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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 May 1901

THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY MAY 13 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The schooner Perkins arrived at Brazos yesterday. Tlif first roasting-ears appears in city market yesterday. Attention is called to the notice of cattle for sale in another col- umn. For Rent Three residences. For father "particulars apply to Mrs. W.A.. Neil. It is rumored about town that two companies of white troops will be sent to Fort Brown in about two months. . H. G. Neer of Fort Brown who lias been quite sick foiwseveral days past is much improved today we are pleased to state. Commissioners' court met this lncrniugand transacted some rou- tine business adjouring before noon until tomorrow moruiug. Win. Shears who was hurt Fri- day by beiug thrown from his Irorse is rapidly recovering and will be able to be ont in a day or two. Schooner Mary Ann sailed from Corpus Christi for Point Isabel yesterday with a cargo of general merchandise. She will probably ar- rive tomorrow. ABSOLUTELY FREE: Ladies can obtain an elegant Rocker by s...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 May 1901

f tfhe Stubborn (JhilcL Mother (to child whom she has just chastised for disobedience) J am glad to see some signs of regret in-$dnr face; you are sorry for wha'tyon have ilmie aren't von. Ciiild (whimpering) I yes. A !iiJe but I'm more sorry for what ydnj base done. yi ' ' . ' Silver for Mexico. Laredo. Tex. May 9. There was shipped through Laredo - to day 1000 bars of silver weighing 100 ounces each the product of the Guggenheim smelter at Monterey which was refined in Omaha Neb. This silver goes to the Government mint in-Alexico for coinage. i Louis A. Gody died at -table and so suddenly and unexpectedly that his first words over there were "pass the butter." Read the "Snyder's Curative "Pa'd" advertisement on 2d page. These pads commend themselves to al ;head of families. There arefohl Hy ' If "every man is the architect ofdiis own fortune5? the most of them had better abandon architec- ture and go to sawing wood. WlDE-AWi MErtCrfMSrADD TO YOliR BUSINESS Think about the Tfce eno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 May 1901

rotmtsmlle Urnln If Sc;rtt. VOL. NINE. BBOWNSVILLE TEXaS TUESDAY MAY 14 1901. NUMBER 268. OONSOLnATttI IN JULY 18S3 WITH THK DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKH FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. LEAP OF THE LOCOMOTIVE TURNED DOWN PECK. ASPHALT TROUBLES. Cotton-Houston Cotton Buyers are many in Houston; demand is ac- tive; freight rates for ex port are unsurpassed and the result is good prices. You cannot expect to ob- tain full value for your Cotton at interior points at this season. Ship your Cotton to us and your experience will ver- ify our statements. See Houston Quotations eve and & Co. Houston Texas. CDRDIAHOU Thirteenth Street. PASCUAL BR1SENO Prop'r. (Late of Miller's Hotel.) BOARDING LODGING Meals at All Honrs. Coffee and Chocolate Fish and Meats always on hand. J) IK EGTO K Y DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressmanllth. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives J I. W. Se.ibuiy 85th. district . . . ) Win. J. Russell County Judge . . T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 May 1901

h 1 In Every Home No one is too rich or too poor to use Ar- buckles' Coffee. The famous brand is blended to suit the taste of the many not the few. Its price is made to suit the purses of all. It's the finest flavored coffee (i?arJ f any coffee of its kind in the world. A package of ARBUCKLES' Famous AflCCCS Roasted UlflTEE will make a larger quantity of coffee than a package Df any of its imitations. Therefore although it costs a cent a pound more it is really less ex pensive than other package coffees. Order Ar- buckles Coffee of your grocer and get more coffee goodness greater actual value than you can get in any other coffee at any where near its price. Cava Qiffnoff ivac on the wrapper. Each one entitles you to a. definite part OCITC; CSIC OlgllalUlCD of tome nitful artlcle-a Hit of tvhich wlllbcfonndln the package together with full Information. ARBUCKLE BROSi Notion Dept. New York City N. Y. 1 Y If m J Vegetable PreparalionforAs -similating dieFoodandSeguIa- Ung ihe Stomachs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 May 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. I THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. TUESDAY MAY 14 1901'. ABOUT TOWN. The schooner U. H. Moore arriv- ed at Point Isabel today. A marriage license was issued yesterday by County Uierk Webb to Jose Olivia and Irene Ruiz. For Rent Three residences. For futlier particulars apply to Mrs. W.A.. Neal. Meanwhile why don't the citi- zens of Brownsville organize and bore for oil or Artesian water? The commissioners' court this morning approved some bills and transacted other routine business. ABSOLUTELY FREE: Ladies can obtain an elegant Rocker by spending a few minutes' time. Ad- dress Phoenix Chair Co. San An- tonio Texas. The regular statement of the First National Bank of Browusville appears in this evening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 May 1901

Discouraging. WIDE-AWAKE I'lelt I is uiy aim in life to do somelhingthat will make my name eternally remembered. - She I it? Yon ar.H a pretty .poof illtt are yon not? Suiiiht vllle Journal . 1 .Somei!keptiits ire like the n-ar. j3rliteU man who skates rijrli up to the danirtr sign to sit what ii says. Detroit Journal. -: When anvoinan has something which is too good to last she al ways exclaims "Now isn't it loo bad!" 4 . A mau and woman begin to talk- freely to each other after they have been mrrried a month and usually overdo it. Atchison Glove. y . : Why Certainly. Brenham Press. When Mr. Morgan gathers in all the Atlantic steamship lines wilJ Mr. Hanna still insist on present- ing these with some $9000000 of subsidy per year! 1 ; Cause of the Hegira. Wa Telephone. v A Fort Worth poet tries'to make "affects us" rhyme with "Tex- as." rfo wonder the panthers abandoned that town. To Fall Bade On. Shiner Gazette. Pla'nt some cotton corn aifd hogs; aud whan your oilstock runs to wate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 May 1901

M 4 THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1901. ABOUT TOWN. For Rent Three residences. For father particulars apply to Mrs. W.A.. Neal. Probably the largest carrot of this season in Browusville was ex- hibited by one of the local vege- table men. It measured fourteen inches in length. " Commissioners' court was in ses- sion this morning the only busi- ness of any importance coming be- fore it being the examination of the quarterly report of the comity treasurer which was found correct. Lieut. F. K. Fergusson Artil- lery Corps stationed at Fort Brown is in the city in attendance on the Federal court as a witness in the Williams' murder case which comes up on Monday for trial. Express Army No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 May 1901

1 2 -jz&tJ?-- Costly Stinginess. A custom official who has been on duty in New York tells a story of how u stingy wan came to grief on uiih of the docks. "He was a WnCAWAIE MERCHANTSrADD TO YOUR BUSINESS rnurnunc Tne enormous sales of Ilia Grapbophone are caused by the fact that it has such MATCHLESS POWER OF ENTERTAINMENT fussy littln fellow." heays had a small -teamer :rnnk soon as the inspector had his examination the niiiti Ienpd over to strap the trunk. He had some trouble and one oMaSoters on the dock offered to help l$m. No' he snapped 'I'll do it my- self. I'm not tipping any of yon fellows.' While he was leaning! f UMf I. lit 1 I I f 1 1 IV UUC J l LUC V I U. O U Dspectors iu the service came France on the man's backbronght out by. the strain on his coat as he leaned over. The inspector placed ' his hand on the lump. Then he ordered the man iuto bis office stripped him and found a belt con- taining $18000 woth of jewelry around his body. If tliat man had not leaned over...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 May 1901

roumsoilk Dm In cralb. VOL. NINE. 15EOWNSVILLE TEXaS WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1901. NUMBER 269! CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893 WITH THIS DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKH FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. W 4 4 ddtton-Houston Cotton Buyers are many in Houston; demand is ac- tive; freight rates for ex- port are unsurpassed and the result is .good prices. You cannot expect to ob- tain full value for your Cotton at interior points at this season. Ship your Cotton to us and your experience will ver- ify our statements. w See Houston Quotations Win. D. Man & Co. Houston Texas. Thirteenth Street. PASOUAL BR1SBNO Prop'r. (Late of Miller's Hotel.) EOAEBING LODGING Meals at All Honrs. Coffee and Chocolate Pish and Meats always on hand. DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Cougressnian.llth. district. . .R.Kleberg tale Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives F. W. Seabury 85th. district ... Wm. J. Russell County Judge . Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro jr. County Clerk ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 May 1901

