The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 262, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 6, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWNSVILLE TEXaS TUESDAY JANUARY 6 1903.
COX.SOLII)ATKI) IN .TULV 18JUJ WITH TSIK DAILY COSMOPOLITVX WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOIt S1XTEEX YEAliS
j-AAIES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
vfire "vscond Floor RioGrantle Railroad
H. GOODRICH. E. K. GOODRICH
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
Attorneys at Law.
OealerS in Real Estate.
VjmpVte Abstracts of Cameron County
kept in the office. x
BROWNS tf I LLE. TEXAS
OFFICE HEAR MILLER HOTEL.
Elzaboth St. Brownsville Texas.
F. W. . KIRKHAM
IMivsician ami Surgeon
Special attention to the diseases of
the Eye. Ear Nose ami Throat. Of-
fi in Tilghmaii Building (up stairs
Thirtath street . Brownsville Texas.
Physician and Surgeon.
3FF1CE: Parker RoV Comer 12th
ami Washington streete . (up
stairs.) Entrance Washmgton
BKOWXSVILLE : : : : TEXAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
San Antonio Texas
FRENCH BUILDING JIAI. PLAZA.
Will pra;tice in the federal aud state
courts. Loud titles examined.
W. P. DEKRETT
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Cigars smoking and chewing
tobacco Fancy candies
cakes and crackers
Full line tin ware crockery Etc.
ar MADE- NEW. -ea
And General Rpairr is now.rendy
to repair and upholster fnrmtnrt
Levee and lttli. streets.-
I amjprepired to make snits
and clean Clothes
on short notice. Work
Shop Opposite Thi'en Bakery.
district and county officers.
Congressman 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg
tate Senator 27th district
D. McNiel Turner
Representatives (F W Seabury
85th. district Wm. J. Russell
County Judge Thomas Carson
County Attorney E.K .Goodrich
County Clerk Joseph Webb
Sheriff Celedonio Garza
Treasurer Aug. Celaya
Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos
Collector Dainaso Lerma
Surveyor II. Hanson jr.
'EUde Inspector Tomas Tijerina
Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe
Precinct No. 2. Jose Celaya
Precinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond
Precinct No. 4 F. S. Champion
Justice Peace Precinct No. 2
Constable Genaro Padron
County court meets for civil criminal
jnd probate business on the third Mon-
lays in March June September aud De-
jembsr. CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor Thomas Carson
Chief of Police L. H. Bates
Treasurer Geo. M. Putegnat
Secretary Frank Champion
Attorney W. J. Russell
Surveyor S. W Brooks
Assessor and Collector S Valdez
U. S. DISTRICT COURL
Cho lollowing are the officers of and
tne iimes and places of holding court for
th3 Southern District of Texas:
U. S. District Judge Waller T. Barns
Attorney Marc McLemore
Cleik C. Dart
Maishcl Wm. Hanson
Ua-v o: St; . b i. n. .Ian-"
uarv a'! F- ' dav ii. .luce-
H ut : Fourth A' i ay i f Feb-
nry r.d Sep1-iiii-r.
Laredo: ihrid Monday of April and
Second Monday of Nov-uibT.
. Brownsville: Sewwd Monday of May
and Fir.-t Monday of D-eeniVr.
Cameron County: First Monday in
February and First 31onday m oep-
Jtomber and May continue in session
Hidalgo County: e ourth Monday af-
ter the First Monday in February and
September and may continue in session
Stair County: Sixth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep-
tember and may continue in session
two weeks. '
Duval County: Eighth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep
tember and may continue m session two
Nueces County: Tenth Monday after
the First Monday in February 'and may
.continue in session eight weeks and
T'euth Monday after First Monday in
September and may continue in session
j. s. CUSTOlt HOUSE.
C. H. Maris Collector
A. Thornham Special Deputy
A. A. Browne Chief Clerk
E. B. Rentfro Jr. Entry Clerk
Postmaster J. B. Sharpe
Chief CItrk H. G. Krause
Registrv Clek E. S. Dougherty
Miguel Earrngan Consul
B. Merrill Griffith Consul
Rio Grande Lodge No. SI A. F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Tues-
days f each month at 7. SO p. m at
the Masonic Hall on Leve Street .
J. L. Pntegnat W.M.
E.K. Goodrich S. W.
Jesse O. Wheeler J W.
W. A. Nenle Secretary
R. H. Wallis Treasurer
M. Y. Domiuguez Tiler
Luilwig Dreyfus S . "
J. F. Boluick J D.
KNIOHTS OF HONOR.
Brownsville Lodge No. 3730.K. of II.
meets on the second and fourth Tues-
days of each mouth at 7.30 p. m at it
hall on Elizabeth Street.
Jesse O. Wheeler dictator
Celedonio Garza Vice dictator
Juo. I. Kleibor .Assistant Dictator
F. E. Start Jr Past Dictator
Aaron Turk Treasurer
W. B. Austin Financial Reporter
F. Rivadulla. Reporter
WOODMEN oF THE WORLD.
Acacia Camp No. 600 W.O. W. me- r
on the second nd fourth Thursday i
each mouth at 7.30 p.m. at the Wood-
man Hall on Twelfth Street.
Jeses O.Wheeler . .
For Consumption Is Being Tried
in a New York Public Park.
New York Cor. Washington Star.
Up in Morningside Park in
Harlem by permission of the city
there lias been a camp of about a
dozen male consumptives since Oc-
tober 15. The- are taking the new
open-air cure for the disease. Each
man has a shelter tent and there
is a big A-tent used as a kitchen.
The men take turns doing the cook-
ing for the camp and a sort of vol-
untary military discipline is main-
tained the most robust man of the
lot--and the term is rather pitiable
at that having been chosen to boss
the outfit when the camp was es-
tablished. The men are visited every day by
the physician in charge of- them is
positive that the open-air scheme
is the only way of curing pulmon-
ary diseases. The men are very
warmly clad in several suits of
heavy underwear but they are not
permitted to have any sort of a fire
in or around their shelter tents and
the' are required to keep on the
move as much as possible during
the- hours of the da'. At night thoy
sleep in their shelter tents under
heavy bedding but iheir heads are
exposed to tle cold air of course.
The. medical man having them in
charge maintains that the more
frigid air they breathe while thus
comfortablv wrapped up in their
bedding the better arc their chances
of boiiig cured. Other features of
the open-air cure arc a diet consist-
ing very hirsely t raw eggs un-
limited quantities of pure milk
and a certain emulsion of mixed
fats which ha attained a big vogue
over here even anoii: persons who
are only in :i run-down physical
condition The treatment to which
these consumptives in Morningside
Park are subjecting themselves
looks pretty heroic and it sounds
oven more so when it is doscriled
in p'int. but it should be said that
every one of ilie men has improved
and gained in weight and appetite
and ienoral condition since the
beginning of the treatment. They
are going to slick to it all through
the winter and their medical man
a ph sician of. high reputation is
willing to stake his reputation that
iikM of them will not onl- survive
but le cured ly the time the cro-
cuses leirin to pop.
PLANTED TREE FOR
Virginian Buried in Coffin Mai
From Tree He Planted.
Richmond Va. Dec. 27. R. D.
Whitlow the olde.-t man in Floyd
county and the oldest Mason in
Virginia died Christmas morninir.
aged '.'' years ten month- and four
days. He wa made a Master Ma-
son over fifty years ago. and never
missed a meeting of his lodge and
his last request was that he be Lur-
ie 1 w ith Masonic rite
He was a very active man up to
a short time before dealh. From a
locust tree planted many years ago
by his own hands he had the boards
prepared to make his coffin and r.-
q;:etcd with his dying br-ath thai
he be buried'" a coffin made from
them and finished in oil. All these
requests were carefully followed
INTO THE EARTH
Abandoned Mine at Olyphant Pa.
Caves In and Engulfs Hotel
and Three Dwellings.
Scranton Pa. Jan. 2. Abandon-
ed workings of the Eddy Creek col-
liery of the Delaware & Hudson
Company beneath the very heart
of the town of Olyphant caved in
this afternoon and engulfed four
frame buildings covering an ag-
greato ground space of G000 square
The settling was gradual and the
people in the affected territory es-
caped without being immediately
endangered. A gang of men and
boys who were at work in the mine
beyond the fall encountered a flood
depression in a vein in making their
way out by a circuitous route and
had to swim across. No one was in-
jured. In a half hour O'Brien's three
store hotel Mrs. Ann Evans' double
store dwelling Mrs. Jane Ackerly's
double store building and a one
story barber shop wore ground to
debris in the yawning pit with the
uppermost part of the mound forty
feet below thej surface. O'Brien's
hotel which plunged first into the
opening entirely disappeared
few houses are projecting o-v
edge of the pit. Two sick quests
were rescued from the hotel.
The vein that caved in is 11: feet
below the surface. The settling start-
ed in the street just in front of the
hotel property. The brick pavement
w as seen to be working and the tele-
graph poles and trees along tl 'M i r'n
were noticed to be wobbling. The
cause was apparent and the alarm
Twenty minutes after the dis-
turbance was first noticed theopen-
ing had widened until it reached
across the street and half way
beneath thehoie! Then with a era.-h
the building pitched forward turn-
ed over and landed on its roof in
the bottom of the abyss. The other
house followed. The property dam-
age is estimated at $30000. The
surface ceased to crack ninety feet
from the river bank. Had it reached
the river the mine would have been
BUCOLIC PING PONG.
A southern Kansas farmer is the
inventor of a new game called
"improved ping pong." It is to be
p!.ie l on a farm in the fall of the
ye.:r. The player gets up at 1
o'clock in the morning milks the
cow- f'ds the hogs and horses eats
hi -:ak fast then hitches a team to a
wagon about the size of a boxcar
and starts for the corn field. Here
is wlv;.- jftij pong comes in. You
grab a bi' ear of (
rn in the left
hand with the right hand and a
contraption of some kind you yank
the chuck off tlie corn and thro-
the ear at the wagon. When tin
ear of corn strikes the throw boar '.
it co"- j.inj" and when it hit- tl
iHU'.;n of the wagon it so...e!-
"pong" making a very interesting
game at about 2$ cents a bushel.
It is safe to predict that like many
other Kansas ideas the gamewiil
:se . ' Ntpular
(iermany will not submit to the
arbitration tribunal a demand for
an apology nor a claim for $300-
000 for the -oizure of certain pro-j.ertv.
LEMON JUICE FAILS.
Not Found Effective in D -tnin
New-York Jan. 2. Dr. W. R
Park bacteriologist of t lie depart-
ment of health has made several
experiments to determine tire value
of luuon juice in destroying typhoid
bacilli regarding which so much
has been published recentlj'. Sev-
eral microscopical examinations of
cultures of typhoid bacilli which
and been subjected to the action of
the lemon juice showed that
although the acid killed the micro-
organisms it required too much
acid and too much time for the
chemical actum to take place to
render lemon juice as an agent
Dr. Park'- negative opinion ia
regard to the efficacy of the :cid a'E
a typhoid prophylactic was cor-
rolairated. for after the bacilli had
been acted ujon by a ." j'cr cent
solution of the acid for thirty min-
utes it w.: f' n il that all of them
had not been destroyed. Dr. Park
when questioned regarding the ex-
"My suspicions were confirmed
by the tests. It is far safer to boil
the water or filter it properly than
j to triit to lemon juice to destroy
any typhoid bacilli that may be in
it. Of course the statement that
the acid would destroy any typhoid
germ- that might be contal.iecl j-.
oysters i sprinkling it on t i
outside. lit!! ulou-."
NEW ARMY UNIFORM.
Details of ( h.'.nges Made Public by
War 1 Apartment.
Washington D. C Jan L'. Tht
War Department has made poUie
the report of the uniform bonrd
headed bv General Young setting
out in detail the changes made in
the army uniform. The recom-
mendations provide for th'. use of
bronze sleeve ornaments for full
dress. Chaplains are to wear black
overcoats. The embroidered gold
oak leaves on officers visors must
come off except on rar.'.s above
that of major.
The United States coat of arnv;
in gold is to be addcj to all
shoulder knots of officers above
captains. An Important ! .mge is
the abolition of the ehap-..u the
service'helmet and serviee cap for
officers and the service trou. f rs for
enlisted men. Provi-i. i - m-de
for a combination s.:-u '.
A UN Hi UK HANDKI.
A repr" nt;.tic of the Times
was shown a small drawnwork
' handkerchief todav bv Redford
(States district attorney. bearing the
i signatures of the United
Supr. i-.i" 'o-rt. Tn th" -"nter is
the name of Melville W. Fuller
C.iief Justice and around hi sig-
nature are the namss of John M.
Harlan II. P.. Brown. David J.
Brewer (ieorge Shiras. E. D.White
Jo.-;.h McKemia R. W. P.-kham
and ). W. Holmes. Associate
Mr. Miarp; sent the handkerchief
to a friend of his one of tl:e men-
bers of the cour. who -t ur"d the
signatures for him and i to
present it to a friend a- a present
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