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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 11 September 1897

X --" fill -DAILf- HERALD. tm0r Wkttkx. THE IFFIGTIAL GOOMTY ORgAK Subscription Rates Orrer Year . . . .$&oo- 6 Months. ... -.. 3.00 Th&HeralxTs tfie only paper published on;the lower Rio Grande. - T-Tssued' Every Day Except Sunday.) Entered at: the- Postoffice' at Brownsville Texas as Second-Class5 If ail Jfattcr. SABBDAY SEPT. 11 1897. The extension of the Matarao- roi railroad to Monterey will b built and railroad builders nr7 as- well keep an eye on- this region. It was a Dakota editor Who wroter"The prie&of the paper is not increased by the Bingley bill but we wish to correct the Misapprehension of some sub- scrrbers who appear to- think it was ulaced on the free list." The Gralveston News has eliminated Brownsville from its rara- chart. It should cut off the lower Rio Grande region also. Jor the last two weeks it has shown- this section as rainless wiiereas the rainfall as measur- ed in Brownsville during tliat period wa3- fully seven inches -greater in fact than i...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 11 September 1897

J- - Swig he tfcottmetriUe CONSOLIDATED IN" JOLT 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN "WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEPE FOE SIXTEEN YE Alter Y-QL. VI. BKQWNSVILLE TEXAS SATUBDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1897. NO. -59.' F" ' I ." . ' t .jPttr Mu - n (it r SOCIETIES. SIO GBASDE IDGE NO. 81 A. F. & A. M. IeI- dore Jfarks "fl. Jf.; O. NatanBon S. "W. W. A. Keale Secretary; JLJagon. S."W; Bobt Dakell. Treasurer; B. C JTscy J. W; B. H. Wallis J. D.; G. "W. Mffler !Tyler. Yiflitlng brethren cordiiIy invited. Lodge aeefts irrt ana" third meads In each month. IXCEISIOB LODGE SO. I0.L0.O.P.-OFFICER3 John M.Hsynes.Noble Grand; Frank Smith Vic Grand: John 3. Stucfce Treasurer; Vic r BslY Jr. Secretary; M. J. Fletcher Bitting test Grand Chae. F. OSJghman District Deputy Urand Master. The Lodge meets at 7:30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night Visiting brethren and Gil OSd FeitowB in good Standing are cordially tovited to attend. w m SKIGHTS OF HONOR KM& LODGE HO. 8T30. OF. --flURHH $TCEBS.-"-i.A.Browne tSAHflV Dictator...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 11 September 1897

- n e THE -DAILY -HERALD miFHCIU. CTY 1R6AK. SATURDAY SEPT. 11 1897. ABOUT TOWN. Th river here Is falling slowly. - TImi fair ia Matamoros will be in itil klatt tomorrow. Ktslctn dollas are the same as looted "Wednesday 43 cents . Phr rTvflr ?q fallintr at Eoma. but! it row a foot and a half today at BI Grande City caused from the SanJtas rise. TH1 WHOLE system feels the effect o Hood's Sarsaparilla stonv ek liver kidneys heart nerves are gtrtag&taed&nd SUSTAINED. Subscribers who have copies of Tmk Herald of September 4th 1897 who do Mot desire to preserve them will confer" favor by sending them to the editor. The stagnant water in Carson Park and other low places near the river should be drained off. A very bad odor arises from it and it may cmh sickness. The boy who was supposed to bare "bees drowned in the "estero" day fcefor yesterday was found last tvemisg in a mot of trees above tows. His father and brother went After tke runaway and brought him Mesie. ' faauel Ramirez...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 11 September 1897

i ' ni ' - !! - .i i B&tzs wcuwiynM 7utjt.m t root WW m$ L'a Bola de Oro. 1. (The Cheap Cash Store.) '.? V 1 iaa5- trjpra Geronimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. A Handsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits receive-lm- 4 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 titS! dress well. "We also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome silverware.musieal instruments and other articles too numerous to men-' 4-.ivn noil fl.nfl Afi fnr Trnnraftlf. "Wn fcrrvrThlfi to show Grinds. "Rfvmn-m'hAip lly-Xf WW Wm im fmfa TS tmmmMm W vaaiwnst oa w - w -vr r w - 7 . w WW "1 "V "V -mrlW W 0HV V V IV Vai the plaee t t -4f . H turn King B I? f 0 n J Cor. zabeth and 4 3th Stats' t 4-v- t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 September 1897

ttt lit Mcriilu r "3 "kr t sB v il I iSILEOABBMOiL-lSOS WITH. THE' DAILY- COSMOPOLITAN WtOirWAS tOBLlSFlfelt SeRE.WR !irrRN 'IJEaRS. ""SvSSfSSBSrT 4. 2 .; 1- "i SI&Mfi i SiLai -AilliU g1 ? W. ST 1 - r s-tfrJ-v "'a -4UJ--45V 3 -J?" W --fcrSS!jf-- - . '- --1 (.-:- - '5 - 3B 3s is " '? fci ' .I-. f """ --J tB. WC. 3SO. ri&& I V ; ; izawjiWTims.; w 810 OSAXDS IDaX XO. 81 A- F. & A. M. Isi- dore afarfcs W. if-; G. V3Ttaa60B. 8. TY.; W." -A. Kekle Secretary; JLJsgoo. 8.W; Bobt. DalBelL Treasurer; K. C. JTacy . "W; B. H. Wallis J. D.; G. W. Miller Tvleti Visiting brethren cordially i&vRed. Lodge jrteta lMl.BdtblrdilHdaylb each month. XCEJ5I0B LODGE NO. PlT "C5. Tnim nr Wtmpn Vnbln ! 7n t nO-T".-tWFIOEKS Grand; Fr&nk Smith VIm Grand: John S. Stkfl&e Treasurer; Vic r Ealy Jr. Secretary; M. J. Ketcher Bitting aast Graad Chaa. J". Tilghman District Deputy UrandVtfaster." The Lodge Beet -t 7:30 p? m. pYHTvr&eeiY ight. ?Mtmg jBretkreav and Gil "Odd Tellows In food...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 September 1897

u -a: "X J TflI-UUL-HEJUL& tm . Wutltt jTiEIFFlCmS8(finiRBiH Subscription Rates pne Year v. . . $6.00 Months . - . 3.00 3 r 1.50 n ....... 60CXSf The Kekals the nelj peper pwfclished on the lower Re Graade. f Issued Every Daj Escept Sanday.) -JSf 'tetered at the PoetoflBee at BrewwrrSle Texan m Seccsd-Ciaw lfil JfcXer. MONDAY SEPT. 13 1397. TiiE- Chicago appetite for uaeag It sot likely to be rery troBg until ta Laetgerfc trial khj e sided and forgo-Ue. New Orleans has twelr "suspicions" fefer cases. That kind of fever is prettj nearly as bad as yellow jack and warraats a free use of disinfec- lants. Gov. Culberson has returned from bn trip to the North and the first thiQ dii. ob reach- ing Texas soil was f asnonncs- his candidacy for lie United States senatorship. Tbk insurrection in Cuba sesm& to bare become perma- nent. Tbe Spasiab seem un- able to quel I the insurgents and tk latter to lack the abili- ty to effect a revolution. It is a bad tempered woman who will grow an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 September 1897

Jnr li r 4 t- i THE- DAILY -flEMID m iFFiciii ty lata MONDAY SEPT. IS 1897. ABOUT TOWJS. Ifexicaa dollars site the same as quoted last Tuesday 43 cents . Mike Kearney is improving and afalo to stow away three square taeals a day . Alice Reporter. The river is falling here slowly to-daj but it is impossible to obtain nay news about it from points above. THE WHOLE yitem feels the effect of Hood's Sattap&nlla stom- ach liver kidneys heart nerves are ttS&gihened and SUSTAINED. Subscribers who have copies of The Herald of September 4th 1897 who do not desire to preserve them will confer a favar by sending them to the editor. District court convened this morn ing and adjourned until two when the case of Vicente GonSales was called for trial charged with bur- glary. The case was on trial up to the time we went to press. A deputy sheriff arrived Saturday evening with Loreto Alvarado who is charged with shooting Mike Kearney. The prisoner was taken to Alice and then identified by Kea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 13 September 1897

aMWatfMMMMKMAMVMflMi .C- i- C si" . ... -Zt m s -ra--5 7-XK- Jrj -i -i4i S( . .-Sf$ V4 tSSagfifesS i Jja Bola de Oro. J$t T. yt.0 : rJ - i &Kmmums r ; -: : :"- "(The Cheap Cash Store!) " ; - ' Crerdnimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. J .; .-. ' 1;?i . -- ir te- ... v ."1 .Uil J :iH - -: v .!? fJ - -I " T ' VP ?U -5n ' f- 'Jf : --' 1 -?--. .r--- .SJy - ! r-- s f ff""1 . . " 3mTi to ifcil A Handsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits receiyed-on i Ut ro i.$r last steamer and to arriye which are stylish and shapely and special bargains. h 4A new line of Ladies' Winter and Fall Dress Goods just received. AlsQ;a:ftill line of Ladies' Underwear hosiery ribbons etc. A full line Gents' furnishing goodsj latest style hats ties shoes shirts in fact everything that a gentleman needs to dress well. jWe also carry a complete line of furniture sewing machines handsome silerwareniusical instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tion. Call and see for jrourself JJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 September 1897

-i2&se5fflk. Jh & 'THE -DAILY-HERALD rKE OFFICIAL CUT QB6AM. Subscription Bates. One Year . . . $6.00 6 Months 3.00 3 x-50 . 60 CtS TUESDAY SEPT. 14 li97. fc AI5UUT TOYV.N. Clean up Clean up! I The river is still falling at this point. Head the city ordinance publish fed elsewhere today. TJse plenty of lime and copperas aboat your premises. The Knights of Honor hold a reg- ular meefcng to-night- The schooner Lake Anstin sailed from the Foint this morningut 9 ;30 tor Velasco. OU NEED Hood's Sarsaparilla it yonr blood is impure your appe- tite gone ydor health impaired. Noth- ing builds op health like HOOD'S The fair at the Plaza de Allende in Matamoros did not open last Sun- flay as was expected but -was open- ed to-day. For Rex :t welling house on Levee street formerly occupied by W. H. Mason and family Kent reas- onable. Apply to F. Yturria. It is reported that the water from the resaca just north of the Sobree Residence below town has cut 'through its banks and is running ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 September 1897

rottmsmlk M CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1S93 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR MXTEEN YEARS. VOL VI. BEOWNSVILLE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1597. Nv 61i 4 JKT JY -r L v a SOCIETIES. RIO GBASDE Sf&GS SO. 81 A. F. & A. X-t-Isi-do MaXiB W Jf. G. Ifatansdn. S. W.: V. A. Keale Secretary; A.Jagou. S.W Bobt. DateelL Tfeaearerj B. C. JfaCT. J. WJB. H. Walks J. D.; G. W. Miller Tyler. Visiting brethren ootdWlly l&vited. loigB juete firil and third Tuedas- In eachmoath. EXCELSIOR LODGE SO. I0.I.O.O.F.-OFFICEB3 John J.HaynesNotle Grand: Frank Smith Vies Grand; John 3. Stncke Treaaorer; Yio m r.tIt'. Jt . Secretary; M. J. Fletcher. Bittine ftast Grand Cha. F. Tilghinaa District Deputy w tlrand Master. The Ixlge meets at 7-iu p. m. f very Wednesday night. VlBtttng brethren and 611 Odd Fellows in jood standing are cordially AB-rfted co attend. EK1GHTS OF HONOR LODGE SO. 3730. OF. Fl BS.-.A.Brone. Dictator; JesseO.'Vheel er Vice Dictator: Thaa. F Tilghnam; assistant fPn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 September 1897

nanri-iiin!iiiininiinniiin r. m t mi imn mi iwmmmmimiammmmmmmmmimammemmmammmm! 4 te - " & -V jfr' ! jSf'l ? Hfc !?"-- r THE -DAILY -HERALD. !:; mkitltx. XSI79Z AX 2X9rUZ7. THE SFFIGIAL COUNTY OHSAM The Herald is the only paper published oa the lower Rio Grande (lssned 'Every Day Except Snnday.) ' Zatered at the Postofee at ' ErownsTflle Texas as Second-Class Ms.H jystter. TUESDAY SEPT. 14 1897. . Aireaiy the cry for food is lieard in the Klondike gold region. - - Nearl alU dootbern towns have gotten a bad attack of yel- low fever scare which will re- salt in a very wholesome clean ing np. lEELAin is faced with a fam- ine and there will consequent- ly be a big drain on the Amer- ican potato Bopply. The market price of the succulent tubers will go up and then the Mc- Kinleyites will say "we told you so." It is now over two months since Prof. Andree set out in his balloon to Bearch for the North pole. It seems most prob- able that he has long since reached a region where there is n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 14 September 1897

TO1IWaM) I I jimrifcMTMlMfcM skaewanpHeaaaKaae .W i If La Bola de . Oro (The Cheap Cash Store.) ! Geronimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. A Handsome line of New Goods Men's and Boy's ready made suits received oik 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' tion. Call and see for yourself No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place Cor zabeth and 11 m mmKtm9mmm0mtmmtmmwamtmmamrmmamtmMmwmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmvtMmmmmismamwmm9mwmamwmmm Headquarters roi verwar Ad Fancy Goods of alt Deserip tieas tnitaWefor letting ani Biri&fy Pnsnfef Xasie Books Stationery toys ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 September 1897

w J jjr A- ' " " - ' ' 4cSns!)AdaTED-1N-JDLY 1S93 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOB SIXTEEN YEARS. -&. JG&- - .- g -p 1 S -z 8 St SP MF Sr 'r gfc VptT .-t f"". X T U V0L: VI. SOCIETIES. BIO GRA3DE LODGE SO. 81 A. "F. & A. 3L Isi- dore 3farksr W. "? G. Nataason. S. W.; v. A. Neale Secretary; A.J250H- S.W; Kobt. DalzelL Treasurer: B C A'acy i. W; B. H. Wallis J. D.; G. W. Miller Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge fltjl and third Tuesday in each month- EXCELSIOBLODGEKO. John kinaynes.xobie ttio rTid John G Grand; trans ouum. Stucie Treasurer; Tic J r BKlT. Jr. Secretary: M. J. Fletcher Sitting Zut SriU. Ohafc J". Tilgbman District Deputy MrB4 Hew. The Lodge aaeets at 7:30 p. m. ry Wednesday night. Viuitttg brethren and Gil Odd FedowB in good standing are cordially mvited to attend. KNIGHTS OF HONOB LODGE 150. 3730 OF. ITEBS. 4.A-Browne Dictator; JeaseO.Leel er. Vice Dictator: Chas. F Tilhnam; Assistant w . t i. t .. tt. Sherwood mm? SSC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 September 1897

$&' 4 r --.-r- THI-DAILY-HEK1LD. tm . Wmitt. mmmiLmmma ;. Subscription Rates yXpn& Year . . . 6-.oo v6 Months v 3.00 5 rr ....-.-.. 1-5 . r 6octs --- The. Herald is the only5 paper jrablishd on- the lawer Rio- Grande (TssuedKEvery Day Except Sunday.)1 Intered" at the PostoEce at Brownsville Tesae as Second-Class ifail JSfatter. "WEDNESDASEPT. 15 1397. Bepoets from the yellow fever region are very encourag ing. The disease seems to- be thoroughly under control and: there is little danger of its spreading. The private secretary of the governor of Kansas has been decorated by the sultan of Tur- 3&ej. Accompanying the de- coration is authority for the in- stallation of twenty-four wives .By the recipient. Beownsyiele is above all taisgs proud of its spleisdid publie school. Here- an army of five- hundred ta sis hundred boy aid giils ace mutmiiB one- ef the- handsomest and most eommodioos school build- ings m the- state and giving ten axmths of free instruction with books sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 September 1897

rffctaoMtata i-ir ii r MajMaMMMg; isT" N . C X Jt r THE "DAILY -HERiLD THE OFFICIAL CITY 6RSAJL JMaaae m -1-11 "WEDNSBDAYj SEPT. 15 1897. ABOUT ToWJS. Clean tip your premises . Thete ire a number of strangers In town . Still no ehangO in the grite o! Mexican dollars. Cleanliness is a great enemy of Yellow Jack. Lime and copperas ditto. The Alice mail arrived at 7:30 last evening which was very early for Tuesday. The Rio Grande had risen two Inehes here today up to 3 ockck and still rising slowly. The Reporter announces that the new postmaster at Alice S. J. Over- ton takes possession today. The Citizens should do all in their power to aid the authorities in clean-ing-and disinfecting the town ; BbftRfesT: Dwelling house on Levee street formerly occupied by W. H. Mason and family' Rent reas- onable. Apply toF. Yturria. A private telegram received here it boon from Corpus Christi states that Judge Macmanus was resting easy abd that his recovery is but a matter of a short time. The ref...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 15 September 1897

casMMwcfiaaq - . i . m. lui- . a. I I i iii ' "' !'L 'J.' li".1M'Vj"'J''r'"i'M;y-jfJyf"-jL-g'?g 3Kr La Bola de Oro. : (The Cheap Cash Store.) -- 7MBKniilBnRMcliWMNnMMniinwpMi'rmnpMn p b m i - Wl ' B ' ' I Ml l I SMB r Geronimo Fernandez & Brother Propietors. - . 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 fall 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. sHverwaremusical instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tion. Call and see for yourself. No trouble to show Goods. Remember' the place . P UUh LHLQUGiilCU ORO. King B r IsTnnpfii H tiff jfll iU lUlli U . . ii m H r-gr-s 1 'rtfci ajlTii -" "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 September 1897

CONSOLIDATE IN3'DiTS93 WITH -T-HE DAIX.X COSMOPOLITAN "WHIOH WAS PUBLISHED HEP.E FOITSIXTEEN YEAKS. IE f iSS- a'alfitr ?-t. slc W VOL. VI? brownsville:.'texas Thursday September ig i897. NO Sft. t 4; -k f f - -T V r - -r K societies! BIO GBASDE LODGE JJO. 81 A- F- fcA. 1L Isi- dore ilsiks W. J.; G. Natznsra. S. W.; W. A. Xeale Secretary; A. Jagou. S. W; Bobt. Dalzell. Treasurer; E. C ifaey J. "W; B. H. Wallis J. D.; G- W. Miller Tyler. Visiting brethren corcLfilly nmted. Lodge iieelfi first and third Tuesday In each month. ESCELSIOB XODGESO. 10 LO.O.F.-OFFICEE3 John M.Haynes.Noble Grand; Frank Smith Vies Grand; John 5. Srucke Treasurer; Tic R.&TZ2IBZA' or Esly Jr.r Secretary; M. J.Fletcher Sitting J test Grand Ohas. F. Tughman District xepuiy tlrand blaster. The Lodge meets at 7.30 p. m. Pvery Wednesday night Visiting brethren and Gil Odd Fedowa in good etanding are cordially Envited to attend. KNIGHTS OF HONOR LODGE 0. 3730. OF. j Dictator; JeBstO.Theel j FI JEBS. K. A-Browne c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 September 1897

x. THE-DAIL?-HERALD tffi Q. Zxlkttltx. wo! xj mmm IKIFFIClAlGBlJITFSSSAI Subscription' Rates. Ofre Year . -....... .. .$6.oc 6 Monthsr .. .. .. 3.00 5. 77- ---' i.o E r - . - . . . 60 CtS The Herald is the only paper punKshed on the lower Rio Grande. flssuedSEvery Day Except Sunday.) Sateresfl &S iSff FostoiDce at Brownsville Texas as Second-Class Jfail Jfaiter. THURSDAY. SEPT-16 1897. Guatemala is suffering from one of its periodical reTO-lniioD-ary spalls. A lazy mat will not make a good farmer or a good any- thing else- except a good" for nothing. $ Japan has recovered from her "conniption fit" over the proposed annexation of Ba- wafF. It is to be hoped she may not be-takes again when the subject is revived- by next congress. The Asgentine congress- has concluded to ehut out Amer- ican lumber and agricultural implements. IHia-t i where American industries get? tab benefit of a republican tariff wbere Katy wore the beads. (xeif. VsYLFE-i& very bnsi- . Vy engaged in explain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 September 1897

""' 1 "" ''"""'"-"r''' ' ' "' rf58aMtMi Tii T mbm bmbm. -lir Tnt I'liTTii n. i i V PT-T 111 if -i winmiii i ti n 1 i nfi hjjaha aMMiarfair-' MMaH MMBBMiaaF2 " r"T Wr fe 5P : w TUB- DAILY -11EIULD THE OFFICIAL CiTY SR6AX. THURSDAY SEPT. 16j 1SU7. AI5UUT TUVVJN. Sept. 16th. This is a great day in bur sister republic. The public school was suspended this afternoon in observance of the 18th. " There was no session of the dis- trict court today being suspended in honor 01 the Mexican holiday . The water from the cemetery re- saca has spread out until it reaches the Alamo store near the publis school. Yellow mosquitoes are a new de- ""relopment of the late overflow. Let lis hope they may not bs harbingers of yelJow fever. Lucio Bonis has purchased the k nxturesof the Continental bar and will open a beer saloon in the same building formerly occupied by the Continental on the first of October. Only beer cider and lemonades will be a sold. A telegram was received by J. 17. "Welch the drummer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 16 September 1897

2SS2 "" - '-' - - a s t . -i j -" " " " ' - - ' ' . f ; y f- v- . . i- ""J ola de Oro. Jfe ; - ft " i? f : . (The COieap .Cash Store.) "-. :.;. .' Greronimo Fernandez S& Brother Propietors. 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 Indies' 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 silverware?musieal instruments and other articles too numerous to men- tion. Call and see for yourself. No trouble to show Goods. Remember I I n n n i1 n r n ri1 t it i list ri i &fsZM I jJiillr?e?SSt5 saswawsgafl ii eadanarters FOE And Fancy Goods of all Descrip tions suitable for Wedding and Birthday Presents ! Husic Boo...

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