Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and ?rop.
Issued Every Day Except Sunday.
Office: Herald Bcildixg South Side
Edit Elizabeth Street.
BROWNSVILLE. : : : TEXAS.
(U. S. Currency.)
Cue year $6.00
Six 'months 3.00
Three months 1.50
One month 50
FRIDAY JUNE 14 1001.
A number of witnesses who were
..Attending federal eourt left today
-.' for np river points.
A number of those who attended
federal court from up-river points
assurors or witnesses will remain
over until next Monday.
First Lieutenant Prank K. Per
gusson and Second Lieutenant
William 'I- Westervelt Second
field Battery arrived at Port Sam
rJoustonJWonday coming from the
lower border posts. Both of them
are to undergo an examination fur
promotion. Lieutenant Fergusson
for eapiain and Seeoad Lieutenant
Westervelt for a first lieutenant.
San Antonio Kx press.
The Cuero St;ir of hist Monday
slrys: S'M. B. Kingsbury left for
iew Orleans this morning to
maet his daughter Miss Blanche
on her way home from Washing
ton D. C where she been attend-
ing school the pass session. On
Wednesday Mrs. Kingsbury Mrs
Maxan and Master Robert Kings
bury will go to Houston to meet
them. They are all expected back
homo the latter part of the weeek".
A social gathering took place
Inst evening at the residence of
Mrs. M. Dougherty in honor of
the christening of her little graud
child the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Lipscomb. Music
was provided and dancing was en
joyed by the few invited guests.
Ice cream sherbet and cake was
served. The music by tire An-
" xaldua band was excellent and all
'enjoyed u pleasant evening.
Federal Court Adjourns.
Feddral conrt was adjourned for
the term this afternoon after eon-
1 Alnrlino' liQ fCW Cases Still OU
The grand jury adjourned early
bringing in several bills of indict-
iir.ent and " was discharged.
If There were only some petij
' smugghng cases to be disposed of
which was done' promptly One
-jnrT case was tried.
All jurors were discharged and
She business of the count wonnd up.
. to 4
Hherift Shely and Deputy Co!
llefcion Harg-ru lieft f Hi
Lou H. Hili; Ksq. of lievie.
univfil in lite city lasce verting and
8 4? i.ondiiir tle 'lay 141 his riee farm
; jmmu town.
- Lodge Notice.
There will be called eomainniea
'ifcwis of Ho Grande Lodge N. SI
A I?- & A. M. 011 Friday and 55.it
mwtav evenings beginning at S
telock Work in he Mastrdegi ee
hn i'h evening.
Sojourning brethren are eordta I-
. .. i
y invited to attend.
liy order of the V. M
. F. Cr.MMiXiS. Secrtt-iry
A. T. Patrick way ioimally ar-
raigned in New York Monday on !
charge of murdering Ym Marsh :
Riee the Texas millionaire. He
pleaded not guilty.
Thirty me 11 were entombed -by
an explosiooiu a coal mine Port j
Royal Pa. - t
T - - TT J . :
ioouth otern cornier u . j. coin-
mercial agent at Bainberg Bavaria j Cameron County Greeting :
committed suicide near that place. i2&2
President Krager has concluded jrJ: 1 hy Iaw' "l th" t'I1"wiUK
not to visit the United States this! The Star.- ..f Tex. and Co. .1 Cameron
i T Jlarif Grogan Dana. haries
summer. Dana and to all persons owning or hav-
. . . j ing or claiming any interest in the fol-
Ut titty niue eatufiaates jWBO re- ;
tuo passea. "
r . i
Later reports of the encounter I
Bata n-as orovince between j
Americans and Filipinos show that I
nortel fnr erorahuitioa for ad mis- State of Txa ami county of Cameron
r for taxes to-wit: -! a res.s 01 laud m I 2 tore wriuns. so us t n.d onr exactly what it would
Sionto West. Point. nly twenty- jCameron County TVing a portion tTTAeii
; of that grant onginaily made t J. S. de ! Jf 1 cannot say too much in record to its merits.
thp fnr-npr fiftv in number were of th&t jHre sraaT m Lum r"u cottnx5"'
tlietotmei Dtt 111 number ejTexa oririnaUv made ro J. S. de la.
ambushed six miles from Lioa-bv
200 natives. I he latter were de-
feated. Lieuts. Antpn Spriugerantl w ufnr 7? Tul' lexarin-
v - 1 I allv made to J . S. dv la Garza and coni-
Walter Lee (not Pitzhugh Lee
jr.) were killed and otlier serious
fU ERVOUS tronbleg are cured v
11 IUxhVs Sarsaiwrilla. which fc-
rici and purities the blood. Itis tl
. .. r
best medicine for nervous PEOPLE
Will Try Farming.
.W. A Ptrns was in town Tues-
?V 1 Is.iavlK' g f motttT j
ot nis ucii iivt-r vaue mini k -1
bed and prepared for cultivation
next year. Mr. rettus is one ot
ai d land owners in this section
and farms ou a large scale. He
has demonstrated to his own satis
faction that farming - pays better
than stok raising siuce the intro
duction of unproved stock wiiie.h
requires extra care and feed in
speaking of the profits in the bnsi
ness he remarked that he. bad re
eeived eight dollars au aere ?reut
from some of his farms and -ten
dollars an acre from others or an
average of nine dollars an aere ou
ail of his rented lands tor the year
1900. With the addition of what
he is now having cleared he will
in all probability have several
thousand acres in cultivation nejtt
year. lie owns some of the finals
valley lands on the San Antonio
river which would produce feed
enough to carry his stocic through
the winter besides hundreds of
bales of cottou. Prom this it would
seem that stock farming is the
corning business of this section of
Custom House Sale..
Office of the Collector of Customs
Port of Brownsville Texas June 13th-
1901. The following described Mer-
chandise will be sold at Public Auction
atjthe Custom House of the'several ports!
3?Yiday. June 38th 1901 ; as providwl in
Section :J077 -of the Revised Stat-
utes of the United States; -viz: At
Brownsville: Eight hundred and fourLjtate
pieces Mexican needle-wots twenty-
eight and two-thirds dozen spools-
cotton thread fifteen yards cotton
lace eleven straw hats twenty-sewn
cigars four yards silk ten and a half
yards lawn four and a quarter yards
linen duck four and a quarter dozen
handkerchiefs sixteen and a half yards
ribbon one pair pants one pair pants
K unfinished) three sheepskins three
pieces sole leather ten pieces earthen-
ware swenty-fire Amnds istlu two
owrshirts. twenty -three bottles claret
wine nine yards uunvwling one piece
Lawn two pieces trimmings four pieces
embroidery five decks playing card
one skiff two saddlers two bridles ode
pair spurs two shawls 'one pistol four
pair gaiters one silk tie two hundred
ami forty 'packages cigarettes six combs
two Mexicau hat one wool hat seven
yards linen one lot miscellaneous fonr
and one-half gallons whiskey seven-
eighth gallons alcohol thrt'-qnarter
gallons brandy one bottle auisette one
hundred jumI sevtnty-one and threo-
quarter pmnb- leaf tobacco. At San-
ta Maria THiirty-ftve pounds tobacco.
At Kio Grande City : Six saddles fire
bridles one six-JuKt'r ont- lialter iev-
enteen yanU cloth two earthen Jars
two iair shoes four nose bags one
bn-ks.rir -"railet fifty-five pieces Mex-
....... i- -- j
t icau neenie vnira eiui kxu inrem.
; tint- wo.il n Mh. one hundred ai
; n 1t.i;1 't - " ;
'v"1 k i' ' N '! : '
; i.s ten rNis m(-au. ui' . n
!Tl ae o pair -':;--. 'ii- -kit!.
T'lir t4i. . .
t!.:. -. .a w- ! ' '
nrrficmmfATt.no irritation of the in
testines -bnt gentle prompt thorough
healthful cleansing when you take "j
SoW by all drcrrists. ent3
Citations by Publication.
Tlie State oi" Texa
To th Sheriff or ;mv Constabi
towing deM-rnVd laud i. linquent to the j
la GarzaandknowTia.sanddled '"Espir-
itu Santo" ; 1110 acres of lanl ont of that
Jsnaa iu Camerou eoimty Texas origin-
ally made to J. S. de la Garza and com-
acres of laud out of and forming a part
Garza and commonly known as and caH-
jed 'Espiritn Santo"; 1T.U1 acres of
'1 i)erag a portion ot that grant sit-
mouly called 'Espiritu Siiuto"; 2000
a wt tf tiat v t lyjn au1
ing situated in Cameron touut)- Texas
originally granted to Mr KKi Hinojosa
I do Balli and cojmnonly known a. and
1 called "IttFeria" which said lands are
! iquent for taxes for the years
! J t5J I?
'amount: f.il..0l for state taxes
j 3.70 for county taxes and
yon are hereby notified that suit
j has been brought bytht State for the
collection of sail taxes interest and
costs and. you are commanded to ap-
pear and defend such' suit at the Sept-
a rr i T-v;...i.. . a.
Cameron county and tflate of Texas
b iBg ibe nexc regular term thereof to
jbe held at the court house hereof at
mwnsvuie on xu sccouu miy 01
wbv judgment shall not he rendered
ctiudemning said land and 'ordering sale
and foreclosure thereof for said taxes
and cost of suit.
Here in Fail Not bnt have you before
said court on the said first day of the
next term thereof this Writ with your
return thereon showing how you have
executed the same.
Witness LOUIS KOWALSKI Clerk
of the Dislrict court of Cameron county.
Given under my hand and the seal of
said court at office in Brownsville this
the 13th. day of June A. D. 1901.
Clerk District Court Cam.Co. Tex.
A true copy I certify.
Sheriff Cameron County Texas.
By Geo Conner . -Deputy
The State of Texas
To' the Sheriff or any Constaateof Cam-
eron County Greetrag:
You are hereby commanded to cause
publication in the manner and for the
time prescribed bylaw of the following
The State r Teras and County of Cam-
eron To XativVlad Trevino. and to all per-
sons owning or living or claiming any
mterest in the t liiwing descriled land
delinquent tf the State of Texas and
Countv of Ca:n ron for taxes to-wit:
For the v .ir- VS&i 1889 1891 1892
1 893 1894. 1S9G 18t7 and 1898
15S7 acr ' l' land being a portion of
thatla!-' '!; int m Cameron County
ually grantetl to E. agd
Fernai w ' ad commonly kutnvn as and
callec -i' n .epcion of Carricitos"
whicl - a : laud is delinquent for taxes
forth t li ving amount: $48.88 for
a.id 13U.fi2 for County taxcii.
and y . hereby notified that suit
has been brought .by the State for the
collccti"!i f said tax; interest and
costs and you are commanded to apear
and df ieU'l snc!i uit ut the September
Term of th-- il"-tnr; ; ::n of Cameron
County. ta'. ' f T- xas btiug the
nextT"'.:;:r r-ria thereof to le held at
the Court TInu.' hereof at Brownsville
on the seetiiid duv of Septemlier A. D.
1 bow eau-e win jndcmer.t
-.if for .:ui r:i.- aix.i c m ot uit.
ireii; Fad Nut. but have v.! before
Curt ou the raid first .hi v of t he
eat term there..f. thi- Writ with vour
itnm. 7i J-;.' n.vv v.a- h Vl.
the Dist". h.:t: r.;mer.-:i Omnty.
Given inl"r ntv h.-dd -ntd th- sejil of
said Coar' :r -4H- in Brnwn.-v.il.'. thi
thel3day t .In: A. I). V.fiH . '
I.-.;-i- K.-. ;.-k:.
vierk. U. j.u::t '..!:;.t '... T.-x
A true (' ijv I certify.
(.'EI-KD M i .VKZ A.
S'.- nft Can- r :i ' ' ..;-! rv. Texa
By o. n :: D
CASTOR I A
xor Iniarii: aid Cmidren
Tu8 Kind Yqh Have Always Besgh
i : -"J
MAS MADE iT POSSIBLE FOR ANY YJQhlAN TO CURE HERSELF AT HOME
of any disease or weakness without any examination or the services
of a physician. Here is one example ; countless similar ones could
be quoted : i
WONDERFULLY BENEFITED HER.
I have used your G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female Panacea) and am now sat-
isfied that it has wonderfully benefited me. I wanted to test it thoroughly be-
fiMnnnir. rsnl ST EB
52 tkiktaS v-iJ a a ti a
Seven carloads of tomatoes were
The wheat yteM in North Texas
will average only" one fourth the
usual crop owning fco dronth and
Ninety nali ves from the Philip ;
pities passed through Texas this j
week en ronte ro the Buffalo ex- j
ti.- -ii. a-niac nf xtmn
it . 1 f. "1 .
Umvemtv tftok twoe tki week at i
Gold-bearing voek has been
found near Navasota
Col G- W Uairdy of the Third
regiment Texas Volunteer Guard
has resigned and publishes au
opeu letter criticising the legisla
tare severely for not providing
adequate support for the guard.
Two new first class pianos. A
No. 1 of the celebrated F. Connor
factory iu New York are for sa3e
and can be seen at the Miller Hotel
For particulars and -terms t. write
to A. Nordtnann 420 Goliad St.
San Antonio Texas br see Loins
Kowalski in Brownsville.
These piauos are well known in
Brownsville a number of them be-
ing in use here.
THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sher
iff or any Constable of Cameron:
County Greeting: xou are hereby!
commanded. That you summon by
some newspaper published in the county '
of Cameron if there be a newspaper j
puMished therein but if not then inl
any newspair published in the 98th.
judicial dLstritrt; lmt if there be iio
newspaper published in said jntlK-ial :
district in a newspaper published in the
nearest "district to said 28th. judicial :
district for H weeks previous to the
tnmdav hereof the heirs of Thomas
Green and Mrs. E. Green deceased
whose names are unknown ami whose
residence is unknown to 1 ami appear
before the Hon. District court at the
next regular term thereof to be hojden
house thereof in the city of Brownsville
on the first Monday in September 1A04
i 11 v"a "nv-ra ma- tj iRuap
I A- - l1 V a numbered on the
d'-Ket of said court o. Ii7 whereui
i tb Stlt" o. Texas fe plaintiff and the'
uniciiow n hejrs of Thomas Green ami
E. Green are defendants. The
f tb nlaintiffs demand being
; as rouow. towit : a smt lor laxes u
state ii iex.!anat ameron i-ounsy m
aid state f..r the years 1S84 18S5 18
isst. inns issji lsyo 1891. if2
?-i4. ivi.- mVSA"i ami 1896 ami
t. - .- v: h Ti ll ts ftostii and chaises
nT.ims uu-fliBKoi in- iiunam.
! runher -sts of suit and for a fore
' P.! i: X . :1 in the eity of Brownsville
( inl' v ! i-Mnutv T'-xa. Herein fail
n-.-. ai i nav y if ore said first day
f of the n. xt term thereof thi Writ with
5v...ir emlorHii'-nt thereon showing
h. -.v y .u luv- Mxe-uted the same.
under ?av hand and seal of
-a .l rt at .t!i. in Br- wn villf this
r ti '-Jt! 'lay ot June A. 1. AbUl.
i Louis Kowalski
Clerk District eourt Cam. Co. Tex.
A trii" tv I .-ertifv.
TiooNio ;nz.. t 3IAXAGEK
mi nrf Cain-rt.n ( oonry. Texa..0. .' 0 .... . OA
. m ;K .f:E c .xvek. Deputy Celya Building; - Elizabeth St
d Dog! I
You run for your lives when
you hear this cry and still you
know that all those in the world
who yearly die from hydropho-
bia are of insignificant number
compared with those who die
from some formof female disease.
Pasteur has made the mad
dog's bite comparatively harm-
less. Gers tie's
do. and arn convinced that
rno nave tried it and they
has done them. I feel that
CORNELIA ALFORIV Society Hill.S. C.
If yo-ir cvhj is nc fully
ereil by oar f re book Q
i "U-!.riH MorUEIte HAkt .im HOJfKS " rif a
I ia coiiHdoce to the Ladies Health Club cara
L- Co.. ChatidLooca. Tenn.
Keep the Balance up. .
It has been truthtully said that any
disturbance of-the even balance of
health causes serious trouble.
Nobody can be too careful to keep
this balance up. When people
beirin to lose appetite or to get
I tired easily the least imprudence
jbrings on sickness weakness or
debility The system needs a
tonic craves it and should not Ue
denied it; and tha best tonic of
' which we have any knowledge "is
inedicine has done in keeping
. . .
..v.....j twut'. ii.
up the even balance of health
gives it the same distinction as a
preventive that it enjoys as a cure.
Its early use has illustrated the
wisdom of the old saying that a
stitch in time saves nine. Take
Hood's for appetite strength and
High Patent pb;$9 50
Secoud Patenf " ; S 00
Our Gem 41 f 00
Oliv Pride per bbl. ! i i.S0
UOUipOUTltt 1 airJ3aHK S
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OJ' neicej PG1 LDi C
t r' npv lh llc
in VII1S pel IU J-OfU
te-;xr Pnohmnv lb 91r
ALeXlcail OftDOllJ IU Z)C
Rio Coffee lb 18 to"39c
" m Acconliug to class. I
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q l' a .A C i.nmi I olnrl 1 Q1 rt
Otaiiaaa. CjiaiLUiaiiea loC
.thrown ou9:ar. per iDr y-e
t ' .5
Bl'lllay JirOWTl $
bugar per bbl. 9.00
.JMPZ. 11 Timi.ll.fJ.
ftOCUL VCV VOlUia 13 C
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901, newspaper, June 14, 1901; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144099/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .