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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville daily herald. — 7 August 1897

Jt s" j CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893. TOTH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN JVfilUH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. r- m -J 'XJj I W' ! J .f! fi? 4- K & 5? IS? i YOU VI SOCIETIES. BIO GEAUDEI.ODGB NO. 81 A. T. & A. M. Isi dore 3arks, W. if.; G. Nataason. S. "W ; TV. A. Keale, Secretary; A-Jagou. S. V;, Bobt. DalzelL Treasurer; B.C Jtfacv, J. W; B. H. Wallis J. B.; G. W. Miller, Tyler. YiHitlng brethren cordially invited. Idge iaei first and third Tuesday In each month. excelsior lodge so. I0I.O O.F.-OFFICEB joim M.Haynes,Nobie SSlS&S; ,,r Ealy. Jr., Secretary; J. Tletcher, ttog Vnl -!-.J -,o. 1? TiT1.tto T4ifr?rt TAn7irv ast Grand, Chas. F. Tfljhmau Ditrict Deputy llT&Jia Yiasser. ine jjaage aseets ai i.ou y. "i. rery Wednesday night, risitmg brethren and J511 Odd FeJoTrs in jcod standing we cordwlly invited to attend. &ik8 S5TIGHT3 O? HOKOB X.ODGBNO. S730. OF. &?&? & EKS. . Browne, nt'5?r. Eictaio"; JesseO. Hheei i&'tzfi .v- er, Vice Dictator: i has. bF...

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 August 1897

z. , :u ' AW "" w J" I-' s v iw - -a HIMILI-HERALD. TiiETHaRALD is the only pnprr published on the lower Rio Grange. SATUJIUAY, AUGCST 7, 1897, WelLj- Pa Reagan Las cer-j tainly sprhng-a surprise on k3?xasi. Judge Reagan has given Ms ung friend Charley Calber-j isoffietljing to think -about. hctar? Sherhak says he does net intend to resign and BoLord'BalisfauryBjay as well ?-rie on" tlie lookout for more surprises. Now, if only Judge Terrell tloesn't come back from Turkey loaded for the lecture platform, !?exas7 rejoicing over her big crops Will be unalloyed. Mills, Culberson, Bailey, Reagan tbis begins to grow interesting. -And there's Alex. Terrell yet toiear from. There will be fen in Texas next year. Jap'At seeras-io overlook the act that Hawaii has asked for admission to the United Slates !Fuis country would never annex the islands unless they first re quested ft. Some men who manage to Sold public office for a score or so of years get to thinking a--! Cer awhile that. the coun...

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 August 1897

4w , i t ill V N A to f , TfljE-DAILY -HEttiLD e BfFieiii gin mmJ mt 0. WSife& jx rscjssros. Subscription Rates. Dne Year $6.00 fe Months, 3- ;.:- - -- t r4 t .. . 6octs i) SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897. ABOUT TOWJN Corn is still relating nfr 16 cents kn'alratul. Sugarcane in small quantifies is oming in daily. John W. Poyt is having sojme to pairs made on his residence. Dr. Price's Crearfs Baking FowcEe World's Fair Kis&est Award. There will bo "no Hies en yon'' if 3011 hfry a 10 cent fly trap at liQtica .lei Leon. There will be a game of base-ball :atthe Point tomorrow "between two -juvenile nines Wood is a rather scarce article :aow, and the little that is brought Into town sells high. 5)on't forget the excursion over ihe Uio Grande railroad tomorrow. !Chere will be fun at the Point. Alice is to havo a new postmaster, B. S. Overton having been appoint ed vice Adolph Voight, removed. A lijjht Tain, lasting about a half 'an hour, fell late yesterday after :inoott. It has also be...

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. — 7 August 1897

A m ! i & Jr &&ANK)R SENATOR. 33fe Venerable Statesman Wants to Return to "r Congress. Palestine, Tex., Aug. 2. Jhe News orrespoUxlent, hav ing heard that Hon. Jolm H. tReagan was being discussed -as a candidate for the United States senate, called on the "'old-Roman4' at his country home and requested an inter view on the subject. Without hesitation the distinguished gentleman assented and the result is as follows: "Prominent persons are mak ing the inquiry as to whether' ydu would like to return to the senate of the United States. J?re you willing to say anything on the question?" - ' . "This subject has been men; fioned to me, I have given it some thought. If it would meet the approval of the people and the legislature I would like to aain be elected as serator for Texas.1 ' "Will you be a candidate for 4hat office?7" - "It -is early to make a decla- &Qnj?ntKis subject." . Vrct fmfnrJL too earlv if WW, .v. w- J "ytu desire the position, to mil-p if known, and T aH...

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. — 9 August 1897

COirdk&D-M-JOLY 1S93, WITH THE-DAILY COSMOPOLITAN "HIOH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR MTEE YE - -s . - - - dfe-a VOL-; VI. BRO"WNSVILLE, TEXAS, MOST DAY, AUGUST 9,9f.i NO-. -81 le- " Jr i 7" -T 9 T hi I brT V ltf fl N 0 9 "J m X S&VS&TIZJS. HID GKASDE LODGE KO SLH..V & A. 5L &- J TV. A. SieaJe, Socrei-rv, Jagon. S. W;. Bobit. DalzeiL Trosjrer; Jl. ? acy, J. W.B. H TValHs.1 J. 9 , 8 W. iliUer, OVKr. Vlaxtiagljretiiren ArT-& cordially Invited. Irfwge "iaBOta first and tlur3 -Tncsis- In cscli month. -r- 5v-- EXCELSIOR LOnOEXO. i -.trHt? , John II Haynes,Soble 'fIISKA-CjN" A Grand, Frank Smith Sil3d?oVJs& Vies Grand; Jflhu 9. Siaeie Treasurer; Tic . r Esly, Jr., Secretary; J. J. FIrtchc-, aitiiEj 'Oast Grand, das. P. Tnghrean Disinet Deputy Jlrand Master. The Lodge seets at 7 30 p. a. 3?very Wediiealny nihi. Visitjsjj brethren ind T311 Odd PcJowa in jeod standing ire cordJsH envltcd to attend. - tf s HEIGHTS or 11017011 j5ggvJ3 JXJPGE NO. 3730. OF. j M Pn er. TO rur...

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. — 9 August 1897

1 1 .8 iMAiicN etinmfli iunw S agi r.Tmrr,l.i.iiii-TTrj-tajjfcjyMigBtoJfn iT .-jH" rrri r wi T-ni i i fr "i""iniiai ifl JTTTiMafThii' , iiimihii i' i hi iinniiin -t m in i n i iwi'i' n r-irn njTmin 1 1 mini n mrMiMi niinimi l nni immmmm t mmixo 'Vs 4 T Tl k-SS J.S? -?v e S5I5QS iSE 52.2F3IST03. MONDAY. ATTGTJ&T 9, 1S97. Selver has been getting some pretty bard knocks ia the ccmf- "mercfal vcrlci'Tefcently, bat it -will come out all rigit in the 'end. - Tns suspension of mills aftd . Globing of shops are daily makp 5ng thousands more of idle men and women at the 2Torth swell Sng the ranks of tliepes 'simists.' - ? "Well, since the railway bondamendmenfcwa$ defeated, Cimeron county people will sjnst have to go to work and build a railroad out of their vTn pockets. TSS-MIL?- IifS9FFIOMlG0U8IY SRSaJ JoAfcjitf Miller, the poet of the Sierras, has 'gone kr-the 3Cbndike golds field tb write Oiip the situation for the Kew ' -fKJTd. The poetic side of y lucre wilUraiing for doubts in the...

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. — 9 August 1897

- 4 .:? p m & I-. c r Lr A Mr r5 y tmzsps&mj- .THE.-DAILY -JIERALD THE OFFICIAL 01TV QRgJUL The Heralhis the only pappr jiufelished on the lower , Rio Grande. Subscription Rates. 0ne Year , So.oo 6Ionths, 3-00 3 ........ 1.50 -. 6octs - BIUXDAI, AUGUST 9, US97. MiGUT TOVVJN The city fathers hold a regular Council to-ni?ht. Pr. Price's Crssss Baking Powass World'sFalr Highest Avard- Wanted: Two good Oil sales men, Koblo Eefining Co., Cleveland 'Ohio. The Red club is preparing for a .grand blow out tonight in honor of 3Ir. Claris. Gali at Stucke's and see those Jlitchcock lamp. They are the 'best thing out A marriage license was issued to day by the County Clerk to Rafael Anzaidua and Miss Refugio Abrego. Owing to the illness of the Tector ;and his family, there was no service at the Episcopal church yesterday . The schooner Lake Austin sailed at noon yesterday from Point Isabel with 90,000 lbs. seed cotton, for tho Telasco oil mills, Velasso. Texas. The commissioners court, e...

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. — 9 August 1897

& - -SF s . &, 0 " w -- jga-'.. V J. fii spiked cf th.s president. k3Bre Gi ry v?. . Joi as a pa- 'ST' per-au" v5- ?nr IFs3Icw-Gitiaa cf 1iie White Sons :mwKcn ne writes o the offi- cial cares of the r-reddenr. In opening I 3:s article Mr. Btiel says: . .. president wlio sconia not carry in- f to the White House a relfeh for drndg- ry, "btLsinoss criits of ine nicest i3- r3rainatioxi zm& a cossfttntion of iron -WOIlld "he TiTPJvlfleefc CCJVinname. CVen " i " " asregarcs nis more imporanc unuta j -His signature on the papers which he is told will not otherwise bo legal might; "be as good as the custodian of his bank acpount would require, but within the meaning of the law it would he as ofen as not a moral forgery. Yet no com plaint should be offered en this account. - "Presidents are made for better or for worse. Such as they are in natural f acul- ties and strength, so they must serve, ome of them leaning on official advisers and bureaucratic clerks in every step they S...

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. — 10 August 1897

t c y TS93, WITH THE DAILY' COS. MQ which was publishednhe 1 "V r "V- uq l P . -,; 4 i v- i A. mx a r J'"-- , B. . I'!) n i & t 1 o i i 15 ' Jr .VOI I SGCSETIE3. BO GEASDEXODGi: NO. El A. F- J. A. 3L Isi dore AfarLs TV. if.; Q. Natancon. S. W.j TV. A. Xeale, Secretary; A- Jagnn. S. TV;, Bobt DalzelL Treasurer; B. ?. ifecy, J. TV;K. E. YTalI2 J. !.; G. TV. Miller, lyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge S Sty' fW jiaets first 1.3 tlurd Tuesday in each moutb. ESCElSIOR lodgeko. Johu m Hayncs,NoDie to t r n v -nirprnPTi 5 5?VM Grand; Frank Smitb TIc9 Grand; John 3. Stncke, Treasurer; Vic fx "Eily, Jr., Secretary; r. J. Fletcher, Sifticg oast Grand, Chas. F. Tflghniaa District Deputy! rxaa uaster. The Lodge uects t 7.30 p. m. lvery Wednesday njght. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd FeAovcs in jood etandmg ire cordially envited to attend. KNIGHTS OF SOOR LODGE NO. 3730 OF. FI EttS .A.firowne. Dictator, J sseO.Theel J er. Vice Dictator: nas t-i ia. F TiJshnajH; .eslfitant Wtiinr...

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. — 10 August 1897

?S" ?1aP' jiskp r-3-- - Frtiaoer of Spring? ttfo. Fa'crn saLt"' Resorts Hlnssglf. : - j -sr-wssiik ,3s. SsSfeffiK- sxs.-'' &..-batfe rOtan VVOOtS-to i ;tiv!-if'i . FenjaSa Disease zrt "tf." Uave Cert2 Orders. uy$peps!s ana neuralgia jQf-t"fce stQinnq.& wiral OUS 3r ' .. m-m mrw :trr. Tr,-'V-fl several jear? agoI srralne-d xnjstoja: v t. in lifting1 mHk -canC "Shis btcogUolj-.. isal iaatiJK Speilscs sls& gymptoraa . HIHF'n11-?'- D I begaa taking Heed's Sasapscilla an&J.. ;..- ... " - - . .- T I I is Rriy lived al1soaaa3naneaaiJSSol)eeaevsmce."J. - : .-c . C?.-r' :. J tS r Sfe. ' t : i iEgoLn.Hrt30EB,s3hiiifeEana.r-jr" rtieie-crrthe sXnSfect today; iusti-! M ?- off ; t&f7 iAia jSsiiS3r x4C-iJr 7'f if. r&FSKu a by actir.gcii-ecy apcciliedc" atiors2'3 afsrtedr - 'X'ik.'-'i -- yjct i.-LTzrr 1 1 k'---:i fc- "-it I v' . if fi : -s ! tj lotffo citrp- k Jfcadatdieiaceatsr 0,-iK?. ; ii?ni5i ,isrur . Ither in -f&W cit v j " ?" - v:--"--" rc-l.."J. mm -Jf"".- -the re...

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. — 10 August 1897

ii f i,V - N . r. . " j -jsSS"' mm- DAILY -HERALD lri" -r- r-rj r-rs idtn ni TallER!M.ii istlfe only jpasPr published r oathe louver lio Grande. Subscription Rates, -f If. S- -OTSBSKUY. )ne fear 6.00 -56 Months, . . 3- -3 1 - TUESDAY, AWUST JO, IS97. MHfc ttmliRt Uii? 888X8.11 ofc. n. fens, tue - - PURELY FSBSONAL. 1 1 i Father Vignoli came iip from the ' 31. A. larsh, Itfft last evening for iltis home at Delfina. - Frank Champion "and Albert Brownespend astiiiglit at the Point. Mrs. Geo.Stoe -anl daughter, tilis Grece; came up from the Point 'tills morning. Mr. A. Dsrila -iuid sister, Mis Mary Si mo. -rore passengers from Yhe Point this morning. The city council held a regular 'mooting last night-, only loutine business being transacted. L. G. SgIiuUz, has secured a po "sition in tho State Univerit at Austin and left this morning for his new home. Prof. Barbour left 6x1 this morn ings Alice stage for an Antonio. ' He expects to return to Pn wnsvHle in a few weeks on businc connccT-...

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. — 10 August 1897

' "v -df--- - - iv, -r hU f.rViT& t r '; -? r J i S -.St. WHl ! i TP&oe Was It? -'jfc scholar traveling in the east says " ifcat Ie -was once in camp -with Ms Iriend JEamsay, a roan of kindred tastes a wxeSehod Pffygiaii"Hllagei ar from the track of traveler As ticy were IrtriMug tentS in Ihe inorning a heavy lced Loy fcrqpght Mir. BaniSay" liatid JtS f bronze for sale. fiTe sorted i rap idly 2 -ihe $alm tst Ms hand and found inoui-tfexiibljilr Sae ery snrfe coin of HJernpoKs. 5:heH ie pub it all back again in the hoy's outstretched palm and offered half a dollar for the lot. The boy accepted the bid, gave back the handful,, iook his money and disappeared virile Ihe exultant purchase? Tent chuckling off among therlferses. Ten jniE3tes lata? the boy appeared sigain, and, going ftp fo the other Eng lishman, offered, anoifcer handful of rub bibh among v.hich was the same rare Hierapolitan eoiii. The gentleman kepfc the bronze in his hand .and -oliered a Jialf dollar ias it, vhi...

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 August 1897

tsi i n VOL. VI. "6. a t-" at- M & .f -: -4 1 il SOCIETIES. KIO C2ASD2 LODGE SO. 81 A. "F. & A. H. Isi dore .Marks, W. if.; G. Xatsnson. S. W.; W. A. XealcSccxeUrx'; A.Jagoa. S. "W;, Bobt DalzelL Treasurer; R. C Jfacr, J. W;JS H. Wallis J. D.; G. W. 3fiUer, Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. "Lodge ., jasets firilaud third rneudayin earh montli. EXCELSIOR XODGSKO. r rSTOt? A TOT. f O.F -OFFICERS fd llji7 . JoUn M Havnea.Xoble i1 fj?3?5L2'a Grand, Frank Smith I tU&3V'' "Vies Grand; John j. Stncke, Treasurer; Tic , r Eslr, Jr., Socretary; M. J. Fletcher, Sitting ast Gran. Ckas. P. TDghman Listrict Deputy ttracd Master. The Lodge sects it 7-30 p. m. veiy Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd FeJovre in joocl standing ire cordially fcnvited to attend. HEIGHT OP HOXOR LODGE 2iO. 3730. OP. FI EiiS. .&.Browne, Dictator; JBeO.'Vheel I er. Vice Dictator; "has. j F Tiigimain; issistani JSfe Dictator; M. Hanson, Past Dictator; H. Sherwood -&. Reporte-; J.B...

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 August 1897

.W-15S- Wi5, Cr. ZcFJSlI lawiv; S J ,i a. v -i - tere&w&. fCrc fn work fsr bm PSidbFazm. i ' --. I c . ...-aA Rntfl tft fy&S-j --1 r V njsa.il based I "d tlD - L n5 tir&zp senatorial asniraii stunner. Tub Sunny South is getting"" wvm' & -- too allured sunnv lately t03 snit the Texas farmer, who has "been scanning tbejsldesforsev ral weeks looking Tor a few rain clouds.- The cotton crop throughout the greater portion of the stale is reported tg be in nted of rain. Tits United States paid Bus cia 7,200,000 for Alaska, -and 4tbe purchase pi ice was consid ered lilqh at the time. TU bladk, balf-frczen peninsula baa alfeadv repaid the sum several toes over, ia sealskins and gold, and if recent reports of ptroipaii!f coal and aspiialtum depoisits there be correct, Alaska will prove to be one "of the big gest bargains in real estate ever tecured by any nation. Dr Emens claims that by pounding Mexican silver dol lars a long time and with great force, at the same time sub...

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 August 1897

rJh Jk i5 A . i r - -fr TI1B r BAiXY - HEIULD i--v & ' Sals tiUfegl Ths Bz&Atj is the tfsly pa?1? pab&feed 4ter oa ifce lower Rjo Gr3ade- Subscription Rates. Dne Year 6 Months, S6-00 T ,.Q 6octs 17EDXESDAX, AUGUST Jl, U397. An Klcgy. For The Hej:au. Ye sous of Baccbass, lead a ear asd fair jjacchaaieft few, And lteo to taea-mi scheme of ieahyi"- - w -i- "- aadjaou. There izised the drinks from xS cents to 25, r lold. Aad swear ihej il! keep up te price liil sHrer reaches oid. A Smiier. Broarastille, Aagttt ii, J7- ABOUT TOWJK. Pull moon tonight ply traps 10 cant? Botica de Leon, Try a 10 cont fly trap. They are a reel comfort" &?. Price's Cssss BaSdsg Fcwd Worth's Fslr fi?gfesst A-srsr4. TVsxite&: Two good Gil sales men, Sbble Uefining Co., Cleveland Ohio. An unusaallv Jaree amount 3f cot- a"k io m;.r , if ,i,r -AJJ A44.7 MiWU UViUiifg . iOvk i i. J ivro. The steamer Morgan sailed- from Morgan Cily last evening at 12 :i0, ulth ten cars of freight. These cool, moo...

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. — 11 August 1897

Jp, ,,m in i r Mini w imiiymnri n at i wju " i imj ' i i i i n i g ! I'll gy 1 m -S- n- a .M ,. X ,- ' I I JS 1EBEEATENED GPJSm s)fPLOMACV AVERTS INTERNATIONAL , COMP JCA7I0NS. t Xoita 2?egr Justice of the Peace Held a ,BriSiE2i vessel Vita a Writ of "Xo Exeat KepnMlcnja" Tc "Writ TTss THasolved t- X xlqoor sat a XaagZi "West Around. Durinc the -zeiexMcf the carpetbag-! gers inGeorgia a-rery "black but braivy iiu iittu -Uiiiwcu j-uxiia j. jtuisjjucxi .1 xt xt- tt. .1 i eld negro named Tunis -4a.a MSW IlVimr ffT Tnv-.nl-. t t vstuie umvii arum usts uucm unu ueciuut: ona&rtiic leaders of his race. ' IfiShe course -of time-Carapheli was . "!r ;n js ii a. it i. -tOLiauu u jiauue ta, uitpeiiuu at lav pur et Darien, ThenLe trouble began in " .earnest - "Justice Campbell had no rise for the ,iwhites, Taecausa he Iniew that they cor- - r aioiijjLiiL nun. - tButhedidaot CGmfinanisah!mosity j o (ifecrnians cr-toI3emcKts.lie.ein-' So much byway of introductionr One summer a British sailing...

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 August 1897

KSHQYEtt? N. Mi RIO GEA5DE LODGE NO. 81 A. P. &: A. 1L Isi dore J?arto, W. Jtf.; G. Xatansoa. S. W.; W. A. Keaae.Secrelj.ry; A. Jagoiw S. W;, Kobt. DalzeiL Treasurer; B. 7. 3fscr. J. "W-.K- H. Walks J. D.; G. W. Miller, 'JVler. Visiting brethren cordially ranted, lodge J,2S.YX'.2S s rtft esas -iisets firjl and third Tuesday In each month. EXCELSIOR LODGE KO. 10 T.O.O.F -OFFICERS John 31 Haynes.Xoble Grand, Frank Smith ( Vic Grand; John 3. StncLe, Treasurer; Yic ar E-ly, Jr., Rocretary; 31. J. Fletcher, Sitting "Oast Grand, Chas. F. gflghmao District Deputy t:r?nd Master. ThB Lodge meets at :30 p. in. Pvery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd FeVlows in jood e tan ding ire cordially -fenvited to attend. KNIGHTS OF HONOR LODGE 20. 3730. OF. FI Elip. .A..Iro7ne, Dictator; JeescO. "Vkecl er, Vice Dictator: Has. F Tughnam; ifisistant dictator: SI. Haison, Past D ctitor; H. Shprwood Reports ; J. . Slwrpe, Financial Reporter, A.Turk, "Treasurer; .WaUgenbacai.nmrtain'..Jahy G...

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 August 1897

Vc , X fdt toaUitie sci will print words on the ski ith which tire genias 'who 5 -VB'trteti It no'pes to tibli8h thel nfcWs t Inu a 'on ttfe IreaVens; so that be bo runs ay resd.3 Sfapiiec J EiVprivilegs of p" In Texas, Id a xirrtrk''teQ miv 'ca"B8r &"v"v wj eixcasefiP u?fce reek 0nd Bpe!sd lire time .Vest STrtVfOt rf&tfiihChp UiS " ? j"-7 bJDthat'tbe?re,a're lots 'of men jtlifsitate who aire still weapS "pantB:" y AtEXANIN KLOWmiE. hS fctoodSstaifled han& of Anarchy hae again nronghtj tionslemation to European gor ernmeBt in tire assassination bt trtrenTSpains greatest states men. Where will this slimy, Jblood thirsty monster strike J "tiextl Tells ofytfre Country to Which Gold-Seekers Flock. &. Business is improving" ffcy lha republicans. Wellj it cer talnlynttght to be improving. -Business always looks up when -there are pltalifal cropBj and the wheat and xroftfita rops --xfcow moving tbtbe markets s'Te -ene'ugtF tn itaJhfjttgs liven Up. 7 ,.. , . .- Moue American...

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. — 12 August 1897

) J f dim -tfcw iV ii I A t- --'--y-Tr TBE" DAILY -HERALD U IfflOUL CITY IBBAjt. tax HfcfcAlD !s the only papPr jiubllShd tm. Uie lower Rio Grande. ' Subscription Rates. t)ne Year i.r.... . $6.00 Months, -. . . s- . . -. . 3.00 3 ,-, ' , . . . . -. . . -. i.50 c .-..." Bo cts THRSDA1-, AUGUST 12, IS97. ABOUT TOWJN- Fly traps 10 fcenls-ot!ca de Leon. Try a 10 cent fly trap. a "reel comfort." Or. Price's Cream Baking Powdti XVtWs Fair Higksst Ararf- "Wanted: Two good Oil sales inen, Noble Refining Co, Cleveland X)hi. Antonio ilireles, a well known musician of Matamoros, died last Tuesday. Call at Stucke's and see those Hitchcock lamps-. They are the fcest thing out. Prices paid for seed cotton today Nvas $4.50 to s-60 Mexican money, per hundred punds. "We were pleased to see Capt. Bal zell on the streets to-day, after be ing laid up with fever the paBt week-. The steamer sailed from Galves ton at 5 o'clock last evening and will arrive off the bar early tomor row morning. Private Marti...

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. — 12 August 1897

-SiCS - - '-A SOLDIER OF TRUTH. A VETERAN'S VALUABLE ADDITION TO WAR LITERATURE. Ho-sf fi Odtl Signal Agreed Upon y Brothers, Wlio "Were on Opposite Sides, Was Finally Used A Kystery the Old ' Soldier Bldn't Try to Explain. As the reporter cwas rapidly harrying past the door of a saloon he was met by an old soldier, who suggestively tipped his hat. "If yon will tell me a story," re marked the reporter, accepting the tip, ""I'll pay for the potations. I have a thirst for a story; yon have a thirst for a drink. Let ns exchange. " The veteran was quick to respond, as the parched soil responds to the grateful rain, and, opening tne cicor, nc nowea the reporter in and escorted rtcd him to ata- ble in a quiet corner, where presently tbe potables were served. "I don't think I could have earned what I am now so greatly and grate- f fully enjoying," said the veteran, with Bh0nld be absent. If there is ever a time a glowing cheek, as he set down his tlie history of the man when he will glas, ...

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