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THE DAILY HERALD.
esse O. Wheeler, Ed. an Prop. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1902. THE FKJTAR QUESTION. May Causr; Catholic to Tnrn Against tin Administration. ABOUT TOWN Be -Set Air. Snhualla's new ad. has some fiur lints f tr smp. The wind and dust today Jmv bfrii-nnyiliimr but pleasant. Dr. Thorn's new bntldinir on KliZtibeth street is nearly complet ed. The house belonging to AfVuit tonet on Levee and 9ih. . street is beiug reuovated. The town boys are going to prac tise baseball at the park in the.rear of the public school. A large stag was found dead m one of the outer pastures recently, being supposed to have died of starvation. The country between here and Alice is reported as neediog rain Cattle are beginning to .show the effects of drouth. The schoouer Beucham came iu side the pass at Brazos Santiago today, having been unable to light er any of her cargo outside. People are looking for dwellings to rent in Hrowusville, and none are to be had. Why don't our wealthy property owners build some? Died, in Matamoros, Mexico, last ufght, Margarito Cantu. De ceased was a prominent citizen of Matamoros, being a wealthy stock and ranch owner. C. Lindsay and wife, who lately "Washington, D . C Many per sons here believe that the friar lands question wiM b precipitated into the coming pohm-ai eimpHign nv the insistence or lui tiv- ermnent that the Vatican otdfi tlte withdrawal of ail Hpmiish tiiars from their pun.-lie-. Governor Tat: npprer.itted ilie po.lile elT:t. whmh ihe Adiidnis trallon's nltilude might s have on the Catholics in this eon ii try, for in a report to Secretary Root he wrote: "It is unfortunate tint the pub lic should clothe the settlement of an issue, purely legal, with polici al significance when it oiihtnor o have one." At the same lime he insisted that lhoe charged .wih"' .setting the controversy could only pursue one path, "and that is (he path of legal right as I hey see it." A mass meeting ot i athoiics was held in Grand Rapids, Mich , a few das ago, to proteM. against I he government forcing the trials out of the Philippines All I he t.'ath olic clergy, including Biship Ricl - tr, attended, and re.-oiulions were adopted asserting thai ihe friar were maligned and protesting "against the wrongs and unjust acts perperlrated against our fellow Catholics in the Philip pines." Should the Pope finally decline to order the friars out of the Phil ippines it is felt by many here that sympathy would be created for the orders in this country, even Texas Notes. A lineman at Deriisou was in stantly killed Tuesday by catching hold of a live wire. A rice farmer and two' mules were killed by lightning near Vic toria Tuesday. A .Mexican and pair, of mules were killed Uv lightning th- nme'driV: near S-in Mntvosf; A Smuht'm Pacific passenger train ran into a washout near El r'i-"o. ano ' n eoiorefl jmrter was killed Th" A iilit.iier-lueli hrewii ti a-soiM"iii mi ill fivir it it fi'iiu moils ice making ati-l cnM- storage plant at Dallas, to est $400,000. A good vein of coal has been struck in Hill eountv. Houston will have a new city marlcHi, ensr. 100,000. I'he first bale of Texas' new crop of cot Ton old in New Orleans ,Moj- dav at 94 ctMits aUKiiMid. Dallas will rrbuild (he burned fair bnil'lmgs on a .larger and COStller seal-. --e Run your eye ovef your reflected face in your truthful mirror Is it 'such as Nature gaye you in color and smoothness iSf i! HeI m I arrived at their newly-purchased j ,f thc Catholics are not arrayed in ranch near here, were in town t- liotile attitude toward . the Ad day doing tome shopping. Mr. ! mi'nlljtratiou. Lindsay, whom the editoP had the pleasure of meeting, says that lie had expected to come to live in town, but could not find a suitable dwelling for rent. says he may coucfude to buy a lot in town aud build a residence. t--e PURELY PERSONAL John Houghland, FrancisShanks and Frank Reynolds of the Bruzos Santiago life saving station came! up on the morning traiu. Governor Taft is strongly op posed to the retention of the friars in ths islands, lie has said of them : "The feeling of hatred for the friars is well nigh universal and permeates all classes. We are con vinced that a return of the friars to their parishes will lead to law less violence aud murder, and that the people will charge the course taken to the American Government, thus turning against it the resent- Mrs. J. Thornham, Miss Irene ment telt toward the friars." Pntegnat, Edwin Wood house, ! According ,to Governor Taft it Louis Brulay, Frank Rabb and would make uo difference if the George More were passeugers to ; friars weut back under American the Point last evening. rule. It would have the same effect -upon the people, he says, as Gen eral Weyler's return to Cuba un der an American commission would have had ou the Gubaus. LAND FOR SALE. GO, 000 Acres of Rice aud Sugar land in liidalgo county, for sale, prices ranging from $L00 to $2.50 per acre. ' For particulars write. John Closner, Hidalgo, Texas. Mesdames Terry, Woodhouse, Havre, Hord, Stowe, Misses Nellie Kimball, Irene Pntegnat, Pamela Belden, Hattie Case, L. Garriga, L. Laroche, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ce laya, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kowaiski and children, Dr. H. K. Loew, Messrs. F. B. Armstrong, Joe Wells, Geo. More, Johu A lamia, Antonio de la Reca, and V. Simo were arrivals from the coast this morning. Late Items. Another severe earthquake did much damage at Kingstown, St. Vincent Island, Monday night. The people fled in their night clothes, remaiuiug in the streets till, daylight. The great coal strike has cost $55,G00,000 iu ten weeks. Gen. Garcia Velei, son .of the late Gen. Calixto Garcia, has been appointed Cuban minister to Mex ico. The U. S. hydrographic office at New Orleans reports a depth of only 25 fathoms of water in the Gulf of Mexico near the mouth of the Mississippi, where former surveys showed 60 fathoms. Recent volcauic upheavals are supposed by some to have caused it. New York quick lunch proprie tors have decided to raise the' price of beef and beans .and also . bain and beans from 10 cents to 15 cents. TRAVELING ACCORD ING TO SIZE In order to obviate the frequent disputes as to the ages of children, the steamboat authorities in Swit zerland have decided that in every case where doubt arises the child must be measured. All children under two feet are to have free passage and those between two feet and four feet ars to pay half fare. List of Letters. The uncalled for letters remaining in the post office of Brownsville, for the week ending Jul' 20, 1902, are as fol lows : ' ' LADIES. Agnirre, Sra. Refngia Cavazos, Sra. Lnisa V. Flores, Sra. Cesaria Garza, Sra. Refugia Martinez, Sra. Gregoria Pereida, Sra. Rafaela Ramirez, Mrs. Santos B. de Rodriguez, Sra. Virginia Torres, Sra. Maria Garza, Sra. Jesusa. GENTLEMEN. Cardenas, Sr. Cipriani) Escobedo, Sr. Francisco Keruole, Mr. H.' Lopez, Sr. Bernardo Munoz, Sr. Aurelio Maxey, Mr. J. S. Millir, Sr. Jacobo Parker, Mr. J. N. , : Ruriebum, Gabieno Reyna, Sr. Simon Sagario, Mr. Joe Yzaguirre, Sr. Jesus Persons calling for the above letters please say advertised. J. B. Suarpe, Postmaster How's Tins? "We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P.J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. "We the undersighed, have known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hiin perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists Toledo O. Waldixg, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts direrctly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 0 House For Rent. A large two-story brick house on Elizabeth street, opposite First Na tional bank, suitable for mercan tile business for rent. Has a good underground cistern. For partic ulars apply to Louis Puente, or Heury Krausse. or "have freckles, sunburn, tan, sallowness, etc., J clouded its former fieshtinted transparency? f If so, apply Hawaii's Magnolia Balm and redeem Nature's gift. Delightfully refresh- , j. ing, and entirely free from all injurious elements. It gives a complexion that makes a lady look . years younger. U 5Yi Ifc is a LIQUID, easily applied and sold by druggists at 75c R.H. WALL IS. . PHOTOGRAPHER, s intrcducing new and select stylrt of work at his parlors. Also new stvl fancy card mounts. Copying- and enlargements in -rayon Tihe FamMy Grocery, POINT ISABEL TEXAS, Miss Atosa Pallet Manas -or - SS2S ITalland fresh assortmer of table and fancy groceries' arriving by every boat. Domestic and imported, canned goods, cheese, but ter, crackers, potatoes, etc. ics fo1 9 W. F DEKNETT Staple- Fancy Groceries Cigars, smoking and chewing tobacco, Fancy candies, calces and era ckers, Pull line tin ware, croc kery, Etc. Washington - - - Street. BARREDA PROPERTY FOR RENT. i two-story brick building, fronting 75 feet on Elizabeth street, in the center of the business portion of the city, suit able for any kind cf mercantile busi ness. Building has cellar, underground cistern and large yard. This property will be fitted to suit lessor. Also tor rent 12,000 acres of land in Cameron County, most all under good fence, fronting on the Rio Grande, besides windmills on back portions, and also several improved farms on the and. Will lease in quantities to suit and long time leases preferred, ""or full particulars write to CELESTINO P. BARREDA. Br o wnsville, Texas Bicycle Repairer AND DEALERHf B I GY CLE S UN DEI ES Leopard Braed . - Hats Will give you a stylish air; they fit perfectly. Sahualla Company. NICOLAS SANCHEZ ALANIS Watchmaker and Jeweler, Beprs to iuform tlie public in genernl and his old customers es pecially that he has moved to the cornet of Madison and Twelfth Street, fronting the County jail,where he is nw better pre paired to do all kinds of gold aud silver work, repair lire anus, sewing machines, etc. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. he Kind You Havo Always BoEgkf DUVAL WEST is ATTONY AT JLAW. San A. n toui-oT cx FRENCH BUILDING, itAKI PLAZA. -Will practice in the federal and state i courts. Land titles examine ;d. Such as Bells, Pumps, "Never- Leal,'1 Repair Kits, Etc., Etc. Shop at my Residence. Cot W i i OldFurniture MADE NEW, . JOSEPH KUCK, CablnetMaker General Repairer is now realy to repair and upholster furniture Levee aud 11th. streets. h lie N ew bchoone Composed of the Schooners, Brazos, Beachm and Pierce Simpson. mmm PLY USTG BETWEEN mm NEW YORK, NEV v nRI FAH8,.GUVFnT0N BRA- Bears the Signature cf 7f)R SANTIAGO Rates from Galou to Brownsville 25 off old Morgan -Line rates; rates 2fcw Orleans to Br ovrisnlle '2H onroia Tot freight spac e-artd other information apply to tphttttp 7. rm mrJT.RJCT..rrewOrleaivsi k FRANK Z. BZK, Galveston, Texas, c )(0R)( GEORG-E M( )M AGent and General Manager