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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 26 October 1900

i 4 y T H E H ERALD. 'fcSSUED rVESY DAT EXCEPT SUN'DAT. . Sntered &: th'aSroyraivlUt, Tesac, pbiUflo "hs Mooad-cl&iji mml matter. 72ioa; SLbb'juud Build nrc.v Boatt Siio ul &Usabh Sum;. tlLOWXSViJLLU, TEXAS. - Correspondence solicited on all mittens jjf local, interest, or of interest to th ipeopls ot Southwest Texas. Each com .municatlcn must ba accompanied by the I'naraeof its author, not for publication ;unless so directed), but as a. suara'atao of good faith, and when By requtit i&nonvmaua slirna.iirreg annear o auch Anonymous signatures appear io iiuch jfommunicatlQns tho rlsht la rarvfi to i Slsclose the nam of xho wrltr shauld a Necessity urhta tor such disclosure. ( Subscribers who do, not receive the! tpaper regularly axe raqueete3 to Ho'tily fthis ofhes- and the ..matter, will -receiva Hprompt- attention and insur bettor isi iric thereafter. m :0FFiGlAl UtTY "iOURHAk Friday, Oct. 26, 1900. A&OUTTOWK. Looks like more rain. U. W. fiodges is iii town -from...

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. — 26 October 1900

1 ctglAkS eard lessc& v baervatlonn of "One of the HSnSl Celebrated and Experienced OIi ! lervers if War." The characteristic weakness in th6 -jpreteni campaign ii the old, vicious h U t.f int-uJnr airtgaoce aiid habhuai eo:f i.iij4 of ntiiert. of which it sometimes 'teems that Kiijlithmt-u will jiever be tared until they ijae received a per manently sobering lesson at the hands )f some Europeau adversary. We have tjeen demoralized by victories over col red races, forgetting that war is like music, where bad practice is worse than .none. "Which of those Svho are "attack ing the war oilice and -giving- generals he beju'iit of xdl the obvious ideas of the armchair were in. favor of the govr trniiKJiit tending out "more than -lU.Out1 inen, to South Africa, six months ago"? Vhe Hoers had to be dealt with, but they vere not for that reason to be despised. "3 liave hardly ever known an English- tnan from South. Africa who was not Confident that the. Boers were "stink ing eowards," and...

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. — 27 October 1900

is VOL. NIKE. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 1900. DUMBER 100. 5 ..; t . CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893, WITH THE DAfLY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKE.FOft SIXTEEN YEAjKS. '- . 1 "lilliECTOUY 'state os&csits. Governor,. . . , Joseph D. Sayers Xieut. Governor. . .'. J. If. .Browning Comptroller .R. W. Finley Xand Cominissidiitr Chas Rogaii Treasnr er. . ." John W. Hobbins Attorney General. . . . . .Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction "J.S.Kendall DISTlICT AND COUNTY OSTFICEES. iCongfessman.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg State Senator 27th district. . . E. A. Atlee "Representatives ... . J. R. Mourpe, 85th. district ' . ' . . ( "Win. J. Russell County Judge .Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Bentfro, Jr. County Glef k. . .'.V Joseph Webb Sheriff. .'. . . .E. C. Forto Treasurer . Aug. Celaya L Assessor . . Ezequiel Cavazos. pdllector -.Dainaso Lerma purveyor. . Eide Inspector. . . VM. Hanson, jr. .Vicente Taniayo COUNTY C SSiOXERS. Precinct &o.&. Ateno...

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. — 27 October 1900

m DAILY HERALD. IfSfcoyasr 9bl2 iicn&ix ...... aout&a -1 fek south - ..;..... QSLeisl SpszttZ IS cfcati? . .. J5.C3 .. l.H ... .03 jpou pa;sanlnJ ojt .XlJBinSaj jaclrd iiaui aisooj aou op oqii suoqpoBqng Saturday, OCfc.27, 1900. for fresiaent WiLLIA&1 J. BBYAii tH Nebraska. . For Vice-President 3DLA1 E. STEVENSON, Of iiiinois-. For Gongress 11th. District RUDOLPH KLE8ERG-, Of DeWitt County. It seems likely that Tex As will send an entire deiiiocratic delega tion to congress next vear. TBE wool rotoers who turned rerhiblican on account of the' tariff in wool are wondering now why their wool is bringing such poor prices. Toting water on both shoulder is a feat that some politicians ex cel in, hut some who 'attempt it get nothing but a ducking for their trouble. The great Bartholdi statue of Liberty, which was the gifc of France to this country, is said to tie going to rhrri for lack of proper care. It ill becomes the nation to so neglect this gift trdiii the peo f fie of L...

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. — 27 October 1900

J i THE-HERALD. 'essjued eti:t d.T sxokft suxdat. I . Entered at the. SrTra Ul, Texti, poatoc " 'oaos; Hgyitp '3aiLXc, Scuta M 2t3 l 'BEOWNSVILUS. : : . t : TEXAS. Correspondenca epllcitea on all ijjtttcrn iof local interest, or of Interest to tha spcople of Southwest Texas. Kach com r municatlon must e accompanied by tha name of lta author, r.ot for publication '.(unless so directed), but as a guarantee 'of good faith, and when by request :Xnonymoua Bigii&tures appear to such sommunications tha right Is rasarvd -to 'disclose Use n&ma of tha writer siaulC a necessity oris tor such dlsdoiure. IHE BOOST? IQUfJU VliE OFFiCIrU 'CITY JOORHAL Saturday, Oct. 27, 1DOO. ABOUT TOWN. Just received bv Leo Wise fine candies, cakes, ipaple syrup, hams, S canned and evaporated -fruits, etc. Call aud see them. Foe sale: One large - second hand fire proof safe, in first class 'conditio. Will be sold cheap. Can be seert at Mrs. Geo. Krausse's t i -.i store on Elizabeta street. .' A marriage t...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 27 October 1900

Vomer akd 'eating. J JL 2.0 A.'hen Properly Fed tlie Worries naa Miurilshlps of Life Are More Easily Borne. Women arejiotorlously carelet vujout their own food, says the Phifch trlphia Ledger. Que could wish that l:use who neglect their duty of jjrojj- fly and eifichmtly nourishing their1 Vwn bodies would study the statis tics of insanity and its increases mong us. The old Latin proverb telfe tis that our aim should be to kee sound mind in a sound body. "Drink and hurry and worry sena nnost of the men to an asylum," says Si doctor, "while iove affairs, coni l.iued with a lack of food, throw moss if the women off their balance." flits iove affairs would have but little iii fhienee over them if they were prop erly fed, but among lhj illusions ih. which girls and" women indulge ife ihat, as they care very little' about their food, so the lack of it cannot. Jiave much effect upon them. They Tather despise men for being carefui to have regular meals, whether busi ness presses or not, and...

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. — 29 October 1900

4R t VEs ESI ST til YOB. NINE. BEOWNSVILLE,. TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER . 29, 1900. NUMBER .101. . hULiUTLU IN JLY 1J93, WITH THIS DAJ1A' COSMQP.OLilAN, WHICH. WAS PUBLISHED KJBRE FOf SIXTKEX YEAKS. A 11 , Pit IT-1 .111 V 4 I IIRECTOriY STATE OFFICEKS. r Governor,. ... . Lieut. Governor. Comptroller . . ; Jjoseph D. SayeVs J; Is . Browning R.,V. finley .autl Commissioner . . . .Chas Rogaii JjEeasur6r John. W. Bobbins - Attorney General. .... .Thos. S. Smi'tb SupL Public Instruction J.S.Kendall v , . DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. TCougremarijllth. district. ..i.Kleberg Stafe Sepator 2?th district. E. A. Atlee Bepreiientativ8s . J- R- -Monroe . ; 85th. district . . . i 'Win. J. Russell County Judge , . , .Thoihas Garson .-County; Attorney. . .Robt.B.Rentfro, jr. County Clerk. Jdseph Webb Sheriff. E. C. Forto .Treasurer Aug. Gdaya t Assessor Eequiel Cavazos Collector .Damaso Lerma j Surveyor n It. Hanson, jr. KIde Inspector Viceiite Tamayo COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. .'Precinct JTo. 1 AtenoiaRes...

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. — 29 October 1900

DUslsCRlTIOW RAT BBi fw3re a ia y- fis acctia 'iro 5sn. ...... ' seostfc ... B.G3 Ciic2i JC351il EV(y CY3tj . Monday, Oct. UU, 190t. cDJsrraro For President WILLIAM J. BRM5 Of Nebraska. "For Vice-Presic&ni IDLfil E. STEKIE 0! IliHicis-, For Congress l'lth. District RUDOLPH KLEBERG-, Of D'eWitt Comity'. JtfsT as his friends were begin ning to tear that he had gotten lost iu the woods, Candidate for Governor T. J. McMmn lifts his Voice, in a long address to the iaitful populists of Tekus, and as sures them that their principles are 311st tne same today us the ised to be. It is believed the change in the ownership of the Southern Paci'fit. 'company by which W. K. Vauder biit gains control will result favor ably to the interests of Texas. It 5s to be hoped that the change inay result in the eute'usion of the line from Alice into Meiico via Brownsville. It is claimed that the inhabi tants of the Danish West Indies fire very averse to the annexation of the islands by the UuitedStates;...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 29 October 1900

V i i i 1 TH'-gHtjlALD. 6S3GED 3CVES7 DAT SCEM? S.USPiftr. Interfei at tbe BlfewsivllU, Texas, yttiscSIea , wccnd-cI'cB xa&ii zanttsr. . . oao- KERAiD Boxx-ditto Soath Clio East ' Correspondence solicited on all matters 'jf local Interest, Ov.-ot interest to tho people of Southwest Texis. Kach com Vmunicfction must be accompanied by Via 'aame d'f ltB al'tflw. 'not for publication (unless so directed), but as a e.ssa3ntst of ffooi. faith, and when by . raciueat tnonvmous- signatures appear to each 4ommunlcaUons";Uio right 1b r3rved to disclose the pani of tho writer. should & 'necessity srlsa Xcr such fiitilocuro. Subscribers "who do -not rscelv tb5lr fpaper regularly are requ'rsted to notify ' this bffice and tho'-tiialtor will receive vproltfpt attention ami insure battor c&r vtco thereafter. 3?HE 'OFFICIAL G!T JOURNAL, Monday, Oct. 26, 1900. ABOUT TOWN. , The, schooner Mary Ann sailed T.t 8:30 this. morning, from , Point , Isabel with a cargo of Ish for Corpus, phristi...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 29 October 1900

x r lorc Peraona Killed and Injured Lain xer .Uhaa in the Spanlsli- EAsrerleaii War. Comniissioner John McMackin, of til Htute bureau of labor statistics, in hi 'juumul report, fcf the legislature com pares the number of deatli3 and inju 'sriesamongthemillion persons emploj't'cl "Sn the factories and shops of this state o the number of killed and woundedi'n 'the Spanish-American war. lie points nut that 700 toilers "met their death ihroujjh accidents last year anxMhatof he injuries sustained by 40,000 worlc Nnen, 6,000 of these injuries entailed "disablement for a period in excess & lliree months, lie contrasts this rec rtl with the casualties of the recent "war, stating that onlyXJSO were killec. "and 1,577 wounded in battle. Theconi xuissioner favors the enactment of ah, nnployrs liatbility law. Between 18S6 and 1S09 the number o" employes in 3553 establishments in creased 56,321. In the'se establishments the wages during- that .period increased, from l-il,lS4,l45 in 18$6 to $...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 30 October 1900

i J8P -4- X 1 TL. 'ME. CONSdlDATEb lIRJECTOKY STATE 0FFIC2RS. . ."Governor Joseph. D. Sayers Iaeut. Governor.'. . . , . . . J. tT..Browning Cornp&oller. ...... J . .R. !W. Fiiiiey loiul Qominissioiier. .-. Ghas Rogau Treasurer , John W. Robblns -Attoniey General. . . . . .Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction. . . .J.S.&en'Sall f DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. t . ,Ckmjcssmaatllth. district. . .,R .Kleberg StateSeuator 27th district. . .L.A. Atlee Ttefjresen tatives J. "B. Monro3 85th. district "Win. J. Unssell CJoustr Judse .. .Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Kobt. B. Hontfvo, jr. nnft'jirv Clerk . Joseph Webb iShe'tiff . C. Porto .Treasurer . Aug. Celaya s Assessor Ezequiel Qavazos X3ollecor Daihaso Lerma .Surveyor . . .M. Hanson', jr. Hide Inspector Vicente Tamayo COUNTS' COMiOSSIOiJEKS. Precinct No. 1 Atenojenen Or A -Precinct No. 2 : . . , JosaAJjBaya SPrecinct No. h . E. B. Raymond IPrecinct No. -1 S. P. Chamoion Justice Peace Precinct No. 2 J. I. P. Franklin County...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 30 October 1900

r tlxUted 2Uito CaiftBC?. d ontci m lime C ST' o&ocs runs Notice of Special ; Victoria, Ttixas, September 11, 1000.-- KrCi.JC& 1 1. ) TCnTTPK i lfp'vfiTiTT 'hvpii that a. smAfMsl i . m.-f. - xf. meeting of the stocldiolders ot The New .A broken siitcii, lute tkel- , , -,r . rt . . York, Texas ana .Mexican RaihvayCom- 7itfe Tift IVttllin the late," Ipany has been called by 'the Board of to CO .S3.J the beginning of trouble. pctois of said company, to cSuvene at frrsicstha - s.K" (f " . , u rt ti the General Oulce of said company in IMnoBMfti...-. UJ 1 am Urea, not til, . it the city of "Victor .Texas, at 2:30 WSSjftAKro7 I soon pss?ai3." " I don't believe ' o'clock P. ill on the 2Giayof November, ' . , -, .vyfy...... w!l i in medicine-' These are the broken h noo. for the Traraose of authorlzinir fcbfe Wiiowri-ix- 5i iqoo ' rfc' 7eacf "ous tHhess. tfaure huaJang, execution nd delivery f a ' y&&f -- y For Pr lidant WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President miM ...

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. — 30 October 1900

TJi EH E .RAt V. SsUED;KVXST ZsXT EaXKIT SUNDAY. ANOTHER ACCOUNT -S irELvTKUI IS 4 t V 5utftr4i.at-vh KikvrnavUft. Texts. EN:o2cf Offica; KaajLLsr BttiLDUra. South Eidc ICcaJ 'BEOWlWYILCS. TJSX.V3. ?Cprrc3ponifenc doUcited...ii all: in attars if Jodvi Intereot, or ol ititsre-.it to th 'peopla .o "Southwest Teias. Kach com ' munictton toast ha accompanied by the name ot Its author, not for publication " (unless so directed, but as a gdarantoa pf good faith, arid when - by request wionymous signatures appear . to sut;h -sicmni.uniCaUons, tiis rlht la rosoryed to caiacl6?se tVo'rijuaa'pf thsi writiur clicmld 't uecocilty ex&3 for ouah Clztlczxiza. - Subscribers -who do not receive theti" paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will roctiiyvj """prompt attention and insure hotter cat vice thereafter. ME OfFIKU BOSSTr JOBBSAU jE 'OFFICIAL GUY JOURNAL I'tiesdny, Oct. SO, 1900, ABOUT TO WS.k - AS .will be seen by the advertise ment Miss Susie Dorsett is now g...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 30 October 1900

IS" 3 SSSifcflte FOR CHlf DREk gathers Do Not Sow Administer hb , .Many Draatle Boies as Formerly, ' " Formerl There has Tseen an . immense im provement 'for the -better in the. diet, kt little children in the last genera tion, and the"u6e of powerful sooth ing syrups and'other nostrums, which vas once so common, is becoming- Ihing of the past, says the New York Tribune. The mothvr who adminis ters without a physician's prescri) Hkm such an anodyne as paregoric or "camphorated tincture of opium now certaiDly conceals the practice." For merly numberless children fell vic tims to the ignorance of- their moth ers. If paregoric had been or wa.s "now sold as camphorated tincture of 'upiuin, few mothers would ever hav used it, aid no mother who is iiofc grossly ignorant would use it to-day without the doctor's. order. If it were 'tlearly stated that in some syrups their special quality was due to k form of opium or morphine, they would be avoided; but this is not 'done. As a rule, it is b...

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. — 31 October 1900

i . . Jit ' i , ii lli a ill Uh fi i M:imd I i 5 BROWSVILLE TEXAS, . WEDESD, OCTOBER 31,. 1900. MjiSBER log. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1393, WITH THE DAIlA7 COSMOPOLITAN, WHICK WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAKS. sri i3 pGP3' DIRECTORY STATS OFSIG3RS. Governor, . i. . 1 . . ... .'Joseph p. Shyers. , Lieut. Governor X If . Browniiig Comptroller. lR. Yf . Fihley Lrjid- Coinmissidiier . ....... .Chas Ro'gan. Treasurer.,. .John "W Bobbins"! .Attorney General. x. Thos. S. Smith Sapt. Public Instruction: . . . J.S.KendaH DISTRICT AXD CO0XTY OFFICERS, t Congressman, Uth. disrrict. . .R.Kleberg -.Stale Senator 27th district. . .E.A. Atleel Representatives, K J. R. -Slonroe Soth. district . . . i . Vui. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt B. Rentfro, "yr. ,Counfcy Clerk. . . Sheriff (Treasurer t Assessor XJolIector . Survey or. ... . ... Elde Inspector. . . . .Joseph "Webb E. C. Forto , Aug. Cclaya Ezequlel Cavazos Dainaso Lenna. ...... -.M. Hanson, jr. Vicente Tamavo...

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. — 31 October 1900

trrrtij .tax. mLymLi glLi!AlIfB izzsz & missus, ea. && 5 SUBSCRIPTION Oalsed States ssffct. MTnr - J&M fcizasett v ....... ....... S. 5tira nsntte ..... l.M month w tM Oacfal Jecrai SSSilgD Sg' . Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1900 Do not jrripc nor irrltnte the p.limen-" iargf- fsazxal. nney act tentiy yec promptly, cleiiasd efTeciuahy iri hv a'. I dr reis: 9. 25 cents. 4 For President WILLIAM J, BRYAN Of Nebraska, For Vlce-ffesfdent AD LA! E. STEVENSON, Of iliinsss. of Mr. Rice, who died in his apart ments in Madison avenue under istrantre circumstances) to a check for $25,000 drawn on the banking firm of Sweuson & Sons. The check was made payable to Mr. Patrick The check whs presented at the bank for certification and owing to an error in the spiling of PatricVs name, held up by the bnnk employes. Inquiry at the home of Mr Rice by telephone dis closed the fact thai Mr. Rice had died the day before the check was preseutedv For Congress llth. District RUDOLPH KLEBERG, Of D...

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. — 31 October 1900

L 4 X THE A-LtX -tSSOED CTEjay DJLT EXCK?T 8UKDAT. Zuterei ' Ut i?, p-'- zecsa4. iiK x - center. TEXAS JJjiOWKSVILLE. Correspond ence solicited on sJl matters Hit local interest, or of interest to tne feople o'f SotithwtEt Texas. i2a.cn coxn "munication must ba tccompanied "by "tna y name of its author, not for publication unless so Uirected. but as e. ruaxantet "tof good faitli, and when fey request knonymous signatures appear to such Communications the- rhrht la rsrvod to ."disclose the r-uroa of thw -writer Sioulii. t tiecesstty criso if or cucn disclosure. . Subscribers 'ho do not.receivo theii paper regularly are requested to notify .this office and the matter, will receive prompt attention arid inaur better r- Tice oiercafter. jhe wm mmn mwal m CFFIGIAL C!TY JOURNAL, Wednesday, Oct. 31, IdOO. ABOUT TOWN. The norther which came up at boon today was not unexpected, 'after the warm weather and "south east winds of yesterday. This is Hallowe'en, and young folks will be amnsing the...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 31 October 1900

"The Aborlsln.e of Tierra del Fuecc Afiggdy JtaceThat Is Gradually 1 v - Dr. Frederick A. Cook, of the Belgiab 'Antarctic expedition, v.rites in Cen tury of "The Giant Indians of Ticrru iel Fucfro," his text. being illustrated x ith pici ures drai n from photojffiapb"s liy himself. , The Fucgans have been reported "ironi time to time, since the country vas first sighted ana named by Ma gellan in but to-daH- they still re inatHfalmost uuknotfir. In connecLro vitn the voyr.ge of tie Be3gia we haU mmsualeopiwrtuiiitit s for studying their wildaS'e and their Aveathef-beatch nnd. They are not, as. is generally fcupposed, one homogeneous tribe, three distinct races, Viith diflererft languages, different appeai-ances, dif ferent habits and homes. . . . Tltfs "Unas have thus far evaded all efforts at civilization, have 'refused mission aries, and have, to the .present tiim1, with good reason, mistrusted vrhitfe men. They have, in consequence, re mained absolutely unknown. u. . The Onas, as ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 1 November 1900

4 J- -r:.-'K-r. -.-w-fg- -yrxyrovr --y - y - Mst iWJBis NINE. a art bb 3 'BEOWNSVILLE, TEXAS', THtTKSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1900. NUMBEfe illV CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1803, WITH THE dAiJGY COSMOPOLITAN, VhqH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOit S1XTJRJBN YZSAitS. t-f 8 DIKECTOKY STATS OFFICERS. Aiorercor. Joseph D. payers xicut, GbVeriior. . . .J. jjf. rowning jromptrollar.. . . .... "Finley and Commissioner. ... Chas Rogan trreasurtjr. ..'. ; John Bobbins Attorney General . .... .Tnos. S. Smith Bnpf.'Ptibiic Instruction. . . .Vf.S.endall DCSTRICT AND COUNTfc OFFICERS. Congrcisnian,llth. distribt. . .R.Kleberg fetae Senator 27th district. ...E. A. Atiee pre3erta.te; . $ J. R. Monroe ; S5th. district . . J Wm. J. Russell County ,Tudg6 .. .Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Rbht. B.RoUtfrp, jr, County Clerk. . ." Joseph Webb Sheriff. , . . . .E; C. Forto Ueksurer Aug Celaya AgseeSor . Ezecpiel (javasos fouecior iamaso Juerma jSnrveyOr.T.. . . .'. .'. . .M. Hanson, jr. Hide Ihspoctor.'. Vicente Tainayo UNCO&...

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. — 1 November 1900

A- 4 lit DAILY fltftALDMft Halves tfTw"- s aatfe ...... v.v....;..'..-i.-... 3. Jfttiw Jtt&st& ...... j '"wc ....... Tnut'sdfty-, JfoV. i, 3.90ti Sometimes tne condition of $bttr health touid be 'de scribed as half-sick and half fwe!L You ma$ not be ill 'enough to go io bed'but fob Hi to be happy r6r efficient in your fiome or your business". Why not beo)hdi!y toell? Your dragged- ots, tired fe&ftg is due to poor blood and nothing else. Make your blood rich by os- ing HooSs SorsaparHla. it ivorks to perfection; there is notftmg tike it. Tird Feeling "My husband wodfd'come home front ivork so tired he cotM hardly move. He began taking Hood's Sarsaparma and it dared him. It chred my girV-s headaches." Mrs. A. J. SSprague, 57 Oak St., Fall Ifacr, Mass. For President WililAl J. BRYAN, 0? Nebraska. For Vice-President AULA! E. STEVENS Of Hiinois. Hood' Pilftgnro Ter UIn; the non lnitAtinn mnd only cathartic to tska with Bood'a SartapatfUU. For Congress nth. DistSfSt R0DOLPH KL...

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