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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 18 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 Elisabeth Street. SATURDAY MAY 18 1901. ABOUT TOWN. 5 Tomorrow night will be the last at the fiestas in Matamoros. Isidoro Loneroria. one of THE Herald force is quite sick. Rev. Keid Hale will preach to- morrow morning at II o'clock and in the evening at 7:30 at the Bap- tist meeting place on Levee street. All are welcome. "C. C. C.M on Every Tablet Every tablet of Cascarets Candy Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. Look for it and accept no other. Beware of fraud. All druggists ioc. It did Its best to rain last night shortly after dark bnt only a few .drops fall. As soon as an attempt at rain was made a strong south wind sprung up and dispelled the clouds. The schooner Flower of Prance arrived at Isabel early this morn- ing and immediately discharged her cargo consisting of general mer...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 18 May 1901

---Jy-'r-'""T. 1 The Texas Oil Botfrri. Philadelphia Times. While values are soaring in the stock exchanges of the East 'and the grain pit of Chicago on more or less inflated ideas of the endur ing quality of the prosperity epoeliJ things have taken on a halcyon " und vociferous hue in the newlv- discovered oil fields of Texas. Stories of fortunes made in a twinkling are coming up from the Southland where gushers are de ciared to be gnshing;aud compan- ies forming with capital ranging from $50000 to $5000000. In- vestors are offered the most allur- ing rewards for their aid in devel- oping this unexpected source of wealth. Senator Hailey has added his testimony to the general proclama- tion of good times coming iu. the great Southwest by declaring tlie Texas oil supply to be practically inexhaustible and predicting that the recent discoveries will do for . the commonwealth what coal has done for Pennsylvania Ohio and Illinois. But what the country is awaiting withlbreathless impatie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 20 May 1901

Brottmsmllc Statin Herald VOL. NINE. BKOWNSVILLS TEXAS MONDAY MAY 20 1901. NUMBER 273 COXSOLfDATKU IN JULY 1893 WITH THK COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Gotton--Houston Cotton Buyers are many in Houston; demand is ac- tive; freight rates for ex- port are unsurpassed and the result is good prices. Yqu 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 . . Clevelan & Co. Thirteenth Street. PASCUAL BR1SENO Prop'r. (Late of Miller's Hotel.) lOtfl A Z JlTATfl X An13 XT1 Meals at All Hoars. Coffee and Chocolate Fish and Meats always on hand. DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg State 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 Joseph Webb Sheriff Cel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 20 May 1901

THE -tHERAtB.'l gipity lnJinhnppy ending Ttu&j- ?Texas?Nols l wa usurer whennie i1? Jt-fe i3 f STSr (U. S. Currency.) " " ' ' v One year $6.00 it president. Kor Iliis he HumI yt Thmi'ntni'il!. -WW 150 lit; came MUhe invitation t a j-u- One month 50 ertnl faction of those vtry pp! convinced by tliein .that the major ' HV l Mexicans wanted an emperor F.jrf Bliss urn i'A !'." i nOW garrisoned by while Mildie for the fir.-1 Jjine j-ince l?be Sjmnrh-Anit-riean war (u-jfjiTu- 104 t'eel.-UiiLklh"&Uci'n re;wjering MONDAY MAY 20 1901 entire with food intentions. The Tms dry holefrdeveloped-Jnhe-- -1(;f bejl00T.nn.I Beanmoat oil field do create whs JS2 Uou . . . . much excitement. -jT..f ' : . . . l Betrayed by his trusted tnend he The Gmlla correspondent aS'sririJ?. fl(H le' died ex" sumes that editors are omniscient. Ptk blunders and misdoing Mavbethev are. but thev don't' of (ters History' reeords no 'u;. greater or more sorrowful tragedy dare to tell nil they know not 'by. - -."lj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 20 May 1901

TEXAS. JesseiO. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Buildixg South Side East Elizabeth Street. ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must he 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 Tight 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. -Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. MONDAY MAY 20 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The country is still looking rather dry as the rains that have fallen were not quite as bountiful as needed. Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 20 May 1901

Montana Gambling . Houses Ail Closed. r.RCHANTS ADD TO VOIR BUSINESS Think about. Cxf Helena itfont. May 14: Every j gamblin'g-house in Montana closed j to dny Attorney (Jeneral Donovan ir having instructed every County j' Attorney ii see that el6 3 Toe enormous sales of the Graphophone are caused by tiie lact that it has such i?!!fi!fi!fiffitnit!!F!!fnfiiF!tf!ifitftff!tftnitfwmwnfiinir n "VP0 -us jap ' MATCHLESS POWER OF ENTERTAINMENT it. That en PttPSE DESIRE for POSSESSION is awakened lit alt who hear ifc. IT SUPPLIES AN ACTUAL WANT (THE IRRESISTIBLE DEMAND FOR DIVERSION AND RELAXATION) TO GRATIFY WHICH MANY ARE WILLING TO DO WITHOUT OTHER ClosHl. it is T lie most r:mi.i - necessities ii is int nt rXn.aUon" evrh:Icen UKM I ' UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINER OF THE AGE tana and the first time" inue the; discovery of gold tlmt.faro has .lot been dealt lit the State. The Attorney General threaren ed to proceed against County lAt- torneys who failed to enforce the law for neglect of duty. . : A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 21 May 1901

Ontln Herald' V.t)L. NINE. BKOWNSVILLE TEXaS TUESDAY MAY 21 1901. NUMBER 27 OOXSOMDATHI) IX JULY 1S::5 WITH THIC iAI LY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISH EI HEKK FOK SIXTEEN YEARS. l t t HOTEL (I m MILLER. i - y k REFITTED JfJ I? AND Jij T EK FURNISH ED S Meals the Choicest f To Be Obtained M as On the market )? Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the niarlret A Three Story Brick 20 Niceh' Furnished Rooms On Principal Business Street. ) e Reasonable Rates to Families. W filial PROP. f j Brownsville Tex. fl iVLargc Will Ventilated Two Story Brick. Convenient to the business portion of tie city. Table supplied with fish outers shrimp crabs ducks geese and all kinds of vegetables in season. Rirss Mary Douglas Prop I DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. ..R-IQeberg -state Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . Wm. J. Russell bounty Judge Thomas Carson Oounty Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr. County Clerk Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 21 May 1901

KTT-nrriff '".rf t eb pan r?r! en r 3lPlltSl I im I Makes vffiaA '" ' I more 1 Tlrli fl eupfuls of I better I coffee I to I 1 the pound I than any I of its 1 S b B imhIaIiaiiii B Is prepared by an individual firm who made their repu- tation many years ago; who intend to maintain it as long as the people appreciate good pure coffee at an honest coffee price. If others imitate Arbuckles' coffee that's their business; if you prefer an imitation coffee that's your business. But you'll find that it's economy to pay a cent a pound more for Arbuckles' Ask the grocer for Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee .the original pack- age coffee and refuse imitations under any other name. With each pacKage or Arbuckles' Coffee you buy a dcilnitc part of some useful article (see list which each package contains). The article is yours whenever you present a certain number of signatures from the wrappers at our Notion Dept. Look fihe list. THE - HERALD ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $ (U. S. Currency.) One year . . :?o.u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 21 May 1901

TrS THE DAILY HERALD. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Buildexg SoutJi Side Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. TUESDAY MAY 21. 1901. ABOUT TOWN. A light norther which cnine up yesterday has made the whealher cool and pleasant today. The schooner Mary Ann sailed from Isabel for Corpus at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The schoouer Cazador arrived at Isabel at 3: 30 this afternoon la- den with lumber tor Messrs. Cress. Regular meeting masonic Lodge tonight commencing at 7:30. All members are requested to be pres- ent. OE SURE that your blood is rich kJ and pure. The best blood purihcr enricher and vitalize! is Hood's Sarsa- parilla. Be sure to GET HOOD'S. Lost between the postoffice and H. A. Maltby's a watch-guard made of six Mexican dimes and one Maximilian dollar cut out work. Finder will be suitabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 21 May 1901

1 rUnifed States Civil .; S y- Service Examination. The Uuited States Civil Service Commission has ordered -thyt an 4 examination be held by-' its. ' Uu board in this city on' Saturday JuIvtSth. 1901 i'otmnenein: at 9 o'clock a. nu. t'oi1 all the -.. FirstS. in the - Customs. V:t'rvii. Only citizens of the United Staie ' eaiibe examined. The Hg'P limita tious for- this exaMiinatfon' art as Wit 6 g a tj Toe enormous sales of the Graphophone are k caused by the fact that it has such wtRCRAfrlS auu io vcutf business Think abouttc nsmni .1 OJIJ 41 1 i '9.'. fpllows: maximum no limit mini mum 20. No. application will be accepted" for this examination uu- ; Idss filed with the undersigned iu complete form on the blank be-. forG(;th.&.hour of closing business onuuo22nd.f 1901. Applications shonfitabe filed promptly the're- fQeJyj order that-time may regain for" correction if necessary. Tli6vCGfamission takes this op- portunity of stating that the exam- inations are open to all reputabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 22 May 1901

a Broomstiilk Dniln if eralK ;ML. NINE. BBOWNSVILLE TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1901. NUMBER 275. COraObrDATtil) IX JULY lSOSVlTH THIS 1AUY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK FOlt S1XTKEN YEAHS. f ; HOTEL t t t jfj REFITTED jfj ml AND m JS -ERFtTRNISHED f t cc Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the market e A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. ' . Reasonable Rates to Families. f 1. HfVlWi t PROP. 4 Brownsville Tex. 4 HflSHLflP A Large Will Ventilated Two Story Brick. Convenient to the business portion of the city. Table supplied with hsh oysters shrimp crabs ducks geese and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas Prop DIRECTORY- DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg 'tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . . "Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Tre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 22 May 1901

THE C HERALD SUBSCRIPTION RATE& (TJ. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00. Three months 1.50 bhe month 50 Wednesday may 22 1901. '1'he dedication of the Buffalo exposition tad to be postponed un- til several weeks after the opening on account of the buildings and ex- hibits not being completed. Como siempr'e: Expositions ar naver ready on time and it is always well to time one's visit to them consid- erably later thau the day of opeu ing JJlQE attempt to impose pnntani doubtedly caused European nations cal restrictions upon Porto R.eans to hold aloof from South America in forbiding cock-fights is not and .even aid.ed in hastening the apt to increase the affection of the withdrawal of French support islanders for their new government. fr&in the empire in Mexico in '67. For centnries they have been -ac 1 1 js aot probable however that customed to this and similar forms ; tjjs (aVj when civilized people of amusement aud they see no are coming more and more to ab- harm i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 22 May 1901

4 i THE DAILY HERALD. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Heeald Building South Side Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Herbert Woodhouse has been qnite sick lately but is now im- proving. S. L. Dworman of this city was in Houston last week attending thecstate bankers' convention there. The schooner Flower of France sailedjfrom Isabel this morningand the C. H. Moore sailed last even- ing both for Galveston. The river began rising yesterday and had risen about three feet up to this afternoon at two thirty when it was still rising slowly. An elegant ball was given last night at the Matamoros. opera house by the Casino Matamorense in celebration ot the anniversary of the club. It was largely attend- ed by society leaders of Matamoros quite a number goiug from Browns- villea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 22 May 1901

i if MERCHANTS ADD TO YOUR BUSINESS Think about the Tfce enormous sales of the Graphophone are caused by the fact that it has such RAPHOPHONE MATCHLESS POWER OF ENTERTAINMENT An inexhaustible source of Wonder and Delight to all. It is simple in construction and prices are arranged to suit all pocket books; while the demand will continue as long as human nature exists. The introduction of a few (Jraphophones into a community at once creates an Increasing demand for RECORDS and SUPPLIES and a COJiTlNUOUS BUSINESS is thus established. x Why not secure the Liberal Profits which are allowed dealers? WRITE FOR CATALOGUE TERMS- ETC. TO fv Columbia Phonograph Co. 88 Wabash Avenue CHICAGO' ILL United Stats Givii Service Examination. The fruited States Civil Service Commission has ordered that - au examination be heldbv its leal wH itVS.t lite ifv km SsitiirrittV ; " That an LVTENSE DESIRE for POSSESSION is awakened w ail whs kar it. Jtlly Sth19Dl. ClninetiJ(iinr : 9 j rrSUppLES AN ACTUAL WAN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 23 May 1901

erald 4 liKO.WSVlLLE" TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23 1901. NUMBER 276' VOL. KINK. 1 CONSOLIDATE. HOTEL .MILLER RRFITTED AND KKFUKNISliED Meals tlie Choicest To Be Obtained On the market O A Three Story Brick ' 20 Nicely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. O Reasonable Kates to Families. PROP. Brownsville Tex. A Large "Will Ventilated Two " Story Brick- Convenient to the business portion ol the city. Table supplied with fish oysters shrimp crabs ducks ?eese and all lands of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas Prop DIRECTORY DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman lltlirdistrict. . .RJvleborg tate Senator 27th district. . D. McNiel Turner Representatives i F. W. Seabury 85tli. district . . . ? Wm. J. Russell Oounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Colaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector. . ; Damaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson jr. Eide Inspector Toraas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONER?. Prec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 23 May 1901

THE HERALD SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Three months 1.50 One month 50 THURSDAY MAY 23. 1901. That was a really hard rain at Laredo the other day. Depew suggests a third nomina- tion for MeEinley. The republi- cans might do worse. There is no gushing over the Beanraont wells that turn out dry holes instead of gushers. Turkey will apologize for in- terfering with foreigu mails. Apol- ogies don't cost the Sultan anything. Now that Texas has a fifteen- million dollar corporation to say nothing of the hundreds of smaller ones lately formed she ought to take care or she will beaccused of harboring octop.i always labor withont. the certainty j Late Items of reward. A lifetime is often The 'Cuban Still ..hjet l the spent in the endeavor to establish I pjtl iuni.!1(mi;tt ai some sonif M'ieiitifiu t henry or to smJvh ejlllir.-s some my.-lerions problem nf nature ; and.HS often n.ot thf peisevr- Tht cintirniiuiml enveutjoti is helm: held in A ljihrtnm 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 23 May 1901

4 0 4 r THE DAILY HERALD. Texas Notei. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. The Morgan ships will probably resume their trips to Galveston by . next July. ' . p ' " North -lexas was deluged with Entered at the Brownsville Texas ! . ! rain bnndav and m some p aces ppstoffice as second class mail matter j ' r- -I there were severe lightning and Office: Herald Building South Side i hail storms:: Southwest Texas also East Elizabeth Street. nau good rains in many places (ien. Me'Kibbin commanding the department of Texas recom- mends that a garrison be maintain- ! ed at Galveston.' t ! Vandals in Galveston stole the Correspondence solicited all mat-! GOntents Qf thfi C(jrner Rtone of gt tersui iocui lniereia or ul muuebi. lu Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL 6lTY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so direc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 23 May 1901

as United States Civil .- 5ervice Examination. Tlie .United States Civil Service Oommissioti has ordered that an examination be held hy its local Vmard in this city ui SniunJay. July 8th. 1901 commencing :iM o'clock h. in. for all tin' jjr.uU" Pitr S in ihe CuMums 'spivii-. Only citizens of the United" Siair- fiiiu.be examined. The nje limiia." tmns for t his exumin'UHKi .are follows: maximum no limit mini innru 20. ' No application will be Accepted for this examination un- less filed with the undersigired in complete form on the bla'ufc be fore the lionr of closing business offJune22nd. 1901. Applications fhonld be filed promptly there fore in order that time may remain for correction if necessary v The Commission takes this op- portunity of stating that the exam- inations are open to all reputable mtfzens of the United States iwho may desire to enter .ihe .service .without regard to race or to their political or religious affiliation's.. All such citizens are invited to ap- t ply....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 24 May 1901

math Iterate SrotDnstnlle NINE. jiKOWNSYILLE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 24 1901. NUMBER 277. CONSOLIDATE!) IN JULY 1803 WITH THI5 IAIJLV COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED FOR S1XTKEN Y12AKS. 4 . T f i HOTEL -MILLER. RRF1TTI3D AND 12 11 F URN IS H ED Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the market o A Three Story Brick 20 Mcely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. o Reasonable Rates to Families. . . - PROP. Brownsville Tex. !ll0S0Lfl)JD A large Will Ventilated Two Story Brick.' Convenient to the business portion of j the city. Table supplied -with fash oysters slirimp crabs ducks geese and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas Prop DIRECTORY DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg tale Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district. . . . 'Win. J. Russell CJounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 24 May 1901

THE HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) the nation's pledge will be redeem- J TROUBLE AT WEST POINT ed there can be no doubt but there! . - r g : is also the certainty that so soon i i as (Juba shall be readv for ndmis 1 $6.00 sion the American Union will One year .Six months .. J-yu reeeive jier ()St tiuWlintlv Three months 1.0O bne month 50 is quite complimentary to the i.- ' land when it it. is remembered j FRIDAY MAY 24 1901. ' hmv oViny the same favor! T i was-rranted Texas when she aa! All are pleased to learn that rtnibIl-Cf cameknoe.kinr for ad- Mrs. McKiniey is mnch improved fo he Ujji()n and will probably be well enough TrrrT to return very shortly to Wash-? Trip on the Rio Grande ton. v ? - m t . . t -Kl Paso; Tex. May 20 P. D. The Evening Post of New York ' ' J Onomntrham D. h Jtirs .1. A. declares that Texas nas no large Vm Lenven of he Inlernatiotm cities as yet. The Post surely has Bonmary Commission accopanied not seen the census returns for by E 2ayas repr...

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