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The daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, August 29, 1892, Image 3

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UTILE WALS
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Electric lemonade afc Mike
jibj saloon
GotoMflfora et Bame
eirdi or billards
Undwoker and Pale Lager eor
itCelwtJn Jagous k
Jl you want a cool glaES of beer
ploMe Leahys
KeporJsfrom Fort Ringgold to
fy st nuon says the river is at
jsUnd
Jresh little Joker and Pakes
Hiitnre received by every steamer
ACdestlp J gous
Steamboat JieEsie reachedEdin
fcrgatuoon today on her down
The celebrated Key West Cigars
jk de Stella Flor do MaurietR
udotber brands at Celestin JagoHs
Ji Mary Dougjass returned
after
btntlie Point Saturday quite
leiIiy vibit to her auqt
Fresh Sonr Krant three ponnda
rl2centeat Culeatin THgous
Mrs A 4 Browne accompanied
< r sisters thu Misips PaJzuU8 tp
iePoint this afternoon
Mr ictor J3tbrco left on the
B M rnilnad for Rio Grande
iStj He expeta to be goue only
few days
Mr A Dillard ft prominent
fcekinijn from Hidalgo is in the
i for a few days Mr Dillard
ire proud to state is a strong
J ik jnan
flon Jas B Wells cajro up
m Point Isabel last evening but
tamed today We regret to learn
6 one of hia children is quite ill
itthe Point
White Bock Mineral Water
lite Jloek Ginger Ale White
kk Phosphate WhiteRock Sara
ftfilla Tonic the most delicious
siraerdrjnkis at Celestin J4gou
V
MessersL Dreyfuss Sam Bel
anj Herbert Sherwood lpft
Cdle e Station where they go
p attend the A M coHege
w Btiiden enters on his second
h attendance while this is the
tayerof the others matircula
Ifci
i Wren chairman pf tfce <
oblicaq e ecutife pommillo of
UthcoDgresskaiaf district has
a call fqjr a convention of
blfcans of said district to meet
Bwvilte Dn the 16th day of Sep
W to nominate a cantlidate for
e for said district
i = 8ea Mamie and nlie Daleli
May on the steamship Mpr
i for Nazareth Ky at which
Jj Miss Mamie will attend
J Uthe coming session Jliss
W accompanied her sister on a
Nazareth for the wiqter
Jty ill bo both be sadly missed
7 WJKnsville society h is winter
to following paasengers went
IrM sister Mr I A Rcnssett
fed Combe Mr M B Kings
Jr Joe
lerand
Pntegnat Ir Bob
ddieWegaat
Tm RED CpSS
JftrJ IfJorlan Agent TalHs
To a Herald Man
Mr J H Morlan who has been
iq he city several days as agent
for the American National Red
Cross for the purpose of inveatigat
ing he condition ol the poor of
thiscounty left this afternoon for
Point Isabel where ha will talfe
the steamer tor Galveston Mr
Morlan goes to his home in Fair
field III for a few days rest and
from there to Washington D G
where the Red Cross has its head
quarters
The Herald reporter called on
Mr MorIan at his rooms at Mm
Douglas where he baa been cos
fined by illness during the greater
part of his stay here
The reporter asked him what h
thought of the appeal for aid which
had been sent to the Red Cross
headquarters which was the occa <
sion of his visit to Brownsville
In reply Mr Morian said
Wejl when the appeal was
shown to me in Washington I
thought if such destitution existed
ii Cameron couuty that the btate
of Tejfas should have taken steps
to relieve it but J was ordered here
to investigate the matter and if I
found the people starving was to
telegraph ior immediate relief
The reporter then asked Have
yon found fjju condition of our
people to bo asrepresented in that
appeal
No sir said he have not
While 1 have not umdo a thorough
personal investigation yet I am
satisfied irom what I have learned
that there was no need of publish
ing the appeal I have visited
seyeral ranches with from six to
eight families on each ranch and
out of these I found two or three
cases of destitution One of these
was an aged woman with several
children who ha d no man to work
for them J
Did you ask any if they were
receiving aid from the Indies Aid
society
Yes bat all of them replied in
the negative except one old man
who admitted that he wmb receiviug
ai4 On attendmgfche distribution
oi supplies by the ladies on Satur
day however I recognized a num
ber pf thfiMi Who had denied that
they were receiving aid
Can you say what report of
Cameron countys condition you
will ronder asked the reporter
I Ehlisay that I have found
some want here and many in need
pf assistance but believe the people
are able to supply them However
if there should bo a total failure ot
crops in this county this fall there
will undoubtedly be much suffering
and need of outside assistance
iiSball you donate anything for
the benefit of those who are in need
of aid
shall leave with the Ladies
Aid Society a check for 200 and
upop my arrival Ht Washington
will order sept some old clothing
we hae on hapd I ehall also
suggest that two carloads of flour
be sent Jiere if it has not been sent
flood sufferers in the
to the negro
Mississippi valley
Mr Moyjansa s he thinks we
haye a ne country mdf that it has
a bright fiituro beforTit He pays
Stojik Jooking well a nd grass
springing up On saying goodbye
be ade THE Heea p man ha ppj
by ordering the paper sent to his
address
Note Since the above was put
in type we learn from Mr Morlan
that he ia jn receipt of a letter from
Mrs Clara Barton president of the
Red Cro3s saying most of the floor
on hand has been sent to the negro
flood sufferers hut something less
than a carload has already betn
ordered here
a
A Chance To Hear ThePhon
ograph
Mr J L Futegnat has made
arrangement with Mr Cnmmipgs
to have the Phonograph exhibited
at his Drug Store on Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday of this
week from C to 10 p m In order
that everybody can get a chance to
Jiear this most wonderful talking
machine the charges for admission
have been put at the lowest possi
ble fignres For ten cents yon may
hear three pieces and a quarter will
entite you to eight Mr Cuni
mings has a fine assortment of
musical selections played by the
best bands in the country songs and
sermons and better than all three
or four of the Brady records Go
and hear how Brady administers
justice as a police jndge and then
ask for his election speech Some
of our numerous candidates might
got pointers if they take in the
phonograph
Laxity Qf jOaraerQi s Officials
The following article from a
correspondent of the Alice Report
er seems like a decided accusation
against Cameron ooivtys ofneials
for laxity ia searching out the
murderers of the late Sheriff Brito
and in one sentence hints at even
worse Jn that it eulogises a brave
man we commend it bin such
hints at oftieial laxity corruption
or even worEft should nob be made
ex3ept ou tho surest grounds Ae
the editor of The Aerald is com
paratively a stranger in the com
inntnty he is scarcely prepared to
answer the impliei chaigcs That
task should devolve upon some one
hetler fitted to perform it Here is
the article in question Yesterday
the news spread through the lips of
Several citizens Capt Brito that
fearleEs prudeut sheriff of Cam
eron connty had met his death at
the hands of cold blooded murder
ers For some time past hia life
has been in danger and as politics
was again getting ripe the horrible
deed has been committed The
democratic party loses a faithful
soldier the Masonic fraternity a
true Brother and his heart broken
widow a kiud husband his daugh
ters and 6ous a dear father
Brito has gone and Cameron
couny will miss bis valuable ser
vices Whenever there was danger
to its inhabitants or their property
Brito was always ready day or
night hot or cold to bring all law
breaking desper does behind the
iron bars
Are you citizens of Cameron
county going to permit that cold
blooded murder to be unsifted Ah
many of you know who is at the
bottom of this poor mais death
Ye brother Masons search for the
cold blooded murderers of your
Brother bring them before the bars
of justice
What security can the citizens of
Cameron couuty expect for their
lives if assassins are permited to go
unpunished Meditate seriously
over this vital matter The name
of Brito will long be remembered
in the 6tate of Texas A valuable
officer ot the law has gone
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