptly we can run trains i r >
Pluasantuti t3 the ljt of October
Yes said Mr Onicn inan >
ower to a ques ion we prefer to g >
to Browiirviltu and it may be thai
we will commence building fom
that end at the same lime that wt
couimeuee here on account of the
dv > inta < u tlaf may he offend in
the way of freight on material at
thar point and 1 really think we
will jitistniet there though that ol
course will depend on what tliepeo
pie of Brownville propose to do
tor us V7o have been informed
that Ijrowiisvnle will give100000
tor the road By referring to tin
map it will he noted that by cros
mg the Rio Grande some distauei
above Riownsville a inoro direc
route will he had to deep waer m
Tampicn
Is he intent ion of your prop e
to l u Id only to Brownsville que
ied the reporter
1 do n > it think carefully and
lowly replied Mr Onion that I
volate any confidence when I say
ihe obj etive point of the road will
be he City of Mexco Our pro
posed route is a heeline from San
Antonio to the City of Mexico and
the riad besides running through
a magnificent countiy will be sev
eral hours shorter than any othci
line
Are you prepared to say who
will he at the head of the enter
prrsef
I do not hesitate to state Iut
Gtn Rnss is the choce of the Ea < t
cni capitalists as well as all paities
interested in the l < aal oigurzitimi
The generals heilih has been had
which In made him hc itafo nb nt
heading 1 he enterprise He acmrcs
us however tint hfa will become
inieresttd withns and jiiarsntUo
iis Lle suppdrt
frii iJi
ol his Eisferh
tJoralMllED ON r OURTH PAOH
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