THE DAILY HERALD.
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1902.
A BOOT TOWN.
Another good rain tell here this
Ihree discharged soldiers left
on the stage this inorutug.
Lieut. Waterman has been on
the sick litt for several days at the
A heavy rain wafe reported at
Point Isabel this morning, but
none fell at np-river points.
The steamship Manten arrived
off the bar at Brazos yesterday at
4 p. in. Up to 3:30 this afternoou
she had not crossed the bar.
Passage on the stage from Alice
to Brownsville has been engaged
for seventeen recruits to come to
Fort Browu within the next few
Two of the soldiers from Port
Browu got into trouble at Santa
Cruz last night and received some
sevpre treatment. Their assailants
were arrested bv the Matamoros
The marriage of Dativo Sobrino
and Miss Rosa Guinea, whieh was
to have taken place in Matatnnrnn
last evening, did not occur, owing
to the Midden illness of the bride
elect, who was taken ill with fever
Lieut. A. P. Bacon, U. S. dental
surgeon, arrived. at Fort Brown by
last night's stage.
Sheriff Cloaner and son, John,
jr., returned to Hidalgo today,
after a short stay in town.
Miss Lucille Charapion,daughter
of Frank Champion, Ms visiting
her grandparents at Santa Maria.
Miss A. M. Leary is visiting
Mrs. George Brnlay at the lattei's
home on the Rio Grande sugar
plantation, and will upend 'some
Judge Wells, accompanied by
his secretaries, Frank Kibbe and
Harry Sinclair, returned today to
Hidalgo, where the judge is hav
ing some abstract work dpne.
John Scanlan went to Galveston
on the bark Specnlant, to visit his
wife and children, who have been
spending several weeks there, his
eldest daughter being in the hos
pital under treatment.
Mrs. A. Yznaga,- with her
daughter, Mrs. Juanita d? la Por
tilla of Matamoros, ieft about the
middle of the past week en route
to Saltillo, Mexico, to spend some
time at that delightful mountain j
resort. They expect to pay a
short visit also to relatives at
Duval West, Esq., came down
Saturday afternoon from Hidalgo,
where he is still engaged in some
legal work, spent Sunday with bis
Brownsville friends, and returned
to Hidalgo by this morning's
A. Dillard, the well known
Hidalgo county stockman, arrivvd
here Saturday night. Mr. DilUid
spent yesterday at the Villa Nuevu
enjoying the sight of the big en
gines at the pump house forcing
He was so
Death of Don Jose Simo.
water into the canal
delighted With it, he says, he could
hardly tear himself away.
Accident to Laredo Lady.
The Laredo Times of last Thurs
"Mrs. A. Gutierrez Pena was so
unfortunate as to fall down aflight
of stairs night before last aud in
consequence is confined to her bed.
Fortunately no bones were broken,
but she broke several teeth and was
badly bruised up."
Accidentally Killed By n Full From pRETTY COSTUME FOR GIRLS
School r Rigging. FAGOTTI NG THE STYLISH
, , TRIMMING.
Jose bimo y Bagur, a well known
resident of this place, was accident-. , ; e
allv killed last nWn, P,i Isa-'
h.i h o fdii f..n ...r i.f open work stitching f whatever
the schooner Pierce Simpson. The kind, fairly runs riot on the gowns
accident occurred about two o'clock for Mimmer wear, and a very dain
a. m. Mr. Simo, who has b" tv finish it is. w,en properly ex
h HfflintH1 Irtfplv with stliaht I " .. ...
wuuuering u me ortuu, whik-j
k1 from his home at the Point j A charming frock worn at h rectnt
down to the schoouer which was girl school graduation showed this
anchored at ihe wharf, mid climbed pretty stitching whercvei mi insert-
lii to tile tigging without being ob-(
serven. ine men on tue mmi were ,
awakened by the noise of his fallj
on the deck He was dead when I
they reached him, haying tstrnck
on the htad. His body wa- taken
ashore and the family notified of
the fatal and shocking accident.
The deceased was native of the
Spanish island of Minorca, being
G94yearsJold.He came to this couu-.
try a good many years ago, settling
in Brownsville, being engaged in
the mercantile business both here j
aud at Point Isabel, where he had
a branch stor. He leaves a wife
aud four.childreu, the. eldest being
Vicente Simo, a young man ag-d
about twenty, bet-ides other near
relatives here, aud several broth-,
ers aud sisters in Spain. He wa-l
a member in good standing of the'
Spanish Society of Bnwnvilp.
The bereaved family have ihe deep
sympathy of the eutre community!
in their sad bereavement.
The funeral uill 'ake place this
afternoon at' Point IsHbel, at half
past sis o'clock, beiuy conducted
under the auspices of the Spanish
Thi University of Texas.
Wm. D. Prather, LL. D. Pres.
One hundred aud twelve in
structors aud officers, more than
1100 students, not including 191
Summer studeuts. Woraeu admit
ted to all departments. TUTION
FREE. Total expenses $150 to
Students from approved colleges
admitted without examination, and
givpu credit for work completed.
Session begins September 29 j
entrance examinations, September
25 to 27; matriculation fee $10;
lbO courses of study; university
Young Men's Christian associa
tion. Young Women's Christian
Association; gymnasiums, aud
gymnasium instructors tor men
and womeu ; athletic field. Teaoh
ers' courses lead to permauent
State teachers' certificate.
Session begins September 29.
Entrance examinations as above ;
matricnlatiou fee $10; uo tutiou;
full courses leading to the degrees
of civil, electrical and mining
Session begins September 29;
entrance examinations as above;
matriculatiou fee, payable once,
$30. A two years' course leads to
the degree of bachelor of laws,
and entitles to all State courts.
Law students may pursue academic
courses without charges.
(Located at Galveston) Four
vearti' course ; faculty of 22 in
structors; school f pharmacy;'
sch.iol for nursing (for. women) ;
matriculation fee, payable once,
$30. Complete equipment in
preceding week. Address Dr. Al
len J. Smith, Dean, Galveston.
For catalogue of any department
or for information, address John
A. Lomax, Registrar, Austin, Tex
your eye over
your reflected face in your truthful mirror. Is It
' such as Nature gave you in color and smoothness u
ing was to be let into the crepe de
chine of which the frock was com
posed. This design is not very
ornate, but of an elegant simpli
city. The skirt has the prevalent
panel effect the latter being entire
ly uutrimmed, The fullness is
lightly gathered at the belt, and
the edge bordered by three rows of
Valenciennes inserting, mounted
with briar stitching in, pale blue
Corticelli embroidery silk. The
blouse shows a vest effpct, the con
tinuation of the skirt pmel. The
sailor collar was composed of Val
encienues inserting, aud bias folds
of pale blue tiiffeta, joined by fagot-
ting iu blue silk. The hat which
completed this costume was of
pale blue chiffon with ostrich tips
of the same shade.
Iu this city, Sunday afternoon,
Tomas Leal, aged 37 years?, after a
lout; illness. Deceased was a well
kuown bar-tender, having been fo
many yeais in the employ of flie
International saloon, and was fam
iliarly knowu to its -patrons as
"Tom." fie was a member of the
Mexican Knights of Honor lodge,
No. 1, of this place, and was buried
with houors by the lodge. His
funeral took place this morning.
The county convention of Nueces
county democrats, held at Corpus
fChristi June 28, adopted the fol
lowing resolution :
We record and appreciate the un
tiring labors and material services
to the national, state and local De
mocracy for moiH than twenty
I'MHrs lit' .111. lies H. Weils. Hlld We
rtiii-;, . . ;. ,
(Li hth mir HYi-ctiiiir (ritirmimi'H in
begins October. , ., . . , 1C ,
, 1 ins atomy, integrity mm uuseiucm
examiiiHtions the. t
or have freckles, sunburn, tan, saltowness, etc., ,
'cioudeg its former flesh-tinted transparency?
If so, apply
Hagan's Magnolia Balm
and redeem Nature's gift. Delightfully refresh
ing, and entirely free from all injurious elements.
It gives a complexion that makes a lady look-
, It Is a LIQUID, eaHy applied and Hold by drufffbt at
FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
toothing, with perfect success. It
teethes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pain; cures mud colic and it is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme-
diateto. Sold by Dmggjstsin every
part omthe world. Twenty -five cents a
bottle Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslos soothing Syrup," and take j
no other mind.
,f. A. OTTMANN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FRENCH BUILDING, MAIN PLAZA.
in the federal and state
Is at present in Brownsville and
is leady to fill any order for brick
work, plastering, or setting stones.
Has lime for sale.
Residence Cor. St. Charles and
9 th. Sts. Work Guaranteed.
'. am prepared to make
snits and clean
Clothes on short
The Family Grocery,
BO INT ISABEL, TEXAS,
Mrs Rosa Pellat, Manager
Poll and frenh assortment
of table and fancy groceries
arriving by every boat.
Domestic and imported
canned goods, cheese, but
; ter, crackers, potatoes, etc.
Shop. Opposite Thielen Bakery.
Such as Bells, Bumps, y Never-
Leak," Repair Kits, Etc., Etc.
Shop at my Residence.
Meals the Choicest
To Be Obtained
On the market. . . .
A Thre Story Brick
20 Nicely Furnished Rooma.
On Principal JBnsinese Street.
Roasduable Rates i
& P. Urior,
, ' ' PROP.
BrowrtsviUe y. Tex.
: Sparajms Fills care all kldMT Ills. Svm t
li Sterliwc Reaedx Co-CWffo or I
The Fine and Fast Sailing Steamer Manteo,
is appointed to leave Galveston tor BrowHSvilla every Sunday at 6 a.
m.f and Brownsville for Galveston every Wednesday at noon, carrying
freight and passengers (cabin and deck)
The marine insurance rate on cargo from Galveston td Brownsville
will be of one per cent. Instrnotions to ininre and valna to be
insured, endorsed on bills of lading,.will be all that is necessary to
have owners7 goad covered.
For passage and reiht apply to
RIO GRANDE RAILROAD COMPANY; Agents,
E. 0 FLOOD, Agent, Galveston, Texas.
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