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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 24 May 1901

4 THE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville, Texas, postoffice as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. MAY -24, 1901. . . - ABOUT TOWN. WANTED An Exclusive Uen- eral'Agent in every town .to.repre sent . the National Criterion a strong political monthly magazine just coming ont, (capital uninn ited). A liberal commission ,or salary paid to workers with push and energy who write.atonce. Past experience not necessary. New dealers, Teachers, Specialty Men and Agents answer. Address, .Na tional Criterion, P. 0. Box 251, Dallas, Texas. A number of friends of Lieut Ferguson gave mm a royal recep tion last evening at his quarters in the post, on his return from San Antonio. A fine band was engaged to tender him a serenade, excellent refreshments, both soiid and liquid, were provided, and a jolly, good time was had. The music by She band was interspersed with .occas ional popular songs rendered in chorus by Uie party. Those present included ...

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. — 24 May 1901

; 1 .. - I 88. s 3i 5- '- .United States Civil Service Examination, he Uuited States Civil Service Commission has ordered that an examination bp held by its local hoard in this pity on Saturday, July 8rh.f 1901, conjinencing at ? ojcloyk a. m., tor all the gradrsr First, S in the Customs service. Only citizens of the United States can he examined. The age limita l ions for this examination 7ire as' follows: maximum no limit, mini mnrn 20. No application will be accepted for this 'examination un less filed with the undersigned, in .complete form, on the blank, be fore the hour of closing business on June 22nd., 1901. Applications should be filed promptly, there friVe in order that time mayeujain for correction if irecessary. The Commission takes this op portunity of stating that the exam inations are open to all reputable citizens of the United Skates lio may desire to entey Thee Vse'rvfee, Ntbont regard to race or to tlieif political or religious affiliations All such citizens are i...

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. — 25 May 1901

rottmstrille Shrill) Hcralb. 4 WlL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901. NUMBER 278 COXSOLriATi:i) IN JULY 18J3, WITH THE daily cosmopolitan, which was published hekh for sixteen yeaks. 4 V HOTEL .MILLER. REFITTED AND ERFURNISHED Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the market o A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. O Reasonable Rates to Families. f PL v4m PROP. Brownsville, Tex. llflSPLflP A Large Well Ventilated Two Story Brick. iConvenient to the business portion of the city. Table supplied witii nsn, oysters, shrimp, crabs, ducks, geese, and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas, Prop- DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Uongressman.llth. district. . .R.Kleberg 3tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district . . . Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Cawson "County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Ce...

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. — 25 May 1901

E - HERALD. SUBMRIPTION I RATES: One year b.uu Six months 3.00 Vw. . -' ' Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 " SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901. - One room which too often re mains unoccupied is the room for improvement. The lower Rio Grande county has. received more rain, and every body has cause for thanks. The water that fell today ii vorh thousands of dollars to the region. NOBODY has great cause for joy on account of the rain than the hungry cattle that lately have .wandered so wearily and wistfully over the bare prairie in vain search ' for a few blades of green grass. West Point cadets who defend ed hazing declared that it tended to disicipline the new cadets and make them more obedient. Evi dently a good many of'tbe present class did not receive sufficient haz: ing. A Brookliu school teacher play-J edthe niano while the children j marched out of a burning CllOOl 1 . house He concluded there would ;be danger of a panic while. thejpackages c-rgaiettes, eighteen pounde childran could march t...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 25 May 1901

For the Bronwsville Trade. Will' Make 0"aper Kates. THE DAILY HERALD.! ASchoo-Ch BROWNSVILLE, : : : TEXAS, i "Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. and Prop. j j There has," been "oing on fori Disorders incident to the human frame: Entered at the Brownsville, Texas, j S0me tj,ne negotiations between ! of which a majority are caused or oro-j puisLUiiiCB iii secuuu ciiibs man uiuLtei. f n -II j t t IIlOlCU UV IinpUfC D100U. some of Brownsville s leadi-.g men "t 3 1 d 'H '9 IPS ssiSSnj SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. A glorious rain. The schooner Flower of Franc reached Galveston this morning. How Are Tonr Kidneys t Dr. Ilobbs" Sparatrus Pills cnre all kidney Ills. Sara ole free. Add. Sterllns; Ilcmedy Co.. Chicago or H. X. The rain comes in good time for the planting of the fall crop of corn. ' Oapt. 1. F. Cummings will be in town next Wednesday from La Parra ranch. The river is going down rapidly. There is a small saiid bar in the middle of the stream again The busy hum of the saw and the cheerf...

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. — 25 May 1901

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Expenses Being Reduced and Other Retrenchment Steps, Taken. .-- - I'oiuuibiiN Ohio," Mji 21 I he Stipretue I'rtiup WouiIhm-ii of l lit World is adhering to the polirfv ol rrdueintf excuses and" the eim-r gencyffund is receiving attenno- ,it bPitig decided today that, all feof for transfers hhonld go into this fond. In the line of retrenchment pol icy was the reductiotitE &he board of trustess from seven to five, which was rfgreed to. A compromise was reachecl. on the question of eliminating "the suicide clause irom policies, the convention declaring that no less than one-half of,- ever)- 3U1111 should be paid jfegaEdi ess til . the cause of death. The convention also decided that .hereafter. 'local camp must pay the dnes and asses raents of sick members in addition to sick benefits. The fee required to accompany applications for membership iu the oider was re duced from $10 $6. vio AWAKF MERCHANTS ADD TO YOUR BUSINESS ft f I itiALa Tkidfadnutthp An I nilAni...

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. — 27 May 1901

Statin 5f era iVOH NINE. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1901. NUMBER CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893, WITH THK DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERB FOAt SIXTEEN YEARS. tWt f HOTEL 1 -I -MILLER, HI REFITTED Iff L AND (I) " IJ ERFUKNISHED l 4 : i f v-iA ) ,-. i Meals the Choicest ?( "TW To Be Obtained jfj ' -?c On the" market... . S? A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Booms. On Principal Business Street. , Reasonable Rates to Families. ft? f a PROP. Brownsville, Tex. A Large Well Ventilated Two Story Brick. Convenient to the business portion oi the city. Table supplied with nsh, oysters, shrimp, crabs, ducks, geese, and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas, Prop DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Oongressman.llth. 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 Celed...

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. — 27 May 1901

: a a. m a THEMA2TF0R GOVERNOR. Concerning the recent conimuni- '-Late Items. V: i Brfsci. .the assassin f Kinr - r - " -5. ! 'cation whieh appeared in the Sad , Hjimberkntltglr, (!pninjiMlue!d SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) Aiifiintn KvnmKc liiuMv uuiiricf Viv Innii'iiiiF liimyfif in his fiII year ' - - . ; mnths 3.00 judge J. li. Wens turijovernur, The, M i,Vn (Whin. mlliitMiit vm. month... 50 "eiw A"" ua me iuuuwuij:: al u. K. vHrmV. . Will VIST Hl8 - " There can be no Question f "MONDAY, MAY 27, 1901. no question tht- ability of Mr. Wells, and the i , i i democratic party or lexas owes IT IS an easy matter in Texas , ui,u " rtat deHl- Umh the alleged Dowtosinkifwell and raise rail-. ral ,01,s 8re ,lder obligations t llonB him, and it does appear that they - could harmonize on him as easily fit not organise a small com- ss lhey can olj ()Id nmn Bnmu pyind bore for oil here! There j He hepfe(1 Hojff? when tjmt pjv- Isevery.reaionto believe there is -clUly ponderous statef5I...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 27 May 1901

0 4 THE DAILY HERALD. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Jes O. Whetltr, Erf. arwi Prop. Entered at the Brownsville, Texas, postoffice as second class mail matter. MONDAY, MAY 27, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. 'j? Nprthers in May! The fiesta in Matamoros ended lasl uigbt For sale Yery cheap, a marble grave euclosnre. R. Joseph. The weather has been unusually cool for the past two days, owing to the norther. Mrs, Geo. Krause has bjen quit ill for several days. It it hoped .she may soon recover. The schooner Lake Austin coin menped disahargiug her cargo at M-tbe rail road, wharf this morning. The schooner Mary Ann reached Point Isabel this morning from - - - - Corpus, with & cargo of raereban disc. Herv freight will be up this afternoon. The following real estate trans fer has been made at Sauta Maria: 200 acres of land, including itn provements and'stock by Dr. G. S. Smith to Pedro and Narciso Lon goria j consideration $5,000. The last company of the Twelfth cavalry is now being organized at Fort Sam Houst...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 27 May 1901

V 1 ( .'.if. . y-ji- States CiVIl Service Examination. The United States Civil Service Commission has 'Ordered that au examination be held bv its lcai board in this city, mr Sat-wrday, July Sth.j 1901, commencing at 9 "betook a. m., for Tall the grids First, S in the Customs nervier. Only citizens of the" United State? ban be examined. The age limita tioti's for this examination are as follows-: maximum no limit, mini mum 20. No application will he- accepted for this examination unless-filed with the-. .undersigned, in complete formon the blauk, be fore the, honr of closing fctasinrss on June 22nd., 1901 Application should bns filed promptly, there fore in order that time may remain, for correction if necessary. The Commission, takes this op portunity of staging that the exam inations are "open, to" .all .repn&abhe citizens of the United States who may desire to enter .the service, without regard to race or to their political or religious affiliations. All such citizens are -inv...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 28 May 1901

BroumGuillc Dailn HcraflH VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE. TEXaS, TUESDAY, MAY 28; 1901. NUMBeMBH CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 18S)3rWITH THIS DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK FOR SIXTEEN YEA US. H9 i . f . H L 8- HOTEL If N f j KEF1TTED jfj )j AND (f) ;j EUFUKNISHED J f s Meals the Choicest ) u f To Be Obtained jfj W On the market i O ; J A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. o Reasonable Hates to Families PROP. Brownsville, Tex. MlflSHLHP A Large Well Ventilated Two Story Brick.' Convenient to the business portion of the city. Table supplied with hsh, oysters, slirimp, crabs, ducks, geese, and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas, Prop DIRECTORY DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman, 11th. 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. Rentfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff . Ce...

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. — 28 May 1901

In I! II il ! 11 1 1 dWJ WWgT&l ! il it 's coffee any costs coffee you 1 k Iffes of 1 iw&mmmmmmmmmmA Coya 4$lCt Qio,nof,iiiae on the vrrnpper. Each one entitlei yon to a denlte part OaTC Lilt? OlglialUrCS or some nsefnl artlclc-a list or which ivlll be found i the package, together -with fall information. ARBUCKLE BROS., Notion Dept., New York City, N. Y. THE - HERALD. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Triree months 1.50 One month 50 'Office: Herald Bcildesg, South Side 1 East Elizabeth Street. Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNaI THE OFFICIAL GITY JOURNAL. Offisial Journal Hidalgo County. Correspondence solicited on all mat ters of local interest, or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must, he accompanied 4y the name of its author, not for nub- lllication (unless so directed), but'as a request and&ynipus signatures appear to sudli communications the right is re served to disclose t...

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. — 28 May 1901

Ak i 4 V THE DAILY HERALD, Brownsville, TEXAS. Jesse O- Wheeler, Edvand Prop. 2 Entered at the Brownsville, Texas, postoffice as second class mail matter- TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1901. P ABOUT TOWN. -Mrs. Geo. Kransse still continues very ill, with no change 111 her condition since j'esterday. The receut rain did not extend entirely over the country, many sections receiving very little or none at all. Little Katherine. Kleiber, the bright and interesting daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Klieber, has :een quite sick for several days, jTbnNs now much better. ft- Twentieth Century Medicine. Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as . -fari ahead of ancient pill poisons and liquid physic as the electric light of the tallow candle. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All - druggists, ioc. H. J?. Brawley, representing the )3. M.?Guffey Co., returned to Cor pus Christi a few days ago from vhis trip to the lower Rio Grande, ffle says he is glad he took the trip notwithstanding it was a long and tire...

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. — 28 May 1901

mm WbBSb&bB P IK' ICivil rvice Examination. States Civil Service has ordered that hu tion bp held ly ks ini '111 this city en Sutunlnx, ill 1001 Ullllf IHMMiT 0 m in . fur ."It rlif ffv First, S in the CuUmhs .-;rvi..:. .-JtizHiis of thn, luut.wl Mat's cnu in i-xanuurd. The ng limiia-m!mi- for this rxami nation are as lollows-: nuixiinutu no limjr, mini um m'20. No application will h accepted for this examination nn less'filed withnlie undersigned, in complete forurfoTT tile bjank, be fore the honr of closing rinisiness on June 22ad., 39(1. 'Applicaefous shonid-be filed promptly, there fore in order thatUiuie iifay remain for correction if necessary. Th5 Commission Jakes this op portunity of stating, that the exam- liuMkis are open-10 mi repmaoie iof the United-Stores vho euter the . service, H to face or to their religious affiliations. 2iis are invited to ap- ill be examined, grad- ied with entire im- id wholly without re- ly cousiaeration save sieucy, as shown by the hey obta...

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 May 1901

riramstrille -."VOL. NIKE. BBOWNSVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1901. ' CONSOLIDATED IX JULY 18i)3, WITH. THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED UEKE FOK SIXTEEN YEAKS. s uaun NUMBEHHB k 4 f 4 r If HOTEL 1 $ -MILLER, J jfj REFITTED jf ? AND J jjj EKFUKNISHED M t f Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the market A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Booms. On Principal Business Street. i Reasonable Hates m to Families. !f! PROP, ! BrmmsmlJ.p. Tp 4 i L::::::::v. SHLHND AXarge Well Ventilated -Two Story. Brick. Convenient to the business portion ofj the city. Table supplied with hsh, oysters, slirimp, crabs, ducks, geese, and all kinds of vegetables in season. Miss Mary Douglas, Prop DIRECTORY DISTRICT AND COUXTY OFFICERS. Congressman, 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg "tate Seuator 27th district. ..... D. McNiel Turner . Representatives 5 F. W. Seabury 85th. district . r . Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro, jr. 1 County Clerk Joseph Web...

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. — 29 May 1901

, - ERALD "ION RATES: . Currency.) inths . $6.00 . 3.00 1.50 50 Wued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. 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 29, 19ffl. The steel magnets themselves are beginning to admit that high tariff is hurtful to the interest of A CARD. issare-tn fail and, to fail badly. We all rise, step by -tep, and , mAn wfn dos...

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. — 29 May 1901

j4 2 a THE DAILY HERALD. GRULLA WHIM-WHAMS. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. and Prop. 1 Good Rains At Last Bui Tun Late j For (Jrops More About' Oil in i This Section. Office: Hei:ald Building, South Side East Elizabeth Street. Entered at the Brownsville, Texas, postoffice as second class mail matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. ' i For sale very cheap, a marble grave enclosure. 11. Joseph. Collector Maris has been ill for a few days, being comfined to his room, but it; not serionsl' ill. The market is now well supplied with roasting-ears, tomatoes, string beans, okra, sweet pepper, eym lins and other choice vegetables. W. H. Thomas and family, who removed sometime since from the Pipkin neighborhood out to the Sand district, are expected to re turn to their former place in the-j near future. Mr. Thomas will en gage in the butter business, with' his brotherinlaw, Mr. Stocking. The San Antonio Express reach, ing here last night reports tin; se rious illness of Mrs. ...

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. — 29 May 1901

' 7 'HER k Stoves. H. M. Field,! WICKLESS , SIMPLE, LSAEE DEALER IN ?he Rochester Lamp Co. I GROCERIES, J .The best evidence of orders from nil parts kCO0K STOVE and Shelf and Heavy Hardware, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ixir lionsebold. Tin and Wooden Ware, Wnppennan Non-Breakable White Enameled Ware, Sheet Tin and Iron, Bound and Flat Bar Iron, White Lead, Lubricatinr Oil, Turpentine, Paint, Varnish and Window Glass. Mixed and Dry Paints for Carriages and Bnildings, 'Jarriape, Wagon and Build ing Material. Sash, Doors and Blinds to order. Lime, Cement and Bricks. Agt. for John Finnigan & Co. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR RIDES, SKINS ADD ALL COUNTRY PRODUCE. 3 1 Want the Best. km Physician aims to ris knowledge, ex pand skill into the m. he writes. It is a combination ffich your case cannot rely on ?ss the inre-. and reible' oin LoetoMaud ing-'your They'll tyreg- io are of the 1 fes .lice tn lours. pi. in. anil MEET 4 Y t

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. — 30 May 1901

IPs H g mile Dailn k BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, THUESBA1, MAY 30, 1901. V;OL. NINE. CONSOLIDATE!) IX JULY 183, WITH THE DAILY COSHOPO-LITAS.iSV.HICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAItS ro NUMBER 2SlBBfi & t MOTEL .MILLER. t RKF1TTED AND EltFUKNISHED f Meals the Choicest To Be Obtained On the market A Three Story Brick 20 Nicely Furnished Rooms. On Principal Business Street. treasonable Kates , to Families. . 1 PROP. IS T7-J1 0717 HfiSflLHP A Large Well Ventilated Two i Story tsriciv. Convenient to the business portion of j i 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. Cougressman.llth. district. ..R. Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives j F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . . Wm. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney . . .Robt. B. Rentfro, jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celay...

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. — 30 May 1901

4- HERALD. iCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) r $b.uu nonins ... o.uu ne month 50 Issued Every Day Except Sunday. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. 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. THURSDAY, MAY 80, 1901 The Corpus Crony is growing. Now doubt some day it will be a great old Crouy. It always makes a thing easier to bear wjien there i's a scapegoat on whomthe blame can bi la...

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