Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 419, Ed. 1, Monday, April 11, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAIlA HERALD
MONDAY APRIL 11 1904.
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Shipment Shipment r
The train with passengers from
the steamer will be up this eveninjr.
I Watch Stolen Sunday Morning. Recovered
In Matamoros .and Thieves Arrested
Early Sunday morning J.
Puttte who is a visitor here
The schooner Beacham was still Fort Scott. Ark. while at a down 1 1
outside the bar at Brazos Santiago town saloon was robbed of his
.this afternoon early. ! watch having left his vest hanging
Bennavente's barbershop is nowjuP with the watch in it. Suspicion
in Parker Row on 12th. st. Call rested on two soldiers who had
there for the best shave and hair
We are showing a very attractive
line of straw hats for your little
.girl or boy. Mrs. H. Bollack
It is learned with regret that the
..little son Mr. and Mrs. Lon C
Hill is again quite ill having grown
worse again yesterday
The steamer was sighted off Bra
zos Santiago at half past one this
.afternoon. It is probable that the
oasseneers mav be taken off this
The steamship Manteo sailed
from Galveston for Brazos Santiago
lastniirhtat twelve o'clock. She
brines 276 tons of freight and
It is learned from the Laredo
Times tliat Judge J. R. Monroe
-who was seriously ill with pneumo
nia at Laredo has recovered and
returned to his home at Rio Grande
A solemn requiem mass for the
soul of the late Mrs. Refugio Gal-
van de Garza mother of Manuel
.nnd Adolfo Garza of this city was
held this morning at the Catholic
church. Numerous invitations were
.sent out and a large number at-
tended the mass.
The juvenile portion of Browns-
A'ille's population has been disap-
pointed the past two days at the
failure of the hobby horses to get
into running order. However
the managers have promised posi-
tively to have them read' and in
operation by this aftenioou
The officers and
post are anticipating a visit from
some of the officers and ladies of
Fort Ringgold and a series of
entertainments is being planned for
the occasion. The Ringgold party
will arrive April 21st A cotillion
avill be the leading event during
Baseball is a favorite diversion
of the boys at the post and there
nre some excellent players among
them. A match game plaped Sat-
urday afternoon between ..team? re-
-roaiiltml in ?..A- V the It
scorc being 25 to 9. Sunday after-
noon the town boys had another
try at crossing bats with the post
and put up an interesting game
hut had to yield the palm to the
soldiers who won by a score of 17
been in the place and had sudden-
ly disappeared. City Marshal Bates
was put on at once traced the men
to Matamoros and had them un-
der arrest there in short order.
He then appeared on the scene
after the arrest and very cleverly
appeared indignant at their arrest
saying he was sure they were
Meanwhile the watch had been
found at a pawn shop where the
men had gotten $18 on it. The
dealer was posted by Mr. Bates to
pretend that they were not the
ones who pawned the watch on
being confronted with the soldiers j
This he did and the prisoners
were released when Mr. Bates ad-1
vised them to come back to Browns-
ville as" the Matamoros authorities
might arrest them again. They
unsuspectingly came and on land-
ing at the ferry Mr. Bates arrested
them and took them to jail. He
recovered $9 of the money they
had gotten on the watch. The men
will have an examining trial to
Mr. Puette is rejoicing in the
possession of his watch once more.
Representing ffiorlenmann Sons
See the COMPLETE LINE OF
now on exhibition at John Darrousette's Restaurant. These
Instruments are direct from the factory and you can save from
Sixty to Seventy-Five Dollars on every purchase 5& A
Don't fail to hear the wonderful cTVlaestro the greatest auto-
matic piano player ever invented. zA cWusical Novelty"
IF YOU GET IT AT THE
See those beautiful samples of
wall-paper at L. Kowalski's office.
Reyes and Nunez paper hangers.
If you don't believe Barbee sells
the cheapest ask forprices.2-29-tf.
Don't fail to. read-THE Herald
want column. New ads. nearly
Servjees at Point Isabel Sunday
ladies of the " " " -r-
Fresh Malaga grapes oranges
and cabbages just received at Leo
The latest and most effective de-
signs in wall paper. Reyes and
Nunez at L. Kowolski's office. j
I wish to advise the public that
I will leave Brownsville on or be-
fore May 1 and desire hereby to j
thank my many customers fori
Companies aiid X j ;heir liberal patronage during the!
You Will Be Sure to Get the Best
A New Enterprise Conducted on the
COR. JEFFERSON & 12th St.
OPP. COURT HOUSE
Mr. and Mrs. Eulogio
visited the Point yesterday.
R. W. Hall a well known knight
of the grip from New Orleans ar-
rived Saturday afternoon via Ma-
tamoros. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Goodrich
and baby Miss Addie Goodrich
and Mr. Newman formed a party
of visitors at the Point yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Hicks and
children spent Saturday and Sun-
day in town returning last ' even-
inc to their home at San Benito
Consul and Mrs. Griffith Mrs.
C. Macmanus and Mrs. R. M.
Miller of Matamoros visited the
Point vesterdav. returning in the
H. J. Holman a commercial
tourist from Cuero Texas arrived
liere last eveninjr coming by rail
to the end of the Lott road track
lthe Robertson limited.
Dr. R. B. Stapleton of Hatties
burg Miss. was an arrival by j-es-
terdav's stage who comes with a
view of locating in Brownsville.
Dr. Stapleton is at the Miller.
John McAllen is still enjoying
country life at Santa Anita the
famous Youug-McAllen ranch in
Hidalgo countv. He will remain
there until the end of the month
An Elsctric Printing ArJpcrftt-Js.
Berlin will soon hve iti e". . j
distance pnnttng .'pparatus a j
idr.inct to th Ktcnhone. liwar ;
the contract w'ith the postofficc ..-
artmcnt of which the tc cnip
jiui telcphor-c system is a part. thv
Ferndrucker Company is able to es-
tablish a yjweial service for sub-
scribers in Berlin and :ts suburb
who can exchange communication
;n printed type by way of t"he man
eiegraph office. The apparatus i
similar to a typewriting- machhx.
ftcr connection :s made commu-
iication can be had by simply ma-
uputeting the machine like a type-
vnter: even if tlie addressee be ab-
ent the printing is done as if some
nc were at the instrument.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed....
Just opened a new and first-class Men's
and Boys' Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Store. I carry in stock the latest New
York styles in clothing and shoes and
men's furnishings at prices within the
reach of all. Call and see my stock of
goods. Any goods not satisfactory
money will be refunded.
. A. SPERO
Fahson Rrudder Baxter's got
cmc ijood pints; he "tends church
md c'tributes gen'rous to de sup-
oht ob de gospel. But he's got
ome woful bad habits too; he
'lays crap? an' fills hisself wif in-
tossicatm stimbulants. j
Deacon Dat's er fack. His good i
mrmlsions am done offset bv his '
Rose Shakespeare says that true
'ovc never thinks ill of its dear one.
Violet (engaged) Perhaps not;
out I notice that it is verv suspici
ous of its dear ones
"There comes our car. Let's go
over to the corner."
"Don't walk so fast. If the too-
torman sees we are not in a hurry
he is more likely to stop for us."
A well known oculist states that
forty men and three women to every
1000 persons are color blind.
Dealers in all kinds of Shelf Hardware
Wagons Buggies Plows Harvesters
Mowers and Rakes Oils Fire Arms
Ammunition and Harness.
In fact we sell everything in the
of one manufacture ever received in Brownsville was received
by us on this steamer consisting of the J. H. McLean Co.'s
goods 102 cases valued at $2015.
We are now prepared to sell to merchants at wholesale prices.
J. L. Putegnat & Bro.
Groceries at Wholesale Prices
I retail choice family groceries at reg
ular wholesale prices. Get my prices
on Flour Coffee Ride Lard Sugar
Fence Wire Vermiceli Crackers and
everything kept in a first class gro
Walter B Austin
tYAe Grizell Saloon
and BILLIARD PARLOR
finest tyuors (Blears
SOLE COGENT SAN cNTONIO XXX BEERj
PROMPTNESS o4ND LIBERALITY
Capital Stock $100000.00
John McAlIeiiJ-'jose CeUyi L T. Pryor
E. H. GOODRICH President
JOHN McALLEN Vice President Mfcuel Fernandez Jr.
J. G. FERNANDEZ Cashier EL H. Goodrich O.CSauderJ.G. Fernandez
Adrcrtisements nnder this heading
will be inserted at the rate of one
cent per word for first insertion and
one-half cent per word for each sub-
No advertisement accepted for less
than fifteen cents.
All prices in U. S- currency and
payable in advance
Villvrork"bythe day week month or by
Orders may be left at John AV. Hoyt's
NIEVES CaMERO & BRO.
Corner Twelfth & Washington St.
Machinest and Silversmith
Best Java blend coffee at Leo
FOR RENT FcaxisiiED Rooms. Apply to J.
Porter. Adams street. oppositE. II. Goodrich &
TO TRADE. A larce. haneinz lamp with
shade for standing lamps of equal value. Call at
The Herald office.
WANTED You to know that it will pay yon
to fisrurewith the Brownsville Transfer Company
before con trac tine larce quantities of freight or
FOR SALE Sixty nine sacks seed rice. Also
2S0 acres rice land. Apply to J. V. Adams. 3-30-tt.
FOR SALE A carpenter's work bench. Ap-
ply at 1Iekau office.
Reyes andXunez- paper hangers.
Samples can be seen at L.
KowalsH's office. 4-1-tf
WIDE VESTIBCLED EtECTRIC
LIGHTED TRAINS FROM
SAN ANTONIO DALLAS
AND FORT WORTH TO
AND THE NORTH ANDEAST
Choice of Routes via
Paris or Denison
Cars and Harvey
& all the way &
FORT WORTH TEX.
W.A.TULEY G. P. A.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 419, Ed. 1, Monday, April 11, 1904, newspaper, April 11, 1904; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146534/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .