OCR Interpretation


The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, February 21, 1895, Mail Edition, Image 5

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86089174/1895-02-21/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

im
sfii r r
hit rss f o ar tii
lib Smile Citgi Texas
>
S4TTStPR LODGE SO
JO IO O K John < >
Sitncke Voblo rsitflr
Ooo Morn Vic I rind
ihltoa J Flotoliw Sec
retary CJiflrlea II
r > ns F nUUnan ittlng Pist
rr rxfi
> Ur
KSWWS OF H N B
a 4LBIS
pOJCIi
V
ATTORN YSrAT fW
jpw J i < vA
BSALEXS IK RHAL r3TATK
1
Complete AbMract3 or Gu
nuisibroiwi
Qo unty Kopt In Te Oiiicc
BROVP IbtE
IVE
AiJ mason
ArroiNY at law
ffics Orabr Levee mil El > v
oiii rJireet
T BR0WNS7ILLB TgSvS
A m
I J R MositoE J tlKrjffvno
I ioxmE Dfrirnfcs
ATTORNEYS AT LA V
I JAO GRANDE CITY 1 KXt
h
tex s
TAXES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
BfownscUl Knx
j3o SMJ3I no Hid Gnudo nailroid UiiUd ti
XiU practlM la any of the Coarti Stato or FaleroL
Liai ial rsilroAi IlU Uon th < i iareiUiOiua o
lllMsai pxiuriina of ib trMU soiilU s
TN I KLEIBBR
ATTORNEYATLAW
03jc over Firat Natiotltil Ban
1 BrowasviilojM uxas
I fiVJUjprfttieo in any jof tlie
SoncteTotth Stats ivjien i ajJuaiailj
employed
D S KESTFUOr
ATTORNEY AND
JOOXSBLORATLAiWi
7iil practise in all Federal and
cUto Courts
Snonsvills
JOHN P itELSEY
ATIORNErTr LAW
Will1 pcafitite incite F der l and
J
9
JZ
ttroioiwi dle Xcxas
wo
i mq
fc > Ofiiirflllftte
ftrWiw itfy fay m
tf aAS s
tSOBTHEBa PiifIG
ATLANTIC SYSTEM
Steapirs niake trips between
Tilbrgan City or Xevr Oreaus
m Brazos Santiagoj
p via Giilvdston about
J every 10 da <
For further information call on or
address
M B KINGSBUUY Agekt
raoK
3X3
BROWNSVILLE TAX
4tuprcsunt8 the Lirpost Grocj rj
< fIl < fii8o in thu Sonlii
SELLS ALCOHOL IN BOND
OLIVE OIL VINEH Alt
POTATOES A TD
DRIED FRUITS
KEEiPS STOCK AI lOljRS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
t DELIVERY
IWrite for Teniis PtrticuWa e
ileadauarcwrs
FOB
And Fancy Goods of all Def rip
tiona riit tle for
Wedding and Birthday Presents
iljHtdfBooks Stationery to > tens
lnl lewplrySilviTwJire Pmcy
tjood of uvery Ubonption
hisL r ocrtivlM by
Br < > inavillel exas
38T Agjnt for Otta Toinb f ones
I J oO0EElr 8mENBEia
OCNRUAIL AGBXr Jit i < pIfTURUK MEX
ome
JO
jGwiiiK ilSUbilUlGO
The Bt ami Easiest Running
Machine in the WcftH Took
the MoclalforsuperiotV at
JCtherereut Colnmbian
World s Fair j >
T DdalfrSlo
a ltifEffllYfIS IWiSi > AND i
AMMUNITION
r
i
3
3
McOlutfeq
Magazine
FOU 1895
Volumr IV brings IptciiiliDr189i
A splendidly illustrated life of
NAPOLEON
the graiu cntnre or which will be
V TTYFI7E PORTSAITS
Napnnon shotvinjj iiii frmn youth
ti ileutli aUo portraitof liis funily
und CUiluiniioniri iul pictures of fa
tuous luttleeids in ucarlv
200 ikiijes
8 1 Bsjrinsin Xovmhpr and iuns through
b n o m n i n si oiht n tiw
J
ITrtie
Every prpe stamped
Dukes Mixture or < >
2 07 Package 6
Detective
hy authoity fmn the archives or the
PlnKartOn Datsciire Agency
Lincoln and Piukerton NTov lbJl the
Molly Magitires AIIhu Pmk rtons
Life Storitts of Cipturb of 1 runrob
IMM Forgers Uankrobheri etc each
complete in one issue 12 in nil
SHORT STORIES BY
V T riowelli lludjard Kipling
Uonan Doyle Clark Itusell
Kuhi rt Birr OiUvu hamt
Href Slarte Capt Kinjr
Joel Chandler Hams and many other 1 j8 considered lnr many
K O T E DUO N T KI B U t O RS
Hobert L iui Stevenson
P Marion Crawford ArchdeconFarrar
jlir Itoiiert Htll 1mf Druuuiionil
Archn > dd Fgrbtw 1 nomas Hardy
tjiiid ihi ti hi rlioipf Tnr
iiiiple opy to tln
S S McCLUfiE LVd
W LuAViiiiu Pice iw York
15 S PLKilSHEia
Mercantile Go
W DeniTH In
FINE WHISKY WINES
A N D
BOTTLED GOGBS
Birrtllots aEr c lty
Delaware Street
k sas QJxy JKa
rof
ri Q Eraus se
Is no v Pre rei to do all kinds of
fahi and illoct Work
w i tkji
P
booa lea
V
Gall at
Tha C3 h hf Restaurant
Uniar Olil FiunvH Jinl Rooms
rEt7 h iMH
WjViKfe TER < ITISIMIEZ
1 i > piielwr
5
1
Hep > iring Jewelry apilSilcrwnrcof nil
Kinds a Speciality
J5LIZABBTH Stheet
Boanl liy 4Ionth Mox w ln S2I00
Hoard w i
Day jl00
SinglfeJICalS J M
0
LEGISLATIVE MATTERS
Interesting Budget from the
Capital City
< Spc ial Correspondence of Tef ncnALD
Austin Tex Peb 17 The
legislature has settled all Hie
contest cases and there is noth
ing more to internet regular
work and working menibers
will now do their beat to push
business
Up to Saturday niglil no
reallv innjorhint measure bad
passed both bouses and truly
not exceeding half a doxenbills
of general iin > ortancu outside
of tlio apropriation bill have
been acted upon by the com
mittees
The bill to fix a two por cent
surance companies is having a
haid tussle In the senate and is
out the enactiiig clause
In this connection talking to
tlie chief clerk inthe insurance
department Saturday morning
he stated that from the annual
reports filed so far in the de
rmrtment last year was a very
bad one for insurance com
panies Nino out of ten of
thern made no monoy at all and
nlany of theiri actually lost
The Marine companies espe
cially snil ered and one of them
at least as noticed b vour
correspondent paid losses ag
gregating double the amount of
itsgross premiums r
The fee bill comes up Tuesday
and is going to be a trouble
some one to handle and pro
gress on it is going to be Blow
To do away with the fee system
State Superintendent J
Carlisle
as a
very doubtful experiment aud
legislators are going to bo very
careful about adopting the bill
It is an out and out populist
theoryand it isnt going to go
down democrats very easily
eexiecially when its adoption
may result in marring the ef
iicieuoy of the district and
county officers
piabodyday
Monday the legislature will
observe the birth day of
George Peabt l uc h ° M
memorial services in tliollonso
withthe following program
Introductory iemarKS Jby
Addresses bVllon Cullen FJ under the law he would be per
Thomas Dn 3 Baldwin and
lion W P McComb
THE JfAKOEUS
There is going to be a strong
effort to knock put the rangors
when the appropriation bill
comes up bub it is Exceedingly
doubtful if Mich a step will be
a wis6 one Many good and
true nlen living in tlie south
western counties are oposed to
thedisbandment of the force
and a few of them have been
in Austin during the past few
davs to lav some facts before j and Gunter of Dallas who both
the adjuBinfc general relative refused it
ffl SofS r lf lWb m soue
of the countries outlaws over
nsnni > thtJfeh1rtii trp tltn <
yx > Sjdh l
I
BROWNSYILLK TEXAST HURSDAY FEBRUARY 21 1895
a kj tsiiEJts Er rA
DEALER IN
LUMBER
Rlintls Dooiv Su > h
The verymigheStfOasl prices paid
for HidtW AVHilf jfttto
n
RIAf PIPE
G iVEN AWAY
Mail editi6
tmr
NO 268
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest XL S Govfc Report
custom oflicers
SEXATOP DIBBELLS BILL
UA sectarian school within
PUBE
it is death for a witness to test EXECUTION OF SEWARD
ify to the truth in court in
Speaking in cattle stealing and The United Statss Asks Hawaii
smuggling cases It is said in For a Stay of Execution
some instances that railroad
agont have heen quietly notif Chicago 111 Feb 17 A
ed not to disclose the names of special to the Inter OccanJiom
shippers of cattle from certain Pittsburg says According to
depots on pain of death They Judge Jacob Stagle of the Alle
tell a deplorable tale of the gheny county bench the United
state of alfairs along the Eio States government has taken a
Grande and assert if the rang hand in the intended execution
era are disbanded many good of Ym Seward tlie Arriericjlii
tix on the Vross receipts of in people will be forced to leave implicated in the Hawaiian rev
the county jobation Judge Stagle ando
Sewararc brothersinlaw Tlio
o 1 x 1 t i
Speaking of the Rip Grande fonaer returnedfrom Washing
still peii dino with an amend j border reminds mo that the ton today where he went to ih
department at Washington has terest Secretary Grasliam in Qui
ment by Senator Lewis to strike
After l the
recently issued an order that is cnse Aftf ing Stagle
J
secretary telegraphed a mess
of general interest to stock men age t0 Vancouver to catch tlie
on the Iiio Grande It states steamer leading tliat place for
Honolulu lie then informed
that in case cattle or other
Stagle that ii Seward is hot
stock from lexas
strays mtoext uted hefova tho steamiV
Mexico or are stolen and are arrives President Dole will or
driven across tho border the I der a stay of the execution nn
til tlie case can be meri1 fiillv
ii rimm ii ni
nm u iia tnem returnett
owners can e m 1 v
investigated Judge Stagle said
to lexas without paying duty Iu addition to calling on
by showing the facts to the Secretary Greshrim andMihister
Thurston I saw Seriatoid Ilaw
le Allison Piatt of Connec
ticut Perkins and Butler Mr
Tfawley was Major Seward s
the meaning and constitution chief of staff and is glad to aid
I Aa address to President Dole
and laws of this state upon the
was prepared and signed by the
subject of appropriating the
public free school fund is a
school in which the tenets of
the religious faith of any sect
are taught during tlie time such
senator I am satisfied tliafc it
will have considerable weight
as the Hawaiian government
wants the good will of the
United States people
school is receiving the benefit HAWAIIAN OUTRAGE
of the free school fund provid Memphis Tenn Feb 17 The
ed however that no school in CommercialAppeal this nmriiin iri
this state shall ever be consider n editorial on the recent tortus
edas sectarian on account of lt n9olul san
If the report beJxnc that W A
n 1 n e
tho habit dress or costume of
Davis a eit7xii or tne united States
the head or body of anv pera
was nangeo up by the tbumbs by
on sect or society of persons
tleofiicer30f theIHWailin goreriI
who teach iu school
may any
meut in oraer that a cdnfe ion
in this state or on account of wM bti extracted from hnn a
any uniform insignia regalia United States uarship liould at
charm or emblem of the crucifix once lie sent to Honolulu and prep
worn lnr any suelf teacher and araliona made to shell Hie town
no suchschool in this state on Then a force should be sent to cap
this accountshall be considered turo President Doleandhix cabinet
as teaching religion and thereby When captured they should be dealt
of with Iiko otllcf tlTaes Those e
be deprived of the benefits
spnnMlle for lie fuhnmnn treat
suoh school funds
mtfc ° f Captain Davis should bo
T1IE BULBOAD COMMISSION
promptly shot The story reads as
r 1 r ci t r t J
Col C S Jameson of Iew
thii h it were acoapter m a des
M 1 YorkPresident of the Houston
potihiu or halt a dozen centuries
West Texas EailnauJI
I East Qu LilinilkllIalli miUt he a
mitted to lease the Houston and
Shreveport railroad If tlie com
mission encourages the project
abill will be introduced in the
1
Is of a
worthy tu
ri n over tlu Hands than is Pre
Invocation by Rev E IWhvas before the railroad Viith tllP 1Isllul
mission Saturday to kifew ifciVui
doman > a but ip U more
legislature to cover the matter
aud set out upon what condi
tions one company may lease
the road of another eonipaivy
By the way Governor Culber
son tendered Col Lanham a
pbsitioivon the commission but
like Gov Ross he refused to
accept It was then tendered
toMr E M House of Austin
sident Dole and his awnnaies if tliB
tragic story of Captaiif Davis iiiaK
treatment be true
Awarded
i ticsl Honors Worlds Faif
MOST PERFECT MADE
jSubSCrib3 for TlIE TinWss A pare Grape CMm of tartar Powder fie
t < f f fn < iC ttorn AmmoniaAdm or anv other aduitcrar
vills Daily iJeiuld
IPS T E S7VVD
a

xml | txt