The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 159, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 4, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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UOS'JLIDATED IN JULY 1803. WIXhJtHE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHIOR WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS.
BKOWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY; JANUARY 4 1900.
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BUI SOTO iY
ffrecBr - owpli D. Rayons
Hutntflflver2or J- Browning
fIlrcUer W. Finlev
Lajii 0ntist-a.ar 6eorge W. FiiiRer
trAstrer....v JoUa T. Ecbbina
fcttrey GaRrA Taos e. Smith
t.PuWie lustration.. ...J.S. Kendall
DISTSICT ASiKGOtmXS 6rFlQSBS.
-Soscroesaaa Utt. lwVrt Silpb Kleber!
ItfcU Resstor. 2?tk distric A. Atlee
. J. B. Moaro
opoei&iiTM I-ttii fcstrlet -. m j HusueU
eauntyJBuUje .-Xfcciii&a C&rsoa
ratr Attorney BobcV Eectfro. Jr.'
Mwcty Clerk ?P- "Vfb
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-CSteXupeotor. Vlcenu Tic7
TrtcisctKa. 1 Ateaojenea Oribe
jMtce Peace Free Ko. 2 Franklin
Joutj court meets for olvS critntal id pro-
feu. bslnes sn tlie Srt ifondaya ii March
fcfor . Chomts Carson
SMeftf ic..... '- Bates
v : -M- B. KingAnty
etfcrT Cleaealo Jtertines
Itfcra. . - A-W4eu- Jr-
flcrreybr 8. W: Brook-
ise6&r tad Siaeior i s- Vcldsa
U. 8. DISTEiCT OOBST.
Ska olio wing ere tke ofic&rs of and the ttoos and
i hv-iamg cw?t or the western utsuicxw i
Pi B. Dlsirie
' tay Seary Tcrrel1
5.. . H. Esrt
'toil'.' 6e- Sbrecht
ioort oaTese la Kan Antonio fti Ui first Moa
fr-.rt la i&T aud KOTceaber.
at AK3tln k tn tretondya in Kebratry aid
In BrwaTia! on tie first Monaay ')n Jinctry
j.ei seesai icmdyin Jane.
Pea tJio fiiet ifoadja m Anrii d. Oc-
T?rfiSrr.EXfTS JtJDIOIA.L CIS
Jstrit Jdge. 8iley VTetch
&fcict tteniay L E2bt
j52trict01tfc IHie Kowalaki
r ' 2's-ii Ocanty Fii-st Vondsys in Febratry ind
pvpUnber: eoatirnei in ssieion focrivefts
- 5idlc- Coxntj Fourth ifondnja after tli first
JSrBdtiyin Febrnarytnd jBsptcabet; continues
ta ksscloc two creeks.
tlerr Oountr Sixth Jionitja Efter tha first Jon-
isyeia Febroiury and Bept tuber; continues in
sccsion throe Teola.
Kut-aee County Sinth Mondayn aftt-r the firit Ifon-
dys in Febnxxj and September; continue in
. csis aix weeks.
O. . CUSTOM SOUSE.
n. jiru....i 4..vic(i
. Trnhaw....... Bpuclal Deputy
Kt Sri.va - Chief Clark
K.K. 3odrieh En try Clerk
viws Bwragta.... .Consul
RIO ORAXDE I.ODGB
No. Si A. F. & A.
M. L. A. Jaqou
W. M.;J. F. Cum-
mings S. W.; .
W. A. Neale
Secretarv; W m.
Puternat. S. D.: Mike Werbiski J. D.:
g. W. Miller Tyler Visiting brethren
rerdislly invited. Lodge meets first and
Ihird Tuesday in month.
No. io. I. O. O.
F OFFlCRrs : i
i. Alarib Noble
Grand; J. L
J-ittingi past Grand Chis. r- LUgiiman
District Deputy Grml Master. The
Lode-neets at 7:30 p m every Wednes-
Jar ni'ht. Visiting b etnren ana an
Odd Fello-K-s in good standing are cor-
afally Inrited to attend-
Kjjights of HO?
LODGK NO 373J
OF ICEV. J .
tor D. ii. Sha
Vice Dictator. 1-
ton McGary assist-
ant Dictator" H . Sher-
uod Reporver; w. B. Austin Financial
trepcrter; A- Turk Treasurer: F (Jham-
Rion Chaplain; J. M Kaynes Guide; D.
-Benavides Guardian: . Waltgenba'h
dentinal Trustees Prank Champion
. 'Z- F- Tilghman and J B Sharpe Lodge
peet3 second nd fourth Tuesdays of each
1 1 e
. Xasceccotto Ohrieiian Hes..
&ihesfe Price Paid For Country
& d. Tasas.
rVrtejnat Vice Gr;.nd W A- Neale. Sec-
retary : Geo. Alore. Treasurer; Victor
ir-lrlsr. Inside ?uard:an; .M-T- Fletcher
&S Ss Viidf tit I
fS UIM2 t
(Successor to Bloomberg &
iaif b in
ELIZyLTII SHEET - IBBWKSffiLLC
to put 11 his knowledge eiperi
hSdiif "n tSSS
coiubiuution of remedies yonr rase
denmnls. Ho can not rely on re-
?aus cnioss tne ingreaionts are pare
ami reliable and properly com-
pounded. Be fair to your doctortid to your- i
3elf by bringing your prescriptions
here. They will be" compounded
only by Registered Pharmacists
who are aided by the largest stock
of druis in this part cf the state.
Everything of the finest quality
that money can buy or experience
J. L. PDTEGNAT Ph. G.
ni Fanoy Goods o' all Deecrip
tion anitnble for
.tt i ti 1 ft" t 1 n t
weaoinr ana mitadav t resents !
j I iUOUillO I
B til JVS
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8 ui j yuuuuj
it S I IM
i MR QUO snnpo
S 1 1 y p riMa r p
U-t f v U I If ill U
Music Books Stationery toys Penjft
a Jewelry Silverware Farfcy
Goods f every description
Just received by j
SRS. BED. 5.1AIISSE
Bro nsyilla Texas. 11?
g"Agent for Oil's ToreUtonea. j
McCampbeiis aStaytonJITlie fi
Successors to McCampbells & Welch
and Mc:ampbells &Son j
Law and Land Office-
Practice in Supreme Civil Appeal Fed-
eral and other state ourts .
Special atten ion given to litigation in
the ("onnties of Aransas l ameron
Duval I idalgo Nueces Starr and xm
Abstracts of land titles furnished and
Main office : orpus Christ: Texas'.
Branch office Rio Grande Oity Texas.
Summer E xcurswn
On and after Jnn 15tb. 1899
regular passenger trai ns vvi il
run aa follows.
HE G TIL A K TSAHx.
Leaves Brownsville (Daily) at 5 p.m.
Arrive Point Isabel at 6:15 p. m.
LeaTe " at 7. tt. ra.
Arrive Bro?m8ville at 8 :i a. nt.
1 iiu Ui uiiy 0 i8 tie
SQSTHEFM FWiFiS PPtHT
Steamers make trips between
Morgan City or cw Oi
leans and Brazos Santiago
va alveston about evcryo
For further information call on
M. B. KNOSBTJEY. Aoent
From 8 to i2 a. rn. an
from i to 5 p. rn.
o Opoosite liilsf's Hote
Tor Infanta and GMidren.
8 m Yoa Ba?3 AMP
R. H- WALLIS.
Its introducing new and telcct Ktvles
oi work at his parlors. Also new stylet
of fnncy card mounts.
opying and enlargements n crayon
Wenkuras manix'st itsaa in th-? irJ$ -i
onbitiou -and aohing boncz. The blood is
TtXerj ; the tLwase nre wtinj thn door ia
being opened for distsse. i bottle cfBrowna'
Iron Bitttrs taken i& tisie will restore yoai
jireuth soothe yoar nerV m&ke youi
Mood rich and rfd. Ho vou raorr pood thsr
Boadinp; and Lodging Hon
(Late of Miller's otel )
Meals at all hours. Coffee and
Chocolate Pish served a$ all hours
at day and night.
