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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 31 January 1901

y H JB H E R A L D . Jla ed-ciiii mafl-gaafey. allssclh Etrcil. THURSDAY, jg.Jl,J SO- ... -ABOUT -TOS?N. t ; xNo shiping ne ws'frojn th e Poi n t Wday. .2' Latest nUrabnr; q Harper's eekly afTiiE Hebald office? The Herald bill collector will niake his ronnfcs tomorrow, no be prepared for him. " The schooner Mary Ann - Sailed rom Corpus Ghristi for.Pomt Isa bel on the-28tb. 'February number of Prarik "Les lie's 'Pop'nlar Monthly -atid Scrib bler's Magazines on sale rat The Uebald office Miss SnsielDdtaett, the agent of t he stage company, is ill and un able to be at hereffice. Mr. 'Hoyt ijias charge 'of the office until she recovers. Bnrini permits were Issued to 4day foivEpimenia Ramos, aged 66 ijrears, who died of Ipnenraonia; ?and Desidefio Martinez, aged 26 years, died of la grippe. Lead pencils nt 10 cents Mex ican money, per dosen, tablets from 2 cents up, pens, pen holders, 4slates, slate pencils and student's 'crayons, fourteen colors, at The JSerald jol) and stationery offic...

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. — 31 January 1901

Nr. Trnnnn'n 05 - a;ii as South bank of resica ofRaucLo lIUQlGG b Oaiti. ' lVieji.',afc9745 varas passed another rc-tt saea, at ll.tr-J varus ralo Alio Frame, at 12,825 varas post on biuik of bij? lagoon, at L3.53S varas a post ou top of Loiaa Alta at lG,26i varas a post at Pfc. Isabel road near Pital, at j.J5,uo varas a post, at i,au varas r HERE AS, Aqu.Klu Werbiski, fwi ow) Michael Wertnsin, Amelia Ctiain pion aud hitsbainl, Ueorg..- Chamx)io:i tUd 6a thel5tn. day i)f April, 1891, es tate and deliver to Albert li. Shattuck, Trustee, a Iruxt deed on certain lands stako,-932 varas due East from the post in Cameron U-,mnty, State of Texas, where the upper line of Browne's ad-l-xsreiu described, fc., secure the sum of ; joining tract enters the thister at 2630 Sl6,(X).).ftXulne by aaid Aqneda Wer-j varas a post and entered timber, at 3o, b ski, M.ia5aei Werbiski, Amelia Oham- G-iO varas, road from San Antonid to pion auuueorgeUh.-xnpion to the iiriMsli iPeparo and Toreuos, at 28,810 ...

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. — 7 March 1901

1 roxtmmlie Simla If eral& VOL. NIKE. BEOWNSYILLE, TEXAS, TOTES DAY, MARCH 7, 1901. 2sTUMBEE210 CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893, WITH THE DALLY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAliS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Gpvernor.1 Joseph. D. Sayers USeut. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer i . .John W. Bobbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman, 11th. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district. ..... D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district ... 1 Win. J. Russell 3ouhty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Reutfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson, jr Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. - . Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose' Celaya ?recinct No. 3 .E. B. Raymond Precin...

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. — 7 March 1901

THE DAjLYJERALD. .HB YXIXLX3, ML m4Bm SUBSCRIPTION MAY MM , I.K M IM M THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901. TRUE COMMUNITY GREAT- TTT1 C CI I True commnnity greatness does not lie alone in a spirit of com mercial enterprise. It is true that municipal improvement and public spiriffin a business sense frequent- ly stimulates greatness, but ibis commelidable element is more of- ten exemplified in another direc tion. Enterprise of communities often leads to the erection of fac tories, street paving, water works and the elaboration of local public conveniences, but true greatness is bound irrevocably in the broad liberal pnblic spirit which should characterize the acts of the indi vidual and in consequence the ac tion of the community ; a common 4; putting the shoulder to the wheel," as it were, in all matters affecting public welfare, and the sinking of personal ends that the community benefit. A proper liber ality of thought and action toward every intejest, for no single inter est is capable of p...

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. — 7 March 1901

T 14 E- HPD A I n iSaUED ETE2T DAT SXCE5X SUKDJlT. u i ooad-cUu Kall mitUr. . nna; Hxrax.9 Build ixa, Sostk lit Z slUatuta Sum;. . IBOWN3VILXX. "TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH-7, 1901. ABOUT TO WN. " Damp weather today. Dr. G. S. Smith of'SataMaria, is in town on business. "The schooner Fannie, is loading at Galveston for Brazos The schooner Geo. Locke arriv ed at Point Isabel this uornfug. A soldier from FoiBrown was a passenger on the outgoing stage this morning. .Late copies of the Cosmopolitan and Harper's Weekly just received at The Herald officer The schooners Leman, Lynch and Mary Ann are' expected at Brazos bv tomorrovmorning. c Quite a large delegation of ip river people now iu the city -attend? ing'court, expect to l&ive tomor row.. The rain will be of great benefit to gardens, though "moreof jt, would be welcomed by the planters who are now sowing cotton seed. Indications are! this afternoon that federal court will adjourn Saturday. Should it do so the court party will probab...

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. — 7 March 1901

MAN, POOR MAN! A Few Things That Reconcile Womankind, i; He cannot put apuff round his elbow whan his sleeves wear through. t His friends would sniileMf he disguised a pair of frayed trousers with graceful little shingle floun ces. . r He would likewise be guyed if he sought to cover the ravage of a spark from his cigar with an ap plique of even the finest lace. The poor thing must shave every other day at outside, or pose as an anarchist. He has to content himself with somber .colorings or be accused of disturbing the peace. He mav not wear flowers or rib bons in his hair, no matter hov bald he becomes. His heirs would have a guardian appointed should he take to lace trimmed lingerie. The feathers in his cap are as nothing from the decorative stand poiut. He may not take unto himself a lace overskirt when his pearl trous ers become dingy. He can't edge his coat sleeve with a fall of lace'to hide a scarred or maimed hand. A pink veil is out or the ques tion, no matter how mnddj his ...

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. — 8 March 1901

UroumGuiUc Oailn ffcral vol: nine. BEOWNSVILLE, TEXAS, FBI DAY, MARCH S, 1901. NUMBER 211. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1803, WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Sayers Lieut. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land CommKsioner r. .Chas Rogan Treasurer ... .John W. Robbins Attorney General! Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman.llth. district. . .R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district , D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( P. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . "Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson, jr. Eide Inspector Tomas Ti jeriha COUNTY COMMISSIONERS . Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya Wecinct No. 8 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene K...

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. — 8 March 1901

THE DAjLYJERALD. B . VEIZLXI, M. Ml ln SUMGIIIPTISM KA7Mh JMi ... S. ... IM Subscribers -wio do sot rectlv thli japer regularly are requested to notify tkis office and the matter will receive rompt attention and Insure better ear vlee thereafter. TIE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901. Webster Davis has written a book on his trip to South Africa, and has sold it to a New York syn dicate for $180,000. That trip wai a paying speculation for Mr. Davis. It will cost the head of each family in the United States an average of $28 this year to pay for the support of the army and nary. .The total appropriations made by congress for military and navHl purposes is writteu at no less a figure than $424,275,248. This is a sun! that staggers belief bnt it is the simple truth. Mr. Loud of California seems to have it in for publishers of newspapers and other periodicals. His bill relatiug to postal laws, .which actually passed the House, but was happily checked in the senate, contained a...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 8 March 1901

THE HERALD. ISSUED STEST SAT SUNDAY. Sstcrad at th SrewmiTlila, Txaa, : c u caid-clu mall matter. OS; Hxsjlxo BciLDura, Sostk 114a Eut Sllxabaih Bursa:. S&OWXSVILLX. TEXAS. Correspondence solicited on all mitten jf local Interest, or o interest to ths people of Southwest Texas. Each com munication must be accompanied by the name of Its author, not for publication (unless so directed), but as a guarantee of good faith, and when by requMt tnonymouB signatures appear to suck sommunlcations the right is reserved to disclose the name of the writer ekottU a necessity arise Xor aush Aisaloaara. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Lost: A square gold locket, within it being a figure of a heart and also two pieces of hair. Finder will retnrn it to this office and re ceive a suitable reward. KEEP your blood pure and your stomach and digestive organs in a healthy condition by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and 3011 will be WELL. .March has been true to her rep utation for several days, and has ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 8 March 1901

A Sabbath Scene in Atchison. An Atchison young man and his girl were sitting alone in the girl's parlor IaBt evening having their usual Snnday night time of it, when crach ! a rock f lew through the window. Crach ! came another, tin til five had poured in in rapid succession. A rush outdoors re 'suited in catching a former sweet heart of the young man's who had rocked her rival's house. She objected to him calling on the girl, and tried the modern method of breaking up the affair. Atchison Globe. A delicious winter dessert and an economical one withal is the steam ed pudding for which the clever mistress of Kenilworth rnnch justly famed. No guest ever tries this excellent pudding without fol lowing the precedeut of Oliver Twist and calliug for more. It ingredients are two cupfulsof light chopped bread, o:iu-half cnpfu choped suet, taking care to free i from all strings, one-half cup o molasses, one egg, one cupful raisins, seeded or the seedless, one eiiDful sweet milk, with one hal...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 9 March 1901

rattmstnlk t- - --"VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901. NUMfE212. r J - COXSOLrDATEDilX JULY 1893, WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAIiS. IBmlg Iteraiaf I -WW-'-" t t D IKECTOK Y STATS OFFICERS. , Governor Joseph D. Sayers fiLieut. Governor J. N". Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer Jolin W. Robbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman, 11th. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district ; . .D. McNiel Turner Representatives F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . ) Win. J. Russell CJounry Judge Thomas Carson Pounty Attorney. . .Robt.B.Rentfro, jr County Clerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff -. Celedonio Garza Treasurer. Aug. Celaya 'Assessbr., : Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lernia j3urvejTor M. Hanson, jr, Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya frecinct No...

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. — 9 March 1901

mi DAILY RERALB. lUNMiPTiflN RAT MM .. I.M .. IM Subscribers vko do sot rclv thai paper regularly ire rquMtsd to notify this offlc and th matter will receive prompt attention and Injure better ar vicatbsrsaftsr. Ill OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901. A friend in need is one that doesn't dodge you when you want to borrow a V. The trouble with gome people is that they will keep on talking, whether they have anything to say or not. It can no longer be said that the Twenty-seventh Texas legisla ture has done nothing. It has adopted a resolution making the blue bonnet cue official floral em blem of the state, and surely that i something. Within twenty-four hours after Consul General Wild man lost his life in the wreck of the Rio Janei ro, thei5 were mi less than seven applications filed at Washington for apptrtiitment as his successor to the Hong Kong consulate Such incident haste to profit by the untimely and tragic ending of the dead consul should be small recommendatiou i...

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. — 9 March 1901

THE HERALD. DKD DAT EXCXTT iUKDJLT. b ioed-cia Kiil matter. f nilo; SIbaio SuiLsurs, Satth Hi Xsl Xllubstk StTMt. 8KOW3f9VILLB. TEXAS Correspondence solicited on all matter j( local Interest, or of Interest to the" people of South vret Texas." Each com munication must be .accompanied by the name of Its author, not for publication lumess so directed), but as a guarantee of good faith, and when by request tnonymous signatures appear to suck sommunicatlons the riaht la reserve to iixclose the name of the writer skouU a necessity arise tor auek aiselejrare. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The thermometer registered 86 degrees in the shade today. Alexander Stigger of Browus- ville has been appointed an engin- - eer at Fort Clark. Washington Special to Express. fr;A telegram was received by; 'the railroad company today, stating , that the schooners Mary E. Lynch, Mary Ann ana lisman are at Aransas Pass. ? $ h - A lot of mules, fanning imple ments for Lou. jb. Hiltfsiee?ar,m arrived l...

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. — 9 March 1901

Father Just Killed. Fall From Third Story of College Proved Fatal. Austin, Tex., March 5. Father Joseph Just, an instruttor at St. Edward's College, situated here, accidentally fell from the third atory window of his room at that institution last night and was ki lled. His lifeless body was found this morning. He was 28 years old and wad educated at the Cath olic University at " Washington, D. C. He had bten here about two years and was well known in Catholic educational circles throughout the State. f-t Slanderous. The literary wife of the matter of-fact husband nibbl the end of hr. penholder, wriukled her elbow, and then turned to him. " 'Argumentum ad hominera' means an argument to the man,' " sne said, "tlow would you say 'argument to the woman,' in iatin!" "Argumentum ad etarnara,' I presume," he responded. Chica go Tribnne. Blighted Hopes. "Can yon not trust me, Regin aid?" she sighed, gazing into his eyes with a pleading that was hard to resist. "No, Roxaua, the boss says eve...

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. — 11 March 1901

roamswlU JDoUgi nerallt BBOWNSVILLE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1901. NUMBER218. VOL. NINE. CONSOLIDATED DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Governor.... Joseph D. Savers" fiierxt. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land'Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer . .. John W. Rabbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Sapt Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district . D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district . . . Wm. J. Russell County Judge . .Thomas .Carson County Attorney. . .Robt.B.RentCro.jr. County Clerk Joseph ."Webb Sheriff Celedonid Garza Treasurer,. . . .' Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lernia Surveyor. . M. Hanson, jr. Hide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. EfecinctNo. 1 Atenojenes "Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya ecinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Justice Peace Precinct No. 2 ...J. I. P..Pranklin County court meets f...

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. — 11 March 1901

1 THE HERALD. UiUlD 1TPT BAT IXCPf IUDAT. Iaun4 St SnvurUls. Tsu. mUCm Waafci-w maU Mitw. As., gnus sn.ni. gXOWXiVILLX. TEXAS. MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1901. Cuba seenia still in doubt as to whether the United States is really her friend, or whether, like the fabled wolf she only wants leave to get one foot in, with the ulti mate intention of devouring the is land. Every one of the men included in the great steel combine is al ready a multi-millionaire, and possesses more than he could pos sibly spend on living, even in the most luxurious fashion. Why they want still more, and will try to crowd all other steel concerns off the face of the earth to get it, is difficult to understand. It can be called nothing more than vulgar greed. Capt. Deeyfus is about to pub lish his book, eutitled "Five Years of My Life," telling of his exile and imprisonment on Devil's Is land. It will doubtless be a tragic tule, but it is unfortunate for the author that he did not get it writ ten aud published shortly...

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. — 11 March 1901

mt DAILYH ERALD. rxjux a WZZXLXl, m. ami Wmki r SUBSCRIPTION RATS luw MM KtMttl Efem mm IM kcBiatt M OMtkA Si MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1901 ABOUT TOWN. ... More March weather. Fanners are hoping for a good rain about the 20th. iust., when then new moon is due. The schooners Leman, Mary Ann and Mary E. Lynch sailed yester day at noon from Aransas Pass, are expeeted to reach Brazos San tiago tonight. The schooner Olga arrived inside the bar at Brazos Santiago Satur day from Galveston, with a cargo of genaral merchandise. She was aground in the bay today. Three wagons arrived here this morniug from Hebbronville, with dry goods, for locnl merchants. They are immense wagons, and brought avery large quantity of freight. The San Antonio Southern Mes senger of lastk week says: "Rev. E. J. O'Callaghan, 0. M. I., lately returned from Brownsville, has been re-appointed assistant at St. Mary's to the joy of his many friends here." CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Be...

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. — 11 March 1901

May Dethrone Pkderewski. Nw York, March 5. Paderews ki, the mnsical favorite of New York, bids fair to be dethroned by a young man who fifteen years ago made bis debut as on infant prod igy and was prevented from play ing by the Gerry Society. Afttr an absence of three years abroad Josef Hofraann, the pian ist, mude his reappearance at Car nerie Hall this afternoon. His r programme was, perhaps,the larg est and broadest from a musical standpoint that has ever been pre gented in this city by any pianist. The opinion of many profes siouals, experts and critics, as ex pressed after the perforraancs was that Mr. Hofmann today stands at the head in point of technique, style, sense of rhythm, interpreta tion and musicianship, and it was also the opinion of promineut pro fessional pianists present that nevr since Rubinsteins iay ha such work been excelled in this country At the close of the programme todav, the audience refused t leave the hall uutil he had played three extra numbers, 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. — 12 March 1901

Drottmstn g If eraiJ VOJL. NINE. .. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1901. NUMBER 214. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1S93, WITH THE DALLY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERB TOB SIXTEEN YEARS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS TfA'M'ES li. WELLS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Governor Joseph D. Sayers Lieut. Governor J. N. Browning uomprroaer Office Second Fionr ur,;imH Building, Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Bobbins Attorney GeneraL jh . . .Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction. . . . J.S.Kendall J AMES B. BUTLER, DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. ConKressman.llth. district. . .R.Kleberg ATTORNEY, AT .LAW, Senator 27th ct Brownsville, exas R1SSctLiw Will pracficeinaU the courts County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff ; Celedonio Garza Treasurer. Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lerma Surveyor -. M. Hanson, jr Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina E. H. .GOODRICH & SON. Attorneys at" Law. Dea...

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. — 12 March 1901

THE HERALD. latent hi tt InniTlU, Tu, vmMIm lUutott f trass S4k Stf Xwt 1B0WXSYXLLX, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1901. the game of "bridge "is uow fashionable in London, helping the court to bridge over the mono tonous mourning period. The British are already wearing half mourning for the late qneen, and ere long even that semi -semblance of grief will soon give way to Dame Fashion's love of colors. The success in securing artesian wells with an excellent and unfail ing flow of water in the King and Kenedy pastures, iu the upper part of this county, should en courage some of our land owners in this part of the county to bore for artesian water. There is no reason to doubt that the experi inent would result successfully, and a few large flowing wells in this section would be ot immense beuefit to the interests of those owning them. The latest and most flagrant in sult offered by the adherents, of Admiral Sampson to the real hero of the Battle of Santiago was the speech of Assistant Secretary ...

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