THE - HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1901. UrFORTAltT JOB MEXICO. The report that President Diaz has concluded to push the con- struction of the Matamoros and Monterey railroad is encouraging.. It seems that the importance of such a road for the transportation of troops and military supplies when req...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 May 1901

rou.iiGi.illc Oniln If crnlfi t VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 16 1901. NUMBER 270 COXSOLnATi:i IS JULY iss. with tiik daily cosmopolitan which was published hekk for sixteen years. Cotton-Houston Cotton Buyers are many in Houston; demand is ac- tive : freight rates lor ex- port are unsurpassed and the result is good prices. You cannot expect to ob- tain full value for your Cotton at interior points at this season. N - Ship your Cotton to us and your experience will ver- ify our statements. See Houston Quotations Wm. D. C leve and PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J AM KS r. WKLLS. ATTORNEY AT LA W. Office Second Floor Rio Grande Rnilrod Building J AMES B. BUTLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Brownsville Texas Will practice in all the courts. E. H. GOODRICH. E. K. GOODRICH E. H. GOODRICH & SON. Attorneys at Law. Dealers in Real Estate. Complete Abstracts of Cameron County kept in the office. BROW. LE. TEXAH J" UN HAItTLKTT ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Will practice in District Slats arW Federal (Courts. MA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 May 1901

THE - HERALD. . Texas Notes of 62000 acres of land in MRS. MCKINLEY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (TJ. S. Currency.) One year . . . . 6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 150 One month 50 Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and -when by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the nameof the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. i Jejfei son .cuuifty was made by B. f V ideiiFCftf rtg.s I' i p. McN.uItt -sup-rintyiliMir' o Ht;;to . rr.:.. : Xtatf cle.af ami dnitib aAhim Ti ; ;-:n. :ir for Uis Aa he.riulnw f'apJ I. (' - White Cor $1500000 in rash. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 May 1901

$ T THE DAILY ilROWNSYILLE. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop Enterec p.-toffu-e ih Brownsville Texas ( or.d rlass mail matter. On i ;.: IIi:kali BtrunfG South Side . East IJHzabetlt Street. issued Every Day Except Sunday THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL Official Journal Hidalgo County. THURSDAY MAY 16 1901 ABOUT TOWN. Two of The Herald's .employes are on the sick list today. The schooner Caroline sailed from Brazos for Lake Charles at 7:30 this morning i.n ballast. For Kent Three residences. For futher particulars apply to Mrs. W. A. Nenl. The wind and dst have been so disagreeable today as to make peo- ple prefer staying in doors rather than be on the streets. The jnhiaira whih has been go mg on at the Plaza de Allende in M;tainr) since the Fifth of May wiii continue until Sunday night. Watermelons have made their appearance in the market. Some were sol i yesterday n the street which were of good size and qual- ity. The schooner Mary Ann arrived at the Point this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 May 1901

L r x I IBBBi Ifcv Ei mm Breathing. Great men are as a rule deep breathers. Breathing exercises are benefi cial to every organ. The' give the Ikj.iI y an erect bearing and iiiCHeHsj the faculty for work. Whethir one hones to excel either in nieiit;: or physical vorkr the ability t breathe deeply is valuable. The lungs may be developed by any one without the assistance of an instructor or gymnastic appara- tus. " J One of the first rules is to breathe through the nose. Nine people in ten in taking a long breath will open their mouths wide. The mouth was never intended by nature as an air passage. It is too large and allows a great draught of cold air to' strike directly upon the delicate lung cells. The nose allows only a small quantity of air to reach the lungs and this by passing throngh the nasal passage is more or less warmed to the temperature of the! body before reaching the lungs. Deep breathiug strengthens the .entire spinal column. On taking a long breath the diaphragm sji'o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 17 May 1901

rottmsmlle Urn It) If efalfc VOL-. NDi-JS. JBBOWNSVJLLE 1EX.AS FRIDAY MAY 17 1901. -.NUMBJSR271. COXSULUATI"I IN JULY 189.3 WITH THK OAIIiV COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISH El' HEKK FOK SIXTKEN YEAKS. Cpttdn--Houston Cotton Buyers are many in Houston: demand is ac- five; freight a-ates for ex port are unsurpassed and'i the result js good prices. You cannot expect to ob- tain full value for yqur Cotton at interior points attiiis season. Ship your Cotton to us and your experience will ver- ify pur statements. "See Houston (Quotations & Co. Houston Texas. Thirteenth Street. PASCUAL BR1SENO Prop'r. (Late of Miller's Hotel.) Meals at All Hours. Coffee and Chocolate Fish and Meats always on hand. DIRECTORY DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabnry 85th. district . . . ) Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney . . .Robt. B. Rentfro jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 17 May 1901

THE - HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 .One month 50 Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. FRIDAY MAY-l? 1901. Boss Croker is coming back in June from is trip abroad having remained away from New York long enough to allow his character to recuperate from the assaults of the reformers. The president's happy little talks and fhe smiling amiable dis- position he continually...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 17 May 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail maiter. Office: Hebald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. FRIDAY MAY 17 1901. OIL AND CjAS IN DUVAL COUiNTY. A Well is now Being Built At Piedra Piuta. ABOUT TOWN. Commissioners' court after be- ing in session since Monday ad- journed last evening. The Herald is still short two hands but. manages to land on both feet at the usual hour of go- ing to press. The schooner Flower of France which sailed from Galveston Satur- day for Isabel has not yet reached her destination. A letter received here from Gapt. Thompson Gyles of the schooner Clara Ida which sailed from Point Isabel the latter part of last week reports her arrival at Galveston last Sunday having made the trip in thirty-six hours. The schooner John Francis Cooper Walke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 17 May 1901

An English Tribute to Hawthorne (Prom the London spectator.) Tome Americans never seem to make half ennnjh nf Hawthorne. What niun can thv possibly vv.mi ? what more would I hey h:v? An American to the hafdchouf -in every fibre of his bring jealously American fiercely American ready to hate a Britisher or to love him as rational occasion prompt-lur de mnnd but finding hatred always a little the easier of the two tht- master of a style so exqniiTte tjiat nothing is too delicate too shad- owy too evanescent to escape from its meshes his fingering of that sgreat instrument the English is f r i r l: Till tt lin I a T mnir lrniiu I 11 r eloquence sheer glowing elo- quence he has had no rival for a centnrv.'His fancy his imagina tion his feeling for things for the beauty or horror of things of all the charms of places all the riches of association are they not his after a measure tas much above praise as beyoud imitation i It is to me a ma.tter or extraordinary satisfaction that Hawthorne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 18 May 1901

eralfc roumout VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 18 1901. NUMBER 272 CONSOLIDATED IX JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKE FOK S1XTKEN YEARS. ill Dniln it lie votton--Houstn Cottoii Buyers are m any in Houston; demand is ac- tive ; freight rates for ex- port are unsurpassed and the result is good prices. You cannot expect to ob- tain full value for your Cotton at interior points hi this season. ' Ship your Cotton to us and your experience will ver- ify our statements. See Houston Quotations eve and l VI & Co. Houston Texas. CORDIAHOUSE Thirteenth Street. PASCHAL BMSENO Prop'r. (Late of Miller's Hotel.) BOAHBING LODGING Meals at All Honrs. Coffee and Chocolate Fish and Meats always on hand. DIRECTOR DISTRICT AND COUXTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district .'. D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district . . . ) V?w. J- Russell County Judge Thomas Carson .-.County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 18 May 1901

-f . fisppgj 1 CAST0R1A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought 11) .fcgefable Preparalionfor As- similating llieFoodandBegula- ling the S loinachs and Bowels of Bears the Take a cup of Arbucklcs' Cottee ana a cup 01 me "cent-a-potmd-cheaper" kind. One taste of each will prove to you that the reason Arbuckles "costs a little fftore is because it's worth more. It's selected with greater pains roasted with greater care- packed with greater skill. It comes to you as fresh as when it left the roaster. Not a partille of its strength or flavor lost. Cheap coffee lacks both strength and flavor. Roasted Coffee is cheaper in the end than other coffees because it makes more cupfuls to the pound and gives far greater satisfaction. . I With each package of Arbuckles' Coffee you purchase a definite part of some useful article i which is yours on presentation to our Notion Dept. of a certain number of signatures cut from the -wrappers. You'll find a list of the articles in each ...

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