The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 30, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY HERALD.
(U. S. Currency.)
One month - 50
Three months 1.50
Six months 3.00
One year 5.00
" THURSDAY. JULY 30. 1903.
Furniture at H. Grunewald's. '
The Manteo hatj not been sighted
05 Brazos up to 2:30 p. m.
Work will soon begin at the
Brownsville end of the Lott rail-
road. Tfi Manteo. "will sail for Galves-
"w " j
.. Gfitnrdav morninc early. Con-
- w .
necting train with passengers will
leave here 5 p. m. Friday.
n?d the news of work on the St.
L.. B. & M. road in the Herald's
special this afternoon uin is nying
Does walking and standing oh
vour feet make you tired? For
tired feet and leg ache get a pair of
Keeler's Instep-Support. Walking
on hard pavements or floors causes
the.instep to fall. Keelers Instep-
Support gives immediate relief.
Ladies and gentlemen's sizes.
A memorial meeting will be held
in iMatamoros this evening by the
Caballeros de Honor lodge of that
city in .honor of the late Fermin
Ch'apa who was a membor of this
Hamilton-Brown shoes all styles
and John B. Stetson hats at
There are some prisoners held in
Matamoros that are wanted on this
side of the Rio Bravo and Browns-
ville has one or more that the Mex-
ican authorities' arc after but the
cases have gotten so tangled up in
the red tape of extradition proceed-
ings that the transfer of prisoners
seems likely to he indefinitely
delayed. It is not likely that either
city wants to keep and feed fugiti-
ves from justice from the other or
to harbor dangerous criminals. It
might be well for the authorities
from both sides to hold a general
conference and endeavor to effect an
exchange of prisoners.
For Men's summer suits dress
shirts President suspender and
Boston garter call at II. Grune-
wald's opposite the market.
II. Grunewald proprietor of the
popula gentlemen's furnishing
goods store has returned from an
extended trip- in the East. He
visited Chicago Buffalo Tronto
and Montreal Boston New York
and other cities. He says that the
people in all places that he visited
eem to be enjoying fair prosperity
and all appeared contented with
present conditions. The weather
however was too warm for him so
he came back to the southland
where the soft Gulf breeze blows a
continuous lullaby redolent with
the perfume of jasmines and roses.
Mr. Alejandro Garza from the
Tordilla ranch was in town a coup-
le of days last week and paid The
Advance a pleasant and profitable
visit. Mr. Garza reports the c h-
try in fine condition a? cotton
crops flourishing. The shs rp-shoot-ers
have done some damage but
the loss will not be serious. Had
there been a little more enterprise
among the planters the "First Bale"
would have been sent up from that
section two weeks ago as plenty of
otton was open the 20th of last
month. Hidalgo Advance.
Ie cream pineapple crystal and
'.eiEonade of best qualities can be
had at reasonable prices at the ice
ream parlor on Elizabeth street
adjoining Mrs. Bollack's eTery day
fr-ni 4: 30 to l'h 30 p. m.
John Hoyt and his little grandson
are visiting the seaside.
Mr. Ernest Markham left this
morning to meet Dr. Kirkham in
New Orleans. They will return
about Sept. 1.
E. H. Goodrich and family
returned to the Point last evening
having spent the day in town. Mr.
Goodrich and son came up again
Sheriff Closner of Hidalgo went
to the Point last evening and re
turned to the city this morning
with his daughter Miss Mamie and
sisters-in-law the Misses Doughert'.
Mrs. C. B. San Roman and niece
Miss Marie Browne A. A. Browne :
Esq. and children left last evening
for the Sajado ranch to spend some
time. They went via Point Isabel j
W. A. Neale A. Samraons Gus
Celaya Benj. Kowalski and son.1
Prof. Barbour Wilbur Dennett!
Judge and Mrs. Wells and child 1
Misse3 Hicks and Irene Putegnat
were among the arrivals from the
coast this morning.
Sheriff E. C. Seale of Karnes
county left on yesterday's stage en ;
route home after spending a few
days here. Sheriff Seale left with
out the prisoner for whom he came i
some hitch having occurred in the
extradition proceedings at the last
Gus. Celaya W. A. Neale Albert
Sammons Judge Wells Dr. Bell
Prof. Barbour Sam Holland D.
Lerma and son John Alamia F.
B. Garriga Mastere Frank Riva-
dulla Joe Celaya and G. Fernan-
dez Miss Katie Hicks and Mrs.
Clearwater were among the pas-
sengers to the Point last evening.
Mrs. L. A. Portmess and niece
Miss AlieiTTerrell ofTerrell Texas
arrived by last evening's stage
and will spend some time here. Mrs.
Portmess was formerlv a resident
of Brownsville and her many old j
friends are heartily glad to see her
again. Miss Terrell also visited her
aunt here some years ago and made
numerous friends. Miss Julia Silva
a young Spanish girl brought up
bjr Mrs. Potmess accompanies her
George Federolf left this morning
bv stage on his return to San An
tonio having spent a few days
looking after his landed interests
hQre. Mr. Federolf is enthusiastic
about tho prospects of this (section
and we should not be surprised to
see him move down here to make
his home. lie has been keeping
his eye on this section for a long
while having been a subscriber to
The Herald for the past eight
years and during that time has
made several wise -investments in
land near Brownsville.
Charles Peterson of Rock Island
immigration agent for the Sap has
just returned from a trip to
Brpwnsvillo and reports the out-
look for that section and all of the
country including this section to
be on the eve of a great awakening
and development. He says that the
opening of 7000000 acres of land
to pettlement as a result of the
building of two lines of railroad to
Brownsville means a rush as great
almost as the rush for lands'during
the Oklahoma boom only that the
class of settlers will be of a much
more desirable class. He says that
both lines of road will be built and
that he looks for the Guadalupe
Vallev mad to be included in the
building in the course of time.
Advertisement placed in this column
at 5 cents per line first insertion; sub-
sequent insertions 4 cents until sir
insertions ami 3 cents per line afterward.
WANTED YOUNGMEN to prepare
for Government Positions. Fine Open-
ings in all Departments. Good Salaries.
Rapid Promotions. Examinations soon.
Inter-State Cor. Inst. Cedar Rapids
la. 7 1 2 ms.
Lost. A case with gold rimmed
spectacles. Lost on Elizabeth street.
Finder will please leave at The
Herald oflice and get reward
CARPENTER. R. L. Gutierrez
Carpenter will work by the day or
takesmall contracts. Address care
of J. W. Hoyt. 711 ms.
A small' package of hardware
from the Peden Iron and Steel
company is unclaimed at the ofiice
of the steamships company. The
only mark on the package is the
name of E. O. Flood of Galveston.
The person for whom it is intended
can have same by calling for it.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Office of St. Louis Brownsville &
Mexico Ry. Co. Corpus Christi
Texas. Notice is hereby given that
a special stockholders' meeting is
called for Sept. 22 1903 at the
temporary offices of this company
at Corpus Christi Texas for the
purpose of authorizing an increase
'of capital stock to a total of Three
Million Eight Hundred and Fifty
Thousand ($3S50000) Dollars.
Also for the purpose of authorizing
th board of directors to file an
amendment or amendments to its
present charter providing for the
extension of its main line from a
point at or near Sinton in San
Patricio county through Refugio
Victoria Calhoun Jackson Whar
ton Matagorda Brazorio and Fort
Bend counties to the city of Hous-
ton in Harris county; with a
branch from said extended main
line from a point not more than six
miles distant from Chenango in
Brazorio county to the city of Gal-
veston in Galveston county. Also
for a branch from its present main
line at Kingsville in Nueces county
southwest through Hidalgo county
to a point sixty miles distant there-
from in Starr county.
Attest: URIAH LO IT
a o a
We need at once a few more Tea-
chers for Fall schools. Good posi-
tions are being filled daily by us.
We are receiving more calls this
year than ever before. Schools and
colleges supplied with Teachers free
of cost. Enclose stamp for reply.
American Teachers' Association.
J. L. Graham LL. D. Manager.
152-154 Randolph Building
NEXT TO GARRISON WALL.
K. H. GOODRICH. 2. K. GOODRICH
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
He has full line samples
Decorative Wall Paper.
Attorneys at Law.
Dealers in Real Estate.
Prices from 5 cents per
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Complete Abstracts of Cameron County
kept in the office.
BROWSS- M.K. TEXAf
j GENERAL MERCHANDISE
i Brownsville - - -Texas.
E. E. SCOTT.
" Sax Antonio Texas.
FEEXCH BUILDING 3IAIN PLAZA.
TIIYSICIAN AND SUHGEON.
Offers his services to the people of
I Brownsville and vicinitv.
Will practice in the federal ana state t
courts Laud titles examined. Ulnce anit residence in Jcnoais
Dl'S. KIRKHAM AND HARRISON
I'HYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Special attention to the diseases of
the Eye Earr Nose and Throat. Of-
fino in Tilghman Bnildiug (up stairs)
Thirteenth street. Brownsville Texas.
Cor. Washington & 11th. sts.
" AMES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Second Floor Rio Grande Rullrosd
The Thomas School.
A SELECT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS WEST END SAN ANTONIO TEXA3.
Superior advantages. Thoroughly competent literary teachers. Voice teacher
Pupil of Madame Marchesi Paris France. Leading Piano teacherf rom tho Royal
Academy of Music London England . Stringed Instruments teacher from the
Leipsic Conservatory. Art teacher from the National Academy of Design. New
York. Elocution and Physical Culture teacher Pupil of C. H. Clark New York.
Busintss department teacher Graduate of a leading Commercial College
Large cobl and comfortable rooms. Excellent health conditions. Physician
was cilled in only twice during the past schoo year.
Hoard 'luition and Laundering for the school year JfJJO.
"Write for catalogue.
A. A. Thomas A. 11. President.
A solemn high mass of requiem
ior the late lamented Pope Leo XIII
was celebrated at the Catholic
church in this city day before yes-
Tt was a most solemn and
impressive ceremony and was at-
tended very largely.
For Sals: V second hand piano
in good condition. Can be seen at
F. Yturria's store. For particulars
and price call on we at the residence
of Mrs. Best. Mrs. L. Michel.
After quarreling over the respec-
tive strength of a hor?e and a mule
two farmers at Segovia Spain de
cided to settle the mater by a tugof
war. The animals were harnessed
one at each end of a cart. After a
I'desperate struggle the mule trium
phed pulling the horse off its legs
and galloping away with it.
RESTAURANT. The New York
rftnnrant is now ODen to the nub
lie on Elizabeth street adjoining
the J. S.& M. H. Cross store.
John Barrouzet Proprietor.
i FOR SALE. A McCormack rice
bin '.er been in use but very little
and as good as new. For partic-
ulars apply at Herald office.
Solicits von tit Iniv your Drmrs. Toilet articles j
l)nir Snndri-s Combs I'oiirh Hair and Nnil i
brush atid thiiij jn h lin- too numerous to
mention. A fall line nT stationery Htid L iwiiev's 31
candies. Onr good will suit the economic! bnvrU
and the goods will he of th nest qunlity. Our
prescription department is in charge of u rois
tered plinrmiicist nnd prescriptions receive his per-gj!
FOLLOW THE FLAG
To New York Boston Buffalo Niagara Falls Detroit
Chicago anil all Eastern and Canadian citios.
The shortest and only line from Kansas City or St
Louis running over its own tracks to Niagara FalJs or
Buffalo. Time and equipment unoxcelled.
7:50 p m
4:05 a in
Arriving New York 3: 15 p in
Arriving Boston 5 :20 p m
TJnequaled St. Louis and Chicago Service.
Arriving Bulla I o
8:30 p m
9:40 a ro
0:55 p m
9:05 p in
7:30 a m
Arrive Chicago o:20 p m
5 Honrs The quickest Time from Kansas Cityto New York
Leave Kansas City
Arrive Niagara Falls
Arrive New York
10:00 a m
6:50 p m
0:15 p m
1 1 :25 p in
11 -32 pm
7:50 p n
7:30 a m
7 ua p m
S;n3 n m
7:00 pm 7:50 j n: 4.A"am
3:00am 7:00am 8:30pm
9:50 am 10:10 am 5:20 pm
Kansas City and St. Louis to St Paul and Minneapolis.
Leaving St. Louis 2:10 p m 1 :30 n m Lv St.Panl 7:10 p.m.
Leaving Kansas oity ':-" i n i - p.m.
Arriving in Minneapolis S:10an G.iO p n Ar.St.Ixs 2:' p m
Arriving in St. Paul S:30 a m 7:20 pm
Stop over allowed on all tirke via Niacara Falls. Meals sexved 12 W thasb
Palace Dining Cars.
nf irr1nnVI ttmp rfi savfd hv imwlinIpf tic l-ot s'yIr -h tA
! Consult ticket agents of connecting lines or address.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 30, 1903, newspaper, July 30, 1903; Brownsville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144262/m1/3/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .