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The daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, August 04, 1892, Image 1

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frauds Richard Luhboele
ExGovernor Xubbock has been
in Texas nearly ever fiince there
wl8 a Texas and is closely
identified with the stated Mii story
Tie wasborn in South Carolina in
iS5 but came to Texas dnJiis
twentieth year His first public
iervice was as clerk of the house of
representatives at Houston in
183J and at the next fseesion jjqf
he republics cdagrjessSJ Je f was
q chief elerk Letter Presi
deDt Houston nxade Jiimeumptrol
ler but ho soon left thisoffice to
lake command of a force sent
hostile Indians 7
against the f
At the Demograticcoiiventi6riitt
Waco in I57 lie was nominated
jor lieutenant governor and elected
Id 1591 he was elected governor
and extended every aidinjJjis
power to the Confederacy sending
3000 men to the front duiing Ilia
term Be declined a reelection
Jopactive service land was made
assistant a djant ge neral toGeneral
Mafruder He was afterwards as
signed to General John A Whar
ton and commanded the cavalry in
the transMississippi department
While here President Jefferson
Davis tendered him a position on
Ills staff and lie became one of the
presidents elosos friends and as
sociates He remained with bis
fhief to the last and whew the final
jutot that sad drama w e enacted
the capture and imprisonment of
Davi Lubbock shared
IU3 mi
iirisonmcut a dwa s kept in Fort
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Ddaware until ihe end of JSG5
After the war bo was elected
state treasurer in 1STS and was ie
cleeted eMcce sively unfiljl89p c
So faithfully and long baa Gov
irnbr Lubbock served < lijs people
tliathis fronds are wont to apeak
ofJiini asTlithe ancientfmariner
Small of stature compactly btrlt
and a glowing and magiuItijuspealcK
rlioliH8beeiias powerful in
politics as he is personally popular
imd is uever at his best exeept
whyn pouring hot shot into the
tiieniiesot the mndold Democra
tic party in the lurid glare of
campaing torchlights Houston
Peat
f = i
jllysterjous Letter i
Ne wJQflens 1 La July MJ
Chief of Police Gaster yesterday
received a letter from what is sup
pojed to be the Mafia The letter
was enclosed in an old envelope
with a skull and crosabones on it
It was sent from the NewrOrleanB
postbffieeand an air of mystery
hangs about it The writer is not
known bu investigation will be sat
on foot to find him and matters
ill bepnshed until ne is discovered
flic letter reads as t Jollowii T
Chief of Poiice Gaster Sir We
wefn our possession Judge Marr
Wjirjetiverihim in your bauds Tor
V wjINiberatehim for 10G >
wtf wilTseiid yon his old dp heftjort
1Jci aa found on Ins pereonp bit
ynitid fo ne ad eak
tinantlioized by you his body will
° e riddled with shot andrtheneenT
J11 for a presentfJ3iifi none5Xfe
miiit reach us before twenty aaysl gubscribe for tho Herald
unless you will have his right ear
For further information address
general delivery postotfice Chicago
St Louis or New Orleans Re
spectfully P J NrjTNKZ
rlt will be nemembere that Judge
Mar r of the criminal district eonrfc
this city mysteriously disappeared
last April He was old and feeble
and wasjast seen walking along the
levee The impression of his
friends was that he had fallen into
the river and drowned aud that im
pression still prevails
Women Ik Restaurants
Is there man living that would
dare walk out of a restaurant with
out fearing the magnificent crea
ture who has done him the honor
towait upon him No matter if
of ad economic turn of mind he
has ordered sonp with bieud and
butter thrown in aud his check
only calls lor 25 cents a dime wil1
be found where the waiter ha3
learned to look for it and he would
no more dare take up his coat and
hat and saunter out without this
little ceremony than to btep on tha
amiable little creature the taran
tula
But women areUiffererit Watch
them at their meal They are pro
bably indulging in strawberry
shortcake chicken salad ice cream
and cups of chocolate with great
heapednp mountains of whipped
cream on tup The waiter is in
cou6tanti requisition a serviette
has fellanlieie spooia are wanted
there and he ha omitted the
powdered sugar Will he try and
get French bread They do not
care tor Uhe kind on the table
Bring clean plates pldase now tor
theftfl > cfjbowh5 and when they
rise and the obsequious creature
harfda theWiiubrellas purses
boundles iiud jacket what do they
d asksnlie Philadelphia Times
Smile say thank you take their
check and leave a blank behind
them that they ignore with amiable
audocity
A man on the other hand goes
without a napkin altogether accepts
crumbs on the cloth as part of the
menu takes wlmt is set before hiu
and 1glad to get it and feels in
dufy bound to reward Ithe wai
fornlie privilege of J beingnllow
to live
ter
< Mfroitth SetTerers
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Houston Post
Brownsville Tex July 31
Special Regarding the drouth
sufferers the central relief commit
tee has authorized yor correspon
dent to say that in view of the con
flicting reports they have issued
a circular letter to prominent cit
izen throughout Cameron coupty
toreport the actual condition i > nd
whataid is required Men on
hbrscback will deliver thesejetters
tdljiose tjjio cannot be = reached
thronghthe usual channels These
men bn theti return will biingfull
and reliable reports The local
contributions will enable the com
nrittetb sunlVr immediate wants
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CARDS
E n Goodhics
NO I KLEIBER
VICTORIA
enth Street
BROWNSVILLE
A
BEOWHSyiLLE TEXAS THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 4 1892 FOUR PAGES
C H Mabis
p OOPBICH MARIS
ATTORNE YSATL A W
DEALER3 IN REAL ESTATE
Complete Abatacta of Cameron
County Kept In The Office
BROWNS YILLE
J
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ATTORNEYATLAW
Office over First National Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will praetiee in any of the
courts of the State when specially
employed
VVT H MASON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Corner Levee and Elev
TEXAS
S THURMOND
ATTORNEY AT LAW
r
and General Land Agent
TEXAS
J R Moscoc A O Stebne
MONROE STERNE
Attorneys at Law
RIO GRANDE CITY TEX
flRST HIMH m
0 OF o
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
CAPITAI 50000
G M Raphael Wm Kelly
President VicePres
J D Anderson Cashier
Directors
G M Raohael Wm Kelly y
Robert Dalzcll M B Kingsbury
Emile Kleiber J D Anderson
Collections on all points promptly
made and re nitted Bills of exchange
drawn direct on all principal cities
throughout the wodd
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Published daily except
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