The Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1, Friday, July 8, 1892

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equal > such a task Every intoili
ftlie Caller of Wednesday has an
ifforial in which it praisesGrover
kfelaud because he when a can
iSte for president in 1SU fold
ftriendslto tell the truth
iK > t mk At that time Mr
Iceland fwas attacked hy ihe
peppfepf both the great io
jcSil parties because lm had bden
lid boyn his younger daysjjnd
tmixed up in a woman scandaf
e stand taken hy Grover Cleve
nilwacaliright and manly but
IVould lke to ask The Caller
v many SYthe newspaper editors
TexHewoiild be able to eloep
stside of the jails if ej llt cd
Iwadviee ofuthe groat apostle of
Bitter day Bemoeraey on the truth
tition Ilowever much we re
pt o say ifiy it is so that for an
jljor in Texjteto tell the truth
ismib libelf suits worJdL without
i for our laws are sovconstruet
y that the moretis the truth sir
4e iuorrftiefasibel No matter
iw bijj a frauli or humbug a man
my oe you must not pnhlish him
iitoMIfe eomiyumty he is de randiTjg
9rJ umbngin le8S you wahtjTH
esized lib eljimit on your bauds
is all wclj enough to talk about
ulliiK the truth but tho sentiment
rows cold aifd unwelcome it you
jullidiiti ino newBj pera It
itij y l > e humiliating to the Testis
ijditor to tiling that such ia tlmeasp
there isu6t an editor U tile
kate4vtio wrnot admit that al
iliiost forced to
ovcry daylie is sup
press a portipu bf the truth in or
< Jcr tti keep olftfof trouble And
fynt those verytrjeople who am loud
hit ill their jfrfite ot Cleveland for
Celling tho tiut1 are the lirstto
discoiintenaiui ueh a thing iVthe
new6paper lnijJ6o the thing goes
aa The time is not far diBtaut
iii rever wlfcii newspaper men
rill be protte in telling the
frlith and wiethut time arrives
femoral sentiment in every town
hd the state vUl
llianjro for tliej etter for pyople
illhelessap to practice their
liHJquitous mlpoda if they think
thereisa ny cVigerqfsnch
public C Caller
ingmade Q
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f It now beglfeo lookaa if tle
ircl ereaee option bill to
lto senatejudiciirj F K St committee had
Kttledit3 fatl lfhe friends of the
KwM8tire weaWnaturally pager
Jr hen the bill IMme before the
Senate to hanfl over to the agri
Cultural comrniffip That it would
t Undfire flndefeEcrutiny of the
Wined lawyerllph the judiciary
j > imnUtce raSially when Hs >
6fod by two ilph experts as Mr 1
ftrand MIGarland few of-
f iefamiliarth its provisions
Sieved WheMthe committee
m their repoTCTjon the bill was
he fi me tjiwe
legitimate busiifess uteresta
mksft is Bojtjie kmvQWa i0
gent nan knows to begin with
that pjecnlation injurious to pro
ducericannot be stamped out with-
out dotr ing at thesaine nombtit
speeulition in the producers favor
Mr Hitchs funtaecie idea of elim
iuatia all sellers of grain op
tionsJ while leaving the buyers in
tiiiiuiftired activity represents all
Iha t aiibe saidJo 3thatv purpose
4TheJea ot pujjjie kmoraIity liaa a
moreintelligible sonud but the
legisltor who can distinguish the
dealein futures who is supply-
ing tb needs of his regular busi-
ness Irom the dealer wlio is bnv
irigtj selling merely for a specu
latiyjprofit must be gifted with
mordthan hnman insight The
boBiB of trade do their duty
Mr Latch to the contrary not with
ingjn requiring i that every
fulle cmitract be fulfilled bj
autnjdelivery of the commodity
If edgress wishes to go further it
muefjegin by setting up a eom
meriil inquisition a tnedifflval ex
bedot by the wa of which Mr
Haiiamvnbill isaworthy imita
top New orkEvcnnVvp8tf
i Aompany has been organized
reeoiW for the cultivation of the
uiaiuo
th Japanese jchestuut in
Kewicreey Ti > e cpnipany owns
aiiuthl chestnut grovo of 850
atesAetween J3erlsutand Black
wuodDrtmden cnunt3iwhieh is to
hcin eased to 1000 acres iu va
rinpcicriona of the state The
chilsji tices in Ihe grove are
abuutja fm apart u pcaeh trees in
an oroard The entire tract has
beeii earednd tho chesnut trees
ciitiofa few tjt froiii theA ground
TbiAd obtaW niorelthaV paid
f or h expense uW the men
are a work gifting slips from
ehesutv
Japanese trees to tie j mosror
in tV
stuiipjniid a
years crop
in expected TherLre now mary
iuproycdkinds ofusnnts but
tlie largest of all i fl Japanosp
They have been cultLBg fr
cliestnHtsfor centurieLlI1j jffte
almost reached perfecV It in
proposed to perfect the VpanCBe
eheltnut by the grafingVoce8j
wltfchviiifntrdduce allthe 4
mi and A vor of the
nut The advantage of the J n
ese nut is that it bears twjjr
three weeks earliqr than any or
chestnut and thus gets info
market vhentthe fruit fe acarco
flf iW > > tf i
ry
E ngli8hmenarowneTer coftW5 Ali
unices they can carry England
with them irherever they go At
gfeai painsl English strorit have
been Transplanted to Australian
streams and are doing fairly well
but connoisseurs say that they
lack the delicacy of flavor of their
kind at home This troublei8laid
by omo o the lacM ofMayfe in
Austrfalia and now it is proposed
this inject
to import and propagate
ject in the hope of bc mstttiiig the
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1, Friday, July 8, 1892. Brownsville, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth61121/. Accessed October 24, 2014.