The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 158, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 3, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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I K U WNS VILLE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3. 19
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DISTRICT KD OOUSIT OFFICER8.
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feti8cntor 27th iisittfit E- A. AUeo
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"6eat eoort-aifV3 for civil crtasaisl wui pro-
hti biitlncs oa tie fttt ifit)re it Mch
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Uiart K. A. B-doii. Jr.
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U. S. DI8TSICT OOOET.
Tbs feUorjjq?retiieoScirc of tixaesicd
tloftts ol hTiiiiui f ie Vf4tn District "f '
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b eu the Sr4 i'oiitltys In Fnbrriity a
W SrowxvilIo ca" tho trit Moa.1r ta Jebt
Pm the S.t Honiara iprll ab Oo-
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Diatrt C--m-t is cots a fjliot:
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P?ttaisr: eontioae ia ce.dAa foar wut.
iUM0 Cbsnt7 fourth A;-aajB aftrsr tln Crt
Iffco&A'Riu rebrutryil gptKbU coatianei
iu sian two werts.
lierrOpoaty Sixlh Jtfonys ffttr the trst ifoa-
tyla i'obmwy nft KepVaaber; coatia in
cEs!cn thren -tr&is.
fMAa Cottaty Siaib JTnnAay uftr the fir t M oa-
y a la February aS 8epl?aibcr; coalinaes in
MMica six tretit.
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RIO GRANDE X.ODGR
No. 8l A. F. &
M. L. A. Jagou
W4 M.;J. F. Cuqi-
minjis V.; J.
urer; W A. J?ele
Secretary; w m.
Ptgnt S. O . ; Mike Werbiski J. D.:
St. W. Mii'er Tyler. Visiting brethren
WJrdUlnr inritrd. Lodge meets first an
third Tuesday in month.
No. 10. I. O. O.
FOFFiCvrs : i
l. Maris Nobl-
Grand; J. L.
Ftnegnit Vice jr.nid W A- Nefcie .-ec-retarA
Geo. More. Treasurer; Victor
EIt Inside guardian; MJ F etcher
fitting pStpt Grand Obas- F- Fi'ghman
Dittrlct Tefuty Grind Master- The
!.orJcTi-etc at 7 :o n-ra every Wedne-
dtYniht. Visiting b ethren and alp
dd FeHoTTS in good standing are cor-
itisilY invited to attend
KXIGHTS OF JONrtr
I.ODGK NO 373q
OK ICEi. J F
tor. 0. . bharpeij
Vice Dictator. Up-
ton AlcGary assist-
ant Dictator: H Sher-
to cd. Reporter; w. li Austin Financial
treporter; A- Turk Treasurer: F. (.Jham-
rlion Chaplain: J. Kaj-nes Guide; D.
Penarides Guardian; . Valtgenba-h
dentinal. Trustees Frank Champion
1- f- -ritghman andj B Sharpe LrOire
pcet second ind fourth Tuesdays of each
' (Saeeessor to" Obriafiian Hes.r
Etf EPwAL MEirOO AxN Di.SK
ilischest Price Paid Ipr Gountrv
py 1 lip op
Vie- usl a
(SucCeisior to Bloomberg &
Hats Shirts '
Motions e" c.
ELIZIOtTK STREET - - BIOHSSTiLLE.
nnt 1: u iA.. :
nce ami skill into the prescription
he writes. It is an order for the.
combination of remedies your case
demania. H can not rely on re-
sults unleB the ingredients are pare
and roliablo and properly coin-
poandod. Be fair to yoar doctor eid to your-
self by bringing your prescriptions
here. They will be compounded
only by Registered Pharmacists
who are aided by the !arust i-tock
of drufT8 in this part of the .stale.
Everything of the finest quality
that money can buy or experience
J4 L. PUTEGN
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ni Fucy Gnidg of all Deprjrip
Wedding gndBirftday Presents!
Music Boosa Stationery toyt5 Pen
Goons f e?Wy tleacriution
Jubt rtjcejved by
1P.S. 6E0.VK aussE
Br A-nsVille Texas..
0T Agent for ytt'a Toml-onea.
V. B . McCamiibelli
fliGbampBeus & diayion.
Successors to McCampbells & Welch
and Mc ampbells & Sotij
Law and Land Office-
Practice in Supreme. Civil Appeal Fed-
eral and othei4 Mate v ourts.
Speciai atten ion given to Htijatioh in
th-i tionnties of Aransas I'ameron
Duval 8Udalgosueces Starr and an
bs tracts of land titles furnished and
Main ofiice orpns Chrisli Texas.
Branch office Rio liranrie Uity Texas
On and after Ju loth. 1899
regular passngMr trains will
run as foHows.
l.pavps Brownsville (Dfily at 5 p. rr.
Arrire Point Isabel
at6:i5 p. jh.
at 7. a. m.
at S :is a. nr.
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itiU ulUHUu ili
mm PASiFIG EKPHt
ATL1KTH- SfN'I 3L
steamers make trips bt-twtie?
Morgan City or ..New Or
leans and Brazos Santia
alveston abojt evrryo
For further information call od
M. B. KNG5 BURY. Agekt
Office Oppcsite lilies loie!
CASTOR I A-
r. r a j m:i
xor XIU2.UL3 &ia uimuxca.
lha If fed YOtl H3Vfi lw?VS Rnnchf
R. H- WA1..L1S.
Its introducing new and select styles
ol work at his parlors. Also new styiet
of fimcy card mounts.
gZF opying and enlargements n crayon
Weakness inaisutsv- n-... .... ?
'cibitioa nnd tcbiag bones. Tiie bnvj u
raiery the tiMucs arc Trustiii" !v.o t'-jor in
feciEpentdfordiaease. A bottle of Browns'
Iron Bittfs taken in time will re5tnr ycui
afreuyth soth9 yonr nerroii mnke toui
blood rirh net red. Do yop iuf- vv' M
(Late of Miller's Hotel )
Meals at all hours. Coffee and
Chocolate Fish served at all hours
at day and jiight.
Brownsville - - - Texas.
V- ftrt n!LH w '.1 .. r At
llf..-ir rnt or bath; p lit XS '
Wand rouriHonitHniiott tok
W AH pofrrnn flfjpartmeut with one exception.
kif XLx Iituvjciji When the inspector general com
iSb ffeceptlori cracllcefl.
Xo $100 Eowarl
for a generous
i Qgmr TRIAL
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BID FOR TRUSTS BY CANADA
If They go to the Dominioa They
;Will Eujoy National Sxist-
- ' euce-Bold Idea.
New York Dec. 30. The World
tomorrow yf say : Caurtda is pre
parinjc to make a strougr bid foi?
that class of Aiueriu:tQ corporations
kucvru as trusts. A represenintiye
of the Dominion government basj
arrired in this 0117 to confer with
representatives of several of the
largwt companies having their
main office in Ner Yorki
Proposed anti-trust legislation
nd the rapid spread of the tnti-
trust.spirit is mainly responsible!
tor ima iiioveijjeni wiwaru u-niiaua.
The idea is probably the broadest
and thi boldest ever conceived by
the corporation interests. It is r tat-
ed they have long since deypaned
of obtaining favorable treatment
through the enactment of Federal
laws for the reason it wonld be
necessary to amend the Constitu
tion of the United Slates before
this could be done.
If they go to Canada- hotvever
and organize themselves under
British laws they will enjoy what
is practically national existence
under the color of British charters
Individuals who are citiieus of the
United States would become by
ftr.ch incorporation at least partial
Bnbjects of the British crown.
They personally would not be
British subjects but their corpora-
tions would enjoy the privileges
of British subjects.
frhe tnist people declare that
they are now harrassed and subject-
ed to petty annoyances in various
States. They assert that by obtain-
ing national charters from the
Canadian" government they would
free themselves from State inter-
ference and could be sued in this
.country only through the United
MILES' HARD LINES;
General's Relations With the War
Washington D. C Dec. 30.
Gn. Miles has practically severed
all bnt the most perfuufctory rela-
tions between himself and the Sec-
retary of War.
It is a notorious fact at the War
Department that Gen. Miles is re-
ceiving -no more recognition at the
hands of Secretary Root than he
r 3 -? 1 f 1
was accoraeo ay oecreiary .aiger.
snggestion to the bead of the de-
plained that the troops were suf-
fering from lack of officers and
that the lieuteuauts appointed from
civil life did not show capacity
t6 gi-asp their dnties fully Gen.
Miles recommended that the grad-
uating class of West Point be giv-
en commissions at ouce in order to
fill about seventy vacancies which
how exist in the rank of second
This would have givsn the army
a lot of experienced and trained
young officers. Secretary Root
however turned down Gen. Miles'
scheme and announced that the
vacancies wourd be filled by ap-
pointments from civil Ufa.
. " TREASURY SYSTEM.
New Tort. Dec. 30. The Jour-
nal's' WashiugbOn pecial says
Director of the Mint Roberts calls
the-treasnry system vicious cd
aaiyrit interferes with buines$i
Makss the food more delicious and whotesosni
ItEFOMKD HIS PRIBNDj
Hovr a Nevr Orleans Court Stfirib
graph ar Saved a Man From
New Orleans Times-Democrat; '
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icuaiuicu Arum tuo uemuu xtltm.
MA . 4.1.. ... T tt
New Orleans court
stenographer chatting on th
1.1.. J . 1 T 1.1.. -I 1
Dytneuairana snatched him out!forei?n silvei. ius has decreaSed
of a drunkard's ernive. as the!
tamperaucB orators pnt it." 1
didn't kuow .yotl pructiced body-
snatching as p. side line." inter
rupted on incredulous friend.
14 Well I don't as a rule but this
was peculiar. Seriously I did
save that young man from going
to the dogs through drink. It
happened in this way. He is fi
tiptop fellow and lias no end of
ability but four or five years ago
he began to let red liquor get the
best of him lie had a fine position
at the timp and I don't think he
exactij neglected his workj but i$
got to De a common thing to su
mm standing around barrooms
in the evening about two-third:
full and talking foolish. A few
of his close frieuds took thi liberty
of giving him a quit ehint ananas
usual in such cases he got highly
indignant and denied point blank
that he had ever been in the least
under the influence. All the same
he kept increasing the pase until
it became pretty easy to predict
where he was going to laud and
it was ihat stage of the game I did
my reformation &2t. I was sitting
in a restauraut one evening wheD
he came in with some fellow and
took the next table without seing
me. He was just drunk enough to
be talkative about his private
affairs and on the impulse of the
moment I pnlled out ray steno
grapher's notebook aud- took a
full shorthand report of every
word he said. It was the usual
maudlin rot of your good fellow
half-seasover shading off in spots
to boozy pathosj where both
gentlemen wept in their beer
and including numerous highly!
candid details of the sneaker's
daily life. Next morning I copied
the whose thing neatly on the
typewriter and sent it around to
his office; In less than ten mizfates
he catne tearing in wiih bis eyes
fairly hanging out of fchsir sockets.
'Greafc heavens! Charley !' he
gasped 'what ia this anyhow V
It's a stenographic report of yoiu
monologue at a'lasi evening.'
I replied and gave him i
brief explanation. 'Did I reaIIypresngJij;
iaiir like that?' he asiceel raintly. 'I
assure you it is an aosohtteer-ja
batitn report' said I. He trirnod
pale and walked onti and from that
day to this he hasn't taken adrinfc. !
a; . .f
am Tr h .-n nnrSJWin.
men. All tbat he needed wss to
hear himself as others hsard him. .
' . ; j
am xx7.i r r.- fu; ap
Spring poets wearing long hair?
. Editor First-rate T always like
to ee it stand on end when tgdfcr-
throw them downstairs!
PCWCRB CO.. X&t YOmC
Quarterly Statement 8 Tbeii?
Values Issued by Director
of Minte '
Washington D. C Dec. 30.
i The Quarterly statement of thd
lues of foreign coins issiiedvby
.u j- ... .e i. tt .
dnri the ast three months the
vlne of siIyer ha9 decreasea ffg
These figures will be followed id
estimating the value of all foreign
merchandise exported to the Unit-
ed States on and after Jan. 1 1900;
TREATY W COMMERCE.
Negotiations for a New One Be-
tween Spain and the United
London Dec. 31. A special dis-
patch from Madrid says it is offi-
cially announced there what nego-
tiations have been opened with the
United States for a new treaty oi
commence and that the United
Spanish trade on an equal fonr
with that of Americans in? the
Philippines for a decade.
New Yorki Dec. 30. The Jot
al's Washington special says it i
believed that the American vessels'
overhauled by the British warship
off Delagoa Bay really had contra
band of war on board including
recruits from this country. It de-
velops that a French vessel was
held np at sea and searched; bue
allowed to land her cargo of food;.
This lends color to the story.
New York Dec. 30. The Jburn
al's Washington special says Sur-
geon General Sternberg announce
that he believes ths Thirty-fifth iu-
fantry was poisoned by rotten beet :j-
Major Baldwin bought the beef at;
Snn Francisco snd Commissary
General Western has not received
shy re""rJt'rc frdtu him. ' f
London Dec: 30. English lg'&k
experts say the seizure l5f grain ilW j
a risky precedent for England tot f
take as it may rencton theBriiishifil
Millionaire Riminson (if Sbutb
Africa shvs the British need car-1
airy and thfl infantry are of iitti
New York Dfe. 30. :TSie Jour
nfii'h Wadiiihiiton sceeiat
American request ancHrrll permif
miiisarv attache from -this coun-
jry t0 join General Hibert'starin:
A Georgia farmer bat rtartf
tne industry ot maKujg syttta oj
of watermejons. From 270ffielo
wUch rrjrom $5 to a at wl
sale'lie ffofc-tMrty galiona of s
which he sold as fifty cents a
Ion; and fed the refuse to
cattle ana imci:en
'Mabel Is poverty
ishabU by h-r
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 158, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 3, 1900, newspaper, January 3, 1900; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth143853/m1/1/: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .