Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 12, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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BEOWNSV1LLE TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12. 1902.
CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 189.3 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISH KI HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS
J"AMES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Second Floor Rio Grande Railroad
SC. II. GOODRICH. E. K. GOODRICH
E. H. GOODRICH & SON.
Attorneys at Law.
Dealers in Real Estate.
Complete Abstracts of Cameron County
kept in the office.
Office Opposite Miller's Hotel.
nU'.. Un.rn. From 8 to i2 a. m.
from i to 5 p. m.
F. W. KIRKHAM
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to tlie diseases of
the Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Of-
fice in Tilghman Building (up stairs
Thirteenth street. Brownsville Texas.
Pit. L F LAYTON.
Physician and urgeon
Dilice: Parker Row Oomor 12th.
and Washington street (up
stairs.) Entrance Washington
BROWNSVILLE : : : :. TEXAS
DO NOT FAIL TO
Do not go through life suffering
because 3011 have been told that your
disease is incurable. I can prove
that my knowledge of Physic Science
and Alkloidal Dosimetric Medication
will be a boon to yon. If I cannot
cure you I can at least relievo your
sufferings and make life a little
sweeter to you. My reputation is
based upon my success. I will visit
any partof the county day or night to
attend the sick. Consultation confi-
dential. Calls left at the Botica del
Leon will be promptly answered.
C. C. FORD IYI. D.
Office: Schodtz Building Cor. Wash-
ington and 11th. streets.
g Jellies and Joins.
& Qatmeal and Rice
rs Hin'ttrae Hams.
Nutmegs and Spice.
8 WIACi;eret and Macaroni.
jn good oods for the money.
Qnions if you please.
8 V ermielll Canned Frnit.
o Everything that's nice.'
Never Fails to Suit.
'Save Money by buying at
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ON ELIZABETH STREET
DISTRICT AXD COUNTY OFFICERS.
Congressman 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg
-Ull OUIlcllUr .41111 UlhLriUL
D. McNiel Turner
Representatives ( F W Seaburv
85th. district . . . ) Wm. J. Russell
bounty Judge Thomas Carson
County Attorney E.K .Goodrich
County Clerk Joseph Webb
Sheriff Celedonio Garza
Treasurer Aug. Celaya
Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos
Collector Dairiaso Lerma
Surveyor MHanson jr.
Eide 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
and probate business on the first Mon-
days in March June September and De
Mayor. Thomas Carson
Chief of Police .-. .L. H. Bates
Treasurer Geo. M. Putegnat
Secretary Frank Champion
Sarveyor S. W Brooks
Assessor and Collector S Valdez
U. S. DISTRICT COURT.
Che following are the officers of and
the times and places of holding court for
the Western District of Texas :
U S. District Judge T. S. Maxey
Attorney Henry Terrell
Cleik D. H. Hart
Marshal Geo. L. Siebrecht
Court convenes in San Antonio on the
first Mondays in May and November
In Austin on the first Mondays in Feb
ruary and July.
in Brownsville on the first Monday in
January and second Monday in June.
In El Paso on the first Mondays in
April and October.
Cameron County : First Monday in
February and First Monday in Sep-
tember and May continue in session
Hidalgo County : Fourth Monday af-
ter the First Monday in February and
September and may continue in session
Starr County: Sixth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep-
tember and may continue in session
Duval County : Eighth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep-
tember and may continue in session two
Nueces County : Tenth Monday after
the First Monday in February and may
continue in session eight weeks and
'T'enth Monday after First Monday in
September and may continue in session
U. S. CUSTOM HOUSE.
C. H. Maris Collector
A. Thornham Special Deputy
. A. Browne Chief Clerk
R. B. Rentfro Jr Entry Clerk
Postmaster J. B. Sharpe
Chief Clerk H. G. Krause
Registry Clek E. S. Dougherty
Miguel Barrajran Consu
P. Merrill Griffith Consul
Sunlight per bbl ". . .11 00
High Patent per bbl 11 50
0 0 0 0 . .' 12 00
White Eagle 12 00
Second v S00
OurGom ; 8 00
Old Hickory 7 60
Compound Fairbank's by tho
tierce per lb l84o
I In Cans per lb lSc
Mexican Peaberrv lb 25c
Rio Coffee lb. . 16& to 10c
According to class.
Q I If AD
uuunn. i been offered were almost ready
Standard Granulated 13 1-2 1 - . . ti(OM nQ ot. iu
White Sugar lb. . 11 1-2 to 12 Kror Lipiuent when thet.toim broke.
Brown Sugar per lb 9s For three days it raged with the
fiCfc. I thermometer 126 in the shade and
8 1-2 cents Mexican per pound. j when it was over every bit of veg-
GRAGKERS. jemtinn had beeu destroyed.
Soda per pound 13c .
Nic-Nac per pound loci
Box. 12 lbs. per pound $1 60 t
I have other bargains to numerous
Celaya Building Elizabeth St.
AFTER THE NAVAL CLIQUE.
Secretary Moody Intent on sending
Them to Se.
Washington July 8. Mr. Moody
the secretary of the navy' is mak-
ing a determiued'effort tn break up
the combine that has dictated meas-
ures and policies in the navy de-
partment fot a number of years
and which reached tlie acme of its
influence in tlie Sampson-Schley
controvert'. Ever since Mr. Moody
assumed the duties of his position
he has been quietly making assign-
ments which have been calculated
to take a number of the principal
trouble makers of the department
out of fat berths iu Washington
and at the different naval posts people tuat he ghnU Ko from the
and put them into active service. Uourt of yL Jiimes to the Presi-
He issued a Iettei today that prom- dential chair and 1 wish he may
ises to cause another shaking up ' get.there."
in the department. He has asked! e
each officer of the navy now on! A TACTFUL KING
shore duty if he does not think it
it would be better for the service King Edward has beeu censured
if he were to go to sea and also' if 'for mabinK fritM1(Ks of ver-v rlih
some civilian could not perform men of the newh -arrived phito-
shore duty iust as well as a naval .
officer. As soon as he sets the i
answers to these letters Mr. Moody
will carry tout his policy of
duty. It is also understood that
he proposes to reduce the pay of
officers who prefer shore duty
placing them on what is known as
"waiting orders." Post.
A MILLION LOST.
San Francisco Cali. July 8.
A sand storm has caused damage
estimated of $1000000 in the Iudio
valley on the Southern Pacific rail-
road in the Colorado desert. An
artificial onsis of 900 acres had been
made by digging artesian wells and
plauted in melons. Judging by
last year when only 60 acres- were
iu cultivation profit of more than
$1000 an acre would have been
made. Three hundred carloads of
i melons tor which $1200 a car had
Washington D. C. Attorney
. General Knox himself besides
Special Assistant ' Attorney Gener-
m uuaries v. ltusseu ana senator
Spooner will go to France to in-
vestignte the title to the canal.
CIIOATE FOR PRESIDENT.
Don Dielcin-Hu Predicts He Will
London July 8. Speaking at
the annual dinner of the Hard wick
Society ni-wght Don M. Dickin-
son ot Detroit who was counsel
for the United States before the
Interna' imal High Commission on
the Bering Sea claims in 1S97 re-
ferred to Joseph .H. Chnafce the
United States Ambassador as a
possible candidate for the Presi-
dency of tab United Slates.
"Mr ChoWe does not bflong"
said Mr. LMclSnson "to my party
or my Government but it is very
near the hearts of the American
Kr"1 u" 111 UIbK uuufru ure
taking the pla once occupied by
the old aristc
acv ot birth. Uut
' l. 1 w.
IL U1 ut
uite as gracious to
ce. The very tactful
monaju nas seen mat tne woria
ha changed and he would enlist
all meu of positive force and en-
deavor in the army which while
carrying no weapons is fighting
the battle of a higher civilization.
His trends among the wealthy have
aided his plans for the giving oi
healthy homes to the poor and
providing .hospitals and asylums
for the humble members of the
hosts of labor. It is a wise king
who notes the changing aspects of
the times aud adapts himself to
them. Thus he strengthens the
great throne which he occupies
and desires naturally to transmit
to his heirs. The Loudon Spectator
makes this sensible observation :
"The king often' is accused in
popular talk of being too gracious
to nouveaux riches. We are not
iu the least disposed to deny that
many millionaires want much snub-
bing but we can as reasonable
politicians understand the king
thinking that the accumulation of
new wealth is in a country which
enlarges its population yearty a
benefit to the people and that to
draw new millionaires within the
ancient system is to give that
Since his accession to the thron
jing Elward has shown that he was
in earnest when he said that if he
could not be his mother yet "he
would play the game rightly. Ab
prince of Wales he filled a difficolt
and frying post with credit. He
abstained from taking any sides in
politics and today no mau knows
w I) e t li e r the king's mind
inclines to the liberals or the
conservatives. He. was as kind and
just to Gladstone as he was cordial
to B e a c o u s fi e 1 d." Mexican
QUEEN VICTORIA'S HUSBAND
King oiEnglaud for Twenty Year?
and No One Knew It.
Writing of Prince Albert in an
article in the Century on "The
Royal Family of England" Prof.
0'ar Browning savs :
From the first the Prince identi-
fied himself with the Queen in all
her labors. They had one mind
and one soul. Rising every morn-
ing with the dawn the Prince went
into his workroom where their two
tables stood side by side and read
all their correspondence arranging
everything for the Queen's con-
venience when she should arrive!
He knew all her thoughts and as-
sisted all her actions yet so ad
droit and self-sacrificing was his
conduct that all the merit and pop-
ularity came to her. The people
had no idea that he interfered with
public affairs yet had they re-
flected they must have known
that it was inevitable. Once during-
tho Crimean war when the notion
tint abroad that the Prince had in-
tervened there were talks of treas-
on and of sending him to the Tow-
er; yet ou the day of the Prince's
death on that cold ice-bound Sat-
urday Charles Kiogsley said to
the present writer: "He was King
of England for twenty years and
no one knew it."
ONE-CENT STORES. '
They Have Become a Recoguized
Institution in New York
When the five and ten cent stores
were established and proved a suc-
cess it was supposed that the lowest
limit had been reached. But the
one cent store has in the past few
mouths became an established
institution in New York. Unlike
the five aud ten cent stores these
appeal to both sexes but only to
those of very tender ages. The
little schoolboys and girls are the
chief patrons of the ope cent stores
aud they are established in local-
ities as near public echools as pos-
sible. It might surprise the average
person to see the variety of useful
and ornamental articles that can be
sold for a cent. The counters and
windows of the one cent stores are
literally packed with goods of every
conceivable variety and when
neatly spread out they make a
rather tempting display.
WORRIED OVER CHOLERA.
Washington. The WarDepartr
merit officials are more concerned
over cholera in the Philippines
than in the campaign soon to be
waged against the Moros.
Slow Are Your Xldaeys Y
r floWts' Sparssrns Pills care all tiinej 1U--o'ree
& SterliDK Remedr Co Chicago or
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