L. A. KOUSSET
lace to :i)H
ret clans shave JU
Uf n?llr t or naill poinf
fand cnurtcons attention to
ijfr All P towns
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5To locsntloa nrtvctlced.
for & genrrou3
10 QE$zr trial aim
1? SI ikt "
EiY'8 C :
erf T6e Jm-'? .
EnJr al once
rj v 3 1 ! v
Over the Situation Iu the Provirics
- of Gavite.
The Statement that the War Is
Over Is Shown to Be Absurd
v and Without Foundation.
New York December 31. The
World's Hons Eonjj cauhe-eaysr
It is well kDawn here that Geueral
Otis is badly Trorned over the
situation in Cavile province. There
are 2000 organized insurgents in
Cavite and as many peasants have
rifles and are ready to take a shot
at an American whenever oppor
tunity is offered.
Before General Lairton's death
it had been planned that his move-
ment to subjugate Cavite should be
pushed two weeks or longer if nec-
essary. His death has had a bad
effect on the troops and the fight-
ing since them with its list of
American casualties makes the
statement that the war is over seem
Negotiations are said to be in
progress for the surrender of the
province. There has been talk of
this sort before but the negotiations
fell through. If they fall now
General Otis it is said will depend
upon American successes in the
north and famine in the south to
bring about the dispersal of the
No Manila paper is allowed to
criticise the administration or to
publish "news from the United
States relative to the Phiiippiue
policy of that gorernment.
The $30 reward brings in few
rifles. Outside of the northern
provinces no one is safe without a
good sized military escort.
Texans Will Be Speakers in Chi-
ChieagoDec. 31. Arrangements
have been completed for the fourth
annual banquet of the William J
Bryan league of Chicago. It will
be held at the Tromont House
Saturday night and Colonel Bryan
who has attended every feast given
by the organization will be the
guest of honor and principal speak-
er. Plates -will by laid for 500
persons only the experience oi last
year haviug convinced the man-
agers of the affair that it it unwise
to hold the dinner in sections or to
attempt to accommodate all com-
ers. The list of speakers will in-
clude the following: William
Jennings Bryan of Nebraska Cato
Sells of Iowa Carter fl. Harrison
of Chicago Governor Benton Mc-
Millin of Tennessee Senator Char-
les Culberson of Texas ex-Governor
Hogg of Texas James A.
Mulligan of ' Kentucky- General
Joseph B. Doe of Wisconsin.
Samuel B. Bathwork of Michigan
Dr. Hcwark S. Taylor of Chicago.
Berlin December 31. The for-
eign office is stirred up over the
seizure of a German ship by
Great Britain. The seizure is re-
garded as an unwarranted act and
it is expected that the foreign of-
fice will call England to account
New York Dec. 31 .The Jour-
nal's Washington special says;
Following the had beef scandal
comes the story of the destruction
10000000 pounds of badf bread
which cost the government $4t-
000 and which turned to be
iiseless. It was shipped from8an
Francisco to Manila and condemn- j
Mokes the food more delicious end wfooSesoroe
jxri awwa km
Copechagen. Says Purchase ot
Danish West Indies Has Al-
most Bcou Completed.
London January 1. The Copen-
hagen correspondent of tha Daily
Mailsavs: The sale of the Danish
Indies to the United States bids
fair to be accomplished Danish
uuuiaiu a Lilian i i i j mix 111-
flnential friends iu the United sortio 38em8 designed to coavay.
States and who has secured the No word regarding any such
support of President ilcKinley movement has yet arrived from
Admiral Dewey and a number ol Britisfl sources and the feeling
influential senators is acting as oi suspence is deepenng as It is.
intermediary between the two gov- feared Colonel Badeu-Powell'a
ernmeuts direct official communi- siloDe9 ideates that Hs position'
cation b.iug impossible for Den- is becoming desperSi Th dis-
mark after repeated failures in Paches tf& front breathe a
i confident spirit which is bv no
davs an attache of one of the Unit-
ed States embassies has haen here
having long conferences with the
minister of finance Dr. Hberring
and this week Captain Christmas
will go to Washington to assist the
publication of the American official
nffr Nn rmnnsit.inn i nti
from King Christian. The price
has been fixed at $4000000.
THE NEXT POPE.
Leo Designated Him Who Is to
Rome December 31. It is as-
serted that the pope after the re-
cent ceremony of opening tha holy
door at St. Peter's cathedral ad-
dressed his intimate entourage and
said : "I thank Divine Providence
for granting me the grace of being
able to celebrate this great func-
tion and I wish for ray successor
a grander and longer raign to the
greater glory of God. My success-
or will be young as compared
with my own age and will have
time to see many glories of the
papacy and the church."
Later Leo clearly designated
Cardinal Giiolamo Maria Gotti
prefect of the Congregation of In-
dulgences and Sacred Relics as
his successor. Cardinal Gotti the
famous Genoese monk is a man
of great piety and modesty. Now
about 64 years of age he has al
ways lived the life of an ascetic
and despite the dignity of a prince
of the church he always sleeps iu
a cell and od a hard mattress.
GOING ON SECRETLY.
The World Says Boer Recruiting
Is Being Done.
New York Decenber 31. The
World says: Recruiting foj South
Africa is going on secretly but
withgreat activity among the
Irish volunteers of this and the
nearby cities. That several num-
bers of the Tolunteerg which is a
branch of the Cl&n-Na-Gael are
already in the Boer country pre-
paring for the reception of recnits
is well understood. There has
been a larga damand for drill reg -
ulations of the United States
from Irish societies and one firm j
in this cjry that publishes thesevre
gulations has filled large orders
within the last few days. A prom-itiohs
linen t member of the Clan-Na-
Gael estimated the strength of -the
Tolanteejsjn America at 23000. j
co. t tc.
SITUATION IS 0IS.Q &IETIN0
Dispatches" Do Not Bear On6
Officials Reports. 1
London Yanuary 1. Tn th
obsance of confirmation of tb
reP"a irom Laaysmitn
that stor3r is discredited. No snchj
hopeful view can be Ukn as ihfe;
means echoed hire- The late!
Ladysmith advices show that th
Boer shelling is becoming deajS
7711119 sickness and nnmm
" alB0 be tellic2 stSl7 up8
garrison. The news of theprad
of a rebellion among the Dutci
! Colonists and Of the attkmpU ofi
Boers to cut the railway a
different points ia vry disquiet-
ing is bearing upon the safity
of the extended lines of communi-
cation. All th correspondents r
are begining to hint at a forward
movement on the part of Gener&i.
Bulier the danger of which lim
indicated in a dispath to the Daily
Telegraph from Prert recording
the unfortunate failure of two
reconnoiaances. In on case tha
Boer lines at Colenso were to hava
been bombarded by night. .Mounts
ted men drew the Boer fire and
was mtenaea tnat naval
should bombard. This howaven
fhe latter failed to-do owing ia
some misunderstanding and tha
reconnoitering party was com-1
pelied to fionnder back to campj
through the wet and stormy nighfy
marching in mud and warter and
with :he greatest discomforts"
Arcording to the same eorrespon
dent a similar fate awaitd
another reconnisance in the op
posite direction. Two detachhienw
says the dispatch lost their way
in the-darkness. They were unabla
to tffect at junction for attack j
they stumbled into water holsd
and were out all night only to
return drenched and disapointed
in tha morning.
It ia rongblr estimated that!
there are 25000 Boers betweerj
Ladysmith andCoienso some 400(1
being on the south side of tft
Tugela mer. At all points tj
anemy shows ceaseless activit
A large number of Americj
are said to be finding their
into the Transvaal- volut
regiments being raised in
Colony. It is asserted that
Americans aae arriving at Deh
bavins been expelled froi
rand because- thpy refnstd t
the Johnnesburg mines
Probably every brid d
or more of her wedding
feeling that those to;J
they are addressed wll fiu
sh isr uott revenged
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 159, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 4, 1900, newspaper, January 4, 1900; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth143854/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .