The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 7, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 1903.
CONSOLIDATED IN JULY USSKJ WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAKS
JAMES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Second Floor Rio Grande RuiSroad
. H. OOODEHSH. E. K. GOeSRICH
E. H. GOODRICH & SON -
Attorneys at Law
Dealers in Real Estate. '
(VjinpVete Abstracts of Cameras County
k-pt in the office.
BROWNS '.LE. TEXAS
1 H. THORN
OFFICE NEAR. MILLER HOTEL.
Elxabeth St. BrownsviSe Texas.
F. W. KIRKKAM
Physician ami Stsnjrcoii
Special attention to tho dis?oses of
the Eye. Ear Nose and throat. Of-
fice in Tilghmnn Building (up stairs
Thirteenth street. Brownsville Texas.
tr. L. F. LAYTON
Physician and Sunaeon
DFFK'E: Parker Row Comer 12th
and Washington fstaeetis (up
stairs.) Entrance -Washington
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Sax ANTCKOO TEXAfi
FtCNCH DUILDI.NO MAIN ""dKiAZA .
Wil' practice in the federal and state
courts Laud titles examined.
W. F. DENOTSTT
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Cigars smoking and chewing
tobacco Fancy candies
cakes and crackers t
Full line tin ware crockery. Etc '
3& MADE NEW. -S
Aud General Repairer is now reedy
to repair nnrf upholster fnnytnre
Levee and lltb. streets.
I aiujprepnred to make suits
and clean Clothes
on short notice. Work
DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICEES.
Congressman llth. district. . .R.Kleberi
-tate Senator 127th district
D. McNiel Turnt-
Representatives I F W s.ihn"
85th. district ... "Wm. J. Russell
county Judge Thomas Carsoi
ounty Attorney E.K .Goodrich
County Clerk Joseph Webt
Sheriff .. Celedonio Garz.
Treasurer Aug. Celav;
Assessor Ezeqniel Cavazi
Collector Dainaso Lerm
Surveyor M. Hanson jr.
Hide Inspector. 4 Tomas Tijerim
ft-ecinctNo. 1 Atenojenes Oribe
Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya
Precinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond
Frecinct No. 4 .F. S. Chtmpion
Justice Peace Precinct No. 2
-. Valentin Gavito
Constable . Genaro Padron
County court meets for civil criminal
and probate business ou the third Mon-
iays in March June September and De-
cember. CITY OFFICERS.
ilayor Thomas Carson
Chief of Police .L. H. Bates
T.-easurer Geo. M. Putegnat
Secretary Frank 'Chsmpion
ttoruey W.. J. Russell
Surveyor S. W Brooks
Assessor and Collector R Valdez
O. S. DISTRICT COURr.
Che icMowing are the oHicers of and
tie 'uues anl places of holding coart for
the bouttwen District of Texas:
U. SJ District Judge Waller T. Bnrns
Attorney. Marc 3IcHniore
Citik G. Dart
MhjsIjcI Wm. Hanson
Galveston: Second Moiultv Jan-
uary and First .Moi-day in .Tuiw-
Houstnin Fourth Monday cf Fei-
unry and Sepr-moer.
Laredo: Thrid Mondav of A-pro1 and
Second Monday of .November.
ille: Second MoHifey of May
Camerc Countv : J?"irst 5Sondav in
tember aad May continue mi session
Hidalpo County: Fourth Monday af-
ter the First Monday in February and
September and may coaiiuueJn sion
Stair County: Sixth Monday after
the First Monday in Febru;j- and Sep-
tember ami may continue n session
Duval Csunty: Eiphth Mmduy arttv
the First Monday in Febrmtrj iUidSep-j
tenibsr and may continue iueesioutwoi
Nueces Countv: Tenth Moawiav after
tho First Monday in February -and may
continue in session eight wets and
'T'euth Monday . after Fitsst Mcnday in
September-Bud may continue in session
a. s. custom iioose.
C. H. Maris. Osllector
A. Thornham Special Deputy
A. A. Browne Chawf Cierk
R. B. antfro Jr Eatry Clerk
Postmaster J. B.Sharpe
Chief Clerk H. G. Krauso
Registry Cle-k E. S. DsBpfeerty
Miguel Earragsa Consul
P. MerriHGriffitk Consul
Rio Graiuie Lodge No. 81 A. F. & A.
M- nieflte om. the iirst and third Tae-
chiys of each month at 7.80 p. m. atl
the Masonic HaU on Levee Street.
J L PateguatFiriCEKfi: WM
E.K. Goodrich S.V.
Jesse U. wneeier .J u .
Y. Xi.. 1UUD jt & c uw j
R. H. Wallis Treasurer
M. Y. Doiniuguez liter
Lndwig Dreyfus S. .
J. F. Bollack J.u.
ksiouts or honor.
BrownsvilJe Lodge No. 373) K. of II.
laeets on the second and- fourth Tues-
days of each month at 7.30 p. ia ;it it-
hidi on Elizabeth Street.
Jesse O. Wheeler 'Kctator
CeledonioGarza ice uict.itor i
.Tno. I. Elfi!- r
F. E Siartk.Jr.
Aaron Turk . . . Treasurer
W R Airsti-n . Kli.a.ai-li.1 Re Dorter I
F. Ri'vadulla Reporter
WOODMSX ( F THE Wiir.LW
Lcacia Camp o. v . t:i'-
the i.cend !..: t'jurth Thiirfe-lav- u 1
ih motith. a 7 ""O p i.i.. at the Wc-..1.-!
man Hail n T :.:h Stu i
The Lamp of
una lamp mat doesax tiare np or smote or cauaa von
to use baa language ; the lamp that looks good when
you get it and stays good ; the lamp that you never will-
ingly part with once you hare it ; that's
'Cbe JNTew Rochester
Other lamps may be offered you as "Just as good
they may be In some respects but for all around good-
ness there's only one. UTie Aeta Bochestcr. To mato
cure the lamp offered you is genuine look for the name
on it; every lamp ha3 it. QUO Varieties.)
Old Lamps Made Now.
"We can fill ererv lanrn want. No matter whether you
want a new lamp or stove an
isnea avase mounted or otnermaite or lamp mnsiorm-
ed into a New Rochester vre can do it. Let us
Eena you literature on the Eumecu
Wc arc SPECIALISTS in the treatment ol diseases
Lamps. Consultation FREE.
THE ROCHESTER LAMP
Tiny Gems Manufactured By sin
Philadelphia Record. i
'That is my diamond incubator." Mexico City Jan. 3. The recent
said the jeweler as he pointed to a advance in the price of wheat has
class jar that was set on a high caused bakers here to diminish the
shelf. "We hatch out diamonds sir-of their loaves while still charg-
therc real diamonds pure din-' tne ""cpricf and this has been
monds the kind that will cut "lass " thox noortr classes. The
and scratch steel. Ho laid .on the Government is determined that the
counter piece of black velvet wh!U ri."S which has been mor.o-
hereon sparkled and flashed Hk Hjzing the grain hal! be dealt a
dewdrops a handful of boautful but vcrw blow and so thv. recent de-
tiny brilliants a handful of perfrct cro tnkiuS ff the duties on wnt-.it
diamonds each no biger than tbe waissuetl aud the railways induc-
head f a pin. w' to reduce rates from the border
"I'll t.-U you how yi cm tKiko po th:lt wl)eat could reach here
thes- tbinj'.s voursdf." said the cheaply in order to hit monopoM.-tiu
jeweler. "You put in n jar an equal
weight of c;.rion snlpbide .-ucd ..f
phosphorus being sure that bnii f
thcsjyiibtatvs ar its puio s .-
sibl. Fill ihc jar then with witter.
The water will lbmi on top of the
jar and will prevent the slphid-
from tuniiag to vajwr nnd itching
fire. Plaeeili : jar an a quit phue.
atuNv.- it lori;r ix month-
Durijig tiwt sp.i. r . f i.t!t- the su!-
p;lur tj t. s. !.; v 1' combint-
' ' 1
and relea.-e the t.-rl..;. uiiich will
falitoth- !...... .f the jar and
Follow ti"e diriftions tind vou.
like ie ciii cmduct a diamond
farm upon yuir uianteipiece."
PROF. L(KEXZ"S GRE.T WORK
At : an i xteii'led tour of the1
wes U d u ri ng which Prof e?s r Loren z
thf i.Hi.'H.-. Austrian suru-oii jier-'
form''! many su.-?r.-ful operations
on tin' children the p-ir and
r.i I'. !;:'.- I'l.-n c.nlmuinir lo.s great
work in the eastern citk's ui Balti-
more Waslrington and Phila-
d !phia. In public i-iinies L.s oper-
utions on charity patients have re-
pi m: '-!! ih-monst rated his wonder-
lul jiowers. si. -taming in.- onteu-
tion that modern surj- ry ig little
an the art of jchery."
A Lorenz hospital is to be found-
.d in Chicago with the help i Mi
irmir whose daughter wa- th-
br.t tated hy the Aii-trian in tin-
country. It will be in cluiruv oi.Di.
Loren z's a.-sistant. Dr. Mueller.
MS ItH'L'ri ODD CEIMXii.
The oddest ceiling in Kan-as '
City. lhat n t'eyan. .r R..
"smoke housed It is composed en -;
tirlv of ciiar box lal.-!..
20iX) of them no two alike and t!.e
inr f thpm remiirrd n nw-ftv
and arti-tic i u'i t : ; v. h:
rill discourage an imitation
( tn.ie soon.
It re uiireil one man thre.- v. t k.- '
. ' .
W"r.::vg at ni:it to ;i --te tu i
t!. .Iir.g. lv c n: Id on.v i r-; ..r
land jmt up eight at one time and
tae tak wa-a iabor;onsnn.
old one repaired or refln- -
00. 3SPMkFlMe 455 BareUyS..Kew Tort.
BLOW AT .MONOPOLY.
j Mexican Government Tal
. Wheat Duty to Break V.
Ring anil Bakers' Trust.
baker.- alleged to he infiatMKeil by
Tlie city guvernmeitt proposes to
tabhsh iniiiiicijial bakeiit-.-. and
hrt':ul ilt cost to the p..nr. The
I"'bcy of the Government i l-
Un'-& P irtonopolies that raiPe
tiu c1 ()f ivilP u tU! 'a.-.-.-..
!ui ing the pat year eight m-w
i' --bavc lH.-en e.stablishi d in the
"inrior of this country amUb are
''n" :l 0'H' businos. Banking
i ... r i . i
!iiS become one of the most lucra-
llVi' business in this country and
11 na"' oeen uemonstratwl that under
tin- o!l svstem of few batiks and a
P'cal mor...... business peojde
have differed frm lack of adequate
TOPSY TO BE HANGED.
;mou "Baby Elephant'" lias
Become a Man Killer.
X-v York Jan. o.Topsy the
p t of thousands of children when
:i famous "bahv eienhanf'she
:iTt lfurel this country with Adam
For. jiaughs circus twenty years
au. to le hangid at Luna Parkv
t:i. v I -land. The former jx-t has
hceoii.c a man-killer and her
ov. ner- i.ave divided that she imiat
1. -y has killed four men -in.e
!:: niusnt a lew vears auo.
.1 ! i n W biting the only man whog further and reach down lower
Cil!1 l0ntni Topty left the employ j
of her owner-recently and no onej
cm ie io:i!x. wiin ill undertake to
care for her. A noj-e of two-inch
manila rope v. ill be employed to!
kill her. ' !
! Si n.itor Lie's -ma!!
1 : . - 1.'. to :l I:.
r . . -r
e iri -arnu.-elts L"j
.' -.h:- i :r.ipre-- u v. i'I
fd!:::iiiv of his possition. One v.izt
hi- ui. wrkc hi:.i and whirnerei:
: !.;-T" :i!-
!. ' -'Y. H ...
" - T ' : t
irgjars .n t
t b" ;.'ji-ti!'
ii .r. -.s.'i :.-r i.u.-f-at.d.
may oe a tew in the ennte :'tt m
the house . do; the idea sim
FLEEING FROM PLAGttJ'1
People of Maiuilan Panic stricken.
Disease Abates in Yirulenco.
Mazathin Mi x . Jan. :'. Uiere
s some abatement iti thi- virulence
t the plague and hardly half of
the ( people attackinl are dying.
There were seven death- today. The
lopie still continue to il-c from
the city and this may spread the
di.-raso in neighboring towns where
the refugees have found new homes.
For the present physicians say
it is not safe to rely on any tem-
porary diminution in the violence
of the disease as epidemics vary
day to day and are influenced
l.irgi-ly by weather.
So many police have been taken
ill that tfie prisoners in the town
jail have boen confined to the care
of the soldiers of the Eleventh Bat-
talion. The poor people are averse
to making known eases of plague
and the authorities found in the
kitchen of one house the body or a
man who had died of the plague
buried under a floor. The authori-
ties urge the people not to conceal
ca.- s .if illness.
0ving to a strike among tl.c
butchers there is a scarcity of meat.
If my friends have alabaster boxes
full of perfumes of sympa'y
ami affect ions which they intend
Jo break over my dead body I
would rather they would bring their
out in my weary days and open
them that I may be refreshed ai .'
cheered by them while I need tlien.-
I would rather have a bare coffin
without a ilouer and a funeral
without a eulogy than life uithout
the sweetest of love and sympathy.
Let us learn to anoint our friend
beforehand for burial. Postmortem
kindnesses do not cheer the burden-
ed spirit. Flowers on th? coffin
cast no fragrance oer the weary
days of our lives. Ram s Horn
PLAY BY ALFRED AUSTIN.
Alfred Austin the poet laureate
of England has written a play for
Beerlmhin Tret? the theme of which
is the battle of Flodden Field.
THE DEAR OLD MOTHER.
j Time has scattered the snowy
j flakes on her brow plowed deep
furrdWs in her cheek but i.- she not
sweet ami beautiful now? The lips
which have kissed many a hot teax
from the childish cheek are the
sweetest lips in all the world.
The pye is dim yet it o .- with
the rapt radiance of a holy low
which can never fade.
Oh. y- -he is a dear old n other.
Her .-and- of time are nearly run
out but feeble as she is the' will
for you than any other on earth.
Y'ou cannot walk into midnight
v here she cannot see you: you ean-
not enter a prison whose bars shall
keep her out: you can never mount
a .-c.ilToM too high for her t- reach
that she may kiss and bless you.
In .evidence of her deathle- love
. hen th- .rid sb sli.' d and
forsake you v. hen it Ieav-- vu by
iho way-ide to die unnotic- i Uie
dear old motlicr will 'gather yu np
i:. her . : . -..is carry yy.x botnc
i ! ' !l f 11 -our virtn-s i.n-
yo-i uln. . rget thit y-ii: soul
i- d f i -r . . r 1 vices.
ijtv. h?r tenderlv and
F. Champion A L
A. Turk Baaer
declining vcars n!th holy d
'hii !en P..ikfi v.
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