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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 2 August 1897

- C2 J- roams t ii "" CONSOLIDATED WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN "WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE "FOE SIXTEEN YEARS, IN JULY 1S93. VOL. VI. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1897. m mile tin mttw. 9 -e & i -M 0r v ls B K? h SOCIETIES. KIO GBA25DE I.ODQE XQ. 1 A. F. 1A. 31. Isi dore JfarkB, W. if.; G. Katanson. S. "W.; "Vf. A.Xea!e, Secrefairy; JL Jagou. S. W;, Eobt Daliell. Treasurer; K. 7. Jacy, J. W;B. H. Wallis J. D.; G. W. Miller, Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially iimtcti. Lodge fleets ril and third Tuesday In each month. ESCELSIOR LODGE SO. 10 I.O.O.F.-OFFICEE3 John M Haynes.Nobla Grand; frank Smith 1 Tics Grand; John 3. SlUcie, Treasurer; Tic tr Efjly, Jr., Secretary; JL J. Fletcher, Sit'.lcR aast Grand, Chas. F. Tilghman District Deputy Jlrifld Master. The Lodge meets -at 7.30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Fe.lows in jcod standing ire cordially eimted to attend. ENIGHTS OF EOXOR LODGE SO. 37S0- OF. FI LK3 .A.BroT7ne, Dictator ; JesseO. " heel cr,...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 2 August 1897

yiir-Ji "Tt "iiifrTV iKSrKSSSS: eh& assss VEnWK 75- j-S-r- g - J-r . SSn&p ' r r. 5 - r - K -Zr. -- rr - T THE - DHL?- HERALD, tHtsrsd at tfcs 3Vst;3ice s Brownsville Tex as Sscond Class Jfiil JsKier. rissaed2Teij35s3' Except Sunday.) Mifff'Tr ,frijurtaifej.t"iiii ii-i o H5 SerXtd Is the cnTy'plrpPr published on the lower Rio Grande. THE BFfiGIMSDlTY CHSAM Stft$irfyf&8 Rates' 'One Year . . 6.00 15 Months, ........... 3.co(iu Williamson x , -. -. . . . , 00 cts m 7u'&3 DAY, AUGUST 3 ,18S7. "Vote for ihejKuhvay sinend ' inent-. Tote Tor amendment. ths irrigation Tee adoption of the railway amendment will make work for .iijioor men -or uaraeron coun- HfT C. - The adoption of the railway Xjniendment will bring a rail i-oau "to-nsvilfe, aI1(j -enaTjle tnfarmeTSi"a--5jl.3encrs ro t. isDose -of 4.heir orocrb-"' The Houston Post seriously considers the question: "Are " fte tn ih'e verge of waif ' Most probably wb are not, but Japan ihay be ob the vprge t3f getting a good thr...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 2 August 1897

r b 1 J -l3? . iim:;.r A -, - 1 l-J 1 -i2x L ':. ht i .& z & M' if ' i ! TIE OFFICIAL CITY OHStt. ffc tf . Wfccifkfc iX netsazas. MOXDAV, AUGUST -2, 1897. ABOUT TOWfi. " "Vofe. for the railway ammend- iment. ' " ; " ' . . ' , A few drops of rainiell yesterday Jafternooir. . . ."' '- The steamer -is advertised 'to -sail from Brazos on "Wednesday morning liext, connecting train leaving here ht 5 p. m., Tnesday. The railway ammendment will ave us from stagnation, will bring newJifetotiiislarid it will bring Us& raiVroad. Yote for it. S. P. Wreford informs us that ho is not buying cotton any more and ho is not decided whether he will Jentor the market again this season. If y ju want to keep coal theso hot 'days go to Celestin Jagou's arid tak1 ii seat beneath one of those electric fans which he has put up in nils cs . ablisnmcni. 'The schooner Lake Austin Ar rived at Point Isabel yesterday with ia sargo 61 lumber, with Capt. Law-. Ison master. The captain is in tho ?city to ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 2 August 1897

immt2ma2mimE3m L i ujd "I'DitEABEUL DISEASE INFORMATION OF VALUE TO EVERY BODY ABOUT APPENDICITIS. A Diuterons Superfluity Popular lirf ors ea tlie Subject How to Kccojjnlze tlso I i&Ber Signs Between the Ages of Tea Sfed Tlilrty It Is Most to Be reared. t There i3 a popular and false notion that appendicitis is caused by a grape aeed, an crange seed or some other foreign substance getting into the vermiform appendix. The true cause is the setting "up of inflammation and consequent gan- -grene in the tissue of the appendix, us ually due to insufficient circulation of blood in the part itself. In thousands of operations "which hare taken placfe many in time to save the life of the pa--tienfc find many tco late there is not one authenticated case of a foreign sub etance, such as a seecL being found in the appendix. This Trill be more fully realizedwhen one has in mind that the infciior of the appendix is only big enough to admit a medium, sized darn ing needle. Its great liability...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 3 August 1897

mitt. gags tea KS MPt' CONSOLIDATED WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN VHIOH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS, IN" JULY 1S93. HP 6- VOL. VI. ROWIfSYiLLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, -AUGUST 3, 1397. NO-. 2G-, lv f?. l&$k &a til JJEJ 1L p Tr m -- i y SGVESTISS. BIO GliASDE-LODGE NO. 81A. x. &.. M. Isi dore JlTarks, W. if. G. Natansoa. S- W "W. A- Ncsle, Secrcbxry 'A. Jagon. S. W;, Bobt. DalreU. Treasurer; B. C JTacr, J. IT; K. H. VTsOa J. D.; G. W. Miller, Tyler. Vi si ticp brethren cordially invited. Lodge jaaets first and third Tnesiizjin eioh month. ft lgQiA I0.LO.O.F -OFFICER i "? vv John Af TTavnfis.Kobln ! EXCELSIOR LODGE HO. John AT Hayucs.Xoblo Grand, Frank Smith Vies Grand; John 3. Stncko, Treasurer; Vic or Elr, Jr.. SecreJsry; 31. J. Fletcher, Sitting East Grand, Chaa. F. Tilghmau District Deputy tirand Master. The Lodge meets at 7-30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Fellows in jood standing re cordially ranted :o attend. EXIGHTS OF HONOR LODGE NO. 37...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 3 August 1897

EgzgZZZ -. r.? - - xX "t-- -fj- af lw afw--iianiif wt f rr- a. h - tt ir -4P? r THI - 91IL'- HERMJD. XTut&fai at tin rjii-3lji a1 Brj.Ta:7ne Tsz ts S;coaa-CIass ifcii Jfctter. C Issued Every Pay Except Sunday.)" JWfll. I II n M tHE xIeslsld Is the only papFl: published on the lower Rio Grande. TME HFFIGIJILCQU1TY QB6A1 Subscription Rates. Oiie Year ...-,...., . g6.oo 6JVIonths5 .- 3.00 -T t f . I.O C..-.i, OO CtS TUESDAY, AUGUST 3 ,1897. ' Alaska, will rival Florida as a wiuter resort the coming season. -President McKinley has gone Mr. Cleveland one better on civil service reform, foi which the republican office seekers do not admire him as warmly as of yore. , . Tennessee furnishes an ex firple of unusual constancy on fherpaftbf;2 politician one of ner w-a -.., representa-- - frves-Jiaving just sechw. appointment as postmaster at v Bristol for a man who died over two months ago, in fulfil- merit of a- promise made, during the campaign. Most congress rnen are very prolific of su...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 3 August 1897

FB9Kf9fs.-. bictts :JL rj& 4 - ti? r - il i4 X : 'u -4 iHk. k il 4 J pm--- c? ' rjir' 'j -THE "DAILY -HERALD - S i - - - HE OFFICIAL CITY BftfM TTJESDA1, AUGUST 3, 1897. ABOUT TOWH. The steamer sails tomorrow. 'Cotton still Continues coming in. TJio polls are open until six pr in. Fly traps 10 cents-Botica Qel Eeon. U . S. currency was selling readily Tat$2.16,foday. Dr. Priced Cream Baking Powder Werid's Fair Highest Medal snfl Diploma. There will be an immense amount of cotton shipped, by tomorrow's Istoamer. "Eighty bale3 of cotton from the DIosner plantation will bo shipped by this steamer. It is not too late yet to rote. If yon have not yet done so, go at once io the polls and deposit a vote for the amendments. Twenty-seven cars of the steamer freight has arrived and the remain-j cler will be up on tomorrow mornr lug's regular train. sgljou want an inkstand that jou Mlt PJT i MMtollhttftia-QfjMg. "PBW.'5--t, J?"-ST!i. Ti.-3?T?S52j-!iCi- , T-l ... t- 1 aggai-iDouCit. uoi jio...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 3 August 1897

I c J& 4 4 $ 5$s warfttOrfi. iXjOuJUtunsteBr EIVE NATIONS MADE INTO ONE.- , Treaty of Central American Republic Signed. Washington, July 29. A re port has been received from William Myers Little, consul at Tegucigalpa, Honduras, en closing a copy of the treaty that has been signed by the representatives of the five Central American States or Republics of Guatemala, Cos ta Rica Nicaragua, Honduras and Salvador, and which goes into effect on Sept 15. The union is named th.e re public of Central America and the countries forming it will now take the names of states. Last year -the Republics of Honduras? .Nicaragua, and Sal vador formed themselyes jgntq the ''Greater Republic of Central America. jPro vision was made lor the admission jgLGuatemala and Cpsta Rica, vvblch J?a? I!OW keen accom- Thetreaty is similar 4GRAIN EXPORTS. Forty Steamers Chartered In One Day ior. Atlantic Ports. Philadelphia, Pa., July 30 The Record today has the fol lowing: Fortv steamers were yesterday charter...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 4 August 1897

T!fwmfWear! KBW.0 HBm3Jm f -sres" . x- -s-i. k 4S&.. mm mtt WttmSm Ci j S r wm ue r Jm IS ui Vi .CmkB j&&; I'i E - 4 In Q X li y 1 ". 4 k . ,i ' w 2S , fs? - ? '-' VOL. VI. SOCIETIES. KIO GBAKD.E I.ODGE SO. SI A- F. & A. M. Ifii-aore-ata, SV. Jf.; G. NatanBon. S. W.; W." A KealeSecrctwy; A. Jagoa. -5. W;. Robt. DalzelL Treasurer; B. 7. Afacy, J. W; B. H. Wallis J. 3.; G. W." Mfller, Orler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. lodge W firtt and third raceday In each month. ITZCELSIOB. T.ODOE KO. ID.LO.O.F.-OFFICEE3 J John M.Hayne8,Koblo Grantl; Frant Smith ( Vies Grand? John 5. Stucke, Treasurer; vie t or Eslr, Jr., Becretsry; H. J.i'Uecncr. swung, ,&8t Grand, Chas. F. Tilghman District Deputy Ulrand Master. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. rtery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and -Gil Odd Fe Jcwa in gocd etanding are cordially 'invited to attend. . . .. I KNIGHTS OF HOUOB LOIGE SO. 3730. OF. JI ESS. ..Browne. Dictator; JesseO.Vheel er, Vice Dictator: "has. F. Ti...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 4 August 1897

o & III T--. - -ar tHB-DAHT-HHULfc fetetfeS t the Po3t3JSj at JJrownsvilleTe Issued fiv&y Day fexcefit Sasaay.) The lltx.tls 'the only JapPrjublisned tfh the dWer Rio Grande. THE8FF1CIAWHJ1RSA1 Subscription Rates. Oae Yeaf . . . . , . . .. .6.00 6 Months . . s-s . . 5.00 o i.50 6o-cts WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i ,1J!)7. The world owes a livin tn very mas who works SBough to gel it. bard Wet should we fear a war With the Japs? Have we not the Governor's Guard? Senator Milks has emphati sally dpclared that he will be in the senatorial race next year, 5ii fact, is running now. He will Lfloon have the other candidates 'BPfj JTjierb' is EoraethineTjoUf- kueS&wfoliowed fprojector-i of th"3rtr-v&jr railroad tt Brownsville. instead of doing a whole lot of preliminary talking, they are forking steadily away on the aftfvey, without a word as to bonuses. They seem to mean business. The republicans did not once Spring the "infant industries" ebegftaf,- as as excuse for the enactfiiefcfc...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 4 August 1897

fSLJ & KtiixmM-e:rn-'r SiLJ-trmiMr rar- -g-- JlL-o-siJi-ri-iTtoar-- I I 'W-T WHDJBC -P- vmj Jt lO -A life - J f ai ptfflfay -F s ,2gJBDAlLT - HERALD m gmxiL gut eisu. tm , s 45 urea jjo tk?xxztm. $. - - Committed. Suicide. - y. ivo This niormn& at'lralf past o'clock a young 3fosi:au named Iprucloricio Castro committed sufcule. at' the grocery shop'of Adolf o Garza, by shooting liimseff through theiEmPri6-fl$s il was thought the day TfEDKESDAY, AUGUST 3, IS37. ABOUT TGWJtt. traps 10 cents-Botick del . HBB5y "" i.U5es ja, imm i 1 1 Xeon. ' There is still adcJu deai of. iick fee'ss afaoat toVn, "a mild form of densruo prevailing. I'assengers Vlio arnve"d over Ihe tM. & 21 . j-esteroay afternoon Report good rain along the road. If yon want an Inkstand that you Wnnot spill ihe ink out of, you can get it at Botica iJet Heon, lull of ink, for only 37 cents. The county clerk Issued marriage licenses 'today to Anselmo 3IartineE and TJelnna Martinez; Eraucisco Balli and Santos TIe...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 4 August 1897

i J- Kaarnrj-TT .ra. r -. v 7? JT.gl ILLSIS KWATTOMt -Senatorial Rec6. ,. ' f SftORSfig &fet? Yrlc-The evening; Post's tionon'correspo'ndent telegraphs the following: Two iiimclred and 45fty thousand pounds n Japanese money was released from the Ba'nk 6f England. This -neutralizes any -ffectdT the 'xtra'demand for mcfaey-at the 'end of this month. Tke Austrian --demand for gold is still strong. City of Mexico Premium 'on New York exchange Satur day was 123 and there was tio'nsiclerabte 'exchange sold. New Orleans Mr. Iteon Xocicfe&nx, 'tke -owner of seven 'plantations sn Louisiana and the largest sugar producer in the United States, has tele graphed to the managers of his several places to advance the wages of all field label t6 i-2 percent, the advance to commence Aug. t. Washington WaHemar P. Leonard of Qncinnatfci, Ohio, has been -appointed vice and deputy -consul at Hamburg, "Germany. London An official Lisbon dispatch from Laurenzd Mar quess says that t1e govern-J ment ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 5 August 1897

.-' L fc - -e - . 3Pf-- e - , . !! i f CONSOLIDATED WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN IN JULY 1S93, WHLOH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOE SIXTEEN YEAliS y ve3 g - xa. V "V WV " vj: 1 -a V- 1 " hi b n&r J .- A- 4 : V fc.-.. i W 4 r rW :VOL. VI. SOCBETI&S. rio gbasde:ldge so. SI A. F. & A. JL Isi dore Marks, "W. M; G Jfatanson. S. W.; "Vf. A. Neale, Secretary; A-Jagoo. S. W;, lioljt. DalzelL Treasurer; B. 7. Jfacy, J. W-E. H. Wallls S. D.; G. "W. JSIdler, Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge iaoote fixit and third rocEdayin each month. EXCELSIOR 1LODGEXO. TO TOO "P fcT.,'TT?Tt 3 John kiHaynes.Nobie Grand; Frant smith Tica Grand; John S. Stucke, Treasurer; Vic Vr Ely, Jr., Secretary; M. J. Fletcher, Sitting &st Grand, Chas. F. TUgnman District Deputy tlrsna blaster. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night. Halting brethren and Gil Odd Feilows in good standing are cordiallr invited co attend. KNIGH1S Or HONOR J.ODGE SO. 3730 OF. FI ERS. .A.Browne, D Ctator; Jes...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 5 August 1897

y l ; -Ip-fei--- ?J --- -, '- -r- wgiftjipOTi 1 v ,mJfbmtsmtd J v v4 i - vv- I: tflr-DAIL?-H?RALD. ' .Tint Herald is the Cnlj'papPr published - - on the lower Rio Grande. fTHEOFHOIALCQUITYOBBAi : Subscription Rates, One Yjgir .. . . t . . .Jfe.oo 6 Months; si v t w ..V" 3.00 Jj " --; s "..- . ". OO CCS mtilQATiotf && Average ..Cost Is $4 Per Acre, aodtlia Average Farm -57Acre. . flUPiSDAY, ATJGTJS!T 5 ,1897. 3sk-; . . - . -jwiere ispienty of gom iu -Leirs soil milhona of it. Englajstj doesnt annex Is lands. She-just takes posses sion of them. I - " Mrs. Betty Geeks- will be one of the greatest attractions at the Dallas fair next fall. It is still not altogether ap parent just what was -the object, of Chairman Blake in calling the Waco conference so early jin the game. T" 'II-E foreign demand for gyheat this year is -v, , immense.- possibfyefela the usual demand, owing to failure "of The supply from other coun tries. This has caused an ad vance in price of ten cents per "bush...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 5 August 1897

- -- i22S rrr ; rrJf I. -.S.---:V ; ? . y'--c. r?-???';?!!.. 1tinmrSrmmmf'-vi miii'i j" tf'T'V"' srrtwii'?tiui iT" iiJh'ii 5T '" '4. . H- 4 t$- 4 Jr THE- DAILY -HERALD wg- t- IE QFfieML.SITY GHSJW. fttWt 3. WiiiWt. XTfuc Tasnuaxta. J THURSDAY AUGUST o, IS97. aboOt tow.n. del .- EJy .traps 16 cents Botica ,Try.a 10 ieat &y trap. They are a ''reel comfort' Capr. "William Kelly sanie from the Point this morning. up : Dr. Priced Cream Baking- Powder WirU'i Fair Highest Medal a&d DiplcKa. The schooner Louisa arrived at the Point yesterday from itoc&port. There will be "no fifes on yon" if you buy a 10 cent fly trap at Botica ;tel L'ooft; Cascarets stimulate liver kidneys and bovol&. 2flever sicken, weaken 'or gripe, 10c. -S. P. Wreford is in t'Ke market again for cotton and is paying' top prices. See -iiis ad elsewhere in 3to'-da,ys Herald. There is no definite news from the election precincts throughout the .county, but it estimated bjr some -thai this cbun'ty willlgive ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 5 August 1897

-'iess. "--p -" - i a K INSURGENTS GOTftOOTY Details of the Rebel "Rktd on Havana's Suburbs-, New Yorfc, August r. The Heralds Havana cable says- The details of the attack on Havana's suburbs which were suppressed by the Spanish offi cials Thursday after the attack have now become public, A band of 300 insurgents, under Colonels Delgado and Acosta, entered Marinao, a suburb 01 of Havana, Wednesday night. They killed oneSparrisb officer and five soldiers, wounded sev eral others,, macrieted the may or of the "town, .pillaged and burned six stores, carried away goods to the value" of ?$r5,ooo, and during the four hours they were in the town Tos not a single man. Spanish officers who should have been on duty there, were spending' the evening- in Havana. They are to be court martialed. Thejrebels had been camp ed for several days atr Punta jBravar. Their plans were all pamshbfilceFs at Marianaa weresoingta Havana, and theyrhavd' learnedjhe pass tK word. In the d same- boldly down the ma...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 6 August 1897

3f?-r3g'Tc- ; as: s&f' && 1 motto rotuno A j-.--. " -sr. isss ;; jWv IV GO'koMDi,TED Wl'fiiMSE rAttY COSMOPOLITAN IN JULY 1S83,,VHI(JH WASOBLISHEpHEE FOE HXTKN YEAKS. a K utile BjfT - ftLSr a A"y 2? I w ' mti a H r l4Kii 2 wjJk W' - & p 3?L U Mf 7 "' a . V sr .SOCIETIES? EIO-GASDE LODGSJfO. 81 AT. "i. A.' 3 Isi dore'" Jfarls, TT. Jf.; kx. XatanBon, 8. W.; OT, A- Xeale, 8ecretirjr; A.-Jagou. S. w;, Bobt. DalzelL. Treairarer; B. C. Jfacy, . WjiL H. Walks J. 3.; G. T7. Miller, Tvler. Visaing brethren cordukUZjin-Tited. Lodge.! oete r ana tnira rueiiayia earn montb. EXCELSIOR LODGE"KO, 10.1 O.O.E.-OFFICEK3 ; "Grand, Frank. Smith I 'YIca Grand j John SK- Bluest j -LTe&surer; mi. or Egly, Jr., Secretary;!!?!? Fletclier, Sitting ast Grand, Cass. ". Tiignman metnet jjepuiy i ilrand blaster. Tho lodge oieets at 7.30 p. m. 5very Wednesday night. Visiting brethren. nd Gli Odd reJowa in 3cod etanding re cordially wivited to attend. SNIGHTS Or SOUOE LOIGP SO. 3730. OF. 51 ER....

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 6 August 1897

x: "' (&?vf JSs- ' -j-cr-- - p (rW- sf,-; -. rv--r - Tariy'i .-" - --" j TjefjjjfeV" V":' f. -!?." jCv la? " Sgfefe- ispfe K SH "4B.T' JgEf "-?!; ,T V-" sjk -l-r. . LK V tfll . BAIL? - HEIULIX fere. Herat.!? is the calj- papfi- published n the lower Rid Grande. - Subscnpim Rates. S- U&B3BNlf- -J gfe pne Year. ;;r; ; ; .x , J6i00 CsMonthSj s;. v . .-. . 4 s.oo 4Bk WKS?- E.-5. ". J&.' AUIUA i J S- .'-U'llllt T AUGUST , 189?, . S. ? The litest discovery in the -Microbltn world s th blood drinking bacillus a Lprtof 'mosquito- microbe. &&) baa "-annexed" (h Solomon island. They most have gold under the thfi soil ,King Solomon's mines, maybe. - Mining gold under the balmy v skies of California was reckon 5 ge a rough, hard life. What tsHst It be in far away, frozen Alaska? -b - The beardless fashion which is iasfc eoreadinff tkroucrhrmt tear land tbreatenVsoon to leave the tvhids wllhotft a single small whisker to blow through. 3he floor of the lobby just otside the do...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 6 August 1897

c 41 t . I W'E: U' 4? L 7 2 f X. w. THE-DAILY -AER1LD TIE OFfML CITY IR6JUL ImMm i magjii. ji HilDAY, AUGTJSTtf, 1897. ABOUT TOWJN. "Tti ATonzo -company gitfes anoth- VJir performance tonight. The residence of Mrs. A. Illicfcs is id5argoing sonYe "repairs. (S .Brownsville shouldhave k cotton KigiB Vlrh theftoWTO'utiti Ibald press. fcr. Price's Creftm Baking Poet WarU's Fair fffefo AwararT " - 5kx Yif riPT. s'ftft ifnnTi fw onmmvt- r4. : r..;;r ' : t mvi oners' courts win xonvene nore bext month. The steamer Morg&ft is advertised o sail from Morgan -XJit-y on fce'xt -Tue&dky, the 10th. And stii tio coftori Monies roiling T Sa claiYy from tho 'dtfEer ranches, it sells readily at a fair price. The "milcl form .of lever "ib l&iVl Agoing thtifvSnds, hardly a family 5n town Wring escaped one or more satf88-. . A large amount ol w'd'oo. was feroesed this morning from ilatarao ros for G&.J&B of the. Sio Grande trai 1 road Company -. Tagou and Leahy have raised the prlce ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 6 August 1897

jp 4 - vrfr-' -v -v - r-v--5r.- l i mmb atiBiiiii mtmti F "- CORNCROPS. 4-Iot Wlndt" "Mfe Almost Ruined It A -'Haft Crop .Expected. TopeKa, Kai Aiig. 2. Bp'ecials tonight from 'every corn producingcpun'ty "in the State '-show that this -year's Kansas trof of corn will not be over-56 eifent of last gear's.? Hot vinds have piay- ed havoc ivlrli the corn. The reportstshow today has been the 'coolest for aveek and Sunday the hotest. Yes- erday tile thermometer stood ?rom 108 to in in -the -south "central spart of the State. TRUTHSTOLDIJXf "7FEW WORDS. JA child's respect for its rja rent is not secured by ovef-lin- lencyany more than by river- - e i i severity, e.fr - A daughter should never seek'not be allowed to "out- tlress" her mother. fii --"every family the mother -should be the best dressed member. The discarded finery of a daughter should never con stitute a mother's wardrobe!, " JNo one teelsspe"cially dignifi ed n the presence of one rr r rtA - r- -! t -fr. .-, nl. -k n . --T" ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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