Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 124, Ed. 1, Monday, July 21, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY; HERALD.
MONDAY JULY 21 1902.
A light shower . fell here this
morning but not euongb water to
settle the dast.
The schooner Beachara arrived
off Brazos Santiago from New Or-
leans at z p. xn. today.
The steamship Manteo sailed
from Galveston Tor Point Isabel
last evening and will probably be
inside the bar tomorrow morning.
The. twoi engines at the Villa
Nueva pump honse are going night
and day and will continue to run
for some time. Engineer Rice is
one of the busiest men on the Rio
The Galveston and Houston pa-
pers have been a day late for two
day owing doubtless to delays
caused by work on the Texs Mex-
ican road between Corpus Christi
and Alice. The change from nar-
row to broad gauge on that line
was about completed Thursday
' tSome fine corn crops may be
seen growing along the lateral ca-
nal on the road to the pump house.
The tall stalks and thriving condi-
tion of the crop generally show the
benefits of irrigation. Not far from
these fields some sun-parched corn
wiich will not evsn yield a quarter
crjpp of nubbins show how badly
irrigation is needed.
A soldier in the post this mor-
ning while driving a wagon load-
ed with wood lost his balance aud
fell to the ground aud one ot the
wheels passed over one shoulder.
The collar bone aud shoulder blade
were broken and the shoulder bad-
ly bruised. His escape from more
serious injury was almost mirac-j
ulous. Dr. J. K. Combe post sur-
geon attended to the man's in-
juries and he is ftsting as well as
could be expected at present.
Two deserting soldiers from Fort
Ringgold were arrested at the fer-
ry here Saturday night shortly af-
ter dark by Ranger Puckett aud
another was arrested yesterday
morning by City Marshal Bates al-
so at the ferry. The officers were
on the lookout for these deserters
notification of their desertion hav-
ing been sent out several days ago.
The men come down to Matamoros
on Saturday's train and wore citi
zen'a clothes. They were turned
over to the military authorities at
Fort Brown. The"governmeut pays
$30 each for the arrest of deserters
from the army.
War between Russia aud Japan
is believed to be imminent unless
the former withdraws from Mau-
churia. Recorder Goff of New York-
created a sensation by denouncing
a womau as the murderer of her
husband after the jury had acquit-
Over sixty men were killed by a
mine explosion in Utah Wednes-
day. . A great fire at Guayaquil Ecua-
dor caused a loss of millions of
J. Pierpont Morgan will be giv-
en at dinner in the British House
FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS.
Mrs. Wixslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixtj years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
toothing with perfect success. I-
teethes the child softens the gums al
lays all pain; cures wind colic and it is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme-
diately. Sold by Druggists in everv
part of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
"Winslow's soothing Syrup" and take
no other kind.
PURELY PERSONAL Republican Convention.
Sheriff Closner returned to Hi-i The convention of Cameron coun-
dalgn by the morning tram j tv republicans was held Saturday
Miccl. Pncu ....i Rnnhm?ieveningatthe Red Club hall as
Champion went to the Point Sat
Mrs. Lon C. Hill and son Gor-
don who have been spending a
month in Brownsville where Mr.
Hill is interested in rice culture
returned Monday evening. Bee-
vi lie Bee.
Major F. J. Combe U. S. A. sur-
geon sailedjFriday the ISth. from
Manila en route home to visit his
relatives in Brownsville. A cable-
gram was received yesterday by
his brother Dr. J. K. Combe an-
nouncing his sailing.
Miss Annie Dear who has- been
teachiug in the public school here
the past session left last week for
Laredo to spend the vacation with
her mother and brother Arthur
Dear. Mrs. Dear and children are
now making their home in Laredo
where Arthur has a good position.
Jas. H. Edwards Esq will leave
by the Manteo for Galveston hav-
ing accepted a position as traveling
agent for Clarke & Courts the
stationary aud printing house of
Galveston. His territory will
cover Northern'Mexico. Mr. Ed
wards' family will remain here.
Dr. C. B. Combe accompanied
by his son u. t$. uombe jr. is
coming home on the Manteo this
trip from San Antonio where he
weut several months ago for the
benefit of his health. The doctor
comes home much improved in
general health and has also near
ly recovered from the effects of
the uccideut in which his hip
was injured by a fall in San An
tonio some time ago.
Texas Democrats' Platform.
The platform adopted by the
state democratic convention at Gal-
vestou includes the followiug
The Kansas City platform is en-
dorsed ; Texas senators and repre-
sentatives are commended for their
efforts in behalf of tariff reform
an isthmian canal electiou of sen-
ators by direct vote of the people
opposition of trusts aud monop-
olies and are urged to oppose the
branch banking system with asset
currency ; endorses Gov. Sayers'
administration j favors improve-
ment of public roads and employ-
ment of short-time convicts in such
work; favors re-enactment of uni-
form text-book law; demands gen-
erous support and extension of
educational and eleemosyuary in-
stitution an establishment of a
textile school in connection with
the A. & M. college; favors liberal
and broad policy towards capital
and corporations a well consider-
ed riparian law a constitutional
amendment authorizing state
banks a law prohibiting child labor
in factories and a law to prevent
the issuauce of free passes by rail-
way companies; endorses the move
to provide a Texas exhibit' at the
St. Louis exposition; denounce
nepotism; demands legislation reg-
ulating primary elections; sets
date for holding next primaries on
second Saturday iu July 1904; re-
commends remission of taxes of
Galveston for fifteen years to aid
in upbuilding that seaport.
In all ita stages.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cores catarrh and drives
away & cold in the head
Cream Balm is placed Into the nostrils spreadi
over the inembrantAnd ia absorbed. Belief is im-
mediate and a care follows. It is not drying does
not produce sneezing. .Large Size 60 cents at Drug-
gets or by mail ;rial Size 10 cent.
announced. Col. H. M. Field was
elected chairman of the meeting
and R. B. Rentfro secretary. Re-
solutions were adopted endorsing
J. C. Scott for cougress from this
The administratioue of President
Roosevelt was also endorsed the
actiou of Prio county democrats in
excluding Mexicans from the pri-
maries denounced; aud various
charges made against the author
ities of Cameron county.
The eommitte on resolutions
included the following r A. Thorn
ham W. P. Dennett VV.A. Neale
John Jay Smith G. S. Smith Y.
The following were selected as
delegates to the congressional con
vention at Ploresville July 28:
C. H. Maris Jesus Lopez Dama-
so Cantu E. Lassiter Macedonio
Garcia Jas. J. Elayoes 1. G. Lou
goria J. J. Smith J. B. McAIIen
Cludio Leal A. Ashheim W. B.
Linton H. M. Field Tomas Cor-
tez C. Olivera Julian Villarreal
John Champion aud Francisco Za
To the republican state and other
C. H. Maris J. E. Keller Bias
-Olvera E. Hiuojosa Donaciano
Perez Kodolfo Herrera J. B.
Sharpe Dr. G. S. Smith A. Lo-
zauo J. W. Hoyt J. F. Cantu E.
Lassiter T. Cortez J. Natns D.
Cortez N. de la Paz L. Arismen
dez P. Sayas J. J. Hayues and R.
n. iu. me i a was selected as
chairman of the executive commit
tee for the ensuing two years with
the followiug as members of the
said committee : L.J. Hynes W.
13. Linton T. Cortez C. Leal E.
erez J. A. Maltby aud D. Cantu.'
The Texas Volunteer guard holds
its encampment at Austin this week.
A piano factory frill be establish-
ed at Segain.
Business men of Hallettville are
offering a handsome premium for
the first bale of cotton marketed
there this season.
A doctor summoned to attend a
wounded man at Groveton Thurs-
day night was shot from ambush
and killed on the way.
Bandits who placed obstructions
on the track and attempted to rob
a train on the Rock Island a few
miles north of Fort Worth were
were driven off by the engineer and
fireman who fired several shots at
Between $12000 and $15000
was paid. at Tyler Wednesday for
Machinery has been purchased
for new cotiou mills at Weather-
ford. Chairman Wells has re-appointed
Jeff McLemore as secretary of
the democratic executive commitiee
and Frank W. Kibbe of Browns-
ville and Geo. D. Armiotead of
Dallas were named as his assistants.
Judge Wells received the entire
vote of 122 counties and the par-
tial vole of 7 other counties for
state chairman with a total of G18
5-G votes Judge Cockrell receiv-
ed the vote of 74 counties beside
the partial vote of the seven divid-
ed counties his total being 390 1-6.
President Roosevelt's visit to
Texas will be madJsome time in
Extensive experiments in tea
cnltme will be made near Lavaca
by the national agricultural depart-
Lightning struck n tarik owa!er
near. Kaufman and killed - every
fish in it. .
Body oT Harder With Poiir Bullet
The body of Pedro Solis a
sheplrt-rd. was found dtad last
Thumlny in i Iih lru..h on iIih Grnu-
jeno much ihiry miles frum unvn.
There is no clue in i lin perpetrators
of the murder. .Jnstiee of the
Peace Gavito was sent for Friday
afternoon and returned Saturday
having investigated th case but
could find nothing lo incriminate
anyone!" Solis was employed as a
herder by Antonio Vasquez.
The largest sum ever paid for a pre-
scription changed hands in San Fran
Cisco Aug. 29 1902. Tho transfer in
volved iu coin and stock 112500 an
was paid by a party of business men for
a specific for Bright's disease.
They commenced the serious investi-
gation of tlxe specific Nov. 15 1901
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits by putting
over the three dozen cases on the treat-
ment and watching them. They ?lso
got plrysicians to name chronic incur-
able cases and administered it with the
physicians for judges . Up to Aug. 25
eighty-seven per cent of the test cases
were either well or progressing favod
"There being but thirteen per cent of
failures the parties were satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceed
ings of the investigating committee and
the clinical reporcs of the test cases
were publisned r.ud will be mailed free
on application . Awress John J. Ful-
ton Company 420 Montgomery St. San
R. H. W A L L I S
Is introducing new and select styles
of work at his parlors. Also new style
fancy card mounts.
Copyiig and enlargements in crayon
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J. CHENEY & CO. Props. ToledoiO.
"We the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made by
"West & Tkuax "WholesakDruggists
Walding Kinxan & MARViil "Whole
sale Druggists Toledo O.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken mm;rnaiiy
and acts direrctly upon the bltjjd and
mucus surfaces of the system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
FRENCH BUILDING 3IAIN PLAZA.
Will practice in the federal and state
courts. Land titles examined.
t5c. 0c QmiiZ
genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk
Scwart of the dealer who tries to U
something vst as .good."
WT Vi till I I imiWIM AH
Composed of the Schooners Brazos
Beacham and Pierce Simpson.
mmm plying between m. '
NEW YORK -NEW ORLEANS. GALVESTON BRA-
Rates from Galveston to Brownsville 25 off old Morgan Line xates ;
rates New Orleans to Brownsville 20 off old Morgan Line rates.
3?or freight space and other information apply to
EJiflLE L. KO W&L&KIy New Orleans .
PRANK L. KIRK Galveston Texas Agents'
GEORGE MORE Agent' and General Manager
BROWNSVILLE - - . . - TEXAS
Experience Convfek ics.
Prova its valua by investing 10 cents in
trial size of Ely'3 Gream Balrn Druggists
supply it and wfc mail it- Ftulfii ze 50 cents.
ELY BROS. 56 WarrenSt. Ker Yorfc.
Clifton Arizona Jan. . 20 1899.
Messrs. Ely Eros. : Plesse si md mo a 50
cent bottle of Cream Balih. 3 find your
remedy the quickest andzao&t permanent
cure for catarrh and cold in the .head.
DellM.Pottee Gen.Mgr. Ariz-GoldST. Co.
Messrs. Ely Beos.: I have been afflicted
with catarrh for twenty years. It made me
so weak I thought I had. consumption. I
got one bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and in
three days tho discharge stopped. It is the
best medicine I have used for catarrh.
Proberta. CaL Eba-k E. KiKDiacspras.
Rio Grand Railroad.
On and after Jnne 14th. 1902
regular passenger trains wil
run as follows :
Leaves Brownsville (Daily) at op. m
Arrive Point Isabel at 6:15 p nx
Leaves at 7 a. va
ArriveBrow nsville . at 8 : 15 a. m
Brownsville. General Manage
W. F DENNETT .
Staple Fancy Groceries
. Cigars smoking and chewing
tobacco Fancy candies
cakes and crackers
Full line tin ware crockery Etc.
Washington - - - Street.
The Family Grocery
FOINT ISABEL TEXAS
Mrs Rosa Pel Manager
Full and fresh assortment
of table and fancy 'groceries
arriving by every boat.
Domestic and imported
canned goods cheese but-
ter crackers potatoes etc.
BICYCLE S UN D K I ES
Such as Bells Pumps "Never-
Leak" Repair Kits Etc. Etc.
Shop at my Residence.
And General Repairer is now realy
to repair and upholster furniture
Levee and 11th. streets.
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