The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 259, Ed. 1, Friday, January 2, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWNSVILLE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 2 1903.
CONSOlKDATED ES JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTeI
XI9nnCT AND COUNTY OFFICESS.
Congressman 11th. district. . .R. Kleberg
itate Senator-27th district. . . . ( .
-. f. . . . D. McNiel 'Career
Representatives J F W Seabury
8cth. district . . . ? 1m. J. Russell
Dounty-iTudge Thcmas Carson
Office Second Floor Rio Grande Railroad County-Attorney E.K .Goodrich
IE. a. GOODRICH I CS SUN
!L-torneys at Law.
I -aler8 in KealEttte.
. bstracts of Icieron'OoTmty
kept In tke c(f5cs
EAR MIIilGR HOTEL.
5t. BlOWSS'IEie " T-63RS .
OomityClerk Joseph Webb
Sheriff. Celedcnio Gcrza
Treasurer Aug. Celsya
Assesscr Ezenusl Ca
' Collector Dnmaso Lorma
Surveyor M. Hanson jr.
Eide inspector TccuasTijsrina
Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes 'Oribe
Precinct No. 2 Jose Gilaya
Precinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond
Freciadt No. 4 P. S.Ohosapion
Justice Peace Precinct No. 2
. Yilentin Savito
Constable XSsnaro iFadron
County court meets for civil criminal
and probate business on the third Mon-
laysin March June Sepiemberirad De-
Chief of Police ....'L.iH. Bates
Treasurer Geo. M. Putegnat
Secretary iPnk 'Champion
Sirveyor ; S. W Brooks
Assessor and Cjlkctor. :S "Valdez
V. S. DISTEICT COURT.
Che following are ae ollieeas of and
ttie .'imes aLd places of holdingeourt for
thsSonthem DSstriet'rif Texas:
U. S. District Judge Waller T. Burns
Atior nay ' Marc "USiLemorc
CifcAc . '.C. Dart
Marshal . . 1 . . . Wie" Hanson
Galveslou: Second Monk-v Jan-
uary and First Mooficy in.Jur.-e-
-Eoustnn: IFoarth .Monday t&Fel
The Lamp of Steady Mafeits 1
The lamn that doesn't flam
to use bad lmuago ; the lamp that looks good when
yon get it and stays good ; the lamp that yon never v
mglv part with onea you have it ; that's
m New Rochester.
they may be in some
Other Iamp3 may be offered yon as "Just as good
ley may be. in somo rescetts. but for all around eood-
ness there's only one. the Kern Rochester. To make
Euro the lamp offered you spermine look for the name
on it ; every lamp has it. (3M Varieties.)
Old Lamps Made New.
Wo can fill every lamp vrant. No matter whether yoa
want a new lamp orslore an old ono repaired orrefin-
ished a rasa mounted or other make of lamp transform-
ed into a New Rochester. ro can do it. Let us
sena yoa literature on tne suojecu .
Wc are SPECIALISTS in the treatment of dlssesss ol
f Lamps. Consultation t-Kcc.
THE BPCMESTEB LAMP CO. 33 & SSSardar St. TStxr York j
MUST EAT A HAT.
Charles Edwards Insists Upon Pay-
ing Unique Election Bet.
TOO MUCH PUBLICITY".
atkn to Iba Azs of i'L'j.r
N8 and rhroat. Of
ta Suiiaiclj (np-ttairs
iot. Brownsville fSssas.
. . i
.DITICE : -Tter Sotc. JUorner rith;
aud lhiun icfcjgisn-
If 8K0 WriWjL. z s !?!
I ATTKY AT LiW
' I Sa; Eoo Texas
If "Wi pru. . Ke federal .ami state
FtiocrS Lot iax3ied.
r. S: jiiuSnayGroGeiies
I CSgars.i .g aUd chewing
JO ieaeral 1 'rry rpn'iy
lilM' tc -eoair n( hfllStirnritirnr
I Jand clean C thes
r on B'aort noMc Wcfl
lredo: Thrvd liJondav of April and
Seeeau MoticaT of Ncerfiniber.
Washington D. C. Dec. 2G. "It
is much easier to cook n'shirt than
a hat" said thechef of the new
WHIard at n consultation of cooks.
"Or even a. jwiir of boots" re-
niarked the chef of trie Raleigh.
1 lie occasion was a conference of
the cKks of the principals hotels
of Washington to devise the most
palatable way of . serving u hat to
Charles Edwards secretary 'of the
Deimtcratie Ktitional Congressional
cauipaigij comittee. Edwards told
Senator E-lkins ttiiat he would eat
a hat if ths Republicans elected a
OMigrtsiiuin .in West Virginia. The
Rrownsvillec Secontl Monbay of Mayf RepuWieaos were successful nd it
aiMlFiwtttonSfty-ofBecember. ' is J10w-up 4) E.hvards t. hare the
r.nron Gorafcv Irst iHndav inMlat rw!dftir.dinfH.r.
February and First Jlondayiin Sep-! Senator Elkins was not disposed
temfcer ana y .caatiitue as session t iKidlhe vtfntUS6sonie politician
foor .reelis. ( - 1
Hidalgo Ocastyz Kaurth aisnday af-to tl tr.ict letter of the bet hut
tor tie First Slauday un February and Eduwds sied. He declared
September &u& may .esaitinuem beFsiou j
tVoweeks. that Ms dionor demand that he eat
gn;-; fiyp "iSU liat This was tiie cause of (he
Sfcl .ie hirst Jloadsgr in Fesrnary -ana Sep-- .
the First Monday in February jaid Sep- j had net .agvtied t to eat a shirt iu-
ternbsr and mayconti.meinsescion two . siea1 wf n Fin(J Hnen shiris
JTneces Conntv: Ten1& Monday after
the First Monday in Fdhmary.sad may
cotttinue in session eight -we&s and
Teuih Monday after First Mccday in
September and may coutdsine in session
a. s. CUSTOM SOUSE.
C. H. Maris -. . . -.Gatiecmr
A.. Thorxham ji5pensal!Beputy
A. A. BrOAvne Ohioi Clerk
R. B. Etfro Jr. ntry -CIprk
Postmaster : JT. B.'SStarpe
Chief Clerk 2. G. Krause
Registry Cla-k E..S. Donpierty
Miguel Earragsji Consul
P. MerfiirerirHth .-Caasul
mo Grande &.odgo No. 81 A. FJSs &
M. meets oud&a first and thiid TnSf
davs of each month at 7.30- p. in. nt;j
the Masonic Hall on Levee Street.
J. L. Pntegnat
E. K. Gowlrich
Jesse ). Wheeler 5.
W. A. Neale .
R. H. WaUis
M. T. Dominguez . .
J. F. Boilnck
K-viguts or iHoxon.
Brownsrillo Lodge Ivo. 3730.K. of H.
meets on iho second ad fourth Tues-
' daTS of each inbnth at TO p. m at it?
i-2iall on Elizabeth Street.
: Jesse O. Wheeler dictator
Celedcaio Garza Tioe dictator
iSOCc Jn&. I. Kleiber . . : . . .Assistant Dictator
i F. E. Starck Jr Jaw uiciaior
Aaron Turk Treasurer
: w. n. Anstin Financial Reporter
F. RivqduUr. .Reporter
WOOPiTE Of THE WORLD.
Acacia Camp No. 090 W.O. W. meets
on the second and fourth Thursdays of
each month at- 7.30 p.m. at the Wood-
man Hall on Twelfth Street.
A. Astihcim...... C.C.
F. Champion A L
A. Turk -BAnkfr
Jeses O.Wheeler Alerlr.
can be made .v-ur.y palatable hy
It fiaslUy wtas decided to serve
the hat -as i -eonp.aud an entree.
Tfce recipe for ihe-KOtp is simply to
boil until reduced t to -a pulp pour
off take juice of hat flavor well
replace fireitiid season to taste.
The sttondduh .isito be made
as follows: Take parts of the hat.
chop very fine nis with onions
and roast osmtilidone very brown.
.This wili he sewed ata ' banquet
and the occasion rill botfieremonial
King Thinks the Privacy of His
Home Should Be Sacred.
The king according to an article
in the Liverpool Post the . writer
of which is believed to be Sir Ed-
ward Russell is not at all pleased
with the manner in which his pri
vacy is invaded by newspaper cor-
respondents. He does not like the
way in which his private life is en
larged and commented upon. The
king is of the opinion that the pri
vacy ot his home should 12 as
'sacred as-that of his meanest sub
ject. At a dinner .the other evening
hes majesty declared his dislike for
all interviews and other jouruali.-th:
Twice in the last two weeks has
frhe kicg taken active stej to car-
ry out --.i new plan in this regard.
When ""Quality Street" was pro-
duced 4it Windsor castle -it was in-
timated by the king that it was his
desiFe that no particular account
sho.uld be given to the jwess in ad-
ditioa to the ailicial oneirt the court
New York F
in every psrt f t'
paring to show tl
fidelity to Pope I
end of the celebrat
jubilee next April b
him an almost pr odi-
is a topaz weighing
pounds the largest in th
It is now in the hands ol
workmen in Rome where i
richly carved. It will
when finished a reprmnlatj
the Papal arms and of Cl
breaking bread. Notices on
subject will be displayed in
the" Roman Catholic cbnrches
Senator Quay of Penusylvs
has been for years a studont of tiifi
life of Benjamin Frankl irufcreyi.j-
ing whom he knows irtueh ra-Ke
than is printed in the books Sc3J-
a tor Quay says that on a cert sin
Su nday morning during the atkaisj-
istration of John Adams FrankHai
attended church with the PresioVait
and since both statesmen had Safe
up late the night Before Both j?23
a.-lrep during the- progress oftc
The chaplain bore- witlt- &m
slumber of his two chief audi3is
for some time but finalh' rage jnt
the better of him.
"Mr. Franklin! Mr. Frankl hr
he called from the pulpit-
Mr. Franklin awoke and looUctL
circi&ir. The other instanvWls 31 n Fnikin. Pardon me ftr
even snore personal. Ui majesty
gave permission for photographs- to
be taken at Sandringham to illus-
trate a certain magazine article but
would permit none of his private
aparttnents or-?ven the large recep
tion rooms t tie captured by the-
camera saying that these ought not
to be made subjects of general in-
spec&rn. New York Herald.
interrupting you" said the rhapicixi
in a grim voice "I onl- wished
request 'ou not to shiore so lomL
lest vou awake the President"
'Possum iswitofipiacc on a hotel
tabic; he doesnt taste the came in
It's fortunate that Christnias
eomcs but once z. yzax. Very few
LeC us could stand ifcajlv-.ofteiics".
We are dcterrtrifT&J. to make
somebody happy;Ulyff- Christraas-
cvert if wo have twhirl it! aod
marry a widow.
Tkis is the season when charity
begin at home to scold IhD old
lady lor making many Christ
NOT OPERATED FOR MOKTY.
The most profound qucstioji
touching the coal industry is prt
pounded by the Philadelphia . Rc-x-ord.
It wants to know what beoouxss
of the prits? The mine operate?;
make nothing nor dp the raiJro:2k
nor the wholesale dealers nor lla-
retailers nor the miners. Every-
body lose..a.nd all keep donbrE1-
noss at the samo old stand.
A bsw machine for laying rail-
road tracks is being used in Penn
sylvania. It has proved itself cap
able with a crew of forty men of
putting down 2 miles of track in a
day. The track-layer has a huge
crane GO feet long whicllf projects
forward over the road and it hauls j Cuero Texas Dec. 29. One
behind it a train of sixteen flatcars i the longest funeral process wui; riii
.. . . ' f x 1 11 . e .
loaded with ties and rails. A con-ion" OI lIK" -aauesi uincr-'.- o -t
THREE BURIeSiN ONE (iRAvV:
tinuous doable line of the latter
moves forward over rollers and car-
ries the ties with it. Both rails and
ties are seized at the proper point
by the machinery and placed on the
road in front of the train which
seen in Cuer. v. as that of M . W . . -tor
Le Galley and her twin bov s
who died iw.n the t-fiv - .' tt'
burns i when uiti; . .lent;
was consumed last Friday fin .
The funeral look place at ' .
very shortly forms part of the track ltfk yesterday morning i ite thrs-
over which it passes.
ooaies were encase-t m the smf
casket and the poor husband ar-.i
fatheTjhohling hi only snrvi.i
child a boy of something ovp:
! vears of agv. st.tndins bv t!.
A RURAL CORRESPON-
Libert v Vindicator.
An editor desiring the news asked u'th bowed head and tf-ar-
i ... .. . . i(
. . i .t i l. i lire rri:ino .i'ii:friir i. .r n
come 10IK3 insiiK ineir wnoiemuy i a mau i " iibn- t
is uerforuied when they bnild a bigjboriiood and g.t this reply: "We - 'oumt ari . ;w (..
fire and warm their feet and pity have two school marms the hog
i cholera and about 50 bushels of
Tlwre should be n politics in ; of potatoes and a darned fool who
married a cross-eyed girl because
she had a :nnle and 4.0 acre of land
and the aaroe is your humble cor-
Christmas and vet we can't help
feeling friendlj4('tIio. man who
sends-us the fattturkey.
Queen Alexandra gave a dinner
Saturday to 1400 widows and or-
phans English soldiers who Inst
theirves ju tvum Atnca.
Twentj'-eigi.t lives were loIFih a bef . .
roilrond wrerk in Canada caused I in diffprff
by a tclegraj .i perator s uiunaer. j last
cemeiery wi.'-i trif
ed. Rev. A. H. P
ductetl th? ?rvi
most imprc--; . n
most !; i'j!:f i'?y
into the grau
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 259, Ed. 1, Friday, January 2, 1903, newspaper, January 2, 1903; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144162/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .