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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 September 1897

rmyi ii r iimiii Mmu rtMfir iirfiM i"i1 i rtiTiiri-iii run nii i TiCt MmiEturwmmmmamaamiiaButmiAa - J OAdj O.W & 3 ' r - gmis&srxcmjitamimmm00tali& Oro l.J a a (The Clieap Cash Store.) r iGefonimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors X Handsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits received on last steamer and to arrive which are stylish and shapely and special bargains. A new line of Ladies' Winter and Fall Dress Goods just received. Also a fall-' line oi Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc. A full line Gents' furnishing goods latest style hats ties shoes shirts in fact everything that a gentleman needs to dress well. We also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome sHverwaremusical instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tioxx. Call and see for yourself No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place Of. Headquarters fob o B - And Fancy Goods of all Descrip tions suitable for Wedding snd Birthday Presents! 2&hsic Book3; Stat...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 September 1897

rouniGuillc ;&?- :&. - CONSOLIDATED Itf JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN "WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. 7PL. VI BEOWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1897. NO 54 l)c Da tin r V 9L - SOCIETIES. BIO GBASDE LODGE NO. 81 A. F. & A- 2L Isi- dore Jfarks W. 3f.; &. JTatarifeon. S. 7.; W. A. Neale Secretary; A.Jagou. S.W; Bobt Dalzell. TTeascrer; E. C. Maer i. "r;B- H. Wallis 3. 3.; 6. W. Miller Tyler. "Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge seats rrt and third Tuesday In each month. EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. I0.LO.O.F.-OFFICEE3 ' John M-HsyresSoble j Grand; Frank Smith Tics Grand; John 9-. Stncie Treasurer; V:c or ERly Jr. Secretary; M- J. Fletcher Sitting ust Grand Chas. F- Tilghman District Deputy Urand Master. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. Every Wednesday night Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Feilow3 in pod standing are cordially snvited to attend. KNIGHTS OF HONOB LODGE NO. 3730. OF. FI EE3. .A.Brovme Dictator ; JesseO.'Vheel er Tice Dictator- Thas F Tilgh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 September 1897

r-M TTiiMwi -r-mnTTT' it- 7-irrn Tl (Tlipliiiififii THE -DAIL-HERALD. THE IFFI01AL GQUNIY QH8A1 "entered at the Postoffice at Bro-?nsYiae Tezti 3 -Sfeccnd-CIass M air Ifattcr. flssded Efery Day Except Sunday.) MONDAY SEPT. 5 1897 There was- frost I'd Iowa- last Week whsfe three weeks before the crops- were burning up and tn people sweKenng under a- torrid stLh Hood's Best to take After dinner; W h prevent distress sid chges- PuJ ill fc tion. core constipation ir H 1 1 PnrelyveeiRbie;fio sot gripe " cr causa pain. Sold fcr J1 rH-teii. 3i cent. Trepsre bt by C.I. Hee A C fcnrU; H-Mfc I Sra LOW DOMINATED New" York-Sept.-1. The f& I publican conyentidn of the citi-i ie&J TT I IF-Je jLF-JB I7JP TO O IT Jt G UJlRJlfr- TEE. Each flLLKVG 3PL&TE. i - . - - zns' anion has norjjinatttt CHOUWORERIUGE made at JsgthLow for mayor of Hewj j Some men can were good clothes and a "biled" Bhfrt every day in the week and never do' ar lick of work nor liave a bank account either but ttoiP the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 September 1897

L) r h Mt t THE -DAILY -HERALD HE OFFICIAL CITY IRSJUL "The Herald i's the only paper published on the lofter Rio Grande. MONDAYj SEPT. G 1897. ABOUT TOWJtf. Labor day. It 'did not rain yesterday or today; Trv a 10 cent ilv trap. Thev are k "reel comfort' IJespite the bad roads cotton con- linue3 to come in. The steamboat Bessie is still tied iip this side of Hidalgo. It is reported that the San Joan river is rising and that a tremen- dous rise is coming down. The postoflice custom house and Pirst National bank were closed to- day m observance of Eatior day. "Wanted at Celestin Jagou Espe- -ranza farm 300 men and boys to pick Sea Island cotton. Price 37 cents per "arroba. The public scfiool was not open- ed today as ordered by the board bttt will be opened next Monday so Tve are informed. Foe Kent : Dwelling house on Levee street; formerly occupied by W. H. Mason and family Rent reas- onable. Apply toF. Yturria. District court was opan'ed this inorning by proclamation of the iheriff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 September 1897

THI-DAILY -HERALD. MHfNt w t V Jw4r4r'W HIE IFFiOIAL COUNTY 0B6AM Xatered at the Postoffic at Brownsville Texas as Second-Class IfaQ Jfotter. Vlssced Every Day Except Sunday J) TUESDAY SEFT. 7 1887. Do 2TOT judge men by their outward appearance. Some of the best dressed men you meet seTer pay their debts. When you see the words "Great Escitementr is a news- paper heading yon generally find it over a reported gold discovery. Joe Sayeks is growing in . popularity as a candidate-for governor. The other fellows aiay a& well save their ammu- Toss Watson declares he las cnit politics. If tbis means that Thomas has- concloded to abut trp for a wbilfr and leave the country in peaee bis decis- ion will be universally applauded. Tim dengue fever is now "doing" San Antonio. It has "done"" Brownsville pretty thoroughly scarcely an inhab- itant escaped. Fortunately however it was of a mild typer and no serious cases developed Tee- well dressed loafer wbose motherrwife sisters or aunts- take ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 September 1897

IT 4 "4 A f u y & 1 kAaUMai THE -DJILI-HERALD he official an ibsam. Subscription Rates. One Year $6.00 6 Months 3.00 3 x-5o . 60 CtS The Hkrald is the only papPr published on the lower Rio Grande. TUESDAY SEPT. 7 1897. ABOUT TOW.N. Try a 10 cent fly trap They are a frel comfort The river rose one inch today up to 2 o'clock this afternoon. Wanted at Celestin Jagott Espe- ranea farm 300 men and boys to pick Sea Island cotton. Price 37 cents per "arroba" t SCROFULA in its worst form yields to the blood cleansingpower of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousands of cases hare been perfectly CURED Fob Kent: Dwelling house on Levee street formerly occupied by W. H. Mason and family Kent reas- onable. Apply to F. Yturria. The Herald office is prepared to do all kinds of job work with neat- ness and dispatch and at living prices. Kemember The Herald of lice when you want any work done in that line . Lore to Alvarado the man who shot the stage driver Mike Kearney is being brought to Brownsville by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 September 1897

twwii msmt mmtm . - .-tSlt fc Wj4i" - r La Bola de Oro. r. av f wrii.iawfcn -itin (The Cheap Cash Store.) ; Geronimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. fe J A Handsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits received' on last steamer and to arrive which are stylish and shapely and special bargains. A new line of Ladies' Winter and Fall Dress Goods just received Also a full line of Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc. A full line Gents' furnishing goods latest style hats ties shoes shirts in fact everything that a gentleman needs to dress well. We also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome sUverware?ninsieal instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tion. Call and see for yourself. No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place rtftl n II 1 1 II IF uuli HLaUulllaill aaaagwwP""ww"ww"M"""'i""a"e"M Headquarters i FOB verw And' Fancy (roods of all Descrip tionsr suitable for Waitdrng and Birthday Presents! Kfiisic Books Stationery toys FeBs Ink...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 September 1897

OrottttiatJttU Dm In X ? V wis vl-. '-.' SOCIETIES. BIO GBA25DE I.ODGE SO. SI A. F. & A. 2L Isi- dore Iterfcs T7. JT-; G. Kafcmson. S. W.; W. A. Scale Secretary; A.Jagoa S.W; Bobt DalzelL Treasurer; E- C Macy J. W.B. H. Walks J. D.; Gf "W. Miller Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially ic-rited. Lodge iwte firitand third mesdayin each month. EXCELSIOB LODGE SO. I0.LO.O.F.-OFFICEE3 John 3I.Hayne8Xoble Grand: Frank Smith V!o f;r2Tid: John j. Stccke Treasurer; Tic J or E"lT. Jr.. Secretary; M. J. Fletcher. Sitting East Grand Chas. ?. TJ-hman District Deputy Urand blaster. The Lodge meets at 7.30 p. m. Jvery Wednesday night. Rsittng brethren and Gil Odd FeilowB in good standing are cordially invited to attend. KXIGOTR OF HQSOE LODGE 0 37S0- OF Fl EHS. .A.Browne DicUtor JesseO.lieel er. Vice Dictator- "has. F Til?hnain; tssletant Dictator; "" FmanaT Importer A.Turk XiBtees iTank Champion i. J-CoIbe' fffiffiiets Eccond aourth Tuesdays of each month. PROFESSIONAL CARDS TTA2&ES B. T7ELLS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 September 1897

-& "J . THE-SAIL? -HERALD. gtf . Wi&fe X27X JJO KEWU3TX. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY QRBAI "WEDNESDAY SEPT. S IS97. A Nbw York man is build- ing an airship in which be says be will sail to the gold fields of the Klondike. There has been enough gas about the great gold diaooveries there to inflate the sails of a whole fleet of air- ships. The times seem more favor- able for railroad building just now than for years past. Mon- ey has "been accumulating in the northern centers until it has grown plentiful and cheap and is seeking investment at a low rate of interest. Sjknatoe Moegan will be able to speak from personal observation on the Hawaiian question in the coming session of congress. Doubtless his de- ductions from the situation as h& lees it in the island will bare great weight when the annexation debate comes on in the senate. Seeing is believing and if after seeing with his own eyes and hearing with his own ears the conditions ten- dencies and wishes of the Hawa- iian the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 September 1897

t THE -DAILY -HERALD THE OFFICIAL SiTY 1B6A1L Subscription Rates. One Year . . $6.00 6 Months . 3-o 3 T'50 c . 60 cts f Issued Ever- Day Except Sunday.) Entered at the Postoffice at Brownsville Texas as Second-Class Jtfail Jtfatter. WEDNESDAY SEPT. S 1897. ABOUT TOWN. The first through mail from Hi- dalgo for a veek reached here last night Mexican dollars are going np they were quoted in yfew York yes- terday at 43 cents. J A new taiior shop has been open ed oq Parker row one door above The Herald olfice. The river is falling today at all points above as far up as Carrizo. Here it fell one inch today Cipriano Leal was arrested in Ma- tamoros Monday for forging the name of B. Guinea to an order for 514. The steamboat Bessie) after being tied up for several weeks this side of Hidalgo reached that place lato yesterday afternoon. For Rfix Dwelling houso on " Levee street formerly occupied by W. II. Mason and family Rent reas- onable. AddIv to F Yturria. The Alice mail stage made good ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 September 1897

nwttstrtlk ain CONSOLIDATED IN JULYrlS93 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HlliTSaETbirTEENTEAKS. YM -VT A :: ? -: - - CM6WSVILLE TEXAS' WEDGES DAY ' SEPTEMBER 8 1897. NO. 58 Vft-J- rf I H& JtCtftm v iW m SOCIETIES. BIO GKASDE LODGE NO. SI A. F- & A- 5L Isi- dore Jarks "V7. -if.; fi. Nataiison. S. "W.; 3V. A. Keale Secretary; A- Jagou. S. W; Bobt. Dalzell. Treasurer; B. 7. Jfacy J. "W; B. H. Wallia J. D.; G. W. Miller Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge heats Grit and third 2a wday In eadh month. EXCELSIOB LODGE KO. I0.LO.O.P.-OFFICEB3 John SI.HaynesNobie j Grand; Frank Smith ( Yics Grand; John 3. Stucke Treasurer; Tic . or Ezly Jrr Secretary; M. J. Fletcher Sitting tast Grand Chas. F. Tilghman District Deputy tirund blaster. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. PTery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Feilowa in good standing are cordially eovited to attend. KNIGHTS OF HONOB LODGE HO. 37SD. OF. FI EBS. i.A.Browne Dictator ; JeaseO.Vheel er V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 September 1897

BMBoasaasBcaBaaaBBasassOB i - r JitaMT.-jy - & V...in4 i i- -i&i. -.ov - - W 5a" "V iff. La Bola de Oro jjh- ?fiL &. '$ uuEaMauBgafitiHriMSEe tM &r.'7i ; r ;' (The Cheap Cash Store.) :.- Geroniino Fernandez &Brother? PropiatoriS " A fiandsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits reaeitred on last steamer and to arrive which are stylish and shapely and special bargains A new line of Ladies' Winter and Fall Dress Goods just received. Also a full line oi Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc. A full line Gents' furnishing goods latest style hats ties shoes shirts in fact everything that- a gentleman needs to dress well. We also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome .sHverwaremusical Instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tion. Call and see for yourself No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place -" & I lUI Head.au i .POB ver &TL&- Faney Goods of ail Descrip tions suitable for FeMrf mi Birthday Present's! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 9 September 1897

s- i 1 T iiXii i ri i I 1 1 rfi ii-iii i Mi ilHTiii w SSfci THE-DAILY-HERALD. love .4fefe 3W ax Txarzirrsx. THE 8FHGUU. COOflTT 0B8AI I'he Herali is the only pappr published on the -lower Rio Grande. Ungi&O&ls SEPT. 9- 1397. IT IS MUTUAL. Brownsville would grapple San Antonio to hpr heait with hooks of steel and San Antonio- would gladly throw out a tow line that would fetch Browns- ville eloser to her. There is every incentive to a bond of union ann no one to forbid the bans and the thing has got to ber It is merely a question of Xtsef but the shorter the time the better."San Antonio Ex press. The vest makers tronsers makers coat and cloak makers of Itfew York an army number- ing tens of thousands are strik- ing flo living wages. 'They have heard so much of the re- tur-fr of prosperity under Ding- leyfsnr That they begin to be- lieve it and want a modest share of it for themselves. Congress i to have more ventilation according to tho plans of the capitol architect. It might...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 9 September 1897

m -? - f I- I e i CONSOLIDATED Itf-JQLY 1S93 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH AV AS PUBLISHED HEBE FOR SIXTEEN YEaJKS VOL. VI. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1S97. NO. 0 1 mm iiiigll ill '-- " i -. ' -- i . 1 1 - . i . i i..i . . . . -7 .. . . . . '-feigBiig ju 2afiSHK m I X .X. is 4 SOCIETIES. BIO GEASDE LODGE SO. 81 A- F. & A. M. Isi- dore ifarks W. JL; G. Natansoa. S. W.; "V7. A. Nele Secretary; A. Jagou. S. TV; Bobt. DalzelL Treasurer; K. C. Jfacy I. W; B. H. Wallis J. D.j G "W. Miller Tyler. ViBitlng brethren cordially invited. Lodge jaeeta firil 2nd third Tuesday In each month. EXCELSIOK LODGE KO. 10 T.O.O.F -OFFIfiEH-? John M-HaynesJoble Grand Frank Smith j Vies Grand: John S. Esly Jr.. Sacretary; M. J. Fletcher Siltina Stuckd Treasurer; Vic ast Grand Chas. F. Tilghman District Pepct$--Urand Hafiter. The Lodge aieets at 7.30 p. m. Prery Wednesday night. Visitmjr brethren and "Gil "dd Feilows in good Etanding re cordially etmied to attend. cr KXIGHTS OF HONOR LODG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 9 September 1897

sr o-. - VfcXXj x-rB( x f. f lKl TAB -DAILY -HEIIA.LD I m 8FF1CUL CITY IBSA1 S$$cripfm fates. One Year ..:.::::: : $6.06 6 MbhHs .:.::;::.: 3.00 3 ? 5 z ;; ;...:;.; 60 bts Died" (Issued Every Day Except Sunday.) Antcred it the Postofljca at Brownsville Texas as Second-Class Jfail Jfatter. TItURSUAY; SEPT. S 1897. At 12 :30 p. m. today; William Ar- thur infant son of ir. an'd ? . E. H. Goodrich borii Oct. Id; 1S95. The little one vras ill only three 'days haying contracted a severe bold whicli ietlled on the chest. His death is a shock to tHe parents who idolized their baby boy. His win- ning ways and sweet smiles will be sadly missed by them arid also by the brother and sister who so ten- derly loved him . They have the sincere sympathy of all iri their great loss. Tne funeral will lake place from the family residence on Adams street to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. Tfee S&ile of Little cBiia: There's nothing more pure in heaven" And ribthirij? on earth more mild. Mori full of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 9 September 1897

aawBCTum -r vansm te& ----5s-sr-'tsai 4- -H .-. ' - ''e ola de Oro -rft. - r-;" - .-J?; 1 (X (The Cheap Cash Store.) wmiWregi . . - . . ! y j 4 v Greronimo Fernandez fe Brother Propietors. A Handsome line- of Mew Goods Men's and Boy's ready 'made suits reeeivactto . last'; steamer anci to arrive which are stylish and shapely and special bargains. ; '" A new "line-'of 'Ladies' Winter and Fail Dress Goods just received. Also a fullf line of Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc A full line Gents' furnishing goods latest style hats .ties shoes shirts -in fact everything that a gentleman needs to ress well.. ' We also -carry a complete line of furniture sewins1 machines handsome TT A Jt - . J3 I . . . . . JJ "B & r :yBrwaremiisieaimstrameirc;s ana ouier aracies too numerous to men- 3?jL1UUL S ee for yoursel i??" to show Goods. Remember r i & Sj 5 1.-' . - $ u rBJ ' vv I i paggeassHiWiiawaag aitsrs:ss3t KssiXiesotikkaiBs 1 DOM'""8a""""BO"""""""MBBBBBBMBiM( jdieadauarters FOB ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 10 September 1897

t flic xmmmik M fi;.' ?m. : CONSOLIDATED IN JOLY-1893 WITH THE DAILY COSttOPOLITA N WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN iI3EAs&g$T Y?-: - vr--vt&VL . p. . -Mill' I - i t 9 Dailn 0ml Mr W- l4--MkR K VOL. VI. SOCIETIES. BIO GBA25DE LODGE NO. SI A- F- A. 1L Isi- dore Jfarts "W. if.; G. Natanson S. "W.; w. A. 5Te3le SecrfetMT7; A-Jagou. 8.W; Bobt. PalzelL Treasurer; B. C. Jfscy J. "W; B. H. Wallis J. D.; G. W. Miller Trier. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge jjeetoi flrit and third Tuesday In each month. EXCELSIOB LODGE SO. IQ.LO.O.F.-OFFICEB3 - rfonn jn.nayiicsi"uuio i Grand; Frank Smith Vica Grand; John S. j btncfce Treasurer; vie or Eslyr Jr. Secretary; M. J. Fletcher 3itting aast Grand Qua. F- Tilghman District Deputy Urand blaster. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Fedovrs In good standing are cordially invited to attend. EKiGirra of honobS LODGE HO. 3730. OF. FT EBS. .A-Browne Dictator; JesseO.Vheel er.Vice Dictator...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 10 September 1897

THI-BAIL? -HERALD. tm . WmUz mmmumMTtmm Subscription Rates One Year .-----. $6.oo 6 Months -..-.- 3.00 t . ............ oocis. The-HERA-D-Js-thconly paper publisher on the lower Rfo Grande. fUssued'Every Day Except Sunday.) Inters at tfco Postofflca at Brownsville Texas ts Second-Glass aii Jfatter. FBI DAV SEPT. 10 1897. The charge of Jndg Cfordoa Russell torther grand jury of Smith county at Tyler laat Mod- day should be read carefully by erery judge and officer and e?ery juror and in fact by every citizen of the state. It contains a spirit of wisdom and justice which is all too rare in our courts of justice today and ealls attention to a crime which is all too common the frequent eosMBJSsion of which threatens the very life- of our great judi- cial system that of perjury. Judge RnstelPs charge deserves general attention and its perus- al ahoald leave a lasting im--presfiion upon the minds of those who read it. THE" news mat tnere na oc curred in New Orleans iv death frosi yellow f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 10 September 1897

KadMB '! llJiCV'i Bri.myi f I JijWg TST -- J ;-- - Mil L& '.Bo I a & Oro - -.--.( Ihl ' NMafaWiMPMawtfcft ti r tt f Ti i taw i fjMHBasaarqa w . v -:! n wi&i (The Cheap Gash Store.) v '"'' Geronimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. A Handsome line of Few Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits received oit last steamer and to arrive which are stylish and shapely and special bargains. A new line of Ladies' "Winter and Fall Dress Goods just received. Also a full: line of Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc. A full line Gents' furnishing' goods latest style hats ties shoes shirts in fact everything that a gentleman needs to; dress well. "We also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome' silverwaremusical instruments and other articles too numerous to men- jt r ' tion Call and see for yourself. No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place f: M- r r ium Cor. II zab eth an m -t Headquarters FOE ilverwaFe And Fancy Goods of all Descrip tions-suitable for We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 10 September 1897

-2 T -f- x T-1 4 MUlMHi THE -DAILY -HERALD TIE IFFIGUL CITY IBSML FRIDAY SSPtT. 10 1897. ABOUT TOWJS The steamer brought 21 cars of freight. Taefhop -which was amazed fo? this evening haa been indefinitely postponed. A number of horse races will take place Sunday at the race track near the cenietary The Garaa Theatrical company -will give a performance tonight in the east end of town. The Fort Brown boys were made happy this morning by the distribu- tion of their regular monthly pay. The "junta patriotica" of 3Xata- ttioros is making great preparations for the celebration of the 16h of September. The river is again rising at points above) having risen up to late even- ing four feet at Roma and three feet fit Einggoldv For Ren!; Dwelling house on Levee street formerly occupied by W. H. Mason and family Rent reas- onable. Apply to F. Yturria. Dame Rumor has it that a wedding Will fake place on the 30th of this jaionth in which two of Browns- ville's Spanish society people will take th...

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